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BARTHOIJJf EW COUSTT.
The Chronicle says that the drunkest
vornan ever seen on the streets of Hope was
one on last' Monday. It is said that all
former demonstratio of this character
wSre completely edited. If such things are
TuowS to occur in Hope, what can we hope
or In Hope?
The same Journal gives a sample 01 iocm
enterprise, thus: Some tim since the
county commissioners allowed the sum of
fj4to totmildabridge across llaw creek, at
Hope, which was only about enough to
build deeenl abutment-, and so the work
.und half completed on account
ot the commissioners not bav
L souls quite large enough
to malte appropriation sufficient for us
.mnletlom. Whether anything has been
5 M th?new board or not we can not say,
but It is to be boped that they will look after
the matter at once. There is at present no
way "for pedestrians to cros without wading,
Tnd when the water is uP those who happen
SJSJda on the east side ot tbecretk must
remain there, as neither animal nor vehicle
can then cross.
The Democrat says: The peach crop is
entirely killed, and the people think that
the trees are als killed, and some are cut
ting their trees dwn and are going to put
tie ground in tobacco.
The following corn estimate of this county
is made by the Fraakfort Crescent: Else-
ww made the estimate that 750.0C0
bushels of corn had been sold and shipped
i .nntv. Some Bay that the estimate
t. th.t 1 non 000 bushels have been
I. x i a. nMriv much was fed as sola.
and may safely say that there is 1,000,000
bushels yet unsold and unfed ; thus It can be
seen tha total product in this county is about
a was given in the Crescent some time ago,
V elrlatBraill built big fire under
l lie iormer
fantnrv iinlldinff Is under rool and ture of his design, said: "In refer-
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r, romnleted bv the time spring opens. . "
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f!".' V'TZZ'Z, imbrls abun. to do honor to and. preserve the mmorj of
ui uutu.6".."a. - 1 1 hu e rents and of the fathers of the revolu
aani an aruuuu u. -
and health is good, hence we 0 no reason
why mis piac " " naturally nu celled as appropriate to the
eveut. I propose that the commissioner
was some informality in the election and an
other is to be held.
Dancing Is the issue on which the gage of
battle is thrown down In Kokoroo. The
press and pulpU are leaders in the fight.
May the best man win.
The Seymour Democrat has been pur
chased by Messrs. Shank & Stairs, who wm
nereauer gumo iw '"u''
democracy to battle for the right.
To-night there la to be a notable t pelling
match in Crawfordsvilie, to wmcn an aa-
mlsslon fe is charged, the proceeds to go
for the benefit of the sufferiag poor. Cel.
Carrington will give out the words, and
two college professors will lead the con
The Bunker 11111 News says that the new
scalped and injured
in the head, lie will
THE EXHIBITION OF STATUARY AT THE CEX-
TKJIMAL EXPOSITION THE STATUES OF THE
CATHOLIC FOUNTAIN, THE GERMAN ONE OF
HUMBOLDT, THE ITALIAN STATUE TO COL
UMBUS, AND SEVERAL AMERICAN SUBJECTS.
Mr. Charles S. Keyser some time ago con
tributed a plan for the celebration of the
Centennial, which has met with much favor.
The plan included the four departments or
agencies ,of civil powers, military bodies,
music and statues. A correspondent ot the
New York Herald of the 11th Inst, thus
speaks of the latter subject: Mr. Keyser,
many months ago in a printed communica
tion addressed to the Centennial com
mission relative to the laut tea-
tlon. allegorical devices !a bronze ani stone.
r-.nt r,ernme nil lit ay ""m "u '
The Miiml Soatinel says: Elijah lloe,
whn shot Joseph Line at enia, in vuis
countv. some weeKS ago, is now mjuia
f ' . '
Ki.itEf AfiT liAviD? been arrestea lie
shall receive these as the offering ol states,
societies, cities or individuals, who shall re
tain the property, subject only to tem
porary use in giving grandeur to the
great celebration, alter which they can oe
of thirteen golden stars. The figure is uni
versal iu its meaning "Belief in higher
power is common to all mankind." J he
pedestal and statue stand twenty feet In
height. The cost ot the work exceeds $30,
000. It is to be completed before A pril, 1876.
ITALY TO AMERICA.
By the last foreign mail an official com
munication was sent from the Italian con
sulate, Signor Vi to Viti, in which he gives
implicit instructions to one of the most cel
ebrated sculptors of Home to carve in mar
ble a colossal statue of Christopher Colum
bus, in whL-h the discoverer of America is
represented in a somewhat crouching atti
INDIANA LIVE STOCK. INSURANCE ANO ..DETECTIVE CO.
CAPITAL STOCK lOO.OOO.
Insures against death by accident or loas by theft. AU losses promptly raid.
- W. r. UOBHA5, Secretary,
Talbotf Block, Indianapolis.
J. W. IIAXBA, rreld'ni.
Ollice, f and 6
TATE OF INDIANA, MARION COUNTY, ss.
Jn the Huperior Lonrt or Marlon Connty, la
tbe Utate ot Indiana. February term. 1S75. So.
