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5 Apr 1860

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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - April 05, 1860, Connersville, Indiana0 it Dikty Quot times. W. A Creen some tor. Tufik Viil i Imiyo t per Valuim to advance.2 00 if not paid Bufton the Clow of the Jer. 3 00 a Imiri Iii nine Quot Quot Quot a i it Irmi i. from bib Adiaha do y a april a 1�60. A bbb Abbaas ass by pub Liobis state ticket. If Ijac or. A a is for a out Tsoy Ike of Montgomery. Tok Licot. Oovbu0ii,a a lie f. Nikob tour of Wayne. I vh31 amp pm a Cimmet of Nat Woinar Plumi ass lib of Saad Olja. Rok rash sub or a vat a a to mlle a Felt a in Saf Tobt of Clyke. A i a a a a a mrs i or a fit of i la to debt i a a a by a Vigo. A an a a Witt a Nimal. James g. Jokes of Vanderburg. We. So old a., , it up we a Corr of a jail in air soy of Marion. Not of a Era a a Cocal a in a Kyi ?r?.02�ss,-Oflagr�ige. Tos or Public if Iuar a. Al Stuer of Putnam Law it i tit err Quot a a a in Mariai disc Rob i. Ticket. By com pos taa Stata at Jiana a jobs Jpn tits l Tel amp Ltd yield to it a Tioma. A pict Stromas. a a Ilen of Knox 9d Quot Joba w. A of Clarice Fiat a pm , of Monroe a Joba. Fania car of Franklin re Rier. Of Flette Rio a a a s. Quot Reuben a. Eilev of Haalock a Hasa Atia a i Patram Fia Anel o. Tippecanoe Jame k. To nor of Maini Imp a in i Gibboni or alien i Ittem of mail of Huntington. A son to a a bin we by be two Kings in America. One Yii Kyj in a Juba of on Citer end the other a i eff was of Back a pm a had a protest Ege inst the Inesti to of a Torode Eon Minitee which is a fib Gingg to Lilit mme of the Rascal ties of if Ami Elry to Opp. The old gentleman Tib inks it Brj be that he who Hea been in Fol no a Bie life Ebald now when his ttrfi#3�bit�bed by the Winter of age and is he b to a Isreil the Public of Bis spot Bis fort Duquesne Wlter. Bite Tbs if Lorn from Bis face. I w not Momber Bow in his More a Mrittie or of mine Man did All he the Good name of vat sir a id we not know Bis connection with the Quot Urga in end Sale Quot lies we a a ight ii emf of try Tiff bomb to of Ibe poor old paly a a a e the in pay Kwi of Jet is big it potau. Bowler. He complains protests. He says Branch of the la i uie a equal indeed be is Ite representative on carib of sup Wofa of Ell Ani each of a Sorgrein to lib in mgt a cd to them alone is he meeting in the sphere of like a a wait National Doty end not in any Muido a to the Hoose of Only we Lei Crown now but. Jno go Feivor Tewart of. Missouri has the a idea Ebony Bis the govern of a Greg Tiyo car venerable president if in my a a Divide his reign with him. Quot Quot a one Ifor Bra the aforesaid Dato Zratie big or a Tiona about Perog Ativo let i read the Oliu Wing Telegram that a i of recently in one of the Cincinnat governor of Missouri is a disgrace a be in so drunk nearly every the time As to be utterly attend to Bis business. To. Tw6 he no is of the legislature a Fine die. Previous to the and pome at Drunken bub sent a message to i h i by Iii i it towing them to enforce the n aim of absentees in order to enable be Rai Wambly to transact business. Ill or of the a i be showed 26 members Weot Quot Quot complimentary resolutions us the House a turned. , governor Irwin Quot eel a to the lieutenant o a a Ker of to Ike use a Alifi Lif Slature to Convene. He j sad be missile o be read by his a Crete by at the depot previous toe. Of the. Train of st. Louis. Will be paid to this order uni Ken i Lac native and a majority Fla i will rest of their seals r irn Lamuro to be to fled with a Tbs exp Cuti ire de 7�s�w us Durei my aft alter Jetra nighty Tilia House Ostaff la obey Bis majesty a a mid a feb we the treet. The disaffected for Ift Erv a a a in King Bob Amli is legis a if Yii about equally few pm Cable to us out up i the Natur fun at so Szmuc. A fire occurred at Brookville Franklin crib qty Ltd Turda the s4th jt., which a melted a the destruction of int 92,009 sri Rob of property. The fire Mignini it the Valley House stable situated immedi at Elyin the rear of the american office. The stable was burned to the ground and several adjoining buildings More or less injured. The american says that less than an hour before the conflagration a stranger drove into town with a Wagon containing fifty two 26 Ibl is of powder which was placed in the stable of the Valley House. Before the fire bad made much headway the Wagon was taken out by persons who knew nothing of its contents. There were no Fife engines in the place and it was Only by the most strenuous efforts of the citizens that the spread of tie devouring element was stayed the ladies even lending their Aid. The loss is thus summed up by the american William Robeson loss of stable 9600 damage to Valley House 8237. The Fetter is covered by insurance. Geo. F. Maxwell baggies harness Hay Grain