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   Danville Hendricks County Union (Newspaper) - June 8, 1871, Danville, Indiana                                 HENDRICKS GODNTY mm.  PmblUhtd Every '^Thnnday.  JOHN. N.SCEARCE. Ed. & Proper.  Office—^, side Public Square, over H, M. Smith 8 Drug Store.  TEEMS OF SIBSCUIPTIOX: One eopf, oue year,.....62 00. j  Ifa^ Suhscribers tcho do not givf fxprest no- \ - ee to the contninj l<fore ikf riyiration of ihc ear, teill be eoiuiJered as icishiiifj to continue  1>1ÎY G001>S.  "Equal Jind Exact Justice to j^H Men, of "Whatever State or I»ersxtasioii." 8. ■  DANVILLE, HENDRICKS COUNTY, INR. TflCRSPAY, JUNE 8, laTl. W^Op; m  T. H. FELLOWS  DU. T. HUNT.  PRSMIXJM UBT  OF THE  F£LLOWS & HUNT, NIJiETEEXTfl MîiliiL FAIR  Coatesville, Ind.  DE.ILERE IN  or THE  UenJric/cs CoiUify A'fl. Sociciy,  TO IIK lltLÜ AT TUE  Fab Grounds, NearDanvills,  Aug. V.OÛt, 3()(h, 3l5i and .SrpC. Is.'. 1S71.  I :idbe!t............................................  ' best fine wool buck lamb........................  best long wool ewe................................  lid best...........................................  best long wool ewe Iamb.......................  j " 2d beit ............................................  best uiiddlo wool ............................  ; id best ............................................  bott fine wool ewe.................................  I fieil............................................  ; bc.-t fi.ne Wool Iamb..............................  ....................tr—--^iT-r-r—-  3 01) Beit pair woolen bUnketf, boBM-qmd«^..^' 3 00  4 00 ; " ten yarJg flannel.....___............... 2 Od  GOO " fiv« yards woolen can»et.../.....................2 00  3 00 " five yards rag carpel .I.......1.......V... 1 OD  ■1 00 ; " ]>air woolen stocking........... 1 00  2 00 " pair " socks ......1 M  5 00 j " five yards jeans t 00.  3 00 i " five yards Unsey....ii*^..«....'.«.  I 00  CLASS A — S£CTJ0X1.  lloTfcs/or Gcn-r^i ISir^taa.  Be-! st illion, -1 rears old and over.........00 ■ l'"^''" turWev.,..................................  .. 1. -a''•• •• 1". Oü ' ............................  Dry Goods,  Hardware, Groceries,  Queens, Glass,  Tin, Ware,&c  CASH FOR Gijons OR PRODUCE  CLASS F.  roultry. De.-:t j.air chichens...............  five yards flax Un«n..lii....................,1 M  " counterpane............Uf.......¿.......«.U; \i 0®-  " patch-work quilt.... ¡il........................5 W  piece qailt..............iij............................4 60  ; " »bite quilt.............................................00  I " log-cabin quilt........|.i........................5 00  " bed comfort,  ; ** rair tablo-clothi............2 00  " half doien toweU.....i.......................I ®®  : " foot  uiat...........................................................*  ^ (H) i " madodroii..............^.i^....„„'...8.M  xnade shirt............< ......1 00  G fO  •■! 00 ■ S 00 2 00 ,  2 00 2 00  CLASS a.  Grairt.  K' 00  i 2 bc: t.............................................. ^ t/u Í  ; «I kllion 2 years old........................ o I'u '  I 2a b(;st........J................................... o 00 i  i bett it iiiicn I year old......................... b 00 ?  ; 2d I est.......'...................................• 3 00 i [Articles in this class to be raised during . , v. „ ■»  I beit it Uiipa cvU................................. 0.. • the year, cxhibiiod by the producer, and as : B.st double corcrlet.........  j -d U'st.......................................... 3 Ort coniinp from the inachiiic.]  : Best u ate -í vearí üid aud over.............. in (iO  CLASS M-sl^CtiON 2..  Michine Hr-^gr-^'-^'-^  > «  S III)  le.-t............................................ 4 «1(1  bcit n arc 2 year« old........................... G (tO  2.ibert........................................... Oti  0  Best buihel corn, white ........................  be-: bu5hel corn, vcUow.......................  lic-^t buibel wtieat, white....................  belt pair woolen blaTiVtctsf^-3i>^j 'best 10 yards flannel.......^M»—»»««»«......  - M)est 10 yards fulled cloth..—.................  - best 10 yards jeans............................  - "" bcit 10 yards linsey .......t. ..........-......  The Nebraska, Culiforuta, Kansas aud lite B. LanAs.  MANHOOD  Li tlie YooqsaadSi^^Geiieràtioa^  Tbe starting, poiota^-of tKU ^«t«' ftrii at Chicago afad. Peoria. • cetttnl |>òÌQt is BÇBkINGTpN>.oir xbr^  issippi. ' It ^ÄToree» lUinoi» ' iiBd th¿¡ Tk« Teg«uüT«p»w«r« oWteM«'iti<M^. Vatìaa «h'rie -bHaath of boathern-Iowa.'