The I'lrttt Natlonnl Bank of Danville, Indiana,
vs. Thomas 11. Hlantqn and J. M. illanton.
Be It known. tJiat on the ÜM day of Jaaaary.
1S75. the above named plala'iiTby ber attorney,
filed in tbe oßlee of the clerK of-tbe
above named defendants, lit attachment and
cave bond for his appearance, but before the retUrned, to be placed either in the parks of
" . t lit i . . 2 at.-.
time oi his preliminary eisnunsuuu
..nii 1T was recaptured ' near
warehouse elevated on posts,
- iri ahe was bound either to
warm 'hersell, or make it hot lor the ware
TheTerre Haut Kxpres says that the
miners in Brarll have received the following
propositions by the operator: The opera
tors will guarantee them eeventy cents per
ton until the 1st oi September, or two-fifths
rrint ett th market value of coal, as
miners are concerned shall not go below
i tk t ton. Should anv Question arise as
n rina nid. the matter will be relerred to
a committee of arbitration composed of both
miners and operators. A mass meeting o
miners will be nelJ to taite action.
LasI Wednesday night there was a lively
railroad meeting at Delphi. The people are
vxri n or a WAV to tret tho great South Atlan
tic road from Cnicago to their town, whether
it ever extends to the salt tea or not.
One of the most curious and ludicrous o
lr.ral aueetions has arisen in this county
Tbe Munoie News thu3 tells the story
While George Addy's cow was grazing on
the line between the town ol Mancheiter
r.d the ciiy of Paterson, George splttel, the
ratorson pond keeper, took hor to the
tcund. Addy sued belore a justice of the
peace tor ir. juries uuu iw iud v- .v.
detention, but lost the suit. On an appeal it
was before the common pleas bench on Sat
urday. Counsel lor Addy contended that
tbe valuable part of the cow was her hind
uuarters, and so that was beyond the Pater
son elty limit, bis client was entitled to a
judgment. The court scarcely agreed with
counsel, but said that the decision of tbe case
might turn upon the exact length of the
cow. Counsel for the plaintiff insisted, then,
that she should ce measured to the end ol
her talL The court directed that she should
not be measured beyond the haunches, and
deferred decision until the measurement
shall have been made.
The girl Mary Burke, who was acci
dentally shot in Washington township some
three weeks s go, died on Monday last. She
was a smart young girl, 16 years old, and
was tbe danghtcrot the late Judge Burke,
and niece ol the lion. M. L. Brett, of Wash
ington. She bad numerous relations in
tbTscity and Jeffersjnville.'
The Attica Ledger says: Last Friday even
ing the people of Veedersburg were startled
by th9 report that a young man had been
accidentally poisoned, and upon inquiry the
following facts were learned: On that even
ing a young man named Joe 1, from a
little town on the Vandalia road east
of Qreencastle. this state, who
was visitine a relative named
Karl. 11 vine in Veedersburg, came into Frank
Miller's drug store and said he wanted some
thing to relieve the diarrhea, from which he
was sullenng. Mr. Miner tnereupon gav
him what he took to be the proper specific,
but it alterward proved to be aconite,
poison. Karl became rapidly worse, was
seized with griping, and died in about two
hours. A jury'decided that be was poisoned
by mistake or the aruggm.
Tbe Terra II ante Gazette, of the 10th inst.,
thus speaks of a case of poisoning in this
Kunty : Vedersburg is the name of a sleepy
little villaze in Fountain county, a lew
miles east of Covington. It does some busi
ness, owing to a rising population in tbe
neighborhood, and is to some extent a re
sort for commercial travelers. On last Sat
urday night Joseph Early, representing a
fct. Louis grocery or notion house, arrived
there and put up with a relative bearing the
&me name as himself. On the next
day Mr. Early was seized with a violent at
tack of diarrhea, and for relief he went to
the only drug store in the village for a re
lieving medicine. The ingredients of the
remedy that be deired were very simple;
but tbe drug clerk, an ignorant bumpkin
more fit to chop wood, substituted lor bone
net a corrosive acid of a deadly nature. The
traveler took the dose, and in five minutes
was selaed with the most violent spasms,
which continued without intermitance for
fiflAn minute, at tbe end of which time
tbe unfortunate man expired, having suf-
fored Intense agony. Popular feeling runs
high against the bungling druggist.
TB AH KLIN OOTJNTT.
A baby, in a basket, was left at the door of
Hre. Andreas, in Brookville. list week. It
was found, almost killed with cold, and
taken care of.
, GRAST COUNTT.
Jamoa Bro a n hung himself in the jail at
Mariou with a bunk chain, lie was a young
mao, committed from Blacktord county for
robbing a man or 510.
