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EVANSAILLY4 IND.
WEDNESDAY ... JANUARY 17
;...1......--
3fere Dem erratic Jewels.
t
Democratic pony 'de not indulge
in so many references to their record
, during the rebellion we' elsould netts.
rally expect; front' the large -claim they
suake for the credit of conquering a
peace. - They certainly manifested ,
, very pugnacious spitit, but it was Prin.
, , cipally directed toward the Government
, which it was their duty as loyal ettiz-enitto
support.' They carried .bn it vigorous
contest, not with the rebels, but with the
administration, which was Waggling to
put down the rebellion. r, In 41165d days,
;1.-
- leading Densocrats-waged incessant war
, upon the GCvernment. i We all remem
her Horatio' Seymour's administration;
the anti-draft riots; the vulgar, infamous
abuse of the martyred Lincoln; ,the
- f, hisucietion of Andrewiohnsoo, of which
the following is specimen, takenfrom
'1'.1 a leading Democratic paper of Vireatertk
New , York, the Rochester' Union, of
March 9,1865: : I .
, , - Unlike the second
" Johusosi, however, Richard IL Johnson
was a man of talent and education and
so distinguished himself; while Andy
' illustrates in the quality of his brain end
its brilliancy as lit up by the alcoholic
contents of his stomach, what ati un
couth and uncultivated statesman" be
- - is, and how stratigely.the mschinery of
popular government may be worked
when a drunken man is chosen for sec
- - end engineer. - - ' :
Again, on the llth of the same month,
, -.two days afteri the Mien ! -
Andrew Johnson has for three years
exgrcised the sway ef a satrap in Ten.
regime, aided by that congeuial spirit,
Parson Browolowq Now that the people
, 'get a near glimpse of the man by whom
the conservative mea of that State were
lad fall and in the election of -last week
disfranchised, they may be &Me to ap
preciete their cluation. Andrew John
son should not longer be-permitted to
,,,have position,or poweria ,the govern
ment. The resignation or
, , ;impeachment of Johnson should be
toted until one or the other is
t plished. ' ' - '
. That was the spirit of the Democratic
press everywhere in its coarseabuse of
- Andrew Johnson no longer ago than
last spring. Yet these Deniocratio or
, gabs and the leaders of the party now
claim to be his especial frienðs'and
porters!
, : A Sw(et Morsel for Soottern Enton
sisis. t:40
The follogini iitrect from a long
communication in the Memphis Ippeal
will show the strunch loyalists of the
F,kontit, who jitled.:with the- novern7
meat th'roughout, in what light they are
,regarded at leaat Aome ot, the rebels:
The Confederacy is gone,. and while
we hold in sacred reverence its glorious
z goemorieo, Anti treapure in Aux heart of
'-- hearts-those "few-in Sarais who did not
defile.their garments," thoee noble.breed
of men sod women who showed most
, true metal; the greater the secrifices
' they were called upon to make, anti who
rj to the last gave an u,nresetved allegiance
to their country, drinking ,
.Lavo la each Illadrop that flowed froze bar
breast." ,
,
we bitter rebeiti as we have been, can
give the charity of silence to
"The slave
, , Wommbouttreo,ersoothooloolkeumooduesd, oftyatviltgrhatv:
, , To bleat the, to their Dottrel thigtt."
";'''' Yee,- we Zan give him or rer the charity
og silence. if he sees fit to live in and
seek a competence in the land he has
betrayed? why let Aim eat the bilk,
bread of remorse ix peace, and be al.
tared that ft a single element of the
:,' swan 'remains within him, that bread
trill indeed b bitter. ' ,v :
So the patriots who refused to join a
, mad rebellion are to hope fornothing in
s
their native S3tith except the charity of
,
sileuce.,..They must expect to be treated
,
who contempt, while the reconstructed
. , ,
convol -the State, determine ter policy
and enjoy a monopoly of respectability
and honor. ,,The Nashville' Times' says
it knows a game worth two oi that,: and
the nation is detern3ined toplay it. !
!
..... A-r - I
Discovery or a New Comet.'
Rear Admiral Davis officially reports
to the Secretaiy of the Navy the discov
ery of a comet at the Cnited States ,Na
vat Obeervatori, on the night of the 6th
instant, by Horace P. Tuttle, Assistant
Paymaister,- 'United Statea Navy.' 'Mr.
Tuttle was formerly cCnnected- with , the
Cambridge Observatory:. 'where ' be
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made important diacoveries in astrono
my: , V. S. Nsvit. OILSNKVATOST AND
HYDROOSAPHICAL Orrica, ,
; WASHINGTON, Jandl, 1866.
Stu: I.have the, honor to report 'the
discovery of a comit last evening, (Ian.
, 5,) at this observatory, bv P. Tuttle,
, Assistant Paymaster, United - States
) r ,
From observations with the equatori
al, the following place was obtained by
Mr. James 'Ferguson, Assistant As.
tronotner. :;1 ? cz.H.
taxman, -
Lb. Um. 331s.2 00.;. iKt. 22m. 5.071,
The edmet is rotind,'of about two min
utes (2) of are in diameter, with a slight
Lcoadensation at the center. -
.1, Lcoanensatton at tne center. , ,.
,,,2 ;:,.., .1 I,:,! yery respectfully, i 1 '
- Your odedient servant, 1
1:1 Davis,
.1":-::" ::" :-; '. It- ;a; Aild?r.
at and Sup's. ,
Hon. Gizmos Watuesi Sec. of the Nevi.
-7-'-'-'----Accul3arrr.A sad accident happened
at Lafayette & few days since, to a dis:
charged soldier named Patrick Kelly.
Tb. Courier says: -
LI I was -waiting for-k the train' ;Ori the
Market Space,-And when the train front
Cincinnati came in behind time, about
toil past four o'clock, he ran out.of one
- of the -Market Space- saloon's and got
board. The supposition, is- that imp.
i :t mediate'', after the train started he dis
covered his mistake, and in attempting
to get off fell upon the track, and -ths
wheels of one or more of the trticks
.passed over his leg. The marks of blood
indicate that be fell at the Main street
sidewalk crossing, just oppositaGnion's
,..1.1e dragged himself to the iron'-grating
' in front of Cumming's drug-store and
lay' there bleeding, helpless, and' par.
tially insensible for nver ea hour, putil
his diecovery.- ' ' ' ,
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The Sullivan , Democrat informs us
that during the present week Capt. Ranh
and .1. E. Hamill will commence sinking
a shaft for coal on the farerof the latter,
formerly owned, by Capt J. R. Fieldts
- jut east of SUINYSII about a mile. It is
confidently anticipated that coal will be
lontid in paying quantities at a depth of
23 foot. . , ' '
,
Communicated.
Chanr,e of Base". rot Mee bus.
es.1 '
The rebel oirjen on ltfai'a street', in its
'endeavors t'citritititself intsriptviets,
osn o neve re able party from
ason
diseolution, by attacking Union office
holders, for lack of ;sore solid party
capital, ,bas arrived .at a point, in its
abuse of me, where it has to change its
base of operations from aa' postal to's
political ground, or abandon ,the siege.
