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VII A NK M. THAIKB,
John h. mcjikklv,
pcBi.i8t3gga Aaq PBojy reojM.r j-
Journal X3u.il dingus,
Letten on Baaioesi will ba directed:
Coma anicatiort s -wilf "be ' addressed :
EDITpjR Eraoiville, ;Id.
'The Courier 'of late has bad
much lay about a City Ticket nomi
nated Jbj; tt Unled Lea,gue,wb, it aaysj
"meet in tie dark, and nominate can?,
didatea in the dark." ' All the while it
talki flj,.th4p Courier iSBxpeciingJq
aapport a City Ticket nominated by a
little csnjeuioIGSpperhaftdj, who? met
in the dark; and pominated in the dark."
The Workiegbeay dodge yilj deceits
nobody. 4 Union' mechanics are too in
telligeAfte be; so easily hnmbtig'fcei.''
SrTbs tall young substitute editor
oi tba Contieg wuld Ibe tefjufaetiona,
batj succeeds only in. appeapog fooliab.
He attempts, also, to be very sarcastic,
bat hiy tafot !pkra&lrfclBdi complain
that'be ia only extremely (Ul No one,
however, blamfs hioior these failures;
tbey are bii misonnne, a misfortone or
which nature is at fanlr, and upou nature
alone most feat tbs blame., ','
The Issue an d the Solatlon;;
' ' HO lit " ..'-."
In 'tbe .'arraugeicecta "id b entered
Into, a shall tfeprecate '$rjjfi forn.,'()f
compromise. No principle eballbs'
abandoned for any length of time be-
cause others may choose to abandon
t theirs. None have ever endured in the
world's history fof Wen a generation.
'. Posterttyf netef feels warranted la sd
ibering to the miatakas of. Ibair ances
t tors. Succeeding generations fa never
i be calculated on' being" bound by their
predecessors sacrifices. J We shall con
'tend kt the greatest poisibte pruniotioo
tot our opinions eonBlstent with the c1r
icncnstances of tne times, the condition
of the people, and the limits of the
Constitution. We wish, not again to ac
cept any sacrifice of any portion of the
Constitution, to be paid for by a similar
prMeur9 on"ouVrpart,rofror Ibe attain
HAt kt any Seeming at delusiTa adraa
tge. Hold to the Consti. ution as long
aa W Rrnder it; -no-more slurring
.oyer ita tiirem6ntB; no morercompro-
Wa t9 witnessed the resuHa of
that n6licl ii'u1 ' 1r frn
them, or the fuleff tPl"
There are nTcomprom w tB Batnre
It is alw'aya direct, ''oaraiUng','', ln'
riable,' though diversified fn its tetnoda
What it does onee it does forever .tndetf
aimilar. Sircumstaocis: "what nature
takes no 5abi inlands ever wba frie
givss once she will never retain under
like conditions on any terms yon
can oflW r"Sle'Vbaa Bowevet .compen
sations.' What ate can nOtv accomplish
tinder the existing coh'ditions ia done by
tbe introduction of other elemeotiaod
other lawa auitable thereto. ." She bides
her time, and thus never faifsyThougb
tbe mills of the gods grind s!awly7'iliaj
grind purely, anu these are the methods
we follow and purpose to parneia poU-
Ucs. ' . ' ' l ?)" f g
There is no compromise inr the Con
stitution. A certain usage which ibe
majority of the revolutionary fathers die-
approved 6f " existed ; U . was allow-
ea vj coniinuo iui m "ui ?v
riod,- .nd.(r-i.certin, Jocal limited
institutfon was silently and unmention-
ably allowed to remain, because tbey
could not avoid, and feared to extinguish
it, on account of encountering what tbey
conceived might, at that time, be greater
and fnbre enduring evils.--. Tbey did not
. cnmnroDulsethev "were not benefitted:'
- they would not give and take. .They
t hoped .tie institution might die as they
. treatei if unmentioned. a well as no-
i honored and unhuue. When, indeed,
r where, has irenias sounded the praises
infill an": iralifTnitv n frtktllfil. Of'
wm-" ; '"-i" i.'
. -named it. except iu terms of detestation?
rrkV Raleigh Standard, of whiob Gov
-rn0 iWlderf cis i tha editor, tbna, de-
oriha ibe coad'uioa of. affairs in North
Carolina: . - , -m .-
u tt; flmf.'iea aro leaving' for In
diana and Illinois, where.thev can batter
theif condition; andT where they HI not
,-Klil to incur odium because they
ware tuit troe lo th4iifederacy. The
Secessionists and latter-day war men
havt been treated witlt, extraordinary le
niency and kindness. But this treat
nt hiAujuiiha iatAftened their hearts
toward tbe Union men nor improved
their poHVica. '.They -do not want the
Union eetoredrnnles,Jt is to be done
by and through them; and if they had
thA nower thsfi would banish the
traiihtest sect' Union men from tb
R.at For one. oar micd is made Tip.
We claim tbe ridhtfor loyal -Onioo-men
to take the lead in restoring the. State to
ii. Union. We bold that in this work
tha Beces&Lonista and latter-day war men
abould occupy back Beats.' This nas
been loot view from the first. : Ja no
..other way ean t1u Pnion e tutored."
Gas( ExptbsioK.-A serious accident
occurred in Cincinnati, on Tuesday, by
the' explosion of gas. -The Commercial
A gks fitter named Christian Borger
-was" eneaeed"-la" T-fitting-ome ga.
. sA .mall room of the San Fran.
- -iin Convent of Sisters of Mercy, on
the corner of Lytle J and Third streets.
" "While thus engaged he bad oceaaionno
leave tb room for a lew m.noiea, taking
- i," iTl. Kim. and failing, Unfortu-
. i.ately, 0 w that? tbo. gaa- bad just
.- cSnced to eseape in qa.te a volume
Betnrning in a few nwnuteSr bepened
i.- j r thm mnm. when the gas, im-
1IIH UUVI -va www w i . ,
mediately ignited by the light, exploded
- 1th Sr force, knoc .ng b .. 1"
t - to the Eoor, ana ouruiug
Indiana Democratic State
i ji M
A? ffitlo of iriQr, Ancient
Party TIoi80 and
. $ i
Platform and Nominations
BDteiai to umcinnati vomatrciu.i - -. . . ,
i k Isdiabapolis. March 15.'
