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Boonville Weekly Enquirer (Newspaper) - January 22, 1881, Boonville, Indiana My volume xviii. No. 3.Boonville, ind. Saturday. January 22,1881 terms $1.25. Ritt Lolous 80eb0ws. A a Book i Rowcli Kew a nude a person cry. A Cha Missouri Republican. Cartes Dickens is reported to have Bald i Tobinson Crusoe is a Book which i never made a person then so much the better for Quot a it a non Crusoe Quot and the Man who wrote it. What do we want of books that will make us cry is there not sufi scent provocation to weeping in this world without of going to books for it has a Man woman or child a ver lived in the world without doing a satisfactory amount of weeping or its equivalent has anybody Ever heard of anybody who complained of not being Able to 5ep ? has anybody Ever Wieard of anybody who was anxious we weep More ilits anybody Ever heard of anybody Eliot ought Ife had too much Hai it piness in it has anybody Ever heard of anybody who thought that a Little More sorrow in the cup of human existence would he an improvement if Liere Are such persons they Are freaks of nature and it hould be judged accordingly. Dickens however took a professional View of de foe s immortal work and so regarded As a Felt what Oug it to be considered a Merit. For singular As it May soom there Are a great Many people who like tiie tear starting style Ltd fiction Quot and think a Navel which does not occasion by dash the water into their eyes a vary Dull one. Uliey really enjoy having unit feelings liar Row de up i y the woes of hero or Lifry in and if the author should m a a Igi to get All his characters through in a smiling Coudsi Ion he is voted u stupid fellow destitute of pathos and unfit to feed refined minds a hic Are supposed to have a special fond less for a Well seasoned dish of melancholy. Tie same people like to see Liat Are called Quot Enio Lionel plays Quot that is plays in which misery in some a a Lapo is Prev ate for the delectation of Trici audience. And when an actor or ctr Ess can Quot make Thom cry Quot they to link it a wonderful Triumph of dramatic Art. To such to extent is Thini carried in it the am a Ous actor or it Cress had rather near a sob from the dress Circle or see wet Cheeks in the parquet Tolian be Calis before the curtain to get a Basket of to wer3. Oue would sup Pote that Thorsti Irlam have such an appetite for grief in romances Ami on the stage would be equally tender a Earth a when confronted with the nine article. Strange to say there ���1 Are not the Young gentleman who i a Bot ashamed to be caught crying Over the death if Quot Little Nell Quot snot particularly disturbed by the up Itafua Appeal of a Blind beggar at Juie Street Corner and the Young i lady who freely moisten her hand utter chief for Quot East Lynne Quot or the two orphans Quot Seldom does As much for the friendless sewing girl dying in the next mock. The wife of the Man who created Quot Little Nell Quot auf fared far More thai the child does in the Story. Yet who weeps Over the blighted life of mrs. Dickens Quot East Lynne Quot is a comedy Eom pared with tie dismal history of tiie worn an who Best Persona Ted its leading character. How Many tears have been shed Over poor Lucille Western Hood s Quot Bridge of sighs Quot rouses sympathy in thousands of bosoms Irh Ieli Havo none itt All for tie frail Sisters who almost every Day in every great City hide their shame in death. To return to our text. D foe is lobe praised not blamed for writing Quot a Book that never made a person no books which make persons cry ought to be written unless they Are True and then we want no More of them than is absolutely necessary. And so with plays Why go to the theatre and any for the privilege of Teing made miserable ? a walk through the nearest Alley a visit to the nearest Hospital a Call upon the poverty smitten family around the Corner will answer the purpose much More effectually. Quot we May remark that the dec centrality commented upon usually diminishes with advancing Yean. As people grow older and especially after they have reach a that stage in life s journey when there is More behind than before them they Are not inclined to borrow grief from books and plays Ley have or have had enough of that unpleasant commodity in their own experience. If they read novels and Goto the theatre it is for Amusa ent for something whish will lighten the Burden of life not make it head Ier for something which will bring Mora Sunshine not More Clouds for something which i will cheer to in , not depress it for some Hutu which will help them i _ Quot Tebear to Weir portion of the Load of care Meh Crosby ii Ito dumb despair one bait of the Baman the Young perhaps can afford to books and see play that flip it cry trat Taos Mboi re no r Yit fiting need be such a a Ereiser a f00li8b Bot. A flocking Snell do of Sam b. Tance a re a at my. Vernon with Landa Unm. Evans tulle journal. 