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TEL J&m 3R. ID J, R !ES ! 1 JO JEL TJ Gar 23 I DIIUGS! C. H. REEVE. ATTORNEY-AT- LAW, PLYMOUTH, INDIANA- SO YKAR8 KKSIDENT. Practice in Marshall and Ad joining Covntkt. Collections a Specialty. tulDMi of Guardians and Administrators care felly attended to. JOH3ST KOHAM, GENERAL DEALER IN Hardware, Stoves & Tinware Would Invite the' Attention of those in Want of Chemists ruggists, ELMIRA SOUTHWEST CORNER MICHIGAN AND GANO STS. Keep constantly on hand a complete stock of Ktru&s. vlleelicincs CJtmicaIft9 Faints OILS PERFUMERY, NOTIONS WA LL AND, 0 WPA PER, TOBA CCO, CIGARS, LAMP'S, & Strif-t attention given to the compounding of Pbvsicians rit-rcpinions an Family Recipes ; and dispensed iu the most scientific manner. BIjAIN & Co. Preraiara Land Sale! FOR THE BENEFIT OF LAND AND INSURANCE AGENT. C. Qmt'$ (Column. and NAILS GLASS, ' jr THI OLDEST INSCEANCE AGENCY BEST COMPANIES REPRESENTED IX NORTHERN INDIANA. Greater quantity, better quality, and better Iocs ted Real Eatate fur leas money, and on niore favor able term than can be bad of any other person. FOR S-AJDIE3 AT HALF PRICE. 10.000 APPLE TREES, BEST VARIE TIES, AND OF ALL GRADES. 20,000 GRAPE VINES, BEST VARIE TIES, MOSTLY OLD ENOUGH TO BEAR. Large quantities of SIBERIAN CRAB. AMERICAN ARBOR VITJE, QUINCES, CHERRIES, CURRANTS, GOOSEBERRIES, A1D OTHER SHRUBS A BERRIES Goods to be paid for on delivery. Or ders may be left at rny office, or with Hugh A. Brown at the Post Office. I want to clear the ground, and desire to re move the treesassoon as frost disappears Now is your time to secure an Orchard cneap. WANTED A good span of horses, 15 V to 16 hands high, square steppers, smoothly made, free from blemishes, good disposition, four or five years old. WANTED To hire a man and woman, the form er for general labor about house and farm, ac quaints with care and use of horses. The latter to do general hoase work. Both must be neat, or- oeny ana steady, and willing to remain a year. Wage liberal, and work light. prf . C. H. REEVE. Indianapolis, Fern & Chicago Railway Time Table. . Sunday, Jan. 1-1 th, I(73. NORTHWARD TRAINS. No. . Miiclii. 'OO, TOt,' No. 3 io. 5. rniCARniToLEno ETFBgffi IXPRES 8.'p Z SOpji J IB 3.(IS ' g.30 3 1H " a 4 3.31 " t'.fii 3.39 " 8.5 " S 47 " 9 j2 4.i'2 " 9.28 4.17 g 37 4.26 9 45 4.3- 9.58 " " 10.07 " 4.S7 10.19 6.08 " 10.23 " 0-'7 " 10.43 " 6-W " H. oo ' S-3'1 " 11.12 " S. -11.17" 6.54" o. 6.00 " 11.33 " 11 55 6 -a0 12.30 ax " 12 48 " 12.55 " 1.02 " 1 10 " 1.16 " 1.24 " I. 40 " 1.62 " 1.56 2 01 2 08 " 2.13 S.3S 2.53 " 3.01 ' a 13 " 3.26 f 3.39 " 4 00 5X0 " STATIONS. exps'ss Indianapolis, Brown1, Janes'. Castleton , Beck's, Britten's, Xoblesville, Cicero, Arcadia, Bueua Vista, Tipton, Jackson's, Skarpsville, Fairfield, Kokomo. P C St L Crossing, CasaviHo, Bennett's, Miami, Bunker Hill Crossing, Shops, Pent, Courier. Eel River, Deeds, Birmingham, Lincoln, Wagner's r Rochester, fcrtrgeon, Millar's Walnut, Bailsback, Argoe. Plymouth, Tyn.r, K sorts' Walkartoa. Kankakee, Btillwell, Laporte, Michigan City, 6.50a 7.f " 7.30 7.: ' 7.38 ' 7.4fi " 7.68 " 8.14 " 8. 