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   Advocate (Newspaper) - January 31, 1879, Tipton, Indiana                                TIPTON 1879 NUMBER 20 VOLUME EETIfM THAN bfrller than Umax rank and tales 11 thousand iMkbaddjy body end mind at And pleaaores tluit always A oat tor AnoaiiareiUJoyiiTrilb a genial large enough lo tniom JLli 5 belltr Uian Bt5er tliKE gold if Souh lor bread Ui an liumu rDLrifcd bvthelum or of wiailtu iovjjliving and lony thougbi jviori and enuolilK a poor jnanH For and ill nature s lietvr Tif is tlii Hweet lit STtsonsoIioil their labors close u it poor on uis slumljcr reep to the downy Wilere luxury iti uchlng Mot fae lilt puiaur deems iiie laudtH JletterthaE sold is a thinking futfi in realm pf can find H urbasuresttrpaiiSins Australian nd Uie and soofl or oaeet ioreuno tlie poetli kt of plre fade away oworlds erwa dream will thus at iileasure oettcr tliau liiacgoid a peaceful home may by Jjiaiveuns Uuil never were bought nor better than gold GOING A Story SchoolGirls and Then the Best of Jltry in Utt Blunt was not a pleasant irL There was a frown be the corners of ber tiiin lips tarued instead of wns a diarp ring in her voice aad eke had a fcuhwu of snapping out iiiswtrs at ilia at if tiie words were beans and her raouih a said Charis H will never do to have BaHi in tie Archery A tarb at of ihe Ha ha hal be every mothers daughter she could never afford vo say nothing of a far be it known these young Dianas aiS wort jrreeo iallrplaited with ipt At tbrotttaad to jiuiiriv hate cocked up on drat with jpraye golden BiirbaraUlaav could never afford such Evtsrv one knew that she ilitd depeni for ber books on the school who really could hard Iv te expectedto supply green kilt stud jioldeu So Ear Ifcra black balled by the wiiai the secretleaked out for onesjirite of a girliturned evideace if yon knovr ttmt ioMifi and frankly informed Bar ters til aiwut Barimra fcaid uol a word but the ferjwn njstweeu her grew and ait took to learning her French fefeooaj tetweun 4 and 5 to the oj tie aforesaid at 4 oclockto a lawnparty at justJ across the They were to go in a small governmeii jjTuere was to be by the regimental band and dancing oil the green after the shooting and ru mor stated that the had been seen at a jewelers looking at a gold with a torquoise ar row on the What did fliat mean Here was mystery Here was excitement 3 I wish Mrsr Vennilye bad waited till next complainedgaily Then it would be Have you learned tomorrows lit I answered I can look it over when we home from the I be Heve theresanything very hard about it Barbara Blunt was standing She knew that the lesson was on page She knewthat the terrible grey bonnd example was Should she hold her peace Should she let Charis go unwarned All the more hope of victory if she Barbara1 eyes grew It was a fearful temp tation But Baroara might be cross sher might1 be disagreeable she wok not i out fair said she i she went worked for a fortnight over I example arid never got it done till yester Youd betterbe v Or you get the after answered Its very polite in you to mention Ill look out and not give you a Butshe went to the after Barbara saw her with the other on her way to the j She saw the little gay with flogs and glide down the She could see the party Ipnd on the other the faint sound of distant music came floating to her The moon shone out round and full that night to waken as she crept from her bed and peeped out the to show her thejgirlaonce at 10 oclock and the waggish old orb actually lent a special to glint on a small gold locket with its tiny turquoise which Charis Temple wore at her I wonder if queried I said next to Sally uncon sciously answering Barbs lust nights If example 12 comes to Im But my fuck nevjer deserts I always fall on Alas where was Clariss luck today One by dne the girls were sent to the blflcJrboard and Charis remained on the which was full of pins and andI sitting on as she announced i She grew Her ebon j Example Miss said the teacher and Sally had escaped the I There were only two girls Char her teeth fairly i chattering with dis was Would the next sum will prize it no less more C aris wrung Barbaras are a I You Rut was that BOAMiiro BOB low He Stuffed thejlnqi jaitive Han iurllngton Do you remen ber some weeks was greatly an ioyed by an inquisi ive man downi n and abrupt y closed my letter for purpose bf ituffiug the aforesaid I stuffed of a with ourse carelessn ss of a c reat western m etropolis ive I The man eyed me with shes the Club practice irom 4 to j fall toiler