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Leave Brookville.
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. . Acknowledgment!. ,'
lion. 0. W. Julian has placed us nnder ob
ligations for a bonnd copy of the Report of tha
Commiaaioner of Oenetai-Land Office for the
jeer 1867.: v ' : ' I - ' ' ' '
- We are lndeVtJ to Dr. J. It. Goodwin for 4
neat pamphlet copy of thVAonual Keport of
the Secretary- of the Interior (1868.) Sooee
extracts from it may hereafter be pahliehed in
Ytt are a!o iodebled to Brevet Col. Ben. P.
Rankle, ü. S. A., Chief Supt. Freed raen'i Af
fairs, State of Kentucky, (by the way, a Col'
Jege chum of our,) for a pamphlet copy of
bis recent able Address to the Freed men of
Louisville. Will aleo probably publish aome
extracts from this address.
. Seuaibl Order.
It will be teea by advertisement ia notier
column that tbe County Cotnmiieiooeri have
Jawed ao order to preveot any licenced liquor
aller in tbii Ccuntj frotn letting1 or giving
intoxicating liquors to any inmate of the Poor
Aiyluta, e objecting- aoy tucb offender Dot only
ta indictment, bat a refuial to grant Lim li
cense hereafter.
"WbUky Eeleaied.
The recent whi.ky leisure in Cincinnati
Colter's and Beggs') didn't amount to any
thing, tbe whisky hating been reieaeed. If
blame attaches to auy one, it ie the guagers.
,', "Father, what doea the printer live on?"
"Why, any ehildr
; 0, because joo laid yon hadn't paid for
joor paper thie yearl"
. Exit father with flra (n bit ear.
The Bankrupt Law.
Tbe fifty per cent, clauie of the Bankrupt
Lav will take effect January let nest. After
that dale persons applying for its beließt
roast be able to pay fifty dollars oa the hun
dred dollar cf their entire indebtedness,
X)bton with no assets have but ft few days of
f race.'
i - '
Holiday Presents.
P. P. Wisrr.aii hat a splendid variety of
Fancy Good, inch as Ladies' Pocket Hooks
and Purees, Perfume and Work Hoxea, Fancy
Paper Boxe, Writing Desks, Ladies' Com pan
Jons, Albums, Musio Boxes, Tablets, Pearl
nd Shell Card Cases, Music Folios, Plain and
Fancy Dulls, China -Tea and Dinner Setts,
Doll Heads, Ac, Violins, Guitars, Accordeons,
French Harps, Ao. . "
Mrs. Wiiman is oUVring her Hock of Mil
linery Good, at greatly reduced prices. Give
her ft call
Pocket-Book Found.
A pocVet-hrjok containing money and papers
was found in Brookville about noon on Tues
day., lie owner can obtain it by calling on
B. F. Uinds, over Li tick's store, proving prop
erty, aod pajiq2 fur ibis notice.
. , Superintendent of Poor A17lo.n1.
The Commissioners bava appointed Alfred
Dater, of Posey Township, Superintendent of
lb Poor Asylum. V. are told thai ibis is a
good appointment.
Oyster 8apper and Christmas Tree at
The Metamora Sabba-h School (Mr. J. A.
Yaneanap, Superintended,) will have an Oye-
ter Supper and Christmas Tree in tbe M E.
Church at Metamora on Thursday evening
Christreal Eve. Singing by the Schoil may
be expected. Tbe proceeds to he applied fr
the purchase of books for the School. It will
no doubt be a gay time with the joung folks,
All friends of Sabbath Schools are invited.
Bftft, Those owing me on note or book ao
coast are requested to call and pay up.
J. W. Kielt.
J. A. Ooinell, of Laurel,
Use purchased of his former partner, T. G.
Pike, the Interest of that gentleman in the
Fashionable Shoe Emporium on Pearl Street.
Mr. O. has an immense stock of Moots and
Shoes of ell descriptions for Ladies and Gents,
Ladies' Hosiery, LaJies' Glovei, all grades of
Gents' Gloves, Uats, Caps, Leather of all
kinds. Show Findings, Ac, Ac, all of which
he offers at the very lowest eash pricee. Boot
and Shoe manufacturing and repairing done
to order. '
Pay Up.
.All periom knowing themselves indebted to
me will confer ft great favor on me by coming
forward and settling at once, ae I mutt have
tnooey to transact bu.lntss.
Boos st OsDoajr.
BrookvMie, Deo. 7, lbC3.
15.A nice assortment of Gift Books for
the Holidays, suitable for the Juveniles, on
hand at Keely's.
Mit Society.
be Methodist Mite Society will meet nest
Tusidsy evening at (be residence of Dr. Itufas
Adam Heeg,
a tbe Crystal Front building, manufactures
Cigars of all kinds, which ha sells at whole
eale or retail at the lowest prices for cash.
lie als effsrs for sale, 00 most reasonable
terms, all kinds of Chewing and Smoking To
bacco, SuuCT, Tobacco Pipes in endless vari
ety, and everything else in his line of busi
ness. ' Ws are glad to chronicle hie continued
success. ' .
Pearl Street Home, Laurel.
1 ' This well known hotel is the popular resort
of the traveling public, and maintains in rep
utation as one of the best of boarding booses.
Glad iq hear of its thriving condition.
ttyim Gleasoo's Literary Companion, Amerl
Aan Jfisc'ellany, Monthly Novelette, Monroe's
& Beadle's Dime Books at Keely's.
