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THEA 1.1 13 Hl C A IJ '. LCCiL CZPAMUCKT. Ti:.:TADLC-7.v.v.n.n. DOWNWARD TRAIKS. ' ' ' p . wtwimwwii 8', $9 A Ki Chleeeo Slall a sow . e eawaae erne eneejweeewaee 8.43 r. M. mm wo owcrwwoe a H-Ji Fe If Bight Eraight ....ll;0e p. a, UPWARD TRAIX3. , Chicago :C9 a. m. Ckleto rpr.i ......... ...10:0) p.m. I Ft i t MtMMI(IMNMtMMHMUi A. V 13:0 P.M. Tbe Board of County Comtniieionert will tuet In regular teuton on Monday neat, lit. Jlobbard titling is piece of Mr. Moore. -. Uc:t:-j cf A-rk-Uzril Ccekty. : 4 Tbe regular quarterly Deeiittjr of tbe F.-nk-ilia County Agricultural Society will bfl Itld 'ext Catarday afternoon at 2 o'clock. A .JDoard of DSrtctort aoi ÜSceri of tbe SociJ ' ty ara ta ba cboteo. . i TT ill be beM ta the Presbyterian Cbarcb So Droolville on tie 6th in it at 10 o'clock A. , IL PreacVisj raJ pctei at 2 o'clock P. II. oa Cüerday tba Sib, iatt. Ueva. 8tew grt aaJ Atiiot will officiate. . iieaioua,"r"ce, w ClJir. Perdue, aod LHer Smith wwfLi ...... in Canter CbiDtl. near Paletiine, next Satur- , .Uy evening at t o'clock, an J alto next Sun day Boroic; It 11 o'clock and Sunday aven- Aj at 6 J a'clock. Trix.fsr cf Property. We nnderetand that Mr. U. V. Kyger'e ttcre iXoildioj is tbia place bat fatted into tba land of Mr. Wilson Morrow for bat cou f -euierntion wa ara not informed. - If yoo vith to tea a Larga Block of ' Goodt, fo to Hasard at Laurel. Eall and Oyater Sapper. ' Tbw Masonic Fraternity of Metemora will Ji a Ball and Oytter Supper in tbeir Hail a Chriitraae Eva, for the benefit of lb Order. i Or&rel Eoadi. Now tbat tba Gravel Uoed Law baa bcea decided conetitotioi'al by tbe Supreme Court of Indiana, those of oar people Interested Id tba conitroxtioo of new road ean go abead wiiJ tbeir contemplated roade and aoaitrnct ' tbea a qaiclly at poiitle. Thacki jlxios Day Pained off qalaily and pleaiaolly in tbit lo cality. The ttore generally were cloeed. - A Jarga Dumber of people aeeeubled in tbe Metboditt Cborch, wbera ao able, patriotic sad appropriate raioa wee preecbed by Uev. F. A lienor. Sumptaooi dinner! and tbe eotertaiameot of invited gaettt were tbe or der of tbe afternoon. ' . .i ... Bankruptcy. Actording to a provieioii of tbe l'ankropt lew, ea original! patted, partitt filing tbeir petition witbin one yeer after it went into Veperailoa mlgbl b ditcbarged from tbeir debit ii hunt r7&rd te in kmoail ol aetete be urnrv m . - r I ' arty turrtadtred; tbat it, a debtor baving do property beyond wnat tbe law exempted aod allowed bim to retain oaigbt at ill be relieved of bit debit. Tbit provision of tbe law, limit ed originally to one year,' waa afttrwardt ex tended by aa amendment to the 1 of Janu ary, 1869, aed tbe exteneion to made will therefore run out in about tbirty dayt. Upon pelitiont filed after tbat data tbe debta will not be ditcbarged unlit fifiy per cent, of tbe . amount proved thai! be paid, or a majority of tba creditor! give tbeir content in writing. Hotice It berebv given to all penoni knowing tbem aelvet iodebted to ma by note or otberwiee, tbat tbey are eerneei! requeued to call and wiake payment at toon at potaible, at tbe ftil ure of Mr. Stone bat involved me in manner onlooked for, and I matt bave money to get along. I tberefore atk of tbnte whom I have favored. tbat tbey favor me at ibit lime by pajiag sp old tcoree. J. IL Mast tea. A Surpriial. - Tba Lawrencebarg Prett tayt tbat Rev. Mr. Tiatley, formerly of tbit place, wat inrprited last Monday evening, in Aurora, by a parly of ladiea and gentlemen wbo made tbeir appear ance, unannounced aod uninvited, at bit reei dence, and Very unceretnonjoatty proceeded to naalc tbemeelvet ai bone. After an even ing ? erj pltatantlj ipent, tley departed, leav ing tbeir boat a pleasing remembrance of tbeir visit, in tbe matter of over one bundred dollara in cath, and articles of utility amount lag in all tu about one bundred and twenty five dollara. Call and Settle. ' All tboee knowiog tbentelvet Indebted to me will do me a favor by calling andt;ttling irTitfoaol hf gcodt wtiiiout money. 1 . If. R. Cool it. V Erookville, Ind., Dec 1, 18G3. Delinquent Taxes. , Tbe Coonty Treasurer detirea at to tay tbat very larga amount of delinquent taxes are jet anpaid, aod at many delinquents last year ratber blamed bim for not giving a notice to tbem, be taket tbit metbod of giving tbem tbe information tbat tbey are delinquent. Tbe 'ale of all tbe delioqueot real estate will be jnade on tbe first Monday in February, and at be property will be advertieed a month before that time, tke additional costs will be added after tbe first intertion of tbe advertisement Tbose wbo'ioow tbemtelvet indebted will save money by paying op before tbe 15tb day of December. -. 