out Bouses and damage to furniture ac., in Valley Hoase 8750, upon which there was no insurance. George Metier damage to building burning of out Bouses ac., 816 j. No insurance. Others met with trifling losses occasioned principally by tue removal of goods in and out of the buildings. The Quot Palm Jade Ike Juliaa whines most piteously Ander the using we gave him week before last. He endeavours to Avert the Force of our remarks and the censure a bib everywhere meets him by saying that be referred to or. Trusler Only in a playful and jocular manner with no intention of doing him the least injustice. He says we have abused him Quot in particular Quot and the Julian family Quot in general Quot without Quot just cause or he says to do not know him and therefore could not have written the article of which be complains which truthfully portrayed a the characteristics of the Quot Julian family Quot and Junto. True we have had no personal introduction to Bro. Isaac but we think we Inov him pretty Well. Our knowledge of him we have derived principally by Reading Bis paper and we have seen nothing to cause us to Uke Back what we have said about Bim. No person Quot usurped Quot our Quot tripod Quot and wrote the article. It was not written at All it was conceived and a a a in Type by As at the Quot Case Quot a and by Quot no one neither or. Wilson nor or. Trusler knew anything about it or bad anything to do in its preparation. We understand it was Ike s design to create the impression that the former gentleman was the author of it and thus array the Junto still More bitterly against him a bib is another proof that be will not Deal justly with those who refuse to assist Bis brother George in securing the nomination for Congress. We know you Ike and the motives by which you Are actuated. Bept Xicay Towai Bif Munei. in pulp. In Onlabee with the Prev idea Call of the a in Bliesa a ural committee the Beobi cads of Cona Vilie town she Mei at the court but Hue on saturday Laal for the purpose of electing delegates to attend the various conventions to be Holden with a View to place suitable candidates in the Field and insure the Eon sequent and usual defeat of the democratic party. George Harlan esq., was called to the chair and a. P. Newkirk elected Secretary of the Oie Eung. It was resolved upon to Tim of James c. Mein a Tomb. Esq that to tet be four sets of delegates elected or to select county of scars Sod to attend the senatorial convention 3d, to select a candidate for common pleas judge and 4th, to represent Fayette county in die congressional convention whenever and wherever held. A motion was Here made that a committee of five be appointed by chairman to select said delegates and report the aame to the meeting for ratification or rejection. The motion was Bol altered with a second. At this juncture considerable debate ensued one part of the meeting warmly advocating the election of delegates by the meeting after nomination by any one who chose to Pat a Csizi dilate in the Field and the other maintaining the motion. The motion was lost to obviate the difficulty of promiscuous nomination it waa the agreed that the president of the meeting appoint the delegates and submit the same to the House for ballot. The delegates appointed by the chair and acquiesced in by the meeting Are As follows Delnato to the of Oditt . Henry m. Wright John Swift c. B. Edward Wilson t. Dale George Martin Jamoa Updegraff Eara Martin William Moffitt John Forner d. D. Hall John Miller. Elmer Edwards Charles h. Bundrant Moses Lockhart James m. Harlan. On soaks to toe Skita Topial . A a a Lse Alt bed in the Southern a ism Lawmer rim the Ute lord mini Iii i Wii if it Bob. Heary Saadalla. A Letl Orlaf of wed of Iii so Smith Mariaa Days to does not have Anim Rigli a piano a of or in Ureon and a kor a a Fri uni .�0 the Deino Oratio Yri Alph Arfow Wreh Ualat Lmh to Bra big Mai exceus Iii a the Rig to of a a Lwi Ai Milf re beb the a a Opatry becomes Aspi Uluas As the old world. Dot stroy it. Quot few Albany Ledger. Adf debt the acne views Ere held by l1i� to democracy who wish to elevate a Iroemy and degrade free labor by sex Paik Tito or Tab regret to learn 1 hat the office of Awson s fort Quot Wayte times was i i Entov destroyed by the dome Raey Giac the Aukea pressers. The Indiana delegates intend to go to Charleston on Quot the a committee has procured a Large water proof tent which will be shipped co Charleston and they invite As Many of the faithful As can make it convenient to accompany the delegates As there will be room to accommodate at least five Hundred and the expenses will not average Over 850 per individual. The Indianapolis Sentinel thinks that by this Means enough Douglard tes can be collected to create a Strong outside pressure in favor of Douglas. Five Hundred Hoo Siers roving about like gypsies with Beese and Ginger cake in their