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Danville Union (Newspaper) - May 28, 1874, Danville, Indiana TERMS Copy three copy six One copy one 7. QKE 2 8 S LE B O T H E R S - Boy With Hickory trW for wd Une import that aad hate the end ' WARRANTED AS OR MONET miA Summer at OUR miCia 18 thread Serge 16 u Pebble Goat French Kid side lace button Oxford Alexia box Calf fig for ton and and Their nad soft down on girl that They may guzzle anil pride ibt ir very high Bat give uo that The boy witU the J and live in tho From of his to his of antl hard work or of Ho is honf r's pare The bey with tbe 5ay his big heart cannot kindness snd Would picture traits If hw shared not with Ihe in fact he's a broth of a fathom how he is But the poor fortuna is That Jim wtih the hickory r. 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- death money less who hope to retain would be free lovo a had eyes he was look to their out of one of if nothing for dinner conies in at the he is to Any one 4 who a portrait of the half the gossip in the social world is of ihe unthinking kind indulged in merely from a spirit of Far worse is other sort of talk which ends in and begins in and which separates friends and sunders the ties of years of intercourse with its sharp antl jarring The only way to avoid this evil is to refrain irom making the affairs of oor friends a staple of conversation in the There arc plenty of subjects at us avoid o. 15. 19-1874} IST X ATI R. courteous very particular as to its and insisting upon a of and sweetened with has recently disclosed a new treasure to the geologist and This is white It consists of felted vegetable like which contain between them fine of This white coal covers requires no and is used in large quantities as It is easily and with a bright on all and P It is stated that at the recent Scientific Congress at Rome two Neapolitan physicians submitted to the a liquid preparation for stopping instantaneously the flow of bipod wounds of every A of physicians have performed experiments with it in one of the happiest of recent and as - Allowed to great of pleasing others lies in our to please said a father to his discoursing on the sweet of tell you a The way to make yourself pleasant to others is to show them The whole ut Our fine IS thread fine M fine 11 fine Pebble B Calf a art Sewed ' - ' and use and learn r 1 1 25 200 and his that he is no J to live From a where is to and more sentiment than and he sure to 4., to a and at a preconcerted signal fQur of his veins were gently pricked with a At each corner table was a fountain of contrived to flow gently into a i is like the miller at to it. Believing j cared for not that it was blood ho heard S nobody cared for And the whole he became and the j world would serve yon so il yon gave ot the doctors in an under- them the Let people see that you tone bini in bis care for them by showing them what blood said a ' Sterne so happily called small where be condemned to in which there is no Ihe sind he would have lived a long whose voice is too still to and Mid the which manifest by u of the he asked in a low i and and little the giving others the dinner of - stall of ox and hatred therewith ten when it herbs and no nx the w now in a if not will he receded br Grant is had a snow storm on Monday of last friends of cheap holding a convention at St.Louis this arq over 47,000 pieces of in every locomotive and tender made at the Baldwin Locomotive United States Minister to has arrived in York on leave ot House Committee on Civil Service Reform will report in favor of an appropriation for continuing the between Prince and Count de Montebello took place near Paris the ether The Count was Congressional delegation from the States which have suffered by the Mississippi overflow are endeavoring to secure a further appropriation from Congress for their but so as tobe the giving others the no doubt is of blood arc in tho in every little at the where loie human yon jn tho silting hilt already about ten W. j 14, to lower their The which to take at the Upon the sub- The which in this stantial and permanent only bv the dripping is tp be hoped for in a cottage the sound of which was where for the so affected the brain of - - poor patient that a man strong he and lost masted undersigned takes pleasure in that he is on bands with Large all kinds Fancy and canal if cident toa by an than tlie s selling retail at - him a mA fo the trials to weather ly Ono bid upholsterer was barbarously some months in his apartment in Paris he was found with his the neck severed with and a matress over the The carried off money and railway He has just been full After the crime he entered ordered and found a bf his victim's blood had dropped them he rose and took the train disposed of the but the old haunted he believed ' it in all was is tho latest cause of suspicion in banana crop last year was made froth oranges is becoming a popular Florida London Standard says Victoria will visit Russia next New York editorial excursionists took in Sunday and 1|nrbridgo' has been nominated for Postmaster to Judge Edr warde has riot had a grog shop for nurse with a mania for her little the of Ky. 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