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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 July 1875

THE INDIANA STATE KISiTINEL THURSDAY. JULY 2) 1S75 V SHITTING VV SHOP. .TAILTJRE OP A PROMINENT FIRM, DUNCAN, SUEiniAN A CO, SUSPEND THI XDER IS A CLEAR 6 KT A FIRM OK U.V BOUNDED CKBOIT PASSES IN ITS CHIPSHONORABLE CONDUCT OP WILLIAM BUTLER nrvriv A KLL'RBY ON WALL STREET SURMISES AND CONJECTURES. New York, July 27. Duncan, Sheinian A -Co. suspended this morning, causing ereat excitement in Wall street. Gold jumped to il 1G' UDon the announcement of the bus pension of Duncan, Sherman & Co. and tberurnoredemeM-raasmentof other house?, but soon fell to ?1 14. The Evening rost has the following in its finincial column "The quietness of Wall street was broken in the oonAnH Knur of t IHinMg bV tbe tDthat the banking house of Duncan, Shermen fc Co. had closed their doors and suspended payments. A clap ol thunder in a clear sky could not have caused more consternation, and at the Stock Ex chan, Gold Exchange and Cotton Ktcbanpe there was great excitement. The liabilities cf th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 July 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. JULY 29 18751 6 THE PliUMBt.K'd KEVJSüUk:. A LE,3D OF MAEISON AVi-:-.'. BY G. T. LANIGAN. From the New York World. CANTO I. THE DEATH-BED OATH. It was some thirty years ao, An evening calm and red, .... Wnen a gold-haired stripling stcoJ bcMde iiisfa'.bcr'sdilng bed. trend, my son," the sick man said, tTnto my d sins tones. And swear eternal vengeance to The accursed rtce of Jones. For why! Jost nineteen years 20 A Irl sa by my s-de. With cheei of rose and breast of snow. My peerless, promised bride. A vip-1 by the name of Jonea Came in between u.s twain; Witn honeyed words he stole away My lovetl Belinda Jane. For he wm rich and 1 wai poor. And poets ali are fctupid Who f-in the God of ove Is not Cupidity, but Cupid. Perchance 'tis well; for, bad 1 wed That maid of darlc brown cnrL, You had not been, or been, instead Of boy, a pair of girls, ow. listen to me. Waiter Smith; Hie to ym plumber bold. And thou would 'rt eae my dying paug, Iiis 'prent...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 July 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY 3 ULY 29 1875. s 1 HUDSON RIVER BRIGANDS. THE BANK-. INFECTED WITH ECROLAP.SRAIDS OS THE m-IDENCSS OF CLABA LOUISE KELI.CK.O J XD JUDOE PIERREPOST A HEION OF TE3KOP No', only c tv cf New York, but oter o to Lave banditti. ,ar.s o: stats as well, see n iai.n oirn r.vf-rtn the reign of TLo lichtster Union savs: As briefly reported in car dispatches jester Jay, a series ;d rJbrio of ;ae most startling character h..ve bees committed recently at var'.ovn p-l.T.i along tte Hudson liver. There every reason to believe that these depredations are the work of an organized gang of brigands Tvnosa headquarters are In the mountains, an t their exploits hive been so daring that actual reisn of wrror prevails In some localities. The iittle village of Cold feprings eems to be the favorite tramping grouDd of the desperaioes. For at least lour years past the most dariDg burglaries and robberies have occcrred there and in the vicinitv. The r?t of any note wa?J an at...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 July 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY JULY 29 1875 A. O A. R D Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers: We respectfully ask your Imme diate attention to the best selected mtock of Dry Goods, Notions ana Mil'inery ever brought to this city. Bv aiving our individual attention to buying in New York, we have Una of Silks. Black nrtrH nress Goods Domeucs. Tir-krki or a priAnneiS. Shawls, Table Linens, Blankets, Comforts, ioand Millinery at such rates y. eiivi trms as enables us ffT tho lowes' urices known eince 1862. Our priocs are alike to all, and Grangers as wen as omers will find at no other houss more attractive goods or lower prices. Xj S. AYUB3 Sc CO., TRADE PALA.CK. FINANCE AND BUSINESS. WEEKLY "BUSINESS REVIEW. MOSEY MATTERS. Tee condition of financial aSairs ii very much the same both in this country mid in Europe. Heavy failures and a lack of enn-fi.-terwe hv raritalis's are ou both sides of the water alike. A private letter from an intelligent Pniladelpbian, under d te of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 August 1875

