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   Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - June 17, 1870, Anderson, Indiana                                 PR. ^^OOD/  ^ SMidenee-^ MTtMl^lpiii ttnUt, •met fi Tii^iBt« Ar«iiK.jB<lUupelto.  1 M rirlnf «pecl»l attenUtm im um treat-■•atoT nmài CaUrríi.chnmic mmi aeat« RorC ThPOit», Ko.irsBfrss »ad Ixm of ▼oie«, Atth-M«. Bronchi'!«. OmaaAittiom Seroffulit. Kraptire Disea»ef of tha Skia. Dincase« af Wo«ea. and all chmnie di«eiv>es teadUii: to Coasnaptioa. I haci larg« experience la the treatment afdifeaMRoi th« aW paM-Hugei and hare all the Improved apparat«« Iter a Mrrect diaj^aoíls aad saoceftsful treat-taent of them.  Henil for free Cirralar OÁ Catarrhtl and Con»umptiTe I)lseai<cs.  Orpici: nouas irom 9 a.a. to I p. M. (8-osS  hut Ssadaj was "Bkirmuh Smaday."  Th» nit well at Terra Haata kas readied a depdii of aeArij 1,000 t«et.  The corner-stone of Grace Charch, La-ay^te, was laid by Assistaat Bishop T^-bot, on Frtdajr morains.  TheVonltem ladiaaa Baptist Assoc*« tioB meets diis Jew at Walkertown, on ^ 15th, Uth aad 17th days of Jane.  Three mfllioa of stavei will be cat this year at the stare fafctcrr of Didc Ladaoa in ConysTiUe, Salliraa coaotj.  Kathaaiel Carroll, Sr., Biat74hree jein of age. aad for thirtjj«isht jears a cttiMa •f Clatk connty, diod on the 4th instant.  "Scan. Mags." and "Crim Cons " ars becoming so thick we can't report them.— Sappose ttej are geiural all orer the coan-  Kobksrille wants a bank, and the Com-mmuU, of tiiat place says the aTcrac^ de~ posiu, witha proper confidencc established' vonld reach at least $175.000.  A boy named Castor, at Winchester tried to dimb on a passing train. Hs was very ^lish as it ha« be:-i tho dntr of the W^in-diester editors to wiite hit obitnary notice.  THE  jÍ9m yo JHB J^fM3, ymr Jmm j^ntrn Jhbt  Vol 1  ANDEKSON, MADISON CO^ INDIANA; FRIDAY MORNING; JUNE 17, 1870.  so. 51  AM AKDËBâOIIiN II KUílES«-TA.  .««e  Tho hands on the Fort Wayne and Mnn-R. B. take with them a car load cf  Bis PreregilMa«!!.  MiiniBa.rou«, IGaa., \L%j ttd ItTO.  Friend /Ttinlssry:—Thinkisf a word irom me at this place, perdiaace, miflil noM yoar welcome, as yoa expresseé a atrong detire to acoompany me, or at leaztj to Tisit riiis yosnjrdty. I anÌT«d oa tha tr9 of the 19Ui inst, weary and dosty, bnt the kind reception and hoipitality af frìends. widi one nighu slnmber efMtlj refrathed me. Next moming I startod aroand t-) soa tìkis little World of von4ai« (far of a troth it b seeh) oad It sarpassaaM my boy-hood idaal vUìens of Italy, wiA ber elea dtrìsioss ani snney killj. liinntapells is really a ptetty place,with a popalatioaof IS or 15 thoru&ni. A great ma&y eastera mea  !■■.." mil WBMgaeaaB  uMacratt tai iataliis. TW «Staat af sevanA sastioaa, ii atffi held ^ Unel« sob; fel Awa is aa «M GarmMi thai ha» takaa a ifoatter's daim, rad a^-  aliaoM. Ulsmadaafthabeet with a wimieltt iroa baad. tiias aeearias the ffnatwtatiaagA. bwillpv f^riimWim tim«, laber aad ibi, Spealrhig af Üas, ara  miaistersla thawanuaf maay, kt «rasai woaM •0',f;Ksat that this astablishmeat Is aad oystan aad a few sabstantiala, la tbo fmanafiietariag filet «f arary rariety atad ia tamaña few shilling?. Iskatpaaiag sa»«. Thei« ftlas aad rasps  Knt we visited Ft. aad Ita a|areraMd1y acqoirins tha Mpatatiea to  placa wall worthy «f ncte. It ts aitnated ; vlikfa their merit enüüas them. Made ax« OB tha rame tract of land, as tha jaattioa of | dasir^y of tba ehmoesl cast stad, aader tha Minnesota aad Mbsissippt rìvers. Tha^tìia saperrìsioa af a practical fils maker of rírer tìsws are graod, from the »bserratory loa;* experieBce, he claims th*tthey are  situated there. We rétame«! by the track used iar training aad exerclsiag ho^;aBd  pe mit me ta aay that tìnbj hava •ama gaod ORcsaadthay IM • minate« go. Say ta Dickson, Kline and Wiiama«,ii they tíbanm to pa^ th^s way,*to eall; i thiak they will cmose them.  Tha soring crops in*thi9 country ara  __ _______l<K>kt«g excellent, especially wheat, al-  i^iùbiis^ry capital, havecoae'h¡refor"theír»í»<>»:i^ "  tha year préviens As jn thereis but few orchards ia  be^Jth as veU as tp^lation, aad bnllt the grctt'ist Encbjr of beautiful residence I evorka^ in :.ny city of. the sama yicimtj ^ uon l^rdj tniUi do waUhvre.  Comfort secm.tob^their chief design.-jS«*» f™irs art ab«Bdaut,e.pec;ally plumbs Expense thev aou't nceo to count. E»ch;*o<l ifrawberri«. I bada dishof the Utt-r Urge resUcnce has beautiful yards and dee-jf*' ««PP«" ercning thU week, of this oratioM- E:^ch endeaToring to eiical, and y«»«"'" «fowth.  bclicTe thev do. T speni reste-Jay at St. Paul. Thcre is  Thclab^rias dats eonsiits of Sweods co^'^erable cf basine« ti.nsacted tlKTc  and Norw.sie.is, seemin-ly honest .^d » ^^^  8:. Paul  has sane rery fine residence», siiuftted  temperate. Eusioeas amonp; the msBSis .......  ________________.seees to move with about thesamsTelocityi»« baci from the riv«; bat as for  , pulleys, chains. 4c.. when they go to'of the river's rapiJ, dashing current and ;«''''^«'^^«'^P»*'®^ MlC2e^po-  aot excelled by any file ta the aiartiet.  Another specialty consists in lapairiag saws titat are out «f order. Ha also pays attentioa ta rS'^oothing-  Mr. Siakar, wha is uow the saia pn^ri-eto* of these wtnka, has a trada which ax> tends (hr«B3h a aumW of the Btataa ofthe UaioB. Hit saws are raada ftvaillta very best EagMsh cait-sieel, and his workmca aro un^urpaascd. Erery cCbrt is mada to hare cadi saw ttaorsaghly and eroalr (am-p«:r«d. If we mistake cot, Mr. 8inkar took botíi the premiums on saws at tha late Fair. We mi^ht giro m*» y othar in . terestin; items • ounocted with those works, but we hare not the spare in this issue.  