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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - June 9, 1870, Williamsport, Indiana , Liivik. Thru Day Juine it. 1870. a of Tate i locket. For Kcjr cuttry of state Max. F. A. Hoffman. For Aiu for of Staie John Evans. For treasurer of h. Milroy. Tor Siiple of Public c. Hobbs. For Kussler. For ill Gas of tie supreme co irf.1st l. Osborne of Lavoile a Jehu t. Elliott of Ilenin a Charles a. Kay of far iii Robt. C. Gregory of Tippecanoe county. A a a eth Ronit Linn county representative William p. Rhodes. For clerk Fry Bryant. For treasurer Cyrus sheriff Asa j. Fisher. For count commissioner 1st Bisti Samuel Frame id t Brier cd dist a Zimri Atkinson. For count Surveyor tii03ias j. Webb. A Ltd i it in tic Aii Orisey 23j Chi. I Loas dist. Joriu Jim. Coroner e. A. Sanders. It is to Viliy of note that Only Lour Mem tiers on the congressional ventral committee were present a it Len Trio time of holding the convention was Fixell. It ii also Wori liy of note that Trio i Ionizer Ivo i Joe non Coli Lily has join in the Kun Illus in i to Callej quot fusion movement quot and of ours would do Aii thing o injure file Ilc Public can parly. No Call was Public l Fui thu meeting of the Conin Pittee but Only sue a to could to controlled a Sci Tinoi Ore invited to to . The commit tec nmn from this county was not invited to the meeting nor does he approve of the iroc ceding a. Allow is that for Leigh a Lebanon i Atribat. It �3 also worthy of note thai the con iii Ittleman from a quot Arron was not present at the time the congressional commit i e jct and set the Day for holding tie con Orcesi Ouirl convention at the City of l i i Ayette on the ittle of August next. Agn n it is remarkable that Warren s Congimi Foj Nian did not find fault with the action t i Ken by the committee fat that time but. N the contrary in tie arrangement. Xiv it to to Hopcia thai when the coi Jii Mitoe meets to Morrow for the purpose a of considering on the matter of holding the it convention at an quot earlier Day that such a time will be appointed As a ill please at least a few of the dissatisfied and Disep pointed Juill Drivers in the District. Tiie Pron Zinent Ditl Mculty in the i a Public i iii party at he present Day in Tomt i to Many want to Lead Loo Omny want to by a Lud keep saying when they should work for the Good and Prosperity of the a ump. It is this same spirit of talk which Bret is Tua sension and with dissension in the party defeat to All is just ahead. If the people have taken ,i.\ce to their hearts will they not be Sii Ziuni de fur him at the convention Wilether the Ron Montion is held late or Eaily ? and will House Oft Mitheis add str ii ili to the parly people Giro firm and United before Ivill they not continue so after the c in mention ? the principles of Warren heretofore teach her Eliut Success is the fruit of her works and it a Ovid to Well for Otier counties of the District to make wan in their Model. Go to work and Stop your Darney. Ago Luid wag on every Tongue. It is True that there were whispers of wild living and of indifferent morals that bom Elbat tinged the fair repute and even darkened the future prospects of this scion of a. Noble . Still it was hoped that these but the Resi it of youth and Ould by Vimit do when circumstances called upon the tured Man to assert quot Bim Seif an4. Lomako his Talent Felt in the Woitt Unity. It was at this turning his life that Theodore Clay began top one with an us earned perseverance that caused his friends great uneasiness a Young lady of , who he had Long loved Hopo in sly. The object of his attachment who is at present one of the brightest ornaments of Kentucky society repulsed firmly but kindly every attention offered by the infatuated Young Man after his meaning had become Manifest. It was of no use he would not be refused and followed his fair Fate in the streets by Day and wandered in the neighbourhood of her Home by night in an annoying manner until at last it became evident that he was not All there quot to use the soft phrase by which a kindly peasantry express insanity. Subsequent violent demonstrations tended to confirm the impression it being even related that to went to the House of air. And demand cd iii daughter at the pistol s Point until Nola it the wretched truth could no longer be ignored and confinement in the Asylum became a Stern necessity. This was a Cordin Ray done in 183 we believe his father providing for his support at that time and leaving #10,<xwj in his will the income from which was Geo Rcd to Theodore for life. That life after thirty eight years of imprisonment in what in the earlier Days of his confinement he was wont to Call quot a Good boarding House but having some of the biggest fools to Ever saw for boarders quot has just closed. For the ugly to dirty years he was one of the most noted of tie inmates not Only his proud descent but his Graceful manners and flow of conver Salish rendering him an object of Intyre st to All visitors he Laboured under the hallucination that he was George Washington and fond of assuming the tra Dii a ial attitudes of the father of his country. At occasional balls Given to the inmates averaging some 000 in number he was always a Xiii Sicly Dre?3cd in the