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   Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - June 10, 1870, Anderson, Indiana                                 tr—  lli«ÌAtBM-«i ir. MtwUslpH I Tifióla.« Armrnt, tedluafM  1 Ém rtviM «pwtei «MMtim W tiHtfimt-wtéétof Nassl CftUrrh.eliroiiic wd «caM tore Thtos»^, Hoir»nc«« iumI Ix»* of Vole«, Accula. Biónchitis. OoiuuniiitiAa ^eroffaU. Knii>ave l)i>eit«esortte Bkin. af  ìVoBit»». ftml «11 chronie dts«a«ea faitdlaf lè C'oiixiimpti-jn. I have had large ex Mriel le« in (Ite treittueut cnrdltea^eeol thci air pa«t-n^e« and have all tM tm)ir0r«4Ì aivarStesI lor a (Mtn-ect diatfattsis andaiiccessrul treat uviil of iliem.  Sin^lfrtrfiee ClretiiaT on U>Un-h«l and \r/\| O u«n-.u!v.i>tive dì!$«m#ei>. VwIj Z.  orncisHornsiIllinii 4.11. to4r.M. 48»in?| '  ANIIEBSON, MADISON CO., INDIANA; FRIDAY MORNING; JUNE 10, 1870.  Selghtooriiood Items*  WI0KEDI8T HOUSE NKW Y0BK4  IN  The Btú^int Íiitefe9t4 of indi- fHE ana—^Tiie I&diana Surgteali Iilsíítate. ! —  A Brief Chapter in the Life ot  KSTV C.VSTLE.  Tiic w-f.-of l»cior ShÎTslr died on Son ^ . „ ....  1 . -ÎÎ V (). M. To M. of Mancîc. Pftrh»!» onr readen-have heard of th«  j.n acîied in the Presbyteriân chnrrh, lanl : îndlatla Süv«;5rttl íusHrtite.and vet we donht  Suadaj—Wool is oSÍv worth from 2fi to Vrliethcr thert is one in a liandred wLo is  John Alien.  11»® Wiekcdcst hottie in New York ha lolh aware of the macnitnie of the Insti- |f»ncB before the march of demolition. Tlii*  tlltton. The pt«88 thnm:rhom the codntrr, ^^ ^ T?*  . , , . ''|Wat«;rKtreet,anduwana miieralile haln-  ffOni time to time hare made freqnent habitation in which hved one  t, last Mondav—The lather of A ntw 1 it- Such references, however,! John Alkn. wlio tor a long time was the  f>abv ircts u]) i^ix time^ dnnni? the alght to hare «»ualh'been to individual caseu that •"op"®'®'".'»''.''»« of the vile«! d«M that  hate been treated there hit tiCi* than a gener  sTf^nt«—The health of Dr. Griffin«, of  Mi'l J'.etown, is irapioving. — Clement Murphy and wife, left to vinit fiien-i« in the  lor k at it, fthe baby), When he b Ae Farlicr of a dozen, h Won't^ dp to oiWli-^ The MsMsmea t of orer thirty titmpike bomjMies. orgaaindmndferthe mv law, ftn ot ^ tax dmpUeateof Henry cmutty— TIk LtaHiertm Hmrcfa gav* a «ertir«! kit veck, which netted tCO^A donetioB of $100.00 wa« aMde «p latt Week, for John A. Hekhert, who wa« diaahled temporarily from work, by aa accident. Commead aUe orthe cttiims-—The ladles of New Ck»tle wear shoes which are ao hi^h that they lue a step ladder in order to get into them. We sappose thoy crawl ont throogh the toes—The Cohrier deprecates the prac tice among boys of clinging to passing frciyhr trains—A. M. Darr and Martha Cin-.idy h;«<l been indiscreet. They allow-»i lore to ma awaj with arase, and Mar-tha found herself in a predicament. She filled an affi-Urit ag;aiiist her lorer for Imis^ tardy, and the gentle Darr was seat to iail.  evwr cnracil thici city. Who John Allua is a qoession lon^c since hoeo tenkd. Alien  al descriptioB of the Instítnte itself ana the time dnrii« the year 1W8, made pio  He asFcrted diat, like  work it is desired to accomplish. Feeling tlttt it is an enterprise worthy of note, and deterring general eommendation, we shall dass it among dM important moramenu that nre going on in onr State, and shall demote to it our spare space this week.  The Institate was nr^oally estaUiriwd at Charleston, Illinois, under its present managers, where, from aa experience oi aereral years, they were convinced that a mammoth institution of the kind, located  at some ccntral point accessible to the dc^ formed and afllictcd of the whole countrt, would not only be a safe onterpri.<o financially considered, but upon the uniortnii-ate. Froii. itc vast railroad resources, In-diaBai>»li<« impressed itmslf upon thcra as  being that pjint. Ilence, in Jn«e of last'tered About hfm and midc'erery effort to y er, they purdiased one of the hotel build-¡keep him from Using a posiur* badulid-  fessions of religion. Saul of Tarsus, he had been suddenly oon-rerted, and frmn that time heneaiofth lie had iMolraA to lead a life of christata iNur> iu. Howlonglmperaiuedintlnshta of Christain rirtne is well known, Tha How ard Misswn folks look posaestfen of Us place, and at once hegana aaries of mmnk day and Sunday prayar aad eshoratioB aMctings there. AaMng the daront ones John Allen himMl''. He mada speeeb-es on many occasions, and constantly at-sertt^ he had r?8olred to leare hia eril wars and become a Christian man and Itrother. But John failed. Ho fell fn>m ^race, nnd in his fall inrolred many men and women who had come to ròn<lder John as aj-rophet. HU fall was consider-eil A di:<S calamity iti Water street, Bn<1, tli»m;:h he franklV confessed that ho had faiU-d in hit« fidelity to the religictts principles he had es^aied nuiay persons clus'  8ona tiaM ago wa mU^M tha partie-«ilanof aerim oonainirand rtiMWay a( SpMKer Owep, eounty ia whidi a ouuriad nan naaad Skaj^, and a young girl wera the pattie«. The filj^UrM wera pttrstfad •r tlie wifeof BkagM aod orertakan at ^rtinsrille, the hnUianJ was arrested aad taken haeh to Spencer. This week he WM ried in the Owen Clrmlt Co«rt on a^aige ti adolteir, fonnd gttil^, aad sentaneed to six months In the eoàu^ Jail, and order ed lo pay a dna of two hundrad ard  d'ìUars. " > 11 honor to the Owen Circait Codrt.  Jtt<ige  ñ.