The Brookville Democrat from Brookville, Indiana on June 29, 1899 · Page 8
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The Brookville Democrat from Brookville, Indiana · Page 8

Brookville, Indiana
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Thursday, June 29, 1899
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01 uxs vA aud S99. r"- 1 1 . T I . I i I can satisfy your wants in regard to your 'oo 'mount. handle only wheels with unquestionable reputations. f Such as: IV IVANMOh - $25- T 1VANHOE SPECIAL - - $35. S!v WAVERLEY - - $40. Ci CLEVELAND - - $35 to $75. I Also carry an unlimited supply of repairs and Bicycle (i sundries. Vulcanizing old tires a specialty. General ( repairing done up to the times. I also handle the j WHEELER & WILSON rotary motion, ball bearing Sewing Machine. tis Ed R Rockafellar, AN 10s Main St.. - - Brookville. Ind. LOCAL NEWS. Chas. A. Bishop, th undertaker. Bay your fancy shirt at Bosert & Federmanu's. 1 Fresh Jung beer always on tap at Chas. Burkhart's. I See J. H. "Masters before buying: your binder twine. ! See Joe Dudley before you sell j your Hogs, Cattle and Shep. William Brate, of Sharon, Ohio,' Is visiting hi sister, Mrs. Mary Evans. Grant Baker I home from Ann Arbor. Mich., to spend his summer vacation. Misses Mary and Huth O'Hair are Tisiting relatives and friends In Indianapolis. Will Cates has moved futo his new house, corner of Eleventh and Mill streets. The celebrated "Walter A. Wood" or "Plymouth" binder twine for ale by J. H. Masters. Lawn mowers repaired and sharp ened at reasonable rates at Ed. R. Rockafellar's. l'tf. The Tow-wow Promotion Committee nas secured Butler's Grove for the barbecne. Miss Vera C'ullins left last week on a visit to relatives and friends at Connersville and Linerty. Miss Mary Goodwin returned Thursday from a visit with Conners-ville relatives aud friends. William Hippard, ot Dayton. Ohio, spent last w eek here, the guest ot his brother, M. B. Hippard. Andrew Donogh, of Templeton's Creek, spent several days last week with Cincinnati relatives. A nearly new cider press, with a capacity of 20 barrels a day, will be sold at a bargain by Jos. Pudley. Mrs. E. O. Bryant, of Greensburg. was visiting relatives in this city and vicinity part of the past week. Smoked Bacon, 8c lb; California Hams, Sc lb; IS Bars Hoap for 2-e, for cash only at Allisou & Sou's, Metamora, Ind. Why pay 10c an ounce for Lemon and Vanilla Extracts, when a better article can bo bought for 5c at Citi-rens' Drug Store? County Sup't W. H. Senour was at Indianapolis two days last week attending a meeting of the County Sup'ts Association. Mrs. Maude Smolley left Saturday morning for Winona Lake to attend the annual meeting ef the Western Association of Writers which is being held at that place this week. Wanted to purchase, a good mare, tree from tricks, sound and well broke, 4 to 6 years old. Color bay, chestnut sorrel, or deep iron gray. C. Carter. Captain Burkhart completed the walls of the new paper mill building to the square yesterday, and the timbers for the roof trusses are be ing placed in position. A dancing picnic will be held at Keeler's Grove, l' miles south of Brookville, on Tuesday, July 4th Good music and plenty of refresh ments will be provided. A good time is guaranteed to all who attend St l ute F-He of Nelson whisky for sale at Phil Meyer's. Mouey to loan on good security. A I. KOEHLKR. Mis Mary Schuh is visiting her sister in Cincinnati. Custom made shirts at the Cincinnati Bargain Store. Fresh Jung beer always on tap at Chas. Burkhart's. Master John Conklin, of Cambridge City, was the guest of James Tappen's family last week. Miss Ethel Backhouse, of Connersville, spent Saturday with James Tappen's family. A four days' race meeting will be held at Richmond, Ind.. beginning Tuesday, July 4th. Mrs. Sig Steinharter.of Cincinnati, spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. I. A. Popper and family. A raspberry supper will be given at Asbury Chapel, Springfield township, Saturday evening, July 1st. Oreorge Rockafellar went to Dayton, Ohio, last Saturday to attend the wedding of an old chum. Dr. Charles Federmann and wife, of rtica, Ind., spent the latter part of last week here with relatives. A five-room house and lot for sale .llear title and