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Indianapolis Evening Journal (Newspaper) - October 2, 1871, Indianapolis, Indiana M�pth2 even mfg sock so to . Moke a. A ctr Fie inti. I the people s Houe it no. 88 Bast Washington Street. Bells carpets Oil cloths wallpaper window shades am dry goods amp notions it the Loir Art Pom Ible Goi is just received the Public Are Cordialia invited to Call and exod to our goods wid in cent before Pii Rolwing. W. M. X a. V i a i it to priv Toi. Be to pop it _ the one Price Boot and shoe Stop 82 East Strelitz 1� now a Lar Joe and Well select �1 Stock of the very Best of boots and shows that can had All of which will be sold of the a Ery lowest prices. Call and examine goods and prices. W. W. Jones. Sept.l6-84d Addi Iionia Why leu x will always begot a and in the third Brevi ties. Acct of him that the Pou business had not proven profitable but that if a notary with a off solent Seal can be found the Bill will be allowed i the morning. A a Genius bos exalted his i Eleanope at the Bates House Comer and is pretending to show children of various size the Milky Way at Al hours from 9 x. M. To 4 p. M. The instrument appears to possess the Jower of one of Moses fifth rate spectacle glasses. A tiie new Church in Stringtown or Indian Ola was Orrall cd according to the arrange ment Prayto Ubly announced in the eve new of his duty us a the Attl cil agent. Or. Jornsay yesterday afternoon. I a Quot a also informs us that a a three Fine looking horses Unkn local Fame arrived this morning and vat Trot for the finite Premium at the 9t�t� j a Tus week. A general John Colum arrived Tito Al big from the Baltimore convention. A a a a the state fair. Nearly two thousand entries have been made for the state fair which opened to Day and Ever thing indicates that it will be the most successful meeting yet held. Having become an established institution and the management being Soch As to give satisfaction to All exhibitors the week of the fair is looked Forward to by Large numbers of citizens in every Section of the state As a time when both valuable information and recreation can be obtained. The last har it Cost has been an unusually Bountiful one and from the tone of the Rural press we infer the banners feel amply Able to take at least a portion of tie present week for Holiday purposes. The various county fairs have been better attended Titis season than Ever before one result doubtless of the year of plenty and there Are certainly no reasons Why the same causes should not affect the patronage at the state institution in a like manner. Of very detail about the ground is in the most perfect order and it is thought the facilities provided will be ample for All. Over $8,000 have been expended during the summer in building Halls and making general improvements and the evidences thus far show that the labor of the officers will be fully appreciated both by exhibitors and visitors. Personal. Or. Sol. Yewell jr., aullion actor ind theatrical agent arrived this morning for tort new York where he has been endeavouring to and Ranee the interests of miss major part the Cush Man. Or. Tewell informed us that he is not the agent of miss Cushman quite so much As he was that in fact his business and social rela Tiona with that lady have been violently sundered and she has published a false and slanderous card about him in the Clipper artfully designed to Cuba rum him in the Dis a Lien fruit an upward inclination. A soviet Huir like Indian summer this. A a new democratic Evenou paper is threatened. A Burriess Brown inspires most of the local matter in the Amateur weeklies. A military Park was pretty Well patronized yesterday. A a. Jefferson Van Winkle commences his week s engagement at the Academy to night. A or. Fletcher s lecture at the University yesterday was on Quot physical a the rollicking in Oyster Cir Iii to play an i portent part in Church and Charity circles. A All owners of. Steam whip Jules Are notified that the City Council will meet to Nishit. A Berry Sii Grove complains that the City diapers Don t know How to spell Mandarino. A Mcdo Lwell of Bowen it stewarts will resume his lectures on the Penn letter