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Delphi Journal (Newspaper) - September 24, 1862, Delphi, Indiana gulp la Idu Nuil Delphi Indiana. Yisun or d a y. A a Ptim ugh 21. La a. Unconditional Union state ticket such Tauy of state William a. L Helle. Auditor of state Albert Lange to Kasuku or St at r. Jonathan a Hautly. Attorney gkn15ual, Dlanae Williamson. A of to b i a in Stu it i of John i. Morrison. Reroute it go which William s. Smith. Fott Conan Esse Kio Utu d1stwct, Oil Levi i of in cd amok pleas prosecutor Lewis 0. Pierce. Union county ticket. State senator r. P. Davidson. Representative j. M. Darnell. Treasurer j. H. Stewart. # sheriff we. Barnett. Coroner j. Sidenbender or. Commissioner j. S. Shanklin. Oot Plovc 8. Ortli Union candid Ute for Congress vill address the people of Carroll county As follows Prince William wednesday sept. 24lb, at 1 of clock be m. Burlington Wedo Eidy sept. 24th, at 7 of clock p. M. Smiths school House thursday sept. 23th, at 1 of clock p. M. Camden thursday sept. 25th, at it of clock p. M. Lock port Friday sept 2gth, at 1 of clock p. M. Cullums school House Friday sept. 26th, at 7 of clock p. M. Sept. 15, 1862. Wont answer. According to the times the candidates on the Breckenridge ticket refuses to answer whether they endorse Tho 8th-of-january convention and its nominees. We should think men who can endorse and circulate the speeches of Richardson a and Voorhees would have the nerve to stand on the platform their leaders have made for them. But it seems such is not Tho fact. Here is what the times says a the editor of Tho journal says the people would like to know through the columns of the times whether or not All our candidates endorses the 8lh-of-january convention 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 people throughout the county personally during the present there it is is it not Manly if any one has an Quot intone desire a to know their a 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 Tho question direct�?44 do you support the 8th-of-january platform and its the people would like to know whether j a Ehtle or not or. Stewart and or. Darnell stand so Mallard squarely on Tho Chicago platform Togo thei Douglas you dare not say that one does and the oth r or does not Timet j Kuhn no body but a fool would ask such amp silly by no 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. At the same time tying the rope to a rare. The old Man then said a a ung Ono then gave a blow with a whip to the horse upon which Lavender sat Tho hero sprang Forward and the faithful servant of god and his country passed into eternity. You will remember that they said they would fulfil his inst request Well they Cut Tho flesh off his Bones and threw it to Tho hogs his heart was Cut out and Laid in a Public plecs till it rotted. Can it to wondered if few Oro Strong enough to resist those Tho Only legitimate arguments for rebellion ? correspondence of Tho journal or. Scott dear sir a sometime ago i received a letter from Home stating that i had been arrested and was to to for desertion. At Tho Ticino i paid no attention to it until this morning Captain Pigman showed me a letter from his father stating that the report was general that such was Tho fact. I would not have noticed it bad it not been that Thore might be some who would believe it. 1 have Nover been under an arrest for desertion nor have i Ever been court marshalled for any offence but have always tried to discharge my duty to the Best of my ability. It is True that when i returned to my regt. From duty on the brigade stall of col. Slack col. Fitch placed me in arrest for what i cannot Tell As there was never any charges made against me. After keep ing me in arrest As Long of he could under the regulations without a court Marshall he ordered my release. 1 was at that time very sick and As soon As i was lit for duty assumed command of my company and intend to stay with them until Tho end of the War with the permission of divine Providence. The members of Tho company have gotten up a refutation of Tho 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 Cape Camp of 46th regiment in. Vol. I Helena Arkansas sept. Shh �?T02 it company of of said regiment. J or. Editor a having heard that there is a report in circulation in your Community y 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 Luisa 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. Not. Daily has never been court marshalled for any offence and is now and has Wen