Its accusations that it, hiralded with a
big flourish of top-heavy bead Epee and
angrammaticaL epithets,,now resemble
"the little end of nothing whittled down
to ik point and eut off." Sunday's issue
runs theta into the ground. Its reader'
,
are- told, 'with great seriousness, that
this, that, and -the other riewspaper got
an "exchange" out .of its box that did
not belong: there. Now, in the first I
place, one of my clerks who distribuiei
the !"exchange" papers, and whose word
41 1)06 r than tile oath of the Courier,or
the Demokrat men, states;- positively,
Unit he knows that no wrong rapers were
pat by' him,lert the days 'mentioned by
the Courier, into the drawer of either of
the above papere. Moreover, censidering
that exchange" papers are generally
addressed very illegibly, and that we in
this offics are-ttp and at work, with short
intermissions, from six o'clock ia the
morning till midnight, and frequently
later, the wonder is that so few erroh
are made. The Courier itself comes to
the office most miserably addressed', vtIb
et lead pencil. , 1
The following paragraph contains an
other feeble charge:against me: ; ;
' We hive b-een assured' by a number
of gentlemen that mail mattsr, for hours
at a time, has been seen lying in the
open alley running beside the postoffice.
Titers appears to be no ous to attend to
it, Is this effici,:ncy, or fully up to the
, poetat regulations."' ' , -
" Thereby hangs a tale:"
One day last week a friend called my
attention to a bundle of packages of the
Courier, which had been left at an un
frequented door on the side of the office
opposite ,the proper entrance for such
matter. ' The' bundle was 'found some
time near the middle of the day, and
may have beett there several .hours for
'aught litnow. We are not in the habit
of sending out scouts every few minutes
and searching' all the alleys to Bee'
whether 'some blonheact or knave has
left mail-matter there instead of bringing
it iato the mail-room." The door
where the' bundle' vras left,'Is used but
little, and the person ,who left it theta
must have linowd that: this was not the
proper place for it, as the "litail-Room "
ligm,itt plain andeasilp teed. 4 There
was a design in what was done , is ray
friend remarked when be showei'me the
' bundle. 'This is probably the case men-.
tioned by the Courier, and the para
' grap.hAnoted is part of the plot against
me in which the-volunteer staff of the
ai:trier, through the very " responsible"'
, Editor, ore trying to write me down.
" I have thne met these allegations of
postal mismanagement, one by one, and
shown them to be unfounded in great
part. T In soma cases they are, malicious
4alsehoode; in others, the irregulari
ties have been Lthe reeult of the
fault ' of ''others,'Ior it not, they ' have
arisen from circumstances bbyond thv
control:. in other cases, the charges are
, the 'outcrop of the n spite of unhung
rebtda, or of a certain meddlesome indt
vidual who nurses & grudge agaiest me
because I would not loan ittim money to
help him out of a tight place, and takes
this means of throwing vitriol and asa
foetida at me (figuretively speaking).
Rebel hatred, a desire for notoriety and
for party aggrandizement, and. -personal
spite, also a faint hope of some of our
newly-fledged Andrew Johnson -men-.--
men who heve heretofore opposedaim to
the bitter end---tbat they may get the
Post, Office---" only this and nothing
more," is at the bottom of the plot.
Now for the political part of the con;
spiracy. A large " mare's nesr; has
been discovered in' the Princeton Dens
ocral... A letter,. purporting to have
been sent by mistake to a Democratic
soldier, is publiehed, Here it is:, " "
, " EVItNSVILLE ,
' - , A Oct- 1863: 'j
"Finest) Bonn ---I have been so busy
brioging up my work that got behind
during the cninpatgn, that I have not had
time to draw up that paper before.
now enclose it. ,
.."-Get,all the aignatures you can to it,
-but do it so Canninghant or kis friends
will not know ,Whon you get it ready
send it to me and 1 will mail it, or send
it to Princeton and let Slayback mail it
from there. . - ,
"I think the change can be made, if
you can get it dozen names or so. It
you can't get so many without the risk
of haring it known, get as many as
you can.
"I haw just , written to the P. M.
GeneraW erging- hint tolurn out all the
Butternut Postmasters ha can hear oE
It emit be done if we wish to succeed
ia r- ,
t should not Agri the-petition as
you are recommended for the P. M. -
" Yours truly,
JANIS H. MoNsut.r, P. M.
"You will see .1 disguise my hand.
Yor. need -notification who wrote the rte.
titian. - - " Mc.'
I do not know' whelher- the letter is
genuine or not, as have no copy.. It
may be or may not be. If could see
the pretended -original, could say
whether it was genuine or ,sparions.. If
I wrote such a letteri it may have been
garbled or added to. 1 know that men
who would publish a private letter
without the author's consent, wouM do
anything else necessary to accomplish
their nefarious purposes. '
But suppose it is genuine. Suppose I
did write it pet as printed above4 ,What
isthere Init. to bi ashamed of ?
The circumstances connected with the
Hazleton post-office were these: Marsh.
Cunninghate, a Copperhead of the deep
est dye, was Postmaster, He was active
in opposition to the Government, in dis
couraging enlistmentr in helping to
defeat,Pnictt eandidates; he was sas
pected of being a Kni7ht of the Golden
Orele, and the very office he held under
a Government he was endeavoring to
destroy, gave Mtn influence to prosecute
his- rebellious schemes. What was my
duty? 'What I was the duty of every
Union mau having 'any influence in the
premises?: It was to have him turned
out and a good Union man put in.' Had
not done so, 1 would have been un
worthy of my position. , ,
Hazleton was a hot-bed of secession. ,
Istine-tentbs of ,sts people .were rebel- ,
sympathizers, and a few months later
came near mobbing one a our Union
speakers, ..Hon. Delana E.' Williamson,
(now Attorney General,) a War Demo
crat while respectfully addressing them.
A Union man bad about at; much chance
there for safety (much less for office) as
he would have bad in the heart Of South
Caroline.- - . ,
Cunningham, as Postmaeterf had- all
the opportunity necessary to keep an es
pionage on documents and movements
designed to depose him from his office.
An open effort to get up. a movement
there to have him ousted would have re
tilted in-a counter-movement to hat
him retained, and thus there woull have
beans' needles controversy. His docent
Vibe seated tut a Copperhead Postmaster,'
and no very ostentatious ceremony was
necessary. A little ',pf ,the McClellan ,
tatliee--"atrategy"waa employed, and
he and hie clan were flanked and rout
ed. The movement succeeded, and the
Hazleton Post Office was transferred .to
a loyal man.
It was the old story of "fighting the
devil with fire.",The Copperhead ,De",
moeracy claim a patent right of the
Jesuitic principle--"the end sanctifies
the means,"and oppose all infringe
ment The Courier and its friends are in
formed that 4his is only' 0 ne 'but of many
cases wherein I have borne a part in the
guillotiniog of Copperhead Postmasters.
A, case has occurred within the last
three months wbereallederaholdier of
nine years' experience was put in, in
place ,of -a Butternut, who was'vely
, lucky to have held his office as long as
he did..- The -archives of,- this office
contain a long and handsonit; list of such
cases, running through the last four
years. "Also of tbe establishment of
several new offices,,.with 4goed Union
men to carry them onsome of them in
Copperhead localitieso like roases
desert If there is anything morn, than
another tbak hglory is) that my
voice bas ever been for war on Copper
head office-holders, to the extent of their
removal and the substitution of men wbo
know how to appreciate and love a good
Government- 1 am under obligations to
the Princeton Democrat aud Evansville
Courier for their edvertiseineot of my
efforts in this behalf Few of my pariy
frieuds ever kuewol,what I have been
doing in this way for the benefit of the
great cause that the loyal meri,love been
bghting for during the Piot 'five yeare.., 4
If the- Ceuries- staff have any mart
private letters to publishif they can
get any more, by,fair means or foulor
if they can forge any to suielleir pur
poseI hope they will "trot them out."
