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- T AtS'rilar. a la ladua. drca'.aUcn m4 .rr! V .ti.r fpr In U Put. Ii lasrsfor ffr a4 vani Uwy U1 Mt flaJ slsswtsr. AgttKintnli tlil r.renlnf . incrpuTAS Tirr. An a. ä. c tTTt Tik.. rrT mctslm kib-' etk, xt w..kuft trrt. Open da, and algsL LOCAL NEWS. r2The wild iljront hive rotnmrnerd tVir tfgira southward. We consider thi to ! the aarUngrf r of the appro U cf winter. Mayor's Col-ict. Three rae ,f Intoxl.a Con were disposed of 1 fore Ilia IInor yes terday tyth usual fine f fO 4 rb. Ooc paid the cthr tno wtnt to jail. Twltt Individual, f.,r constituting an un lawful aerntdae, were fined 1 TOeaeh a Good. i.vJ ratinz, irood cheer, and good accommodations are aome of the feature of tha r aimer llouv. It Is, therefore, a rood Ilotel, and, aa a natural ronuenw, !t eijoy a 4T0od patronage. aiATTRrASM. Tim contract for mtklntr Buttresses for the u of the Inmates of the county Jail for the year wit yesterday twarue,! to Mr. Miry Clune. Tho price al lowed 1 3 2T per mattress. VjT Thank 1tlng Isr waa Terr eenerallr oWrie! throughout the cltjr. Indianapolis Waa a quirt anl orderly aa the Sabbath. The only exception that wo now think of waa our neighbor of the Journal, who went right ahead If totally oblivious of the occasion. A bad mlocnce. . ss. Excurmo!. The atcamer Oorernor Mor Ion" win make an excursion to UroaJ Hippie, on tfunJay afternoon, at two o'clock. The fine and coay tUimor Ii la excellent trim. The waUr ia LL thanni 1 i of ample depth. There la, therefore, every reason to Justify the pro- "um i a pleasant lime. ea KKOOVkky or Stolen Goods. Policemen Xhirall and Wilson, day before y eater day, re- overcd t portion cf iho kwJ, itolcn from the clothüi? atore of A. J. Ut-ratocr. laut w,k They found the good in bouae vn the cwm-r m .... er uwrtfU an I AlabwnA itrwU. We have wt lea, nI of nay arrust beinj made in the prt-talac. lLaKKtAliS L.ICK:-.. TU following haTe Ufa iaaucd I7 th-. C'ciuitj Clerk Ine our hat rrort. AVllliam Hcury 1 tow man and Nancy E. Cyx. John K. VA and Jlartaa A. 1'ivrre. John V. Maddcii aud Ueorina Cox. - JoM-ph llt-nry and t.b lltlt. lltnry tl)h aud I.izy IUmb. Adr.ui öjiuaaud Diautha lire wer. . Jotathau U in.low aud Sarah lioidwln. ilAru-a Outte and Caroline H'eter. L. i K-ind and Luima L'alJn in. . IUcrnioxa. TheJVthlodiüna Vtteran Vol unUtr, ÜJ men and 25 odci ra, cointn:tndod by LU Col. S. C. (lrrj;ory had its reception jeateTdaj. The tfuih Indiana had it. rect tion u the iljy previous, (Thanktglvin day.) Oovc ruor HaWcr male the rocvption apvedi in bothcaaca. Chaplain Lozitr read avtiio ma chine pottry at the nroption of the ürit uaiu d regiment, we are not uro wh.-tlu r thelatU r waa atmilarlj lortd or uoU IJctli thoc rc'i mcutahave greatly diitinjjuMiod thnutelve and a want f .e prevcuti u from civin'r their detailed hi torj. 1:01.3 Authony Ltibkinj? et al., citizen of Warnn township, yntrrJay fil.d a etitl.n Ufore the Hoard of County t'ommiioiuri aakiii the vacation of a ro.id in that ton n-hlp. The lioard appoint a viewer, John V. Mc Vry, Jaxnca N. .Mc Vey and (Soors W. I'arkt r, who are to meet at the Ilire of E-ki. Neuland, in the town of Cumberland, on the 2lih day of Janurry, l-rOJ, and tht noe proceed to make the required vl-w, and report their opinion aa to tao Utility f the propoacd vaeatliu. to tlie County Iloard at their next wolon. Ucxtlcmkx. Moritz, Uro. & Co. are g n Ucmca. Th-y haTe a Üne vutc of propriety, litre I a caae in po!nt. We called in upon them the other day. Mr. Strain ducovcred that our gloves like the tub of Danaidr i, were full f hoka. In a twinkling wo wer made glad by the gTatuitou boitowmcnt of a pair f manual covering of a littlo bctU-r quality taan any that ever graced our di?iu icfore. . Moriti, Dro. Co. tlo buinc at No. 3 Black ford'a Block. Their stock of ready-made lothln; la complete. Their cutter I a pro. flcUnt In hi lino. We don't kuow where to direct the cuatomer If not toMoritx, Uro. A Co. LiyCOR Lickxsek. Tbo following licennc eell Intoxicating liquor were granted by the Board of Commiaaionera during the present week: Renpat ItoUrt, Jlannony Morria, Michael Vanlllarlcum, Locum March, DaineyerJl Iewald, Richter A WeU-h, Hanlon Jt Welch, Iiracl fetern, Jacob Wachstctter, John J. Shlcl, Conklin MoBride, Charle S. Miller, Frede rkk lUUt John linnet, hola Blaes, XaTler ileyer, John Archbold, Andrew Fahr bach, Benjamin Oreah, Thoma J. Montgom ery In the cae of the application of O. W Jobn.ton, Übadlah Harri, al., filed a rc mo&atrance, and the caae will be heard hy the Board uTueaday, at 10 o'clock, a. m. A re tnohatraoce ha been filed in cae of the appli atlon of Jona Wenncr, and the cant will te be arj a next Wednesday. Comtxtext Disputaxts The Juvenile eUiUricf two of our city Journal have been maintaining a apirited nosological dicuion for lereral daya. The particular disorder