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Delphi Journal (Newspaper) - September 24, 1862, Delphi, Indiana My is amp pc it Lalji it Normil. Delphi Indiana. Run Esi a a beet Emmeh g t. Unconditional Union state ticket. of 8tatk, William a. Peelle. Auditor of it at Aujest Lanou tric Aiu ii ice of Stath. Jonathan 8. Harvey. Attorney on Quai Delana e. Williamson. of purus ik8tbuctiok, John i. Morrison. Ric pour i by tar or court William s. A Mith. Fur Conques a Bjo Htu i Itri it Cli Oil love 0 Olin. Common pleas probe cutout. Lewis 0. Pierce. A moms Union county ticket. T state senator r. P. Davidson. Vuk j. M. Darnell. Treasurer j. H. Stewart. A sheriff we. Barnett. Coroner j. Sidenbender jul. Commissioner j. A. Shanklin. At the sumo time tying the rope to by Sec. The old Man then said a Jiang Ono then gave a blow with a whip to the horse upon which Cave Najr a at Tho hero sprang Forward and the faithful norvant of god and his county pissed into eternity. You will remember that would fulfil his inst request Tho flesh off his Bones and threw it to the hogs his heart was Cut out and Laid in a Public plies till it rotted. Can it to wondered of few Are Strong enough to resist those the Only legitimate argument for rebellion ? a of love s. Grill Union candidate for Congress will address the people of Carroll county As follows Prince William Wod nonday sept. 24ib, at i of clock a m. Burlington wednesday of clock p. M. Sept. 24th, at 7 thursday sept. Smiths school House 20th, Al i of clock p. M. Camden thursday sept. 25th, at 7 of clock p. M. Lockport Friday sept. 2gth, at i of clock . Cullums school House Friday sept. 26th, at 7 of clock p. M. Sept. 15 1862. Quot wont answer. According to the times the candidates on the Breckenridge ticket refuses to answer whether the endorse Tho 8th-of-j armary convention and its nominees. We should think men who can endorse and circulate the speeches of Richardson Vanlandingham and Voorhees would have the on the platform their leaders have made for them. But it seems such is not the fact. Here is what Tho limes says a the editor of Tho journal says urn people would like to know through the columns of the tunes whether or not All our candidates endorses the 8th-of-january convention a the people endorse our candidates and Are a going to elect them. Their personal characters Are their vouchers though if there be any one who has an insane desire to know the Peculiar views of any of our candidates they will have an Opportunity of knowing As they will visit the Jie Ople throughout the county personally during the present there it is is it not Manly if any one has an a insane desire to know their a Peculiar views they will a be around directly and let them know. We presume they calculate to find a great Many insane republicans. If they Are unconditional Union men As they Are telling throughout the county How can they support the Breckenridge ticket when they use that argument put the sues Tion direct a do you support the 8fh-of-Januiry platform and its correspondence of Tho journal my. Scott dear Sib a sometime ego i received a letter from heme stating thai i had Boon arrested and was to to for desertion. At the Tito i paid no attention to it until thin morning Captain pig Cuan showed me a letter from his father stating that the report was general that such was Tho fact. I would not Havo noticed it had it not been that Thoro might become who would believe it. I have Nover been under an arrest for desertion nor have i Ever been court marshalled for any offence a but have always tried to discharge my duty to the Best of my ability. It is trus that when i returned to my regt. From duty on the brigade staff of col. Slack col. Fitch placed me in arrest for w hat i cannot Tell As there was never any charges made against me. After keeping nit in arrest As Loag of he could under the regulations without a copy Marshall he ordered my release. I was at that time vary sick and As soon As i was fit for Doty assumed command of my company and intend to stay with them until the end of the War with the permission of divine Providence. The members of Tho company have gotten up a refutation of the report and ask that you publish it through the columns of your paper so that the truth May be known. Yours truly b. B. Daily capt. Camp or 46th regiment 1nj>. Vol. I Helena Arkansas sept. Lith �?T02 it company of of said regiment. 