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Indianapolis Daily Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 1, 1869, Indianapolis, Indiana Daily . Tel. It might of Yosi wt-2 a Strep so time build lag a taker 1. wmti9 pm Mirml male bit a a Tom to if hem a be Klc Liui to Mem met. A meeting of the democratic st a the Cen time committee pursuant to Call was held at the san tool office in Indian Apo senator Thompson of Ohio addressed a a a a ked direct Quot inter Ferince of u m the people at Ashland in that state on that he had not done the i resident that her pm thursday evening september 30. A a. I a he a with the new Yor Knold Reury Boutwell i been a tentative Bwy a present from �11 the tuesday last on the pubic debt and if ler. Yet but would rented it Jeneral butter Ai imm knt a Teeth amendment questions. We give Deal them still heavier Field to sell a old and districts but one. Amer a full interchange of opinion by the members of the committee and representative democrats from All parts of the state the committee adopted the following resolutions a tel olved that a Delegate Sute can tuntion of the democracy of Indiana and �?�11 opposed to the ruinous policy of the party in Power for the nomination of candidates for Secretary of state treasurer of state attorney general. Superintendent of Public instruction and for judges of the supreme court be held at Indian aporia on saturday the eighth Day of january 1870, at nine o clock a. M. Resolved that the basis of representation in each county shall be one Delegate for everyone Hundred and fifty votes cast at the last election for or. Hendricks for go Temor and one Delegate for fractions of one Hundred and Over. Resolved that the democracy of the several counties be requested to hold conventions on the first saturday of december next for the purpose of appointing delegates to the state convention to be held on the eighth of january next on the basis above stated and that the names of Sooh go Cates and contingents with their Post office address be forwarded immediately after their appointment to the Secretary of the Central committee at Indianapolis. The committee adjourned to meet at the sex Tinkl office on the 7th of january next at two o clock r. M. Develin chairman. J. J. Bingham Secretary. The state a atlatl it. After a full interchange of opinion in which All portions of the state were represented the democratic state Central committee at its meeting held yesterday resolved to assemble a Delegate stale convention to nominate candidates for state offices to be elected next october on the eighth Day of january. There was a difference of opinion As to tie time of holding the convention. Some favored a later Day and a Short and Sharp canvass but in order to accommodate the farming interests that could More easily attend a convention in january than at any other season of the year and to keep alive the associations connected with one of the a Reat leaders and representatives of the democracy it was resolved to adhere to the Kwh of january. Now that the time has let Een agreed upon it behoves the democracy of Indiana and All who oppose the ruinous policy of the party in Power to see to it that the Best men in each county Are selected to represent them in the state convention. To secure Success and to deserve it the state ticket should be composed of Good and True men whose intelligence integrity and purity of character will command the respect of even their political opponents and a concise Well expressed platform clearly defining the live issues before the country. With Kuch a ticket and platform the opponents cd the party in Power have every thing to pain by a full presentation and discussion of the questions that involve the welfare the happiness and the Liberty of the a Copie. We have not a doubt but the convention of the eighth of january will be largely attended and not by Mere partisans but by citizens influenced by the desire to Quot promote the general welfare and secure the b a a i Inge of Liberty to themselves and posterity Quot and these Best a reached by reforming tue bases Corr i on and sex Ava Gance Pat have characterized the and Fol or icon of the gov i Ament for the past eight years and restoring the Economy and purity that marked the better Days of the Republic. Report of come Nettee to fit a title Indiana War Lalma off Anat tie Aero meat. The commissioners appointed under act of Congress March 29, 1837, to Settle the Ludiana War claims respectfully be Post Itiat pursuant to instructions from the Secretary of War they met at , March to 18<i9, and published and noticed the governor of their readiness for business. The claims were presented by general w. H. H. Terrell adjutant general of the state and on a careful examination of the items and the proofs and vouchers to Suji Pori them the commissioners find there is duo the state of Indiana for War i Xii lenses under the act above mentioned As follows lnrollir.ir.r.543 01 4.8m . 13.4��9 23. 23 7.5s1 88. 431.3 41 71 i to Quot hit. Art int. Nubs a do. . I a iii. 24 the commissioners would say that the claims Lieford they were presented appear to have l you carefully examined by the aug giant general and no claim was i of need except such As were fully sus tune l by Vic piers and testimony. And Cao sideling the length of time Seiko uii Kins the expenditures the vouchers an t proofs submitted Are re Jar did by the commissioners As fully the allowances made. We herewith return and file All the a a it is. Vou piers correspondence Evi . Find documents relating to our , or connected with the claims air h hereto annexed with the Dpi Enion of our High appreciation of the c in Lisy of governor Kaker general to r Roll and other officers of the state in tau g our labors. We also desire to t i it Roii thanks to our clerks messes. 1 Ltd i Wisd Hayden and our messenger i r. Ltd novel. All of which is respectfully submitted. W. R. Kinky j. H. Broadhead Robert , commissioners. The a proofs and vouchers examined and iut u added to the Secretary of the trea a Spry Lill two lar re dry goods Ito xes. It a i Matt of Luv a a iii i a ligation. Lion i Matt in a letter to the Cincin i of Mercial thus notices his being a 1 out of the Radical party. If it is in Jim tics As it is of Mankind Quot when thei ins Are out the Man will the a Quot Ling out of Donn will rid the country i 1 Iladio Alisa for in Ohio at least he the Quot brains of that organization in o the publication of my Harvest i s Iee it a i have been cruelly read i of t to lle us lican party. Oue of my it friends who edits the county i in in Defontaine has gone and Oon it. Lie did it with tears but duty lii it i. And Vith Ronan firmness he. \ f rit cd his task and me. I was not it <11 Protection and had aggravated 1 \ crime by a oin Mentink on the lives i 1 Vur j arty who Are sound on proof Eton. Was painful but it had to be done. To h Lio Inan lir Nessin so Small a place wonderful. It ought to be bottle i \ c at tired to toll our friends in was ii ii Otist Winter that unless Alliey i a v Penni manufactured articles and so. Learn i d the Price of agricultural i. The and lightened taxation we could Lope to carry Ohio and Indiana this i ii. And now that we Are threatened n v friends it iet nervous and insinuate i am anxious for defeat like a Phi is Ian who having Given a profound diag 1 i Mihofan disease is anxious to a Liiva him die so As to verify the dwt or s 8 it nce. Well perhaps so As old Sta a it Tefon said Quot there is a Deal of human nature in Man and some in women having taken upon ourselves As a Pirty oriani7.