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TUESDAY, ;MAY 24, 1870. A Pen Picture of the President., i BT GRACE GREENWOOD. Though so quiet and undemonstra tive, President Grant's manner is not cold. Though somewhat set and quite reticent in expression, hi3 face is neith er hard nor forbidding. Though his eyes of greyish blue certainly do not ra diate geniality and 'good fellowship, I hare always seen in them a still and steady friendliness impartial, almost undiscriminating, but singularly unfor. getful. His look into your eyes on a first meeting is clear direct, but not pier cing. He "makes no deep scrutiny" into your character, but you feel that he reads you well, as far as he goes, and you may be sure he will know you the next time. His words are few, as he has occasionally remarked and his ad dress simplicity itself. Some one once called it a "courageous simplicity." I don't think the term suited to him; it implies too much consciousness. Fran klin's appearance at the Court of Ver. sailles was "courageous simplicity." Jefferson's riding on horseback from the White House to the Capitol was dramatic simplicity. But Grant gives no thought to effect makes no parade of not making a parade. In. walking ho carries . his head that wonderful jy compact, evenly-modeled head slight ly forward; and he has in public places rn absent yet acquiescent air, as of one being taken somewhere rather than of going cf his own volition which is us ually the case, as he is the most oblig ing, informal and unmagisterial of Chief Magistrates. To me there is something strange in the ordinary passivity of such a will as his. He seems not only a modest but a diffident man. Great he roes before him have been so. This diffidence may often be taken for indif ference and insensibility. .1 think I have seen the sure marks of it in his ins tercourse with children, for whom he re ally has the fondness characteristic of Mr. Lincoln. He has no small talk for small interviewers, but he is not above listening to them, and I have noticed that they never account him hard or cold. They have, perhaps, the instinct to understand and the graee to inter pret that riddle for statasmen, reporters and fine ladies the face of President Grant. A few-evenings ago, as a little party of us assembled to witness some private theatricals, of the simplest and most ju venile sort, at the house of one of the Cabinet Ministers, the family from the "White House called, quite unexpected- On being told what was on the ta- pis, tue president expressed a aesire 10 see the performance, "if the children would not object." Of course they did not, though quaking in their buskins, but did their best before their august audience, and were rewarded by Presi dential laughter and applause. Watch ing our President as he sat smiling kindly at that little comedy, that bit of childish mimic-life, it seemed almost impossible to realize that he was indeed the great Captain of Captains, who, a few short years ago, was the central fig ure in a mighty drama of battle, whose stage was a continent, and whose audi ence was the world. -1 think we ought to strive to realize this more; it seems to me there is too much petty cavil at this man's non-observance , of some of the small conventionalities which we call "the etiquette of the position," too many newspaper platitudes that he en joys his cigar, that he loves horses (bliss him for that): that he does not make speeches on all trivail occasions (bliss him for that, too!); in short, that ho does not "do the deportment" of his place according to the aristocratic dem ocratic theories; that he is not the Pres ident of precedent. "We bad eyes and chose him.' Let us remember that God gives to one soul a genius to think and aspire; to another, to do and to be. There is the inspired prophet-brain, which says, "I see I believe;" and there is the im perial, compulsive brain, which says, "I am I will!" Who shall say which is the greatest? Each, by a divine law an cient as time, gravitates to its fit period and place. Because the night of our tribulation is past, do not let us cease to thank God for the strong hand that upheld