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Bedford Independent (Newspaper) - December 6, 1865, Bedford, Indiana UNCONDITIONAL UNION DEVOTED TO THE LOCAL INTERESTS AND THE BEST INTERESTS OF THE WHOLE 16. 33 A. and Per In For Six Tor Mont for a longer time than paid paper sent in wi thout true name of the writer of One 1 Year - - - - 00 1 27.50 Column 1 Year - - - 15)00 Quarter Column 1 Year - - - - 15 00 Column 1 Year - - - - 9 00 of teu lines or one insertion each and others in legal held for of Proof of publication not made payment of all notices inserted for 00. of deaths over teu five cents per line; under ten te n cents per Medicine advertised at loss than the regular Made payable by Foreign advertisements must be by tlie to insure Attorney and Counsellor at east side public ivest side public Bounty J and side public Dealers in ibr tlie the the and tlie ALBERT York most interesting and exciting embracing Mr. unparalleled experience for four traveling the south in tlie service of the at the of the with our armies both East and during the two years of the his thrilling his for twenty months in seven rebel his and journey bv night nearly 400 It will abound in stirring and contain of the incident and romance ot the war than any work Horace Greeley great many books will 3'et be written this in addition to the many already in but not one of will give within a similar compass a more readable entirely froni personal of the tendencies and of the Rebellion than does the unpretending narrative of Mr. energetic young and especially returned and disabled officers and in wani of profitable will find it peculiarly to their We have agents clearing per we will prove to any doubting Send for BROS. 148 Fourth 34-3m Cincinnati.Ohio. side 20 Dealers Drugs and soutli side public lery over the Empire Drug south side in Dry Goods and G west side public Reed's old DUNCAN and Merchant Old north side public In Old Branch Banking west side public Proprietor Barnes north corner public the To wn S. A. Practicing Physician and third door Irom north west corner public Dealers in Boots and north-east corner REED Dealers in Boots and north side public Dealer in Dry Shoes and south east coTner SKIRT FOR 1865-6. Invention the Age W. Bradley's New Patent Duplex Elliptic Spring invention consists of Duplex elliptic pure refined steel ingeniously braided tightly and firmly edge to making the most elastic and durable spring ever They seldom bend or like tlie single and preserve their perfect and beautiful shape more than twice as long .is any single spring skirt that ever lias or can be wonderful flexibility and great comfort and pleasure to any wearing the Duplex Elliptic Skirt be experienced particularly in all crowded railroad arm for promenade and house as the skirt can be folded when in use to a small place as and conveniently as a silk or muslin lady enjoyed the comfort and of wearing the Duplex Elliptic Steel Spring Skirt for a single day will dispense with their For and vonng ladled are J e wira 2 thread and will wear twice louij as the single yarn covering which is used on all steel hoop Tlie three bottom rods on every skirt are also double and twice or double covered to prevent the covering from wearing the rods when dragging down stone which they are constantly subject to when in are made of the new and elegant corded and are the best quality In giving to the wearer most graceful and perfect shape and the most comfortable and economical skirt ever of the sole 07 and 7!) 81 Reude New sale in first-class stores in this throughout the United States and Havana de South and the West for the Duplex Elliptic Spring Ten old author thus rymes a divine heaven shall dwell all Christian know and keep biddings tO active old aid our young readers to remember these sacred we transcribe for their use the lines originally written in one of the registers of an old parish in England by one Richard the They belong to the year 1689, jend are written in the quaint spelling of the which thou no other God but Unto no image bow thy not the of God in Do not the thy father and mother And see that thou no murder vile adultery keep thee And thy state be no false shun that blot What is covet these thy in my And let me not from them Dying and the the numerous touching scenes which have been witnessed upon the and in the we have seen none more affecting than that described in the following City Point a soldier was near his and requested that some one would read the scriptures and pray with A delegate came and began to read the 23d When he had read the fourth I walk through the valley of the shadow oi I will fear no for Thou art with said the that verse The delegate did so. it said the dying It was read the third He then took the precious volume in his opened it wide and gazed on it for a then laid it open upon his folded both his arms over and there held it till rod and had comforted him to the other side oJf the able to attract the mind's small who eat regularly of plain usually have no ore wiry Alter dijes like Here the