style of his Day Anu was Trio Beau Par Excel Lance. During All these Long years despite his general gentleness and cheerfulness of manner he was restless and discontent Oil and required close watching it never in fact having been considered prudent to allow him to go out into the grounds without attendants. About the year 1800, his condition began to grow worse and he soon afterwards became do rented continuing in hopeless idiocy until a few Days since when death greater healer than time placed him again upon a Equality wit i the Peers of his Early manhood who had Guo Lieford him to the god that created him and did with him a Oord ing to Ilis inscrutable will. And so ends so sad a Story As the truth of history Ever commanded to be written. Two son of Henry quot Lay yet survive him t. H. Clay sex minister to Honduras now residing on his place quot Mansfield quot near la Sington and Lohn m Clay the Raiser of quot Kentucky quot Aud one of the greatest turkmen living. Gr�5�y poll in of inf sat a Hwn Llma. We Preffer of to on to Orlien. In the debate on the diplomatic appropriation Bill on thursday the 20th Ultimo or. To ounces took occasion to make some flings it the Republican parly of inf Fiana to m hich or. Ortii replied As follows or. Orth. . C airman the debate upon in Csc nmn dents has taken rather a wide Aud extraordinary Range but i think every impartial observer Ujjin this floor will concur with to v. Hen i say that the aspect Given to it came from the other Side of the House. Now sir 1 am opposed to to establish King this Mission at Home irrespective of any i Justion of religion because first in truth Aud in fact Home is no quot a Ower in the sense As applied to nations secondly because we have no political relations whatever with Home and hence there is no necessity whatever of spending six or seven thousand dollars upon such proposed Mission. I May also add there Are governments in Europe More important in Point of population and More important in Point of Coni Nurce than Rome to which to never have sent and do not font Enid Lite sending diplomatic representatives these wore the reasons _ and the Only reasons Itiat were urged against the proposition on this Side of the House to howl ont that their represent attic in Congress or Voorhees has said so and so and if cof Jsse it Mist a a Trae. Their will by Sio Reading his speech As it Tull de in the Globo. They to the al Evab titans of i Dii Nnami fal Digil tto Idiz incl tip a false fit the a or Zijah and Eek i 3bji�od to Hwi stood by Liem to urdu Fout the try amp a cotab8t inhoii8t ten rears now my quot to a put Ripnen or you irishmen tvs have docs a not ugh 110% to do without my Coll a gue doubtless fancied that by this unjust attack he and his friends might induce a few voters to desert their present party affiliation but let me assure him he is counting without his Host. I have Felt that it was due to the republicans of Indiana of foreign birth that this much should he said by me. I i ave Given my colleague or. Voorhees an Opportunity to state his authority for tho assertion he has made Here. Ilo has referred me to the newspaper press. I Grant you that the democratic press May have made such statements but i repeat that no Man belonging to the Republican party in or out of it Here or elsewhere no newspaper of any kind advocating the principles of the Republican party has Ever made any such statement and thus i dispose of the assertion made by my colleague or. Boob hers who has taken upon himself thus to stigmatize the party that has had the control of the government of his native state in their hands for the last ten years and which has in All respects been faithful to the Best interests of our common constituency. Hydrophobia. The note of alarm has rung out already in the Neziri boyhood and our Good people who must have Tower for a family inmate May As Well keep an Eye to the look of his Mouth and the style of his gait in these Days of sudden heats and chills. Of late years whether through pampering and Lazy indulgence or owing to some organic change indicating that time has come to pass away the canine race been peculiarly aft listed with rabies and this frightful disease is not by any moans of one variety alone but of Many. Among the most insidious and treacherous of forms is tho Muto madness which is specially a naked by the half open Mouth copious Drol quot a constant shuddering and the singular silence or cuteness of the animal. The Muscles of the neck and head Are rigid the swallowing i Occas is impeded and the voice alien heard is changed As in the Ordinary form. The a Rismal does not Manifest any fierce disposition ii to bite but will do so with horrible Eftee when disturbed. Death intervenes in from two to Days. We mention this unusual form of the mania because within a it has attracted great attention by frequency in France Germany and England. Although a silent dog is better than a Barking Ono a dog is an uncanny neighbor be he mute or noisy. I is of u. S. Palt enl Ltd issued to citizens of Indiana for tho week ending May 31, 1870, Aud each bearing that Date. Reported weekly for the quot Wank a re-riehc.