22 " 8.30 " . ' M " s.Ol ' 9.09 " 9.22 " 9.2(1 " 9.33 " 9 .43 " 9.48 -9.57 " 10.17 " 11.00 11.16 1 1. S3 11.30 II 38 " 11.44 " U 52 ' 12.16 rat U.W ' 12.30 12.35 12.42 " 12.47 -1.07 " 124 " 1.30 1.41 1.6i 2. " 2.24 3.20 " SOUTHWARD TRAINS. iSfoTa j r Mail j, 4.ijre. 6 ceicaoo carcAGo;rotDO Exrassa eIpun j express 8.56 AST n.on " 45" n.50" 10.03 " 1210 am 10.17 12 22'- 10.27" 1232 10.37" ig 42 10.43" 12.48" 11.00" 107" 11.19 " 17 " 11.24 " ijkj 11. SI " 1 41 " 11.36" 1.46" 11.42 1.S2 12 05 PM J.05 12-17 " 2.17 " 12 vS" 2.25" 1231" 21 " 12.59 " 23 " 12.36 " 2.46 " 12.43" 2.63" 118" 3.10" 6.15 1 36 " 3.35 " 6.23 " 1 1-56 35 " 6.43 " 205" 4.65" 6 52" 2.10 " 4.10 " 6.o7 " 16" 4.16" 7.02" 8 i " 4 35 ' 7.15 ' 237" 440 " 7.20 8 49 - 4 54 " 732 " 2.57 6.0S " 7.41 3 07 " 6.15 " 7.51 " 3.16 " 5.35 " 8.00 " " 5.38" 8.13" 37 - 5.47 " 8.22 " 3.46 " 6.58 " 82 " 4.02" 6.12" 8 48 " 4.15 " 6A5 9.00 " 4 23 .33 9.08 " 4.32" 6.41" 9.16" 4 45" 6 A" 9.29" 4.58 " 7.08 9.40 " 5. 1 " 7.25 " 96 " STATIONS. Michigan City: Laporte, Stillwell, Kankakee, Walksrton, Knotta' Tyner, Plymonth. Argos, Bailaback's Walnut, MiLUr'.. Sturgeon, Rochester, Wagner's, Lincoln, Birmingham, Leeds, ' Eel River, Courier, Pen, Shops. Be'er Hill Crossing Miami, Bennett's CassTilla, - PG at 8tL Crossing Kokomo, Fairfield, Shas-prrilli, JsekMB's, Tipton, Boeua Vista, Arcadia, Cicero, Hoblesrille, Britton's Beck's. Caslteton, Janes', Brown's, (ndiaasjpolis. Meat Market- SAMUEL MOO BE, In the Ute Sr. Wost's Build ing, one door sooth of A. R. Philpot'a Bilrer smith Shop, on Hiebigaa niwi, keeps the verr . 1 1 . : 1 r . . 3 D . .. . . l a iea f jsa mza paassge, ana setts them ensap J6-10-tf. THE CITY HOSPITAL. $387,000 IN PRIZES. 1,019 PREMIUMS SHARES $3 .B3i.txz::n::n Pattinson Market $100,000 Pattinson Hotel 35, U)!) 1 Valuable Farm I Residence in 5th Ward. 15.000 15,000 15,000 L20.C0T 5,000 4.000 3,000 2,000 4,000 1,600 1,500 noo 3,00(1 2,000 2,200 1,500 1.C00 8,000 1 " 4th " 10 Acres of land adjrininrrcorp'n. 400 city lota in Elmiia,"at $:O0 each 1 cash prize of 1 " " 1 " " 1 " " 4 " prizes of $1,000 each 2 " " 800 " 2 " 4 W0 " I " prize of 10 " prizes of $303 each 10 " " 2.10 - II " " 20 " 10 " " '50 " 10 " " 700 " 100 " " 80 " 100 " ' 75 " 7.000 4,950 S,000 I 1,750 99 " " .r.O " 200 " " 40 " 50 " " S5 " Each SbArrholiior wtp receive hv mail or d- liTered at the Gneral office, eithr of the lillow inc neaiitit"! ste-l enKrarni(rii: . 1. Grant, Evan freline, M. M. (Hrick) Ponierov, tr iWn. It. E. Lee. n receipt of three dulling, in addition to a share in the dtatrinntinn. DIV'ECTORS Jnd Smith, latu Sheriff of Che. muiig Co.. N. y., Inntel o. Scndder, Esq . Kimira, ri. 1., tlortr tiennett, Eq., l!ons-lj.