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nn M Mail Closinf at Jasper 1'. U.
To xlve tliiio to makeup tluMiiulN properly
ttiftllltflli will tlfulont-ll ut tlif Jui(lT I', o. it
follow t: I
.K.K. Mall'i rtVlock, n. in.; 0 50 a. in,,1
3:SU, p. in. i
reuen i. ion Mur rout t. hi. ireluutt
twice a day. upon arrivul of morning und uf
I'ortiTHVlllu- Tui'mliiyii.ThurHiltiy ami Sut
tmlay, a. m. Oust. ht:ti, I'. il.
ifirDon't forget German Day at Jas
per next Tuesday.
Clothing at cost at
EckertM New Store.
t&Tll you want homemade tinware po
to Lorev"fc Sturm. 3t.
"Ditl vou hear our choir ami miar-
tetto practicing lor uennan uay:
WSrYor fine ice cream anti cakes, call
on Henry Moutoux, the llaker. 'M-'Si
IfirFor gasoline Btoves go to Iatuv &
Sturm; they have the largest assortment,
at low prices. 3t.
fSrFor bargains in shoes go to the
new shoe store; the only exclusive shoe
store in town.
ÜsYjet your tloats reaily, and don't
sleep and wait for others. German Day
De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cures
scalds, burns, indolent sores and never
fails to cure piles. M, Friedman, y
J&Tan shoes for ladies and gents, at
L. F. Spayd's shoe store; most in style
tSTli you want an ice cream freezer
go to JJbrey fc Sturm, they sell them
cheap. ' 3t.
ÜTCitizcns, don't forget to decorate
vour business houses and dwellings on
La Grippe is here again with all of its
old time vigor. One Minute Cough Cure
is a reliable remedv. It cures and aires
quickly. M. Friedman. y
Children Cry for
Our patrons will lind De Witt's Little
Early Risers a safe and reliable remedy
for constipation, dysepsia and liver
complaints. M. Friedman. y
BörPiof. Mouchka, of Chrisney, will
bring his band to Jasper to celebrate
German Day, the 21st. Prof. M. is one
of the best Hand masters in Indiana.
j W aft
Nearly even onerequires a tonic blood
medicine in tlie spring. There is noth
ing so good as Foley's 50c. Sarsaparilla.
Sick headache, constipation and indi
gestion are quickly cured by De Witt's
Little Earlv Risen:, the famous little
pills. M. Friedman. y
Children Cry for
A ladv at Tooleys, La., was very sick
with bifious colicwhen M. C. Tisler, a
prominent merchant of the town, gave
her a bottle of Chamberlain's colic, chol
era and diarrhoea remedy. He says she
was well in forty minutes after taking
the first dose. For sale by M. Fried
Doctor IL R. Fish, of Gravois Mills.
Mo., a practicing physician of many
vears experience, writes: De Witt's
Witch Hazel Salve has no equal for in
dolent sores, scalds and burns. It stops
pain instantly, heals a burn quickly and
leaves no scar. M. Friedman. y
Children Cry for
J. A. Richardson, of Jefferson City,
Mo., Chief Enrolling force 38th general
assembly of Missouri, writes: I wish to
testify to the merits of One Minute
Cough Cure. When other so-called cures
failed, I obtained almost instant relief
and a speedy cure by the use of One
Minute Cough Cure. M. Friedman, y
Dr. S. F. Scott, Blue Kidge, Harrison
Co., Mo., says: "For whooping cough
Chamberlain's cough remedy is excel
lent." By using it freely the disease is
deprived ol all dangerous consequences.
There is no danger in giving the remedy
to babies, as it contains nothing injuri
ous. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by
M. Friedman, Druggist.
B. H. Bowman, Pub. Enquirer, of
Bremen, Ind., writes: Last week our
little babv, the only one we have, was
taken pick with croup. After two doc
tors failed to give lelief and life was
hanging on a mere thread, we tried One
Minute Cough Cure and its life was
saved. M. Friedman. y
When Bby m rfck, we gmre hrr Cwtorto.
Wbca ate wm a CJiiia, cried for OwtorU.
W1iti tbe became MI, ibo cUiaj to Castorf.
Whea Am bd CkiWrM,b gTeUem CMtorU.
atninte, lost ambition, lost interest in
afrojN an lw rvtrro1 ti tilkin? tllilt
nplendid medicine, Foley's Sarsaparilla.
ri sii. Jl.-
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Tlie Best Salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
. . . I t . .t 1 ! .!
eores, tetter, ciiappeu nanus, cmimauis,
conis, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to givo jerfect satisfac
tion or monev refunded. Price 25 cents
per box. For sale by Martin Friedman.