in command of the company since he recovered from his sickness. Joel Ferris first lieutenant. J. M. Perkins second Lieut. George a. Yeats 1st Sega to. John Shafer 2d Serge to. George a Purtle 3d Sega to. George Mccormick 4th Sega to. Geo. W. A Fine 6th Serge to. John Robinson 1st Corporal. Michael Rader 2d 44 Michael Blue 3d 44 Joseph a. Herman,4th a Wro. D. Butler 5th 44 win. Paden musician. Privates. James Caudle n Dickey Seth Ireland g g Wickham Isaac Riner Jas Hastings Jacob sell Jonas Sloniker Andrew Spence Michael Tafte Jacob Gates win f Swonger a loge and Jas s Coleman Jonathan Hering s Shuey win Noble Abiah Atn Coe jump Dontot jump. Wait till Sho beaches and you la to but Tho panic stricken could not restrain themselves and leaped into Tho sea before Tho ship had neared Tho Breakers. But the great majority behaved is generally very much crowded with a. _ 1_______�?z.1 limit Al 1 0 lit lilo Inilla aloof Tho div. I f. Pc. A Unchis cured or 110 any. Or. Swank will boat Tho Jacoby house1 on the 3d and 4th of each month. Persons had better Call Early As the doctors room i Hydraulic ram. With greater coolness and maintained their presence of mind and firmness at Tho not critical moment. One lady Whoso name our informant did not know approached he bearing an infant in her grins. She said be Hove you Ato or. a yes a cub you save Tny child a done to know if my tents about the Middle of Tho Day will no doubt Render general satisfaction As he is a regular graduate of one of the Best Reform medical colleges in the United Stales and he has had an Cape Ronco of some Twenty years practice and stands High As a physician in his profession. To treats All forms of chronic diseases and especially can can Madun that i shall save myself. Children had another three year of age and his acc was to 1. to Caroe to saved will consent lobe burned in Chat a excelled by any physicians in Tho est. He cures them or charges nothing for his services. Or. Swank discards Tho use of Ull poisons making use Only of innocent and effectual remedies selecting and preparing his medi As Sho spoke she solemnly pointed to Tho crackling flames As they furiously raged in the Centre of the ship. She never left the vessel perished probably by drowning but her infant and child wore saved. News Battle at Richmond Monitor sunk % Beauregard killed. Fort Pitts i Boh will never surrender Noah Cost wholesale and retail dealer in groceries i am now prepared to put up the machine a a Short Netiea in any Pait of the county Anu it warrant them to throw from three la Felteen Hun Cines i Nisei f. They Are pleasant to take not sickening or debilitating hut bracing and j Gau a per Duy. Where sufficient water and consequently patient Are not deprived of somewhat confused yet they Are favourable. J0ing moderate labor. J Stream of water i 1 Al a a u appears that Tho rebels Are yet in greater that a doctor deals honestly with his a pm a a a in by Jufu it in. And a a _. E i. �l.,.lu non nil them. V a a a tic War news. Our reports to Day from the Potomac Are str earn of Quot water right it his door the waste water his milk House of to his earn Viu of a my. Is one of the most convenient or less Force hanging about that Stream and tjent8 if he thinks he cannot Benefit them a us fut machines of the nay and needs on y in Ono Case at least live attempted Tore he will Tell his patients. He carries a fall t to appreciated Cross into Maryland and been Supply of medicines and charges Low for his1 whether this is owing to their being Cut off prescriptions. From Retreat to the Shenandoah Valley or Gec a circular which contains thirty some other reason we cannot say. Our or or f0, Good certificates of cases of can my appears to be quite generally Success jul Cyr j10 Jas cured. Lie has More than a Hundred cancers preserved in spirits which he took out. Consultation free of charge. And in the engagements with them. A the escape of Tho rebel gunboat veto at Mobile and the cashiering of capt. Preble therefor is announced. It seems that Rosencranz has had a Battle with Price at Luka miss., and Defeated him. The engagement was a severe . Brief iii in Indiana. Is Dian air Olis sept. 17. An order was issued to Day from the general commissioners office from which the following extracts Are taken t the returns Are now All in and the quotas artillery regiments thirteen cavalry and one of the several townships in each county will Hundred and Twenty six infantry regiments in All one Hundred and forty seven regiments. £7 at