3 in. Editor a having heard that there is a report in circulation in your Community that Captain b. B. Daily of our company has been court marshalled and sentenced to be shot for conduct unbecoming an officer or Soldier. Said report is fatso in every particular and we the undersigned members of said company do Brand the author of the same As a liar a scoundrel and a Coward. Clit. Daily has never been court marshalled for any offence and is now and has been in command of the company since he recovered from his sickness. Joel Ferris first lieutenant. J. M. Perking second Lieut. George w. Yeats 1st Sega to. John 3hafor, 2d scr go to. George Turtle 3d Sega to George Mccormick 4th leg t. Goo. W. In be 5th Serge to. John Robinson 1st Corporal. M Ithael Rader 2d a a Mic Gael Blue 3d a a % Joseph a. Herman 4th a a win. D. Butler 5th a a a. Paden musician. Privates. Jump Dontot jump. Wait till she beaches and you la to Dut the panic stricken could not restrain themselves nod leaped into Tho sea before Tho ship had neared Tho Breakers. But Tho great majority behaved with greater coolness Ami maintained their they a Aid they presence of mind and firmness at Tho mod Well they Cut critical moment. One lady whose name our informant did not know approached him pearling an infant in her arms. She said a i believe you Ato or. a yes a a can you save my child a a i done to know Madam that i shall save myself. A win children Eho had another three years of age can to saved / will consent tube burned in that fire fas silo spoke she solemnly pointed to Tho crackling lib Mes us they furiously raged in Tho Centre of the ship. She never left the vessel perished probably by drowning but Lier infant and child Wero saved. The it ii i jul Eva. Our reports to Day from the Potomac Are somewhat confused yet they Are favourable. It appears that Tho Robola Are yet in greater or less Force hanging about that Stream and in Ono Case it least hive attempted to re Tunc Cri cur a a i or no any. Or. Swank will boat Tho Jacoby House on the 3d and 4th of each month. Persons had better cull Early As the doctors room is generally very much crowded with patients about the Middle of Tho Day. Or. 8. Will no doubt Render general satisfaction As he is a regular graduate of one of Tho Best Reform medical colleges in the United states Aud he has had an experience of some Twenty years practice and stands High As a physician in his profession. To treats All forms of chronic diseases and especially cancers and his Success in this disease is scarcely excelled by any physicians in the West. Lie cures them or charges nothing for his services. Or. Swank discards the use of All poisons making use Only of innocent and effectual remedies selecting and preparing his medicines himself. They Are pleasant to take not sickening or do Silitai ing but bracing and Hydraulic ram. Stirling news Noah Cory Battle at Richmond Monitor sunk Beauregard killed. Fort fit Tobl re ii will never surrender wholesale and retail dealer in groceries anti for i a m now prepared to put up the machines at shorn or Tiro in any pail of the county and Wim warrant them to throw from three to fifteen Hundred gallon per Day. When sufficient water and consequently patients Are not deprived of fall can be nod to run them. Vineal any Mariner can at Small expend have a constantly running doing Moderato labor. The doctor deals honestly with his patients if he cannot Benefit them he will Tel hts patients. He carries a full Cross into mar land and been repulsed. Supply of medicines and charges Low for Bis whether this is owing to their being Cut off prescriptions. From Retreat to the Shenandoah Valley or some Oiler reason we cannot say. Our army appears to be quite generally successful in the engagements with them. The escape of Tho rebel gunboat Ovalo at Mobile and the cashiering of copt. Preble Thore fur is announced. It seems that Bosen Araoz has had a Battle with Price at Iuka miss., and Defeated him. Tile engagement was a severe . Drafting Iii Indiana. Indianapolis sept. 17. An order was issued to Day from the general commissioners office from which the following extracts Are taken the returns Are now ail in and the quotas of the several townships in each county will be forwarded to the enrolling commissioners of the several counties before the close of the present week if possible. Each township will thus be enabled to ascertain its deficiency and if that is supplied by volunteers before the Day fixed for the draft then no Haft will be made in that township and if the deficiency is Only partly supplied by volunteers then the draft will Only be made for the residue. According to data furnished by the general government the number to be yet supplied by Indiana to relieve her a rom Hie draft is 6,000. Volunteers will be received for twelve months not Only to Supply the deficiency of 6,000, but also an equal number from the state Ai Large will be accept. Making a total of 12,Ock. The draft will take place on the 6lh May of october next in every township in which any deficiency exists at that time. Indiana has in the Field and in Camp Over 90,000 volunteers and it is confidently believed that no resort to a draft will be necessary for the Small Sec Iii circular which contains thirty five or Folly Good certificates of cases of cancer he has cured lie has More than a Hun dred cancers preserved in spirits which he took out. Consultation free of charge. 