and guided us through its heavi est darkness; above all, let us not quar rel with that hand if it takes not kindly to Paris kids, or if the grip it learned upon the sword-hilt sometimes makes slippery, self-seeking poltical fingers tingle. THE NORMAL SCHOOL BOARD, At its session, which closed yesterday, had before it some important business matters, which were satisfactorily dis posed of. Among other things, it had under consideration the limited oporlu nities for boarding on favorable terms, ami . r.nmmittec was appointed to se cure suitable boarding arrangements, especially for young ladies. This is a matter of the highest importance, and it is very desirable ' that r the citizens of Terre Haute should interest themselves in securing this object - A request having been made to the Board by the State Board of Education that arrangements be made for holding a Normal Institute session in July and August, for the benefit of such teachers a3 are regularly employed during the year, the Faculty concurring in the same, it was ordered that a Teachers' Normal institute be held, commencing July 13th, and continue four . weeks, closing August 10th ; and that the ser vices of the Faculty be retained for that object. J. Ingle, President of the Evansville and CrawfordayUle Jlailroad, and.W. R. McKeen, PresHlnt oH ae 7FegQ Hute and RichmoncliiUailroad, offer Tto 'pass teachers free from such Institute as pay fall fare there.-ndianapoUa, J our. A man by the nimo of Williams, residing at Bristol, EUhart county, punished his son for chewing tobacco making him stay out and chop wood until 9 o'clock at night, then took soft soap and washed his mouth until it was raw, after which he crammed it full of pepper. We are glad to state that the boy , escaped through the instrumentality of soine kind friend, and is going to take care of himself Chewing tobac co is a pernicious habit, bat not strictly crim inal and ths brutal &ther ought to be hung by thofiwk until & (a'4at7 ner) At Lafayette, the other day, during a game of base ball, a boy named Poltz threw the oak bat at another bo3r, Joe i Clark, inflicting a terrible wound upon his head. It was done in a fit of anger. Either the high-tempered boy, or the game itself, should be abolished. . We prefer the latter. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Haley, of Bar tholomew county, have been married eighteen years, and the result has been a family of seventeen hearty and hand some children ten boys and seven girls. The Monroe County Cazette says: Our farmers generally agree that anoth er bountiful crop of wheat is prospect ive.' It has come out 'right smart' dur ing the last few weeks. Peaches, cher ries, apples,etc., bid fair to be abundant. Physicians are complaining of the dis tressingly healthy condition of the peo ple of, Leavenworth, Crawford county. That complaint seems to be general just now. Last week a fool in Sullivan county, Ind., said if he could not sell his young mare before Saturday for $130 he would shoot her. He could find no man who would give him more than 8100, so on Saturday he took her to the woods and shot her. In Baltimore, in the General Confer ence of the Methodist Protestant Church, a -proposition to abolish the probationary state in the Church was referred. Prop ositions for various changes in the Con stitution of the Church were discussed and withdrawn. The Boone County Poineer says: Farmers in this section report the wheat crop looking well, but that the yield will not be near as large as last year. The brick building for the new glass works, in New Albany, will be 240 by 480 feet in size. Nearly every day some of our 'crack shots with the fish pole go up or down the river on fishing excursions. We haven't seen any fish caught upon these excursions. It is fated in the nature of things that Wash ington shall not long bo the capital of the Uni ted States. Every school-boy with his map before him knows the decree cf nature that cannot be thwarted. The expedition of 2,500 men who are on the march to explore the valley of the Big Horn Kiver will be opposed by 8,000 Sioux and oth er Indians. They have gone in search of new