Christmas Festival at Metamora.
Tba Masoaio Fraternity of Metamora bava
changed tbe time of boiling- their Christmas
Festival from Thursday night to Friday night.
Custer's Quadrille Band,-or Cambridge City,
will discourse music for those who wish to en
gage n tbe merry dance An excellent Sup
per will ba served on the occasion. The pro
ceeds of, tbe Festival. are intended for tbe
benefit of the Order. From the character of
the geotleineu. engaged in this enterprise, we
predict a good time generally to all who may
attend. Remember the time Friday even
ing, Dec. 25;h. . . ..
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; Cold Weather.
There is"a dispute among those who have
not consulted the best of thermometers, wheth
er last Friday or last Saturday was the oddest
day cf the season. The mercury fell below
tero on both of those days. Some thermom
eters indicated five degrees below zero early
on Saturday morning. On WeO.esdsy the
ground was covered with sleet, rendering it
unsafe for pedestrians', who generally preferred
takiog the middle of the street. Atmosphere
cool aod bracing this week.
MerchaDts' Hotel, Laurel.
The 'MertLants' Hotel (formerly Franklin
House) is verging towards completion, having
been enlarged by the addition of a two-story
builditig. W. F. lissard Esq., the worthy
proprietor, ie determiued to be "up with the
times" in this new enterprise. We wish him
much success. ' ' :
Has been the order of the day duriog tbe past
week,' judging from tbe crowds of yoang peo
ple of both sexes who have been indulging in
that exhilarating sport at "tbe basin," on "the
upper level," and elsewhere. The ice has
been in the best condition smooth and firmly
froieti ; butbe careful, young folks, and don't
break any precious bo ties.
Roots' Woolen illlli.
Tbe Woolen M.lls of Messrs. P. II. A F. M.
Roots, at Cuuneriville, are iu coustant and
successful operation Juriug Winter as wsll as
Summer. Every kind and quality of Woolen
Goods are manufactured there, such as Cloths,
Cassi meres Satineits, Doenkine, Jeans, Flan
nels, Tweed, Plaid, Checks (mixed, red and
white,) Stocking Yarns, A a. The attentive
and gentlemanly Superintendent, Mr. S. En
yart, is always on hand to attend to tbe wants
and wlahes cf customers. Messrs. Slaughter
A Mclvet, of Brookvillc, are agents Tor the
sale of goods manufactured at these popular
Woolen Mills.
tfJXm Ladies' Cuatom Made Shoes, Glove
Kid, Morocco and Cloth, PuW-h and Congress
Gaiters, low for cash at Keely's.
Hitchell's Stove and Tin Shop.
Jchn llttch.ll, of Metamora, is doing a
right good business in the sale of Stoves of
eery kind anJ the mennfaoture of all kinds
of Tin Ware. He hails from the Queen City,
and is a No. 1 workman. Striving to pliane
his customers with good work at moderate
pricee, he deserves the constantly incrraninj-
trade which we are pleated to learn he is real
isiojr. Tbe Metamora folks Gnrf it la their in-
trreet to' patronize Mr. HitchetL
Change of Time Scnedole.
Another change in the W. W. V. Ii. It
Time Table look place on Monday. See cor
rected Time Card at head of Local Column.
The Chicago Express train (upward) leaves
Ciocinnati at 7.00 p r y . n hour earlier than
heretofore arriving uh Brookvilla also an
hour earlier.
tQ. Diaries lor 10 'J at Keely's.
December 9ib, 1 808, P.ter Adolf, infant son
of Charlotte and Adam Ileeg, aged 2 months
and 3 days.
Tague & Lesion, Metamora.
These gentlemen are engaged in a thriving
trade, aellino; all kinds of Dry Goods, Grocer
ies, Ac. Their prices are tbe vsry lowest for
cah or country produce. Give Iben a trial,
good people of Metamora and vicinity, those
of you who have not already done so, and you
will gel bargaius at their store.
Christmas Eve at Fairfield.
The Ladies of the M. E. Church of Fairfield
will give an Oyster Supper on Thursday even
ing, Deo. 2lih. Kverjbody is invited to at
tend. 1 -Mil
Oyster Supper at Laurel.
The Ladies of the Presbyterian Church at
Laurel will give an Oyster Supper at 0 (lord's
Hall next Tuesday evening, Dec 2'2d, for the
beueGt of tbe Church.
The undersigned respectfully requests all
those persons indebted to him to call without
delay and settle lhir accounts, as he must
have money and therefore cauoot wait on
them any longer. CustsTUS Tu.to.n,
Brookville, Dec It, 18C8.
Cincinnati Wholesale Markets.
Iiutif, Dice. 15 P. M.
Floor Fancy brands ef hill and white whilst
flour bring $8,50 to 10,00 psr brl. Family sells
more r.adlljr at 7,50 to 7,75, and eholoe brands
trlug f3,00. Extra Is steady at 0,sO to 7,00
sep.rfloe at $5,75 to 0,35, and low grades at $5,00
to 5,50. live auar Is qui at but Arm at f 0,75 to
7,00 psr brL . liuokwhsat flour Is In good demand
at $7,00 to 10,00, aoeordlag to quality.
Whssl. 1 winter rsd sold at$I,R0, and
some prime by sample at $1,78. üo. 21s offsrad
at $1,70, bat difficult to soil at til price. No.