to which they have been confining their learned argument la what ia technically called r$ori ai Sj,teii. It haa turnod out in thi dl cuaeioa that both cmtleiucn are admirably qualifled to eIto a clear Utonient cf the na ture cftaia pruriont affecüon. Bothaprceaa to the proper treatment, although they differ la regard to it orthography, indicating that their experience cn Uie aubjoct ha born alike txtenaivc, and that their knowledge cf the particular cutaneoua.abnonna1,phyie.l condi tion, yclept ia the book r$orU$i fi,fteni$, and known la lc refined circle by too very apt name c f Itch, haa not been derived from book. Thee gentlemen deserve to be complimented ta thia eae for their brrance of the trite aphoriam: Alwaya confine your remarks to that about which you pov a knowledge." Tux Coi'STr Asitum. The up tint, nd ent makce his annual report aa to the condi tio f the County Av1ubj for th Indigent. Frcm It we extract the fellow Xuratx-r of Inautcs, LmluJIo, a - ill number who have Veen iUavharfHl dnri.ig the year, tare hun lrtd and thirty-fi vc; number a.lniitt d daring the year, two hundred and fiftj-cSht; U.ru at lhc.VTlran!uri3taejcar,tcn; tit f jrtr- aa- Tb utility of the iumaU received during the year 1 a flows: Indiana, fortv- lx;(uv.rgiA,Hr; Al.ibiuii,seen: Xev Y rk, ' sen; Ttnnrssoe, thirteen; nneetieut. one; Virginia, three; A;k.iBs.ts, two; Kentucky, twenty-tite; Xew J,rvr, three; Rlmci. two; Iowa, one; North Oarlin. tn; M iinpi, one; Michigan, one; Louisiana, three; Ireland. tUrty.lhree; tnnaay. twenty; England, 'i -Mexi.-o. .nc; wukn. wu, utn: Afriea, ( uurtien. The Mu-crintciident earnetlr recommends his rrr,H ... . m: i . . , ' , H a rrpsTi an addition to the Aviur. f a j tuen an l Uiniiig-rovUi to the t!rt ifnrr. and 1 in kit a cnapcl to the sevnd torr. TL roof of the t f of the s leaky, j ftsKtiini: an entire im-w res f. "tlSfttl,. MXTROI-OLtraN Turaikc -Mi eon's rt tunetil waa atu -ude.J .y a . Thcmtte house, and l an. h n lady's ex et Uetot at tle. wapr.vu.e4 lu that "The Crlclet' is alwr a faonu anJ i Hls Thompson ha gcuerallv l-eeu rw zui,... - . on. Cf the beat expon. nt ef the charter . f ' Fanchoc" now cn the stag... The piece will be rrj-catcd t.Mdht, and j ,, , m' nd Jlmlrt f the Indianapo with Mi- Thcmison aa " Little 1 .date.- and i v"r I'.u.'n ',,,n : 1J,n,.-f.!b .v .. . . V i v i. i . 1. "r'-,,n. naims i.f etHcer of the I nited IheejeeUcnt manner In sshkh It Is put upon Mate hnvrmm-ut; name r.f ofilcer cf the Lte itJsC, It paenta ao xaaaj ts.inUtf attrae- jxl ' "l01: ectdt-a, cf the Hckald. OMUMltiulrctBOt Lh.giri of,he.jto IiiijTSii IfcsraWI crowded .eutsv. a.d OeJens, and Tart" rilieT Zinu Tue Ilrrscw TtMruc-Livw or rr CcRxr. Stotf CrRrvoMn Co?xr.cTri THfREWfTlI. Thurf lay, Th irk1i Inz dav. wa a great day with our Ira lit. i-h HipuIa- tin. It bad lrj duly j.tiMihil in the Ilrn- ALI, arrrml w-ek ago, that, on the Tth cf VwiiiUr, the Hebrew OnregatioQ cf thi ( city would i-rf.nn the rtrriuny ofla)lngthe rorn-r t'n f their new ynajrue, in pro cc cf erection on Market trf t, aeecyrding to theery andrnt rtMtm albn-Iin uhocca- IfTi. r.xi:kci!r-H at thk t tr.rks acix. Notwithstanding the in -l-tnenry f the WfathT, a hre audUnre had aM-mbled at the Tal-mrle, at half-paot on uVlnek, coia- trM-tl a niu h cf jt UU rt a ccnniiuiicanta of thf f hur h. Tlie exerH-- at the TaUma cle were a f llowi; Flrt, Mui; by the Hand. N.ni, An Addreaa to the Throne cf firvT, by the Ilev. Dr. LilUrdhal, cf Uneln- natl. Third. KnjHnr hy ' the fh'-ir: and. Fourth, An Oration by Uv. J. Wechsler, Minister cf the ronxn k'ti"n. The oration wa a Cnlohed and highly rreditatlfl prcMliiction, lx tray inj creat erudi tion on the part cf it author, both .Scriptural and profane. 3Ir. We hler paid a glowing tribute to our free Institutions, and eulogized the spirit of toleration whh h enter 0 larjely Into the framewerk of our political structure. He spoke of the ateadfatno of the Hebrewa throughout the world, and thrlr unyielding faith; how they had utood aerencly amid the crumbling fabric of renturie f uprrstition, unmoved by.thc fear of oppression or ternr of martyrdom. JudaUm had outlive! contemitoraneou f reeds and had survived the wear of a?e be causo of of it orthodoxy. It wa a life-givinjr spirit and did not propose to torture or terrify men Into its standard of orthoIoxy. JudaUm had been periteruted, but the day of Its i-reeutlon is pat, and henceforth thow who should uphold Its tenets would have lea of obloquy to encounter than they w ho through good and evil, through sunhine and storm, had been true to the faith of their father, and had preserved for prcmnt generations the glo rloua religion whieh, three thousand yearaao, had made the Holy Land vocal with the aound tf religious worship. The oration of Dr. Wearhlcr wa throughout emlnt utly a national and patriotic effort, exhibiting much research