abstract up to date. En. R. Rock afkli,ar. Charles M. James, who has been teaching at Mt. Carmel, left Friday for Arcadia. Hamilton county, to viit his parents. Money to loan on farm lands in amounts from VX to $5000, on first mortgage. Call at Linegar's Phar macy, Fairfield, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. McCrary, of Cincin nati, accompanied by their friend. Attorney Cochrane, spent Sunday with Ira Seal and family. John Seibel, at the Big Four Saloon, opposite the paper mill, has the best grade and largest assort-mentjof liquors In Brookville. Miss Mary Goodwin left Saturday morning for New York City and will leave there today (Thursday) for a month's tour through Europe. Mrs. E. M. Moyses and children, of Chicago, arrived here this week and will spend the summer at the residence of R. J. Cooley, south of town. Frank Masters and Ed Miller left Tuesday evening for Albert Lea. MInn where they will work In the interest of the McCormick Reaper Co., for the next four weeks. Pneumonia, la grippe, coughs colds, croup and whooping cough readily yield te One Minute Cough Cure. Use this remedy in time and save a doctor's bill or the under taker"?. King's Pharmacy. Mrs. Frank Wardwell Informs the Democrat that she and her husband consider Brookville one of the best towns on earth and hops to keep their laundry here In full operation for many years. Mr. P.Ketcham, of Pike Clty,Cal says: "During my brother's late sickness from sciatic rheumatism Chamberlain's Pain Balm was the only remedy that gave him any relief." Many others have testified to the prompt relief from pain which this liniment affords. For sale at King's Drug Store, Pure Harvard Rye at Chas. Seue-felds. Miss Bessie Buckley is home from college. Fresh Jung beer always on tap at Chas. Burkharfs. Mrs. W. D. Case spent yesterday in Cincinnati. For fine whiskies call on Chas Burkhart, 112 Main St. 22tf Mrs. Chas. Copeland Is vlsltiugat Losantville, Ind. Will Gall, of Elwood. is here on a visit to his parents. Bartell beer, made of pure barley and heps, on tap at Phil Meyer's. Call on Chas. Burkhart at 112 Main street for wines, lbjuors and cigars. For fine nobby shirts at low prices go to the Cincinnati Bargain Store. What is best? Belle of Nelson whisky, of coiTrse. For sale at Phil Meyer's. A fine line of Wines and Whiskies, also freh Beer always on tap at Chas. Senefeld's. Utf The New York Thf Ice-A-Week World and The Democrat, both one year for f 1.7, If In need of good whiskey for medicinal rurposes call on Chas. Burkhart 112 Main St. Ellis Martin and family, of Aurora, are visiting his parents, west of town. Miss Mabel Blake went to Mid-dletown, Ohio, Thursday to visit friends. It is rumored that several wed-diugs will take place at Fairfield in the near future. George Shepperd, millwright of the Midland paper mills went to Dayton, Ohio, Tuesday. Ezra Godwin and wife attended the funeral of the former's sister at Connersville Saturday. Mrs. Wm. Bergin and children went to Cincinnati yesterday morning on a week's visit to relatives. I buy all kinds of lumber and logs and pay highest market price in cash. Chas. A. Bishop. Misses Maggie Samonlel and Flora Gets left yesterday morring to visit friouds at Harrison and other points. The Big Four will make a rate of one fare for the round trip, good going on July 3 and 4; returning, good to July 5, Inclusive. Miss Fay Leeson, of Elwood, arrived in this city last Friday to spend the summer with Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Hubbard. Everett Balsley, of Lawrenceburg, came up Tuesday evening on his wheel on a short visit to his brother, H. E. Balsley. and family. Joseph KolhofT having retired from business respectfully requests all parties indebted to him to call at the tailor shop and settle. Jot Goar, the noted base ball pitcher of New Lisbon, Ind., came into town Tuesday morning to camp along our beautiful White Water. Isaac Coil, the butcher, will pay the highest market price for cattle He wants only first-class, smooth, young stock. He also buys pelts. Ktf. The date of Dr. J. A. Walls next visit to Brookville is Thursday, June th. He will be at the McFarlan Hotel, Connersville, Friday, July 7th. John Fulton, of near New Salem, formerly a resident of this county, was in this city on