Saturday, November 21, 1874

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Advance (Newspaper) - November 21, 1874, Tipton, Indiana THE s BATES Iw 1 Ink Cm 1 11 7 PublUhcdaal rjr WeAaeadaj Horning by TVRPSH A Martlmlalaa JeffertQn doorfrom year Olr roontha Pqr S Sqr B 00 fjroi XCH 13 jM HCbt NOYEMBER Bnd wilt not be deriittd from ronaj deration JO per rjbreccaoutha IXVAKliBLY IS Official Price FORK HANDLE For tough White and Blue Ash Butts we will PAT THEFOLLOWING PRICE 6 CMC iocliea B incbei do 9 do do 10 do do 11 do do 12 do do 13 do do 14 dn lo 15 do do 1C do B MUST BE STRAIGHT antl CLEA OF Timber larger than FORK nntl HOE HANDLES wa will pay for at rate of per 1000 Second Tboa Tbo firework and bon joicingaraoTer the eolh of pirtj triumph i it is the old ttory Tonight uid th It U time to Me what ou critic Tictory amounLa to cost to gain and what ua of In the tlrst g lacka much of being the we hare the Na they ha We can defeat any bill or the Radical they c criginatiDg with tl If our newly ele proceeds to extreme meaa ate will refuse to pass the business will be at a odium of an expenflira ne gress will be thrown upon go to the country u circumstance in we confine ouraelr down the most extravag entailed on the people by to thoroughly inreBtigate fraudi that hare become branch of the admlnistrat that unity of feeling whic cussion of the financial live o tariff and currency in our if we secure dom of election and hcalt tion of the CITI law in th develope great water of the South and West a if we give fair room for t ambition of lie young me ocrncy those who by re of the resiasm born ol cooled do Uj great Demosnd what it vre can make eat as it ia It route of the House of ihe ginatiog with a defeat an i Democratic led majority ires the Senr public till and the sioa of us and we nder adverse on the other a to cutting Udicsl rule he thousand art of every and await further disucstiona rclairill develope perfect freer admininttaSouth immunicadon id above at e talint and of the Derar years and most fully ment then we Presinaginc a long one supreme ublic leaders True aro3ul prompted d by a clear t or to rule c approbation and cheap auch a as courts the not Jess nuat be men eilecl within e utterly beto manipulate ier chimerical Toorhees are at the people es and ora tobarring any the eltction mocralic lick1 ced the came lea KingsJey bis prophetic crawl to joar ic Lord A CITIZENS OPrNTOW The Elderi Norember Nate The ADVANCE has denounced that which was wrong and Jauded that which was right tha tchool and people of Tipton bate said 15 I would ay what everybody knows Kate Overman feels himself very badly Every fellow that way when his greed becomes and is shown He fancies that a ntwspaper did it That only assisted His course was such to make our best citizens and the young men of Tipton his All thla was brewtd ftpm hts from bis knowing him can rely upon what he says Who can rely upon him as a friend f He has not been personally but politically I admit be has icen torn He deserved it Tipton county is better for the He didnt get a lick He goes into iba newspaper business or the purpose of revenging himself and that 19 all there is tn But he can good brave A pieper as the ADVASCE is and has He has the advaniaRO of but id i that of newspaper There is not a man in Tipton counly who can better afford o lose money on a realy looks aa if the JE was indefinite y it would be well if we could nse the grade w tbt fono da lion of a gravel Circuit F Duptttjr Scbool Editor The following is tha report and roll of honor of the Tipton for themonth of October Whole number Avenge Average 97 UwiU be seen by the above that the school is semewbat We ought to have more than 296 PeopJa ought to like advantage of this fino weather and send their children to The following pupils nude an average grade of 95 per Erastos 99 Everett ffS Albert 93 Belle Coxf 99 Frankie Nellie 98 Charlie 07 John 9 Josio 96 Lottie 96 Rany 96 Sinrord 96 95 Mary 95 Ella 05 95 John 95 Ida BOOM Slatlie 100 May Blount 300 09 Alzorah 99 Sadie 99 ifary 98 Ettie 98 Georgia OS Oner Eriend 97 Jesse 97 Alnra 07 India 95 Ora i BOOM Nellie Ella Lizzie LUie DtIlJo Era Kittie Carrie Emma Lieu Bunion EHie Gorens Robby Dora BOOM Archey Leslie Sarah Otis BOOM Willie Joll Wiltio Frank Ora Mattio De Ella Rosa Addle Otic Thoi cocarr orriciss Armstrong Ttiaaorcr A Small Becordrr MtCrearj tvroaer JcbnVanDoiklrt I Wricht TOW5SOIP TBUSTTES CIBtre It Richer Llbortr A K Wildcat Ullrahaoi JVeker cnrtlivlllo Jeffcroa Bunch Tctcniurs Fralrlc JW bought tho Times for the purpose of routing out the an institution from he bad come after ajsix months On tha erening of the he told several that there were eight men ia Tipton county on intended to grow The paper reads exactly as Overman might ae expected to By its stupidity be tiopas to make U He always iegini bis speeches by hoisting of his