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Centralia Sentinel (Newspaper) - August 24, 1865, Centralia, Illinois SENTINEL BV J. W. C. FLETCHER MARION ILL. is If not paid 6 will bo Ten cents per fur papers by tho to city HATES 01' 1 MO. 2 MO. 3 MO. 6 MO. 12 MO I 6.01) 7.50 15.0 Throe Four I 1P.OD 2MI Fourth j 20.00 30.01 HaJf i One 80.00 I 50.00 One one or 10 lines vi make a cent additional will he for Business No- ia local 20 cents a BUSINESS and A. M. communications 201, A. P. M. Are helJ Masonic on the first and third Fridays of each A cordial to J M. J. H. C. G. MOBILE Co. and Shop North of Tomkin's Hard Waro Stores fitted up at shore no- specifications to G. oa First North Centralia J H. HAITO in cnj first door west of the Post 111. B. und General Commission 57 between Laku Vol. SEW SEW recently bought the well known stand of I. Logan in MARION AUGUST 24, 1865. 3XT X Tg TT AT THIS LOWEST CASH A GOOD n every thins offer for arc also MANUFACTURE TO py article of COFFINS of all including Kept constantly on the op the Post Centralia Corn kinds of Country to P. 0. 32T5. Ill lor LIIO respectfully offers his services to tho idles ot and in all and tif Having had nearly thirty year in the old und new schools of I hope to in the of my Office up stairs brie opposite the City Jan. Locust Dr. Marshall's old stac 111. 6m E. M. O. Surgeon mid Will hi entire attention to the duties of hib In its branches in this City and vicinity the Machine Shop Br. D- H. Surgeon and Office am residence on 1st u. doors the J. Surgeon imd Office on Lo cust str one door south of Brick J. C. No Shot's ami oppo site tho Station O. A. Of of Kelson Attorney at Notary Agent for the Charter Oak Life Insurance Co. opposite the Post SOS at Attorneys Will the Courts oE Clay and General Collecting promptly attended W. office on Locust next door of Howe's 111. Chestnut Station Livery StaMe connected with this 8TOREK of and and in Stoves and corner of and 1st South In. Cornor of public on Broadway Salem S. M. Our house is a new ana well built is with all the improvements of the F. with neatness aad si Cm D. J. and Dealer in Wines Liquors and and manufacturer of Pure Clarified Cider 1st North between Oak and 111. Sail opened hy Charles on first below the Merrill mll always bo ready and to wait on OX 10CTST Old Corner opposite the Post W. A. BEGS leave to inform her friends anc the public generally that has opened a store in with a and LARGE Assortment of FAMILY in of ail ground and un- round of every grade and ad Salt ried Wooden and in fact in the hne may be und among their We have a good stock of And in we intend to keep everything you may licairo in onr line Groceries ior tho family for the hungry for the young e Call and examine have to po 111737 hanov and W. 8. VAST Oak DEiLER Patent Toilet and Toilet SO Hoir aad SUM School and Blank PHOTOGRAPH Customers my stock every generally kopt by You that e colae and let uko it You that come and let make it BOOMS Locust St. side of the FITTED UP A GLASS Boom expressly for mth improvements in the from tho old fashioned now ia 0110 and seventy feet of glass ths in pictures superior tt he old fashioned also haung n the art and receiving THE FIRST A Silver at tho Slate together vith all the lato we are able to VERY FINEST ASD BEST the East side of the Railroad Brick 8, 1S64. go ut SALOON 1D. 0. to the corner First North and Locust opposite the Poft 96 Oysters in their season liquors and of tho best Chestnut opposite 111." lAS 1NSUKANCE Of E. oa taut L J. CO'S STOBE OS CHESTNUT ILL. STAFFER BALTZELL HAKE this opportunity to express their L thanks to their numerous friends and for their very liberal and generous go for the past few Although having een favorably anel not having by ay of advertisement any to come to their Rooms r the amount of work we have dono is un- in tho history of in on compliment which we assure onr ons is highly My present Rooms have fecca built expressly for and under OCR A LARGE and aided hy sixteen year's experience in the flatter ourselves that our ar- of light arc not surpassed in tho Under tho present arrangement vrc better pre- ared than to do WORK fl c would then Photographs to give us a and especially those ci we fail ts gat a good as hundreds will We arc that it is difficult to suit tho notions of in what constitutes a good hut it will be our endeavor to make judges irill pronounce i good with the proper amount of Light and I my faithful In the sunshine bright and For thil world is fading won't ho you long And I fain would the south wind Bring More ihe sound to Of the softly On the shores of though the ripples As they still the story no vessel floats the banner That I've loved jo loos aad I listen to their Dreaming that again I see Stars and Stripes on and shallop Sailing up the while old Por Death's last to If that starry baser Should come proudly sailing Ton shall greet slave no Voice and hand shall both be free That shout and point to Union colors Oa the wavea of kind to But ole happy Where he's tended corn and For these many a long gone Over yonder Ko one tends her grave like would miss the She used to lore ia like she is watching If Pompey should beside him she'd remember better How for him she used to Telling him that up yonder as snow his soul would If he served the Lord of While he lived ia the were rolling Down the poor old dusky As ho hia In his long