business last Friday and gave this office a pleasant call. Miss Queen Godwin, a sister of our fellow-townsman, Ezra Godwin, and formerly a resident of this city, died at her home In Connersville Thursday of last week of consumption, and was burled on Saturday. Charles Smith and Miss Blanche Berry were united in marriage at Anderson on Monday, June 19th. We understand that Mr. Smith will engageia the manufacture of cigars at some point In Kentucky. Mr. John Bevlns, editor of the Press, Anthon, Iowa, says: "I have used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in my family for fifteen years, nave recommended It to hundreds of others, and have never known it to fail in a single Instance. For sale at King's Drug Store. The Dillsboro correspondent of the Indianapolis News, under date of June 26th, sent the following to that paper: "Word has been re ceived that Daniel Batzner, Jr, formerly of Franklin connty, a few miles north of here, and who lately received a legacy ot $20,000 from a relative in Canada.has accumulated $100,000 by an Investment in sugar. Buy your fancy shirts at Bossert fe Ftdermann'a. 21t2 A fine line of Wines and Whiskies also fresh Beer always on tap at Chas. Senefeld's. Mrs. John Walton and babe, of Rushville, are here on a two weeks', visit to Samuel Walton and family. Frank and Joe Kalvelage, of Cincinnati, were the guests of the Misses Carrie and Anna Peters last Sunday. IMbs. granulated sngar for $100; pickle pork, 14 lbs. for $1.00, for cash only at L. Allison A Son's, Metamora, Ind. Miss Jennie Evans has returned home from a pleasant and extended visit among friends and relatives at Dayton and Hamilton, Ohio. Williard Stier came up from Aurora Saturday night and remained over Sunday with his wife who Is visiting relatives here. Special prices for this week: Granulated Sugar, 17 lbs for $1.00; Bacon, 8c. per lb. Sold for cash only by L. Allison A Son, Metamora, Ind What Brookville needs now is a public place where her citizens and visitors, on public days, may assemble. We need a campus or park, and we need it badly. Elmer Haner, who will be remembered as a very quiet boy when his father lived here, is in clover. He was here last week as the traveling representative of a' big Philadelphia carpet house, has a territory which he covers once a year, and receives a good salary. Will Dietz, with Baughman A Hennigh, is the champion rat catcher of Brookville. He objected to Burt's method of baiting traps, as not getting returns fast enough, and was given control of the matter. His first effort resulted In the coralling of twelve rodents In the first bunch. Saturday and Sunday, July lt and 2d, will be the occasion of the Fourth Quarterly meetingof Metamora Circuit. On Saturday at 10:00 a, in., FresidingEldcr Edwards will preach and hold quarterly conference. Sundar morning Rev. J. L. Brown, of Laurel, will preach, sermon followed by sacrament of the Lord's Supper. An exchange says: If all states in the Union are like Indiana, the forthcoming census will show a decrease in the population. The enumeration of school children shows that sixty-two counties out of our ninety-two, have fewer children than they had In ISrtS, while the state as a whole, falls short about one thousand. At this rate, in about a million years, there won't be chil-J dren enough in Indiana to gtt up a! game of black-man. And it came to pass that promi nent people of Franklin county re cently employed a photographer of this city to make some views of Brookville Cemetery. A prominent firm of Brookville were called upon to frame said photographs, where upon a member of said firm ex claimed: "Aren't they! splendid- If we only could get such work done in our town." The gentleman was politely Informed the views were made by a Brookville firm of photographers and location given. Moral: Antagonize business people of your own town ; patronize the shyster from other towns. 