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   Decatur Daily Republican (Newspaper) - January 1, 1876, Decatur, Illinois                               iaprovcmcnts, and nro L Every Partlcmlw. SweetnosB of for 6 Years. i and Organs sold on in exchange for now Lents Repaired, >NROE [OUSE, imEHWrf ;CAR BITTERS? I lltlM- III I'M' Illllt l i iS n'Hl n irriin I it, HI t u lr arc tiol ilf-i. i nn oDiur inciiiii, itml i l tic jiolut of rrpfvlr or liiiligfaltoM, IhjuO t r-i, Tlclitn" i in I'm Minilh, Li Dili4 llr.irt, I, ia tlio n-fiU'iiH of tlu> 1 red dtlicr pruiiTH of pHli. dim "t r i' inr.uiiru uf li i hair ompliiinto, la vmuur of Miu'lc lit t da MI .vunnui- I I uf nf'. t In ,v UltlflH iiu infiuim i i l.o-ns.ni.ic. n in tu n to r T n 11 il h ro n p i .111 1 1.1.ut 1 Ki'inltti Ml itciit 1 HIM H of I lift 1'lon I M ttlikr, i ni Hitu it h i i f-n nt wrll itio nif ntuf m iliu i in rilicMHir ('oriKCtlifiii r li IM ra! Oryan i I'inipli'i, 1'iiHhrl Inrl- 1! nui in 4 Si til 1 Mr i'.ip -I H, Itch Ulircmi .in. .iinl hhc.tM nl P lexer naiiic OL nunin me 'i- 1ml citrriiid out of (hu KV> tt-in i i (Ho imc of KiPHn lllttrm I pmi liOiu IM woii'lurn t 1 in n the y-InVlii" fvtcni Gen AntH h.iii I'nim -i, i'., tliincton und ChntUon V Y ,t ALKH.H. A Ml dt'HUUH )U and CUBED UTS QIU SH MEATS I I-, rui iiaml. In I ntock. on tinntl a C'Mfn I ol i.l -t'ured Jlatnn n. !i.t Dried TJcel1, Holognn Sau.siigc. id. always on hand. 'll 10, 1S7t-flly LOCK HOSPITAL. Cor. FKAHK1.IS WA8HIKOTCN STBKITS, CHICAOO, Ctarterca IT  inlllluii limJiwlmiJinnOTMnn.. INDIANAPOLIS, DECATUR AND SPRINGFIELD R'Y, ON AND MONDAY.NOV. 21, 1876, IriilDH will ilopiirt troiii untl nrrlvo nt Duontur, dully, except follows IAHTWAHI) DOUNI1 TltAIKH. No Freight IBBVUH Dooiiini' ft m 1 Av Clm'lmiivll... imvtiin.......... WUHlllllKtOll. llulllinoro..... IJarrlsIni arrlHlniK lilliululiihin 'one..... nni limply We a DMltlvo pOKlllnn. i ot CPIivlon In l." 'lDHiuo moiloln of hlKh-lnncil din- uid If plul'irlul Illuatrhtloiit lire ".ili .llv nrKnmonto of 'i' Mc'Wilnur anil ChroiMlt .r  I- i i r i i I' I I I I 'I "l'T I i I i....'.. I iii. t M i I'l FrelKiannilTlokol, AK't.Deciitiir, III. ILLIN018JIIDLAND R'Y. On nnd nttor Momlivv, Nov. Imlim will Ivo uml li'iivii nu follows iiiYe. Couches ron ou No. 2 to CHu'ln- with'Stoto inxn- rlotm llopllnlng inn on HII. B from OhnmrnlKH nnfl Unovlllo to OliiPlnnall. via f. SMITH, GPii' NO. W. UKOWN. Fnr unrt Jurthcr Inlormiv- llon, mldresn M. MOHKI80N, ARont, Dectttiir.IH, sitting down on tbo sidowulk, surveyed November" to, tlio liuidsenpo botwoori his elevated 1'oot, ofpruim) bubbled up iron) Ills nel, u 'i Voltaire hud p'erfdit' hqrror of in qniijitlve povsous. Ho1 sliid to ono of these porBDUfi, arh .delighted to see ybu, but I give you fntr I know nothing about what you, are going to ask m'u, "Augustus tondctly pushiag him from hor, mooolight flooded the bay window where they wore standing, "I think JdU'i had bet- ter try uouie other hair dyon-becausc your moustache tastes BO'much 'like The man who "oarriod out a pro- ject" had to bring The man who np a column of figures" tumbled' down and was badly hurt. "George, how dq'os your nqw horse I regret