Indianapolis an elderly gentleman from the country was observed inside the room during the examination of exempts and being asked what he wanted there replied that he had three daughters at Home and he wished to see the faces of the Young men asking exemption that his daughters might never marry Madison Cour it thus far Illinois has furnished two 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 Zulun n. Smith. Or. Wormull late of Iho y utter has removed to Indianapolis where he will continue to treat All diseases of the 3dy3e3 -a-3xt33 consumption bronchitis a a diseases Peculiar to women especially a such As have resisted Ordinary treatment scr Fula in All its forms and All other j9isej1shs, of Long standing. While or. Worrall a enjoyed unusual advantages in the Best medical schools and hospitals in London he is a Eveith less convinced that there is no pretension so absurd As that which assumes that any one Man can treat every disease to which flesh is heir. He Lias it a a the widow of Tho Lato Hon. Bunuel Fure for years con Bitteti himself to the Merit of chronic diseases and to this fact he at i. Parker was killed on i Tesja it la amp to at non pcs that envy Able reputation which he now when farm near Connersville by the break it g enjoys. Leers before the Day fixed for the draft then of a threshing machine. She was superin Asp offices on ground floor 32 East no draft will be made in that township and Lena no t la work. But a few Days before she near a a pro site re Al if the deficiency is Only partly supplied by in the City to meet Tho remains of Rrth sons desiring priv at interviews can lie accommodated by addressing or. Morrall As a volunteers then the draft will Only be made rsm win. Salt Parker who was kill to a a we or through the Post Olliee. A furnish. Richmond Sentinel. A to Quot for the residue. According to data Lurn Tsu Richmond of by the general government Tho number to be yet supplied by Indiana to relieve Herroin the draft is 6 000. Volunteers will be on the 18th inst., by Esq. Leonard James i received for we be months not Only to sup-1 vastly the deficiency of 6, also an equal j h 0. Esq Llwis number from the state at Large will be a l 0f Delphi to miss Ca Tuaine Heptad. Making a total of 12,000. Re he draft Grosshans of Lafayette will take place on the 6th i a of october j j�babhbnbmttiatthmhm9i next in every township in which to tip a Defi jew i Viii ill i a Cio ods. A. I tar lion Vraa in y Riss Skinner would return her sincere Negev exists at that tune. Indiana has in a it ii of Diphl and Vicinity the Field and ill Camp Over 90,000 volunteers tor their very Liberal patronage the past season. Believed that no resort hid inform Thorn that she has just received from the doctor s absence the business w ill be conducted by competent assistants. Juno 18, 1802. 29 v 11�?t Stoke t a h Campbell win Catchy a p Culhan d Connell Jas Crippin l Corrigan 1 d Leslie w f Faulkner Samuel Gable t c Njg t Osborn win f Nace a w Tripp s Thompson f m Shaffer j t Quinn m thanks to the tor to and new. Raft will he necessary for the Small bulb Supply of millinery goods comprising nil the. A _ i latest and most desirable styles of the season or yet required to fill up her Crople j Straw and Felt hats for misses and it is confidently to a draft i Uribe ment. Passes to leave longer required. By order of the governor. J. P. Sid dal general commissioner. New Yolk a cheap hansom and fa8hiona the state Are no and Young ladies Straw velvet silk and ready trim Ned Lio quiets Clibbons Plover so in a a is amp a. Also for Sale the Pearl drop new and very he. Olds takes pleasure in Dufur Mug the citizens of Carroll county that he hits lately increased his Stock of mens and boys hat and is Row prepared to fit out in a hat of the la test and most improved style All and Auy w to May favor him with a Call. Como on then with the a a dimes and suit yourself w Atli a hat of which neither yourself or your friends no de be ashamed. He can be found at All business hours Ai his room in burrs building. June 2a. T>2. A Mirable article for ladies toilet. It dress and cloak making attend. 1 to As usual. Vi2u to a la of Ihram die Jas Morgan Henry e Berry Daniel Fry Hastings. Read a raft Ltd a 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 to 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 he always has done standing by the Constitution and the unit. We should think some of our democratic friends would Blush for shame when they say the 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 the secret of the rebel doings from the first no one can deny but he prefers the South to the North. But read the letter and the speech. A Tennis see hero. 