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   Daviess County Democrat (Newspaper) - April 30, 1870, Washington, Indiana                                THE i COUNT VOL iHDIANAi APRIL 1VOJ21 The Democrat Business y CMSIM int wtr V 1M Drr O BEE niutto UuJrrwll A A K JA coNUAt Ma n nu I i Irr O Mis clMllji AS i Sh KJ THE DAVESS COqij ftn Second Kid PUBLISHED EVEBYr Terms of One payiWe in i f 32 W One vie 00 i For local late Mar ket tee Thfe Dying 1 i AVc are treading swiftly thc old beaten sectional party will Words of TnitL The George a bosom How to The following excellent Kmarks rclai frifnil of Daniel gives the live to the most judicious ofnl following account of the last words that thatgreat man ever uttered on the vertisingare from the Hartford As the business season has and subject of It will be remem the entcrjirising dealers fife cogitating bored that died just before on the best method of securing the at tention and patronage of tae the suggestions will prove usefijl to The secret of advertising is not yet by nil who A cnndulate will not bo You love good deal of mojiey nnd splice is wasted the Mid of the Pierce and Scott cam Calling me to hU ibeilsiJo my Christian he said Tim in clumsy which no body and heavy Htanding placards your and yon think its welfare involved in Whig success This has been but let me warn as no moro vtinmlattj purchasers love jour to give no countej than the names lluch money nanco to a sectional geographical I is also wasted In which are Tlio WhiLs after this election will break j thrown into entries and ilown cellar UJ10I1 of our 3 path of downfall nml The his lory of lie iivorld teailus In its record the death of un i Mim nn I oo ban 1 all icia Is of Dry ulilic forever II aul cnr l l Ui surjfo i M Tuv Torre Haute i railroad vote will be an impor tf close coun 11 M the niouriifid cpitaplj incribod upon them ire every Itepujlie that rjrpreded has that popular government issx fsiil and its biief is iUllcr anarchy or Our fathers tried to render in a phs hourVc tljeir pretopts we deteriorated in political moral aiid disregarded their wise inil KholoUornc nnd we hive begun thlit march whichneveryet Leen iind which loads to inrvj table No people who have preccdisd ut whchate ever permitted their Ihoir liber ties in their government tit be usurpfd or appropriated by oitluuone manpow er or an Vvor iheniselves competent ling to Xcir any anymoje vigilant than it from all our iliiiso wiu before art iiij so far they different to j and jdcpoilcd Thats The Ktubility of the government and the perpetuation of Republican institutions depends upon tatit clfincnt in our next and may bo decisive in some ami Congrivjioniir As a very general tJie men who grade do not swell Kepublican ma Their sympathies are with the tyorkingmen with the interests of labor and not Out Your We would remind our foreign born readers who may desire to become citi I TKlfl wej am our lights ami liberties ilivadcd ami anj wo like or crouch bcOire tli1 arm Ol Soon LVVII the with which niiick llio truth will ixcljatiijctl Cur tiit r one to describeuuVovW fui m ill LVii 1 1 the Allil i liCMIlbjil1 I will ioineirtbereil the if million and a hli has to the loliciilllV be itiiiithor of the United States that they liad bettor take out the papers The Kadical party in lias given the the and they mean to take and Irish are Tho bill t obstruct and prevent the of foreigners being loiilorsolessly If it pas as it dv it will take and always received with con tempt or in fo called advertising wliich nobody There is no medium that comes such close contact with tho people as the newspa per and advertisers only understand their they could jinake their part of the jMiper as interesting ns any other portion of is the real Everybody goes it with all Jlis nnd almost all his The U that the sheets are hs lively us neighborhood gos and often tbt pages duvoted to ac are the best parts of the pa And the papers are road through The ure always shor and one looks at tlionv to eci what th world has in oiler him that and p life is made more trade i and wants aro W look to sen a mori general use of tli advertising columns of newspapers if this country for all the wants and qu ries of THEOTOH THE A CornTEnrs I am ihe inmat of Do Sflf 0 her e moon in pel the neai fst point of its orbit to an much nearer than twenty years pas This gives it the appearance of bein much larger than while it is aotu ally ncarcrto us tlian it willbe aguin i a hiKidrcd iiiilily if the skipping a moans oXercise we di not rop vo and tuo iiundr foreigncito obtain The enfianchit lor V Eook Paris oy Sunlight and Giulight mint of the nt given the KadicaL iui ii t that they need not longer count on uf