lot She was it her last I cant study And you I caa of vsr wrile out my French iiioifc Tin with t enifL I up for Mud told Templeyou weretft ItaJf cross vou said And not otJ v did ilitpurwielier French idioms from 4 Jj S but she ua her ulcebra lessons S C vj Uie ijjrite was utterly There was a And ic mistress Example Miss I Miss empleyyou mav try the i Try it Clariswould make the ef ort but knew she would Barbara knew it and a triumphant Drill went over The prize was With pparkliug eyes she wiitched harisfruitless endoavors Then she itft oia ifl and in no time Chans iiarb smiifed she saw fihe did anile tverjdsv Archery Club went mer riir wilii btws asvi arrowg nor yet haw Charis voted against score of twenty tiie shatTtget the prize in al no if 1 can help murmured And day by day tiit ehui berodf up to dig out the an jjroblems which seemed to haris by iiinc4ime to She rowed walk five miles without Uaiig eiit Khared the higliest the was a prime favor ilw whliUJl liie and now Club and Cjui TOU mot andetetand how Bftrbara emied ate fice grei hard ais in spice of all her Tjil tioaiuiged to stand even with iu now the term was f nf to close iieyll have to cut fee prize tn laughed Oh nToondesceDdrto go Baibam JBut Onarit bad only been7 in ao was ready 10 beitgnrordi1 pohite with tiit vday Jiart bad aid itioughi no more about it IT Tierergnteredjifef bead tkat Barbara care Terymuehauy Charis uie of tte v wilb the bitter ealt p Hot lest jjUl chance 1 otk if do puge a gje bard question abouta tasa not King ifflyoure sure nSeCharie to work die row in morning and at it And now tliere VM only one mare It VM BarbarVs laet chana to put hecaelf a mark in advance of j ry mem Hie Club were a for they bad been bidden ening interest from Yoi on that I Once Irstflass uifeel said Was Birbara never elected la membe of the J rchery Club ifterttiis I dont know believe she ever Yoi know we decided that the i chpol com mittee could hardly be expect Bd to be generous to theextent j J This only do I Haying done Charis i one good Barbara was ready to do dozen The frown between 1 er eyes g rew ittle at d the dov ds of tnlalice i nd ncharitable icss gradually under Uie unshine of a a rtaiu gra ious teuder which began to flopd Barbaras ieart And was not we will say next best to beiiig a metjiber of Archery Clubr place youi towuj he he matter of of the about forty awak as that he and he presently e such a mustbepret u I had no idea the large city in State must be pret ty well settled i I reck n i i t S me portions of it pretty i i large game in th state Herds of I I killed deer last winter not two miles from Burling ton court house I pacified my conscience for this lie by explaining to that rebellions and vociferous monitor that here was Burlington con rt that it was burned down s iven yean and the county was waiting unti it could buy a second hand court h use tor truthfully say that I kill before replacing it I could that came w thin court to tLe native ex then 1 went years rlington and South Conscience liaised a terrible protest Ill tell And sc the wo Ives only made a raid right into B killed all the chickens 01 at but I hushed it by citing the fell know Sehencks wol f that got one single summer nigh thing on South thai The native looked doubtly intere Any India is he I told as on who talk Sitt ng Bull at the Baptist collegi ai id was e ing to scalp Professor W Is It Worth the JC ney Ex penditures for Worksof Art i tlaelesa Ex travog Waslilngton of ttafJew Ytrk Graphic Last June Congr calie 1 upon the Secretary of the for a tabu lated statement of ail money j spent by the Government since its origin in the District of Ths I statement has been prepared b r of the Warrant end is full of inter esttnff j The total expenditures for what may tie cal permanent im including original expen the cost of and keeping in order the public ti tutions of Washing aro uk follows The Capitol l The Patent Office The Treasury Depaztni ent Streets Avenues 01 WaKhton The State Department to the Dlst Benevolent Instttutlo Penal Waterworks The total repr money the Gove in the District of i furnishing ublic insti 98 21 of lolbla 1 80 02 16 Navy Includlnf W Department of AKricu Smithsonian Post Office War Parks and public grot Si The Executive I Mui sion i The library of a The Botnnlc Works of pal sUttunry Fire bui jolumbit its the amountof ment his invested under the iteins none of under meiit owns all ttie The Govern alleys and public ground in and i i proprietor of about onehalf the acreaje or the In lieu of it annually provides