April SJt.u 18tK ly.
V. T. Sanford, Station Agent of Leep-
( 'l-i rinn fVi Pn.. wr5As! t ran nH!-
ommend One Minute Cough Cure as the
best I ever used. It gave instant relief
ami a quick cure. M. Friedman. y
A Warm Friend.
Foley's colic and diarrhoea cure is
very hot, but when diluted it is a warm
friend indeed to those suffering from
bowel complaints. It never fails. 25
and 50c. M.Friedman.
sa tj ,iiViV UIVUIIU UIU ..'VJ AI IV I c,
Monument thin week.
tWComtj toJitHpcr himIm'o how we
Dutch live on tins 21 at of May.
L. IS' Jenkins.
) Dkcou.vtjun Day will bo ob
i served as usual in Jasper at the
several grave yard. After the ser
vices the Post will participate with
the Ireland Post at Shiloh.
ÖrTheT ell City and KvanaviUe Bands
are looking for a grand time at Jasperon
the 21st, and they will not be diimp
Iointed, you bet.
QKSeo the new advertisement of
Alle Bros, this week.
List- f. Letters
Remaining unclaimed in the post
ofHee at Jasper, Ind., May 1, 1895:
Raymond, Mrs. Clara, Weston,
When calling for above letters say
"advertised," giving date of list.
Chahlks E;u, P. M.
tteßrMr. Jos. Dick will have the dining
tables on the picnic grounds on German
Day, May 21st. And will furnish first
class meals for all at 2ö cents each.
IJoit.v to'TVrCunöTand wife
Sunday morning, May 12, 1895, a
girl 10 pounder. The Prof, is
5&E very body prepare to enjoy
themselves, and to make visitors
happy next German Day next
Tuesdav. Give it a boom.
Hall's Hair Renewer renders the hair
lustrous and silken, gives it an even
color, and enables women to put it up in
a great variety of styles.
, . ...i.: .1 l . . .
lj turrv uvvi iu hl-a l cimsuii, ami luurc-
quently will close them out at rock bot
tom figures. All reed bodies for'fl'.OO,
nicely upholstered nc prices ranging from
fl.OO up. The finest for ?12.00.
Our 5 & 10c. counters have been re
plenished with a complete new as.oi t
ment of all kinds of novelties wonder
fully cheap. You are invited to call and
inspect the same. Ali.es Bros., eat
.Side Public Square. Mav 10-2t
aF-There will be some good mu
sic at the ice cream and strawberry
festival to-morrow night, and com
rade Hunter will make a speech on
"How to retain health, beauty and
a fine head of hair," which will be
well worth hearing. Go and enjoy
yourself, and assist a good cause.
TVm ruwinln nut of it i1n7in nr in-
valids." savs a recent medical authoritv.
At least eight out of these ten, it is sn'fe'
to allow, a?e suffering from some form of
blood-disease which a persistent use of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla would be sure to
cure. Then, don't be an invalid.
Cedak Gakdkx. This beautiful
summer resort has been remodeled
and fixed up by Mr. Lauer, who
will open it for the sestson by a big
dance on Pink Monday. See ad-
H.- l .,,1
,lluwu"'" " " V1
if you want a good time make your,
arrangements to attend the opening
(J Ulli. UU.
Persons who sympathize with the af
flicted will rejoice with D. E. Carr, of
.v iiuu lUMirtuie.u, h u. uunui "t.j., mealij for aj, at 35 centj each
is an old sufferer from iiiHummntory (Ilutcheson who was ordered arrest
rheumatism, but has not heretofore been ed by Judge Welborn during last
troubled m this climate.
went up into Wiscon
came upon me again verv acute and
vere, he said.
My joints swelled and
flamed; sore to touch or al -
ok at. X. pon the urgent
most to look
quest of mv mother-in-law I tried Cliam-f
berlain's Pain Ilahn to reduce the Bwell-.wwi:
inc and ease the p:
ain, ami to my agree-
able surprise, it ui
Blirnnse. It tllU Imttl. 1 liaVC lisea'cmvo Imni fnr hie ninuinrfinon nnit
I i - . i
iure iniwuui uuitiva auuuvuoc u w
tlnoat fliSncF-fnrrlu.iimnff.am. im.n-
and swellings extant. For sale by M.
