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THURDA MoKMNii DF.CKMBEK SI
Aa t.tlra aMrateai Probable.
Toeadiior of too 1 LUo.. rest M.
Meredith. Kq., bo i a mftsjoar .,: t.. fl
frees Vifo coaaety, ia Um e-it I eorrawpoQ
dance to bis psptr, fron tnin lt. und data of
tie Hb. mmm
" It i quite certeia that Oorernor Morton of. I
etil a special nmm of the Legislature, to nt
on the lees Mowoj of o"t srenth. which will
bO emrf tat AM Mwtf tfct imlv totOQ
The Uebolllon from st Mepstoltran
Tbe If on York TrfbstM, fai amMMailing a
the re ent swcceeeee of the federal arm, re
ark M I 'low
eavftlry raid from tbe Tenoeatoe to Batoa Rodpe.
pron.unred th Jonfeacacy "a shell, with : :')
ing m it " Sherman'a parade Irom Atlanta to
bavatioab gives emphasis to that character. ia
tion If nearly two years sgo an intelligent officer,
after making a cavalry raid throagh a large por
iiio of the Confederacy, regarded it as "a shell
with nothing in A." and if tbe admimatrstion at
oeptao thai view of its aoodiiHio, why
Itw hoiiow bell long since broken and itseropii
nea detnonatrated ? Immene land and naval
force, commanded by akilllul.ofBcera.havo teen
'peggtag asray at this "she'l with eoth
ing in it" for oTer three yenr, yet that
"aefl" hat eihibited a capacity for J
resialanrc and endurance most remarkable, e-
peciall? when the comparative trength, re
avrureea and cotiiHtioii of the opposing forces are
Uken into conderat'ion Either the peculiar
evpporter of the aduiotstratloti. represented by
iti at the Tribune, fail to appreciate the
irees of an enemy fighting, aa all must ad
salt, at great disadvantage, or else by the repre
senrat.op they now make of the weiknf-s ol
the Con federacy, "a shell with nothinc; in it,"
they not only underestimate t e power ot our;
own rovern merit, hot di-paroge the abWitT of'
the reproaentatiroa ef ake party in power to cope
. a i ,
with a weak enemv. and also the coorftge and
gallantry of our armies, and the kill of those'
ah) if'ireci them If the (onjederacv ia
.k.ii .ok .ki. , i, " -h-t - - - - f..r .n
r ' ' I
increase of the immene forces we have m the
beld ? Can there be any upolygj under the:
viow diat is thus presentei for Airther- drnii.s!
. , ., a ti t l
unrn the resource of the n itio:! 1 he Tribune.
ist summing up the view of the present condition
of the rebellion, aar?:
On the whole, it seems plain that the rebel
are deciriedlr over matched, and are point; rapid
ly to the wall If more soldiers are needed to
mtke a neetlv end of the war, we tru-t the Inc
ident will not hesitate o eall for thetn proini t!
and frankly With 'JOO.OOII mure men in our
armies, the 4'h of March nell -fiotild see Mr
Lmcoln inaugurated President of a nation reunit
ed and at peace."
If wironlv.as the I'rc-ident -'n it in hi
reiXMit mas.ie, m to decide she oputroversj, hu
manity and policy alike demand, that " if more
soldiers are needed to luaUc a .speedy end t t ti e
war," the Pre-sident should " not hesitate to call
for them frankly and promptly " Rut why the
necessity, it the TfvbsMM properly represents the
condition of the Confederacy? I( the rOwftJl
are decidedly over m itched and are going rapidly
the wall." and If the Confeder icy is only "a
shell, with nothing in it," why the oeeasism for
"2011 .000 more men in onr nrmia" to suppress
tbia eih mated rebellion T In fact, what MOl I
for the employment of the irnmense land and
naral forces which have been iu service fur urn
three veir-i if the rebellion was only a shell1
which require. 1 bot a vigOff I OS '-low to break it
The Tribone places its party in an unenviable
diiemma Its statement is a gotCMMOt that I
with a!! the resources of a mighty nation at it9
command, promptly and freely contributed, it
b ta not had the administrative ability to suppress
an insurrection, which it compares to "a shell
with nothing in it." When such a party control
t .'eatinlol ot a truly gre' a:; ! ;..)wer,n' ftatiOD
whit hope for reunion and pevee for the resto ,
ration of that beneüccui polity wh h made o s '
resllhy and powerful
Krmarkabh' arm Ii- from ItS Itlrti
tnond t nqulrrr-lavt r)' to be l.i eu
sip ta eeure I ssrwpeari kid.
The following is esir ictad from a lcad i g ar
tide in the Richmond Enquirer of the Ifch in.-;.
WbeneTer we are rejuced so low tb it we can
not maintain the contest then we can secure l.b
erty and na' uiality by the .-aenfice of slavery
Hut until we are prepared to make thi- SOCrigce
it is no OM to look to Europe for help either bv
rccogn.tiou or iuteiv et.tion. All tbe tuiiiu.
tithorirlea. tho-e who enmunnd the armies and
those entrusted with tbe Administration of tbc
conscript b ireau, are preptred to say thit the
potml-tton of the country wilt mil:' tin a force i
the Sold that shall bear to that of the enemy Vie
proo retioa thai the armie oft' e two natUna nave
borne to each other in lwl3, then no necei .t
tlfsw (or either arming the Hgpuw or appoalnq
to Kurone for protection.
But if th e authorities shall answer differ
tie. then we snhmit that a er;öa is open
i S dem mil tbe atfel nails e of sitbios with
slaves or independence by arining the ntgrofj
Pherr- ! eveey prospect for four veiro m 'e bf
war, i. I a . . Hi u w r oo the defensive, the
etiemr cn carrv on ihe war without ihr rtk pi
defeit If thev know rh.tt we neer follow :(.
our repulse, but must always rem tin on the de
ifofttve, they know tint though loof saay not
tlw to tletrat ar sraoes pet, e til ncvr de
feat theire. and ti.e ir is merely
f xh lusf.oi
a question ol
Shvü e peotawag the war for the sike of thi
negroes? Shall we sacrifice our i Inhlrt u to pre
serve our j-:.veO Sh '. weeah tus' our country,
desftrov nur noble defenders and eudanger eer
lustltotmi) rfttber than test id experiment that
may give us She mean- of recruiting our armies
of assuming the tifTen-ive and of conquering h
spOftdy peaeo? Keither rheforir DOT argument
or authority can determine whether the negroes
will m ike f u i faith fu - er Ktperiment
muat test and dc.de this qucition Oeo. Lee
ska that tins eaperiment ne made Hut Oc
h te. detect and despise the enemy far more thir
slavery . ai
it by the sat
ben ' es
an ! tr
ee are pre. I
urge ih it enr3(
We would no!
