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THE AMERICAN.
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LOCAL DEPARTMENT.
Agricultural Meeting1.
. Thre will be meeting of the Franklin
Count Agricultaral Society at the Court
' Home oa Satordav, April 1 81 h, 18 C8, 4t 1 o'
clock r. at, Tor the purpose of transacting busi
ness of the highest importaoce. Ii ia hoped
that there will be general attendance of the
members. L. II IIaymoxd, See'j.
Ift
' . nelijioui Notice.
T. J. Murdock will preach in the German
M. E. Church neat Saturday evening and on
Sunday morning and evening. K. Sba will
preach oa Monday etening and other evenings
following. ' .
- , The College.
Brookville College is now in the enjoyment
of another proeperoue tern, notwithstanding
the yery bad weather. lie eorpe of teachera
; are basil al work in the various departments,
v and fortunate are the young ladies and young
g'nilemea who place themselves in their
' charge. Brook villa College ia securirg a re,-
utation second to iioue in Eastern Indiana,
and we are most happy in chronicling its coo
tiaued prosperitj. '
A Good 2Iore. .
It" wilt be teeu by. reference to the proceed
ings of the Convention lait Saturday, that the
Republicans of Franklin County have adopted
the Popular Vote System. We shall have
more to say hereafter tu regard to this impor
taui change in the maimer of conducting our
eleciiona.
lo.tj.i-. ;
The members of Maguoiia Lodge No. 80, I.
O. O. F. of Fairfield, lud , will hold a celebra
tiou ou Saturday, April 25ib, löt8. All ae
reipecttuily iutiied to attend.
Uillioery Good at ZXeUmora.
Mrs. Lcta liiackiidge baa just returned
Iruia t bva tiiy with a Sue assortment of Mil
lmtry Uoods.' iler stock consists of Straw
tioode, Silks, Laces, Crapes, liibbona, aud -eryibiug
in the lioe of either Si raw or Silk
ork. She ia aUo receiving weekly all the la
ust styles of llais, Bonnets, kc ller plaoe is
ou the corner of Yry no and Church üueels,
iitr ibe Alethodiet Church.
' Special Kotice.
J. C. Weller la'about, to remove froi town,
and has left hu books aud notes in the bands
of Dr. Feck. Tnos .indebted to him axe re
quested to call on the Dr. and pay up.
New Millinery Goods at Laurel.
Mrs Moihe Murray bus just returned from
the city with a full and splendid aasottuieut of
Üon neu, IJau, ltibboi.s. Mowers, Laces.
Crut Silks and Veils, witivh she intends sel
ling very low. The ladies ould do well to
ail and examine ber stock bctoie purchasing
leewbere. AUo lileatbing and l'ressiug doue
in the very best style
Pudge Property Sold.
Tbe Fudge liolel building uJ lots adjoin
ing er sold at poblic sale on Tburdy of
la.t week, Stephen II. flu 1 ton of Cii.cii.i.ai
bidding them off at t,600 for tbe benefit of
Ihe creditors. The four lui.Jinj lou iu
lha Northern part of town were purchased
ly F. M. Stone for $859, and all the furniture
in the hotel was sold iu one lot to Wot. Fiank
tor $ 1,150 for ihe benefit cf the creditor.
Total amount of tale, $6,600.
To Return.
We are pleased to learn that ü. V. Kyjrer
Esq , who has been so Ion idmtified witb tbe
i uter est s of ibis County, and who receuily
moved to Logansport, does not. intend to con
tinue there, but will to a short time return
Lere, where he desires 10 permanently reside.
t ,- a
Tint Piucaiog Bar.
We neglected to state last week that our in
formant must have been mistakeu in regard to
a pincbiug-bar having been fouud on tbe
I remises of John Carmicbael during the op
t rations of Detective Btuc Mr. Carmtchael's
friends say that 00 such instrument was found
there. We take this opportunity of making
the correction.
Democratic Chuckling.
Oar Dttnocrstic friends are secretly clock
ling over tbe proceedings of the Convention
last Siturday, and aru disposed to predict an
trrrconcilable division in the Kepubiican ranks
1 t laUlm County. Don't deceive yourselves,
ret.tieniei; our party will be a uuit in support
of tie nominee, notilbstaudiug the diilcreu
ces of last Saturday.
llilUnery at Mt. Carmel.
MiiS CVF. Little, of Mount Cariuel, Frank
lin County, Ind., has now on hand a new stock
cf goods, such as lists, Bonnets, Hibbons,
1 lowers, o. Work done oa sboit notice and
in crdcr. Prices to suit all pockets. Please
tall and see for yourselves.
Chuck Full.
If you want to ae the most Goods jou ever
law, go to Liock's. Us has just received his
regular Spring and Summer Stock of Latest
Styles cf Press Goods, Cloihing, Piece Caisi
mere, (new stiles,) eitra variety of Fiue Shoes
at Eastern pices, also a great assortment of
Wall Paper,' and, in fact, everything in the
ay of general merchandise, and will sella
little cheaper than the cheapest.
Mrs. H. Reynolds' Store.
Attention is directed to the advertisement of
Mrs. Hannah Keynolds' Family Grocery and
Fruit Store, to be found in another column.
Mrs. Reynolds keeps on hand one of the best
assortments of Family Gruceries of all kinds,
and sells them at most reasonable prices. Call
end see her oew store.
Spring Millinery Goodi.
Miss Jennie Tappen bas just received an
ether splendid lot of .Millinery Goods for the
Spring trade, comprising the very latest styles
cf everything in that line of business. The
ladies will find it to their advantage to call
and see the oew assortment, as they will be
sore to be sailed.
Leonard & 81monson, Harrison.
Attention is directed to the advertisement
ef Messrs. Leonard 4 Simoosoo.of Harrison.,
Ohio, to he found elsewhere. Their stock of
goods will compare with any ia the White
.Water Valley, and their prices are the very
. ltwt.
Hill in err and Dress-Uakin?.
Mies E. Blacklidge has taken pnas-ssi m of
the room formerly occupied by Miss McCready.
opposite Dr. Keely's office, and has received a
large and handsome variety of Millinery Goods
of the latest styles, consisting of Bannlts,
Dais, Ribbons, Flowers, Feathers. Silks, Veil.
Laces, Crapes, 4e , Ac. The ladies are res
pectfully invited to call and see her goods and
leave their orders. Dress-Making also prompt
ly attended to.