15. Early yesterday morning the news gained rapid circulation on the Street that Sam b. Vance jr., son of judge s. B. Vance of this City had committed suicide at it. Vernon by taking laudanum the night previous. To the Many friends of judge Vance the announcement carried a heavy Shock As it did also to those who remembered the terrible nature of the distress his family was but a few weeks ago compelled to Bear under the suicide of his son in Law or. Shouse at Louisville. The first intimation of the fact came to judge Vance in the Sinape of a Telegram from it. Vernon stating that his son was extremely ill. Judge Vance had just time to catch the Western train and arrived in it. Vernon to find his son dead by his own hand lie telegraphed the sad fact to the anguished family and last night the body of the unfortunate Young Man was brought to his Home in 1 his City. Young Vance who was but Nineteen or Twenty years old went to it. Vernon tuesday under instructions from Liis father to look up some claims for the Louisville amp Nashville Railroad company. He was accompanied to that place by a Young Man named de. Turnock who is said to be an its Urance Man of St. Lonis with whom he soon made Friendly terms. Vance had but Little Money Only that necessary to pay his expenses for a it May or two and he was expected to return to this 3�ty wednesday. , it is said had Al out 8�g5 with him and Buth were inclined to make the trip one of pleasure As Vivell As business. Quot they arrived in it. Vernon in the morning and went to t be Dauron House where they registered themselves. Uliey were in Good humor and immediately began to look abut for congenial companions. Vane spent Little time at the court House looking Over records in search of tie claims he had gone to invest ii ate. But he did not pay much attention to them. That night they Dii covered the Quot congenial company Quot they desired and tiie evening was spent at the card table. Both lost and Turnock had no mow the next Day. Lie borrowed so from or Joe Kohn and so did vane the latter giving or. Kohn a Check on the citizens National Bank of Evans Ville. Turnock was sick and broke and came Back to Evansville on the morning rain leaving his companion behind. continued to drink freely and spent All the Money he borrowed Between two o clock Ken the afternoon and nine at night. Thursday afternoon about three o clock Young Vance entered Cron Bach a drug store in it. Vernon and c filled for four ounces of laudanum. Or. Cronbach As usual with drug to Isis Sketl him Why it was wanted. Quot i want it Quot answered Vance Quot for the Foreman of my father s hands who Are at work on Matiash on this explanation tie Poison was delivered to him. After this not much is desk Italy known of his w hereabouts until Midnight. He continued to drink and visited the saloons. About Midnight he went to the european hotel and after registering called for a room. Before ii oing up to retire however he left three letters in the Lotel office with directions that they be mailed the first thing in the morning. One of these letters was directed to his father. In this City another to miss Mirilou Stanley Henderson ky., and the third to miss j. Algie c. Ware Henderson. By. After telling the clerk to have him called at o clock in the Nior inc Vance went up stairs and apparently went to sleep. Yesterday morning at 8 o clock the proprietor of tie hotel went to Vance s door and rapped upon it to Wake him. Vance answered Sayin Quot All right i la be Down to breakfast pretty about 9 30 mrs. Walter opened the door of room nto. 3 with a pass key to clean no a Hen Slie discovered Vance lying on the bed l>reathin2 very hard and then she perceived he was unconscious. She gave the alarm and or. Walter