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BUSY.-The Dry Goods merchants here in the past few days have had quite a rush. New goods and low prices seem to be popular. No doubt as many more stores of the same kind would do as well here if they would come. Success to you gentleman of the yard-stick.---You will be highly entertained if you go to the Lecture to-night.---PUBLIC LECTURE.-At the M.E. Church, in the place, this evening. Rev. Evan Stevenson, of Oxford, Benton county, will deliver a lecture on the subject of "Social Harmony." Every body is invited to go and hear him.---EXCHANGE.-Mr. George Bayle and Phillip Gemmer are exchanging residences-Mr. Bayle goes into the house heretofore occupied by Mr. Gemmer, while G. takes possession of the one occupied by B.---REMOVAL.-Mr. James McCabe has moved his law office into the front room, up stairs, of S.F. Messner's new building, and expects to do his grinding hereafter, at No. 1 Warren Block. Mac is sensible.-Good Bye C-H-.---NEW HOUSE-Mr. Patrick Lynch of Marshfield, Ind., has rented Room No. 6, in Boston Block. He is in the Grocery and Bakery business, and lovers of pies (en) and cakes, cigars, bread, et cactera, will find it at No. 6. Sell cheap for cash and advertise in the REPUBLICAN, and you will succeed.---POISONED.- During the post mortem examination of Caroline Peppers, Dr. Jones was poisoned very badly in the left hand, and for a time serious doubts were entertained of his recovery. The poison has been arrested, and the Dr. informs us that the danger is past. Good.---Don't forget the Lecture to-night.---RETURNED.-Mr. M.T. Case is now at home. He has been for some time attending Medical College, and preparing himself for the practice of medicine. For the present he will reside in Attica.---FAST TRAVELING.-Wednesday evening the 6th, the lightning train due here at 4:42 p.m. being behind time a few minutes, ran from West Lebanon to this place, a distance six miles in seven minutes. We call this fast traveling.---PROSECUTING ATTORNEY.--It is said that Joseph M. Rabb is a candidate for the office of Prosecuting Attorney of the 23rd Judicial Circuit, but we failed to see his announcement to that effect in the REPUBLICAN. How did that come?

Date: 4/14/1870
Origin: Warren Republican
Record ID: 00002991
Type: Periodical
Source Archive: Warren County Historical Society
Date Entered: 2/28/2011
Collection: Newspaper Clipping Scrapbook
Entered By: WCHS

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