\s. From the office of David a Burr solicitor of patents and attorney in Patent cases City C. No. 103,548�?spring bed Bottom Orris Lake Peru. 103,5 15�?stind and clothes drier a Michael e. Charles Hope. 103,093�?ditching machine Robt. G. Forsyth. Clayton. 103,012�?churn Nathan s. Hoien la Fayette. 103,029�?fastening for Gates John lint ner Indianapolis. 103,0 15�?steam plow Mira Cann. Lynn new Albany. 103.001�?composition for preventing encrustation in steam boilers Jos. G. Rogers Madison. 103.002�?preventing encrustation in steam boilers same party. 103,091�?horse Hay Rake David ii. Weaver South Bend. 103.708�?sawing machine Geo. W. Boll Columbus. 103,73 2�?blower James n. Gilchrist Connersville Assignor to himself and John the other Side of the House for purpose l. A Vichrist. 103,8t it la combined ditching and tile laying machine Oliver Voorhis Smith h. Mapes and Wra. Voorhis Lawrence. On , my 21st, 1870, a Conven Tina was held at Covington by the republicans of Fountain county for the pure Ose of soliciting delegates to the i on i essi nal ibid judicial convention. Capt. Rico of Attica was selected As chairman an la r. Loegler Secretary. The Delegate vote was seed at Ono vote for every 100 or of action exceeding a taking the vote As a basis. By this that county has 26 Voles. It was resolved that the elevates be instructed to vote solid at tic i on convention for Lew Walloe and that the congressional committee had fixed tie time for holding the Congressi nal convention too late and recommended. Une 1s70, As a better time. On m tion it la i>i>r.son3 attending the Cozeres tonal and judicial convert ions Are to sit a advisory delegates a tiniest Bosoi Sanaa of Attica offered a to the i fast that the Belegai is to it he judicial convention be instructed to their vote for m. Milford of Fountain county for judge which was carried. Finally it was resolved that the Fountain Central committee correspond with the county committees of the District and that by an agreement of a majority the judicial convention be held at Attica the 2d of july. The delegates were instructed for k. B. F. Pierce for prosecuting attorney. S>�s3� i son of year of Llo cletis Luhanik a and final it Atli in an any Lump a it lady Saau i i Romish . Frown to the Cincinnati Enguix scr 17. It Fult Feide of Fayette county where the Prophet is held in High but not in blameless repute being quot in his own country quot the Nwe a of Clay has Ever been a sacred Winein Kentucky and to name him has t can to quote lovingly quot wherever free am found a votary that votary met in him to Champion. When Greece the classic Jimil of Jec it in the Fountain of refinement Rob Birthplace of eloquence and of Liberty iad of poetry when Oriece awoke from the Long slumber of Ages and beat Buck the faded Crescent of native East when Macedon recalled to mind the of cat of her conquering boy and tho spartan struck in for Isif Lahd that bred him then Fie voice a of Clay rolled Over the Waters of Trio Blue Atlantic As a greeting from the Noii world to the old. But hushed is that voice whose every tone was music quot and so on till the reclaimer wearied. Such being Jhc is Terni in which the Sage of Ashland wag held in the hearts of Bis Canji Tryner the people of his co Monte Jtb Htu a Heel ii Iov to speak <0 is Rangere of the Fri Elton in his household though in the by Mes of the slate the my Story has been Hoase hold to Rolv fest a cd Ajr ibo bag our Epe the a grains a to the aimed the cd of Awa tiry Jiffy in Stet ii it Fleat Tiodore eldest a of of Hearit idl 4iod a a Tom Loulli glob Luvatie a be toi Mew Long con Nemeo t. Tbs info the is Well to themselves for purposes that Willbo known and appreciated by the country have sought to give this a political aspect with reference to a Large i and religious sect in the coun liy Aud i in i am Well sati Slid that religious sect vill not thank them for Tylius needlessly dragging their Church into this discus a on. Tioy will regard it and the country will regard it As a weak and puny to fort to gain ici Risian Pov. Or and Friendship among the a members of that the reasons i have stated induced Congress five years ago to discontinue e this Mission and i know of not Liing which should cause a reversal of that Home Lias never had any Intercourse of this character with us As a nation never in All her Pas history. We have n Consul residing there Jtb cd with Sut Lucient authority to att ii l to the various wants of the few americans v. To visit the quot ancient City quot for purposes of business or pleasure. Int or. Chairman i should not have taken Pari in Titis debate but for a remark Liat fell from the lips of my colleague. Or. Voorhees i would a derelict to tie be publicans of my District and of the state at Large if i did not seize the earliest Opportunity to say that that remark was vav without foundation and unworthy of i to uttered upon the floor of this House. The language to which 1 refer furnished to me by the reporters is this quot in my own state it is said let the Irish go let the dutch go we have got the negroes in their quot it is said quot who said it any Republican from Indiana in Congress or Cut of Congress ? if my colleague is within the sound of my voice 1 will yield to him to Iafe no this House As to what the authority is upon which he makes that charge. Or. Voo Rillies. The gentleman knows the authority As Nell As i do. Or