The State ' Convention me at ten
o'clock this morning, in the Metropoli
tan Theatre, and proceeded with busi
ness, br the election of Cyrai L. Dun
ham as Chairman, aod tha' appointment
1 ot J. J. Umgham as secretary, and every
Democratic editor in the state as Assist
ant Secretaries. " t . J "
Mr. Dunham expressed his thanks for
the honor conferred, and congratulated
the Convention upon the dawn of liberty
for the whole people.- He said that he
saw iu tbe faces before bim the earnest
faess which gave assurance of tbe suc
cess of ,the; Pemocratio pr'pdpes; The
call for counties was fully responded to,
lilacktord and Newton-only remaimns;
Unheard fromX iU-i x
. i A Committee of one from each Dis
trict was appointed "6d regolufiolis', afidr
which Daniel W. Voorhees .entjrtained
the onterrified with a r fusing speech.
Tbe theater was filledmerely. pone
late Democrats taking tnech'intereafcia
the Convention. T f
tf The Convention met prfim'ptly in the
afternoon, 'wnSn the following- Centraf
Committee was appointed:
Oeorcre E Greene. Levi Snarksr B. F.
Jones, W. S. Hall, WP Applegate, W.
H. Talbott, Aquilla' Jones,' &. H. Hall,
V. Butsch, W. S. Jennines, Thomas
Dowling, 6. B. Stockton, Thomas D.
Lemmon, Thomas Daveenort amUamea
Switzer. " :' V "d " i-L '
f-The Committee on 'Besolutions re
ported. ,.l s .; .si'-l ,1'f. f i.U ii HI
Archibald Johnson, of Montgomery,
objected . to the resolution indorsing the
eight-hour, movement, ' on the ground
that labor could not be regnlated by Jeg
islative enactment, tbnthie motion to
strike out was voted down,.' and the ye- .
port and resolutions adopted unani
mously. .:: "j t i -. . p. :k tfj- y'i
" Ruohxt, That among the "powers
reserved to the States, that fff withdrawal
at williroa tbe Union canno; be found,.
and consequently sncb doctrine can be
aaseriea onij as a reroiuuouary meas
ure, and not peaceably as a right ' The
late f action of the Southern people in
resorting to sacb means as a mode of
redress of grievances, was illegal, and
had no sustaining principle but that of
physical force, and that bavin? proved
iusuffioient, those -people became remit
ted to their conatitutional obligationa
and rights, of which obedience and pro
tection are chief. ; - jjf r
u Resohed That tha principles' avow
ed by President Johnson in his annnal
message, looking to the early practical
restoration of alL tha Statee-to their
rights in the Union, meete with our
hearty approval; and the action of the
majority in Congress, dictated as it may
be by raviving fanaticism, -or 'fast for
political, power, and, being erertad. , to
thrust such (States out of thVUnioni we
solemnly condemq.1 Therefor wa cor
dially indorse tbe veto of the Freed men's
Bureau Bill, 'and dsclare that la -our
judgment the courage displayed, tbe
rieht manifested in. that message and
subsequent speeones, promise wen lor
the uture administration oC.tbe rresi;
dent, and - w .aerepy pledge, nun. the
' ... . a . . l
earnest ana aistnieresiea support 01 iqb
Indiana Democracy in all his conflicts
with that fanatical Congressional ma
jority; in bis lauaaoie enorta io prevent
them irom CuBaging ur ucmrujuu uur
cherished form of Government. ' '
u Eetoiced.t.lh&lw our , opinion tbe
nla nower of the Senate and House of
r . .. .. - -j -r
Rmrentatives over, ins aomissioo oi
members to their respective chambers, is
confined to the ejection . return and
qualifications of its members respective
1y. That this Convention lurttr, de
clares iiet conviction that, in rtjeeting
the repreeentation of eleven states ac
knowledged to be in the Union: by hav
ing their votes counted in favor of tbe
Constitutional, .amendment , aeoushing
alaverv. lbe Senate and House have us
urped powers not delegated to tbem by
the Constitution, and artf acting in vio
lation thereof, we tortner neneve inav
all members from tbe Southern States,
who have been lately elected and pos
sess tha. constitutional .ouaubcatioas,
should be - immediately admitted, and
upon the refasal of Congress to admit
tbe members of such States -; to their
seats, it is ther prerogative and duty of
the President of the -United States to
defend andopbold the integrity of every 1
S ate now m tbe Union, and to take
oare that the laws be faithfully executed.
f Besoloed. That we re inflexibly op
posed to a prohibitory or protective tariff,
for the reason that it largely increases
the price of all articles of consumption.
and decreases tne revenues oi w uov
eminent That.it operates greatly to
add to tbe onerous burdens of industry,
while it yearly adds fabulous wealth to
the manufaoioring , intereata of New
England; and that it is oppressive 10
the great agricultural, interests of the
North-west, i making- sneb Interests
subservient to that of ibe manufacturing,
by greatly decreasing theprofita of the
former, and largely increasing those of
the latter. -' ' ' ' i -U-z !
. Resolved, .That we declare it to be a
just principle that' taxation and "repre
sentation should eo together; that proper
v i.f every description, whether houses.
ionla! mernhandise,f or Government
bonds; should bear its' fair share of tax,
tion, and that there should be no favored
.i..aa!L . On the duplicate the man who
has money to buy Donas ana iiv uo
tntt (a exempt, and contributes not a
dollar to support the state, vounty or
City. , As Democrats we are compeueij
tn , tkftttSaM laws are unjust, oppress-
: J - . ... i , ti7 - i. l :
in .nrt ahonld be cnaneea. nwui
that the men who voted for them should
not ha trmtari. and that the party WOICQ
sustains them ahoald not have charge of
this Government."" Wa ask that all men
pay in proportion to tbeir j wealthy to
.their means and ahilitv.
:. r. -----t-
" nuoiven. Tbat tbe. reDBfliaiion oi
ibe rebel debt by the Southern States
themselves, by. solemn - enactment, has
relieved the people of the nation from all
mnnrehension.- and thf v will naver be
called on to pay any portion of it; but il
this is not deemed sufficient, the Demo
cracy hereby declare that no portion of
that unjust debt shall be paid with our
" Resolved, That the soldiers who left
the comforts of a home, to sustain -tbe
fla? of onr country are' entitled to. ' and
t should receive the heartfelt thanks of a
grateful people, and those who early
rushed to the standard shonld, by action
of Congress, be equally remunerated by
an equalization ox con a lies or oiuerwise,
wilb their brethren who. at a !ater' dai
were called upon to fulfill that highest
duty of a citisen.
