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   Advance (Newspaper) - November 28, 1874, Tipton, Indiana                                THE ADVANCE rj Wedaeaday MornUag tbj TUXPXH Jefferaoti door froo the TERMS jear oil month Bbrta montha IS Ofncial TkCBTXIl n JJ Mb John J V M Clerk Jenw Uorpornlon TIpton th ficbwl Itajcr meeting ThatxUy etentna 1TARRI Physician and Sur lb 00 PMnrdar on or before each k Bufiinoss and Professional W Physician and Snr IBM andKll n fruot of and OBce Oppoiltt and NEWCOMERPbyei clan and reilcleiice TOHN J oscc corntr JS mid Sur Offlcc due Joor of A I N OClcc Oplioilte TOHN AHornej J at Trf H Snddln and ARMSTRONGllolel and JL Annrney J c1 and Sur Pro Sign Ornamental IUEII liRAKEH 1 S 1 T WAGONS Job work f aril done SHOP Out door ol Vooaja facing Kctpa on hacJ a foil of Co P and ICE CREAM GALT t to tne milHon set first clas White or Burr Oak Lumber for Car purposes Terms NDIANA CAR COMY Cambridge TAUWIACES THE CHB1STIAN AT Beat RelifiotiB A CHOICS OP TWO Beautiful An of Twolie by each HIIOS or lha fOM tiler Land rrici traa af aaj kind S3pctan AGENTS Liberal and SanpUa ud elfcalan Brail Joaul Card I HOEATIO Box gJOS Mtw York M ILLI N PRILLAMAN U lUta U har Boncrovi Uia aaa mow t Uff a faaej ia i art of C C RICHARDSON J M Price PORK HANDLE TIMBER tough White and Blue Ash Butts we will PAY THE FOLLOWING PRICE THE IND NOVEMBER 6 do do do do do do du do 8 3 10 II 12 IS 14 15 16 25 30 35 40 45 50 60 70 80 IILST BE STRAIGHT CLEAR OK Timber larger IharFthfl an Etlilabld for FORK and HOE 1IANDLE3 re will for rate of per 1000 IUCARDSON i W S Richardson Gos White Crane Grocery C CORNER EAST i JEFFERSON S a full aud complete clock of Family Grocerias OD and sold very low Cash or Eirmtra will 6ud it to thtir interaat to atop at WHITE CRANE fortJiepoaiaot vheir PRODUCE 3tf RICHARDSON A 50Cts t I1KNRY He drifted into the and swam until an evil hour a copy of into his hands which i and he I full measure of pain an western bank of the Mi las returned now to hii the warmth wilb which doubtless bad the effec et for a brief an saddest in his r Ezlitrnre by Such hours ream Wonld be natnu threCBcoi Often no doubt ha h as The day I and the c AP a feather It wafted t From in eagle In his fl upon Tipton when tbo lines from G a truth to him ran u all my Il Btlll bid for prlJo Voon r Icll of all I fell and all And tbo hair which bonn ato the plscc fro laUll badhopci my lo cre to teturu and die at h In Old The Friday craning brought a train from la to There was a magical peculiarity aboul rooJd regard him nse then nd extended for a thla O idtimers for a moment with int bound one hi e and the other upon the is that you Ilia first name was Jo John C For some t lived in John was one of our Aught fictfool here ovo agu and locally had a IcTiled for a clap were n and bialast naa aulcr has return n he first lie twentyfire yean national reputa for jreat learnin atljl he told and it I the wonder prctf To Vhtak one brad tcld nil ho rocery buaincsa be when in tbo tribune fell riscd him to go e experienced his pleasure OD I Vic But he native and he was received to make him for all that was 3 Bit in the twi ye olden datnilh 0 ihla world of a given my share ends OB ixitlearned group to iaw 1 and aiflrit It Ecw atlooi Ono naturally loves tc not only tho faces bt rith which his youth Verseloving John Ad its old age to the book enraptured his chlldhoo oikcs a pilgrimage cv gusta To n county costs EUtr 0 amount of Cu in constant hope of som to go back to Millroj YVtugh can a off in be will b again into Boone would For the same old citizens were glad ie read a hearty wclc jrcasion and tone of voic look acsin upon the landscape as ms returned In and poems thai General Moss ry year to Au is it Randolph erman a large Turpcn lives diiy being otic Dan n in Tipton and To go e the life of our reason all cur see me in their ci Tho Stolen The smirlest act of to steal Vanncsa1 lur present to Th avc hope to tho radical foci Recces life cey intended for t little episode On the receipt of the news Jut go Green sang Lanaganit ball and eiecutcd a Pig wing on the floor of his office Boston Day ordered andther box of old cogniac George BouldoO went A coon and IfcAllis lour at the back door o er stood for ao bis red brick of an inquisi rat They were liferalty Intoxicated and spit amber at the ey rith and there ne nor has been since tbrouc y such a demand for the lut cxhaberenco o ucnt upon blissful antic to drop from feve and by this time they lave come to a orrowfut realization of er was before hout tho coun spirits conse wasdea to he fact that a Mrn blockhead can no more be lively ban t leopard can change his e never permit this pen of ours to e turned to the base ana unhallowed or pose of writing though at times re are strongly tempted to rather gush ver a character that panicntarlr suits Newcomer ia that kind ofa Ha was an industrious an iicellent fti bard ind is now a Urge successful no wears drives ioe bo Hres lo a convenient his wife is a very intelligent and his little of greilbeiu He follows with un common energy and collects in same to the lins and lets the chips fall where they Tbo Times wails for A