Death Of C&aries Diekens.  U(elghHrk90« ItewL  kokomo.  fiaaforl, who murdered Dlsshiger, srts tried at Logmnsport and acquitted—The Normal School doses its term this week— JokofT. Sttnger, wha ha^heeajatteadin^ sdbo<4 at Ann Arbor, ha.^ returaed—Dr. Back mores |;to JndiaoapoUs thb week— Major Fowler died with a thoasaad dollar iasaranco policy—Alfi-ed Johnson, the ia-saraaca talkist, aad tamily have moved to Ohio—Tha T.-ibun« reporls sevaral snspic-ioos look persoas a^ stopping la th« tawa^ Sevarai ot that kiad hav« liret there, la, IhCM many year»—Tbey hare ta sead la  (VBami't OBAM Caia^a« M» Xov •nm Msaaaaan.—By rafinrhig W riia maonoth plctarial admtitement ia atikCreolnaK, tt will ha nan that oar dtiaeas ara aoaa ta hava aa oppeftaaity af witftessiog oaa af tha Ua^Mland moat compléta maiiageries ever orgaaiiad. In arder ta pmpaiiy display axtaaiira colleotioa ¿frata heastsaad Mrda, it ra ^alraa amammotii alx-caater pole payilion. MO tel ia laagtk hy 150 faet ia width Thar» ara &rae moaster elephaats, a horda •f camda, aad S8 anssive dens of wild aad fhrodeae «idBMla aad haaatifidly ptan^^ad Urds aimaected widi diia Grand Cararaii. With a dealra aa the pwt af the aasaafep af  ladiaaapolia far an iroa ieaca, ta put orflacttoaafaoological wt»a-  sronod tht Court Rou e -A dozea hag> p»» ^ »pportanlty «f saaii«  gies weia ima^lied going ta a hMkol iacet-.|«»4 adnririnf tha graad and aabla woA of iag, Sanday hefora the l!i<=t. Benzine wasjnatara, withoM being Woaghtia cantact the motive power, wesnpposa—Prof. Hop^jwith th«ia dcmoraliaiBg iniaeacea asaally kins' stable, at Ladoge, was ha raed. Thej^'tne»«^«« exblbitioas whara circas parios» was $5.00-A B&Q named Smith waa farmaacet ara allowed, wa ara reqaestwl ta  I their pay. cataract,which is the grest propeUinj pow«  ■ ' er and ma^te.- wheel of Uie wuoic structure,  rariand, thecrazymu'dcrcr olrlch.^^ ^^  .,i.at Indianpol», githenns «vi-;^^^^ Well may it be called tho "father [lookingto setting atuicof the "  ibuined b/Mrt. McFarbnd-Richard- ^ gutif you will, for a few mament.put on  your hat and gloves (an ovor coat will not  Hh.  drowned aî Dormer's dan, six miles east of Kokomo, last week. Ho was tram Tip ton coaaty—Judge Lindsay has ra tu raed home from Alabama, much improved ia health—Two men obtained Uceasa, last week, to sell whisky, withoot any apposi« tien. Eokomo levies a tax af $l,S5 apoa each. $100,00 for city purposes—Tha Jmr^ nal wants to employ two femaio compositors.  mcxcie.  Bouser è Co., contractors upon the Ft' Wayne road, advertise for 500 hands and 50 Icams to rrotk. on the road—A strawberry festival was given ia the Fresbyter-  in the Mo •;ran Circuit Court.  : Gosport lnd*ptnd-nt quotes oar itemize objcctionabic) and on imfuajiTiaiion's ^ibout Newman's pipcless stove end adds;jwing fat ovsr here, (yet a reality would be "John, you dare not tell where tlie nnokc.prefe»"«"'^') »  goesto." But we dare to, though. Itgocs where the editor of thelndependent wouli  ike logo.  The following are the nominees for ccun. ^officers of Rush county, made on Satur« r. at Kushville: Clerk, J. W. Brown, sent Deputy; Treasurer, Lieut Wm.  Auditor, Edward Wolf, preseu itor; Sheriff, Joha R- GowJy; Ro Dani»! M. Kinaey, present Rec^r-Bepreeentatire, A- M. Seaaedy.  the saw Ic-s in the river, extending frou|X||e 80836 Of Alfred T. SinkCF, ibe mills proliably ainiie dittatn aud 10 InâiaîiftpolIS.  We bave the annonncemcnt of ihe sud-den d;8th of Charles Dickens, the great aovclists, oa ThuraJa/ evonìtig, of last week, at hi) residence, Gadshill, near Rochester, count/ofKent, England. On  On to-morrow, in companv with othors, iparalysis, ilistartforSt. Cloud, fo^ a ^^ .  hunt,wherewe erpect to bave a ^odl^^® «tcnain-ehurcfc, last Fridsv aroniits—William  time,«c.l hopia- that you may also, I drop» ^ Gregory aad Joha W.keeaaa bara salact-  my pen and iak'iuio a signature. """»^^cd that hi» counienanc« "be-  toLetid diàfwss, bat he calnaed bis fr'emls b/asaniiagthe^ it was oaly a sli^^bt headicUe. He scoti became aaccmscioas anidìdnot raily a^aiii.  Charles Difkens is famuli if whcrever  Gad.  iRálaaa—Her drollig Trade.  feet deep of CTcry conccivable tizo and length; tlicy have been rafted down the Mississippi from the incxhaustablepiaerici on her upper waters. Ibe saw millt stand in a long successive  Realieiog the gT^wia«; impori*.QC9 ef the •aw business, during tha semser of I3<7, the Amoricaa Saw Works were established at Ináianapolit. This compactly bailt bat  row4rc..cmbliDgbijroums. An apron in,factorv .Mnds on thecomcr front or cach mUl extending down ¡into »i^^iof PeansylTania and Georgia sireets. river, over which they snatch up a» mrn-j order that we may what thcs3 as a half do.en log", at ono tim-i. Tae oct ^^^^ ac-compli Jied, le^ us gUnce for tide one coir.iPg directly in coa'act wiiU a;^ ,„oment at the various kicds of eaVi and g*ng taw. in uumHei", sas:lug the entitc machinery wlivb ibis establishment  log at 0n<"0 M it pssiJs through rapi-iiy.— j, q^w fnmiihing. W  ed homes ts Osa^e eornty, Kansas, and novad there—Mark Walling, Joha Kirk aad Jere^rowa hrte beta granted ficeasa ta ssìl benxìM ia Ifss qnantities ^n a qoart at a tìme—S!»phen Bcrry, af / Ibany |Wat lodged ia the Manticijail, for ecmrait'« leltsrs f re Inown. He wioto of the down- ® UttJ.; girl ai^'ht yaars old.  aaooanca that M rircas i« coaaeetjd with this graad aad iastmctiv« exhibiUea. AU shaald witaess tha migniflceat «trcet parade «a tha raoraiag oftha dayof ezhibt* tioa. led by Prof. 