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Connersville Examiner (Newspaper) - August 21, 1872, Connersville, Indiana M. Dollars Per Annum in at William c. at win law tho l s AND W. in City Claypool's oa opposite lUo irst January 6tb.lS69.__1-t-y g. h. m. D. eye and ear in Central to 17, 18T2-v.'iDl7tf _ hotels. W. MAXWELL H. C. STREET 5. o E R s E. IX X p. h. - - Terms and the Table always well 0. on Harrison in rear of bourg from 8 to 12 a. m. J P. L. 1 O V GilT Y 5. august 21, 38. Morrow i Hat - v. i CARRIAGE and Buggy sounded at my office and Bane without waiting for a reply to bis rushed seizing my hand with a looked into my with eyes brimming over with mischief and hearty good in the name of the did you come from this as soon as I was able to command mv isn't it old I became tired of and flimsy and I thought I'd a by way of I came to your city all employe of Crank employe I in my brain digested the that my elegant Bane in of his strange conceived the idea of serving the firm he had he taking a chair and lighting a have tired of unsatisfying routine of I am smiled upon and caressed by the fair because I am Bane a good enough and because I am master of a fine of a mansion with a brown stone the envied of a goodly amount of bank and like I say am tired of and as I am old enough to I am determined to find some one who will love me who will my society to the and devotees of you needn't stare your eyes out at I every word I I'm in my proper I should act according to my of 1 at should summon the proper and have yoti in an asylum for all such for I verily believe you are old Tm just recovering after a long of he with a musical at the time puffing a huge volume fragrant smoke from his tried to convince him of the utter of his but my arguments were on and he soon left me. as intent on his project as when he next as I glanced from my I saw him mounted a dressed in coarse his beautiful curls in the and bis fine face flushed with he threw a half-defiant glance at as his rough vehicle rattled and with a sigh fell to on the absurdity of nature in and of Bane Darwell in by any and lucky chancel ever become I'll never voluntarily place in any such I 1 busied myself among innumerable and illegible Weeks rolled 1 saw nothing of except an glimpse which 1 caught of nim as he my he is too much occupied in bis new vocation bestow .i thought upon an old thought as with a I tried lu the subject from my holidays drew had to give me a assuring me that he well satisfied with his and that he found a young lady who was the of liis wild dreams of truth there said a party following 1 will to secure vou an role of eaves how could you be so a sweet in a distressed know you have encouraged led him to believe that you cared for and he is so so and above so good and I should be proud to win such a be a was the in a ringing would think you were in love with him If persons will be so foolish aud conceited as to aspire to marry their why they must to be trifled Marry Bane my uncle's Fm not insane I 'tis not the man whom you will one day the if you will have it you are so much interested in the of uncle's I you ought to rejoice that I have you may win him you are replied the other in indignant only hope that I may be fortunate to win one so even though he be ever so I have money for thank she rose to leave the as a tali from the and I crouched closer in my feeling a at would be next day called to see although liis manner Avas somewhat no allusion was made to the of the previous that he often came to see and ap leared more like his old though sti 1 attending rigidly to his duties a grocer's He of Miss but more frequently the name of Lucy dwelt on his He still continued visiting at the house of his and I having become acquainted through often him there of an It was a little curious that Mr. Crank and his family should be on such familiar terms with the poor but he was so and the ladies it was really a treat to enjoy his evening T my friend to the house of his crue and we were in the with all the members of the family Mr. Darwell and sat apart from the absorbed in the examination of a book of though I thought it quite that should be so utterly oblivious to ail Bane had seemed of late to ignore the fact that Anna had refused at I was puzzled that he had never by word or the fact that he had overheard the between the two girls on the night of the that Langdon regretted that she had not accepted but if she it evident that her regrets were for he treated her with a cordial friendliness that utterly all busied myself in attempting to the to Miss Lungdon and her was when Mr. Crank without giving a look to any one else in the seized the hand of you sly impose on us at to I shall read aloud a letter which I have fumbling in his he produced a and New Yours is at hand requesting an extension of your without extra This H. Wac ny the Aii in the on well ain more as a member the than as an It by this means that I with ladies of I attend the won't dear I am anxious to hear your opinion uf of sweet j Anna Mr. I must I that 1 love while I only A ' Lucy IST C i i the curious fellow 1)1 is a anu waru and the other is a friend visitine at her are to on suca a sum e would refer Bane who is one of our directors and largest We von mav if mv of the two j that he is at present in your is 1 will endorse your we in the estimation of your a certain in the State of Alabama stood a small grocery or whisky where and