26tl. Bad management keeps more people In poor circumstances than any other one canse. To be successful one must look ahead and plan ahead so that when a favorable opportunity presents Itself he is ready to take advantage of it. A little forethought will also save much expense and valuable time. A prudent and careful man will keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy In the house, the shiftless fellow will wait until necessity compels it and then run his best horse going for a doctor and have a big doctor bill to pay, besides; one pays ont 25 cents, the other Is out a hundre4ollars and then won ders why his neighbor Is getting richer while he Is getting poorer For sale at King's Drug Store. CALYIN CARTER. M. D. Office t Citirens Druir Store and at thecorutrof Maiu and Seventh street -O- Tret dieiie peculiar to women on Monday and Thurtilrs. All calif promptly attended day or night. BROOKVILLE. : ; INDIANA Buy your fancy shirts at Bossert & Federmann'.. Guy Johps and wife, ft Dublin, aie visitinir relatives in this city. Jop Dudley wants everybody to know that he pays the highest price for boss and cattle and wishes to buy all of them. 49tf. M. R. Alexander and wife drove toGreensburg last Wednesday on a visit to relatives, returning home Saturday evening. There Is much talk of the Fourth at College Corner. This town and vicinity will doubtless be well represented at the Big Celebration. There will be a grand ball in Simon Dudley's hall in St. Peters, on Tuesday, July 4th. Good music and plenty of refreshments. Supper will also be served. Harriscn News Last Sunday, Dr. F. C. Goodwin and wife and Walter Hartpence and wife were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allison Loper and family, at Fairfield, and the brief stay was enjoyed in a most charming manner. Mr. Loper's home is a typical Christian one, and their manner of entertaining is uever excelled. Kind-hearted and obedient children have much to do with making a home happy, and these requisites are certainly tound in the household of our Fairfield friends. I was seriously afflicted with a cough for several years, and last fall had a more severe cough than ever before. I have ueed many remedies without receiving much relief, and being recommended to try a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, by a friend, who, knowing me to be a poor widow, gave it to me, I tried it with the most gratifying results. The first bottle relieved me very much and the second bottle has absolutely cured me. I have not had as good health for twenty years. I give this certificate without solicitation, simply in appreciation of the gratitude felt for the cure effected. Respectfully, Mrs. Mary A. Beard, Claremore, Ark. For sale at King's Drug Store. P. H. Loper A Co., of Fairfield, with (ieorge Loper as manager, having purchased the carriage business of S. B. A J. H. Masters and leased the salesroom occupied by them on the corner of Main and Eighth streets, wish to announce to their patrons and the public In general that they are now better than ever before prepared to supply anything in the vehicle line, from the cheap est to the best, at prices that defy competition. They have on hand a complete line of the newest designs In carriages, buggies and phaetons and intending purchasers should not buy until they have Inspected their stock. They also do all kinds of re pairing of buggies, phaetons and carriages, on short notice, in a first- class manner, at a reasonable price. The Fourth of July Program at College Corner includes a Balloon Ascension by Prof. Wm. H. Hanner, and a series of thrilling trapeze performances by that greatest and most daring of all Aeronauts, on ropes suspended from the flying balloon. Prof. Hanner will make the ascension hanging on to the ropes of the balloon by his teeth only, and when the exhibition in the clouds is finished he will descend in a parachute, hanging by his heels, head downward. As wonderful as these death defying performances may seem. Prof. Hanner will almost dis count them by his night performances those Just described taking place in the forenoon at abont 10 o'clock. At night, while he is high np among the clouds, he will treat the wondering andience below to a dassling, Aerial Fireworks Display, after which he will abandon his brilliantly illuminated car, and again descend In a parachute. Another feature of the night program will be a grand Cake Walk, in which nearly all the professional cake walkers within 50 miles of College Corner will participate. This promises to be simply prodigions. We have given here only a skeleton of the programs for day and night Hon. Henry Watterson's address