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   Danville Gazette (Newspaper) - November 29, 1877, Danville, Indiana                                 V-----■'■-'ív :  íí  Al-ift*"'  TBSiSBIPXíOKv«  ^■•ï V. -"-J.  "XI  BES 29, 1877.  WHOLE NO. 681.  JOB OîlI<  _  "ÄÄ-i ív-í - ^ »Ä LS'X'f  IS PKEPAÜED, Ï0 0. ' ■ ' '  EXECOTE TYPE KiNTiliGP  ïU OF EVERY DESCRiPXION, IN A NEAT AKD ARTISTIC-HANtiiEa  ■  • • "i'*''*''  TERSI® MBASOIVABI^Br  fe-; i V-  e Stock of Jewel-  V  S"-  r-ív;  ïy at Private Sale and Auction-  jott'fo to InJiaDapoIu, 4on't forget to c«U at  ^nham's Oid Jewelry Stand,  »ad buy »  leiD WATCH AND CffAIiTi AND SET OFJKWELBY,  J^i'lcts tkiui thaj can b« maBufaetarcd for..  ki  I f"^  'uei;fonEv€rt0 nay anaiËvetUuff.  .iraÀÌBgton  Lâick & Jeffers,  p J toiifc »bout three year» Atrantic ftom Kcw York City to Kockr away Beach, and now "I hare another joarney of quite a difiereut nature to rccord. Uot having a very rugged cour 8tilution, I had been trying for the last two laontbs to get away from my practice for a little trip of recreation, but each time when I " would get ready to: start some person would get eick that I thought I must attend to, and away would go fill rny anticipations of pleasure- Finally, one morning last month, on going to SCO the sick I waa attending ihey aii proved convaiescitigj so I drove up to our Uou^-c and said to my wife: "It is now or never; get ready and we will leave town at once/' Without any more ado she wrapped up our prccious Uittle daughter, got in the buggy and away we went, saying "farewell to city ««¡id busine.ss." That evening we drove out iiftecn mi!c!>, tiirough aomeicoro country that-^jrould-make a  tlÈjag-cfse. Wbeh'Ve ïô^ them Jeff >aid¡ "Wouldn't Hence enjoy these ho^?** ' He  taking a' look at meant, asyoú will infer, my respected uncle, Flendersoñ Cook, of North Salem. '*Yc8," I answered,, "lie would enjoy looking at your stock, and, what ia more. It would suit him here generally. lie would get rid of that rheumatism." Now, Mr. Editor, it is my.iium-ble opinion that if a man has good' hcai'h and is making a good, comfortable living in Indiijna, or any where elsCi j he had better stay there; but if a hifin is troubled year after year with some chronic or recurritig disease, then, and only then, he had belter look around for some climatc that is "more adapted to the weakne.sses of his constitution. Talking about those hogs; they were a cross between Berkshire and Suffolk, I believe, but not knowing' much about  hoffol ' posítí?  Kafck, >iiíí Hi^e  writes to that p ,  coDCGrhing the' prob^bl^i the next Indiana  Very naturally the deaifrl Morton and the appoi Voorhees drive Bepubli ing and f^pecnlating-M .t^ of electing a liepubtican^  Square  inapo-Mati Ga-áfoílows |êsîoirof  I^enafbr iitvof ■ Mñ figur-Hîkelihood  lectuig a Uepublican äiB^för in January; 1879. It is ndw hWi^illiàn a decade and a half since they^pre without a rejireisentative in thè Senate, and-the idea of -I continually is not a pleas  But will they be di than to next^vinter?; Q tiix Senators holding, are Itepubtican^, nine^iD' one Indépendant. Of to be elected next fall atl be returned from dîstric safely be counted as-lU' all human probability. Senate wUI be Uepublicá jority. .Should the,con " Newton, Jaspcr^u'd^' ■ á " " "  larfiiârïtir'ivsori. that .derives iis^ ni  Aod fame fr6i« artesian weil?,' the ^(¡^ulÎ^^^iË^^i^lif^lS^Los'Ângelestj teisbf w'lijch have acknowledged fne- packers, and the fact that so much corn« dicinal virtues. There we found our is beinç; raided in this countv leads me genial, allé, honest county clerk, A. W*. | to predict that the time will come when l*otie, recuj»eraiing from the labors of J this will be as great a hog country as  D*Al>EnSlK f  inOCEMlíJE».  