were dealt out to the unwashed at five cents a or cents a The genius of this delectable institution one among various had a domestic black as the ace of This crow had among other to repeat quite plainly the words which of heard frequently in the During the of a knockdown and out the crow and flew to the never to three miles from the grocery was a settlement meeting old tumble down only used on certain a circuit preacher came that Into this building went the taking peaceable and two the church was thrown to and a very large crowd among whom was a very old who was compelled to use crutches In who took her scat in the front and was soon absorbed in the eloquence of the The reverend gentleman had scarcely got under full and commenced thundering his anathemas at all grades of a croaking voice from above uttered the ominous preacher and congregation looked aghast at such into his neighbor's face in to detect some of Quiet was at length and the sermon but ere ten minutes the ominous again electrified the and just as the preacher cast his eyes upward in of the the crow flew down from his antl lighting upon the calmly surveyed the terrified crowd and ful Avas Giving one startling and electrified glance at the the preacher sprang from the carrying glass and all Avith and set off at a pace through the closely followed by his horror-stricken had piled out of the building after In the general scramble the old Avith the crutches had been knocked in the she unable to and on observing the Avas after to beside and up at licr croaked the old lady eyed him savagely for a few and then burst a tone of reckless and damn you I nothing to do Avith getting up this old Methodist you know The poor old had mistaken the crow for the and if to propitiate his Satanic majesty by denying all complicity in the ' Tlie full of just such is man marries the prettiest girl in the place is said to be a lucky and so of him the highest prize in the or by some fortunate turn of clears tlie gulf between Avant and in an And yet the historian of ail time tolls us a terrible and certainly the men become suddenly of unearned millions die in five years a farmer drew a of a million dollars in a The whole country another steamer put out some years from Hull to After it had been out a little a hurricane came The ship Avas it began to and the fire in a minutes Avere all init They hoisted the fore and but the steamer started for the aud struck She All of the crew and passengers Avere lost save These nine people clung to the It was an Sleeping night in Longstone Avas a girl heart and comely In the morning she came out and looked upon the stormy She saw the men on the rigging in the She Ave must get our boat and save those nine said the boat could not a moment in such a But she Ave must She determined to go alone he Avent Avith They got into the she took one he They pulled until they came to tlie Avreck and took the men on and pulled and until all Avere The humane societies resolutions of Men of sent hundreds aud thousands of dollars to that brave And after a she put out on a darker and Death the dukes and and mighty men and women of the country came and sat down to in they never again see the face of Grace 3lati. July 1st 1872. There lives in our a man who is the father of fifty legitimate has been married to five different No. 1, 13 by No. 2, 18 No. 3, 10; No. 4, 6; by No. 5, 3. Thirty five of these children are still a year Avere killed or lost in the Confederate and several have died natural Thirteen of the of 10 one subsequent per 05 terins to yearly every description executed neatness aud dispatch on very GOODS FOR a N I looked at Avith a flushed cheek and arose and said I have to apologise to you your family for the part I have been I grew tired of being for my and not for and I conceived the idea of performing the role of a poor I to your and reliable I Avas his but he has since died from a of induced bv his good thirty his only son has turned to be a man first bet on the race first deal at the card first risk at whose maiden and from same of No. 1held office in the Gallaway Piatt Confederate Bums Of the children by number 2, there Avere four in the Confederate army in different By wife number 3, there Avas the A. and two in the Heel making sons in the Confederate This man is healthy and I him as also his number 5? and her she is Avith mountain of of fine and promises to still add to the population of this I if required produce the of this numerous to the truth of this I can tell more and things of this but it is Printer many things are in our of Ave I challenge the to produce this man's equal in all foregoing is furnished us by one of our most reliable and respected Baltimore Sun notes the remarkable decease of the volume of and other streams in the vicinity of that and falls is now reduced from the respectable of a large Avith a strong flow of equal formerly to 10,000,000 to an insignificant little three feet and at after tAvo of drv equal only to a of 1,000,000 gallons per is the common remark of old of this that Rock creek and other streams Avith they have been familiar from boyhood have diminished in at one half in the last this rate Ave may anticipate that in a not distant future we shall have no streams at is no novel once fertile and is an paper advertises for for We like them should like to sail on and and never the shore said a venison because it ish I eat mutton because it ish claims to have