came up. He recognized that his guest was in a Ding condition. On a stand near the bed was a four ounce phial labelled Quot laudanum in the Bottom of the phial about a Teaspoon Ful of the deadly Diug remained and no doubt was left As to what it was. Physicians were at once summoned but skill was powerless and in an hour the unfortunate lad had breathed his last. On the stand near the empty bottle of laudanum was an unsealed note addressed to or. Waiter which read As follows the last letter. Europe a hotel 1 Skikr Wai Akk Kuopi Teton v it. Vuk know a Jan. 13,1881. My. iii room is opened r will be found dead. Telegraph i my death to s. B. Vance no. 521 upper to Laird Street. Era Seville ind. Alien get a Coflin and ship my Quot dead corps Quot to Henderson Kentucky by nearest route. I think tie names of All my immediate and Distant relatives would Rise ill unconventional horror were i for an instant to contemplate such a plebeian idea As being buried in Toosi Ardoin. In my right band Vest pocket Yoa will find Money enough to pay for the dispatch to Evansville. Or. 8. B. Vance will Pav All other charges. Please ship me immediately alter discovery of my Quot Austge flirted. Pc a a a jibes Tillet it. Ken tack cd Llu fee. Four Friend. S. A a. A Xci Job. Viol s Floral guide. This work is before us and those who Send to cents to James Vick Rochester i. Y., will be disappointed. Instead of getting a cheap things As the Price would seem to indicate they will receive a very handsome work of 112 pages and perhaps 500 illustration so not cheap but elegant Willaa rations on the very Best of Eala dered paper and As a set off to the Vole a Beautiful coloured plate Toat is a twice the Price of the Kook. Tue British bruisers. Who they were and what has become of them. The old race of British pugilist is fast passing away. The bold Bendigo who died on the 24th of last a converted Man and a local preacher has now been followed out of the world by another sex Charapon the Tipton Slasher who died of drink on Christmas eve. Bill Perry the Tipton Slasher came to the lop of the tree december 17, 1850. When he claimed the title of Champion of England through his Victory Oyer Tom paddock at Woking. It was by a foul that the Slasher Wou the championship by a foul he lost it on the 29th of september 1851, to Harry Broome at Mildenhall. Broome forfeited when challenged to a return match and the Slasher s claims to supremacy were not disputed for a Long time. Owing to difficulties about Matching him the title was contended for in 1856 by Broome and paddock but the latter though victorious was unable to hold the position and when the famous new Belt was Given Perry defended it against the rising Star of the a gentle science Tom Sayers who beat him for the trophy and �200 a Side on the Isle of Grain june 16, 1857. After this Date the Tipton Slasher s name drop Ped out of Public attention. If we Are not in error it was he who was matched against an Quot unknown Quot that a loved to be Freeman the american giant who stood 6 feet inches and whom Bis prudent antagonist declined to alleging that he was prepared Quot to Al ghz a Man but not a hew Tork mercantile review. It applies to mechanics As Well As purely mental operations that practice Makrs the adept. The advantages of experience Are perhaps nowhere More observable than in the vocation of the professor or teacher. Those naturally constituted to be preceptors require continual practice to feel at ease and Excel in their profession. In the most limited Seminary there is a great variety of ability temper and temperament demanding considerable different treat Munt to command uniform and general Progress among pupils. And when Success As a teacher for any lengthened time has been manifested by any one it is Clear human nature in its Man phases has been understood. It is not Given to every scholar to be Able to be a teacher. The writer in his visits to the various educational institutions of Kentucky has been introduced to a gentleman of extended experience As an educator in several important spheres. We refer to or. Slowley president of the Kentucky College for ladies Pewee \ Alley. Or. Kowey is a native of Massachusetts and Ivas a Cra Duale of Union College Schenectady n. A a a under the celebrated or. Not t. Since leaving College he has Heel identified wit ii