-i.ls, N. Y. COMMISsfOSEKS F OlSTKI HCTION. Hon . J. B. Clark, Elnura, N. Y-, Mi. W. R. Itatliboin,. Klniira, N. Y. DEPOSITORY. Bank of Chem'ine, Elmira. N. Y. REFERENCES- Hon. Lucius Robinson, lat Comptroller of the State of S. Y., Moo. J. T. Kathhnrn, Hon. Gn. A. 6. Diven, Hon. Boardman Bmit'a, M. O., Silas HniKht. Georee O Hanlon, present Sheriff of Che mung Co. N. Y., H. 1 Slevens. of Reireto Hnnwi. Chicago, III.. I. W. Gillett. Esq., No. 1ft Nnroau St, X. Y., Attorney at Law, O. W. Palmer. Esq., with Manhattan Fir Insnrance Company, No. fig Wall St., N. Y., E. V. Babcock. Secretary of Tax Department, '62 Chambers St., N. Y., Jas. Klynn, 7 Warren St., Attorney at I.aw.J.T. Atwell, Dep. U 8. Marshal, M. V. B Bach man. Attorney at Law, Horseheads. John Reynolds, Attornerat Law, Elmira, Jacob Lowman. onthport, O- H. Fitch, Horaehsada, Smith A Hill, Bankers, Elmira. Ed 8. Young, Gen'l Patwnper Ag't, . C. R. W., Eal. timore. Sid., Col. 8. Johnson, Artist, Baltimore, Ud., Jason P. Woodlerer. Van Eiten, Chemung Co., N. Y, U. 8. Loan Commissioner. E. M. Posey, C. 5. Hotel; Harrinbu'-g, Pa., A. B. Galatian, Jus tice of the Peace. DESCRIPTION OT REAL ESTATE. The Pat tinson Market was built by T. 8. Aattinsnn, about three years afro, situated one block from the Post Office, Elmira, N. W., fronting on Wirket straet, three stories high, with hotel, knewn at the Mar ket Hotel, attached, seventy-five feet front on Mar ket street, rnnning ncrth two hnndred feet, form ing an L, rnnnine west two hnndied and fifty feet, fronting on Baldwin street, being tour hundred and fifty feet, with Public Hall above, twe hundred feet lorp, and an office in the center, with a burglar and fire prool vault. Market built and fitted up in toe most convenient and improved style. PATTINSON HOTEL. Situated on the corner of Baldwin aad Market streets, about seventy-fire feet front ou Baldwin and one hundred and sixty feet on Market strata. Suitable barns attached. FARM. Situated two and a half miles from the city ol Elmira. on the Plank Koad. eoptainina? one handred acres; good farm buildings, orchard, c, j an in one sraie ox cultivation. &EA1DENCE. In Fifth Ward, on Pennsylvania A enne, abont 50 feet front and lt0 feet deep. A flae residence with niodsrn improvements. RESIDENCE. In Fourth Ward, situated on Baldwin street, 60 feet front, 100 feet deep. One block from Post Office. TEN ACRES LAND. Adjoining Corporation, abont one mile from Post Office, with house and barn suitable for vegetable or building purposes. FOUR HUNDRED 0ITY LOTS. Manner ef Distributing the Property. There will he a duplicate nnrobler )f shares kept and registered, and previous to the diTtrtbntion, the duplicate numbers ot all shares will be plaoed in an envelope and sealed, and on the day of dh-tribiulng the pretninms, all the sealed envelopes containing the dnpllcate nnnibers will be placed in a wheel and be thoroughly mixed, tbn a unmoer drawn ont, nd the person holding the correspond irg number will hav the first premium mentioued in the above list of premiums, and so on nntil the premiums are distril oled. Notice will be published immediately