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   Danville Hendricks County Union (Newspaper) - October 19, 1871, Danville, Indiana                                 -rM 1W,P  > X ..V  ...  BEMCRS COUNTY IISION.  PahUthed Every '"DiurtJay."  JOHN. N.SCEARCE, Ed. &Prop'r.  OJice—'S. side Public Square, over . M. Smith's Drug Store.  TERMS OF SIBSCKIPTIOX:  One copy, one year,.....§2 00. j  i  tSS^ Subscribers who do not:;ive eiprefs no- ; ee to the contrnr;/ hf/orf ih-- ■■Tj>iration r,f the f car, viill he considmd as xciihiti/i to coniiiiue.  Utaòìà^ ^.ÉÌMÌW «MB ^ ~ " »t MÉtkl  iU mamXk  BUSINESS CAUDS  SIMOIV T. MADr^EY, 4TT3BNEY, CL\DI & REAL ESTATE AGENT,  DANVILLE, INDIANA. OFFICE—In NaTc a New Block over Bank.  TOL.8--N0. 2T. DANVILLE, HENDRICKS COUNTY, IND.. THURSDAY. OCTOBER ICMÌTIFÌ  Ï 0 Í t V y .  True.  hn his nofo. Kaiph's cautiousness an-i to Hannah. Kalph Dsticcd that evcD ' swereS a double purpose. It enabled Shocky had desertcd^itn, and that his ; him to treat surely, and it was mistaken face crew brilliant mMtrr time Rannah  Aobtber ye^ will probably be" required for the completion of 5ir. A. T. Stewart's hotel for women. Yet even io  JO HIV S. STRA^UG-II^VIV, j o^ey these Buggcstion j^ttorne at Law.  OFFICE in Green's lilock South sidci Tublic j Square. j  DASVII.I.E, _ - - I.vniANA. I  T. 3Sr. JOIS^ES, I  DKALKR IV j  Witehes,ClotkJ, Silvcrwarr, ami Cold Jewelry i EAST SIDE OF PUBLIC SQUAllE,!  DANVILLE, IND. |  Rcpairinp; Neatly Exccutcd.  iOTBrillLAN & SON." E3 !«■ ^ X O T S,  OFFICE—lu Honian s new Building, up-etaira,  I ) N VII -1 - V- IN 1 > T A X A.  Nitrous Oxi'i'.- i-»;»-^ ailministcred wlien dciiri^i.  The folljwinR bit o the highes'- style of poctrij. {jjt I mend it (of being scnsi  ; pree. All the medical ^____________. . ^  1 take a summer vacation if people wouid '^^^♦^"'^cred as he xva?, he began to i brow and the fresh ^wbite complexion,  restions: ' straighten up. In the minds of all the | and saw the rich, womanly nature com-  ; company the odds were in his favor, lie j ing to the surface under the iofluenoeof ; f-aw ihiri, and becauje ambitious to dis- I applause and sympathj, he didliot want : tinguiih himself without giving the mat- to beat. If he had no^ felt that a ! ter any thought. > tory given would insult her, h^would  Hilph always believed that he would have missed intentioially. The boll ■have bt'on spt-ediiy defeated by I'hiilips i dog, the stern. re!enll|^ setting of :the had it not been for two thoughts which will had gone, he k,neir oot wither, i braced hitn. Tl.e  Take the open air—  Tlij more you take the better; Follovr nature's laws To the very lc!t»T.  Let the iloctor go  Tf tl»o Bay of Bi.-c.-xy; Let I.lone the gin.  T1 e brandy and tlie whiskv-.  Frficly cxcrcisp:  Iv'H'p your spirits cheerful; Let no tlrc.i'l of sifktiiiss Make you ever fearful.  Knt the simplC't foci:  Drink til" p'lri- coi l water; Tho I vol! win b-^ w<j1!,  Or. .1'. Ica-^: you ought to.  SPELLING rOWK THS MASTEU.  stories high, supported upon eight pillars. This will lead through a vestibule 1 into a hall thirty feet wide, i»bicb. will be paved with marble. Staircases will lead from the hall to the upper stones, while scTeral elevators will afford an easier means of ascent. In the rear of the west aide will be the kitchen, beneath ^teh the laundry will be sUa^  of èane dimensiona. The Fòarth Avenue side of each story above the first,  J. V. bai>M:T.  