pockets will no doubt have great influence on the convention. A its states Hankal for Ladiana. Maj. English of Scott county father of Bill English has been appointed by be president United states marshal for Indiana vice John l. Robinson deceased. Strong efforts were made in this Section to have Lafe Develin appointed to fill the vacancy. Lafo s recent refusal to obey the instructions of the democratic a the convention notwithstanding his former squatter sovereignty proclivities deserved a better Reward from old Buck. But misery bees company and be will have the pleasure of mourning with a Host of disappointed aspirants a me of whom will probably prove rebellions. The a Ai Saag. Case. It will be remembered by our readers time miss cart Sang sued a or. Shaw in the Sti louts Cotrit some a time since for breach of Promise. The Case was tried and a verdict of 8100,000 returned in favor of the plaintiff. A new trial was granted which has just terminated. Shaw has expended time and Mon it Gay since the former trial in obtaining evidence to prove that the lady was not virtuous and consequently unfit to be a millionaire s wife. What was the strength of Bis evidence in that respect we at unable to state but it seems to Luire by influence with the jury who relied to award her any damages. A trip will be argued. James Updegraff or. James m. Justice Jonathan Johas we. Alexander sen., William Walker John fomer Job Stout George Davis Nathaniel Hamilton Thomas Lockhart Andrew Applegate Aquila Hutton John Swift Joseph Marshall Joshua Morecr. Deleon tvs to the judicial . B. Pumphrey William h. Houston Gilbert Trusler George Davis William Huston Henry Chroni Frederick Hepp Wilson t. Dale. Onstat to the . J. C. Mcintosh Jesse Holton we. Stewart or. James m. Justice Amoa r. Edwards James Elliott Georee Harlan John Stoops. W. H. Green Jere. Johnson Peter Atheimer. A Resolution was then enthusiastically adopted to the effect that the delegates so appointed and selected be instructed to use All their influence and to cast their votes for Itelson Trusler for Congress and Jeremiah m. Wilson for judge of the common pleas court. The convention then nominated a township ticket to lie voted for on the first monday in april As follows for trustees George Harlan. For Justice of the peace we. A. H. Tate. For Yunsu bless Richard Durnan John h Fattig and Frederick Hepp. Such general Good feeling prevailed at this hour that no desire for adjournment was manifested. It waa evident that republicanism was boiling Over in the patriotic bosoms of some gentlemen. Or. B f. Claypool made a Short and effective Effort to establish a Republican club or Headquarters where documents of Power and in Flunce could be kept in View for the general Benefit. A soon As this speech was concluded a Republican club was formed we. Stewart president a. P. Kew Kirk Secretary James c. Mcintosh Trajan re. On motion of Jere. Johnson. Or. J. Justice waa asked to a vice president of the club. The doctor responded by accepting the position and opened the eyes of All present by one of the most pointed and logical speeches interspersed with Fine flashes of wit and telling anecdotes. We. Stewart James c. Mcintosh and others made appropriate and forcible remarks. On motion the convention adjourned. George Harlan pres. A. P. Newkirk Sec y. Cd As suitable delegates to attend the senatorial and judicial conventions a. W. Mcconnell jr., and John Dicke contingent. The names of the Tom committee were Tejw pts dui in sly i a Thel meeting. The names of several gentlemen were then mentioned As suitable delegates to attend the congressional convention when ellia d. Mcconnell As chosen by the meeting and Ephraim Jeffrey contingent. On motion of Ephraim Jeffrey the following resolutions were passed resulted that our delegates to the county convention be and Are hereby instructed to cast their votes for Hiram Banister for sheriff. Ruo toed that the Secretary be requested to furnish a copy of the proceedings of this meeting to the editor of tha Cornersville times with a request to have the same published in said paper. On motion the meeting adjoin red. W. W. Thrasher pres. Ornis. Wius Sec y. Rosejr Tema hip. On saturday March 31st, the republicans of Posey township met pursuant to a Call of the Central committee. The chairman called the House to order when delegates were appointed to the county judicial senatorial and congressional conventions. The following gentlemen were appointed delegates to the county and senatorial conventions Bayard Baldwin eras Henby Edward Knipe. Las. Munger William 3. 