'KaaiTraaa's famoas military BaM, and followed by alaphaats, casati«, chanott, animai dens, Ac. R«-membar the day: Thursday. Jane 23d.  There wera bnt «laTca deaths inside tha eorpofaSkm «f HuMasrilla. Hamilton coan-ty last year—about «ne to every aao han-drai aad fifty tka popalaitoa. This shows a remarkable degrea of haaMi.  FlayiBf the same aid tricks, Joha Await, Vy KlUag ant repdrìag watches,dacks aad jewelry, batter aad chei4»ar, thaaaayath« er maa ia tha city, at Hèaderson'a Drug Stora. il-Sv.  Theie has^Iately bean a gtaat de-cliae in  rAIITS,01LS,TAKMSXE8  We bought largefy siaaa tta de cline ta ffeM, and  CAN mWILL BILL TKICHSiPEST  YOU CAN SAVE M02IET by buying at  VciiersM*! Urag Slwre, AN9EltS«N, IH».  t-odden and lowly, but him?«lf was ano-  witîi intect ta commit rape- Ea ouçht to  ant and aniitocratic. Wa hava aever ^^njj^jtj^d to a limb, if golty.  likecl hioi after rciding hit articlee on America, some ycart 030. His compari-son beureen onr people and tliose of the old country was odicui to every h«gh mizd«  ■kwiohtstow:!.  The ecarlct fever has broken out at the Orphan's Home. Several deaths haye occurred—Several hundred cords] of wood  f"""" were burned between l>.wi,vine and Dau-siked, llie whole people read his books,  The new Council it now ia wsrking or-ler, and have commenced pushing im-  ^^emente aj^in. ,trect. from adopted for the purpose, of ibia .»^le of saws the Amen-t"»« » """ t»»®« »^aii  *a.n to Delaware, and German cut sawbt no "c Thi-is^al Wou,bt a "toi  We presuma ths oidi-Tbe lam'^«r passe% dowu a chute oa to L^j crou cut tarr wonî I come first.  rod moi'm hii death.  At the 'iine of his taling ofF.Mr. Dickens waa in hij (Ifty-ninth year-  A fellow went dowa 00 Water street, to take a moonlight walk. Ho got to whist-  ainst soiled  dove ' from an alley, boys were  About seventy-ire  to Meridian are to be graded and gr8v<,lt'J «.„./.»ci«!! tr> ijuiTi^r -t .  »^•.ii.1 off in rapid succession io limber yar<.i, rg^g^ j^ial oicrc»-; cut savs near Indiana-  immediately. uuloidlag it patciied in equal'y Ipcirj ttii siv far surj asscd ..11 competitors,  The work had been commenced, on Gcr- miuaer. Oue mill this tp Jog la ca^e of pc.'-oriai.i > labor and in ra-i«'""'^' l^* "»«¡»«^ ^o^»  man, but for some reason discontinued of lumVr in 10 . .  By order of the Council it is to be pushed  Closiso Ur.—The next llarald wil close the second year of iu existence in Anderson. It was little thouglit when we east our lot with the fortunes and niisfur-  reith—Ono Billy Brlnkinan m^de an as-tuH on a Mrs. Bsier end wm Caed there» Tore $3.00—^esse B- JcsKops has takea tha  Persons can net ba too eafeful ia sacariag Aeir hootes afWr night. We have heard of sevar^ patty thefte haviag bean commit-led ia this dty and vicinity duriag this  If 70a want to get a aara crop and big yield sow wild oats.  HeaUb «iTtBg Wiae7  Some time slaco Mr. A. Spear of Passaic, N. J., presented «s with a bottle ef his Port Grape Wiaa. la oar tara. w« pM-saatod k to a friend wha was ia fekde  contract to buiU a dam across Bine River, l»ealth. AiW giving tba wine a fhw trials, wîalar whoa* 4oar. While «ora Meal aad  ANNOCmMEm  Foa BHaaivv.  ■r. John D. ^ Hsoa: We earnestly solicit you to becoMC an inrtepenfieot candidate for feiKriffoi Madiioa county, al the eusiiiug October electiaa. .  M.tMT KEPVBtlUAHS.  wm fwnmtf nvnn.  Aaaoaaee the a.tme o€ Hxiibt Kklub as a oaadliYate for Tovnslrip Trustee ef Adanis towaship, aad ebliga  MAXT FaiE5l>S.  Eoitob Hbbai.»—Announce mv name as a candidate tor Truatea of'Anderson Tuwn-ship. aAMl'EL MYBKS.  WESBSW^ySi  ISEWINQ «ACHINEa  To pnett<^/4tf«|«pf n« ynft« ib» 8a»-acllMkÍ8«An, hta eaoyjor ae« ^«¡Bt« ta aa iBttS fotliaa af Aa cifBiaal «»dd. Ta aÜbttoiuQiBt, Hi* la fn^  «UaMLloavraUe rapport ta Aa ialiKeM aad d^aadaat. aad to araltiply Aa eeaa* afaDdal adfuementto aO.  Bal ta reader tte Sawiag Maeiiia^ Am IS thaUgbastiegraeiiaaAiI.ittoaecwsary-tat.^To ditast tka Sawiag Maebiaa of rr Ì0099 Mtd claasy attaelUMati—«f arcry deUcau and caorplicatad can»tifaacc. id.—It ma -.t ba eimple in k$ coastractioa ♦Hroaghont, that h may he eaeily nader-■taod aad readi*y tójast«!. Sd.—It mrnt II« earmia ia its reenlta. that tha «perator may Qot jc disparaged wlA the aadoing ef imperfect work, aad the I«« of goods rtiaed by a secami sewing. 4th. —It mast M> adapted la a riaat rarg« of workman-Alp, as Most cam hurt bat o»a MaAi&a fcr|®»««T Wad ai scwiag. 5th —It ehoaia ha atraat ia a lit parts. Thia  nay tac« lese ioq>ertaBt f» Ughi family aaa. «hora cl:« amt defìeota Ifaehiaa aa^ woHt^dlfora wluh. bat ayta this light •émet »ill «««a render it loa* eattaia in it» opetatiaac, rc<i«iriag more aad aMca fw tMMaad axpeaslre i<^;ring. •  la o«r kaproToaieats «f th« 8e«iaff Ma^ chis« W« have readered eaeh aMyemenC  SPECIAL N0T2CiS>  WEDLOCK.  ThaBa^or Tlwll 'jiaataty.-Kssay«  far i'oiinx M«n, oo th« aouor miiU taa(>pi&es^> of M»rriafre. uad th« evils kntl dangers o( CeltbiMjy—with sanitary hetp far tti* attain-nicnl ofaaB's true positioa ia life. Ment iree ia sealeil envelopes. Aidres« HOWARD ASiJUClATiOS. Box P. FhiUOelpbla I'a.  Car«.  f b^ lea«a la inform my friaa«» aa4 tiM pahUe cnaraUf» Aroagliaat A<) aaaaMat of Madlsea anC Pelawara, Aat I hava leased fora tarm at 7«ari—Ite **]>ala^a rioariagMlls."  I hava secarad tao Nrvicaa af Q. P. Helvia, Xsq.