I OáJIKED GOOIß,  in^Tokacco.eiass and Chiurìt'are,£c.  Fw£Sr fi0Ojr.yA'WJrASOXfC '0/LI>/XG, „,,H.J, Jf Ue h»idn't got ou iminiutc urius j liin«.-; I  with our litlle girl that cveiiiiiir aiitl aiv  au arducius campaign. He has been my native state. A corn field here county clerk for bixteen yenr.-», and was hooks like a young forest. Each stalk just elccted a short time Siince for four j has troni tXvo'to four ears on, and Jt is years more. lie is one of those iijfcr- ^noihing unusual for the~tirst ear to be  I must  cílvoftén ch ^ a Bepresentair . more even that ò least 53 of them wii Tn 1874. it is true» Kepubjicans to .58 dependents. But.lS73ty dinary year, and will ii" is of caíüulation. The was at its hight, and strjol districts rciurncd Dcmoc  ted iStates shut out one.  red louger e twoniy-r sixteen ocrats and wenty-tour ten are to Which can ^^n. In fore, the >y fojir ma-r of Benton, eturn a lie-lOrs, an In-ot nnlikely VC twenty-fsis.  n maforlty jitcd^Hpon. Äjef. cvei» |m are poll-' I staH^es of Üthanceiare i »enibers icpublicans.  ttre onlv 33  151  Wtifcb Ars tbe BesiOysterst Jam«s Riohardsoa, Scribner for Dec.  A-B for comparative merit^ that is a matter which rivals the oyster itself in delicacy. In Washington or Baltimore, the oyster dealer will generonsly admit that It is quite possible to £nd good oysters oui»fde of Chesapeake Bay; but lor a.'-perfeet oyster, ho will tell yon that.it is useless to look to any other locality. The riiiladelphian is'equally sure that the estuary of the Delaware is the perfect oyster's only home,—a local prejudice which the oyster-eater of New York attributes to a deplorable ignonince of what a first rate oyster really is. Doctors difler; and the unprejudiced can only rcioic3 that anywhere between the parallels of-^6 degree» and 40 degrees north, one may find oysters worthy of nuy linnian pnf-| ate. ilcre in New York the favorites i are, first and formost, the Saddle! Ilocks,—a variety which Jer?cyn>en in-i sist has been exterminated theSe many j years. They siill remain, however, not! only as direct descendants from the colony about the original Saddle liosk,; but in man J- other locallities in Long Island Sound ; for it was not a distinct variety that gave the name its fame, f but only au exceptionally thrifty j chance-sown bed of the common na-j lives,—a grade of oyster that artificial i  rulturo easily and constantly "vals. i ^ A "O ^ A T^ff^ C!}Tk Next in rau'k may-bo mentioned theQ Q W ahWi Bhio Point?, cominir chiefiy from Uroat; South Bay, Lons Island ; the same as .ihe former. >«» «tooK, uui oir-lerVng Wtriewhat in flavor. The pro dncts of Shrewsbury liiver, N. J., prob- ' I ably conic next: these were fornterly . j transplanted natives of Newark Bay, [ ® improved by devclopnicnt i'l the favor-; able waters of the Shrewsbury: but , „ , 1 ujore recetitlv, wo are informed, the ;ts,and9In-. ^^^ i. commbniv  Island Sound. "  rvo as a bas-  CHEAPEST AND Í5EST.  