^ tbe'Bíiásoári, its trunk, forks ioto^ three branebès^ for it ba? three wefto^ 4er* mioi.. ' ' ' ' ■  Its nortbern. tcnoÌDiisi if .0i)ttDeiI Bluffs, where,' crossi«^ to Offisb'v it connects-vitb the iXbion Paciîûia for all places on tbV intra coDtmental áod P»  how of tra the palUdbw. the ÌMk-lustf«  . ■ » , .. - V ..  •ye and eaaaeipati^fontt^udtheiBiiMitibiUtr of sppncatlOB to Hcatal ■he« Its haa*^ iniufc*». . It looa bMomesovMrattoth'vo^aeeî^ ver that sMaa.dermsiBC lafluaei U «heclüac  cifio slopes. OverlandiraveLand traffio. , _ v ^ • ° .  choose this toliablo ToSle more „d  chooserJUtts ^ toUablo Toaie aiiore. ánd '■mòri.--  lis oext tcrniBaa is-  : A-  ■—AMD— ... .  BOX STOTES.™  SlItTWN  - :» V /  -AíSD-i.  We Manu^iictiir« cut^'Tib and 8lMet-tre« .Waèéian^^Scirit aiietfjlaad wholsaalee» as «Kvoiri^e terñts as can he »«rchaseA la ti^  Wket..,. . ' t -  Qiát^fy» ^ '  Mansoii's Copper Lightning Bod  bcii bii'hul ■■ red ......................... 2 00 m jardf ca?sinette.¿......  b<.íi bushel oat.-'.................................. 1 best 10 Tardi cassimere.».....  bcr^t a arc tv U...................................... i  tktí:ms ca^sii.  Jan 12 IbTl. ,  2,J I .........  3 (I'J  ' bcrt gi'lding 4 year..» oKl and over.......... 10  i bt.-t gcl.iiu.^ ycuri oK!....................... G ími j  ^ bcft Í l'i ding 2 years I'Ui........................ CU ¡  bc.-t 1-jsho! fi.ij: íocd.............................  bc.-t bii.-hel bluc2;!ass..........................  li..'ft bu.'hel timothy..............................  bcit burhol red clover..........................  1 00  1 00 ;  1 00  1 00  2 00 I ion.  CLASS ÍÍ.  Dairy Products,  CLASS A—SECT fox 2.  JL rn.' j\-r Li-jiti Ur.m'!S.  CLASS II.  ya^f.lihUs.  oo 0 00 :  UISINKSS CAUDS „ . ,,  • Bo5i collccUun of vci;etaVk\- ..............  ,1. J i , B,.-t:.-.a;uon'iv.arfoI.i and over............ l.-O-»: " h.-i¡! bu.hc! ¡ ol:i!f.c.-Pcach-blow..... 1 00 '  ATT0S>EY, ri.u.11 .V III:.UI:ST.\tí: .\'ui.M.' .. „.-.¡.r^ vea,.-....................io,.. ■• - •• whito-.prom. i oo,  DANVllLi;. INDIANA. i.^.i.cft............................................. uo  OFFICE— Bank.  jon  /Vttorricy a t Ltiw. OFFICE in G.'oon -: Hlrrk South .-i le^ Tubac ,  \ Best 5 potindi butter..........................  bci^t chcc.-e........................................  ; best half g.i'.lon maple ...........  ' best 6 pounds honey, in cumb..............  CLA&5 O.  Kilchen I'loiucts, .Jt. Early (ioodrich 1 00 Be.-t Ioii.f wheat bread, salt or milk rising,  DA.NV 1I.1.L. 1>->1A. - . i.'c.., f-obiin.- 4 v.-a» o!d and ov.:r......................- " Karly Uo.^e..........lOo boinc-made.......................-............................; < P i luxUry of a)Oc]ern travcl; aud whlie OD I oheek with the bloora of health. Alas! increase XO.  CE—In .Nave s New lUv.cV; over tbi n:nre ; ' • • - ........... I^ihi " any kind................lOo bcit loaf corn broad, bora.-wade........................| your Way, survey the sardeo of'Illinois i  U•^t ..arc uu Jor ; vcar:......................... O- " " s^vcvt pota<..o.-. red..............100 Uo-t cake made with sugar.. .........................lOO 400 ^00 -icrPS i ^^ ^^^^^ on? ^^^ ■  ^ ^ U-.-t Mau or mares....................nu -' Bo.n ha!f .„'cet Potatoes yenvW... be.t eor.e:tion of bread nr.d cuke, by one and a. We.l 33 4UU,UUU acres ' ,  !S. i^ rit .'Vi, C» II vVrS , ____; .. toUcctiun bcct^........................... 1 I'O exhibitor..................-..........................................» 00 of prairie in Southwestern iowa, DOW ID ener-ies of the systcui-are prostrated, and the I M  CLASS A—SECTION 3.  }lu:vy l)r<t/t Ilo-ffs.  > !U ire.  Danville,  W. LOCKHART, M.D.  , Ben .'l.iüion 5 rc.irs old and over.......... 2') 00  I.VIUANA, .. , - .. .......... .....  " .......... Ill i'O  — .-i.:u!:iir -i  • ' .:i>niu:i ur. Kr 4 vcar?..........................................1" no  2 ; I c-; ...............r.......................................................^ rti  aqtiarp, u¡:<¡cr J vv.Tr.-..............................................G <>•'  RcsiiK-noo on S.r.îTÎi r.'.^t, fornu-r'y occu- .............'......"..,"...............................3 I'-O  !" ¡reMiii4 under 1 vcnr?........................................G im  b..-.;; pair drift .-•itiiir.al-................................................10 oO  pied by Uev. H. 1.. lf.ckcr?.tn,  DANVILLK, I.\UIA-VA. juncS Ci'J.  J. B. HARLAN & SON. ""  'JFFICE—In lloui.iu s ik-w lUiil iiu^, «i.-Btairs,  D.VNVI M.i:. INDIANA.  