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26 Aug 1868

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26 Aug 1868

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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - August 26, 1868, Connersville, Indiana Connersville times. As he Eains in Reading Eastman George a a Funk Lynn in a. Terms of subscription. Per volume 62 Dumberg in Advance,.$2 50 if not paid in Ivance. 3 00 Connersville Indiana wednesday August 36, 1868 incompatible i he loses his democracy As he gains to democracy he drops his one can Altaj s Rae Asui e the i liability j of a Democrat by the amount of Reading he does. This is the most Universal Rule of the present Day the democratic to i to. On i i Dulai tint Day about five Hundred democrats counting women and children assembled in tie court House Yard which held them All with plenty of room for More for the purpose of ratifying after nearly two months hesitation the nominations of Seymour and Blair. After a month of blowing bragging and prodigious promising these few of the faithful to the lost cause were induced to turn out and be hum bugged. The first delegation came from Cambridge and numbered one Only Man with a tattered Flag. He had evidently seen hard service and was still continuing in the line of duty. The next and last was from Brownsville and Jennings township and consisted of four wagons two of which held bands three buggies and about Twenty on horseback it numbered about fifty voters three women a dozen boys and five dogs. As this delegation turned the Corner it was cheered by a few of the faithful found there they did t want to but ways and measures it works both republicanism As Well As democracy. The most reliable Republican is the one that reads and reflects the most. See the intelligent free school districts of the North the most reliable Democrat is the one that reads and reflects the least. See tie poor ignorant Whites of the South where democracy lives in its purity. We therefore extend the hand of congratulation to our neighbors Over the Way and wish them Success in their laudable efforts to get people to read. It is what we have been at for years. The times office is a Reading room Long since established containing not Only the papers of this District but Many of the leading papers of the whole Union the pages of which Are at All times open to and or All persons free of charge. We Are Well satisfied that if the people should cease to read the country would soon be irretrievably lost in the Shackels of ignorance prejudice and democracy. Then the programme had to be carried out. At first Pendleton was promised to be Liere then the posters announced Doolittle or appointed him senator from Wisconsin either just As one would read finally it was about to simmer away Down to judge Reid and w. R. Applegate esq., when the Central committee at Indianapolis thinking something was wrong sent the last Ray of Light still flickering in the socket a Martin m. Ray who hum bugged the people for three solid hours about the Quot Nigger Quot the Quot carpet baggers and the Leigh taxes consequent upon the democratic rebellion. If democracy is so intensely ignorant As to believe the miserable stir dealt out by this gentleman and act accordingly then it is already Ripe for rebellion again whither it is tending with rapid strides. Judge Reid was none too soon with his exhortation to democrats to read More and become intelligent. Such a speaker in a Republican stand would be hissed Down. The main feature of attraction for the Day turned out to be the Flag presentation to the Quot Blue White boys Quot by miss Reid. This was Well done but we can t Hope those boys will vote in Accord a with the precepts of her speech. But the Quot big thing Quot of the occasion a was the great Parade of the Blue White boys. After about two months heavy drumming and exhaustive organization seventy two by actual count counting the band were induced to appear. When this is compared with the fact that on the first meeting of the fighting boys a company of one Hundred and sixt was organized with a fair Prospect of swelling it to four or five Hundred in a week or two it is sufficient to show on which Side the soldiers Are. Thoj Quot will Send their ballots As they sent their bullets straight at the the meeting was a failure failure in numbers not one tenth As Large As expected and nearly half of those present being republicans a wretched failure in is eakers hardly up to the Standard of common bar room abuse a miserable failure in enthusiasm it being in the shades of evening before they were sufficiently warmed to Halloo for so Mour. After a few general scolding spiced with threats the examiner has failed to obtain the coveted columns of advertisements from the business men of this Vicinity and now in its paroxysms of rage and end at tie patronage of the times it descends to personal abuse of one of our patrons. This uncalled for assault upon one of our