Book. A the books of the Secretary of the state Board will let to found Durinzi the remainder of the week on tie fair grounds. A the Young people of Christian Chapel will hold their annual reunion at the Church tonight. All Are cordially invited. A the chances for the construction of a Branch of the Street railway on Indiana Avenue the present season have almost vanished. A quails were offered in one or two places at an hour so Early this morning As to Lead to the Harry Wing suspicion that they were bagged yesterday. A Quot be Orp lians Booth has been removed to the state fair grounds and the Fiill of fare will not he in any particular inferior to tie one so much praised last week. A the third annual Ball of the bricklayers Union of Indiana will he Given on tiie evening of thursday to or i no it masonic Hall acid like us predecessors will doubtless be a grand Success. A Walnut Hunting is the e it Demic depravity Anionic the Risiner Ien cration just a Low. Nut Brown is the prevailing color of Mounir America s puts. A the usual sunday services were Lipold in the Jinil yesterday Laoni ing but Jud ing from the profanity heard issuing from the Walls i the afternoon we fear the Send was sown in Linin eur places. A a marriage License in Wii Icli the Princis it Al portion of the name of the parly of the first part was omitted was from the clerk s office Teliin . The name of tin prospective j ride is s. J. White. A a Young lady in the Northern part of the City came near dying yesterday from an fat ver dose of aconite a deadly i Oison used As a remedy for Ier Ous lie Adache. It should Nev let bet in except by prescription of a physician. The War of words Between Secretary loom is of the Indianapolis fair and Secretary Foole of the state Board out r the merits of the or Reape tire grounds Lias grown quite interesting. The former gentleman has just come Down to Bard pan. A with Tebei it Rofot and Wisdom for which such bodies Are always noted the Council at its last session passed an ordinance prohibiting Tito. Blowing of Loco Matlove whistles in the City and at the preceding meeting resolved to allow the starch factory to continue in operation. The latter has but an proved a Nui Swee of the most intolerable emar Acter and Tao Tineh arising from the draining is much Moni unlike arable Ilian would be the combined screeches of All the steam whistles in the City even if they were found a every have a Lutes. As All Relief has keen refused by the Council the aggrieved citizens along pogues run propose to apply to the Crofts. A Reinhart Renman will have an Opportunity of defending himself against five indictments on the 20th of october in the criminal court. A a Young song of tiie Law was arguing a Legal Point in Ilie criminal court Titis morning who i la it life Elliott interrupted him with the statement that further words were unnecessary As up a court had already decided on a a amp a Cam. Who expression of in Donnic and innocence ii a a embryo Black Stone inquired whether this ruling of the court was going to be admitted As a part of treat Al Dence _ a Jester a a Day for All they stewed up to tie pro a it no is Tiuis com of Liebard with i it or voucher and an Mcowat honest Book keeper was my to three o clock but for Matt reason be a ailed to put in an App face. It is surmised Uhi it was labor ing with time departed Wmk Iii pm j a Thuy the Stal Captain s Nen Dalte i made where the Money went. It will be recollected that one Day last week a half dozen journalists were captured by Coroner Hedges and made to do duty on a quest. The county remunerated them for their valuable 8er>ice8 in the sum of one Dollar each and we have at great trouble and expense managed to ascertain what became of the Lucre so unexpectedly obtained. Viewers of the Mirror by a great oversight neglected to Quot Copper Quot the seven spot and gave his Dollar to Peter Wilkins. Reed of the Jioji he says he used his to pay the Back wages due the Genius who compiles his Quot Piscat orial Quot intelligence hut there is a slight discrepancy Between his statement and that of Charlie Ruth of the Academy of music Saloon. Terry Quot the rising to ing journalist Quot of the Kiri Iii Sentinel