S Is nsgtsoted at $1,03 to 1,05. Some eholoe bill
whsst soldat $1,82),'. l,Du0baihslsNo.2 spring
sold at $1,30.
Corn.- All sew ear offered was sold at 08 to
70c, closing firm at the latter price. There Is ao
old eora edered.
Oats. Prloes are stead v at 05e for prime white,
63 to 04 for No. 1, and;01 for No. 2 In elevator
or la sacks on srrlral.
Hys.-$l,4)f r No. 1 In elsvstor, aod (1,4!
for prime la store, with buyers at So Use.
Barley 3,20 to 2,35 for Na. 1 Canada spring,
1,05 for No. 3 Jo, 3,10 to 3,15 for No. 1 State, aod
1,75 to 1,80 for No. 2 fall.
Malt. 1,90 to 2,35 for fair to prlas spring.
Hogs.- The market Is very strong, with a brisk
demand, sad prices ars higher. Medium to heavy
averages sold at 8,35 to 8,75 gross, and some ex
tra weighing 350 to 400 lbs gross at 9,00.
fissd. Clovsr Is selling la a small way at 15o
par lb, but round lots will not bring this price.
Timothy li firmly hold at 2,75 per bush. Flax
seed Is la dotaaol at 3,00 to 2,10 por bushol.
, , . Death, of Mn. Burgoyne., ...
; Luurcl, Dec. 13th, 18C8. I
' Editor Amkricav, -Mrs. Anna II. Bur
goyne, wife of J. C. Burgoyoe Esq. of Laurel,
was found dead in her bed on the morning of
the 8th iost. She was aged 32 years and 6
months. The Independent Order of Good
Templars, of which she was ft consistent mem
ber, adopted, tbe following resolutions as ft
tribute to her memory:
Whereas, 'Death has taken from our midst
oar worthy and estimable sister, Mrs. Anna
II. Burj-oyne; therefore, '
Heeolved, That we testify to her exalted
character, her example of modest virtue, her
faithful Christian life, and her fidelity to the
Temperance cause. '
1 Hesolved, That by her death society has lost
a true woman, the Church an earnest support
er, and oar LÖdge 6rm and worthy member.
' Resolved, .That we tender to tbe bereaved
husband and weepiug friends our linctre sym
pathy. Resolved, That these resolutions be spread
upon our journal, and the Secretary send a
eopy of them to the American for publication.
gi2k, TbotPgra-ti Albums, Bibles and Hymn
Books at Keely's.
Senator Morton's Financial Bill.
Oq Monday Senator Mortosriutroduced
Into the Seoste a bill to provide for the
redemption in coin of the United States
notes and fractional currency, and requir
ing the National Banka to redeem their
cotes in coin. lie was cipccteJ" to sup
port it on Wednesday in a long and care-
fully prepared speech, which there was
good deal of curiosity to bear. The fol
lowing is the text of the till: .
lie it enactrd, That hereafter there ehall
bo do aalesof gold belong-in? to the Treas
ury, and that which may horcal'tcr accrue
over and above the amount required to
pay the interu.-a of tbe publio debt, and
tor other specific ue, specified by law,
shall be reserved and set apart for tie re.
demption of the United States uotes and
fractional currency.
Sec. 2. And It it further enicted. That
on and after the first day of July, 1871,
tlio Treusurcr of the United States hall
pay, in coin, at the Treasury of t ho Uni
ted States, at Washington, in the District
of Columbia, aud at such other points
a may be deMguated by theSccrctar) of the
Truasury, all notes and fractional curren
cy that ms j be presented lor redemption.
Sec. 3. Ik it funhrr tmctcd, That on
and after the 1st ol January, 1ST'-, the
National Huuks shall pay iu coin euch of
their notes as may be presented lor re
demption, aud shall on an.d after the let
day of July, lSiU, reserve aud hold in
their vaults all the coin that may be re
ceived by them as interest on their stocks
held by the government for the rodetup
lion of their notes.
SF.C. 4. Andl it further enacted, Thst
until the 1st of Jauuary, 1 blli, at which
time they are required to begin the re
demption of their notes, the National
Hanks shall keep and hold in their vaults
the whole reserve of legal tender notes as
now required by law, and 00 and alttr
that time the jreserve of legal tender notes
as fat as withdrawn, shall be replaced
with void; aod paid banks shall, therealter,
be required to hold a reserve in coin to
tbo like amount, and for the same purpose
as now required by law to be held iu legal
tdiider uotes, provided that the Comptrol
ler of the Currency may, with the coussol
of tho Secretary of tho Ticaiury, allow
aaid banks to hold a portion cf sjid re
htrvo not exceeding two-fifths of the
amount required by law iu the United
States notes.
SfcC. lie. it further enacted i That the
Secretary of the Treasury tusy caue so
many of the U. S. notes that may be re
deemed under the provisions of this act,
to be canceled, as may in u judgment
be uccesnury to the proper limitation of
the currency; provided, further, that all
fractional cuiruncy that may bo redeemed
ihsll be canceled.
Stc. G. lie it further enacted. That on
and after the 1st day of Jauuary, 1872,
the U.S. notes shall cease to be a Icirul
tender in payment of debts, but shall be
receivable in paymeut of government dues
as dow provided by law.