an J stuily of our ij stem of Government. Ka nattcism find no place In Mr. AVeathler mind, and the key-note of his remarks were its Democratic Institutions and Its broad libcral- lim. We hard no apace to make the eTtrnJ.nl notice of Mr. Wrschlcr's address that Its mr-nt require. tub crRK.Moxir.is. At the conclusion of the oration the pro- eeiwlon waa formed and marched to the hite of the new rhurcb, where was performed the ceremony of laying the corner ktone. The interest at this stae wn very reat. and the crowd of spectators larjp, not only fUlimr up the apace around the foundation, out from the adjacent fences and building a large crowd of spectators v.itn'wd tho pro ceedings. After rrayer by Kov. J. U'echkr, Mr. II. Bamberger, lresldent. read th following hi tory of the Hebrew Congregation cf ludisnn lli : It i now aoinothin over nine year that the Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation ha In-en established. On the 2d day of Noemler, KV, tho flrt ine'ting was held, the conirn-Kation organized, and a constitution and by.j.twa wero atlopted. The lirst ortit r eleetetl were: M. Woolf, Fre-ident; Pr. J. M. Rosenthal. Vice President; Max Olisor, Treasurer; and Ad. I essar. Secretary. It commenced it ca reer with alniiit twelve inrmlMTa, and had. like all young congregations, to struggle hard for cxUtenc during the first year. F. very thing nceary for a congregation hau tolM'proi thsl for, and it required much zeal and devo tion of o few mcnitxTs to lc sueeessful. But, where there i a w ill there is a war, wa prob ably v trifled here. On Dt eemU r G. following, a committee was apiKinted to secure a suita ble pi.cc tf ground fr a burial place; the committee, however, could imt succeed In ne gotiating for stich, until July 7, 1SÖ7, when tho congregation purhaed two acre of gmund. very eligibly situated, and shortly af terward had it fenced in and iitl-d up appro priately. The "congregation wa the first nine months without a laini.t. r, and had no l ace for li vine worship. On the 1Mb day of September, KjT, they engaged the acrviee of Mr. Ib hr man a Reader. Soon afterward, fit the ensu ing holidays. Divine worship wa held in a room iu PI. ike's Block, which proved, howev er, entirely Inadequate to the wants of the congregation, w hose membership had In the nieantiiiie increased to eighteen. At a meeting held In May, InV. a committee w a appointed to procure a suitable hall for I i itic wor ship, and the committee succeeded in jrrtting a leas? for ten year of a commodious hall in Ju dah's Block, where the congregation I now worshiping, had it handsomely litted up at a considerable expense, and It wa publiclr ded icated to the service of the Most High on Oc tober i, l. Rev. Mr. Behnnan having left the city, Rev. J. Wechsler wa elected Minis ter, taking charge of the congregation Sept em be 1, lvV, and continuing in ortice for three successive years. During that time the con gregation got along smoothly, sometime losing and aouietimes gaining a" few incmlers. Rev. J. Wechsler established the first school for tho instruction of tho Jewish youth in religion, a well a other tranche of knowl edge, and this aehool Is to-lay In successful operation, and attended by some fifty child ren. During the year ISCl.the membership of the congregation decreased rapidly, and In July of the same year, there were but niue paying members left. ITiese few members were not able to pay an acceptable salary to a minister. Bev. J. ech!cr left, and the congregation was a few month without a spiritual leader. In PticeinlHT following they extended an unanimous call again to Rev. J. Wechsler, which, owing to other engagements, this gen tleman could not accept Rev. Max Mose was elected, and entered upon hi office in Febru ary, l"sG2. The congregation gaining new members, advanced again, not alone InMrc ngth but also in the ealc of iutelhvt ami perfec tion. In July, l'sSS, the American Prayer Book was adopted Instead of the old form, and a choir organized. Rev. Max. Moses resigning, the congregation wa for aome tiinenir iin with out a minister, until May lt, when Rev. Dr. Kaliah was dec b-d. At' a mee ting held in the uie month, a eemtnitb-o waa appointed to lay the burying ground out in family lots, place a more substantial fence around it, and beautify the ground. Thi wa done, a pood many lots sold, and to-day the congregation tan beast of a ccmetry well answering iU purpose. Further progres wa made In the internal ar rangement of tho Synagogue, the same being renovated at considerable ex pense, and a rae 1 cJ eon purchased. Reform and progress had become the watchword af the oongregatiou. Rer. Dr. Kalish resigned hia position on August 4th. and Rev. Dr. Wechsler waa again elected. The congregation having now forty member, f. It a strong deire to obtain a house efworhip of it own. and on tv toberltth a committee