\r of the  ings the«, to which, after properly rcmod- i^'v.merpn? frr>w the i^lipon, enthusiasm  •where he languished and pined for one ei¡ag ft, thoy nmored their insititutc at ui^ht. At the coming of the day cume Charleston.  Martha, who had been wronged. A squire The building is k>eated on tlie comcr of WM pent for and the guilty coujile were niinoi, and Geor.ria sti«cts, onlvone square married. Whatever sin they may now com Union Depot. This makes it rery  mit in f^at line wiU be kgal-the Sunday conrenieot for those desiring to visit the SchooU went on an excusión to Muncie ^ ^^o hare but a short time to  last WeJaesday-The Internal Berenne ¡„ ^¡t^. HI, fi^^ stories in  Collecti.iui in Colector Grow's District including tiie mcchanical depart-  »larLnc the month of Mar, were $S8,9M,92, ¡n ,ijc l^semcnt, which w rea!ly one wiiich ware depositad in the U. S Deposi- ^f the most iiniK)rtant departments of the tory at Cincinnati, |whole. It is the more remarkable on ac-  KdKouO.' count of the fact that no other institution  The I>.morrat call4 Tom Jay "Old Bu«- on the continent etnie« on, in immediate nsiñ"—Th:cuy printia:; U tobj let ont to connection with the Inititution itself, snch the lowest bidder—The hou.«e of Charles an extensire manafacturing department. Smith was broken into, and all tiie money liere, under tiicir own direction, they mac» of the establishment grabbed. How thev ufactare nearly all tic apparatus end ap-do carrv on up Uiere—Kokomo has nine- plianccs used in the rariou« cases that pre-leen grocery establishments, excJu^re of sent themselres. \ large steam engine has "wet grocery" establishment«.—Fire in. been crecte«!, which famishes the molire mat .>s of the county j.ùl.—There are nj power to run this and other de^artmenU. j«r-=ons ia the poor hou/<«.—John Drum-ii^kiilful wirkman aro em iloyt-d, and when mond ha¿ boa-lit out tiie interest of Mr. « presents itself, all that is necessnry llazz ird. uid wid run a - gr^ccrv.—James :» to make tiie exact measurements, and a. Ila.'íírard has bought the grocerr store jhowcrer distorted maybe the deformo! of T. W. PhilipK—Noah Carter, a well ¡part, a perfectly dtting appliance is soon in known farmer, had hi< leg broken la.«t readiness.  w-."'., !ir t!i3 kick of.i horse.—W. L. T.u- In the woik of the InsHtute, each »ln«f >• n m->rctl to Mooresviüe.—S"Vcn of diseases is apjiorticncd to its siHscial ¿i store; i!i í^itoni ).—r^w Hauck ¡•í':"^'^'«« otnlivcicians. T'lis cn-  a-i il) ',..?. WaUcn. f..rmerlv ofthi;, cit . .hlf-'thorn to direct tl.eiv rc.^oarche- and : rur.r.ine tie Vitv accoramcKhuion'V c t'. one specific oUject. thus iniur-  ' Exi.rcis C\jmi»any'ii office has!'".fi c.-c.i'cr .-a. < ess.  ^ctr. in .v, .1 t.^ ,ti, n mile iron,' OutM.lc of the sn;,c-4oi bíIv mrngcs by  ' -I inp<s «nmor of the cif, Thrrcvi»»'« I"ftilute in die practice of .urt:ery, one • r¡.c. ^rnmcml òown to a fraction.¡«^ -ii^ti-i.-tiv. fc.vtii.-c. is i:s Ihc  I.niit i.n.nn.l the nc v ,!-.,u-cto l.-i.ire e .n  .(•-.Tr<it'.'--iin;r tl.i.. •Ic-jv.rimc-.nt. ft'v- u'1 lic il ííiíH' nlt tiìf U to enter into a deraiJtd des-cri'-lion of tiie riu-sian, IVititr' '.hcnnai.  Oü- r.!vi"x, } .r.v«".  whi''h hnd so lonsj encompassed his house, an<] assuring the pious gentlemen and ladies of the Howard Mission that he was rot so much converted as they thought he was. he offored 10 rent his place to them for a ccrtain amount of money. Here It was that the Imsinera genitu of tha flnan-ctal John manifested itadf. The ollkr was .-looented, and a raissba for the reiom ol ihc rallen women of Water street at onee etitaidihed—John and his wife (he has taken another wife sinee) being retained as superintendents of the estaldiidiment. It is hanllv neccftsrry to say that the scheme failed', ft did fail. John Allen's piety is not equal to the rmrrgcncr. And now the relic te be seen of the Water street reforma*-tionistobefeund at Kit Bums* rat pit, where tlie spemlatire Kit does a big^ business tlum he erer did before the fHons people come down and bought him partial» ly ont.  John looks back with the greatest sati«> fai^ion noon his pious experience, feeling that he lost nothing br his sudden religious conversion, and tiiat nis bank ac«onnt is mu«-h larger than it was before he formed an intimate ac'fuaintance Mith the people of the Howard Mission.—iV. Y. Wortd.  The fermera jnst above Utica, Cbuk ooan^ aM considarably exettad about this time by the mdden appeaiunee of 4 aMn-ster beast. This animal had hae« aeen «ereral times and riiot at once, hnt fhndwt seaaMd to harta no aAiset. No om who had saaa him eas latt what ha is, thoagh ha va* waMca a panther aaora Aaa aar beast. Hahaa heea playing sad haroe with eawa, calrea. aheap, etc. It is supposed dutt hfe dea 18 m the huge rodta just ahora Otica. Umf thiakhaU tlm same animal thai craaaad saeh a /mnn ia Jacksoa coaaty  Ma year or two siace.  OftiM mard^rof If.'s. MeBtie at Er ansrille, the Vineennes Gazette farther «ars.« "It was shown in theeridenee that MeH ilePiail.bcen in the habit of maltreating his wife, kidiing and beating her in the most brutal manner. Last Wednesday he injured her by blows to such an extent as to canse hemòrag» from the mouth an*' nose. One la<\y tcstifird that tho mnrder-Oil woman bled two basins full of bUwd on thatdav."  J Lrdyvr\  of the amtisementü of that city "An ex citing fight eame off between two women In la- the lower part of the dtv. Tlie husband of one of die women stood by and witnessed the melee, every now and then exclaiming: "Li<* her Bi^y, yon'r my wife, if you don't ru Kek you. " And Betsy did 'Uek her.' The matter was a^jadleated in the Pofiee Court.  