J. 3. ocricw  ii^vor^i«:^- Ac ocii>io>»,  .A-11 o 11 o y s r\ t Tu "W .  OFFICE--N;îvc s New Buiiainc. Up-Stairi-l)ASVILt.K......Im.IASA.  )yJLLIA^J nn'is,  ATTORNEY âî LâW,  I).\NVIM.Î:. îNiiIANA.  am CK y  Hunt's GrociTN  :.r Cîiri.î;  iiiyivl  iFÂÎIttS^  t B  lins !>i'-!»le<l pfr îi ini :i''y 1> ville. 1'..i  M uri S:.-,  er.  JIo^» !>rv Sîi.i  t<Sr AU -y-iWs ¡Si»;,  ¡■.>■1 .N'T!'! <.!  Wir rt,  ' V il t rr.-ici'. ; o.  BU  Aie I-: I loi-^si^:.  <;!;Kr.N s iw.«i' k. DAN VILM-:. - - INDIANA W. n. lîLAKK. i'misT.  Tilt" iioti'! ]>:■■■ ! . ri r 111,! l.t'-î nr ! opem-'l to tiio jiuViiic, m'i tin- proj rli'.iT  I iiîil!» lii- it i! Í f t! :\Y(  Mnv îs; :i.  a/AS J-OLEV,  From the íloosior .-cl o'mr.sîtr in the Hcarii: ¡¡■-.tnc,  " I .ippint I.arkin Laiihani and .Tconi? Buchamin for rni-'iüjzs.' jaid the Stjuirr. And the two ii:cii thus nniiifd  t'-ok a ftirk to>-cii it froni hr.t.d to hind to jeri'.io wl;i(h i-lir-uid have the iuat clii 'e.' ( if.f tcssíMÍ the stick to the iirhc". wli'i t.ci : it la^f just where he hnpfi titd to enfi li it, 'I'liOii tho fuî^t phiiTd his hand t'Ve libe íccond. M;-.! -o the h itids W! re .-ihcrOûtciv ( hsn^rd 1.1 tr.e ti p. Ti e oí..-- who hf-id 'lu ^tick \vi-!iiiut 11 I tn ¡1 r i! e other io take i,..¡.i l-i i ^ait-. a íht hA. TliÍF wri< triid  •'■VI.,! 'ill,!- Liiikii: hcid !l:e^ti.■k  <wi o r!( of (!,:(o í:n.c'-'. ):e li'id the > H<' li .T n.' Cít-nf. l'.vrry-  i'.j'iy !.i.ikrd t'^wnrd .Jííü rhiilips. l"::t i-nrk¡ii )(.i (1 ' f a V'îitiîr-.' rn \:ti  Kii-.ïVîi t(n-, .-f! he síiiti: '1 t:.lf I! o ; lija^íor,' '.vl:iio a hu-r. (f i-urpn-f r;.;i rmitid t rcrm. ni 'i tise tíi{ í;i;ii t<í '.i.i' otluT íi'Si'. il ü'raiú bis < ; ¡ i to t t  ••vnuid svi'.hdr.'w !.i> el cicc. rctrrteii «juii-kiv, ¡¡nd '.vi'f-. a I; tí "o Muatk of cx-ultíi!ii-i) atid liei';.:¡¡^■í» i;] his ■\u;l'c: "Aimí l lako .leitiií^ l'í.iiiip-.'  And Küon uil } riM t.!, í xrrpt a ít w i f ¡be o!d íoik.-, li:ur;'.i ti:i, n"-o : vi s r.'itiu'fd I»'!) < p:-r.-if-L' hfl^'.-^ li.f p.ror spiio.ií- lagnili'.: :íí vsiili what uraco thi-v cuu!i]. ai tiie íoi>; uí the two divisiut.?.  .«inister shadow of And there had come its___  youfg Dr. i-'oial!, sitting in the dark ' looked in that .«"ace, a ornor by the water bucket, nervc-d him. he did not understand xflitt dia iWti A victory over Philiip.« was a dcfoat to ' gentle reader, \he ûrêlitiat«-it-eaSM to c'tie who wi.fhcd only ill to the young'30U. î  .■^chocl Tiiastor. The other thouglu, that | The Squire was pfzzled. He had j will be divided into'parlors, while tb'é kt pt hi.« pluck ali re was the recollection given out all the hard words in the book, i remainder of the building will be chief-of Bud. lie approached a word Bud i He again polled the top of his head j ly devoted to sleeping rooms. The bed-approached the raccoon. He did not , forward. Then ho wiped his sps^cles ; rooms will be of two^sizes; part sixteen take bold until he was sure of his gatr.e. and put them oa. Then out or the i by eichteen feet, designed for two occu-Whcn he took hold, it was with a quiet depths o.f his,^oïket-K,é fished up a list : pants^ and part eight by nine feet, for a-?ar.Tnre of succc?