Danville Hendricks County Union (Newspaper) - March 23, 1865, Danville, Indiana - The Soldiers Must Vote In Tlie 1-^xXO. 48. DANVILLE, HENDRICKS MARCH 23, 1865. NO. 48. a. weekly is Thursday S. Pro one year -One six I -Met a rooster with bobtail fancy timber aud a He i iud we GOOD il 1, 1 V J are queer wipe all tears Av hen a admits that her husband The expression is anci The said he could never lines of counts ns one or 1 2 1 0 1 o j 3E3 life's To know love but i nck huus iTi n 1"!!. tne striped apron in the Slet timber a ibr a and the lie wanted an was in the ace or monkey so did ]. We parted in one suspect that he older and he witli a contusion on his ' - i whose golden hair The music The and wept his grief away crowd Never .aw so much recollects when the thought of red ' J - f 11 ii n nn Vie on to negative descriptions of there is not one perhaps better adapted to than This is a world of a vale of Who is of the human family that has not a And what a change it make in our if it could b6 sa id that fr for adt als by the year or 5>c lo the the those by at 't inserted at the of the inid ivt for the b VI Ket Public fo w 1 'lie tiie 1 ti.. cr V ver to iho writer hereof in their to take rav until learned to strike are our ment or | er five of required in or we them to ViC. Will all r ask iio ir tc n to when me until u past Iiir 1 :i-.- tM their tue will not do a she's used to your arc to Mrs. can arms any took and yon and as on Cony Met before the t ea o can never be Education wHl it's not hours goes over me head without a taste of it. But it's only the drink and not the divil that makes switch me a little with the broomstick or some other a heavy oi J here was girl turned vour and into the arms oi a he a question how by a person can make up for the loss of one or more limbs or any of the When a boy used to be surprised to see a armed man split seemed to do more LIFE INSURANCE burn n i liive like i; ud V The then and looker mt. I anchored on a spot of and heard part company with emphatic and female had done ef much a oit i and slie bid her el and boats forcibly than men with two four and twenty he once at least hours see how ' alunit it. vour I ts the sweetest temper he that iver you laid i and whin he has got all the drink ho he's as quiet as a ly if bating me a for notice now a young man named who lost a leg above the knee on the Boston and Maine when a who can perform with one foot that if any lads in this can perform with two ile will swim like a he can run as fast as the bounding on like a j and his skating is A dozen a a no gloomy prospect of death is to draw tears from our To that bleSsed when our eyes run with are permitted to look and the prospect of such a world should contribute to wipe away our tears for al I our sorrows will soon be the trials of the present when leave when sickness our hopes are when and reproaches come upon when standing on the verge of the grave and looking down into the cold the ej es pour forth of it is a blesi ed privilege to beJ permitted to look fot ward to that scene in where no pang shill ever be and not a tear shall ever be I might have bren but situated i 1 with those nose of mine 1 ( Vir -i un 1;; A. 1 live 1 b N And bvw AT Public V every tici bind to never u. ve temier nut tauke a M. Y. and two feet of the visible thf edge of her i Hoy mi skates whirled round and ili i three-legged woman Everybody pouring in. tRIC may Mart with him on the and i Dr. S. was among the eccentric he is to come out Nor is it of the He held But it is a disturbance of the public course alone that he shows many long years somewhere in the Mrs. our a crutch in one hand and regions of the White Mountains in them to I Granite pulpit window was as a so situated from there was a full y- that can i view of the old 3Ionadnock expa to his quite He will leap a fence high as his i on the power of he recited a ha porth surprise his associates by I from the New noise did make you couldn t have standing back to a fence that will Come which he if ve have faith as s heard the ho crave me intil the next ito his turning a somerset and grain of mustard ye shall say ' this ye be he flog me end up the other nice and a bit of a very had the two lees his stick ior Ot incommoding bp and tried to i | to u ne husband much spring and He has made in activity what he near being M twenty girls fell over .St last I that is the Woman need to WAG ON 8KATES. 1-Oi. ' ci in or tif 1 H. was there Car nival on the Fifth ' Avenue of much it in the Told iny J. is the iny She read of val. and utore M. I would go fur lier if ache seen he if 7/oH have faith as a grain of mustard and should say to old be ye it would worse than boring for pe as I wriggled through a of red fancy ' I was a layman then be a lame man for a to where I have go see T have go feel felt en That Fifth Avenue knocked and about by tlie careless and tell me if carnivals are in reality what her daily ROMANCE IN REAL aud casting his eyes of the who could shodk his head do their and as flexible as old zk is a tolerable big hilli occurs with hut you may try the hearing of one the becomes die people are always more At when meddling what does not smelling one will seek recompense and the remedy is to find in and when the sight entirely something for them to do for the hearing becomes more delicate j to this is the ve a Mr of | passing by a hornet's with a o. a Jr. seeks to fill a vacuum or on his was carelessly aitor a sickness n 1-1 1 1 by one of its Turnine leit a iie aud two small bov - - Kr let tho vous past Clerk of in the tie Second ef every the or iin reasonable is now 1 arrived a hat mine Sip ud Painter Chair corner Chambers K chairs repaired and at short 5., AT to Dee Vf and to procuring parti lioD i of for V fresh anii will sell as cheap as the strictly Cash pr 8a1, Small aad Ready him chairs repaired and