was appointed to obtain suhserip- non ior mai purKe. , every go.nl and creai worn na it uithculty, so also hire, lhe C00.I work was. however, dilijrentlr iur aued by the committtv, and every member and many who were not iuemNr, eubacriUtl for the good undertaking. On Augut .tli 1 building ctmmitts, wu full pwer fur ac tion, was appiuted, and this evmmittis;' ha purchased the present lot, whereupon we, with the he'n of trtsl. hoic to erect our new Temple, and of v. hich we lar the corntr tone to-dav. Th( building rimmlttee conslts of Mesrs II .S. at I . mm iann ergcr, 0.111, ?. iio nilial, M. Mer. .vir. ecbsier. A. Ha. J. Sulonion, Fox and Jost'i'h Maver. Mr. Hod 'son f thi nty i the architect." The congregation has to day n.Ty-Kur menioer. ana 1 in a healthv eouuition; has a schaol at which all the brauche of a good Hebrew, Oeruun and Kng lih education are taiurht. and at which two tearhcrs are employed, t mly live of tlie eri - Insl memter retnain tolay. The prevnt vth.-et are: ll. BamtsxTgcr. President: J Mit -bei. Vice-Pnid nt; Fox, Treaurrr; 1'. Nt wuian, Sn-rttrv: Levien. VA . f B. i Jic. Woolf. Jost j h M.iyr ami S. Konthai'. Trustee, and Mes-r. F M. Hy, Ii. n and t rioieiuau, i ru.uv. cv uier 1 the present ruiniUr. The reading of t! historical ad.Iri s Ik ing finishes', the time honored o reiuouy of laj tlie curlier tone was next en the programme. The (VPSmT box. IX lUelle Ion j, four Incht s w id- and four inches deep was lianded by the rreMkiit to tb ic lYt-s4 lcnt. wl.o next i pased It lv the ti o oldest mtulrs cf tlieis.n sticn W ho prscdl todejvsit the Vlilc in t he corner st.ni- w it h t he usual c n mni of jMl.rin . ht.nv1 ln,. oi wiw ,,, t,,rn. N( Kr.. t). rr..w.t thst hut a iimtnr iti i ' v umlr wer aid.- la witn this j..rt i f . eceremouT. I he following are me OONTECT Or TnX DOXi Th-' K x deposite.1 in the corn, r stone eon ' tainl the follow in? article: ! Yintltution cf the l'nited State; Is-clara- ' tlim nf In. I. rn .ln.si Wahili?ten Fare. dlana;ConUtutton and By-law cf the Con- efat is. ii r.nsfit nfisitk m,l ltr.!M ft i.f A hflh im A"1r o. ,.st j, ti. it. it.; iniiiiiuoH aiui Ü1?"' ' r Indiana Capital Idge. N. . I. O. IMiA" i Ä and Bydw ef nn Bachelor AH-iation: The (Ttfln ling exrrri wer- h ! 1 at tbe Tabernacle, in coreqrnre rf th- ln-lm'tiy cf the weather, an were a f Hows: Dt. 31 usie by the Band. d. 11 inn by th- t"h"ir. id. An tlo-juent Oration by tli R. . Dr. UU enthal, of Cincinnati. th. Muie by the V.vui. 5th. iwsh by Hon. Paris C. Dunning. Oth. Psalm bT the fV.ir. V. ne.li. ti. n br Dr. Wtchsb r.snd then th ' au li adjo'irii'sf, after the uust intere-tlng o.-.-i.,n in the Ifr. brew annil t( thi ity. un the nturn (f spring, labor will 1 resume. I on thf Temple, and it w ill t tinish.'d during t!- a..n. It ill be a beautiful and ub-tnitia building. and I no less an linprowm.-ut to th.' city, th?.n a comnietitary n the n:t rg) mi.I enter. rif cf our II breW- iopulatin. m I. Jl ('. R. R. A ehvn,'c cf time on tbU ptp- ulir rod Is announ'tt! in and after nest Mf-n-dar. Sf time table in a thf r niluinn. Issdlisauspoll ICrlitU .VlurUel. coaitcrtD 1 0. a. not t A aro I reus, rata fx. . esocsajrs Java Coffee, r lb tO Eis 3 do . ..' 33 to 36 Tas 1 i) tS W S?gsr( atAo'srl fcarJ. t .20to 23 .1 to ) .... 1 75 .... t &o .... 1 40 .... 1 50 .10 toll ..10 to 12 .... 1 00 .... A,) do Svift CruhM . do Brown ....... tjnj, CuHtv, per gl i. ..... . 4o lojir lloae 5. O. UoUwe lorgkom Molcs rsOTKiosa id rioor, per tl do Buckabaat, per li Cora Ma?,bol'J, ptr tadi nm, Sogar Cursd, pr lb. Clear Bid, nil' k4 Shoulder, do Ü0 Lard, atr 30 Bultar, Cholc O KäK, per dot.... - 40 Irish Pslato, par bab ROc to 1 00 St de A J 50 Oatoo do t 15 to 8 00 Turnip do 73c. to 1 00 rortrar asp oawb. tro4Tark7, psrlb Hf 90 4 CUckn 23 to to Bocki, pr pair I 00 to 1 50 Osom 7J qaIrrU. splec lUtblU ls 23 Tonlaoo. pr lb SO Quails, pr do a oo üjitsri (XI) psr csa 1 83 do (XXX) ptr cu l 81) racrrs. Oraogtipsr til. CO 00 Lossona do box fa to 10 OO Apple per III-, Choice... (3 30 to S 00 PruDi, psr lb 25 te 40 CbarrWa. Drlod........ 40 Pacb, da S3 AppUs, do 15 to 31 Cranbrrlatportbb. fti to Indiana poll Ctsurch Directory. For the bcnctlt of visiter, members of tho Legislature and ethers vvc npiend the sub joimsl directory of our chun-he. DAI'TIST. 1st Baptist Corner of Pennylvaida and! New York streets. Pastor, Iter. 11. Day. , African Baptist On Missouri street, Ulvveen ', Ohio and New York streets." Pastor, Kev. Mo- I a a a S se iiroyai. CATHOLIC. W i ! til'..!- I cv. tfcuu i-oiiviouKia ueiwceu, illllioi una Tennessee streets. Pastor, Bev. A. Bessonie. St. Mary's-Marvland stn-et. between IVnn- syiiuuia ami I'eiawarc. l asier. Kev. Mni.iii S I . SI . a. ... Sicerist. CIllU.'