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12 Jan 1865

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12 Jan 1865

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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - January 12, 1865, Connersville, IndianaLocati department. A Gonne mlle Tannd Ftp Jan. 12, 1865. A Bawa it dad. / it is pleasant to see boys enjoy them Bulves in any innocent game or recreation. Playa that Are harmless which require a sch exertion is will give the Muscles a Lively exercise should be while boys Are growing they need exercise to Duve Lope their physical Structure and if they Are Aitken thing school they re quire relaxation from study and such amusements As will invigorate the mind. It is natural for boys to seek sport and their Inolin ions in that respect should be Humoured to a temperate degree. To Send a boy to school and confine him in the House Between his study hours would be a poor Way to make a Bright and intelligent Man of him. Such a course might make a calculating machine of him or a Parot to repeat what it had Learned by Rote. But it could produce nothing More for it would leave him with a dwarfed mind and diseased body. Don t deprive your son of amusement then or expect him to conduct himself with the sober Ness of a Man. Rather let his Youthful spirits have play and direct them in a harmless and innocent Channel. Almost every boy hails with Delight the a ppr Achi of Winter. That is the jollies season for them. Then comes the sledding the skating and the time for Snow forts and Snow Balling. None of these Are improper sports of themselves yet when a vicious ill mannered boy Snow balls he becomes a nuisance. He throws his balls at All passers without respect to age or sex the Young scamps congregate in squads on Corners and scarcely a Sleigh or vehicle can Paas without the occupants being pelted with a Shower of Snow balls. The result of these assaults Are always disagreeable and sometimes disastrous to the victims. Horses Are frightened and run a Way and frequently the persons occupying the vehicle or Sleigh to which they Are attached receive thereby some bodily injury. Such sport is reprehensible and should not be allowed. If boys Are not taught by their pm Rente to respect the feelings and rights of those who am Bhimu Quot a lady Hai sent a a anon communication on Quot the Union Quot was no doubt intended to be an t Meni fio Webster Bat we Are old fas enough to like his style Best and do Clint to publish it Eveo were it pained by the name of the contributor. While speaking upon this subject we m As Well state that under no circumstances will we publish a communication which is not accompanied by the name of the writer. A month or More ago some person in the Vicinity of Bentonville. Sent us a dirty thing abusing one of his neighbors. He did not sign his name to it but expected us to do the dirty work which he was ashamed to acknowledge. We Are not in the habit of polluting our columns with such filthy Siang in our own behalf and would be less Likely to do so for the Benefit of an unknown blackguard. Those who Are ashamed of their productions need not expect us to publish them and we want All Anonymous correspondents to understand that we will give their communications no consideration whatever. In or i pit cent vex i comb Taz. Patsi of Fay bib cow it. The following is a Complete list of the residents of Fayette county who pay a five per cent income tax under the special act of Congress. The names a re Given in alphabetical order As we find them on the assistant assessor s books. Where fractions of dollars oct Tel a omit them Jones William Jones Thomas. Jackson Thomas. Daring attempt at robbery. The Liberty Herald of the 11th inst., has the following account of a daring attempt to Rob the treasurer s office of Union county on Friday night last the office of the county treasurer was entered by burglars who attempted to get into the urge Iron and burglar proof Safe recently purchased by the county commissioners. The padlock and bar across the front part of the Safe were broken off with a Sledge Hammer and one of the outside doors blown away with a very heavy charge of powder. A Large