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   Danville Hendricks County Union (Newspaper) - February 9, 1871, Danville, Indiana                                 • a. - -  PubUthed Ekctx} ''Thursday."  JOHN. N.SCFARCE. Ed. &Erorr.  Ojfirc—Ji. iide Public Square, over H. M. Sniith's Drug Store.  TERMS 0? SlDSCBirilOX: •ne eop)-. onr year,.....CO.  Sub.'-r-b>-rK 'rho 'ir, not yivr f zpra^ M-iee to the coiifrnr;/ !j--/orr th' rTviraUou oj th( emr, will be conitu^nd (if iciihinj to continue.  r. U. FKLLOWS  I'». T. tlUST.  FaLGWS ft KU^Ti  Coatesvills, lad.  »SALEBK 19  13ry Goods,  Ms-TiliArare, Groceri^'?»  Queens, G1 Tm, Ware,&;c.  Eqxial and Exact Justice to J^ll i^len, of S  \^OL.'r-NO. 43.  DANVILLE, HENDRICKS COUNTY, INE, THURSDAY^ FEBRUARY 9,18T1. WHOLRNO. 346.  0 C t V ÎJ .  BK ACTÍVL:.  BT MIS» ALLICE CAHIIT.  Tbon who «il.^tîîly nrt wecp'n;^. Th >!i of ¡"¡:ii (1 lip ¡m l bri^w;  h.irvfítr' Mr tliy .vg  Wave bei'urc tLi;o. vvcn uuw.  Fortune '.nny be false an.! f.ckî'-' —  Shouì'.l vuu thcrcîortf })au>-f una \Tecp, Taking iu thy haii-l ilic sictîo, Eater in liic fic'nl and rcnp.  Tho' tliC gariieii-fa:;i"i clyss'in.  llay be sljiu frir.i il.»c-by is.to. Tiiou hast yet a holi-.-r misiioa Tbri!) to "linger at the g:i'o.  «0 I, ft the ro-i- st :¡Míri;iug  f .-.•..(■;■! < iu th? s í.tiiií,  í : : ' ' oí ..!;«;ííi»1  ; : ; -^ui «ai;  I.> : , : f.- tl,^ ¡^í:  - —ií.vur: i  ■ ^ ■ i s * rGtigti V,  " 1- ^ . ' . : • ' ■ íí r^ - !.  ! who hires his neighbor's sons to cat hi« j veracity in tnis cammonit^, and there j wood, feed bis -.tock, and run his er? ^ can be no «ioabt the abotu leTeUtioas rands, while hii «wn bojs lounpa at th« being «ade to him. ■ .  . groc shop, pl.iying billiards, and then ---^  I wor-'dcra why, in gpite of the best efforts ^ Beautiful Tradition,  i he ïinksi «nnuaiiy deeper and deeper in- j There is a bcamtiful tritditiOB in r«-! to debt, till t!ic sheriff clean? hi.ni out, ç^rd to the 1 >cattoQ of 8 Ijoioii'b Tffli-; ar.d he stirts v.•c^t to begin spr-.in. | p!e. Ti e fpot was owned^y tWO brotk-  j We rj;u-t tura over a new loaf. Our ers. one of whom had a faaily aad the ; bojs and pii lr- must ijc taught to love : other kad none. One cveeiag ia har-• l-.bor i.y qusiiiyii)^' f hciii«eivc5 to dn it, ycst time, when the whcfit ns bonod io-;f!aoijutir. We must turn out ftwer t ) bundlo< aai laid into heap;, the elder : profcisiouali: nn^i more sktlied artisans, b^o^her 3-^id to his wife, "Mj : yomnger I as Well tis L-nod grower?. We aiu't j.'row brother is not able to bear the |»«r4l,e.ll iaud fabri--;;:e two hundred niiilior,?'. scd heat of the day; I Fill ttrit« a^ worth per annu'ii that \tc now import, take u.y fchcuTe«. nnd witho»|.%wknow-I .ind so rcdui-e the fori-ipn debt that ; ¡nj» it isy them besides we have ro li>na and -^upf-ess-'u'ly sur:-: The youpccr brother, tt  int-Mcd yar ly y tur. We u.'uf-t quaîi- paœc iD5p«î^-c:', Kaid within i y o:ir o'.ever b jysjfr» ere.'t and luo ; eidor brother has'a family,' Imt^t' fctve fariorle.^. furasi-e.