Bkc. lie it further enacted, That the
Secretary of the Treasury shall have the
G)wcr to negotiate and tell bonds of the
uited States, to he due in thirty years,
and redeemable by the govern tuent after
too years, at its pleasure, bearing in
terest at the rate of 7 per coot., the prin
cipal and interest payable in gold, to such
an amount as may be Decennary to carry
into operation the provisions of the sec
ond tcction of this act.
For the American.
Concert at Colter's Corner.
Mr. Kditor, - Last Friday evening I
had the pleasure of attending a concert at
the above mentioned place, conducted by
l'rof., Wilson of Hamilton. It seems that
the good people of this place are not lack
ing in their appreciation of musical cul
ture, as their elTorts for some time past,
and their first appearance in publio on
Friday evening abundantly proves. Con
sidering tho limited lime for preparation.
their efforts were creditable indeed. Much
credit is due somo persons who did not
participate in the exercises, but rendered
assistance otherwise, believing, it seems,
they would to repaid iu seeing their chil
dren and friends benefitted. The son-; by
little "Josio" was very pretty, as were
many of tho glees and choruses by the
choir. Everything passed off quietly, and
an sec men 10 do ssiisucu witn tbe even
ing's entertainment. Prof. Wilson un
derstands himself exactly, and is doing
pood wherever ho goes, in teaching the
children and young ladies and gentlemen
how to resd musio in a few lessonsa
thing which before seemod to them almost
impossible or the work of months.
If more attention were given to vocal
music than it now receives, it would bet
ter society. The social circle would be
rich with tho melody of song, and the
house of Ood re-echo the praise of Zinn,
auog not by the few, but by the many.
What is the matter in some of our
eburcho? In some congregations thcro
can scarcely be found any ono who has
eouGdeuco enough in himself to lead in
singing. When he tries, ho must sing
the saino tune he sang last Sabbath, vis:
"Wiudhaui," which must bo luodiGcd, if
necessary, to suit the monsure. In order
to obviato tho difficulties in tho future, let
the young lo property taught, and let
muuo have that attention it deserves
not the piano alone, but rather thst of tho
human voice, the sweetest of all music.
While the ofpan er ötl er instrume'nt'rriay
bave some influence, tbe music of voices
blended in hymns of devotion remains as
ever the most powerful accompaintnent of
the gospel in converting souls to Christ.
When society shall have assumed its prop
per position in this respect, oar social in
tercourse will be sweeter, our minds and
hearts purer, and we will have advanced
much farther in the bright and shining
way. . - . "T ULINDO.
-' ' Förths American.
The Bible Cause., .
Miu I.PJTDR, Yonr last itsue contains
a notice of the recent work of the Bible
Agent in this County, in which it is raid
that he has collected (141. Will the
a . a . .'
Agent or some one ci?e ten as woat per
cent, of this sum was spent iu collecting
it, and how much of it will be invested in
Bibles? .1 am a Bible man, and have for
pisny yesre contributed to our Couotv
Society when I had an opportunity. - .1
am prompted to make these inquiries from
caving very recently heard an earnest
Christian assert as his opinion that not
more thsn one-fourth of the contributions
for this caue vss expended for Bibles,
the remainder being expended on the
agencies.' If ro, it is high time this So
ciety wss reconstructed. . Let the churches
collect the Bible fund, as they do their
Miesionsry and other funds, and distribute
the Bible through local unpaid agetts.
1 NQL'inEtt.
Democratic Disabilities Removed.
The Alabama Iloute of Representatives
has repealed the law prohibiting inter
marriago between whites and blacks.
Northern Democrats will not dare to ven
ture within the borders of that State, now
that the fear of the law is not before their
eyes. Standard.
- 1
Georgia i.i not much behind New York
in the wsv of election frauds. A fair
election would hive given Grant at least
twenty thousand majority. . As it is, tho
returns show forty thousand for Seymour.
The frauds which produced this change,
wero flutrrant and wholesale. The reire-
sentatives will pot. likely be admitted into
Congress. Standard.
S hereby glvsn that I will not pay a eertaia
L not. executed Ly me to Alexander W. John
ston, for three hundred anil eighty dollars, dated
la Uvtobsr, 1804, for tbe reason that the saoie was
executed without aay cuniidtrsilon.
teo 4, 1H8 I. JUIIX NAYLOTl.
' Notice (0 Sportsmen.
MMIE under-! gned hereby forewarn all persons
X from -porting of any kind, or gathering nuts
or berries on our preiuls js In White Water Town
ship, Franklin County, Indisna, as the law will
ba etrlctly enforced SKsinst sny and all persons
0 offending. IIKZKKIAH 11 ALLOWliLL,
3701? f3alo.
THK undersigned III sell at pilvate sale at
any tints any part of the following
Kcal Estate In Brookville, Franklin
County, Indiana,
to-witi Lots 4, 5,' 7, 8, V, 10, 11,12, IS, 14 and
15 in McCleery's plst of said town. Also a tract
of about four aoiee aiJolalng said lots. Tble
property is all in a dssirsble location near the
KailKuad. AleVLot KeflS In Allen's plat of
eald town, near the Cathnlia Chorch, and aleo
on. Lot on Main liargeis Stret t, near the Oregon
Hotel. '
This Is a go I opportunity to p-irohnae good
Building l.oti ta"a are i ?tdly Increaf ing in val
ue. All the Lots not sold at private sale, will,
On Saturday, January 2, 18GD,
be offered at publio sale on the premises.