upn Mir r-mn.'rvmen
eOV: ;:.u U,e Union if everv
slave cou'd be returned to hi-, mister, .and every
guartntre that hum in ingenuity cou'd devte
r the prtitecion or the i:iiitu
t on e pre'er liberty
umo:. up n the sei-ure-t
a lab (reft so it ty to re
of gJaeero Suet.
we t.e!:eve t.e the o.,t ftaool
V rg D i Bat we kt.ow tl
doubts beset this question of arming ti e neroe-.
and yet the e.;riinent OOgbl to be tetel. ai i
the fa-t ascertained whether ite negroes wTTt
make a. Utters
A. W sah ;.ton eorrespoade.it of a C ucinn tt .
paper BWaftSJI asfts question the authorship of por
iiH)sif eert-'M ! -inie-'.a which bear the n vtue
of the Pre-i lent He says: The original man
uacript o: the inaugural, fairly covered with m
terlineatioi) in tbe band ritii.g ot Mr Seward,
hs still in e listener in Washington Tbe con
eluding sentence of the emancipation peoci,UA.
tioo ia kaooo to have been Mr OboOOs Tnr
pairs1 v depart men la I parts of one or snore late
meaaages were ongirai'y wnite:. by other handa."
Ha also autre that the Präsident arot me to
sossioatioo prxKlasaaliou on stiff ah oats ot a son
of card board, which he could l.v upon hi. knee
sod write upon as be a.t wi:b bis feet ou tbe table
and hl tboiff Itlafg Uaek la u "Aasr.ssi ait.
fht f weeeSt i.orermniiit Plnnin t rn
i L . NaOemher iO, 1 Sff
I hundred plsntstious ssjre lesael la iLi
beg district tor tb Mtftoo A Mas ueen
. i th'. Laie panber, bat about twentv are
Iis mg crops gttbgred ooe to five Tb eight
have been broken up by guerrillas My last let
ier give you no id of the prces Tbe
Macks out to work noon into he been dri.e
back to Ueerr . Of. (a ttMrmble numbers slJ
with everv circumstance of brutalilv . killed, or
Sre escapou the ould by fWlit and re
turned to points from which ibey were Uken
Oo orot l lüeue deeerrd p.aoes, uoeerer, tbe
rebel here alloeed numbs of blacks to re
oaaia on conditiea that Uty woul J uot worn or
gather rotum Tbe; unke ft lirttig from the )
. . a at a a I a a. ;
corn a du poiAioeH ana aruens wmca iitu i-ecu
pUntnl by the loeoee lor tbemaelftos. previous
to the breaking up of the pUntstio-i
1 he twenty pianUtioc now orcapie! are all
srtthll a aemi circle of about seven mile., de
cnbed from Vidilia as a center A amall force
at Bullct bayou, with another between the fo
ot the lake and tbe bend of tbe river below V.
. . Ä k ' & L I L
, UI a. make those tar ma comparatively safe.
twelve of them very comfortahly so. Of the
, the York and
mre place, eene ol the atrocities meotionej
in my lat, sre too Four others of the twcniy
are anhje-t to the cootai:t visittiuu of guerril
ia'. and "e their crops to the fact that the old
hand and oTerseers remain upon them, or to
other and l' l.'U.orsoie arrangements
0( these torsive, one firm has part or full con
HSjl ui nine. At the head of tbia firm atood ;
Bun. et, the treasury agent who hsd the loftoiog
of plautationa, and witli him waa Judge field.
who waa the commiMtoner tor the lewttig last
jear The military authorities have once tried
and cOOrlttlM Tield. and Burnet ihhow unler r
rest. Of the plantations ou which crop are be ;
,ng gathered, which are outside ot this safe
twelve, JuJg FhM haa at least three In how
mam spore be had ft covert interest it is awfoMi
ble to say. The outlving eights firms wro ;
toaooi by aucti persons as could lo allured, in
their ignorance of the indefensible position --f
their land, to the poritoOJ undertaking, either
Ot ttc prom -e .t enormous prorit, r bv the hu
msne purpose ol si.lii, in tbe eleratiou ol ilie
black, or the patriotic motive of lighteuin-' th .
burdeii ot the government in
tiic care ot these , '
frecdmefi 'I her have been broken up, mativ
live- lost, a vast amount of property not only
loot, but thrown directly into rebel hands, very
many blacks re sold into slavery, rery maiiv
thrown back into the hind of the government
for support The disaMera to thc.- niii. v nrt
IKwriT rrt.:opcuJitpd lir I'lO ;iatiil HOCfT-s tf
the tortuti ite few who were atle to locate I um
aelves withm -i,i
Tbe relief winch these plantations hve fur
M tbe gJftrnMt gkt i,ju.-
n t Fi T- Importance Five ol thorn 'of the safe I
n-.e 1 o furnished labor to relutree bl.uk
TbOJ have pM the gOSSraOIOnt in rent-. pOSWl
blv mamt wolle tbe derensea of tbe tract ol
, ift,n thry were imUtfooa eoat .
regiment or two of soldiers un 1 a quarter ot
million of mogoq Th;-. to sty nothu.e of the
iWM of liberty, the loss of property and the
. . - ,,' ' . ' t.-
gain to ic'.el resources of the eighty pUnta
lumg whxth hsve been broken up.
line f iiic Ptctsirato.
A Correspondent nf the OMeftfO Journal re
late the follosring interview of a Federtl forag
ing party with a Teno aft I ' n iner:
At another ; 1 ice e ciiied u;ion the owner, n
man of over -i at v years, sell sved, yet cT
detitly mnh cftil down snd disheartened He
w polue, and niiHWcred all quesiion tediously
On botog asked what he had to -pare, he exclaim
" ed ' Not much indeed, nothing." Uis wile
and tour children si mu.i.g by him. .-aid not a
word, but the counteuaucu ol the whole croup
showed th it the old man told the truth. "In
deed. I hive nothing." said he. "what, with one
armv or another, campaigning ttrrough this nan
ot Tennessee, thev have stripped me of all I
i couli pire, ant more too" "Have sou no
! horses or muleftt" asked the oflicer. "Yes. an
rwered the man, "1 h.ive one more muie, srhicn
is eutirely brokcu down; it was left me by a
trooper, who took my last horse in its etead."