Hole was also drilled in the Middle tier of doors and powder inserted and exploded but the door was uninjured. The in Lerance to the office was effected by blowing off the lock of the door with powder. All the Money known to have been secured by the burglars was ten or twelve dollars in postal currency which or Clark kept in a table drawer for convenience in making change. This is altogether the most daring attempt at burglary that we have Ever been called upon to record. Had an Entrance to the inside of the Safe been gained the burglars would have secured a Large amount of Booty As at this season of the year the treasurer has on hand a Large sum received for taxes. No clue to the burglars has yet been obtained. a is Levi. A ton Stout. App i Enoch. Burk n barrels Brown animus Baker Daniel Bush Robert Backhouse Sam l. Beck w. A. Beck Chris. Baker David. Band rant 0. A. Bark Elisha. Burk John j. Bunnell we. Burnside h. A. Beaver David a. Brown we. 8 Brum Fiel John. Brooks Alft a. Brow re Amuel. Buk a Calvin. Broaddus w. A. Bike to a. To. Botteman Eber. Brookbank c. A. Backhouse a. Barwick b. Of. Ball John a. Ball Jarvis. Bailey John a. Barber g. A. Burris Daniel. Beck John Brown we. Buckl Esthom As. Baker John. Bates John. Beesen Temple. Banks William. Bates John or. Campbell Thomas. Chrisman William. Casady Aaron. 23 Conner b. Of. Crandle Elihu. 35 Jones Joseph a Johnston Freeman 30 Jones William. 35 Jeffrey Ephraim. »7 Johnson Lawrence. 16 Jones George a. 10 Justice Joseph. 75 Ennedy a. A. 19 err John. 115 Shner Annam. 13 tri afters of Beal estate. The following transfers of real estate have been reported by the county Recor Are older than themselves then they should Jug Joce our Issue Sparks wm4 39 Sample Jacob 6 Smith a. A. Thomas Probasco. A Taylor we. A. A Thompson a. He. Thomas Jesse a. Tjomas Benjamin. Thompson James a tone Rob. A. Tingley u. Thistle wait . Tatman Jas. Athorn Hurum. Trusler a Lton. Treadway g. A. Thrasher w. Thomas Frank a. Trusler Nelson. Trusler Gilbert. Updegraffe. A. Vanhorn James. Veatch h. A. Vance Samuel. Vance Sam l a. Veatch David. Williams Jeremiah Walker Samuelf Wilson Johns. Wooster this. A. Williams Josiah. Woods Newton a. Walters we by Williaim. Ward James. Wadley James a. Wright Henry a. Wilson cd. Wright Thomas. Wright Thomas. Wiles Peter a Williams in. Wherrett we. A. Wilson Jer a. Wilson Hugh. W.illiam8 Chas. Wright Harvey. Wagoner Emanuel Webb Forest. Walker John. Wilson Louis a. Young Alfred. Zeller Ignatius. Pratt Brothers. R 1 be taught a severer lesson by the Law. In other corporations boys who throw stones or Snow balls on the Street Are a. A rested and fined. Let such a Law a passed by our City fathers and vigorously enforced. It seems that boys of this town cannot refrain from pelting persons passing along the streets. It is time that the Quot a people were protected from Euch annoyances. We would be sorry to see boys curtailed of any innocent enjoyment but if they will not confine their sport among themselves a few fines would teach them. # belter manners. Col. Kojm x. Orr. We learn by a correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazette who writes rom Columbia tenn., under Date of the 2d of january that the 1st brigade 1st division of the 23 1 army corps is now under command of col. John m. Orr of this place. The brigade is composed of the following regiments 120th Indiana 124ih Indiana 128th Indiana and 142d Ohio. The 2d brigade of the same division commanded by col. John Mcquis ton is composed of the 123d, 129th and 130th Indiana. The 23d corps moved out of Columbia on the 2d, but its destination was unknown. E. B. Thomas to l. R. Thomas House and it in Connersville 700 a. G. Bilby to we. Erwin House and lot in Fairview. 600 c. C. Binkley to Amos Chapman two lots of ground in Alquina. 250 David Veatch to Elijah Jemison 90 acres in Connersville township. 4400 in this week s Issue of the times will be found a Complete aft of the five per cent income tax levied on citizens of Fayette county. A perusal of it will satisfy the Reader that quite a number pay their taxes in Gold. Or. J. W. Hall president of Miami University will lecture at the Seminary this evening on Quot the. Characteristics of the ancient admission fifteen cents. Casady John. Conoway a. A. Clip lord Benjamin. 