CQr .N'itrous Oiide Ij as insfttrod when -- d>!fiired.  turni¡>í..............  " onions ........................  •' VHriusio- toiuatooi......  " f hi; ashes...... ..........  " ]>uii!]>kins ...................  iHiions .......................  .■•¡.v call!'«gl'i................  .»ix cjcuuiber:: ..............  doren pci'i'ir?.......................  pe.'k H-i;i;e ¡ícaní................. 1 i'O  2 ,marts Lima beani...............*. 1 00 i  1 ''0 best collection of jellies _  1 00 be;t colieetion fruit buttet..................  2 Oo beit collection pickle:  Kcfalrafltli« t^J^lw'lDilOT^ the country. This is]  theMisionri st 'PlattsmOQtb. This isj  the only direct aTcnue to the South Removed from ■  Platte country, where the sales of rail-| ordinary diversions of the ever-changing |®® P"^ "P »'i*'*  1 00 I road land last sbason, rose to half a mill- i ^^^^^^ ^^ ^^^^ the power, oi the body, too I Sinn of the MammoUi Gold«» Coff^«|ej  Its third termiDUS i.s at Ilanjburg.and j enfeebled to give zast to healthful and ru-! August 2 1866.U9.^ ILLE^ INDIANA, Nebra.,ku City. At llumburg. it makes I ^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^^ i _____________ggy  i close ccnncctions, twice a day. tor ct. | - | FUKis ITUKE  2 00 Joseph, Leavenworth, Kansas City, and ' themselves. }-----1-----—.  ~ Qj, the whole Southwest. | If the patient.be a female, the approach of the '  1 00 In journevinf; then, from the Kast to'; i  Kansas, via'Burlington, you enjoy ad-:anxiety, as the first |  i vantages you can secure on no otlier line., -rymptom in which Nature shows her saving pow-1 ^ You both pass over a road second to no ; ° i  i other in speed, .«afetv, or any Pullman the circulation and visiting the ; ^iVr> OHAIXtS,  111 West. Wasliiogton St., Opposite  State ilouse.  My many friends %Till plejise" accept my i market at low prices and Ions eiedif. whoi. ; i i . , i thanks for their liberal patronage extended  Keen it then before people^ westward ? - '»"-Sed. The beautiful „e.ince I first preset^ted myself before the-.  JOHN IL MASTERS,  DEALKR IS - ■  FURMTliRE, MATTRESSES,  Î I'O bc.tcati  I  CLASS A- SECTION 4.  ûr the  CLASS I.  J'iim Imp ¡Crn■:n it.  CLASS P—SECTION 1.  .4 pplei.  The Lowest Type of Hiiiuaity.  1 The following is an extract from au  i Beit collection apples, S of each.............. S 00 : article On ''Barbarism and Civilization,"  . , , , : bos 12 varieties winter apples, eight of I io the "Atlantic Monthly:  I.c_-t pk w for general purposes............... 5 Oo each................................................ o 00 ' ■ J  T. :N\ JOISKS,  t . f . .V I, I r. 1 s  Walfhn, flo.'k:. S;i\;TW.;rf. urn! Cohl Jf\vclr\ EAST s I u r. HF i- r it 1.1 (• s u A i: i:'.  DANVILLE, I.\l). WSf^ IlepainiJi; Neatly ]-^xocuted. ""ücíí  3. V. BAt>l,í:V. J. tí. Oi.M N.     Í J liilc? of tili.s c!a:    ■s win tnkc    into    COtl-      ^¡•î.'tb',' .-iic. forili, svinr.i-'t    ry    . cai    i and      i! nf e.'ioh .initiîuî    Cxl'.ibitfl.l                  i;.'í-l tr>>ttin^ innre or    c-biing ....    ____    ......    M i.'O      bi'ft [lif-u.;: mûre tr ge    idling.........        ......    11,1      " rj.-kin;;        ____    ......    111 rm      " -talUftn.....    ................    ...    ......    Iii (HI      " pariti;: >ta'h..a.....    ................    ____        i!l Oil      •• tri.tti;.- .....    ...............    ...    ......    10 OU      r'or tbc ii.;'tc or gfldi    exbibit;    "S    tb«          u uit «n'i i-'f-^t    .........«......    ...    ......    Î.; C'O     .irod................................. 4 00  onc hnr.-e plow..............................  p'.OW.................................  iioul>le ííjovcl l'îu'.v ........................  .-ingle '■ .......................  cuitivatnr .....................................  best six varieties winter »pples S of each. 2 00  2 00 :  o y,) ; Section 2—Petm. - Bc.'t collection..................................... 5 00  On the Island of Borneo there has been found a certain race oH wild creatures, of which kindred varieties have ;  1 best single varietV..v.!^ 1 00 i bccn discovered in the Philippine Island t best three Varieties.............................. 1 , in Terra del Fucc»o, and in South Amer-  ... , . .. . , , .. . to my new FOLDINO SOFA, which, irhea  . oieeas in anxiety, and ianctes tho grave but folded, becomes at oncc a very neat^ind com—  i waiting for it, victim. ■  LOl >GE still continues to hold ita high rank iu the estimation of the public as the most „ convenient and practical Bed Lounee eTer yet  embolt:j Lxtbaci . Bt-car, for Weakness manuf.tctured. I keep on hand at alltime »  • I full stock of  arising from excesses or early indiscretion, at- j LOUNGES,PARLOR SETS, CHAM  tended with the following symptoms: Indi^po- ' ^^^ SETS,CANE SEAT CHAIRS,  J poms, inaupo JXJ) ROCKERS, SOFAS, EA^  ^Ltion to exertion. Loss of Power, Loss of Mem-  " he.:!