"No beef ti'-tlc?" ass the next question. "Not
one." was the s?swer. "Any hogs?" "Yes,
sir, I hare four pigs which I had intended for
the winter 'a supply of meat " "Any negroe-V"
asked the ( fli'.-cr. "No. not one;- my 8erv;n!;
all left ine some two or three months ago. I
have not one on the place I h ive to chop all
rnv wood und do all the out door work,
and my wife and daughters do the iti-doors, what
they can." "Any corn or wheat?" "No wheat.
and only two or three boahois of corn." was the
reply "Le:'- see your mule V said the officer. It
was brought up. und was as the old nun In I
said Show me thooe pigs was the next demand.
When he heard this the old ratn could in. .
speak his hiqes were almost at an end. He
showed the pig. however, they were no more
t un such a t.imilj would need, nor as much, in
fact. The officer then kindly said: "You rnnv
keep all these things, they will help you out, and
can be of but littlogood to us," and gave the old
man a "sals gweJrf? which might save bis prop
erty Itom all tuture muleitatiop from our troop-.
i hre years ago, this man owned a large, well
storked plantation, and a fine stud of horses
had cattle and BOO n tdentv. with servants to
' come at his call, and corn to sell and to keep.
! New he aas sincerely thankful and much moved.
; that we pured him his four little sh oats, bis pit
tance of corn and oil old m ire mule, with which
j he hoped to make a small crop next opting. The
, war haa been at his very door, he bad seen it in
all its re! it on, and kuew that it was rigorously
Mlnajulitr History- i Kiiflalonlnn
Pariloiuil from I'rlaon itnd li h
gJ lllotiH I ra.
From the New Y rk Herald.
In the year 1?36 the city of Buffalo, New
ork, eeOUhUtop ifn'm? its popuiatton s citizen
oi iudefantribie industry and untirliiL' enterprie
Whole tdorks ot cvi afliotts wareliou-es were
ertfciexl bv him. new atreets were I iid out, t i !
ed, paved md iibtfd uH)ii his recommrud .tim
atul with Iii Hiuui'e. aui no putil:c undertak
ing was cotiei.lered eure ot tafcOBftOJ without the
ttCtkM slid lid of this public sirited citizen
l'he evwah of lc36 came, and it caused hiui to
totttr. To sustain his credit for a few dim in
a;i er il hour Le cuiutniited a lcel wm& HM
finned him to t!ie Strte Pii-on Pardoued out.
and no ineradicable stimmt sate that i'l-epanuit'
trom atisfurtune aftvacOSOf to tin name. rtwca::.o
lo New York citv and started the hotel uusioen?
it Um corner of Brotd ) md C. rtlm.it atrttU.
Failinff fn thia. he went to Lon Island's sea
tri rt shore" and took the B ith House, i sumnur
etablish merit. Soon diaftiiUd with hi ill luck
there, he left thi. region of ci viiixatirtn altogether,
and sought the solitudes of Wet Virginia na a
ice of quiet and rest for the rema;iider of his
'lays. He ettled in what has proved to he the
heart of the We: Virginia oil reci 'tiand now
this unfortunate yet larky, thi untiring and irr
preset tle man. conrlurles hi- s'range, eventful
history bv leaving to his he rs a fortune value. 1
at three millions of dollars He BOM the well
known uatneot Kalhbun.
I lie I'ri-vldi nfs la.l Juki
A few days sgo Bishop Ames called to pay
t.ia respects to the l'reident. and arrived about :
t'li' tune lor the tlirowiag open the doors for tbe j
arowd in the atite room, he stood an interested
spectator of tbe patience with which the Chiet
M v-. -trite neard complaint-- which never ahou'd
l ave becu brought to him. and listened to all
hnuul nniH.f.-.i.e leiiiioii- Ai lat the ei.hop
some rebuke should bo given, and looked
m tor a HiMe At that mooaent the
rresident espied him, and coming forward,
creete'i him warmly Slid Bishop A.: '"But.
Mr Pre-. dent. 1 have something against you 1
bud no B.bie in that room, and i wi-hed io read
what the lar . r in law ol M.-c- told ! loj when
he was doii g what you are Hearing whit
shou'd go lo suNordiuaies. you know, be sdvi-ed
him to choose out good men. who should betr
i d uevide all tbe cases thai were too . trd !. r
them, which alone thev
uld re-ort to him 1
L'et to vou. Mr Preiideot. to follow the ad
co " "iTsok JH, B sbop," sail the Presi
dent "The suggestion is good And it re
minds me. Rishop, that I was reading the other
day how Moses ws up in tbe mountain pray ing
for Israel, and providing for Aaron the best
place in tbe system, at the same time Aaron was
:own with thepocp-e at the f too mountain !
making a A-Jeu cs'-f to supersede Mjsc.'" As
it was before tbe Sib of November, tke aoptica
was easy Förth A esterr, O.rf-t'a:; Advo
Every .hsase of happiness mutt needs bt
s erfeat thst doos not embrace tbe taree ine
Vets ef wife tease, and ekildraa
VtaJtf'i.r enemy pit a goreratssete Ui
of $4 J TW
SubetUuies are ortJj from RW to $90C It !
;ile of that place to Ml
er rc urgiog the peo
r '.e $40 .000 io order to
eurc tbe ljaUin there of the Female College
be fnÄ?H Hk,,f ,wM b, lh If,.1
Conference of tbe M"1 ..- -
Sara the Tcrre Haute Eiprees: "Qui?
M prlotetM now iohabit our count? jail. One
or en ; .tk. another for tealttxga
horae, and the auppH murderer of the enroll-
ing offircT Frcroaan "
TliO editor ol the Terre Hau.e Kcprens. io
hi rrrr-; mdence from th;- citT to that point,
tuake tbe following auggestioi m re:arJ to the
It ia suggested that the jronorty beiongiug to
the State, inc-!udiur the Governor 'n residence.
be sold . and tbe proceed of the aale applied to
the hu Idiiig ol one, such a beeoroe the grat
State of Indiana and its gresA Governor The
; ropertr owned br tlie State, aide Irom thecap
itol grounds, wouk sell now fit nbout -".KHt,
hich -urn ought to be invested, or at least
large portion of it. in tbe manner suggested
above In this way the State would be at no
additional expense in tbe purchase of tbe lot,
and thecon-truction :ho holding Other mat
ten of considerable imp'jrtance will douh'ic
be hmnght ne'oec tho special soseioo, sheald one
An effort is being mtde in Adims count t to
erect a new court house and nuhhc nffires. Il ia
not a question of taste or adorrimen but of ne
An attempt was m.ide lo rob the Branch
BftSk in Vincennes, on Friday eight lat It
w- feeble, however The r"-l comtuM ce.,
operation on i;e of the ride walla, hut before
had made more thu a slight impression
. hrii.h!, thr w.lfci,,niM ir.-uie w...
arou-'d. md the woui I be robbera heit ah-v
About lä.OOU h oga hive been packed at
Terrs H n.te
A Catholic Fair at 1. igan-port lass week'
netted il otl.