good bologna club would be of advantage to Tip to a We are lor a bologna club with Hobart In tSe Stivers racently lost tha first joint of the third finger of hU tight hand on account of its being in a Globe job preia used In tho officaj of the Neod eaba Free Kaosar To achingTribute to the From tbo SplcclanJ A corsred usually termed a prairie was scan a few days passing eastward aloog the National Tbe of the cover were figured all over with paintings of large as and were these expressive worda Kaotail I bid you Imty go to bat not back to An Old AD interesting memento of olden time was found by Hugh of Jefferson the other in the shape of cleaoCQt axemarka in a 144 growUis from And fifty growths from tba They indicate the presence of civilized man there about ths year seven years before the Declaration of New la Money Plenty In New York Mercantile It U exceedingly difficult o giva quowiiona of the money market whiah shall truthfully convey its real condi It eeems yet it is that wjiile money is obtaina ble by tbe favored few the vsry few at the rales the mxsaea cannot et money at much less than piwnbro rates of about twentyfive per even when they pledge property of twice ihevalue of the Condition of the wlil be no solid peace at the till the war generation of southern whites i3 in its New Orleans at tests this so do tho Mans treatment of woman marks everywhere the level of Womans mood is the surest test of tho present and prophecy of the near Southern women have never accepted They ostracize all though ihe South depends or reconstruction on Northern uien and While such ostracism only adven turers will go Tho After ncaily two months lof almost continuous clear fall a pro longed Indian we have a refreshing and muchneeded and a change o more seasonable Novem bcr rnin came forlun alely to extinguish Ihe wood Ires or ere ppringing up in various parts of the just Henry Rose is l Hobart ts teaching near Jackson sta The Elder Cibltcal literature because ol its His ex treme sensitiveness is a matter of nation al The quietest man in Tipton county is John We mean by that be attends to his own goes to church and a of Clialoa shipped own Ort of tn basj bat kat Better lack sola in cratic TKloriea M rrnloxioa Trout Demo barf DOoey A lady hy the Gotsel it cow teaching t the Graded ScbooL Sha is a daughttfr of was a practicing physician in Up tin twenty five years Her mothers name before marriage was Scynthia Aon She was an amiable lady and pioneer school The writer bimseU by her aid passed through tho first reader on his way up the hill of Sh will be remembered by at least some of our readersTipton extends to Gosact a hearty The following is an extract from speech deHvcrel by at While we pour out the oil of healing into the wounds of the Slate let us also lift up the banner of tlm North id in the genuine enthusiasm of No guHpccted or bad man should now be in It is the year for the jubilee of pitrrottc why all cnthuaiasms be railed lo arts and to the author and to the poet and the religionisi Is there no genuine lotc for the country IH all patriotism lo be ral liid to a or a jI Is it not sweet in live ami well o steal and or oima counirj I am fur living springing up i and already hid ilono much while the cooler weather is cJso favorable to It may ho accepted now as a fact that winter has set This is jusl what the ADVANCE has bren nrcschinp ati3 will continue to Tlic Democrats did not Frotntlio Loals The triumph which oqr friends celobrals WAS acliievfd br bnlt It may noi be a pleasant lion lo the ironjacketeil partisan to re alize llie victories over which he ia so profoundly and joyfully ajjiialed were gained by men who wholly disre garded liU political ethics at liia il in HepublicAnism ill over ihe North acted indipeudently and bnltej tlieir party and gained a triumph in ihe interest of good To tho inde pendent press the country owes a debt af for the noble ren dered in tbe Independent No party can hope long to be success rul that frowns upon fair anil impartial Tlio Springfield Re one of lie ablest papers in the remarks unon this subject as olldws If the Republican newspapers of the organic persuasion bad talked as frankly about tho sins ofllie party leaders and ltd abuses o theparty adminisUa as they are dome things might have been Tho people of this day and age of the world are wiser than ever and ivith them any kind of political exponent ooses iU influence in the measure of its loss of iff Treasurer of the State G ranee of is a defaulter i the extent of to the He was a large farmer and stock raiser and resides in Audrain but in sn un icky hour took to dabbling in He wan candidate for an important office n theimalgamalfJ ticUc hcalso epecu ated largely in real Efforts were made by the Slate Orange to hush the matter up lest it should injure the growth of the but tbe facts are now pub Several prominent Grangers of the State of Missouri are his bondsmen and erhsps the order will not bo ihe ulti mate The lesson taught is that 3rangers should watch political Gran gers very The organization can do much social and moral means to elevate of but by politi cal combination they merely add to tbe jrfesent