03r at Indianapolis an elderly gentleman from the country was observed inside the room during the examination of exempts and being asked what to wanted there replied that lie had three daughters at Home and he wished to Sec the faces of the Young men asking exemption that his daughters might never marry the to a Madison Cour. Q3r thus far Illinois has furnished two artillery regiments thirteen cavalry and one Hundred and Twenty six infantry regiments in All one Hundred and forty seven regi meets. 0the widow of the Jato Hon. Samuel w. Parker was killed on tuesday last at her farm near Connersville by the breaking of a threshing machine. She was superintending the work. But a few Days before she Stream of water right at by door. The waste water passing through his milk House of to his barn Yard or both. It is one of the Moat convenient and useful machines of the Day and needs Only to lie seen to be appreciated june 18, 1803. N. Smith. Do. Wom All late of Tho i a a y if Ftp r has removed to Indianapolis where he will continue to treat All diseases of the Hyb ill Nix consumption bronchitis disease Peculiar to women especially such As have obstinately resisted Ordinary treatment scr Fula in All its forms. And All other diseases v of Long standing. While or. Worrall has enjoyed unusual advantages in the Hest medical schools and hospitals in London he is a Eveith less convinced that there is no pretension so absurd a that Whir a assumes that any one Man can treat every disease to which flesh is heir. He has theft fore for years confined himself to the treatment of chronic diseases and to this fact he at tributes that enviable reputation which he now enjoys. Offices on ground floor 32 East Street nearly opposite Ute Post office. Persons desiring priv Etc interviews can he taken at the Pittsburgh Union Mills. Grand improvements trauma turgid Power weaving. The Star factory of the provisions. In the rooms formerly occupied by Rinehart Bowen co. i a it a a a a f i % persons i Ivunie interviews can be Tai been in the c i to meet the teams of ,moff by addressing or. Worn i As a Kari i reads we publish on the first Page of our paper to Day Tho Kansas letter of John Pettit and the speech of gov. Wrights both of them life Long democrats. The one is an unconditional democrats the other is a Breckenridge Democrat and consequently a sympathiser. Gov. Wright in Days gone by has received the vote of almost every Democrat in Carroll county now he is denounced by a majority of them As an abolitionist and a traitor to Bis party and simply because he is doing what be always has done standing by the Constitution and the Union. We should think some of our democratic friends would Blush for shame when they say they prefer Pettit to Wright. But such is party Drill they go for their party first and their country last. Pettit a letter must convince any one upon a careful Reading that he has been in Tho secret of the rebel doings from the first. No one can deny but be cretors the South to the North. But read the letter and the speech. A t a ii Campbell a chicle a p Culhan d Connell Jan Crippin l Corrigan d d Leslie w f Faulkner Samuel Gable t c a e t Osborn win f Naco a w Tripp s Thompson f m Shaffer j t Quinn Wra Matthews win ii Knettle h Mullan # win Douglas r Sharp t j Kulm the people would like to know whether or not or. Stewart and or. Darnell stands squarely on the Chicago platform together you dare not say that one dues and the other does not times. No body but a fool would ask such a silly. Re Eph Hastings question. The Republican party have no organisation in Carroll county consequently the Chicago platform is out of the question. The Constitution and the preservation of the Union is the Only consideration of the Union party at present. Drs. Stewart and Darnell have thrown party platforms to Tho winds. James Caudle n Dickey Seth Ireland g g Wickham Isaac Riner Jas Hastings Jacob sell Jonas Sloniker Andrew Spence Michael Taft e Jacob Gates win f stronger a Jas s Coleman Jonathan Haring s Shuey win Noble Abraham Coe Kph am die Jas Morgan Henry e Berry Daniel Fry peer Hastings. Her son win. Scott Parker who was killed at Richmond state Sentinel. Nate risk Quot on the 18th inst., by Esq. Leonard James Green to miss Rebecca Jane Mallard All of Carroll county id. On the 7th inst. By la. Olds Esq. Lewis Schnell of Delphi to miss Catharine Grosshans of Lafayette. New Ril Liller goods. Iss so Woald return her sincere thanks to the ladle of Delphi and Vicinity Tor their very Liberal patronage the past season. And inform them that she has just received from new Yolk a chs a p. Ham it a Ouk and fashion. M love or through the Post office. Of Lii the doctors absence the business will be conducted by competent assistants. 