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Advance (Newspaper) - December 26, 1874, Tipton, Indiana THE ADVANCE jetr Official Clronlt comrrr orricxxs 1U Wird Jobn V TreMarar X tt Cltrk Morgan i Tlpton tli Fnjer TharwUr SCHELU Physician ind Euf OOee at Bek dl Drug attended lo Pbriician tnd Eur md ml und Offlce OpjKiile the PI Ph ud OBcc anfl resilience Eait cl TOWN J N Phmicientnd tiur OQcc ind DECEMBER 46 C C RICHARDSON S SONS Price FORK HANDLE I For t6iigh White 1 and Blue Ash Butts we will AT THE FOLLOWING TRICE Keep a Stiff upper KM temetUitf ftme Mr brare It piood To keep Tlui Wlun yon ewnot OiTfl Tbrt bMr itlll kwpiDj jou cannot TBtaextbearthktf lo la to Uamhow IT nbtB for lUoi Toan FOB Keep Bpper Let roar ud year conscience Be hoacit Scom tatooetf ar to ihfak of ta Bat bold oa to ttw riefat wtth ThroojlilUaJolW StrofsU bnrelj and iund Br yonr BJ Only yield wbtft joi Never ep tha Bet ftghl the lut With iitlffopptr Extract from a Speech Delivered at th Chnrcb by Km tt the BeguUr da do da da da ilu do do 8 S 10 II n 13 14 15 16 IS 30 35 45 SO 60 70 80 CHAS Sign URA11BK ud KATAIWI 4UOOZUXZ WAGONS ft Job work md kinds of UaolDgdoio to Onedeortonlk ef TCtmfi plsnJU DEPOT GALT date y tw Million feat But clat White or Burr Oik tan or Car NDIANA CAB COM i Ind fALMACES THE CHRISTIAN AT The Beet TWO Beautiful i tni tf at WltlMI liter It MUST BE STRAIGHT tnj CLEAR OK Timber the euiiable for FORK nd UOE HANDLES re will piy for at the rttt of per 1000 RICA BOSON 4 W S Richardson Gos White Crane COKNIR EAST t JKFFKE8OH S t fall tad comoloU Heck o Groceries llways on tnd told very low Cash or trmeri will fiid il W thtit taterett to Mop it tit WHITE CRAJMfc to rt OitpotM of tbcir PRODUCE SL RICHARDSON 4 For SOCtfl Co A me T feel much ember rasaed In tppeiring before for two 01 three This U th bacJiDyed Id of temperance and although facts may be brought ou tnd argumentation yet It is a tale so often that tbe theme appears Since I have cone ban I bave forgotten how to and having to fqUotr the efoquen who bai just taken bis X would not at tempts speech were I relieved from tht duty laid on me by thia and conscientious convictions of duty on this great The gentleman who preceded me indN catedour duly as temperance Th duty and right of petition with htm fully and I to address yon a ithnrt lima on one or two There is much among the peopte ae 40 tbe matter of license ai compared wllh Ue Barter Sunn cannul tee ttie difference as to of under license w bave so long experimented and ilia under the as autborixrc by Baxter During my term in the wo years I ell It my duty to read up the history of this for ibis purpose 1 consulted English legislation and I found the English pi rl lament tp pointed t committee in whose bu siness was to find out what couM be learned of this fubUe foe of the Engliab I makea abort extract from that Consequcncei to iudi such as of decrlpil oH loss ol delirom and they wind up on this thus extfndon of all moral am religious principle disregard of truth indifference lo education violation of chaility and Insensibility to Consequences Ip Kalionsl wel Among other evils to the ibis ii mentioned uThe loss of productive labor In every department of occupation to the extent of tt letst one day In six throughout Vhe ai lesUBed by witnesses enpged In varicot manufactur ing occupations by which the wealth el tbe country Is retarded or Suppressed to the extent of one million out of six they sty It caused the retardation of all inventive or civil or moral or e men pecuniary lots la the cation from tbii principal nay fairly estimated at little short ol fifty million pounds annually A simi lar statement I found existed in The foreman of the Grand jury declared that through the Influence of the muni ciptUty licensing saloons In Perth coon tbtttvtrr case thtt came before them it tbtt hu been caused by ex use of They declare thtt were there fewer places to tell there would beTewercaaes of AcAgain I searched ectlsttstlcil J writ to Qweedtn tnd f frond In Scotland the Presbyterian Cbarch inlMO thcongh Its report to tbe General Atsembv In voN ume of two hundred pages coouUnlcj e tocifl tad foui hundred tnd seventy eigfct taraltbed by the I found the following facts The tUeoee ef public boosts in t dl U by tn tlmott total Itt i or other bcttltfoi Cor t fottovtd by a IncrMio o Thtt the Bapprenion or da eretMOf pobDo dram follovftd bj a oomcpondiDf Improremco la the tad monU of the popuU tloru from so and from oar we coa q that the license theory U ft mockery and m great and beoca aecea of lightning ap oar legislation ind auklagan advance movement OB thi Tbii a greet Thi long Mt mentioned ED history was twen tyseven