accustomed Then n As gazed oa rock and tree Pictured la the waters Of the rolling Matter dreaming cf the Where he fought hy When ic hid the Stoop his lordly creet of remembering how yon sleeper Once he held upon his Era she loved tho gallant Kalph Vervair of tho south wind fondly 'Mid the veteran's er Still the closs beside him Stands behind tho old arm With his dark lined hand Shading he bends to see Where the boldly jutting Turns aside tho Thus ho watched the cloud-born shadows Glide from tree to mountain Softly creeping aye and ever To tbe Ha I aboi e the foliage yonder Something flutters wild and The come hack to hold on your Help me stand on foot once Ttat I may solute the As they pass my cabin Here's the papers signed that frees Give a freeman's shout Kith aud be our watchword ia Then the trembling voice grew And the limbs refused to One prayer to the soldier Glided to that better When the flag went do wn the river Maa and master both were While the note was mingled With the rippling JOHN visited Mr. Adams a short time beforo his and bund him reclining on a evidently n feeble STRIKES Shado to give the best without a photograph is He remarked to Mr. I am glad to see and T hope are getting along pretty Mr. A. replied ia tho following ive quite the I find I m a poor a house much shattered by It sways and with every and what is tne as near as I can nd don't intend to make any re- Prices and for all kinds of work ou would secure tho BEST largo or call on 6, FOR subscribers offer for palo their Tannery situated st Centralia This is a central and a location for any one wishing to in the tanning bus For ther of n S- CORNELL 111., Juno 109 IRISH of straw don't make tho best It's a narrow bed lat has no money went out tho poverty came n at tho The pig tbat pleases to must live to One may steal whereas another even as inch as look at a Short rents make long friends and it holds equally good with your landlord and Money makes tho tho want of it the When wise men fall rogues come by what is cot their When a good man dies we tears ho prevented from flowing ia j If a man has a full head and an empty tho stomach generally hat to go with tha you are the Pete for me. Else why 3Iose, tllo and exceeding oil And I am To find so much both well with me. I skirmished from garret to upon the oil Ever I became my poverty has been hard to Le I have bored by My credit was run into the ground People thought and a very mean while it They thought I had plenty of so thoy wanted pay down for what Not wishing to humor albeit of a perhaps I will not purchase I I I bought it. Oils well that ends I aud it I drilled a holo through a and have already beca re- with of the fuel being pre- pared for the final that I fear the last boil will end in as great a fizzle as did tho Gap And now I am rich than any maa or any I have lots of money when I have no use for it. What a queer Nothing like Folks here's Honorable Mr. made a camo to Tbs facetious Local of tho gels off a gloriously goSi thing as follows Iha other we lay and our weary brain fusing over tho topics of the suddenly as of serried as they mingled io the What's we and into darkness wo rail against the 'tis as o'er a arm u ur a arm law to every stranger wo a and hia court a fried fish should bo said our anger The servants were directed to wo thought it so surprising just struck Deuced fine Mr. Thres months sinco to It's all was plain And now for a louse on fifth wife brown designed by old Brown on both ends of it. Bed horses with green pink blue colored roano and matchless wagon with black purple blinds with a la clad Ethiopian and false teeth on And a sixty four with that modesty may not be shocked by looking at tbo legs A nd a notice when tho stranger bad cateu the fish to the bone ou one La turned it over and began on the other If ha ho was to be immediately seized and on the third day he was to be put to But by a great stretch of imperial the culprit was permitted to utter one wish each which tha emperor pledged lo provided it was uot to sparo his Many had perished in con- sequence of this ono a count and his young son presented selves at Tho fish served as and when the count had removed all the fish from ono he aud was to commence on the when he waa suddenly seized and iato aud was told uf his approaching tho count's young son besought the Emperor lo allow him to die in the room of his ther a favor which the monarch was pleased to accord The count was cordingly from and his was thrown his cell in his As as this had been the young man to his gaolers know I have right to make three demands before I din go and tell tho Emperor to send 1110 daughter and a priest to marry Tbe first demand was not much to tho nevertheless ho bound to keep his aud therefore complied with tho to which tho princess had no kind of This tho times when kings kept in that a bug should thus do you think a small thus would all the sir 'tis not a Nt my Now becoming sorely round our our pants were and put on our coat and into tho darkness we with trembling and tho eyes of THOMAS With astonishment and gazed upon this son of as he sat upon the Now clear wa hoarsely as o'er head our boot we Tako your presence from my Then with -air aad mien this dear called made his exit tho Made his exit without neither was hia heard not a single word ho And with much elated to doom so we went back to iti OF Every thing is says B. F. of