liliiii Jiwfcfte OYS VOL. XXIVr-KO. 50. A LITTLK WHILE. HY W. KENNEDY X00RE. From Sunday Magazine. A,little while with tides of dar and light The moon shall fill ; , Wumi autumn's gold be changed to shrouding whit And winter's chWl. A little while shaU tender human flowers And ceaselessly through shade and sunny hours Death a harrest gow. A llttte while shall tranquil planets speed pAnnH Mnfrki flam: KAWmnirMnriDflr &nd VOSS. ÜCW Dam HCAnd lapse fro n fame. A little walle hall co d star-tapers burn Through time's brier night; Then shall my tool's bMoved One return With dayspring bright. How oft in golden dreamt I see Him stand, I list his voice, , . . As winning largess from his lifted band The toor rejoice : But waking bears that vision dear away. My better part, , M , . And leaves me to this pale and empty day, XViIb lnncrinv Vifart I can no see ihee, bnt I love Thee. Oh, Thine eyes tcatreaa The deepest secrets ol the spirit know Tis love Indeed! , A little while; bit,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 August 1875

: THEIINDIANA STATE SENTINEL THUESD AY. AUGUST; ö 1875V THE FAINT IX'JWER. VX MARY A. LATilBCRY. Fruin St. Nicholas for August. Up where the meadow grass Leans towards the river, Stood little Bluebell All in a silver. It'verl oh. River!. Where are you going? Stay JaBt a moment Jn your swift flowing!" Oh, Utile Rlnebe'l! How can I wait? "The miller will chide me. The boats will be late.' Biln -clouds! oh. Rain-clouds! Wbere are you flying? I am so thirsty, t ainting and dying!' Ob, little Blnebell! Afar In the air The storm-kin? Is calling. Acd we mtrsC be there. Robin, dear Robin! lam so ill, , , , And you're at the river brink, Drinking your fill." "Oh, little Bluebell! Do, then, look up: Some kind cloud will give you A drop In your cap." Here lltMe Bluetell Cenwd fctr complaint. Drooping still lower. Hopeless and faint. 13ut down fell the twilight, And up came the Dew, WhUp'ring, "Dear Bluebell, We're sorry for you. , We are not strong. Like the Ivnin or the River, But never a flo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 August 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINETi THURSDAY AUGUST 5 1875. ANGUS' ASSERTIONS. About what he knows of Ida Fawk-ne-r'-J Fall and Mclntiro's Mismanagement. MORE ABOUT MRS. DAVIS. TUBMAN WHO CROSS EXAMINED IDA TAWKSER A SO CT HEU FRIEND, AND TRAVELED OVIE IHK STATE FOB COUNTER AFFIDAVITS, TAKES THE STAND TO TELL WHAT HB KNOWS. , Tlie following testimony in the deaf and d-smb Investigation was taken Friday affrnoon and Saturday morning. The wlmni was W. W. Angus, a teacher at the institute, and the French ofthat aldaofthe case. Hewas examined in chief by Ue a. Harrison. Q. What is your name? A.W. W. Anens. Q. How long have yon b;n a teacher in the Dsaf and Dumb Institute cf Indiana? A. Ten yeare next September. Q Which las do you leech? A. El -her the third or fourth in different years. Q. Do you know John K. Fawkner, and if no, for how long? A. es,sir ; I think I have knon him in a buslnets way since 13KÖ or ISM. Q. Please Ute whether you saw him at the Deaf and Dumb Institution atanvtlmeln th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 August 1875

THE f NHIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY AUGUST 5 1875 THURSDAY, AUG. 5. Selections from Senator Thurman'a speech delivered at Mansfield, Ohio, Satuxrday, will be to and on the 2 3d page. JThe address will be perused with a great deal of Interest, as Senator Tburman's position in regard to the pla'.f?rm, rendered an explanation on hia part appropriate. lie bad been accused by some of his inflation friends of Injuring the prospects ot the dsmocracy by refusing to give In his adherence to the principles adopted in the convention, while a few rash Eastern papers denounced him for not openly opposing hia party, lie BbOWS that it la possible to go heartily Into the battle without perlect accord on tbe money question. The account of Rifer's last atlempl to eecipe suggests a criticism in regard to the discipline at the Southern Prison. The attempt met with partial success only because the guard, Keonedy, was armed with a reyolver.the capture of which rendered Rodifer and h'-s companions dange...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 August 1875