6 Claypool a. J4 Conner h. D. Conner John m Colea. M. B24 Claypool Newton. ,486 Corbin e. A. Caldwell t.j64 Cully sampson47 Coe elijah24 Custer hiram18 Cassell Bihn f20 Conner william40 Claypool b. F348 Caldwell joseph53 Chitwood Joshua. 20 Chitwood g. R23 commons j. D15 Curry thomas19 Claypool e. F399 Churchill james23 Conner robert3 Caldwell Samuel. 39 Claypool a. Bc15 Caldwell james37 Cole joseph58 Caldwell train4 Contrell a. B90 Conwell lafe20 if Lowell Nathaniel Cotton wm35 Dehaven Isaac or. Deraven Sam is Doughty john10 Dale Wilson t77 Dill david32 Dehaven c. A. Dickey james45 Dickov we. Devor wm9 Dale Joseph d7 Davis Wilson t25 Dickson John b9 Duncan wui21 Douthit charles20 Elliott David. Elliott james4� Edwards c. B31 ebert Anthony. Edwards Elmore. 84 Guiott Elijah Elliott john108 Edwards lewis1 Enyart Sam l15 Ellis lewis26 King Kerr r. Kerr Josil Haiti 23 Knipe Kep William. Kab ser John Leonard Valentine Leonard Jacob. Leach Joshua.18 Lewis romeo3 Lair john6 Louderback j19 Long moses5 Lake willis16 Lockhart john7 Lyman Chauncy. 28 Lake phinets10 Lowry james48 Loper albert35 Lyons abraham13 Limpus nelson53 Limpus James. 53 Lambert Clayton. 4 Layson albert4 Ludlow s. B30 Lack Hart moses5 Loder alfred12 Lear samuel15 Lockhart thos27 Little samuel12 Limpus w. F41 Lindsex wm35 marshal joseph35 Middleton wm5 Murphy john35 molfittjohn15 Martin George a. 10 Mcintosh James a. 49 Mccann basil0 minor noah15 Mccain daniel13 a Gilligan Moyer jacob45 michenerwash19 Morrison a a. Mcintosh levin20 Mccarty john9 Martin robert14 Moore anderson350 Mullen henry5 Mason ozias44 Mason ozro44 masters John q12 minor samuel17 minor Joseph. 17 Martes robert22 Montgomery we a 22 Mcconnell j a. A Subrai of our exchanges Are copying an article from the times in regard to its raining Oil in this place. The item was Etty Greasy and no wonder it went Down sorry to spoil a Good Story boat i the item referred to was published that amp Jinai Gevered on the top of the water after the rate of cd leaked from somebody s can. It is stated that the Telegraph of not operate Well in a fog. Be that As it May after Reading a Telegram a Man is often left in the fog. Cibor vinegar is a scarce article in this Burg. Farmers who have a surplus could command Grod prices for it by bringing it to Market. A those desiring entertaining literary Reading matter should Call at Ryder s and get the Quot Flag of our Union Quot and the Quot Waverly these Are weekly publications and Are not excelled in the neatness of their typographical execution. who relish Good Mutton should Call at the shop of Hensley amp sobs to Morrow morning. Fall and Winter oif Quot 1.804. Boots amp shoes Tor the fall and Wintek Trade. John f. Cassell a a now of hand a full Assort jul. Mentor boots shoes and of items made expressly to his order in Boston and Cincinnati and Are of the Best Quality. The ladies Are especially invited to Call and sex Usu Ine his Stock. Custom work. Particular attention will be Given As usual to the manufacture of gaiters and Balmoral for ladies also men s French calf and Kip boots sewed and pegged. Call at the sign of Ihu red Boot Conwell Block Monroe Street. Connersville nov. 1, ls64. Cincinnati Cash store. amp Wert admission free r a in order to remove an erroneous impress Eion that exists in the Community we Are requested to state thatt Mission will be rrb to those attending the exercises con needed with the presentation of new regalia to the officers of Fayette Lodge no. 1. O. O. F., which will take place at National Hall to Morrow Friday evening. There will be no supper. It is hoped that these exercises will be inter a being to those who Are not acquainted with the rites and Here Moriea of Odd Fel Iowa hip and the Public Are cordially invited to Tbs county commission Sra met at the court House last saturday to Receiva in attn Tiona from the several to we abide m Fayetta county in regard to paying a Banfy to Volunteer. Thay were inst Roet and to Maka an Effort to fill tha quota of tha Ernnt i and thus free it from draft. To hat and Ihen were authorise to Offar what Bounty they in their judgment