after the distribution takes place, in the principal papers in the country which have given publication, and all persons holding numbers tor premiums will be notified by mail. Distribution ol premiums taf.es place at Elmira, S. X., May 1st, 1872. or as iood as shares are sold. Ka.AU remittances may be sent in drafts or P. 0. orders or Greenbacks. All communications ad dressed to T. S. PATTINSON. Business Man. and Cor. Sec'y, Elmira, N. T. Shares can be proenred at the General Office, Elmi.a, N. Y.. at the principal Hotels tn New Xork City, and all the large cities in the Union. GOOD RELIABLE AGENTS WASTED. AXS Blacksuiith and Car JOHNHOHAM Has the exclusive Agency for Marshall penter Tools. ROPE, ALL SIZES. FLUTING IRONS. frm-rcfTr n-vrOTf PrOTncri Rt-DBER RFT.T1 r. BIRD CAGES, STRAP HINGES, PINE SHINGLES, POPLAR SniNUL'S SEAT SPRINGS. BUGGY SPRINGS, BUGGY AXELS, THIMBLE SKEINS WAGON HUBS, WAGON SPOKES, BENT FELLOES, CHILLED PLOW I always keep a full stock of Points, Landsides, Mold Boards. No. 23 South Bend and Fort Wa y n e Steel Plows Silver Platsd Ca3t3r2, Silvsr Plit3i Sjnans, Sil73r Plitsd Knives and Forks, Smith & Wesson Revolvers, Cartridges, all sites, Barn Door Rollers, Bira floor Riilia, Fvevolvins and All of the above ponds wcrchi'taht before to scllat PRICES that cannot fail to snit. Mono is "Small Profits and Quick Sales'. Old Line H. B. FERSHI TEALKR IN 2DR.UOS, Iye Mulls Paints., HJL f SI I .s. .oa ps, loilot Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. Open Sundays from 8 I -2 to FIRST IN THE FIELD! VaaT .al Infcmis Lis frit-nds and customers that lie lia is haj-nv to show them to all vilio. want to : The btock consists of a A NICE LINE OF DRESS GOODS, SUCH AS Japanese Silks, Genuine Irish Poplins, Plain rrni Watered Silks, in patterns, Fin Black Gro Grain Silk, very handsome, a bi lot of Wash Poplin, plain, fig ures fend striped. Also a nice lot of striped. Black and White, Alexis goods which will be sold cheap. Handsome lot of black and' colored Alpacas. Fine assortment of the Doll' Yarden Lawns and Repps In Domestic Goods I have got a large stock of Calicoes from 8 cents up, & Muslins from 10 cents a - vd. up. B, I HAVE GOT DO- ; i 5IEST1CAND FRENCH J VERY CHEAP. FULL LINE OF CLOTHS, CASSI.MERE, FLANNEL AND " ; COTTON CASSIMERE. IN .MEN'S WEAR I HAVE A CONPLETE STOCK OF READY MADE CLOTHING. IN WHICH ICAN.SUITTHE POOR AND RICH IN PRICES AND QUALITY. A FULL LINE OF HATS AND CAPS ALWAYS ON HAN D. Rememlr that I have a FINE ASSORTMENT of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Shoes and Boois, Notions, and Ladies' and Gentlemen'--4 Furnishing Goods. The above named Goods will be sold cheap for Cash. I shall be very happy to have all my friends ard customers look at inv stock be fore they buy, as it is no trouble to show Goods. The place is one door south of W. W. Hill's Bakery. S I M O 3C" BEO I5L HZZ 2Ft, J3L- 3X JEE2 Hfi FEVER MD &SM CDSE WILL POSITIVELY CURE ALL MIASMATIC FEVERS, CHILLS and FEVER OR