. "Buolved, That we will cleerfnlly
and heartily sastafn- tbe-maa who, in an
official capacity, either sute or nation
al, shall be guided by the principles we
this day avow, and in so doing,, will not
let cartr affiliations IpireiacRoe our ac
44 Betolved. That the vote of tbe
House ojf Representatives, conferring
the right of suffrage on, negroes, against
the almost nnanimoas vote of ine peo
Die of the District of Columbia, shows a
recklessness which none but fanatics
would defend and none but tyrants
practice, and we hereby denounce that
vote as a precursor. oCuniverial negro
suffrage and to other outrages upon tbe
rights and liberties of the people of the
,' Jtuohed, That we are opposed to
the repeal of the 13th Article of tbe
Constitution of Indiana, prohibiting ne
groes and soalattoes frona settling in this
btate, ana now, more than ever, depre
cate the entrance of that class cf per
son within its border, and we do most
1 emphatically Condemn and 'disapprove
tha action of the liennblican maiontv in
the late General. Assembly of Indiana,
iri basfliniri tbroa?r the Jloasew a ioint
resolatiOivpTOKiiupf fo 4he abrogatioB'J
of that Article of the Constitution.
y Kuolted, That we are in favor of
" ftesolved. That eightjiours in twen
ty four is as long aa a laboring man can
work, and, hare, left to, .him. sufficient
tima for real and" improvement,1 and Ve
therefore insist , that jt .b? declared by
statute that eight hours shall constitute
a legal day's work.
" ilteiioltcdr.Tb&t ,-we are in fQr ot
religious .toleration, as the founders 'jjt
our democratic institutions achieved and
understood it," and which they secured id
all our people. by constitutional guaran
tees' and we .declare that this great
principle and :tbe -"personal righta'of
every citizen ought to be maintained
free from -..invasion, either by: sneass of
legislative iniOTferenee. "or tbe eauallv
tyrannical proscription of political par
ties founded on bigotry and intolerance.
. " iiesoued. hatutae lmuieaae Iraids L
In financial, cotton and other matters,
practiced by the State, and t ederal Gov-'
ernments, under "Abolition rule, is de-aerving-theBterT
etmdemnatianj of thie
ConventioBx'" 9mi k V ' i -ti
" Resolved, Thai all prohibitory liquor
Jaws, or laws affecting the priyate rights
of citizens ta use their own time, ia -in-,
nocent pursuits, or to force men lo ab
stain by law, utjrfern'ta. nd penalties,
are injurious to the cause of personal
temperance and morality, and should be
discountenanced-. The agencies oftnor;
al suasion-6re more In consonance with 1
the Character of our people and tbeir in
stitutions;, the, luxury of doing, right
without constraint is, to all tnen, an en
nobling senti ment. We , further believe
that the people of Indiana have had
quite enough of Main-law-ism, nnder
the fanatical rale of mei:opposd.tjc )he
Democratic party in days gone by, and,
with our consent, that kind of legislation
shall never be re-t&ac.'ted "In this State.'
We are equally hustile to tha pet, law of
the I Kepuqlican fanatics ; defeated by .
Democratic votes at the late extra ses
sion of tbe General AMem My, and.1 all
kindred legislation, We:, shall Tpppose
all i radical temperance and other
schemes fi&vieg foe their jebjeet'the aai
noyance of any class of our people.
"Jiesolveas ;;i hat Beijator ttendficrs
and Bepresentatives Niblack, Kerr, and
VsorbeeS, by (heir Untiring dsvotioo to
Constitutional liberty, have shown tiem
selvea true. patriots and. the expulsion ,
of Mr. Voorbess from the House we de
nounce a.s a high-handed outrage pf a
pronigaiu, pnsorupaipqa pariy. ,-. , y,
Air. tiarricgion, or Jefferson, ottered
the following: " " ; : t, V V ' "
' "Besofoed, That the money expended
tn support orftbo.-rfeeomeo s.'Buraatt
ught of Hgtt aodtjeticeto1h4ve bfeeif
applied to , tbe reliet,,9f ibe widows and,
orphans o'f white soldiers who have fallen
in battle. , f a mi i A
Balloiin? was then made for the State
ticket, taod Ihu following gealleaien vre
nominated, unanimously, after tbe Bee-
ondballotsylnJa. hr?co3 O .oil
For Secretary of state, lien. Uablon
D. Manson; Auditor, Cbristiao G. Badg
er, of Clark; Treasurer, James Bryan,
of Marions-Attorney aSsneraVJobn.Ii.
Coffratb, of Huntington; Superintend
ent of Public Instruction', ; B, M. Chap-
man. oi v.nox ,,: -a 8,
A resolution was aaopom inai me dos
ey appended for the Frei dmea's Bureau
oueht to be ap plied to tlkiiSupport o the
widows and orphans of white soldiers who
fell fighting Joe: tbeir coaolr. lihis is a
tub to catch the whale of tbe soldiers'
VOte !-"- till --I -r
A motion aaurn"wasnrejecTeo;
when the CbairBiaa-tnade a rousinjr
speech, pf the' yqterriGed qjfdej,-ybicb
The Convention was quit nolsf, aad,
like most Democrath gatherings, iaor
derlv and redolent with whisk v and to-
jr.. , r . - - -i
bacca ; Ji Be- occaaJ0Bjma ( rgfrgei
as' tha 'uncorking' oi the "D'amocratici
bottle, which pone will drjnkf bujthpse
wnose- stomacbs are accustomed to
strong doses of queer mjxtares-
Andy Johnson was fearfuHy indorsed
and wonderfully -extolled, even rta- bia
social babit, so conspicuous on tbe d
off bis . inauguration. . fjongressTwas
soundly belabored for Us course wi&e-
gard to the ,, Southern ' candidates "for
aomiwiwa, y , i c.to muT a f 4 .. r t
RELIGIOUS NOTICE. js
: l x,nral Chrlstlaa 'Weraa.ljp.OIO
Ber. J. & JfoaajiK, 'OBltartaa."',wiH atotara
la IfHonio Ball.eorywof Mala sad f int atmls.
oa nBar aoxt, Marcfi iS(B. Safejaot of asoro.
Ing lectiA.V IntJumm tho Ltbr.'. Mai Orthor
dot Fallh Conttautad ". .. KTenlng iKtvra : . -ioD-
ral chiiiiianllr Moral Sytem." -Serttcaa at
(tit situ.1 bows.,, end tree. Zbe puplic wncor
BLOOIl OF YOUTHS v
IhU 4llghtfnl Toilet artlel baaao equal for
JreeerVing aad bntlrylng tne-uonspieo iu aaa
Skin. -, i ? ,-i 1' ! ii ii. iv'iiii,
; Bold by Progri'iti Tf TWbere.