a Ovid deem necessary. A letter received by we. Stewart from Bis son Lieut. George f. Stew 124th Indiana states that Hen returned to Hia regiment on Obj Liiv a if Rind will be pleased to Imron that bar Quot the commune Citilia to Ltd too Lata for it will be discovered upon Reading the list of the five per cent income tax payers of this county that some men who own excellent farms have smaller incomes than others who Are merely clerks. We always had an inclination for farming but this exhibit has somewhat dampened our enthusiasm on the subject. Think of a Man owning a Section or two of Fayette county land and paying an income tax of holy four dollars the governor s message has been received but too late for insertion in this week s Issue. We understand that an Oil company with ample capital has been organized in this place. They propose to Prospect in Southern Indiana. Fiant John. Flora Lewis a. Fiant Jonah. 8 Frost Charles. 50 Frost Hyatt. 47017 21 100 20 95 20 1 39 45 35 it is said in the scriptures Quot where thy treasures Are there will thy heart be tha Converse of this is no doubt likewise True and under such a supposition the Small revenues of certain copperheads can be accounted for. Their hearts Are in the South and there must be their treasures also. A m irim a James Collier a Printer formerly of this place who entered the service As a private has bean promoted to a captaincy in tha 19th Indiana regiment. Arror a Long spell of Enow and rain wad Leaday morning the Eloida had Dia perseid and the Sun shone Forth brilliantly on Tai it White Robed earths this reminds it thai now is the time for those who want photographs to Call at Tatman s there will be plenty of Light on the subject at the present time. Tha Best Quality of Frash Maata Oan be bad every morning at Hantle y a Sona shop in Tea of a Arii Block. Ebay also keep lard and Angar cared bams. _ a Tbs Quot Justice farm one of tha most desirable Comet Saadi in Oranga township a offered for talk a Adver tiie ant m Lenas pc. a Ferguson Lin. Ferguson Liv. Frybarger w. A. Gregg John a. Grote Joseph a. Gregg v. A. Grist Samuel. Groenendyke Jno. Griffis Theodore a. Grill in Oliver. Gamble robert6 Griffith Lewis r10 Grubb Joseph d19 Gray hugh14 Gruwell belinda3 Gilliland john23 Green newell5 gise daniel4 Gilchrist John l35 Gray John g50 Green w. H10 Hamilton ndlh26 Hartman Levi.5 5 hires charles5 Hibbs thomas11 Hughes s.w33 halld.d45 Martin Ezra. Mccrory we. Morrison daniel18 Manlove wm74 Murphy James a. 35 Mccarty otho25 Moffitt andrew25 Manlove ab11 Mcconnell ed9 monfortja47 Matney alex28 Moffitt Samuel a. 12 Manlove jesse13 mar Rio eld s s3 Martin Richard. 11 Marks Thomas a. 18 mcfarlanjb25 Mcllwain wm49 Michener Thomas. 3 Mcdonald John.4 Michener we i.26 mount James .12. Mount david4 Mason philip7 Merrill wm40 mount charles23 Moffitt v .41 Quot Mullikin george35 Newkirk wm113 Newland johni15 Nash richard11 Newhouse wm7 Ostheimer peter26 orrwj25 6 Perks Walter g5 37 Porter clark28 Porter a j10 Price william5 Pike levi16 Pratt Geo p65 Pratt David h65 Piper Josiah 6 Piper Harvey m6 Petro jonathan13 Porter lewis2 Pepper we j25 Perkins wis Parish johns12 Pumphrey b m44 Plummer h11 prinejl20 Parker Susan b25 Plummer w g.16 Ryburn john45 Ridge john23 Rawls David. 17 Reed philip6 roots p h172 roots f mv172 would invite the attention of the Public to their present Stock of fall amp Winter goods which they Are prepared to sell at Small profit. They have a Large line of ladies dress goods such As prints All Quot Wool Delaine alpacas flannels Lineys Balmoral skirts Etc., Etc. Ladies cloaks and shawls a Large Stock of the most fashionable in the Market at very Low prices. Cloth Casa Meres sat nets Tweedy and jeans for men and boys Wear. Ready made clothing. A full Stock of men and boys Winter clothing including Coats pants vests shirts drawers neck ties Etc. E Abe now prepared to show our eur Tomera a Large Stock of goods of id , including Many unique Kcf Enk found in no other atm a a on a Nerville and i mini he Bloomi ii a Jill Rizir it Lill cheap As usual Eli if Mii gab nio interest to examine our Stockm fore purchasing and More especially those who Are in want of first class new styles of