BE3 "SOXj  OFFERS HIS EiS^TIRE STOCK OF  AT'-  brought from  Long  nal Democrats that can't be beaten in ¡go high yon cannot reach it.  h. Somi  the account of niv | ««'tuity. for insianre, retii  thiäcouuty. I wouldn't mind that so ;gtop writing, though. Some of these } pendent RepreRentati4's/ îilonroc I fb®!"'»-"''' ^ }^elievo  Feb. S2.  DAXVII-E. IKD.  PROFESSIOA AL OVltDá.  I iini«js I nmv tinish  pleasure trip; tell von about a moun-i liepresentati^ve ; s<  " . •., T '¡inil and Cwliio, Scott, t.tin canipinii exiieditiou with J. D.  M  ILTOX SOWDEB.S,  Attor'icy At  S{m:cU «llenlion given  Ifortk Indiana,  t« ««llection«.  .lofl'erîon. Dccatnr. Tìnsi ami, Klkhait and Noble.  ^nback fever ! Republican »tic or Indc-  s»riciicc l/s To licUi'loii.  Ar^ril T>.  T. Stan- l\in>. If I were  i en her a lot of grapes—suiMeUiIng she t.-tui camping  Jiad never enten before. The con>e-j i',uker. formerly sheriff and county qiiencc was, about midnight, one shriJI j clerk of lleiidricks.  scream alter another rent the air; niv j j uuist shv one word about the grief 1 relnrned four members 4> th  wife fni.l -rolic!" in a very impressive i „-c experienced on hearin-of the death i J>7."!Jion, Warren Grt^^ Henry and _______, . . ,, r _ ' I. . . .. = .... ! Madiion returned Indef J^donts. :No  \  of which Indiannpolis isrcounty scat,  hed a D.'uio- i apprcciHtion of the scieniilic revcla-1 did Swiizer-I''"»s concerning our globe would j pnnitifs atid appall mc into faith. To think of this ! Bodu'o, liU- jball wliirling and spinning about the j Even Marion i•'"'d to be an atheisl! its covering ,  home mechanics ÎTew Carris.ge Shop!  less in comparative thickness than a i  ly W- JOHNSON, M. E  Phyiilclau ÄS^-ffcoti.  OIBm ov«t lUtt« Uamésí SU'«!, lieSqaar«, OanTitt«. ln<I. '  wcjt «iilc Pub-  ITTER, WALKE» JtHTTEK, Attorney!» Law,  riglity-twoea-i Wa»binK¿» St.,.RoBclíe Boitd-iag Iüi<IUpa{iotu, TodUot  Ù^* XAÏtOit,.  ifB.  w. .......,  jtedlaBk. OiTie« orer Pott-oCc«. isWi<.ât1en«/(»l t«.  Xo-  fi-Ti  J. tïSX,  Attorney nt Law,  the ilonse ! pcach -skin, and ils pulp a seething lite, | aiid to feel that we are at the niercy ot j  . i-.^aw.-w. returned Indefilkdoni.s. No i'be forces thai lash it like a lop around j  manner, and commenccd walking the ; of i„e greai and wise Morton. All the ' ^ne who knows anythinirtof ihe poliiic-' <l>e ,-cliptic, and of Iho raving llames floor wi th ihc darling child, but tiie j ,,.j},ers in Californta united in praising al complexion of lliese dWricts believes «''»l boave and beat for veni ; not moie !  screanië increased in force and rapidity. No camphor, no p;ircgoric, nosoothing-  hi« ability and honesty. The following is from the IÎO|)ublican, of this city, and  it possible lor similar ietnrns to be ! ••"i eiglith of ils surface inhabitable ; made next vcar. The foto for ISTO, i by man : seas roariua: around him, trop-i . , , iihcrelore is" a better «Alide. Green-» ic heats smiling his brain, polar frosts,  syrup, fs.i. wjih the air of a mnrtyr, 1 f is a fair sample of the sentiments of in- i h.^ckers were plenty cnSighVhcn, poll-j threatening his blood, ini uid airs laden j arose to heal couje W!»tcr. This I ac-! t,>ni^cut people everywhere. A iter i in«r upward of la.OiK) votisi The J)«m-i with fever, sea winds charged with con-; complislied by emiitying the soap dish, j jrjving an accounUof his life, Ihe editor ! ocrats, too, carried the  tilling il with water and holding it over I srtvs : - j or infijorily. L^it  the lani'!» for about filic«^n minutos. O ! i The Amcrica.. I i.