-;, rj'Ülc:: uillí, tao- : not, I will contributo to his iupport, 1  STATE ITEMS.  There are ao«r 2-41 priotiag officea ¡d this Slate,  Mr. Chamacy Koae, of Terre Haote. u 70 years ef a.^e.  Tha popalatioQ of tha State ia fixed  at 1,6T9.£32/  Coionel Bob Stewart, of Terre Haute, wants to be Warden of the Soath«rn Priaon.  EAJNIBtrOD  .A. ' ■ , . .. . ■ ^ ■ ■ ■  , ■■ ^ " ■ ■ —Vi Í ■ ,  lu tli9 ToungandBi«Í9l¿ Gansration.  Tbc TcgetatiT« à  fowy«ar»how oftaa tktpl^OM, tke laek-lutre cy« and ««aaeiyat«d fona]; «atf^tke i»péMlkHUy of apptlc.-itioa to naatal ì^rt.^o» Ui kaa«f«I  Tbc Ministerial Association of tha j iaCaenc«. It eoo» becóp^ÍMltíks.to tkc •»•••»-Oliarcli 9Í Christ will eooTene in Craw-  fjrdaTille on the 29ih instant.  ver tb»t fom« deprcMiofç jUkfcaa«« it cbctklflf  Mr. L. C. Miller, of Warrco pownty, ! ta» dcr«I(oiliaant Co^^^  «•J- ■ • ". Ir«.  school and é^ui to the «oaatry. ''ThU U  j  Mri. Wcgoer, of Wtrren ccutty. the :  ■ - ------ — -- rr—t ' , r 1' I \ir f ' • une of the wont moTententi. BetaoveJ fro»  r.er;.-5. tr-tf-hian shon,:. etc.,—lo open will arito and wifhrut liis knowledge, j e^« Ueneral \V agaer. íivíoí: ¡a  and w^rk miac^. improve sad fai^hiori l,iy oy .she.ives bniide« his." " tho npper part of the coacty, diiJ re-. ^rJiaary dÍTeríions of th. crer-chaagicg  irra-'eT.oa?-. sod douMc the pri«ent pro-' 'Wh'o csri conceive tlieir matual at- j eeûtîj »t an advanciid ags.  of tne.r îaihcr's !;irrn. So , tonishmcnt, «rhcn on tha follcwÌDj; Kiijah Grace, of Steub?n C'Vinty  TTC- cteuí The îiJr cí ce':-: íl:at «etc «^tr.T.i- t rjiorruns. eac^h of them found hissbrares  h.iTÌ02 been deaf and dumb for sixteen  icenc« of the city, the powers of tke body, too inarh eafecb'.ed to gir» i«!t to ho«lthî«l and ra  lly o:;r cea.-s to I »^jaiu. as if they had n.Tt been remoT^d. i jgarg^" Jj^j nuJiieely recovaraJ liic pow-,»ra taraeJ laward «pon  TÍ.--;t.«'j Li;j r,:ir.í!\cá l.v Lsrd line?. ■ Tiiis rra« rv^pfatfd .«everal uishtsin sue- ; or of snoerk ' i . ,  I .1,  li v a :  i  -iC. h . '.  Th:  CASHFORGOODS ORPRODLTE;  :ii. »•> CTC-j L?l Uri M  1 -i'- li;»' í! c .V.1V  o  1 :.  . ri •, ^ i ri ' Íií: »r j ;; 1: .Î-. r l..- U ¡  J. K. MOORE,^  t . »  »XALU m  Uag bundrsd aad twe:.>iy-iigcit eoa- i  -alt, the approach of tho ith aaxi»t7, aj tho firs;!  re isowi her taring pow- Í  i  er in diffuiinj Ihs eirciUtlon aad Tisiting the j  r.;;d h is ftr^nc apj ciite ¡i>r ti'in, S.i!uniOu's Temple erected-  or-'ik lie wiTb« !;rû;fi tjuildir,;: f<j-^pieiidid and ms^tiifioent that  i-.r -.r af^cr » ¡ ■'ï.rf,- nical it b?r>-i:n.', »-¿î of ti e wnuáors of the ! vict3 \"ill bâ reieiiod ;>ota tbo Southern !tloom of healiii. Alaj! increase ■ " « ...... 1 !  CQOB: ,i:PAJRLxyR  :,—AHD— ..  BOX 8T0V1S, TIK  —AWIK-  SHEBMRON WIRB.  ALSO  • , i • « - ■■ - : _ -ASlv-, ^  AGmCULTBIUL IMPLIEMCNTSe  We Man«facl»re tar Tin and Sheet-Iroa Ware,^and offer it at retail aii«l wholesale o%' as fa'vorable tairma aa can be pnrekasad ia tf" market. •' Ordcrafov  House OuttcrinjQ:  Solicited. lle]i»iring ef nil kiads ef It n Copper, or Sheei>Iroa Teasels doue with aoe '*  aesa .»md dispat cjk>  Mnnson's Oopper la^tniBg Bod  Always kept oc haatl aad pat up to order.  