Junction Railroad.
Tbe Connersville Examiner states that. the
Junction Railroad is completed to within seven
miles of. Indianapolis. The balance of the
work is being pushed rapidly forward toward
completion. The repairs on the William
Creek Bridge wilt be finished at an early day,
enabling trains to resume their regular trips.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, &c.
Wa call atteutioQ.lo the card of John II.
Uanscben, dealer in Watches. Clocks, Jewel
ry, 4c His eases and shelves are crowded
with a splendid assortment cf everything uau-
ally found in a Jeeiry Store. Call in there
and sea lor yourselves.
Cooley'i Hardware Store.
Ilenfy K Cooley having recen j purchased
i. C. Weller'a Hardware Store in Brook vile,
has added to bis already large assortment a
oew slock of Hardware ol all kinds wanted id
this market His assortment is now complete,
aud comprises everything usually fouud in a
Hardware Store. Those iu want of anything
in that line of trade, will of course call at his
tore and supply tht-raatlvrs. Mr. Cooley selis
cheap for cash. A'lvenUeaieut next week.
Widow Hacklemaiu
Tbe Journal says tbai the widow of the late
Pleasant A. UacLlman, who gave his life to
bis country at ibe despnate battle of Corinth,
bas been appointed Foi Mistress at liusiiville
It gives us plrature to chronicle ibis act ot
kindness to the family of (it-neial llaekleiuan,
aud we mark it as one of the lew ctiicial act
of Post Master Gtneial Kaidail that ia woi
thy of unstinted approval.
a.i m
Indiacspolia Heiald Changes Hands.
Kici.ard J. Bright, ot Mudim.ii, has bouh.
tbe Indianapolia Uera'd. He ia a nephew o
Jee D. Blight, aud a son of ibe lion. M. U
Blight. Mr. Develiu, who bas beeu editing
the paper for soma time past, retires.
"Barrett's Vegetable liair Restorative" toek
the rint Freuiuui ever a t eurupviitors at tue
New Usuiptbire Slate fair. 1 1 stau ! conlene Jlj
wittauat a rital tbroag'kMat the country, and ta
arieiDg all other repartioiis iroru tbe uiaiket.
fbilaUalphU fuUliu i-edger.
For tbe American.
Oak Forest, Ind., pkil 11th, 18üS.
Jjear EdUurAi about G o'clock P. M.,
7th iost., our joung caunoa commenced
belching forth, aud at about tbe same
time tbe fife aud drums coiomeuced to
plaj. Id Fro u t of the baud was carried
the of tbe J'M lud. Vols. Soon the
seata of the bouse were filled, aud those
who could not'get seats stood in the aisle.
Tbe meetiog wad organized by calling Ilev.
John 8. A lie j to tbe chair, end ou motion
Will 11. Lee wad c boten Secretary. Mr.
Alley, ou taking the Cbsir, made a few
appropriate remarks, aod theu introduced
Col. Farijubsr, who spoke nearly two
hours in au able and patriotic manner.
Mr. Farriubar started off by saying that
tbe nie iaeued are before the American
people that were four years ago, and if we
want to be governed by loyal men we must
support tie Union Kepubiican party; but
if we want to restore rebels to power, then
vote the Democrat ticket. He tbenepoke
at leugth on Keconstruction, laying dowu
iLe only way that the lit be 1 Statescan be
restored to tbe Union on a loyal bas:s
j He then spoke of the great standard le.tr-
er 0! tne L'emocrary ot tins Mate, loui
Hendricks, abowing that he (Hendricks)
never opened bis mouth daring the war.
to say one word in favor of suppressing
the rebellious The Col. next spoke of
Judge Heid, showing that if he (IMi)
should be elected to Congress he w- u d
vote with the fire eaters of the South.
The Col. also spoke at length 011 tho na
tional debt, and showed very clearly that
the Democratic policy would destroy the
country.
1 fiud, Mr. Editor, that my letter would
le quite lengthy if 1 pretended to spetk
of every sutject that the Col. did; bow
ever, I must say, before concluding, that
he spoke very highly of the Federal sol
diers. He also eioke of George II. Pen
dietou as being one of the men who voted
aud ppoke ugutust thqiKUo of greenback,
declaring thcuj unconstitutional rags, &c,
but now they have become very cood; ves.
to rrryccxl that Pendleton wants enough
issued tj payoff the national debt. The
Col. theo explained why be voted for each
member ot . Congteis to receive Sj Ü0U
.. 1 1 -.1 ..
satary, occuuse at too same time no was
voting to give the soldiers an extra. boun.
ty. The Col. then stated why it was that
tue people ot lr rank hit Co. have so inuel
tax to pay, vit: because after ono of tbe
County Comtnisjiotiers and otue of their
relatives were dratted, then tbev could
vote to pay each drafted tnuo $5UU to hire
a substitute, aud now tbe people are pay
iog off that money by taxaliou.
IbeLol. bat many friends out here
lie is almost the unanimous choice of the
Untuo tiarty for Congress. Alter the con
clusion of his ru'ech a vote of thsuks wai
tendered hint lor the ablo manner iu which
he addressed us. Then we gave him three
rousing cheers. Hurrah for l-arnuhsr.
Messrs. Israel Coco and Jonsthun II.
Foster's Stump Jack has arrtvod. They
win soon te prepared to coruuenco pulling
.....,.. c .1 f ii ti
.uuija. UUUt-CSS tu tueiu. Is. la, .
Union Republican State Ticket.
For Governor,
Colonel CONRAD IIAKKU. of Vanderharf.
For Lieutenant Governor,
, Colonel WILIsCUMUACK, of Decatur.
For Secretary of State,
Dr. MAX l A. HOFFMAN, of Can.
For Auditor of State,
' Major J. D. EVANS, of Hamilton.
, For Treasurer of Stale,
General If ÄTHAN KIMBALL, of Martin.
For Clerk of the Supreme Court,
Captain THEODORE W. McCOY, of Clarke
For Reporter of the 8upreine Court,
Colonel JAMF.S D. BLACK, of Marion.
For Attorney General,
DELANA E. WILLIAMSON, of Putnim.
For Soperintendeut of Public Instruction,
BARNABAS C. HO BBS, of W;ta
John Williams,
MERCHANT TAILOR
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
HATS, OAFS, &c,
Superfine French and English Cloths
AIwsvs on hand and us da to ordsr in ths bait
manner and on shortest notica.