gold fields, and of course the army of Uncle Samuel will retaliate any damage to the expe dition by the Indians. The Mayor of South Bend, on meeting the council for the first timo after his re-election, delivered an address which occupy six columns in the Register. i ' The spirit of ambition which has seized the hens of Indinana this season, has cropped out in Vernon, Jennings county. Mrs. Vander griff of that place, set a portion of her enter prising brood on 85 eggs, and out of that num ber 83 chickens were hatched. Next! An old bachelor says: 'Suppose all the men were in one country, and the women in another, with a big river be tween them. Good gracious! what lots of poor women would be drowned. Somebody has devised a contraption, which is a deliberate, cool, downright swindle on the finny tribe. It consists of a bright metaiic minnow, which revolves rapidly when in mo tion and is so arranged that the moment the fish bites, and you pull, the hook darts into the fish's mouth, then he opens it because he has the tooth-ache, and out pops the minnow, and you haul your fish ashore, throw in your line again, the bait falls to place, and you go right along having all the sport you want to on the same bait all season.' Rushing the Season. Hot weather" as a rule, does not begin in,the latter part of April or the first part of May, yet there are hundreds of people in this community who are ready, the first warm day, to cast off all winter cloth ing and assume the airy fashions of summer, and the result is physicians are 'huncommon ly hactive, and rivers of cough mixture and cod liver oil must be swallowed. People of average years and intelligence ought to know better, but somehow they don't for every spring they repeat the same foolishness, and suffer in consequence. Ex. Non-paying subscribers are thus talked of by a Western editor : 'Wag ons cannot run without wheels, boats cannOw run without steam, bull frogs cannot jump without legs, or a newspa per carried on everlastingly without money, no more than a dog can wag his tail when he ha3 none. Our subscribers are all good, but what good does a man's goodness do when it don't do any good ? We have no doubt that every one thinks that all have paid except himself and as we are a clever fellow, and his account is a little matter, it makes no difference, Strange hallucination.' i : THE EDUCATIONAL BUREAU. The Educational Bureau is to have $14,500 this year to expend in salaries and stationery for doing little useful A commissioner, threo clerks and a messenger are to constitute the functos officio of that department, with salar ies ranging between $810 to $3.00O. The idea of a messenger to wait upon four persons when there is nothing for him to do but build fires and sweep out the office, beggais all notions of economy. There are probably scores of such useless messengers waiting ou the dignitaries at Washington. Among the items of expense is the sura of S3.000 for getting up reports. This may be for printing.since they can not be so stupid as to pay $7,uu to tnreo men wno nave no'tung else to do than get up reports. We will en gage to find a man who will do the whole bus iness of that department and wait on himself for $5,000 and do it better than it has been or is libely to be done. We would like to see an annual report show ing the condition of education in all the States and Territories, but it does not require $14,500 to get up such a report, nor the half or it. We go for work in office, and for such dignity as wors, well done, will bring. uin. l imes. On going into a barber shop, and be fore surrendering yourself to the barber, take a pinch of snuff and a chew of to bacco. This will insure quiet on your part, and keep the barber in a happy frame of mind while shaving you. It is Saturday night, and the shop is full, be sides a shave take a shampoo, get your hair cut and combed up fancy. Don't get up from the chair until you are fully assured that not a hair lays crosswise.