SlsRoftho Uamnioth Goldon OolTe^iffj  DANVILLE, INDIANA. Aagust 2 IStij.llS,  FAMILY GRGCESIES!  HENRf HOWELL  i.i: i iiiNGS.  1-  TiiiiytH CASH.  Jan 11 Î^Tl  Bl SÎNKSS CARnS-  #Si( ^oriiu'ii! Corner rubile F.rinaro.  RtíSátacf 0-, S:rr.-;. r-.r^nr^  Wy r.-r il !.. ¡ticker--n.  Lot u- i •i'.'i ' i. " ;; j Tij :ro; i o ^u ». I -.^L-if'.'i m , ii.uj '< ;si2i- - t;.' ;  niak-'á ; jiul. liii.' ¡ic^-i;  .Vi:.i u r- ci j', "i ..:it u 112.  VliJ !  . I:. I/r^  , - .'J. ' . w.;. I'U.; i  1.. p. p i rî  : i n.^vi vi:.:  rr.in arr in- • wor!d.— from (Jcrnian.  If tie ' -------  ilitilroads'si-viy Years Ay;«.  A :uH rtotù.'.ch-.- ar.¿ s :»\ì  c i;!. ¡ . bio (i i!'^ ; i: T'iTìs.  '.'J ü teii'"-ti::.! v.tfrk uc.» il.ci •-VC huac'.-r .iic-^t stili contiti ' jhe following, in reply  ^ ooncetuiog railroads, wai  ;Sta;ePri.oaduriugtLeco.^iriy.Rr,byU. .h,t It fod oa; the ! ftniilli (nrccflics, llrobisinns,  j reason of tho expiration of ;lç:r ter»« ' '  of iiKpriaonujcut. ; of tbo .r.tía aro pr.itrats.i, and the i  i ai all kluds  t ■ a-.  "V "ri, Th,, b.,.. --'-"y .. ^ T.. COUNTRY PRODUCE.  written by lo^reij, uad Lave not tae fcrsf prwiciplsi m 1 t.-i.li kri!:! psnod m which ci-dy ad mlnd |  liad boen as-1 civility icibedjed in lh.-ir t^aiuroi. ' „^ ^ , Keers cousiamly ob band a full asU frusl.  .^aa Leca as- I , , , , , , an..ergo 8o iascmating a cbaage frua chili to  T?„i__» ! \> e snesi of what we do rw. anJ wnsil . . .......  h;-- w iri-.. ¡':I i».ke a iT.i-'kcr  Oit .if cai ih'i- áir-rTirb thr ,,, , . . . . i , j .  rurretU , f i—.à -ioi:..r,.]cd bv ti,. A^ancelor Liyingstoo, who had o  br.in.-~ A ^raoriu the L .n ion Lan- tociated with hi. brothar in-law, —^ = witaeesed.-LV ^i, far in the par.af. h,.rt  .ly. Li-r. i is .i o ■ ' :: : r-; o-: ; r'-l ! Air fic ■ ; Iva! Î0 C. : a tfìo ii pp .iCfttioa of Stcaiu to '■ "  iir ^ia  . .J .s Ui,;; jr'.i túC r.  r ".f  V ...  V  una  . ! ij  occu-  !> AN  jr.r.  Tc!;:p'ci uHt V.' in t oíij¿:rv'ss. Thu i' . ,..T.'ct: is the TeJi;Ví;iíiiice IJiil n;r^.:u o i ly M.-. I.^ítre;ic-:, uf (M.¡o.  i Journal. Ì vi i • - . , . - .  I : bleeii aaxiety, aail f30»i»i t!>o jraT» but  The crec:io3 of tfn lar»-^ govcraKODt _ . ... .  •.\LHANY, March I, 1311. I ^^^^ housai wiU ioon bj cu';Tinenced  lî.Kf ; fi A lí^r.  mmmfnìm.  na«Uîii'VÎ r-T:;.i2cn:ìy ì s n i i : i ; 1. OrKIt'r.. Vs-.i .^.rr ". "A Q: ■>'.■•;.>. - '-Tr;..  11 .N' . T-i r ÌZ. A. Í' Cm il A. 7<.  at Lj-Ì'v  li A 'il ■ ; - i ( ' - ' ^T' -i/t ;  n 'i^e t. ev^;',  l'I >ysr. or c.hir pcr-.iijurti in p?ri"t-n, property, tr-'j^-js  s Ur-C ri WïVjr to  î.uiîKirî ire u >t  N .'M-o îljat -h,'  :ic irf kop- in  rv '-iiT'i-i , r.V  V T Ti I y i-.',:.:-.  ^, ; ii ^ na-i Lcik:-'.  ; -r ì ; ^ it i- 'O  rei-r! oí the b^" i v :^:Dí'unctioná bec.-i/-.''  - , ,1 ,"lacre. During the woiti eiidias Januárv ,  .1!) u,a!iîre n fatetios, that they wü: bel ^^  h!