Our motto ii ancondv tonal whether Providence pertoiU to fight twentyperm years or h arid red I shown the traffic in indent In our Stale ii a poiitiva financial and hence the need of positive What are tbe taeta In the case Let ni look at aome figures in reference lo be of intoii eating drinka hi this lonlay There are in the United Sutes producer we have in tbeaame Thew tiooprodacere iay be it Police anQ be itcgiired as follows knafacTuren of baa about producers about no or per in the liquor interest in some form or In othei liquor force not used in production of art idea which are ntceuary for Jbe common but u a loss of 15 per on that and hence increates tbo cost lo be people of per on the nocea irj articles of let us trace Ihe path little utthcr and sec what wa make n ibis field of The Secretary of of New repori be came pAUptrs by use of intoxicating and that tbo cost to tbe State reven eights of which ronld be direct tax Qpon be indvsfry of the that A aitrdtir report from the aUUxtica ol ladpentun In ahows tbe tmount pad for ram pauperism was I aimUar0 re mits would appear from our own pauper if thejr wouU manfullf ao cm w the liquor traffic U charg ed with nearly all tbty crimei atabbingkanddisturbanceagtn A recent AttorneyGeneral of said It costs o to 17 Stale prison itls committed one hundred and eighty rersons to and the bare cost of IbeEr trials wonld be our Ofihi of which would ao tbat Uassacbuietts paid for crimei and iilperisn while she paid for all educational only a little up ward of Chicago licanacd tweotyfira hundred I ram shops and receired while tbe coat for criminal arrests was New in paid for police brce and arrests and and her ten thousand dram shops caused ninetenths of under tbe system which legalized and wanton waste f and Ibis accumulated degreda Is Ihe etTect of dram The rtat moring wheel in the nd neeoasary for Its full it DTolrei eoorts and and people to pay the It OMU the annaally to this I ask if thills ot tbe financial quMtion of the age at this subject In a Ia tbeBeportof tht r of Bereoae of we grow prod acts of the ation patdowaal By ompwlng with the mm billoflht y of we find the am bin Is 86 nn Add his Tstt amount to tbe products of tbe il wonld utt 38 per aod would the coat of articles occssary to tbe eonsamer 83 per crat Ltti frott calculate I it wrltian door of nery teboo collrge and MsvEqary tfa State and While this la wt tide by aide with tbe itchooj t legaliied u if for a check toot too rapid tlridet in the oaner of menu and moral Why throw ott at In the dud the great tndbor i our generous impulses tnd high tlonsf Why subject the youth of 4s come In dally contact with tlw degnd ing infiMnceof he rtm traffic with it concomitant tnd pesliferont tnd dtnn ing infloencef Must thl an additional pnt upon on children in of Adamt first ttnf believer the doc trine that God punishes the br thfe ain of 1 do not bellev Ibia doctrine reoom mlt this second and If more deadly of moral degradation tbe effects jif not bounded b Lime bat looks to eternal con I hare spent the best years of life In tbe school boosea of n my powers and the tcbool literature o tbe in trying to disenthral the Ignoi ant mind of and in trying to llf tbb mind up to noble deeds tnd honors biorank in tbe walks of Shell I to day frilter away the actions of my life Shall I contribute any influence to Ibrot tie the noble ambition of the youth 01 my Slate My country would not for jive my God wonld hold ma aceoon and modern advancement jold me recreant to my look attbia question in Ihi light of the advancement of the btgbei social philosophy of tbe which dl els us o petition Propo sitions dictated by calculated to impede this demand immedi ate su i I Ulte U tt bat the time has passed by parleying ritb this foe of our spirit of the bonevolenca ol tbe age t clear track for the rnnnUig o our commercial literary Do gentlemen deaire to hinder ibis now thebutbalf of IbrB nineteenth centuryf in the last let me aware enllemenr of this stubborn he people clamirrforiltw such as this purports to This sub t is aboto politics it it tbe life or death matter with tbe Here Bepub Liberals and stnghiouts are alike tending over us with prayen tnd tears n rvjterd to fate of this Ninety nine handredihs of our people are ins for tbe maDtsinsnco df this Lei us be Let asdsre Io do lo cor nearlr TadianlaDs rom his si and and if there Is lot wby we thould sustain tbU Do le Ut as ooatlder Ibis Id a mor potat ftf Vfha M moral atajma eprMd all ortr the tatef our tdaoatloDal U oalenlittcd to build op at and Qur ajlteat is from tbe andant Advance Letter From the Bcbool KdfTiw of tha AdTMice Our school getting along very Hi ion neTer had a teach and