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Danville Gazette (Newspaper) - November 29, 1877, Danville, Indiana V. 29, 1877. NO. 681. JOB - 0. ' TYPE OF EVERY IN A NEAT AKD i Stock of at Private Sale and to 4on't forget to Oid Jewelry buy WATCH AND AND SET thaj can nay J three ftom Kcw York City to away and now hare another of quite a nature to Uot having a very rugged cour 8tilution, I had been trying for the last two to get away from my practice for a little trip of but each time when I would get ready start some person would get eick that I thought I must attend and away would go fill rny anticipations of one morning last on going to SCO the sick I waa attending aii proved so I drove up to our and said to my is now or get ready and we will leave town at Without any more ado she wrapped up our got in the buggy and away we saying to city That evening we drove out country them Jeff Hence enjoy these ' look at will my respected of North I would enjoy looking at your what ia It would suit him here lie would get rid of that Mr. it is opinion that if a man has and is making a comfortable living in or any where j he had better stay but if a hifin is troubled year after year with some chronic or and only he had belter look around for some that is adapted to the of his Talking about those they were a cross between Berkshire and I but not much to that p the next naturally the Morton and the appoi Voorhees drive ing and of electing a a in 1879. It is ndw a decade and a half since without a in idea of -I continually is not a will they be di than to Q Senators are one Of to be elected next fall atl be returned from safely be counted all human Senate wUI be that fame artesian the have acknowledged and the fact that so much There we found our is raided in this leads me honest county A. | to predict that the time will come when from the labors of J this will be as great a hog country and Jf Ue got ou j our litlle girl that He has been my native A corn field here county clerk for and was hooks like a young Each stalk just a short time for four j has troni four ears and Jt is years lie is one of those unusual for ear to ch a more even that least 53 of them wii Tn 1874. it is to dinary and will is of The was at its and districts shut out louger e sixteen and ten are to Which can In the of a an VC |m are I of i 33 Ars tbe Scribner for for comparative that is a matter which rivals the oyster itself in In Washington or the oyster dealer will admit that It is quite possible to good oysters of Chesapeake but lor ho will tell yon is useless to look to any other The sure that the estuary of the Delaware is the perfect oyster's only local which the of New York attributes to a deplorable of what a first rate oyster really is. Doctors and the unprejudiced can only that anywhere between the parallels and 40 degrees one may find oysters worthy of nuy in New York the favorites i first and the variety which sist has been exterminated theSe many j They only as direct descendants from the colony about the original Saddle but in man other in Long Island Sound for it was not a distinct variety that gave the name its f but only au exceptionally thrifty j chance-sown bed of the common grade of oyster that artificial easily and constantly i A A Next in mentioned Q W from South Lons Island the same as in The pro of Shrewsbury N. ' I ably conic these were j transplanted natives of Newark improved by the able waters of the but 1 wo are the i. as a AND HIS STOCK Democrats that can't be beaten in high yon cannot reach account of niv | for I wouldn't mind that so Some of these } pendent I AL I nmv tell von about a T and with J. and fever Republican or To If I en her a lot of she never enten The formerly sheriff and county about one j clerk of alter another rent the niv j j shv one word about the grief 1 four members 4> in a very impressive i experienced on the death i Warren Henry and r returned Indef which a i of the did concerning our globe would j appall mc into To think of this jball and spinning about the j Even Marion to be an its covering mechanics in comparative thickness than a M. orer nt and ils pulp a seething | to feel that we are at the ot returned No forces thai lash it like a lop around and walking the of greai and wise All the ' who knows ihe and of Iho raving llames floor wi th ihc darling but tiie j in united in praising al complexion of believes boave and beat for veni not moie increased in force and No no ability and The following is from the of this possible lor similar to be of ils surface inhabitable made next The foto for i by man seas around a better ic heats smiling his polar the air of a 1 f is a fair sample of the sentiments of in- i were plenty threatening his ini uid airs laden j arose to heal This I people A iter i upward of The with sea winds charged with by the soap j an his Ihe editor carried il with water and holding it over I or for about O i The I has its 1 Then we took a civil Unvc a j nini true tUe iOnU 1 or bv 5.400^'"Piio; hurricanes hovering in T. race bf his in the alo wiU his in of iii the Heid as in 1S74 the pur independents and Uiv groat bo and In of a place of and will be three and a part of DV the conditions ol life thus i on the delicate oscillations of powers over which the wisest man in powerless as a worm to think 1 and not to have any and I have in a Power superior to these pitiless not to have an it in the hot Inid it cm our and in five minutes our babe was sleeping The next A 1 with the loft of nud the to the look us to the town poem I mation of any and it is only i agerie as of a man at rest in | to if Indiana j what it is. and not feeling that it tlie son and Donc lo u. mnn n. w is WeMas m. and will do unless a oy a ceaseless from the that of 1S72 sweeps | ger of the I could as Recent elections in ihe j easily of a person his do not reveal ihe for- home unconcerned in an uncaged miles further and we were at the j meut and village of one of places I ever Sit is a new yet it already has C. At block public attention given good as any and thai means as O. cnn be found anV At of our The beauty of I place noi so niuch ou the city oror on the five and ten-acre - * it. a J. B. HARLAN A 80K, Ind. Gm in building wp that it. a of grand mountain