London which never be toward our with ithe If Sherman's and in one must a the if the squadron which and the Little Miami Railroad is a station called A new brakeman on the who did not know the names of the was approached by a stranger the other standing by his train at the who this train go to said the the stranger Sc AND Special attention to Operative J. W. Physician and Office one door west of the 3iead AND CALL THE ATTENTION of the citizens of Bedford vicinity to the fact that l ie keeps for and manufactures to Buffalo Sorso every variety of goods usually in such an Shop east side Public Ind. 64y is hereby given that there will J-M be a meeting of the of the Bedford Branch Bank of the State of the purpose of electing for said Branch for the ensuing Said meeting to be held at the of tlie between of 10o'i!j(.ek A. M. and 3 o'clock on 2<l day of order of the of A. M Main South 7tli 8th. K Wholesale Dealer OF ALL BINDERS CARD had nearly twenty years experience in this branch of 1 feel confident I can make It to the interest of all persons buying to examine my stock before making their by mail or shall receive prompt market price in paid for Hemp and Grass said a returned at a late anniversary us avoid sectarian The inhabitants of where I have been laboring for many have a proverb that you bathe a dog's tail in oil and bind it with you cannot get the crook out of Now a man's sectarian bias is simply the crook in the dog's which cannot be and I hold that every one should be allowed to wag his own peculiarity in there be e on earth which angels cannot and which they might almost envy man the possession it is the power of relieving I there be a pain which devils might pity a man for it is the reflection that we have the power of doing good Dut that we have abused and perverted it to purposes of vas ever set in the field like Many of the rakk nM file were laj such men as would mix society and be Pall Mail Mapy of rode their own mares tiae had brought Imi They were accustomed to good and rich They had .in high and awaiting their the best regiments of Massachusetts and the Western in the And strong in number as in 70,000 fighting men of the blood in counted after all the had been left What were they do One thing was to defy all military and at the risk of their the art of of writer in Monthly proves by that longevity is in exact to man's educational provided his health has over mental It seems that increasing and decreasing the average length from 25 in the 35 in and to 4.5 in the best educated communities are the longest and uhe educated soldiers live than the more and to wear a charmed not so against the bullets and bayonets as against the effects of privation and even severe on their constitutions and of goes week after don't understand persisted the want to go to why in thunder don't you wait until and not come bothering around You can go or any other day 3^ou you answer a civil question Will this train go today to Morrow It will go and back rare stranger who wanted to go to Morrow was about to leave in another who knew the station alluded come along and gave him the required poet is thus described by one who saw him recently was dressed in a very rather negligent and his curly gray hair hung in long and shaggy locks down over his so that I could not see his phrenological but he truly had the passive have heard credited to i and was nervous and He wore a rather long beard and both were ather plentifully sprinkled with t lough originally very ilis complexion was his nose and his face bright freedman in Richmond was striving to make a balky horse go when an standing don't you him I can lick him into The way been to lick dese and couldn't do relief in diptheria is said to be found by placing cayenne pepper in the and dropping in live coals and inhaling the steam from a It gives the strength to throw the detached besides affording great relief in keeper advertises in a New York gentlemen with pleasant also one or two gentlemen with This is a match for the steamboat captain's card of a water 25 Children he had at the out of of of of thin oi damp of reach of brandy and water of of unless you are in of of bad and by that out of one gives the following for a bedstead in strong and will depart from it. It will be necessary to repeat the operation once or twice during the as the saline property M I S C E A IV E o 17 Joseph duly apprenticed to me to has run away without just I will give the above reward and no thanks to any person who will return him to I will pay no debts contracted by him on my Nov. 29 DEAH" Ti. 11 p o w d. e 1-. Agent for the sale and Miami 290 Main between Seventh and full supply of Rifle and Blasting Powder and always on hand and for is hereby given that the signed lias been duly appointed Administrator of the estate of James late of Lawrence by the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas of said Is TYKE of Great eaters never live A voracious so far from being a sign of is a certain indication of Some dyspeptics are always feel best when they are but as soon