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Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel (Newspaper) - January 30, 1878, Fort Wayne, Indiana Tilh His at the While Hoi indclgo in not other kind. SJTITH, of the Loganiporl Star, anothe impecuutoui radical editor. Ii to be i pointed pottmmter. Great Ii reform. TOB Indiana delegation in tbe boos Toted ai a unit the other dsy in favor of bill- to make greenbacks v.bli ft Wtriis the put few weeks four new Uniicil SlBlet D-naloi) btve been circled F.rlcy, (Sraome >mi Wil limmi, all lo surged Sargenal, McCreery, i A tlROE numlieror pvlilioni hue prewnic'd lo the "ianed bj work- iogaco proteitioji ibB reduc- ajiioil the m tots'ion of the tax on lei liupuUr thit terellt.at lo lign inch pelUinns, and il it ib belisre ibey diJ it m- dor "preMureV from "htir emptojeri. Ton eonlEit.for the lucceuonbip ID Ogleebr, of Illiooii, baa al- rendj bcenn. "RosrinE Ditt" toUhiiowa tueceuor, but flnd tba potilion for by Elibu B. Join A. Login, Judge C.B Liwrpncc, John A. Charley Cullom and oliart. If ibe deoiociaU carry tba ligiilature, GOT. Palmar, ex-Senator Trurobult, M- Senstor O. II. and Judge W. 0. QouJy will put in their daimf. II hit !-Wj been repot fdibit Mr MrLIn.uf to" vbllaibcf TOIO. lor ftnt- ar till In ur. uiaion Wail cBKiit BBIIUF, md thit ilienw TeiiTdlDianouDditlonfor inch a icpict. la O'bur .onli.lt lie oui al "hole el.ih.-Jo. Ur, Marble ia a gentleman, and no charge againtt him coming from bave any weight; firtt, became be one of tha parties who Hole the clec- tonl vote of Florid., and second, because bil character ia so bid ibat tbe lenata te- THE ncolj elected United Slates lor ftom Murihod, ei-Gor. Jamea black Grpbme, is a rintite of that state, and ii about forty years of ago. He cornea of good his fathered prandftiher haiiDE beep eminent profeniontl men- He begin tbejlodj.df Inwin !8S9; admiued inlSEI; and.-inlhe Irgi.lnlure in 1B7I, wtenhe WMBD- noincceiifuT for Ihe Bsoate. He Ihe Greelefticket an earnett mppdM in 1872. and wae ed totbe legiElalnrc in 1 874, when Wbyla cboiento Ibe seriate three Senator Groome was fthoicn 10 mte'ant lhat Kentlemau'a nnejpirtd ability, altboncb ho is ni link known hEjlind lioiill of TI1B "DAXIE OF DEATH." publication, a few months sin a book with. Ihe abovo title, and dcvot- I to 4calhing denuociiiion of rannc knciag.wbich wu cbiracttriiod aa a rili nd indecest amuietneul, caused a gnai hii-h premise, to bt long continued. Ji ill be remembered that the Hnled liberal extract, from Ibi, remark- bleboofc. Tha anthor condemned round Ing in Ihe most vigorous Saxon, fie it as tin inciler of lewdnesa and parent of imaiodettt, toimj of pnrilj and maid, nly virtue, and lha reiponsibl, olbor'of liceDtion.nets, abame, eoojuaal felicity aud pro.iitotion. Tbe aaiboi wed .such plain language that lecent publicatioi, nfit for pernial by young piopla, atd odinR largely to dHieminale the very i in favor of. the pamphlet if two itronglj commendatory lei- the auihor, "hich id. With ibis high endonemect of "Tbe Dance of Death look a start, iod the supply for timo WEB ardly equal to the demand. The newspapers have taken up the sat- ed and mott of them dissent entirelj in tbe" pamphlet. The Nuw York rorld struck out in new line and inter- awed a number of the leidine clergy- of .the nelropolis concerning the L Iloit of them showed unexpected boielilj on subject, although a few ind foaliib amusement, aari- ergy generally wonld devote more JrncB which" wn