, DBFOt, 74 FOLTON BTflBBTftC t.
, VANSVILLE,i 1NDM SATURDAY, MARCHr 171869,
Cifw li,-aisreir iw iur nurw i
special from Montreal says there is less
excitement, though preparations to re
sist an attack are actively proceeding,
A Cabinet council jras held, presided
over by the Governor General, during
which telegrams were received from the
Governors of .New tirunswick and ova
Scotia They announced tbata resolu
tion advisinr canteaeratioo naa pasted
tha npper House of the Legislature
unanimously, and .a-eim lar result is
exoected 4b s the lower-House. Other
dispatches expressed tbe belief that the
measure' was sure of success in aova
ScoUa.1-1 w "'""' -
Tbe powder io privata magaeinea bad
been ordered removed.
8t Helen Island ia8rcnj?ljortied
and commanding tbe city.
Citiiens ara apidly enj-oiling ibem
selves here, and in other orincipal cities.
for keoerai'dutyV in' 'tne event of the
troops oeing neeaea At tua iiuiiiier. .o
Yesterday- 25,000 Enfield rifles were
sent tft. Upper Canada-: X.Ci
- The Heralds Havana letter reports a
evolfittnnar outbreak of 23 trinn!? men
at Vila Clara, neat Sa'gua; .12 of them
were captured" oy Uoverament1 troops -11
are still at large, and it is expected
they would attempt to-ece thei com
panions in larger torce.r lyrfTf)
WasHiiroToir,- March 16. The United
States Supreme Court now has before it
for krgoment the cases of Dr. Cum
minis, Roman Catholic priest,Pwho was
indicted and convicted in the Circuit
Court of Pike county, Missouri, for per
forming tbe duties of bis calling without
taking the oatk prescribed by the second
Srjide of tboae Cons tua Hon t the
the. State, and fined $500, with imprison
ment until paid; end t uaracne, a law
yer, whe, aeicluded; from the practice
if ibi profession by tbe Supreme Court
of that State, because be would not take
tbe oatb: lIEheiiudgment MLXhmy
mines Case having been continued by
the Supreme. v Court sof Missouri, .both
cases were brought up on a writ cf error I
Tha President baa aoDroved of the act
concerning: the withdrawal of good's frenJ
bonded ware1io'ujes; r;:Sg f .fjcj Jg.-j
1 i i r
ton special says jhat.Mr. McCormick,:pf
Arizonia, has been appointed Governor
otldahoi vice Caleb-Lyon.J kau Ytsiii
3 Eric, Penx., March 16 A boiler at
tached to AlthofFs plaining mil) exploded
this forenoon, killing one man-' -named
Sibley, from St?Catherne,-C!.jW., and
seriously .injuring three-, others whose
names are' unknown; -and completely
demolishing the piiil, throwing portions
of tbe boiler a distance of tiro rqoares.
Firo and Inland1 Marine
ft i '
!fo.!6 SOUTH WATEE Si EEET,
(BervrMS TlB act Locnt --
a El veins vlle Ind.
No. 18 Wall Street, Sew York
t;h wt to tti iu? sut tf s
"TnlorM lolld dfUBKfo by TlfLM sad
iht uger of INLAND AVIGAT10i, on
terms ma r.rorbl u tb na, re ji tn rt-s nu
ml Secorl tv 'of tha insured nd of tbe Company
wlUwwfetrtgJg jy.J lax nu'i 'to 1X
,Uo 172 Broadway, K. YnTr: L
Assets ----- $688,391 43
lOobs gonermt rIBR and INI ANB H ABINI
mauai bnHnm. Po Mm ntitled to prtlcl-
plI ractT 75 PB C'KNT. of the net proBtr.
rour eoneecatiT aitiaeuae 01 eu ris uiht.
EAUn, d etered fa pM-tluipatiug ft
tf 1 ft Tt"T
Assets, -,$538,472 76.
- Inmree Batldtnce, -Menndlr fioaeehold
Furniture, lUnle, Louee, mid otber property,
agninet loes and daK by F BX.
unitea fire ana marine
Aisets $359,953 3L
Ieiurte HULLS, CABGOKd sad FLATBOATS,
at feir rate of preulnm. Among Its pitryn are
IMvtd UIImob do., u. I. Ioioos m vo vepi.
Sevideoa Co , of Cincinnati; Meier. Ford a
Co i Lane M Bartl-tt, J. U. Fcrry Co., of Loa
hrrille end New Albeey. . T . ,
All loeeee at-eapayf IJtd.n nmm.
KST Paltcine ieeaed ta all the abare eompanlea.
oa laTorebl terms, by
J t EDOAK snaRFE, Asjem.
' nSl7-tf .i lie. Sooth Water street.
FEED I PEED I
..d ,ooitU-'Z """"
Kirh Bran and Bh petvtr.
Bicb Braa and Ships tufl.
,V,U -"TOB Bnsbela-1 !.--
Unsbelr-J i tt "J
Sed Oats. - Seed 0ls.
Seed Oats. Seed Oats.
bead, 0etaVi-ex4i ta onfi U.,!j-
In Store and to arrlv.
A well Selected etock of Ororf rial kept constantly
t oa bead and
For sals low at tba
Jftt M 'aW """" -- ' ea
Third Street, bet. Haia and LocarL
CROSS &-CRO PTS.-
- , - r tslaVrl? Its! H I A
a-Fawv v inn m. - t ft t ti
) jromWABDUQ ai.:a
Dealers ia all kinds of Produce.
aer Liberal ad rasoe Bade on winijunsiili.
NO. 11 WATER BTBKIT.
? - wissvi.; fan
W .' a y. i
t r" -', ' -' I '"'
,s-taJM daiV J
I IRST STREET
a 1 lius
E vans-rillee o Indiana.
io-v . b .6 tw lm .i!tei I.
'wfc.'x5 : '. ?-.-o .-' ui -:.-, i i!
J. Jt ,LOtjipSlptj
Late fifXbBiafHIetKy JJ
j (SoccsMort to ArACHis Boa.)
i . i?.. "
j f Bapai pioro Try uraue oi ,
L 0 Til I M:G
. s, . . ..... - - ,
1 I -
An of all Grades aod of beet Manufco
f ' -
Bsde-apin thbi4 manner. Style, Bia.
i i - lerial and at goaranfeed., its
mR. JQHHj PLARK,
On- Cotter, is direct from OLBNCBOeg'
BBPOBTK ur rAsuiorta, rnny np
to style tn every Garment," and w:ll
pleas, all wbe (ire as a call.