<iiif>n, the entire business o the i Ople regulating prices and paving a mounties. We must not complain when h old responsible. While Mauu fai to seers i now Rich and the Kari cultural interests j Fiji Iisha while merchants contemplate i sorrow their full shelves and empty Are rooms while Lalma res seek in vain 1� Cine Layment an Ltd our harbours Are is Quot Macbeth a it truth v. Lien Heartl. D by the Tonso Quot Lidi tion o. His read enemy s ii and. Lind themselves Verv it a the condition of the ass it. The Falle a Heidi ils master or fed Hia to flight be lor like Oudong enemy. Quot i Lilliey Burden and starve me a More than Thoa Haat on of ii aked the Oeast. Quot certainly not Quot responded the Man. A then Fly thyself of matter for i a in Noi Fly Quot was the Batal selfish response. Duo admires the Wisdom while condemning the Lack of patriotism in the Donkey. The fact is we rep bucans at the West ought to before it is too late define our positions on the grave Piest ions. Atid governor Hayes instead of wasting his time in discussing questions of state policy before thin audiences ought to ii dlr avow what he firmly believes. Boldly avow what he. Firmly believes Dens three or four Hundred that we Are not chained to the wheels of a Mere usury and extortion. Moneyed interest that is As mean and Sel Flah As it is unprincipled How us kill tie in Kate item be a Nide senator Thompson of Ohio addressed Teeth amendment questions. We give i. U a ,. ,11 j us blow. It b a tinted buy Bonds. Or nut Lov in full his words a to How the Public debt that he ii preparing a Boutwell had no it rold. Of the United states should be paid As new financial plan for a Ilion to interfere a re that question has a practical interest for of bind lie in every citizen and the opinions of so Able to night in conference every citizen and the opinions of so Able honest and experienced citizen and statesman As senator the Cabman Are eminently worthy of consideration. He says the first question i propose to discuss is this now should the Public debt of the United states be paid you May say that is a question we have heard discussed in previous years in All its bearings. I Grant it but it is As much a living question now As it was theft it alte cts every Man woman Aud child la the land. It determines How much of your substance How much of your toil and sweat shall be Given to the government or rather to the Bondholder. It can not become a stale question until it is finally settled and it is far from being settled. The advocates of the Bon holding classes Are unremitting in their labors to mislead he people in respect to it and it behoves the advocates of the people to remit no Effort on their part to set Forth the truth. If the question be decided As the bondholders demand not you Only but generation after generation to come will Teel the evil effect of the decision. If it be decided As Law and Justice demand your burdens though still onerous May Haye a termination before the present generation shall have passed away. I repeat the question How should the debt otbo United Hatm be paid my answer is pay it precisely according to the contract and then no one will have a right to complain of injustice. Where the government promised to pay Gold As in the Case of the ten forty Bonds and the interest on the five twenties pay Gold but where it reserved the right to pay in greenbacks As it did in respect of the principal of the five twenties pay in greenbacks. The bondholders the Radical leaders and president Grant say pay All in Gold and the latter in his inaugural said in effect that no Man deserved a Public Trust who held a contrary opinion. The democracy say that to demand Gold when the right to pay in Green Bim was reserved is usury and extortion. Wild la right r this depends non the Laws under which the five twenties and the greenbacks were iacued. The first of these Laws is the act of Congress of february 25,1862, statutes at Large Page 345. By the first Section of this act an Issue of 1150,000,000 of United states notes commonly called greenbacks was authorized and it was provided that they should Quot be roce Ivarue in payment of All taxes internal duties excises debts and demands of every kind due to the United states except duties on imports and of All claims and demands against the United states of every kind whatsoever except for interest upon Bonds and notes which shall be paid in Coin and shall also be lawful Money and Legal tender in payment of All debts Public and private within the United states except duties on imports and interest As now no language could be More explicit than this. It declares that certain interest shall be paid in Coin but with this exception the greenbacks shall be receivable in payment of Quot All claims and demands against the United states of every kind whatsoever Quot and that they Quot shall also be lawful Money and a Legal tender in payment of All debts Public and private within the United duties on imports and interest As the second Section of the act authorizes the Issue of 500,000,000of five Twenty Bonds. Tsy subsequent acts further issues of greenbacks with the same Quality As Money and the same faculty of paying debts Public and private and farther issues of five Twenty Bonds the interest payable in Coin but with no Promise to pay the principal in Coin were authorized and were issued. There were also authorized and issued Cef tail other Bonds called ten forties but to a comparatively limited amount. And now Mark this fact when the government meant to bind itself to pay the principal of the Bonds in Coin it expressly said so As in the acts authorizing the issues of ten forties. But when it meant to Reserve the right to pay the principal in greenbacks As in the Case of the five twenties made no Promise to Nav in Rotart. Law try ii to be governed by the general Law i have quoted and similar Laws subsequently passed. And that this was the intention of Congress was distinctly declared by Thaddeus Stevens the chairman of the committee who re affirmed by general Butler senator mor ton your own senator or. Sherman and other leading radicals. Indeed the Republican state convention of Ohio of last year distinctly affirmed it and one of its leading spirits boasted to me that they had stolen the democratic Thunder on the subject. Now i propose to answer some of the arguments of the bondholders and their advocates. First they say that the Bonds Promise to pay dollars and that Means Money Ana that nothing is Money but Coin. To this the answer is Plain. The act of Congress i have read and the others i have referred to declare that greenbacks Are Money and every Man of you is every Day compelled to take them As Money. Second Lye it is said that the acts of con Cress limited the amount of greenbacks to be issued to 1460,000,000, and that there or u lore it could not have been intended that Fpo oly fifty two und the live twenties amounting to a i00,000.