-.iriil and .-ecd-.-^o'.ver............. 2 00 K^qt -iiv v.ai-ii-tii'j .............. 2 00 ' - m - ii j ^ i . " ^  oest .IS \a.ieiics.................................. ol , ^^^ They walked, usùally, almost srect  Stctivn 'Ô—Peackfs. '  ii.vui^î-:^' A: oc;i>i:rs,  ^ 11 o r u t \v s a t l u M Av .  0FF1CK--Na>e^ Ñ. V. Buil iinp. I'p-^t.^ir-DAXVJI.S.»:......  ii.vcici Vii-r.  n^.s I'icalcd pcrniHiii-nt :_v nt l'anvii!»-. I ud.  OFKh'K. M i!!-. ,>! Whltv i'.ira-  er. lU.SU'KNl'K. door o: lli'.î c;  Hf!»s l)r_v Ci.io i» o. gtìf" cats- ;-.r<t::r;>îîy atte!!!!--;! to.  CLASS A—SECTION 5.. i  Bert ^inlH'.'ii t'f ar;y or eia;;;............ 2.'i  ¡i.arc " " ........... !-■' I'll  ¿t.i'lion .Ili i íivc lot coUs ur.dfcr seven  ..............  CLASS i;.  .l'.'. Jeun: a r.ud  Br lì j.iCh, Ei::y riC'...........................  " ye.ir,- oÜ a:id o\er...........  " ycarhii.: ui'iiu............................  " inuU: rv.it .................................  »'0  ..■¡I» IUI  "Il  í- I " ' I  .. |<i> . -i Ml  nc!á-ro!:or........................................................................ó 00  t« o-hor.-i- harri..n-.....................................................'! (lO  c« rn p!.-.;itcr.......................  ■vvoi.-U'ii I'Uir.p.....................  bie bivf...........................  íaria L'.Ue.........'......................................................2 00 ,  whcelbarr.jw ..............................................................00 * fiest coTt'.ctivli-.  r'-a.i-it''r;nn'(..... ... ..... .. ^ ii.. : »-----........  fra:l bui.ier ....................................................................1 0!' best G varieties...........'  friif: patiicrer ..............................................................I Oii best single variety..................  ii.iv r.ike............................................................................1 ""  n.\. liKide ill ludiaiia............................................1 <'0  ¡üaJ.j il) Indiana............................1 00  I>ii5cuUy of breathing, General AVeakness,  i on two less, and in that attitude they 2 Beit colloction.................................... 5 00 ; measure about four feet in hi"ht. They Disease, Weak Nerves, Trembling,  ami I,t iix varieties (named)...................... "l-yi construct no habitation, form^" no fami- ' r .w x- v.  1 <"' ue.-t sitigle vanetv............................... 1 00 • . ' t , - ! Ureadtul horror of death. Night Sweats. Cold  lies, scarcely associate together, sleep in, . ° '  caves or trees, feed on inake.'* and ver-! Feet, Wskofurness, Dimness of Vision, Langour,  1 A r*i ^ /"i or ^ rf^ r» wir, t jt .'k n I ^ t^ rt n ^ Vi  2 00 I  Section-i—Grajtcs.  lËi*'  ' min, ants, e£;gs, or mice and on each !  sr CHAIRS. LIBRARY CTIA IRS, WIIA T-NO TS, IIA TRA CKSAND CEN' TER TABLES  Of all varieties, a.' I have remarked herete-fore I invito compari ¿on with luy competitor* in regard to quality, workmanship, »tjle and finish of my gdods ifith the judgement in my favor that a discriminating public has awarded mo. I full satisfied to let my goodi go befor*  "{ 00 i other. Thev cnnnoi bc tanied or .-^"''^''"^'-J'assitudc of tho Muscular Srstem.itheir e i^n merits. Aitare inrited  " ' * - - - , g^va cÀïi. iTodgiiix my earàe<t"au<!.->-  CLASS Q.  I h trcrs.  CLA^S K.  Carri s ar.i H'.v;  1 tio I to any labor, and are hunted at^-l shot , the trees like th» preat gorrilla,  i of which tl.oy ai O a stunted copy. When | toms, hot hands, Flushing of the body. Dryness i tley arc capturcd alive.one finds withsur-; of the Skin, Pallid countenance and Eruptions  Oftpn -..TN • r, ! SÌ nccrc cfforts to giv 0 y OU satisfacti'iB in eTC.ry  UitenLnormous Appetite with Dyspeptic Symp- respect. Y,.urs Very " -  Best collection green-house plant«.......... ^ Oo n^ise that their uncouth jabberiuiT sounds r>„- • , , , . i —  i'-t •• ni.es iu bloom.................. 3 00 laoHuncei. Tbev turn up ! ^^^ | -  ery Respeotfuliy,  JOHN H. MASTERS,  141 West Washington St., Indianapolit.  cbrv^3nlhemums............... 2 00 ; , , ~ , , .- „ , , , i  ......;..................... 2 00 ' a human face to saze ' at their captors, r Lyehds, trequently black spots flyingbeforethe ; ---------  bcit  Be^t t-arrhip- ..................................... 