peibaps nerer will bare thai ia better liked than Jimmy the present Knlghfbf the We nnmbor 77 and still they and soon be one hundred OrJer and qoletare tbe features ef oar and firm our teacbi reasoning with tbe diwbediant rather than cuing the holds all Is partial and bit best to adrance each and erery Quite a number of big gtrla attead the and we bare good limes playing oopeohagen and other a school you and that theyare smitten with looks of the Udiet is no stretch of imagioaHoD bat within tbe boaadariea of Fair Dutch damsels attend the school and jolly lada from the Den lead off In Haa Ufera goea and he Is and Oaptainln The reck leu fellows are tamed and few ichcols bare a tbo wing TO vombers and deportment of the are more fndaatrions than the jureuUe beros of and lore to attend school to Tbii happy slate of aflalri is all due to the jadiclooi management of a young man lo his long may be We scholars expect bare a good Umo daring the holiday at the close of tbe school goahinjc and tear stained orbs will at teat fore and regard cherished for oor Il will be foodly hoped that hewtt again ap ply for and teach the Dixga school for rainy and then U beoor dillght to again loom up and respotvi to tbe roll A SCHOOL Tbe spoke factory of MeCHntlci tt look fin on Monday alght ud entirely Tht only thing tartd was the fceiltr tnd Tht lots Is tbout luured for A Urge utoont cf ipoksl tail loabtr were ADVSBTIS1H6 BATES I SSqr UCol HCo IS I too Uoo JJDQl 10JO LMJ t4 ono IOJK BOCO The pdert 2avp 6 the ew lOecoU Ua or Baring noticed In the latl of Sawraer the En t letter from YtnBntkJrk of in njrard to sobering of thi peopW of and it tm nytelf one of the corretpondeat alludet I Ihroggh jnr to lefult tome of e ire all twtrt thtt there U t tlttt in world whose irmpitUei nerer extend beyond thelrown threnbold llMytbemtelTea itb the nrreeaarta of know not the suffering of their neigh To daaa of lUtle narrow minded men belong In rpeaking of ihii bountiful sipply of pork and the corrcs paddont to Mate bow muck e corn was raited how many acm ofpotatoee k takea to yield ficient sapply for the In regard io ihe extenaivo three coming m 4o one going statement the writer knew to he utterly alae and bears not the ahadowof a truth and had he intended that letter for pub I dont Leliefe be would bare made such for any sane man who baa been or ia posted in regard to knows such statements are In regard to homeaickneas thatthe riter speaks I would judge the peo ile of Kansas all belong to that I have not Diet with bat very few nen for he last six months but what Were anx ODS to sell I supposa boneslck oei3 was the if the malady bae been oar worthy frieod ffered o sell bis fann far which four yoars ago be held al and wa andersland tbat if he sellsr which we ear is no danger of bis be would add one more to the migrators I for the put lix or tight been buking orer western and wulbflp tm utiifled rom my own obiemtioosandTrom the iplnions of that there are tboos andaof deserve our warmest will be oblige to suffer for the ncneesviec if 1 weald then o people of v iptan Providence haa wilb a bountiful tfenty snfto for aid Teacji TOO from your ering brothers in tbe clove not he hand of charity against end r our reward will be the answering if a 1 SIXCEL Sit sad The twjjaordt sit io often mialtlen for etch Vhen t it for the irtt if it it right to tir beua the oonrt onthtlf of will vote ont wiy tnd tht o r htlf tbe The court netnt ihe or Judges tbe Judge the loart tht jury beat birds is wrong bshstrt lofuttert Set rtqttint n t bnt e tit ia Tbert it t similtr diffi nltj In Ihe use of lie tnd a familial wboH heat ttif tTtry ling tnd til Ity Tht noted wordt ire meant o tod requires IB u tut ben Now I Isy Wt should say tht book LIXI a the Uble lit lilt ibtd Iiet low tit jbody if you noboby jt unUtt he bu tomtthing to Stmael of thi New fork Academy of hit pub thtd t piLiphlot in defehat of tbt Ha olaimt tltat thit tbnstd inaecl it ont of nttarei great est boom tnd mi nt irattt tnd itinttrttttd Hi II it Era convietioa thit ihe oniquito for tbt porpott of driving in from malarial dittricts for I do ot beliart that in attart tnj when chill ind fiver prtvtlt can CTM rom tbit liillt if mtn will Dot after tht warning U giran n hummitg IBIB mmqui irtjtelt hjpodermlotlly litllt liquid iriiob mtwtrt two o render tbt blood thin enough to rtwn up ibroagh itt ud wo in order to inject tbit which ihf of hi is t bttuliful theory tod opent up MW ftld lor oommeil tht riout tonpeaiiliou of Ntr wt do BO believe that stanr ptnontwlll rath itto tht biutBtw of rtedlog mutqullow for medicinal ptr or Ibtt opgrturti man will ud kill
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