- Those who are waiting for their turn have plenty of time; and had rather wait than not, besides they will love you for it Have your coat brushed, and tender the shavist a bill for payment, so large that he will be obliged to go several squares to get it changed. Even if you have the change in your pocket at the time, it makes no difference, he had just as soon go as not, and it will save you tne trouble, ifouow the above and you will be looked upon with affection by au parpers. am tueir customers. ' y -' THE ; GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY. V; R. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA "Vinesrai? Bitters. MORE THAX 500,000 PER SOUS Bear testimony to their Won i derful Curative Effects. S3 - u. o a es ' a g What Are They? MO tic's - e-l o t 3 a a) "5 t? s .a o ,3 cj : 7i aj & s e C T. g 75 fe g" e o.s 5 as e 3 - e S a P. 3 THEY ARE NOT A VILE FANCY DRINK, Made of Poor Rum, Whiskey, Proof Spirits, and Refuse Liquors, doctored, spiced, and sweetened to please the taste, called "Tonics," ."Appetizers," "Restorers," Ac, that lead the tippler on to drunk eness and ruin, but are a true medicine, made from the native Roots and Herbs of California free from all Alcoholic Stimulants. They are the Great Blood Purifier and Life Giving Principle, a perfect Renova tor andHnvigOrator of the System, carrying off all poisonous m?tterr and restoring the blood to a healthy condition. No person can take these Bit ters according to directions, and remain long un well. I $100 will be given for an incurable case, provided the bones are not destroyed by mineral poisons or other means, and the vital organs wasted beyond the point of repair. For Inflammatory and Chronic Rheumatism, and Gout, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Bilious. Remittent, and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood, Liv er, Kidneys, and Bladder, these Bitters have been most successful. Such Diseases are caused by Vitiated Blood, which is generally produced by de rangement of the Digestive Organs. Cleanse the V itiated Blood whenever you find its impurities bursting through the skin in Pimples, Eruptions or oore: Cleanse it wiieii vou una it ob structed and sluggish in the veins: cleanse it when it is foul, and your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood pure and the health of the system will follow. Pin, Tape, and other Worms, lurking in the system of so many thousands, are effectually destroyed and removed. In Billious, remittent and Intermittent Fevers, these Bitters have no equal. For full directions read carefully the circular around each bottle, printed in four languages English, German, French and Spanish. J. WALKER, Prop.. 32 Commerce St. IT. V. It.H. McDONALD A CO., Druggist and General Agents, San Francisco and Sacramento, California, and 32 fc 34 Commerce it. N. Y. d'Sold by all Druggists and Dealers. 513m Plantation. Bitters. S. T - -1860 X. This wonderful vegetable restora tive is the sheet-anchor of the feeble and debilitated. As a tonic and cor dial for the aged and languid, it has no equal among stomachics. As a remedy for the nervous weakness to which women are especially subject, it is superseding every other stimu lant. In all climates, tropical, tem perate or frigid, it acts as a specific in every species of disorder which undermines the bodily strength and breaks down the animal spirits. For sale by all druggists. 52 6m THE NEW ARTICLE OF FOOD For twenty-five cents you can buy of your Druggist or Grocer a pack age of Sea Mess Farine, manufactur ed from pure Irish Moss or Carra geen, which will make sixteen quarts of Blanc Mange, and a like quantity ot .Puddings, Custards, Creams, Char lotte Russe, &c, &c. It is by far the cheapest, healthiest and most de licious food in the world. RAND SEA MOSS FARINE CO., 53 Park I'lace, N. Y. BIG- MOIVEYoTbKa' ticlbs, Key 1ao and Stencil Xools. Circulars Free. F. W. DOKMAN & CO., 97 W. Lomburf St., Baltimore. no-3m FOU FAMILY USE titn.pt, cheap, durable, KWITS everything. AUi.ii8 WAJUI). Circulsr Dm! sample stockist FREE. Address TIINKT-EY KNIT TING MACHINE CO., 162 West 4th St., Cincinnati, MONEY CANNOT BUY IT! Fot Si crht is Priceless ! ! . K-ntpo v- Tr THE DIAMOND GLASSES. MANUFACTURED BY J.E.SPENCE & CO,, N, Y.. Which are now offored to the public, are pronouncej