Chicago when it is except little littlo little littlo little of homes are ally the most happy and Little villages are nearer to being atoms of a shattered than we know of. tlo fortunes bring the most and hopes the least Little words are tho sweetest to and little charities fly aud staj on the Littlo lakes are tho a or iu a tower set apart for the on lakes and the day of bis im- thc the tho young man demanded the king's If bis first demand was a bold the second was not so an word is and having made tho promise he was forced to keep and tba treasures of gold Quoth I. UX ry devoted to red backs and oven und silver and jewels were placed i j. prisoner g On getting sion of them he distributed them profusely among the and soon ho made a host of friends by bis Tbe now began to feei the Acd I'll have a park ia the and a bathing tub fall of oil in and a buffalo to as large as Lincoln's and with round tees and square heck and a in some fashionable and new hoop from all my hired and I will employ so many to wait oa that oil I'll have to will be to be Oh Let mo kiss you fur your Ala. And I'll lay a bed aad sit up and bore my friends oi till they cant it. Talk abou sawing wood for tho opening oysters for the blackening Doots merely to see your face in and being honest forty years some rich wan to adopt Petroleum is tho And now I'll live Out of ay house vain w nutr 1 ingly Unable to he I i Away from tbe cold mush 5 warmed up aud brilliant I've struck Peto GLASS may even be turned in a Strange as it seems this is literally f o special tools even are needed any teur turner who has operated on either f the may chuck a piece of glass n his and turn it with the same and in tbe same as he would a icce of only taking care to keep ho chips from his This strange almost n the early part of 1860, by one of our lost celebrated mechanical and light have been but the inventor himself with simply putting it n and generously presented it to ic The consequence that no ne cared or thought about and the ca has been suffered nearly lough capable of being turned to great Let any amateur mechanic ako tho aud he will be rised at the ease with which this giy material may bo out and according to his A discretion is not so much in- tented by never making as by never repeating What is good for determining a. man's weight Tbe balance nt his rose early on the third morning and feais in to tho prison to hear what tic third wish was to said he to tka tell mo what your third demand that it bo granted at and you bung out of for I am tired of your answered the have but one to ask of your when you have granted I sbail dio It is merely that you will cause the eyes of those who saw my father turn the fish over to bo put replied tbe your demand is but and springs from a good Let the chamberlain ba ho turning to his sir cried tbe chamberlain did not see was the Let the steward be said But tbe steward protested with tears in eyes that he had not witnessed anything of what had been and said it was the The butler declared he had seen nothing of the and that it must havo been one of the Sut thoy protested that they were utterly of what had been charged the in it turned out farms the best Liftle books tha most and little songs tha dearest And when Nature would maka any thing especially ruro aud she mates it little is a model but then it is a littlo and the burden of tha tition is for Tho Sermon on tha is but tho last dedication discourse was an Tha Roman -I But aie longer than tho battles they toll of. calls that littlo they love best on We once heard a good sort of mm speak of his little and wo cied she must La a perfect bijou of a saw she weighed 210 wo But then it was no man meant it. Ke could put his wife in his heart and have loom for other and what was sho but and what was sho but little We rather doubt tho stories of great of gold we sometimes bear be- cause Nature deals in almost Life is mado up of is what remains of them day is mado up of littlo and night is glorious with little Multum in in a tho great beauty of all that wo Jove hope for and remember THE OP woman has no natural gift more bewitching than a sweet It is lika tho sound of flutes on the It flows from her in sparkling acd tbe hoart that hears it feels as if bathed in tha Have you ever sued an unseen fugitive through lad that nobody be found who had seen on by a now now the count commit the upon which tbe princess said I appeal to my as to an- other If nobody saw tbe offence committed tho count cannot be and my husband is Tbe Emperor and forthwith ho courtiers began and then he smiled and immediately their visages became it be said hia majesty let him though I havo put many a ajan to death for a lighter offence than But if he is not ho is Justice has been now now We And wo are pursuing that wandering voice to this Sometimes it cornea to us in the midst of onr care aad or some and then wo may away and and hear it ringing through the room like a silver power to scare away tho evil spirit of tha much we owe to that sweet It turns ths prose to it flings flowers of sunshine over the ness of the wood in which are it touches with even our which is no more the imago of but is consumed with dreams that aro tie Once a immortality A coquette is a female who first bags and then backs her Where the lawyers Ulte it for grunted tie laws do NEWSPAPER
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