educational interests for about thirty years. First he was two years connected with the Lansingburg n. Y., Academy after this he was two years professor of mathematics in the Epis Cipal Institute Troy x. Y., then president of tiie Ashfield be College North Carolina for about Eglit years. President of the Athens final a College East Tennessee for six years and for twelve years previous to occupying his present ii is Ion lie president of the de Pauw female College new Albany ind. The Kentucky College Las been establish d eight years. Or. Slowley be no appointed president two years ago. He is one of live gentlemen who own the College property. The faculty Are As follows mental and moral science and ancient languages Kev. Erastus Rowley Natural science and German miss Nannie h. Brashear mathematics and astronomy. Miss Nellie j. If Ford rhetoric English literature comi position and penmanship mrs. H. M. Slowley preparatory department miss Ile Libenia Taylor instrumental music f. W. K Ihn Horst anal mrs. Eugene vocal music Clement Stapleford. There is a preparatory Cut of study and a collegiate course divided into a classical and see Tilic department. Tie former is specially designed to prepare students for the advanced . The Complete course embraces All the English branches with the ancient and modern languages the scientific course being the same with French German and latin omitted. Every improvement in methods of instruction is adopted. In the musical department the highest Standard is aimed at. It is in the hands of those eminent in the profession. There is Access to two valuable Libra . One the property of the College and the other to its society called the Quot Lyrian literary the College buildings Are Superior and the internal arrangements admirable. The main class room is the Best we have seen in the state. The location is Cost estimable ten acres of ground surround tie College tie depot of the l. Amp c. Short line is Witlin a few minutes walk trains running frequently to Lexington Cincinnati Etc. The Healthfulness of Pewee Valley need scarcely be noted last summer when sickness was so total among children in Louisville the death rate was exceedingly Light in this District. As last remarks we we uld state that the College is a denominational and that the Comfort of boarding pupils is the subject of constant care. A Coli tort doctor being asked what was Best Way to cure a Ham he remarked before answering that one Eton he should want to know what Ilea the him. Whist. By As old had. If you tie modern game of whist would know from Titis great principle its precepts Tew treat a our own hand As to your a incr s joined. And play not one alone but both combined. Your first Lead makes your i partier i user stand the suit predominating in your hand. And Bence Liere is necessarily tie strongest that your first Lead be from your suit that s longest. In this with Ace and a iii. Lead King then Ace with it King and Queen King also has first place with Ace. , Lead Ace and then the Queen wit i Ace four Small ones Ace should first be seen with Queen Knave ten you lot the Queen prof Side. In other cases you the lowest Lead. Ere you return your Friend s your own suit play. But Trumps you must of turn without a Livy. When you return your p Ritner s ,.tak�, Pai is to Lead him b Vek the Best your hand contains. If you Rooe ived not More than three at first if you had More you May Reti irn the Woroft. But in youth old the master card you re bound in any canc it second . Whene or you taut la Lead tis Eldom wrong to Lead up the weak or through the Strong. If second hand your lowest should be played unless you mean Quot Trimp signal Quot Tobe made or if you be King and Quen. Or Ace and Kinu. I now Cal of these would be the proper thing. Mind Well the Rule for Nimps you la often need them. When you hold five tis always right to Lead Tell iii. Or if the Lead won t come in time for you then signal to your la Tuor so to do. Watch also for your partner s Trump request to which with less than four play out your Best. To Lead through i honors is indifferent bad i May. Unless you Tjie Trump suit cleared away. When second hand a doubtful trick you see. Don t temp it if you hold More Trump i than Eluee. But having three or less Trumps fearlessly. When weak in Trump i Don t Force your Friend but always Force the