15 Years' Practice in Chronic Disease. Dr. L. Pagin, of South 15nd, Ind., a stu dent of Dr. Dellinbtugb, of Ohio,' author of a New System of Medicine in (Jie Treatment of Chronic Disease, and a New Mode of Combio. ing Medicine,' will be at Laurel, Wednesday, Dec. 9; If dtamora, Thursday, Dec. 10; Brook Tille, at tbe Miller Home, Friday and Satur day, Deo. 11th and 12th; Jacob Fosber'i, San day and Monday, Dec 13tl and 14th. .. r , Convicted. ; . , ' ; Edgebill Williamt, recently arretted at Lib erly, Union County, was convicted in the Uni ted Statea District Court of having in bia pos session coojJie,rfeit Trsssarj notes, with intent lopaistbeml" ,- V ' . ' " 1 An act was petsed oa tbe 2?th of July last, declaring that all pensions should commence from the date of tbe death or discharge of tbe soldier. Many pensions were commenced at tbe tine of finishing the Ul r ipera cf the ap plicaiion, and to tbe pensioner lost from one to two yetn of pay. All the pensions are now made payable fron the time of the soldtert' discbarge or death, and the arrears of socb pen-Ism on be secured by proper application, Every pensioner should look at bit or ber cer tificate and if it it dated at any time after tbe death or discharge of tbe soldier, go at once to some attorney and have the arreart collect- el' KO. If yoa are In need of Dry Goods, Clothing, Furt, Datt, Capt, Boots, Shoes, Gro csruj, lion, Kails, &c, go to ilatard at Lao rel j i, , T7tert ta Ost Good Tacts, . N. F. Tower, at Oak Forest, sells tbe fa rdous Batcbelder Boots at tS per pair of any site. We caq recommend tbeee boots as most serviceable for Wiuter ate at good a boot as anybody could with for ordinary use, and as reasonable in price as any we bave seen. We would advise our friends la the neighborhood of Otk Forett to go to Mr. Tower's ttore and tecare a pair of the Batchelder Boots. Irociville Harketi. Wheat it telling u BrookviUe at I,40 to $1,55 per bushel according toquatity, Corn 53 cts, Oatt 45 eta, Barley $1,90, Flaxseed $1,80 to $1,30, Timothy teed $1,50, Clover teed 12 cts. per pound, Flour $3,50 per bar rel, Polaioet 70 ctt. per bushel, liogi $3,50 to $9 per hundred weight nelt. Eeifel's Family Grocery. Theodore Reifel eoaliauet to do a paying business at bit Family Grocery, where be telle all kiodt of Groceries, Floor, Provitioos, ia, at tbe, lowest market prices for cash. Mit molto it, "Quick tale and tmall profitt." He is a elever aod accommodating butinett mao, and we with bim continual success. northwestern Farmer. The December number of the Northwestern Farmer It an improvement (if tuch can be) over any number heretofore i as aed. With the next issue, this superior agricultural Journal entere open the fourt volume, with a very targe circulation. We will send the Indiana American and Northwestern Farmer one year each to any subscriber for $3.50 in advance. . Bemoval of Stock of Goods. The stock of dry goods belonging toTbos. E. Burke, dee'd, has been' removed from tbe Kyger building in tbit place to Madison. . 7 inter. . The first day of Winter (Tuesday, Dec, 1.) brought with it a heavy fall of mow the see ond enow of the aaeon io this srciion put ting our people forcibly in mind of big fires and warm, clothing. Winter ia here, iure enough, and we hope ever body it prepared for it f ' Bemoval of County Seat. I An effort it being made in Itipley Count y to bave tbe coonty Seat removed' from Versaill ee to Osgood. ' ' ' ! ' 1 ' mm . I 1 Dietz & Gels. Tbit firm it doing a thriving butinett at the Old White Corner." Attentive and accom modating gentlemen, they merit lbs liberal patronage tbey are receiving. Their large aiock of Ladies' Dreva Goods, Ready-Made Clothing, Groceries, 4c., is coasteutlj repleu tthed by new purchase! io the city at whole sale prices for cah. Tbe fact tbat they are satisfied with reasonable pro6ts, makes tbeir store a popular retort.; Continued success to you, gentlemen. ' The Advantage of Advertising. The New Yark Trtoaae has tba following upon the vale e of advertising, anl every practical business man will confirm what It savs of the presaat slat of business: "FrtJenee and economy, of ceurte, are the twe great lessons to be learned, bat there is one part ef these Ismo as, whloh, ia dell times, Is es pvelallv not to be forgotten, be sure ef on a tnlBg, wbaterar 70a bave to sell, tbera are many people to buy, even ia tbe most depressed sa sea. Fiad tbeia oat; show thsiu your wires; per saade tbem to bay of 70 rathor than aaoibor. Wbea buyers are reluctant, sellers must be ae tive. It Is aeitber cheap nor eenstble to sit be hind yoar eoanter, and wait for tbe bustle of trade to revive. When business Is dill, that Is tbe time wbea 70a most need to advertise; and ta tba seooad, that is whoa pooplo doroto most time to reading the aewsptpert, and when your edvertikomoni, consequently,' Is most generally ts. A fow dollars thus invested will do more tt revive a sluggish business than any thlog else ia theorld." i . Fatal Accident On uesdty nibt, Jerry 0 Connor, ayeang man lining aoar tba eoraor of . South aod Nebla ttreeti, employed tt a Irakefmaa oa tbs Cincin nati aad IadisBBpolit Juaetlon Railroad, met his death, while on doty, near Vienna, Rush county. He wat coupling tome cart of the freight train boun stitwsrd , arseangt betwtea tbbMyoa, end iastanür killed, lue