At the recent railroad election in Greene
connty, la aid of the Sullivan & Bloom -flekl
road, the appropriation was oarried in
two townships bv a decisive vote, but was
defeated in thethlid township by seven
voWi, In that township, however, there
taken to Xenia, wnere
Oia Aran: in at ion took place last week. Tbe
tti,A honnd him over to court in the sum
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birth beneath tr.e com huubo. 110
to be one of a strong Dana 01 conimeuca
men who have been practicing tne ousiueea
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Xenia. The young man, Artnur, arreswn
r-o .ma. timn vn. was a member of tbe
The burning to death of a child in this
county is thus narrated by the Mt. Vernon
Republican: On Monday last, a child a gin
. nina vrs-of Mr. Joseph Kommer-
whnlivna in Point township, on the
' - a tX Altt si TTniAntAtvn
rnad leadlDZ irom mis v.fcjr v uuivu.Wt,,
' t a 1 rr 1 z
aMont v burned to aeain. inecir
pumstances of the deplorable accident (lor
" . I Iii I I
which we are lndectea to our uieuu omjr
Neuman) were as follows:
Mr. and Mr3. Kommerzsin had lelt tbe
lilrl and their other smaller children at the
hwuse, and were at work in tbe.neld a short
,i;ut.nAnrT. It U not known just now tne
rvi.lnt oppiirred. but It is supposed that in
mnwinir ahout the fire, which was in au olJ
f-hirtnf-d tire-nlaee. tbe eirl brought her
garments in contact wiih the fire. Her
screams brought her parents to the house,
but the was wrapped in fiameä when they
h.r. and before they c ulJ be ex-
tinirjiwhftd she was so bajly burnod that
da:h reäuhe-i in r lew hours.
The Winchester Journal tells of the fol
lowing horrible affair: Last Saturday morn
inj? a man named Frank Puekett, livics
near Snow Hill, In this county, committed a
most horrible mutilation of Jhis person,
while laboring under & fit of Insanity.
Physicians were at once sent lor, and
did all they could for him, but at
last accounts only lalnt hopes of his re
covery were 6ntertalnd. The unfortunate
man ha been regaraea a s mue ou ui u
mind for some time, ana eaia mat ue be
lieved he was under tbe direct control ol
Jesus Christ, and would do that as power
directed him to. liwently.in passing a pond
n watpr. hrt told a Iriend that Christ had
commanded him to jump into the pond, and
in snite of all his friend could do he jumped
In. where the mud and water was very deep.
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He clalm tnat no was aireeioa uy iu niiio
Dower to cjtnmit tne maiiiation oi nis per
son. Later There is a rumor in Uwn that
Mr. Puekett has died.
The banner aavs: While riding out to
his farm, about a mile on the Uraysvllle
road, Mr. Porter Burks, a well known and
respectable citizen of our town and one .ol
our prominent merchants, was thrown from
his horse, by the horse stumbling, and an
almost fatal wound inflicted in the back of
hU head. He was taken to tbe bouse ot
Mr. Roberts, a shor: distance
he was hurt, where his i
dressed. His wounds are quite severe, and
will nrobablvvet prove faial.
The Sullivan Daoiocrat says that last Fri-
dav mornirs Mr. Porter Burke rode out to
hia farm, a mile or two from town, on Jiorse
back. When at the gate he was by some
means thrown violently to tbe frozen ground
and his horse fell on him, inflicting serious
Injuries. He was seen to lall by a Mr. Gra
ham, who hastened to his rescue. He was
carried to the home of Mr. Huberts in an
insensible condition, and thus remained for
many hours. He has rallied, and the physi
cians think he will recover.
The same paper saye: Gus. Goodman and
Ed. Jeans, two lads of 15 or 16 years of age,
engaged in a wrestle in 8am. White's store
the other day, when Goodman was thrown
to the floor, and It was discovered that his
leg was broken by the fall.
The Lafayette Dispatch states that Iler
ron, the man charged with attempting to
pass a t It) counierieii diu at tne oee xiive
Monday evening, bad an examination be
fore the major this afternoon, and was
bound over in 8.XK) bonds, llerron was
recozn!zed by Mr. 8. J. Kitchen as tbe man
who bad requested mm to give ntm a fu
note for small bills.and being accommodated
bad given him a counterfeit f 10 bill, and
was bound over in a similar amount. He
was Kent to jail.
The Terre Haute Journal says that Opt.
Dawson is of the opinion that the river bot
ton will be overflowed so much during the
coming season as to prevent tbe production
of any corn crop. Few persons are aware of
tbe importance ot the river bottoms to the
corn trade of tnis aection. au tne way
from Covington to Vincennes there Is as
mach corn raised in the bottoms during
favorable s'asons as in the country on each
side for a width of ten miles.
The Gazette has the following item: Al
bert Schaal has in his possession a mam
moth tooth,, weighing nine pounds, found
sixteen feet' under ground, by Harrison
the cities which loaned them, or eHe in the
rotundas ol their capitols." Developing the
idea Into greater and grander scope, the au
thor further says: "Citizens of other coun
tries residing here, or distinctive portions ol
our population might, in this manner,
lend great interest to tbe occasion."
I am personally informed by a repre
sentative gentleman of the Catholic Total
Abstinence Association, which in this city
alone comprehends 10,000 souls, that it was
from these columns that he first conceived
the beauty of the idea, and straightway set
himseir resolutely at worn, it was irom
the Catholics that the first response came,
and it is doubtful whether a grander or
more artistic design than theirs, now under
way, has ever graced any of our popular
THE CATHOLIC FOUNTAIN.
The design, as indicated by the headline,
is a fountain, erand. beautiful and colossal.