adnplcn bj the home the otberdtj, foilno- tli- FO tuur. ind ihe inaieiaeni f inch lo inrt ft.nu thlsconnin no- -M'b be rgnllitj imceii pipfriml coin. THKKK ia marked differeniB belweeo Ibe ivpnbnbllcan feoata and ihe demn- craiio home. The wilb TG aj.mbert, -hag HI employee at' t, lotnl eipenie of ibe home, 292 membwi, ontf bit tbe icrrire of 139 fnrBODi at a total cxpenie of Tbe aye rage laU of tbc employe, wbile the home on an It lake. S2.32T J3 to live aiiendance. -while ihe rxprn.e per in VbeboDie ii bat The tba .two bodiei appeira in compariog iheir coniincfntripecies during ibort leiiioD. The .expense of tbe reaiir during lha rbori tettbr. wbilelbotoof thuhonse were 122.309. alihoojih the latter U four at Urge Ibo formfr.______________ tbe bard timet IsU jtnr u any city ID tbe country. Tho number lailurM in Ibtt city wu 363 or an aver- age oT about one dnj. Tho aggregate liabilities were or add- ing for fifty-one OaicB where clevrance of old mailers made in banking conrle, it S40.85T. S3B. Fiflj linei of bntioen HEieiepre' nntpd io ihn Kit of fsilgrti, Rut roare Ihnn hill of ibe fsiinreioccurred in eighi of but acd i tbirda in Gvc The dipartmenta in liquor, 39; 37; ifioceti-i and ballJine nnJ 13; BOJ btaks nnd b-nSifrj. H; and 13; ciml, 13, liBis Giici'e in  financial or eco- nomic be dtigncefal in a Coinanche Ind'HO. From aa editonal in wiie and riopoiilioo for tbe preient, we clip (he following O God) t lhat morUli who thai ccuneitoutd be pcrtnitted toeditnem- thil AiattMnlb century. Tbil "ine miwrt cf tha -Jo not feel the Uticd" on wobky and t Bow VOIi. XLV. FORT WAYNE. INDIANA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY HO, 1878. NO. 5. ibo Gazelle know tbat lha con.umer a) way. pay. the laze. T ho imigin that tbo distiller and tbo tobacconist pi texe. out of their own pceketi, am to collect them track framtheircu. tomersT There are few ii _ Ibin'liquorandlobacco fiver j poor liborer 1. taxed for lurpoMt wben he buy. a pipe full of to- larco or a cbnp time am psj. for a glut of grog, bs conlrib- towards carrying on tba genera ofernment. tbenalional bur en tbat ii oppressing the people, al bough local and corporate.laxw, beini irect, are noticed wore. One bal nportdiiliei. Mort I bun 3000 article) fet.li the pres- are of the I be B wiie and teniibld thing fo Iszeile man to pernit aoma alemen- ext-book on political ec.inomy. tbrt -nt i <1 moder 10 mucb lima and labor in ditcniiioD of anificial sioB." Well ijorilT of ibe ergyoien law no oljeclion to auiubla and at niooable. At public balU or p.rliti, Isle hours and in odeit dreeies. cic., Ihpy uoanimou-'y odrmned diuciug immoral, leading ind shame, anil at ibe bed de- uclive as well of j-trliih delicacy and of also pobliihed interviews cine upon be ell h, Tbo 6 pint of JBlimony npon Ibe subject i. fairli own bj tbe" evidence of Dr. Foidjce irker, Ihfl renowned obstetrician. He iproied of round dancing. HB said il llracled women's mind, from a coolem. of their own sjmpiomi, and ereby circomvenl. flvil. It was Urge- niter of education. Fertoua on- wt, rtxarded ing Ihe I hois not t. Be thought lhat habit, familiar. d refinement made matt of ni on ifaii t object. Tbe following Irael from Dr. intereiliug alemeat is encouraging' and iboald at. ict attention from the women, inl- ine ibat Ibe city are Hill addicted in theicdraM and habit Tuts li out ftct liil n ilu. Its ccamrj .i, M VS HUD. ptrfrttlo POL1IIC8. The Foil e teciotlT paaict Mr. Pat SHxti'iion, be- ana Timed Fort Wmni