During the last six months the Odd Fellows
of this Stale have pud out ovei g90,QOQ tor re
lief. The C imno-sioners of Morgan eountv, at
the I i-i -essioli, appropriated $5 000 to buy me.t
for soldiers families.
The r iilr 1 1 trom It IltkOftltHl SO Franklin
is to be rebuilt The agc.it of the road execute
a bond of lw9,0M thi' the work -hall he
The Con mi --loners ot Fulton county hue
appropriated $."0,000 to aid in ; lie construction
of s railroad through the coontrv, to he paid in
four annual installments, the first to be paid
when either end of the line i mulcted to
An interesting reviv.il ha- been progressing
f r SOSM two weeks at the Cum!. M land I'rcaby
tcri.in Church iu Lvun-viile, and, mate id of
abating, -eems to be growing in fervor and in
A mm was killed in Allen county on Fri
day lvt while eng igcd in hd.ng a sawlog The
chain tiroke and the log rolled over him, crush
ng him to death.
1 he pipers of Terre Hau'.e are urging its
i-viable location and advantages Är a whole
sale trade Says the Kxpross:
Terre Haute has au extent oi territory tribu
tary to it, nneapialled by any other place ol its
site in the west The nearest competing point
to us are Indianapolis on the east. Kvansrille on
the south. Chicago and Laf i vette on the north,
and St I.oui- on the we-t It can be readilv
seen, iherelore, that we have an imuv n-e tract, ot
country which we cm and ought to supply, both
with home manufactured and imported goods.
To do tliir, and thus bring here a vasf amount of
mot ev wired now oc- eisewhsre. we need more
wholesale hous-s and maiiiir.tctories. Five times
the amount of goods might be sold here, it we
had these two agencies in opOratioS Our mer
chants here should give more attention to the
jobbing trnnV. In not one ittle branch of hni-
les- it is groceries, is the supply equal to
tbe deoMMwJ Um so lucrsive ths ret ü; traue
in our citv thai; wholeilm enn to be almost
oveiluukeJ by our capiuliau aud mercliauts. We
of Terre Hatto barf s eopsaautling poaiUoo and
great advantages, commertiall v -pe iklug, but
uiilo-.s wo RMSjdUj wake up tu their imporUu.e
and vulae. an.i organne nut-h itistitutiotn as will
j emdile us
to rei, thp hxrict it will a he
IPatCOCll frOffl u- Of oji Mori active mJ cu
The Lafayette Courier ot Tuesday, thus eft
tails the cIoing scenes in the trial of E J Fahne
Ork, at hatayette. for murder:
At two o'clock this afternoon a larse ri!wd
.enabled at the Court House lo listen to the
goal caarsM of the Judeto the prisoner, aajd
i witness the last, god etociag scaoo ot the seooDO
i act f the bloodv drama Jasteaj Test, after
stating the verdict of the jury to the piiaouer.
called upon him to saj if he had ai.vthiug to
offer whv -eiiter.ee of dt-itli .1 :. te oasi i
upon him A teure 1'kc ttie urave pei vaded
the entire SOTillOlblj. when the prisoner, pale and
white a. mrble. aroe and atepped forw trd Bts
Ct tiieit ftOollBjioo did DOt forseiM . blear st tbV
perh'.p-' the most trvinp rei I of h.. whole life.
In a voice i lear and distinct, he took exceqtloo
10 the entire conduct of tho trial; I tint he
bad not h d a lair trial, that the jury kaftl esjajfl
tllowod to (.o and come trom their metis without
liuard anJ when thev went thua out of the court
rooui. they had overheard remm kr which preju
.kit., mem :ifriH..i mtn,tii.ii iuct nu uveii ci-
le üa d Ky tin- outeide ir-s.ure. n-,d so were
flue,:, eat in tlie-r ver.l.ct. th,t there h . bOea
urh prettsoiet existing tfainil h.m üu lo-
to; tbat bw bad been a.-.nie.l -evrral tunes
Jgaioet CUffMSd ny several parte st different
times, md tint much vain .ble testnnoi.v had not
i: i.t :.. i .i... .1 l . i . .
been rie:. which would
rave operaien in nts
fawne. lie said he bad b ine no mnUce against
Clifford and had therefore avoided him.
The an.-wer and . harge of Judge l est to the
con leitll e l was such a? to bring a tear to the eye
of many a alaiwart mau in Uta court room Kven
the prisoner himself who had throughout the en
tire trial bei'n a. cool a:.d el: po-- 1 s :
s;.ect iter, feit ti e power of tue awful moment.
and standing unsteadily upon ins leet, be wipeo
j the crest drops of prepiration from his fare
I He -aid the trial had been a fair o: e. that it it
had erred it hid beeo on the side ol mercy.
He p iid a tribute to the bi-h ability of the
prMtmere eounset, ta navmg uiDtaye marken
ability in ewr. Iu ' nit an t i-e. He warned him
not to look tor execuiive clemency, mr ; lace tii
es upon a reversal lv the Supieme Oourt
He would to God be had the power to set him
free and -end him home to his heart-stricken
I flber- Lut "e aa tboro to eiodicato the itw of
' tD ,rt, n' B,ut do bw dulf 'n OMosastpn ,
h.e mrr-l-vret the pr- - to prepare him-eU to
meet bit ti.d. and pronouueed sentence that
"you. E Iward Kahneio k. be remaudei to tue
county j.ii. and there kept, property secired.
until the th day ot M ircn. IStt when, ttween
the hours of 5 o clock in the morning an J 4
rck in the afternoon, you be taken bv the
proper officer, and privately hauged by the neck
unt:l you are dead; and may God hare merry on
While the sentence was being pronounced.