FEVER AND AGUE, DUMB AGUE, THIRD DAY AGUE, CONGESTIVE CHILLS, BILLIOUS, OR REMITTENT IE VERS, OR THOSE PERIODICAL FEV ERS WITH BUT A SLIGHT CHILL OR NOCM ILL, ENLARGED. SpLEEAT.COMMONLY CALLED AGUE CAKE,) GENERAL DRB1L1TY, LOSS OF APPETITE, OR ANY ' OTHER FEVERS CAUS- ED BY MALARIA Manufactured and sold Wholesale and Retail by PERSHING j ang3-f IKON SAsn PAINT OILS, FUKKS, i'TS. EL SPAD M CUT SAW WOOD SAWS. T A rv TriTnrn u.ivr. ija 1 a tj It, BABBIT METAL, HEMP PACKING, RUBBER PACKING SAW GL'MMERS, RAT TRAPS, BUTCHER'S MILL TILLS, FARM BELLS, PISTOLS, Siilky Horse Ralres. the late advjnce, which will eivible ine tore, E2 X IC W tf , . . Drug - , -i.iutiiuot, 11 cniiiiitvS(, Com.- ,4l'(lllfS ' IO 1-2 a. r.. and from 2 o 5 p. m r 1 TT TB'Tllf -arnmh anannrn atSIaB now a l)ip: stock of Sprinir (;rrls, and I cc nice goods adapted to tliis market. I & Co., Plymouth, Ind. XL QjS- ' si latent mtaliriu in mm To any peison pro inclnp any Medicine able to show one-third as many living, permanent curt-s as Dr. Fitler's Vegetable hflEUSAm Kemei;: ; and a fntuer rrn-nrtl oi $1W for unv c;:se ot Chronic 27t l ll ft mm TlTVA'i'e -ii-. ' or InflaTimatorT HheiimatiBin, Ni-n-.nlia, Wit-n-J11C.A1 t?Al S, i matic Ague, bciiitica and Klicuuiatisin oi i!i Kid- : niVR will ur.t i-nvn M hin lil icm unt i.- Sli-t-nn I ir'?r 'w, pleasant to the taste. !i!idVinr.mtet! M. D.. Proiefsor of 'joxicolocv ami Lin'minfrv graduate of the celebrated University of JVdbsvI- I v'"i'a. A. JU., wliosi! entire proicssional l.le iias i been devoted spevUillv to this iiisease. '1 liis la-rpa- ratiou, nailer eolt'mu oalii, is couecieiitiuusr be lieved to be the only Positive, Leliabe, Infallible SpeciSe The proof that no other ppecific i-xists is foraid in every community in perwns afflicted for r.muy years paet and still Fnileriii!. Jj l-hn iciiiit$ Cl'it t itr it, tj it uprfilic ilnl esut. ill, s iroulti vol m, a fact tlmt mtit be tinivernlly admitted. The oft deceived sufferer may vt ietly tick, what security or evidence, hus he thul DR. FITAER'S RHEUMATIC SYRUP 1VIU, CUiiK HIS CASE? Tl protection off-'rrvl to patients nw'ust imposi tion is in it Ut11v signed contrarf which will be forwarded witiiout charge to any guflerer sen'linfc by letter a description irt aft'.ietiiiL': thig (nuiraatee Will etjite the ax:ict tnmh'r of bottles vjir.-auted to cun?, and in csee ot nilure the money paid wiH be returned to the patient. No oth'-r Ueiuedy has ever been offered on sntch Jihenil and honondiio terniH. :edical advice, with certincjites fro:n proin'u -nt I'll yei'-ian?. Clergymen, etc., who iiav.- Ih-eu cl'.red after all ot!lT treatnifuti failed, fx'itt by letter rr,iti!'