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   Advance (Newspaper) - December 12, 1874, Tipton, Indiana                                THE ADVANCE overy 8fttnnJftj Xorgtnj TVRPsrr A xjcv nUei door from the TZHM3 ono yemr nlhi IrfVAHIABLT IS A THE SATURDAYDECEMBER 4 i ADVERTISING BATES I Iw Iw HP 1 r o if Col 3 ui ICol too OoisflOO to oo The above prlera are placrddovo In the low eash and win nullte deviated ircm tin IQcenta per Official Circuit BoWt corrr omciu Robert William Cominlaaione Wmrd 4d Ward BttiWanl JltJiWariJ R John V Trcunrer M E Clerk ocporwlijo Tipton SABBATH filUVICKS reachtns it 104 and MUh beliool H 3H Praytr rat IN 8CHELU Phyiticmn and Sur Odea at Prn to Calla mended to PbTBicina and Sqr l V ani tcil front of Pbvuician and Offlce Opoilte si elan Indiana OSlct and EMI iVde JOHN at Li Attorney at Oftlcu Norlhwcit corner Phvsirisoand tfur Office One door PAHKEK and ConnfloT Otfite Onuolu the J A aod IlarnrM and lar J OHN and rnnnarfor at I and Sur Wllirall C TV Pro Ornamental GUAINKIfand GLACIER BBOOKBASE XATEE7I tBEOOrBAai ManotKtararaor WAGONS Job work and all klndi of aloelcs and tronlnc done to door aonlh ofYounsa DEPOT Clfiara and ALSO ICB CKEAM and GALT Two million cly White or Burr Oak Lumber for Otr Terms NDIANA OAK COMY Cambridfj TALMAGES Tbe Bot BeTlcloaUi A CHOICE or TWO Beautiful Aa Pnfolta of TnlTa I br UamiackaLMck tHIWH ra uvUrd fax tttlr Uad Frlu Xo Xi a if Vllkiiu W f ACE NTS I LlWrrJ eMMtMtoMud Urri w4 drcaiaa fotul Card t Price For tough White and Blue Ash Butts we will PAT THE FOLLOWING 6 2 do do do do do do do do 9 10 II 12 13 15 16 25 30 35 40 60 60 70 80 HOST BE STRAIGHT ind CLEAK OF Timber larger Ibin euiuble for FOKK nod HOE HANDLES I will pay foml raU of per ItiOO El CAEDSOM 4 BlCHiRD s W S Richardson Gos White Crane Grocery COBNEaEAST 4 JEFFERSON P t fall ccmplole stock ol Family Grocerias on ind told low Cash or ffbit Democrats May The subjoined letter puU iU qoeatlont with fo mach pertmoDcy thai Ultt pleasure fa replying to them Snu Will you oblige a dailj reader of year excellent journil bj ibt fa toff qaentiom Supposing Iba Dtmacratie to be fuHy In the majority in the whit would in keeping with its ha policy Inaugurated and carried out Had the Dem cents foil would not real e o in city be roa Eirnin will find H to their intereil lo top it tlu WHITE ORANb fo Jilposio of ihtir PRODUCE 3f EICHARDSONA txijtaf I 4 Larg QEUS For 50Cts 8 Large GEMS For 75 Cts tcnilly IIJT la extent of fin flom the eatiblitbrnent of free trade necesfixrlly abolish custom Wbat would the special gain to be country by a return to specie not Concreaa make the cor rency now in equal and Ttr Tho pirtjr would be on coming into control of Con gress and the to discourage and repress all to expose and slop to Goreramcnt to turn Ihe tendency to to bold public to a etrict and p applj the rules of tUe Constitution with jealoos The objectionable legislation of the such aa the Enforce ment tending to the managers The Difference Jn li Aa EnglUhau first the srrang eFTiatiing he stock yard cof nlable difftreoeo between cost o liitog in America and the prices of tb flrst necessities of An STerage bea of cattle can baaghthere for S25 wbilcit would cost as much as u in the old A hog can b bought for or or retail fo about 8 and 9 cents a onethin of the English The same is tru of bread and Yet living ben costi threo or times as much as ii There must be aome thing utterly wrong in the Tory basis o tbelocUl and economical orgaairaltoa o MlaUtcii Tba in a ht expresses the that ih public can be better reached through tb columns of a newspaper of a fair ctrcu than throojh all the other me costlj posters giveaways and jitncracks put together Tbe old weekly newspaper fa after a the only judicious medium fo adrmligeous A thousam doorssreopened to welcome it a thous of the party in power control over mcSKengers are weekly seeking the elections in alt parts of the and lo recetTe it a tbousand fara to keep that party in would havaj iliea for ita conjing and ten thous to be repealed but the amendments to I ft jt adrer the Constitution guaranteeing the right of suffrage alike to all irrespec tive of or previous condi tion of would be respected and maintained The price of real estate in this city tisementaand There is much truth in Th of dolars wasted annually up on expensive circulars am other questonabto tnelnodii of advertis tvbich in coin piny with Patent Of Shall We have a New State Honsc Irom the IndlacipoIU I baa been falling for some time past from1 fice 8nd their way to the Jank a variety of The most powerful would addvery msttrial aid lo of these is the universal inflation of priward the support of ruinbera of deserv resulting from paper money and wild jng somo This inflation has carried thing in the way of proOt to the nominal value of real estate here far beyond Us real A collapse bas been taking place in pricoof all other and the price of real estate final ly has lo fill like everything Tne State papers are beginning to op is the great reason why such properly is pose be appropriation of any for worth less now than it was two or three the purpose of building