remains were taken to Indlanspolisoa the night express, and forwarded to hie late residence. There waa not a slnjle mark en his body to indicate , the meaner ef his death. . . . Cincinnati "Wholesale Harketa. TOISDAT, PC. 1 P. M. Flour Fsaey . brands of hill and white wheat flour $SjS to 10 per barrel, Family f 7.C0 to $7, 75, Extra fl,7 to 7, Superflnc $5,7 to 5,2, and lew grades 5 to $5,60. Rye flour $6 te $8,25. Buckwheat flour $7 to $10. Wheat JJ o.l winter red $1,75, No. 3 $1,65 to $1,67, N. S $1,60. Prime white $3,10, and hill $1,60 to $1,85. Cora New ear 63 te SI ett. at tbe depots, aad 65 ctt. In seeks oa tke landing. Cats 61 to 63 ets. for prime to eheioc w bite, 60 ctt. for No. 1 mixed, and 53 ett. for No. 2 .do. Bye $1,33 foe No. 1 la oUrator, and $1,25 to $1,37 for prime In sacks. , Barley $25 te 3,30 for No. 1 Canada spring, Ne. 3 Stata 1,7 to 1,80. Hogs The reospts eontlnue far short of the de mand, aad prices have again advanced 15 te 30 percental. Most of the ealas were at T,&0 to 8,00 gross, and 9,25 to 9,75 net.. One lot aver aging ever 400 lbs. soli at 8,10 gross. Üood smooth heavy hogs sold radi!y ai 8,00 gross, and many more would have btta taken at tbit price. If here. , ; , ". Beans 3,2 to 3,75 per Lnibel for good to prime white, ' r Potatoes Prime qualities 75 to 80 ett. on ar rival, and 90'cts. to 1,00 from store. ' ' Salt Ohio river and Kanawha 47 f ett. per bushel and 3,65 per barrel of 230 lbs., Turks' Island 8 to 60 ct4 and Liverpool 3,75 per sack. ( Seed Clover 12) ctt. per Ib.'j Timothy 2)50 per bushel, and FUxiecJ 2, CO per Lai bei ( : Inpcrtiit ta Cijir HtpufACturtri. The Commissioner cf ' Internal' Rlveftue' its prescribed the following taode of cancaUa- the tsx fail lUmrt for "The strip sucps (tax paid) for elgare iiw boaee will be eaaeoled by the use ef a steaell plate of brass , or copper, la which there thall be, eat net leu thai tlx (6) waved liaea, long enfufh to eatend not lese than three-quarters of ao Ineh leyead eaeh side Of tbe ttamn oa tht box. The ntmt cf the mtnufacturer aad tbe date of cancellation mast be written or imprinted npoa the stamp."; The werk of effia Ing aad eaneeliag must be ioaeby tbemsaafat tarer. ""' ' ' TT'onan Convicted of Harder,' Mrs Wiley, of Oreensbarg, wai eonvloted at the last term of the setter Clreutt Court, at accessory with her busbtad to a marder in that county, and wae taken to the Jefferson vllle .penitentiary, a few days ago, for a tern of twe yeart. ' Grant, from a Religious Point of View. from the Naw York Xvaarellit. Not merely io ability, but io chsracteri io temperament, io disposition, we believe General Grant to be well rjuslified for tbe htiih plsce to which be has been cnosen If aiiVtbiog be, clesr In bis military his tory, it is that lie is a man of independent mind,' forming bis own opinions aod act- in according to his own judgment. We oerer beard it claimed by General bber tnan or Sheridan, or any other Of bia dis tinguished Lieutenants, that tbey could control bim in the field, and that the glory of hie great campaigns belonged to tbem. On the contrary, they freely cooceJud to bin tbe superiority which ought to be long to tbe bead of tbe army, and testify tbat the most brilliant movements of tbe war were entirely tbe 'project of bis own brain, and iu tome cases is in tbe aeries of battles which ended in tbe cspture of Vicktburg -were undertaken sgsinst their judgment. This is .very high praise from one commander to another, and tbe best proof of the breadth of bis mind, of bis clear-sightedness and independence. A man who could not be controlled by his ablest Generals, we do not think will allow himself to be "mansged by subtle politi i ctans. Nor is be likely to be made the tool of psrty. To a party, indeed, bo owes bis election, but when be enters on bis high oüice, be is the heid of the whole nation, J and, we believe, will be tbe President, not of a party,' but of the whole country, All a. ,! .n e i . a parts 01 11 win snare me oeneni ot n is ad ministration, and not less tbe Southern States. We know great apprehension hat been felt there ol bis secession to power; but, we believe, without reason. For while be will be firm and decided in main taioiog the laws, be will not be unjust or oppressive, ilia nature is tusgoauimous. This be showed by the terroa he granted on the surrender of General Lee. lie bad the rebel army under bis foot, an enemy tbat bad kept bim at bay for many long and bloody months; yet he did not for a moment yield to a feeling of revenge, lie might have insisted on conditions the most humiliating; but, oo the contrary, be granted terms which auy brave butuufor tuoate commander might accept. Thus he respected tbe coursgo of an enemy, aod was considerate to tbem in their mis for tunes. In this he showed the magnanim ity of a Lave soldier, who respects io others the qualities of which be te con scious in him&elf. This brilliantezample of moderation in victory ought to inspire confidence at the South io the great chief tain who, having been (bus magnanimous