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 his influence in the county was great they determined to make an example of him and get him out of the Way. To they took him out of his House put a rope around his neck and setting him upon a horse led him 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 me my breath to Bear witness to Llis truth and when 1 must turn it to the work of lies and crime it is Well enough to yield it up to him who gave it a they then asked him if he bad any parting request he said 4 he had a a Hope that they would attend to anything he might they a Aid they would. He Thon requested that they would take Uia body to his daughter with the request that she would by it be aide the remains of his departed wife. They then said 44 h is time for you to go to your he replied am not one of that sort who Haa to wait until a rope is around i Nick to they then Eaid 4 come old Man no nonsense if you doubt swear to a and by the Bou hero confederacy you la he to bang the loss of the Golden Gate. The Sau Francisco papers Roulain 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 Lai it a is experiences. Mrs. Gough a first Cabin passenger Saj s a most of the passengers in our boat finding to 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 Lith Craft. Unable to take them in we requested that they should cling to the boat. The boy who was one of the hands of bal told the Steamer did so for some distance but the fat Man who was on a life preserver wanted to Cuoio in and had to be beaten Back with a rope As the chances were did we let him it cur already swamped boat must go under the water lie Hung on for two hours and amp half. A two now saw a boat making for us the first thing like Relief seen. When the boat hailed us not a Ripe on Board was Able to reply no one in fact for some time being Able to manage the boat All weeping Pring and Yelling shoeing Tho most abject cowardice not one on Board having ability or nerve enough to even bail Tho water out of the Buat. 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 rediscovered about 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 mate a go re All right a he knows the Shore a on making inquiries 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 have tit Norfor Manzanillo that it was Only ten Hourat Row. He Rose up in the boat with an oar in his bands and said that he Only came along of women Ard children and the first Man tha stirred he would brain with the oar. A a mothers heroism. Or. Ben up Laday 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 Persona 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 Pat a Enger cried out a for Oody i Mako done to a pull Toge list and a Strong pull the St. Louis Republican sums up Tho duty of Loyal men in terms which All Loyal men will applaud. A Al is a our Cotcmpora-17 says a to concent 1 ate the popular senti. Ment upon a Sincle issues that of the Union elections in the several townships of Carroll coun Meni upon a so Gnu a to in Uhl had View thereof and the Constitution which is the presi y 1 dents platform in this crisis and take in nothing else to Divide and distract our e Foi to then let us strike physical and not Mere Ink and paper blows attack pursue and destroy the enemy with Atthie bullets and not Tho a paper bullets of the brain a a prosecute vigorous War not with the fanatical canons of Phillips Garrison and Greeley but with the cannons of Parrott Dahlgreen and Rodney and glorious Success to the unemployed. I can give steady employment to a Art ire Young men to it solicit orders for the Little Gian i sewing machine Price #15�?hemmer gauge screw Driver and extra Needles. Will nay a Liberal Saliv and expenses or allow l in e commissions. Col n 1 \ Klill s Given to a gents. An agent wanted in every county for particulars descriptive catalogue amp address with stain. I. S. 1�?Tage, taken at the Pittsburgh Union Mills. Grand improvements Thalina turgid Power looms. Jacquard weaving. The Star factory the jjy822� pile undersigned having greatly enlarged his i facilities tor the manufacture of Woolen goods and entirely remodelled his carding amp spinning weaving and other machinery by the introduction of Mai y of the great English and French improvements and the Black Art r Aney Power looms Vith 3 drop boxes at each end of lathe