A Knott-y Speech.  iiiit ;i:'.>;in ¡> to I', (tfivo;;—Tlie Q-a.akcis ((•; l-u'iMiuz a nev; cìiarcìi. f rty hy five.—  u'at ho don't want ' ■ • ' 'vì-' t. ^ „f Washini^ou about  ; would not complete wci^ v. c ;i'it to men-1 :!icse tli!i;r~. Í CTitcitRin i.olhing but  Kentucky sends to Congress one J. P. Knott. This K:iott is a genius with his  pcncil and gets c<imic representations of every funny thing. He is also a genius at the'»usiness of making a 8{>ccch. A few lays ago a bill was before the House asking S18 ),000 lO have Pensylvania Avenue repare»! . This is llic street at one end of wiiich i^the Wliite Hon se, at the other the Cap'.tol. Knutt said some queer things in.l it is 8!ii'l that tlie hrceclies of no mem-:>?;■ .1 full'.omiiljtmcntoi'buttons when äü Lu ì iìiiu'u'l.  Mr. Kaott salù:  Un-lcfstand me, sir. I am finding no  . q( itealin'î hi Too man wha steal«  ■ l i s:;;u l u't n'.] <la'', in chuit ìi, wj.irm;: oaì uf Iiis f >-.vsfi >  '■^■'^'''ition the ad.Pirabk ananicmctn< th: lT,«'i-i^he kindest f^ in tt.e world towards , , , • - ^ • / rri «lihcin a;; I rejoic« to knowthat they are so  has for admmistci.-., n, t v The ^^ ^avethe privileges of on-  r >or!iB uf^ for this ;)t:n)o.-c. nre arranged -oying the fniit' of the Government's niu  , „ »» /n . in a vr^v c. mmlcte mtm:)er, Tho haths' infii enc^ in imjimving "the nation's cajii-  down._C«pt. ,team enjine in the V^tr'^K T  cl tlie i^silcncc of 1). C. Met-' »h • have pave<l and lighted .all their «treets lor  liSfcment. idiem, after we sIihU hnve supplie«! all their  Another striking fen.tnre of tho in^titit* houses with water, after we shall have con-tion is the room that has been fitted np for' tribnted in ereiy possible way to tiicir the treatment of paralytic, rhcnmatic and obstinate nervous ca^es. The machinery  _ . , , . ... .in thk room is also run by steam. The ra-  Two hundred cords ot wood, belongmg  A geatieaum gare his swrant maid tiie foUowing "diameter" the Other day: 'The bearer has heen in my house a rear—asiaas eteren months. Durhig that tnae she has shown herself dilligent —at the house door, fmgal—4n work; mindful—ot herself, prompt— in excuses; friendly—Hownids men; talthfhl—to her lorws; and honest—  everythlngebe has ranished." We hare no doubt tiie serrices of thisattractire  requests oâerfal  creature hare heen ia immense whererer she has exhiUtad the woi certiflcam.  A young married couple in a Wiseonsin town latelr began housekeeping, and the first pnrdiáses of tiie heail of the family at the rillage grocery were: fire cents' worth of soda, fire cents'* W'>rth of salt, two cents worth of pepper, one cents' worth oí chew-  gum. ana m The bni  ingi  !..»> (-■•al  ►ker, and is now a citizen of Kokomo.— Sher;lT Joe Taylor has bought Lindiv's interest in the Mreiy stable of Lindly t, Daris.  «BEKXriELO.  to the Central B. B. was burned, two miles west of Greenfield, on Mondav. of  nous applicances for diseased lims are too jnuiscrous and intiicate for a detailed des-crit>tion in our limited space, and we can  comforts, convcTiience and tastes, they will not insist on our making an ajppropriation to pay salaries to the little vast iroa niggers which I see some geatiemen hare pat ap in front of their houses to hitch their bors» CRto. I Great Laughter:!  But, Ml. Chairman, I hare heard one reason rery frequently urged tor the pass  U.t wc^k.-The Commercial has «doptedl^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^ . of the f this WIl which candor compels me  rhe svstem of advance pavment on subcrir»-! *k.» ».  ... w « L Iwork done in this  Sensible.—Bcv. Montfirt has gone  m. and rwelve cents worth of soap, amounted to (wentv-fira cants, which was paid br the yonng Benedict in -])ccie. and as he left the sto»« he lemarked to the clerk that "keeping honse is dieap* cr than boarding."  SmallTalk fob Siubbt Mbbtiitos —Sharp.—"Hullo, Blunt, how are yonî— Heard the last new riddle? Why's a pret> ty girl (don't look at her, yon sly d }g!)— wbv is a pretty girl, I sav like a bad sUl-linè?"  Blunt.—"Can't say, I am sure. ITmps  'cause she's got a head on. "  "Sharp—Ha! hai No, that's not it.— Look here, you slv dog you ("pokes him in the waistcoat)—it's because there is no pispini her."  [Exit Blunt in profound meditation.]  A clmnken Iiishman reccntîy locked his four chiUlren in the house, near Lawrcnce-hurg, and set fire to it. after driving his wiie away from the ht use with blows. Hi lirtle son managed to get out of confi n-nicnt, and succeotled in quenching the flames. The dmcken brute followed hi^ wife, overtook her, and kicked and bruised her unmercifully. He was finally arrested and the next day convicted of disorderly conduct ! A mild punishment for a scoun* drel who deserves the halter.  A gentleman making a call, takes tho younmt of the family on his knee :  "Ton den't know me, my fine feltow ?"  "Tes I do.sir."  "Well, who am 1 ?"  "Ton are the gentieman that mtm.na said sbe was mighty anxious to catch for my big sister.*'  tion  to St. Anthony,Mianesota.  WtVCHZSTEB.  Mr. Walknp has sold tiie JonmaJ to  Messrs Beeson  Marsh.  department. Some o the cores that have been i>erformed here are indeed womlerful.  Still another room is divoted to crippled children- Here, under guardianship, they Green field, ¡^j^ allowed to plav about, and as their de-  l^oflt the Datrak Ptaaa  UISTA9T INSANITI«  A Man  Takt sane  Beeomes Crasy while a Brother to the li lylim.  