-Ti AN. Christian Chapel CoriurD. la ware and Ohio streets. Pastor, Klder i). A. Burgess. EPISCOPAL. Christ Church N. K. corner Meridian and Circle stm ts. Pastor, Itcv. J. P. T. Ingraham. i tJrace Church Corner Pennsylvania and St. ' Joseph streets. Hours cf nerv ice 10 a. m. and 4 p. M. Jsundav S-hwd v. M. Bev. M. I V. Averiii, Uector. i OEKMAN EVAXGELICAL. ' (lerman Kvnngelieal On New Jersey, be twecn Ohio anl Market streets. Pastor, Kcv. ' J. M. (Joiner. lK-tween Illinois and Meridian. Pastor. Kev. v. ..... .v... V'il Vl.l' LVVt Herman tjuinius. GERMAN REI OR.VI:i. (ierman Beforme! On Alabama street. W ! tween Market aud Washington. Pastor. Bev ', M. C. I. Mem. ; JEWISH.' -e. j Synagogue In Judali's Block. corner Wash- j ineton and Delaware. Babbi, Dr. J. Welsch- lcr. , IRIENDs). On Delaware, comer of St. Clair. Minister, David and Hannah Tatum and Jane True - blood. CNIVEKSALIST. In College Hall, corner of Washington and Pennsylvania streets. Pastor, Bev. lt. F. Fos ter. On the N'. W. corner of Meridian and Circle streets. Pastor, Bev. N. A. Hyde. CONGREGATIONAL. C.VITED BRET n REX, On the corner of New Jersey and Ohio streets. Pastor, Bev. Thoraas Lv ans. PRESBYTERIAN". 1st Church X. E. corner Market and Circle street. Pastor. Bev. J. H. Nixon. 2d Church . W. corner Market and Circlo street. Pastor, Bev. H. A. Bdson. 3d Church Comer of Illinois and Ohio streets. Pastor, Bev. U. C. Heckman. 4th Church Corner of Market and Delaware street. Pastor. Bev. C. H.Marshall. fth Church New Jersey, between Washing ton and Maryland streets. Pastor, Bev. (.'has. K. Kuester. UniU-d Presbytori ans Ohio street, Ik tw een Pennsylvania and Delaware. Pastor, Bev. O. Small. Bcforroed Presbyterian Rev. J. Crozirr, at the Court House. METIIOHIST. Wesley Chapel S. W. corner of Circle and Meridian streets. Pastor, Bev. W. MeK. Hes ter. Kotiert Chapel Corner of IVnnsvlvania and Market streets. Pastor, Bev. A. S. Kin nan. strange Chapel Tennessee street, between New York and Vermont. Pastor, Ilev. J. W. (Jreen. Asbury Chapel South New Jersey street, tetwecn" South and Merrill streets." Pastor. Bev. F. C. Holliday. Trinity Church Corner of North and Ala bama street. Pastor. Iter. W. J. Vigu. Oerman M. K. Ohio street, between New- Jersey and Last. Pastor, Rev. (Jeorge Brenn- nig. African M.E. Georgia street, let ween Canal i and Mississippi LüTITERAX. Fnglih Lutheran Corner cf Alabama and New York streets. Pastor, Bev. J. A. Kun kleman. (icrm an Lutheran New Jersey street. K twtsn Washincton and Maryland. Pastor, i;cv. cnarics r rick. j Sen ice are held in all the above churches j at 10-30 A. M., and $ P. M.,with the exception f . the Catholic Churches, which hold Service at i A. M. and 3 P. M. Friend' Church every I Sabbath and Wednesday morning. BUSINESS NOTICES. - IlamUnsVIIaM-hlff have removed tluir a 4l . . . . 1 " T . 1. Nr.rtli lllt nois tnet, rppoMto Il.vtos IIiuo. novl 2i:l Ties HfxsreU Ca IP SUIn IKootj. 'ir sumlar. forlarce an.J r,u!l l.oy. new arn-, aii Lours; 1. HhgooJ. are fn-.h. and Klrtcl val, at May. N. iv N.rli. lVnnsyIv:u,u ' xvith tfn at carv; ü. Iii siju-thc -G.MenMcr-aU ' tar." ii.l.v.utJ.e seen. nlm DontFall to m the l nier (ioverncr j Morton. Or t! II. M. Soowell iu ecmniarul, , will leae the wharf rvrwl to-iu.rrö. II.- sure an.! I time tÄted. Clly Itath House Itropnrl Hot x U LI KaTMS. No l ain will.lK sparexl t v tlif proj'rif t.-r to rir 3tifscti n. ' til ing hi.t pure M-a T.tr nil! be ue l. r.oo.1 brtnT h.p Iu t'.'uneetiwii. lVarl tret, U twifn Iilini is anl Mir.di.in. Oh! the Splrniliri 4s I II jtit rv- ivI at OI North llhuio strret. nn.l tho new hxl$, : Uk. n. and see tho new U, k. Uday, and ! f t one if those '.reut, ih r Cuke-baviet, ' . 1 1 . I . . . .... siir K-e uri:ers. eia.. rtven Olli Uaily to j ptirchv r if lv.ks. .v-k ; our fi lends who j haesisited thi ftallihmint. and t tluir' rift, ttft ti-i!ar an. I ret a t .i.-V r.nf rf tl,., n..- 1 m 'Hie K'Ii-rlr.,SiiiJitite name, at and tf finer Vnniliar nn. en .leirin - 1 . a t T V. 1 , m ... . . . 1 lucuni' ei irieniintp an-i tue rirese ! tf afffth n. H..v titly ehA- n.thcn, Is tho j srord as applied ty Geeryr Hh idius to h!l far- ' famed rtaMihment, suid thrice Lai r V i he w ho has learned the war to the r,-A -. x. I ir,' and uueiceptlonable resort tho I Plaaosi al Itaibam'a. corl&.2ia A lotilfr IM-lHlr! I-inttry.... pa r cf I'rnVert's .Jcutle Je, e -art Krt n- ' cjlf P.mit. .'.1 y R. F. l.. No. I North P. nn.xl '. tn is -tr. t. 'or I lie Holiday. - r.tn. I inj 1 ' ru 11 ,n:,T,f ,' luir li.1Tie. N 1 iJ'lo, Cabint(r-; g.;U', Atttomati. srgar., s i;o, rgan and Mt!o.ens, th l-t and t'ie cheapest, at In li- a:u P'ntn Warir tn. No. i Ba!-s IIous.. I 4w Wit I. tl!I A- STowr.i u. - , .,Hnlaii.-ir..,iM 'ioernor Morton" will make a grand t. ur- ,l,u up th- riur to Bro,l Hippie Sunday. th- 1' th of D-'-emlMT. 1 ... The 'teimer will Slcnmhoaf IIxcitrlo:i.