and 21 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 a Vitt tags together with his Long experience in the Woolen business in this country and England Are such As to place him for ahead of any Woolen manufacturer in the Wabash Region and to def successful Competition in Point of Wear ability 1 pattern and cheapness. To his present Large and varied Stock he is and will be making additions among which May be named Plain amp fancy cloths Ussi ism Plain and fancy double and twist double wove &c., amp a. Doeskin Union Halleck amp a. A sat nets fancy double wove amp a. Jeans tweeds flannels blankets provisions in Tho rooms formerly occupied by Rinehart Bowen f co. Where ail kinds of groceries May be found such As teas Coffee sugar my a lasses syrups Rice fish of All kinds otas., Vaju Ivel Sass with stamp Ienz a agent for u. A. Toledo. O. Will sept. 17, 18g2._________ october election. Stale of Indiana Carroll county. To the sheriff of Carroll county greeting in Simpson. Clerk of the Carroll circuit a court do hereby certify that at the general election to be held at the us Ual places of holding assignees Sale. On the second tuesday being the huh Day of of j j y virtue of a certain deed of general assign to Nebr v d. 1802, the follow ing officers Are to be ment made to me the a it signed Edward elected Viz j Wade is Assignee of the City of Albany in the one Secretary of slate state of new York by Josiah b plumb Elua one auditor of state j Belli his wife of the same place Lor the Benefit of one treasurer of slate i his creditors and in execution of the Trust Ysaul one attorney general j deed reposed in me Public notice it hereby Given one superintendent Public instruction. J that at the front door of the court House to he one reporter supreme court for the state of j City of Lafe Vytte in the state of Indiana on i Indiana a arse. A. Sixth Fux of october. 1802, at 12 of clock noon i one representative to the Congress of the \ it a Assignee , w ill sell at Public auction o ted states from the eighth 8th congressional i he highest bidder for Cash All and singular the Fol i strict of the state of Indiana. Low my described lands situated in said state of one prosecuting attorney Foi the eleventh 11th Indiana us assets of said Job in me vested by judicial circuit of the slate of Indiana j deed for the uses therein specified to wit. In one prosecuting attorney for the common pleas Fountain county the Southwest Quarter of Section Crown our exertions. Let there be a com j a a a a. To la a so a a 12,15,20,24, 30, 31, 32, and 35 in the. Village of Attica in said coun 1 .As Laid out by Ezekiel Mcdonald in Newton one representative to the slate legislature. County the Northwest fractional Quarter of Section one treasurer one sheriff one Coroner one j one 129, 85-100 acres and the Airt half of the i while Benton and Carrol in the state of Indiana numbered 1, 7,8,10,1 Tho sole plat j lie senator Ftp the District composed of and fractional numbers the of Clinton and Carroll in the state of j South addition to tin Villa Ioner one Surveyor and one Asj Northeast Quarter of Section two 61-90-100 acres in ship for Carroll county in All in township 27, Range 8 in Carroll county the South half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 30, e requested to give notice township 26, Range 2, the East half of the Northeast Law. Quarter and the North half of the Southeast Quarter the clerk and Seal of said of Section 31, and part of the South half of Section i2lh Day of september a. D. 3, containing 74 acres All in township 25. Range 3. M. Simpson clerk i certificates of the title of said lands by the prop Pletsc Union of Union Mon on form of the Union and the to Tho same Wise purpose Speaks the Boston Post. A Unity among Loyal men As in ,. A iii Suity commiss Tonc the Days of the revolution says the l Ost St,8sor or pitch t0 a a in the Noble Labrum for a restored National Taua. There me of Quested to give notice now Yhip 26, Range 2, the East half of the Northeast authority. If private letters from whole the Reiff a a wording to Law. Quarter and the North Hal of souled Patrick if Tho warmest personal jul greetings from men whose hearts beat for country if the strongest assurances from state of Indiana Carroll county is. County us a the qualified Vole s will take nonce that an representatives of All parties to it Jet on Ujj Jwj he at 9t.vera places it hold j base opinion Hen ing elections in said county on the a econ 1 us Day being the 14th Dav of october 1862, Lor the a or Post of electing to lib officers Iid Mcd m the lore going certificate of the clerk. Attest Jonathan barne1t, sheriff Carroll county. September 12. 