is really Kich of the small | farms that are sight of village is closely set out with fig and other nnd by you of kingly laid iif the mid in Patriot o'er Ihy User Ihc war's dark wordi of rinsing cheer alt Thy ami us Co of voice The uf iis Still ring to freedom's V. Los 3, 1677. prt their Mr. successor i is embosomed in God Go to will be a my go to the unroofed will go inlo the go So the awful pages of I next vear in better trim than but to learn i It is understood of it to learn that von are Mr. Voorhees is to to the houseless the sense of God as j Slates if his overarching you by his iroU the With J twisting the it will be a personal and a move heaven and solo tent lor your spirit s to win it. Heretofore on such has Jed the in the world was ll his always been a test of its bis personal interest that the German two million four hie personal interest that the especially the legislature should be i Hence his his and his personal have been relied more than thousand small bottles of dicine were distributed free is the but leads me to speak hard-working larmer living near ' bv in this loi know who have not iii the center - the year his influence j severe those wilh j would have been doubly because j other diseases of the in American and J. and L. We driving While through town when we met L. of the great CM 12.77 Law and to Street Law and 8pIftl attention given to notarial Jane 14. at whoever would Scribner for December Edward know hale and this picture of ihe heroine of naw IS active lit a candle and set it upon j upon the But now that he is no shall Jake biplace and of a i oppose ' or Will A- G. j to n Tom Browne or 11. R. W. I hompson man in this part of I spoken of cherry-wood positively there mav be one exception j which stood in the middle ol the She is the very life of ali I which was covered i and while social and literary rocking be Geni or Col. Will or Porter or Gen. is good material but that the American people an i proof that German Syrup | ill cure The result has been j Druggists in every town and in the States are man cannot in necessarily be a of weakness during the will fight for favorite and doses will relieve any to ask to buy in Mrj size io AGE M ian of After a few words wilh these two Indianians wc drove on to the which is about as far from the center of Orange as Mr. is from the c The the two are only a few steps We pot op for the night at Jeff i baa model Foor Ind. three boys and one as be foond That the of Titles and Loan - in five yean on first at eight per she sat upon a swaying gently to and fro knitted and A malediction on the evil genius who invented There never was any accompaniment to talk like the click employment of the fingers relieve irom all gives excuse to all occasion for droopings of the while it does cot in fact the mind at And I will forever with sweet Ing we gathered in the Charlea that there is like came JefTa wife it gives the mixed shadow so much prized by Ihe old like Drug H. M. Smith keeps a square of the The No Peter Funk Republicans will lor a United i phop or saloon connected States be when the lie challenges the closest N. is Into lie keeps the most drug store in the aud liquors of the purest kept | ou and sold for to USE t he organ and the children It seemed as I never spent % happier evening ia my I of good old Undo Tommy away back in and bow he would have being with and that very if be had been there he would given as a few words of good advice and closed by calling oar attention to on subject There never was a better man than The next morning Jeff showed me over Instead of five or ten as most of their ranch consists of and acres of fine land as found in have orchards of lemon and sold one ' ud now only bol out of an ancient as she cat there with the high lights brought oot out by the soft Illumination of the and with her background of Hera was not what you would call a handsome the There was no sensuous beauty of red lips and softly rounded But it was indeed a very extraordinary of passionate and with high enthusiasms shining through it have seen an emblematic face in an title to Che Gospel of Matthew that was foil of a heavenly joy as though there were good tidings ever waiting to be This pure there was in Hoxy as she looked now and her It a face a3 a master have worshiped after he had painted It. So it seemed to as be sat on one side of the table to which it was of all he had seen in jold that she waa In the the in be ra Confederate brigands and their er Copperhead allies in are very I compounded at all Call and sec anxious just now to Ihe number i oldest the of Ihe men rescriptions accurately A officers will tie Mr. a Mansou has bought worth j to repeal the law that prohibits the re- of crinoid specimens from Ready for use in and over COLORS made of strietly appointment to the of those who i which were taken from the beds near While and chemically warranted much iuo service Ol J The specimens nil card sent deserting and boxes about twice the size of an i arms against When the | cigar and with the exception St. O ary of about 60, are beds are pronounced by men to bo Ihe finest in the Ready To Pair UOl see a New York of it la is about to marry a of the Senate and the as fhey hope to not 20,000 nor 25,000, but 100;000 men will not be many for the needs of the if plan of of the army a grand New regiments and battalions will be new including largely the Colonels and Captains of the Confederate is no The plantas talked over in ia correctly understood of army thing to be done is to reduce the and muster out its officers a bare complement for the then and fill it a War Senate commissions - yon desire to in the and best style go to yon can 6he,oi^ie:.be8t selected ana largest stocka bf who is a clerk in the treasury SALE AT H. M. SMITH'S StUl tbe solid and papers that j have lived the hard we are glad to see the old time and favorite Star Spangled This ever paper its year witb 1S78, to be in It ia a crowded with and poems and It is a and be in every every aad fraad is need ever be they will bat read ilie Only 75 cents or with six or aa elegant only 1$. 3 only 10 Address P Ali to same witb and get aad for y aad of a book of 200. A. SHEET OF OF 44 and 4a East SWr
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