Philip A. G it ekes,
Dealer in all kinds of Furniture and
Coffins informs the public that he has a
complete line of Furniture, and sells
cheaper than anv other house in the
county. Will give you some prices for
cash sales :
Full Oak Bedroom suites 24x30 Bevel
Glass Mirror for $13.75.
Oak bedsteads from $3.00 upwar.ls.
other large size bedsteads from $1.20 up.
Kitchen safes from f'J.oU upwards.
Glass cupboards, Ü foot nigh, $4.50
v i,i .i i ,
.fining mutes ?-. mm uinnin.
A full stock of Parlor Suiti ranging
from $27.50 to $05.00, any style you
Baby carriages, any Ftyle, from $1.75
up to 18.50.
All new goods, no old, out of style
stock like in old stores. Call and see
me before buying elsewhere. Store on
North Main street, Sturm's old stand.
Respectfully, P. A. Gi-ckes.
One of the best evidences that Ayer's
Hair Vicor is an a tide of exceptional
merit is the fact that the demand for it is
constantly increasing. Xo one who uses
this incomparable dressing thinks of try-
ing any uiiiur prcpstruuuH iui i n.n.
The L. E. t St. L. It. It. will resume
its remilar one fare for round trip excur
sions on Sundays, between all local sta
tions, tickets cood dav of sale only, on
.Mav 5. 1895. The excursions will Imj
continued each Sunday during the sum
Bin s an elegant Oak kHl-rooui suit com
plete with Bevel Glass .Mirror, 24x30.
We are the onlv 1-urnitiirc store in
Jasper that carrv a large, full and com
nlete line of gcKKls of all kinds. We
have manv would-lie Imitators, but no
equals. Afore absolutely new goods of
the latest patterns than any other store
in the county lias all toeetlier. come
and see. ALLKS BROS., West Side
Public Snunre, Jasper, lad.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Lattat U. S. Gov't Report
DriV I Baking
Aba ounrgiy PURE
Dec. 21, 1K)I. ly.
Miss Jessie Traylor came home
from Bloomington last Saturday.
Miss Lottie Doane is spending a
few days in Petersburg this week.
Mrs. John A. Sermersheim and
children are in Louisville this week
visiting her mother, Mrs. Andrew
Mr. Kerr Traylor and bride ar
rived at homefrom Bloomington on
Saturday last, and were heartily
welcomed by friends.
Mr. Peck, of Chicago, the ad
juster of the Washington Ins. Co.,
of Hammond, Ind., was in town
Thursday and paid the claim of the
Jasper Mfg. Co. in full.
Mr. Jos. I. Schuhmacher, of An
derson, was visiting his parents in
Jasper this week. He represents
the natural gas city as booming.
He left for homo yesterday, his fa
ther, Mr. Isidor Schuhmacher, ac
companying him for a visit there.
bv all who attend."
will be remembered
Don't forget it.
fMr. Jos. Dick will have the dining
tables on the picnic grounds on Oerman
iiin, jiiii im. .um mil iuiiiieu msk
iv. -t.. oi.. .i ...:n f.. a
löInvitations were sent out to
the celebration of the 25th anniver
sary of the marriage of Mr. Anton
Habig and his worthy wife, at the
couple's cosy and handsome home
on North .Main street. According
ly last night, Mav 10, a large num
her of friends gathered there and
spent a pleasant evening with their
genial hosts, and wished they might
live to enjoy their golden weddimr,
and some valuable and beautiful
presents were left.
The G. A. R. Post, of Ireland,
and Guckes-Welman Post, of Jas
per, will observe Uecoration Lay,
-v . .
I at Shiloh. All other societies
invited to attend and assist in
exercises. There will bo good
speaking and good music. Let
every body come with well filled
baskets. G. A. R. Committee.
Brace and Maria M. Moreen-
Fred Wellinnn and Ida Lowenstein.
1, 1 1 TV . Tl 1
'ucxier r.. numwe i imu r.ium:i nauscner.
Bernard A. Knust and Maria Schwartz,
Henry Wibkingand Roxena Songer.
Frank Begle, Jr., and Cath. Wendholt.
iJos - L. bunder and Paulena llaase.
,.. lf T I-
j as. iikcv anu .mirv r. ivavs.
Fred W. Schmett and' Lissette F. Peters.