1802. V2n t3 a administrators Sale of real estate. Me by the sound data on which to base opt we should say that since the fall of Sumpter there has not been in this Community a More auspicious Day. To say auspicious because As what tends to a divided North is ruinous so what tends to Union is cheering and these Are indications that Public senti of authority vested in ment is crystallizing Down into Tho Recagni j a Joo Urt of Siff Mon pie of the lion of the All Paramount and momentous j us , a. D. J8c2, i fact that the military question makes the the court a Louse in the town of Delphi in Thea a 1 in nov of Carroll and state of Indiana expose tor single practical Issue before the country at. A a unto Canon. This time. In proportion As Tho Loyal men act on this basis will they do their whole duty to their age. The pills and purifier. Cincinnati july 1, 1858. Or. C. W. Roback a dear sir a in reply to inquiries made of me it gives me pleasure to say that mrs. N. Atlee of the Sociol Public. Sale the following described real estate situate in Carroll county ind Ana belonging to the estate of Calvin Triplet late of Marshall county Indiana deceased to wit the South half of the East half of the North a Esi Quarter of Section number nine 9in township number Twenty six 26 North of Range number two 2 West containing forty acres More or less in Carroll county in the state of Indiana and appraised at four Hundred and fifty dollars to Ems of , Cash in hand one third in 6 six months and one third in twelve 12 Montute from Day of Sale purchaser giving its Lor deferred payments with approved secur with interest waiving valuation a Prate or officers will be furnish Don Day of Sale for examination. Taxes All a d to Date. Dated August 15, 1802. Edward Wade Assignee of Josiah b. Plumb. R. I Stepkins any Marion Iowa. A a a. 27, 1862. U39tf printers fee�?>0 in Shorf ail kinds and styles of a a a a a a Woolen goods Jacquard diagonals v01sinards. Hat Arase a Saddle ands Melto Nades amp a. Can now be manufactured at Tho Pittsburgh Woolen factory. And As soon As the necessary machinery and materials ran be obtained he Wir commence the manufacture of Plain and fancy silk twist gods. Notes to of friends and widow of the late or. Patleon a of Cincinnati previous to her going East sex Jln it William w. Reed Adin. Pre std her Confidence in the Efficacy of your sent. 17.1862. #7 50 \ scandinavian remedies and Tho Benefit Sho derived from using them. She had been suffering from general prostration at times being Over seventy six years of age and Ophthalmia and inflammation of the face. Various remedies were resorted to without Relief when some friends recommended a course of your scandinavian blood purifier and Llloyd pills. The Lead the desired effect and she was considered As restored to health. I know Many w to have used your medicines and speak decidedly of the benefits derived thus testifying the blood and giving vigor and Energy to the system. They have my cordial approbation. Very respectfully your obedient servant s. J. Brawn. Rev. 6amuol j. Brown has Bee a Devo. Ted labourer in the cause of christianity in Cincinnati for More than thirty years As 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 j4jsn of standing in every walk of life that mine have done see advertisement. I. Sim a Battery is Progre Aing finely Lebanon presbyterian Academy. Riplie next term of tins institution Oputa sep-1 tember oth. The first has been a Success. The pro meth fur them it year Are flattering. A the regular classes a ill be formed department will be fully organized. The society Halla Are finely furnished. Two boarders will be received in the family of de princ mul. J. M. Coyner principal Lebanon Boone county Indiana aug. £0,1862. V 12n38 4wp_ a drs. Hartwell so Curtis vi7uuld respectfully i Forin the Public that w they have located to Delphi for the practice of Medicine on pure Ilo Maceol at iii i�?Tlhncipir8, particular mention paid to chronic disease. Fever amp ague cured without quinine. They Hope to to edit Tho Confidence and patronage of this Community by a strict attention to business and by their Sucesh in the treatment of All classes Al diseases. Office on Bridge Stover the 1 Ost off ion a april 3l>. 180/ Toledo a Wabash railway company. 