to admit almost convinced me that we ought not only approi>riste this sum ot Slt<C,i'00. but any amount that might be necessary to repa've Pennsvlvania ave ue at the earliest possible period of tin e; and tliat is, it is so much used by the ofi' ce holders tliat throng the thoroughfares of this city, in numbers almost equal to  A good old Quaker latlv, nftT lirtning to an extravagant yarn of*a shop-keeper as  .. . 1 . « I 'i-k..^.«.. ..t I h>ng as her patience would allow, said:—  tents, last Sunday .—tin Ihnrsdayot venience I entertain the prof oundest soli- " "  week. John W. Clcoy,UviBg at Lyan, had; iviiea.lv Dr. Allen who is the princiTmlif"'»«^. »f»«™» «^n« sm:dle«l want  . , . . . »J .1! i.stirs mv sympathetiic soul to its serjne^tj  surgtcil physician, has treated more than 1 - ^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^  f^» i^oifsawJcoses, while the nuBiber of ap- iumtimary. (Lai»ghtcr.1 Wiien I seC|t,]^rrel in the fire, and looked down  one of that "i oble armv of maitTrs" bid  A gentleman, who was rather impatient at the table, declared he w}shed be could manage without servants as "ihftv were greater plague than profit " "Why not h-.'rde ofi dumb waiter»?'* suggested a ' friend "O no," returned the other, "I hnve tried them, they don't answer."  Friend, what a pit^ it a sin to lie,it seenu  so necessarv to  a fine horse stolen.  »0«LE?VILLE.  .J. H. Gray rras injured by being thrown f. orr. a bnrgy.—i^runk« are becoming numero ns in the "staid old towr."—Williams, Giger L Durfee arc building a plan* ing mill-—Koblcsville has an Anderson street, over which there Is aome controversy as to how it shall be improv jd.  IICXCIE.  L®n Turner is home again, from sili.—Four "dranks" were taken tlie Mayor last Saturday—^A Mr. is baiidiag* flax mill.—Henderson and riorence Anthonv were marrictl wetk  iiappiness.  stirs my sympathetiic soul to its serjne^tj  A fellow i" Indiana put one end of a gnn , . irrel in the fire, and looked down the plicaats is still increasing. !'>ne ot ifiat "i oble army of maityrs hid jmuzxlc to see whether it wai loadd. A  The managers of the Institution not onlyi'"« «'ii^» ^ hi" ^H tho sw^et^ of kroner's jury decidod hu suspicions were  " .. , , -, pnrjire lif<',fi»r whienhe is so einiiientlv rorroct.  fitted by naiure, to immolate himself  treat thoM who arc able to pav for medical aid. but they invito the poor to come and be treated without money. They are now contemplating the establishment of a special department for tliis class of paticnu. Mrs Freeman, well known from lier former con-^'"'inec.ion with the Fretdmen's Bureau, has Ibcen employed to tnvel through the ¿'tato search of coses of this character that they may brought U> the Institute. The movement is a comniendable one, and we  before last.—Xow that tiie Primary ^^^^ readers will nid any |>oor afliieted  ones, with whose eases they may be famil-li»r, in reaching the Instiiutc. They may  is over we suppote the Senatorial squabble will close. If so Mande items will be plenticr.  villaob or isdiakapotls.  Le assured they will Ur i-etx-ived there kind*  upon  the ritar ol his country's service for font long years, Homer's touching picture of the MSt sad scene between the aoUe Hee-tor and his famil/ rises before my sympathet* ic imagination. [Great laughter'.] When I :.oc him plunging recklessly into an office of duties of which he is profoundly and defiantiy ignorant,I am reminded of the the solf-sacrificing ber')ism of Curtins when he l.-ap^ into the yawning gulf whidi op«-ned In the Roman forum. When I behold him sadly contemplating bis majestic features in one of those gorgeous and costly mirrors which is famished him at the puMic's expense my heart g«ies out to him in sympathy. When I sec bim sorrow. ^ fully at a misc'rable repast of seatcnra[Mn and chsmpagne, my rery bowels yeam for  Why does a servant going up Veaurins present one of the greatest phenomena in nature? Because ue ralla the mountaia.  I ralley (ralet) ascaads  A IKend, the other day, called a tiiin giri a spare rirl. There are soreral spare girls in most large families.  Some two or three months «go a man named Lawrence Rapp«, residing near Monroe, became crazy, being given to fits of weep ing and melancholjr. A watch was kept upon his morements, but the man grew more danMroas, onee attempting to kill hi4 i>roth-er Ohristopher with an axe, and ^in nearly sbceeediM in setting fire to the house. He at last beouneso dangerous that the Probate Judge granted an order for th« confinement of Raws in th« Insane Asylum at Kalamazoo. Yesterd^ morning a man named George F. Streeter started with Rapps for the Insane Asylum.— Aa he was in a bad mood, it was deemed best to take along an as-sitant. and accordingly the brother, Christopher, was ohesem  On the train the two brothers had a seat directly in front of the ofRcer. and it was noticed that the insane man grew constantly calmer while Christopher grew more and more excited. He continued to groan and weep hard deploring the calamity that was so soon to separate the two,perhafM,for ever, and refused to m comforted by the sympathetic and checring words of the officer. Lawrence had now and then a glimpse of reason, and when the trio got off tor dinner at the junction, was the coolest of the three. The/ all sat down to the hotel dining table, the officer between the women and children, passengers on the train which stood just opposite the door.  