—tha old tafoMt eaaloai auUer (btttar kaawa aa "hoaast Pate") to taperiatead the griadiag  laM aevpeeparaita(kndAoM aaAalt vìa a sapeiior artkla af whiea aal fad  near Cftrtlia^e, for tho sum of $1,200—The dogs killed 18 slieep ror I. W. Siukrt, on« night last week.  wlb&th.  Fivc fish seiner? come to grizf, last Sat-down there (9 make tha same Tho Mr-yor g*t a nibble at them—  gi3^g|Thcrc areonly «ixtv-one dogi ia Wabath  with ene ^gangosav,-. How is ibat  Decnng. [ k'-pi in or !cr is auoAcr good  The íutipcntian bridge above the fi^ltjtioa. They comfùne iimplinty, dnrability spsns ihe lirer, an I form-« tie cona'^ctit!; and sl ength.  l:nk as ui.iin thoru^kfart í.va Minncapolis Jq consc^acnce of tho great deroaû.1 for tones of the poof.lc of Madisca county,laud .St. Aiit'uoay, on'.heop^esitc side. For new Amciioan cross cat saw bo hi®, that a Eepubllran paper coTild be sustair.cJ years thero ei:d$ted qn¡ce a •rìi"'» been unahie to fll ordrrs wii!i his usua!  here. Many had t.ned it before, but nonc¡n»'»l 7 he*«« 11J towns, batas Mianc- ha^ now, however, in-  boys and the "toiled dove'' wirblod on their nioon^Ht way to the rivor. Further our ia formant imparte A no in-fjnaaüon.  had ttood. We to "go throBjîh'  cama with  hvre detirmined our un JertakiTi?.  A g?nl'ora!in who rec?atlj foots-l it all over Andoriioa, infonai us that thare are  apolis enjoyod Kjany natcrai advanuges, his faciììtic'5 so that he is abls tojnot a half ¿¡»zen new bnildings  St. Anthony c^xt: in. thrcw up ths "Poncre ^^ ^^^^^ of ttws.!''? t^it city Wh.-t w-w ali that  our friead assures as 1m derived marked beaaSts from its ate. Wa tad that many invalids iathis city are as iag Spaer's Port Grapa Wine with Aa saoM bsoeflcial ra-sulU.  Dmggiits kesp if.  A Portland club has the toHowi ng question proposed for diicns-iion. "Can a big maa ache harder than a little man?"  ¡{¡l'end ( onie over and shoot hiads. Rome  Two yesrs finds us ca a solid bas:», a fine, legitimate business, n hirh, as weeks ccme and go, iacrcates. Oar j^apcr!whs.t natnre h;d alretdr donj, a ,¡^¡^{1.  tjie en erpri-Jng Yankees, thir.kin-to improve „i^fprial, an-i are unsurpassed in quality  ^hich he ciaima aie m.iJe of the v«rr Seat  is read by people of both partie«. Our lini"®'. roilein lcn;;'.h, below the fallt and conulnt the names of many Democrats, 30 or 40 .ect below tha turlics, desiipiin-who, when we commencsd, opposed u« bitterly. They see tilings dearer now  than then, and have indulged ia the "sober second Aougbt." The Bepublioau party has extended iU support manfclly, and a: il should have done. We shall always feel grateful.  It is Ae custom, when a party is in Ae minority, to support a party p^r, by cob-tributioas. Such papers are always siek-  to sirk turbine shafts every little tpaco, and then chalicnge the wo;il for competition. But their most songuiae hopes proved to be built oa a sandy iMBdatlea,  In add-uon to tlis Arao! icaa ciois cat he is aJso roaaufnctunng the Common Tooth, the 5ing':e Hook Tooth, and thej Sjeñcld lîook Toot';».  Next comes circular saw*. ThcM a f ratda of Wm.Jes3ops ft Soa's ì.sct Ea-  or at least tba bottom of Ae ¿taanel prcved; ^ ^^^^ experisteed  L-___1 ________-.1 wUkctAT..!! '  to be saad stoae and uasV-'.e to withstand  workmen, and are inT.irÌ3bly t^tiipereJ in  the angry current who «¡used to have Ler, ^ ^^ ^^^^ ^ ^ ^^^^  beautiful form roaccaled ins»ch ataauuer.l.^^^^ ^^^^ c..istiiuics  grew fu.ñoat aad knocked Ae props froTi under three la-je K.ÍII?, that vas perchod The old  cue of t«fir cLicf points of er.cellen e. Ca'9 istaUca th^t CO ¡ropsriect rrti.'leraay  ly. Theireditors depend on tbo contribu--»'«vc the bidden for«. Ike o.d factory. a pateat gundiog  tions instead of making a paper which w;il,aisc.:e.l her ri^'ht of wty.fDd botf ^^^^^^  find buyers. We bare never tcceptod a tains it, whi!e tbc mocta of tunnel has Leea  romg up blowing about thnn?—.l/.'MCiV Ti.t cs.  TUa Maucie T'ntfs tslkcthmuch wiih iU month. It afes words and is not csrcfnl of their meanin;:^. W-j hava a-liîtie basines* proposition to make to the Tima. It is soiaethwg like thi?;  The nnmberofhoates being luilt and finished Ibis year i^ th"ee tiaes greater than the number baing kailt and É nibbed in MnnK"5- The new machiaery pnt up and b^ag pot ap in Andersva, this yea'.is worA ruore than all the m.ichia9ry g«f j Maaeie, and we know where the raa get a  hundred dollars, if se'-h is not Ae c.iso, provide<l the TYoks will favnish a hundrW <lollart if sjch ù the case.  Put up or shut up.  stopped-to effect a compromise aad her clamor.  dollar from any soarce, which was not hon estly earned. What we have made berei  has been by hard work. Wo haye tried toj Bchools in tliis country, it do, ia our feeble way, all we were able to!leading features. Numerous  ro, killsd a rAttle taake, »as day latt week, which aeasnred slx fest four icches in ength.  H»Vr CAtTLE:  William Brown, son of James Brown, had Ae mitfortii»« to break his right leg below Ae knee, an Taesday of last week— Mr. O. H- Welborae has pnrchased Ae New Castle Hot«1 of Mr. Freaeh—The Cmirier is eagagsd in blackmailimg Ae la« dies and i^Ktlemra into sahscribtng. Ik Areateas to pnbliib tha nam«! of persoas who parchased lacgely of bogu^ "Cream of Iloies"for ihecoraplaiion, ntiless'thcy sub-tcribe—A map swiadler has beea haviag traabls in Henry county.  ItABtOV.  