- by 0 a it should be Naid in i greenbacks. Quot by Quot be a gallon f 0 a it should be paid in greenbacks. But these acts provided that the greenbacks might be reissued As often As the Public necessity might require and thus made it possible to pay the Bonds with them. If the Bonds can not be paid with h>0.kmt, of greenbacks How Are they to to get pail with less than half that amount of a old which is All we have. Thirdly it is said that to pay in greenbacks in a it substitute non interest bearing note for a l Ond that bears interest that this would be dishonest As Between individuals As equally so Between the government and the bondholders. To this i acct is a remark of or. Senator Sumner in his late speech. But there is no parallel Between the cases. An Audi Yodual s note is not Money. It has no property of Money. It can Seldom be loaned at interest perhaps never if it do not Bear interest. But a Greenback is Money and the moment the Bondholder receives it in payment of his Bond he can loan it at interest. He is not therefore deprived of his interest if his Bond to paid in greenbacks. Why if you were to pay him in Gold the Gold would bring him no interest until he loaned it. To a him in Gold is to pay in a non interest bearing Nii drum As much As to pay in greenbacks. Neither will produce interest until loaned and when loaned each will produce it. Fourthly but the Money lenders saved the life of the nation it is said by buying its Bonds and it would be a hardship upon these patriotic men to pay them in anything but Gold. a a Why a Large portion of the Bonds were la it Ugat with Vreen lacks when greenbacks were Worth from thirty six to forty tents on the Dollar Only in Gold and nearly the whole amount paid for them has been already repaid in Gold interest. And now we Are told that it will be a hardship if we do not will have lost nothing to which they were entitled. If they will have lost an Anjim and extortionate claim it will be simply because it is unjust and extortionate and can not with and propriety be called a loss. And a to the people suffering by refusing to pay 1300,000,000 that they do not Owen Juat think of that. No my friends. It is not by getting rid of unjust demands Ili i you will Quot i it. Ii what you will. To i Vil it in millions of dollars of debt a Regii a by Folly extravagance Aud corruption and this is enough without adding to your burdens three or four Hundred millions of itty from the now York Republic. Pic to car the Wahhim Grok sem m ashin�t<in.8eptcin-B�r 25.�?ecretaryut ber 24.�?it was by the Well remarked to Day direct interference of with the president. Member of the firm of Jay Cook it co. Made a ii Ronal Appeal to the Fregia ent this morn ins to litre or. Bout Well sell cold. The i resident sent for the latter and held a conference which resisted in his ordering butter Field to Well. The Secretary of the Treasury neither in nature nor in policy is an original Man. He is a copyist and his Verv Imi stations Are stereotyped. Judged by the parallel contradictions of the above dispatches each As we know Given by his authority and neither of which will any subsequent contradiction affect the character whom or. Boutwell has chosen for his Model is our old Friend or. Facing Bot ways. As an Independent journal the Republic is bound alike in the interest of news and of the National decency and welfare to Point out How persistent is the Effort of the Secretary of the Treasury to sail with the wind and to turn every varying phase of financial events to the immediate credit of his present position and now confessed ultimate ambition for the presidency. When the bulls Are chagrined the Secretary assures them that the president alone ordered the sales of the government Gold which broke their hearts. When the bears have conquered the Secretary grandiloquent by proclaims that he has yet greater things in Reserve. The hitherto difficult task of making simultaneous love to a pair of bitter rivals is entirely easy to our minister of Doney. Moreover there Are one Hundred bulls and two Hundred bears who will make affidavit that they proceeded on their respective courses because directly advised and More than indirectly assisted so to do by the Secretary of the Treasury during his recent visit to tills City. Thus in either result was this politician to have clutched the. Credit and now when the whole Street Are Flat on their backs the alternate ally of each faction spurns them and causes to be declared in the same arrogance with which he claims the Victory his vague intentions to do terrible Thinn hereafter. It was thought that the height of political coolness had been reached when general Geary made Marty capital out of the Avondale disaster. Or. Boutwell has exceeded him in Fil Ching Fame from the wretched debris of the Wall Street War. To do this it has been necessary for him to Stu Latify himself by saddling on i Resi Dent Grant the responsibility of the Sale of the Gold daring the time when the Success of the measure was in abeyance. As soon As its Success was assured the Secretary steals the president s Thunder and assumes All the glory. Such extraordinary conduct arises from the most unscrupulous and Short sighted ambition. It is a part of the policy which is apparent in the editorial and financial columns of papers singularly enough of both parties to make or. Boutwell the Grest Man and inevitable nominee four years from hence. For this purpose one new York paper has been procured first last and All the to amp a for this purpose the financial column and the Washington dispatches of another great journal Are made to contradict its editorial pages every Day. The Brevier is Bear and the nonpareil is Bull. Everything for this purpose is to be grist which comes to the Boutwell Mill which though it grinds slowly is to grind exceeding Fine chances for the nomination in 1h72. It is due to the president that this political ring whose chief is in his Cabinet and whose Headquarters Are in this City should be exposed. It is due to the Public to understand that the finances Are to be administered not in the interest of a return to specie payments which is a National necessity but directly to Advance the political if not the personal fortunes of a single Man. Of course the plot will fail. The events of the last few Days had been Elough. The Absurdity of figuring for the presidency forty months ahead is apparent. Moreover no really great financier let alone a purposeless Dervish financier has Ever attained even a Nonini nation for the executive office. That Honor goes to soldiers and statesmen or orators. Or. Boutwell