The central figure represents Moses as hav
ing stricken tbe rock; the staff resting in
his hand to aches a fissure whence Issues a
stream of water, that, flowing into a hundred
different channels, entirely encircles the
rugged pedestal and falls into a grace
fully constructed basin unaerneatn. Arouna
this superb central statue are grouped four
other figure!", respectively as follows: Arch
bishop Carroll, who was commiss-ioceti with
Franklin' tho opening of the revolution;
Commodore John Barry, the father of our
American navy: Cbarles Carroll, of carrou
ton,Md., and Theobald Mathsw, the high
est name in the cause or temperanca eiiuer
in Kurope or iu America. Arch
bishop Carroll follows the earlier portrait
at tbe precise moment of his discovery oi
the then unknown but long wished for land.
The statue is one of rare excellence and
power, and will, no doubt, be regarded by
all Am ericans with feelings of the most pro
found reverence and legard.
the Presbyterian's statuk.
Tbe model of this statue is now to be been
in Baity's studio. Eleventh fctreot, Philadel
phia. It is colons il. In it are combined all
the dignity of statesmanship, with all the
graces of his ministerial lite. His costume
Is that of his day and generation. Ills attl
tude" U erect, while in one hand he holds a
roll, the other hand rents in a graceful atti
tude at bis fide. Tbe height of this statue is
fifteen feet. It will be cat in bronze. Har
riet Hosmeri encaged on a statue repre
sentative ot emancipation lor tbe tame oc
casion, a desciiption of which has already
appeared in the columns of the Uera'.d.
This statue will be on exhibition at Fair-
mount Park duune the b'ix months of the
exposition. This statue is in marble. The
building commission contemplate com
pleting the colossal bronze Btatue of the
founder ot Pennsylvania, intended for the
dome or tne city buildings, In time for its
display in the park on the occasion.
on Rild 2kl d of Jnurv, lKTi, the td plain
tiff nlfcd In said cleric a oraee tue amlavlt of a
competent pt-rson stiowlu that all defendant.
ibomas ti. iiiantoii, is loi a refluent ot tne
state of Indiana.
Now. therefore, by ordr f ta!d coart. twtld de-
VDd.'" t last atxv Datued In lieifrby notidtd of
the tlliii" aud pendency of s.ild complaint
against Llwi, and that tinles be appears asd
answers or lemurs thereto, at the calling of
said cause on the feooud tiny of the terru'of
said court. t bi tx-gnn arid held at V: court
house In ihe City ot iodiftnapo), on the first
Monday In April, 173, said complaint, and the
matters and ibinzs therein containtd nd
allegr-d, will be heard and determined In his
aD-eiice. A. Ii. BllüWN, Clerk.
HPI.K A OrtliFV. Afr rrevn for P'ninttn"
WHITE RIVER BOTTOM LAND
Being parts of Sections 3, 4, H, 9
ana iu, i ownsntps iy and 20,
anga ö tast, Hamilton
OOli. ACEXTS WAXTEIP
TELL IT ALL
li? Mn. Ptmhoos of Salt Lab City, for 8 J
rar tlia Vila of a Mormott Uurh Pncat. la
trwluctioa by Nn, lwr. This atory of
woman 'a cxprrirnce lay, bar tha "kuiUn U jr,"
my .U nco, accrei doinga, etc. of tha Kormou a a
" muie moakr womam am tAeat." Bright, Pura
and Good, it H tha on new book ouC wtnalir
evrrjiuwuuf with fooa thmca for au. It la popular every-
, erery IkmIT, ana ouuru all ewer booka (Anrc to
MiniaUra aajr Cvrf fwrd V." Eminent mi
w iL Evarvbodr want itt and actnii am acilinf
irom 1 A to SO a lsy I Cätti Mmaawl tune in mrtmt V a
want JMH Mont tnufr attnU NOW nv n ar womea and
will mail Owlnt rrre to Uiom who will caavaaa. Ianta
iphlrta wiLa lull partiealara, trrma, ate. KMtrm aa ait.
lrr-.. OI'KKM CITY PI RLIBHINQ CO.. Ciaxtanaii. U.
Or KXCkLBloa rCBLUHlSO. CO..eu UaU.M.
Will be sold at public outcry.
& Co., on
by VllUan Ixve
liidea food la clas-sed amongHt the reliable
preparatlona of the day, aa proved by uae and
experience; It U always reliable, easily pre
pared, and readily taken by the little folks,
e advertisement of Foster's Second Texas
Gold and Laud Distribution.
to sweet, eo pure,
So safe, fo sure,
- Ho salted to each dental want.
The fragrant ÖOZODO.NT.
-.Mueh or the White Lead sold as pare Is
adulterated irom 20 to 50 per cent. Everv keg
of Kcksteln, Hill A Co n 4,rha?nix" white
Lead is warranted perfectly Dure, white, tin.
District of Indiana m: Indlanaioll,
the 5th dav of Kebraarv. lfTi.