' Wa shall (Wa a pecial attention to
?- o --. " A
I 1!J5 IB -til !-tv.i-Afry ;!-!-! ir (y r'
i Fur nisning 'Goods,'
ind Jat laVe "ttie fxat Sto-klrt IheT
eily. Ladfi.s lll And onr eClTo lor
CUILbBKN my baudsoue, and veiy
low. Fall line of
I HhtiiTj and filoTes, ui
f tiro. 5 First flreet,'"
ii i t t.tTAJrSTILLS, IND.
a u- raoi IS-a itfl 1 .
'lJti Ha , V ail ajU
Al E. ,
? ' ' : -
! g Keep on band tha CelabrateJ
M J, " ' -
XTAKSTILLI, ISDIANA. ;
Fmlllerllatels. gatbnn tad Bteamboats
applied at shprt-aolka.. All orders pronvily at-
Undea to. Iff r
Orders frofli all farts of tha eonatry
piomlly Sllad. s sraris.fia
T.jA. Li.a. "i "' Jo. Saaioaia.
LYON & SEMONIFaT,
( WH0LX8ALB DKALKBB JH
O L Q T EC ItN" Q-
GEls'TS' rUEJTISHIlS'O GOODSr
(At tb old tBd of GoldaM, Berg h Co.)
j 2Io.2 S rofWrirst'SfreH, 4
i -t-tM v-chovpei -Feode ' - - -
WX ABB JOST HBCK1TINO IH 8T0BB SOS
bnihels of chopped wheat ecreeninira, which
aa food tor milk rows. Is aiaeh superior to ship-
stuff and bran. Those who wlh the hv-geet poa-
eibia yield of mill from their cows bad better
try It. i- b. u. niisron w., -
eepts - ' i: . no. aw. -water b trees. -
Root! Eootl .0.
Boor's Fimtnaa preawroe Aba, Hie . of Aha
He hanges It froragray to its original color
In three wcekA-preTeaU tba balr from fulling
ia the bat article for -dreeafng tbe hair sw fbnnd
tn market will purely wmore dandruff and eora
aU diaeaaea f tba sealp lailbtlully awrfaenedr
curse baldnaaa, and will aoteteia tha akin. Wa
tell tbe story quickly, and Ull It trno, when wa
say It is a perfect r ., ;
BBSrOBKB ANB SBXESISQ COKBIUXD
-.Bo other preparation for tha hair contains
Peataehk) Kat Olf, Sold by aU Srngfista
OBBIH SKINaTBB a CO
maris ly Sole proprietora, BpringflelJ, Maaa.
-71 Lifernfe J ; Lif a t 1 "
J dBOPSviTjBOTHij DBOPS
AniaicaX idra Iinqra rwiiL ure .Plptbs-
Ocagbs, Bronchitis, 8ora Throat, Ac-bma, Bheu-
maittm. Hanraigla, Ague lu tba Faaa. Head echo.
Tootliacbe, Bruises, Sprains.' CbflbiAini, Croup,
OnMav s !- , -1; -i ' -.t '' f
FlYEB AND AGTJB AND CHOLBBA, IS A
Bold by allDToggUU, with tall dlreotlona for
ad. 1 1 1 BBIBT SKINNKB A 00
. '" "' ' Ffoprletors, FpringfletdV afasaV
-) 0. 0. GOOPWIH 4 CO., Agsats, Boston,
J msrrf.Iy .- . .
T. a. MArrnras,
Late of LoniaTUla, Ky.
w. a. rouaaraa. ..-
Lata of LiuU.lllo, Ky,
HATTHEWS & FUILESTOS,
- . ....;,,,- -DKALBBS IB-..!, -. i f-K-
V,t' S .E-E T&i-'l'
I WOOD AND WJLLOW WAEE,
HO CBS ftTRSISIUSO A&T1C1VES,
' tAw- Juaxu auocb,
J-j rt X
. at. SOODLITT.
G. LIAGHEE a CO.,
t ? f . i - t " i
Staple 3 and 'Fancy ' -
' DRY GOODS.
i. C FIRST STBEET, X J
) - -if
Jl.-a C0-PAST1TEESHIP TTOTICE.
(. V 1 - - - j
i Has been admitted at a
IV E R
And V will continue tba bastnaas nnder tha
f- fiVK TBAKSS TO TBB TUBLIO OIHIB
I V7 ALtiT for tbeir Tory liberal patronage, and
promise that nothing shall be wanting on our
iit w lUHIIIGUUliaWIHDI , i . ma ....
e, hi.j.h f - ,s a to A
It cs I
CH1P'PBICE3 AlTD1 'V1
j GOOD AS80ETMENT,
trrvr-r w - mi t ww i ttto er-a
AJ VAJAA J CX, AJ Al; X As. AJ 1UU, . ,
siwS Slala -S treat, u." -' -
1ITX HATI JtTST BKCCITXD OCB FALL
ii Stock, whtcb smba s a ehofce selectlca oi 1
orras eoods. Cloaks Shawls. Balmoral Ski rta.
Hood and Kubias. Ole.ee and H osier. . Cors .ts.
Clothe. Caasl meres. Ladies' Clothe. Cassiaete.
Jeans, Flannel, Blankets, Tickings,. Ointhemdtij
Uailocaa, ae., leached and Unblsacota jsnsliua,
and a thousand and one other article too tedious
to mention. AU of -which will be- told Ttar
nasA. uoaaaceaatne. 3, Mala at eet. - . H
. .. HULLS OBI UKI(33
No. 43. Hata SUeet
Collector' Sale of Beal Estate for
i Costs and Expenses of Side-walk
; ";ImprOTements. r , .
NOTICE IS HBEKBT OTTK5, ttiot by virtaa
of presnpta, isu.d by tb Msyor of tbe lty
of XTanTll.e, and ma 'directed, t will asll aa
public auction, at tba doaY of the Court bouse la
said city, om ;"
' TDK3DAT, MARCH 20TH. l8fi. - "
at 10 o'clock a. m., tbe following tnta el ground
or parcel of real as tat, or so much thereof aa
way be neeeaaary ta pay the amounts charged and
aiiiissswil against said lota lor the oust and expos
es of making stde-walk. itn proements upon sid
lots of gronad, together -with tbe-ccsta of ale;
and tbaaaaid eel will be" eootioued the ant
day thereafter, namely: oa Wedntada, Starch
lat, latiG.aS a o'clock p. m., at the same place,
for the purpose of ceiling acfc pioperty aa may
have bees aold oa tba day abja meaticuad, and.
aot paid tar A
OCASTXBaf, BKLABOg StBHT. f- (" - -Owner.