>hio t..ïi€rivui objfetioïr, aîiiiuhiîct-te-  ' - j eriualy at thir, ra.e.  re sold iu  rtiia.  "s EiTa.«.CT Biv'hi, for Weakt,!j frota czcííjes <jr «arîy !riJiìeretion, at-wUb the fuüuwiuf lyajptoffl-: Indispo-fiti'jn tu ercrtiun, Lo.'i of Power, Losi cf Mam-  iv :;i >rc tXpCHKiTc tüan a c:-iiâi. u-f bo tJ< ui.Ie, HO ae'to preveot thv ;  T'.  i ar; ^p.rituali*;- S  r^-T :u']<-:¡ LcuW  i ery, Diakaity of breathing, Seneral ÍTeakaasf,  <»tJrti.ii: IO C-V.'» i-K-wi •V'SiiîK, «îitf nubîieS »apport. !/r i-'itpr'.T:>-, . ■  S í««rc, ; -^..j Qc ir jT (.j' :  lf»*Tsi.!.K, - - - î''': Í r-:"-i-.-i r-t  Fashionabb  Shw'lî K? '«lai'i ia hizî Kfcw ia JT) :I V i."»' -N 11 i 1. ! : : 1 LT.  Str'î—' t«at:>>u çi vn la ''-Klin;; íiiíi  tna«'!^ TÙ.-r -in -l;.,, ; .  Juac 'Jli-i, ISj ; ; i J.  i) !(. t;!■  ll»l•.TI^ y r- »Y.  . i i < r  ';i r  t:- : peri-'l'i - ; ¡)1;.: u' 1 J n-fit, p;«  i ! " ■  • . r',  ■\ -  lUnái -ck  ■ t ; u ' . * , V. : -  J.;^;:'»'- n-.l ;ucv¡.-rv y::  br foiind ! hi'id. ths .-:r-1; ;■ ri reputatioa oi"  H: . "g . RA Y  WiH p<«r«>r>%";;y to  FrobaiP -.! -i wii! a  •I ibe cBro. < 11. r. rr.vr .NV.v.- • Kloci;. ; latiou of hci-bsnd s:: i - î. ï  . 3M . K, A Y ■ (iriitjt evidraje í-ü--!i rei:;"  Mfiil attí-nd the .ïirc-j;' n.ai Coramon Pî.-'ns ' the aT-Ocat rei-r.r-^red by rTTT ^i■l  ci' tv'r. such heavy b/i.iù;.-'^ ii:ect Atti?a are h'^-iio : Kf- tiugs,aad . f Diieite, W;»k N.rre?, Tr.ahUng,  Thn whiI'ì on whicb ihi'y are ph;c- : ..^bnu: fifrv pcr^o!.- 'oi».- . entlv joiucd , .. , , c j «hould be 2t fòur fe^t btlow thf : tr,^ siLiciety. ss bvi.-Y- .a i5.a:"iaitb. ; -or death, Night Sweats, CoM  -un'arce and tiirco fcet aboi«, end ji;U3ì I be vlaauiiii iron atJu even tbèo ;  llobccfiE wbo ÜTCS !."• Wakefulness, Diancîi of Tiáioa, Lang  ^ hirdi.? «'irìata 50 a  61«  • : Mor-^rin C'>U!.!y. ii h-'j years. .  r . ; as voa prop se ajoTiBg at tür: rafe uí : ^'' « a c s. .aa gei^ jiiiou.,  ! f:.-;r r.i'e. an hour on wheeU. A. ,, : «-out qu.te weh, oiind. bhe  wiod. it w.'.uld v.nf la.Tt a wst-k. Th? b? c .'V-^r.' i TTÌih ir-):', iud that t«.-, t!,:; 1; si.d t;. Tbe n:?au5  'bout qUite well, nuai,.. i.'i.ii-.». ctie  iroin Virgin -, -.i:!: Dsnioi Boone "Ai'P«':^»DyjpepticSjnp-  stock cf everTthiBg in his line.  COYNTRT PRODUCE For TTuicli the lUifjlio^t I?i*i<;o will ':je paid, aitker ha  Casli or Orocerie«, .IT HOWELL'S OLD STAND,  Korth Si ie yf Pullte ^'¿ucire, DANTILLE, I.NDIANA.  SALE STABLES!  t-. i\ ii-. iy id I î'.j '.ben on'.y  o  í": ; il ..-e .h-^ary ciitrisg«'' wìihou  Mr  .1 r, o  . Ile  eiE.f  FeTen , '' " '' Fiu;hing of ibvb:dy, Drynes.'  • r the .-^kin, P.Uid eoant.asnee »aJ £rupt;ous ir,;">r.V3 US that le thu back., hearins^s of the  E'.id 0Ï prevc-Jt^n;; tbem 1-i ua '.bc 'rK-.i.l  ni tupar ■ Kycli-í., Frequently black ,p.ts flying Ufore the  Teii;pyrary ; içht, Vaat of Attentiüa, üroat -Mobility, Ro;t-  en crcIj oil.'ír—iV-r th.-re t'r'^ek r.-?»r V.is hoMi^p üj .-í nr.gie eren  V t  !'!!.-y r-ri t¡';e r.;aù sC once—: in^ o.; 'a-.t week. 