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The nniir rsiirntHi nererjv aives nuure ut u
nnoint ment as ahKiunee of Bernard
M. llenrlne. of Indianapolis, in
the countv of Marion and atare ot inaiana.
itKin cdirt rflatr .ft. wnn hnjt been adlnaeeu
a bankrupt upon bis own petition by the Dis
trict Cour oi Mia aioinci.
J. J. Wi BlLLiMüsiibi, Asaignee.
1 and postpaM Tn
tu) to ?S CASH per week in aiL at noma or traroilnz.
Gomethiog new Addreas, Tha Severlv CowChioa
TMonev Invested in Puts and Pulla. nr ivn.
ble I'rlvllf-irea, has paid 50 to läu Der cent. troflt
the past month. Mm all or large amonntd rav
proportionately. Faraphlet srivlngiull explana-
iionwuvoa anpiicauou. btocKs bought and
Hold on three per cent, mnrein. AdjreHH T
XJAUKAUil, B MIX KM AN CO.,
Hankers and Brokers,
&2 and 66 Broadway and 7 tirhanei' f!ourt.
P.O. llor 5,(J. Neur York.
.a a a l . 1 .
ure; bis are1-!?, tne roue oi tue oruer. rrom
his draperv is suspended a heavy cross. Iiis
attitude represents him a? stepping lorward,
nia ceaa incunei as 11 in uieuuauuu. iuiu
ins could exceed the generous noblece and
sweetness of the fsco ot this ihe jrentl9 and
Cfttriot prlent of tbe revolution. Barry is the
!uff, hale, hearty, noble, brave hero, the
sailor, the man of courage and action.
Cbarlea Carroll, an exceedingly accurate
delineation, both in face and figure
modelled from the original paint-
inor' in old Independence Hall. U
amandine statue ol creat dicnity and sim
plioity of character. The fourth and lawf. of
the lile-siz3 statues is that of Theobald
Mathevr. representinjf him as presenting
the medal I the pledge in the work of hia
creat mission. From the official notes of
the designer your correspondent recapuu
latesthe following: Name ot sculptor, tier
man Kirn, now executinz the work at
are as follows: central nure, aioses, 10
feet high ; rock work supporting the same,
15leetbib; four figures, Charles Carroll, ot
Carrollton, John Barry, Archbishop Carroll
and Richard Montgomery, each 9 feet high ;
pedestals of each figure, 9 feet high; diame
ter of fountain, 90 feet;, diameter or pave
ment, 100 feet; height of central structure,
So feet, heieht of the four outside structures,
21 feet. The amount of material required
will be as follows: Uteps around fountain,
1.204. cubic .feet: steps around pedes
leet: basin, tsi cubic
rDyRpeDila! DvsDensla? That hvdra-heaed
disorder, with iUsad depresln of spirits, sici
headache, sour stoinacü. sealdine eructations.
oppressive fulinesn, loss of appeiHe, wan, waeted
appearance.ana ner vom deOUity,all indicating
imper;eciaig3iiion iiid asslm'dauoa of rood.ncd
thereby lack of nutrition, so Decenary to the
sac port of the body, can 3 effectually cu-ed by
ine use oi iioonnDu s ueiraQ xt.iierM, tne favor
ite pre'cnptioa oi thn eminent Oermaa Phvsi
clan, Crlsiooh W. llootlaad of .Lanzan-Salza.
Germany, the emcacy of which won for him
many rxia-ks of oistinctlou by the crowned
heads and nob lity ot Europe. It tones the
stomach tohelthy action, regulates the bowels,
arouses in torpid liver, promotes natural per
epirailOD, Invigorates the nerve., and restores
ail the runcuons of nature to vlsorous health
The efacacy of thisremetly in daily acknowl
edged by the happy nubjecti of its treatment.
who nowepy robust, glowing health.
lioouana a rcdophyilln fills are recom
mended when a bilslc purgative 1 required
They operate thomu jbly.wiihout griping. Tney
are wie orn anti-wiious pint extant.
JOIINMTON. HOLLOW A.Y & CO.. PrODrie-
tors, t-niiaueipnia. f old Dy an Druggists.
O FATE OFLVIll.VMä, JlAKIO.l lOl'ATI,
The 'l names joau ana uum woiupany vs.
Frank S.Newbv. Kos K; Newby, Hamnel Car
ter. Morgan lt. Shaw. Jobn H. Newby, The Aich
lsoo, Topeka Hanta re Kauroai rompaay,
Stouzhton A. Fletcher, ??r., John C. Fredeldey,
t'harleat. TrcKer, J-s'e .lonts, wm. h. .vaa-
dox, Wil'lam Hcott, Frederlelc ortnman, Hos
well Is. truerwon, r.vernart antt aiuos Mir
dis. lathe Super. or t'outt of .MarWti county,
in the State of Indiana. Jlarch lerm, ltri.i
lie It known, that en the ;tn aay or January,
1S7. the above naine-.l plalntiir, by her attor
neys, tiled in the oOiceof toe Clerk cf the Sore-
t lor Court of Marion countv. In th State of In
dinni. her comDlaint airalnxi. the above named
detendants for f -reinsure of morfne, and on
iaid-0tH day of Janunry, lflo,the Haid pla:ntin
tiled In wud Clerk's oiru-e the amuavii oi a com
nntnnt ter.on. Knowing that the avid defend
ants. The Atchison, Topkn aata Fe Railroad
Coanany, John C. Frtdoldey, Charles O.