15 __________  •• t-.p ! c¡i.v'y ..................................................................lo M' i.cít collection verbenas, in bloom........... 3 00 and femr.les show in.-tincts of modesty,  " I ¡.CIS b i.'cy ................................. s " ' be.-t ba^ket cut ro.-^cs.............................  •' h'T.-'.- wagiin ......................................................i.t.'t ba.-ktt cut flowers...........................  --Ul-tbv.|UCt..........................................  CLASS ].— SECTION I. - i o-^l Uoral omamentand display of plants  ,, , , of all kiiiJs................. .....................  l^tVEltY  I ;;;; and in fine these wretched beings aie Suffusion «and Loss or| Si\.LE STABLESj-  loo men. ; Sight, Want of Attention, Great .Mobility, Rest-j  Moi i^i:,  liHKK.V S lll.iU K,  DANVILLE. - - INDIANA. W. II. BLUiK, ITopT.  This i;oU'! hr,«. ju'-t brcti cma.j.l!''■■ 1 rtr.d opened to ihc public, a:.,; tiiv pii.tp;:-.-.or solicit? the pHtiOitap- o! li.lVv';or5. .May 1.% 71.  ' T wiLsox:  I>.VN Vil.I.!;, IM).,  where be will bc happy to seo a'.l his oíd cuslomeiT) and snany new ones as ui:iy favor him with a call.  .. |<i> . -i Ml  Moi i^i:,  liHKK.V S lll.iU K,  DANVILLE. - - INDIANA. W. II. BLUiK, ITopT.  This i;oU'! hr,«. ju'-t brcti cma.j.l!''■■ 1 rtr.d opened to ihc public, a:.,; tiiv pii.tp;:-.-.or solicit? the pHtiOitap- o! li.lVv';or5. .May 1.% 71.  ' T wiLsox:  I>.VN Vil.I.!;, IM).,  where be will bc happy to seo a'.l his oíd cuslomeiT) and snany new ones as ui:iy favor him with a call.     jaik ana ó !    c..,!:^...........................    . . . 0    U'.l          CL.VSS C-SKCTI'JN 1.                                    11.    .«t 1 ulU    rcari tM an.i i \ er.............    »    1 i"l          .'■J !.. -t    ■ * ......................    .. i:.    IM <1.1      b(    bii.I U .1  i^i bo • t ...    tíNi.........................    .. i.'    1 I !  f.l      hi.    bu:i ::    \ t-urs uM..........................    .. j I    Î          M    .......................................    ..    i;..-      bc    .1 vc;irl;r.    ;; i^^iä...............................                  '.'d bc-t...    ........................................              b.    l.uii CI    li f....................................    0              •Zà bet ..    ... ...................................    n    i-'i      b,    it C"» ■'*    vcar; oi 1 aü i uvcr............    ..    ill)      '    t if    li    .. I'J              2 i bet ..    ...............:........................    S    (lit      l.        yr:i-i olJ .........................    .. 10    tni          bc-t ...    ........................................    .. 5    Ol)      b    •ft CO»- 1    year cM.........................    ..    (1,1          be.t..    ......................................    "I    i.h      b.    ;-t btifcT    calf..................................    t'              best..    .......................................    .1    I'Sl     CLASS R.  Pi'.iutin'ji,  5 00' If vou b.ive bronchitis or Tickling of the r'"^ssness, with horror of society. Nothing is . Throat u^o " J Drot'S." It will cure.  (Thir ■svi!! awar-i Di( to tbc  i.c-'t of all Uiiid? 0! m.iohiiiery for tuo u>e of  the farm and the tr.echí-.tíica! art.';, ai. i ii'.aüufüe- jj^j; pointing, landscape  t Jrcr.-are in.r.iia!ly invited toexhil'it at...ur !>c-1 oil paintiiig, portrait,..  C..II.Í1Í- i^v.'rv facilite can be of- bcit water color, landscape.  . - ;,c.-t water Color, portrait. ..  tcre.i £.y tiio board, wwl bc. fur ta. ir a..,-oa:mo- ^^^^^^^ , ^^ f^^jt............. v ,,„ „¡j.,^ ^^^ ^^ eorrespoildents.  .latían, and t.r>,;>or «pa-e ivi'.l be given on the j.e.-t piece of fiuit or flo.veis, in oil.........  crounds fur all. No entry foe wiil b-.- I'hargo 1, b<■^t painting of animai, la oil...............  be.-t I'hromo !and--cape..  best chromo y. irtrait......  b-j.-t pencil drawiuj.....  Let arobitcctural plan Í  -------------------------------, pi AQc C—^FCTION  J. R. ARMSTRONG. ^ ' -  CUSTOM TAILOR, ic t herd of breeding caüle, containing  I.Mi. a cbargo of iO oeiits will be ui.ide for the .li; ioma.)  Mahui'¡-tar'! nf I.tjllrr.  ^ , , ,v V - - leii than two ♦.¡iousacu aouars...........  (To be cxiiio.ted by the Jl.inutacturer. ) , paiii'in^  Best d..>uble carria.:e hsrae.-s................. 12 01 be-t ¿raiijinij, work oak ........................  '• ^iGgU• harue;;- ............................. > { ■> be.«: grainiii j: wi,rk, any kind..................  " double «a^oti harnc.'» .................... i 'i best piece s.^ulptare work.......................  " ladv'!■ ia'.Mie................................ j V' be..t monument ....................................  " gontleaiaii'f saddle........................ i C "! be^t lettering on tomb stone.................  liridlc..................................................................................1 best collection paintings »cddrawing-....  " pair fine ............................... i 00 best col'.ection sculpture work................  " pair ouar^e boots............................ 2 o') beft photograph, landic-ipe..................  ! " pair nieu": shoe«............................ 1 best photog lapti. l ortrait......................  j " ladv's .-hoes.................................. 1 UO best photograph, builJlnj....................  j " -----bc.st ambrotype....................................  ! CLL—SECTION"'' ; ^«'t coUection photograph*, aaibroty pes.  Jl :rii.ifú(!urfZ v,' H'tOi/.  Room, or^r Clirlsiic d- JItuii's Groo ru, i lejs than five..................  DVNVILLH, - . INI) ;le<t herd of íU-crí, not les« tUa  •iLLi:,  Rice will pcrs.5eaUy atten: Culling KniincjiS, and giiarantce.s good Give him a eaW, and icarc your measviro m "ipankey" suit of "Trettiiig Harness." May 4, ISTl.  L N. McCOKMACK '  Fashionable Tailor,  East Side Public Square,  D.VNV1LI.E. IND.  not leji than five............................. Í0 00  n tire... io Od  holùtypes, ie.....  best collection wax flower».......  [To be exhibited by the Manufacturer.] i  MISGELÍiASEOUS.  bejt extension table........................ 3 00 . <,!. v. • «»  bre«kf»«t table.............................. 2 00 x! ........................  " bei-tead....................................... „ gj, i best specimen 25 tile.,........................  ! rest steer 4 years old and over............ 1« 00 cabinet furniture, not to include ' ^Mt lot cooperage ...........................  ........................................................: .nythiag «hibiscd .cparately............ 10 00 i specimen m»rble«orlt .................  ..................... i: best set parlor furniture........................ 10 U# EQUKTBIE^E.  i<  10 00  «teer calf...................................... í» 00  best eitting loota set............................ ó 00  i  AU work made in the Latest styles by |rou>i workmen, and good fits guarr^titecd. Otve him a call. Marcli 71.  CLASS C-SECTION 4. j  Siciqitiakit cn CaHle. I Best ball of any age or class............... 25 00  CLASS L-SECTION 3.  IietJ!e iVor.h.  Best lady eqneatnaa, not less than fire  Best lady eqneatnaa, not less than fire         no          Oll      .)    LIO ;          OD      V • >    O't      V*    (i't      5 •»    il l, 11 ■ i '      o          o    Oll          Uli      o          *ì    >Hl          UO      c    Oll      ;>    ua      It    Ito      ^    Oll      ó    cu      <>    HO      o    Oll      î    00      I    ÜU      5    00      3    tH.i      •>    00      1    00      1    00      1    00      1    Oit      1    00      1    00      o    OD      lô    00      10    00     Gray and brown are the two most;  Long sashes are to be worn this laitner, the baw to be made small and  Over two hundred wometi are now | working farms ou their own account in i the States of Iowa and Indiana. This ;  There are stylish young ladies whose j  In that dre.idful disease,CROL'P, "4 Drops' •  a a « ^ •-f  dy, a sensible girl, gives the following! ......  catalosue ol different kinds of love: Asyl.mi, and the melancholy deaths by |  The sweetest, a mother's love; the long-  more desirable to such patients than Solitude,'  ........................ - , _ j  p AND I'^AXCIKS i^OK : '  I selves; no Repose of Manner, no Earnestness, ■ 'Po write and fear not." is what the! no Speculation, buta hurried Transition from,  Ilavin r purc.alised tho  BKICK STABLES,  Gray and brown are the two most;  one question to another.  Sigrn of tb. 3 ''Black Horse.  Long sashes are to be worn this laitner, the baw to be made small and  These symptoms, if allowed to go on—which , this Medicine invariably romovos—soon follow ,  South of southwcit corner of Public Squarci  Dan-I'ilio, Itidiaua.  Over two hundred wometi are now | working farms ou their own account in i the States of Iowa and Indiana. This ;  WK have made ariangenients by which will be rci.dy at all times to buy  one of which the patient may c.xpirc. j HORSESJ ANDIMUIJBS,  For \vh!.:li wo will pay the  W«  During the Superintendence of Dr. Wilson at ' -p^ ^ -y ^^^ g j-j-  the B;«omingdale Asylum, this sad result occur- '  There are stylish young ladies whose j  to two patients; reason had for a time left  We arc also pr pared to furnish Feed and St.kll Koosi, by the single meal, day or week.  