J lot. B!ok. - Aa't-
Batcbett. Mrs. . a If .- -43.S1S M -
At lis A V.iker ( ,-ta... S 15 ,
Mfyer Hory J 4. " 9 2) .
Jackson George.., 1 42. 14 63 ;
KibH CroUne....iia $ 47 8 IS 1
Hs.tcheft. Mr J. a,unht.l ..i3 6 46
, do . do o da, S 43CiW4
1 do do . -; do J -4 0-iJ
da - -So d. 4.4S - OTk
Alii B Walker it .,.!. 10 48
i. aA a ' i o ...
do . do
. 1A It BlMf k!U B.f..,ll2 2 -
f do io , J 4... 1 54 .
do Bo fc a 4 18 R4 -
do do ... . 4 4.- 47 47 C
,1 ao do ,. u..,. ,. I. 8 515 38 r
do do S -.-8.u all?
do dp Hrffc. 3. 8. 2113 "
do dn .h... A 8.r.l IS
dj do .;,. .6 8ail5
, do d .a .6.. 3 SI 15
1 do da JO IS
, a.aosTiiK, march a. 18 8.
Oflce oa Water Street, Between Main
i c u.;:: aaa irOeaBt streets.
wai. a constant supply, and ordara promptly
iteaa. -v . - -
1J . t-iS sraH.f;. g t f SSBHHal
. fJ A 1 a,:.-:-. I . ".-I 'flBBAlSSSI
f'"J M " ' a
J f-.-.r :, 3 i . .g t s -THI
. H--- ---i-'i fi -
J I , a g
CLsbissb LW ' ( - snrvsw
a p v.w. i'tS .
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Qj ' Ai v,-:-v:-.r u; i ;: co
iaiJ 3 ;' ' w.
abw . o? f 3 ,-ea. ' . . :
i .'.1 01'. tA til 'C3
O ; ol:? o
1 tji-.'s dft-.1 3 ar rT-;j o .-r h
.efiO .t&ii1 .sg;;2i-;3-t .r
...,C.... 4..i w e os r
.. s L.is-.a os
; . - .... ...... ..." . ' ' ' , ' , -,
i 5ti-.' ,j n , . riietiiiaivi
! a-. ,..i:tA . ,rJ $ rt tia
A. FAoa. , W..J.Xowai Co,
- 3 ! liJ'l-.UM,.!! ,- lt
JU l .K.l V
i p -fiuiaal u I
1 .-. H ..
i I j ".v",.,(n.i, uanaiug oooms OI
V7 . lUi LO VJlYa.&;-C.O.,
ft f'ta .... ,. , e.-J't.! tV
' - 1 ;.4 ;: Bo.:i;Fxr$t Strwt
. j . . .- ... a.. ... , . , , ; " f . .....
1 - V.I!'J ,sK.
yw MiieTi,i ji ( ftsiiii J "
...i..a.. i I issa ... . . 5ttf ''J
Agents for tbe following' lamr &nce
.-- ! ....-va" .... ... (
Assets,- $35,000,000 OO
......!3ut Is 1
,1 , 0. :.ti " 1 , -H . : ) , . b-.r.J
iw li.ja rd ,-;dnwj is fi l. jia.5 i
.7 1.j a-?tl
.TSf A1fcTt ii ! ;.fT'I..-tt'
ST of a- ,t.w!i-t.1 tit-i .! .Ji-l to, ,
Home Insurance C6.,-Kew York. Ji
t Assets, $3,7X4,15631, 06
Underwritert' Agency of N. York.
Assets, (3,120,823 32.
Liverpool & London & Globe Ins.Co.
i -Assets, (in gold) $16,000,009 00
Intnarul In IhU afVina 4 Stll OCA 1 0 h
fi -1 rwasav aa uas wuui J ffi,VI t,M7 .
Union Insnrance Co., of Indianapolis,
Assets, $207,505 72.
Mutual Life Jn, Co., vfBewYbfk
l Assets, $12,235,407 86
Total, 13512,405 98
( S5 SB ff ffl
arPoilclje of Insuraoee (asoad apoa the moat
favorable terms, and liberal -edjuitBBeus; and
prompt paymeot loall cases of kei. ms.S If
.iV . I .5 1 .
V sT aHW -,';, 'caem. -'Jl . tttew
WtLLS. KELLGGG 6 TO:,
Importers and Wholesale Bealsrs la
! (SIOS BIO PAD-LUCK,)
ofwd kUi.-.'Jf l; :
Sap and Boot and Shoe Store,
From First street t Waier atreet .betweea
Fine and Viviatunwken ha la ao kxateu, and
wiU kfja hand h hast aaaortaeat of p
French Callfi Skin Boots,
: Made la tha moat fashionable manner,
j Made to order on Ihe shortest notice, and
Warranted to Give Satisfaction,
As be mpI6ys eons brt the btst.of workmen.
. - . j . .... -c... land 1 "--i
! i i . ,v.i
."fir0 " a uiHi
f ... . , .-,- . ?. . ..
Fancy Dyo .House,
F. GBABrSelB, OOB. OAS CJCKTBC. BTft,
s- . - , INear tke Canal),
Has opened a Djta Haaae at tha above. -plaae, and.
la prer-arad ta color Silk. Woolen or Cotton
Good, Hair, As , in all colon.
I have baeifcaagaffed in the basinet ever thirty.
Ive year, and have been employed tn the largest
establishment in Europe and tbi country.
Wi.I bold myself responsible for all damage ;
sustained by goods nnder my cbarie. , ,
- va. Cleaulog and acotii in of Tadtee' and
Qautiasaau'e Qooda dona at short notice Give ma
fair trade. .(dlU 6m) F. OBAUFMKB. , ,
....... v --f , -- . it jr
BOOTS SHOES. &C.
I , THE FIEST STREET
SHOE STORE I
BOOTS, ; SHOES
3,. . f a.
" At Greatly JReduced
.v'rf 1 t -iJw . 1, .. ! '.it ,
j f il ill I A 1 ' i.'-
i ,': M
TtittTT BE3UH1CD TBI 8Ht X BCSnJESS.
crlptioa, ta which I now beiag added eaerytUlor
new. twauliral and utlantial U reqoi.t for
Spria; trade ,u ... .:f- .