ì-^d has its nbiest .te- ! Republican^...,  how 1 enjoved ii! Then we took a ! M-I-f civil libor,, Unvc lo>i a j ^^^^^^^^^^^  ■ ilea.If.iit inivoiale. nini ¡lumninlv » true fruiid. tlOlHliii tUe iOnU OallOt. ! 1  l.findkcrchie!. or somethin;; of  Hfite bv 5.400^•'"»»Piio»; hurricanes hovering in the!  J. T. McCUBDY,  DAA-YILLE, : : ind.,  -MANUFACTURER OF--  „ race bf i...„„„au? s,u,„.on„, ¡.„„cou,-i SFRING,SPORTi N6 & DEXTERW AGONS  111 thi- K.x< ciilive lit Wn^îlinK^.n (here Î eiHimerutcd llild  «il! ln'sorroÄ' «inci-ro: his oia-ljutor in the S^a alo wiU i.niiH'iu ihi' oí his iKiblv frU-nd: in «he colMgc of tilt' hunihlc thç tcarí wiìl flo»v iii inoir.iry ul' the irroai arxl juhkI  : Heid as in 1S74 |conte?ton the pur independents conid  N-ii'le ìrì.:i;d and hiro, farciveìl! l,<>n^, Iriviii"; ■lini t.iilhiiil tiaîl» Uiv wi.tidroiis l;ilu>r,-. groat jiiiii "loiitiuf >Iiaîl bo thv'uiciuorv and rowsrd.  KoTth Satem, Ind., Practice« In Juitici»' »nd of Annhcim, a ¡.ro-pnrous place of two preservation, and will be apprc-  d three (it , and a r»c part of DV Ï nrf:  Tc'ected fittv-•'«-'Ct ? the conditions ol life ilejiendent thus coil- i on the uio>t delicate oscillations of say-he districts' powers over which the wisest man itket-s in the'is powerless as a worm — to think of  ore des{)erato 1 ^hese and not to have any conlid,enc3 or  mocrais and I have been  belief in a Power superior to these pitiless forces, not to have an inspiri>»g ;  |~AnV~C{re«it Charts.  large  iliai kind, dippid it in the hot water, Inid it cm our chiid's alulotnen, and in five minutes our babe was sleeping souhilly. The next n»orn!itg was. ¡..yc-ly. A 1 hrce-hours ride. !hroi»|rh ,i bçan-tiftil viillcy, with mnyinifueni njonn-tiiin-i ttì the loft of «is nud the I'acitic  Ocean to the ri-rhl, look us to the town I foMowing poem is, I think, wor- mation of any sue!/ wave, and it is only i agerie as of a man at rest in nature, | ^  fair to prciiiiiie. if Indiana Republican» j scciug what it is. and not feeling that it • ^  Js^nd tlie ISTovelty Siitclaii? son ^Patent.  f riiuminí, Picpainn« and Blacksinilhing Donc lo Order.  .ncnory u. U.e siroai an-I k..,.<ì mnn n. w fe'«'"*-: | " , " t>^it-» ttbì. » « --  and e.vperience. «..d is shel- Ola to lO0l¿ €iS WeMas «/Ttetr.  h. r ¡..rever m. re. «líain. and iloubtless will do it, unless a ; terect oy a ceaseless love, from the bun- j_______________________i^rz—-- j................................______: .  like that of 1S72 sweeps | ger of the elemenis ! Why, I could as i  tidal wave  over them. Recent elections in ihe j easily concieve of a person inakiiig his Eist, howevci;, do not reveal ihe for- ! home unconcerned in an uncaged snen-  CAlîKlAGIi Wt>lîKS.  Ä  E«p^W.itenlion8lr.nio {„habitants. Five  ; miles further and we were at the settle- j meut and village of Orange, one of ihej prcttic'-i places I ever saw. Alihott^hi Sit is a new piare, yet it already has as;  ^ C. WAniROVS,  Attorney At Law,  í'íIWíirtlI«», IndUii*. OlK^.in Qrt^n'i block •oath rid« public iqaare. .Sf oc«*l attention given ; good f:chOols;aiul churche- as any toxvn ;  to rollaetion*. _| îd HcMilrick« county, and thai means as .  