has played his whole pack and there is nothing left in his had. A a pm men we often hear the above expression from member soothe Radical party when it is intimated that the poor men those who depend upon their daily labor for the ported the bitls7 and Quot has been repeatedly support of their families Are suffering affirmed by general Butler. Senator mor Burden of taxation. say they Quot How they can be suffering. A Fofiu Pau Peia in the Vigo county poor Asylum. A at let of Ranj t. No. 1 red wheat is quoted i to. A considerable most in Evansville on tuesday Mornini. A at Crawford via in wheat ranges from ninety cents to Oue Whitley county a great breadth i it land has been sown in wheat. Lic a it a Paw i Roj it in the Neli Hor lid of is the Nikont prolific it r known. A Imi ring the of i r in Simf car county this Wek to Quot k a port /><.io<-7vi/pho-Lisli-s .1 s Rizii my daily fair journal. A Rizic Nova Bush River is now at a lower How than it has been before this year. The current is sixteen inches above Low water. A the Indianapolis daily so Tinei has been Enlar Geil. We hate it for its politics but love it for its a in Dubois county last monday Joseph Gates was pitched Over a High Fence by a mad Bull. A broken leg was the principal item of damage. A the Anderson Liera proposes to publish a red hot daily commencing next monday morning. We presume liar Desty intends to iii Keit a scorcher. A iii teen business rooms one Hundred and fifty resilience and a Hydraulic canal Are in the process of construction at Anderson if the Herald is Good authority. A a Charles Taylor a Gardener living near new Albany was attacked by his own dog and before driven off the infuriated beast Tore out the thick part of the Palm of his hand. A a Hogshead of new tobacco sold in Evansville on tuesday last ratify 70. The tobacco was raised by w. D. A age in Warrick county and on it he received a Premium of in Cash. A miss Priscilla Jacobs Steuben count Tell head Foremost in a Well thirty feet deep last monday. Fortunately she was seen to fall in and was taken out without having sustained serious injury. A Hulman s late mcgregors distillery will resume operations in about ten Days. It will Start at the rate of 400 bushels of Grain or lion Gallons of whisky per Day. This will l e increase very largely during the fall and Terre haute Kyj Pronh a the trial of Ernoy the Terre haute editor Sho Otist is postponed until the first monday in november in Conse Juwence of the absence of material witnesses for the defense. He is at Liberty on f4,000 bail. A the Evansville journal says we Are informed by physicians of the City that there is a great Deal of sickness prevailing throughout the City and in the surrounding country. The diseases Are chiefly bilious and bilious intermittent fevers with a few cases of typhoid. A the Indianapolis daily Sentinel comes to us enlarged to Over its former size. We Are gratified see this evidence of Thrift and Prosperity on the part of the Sentinel and Trust that its proprietor will receive an ample return for his Enterprise. The Sentinel has always been the Best political and general newspaper in Indiana and now in it Sim in Ved and enlarged condition is Well worthy the patronage of every Democrat in the i Haroz. Indianapolis daily skit Ink appeared on monday morning enlarged to thirty six columns. This True indication of Prosperity on the part an of the democracy is when they Don t own a cent s Worth of taxable property neither do they have an income tax to pay. Poor men pay no taxes. It is Only the electioneering Dodge of democrats to get their we Are sorry to say that there Are Many Labouring men who believe this talk. They Are not called upon by the regular tax collector and directly they Pav no tax. But let us see whether indirectly they do not pay something. Perhaps he buys on an average a Pound of Coffee per week on this he pays tax of five cents per Pound or go per year. He May use twelve pounds of Tea per year on this he pays a tax of $3. He would of course need sugar to sweeten his Tea and for other purposes Quot Quot funds per year on pay one Hundred cents additional in Gold tor every thirty six or forty cents paid by the Bondholder. And Mark it this per Chase at depreciated prices was not con tined to the War. Fourteen months after the close of the War or. Morrill chairman of the committee of ways and Means of the House of representatives now a Radical senator from Vermont and a Man of much intelligence and information said in his place in the House a Luke Isi that Quot our Imam Retsof foreign . Is this y Are nearly doable of what they were year and to pay for them by sending abroad old and Silver and i nit. D states Bonds at a Little More than half their Iaco v thu it Quot 11 re we the highest Radical a Hority Tomt the Lions were Selling As late As i iii Kwh fourteen months after tie Clomis of i he War at but Little Over Lifty i its onto Dollar. And yet the bondholders and Timir advocates talk of hardship iii Wedon t pay them one Hundred cents in a fold in outlier words about one Hundred j or cent profit of their investment. My friends i think sir per cent a High Eton ii rate of interest even Between individuals and for too Hijra for a Jovern Vincnt to pay Bur when it comes to a Hundred per cent. I Sny f lie demand is out rite oils. And ought not to be listened to for a moment. A iii Liiva of. Pray in greenbacks will Briti i them Irkel value of Iha kinds Down to to limit of Reeni a Cus und thereby cause it off unit to it Kkt to the i Xii Homer built i Brier ruin on the Cim try. So say iii i al it Citison and senator Sumner. Quot did you Ever Bear Sneh logic As this b. Tore the let Omi Holden unjustly claim ski which you Don t owe and to hot a Dollar a whih the bondholders arc in filled Thea will lose that amount and the Public will suffer. X deny that they will Luso a cent to Wlinich they have a lawful Rig lit. Their lawful right is to be paid Dollar for Dollar in greenbacks and when that is done t will have received their flu do May use a gallon of molasses per month on which there would be a tax of ninety six cents per year. He might need a pair of common Woolen blankets for the inclement sea Sou he would have to pay a tax of 12 20. Say he would want Twenty Yards of cheap carpeting it would Cost him Flag tax if of a better Quality ingrain for instance j18 tax if for a still better Quality venetian Only a us of s0. Bat he would t want the two last As Only the Rich can afford it and would have to pay a doable tax on account of his poverty. He would want some clothing a summer and Winter suit and he must pay a tax offs to get them. His wife would want two Calico dresses on which there would be a tax of 1 25. He might have the habit of using tobacco which would require a tax of a to 36 per year to indulge it or he might like his a bitters Quot but a tax of fifty cents per gallon would be required of him. Say he indulges pretty freely iti his Quot nips Quot at the rate of one gallon per Mouth Aud the tax would be 8 per year. But