The meal had only commenced, when Christopher, the sane brother, suddenly uttered a lonf, loud scream of sorrow and despair, which started every one to his feet causing every cheek to turn )ale. As he shrieked, he rose I'rom the table, dashed the officer aside as though he had been a child, and then the two insane brothers locked together in a mad struggle. Up and down they whirled, shrieking, kicking, striking, pulling, each one a giant in strength, each one a demon in his hate! The strongest men trembled, and pushed away from the strange scene, the women screamed and fled, and for a moment* or two thi« was such a spectacle there as one never witnessed in his lifetime. Tlie mad brotkers struggled and writhed, now one down, now the other, until some of the pasengers cried :Shoot them!"  The officer,coolest of all because he saw that all depended on him, made several efforts to seperate the combatants, which was at length accomplished bv Lawrence seizing his brother s hat and springing through the crowd to the door. He wedt straight aboard the train, clambering on top of the cars. Christopher was thrown down and bound and then came a struggle to seure the other brother and take him from the car. The feat was at lengt h accomplished, and then he was tied hand and foot and left at the hotel, while Streeder came on to this city with Christopher.  The victim was locked up at the Central Station, while the officer! returned to go forward with the other, and will return to-day and take this one to Monroe. The yells and shrieks of this poor fellow confined at the station were enough to make one tremble; and he jumped and bounded against the door of his cell in a way that shook the building. The whole incident is one of the strangest that has occurred for a long time, aid but for the torn clothes and scratches exhibited by the officer, and the shieks and yells of the last victim oi the fearful disease, might seem like a romance.  VarnaHaraM.  MT1IB9.  Ton should eoBM to Ike window aadhaar  myblrdi  He's toe sweetaat stager you erer keaid. While yetOesnowankes wera Inkheatr, ▲ad the kreatk ot winter was arery where. While the summer laadMapatka» smiles MMiay.  W Itk opening Uossem and rmrAara gar. Was browa and bare as tome dessert plaee W nile re« tlM «rowa was on nature's faee, WitkJoyoM musleoar honmtaadwmaf, Tha thrilling nvt^i of tha song he sung.  On ron spreading Male's topMSt bough. Where he turns his breast to the snnshlne, now  He ehoaa a pevehby Mwftee windaswung. Where mom aad eren he sat and sang;  And esery «lar. be It darkortalr. lam sntetoweleeaaeMr waiMer there.  Imprlsoaad hlrda iaf the sky that long Four ont their grMk aad eall it song. But nerer thraugA prisons bars wera hoard  Bach notas aa UMse of my boanie bird.  Is he not my bini? lie's as free to go As leares to mnrmur or winds to Mow. Wherever ho llsteth, sonth or north. To the uttermost ends of the earth. Hechas comrades ehaa ting In odorous groves.  The rapturous song of their lores, Tnere are other lands where the qneen  earth wears A brighter smile amid softer airs. There are Isles «t balm amid snal ight seas ; But my bird has turned away ftom these. And bere on HU stately maple tree Ail summer he wUI slag to me. And hU notes wiU ring thmgh tiiepmppy days  To ask me. If thus a bird ean praise  The GIrer of sunlight, aad trees, aad tow-ers.  And :swaylng branches and hnppy hours. In what grand hymn should ur relee be heard?  Thaaks Cmr Mie lesson my eherlshed bird. Pendleton. J une lat. J. B. L.  There haa lately beeangrentda  aiM in  rAINTS,0ILS,TABRimS  Weheught largely alaaa tha 4 allaa la g jid, aad  CiNi9SWILl8ILlTliliMFIST  TOU CAH 8ATX MOmT l^huylnc at  Il8aäenei*ii Brag Store,  S44 8m  ANDERSON, IND.  ThtSaMfttk.  a  oil  A habitual dmiikard diflTers from a man about to be hung ia this respect, one must take a drop to lire—the other take it to die.  The Christian Union (Henry Ward Beecher's paper)^ answers in its leader some queries on ''The Sabbath Question.'* We quote one para^aph:  The Sabbath ib not primarily day of worship. It is a day rest. It was so under the Jewish law. It is or should be so still.— And of rest-days we have all too few in America. We need more holidays, not fewer; we Work too much, not too little. We need occasionally—and one in seven is not too often-to lav aside our work, and to cast off our care.— The stable-keeMrs will tell vou that they would rathor close their doors on Sunday than not. But man has high needs. All the week our life navitates. It pulls us downward despite ourselves.— We live in masquerade. Our true characters are hidden. We knew each other only in our earthly relationship; as rich or poor, as scholars or unlearned, as merchants, artisans authors, editors, lawyers, doctors. We need occa sionally to lay off our conventional disguises, to know each other as men, as the sons of God, as we shall know each other on the judgment day. We need to consider what shall be the outcome of our voyage, to stop long enough to take observations, reckon up our log, and make as it were a new departure. We need to get out of the dust, and racket, and confusion of this lower life, up into the clear oxygen of a higher, purer atmosphere. We need to stand at the gate of heaven, and get a glimpse of ihe eternal world, of the neavenly host, and of Him who stands in the midst of them, and who is the inspiration of their songs. We need this day of rest gladness; it is the best and most sacred legacy our fathers have left us, and he who seeks^to take it from A.merica is America's worst foe. It is not a burden, not a bondage; its sanctity rests not on law; it is a day of liberty, of commemoration, of emancipation, and itself an emancipator, and it is more truly and sacredly observed where it most partakes of the joyous freedom of the gos-)el, where it is kept, not because a aw commands it, but because the heart hungers for it.  