ttmt I qan- not inform you, for I iiuvcr united him n question, nidy suffur-tiia-ny wrongs, but tlioy do not kneed'proteetbrH. All who urn ublo rodrdsfl thfittuclvcs two' three timcB daily. Detroit, boy the aw- ful quoiy "Which hud jou rallior I'D. be cuton up by n tigor, or liuvu all the tnaplo sugar you can swullor boSt way lor n mim to'acquire a Qno flow of is to slump Ins too against a ruiuod ho lira nn ingrowing mil or corns n his tous. An Irishman in n duel insisted, UH liu was nour that ho should mand six foot ncurur lo his antagonist llmri hit uiiUignni.st, did to him. Suid n Di'truit liidj1 tu n sitiull boy whom sin1 found in llio htrcot, ll o ot'.icr "Will .vim'Htop crying if I give you u penny f' suid he 'lut if you'll iiniko it two cents, I'll B op if it ki Is Sftid n innidori of eighty-five mm- uiorsto her first beau, "when I grow old I shall not forgot this girlish' joy, nor censure those, who' liko us, slake thoir thirst-nt'lovo's sweet fount- A lady promised hor maid 825 lor u murrinpo portion.- f'Why, Mary, what 11 little liunband you hnvri got ''Dear rnpliod Mary, "wllnt could you ex- pect for S28 DA I7i" NVltUERIKS. HRH now ready for lull delivery Apple Trees, EVCTKTBOHS, aiittdo Trees; uho, liundrcrln of Olierry, Pear, Poach nnd Plnm Trees, Grnpo Koots, Ordor at once. Anything in llio nursery set and insure lliis full, if wanted. nnd cata- logues on application to n. W. DAVIS, Box 141, Dceattir, 111. J. R. RAGE GO. A TTOHNKY AT I.AW.-OflWso over A. III. April ls.iK7H-ilwii. __ ________ ic, niicm. ODOR BLDBIDOU, ATTORNEYS at LAW EDWIN PARK, A TTOKNFY AND A. l7 Noury VuWlfl. Mllllkln'K llnitk. OF A REUABLE FIRM. that is.wliatwn shy1, emphatically; so tu P. T. Locke Co, FiiOi n I, 'Where found, truly, HUSK LASS HANDS AYI> 01MSANS. Examine Before Purchasing. C. A TTOKNBY AT AND 8TATB8 Altiirncy for Huron   I ilmt I hoy iwro netting nlMiriniln, wlicn, In n-nlli piw mi ninoh for Itiw wonldbny a a Piano or Oraan for what It nr flfioon OKO Utoroforo wltd 0111-, Iho lii'iuiiy of tonii, cannot lie iinoiilloiiril. WIIMU.U m.i >n of wlilrh, fnr iliirnlilllly inul you will Him In HID hiMinivoftoiiB. cannot lie iinoiilloiiril. Much you will Ilml In HID Htolnwiiy, "liorlDK. HiJlnwBro'H.. A.rturtmnrfe Co., inul Parlor Qmwu I'lnnoK. i.iiil Hiiuluit, Pnokiird, WftlorH1 Conoorui nml I'ulnce OrgniiH, wlileh liavu 1111 nlmoul iinllmlK'O wiir- liacki'd Iiy responslhlo nion. Wolnvllonll to will nna cxiuiiliin llio ilnuxl Hlook nt i'lnnoB aud Oruiins ever brought lo Dticftlur. Old Pianos taken in KxcliniiKe for Sew at tliclr Highest Cash Value. In HimlliiiiuiUiri) K nf A. BROWER BUNN. ATTOIlNKTANDCOHNKKUm Oilli'C III (Viilml llliHtfc. over WK WILL SELL YOU A Hl'LKNDtl) NEW SQUARE GRAND PIANO! wiiii inni rmiiul cornwrs, liiriio cnrvc'il lyro, ronowood bottom, Kip I nil i ll nioi li i K, full Iron friiim1, Krench ur.vnd ivctlou, ovcr-Urpnu rxlrn vrvrii ieils iiKtivOotraDlo, nory rloli mylc of buvel top. frotwooil desk, nnd fully i. For n hiimll sniu lu ivrtvunro, uuU iho Ijalinioi! In mimililv pnvnionlK, riiiniliiK Hum minlfl thrii NowlDlHlnftBmmino I'llVr; uii'l don'i lIsKMi lo ll-i. Lwiulilluol tlnarniil'iiiiiHlonoilillorii