invested in a preparation warranted to produce the Dundr Carist kind of Side whiskers in less than thirty Days. House of the journal of Costner be indulged in the almost forgotten luxury of a shampoo and after saving out fifteen cents for some unknown purpose was endear Spring saturday night to pay tiie remainder to sol. Moritz on a suit of clothes and Quot stand him off Quot for the balance. Nichols of the commercial invested his Windfall in the Purchase of an additional pair of spectacles and said that when he gets a Good thing he saves it saves it to the Tail. We have forgotten the name of the sixth member of that Jurj. Fair notes. The grounds of the Indianapolis fair association now present something the appearance of a Quot banquet Hall deserted Quot or words to Liat effect. Nearly All the articles were removed saturday and the few left Over were transported to Day to the quarters provided by the state association. Though the attendance last week was not so Large or the exhibition so successful As the managers looped it would be they take into consideration that this is luit the second year of the institution that the grounds Are new and that another attempt will probably a it lice it on a paying basis. The one Hundred extra stalls required to accommodate the Large entries of Stock at the state fair will be entirely completed by tomorrow. of the proprietors of refreshment stands who lost Money at the Indianapolis fair expect to recuperate their fallen fortunes at the state fair grounds this week. To per when is truly inf femal Ai that she att buted her want of su��s9 Tojici. Tewell s Gross whereas it was simply owing to character of the entertainment a file she offers to the Public. Or. Yewell is preparing a card in which he will set himself right before the Public. As miss Cushman is a fighting cuss we should not be surprised to hear that the unpleasantness had culminated in pistols and Coffee. Prof. H. B. Hibben chaplain in the United states Navy will be in the City on a visit to his friends this week. Miss Kate Dodd one of our City Belles will shortly he married to or. Samuel Wallack. Or. Wulliam b. Fletcher one of our Best City physicians has retired from the practice of Medicine and will devote his time for the next year to the work of preparing for the press the biographical sketch of his father s life provided for in the will. While eng aged in this work the doctor will do not Liing in the medical line except a Little special practice in the line of certain chronic and intractable diseases which he has made tie subject of special invest ignition. The doctor s numerous patients in this City will regret his retirement from general practice. Probably no physician in the City or state has done a larger or More in remunerative practice. His sen Iees have always been As promptly Given to the poor and indigent As to the wealthy and if gratitude were bankable he would now be one of the wealthiest members of the profession. During his engagement in this Eity Imp. Jefferson will he the guest of t. B. Glessing our artist Friend on West new York Street. Or. Furnas late member of the legislature from Hendricks county is in tie City dancing attendance on the state fair. Hereafter when Jimmy Dickson desires to distinguish the difference Between horse radish and carrots he intends to take a clerk with him to Market. The experience is pleasant hut not profitable. Or. J. M. Mclain formerly Well known in this City arrived on saturday from fort Smith Arkansas. Hon. Thomas Dowling Terre haute h. A Ashley Brazil a. D. Hamrick state Board of agriculture colonel John a. Keith Columbus a. B. Claypool Connersville and h. Caldwell Wabash Are at the Bates House. We regret to learn that mrs. Cookingham Mother in Law of Robert Emmett esq., who has been visiting in this City during the greater portion of the summer died suddenly at her residence in Troy new York on saturday aft Quot Moon. I Caious Charity. The i Opie yesterday contained an account of a transaction of or. Bright which is More creditable than some in which he had been recently engaged. The widow of a former a Miloye called on him to see if she could not enforce the collection