one haif the money required to support District j The moneyexpended for works ol art seems but of it is invested in the Corcoran Art Gallery in a peculiar When the war broke out Corcoran sympathized with the south and wjenjt to The artgallery which liears his name had been but d all the deer miles of our n too case of Meigs loose and in ate up every wore mished and yawning of stale ras educated in jelled for try with a xclaimed the troubled eyes and quiyerin fits her own muttered fair she s She turned resolutely toher work but Charis face hamted her be crayon broke in her nervous fin She bit her Tin frown be weeri her eyes grew deeper and deep Her breath came thick and fast hen with a mighty effort Jarb If ever her camr rom her mouth like beans from i now was the Miss willyou let mi hange sums with Charis Temple want to explain that 12th example ve a new way of doing i A singular request but Barbara always the teachei was not very If Chans is It may be truthfully obsereved thai Sajis was Barbara never iprgpt the look of relief thai came over her And so Barbara Blunt and Charts Temple even on the ranklit t j i Iknew it would be said the Btniuiiig and I have provided wo copies of of Ancient for Miss and I was half afraidjWben heard of your picnic that yon behindhand lodayj and stop A sudden thought flashed into She turned around and facedTier f I I Barbara she said slowly I Botamnly believeyou ithation pu r s face hbrse shoe me native in wild By this time I was pel fecily reckless and told conscience to keep its mouth shut and give me a chs I Yellow medicine lode e is right out on West J Tlie Indians come into the city very freqi tearing through the s reels ou the wiry little i Ever haveany troub e with thein the man aske i I the citizens seldom The cow who come up from Tex is with hate them w aid occasionally drop one of them in the street jnst for revolver proc But no body else interfere in tfeeir I I the mar yon all carry revolve rs strapp 3d around you niit rhowiV out there Oh I liaveto a mi n never Is going to have trouble with somebody and in case of some 1 ttle misunder standing it Couldnt to be f Barbara not flush crept over from cWh to Cbarts her keenly j then Impul i a mighty nice thing tor you It long as I But cant take the quick tears couldnt do ex ampleTzTTSarb knew it tad I took It out of my The price its not i i i Dear nw What ahall we dot cried the puzzled Your marks are and here are two i forthe first time In her Miss Stevens wito moved Open the said jtondwrite as I Gbjirls Tem Have yon written that her sincere Barbara From take the book as a gift The i listlessly out outbyLeffles abqui never left thi Only a few ago I think the man shuddered a fearing hemlghl ask to look at my I remarked that I never carri d my i ojrkers when I came He he snpp wed Fhen he looked out of the long time and said nothing HFinaUy I ask ed him in wl at part 01 Maine he made bis pEe lookedup at me in Me he i L rd I dont live In this rock i atehJ 1in only on here visiting somi j 1 In a feeble voice a fced him where of I wish fOOi H Wedldht uOk togethpr any Shortly after that the reather the car grew very r3r to the smoki ig car to A bereaVA I reoelviiig with due acinowledei lent the eondol that was indeeda it a Mulj raflered added And just think whole box a id she had time to take half of Item before died of hows when he home in 1865 he was not The Government Seized it land used il When Colrcoran come bought and was paid with the stipulation that it Should be a part of the endowment o the The other investment for art have been very T There are many good ones hi the I ossesgfon of the Gov but iii a mostevery case ex travagant pieces 1 ave been anc for other reasons iceileuce of the arti the nude which stands the purchase than the ortii For instiini stature of Washii opposite the east front of Th stature o at the interjection of Rhode I Is land and Massachusetts which the best piece pt its kind in the cost the enormous sum of The equestrj an stature j of Wash which stands at the intersec tion of Pennsylvania avenue and K Twentysecond cost and Clark Mills statue of Jackson which occupies I op the Executive cos The mai hie figure of which stands on a marble shaft in front of the City cost and the more creditable it Si ill be to our civili is not 01 ly in but iu every village on the Pacific coast in which Chinese haveob tained a foothold the Chinamans wife is as much an1 article of merchan dise as la iid whenever John gets hard up or tit ed of his ells her with less c impunction than a