made steel which stands a test of 240,000 pounds to the square has towns and villages within her and contains but two insures his life for enough money to send his body hor ie he great Ludgate is to be Avith Avood at a cost of three days 14,000 barrels of stores were shipped from South to foreign great surgical take the cheek out of a and the jaw out of a scolding in lias a boiling in which meat and are cooked Avith ciin I go this to the politely queried dressed a load of hay Avent through this friend of ours has named his girl It is horrible to contemplate how the boys Avill the action to the she gets to be New England people are accused of being annoyed because urchins go swimming the entire bathing suit consists of a rag around a is now that the periodical outbreak and spread of cholera are determined not by local miasma so much as by causes the earth considered as a you won't feel ashamed I am so an eye to the main the better chance for you to my young lady suggestively it Avas not good for Adam to live single when there wasn't a on be Said of old bachelors Avith the full of pretty young man in Poughkeepsie made a call at the house of bis and after he got there he found that the house quarantined on account of and he had to stay there a Eice Avas arrested in and fined and for a he had persuaded to ride his trick but rode the beast too well to please girl Avent between undersigned inform and may 17-tf -mhs. of the without giving me time a situation Avith I ' aud 1 no moie of hini until the have endeavored to perform my will cheerfully endorse your inking you and your meaning glance at and that sho a larce flock and i i all of the the by Avith A. OF Veget Butter and Fresh Fish and stock of the ab ve always on Oysters will bo in the best Our friends are invited call and ace at old Central CE O H e. an of in he practice of t as permanently located whore ho will devote his whole to the treatment oi 8 to 11 A. 2 to 5 M. Wesl South of Court April 19, Slit's ind. served at all and with all luxuries of the at reaso nable the Best We will pay the market price for Turkeys and Wild Cincinnati and Lafayette ALL RAIL and Indianapolis to Kansas St. ALL Route to St. and W. E. L. Ticket MO of the Darwell there before attired in an elegant which was in ill keeping with his as a Of course 1 Avas introduced to tiie ladies ir. and at the Kane my not Do vou that I love question at a if you i do think her pretty aud very sweet I I tell my she is destitute of the mercenary actuate ladies of ray in my her beauty attract the attention of many a she her kindest a could not dispute his in regard to her and he went lustrous bewitching eyes of midnight such a olive such ebony I are talking about another girl I was ing of the girl with blue eyes and he is Miss What do you think of the Miss have had little time to I for I felt to my to judge of by their that he was greatly deceived in the disposition and character of his soon left joined the lady in and I saw them the with an 1 passed out of the crowded rooms to enjoy a few moments in the cool On re-entering the feeling somewhat to mingle the I sought a quiet where I was not likely to be I entered a small sort of at the extreme end of the The gas was turned so as to afford only a partial and I sank upon a thinking to enjoy a for I certainly felt in the velvet carpet had not echoed my and I had but a moment when I found that I was not alone in the By the dim light I detected the out lines of two figures at seated by a I was about to my ears caught a few which arrested and decided me to even I was playing the you have regarded me all tlie same for me a jwor I now ask you to congratulate me in having secured love noble me for myself for until this she believed me aud she has promised to be my Crank glanced at and covered Avith confusion at having their engagement thus buried her blushing face in her while evidently enraged at the turn affairs had hurried from the Darwell assumed proper station in and ere long I received an invitation to his Lucy Merton became the wife of the rich and elegant Langdon is and no doubt regrets her foily in refusing to wed the grocer's to Civil Rights has gone into force in the District of It imposes for making any distinction in serving respectable guests on account of and conspicuous display in public houses of of While in some of the restaurants food and drink have been to all colors alike as others have put cards Avith enormously large prices on a heavy discount being made in case of so as to accommodate them at the usual At one leading saloon on the prices posted up are as two dollars per five tAso one all mixed five all one The of fare is as two two bam and three boiled fried bread and one dollar fish of all two raw fifty Downtown places bave of prices as Brandy one dollar per and malt soda and seltzer and imported fifty cents per mixed seventy-five twenty-five cents to one dollar and fifty cents Champagne and imported ten liberal reduction made to oux regular ticket brings money into his is a ruined the instant the world pronounces him Any and especially a young who starts life Avith the that money can be belter than by earning it is already to lost to his lost to alarming large number of the of the rich men of New York are at this ment Young men are I many of them of of many j good of able and but this demon Drink has taken such possession of them that a fathers broken a is hardly to the total de struction