J O. ADAMsI [ us cnn be found anV vvh;.'rt outsivlc j  Attorney At Law,  ; of our largì: ciiìes. The beauty of the; I place ilcpende, noi so niuch ou the city |  DMTllto. IndUn». OIBceop «tal«, oror D.n- ; ^s on the lovelv five and ten-acre j  irlll* B«nkinK Couip»ny « r>.«m. ^ot3r¡«l bu«i-; ... , * .. , , '  - - * ' ..¡ii.-^ .!...• -..-rouud it. wiih a back-  HM« mttand^ tu.  J^R. J. B. HARLAN A 80K, I>eiitliìt8,  DMTtU*. Ind. Nluoac OxSde Gm »dmmi«terec «hM defìrod. Offic« in Uomnn's &«w* building wp »t»tt«. ___"  T ArvIQÛfâSEY,  villus that snrrovmd it. wiih a gronnd of grand mountain .scenery thai; is really inspiring. Kich of the small | farms that are :n sight of «he village is ; closely set out with orange, lime, fig and : other trees, nnd giapevinci. Fruit-'  ciated by you :  MOUTOX. I>cnd l.ion of lb« han-l!  I'rouil, kingly tieail laid low! Sin.11(5 iif the hi-.irl mid hand, *  Great Ivadcr in ruuimnnd. Iiiiuu.rlal Patriot grand!  Low o'er Ihy User wirl.ow. Ceni-nih Ihc war's dark pall  Thy wordi of rinsing cheer R..u-cJ arniU'i' »ish ihcir.cull iti^h Kumiitig ov«r alt Thy fpirit gmnd ami tall  Slill linger:! wiin us here. Co ficlJi of hlood aj.i g.ire  Ttijr loijrhly voice wa» heard; The cchoc.« uf iis rwar Still ring frt.ai fh'iro to shore, .■\nil >liall fotorcrav.irc.  While freedom's pulicit »tirrel.  Ai-iiKKT V. Kkbcki:V.VI.. Los As«r.L»:s, Kovcmbiii 3, 1677.  _____ prt ... . _  do their duty, Mr. Voorhoea' successor i is embosomed in God ! Go to nature, will be a Republican. j my .brother; go to the unroofed iini-  Democrats will go inlo the contebt ! ^'^rse : go So the awful pages of science, I next vear in better fighUng trim than ¿"Ol ^o » y.®"«' religion, but to learn i Repnblicitns. It is a!re«(!v understood ; "«ed of it — to learn that von are : «bat Mr. Voorhees is to be'elocted to the ; houseless wiihont the sense of God as j Uniied Slates Senate, if his nartv eon-! overarching you by his power, pledg-| iroU the lej-i.^lature. With him,"there-! i"^' « »» J ®".' twisting the Inrlo,.»;  fore, it will be a personal contest, and ; immensity ,nto a prolectiug^  he xvill move heaven and earth, solo tent lor your spirit s home. ^ j  speak, to win it. Heretofore Senator ..GcrmaTsjvrup " i  Morton on such occasioiis, has Jed the : oj,,^,, „jeaicine in the world was '  Republican forccs. ll his always been ; such a test of its curatives  for bis personal interest that the Mate,; ^^ Boschee's German Syrup.  ears two million four hnn-  -MAXÜFACTURER OF-  for hie personal interest that the State,' as  and especially the legislature should be i j„ t]jrec ve  Hepublican. Hence his uame, his inllu-ence. and his personal co-oi>eration, have been relied t^ion more than they  dred thousand small bottles of this; in« dicine were distributed free oi  growing is the <7re</n»dnstry, but no.! «" unassuming,  Thii leads me to speak ! hard-working larmer living near town,  ^ ' charije bv Drutrgists in this conntrv loi know who have not be(Mi iii the center • —- - ..........- ■ •  of the fight. Kext year his influence j Croup, severe Coughs,"Pnenmonia Ì  1 those aftUcled wilh Consumption, Asth- j would have been doubly felt, because j other diseases of the ihroat and  the onlv one.  his reeleclion dopendeti immediately  Dealer in American and Italian'of of L^ckbart ^  Marble, (T. J. and L. J.) We „ere driving c'«« «""l'»»« the genius  l)«iriU.. Ii.dlwa.Shoph.lf.qn»renorth While through town when we met L. .1. and  Brothers.! death of the great patriot  he geniu  Wbittler. ' Fleetwood.  