2pv Juno 18, 1962. La a t Stoke e. Olds takes pleasure in informing the citizens of Carroll county that he has lately a Tennessee hero. A there was in Van Buren county an old methodist preacher of a great Deal of ability named Cavender. He was from the first a most determined Union Man and As Ilia influence in the county was great they determined to make an example of him and gel him out of the Way. So they took him out of his House put a rope around his neck and setting him upon a horse led Bim into the Forest. They then told him that unless he would publicly renounce his unionism they would hang him. Cavender replied a a god gave int my breath to Bear witness to his truth and when i must turn it to the work of lies Aud crime it is Well enough to yield it up to him who gave they then asked him if he had any parting request. Lie said he had no Hope that they would attend to anything he might they raid they would. He then requested list they would take his body to his daughter with the request that she would Lay it beside the remains of his departed wife. They then said a a it is time for you to go to your he replied a Jam not one of that sort who Baa to wait until a rope is around his neck to Pray j1 they then said come old Man no nonsense if you done to swear to a tend by the Southern confederacy you la hive to bin a tile loss of the Golden Gale. The san Francisco papers contain full details of the disaster to the Pacific mail Steamer Golden Gate from some of the statements made by the survivors of the wreck we copy the following interesting incidents a lady a experiences. Mrs. Gough a firs Cabin passenger says a most of the passengers in our boat finding we were Drifting to sea began screaming in the wildest manner. Some tried to repeat snatches of prayers in the midst of which they broke into wild blasphemous language. We were now a Good Way out to sea and saw a boy and a Large fat Man swimming toward our Little Craft. Unable to take them n to requested that they should cling to the boat. The boy who was one of the hands pit Baboid the Steamer did so for some distance but the fat Man who was on a life preserver wanted to come in and had to be beaten Back w Ith a rope ass the chances were did we let him cur already swamped boat must go under the a or. Lie Hung on for two hours and a half. A we now saw a boat making for us the first thing like Relief seen. When the boat hailed us not a run on Board was Able to reply no one in fact for some time being Able to manage the boat All weeping praying and Yelling shoeing Tho most abject cowardice not one on Board having ability or nerve enough to even bail the water out of the boat. The boat which came alongside contained about eight persons. I got into this boat and we started for Shore they having placed me at Tho Stern to Pilot the Sun was just setting and to had rowed about an hour when we discovered a boat signal zing us with a White Flag. We waited till she came up when some one on our boat cried a hold on that a the first male a go re All right a he kilo a the Shore a on making Inqui. Ries we found the boat was full of drowning men and swamped. The first mate said it was impossible to land on account of the Breakers and that we would Hare to Atter for Manzanillo that it was Only ten hours Row he Rose up in the boat with an oar in his Banda and said that he Only came along for women Ard children and the first Man that stirred he would brain with the a mothers heroism. Or. Ben Holladay of new York gives a thrilling Story of the scenes on Board the Steamer As soon As the flames were discerned Captain Hudson ordered All persons Forward but so rapid was the Progress of the fire that communication Between the Bow and Stern was instantaneously Cut off. Then ensued frightful scenes the More timid men and women began to jump overboard whilst Cap taint Hudson and Pearson Tho latter a pts. A anger cried out a for Oody i Sake don1 blk Supply of millinery go Fla comprising All the number yet required to fill up her com pie a nest Anil Mest desirable of y lev a ii the season l 1. Tauchas str Ana and Felt hats for muses Niento. Passes to in amp be the a Tate Are no longer required. By order of the governor. J. P. Sioda a general commissioner. A pull Togo her Aud a Strong pull. The St. Louis Republican sum up Tho duty of Loyal men in terms which All Loyal men will applaud. A ii is a our Cotom Pora by says a to concentrate the popular sentiment upon a single issues that of the Union and the Constitution which is the presidents platform in this crisis and take in nothing Cise to Divide and distract our e hurts then let us strike physical and not Mere Ink and paper blows attack pursue and destroy the enemy with Minie bullets and not Tho a paper bullets of Tho Braiu a prosecute vigorous War not with the fanatical canons of Phillips Garrison and Greeley but with the cannons of Parrott Dahlgren and Rodney and glorious Success will amt Young ladies. Straw v Elret silk and ready trimmed Bonnet ribbon. Flowers laces a. A1 a also for ale the Pearl drop a new and very desirable article for ladies toilet. Dress and cloak m Alu