in war, ia not likely to prove a cruel op pressor in peace. United States Senator. The question of a successor to Mr. Hen dricks bss opeoed up io a manner tbit promises to make the contest an interest ing one. . Already many of the country papers bave indicated tbeir preferences for this or that man, and tbe number of as piranta is legion one of our exchanges aaya it ia ninety-seven, but it is probably not well posted. Of those already nsmed, msny are good and tried men, yet amof; tbe number we notice none so eminently suited to the f osition or more worthy of its honors than Ion. U. W. Julian, He took a leading part in the orgaoixation of the llepublican party, and from tbat hour to this, has been one of the most 'active and efficient advocatea ofita more advanced aod dis tinctive, ideas, and the warm supporter of all those great measures that bave made the party worthy of support, and secured for it an honorable place in history. There ia scarcely a living ststesman more prominently and folly identified with the beoificent legislation of the times than Mr. Julian. There rests not on bim the taint of a suspicion that he would not hereafter sustain with his might all that has been secured st an expense of so much labor, treasure and blood. With him there bss . been no sickly compounding with expediency and no mistakes to be corrected in sorrow and humiliation; and should he be selected to stand for Indiana in the United States Senate, his national reputation wonld at once give him a posi tion and make, our State more prominent Ty felt in the councils of the oaiioo.tban perhsps could any of tbe other aspirants. There is another consideration tbat might have aome weight, we should think, io certain quarters. For instance, there are in Eastern Indiana quite a number of gentlemen of talent and prominence who bave been thought of ss possible succes sors to Mr. Julian, and who have possibly, io times past, suspected bim of being per sistently in their way, and wbo may have wished him out of it. To all soon, we commend the consideration of the proprie ty of clearing the field, aud forever shelv ing Mr. J., by sending him to the Senate. It may be that the harmony of Eastern Indiana polities (so dear to every one) would be assured by this plan; at any rate, the experiment, it seems to us, would be worth tbe trial, aad we therefore com mend it aa at least the most feasible, if not the only possible solution of a prob lem, that has "orely baffled several per sons for years. New Castle Courier. Governor David Tod. -The whole country will offer spon ttne ous sympathy to the State of Ohio in tbe loss of one of her citizens whose name and fame will outlive his generation, and.add renown to the State where be lived, serv ed and died. His decease took plsce sud denly from some cause not yet communi cated to therjublio. as ha was about to . take the train for Cleveland from his resi. dence nearYoangstown, Ohio. Thehsrp campaign' of '1861 1 is yet fresh in the, minds of all, when his election-as Gover nor crave courage and iov to all in an hour of great darkness Liberty Herald. ', . Cr.$HYthe Odds. The following itcnr is going the pren, round, credited to The 8urdird:, "The County Jail atGreensburg con tains 'Five Negroes, charged with mur der in the rtt degree, and one charged with assault with intent to kill." The Standard said ''five fersons." Tbe item in the above form etarted io the Cincinnati Knquirer. If that paper had said, "five Detnucrsts," theu would it have laid truly. The change it not material; however, t 'Nerocs, or 'Democrats' as you like it. Small is the odds', any way. Greensburg StanJard.- ' v " ' . -'s i ' ' ' " ; , 'The Washington specials to the Cincin nati JSnjuirer of Monday contab the fol lowing. . ,, ' ! -"Governor Morton is frequently spo ken of for Secrets ry of theTressury, and if a Westero man should be selected, and hie (health would , adruit, i it believed he would be "tendered .that position; -The Governor was seriously indisposed last night, -so much so as to excite alarm, but he has quite recovered to-day." ' Seoattir Morton is not a candidate for a Cabinet position, lie prefers to occupy his seat upon, the floor or the cenate. - Journal. . - - - , . . , . THE REASON. The reasca why Barrelt'e Vegetable Hair Restorative has alargrrsale and Is more popular than any ether, is si reply because itt thebesU - , Tbe reasons It is toe best ere: It it more easily applied. Its effoots are mora pormaB-at. It contains no aitrate of lilrrr or othsr. pois onous substances. It thoroughly eis uses tbe tcalp of all dirt, died ruff ni other extraneous substances. Jt does not gum the heir. It absolutely restores the heir to its natural color, whether black or brown. ' 1 1 oausas the hair to grow thick , luxuriant and glossy. . ' . . v It Is a ruberb nair oressiog. It is highly scented and does not stain the rcalp or linen. . ' " It is not a uya but a jiesiorauve. These are tbe reasons why Darrett'e le the best II sir Preparation la the world, as well ae the rea sons why every one should use lUrrett'a In pref erence to all others. Cineiaaati Sen day tiiobe. 