Orth. No i do not i yield to a car join the authority. Or. Voorhees. It is the current columns of tho newspapers of both parties in Indiana or. Orth. Or. Chairman i Grant you that it is in the current columns of Ono class of partisan newspaper in my state those representing the political party of Wuich i my colleague belongs but 1 will yield to the gentleman again if to will time a single Republican a Fier among the one Hundred published in my state Ever uttered or endorsed Sueh a senti fit it. I have Given my colleague an Opportunity to furnish to the House the authority for the charge that he has made Hwe. Sir it is base and groundless it. Taken in Donn motion with tho Prece Diug sont Oace what does the gentleman mean by it. When he says quot it is said v he said quot gentlemen on tho other Side flatter themselves that they have the negro vote of this country to enable them to dispense with the votes of the foreigners quot and then he proceeds quot in my own state it is quot amp a. Now sir that gentleman knows As Well As i do that in the ranks of the Republican party arc found some of tort most intelligent germans and some of the most intelligent irishmen in the state. He knows that there Are to he found in any town Anjil in his own men of the highest Ojha Ractor and respectability belonging to the German and Irish nation Ali pics who Are he a Rity workers in the re pub Kean Iyawe and Piave Teea �0, and most a my by inc ally �0, fit amp be tic rtt gun waa fired it Sun inter for Ibe destruction of this got emment. Or. Pooh Hje is. Allow a to ask a a action. Or. Of amp til x cannot yield Virther out of a vat Nio Fec i failure Given my eol la agae err i oppor Tuitt in Fiir Oish his a Litja new a Tate lie Liaa ma4e i., tor from Pine Village. Pine , i d., june 4, 1870. . To Ito a everything Aud everybody Here is dry. Not on y the roads and crops but tie Trade and people arc dry. I have a of Quality to report this time. Let All sympathetic and nervous people prepare for a Shock. As or g. I Smith druggist was trying to catch a balls just after i had warned him not to the tall collided with a Finger bending it Back and bursting the flesh to the Bone. Although lock jaw did not ensue a flow of blood did. Or. Smith is Able to be out. Farmers say that Oats Are quot gone up quot if it Don t rain soon. Corn is very Nice yet and growing finely. Horse races fights or rows to report on. I have just inspected a Bunch of keys found in a Valise captured of a couple of horse thieves on wednesday. The thieves stole two horses of or. Jno. Smith tuesday night. Or. Smith in company with three outliers run onto them when they left and baggage and the keys Nure jeered two dozen or a re and included All kinds needed for House breaking. If they had broken into our House we d have had another item but they did it. More in future. Note. Rouimi Rai Conj. Re Tresis. »�.��101� a visas. Fam a Baton Trimne. The Post office Petersburg will be in a smolt Iilva a first of july. A a it step Delcair Covitt t to Fotieo Given by the be publican ii try committee of Benton tit go to a godly dumber met at the court Muse on it i Day last to select delegates of the conventions to be held Rin the Sammer be proc Ding to business in Haid or. Pm Login called the convention to order and stated the object of the meeting. In motion t. E. Brake was called to the chair and R. Lucas appointed Secretary. Or. Cowgill presented the following Resolution which was adopted without a dissenting voice resolved that we pledge our support to the candidates of the Republican party for the entire state county congressional senatorial representative and judicial offices to be voted for at the election in october next. On motion a committee consisting of j. W. Barnes j. Kirtley and James Swan were appointed the select one Delegate from each township to attend the congressional convention who after consultation reported tho following who were endorsed by the convention Oak Grove t. E. Brake a Bolivar Marcus Blessing Pine or. Lam born Gilboa. R. Sutton Union j. W. Swan Prairie James Swan Grant j. Kirtley Parish Grove h. A. Boswell Richland e. C. Gould York Joseph Perkins. The following delegates were then appointed to attend the senatorial representative and Colhon pleas conventions at Reynolds july 1st a. Cowgill a. Sanders a. 11. Vanover r. Timmons e. C. Gould. The following were anointed of the judicial convention at Kentland june 7th or. Lamborn c. P. Boswell a. Cowgill j. J. Lewis j. Kirtley e. C. Gould s. W. Haigh Henry Timmons John Flemming or. Perry Colliins. Tho following resolutions were passed by the convention 1. Whereas Gen Wallace is the Choice of a Largo majority of the republicans of this county for Congress therefore Reto leed that our delegates be instructed to cast the vote of this county for him first last and All the time and to use All honorable Means to secure his nomination. 