Gara«r.  S»tIai«etion gnanniMd.  Call »nd CM »pr 12.77  ^ H. FLEECE,  ^f Attorney  a.t Law and Public,  Notary  JJ ». EILL, Attorney  laAlaiiapotfs. Collection* a Office  nB«T«d to JSMt wuhingtoa Street (np ■UiraV ^ J«»«  at Law and Public,  Notary  lad* 8p««Iftl attention given to col-Alt kind« of  nTI^ÄL,  of notarial bnvineM at-« Jane 14.  Sewlngr Ma-  his brother-in-law, j Roxy at Home.  Anybody whoever i>aw htm would J^ Scribner for December Edward EggtiiJton know Levi; strong, hale and hearty.; give» this picture of ihe heroine of hi» naw so-Ue IS (he most.prooiioent, active pnb-  Roxy lit a candle and set it upon ti.ic  . ' j upon the result. But now that he is no ^^  lotseem^-injorc.wjjo shall Jake biplace and per-lius of a i iionally oppose "^Ir. 'V^rhee's? ' Siiall  irrison, or fc'ol. Will Cuni-|j^^ __ ^^^ -  Tov Baker,pr .^loa. A- G. j niend'ing'iT to thcTr cííiViomersT n Tom Browne or Judge, ij^ug-ist, 11. M.Smith, a  lion. R. W. I hompson Í :  lic-epirited man in this part of the  counity. I shou'dn't bsve spoken «o! round' center-table- of cherry-wood positively ; there mav be one exception j which stood in the middle ol the floor, --hii wife. She is the very life of ali I which was covered wit^ bri^ i^w  . , , ... ____„„.kI..:«.»» —;tK i rag-carpet; and then, while Wbiltake  the social and literary gathenngs with- ^^ gilt-striped, rocking armr  it be Geni Harrison, or Col. Will Cuni-bnck, or ejf-Gov Porter or Gen. Gresham, or  There is good material ^ough, but that ; tîêr'lO ceiris  luns^s, «living the American people an i ndeniable proof that German Syrup | ill cure them. The result has been j -that Druggists in every town and %'il- ' _  Irt^e in the Uniied States are recom- i  SPRiiyC-WÄGOSyS, HACKS, Etc.,  iisnDi^N^.  the man cannot be  )wn in advance;  will necessarily be a soárce of weakness : during the campaign. |fhe r^emocratSj will fight for Voorhees^ie favorite and |  Three doses will relieve any case  Go to I  nd ask ! £@^Don't to Icáiaiiapolis to buy Anvtììing in Mrj JJner npie bot-; "Wa^rrauted.  Regular size io cents. __ . _ ............ . , . , . ,.  AU Work  CA i:ia AGE M ANUFACTCmY.  iu ian inUes of here. After a few words wilh these two oUl Indianians wc drove on to the Loekart place, which is about as far from the center of Orange as Mr. McPhetridge's is from the c ourt-house. The resideoceaof the two brotljcrs are only a few steps apart. We pot op for the night at T, J.'s. Jeff i baa !& model family. Foor children—  ¿Mne, panville, Ind. Oa««.<^Mi..«td«pabUftnre . * gmod three boys and one girl—all as healthy  SS.iTiJMli^Slrh.iLSi'"''' ^i«« be foond au_ywher^ That even-  tiae*,-tin.hare the Sinjser. • "^¡¡yittlAM PATTBRSOK,  AbstiiMtor of Titles and Loan ■ Agent,  I^wiTtUi^fa**»»"^" - ^ loan in raint of  OB five yean tine, on first ~ wiaij^v«^ fiums, at eight per oeat.  JuIyA.  ABIiAKB, 7~  OKca vtbr ftoaiioom afJimn-  __jAd Collèetins  Bmettat  ^Pf'Jv^liBltfÂIktiaÈ^  MlÔiC"""".....  chair, she sat upon a straight-back-Qplint-bottoin rocker, swaying herself, gently to and fro as.ehe knitted and talked. A malediction on the evil genius who invented knitting-machines? There never was any accompaniment to talk like the click o*( knitting-needles.  