662. Meet for the Secretary a office Toledo aug. 30, i no a ice is hereby Given that the annual ins of the stockholders of this company purpose of electing fifteen did a a a min he hoi ion of general business will a held to file of the company in the City of i Tejo. Uhm on wednesday the first by of october 186-., at 10 o clock a. n due Monu secretory Toledo so. 16u a <��4� Coal Oll , a. Afine a a a a a a Cottilli lamps und or Turest also Coal Oil of Best Quality and medi Jun Quality fir eel Lay a jut. Invented in 1845, improved in 1862. Manufactured by a. B Howe brother of Elias Howe jr., the original inventor and Patentee of the Home sewing machine and from which All other s3 Wing machines derive their is the oldest machine in the world invented in 1845improved from time to time and fully a effected in january 1862. Particularly adapted to family Uso tailoring and manufacturing purposes Hoot and shoe work Carriage trimming amp a. Amp a. Having the widest Range of adaptability to sewing of any machine produced. Buy the improved Howe sewing machine and have no More Dropp tug of St Bea breaking of Needles no More trouble in sewn the finest fabric or the coarse , no difficulty seams and a machine that is War. Autv tot to get out of order with proper use. Tiff agents wanted in Ohio and other Western and Northwestern states where not already a circulars containing full description of machines can to had on application or sent by mail. Address j. S. Bryant a eur a Western agent60 Lake Street Chicago to mrs. Mary Dale agent for Carroll county. Rooms on main Street. Aug 26, 186___ Mead quarters. Custom work department Roll carding spinning figured weaving Fulling dyeing amp a. Executed in better Stile than Ever and warranted to give satisfaction to honest customers. All the finer grades of Wool fetched in an improper condition to he carded int j Roll or made \ am will be scoured at the expense of the owner otherwise no responsibility will be assumed a to the goodness of the Rolls or n am. 1 armers and ers who have Wool enough to make from one to two Hundred Yards of narrow goods can have it j Ute de into any ind of Plain or fancy cassimere j on reasonable icbms bring on Jon Wool and j samples and no Fri or Cotor a a a a be a pared to give More than satisfaction. Wools to be manufactured received irom All i parts of this state and Illinois by k. K. W ill be j promptly attended to and returned in the kind of goods desired. All necessary information direction can be sent by mail. As the Price of Wool is not Likely according to the present reports of the markets to to much higher this season than last a or tit g of upwards of 50 per cent May thus Lee effected. Has now facilities for turning out upwards of four Hundred Yards per week what wooden Wate Stone Are tobacco cigars nuts. Candies All kinds Prev ared i re 11 8, a Large variety of spices candies and soap in last every thing that May a found in a first class in very House All very cheap for Casu. Fresh butter. Eggs lard and country produce generally bought and sold. Be Maiber the place Rinehart Bow in amp cons old stand. A Soaia Wuky. Delphi Del 16, 18c1. Jay. We goods. Martin amp Holt having just received a Tew Supply of Winter goods purchased by one of the partners in person at Nett Cash in pcs consisting in part of % dry goods groceries hardware Queens Are Bools amp shoes Flats St Caps a. Making our Stock Complete in every department to which we invite our old and new customers. Having adopted the cosh system g in buying and Selling we Are thereby enabled to give Good by gains la Cash buyers. Please Call and examine our s Ock and save Money by ready pay. To our old customers who have bought goods Ca 6 and 12 months a Radii. Will take notice that we Are closing up that kind of business Aad it thei notes and accounts Are not paid very soon they will be collected according to a dec 10. 1861. M a r tin a a stale of Indiana Carroll Conuis is. In the common pleas court of car Oil county in the state of Indiana september term Thomas l. Wasson Joseph d. Kendall John by Kendall is. Lydia Ann Kendall we. T Kendall James it. Kendall. Lydi Ann Conner Hen a Outter Clarissa j Kendall he Shaw. Be it known that on this 7th Day of Anri in the year 1862, the Al Rove named plaintiff by their attorney filed in the office of the clerk of common pleas court their complaint against said defendants a the above entitled cause together with an affidavit of w rape its person that said i defendants William t. Kendall Jaoes r Kendall Lydia Ann Curtner and Henry Curtner. Are not i residents of the slate of Fri Tana. Sah defend Ianth Are therefore hereby Notts Tedorf the filing and pen Dency of said against them and that Exir less they appear and answer or demur thereto at i the calling of said cause of the second Day of the i next term of said court to be begun and held at the court House in Delphi on a he 4th monday in a september next said complaint and the matter and things the Greta contained and alleged will be it heard anti determined in their absence. N. Simpson ctr june 4, 1s62. 