business men who As a matter of business advertises in the times is something unexpected even in the examiner and is a novel Way of obtaining advertisements. The editors of that paper must on the plea of judging others by themselves View the balance of Mankind As dogs and think the More they lash and abuse them the More will the like obey them. Flora Lewig Fritcki Chris. Goulding Aaron Groves Donavan Gouron a. Gibbs William l. Holler James Hinc Huian Irp ili Schmau Uarriah Ila ton Samuel Haley Henry Hamilton s. N. Harris William Hailey Daniel j. Holfman m. John Edward John Harry Kerr James p. Little Thomas m. Little John k. Lindsey John g. Bedke Louis Luster Milton Mcclure j. F. Mcclure Augustus Mcclure Elijah Mccrory William s. Moran Michael Maffett Oliver p. Mount James Newland e. A. N eff Anderson j. Oliphant John a. Pearce Villis Parker Corn Clima e. Iii Joseph Reed William Rippetoe j. L. Rawls a. O. Springer m. 0. Scott James s. Spaulding f. Sinks Geo. Stone e. Stewart Geo. F. Stewart w. H. Thomas William Thomas Henry h. Tingley g. W. Wymore James Woodcock Homer Wolf Oliver Wolf Geo. W. Washburn Chas. K. Worley Lohn Young William n. Enyart Josfph Floreu w. T. Ferguson Charles Ford Alva Griffin Douglass Gregg v. H. Griffin Charles e. Grewell William Huddleston Martin Huston Henry Hawkins Benjamin Hudson John Hinkle Henry Hensley John l. Hall d. Hall d. D., or. Jerviss w. J. Kennedy David c. Lair Charles Laflin Henry Lyons James g. Lewis Nelson Langston Lewis mount Charles Morris George my res Daniel to. A Thorolv William Mullikin de. Mcfall John Moffit w. T. Kelson lon of Olson John Ost Binick Simon off Iffla Theodore pain William bidge Jacob Boss j. W. Samuel sinks m. Simpson j. A Croutz Charles Schissler John b. Scott Avery Spear Doniel Smullen Lafe Tyrrell Bascum w. Utter Troxell Abraham Wymore Philander White Stephen Webb David Wymore David Webb James Youso Theodore Selling out h. Amp w. P. Pratt Abe Selling out their entire Stock of dry goods dress goods flannels cloths clothing boots shoes hats Caps notions Wall paper window shades fruit cans Jamp chimneys. Real estate for Sale. 1will sell at the court House in Connersville if not sooner disposed of at private Sale on thursday september 10th, 1863, the South East 80 acres of Section no. 2t, in township no. 14 and Rango no. 12, and known As the West farm. The farm is Well improved and situated one Ile and three quarters South West of Connersville. Takh mss one half the Purchase Price Cash in hand the remainder in one two and three years with interest and Good Security. Thomas West. J. H. Clarks auctioneer. Augl2w4 and everything. We dry goods business. Are going out of the store room and dwell ii Oom bind Eiding or buggy horse three Light wagons a set of harness All for Sale. Twenty thousand dollars Worth of dry goods to to sold regardless of Cost. Those who want big bargains now is their time. Person indebted to the firm will Call and bottle immediately. H. Amp w. P. Pratt three doors South of court House Central Avenue. , August 19, 1808.-decl2-67 in bankruptcy. In the District court of the. United states for the Jas Stern District of Michigan. This is to give notice that a Peti tion was presented to the court on the 20th Doy of july a. 18c8, by Solomon Brown of Gunton Sewanee co., mich., bankrupt praying that to May be decreed to have a full discharge from All the debts provable under the bankrupt act and upon Reading said petition it is ordered by the court that a h earing be had upon the same on the 10th Day of september a. 18fi8, before or. Hovey k. Clarke the Register in bankruptcy in Detroit in said District at 11 o clock a. A at his office Boom no. 14, Bank Block Corner of Griswoid and Congress streets Detroit and that the second and third meetings of the creditors of said bankrupt be held before the said begin Star at the same time and place and that notice thereof be published in t Leadrian titles and expositor and the Connersville times printed at Connersville Fayette county Indiana once a week for three weeks and that All creditors who have proved their debts and other persons in interest May appear at said time and place and show cause if any they have Why the prayer of said petition should not be granted. Augl2w3 Jno. Winder clerk of District court for said District. Attention Farmers. About three weeks ago or. Julian addressed a note to judge Reid inviting him to a joint canvass of the District. We have nothing official As to the result but ii ear that the judge declined on account of Quot business we thought the judge had almost suspended his business and was devoting his time to the Campaign but we have no doubt he much prefers attending to his Quot business engagements Quot alone than attempting a personal debate with or. Julian. Ontes ii Ole. Se3 wheat drills for seeding in Corn. The Climax and o to o k e y e p dog hoi for the fair. On tuesday next the annual exhibition of the Fayette county agricultural and mechanical fair begins and