Invites rpecial
attaaliua to his saieetion for
Spring, 1U0S.
104 Main Street,.
Eichaiond, lad.
mar J0-3m
Iw i: i: iiY,
Rrookvi 1 le I nd iann
Notice to Stock Raisers.
THE FAST PACING UOK6E,
SAY? cnocsstifi
ty ILL STAND THE ENSUING sesson, eotn
vv meoeii( oa tha firit day or April, and end
ing on tha lat day of Jane, (Sundays excepted,)
at tha nable ef the subscriber, on his farm sit
anted three fuartbs of a mile north of Laurel,
Mondays, Taeedaye, U'edaeadtya, Tharadays,
FriJays sod Saturdays, in tbs Mlxriog te rots:
$2 ) tu in are mare to be with fol, payable when
aba is known to be witb foal. Partiiig with a
ware, removing to a distance, or failing to at
tendinK regularly, forfeits the ins?rsaee money.
A ny person patting a diseased mare will be held
responsible for all damages.
rTCare will be tskea to prevent accidents,
bat I will not be sscoantsble for any that may
lia-pirn.
DAVY CROCKETT is the well known grey
paring Stallion that ea best, io a f.iir race, any
nthrr raring beraa it this prt of the State. I
deem it anaecetsary to give any pedigree, as he
is so well known. . JUllN COLTER.
apt 10-Jw.
'1 "-.iv -"..z
fy W; ..;t
McCORMTCK'S
Reapers and Mowers.
fturssles the past ses n have amounted to i
ucai I J asa S liuwrstiiu aviaavusuvoa aa s va wv aa w
prepArin l4vraljr iof reaei nuinber with idhojt
l M hasln a lk..iisa.. 1 ushmas siv.d war as S Sk
importaot improvements for libn. Tbe Meiir
Hiiuk Reaper is known tbe world over as the Ma
chine which totally abolished the crsdliog of
grain. Built st first ss a Hand Baker, the im
proved MeConaick Self- Uaker is a totall iii9er
eot Machine, an t eombiaes all tbe latent improve
ments that are valuable, being the result tf ot
twenty-fire J ears' experience in reaper bnilJing.
We say to th.ise shi don't kuow our inaebine,
take a m fT-l.ine tad try it t'yoar f atlsfactioa,
through tbe harvest, with any'inarr'hJre yea eso
get, and keep wbichoevr machiae yoa like best.
Uur SelfRakor is built as a couiinsd machine,
so that it can be quickly ebanged into a Mower,
nd will doaa good mow ingTtT"eyitmbiad
.Machine ran no.
Uur improved Two-Wheeled Mowers have swept
the field of all opposition, aellioz on lajh oueu
ttrai as above allu led to.
c. ii. Mccormick Bros.
J. C. Skrixo, Agent, Whiteomb, Indiana,
jpril 1, J668-3m -
DEVQU & COMPANY,
83 and 85 Pearl Street, Cincinnati,
offer to
a full assortment of the Newest tyles of
Ribbons, Silks, Crapes, Flowers, x
All New Shaped Bonnets and Hats,
Norms, Golden Gate, Rival, Arlington, ' Every
day, lottee, Waito rawo,
Infants' Straw Goods in Great Variety.
Orders will have prompt attention and a: lowest
3iew 1 ork prices. apIO lia
AGENTS WANTED
TO SELL DR. WM. SMITH'S
BIBLE DICTIONARY.
The i hen pest and the nr.sr. See that the hook
you get contains ovtr 1,1)00 pages. Ageuta are
doing a splendid business with this work.
Xjiritt those who want tbe small London Ldi-
tiov frm which the duvsnite Amsrivsn Kdilion
has tuen copied, wc will supply the Impohtko
wobk itüslf, which we offer at $2,7i a copy, be
ing 7i cents less than tbe American Edition.
tur fall particulars, send for oircu'ars.
Addross
NATIONAL PU B LIS U IN O COMPANY,
split Cincinnati, (Mil t.
(iUAUDlAYS SALE.
NOTICE is hereby given, that pursuant to an
ord er of tbe Court of Common Picas of Switi-
erUnd County, I uUi.ni, the uudersigned, tiur
diso of Wiebka Paulus, will .(Ter for slo at pri
vate sale, at the Court House ia Drookvillo, In
liana,
On Thuruhty, the 23J iliy of April, 18CS,
between the hours of ten o'clock A. M and four
o'clock P. M., Ihu foll.iwiu described Rssl Es
tate in Franklin County, Indiana, to wit; Lots
numbers three, four, five and sis, io the Town of
llrookville, as laid out by Jssse B. Thomas and
other.
IbllMb OF BALE.- One-tbtrd rash in hand.
nns-thlrd fn one yer, and ooe-thlrd In tlghteon
lauutbl frm tha d iy of sale
II I HAM I. PKAC0DY, Guardian.
Mirch 27.18M 4w
itSALKa IN
AND
TIN WARE OF ALL KIHDS,
FAIHFIKLÜ, IND.
Guttering and Spouting put up promptly to ordsr.
nisr27-3m
FKUI T TREES ANin:Vi:UGIlEE.S.
I have tbe flnest and cheapest lot of Kvergreens
ever offered in Ibis County. The bot chance I
ever expect to give. Also fine Seedllug 1'oaoh
Trees st i per hundred.
J. A. APi'LKJATK, Mt. Carats!, Iod.
marJO-tf
A Choice Farm or 353 Acres For
sale,
0 FE mils west of Laurel, on ths White Water
Valley Kailioad, 150 acres of good bottom.
Tbe hill land principally In blue grass. Tbe
farm Is in complete ordsr. Uood Frame House,
well finlshedt one tenant houiei two good barns,
sarh 01 by ili fest, one of thsin a bank barnj good
outbuildings; new Scales, four ton (Fairbanks
ids oeit waisr in me eountry; rood orchard o
choice fruit. This farm will pay eight percent,
ontbelnveatment. T.J. PARKY.
J . XT' . MoKEE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
a0
BROOKVILLE. INDIANA.
jaa.01e ever Wsller's Ilardware Store.
J X O . Y.
J5Z J HTefj 5.
W. Cl JsOIJPBiiLL'S
Corn, 23room Com
IND
Sorghum Drill.
TIIIS Prill is now being sxteniirsiy Introdaeed
Into all of the Coro Uraialng States.