'I'd-v aUract.: á Teii;pyrary Sufusicc ¡acá Loss of  vr «iù v. ry òiS^'i't. In e^^js of a? : rn {x e vi-Mniir ot ih- -i'v ' f t')í refur-e ..•l i.'stal or L. c«r-ury st^-p^ tr, '?.kc ' fr.nn lì: own. P,hu!S'y Í' iM-.rk houio.  ixFsrrV ft0.-ixií¡;:8 —J ...7. . ifíiT-eís. with h-^rror of •o«í-!t. Kalhins is  r.r, 1  r-it'^ büpp'i!. 'i"k<" ùîrriij:»' of c'ík-;■■ a-ir'¿: -.TMîi.T wovi'd be vrjy tr.'^ub:« ' ruci. the whr^'e, I fVir the cx-  .•■:í':c Tf.iulà Ve t;iU/fi í:ri<a'..rr tlisn thit : wiiiioar i.íiüir f^o v^uient.  K. K Î.Ivî.\-.i-T0.s.  Thrr' ft gfcsi ^¿'"si  r= .iei;rtti!ú to su^h paticcti than SulitiáJo,  ... " , , . , • I . --- ---------  1.1 .1 -O: ' 'bey nio.-o drcïJ. f.r "ear of Thi?n-  wt;"i attend upon the >■.•••■.> ■ v • ic.cui xaca-  'k; ecr-  cf sl'uur haif il.-- r.u Tîb^r could ba --«--¡ves; na Hepoîo uf Macner, ay Karnoitneij  irh to the of  • 7.-. ^reoalitioa, bat a harrU-i Trisiltica froia  fir.  1 •  i '■c'^.í'inr n T-.-'Reh în \rili he «îipul^to i -t ¡H-rsry.r írrc'.'y ih^-ti-  'i'!;C' rc-n.-rct'jriis slu f: tt'at no cthrr c;'y ia the cn;:::i:ry of a p-^pulition cr-ciin* ¡.t? crcv;;! rapi^ily  ne 'iueíti^n t» another.  i'.: i Tìliicii be c'-'^o to the Li-. .'•îiir-oun.  .. . . _ , , Mí . .h^•lî-^ì fT .'"íViüe, fbcu'. i be freo the ^ , , i^».« > -- —,----- ----- -  € aurl« la 1 cria, avi i i i-c utj "c. oa cali for i' ¡r- : 1 .____________ t 1 1 ■ . , . . ■ • > . , " • ^ ■ > . r . r 1 ^ ^ v . _  of , be í^er r'.'je _rrf ..c.ts. Ana u . ,f.r. -.-j : ¡t !.= to t.his Giy. I r-..'u 'he rif.o of ic-reise beir.g o.:.! per cent, fü :y s:::;..^ u t:6 -h í.a 11  ....... b« parsed by the Lecislstire A-í^m^-ly Uo in thi-« :-:ion. tha lat: Katiaaü í'ity ow,íí ber prosperity to en-' tía: ;u = lit-t:ca oí lea;uîr  — - ^ .....-, . . ------------------ «ulboriEcri by this act wi.i-h sh-.:! dcf- t in^-tjn livlv.z ebt-.Ioed a cjailàcrsL-le ! eryy aud cnt-.-rprisc ia tho 'lutaaecrocr.t ! The tilvs wirks ef Terrs ííaui  t!;'.tnr» :.r.d s-tvii'g to tí.e —,  i  T'iO reI¡sioTí= kft'^wn ss • DunV-;  arJï" Ksre e.=itab!:.-.be!Í s. »; üour- ; Thcac sympto.-os, if allow^j to go on—which  f?!thin the last d-.cadc e? Ksoiad Cuy. i bon. .Marshall rountj. th = > St.ite. Dunk  iu i.-cU it.-^ pcnulation wá«. , srd Church h-s been opp-r-rd t:> iil lib-i  4,721. acd iu 1¿7U it 'nzi 32,2SG. ' «fsl -yjieais uf cdaeîti.-n; bat s-w has ■-^f r^wer, Fatuity, and Er.Ueptie Fltj, in  ..... er cent'. fùMy a-iirs^iiioi t j ot: ia iccpor- ^ , . _  . o„o or Wûi?.>i th» patient may ex¡4r».  . :hi3 McJicìao iaTarimbly rem.^ves—sooa follo»  on-y -i  he ritio of is-reise tiemK'j-^"'' p'  liE. J. B, HiRLAN t SON.  jjl:  •ly X » ^  up-atA T',  ^ I ""i - 1 . :v. e ' r • I ' • b m  UANVi : ; tSf^ Xitr.jus I.)' .-} fl*air.><i  CEAHLSS FDLSr,  Altornev at  ASU  ITST a t a i* y I?* ii 1 i c ,  DANVILLE, I.Vn.  :'-.;cir lie ri^ht of actioo hcrt;:» su-'•ior.f'd.  11  r:i',»;i tí tii'.. Iiiî.rrûation T.i'o of f'.urs.icd.  b  TIC  _ .etion oí raiiri aJ conwrctions. '•.vo end a. hai ' vcarí a.¿o fhe hid nut a  During the Saperintendancs of Dr. 