Boon's hearts boat like the ticking of a clock
There wa- no eipressior.s of sympathv, for all
felt that justice and humtnity alike called for the
life ot tiie pri-oner
At the -omm md ot the sher.ff, the prisorer
bavood, aod walking to bis chair, sat down Not
a ruu-e'e of his face moved, tu' cold and indif
ferent as Parian marble, he remarked, "Well,
suppose 1 must die, bsM I will die 1 ao a man."
The Delaoaro Gazette says that the beat
farms in that Stale are now sold for less tuonev
in paper than they would bare broflght ten or
.ws.ve years sgwi. farmari fear tbs ir w.::
. earr:X.e,' - Assisi M sSSl
KLt. OtlTft Or P.tKAGRAPIH.
Vfueu iftft ladf tiki spoon ? When ate
There it a ceutltaMfcl m B;ievo who haw an
idcoo of 365. 160, erfl.ü per pay, wUh a
'lute pocket-monet ritra
The ladie. of Buffalo wear tbe M Buffalo "
skirt, make f. that market It is loaded with
-l.eet lead Each belle in that drew must he a
Mrioflg burdfe to a mil
a i . i
.eTerai oi toe mos.
ipectabie rouud Sadie?
iu 2t'orl0affit i , M L
ed in tbe streets in the er
rceutlj beeii scia .
It i recorded ae a fart ef great eign.hcat.ee
that Urt Urant, ;Generl Orootji wile) arrived
at Wsshitigtou ou Thurdsj from Citj Toint,
where -he left Ulse io good health and spirits.
Meionirr' "Retrest from Moscow" a
pk-ture nine by twelve inchew, or thereabout
was sold recetitl? sold in Para for RJR frtnc.
I'J11 in greenback, with gol l at 200, to
An Eoglishman has taken the psina to
weigh i clothe ro hy s lady of eighteen, of
arerage?! ze, ind nysthe r weight is 14) pounds.
He thinka there ia no doiiht tbsyt by continually ,
carrying thin burden aboit them, ladies Waste
their physical strength
A retiel officer Lmprisooed on Johnsons 1
afhnd fare hirtti to a bov a few days since It
is naruiy necessary ro say mat ine orncer wns a
woman. The Saaduaky Regi.ter is responsible
lor the ",ory. the truth of which it nflirms
Some of the eir ot New York are making ,
an effort to reform the custom of late hours at
ovi ug ! t rt !, oh lest thep consider lujuriouo to
be .!!. st.'l bc.taty. A new modo of invititlon
ha h cn let
riew HVt ti-
. M'-y aiclicate bio t of ti c
Mr-. !mith will be iflad to re
ceive her tncnj- hetwecn the hours of eight and
The Federal and S ate tue m Ohi now
amount to too omiortthle little um of $65.000
000 a year Tht k i tai o SQ uponev. rv
voter, or head ot a family, in the State. It ia
rather OSpOneive to i uu iiie - t.' -t ovt rnmcnt Oil
- - I !ic I'll ! i'!c';,;,. i ! I- d ' i m n
that cttf , who lenorated
iron his wile, ptckeri
up his thine, started to leave tow u. cot drunk.
and was l tken up by the police and returned lo .
his home. Qo getting sober, betook a secon 1 ,
thtoigbt 'the - -I -r econd and concluded to j
Btftnd by the od flag to the last.
The Hwtford (Conn ) Times says it is 'e I
graphed from Washington that tbe treasury de
partment decides that, in a--essmg a special war ;
tax on ineoojos of lH', i, there shall be deducted
from the full amount of income not oulv the
b00 allowed by law, but hImj such Mim us w is '
paid for bouse rcn' Person - who ha ve paid a!
apooial tax un ler a different conaiructioii of the
law by SOtofttOffft, will be entitled to draw back
Mesrs. Ross and Thomas Winans coiilinue i
the building of a ship in the port ol L lo4wfJ ftf
ter the style ot the igarstCtntOT which they con 1
structed at ftpring Qardoo, Balüsaotsx At the,
last account, work had been Mopped 09 her
uiaiporarily on ftccoBOt ol the fftilore of Mr
K urburn to deliver the irn plates tor the hull, as
the contract called lor. Her length on deck Ml
over seven hundred leet, and she is txpectei to j
run twenty -five miles per hour, and cross the
ot em iu from six to seven days
The report of London inner that the iron i
clad Warrior fi a failure, ems to have been In
correct On being put outoi coinuii.s-iou alter a j
long craise, she thdroUgbTy examined and I
tbe account -av: " Vothing couös lie more sat
isfactory, eonsMerlog t e wtrk the builer- have
d n.edurtng the tlirt?e years and lour month- i
the ship's commis-ion.. Too mo-t minute in j
spectiou co.uot discover a lault in any part ot 1
the .ship's hull; the trainu and plating is as riid
as ever, and not a sinirle bjstauce exi-- 'tween
deckt or below, of a bit ol iron h ving given the
hundredth pari of an inrh."
A New Orleans cot e-pondent of the t'hica
go Times s iy:
I liave boMi credibly informed that General '
Lee' forcee, during his 1 ite raid into Mississippi, !
applied the torch to large 'ci.ule seminary iu
the vicinity of Liberty The budding. I have
been informed, coal $iö,0(0. There was in it, at
the lioje lit was burned, louiteen piano Tbe i
pretett lor this wantou deaUtstOjtioa of private!
property was that (Jol. Hodgo had made h's head i
quar.'cts in the building.
A Paris correspondent thus describe the1
mode ol coloring the hair red.
Would that dresaing and undressing were the
only follies of our womeul The mide now is :
for them to imitate the color of the empress' hair.
Wo laugh ( the courtiers who had operations for
imaginary fistulas perl oi med beeatso Louis XIV. j
ai so afflicted, an 1 here nil the wom-'ti are imi
tating the eftipress SpOSjieh w..lk and color of j
biir. I don'l wonder that so many people are I
dailv crried off to the mad boose the wonder is 1
lhal 5on,e 'ntrr r-irnnii.ioti hnahco jsjftN
1 rtnil wf not fued out against at all aad result in
! l ol ü-,nP i Cbareutoo whore the
1 a !,f'd; ,ni H WouH jroi know the
process by which jet black hair is transtoraaod
Kuldeii luir? F.,r our fair Jiitucs ol
c,,urt atlU ail OUT lorettc (thej rather began it,
I .&j!e.. L.f. t . . . a . e a s a a &
wnnce tneir neaiiti iui oiaea nur a- treeiT a- S
I re-1 head with you sanifices m'h carrut. Too
i wish to hear how the metamorphose is ob
': taitieiT At tbe nppoiuied bor tie candidate
i for goloftB honors enters her dressing 100m
j attired in a l ing white dressing gowu. Her
mir floats looselv over her shoulders, unsecured
! Of rotnl or pin the "artist is there He te
pins by seeing thai the hair i thoroui 1 ly aer
i .;ed. then he by decrees Hirs over the h
phut Of'waler' 'win-h probablv rnlla in
tion rorro.-ive uliiimate ur ome equally deadly j
poisoo), and he takes hair by hair and sAturat.