The old method of planting corn in bills is
rapidly being sopsrseded by tbs IMPROVED)
method of drilling, by which, if properly Jone,
from live to ten per cent, per acre is addsd to the
yield.
The Campbell drill Is on ths principle ef tha
DRIVING HEEL and REVOLVING DROP
PLATE or L-ISK, which is tbe very Lett for dis
tributing the seed, as ths grain is immediately
within tbs view of the operator from tbe time it
leaves the seed box until it is deposited in tbe
ground, and is instantly covered, by a deposit,
with two shires, of mellow earth, which protects
the corn during tbe first working.
Nearly all of tbe corn raised io tbe Great Mi
s mi and Whitewater Valley is planted with tbe
Campbell drill, and from the kaowiedgs we have
acquired in the last ten years in manufacturing
Cora Drills, we have no hesitation ia saying,
that, with the present improvements we have
adopted, we have tbe best Corn D:ill ia ae. On
boy and horse can plant as fast as toe maa can
fnrow oat, and farmers say that itiseaaiertended
than corn planted ia bills.
To plant Broom Corn or Sorghoss we furnish a
devioa when ordered, which cluses ihe holes in the
bottom plate to the pro, er site for the seed, which
is bat a moment's work tochsnge.
Wo could furnish any number of certificates,
from farmers, in proof of tbe furgoing. If it were
aereseary, lot the increasing demand ii sufficient
evidence of their decided preference. -
This machine can he seen at J. C. Waller's
Hardware Store, Broohvilte, and also at McCul
lotgh Jt Kennedy's 3eed Store, No 2U0 Msia
Street, Cincinnati,, Ohio. Patented May 8th,
186(1, and manufacture 1 exelusively'by Patentees
at Harrison. Hamilton' Couoty, O.
We are als gents for Long, Black A At.vtater,
Hamilton, Ohio. , W. Jt J. 0AM PBKLL.
- mar 6 2in.
GREAT BAfiBASrJS
In Furniture ! !
"wave. FÄ-Ä.PsrE-i
INTENDS putting op a new two-story brick
building fronting Main Bürgel Street, ia
place of bis present trams warerooms, and in or
der to do ao, he most have avney. Therefote he
bas determined to sell his present stock of
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS,
AT THE COST PRICE IN CASH.
Iiis assortment of Furnitcra is one of the larg
est ami best in the White '.Vater Valley, ciusisl
ing of Sofaa, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Ac, Ac.
Orders for iranafacturing willcontiouo ss here
tofore. LOOKING GLASS PIATES
kept on hand for til I ing all sixes of frames.
SOFAS
' overhauled aad refitted. AU sixes of
furnished according to measure. All kinds of
FüRMiTUteSEPAIHlüG
as heretofore.
XTüCa. irt X 13L 13. S
will be pr?n;tly itteo ld 1 t' f rmerly .
UOSTVOOU, U 21111121 & MCllll tOlUnS
of all sires constantly on
always ready for service.
Feb 21. 1814.
hand. Two Mearees
WM. FH AN K.
Cheaper than ilio Cheapest!
Dry Goods and Clothing!
3rewBtools.t
JOHPJ FOCEL,
CK A LIE IS
rn y goods.
MUM-HI! Efflll,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, &C,
YUlTII inform the fititens of Brookrilte and
surrounding country, that he bus cpnoed
- a fflendid, new scd fresh supply of
embracing new styles ef Goods, tat le and fancy,
a' price which will be found to be surprisingly
low. Uis stock of , .
BcUdy-fladc Clothing
Is complete, and will be seen to embrace the best
assortment in tbe town.
(iire hi in a call stlhe old stund of M. Vogel,
rex t door to Cooley's sicre. He respectfully asks
the pot.tic to examine his goods ana prices.
f.b2l-tf Jüll.N FOUEL.
FOU SALE OK RENT.
THE undersigned will sell or rent the property
in Laurel known as ths Franklin House, F ur
nituie itb Barsnd Fixtures, on liberal terms, or
lease tbe same from ono to three years. '
Jan l7-t ' T CH AS J. ALLEN'.
LEWIS & CO.'S
illustrated
Monthly Family Journal,
- Foa m MILLION!
Thonssndsof funiiies in tbs city and eountry
have long felt the want of an Illustrated Journal
at a reasonable price, and equal to any on Ibis
continent. To this end, we have eoguged good
artists. The literary departmoiit will b one ol
the features of the paper, aid we shall publish,
front tilve to time, original Talcs, Sketches, Xc,
by the leading writers of the country.
THIS IS NO LOTTERY.
But we offer as an Inducement tj those who sub
scribe, ati'l will help to push forward to a .uccess-
tu I uuc, avUeitp aod vnlusble tllustraleJ rumity
Journal, umf give a large nuiubor of preuiiuuis.
Subscribers will not have to wait to know if the)
hsve a pieiuiuui. Thre will be 2, .'Hi premiums
distributed tu the subm-ribcM. The paper will be
wll worth the dollar, for tho oar. A book bus
been prepared for subsvrlbris with nuinbsrs from
1 tu 1UD.UUU, (Ltid the premiums uro eutlly Uis
tributed through the one buodrou tUuu.aad num
bers. I Micro should boons thousand naross received
on the same duy and dite, the letters will be
opened regularly n they come to hand, and
marked on th book Iu regular rotation as openod,
so that there will be a lair distribution of the
lrsiuiumi. We shsll publish the Lames of tho
persons that are entitled to trie premiums, iu tbe
.Nk' YoliK MOXTIILT JLUTkAlKP,ndlU IbS City
and coustry papers.
Ths following fremlumt will be distributed;
10 Cash l'remlums of (50.1 esch, 13,000
5 2io - l.tioo
10 14 100 I.Ouo
20 I 60 1,000
40 u i 2J 1,000
6(1 s , 10 " 8ÜU
iOflold Watrls,(Am'n Watch Co.) fio each. 2,500
&0 Wilcox A Uibbs'cwlng Mahlnos, 00 " 1,000
60 Howe's Sewing Machines, 60 3,01)0
2000 rrvmiums of I sach, 3,1)00
TERMS TO SÜU3CUIUEH3.
1 eopy, one year, with one subscription, f 1,00
Jcopisi, 44 Ave i,U0
20 4 twenty 44 2o,00
n t t - .. m 1 1 1 La a 1 1 1 Ia.I ia
A premiums, ss ahovs.