APIiV-WeMtllM.  In the vast pnmeTat forest where he liws there are never any tempests to keep his door in a ghostly clanking; but^ie hears all Bight, above the roof, the melancholy soughing of the ¡nneSf like the sij^ing of some lonely, wandering wrath of a Pascagoula — Sometimes he is startled at midnight by a clutch of talons on his roof, and then the sepulchral voice ofMad^-howlet resounds dirough the attic like a roll of stage-thunder. One of the queerest things in human nature is ihe early rising tff these pimy woods men oouplra wkh their e-^egious lasiness and and personal «n-cleanness. A score of times have known them to rise long before daybeak, spit on their hands, to git a good start," make a fire and then sit in the house the whole livelong dajr* Their early rising, I presume, is sufficiently accounted for by the remarkably good ventilation of their cabins. By the door are some lun-fiowers— those universal hierophants of the rude poetry which blossoms in the soul of the poor. There is, per haps, also a harmless and necessary hen-hoose, and a little patch of cow-peas okra and*, sichlike truck.'* Against the house are stretchedallmanner of fells—^raccoons', opossums', foxes', and beaver«*—whose ring streaked spectded, and spotted tails flutter like the captured battle-flags I once saw on the cabin of a famous major-general. These are the parchments testifying to his graduation in Draw-bead College, an( these caudal ribbons are fairer in his eyes than all baccalaureate silks and seals.—Overland JUmUh-  ly-  nayaot ha awl M mi wMi Aa •f haperfceiwo*, m"^ Iom ef  byaaaeaadaaaÜaa. 4tli.«lt) bbaiapnadtaa gnat iwia af «p. aa M aaa kM« Wt em •NfmqrkMolaawia«. Mh^ haatraagaadteaUslBa Itopartk TUa tyaeaalaaa imyttmm fcr Hgkt faaBf i»wiwaa thaij^ tiimii MacUaaanj workuwillbra lÎMb^ Wt araa tUa «ghl •emeewillaMarmte Ü lea* cartaiB ia ila apa>atiaas,iavriiiaf man aad Man fra% TStaai axpaeahra lepelriag.  Ia oar kaptiuanwaia afthá Saviaclia»  All Old Story.  As an aid to indigestion a short cut to dyspepsia.  ly. Tue Institution, however, is altogether  TIm* Ita-'l^ Ttmr* a new Bepnblican'a private enterprise. Some have seemed to 1 perfonning. peibaps the only duty for  pai^r, the Phoenix, which rises from the 'thnk thant wa» a State Institution, and which he is fully competent--si.ning the ' ' '...., , ■ . . ¡rcimpt for htii monthly pav—I tm so over  that they Itad a right to demand treat-, „-.l .. ____vt. ----1:  ashes of the Sati.r('cf Adoertiser rnd Weekly appeared Mondaj morping. It is a nice paper and re%ds well.—Collicky cnenmher» go to the stomachs of 1 ndi:ina-fK>tis greenhorns at a net* cost of cent« a pie«,—The iron pipe, designed for the  ment wiihout pay. Of course  tors reserve the ri^ht to décidé whode«ervc lau'rThtcr] frec trcati3cnt-  Altogcthcr, the Instimtion is one which mav be mnked among the first of iu kind  H<4if Water Works, is arrving.—St. Pat-ion this continent, and ths |ieople of Inùi-  rick's church, was dedicated kst Sunday, jan« may well congratulate themselves that  _ „ —----------------It bas been located in tiicir mid n.  W. E. Dilts, salcsniw at K. McCall's^ - ____—-----  B.iot and fthiie Store, east side public; The Fort Wayne says that some  i.<ina.-c, s lÜdt« the pat -onage ot evervbodvof tl e friends ol that jjrc^t statesman, Hon. di'-irons of pnrchflMng bosu and hhues, at .1' ^^ presenting him with  0 hi -kory caiie "of most  What a nuisance that word "If" is: it stands in the way like the danger signal ol a railway, and stops everything, him- [Laughter ] And when I see him *  We notice from the Washington City R puhlicaH that Leroy nann ireat- ^^^ miserable condi- j R. Woods, lately of New Castlc,  tbepropnc-tion that I wish I were in his place. [Great|„ tr t\- 1 j t t tt i-  who deoerve laughter] When such considerations as| U. lilcKSOn and J .J . llawKinS, ; these, fir, have come cniwuing upon mj Indianlans, graduated in the law ¡mind, appealing to every generous senti- , ^ I • 1. „  ment ofmr better nature; when I have department of Columbia College, thought how the oflicial aerves of our uoor neglected puLdic servants are racked by the "cm-rattling over the stony street," I bare felt, under Uie sudd m impulse of the moment, that we ouglit to tear up the old cobble-stone pavement on the arenne and «upply its place with one of tiie new-fash-ioned'patcnt wooden ones, over which the splendid carriages of our Government of-  Washington City, a few days ago. They were highly complimented by the Professors.  and the  strawberry short-cak'e ' is probably excelled by none and equaled by few of the many ingenions de vices of the Yankee kitchen. It is as delicious as it unwholesome: and thus deserves all the praise which its votaries give it. It is advertised and sold at every res-trurant in New York; and there is reason to believe that, brief as is the stawborry season, the short-cuke of a single June, manufactured in New York alone, would if piled together, form a monu-mt^nt higher than that of Bunker Hill is, or that of Washington will be in the year 2070.—New York Post.  t uaiqueand «/mi-jficials mighi glide as smoothly and noislessihouSC, Col. Petcrhas hcen vot-ily as tiie aertal car of the fairy queen Stilwcll three. The  tn;a.ouaUIe ra».. Give him a.