The employment of the fingers relieve irom all net^oosness, gives excuse to all silence,'give8 occasion for droopings of the eyea, while it does cot in fact preoccQpy the mind at all. And then, I will forever maiatain with sweet Ing we a'l gathered in the parlor; Le-i Charlea Lamb, that there is nolight like vi^a familv came in, JefTa wife pjayed candle-light; it gives the mixed light  and shadow so much prized by Ihe old painters. Indoed» looked like a  A Drug Store. |  (u. , , H. M. Smith keeps a reirular square '  popular of the Democriiic masses. The ; tlrug store. No Peter Funk whisky; Republicans will fighf' lor a United i phop or saloon attachtnent connected States Senalor—lo be à^med when the therewiib. lie challenges the closest j  PAINT.  ~ N. -v.  battle is over.  looking Into tb^Future. ClercUnd Leader. i  .scrutiny. lie keeps the most complete; drug store in the county. AVine! aud liquors of the purest kinds, kept | ,' constautly ou hand, and sold for prop-;  Ar@ jlTeu Goin^ to Paint?  THÈX USE aiirJLEK. BROS'  on t he organ and the children sang. It seemed as tboogh I never spent % happier evening ia my life. I thdogbt of good old Undo Tommy away back in Indiana, and bow he would have en-joyQd being with as, and that very Hknly if be had been there he would hai'e given as a few words of good advice and closed by calling oar attention to ,wbak *TaoI says" on th^ subject There never was a better man than "Dncle Tommy? Lockhart. The next morning Jeff showed me aronnd over tbntr nncb. Instead of five or ten aei.ies, as most of their neigbbora have, thiiir ranch consists of sev» bandred and tbirty-seven acres of a* fine land as cao'be found in Sonlhem C^tomia. jiiey have thriay orchards of apple, pcach, pear^ oran^ apiico^ lemon and trees.- Xbcir prlnciiial bnsineas ^ falb^M^PS«^ Th^ iuat sold one ' j^eep. ud now only b&Te «iiSa^oi :twelv0l hpndred/ bol ffaey ara  figord out of an ancient picture, as she cat there with the high lights brought oot out by the soft Illumination of the candle, and with her background of vifiible obscurity. Hera was not what you would call a handsome face,-in the phvsieal sense. There was no sensuous beauty of red lips and softly rounded cheeks. But it was indeed a very extraordinary face,fan of passionate ideality, and with high enthusiasms shining through it Î have seen an emblematic face in an illaminated title to Che Gospel of Matthew that was foil of a quiet, heavenly joy as though there were good tidings within, ever waiting to be told. This pure gladnesa there was in Hoxy as she looked now and then-from her knittluff. It was*snch a face a3 a master wotild have worshiped after he had painted It. So it seemed to Whittakef, as be sat on one side of the table ttying to gueaa which it was of all thé siûnts he had seen in jold printa that she waa like. .Bia ^eyea took* In the mantle-piece and, the old' cloek in .'the êôrâer, aliifbetlostitt the^ahadow/.Md, thpngh be wMjBOjk ra «riiat, dtli^^ntiiiicnt of  The Confederate brigands and their er purpose« irescnptions accurateij Copperhead allies in CFngress are very I compounded at all times. Call and sec anxious just now to relbce Ihe number i oldest Druggist^in the county, of Ihe army. Thé enpsted men gone, j  I rescriptions accurately ; (^"fZIf STV/nTC^ A "T f  the officers will soon} follow. Mean- Crawfordsv tie Journal.  