Trtcker, v'm. h1. Maddox. Everhart, sro not
rftsiiif iits of t lie Ktate ni in tiana.
lhr-fore. tiv on er Ol halil Li"urT. 9a:a ae
fendanls la.st above uamt?d are hereby roilned
of the Ö'iDg and pendency of t-ald eompiaim
ucrainvt them, und that UllhüS thev appear an
answer or demur thereto, tt the e Hing of said
cause on the tecond c?av of tbe Term of Eid
Court, to be begun and haId at the L iurt uoue
in t he city of liKlisnajoilp, on tt e flrt Monoay
in March. lhT. said soriiulaint. mil the matters
and thine therein contnlnrd and lletred, will
be heaid anddetennlutd In thlr abseuce.
A H. UlfJVIi,CierK.
IlAl:UISON, UlSKS it MlI.LKR,
Attorney tor PlnlntlfT.
$Ci( FKK DAY at IIOMK S new articles
0CJ aud the bet Fainiiv Panfr In America.
Four ichromos free. FAMILY JOURNAL, 3c0
Broad way. N . Y .
t - - --
Wednesday, the Z4th day of February, 1875,
At the Court House door in Noblesvllle, Hamil
ton county, Indiana, to the highest bidder, lh
property known as the J. "M. Flander"s Htraw
town Farm. It will besilvlded In tracts of forty
rods In width, rannlng from the east line of tbe
and to the nver, with tbe exception of that
part of the northwest quarter of Section 3, and
the northeast quarter of Section t, lying south
and west of the road leading from Hlrawtown to
Cicereontalnlng about 106 acre. The tracts will
be offered with the privilege of one or more of
the additional tracts, until all are sold.
This land lies about six miles northeast of No
blesvllle and about one mile north of the Conner
Flooring Mill, on a fine gravel pike. This prop
erty Is owned by the Indiana National Bank, at
Indianapolis, and will be sold f.r one-fourth'
cash, or paper payable one rear after date, se
cured to the satisfaction of the bank, bearing
10 percent, interest, the balance payable In
three equal payments of two, three and four
years aner date, with tlx per cent. Interest, se
cured by mortgage on thepronertv old. th
notes to be without relief from valuation or ap
praisement laws, and providing for attorney's
fees if collected bylaw.
Any further Information may be obtained by
addressing as at Indianapolis, or at Noble vdle
on tbe day of sale.
WM. LOVE Sc CO ,
18 "(North Delaware St.
IDiAKAPoiJrt, January 13, 1375.
GRAND PRIZE CONCERT,
AI llnnütnn. TTai fcfcrM1 Ik s
$20 0,00 0
in tiold Coin, Choice I-ands, Farns end City
Kesidencfs. Among the prizes there will be
, gtS.Ut'O In UoUt.
Tbe real estate is pnt at its actual valne.
Capital Prize $10,OGO. In Gold.
It docs not make any difference how severe a
case of scrofula. Ulcers, fyphlils, 11 m pies,
Blotches. Ti tiers or Rheumatism is the-Sam a-
ratan'a I loot and Herb Juicea will care It. Syph
ilis, which has baffled the skill of physicians,
and for which they declare they can do noth
in exceDt patch np. is effectually and perma
nently cured, catarrh, which, up to tola lime.
has had Its own wa. It Is complelly eradl
cated. Kbenmatism, with Its tormenting
pains, is speedily removed, iimpies, Dioicnes,
tetter, that cause much mortification and
trouble, are banished In a short time. Aflec-
tlcns of the liver and kidneys are overcome.
and those organs made to perform their proper
runcuons. in a word, it renovates ana praces
np the whole body, expelling poisonous and itn-
bene at of
tbe remedy, and particularly such persons as
have given up all hopes of ever beicg cared. 1
Price H per bottle. Hold by wm. u cox, is
East Washington street, and by dragglsts.
Weddle. of Pierson township. Mr. Weddle
was offered 1100 for It by a prominent clti
Z9n of this city. It is a rare curiosity, being
about Bix inches In width and about four In
thickness, and freru the end of tbe roots to
the upper snrfice orthe tool h itself it meas
uns tight inches. It is supposed to be the
tooth ot a mastodon. Rut no matter what
kind of a tooth, it U still a wonderful curl
Wesley Jones, a farmer living 4ear Rock
port, while hauling lumber from the rail!
Wtd oesdiy. was thrown ander the wheels
b v the siippinz forward of bis load, and, 03
sides sustaining a fractura of both legs, was
ance: "Rest confident that the work will
positively be finished before April, 1876."
The financial portion of the worK is assured,
the correspondents of the Drexel Brothers
and Messrs. Anwaldt fc Wagner having
cbaree of the details. The statue will be ot
bronze, nine feet high, placed upon a granite
pedestal of a massive ana imposing char
JEWISH TRIBUTS TO LIBERTY.