Bir. Easlctt, a ritideai of Monroe towa* ship, was ridicg a yoang honi«, and carry-iag a hroad-aze. It is sappotal tha horte Arew kim and by that strlkiag the axe his jagnlar veia was scvered, canhing Instant dea.h—The fiexttricanial meetlng of the Chrittiaa l'abllahing Associatlua will meet ia Manoa ca tho 2ist.  ImA at low Igaret. Spadid aMMtioa wiUka gtvea ta Cuttmm Wfk, aaá parfoct satisfketioa gaaranieed. Satra iadaca-mento afferà- ta fanons delivariag larga loU i Wheat la d« groaaá aad paekad.  JOEN D. CABTXB, noleviUe, lad.. Mareb l 19T. If.  The Goshea Dmnoerat says: Tha terrible disease, scarlet fever, which we snpp-^scd bad nearly disappeared ftom ourniast, has beea committing temblé ra'^'f^.f ages ia difTerent parts of the county within ' the last few weeküi  ËUra S^eel^ »«tic«.  BXWABE OF C0ÜNT1BFEITS.  Smitk'$ Tonte Sfrttp hat kaea coaater fjit««, aad Ae couaterfeiter bmaght to  Hon. Anson Woleott.  besides being a bsa  RICHMOKn^.  Stephen Jones, an old citizen, is visiting ing friends m tho city—<lrufikcn woman was arrested and fined Inst week—Another instalment nf iroa has ari'lTsd fcr this Ft.  jfl-om six -ncLes to tenven feet, V7¡;h great tt » tw , ..  huth , ___. ' Hon. Anton Wolrott, has 60acrCT plan-  accuracy and prcn^.ior.. 1 lie gnat ditn.:,,-, he^ns this se«oa.-/iann«fcar Un^ i culty in grindiTiji a sa?.- without leavinj; \t'io:i. one of the Uneven in tVi'.cVncss ha j always bten nc-  Etone hy practi'.-al saw makers.ichampion bean raiser, wa.us to hs a Con-ij.^ j,,.» ^^^  d*. for the good of Ae people among whom buil lin-s Lave been erected in this vida:ty ! xui, causes ik e ^a-.v to expand as soi.n r..« ^rrcisman and wiA the Cbngrcsfmen sing. r j. • . - ^ .  and schools (cndnc tcd with ail the mcaein -J hç^omei £]i.:!hily heated ia wcrkint:.'Hedoa't want to be an an^el, as we know Churches of this place, 1 ^Jj^q tj^u t^Vies plice a taw looses its stifi-! of, bat beoidis being a su^eessfnl cnlUvator oess aid wiil not cat in a dirca line. He^ofbc«ai, be knows~ there is mach profit ia  we liye. The favor with whirh our paper b received is the best acknowledgement of what hat been accomplised.  improvements, am enable to namerate  iHoa, aro ample  inmates at A* preaeat time—Two tkousani? galloiisofvrhiïky are manufaotarod daily at  The* recant ociion of the jury of Wyoming women in '■onvicilng a man of man-slnnçhter, shows that Ae weakness ef the tex i« not ]>r;iuùicîil to ja«>tice—that it, female juries will not favos wa/tfaetors.  The Terre Haute ßirpn î «ays- A man in Ulis city, who, Kome years since, got a divoTcfl trom Kis wife, now has her doina; houfcwoi V for wife number two, at two dollars a week.  Mir Atr Litnesar: Scarlet ra«h, as it Is called, is prevaUinsiin this comrauDitv to soma cr.te«t. It don't kill anybody, ont is very Runoying. Some eail it tlie '.'scMa-crow measeis."  "Ah," Slid oíd Mt l. Doosenbury, "lam-in is a great thing ! I've often ' fclt the need of it. Why, would you t*l irre it, I'm DOW sixfv years old, smd I only know tho same of threo monthi in the ys*% and them's spiing, fall ami aatura.!. I lamt the names or them when I was a leetl« bit of a-al!"  . , . J ». and display a fine taste of architecture. I wairants his saws io be iroe from these tle-ibeing a Congressman. The Hon Afoa  And now comesanother »odest ( ) cuyi^^^^^^^j ^^^^^^ He either iraVet t'.iemeveni« Aick-iw-.t a Stato Senator two vears ago. He  newspaper Jt ,s the new daily 7.«u.,,ofi j. Notwlt'.-un.liag I hai a crsh-!,^, o. gradnalty inmaiing initiiickuc.,!was elected hy the good and loval Bepah-  Indianapolis, one half Ac sim of th» paper, from eJge to tha centre, as Liay bo de-inoaaa of White couatr. The Kspublicaat  a f:ne organ, I ftîf a liflerwi!e-í», and ¡^ or thi» t® proai ar constituents  minister felt a liule icdiipo*cd ani Iooist-ijj^^ friction oa th.» surfa.-« of the law if »-loiHk« Hon. Aasoa. Senators an I Rep-r»nW on. în«.«:«« .. bly partook of ths Esmc. >ftcr dinner we! conseqaci.:!/it wUl remain tti.ï rewntalivcs nominate<l Lieut Gov. Cum-  wo^d ^Lnt to fift^n d^Z "ÏT; started to Ae lakes for a drive, a <H^ta.ce' , ^^^^ requircless ..t sud less'for Ü-S.Senator. The IIonAasoa wa.  ZofríLTis^t^een!^^^^^ ^ offivcmiles- We reached L.ake Calhoonj ,, ^^^ tave and I »-d amongst the of Aat nomina-  control itwho controUed the ¡^  At a school examination in ?rew Bedford l8.st week the teacher sonijht to develop t'ne "general inU'lligewco" of an infant claet by asking, "What are co~s good for 1" After a moment's pause a small hand went up with tremendous energy. "TToll Johnny wh.-vtis it 1" "Their thom-„ , , iachth are good for ti-ip«," shoatcd the  Cambridge City—itewton Scott has tnovcd.yj^aggjT^iit  tolndianapoli  It says that it weekly papers rrill publish its prospectus, said weeklies will be entitled to an exchange. The prospectus is a column  etc., and Ae probabiUties are, judging.,^^ „„^ ^¡¡^ ¿j  from Ae past, that Aey wUl go up Uke al-^^^.^ ^^ ^ trr aay,  io<^et aad come down ag^n. Even if it  bst  buv  Next carnei thj Malay Saw. Of this •tyleofsawg wc need not Sjteak at length only to tay that every size and styl« ar  lives, no coantry weekly, with a Aimble-foU of indepeadeace, would publish its long, a^ala prospectus, fur Ae coasidaration of an exchange.  The Ttaws is a iMat and rather readablej abeet, bat like most city daliet, it looks apoa the country weeklies as mere tenders to tlM daily pape> s. If the Tim« will pub lisk oar protpectus, without charge, we will do the same by it. If it wants The Herald it must ask no "boot." Aa avaa exchaaga is all we will give any pa^ per. We have long tinne qui t Aa prospec-taa bosiness, aad get as many papers as we >ant, in exchange. Taa Kcbald don't •fk favors of any dty paper. ^ hat ad /er-tisiag we do ia tbem we pay regular rates aad whaterer advertising they want as to de Aaa tliey mast pay ior at oar regular  gently Arows out her arm ia that direction ¡^^w bcia- made at this establishraoat.