THE INDIANA STATE j SENTINEL THURSDAY AUGUST 5 1S75. RUNNING RACES. Tili: Mc-GRATII AND WILKES QUARKKL. HinoRY OF THE TURF PROFESSIONAL GAMBLERS AS H'JRSK tft'SEKS THB CKiROE OK HIRjWINO RACKS rRICE MCGRATH. Aa iulerebtiDg letter U written from Sar-to-o to the Philadelphia Times by Gath: The attack made a few daya 40 by Price McOatb, of Kentucky, upon George Wilk?, editor of a snorting paper founded by Mm in ls5, was iu itsell a trival Incident. Tnett-.ck wm slight, tbe resistance was more tÜ6Cti?e than lue attack, botb men -walked away UDscratched and tbe principal lruit were in tbe unpleasant nutor.ctj, for Sratogo la a well-bred summer resort. Drunkenness Is almott unknown, fighting la quite unknown. It is tbe Kue between professional gaming men and tbe rich amateurs of the turf that is lncideiitilly to Depressed on this fight wherein is confluence. The tnrl in America baa teen twice or thrice in a flourishing condition, but Invariably an Incursion of gambler has robbed it oi res...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 August 1875

THÜ INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, THURSDAY AUGUST 5 1875 AN "AKNI VERSAK1 . From Chambers' Journ?!. la a chamber old and oaken. lu at faint aod I altering way. Half a dozen words were spoken, .lust t leveu j ears to-day; Wtmt was bound and what was broken, LÄst a woiuau't conscience fcay. Half a dozen worda exclte.1. W blsperei by a lover's iide. Half de.lghteu, half ffrghteJ, Half In pleasure, half tn pride; And a ma'den'a troth Is plighted, Ana a falae love knot la tied. a nuldeii not a feeling That can swell, and Mrig, and soar? . (.'a Tie not o'er her spirit s ealine Thought of thlngi that were before? Io her heart did no revealng Te 1 her love was something more? lately half a dozen stances. Half In earnest, half In mirth, Five or six or iseven dances, Vht Is such a wooing worth? Courtship in which do romance Is Can not give a true lore birth. Passion to a pain and pwer . alowly growing un'o might. Ilv ion vigils, not the hour; Ral love is not at sight ; Tis a weed ; 'tis not a ilowe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 August 1875

THEflNDIANA' STATE I SENTINEL TIIUIISD AY. AUGUST 5 187 W. y i y Pause and consider whether It Is better for your Dröhnt trout:'. aud f.uure health lo ua toe Haruai itans cSh't or be gorged wl?h the qaaca Balsam CopaV.., wlücli drug 1 a sure te.l-talt, having a horrid fHi.o aod sttil mors tlisgusunj -ru'l. Tbe Binn'i na l rti'Ml Important part oi ihom.rif'm Hit Is Its certainty of cure In .h.irtiiuufifiyftU four days, besides bein- ni.issnt to take, having no umtll or u niu...r.t lai'o ami pn tin uxed without lb tr r.. i ro r.f tie most Intimate acquaint ance. The Gift is the mly known remedy thai can he depended on. Ma.e picxages, 82; fernaie, . .-M-nt by mall to any dar, So d hy WM. C.MJX, 14 East Washington street. DLSJIOSU A CO., Propnetora. Phllade;Dhla,Pa. H V Ext. Carnia, . . 11 iMr Francii Randolph proc.) U Prot. Oxalate Iron. -C Alkaloids of Cinchona, . I W Pepsin Baccharated, . i. s D l M Ext. JJiosma ueoa. M Al-Khei ITurk, AYGR'S SAHSAPAUILLi, TOR FURIFYING THE BLOOD. Thi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 August 1875

1 THEUNDI ANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. AUGUST Ö 18751 8 A. O A KP "-. Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers: We respectfully ask your Imme diate attention to the best selected stock ofDry Goods, Notions and Mil inery ever orought to this city. B v alving our individual attention to buving in New York, we hav secured a line of Silks. Black Goods. Dress Goods. Dometlcs, Woolens Flannels, Shawls, Table Linens. Blankets, Comforts, Notions and Millinery at. Buch rates and on such terms as enaoles us inorcci rtrfpflS KnOWIl IU I IIIS iuw-,- - ,., oince 1862. Our prices are alike to all. and Grangers as weh as otnera will find at no other house more attractive goods or lower prices. , Xj. S. -A-"SreE3 3s CO., TRA-DK PALACE. FINANCE AND BUSINESS. WEEKLY BUSINESS REVIEW. FORXIGN DRY GOODS. Tbe total entries at the port ol New York for the uiuilii were &5,al,740, against $9,898,362 during July last year, and $,1C3,691 . io 1S73. The amount placed upon the mar. ket shows an ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 August 1875