Adverse string Trump hand. For soul fences Stern custom has decreed the Locsi you must play if when you discard weak suits you ought to choose for Strong ones Are Loo valuable to lose though now a Day some Clever persons say your strongest suit is the one to Lirow away. Professional cards a. J. I Honeycutt attorney at Law . Indiana. Business cards. Gen. Sam . His Bobtail cd Pony and has razor. New Orleans to Cayuse. It was on his departure for Quot of revel Quot a As he had said Quot in the Halls of the Mont Zumas Quot that he again met wit i Alaj. Sector a generous and genial Man known As Ilia original of Quot tic Fine Arkansas in company with maj. Arnold Harris also Well known in jew Orleans who was Tsien perhaps adept a marshal they j Lurn eyed to i Southeastern Arkansas to which Point to Weir route was the same. Gen. Huston Rode an Imirian Pony very disproportionate to his own tall stature. This was a source of cd Sid Erable Hii Royance to him. He Hau become Ali roughly disgusted with Indian life was intemperate and . His Consani theme of discussion was the unworthy appearance he would present in a foreign country mounted on an animal so ignoble with a frequent Appeal to Arnold Harris to Swap his Lai Tje Bay Mare for his Indian Pony. These prepositions were discussed for several Days with All the in Erity and eloquence of the general one of whose favorite exclamation was Quot this do Bob tailed Pony is a disgrace. He is continually tia Hting the lies and has no Cuns of pro Recti iii himself and ids kicks and contortions Render his rider ridiculous. I shall be the laughter of All Mexico. I wish a stated appropriate to my own stature. I require a Steed with his natural weapon a flowing Tail that he May defend himself against his enemies As his master has done. Harris you must Swap Quot As the result of persistent expostulation aided by a lib trial arrangement of Quot Boot Quot eff Ecle i and guaranteed by i Fiji. Rector the general acquired the Broom tailed Mare and recovered his dignity and Good humor. When they came to part Mij. Hector said he w is sorry for him. He knew his Worth and Felt for his misfortunes. He had got so Low said tiie major Liat be could t slay with the indians. He was desperate and intemperate and was going among the mexicans so that would be the last he would Ever see of poor Sam Huston. They dismounted to take a list drink of whisky together Quot general Quot said Elias Quot you said you liked that razor of mine when you shaved. You Are going where it May not be convenient to buy one and lean get another when i get Back suppose you take it along Quot so he took the razor out of Bis saddlebags and presented it. Gen. Houston opened the razor strapped it on his hand looked at its Edge and As he shut it carefully up replacing it in the ease said Quot maj. Bector this is apparently a gift of Little value but it is an inestimable testimonial of the Friendship that has lasted Many years and proved steady under the blasts of calumny and injustice. Good by god bless up. When next you see this razor it shall be a shaving the president of a Republic by Godl Quot thase last words maj. Hector remembered distinctly. They were impressed upon his memory by the Battle of san Jacinto the recognition of texan Independence and the election of Gen. Sam Huston to the executive chair. G. L. Ii Einhard Aito Kisbey at Law. Rockport. In d., will practice in the state and Federal . And of. R. Hatfield. G. A Stazen. Hatfield amp Hazen attorneys , Boxville. Indiana. Onice on North Side of Public set a Are. Over ii Inderman s store. Nov27 u. S. Iii ivs. Attorney at icon fort ind. Will practice in ill the courts of South Iceni Ludi Ami. Moore amp Gougis attorneys at Law , Ini it. Office Over the iii Vitle National Bank nothing disappoints a Bald headed sinner More than Stroing to a blonde theatrical show and fun diff that it is not at All wicked. Only an o d maid will buy rocking chair not Strong enough for two. A a Stillwater Lumberman. W. M. Hog g att attorney at Law Boxville Indiana. Git leu Southeast Corner l Ubelio Square. It c. A. Akm Stropo. J a c pc Kra a Armstrong amp Cockrum attorneys at Law . Ind. On the Northeast Comer of the Public Square 11. M. Piatt at and no Tail a Rte Blic ,e, id. Onice South Side of Public Square. David t. Laird attorney at Law i Rockport. Indiana. Ivill