1 ! L. I. .. . a . . I . I i T I 1
; takes too hours. He all j tit teen
. - aim it.- w.utu utiu; one i'i i : le ouier üu l Ii.
m nu es rt
elapse, find then he souk- the whole h itf in ice ;
water, next he pui - aeocbor poial of his wacer' j
upon the hair, and kneaU4 iLe hair with his
hand. Another repife of quarter of .n hour '
i t:ive:i, wbteh is lotion ed bv -oiliitij; ti:e hetd '
ii ice aier, wh.oh ia sueceeirii by a uew phial
ol aatei Tntst pmceH take tao hours iiir
6lteeti mil. iitt- Baase Tlo- 'swvJsa then tartMh
tea tsilogs1 'gioosca.' boated to a high degree of
'inpeTitnre Thr t hirtiberciai i holda the ei d j
oJ her mi.-tre" nair, and the ;irtist' rave: Oack-
WhTiI Mtui t.irtrxni rht 'inr..ai' BritKin . ( c ut
, inch of hitir uwi, lhe hair b(.rom Md I
Thia end., tlie operation, which has listed five!
I hoQpjI( an(J leaTe. lb.1:(,v wj(h rH h . ftQ f
tolrnkbU h-aaebo. lawcted nerv, andhtv!
, ()()1((rs je9M jn k.t I see ergbtv dollar, not
ei?1)t? hunjfed fm
- rhffl , ...,; :
I w "iikiii it"
.,,1,,., m,,r m,,... rh u. ever ai.,1 t.ef.,r hr
- . v . i an VJ S a. T.-v wm i . r t.aaaaa v-' . m- ' Lß . i uu , a..
resorted to this method he was
money, bo e
( harlfvlon anil Us Harbor.
"II J W ," The New York Times" corres
pondeut with Co' MtLroRp's exchange fleet in
Charleston II tftx write- .
Oti TueMiav Iji t e ve--e.3 of Col Mulfonl's
Meet erosse! Char!eton bar and anchored within
ftesy mu-ket shot of the ruins of Fort Snmter
ruins, by tbe way, ajbicb are said to be staXttsger
in their present tau a a defensive work, that,
tbe tort was before its hape was marred by the
heavy artillery ot the ilorti- Ul.ind baiterie-
. r Ui ine !m..i,i w:..-i.' m e .f hi alu-itor w. j-
an aacelleotj view oi the city, wbuh is trt so
dtatit that those of ns who have visited the
: .? belo e the war. are unable to name streets
aid loeaKtiOP. ftkjfd in our COOcluiioOi by the
-; res jf St. Michael's and St Phillip's, sr. i the
-'! -t it.dir.c tower f the burnt Cttholic C the-
dral l he harbor is lined with batterle?, which j
are a plainly risible to the garr s n of our torts !
to Vorria Islaod MttMrjftre to us. and. there tore,
1 o not vfoiote the anet tv of the Hag of truce '
by soaking the fact public,
I'lun to Prolong: Lifo
M. Rubin, an eminent Frer.i h chemist, m a
mem r recently presented to the Kre:;oh Acad
emy ex; : .-(.- a bel:ef that the human life mv
oe gayoftftlj prolonel. and enters info Ait argu
ment to siww that his opinion is based upon
sound reasoning. He eires the result of his per
sontl oheerValHtt - or. th a. i tnd ; ropo-e- !
' 1 demonstrate ine truthlulnes of his po-i;iuu by
rtusi exoeriraenta upon animals stm lives are
f -I t do rat on His .r'umei.: ttüt tbe
aratral matter, which cou-titutcs an ingredient
ia mckst ot our food, after Um ca,t&nusüun( is in j
our arve-ns to incTuwt and stiffen the different !
- of the bdy, and IQ reader impeileet mataj
of the vita! rtroctpsts.
Lie ( ' i IT! rw linma,. Kaihit fit lumnei wii.-h
are alwavi kindled !ifa ex its onlv ia cosobue
Oos btt tk seashnsslen wfee weears is est
bodies, like that which takea place la our shim ;
oejs. leaves detritus or fftiWum vkich 1 feu!
to We To remove tbis. he woold administer
litSjc i I with ordiosrr food. This add it
kfümti to possess the power of romoviog oe4is
solving the iocraatatioua which form ou tboor
teHos. cartilages rd ralves of the heart. A
buttermilk abound io this acid, and is. more
ever, md agreeable kiod of food, its habitual use.
it is urged, will free the tern from the cause-,
srhieh ioeeitably cause death b: ween the eeveo
it fir h at)d ope hundredth esr.
Corner of Waihinyttn and Trnneuer Sirtrt.
nnnagrr 'lr. . SI. ft I Icy.
Thursday Evening, December 22d.
AMBITION, TOMB, THRONE, SCAFFOLD.
Ditncr liaa, Fanny Merrills
Pate Sf aaiiaioa. Ursa Olrcls and Parquatta, 5t' '
ce:it-; Prlrate B ae, for iix pT'"ni, ft6 Orchestra
Vii, if, iaoftS (tallery and Family Circls, II osotsft
CSildrrD h srma, all reaerved aeata "ic.
tssors open at a qasrtsr to cl k. Porfortaance
commence at ? o'clock preclaels.
PAarnOtTLAB NiXTICK. Tbo Hor.e Car- leave the
Theater ne. j e . -:;iu at tUe clgae of lb. pcrfwnaaoco.
f septa k vtnr. at a distance can rely aa tola
fWAK93S CFb criters, on Tueiday, Dec 30,
I r t a . v ! .a ark
at. inu ati.r.. ine owner can aave taom ny
prj iiqc and payiug ( I arae - Apply at ttis Ublea
of OAT R ft PRAT,
deiSi-dllt Indian spot is, lad I
FAIR AND FESTIVAL.
rilllK l.Hl! P.il'SBYTKRlAN ( IHM M OttMAII
I. will bM it Fair tm3 Fchtival at Manooic Uall, ora
Siiituy nit aiitiiritin, '.. .';; and i,
Whm any ..f ..ar cwucun art all tbe Hi 1 s"av Pre-
'": 1 ' 'air pncei, )y,teri. Ice t'ream,
Hot TonVe, Pr arbe and Cream, Ac.