naimnncB ol the Al'lct eminpll iU Blffot to Mr. Fiom- g'l cundiitBCj, and it bai a. right in in- It that bis bo C- The Seciinel, io which Mr. Plemine lankly etockholder, n- ibli'bet the New.' articleaod com an, D it ran .trident It ntdo him in d tin do al ilbe Erie Onml, and at the at conceined, Nit weak wf.ri. iny mwn.blo gr to uttUte the defun ncc'ion. Savints .hake taea itiiooiU at that. Three MTrnl tits ie of ihe old Wibiri sod Erie Jadditt bcca gilwoitMl into pasnVodic for eetitj, and oe Ihe effort was a failure. for tee let Hn.wet generally W, ef that aa ikon Hal." BASE ROTES. Tha following is tha opinion ofjudg upon tbe power of nations to charge- intereston and Ib relief upon tbfi maker wbo fuffan from uiurious cbkrgo. Tbo opinion bureceii ed fie cineurronco of Judge Druromond Hud U It ol interett to all banks an< bankers: .he circuit court of tba United Slate Tor Iho diitricl of Indiana. Tba Sminnal Branch BaakofMidiioi Jacob Davliet al. The pliinlifT, on the of Mar, !8G9 for the defecdin', Jaenb Diris. ditcoani d hit noifl Tor (3.000, at foor mnntbi rith two indorien, at the rule of 12 pei entperannnm, inline Dnii iho pt. renewsla of tbU nnti -ich renewal boini; for the full amount i he principal, Dans actually paying ih ntcrol in idvince, lha bick rcaBi.in The indoricrt were aceflm modal ion ic and th-rn B.ro different influ..... 'Tn 1873 Divis paid on the nrinci pal, thot redacing bit loin to wbkh mm four diSerent renewal note. On the Stb of December, 5873, Dati: paid on ono of theie renewals 12 percen alctett, in advance. TLb was ihe lai worinos interest paU. From lhat dal< plainliff renei.ed only legal inlerei it ibe rate of 19 percent Istof April, !8I5, DKTIS ra- at lalei, and th teaal of one of Ihese ID of the nation.1 bank act. BB 30ib. 1861, raids u folloo 3D. iiH it further e t rterj auociairfr may take, rrceire, ibe rate allowed ly tt. of or territory where ihe biok U loci- cd, aud no more, except that wtere irgnnizcd under Iho rate o limited iball be tllowtd for uiocla- ion. organized In any slate under hit pet. And wheo no rate it fixed br "i law. oftha slita or luniltry, the bank ..iy take, receiTB, charge a etc not eiceeding ceien per centum, uud uch Interest may be taken In advance, reckoning Ihn days for which tie otber nvidencu of dent hu tqrun "And Ibo knowingly labinK.'receiTiug, iljuitaed a forfeiture, of ihn euliie inlerbst nple, bill, or other eiidenco of it, or which las been i to be raid Ibereou. And in cue TSOO or persoui paying ihusame.or iieir legal representwires, may. re- i.er back in aui action of debt e issocialion taking or ructiting ibe .me; prodded, tbat inch Bdion is com gurioui iraosBclion occnred. But' bill of exchange, payable al aoj piece than iho plnca of each pur' it bo considered tiblng or greater rale of interest." If a national bank d if count a note at a .cer lha IPSI Ibe interest, and e borrower plead tha usurr. Ihe bank ill recover ihe 5icn of [be nola lesi iht my- il ._ ._.fstf of lie wi- nd suit be brouoht on (he reueveJ note! defendant may rccoun daohle ihe debt be 'maT rccotcr (roir. iha bank ease ihn pnniihmnnt'of the ik is tba same. In the latter tbe it forlvtli double tbe amount of ihn ntercit paid and yet reo'Ters the amount r paid out, for it mill be remam- D note sued on includes Ihe if iniar.it originally re .erred. t allowed to coup, o mriooi interest paid, the bank .ill loie irtot Ibo principal at well all of the icrett. But fotfciiuie of double tbe en- re iolercit