I am now recelTteg, and tbey will continue to
arriae a needed, Irom j. .,,
an th nrronndlng town SeW yfc phlU
delphm nod Cincinnati, the best " ' -
CnstoTnifaatle : fnoes.- for J Ladles'.
,v j 9 'Hjsses ana ChUdren, i 1
'Men. Boys and :.Ybnt.t '
i"- aie at low as ia ana town in th. u-.,
Ahmagoud Tarislyef Hack anU caiorfi 1
"S O iT- IT A T M '
which i am eioaing out at COST : vX ? .-:
! T. W.-TOBSBB.'i
no. i mrst Hre.t
f t CO-P ARTIjfE R 3 H IP
inns bai,'..!...' . ' L ' ' 1-..
,1," "'kssssis UVB FOB MID A
- s. siiicaisB u. ntii-t f v
u . o . william if walker;1
at3-i-'A aiUJXOKUa W. VtLteSN.'
orrosiTx Tax washinotoh adrsii.
A IB now opening and offsrat t be lowi s t BgoreA
a superior article of Ladle.' , w , , j .
t Kid, Goat and Olove-Calf s'r
RbiuU t'.ta "
b POLISH BOOTS
Lasting Congress , Gaiters,
loye-calf J Congress ' -, ,
il!rt ,".-,-- , ; sir-.1 ' L -U
Glove-calf Button Balmorali' &o.
Lasting . Glove-Calf, ! Kid.
and OAftt Tivftrsi
Ulisses. ConeresaV Gaitora.
T-of Every Variety,"' ' "
f;f .- . ' - . a 1 i :-.. .J lu'ii
Children's Cloth Kid, Gbat,
pasting, Congress Gaitefs,
I Glovd-Calf Conffrasa-'
j .wt., x visiters, ;) n . ,
.- ui aa.w utxvas D, '
Pine Cair Scotch Boots, ,
Cairand Rip, .
Congress, ;! Lasting;: !, ind
ll- .--' ) -. i '. is.ifl .1JI ;.ii i' l
Calf o and Buff Balmprals,
j Together with a.Oenaral Aaeortmeat of i
Shoes( . Boots and ' Brogans.
I -!, t- '- it ...t i-,:.t . v.! i..
Persons pqrcbaslag are ndoeotrully Invited ta
11 at No. 83 Main afeet, aod xanua oar stock.
... mar7-a .
a., i .!k ; . s , ' i..- ?:. t.S-i
Adams Express n
, COMPANY . .
Bare established a y - c-
I NEW ROUTE
' -T, :. ;-.'.
Caiioi NashTille and Points South.
; . - TfA t -
i sTonnsonTille, Tena.
j ! : -.
Arrangement having bees completed, this old
and reliable Company are now prepared to receipt
wr IreigiiU ta .
KN OX VI LL E,
l ....... . MACON,
Ind all aeceulbla nolnt. dnnik k. h .hn
popular and expedition route.
jiTbearttMttea ef Merchant aad Shipper, aad
-fba bnalneaa vnblla a-enazalli. is alirseted to. tha
babred by thin Old and Reliable Line In point
dispatch . sad great radnexaa la. Aba rata a
.aia. For full psrtlcuTars enquire at the Adam
BzorratOffloe, tio. 18 Cbaudiar Block, Brans.
-Wile,, ... Bli-tf
t Cabs! Cabs! Cabs! -
HI MOSTlXTBSilTK AND BKACTIFrt
aaaortment of Cblldreu'e Cab ever brought
a city, can ba found at . -
WABBKbl tt CONTNOTON'8,
.Si'OI'll-ju.. i - - . 1 Mala alree. '
I o')i'Jl.lr-' -.! i.' ttii. !- M! ! :L-
' u !.''.; ' I Bill ;f flu JvlB.!.. "
eu ia, lg6.
OBDEll rOB PLAN "BIDE WALKS, -if'-.
Abd now it is berpby rr-iered and directed by '
tbe duos Coooril of tbe city of KrauTlUe. .'
that tbe owuera of lot or parta of lota, fronting
ir idJo'Dlng the northwest side of Oak street,
from. Pour'h street to Center (treat; .
Ncrthwest siileof Liisioo street, from Slltk
to nVrenth street; ; -
- South west side of Eighth street, from Walnut
lo Cbee not striet;
Southwest side oi Eighth street, from ChaataatO i .
to Cherry .treat ;
Wast aide of Third arenue, from Ninth Itreet to
Southeast id of Cherry street, from Crater
Street to the Canal ;
. Southeast side of Cherry street, 'from Fsartk I
StreattoO ntr sire t
ast side of Washington street, from Franklin ' ' -Street
to eeTenlh aireetj - j
kat side of Wasbi'igton street, from Hamilton
street to Frittklio street; - .' i a .1
, West aide of Harriet street, from rranllln
street to Sixth street ; "
. Bast tide rc Second arenue, irom argnin street :
ta Ninth street : ' -
Korth side of Eighth street, from Flr tnsw
So Second enue; ,
kiorthee t side of Eighth street, from Chestnut
to ( berrr street: --- ' - - - -
Southeast side of Chestnut treat, from Xlghth
Street to Ninth street; " !
southeast side oi Chestnut street, from Ninth -
street It) Tenth street ;
ronhs.st side of Canal street, from Bond streer , .
' 8 mth iwt side of Bond street, front JUarknt
at aet 10 th Canal;
aithea,st aide of Canal treat,' from Fourth ta
Fifth street; . ..., i , .
Ia aid city, causa the side wall- thereoa to be
brought to the proper gride, and that tbey aanaa
aside walk of Class No. t to be laid down s.wi-oa
within thirty. da; from th publication of thai '
' A.M.KcGRtFF, Clerk.'
- City Clerk's OffUw, March IS, law. uarla-St
: IV ; . iUniOtt COpl
ABCB 12, 1809.
to s ui m
'And dow It im brby ordered ftnd dinctd b
tlie Oemmoi Cooucil of the ty of UrmnaTUla,, .f
that the owners of all iat or nana of lota, front.
tug ob or a'ljoining tha outhwMt ttde of 6TQtk J- !
WHvvi, a aaa aaa. raaaa iv sMuvua sj as cso a , ( . ; . j
Boulliwost side nf e'erentb street, from Locust ""
to Wain ut street; , ... i . ,(J
In aval city, cause th side walk thereon to be
brvugbtto th proper grade, and that they cenaa '.
a side waik of Claa No. 1 to be laid down theraost
within thirty daye irom the publication of this
orser. A. M. Mc JBirF, Clerk. . ., n
City aerk's Office. Marcb lti, marlti-3t
i - : ..-(Union copy.)-. , ,J-);is i,ia
.Notice to Contractors.
