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   Danville Hendricks County Union (Newspaper) - November 18, 1880, Danville, Indiana                                 > THüIíSDAT/NOYEMB.feB IS, 1880.  K  <• . -  $1.50 PEE ¥EAE  I"-'---"  , WALKßlii?-  And SHOES fet'm^à^^ìi^V avoine wc  /are ôïïerlm ..m^^Ix  shoe pail  We arc also el^srtfg/out joh lot of m and v>'oincurs boofe^éSÎâ'shoes al cost:  ' 'Bsi^itóllej ■ ' Indiana  —^Thê. merry sleiiih belli. -^It'-"änew" al! day ye-sterday, —Turkey unci cranberry snuce.  —Owing to the death of Mrs. Carrie Emmons,'>one of the most prominet mehib'ers o( the M. E. Sunday School, the regular e.xercises hxsr Sunday were dispensed with, and short i?peeche5 commemorative of the life'ancl character oi the deceased were delivered by sev« ral members of the school.  —Harvey Hays, of Alariorr township, I* brought lo our office a fin^ specimsne Emma ]\rc'Cui;dy " is- clerking iu | of of-the "iig SpeCk'" corn whicli^ he stoic. ' i lias raised this year. IIarv<7y clAims  Bazar.  The Philokurean Society of the Christian Church will have their Bazar in the Christian chapel, beginning Thursday evening, December 2.^>d and continuing over Friday. .On Friday evening ihey will give an oyster supper in the lecture room and ji sociable in the cljuioh proper. Everybody can looic forward to a good, merry ti:ue a', the 'Christian church Christmas, week, for tho ;>^^ciety ha.> detemiiaed to have'a «oo'i entertainment that all will oi)jo>-.  —Hr^. M A. r.nd }n-r —Mrs. ^Viloox i'i\ i¡:>->r  fìn-n-ài-o at ho- i.iiUer'» h, ! fioin Ohio. ar. I Iirr riZ-.-i  Vovjiy. Jmi. - ' : ■  i  • J -¡f  vís.rtbvritj;:.'z)í liíis .^ úte sieik f.jr :vi"vor!'.l w^o.ks. .  M'i'lO iíCríQ)]«!^ iii'IncliùçajH-r)? lo <>ûy  :e3 X..  -Vor Menat—^—  ■w:  a niteting at th" Friend^^ouurrh I.ísí 5an<ia.v áfiernoo:!. Tbe '.^írl. .r<:>c'':>MÍ sriinñ .inpfopriatí^ piet'-v qciiie v oíi. The U-cture »of th•^ íiíotb-^i' [.iiT-.rçiui: the'reoital ot tfoirv^h's.  i '.v'hifli wo tiiou;:nt; ilVcidtnJîv in bui i ta.ít». X coll-'cti^n/ôî' líikcn  u;> '.r, hein her o;: W.vhrt; Kíiís-i'».  — H. ?.r. I..I , -r.-;itly —ÎV. t olv ha-« sr-iii !it<  i;npr»)-. f-.í liud ií'^h.us • to Citu'inn'iti | rv.-pí-rty in N'ov.- "\Vii»chr«t-(>r to Dr. O-t.<j look out f'T V.ü Jin-'^s. ¡ K. iluri oí" v.'íio ^iiCv-.^t-ds  C<;!via will lítí'ih-tew Mi ui-cal York cit}', to ---jií'r.íí  t'winlí'f. Nt'xt sprïiîg, hft '.viri' re-D, .v'nui-ni. of C;oo:.c»fJe. V.M« ,„.,,..^0 D.-.-íMoin.-'» íov.a. nuike  s follows al).)!:t :Lo t'eniirl X->r-nir.l 10 the liockviilö Tiil-uno :  • Xoîvmm . ^  i).\.VVI!,LK, is»., i  y.ì>. TR:;ÍVX:: :  Sn!i.l-:"iji< .-.¡-f li-.ua , ail ^i.srt« . .;  s -.  ¡" —Cvi:unùrur>ì , w!iy oít Amo  oorrC"-ror.>i ';;r.r:i.¡! ti;- cc'iíc:' of '.liffT.-i-zette "Star" Kinc'- 11».  sM.. 3: aud ^.u-íl-¡  .has bee:i y iil for ' •'.'íití íIi:U'.  til'.' C'i!it:".i ."^t.ites: iii-:'y ar«'. na '.víiliout vo::.ir<l la r.!«-», í'I.'jOí-, a.-i-in-j.- coiiÀii'nj'i <_>; so.".it'.í"¡I-tii'^j ,".rr' :»'•.' lili i.ioroil as nioii •.■■•...'m-n. .i- ■../•M. -i; und Kílif-. ; i'.r.i --1 .-(.ui-o, r. .!Í i), ¡i,-» rtht-r ev.-! ¡•;y.  rh'.T.i if. ilo : ini.... y J..M*.c-r.-i. l 'I ht- ^tuvì^'iii ¡r.r.kv'^  : i..- !i; í.t j . .. :¡.) ;; kis !'íiVf!it.i-''> no;;i'. t^;-- (•rnuív  .1  -fX, . ,'i . 1. Ì  . í-r -1:1 1, -i  ■ • 1  oi;t í!ie.-e ¡"niO-S oí"  ííi " ßitTivilU' it.ct weak goitlng anew ."-■«•t of foñtb fiviu tlií>Dr~ Jlail.i'.i.  —j;.lí. Alien r i Grvêti- ! pwiict for .h.i.i ;  líTa- a, -^iCÄT-est  . 10,  C^iilng^tcrL St-  tííat, hii'fiit'ire bonje. •  m.i^íf a iiiié start in lii.s cho-ea pr •fer.-  Mrs.  tu.-.' m'.i'.iltty. .  C!.tí.-t'.s ai«; ù)r:n..-<i v. KUoyt  1 li .1- it --.j'i'..tt. 1' I ¡I-  kiir.iv.s vviiat lu- ctii.i- iui.  f'-iiîl---. visitinír thoix'dauglitor Mrs. 1 o.iret'r ín tho Ha O. ÎÎ. >'uíith, Monday aii- Tu^^sday. '  * • • ♦ 7-,  —.lohn îrvîu aud «■ir>. ^ifOrf-onraaílc,  were lí.ero Kond.ay iitten<iL£ng the fun«-- \ Kl oí Mrs. Carrie their ' .L'-t, vjí.UJi-on grow u-,.  ' j v. iílrplentytof readi:;;: ""inaLttr'nr-.-und  —Mr. N.nuglo.'of tl.e PlAÍHfi'sW " ' - -  irrr"«?, called, au th-î. Tm.-i orìjco în our ab-eîii-e. KíiiJxiy last." Ca;l.a,jgaîri, friend X-.tnaW,  ¿iVi'U Uli üH- v.n-k he fM:i ;  there uu inaiing ov» üit-. er are liiere arij- eiiaj.HnAÜoi;^ »i i.-ing 'ihe terta : lijüi old i c-ac of ;uu;u?:r.y,  still pracUf.. ) in r!Tr {Hibiie sc'uj .u'. bäs  beeil pui iijitt»^. Ti'.o ifeiseher wijo r '.n  Ujit-gi-^'le Ii!./ jHipUn. iV'ini thcir, j 'iüia-tioKii.-is not vvorihy cl'his im^itioK.  iicfhätion ai C> 1 2 ». m.. i.id  \herv> arfc ciass»-.-^ iie.x^lv o-Vc-ri' Ito'a; .'ib-_ , _ _ !u? p. m. ; lliLs ha.« t-f i-f iir 'o!v," -r to  v.epklv paji^u, at (\jiily anil i-> aoi'-.inino'; iio hU, •iliurV-¡.^riiig .^o i, i:y  . ■- r - - . . ^ •  will remain in D-'-nTiìl'i during the winter. " , •  —'i'he. newspaper in a famiiy j-: a  ' frp.ni J.oration 7n-{ ' í-.iti rdav io .attend  ß  at tiio l-ci-s^ie of. ht-ri dying friend Mrs. K'nuioiis. . T  — The brick-iua<oilK Oí»" the iie^^' ■ lAck Wt^re fro/.'^M O'.u on Mond-ay ani! 'J'ìip.'--<lny. They only . lack-id ;ibour, two davs work of finishing tbe iob.  th'-'Ui in tlj«-of l"^' ^oi 'i  vepklv papç^.i:, at le^^/jtie aiid a  nai-'nzine or two, ,%nd ih-ov .cFiiMr^n » course-«. 'Afi'é-l ^'Ti. m., ih*  mm,^n íil^;:;';:-' M'  ILe otht^r fiaiwÌ, rf  these adv:>n! ig("s f. ill ¡•.