paid is burred after Ibe lapie of paying the uEnrioDB inter added to the principle and ttielndtd in e renewal note., ihe bank, if the u.ury will recorcr Ibe amount it lly paid lo ibe homjirer, that it 10 il will recover the amount of the la.l fiberenaaalieriea .uvd on, leea all in- led in il. forfeiied tho entira lonn or debt, ndrrlhe banking act of February IS, 8E3. TbU, eongreii ihongbi, was loo aad ths act of 1664, witb the ex- iption alrcadT noticed, limits the forfeit In the of Farmers', elc., National ITS: "In Ibe ict of 1664 tbe forfeiture of be debt in omitted, .nd there a .ufasti- tipulated for, if it bid onlr been rs- Ir paid." Tho only forFeitaras viiiled npon na. nail ibey slipalate for or iceite illegal interest, are thoio found in ie bunking acL TbeT are noteuhjecl to oy penallle. or conlaiued in II is a familiar forfeitarn o never labored. All actual In wcw. eflhe -as and, in hot, more thin ear. before this mil wai broi he plaintiff is entitled to n r the amount of the cot. uit witb inieren, lets Iheii teserred on the original discount, hicb is to oo crediud of ibe dat ccn actnallT paid. My broiher Drum- Dr. J. M. (tiu'on ie city, wbicb been pcudine fortwr ore of tbe jodgmtnt of ibe per ioi 1 be facn. whicb baio prc-b.bly goni oil of ihe re. O'Wlion of (hose noi imme' in follows Duriop lit fie iloim. which occornd on the 4th of July, 1873, tea standing on the e bo "held the furl" on Ibat occasion, ibe or auy personal injuries sustained br the Iting pdsuriao. There are alia pcuible niniii iMltered hero and (here about ir street, that nay remain po.sibilitie., may, under ftvonag conditions, become A. JCBT 1 RIAL, Which In Tbut AmuaadH Hud Uio Cones On lait Friday, in tba Polaski circuit f jury trials. Tha case K charge ol malicious Ire.pasi. Judje Nelson prn- ded iu Ibe place of Judge Cba.e. and )cpniy Proiecnlor aaiislant game', sppeaird for ibe slaip. The :nee condacted by Boo. Ed. Calkins, f Rochester and his assistant caunifl condBctioc ibe case the bore IT and clearly, and they retired to tuako a verdict. After lome time .pent in ..jtrnciioos lo them. ihcj retired, nd, ifier tome deliberation, relumed erdict finding ttiat ibe proiccutitig s ibould ba cent lo Ibe pe n i ten liar j and wben lha hilarity subsided o came a nf anxious inqa-rj ni ID ibis cue any how 7" It was, ogetber, thu heaiingl joke on jnrj trials tat bu occurred anynbere lor rcBDj a Barmon Deliiered Jin. 13. j loU? .Uty-7nc oT Elis and indienalion. God gay. fiftr- ial there'is a bell bnrnioff now. I ii> bonie who will ipend eternit; j Ibit loit Nothing but BD OQtrseed, indignant God keeps 'I audience from tlidiug, Hn ono that hit skeleton did notfill inTo the hand.of a more intelligent and apprcciatii lorei lhan the man who first unearthed t. Tradition says tbe east bauk of thi I. Joiunh riier, in clad ing Ihe placi here thelfl ralici were eihnffied, nil, ii Ired dusky8cVH'f i, as was Ibe ccsiom of the If re BID any persons amongst us of an [oarian turn of mind, ihey God to male farther iaceatiga- ia in the neighbatbood of the.e diicor- of Californi jnr ......IT Mid o___________ bell, bni tie went inio ii. He put Hit not into iho hottest hole of its s. It ii cheap to get It cost is much ao a loaf of bread. _ oan has bis cboice of heaven r hell, and refutes ask Ton a. ID be lost. God.knowH 1 uth ai yon .pirit. Married M 86 noil Dying; al Mrs- died at 45 o'clock Ust evening, to her room in be "Railroad Building." it remark ble age of 103 yeara and one