attend. To us usual. Sept. 17, 18 32. A v2n Vav october Clee lion. State of Indiana Carroll comity. To the sheriff of Carroll county greeting in. Simpson. Clerk of the Carroll circuit court. Do hereby certify that at the general election to be held at the usual place of holding elections in the several township of Carroll coun j to Iii said state by the a Plait us voters thereof on thee Riih tuesday being la nth Day of cc-1 a Oiler a. D. 18 32, a he following officers tire to reelected via one a tertiary of stale one auditor of state one treasurer of slate one attorney general. One superintendent of Public instruction. H. Increased his Stock of mensa and boys hat mild is now prepare to fit out Iii a hat of the latest and most improved St in All and ally who May favor him with a Call. Como on then w Ith the a a dimes and suit yourself with a hat of which neither yourself or your friends Hoed be ashamed. He ran be found at All business hours Al his room in burrs building. _ june 23. �?T63. To he unemployed. Can give steady employment do Active Young. Men to a solicit orders fur the Little giant sewing machine Price $1.��?hemmer gauge screw Driver arid extra Needle. Will pays Liberal salary and expenses or allow hire commissions. County rights Given to a gent. A agent wanted in every county for particulars descriptive catalogue. Acc., address with stamp t. 8. Page u Gene a agent for u. S., tiled. O. I he undersigned having greatly enlarged his in fact tidies for the manufacture of Woolen goods arid entirely remodelled his carding a so spinning Uvea Vind and other machinery by the introduction of mar y of the great English and French improvements and the Black Art fancy Power looms with 3 drop boxes at each end of lathe and 24 harness is now amply prepared to execute All work entrusted to his care in a manner not to be excelled by any establishment in this Section of country his Superior facilities and �1-v tit Ages together with his Long experience in the Woolen business in this country and England Are such Aslo place him for ahead of any Woolen in the Wabash Region and to defy successful Competition in Point of Wear ability. Pattern and cheapness. To hts present Large and varied Stock he is and will be making additions among which in a be named Plain a fancy cloths in Nam Plain and fancy double and twist double wove &c., amp a. Doeskin Union Halleck it face. A sat nets fancy double wove amp a. Jeans tweeds flannels blankets Assignee a Sale. By virtue of a certain deed of general assignment. Rustle to my a the Undt reigned Edward w ado. A Assignee of the City of Albany in the slate of new York by Josiah i pm time Aud Elizabeth his wife of the same place Lur Lite Benefit of i his creditors Aud in execution of the trusts by Aid j Dee. Reposed in me Public notice is hereby air Era that at the front door of the court House in the owe reporter supreme court for the state of City of Lafatette in the a Tate of Indiana on the sixth Ria of october. 1802, at 12 of clock noon i As ass i or e aforesaid will sell at Public auction to the highest bidder for Cash. All and singular the follow my describe Ianda i Tuato a in said slate of Indiana As assets of said plunk in me vested liar said deed air the uses therein specified to wit in Fountain county the Southwest Quarter of Section one township 18. Range 7, Igo acres and lots Indiana at urge. One representative to the Congress of the United Stales from the eighth 8th congressional District of the slate of Indiana. One prosecuting attorney an the eleventh i Ltd judicial circuit of la slate of Indiana. One prosecuting attorney for the common pleas Crown our exertions. Let the to to a com District com wised of the counties of Tippecanoe Union of Union Mon on la. Sol. ski of i. In Sui. Of udi.i�. ,d a 7,8, 9, Joll. 12, is 20,0. 1�. A. I one of Cutie senator Foi the District composed of and fractional numbers 30, 31, 3i, and 35 in the form of lha Union and the Quot. To the same Wise purpose Speaks the Boston pest. A Unity among Loyal men As in the Days of the revolution a says the Post the counties of Clinton and Carroll Iii the state of Indiana. I one representative to the slate legislature. One treasurer one sheriff one Coroner one it Only commissioner one Surveyor Aud one assessor or each township for Carroll county la a a in the Noble Labrum for a restored National j Diana. A authority. If private letters from whole souled patriets if Tho warmest personal greetings from men w Hose hearts beat for country if the strongest assurances from representatives of All parties if such Are you Are then fore requested to give notice thereof according to Law. L. A witness the clerk and Seal of said court at Delphi the i2lh Day of september a. D. 18g2. M. Simpson clerk. State of Indiana Carroll county a the qualified vote a will take notice a hat an ele turn will lie held at the several places of hold sound data on which to base opinion