fnivign born or even inill tinin with that respect that is due tn they MI ihat parly hopes to cany iii the fiilurp by tinniil of mgro nml if tljiy muceed th th of niil Iniay and Let it liil llial i MI is i upoet in tilcls i iei n ov i or a Iaiiv ind it will M born will to in ii ice at the trovort hue lion girls a practice times wilhAif an ilicreas the of juvenile funerals is i CiHiiigt tain thefollowing Coat of IleV tiihn from tho ve qn papers con notice The over Wil tryroom cf Trinitj church on Huiiday con tained an able which the thie is ho has loa d to return to the gxvnor allot d Inor 4 Kil TIME i K 17MK r A 1 Kn l Mnl nil M iilit Oli iler ii lilelit It ijl s ol tlir M by niglitalid tlio pi of ilies in that but city are poiTcct iiiilst iiKiniij are tin in the t 0 i HI fNTV I uf tie n kif the uiih the u and luk on tK orig v tinmi author seen nice of nn crl paintAinly thoo fijih will bo ladly ll Thire of any intirest that MHII one may read thirf book laily y imagine himself J lu It is a i hitnition of tlieiiild i thiin tjm irihnr j has us lo iio iin1 1 uM of one cuu jiiltdlv Ko lieve them the biiR far fivni Mir roiiI Tni mot and funiiuiie nf ilie pioscnt day is niiinnfiic of our own Indiatia iisit and I Inliit it iii their in heir lire lo get il cut of ht and now these tinibeis wurili finiii flu lu jliLla Tho Vuill ianniit a richer suit of fiiniiinie tiiiin is niaiii asli iiiul it nty uoll 1c Ptitl thill tlio folt stS until within the New York The Albany Argus vindicates York fiiin the which cast upon It says that the of th it city is mainly under llio control of men alien to the city and hotile t t ils and ivhp take a in incessantly blaek 1 hat New t received upon docks in the an emigration from Eu rope a as the population of It liivs inoro iJeniians thun any city in except two more irihinen than more Souliorners than oily in lie more Calholics It gives over an Iniidly to the sciiools of intfnur Xeic Its public charities are tlie moit ollective in the to Support its municipal anil State gov its taxes on propertyare less those or An Epitaph iron Ihe loin III chapler uf ry innodiices evoiiil nov cnaricters iinioiiir theni an old inasoi nhi biros boys to stoiiH at him and Mr x jiompoiis of th who pnsosses the ejeat nf being iind anil xvho writesfor his wifes this illtcriptiull OK THIS Wlliisr Kliowldgiol the Thtiiigh Never him acquainted with More caplihlc of lTO IATSE Am thyself WITH ccltiiin Ladies Solving Cir cle tintcpicof minis tors and old Your minis ter preaches ild said oho lady to ho the he IJOLS tho h3 dont His emphatic throughput the 1iiltod but fortyone miles of while fortv veavs in M i r I ri 11 pa ivlio it no iniinstiiig has to iijlinv cijuwcaii it IH a faftllfillpicbore are fortyeight thiituiinil eight timost rifyin tho and The greatest in It ivery during the hist hah of the lakes it ivapput it 4een by the of figures do not as wi TJ Tn I sin e no nnwh down ll ij fine tin lust FiaiKo fiid i iQcIudu the street of which the nre nearly four thousand miles in The is sold The States bordering on r tljc great of whicli Indiana is on A Picj lari is a in proportion to their r evorxv liiot is preach old got old before he preachos thiiil Cliiiiajno man ullowod to wear a heard until ho tho age of sixty and he is forbidden by law to groiv a moustache until he is x Jt impossible tu im agine the ctlecuof such a law in this i Cincininiti jinlge luxs decided that a bloiv fromja to Wife is sullicient groimdfor a How is it when the docs the blowing is ours who wants us to find out for thinks he has got a v Ho my at being addreisijtl by such a I can assure you t am special sOmo of these days when 1 aui youmay encoun ter my veritable self in bosomof your social If curiosity is I will breathe tji you through tho gratingsof my cell mv eventful his It is a strange respected Indeed 1 make bjild to say that a stranger one was never breathed into your I had an only had been brought up in a distant vjllago ia the State Our lather died when my brothfer was leaving my mother very She brought us up I being the was sent jff at an early age to light tho battle of and ivhile helping to do something toward With this noble purpose in my mind I made rapid and finally had the hardihood set to Nexv rightly imagining that there were the greatest prizes for iin ambitious Full of atfection for my I tried 10 niake every thing turn to my own I felt as though every act of iny life had an eilort upon their Thii feel ing so inspired me that selfdenial was not only but Feeling as I that all my savings benefited thorn so how could I do pther xvise than save I XVLS extremely forjunato in XPW My last employers in the try gave me letters to one of the chief inerchants in