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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 February 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY FEBRUARY 0 1S75 STATE NEWS. REFLEX OP TUE INDIANA PRESS. ' . COUNTT. Ft. Wayne bad a fire Tuesday last which cost the loser about 1 10,000 altogether. The principal dama was to Wheeler's furniture factory and stock, which amounted to fd,00u without insurance. ' : Mrs. Ramsey, who was lnjared by stepplog from a moving train, died at the Avelino House Id Ft. Wayne, on Tuesday. She was the wife of the Rev. J. A. Ramsey, of Delphi. . t i BENTON COUNTY. .'since trychnlning the wild beaat the Herald taVes hopeful view of home affairs. It says that the county in 1S50 contained a population of 1.H4; in '18G0. 2.809; in 1S.0 Äf15 and predicts that the census of 1SS0 will show a wonderful Increase in the wbola of grand, beautiiuland produtive Benton. ' ' . CT.ATCOCNTY. '' , .'. A Urge pelling match has been held In Brazil, ou which occasion many aud valuable ' prizes wcredUtribalou. The Brazil Eiho sajs: From one thousand j to fifteen hundred good coal mine...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 February 1875

G THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY FEBRUARY 9. 1875, EHKIE. A BALLAD., Khe was wearln twa'l she was wearin' aw'l Wl" Uio J-vi in October, we ihehttM wad fa' For her cheek wa owre red, aa her e'e wm owre bright, Whaar the saal leoklt oot like an angel of Hehl. Hhe dwelt lu the mulrlan's amana; tbe red belU O the sweet hlnny heather that bloom oa the fell, Wbar cac peesweep an plover are aye ou tlie win. An' the lilt o' the iav'rock's first heard la the Spring. -As black as a eraw, an' assart aa the Ulk. Were the hing locks that fell oa a neck like the milk: She was lithesome au'lo'esome as lasl9 aaldht te And Hah was the love-licM thatdane'd la her e'e: Pnlr EIle had lov'd a' the hope aa' the fears. The plagues an' the pleasures, the smiles an' tue tears, O' love hüe had kenn'd she bad cane thro them a r or uuso jamie cnricmon j oiaca uc n i The auldet o' Ave, when a lassie o' too, bba had balth tbe hoose and the bairn les to fen"; The mlther had gane whan (he waatrat a bairn, Sae ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 February 1875

I THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY FEBRUAItJT 9.1875 THE OLD BCRYINU-Ü ROUND. BT J.T. Tim'BEIWJE. Fluml rn"tof tall wlld-chirry - And birch surround The half hid, solitary Old buryng-ground. AU the low wall 1h crumbled And oM(frown, And ia tbe turf He tumbled istoaeupon stone. Only th cbool-boy, scrambling After hi arrow Or kl bill, erel.lng. trampiini Tha tola of yarrow, ttf ml tk-wed nd Um mullein, The place dliinrbi; Or bowed wise omen, culling Her maglo herbs. No mora the melancholy Dark trains draw near; The dead posse It wholly ( Tbl many a year. The head atone lean, winds whistle. The long trra-n wave. Rank grow the dock and thistle Over the paves; And all is waste, deserted. And dexr, as though Even the ghosts d pur ted Long yer agol The squirrel start forth and chatter To see me ps; Wrawhorpers leap and palter la the dry gra3. I ber the drowRy dramming Of woodpoefcers, And pu1deily at my coming The quick grou3 whlr3. Untouched through all mutation Of time and kies, A bv-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 February 1875

8 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY FEBIiUARY 9, 1875, A. v G .A. II r Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers: We respectfully ask your Imme diato attention to the best selected stock ofDry Goods, Notions and Millinery ever brought to this city. I3y aiving our individual attention to ruying in New York, we hav secured a line of Silks, , Black Goods Dress Goods, Dome tics, "Woolen3 Flannels, Shawls, Table Linens, Blankets, Comforts, Notions and Millinery at euch rates and on such terms as enaoles us to offer the lowest prices known since 1862. Our priecs are alike to all, and Grangers as weh as oth,ers will find at no other, houai more attractive goods or lower prices. Xi S. ATUE3 &g CO., TRADE PALACE. . r SPECIE RESUMPTION The Executive Cotmeil of the National Hoard "Of Trsde has resolved upon the plan of specie resumption thusly: That the Secretary of the r Traury Khali borrow the sum ot two hundred millions of dol are In gold at a rate of Intercut not exceeding ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 February 1875