0>llius. C08ti�gbnts. Jacob Newkirk Edwsrd Wilson Ezra d. Thatcher. O. Lindley e Knapp s. Frasier. The following gentlemen were appointed delegates to the judicial convention. We. B. Enyeart e. Korpp g. W. Tread Way j. Toms Las. Munger Edward Knipe Bayard Baldwin Jacot it Newkirk. The following gentle Raen were appointed delegates to the congressional convention 0. Lindley we. B. Enyeart we. S. Collins Joseph Toms Eliss Henby we. Manlove Edward Knipe Las. Monger Bayard Baldwin Samuel frasier Jacob Newkirk. On motion the proceedings were ordered to be published in the Connersville weekly times. The meeting then adjourned. Manlove chairman. Las. Morsut Sec y. I muck tvs sat p. M., april 3. The provision Market is firm but not Active. There is no speculative move met of any moment but the amount going into consumption ii. A so a Spring la a a now opening at a Bateman ii Cates while generally when orders Are known to be in the Market to any extent Sellers Advance their views. There having been a Lull in the Trade for two Days it was easier to buy to Day and we note sales of 400 Bra. City packed mess pork at $17 25 60 Hhd Bacon at $7 40a9 40 for shoulders and sides 90,000 lbs bulk meat at and $8 40 for shoulders and Light sides 200 urls and 1,000 kegs lard at Loli and 11 at these quotations there were More buyers than Sellers. Flour continues very Dull at $5 40a5 50 for superfine and $0 60a5 85 for extra. The week s receipts were 6,384 urls and the exports 2,987 urls. In groceries we notice the continuance of a buoyant feeling with a Good jobbing demand closing at 45a46c for molasses with an upward tendency 8a9c for sugar and 13jial4>ic for Coffee. Home testimony. Even Tox Fayette co., ind., aug. 2, 59. Do. C. W. Rosacki dear sir a this will certify that i was attacked with the Winter fever in the Spring of 1857. After trying various Rem Edies without Relief i purchased of your agent Here or. Larimore some of your scandinavian Blom pills a purifier and they cured me entirely in a Short time. I was also Labouring under an attack of the putrid sore Throat at the same time. wife had been subject to palpitation of the heart neuralgia and general debility for several years when after using the same remedies for a Short time her general health is much improved and is improving. Wishing you great Success i remain your sincere Friend. David Veatch. Nabried on tuesday evening March 27th, at the residence of the Bride s father by the Rev. Benjamin f. Gatch or. Francis m. Story of Fayetteville and miss Mart j. Cotton of Columbia. I a Youav thinly or. Truster does not Sanction the spirit of our article in Bis defense. And that be has great reason to exclaim Quot save me from my Gorge has been singing that song since the appearance of Ike s article in reference to or. Trusler telling the people it was a very foolish thing and wholly uncalled for saying in effect thai Ike is a foolish hair brained fellow. Of we have not room for the president s protest this week. Our Reader shall have it next week As a matter of curio it. Barrise twas help. Pursuant to notice tha citizens of Harrison township met at Harrisburg on saturday March 31,1660, for the purpose of appointing delegates to the ensuing conventions. On motion of Lewis Ellis c. Stone was called to the chair and Enoch Caldwell elected Secretary. On motion of u. B. Tingley the House agreed to ballot for delegates to the county convention. The result of the first ballot was the election of five delegates vis Thomas of but Samuel d. Ludlow e. Caldwell Rottert Bush and Warner h. Broaddus. After which Benjamin Thomaa waa elected Viva Voce. On motion of Lewis Ellis it was agreed to abrogate the manner of voting by ballot and elect the remaining delegates Viva Voce. Delegates to the senatorial and representative convention a. N. Huston Lewis Ellis John Murphy Warner h. Broaddus Benjamin Thomas and h. Hackleman. Delegates to the judiciary . B. Tingley Joseph Caldwell and George Wolfe. Delegates to the congressional convention Joseph Caldwell Wanieta h. Broaddus and minor Meeker. After which tha following Resolution a were Udani Monty adopted Reml tei that Harrison township will not support for office any est Didato who is favourable to the election of George w. Julian to Coo Gresa Job sales that Harrison township will give an undivided Aupp Ortto Nelson Trusler for Congress and to j. Wilaon for common plea judge and that the delegates Are hereby instructed to pro Enre their nominations by All fair and Honor Abla Maana. On motion of Lewia ellia the following Persona were appointed by tha Dicair to draught a Constitution for tha government of a Republican club at Harrisburg a said committee to report on saturday the 14lh of april when a Meeyung will be held organisation of a club. On motion the meeting adjourned. C. Stone pres. E. Cald Wii Sec y. Purview tsp Lehiy. A. Attoa the rup bucans of Fairview township met on saturday March Slat for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the cob Gremi Onai senatorial judicial and county con Antiona. On motion of e. D. Mcconnell w. W. Thrasher was called to the chair and Chris. Wiles appointed Secretary of the