continues All the week. This is the attraction of the whole year in this county. Heretofore our fairs have not been excelled by any in the state and we Are assured by the managers that this one will equal if not surpass any one yet held. There is nothing else so Marks the standing and Progress of a county As its annual exhibition of products. In this respect Fayette stands number one a her energetic Farmers and mechanics vie with each other in such spirit As to make it not Only a great pleasure to attend the fair but profitable to All. Add to this the Beauty of the grounds and the convenience of the location and no one perhaps could Oiler a reasonable excuse for not attending. Although Fayette is a Small county the deficiency is abundantly made up by the Energy and wealth of the people. The display of the products of our Rich soil and the products of the mechanical Genius of the county the exhibition of one and fast Stock Render our fairs an attraction to All adjoining counties. Fayette is the Center of one of the Best agricultural portions of the state with the Best of Railroad communication from nearly All Points the fair is open to the world and Many from other counties contend for the Liberal premiums offered. This gives it More importance than a Mere county att air. Therefore too much importance cannot Well be attached to it by the citizens of this county. It should be patronized by every one. Hon. Geo. W. Julian is spending this week in canvassing Hancock Conn to a it i school notice. Otice is hereby Givin that the next term of the Connersville graded school will begin on the 2d monday and 14tb Day of september 1868. The following is the list of Tench ors elected ranking in the order in which their names Are Here Given Joson l. Rippetoe a. Superintendent. Aaron h. Morris a. Malo assistant. Jenny a Duko if get female assistant. Kate Thomas 2d Ella Koogler 3d Euphemia Mullikin,4th Ada Kura 5th Sarah m. Bonfoy 6th Missouri Osborne 7th pupils from other will to admitted into the High school and intermediate departments. Tuition. High school .$."5. Per month. Intermediate.$2. In All cases the tuition for the term must be paid in Advance. By order of the Board of school trustees for the Tow n of Connersville. N. H. Burk president. Chas. Boebel Secretary. Aug26w2 drills Ever offered to the farming Community. The teed is regular and they Are much Shorter than the one horse drills formerly sold in this Market and lighter the feed can be shut off at will thus saving Grain in turning at the end of a Row persons wanting drills should leave their or hers Early. Am also agent for the Loosier Grain Drill which is the Best two horse Grain Drill now in the Market. J. A. Hanson. August 19.-w4. Hold on Stop and read new store new goods the undersigned would respectfully inform the citizens of Connei Siville Indiana and Vicinity that he has Juat received a new Stock of funnier <3roodls which were purchased Sinae tho great decline in prices a which i will sell a Hearting Kolin. The examiner has a Reading room open to the Public which we suppose Means democratic Public. This room contains a Large amount of solicited books and the papers of the District. Judge Reid to links it is High time that democrats Sli Ould read hence this Reading establish lament. We have for a Long time pitied democratic ignorance and thought they ought to read More but they did not mind us. We Are glad however they Are at last coming to their senses better late than never. We wish every Democrat in this county would visit that room once a week dui ing Liis canvass and read thoroughly Ever paper n Liis District because ii Thoj do so Verj few of them will vote the democratic ticket. Uliey oug it to see the Rotten hypocrisy of i Weir leaders conducting them straight into rebellion again and if they would read More and a different sort of papers Sulci As they would have to do if they read All the papers published in this District they would see it see it to to al in sorrow and henceforth act with the Republican party. We would want no better machine for manufacturing Republican votes than that same Reading room of tie examiner office. Reading is the Best remedy that Lias Ever been applied to democracy a it cures in almost Ever instance. Fit Litins boys in Blue. The following is the Call for an organization of a company of fighting boys in Blue adopted at the Soldier s meeting last saturday with a full list of the names attached we tho undersigned soldiers of the county of Fayette do hereby agree to an organization of build soldiers to to known As tho Quot fighting boys in said organization being for the purpose of aiding the Republican cause in the present Campaign. Every Union Soldier who fought in the late War and who is favourable to the election of Grant and Colfax is hereby called upon to Don tho Biro. Office lis. Gilbert tur Sukk Captain. John w. , first lieutenant. William f. Limpus second lieutenant. Joseph j. Hilligoss is sergeant. John b. Vird a 2d Hank