2. Resolved. That our delegates to the Reynolds convention be instructed to cast the vote of this county for or. Lamborn for senator and t. Ujj. Merrick for common pleas prosecutor and that tho selection of t c candidate for representative be left to White county. Various efforts were Mado to instruct for circuit judge but it was deemed Best by a majority of the convention to leave the matter in the hands of the delegates. On motion the convention adjourned. Sad on communicated. Orc Roncco let Cath from tic i3iiuc n of lei Orbine. , in june 6, 1870. Thursday of last week the Little daughter of mrs. Wyatt living in Independence died from the effects of an Over dose of morphine. The Little girl s Mother was sick and under the care of or. Smith. The doctor had visited the Mother in the evening and left some morphine diluted in water with directions for use during the this solution was left by the nurse on the stand near the bed of the sick Mother whose condition rendered it necessary for her to take a Small Quantity at Short intervals through the night. The Little girl seeing the fluid on the stand supposed it to to water which she drank. The Accident was Crft discovered for near an hour when it was too late to apply any . Or Smith was called As soon As the misfortune was discovered,.and remained with the child until death rendering every assistance in his Power but medical Aid was of no Avail and death came in about eight hours after the dose was taken and relieved the Little sufferer. The Mother who is an unfortunate invalid has the sympathy of the Community in which she lives. . It is said a Rose of any other name would he less we prefer Indianapolis fair y ear a and i oars. The year 1000 will not be a leap year 18sig and 1894 will be leap years. To explain this we must give a Short account of the change of style in the Calendar effected by Pope Gregory Xiii. He found that the error of eleven minutes in the Julian Calendar had amounted to ten Days. He tic Reform deducted ten Days in october 1862, Ard to prevent a recurrence of the error it was ordered that every year ending a Century Sli uld be considered a lip year 400. Thus look was a leap year but 1700 was not nor Isco nor will 1900 be but 2000 will be a leap year and every four Hundredth year after it. A Elgird and America the Gregorian Calendar was not adopted until 1782 consequently with us 1800 was not a leap year and we Are eleven Days out. These were subtracted and a the time the measure enacting the alteration caused considerable uneasiness and some few riots among the poorer people who could not comprehend the , and raised the cry of quot give us Back our eleven Days quot the greeks and russians still retain the old style so that there is now a difference of twelve Days Between their dates and our because they considered 1700 and 1800 As being leap years. From the Attica Ledger. The financial condition of Attica is now Good and with i eat enable Success in collection of taxes All cae Rost indebtedness of the City will be paid this year. Drs. Jones amp Case have entered into partnership and fitted up a neat office Over heckler s Boot and shoe store. Card elsewhere. Harry Orton aged 15 or 10 years stole a Chaqui last Spring and sold it for fifteen cents. For All of which he was before judge Ristine last week an4 sentenced to 4he House of correction till a al years of age. Sheriff Brown look tho boy up monday 0u>rning. Rai boat it Recti it we Logan Shawnee and Van Buren townships vote again on the Railroad question. There is Good evidence that the i. N. Amp s. Company mean to do something and we Hope to see them encouraged by a Good majority. We Are not aware that any other Opportunity except to Morrow a will be offered our people to get another Road. Quot will they neglect the present advantage and thus continue to delay Bur Prosperity ? we think not and do not believe it necessary to talk Long 0� so Plain a question As this. _ a Recai is rate to Lew Claypool Hrick ret Denae of North Side main Street year Public Suarz a Price la a part Cash. James b. Mcdonald to Battiel cooler 1<�t 70 feet front 198 depth just East of and adjoining n. C. Porter a soar fair ground. Cooley will build this Stumer. Geo w. Jordan Baa a Aid his Emi ape it interest in Trio Saddle and Kamosa shop the Imu iding and As Nebb to Edson Geu the i walk a House 4b Poppet Jao Keon Avreet and in Ord a of Farmr a,.i -. A. Lindia Napoli i air. Or Ripe Isdio Sapolis a Bici , Mech i Apical aun Liob till tubal association Board of to bad r5om, May 20, 1870. Editor Indiana state journal dear Sik intimation has been made by outsiders As Well As by our own citizens that the fair of this association to be Hebl at Camp Morton september 5th next was it county fair. While we Are not ashamed of but Are upon the other hand proud of Marion county s reputation yet to the usual acceptance of that to a we enter a demure claiming a broads a Phi xes it of liberality and usefulness than can be couched in a general term of quot county ours is a joint Stock association a a counterpart of the st. Louis Agri cultus and mechanical association who paid $25,000 in premiums in 1869, and Are recognized As second Tono similar. Association in the the same As the great fair to be held in Clevel tend under the name of the quot Cleveland agricultural and mechanical Assoria tion quot offers i g �00,000 in premiums. And so i might name Many other fairs already announced but from an Indiana standpoint and the general acceptation of the term quot county lairs quot it would be doing them and us Manifest injustice. Miere county fairs As Sacii Aro Well High extinct a broader gauge a More comprehensive View is entertained by these . Hence it is that Public exhibition a of the Cliar Acter of the Ono to be held by our association in this City on the 5th_ of september next is own to the world. If any Friend from abroad has any thing Worth haying Superior to what we now have he is the Man above All others that we Are looking for As a teacher and As an inducement for him and for Mutual Benefit in future we invite him to our ind�an�ip6l.