13 U. J O . Y.-;U li li liV, Brook vi lie. Indiana . . TUE GBE1T CAUSE ,n or , - , . HUMAN M I O B R Y Just published, In a eealed eavelops. Prise S cents. A LECTURE oa the Hature, Treatment, and RadiealCure ef Seaalnet M' ah nets, erSper tnttorrbesa, Induced by self-Abue-, Involamary Eiulssiots, Impoteney, Nervout Debility and Impedlineott to Marriage gsacrallyj Coniatnp tloo, EplUpsy, and Fits; Maatal and I'bysleal In capacity, etc. Jiy ftuUKK t J . luuvtnwjtLL, M. D., Author of the "Green Rook," The world-renowned Author, ia this addtlrable Lecture, claarly proras, fron bis eon esxrian, thtt tht awful conieqeeaset of Self-Abuse uey be effsotually retnovad without medicine, tad without daogaroits surgical eporatlons, bougies, iastruiaenle. rlnts, or' cordials polntinc oat a mode ef eure at once certain and effectual, by whisk every suffarer, no matter what hit condi tion may be, may cure hinsttlf cheaply, private- , and radically. . ,. This Lecture will prove s boon to thousands and thousands. Sent, undar stal, to any a.J;lrass,ln a plain sealed envelop, on recairof Txo.oT,t!t" twe postage stamps. Also, lr.' Culvcrwell's "Mar riage Uuide,'' price SS eentl. Addrese DllAS.C.KLinBSU., 117 Bowery, New York, lost OHlce lioa 4586. Executor's Notice.- NOTICE Is hereby given ibet' the undersigned has been appointed Executor of the will of John Usekleman, late of franklin County, de ceased. The citato ii probably solvent. . . W M.J. PECK, Eiecutor. Nev.20, ises Sw. . Guardian's Sale of Ileal Estate THE nnderslgaed Odardlaaof Frederiok A. Qross, a minor, will, . On Saturday, Decemher 19, 1SG3, " ; offer to sell at private sale, oo the premlsss, JIJi acres (more or less) in tbe Wst part of tbe East half or the N. E. qr. of See. 14, Town 12, Raoge IS, In Franklin County,' Indiana, it being the land in laid .half quarter seotlon belonging to said minor, i nd will reoeive private bids up to said day for the same; and if not sold at private sale, will, on said day, tell the said retl eUate at public suction on the premises. TERMS OF SALE One-third Jown, one-third In one year, and remaining third In two yeare from day of sale, the deferred pajtnents to be se cured by the purchaser's notes aad inoitgage on the premises, bearing interest from date, and py eble without relief from valuation or appreise mailt laws. CARVEL O. FISH BACK, Nov. 20,183-4w. Guardian. NOTICE OF INSOLVENCY. - AT the November Term of the Conrt of Com mon Pleas of Franklin-Couaty, Indiana, tbe Estate of Claries W. Brison, deceased, wis de clared probably insolvent. Creditors are there fore noti&ad that the same will be eattlad ae1 eorainily. - KICil ARD J. DAY, Administrator. , Holland, Blnkley k Jones, 'Ally's. Nov. 20, isaa Sw. , NOTICE OF INSOLVENCY. AT the November Term of tbe Common pleae Court of Franklin County, Indiana, the Es tate of Emily 11. Noble, deceased, wat declared probably insolvent. Creditors ara tberefore no tified that the taut will bo settled accordingly. , : . JOUN W. KEELY, Adm'r wih the will annexed. IToIland, Blnkley A Jones, At'.j'i. Nov. 20. W& Sw. u. v. . W. II. BSUHFIELD i BR0T1IEU . HAVE opened a Gunsmith Shop ia the new building situated directly opposite the Jail, adjoining Chris. Trager't Tin? Shop. NEW GUNS MADE TO ORDER. Repairing Prompilt Attended to. All Work Warranted. ', Nov. 20-Sm. i - SPRINGFIELD! TJERE it the place to buy your Cheap Goods. II A. L. Adams is still on hand aad ready to ell II als, Caps, Boots, Staei, Clothing and Pry Goods, ef all deaeriptione. Factory Flaaaele, Jeant aod Tarnt, Groceries aad Hardware, all of which I will sell at cheap at the cheapest. So eome right along with year money and produce, for whloh latter I will pay the highest market priee in aoyt&ing in my line. to roll right in, and hurrah fer ibe Ainirieta Peoale. -Nov. IS Im. A.L.ADAMS. STEAM - PLAWIWC T.IILL, Central Avenue, bet. 0tb and Tth its., : J ConnenTille.'Inä." Waneo Ci Mai tin; rKOPKlETORo., OASn," doors,-blinds, window and O Door Frames, Inside Piret Blinds and Shut ters, 'Braoketi, Baier. Mouldings,- and all kinds of Inside Finish, made to order. - We are also prepared to-eoatre.t fer Balld ingi either ia towr or ceuntry Being practi cal meebanict, we think wi ean give satisfaction to all who may favor as with their ) atrensge. Planing . and Sawing done to . oifar .Glued Saih furnished at Dayton prices. ' sT TKEUS. CASII.' ':- sV-TKRliS,CASII.' jun !S ly VAX EE I M All IN, I J. EOOFUND'3 G EElIill . BITTEE3, r ai :; Ilcplldhd's German Tonic. " Tai Cr:t todies f-r all Cl&tk-s tf lit i xarxs. MTOXJCU, on OHO ASS. I . :i:::fiai:d'S gehmaii cuiEnj ' te coae4 ef tbe ear tvieae (o, as tW are i BMdletnftlly 'JWreuSjuf lerM.e, t, HtHi, K.rk lk aae . 