The Jews, which in this city number more
than 10,000, and among whom are included
many ot the wealthiest and most cultured of
Philadelphias, took early action on tbe
question of their part in the great celebra
tion, and decided to erect in Fairuiount
Parkin lS7t a handsome hgure commemora
tive of religious freedom. The model for
thU work has lately been completed, and
the sculptor H now engaged in executing
the work in marble l ill ne sculptor.
M. Ezekiel, is an American and a native cl
Hichicond, Va. He is alsa a mem
ber of the Hebrew Association. His studio
is in Rome. His last work gained tbe first
orii ) at the Imperial academy of Berlin.
The central fieure is named "The Genius
of Toleration." It Is a majestic, powerful
female figure, eight feet high, represented as
standing upright, the right knee slightly
bent, and one loot tne least Dit advanced.
In her left band she holds the constitution.
tals. 000 cubic
from where feet; four pedestals, 2,003 cubic feet; outside pure matter from the blooi and system
ounds were I slab. 300 cubio feet; rock work, 1,800 cubic I our desire tnat all should receive the be
leet. Tbe material or tne wnoie structure
will be Tyrolese marble.
GERMANY HONORS HUMBOLDT.
No sooner had the Catholics taken their
first fetep than the Germans, urged on by
the enthusiasm of the hour, turned their at
tention to an unfinished undertaking, first
projected in 18u, and determined to rear
n Falrmount Park, in 1876. a colossal
statue cf Baron Von Humboldt. They
have engaged for their sculptor Prof. Drake,
of Berlin, who was a personal menu ana in
timate associate ot Humboldt, ana who, Dy
tbe last steamer, sent tbe following assur
h 't il .1 Mil 1
FOTr" VYii i 11 W and
k Sl li r in
1 t. J for
to nil nnrvli-
enntf!. This i
one ff tli Kircfst
jpp,t enm iiro-
pa;( over ."j O tine -nrnr-es.
and uives full di-srit-
tions, t.rices. and directwiiisi
Planting aliout rjno varieUcs
Vtwtabl and Flower Poods.
Mlding Plants. Rosof. Ac. and is
invaluable t Farmer. (iRrdener. and
Florist Address. D. M. FERRY & CO..
Seedsmen and FlorisU. DETROIT. MICH.
FITS CTjrtEI FREE.
Aa? person suffering from the above disease
Is re i u es ted to address Dr. Price, and a trial
bottle oi medicine will be forwarded by express,
Dr. Price la a regular physician, and has mads
the treatment of
FITS OK EriLEPST
a study for years, ana ne win warrsu eure
by tbe ase of hia remedy. Do not fail to send to
him for trial bottle ; It coats nothing, and he
WILt, CUBE YOU.
no matter of how longstanding your case maj
be, or how many other remedies may hav
failed. Circulars and testimonials sent with
1'BEE TRIAL BOTTUC
Address DB, CIXAS. T. PCICE,
67 William street. New York.
I..-. - 1 -u
THE BEST WOOD COOKING
. STOVE IN THE WORLD.
OVEll 100.000 IN DAILY USE
SOLI IX EVKKY
TOWN IN THE WEST & SOUTH
Momart of lmttntwn.
A. H O M IC
Wanted In the country fr a young boy of 8
years. Will cot be and pay part board. Only
onnti. rMtxcUble teoDle without small children
nredannly. For further Information apply to
THE PRAIRIE FARMER,
GREAT, LEADING, POPULAR FARM,
ORCHARD AND FIRESIDE JOUR'
NAL OF THE NORTHWEST.
iroii TdWS AND COCNTRY.
KÜK OLD AND Y0ÜSU.
Published weekly at-Cbloago.ln a neat quarto
form of elgtt papea, nanasomeiy uiasuaiea.
Terms. 2 Der year in advance, in all eases
ii is Mnt to nroDftv nostaee. '
Cheaper in duos, inreemonins on wiai, ou
cen ts. Frospect us anu sam pie copy rree.
Heralt at our risk, eltbrr by potoffice money
order, registered letter, bans aran or express.
If by express, prepay cnares. aares
' TI1K PR IKIB FARMElt CO..
lis Monroe street, cnicaao. iu.
Please stata In what paperyou saw this adver
To the Editor or the Indianapolis Sentinel:
E8TEEMKD Fbiixd Will you please Inform
your readers that 1 have a positive
CURE FOR COXSCHFTIOS
supported on the fasoes or bound Uvea of aisorae of the aDd Lnnes, ano
the states, while at the base of the su- I by lla in my pracUce, 1 have cured
pero ngure is seen an American eagie,
grasping in his talons tbe conquered spirit
of intolerance. The right hand is out
spread, protecting a youthful figure under
neath reDresentine religion. This diminu
tively formed, but rthetio figure is that of
a youth standing gracefully, with eyes up
turned to heaven -and bauds clasnea in
prayer, holding a flattened urn upon wfiich
burcj "tbe eternal dame." The goddess i.