>a fair. In our defeat by him in fair Competition and the w what we propose we May do better in the future hence our association has offered by far Tfaye largest and Best arranged Premium list Ever printed in Indiana amounting to Over fifteen thousand dollars without the Aco ashamed fic Titiana values sometimes put poo one als and Diplomat. Strong Are Seldom made Vitrit Lutent a Ace. The Effort now being made by Ojuita also elation As we understand it is Mtima tely to Seow a a Piaf flip Park it for the state of Indiana situate Vonti Oculto ita cd it it ova a pleasure a rotted belonging to it Eien it Bod a at a Deiy. So or. I Kew. We Deriv to i a vie Iier it it pm a. In go 1 of. The True Cognomen open to the by the i Blic spirit of our City and the Enterprise of our people especially that of our manufacturers Indianapolis must stand or fall. If with one Accord our people do their 6eet on All Public of want we shall or cure tho Good name abroad 5vbich would appear to be ours in consequence of our geographical location and advantages As a Railroad Center. A Premium lists and posters furnished of application made l,5mx.of to. Papers throughout the state Friendly to this Enterprise please copy. W. H. Loomis assistant Secretary. New advertisements. J.j0ne9,. ,. Jones amp Case Plisic fails and. Six Gens office Over hecklers Boot and shoe store a rtric4�ol, i a. Is special attention Given to diseases of the lungs and heart. June 9, 1870. Stix Krouse amp Olio resale clo tiling an cloth House no. G1 Pearl Street be. Walput and Vine. O. At a meeting of m. Gold watches $40 Gewain 18 Carat Gold stiffened backs Hunting cases full jewelled lever , ladies Aud gents sizes at Only each. Oik Kex Rifina re quot Quitai Ity. Best English Swiss and american movements full jewelled levers not surpassed at any Price perfectly regulated and adjusted at each. Chol a unsurpassed for Beaity equal in appearance to $200 Gold watches Hunting cased full jewelled levers ladies and gents sizes at 830 Racli. Kurica Oro Iok 04�l.l> a i i Hunting cased full jewelled levers equal to a Sloo Gold watch Only the double re fined a it Ach. Also cob a bib Vii Iio Ca iii it full jewelled levers at Fine $3so. American levers or duplex $8.� each. A also ciiai2�s, latest and most costly styles at $10 and $13 each. Elegant troide Gold chains ladies and gents from 10 to 40 inches Long at a and a cd cd sent at wholesale prices. No Money required in Advance but sent by express payable on delivery. Places where no express runs. Goods will be sent by mail registered by sending Cash in Advance. An ask Cut mgt din a Iosi five Ivantch Chii gets an cd Fisfis. Watch free of he i ame Valine. Goods May be opened and examined before paid for on payment of charges and if not satisfactory returned. Address. Ink k Wax i co., l-�8 Fulton Street new York. May 19, 1870.-3m Legal. Notice of appoint sent. Notice is hereby Given Tomt the under signed has been appointed by the clerk of the court of common pleas of Warren county state of Indiana administrator of Trio estate of Nicholas Svi Fadley late of Awarren county deceased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. June i it 1870. J. W. to sell real. State of a a Jwarren county. F i Otice is hereby Given that Francis m. Tibbs administrator of the estate of Elizabeth Tebbs. Deora Jed has filed his petition to sell the real estate ii decedent her personal being insufficient to Pray Lier debts and that said petition will be Hearil at the next term of the court of common pleas of said county. Attest William c. Smith clerk c. C. P. Fur Bra at i it Deputy. June 9, 1870.-pr foe $6. Al a Kim Wack oar of trustees of the town of Wilu Amport in May 21, 1870, the following ordinance Icaza adopted so chios 1. Be it to trained by the trustees oif ithe Iown Hupf Williaim Ort ind., that to Perton shall Sel barter or Gire away any intoxicating liquors by a less Quanty Thani a quart at a time within the corporate limits of said town of Williamsport with out Firat procuring from the clerk of said Moira 4 License. That before such it Cen shall be issued by the clerk the applicant for such License shall pay to the treasurer of said town for the use of said town Twenty five dollars. The License so issued by the clerk shall designate upon what lot or part of lot or place where such liquors Are to be sold and the License so issued shall authorize the party to whom they Are issued to sell intoxicating liquors at the place designated in said License for the term of one year from the Date of said License provided that no License so issued shall authorize the party to whom they were issued to sell barter or give away intoxicating liquors after Nipe j o clock in the evening or before four 4 o clock in the morning or on sunday. Sec. 2, and be it further ordained that any