TKU.MS Or 8ALC One-third down on day
of sale, ens-third In twelve mouths, and the re
maining third in eighteen months from time of
sale, the deferred payments to bear Interest
from date, and be properly rccured.
Not. 27, 1803 0w
r.uartllan's Sale or Kcal Estate
TUB nnderlfced Guardian of Frederiok A.
(Jross, a minor, will,
-Os Stturday, Dcccmler 19, 1SC3,
offer to eel! at prtvtt. sate, on the nretntaes, 21?
acres (more or less) in tho West part of the East
half of tho N. K. qr.of See. 14, Town 13, Kango
IS, la Franklin County, Indiana, it being the
land in raid half quarter eo.iiu belonging to
said minor, and will receive private bids up to
said day for the satn. and if not eotd at private
sal., will, on ssid day, cell th. said real .itate at
public auction on th. preuiiies.
TERMS OF SALt One-third Juwn.ona-tMrd
In on. year, and remaining third in two yssrs
from day of (ale, th. deferred paj mend to be fe
rn red by the purchaser's notes and mortgage on
the premises, bearing interest from data, and pay
able without relief from valuation or appraise
ment laws. CAKV KL O. r ISJluAt.K,
Nov. 20, lM8-4w. Guardian.
'A Repository of Fashion. Pleasure, and
.( euntile men t ei n tal nin sf numerous full-sited
" I " "
patterns ef useful articles acnotnpnnles the paper
a . 1 . I t II. ...
every lortnigni, ana oceanoneny an oiegau vol
ored Fathion Piute.
Uarper's Bsiar contains 18 folio psges of the
sis. 0 Harper's Weckt), printed on superfine
calendered paper, and la published weekly.
Critical Xutiaj vf the Pres.
Harper's Basar eontalos, bssldes pictures, pat
ters, etc., a variety of matter of erpeclal use and
Interest to the family) articles' on health, dress,
and housekeeping iu all its brsnvbs Its editorial
matter Is specially adapted to th. circle It is in
tended to intere-t and instruct) and It has, bs
sldss, good stories and literary matter of merit.
It Is not surprteing that the journal, with such
features, has achieved I rWl tim ha Immense
suocess) tor somothing of tbe kind ass devirrd In
tbousanda.f famllle, and Its publnhert bave
filled the demand. New York Evening Post.
Whether we ecneidos Its slaims as baeod upon
the elegsnce and superiority r f the paper, its
typogra phloal appearance, tbe tstte and judg
ment displayed in tbe ergraving-, or the literary
contributions contained iu it pages, ae unhesi
tatingly pronounee it to be superior in eaoh and
every particular to any other similar publication
here or abroad. Pbll'a Legal Intelligencer.
We know of no other English or Amenoanjour
nal of faihion that ean pretend to approach it in
completeness and variety. New York Times.
It has tbe merit of being senslbte, of eonvev
log lastruotion, of giving etcollent patterns in
every department, and of being well stocked with
good sending matter. Watchman and Reflector.
To dross according to Harper's Busar will be
the aim and ambition of the women of America.
Uoi ton Transcript,
Harper's Bssar, ono ysar ft 00
Ab Eitra Copy of either the Magaslne, Week
ly, or Bassr will be supplied gratia for every
Club of Five 8ubaribers at $4 00 each, in eao re
mittance! or SI Copies for $20 00.
Subscriptions to lUrjer'i Magasloe, Weekly,
and Uaiar, to one nd.ircM rur one year, SIU 00;
or, two of Harper's l'ailodlcals, tu 00 a address
for ooeyear, 17 UU.
Back numbers osn be suppllsd at sny time.
Th. postage on llarper'a Uasar It 20 rents a
year, wbioli must be paid at the subscriber s post-
Subscriptions sent from British North
American I'rovinoes (uuil be aacoinpan led with
20 cents additional, lo prepay LnUed States post
age. Address
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(Established in 1824.) '' )'
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la ma Bist Poi.ttical, Litkrart and!
Faxilt Newspaper in tub
No alii-West! ;
In Standing and Taflueneel
Variety and Extent ef Its Correspondence!
Freshaess of its Newel
Reliability of its Market Iteports!
It ts Uniurpasted Jor Intcretl and Value.
There is aa much talmt, enterprise and indes
try now employed on Western Nswspapera as In
any part of the United States. The Telegrsphle
Newe from all parts of the World is publiohad
simultaneously in IodisnSpolis, Cincinnati, Chi
esgo Snd the Eastern Cities, aod is laid before
the readers of the Journal from
than It eaa reach them by pepera pablished la
other cities. The Laity Journal '-.reives Items
of news from all parts of th. world that are worth
having, and tbe aatn. ie publieh.d in th. Weekly
in a condensed form.