>* tji-^  n<'>rant. vicl'5i.-r ar^d v.T.f! i.I.-.^ jf'-^'rf ^ . .. purent-«, who ac^ .ai'îinfiaic'■■• >•'■!••. í*»''"''  '.li-  'I?  « >. ■  í consent to d-'privt'''tV:!--'r .'!,i1.'ik-¡í h j cheap means of eilí!C;«íi..;i îV.« ea:;  Argúod íisce.-.^fvi'.r^í  ' imiyvv^-viíiit'x  A First-CJlass Hearse famished free of cliariie.  . 1 keep CQi».staudy .<yu;.hantl a.s Hue si stock of coffins una ; . <ii\6kct.;\a5 jou will out.siile of iiuiianapolis. Burial K<>bk ;of air^dcjj^ptiQn/ guarauteed 111.  ^ ; goods and prices.  Also a good :rLji^ex3r amf iE^eeci Sta-"ble- i>i'eciai  1 sep, vet there are far^ili- i--. thi, '.o.vn î^'ï&^V-i*- -^i:--  1 doin- that vary thing. ß^ui-j« „p ^^ phAke^hÜ^S^^iÄiQd, «í  •uttcîiûôii given ÎO Drammoi'S aíid Travdii^ mon.  [îO-28-Gûî.  t t  500 WïrôOW OïïETAmS  Btóltnv Cosí. 'Also Great Bargíiiuá in  Wall F^fíier, Ku^s,  hoi;BE,  3 o tó'34 .îSouth ÜHoois Street, ludîanapolis.  500  tm-ic-  —Miss Alice Chambers was not able to attend the Riley entertainment Friday night on account of a severe attack of neuralgia, wlijch visited her Thursday.  —Perhaps there is "not .another person in Danville whose death would be so r.r.iversally lamente<l as thai of Cai ria U'. Emmons. She was a favorite with evoryboily.  •i  — Dr. F. r. Ferguson, of Linmln and .r. M. Brtrbnv. f>i Brown, bave not vet lost Ibe broad grin which they t'lok f:Ti XoN". íM a,- a vi.sit to Danville last Salurd«;" discloíed.  home of his father. This is a sad fttfoÌcè to Rev. J. U. Claypool .and hi'S family,  and they have the he.an-felt ^vmpathy |t\et5 fçptiiIw^ to'fL-îî""idï of a large circle of frien<ls in Danvilie. i <í4»^5l|i»ick shakes iire.sivcnj if  Little Gertrude was a lovelv child, and Pardcd agah.st.-are apt'to reL^fiie^  . ,, ,, "ou '»Uí QiiU 01 theK tew incuc»>jUfc-j,  tntelhgent beyond her year<. She was a í cavity. Aft^-vftW^  beautiful suiger and made glad the ! aap^omeü to'it, however, il is r^lhW  m « ■ JW J!*'»«^ a w • ^ '--■'mi-  hearts of all who ever saw and beard her by her simple, swc-et and chibUsh notes. She has gone to wnrble sweeter strains in a hajipier c'.irn v May this be a consolation to the bu-editig hearts I'f the stricken on^« who tnourn her loss.  —We took a ride out to Xew V.'in-chester and thr«iui:h tho c.iuntrv round ! about on la-st Frid'iy. W.> ¡net qnite  o •  i . . ."^on  PEESIBMTIAL ELECTIOIT  urcbnsed the liverv staV.îe at Clayton, j tanncrlv ovvt.-ed by Messrs Boutweli »"t Their stoi'k is in go-^d C'inditi<>n,  ! and thev solidi the public patronage  i ' i  —There wa< another wreck on the li.A Kt. L. ]::aUrosd last M.->nday at iin on the New Maysvii> rOT.dnndevn Fern .