probably our Radical friends May object to our having these two latter items placed in their tax list As the Quot have no bad Well that May be so but 180,000,000 Are annually paid on these items by the people of this country. We might extend this list much further but let us add up these items enumerated and we find a total tax of 97, exclusive of the liquor tax. Poor men pay this not to the tax collector but to every one of whom he buys. He is paying his taxes every Day he buys a spool of thread a Bunch of matches or a Pound of Salt. Most of the al Ove items were exempt when democrats controlled this country but now the manufacturers must be protected and the bondholders must have a big interest and their Bonds must be paid in Gold although the Law Only requires their payment in currency. Yes the poor Man pays tax on All he eats drinks wears or uses. Just think of it a poor Man who earns a Dollar a Day or f3l2 per year pays As much tax As the Bondholder who has 18,000 invested in government securities who draws an interest of #1,000 in Gold or �1,340 in currency. In two right is it honest is it just Why does the lab orig Man who does not own a cent s Worth of property pay is much tax As the Man who owns ten or fifteen thousand dollars Worth will the Radical leaders answer dare they deny the True fullness of this statement no they will not they dare not. That party has combined with the wealth of the country to oppress and Burden the Mechanic Farmer and Labouring Man and we Are sorry to say it Manv of this class Are helping to rivet the shackles and bind the chains upon themselves and upon their children. And Why merely because it is advocated by the Riv dial party. Would it not be Well for them to weigh and consider these que8ti<ms? they Are worthy of it and Are closely of it no acted with their future interests and Hent a advertiser the time approaches for a democratic state convention the candidate begin to put in an appearance. Several Are spoken of and their Superior claims and merits Are dilated upon by their friends. The Rochester Standard and several others urge the claims of general r. C. Kise for retry of state. Colonel Norman c. Eddy is put Forth by the Evans vice pm Rita for the same position. Colonel j. B. Stoll editor of the Ligot iier Banner William Steele of Waba and John c. Shoemaker Are spoken o or auditor of Suto. Time Are al Ery i Filce to see the of the Central Organ certainly Gratifying. The Large and commodious building now in process of erection by the proprietor or. Bright is an additional indication that the sent Nei. Is appreciated by the Community and that its Progress is Onward and Slu Byville Volunteer. A the Greensburg Standard relates the following War incident Quot while we were lying at Indianapolis at the opening of the three months service. Our friends at Greensburg hearing we were starving sent up to the two companies from Here forty bushels More or less they were not measured of eatables but they wore eaten and after the a ten was Over Barney Mullen offered this Toast if this be War god Grant we May Niver have Pace so say we if the Corn show this year indicates famine May we enjoy famine All the Aroito ii of democracy of this county will heartily endorse the nomination of or. Shoemaker if he should be so fortunate As to receive it. Or. Shoemaker formerly lived in this District but his county was stricken Oil and attached to the first District by the Radical legislature two years ago. He is a Fine speaker and we know of no Man More eminently qualified for the position of auditor of state than to. At present we know of no candidate who would be More act it eatable to the democracy of this county than or. a a a out Democrat Sirini a John Blewett died from Quot too much laudanum Quot at Terre haute on wednesday morning. At the,., inquest the physicians who attended him testified that he die trom the effects of laudanum taken As they believed for the purpose of suicide. Other evidence showed that he had been in very Low spirits Aud had made remarks indicative of an intention to take his own life. The jury found a verdict in accordance with the above statements. Blewett had no relatives in the neighbourhood of Terre haute and had recently come from new York. A the editor of the Kokomo Tribune Aoi Oil Quot the following hit upon the worldly religionists of that place in a meeting of the sunday school in to Lute held there last week Quot to. C. Philips replied that to say it took Backbone to stand up for the right in Kokomo was All Bosh it takes that Quality to stand up for the wrong. The is under most Here. Even a member of his own it Hurch had solicited him Philips to join the Church because it is popular would help in business and add Many to his subscription list. Ninety nine men of every Hundred non professors would fight lor the praying women but he was ready and willing to discuss the question with any person whether there is not too much dress Parade religion in this arrested for a awful crime on wednesday of last week the people of this place were thrown into a fever of excitement. George Weldon was arrested for an attempted rape upon a child a Little daughter of auditor Gray Only six years old Weldon has not Long been Here and has been a labourer getting Dis arged now and then for drunkenness. He is not pleasant in appearance but no one would suspect from his looks that he could conceive of such a crime As he is charged with. A Man must be All brute that could be guilty of it. He enticed the Little girl away from her father s House and took her into an Alley then into a stable and up into a Hay mow where they were found by the father. We dare not write More of the subject. Weldon has hts a preliminary examination before mayor Cooper and is now in How Ard Tribune. b. learn that this energetic Democrat will be a candidate before the state convention for the office of treasurer of state. Or. Rvan has l Een twice Defeated for that office the first time making the race when he had not the ghost of a show of Success but he went into the canvass with the same activity As though Victory had been assured. Last year he was again a candidate and with the balance of the state ticket was barely Defeated. The splendid canvass of 18g8 was largely due to or. Kyan s Energy. It is but right that he should now have the office As it is Almcrant certain that the democracy will sweep the state next year. It is always Safe to remember. In the. Hour of tri Ameh. The men who stood firm in the Days of adversity. We doubt whether or. Rvan will have any serious Competition for the nomination before the coming state courier. Fatal stabbing affray near state fatal stabbing affray occurred two Miles Southeast of state line City on tuesday night of last week. On the night referred to an Apple Nett inf party was held at the residence of Zach Arlah Clem a wealthy Farmer of that neighbourhood. For some time previous an ill feeling bad existed Between a son of or. Clem and a Young Man named James Beckett. Without an invitation it Eckett went