It eaa selbe eeceaar--, at this day,t. partle-ularia-rth.
werila opoa which th. Journal rette
its claims to a continuance snd extension of the
abundant patronage it has so long enjoyed. That
patronage is itself, lb. beet evidence of ill mer
its. A ds w-p per must be worth to a reader what
be pays for it, r bo will not have it. It Is In no
respect different from any other article. It sop
pi iei a want, and Is wot th more or leva as it op
plits the want more or loss completely. If It is
good, it needs little other eullcitation of patron
age than do good groceries or dry goods. The
Journal hae aept eteadily In view th. pnrpoe. of
making Itseir indispensable to its rsaders, by
furnishing them the news la the most convenient
form, of th. tnoit authentic cbaraoter, and of the
greatest variety. It ess -tiainlained a staff of
Editors of Acknwledoed Ability
It has systematically dispatched reporters to
des;ribe forlts columns all r.rruirtttes, political
and otherwise, of gentisl Intereet. It aas in
curred very great espetisein securing special tel
egraphic Ci-pstuhes. It hits labored without
counting cost or time to inake itself ss nearly as
possible e ,
Complete Daily akd Weekly I.ecoud
Ii j these mesne it has given its leaders tbe full
worth of their money, its proprietors sik sup-
aort for it became tta.y aek io uoi. than they
pre able to give a full and sntl-!uctory tqutva
(out lor. 1'boy ask nothing on account of psrty
Lrcfer.nees or local advantagea. A paper that
eg th. h.tp of lis party beeauno of its part-Wan
character is apt to hare little else to recommend
It. The Joartial alms to secure patronage by be
in WORTU lid l'UlCK TO AiS V MAN ot any
party. J lis
and Its conductors ae. no rssson to think that It
will ever be any thing .Is., bat Us eolamns will
contain all of tho Departments u.ually Included
in nrst-ciasa newspapers, including
LKuTEl) 8T0K I ES,
TuoKTuaa with a scans ay or Tu
Legislative and Congressional Pro
ceedings, ao full and accurate, and so well arranged that
no Indiauian, and no man desirous of keeping
posted in Indiana stTairs as well as the events vf
th. world, can do without It. Th. circulation it
baa stttained, iar in adranee of any paper ever
published In tbe State, and surpasssd by very
tew in tbe florthe-t, ie prool tust Iis eBorts ba.
neither been mindirccted nor unnppreciated.
What it has been it will roctinue to be, improv
ing by experience, by a mors enlarged acquaint
ance with th. needs cf the public, and by in-
creaaed uieana of carrying out ite doelgne. lie-
sides the News, telegrsj hie and otberwi-e, it will
contain a great deal of interesting and value Lie
matter of a miec'cllanei us kind, adapted to the
tastes and desires ot tbe iaoiily.
Slcriri cf a Snjwrior Ch'irackr, Skctclvi,
Narrative ami Uumorou$ hftractt,
will give variety snd piquancy to the more sollJ
matter, and wake it acceptable equally to tbe
young aod old. The people of Indiana, who are
not sucribera to tn. daily edition or in. Jour
nal , should take the Wevkly Journal, because
while It equals any other weekly newspaper in
the country in other departments, it at th. earn,
time affords them the news of their own bitte as
do other newspaper dots.
Terms of Subscription.
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The fetter nn of a Club of more than five eon
lea may reUln a commission of IliN PERCENT.
on Weekly Clubs.
Postmasters mar retain ten per cent, of all
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vlded a full year's subscription is takeu.
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Order when prmitloable.
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In Indiaua to Cauvass fir tho Dslly aod Weekly
tySonl for a Circular and gpeclicen Copy.
I udlauapvlis, lud.
Just publlshod, in a scaled envelope. Prioe S
ALKCTUHG on the Mature, Treatment, and
Radical Cur. of t$e-ulnal Weakness, or Sper
mstorrhma, Inducod by telf-Abuso, Involuntary
Emissions, Impotency, Nervous Debility and
Impediments to Marriage generallyi Consump
tion, epilepsy, and Fits; Mental and Physical In
csp.olty.etc llr ROIU.RT J. CU1.VKRWELL,
M. D., Author of the "Ureen It ok," etc.
Th. world renowned Author, In this admirable
Lecture, clearly proves, 'rem his own experience,
that the awful cunssqucnccs of Holf-Abuse may
be eOectually removed without medicine, and
without dangerous aurgleal operations, bougies,
instruments, rings, or cordials pointing out a
mode of oure at onoe certain and effectual, by
whbb every sufferer, no matter what bis condi
tion may be, may euro himself cheaply, private
ly, and radically.
This Leoture will prove s boon to thousands
and thousands.
Pent, uod-r ssal, ta sny address, la a plain
sealed envelop, on receipt of sis cents, or two
postage stampa. Also, Dr. Culverwell'a "Mar
rlsgo tiulde, price 24 centr. Address
niAS. J.C. KLINK A Co..
127 Ilowcry, New York, Post Office ltx 4JS.
rTMIRRK will be an election held at the P. rook
Jl ville National Hank In Rrookvlle, on Tues
day, IZth of January, IMO, between 10 o'clock
A.M. and 4 o'vloek P. M. of said dty, to choose
seven Dlrrctors for raid Rank for the usulng
year. . Ly orOurof the Poard.
Dec. H i. JOHN W. II I IT, CarhUr.
Gli'viN Ä NaT S iTr) I) WAX T KD .
T will pay Onsh for all kinds of drain a I Reed,
x delivered at my
Distillery or Warehouse in
Uarrlscn, Uhln.
Sept 2i, IsTs-lL
LaRuo 8t Brothci,TOYS, JVOTICI)!