meeting. The president then made known the object of the meeting after which on motion of e. D. Cornell a committee of five was appointed by the president to select suitable delegates to attend the above Nam convention a the com Mittee retired and after a Short absence presented the names of Hiram Jeff Ineys Andrew Moffitt Robert Mccrory and w. T. Moffitt As delegates to attend the county convention to be held at Conne Reviue on next Satu Nlay april 7th�?dan l Shortridge and Cuiris. Wiles contingents. The names of Daniel Shortridge John Moffitt Chris. Wiles and t. E. Mcconnell were Praseut later eation a knife. The startling news from Mexico which was recently noticed shows that the intervention of the United states in the civil wars in Mexico is no longer a possibility a but an incontestable fact the Drift of things has been powerfully in this direction for a Long while past and the overt now it is presumed will create but Little Surprise in the mind of the intelligent observer of passing events. The authenticated facts As we write them although meagre As to particulars prove that we have now some new business on hand which will be Likely to give a new direction to the thoughts and actions of Congress. As to Vera Cruz in English Quot True Cross itself we Are in a state of suspense As to its ultimate Fate but the varied fortunes of so remarkable a place at this momentous crisis entitles it to a passing notice. The City As most of our readers Are doubtless aware is the capital of the state of the same name. Its location is on a Sandy marshy and unhealthy Plain on the Southwest Shore of the Gulf 185 Miles East of the City of Mexico. Its appearance when approached from the sea is imposing defended As it is by the Strong Castle of san Juan d Nuiloa built upon in Island about half a mile from the Shore and consists of several squares and regular streets with houses of Coral Limestone some of a bib Are three stories High Flat roofed and generally provided with wooden balconies the principal buildings Are 16 churches about half of which Only Are in use the government House and some dilapidated monasteries. Tho Harbor a Mere Road Stead Between the town and the Castle is very insecure having neither Good an chorale nor sufficient Protection from North winds. It is provided however with a Good Stone mole and on the Island of san Juan d Nuiloa there is a Lighthouse showing a Brilliant revolving Light 89 feet above the sea. The tide ebbs and flows Here once in 24 hours the highest Riseon served is 24 feet. Vera Crux ranks As the fourth port in the confederation Acapulco Mazatlan and san b As Sui passing it in commercial importance. The exports con Sist principally of Bullion cochineal sugar flour indigo provisions drugs Vanilla logwood and Pimento and imports Woven fabrics Cocoa paper Brandy wines and metals. Vera cams was founded in the latter part of the sixteenth Century near the spot where Cortes first landed and obtained the rank and privileges of a City in 1615. Lucalle which completely commands it was taken by the French in 1829. It was next bombarded and taken by the United states forces under command of general Scott 1847. Its population in 1854 was a Fayette county Marble works. Crawford amp Johnson w Ould respectfully inform the citizens of Favette and adjoining counties that they have opened Marble works on Harrison Street one door West of Monroe Street where they Are prepared to manufacture monumental work. Skeleton work mantles tabletops urns mural Tablet Garden vases Cabinet slabs and All other articles called for in their line. They will also furnish at wholesale or retail foreign and american Marble. Prompt and careful attention Given to All orders from a distance. In Case satisfaction is not Given no one will be compelled to receive their work april a Cash store. A Large and select Stock of fashionable Spring dress goods a Bayadere Chene striped and plaid dress Silks new styles for travelling dresses lakes and embroideries Swiss and Taconet its travelling sets Swiss and Taconet collars gauntlets and kid gloves silk mitts lace veils fans and parasols ladies hosiery gent s hosiery boys misses and children s hosiery. Also a Large Stock of the Best styles and qualities of Quot american prints Spring shawls and Liao mantles very cheap by mch29 Bateman a Gates. James a. W Bastak astr so is yet the Mab Keti. His As a Anent of v it ,. It s i \ a. A. Of dry Gopas Sotiri Jill ladies and children s Shabsi hats Anel Caps ladies and cupid my Bouw it Itali ribbons ac., 18 full and a ppm of. Carpets carpets new Stock of carpets just received and for Sale at reduced mch20 Bat prices by Quot a Quot agates. Wall wishing to Purchase paper hangings should Call and examine our new took receive direct from the manufacturers Al Oil transparent Holland and Aper window shades. Mch29 Bateman a Gates. Beholds ont the same