U.vder Bond. Mr. Wm. E.
not nereioiore ueen ; eu uy juuge eiixirn aunng last
te. Last .wintcrhejeourt, for failing to obev subpoena
Srlllcki0 testif-v in the case of "Mrs-phm-
se-;1!'3 vs- lv- Dougnertj,
in defendant's answer
0f being moie intimate than the law
re-l,lnw.c .-t, rra n nA tf
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wncn me inai uegan to avom
II - A 7 r 7 A 1 1 1 T I I
lesuiying, reiurneu uns wcck anu
fc r V iyvi vi iitkj iti'i'VHiittiuv
nrtnrf n nnctvnr tho
C0UFl 10 'Ini:?"er U1C
charge of con
On the Jasper
liy the Jasper Star Band, at 2 o'clock p. m. with special pieces by
the celebrated Durlauf Trio.
A Fine Dancing Flcmr
Has been placed under the Cedars and Dancing will begin at 4 o'clock,
p. m. with a Grand March, led bv Mi. Frank Taylor, of Petersburg.
EVERYBODY IS INVITED
To come and enjoy a pleasant day in the grove. Special Marshals have
been employed to see that good order is maintained.
Conveyances will leave Jasper for the Park every 15 minutes, begin
ning at 1 o'clock, for the benefit of passengers.
X. LAUER, Manager.
June 17, 1895. 3t.
HW TO US. The larmt CommUtfott
i cm. and hett f acllUle for jetting high prlct. We Mil to the Caetera factories and tare
the middle man's profit. Iteae warwhomvs receipts cad store free of charffe. Sacks far-
i nlntied free of charge to thoe who ihlp . We Mjllclt shipmate of erertalef-la the pro
duce line. Write ae tot price. uraMnnM.riaTrsI eA
M. I J, 19, l 4 1 ennTn ween, hwivr
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Feb S Vfc-y
Tewi Beard Preceriiaf s.
The Jasper Town Board met in
regular session on Monday night,
May 13, all members present.
Veronika Krodle, ref . license
fees 116 85
Jos, Buchart, coal oil 11 00
F. Lampert, blacksmithing. . 6 20
Aug. Dunns, street labor 7 50
Henry lierger, engineering
Main 8t. grade
S. Rich, team on streets. . . .
M. Lampert, team on streets, 28
C. Doane, printing 17 00
Jos. rnedman. Sr. appraiser, 2 00
Geo. P. Wagner, "
Leo F. bpayd, "
Eckstein & Dupps, lumber. .
Andrew J. Berger, Clerk. . . .
IJenj. Schräder, stone 3 00
II. Pfau, Trustee services.. 20 00
E. J. Kempf,
W. H. Flick,
A. Steinhäuser, teaming
C. Soliga, Treas. salary
F. Vonderschmidt, Marshal, 40 50
H. Benedict, team on street, 2 50
Geo. Mehringer and others
election board 17 50
Phil. Kunkel, teaming on st. 27 00
Total $345 78
Treasurer submitted his annua
report, which was approved, and
Ulerk directed to publish it one
week in Jasrer Courier.
Marshal Vonderschmidt submit
ted his report of street work, which
was approved and ordered filed.
Hcnrv Pfau, Trustee elect for Is
ward; Philip Kunkel, Trustee elect
for 2d ward: Wm. H. Flick, Trus
tee elect for the 4th ward, each filed
certificate of election and oath o
The Clerk, Marshal and Treas
urer also filed certificates of elec
tion, and oath of office, which were
ordered tiled, and it was further or
dured fiat the Clerk give a bond o
4200, and the Marshal a bond o
$1.000, and the Treasurer a bond
The old board t,hen adjourned
The new board organized by elect
mc Henry Pfau President.
Treasurer Soliga filed his bond in
$3,000, which was approved by the
Board, ordered recorded and hied.
The Board then adjourned to meet
in special session on Monday night,
May 'JOth, lblJö.
Rend vour address to II. E. Bucklen A
Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box
of Dr. Kine's New Life Pills. A trial
will convince vou of their merits. These
pills are easy in action and are partial
iarly effective in the cure of constipatior
, i , i l : .1
ana sick ueauaciiu. rur nmiu aim
liver trouble thev have been proved in
valuable. Thev are guaranteed to be
perfectly free from every deleterious sub-
stance and to be purely vegeiaoie. inej
do not weaken by their action, but bj
eivine tone to stomach and bowels great-
lv invigorate the system. Regular size
25c. ier box. Sold by Martin t nedman
Druggist. ' 4
and Portersville road.
JUNE 3, '95.