of a debt which one of the senti tul Book keepers owed to her dead husband. Or. Bright not Only made arrangements to retain a certain amount a very week out of the delinquent Quot artists Quot wages until the debt is paid but made her a present of Twenty dollars out of his own pocket. At the first Blush this action on the part of or. Bright looks Quot human Quot and we Are disposed to give him credit for it. The fact that the Money he gave the widow was not really his but was part of that he had stolen from the state detracts something from the Morit of the transaction but even vicarious Charity is Coninie Dahle and if we hear of any other instance in which or. Bright acts As the state s Almoner we will cheerfully give him the Benefit of . Academy of music. Joe. Jefferson in his great character of rip Van Winkle will appear at the Academy tonight and remain during the week. This announcement without an elaborate Advance notice of the entertainment will be us Volcient to crowd the spacious room and at one o clock a very urge proportion of the desirable seats bad been secured. The Benefit tendered or. Wyndham by the cite is on saturday night while not so Rab Stantial As we could have wished was a very creditable one and entirely satisfactory a the recipient. The company left for St. Iii saturday night where they play a week s a a gag ement after which they will Ria it Cincinnati. Over zealous. Having become convinced doubtless by the action of the Council in reference to the blowing of he motive we sties that almost and tiling calculated to Embarrass the Railroad companies can be forced through that body another scheme has been Liat bed out by one or two zealots. They propose putting an embargo on the running of All trains within the City limits on sunday and Are circulating a Petit Ion praying the passage of such an Oral aarae if a sufi Lieut number of names have Boen of r trained to make a respectable show the documents will probably be Aub matted Tobat a gust body to night. The orphans Booth. We desire to remind the Public thai the managers of the orphan Asylum who so generously Aew atm their time and services to the Benefit of the Orphy 4 a Indianapolis fair will Nmx-tinimthe�it�ipris<b4 ifif�9tatepah>. Itu to m hoped that the state fair boar wll Estand to ii atm Una a a we priv hosts Mej enjoyed it the recent fair. Cd Iii is so elms qty Wiiks and we Are in rms to Bie Able to Sny our court Calendar 2,349. 25. 2,411. of real estate. Evidence heard and Case taken under a. Greeh is. John w. Blake Appeal Anim Secrist j. P. Defendant defaulted of Call for trial and Case dismissed. Slip Lillior court. The Superior court met in general term this morning. Judge Newcomb presiding. Cornelius King is. Elizabeth j. Overman it. Al. Damages. On trial rooms nos. 2 and 3 met and adjourned until 2 p. M. This afternoon. The regular docket will be called to Morrow morning in All the rooms. Common pleas Colht. Hon. Uvino Stom Howland judo. Louis Renardet Al. Is. Cincinnati and Indianapolis Junction Railroad suit on account. Finding for plaintiffs for John c. New administrator of Gus. Sethur Man is. Abram Birdet Al. Judgment against Deff Jdant for $355 15. We. Hannaman it Al. Is. Valentine b. Cress suit on rent account. Judgment against de pendants for costs. Adolphe Rosenthal it Al. Is. Andrew Rosen Santl Ileal. Suit for foreclosure. On trial by it try Beal estate transfers. Conveyances of real estate in Marion county As recorded during the Twenty tour hours ending at noon october 2, 1871. Reported by Martin amp Brown abstract of title office. No 10>i East Washington Street mrs. Catharine Bobbs to Maurice Ambrose lot 4 in c. C. Bobbs 450 Martin Turanin to Ellen e. Barker lot in Fletcher and others subdivision of outlets �4, Etc. 1,100 Dennis Griffin to Daniel and Michael Griffin lot 3 in Mear s subdivision of outlet 1 Christian Folkening and wife to Charles . Lot 6 and South half of lot 5, in Hilee Meier amp Mugg s subdivision of part of outlet 1082,800 Ben. P. Tuttle and Samuel c. Hann and wives to Fri it drice Ostermeyer. Lot 3 in tattle amp Uanna b Mapleton addition. 1,700 f. M. Churchman and wife to j. B. Ritzinger by 135feet, in Southeast Comer Square 39. 