a new Siar years We are coming down to bard They say let ua get out of deb and this process must continue If the Legislature Bies the tix der Democratic majority just surety at five cenU on I be hundred it as under a Republican But to will take keen financiering to get out o suppose that it would be much and a beginning can nevet be miUe or to at prices would fall any present building is old and rckely the Democracy In is a mis tho Govenor threatened to resign if he had to keep hts office and it is oc The establishment of free trade cupied only by the Board of would of course entail the abolition of the the and the Lcp custora The nature of free trade i when in Something is to remove alt restrictions or hindrances ahould done this toward pro upon the impertatlon of foreign Tlding a new U would be ad if it were fully therewould j to levy a specific tax be no occasion for custom houses at all anj tnua iccumulate a fund which wil but nobody proposes anything of the wtlUin a couple or three We have an immense public But to let tbe matter pan ovc and must raise the means of paying Or two years more will be very poor interest and laying by something for the for it costs a considerable sum BnsI extinction of Ihe To ibis tj keep the old shell in If tbe end there must be custom duties and 3tale na build a State House as economl custom lo collect tnj bonently Marion county has frea men now win Ernot to aboli ft Court it will not taVe oter ish either tbe one or tho but to so ihouunil dollars to giie arrsnge Iho dalles thtt thej will be leru a building eqtul to in the countrj ied solely for thepurposeof railing p0ini of ulilitj ind ornimenl nue without sny sttempt lo secure wbst ODO Kgl for genera is callw incidenlal ia to j The cost of erection disliibulcd a favoring of American manufactures by making tbe duties bear especially up on competing foreign But even on tb js tbe Democrats are not Some tbink one way and some the other and it does not seem probable tbat they rill make any considerable Tne gjin to tbo country of a return to specie would be that busi ness iMnsactlona would put upon a solid basis of truth and nd tbe over four or Bve would not be fel Iniwiul Ue didnt look Irke s He in a George Washington and bta enunciation was honest and decidedly He sat roasting his alternate sides in front of a redhot saloon among a party of bummers who trying to otillie each Oorerninent would ihsn pay iti honest jnt lightning1 reckon debts losteadof promising to pay them Done Q lazzaroni was ever You ind tben breaking promise insteid of Jou keeping it ind ill priiate corporations prairie in snd iodifidiull would hire to follow one day lait ind here came up the awfulest thunderstoroi I Congrssj could cerUiolj make in whole courae o my currency now In nu equal to gold snd jt Imnnj Enj and the thunder silTer bj proridiog for its redemption darled ill jold and nilyer at the pltajureof tbe Now It is not redeemed jn any Every greenback ts a flaunting and to U every national bank t 01 hare York ilaoy ODanswarabU MO giveo ia favor of bol fltroDgir tbu from bare iih A family ia Florida lost tbeir and advertised for bim to daily Thai very afierooon ah crawled oat of the swamp an J died on tbi front oier lhalkj like Serr I go I behind a hajetact that sort f leaned OTer to tho an tlie first Ihing 1 bnowed the lightnin struck tbat and sel U a Then I moTed to a walnut tree that stood an a donblajoinled bolt ripped tint Into 1 moved to another an the lightnin f truck Then I begap to think it ment aa so I jilt walked humpod tnjielf an1 look three or four of tbe d cbpi I erer It shuk me up rjjhl peart but beyond Ibe coat on coy an ipliltin one of my boots from wu found M handful of to t08i t didnt do me any But findold Jim pair of obtck fMQUaDd ii paper The tdvif AiKQmQttl bummers looked carl neoldid onsly into each Gibers for a mo and one by The Arctic lo From tbe London SatortliT No experiencsof the long days of tb north of Scotland or even at Tfarondhjei giTes an adequate forecast of th Arctic Near tho Arcttecircle yo for about a fortnight at tiidsumme see the sun descend below ihe honzott ten minutes lo leaving a subdue as tf he were behind a an rise again at ten minutes paat at near tbe same which of courne ia nortl ith enhanced splendor For the few minutea of the sons absences mghtchi la which is dispelled direct by his rising bat so far we bav not yet reached tbe Arctic Tb next If you have been vojigingo yon most be a degree or AC inside the If tbe weather IB On and tho northern from big you may carefully watch the golde orb not generilly 63 red as with us de scend the wben about thre times his own diameter Irom the borizo after a few minutes apparent stand still to rise moving toward th Tbe heat and brilliancy of tbe su this night are such that parasols ar generally till tbe interest of the few minutes of crisis causes them to be dis and that if there be not oo muc holes may bcr made in woolei pipes by ordinar burning glasses the sun may be gaze though with some pain by the nake Tne further north you tbe high er ts the suns lowest till at Trom so G9J 4G The smount of light o course