lonesty just as he enters upon his journalistic life by hinting at the purity of his nis roRAS or TIFTOS It would very strange if ho didnt laye a very poor opinion of Tipton But we wish to say what the letter class of our people know and feels to his iharae Tipton has lost nothing in the life of the It Las done a good There sre none with the exception of he Overmans to deny Here is what le said in hi paper of last week A person with the of our county who should happen to read 80 ma of these would imagine that our county is peopled with illiterate thieves and and mould have but little desire to cast thcirjot among When the ADVANCE came to Tiplon it ound a saloonkeeper who was locked upon as a political Thnt fee per had a newspaper and regarded the ADVANCE u a business His newspaper did thecounty The money for that work was paid to Said saloonkeeper bad his lawyer that lawyer controlled tho Sheriff thatlawrer would write the names of gentlemen ic wished nubpcened as and the Sheriff would get them in the That s the class of men that high carnival over the political spoil of Tipton It was a disgrace good citizens felt the shame most The ADVANCE opened a broadside upon this state of affairs and Ihe old craft went It is tho only fair paper we ever lad in Its the only Tipton that ever had weight in Tipton county Its good deeds will not soon e forgotten by the THE COlSTV Overman may get some of tho county but everybody who took part In the campaign knows that he doesnt deserve one and if he had any grit he would not ask When he held that jatronage in the hallow of his hand the writer asked him for a division and his reply no a line will I If 10 can run a paper here without the county as the has he will evince a spirit and energy worthy of Overman himself us established the precedent of giving all the printing to one He shouldnt to use the language of the j YIELDING TO PUBLIC In the same article Overman says A large number of the very best citixensofthe town and county hive come to us and us to placo our pat ier on a higher to place it above letty strifes and to mild up rather than tear to strive o elevate the character people and not to sbroder and disgrace i To use a slang a large Dumber of our citizens hare been codding That kind of A paper could be publish f Hedarbnot fight He cant jet above respectable Living n glass bouso he cant throw be wont pull Nobody ex peeled that he Build log up is He built political combination on dead mens U was a disgrace to this Ho saw that pulled He doesnt like to see things pulled Quite isnt U f In another foreshadowing ila he unconsciously pays high tribute to the He says Of the public acts of public men are public and we without favor or denounce hat which is and laud ihat which Is Ia no narrow sense do we make these 3 very regardless of his religious or political IB antUUd tad anall ie xlra for meritorious acts comroendaioa of this nor shall his religion or politics shield him from just AH of thit jour paper has I read every It bos been ust tha kind of paper the Every regard lean of his olltics has received commendation for ill good bin oorpQaUtioo him from just JlETICES Of THE PEACE Cicero John Lonq Tiptoo J StcClsnnfihan McJnnklfia Wildcat TIlowoll Windfall K Arnett JVSoalm JAMrUe Madison Jaa HarViltl LaataMct Cortlavltln Flh or deserves to loose more lor that TBrTEBB WirJ Ktrolxrlaln Itenjman John V lYraiartr M Cleric Corporation Graded The following is a report of the Sharpsville Graced School for the month ending Days Males 13 Females Tipton SAnnATn sfchvicrs X ITcarhln at 10t Aaiv al inAlinK TliimJijT f and Clfllr at Schclla lo and associates a in accord with public sent hope to carry a Deta dent in 167C and to fully reign of The lerson of ihe hour is that must be men of clem ham that high tone of by a brave and guid which atcka to mainly from a tore of not that brief and begotten of the stump ora patriotism of lie love of public approbation calm eternal verdict of fut Our leaders in tho cou than the Slate and of the highest type of in our and they roust yond tuapicion of seeking politics to purely personal Thexa rtflectiona tre nei nor Butler and alike learning the lesaon ll are wear of brilliant ibic rical salary and implicatwn of brilliancy of an benefit and sound D ct in our own enfo moral of the death of ring TireJro years Cba wrote apolitical song with burden Coirirdi and hypocrltci Aecp to joorrotlas ID tho day Average daily 39 Recitations heard perday4 Whole number IXTEKJfEDUTE Days Males 13 Fejnalea Average dajly 21 Recitations heard per Whole number JENNIE PBIUABT Days Males 15 Females 0 Average daily Recitations heard per CENSE A L BE Diys Total males 41 Total females M Grand total Total recitations beard per Total recitations for Grand average attendance per Respectfully Qtxtlemcn of the Board I take much pleasure tn submitting the above report of