by ail the celebrated Optic iaus f the World to bo the MOST PERFECT Natural, Artificial help to the human eye erer known. They are ground under their own supervision, from minute Crystal Pjbbles, melted together, and derive their nam?, 'Diamond," on accouui of their namnesa ana brilliancy. The Scientific Principle on which thnv r m structed brings the core or center of the lens directly in front of the eye, producing a clear and distinct vision, an in ine natural, Healthy sight, and prevent ing all unpleasant sensations, such as olimmormn and wavering of siaht; dizziness, Ac, peculiar to all uiutsrs in use. They are Mounted in the Finest Manner, In frames of the best quality, of all materials used lor tliat purpose. Their finish and durabililv cannot be nnrnaiiit. caption. None genuine unless bearing their trade mark O stamped on every fi ame. C. II. ANKENY, Jewelers and Opticians, are Sole Agents for Richmond Indiana. From whom they can only be obtained. These roods suppiieu m xeuiers at any price. Obtained for inventors by Dr. D. Bbesd, Chemist and late Examiner in the Patent office, who has devoted 18 years to patent business, and will promptly pre pare papers, drawings, tc. Terms S20 to $S0. Write for circulars. Direct to 818 F street, op. Pat. Office, Washington, Liberal Reward! Lost, near the Richmond Woolen Mill, a bundle of Grain Sacks, (35; branded 'McWhinney & Swishers New Madison, Ohio. Return to Nestor's Grocery and a liberal reward will be given j l, m, XLxkixq,' , Head- Qnarters ' ' FOR HARDWARE. C. W. BENTON &Co. 244 Main street, ARE receiving a very large and complete stock, bought sincethe decline of Gold, of Carriage Trimmings, Springs and Axles, WOOD W0EK FOU BUGGIES, Carriages and Wagons, Buggy and Spring Wagon Bodies, Leather Belting, Rubber Belting, Berea Grindstones, Lake Huron Grindstones, Rochester Cooper Tools, Shot Guns and Trimmings, IJ'arao. Bells: And a large and well-assorted Stock of Builder's Hardware, Agents for Hunter Sc. Sons' Celebrated Cutlery, and J. W. Hansel's Patent Sash, Lock and Holder. Richmond, March 29, 1870. 3:tf FARM FOR SALE. rfTlIIE undersigned offers a fine Farm, situated M. mile South-East trom Kichmond,on tne Kicu mond and Boston Turnpike, containing EIGHTY-TWO ACRES. There is, on the premises, a Good Brick House, Frame Barn and necessary Uut-ouuuings, a loung Orchaid. The Farm is "in pood repair, rich Soil, well-timbered, and watered, and will De soia on satis factory terms. For particulars and terms, apply to I.N. BEANY. Feb. 8, 1870. 48-tf M.ALEXANDER, Cl J.M.MASON Col. 2d V. C. Vol. in 2d D late Captain .41. of WashVuand D.C. Volunteers. ateC x-P Alexander & Mason, SOLICITORS OF American and European Patents, AND COUNSELLORS AT PATENT LAW, 15 years experience as solicitors of Patents. on Seventh St., opposite the patent office, WASHINGTON, D. C. 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Sold by booksellers, or sent by mail on receipt of price. MRS. MILLER'S NEW BOOK, "The Royal Road to Fortune. A delightful and instrnctive story for boys. Price, SI. 50. Sold by booksellers, or sent by mailon receipt 0 tprice. Also numerous other books. Write for descriptive circulars. Aidress as above, ALFRED- L. SEWELL A CO., Publishers, n35tf CHICAGO, ILL. LICENSE NOTICE. ALL PERSONS INTERESTED are hereby noti fied that at the JuneTerm, 1S70, of the "Board of Commissioners of the county of Wayne, in the Stato of Indiana, I shall present uiy petition to said Commissioners asking them to grant me a license to sell intoxicating liquors In less quantity than one quart at a time, with the privilege of permitting the same to be drank ;n the premises, which are as fol lows : Two rooms on the east side of Main Cross street, in Centreville, Wayne county, Indiana, and south of Main street in said town Said rooms are immediately north of and adjoining to the property of Claiborne S. McMahan, occupied by him as a dwelling house and shop. The front room in which 1 design selling is nearest to the Main cross street of said town, and the other is immediately east of it, being a back room which is entered by a door on the east side of the room first