Ira Celce in the courts of Spencer. War Ricc. I err Dubois and Crawford counties. Lesse link. Attorney at Law. In 0nvillk. Ind once Norih Side Public Square we. Ii. Patrickson. J. L. Taviuni. Patterson s Taylor. Tatoris eat l w South Side l bile Square. Boon Vii. Be. I so. Special attention Civin to Coll coins. T. A. . To. W Dailey so Dailey pity Sirij Isis. Boonville. Ind. Office \3itliea5t i Nier Public Square. offer their professed iii services to he citizens of town Miil Vic Iuit. Barker amp Howard Fth a Sci Lars Boon Villi ind. Oitice Over Tom Jack s store. J. W. Mckinney Deis list Onice North Side of Public Square Boonville Indiana. Especial attention paid to fillings and treatment of diseased Teeth and Gums. Arti Miciul Teeth put by on Vule Anite and celluloid. Chloroform and a he administered when desired satisfaction to guaranteed in All cases Anil of j. Dickey m. D., Homeopath is Boonville ind. Oitice West Side Public Square Oyer Mccully amp Morgan s store. . Schrichte t Airor 124 main. Evansville ind. Aida a on hand a Verj Large Stock and the most stylish flt Tinc san cents in the United state.1. Business cards. The Lodge. A Toliu Sci Mon Tler deals u in Fraik Fischer Success of 70 Fischuk amp by trek merchant no. 212 first str kit. Net Voe main and Sycamore. I Van a vi1 in. Ind 416 upper first Street opposite St. George hotel where he will be plea sed to meet his friends s. W. Douglas Fine Art studio finist St Between main amp local St Evansville ind. None but Fine work Alloyd to to out of a Alk by. Satisfaction guaranteed. Alfred West. Builder amp contractor Boonville Indiana. Contracts taken and buildings put up in the time and All work done in the beat . Ali old Jolial it la Peter Gordier pop Wiktor of the Toi City livery stable West Side of the Public Square Boonville ind. Liss will be furnished the travelling Public at All Houis on terms. Feeding and caring for transient Tennis a specially. A oils j. A. Newton surgeon Oculi St Boonville ind., a open tvs for Cataract. Artificial i Upil. Tyr ilium. Edit opium act opium amp a. Arti Leial Eves inserted. Onice at residence on fourth Street oppo site lutheran Church. Nov 4"y hotel cards. St. Charges hotel a. Kantz amp son. Pit i is. Joi Ner Mam and second streets Boonville ind. The Proi Rietfors respectfully inform the Public to in neither pains nor will be spared to Inake this hotel list i All rest acts. Fake a reasonable. Tie p Trona self Public respectfully solicited. Samule Tooms fungi slide Romni Ercyal travellers. Becker s hotel Jacob . Prop a North Side Public Square Opp. Court House Boonville Inix this has just been opened and refitted with new rooms Beds and furniture Rakinic the place of i lie Oigt biker stand Viljoin Muir. And is fully prepared to give Pood and i leap Board Init to the travel iii i Ulic. By the Day or week. A commodious stable and Wagon Yard is kept in connection with the House free of charge. Jolt rare him House Cor. Third it Locust streets Boonville ind. Geo. C. Mayhall proprietor. This House Hiis recently been refitted and refurnished in Good style. Board by the Day or week at reasonable rates. Stable and Wagon Yard in connection for the accommodation of Farmei a. Jn5-tf. Warrick House , proprietor Evansville ind. This House Lias recently been refitted and refurnished and is under the management 3f or. Louis Becki a of Boonville and in. Fred Ritzel of Spencer county. Good cheap boarding by the Day or week. A Good stable you d is connected with tie ii Niue. Persons going Iron Wanick and Spencer counties Sii Ould a top at the Varrick Loiuse. Comer third and Locust sects. End of Smith s hotel j. Roehrig prop. Kos. Aio amp 212 up. Fourth its. Bet Sycamore amp main Coutin outs ii iii Woik Gold Silver Vul Canite Cora Lite and a Abs i plates carved work. Artificial plates. Etc. Administrator of Nitros oxide an Exellen a a Safe sea Tietie Choc Koromi. Ether Ani Klipo Teversall it Malpani dozen. to treated. E my fail tim �1� m food aay it Itoh Evansville Union hotel Trot ind. Jacob Nester . Whisky wines and Beer such As Are usually found a a first class Saloon including the Best grades of tobacco and cigars. I Piave also a Large and commodious Wagon Yard for tie accommodation of Farmers who might otherwise be compelled to leave their teams standing in the mud and rain or in the broiling