VN -sr . r vt? lie rrr Ittitlltl f it" VOL. XXIV-NQ 51 DANIEL OXONNELL. WENDELL PHILLIPS'S ADDRESS. TUE SILVER TONGUED ORATOR'S GREATEST EFFORT. rjSCTTJRK DELIVERED LAST FRIDAY EVENINO IN MUSIC HALL, BOSTON, ON THK RKAT IRISH LIBBRATUR. A hundred years ago to-day Daniel O'Counell was bora. The Irl&a rac, whereever scattered over tbesrAobe, assembles to night, pay faulig triOute to his isieujcry, oneof the most eloquent men, oueol tto mos: devoted patriots and the most wcrestful statesmao which that race ha ariven to Imtory. Wo or oiler races may well j in you in that trtbut sine the cau-eofwn stl'utional govern most ovr?s more to O'Counell than to any or her political leader tf the last two centuries. The English apeakiip race, to find hi- equal among Is slat earner, must p. by C'oa nam and Walpolt nd go back to Oliver Cromwell, or the abl men who held up the throne of Qnn fc"iizbetii. Ir t pu'.the civil and social elaa-aut of yourday into 8u"essal action and plant, tho ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 August 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY AUGUST J2 1875 IHK BfcXL OK ST.' REU IS. I'rum the New Vii': World To ti VUlitorof lhj Woild: S; -: c your paper of the !d is an InttrestiDg ettar concerning the Indians of Ht. Kegla. Tbe miter rails, however, to make any passing mention of the famous "Kell of Bt. Regls'whose lil:..-y, in itself attractive, is counected witb the Mond taking of Deerneld. Conn., In the winter ol 17i 3-C1, by De Bouville and his Indian Allies. Oneoffcur American writers Irving, I bc-Ucve-has told the story charmingly In prone. 1 vi iu:c to repeat It rudely In verse. J. T. L. In tLf Wage of Su Resjls, Bv the Ureat Kiver'a How, A Jesnll totied an hundred And eighty years ago. yer arte year he labored Till the war-like Iroquois lie hroucbt u know the avlor And own Ills milder law. And soon a modest chapel Of rouzh-bewn loir was seen To lift a silvery steeple Through the unshorn forest's green. Then the father t-ald : "My children, A beli must yonder away To break the b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 August 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. AUGUST 12 1875 JOAQUIN MILLER AT WOIIK. HIS SlIIP IN" THE DESERT." IHR FWET AT THE SKAS1 DE TKSS YSO" oriMOK OF MUXSR-TUK KW TOKM BJCA.TJ ir's orEMNO STANZAS. A correspondent ot the Graphic writes Irotn r.iog Brancfc: When one Las too opportunity to tit beside a great poet on tbe plau-.a of a watenns placs hotel, v?klle be read tbe preoh of his new volarte, cue feels a sympathy Irr the remainder of bsmanitv which is icrced to content iteelf with such pleasures ca dancing, dluhrg, witrtng, bathing, Uirtinjc ad R OD An( ?e ,s newspaper corwpnnderil, the inclination to make the world a sharer in tbe present Joy, at second bano is irresistible. So to-day I Lid wedi the commoner topics-of the watering phice existence, aw d give my letter to ecQOiu the Btraiirs of Joaquin's latest song. The Iconoclastic spirit ot tte age, which loves to knock down idols and clip, the wings of soaring f enius, t?onld enjoy. I know, a screed from this poo which should ri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 August 1875

XHEJNJi AUGUST 12 1875 TUUHSlA, AUG. JO. Don Carlos has written to bia cousin, Don Alfonso, the present king of Spain, persuad-1 leg him that he baa no rhjht to the throne, and that be should yield up the cares cf state tohis rela'lve, caf-ually remarking that he "intends to have them at any rate. The Ken.tiiici m generally content to allow the ?vp:: -c-ional rr volutions in Spain to run their course without commert, as they are as little worthy ol remark as the shitting of ckuds in a windy - aky. But sometimes the impudence of the?e pretenders to European thrones forces . t.i laima Ttrwin a n1nf-liit attention and uv&ft . " f ' " - provokes an indignant protest. If it w::? not for tha intricnes ol these Spanish " Bourbons, who imagine that the Lord, withvnf .ninins(hiim with nv mental Tecullarity aave pride, created them ' to rule over millions of their fellow men, Spain . . 1 ...s.vass A vV V.I t n might D8 a happy auu propriuua icanui. But these royal adventurers, wit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 August 1875