-  ;k aaid dial Mr. H. H. Dodd, of "»aa Book" aad "Sons of Liberty' , wa« leceatly sdMnf a patent fort Wayae. Wa preaoto he Im»  via of an outUt loms twenty feet wide, as'j^ a,H!tioB if to beip hsr rite, ittcarreat is rajtid, but is toon lost in the un Jcrbrash, that lines it^ banLt. The example is well worthy imitating by humanity, Thij little brook ripples over many curiosities ia the shape cf shelb and stoacs, which oar company was sooa iatently ia seareh of. Ths question being asked what vc was ia search of, each ona answer to their names;some taid shells others coraeat«.>tones, which are rery au^ nacrous, bat you naed not aok ms what I was ia search cf. fcrofcoarEait w&ssnakes.! Being assarred they wsre very scarce ia this coantry, waii a sonrca of great relief to me.  We next picked ourselves ap for a drive to MinnohAa, six miles distant, aad thro &• beaxtifal farming coaatry as I rrer saw. I.MinaeliAa scr tns 10 be the c^tre cf attraction ior St. Paal, Minneapolis tad ail the sarroandiag coaatry. The Ktlle brook is about half as larga as* White River, aad poart over a deit ef roeks, falliag an inter  to the style of saw» already mtntioBsd they are manufaetaring the But-lingorDrag Saw, the Sliing]« Saw, the Billet and Wood Sawyers, tbs Coopsrs'  X<et him raise baaus. It is after all surest way of ratMmj t' < irtW.  his  Tfccrs are 1C7 male and fe m«le dogs in the city—Mayor Bennett's office was well patrotiized last week—The Board of Coramitsioneis refuted to grant lirenta atAeirlasi term. Tbe Common Pleas Court will granr;Aem,ao doubt—Mrs Charlotte L^mon, wife of Rev. O. V. Lem oa, died on Tnesd.i7 ol last wetk, after a long and painful illnofis—A foot way ia to coBstracled over tbe new raii.oad bridge— Bichaond has dog mordercrs. We want to charter tomi cf tliein, and wiil give them steady eiaployment for a month.  The Terre Haute GauU» i3 in a bad way for locai itcms. It says, pathetif^al'.y and appcalirgly; "Woa't sonebody's daugh tar mn away with some ose, and some oc;'s old man get mad and shoot at some oue, and soma cse light oat, and bave  Webb, Taming Welib, Fellow. Pit, Icc,'«»«^» o^e arrestäd, or soma «ne do some  Gang, Scroll and Compass Saws and Saw knives.  In addition to saws they are famishiag a variety t.f ma<-hinory ased ia cou3»ctk>n with sawt. In their Patent Band Saw  thing to 8»me one to somebody caa make a note of iti Sayl  The Evaasville Branch of the Lifo As sociatton of America was organized on Machinery, t'na saw travels ever 4,000 feet «'«itng, with tweaty.four trustees.  per minute, or more thaa/•rty»/S»e miles «n hour. Tha Patent Clipper Dra;; 8aw is a machine that every farmer would d«> well to have who has timber that he withes U> get into tba mar)cet.—It is complcta u all iu parts.  AnoAcr machine of iatorett is Ae Barlow's Pateat Saw Gammer. This Gammer has boea before the pablic for two «r Area years, daring which ti!ao they hava  cach ef whom was qnalificd by .taking a Ufa policy of 110,000.  Mofgaa county has the "oldest Mason." Mr. Tobias Batlcr, of Bay townshp, was made a Maaon whea ha was twcaty-two» and has beloaged to tha order fifty-sevea yean. 80 says Ae Gasetta.  plaa to areapa—easily aad ax- raptedl j aatil strikes ia Arreat form in the  A« faarA story of a gargüng stream below, a distaaca of M I isBUkiaca l7,WtiwaaletlMf«jí ^aD kaawa as a aaa «f  leasaat afiemooa Aere is ofcarriagea aad ▼ Aides form that laoras on  à new Academy bailding b ia course of coBStractina at Nobles ville. The Comme withstood serara tests, and aow have a rep- j^j^j ^f thatcity says H wül ba a beaatiful tda atatieaaaeqaaU d by any other Ka»«8r¡^joB,i,trBctara-on« Aat Aa town great cvw made. In spite of Aeloag standing aad wall know pr^adice agamst all kinds  of burr gammera. Aera kave bean several Aoasand sold, which are giving entire sat-  A yoang girl named Bcttr Bnter, took chloroform to ease the pain of ecrofalous  isfoctioa, Thedonbíeupsetandíharpenerjsorcs, in Elkhart county, last week and is aaothei machine Aat needs mention-,is aow sleeping tho iloep that knows no  ^fm «m. loM «tAjiat, ti^ aa «pMt aad tharpea« «i»abiB->«ktcg.  At a recent paiish meeting a strait-laced and most exemglary cirate sn bmitted a report in writing of t!ie de.^titnte widows and thcrs who stood in need of assistance fro.-n the parish, "Ar* you sure, reverend Sir," Aiked another solemn brother, "that yon have embraced all the widows?" He said he beleived ho had.  Tho Indianapolis Timn. which, two weeks ago camo into ih«) world «rowing like a tea ycarolJ cock, went to Styx lost facsday. It collapsed .brsathicg a request for coantry papers to publish its prospectus. It ran a brief but brilliant career, and now we pat upon its tomb-itonj this epitaph "Why was I begun for, To be so toon done fori"  Ofthe crops in Crawford county, the Ijeavenworth Indtpendent says; Farmers throughout the entire county report a very I flattering pr>sp«ct for an abundant yield of com tha coming texsoa. Of fiuit, especially apples, thflre will over an aytraore vieid. Wheat is not doing so well at antic Ipated late in th© winter, thongh the cro wiil be an avera<;e one, predictions of croa^ ers to the contrary notwithtt^ding *  "Wheu will the Democrats hold the next primary elocton, to uomin:;to a candidate fur Auditor 1" is the leading question iu political circles.  