namtd. These rooms are the most southern portion of what is commonly call ed Morton's Row. Said room keing immediately in the rear, and south of the building formerly owned by Wm. S. T. Morton, which building is situated in the south-eist corner made by the intersection of Main and Main-cross streets in said town. The legal title of the rooms which I design occupying, is in Wm. S. T. Morton. Said rooms are situated on the west side of lot No. seventy -one (71) on the town plat of Centreville, in Centre township, Wayne coun ty, Indiana. The only front door to the front, is in the most western room of the two, which I design to occupy, and is the fifth door south of Main Street. CLARK S. BAKER. April 19, 1870. u63wpifd mm STAUDlriGER SPRING Hat Fashion. TVlE undersigned has justreceived hisne SPKING Style of - HATS of all Kinds, to which heinvites the at tention of all who would ndulge i n the latest fash-?- Sa-Callat theHatand iv V. .. . JOHN SU jFICINS. Richmond, March 29,1879. LIGHTNING CONDUCTORS. Martin Wells, Electrician, 112 Broadway, New York, Gives personal attention to selecting and snpplying tne bctei and most scientific Liigbtnmg Conductors. Keeps on hand. Iron, Galvanized Iron and Copper Cable Conductors, at lowest prices; also. Otis' Patent Insulator, or Glass Riug; also Wells' Patent Metallic Attacnment, superior to any Insulator in use. The Trade supplied. jZB-Send for circulars and price lists. FOR SALE A Two Story Brick House on south Franklin-st., No. 63. PERFECTED ECEROSEHE LIGHTS. IVES' PATENT LAMPS, THE Safest! Simplest! Best. We have also a large variety of FIRST-CLA S AS nrflXTHJltlES ADAPTED FOB BURNING KEROSENE OR GAS With our Patent Improvements, CHANDELIERS, BRACKETS, IIANGINCJ TABLE AND HAND LAMPS of all kinds, Can be Lighted as Quickly as Gas, filled and trimmed safely and neatly, without re moving tne snaae, globe or chimney, or .unscrewing no uurner. We have a full stock of all kinds of Kerosene Lamps and Fixtnres, and all goods connected therewith. JULIUSH E & CO .REMOVED TO 37 Barclay St. and 42 Park Place, NEW YORK. 14-ly COMBINATION. Two of the mott Useful and Economical Inventions of the age are HULL S PATENT COMBINATION HOUSE HEATING AND COOKING RANGE, AXD TABULAR BASE'B URNIXO HOT-AIR FURNACES. Adapted for Hard and Soft Coal, abo for Wood. Send for Circulars and Price List. MANUFACTURED BY HULL, GRIPPEN & CO., Nos. 288 & 290 Third Avenue, NEW YORK. FOR SALE OR LEASE. The suburban residence and erounds of J. W. Mauzy, situated of a mile west of the city. This is one of the most desirable place in the country. It fronts 30 rods on the National pike, runs 120 rods back to a public road, and is hedged on 3 sides. A FINE YOUNG ORCHARD. and all the fruits common to this clime. 1 he buildinrs are commodious and handsomely situated in a grove of forest and evergreens, and consist of a Two Story Brick Dwelling with lO Rooms Bath house with hot and cold water, Milk house Wash house, S moke house and AVood house. A cood Barn Carriage house and Corn Crib with wagon shed attached. - An Ever Flowing Fountain supplies water for the house, milk house and barn. lue propnetcrdesires to move South or this prop erty would not be offered. For terms apply to Chas. II. Barchenal over the Ct aok. no20-t $15. Get the Best. $15. BENT BT EXPRESS, C. O. D. The Improved Oroide G-old Watches. MANUFACTURED by us, are all Etuntmg cases, finely chased and beatifully enameled. 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Medical pamphlet at office free, or by mail for two stamps. No matter who have failed, read what he says. Office No 183 Third street, hetween Green and Walnut streets, near the Post office, Louisville, Kt. - Office hours 9am to 7 r M.; Sundays 10 A M to 12 M. : nl7-ly, Stitched or Pegged Boots and. Shoes, TlfABE OF THE BEST MATERIAL, 11 M. and in a substantial and workman-like manner made to order, at HENR7 EMRICH'S SHOP, Two Doors Sonth of Plammer's Drugstore, On South Pearl Street, Where he respectfully invites the citizens of Rich mond and vicinity to give him a call and a share of patronage, being sure, irom tne good quality ot Lis work and the general satisfaction given heretofore, that all will be well pleased with his manufacture. jptfK good supply of BOOTS and SHOES, made at his establishment, on band, which he is sel ing at very low rates for Cash. Repairingdone at short notice. H. EMRICH. Richmond, Oct. 19,1869. 