that He received nn Finding out and saving he speedily promoted Year by year he added to my At after years of I fuund at the age of the confidential clerk ofmy with a large Sonu and the control of mil years before I had conceived brolher a tne nlea ot giving my brother a brother was to me like a son than anything lllis nature was widely different ironimine I was he was gen and full of I was and independent lie wn and I was formed for a of warfare and action be for a life of study and medi lie wiiit to His progresswas e at tin1 hrad in every was capable of displaying she completely Lburf voices ilj the ith all the in My stopped to the door land hur ot genius he surredered him ricd was white as a With him to love e ncrvouslv was to give his his his they want Lord say It was no light or transitory It lies an j wow the most i serious thing j An Well that is ccod As to her h Aever doubted her sincerij I j I must see cried aloud it a getting better and better At last he nroke from his and I exclaimed springing to the i I saw my late He started only He spoke to Jier once about1 his She treated him sure of his aftec tions she to try to torturo him with On his she turned htm away forever xvith a withering He was stunned at but afterwards thought it was a He sought her out again and said has it coriio to implored her to tell hfui This this Confess Til forgive my good can dff any tiling ibryouV My hau my were beyond des time her caliA contempt was takable he savf her as she Had he Had not my heart been beyond tho reach of vity his tones would have possessed my sitrong nature he would I melted I calmly at have surviveu this The woman docs not livS who could kill me by a But my brother was a gentle When his heart he And so ho yielded to this All can be told in a feiv My overwhel this most unlookedfor and gentle in like my sank like hitn under the sudden concluded the thcv both lie buiied beside her hus All the time she spoke I did not ut ter a An she ceased I murmured Thank and staggered In My dear yon are laboring under mo strings 1 i Do I resemble any one whom you kntow f You will not hd ex sternly confronting I leave him to He turned I felt myself seized by with a and carried My employer was no man to bo trifled lie had proofs agiiinst mo too strong to and nie to bail to such a vast amount that11 could get I had to go to On the following day the papers Were full of To add to the I wrote a confession of my stinctively I to the burying which was circulated every I knew well where they was a blow to the Xeversesiand stood their newlymade my j I sent for my I toM him I handed him backj the diaft for i had only used it to twin mounds contained all that I cared foH on treasured objects of IL lifetimes ones for whose happiness I had been a slave And they had come to this 1 spent the night I brooded The money I had spent was all niy Own savings of Jfone of j it Lad gone to ray I had made over plans of If they were j her presents of but crushed by a blow I rose under mine turned out to be ify employer and heard their pry for vengeance coming even from the I had that xvo mans under the out ward beauty of tier fiendish killed my mother and She should sutler But how This was the niedi He had not lost dent He shook hands he tin highest most 1 saw him at the final exhibi tion whMi ho obtained his 1 admired and applauded moro than any one else my In ihe stondtlnre with his fragile his his eye beaming with the L of he wa3 worthy of nil the iration I had to 1 have his portrait now with It resrmbloj the Shelley more any faco that 1 liavi over i My brother wont as I for his I cor sponded always xvith my My aluiiys irregular in and I never thought tinfoil o not hearing Iron I soon became at learning that he I recommended n trip loross the oronn ami a tour thniugli and otlcred to pay his After this oiler I waited anxiously to tiirn the I did not from loille for noirly a I gvertvovy ami thought seriouslyiif paying ii Since my fif eoii yeiirs I had never and had only mot my relatives on heir visits to me at New One day on going to the I found i telegraphic The words of dispatch have burned tliumsclvus nto my memory Your brother is dying Comehome t i strangers tod iv brother dying A ilegraphing to me What inlant all his Uas my also dying 1 closed my eyes for three nd threi nights nor did I cat atuoutli ul until 1 ciimo jn sight of native own in I waited for ivu hours tryfhg to overcome my agita ion by fasting ami want of Ordinarily nothing rulHt d me ut now 1 weak as I iilkeil up tho niiiin I eimo ithiii sight of the old family blinls ivore all ireut Heav en t was not prepared for such ti I illcalledthe The worst had A Htranger opened the stranger stared at I recognized