1 akla a V I LIll y m a f a s i pre para- ' asaatra. uaa, aiyaiy r aM. aiiü J tln'trm - ra eVaoAWiei'fiMjritrs a np (., ; ;;; uxcx)riJij,r,GEBiiAir Toxno; ' IaesWaaMe.failit..tafl.ai..f ibKw:e w-r, wilk Iba pure eaHy r Mnim.LYmt Sum. Owege. ta., f.ktna " ' Iba at pla.al aai , tgrmt4 rrarClM avvr itn-4 Io ta. publia. . ' ' Tame pretarnae: ft Ma4.elae ttr Wwas aleebene Maiisiei, w'll aas Hccüandfs German Bitters. - Ykoee wke bave ae eMMtina te Ibe evaibleatlva ef tba KiiMra,aa auiee, will aa . -v , . . EOOFLAND'S QERIIAN T02H0 Tbey are bethaaeallypAod, eat eoata)e Ik. was ' aiwlictaal vlnuM. lb. aki.tc lnn lua twe fcla a mere Matter ef laete, the txatS beiaf Ui mmk p.l.Ubl... . . . . THe atoMach, froai a f artrty ef eee; each e IaJiKetloa, Dy.pfpils. Krrveae D.hillty, eie, U ..vry apt v9 nave 11a raae- cKxwly aa It Btona.k, ) ed, the mu do, with tn. beume S.ot fwklca Utaal the pad.al ai , far. frarn aavaral or more ef la. MUwla 4i Constipation, Flatulence. Inward Pi lea, . J'ulaaaa of Ulood te t he Llaad, AoiditF , ef tbe Btomaoh, N.ui.t, Har . wurn, Distrust for Food, ruinöse '' r weight in the Btomacn. s J ' ' Boxxr I;ruotations, Sink inst or S'luttertna at tha Pit of tie Rtoniach. Bwlmmma' of tbe Head. Hurried or Difficult Br-retBinir, Fluiterlnt; at tbe Heart, Chokmc or Puffocalina; Beneatiuna wbaa In altylncPoature.Dimneaaof Vlaioa, ' Dots or Webe betöre the Bitrht, ' Dull Pain in the Head, Daa --; oiency of Perapiratioo, Yel lownest of the Bktn and Eyee, Pain tn the Bide, Back, Cheat, Limbe, eto., Bud- ' - den Fluahee of Heat, Uurntng la . tba.. Fleah. Cooatant Imagtninire ef EtU, and Great Depression, el Uplrlhe, There is to ntsdtdse eitaal Mail te tlese i 1m la nrb caaae. A tae aad lrnr ta tajpartod SO the whole rMM, tba fptf ta atreantaMat. Pe4 ' la anJoyW, Ike toaiMh 4ig-mt preaaptly, la Ue4 . la puHtad, Ike eonplexlea baeoaaee aoaat aa4 brallbf, Ibe yellow tio. ts eratleated from tke ' yS a bloom la (Wae te the ekeaka, aad tee weak eatt aerveas tavaild beeeiaee a stroaf aa4 aeaUky . betkf. v r :... . . ' runaoxa adtaxcxd iXLirn, Aad fa! lac" tbe head af time w.l-r'af kfavlty ape thai, with all Its ttaadant Ilia, 1)1 tat la the aaa 1 Tibia BITTKR1, ee the TOS IO, aa e.ialr that wtlt la-Mil a.w life lalo their vMaa, reator ie a saeaeare the ..rry aed ardor of mare youthful taye, balld ap th.lr hreakaa forma, aut jive bealih awi bapplecas le th.lr remalulac yare, . NOTICE. ; III. a'wll-aalllha4 fael that rally ee-ha!f ef tbe Pmal ponies saaw -TSash oroarpopei- tloe are eel O ' om la ue eajnywaat tit r, (hear alee, -."eevar Tky ara lee f all aaergy. go4 kealUt wa aapvee- fael wetLM euld, dsvotd s.rvoaa, sad kave ae BpfWMM. To thla claaa vf pareone tbe BlTTIBa, ae law T031C, is wpeclallv reeoraiaekded. WEAK AID DELICATE CHILDXEl , ' ' Are made stroke by the use of elthar ef tkeae . rvmnlbia. They will eare every eaaeef äiAKAlKCa, f wliKoot fall. Tbnad efeertifleataebavearciiBialsted la tke ' band, ef Iba prapriaiar, bat .paee will allow ef the pnbnealloa of hat sf.w. Thoaa, It will be eBeereed, ara ma ef aota aad ( each u ailing that Ikey mast be believed. , , TESTIMONIALS. Hon. Ceo. W, Woodward, Oaif 0 tKe ffKprwme Ouuri ttf rav, writes I ' PhiUuUlphlm, March If, 1MT "Had 'Hoof ta Blttara' te, awful la tbe dla-aMive f rraat beaa lasd's Oca. ta a food lea dlMMt ef " orgaas, aed tt laeaeesaf d.biltiy, aad waatef aerr- oa. aetiuB la tbe system. Toeva, truly. 6EO. W. WOOnWAEm. r Hon. J imas Thompson, inAgt ilhs Snprtmt Court o rtytvl n,tU,.lrl,Ait, April at, i tec. " t eamldr Beoflajd's O.riaaa Blttera' a alaa Ks wudici la caaa of ailacksof ludif.aitea o pvpiis. I eaa evrtlfy tilts frust ley eipsrieiea ef V. Teara, with reapaet, JAMES THOMPSOS." From Rer. Joseph H. Kennard, D.D., foMor tin 7Vk Hitt lurch, Fhfttulf'pMa. Xr. Jitrkttr Pav Sir : I have ftnaoM ' reo n eat ad lo eonoet aiy esni. wilh r-.ororo.nda- lloaa or die.raat Ina. Ol nanicinva, uai rruii -lb. pa1i aa eul af aty appro p r I a t a have la aU ellaad;bot prtmf ha lb.ra, Cas wtthaelmr - earle. la .taaeeaaed partleaiaHy le aiy awe ramuy, er ma aaMaiaaae or , hr. HooAaad'a Uormaa Biltm-a, 1 depart fur eaea from my a.aal enr, t expra-s eiy fall eoavlettoa ' tbat, fnr gntrol lUhility af th ayoanvt, Bnd MM 9illy for Livrr QnnjAaint, UU f mind laluabU , jtrrjMimtUm. Uaumaeaaaall may fail ; but aaually, 1 dnubt tut, U wilt he vary beurSe!! to theae who seffrt freia lb. iWh can-.. Tears, very ra-pri folly, i J. U. KF.SSARD, i : . Kijbth, belew Ceatae 84. Frona Rev. I. D. Fendall, ' ' JiriMant J&ia'ur CkrtMimn Chrontdt, PkOovsa, I have dortvwi daeldl baalt from the aae at Hooflasd's Garmat Biltara, aad fr It By prlvtlare to raeomsaaad lhL. aa a moat valaable loale, te all who are eafw-taf from goaarel d.MHty or from diaaaaea ariakug from deraoceaieat of the liver, r Toaralraly. ' ID. FX5DALI ' ' , CAUTION. TJoflaad'e G.rmaa Bemsllra are etmnterfeltea. tee that the HH---9MBr- ahraatare of C. M. JACK 5 v lStar.tbe : Wiwrper of A If T HKIle, ' AHoibersare J J J) eoBatarfcit. , - Pnadpal ' SSJ feo ssd Bfaaahatory at the Oar- maa Miclae Store, He. CSI AKCR Street, Pbiladel pbla, Pa. : r CUAJILES Jf. rrj.V., PtmprMun ... :. formerly a iL JACC50X a Co. .,' - . Boolaadl Bennaa Bitter, per bottle. . I ee air alf doaea. t ae IToolaed'a Aermaa Toala, pnt ap ta nart bekuea, 1 Ob per bottla, er a half desea M T M. ark. kV, aa sortret te examlaa well tke trade heip 1 at ler te get tbe geaalaa. Itritleby -draglili end itortkttpevi cry town tathaUaitel States. 