person or persons who shall violate the provisions of the is Section of this ordinance for each and every violation shall forfeit and pay to the said town of Williamsport the sum of Twenty five dollars to be recovered in an action in the name of said town brought before any Justice of the peace of or in said town and upon conviction shall be committed to the town prison until said forfeiture is paid or re levied. Sec. 3. And be it further ordained that no person or persons either with or without License shall sell barter or Giveaway any intoxicating liquors within the corporate limits of the town of William sport after nine 9 o clock in the evening and closed until four 4 o clock in the morning a or on sunday. And any admission of any person after or before the time into the room or place where said liquors Are sold shall be deemed a violation of this ordinance. Sec. 4. And be it further ordained that any person or persons who shall violate any of the provisions of the above ordinance or 3d Section of this ordinance for each and every violation thereof shall forfeit and pay to the town of Williamsport the sum of six dollars to be recovered in an action brought in the name of said town before any Justice of the peace in said town of , and upon conviction shall be committed to the until said forfeiture paid or rep used. Sec. 5. The words quot intoxicating liquor quot As used in this ordinance shall be deemed to include and mean spirifuou.9, malt liquors or any other intoxicating liquors whatever which Are used or May be used As a beverage. So. 6. Be it further , thai the above and foregoing sections of ordinance shall not be extended to druggists who sell liquors for medic ii purposes Only. Sec. 7. Be it farther ordained that Ali is ordinance shall take effect and to in Force on and after the 10th Day of june 1870. Richard Nodurft president. George Bayle. Clerk. Ciao ceif. Is3"o. 3 j a Arren Block. I would respectfully inform my customers and the Public generally that 1 have removed to Niy new store room. No. Warren Block where will be kept on hand at All times a full and Complete Stock of groceries 3legal. Y is part tass. Jwon a of Indiana Warren count the court of common plea of War run county october term a. D. Pistol Lucinda is. John a. Mcalister Sarah Small Elam Small Harvey h. , Charles t Joseph . Cyrus f. , Harvey m. , Charles m. Mcalister Rosetta f. , and James . Be it known that on t la 5th Day of May in the year 1870, the above named plaintiffs by her attorney filed in the office of the clerk of the court of common pleas a complaint against said defendant in tho above entitled cause together with affidavit of a competent person that said defendants Sarah Small Flam Small Cyrus f. Mcalister and Rose tiv f. Mcalister Are not residents of the state of Indian. Said defendants Are therefore hereby notified of the filing and Pendency of said complaint against them and that unless they appear and answer or demur thereto at the calling of said cause on the second Day of the nest term of Sniad court to be begun and held at the court House in Williamsport Indiana on the 3d monday in october next said complaint and the matters and things therein contained and alleged will be heard and deter aimed in their absence. Witness my the v goal of said court at Williamsport this 7th Day of june 1870. William c. Smith clerk. Liiv a beast Deputy. Gregory amp Harper atty s for puff. June 9, 1870.-pr fee �14,38. It cok re ident ivo�3c. State of Indiana is Warren county. J the court of common pleas of Warren county october term a. D. 1870. David l. Starry is. A attachment. William w. Kiser. Be it known that on the Lith Day of october in the year 1870, the above named plaintiffs by his attorney filed in the office of the clerk of the court of common Picas a complaint against said defendant in the above entitled cause together with an affidavit of a competent person that said. Defendant William w. Ciser is not resident of the state of ind Iana. The court therefore order that the clerk of this court Issue a notice to the defendant of Pendency of complaint. Said defendant is therefore hereby notified of the filing and Pendency of said com plaint against him and that unless he appear and answer or demur thereto at the calling of said cat so. On the second Day of the net term of said court to be begun Nind Helt at the court House in Williamsport India Cav on the 8d monday in octo bar next said complaint and a matters and things therein contained and alleged will be Beard and detl0� His a Noo a if Tomb it a Ond the said iii Niport this 7th a of Ali ram 0. Smith Cherli. Fay Bat amt Deputy. Win. P. Bodes a or for puff. Just % 1870.-�� at Eil to Oil m o r e in a i 33l to menu justic 27 Xvi get by Csc o. ? to Yousf inter Taipei Saie scrip Etc Lor Ilio sheriff s Sale. "3y Vii tue of a certified copy of a dec co Jato my directed from the clerk of the Warren common pleas court in a Case quot wherein William c. Mills is plaintiff Aud William Miller and the unknown heirs of Matilda Miller deceased is defendants re Quiring Ine to make the of two thousand one Hundred Andes Guty Ihrke dollars and seventy is conts with on said decree and Cost i will expose at Public Sale to the highest bidder on Salui iii the in today of june., isto Between the hours of 10 o clock a. M., and 4 o clock p. M., of Aid Day at Trio door of the court Loiis a of is Avren county. Indians the rents and protits fora Temi not exceeding seven years of the following real estate to wit All that parcel or piece of the East half of the South West Quarter of Section inc 1 i township Twenty two North of Range eight West that Lien wc.