J. R. Cain snd W. S. T. Morton have purchased the iutcre t of Thos. N. and J. G. Stilwell ia tho store of of J. B. Cua & Co. The name of the firm is not chaagad.  The executive Committe« is hard at work making grand arrangcmects for the Connty Fair ia September. The Premium L'ist will be issued \n a «ew weeks.  Large cnmbers of persoas, from all ports ofthe State,are atteading'tha Saongerfest,at Ciccinnati, thi« week. It is a big occas sioa, and will furaish much mnilc aad beer.  "So you are going to !?ai i a youug lady to her old aunt.  keep a  scho'»! r Well.  lor my part, sooner than do that, I would inan-v a widower with nine children." "I should prefer that mvselt," was the reply; but where is the widower V  Tbe agent for a [>atent cofSn says, in his circular; "Undertakers who have used it, pronouace it a perfect sacocss, and wo ask vou to trv it, fi«« of charge, tmd ¡ndgc for yourself.''  "How does the Empress Eiigenic dress inquired an inquisitive female of abachclor friend just reiunied from Piiris. "Like a woman," was the bru.sq»te reply. "Of course," confinued the inquirer; "bnt I wish to know whether she wears tostlv dresses." "I nnderstaad you madam, was the ungnllant reiT).'>n»e: "she dresses like a woman—wearing the most costly garmvnu Ac can procure  A lady teacher in the Baptitt San<THy school at Omnje rscenily ba<l occa ion to illufctratJ ak'son ob "fwth," by the story ofachild who was told hy hisfa:l»or to drop from an ekvate«l p'ac« into his ann-. Tha father could not l»c seen oy the child, vet, when comniaiidcd, it dropped. U¡K»n the teacher asking her class what •howB by Ais ttorv, a bright Tittle fclJow A Medicai. Qckitw»—Is ope«ing ^imaediateW rapliwl; "H tlAised Aat ^ d«ad-lettctap«ti aoilwi «•aniaaiioa. thud pla*^  SMITirS TONieSYRUP.  Thagenatne articlo mast havo DrJow Bt:i.t,'8 priv.at9 itamp an eaeh boltl«. T>r John Bull only has the ri^ht t« manufar tai« asd teil tbe ctiginal Joha J. SaüA's TONIC SYRUP, of Louisvilla Ky. Examina wall Aa labal oa cach beti!e. Ifmy private stunp is not on :he bettle da »ot parchasa or yoa will be^deceived. See ay column advertiicmeat, and my show Card I wül prosecat« any ena Afringing on rsy righ». The ^W«»« ,3*tt«'a Tame Stecf caa only be prc^red by mysitlf.  Tm public I temnt.  DR. JOHN BÜLL.  Lor»TT^la, Oct. M, 18«». v « bo-»»  NSW AaVEBTlSEMEXTS.  Newspaper  Advertising.  A Book of ICS clo«e1y prhjted p.-.rfes, lately siir;l. roiitaiiis a »>t Mie best Anierio.an Mii<lÌMn\!». Riviox .15«? n.itnes, i;ir<>nl.it'0!;«, .an-lm!! partii'itliir« concoriiinj! ine Icrtüi'jg Uailv !»n<t Weeklr I'oUtir.al ;in<l "amily Ncr^pai-erv together wiih all tisose !• If inir large Pin nlatioiiH, jxi'o! ¡«-h»?.! in tbe ii»t»rcst01"religion, agrirnlture, literiiture, Ac., Af. tTcry adrertiscr and ivery |i^r<on \Tho »•.OBtcmpUites l»ecoini.^g such, will find tili« ìvjok oí frreat Taino. MhíU-«í T-te 10 ¡m t íuU'.ress íin rei-»ii>t ot tlftci n rents. 0£0.  The Pitf-I.urg (Pa.) Leaiíer. In its issne ot Müv ». ISW. savs: " I he ilmi of Geo. 1'. iîowell * C«.. whicb issues thi« iiiterestin¡r ■intl Tal liable book, is the lary.-st and tn'St k'lTeni i«? AKcni-y in the LiiitM Sti»tos, ctu orfully resonimenti it t« the aitentioa of tbo<»t' » ¡10 «î^sive to »«Ivertisc tli«ir l>ii«ines.sscieulißcully nutl systematic-a!ly in sncli » WAV. that i^, so to sorurí Ita« araonol of piiUlicity fur the le.tst expenditure 01 laoncy." 604  PATENTS!  fnventor.^ who wlsU to t«k« out Letters Paleut.arc.-«.1»is(>«lti» conn'^el with .Mi:.N.N a CO.. eòitor.s ot the .SoU-ntiflc Aiiien-an, who have ;>e<>>t'cnteit nlaim-. b%'i'«ve the Paient Office I'rir over Twenty 1 ears. 1'i»cir Aint-ri-can auit Eiirojivan "Fxtei t A^ï-i'^y is the in<»>t eMfcn-ire in ihs world, i h.irjis U-s^ t:i:in any reliable mrency. a pam.fhlet oon-taiuinx li'll ii>sinn-ti(ii!s'to iiiventors is sent irialis.. MUNN A CO., 8Tl'.<irk Kow. .New  Volk. aoiw  pasMva aad abaolata, aad at th« same timo ligktaadM^, Maaaakatethakifhest tpaad wiA Kttia ar aa aoitt, aad without-t^ary a Aa Machine. Wa hava so aimpU.> fied ia coQstradtoa. that Aa «osi mez-pariaaead tm aparata aad ragalae ü with-oat ai«paamUa A« asaal diificaltiaa and dlseoarac«BBeaa M flreqa«aÜ7 coaplaiaad ot ÌJ b«gtaa«ra A A« bm «f the Scwùff Macktaa. Indeed, sra defy Aa worid to pvadaca Aa tra iateBigaa« aad aabiaacd aechad wba wiB aat ptoMaoca it tba nar Vaaiil/ Bcwiaf MaabiRa ha avar awr bat we dean it aora digaift«! Aat Aa Ma^. Afaw shaall fro«lata ita «wa aartfc  It war« aa er :adL A affhr loaf eat»-. logM« af hie«i-«>«odi«c ra&rcaeea. ..«id aliU easier a paMisb aoateasieBl paapUota of iif{«>t aad iaileriag tatiaoaiala faa piôd aewsoaper aditors aad boaght ap oAeiab, bat it woald be «f ao earthly scr* vka a tha bayar, ebica tU poamt ma-dilae« l^rabk Am« ia Aa grMdea abund« aaca, aad to«, «f aec«ssity, via.: to «•Bttal tkchr ku:k of a«rit.  We, tbeafeta, aek tinyiy at iatêlllgen caaaiaaAa of Ac »aatTs af aar Machia« A eoaipaiis«« wiA ethers. This txanAi« atloa we woald hat« t&« AosI lapartial. To this «ad wa woald saggeti Aa A« «ww eoarae be adoptad Aat was adopted by tha Board af Eaaaiaevs a tke Froaklia laslk tato, A VSiladeiphia, a Aeiranaaal ezU* bhioa. Their report oa 8ewÌD,( Machine* is T«ry instructive, aad is Aercfore alladad to la Ais drcalar. By thas retamoff to the coarse adopted by the 7raaltlin InitH tata, we aay ba disclosAg a sacitt of tha trade, aad yet to thoso about to ourehase » MaAiae tor Family a«a, it Is bât doioff at we woald ba doae bv.  