. the laaln fieure is clothed ia armor,
but the mantle of "Deace." In broad folds
and graceful lines, descends Irom the
lelt shoulder to the rieht foot. It is held by
an agraffe, so that tbe right breast and lea
arm are eDosed. The American shield Is
worked upon tbe breastplate. Tbe head is
rleeked with the can of liberty, tbe rim of
which la decorated with a standing diadem
hundreds of cases, and will give
for a case it will not benefit. Indeed, so stroa$
la my faith. I will send a Sample, free, to any
satterer addressing me. Please show this lette
to any one you may Know wno is Bunenng croix
these diseases, and oblige.
IR. T. F. BURT.
19 Willi -m street. New Yor.
FaSrbank's Standard Scal&
Of all kinds, at manntecturan
ft 1 1 ajw, uj. u.
WW. V. CIAT.IXTT.
43 and 43
i-ii-JlN. 1 ennessee 01.
Scales repaired by experienced work. men.
COMMENDATOItY. "Having, film our lonsr
arqaaintance with J. E. Foster, every confi
dence in bis integrity, we feel JuxtlSei In sayicg
weieiiee tie 111 carry vui mis aliriDtll:on
homstly and fairlv." Signed by the Mavor,
the Hon. J. T. D. Wilf-on, and the clt v council.
That old and rellaole paper, I he Houston Tel
egraph, which rarely condescends to notice in
dividual enterprises, says of the first drawing:
"Not even the most captious and suspecting
persons eoul d take exceptions to tbe manner raj
the drawing. It was fair, honorable and equit
able. Tbe committees and recorders were of
our very best cltltens, and kindly gave their
time and labor to tne superintendence of the
drawing, or rather did the aetnal aboroflt.
'Capt. roster nas acted honorably and falrir
throughout tbe whole management ot this en
terprise. While some money has been made bv
tbe venture in all probability, yet Uie property
given as prizes has enly netted a fair prloe, and
tne prom is ouiy an exenange or tne nroDertv
That staunch democratic paper, the Houston
Age, baa the following:
I of gentlemen was one of the brst that crmld
have been seiectea Dy the audienoe. The Hon.
1 1). U. Ilarziza, who supervised the drawing, is
our present representative, and one of tee most
I popular men ui ;ue aisiricu
was prencea by an explanation from Capt
Köster, of the mode adopted. 1 his was well re
ceived and understood, precisely as explained
by the circulars, tfapt. Foster &ald that white
he wished all hU home people good luolc. be vet
was free to say that with lue people of poor Mis
sissippi. Louisiana and HoutU a roll n a.
he leic a greater sympamy, and ne
did hope they would draw the largest lum
ber of pries, that they mieht come to a free
country, and make a white man's living.
This sentiment was received with load oaeeis.
"The drawing -as then proceeded with, and
tberesult Is announced elsewhere."
No connection with the Dennisoa, Wagley A
Lockhart, er any other similar enterprise.
Tlehrt, $3 00 tjach.
and a liberal dtsconnt on orders for a greater
number. KLL1ABLK AUfcNTM WANl'KU.
Must have the conCdenee of the community in
which they live. Send for circular. Reference
Dunn, Barlow A Co. s Reference Eook, found
inallbanxs. T. w. huhk. Treasurer.
Address, J. E. KOHTKll, Manager,
. u -i- 1 I
TOTICE OF ADMIXISTRATKIN.
Notice is hereby given that tbe undersigned
I has neen appointed Administratrix nf the estate
of Job Cooper, late of Marlon county, deceased.
Haid estate Is supposed to oe solvent.
. aaj I-..L i . i i a 1 a
LADIES AT HOME
And Men who have no other business, wanted
as gents. rovel plans, pleasant worK, koou
pay. Hend three cent stamp for pamculara.
i n Urapiiic Company, &MI l ajk Place, Ne
i A AT
If I JMC
CBtrallv Loratcil,' Etantlv riirnislied.
The Commercial Hotel of the City.
THE ALLUMNI ASSOCIATION
OF THE MEDICAL. COLLEGE OF OniO.
A nifx-tiue of the irrad nates la called for Peb-
ruarv 25. 2 p. it.. In the oollge building. The
Hon. O. Volne7 Dorsey. of Plana, o., elass el
186, has consented to deliver tbe first aunnal
address. Details for an organization, electlxic
ofllcera, eto., will occupy the meeting. The ad
dress will be delivered commeueemnt evening,
February 25, at nte s opera uonse.
robkrts B P.THOUJ w, H. IX, Dean.
W. W. HfcliLYi M. D., bC.
MILLIONS ARE MADE
EVERY WEEK IN WALL STREET.
We Issue a weekly paper and pamphlet skew
ing the various method of operating la Kock
and Uold. Bam pie Copy Free. Double prlv.
lieges negotiated on members of the Htocl li-
cbange. Htock bought on mall margin. Col
lections mada, J.HH,M.1BUIAS
Bankers and Brokers, 7 Broadway, w . x.
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WT A KfTI?r Kentaorthebestseln;
V A. 1 ri U l'ilie Packages in the
world. It contains 15 sheets piper, loenveiopes.
Pen, Pen Holcker, Pencil, patent Yard Measure,
package of Perfumery, and a pieoa of Jewelry
(Single package, with, elegant prize, poät paid, li
cenU. Ctro isrfree.
liHUiS A CO., 7Ö9 Broadway, K. Y.