WOOL ! I
Uonte la tit Scmtk. TIm mcMt liberal
nfcnmwn vn bh
Don't forget the G. A. R. ice
cream and strawberry festival to
morrow night. In the school grove
iif pleasant weather. In the court
house, if not. Go, and take your
ladv, and get a chance on a beauti
ul picture, and have some fun.
las started to roll, and the ''Red Jack
ets," the champions of southern Indi
ana, win their first game this year on
a picked nine, but it took ten innings to
decide the game. This troea to show that
Jasper has notonly the champion team,
but another one to spare. Tue game waa
interesting up to the 10th inning, when
the Mixed Pickles went to pieces and
scores Mere piled up against them. The
new grounu is all that a team could de
sire, and the boys promise some inter
esting games for the season. The follow
ing is the score by innings :
123456789 10 Total
Red Jackets 2 2 0303034 1532
Mixed 3 4 1 0 4 1 0 3 1 017
Batteries Red Jackets Fierst and
.Mixed Eckert and feeibert.
Frank Taylor, Umpire.
The club has received a challenge to
day the Gilbert club, of KvanaviUe, and
will likely accept it.
A Household Necessity.
Xo familv nhniilri h without Foley's
diarrhoea and colic cure. Perfectly Bafe
and will give instant relief. Price 25
and 50c. M. Friedman.
I have alotof whisky kees and barrels,
for sale cheap. J. li. Tiioutman. 3-tf
Mileage Tickets. 1,000 mile mileage
tickets for $20 are now being sold by the
L. r. !;t. L,. II. K., gootl over the fol
lowing lines: Bluff, Rochester it Pitts
burg: Centralia & Chester; C II & D:
Cleveland, Akron & Columbus : ü C Ü &
St L (big 4) : Columbus, Hocking Valley
& Toledo; Columbus, Sandusky & II V;
Umllay, tl w & w ; lntf ills. & lowa;
L X A & C (Monon); X Y, U & St L;
Ohio Central Lines ; Ohio Southern ; I
A & W; P Shen. & L E; Toledo, St L &
Kansas City : 1$ & O S W ; Ixiuisville &
Cincinnati; Cincinnati P&Va; LAX.
For persons who travel over extensive
territory these tickets will be a great ad
vantage, K. A.Cami'Iiell, ü P A
Jos, Benedict, Agt Jasper. tf
One Buckeye bindertwine order-book,
containing orders for about 4,000 Ilia, of
twine; orders are in favor of u. P
Wagner. Lost on Jasper and Porters
ville road. Monday evenine. May 13
Return to S. S. Wineintrer, Portersville,
or G. P. Wagner. Jasper. 17 It
Those who have used Dr. Kinc's New
Discovery know its value, and those who
have not, have now the opportunity to
try it Free. Call on the advertised drug
eist and eet a trial bottle, free. Send
vour name and address to IL E. Bucklen
'& Co., Chicaeo, and get a sample box of
Dr. King's New Life Pills free, as well
as a copy of Guide to Health and House
hold Instructor, free. All of -which is
guaranteed to do you good and cost you
.. -mr i ' 1 . T A . I . A
noimng. .uarun r rieumau, .LnugBiun.-.
R. B. Excursions.
The L. E. & St. L. Cons. R. R. wil
sell excursion tickets to the following
events, and on the following times:
Epworth League Convention, Rock
port, Ind., May 20th and 21st; at one
and one-third fare for round trip, good
returning on Mav 22d.
For Philadelphia, Pa., May 20-24, at
one fare for round trip, on account I. U.
U. r . celebration.
On May 21, 181)5. excursion ticket, at
one fare for round trip, will be sold to
the famous Hot Springs, Ark., which has
been opened to the public. Tickets good
on day of sale going, and returning lira
ited to twenty days.
To Indianapolis May 2021, 1895, on
account of I. O. O. t. brand Lodge meet
ing and Rebekah convention, at one fare
for round trip, good going day ol sale
and returning tillMay 24th.
To Indianapolis May 2829, 1895, on
account of urand JxkIrc r. A A. Masons,
at one fare for round trip, tickets to be
. 1 r 1 in 1 ' . i!lt
soul .nay anu -o, goou returning mi
These excursions will furnish a good
chance to visit Indianapolis during the
prettiest part of the year.
Round trip tickets for French Lick,
good GO days, will be sold by the L. E,
& St. L. Con. R. R. at $5.70 from Jas
per; 15.35 from Huntingburg, until fur
Home Seekers' Excursion June 11,
1895, at one fare for round trip, good 20
days, to points in Colorado, Idaho, Iowa,
Indian Territory. Kansas, la.. Alinn.