^.,,/____________________ ________________________, . ^  liii' r.ir -Old Hickory" for President a tireat'ithc ro-ic-tintcd clouds ofthc upper ether.—  nt.d we tirerumc thin present'I Applause and lau.xhter.]  Lightning rod dealers are in luck. Corwinhas six rods cn his Robinson seven and last  storm done all this.  Aa Actress' Plncashloii.  im:inv '-nrM  I'.! lady, luunod I.<»r e, was a«sanlt- b in ai *u<>wlo.igc.-ncnt oí hiii iaith.  i.uí.'i cúe. on Mondar niirht, hyaul ■«=*■— .....- A in»i<!i*n lady in Ligoni- r, Noble county,¡NoW the SUn bcginS tO blaze.  ! '.! n-imi-'i Jiord, an«', l-i^tcu ùnti!' ¡\ coire ;">!.'.f '.i.e Brazil says has a )i>oki!iL'->fl i=í! that was once the prop-  'c i and re^lored i>y a fiahin;; »>to<k iii Bowling Green i>i steady erty oi Keiie.íií t Arno'd. The Bunnv i-î  Now the days arc getting hotter  'iii-re Irtid Wn some difficulty, i,nfl held by «11 clasae?—"men, women anil resoonsihie for the truth of this. Ben was And along their WCary ways, n ii ; hout the rigid of way to a,riii!drn, mjii^ ijlioc nnd fcmiiiini;, adults a rather buckirth ciiapin his early days, and T'le old lady wivi tevereiy bmii jinil javeoil'>;, Ix»; -! ^ad girls, ....." ' ' " "die  •v tl' —s from an axe-handle in tho handsji^^ llesrd. who is now ia the hnds of ti» jaspes  javeoil'>;, IX'." '' "lid girls, and hoary ¡«rolialdy n»o<l t'lis glass very often; but bia' k. H'hite and Ea<ldle«color, ia<lies, the l>cst of tlie joke is, that be was nerer cnchcs, tiionracdnries and p<frmitted to look in it aiter his baae be« sai low d?;. .Cv. ' ¡11«-, J : f Íiií couairj.  Pcple sigh for soda water. Good Arctic soda, five cents glass at Ucadcraou's Drug Store.¡ovcr'slightiy on this occasion.  An officer in Frankfort, Clinton county, named Baun, got to dreaming the other night that a  Prisoner was trying to escape im, jumped through a window taking it "sash and all" in the the second story of a house,waked  The late Prince Demidoff was some years since, paying court to an actress who was the fashion among the bloods of the day, and it was his custom on entering the room to fall on his knees before that adored beauty. In those days long neck scarfs and suoerb breastpins were the fashion. The prince had of course invariably the superbest of supper. The reig ning favorite never omitted play fully taking the pin out of the scarf and placing, it in her pincushion, to the great amusement of the prince. Ihe pineushion soon became literally studded with ji'wels of priceless value. One day the servant entered the room with ter-rorstricken face. "Madame, the prince." "W«ll," replied the actress, "let him come in." "But, but, but madame," said the poor girl. * But what?" exclaimed her  The following is an old story, but an exceedingly good one, an< timely:  There was once an individua named Samson Hardhead, whose ideas of honesty were very loose, but who managed to keep out of the hands of the constable, and be tolerated to some extent among respectable people. One night Samson came home in a state of furious excitement. To the great astonishment of his wife, he rushed into the house foaming with passion, boxed all the children's ears, upset the funiture, kicked the dog, threw the cat out of the window, smashed his knuckles against the wall tore his hair and gnashed his teeth, presenting a pitable exhibition of impotent and unavailing rage. Then he sit himself down in the coner and fell to cursing.  \V hen he had somewhat relieved his mind by these extravagant proceedinj^, his wife, who had watched his movements in great amazement and anxiety, timidly approached him and inquired at had happened to provoke him to such violent and unseemly wrath.  * What has happenetl? ' shouted Samson, jumping up and pacing the room with enormous strides.— I'll tell you what has happened. Down at Joe Green's grocery to night Colonel Sharxey ca lied me a thief! Yes, called me a thief before the whole crod of em.  "Never mind that dear?" re-  eh^M w> k«VB icadarad aach poaWte aad abadate, aad at^ i Ughtaadeasy, aoaatoobtaiatbah^haat apeed whh littla or no noiaai, aad witlmat ii^ to tiM Machina. We hara aa siaipil« led its eoaatracttoa. that the awat iaex-pariaacad can opania aâd laKalM« wMl-oat eaooaaterlaff the aaaal diBcahiaa aad diacoaragMBwali ao ftaqaaail,^ atiMflaiaii 0« by hegiBBan ia Aaase of tha 8ewÌB|| Madúae. Indeed, wadety tlM watii to pcodMtha irat Inlalligaai aai «ahüwd maehaak; who will aol praae—ca it the laal^Sewlac MadäaaJia ereraaw: hutwedeeateaMMedigBlicdthat tha Ma* elifaM dbald prodafaa ita owa «arU.  Itweraaaaaaytaak to oAr loag cata-higaaa of high aowailiiig laiéiaBCia, aad atfHaaaier topaUiah aaaaeaaical |iaaiphlata of fipHWt aad iatteiii« laatiaaoaiala freaipaU aawwapar aditola aad boaghta^ «•eiaia, hat ilwoald ha afao earthly aei^ rieeto thehayar, Ana tfia pooreat aaa-eUaaa fhraiih thasa ia «a greataat abaad-aaea,aad that, taa, araeeaaaity, ris.: ta eoaeaal thahr tack of aarit.  We,Aeiclhia, aaaic aia^y an Intelligaa examtaarioa ot dm inaiTs of oar MacUaa ia eoaapaiiaoa wiA oAaca. This ezamhi-ati(» wa woadd hara tiw bmm impartial. To tilia ead wa woald aaggest timt tlw aaaia eoatae be adopted that waa adopted by tha Board ot ExasiMia at tha I^raaklia lasti. tute, la Philadelphia, at tiieir annaal cxbi* UtioB. Their ri^ort oa Sewiag Madiiaea ia rery iaatiaetim, and ia'thei^re alladed to In ihM chreahur. By tima rdaniw to dw coarse adopted by the Fiaaklia Inetl. tate, we amy be discing a secret of tha trade, aad yet to tiioae aboat to imrciiaaa a Machine lor lWaflya<^ itia batdoiagaa we would be done by.  