Indue meats Ifo Cami buyers he has heretofore offered. Thiv Only to Call and sex air in e Bis i Folk Aad Artsil Andy a will at once that m is Feluas Imis at less prices than any other Bau a White water Vall. He Tepee Tel Iobe ils a Call from Yon a. Re toil Niber the p1aee--Haslak s of Stan amp opposite the court House. A a bonnets Flowers amp a. Spring bonnets Spring Flowers Sprine ribbon misses and children s Straw hats at mch29 Bateman amp Gates. Boots and shoes. Ladies shoes misses shoes children s shoes boots and shoes for men and boys very cheap at rach29 Bateman a Gates. Hats hats gent s silk hats also soft hate Ull the new styles for men and boys at mch29 Bateman a Gates. Qew term lne Iryl miss Emma c. Amos respectfully informs the citizens of Connersville that she is prepared to execute millinery work in Tho Best style at he residence of Watnes s. Smith on Taylor Street Scofield s addition to Connersville. Bleaching and pressing will be attended to promptly and no pains will be spared to give satisfaction to those who May favor Ner with a Call. Apr5tf notice. All persons knowing themselves indebted to me by Book account Are requested to make settlement immediately with .1. U. Tatman. Ap5t2 Thomas Burton. Estate of Sarah Taylor. Notice is hereby Iven that i have taken out letters of administration on the estate of Baid estate is supposed Sarah Taylor deceased to be solvent. Apr5w3 James Steele. Public Sals. Notice is hereby Given Thot i will sell at auction on saturday the Slot Day of april to at the late residence of Sarah Taylor de ceased in Jackson township Fayette county Indiana one mile and a half South East of Ever ton All the personal property belonging to said estate consisting of one horse one calf Beds and biding household and Kitchen furniture sic. A credit of eight months will be Given on All sums Over three dollars purchasers giving notes with approved Security waiving Benefit of valuation or appraisement Laws. Ap5w3 James Steele darn a prepare for Spring executed in a Superior manner with promptness and dispatch. Orders can be left at Andy Turner s Barber shop or Jackson s eating Saloon. The citizens Are respectfully request to give me a trial. A proms Washington Wesley. So. State of Indiana Payette county notice is hereby Given that at the april term a. D. 1800, of the court of common pleas of said county and on the 2d judicial Day of said term to wit april 23d, 1860, the accounts current and vouches of the administrators of the following estates will be presented to for examination and final settlement Viz estate of Abraham Myers James Mcllwain administrator estate of Sarah Gaines Benjamin f. Conner administrator estate of William Brown Eber Bateman administrator estate of Stephen Golding Elihu Crandle administrator of which All persons interested will take due notice. Witness my name and the Seal of said Seal court this 2nd Day of april 1860. Ap5w3 c. B. Edwards clerk. W. W. Jakes. T. S. Maxas. W. W. James amp co. Marble works no. 104 South Illinois st., near Union depot Indianapolis ind. 4 cd state Dalh did tto Fayette cd Monty Wilsoh t. Dou ��9. Thongs what la to. E it know la that 0� the it Day of if Albil Bra n a a. D. Imo said plaintiff filed in my eoe Bis Eom Plant end a bunt again to Sam a efts if and also the compete by it wit mail by which it appears that in to def Ndanu Laa resident of he Stet of India Nail wards to wit on the second . Abi Aham j. Cly Ype of and Newton sky per tus Van tuners Paulus of pase to Lii ii. Bail Mil amp of Quot Lander John Al Cassell Oliver c Ander j. Line Jaes i Jast Ieie Aad Gregg pail then. And Jeseph Jas Tim a sift Imp respective claims under said attachment said defendant a hereby dec iffy said suit and Alm to he end App hate aft my office in Connersville in said to Tantri on tin 30th Day. Of apr at be sleek Saai answer said action otherwise it win of Bead and determined in his absence. Quot Quot witness. Handi and sed this link Day of March a. D. 1860. N 0 of 1 h m a the subscribers have removed from Connersville to Indianapolis where they intend to manufacture to order All kinds of work in their line. They respectfully solicit the patronage of the people of Fayette and adjoining counties. Their facilities for doing business enable them to fill All orders on As reasonable terms As any responsible establishment a the West. Satisfaction guaranteed in All cases. Mar29-Ly w. W. James a co. Estate of William Isgrig Deio d. Notice is Here 2d was dui last will and testament of William Isgrig ceased late of Fayette county Indiana. Said estate is probably solvent. Ap5w8 Daniel Isgrig executor. Little Over 8,000, having dwindled to that Point within a Quarter of a Century from 20,000, principally drawn off by the More healthy and rising town of Tampico 215 Miles North North West of Vera cams on the Lake of the same name. I tint ble Ettea. The