Hen j Jug elections in said county on the Secoura tue we should say that since the fall of Sumpter there has not been in this Community a More auspicious we say auspicious because As what tends to a divided North is ruinous so what tends to Union is cheering and these arc indications that Public sentiment is Cryatal sizing Dow n into the recognition of the All Paramount and momentous fact that the military question makes the single practical Issue before the country at this time. In proportion As Tho Loyal men act on this basis will they do their whole duty to their age. The scan Dinnian pills and purifier. Cincinnati july 1,1858. Or. C. W. Hoback a dear sir a in reply to inquiries made of me it gives me pleasure to say that mrs. N. Atlee of the Sociol Day being the 14th Day of october 18f�2, for the purpose of electing a lie a a divers named in the foregoing certificate of the clerk. Attest Jonathan Barnett sheriff Carroll county. September 12. 18t�2. V 12n t2 administrators a Alc of real estate. To virtue of the Aiu Horary vested in me by the .1 Acourt of a Nunon Pica of a he cd in of marshal and state of Indiana i will on said or lev inc eleventh Lith Day of october a. D. I8g2, Al the i ourt House in the town of Delphi in the county of Carroll Ami state of Indiana expo for Public Sale the following described heal estate situate in Carroll county id Ana belonging to the estate of Calvin Triplet late of Marshall county Indiana a Lecea cd to wit the South half of the East half of the North West Quarter of Section number nine 9in township number Twenty six 2t> North of Range number two 2 West containing forty acres More or less. In Carroll county in the state of Indiana and appraised St four Hundred and fifty dollars to Ems of Cash in hand one third in 6 six months and one third in twelve from Day of Sale purchaser giving of Cincinnati previous to her going East expressed her confide ice in the Efficacy of your j scandinavian a medics and the Benefit Sho _ derived from using them. So had been suffering from general prostration at times being Over seventy six years of age and Ophthalmia and inflammation of the face. Various re mod ins we Ere resorted to without Relief when some friends recommended a course of your scandinavian blood purifier and blood pills. They had the desired effect and she was considered a restored to health. I know Many who have used your medicines and speak decidedly of the benefits derived thus testify tug the blood and giving vigor and Energy to the system. They have my cordial approbation very respectfully. Your obedient servant 8. J. Bugs a Rev. Samuel j. Brown has been a devoted labourer in the cause of christianity in Cincinnati for More than thirty years a almost every old Cinci Natian knows. Such testimony from such a source is not to be passed Over lightly. No other proprietary remedies Ever presented to the Public Ever received a tithe of the commendation from m in of standing in every walk of life that mine have done. See advertisement. Sim s Battery is Prog casing finely 12 Mon ins nut a for deter red payments with approved secur to of Friend and widow of the late or. Atlee j by with interest waiving valuation and appraisement Laws. William w. Reed Adin. Sept. 17, 1862 _ $7 50 _42t�r Lebanon presbyterian Academy. Spilk next Terra of to i list no Una opt us Ciep a leather 9th. The first has by in a such Ash. L Ite pro tit via for the next year Are flattering. Ail the regular classes will be formed. Every department will be fully organised. The society Halls Are finely furnished. Two boarders will be received in the family of the principal. J. M. Coyner principal Lebanon Boone county Indiana aug. 20, 1862. V2n38 4wp Pathy in Short All kinds and styles of fancy Woolen goods Jacquard diagonals Voisin Ards. A a t a r a s c a sat Deards Melto Nades a acc. Can now be manufactured at the Pittsburgh Woolen factory. And is soon As the necessary machinery and materials can be of a Ines a he will commence the manufacture of Plain Ami fancy a ilk twist gods. Head couriers. Custom work department Roll carding spinning flail a lid figured weaving Fulling dyeing amp a. Executed ii belter style than Ever Ami warranted to give satisfaction to honest customers. All the filter grades of Wool fetched in an improper condition to lie carded into Rolls or made into Yam w ill he scoured at the expense of Tho owner otherwise no responsibility a ill be assumed a to the goodness of the Rolls or yarn. Farmers and oth Era who have Wool enough to make from one to two Hundred Yards of narrow goods can have it Little into any kind of Plain or fancy cassimere on reasonable ferns bring on your wools and samples and no Peins or a Flora so la be spared to give More than satisfaction. Wools to be manufactured received from All parts of this state and Illinois by r. It. Will be promptly attended to and returned in the kind of goods a std. All necessary information