Bf 1 MMl'IJ I.M it V.a. Cl v v
Dox S.'lWt.
Wrltethe adJrenplaln, giving totnihlp, coun
ty and Btste. Money by draft, post oluoe ordsr,
registered Utter, or express, maybe seat at our
risk.
REFERENCES.
LsvlStockwsll, Trsaiarrr of the Howe Sewing
Machine Co., 699 Broadway, Now York.
Edward P. Hatch, Secretary t the Wileox I
Oibbs' 6swlof MssblDS Co., 408 Broad trayj New
Trk.
end 1 eta. tor specimen erpr ceMslaleg all
isttiisry l&formitioa. fMl .
fiOOFLAHO'S GERM BITTERS,
ASD
Hoofland's German Tonic.
TU Crrat Remedies fur a! I Diwase of Ihe
tires, sTox.icit, an DiOKstirB
una Ays,
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
Is eompoxed of tbe pur Jn.e (or. as thsy are
Kxtrnrtu) ii x - jfc -JTZ, ' K toll,
Herbs, aaj . V pBOBmmaL if Barke,
mnkiuir a V Jpi prepara.
tJ. and ra ' 7 - - i- Urij fr
from ulcok Sir itnttars nay kind.
HOOILAUIVS QEKMAN TONIC,
Is a eoiotilnatioa f II t.i tDcniieits of ih B.l
trr, witb lUr 'ii-t qnwlhy of S"t)lit Crm Rum,
Oreoy, it . nixkinn one nf the rn( pleaoant auS
atrrvvikblr) munliM r nff.tfi ! Dm piihila.
TIi-m rrxrria a Xi-i ci u fre friu aJwkoU
Sdmixturr, will Be '
Hoofland's German Bitters.
Tboae wbo have ao rir-ctlu to ibe combination
ef Ihe littere, as slated, w ill use .
HOOrisAND'S GERMAN TONIC.
. The jr are both equally (T'KmI. ! cooUlo tbe aine
aisdicinal virtue, the choice letwn itir two belog
a mrre matter of lasts, the Ionic twin the uot
tittiitit...
The Htomach, from a ariy ft ra, sack as
IuHieti, l)ypjifla. ' S-r.a Itability. eis, .s'
yrry aft 'o ISSII J i S lt foM-
tion derma j-i. VV T,, 1 '
yiaptlui;os I if y . J rl""'T a It
. wita the VV Ji fj Sl'HMch, Ihoa
kcmes afft iisZ3sS&j' 4,, r,nil
of wh.ch 1 that the patient of.
frrm from Merl or IB'T of the ful'.owiag d.Me:
Constipation, Flatulence, inward Piles,
Ji'ulnes of Blood to the Head. Acidity
of tha Btotnacb, Nauaea, Heart
burn, Distrust tor Food, Fuli)a
or Weitest in tba fcStomaoh,
Sour Kructations, bink
ing or I'luttormK at the Pit
of tke Htomitcta, Bwimmitifr of
tba Head, Hurried or Diäicult
Breathing. Fluttering at tbe Hearti
Choking or Hutfocatirs; Sensations whoa
ill a Lying Posture. Dimnesaot Vision,
D te or Webs belora tba Biftht,
Dull Pain io tbe Bend. Defi
ciency of Perspiration, Yel-
lowuesa ot the Skin and
Eyes, Pain in tba Side,
Back, Cheat, Limbs, eto.. Sud
den Fiusnes ot Heat, Burning in
tha Flesh, Constant Imaginir;s of
Evil, end Oreat Depreblon of JSplrita.
The suSTrrt-r from these d'.wiaes should exereis
the urnw caution la tbe selection of a remedy for
his cae, pur
II. al wlncb lie
bis tuvrM'.rfa
f tries poaocss
skilfully com
fiom lujoriou
cuainK only
U BMurrd rroia
I lions aud la-
i true merit, la
ruul'd. i free
Beredte als.
aod ha tvuMiidied for ltlf a repulalioa fur Ibe
euriorthee dt.iaes. la ibis couneciioa we aoald
submit thnae well-koowa rstosJiss
JlooflamVs German Bitter,
EOOFLAND'S GERHAW TOMTIC.'
fBEI'AEED BT Ir. C. SC. JACKSOX,
rillLADELPBIA, PA.
Twnty-two ymr sines they were flmt lutmdnf4
lino thN Country from Germany, darin which time
Ihey hsee aiidoahledly rrfirmel more eomt. and
WneBti-d 08iiafr humanity to a greater rxteat,
tbaa any other remedies know a to the public.
Thee remedies will effectually core Lir Com-
plalai. Jaua
Ujeaa nice, VTSpep-
J Nervous De-
is. Chronic or
bility, Chroa
Diea of the
all Disease .
XSf I 1 le Diarrhoea,
-l Kidaeys, sod
a run dj irons
Liver, Swas
a Dioordsrad
ach, or latestiaea.
SteanHlnr from anr Causa whateree
PROSTRATION ÖFTHE SYSTEM,
induced by Severe Labor, Hard
ships. Exposure, Fevers, Ao.
Tberi U ao mdiciae eztaut eqnat to the resae
e?e la snch rae. A looe sod vi (for 1 Imparted te
the whole nytm, the appetite is sireniclheofd. food
tu enjnyad. the toinacli d'SMts promptly, tbe blood
1 pnriflrd, the romplesion bäcoiBsa and and
bexituT, tlie yellow UDe is erailioled from tbe
eye, a' bloom i inveo to the cheeks, and the weak
and aersou iuvaiid becuiues a strnjr auj healthy
beioir.
r:irsox.s a n r.i.vcJF ix Lira,
And feelinit Ihe hul of time wei(h1iis heavily npoa
them, wth nil Its attendant ills, will Sod iu the UM
f tlii rUTTKUS, or Ihe TONIC, so elixir that wilt
laittil new lire iuto their veins, restore in a measure
tue energy aud ardor t more yoDtbful days, baila
ap Iheir shruuken f irrnv aud kits baa!lk and
appiurM to ihei reiuaiuiug years.
NOTICE.
It Is a well-eslablUlied fnct that fully one-half of the
femsle ponii-n
ot our popula
ttoa are set
Sojiiyment if
or, to u- iheir
siuu, "uever
doiu ia the
good health:
owa expres-
rel well."