Newe from Connecticut is that the republicans have triumphed by a email majority. The contest was desperate and Cloee. Both sides put Forth the most vehement exertions. The democracy Baa failed again to break the Republican Aba Lanz of new England states. Or or. A. 0. Cooler of Thi place was Seri Boualy injured yesterday by a Board foiling upon him from or. Shumate s new building. He was taken Home in an insensible Coo Ditino where he will probably be confined to Hia room for several Days. A 07 Toht Man who can make Medicine palatable to children has recently achieved a desirable result. Or. Bull has effected this in the preparation of his vey Emu warm de it Tyner. It is i pleasure to see the Little ones eat them and that pleasure is enhanced by the certainty thai they will destroy All Worms in the intestines. I Vincennes Gazette. Fire fire Burnt out and rebuilt. New bakery amp confectionery. Lee amp Felton announce to the Public that since the late fire their rooms have been refitted renovated and filled with a Large Stock of Choice family groceries canned fruits pickles hams fish Gilead cakes and crackers. Also a variety of cudies Orange Lemoni Tad sati. Uso a Large Stock of Fine tobacco and cigars. And for the thirsty and warm they have a soda fount refrigerator and All the necessary implements with which to furnish the Public lemonade and Frozen Cream. For things too tedious to mention they refer the Reader to their rooms on Monroe Street. Mch29tf Small fruits. Having for Many years paid special attention to the cultivation of Small fruits we now prepared to furnish in Small or Large quantities the following valuable varieties strawberries Over one Hundred varieties embracing nearly All the native and foreign kinds of any repute. The most universally popular of these is in doubt div the Wilson s Albany seedling of which we have on hand the largest Stock in existence which we of ter at to cents per dozen $1,00 per 100, $6,00 per 1,000, and $50 per 10,000. It is unnecessary to say anything in Praise of this fruit As any one at All conversant with Strawberry culture for the last two years who has acquainted himself with the discussions of fruit growers associations and the contents of the horticultural press is aware that for size productiveness and profit it stands at the very Bead of the list of strawberries. Fruit of this remarkable variety from our grounds sold in tha Pittsburgh Market last season at $1,00 per quart and a single Plant lifted with a fruit on brought $1. A writer in the country gentleman says it succeeds Well on almost any soil and that it has produced with Bim at the rate of 560 bushels to Traore. Other varieties proportionately lows and great inducements offered to those wanting Large quantities. Rasp Bertles. Brinckle s Orange $1,50 per Dosien $7,00 per 100 Fastoff Rivers Large fruited monthly Knevett s giant bed and yellow Antwerp $1 per dozen $5,00 per 100. Blackberries. New Rochelle or Lawton a per Doten $5 per 100, and $40 per 1000. Dorchester and Newman s Homles $3 per 100, $25 per 1000. Wholesale purchasers and dealers allowed a Liberal discount. Plum by Kail. For $1 we will Send to any Post office in the country except Oregon and California postpaid and carefully put up in Cotton and oiled silk so As to carry safely 40 Wilson s Albany seeding Strawberry plants or the same number of plants of any other variety in our catalogue offered at 25 cents per dozen those at 50 cents per dozen half the number. For $1 we will Alm Send six new Rochelle Blackberry plants. Printed instructions for cultivation will accompany plants. Catalogues sent on application enclosing a sump. J. Knox mch29-3w Box 478, Pittsburgh a. Nich2w3 ads. Mab8bai.fi, Bui peace. To Personis out of . Agents wanted to ppm Iraq Machir. We will give a Vopni Yausm or wages at 9�� per Montr ted eff ensue of is is a new Jim Ine and so Sim Striction that a child of 10 years Ean Larai to operate it by half an he Orts it Nieting. Ivi it equal to any family sewing use and the Price ii but fifteen i molars persons wishing an Agency we and Dresp c j. K. Butlak Secretary Erie sewing Hii Hine company mch2aw� a Jiuu Hio. Caks amp Eil s luus rated to Teuy be this work will be its Ned end completed in about fifty a Noih it w a pages each. Price t5 Centa per Nim ber. Quot the most desirable Illa Strat a. Bible Ever issued for general use in the English Lang was. A Newyork Independent Quot a dist mama cent cppyi&Quot-Rlif-1>.0baentaiv Quot an extraordinary work a Chr Stian no pictorial Bible that live sem in compare with Ita Knicker Beeke Quot remarkable for cheapness ande Streed nary . Y. Ibo ii. Quot specimens shown and a Ufal a on the receipt of each number reset a at. Us Bookstore of Smith it ratios. Richmond March is 1860.w a a Quot Fox sri Connersville Iid. Jess the undersigned. Cone brother ton if ill Oxford Ohio have