'Vril  3on at  Wul Ot) every j.ropcr occ:.«:oa foil.-.wit;.- epitaph, .•.irjr>>t cr.;:;or- : r-o-I; trjx: r.is ci-¿:.'> proîper-. ¡^ irianutacturing b-^ttlsï oí the vary  e cr« ;  in a pro'perou- oonditi -a, siilecs Sr^l- ■ ; -bio^^cri'-bein- f nstarîly onifh.j. ^^•''^'¡^¿¿»l« tki^ .id re.alt ocar-  enai; «arb prnviiion a« th;^ s'c-J bv i.ar-;, nt nc,ir.< ou ih-;'., "ú-jr^R'^i iuto thî i^w«. üt lb,e vvhisb Hi^rk--in-o ïi'.e oí Li? •...■la b'.  '-a':;; auy ren::eE:an kcre ?nv duth it pr.St to have t-pri!.ki^-d  licit ti :r if:\ .i >1, iitker onnci-ç^'ary vrhole wer!d v¡;h tjiy ivfc^t: ' r r v : I W..Ì I; fprak aakitidiy of ; ihrce liuie« cror'od th'? Wt<ri.i a\-  in ir.;.;:j rcípío:« it« cit- c-.-.vcr;::: ¡^y uiy fa'!:er; t,- i;jve eai')i-'l:«b-: Ir- 'up-"r):;r io es-nal.'; to olhcr-^. 'ca the tborcf uf tranquil Gu.d^^..^ livvr,  I liu: if iatcanpsrKDC« aro caiiy ani ¡.r-iorrej by hiscpl! ta.;?»  ■ s-'^ii-.-.^i'. tad appailing. And sbr.ll no thaj rs-li^i^, or tbst I bive u^rtai-i i bs rftircd to etay the evi! by law? nroacd the dtvi;,;:ufj "r-iua the s.'urce  bava cot evca proposed to itsterfere CistaliB. aad <i5.:r to tltc lb» ricbe;-  the tr,hift rai'r'adi. j i»c-:t q i liity. at the rati of -ixty yrcsa 'or'«tiea:«; r.ajon bad for a Hiüc left  To ai-ike o>«r h home?; to ad-rn = p-^ ^omp^ny la larpe ^  e:¡! with d -w-r-; îr-d evergreens, with .¡^f '"v'®'' Tr.v.oas pciiits them, and both died of epilepsy. Thejwar»  II,t  Vi'ho can day that these eioesses ara not fra-  •he bo iu-y and t cf catare, ¡c hy : '^oo^taaíly io.-re»iic| dtirîad.  ^ , a tiaie cr UJoaevi to th» ^.Ifd \u ih*' ^ ^^^^  t^'.i i'.vci beauty f.-r iî^ o*u sake, er he ¡nsuracce department ot the Au'-.iu-r oi'> •CO«! i a "»! «•i.Tor Ti i;h ñi wcrí the prairicr tb<!r« are now Fet«aty-5v« ¡'.faatid'  furf-«-"». wh« r¿ the ioit of wan has e'»it:y-oaa fire imaraaca coc pawias tív- j never tr:; i. He i.how«rü ic d.owa froa ■ i»^ buwinsss in tkis biate. The »¡Tgra-; ^ueatly fella»«! by thosa áirefal diì«aaaa la-íbtt GÌoud«. il ride» >ip>tu the «iit» of • ¡¡-i-j capital c'.aitne.d to be repr»stiilei ;  the T>»-!rv.. H. p.int- it oo lke_PUa-;bT the tortn.r i. »313.000,^0, aud ^y I ^^^ Coasaa^ptionr Tho record, of the  {;:1.0'.JO,UL:0, ajakiaja tita! of , 0.  ÏÏMfiiig puraakied fta  T3KICI< ST.A'BlLTilS,  Sign of t]iio Slack Horse."  South of Bouthwi-st corner of Public Sqaare, DaaTiHe. Indiana.  w  J'E bïTo made arrungeiuents by w? "'¡k w<e will be ready at all t:m-''s t» bu/  HORSE O AND ^X. UIIS,  Fer ì» wu Kill pay tbe  We are al«o prepared ta fiirn!."h F>'«i> «.» t Stall Uoum by ".hi; singiu lueüi, uay uv  (¡¿¿T Good care ani attentioa tak«« vrl'-k gtock Ic-ft with I 3.  We Run a  HA(3K LINE  Regularly to nil trains ou the I. &. Et. Laaia Railroad, at 15 ;t8 iin;;le trip or et?. f»« two fares. Patronage of the ptiblia ras^aaa* fully solicited.  FAUGIIT iKEEN'tli. Not. 21tb. • 370.  CLAYT<}N TILE WOKKS.  H  AUL yaur '."¡ling while the roads aa-4 dry.  WE HAVE m\' TIU.NG QÏ lU SÌ2ES II  ©AXVILLB. IND. Repairing Neatly Executed.  