. Afflicted eordiallv invited to write for advice to the principal office, "M i?outii 4th street, PHILADELPHIA, PEXN. Dr. FilU-r'i. Uiifiini.ttii' Mrui is jmM I y Jm isie G. BLAIN &C0.. Sole Agts "i v .ucirii, j rs diaxa, i Ct.MHlntihnm iJroi., S'fr A'ti-lit.. Itna.livn. Iiiiliiii.n. j r"jMiK placi-: to i;rv ioi;n j Furniture' Cheap ! IS AT X O 3? T O N ' s sir P )X .MIIIIIUAX STIIKKT, SEAR THE IR"N KAIl.ltnAn ;KII)t;n, 1 PLYMOUTH, !ND. j IVhiTc yen will rji.i1 ! will lr el.e.i-er tlllri eotiitl.v , er Mlt lelie h;iti 1 elhel ..rli. V re ir: ! ALL M'utiK WAllI.'A XTL'I), ari tr.uli Ami le!.t tl i.f tliCillx All II 1 11 (I Iv:oiriti; C '. v O i ". If". I. Y vnioiul', Ind., S pt C. PALMER & SON, or.w.rn in 11 illtv Iiais s. 1. 1, in; iJuMrs, tSeu Spi i ?i ;tftl .iiaurritiit'H. AI.!0 rnlerlKr,i ''rlnimln;, IViltlSllt &, :S VM1 Ula'iliM, XVIBTAXtX-IO CASSS- With a jroed Hearse hII on reasonable terms, at the old stand of G. S. Cleaveland. On Laporte StreBt, CHARLES PALMER & SON. Plymouth, lod . Not. 4, IS . n.TOt IF YOU WANT ANYTHING IN.T11K Furniture Line, ON REASONABLE TERKS, GO TO THE GREAT FURNITURE- DEPOT OF A. L.: ALLU.IN & CO., Eal Bide ef Michigan. St., Plymouth. Ltd. Coffins and italic Burial Cases Kept on hand and furnished to order, with hearse if desired, on the must reasonable terms. sep'.'g-Iy . i INDIANAPOLIS, gRYANT & STRATTOX, PRACTICAL Business, Mil tary &. Lecture COL.LEGJH, A New and Practical Syatero of A merii an Edncation UF. R. T. BItoWN, President. For circular aud particulars address the Superin tendent. A L. SOUTHARD, ladianarolis. Ind Off Twenty-Five Dollars will . be paid for a single case of incurable Fu r- Dr- Merwin's 'egetable Catarrh Cure is the cheapest, as a package makes one pint of merii- a1!!?- 18 Dy "" on feceipt ol thirty cents. Andu Ihe benl.becaute il never failt to cure cat of Vttarrh. wish to send our pamphlet, entitled "Man and Woman as Invalids'' to every reader of this paper, and will mail, free, s dozen or more copies jj 3 fcrmm wno win nana mem to tneir tnenas. Address St. Louis Jtedical Association, No. 11T Sixth Street, St. Louis, Miesmiri. Cherokee Pills, No. 2. FOR THE REMOVAL OF OBSTRUC TIONS AND THE IXSrSAXCE OF REGULARITY IN THE R EC U H R i: X V E OF MONTHLY PERIODS ! Jl Pifu m oll ,(;, Fmn0 ltjhLir . in truiinl Jor tprcial fticn; thme nhtiute vh'rtr iniMer nw chpnnrr nirillciii jail. Tln-y are composed ot the most ar tivirand power ; ftii principles of piuuta, rw.th and berriesi, so higlily I concentrated tlwt e h J'LSI rontons nain- moliri- n:d strensrth than a vi.i- Vhx or bottle of ordimiry do'J.-ir medicine in tUe niacUei. AMm,rt,h frrrj,tl ! o oitlii mill pm." i tl,ir t,jirttitm, thul thr ' mart f'rUe inn lie (,,-, trilh yrrju-l 'ft). i EiH-k linx liml'liu nli, III lllll pill, mi. I Tj;,rl , i irhiln imp-v jirUlnl in ilrtp rnl Itflcn, urM Jlitll uud j nxpiii-H ili. ecliunn em-timeil. Th ( li.inkft Pills Xa. 3 ursodt hy all cnterptisini; Diuists in the civilizc-d nnM. Somi! nritiriijcipi.Kl dealers, himvevcr, tri- fn wll worthless compounds in place of these; whirh they" can purchase at a cheap prl e an-l mate nion mouey. A3 you Talue your healtii, do iit be de ceived by sndi '.'upraicipjed DniijeiBts, ask lor these 5 pills, and take uootlier; ii the Drugirie will not buy tliem fov yon, enclose the money in a letter and we will send them to you. by mail, f ree of postage, securely sealed from observation. Ladies or (it ntl.mieu can address us in perfect confidence, Mating fully and plainly their diseases and symptoms. I'atie.:'..