-The st, v.nr lcac the landing, at the f,t cf Wavhin-t. n J street, at tvso o'tl.fk l M., precisely, city tijiie, Thdar lx ing shrt, it i tuvessary b slatt at t!i- time adverti-d, in .r!. r t' st.l t nturn U f..re djrk cf the same d:ty. Th" l-at lining ucn reiiiit-ti an-i nuioui.si, wit'i th" i addition cf n -w iiiaehinerv and wlotl., will! p. -sitlvcly Mile the entire trip in af- h, and 1 with sH-d heretofore unsurpassed b any vel that tver run the waters cf White' Rix er. Fare f r the round U fifty c -nt-. NtC-VF.M , Maste r. Bt'TrthiKi.i, "! rk. SI S SSW 'ITis ."orlliSTs.lrrn ivorllon of the city is Improving; very f.it, while Willlains Ac Durbin's tirocery House is beeoming the prin cipal feature iu tho busiuc way iu that b calily. It Is located cn the comer of Illinois and First streets. Tho proprietors ak an ex amination cf their stock cf staple groceries, pro ision, game, etc. ItVlIgloti .olI'. Ib v. B. P. Foster w ill preach in Ccllege Hfll, t-iuorrow morn ing at half past ten o'clock; also In the even ing at heven o'clock, subject tv evening " Biptlsm.M asl OS. IjUiicli! I.iiik'Ii! I.uncli! An ele gant Lunch will be set at No. VII South 1111 nois street, from half past nine o'clock to half pat ton c'el(H k, a. M., every day. Please call. - John P. Fnns.Ku I.:iilieis lUtni IllglfCiit.vtry heavy scle, goat skin Balmoral Boot handmade said to lc the best lot of kho, of this descrip tion, ever brought to Indianapolis, came yes terday to May', No. 10 North Pennsylvania street. m Volwltlifctjiiiitin.; all the blow ing and gassing atont Immense stocks of Furs, and this house er thathoUs selling cheaper than every body else in that line, w e wish merely to keep it before the people that Scatou, near thö Post Olllcc, ha a full line of ladies and chil- d n ns' für, fur hoods, skating cap, fur col lars, kid. buck and fur gloves, wolf, fox, coon und buffalo robes, umbrellas, etc., as cheap as can be bought in the city. (Jive him a call nt Dav is' old stand near the Post Otlice. 7 J Notice. llereat tor nu iH.rson will be ad mitted to the Soldiers' Home for the pur peso cf making, collections. Panl. Macaultt, Colonel A- Brevet Brigadier Oeneral, Commanding Kkln rarrackl, Deccmlr 0, lfcw. as. 'lTio Wecker 11 a uo. at the Indiana j pi,..,,, r,lllMiri,iuiVft J liste Hont. Wilt ar.t ! UiiH,rluni-Ä0.4 Uatts lions. lllard ! tV !?loWl '"' decO-Jvv or ?sale, at a isartfalii, my rcsulcncc cn North Illinois street, contai'ig nine rooms, stable, carriage house, corn, coal and wood hoiibc, well nnd cistern, all in good order. Ai- ply at residence or to mo at the corner of 1111 nois and Ohio streets. O. D. Wit.GUS. aWaSJ SaSSi I'hotoraph A 1 limns of evcryarie ty und price, at Parsons, Macatley S: Co.'s. i-C Vi West Maryland street. SSM I tlnselopov, Illank Hook, Ltter. , . . . . ....... I te. Lap aud Bill l'apers, ut ParsmN4, Macalley it C'o.'s, 13 West Maryland street. 4-o Cuiicclllus Staiupsi, for sale by Bausons, Macalley & Co., 4-6 Vi West Maryland street. SI Wanted ly is Young; .Man cf tducu tiou, a'cd twenty-two, a situation as Assistant Bookkeeper, Kntry or Cp)ing Cltrk. Can 1 furnish good references. Address K. C. C. Care cf Mr. F. Cunningham, Hi:ram Of lice. 5-4 as. IiitercatiUa,- lo HolclIers.We are Informed that in consequenee of the death of Colonel James W. Stewart, cf Terre Haute, Indiana, the furniture, with a three years lease of the Stewart House," formerly Buutln House, will te offered for sale by Colonel Bobert B. Stewart, for a few days only. To a purchaser possessing the requisite experience and energy for a lirst class landlord, this popular "Hotel" presents rare inducements for a lucrative Investment. 4-6 MsasssssiTafaAfcB-i Every Drawer, shelf, case, hook, peg and pin; every nook, corner, crevice and cranny In the new, neat, cleanly tdoreroom, No. 10 North Pennsylvania street, is jammed, crowded, packed full to overllow Inj, with new, clean, bright, fashionable, seasonable Boots and s-hoes. m IXenlintnsV Co., IIa tew IIoiic Cor ner, keep the only assortment of Stcinwny Pianos In tho State. novSS-lm am as. IVaiitcsl. By a single gentleman, a fur nished room, cither iu a private house or pub lie building, within two squares cf the Post Office. Address P. O. Box BfcO. 'Ilie 1 lea lq narfer in Indiana for Fancy and Staple Dry Ooods Is the New York Store, W. .t H. Glenn, proprietor", Ch un's Block, IndianaiH.li", Indiana. as) m V.. May sV Co.. at the Loan OlHee, No. 31 South Illinois street, will loan money on anv article of value, or buy the same. Always on band unredeemed pledges for sale. Tlie Stnnlseslppl Insurance Co.. cf this city, has paid over Thirty Thousand Dollars ($3,0t)0) In Losses, since January 1st. ls. and now- has over Six Hundred Thousand Dollars (G'VM) in bona fide Capital. Wc say, insure w ith the .'rinnissippi. 2."3vv I'or lhe Clioleewf Iellcneles of the season call cn Bhodiu, cf the Circle Restau rant. Shell Oysters, Fat and Plump, served ti aM ktl. s. 13-lm l'amllie In I lie- Aortli ami Is.t j i'art- if the city are inf.