of forest only idea of argument seems to be a resort If it said Horace Greeley's election Avill give the Journal says George W. Julian is a If it is said Horace Greeley will administer the government the Journal by calling Senator a or Isaac Gray a What has that got to with the question of Mr. Greeley's We might the Journal's editor had been a miserable failure in every in life he had ever although it might be that make General Grant a better or man? It is only to throw dirt in this manner to carry the election either party Avill be in Aery good No man ever whom malice and envy could not say and no political party a avail not to draw I them from their deep gant leisure Avas their j The best Avay to save a child from ruin is to bring hiin up to help his i Make children feel that they must do thing to the to help i - i which are their of men ever existed of affection and fori not contain a good many we love whom Ve nothing of others of The bad go along .so improves a child as to make the and neither party can brag him feel that he is of and he j virtue us individual do and that what he does signed by twenty-one thousand has been presented to the Attorney of protesting against for IT the you ever notice a pretty girl tUey Farm in you know hoAv they carry on asked the Avas a fellow who hired himself out at tlie foils the congregation at a or nothing is more entrancing than the exhibition of a being suspended above their plowing through the air from one unstable point to There is a certain degree of excitement attendant upon the reckless daring some men inherit from showmen and they inevitably turn to a profitable The introduction of the and the of performances to it has given has been the delight of and tbe announcement of trapeze acts is certain to attract an assemblage anxious to the advertised and watch breathlessly for they are half afraid to No one understands this better than and no one caters Avith better or more reckless taste to the public He has introduced in his a performance beyond comparison Avith any ever before in a and though its details have been arranged almost beyond the possibility of an yet an accident occured at first promised the most Laselle and Mr. William Millson were on the trapeze and in preparation for the dangerous act known as the for a feat beyond the accomplishment of ordinary trapeze and one more than ordinary coolness and The danger lies in the from the trapeze to a hanging some distance from the trapeze The order is for Laselle to spring and for Millson to him from a bar forty feet from the morning the act was and everything in Mr. Laselle Avas making his he heard a cracking about and disengaged one still holding the the About seven feet above him was and under holding the rope to which he was to stood George Mr. Laselle heard the cracking over his and to In an instant the whole apparatus gave precipitating Millson and Laselle to the the mechanism upon Laselle fell upon his and is sustained injuries iii his back and left but will be ready for North is the more seriously the fifth rib on the right side is and it is feared that he has some internal Last night the wounded are stopping at the Everett Avere doing St. Louis close together to recover She got aud to get her Avas found necessary to cut a hole through the Avall of the young lady in saw a thirty pound going up stream through a narrow watery and damming his chance to she in landed old are asked a railroad conductor of a little girl her mother was trying to pass on a half ' I'm thirteen at but in the train I am only nine aud a she innocently yott suppose that the Lord's Prayer could be engraved on scraps apparently culled from the along the sunny side of the looking as cool and fresh as if it Avere instead of There is no flush no deAV beads glistening on her her are as fresh as they were taken from perfume even her eyes are calm and The starch on her laces no of she along as and apparently as as if there no in the She is only a fresh rose after the sun has kissed off the As you pass her there is a sense of coolness in the the faint her presence is as fresh and refrigerating as the odor of a past ripe How does she do Men Even the dandies give Avay to the heats of collars are their faces have a fevered they look oppressed and even their cleanly washed linen coats have a As for the careless they just go along the they give it they wear no their shirt collars are their wristbands are rolled up very they look altogether unkempt and as if they would say to every is deuced and I don't care hoAV I what makes the How do the women do clean overhung with all sorts of in and the his master told him to cut some he asked for an but the farmer j Ave don't cut wood Avith an ax i and him a sledge hammer to knock and break off the mesquite which they burn The next day John Avas ordered to cut some and was looking about for a his master don't cut hay Avith a and gave him a hoe to chop down the stalks with they SAvindle horses for The third morning the farmer called his man to come out and plant John looked for a but his master don't plant corn Avith a hoe out and gave him a Avith to punch holes in the to drop aud John left the country in disgust at that kind of farm N. Y. culture is not a bad if a man can afford to a ago a worn-out field in Western Connecticut was planted young and cleared last year produced fifty cordis per besides furnishing fencing timber for the and ten cords of wood