diminishes during the after half past ten remains the am appears toward midnigbt rather to En It has greater softness than tb and sheds a peculiar warm gow over tbn sea and which mus IB seen o be After mid night it is interesting to watch thn even p light change its character about bal past twelve or rather Inter it assumes a biter more like what we know early morning ligbtin hour after sunrise The birda fly tbe fishes am animated nature seems to know as littli of night as On for at peo lo ate out walking or standing at then muse enjoying ihe nfght as we do the Perhaps they retire to sleep at one or two but sleep seems scarcely eccB3ity to and they are upigain It be recorded also hat a at Trom so took suc cessful portraits of a large group of steam mat passengers exactly at midnight o une It need batdly be men lionet hat neither within the Arctic circle nor considerably south of it were any stars e at nor until the em of and tbe moon but anc as pile as at noon in Oi course this description ia true only cloudless nights there are dull nights as there are dull days with UR and many a may ateam from Lhrondhjem to tbe North Cape witboui ever seeing ihe sun at cr be ng able to read the smallest print all night through his aa tbo pres ent writer could do shortly after leaving Tho temperature ia very different from what Is oTten It varies to sn extraordinary degree with the clearness of Ihe day aod with the direction of the A north or northeast with brings severe cold jot if it be not very strong he sun shining freo from clouds coun eracted it so far as to make every sunny t very Especially at night anc n tbe early morning is this because then we expect cold anc A south or west wind is of Course and would cause great beat but bat it brings clouds aiid on tbe Btmilarly circumstanced west oast of On the land the beat s fell In tbe Artie region far more than n the Tbe soil undergoes no cool ng process in tbe and is therefore nrefrcubed by any Tbe bills af ord frequent shelter iVom the and xpose many a spot on which the sun pours Us full while on board ship he wind is always On this ac ount many of the valleys In the north isve an Intolerable and worse than trop at and large tracts are said to be bsotutely uninhabitable from trip mos against which no is und to be of tbe slightest for the Legislative Pram tbe Llgoner New additions are almost daily made to the list br for tho variouc positions which are to be filled by the incoming We append the njmes of those who have been publicly mentioned op to ibis lime For Secretary of the If of a horny fisted Grange who expects to be lo consolidate the Democratic and Inde pendent Smatorial rote in his an exSenator fronrllarriion is an applicant for the same For Assistant Secretary OIney of For Door Keeper of the ram of For Miggie Fitzgib Miss Laura Mrs Sarah George Tebbs and James tbe former CUrk of the proprietor of the Clay county Herald a talented young lawyer of North Yernon Sstnuel of Clerk of I lie House in 1871 of Harrison and Thomas of the Auburn Door Keeper of the of Jennings county Duncan of Johnson Mar tin Marion Thomas editor Yerntn Director of the Southern John of Madison of Dearborn Frank of and of Directors of tbe Northern of Gottlieb of and James of who were elected in are all understood o be candidates for Besides heso the following gentlemen are candidates George a lawyer of Grant of Warsaw Johh and H of he Laporte exSenator AddU son of Kotomo and Fleming a political dead beat of Willis Webb and John Catdwell are candidates for Directors of the Insane Cormeclicut produced sometblng new in the divorce as will be seen y the following which appears in the Now Haveo Couiier and Journal At New October George Caldwell and tho latter name changed lo her maiden Henrietta JttUOBASDOM OP PiaTSERSHIP BtTWEIN TUE Finn Caldwell 4 Term of mutual agree fable for debts of firm firm not liable for debts of part services valuid Hours of hoars per Profits and by Withdrawal any partner desires and satisfies out of debt is a business part not Signa GcoEGE All who are indebted tq ma for work In the Recorders office will please tf Wines bas sold bis grocery eslab He talks of farming next sum ter fn Shelby William lloiinjo haling located in pton for the purpose of carrying on i of desires lo ntion of the citizens of on and vicinity to this act and solicit leir He is prepared to for of any site or style that may e on tho most reasonable tevms is plsre of business Is on east Jefferson in the furniture loom with fiat field of J 50 aorea re tbe laic it and sneaked earing trolhful I agrjcuJtarJ tDUrpflae ii James master of tbo utuatioor Hamilton baa removed into is new adjoining OD The Elder nas sgsin reminded ofsn lasua winter by Ihe pf a light snow last Monday morn E A young man at WindTsll sought to Tengo bimbelf upon a young lad by writing an obscene The offense s too mean lo be met by newspaper re We cant do the suljeit Among of the Eng sh army thete are who c ol read nor A woman is said lo brat lin niat in Unireraitr of about The four leading slates in are and buying anil orgsDiialiom   

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