goods. Ladies dress goods. A Large line of plaid Poppins of latest adoption scotch Lineys a fabric entirely new All Wool plaid Tarleton embroidered Merines and alpacas elegant yar4i wide corded de voyages All Wool and in All colors Delaine All Wool Plain and figured a Large line of Hamilton Manchester and Pacific Delaine at less than Market prices. Job dress goods by the pattern the cheapest in the Market by 26 cents per Yard. Ladies fancy furs. A Large line of Choice muits collars Victo Rines and capes of All the desirable furs. Gloves gauntlets and mittens. Also fur gloves of bearer Otter and Young Seal together with a full assortment of genuine Buck Buffalo and Goat skin gloves gauntlets and mittens. Misses plaid shawls ladies All Wool breakfast capes and shawls 4-4 Check shawls 2 by 4 Long shawls Broche scarfs �c., amp a. Best make of Black Silks at less than usual Price. Orb ladies shoe depart Leht is Replete with every desirable style from a calf skin Bootee to the finest Gaiter manufactured. Also a Good line of children s shoes. Groceries. Provisions. Confection eries amp of. W. H. Moyer keeps constantly on hand a full assortment of and a visions sch dried beef spices candles Coal Oil a sugars Coffee teas molasses Bacon a also candies nuts raisins he Sells for Cash and is satisfied with Small profits. Old and new customers Are invited to Call when they desire anything in his line. He will be found at the old stand on Monroe Street opposite the Claypool building. Connersville nov. 24, 1864. L. R amp o. I. Thomas dealers in Cabinet furniture. East Side of Monroe Street opposite t. L. Griffis dry goods store Connersville Indiana. The ladies Are respectfully invited to Call and examine the Stock on hand. Marked Gratis boxes and packages for the army. Roysden we. Roszell we a. Rudy Hester. Riggs James. Reed John. Rutherford Joseph. Reed Thomas. Hauk William. A Streid John 8 hankinswm.j65 hedrickb.g.32 Honor inn John. 81 hotchkissa.n15 Halderman f10 Heron james28 Huston William amp Hackleman h.9 Huston William n. 18 Huston mary9 plans off. A22 Hanson 0. C22 Harlan samuel34 Huston james74 Huston william74 Hiatt Jordan. Henby elia�15 Harar do. W. 10 Histon thomas10 Hanson j. A.27 Harst sarah.20 Huston Hussey Jonathan. 80 Hanilton j. 84 Hastings Matthew. Hanson 0. A41 . Amp Halsted Hickson. 6 Heron barbara43 Houston Wip. A 35 Holten jesse45 Hackleman James 41 Ingles John.6 Ingles Boone Jemison William. 14 Jemison Oliver a. 10 Job Samueli. 2 John qreenup.12 Jemison Sara vol. 41 Jones. L.1� Jemison Elijah. 11 Jeffrey Hiram �2 Jones Hiram. 8ft Job Naoa come Lii 14 Jonas william14 Ross j a. Reed we. Rees Justice. Rodgers John a. Reibsome Jacob. Rea Daniel. Sherry Daniel. Savvage John. Stelle Jeptha. Scholl John a. Shipley t a. Shortridge Daniel. Spivey John. Nortridge James. Spring George. Saunders Hugh. Shraders a. Stephen t a. Schou Jacob. Stanley Nathan. So men Golting. So Ofield Sylvester. Steele James. S�l7�r Charle Stingle Isaae Smith c a. Sigerson w p shield Robert Spivey Adam. Smallwoods. Sutcliff Fem. Stoops be spar h Sims Chris a. Smiley Binson. Smith .tame�.i. Sim. John. Spivey John or. Stoops John. Saxon. A. Go Shipley Millwood. Btl Gle a Lwi urd. 4 beat for r boots Azud Sloos. In this department our Stock is Large embracing shoes and painters a for ladies and misses and men and boys heavy Winter boots and shoes also children s Wear. In Call at Bateman s old stand Corner of Monroe and Harrison streets decl Connersville ind. Undertakers. Metallic burial cases of All sizes some suite Able for the smallest children. A wooden coffins on hand and made to order at All times. L. R. Amp o. I. Thomas. Connersville nov. 24,1864. Daily and weekly newspaper amp periodical. Depoti hardware 6 12 9 5 25 62 51 �0 3 33 18 7 6 5 7 14 30r 9 24 7 3 2 64 5 0 32 10 6 12 33 12 8 7 7 10 8 9 83 18 9 40 81 21 �3 20 19 17 a ii John 19 Scholl Solo non.r.24 la those who Are in want of Iron nails Glass Putty axes table cutlery pocket cutlery farm Bells Tea Bells Mink traps rat traps rape Pamus fire arms chains Saddle set thou thoas Box pigs clothing clothing a new lot of overcoats undercoat pants and vests and gentlemen s furnishing goods generally. Millinery goods. An