I rather enjoy the, publication-of ,these
death-warrants of Copperhead offieials.
I have loug been aware the; my po-'
litical conduct- hati-nbt, pleased rebels
and rebel -sympathizers. I never ex
pected it, to tIesse.,them I -never wanted
it to do so. II espetially anticipated that
rebels who had to swear their votes in
on the ether aidnof the Ohio river, be
fore they immigrated to this side; would
dielike me,- and men.
When such ,people attack me so vire
lentlyohn presumptionjs fair that I
hive 'done the State some service"--7
and the United States too--ia an hum.
ble way.' In addition' to the' conscious
ness of attending faithfully to my postal
duties, I have the additional consciousw
ness that sundry Post-Offices have heed"
"redeemed,:regenerated, and disen
tbralled," and released from -Copperhead
control,:"Ity meabs ' of influences
emanating front, or aided by, Ahe sub
scriber. f-'"' l P.: ,
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A GREAT Tnonottonvatte Tbe con
struction of a railroed from Indianapo
lis tO Vincennes is of vastly more im
portance than at first glance would seem
to be the 'ease, and its great-local ,e4-
vantages shrink into nothingness whee
we contemplate the future through trav
el and traffic destined to pass' over it.
Easterly railroaft .meni who gaze keenly
into the future for resources of wealth
and 'profit, have long looked-witapicu-'
lative eyes let the completion of an ail
rail route from New York, the Metropo
lie of the East,-to St:Louis," tte"'Erepo--
rium of the Great West, by which
passengeraWrid- freight could be: con
veyed through without change of cars:
and still further, to, the, time when this
great route,' running westward from St.
Louis, shall stretch away over the 'met
plains and lofty monatainsto tbe far off ,
waters of the blue Pacificlinkingjoe
gettler with ironbands, the Orient and
the Occident,' and !arming a rapid
tneans of traesportation from ocean to
ocean.
; Stilt farther, far seeing :Europeans,
whe, have Nought for centuries a "short
route to the East Indies,", have discov
ered 'that, by steam from , Liverpool to
New Yorkeand thence by rail loth Pa
cific,. they have attained tbeir.t. Object.
This the secret of the late visit:of
Morton Pao; the "railway king," :and
his English triends to this country.
Vast se -these -objects- are, they are
susceptible of 'accomplishment the
not distant future., And when this great
rot, d is conetructedi-it-is eertaire"to , run
along the valley of White river from In
dianepolis to Vincennes, making ; our
road a connecting link in the .greatest
railroad line in the world. 41-
Mark the prediction When the In-1
dianapolis and ,Vincennes RailrOad is
completed, it wilrat once become one
of the greatest through routee in. the
,Union,---Oteen aunty Journal. : r
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RISID IN ?HZ PRINI OF NEIVSPAPIIRS.--
The Boston Post, Traveler and ,Journal
haire raised the price-of Aheit papers.
The advance in the cost of paper which
hes been from iiixty-to seventy per cenf,
since the reduction last summer, fully
justifies Chem in 'this coarse; in which
the Courier and other...mere are likely
US follow them: '' ;
Paper rosa on &tempt of,thevear-r--,,1
hut there-is- peace new. Then , the
scarcity orcoeton was alleged, but that.:
has ceased. Then the drouth and Abe,'
shallowniss of the 'water in the stream's,
was the Thallow excuse!. This haa,cess,
ed; and paper still rise& The-real se-'1
cret is thatariff gives a- mentspoly to the
manufacturers, and they are making the
most of it Let- Congress reduce the
duty on the imported article,' and the
paper makers will reduce their charges!
The Harpers are importiog paper from'
Belgium for ,their Weekly, Some of our
publishers 6nd it cheaper to make book
abroad than at home, as the list of "hol
idays" showeil. Some of the other New
York papers are also tnying their Paper
in BelgiumAlbany Argus-:4-,
, .1
!, We suggest a bill of 'paint! atid penal.
ties to all who persist in "hand-shaking"
the President- The morning after New
Year's Day we were informed' that' the:
Presideut was very much fatigued. last
night, and hie hand and arm were badly
swollen, from much shaking. at the re
ception, giving him much paid. Now be
is much better,' and although suffering
much inconvenience from his partially
disabled hand, is attending to his dutiee
as usual. --The 'system of hand-shaking,
as practiced on great dap, and, toward
great meu, is nothing less than protract-,
et! murder..N. Y. Tribune.
w
t ,
AS an example of tbe-profitableeem
of tbe New York city street railroads, it
may be stated that the Third Avenue
Railroad Company's' -receipts. for ,1865
were 2.1i per cent, more than Abe pre;
vious yearthen they were $836,514- 15.
The net profit from those receipts can
not be got at by the public; as the. atock
la ,"watered", so that the real profit is
four,er five times greater than appeare
from the published. fieures.-- Bat with
the gross,profits at $1,000,000, mobody
need be at a loss for the reason w by the
stock ot that road xannot be, purchased
, ,
at any, figeres ,
In New Haven , there are thirty-five
carriage factories, employinr(directly
and indirectly ) , twenty-one hundred
hands, and turning out - fifty-one-thou:
sand four bendred and fifteen carriages,
of all lasses, per year, of an aggregate
value of t1,314,769. Average value be
fore the war,-,$153;1 now, $242.' -The
unfilled orders for light wagons for the
South are now vary large.
4-4nnonvorziammt!asr- -
- The 1;aven Creaksio m ,
--TS- not We "1i laii4i-al edit& aware' that
I
the business 'men, the raiSchanice and
laborers of tbe country are in grket dis
11186? LI LI r LI ...L.4. .:ii "4.--,''
Does he not know that in this city, at
this time, there is more distre8s among
our poorer classes , than derhaps ever
existed. since Indianapolis Was a city?