mi ii  while, Mr. Blackbtirn btroduces a bill; (;en. Mansou has bought i^SOQ worth j to repeal the law that prohibits the re- of crinoid specimens from Prof.Bassett, Ready for use in WHITE, and over OXS iruXDIiED DTFFEItEXT COLORS made of strietly appointment to the ariiv of those who i which were taken from the beds near »>rimo While Lead. Ziuc and Lioseed Oil, chemically combined, warranted much handsotoer and  war oroKe oui, loeni^ iuo service Ol J University. The specimens nil lotir: ^^Priccs rcdaced. S  ample card sent iree. Address - •  the rebels, deserting ifieir colors, and ^ boxes about twice the size of an ordin- i "  taking arms against them. When the | ^ry cigar box, and with the exception I Mil I lOEa^O  IvilLiLiE-N: BROSay  31 St. O sxi±'n Cle> oaX<t«  i^cieutlilc.  I ary „  ' of about 60, are uncleaned. Thèse beds are pronounced by seientlflc men to bo Ihe finest in the world.  Getting Ready To Pair UOl Blackburn'sncceeds.weishail see a reor- New York Tribune. ,  Senator.McDonald, of Indiana, it la reported, is about to marry a widow—a  Democrats ^et control! of the Senate and the Prtisidency, as fhey hope to do, not 20,000 nor 25,000, but 100;000 men will not be too. many for the needs of the country. Then, if «the plan of Mr.  ganization of the army .on a grand scale. New regiments and battalions will be crealedfOffieeredby new men, including largely the ex-BrigadicÈrs, Colonels and Captains of the Confederate army. .This is no fancy.' The plantas been* talked over in Washington,;and ia correctly understood amongadvocatea of army reduction. Ibc^^rst thing to be done is to reduce the amy, and muster out its officers down^io a bare complement for the akeletonVfbrce, then reor-.  finize and fill it rip^'wlth a I>emocr8tic resident. War Sécreti^ând Senate to  Mnfer commissions nj^^n, new, men.  . -- - •  If yon desire to bsï ^Usnd becom-inglydad in the la^ and best style ^rinents, go to JT^V^çSensie'sTradé Palace; yon can hayi^all yotir -wants Bupplirafrom 6he,oi^ie:.be8t selected ana largest stocka bf goio^ini ^é west^  lady who is a clerk in the treasury department.  S^FOR SALE AT H. M. SMITH'S ORÜß STORE,  ac3B¡r  It StUl Waves.  Amon;; tbe solid and establiehod papers that j have lived tbroogh the hard timei, we are glad " to see the old time and favorite Star Spangled Banner. This ever popnlar paper begin« its I6th year witb 1S78, andaeserre« to be in erez? homo. It ia a lars«f P-page. <IO.oolttma paper—erexy is-ino Mtnalt; crowded with cbarmisg stories, 'cketehes, poemt, vit, hamor, fan, pnxxles and rebosse«—fine iliastiatad poems and stories. It is a a&tional fararite, and shonld be in every familr. lo-ita "Rogno's Comer" every qnaek, swindler, bambng aad fraad is fblly ezpoeed. Xo&« need ever be swindledif they will bat read ilie SaaDer. Only 75 cents ^ year, or with six fiaecbromos, or aa elegant dtetionvry, only 1$. OTrial trip, 3 vonUw only 10 cents. Address Stx» SrAMOtxa BxxMja» Hindsdale, H.  BKADSHAAV'S MUSICAI. P Ali ACE.  - ■ "-M  _________________, _ . __________________________«tmoat\re»8onableipìSe^>;Aù.d T^  giod ¿«¿ck^^sep^ m ti» pirtttw inoT»dM» íéeptí. iyoú to w»it «poâ  - ;SeBd yonr same witb $2.90 and get Tffc üjr-Vo« aad laSasapolí»-Weekly Joomal, for one' y w, aad Vifb of Mortóo^ a book of 200. pages. Addxws'TBS Vxiôri H^aaville, Isd;  W. A. Brâ.dsb.aw cS&Son,  BEALERSHÍ  PIMOS, ORGMS, SHEET MUSI0  MUSICAVI. lavsTRrratETNTs OF AXX.  '"PéP-fi  BBADSHAW'S PAI.ÄCE OF ^^  ' 44 and 4a East .WasHagton SWr lââ^   

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