Thev are. Ian
irit.d, devoid
of all eoery, extremely nervou, aud Lave a
appetit. .
T tlil cls of prm 11. BITTEU3, or the
TOXIC, is oapeciaily recouimeuded.
"WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDEEI
Are maJe stronir Vy the ue of either of thesa
eemedie. They will curs every ee of MAKASMU8,
without fail.
Tboiissiiils of certinfatesliavesccnmolsted Is ths
hsii.lv of the proprietor, hut puce will allow of the
publication o' l-ul lew. Tboe. it will tie observed,
are meu of note aud ol such tautliug that Ibey saaU
be believed.
TEST! MONI ALS.
Hon. Geo. W. Woodward,
CMtfJitMic of V Sitjrrml,urt nf l'a , writes:
Phi't-Ulvhia. March 1. 1SC7.
'Un.l'llf
ras ti BUtsrü
te, n refill in
lb d.k il
of itrenl lene
land s Ufr
Ii a (food too
dlaeasea of
ornu, aad
St iu eases of
waat of ssrv-
debility, and
vus action lu the sjstenv Toiir. Iriiiy,
ÜEO. W. WXDVARB.,
Hon. James Thompson,
Jlyt iw Swjirvms (Viirf o Prnntyhnnim.
I'hU'fMi.hla, April lSt.
I roniJr ' ll-xifliiud'a Oenuau Buiera' a !
bin sn.ttiVois iu e of attacks of ludinetioa or
liT-pep.-.a. I enn crt!fy this from my expvrieuee
efil. Vours, with re-pect, ,
JAMES THOMPSOS.'
From Rov. Joseph H. Kennard, D.D.,
r-iW.ir r'. T'Hth Htfli't I hnrrh, J'hilftr'phiit.
lr. .iHtsoH lesr Mr: I bare lneo fret'ietil1y
retiueaied eonueat luv nsiiie with reComineiida-
Ilona f liff-renl kiiiit f mediclio a. tint retrlloe;
Ihe prart re
as out nr
prists
imve In all
Cllued i bill
proof la
stance, sr.d
my sppio , !
sphere, I
eta itn
With a rlear i
Vurltoi. In
particularly In mr owa hnilly, of the oftilne.s of
lr. llooflAud . ilermau llllteia. I depart f r oace
fr"in in v ii"nal cinre, t i rxpie-a my 0.11 cnuvirtioa
tl.st. ,f r fewrrvi dJü'ity nf (h iyUm, awi'ir
ehillii'it l.i Simi4 ill. It i t " -'! tmiVs
tr7'triflol. lu aomecaaa It may fall ; bill il-llnlly,
1 il .mi bl ii.. I, II will be very beueBcal lu ibeaa Wbe
sutfvr from lite above can?.
Vottrs, Vr te'ct'iillV,
i. ii. ken Saud.
Mi; lull, l-elow Coates St.
From Rev. I, D. Fcndall,
Jmittrt'it iMi.'or (7ifWfr VUroHlrU, fhllftilt.
I have derived decided benefit frm the um of
lloollniid's lierman It.H.'ia, and feel ii my privilege
to reroiiiiiieii't lheiM a nioi valu .hU Ionic, to ail
who srs suuVritii; fr on nioiersl drhlllty or fron
diwaar. niiig In. in tleiantreiueiil of ihe liver.
Voiira trtilf.
E. P. fESDALL.
CAUTION.
Tt.x.flsiiit' (li-nnsn Üemedie are eonnlerfellsd.
S. that tti sasBssvaamamsaaaMaw slsnslnre of
t:. M. J ACK
f, " MIX Iann ihe
f all b.ittla.
) I I) CiUMterfell,
Bfc jBBBBBBBaJe 'ffl'' Snl
wrspr of
All oii.era sre
I'rniclpal
Manufactory at the (sr
man M-lii lue Store, Mo. 611 Al'.CII filrect, I'hlladtl
pUla, la.
llt.lKLi: M. F.fASS, frnprli-lor,
formerly C. M. JACKSO.t Co.
11 UC ICS.
rirtollanJ's Csrmss Haters, per bottla.
ft m
.a I t
mir i.wai a no
llivnasad's flermss Toalr. put np In onart botllea,
a. ... , ... . 1 ... t..m AT All
an no er iwin - Mw'"
. Ca not forjt lo sssmiaa eil tbe Srllcls
W la order Io f el lbs issalss.
For sale by drunlsts anJ storekeepers .Id
rv townln toe UaitsJ States,
Jfov8-j
ev
MEW GOODS
FÄLLMDWHTEB
IT
rirmr.
i
AT THE
w01d White Corner.,,
AQT., bas Just ecrlrtd a well selcctea stek of
SHY GOODS
OF ALL KINDS,
CLOTHS, ! CASSiMERES,
HEADY-MADE CI OTIIINGj
BOOTS & SHOES,
QÜEENSWARE,
ST0XE, EARTHEN AH'OODEK-WiBE.
i
ALL AT
SMALL PlsOFITS
ron
' i
..(IB II Htl.ll.
Franklin Marble Woiks,
liKOOKVILLE. INDIANA.
Shop on Main Ktrrtt, vruth of the Cwri
Jlviitc.
II ANNAN & SCIIULFi:,
Mavin"; entered Into a co artoersb p fr tbr por
pose f e-irrvinif on the Marble busir.ess in it.
cartons brsnchei, we woulJ respectfully annour.o
fo car friends sni the ob!ie renrrallv of this
iri'l tbe aJjoioirg Counties of tbis State and Ohio
tbat we are cow prenaicd to eiecute in tbe test
tjle of tbe trsdc sll work in our line, such as
MONUMENTS,
TOMB8TONES
PeiDj racticsl artists, we desire our friends
nd all others v; ho bate an inclination to favot
s witb a call and test wbat We say.
All w..rk warranted to giro aatirfnetlon.
All rontraets fr work made by as or Messr .
fobn V. role sod Mumn L'tu'b, our Sjtoi!
s peets, will be t n. mi l) filled.
Jen. 10. 'gt58-ly. HAXSAK k SCHULI T .
EXCHANGE MILLfc
BROOKVILLE. INDIANA.
WASUIKOION HOLLAND having seid L.
half of the above named establishment t
JOHN U.ADAIR and W. W. BUTLER, the;
ia eonnection with WALTER S. BAKEK
hare formed a partDefship for tbe purpose -running
thr'eame, have put it in excellent runnir,
order, and are now prei areu to do work In ths ij.ee
dieet and beat manner.