white man would fi lei in with a faithful To abolish African slavery of lives and hund reds of millions of treasure were ex protest the Pacific coast against the efldarance of a form of slavery which ttermits every China man to Bell his ife into the baseMl kind of servitude strikes no sympa ning to hope that the wheii niuyj go It wqiUd be a eVi 4b WIJIUU ust retribution upiin the maudlin the eisterii cities to have or of devilwor wifesellh g barbarians settled among The dence money th i The poilrs e is the greatest It has cost more A retiredpBoston fireman calls him self an A lumber dealer could not pjay his board says a i would ypu call short order OitJ A young man wttbj his first goatee i may be said to have a turf time of i There is nogoodreason why it should be but doll babies are always burglars A policemans Can any person improve his condi tion by complaining If whine not i j Put rioi 3our trust in Three aces and j n jack will skin them every clock records time with its but a regiment marks time with its feet i j Times inaudible and noiseless foot shod in u boot made on the last of the He who would rise in the says Josh must pay for the tan Fifth Ne v with its about The m was it was begun in that occupied in rebuilt m repccupied in and its pdrti cos completed as late as The east room was finished only fifty Presidents except lived Every of I out except ihay lived jljias pokeil his horses head into its portal look up at the workmen plastering on the An Irish architect named direct from Dublin Via took the award of fir the and he built and rebuilt and lies buried in the Catholic cemetery and his descendants are respectable lawyers and citizens of the A for a private residence of 170 feet front by i said the we haveut got an isnt it corn bafe ye The waj to make six cents go furth and put it on a for eign I Be find something to if no more than the eating of u twenty cent j It is vulgar to call a man Just speak of him as a paren in ttie front dooif is alone fiftyby forty feet Twenty acres of garden and park immediately i inclose on either each separated by only 450 are buildings which to apieceT in all its ip parrent how new lojwn is still a naked p reaching ofT to the lik e a desert coming to the palace Stair Like in the time of Louii Washingtoii is a government and this White House is hoary only ly The Presidents which isin the sec ond is also is hot a very is on the iwith la eflectof the the cabinet and apartment Tor the White thirty five feet in deptfi thirty feet andwith a high A long table isjin tiie middle of the with leatherseated chairs around it the two windows have long lambre quin curtains of i L dark bluish gray col A large maiof the United States The carpet is ofa i The general m as one enters is that of a library Ujttiinit wretched stature of i which stands down on lie river sur rounded by negrc cost j The ridiculous groups bf Columbus and theJFrontiers mans family on i the east portico of the Capitol former and the latter Tlie historical painting ay Jonathan Trumbull in the Capitol Rotunda cost and Heatys collection of Pres idential portrait9 cost nearly i which was as good as as any Another goo 1 investment was spjmt in fire scoing theCap itol corridors an the committee Bradys collect distinguished me n cost It appears tba the fora jfellow Washington received 394 for his servic while the architect who lesigned the got It cost 8 to remove the seat lesigned the 8 to remove the seat of Government tio Washington in again looked he e VI fr e on a farm just six miles out of was back there I wished he had ookfora fire I bought her a not she ready in u of photographs of planned the City of The Chine se Shav i lone City We are in focta which prove that s aye trad is in full op eration right In our midst Ah Chew is a Chinaman living in Chinatown with his Chinse wife Chew sneeze suggest ng desires to get rid of his wi aster sibly because he cannot affon to have his capital in vested in a and he pro poses to dispose of her inSan Fran ciaco toy if slie h relatives not raise that a npnnt tc save her from worse tlianldaattij Ifsold in San Francisco t Is well known1 what her lot Wui or it is ofaly for the yll pttrnoses tl at Cmniwomen com tale per head v has Icmg been butwe have k couW thei the woman ap mbney so tl iat she i tuuld be bought ra ny one who will ram evi f the i j of tlie ialave trade In Call b i A id yet parions who would mace every iaorlflce vent the 1 of Afttean sCve Hi this b iquitoas ttafflo isoonitanOy andnoattt raptisn It If there Is nolaw L sale of human