This :result is'.111e legitimate,' cootie
queries of Republican misrule, the bosi
oesxand 41)0g-interests of the eovin
try, are being groitact to pieces to benefit 1
the bond-holdersHeraid. ...- --''''' -,
There is more distress in your diseased
imagination, and your desire to produce,
dieconteut among the people, than there
is anywhere else; and we say ,furtheri
that so far e8 there is any distress ariiiiiig.
frorna -the-Condittoti of monetary antra,'
the people owe it to the revolt of the ,
Southern wing of the Democratic Party,
beCause of their failure to carry an elece.
tion',In 'which;trevolt they were encour
aged by the Northern wing, in the ex',
pectation that a revolution could. set
aside the choice of the people, and rein-,
state that.- corrupt and condemned Party
to power'. ''' -'--
The laboring intereats of thiseitý ire
suffering far less from taxation than.
from the extortion of real estate mOnOpo ;
lists,'Of whoat the croaker of the Herald
is &shirting apecimen. whose rest cbargee
dissipate the earnings of the poor, and
take the lion's share of the profits of the
business man. t'
To the...question of the Heraid, as to
there being --more dietress' among our
poorer classes than perhaps ever etatiOd
since Indianapolis was a city, we say,
and we appeal to the mechanics and.lal
borer's wao"Vere 'litre in the winter fol
lowing the explosion of the Democratic
free svramp,Tree awIndle, free bank sys
Leto," fOr :t he correctness 009 t ssertion;
that.At ate wa,a 'itai fold 'Amore suffering '
then than now. ,
That was withouthother cause than
the 'foolish- Tegiglation 'of Democratic
partisans in a titne of profound peace.
lArhat distress may ,now exist, is the 1
fruit' of,a great civil iwar inaugurated,'
4114 leading aid tontrollings epirits of
the same party,4' who havesaddled the
country with a heavyriebt, the buiden
of which',was.cloubled by the factious
and-diilnyattottrse ief a large portiOi of
the Narthern Democracy while the iwat
was in progress... ..., ,-, ,j, . , I
1, .,Th a tslistress ;.,,;(it ;which, .the 'lima('
speaks exists to a limited extent senioag
stock-jobbers, provision monopolists incl.'
forestallers,Tepetulators on borrowed' i
dapital, and gold gamblers, but the lte,
boring classes, notwithetanding tbe bur:,
dem entailed upon them by the Demo
cratie rebellion, are int more prosper,
,ous condqion than .the: usually were
while the-DemoZratic party were i in
power.Ind JournaL 1 x, .
,---v3,c, ,;. , I 1,,,
We do not believe that the great ote
publican party was ever more numerous,.
mortilinitect, or Wore' hopifal than it is
to-day. "elf ste tire nOt mistaken, seviiral
of the more rampant and insolent rebel
papers in tbia State talk in a tone dee
.
cidedly lesi sanguine than they dil te
fore the holidays. The Union party T.tr
cenaposed of, intellieeut, decided, con
kciéefilitiii 'men', Zebo7a6-th'eir own think
ing. They cannot be deceived nor gulled
so easily as the Tennessee 'secessionists,-
who tirink pine-top whisky and ride burr
tailed ponies throegh the !GOA ie seartb
Oroposstimi.-Naskiale 2'imes. 1 vl,i
I '
-
.1 'A.; kl"Fi ,TI4cg-'7.-. Sereet,i on c:,-of , the.,
many 'scamps that infeet Richmond,'
Indiana, stole the railroad pass from the
hat of one of the editore of the Indianee
pile Rer.Vd,,yhje leolia.al dinner in
that town a few days ago. Ile stied
have known better than to stop in such'
a place for dinner. The wouder is the
hat e was not - taken also,---,Suilittan
Denrocrstityk 4.'.-4 is is it, 40,,,a ...Lv .4. 1 4,
The above is probably the editor'à vet-,
sion as to low he lost his pass. Others,'
. , - , s
neVidatiThe.,.-w.11'itc;c6tiet' Cif the mishap
differently. . ,,
t IL
The committee appointed by the di
rectors of the Chicago Board Of, Trade
to investigate Mr. IL II Day's plan for
the vassage,of Niagara'Falla by at canal
and inclined plane, have reported thatif
is entirely -feasible. Their report was.'
endorsed by the city engineers, and titian.
imously approved by the. Board of
Trade. k r:
.
7
I The Governor,,of Colorado, in his
message to the Legialature of that State,
speaks in favor of a railroad to the City
of Mexico, two-thousand miles away,
tur.,says 'would be easy of con-,
emotion, and through healthy ' aid
mostly tertile country. lie aims to re
gird it aa not at all a formidable under
taking. , SASH, AND DOORS. !
-
STnELE- & MIELE, 1.n.
toofir HT- MVP CHEST!? rtir ANTI Mkt
DOOND tag CliESTN07 AND
NFANA VILLA INDIANA,"
, ASIteDOORS,WINDOW 111.DiDS
(- Dressed liatThber ;
Boats, gabs, to., of every deacription constantly
on band. Packing loam of ail kinds made soot- v
order. Sawing of every kind done og the shortiki
n'k 9-4 et. 4. t
FERE' 11.11 E ,
s 3,
Etv'vEnruran
TOR THE TANDKfKIIIV.
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A Mani frix-attimiti, Delicate' and Fra
grant Perfume trout Lthe
Mare and, Deantital. Flower ,frout
which it take its name.' , hr
"-Itanntactnred onlyby PlIALON Pi;ON.
,
a 3! Lewaretf:Coutiterf,litsa
rtiarts;,,,watake no other. , '
. : Sold bir,druggists geueraill- ;
RE STAIrliA4
CrescOntrrity Saloon.
-TOSIZPII L. KORN has opened to the Creneont
City Buildings, one door shove,Bronghton,
Wood'a Drug tito,re, trat clasikt o t
giL0031 ANi);:AESTIPIANT
r
Ottera Atritteheð: it' all lieasOnaLle tours,
in addition to the anon kinnote, Oysters, Gomel
ond on other Coneeetiblee,the beet that the
Market affords. .
'tit 16'
, ,
.- A liboral thrie et patronage le reepeettallY
'totted. nuttidtt
- t,
- a ,
-
310aatil 10.14811111SOW:...A.:iwtitit Ikr: WALKER,
- ,
Tohuson kk Walker t I 1
',,:7ATTORNETS AT '10 LAW, .
brrzcz ött TIMID
gearly oppoatte lb; -Court House. so tbe but Met
fpcuaed1 of.flapied 14010-late Dr.,Joiku r. WO-kw"
u16Sat
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L. DRUG S CHEMICALS.- , -QUE ENSWARE. .
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DRUG S -,13L CHEMICALS.. 4
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WHOLESALE
prug?-1. Cliemica- 1 I '
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,WAR. EH9USE:---
,
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'rEnnts, SPARKS SI. 'CO .1'
; ,Åt tr. :
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Al,,ó,hts-Nain Street 1-::..4.4.34
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1)16 The only tiguindfic Witottaukto prug
Rouse in the city , ,
AL; We dupiirate qi nein nett i;113
Tine prices '
- A. Orders enUni NJ. I 1 oto;
4
,s, .4,10
t tlt
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SADDLERY. , ; a-et-74
LWROLESALE4 AND LMETAIL:',:'.
SATT:01)141:Zjaryli,,,
STEINBACH tå, WACit
'
No. CI 'Main Street,
, ;
1:;1- i:2-44 111 31-4&:-ISTSVIAIE;1.1,ND.
wx KEEP CONSTANTLY ON ELANZI,:k
V full areortmentof ra la in our line. but
,
full norortment,of gu.et in our Imo, but I
- -
v ,vms'..mr..,4 PP 0.4 09 .a.
call the-apt-0W attatioir of Morobants sod bad-
Mors to our superior ROIISSI-COL &ABS, Boleti,
ed, intead of aith bucitles and strap, wit)" at.;
ed, fipteact of vith bnci lea and "trap intik gs.
Stodubaolea awly Veß Led and pateatd
, EVERLISTIVI ,
.mr41a4Stelaers:.1:';
The sdrautagett of tlits rsiteier ars---10 Dore-
bilitY4 the Fastener wassauted to ontlut the
ler; 2 Easing of time in putting ths Collsr On
arts off the bor4e's neck; ff Neatness of finish.