day, after eing confined breei____________ D inlU last Weduetdaj. Her 1 re paioloii, and her dealh ca: igc of 20 the wat mirried tn Podcs j wham she bad night children__four and four Her .ccpnd marriage to n wandering miisicinn named 'hen 'lOD yuan old the daiiced all nigbl a- ball in Mot art Ball. KeTCUue Tbe following carefully prepared table f the business done in the beer line, per 1, in Ihe cilr of Fort Wayne dm car end iep: DC camber 10 ofgenetalintereEl: for iDtbcrLnDd. Jan. homo com i era I land office ind thi f the iparlinetit in of ll nppropri- mon of to conlic.de ijainil depredator, on public limbei mill. Repreien Bo fee r and Joce; if oppfMs ibe proptited appro' prhtioo. They claimed lhat man; rectn f tbe forerument in rfcaid to irnber leixnre., etc.. in Ihe golf gtat had been bttt.b, oprrersire ai.d illegal. tt i ha 'ort Wiyne Seminel. Do it ;rotity wrong in ihe financial legislatu I this coootry 7 ________ A Poor Fumtlw, Titan. Tbe pcorelt fimily can ibink of ji now ii tho Vnnderbilt fimity, with tbi Corel nf millions of money, their co uning greed, their (etf-deBl'ed home.ai y protoked from mnakiiiJ. AN ANCIENT STIFF. ng Antiqnirian Dia cover ntheSt-JoaRiTer. fnta tat Dillr at Tamtoj. On Sabbath lait a man whole nam using- down tbo east bank of the Si Joieph Ri.tr, near tha firm known as "Scbmoker and but a ihw ices from the city, whea be noiico butt end of a muiket protruding from ih> loose gronnd at the tide lhn raid lo the riTer. Bo pro ;ded, a la Schliemann and Di Cetnola .covtriei. About three feet from ihe snrfnco ba fonml a complete hnrntn Not being B devotee of icience he tci his discoiery, and proceeded to deeper in. aearcb of .omelhine of moiBmalenal v.lue in bis eye.. K wai rewarded br finding, betides tbe me 1, B knit, a number of alonR (tin id a and shot. Ha' cpiL e musket, knife, etc.; fint Intoning ibe skeleton careletily to ibe ground. Tbi iwer part wsa broken off, and fell inti leces, which droppfd down tha bank inlo he ri.er. Mr. Harry Freeman, of ttie First National Bank tacceeded in gettine A SAILOR'S TARJT. Ikmi a Kana Mem Telte or Philander D. Allhop honored the Sao- nel sanctum wilb a eal! laat evening. hiUndeciaahero. De admila il bioi. if. Be nora a dilapidated th oae empty sliseve. He sayi fan bat e arm at Newport Nuwa on ibe Stb of arch, 18G8. He also that he ii the ly survivor of a crew of 33G, "bo once mned Ihe man af-rear "Cumbvrtand." blander U a poet. Ilo offers a lo can, strange to say, lay nlmolt my tune on 'that instrument ays bu i. over silly yeara of aga, aud ercr drank a tesupocnfol of liquor in bis fa. Not so tba wife af his botom. Upon finl appearaoca in this CUT, lail t alwuya il. Bo >IMet that eoil iipoicd pertoBB sot bold of bcr and in- uced her.'br drink gl.u of beer inlo which ibe; bad, with alice a forel bone hi, io trod need po oct- al she wag Philander and waeon. They started Imcn.Pitli- on tbo flih Ma; uf JinuHtj and "ay itaTbey for Lone Star Stmo. Philander DOB for a long bnt the inhject i 10 he eibtusted ..ow. lit TBOET ivn Ban rrata Birth Prof. Riley, ibe entomologist, hai bi__ .meoierlh. itatB of getling op acts recording the grasshoppers. The taben of Jerusalem artichoki. tid for a time on nnslacked lime. Don. Well. i. the beg farmer of ruudr county, Iowa. Da bas During the late mild nam bcr of farmers in Jersey cooolT, JUiaoiit, oak admntnge of it in plowing the Selui or spring cropi. Tba champion corn t tucket thit timo ii rom Dodge Co.. Hek. two ihouiani hreo hundred buiboti; time, thirly.ibree tyi his name U William Drake. A farmer at Orwell, Vt, tapped thirty lapis ono dar last week, boiled Farmers of Clay county, Minn., along .e lino of Ibo Northern Pacific, celehrat. 