oemgs ti C sooiwr one Is i aadfr an A murder hasjust clnseil in wh eh has excited a con siderable sensajjii h because of the enor mity of the jcriin e committed A jittle more than two In lontha ago the body of a little abiut eleven years was found hanging in a shed railway station at The Case was a very mysterious and at first t was supposed had but the Unanimous opinion of nedicol experts was that the child had leenj strangled before being and beyond doubt a case of There was no thingabout i the child that could lead to her identifica aad no oii could be found who lad seen her about the town before the crime was i Photographs iut the town before the Photographs of the child were sent to everypolice desdrip the in and desc f her were published in all r4 the a woman named KuchatJ livingn the Canton It was proved that the child was and it was that she liatl killed her wing illegiti she cousjtituted an to ier 11 out further that she was actual y married to her present iusband at thi vary time when all ringing with i tf uaii aptriu Uietical The Chinese liken a drunkards nose to a lighthouse warning us of the little water that passed Put n fulsome compliments on my said old Tom Alvord the other Dont give niei any epi It takes a gdoddeal of grief to kill a woman just after she has got anew1 sealskin The man whose motherinlaws dyf ing words going to Heavv hasjgiven up his pew in A Paducah paper says money is so scarpe in that place that even the change in the weather is bailed with The min who now shakes a gold piece under the public doesnt measurp any more round the chest than the owner of a So gineral said John Quincessj lust I am down ou but apun my Ive allus a blacksmith a boss It is no longer fashionable to have two sofas in the But yon would not offend a pair of lovers if you were to take ajll the furniture out Of the par a big rocking said the Yonkers for coasting with your and ah and Perhaps wero but we suspect and so forth uncovers a multitude of A clereyman asked some children Why do we in the Ixxrds who ark in since God is every where A little drummerboy an Because it is What ia meant by conscience asked an English schoolmaster of his hinward And what do you understand by monitor A replied the intelligent j The voting man who goes on Sunday to help a charming girl to hold down a sofa in her pas best has to bite his lips to keep from pro fanity as he is ushered into a room that hasnt seen1 fire since last win What Twentyfive cents a pound for sausiees I can get down at I Schmidts for twenty I vy didnt yer Schmidd was out of uv I was of em I sell em for twendy cents V A Frenchman on being told that a mit Me no comprend vat you the woman On being ai confessed But her only mo tiVeforher ytfato save the expense of jaain To 1 is she delibegitely child trom she was strangledierwith a shoe and hanged her to abeam in the shear where she was The jury refused to see ahy extenuating circum stances a jn se heartless and monstrous and the i was sentenced to tie of for The agitation for the reenactment of capi tal punishment in Switzerland receives a new impiilst from this horrible forwhich no punishment seems to ex Torture originators of this crude device reliad upon1 the torment of tturst as powerful than mere corporal suf The pc Boner is tor several days confined to il r extremely Salt without rice orta4er When two or becomes and suf iofteer oftored man Approach are confesiion bysub r to the ago young lady had givenhim the frn Hfiiirl Me no comnrend vi call Ze mitten is ze glove mitout ze no geef gie ze mitten but geef me an introduc tiong tojhis It caused by a small Then Anitas yoangett yet unknown to looked Sarmh In the it tho small cnapa nuneT Therefean evfl which I have seen under the and it is very common among women She openeth her mouth I nd her tongue dangleth hinges tier brain worketh but tongue i lapped loosely in her like unto the garments upon a clothes line in i rindy The people of Paradise Valley and Paradisi Mountainj delight in euphonious A new town has been started between Paradise and as they are called re iiRnntr a Eye and Knock em Bung What makes the yonthlOTe Mary Ill tall catch he pat oat the yon IThatytmight A nbl ed NewTEngland when making a New Years asked the IfollowUg riddle When the z irTTi literal i whose waters he not tout On all thirst ter tor which 1 e would sacrifice which he cannot touch ex cept i under theconditions of oonfes over the eow when Uie cow wao TneoloredengiiieeTof a luMwracowon   

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