V7 V7 ItflANAPOLIS. TUESDAY FEBRUARY 10, 1375. VOL. XXIV-KQ 27. WHOLE NTJMBKR1.788 11 iHn) 1 GENERAL TELEGRAMS. TUE NATIONAL GRANGE. UK.rORTOFTHROOMMITTBKO THE EXPOSITION MORS RKOARD FOR AQRICULTCRAL INTERESTS DESIRED NATIONAL AID BEbOCOBT Fust THE TEXAS PACIHO RAILROAD. Chaklehtn, S. C, Feb. 13.-TD national grange ls adopted the report of the commute oattie centennial exposition, dechv leg that no provision has been made wheve-' by (ho petrous of husbandry can be repre--ented so an association at that expoMlios. The ccmaalesloners have Drovidfd no -vdequaXe .plan . through which the afjrlcultural Interests of the country Tan be systematically and fully represented. They, therefore. tecomcaend that a further consultation be sought witü the directors of tr exposition to ascertain whether modiBation et their plans mav not be effected so as to secure a proper recognition ol American agriculture. The committee srggests that there be a lull exhibition of plants, products, stock, Tool, an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 February 1875

TJIE JNDIANA STATS SENTIN L TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1G 1875, BROOKLYN VARIETIES. THEODORE AND ELIXADKiU. THEIR RELATIONS TO EACH CTH ER LETTERS WHICH PASSED BETWEE TH KM TILTON'" POSSESIONS BOWMEN'S PART IN THE TROUBLE. f Net' York, Feb. S. The bitter cold weather of this morning, like tbe heavy rain . storm of last week, had no effect whatever upon tbe attendance at the suit of T. Tilton ' eaiMS the Rev. II. W. Beecher. ' The TCmoklvn C'itv Court room contaiuoJ the usual throng, while outside in the cold cor- . ridoM another crowd danced to keep warn : and cUuiored for admittance. - Mrs. Tilton, m VicM at-1 two other ladies sat in thtir nna niacs. Mr. Beecher aod his -wife were immediately behind tbe counsel lor the defendant and in front I- the Plymouth gathering. When the court wa9 opened- M-. Tilton re3umed the witness stand. Mr. Evarts stated that ih mir.sni ort the other tide bad ' nrnduped a.11 the letters tbev called ibr ex Vnt nne. which would be read from the hook. The counsel t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 February 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL- TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 1G 1875 1 1 i I . I HOME AND FARM. , DOMESTIC ÄLVITKKS. : : HOITIEHOU) RiXtrES. 11 t'tjILS S kUCK. Ta'.sa five Picro onions, ig1 sree-i peri" chop fins, thirty ripe tomatoes, cut up, live tabieapoonfals suar, thrt-J of alt, eis W cups vinegar, and twii altoirctar two and hilf hours, and bottlo for use. i Tirss Cake. Plica stal9 sponcake ia EUn dish, and soak them thoroughly for an hour aud a half in a mixtura of sherry with a Bills brandy and a dash'of lemon juice; ni '.meat with t.aaehtd alinoni and paar orer a pint ol rich custard. rmnKLAW.-fiet a nice cabbAS-j, take off tin o'itEida leaves, cat it in halves, and, with a sharp knif shave lfc into line slit. Beat two up ezs.aJ I to it one gill of vinegar and water mixed; place Hon thorang?; it iiPTiiiü to thicken, stir in a piece of Mju?r tho siza of a small walnut, a littlfl salt and a teapoonful of suar; v tea cold nr..ir it nvr the cabbage and stir it together, nd bf jre sending to t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 February 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY FEBRXTA.BY 10, 1875, 3 TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 15. Else-whore the defense of the Hon. Morton C. Hunter to . the charge brought against him in oonneclion with the Memohfc El Paso railroad, U given, together with the comment of toi organ oathe subject. PubHc opinion which has been held In suspense on thin matter by special request may now fall. The Sentinel will proceed to state that its suspended opinion was that Mr. Iluntor had been guilty of conduct unbecoming a congressman In accepting what was In reality a bribe tor Lis oQctal icflnence. lie waa alPO guilty in consenting to act as an attorney, as the cast of the day puta it, in corrupting other. This paper agrees with theTerro Haute Express that Mr. Hunter's defense is flimsy and unsatisfactory. The Senate, by a non-partisau vote, passed a bill Thursday providing for the admission of negro children into the white schools, in case where there aro cot enough colored chlldrea to form a separate school. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 February 1875