1 Chrulmxs by plowing their fieldi, hicb were in excellent condition wking. The peanbet ac-d ia loutbarn 111 ois and Uiuouri are nid, by belt judge ot to hare bean injured in the laast by One Pope county, III., farmer railed nn ne Hero 331 bnihela of potaloe.. and on Wheat nceipu on tho Southern Mir.ne. ota road are icdace-d to almost ootbing which araalmost impiaiible. Boil CtllBIUUClll. if tba moat remarkable instances _____rd of pnreutal dcvoiion ind of access in keeping lecret a familj a flic- who is keeping a drinking laloon in weslorn part of Ibe city. Tuenty- itcrn row. About thai timo a number ________________....._ _reatnre, that of Ida or fin- mrt orinlelleet or initioct." Twenly- mmtto known of its tu- ition by the most constant care. A long ireo feet in length. Il crawls about ngnler. That family, has endured a presence in iheir midst, and OB rioted ears, ii a ilranpe and affecting ir.cidonl f paternal devotion. Wby Sliver S bo aid bo 1. Il will it onto mnwt the deell rica in all forms of property, which tho gonorei establishment of 1 values a joir. hence, with gold thi 1 Thatitwillboaroutnplionof specii iRymenti i'f itcelf, without uiy eitraor- inary valuo bcinc given to eold, ns must txj the CJUB if gold be Ihnonlj legal indor, i rough ihe agency of eilvei wilb Ibe debt obligniiona, public and pri- became tilver wu HI ranch a legal endcr BI gold at tho timo tbo debts were i. Became there can be no room. if tpecio pnymonit apan a gold silic'r coinnce, it will be ible, and .will meet with no objection, pgal popular. 6. It will arrest for all lime, if the til- be coined freely and in large amo .11 demands for an ioctca Silver is nn American and n wctlern iradnct. which congress bet no rig iscriminate against by fo t bidding il .pelling its eTF Jin. 1J. Sflnator ycMeHsyts tghly tomplimenied. The senator is a ol ability and Bol why )r help il myiterioo i we ate lo eo on ioiJf finitely Tef ,-od.t paper, tfce otiliiy of legal lender i.Ter becotnci obicore. Rcraoneu'xttic n of resumption is Ioi motto. InCenoll, did yon fir. form yonr of free thooabt bj read Ton Paine aad other "otki of a lim Il lha: the fucmer. t tackioo comity, la-s, loit a half millto dollan' worth of dariaR pati .on frooi bog cholera, Voltaire, or any other infidel work, nn at many two bnndred awi. J kof mfwc j tkd btcome an I lerely ihoneht for myself, and. Dtid com- Then yon eal! yoanelf an yonT iir. I do not belieta you, then, believe in no Lereafter? oE a. great (hip. I do not know wbat port she left or whither ibo is bound. 1 do VEGETINE. An Excellent Medicine. EpkiscrnLu. O., tm. i-odown with all on board, or tho ma; 10 more strange lhat men sbouli ivo again than that they have liied, bloo AQQlCVLTtlBAL ITEMS. Strawberry ulinia were reported at Waueki, 111, lut week. rilied thii vnr isheia of corn and bogs. There ia almost any amount uf goiern 6 pounds in 1870. The total export for pounds. Tbe Wcslcbcster American Republican iys thai many of ihe Chester county neat of few jeara ago. Huuei ow generally Ibe Be nab- ey will be more Died (ban preicnl. 