Special attention given to cnstoai work, and oi
facilities for grinding beiog so grest, we can s
ways on short notice torn oat grists for oor Ca
mmers. Tbe highest market price paid in CAMI f
Wheat, or ws will grind Wheat and pack Tloo
for those who do pot desire to sell.
Thankful for pest fsvort, they solicit a contir
usnce and an incrcshf of btsinefs.
BAKER, ADAIR k BUTLER
Rookville. Ind.. Nor. , lrS3-ly .
o o
The United States Solar Oil Company
AHE maoufacturir r a l'.arhirjt Oil for i.luujina
tin parptises, wbich they oiler to the pubUc
ander tlie fol.cw.ng guarantees:
i.:it:
It is Non Hxi'Losive, U.ndeu any ant.
All Tt.sts.
Fr.Ciisu-I t s a cKarj bite ligit. cqu-tl to
the best gn; dura not durale the ee by tlieering:
does not soil the finest linen; does uut sjiI tbe
iLiiunsy, tiur eonstiuie the wick.
Tin so It is terieutly safe, free from the ff.-u
tivo odor ot Coal Oil . and rlcaras srir.g water.
. FottTM It is t. II LAI'hH Ibsn Coal O.I, ai.a
gives a much tetter lig-ht front the s nuo rired
lump.
Kirnt It has no cTetsirs ttnell while bum it jr.
Tili Comny h a f.ir trial, feelinc assured
that its safety ai l seir et Mcut Sül'ültloUITY
overt", a I Oil, will it.suro its use In ev-ry
family ,Storc, Mmhiut Sltj. JSlrrrt
Haiti oft d (, 'i-auibiKit, at"...
CrSoiD or Ll. Dkai.v.hs Akt) buiticisrs7.
Fold Uhulesale by
Charles LIIooTsr, Wholesale Drngght.
Koyfi Mate St.. St Albany, In J
7ftLlght-IIouso Lornsrs aud Chimneys for
isloslfo.
ALFRED DAVIS. Src'y. ,
New Albany, InJ.
Kile Agents-K.VADB ACO., Drookville. rrstik
lin Cuuot', IndUns, tust TO m
CEDAR GROVE, IND.,
tKSl.(K l-
DRY GOODS, MOTIONS.
HATS AND CAPS,
2jdocs an swosa
Grooorics, döo.
Ilsvinff tenrvmi I uiy sttire in CeJ ir tJrove, I am
pew randy to turnt.h tuy cust-uuvr with eery.
Ib'ng in my lioe of business,
uisr.d Sin J. C CM A.MHK1H.
( HOICK 8KKUS AM) PLANTS.
Fresh and Cht ice s
Usrden and Flo sr
Pecds,
Orsps Ylnsl,
Strawberry riant,
Fralt and Ornaraoatal
Trecssnd Shrubs,
rueCapa Cod
Cranberry, for
t'plsnd of LowlseJ,
I'rolt Ptocks, and
lisdee riaats.
Bre.N, uistl Fruits,
Ilsildlnx risots,
1'iepald by mail.
Triced llesciiptlrs
Catslogae yratls to any
plain sddiess.
U. M. WATSON,
Old Colony Nurseries k
Seed Establishment,
Plymouth, Wen.
Wholesale List to the
Trade sad Cloba.
email cvergrvcDs,
AO KMT. WARTET
Cttra shMns ollssllon nf QeruvAB r low! Seedl.
Poris Osrded nr Flnwer Seads, rfcfld by tust),
ft. Tb" "ort fadletotis assortment ever ifTeree.
fea Sm
cmcirniATdt
BUSINESS DIREOTORYi
ALM.
axrv ibBMs.is,nj"---
9m Iw rtsiaav ,i. l fa, a. St W. raasd ay
BOOTS at Mil QMS.
JOH UATfc" sfc tt i l
a a SB. is. fjmmam wecS tmiW. S4 fwj U.
JtAlUQM BO LT st HtUAUM.
CU A t. jU A U A M , aUaafMSsa
tM ariSfM, Oaa UNUn, aad W
sva .
t? W
I M. I na
BMCMU1C3 st niKB QOOTf.
WM. BKOIVTKLL sfc tXK. sjt aSawe
Sf Mrasaaa, aad .ry wus ssaae Wars, Asad M
LSI w aiaa Bit..
' BttOMYVatLL. HAND LOOM wsa
eiaraat ' Maeka. M . . k M J.
SjuS fmr saaaUf aa. Wss. sWa.aa ÜU ta.asSs
J. K.SKAATK V UTL. OarHaas Va
SJU .Ml B...SS, mK, aaS iului, Votbs4
I Baus
w a'
Smb s.i
salriBg. fc' CteUal 4vm.
CAHfMTM.
stun W DOW OTTS
CarMtias saS Cwi
Si hi. iJ nt
S)m. kUatarwMS sf VI Isvie'
BlaU.
JNO. A. fS.VtlTii. Carssss, OU O-fL -s
BaKM.eSsn 14 taaa IsrS smt. jsV.fwBssaV
CLUTHt.4 WASH MM at BVatiJielÄH.
Til B Ii VDttAlLIC Usthas wssa Wrtaw7
Is phaliMli sä aa, aS tar tmri,ma. artma. wm,
At. UM. SMS LasaSWr Must K tmtm a Wrmmm 9m
VOMMISMIOX.
SlBBBMajBjBBBaasaWSaWaaWaWaWaaaaBWaamaa
CXM. HUAN V KKWrOttT. Cil.1.a W
abai. ! i'mi.. UraJK, jrre.iaieaa. BiaSa. a. W,
iasi Blrm. v
CHE l!TY BIKXoVtO. Mar, Graa, tsa.
Srai rrSe. Plw aaiCJB.Hatt BUrMl..!.. BaaSSJ
SaraLSsS. SS Wasw a. IS tv.
" MTAVFKkV V MM.r" HT, tmm-
larBaaai la Sieor, m, bWm ihaeaa. kffa,
sea, Aspiss, irise frsila, sts., earsfiass sa er, aS
IdvmS saartet .ras, ersr essatisMsa .
IT Walas. Sana.