5ov8-y - " la er rO'A estrewely IV. a:;d si:;-v:!:op. :t v.- . a '-rt -'t n - -- '"'' 'I IVC ""tiia 1 l" 5 ' C i' J" : h LaHxio C: VBirötiicr,'' WOULD respeetfaUy direct tbe atteath a ef allpereon -etef f ; ? r TIN-WARE ORSTOVI-S OF ANY KINO. to tbeirassortmiPt.at tbalfghop 4 Mt.Carmel. where ta of evert t tbetkeepeoestantlycn head e lart. eteek r. II. lctS.trn.eetbaila.ee. They will at apte order, - also pat T I r T? rt " r. f r f- f - 1 c Tbey trealte A reals fer tbe tale ef Adams's Pumps." Al gPttrer Elewald'e H stall ie 8oles aed H eels, which they will eell either whole- ta'e or retalj,'? '.-n t t v . ' Tbey otfer all irtlcler In tlalr "tore at taett raaionaMeea h prices, ead thelrwnrb warrant ed to give satisfaction . Orders reet-ectfully solicit- Also, put up MfinTNINfe R0D1 llttt. per foot aad tl.&Apsr point. A&rlS.ms.i.e. a "1 er SV TIN AHD STOVE 'STORE ROBERT OCBOreW MAS JUST OPENED A KEWIT0CF : BmSQCiOTUÜQQ On the Wett UU of Main liurgtu StrvH, NEAR LINCK'S STORE, TO WHICH BK WOULD DIRECT TUI attention of all persons la wsnt of aaytbing la bit line of businet. Ue keep t eoniteatly ea band a large sappl of ' ." Co oking, Parlori Office Stoves ALSO -SUGAR KETTLES. : :brass KETTLES, AND-IRONS, r AND EXTRA STOVE TRIMMI.VGS. He Is also prepared to make and pat ap TIN PIPE, TIN GUTTERS, AND TIN ROOF. Old Iron, Copper, Ilrass and Pewter taken la exchanee fer ware. All Articles ia hit line will be told, end work exernted, en the most reatoneblt terms te etiH )i prompt payinc easterners. Uerepeettally soil ltr athareef pablle patronage. febV-ly EXCHAIIG22 niLLS BllOOKVlLLE.3 INDIANA. WABUIHfJTON HOLLAHD having eeld hie half of tba above named eeubliahmeat te JOHN ti. ADAIR and W. W. BUTLER, they, la eeanectloa with WALTER S. BAKER. have formed a partnership for the purpose of running theliame, bare pat it la eieetlent running order, and ara now prepared to do work la tbe epee II it end Vest meaner.-r : - - peclat attention given to euitoas werk, aad ear fe Ultles for grinding beiag eo great, we eaa el- ye on ibert notice turn eat grist! for oar cat- tr -neri. . lie aigbest market prlee paid la CASH fer Wheet, or wo will grind Wheat and pack. Fleer lor those wbe do not Jeslre te sell. ' ' Thaakfal fer pastfarara, they solielt a eeatla. tinee tad aa increase of business. , . - BAKER, ADAIR k BUTLER. BookTllIe,IndKe.,18tI.l. ; , ; PB00FS OF TUKSIPEBI0B QUALITY . . . or THE , . - AMERICAN WATCH - MADE AT ' tvy? rt n rT?' v fi ? Tn tr a ..t-. 'tw. . l. v . ... i ar.S!!!J TrliJ ,,,"bo,ilU4,U,,1f Vr,chM! ere cheaper. Here accurate, less eompl.i, mere; I . i V .Z V . "r;"" ,lV watcheein tbe market. Tbey are simpler In ,! . av, "7 a ,fY. a tl V?I ;.Vh:r,ff!K'tr0'n.r' l':MV, to be icjuf.d than the maietliy ef foreign watcbet. which are eempoeed of from 115 to 19 pieees, while la an old English wttcb tktreersl more tHee7U0 parts. 11 ow they ras ectrr the hardest trial warcbci eta btve, tubowa by tbe rouowiag letten ' " " PENN.1 RAILROAD COMPANT.' rrici or thi tisatasL 6criiiTtvvaT, Altoowa, Pa., Dee. 13.. If eft. i Gentlemen: Tbt watches maaafaetared by yea nave neen in eie on tnis ratiroea ror icvcrti yeare by ear enginemen, to whom we furtiih! watcbos as part ot our equipmcat. There are ! . n ow tome tkil buadre i vf tbem osrritd on eni f" llae, and we eaaitder them good and reliable 1 tlma-keepcre. Indeed, I have errat satiafaetf n 1 In saying year watches give as less trouble, end ; bare worn and do weir much longer witboet re-, pair, than any watehas we have ever bad in ue ! on Ibis read. Ac yea are aware weforinrrly treat- t ed to those of English msnufacture, ef acktowl-. , edged good repatatica; bet ee a class tb-y oeier good service, at yours In th... i.uteaieau lam seit nsJbj.y pre - " ?! t . ". " Bs.peetfally, ' EBWAhD n. WILLIAMS, . Oners I Kuperiul.nd.nl. America a Watrh Co., Wallham. We make new Iva difereat giadss af watehef, j 1 r..n.. naimexs rwpsii'.y mm ! Appleton, Trary Jk Co., . Waltbau WaUh Company, P. S. Bartlett, Wm; Etlery, lleme Watch Company, WeIibsm,Mas. V al'.bam, Mesa. IUsIob, Mess. Betta, Mars. All of these, with the exception of the 11 eo.e ; Watch Company, are warranted by the Ameiica a Watch Couiiany to be of the bst tusterial, ca tit ' most approved priaelple, sad Io peiress ertrj re- i auisite ler a reliable time.keeper. Every dialer : aelling these Watches is provtdsd with the Vom-.; panj s prlntetl eaia or gaaraatee, wtleu .bouia accompany eaeh Watch sold, to tbat buyers may feel sure thtt they are pureharibg tbe gi.uiii; article. There are aunier.es eout ttitrlu ml. imiUtiens vf aar Watches sold thrwaabfat tbaj country, and we would centre parCbaitrs tube, on their guard against ImpoiitioB. ' Aay grades of WaJtbam VTetrbcs a ey be ' per- e. a . a t a a f. a. K - a, . . CB4Ssa OI IT atcn jewiera laroagar..,, .. . Jl01il6 A Alri.iAUJ, , apl JJ llSBroadwaj.Kcw York. ' PXALIB IN r, A I NT o ANU UiLof' ;ff fri a iui e.. ,i piMfcg itVvn Ya!ae,e' ia imeljl .ef.