Tickris '.nn--ivn SS cett". Family ticksts fOcent.
CBAJtLtl l.tSHalAN, Pr. ,
dseU tU CHalil.KS H FMLING, Sec.
AlfSÜAL FESTfTAl Or TUF I NIVFRS ! UST 1
Catrcfe an4 Sat)tath Petiool. at College Hall. Fri- I
U evening, lieceruher -t. ls Tua annual Chriataa '
-lial ol ;Le Lmv. -ht Church sod Sabbath School
bi h Id in CoUece Hall, so K iJay evening, Decrni
her xa. i-4 In addlt.on to other attraction, thrrs will
he a beautiful
I.ca-'ri! n ,th BTesrofi fsf the chllsren of th
The Usual d.-llrsries
si a ii v aa. .
seaaon will t.r herved i.p
on tli ooca-ien. f
Adruisi.:i fee, 10 cent. w
FOR iMX J"
Thursday Moniiug, December 22d,
4t IO o cloi K. nl
ff Vl Xorth M'rih$n St., comer of I'ralt St
U NSHiJNii IN J'AhT OK
Hall, Stuir, Parlor and oth-r Carj.tU.
oetable, I'arUrsnd other Chairs.
Caftl, Wnud and Cooking 8tov
Bedstead. Kxtenaioti Table and Coal Oil fampa.
Window Shade-., thi Paintings, Ac. Ar.
Al-o about pal busbela of cosl and f crd of aawe.1
wood. VVU. I r-KATUKKSTON,
1NII1N1 STATE IMVEKSITV
rililP: RUT ISMMHI I 'F THI PWIflHtl BK
1 anna on
Monday, tbo 2d Day of January, 1865
Au, rTiDkXTs of tbia l uiveraity are admitted run or
'UAK'IK rOH TV ITIOM.
The Term now c'osir.s ha barn a very proaperouts one.
J. D. MAIWKLL,
President of the Board of Tru;-tee.
&loutuinton, Ind., L)ec. 17, dec31-dtAwlt
I PK TORA L DOI BLK M MBER.
fyi:i phbi ifOLOOrCAl J u i;n ai .ajtoLutI ilits-
I TSAYkDu for Jaiiuary, ppr.r- Witt quarto
patrea, and a a-aut.iful illustrated cover. It aWSOftOM
NrtraHs i fletiKybon.Silhtuau, Sheridan, Cobb, Phillip.
Susanna Wcsleya niother of Ji.hn an Indian Chiet,
b ranz Muller, MisNrlunnins, M is Fury, the frtBOSSS of
Wales, Fioreace Wtfhftnf ale, a i ir up of Warriors Han
nibal. Juliu.1 eJeaar, 1'iaarro, Cromwell, Charles All..
Kre.irlt k th. lireat, Scott. Wellington aud Napoleon,
with PHVsiodKOMT, KTmruux.r.PHaaMOLoav, PaTiaoLoor,
etc. tto. t. Vol. 1st. Pnblished at 20 cents a number,
or S2 a r v M-,m,. KOWLKK T WKLLS, Brnaal
WSW, 5W Yo. daswl-ditAviaw
R0BACK S BITTERS
lihKKNBACKO iU 8001 HUT
ana. ii ks Ann bhtteh.
STO MAX" U H ITT BBS.
lea thousand bottler, sold In
ae month. Tte most popular
stomacb biltsra in are.
(iwod for aliueranarnitntol
tbe Stomach, BUionsne. I.irer i
They poaaesswonderful tonic
propertie, riving tone ts thv
appe'ite an i digestive orgaate.
Debilitated Kadleand seden
tary person will find In their
A wine glaaafnl before each
meal will remove IndtKeation
ar.d all liver diseases.
ICO It 4 BITTER.
Tfaey are better than all Pills. Powrfer and other
nauaeou, disagTeeahle compouada
ItOBtt K'K It I 1 I I. IC .
y can b taken without regard to diet. As an
appetizer they have equal.
ItOBMIi RITT EltS.
They ara prepared bj an oil and skillfal physician
from well-known veetahts resaedie.
WfaereTer known they ose become a seSerd faastly
-. reseller..:. remedy.
UOB4 uVM BITTKKi.
Try one bottle, and yoo w. 11 always ass thesa aa l e
Tamend them to others.
KOB.K K' BITirBV
U . KOBtt K Siele trearletor.
And conponnder or Stomach Bitters, Blood Partner and
: tod iftW, and rHuilWr and Trauafactarer of Catawba
and Swedisb Bratid-.er, an? all kind of theOneat don.e
- li-por, which are soM whcl"a'e or in any de re-'
quantity, st No 56, 5, Oft and 63 Fast Third street, Cia
For fale by Drarsr!'. aLd Pear ir. tfedk-ine every
where, and hy Browning A SI as.J B. Vi-keraDd W. L
BaKit A Da , in di an a pea it mi-J wiyftd-aw
TO ALL WHOM IT MM CONC ERN.
UprtCl Or CtTT CLKRIL I
:.sDAreLta. !.. December 14:h, ISOS.)
aOCM Ii HF.KKPY GirgS THAT THE RKSOLC
tion now needing before the Common Cococil of
i CiS of Iadianapcil-, to ästend the corporation lia-iuofsiidc-ty
oastviaka m St. Clair' addition and
j oe al .:ity of lodaaaapolia, waa, at
tbe ms'titi of the Ceomsa Council or said c.ty, ha.d so
tbs l'ita of iiecenaber, 14, taken up aad amended u aa
t.-.n lud-"al' the lots and tbs sasdivisfos thereof of
Wtti t H!r.' addiUvn t ;hs Citv of d.aali;,
wb! h -aid resolution, aa amended, ts new pending be
f.re Its Cauooo Council of saidctiy.
By iLrsetlo sf the Cetamoa CeaacU.
ODD FELLOWS' HALL
WK ,,S'VITK Ml'mtl. aTrr-TTMN TO Ofg
w w iart e arts attractive atork of elegant
RICH LACE GOODS:
Aud tnauy other new and beautiful SatUsSs bonbt n
Irrsty for the appr.achiuf Haddajf.
rw ANIi RLIGAH1
I'.I.ACK AND KA.NCT
BKAI "HFI'L KVKNIM, M1KS.