«. . of w-ords just «»Ipingi-i'^to use in those , a single occupant. The building will  As llaiph spelled in this dogged way : days—words not'ia the Epclling-book. ; be thoroughly fire proof, having iron for hall aij hour tl\c hardest words the He regarded the paper attentively with beams in all the floors. It will be ■^qo.iro couid find, the excitorticut ^ his blue right eye. Eis black left eye heated by steam, and supplied with all sîia-îily rf.se in a!l parts of the house. ' meanwhile fixed itself in such a stare on other conveniences.  atid llulph's frict'ds even votitured to ; .Mirandy Means thaf èbe shuddered and , -------  wl-i^per tl.:.t 'riiay bo Jim had cotcbtd bid her eyes in her silk haudkerchief. ' A wife's love is the golden chain which hi^ iijatch aftor aii!'  of hi?  Km^s eoastai^ on l^d a füll and'ftresb  fM taancr «iliMaa H àealki . \ _.  f*ÎÎ î*"^'—----------—  Batf «»oatts---:------  Iteli «Mm^ «íioat»f-„U...  ----------IM»  ^èKçalBUB, taoatka:»^............... SS,M  Bowon, l^eT^ct^H & Co.,  irii^isMiàlbiK^fptv  rCBOOL iBOll,  ciM Ivwytttef iÉ^t W^a^tTjUm^  »•i. 18, tf&fT< SfKXll  . ot taUiliae.  But Philiipr Lcvcx doubted  .-tÜM'O.-^S,  'Thoi^lulitc,' said the í^ijuiro. •T h-o, the, o d, od, tìifod, o, thcod 0, 1 y-t e.' ipoìled tlic cliatnpion.  •Norit.' etiid the Sq-iire, who nearly lo' -ed his tcTth in the cxcitfuictU  lir.ipli .^"peilod the word slowly nr.d corri'ctly, atol the conquered champion sat «'.■■wn in coniu^ion.  T!ie tx iii meiit v.tis so great that for •o-v.-^ iiiiuutcs the sp'.iling was sus-peto.ied.  Iv.erybody in (he house h.ad shown .-yi;ip:-.thy with one or ti c other of tho  CI  tí.e coìtìcr. It had not nîovod üuru¡g ti e ron!o<t, atid did not ^liow any inior-C'i in the ro.-u'it.  'lif^wlui'iky criekcts ! Thunder p.n'l ÌÌL'ìittìini:! l.iicked hita ail to .-tuu.^V;!' l Bud. rubbitig his h.ands on his •That docs beat toy litre all  "l)agtierreoîype," snifîîed the It was Ralph's turn. '■I> a u, dau—" '•Next. ■  Aud Hannah spelt it right.  For which tite Kig^Itcsit ^farlcc I*rlcO! will be paid, eitlier in  Casli or Groceries^ AT HOWELL'S OLD STAN D  iS'oriA Side 0/ Public Square, DANVILLE, INDIANA.  ¿quire, unites her to iier husband; it has a thousand de'icale links, forged by sytupathy, I sclf-rcspect and mutual confidence; sev-i er but one of theui, and the chain is as i completely broken as though a hundred I  Such a biizz followed that Betsy . were destroyed.  Short's iii'jgle could not be heard, but ¡ -------------------  Shccky shouted,"llanner beat! mv Han-! It is the duty of every true woman nor spewed down the master!"' Andido ''>ck as beautiful as she can. It; Ralph went over and congratulated her. !duty to brighten and gladden the' And Dr. Small sat perfectlv still in ; world with her loveliness^ just as the the corner. flowers and trees, the skies and waters  And then the Squire called them to ' brighten and gladden it. Her sense of order, and said: -As our friend Han- | beautiful should always and every-ner Thomsnn is the only one left on hei : where be cultivated, for thus will her  , ...... ................... ............. side, she will have to spell against near-i mind be the home of sweet and lovely  n;i.atanis. c.vcept the silent shadow in ^ ly ali on t'other side. I ^hall, therefore,! things. Refiuement comes of all things  PLANING M IL. LS.  UE:ÏÎRY H.' WIIEATLEY,  Manufacturer of  0RFG store;  owned by William Tfade, -sriU contiaae the { business'at the old stand, and willkeep a fall  I line of  ¡Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Brushes, Toilet f)oaps. Perfumery, Pure AA^ines and Liquors for Medical Purposes.  