Ami direct Iron can he sent by mail. As the Price of Wool is not Likely according to the present reports of the markets to by much higher this season than last a Envis g of upwards of 50 per cent. May thus be Elv Ceil. Has now facilities for turning out upwards of four Hundred Yards per week what and from which All other asking machines derive sensible Armer would then sell his woo to Iten heir vitality Eraut Mere bait to and Eastern manufacturer so a a a a gents and buy their Mango and shoddy goods. Hurry wools will Trade for any amount of Burry Wooler take it to be manufactured into Gouda. Has now a splendid purr machine that will Pirk out the plague things As it by magic. So. Funnels Yon need Sot sell your Wool for a few coppers any longer. Lets have to e stuff and Yon shall hav it it made into almost any kind of goo Joe please. Trade Trade v a War Trade where ail kinds of groceries May be found such As teas Coffee sugars molasses syrups Rice fish of All kinds dins paints Sfass wooden Buie Stone wart tobacco cigars nuts candies Alt kids prepared fruits a Large variety of spices candles and soap in act every thing that May by found in a first class Gre very House All very cheap for Casu. Fresh butter. Eggs lord and country produce generally bought and sold. Remember the place Rinehart Bowen amp cons old Stan Ltd Noah Cory. Delphi oct in. 18ci. 46y my goods. I Solidi addition to la it Village of Attica in said county As Laid out by Ezekiel Mcdonald in Newton county the Northwest fractional Quarter of Section one 129, 25-100 acres and the East half of the Northeast Quarter of Section two 61-90-100 acres All in township 27, Range 8 in Carroll county the South half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 30, township 2g, Range 2, the East half of the Northeast Quarter Ami the North half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 31, and part of the South half of Section 3, containing 74 acres All in township 25. Range 3. Certificates of the title of said lands by the proper officers will be furnish Don Day of Sale for examination. Taxes All pad to Date. Dated August 15, 1862. Edward Wade Assignee of Jokipii b. Plumb. R. I step kens atty Marion Iowa. Aug. 27, 1862. N39tf printers feel so sewing �chine5 Artin a so Holt having just received a sew Supply of Wynter goods a re based by one of of get partners in person at aet Cash Psi Ces consist my in part of dry foods groceries liar i Ware Queens Are boots a allows fits a Caps a. Making our Stock Complete in every department to which we invite our old and new customers. Having adopted the cosh system o in buying and Selling we Are thereby enabled to give goad bargains t a Cash buyers. Please Call and examine our s Ock and save Money by ready pay. To our old customers who Lave bought Geode pm 6 and 12 months credit will take notice that we Are closing up that kind of business and ii there notes and a counts Are not a very soon the y will be collected according to jaw. Dee to. 1861., Martin a Holt. Stall of i Delta a Carroll Kornily is. In the common pleas come of tar Oil county in the a Tate of i Liana september term 186ci Thomas l. Wasson. Joseph d. Kendall John to Kinda Al is. La Tom Ann a Rudalf we. T kind Al James it. Kendall Lydiia Ann Cunner nyy Oinyer Clarissa j Kendall. Eft a Kaw. Be it known that on urn 7th Day of a Prit in the year 1862. The above named plaintiff try their attorney flied in the office of the clerk of common pleas court their complaint against Saoi defendants in the above entitled cause together. With an Aff Slaviz of a competent person that Saith defendants William t Kendall James r Kendall Lydia Ann Cunner Aid Henry Cunner Are not residents of the a rate of Mirana. A ant defendant Are therefore hereby no to Fie Dot the filing and Pendency of said complaint against them and that unless they appear sad answer or demur thereto. At the calling of said cause of the second Day of the next term of said court to be begun and held at the court House in Delphi on the 4tb monday in september next said complaint and the matter and things i Preia contained Anil air get will be. Heard and determined in their Agency. M. Simpson Cut june 4, 1862. 