taken Charnel Ece life i hotel opposite the court to Nib late the Quot Durnan House Quot which Haa just to is nod eled and fitted up with new furniture if migh out. The patronage of the Public is Ramet mily solicited. , Good stabling for needed with the House. Mehl Sec so. Sheiff s . By virtue of a certified decree to me directed from the Fayette circuit court i will offer for Sale at the court House door in Connersville Fayette county ,.on saturday the.21st Day of april 1860, Between the hours of 10 o clock a. M., and 4 o clock p. M., of said Day without Relief from valuation or appraisement Laws of this state the following described real estate to wit a part of lot no. �3, with the appurtenances to the same belonging in Harlan s plat of the town of Connersville being Twenty four feet on Monroe Street,.running Back to the Alley and lying Between that portion owned by Tindall and Hutchinson and the portion owned by James Miller the same levied on As the property of James Miller and William h. Houston at the suit of Philip Mason Assignee of John Arnold and will be sold on an order and decree of , to satisfy a mortgage assigned to Philip Mason by John Arnold. W. A Obr sheriff of Fayette county. March 29, 1860.-w3-$3. State of Indiana Fayette county pm. Little late of said county is hereby a notified that a cause of attachment is pending against Rany Gillam a Justice of the peace of Waterloo township in said county a favor of Robert Watt and Jacob Trox Ell wherein the said Watt and Troxell claim seventy seven dollars and the 20th Day of april 1860, at 10 o clock in the Forenoon is set for the trial thereof and that if said p. W. Little shall not appear before said Justice of the peace in Hia office to answer Watt and Troxell a said cause the same will be heard and determined in his absence. Sealed the so Ith Day of March i860. Mcli29w4$2 50 Rany Gillam Siai a pc Omagh h0iielh j1 by it Aflex Lik Axtt i a us Loav respectful in the form he has removed his Stock of Cleft i Chi Meres sat nets ves Tinni �a., the eos two room in the mansion Honse i Dinar sixth door from Rawls a Morrison s dnig4twe,-Ere he is prepared to Exee ote All do Deli in Kiai Lim on Sibih notice in die Best style and on re Eony he teems. Persona wanting. Coats pants am vests will please rive him a Eale Jas abelc1�f Detluf Cass Neres a rimming ae., a amp teed of pods of the Best Quality and his prices aau m As cheap As the cheapest. It. Custom work we will receive and make not Etstein work at All times at reason Ablis prices particular attention old to Cuttit just Rai Ming. Vul. 1 a Melix i Jackson a restaurac it Sci Fiji a House ---------.o.-----. A Faiaai Ielli sufi Only by Rifi has to Kwh the room in the sufi wild hons Block Harrison Street recently Llumi pied by Bilawa Rockwel where he purpose a a to had a self ready at times to Quot feed the he Arr Quot to which business he win co line Linin Seifly Fie Wai sell no i Quoin. Fresh met to feels a ii a ters. Ham and eggs and anything toe i Niche line of edibles served up prompt in i a i a most approved can Hud at a Jasel i pit he Rei a fully solicit a she a fugue millinery amp fancy goods. Mrs. L. Talbot desires to inform the ladies of Connersville and Vicinity that she has taken a room in or. Meeker s House in main Street and therein opened a general assortment of bonnets ribbons Flowers children s hats embroideries a. A. Bonnets made and trimmed in the bust st tits. Satisfied that she can give satisfaction to Oil who favor her with their custom she respect fully solicits a Call from those wishing anything in her Jenc of business. Nich23ni3 Dickey s Corn Drill. Just received a lot of the above drills and for Sale by mch29 j. L. Bailey. Forcel Blue of moist a ii a by order of the Board of in net ref Fayette count i do thee that have mortgage of Bend pm and other Otmas filed in my office that the interest la new a i or May he due Are requested to pay the same ener before monday the 12tli Day of april pcs and a delinquents aider that Date their Tutor Gagas will be of re clog a the Law dec much Laws Vanuiter of it my elite Wiki pay our Stock of paper for now ready he the a a Maui ers. The patterns Are new and a tit Litavee be hum a variety that every taste Jeanj the claims of every pocket consider new styles of Embry id red a cd gut Wersan a Borders be especially to fax a to Lvi. Des Feis applied on the most . Smitha saykimchl5w4 by Chmand. _ Black ithe is celebrated Pori. Will be kept the prent sent be live in Able of w. J. Of Raote Stock Compa Irr. Drs. Justice a Okeowo having formed a Pahner Elip in the la Mike of Medicine offer their Premk Arnm to the citizens of Connersville and Vicinity a office on Monroe Street opposite the state Bank. Dec8-w52 e. Collins dentist in. Office on Harrison st., bet. Monroe st. Mid the canal. A Evsy Fhi

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