FUCL.1MS a WKIUUT,CMaaM -, "
m w.fifu ss. -
tho. WKaaetn fc tx ?-''
Varvarsiae Aa.au. u.a.iaMSi aMavar. m laaa.
tsraia, Walsky, aa4 Oeaarai tnimm. I a I Wasat sa.
WAHSU1V. MnB.UA4 Ai PAtiE.
a.malli.iiia Marikmu aaS Li.al.r. !a f-a'aaa-aa. Iaa
miu sswauaa as saiiia Wma A rnSaa af aM Si.as.
0 Viae Barsss.
r i.v. a an. n.i Tu Je ro. f.
fcUrataaal. tor aala af a actor, CBaaaa. asa. Sial.TB.
LarS. UrvaS frmia, Saasa. aa4 Waaarai rt-m.
SMftUaM. -
JOIIN N. TUOMAS sV 1K, tt aas icM
Oawauatiaa Msrahaaa. aaS Ltaaiar. la rra.se S.a.e.
ai it, Bak. ...aaiai aa nuiaa.. aa4 laaa aas
at Oraia. Sia. 3a V aasr fca.
COXMCCT1 OX ICK T.
B. W. KKtn Ac CO., taatV-naaary.
mm I'.aa4 li.iu. huu 1 .r. W-ra& Tr. aM. a t
tomtit araaas of riss-t waaaiaa, r.aa, i
ä.aaape. u akaia wa.
DIU tXILTON, Ue Bevivae at" Jitsreas .
TmU extrasuS viUset fata. Has i.es ll ss iti,
I lei Him aa.
JflJtK JtUlCJC Jt TIL.U CLAT.
aiivr no . vniiu la Ar S'll ätaaa
' at baiatevül, Ö. Otbsa, ail atar M Oaaiaasa.
UHOIMKB.
CARPENTER, BROWN ate KIXIOTTi .
Whaiaaal. Urasars aaS .is.iaa atarauaaa, I aa
liml Straa.
HATS.
CO AN, TUB HATTER, M Was faattk Sa-,
aw) appanl Fl.'. Oaara alaaa.
GIBtOM.RUO.. WSaailB Daalars SUSS,
Caps, suae Cesas. sal iSirs, l W.earl Sa.
UA.lt It X.OOJf.
fTAKMEttM aatiaf tu. IHT HMO IX-J ja
ss foc Mia all klaa. sf slsta, . prasars MKaW
1EN HALLS, muh laae Iweravawaaia. 1 as sisjf..-
a ahü aa aaeast it. ft ewalars aa aaia.as aj
COWFaN Y, U.c.aail, O. OS rsaMvad ss sSS ts
atraat, Satwasa Haas aaS Ks.
UTATTS LirB BAL AM '
Bas eata evar lOOeVw aaaas af RfaakalaaB. BaTafala,
Ol Uloars, Drrap.ia, aaS ail Diseaaas araaac trm
toeant. f th. b 4. SI a Sattle : s.a S S WaV
sates af its W.iderfoi Caras eaa es taaS af Sh T . atast,
IM Kla Ciasiaaati. O. .
KID QLOritS.
JOrv-IV KID OIVKH, $1 M ft saaa,
WSTfcS Sa. at Mall A Mti.sra. Ut W. f oartS Et.
VJtlOX COAL Oll. Je LAMf CtX
W. II. AI.IIU.iril. AMt. Lawai
laasWar. V ib. . U.a.. Frau Jars, Caraaa.il aaalaa
Uass4 aas Lars Oils. KS. S W. lasts St.
MACH M1CRT.
IESiLEK dt -H ill LTaaarasaaUchaBS
tbup, S. E. aar. SacaaS k Lue B4s
J. A. KA Y V -O., sat rarer, mt aearr arte,
af Pataal WaW taarkiaf Maaaiaarj, Flaataf al.i.l.a.
Saab, M.Uliaf , aaS 'l.aala Uscaiaas, aas. W arraaaaa
Su parlor U aar ta m. alaaafaeWr aa OAVaa, esraat
Jsaa k Freat 8a. faa fee arraatars.
f.Vtr Jb. I.ära WITT. M.afataai r. af Oiraalae
B.w. Mill.. fartaW.S siauaiemrjr Staaa. Esifiass, Sau es.
aud still Macbiaarv ef alt kiaSs 130 W. Baasa BS.
MILL FVHXISHIX
TllOfa. KKADraUD etc CO.. rraaab
ktilUMuus slaaufacwrr. iilll U.ariaa, tUlu.S Clataa,
Portabi. Milla, baa. ililla. lAaiuar aa baa aalstaf.
AS Walsat street.
XOM'MZXTS.
T. WHITE SON. mpvrt. af tae .ilitrasiS
autck Uraatl, llaitaa Markle ätaaamaaäj. I
ail Nat VI Oraaitaa. SSA aa4 11 W. Utk St.
UVSIC
OKIUER V MIM). ke.t SlasW, Suast
ta.traaa.eia. Hol. A.au (ur Traaar, S.aias.a A Ca. a
I laaa.. wiW.rtnaat.
rAIXTS Jt OILB
WM. K. CXtX sV C
WllOI.r! K A BET41L DEALERS IW FafWTt,
OIl-S, 1MM)W (iLASs A tAlMAkS' atATtaiAL,
173 Bm Nimi. ,
PALMEIC LOTIO A VEBrVitXMI.
rAUkR-B VLbKTAbLE COSHETIC 10T10I
f. ths srvaraiga balai ft r t'.s rw.Ua. rime la aa the tMe,
a. a.ll aa tb. uteet utraanaf saataaa. taau. taat aa
aAiat aaj Bar af tie. aaraaa,
P..TTHS. las., Ost. S3, 1SS4,
Ha. Pois Pit.ata: Tw Leta KaaaaraA
SM af teuer af tkirt. faars' .taa:n(. N aweaat af
B..B.V vaul teairt ro.ua. aitacat It fas ag.arlf ae
faaniy, as 1 Sa it aaaallv foa far arf kia a Sara aa
liHr.il apl'liaatiea W rairS, aa all a. aai. kralaaa.
an ail similar aa-iw; alas k.ras: artv.aka Ska
faraatiaaaf afcl.ster, aa Utisfaal Ol eareaaa, aiasaat
aataaSiat.lr. 1 bav. a et miaa ib. saa. aa . aa Sar
y.ar BiadKiaa. kal aar. fraai a Sa.' r. taat taaee .Slia
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