b STATE NEWS. BARTHOIJJf EW COUSTT. The Chronicle says that the drunkest vornan ever seen on the streets of Hope was one on last' Monday. It is said that all former demonstratio of this character wSre completely edited. If such things are TuowS to occur in Hope, what can we hope or In Hope? The same Journal gives a sample 01 iocm enterprise, thus: Some tim since the county commissioners allowed the sum of fj4to totmildabridge across llaw creek, at Hope, which was only about enough to build deeenl abutment-, and so the work .und half completed on account ot the commissioners not bavL souls quite large enough to malte appropriation sufficient for us .mnletlom. Whether anything has been 5 M th?new board or not we can not say, but It is to be boped that they will look after the matter at once. There is at present no way "for pedestrians to cros without wading, Tnd when the water is uP those who happen SJSJda on the east side ot tbecretk must remain there, as neither animal nor vehicle c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 February 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY FEEltUAUt 10. 1875, G J!VK AND WITHHOLD NOT. BY MAKIO V. PCl'LEY. ' fgüe'esied at tin Interview between Co'ert 1 8 gSt5o?Iyef d Halile 1jd3 UrUwold.l Tru Hps seaH'l with silence! ho hi it-Lit and still. At times in my longing They neem lo tne cliol. ! But well does ray foul tnow Yoartoul i as warm And true 10 my soul, as 'ill flavin liieti'Tm 1 trua u tue vUmi-voioe That, detp-tone 1 or shrill, t Vis up to the roast nead Tue storm demon's will. I knovr, too, t!i;it MWe-nca un true It .8 r.Ue thine :nv; -liri-ai i ides are tbtlsg. Tny heart lato mine." Ami rnre, I am knowing, U sonu so true! Not all tlie good coi.le Give honor to you For brave thoughts and d.-irtog And ventursutne dreamy On tea Hands of promise Wnt-re I'oeay gl-am Not all tha dud millions Have nreaiued lu their heart That ou In brown nuiet. Are pi act iced In arts Thit win down the Muses To pour at your feet Tlieircoe hoarded treasure In rapture complete. Sol ininy Valor For truth u...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 February 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL,-TUESDAY FE1RUATIY 101875 V TlfK PLEDGE AT SPUNKY POINT. -A ti.e- cf VIETUOfS KtKOr.T AND 1ICMAK - UY JOHXHAT. 1 . d ' It's ail mry xre'l for preachln', Mat preach la' and pr.tctlc don,'t ge; I'm ported ou virtue an 1 lfmp'xanee, Andtou can't ring it on lue. I JusnJidt--.nl di w.U your pledge, qulre, Ef that' what ou waut me touin; 1 Itwixt me and you, 1 been thar, . And I'u no: lake nny in miae. A year a:o, last Fo'th July. A lot of Ihe bi was Lere; We all got corned, and higued tue pledge For to drink no mora that. year. Tber w Tilmaa Joy, aud Sheriff McFball, And me aud Abner iry, And Shelby ' b"y LsTltacm, And the Uolywrs Luke and Cy. nd we antrodnp a hundred. In the bands o! Deacon Kedjre, Kur to be divided the follerln Fo'th . Moug?t the boys that kep' tbe pledge. And we K no wed eacb other bo well, 'dqulre You may take my scalp tor n fool Ef every man win 11 ha binned his n ame Didn't feel dead sure Of the pool. Fur a while it all went loTely; We pu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 February 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 16 1875, A. O -A- R I Trade Palace,Oct. 7. To the Country Reader : We reapeotfully ask your Imme diate attention To the best selected too or Dry Goods, Notions and Mniinrv ever brought lotnia city. By giving ou? individual attention to buying in New York, we hav secured a Hae of Silks. Black Goods Dress Goods. Dometlos, Woolens Flannels, Shawls, Table Linens Bankets, Comforts, Notions and Ülilinery at such rates and on such terms as enables us to offer ihe lowest prices known Bince 182. Our priecs are alike to oil and Orangers as well aa others' wl find at no other houss more attractive goods or lower price. Xj. S. AYRE3 &c CO., A GOOD THING FOR WINTER Where do a.'ek folks love to go When the wlntery breeses blow? in the dar of Irost and snow? Go Boy hst die's Cordial. What do pale folks love to da When the wind blows through and through 7 What can moke them gooa as newi Go Buv Sxydek's Cordial. When I feel neuralgic pain. All...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 February 1875

i ISLIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY FEBRUARY 23 1875. VOL. XX1Y-KQ 28. WHOLE :NTJMBER 1,789 ' i GENERAL TELEGRAMS. FUSE AND LOSS OF LIFE. A MttT UlREtrr. POSTOFEICK AND f ANOXIC Kall BCR5ED I vkeD:rRCRO three OHlLttEN PERISH IN TBE FLAM rÄ By Telegraph to tUe SentlneU VfsoeusüUR, Ind., Feb. 21.-Li evening, tout 10 o'clock, a fire broke out in tho yatr.i. store and residence of Henry Eister. rrke b.ülding was a light irafae, and was otra enveloped In flames, wfcrleh coruniuulcaVed to the postofBce and Masonlo Hall, joining the north, -both of which T7er consatneii. Elster and wife left their house about ?i30 to go to their slaughter house, east of the town, leaviog their throe little children, two girls and a boy, aged respectively nine, five and two years, alone in the house. These chil dren rwisned in the flames. The fire was under soch headway when discovered that it was impossible to rescue them. It will Trntvthlv never be known how the. tire originated. Mr. and Mrs. Eister lost one cbiM thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 February 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 23 1875 THE LUCKY ONES. THE OFFICERS ELECTED YESTERDAY. WHO THET ARE, WHAT THEY TTTETK COUNTRY. AD HAVB DONK ALL ABOUT The event in legislative circles yesterday was the joint convention of both branches of the general assembly for the purpose of electing oficicers for the institutions of the state. But little else was done In either body during the forenoon and the session was protracted long ftei 12 M. The occasion attracted large nnmberof ladies, who were asBiRned seats of honor on the floor of the House, where the joint session ww held. The lobbies were. tilled with interested Potators during: tbe entire proceedings. There were in attendance representatives of thefollowing newspapers: Chicago Times, CourierJournal, Cincinnati Commercial, Gazette, Enquirer and Times, Chicago Tribune md Inter-Ocean, New York Times, Terre Haute Express and Gazette, and pe-haps oth,e"; seated on the right or the chair. Tbe president of the Senate. Lieut. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 February 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY FEBRUARY 231875 J HOME AND FARM. . It is slated that twenty years ago the annual produce of milk per cow in New Eoglandwxs 200 gallons, bat that now it is more that, double that quantity. Hard wheats are all natives ot warm climates, such as Italy, Sicily and Barbary. The suit wheats are from Northern climates, auch as England, Russia, Belgium, Denmark and Sweden. Coal tar in which tresh stone lime had been mixed, freely swabbed on fcircb, maple and dm fence posts set out by F. U. Elliott in 1S52, was lollowed by these posts remaining found for 20 years. Thero were 62 eales of shorthorns in tbis country last year, at which 2.292 head were sold for $i,001,150-an averse of?3S7. The hinhest price paid for a single animal was f 14,000, and the lowest 510. A member of the dairymen's convention at Einhampton, N. Y., said be had known the simple employment of a dog on dairy farm to decrease the yield of cheese per cow nearly 100 pounds per annum. Hot alu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 February 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 23 1875. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 23. ' A bill legalizing the dissection of human bodies for scientiSo and anatomical purposes, passed the House Friday. It ptf Tides that tho53 who die and are not claimed by their friends within 24 hours alter death, hall be Riven in charge of any Losmtal or medical college that may apply f,.(KA-irn;M if s:t?L institution lCCatld 4 is t ----- In the city or county where the death occurs. The b'.ll makes it a misdemeanor to iaV such LoJv out of the fctate, and provides further, that when iwttr h ln dissectol the romain shall b3 interred in some cemetery at the expense of the experimentois. After a body has been buriad a heavy ponalty at taches to the act of scientific resurrection, however. Tbebiagana have opened lire, and it is evident that there is to be no more child's play between the great competing lines of rai'.wnv wbkh unite the Last ana the w est. Readers of we Sentinel are familiar with the preliminaiy ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 