will be at 1:30 p. m. To The Public I have turned my tailoring business over to my son H. F. KolhofT. I return my sincere thanks to the public for the patronage extended to m during many past years, and respectfully ask a continuance of the same to my son, who is competent to carry on the business to the satisfaction of all who may patronize him. JO K I'll Koi.hoff. Bryan At Greenfield. A Democratic Bimetallic Picnic will be held at Greenfield, Hancock county, Ind., on Thursday, July 27th. Hon. William J. Bryan. Judge J. P. Tarvln and other able speakers wl:l positively be present ami deliver addresses. Mr. Bryan will arrive at Greenfield at 8 a. m. aud remain until 9 p. m. and will make several speeches during the day. Red Hot From the Gun Was the ball that bit G. B. Stead-inan, of Newark. Mich., in the Civil War. It caused horrible ulcers that no treatment helped for 20 years. Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him. Cures cuts, bruises, burns, bails, felons, corns, skin eruptions. Best pile cure on earth. 25 cts., a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold at King's Pharmacy. The Fourth At Laurel. The glorious Fourth will be celebrated at Laurel under the auspices of Laurel Lodge, No. 74, Knights of Pythias. Addresses will be delivered by Hon. Charles E. Shlvely.of Richmond, and Hon. Robert A. Creig-mlle of Osgood. There will be bicycle races, a clay pigeon shooting contest and a game of base ball in the afternoon. Fire-wcrks and a ball at night. Brave Men Fall Victims to stomach, liver and kid ney troubles as well as women, and all feel the results in loss of appetite, poisons iu the blood, backache, nervousness, headache and tired, listless, run-down feeling. But there's no ned to feel like that. Listen to J. W. Gardner, Idaville, Ind. He says: "Electric Bitters are just the thing for a man when he is all run down, and don't care whether he lives or dies. It did more to give me new strength and good appetite than anything I could take. I can now eat anything and have a new lease on life." Only r)0 cents, at King's Drug Store. Every bottle guaranteed. The New Township Law. It Is said that towushlp o filial in Wabash county have made a discovery which emasculates the new township reform law, as ifapplles to the affairs ot the district schools under their jurisdiction. The township reform act is the one that was passed by the legislature February 27, and the special act which gives the Trustee all power In the schools was passed March M. One of the clauses of the last named statute repeals all acts in .conflict therewith, and, as the reform act was passed a week prior, it is said by the Trustee's legal advisors that all provisions of the reform law relating to the schools are invalidated and that the Trustees will manage the schools in compliance with the last law. Some of the Trustees In that county have been advised to act under the latter law in awarding all school contracts, and it is probable a test case will b made there as soon as the Advisory Boards are organized. Muncie Times. COSTS NO HORE To Go East via Washington Over Pennsylvania Lines than It does to make the trip to Phil adelphia and New York over the diiect Pennsylvania Route through Harrlsburg and Lancaster. Tickets via Washington are good for ten days' stop-over at the National Capital, and at Philadelphia an addition- al ten days' stop-over may be enjoyed by holders of tickets to New York whether they read via Washington or over the direct route. For special information regarding fares, time of through trains, etc., please apply to local representatives of the Pennsylvania Lines, or address W. W. Richardson, District Passenger Agent, Indianapolis, Ind. MARK TVAIM'S KEY CCCX. A prominent Knclan4 Mprr la (p-akin ot Mrk Twain "Kntlnwiaa 1 1 initiator. " mm : la la hk tb Hi lt la oa rwpft Ob caa oa-a II at random an1 Sad a ft rut rat a-finnina alaiuat aar-wr " It ll a larc. hnaaufull' ilTatrai4 vol. am of 7m ra. Another "lnnroca aaroa4.-I'anpl u(rrtn with iaaomala should aot try to a4 thmlT an ! a with thin bvok. It dinr la thia n, a-rhaaa. from to ft. hi. A(ataalMld maka i-nT .ilr alhn it Arrlrt au-l K. riaflr, Halan alaawk, Cioclav aati. (or cabruai larat, aad wrruorf. t

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