-- need not hesitate Ixcausc? of their in ibility to isit us. as we have treated j-tv-tients successfully in all portions of the civilized globe, by corvespondenec. We desire to s-nd our thirty-two jm'" p:iii!)hrefs el.titied HI a 11 mid Unman ailuvaldls to everv" reader of this p-.iper, an1 will mail in1. a dojim or more copies to any jierson who will hand! them to their tr ends. Address as follows : St. Lot is Medii ai. Ass ici ation, 117 NOUTH HlTH SVBKKT, SOLD BY DRUGGISTS OcU't-COWlil V. INSURANCE AGENCY A. C. & A. B. C'APRON, IM-iY.TlOl'TIJ I i)M . ixsi pe Yon; Livrrs ix the OF NI.V." VOHK, Cash Assets, Over $50!C00,OCO! Insurance Companies: Intrninti.nrriy. Franklin. PhilnrJ.-Iphiri. Jf'irtforft. of I art ford, . Union. S'J-.t Frr.ncixcu, . ...$1,000,000 ...s:j,'2((0.00a ...?2.n."0.ono 1.2i:5,OiX Wf will iHtle polieies on all rlatne of instimble property, ui titorable terms A. C. k A. B CAPRON. Agent. Feb I '7:2-1 v . 8IOO.OO REWARD! To nny man vrha will brine: m vnrrhafcr fr Iht farm I P'side upon, bt-tt r April I3t).KT. ZFTnBXiTC S-tVIiE. I will offer at I'nblir Pale at inv r-sidenre in oik town-hip. Mamhill Count. 'Indiana. IJi miles aonth of Truer City, and 6 miles weit ofPlvC month, on SntunUy, Aoril I t, '72, the following described property, to-writ: 1 five yr old Bay Man.. I large IHrGee Hos, l l Head of Ho!t. IH head of MiV-b Cwa and Tonntf Catth. l'rn by the bushel. Vmesar by ttiriwrrel or cillon Waejon. flow, and oilier "pentonal proper ty tro numerous to mention. Sale to commence at 10 o'cbKrk. I liai determined to go West whether I sell my land or not, and eonwipvptlv will pnv the above re ard raiher than leave my land nnwld. I will sell at a fair price au.l make a-oo terms. I have I3T acres of as good land as there in in Pollc tow nship, which has on it a two tory home. hanK barn H2X.J feet, other out buildings, nud good frait. Al pood Timlr. such as Walnn;, Poplar. Hirkorv. Ah. Biiib-rnot. Oak, c. If I sWl before April t.ftli. the pnibaser will icet be crop in the ground, con sisting ot abont 2 acres of Wheat, h sides Bye. I I do not sell my place it will be (i.r rent. I also have tor anle an nimprored farm of 14' acres, at jlii.M) per acre. marJH-:iw. JAMES T.FIFE. LonisvHr, Xetr Albany fc thitags Short and Popular Route TO ALL POINTS EAST WEST, NORTH & SOUTH, Trains leave Waoatah Station as fellows: TKAISS NOSES. ISAIItS SOUTH. 8.62 A. M. Night Express, 8.56 P. M. 6 57 P. V.. Chicago Express, 11-56 A. M. lil P. M. Freight Train, 7J6 A. JJ,. aa,Cars are attached to F re if lit Trains for ths accommodation of Passengers who may wish t travel on them. R. II. C. J1INTT, GsMiaai. Murrain txkukjt, 8. K. HOOPER, New Albany, Ind. Gf 'l TlCE ST ASSIST, New Albanj, Indiana. m 1 llliltlillj Mb,