Lettile llachiaa be thnaiM with fiaa spool cottoa, or silk, the apper aad maler s^ls alike. Thea take some doaea piecea of dUfereat Mirica, rai^ji ail tiie wpf fintm die finest gmae to & heartoat cfeth, aad eren stout, hard leather. Sew each of tiwse widi die Maahlne mnni^ at ita high-eat apsed. withoat atopplag, or eren ing tiM tenaioB. Bepeat & process ba^-ward and fi»rwa(d s(»ie seorà of timea. Now, if the sewing of aU die différent fabrics is perfect, die seam elastic, and alike on tioth sidea—no skiptwngoi stitches thea it is safe to conclude that the Machine is aot a rooa Machine at iaaat, and the Machina thatwiUdothia aas« iadM beat for fluaily use.  The reasoaa are obrioaa, for aadi a Machina wiU do die flrs«<laaa fine work wtth the same fiMiKty that it will do tha Arst»dass heary woifc—will run front eñM kfaid of work to aaotheT withoat altetia|r •enskin or re^mQasting machine, aad wm paaa over seams withoat breaking aeedia or skipping adtchpa.  adi aia oaf ideaa of a rood Sewing Medline, aad each is die Macoine im offet to the pabiie. We do not aar diat it rana taster, and easier, and stille than acy other machine in nse; but we wi£ say—and with emphasis—that it runs atfoet and as tatf, and widi OS little noise, as aay first-clasa auu,hine in aaiket. Neither do we say that it will du finer and nicer work than aay otiier madiioe b use—l«t we wîU say— and with eqnal empha<is—that it will do as fine ani «u nice work at any Sewing Ma> diine manufactnred. and the same machina will sew as heary Beaver Cittk Overcoai» aa erer were worn.  Nay, more, thi« same madiine will sew from one lo twenty tiiickaesscs of Marseilk>s, or from the most'delicate bank bill to tiia stoutest harness leather, without any cliaage whaterer, and make crcrv stitch pcrfoct.  Now, such an illnstration of the eapaidty of sewing machine is ol the higliest prue* tical ralne to one about to parchase a machine for family tlic.  Not that ercry family require so wide a range of woikmanship; bat erery fiunily ioet require a machin« to run orer seanu without breaking needles or skippingstiteh* es,and oermiuly it can be no ob)oction if the machine will sew from one kind of work to  sponded his wife, soothingly; "you know he can't prove it."  "The devil take it!" cried Samson, belched out ano her volley of curses—' the devil take it all, he did prove it, and thaCi w^'* the matter:'  John Wesley Carrol went over into Taylor township, Harrison eounty, last week, to burn a coa pit. John VN eseley got into a difficulty in relation to some young ladies, and received written notice the next dav to vamous the neighborhood. lie took the gentle mnt and made himself scarce.  A son of Isaac Richter, of Un  mistress. Oh, madame! the pr'nce ion township, St. Joseph county  aaodier,withont difllcitit and tedioiu adjust ments. Nay, the fact It ont, and no arts of the Trade can disguise it, riz. that tiiese rexatious adjustments have ever been the crying sin of the sewing machine in  I great  popular use for tho toatily sewing. We extract from the Report or the Com*  dm  obstade to tiidr  household, and Àe ^  the Kepoi  mittee of Exhibitions, hela in Philadelphia  by the Franklin Institute. Oct 1S6S;  ••No. 10»—The Finkle A Lyon Maehina is a Shuttle Machine, and has much to recommend it. The shuttie is cwried in a cradle, as the fairentor asserts, to r.roid firiction fai the shuttie race. The tension is from a rod, around which the thread la twisted, M«k tarn increasiag die tension.- a pacaliarity Is claimed ia operating cam. The groore in this cam, which gires motioa to the needle bar, is so arranged, t!iat the needle bar is at ao time actually at ra^t, bat itt sp< id, aa it approachea the top or bottom of iu stroke, is gradually increased rff diminished. The machine works with short needle, and the loop thrown off for the shuttle to paas through is rery small;the slack of the thread ia drawn by a peculiar lerer, opemted by the needle bar, and seems to work with great precision. In the work done hy thia aaadiine tor the inspection of the Committee the operator stitched from fine gaux} to thick cloth and leather, with* ont any change in the feed, needle or tension. Tlie machine ia geared to raa at high speed, runs rery lightly, and witii but liitie noise.  "Reriewing the merits of the foregoing Macnines in regard to excellence of me chank»l arrangements, aad adaptetba ta great range of workmanship, the Commit tee gives prefbrenee in order of merit, first—Ifb. 109. the Finkle ft r.yaB  Madiiaes.  JOHN S. ADDICKS, Chairmaa.  wears a short neckcloth." "''Tell I was bitten by a rittle 'snake last him, then," rejoined the beauty, I week, and on Tuesday of this up, and found himself climbing upp'that I am not at home." It is week there was no hope what-the side of a house. He gotdown|ncedle8S to suy that in future the!ever of his life. He was sixteen on terra firma, very little injured jprince never had the courage to|years old. He had raised an axe That officer is anxious t3 do his call without alon^ cravat and ex-.to chop off the arm of the hand duty, no doubt, but he slopped travagant breastpin.—Par%9 cor.jthat was bitten but wa* pre  B.ghnPoiif, (vented by some persens present.  Oßc€ in th* Po9toße* Buüding^ ANDERSON, IND.  P. O-CURRAN Agent  Sewing .^achint Fixturea aad Oils fcHitle. Ife.r.^4^   

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