ABun is, iscs.
a ' u . f... . s . . . i . . . . . . n. i . '
iwuvuniusujoDciiui tat en oi ibransTi.ia
will ircelve eealed proposals uutil theilb iley of J ,'i
April, lHf.H, fur grsdiog, graveling andpating tha
alley situated betwreo slain and Locust ctrsata, n-'s
and eiteLdi. g from tMith lo Seventh street, . i i
Bjord-rof the Oouuctl. ' ' '
- i , A.M. McOBirF, Clerk.
' Karch 16, 1866. merit! td
( i. . '. . (Oalon copy.) s Ui i X-iu.taf
' Notice to Contractor!. " -"""'t
ABCH 16, 1868. j..., 'W-w
The Common Council of tha city of ransvllla
will rc!,e aealed propooala nntll the th day of
April, 1866 for grading, graveling aod paring tha'
Alley situated between sixth au-i Seventh etreeta, f la
and extending from Walnut to Cheitucit streut.., ,T
By order of tb Couneil -1 Ml
,y , A. M. MflQBiFF, Clerk.., . ,,a
March 1, 18ii8. marie td jl '
'' i.-rn x (Union copy.) , t ( -s -jWOl)
'''Not ce to
Tl 1 ABCH li, 1886. '
The Commr n Council of the city of IvsnsvIII
w II rareive sealed vropoe.ls until th .'th day -of i;oa
April, 1866, fur eritains;. srsveliairasd navinctha . .
alliy situs! d twtwtea Fourth aud Fifth treats,
and a. teiirtiiifl- from M.ln t., I.ru-i..! - - - -
By order of the Council. 1 '
- . , ; A. M. MoOBTFF, Clerk.,
March 16, 1806. marls td
- t i-. " (Cnloadopy.) - u t tiat
Notice to Contractors.
TlfABCH W, 1866. ' "'i '
Th ommon Con 'it 11 of th city of Kvansvflla
will reca ve
Isd proptnla until tha Bthday of Huil
Aoril. lHtiti. for
rantug, fi raveling and pavlna tba
AlleV Situated between Ulierrv and Onk at nutti. '
ard sztondiug from recotd to Third street. . '
. - . '
By ordsr ot the Council.
.M. MoSBIFF, Clark.
March 16. 1866.
(Union copy.) ' 1
waaaaa.'.--. k si .'oosmiao.'i:i.
WAESEN & CONYNGTON, t 't.J
.i a-toi.'. Da!l r' U f.'.umi
Pianos, Mel odeons,: eui
: Music.- t;!.M
WtSICAL, in K U.C II AN DISK,
' No. .1 MAIN 8TBEIT, . . a-'
ft . . EVAHsriLLS,IND. I 'iU'i
W . : , FANCT GOODS, TOY8, c , . ;j ..,.,
Instruments of all kinds Tnued and Be paired. .
The be-t It.liM Guitar, Violin, and Bank-r '
Sir egs aiwats on hand. t , ; , , .
' All orders promptly filled.
8TATR OF INDIAHA, lsa
aaderburgb County, j " - - -
The P.tete of Indiana -to tha Sheriff of Vender
burirt County i ... i .. .,,V
I BLTTilS UYNB8, CLERK OF TB"B VA. a
derbnrich Circuit Court, do hereby certify tor "a
th Sheriff of sild county, what officers are ta b 'Gi::
elected lor tbe eeveral township iu said cuuoty, . .r,
at the usual places of holdlcg ekctlots, on tha ' ".
first Monday in April, A. D. latltj; . - ..I
For fig-eon Township, four Constable. , i
For Knight Township, two Oonstablos.
. For Armstrong Township, cut Justios Of tha ( I
Peace and two Constables , . , (. ,
For Perry Township, one JnttfcS of tha Paoa
atd tw i Oona'able. : i - ' 1 ; j.i .-i'i
, For Colon Township, one Justice of tha Feaca t
aud two Constables. . ,
For Center Tiwu.hlp, two Constables.1' ,!it(I
, ForGeraiaa Township, ons Justio of (ha Peace
and two O .nstab'.ns , ., ,
And ana ownsnts Truffoe for f ach of (aid '- "l
oral township, -r, -. t . -. - . i. .1
, And the Sheriff I hereby diieoled to give legal - w
notice of saM election, in conformity with the '
Btatote In each case made and provl.led. . u
Ia wituM whereof I hereunto subscribe mf -.a l
name and affix the beal of said Court, at Brans. r-
vilie, this 1H dy cf sf areh. A. 1 IttOH. -S U
. , : BLITIiB U ZBJCS, Clark T. C. C'. l
' I, ALFX. DABLINO, aiH.riff of Vaadei burgh' 0ul
ootistj, certify that tbe atx.ve aod tbregoiog 1 n!1i-'L)
traa and complete copy ai' th, original now oa,.,
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V Block ortaonable D'r Goods, and whiek ' ' ,!
will always br sold at tba eheeoeet market ntet.
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XTX ARK HOW OPIHINO A LAKGB STOCK..
il of French and Am.ric in Cloths, Osaslmerea,
Poeeklog aad Tailors Trimming, which wa will '
ell a oh asp aa they can be booirit anywhere. ,r,t,j,
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PBINO FASHIONS "IV tdlLLIKEBT t)F
ail kinds, bow opening and aetlina; cheaD -at V
marix ouiiii-niu, BuaotKU uti n.
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL
steiwbach a wAck.;:;
No. 67 Ilain Street,
i EVANS VILLE, IND. '
tTTSJ KIF.P COh!TAwti,T ON BAND A
f V foil assortment of sll goid In urn llaa. bog
jsii ins sprasi stvsttus oi arerchsmt, ens Had
dlera to our superior UOUSK-COLlA U.S. flnlsh-
ed, ln-ee-l of with buckle and strsp, with A. ; -(
Bteinbach's Bewly inrented and patented o :n u. at
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The advantage of this Fastener ere l.'liara.' "
Sllity, tha Fastener warranted la oathstt tba Oof-'
lar; 2. Battna; of time In po:tag the Collar on
an off the hor-e's neck; B. Heataese of Sui.i "i I
Tbia Collar la worth s bikif-dollar mora sou tba t
farmer 'haa the old fa hicuedoce. . .
ramlne our stock be. ore yoa buy, and yon
Will aava saoney.
JUST BKCBITEO S.QOO good second-hand Gnu-, .
niaa, aad f .r sale low at
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