to the party and was ordered away by Young Clem. He left the House reluctantly and hovered Almut the premises until the disbanding of the gathering. While Clem was accompanying a number of the lady visitors Home u horseback he was Attai ked a Short distance from his father s House by Beckett dragged from his horse and a taxied in three different places on the body. He t or. Mcdonald do a the nomination his fitness and to give to his name nomination. The a few Hundred 1 a or would accept lured out cation it w 11 it i friends we urge i ite which we lost by ill can be carried by judicious nominations and reasonable it in porous Effort a m Union. A the fort Wayne Democrat is respond Siphie he Fol Luwin / to rowing tale a i lol Lowil singular and Verj Hou iii Lucid Cut is said to have happened in this Vicinity. Our informant vouches for its truth. I gives us the Story on pledge that we iffy not reveal names in consequence of the annoyance it might create from sight seers. A gentleman in the City a few Days ago bought a bottle of Brandy cherries and took them Home. Of opening them his wife thought they were not altogether As Well preserved As might be Conte gently they were thrown out to the chickens. In a Short time the lady found that her chickens were All dead. She told the servant that she might pick them and put the feathers in her bed which she did readily. After picking or the feathers she carried the chickens out and threw them away. Night came on. Mrs. Was sorely grieved at her loss. Sleep soon swept away her troubles. At Early Dawn she at Early Dawn she was alarmed at hearing old chant Clear crowing loudly and the hens cackling. Judge her Surprise when on opening the doors and looking out she saw every Hen and rooster Young and old grave and Gay marching round eyeing each other with suspicion Many of them entirely naked and Only a Tew had Wing and tail feathers. The sight was As ridiculous and amusing As the March of fishes and tadpoles in the White Fawn. The cherries had made poor Chickles Evansville courier suggests colonel Norman Eddy As a suitable Cut Ond Date for Secretary of state and Speaks in the most complimentary and flattering terms of colonel Eddy. Every word of our contemporary we most heartily endorse. A Christian gentleman a faithful Soldier and experienced statesman he stands pre eminent in the state and is the malt of All men to head our next state tick get. There certainly would be no opposition to hot nomination among other names mentioned in connection with state nominations we see that of our old Friend James b. Ryan esq., of Indianapolis for treasurer of slate. Or. Ryan has twice ran upon the state ticket up he office of treasurer a each time Bari de state thoroughly. He in a Pular affable and pleasant gentleman and As Well capable of managing the fun a of the state As any Man in it. The try could do no better than to nominate or. R. There is no probability that the convention will Lack Eit Ftp a in numbers or material from which to select a state ticket. Thei e seems to be a disposition to canvass thoroughly the strength of candidates in order we suppose that the convention May know something of the men a ticket is to be selected from. Good men will be placed upon the ticket with a platform of live issues. The party can afford to carry no dead weight As was in the past too often the Case but go into the canvass trim and tout to pharos. Books Etc. School books school books Blank books Blank books stationery. Stationery. Country merchants druggists and All who Deal in books and stationery will b�/urni�hf4 at Low rates or Jii a fresh Stock with Good men and we would a Monty was taken Home and lingered until ves ter Day when he died from the effects of the wound. Beckett was arrested. released a on Bonds for his a it Eliance at court to answer the charge of murder. The parents of both parties Are Lafa Jetie Juuru. of the tone of the Huntington Democrat we infer that it favors the nomination of colonel i. B. Mcdonald of Columbia City for Secretary of state at the next democratic state convention. We would most heartily approve of the action should the convention be &0 fortunftt6 its to Placo to g cml a Man and Democrat in the Field while it would be justly due to or Mcdonald s friends and supporters in this part of the state. We ail know of the labor he performed in the service of the democratic party for theae Many last year the democratic party of Whitley and Kosciusko nominated Quot him for senator. The of tort he made for the Success of the democratic ticket proved his capability and his Energy to do his part in to la work. We have known him Long and intimately for the last nine or live every Confidence ten years and we a Ign him. School books books. Stationery of All kinds foolscap letter Hote and Legal Cap paper memorandum books Paw books slates steel pen a old pens Kalll pens Lead pends slate Pincus Chalk Cray ivs Ink Anink stands and everything iii rally kept 5n a Complete Jook a Pfohe. By Meh Rixie. It so co., nui.kk3 in Law theological miscellaneous and Soli ool Soole is Blank books stationery Etc., no. 5 e. Washington st., new York store. New fall and Winter er7goods. Ext Iasi be i it in i the new York store. Imit sense Stock of new fashionable Ai tid arabs Long and of Nero shawls in great variety of Quality and Price at the new Yoist store. Plain and Faney Silks 25 per cent under regular prices at the by new York store. Alpacas Empress cloths and Merines. Immense Stock every color. Quality and Price at the Kew York store. Dress goods. Every texture Quality and Price. Endless variety at the Kew York store. Cloths waterproofs and sackings. Large Stock every a nudity Aud Price at the View York store. Hosiery a a love. Underwear Flowers plumes Kibbons it i collars a ufos. Laces. Hoop Skirls Balmoral skirts Boulevard skirts and furs 111 a Idille a r a a e t y at the Mil Merrill a re a re he if it a eats for the lady my paper co. Fiatt innit Walt Ray Era. Dow gallery. A. R. Miller s re n o t o g n a. I ii c portrait gallery. No. 45 kit Waahid actor Street Indian polls. Indiana. Ouk speciality w and painting la Oil and water colors from old Day Guerreo pm ambr Otue and l Ioto Siax. Ion a a tee on poro i photography in Oil to git entire Naug faction. Iy27 i Ltd. Pate rift and models. A ii h o o i it pattern amp Model maker wion Bro Blly works. Corar it. Cicur aah Cami Lato from Lewell Massachusett a flannels blankets and coverlets. 60 cases from the Best Mills in the count re at the item York store. Table linens napkins and towels. Decided bargain i Justrom delved from auction at at the new York store. Cali Coes bleached and Brown Muslin. I50 cases and Kulics bought at the lowest tik ures of the season and now offered 20 por a Cut. Below reit near prices at the new York store. Ladies hats. Trimm it no fashions Aud i trimmed latest in Diana oils business directory the new at York we invite special attention to on immense Stock of the celebrated Arrow a Natalo and velocipede b l Ovic l o s. 550nr entire Stock is the most extensive most tref Nelv selected and cheapest we have Ever uttered the people of Indiana. Pettis Dickson amp co. Teas Etc. The China Tea store is at no. 7 Odd be rows Hall. Teas coffees and sugars at wholesale and retail. 