imUET. CLilX k REAL ESTiTE IGENT,  • D.1XVILLE, INDIANA.  OFFICE—la iiaTe's New Block over tha Bmak.  WILLIAM A. HcKENZIE,  .A. tt o r n e y at L a -sa  DANVILLE, INDIANA. —^O,^-  I ihe ireans «■! support and tarncá over to ; Tbe Conusr»Yü¡e Tiuirs, in its ísít; i hegrary by the ruin of a {aîher, bave no ^ iiêa-, pabli<bed the Í jll-jwing intereit-jiedres?, CO ri^ht of action against ib« iag editorial; licstroycr for his wroBsrs «pon iheoi?" i c . " tm»-  Wordi.  _ , losan» Aiylaa«, and tha molaneholy deaths b*  . John Dûment dieJ at Veray,)  1st, aged 84 years. He was j Cong,tnption, b.ar ample witneas to tbe tratb of  I oue our oldeft settlers, and in early j  ; tioie* waa a very prominent maa in the ' these assartion«. In Lanatic Asylams the most  Senator EHiot. ia a convcriatir.n  It na«crowa to be axiom m ev-i t - t r • ir  in . .L . f ; Inatsaapoîtà with Jonn Keas  (^ry »ood uovernment that for crerv ; . .. - -> . . j  ° . ^ , , J T ' »aster üt this cuy. Faid be bad  itront there sbould be a remedy. Let  nan.-)« in fK;-J coat «<100 o: lonc'jci, ine maroic wu; ;  Ì liicfs this country.  greatest wrongs  .■'.I. w. eruixiiJir, »u-i itic caavaaa wjii ' i «nan'li«  t ic Central Cow-.a:ltce, had called oa bias i while the soui« shall be nchlcae aad i ; a tew evcuia^s before and kad offer«d ; v.Eron?, filled with a nwbler ««lody, j Speakin» of the slight aaplea=antne«8  '•With iToefal measaras wan Deapair Low sallen soatds their grief bsgailed.'  fri  Whi ch we are aellint  LOW FOR CASH  Al>?u iiva Agents for ik*  GREENCASTLEWOODÉKPÜMPS  (cheucrB'to live without ^tnaioe work. : if he could get four thc«.-and dollari i  Isoose of the members !>««ai to hare that i tcoTal of the eonseqncnees. Dsmbold's highly  I "V Ì'  Î  ".)ur bey.-are not karning trade.<5; our ; aad an 1 ndian Ai^cacy fro« the K. pab-= B^.--. B. Barftu, one of the propri • »^«i'po^t^ian »^^e« far aboTe cea-1Tbaraia  farmer:«'sons are crowdini: into cities, i liean partv. he preferred to stay and t /,.»»•»«/ 1 »ure is eiren can not be disipated to*  Having pe^aaently located offices; vote with'the Republicans. He asked ' ■ 'V =ooa. If that censare is gieen oalj i» j tonic-ik, it. It is an anchor of kop. to ••  rid K'nLÏ íoLiti« A^.f if J American girl in each hun- Í Captain Rentier t., be i«.tr«a.ental in i » I a .pirit of malice aad i« simply a spie- a.d pati.at, and tkU is . testioxon/ of  r,r««>e and Federal Court, at ' i Ittá will do housework foi wage.-, bow- i -attin- Sve tboo-aad dollars from the on Tuesday, January 24, in . „«ñc Tenting of ill will, the c3Ee is of i ^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^^ pres.ribad it  OiSee E«st sido Pahlîc Sqna-- .¡rcr New ; ueer ar»cnt her need, so lie are send- Rc-pubâcan party, and keep one ;:hous-i the 31st year cf hi^ ece. He waa can* í coarse eltered. It now rot'i with the  Fork Store. Oct. i: ;-.. 