This Collar is worth a half-dollar more to the
farmer Ilan the old ft Monett ore.
ionamine our stork be ore you buy and art
artitgayermtner;------:77,7---: - --- ''''''''. - - " 7 I -dect4 fi6na
- --,.,
, PORK-PACKING. ,i0 67;,
7
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PORK-PACKING.
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s. , 't i', ' 't ,,.; oti'til 't V..
VOW- BRADT' 1'011'1111i PI:fa HASt'Or
VI
,L 'I HOGS. Nay be found at H. ' . Cload &
t e.'s, et at Samuel Orr's Pork House. -
Nantily Lard, it bs, end Trod.trioin furnished
bast et Or. Orr'', Iron Prom. ' ' '. dect2 dies
' JEIXTELRY., 1 -'
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ft ,,.
1
tlEIN STORE "
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f - AND - . 1 410 t,
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NEWCOODS
110 -1101 IOW SW 0111,
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I 'AM: NOW OPN,t4IN9, Ark - NNW STOEN,
-,4 1.4. itd '
NEXT DOOR TO FIRST
.17.4V0V-Ali-13ANK,-I
TUE LABGEST 8TCK OF : rya
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Clocks; TIVatches;40melry,
41' Slifer 'an' crElla10,.. 'Ware t
?Ater biough to thok city' of Evenmina, whkli
col:L411 ttil(reatirroduced pricom for Cast4
ri
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BUCK.
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JT-Fr
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4.1 vs 44 ..... -- .
'WATCHES of all grades
and makes; prices ranging .
frowr VW 40 $350; all war- ;
ranted pod timsoktepera l
1
,,,,, fLOCKS -7 Titer ðittititNli -1 ;
4 . -Komi Twoust CLOtItS. ''' ;'; ii
: ' ' ,''' r YlICHIEW Et it alllt p
1 i.41, ,i,,A,,,t .0,sti- ittossit--4turh- ,
1 , Vic': Iv t3nty i,T, and Elaborate i
t,' P.
:.. Å DIAMOND. SET3, ' , ,, , 7-
1) fill D4AMOND:TI$S, 'AN,r, t
; FINQER ILI 5108 l".., O4
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, - 'i GOLDi ClIAIKS ,laZlend- -
- Iesa variely.,, ,, (
, -,
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4 GOLD THIMBLES. - , , (
I. 1 ILTICIt rotatutat4,1 t't (
- ;:, GOLD RIllsOELESSI4Illt 74 ;
4 .4 PEARL.,11IDAl2 SETS, c
: , is naurpeadatda la beauty.
l'' 4 'HOLD' SPECTI CI:ES, t
SILVER et. l.
I STEEL "
4 :i ! rSPErTAOLk CASES; I Ii' t
4 ;.t. SILVER.A21Sr PLETEDly F
ro 4441434Venc:. tI'1'4',"t!'"Ta t
1 I 14t,,,VIIR mpoo' is, -,r4:11 t
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1 SILVER KNIVES, and ;
-.- 4 SILVER NATILIT i Ellaii; C
SILVER CI ED CASES, Is
) fprit RI "(MAD CAStr,7. 1"p,
I- 44AtCritgIODS-ör lt &'' 1:
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KINDS è DESCRIPTIONS, 1.
.i.- Z. :PINTre tarr CITTLIER141 ' ri.
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, in a First-C.44e IevilArY AA, b
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a - -reasonable termer is
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gar Thom, wkiliincto3Orcbass goods in my
line will do wo to call and examine ray Large
-stock &irons sambas we elaswiere, toe I am de
tbrniined g,it tellilderd1 oc20-11
ltsirilialso a finii assortmmt of Gold Pena of
differeat brand. All Pets warranted for two
years. is
s,
vv 133,, ;-DIDOL..) A-4 411&,
- FURSTi'l
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A tiOOD ASSORTMENT
1,- 7 AT
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1611 1117.1 , S
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RILCFAIVTD- -
-A I LA; A' ' ' ! :
e '3P1i rtgt - Street
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aud when, they win ha said at .dt, ;
e!r, 4 f !,, 4. :
-11EDIJCED,-PRIC"S'
NOM
COOttEZ co:
,
s
-
' tAIN- CARDS:
t :
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' '1.1 ; '' Wm.' Reavis -
,,,.. , , 4 ,. 7, it: -k4 0 0 , .
. 11007' S. : CLAILII, ACENT.-3
illso;Itent Eitain &Collecting Agent..
' '''t OFFICE ON ZAIN ST.,:.-1 1
. , ,
(Bei, Third tf, 'rolirth,)W6,-954; puep,--
-,., . zettiedt Gun,. $tor4 - - 1 -'7.
1.0,,,, .A fo,, , ,,,,:,,ðo ,
,, , ,4t t .4 J r .t EYANSTILLI Ind
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---plozil,..,:vat 1 14 ,,, ,,. - . -
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Altai A.; t44.," Zot0,-1.1 133$1,1
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COBMINENTAL'BitliK.) :
deo22 dtt , !-. a. -4 t.,1 sl t 1
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tl-':; 13AN KING.--
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Capital Paid In.,. $350,000
Limited 'te';.'13-'-'i $1700,000
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'11)11THE: LIERCHAUTSt'''
11(
ltATIO1TLL'BAllig,
, Evansville, I 1.4,q
,,, 3 ,
,e. -.-o,AmProsidste's,
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Delay g commeittbð braises et its Oltce, SoiOetot
'Main'. and First Etreeti
,
Oilers ifberth:es tò the citizens or Ersusvire end
Atsviolott7,beinc nrepared to terry on a, t,-
,,Ft-y41, rtoi i.3
General Banking Business,'
Jko to Pori:hese and Bupplp
1 ,,,, tle,t 1
740 ' Tiiasuryi u -Note's.
.,
tl -'r
:-Gt,,old an' d Silveri
7!"111
la1,41.) f - -' ""
, '
- ' nic,Notes,---
.73a,
I
Lula,. BOND
- other, Securitiedoand.i
.;1. Discounts iftsitlEIGN and
t- DOKESTIV EtrEit. ',
i .11 i...:;-;,1.14.4-,;Li -
And tor the accommodation fof mechanise and
whets who tato invested their lettings in the
pupal. ,Govatasuent leans, la ottani to receive
Package of Ds th Donde ',oatmeal, Dear.
log Itioteis and other tereurittee,
ttpeelat Deposit k'ree of Crtargeeaffore
ins Sawa holders , the sopottettity to, avoid the
iusecurity ond tisk of retoining iltentila their
VAW possession. , , 4 lein-tt
'11 141 BOOK STORE:' .
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OTOCK;OP ItOrOKS,--ETATION)4441ERY;
teo. tto:;
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ties; A HEALY. lt9
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LEEELE srocg or PitOról
GRAPHIC ALBUMS..
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Al' -)fi 1 illair. 'letiA1141n.is:irol!it:tilleetil-r,Serit& '3
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.11tferf! 1').AilhAt it OWArefors Intr- ,
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cliealog., r v .,,... ,,,Ovilign i
4, ba i.,".ik .Mhto ,ilåt,,,,,
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AllSALIALA at0 t W 4 I 3 I
A ,r ,t el
..n .p narter,C4 Co..