-rTiied t f five Cu ts: 1. i The Pai.itii nn..s ,rt e v I ... gt Uj n nue anu , nm,nt treet. i vcrr nenr I Vt'.li: Mr. Wo.i.U. tvh.l teens tt.l ...n... j sell rdiaMe jrtxv.1 .nt reaoiu.leprirf 3. Vou : " ..... , I e.'irt iivp rr...,ipi(!. nj I Tlae lsTrlesj Wnteh. vblä and .set. ly at two ohk ,u ,1jC u,j tinc Pild rac. f r vjle t.i pay ad cn l.ati.l st the VSnn' at lAinOIlico. Xo. Ol S Ulli IViVSl tr.-i-t. n'S'iiw-Su- COOTS AND SHOES. i BOOTS & SHOES AT '1 IO TK XI tion II jrer wi RK NOW RKCKIVISii A I.At.12 A I'T)!. toar a'.nck of boots sni Shos l.i QrtJ o well tsprLedwtta aU th deairab'a stjUa f --.- . I 11 t C3 1 O o o 1 ? H 1 i ;n jstsw-s-ia,ia Kip, CaJf. Ora a ! II v. u . , - j Crtt , SkVu IwU. both tl t?iTf .iNi wrr r.s.nvTS... a,u. s . i .... ... ... h. ... . , i aus uir I t.sv a& . ALSO, 7. ' Sn 1 Won,rn Arrt--. i Hcffalo ... . . . . . D,M,rT" itn" xrtai yp K'p ümt; Bjt K:t t,f all KTia at a'le; Meu' prime tS Inter IWm.ül a tares .utB.M, ll.rff.4 ... .i... ...i Hta. CMt.n, Les'bi-r acd Rrd Ica " m r-i-ctfttUy fft to ta trsd. Hendricks. Edmonds & Co., nonth !IrHdIan CtrrL. data dim s i'.smioa ll aiul .! Turtles St ill.-, :. I lkres Trtu ! l.a,,J, 4,: J b I-1. Jr.. rr!.te:.t n.t Hrü, f e iru,tt Aee..t, ErauiMi.. Irt!i:nn;oUnn(I Cincinnati Itrtll roiitl. frr:,.M-aC.Iyrl.ri!',at Saj,i,.i.i.!u; l:i-t.r'ei, Ai.tat Srpt..i.rn t r. n t.ta Vt Ä. VVT. V. LZ' XtX i IwUtuAfu'-. 'o! mnbii ami liitliantiivoll. On- ' Iml Itallruiitl. j Tfcre Pj?ifr Train ls In-MsKrli Jfr. . UrncikS-R. C Jn!:, Pr-i!.Dt, C lonSut.UjJ. j II. Lnnl. !rtprirtte.-d'!.t: C. A. S-öiltu nmcral rtn.hi A?tl; J. SV. Pkl;,ttiTl Te.ket Ajrrt, l.f)m!.r,.n. I.ouUs IHe, .A rar Alhauy tintl I'lil eago Ctaili-oail. I) rret Pont fr.ro Loc.Sr'il t Cli c go. Crnr P. D WI"!jmn, Tr'i.tf ; J. A. Wj l.xoft AiitiiutTivjslf ; D K. Ms tn, .s-iprr tcr.dei t, I.a?j et ; i. 13. W.l.'.ime. ( al 1 1 ;ket if't; lt. II. CTp.i. Gnrl r'rPk;jt 1M.(, Ntsr Aibacy, trd. 'IVrns llanto und Indianapolis) Itallroad. Fwur Pj-:ig(rTrlnUT Iudiaaapo'lt daily. Oi.kxss K J. Pk,PreJJent; k. E. Rleksr, Supr lnti.dcii!; It. f. Sc.:t,0.'nrl A.-er.t, In J atupuiit. Jr flersoin llle Ilallroatl. Tbr Psenser Train 1t Ia.lianspoli i"sily. Ornras D. P.ckftts, PreilJent; Il.irace Scott. 8o- prlntraient; Jstne Kerrlrr, Oeaersl Ticket ACsnt; 1"bom Carte, Gneral Freight A rant, Jc2ronril!e; Tbonai Care, Garl Agmt, lullau&pbln. I.aflijrt(c nntl In1InnaioIIa IcalU road. Tbre PatsengerTraiD lea Indlaaapoli dally. Ornrti-Willisrs r. KeycoMs, rr!dnt: J. X. Kcr per, Amstant Sapeintendent, Lfyette; W. u. rarm'ee, tlrtieral AgsLt, Indianapolis. lledle-fontalii XCatlrontl. Tbrr Pasnger Trslni leave Indianapolis dally, OrrtcsRa-Siilltnsn Witt, TreiiJert, ClevelanJ, 0.; R. !?. lircwu. General 8 jj.er.ktB(1nt: Lucira Ililla, General Prrlsbt Ariit, T. l. H.rtoo, Oraersl PuDr Atnt, IiidUnapolia. InllnsaiioII. Peru mill C'ltlcaiffo ICallroatl. Tbre Passenger Train teas Indianapolia dally. Om-aaaDaTld Macy.Preal tent and Superintendent; I). C. Thompson, AuUtant Superlntecdcnt; V.T. Mallott, General Ticket Aent; L S.Audreas, General Freight Agoftt. Itilliispolis. EXPRESS COMPANIES. Atiamsj l.xre) Coniftany. IoiIianssulisOScs-No. 12 Faat WasLitigtou street. Alfred Gsitber. aperinteodebt, Cincinns'i; Join II. Ohr, Ages', IodUliapulis. American I'lprc Company. In.llanapoll 031ce Xo. 31 Fast YVastiicgtun tre t. E. W. Sloan, 9oper!rtrrdrit, Indianapolis; J. Pulttr ftelit, A;ent, IrxüsDapoli. I'nlletl Slatesj 11 prose Company. Indianapolis Ofllct Xo. 34 JCatt WahiI1gton strtet. J. natterflrl.l. Agent, Indianapolis. TELECRAPH COMPANIES. Westlern Union TclcfTriipli Com pany. OHce ln PI ack ford's Block, eorcer Veridlan and Wahlsctoti atrpei;entrancn on Meridian street. John F. Wallack, D vlnion Superinter.den; Cbarles C. WUltoey, Manager; R. C. Du, an, Chief Uperstor. United States Tel cg-rapl. Company No. 14 Noith I'innjlrania strert. J. C. VTiUon, Divinton SuptriLUiidont of lad.'aca; 8. M.Comb, Mansner. PROFESSIONAL. aiaaria m. bat. joiatba w. ocsnos. wairta march It A V. ;OIlIK A .TiAKCIt. ATTOKXKYN AT LAW, INDIANAPOLIS, lisp , Will praoiiee la tbo Federal and Stat Court. Office, No. U Stw A TalWtt's Bal'dinp. 8' nth of ructOlllce. no2i-ly wa. a. ixw. I., w. a "corn. i.osvi: jc 7icconi, ATTOIOEYS AT LAW, TTw'm Xo. 5 Llackord" s Ul'jck, Indianapolis, lud.' Will novl p-actic dZtiu Ia th State and Federal Courts. II. II C.MS V F. IIAIIM S, PIIISLCIA A1D SURGEON, IXHTAXAl'OLIti, JXD. Of FIt,E McOuat'a Rlock, Keatacky Aei.ue, room No. 6, 8J flajr. Itesidence No. 17 North Al ausioa. ioyIO itf jvacra c, m'dox aik. avvihoh l. aoAcaa. pavid aucaas 7IcDOALD,ItACItn A MIGEKS, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, Second Story, Building, Innylvatita St., rractUe In tba Inferior aud Supreme Coaru of IiOiana and la the federal Court. bo13 JA atf LIVERY STABLE. Livery and lioardingiStable. CiTiZKNS' LIVüBT