In short a general nssortn enti appropriate to the busint ss.  fi^ TERMS CASH, ar^d everything sold  down to close figures. July 20, 1871.  DKKSS MAKING.  DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS, ^  j attend promptly to  Fashionable Dress IMiakin^,  Door and Windoic F'rarncs  kto'os. hvller!'  And Betsey Short until  take tlie liberty of procrastinating the ; couiplction of this interesting and ex-i acting contest until to-morrow evening. I hope our friend llanncr may ngain carry oit the cyptess crown o! glory. There is nothing better for us than hc.ilthful and kind stimulation."  '•I Drops," the sovereign Cough remedy, never fails to give relief.  11V3I01Î0IJS.  All Orders Promptly Fill cd.  good  turn—The  her  I The î5<j«iitïiop«acVî iiiS Fpff^iinj» book AYTIlDMIi V £7 I AOf ' and be<,:3n to gM^out (ho words to tl;o m 8 ÂÎHSl".! «i EtfîW ■whoi^lood up and spcV.cd  < <1 ;  ; i V  rrac<i:e< in ¡h- <" »tlj .i;iîu r t omit 1 - !i. of the Î^iîit.'.  T j;.  ( formi^rî V of î - !"  I.\ii ."j hn-î î ik .  c ; i î A i  r/f.s.'y. • s Wiiii^i: r,  li:.•:t|l^t » »'. h o(her.  î: w i'- l'.ot !i>r.g i.cfore Lrvrkin spelled really' with ouo I. atìd hüd tu sit duwf; ■.u ci iiíu-i. n. Nsìiile a uiurtt.ur of saiis-  I .lût!  ■71  ' rvîf t.-  fictiuu ra'i thr- u-h the rii'-iou fi.rce«. Tl c .-let V'U'.l: t- a"i'.ir ti ^ k  rni.ks of tho op-U r liLTUfo of the luce of th.  tuck-ccuib íeil out. thougii she was on ti.e defi^ate^ì side.  ¿liCéky got up and danced with picas urc.  But one sufTo-'atiiig lo''k fr.^nî the aqueou.^ eyes o: .Mir;iìHÌy dc.'^tr'iyed tho l.i^t .»park nf Raìpìi's rlea.-ure iti his trinnipli. atol stru ¡h..it :.vral belo'.v-zero .'ceiittL' all thro5;i:h 1 irn.  •Ile".'^ pGwcrliil sinnrt. i.-^ tho ntr.-ttr,'  j The stone to do a  Dr. Small, who knew the road to; grindstone.  nractice, escortcd houie 3Iirandv, and i , , , , ., , . , .  U , ■ , ! 1" ' 1 1 A laborer strikes, and stops work. A  Bud went homo with somebody else. , , , , , t  , M r •! 1 clock strikes and works on.  1 he others oi the iileans lamily hur-!  ried on. while Ilancrh, the champion, | A.literary class—Builders; thcy^ are st.aycd behind a minute to speak to ; always finishing stories. Shocky. Perhaps it was because Ralph j ¡^ ^ gs|,.pon(] nke a bird- !  saw that Hannah mu.^t go alotie that he : ^yj.^^ a 2>n-ch in it.  .-u l ¡oiily retuenibfred bavins; left some-  Call and examine our work.  ; Shop; Corner Delaware and South St  > n .. 1-.  i.O vN  I ^  Í <  I.! : \ I'  where lie wiS', cii'o'ïier^ :(H 1 vor him Willi A  nil  Î! 1 V  ..M  e:id< r, and a-e v( rj «¡uiet. R (■,._. if,.. (,( ii.íi'ji'o.-t» •  Me : h' uld le eti-;iy 'pelt at iiiiiii.et:t l.'^iti;: iiO  Í  irotif Ij li dri -.ided ill-! :uiÖT i! il '.vti.  s-iw in ti.e  J. It.  CUSTOM TAÏLOn  /»Ujiil. oc. r / 1'  DAN VILI.;:.  y- /  /..o'  •i (/If..-  l.M'.  863r Rico will per-- >n-.ily Htti'r.'i "!o tin-Cutting» Bn'inejis. .tuI n.V i-." p.'ol tits. .  Give him a call, nn i l-iv.^ vo-.sr ine-vsuro for^ti" s^r«''I with a dashing asiur-mc  iarkcit corto-'r the öuurc cf a wt ll-tirc,-.'^ . d yoiing u.ati siiüiig in ll e ,-ìi.'id..w. It !i; tde hini treu.ido. \Vl,y .'],iuM hi.^' I'vi! ¡.-»■nius h;)U!!î hin:? But I'V a s'rt tiir ^ iiurt ho turno Ì 'ní^ attetuinti aw.