Miss., Mo., Neb., N. 0., Oklahoma, 8.
Dak., Tenn., Texas, Utah, Va., Wy
STILL. IN THE LEAD.
PHILLIP A. GUCKES
Announces to the public that he is
the leader in everything in his line.
Undertaking: a Specialty.
Cloth covered Caskets, as above cut,
910.00 and upwards. Wooden
cases completely trimmed lor
a . 1 a
912.00, and upwards.
Can furnish Metalic Caskets in
hours after ordered, at any price
and style wanted from $100.00 up.
Can call at store at anv time dav
or night. Always there. Deliver
any where in the country ire of
charge. Have full line of Burial
Kobes and Burial Shoes for any one
wishing same. A complete set of
Embalming Instruments and can do
on short notice. I am prepared to
take charge of Funeral until buried.
See ad. in another column for
Furniture. Store, North Main St.,
opposite the jail.
May 19, m-xt.
' Jtr U4fe N. tt, A. 0. U. W,
Will have a special meeting at iti
'1895, to consider stecial business.
All the brothers are requested to be
present. Bv order of the Lodge.
Jas. S. Milburn, Recorder.
Call the attention of the public to
the fact that they are otill in the
Cloth covered caskets same style
as above cut for f 17.00. and up
wards. Wooden cases trimmed
complete for 91100.
We will furnish Metalic Caskets,
within 5 hours, at any price from
$75.00 and upwards.
All goods delivered free of charge
any place in the country. Furni
ture delivered any place in town.
All needing this kind of service
will please give us a call and exam
ine our stock. We also carry a hne
ine of FURNITURE of all kinds.
Everything sold at reasonable
prices, boliciting your patronage
we are prepared to guarantee satis-
N. W. Corner Public Square.
JASPEK. - - INDIANA.
BEST MADE, BEST FITTMft, KST WEAMHf
MMbct'. kj THE GOODIH CL0TH1K CO
Atz roams, xtot task WAUurrn
For Sale by S. KUEBLEK.
Kob.l-6.lv. JASPER INDIANA
And Farming Imple
ments of all kinds.
at ths lowest figure.
Brighton Your Homes !
MRS. M. B. SALB
Has the only exclusive
Wall Paper Store
Tn Tin I a Aniinft art j! Invllai t Vi a leA I.m
of her stock by nil vr ho want to make their
iiuiiivn iuua aiirnv-tiTC
Alt THE LATEST STYLES !
EVERY ROLL NEW!
All paper trimmed without extra charge.
Now I vour tliu to flx tin. Com nml irt
flKures. M. H. SALB.
In front or Court House, on 6th struct, one
door west of Dr. Sulb's office.
Mar. cj, .im.
Con beb or Nbwtoh axd 7th Sts.,
OANIEL F. J. MILLER, Propriltor.
HaVB Id this shop srry lclllty for rtpstiise
.tttsm naeklDiry ersll kinds. sn1 ssskse iikIiI
of bllldlBf sad rewlrlBf 8TKAM BH01X
Islie ktp s btBd einpplr ersBAFTUrt.riPlS
e., a4 III tarn saefUss sy slis reaelrsd.
I btT aa Sftacy for LKATHKR A KD 1UBBKR
RKLTIKO, ane will fornlih any stts on sartetlc.
n 111 rtpatr TMnKBRlflli AtBlBaB. aKPABATUKS
HORSK POWERS, Ac. v
PARMKK8 PAKTlCuliARLT eseeavltee ts clrtTais
s cbsBcs to Bukt tbtli anpareotly worn out Binders
Bsaptrt and Mowers. Drills. Ac, folly as GOOD AS
JiBW, and at tat little tzpease. lfatnny saved
is to earned, " I can u 70a ny dollsrs tbls
ay. Try It.
X) ADIKL r. im MlbuSK.
May Mt M
Madison Townwhlp Trustee
Notice is given that hereafter the Trus
tee of Madison township will be at the
store room of Mr. John P. Norman, in
relsnd. on every Saturday for the nur-
poeo of attending to township businew,
and all persons having business with the
township are expected to bnflne It to
those days. . . . . v
Tho Indiana acnooi doors wm v
found at Norman & Gray's store at all
times. C. J. Evraro,
Mar. 22, '05-y Tnwtte Hadkou Tjt