La tke Madiina'be Araidcd wiA fino spool cottoa, or silk, the apper aad ondee «pools tdike. Thea take some dosen pieeaa of dUfereat fabrics, ranging all A e war friim tha io«it tflntt to Ae heaviest cloth, and eren stoat, hard leather. Sew each or Aave with Ae Manhine mnaing at its high* est sn>ed. wiAoat stopping, or even chaff, ing the tension. Repca this process backward aad forwud some score of timea. Now, if Ao sewing of «11 the different fabrics is perfect, Ae se/un ela-rtic, and alike on t)oth sides—^ao skipping of stitehcs—then it is safe te conelode tha; the Machine is not a rooR Machitic at kasr, and tbe Machine tr.at will do Ais bbst it Ae Imtt for familv use.  Tht reason:« are obviou.*, for fnch a M«cWne will do the iìr^t-i-ìass fino vork with the same facility that it will do tha flrsfdass heavy work—wiil rr\n from one kiuil of work to an.fthcr without alterinis teasion «r re^a^jastiair machine, and will pass over seatat wiAout breaking needle or tkioping ititchr t.  Sack are ovr ideas of a good Sewfttgr Machiae, aad rtch is the Macbine ve offe* to the publie. VTt do not sav that it rana íast-r, and easier, and stiller than any oth«» nf\chiae ia cit,- bat wa v>t!f »ay^and witli emphaiis—that it raas at/«< and cu easy, and WiA «a Httle noise, m aar fìnt clasa macbioe A aarka. Ñsither 'do wa saf that it will du fiaer aad »ieer work than anw oAer machifi« A aso—tat we ir/// say«-* aad with c^ual emphasis—Aa :t will do om frae aad «s «ice work «t a^y Sewing Machine manafactarcd. and the'tatao machino will sew as heavy Beavtr tVAh Vctrcoatê tS ever ware wora.  Way, more, thittame machine will sew from one to t wonty thicknesses of Maneillee, or from the most delicate bank bill to Aa itoatathamc»« leather, without any chang» whatever, and »»ke every stitch perfect.  Jfow, such an iliw'«tration ef the capacity of sewine machi us is ef the highett pract tical valtts to oa« tbout to porchueft machine for family rm.  Not that every 'fanily require so wide « range of workmanship; bnt every family /•es re<}aire a mäcblns to rm over ncama witkoat breaking ucedlcs or skipping; stitcli* et.and c«rtainly it can bo no objection if the machme will sew from one kind of work to aaother,wiAo«t difHcult and tedions adjust mcRts. j!fay, the fact it out. and bo arts of the Trade can disfuise it, viz. that Aao vexatioas adjastmcnls have ever been the of Ae tewiag machine in tha  cryiag sin c hoosenold, aad tke gte*t ub'tacle to Aeic IT ase ll>r tke i«jm\j sewine. extract from the Meport oi" tbe Com*  pep^w ase ft>r tke f«»ily sewine. Ws  mittec of Exhibiaons, heltí in PhiladelphA by Ae Fraaklfi laütitu^e. Oc». 1858;  Ifo. 10»—Tbe Fiakle A Lyon Machino is a Shuttle Machine, and bnt aiueh to recommend ii. The ehuttls is carried in a cradle, as As invrator aster;«, to avoid frietioa A the Auttle race. Tlis tcn.iion ia ftom a rod, aroaud which thread 1« twisted, each turn inrreavini; the tension.* a ^caliarity i.4 claimed in operating cam. Tho groove In this r.<*nj,TfhichgÍTM notion to the need!« bar, is so arranged, that Ae needle bar is at no tijn^ aftu&lly ot rest, but its speed, as it approiithei the top or bottom of itt stroke, it f;-'» lually increased or dimiriiihcil. The machine works with short needle, ancyi^^oop thrown ctf for Ae sLutt!«. to ps^ 'i^onicli is very small:tho .«lack of the thread ia urawn !-y á j eculiar ^ .lever, operated by the nec.ll» bar. «ml peoras  SftlSj^IKN^nriM^Tri'níícMma';,^;:^ work with great prcci^ion. In the work  YKS! IT IS TRUE !  That the l'.cst Btower.s—the KcM l>i-oppcts -the r.eu S€ll-Kak«is to Ite (onnii in the w<.>' l<l art- <h<;Oi i;.':'Kil ami Itcliable l>ouble-Moiiun ^tnn Macklae», by the  .f:r>a .^lam v'avuti im.NG IO., ot >alein. ohii». Senti ior pai*]»! Ut coutaimnii p.ar-iici.lars. r«U-.r  Viiilaloii'hiv.  5ii 4w ' jdonc hy tiiit mnchine tor the u!«-ie< tion of PWP ACHII^^^ if ® Committee the operau.r .un fu d 'ron*  inrj Slook t 'C« «•>'• !>tiiini>. TAk- hn« gauze to thick cloth anJ leather,  Y w) iw out aay changc in the ke.l, pte il<- or rc-n-  tt \ N J^* « o  MOü^íÁCtisüá  .In -^ U. KU H .Mil»' P.O.  CiMV«'.! t* grow 111 .>>i\ UCI IÑS.  lîox 3.1^6, Ne V York v  cm ADVERTISEMENTS.  Kotiee (0 Contractors.  NOTR E Whrrcl^y given that i-calo.l pro-4»« s.tls will !'.• reicive.l by thu Ctoimonn  tion. Tiie machine in iTearc.l to run at high speed, mm very ligbtlj, and with but little noiso.  "K< viewing the merits cl" the forcRoitig Macnines in regard to excellence ol mo clianical arrangements, and adaptation to great range of workmansi'ip, the Commit tec gives preference in ordev of merit.  "First—No. 109, tho Finkle & r^rca Maohinet. JOHN K. ADDICKvS, Chairmiin.  iVi.imil oftha City ot An-Jcr^on, «t Hieirl/nr-,. jt , T>,,.t ?? ... . '1 T .ciiulai «feini*. on Moiiday Jmni8..tli.lfc7i), i O^foJ.r« huddinjf  eratliiiK an<l if'aviUiujf ol l .mal  ANDEUiONMNU.  P.O-OURRAN Agent  iievring -l/ncliinc l'ixturca aa^  fer »aie. llar. U «ta  iV.r t'.« gra«liii|i an<l if'aviUiujf ol l .mal >irct't au'l tlic >iile walk> thereot Irom M;mi »tècet to L>el;iwa>« str«-»-!, in sai<l city. Ali '»ili"-lo l>e i>ev cubi«'yurrt, Rn<l iiC!'«nn"ji;inii'<i -.tv l*-;»<»n^i!lIe seciiiitv. l'iaiis ami siioi-iO-;aioii''> 01 tlif ^aul work cau ho sììiìii au tim .ìt'ivol'"» oitt' c.  liv Odici- or the CoTiimon (oun'-il ofthe Citv of Anil«i -'iii. Indiana, .Jmic Jilìi, liTO.  vS C.'M/VUTIJi^i^^Mavor.   

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