1 raised bosb-" .j of coin, 500 of potaloei, of oats id wheat, find 25 hogs. The nawspaperi ijcle this S3 tba gieateil borveat br oy ono man BIUCQ tho war. irrcipondetil of the Williametlu Lie in relation to the adaptation to rcbard cultivation, says ha hai hallipbet lands gently rolling are belt eA to IU pUiot.i troqblrf with icrofola n till- will latisatljr VECETINE H. STSVESS, Soston, ;getino is by All Dntggiati. It ii br Ilritish anthoritirs nt one-half their itock of (beep ii ii isily for food, numbering east animals, Averaging 56 iuoi to sLkh imported ani- give pouodi more. In 1543 ihe Spanish nd venturer Coroa> la marched at the head of a wmpanj om Meiieoioa point on tbe northern e firs! authentic Hccflunl of thy stem g of ihe coaniry ha sntd: "Tbo earth ii ft bei'. pr.-tible for all kind of ptodiic- jnl ol Spain; for nl.ile il ii very a try op id black, il well wileted by brooks prinps and Tbo Farmen' Advocate give this ai the ;it wbiwwuh for ponltrj bontet: lolt tr, pail drop a o olt buikd ricf, and mix thornofjhlt pool into a quart pot of cold water ay ten or twatvQ dropiof crado carbolic :id. Mix this into the rest, and swub liic iterior of yoor benhouie with it. F r 1J tow. be II known tbit board el imlHliatn of the [Qoay af Alkn Tuaday, the I2tk day ef March, t18TI, oss dalf on lh. llth dij ot NOTICE. 'ulcali bartbf ilvao tbit it tha Deorabu. itj of jUlin.iUU ol plliUOB wu re aatlca li twoby toioidChinn- rrlngUin tbit nntan ..tM.nn.nl, l i im. dl or the dtr of held on tbe JStli ud unfiimca ililv tcalt, u'lbo Lmoont dua rrom Ounnwj L. Buninjlon, Iho And the common conn- eU held aa tbe 6ih dir of JtDo.rr.lSTS. iltha affidavit of Bkiiuoe. ihe siU And whtnu. aid U aii ateOag but tTenljiUj-iirtsr (bit pubftcwJoD, I %ll ol riumbfr Bli (SJ in idditlon 'lo Ihe ttrj of Kan W.jat.. or WLauch cf lot u rau to DCHUlrT HKBDICim with Inttietl JQITCH NOTICE. Valka li hmbt il.tn K tot 11 initii. Ulf.tbilaBDf HniMinlaicomaliilaatnaf eclatjul aricdlui, i palitlnwci pnouiMtr 1J. wijeimi tneudaid li aa In isdliai'i oOea DODBIJ.H fjlbii.U-wlt: CammtDClir it i pain t cljht bnnditd [Kej pilndfil ncrlj'iin; Ittfin eululjr tu a euliut KIMS! ttniia- i 1 nfg uo ID tb pirtldi clilH mmpcnulian lot lind nr "-----------iction of nhl work in >iuimcBdDe c! Jblf I SOl ra p ler oriecUon (ud im (rtcb aid dni wjjl r praptr ta ol publlabeaeat Miud Boittoarf in na baud twini ntlincd IhU ;in all mpecOf omplial wllh ISiS.mliUBliir. ict lo enable of wlilon "SJdlUaTiEil hi" fl'rf ad ull alia, and ipjwrtioBoi theigrk McorJioj rteLeppir IHp icfoic bfl it kna-n Uic baud ol the and upon, on JHtloy, tht 12li doy 1878, tomptmntion fD nhl lo inpltallaa to vittlnc la tbeoibnoT Oie Aajllor m i cenntr an ac btfoiu toe dftj M np.rj. 'HIB umntr- BljiWne, eoBtnetor, tor indlsg modWiak- DB Iho iWenlti on Ibe moth ilda of llonce tity ciril racInMT br iba dlrtcllga of Bid coti- mon caniKli, go tbtiM of tfetobir, for ichln Allmi caeDut. Indian nd UmfuUoB IB uU UUon, which li aa fil. In ihe indltort >K ndi toalncur, to utltliclkin ol coonctl Ibe uld work done icnri- "Ws IcsttJ iu ilrtua. pcnonillj, new thai for Biliouincn ud Ihrob. MoitbBujicbe.lttithohal thf werU LIrci but n ire ua raoie ihin ietupomtT teilor.bui ihoneeo- ilor not otil j TtLK- a Thmfcre notlci I; btrcbj gl.oo to uU3 Qi Jin.KLlSiS. itrof ixlliTomn. Tie-en, "ho piocwltdw tin GM la liw, ud" -oik n b. of pu (B lalkiwlngntnct DacripHm. S. T. Jt J JI H Conntr s ind T SI at nth day of Jforci, 18TG, csrkitd will lixder btnbr In In ind tbi !a cmoiT oo or (uroreiic irtfct U.b C. BXGELQTT j. J. "TBE GOSPEL AWAKENING, li. Mw lh PPOISTMEST OF ADMIHI5TBA- MOODY, SANKET, BLISS,
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