01 r Stock Yoonsi flt of one Hundred chests of Choice Oreen Black and Japan teas selected with great care and with particular refer Adco to their drawing qualities in the cup. Having been known for tote past ten years in this City As Quot the Tea Man painting. I v. I Hap Masr a co., House and sign Painter training glazing Etc Toorner Virginia ave. And Washington st., up 8t�?ib8, Indianapolis Indiana. Augl7 Day Cas Pittino Etc. Joseph w. , steam and Gas fitter and brass Fuu Deb 11� Solh Delaware a try it Indianapolis Indiana keeps constantly on hand the largest assortment of the latest styles of chandeliers brackets and other Gas fixtures. To be found in the state. Prompt attention Giten to orders for Oak f Ittin. A Glt Day coir and Vead for melt with the unders biped feel confident that in purchasing Nersund ally from the heaviest importers in the Eastern markets buying in the largest quantities and Selling at a Small profit he will Cottbell Knight plumber. Gas amp steam fitter Xeller a a. Ovine us a Liru ill Iio will Merit in the future As he has Enio Yud in the past a Large Shaie of the patronage of this City and state. Our Stock of Coffee is no barn strictly choir of Volt Len Rio. 4� Bacn a trietly Hoire Nark Bio. 30 is fam Mari rely choler old a Iov t Java Baca Streetly rho ice Hantak col tee. As we Purchase coffees direct of the importers. We Are enabled to save the dealer or con Sumer two or three profits. You will always be Able to find at Quot the China Tea store no. 7 Odd Fellows Hull Quot the Best select d coff is. Oreen. Roasted and ground brought to the country. Our Stock of sugar is always Large and Pur chased direct from the refiners. It is Wade up of the Best brands and consists of in barrel for fall Lehmen a or Eliem a and extra c coins a Nairn. So barrel Bent Branti of h urdu Loo barrel Rel lived yellows. In sugars by the barrel or lesser Quantity we pc st Quot Defiler one. And generally two we also make a specially together with teas. Quot a Quot i a around Pichs. The purity and excellence of our i Quot a ways be relied on. We shall be in Constanta receipt of the Best and freshest goods in our line and will not be under Solil by any House in the state. Remember the s Loci a a Gentian girl a to mid amp a for the Parent Ofle be and for exhibition. Sep Ltd d3m livery. Citek Btu lat Brt Ahir Lirajr Buick , China Tea store Quot is at no. 7 Odin Fellows Hall. To. 70 Ortli ill Nola Street. Block Lead and Iron pipe. Pumps Sheet Lead was Chand hers Pendant a lobes. Brackets Etc. Always in hand. Preem Ream Nabie an Ltd All work War in site Ltd. N. promo attended to. Augl2 Day. Saddlery. For the Best and it Tea pm st harness and saddles go to he Kex s no. S4 Bort i Delaware in Root West o the court Homm. July d3m. Indianapolis business directory. Att onion at . A new fri v a Quot Quot Norton Street. Lou an a Brown. I no. Wash str of building Modotali. It no Morby Vamp trl , Vinton s a Lack a a if Sci i ii Jahr it al. Room 5 Blake s Block. win iii v Pennsylvania Street. . Or Kier 58>i e. Market Street. Aerated bread. A. W. Caldwell amp co. 16 b. Seth Itrat. Areta Teeta. K a new s Block. I. Tailor. 5 Langsdale Block. A Etlan and commission. We. E. Featherston 191w Banks. Citizens natto al Bank. 4 e Wash Indiana Bank Lett i wish st Ritzinger s Bank. 14 news Hington Street. Books paper and stationery. Toode Carmicheal amp Williams. Glenns wish. Street. Merrill pfc co. .5 e. Washington Street. Books and Wall paper. C. P. Wilder 26 e. Washington Street. Boots and shoes whole Solo. John c. Burton amp co., 1148. Meridian Street Vinne Dok Jones a co., 66 s. Merid. Street. Boots and shoes wholesale and retail. A. W. Bronson 17 w. Washington Street. Brass works. Stierle a Loeper. &1 s. Delaware Street. A Riili Hian factory. Schmedel amp quicker. 194 e. Wash Street. Carpenters and builders. Ilkei Wjk Jones. 48 Kentucky venue. Carpet Wall paper Etc. Gall a Rush 101 e. Washington Street. Larmaire . Bremmerman amp Renner. 123 e Wash st Slaw Lippincott a ,."bd a b. Georgia Street. China Weiass a Nee sware wholesale. For co. 37 s. Meridian Street. Bott it a Ebl amp co., 127 s. Meridian Street. China Tea store. H. H. Lee. Odd Fellows and , dyeing and repair Lnu. Smith a Dye works. 62 e. Market treet. Cloth off wholesale. Dessar. Bro. I co. 60 8. Meridian Street Hays Rosenthall amp co. 64 8. Mde no to. Coal Lime and moment. A Butsch a Dickson. 27 e. Georgia i Reet. Coal and Coke. J. A w. C. Burk,23 Virginia Avenue. Coffee Tonery wholesale and Retan r. L. Smith a co., 40 w. Washington Street. Cracker a fakery. Parrott Nickum amp co., 188 e. Kwh. Dentists. Mart Dale Block. Kilgore amp Helms. 70 n. Illinois Street. Bry foods Holtons Etc wholesale. Hibben. Tarkington &c0. 112s. Meridian Street. Kennedy. Byram a co. 108s. Merid. It. Landers Conduitt a �0. 58 8. Merid. St Murphy Johnson a co., c�r7m�rid�m and Maryland a oods wholesale and Reticle. Trade Palace 2fi and 28 w. Wash Street. Tyyor s Bee hive 2 w. Washington Street. New York store a Lenn s . Browne a a a Sloan 7 and 9 e. Wash. It. W 1 Haskitt a co. 14 a. Wash Street. Keifer a Vinton s. Meridian Street. Patterson. Moore a Talbot 3 Morry ton a Block. Stewart a Morgan 40 e. Wash Street. Bye st nah oils welds Kate. C. Dickson a co. 47 and 49 n. Tenn. Street. Engines and machinery. Sinker a co. 125 s. Pennsylvania Street. works Opp. Union depot. Tennessee Street. King a p1nne\. Cor. Kentucky Avenue and Mississippi Street. Fancy goods toys notions Kate. Quot Baldwin s 6 e. Wash Street. Charles Mayer co., 29 w. Wash steel floor Mills. Heckman a sheer ley. 354 e. Wash. It. Hew Tork for Mann factory. D. Lelewer Abro. 56 s. Meridian Street. Furniture manufacturers. Philip Dohn 246 South Meridian Street. Cabinet makers Union. E. Market it. C. Hel woj a co., 115 and 117 e. Wash Street Mitchell a . 3se. Wash it a co. 71 a 73 w. Wash h Western k. Wish. Six As and steam fitters. Joseph w. Davis nos. Delaware Street. John o. Jianning. 82 w. Washingto get. Conrad near. 70 a Orth Illinois st Eek. In Roger so wholesale. Alford. Talt Ott a co., 2 Morrison i blot crossly n u. H Anna a cb.,_52 s. Meridian. Foster a Wio Oins 68 and a a s. Del. A treet. Holland. Osterm Yeraco. Wand a a Maryland Street. Severn a sch null. 137 and 139 s. Merid. It. Wiles. Bro. A co. 149 s. Meridian Street. Notions. Store. Stoneman. Pee a co. 2 Louisiana st. Opp. Union depot. Hair works a rfcs curls switches Ete. F. J. Medina. No. 34 West Washington it. Hardware cutlery Etc. Kimble al Mana co. 110 8. Meridian st. James t. Lay Man a co. 64 e. Wash Street Llan and Caps wholesale. Carra Alvey 6 Lou. St. Opp. Union Denot Donaldson a Stout. 54 Meridian and Caps wholesale and retail h. Bamberger. 16 e. Washington Street. E. A Seaton. 