irm muiAn a lAir, pan i iinkj, THURSDAY AUGUST 12 1S75. THE TREASURY THEFT. UNRAVELLING Til EM Y.STER Y. SHADOWING CsPCTED CLKBKS-THE PAKTIES TO Hl KOEEEKY AKREST OF TUB TIIKK A dpa--i 1,1 tko Sunday Chicago Tribune rivp" mi fwnnt of the capture of the ?I7,000 tteury thieves: Elmer Washburn, cLief ot the t6eret service, has teen following tor iwo months the clew which seeius to have lfJ to the discovery of the person who ou Juns - in broad 'vlh, to mvster.ously robbed il.-.- usurer ot $ 17,5t;0. Tho story In brief i tbi-: Benjamin B. Halleck, a clerk in the -ash-ro-Jtn, has from the outset been suspect He was one of the persons through whose hands the package must b3Ve passed bet'oie bwinsc placed upon the elevator to : carried to the express room. It wis l is d ry to afflx tbe seal to the envelop-. K3d it was easy for him to have known the nature of the package, and to Lfvo understood that It contalued only National bank notes, of whose number there v. as no record in the departmen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 August 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. AUGUST 12 1875 6 ( ROWING UP. Oh, to keep them still round us, baby darling. irenu ami pnre. " Mother'" smile iheir pleasure crowning, motu er '4 ' kLss their sorrow's care. Oh, t keep the waxen touches, sunny carls, and rhant eye, , ,, ,., , Patt-rlnn feet Mad eager prattle all younit lire a Ion -Paradise. One bright head above the other, thy hands that clang and clasped. Little lorm that close enfolding, all of Love m beut gift were gra-p'd. Hporting in the summer sunshlue, glancing louutl the winter herth. Ridding a I the bright world echo with their itari, ctrtleris mirth. O, tofceep them: how they g'adden all ths path from day today . WliDtytlrettni we fashioned of them, aa in ros leep they lay : How each biokeu word was welcomed, how t-ach Ktrn?2ln? thoaaht waa hailed, Aa each "bare went floating seaward, love-bedecked and fancy -sailed 5 Ollding from onrJ?lors watching, gliding from or clinging bold. La' the brave leaves bloom and burgeon;...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 August 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY AUGUST 12 J875. i' I- STATE PRESS ON THE SENTINEL,. rOMTLI.MENTS ANU C MMIIXTS. A OOOD SEND OKI, .from the Laporte Argus. Tl:e j.idinapolis S9ntluel Las changed Lands, ar i we suppose will now come out I a full üedftI democratic paper. A nisjoriiy of the K'jcJc ras teen purchased by the Hon. John C. shoemaker, and L-ucien G. Mathews, forroerlr of the New Albany Ledger, will take roLtrol of the business department. It is a:d thnt but little change in the conduct oftbpapr is contemplated, and, in fact, but little is needed, for tbe Sentinel ot late has I-ii an outspoken democratic paper, and h given very fair satisfaction to reason. bl people. Tbe new conductors are men of ability and fine business qualities, and ve hope to see them succeed, even beyond ttelr most sanguine expectations. CORDIAL ENDORSEMENT. Kiora the Vincenncs sun. To the patrons of the Sun in tbeconntry township who are desirous of taking a weekly city paper, we would recommend the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 August 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. AUGUST 121875 8 Trade Palace, Oct. 7 To ti Coyns?T Readers: Wo .ooiiuuily as . ycur iEa--.-r. ttnMoi to tho r v eieoV- C siüvü or Dry woods, Hotion n Mil i" - : -- -vor -.rvo-htio this citr. By giving our individual r.tteütion to uying in New York, we hava evur-.'l line of Silke. Eiark o ,. rriiss Goods Domc.ir.5, Woolens Flannels, Shawls, Table Linons, Blanüets, Comforts, Notions and Millinery at such rates n&uch tarms as enables M3 u iT'iMho lowesi prices known since ISa 2. Our priecs are allkft to all, acd Grangers as well as othera vill find nt no other houa mora p.'tractivo goods or lower X, S. cz CO, TfiADE PALACI3. FINANCE AN I) BUSINESS. WEEKLY BUSINESS REVIEW. MONET MATTERS Keurv.n KCChang !. The secure tor cash are erowdad, whila tfcose who BOd favors to av-rt disaster aro farther frtn moae y than they ever were. Conserjoor.U , the prospect or a eonsiderablo crop of fcilxxn s U strong. There i4 no chance for men noJin'riulew...

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