recent German treatise on stimulants and narcotics estimates that infusion of coffee leaves is used by million Paraguay tea by ten million either pure or mixed with bv forty either as chocolate or in some other by fifty million and coffee by one hundred million Betel is by one million hasheesh is chewed or smoked by three hundred million and is used by four hundred millions of Chinese tea is drank by hundred million and tobacco is or snuffed by the greater part of the inhabitants of the has had a wooden Henry Block was married no out of my are you good said a man to a bright eyed happened to stand in The little as he one replied very make men out of such a's Ave little three-year-old boy in in attempting his Avas by the of his little cry If Nellie Avants to let her It'll be so nice for her to her own Avay just Cornelia of has just failed at her sixty-first effort at Let Cornelia try kindling a fire Avith and if fails she should encourage her brothers to unloaded at One or the other Avill fetch who intended to vote for Greeley and does not feel like hands across the bloody since his him with triplets last She says to beat but he thinks there is such a thing as party lines too young merchant is trying to along in a falsely economical class in one of our Sunday schools hist During the progress of the he asked is and was visibly a boy promptly store that don't the of of the population over ten years of numbering 100,453, there are 49,041 who have occupations and dishonorable not being Of these 1,365 are 29,845 professional and 6,126 trade and and 11,705 manufactures ten vear boy boasting to a schoolmate of liis father's jmt it father can do almost any He's a notary and he's a and he can pull and and he can mend wagons and and he can play the and he's a jackass at all grandmother of a little girl tried to break her of the habit of saying that people and instructed her to say that they were A few days her to amuse told her a bear which Avas hard to After she had the little grandchild looked up in her face and thaf s the biggest I ever would seem that in heavy at iron ships are inferior to those built of Of forty-two Atlantic steamers lost at sea between the years 1841 and 1872, thirty-eight were of iron and Of the line of iron running into the St. Lawrence and nine were lost between 1857 and 186^ and five iron sailing all built in Great and sent to sea in 1865 and 1868, have Morton seems anxious to go into the campaign solely upon the This is not for pretty much all his was produced by the Avar but still it is the boldness of for past record has a good many spots on it. The Senator was once a Democrat of the hardest and as a negro hater equaled any of his If we are not mistaken he was an advocate of the outrageous and the article in the constitution forbids any black man to come into the State under the severest He was strongly in of them No longer ago than 1865, Johnson first began to promulgate his Senator Morton startled the country Avith the opinion that the negro was not fit to be trusted Avith the that he Avas little better than a etc. A short time after that and Avith no reason for change he Avas demanding negro We are no great believer in political that is the consistency that a man to change his but some little regard for the consistency that requires to hold the same views under the same That is one thing Senator Morton has never done the negro or the financial or almost any other one of that has been before the on is just a century since Junius assailed the Marquis of in the has lately to pay a compliment to the bravery and generosity of the commander-in-chief at the expense of his They love him least make no question of his his friends dwell chiefly on the facility of his Admitting him to be as brave as a total absence of all feeling and reflection can make let us see sort of merit he derives from the remainder of his If it be generosity to accumulate in his own person and family a number of lucrative to at the public expense for creature that bears the name of to heap promotion upon his favorites and the present commander-in-chief is the most generous man doctor and a Campbellite preacher riding along together in the out skirts of not long a ragged urchin Avith a string of fish which he had caught in the creek was close The preacher accosted the lad in a patronizing do you call those promptly responded the do you call them they spoil so quick after I get them out of a few days a of oats fell upon a small named he Avas playing in a His little brother being in the barn at the cried for when their mother hurried hearing the smothered cries of her commenced removing the sheaves with the energy of reaching him after his moans had grown fainter and and at last and taking him out crushed and but not fatally Of thought one of his was afflicted with hollow horn last To satisfy himself he caught the and held her by the tail his wife rapped on the horn with a A later a barnyard tableau was aa Schammerhorn soared a ten foot board and his wife has an aperture in her dolly that a week's constant labor Avith a seAving machine will hardly young lady of in wrote asking the best edy for The great farmer a rotating harrow if the surface is the soil is well then seed with Canada If this go further where Indians are plenty and They remove dandruff by -a simple and warrant it never to makes a ready a correct mathematics
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