I Good car( and attentiou takea witk  : them, and both died of epilepsy. They were • stock left with U: -  bend over the wash-tub.  ; i  Two of the most successful and best; , , :  paid editors in New York are «.omen—; ^^ I  1 Miss Mary L. Boots, of the who ■ j  ; receives ? t.UOO a year, and Miss 3lary i excesses are not fre- ;  We Run a  HAOK LINE  In that dre.idful disease,CROL'P, "4 Drops' •  Regularly to ail trains on the I. & St. Lonia ! Railroad, at 15 cts single trip or '¿ó cti. for ; quently followed by those direful diseases In- ; two fares. Patronage of the public reapact«  i fully solicited.  i sanity aud Consumption? The records of the | -y "Ith 1870.  1 — * — Í ^ *  FAUGUT &KEENEY,  a a « ^ •-f  dy, a sensible girl, gives the following! ......  catalosue ol different kinds of love: Asyl.mi, and the melancholy deaths by |  The sweetest, a mother's love; the long-  PiklNTING.  eDtTiot—s«t sUver iea-ipoen», worth.... 10 M gjj^ 3 brother's love; and the sweetest. Best boy equestrian ander fifteen year, of ingest, strongest dearest love -a love these assertion,. In Lunatic Asylums the most  H. a. a.it.  U C. RAY.  w. s. RAT.; -aticd .'tver................................. 20 00. gentleman'« ihirt......  . best fatted eow............................................' ""  15 OQ  CLASS D-SECTION 1.  Stcim.  Ril¥ * SONS,  Attori^ys at Law,  DANVILLE, - - 1NDI.\SA. Best boar 1 year old and orer.............. 10 00^  Will pracuce in all the Courts of Hen- »d beat............................................ 6 00 |  drieka and adjoinin;: Counties. U. C. Ray best boar over 6 and under 12 month*.. S 00 )  will attend to Notarial business, and give; Cd best............................................. 4 Oo i  prompt attentioa to Collections.  ipecimen p.ain sewing.  j " »pccitcen sewing by girl under ten I yea:y of age....................................  j " »pccitcen sewing by girl under ten I yea:y of age....................................     5    00      5    ÖO      o    UO ^      5    00 :          ÜO ^      l    ÜO i      1    00 :      1    00 i      ** O    00     ler  JOHN  age................................................. ® f t  2d best............................................ = CO of a bonnet.  Boys to ride iubjeet to the order of the Com-  ler  Premiuvu, over Ojic liolhtr,  Fashion, in the tDÌd.st of Ler many eccentricities, has revived the high shell nance is actually sodden and quite destitute—  comb of our grandmothers. Gold back- i ^^ Grief ever vi.its it. Should a  Í T TV'T A C3 "V  Consumption, bear ample witness to the truth of ; * ^ 9  iiOVSEPA INTER &|}LAZ1ER,  melancholy exhibitions appear. The [count- ;  JOHN  CLASS L-SECTION 4.  MiUinertj. .jc.  best boar under 6 month«.................... 6 0» | £To be exhibited by the manufacturer.]  lea have also appeared, and, as waists NV haD^S«'!-^'"'^ i^e^pi-iiy growing shorter and more  JOIN LEWIS, Treai. 1 decollette. we shall probably soon see  ! the styles of Recatnier and the toilets of  OFFICE-Smithcast corner Nave s Elcck. j. .......................... 3 00 ; ^^^^ „j niilHner's work, in case 10 00  Be sure to ask yo« Druggist for "4 Dropi." ; the First Empire the favorite styles.  i Powder again asserts its sway, for wo-  j Every bottle is wanpnted.  The Largest Dity lu the World, men are blind to the self-eiident fact  sound of the voiee occur, it is rarely articulate.  "With woeful measnrei wan Despair Low sullen sounds their grief beguiled."  Whilst we regret the existence of the above  diseases and symptoms, we are prepared to  All kinds of Painting done promptly and neauy, and satisfaction gaarantead. Keferences given if desired. Jan 19, 1870.  STATIONERY.  April 20,1871.  WILLIAM A. MCKENZIE,  L.V9W auw uuucr v UAWUWU» U«U u  Ji. 110 r n e y a t Í.Í a w, ; 2d best............................................ 3  DANviLL^iymASA. ì  . Ha^lüf Ikarmanently Wtcd in Danville eWhiai; «"¿n^ind«  mm frutice i. all the Coum of He^ri^^ ; I «■d a^joininc eountivs. Also, in the Su ^ ^ _^  best tow 1 year old and over..................  2d best............................................. 4 00;  best sow over 0 and under 12 months...... 