12 tf, Notice. ALL those indebted to the Estate of Thos. J. Bar gis either by note or book account will please call and settle immediately and save cost. S. BAROJS, Executrix. Richmond, March 1st, 1870. , Mtf. S. C. BYER LECiAL NOTICES. TOiitE is aereby given to' the dtitinis of il Wayne township. Wayne conntr. Indiana, that 1 intend to apply to the IJourd of CommtHsioners of aid county, at their next term, commencing on the first Monday in Jane, 1870, for a license to sell in- waioiiiuh iiiju-iri in a ics ijuauiuv man a quart at a time, and permit the same to be drank on the prem ises, itt accordance with an act approved March 6, 1859. The precise location of the premises in which I propose to sell said intoxicating liqnors, and saner the same to be drank, is in the west room on the ground floor of the house known as the Gait House, on the south side of Main street, between Mario i and " Franklin streets, on Lot No. 150, in that parte f th City of Richmond, Indiana, laid out by John Smith. May 3, 1970. 3t WILLIAM MORQENSTERN. TfOTICE is hereby given to the citizens of Wayna 11 township, Wayne county, Indiana, that I will apply at the next session of the Board of County Commissioners of said county, to be held on the first Monday ot June, 1870, for a license to sell intoxica ting liquors in a less quantity than a quart at a time, and suffer the same to be drank on the premises where sold, in accordance with an act approved March 6, 1859. The premises where I propose to sell said liquors is described as follows, to.wit : Being part of Lot No. 29 in that part of the City of Richmond, in said -county, laid out by Jeremiah Cox on the east side of Pearl itreet, immediate! v north of the Citizens Bank. and sooth of the Warner Building, or Mayor's OiEce, and being the room now occupied by me as a grocery. May 3, 1870. 3t ANTON BESCMER. "lTOTICEis hereby given to the citizens of Wayne 11 township, Wayne county, Indiana,that I intend to apply to the Board of Commissioners of Wayne county, Indiana, at their next term, commencing on, the first Monday in June, 1870, for a license to sell intoxicating liquors in a less quontity than A quart at a time, and sutler the same to be drank on the premises where sold, in accordance with aa act ap proved March 5, 1859. The premises on which I propose to sell said in toxicating liquors are located as follows, to-wit : On tne soutn part or Liot So. Ill in that part ot the city of Richmond laid out by John Smith, being on the west side of Marion street, south of Main, between Main and Walnut streets, in a rew brick building and now occupied by me as a grocery store. May 3, 1870, 3t. WILLIAM KOCJirilOCFE. mjOTICE is hereby given, to the citizens of 1 Wayne township, Wayne county. Indiana, that I will apply at the next session of the Board ot Coun ty Commissioners of said county, to be held on the first Monday of June, 1870, for a license to sell Intox icating Liqnors in a less quantity than a quart at a, time, and suffer the same to be drank on the premi ses where sold, in accordance with an act approved March 5, 1859. The premises where I propose to sell said liquors, is described as follows: lot No. 74, south room, in that part. of the city laid out by Charles W. Starr, on the east side of North Fifth street, north west corner, in the building owned by Russell, Burns St Highley, Richmond, Wayne countv, Indiana. GEORGE HOWARD. May 3, 1S70, St. TTOTICE is herebv givin, to the citizens of 1 Wayne township, Wayne country, Indiana, that I intend to apply to the Board of Commissioners of said county, at their'next term, commencing on the 1st Monday in June, 1870, for a license to sell Intoxicat ing Liquor in a less quantity than a quart at a time, and sutler the same to be drank on the premises where sold, in accordance with an act approved March 5, 1359. The place where I intend to sell said intoxicating liquor