1 y. | io» to Europe for workmet and bnyinc ' and f-^r his trouble. He (Kilioi«) said ■ cated at Natre Dama, was oao of nature's 1 House to find that out. Will it dare to  , _ , , , i jf her artisans œillioas'worth of pro-: ha did aot care a d-m for his cob-; . R.,- »Mif.!,» tmíí» wrîtpr i '  Blank Deada and Mort-ace^. í incte that we ought to male oursekaH. istituenti—he was aîier the money now ! . ? That i« the question asked en ail  I, far »ale at tbe ÜN10X ofire. ~ .... -  «ADLRT.  i. a. ecasa.  HAJDX^KY Sc OGM>]RT>r,  j^ttorneys at Ijr w  rbouirh oar crop~of rascal« is heavy, we;—and the reason why he waited antil I S""! " »; hands: "Will it dare to inTcstieate?"  - - - - t- - " her he vrouid ! »«nbcam with a- Rood word for every- j  I sare he could ^ body. Peace be to Lis ashes.  — T. II. Exprès».  are OTerran with lads whi deserve fla-! Satarday to aaswcr whether he vrouid | »mtcam with a Rood word for every-j A failure to do eo leaves the Journml  itiiowa. ! rcsijfa or not, wss, he was sere he could ' body. Peace be to Lis ashes. several desrees ahaad iti tke cactravcrsj.  im^'Uvni* Hav BaiUiac. Tp-Staira .Oajrmu, ----- IsataaA.  {eliatioa, wa import our 'Our women (aoless ds<-«ved) shine in i cet the moaey from ca-i party or the RaropcMQ fabrics; our mei dress io for- ! other by that time, lie owned a farm i trça clotbt; tha toya «hièi .-iaase oar ;ia Kaosas, aad expected to wove there * ; jaoofcer cbilcrao have »«^¿raliy rearhed j wrieo bis time was ont, and he did not  Tbe Ohio Farmer aaaouacea as its  if^pfum "KtfTiaas  •a «ver tbe Ma. Rpu ajl i« luat. in | eare what tha pawpáe ot iadiana thought [ ty. For tba ttae of a afaall famitj it lytia af our higb tariff. «jpiaa,fe bia». __ thinka tha Sa;ff«ik is aa goad aa aaj  bread.  opinion that the Cbester Whita liog ia; Almanacs were first publisbad at Banda oue of the very best, wbera faad ia pica> ia 147d.  ar aad daepar nto dak« ta tbe Otd  #«tld—Mi MttlJ faataa «a voulâ  Miar • fra* Inda «tiU aa»  murmhMU  iì ' " f ^  Wa bave tbe above froaa Mr. K easier biaMalf, «bo il readj at aaj una to ■aka affidavit toit. Ha iaa liaa ibat  Ia Maiae it ia aail iba^'gMd eawi an aaataias a good akarMtar for tratk aad aalliag far 120 amik,. ^  Diaaoada ware firat.polished sod cat ia 1439.  Maaiory ia »at ao brilltaal aa bapa, ii ia alaaat aa kaavtifal, aad a tko«. iMd tîMa at ItM.  Sold by Dmgsiîti and Daalars «verjwbar«. Pries aras per bottle, or tix botUss for $6,S0. Delirered to any address. Dsserib« sjaptoms in all commaaicatioas.  Addreas H. T. HEMBOLD Drog and Ohcmieal Warako««*, &34 Croadway, New York.  I^ON'E AKE OENUtXB UNLESS DONE UP DI in ateel-eagraved wrapp««, witk f«o-aiaile ef mj Cheaiaal Warabeaae, aiad aiga-  R. a. FORSYTH t'eeps en banc! ■» full stoek •<  TINWARE & STOTS&.  Job Work I'wmplly Attended T».  R. G- FORSYTH k CO.  Sept. 15 187f'.  OXTY 3300IS: STOKJ^ o. 4 Bsit WuiMnitam laJiamp^..  *  TOHN'8 BLOCK.  J. H. V. SMITH.  »■Auaia  pELTGICUS •lairBaaday Seheol Boeka ef lb »11 d«iioaiiimt|miR, Blaak Booka, Pafcr, ]teve1opee,«ad Biatieaer/ of aU kiai  er tbe Me«   

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