BLACK REPT & FIGURED BLACK SILKS,
VERY KINK FOR HOLIDAY I'RKSKNTS
Fine Uri w (iood, Fmpnk ( loih.
Vcllour, Scotch Plaid. Kobe
h Chambers, and French
r uK HOLIDAY PaRSKMTS
FOR LADIK.. DBtCl AND Cntl.DRFN.
F XJ R S ,
In Sable. Mink , Für. . Soinnel. and all tbs rheae li
Having had oar buyer In the F.sU for ome time past
Deuting ail the new and desirable style of gesso mita-
ole for the Holiday trade, we are pr-t.ar.d to offer our
friends and the put, lie one of the most attractive slock
of gutd ever esponed NT ?ale in tun city.
JONES, HESS & DAVIS,
CAM. FDR A CIRCULAR DKSCRIIIXG ALL
The sjmiioics uf Catarrh. ihej k .. r j appea-,
are at fir-t very stlght. rersons find tbey ha-e a csld,
ihat tbey have freaoant attack-, and ara more sen gs
to thr chaner of tempersture. Iu tlis eonditior. the
now may t r dry. or liRbt .li-charce, thin ard acrid.
arterwarda becosaiaft tun a ami avUiesive. Aa tbe disease
becomes rhroDT, toe dPlcbarge- are ir.rreaaed In qaftnti
ty and cbang.d in 'juality; they are now thick and beavy.
anil are hawked or c--oh.-d of?. Tae :r' loi - are T-
fenive,cauaiug a bad breath, tbe voire ts thick and na
sal: tbe eyea sre weak: the aenM of the smell 1 lessene '.
or d-troyl-. lieaftie- frenatly takf place. An. ibr
comsvsi ib1 mp.rtant symft'm of C Starr b Is, that the
person li obliged to clear hi throat in the moraiot of a
thick or slimy snacus, which hai. fallen down frosn he
head during tbe night . When thi tikes place the per
son may be sure that b's disease is on ita way to the
iung. an l -.botil l lo no timu t.i arresting it.
Th at ova are but few j tbe many Catarrh Symptocn
single Molt le will last sa. Tlontti
be uses! turn' nun dn
From Han. Thoma J. Turner, Kz-Member of Congres
from Ittsanil. late Sp.-aker of lll.no. Hoa-e of Rej r
aems!ive, aad Uraad Master of A . I Rftd A R. ftf
the Stat of ill mo is.
NoaSJOaO Oet,herl, 13.
Iis D. H. Ssklic Iier Sir. Io reply to your notiee of
the ISth inst.. 1 would say that 1 wa severely a3t.cte-1
with Catarrh for year-, wbea I became acquainted with
you and naagnt two Domes oi your Liqu:J catarrn Hem
edy. Before I had a el one bottle I was sSOafMy fte
provad. and before tbe second battle ws flnl.-hed, wa
completely cured. I can recommend tba meUicias to all
" ted with Catarrh ReipertfcHv Tour.
THOS. J. Tl
Dr. D. H. M lll li: CO..
ftout PaoraiBToas. Cbxago, Illinois.
AT WHOLES A LS BT
JOHN f PARK. .- CinrtBt1. O.
WM JOHNftnV Detroit. Mich
IialLT. KrSfKR A hVB Indianapolts.
Brttvr5iw.; A m.n Indianapoit
a Aivvl (aa aai ay all Ifen.. dacl2-dlyaC
DK. J. A. Ill 3llai l
Pr actis, ag and Coasatcng
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
No 10 rs.t WLi:.g-on Rtrrst, fup stairs )
"HTOfVe Hours S to 10 A M . 1 tc 3 stuf T :e S T M
IsT W i iloj
f v VTRD Order fur Fruit Trees. Shads Treaa
avsegraans, lira pawl a a. tlawwriag Shrsbs.
Roses. Dahlias aad everything in tbe aarsery lias.
rsrocuiar atieatlaa paid to tb aalec.ien or ass
WA O RIAal
closing out sales
A I THE-
20 dL 2
WEST WASHINGTON ST..
HUMR LORD & CO.
IS HIN I., KITIRE r RUM HCMMM SOW
sffar tSeo largw aS aptaaabS atark ef aavata
at !Vw reei holSale j.rlr, and many ganSa S
lea Feeling under obligation to tbe public far the very
largs patronage we bavs -eceivsal, wa ba caaarlwwsa ta
adopt tkU ni f vii mr prwultif t, tawre
ky glvlua thorn the advantage of taring their wod s
low as tee aasse can be bengal at net wholesale awtasa In
K-lemrt!ie Tbl i na flrtltnti rt, au-i we will ron
tlnae tbe a!e until tbe wbals t'wft ia c la -oat oat Wa
have BOO i, mr tbe lraet sad LmI aolocteS atoek
ovorkrosKht lo tkicllv.ruuaitiacor
( BS I I - grade, fvesa gH
PLAIN SILKS AND S,TI.
R .. hwtllhe aotd regard laa of tha roeoot great ad-
FANCY DRESS (iOODS,
la tiraat variety Dur buyer bHng at tho head of the
market darin tbe spring, La ssade rxtta effort lo pro
cura the ßnekt and motUfatbtonabi ta tbs markst. coa
petahnaj all tho lata
Iarin !Novtlt iN.
9PRAOÜE S PRINTS,
AM KHK 'AN PRINTS.
B MBROI DBR I ES.
HUME, LORD & CO.
L. LTJD0RFF &C0.,
i cnssoi TO
TWQWIMpfl oV LAHEY,
WHOLESALE DRAXKM IV
TAII.O I' THIMMINGN
Cents Furnishing Coods,
HATK Rr.MOVr.Ii TO
No. 32 South Meridian Street
JTTaTaat reeeleesl, at vtrr latrarw OaSw
ortmrni of i.ood, wfeHets will ftse
U ftt a man advance on e w Work
ACTOlf YOÜNO Proprtctajr,
FORM R ALT Of RASMViLI.R. TENFRR8RR
Sixth St., between Main and Market,
Mammoth Wholesale Grocery Store
Boom to Bent
WB ftawa haws thtaktag ef ballatiaf a vary la ga)
ra ss la aecasaasoaata aa eatanaiva wo.aia
f rswaej hsaasiss. sad waa 14 Rfte ta have the epesteoef
any paw who might waai to rest sack a assise, ia rater
Ifc t U D.s vf mh.,-.i
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