wlioarupiiriiinljuliilinn thm-onniry, uml w 111 tHI ymi itnyllilnii Ijiitc'Oiiin iimJ for ynnrHulvm, uml lirliiK your musical ftli-iKlB wlin nrc.luilnPH ol Innlrnnii T1IK HKST A8HOUTMKNT OK GUITAKS, VIOLINS, FLUTES, HARMONICAS, And a Good Lino of fSTA T1ONERY, cl-o., An. WK KXAMIXATIOTT AND for price lint, or come Biid vi, I ,i.'n i., iiih'T "r J .....Id ,n Ha.. l i i.ii. in v I ii o 11 i i nt'' "I Q u'hi nl n tin 'i iinri'luiNor ti'iir-i urn in'1 to copy tlilH a.h HI, III Wlllioill UMiHXllHiHH (inllirHIII 1 Now YorH. KAM'l1. Xa. II i'.'" i ul Tomi ilniiti'................ [.nuvi1" ftcnii "I Term Iliinlo 'i. 1 l.i'ivvc IVniln I "t IM'l'tlH I UOINI1 WKS'I jVw U. Drpnlnr Anlviwat I'um Airlvon rroin llu> Bust'. !l ''i P. 1 I1' p, in. 7 I ll p, in. wip. m. ai p. in. ........ii n r. 111 ui. ADAMS HOUSE, FOOT OF LAKM STREET, opposite Union Depot. 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Linn Scruggs Imvo just received nil numbers of M.idnme Foy's hlciit su d purling oor-ct, Mrs. S. A. Moody'H ilominal comiit, anil the .Inrriuelinc cor- nel. Also, iv complete ol lljp-gore and French torscls, of mulios, and at the lowest prkc. UUlitewtf Crystal Spectacles DR. P. D. SPAKKS. ffO'MffiOJ'A I'll YS1CIA A'. 44 North Mfttn ntriHil, April in. Lizzie P. James, M. D., nOMdWI'ATHX! I'llYSIfilAH ni'rrnnniiiilly locitUit In Dcriiiur, npi-cifiilly nolldiii pKininmio, OliiMrfa and tf OKl'K'K: -IT nnt JJKIn- Hill liook iiloro. MHioh tiWtft rilv W. O JOHKB, Attorney at vf ff- nrKJOKi Alinl miiri', K ml M. A. NYKK. House, PA.INTKK, Paper THANKFUL for uf Hi" ortlm public In fullynol I cited. YOUIl SIGHT. rpHKl'HYHTAL A SPECT A I! I, KH JL iidwiiironMiio aSv tin1 rniiiic in" imr trmloonly, uml dulmcil liviillncli-nilili' iiiiMi, thai fur cloi'iTH'SH niiu illMlniiin'kiioi vision, they liavi 110 Wo warrant nvery to InKt Tnr iniuiy yoarH wlllionl cliaiiao, always rpiiiiilnliiK r'onrntiil brllilaia. They iiiminiwl In Cinlil Hllvfir, Hholl, KuliboroiulSlri'l liaioi-M Vat mli' L> our Agi'iHKonly. CURTIS RIVETER, nnd Are our A'jcntufor VECATUR, ILLINOIS. Nnnp without tlio Trmli'- Mil i It ffiwpciloii uwry imlr. A- CI.AP1'. Mew Yurie. FAMILY FAVORITE! 1 General- Favorite Sewing Machines GEO. P. HAEDY, OVIT Urn ntorr, Kmt 1870-y; GHANGERYOTICE. ployed. No pciMlorh i-m, 0 X, Water Floor lloi'iitiir, June 1, IH JIKlTPl HIVKN to IN K, WrHHl Hint Kltlo Wootl Illwl Nt-r bill (ifi'iimiilAlnl In rliniioiry In the circuit I'nnrl "I Mni'iin I'liniily, Jlllrinlii, plnlniinl, UKiilnM film ili'l.'lHliilil I lull oiilil cnimn IH nnw In Mlil imirl, HIII! llml Kiiiiiinotiii linn iM'i'ti Imiml kul.l ili'ii'iiilmii, 'r.Miiranlili' Into ml'l oimrl ill lln'Cniiri llnni-i'lii Di'miur, ll) MtliH-ouii- IV. on UioFlUhTMONIiAV IN NKNT, wlii'ii inul wlHTi-. Uml nc K. Hlmll mill Nil Hill (nr nfnliiBt him. KDMIRTON MirbKI clerk Clrrull Court, Minwn cininlj. III. NrMirm k Koiiv, Holleltorn lor Compri. ivciiiiir, 111. .Oft. in, A. cnnn nn SbUUU.UU 4> n liuKlni'HH tlinl will nelflvv Dioumind dol- lain In leim Hum tii.iiilliK I will wcurf ,MIII In your In A No, 1, ni rut) __ COLIN rKROHHON. 1'rlrNi'i. HiiU'l, Dcfiilur, 111.   

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