7.000 j. B. Ritzinger and wife to f. M. Churchman 68x by 135 feet in Southeast Comer Sminare. 7,000 William Hannaman and wife to Bernard Madaii f kit to 13, in Lannaman s addition. Lifis trusts i of Roberis Park m. E. Church to Tolub. Peterson lot 4. V1, Fletcher it Al., Suba Ision of outlet it so Etc. 1,200 John w Coons and wife to Alice Knipper univ lot in sub diver it Iono part of Square .335,000 Thomas h. S. Peck and wife to Marv a. Chumley 30 feet off of the South Side of lot 13. In Greer amp Walter s subdivision of outlet 107 .545 William Franklin and wife and Reuben Law Horn and wife to Augustus j. Newkirk l Art of lot 5 in Square 60. 8,. 00 a a total transfers 13 considerations.$. >.058forest fires in Wisconsin. An entire county in flair est heavy loss of property. The Griffith Case. Owing to the non arrival of judge Huff one of the defendant s counsel the Case of Griffith was postponed until this afternoon. There Are still six indict ints against him in addition to tiie one on which he entered a plea of guilty. afternoon a motion to quash the indictment was being argued by or. Mat tier of the firm of Perkins Mattler amp Perkins. Tie defendant was accompanied into the court room by his wife and both appeared As Well they might to take a deep interest in the pro feedings. At the hour of Gohrig to press the argument was still in Progress. Marion cd Deal court. Bom. A Tom k. Xu40tt. Jav our. State is. Christ. H. Stein soiling liquor on sunday. Evidence heard and Case taken under advisement. State is. Fred. Decice or. Suit on Fale pretences. Motion to quash overruled. State is. J. Bruner Selling liquor on sunday plead guilty and fined $10 and costs state is. David Oehler five indictments for Selling liquor to minors. Defendant having died the cases were stricken from the docket. State to. John Schneider assault and Battery with intent to commit murder in Tbs Aeo Ond degree. Ndue prompt entered. The following cases will be called in this court on the Days affixed 2,544. Diaries Steibing monday october 9. Frank Telle to misday october j2. James Weaver monday october 16. William h. Perkins tuesday octo George w. Smith wednesday onto Vulentine Jacobs thursday octo 2,4.38. 2,4�. 2,461. Her 17. 2,421. Her 18. 2,492. Her 19. ,488, 3,528, in Flandus tbun4ay, Qto her in. I a 2,49�, Simon Mccarty thursday october 2,500, 2,502. Loren Kloet be thurs a october 19. Quot t ,506, a Sot 3,��. 3,509, 8.68s. Leiphart Reinmann Friday october 20. 2,532. Frederick Seidon sticker Friday oc-tober30. Quot Lesh and Tousey monday october Louis Morrell wednesday october Harry if Ccarthy monday novem civil circuit court. Few f9sf a a Tab in Otoin Iohp. John Carlisle a. It Folin to must it Al for Possession of real a state. Tiki a under and via it by the court. Kluen is. Bids my Nelliy Ai iwae Dan amp a 4 Toimi in f9lrtf t9. Llumi w Uon for Poa Iliff brother in for All the latest and Nob Biest styles a i be to std a is. Our Broadway silk takes the Lead. We manufacture to repair and remodel silk hats 66 hatters of the period Quot sep3m opposite Palmer Horisk. From the Milwaukee Sentinel of saturday. We have already Given several accounts of an extensive fire in the Woods of Kewaunee county furnished us by passengers on the North Shore line of steamers which we now find fully confirmed in the following article the Kewaunee Tutei prise. Though not full in detail As to the cause and Progress of the terrible conflagration it will nevertheless interest the Reader. Quot a terrible calamity has befallen our county which has impoverished Many of its people and the effects of which will be Felt in a greater or less degree by All. We mentioned last week that fires were burning in different localities but they had been kept under control and but Little damage had been done up to last thursday night. Before Friday morning a Strong Gale sprang up from the Southeast and continued with unabated violence until Friday night. Everything inflammable was dry As tinder and the fires Hurst All Bounds and spread with unexampled rapidity. Saturday morning the wind shifted and during saturday and sunday blew fresh from Dit Crent Points of tie Compass