Johnson 3d Quot Joseph Hoover 4th Quot John Florea 5th John j. Myres let William t. Miller 2d Ezra Thatcher 3d . John Wooster 4th . Jerry Johnson oth . Dock Ball Goth . Lee Jones 7th . Zimri Winchell st . I Uiva tes. Quot a Complete pictorial history of the Quot the Belt Oha pest end Moit Enloe sisal family paper in the Harper s , splendidly illustrated. Critical notices of the press. The Model newspaper of our country com plete in All the departments of an american family paper Harper s weekly has earned for itself a right to its title Quot a to canal of cio York evening Post. Our future bib torinus will enrich themselves out of iia Bukk s weekly Long after writers and printers and publishers Are turned to new York evangelist. The Best of its class in american Losion traveller. Harper s weekly May be unreservedly declared the Best newspaper in the Independent new York. The articles upon Public questions which appear in Harper b weekly from week to week form a remarkable series of Brief political essays. Thoy Are distinguished by Clear and pointed statement by Good common sense by Independence and breadth of View. They Are the expression of mature conviction High principle and Strong feeling and take their place among the Best newspaper writing of the . American Mcvinew Boston mass. Gall and examine Fob y0ubselve3 my Stock consists in part of prints Gingham Delaine White goods Brown and bleached muslims linens hosiery Woolen goods ready made clothing hats and Caps boots and shoes Glass and Queens Are cutlery amp a. Amp a. My store is on fifth Street North Side near Valley depot. George Wikle. Connersville August 12, 1sg8. Agricultural. H o 1 n e y s Richmond plows. receiving Job fall Supply. Nos. 5, 6, t. J. L. Bailey amp co. Aug. 1, 1868. Lutz s one horse wheat Drill a Fob a Ceca idols Fox i. E Abe receiving a limited sup ply. Those wanting drills would consult their interests by leaving their orders Early. We sell at manufacture is prices �35 cach. J. L. Bailey amp co. Executors Sale of real estate. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned executors of the last will of Samuel bees sen., deceased by direction and authority of the last will of said decedent will sell at Public auction on thursday the 10th Day of september next at the court House door in Connersville Indiana Between the hours of 10 o clock a. M., and 4 o clock p. Of said Day the following Beal estate of which said decedent died seized situated in the county of fa5 Ette and state of Indiana and about one and one half Miles West of the town of Connersville Viz tho South West Quarter of Section no. 26, and the North half of the South East Quarter of Section no. 27, in town no. 14 and Bango no. 12, containing two Hundred and forty acres More or less. It is Well adapted for a Stock farm with an abundance of Timber and running water Nas a comfortable Brick dwelling out buildings Orchards 4c., and is susceptible of division into two or three Small farms with improved land on each and will be sold in tracts or altogether to suit purchasers. Terms of Sale one third Cash in hand one third in twelve months and one third in eighteen months from Day of Sale the purchaser giving his note with approved surety waiving valuation and appraisement Laws bearing interest from Date. Samuel bees jb., we. , . Isaac Powell auction for. 8ugl2w4 agents wanted something foe tee Houe Marshall s line portrait of general u. A. Grant is pronounced a perfect likeness of the general in his Best expression. As a work of Art it is immeasurably Superior to All others. Mrs Grant says of it Quot i am delighted with your splendid engraving of my husband. As a likeness i do not think it could be Sena tor Sumner pronounces it Quot a rare and finished work excellent As a or. Bryant says u is really a Noble specimen of the Art of engraving and appears to to to give tho charac ter of the original More perfectly than any engraving which i have rhe Cincinnati Oak Etc says Quot the subject of tho picture and its intrinsic merits will gain for it a very extensive tho Cincinnati Commer Curti says Quot it is a great Deal the Best likeness we have Ever seen of the general giving his quiet serious Resolute face better even than it is done in a photograph. It is a work of Art so excellent of a subject so distinguished that we Are at pains to give it this this inimitable portrait is sold Only by agents and is now ready. Agents wanted in every town and Village. Address Zeigler Mccurdy amp co., augl2in4 177 West 4th st., Cincinnati 0. A Rojc ods clothing great bargains a at a Vav Allenstein s. I aug. 1, 1868. To on Haing. Othy seed aug. I 1868. J. L. Bailey amp co. A quantities to suit Purchase is. J. Ii. Bailey amp co. Aug. 1, 1868. Dry goods amp groceries. J. L. Bailey amp co. Dealers in Staple amp fancy Dey goods. Boots and shoes crockery notions amp of. Having received our Spring. Stock and making daily additions we Are prepared to offer goods at lowest Market prices. Groceries amp provisions. In this department we have a full Stock and propose to offer special inducements to but of us Quality and prices of goods. Thinking it unnecessary to enumerate All the goods we keep on Sale As our Slock is so varied we invite the Public to Call and see us. J. L. Bailey amp co. Connersville april 29, 18f8. Will inform the people of Connersville and its Vicinity that i will sell out my entire Stock of goods at first new York Cost in order to make an important change in my business. Best Calico per cd to 12 Els Good muslims do.10 to 20 cts Good Alpaca do.50 to 60 cts. Best Poppins do.45 to 50 cts. Best grenadines.40 to 50 cts. Lans.25 to 40 cts. Bestpcrcala.35 to 45 cts. Best delaines.20 to 25 cts. Domestic Gingham. 