AND BOARDlNO STAr.LK, No. 10 Ks-t IVs 1 kirert. Id tear cf BairisoD'. hatik, betwren l!en1Un a'id renn!1 Ivan! stire'.. Carriage at.d l!uift-a fr hire eti reatonstl term.' t'er.da wl.hiDR to b eoovejed t3 the aHJotnli tosTi can I' accommodated at tbui fta. novl dif al'LLl V AN A DKKW, Proprietor. IV i? Av iv ! y Awr SALE STABLES. W. a TK!!. i. D. irtftSKTT wooi v siüfjieirrr. Court Strrtt, Iu Rear of Post Office, HAVK JC.T COVn.rTPI A L.tRGE AlWF.LL arrarred Llfrrrsnd Katlf, ar.d fun.lbd H witb thessry h.t tA sleek. Thy are also prepared tn HO AUD JIOL'SL'is And hsT'.cc eaer'meed Hotlr will Insure tbe best of soeuiKiO. JL. pairvna; U .obUc is solicit. lh il. I ceutratl a:l cwaeet.Uniljf lorstfd in IL htxr of Talbott anJ Sew' Ilit and tbe Tc.t CCce. laiHASAeuus, Acren SI. 1 vi. norl 3tf Livery, Sale and Feed Stable. I 1. TTl-JLI3:, KP. COSTASTLT on hmn.i Horrr aD4 R3rirVs for H.re. on rs nat le lms, k p s lsrf ajiu (omfortaVe Ftab for Eoardin ir trsnM H jts. Xa. ;n Katt Wabia;Un ir t, LittU's Botel biock. n.-13 13m. PARTNERSHIP. Sot.cc of Copartnership. riDJf ma!r1rae4 fcars thldT for w-d ec partner X tip under the Bate of Dunn A Karcey, t carry oa V.t tuirai,IGa itrluff. Steam l i t i s ar.-1 rtaab tr.t buniDe.. AJI srora doo j a. wQ! hm araara'.teed and See t sr a.k th. pabKe to t as a trial sod li It tklr 1 itroasc. rowm raie - J c. vvyy. J iOÜ kAKNfT. I mw v kaii.m:v, Ca! and Stria Fitters and numbers, 2& and 4 Ker.tucly Attnf. A toBT of nrrciits 05 hasd at all 1. Una and raraUasd at U loa; rao. norl 4tf A IX X131 Off JOB "WQIX rtOMrTLT VZatCQ. RAILROAD CARPETS, ETC. THE LARGEST CARPET STORE tM i x l) i rs IS ftt'.PT UT IIU.UE, ADAMS A CO., 20 and 28 West Washington Sire f t, (Fletcher Store, 1 TTrDO DAVR SrCHTTLT DUPOSID OP TIIE1K f f Drj GxvJan ceoTert4 tbee:rt taa AVIioIcsalc aud Retail Carpet, Wall Paper AND HOUSE FURNISHING lÜKtobliBliiiierit. HUME, ADAMS & CO., Cull apeclal attention of CARPET I K ALERS Or IVhi.lssal layers, to tbelrlurgottock of all grades of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, lattiiig-a, &c. WALL rA.FEH, Curtains, Window Shades, Sofa Carpets, Ru? and Mats, la an endle r.ty. HUME, ADAMS & CO., Dav a I arg quantity of RematDt of OABP IE T S, Thirty jrardacach, aodsuder, which wi'.l b sold BELOW Cost. Drütte ! Carpett, HeatSplr Heat2p!r Common ply Carpet. tl 95 per Yard. . 2 OO per Yard. 135 to .ICS. 15 to 100 Cotton Chain Hag Carpets. THE FIXEST WOOL BLANKETS L BED COMFORTS All aiss to fet bj fat aqaar. Wool, Dutch, Enfllah.Twilled Hemp and Rouffn and Ready O Tt 1? E T TOB LIXI5Q ÄOOMSJAKD KITCBEX. HUME, ADAMS & CO., Will keep cjostaatlj oa bant) a large assortment of Furniture CoTcriD?, Piano and Table Covers, Table Linen Napkins, Towels, .te., tc, Wale srs s4ctd wttk ato aad atUatiom. kaowtag th wants of per caaiMBers. TUR L-VLTjIST 15D BIST If iOBT15T CF 17ALL PAPER W Tili: ITATK. l IV sv IE TLX of bann a Carnat or W.ll P.rvs twrf ,0u B uTs 8tk, warn you raa aas deUars cn a auigl Carp. III Tli:, ADAJIS Ic CO., 26 and 28 West TasblEgIon Street. (TLBTCim STOatX.) INDIArJAPOLIdl.iriD. ; bt;il DRYCOODS. T DEI 33 MEADQUARTERS I T 1N1I AX tuit FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS i Tin: NEW YORK STORE, j opriotom GLENN'S BLOCK, niIVDIAXAPOI.10, I.D. AMUSEfrlENTS. llETitui'oi.im TiiF.ATr.n. Manager- .7Xr, V. If. Illley. CnAMilOf TIXE: o'clock. C-:it t, tact op st Satardaj KfKir?, Drcralrr 9. 1! I -U1SS Hiarlotlo Thompson. CHmrr .Oj ton. FAITCHOK", r, r.ltüe Indctte. Fan-'j .3 , Lau'lry , V-.'itX. ?rs ti es er Amimio.-IsicüF'.te arl a: r,.,r.n .ts!...c Ifrs. f,r,, .'c; -r.V4., i;. ,,,, f,r ,lt ; oi,,iT. t.; Ur.t.-raaj.;, Ji c. .!-, ;;" rj , v C ,U J. cr.-.t.; es :!:ninr- .f.. I rAhf 1CILIU Jfi.'TU'K- T'. l:reri, !-. tl j ibf.lMt.erjfui ;-UII.,: ,(,( tu I-. tfoatif i I im.:- iinL at et f so r '.j cn t? ' TIse World IXonoxrartl IJohiiny boof.ee, tVüi Ii Ct!Tt-1 jMinstrel Troupe, jCoinprUIn iz Slar iVrfwnifrs, 4JKLKn f D fioa tie rreaa f t0 ptr,in -i i rl' Ts-o Grsbd tt.te.ta ntintn at Sii.t (',! j th week, Kondar sni lur-ly, lc..n)...r , , ,2 , f rfo lpartu trsste procr.,,,,,.. AClil .,, , I LSTeaaiajuartt.riTrn.cOf.. c " l I raoi tsa, Piejrit- r. I ST, lit; a j"f j Indiana State Museum, IIIA V1MU.IS, I.Ms. Tli iTc Alhiiro Children! A e'.UI.I..N.,K eF fVK TltufS N 'l I i .. J. s i r.f in -o(tn c!: ')('t i'tr.- sff I ;iea'.. , t m IJr tg Lcri f a tot .u r a t.ii . i ss tlie I ttlt4l S(alr. lss tn rtu4 Wondr a lnt. AIM SiIOjJ I)ilHdl tO.lt.Vt ..V . .. f . SADDLERY HARDWARE. Saddlery Hardware CARRIAGU TRIMMING i. jE0. K. SHAKE .S: CO., t i t j TJ lVrt l aIiInCion3trccf, j W hoi file ivlti, in Iluines, I'fiains, Whips, nunsj: m.A xklts, collaxs, Cu it y Com a n d Rr u s h z n , Springs, Axles, j P1TE.T AND ENA .11 E LE D L E.I THE II AAI CLOTHS, Moss, Tow, Curled Hairs, &c., tic. 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