at short c3 0 1I she me up to All very well lor those who fore 1 Head t keep on or on top hue as Went Walked ior me. give two corners for fear one wouldn't man to hold me down the icc is so Took passage with fearfully aud with Oscar to the Marched with to the Skirmished which adorned that head to left in direction of birth and not by gone in. Two bands i And that are pants is damaged beyond went to i And cur nose is much worried that skating to this Our cheek is minus a patch with the who were toying on of Mr. and Mrs. Avenue were in The were Niee Cine sweet little dumpling Please give me a hand till I get on the ice. I gave both and when we reached the and she told me she was 1 roind he let them have contents humble u- their own battle through A The Of thinking have something to do eot by the near the was secured to the widow The received opinion is that its upper Time the girl became it have a be | ' a very worthy man nearer to us than nor moved to He was than five hundred But it is im- down by and after a possible to tix any precise by of who leaving youni - of its 33 with two small to return leased its own ed of the single ota her bv the Tlie boy near the ' mass. that more than whiskers big fur a baby 's a fall on the ice. t inr watch a ami the son with his and entire atmosphere is below the something to i a from this world In the 6f foorth is rarified and in a Christian could she liow my heart jumped 1 into my didn't trouble mc even in thought then as 1 helped my angel with pink skirt and i want to striped hose on the she scooted from me like a bird on the so to is in no condition for And if ever head head aches And J. she knows not what is the I told her a Newfoundland dog fell from the and I injured in to save the life of those J. don't lovo and says I am a And immense skating woman who bore down on mc so 1 never shall look on her face and I never he on until he came to the ter he has or he rises with the of sequence of the diminished started kt the West to ' til the height of many miles bo and From man may do of in pi a g at for a 1 cruit one fore Ion to became eyed he nas out a his own and he finished forty subject by in miles Sir John of iis my it is calculated per must extend at has shown at the height of eighty or ninety there is a i faf more than any which birthplace of Robert he saiid Widow of the immortal Your was a And Yankee far more w j aud we can produce by any In the widow of the Merican Being a | 1733 a computed to be half Merican a I 1733 a computed to be half a madam was a 01 an turn of he mile in and fifty miles from the known and the money was heard As truly tave been told was a man sound cannot travel through a I and she Then I fell back WHISPER TO Years all of which time it was inferred that the explosion the reception mother and sister still plodded along in place of the of the girls with another A deeply captivated with the cot by by the near ' Herschel thence concludes that the ocean is at least fifty miles weeks ago last Mrs recognition op Voice oing to the Irom her son Henry w a sheep sear surpasses ail things had been so -i I know A ewe will came with fun in their and ' to that she j paint on their curls on up in the foot of an avenue girl in your lap j that survives love is A i her own lamb's bleat among Made foot in the hurry of getting the j more it's fun 1 deafening I could run to one There such short aud such pretty i strange moral like little barber poles lightning and well as another from she opened it of more a-d Ok And thU i. i pay to to a hole in the gave man half Jar for of skates paid bov ten to strap them aad ambled forth CAPS. AC. of eat aenn WASHINGTON 1 in present year of onr best But heart said Go Obeyed and went it. - - - | but how Kke 7o Washington ' H W. A. T. er Opr feM krir M im six Stal te heroes exist in the brains of authors they say what they cs do what we the lady expressed her opinion all are agreeable with those we in romances j I hare told thousand that have amused me a sheep shearing and then contin les the whole W e put c into a set oUt all the the and then set the of a a little on the Fine Many boys and girls to see me glide rapidly upon the pood in trying to dodge two fifty pounds in short sind red inserted one leg in air tbat air Got cat with aad tW help and went Jost aa a is Una Then to ft 00 already bnt not in to what do you reduce love laid in are sorts of pride of and of I shall not of the none of you being to had made and that the | The moment enclosed draft her to buy | damV said am coming to tte crowd to Tou next and wish you to of finding the mamma which it lefian hour or few hours it a a most looking It wheels and uttering a tremulous bleat of flies from the The mother's voice arrests its flight it flies and for ten or a dozes tha his was the Lit said a little curly headed boy of five Slade a huster Charley Because the and I did sea him giu voti a positive buss 't make a fooI of yourself because you a re good Good hare more men and women than a one We have no what work did first says one to cat ob the At a lata of St. tbe Friands of toast gba mccly because I am going to bring my wife and children with same day Mrs. took letter and draft to Mr. a gentleman i been friend since her The consultation the following took The next day Mr. P. sold the draft in Philadelphia for oTer eleven thousand sif thousand dollars were in S. 10-40'8; a honse aad lot in the town of for five aad the loosa ekane was taken to iu To-day the honse is in and and sister ara patiently waiting for left themr maay years oaa to seak his fortona in lived Mt the goes ask I and allays Mik for what f iV it's and I to bay it's gat fat I SMsi it all long like soma Soft in some generally lye yon piit in it the Henry the spelt in tbe mit the professori of ssy to ia ibat Lord sMs the latte r to lift over tha iha Mr.