35 n. Pennsylvania Street. Inn Rahcel fire. Indiana fire ins. Co. Odd Ferow Luau insurance in be. Charter Oak Hartford. Blackford s Block Security of a new yer a. 2 Blake i Row. Is. Louis Mutual Yohn i Block. Insurance use and fire. Greene a Royse Blackford s Block. Martin Hopkins a Ohr. New journal bids insurance and real estate. W. J. Copeland a co. 5 Martindale i Bloke Frank Smith a co. Odd Pelloni Hau. John s. Spann a co. Brown s Block. Iron. Steel nails Ete. W. J. Holliday a co. 159 s. Meridian it. Ladles trim Muncs and Faney a soda William Haerle 4 w. Washington Street lamps Chan Dellum Ete. W. A c. F. Holliday. 15 8. Meridian Street lumber merchants. Bunte a Dickson. 87 e. Was a. Street. Co Burn a Jones. N. Terre haute depot. Mccord a whea�ley.18�zs. Ala bus Street lather belts no Ete. John Fishback. 125 8. Meridian Street. Us ours and wines wholesale. Louis Lang. 29 w. Meridian Street. S. Kaufman. 116 8. Meridian islet. Prenatt a 0 c0nn0ba41 s. Ai fridian it Rikhoff a bro., 77 8. Luer Idian i to t. F. But an. 143 8. Meridian Street. John Sweetser. 30 s. Meridian dealers and Puhl Shora. H. L. Benham a co. 1 Martindale Block. Musical Institute. Professor j. 8. Black. Talbot anew i and furnished. Samuel Taggart. 138 8. Penn. Street. Monuments tombstones Ete. B. 0. Carpenter 36 b. Market Street. T. S. Jamji is a Speer. 136 s. Meridia Street. Ocon ilits. H. Marsh a son. Miller s Block. I linseed Oil and Oil cake heal. I. P. Evans a co. 24 s. Delaware Street. Oils paints and Varn Shea Frank a. Boyd. 22 s. Meridian Street. Oysters fruit Ete. W. Do Ruiter a bro., 65 s. Illinois Street. Paper and paper ban Chandler a Field 24 s. Meridian Stock. Pawnbroker. J. A m. Solomon. 25 s. Illinois Street. Piano . Indiana Pous Manly g co. 159 and 161 e. Washington Street. J. H. Kappes a co. 210. And 216 s. Ill pianos Etc. Soehner a Benham 36 e. Wash Street. M. A. Stowell. 46n. Penn8ylvvnia Street a. G. Willard a co. 4 and 5 Bata if oui. Pictures frames mirrors Ete. H. Libber a co. 21 n. Pennsylvania Street. Picture gallery. A. R. Miller. 45 e. Washington Mills. Boors ssh ele. Pm of s. New Jersey st. Me it on. Beam a Luom son. West Market packers and produce. Lesh. Tousey a co. 72 and 74 s. Del. Street. Produce and commission. A so pvt i a s. Illinois Street. R by Quot a House Block. K. Simp on 19 s. Delaware a Trant v Ancamp a Jackson. William John Wallace. 43 a Dii Smi railing Aud jails. B. F. Haugh a co. 74 a Pennsylvania Street real estate agents. A Blackford s Block. Washington Street. Quot Quot Quot Quot by belting. Leather belting Mamm omis non al Shorck s cell Oak tanned leather awarded the form Punini mme a my a Ploma it the of Dimaira Wate warm Row the to iia�7 Alm. 0� Lan. Rubber belting Hose Page s Patent lace a Carmei Oak tahm�4 , . Freak a skin Bole la Moor atm at Whol Sall pric18. Miu Rurac 1� South he Tuua tut Syria carpets Etc. A nil traae i860. Carpets Aid Wali paper it we have now in Stock and Are ree ii a daily a very Large and Fine Short heat of Stock new styles and a Sutemi in Moti Aetta velvet we tilt my tape Sirj Brussels carpets of Freinek and a Arkili Kamnf Lotare of oar a a a importation. Alio s vent fall and is really Lele eted Ziock of English Aud Aiebi Cai 3-flts, a ply and ingrain extra Sapera a opera my a poll my al Pika in Tralee All bought from the Mana Setner direct and Large quantities for our wholesale Trade thus insuring our chi Tomperi the lowest Price and the largest variety. Oar Stock embraces Alio s Large variety of Holland Stair carpets with Borden for same both in a Noweli and ing Siai. Floor Oil cloths in Sll Widi i of the Best it Lei and very ekes a. T t i 3sr go s of so kinds and Litiere. 1 s ii Jav i it e s. An immense Stock in All lengths Solori set styles lower than Erer. Curtain goods comprising real and Notton Finiani a Hui asks rep. A in All w a it Andes Lars Witk Trius Alnutt and al tui far All Lilnda or car tala. Mats velvet ruq8, Oil cloth rom. Rubber. Cocos. Cane and jets door Mau. In a Grade and Lise. Picture nails and cords tassels Etc., Etc. Wall paper department whale ale and retail is fall and Oom Pleu. We Here Toek Loo. Pes. Brown birr iii 1�0,000pes. White aah Brit Miil 50,000 Pes. Satins 30�0ti0pes.c Oia 10,000 Pes. Decor atoms 20,000 Pes. Borders. In decoration. Comp disc Wae Reee auy la port dare the richest Mfd Uneit Araica Sevec tie took of shaped . Inter fell. Saki Beibe novelties of the Aeson. While in us. Blanks. Borden Etc. Etc., a to piety ii sum item. A Quot a a jobbing Trade in Thom Good sad Are prepared to Ork jobbers figure. Goods Nau Tiaa Rau thai mating flight. Of a Here goods an Ima glit at the imn a Peipei and were a mired at kit a rates of Imatt. And we Are pleased to inform oar East Sawi that we Are better prepare to i sell goods cheap butt Ever be tee and on Stock i Misc larger Taka a it re Ike a ois Sute five the Best variety to Sele Etuk a. Moalc at our immense Stock and see for your ssh a a. Sepan d Prsir. Ammom Sham drug itts. Hannaman amp co. By other Home , a a a or def a or a a tvs the st to. V ii to Viiu u i a Elawar Street. Physicians. If Tumu re a a Mouat i Block. John Kik Pat Lwft a a Ket Street. Of 8 Dpi Vine jew is Market Street. Tax. 88le. Market Street. It. Id�e.tjc3-c3-Isa?s 100 East Washington st., India Mapous in Diania. Pure shied the drug Hoose Force dlr by i Essres. J. C a Reeni to that a Large Stock of a Esey fresh drugs medicines surgical inst Chebis. Patent medicines paints. Oils varnish fancy and toilet goods paint Sash and varnish brushes de Mollii a. Much. Wjk Glyer. Room 7 Martin file Block. Sadt Lles. Narness. Etc. J m Vul it it a a Quot i get. Ii Quot i l i Luji Isri Meridian str tot. Danill. By Sellers. 17 Virginia works. E. C. Atkins amp co. 210, and 21f, s. Iii. and Arlen plural. J. Be Oraibi Stilz 78 k. Washington Street. Nelns fac Bane a. Of nor hrs a i i Quot Pennsylvania Street. Re Juke cd 27 a a. a Trot it inns Vania Street. A Fer Quot a a Quot a Street. Hotl lii it Wilson. 10 w. Wash Street. Narc i factory. East end new York Street. Stoneware and fruit jars. Thomas Wiles. 25 e. Georgia Street. Toven and caatlnks., in Day a cobol l pm it Kate. Todd Cabin Llakel amp Williams. Glenni d. Koot a co.,me. Washington Street. Teas to Baleo and al Kors. John a. Heidlinger 39 w. Wash Street. Tin Copper us Asmare. Kate. B. Johnson a co. 108 8. Delaware of trunks Ete. N. Burton. 39 s. Nnoli Street. Was on and works Indianapolis works. 172 s. Tenn. Tree watches jewelry Etc. Y-p-brnoham�co.,i50e Wash it set Molink a a Akron. Bail oos Walaa Llla mime Rutx Couo Hikiji. A anti. It ii our intention to keep a Complete Stock of All goods Ynsua y found in a first a dra. Hore and to sell them As Low As any Loase in this Cuy. Cast Omen Are invited to Call a tax Amine their Stock and prices. It a will hut in in titt by a front door for the bereft night a fall mp28 dim . We Lassa Sil har Swarc. Geo. K. Share a co., a balers a saddlery hard Waii Carriage m Seidi trim Iipp i it no Robes Hong Bias Mim a Iky �?��4 Tew Wilps Emo bombs and a mses Mel a bolls horse collars dam. 2vo. 40 Sousa Ace Muan st. I. A

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