yourschooJs for the month just closed as it a steady increasotm ourdaily record from week 16 No iroubJe ol any consequence has a risen and it is but just to say the scbool is in tho utmost onward No damage lo any school furniture or Eave one jroken confessed to have been broken by William Morgan irbo agreed to pay you for tho Your Obt Snttirdnv on or hifore each full Business and Professional and In office and in ffinl of AJ BARKER PliTdicinn the hogs were selling at four and four and a half cents we advised our readers to hold oh to Now thai they have reached six and six and a half we dont know so much about At any rate advise farmers to save tbo very best animals for breeding Physician and elnn and Orarr Ent TOHN Auorney at Lw omcc Northwcit comer the of Tipton undersigned citizens of tho town of Tiplon and resident voters of said town of m6st respectfully notify your honorable body thatwe are opposed to Iba wile of intoxicating liquors ia the and hereby pledge ourselves not to sign or authorize any one to sign our nnnies o the application of any one who may desire a permit from the Board of Commissioners ofTipton County to retail spmtpus liquors to be drank on the premises where sold in our and wo also hereby inform JQU that hereafter any petition presented to you for permits to sell as above referred and bearing Our names or any of will be without our knowledge and R M Rlonat M V B Newcomer W S Winfictci J WWII on John Arch E Mvnall J E Ramsey E A Overman JT J M Clarlc U J Urady J F McCreary iil Hill TCrn K Cltrcasar WPVrInfield Sacincl Smith T J Alexander Thomaa Cope C P Smith A W S j Goar RL Porter J P Ttiomns G W Hoycr EN Wlnea M Collm J V Banta L T Bane h S Graham P Klmlwrliii W II Price Louis KM Taylor Jncobllaekleman Joil Recce LUVHUIer J FAvU Jodlab Martin rrillimaq Kdmond Copo Wealcy Oaics A K Wilson Whcedcia John Northntn JIITyher TJ Henn ns Barscr B F Knotc Luther Wclclioni John Long ItalphShctlon Charles Decautrr M V B VIckcry Sylvester Turpcn T J Smith J W ttay Frank Rlatlne J C L WBYtfnns I CJonca JAdklnion FWaffler S G K O Kvana F 11 nobinaan John B W 8 Rflwler Wm Benjamin Butt Duvlrt tiuorga BMarlindalu M L Bowlia JA Innls B Moore John A Child Henry Fleldlns BcechcriiontKomcry C C Richafdwa A Montgomery J M J K Taylor W C Hater OSHurlaon Wm Bsrlow J U Marlty KlcholM J WLcavcll Ji Phriicianacid Sur Office Or door eoe W S Richardson Gos WMte Crane Grocery CORNER EAST t JEFF3RSON S i full and complete slock of Family Grocerias altrayt on aidaold vary law Cash or Aicorne and at OBce f the TOHN 4 J Saddle and VV T ARMSTRONG Uuiet and rOHN Attorney anrt Ira Fhyntcian and CITY Proprietor Windfall From Groo Your correspondent is ii Correspondents of the AD Everybody saya that is the beat Tipton paper t this Edwards and Uncle were in Tipton Usi Friday making I dont s and but hope It tn Node talks ol mo Be will buy lumber B the way we have a grower Its I Tuesday night said that On next moroin of 28 and that they were and Speedy They claim to have batehi from one We want They are of a p streeked and Jacobs l Ia bidding adieu to my life and expanding towt ecion of that noble old In Tipton I trod upon the i got h and ht sailed upon me b my dilapidated ward Richard himttlf from ay ii the store for the poor for cloth inaod HI if not sphara of Ao thii CIKAS Sign Ornamental r OBAreKIl and GLAZIER health ASCE always be ADVANCE at comes to Cardwcll were xsctly undereans nothing ring lo B U 4BEOOKBAHX Xanalactsreri of WAGONS Job work and all klodn of ibcelnc and IroDloic done lo SHOrOnedoortoalh of Yoanjt pVnlng Kokoiio Democrat is sprightly and no The editors are rouug men of great SwOTcland and Sweet represented Windfall ia he Circuit Court during the wiffl on she had 21 Nat boasted ull feathered rowth d 20 turkeys some of that en liar striked like d the of a of i noble repIeoUhing aad made not taking a ocket Hare taao to fintar willbe nQ HeaTtnlj Joha of las been attending some cases of aickneaa in thii DEPOT llcepa eonatantlj on haod a fnll aapply of Con Clfari and i i ICE CREAM and Charles Philips we received the appointment of secretary to a very imporiantcommitteeaod will upend the winter in The city of magnificent distances has ruined many a clover but we dont apprebtnd that will iticlc to will find it to their interest to at tie WHITE CRANt fort diipOBin of PEODU CE 3ll GALT on good will to has Became the apparent motto of the The litigated cases in Court aro few and ho attorneys aro seriously meditating he cultivation of large truck patches next is reported that Thonips well known In this town and was ound dead on the zidewalk of the canal at Indianapolis a few days We iopo ibo rumor is without homos was one of those easily good leirted whom the rum fleods ire apt lo Two million White or Burr Oalc Loirber for Car HWANA OAH COM1 Y 1 Cambridge

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