=t of the Road. Being sixty two Lye acres More or les intend to convey sixty to tfx 6i off of tha West end of said eighty 80 acres be the same More of less. Said lands lying and being in Warren county Indinia if such rents and profits will not sell for a sufficient sum to satisfy said decree interest and , i will at tiie same time and place expose to Public the fee simple of said real estate or so much thereof is May be sufficient to discharge said a decree interest arid costs. Said Sale will be made with out and Relief whatever from valuation or appraisement Laws. Asa .7. Fisher she ii w. Co. Ii. i Deputy. Or Cory amp Harper att is for Piti quot. June 2, 3.h7 i. Foe if.i.j.7. A strayed. I from my premises. Frid in night the �?�2rth of May <s70,. Two Colts one Black and Gray mixed Vith a dim spot in the forehead and Light Gray Tail two years old. The other is z Cav line and is Nearl Iliade and Ono of tio Hind feet a Hite. A i reason hic Reward will be Given for and Infi&Gti-, tri Idini to to Weir re Rover. a. H. I oin sox Attica ind. Quot eve cry body a a lion a tax i Ltd Luck i co ii Ity a a a a a e <oc7�ax- a Stile. Oak e is la r a y a Iveli that by Virino of an orig or of Ilio Warron county Coin it on pleas ont. Lise quot exc cd tor of tie a Tate of i corp of c Rinesmith in Ceasil will or or fur a a cat anti in at t no court ii ouzo door in the to an of williaiii.s-1 port Oli Sain a in Ile 2 a la Jay of jane., 1-70, f Ibi Lami quot the Koulch i West liar tar of the Norilia West Quarter of a a Recti of two nov nine 2iiin township Twenty Twy r22i, North of Rango seven 7, j West. 1 Ono to Laird Cash one third in in month and the residue in twelve Mobil i -,>-���1 notes at interest ii of apr iii Frient of Iid secure Ltd by end to Echo d us Romios. A Sale to begin at in o clock p. In. Gideon Bull he. ay2n, 1870.-pf a i i executor. Is Eisle sri a i be it no a Graily improve-<1� an Ltd co nth ii i More Reiste Jii 5 Metter Koetser , Aud ��m3 Lvi est markets. N la Lili fail lit is or Jug Alo it g rouf of All kinds. Stock of of the very yet Cost selection and will be a old in sets �3 quot a the piece. It to most i t to h a also on hand the Best selected Stock of furniture Ever Brou sit of this Market consisting of every fling usually kept in a furniture establish Ieni. Alist which will be sold at the very lowest i rices for Casil or. Wolfe a Workman of rare experience will be on hand at All times to manufacture furniture of every description to order on Short notice. Coffins made on Call. Ilea rss kept on hand for funeral purposes. Phil. Gemmer. A april 28, 1870. In quot a. 65 Boston bakery new grocery to the citizens of Williamsport and the county generally i would say that i have myself in the grocery business at to. 0, Boston Block and keep on hand at All times h in is i he paper of tie people ? we a ill give Vor to la a it is a paper Ever Rubl sired Saurey can Rig ii s t prices fool is race incl in it Oli in. 1 Independent on ail Sib Jet ail in ii fral in no Tiu no. 1v1- iia i the i Sauget s Toca a a pies makes bread candies a acc. Also a full assortment of a Beix is we re and files Ware. I keep constantly on hand , Coffee sugar Bice spices amp a and Exchange such for country produce. I sell Low for the Money. Call and see to. C. Linch. Apr 28, 1870. W. H. Web has just received a Fine a Otto h lii left will to sold at the it West Keasli Price. All i it a a or work Don a to Ord Terv it acl Coates tie interest of Warren county. Of Wool goods it is one or tic Best of aiders. Terms a a a year in Advance. To excl Iange having lately purchased tho Wiehen rear tic in and enlarged it from a seven to an eight column paper and desirous of increasing the present of the paper in the county of Warr in and elsewhere we make the following propositions any one sending us the names and addresses of five new subscribers to the tie pub Oan and $10 in Money we will Send the Republican free for one year. Ten clubbing together and sending us $17.50, we will Send the a Eibi ican one year at $1.75 per copy. Fifteen clubbing together and sending us $24.00, we will Send tho be?i7nucas Oue year at $1.60 per copy. Twenty clubbing together and sending us $80.00, we will Send the be i Blicas Ono Yeai 4t $lv60por copy. Kor friends Goto work and got us All the names Yon of it and Forward them at Duco to Imit offi Iio. To 8� doing a Good s a Mitef a in be a Ity mjg county Don t sell until void Sec us. Gregory a Ros. Indies a old Ratcli is Fine sets Inta Riethof ladies Keitel by a 0ne lot american watches Gold rings Pine plated Tabic Ware and a great variety or Ali binds Ryc Bildren toys &c., tire Sale cheap at Scribner a West Side or ferry st. Attica incl ago. A Wool air a new work by w. F. O. We i in. Mailed4oany it Idrees for 25 cents per Hundred a to a undred . Add dress . Wil Kutsi if. I Lestle Baa of Tai

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