elegant assortment of millinery goods All the latest styles now on hand. Come and look at the new styles. No one else can show them. Ribbons and trimmings. As before and at All times we have the richest goods and the greatest variety. Cloak and dress trimmings. Oar Stock embraces All the latest styles. Balmoral Balmoral a Beautiful line of ladies Balmoral skirts from $4 7& to $20 each. Or any other article usually kept in a hardware 111� in the tally House b Street. Store will find them by Callin on so at our of lion room in the tally House building Omil Ironrope Quot Reet. We pay the highest Price for Pera Iron brass and cop a. Walton it foot. Connersville nov. 24,1884. $75 to $150 per month. The Little giant sewing machine company want an agent in each county to solicit orders for their new i Tefik Dollar machine with Mage Serew Driver and extra Needles. We jul Pam Liberal salary Ana Ott enss or give Large Coli Hsion. For pct ice is ,fcc., enclose stamp and address t. 8. Page Toledo Ohio general agent for the United states. Iept29m3 daily and weekly newspapers. Godey sharper a Leslie a Peterson s magazines. A also Eole Otio Continental Ltd Atlantic. Monthlies at publisher s prices can be had at the to Laws a it a pc get top a e. B. Ryder East Side Monroe Street half Square North of Bank of the state nov5 a Connersville ind. A it is useless farther to particularism. Suffice it to say that if you Are in want of any dry goods notions boots shoes clothing or Mil liner goods Yoa Wili consult your own interest Best by making an examination of our Stook. As our goods were All Eim full selected from the largest importing Hoasea ii new York end Boston and figured for on the lowest a sible terms the attempt to Balsase the North pole on one i Little Finger would be no More foolish than the idea of Competition with our Stock or comparison with our goods styles and prices. Fli will in no ease sell Yoa a poor Stiele but Gire you the Best at the lowest Price. \ me and see As. Howard philae Tippma or diseases of the nervous seminal urinary and sexual systems new and reliable treatment it in report of the Howard association sent % a Oil in sealed letter envelopes Ilia hear get address skill let hour Etc it Koward ass Eil Tlok a no. So by Totth Kintli a treat pull Del. Phi a a 4 a jts Tyr. It a Pratt Brothers new York store co a a Mihey la a titi bonnets trimmings amp a. Miss Lizzie compion desires to Call the attention of the ladies of Connersville and the surrounding country to her present Stock of bonnets hats ribbons Flowers. Head dresses trimmings <&o., it by. These goods were selected with care by herself in new York and Are new fashionable and cheap. Purchasers will find it to their interest to Call at her room in Conwell s Block nest door to or. Cassell s Boot and shoe store. Connersville nov. 3, 1864. Or. A. D. Tyrrel office in Fearis s Block up stairs Connersville ind. Has had an extensive practice in treat hid chronic diseases and for the last four years has been most successful in the treatment of diseases Peculiar to females As Well is All other Quot ills to which flesh is diseases of a confidential character either in their Primi or secondary forms with their consequent impurities lurking in. The system most elect rally cured in the shortest possible time. Diseases arising from mercurial abuses directions of the Eye and ear scr Fula in its varied forms spinal fit actions together with the Long train of sermons diseases will be treated with the most approved Safe and Efi Eota Al remedies. Or. Tyr ers advantages and his extensive experience in the treatment of the above disease enable him to hold out inducements to the afflicted to give him a Call. Office hours from 8 o clock a. M. Till 9 p. M. No charges for consultation. Barb Iiron. For evidence As to my Success in the treatment of chronic diseases i would refer to the following persons capt. Eugene Routhe or. Marks Sampson Chilly Mihi Gesselly a Cai Mfd. Daniel Rench Green or. Wolfram l. Quot a. Mccormick Joel Parker november 14,1864 won la used. Housand pounds wanted at the old Capuy a two by a . Jpkankik8. A Platy thousand pounds of Wool

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