-a. V -A. JrC IN- i-0JCi-Jl H'.la'theirfJtlervnl.,relrkr al irn.vrf vn'rMWV r-n " ';K irbaee.1 Teleiee XII. iteJy' Jsasry"it, "P'fWviT- '"M r!irinrviT. it j Th 11 naiper W.,Ht U t eerU'a tCllt -üi-eaiCinf Hm tCv. tj,mr-;mm,u o e t fce pat tat tbe el. nl erk t-n- AT, THE PUBLIC SOA LH, ; ' . : (MAIIV STREET.) BROOK VILLE, INDIAN Ari July Irly' r r 1 1 t ' , , . - v Law jj J . ) - t it ! ovg. ::ov 9 AKP T7fe; I iafr-m m U:.s af re. Ji viflnity that he bap- Jt e i4 la C ' i Zl3 O U tl ZI ti tl vT tl C ITT CCT W M U U " JUk? Uq ZZ7. & Vit 11 t?UC: J Cl Ci -' i TT 7 - Tf77 r u eVei.tW esb a Ledlvs Varl Inn aid Ctz'.:-t, Faaey Taper i.e,- Albwrne,' fees, l.rtlef Pocket rJotks.' Wslleve, Pet r. r,'r!iaf t-era, 5aad, Clessae, e4.;tar. i-l- -:.: ii, Pomlaoetf t,,4e. t , r rm .; (j V 'A p 2 C'p:j ft ? ': Seek at riala tad Tscj Writ! J fepr ehd be vrlra. I.ea4 and Male fl!!. Jvt..llars, Steel feni, Plank Be I, Irk. Ac., e"h ee Wsrbl.s, Te's, 1 . 7 . 'ev. " ;t- f rll. rMna Ftgerea izi V; ;j, Jsrr. er Freaeb Uarps, we., Ae. t S v - . e )krl. a. VUlias, Ca'tjrs, ras, Ih C; ja KwMii. ) la -reel -t ' v f -e, Jeei ; i - . i.'? A ---- - vaiitiy, brrt Maie Bett, tint f !., A., Ae. le ks alt) a sr'eaC'.A la eddHIea te Iber Qaeda k; collertia ef bonnets, n..:. ; EUDROIOEOIES, DBESS TBItlülMf, PiEAf C1P, IlandktrtliltfK, CIot, Cr(f ::;lis, ;- - '"- KfiKS, It. . ' ; : ;; All of ike Vny lt((t( vd Zeel iVt'ew Bie:.y f. t. vrni3. Watcbeo and JcTTclryo M. DAWFOX has Jatl reoalvel a eylealii asiet'meal of . - ' ' , f ' na-lstlsg af XepUa aad Eilver Wewbet, aat el be eariel af Jwelry ef tbe teeeal tytoa awdi pat um. He bat alte a greet variety efCierte, which will be warrsated, ead aald al a wiXlag eg. aae aw Vt'bcleveJe prlre. 014 Geld aad lllver will Ve vea'ved le es.haagc for Ooedr.' ' ' - : ' ' Watrbes premj t)y repaired ta a aea eat etie dttlovt aisissr. t' ' "-- t "v Alee, keve ee received a large eai well ia a assortment ef , ... $ix(?i;f i !T,qriTictTMT JbEVOLVKIiS. riSTÜl . i t I LhTlillS Mi 11 J 1:' i TOVrPKH Fl AhKh, : n i CT PK! 1 S. ; j . , POCK KT; E JS 1 YC3, Ac. Alto beep eabaaf 4 A ' AU KIMDS OF AMOTTIOrJ, Powder, Cape, Cartridges, Ooverameat Pereat lion Cepi, Lead, Ae. .... .f Also OalUr aad Violin Strings, Bewt, Fegt Bridget, Tali Pieces, Ac wn.Diwio. ' Broobvllle. Of 1. 1. Uli. . i (IZelaOLES'l liYES'tATID ICH - - -v'0 U MS. - Int-tSAMiSt FCUlLMtK I IF AVS VAl . L M I'roep. al.i,!( ms vtsli mce l 5U tepts, ai a ilasy t lese a b.llm tiA ) i, TobUs' Yte. tiaa liiik.it fa tke tt'a,'yew no er e.ed si 1. r4t $ r little r e a k.a at tsrktd with li Irut. Jt is at It yes it sit.ee 1 late t ay Hi'esit. sit tever bri-rdit r 1 liv rtjir g it In i vt.r'ay list meat wis ard; Ivt L t r t. e at r I ss.et ef eetet have brew ie cited K w e, er d .tale if It ... tt. k. t i.l. aiL . - I . . I V.. 1 . . wa.,w I' -1 . i ii- mi .'viiirvi i. Headatbe,1l.t..l).i, t.if Hum., t e.ll;,,,! M.r,, Celle, - li.,,1 ee. 1 js.ai.ry, ft es". one ice tiics it ab is a.iliit Ik ,lt ia ...... ,.j ....f...i. ...... ,r. '. a... rsntsd lffftly uleu I Direct!, u. 'with nil, li .. uu. . li,lvl a Vrtlat 4t V-,,J4,VV - ft la I ) 41- Ji,g. bti.it, 1 ae T etk. lilt. - 1 ADAMS L BERRY, (BftKK VILLI. tKMAXA,) Oßct Wr I Callnn'M ,'ere 1 aaarlt-y A rmtiUt Fl.fi.rUI H...- ff Cw A , WUWL'tllU .(I'lVli'1! 4.ff - , Tinea - . . "TLw&Mt. chsr""1 K'iMtcfi:fxl iiBif.,. tLe Unini.." llAUrKirsWEFKLV: I LEND1ILT Il.Ll STRA111. ' Ci U'cai Sutu i f tf ihr Vfew. i In elltbe i-rt-eati of aa Amenree r.e.tly , ,, v,rkly 1M ,!,rfd U p.l,fi. . rigbt lo lls tiile. j as i- . tiUkuiyiir Oar fa tare kitifcS Kl e lrb tken etlvee titers, end. da.i.- h.w out ol Uarprr'e WrrLly .tg iMrr i ; tiiin'rre. and pnbtf.-hi r er turi.i ti tw : . ti.. t.? . a oe.i York Evangelist. of ill e'ass a Aa.:2ct-4 CitB. Travrll't. . ' I . . t : j H,rrr' Wrelly may I irreenVl? t'tclarsl bv ,ei afptr ta A a-n-ra. l ha" laoej an Tl arlie ra a pan j elite arrtl- a. ablrh ep oer ia Itarpes'i. eklv tr. w. wk Wi week ftila . if H-askaW .ri a ef brl-f p -'i 'a a. 1 hep arw diriiiff'uAad by dear 4p-aid ktst.m.i, tr c i um im a ee'isa, by inüe; i.d are ead t rsdth of vir. TktT i' Ill eir.. r of biature convoti'e,th prin lpie. ai.d tr- ar lrtteg, eel tiki tblr plfe bH'r-g the' Yit nrarpter m ri'ifg mt Va titc. ih Atueriest CtTleel B.st, .Va-. ... i - . ; suEscsipnoirs-isD. ' -y D xi' ffnt k v, y eir....M.. j4.ae A r jtra Ct-y ef eltbar tk M.rtl ae. ICeekly miu blird trrri. r.r r ( Ink ai 1 iveSfcbrrnbirs at e-t,tc eieb, In vt vemittaaevt I or Six Ca ies tut :. . Pttk.eriptiooit " to Hatpart Xagisine..W-eeblyM jerd B iar, te aI Jreee far im jur, fer 1 1. I wa vi. II srvere PuiveiesU. fco ane .eedrat 'irr eil veer, jr-T en. . t . Hvk MotuSer- e ba - wfr W1 ar ev tae. Tb1 Aanutl Ynlueiee ff llariev's v;ltly4 f ' MahMli lobf art f'. to tritt sb ' i w r it, a . Pr-TlM v. iiiUKt b ar4.paa ed ai;V t) lititixnal, t rtv It I'm M.trr i rege. e. I . r'fcr . -" ; r I ee HisriK i :.oiBrr.::;w irt.