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st,: ,
tDRY GOODS '
,
CHEAP PRICES AND ' - "
- -" - GOOD ASSORTMENT,
2 f I vof AT. ,
r'- ..,,
11:3011E BEYREISS
v4-No. 43 blialt ,Street.-,
' -u
IITAREVILLLIND.
Irte, HAV:d:ST
ii,1"v"aVcielartelltec1;oAntt!;
Dream Goods, Oloalts Shawls, Balmoral Skirts.
H00(111 and Babies, Gloves and Iforrier7, Corsets,
Ciwsimeres. Ladies' Clothe, Gassinets,
deans, blansiels, Tielri ego, Gingbanse,
Colic Aso, ac., Bleached and Unbleached Illusliaa,
and a thousand and one ether articles too tedious,
to, mention., All ,which will be sold "Ur
agar. Go and see at No. 43, Nein Street. es .
BOLLS it BEY11E153,
seittin. - , , No,, 43 Main Street.' '
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1L. ItUSTON.....r. NIC110113011.
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Forwarding & Commission
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NEW(STORE
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' -"' BYCASIOLLEt STREST,': :
4,4 ,,,-, 1.rn t ;,e WITAWBVILLI, NIX .1
, rpm; UNDERSIGNED REEFS bONSTANTLIt
on band all Linde of
Licitors, and Common and Fancy
--LTIonr. ,
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and sal as &salsa Aci isp 4rads;11
sell as cheep as the ebespeeke'Vese, isnot re
with in nalLbstottrachasing.
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-Miutalacturers of
---Idaselacturers of izza
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S ism SOWS' 1110 OP Su bob 11 Ilk WI
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CMCULAII SAW. IlIttS
:;44, I ,0 46,
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Of the Jnoot Approved Paitero,
a ttAl.',E3(), c;;;:, Iil
,
All kinds 'Of Machinery appertains
lug to Rillroads, Steamboats
r tl
' Urns ,
--
SUGA MILLS.
of all shies with tho latest Insproye:
,
went attached- ; - "
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Tobacco Screws,
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t every desdription. Vi
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Repairing'', dole' at sitortasiiiisi
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f-,woirramaible goat Ito &ill Flartill
h.n.rtepair,notters' -
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ovt-4 :- ' " t,,,i11!J:
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mirk!' ordgirt will receive oar individual Oct
tton end' bill be promptly mo the- Amoco
- ressonable tonna. i !,1
,t e -,
Otte and 'Foundrr on the ,,Cantl,
'vs-t tionier of Incl. Street 1
DrOr GOODS: gm .713,;-
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and the nubile generally that we are at wellial
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Brown, and - Bleached Sheeting-A,.
3: Skirtings, Prints and DeLaines.
o.;!.to,o i ;JO; oo o
ort;;:o; ei :-'i
,,, 5,0 ;41 11., 4,1,...;:41 I
and -Fancy Dress Cloods At
-io;'72i1'."7:1 every variety. 674 1 to ,
I , g'.'1.1t got,
11,1c, ;;;i1 1 .:( 4!;;;.O:r
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Clothir lancy Cassimeres
1
Casinetts, Satinetts, Jeans, ,
, , , 1:, ;Tweeds, dte. w I )
8 ;4 ; ,5. fo'4 t7,;o r o
'80. ; k '
Aitirge stock' of ?lain and vrilled
'flannels, ,, Shirting ,Fisuinelsr'
0,.)
Linsey", Bed )31ankets, dux
t,
?;..;4 40
A large and carefully selected st otk
; of Eall and Winter Shawls, Ea l
moral Skirts, Ereakfast Caps, ,:,,,,,
'" Nubia', Women's, Kisses
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and Children's
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, and Scarfs. , 1.1 ,
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7,-; st.3 ! P,.
Cloth-s,'Steques,,Eascinei' and' Cir.!.
Cars in stook or made to e
4 der on short noticG ' ''"'
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JJ44,;,t.,..,..la . ,
larAti stock and' 'great varis ty of
tiosery, Notions, dt"..Li eCe.:
.t L "'-i
.21 4,-,I0L,41411,1 $a Iti
$
All of ithi;c11 lasedi
i prTvi ous to the rttcent ad.
4'441rance in tsirT Good.. ,
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Vire sic tbaSdagoTht Iv a eau
1-40. make It go tlargaterest:-of
all to call omit t examt v
Stock an4 Price.
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r--COLLECTOR'S SALE.
wirr IT 18 Et V B 113T GITIN THAT T: JOHN
IA le, ItUlt Kit Collector of the City of Nome
4 etween the hours of 9 and 12 o'flock k.
4,11440nd 5, o'cition P.-iff., on
WIDNE$DAT, 24T11.18e03f
Will Dell at public, auctioa. at tho door of ths
Courthouss is ths city of Evansville, Indiana.
the following 10116 parte of iota and ttafCeilt of
mai estate and improvements. assieored fee tit
payment of City Tenor for the year 1866,drie-froni
silo owners thereof to tbe city of EvaaveViet said
lazes being now dne and unpei.1 sod tor &bengal
Of Sidi nue; and that the a Ala witt'14 outlined
on tbe tiezt day thereofter, viz: ou Thorsdsy,tho
25th titty-tf January. 1908.1 at ii O'clock P. - at
the door of tho Court bouso in Essessoito. lot 'tisk
purpose of belling aural propefty sat sisy lasso
WNW sold,. on, the t1sy first above suentipekett,A1A,
riot paid for t, I '
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Altis Howes, nw '3014;2160 ft .20... 123 20
Carport tet A B. 110t4z160 28
do -694173 n end 136 94
do ,tee y2 cornee.w....1......ii-73,,111 36
Davis Caroline, 21215 middie part-. it4 lit 04
grast A Conant, 362Az150a 6Q
Greek J 40116 a w 46
Henrich John, 18,1144 ft 00fner prt 113 21 It
do 4., 1834xneft w 10)4,. 113..,.t r 30
Newsom Johar 81x76 a 61 04'
do 91150 w mid 7 15
Jove' M P, heirs of. 21x160 oido.-...41.- 7.21 40
Joaes James 0 3
Meo !Phillip, 61216 middle part......,..23.4-65 12
alctirmot Bev., w -69290 CROW pe.4112-. 68 00
Biggs Airs 111 C, 19, 8t100 ft in middle
part ' , . ' .. 4. , 39 50 88
Ppeck ham 12., 184144 ft 213(taie pert,108,a,68 53
bitneon L 0, 60z75 corner part -....140,-.42 68
Tref a Wm, 341.160 10
Ir(stilleMall Joseph, Dit attbd 1875-44......14 80
t -"DONATION INLABGAMENT.
Allis A Mralkoi, asiignees,,,44,........4.211,.. 80 ,
Amory Fraocia, 40
Carpenter A B ' '
do ) , , -.2." 62
'chandler Geo T. w 41
Henson Jo A 0......20 90
Jones M P, heirs of 4 40,
Jarvis hichard, improvement ot -.4.181,41 22tr
J chneon Morrit 8, a w ..... 80
Ki"D" D
Kahn 8olomoa 16
Smith Olivet If, w 40
Tratton Wm '
Vonnemon Patents, 20x130 w-corner 189......26 84
Weinbeiraer 10, 25a70 ft middle 60
t o ) UPPIR.ZILLABGEMKIi T. I ,
Chubb out tot (0
kegler 1, Lister's subd.. of outlot 11...19,.,4 2 64
do do do 64
do do do 48
r do F' I, , do 110,i 4.--12...... 5 28
Irolger John, heirs of, outlot l'i
, McDonald Jur. 5th ettbd 2.5z9334 of 14 72-,13 20
1 Mudd Lucy J, s w 16
Silati'atter gObellirwt, 24-tt '7-432
litackJ C, 21150 ft ' - 46
,
4 'LOWIIIIINLABGIEMENT.