and suffer the same to be drank, is described as follows: Partot lot No. 6 in that part of the City of Richmond laid out by John Smith, and bounded as follows, tto-wit: beginning on Pearl street, on the northwest corner of a brick house, erected bv Ben net Baumer, in the year 185S, and being 150 feet south of the northeast corner of lot No. 3; thence west parallel with the north boundary of said lot No. 6, three rods; thence sout parallel with Peail street, 87 feet, more op tUeuce east to Pearl street; ttience north to the place of beginning. The identi cal spot where the liquor is proposel to be sold is on the west s'tde of Pearl street, second door north of the first alley south of Main street, in Richmond. UAuTIIAZER BESCHER. May 3,1870, 3t. JJ"OTICE is herebv given, to the citizens of Wayne township, Wayne countv, Indiana, that I intend to apply at the next teim of the Commission ers Court of Wayne county, commencing on the first Monday in June, 1870, for a license to sell In toxicating Liquors in a less quantity than a quart at a time, and permit the same to be dranK on the premises where sold, in accordance with the act ap proved March 5, 1859. The premises on which 1 propose to sell said In toxicating Liquors are located on the sonth side of Main street, between Marion and Franklin streets, Richmond, Indi ma, in the building owned by Peter Arnold, and immediately west of B. A W. FrankePs Clothing Store, and now oeenpiel by me as a Saloon, and being known as the Continental Saloon. CHARLES LEIVE. May 3, 1870, 3t. NOTICE is hereby given, to the citizens of 1 Wayne township, Wayne county, Indiana, that I intend to apply to the Board of Commissioners, at their next term, commencing on the first Mondar in Jane, 1870, for a license to sell Intoxicating Liqaors in less quantity than a quart at a time, and por jnit the same to be drank on the premises, in accordance with an act approved March 5, 1859. The precise location in which I propose to sell said intoxicating liquors, and sutler the same to be drank c n the premises is a certain brick building on the east sido of Pearl street, between Sycamore and Mill streets, situated on the north half of lot No 73 in that part of the city of Richmond, in said county, laid out by John Smith. SILAS MINNER. May 3, 1870, St. TTOTICE is hereby given, to the citizens of JLI Wayne township, Wayne county, Indiana, that I intend to apply to the Board of Commissioners of Wayne county, at their next term, commen sing on the first Monday in Jr.ne, IS70, for a license to sell Intoxicating Liquors in a less quantity than a quart, at a time, and sutler the same to be drank on the premises where so sold, iu accordance with an act approved March 5th, 1859. The premises where the liquor is designed to be sold and drank, is described as follows: Being room about 12 feet wide and 40 feet deep, in the north east corner of W II Bennett's Livery Stable, said Stable bnilding being situated on Main street, in the City of Richmond, Indiana, and being upon the west half Lot No. 150, as laid out by John Smith, said premises beiog known as the 'Grotto Saloon.' CHAS. LEIVE. May 10, 1870, 3t. J. D. Iimiillll & sons, SOtK MASCFACTrREBS OF IIOLTZERMANN'S CELEBRATED Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Bourbon. Rye and Monongahela Whiskies, Brandies, Gins, Rums Wines Ac. Cor. of Main and Water Sts. n5-3m Piqpa, O. O TJ C SHADES! SH ADES! The subscriber has opened a SHADE AND TALLE OIL CLOTH WAREHOUSE, at No. 213 CANAL ST. NEW Y0EK . where he will sell PARLOR AND STORE SHADES. 25 Per Cent, below Broadway Prices! Store Shades made and lettered to order. Merchants and Pedlars supplied atlowestcash rateP. S. C. MILLER. WMMAYER, Importer of FRENCH & GERMAN FANCY GOODS, as Alabaster Goods, China Figures Chessman, Musical Boxes, Segar Stands, Work Boxes, Ladies' Companions, Swiss Houses, Dressing Cases, Ac, Ac, Ac. Manufacturer of Trav eling & Ladies' Hags, . Pocket Books, and Fine Leather Goods, , , 148 Fulton Street. New York. JOB PRINTING-, We hare a new DAY J0BBER,"nd new fonts of Typeofthelatestatjles, both plain and fancy, and are prepared to do work M II BITTERS.