principally Northwest West and Southwest making matters worse if possible than on Friday. The Long continued drouth had dried up most of the creeks Wells and Springs. The in Nond was utterly devoid of moisture to a depth of about two feet and the devouring Clement ran through Timber and Clearing Aliko burning up the turf stubble potatoes turnips Etc., roots and All and converting the entire top soil into ashes and cinders. Not a town in the county has come out unscathed but Ahnagee and Pierce have probably suffered the most severely. We went to Pierce sunday afternoon and remained until monday but have not the ability to adequately describe the distressing scenes that we witnessed. Homeless families were gathered on the piers at Grimm s and at Alaska with such of their goods As they had been Able to save. Some had lost Ever Lhing houses hams fences crops provisions fun Uturo excepting Only the clothing they Woi e. In other instances the furniture had been removed from the House to the Clearing and tie younger children left with it while the older members of the family almost exhausted with forty eight hours of continuous labor and nearly blinded with the Smoko and heat were still nobly battling to save their Homes from destruction. In the Eastern part of the town of Pierce there Are no Fen Les Worth 8i a King of. The fact that so Many buildings went saved schema almost Mac countable talking All these things into consideration we do not Well see How the loss and damage in this county can fall below e200,000. Probably the hardest effectual fight against the fire was made at Hitchcock Mashek amp Kwapil s place in Pierce. Their pier store goods and Stock of Tutts posts and Wood valued in All at j�7,� to were Only saved by the almost superhuman exertions of lat a gangs of men which were kept continually at work. The scow Alaska was compelled to leave tie pier when Only partly loaded on account of the fire and the pier was on fire three or four different times. The store and pier of or Grimm were also saved by hard work and hard work alone sunday the last of the terrible three Days was one of intense anxiety and apprehension. The smoke penetrated every Nook and Comer and floated out Over the Lake like a dense. Impenetrable Foi. Fears were Felt that tie fire would reach the Village notel Tbs Ian Dong which several Wagon Lods of men went to Pierre to rendar assistance there. A strict watch was kept in the Village the engine was got out and even precaution was taken to meet the threatened danger which was averted. Some accidents u e have occurred. Since Sunda a night there has been but Little wind the air has been Cool and Damp and the pro gigs of the Are has been stayed for the time being. It has not been ext Nguie i however. And is liable to spread Ngan any time with the Aid of k Fay re we wind we sincerely hop a a a Job spared from its Hurt incr rat Vayos. From All accounts door county has also passed through an ordeal of fire. Or. W. H. Horn of Cuy Banks who passed through Here on monday on his Way to Manito Sqq. Veils us that he has been cleaned Oyt <4 a very thing except his pier his loss As follows store and of lids we a two bams and Grain $400 a Qon and Stock. I8im Blacksmith and Waffa Fusto six a Weeing him the occupy i a to Ftp of Hsk were in pm his behold goods Worth abq0 a Mia Ifo insurance on afm Hong. Or. Sofii intends to rebuild at on a and continue his Busl nem two Busai Iuit we burned at Birdeau a pier tub Spring fled mass Jenu Blean says that the horticultural school at Newton has been Success til during the past summer. Eight Young women studying there have spent from six to eight hours daily in the Garden or Grma House Dofa gig a the work except Tbs has lest and Eoa seat and Hays sanj4led0i� family of a n�ot4� us to go taws. Each has Given thirty or Lorty minutes Dally to recitations in botany a. One of them is about to Start a a Henhouse and Gard at Jamaica ply Ion a�4 another a so a other porn of for Lolito ipe a to ssh a Van Worsester Quille says Tbs to Bauer s platform is thus summed up no carpets to Cost i will a per at Costi Oil cloths Costi window shades at Cost Albert , 101 East Washington Street Opp. The Couitt House. Wholesale and retail hts Mast hair corsets and hoop ski its cheaper Ever to Medina s Temple of fashion it oct2 6t 34r West Washington Street Hopkins. 