Swing tether, 3rd sub." of a
rsrrelt 0 ?,. mini eh 4 of 101
Keller DO
da w slier ..... 10
Keller Marcia, V3
tholvart Bou, 20x143
EASTIIBN 0
' Lot. Brit. Ton.
kills Walker, samignoss
t,,3,7 -do (66
do II" r' ' , 4.19.
, ! t r do ,2 : 76
Aiken Danie1 3ii
do ' -2. 28 60
Brocklockcy Menry, a 01
do vt, learcPt N1,,,13-.ii45-,..4-4
Bullet Tbma 1 64
Burbank Joba. 117its of 7
Boras 0 - b -.AP; .. 21 44
hates Eliza 16
noyor tiro. Hits& .63......7 48
Ciemont Ontiveros, Jractional,,A.11......45...-.1 43
Catlett , M ilton
I:person Mintboth
larly Hobert, heiro et, .. . 28
I
gnemi niter 12 81
Hurt 11 8 ....... le
Hubbard Mary Allil - 42
, 417 76
uenrich tienastion,' 1101,6'30. 19.- 88 4 40
.1 , 14 08
Hatobrook G.... 10 56
Min fatale 62
,.; do , 52
"old"-
LatUll Plus 72
JoiDer Donaltraoo .... 26 -.5 28
Jookooto 20
Koller P 2 20
do - ' il 64
', 41'3,3 0,-1 76
Ato 14- 51 6 28
lAtitert 40
1008 '11- 2'2 80
,! do
FAD2481,00k Aston 70
Mohr 64
do t 14,902-.1 92
Mills g COQ,. 96
. - do' - , ' ' .... 10;
mt., ; 96
, do
itonexteNoWe 6.. A 14 98
04boros 18
Paimec 14 ebeco i 4......7 92
Paha. r Mrs A 24
lionsid Hugh heirs of a me 94
Rucker a ki
F, 71 1 0- -1 4 " g 00
1411niton W.- I.4,11 44
0 mit b 74
do- 4440
!)'1"-.410 a ' 04
Seeds J... 84
04
-416, 88
Wlist4er IC IM.30x.88, 14 1.. 21 4
Webb fdri ifLog
White . 6d
" "1"BAKER'S l
Allb; b Wilket4 a.:LA 02
2 do. (Vitomt12.,..4, 3.4
d0
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'40 ' ... . - . ... 6. 1 43
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141 do,1 43
6.7 .'d(P !'"!.!!!'1f!r!!t!,!!17.ril t3
,o 8 . t ... 72
Dripiy Mnib 4...;..11 441
; ; do , 4--1
Farror 'Fancy .... 76
Gleason litizabeth. ; 16, 40
Kinsey Mookis L ' 3 itti
pahn Joh 64
rtio 31, 4 19
:2,41 ptiltObl. FLA.C1C. I 8,
Waver -416 40
u-,4o .1
ASILL11.21D FLACK,.
Li
Fairbanks Zrastos. sod, 52
- All;LESTON't ZNLARGEMENT'
Lowerlohn , .... ........ 2'0 24
Schmitt N to, 23 14,72
,
LILLISTOS LAND .1,001C0431"11 IFKLAIR011,-,
..; 1, I
Boyia Fatrickl..L....1,.L.,1,....2ki.;;11----2 84
,8 441 ,,trr-arr-fel-r--,7,1-2741,-..-9 68
do ..... "28 '
- do :44
L do a . 32, 15 18
do 214,.1
Zmery Wm - t.2.... 3 06
Violists'swoo Chao, srl.,fi oi.'01, 24 it WS'
Fitzsimmons lisrp,,, niii a '23,24 a 25,2.401'11
Harrison Itoilislits.....;- 11,...1, '11
Matz '
, - do 72,.....4, 00 04t,.
arra heirs of,,,,,,,.., 1,;,1 86
Lander Susan . .. 2,11
Ryan
do
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D.i.,:11,41.11,17;3,-..oxi:a..t.i;NI,...i.41170.2.1 211t..x.i...x2.:24,811
,
.flenrich Sohn, tract 2i.- 33
L.., 41 ,,, do 2,- 14
()Liver Ndward....-,,,,,,,9.1,422 72
pat &ridge Mary beim 07...,1 27 94
do w 7 -1-11
tt--"----HAltsfillth ZNLAZOKMENT. t 8a(2,
yefil tf ss
-491 ..".;41.454
,Grr,AtBlctri' .2t121,411,GMMIENT,: ,
Auld6rha 6 22
tneatrillOiLa00Z ZN LAB, GIZIK,II142:7..t.7, 3 14
:4013TRZAN EZTAARCIF ! .1.
.... , 3 30
Bodsard Was 3-i..23 76
40 :1 kr ,..Peto Ammo 84 t 14
do , 17-, 9-, 3'2
10"1 .6-,- li
Dasidsoni 2.2t-210-t--
14c) Ala, .,,,,,toolvw.t.t I"Pe4,.
, do ' 1 28
s'r 1'1' do' 1 '.."'",;;is 111".''' 77
oast; J. 0 it
&hooter 82
do 88
Schooter 8
--DRA.1114 INLARGIBIZZT., ,
HenHcb.JA 8 4.1 I 10
knobs T la
L i sioot, j0
do 8,, 1 10
Noll 8 IL, 2 24
Fittma 4 14,1.'110
ittUato3lEMENT. ! 610,
,
Unknowns Mosert,.....6...4.,,e 1,..a 24
oo-i, do ,:.,rr or, V 7 76
do ,,, 4,1 6.4.4 A
: do; 1 71 2-.4. 32
14i a - tf4 ..6.:40610.914Al4 I 34
,1 1. 76
Molaognoy Krt. 4...4. 3 99
IILLIOTT'S ZZLAILZMICNT."
Brady Mrs 1'84
Bishop 8.-- 4.4.4. 2 84
do 640 it atii. --
Carchaa Mrs ; 62 ,
Motctinson Mrs Itary.-.., 1.6 3 96
Kirkpatrick Alot............19 '
t do .1,10Awmapeoeimar......10. 3 74
;,..........-..60.....,17..1 1110
Odloorma. Chitit,,,,,,,t,z,,eLo 7 2- t
sloi. 8 s
17, '7; 1, LE &BEE'S, rtittlIGN
'L ." ISIBILLÄ PL ACE. I !