15 to 25 cts. French ginghams.30 to 85 cts. Best jaconet.25 to 50 cts. The finest Irish Linen at 75 c cats. Marsailles bed spreads at from 83.00 to 86.00, for the largest and Best. Table Linen at from 60 to 75 cents. Linen towering at from 12 to 16j bargains a in a boots shoes and gaiters. The Best boots at from $3 00 to $5 50, the Best ladies lasting gaiters $1.50 to $3,00 a and a Clothida very cheap. Cassinetto pants at from �2.00 to 85.50, Coats at from $3,50 to 86.00, very Good cassimere for 81 per yd., Cotton de at from 30 to 40 cents Kentucky jeans at from 20 to 40 cents. I have a Large assortment of e3 m. To r o i Ca. A r 1 a which will be sold very cheap also parasols Hosi eries amp summer shawls very cheap and the finest Linen Ilander chiefs for ladies at from 20 to 30 cents each. French corsets at $1.00 each hoop skirts very cheap and Many other articles too numerous to mention. Be convinced of tho fact by calling before i purchasing elsewhere if you want to save Money. Attention farmers100,000 pounds Wool wanted for which i Vytill pay tho highest Market Price. Remember the place Ola Pool s new building two doors West of the Bank. A. Wallenstein. Fifth Street West of Bank building Connersville Juno 3d, 1868. Live Boitse Ilea in Ghi d Dot Ooi Tacy Aro absolutely Dorsey i. Bilbo Jasper n. Bali j. C. Brook Batik Thos. W. Broaddus ii. Bush Martins Conner Quot William m. Crossen . F. Cartwright John f. Cotton William Clark Thos. J. Cooley l. L. Doughty William l. Davis Geo. W. Disborough William g. Dailey Charles Davis w. Ii. Downs tho a Ai Bush Daniel e. Buckley Jonathan Barilow j. W. Britt Thomas Coo John Grigler William e. Clark Bolan m. Clarke j. Ii. Clee j. F. Dane w. Dale Oliver s. Subscriptions. 1868. The publishers have perfected a system of mailing by which they can Supply the, weekly and to those who prefer to receive their periodicals directly from the office of publication. Postmasters and others desirous of getting up clubs will to supplied with a show Bill on application. The postage on Hab pub s weekly is 20 cents a year which must be paid at the subscriber s Post office. Tei is liar per s we wkly one year.$4 00 an extra copy of either the Magazine weekly or Bazar win be supplied Gratis for every club of five so scribers at $4 00 each in one remittance or six copies for $20 00. Subscriptions a Oliari be s a Gazik weekly and Bazar to one address for one year $10 00 or two of Harper s periodicals to one address for oneyear $7 00. Back numbers can be supplied at any time. The annual volumes of harpist s weekly in neat cloth binding will be sent by express free of expense for $7 each. A Complete set comprising ten volumes sent on Recei get of Cash at the rate of 25 per vo\., freight at expense of purchaser. Volume i. Ready january 1st, 1868. A of subscriptions Svet from British North american provinces most be accompanied with 24 cents additional to prepay United states postage. Address Hableb amp a bothers so Sauk new York. Notice the fall session of the co nebs Ville commercial College will commence on monday the 7tli september next third Story of the old Bank building. The Success of this institution can be attested by the Many who have availed themselves of a course in it and by samples which have been before the Public. We ofter stronger inducements to students than heretofore by the addition of new branches Book keeping penmanship commercial calculations and German. A commercial course French mathematics drawing and painting extras. We offer greater inducements than any of the City colleges for students living at a distance. For particulars apply to or address cables Peterson 8ugl2w4 superintendent. Estate of Charles Williams. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned has been appointed executor of the estate of Charles Williams late of Fayette county deceased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. William Davis augl2w3 executor. Public Sale. Notice is hereby Given that i will Offar for Sale at the office of the late or. John Doughty in Connersville Fayette county Indiana on thursday the 10th Day of september 1868, the personal property belonging to tlj3 estate of the above deceased consisting of dental tools office furniture amp a. I am also authorized to sell the dental tools at private a ale. Sale to com Ienco at 1 o clock p. Terms of Filo made known on Day of Sale. Ail Lois i . Elliott adm t. License notice. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned will apply at the next meeting of the Board of commissioners of Fayette county Indiana for License to sell intoxicating liquors in a less Quantity than a quart at a time on lot number �7 on the North West Cornero Market and fifth streets in the same room heretofore occupied As a Saloon by the applicant herein and nearly opposite the w w. V. Depot in Conyersville Conners Ville township country Indiana. Jc29w4� Martin Greenwalt. The great Medicine for the Feln cares Init bout rail every kind of an it a isl itly eruption of tie face or itch engr. Irritating or debt Reaanne cutaneous disease on any part of the person. Quot it Htit nearly relieved me of that mortifying eruption and i am now Loo lying quite like a Moti Quot write Dan rfcs e. Noble general agent of Luib Central k. B., 173 Broadway . Quot we ind it an re Mfd for Teller etc.,&Quot Rito a Higley bros., druggist Fairfield Iowa. Quot j have tried your valuable remedy for Barber a a a a. W. Butch Teilh great Turcea Quot writes c Leominster mass. Dumont of Send for circular. Price 75 cts. And 41.00. Prepared Only to Solo Palmer $6 West fourth Street Cincinnati 0. Tor Salo by druggists generally. For Sale at City drug Stobe. July22yl Connersville ind. Boots and shoes at reduced prices the undersigned Are engaged in manufacturing Bau s Patent wheat Drill the Best now in use which we Are offering at the Low Price of Twenty four dollars Cash those desiring to Purchase will do Well to Call and examine our we guarantee them to work Well. R. Marks amp co., Connersville ind. Shop Corner of Central Avenue and third Street. July 15, 1868. I have just received a Well selected Stock of Feruch and Amee Ioan and am prepared to put up work cheaper than any other shop in Connersville estate of John Doughty. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned has been appointed admin Trator of the estate of John Doughty late of Fayette county Indiana deceased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. James Elliott aug5w3 administrator. I have on hands a lot of Winter boots which i will sell Oli a Foi Roasli. Notice. All persons knowing themselves to be indebted to the estate of the late or. John Doughty Are requested to Call on to and Settle immediately and All persons having claims against the above estate will please pre sent them for payment As a speedy settlement of the same is desired. I will be found at the county clerk s office. Ja8. Elliott aiigt2 .v3 admin Sti Ator. Don t forget the place at Mullikin s old stand Corner 3d Street and Eastern Avenue. Asa s. Scott. Connersville aug. 5, 1868.-m3 Cash Quot we with pleasure announce to our patrons and citizens that our Mill is now Complete. That we will pay the highest Market Price for All kinds o Grain. Will pay special attention to exchanging and grinding All kinds o grist work and Endeavor to be Promp and give satisfaction to , ii oter nails amp a. Have now in Stock a full absorb ment of foreign amp Doi Estic at prices that defy Competition consisting in part of so Volt Spades hoes log Trace breast amp half r chains looks latches. Binges and screws out Tyiesh a. The largest and Best Stock Ever brought to this Market. Call and examine it. Would Call the Especial attention of saddlers and Carriage manufacturers to my Complete Stock of saddlery hardware and Carriage material Juat received from factory and Eastern markets at prices which can not fail to pleas builders. Persona contemplating building this season Are especially invited to Call and examine my Stock. I can furnish hardware amp Glass for any building from the smallest to the Large est and finest graph Drill. I have the Agency of this county for the above celebrated Drill. Persons wanting should leave their orders Early.3,000 Stone Coal. Special prices to persons wanting one Hundred bushels or More. For perfumery go to City drug store. Flour meal and feed of All grades kept constantly on hand and will be delivered anywhere within the corporation. Quality As represented or no Sale. Citizens will leave their orders at the Mill on Washington Street Between sixth and seventh near the Woolen factory or they will find order books at the Post office and n. H. Burk amp son s store. Orders will be attended to every . Piave the change read on delivery. H. Ii. Wetherald amp sous. Connersville 2ath july 186s. Novelty of the age the Patent blacking Brush called tit Jok Jea j Call and see Iti in fact i have a full Stock of everything usually kept in a first class hardware store at prices cheaper then the cheapest. Call and examine and Price before purchasing elsewhere. Thankful for past of tutors i solicit a continuance of the same. J. A. Hanson Central Avenue Connersville in july 1st, uses

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