6t the steam pretzel bakery is now baking a Superior article of Home made bread Philadelphia twist bread milk bread Graham and Rye bread. Tea Rolls \ Blois cakes Etc. We Are the sole manufacturers in the West of the celebrated steam pretzels. Fancy cakes of All kinds baked to order. 125 West third Street bet. Mississippi and Tennessee. Newton amp Miller. Oct 6t Rev. C. Skinner will preach in the Michigan Street m. E. Church next sunday a Knuth fetid big inter. To avoid a possible Misa rec Nylon it May be proper to state that the c. Skinner Here alluded to is not the cat Skinner but a very different sort of haute of Bette. Reuben mock of Springfield ky., commenced work on a gun .54 Yeara ago by forging the barrel has worked on it at Leisure Ever since and Haa finished the weapon already putting on the finishing touches last Mouth. Now he wants to shoot for the matters. New stove Stork having made arrangements for a Fine line of stoves both heating and cooking in addition to the above a general Stock of House furnishing goods mantles and grates at 16 South Meridian Street where i shall be Happy to meet my old friends. A Joseph Kline late Frankel amp Kline. Oct2- 2tmonawed a a a fresh . Pearson amp Dickson received a Large invoice of oysters from Baltimore this morning and they Are prepared to furnish retail dealers and families with better bivalves at less rates than any other establishment in the City. Every Oyster warranted or the Money refunded. Business notices. Just received and for Salenow 80 dozen steel scoop shovels to Quot Iron Quot Quot 50 Quot Ball s Mithawala axes. 90 Quot Kenkim Lippincott s axes. 100. Simmonds a co i. Quot imm Kega Burden i Bonie Thea. 8 tons Northwestern How Moa. Globe Palaaia 1 Tan that total Quot Quot 1 a u. B. Quot Quot 1 Quot great Westen Quot Quot t Quot bar Lead. 60 boxes toe talks 500 Mccoy s window Glass. 6 barrels Patty. And at his unproved crosscut saws. 900 Ohlen a Quot Clipper Quot saws. 900 Boynton s Quot Light Biog Quot saws. 10 cases Sanders of s tool steel 000 dozen Batcher t ties. Hardware and general merchants will and it profit Able to boy of us. B. Ovsa h co., so pm in Mae 83 and 84 South Meridian St. Tucker amp Smith opening Muslin underwear a. Fill and Handsom a took prices lower Tolian in what. Mia aaa Hoai Arv. Canton i Iannal Linda pique. A Noliah Canton flannel a. Goleta. Boop Skirta Etc. Kid Odowaa. Iwo in is to 60. Knit go it Oda Abr Ijadi a Suad children. Mrowin a 8mitbc. 9 Ixo Tik Pannal Wanis , Dougherty k co.,g r o c e r a no. 123 s. Meridian St., offer for Sale at lowest Western prices,500 bbl. Refined sugars 50 lids. Prime to Elvoice Porto Rico is Lirar 30 Hhd. Irvine to Elvoice deme Rara sugar20 Hhd. New Orleans sugar. 700 bags Rio Lagurn i l Oki govern Anent j a a go fee 2,000 bbl. Ohio River Salt. Also a Large Stock Opsy Rups molasses teas tobacco cigars fish. A and a general variety of All ouch go oils As Are Nunally kept by Uro Cem. Sense 12t 4thp Arand opening of new goods right from the lb0m,at Merritt amp Tough Len s Woolen factory every Day. All goods retailed at wholesale prices. Go there Early in the morning for Best bargains. Septs 4w 4thp to Oikin goods chs i rides Cut i it Wix Quot Wooler a Oor its retailing at i Anni Actu ror a we Hole it ale i does we have on Haid one of the finest Tooks of Woolin goods Evar offered in Liis pity Oona iat ing of manners Liat will not Ali rink in Reat varieties so different patterns of brisk Sootuli plaid waterproofs jeans. Tweeda cassimere Coverlet Slankas and Stookins Yama. A.11 we ask is to Home and see our goods and linear our noes it will boat you nothing and May have you Many dollars. C. K. A by Asl Medors s a co., Hoosier Wool bin factory Indiana Polia. Septl�4w, 1 Rai Oad of mating Well and promptly Doe at the Jooma. Staul Shmat. How of material \ Pirc mail printed in any style or Tohir at prices a at Toti As the hum a amt of a a a at the. 9 or coir at Pncia Lity of work can be had jovenal office

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