Italuneel 2t
Monter Itobort.i...,,....w.,,,,., 4 24
do , 1 21,
r ;44,8.:...1 .62.pagg go 7 21
....loaleov.,0491,0".":8"4-- 1
VIPOIgOod4,.KT.0
sts e,, dohp 1ms
7-," ym 0.1-d 32
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tra,t 4ACASp,stixitirs I
Illoolor Mrs Margarst.251.100tt. 41 a- 4 14
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Briokmoles H !wire of 2 ..... 110
- do t ....booco 8 80
do do 110
do. do ,....k.,11 110
do. do 110
1o 11 ;, ti; , r
; a zrz
Allis 14 Howse
32 44
dth; ;111:860048:
411G0 à I 74.... 2 38
do - 4 '100.... 10
3 80
do - 4 08
do I 38
t", do, 61
do, P't
do ...... 61
y do!. ;4 11)
do
do Al016 4sor 1. NIL.... 119
do, T " ... 30.... I 63
Allis 't2
B rimer Jobu 30...... 9 T2 ,
Benoit Aston . 9.... 47...... 4 93
Douor &C...." ,.713
. , 114 38.4 64... "'"
79-4.. 6 99
Bicktog , 6 96
Bruno Thomas 15.7.301...... 1 36
Itoth .... . I ei
Sortie Ldward 6"
Damao George L. .... .... ... 6-4.165...... 411
6 166...... I 38
41.1....".71363565.........7 1 384643
.44 61
Dotidoon Goo., Y97 204
rgan à; - 1,...81.. I 90
6.1.?'181.1"..P1 IkAleV6-14-44.4.-.40,4 86
- do 8 34
do' - - ., 85
doi i Bel
d. 85
?maw. . A.... 6 10
Garvin Thomas 1.-.......y2adj 8 108
8 -- 4 76
gAnton.. .... Cr...-. 64
do 2.-- 47. 66
Hartman 48---- 170
4 4 48 1 To
fir 611 lig Job 4 25
Hurter-John bbiro of.- - 7.-, 86..4. 2t
Howson S 61
do --160.--19 04
Hornbrook Robert - - 134.... 04
ion zler Thomas 5 44
JOUPI Cath. wiAtih 1 88
Kitehei. Fred, tolworor, .... 11.,4 Coro 28 88
. .. . . ' 029.... 1 68
Huhn htictiaol..,, . ... Atud 3e,. 2-i,- 86...4 119
Keilmon . . .... . 4---105.- 5 26
Eollor D 74.: I 04
- do' C-- 74- 04
dO ,s 28
'do -- ;Afoot 1,14. ,6 74-..4 40
Minor ebriot M
Metzner so-- 5411
,do-! 74
Toren Jornepti 2'8 , 170
.; .;ii . . ' . ' 8 10
Praaerell Mrs. Mary.- .... . 4 42
, 4 do .1.. o '1 19...1.336...,,. 170
Perry John..-,--,4...t,,...".4.., 48.,.. 2 21
- 44.,-, 1 70
Pei ilkaita(li 170
Beictei Detrich...-- ' 4 7 81
Ramat Ph-1111'1,900! 81.....,10 64
Sattoot J. - 3 23
MeMeMrit M Dow101.44,.-. 24.... 26
Schantil.q Choa,,..,----Z-box65. 77. 61
8ingor 83-,-11 66
do 8- 4 76
do W.-4.. 4 78
Smith Roboll boiTot go of 610
4' do "" 36
fog dritbs,;.9:11ratdynt..stoow,6-1(Lt4n103-n 4 99
do ,,11 14)3m 4 69
Refloat 182
T, was Adrian , 31 85
do 4 93
Tel poi Fred. ......... E ....I 64.-.4 4 08
Woiderloglihro441;boo11; 81- 91.
Wat1tou Thom94.---...,,417,-..136 7 46
--rorwra tNLABGEHINT
44 Tax.
Allis & 13 .,11- 2 3'1
do ....- 1 34
1 97
' do , 3 23
Birrbank 11.4.18..... 2 14
Corponter A .....11....17..... 6 12
-Damao Gee 18 1 02
.d o 6 18 1 04 ,
,
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Dorre 4 hark& 2 E.S
do ...... I 87
Titzwilliama 230..,43 6 61
GrestWilliam... 9 8 88
- f dd o,i T 14
Harris 6,-20.... 2 04
; de' 41-.40,, 4 76
Jamison John J... ,,,,,,, b 8 86
- 4 - - 9 3 06
do 10 ft 8... 113
Ieller D 0 ..... ........ ...... 11 6 44 -
, t . 110 rik...410;,A;44.;04141104411Aa:04.igi18,...... 4 41
ftrelphe Henry , 6 (L.... 4 41
, -4 do (1.., . 0-01' 4-.4 2 29
Kolopherg Adrift 6 44
' do - 6 '7...-.14 61
McCarty James, heir 3 SI
'O'Neil Dav.d,' heir of 6 63
do 69
Brats Jacey...... ..... 7 48
64; t 18 71
Smith 4 49
, , do , 80
r1011111111 2:46.110LMET
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Iviumon 16 ........17 00
. - . 88
do ...... 7 84
, Caltd0ENT INLARGXMIENT.
- - A
Barom Hobert,' balance::: ... ..:-1 1 16
, , -410 , . , 1 19
Ileben1Pub Merliti -heir of 1 2 56
Sob two e Wildasip e 25 2 89
Ppins oar. 6 n
'Ryan: Plophed ' - -' 6 ' ' 6 6 44
Stems 86
Tobin Martin 4 40
701tin Michael 6.... I 8
do - - ' I 47
W0041011 gðois-40.0-.4o msat14.04- 1 164
f;fTg.cclivieLL's 14SLAI.LGEMEVT.
Allis & Walker, e e ,14 .. .
do - 4 '10...,2 04
417 '4 611
....... ....
do
89. do 7 I .0..ii.01164oeompioaiio.i.uos,o1.6691 TO
do 9...1 70
, 26
do 36
do ea o-im ...... 36 fl
1-,1 (1:4.rirefrrtreeri-.erreeeter.i..eAli;...6.1
do ........ 70
' t dol I :Lk LtiAlati6.416-4104,44;.A 44.9 1 700
do . .25. ,
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do 70
do - ' - 70
'do 70
d , 70
,, 'AO. 116
"'do- ... ... .... . .... 17...3 04 1
';ti do,J IT......2 04
- do a w ..... 18 1 02
Backer Charles i Oa .0.... OIL : 16 2 58
do w 53.. .151 1
tilde Job 78
Carpeuter å 70
Campbell Jame .634 8 .2 3S
DeBruier vaprprement pp 11,,, 6-...,A1 71
Duncad ....... - ' 11 14.....8 21 ,
I do ,; ,..,.i.:4,;,41,94,,b19;v4,182
CI:oenainger Adam 3
do '1
Mammer fleorY d 11 11'
, : 1 80
Keller D ... . 8....3 74
, , A : 04
do- '' ' - ... ...... .1 18...3 23
do tractional .21......4 76
Melanaludt.Jaa. X- hairs of, air h 60
do n I 6......1 01
do
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McKeever James a w 93
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- do' 9 17'. ," 114
mirk Peter eira 411
Road
;do. ,.. 12 74
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Solobel it 'Bowles .. t . . 21
do"-- p
Smith Oliver 15'. -.3 br
- ; do 1, ; 15-.1 TA
Schmitt Chart, a, S adj 66
' do ; ;; a TO
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do , 01,4
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do ............ bs
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do A 1 ...1 831
7 de 63
do ..... 83
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do 't,-; ...."4.4;..",16...4..."1
do 66
d p 743
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filiation Louis 7!
Werren Geo oo
160E Julis.,....,, 14 OA
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