amount of Scott Harrol is Uoua iS at Coizels The Once upon a time there lived in Tipton not far from fami ly by the name of The nnsruline was given to Jririk anri while the female was as lively old jezebel as ever infested a human She pised drunkenness likca crusader and always whcni the old man would get rav ing she would tic him Squire Tucker lived and once dur ing a temporary absence a well fatted hog was driven from his Up on his return search was and after a deal of parley and hunting in un common places the pork was found par tially hung in iho Whitecotton kitchen and partly buried in tho Whitecolton Then there wan a rial at Tetersburg before Justice Andrew Evans and the Whitecottons were found This was the rock upon which the Whttecot tons Their land was disposed of far a mere triilc they run off lo La fay were the old died the old wo got married again and the whole thing blew Old A man once lived in Tipton named The old cream weather sunburned and limetanned she bang on Main adjoining Martin dales and we by is the house built by Pal mer and in which he He came originally from Philadelphia and was a halter by It was said that he had Wen a prisoner and left his native wait for the thing to blow in tho He was re garded as a rather mean fillow and final ly drifted into tho liquor then into then moved and then went lo be a brother lo the silent The surviving members of his family were a and a son of about VTife and 6on returned to Tipton and the son sold groceries until he died of con Then the old woman mar ried man named Tctor and enjoyed a honeymoon of some which ter minated in a permanent domestic rupture then fat and moved away and has not been heard of Io all of this thcro i8 nothing at all ind we only wrilo of tt this morning tie csuio we dreamed of it last There arc but few ol our who vffll remember lha ADVERTISING RATES 1 Iw 1 1m fi 3 CO 00 l noi 10 cents per Pay your We sometimes fee like taking a text and preaching If he ecclesi take to doing we shall quit the sanctum and go into tbe If at this time we should take to bang ing the bible and bufiHing our dis ctiursewould be from the following scrip ture Sir not unto thy and come to morrow I will give when thou hast it by From this we take it that debts should be at the money Dont miserly hnlJ on to a dollar that you owewhen it ts convenient tu At Grorca They keep conmaiuly on hand FRESU BREAD EVERY DAT Crulterii and And Bolona Uiate All fold to the people AtGroTca City iloco the panic get They are their Roods Low for the lla the moocj theyre And puod bargaiaa theyll 1 Thata bcslnesall they want Is Dont fail to call at the City Bakery whco you want a can or half dozen cans of is tbe best brand and sold cheap for ICcmarKable Events on tho 22d of each On the 22d of tho game of Chess was On the 22d of George Wash ington WM On Ihe 22i of Tuscany annexed to On the 22i of Tartars conquered On the 22J of Ptnce first On lha 22d of Comstock Gold mine opened On the 22J of Duko of WeMing ton On tho 22il of New Mexico on nexcd lo the United On tie 22d of 6rst of Orangemen On 22d of iIJtct uf Nantea On the 2d ol Scott Richardson was born nothing remar kable has occurred except slight unpleasantness with our erring of tn rlirfct attention from Iho of Scotts groceries and the fine flavor ofhis Scott ffcra that he can tie up mare proceries in given time than any man of his age and weight in Tipton Saloons Irunfccnness and the CriiNado To sea a poor hlioring man in a saloon sqmndering hard earned in drink buying disease and destitu tion for cruelty and dis grace Tor Via our heart Those were eained with days of Properly expended they flood a home with joy that is now perhaps without the necessaries of The worst lo be caid against the liquor triGic ia that the seller has no means of computing llie iniscliief he is likely to Who would accept ihe conscious ness of having ruined and having bowed heads of wives and daughters with sorrow and shame for all the mon ey in the have some times thought that ff temperance people couM learn lo war upon ealoons without waring the men who keep if in practice as in they sought to elevate the drunkard it would be belter for tbe What tn Tipton at this time is being Gone to reclaim the enebtiate or prevent the spread of viciousnesa Plain truth compels us to We have no places of no public no literary What young man or old who baa aHetnpleu1 have temperance reformers taken by the To whom have they spoken words of encouragement or essayed by assiduous icindnosa to lift to a higher plane of ex istence Not Their course has been such as to drive from them the most sensible and practi No friend of the ciuse could lure for moment lo think for bim but they would bring rocks and clubs lo belt Mo lawyer could en thtir employ being distrust browbeaten and losing bis self res pect In other they have been tinctured with But jiolh ilbstanding all this they havo Some good and could not perhaps tiaye done more without being less hu They were the objects frequently of unjust motives were and it per have been impossible for them to have accepted all without a show of res   

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