ItrOIIL respectfully direct the slt.aiUt ef! ' A5F
vV all persons in wantof
OC. AKIV If IKID I "T I t-rm lftre af Welt Ii), a-a S
V.r rirtur. ! X ilislty thai he Ss. Jest errate lule
to tbeiraaortmnt,attheirShrp ia Mt.Carmal. I . ' ' ','
where they keep constantly on hand a large stoek '. OljntnnntlllOin
of ereTvtbinglnth.irHneofbasiaess. They will! -alsoputuptoorrier,
An ElrfCCHf I T $11 5flfft(! ttlfi if
TlnKooflng-CnttcrlnpandSpontlnsf. . vry rnrwri
Thevars alio Arentsfor the eale of Adsme'a zKjStk.
Pemni. Also Agents far F.l-wald's Metallic
Solesandll eels, which they will sell either whole
ssle or reuil. .
They effor all articles In their lore at raost
rssotisMecssh prices, a nf! tnelrwrrV Iswerrsnt-
ed t gl v. eatl -faction . Orders respectfully solicit-
" Als, put an LIGHTNING R0DI JIKsis.
per foot and $ I ,S0 per point -
AprlS, 1868 1-r., , .
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On the. H e$t $ule of Ma in Iiurgrt Street,
-L attention of all persons la wast of anything
In his line of business. Ue ktsps coat lastly es
hand a large supply of
Cooking, rarloriflflicc Stoves
He Is also prepared to make aod pat up
Old Iron, Copper, Drass and Tenter
taken in exchange for ware.
All articles In his line will be sold, aad work
executed, on the most reasonsble terms to cash ir
pmmpt paying customers. He respecttall y solicits
ashareof pnbllc patronage. fsll-ly
WAS11INUTON HOLLAND baring s.ld his
half of tbe above aamed establishment to
JOHN 0. AIMIR andW. W. BUTLER, tasy,
In connection with WALTER S. UAKKK,
have formed a partn.rshlp for th. purpos. f
running thejsame, have put it In excellent running
order, and ars now prepared to do work in the ipse-
a l si ana neei manner.
pedal attention given toensto-n work, and oar
fa Hitler for grindlog belog so great, we can el
w ye or abort notice tura out grists for our eas
t mere.
The highest market prlee paid In CASH for
Wheat, or we will grind Wheat and pack floar
Thankful for past favors, they solicit a ceatta
usncs and an lacresss of business.
Book villa, Ind., Nov. 0, 183-ly .
nnucANB r.tEDicinsiiv
IPatent nsieclicin'r-y. See,
sa e e-a a sa aa n sa s SaS Sinr"
163 West Fifth Street,
(SDisaöDPJHiÄ'irn, cue
Gideon Ryman, Proprietor.
mchlOt A
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AilAIIS tX bl.Kll.,
Ofice over GalUont Stort.
I .4 now Publishing a New M.rUI 8tory, to run
through a large part of tba neat vol erne, en
title! "Mil. DKOWNINO'S I'A'.Hll."
All New Subscribers v.111 get tb. Mory Com
. " - a-. --t
i. . . i . n .. i -. e.-i ..Ii...
3 twoor all " i "
4 three or all " SltO
Or, to any person sending us five or mora nt
subscribers, we will allow one dollar roiutultsiou
on each .
.j...lti..k..l .lf.r n. pA.t...rfea n. l.r
k' I. f -r.i-4 sawtsl l'ia.4.tl-asst si -an feShaa
CBiäJIS eS'jlVJW S I v SI . wsev as v-es II wt
Terms, 13 & a year, in anrsaee.
K1DNKV K. MObMi. dr.. A CO.
Dec. 4.
37 Park Row, hi ik.
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KHK is tb'e place to buy your Cheap Woods.
IX A. I.. Adams I still en hand and ready to 1
sell nets, caps, 00.., r.o.., "'
) J f -all si aiaat aastliitiei. sVatSfLiLaV I st 11 tJ aft I at .
... L.- I i l . . L . .. - - - A I k.u 1
Jam And Y..ro la (isjUf i J Urir, all of
which I wtllsell as cheap as tb rn-p.t 6.
come right along with your money and pruilece,
rnr -lla latter l Ml ii Iis ftifnr.i ai.rae. i
price in aeytking la my li'.e.
and hurrah fur the Amerloau P
Ni twit tight tu,
Nov. 11 J10.
i u. jxtt.w. u Vs i: I v ,
U r u o U v i 1 1 c I n d i an u
e sonu ii rover a una or s 9 - j o.i eruiu real c lui a hinnir g, will as seat l-y e j ft. as, Xiee
for IB New ."Subscribers. ; el expense, for St eeh. A t.e,t.. Sit, etat-
In ord-ir ii introduce tb" Observer U new rrad- ( prim.g Kli t en Vel.R.s, eot 1 a ss.sli.1 f va.ij
era aud new circles of Influence, v.o . nuke lie Ivl- at the rate t f vt . ., Iieigit st e, et. f
lowing liberal .Oers for jparthastr. vlua.e XII. tees' y Jaasaiy ls-t
NCW SURSCRIUERSs 1 Inry. , . .
W.wlllsend the Observer for one year lo , "r- -P'' V"
S subscribers, one or both being tiea.for Ou1)' we.l be -.al. 1 be euta.eilei e .si.