as they have they endure torments so distressing in their as to make the unhappy victim wish for The appetite of health is that which inclines moderately to when anc when leaves no unpleasant Multitudes measure their health by the amount they can of any ten per nine are gratified at an in crease of as if mere bulk were ah index of health j in excess of fatness iii decisive proof of existing show that the absorb ents of the system are too weak to discharge their and the ten dency to fatness in until existence is a burden and sudden death closes the lar inquiry will almost unvaryingly elicit the fact that fat persons however rubicund and are never and yet they are en While great eaters never live to an old and are never for a single day without some some feeling of and in his Journal of gives us the bit of wisdom and butter are the only articles of food of which we never from early childhood to extreme old A pound of fine Hour of Indian meal contains times as much meat as one pound of roast if the whole product of bran and were made into 15 per more of nutriment would be the the coarsest is thrown the very part gives soundness to the and strength to the Five hundred pounds of flour gives to the body thirty pounds of the bony while the same quantity of bran gives more than 125 Saw Her but a wore a handsome crinoline on the day first we and she scudded like a with a cloud 6i canvass As she swept along pavement with a grandeur fit to I saw her but a but methinks I see her wind was on a and as as a and it. played the very dickens with dimity and The gaiters were which her feet were made to her but a yet methinks I see her shut my eyes for I didn't want to a display o pretty it wasn't meant for meand until I lose my senses I'm I never her but a yet methinks I see her of our sayings have a When one calls his comrade a he is only paying a compliment uttered a thousand years An on asked are the fortifications oJ your pointing to his man you see is a Paris letter writer says there has appeared in Paris a long black well known to visitors in Spain and Southern Italy as the advance guard of This fly is thought to be suggestive of the helps people to understand its and as something of that it is worth relating that a publishing house in once undertook to publish a work that should be a perfect specimen of typographical After having been read by six experienced proof it was posted up in the hall of t' and a reward of offered to any one who should detect an Each page remained two weeks in that and when the work was issued several errors were one of which was in the first line of the first John Morris was a chronic One while returning from the lie found locomotion and brought up in the corner of a worm he remained He had been there only a few when the minister came said do you suppose you go when you come to die if I can't go any better than I can I shan't go any replied Uncle First our eaders remember the fact that the late election in South is the first the people of that State have ever held for that as well as the Presidential have been chosen by Let us hope that with institutions and slavery the people of that State will learn Republican is put upon the fourth finger of the woman's left because in the original formula of it was placed first on the top ol the with the the name of the then on the next with the of the then on the middle of the Holy and finally on the with of our recei Gen. Logan has been offered the Commissionership to Gen. Sickles will be sent to one of the South American while Gen. Kilpatrick has been appointed Minister to woman in New while beat and frightened her husband to The jury found that he was and that her treatment hastened his and so she was keep coffee long in a tin coffee 9s the vessel impart its flavor to the rather the fluid will abstract coffee where it will not imbibe for it takes it on Whole cargoes are times lost by the presence of allspice or Trot on the trot on Fashion NeW on the 10th, by the gelding matched to beat 2:19, he accomplished the making the mile in 2:18i; first half mile made in 1:6^. having threatened to fine a lawyer for contempt of the disciple of Blackstone said have expressed no contempt for the on the I carefully concealed my are many young ladies of the present day like the lilies of they neither do they yet Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of the being asked by a why there were more women in the world than is in conformity with the other arrangements of always see more of heaven than ruins of a very extensive aboriginal city have been discovered in the forest of in the province of The temples are of immense some with and so well preserved that ancient paintings appear The courts are filled with hideous grotesque and pyramids surmounted by the is said that the Princess of Wales nurses and spanks her just like any other isn't has a population of 60,000 3 places of 5 with thee in and some 500 drinking said I've got about through with this I shan't enjoy much more
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