Sun. I solicit the Public . Mr_�7. Is ample Koom and Jacob Lutz prop Kvietok Outh Side court place next door to Filepp s Aud Tom jacks Boonville. Indiana. Fsr the Bali will at ail times be furnished Witti the Best blinds of liquors. Wine cigars a d tobacco. lager Beer always on d aught. M22tf Quot St Vuk Quot Saloon amp restau Rajit Jacob Freund licit pi-opr., opposite court House North Side Public Square Boonville ind. The bar at All times be Funi shed with the Best franc is of liquor Quot Swine i cars and tobacco. Is fresh lager Beer always on draught. Si4.t8-ti business cards. Jacob . Boonville inca leu of . Toys Etc. A Jed Freili oys Itei a Libi rat share of the Public Patron Aijo if Iolite Ltd a hich i Hope to Merit by strict a Tention , and Kint treat Niepp to Ai new bakery. Tie undersigned woul Orcsi to the citizens of Boonville and Vicinity that is has just opened a new bakery amp confectionery Liere i c will Cei a Supply of bread cake. Pies Lilac Ives cheese. Exr f the very i est Quality is prepared to Atli orders at if Sho test pc Bie notice. F. Eileen Bee hive Saloon and restaurant Cimias. Weierback Vieli pin Praetor. 319 upper third Street Evansville ind. Fine imported liquors and cigars. City amp Rice proprietors Brev Felts of lager and expert Beer. F. W. Cook amp co., bottlers Vocook amp Rice s Export Beer. Office 2u upper seven Wiist. Evansville ind a. Fee Cir a manufacturer and dealer in boots amp show is East Side of the Public Sturc next door to John Schneider a Boonville i keep on hand and am constantly receiving the Best Stock of leather. Boots Anc shoes in Warrick county and will make i it i order any kind desired on Short notice. Gentlemen s boots sewed or pegged with Best Flench calf and by the Best work dues made on Short notice. Cheap for Cash. I shall Endeavor to satisfy All in the loot and shoe line. A a Quot Kearing executed promptly and iieat3\ sedtl4- t8-tf. A Gast my dealer in Fulton Avenue brewery Ulmer amp Host Brewers of lager and Export Beer. P. Fork amp co., bottles of Ulmer amp Hoefs Export Beer 505 Fulton Avenue. Between Indiana and Illinois streets Evansville ind. Us. Igbo to Hixton amp Slaughter dealers n pure Copper whisky. No. 2s, main Street o wen3boro, by Emanuel Harlam inc Raisin t t fail South exist Comer Public Square Boonville. Ind. Suits Cut and made in the latest styles. Keeps the Best Quality of goods. Satisfaction guaranteed. Call and examine my goods and learn Citso prices before going Olse where. D20 new revised state Lifis of my in two volumes. Revision of stg every lawyer Justice and trustee Shodd have them. Prise 12 00 per set without discount. All kinds of attorneys and justices Blanks of had and Folt Saij by we. B. Bit Ford lithographer. Blank Book manufacturers Printer in stationer Ivest Wasman Tox St kit Indianapolis. Indiana. Boots shoes. North Side it Ibric Square. Boxville. Imp ots and slides to order on Short no a a i a in the latest style it i Ai Linthe Bestman her. None but Hist a us Stock used and Witt Good a a Orkman i am enabled c give sati Slac Tion. I articular attention i Vii to Eivar ins Charles Gordner of buggies. Wage i a i it plows , Indiana. Iam prepared to make to order and hard. Always on hand buggies. Carr Intges. Spring wagons. Road wagons. Pics Aud agricultural Init elements Hoise shoeing and item Miringof All descriptions neatly and promptly executed. All new work warm Teil Quot equal to any in the Mark St and guarantee satisfaction both As to Quality and kind. Thankful for past favors i solicit a share of the Public Natrona e. L7-tf i j. Garwood a dealer Ixo Cleat Mieir m and. Shoe fiisri>iisr0s 3rd Street two squares North of pub. Square . Indiana. Keeps a full Stock of French and Domestic Kip and Talf skins. Oak Aud Hemlock sole toppings and linings. Is the highest Market Price paid in �,a$3i for hides. 1y22. A saddlery East Side pubic Square Boonville Indiana. A i Marci Boek prop r. Calls the attention of its citizens to Lila Large Stock of saddles amp a. Repairing neatly Anu Well executed Bat Market Geo. Re Der i opry Etory Cal Mermaid and a Laird streets. ,.in�. Non re Orp Rojerio in the old reliable Hartford assets. Keeps constantly on Haid fresh meats of testy Loti. A Cash paid for hides. Pelts. Etc. Ian Market. Jacob a Boss prop if a

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