Brcckville Bszar ! ?
p. p. wibm'AK;'
n m' T." i,.. i
Fash ss lsl. ' Wets a-s-e aad Ces-essteas,
Fancy Paper SX-s, Altea s, t suis, BiaskM,
Pocket Poets. Visile's, Par ei, Wr't'Sf Peels,
Seeds, Cfce-fHr, lelhea, CleefVesrls,
DotnlnceS) Is., is.-
Pich sa rials snd Taney ft rltlef Paper sae ta
jvrlope; Lead aad S-lata PeM-tl. Jul BeUere,
J Fteel Pews, Plat k Beeks, Inks, Is., Ae. ,
. o
eh as MsrVUs, Teps, P I''s. wseys,
Dnlla. Chir.a Flyeres ssd Ta.et, Kstas.aleM er
French Harps, is., Ac."
2&urAzn riTctttminti:,
Puch as Vlollas, Ca'.tera leijae, ItaUs. er SB
end Freitrb Aeet r.i-s sad C.assriiass ia gteel
variety, best I'sllsa Vlelle esS filwr lrS,
Masie lioies. fkeet Matte. Hase leels, felfe
Cinding Mesie, Neaipsier felee, is., Ae.
H sdditl-a ie these esds kss al-e a ssteaelg
eoPertloa ef
EMBROIBtfilElf -
dres ti:ii:kimf, nkecie. ,
llanükirthlt Ip. Clou , 1 it (Hi If a,
Itkf, sir.
All lie 1 m'eit ut,1 kt ewleesi.
mill tflm. .
':. p. r. if Als.
Watchee rrc JcTclryt
IJV. DAWfMt ka- jest reeslved a syleslll
v v ,
essorte-eat af
WMtrU IU HYt'Ei tt,!
enn.lstlnr .f Dsptea sad Blli.i Wesekes, aad at
the varieties of J-welry ef the IsS-st styles ea
patterns lie hes i'm grea afisty effitcrs
which wt he warranted, sad seid at a eriSteg es
sence on Wholesale price.
Old Gold aad tUver will be reee'vel la osskasge
for Oecdr. .
Watches press, I'y reyairsl ta e eesi eai exye
ditioss ssssBsr. ,
AI., here jerr rsseived a large sad well ae-
I'fted eseertaoent .f . ,
SJNCil.K A Ii VI I I t O
i OT II J Lib.
rCCKtl ÄMTXS, etCe
Also keep an kaal
rowdsr, Ceps, Cartridges, Uovetsssest Perstl
sion Csps, Lead, Ae.
Also Uaitar aad Violin 8 tri age, lews. Fags
Bridges, Tail Pieces, As.
Broakvllle, Oct. f. 1SSS.
"A Ccmpiste Fietcrlsl Hiitirr af
"The beat. ch'psi, a r d ir'st irscftiftl
I ramily I'aper Ir. the TJolct."
Crin'cnl XntirtK,f thr Vss. ,
.' The Model X wi ps r r ItttHsi tri cw alt to
I -.1.1 a . m - . - ..
.11 Minr ni"..i. r sa stvertrea retnU
' Psi er Hstpn's V rlly ras earred ferltstlta
i rifcbt I. its ti.le, "s Jot, i .it ,,r i nnutiea ."
Mew rttniip 1'ist.
Our Tutore historians III ei'tlrh Ilea selves
nut oi llarpir'i V. eikly Im g alttr atitrrs, sad
York Fvsrgelisr.
Tim best of ill tin ia Aarerlre. P,te
Harper's Wesbly trey e at res.rvesl. iteelareA
. tbe best newspsper In A.arriea. Ike Ipea-
1 la llsrper's rrSh Ir-m wek So week fersa a l.-
1;;":;;; 'Ifi
I eon victim, Hl)th prin Iple. and stneg fesMag, s4
take their rises iini ths best rrtn.i.i
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a rltlfg Ith. tlwt. hvtlU Araeiie-n Review
Poft U, Msss.
llsrei-'-.Ws vtt.or.. jer . fd.es
A n r airs Cpj -f eliKrt I.. Msg.s nv, Tl .lly,.
ir mini win oe sumi i ii i rs is I wr V er j Viae et
Five bubrenber- at .' e each, ie one rttalltssre
or t-ia t pie. Ter CO O,
Subscript lens tu lis. par's Y sgatlee, Week ly ,
abd IUiur, lo Lt a.Klir.s (fir ei. Jiat, lilt
I or, two ol llariers rerioaicsU, to cne addra.e.
for t e ear, , J an.
I llatk NumS. rs ran Vs supp'Se J et esy tire.
I 1 Im A nil US I Vuluin i lianei'i Ue.klt. ta.
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t fcW.
."Sol -'liet rest t't-wi PiltUk ik
Anitjkau kr,lcf,i a t f Is aeei wipsalet wll. tS
sen: ad 4. rieb si, te piepa) I tilt d r lese trisse
Ais ws -
n-frr.ss nnui in . i" ir.s.
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Boot -rtaaci
(KIN T 1 h I! Ki-t mseuUcure foots aad Shoe a
) of all kirids pro . i lly ta order, at hla e-ish-
ll.hiaeat It. Itruuktulv. 11 kee--e on kaad afalU
i as,..,liaeal af
t t
i ,'11 U DUFN'S hllütM '
I and g'tarar.tses s g'"d ni m .very insist r
I Mending done sbi.r ttaiiee. rM tiS see aid
e.,iment and Ware his prlee
j ovl-tf m.XsTUS KMKUI.KI:.
U K 0 0 K V L L L K , l 01 A N Ae'
.v . r th im in v rt -e w a-.! iiili a is n ä ' a i , .
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