27w4e j h Stewart att. For puff. Hew a of pm a Sauna is a a Sai a is g. G. Moore Are just in receipt of in 1845, improved in 1862. Manufactured by a. B. Now brother of flus How jb., the original inventor and Patentee of the Howe sewing machine 2000 Yards lest Pacific lauras dry. Hartwell a Curtis Wuhu it respectfully Beform the nubile that Vav they have located in Delphi for the practice of nordic Iii in pure i10m�0fatiiic principles. Radi Cular mention paid to chronic diseases fever Ai ague cured without quinine. They Hope to Merit the Confidence and patronage of this Community by a strict attention to Busine a and by their Success in the Trenton it of All classes of diseases. Office on Bridge St. Over the Post office a april 3a 186/ 8? Toledo amp Wabash railway company. Secretary a office Toledo aug. 30, 1863. No Tice ii hereby Given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of this company for the purpose of electing fifteen i Lur Ami the transaction a if general business w ill be he Al at the of the company in the City of Toledo Ohio on wednesday the first Day of october 1662, at to of clock a. M. J n. Drummond Secretary. Toledo a ugly St 30,1663 40 4o Coal Oil , acc. Fink assortment of Coal a ill lamps and fixtures a also Coal Oil of beat Quality and Media Ufa Quality Sale by a n. Cd Jim. Thi is the Onliest machine in the world invented it 1845improved Fri a a time to time and fully pet feeler in january 1862. Particularly adapted to family Nae tailoring and manufacturing purposes. Hoot and Ahoe wok Carriage trimming &�.,&c. Having the w in left Range of adaptability to sewing of any machine produced. Buy the improved or we sewing machine Ami have no More a trapping of St itch Ca break my of More trouble ii seem the fittest fabric or the coarser to. No difficulty in sowing Over seams Aud a Nachine Nat is War Aud Tut to get out of order with proper use. Agents wanted in Ohio and other Western and Northwestern states where net already appointed. F circulars cont six Ting full description of machines can he Hall on application or sent by mail. Address j. Bryant Geum Western agent 60 Lake Street Chicago of Quot mrs. Mary Dale agent for Carroll county. Rooms on a main Street. Aug 26. 1869. N39tf notice or distribution. No Tice is hereby Given that at the May term of the court of comme n pleas of Carroll county. Indiana on partial settlement of the estate of Noah u. Dewey deceased about the aum of $1013 20 were found remaining for distribution among the heirs. Baul heirs Are therefore col hied to appear at the next term of Laid court and receive their distributive share. A m. A Impson. Elk aug 20, 1862, 41 w4 to teacher a. Public examinations of teachers will in held in or. Martwi Iglus school room in Delphi on i Fink last saturday of september october and Nin Winber. At Lff of clock a. M All teachers de a King certificates Are particularly requested to at my one of these Are Wonga. A i he exam mat ious ill be open to the i tub it a it a to w Wrig Utt school . From three to five thousand dollars Worth of goods to be Laded for Wool this season or terms to suit i the times 40 000 lbs Wool saunas x u j u v u due a a Vaj a entire estate consisting of the farm a a a anted and must he had this season for which the Behest Market Price will a paid in Goode and Cash. Victory or death it in the firm determination of the advertiser net to be excels Al or undersold and if sufficient p non age is Given by this season he will import i ired from France a to entire a Eft of Woolen Macho Ery with All the great improvements of that country up to the present time and thus make Hie present stand the Model factory or the Western states. Pittsburgh id. May 58, �62, h. Booth. R�3n3fl�n3 5�?T00 a a Best Cali Coes 2t0 Black and dress Silks 200 a a Crape morels Uco a a Erieg 5q0 Gingham. Koo Quot i Liwally a a Check Mozambique a Joo a a plaid paid de chem 200 Paris checks. Printed Wool detains Balli cloth fancy , a ilk capos anti shawls Brown and bleached muslims gloves. Hosiery and Ricau in cats Yankee notion hats a spa and shakers Queens Ware. Groceries hardware and carpets. Summer psst goods for men and by a a Wear. Boots a so shoes ticks Check stripes a denims. These goods have been bought in new York for Cash and will be offered Ai Logansport and Lafayette prices for Cash or ready pay. They rant by sold. Buyers of goods a re invited to Call Sud examine goods sad Price. East tide Public Square. June 18.__c.&u. Oni opre 11 in a in. By \ Era of goods of any kind can find even thing they want at very la. W Katus for really pay at the old stand known a link. To Bolles Stork. Delphi june 18, 3m i no. Tsar it. A subscriber living will sell his. Which hive containing 120 acres with 65 in cultivation a Good dwell i by and bearing Orchard also 120 am a situated in Monroe township. Carra i county with 50 acres in cultivation two dwellings and a a earing Orchard and to acres of land in Jasper county in. a one fourth in hand the remainder in payment to suit purchasers. James Bradshaw. July 0, 1662. _ or. K. K. Tidro car Ian under the new system our All disc wee of a it the Eye in much less time than is required by other of cultists and will bind himself in an Amel q agreement to cure ail owe of curable nature or Nii pay. This system has proved itself to to the beat cow known in the United hut�., Many Cerso 1 have been cured when almost entirely find. Allue ran be desiring treatment will to no. Cd a in mud a us his residence a Iglus Miles South r Tidrick 35 m3 East of Delphi or visited if required Nica Tion should to direct a to in i Delphi id. July 6ttj

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