37wi� j h show Urt att. For puff. Mew a ooh a a a a a. A i in g. G. Moore Are Jim in receipt of 2000 Yards Best Pacific lawns i n39tf notice of distribution no pick is hereby Given that at the May term of the coun of Cost non pleas of Carroll county India a on Parigul settlement of the estate of Noah u. Dewey deceived about the sum of # u13 20 were found remaining for distribution among a he heirs. Saul heirs Are there foie Noii led to appear at who next term of said court and receive their share m.simp8un Elk aug. 20, 1802. 41 a to Tunc Iier. Public Toni Eliom Quot it i Mhz a will ho>-11 in or. school room in Delphi on the last a a turds of september october and november. M 1��?T of clock. A. M. All teachers de. Siring certificates Are particularly requested to attend one of these meeting i be examination will by open to the my Bio. I w Wright school . 5600 a a Best Calic Oev 2<.0 Black and dress Silks 200 Crape Mort 2c0 Buriege 500 Gingham id a a him aloy Lustre. 200 a a Choc k Mozambique 209 a a plaid path de Cher re 2oo a Paris checks. Primed Wool Euins chalet cloth fancy detains sgt tik capes and shawls Brown and bleached muslims gloves hosiery and Hea Netts Yankee notions huts Caps and shakers Queens Are. Groceries hardware and carpets summer peat goods for men and boy a Wear boots amp shoes ticks checks stripes a denims these goods have been bought in new York for Cash and will be offered at Loga Spoa Lafayette prices for Cash or ready pay. They must by sold. Buyers of goods arc invited to Call sad examine goods and prices East vide Public Square. June 19. . Moore. Hip tills. Buyers of goods of any kind can find everything they want at very i w rates for ready pay at the old stand known As i Bolles Stork. From three to five thousand dollars Worth of goods Delphi june 18, 1863. 29 to be traded for Wool this season of terms to suit j a or a Jay to had by calling on the subscriber living three Page is South of do Iphi who will sell his entire estate consisting of Tho Farmon which i live a Toj i containing 120 acres with 65 to cultivation a Good w Ante cd 1 Hwy i a a and bearing Orchard also 120aoi�a Situ ated in nun Row township Carro 1 county with 50 acres m cultivation two dwellings and searing Orchard and 161 acres of land in Jasper county iii. , one fourth in hand the remainder in pay meats to suit purchasers. James Bradshaw. July 0, 1802. 32a�3 or. K. R. Tidrick sensible Farmer would then sell his Wool to itinerant merchants and Eastern manufacturers a gents and by their Mungo and shoddy goods. Burry wools will Trade for any amount of Burry Wool or take it to be manufactured into goods Lias now a splendid Burr machine tha will pick out the plague j things As it by magic. So Farmers you need not sell your Wool for a few coppers any longer. Lets j have to e stuff and Yoti shall have it made into Al j must any kind of goods of please. Trade Trade j a War Trade the times _ 40,000 lbs. Wool Fri and Muat he had this season for which tote h great Market Price will be paid in gooral Aad Cash. \ Victory or death it is the the advertiser net to be excelled of undersold and if sufficient a Iron age is Given a a this season to will pm Airt v direct from France an Cutie set Woolen a Nachu ery with All the great improvements of that country up to Tho present time and thus make his present stand the Model factory of the Western states. Pius Latch ind. May 5�, 1862, h. Booth. V13n2sin3 can under the new system our All disease of the Rye a much less time than is required by other of cultists and will bind himself in an Artele a agreement to cure All cases of curable nature or no pay. This system has proved itself to be the Best known in the United state. Many Perso a Bave been cured when almost entirely Blind. All persons desiring treatment will lie no commented at his residence eight Ini Tea South Chi of Delphi or visited if required. Alt comm in Entis a a a tied he direct a to a r Tidrick , Lud. Jul90, i35m3

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