-iy frottj Dr. .So a!l, and liiteacd care'uüy to the words which tito Squire did not pro-i.'-tniec very di-tinctly. spci'ini: thorn with extreme deliberation. This tzavc him an air of hc-itation which disap-pointod Iiis own side. They wanted Isiu;  But  ' .hick t I IVtt the wi;..!e kit nti'i !a  tor'.-u.:li. I k;.HW tite rcá-t.u 1 tu:k Meat:s.  •Van-, 1-ut lie don't lick cnon^ih. uigh,' at-.s'.vercd Bete Juucs. 'N.j li tio luriiin", says 1.'  .I,.i;es. •ile'il bciit k "{ 'em ail ro he's Tl;rt's proOeed'-d Mr.  Not .•kin'  ihii:" which was of no conscqucnce, and A gentleman, not long ago, wishing to ; re-.dvcd to go round by Mr. Means' and : pop tl^e question, did it in tho following ; it singular manner: "I'ussy, may I have,  ------- —— -w------- — ; your mistress?" It was answered by the !  It" yr>;i have broncl'.iiis or 'i'iekiing of the Thr.i.i! K-e "4 !)i-(!j!..= . " it will cure.  Iu<lia.uni>oli)$, luci.  lìi^AVTli I L KXTiîACTS.  old dust  Spare moments arc the tiaie.  01  It was now not so Itard. T'f.c oîhor  Sweetiic?.'' of disposition is a star in  every cloudy night, spellers on the opposite side wetit ilown '  .^lickiy under the hard words the Squire ^lodc-ty is a dnntond whose worth is -ave out. The maMer had mowed down . known only Dy a few. all but a few, his opponents had given Hatred is a viper that soon destroys up tho battle, and aii had lost their him who warms its being, keen interest in a contcst to which there couid he but one conclusion, for there were only the poor spellers left.  But Ralph Hartsock ran against a  '»pankey " suit of •■T.-oitint; liarnos?." May », ISTI.  I. N. McCORMACK  Fashionable Tailor.  EasI Side Public Square,  D.\X\ tî.I.K. 1.NÜ.  he did not beuin a word unti! lie iiad uitn! I'iy felt hi.- way through it. A!ter ten ;niuutes of spelling hard words, Jeetus Btul.ar'.an. the captain on the othei iide .'pelkd •atrocicus" with an s,  stump where be was least expecting it. It was the .Squire's custom, when one of the .-mailer .-eholurs or poorer spellers rose to spell against the master, to give out eight or ton easy words tlo-it they mi^ht have some breathing spell beiore  Politeness is a rose that is the more ' beautiful when accompanied by virtue,  \Vhat we are afraid to do before men we should be afraid to think before God.  listress?" lady, ' Say yes, pussy."  A man who married a buxom Irish givl, greatly to the horror of his mother and sister, made tho following defense: ••If I married an American girl I must 1 have an Irish girl to take caro of her, and i cannot otford to support both of them."  i  A man scr.t a note to a rich neighbor, • with whom he was on friendly terms, to borrow an ass for a few hours. The , worthy old man was no scholar,and hap : penedjto have a guest sitting with him at the time, to whom he did not wish to expose his isnorance. Opening the ' note, and pretending to read it he reflected a moii.ent. then turning to the  8ep'21  in the Latest and most Elegant Style. Also call attention to their stock of  COLLARS.  CUFFS, HANDKERCHIEFS,  GLOVES. HOSIERY,  and, in sborf, everything pertaining to a  LADY'S TOILET.  SHOP—Three Doors West of White Corner  I>anvillc. Indiana.  April 13, 1871.  HAKl>WAKi:  EAELY BREAKFAST  Wood Caking Stove.  10,SCO Sold inis70....-0veri0,000i  HARDWARE  DEAL ER IN  COOK, I^^HILOK  —AND-  BOX STOVES, TIN  in Actual Uscì  Tlie Largrest OVEN of any Stove j made in the United States.  