February 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY FEBRUARY 23 1875 f 1 STATE SEATS. A JAMS COCSTT. The Portland Co.nmercl.'l of the llthinst. says that Mrs. Kelly, widow of Jonathan Kflly, residing in Adams county, about four miles northeast of New Corydon,- was made the victim of a terrible death by fire last Sabbath morning. Mrs. Kelly was residing aJone, and alter tbe accident ran several rods entirely naked excepting her stockings, and informed a neighbor the house was on fire. Sho then returned and went to bed, but became unconscious and was never able to give tbe particulars. There was not a particle of her person above the stockings which was not burned to a crisp. ALLEN COUNTT. Thomas Tigar, an old citizen of Fort Wayne, died on Tuesday, of apoplexy, lie was tbe founder of the first newspaper, the Sentinel, in Fort Wayne, was e?enty-two yars old. and op to the time ol hi3 sickness was active in buslmss pursuits. CLAV CONTT. The Terre Haute Express of the 17th inst. Toak9 thus of some tlsn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 February 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 231875, 6 "UNTIL THE DAY BREAK." From St. Paul'. Will it pain me there forever, W1U It leave me nappy never. This weary, weary gnawing of the old dun paint Wli, the sweet yet bitter yearning. That at my heart is burning. Throb on and on forever, and forever be in vain? 0 weary weary Ion King! 1 l eoil awMt trtAninrlr)! thrODElüZ From the sunset-lighted woodlands of the dear and holy pant! Oh hope and iaitb undying! o o 1 1 1 navar ivajw from HlffhillfFT Mast my lot among the shadows forevermore be cast 7 Shuil I ueveree the glory Sir Ualahad, my hero, saw folded round in his sieepT The full, completed beauty 11711 K -KIh Imi rl Irl a 1 n I rlntV Vnr hearts that burn toward Heaven from the everlasting deep From that conflict eealrig never, From tbe hard and bitter battle with the cold ana cauous worm 7 Will the sky grow never clearer? Will iho hiila Hra or never nearer. Where the golden cly glitters in its rainbow mists Im pearled? ( Ah me...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 February 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY FEBltUAItY 23 1875, ) y Ä vi i i C'h TIIE TKIUViril OF LOVE. AN CDE TOR ST VOLENTI?; K S DAY. BY MICHAEL 8CANLAN. d, i ). nnnntlde SDieDaor. DrDno uuv . , lMVnmlllirr.,uV'" . . ... . 1 1 - J Had flan? her crimson giory wcuuv"o vv.And the nation sang aomission wnen uw lime. . . . . . a -M a w rr a a nn i iiri i . lüUiu wb.-. v.til For her mighty marcn 01 conquesv ui" subjugated world ! Then war, the Iron-visaged, Insatiate and grim, Had drawn her aaoranuu irum Till the'roar of wrecking armies rolled like muei Hap Mrtl. Tin hr hmom knew noi pnj, uunerueraj wtcaw Tint tMirt. Kor'the fiowTingof her spirit had been blindly trodden oon . . By wai's remorseless legions who had crowned nenor meirowu. As In a shepherd's Dosom, bo m mo un Home, - . . - I a a a. A n i-r t v Throned high above rea carnage, ixt i foundaregai oomei . paSSln WraPPCU " nrew beaut from her matrons, strength from Then plucked the public homage from tne iront i Submission from the de...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 February 1875

THK INDIANA . STATE SENTINEL TUESDAFEBRUARY 23 1875 1 ) 8 A. O A. R D Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers : We respectfully ask your Immediate attention to the best selected stock of Dry Goods, Notions and Millinery ever brought to this city. By giving our individual attention to buying in New York, we have peoured a line of Silks. Black Goods Dress Goods, Dometics, Woolens. Flannels, Shawls, Table Linens, Blankets, Comforts, Nolr.ru nnrl T.TilUnerV at SUCh ratCS and on such terms as enables us to offer the lowest prices known Bince 1862, Our priecs are alike to all, ana urangers as wen hh wipers will find at no other house mor attractive goods or lower prices. jO S. Jk.-yR.E3 &c CO., TRADE PAL VCJK. WANTED! 300,000 MORE SOLDIERS TO APPLY FOR Bounties, Pensions and Back Pay ! NEW BOUNTY LA. WS. Almost every soldier or his heirs entitled to mors bounty under the djw law equalizing bounties. .No charge ever made nor lea aaea unless Fuccessfulin collecting your cla...

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