8 00 {  2d best........................................... 4 00 :  best sow under 6 months old................. 6 00 ;  00 : 00 : 00  best pair ef shoat* erer <> and under 12  - OC : 00  ; that stopping the nores of the skin in- offer an invaluable gift of chemistry for the re-  ' * . * _ ^ _1 A 1 _ _ ^r _ — IT^ 1.. ... ^ ^ A : i  HED-PABLSS FOR BOOKS, PAPES, &e.  ¿CSV ^.^otuiviuu U4 mtiiiu^s s ^vfm., lu iv uv i J>iaU> assert t|at London ¡8 far sape-¡juries without improving. The most _  «Ik bonnet.......................... ... 2 00 i feoth in sil^nd the number of Us . beautiful woman of a brilliant court, i Hembold s h.ghl, |  # Buchi» not the case.} ^ho retained her charms till seventy, [ Concentrated Fluid Extract of Bnchn. There is  " embroidered ottoman cover............. 1 00 i Jeddo, the ea|tml of J apan. IS witbout and recorded two kings as her lovers, : no tonic like it. It is an anchor of hope to the j  " . .. chair eover.................., I i exception, the-M^est and most popu- ©ne of whom was fifteen years her ianior, i ^ . ' j ........  :: loas^city m th^nd. ItconUins tha U,ed for her rare and exiaisite complex: »^'ttmony of  .. ..... . .. .1.__AAA 1 • A Ma _______.JIJ:__^^^ -tf _t-'.. •.■A.J à^m «WAMAV^KA/I Sf  " embroidered sack for ehiid............... I Ü0 va»t namber of 4,000.000 dwelliogs.aod  collar for lac^y.............. 1 DO 5,000,000 hai  specimen silk embroidery................ 2 00  souls. Many of the  „meand Federal Couria ut Indianapolis-' OSee Baaf aid* Public Squara, «»»r Ne» i farkStar*. Ocu 13»V 1 y.  CLASS D-SECTION 2. Sveepttakes on Sieme.  ; Beat boar of any age............................ 12 00  , best «ew of »ij age.............................. 12 00  CLASS E  i'-'. SAítp Tt'.WISO wtthdrawB fw.» i:. ih-r »m:,-.- „ , t u . » ,41 • will horM^ar bì» v.h.jU; >.Ì!n-; >> baek............................ e M  BOBEBT E. MOORHIIÂD.  mm OF THE mt  «slitui*  OFF! «fc« M ï'. i'îi ' "••««iHiek la.k....^..........  8- vr u-t «uaf »aek_______  'iì^éi^ «IlHi^'litiU^'f^l«» U Mc: hMt viMla «aakM  3 00  4 0« 3 99 » 99 i H  5 M  . - > 4- u in., streets are dim^o Japanese series in  specimen braided hair work............. 1 00 a»««^«'» - v -i m,  embroidered UWe cover................Thimble length—twea^WO togUsh miles. The  " " Ump mat..................Thimble commerce oF JitoaB far exceeds tKat of  :: :: iiiie«.:::::::.:::;:.^:^« o«»»"»»«»»^"W'  " cotton embroidfrry.......................... 2 0« the coast la  " ornamental shell work................... 00 of the 80at  " oraa»>enUt leather work................ 1 00 __  '« erotehct eulUr......................Napkin King V . V^  needle worked «kirt....................... 3 09 COal, tOBMBO«  " Best pin-ciuhiea...................Sugar Spoon i fmitt, all of  '' UMtiag..............................Peiwr knife;  Thiabie ' """  ís^MíteMiur  CLASS M-. !i£CTlON 1.  ift tlda cUm I» be aMda by  ft«igbUia  TWrÎBM WÊMtkéiim:  itly «kite with sails lOB of the Empire, td vith née, tea, sea. li^ ¿ottoa lÉd tropical 1 iia IbA laaAy mr-  ^ -aad 'ih«^ ' w 'TBfura UUftlÉflB BMl .«UbIi tofw a  Bait.  It  . f. i-c ^  ion only rain-waler, adding to this cos- all who have used or prescribed it metic Uer early morning walk.. This water softens and freshens tho skin, and there is more truth than compliment in the remark spoken of a celebrated belle, that she bathed her face in'the moraiog dew.  LoTe is a fountain from which flows two streams, one the pure limpid waters of happiness, the other thB dark aod turbid water* of misery; at the end of the latter is the whirlpool of despair. Upon these atreams inortala direct their deatiny. Mariaeia on theae atreaiM see upon which of them jov ar* dlraetiog yamr h«rk,1eat it s^oald ba «Dgvlphndia ikB^lal whirlpool of dt^ir.  Sold by Dmggisti ani Dealer« •▼«rywher«. Price»l'25perbottle, or six bottlei for $6,50. Delivered to any address. Describe lymptomi  in all coamaaicationi.  Address H. T. HEMBOLD  Drag and Chtmical Warehoai«,  ä '  694 Broadway, New York.  NONB'aHE 6E8ÜINB UNLBSS DONE UP islliiel-eagraTad wrappei^' with f»c-  aliaUt ftmj Chcaueal WaialMaae, aad riga-  B.T.SIIIBOm  I Bowen,, Stewart & Co.,  W holesale Depot for  SCHOOL BOOKSi  And overyttiing in the Stationery line, No. 13 WEdE WASHINGTON STREETj  Inclianapolis, Ind._  "painting.  GUMMIINS ft PEYTON  TCspeetfuUy a anounce to the ciUsens of Danville and of Hendricks eaoaty, that tl^ am prepared to do aU kinds of PaiaUng il the neatest and 8 lost workmanlike atjle, and at reasonable ra.tea, such aa.  MOUSE, SIGN, ORNAMENTAL, GLOSSING, MSAINJNOt - aLAXi^o, ^ : ,  Iasb«rl««.M7«feiag  AdlU^n,   

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