Patent Indcstructihh: DouUc Fire-Bottom.  Uses LESS FUEL than stoves 3 smaller.» HOT AIR CHAMBER in front, of Oven.  ttíP .\U work r.iAtît" in the l.-itdi style? by |S<K«cl workrnen. .inJ good fits iti'.firant.^ed. 0»»C him a cnlt. March 2 7Î.  instead of a c. and sub.-ided, his first : slaughtered, and then to give a  choicc. Jeems Phillips, comin- „p j poier or two which soún settled them, agairst ti>e t.-acher. This brou-ht the ' 'ie let them run ajittle, as excitemeot to fever-heat.  M. H. R.<r.  H C. RAT.  W. .s. lîAT.  KAY & SONS,  Attorneys at Law,  DAK VILLE, -  a cat does 3  doomed mou;e. There Was now but one rir"ihougVil^ph wa^ chosen first, itj P^-'-ou left on the opposite side, and a^  was ontirely'un trust, and most of the ''f ? '  company were disappointed. The cham- recognized Hannah, the bound girl at  pion who now stood uo against the old Jack Means fehe bad not attended  schoDl master, was a famous speller, -«'»ool the district and had never  Jim Phillips was a tall, lank, stoop- «^pelliog school before, and shou ldered fellow, who had never dis-; ^^s chosen last as an uoccrtaio quanti-  tingaished him«»^lf in any other pursuit 'J-  , , , , , servant, said: '•Very good: tell your  (.ood words are tke dcw-drop=-lhey , ^^^^^^ ^ esently."  fall ^!lo^í¡y, but wh.) can tell their ef-, j  feet? ' ! A fond father, blessed with eleven  Love is an an-cl whose wings we oft- and withal a very domestic  en hear, but whose kisses we seldom re- ' afternoor,  : bu>iness beinir very dull, he took the  T- ■ • r .u » u .t, ... early train out to his happv home, and  hnvv ts the thtef that robs the pos- - . / , ¡^  " r , , - c went up stairs to ptit tne cliii#ren to  sc-=or of peace, atd the victim of rep- . , . ■ Kr i-  utation Being missed from the smoking-  room, his wife went up stairs to see what: rmin 1 Chnrcnnl Imn  Mental worth i.« a river where the rye ^n. Tpou cpenins tho door.: from Ao. 1 Lharcoat Iron  at ali times is taken up with the beau- exclaimed, "Whv, dear,' what for „v RFnWiT A- RrRTOV  ties which are hourly presented. , ^.^e, are you doing? '. i REDWAIi BIRTOS,  Godnes? of heart is Juan's besttreas- ; '-Why," says he. "wi.'"cy, I am putting Ci.vci.v.vati, Ouio.  urc, his briirhtest honor and noblest ac- , the children to bed." quisitioD. "It ii that ray of the Divinity ! -Yes," says wifey, "but this is  ri^/irHÏKÎNG House Guttering  Evcrv Sto  s it:.= faction, an.l its UAKING QUALITIES e.jual to those of the old-fashioned brick oven.  VTill prACkiec in alV the drioks »nd adjoinicp Counties  I.VDIAN'A. thac spelling. Except in. this o'ne art • The Squire began with easy words of ; Cotms of Hen-! of spilling he was of no account. He two syllables, from that page of I ^jj^u  ies. U. C. Ray coold not catch well nor bat well in ball.ster, so well known to all who  which dienifies humanity. jone of ours."  wo see things as God sees them. I Sure enough he had got one of hiá j uld not have a solitary wish for a ' nei-bbor s chudren undressed, and be single alteration in our circumstances; i ^o®®"  not For sale by all v. ide-awttkes. stove  • dealers throughout the county.  july 13, 1871.  nJRNITURE.  wUl »»cud to Notarial business, and gite: Oa could not throw well enouch to thumbed it as -'Baker," from the word -v „„ „t, 5. •• j  , ! a.