>it'-tion ffn miUs we«t of Green- 1 "»y that it i.sone of the best «îirt roid-S .-aâîî-, TheU-ain w«3 thrown from the j î« the county. It i^ ditehe l bo'h 5 track ar d the baecage car demolished, i »"'i remains dry and sol-.d wh. n  ; No one was hurt: ' | other roads are muddy. The road  I ought however, to be graveleii from  —Eddie Watts, ««on of L. S. Waits. hansring on a coa! cartxieaj* the Public (School house liwt Tuesday. fell  mcK^d nothing pleíMfr. • the b'e^er fhitn to with bis frîyudè C'  ^ tü^S^-^neral good, fed«ag -alway^wc-'^t^letweeu-Jibrmalitc^'. ' ; . Í i^ei^ìiiitìrnattì Satbrdjiy liighC; the teachers, hnd * many ruf- llw to'^lioik thcet in the c|iapel and li«>14 » r^jisKin', which is a .good deal- like Su:;day school Voneenls,. êxc^^ihat afte»* the exercisies an luitii: j»j gi^^&sto promenading . and ^ making These are a'great at the same time almo.^t a íjeéfepy, for isi then» li^» our - oflly «huçjCê »»f gftliyg acquainted witli stD^  Marion township strongiv Democrat- j denN'ijho are not ciñ«-; m vies. and 'with . . , , , , " . , oîtiâfêiJS ol the town. P«rhrft» ¿t vf imé  but the people out tb^re nppr.M :aie ^^ dan>.s'el- ou  a good pr\ppr and !>-.tli I),-:no.-rats and ike-itif^^t ; at the reui.t*'.« he point- her RepuMicins tikethe mos. W,^ cim^^ i out to.jviie of ti.e faculty, he is'prv.ifi.i-  ed, at leas.t one ¿otil is niado Inpr  V \. : - c II"  Messr.s- Allen A* Courtney bave ; ^^ jj.,, fris^nd.^  of the IT.viON and ¡nade sonir- new ones.  Fro«i Brown-  - PHYS] lÄiäd-;  - - ■ - ■ -i,...-,  . s.Me «-auare, tijjnviJie. Xnd . on-,;'-"  I-«.,..», —B An»Votlieí-AinerJ<»«V ÍÍ: ■ maücifii&'lijíy'. üésí^íC'-g  «qu  hïinVl}j'-It.\lnn,Teti u eis.s»t) warblè. iïOBib stones 'ou »UoTt notice.  «I  aírsliall Tòd.d, ' " ' , ' yÄBST^ACT03i-Ö.F Til®,-  ItanrlUe. Imi'Bih|^ tu CvtàitS^' Becoiri i-r'« of- -  fire. Tli« title to more tlinn oue-UaU uT llie r«»! ". tate.ln II<indricks>coDntv i* dvUctlrti. ' ' ¡ v^-',  " ATTORNEY ArI  'DA^^ TILLE. -  Praotiepi io tbe CmMBittì  "i  A ■  !  lodi  ¿V. I'ni^; ,  Uk'jws TowxSuip Xor. lätii '»U.  White Hall echool hou.^e we^t, clear to  '•r  Ut  .. Ts now attracting .the attention óí-botli Poiitical panics, but  „ .....  Keeps tlie niost-aita-aciivo stock of  GROCERIES,  .ELI AND  J4CC0y CIGAR«, &c., &c.,  aally invito members of all polit-sj^iud prices before purchasing >ttai^ kept in a fiirat-class groi-  vUle. Ind.  tinder thf> wheel.sof- the same, getting one of his leg.s badly hurt. Keep aw.iy from moving vehicles., boys.  —Wm. Faokley, of Xortb Salem, who lost his b!ack«initli and wagon shop l y fire in f^eptember IsKt, was« in town last Monday to see.about his insurance money. WillJam is still smiling over the great Republican victory.  —A very pleasant social was held at the M. E. ChurtJi on Wednesday evening of last week. Tbe new orchestra furnished some »»xcfcllenfc music, and Miss Anna It«ed and £. G. Hogate entertained the crowd by select reading.  —Riley'» entertainment at tbe Presbyterian cbarcb last^Frid««- nigbt was enioyed, by a folLhoase. H!a readings alirajs please a Banville auiiience. .We •hope^ however, he will-add some more n^ pieces to his rqierioure -before his next eatertainment.  j^Sl^tj'JÍíé^ ."bf . H,tll¿^  í ßrowtiidesmi.to reltirn tio voa their siu-  the countj-line. It would open up onr. . r %-u 11 -, •  . \ ' . r I . cer tlmnks for the valuivble aid your  of the best portions of the county to.. ^f:,- .. ..  J V • - panerîçfeiKierati, them dunfig the late  ^.inville trade. The busmesa man or t r-• ' ■  i - , ,, M -r 14 i . i ««ijiMííga.* Tne Umox was alivay».;oo DanNilIe could well aîl íru to contr¡oute J-, \ , . • i- - i-  ^ " hand^Îïïled-Éo tlje brim with pohuçab  freely to such an enterprise. vji • . ^ t - - -V  ^ ^ 'news, -and arguments to be use^  Thanksg-iviiigr.  Arrangements have been made, for union services on next Thursday in  .agiiiast the common enemy,' which we, vsry highly. We l>elieVe your^6j«>r had much to do ivitb -the  Danville. They unii be held in thè M. E. Church and the members of :d! tbe ' churches will unite in the same^ Rev. (i. P. Peale, pastor of the Christian church, will deliver the discourse. Good music will be furnished. The people, of the surrounding country are invited. Let all csome together and enjoy a good^ old-fashioned Thanksgiving service.  VÄ.  »■fvi  ... ' ; ' Altojnqypt.ïajvfÎ^'. V^ ^  àiiiiaWf Tixiinna'. .0®c» OïewïÇÀÂÔfflw.''eoíi^'-J Içciipns M)} odtorintvork yr^^rjifly atl«ha% 1 to.*^; r, J  ■T~. '.SI '  ■- t • 'V .!  DanriMle,  can,-W«3teni, of Th)roiitds«nâ'''îlîe-T«}trfriodït> •compafij/TUB OflFO-FAB^l&ltS',,' of .Lì;.-: Roy, Ohio/brganjied în TS4«-" . '  The secret of perfect health is TnyW riably found by those who take/'Sellei»;, Liver Pflls." \  Tumors, erysipelas, mercurial^ diseM^f es, scrofala, and general debility:, cnred. br "Dr. Lindaej^ Blood Searche^^^r  c^ tbe county, and we deem it, -'IÇb'lhus speak iim.1 also.work 'tension of its circulation. ■ ; Í iki are also due to* e very'Be; J^èJtoKnshîp for the r tbe ànitèd effort, for tho^Ä id. for thQ glorious.^, xi^r^) }a:wnÌD^ in the state of Brown;'»  iCommitt«emanir  V-  - ' ■ }■  ."ft f' . 'i-J'i'P  . bpOL^irest Uomer Sq,nar6, i.i}  ter t EsLllvinfòrms^iùiì^at < oji thè lÖrl«; ü^'n^ivilí*   

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