«l:e his mark in that famous Western that stands at the top of the pafc. She ; ^^ ''  ' game of bu51-pea. He did not succeed spelled these words in an absent and un-' Franklin said: "A newspaper and ! well in any study but that of Webster's ; iatcrested manner. As everybody knew ; Bible in every house, and a good school j ~ But i^  :,OFFtCB—Si>mbcasi corner Nave's Block, i April 20,1871.  ter that he left family matters wife.  to hi*  '•4 Drops. " Battz & Pickeriil. Proprietors ¡  J. R. MAROT,  WIILI4M A McKEKZIE iElementary. But in that be was—to ! that sfec wonld have to go down as soon ! in every district, are the principal sup-: No "22 North Penn. St, Indianapolis.  1. « . ^ . * I use the Flat Creek locution—in that he | as this preliminary skirmishing was over, porters of virtue, morality and civil lib- -—-----------  .i^ttorney at L a W , [ W»« 'a hoss.' This genius for spelling i everybody began to get ready to go crty."  I is i a some people a sixth senso, a matter ; tiome, atjd already there was the buzz of j think, says Phny, it is the mo^t |  liiirlin^ton.  DAS VILLE, IXDIASA.  I of intuition. Some spellers are born preparation  Having permanently located in Danville, i »oti not made, and that facuUv reminds asking g  ion. Young men were timidly beautiful and'human thing in the world.! L^^^^^ing the F.ast .md arriving »^t ^b^go |  le iifl,«.- ' - > - -.L -1 »1. . or In-hanapoliS, how shall wereach the >V est.'1  .. u- so to mingle gravity with pleasure that • LiU is acknowledged to be theC.,B. |  Dealer in  r WITT & SURFACE  184 WEST WASHINGTON St  Indlftnjipolis, Indiana, Uetr* is next thing to havinc whipped the; comprehensibiUty" and" began to give; , *  ¿«lew in nurc Drur^ and Medicirie^L Drug- ? bully in Hoop.poll county, and i out these "words of eight syllaB'es with [ Y carniot come ac^s a  giSilJffiiS^^iiicl^i^^^^ doin^thc last'three the accent on tho sixth." 1  K lowei «»rket prices. iST Sole amenta „ „ters. He divided the hero-worship 1 scholars now turned round, and ceiibd fo small that your h«Uou.d crush ou ......I of tbe district with Bud Means. | to whisper in order to he in at the mas-! ''f J^L^Tli: ".ifrlU tZ ^ui  for Covlea Snp«rior Writing Inkantl  KaeiUge, •ítcvUTS.  ihòlesale and r«iail. Scad for , Julj 13, '71.  For half htird words  Ééif"-"^  eiooked orthography iliire could be no fuelling sebools. As Balpb .discovered his cpponeot'fl mettle fa» hecftme more 3ind more caatioas. He was huv satUied Chat Jim woold eTeo-tiiallj beat bta. The fellow evideotly ttü émtím of J»tieo of th« Feaw. , k M» «ore about the tpelUaç book thaa  Wnci-^tbalTertiioMe of the r«Mi«'old Noah Webiter hiMelf. A* ha stood ever the ]»aaTille Bma aad 8koe tVn, «itb bis d«li f«M and long ftbarp ^î^^ ^ 1 ••m bis bMds i» kto poekeu, asd bis  BOBEBT H. MOOBHEÂD,  ¡mm OF THB PEACE, H  f ao hour the Squire gave out i ter's final triumph. But to their sur- ? yoi s. What a blessed thing our Í prise, 'oíe Miss Meansea white nigger,'! wh irthoeraphy i»! Without it | as some of them called her, in allusion | bea  ATIKO withdraw* from 11 other f-nMne«« will hereafter devote his whole tioie to  ^»^flT^L^i «aleé .-Iii» uiums. u «MMd to * " tfcrtr Vm «ittìètl^' wwl K«  owuav wa va t^^mj —-------i . a e TT*  to her slavish life, spelled these great i it in the regular coureo of Uis provi-  words with as perfect ease as the mas. ter. Still, not doubting the result, the Squire turned from place to place and selected all the bard words he could fiad. The sebool became utterly quiet« tbe exeitemeot was too great for the wdiuarj busx. 'Would «Meaoses Bauaer* b«ak the auster? Beat the naater tbai had laid cut Jim PbilKps? SfCTjbodj'a tjapatbj «as bow turs^  ancholy,; ^ Q., joined together with the B. & M. Rail-wantonness. i road bv the Iron Bridge at Burlington, and 1 ... , 1 called the Burlington Route. j  looking glass; The mainline of theRoute runninsr to Oma-j rip« ftvil nlV'Il  selves by. i ta.. connects with tho great Pacific Ro«<^»,and ;  leading route to CattrOTnia.: entering Nebraska at through Lincoln, the State year b« finished to Fort shortest route across the Continent by over 100 miles.  Another branch of the B. M., -diTergine at Pved Oak, falls into a line running down the Missouri through St. Joe to Kansas City, and all Kansas- Passengers by this routeto Kan- i sas, see Illinois, Southern Iowa, and Missou- | ri, and by a slight divergence, can see Nebraska also.  . . . t- ___««J r__i Lovers of fine views should remember the  beauty to live there, and daily cares for Partington Rout^, for its towns -high-gleam-  ing from afar"—its tree fringed streams—its rough blnifs and quarries—its corn-ocSans stretching o*cr the prairies farther than tBe eye can reach.  Land-buyers will be sure to remember it, for they have friends among the two tbonsaad who have already bought fama from Geo. fl Hams, the Land Comnissioner of the B. & M. R. R. at Barlington, Iowa, or among the four thousand homestraders and pre«>emptors who last jear filed claims in the Lineotn land offiee, where "ITaele tea ia rich enough to live OS aU a farm."  But to their sur-1 you will think how gentle God must be ho made this flower, in its exquisite  dence.  I am rich enough, says Pope to Swift, and can afford to give away a hundred pounds a year. I would not crawl upon the earth without doing a little good. I will enjoy the pleasure of what I give, giviue it alive and seeiog another enjoy it. When I die I abonld be aabaaed to leave enough for a uioBBMeBl, if there was n wanting friend teft nbov« gronnd.  Stoves, &C.»  No.87 East Washington Street,  Sign of the BIG HAND  ■ ^  —AMB—  SUEET-IRON WIRE.  ALSO  H^HID W^KE  -AND-  AGRICULTURALIMPLEMENTS.  We Manufacture ( ur Tin and Sheet-Iron Ware, and offer it at retail .ind wholesale on as favorable terms at can be purchased ia any market. Orders for  Solicited. Repairing of all kinds of Tin, i Copper,or Sheet-Iron vessels done with neat-nessand dispatch.  Mnnson's Gop])er Lightning Bod  Always kept on hand and put np to order.  Sicn ortheXamnoth Golden CofTrc Fot  DAirVILLE, INDIAVA. August 2 1866.1:19. ' ®  DRY GOODS.  ED. J. <GREEJ«iE,  --with-  TiMING!Oi\ & BUCK.  whelesale a ad retai dealers in  FOKEIfiN AND DOMESTIC  Dry—Croo€l§  ^JSTD I^OTIOJSTS, No's. 44 and 46, East Wasliing^n,  INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA.  isl:>iAyAPOLis,yifi>,  Jaa 27,1871.  ■ - ^  This establishment makes a specialty ef  Dress—Goods  of every description; and, ia fact, a fnllliae of Dry Goods, Ba :h as ate found in the large-est Emporinms. Their stock is  FSESn and SSASOXAJSL£i  complete in all its departoeata. Tk^ have 1 have a besntifnl aad ll^teoeM Sdea Beem, land money can be saved en evsiy detta*'»  > worth purchased. Give the»»Mdl. June I IS71.   

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