much of tho old furniture with which inymother nould not I saw my brothers portrait hanging in the Arc they in I gasped not knowing whrt 1 No one recognized I diil not wish to bo Fearful olboing nix object of vultiir I had deter mined to act as a xvith all taiion of the up and down tis I and before the dawn I had de i My scheme xvaS one of hear of such People ircnerally find ft difficult to take revenge they arq tooanxious to take forgave through God bless my poor Your desire for revenue has misled May you bo forgiven as I forgive I took long strides lie for but could pacedbeside the do 31y oflense had beth ioo great 1 was sentenced to fiveiyears solitary I You Hero I am now My wife has jnever of th elve I cared noth desire was for ing for 3Iy sole desire was for vengencer For that desire 1 was ready to sacrifice 1 started for York and arrived thorp as soon as The head of our house was living at that time up the Ho left every tiling to My measures were all taken 1 wrolq to him informing him that I was going to Europe to see about some British fuiida that were endan I England for those fundi to the amount of two million dol and then loll the I did not go to 1 calmly returned to my own where 1 wrote some These were letters of introduc tion to the chief people in tho United States from tho aristocracy of ireat With these I knew I could hixve the of anv I been near I hear she and her father went to Perhabs sho has liiarrieij If I wisti her But if she when I get outjof prison Ill track her and hejr give her new husband up j i Courteous through the his cell a felon j i British wfir steamer Jloharch cost about it thousand feet is the aVerago depth of tho Atlantic j outlay for the Xcw York free schoolslast year was over uses alas 500 times in 100 pagos of liis We thought Garibaldi was too old to care for a India the entire Bible has been rendered into fiftyone different and portions of it into j started for and put up at same causes oftentimes produce the first in the I lavished j most opposite while my with a liberal nrdered cUarm nightingales and canaries to thu servants nnd acted excites dogs to like aii ccccntrirf On the not the plenty of meat ihat books of the hotnl I wrote the but good digestionneither Henry Lord jtan abundance of wunlih that mikes n my card theie was the same us but the discreet Use of and over it a totallyengraved This nobleman I was personally acijuain toi Ihi hidarjo our and nil his ll known to with circumstances On tae follow ing I saw the prin cipal paper Yilonlnv a iliifin an th to iiii of Austria has completed his atliu of the at He has been at it thirty lUo must have witnessed n great many changes during his An aquarium is projected in Brjgh feet long and 100 feet a sizu suflicien t to launch bohts niry I and to secure a large variety of marini and n say youm dies but the pnin caused by bnd their thorns remains long after a i m remembrance in the midst of I was soon waited on by tho chief in the I bore Icters of in roduction to and met with an I mirth is like that thorn among most extraordinary case i of mistaken that relatfd of tjvo eager stately Uvin brothers in Neiv xvho are jso ny and jolfrufiance won ni i much that they frequently borrow I lion of the j money of each other I eiicoiartorod my impulsive young man in Tlanip at a church revival ing the other prayed that Gd would bless thetwo young ladies lie tween whom he had been es the one on the i and public men musthaVo been much the same in Voltaires timo Isabel was hcD tho duughtcr of tinold fani Her father a man full of self mportanco and ntsurd lie tridel Jiiiiiolf on boing the son of an iiiid cultivated his otty ieeling of to a ridiculous His ilnughHT was xvorthy of anil She ivas i II I I national in whicl lean scholar lias an interest aiii ip the coiiipletoiioss nnd accuracy of iwiich tit i should havea if siime kimi we have in the superior eii and Twain produces one of the ig cases meanncri on says he knows of anincor i blast a alul he was pow ilcr in a hole witha crow bar ivton a i premature explosion sending the man and crmv bar out of j Both came down dll and tho man t timnboTofmTkTof went to vork nain AltliouSIi he was gone but fifteen thu only attractive in outline and as He said Would you be pop A the calmness that J could 1 j The feeling of ambition anil selfimport startle the for after my mother by anoo overruled allother or evil it matters but bo startliU the blow The woman at the Love she cnuld not She scujht a at any f who at a book sale bid heavily on Drews Essay oh was very anxious to have the auelijncr olVr other books relating to han i Search for another proved company clocked for lost lodges of pood in the year alone they built miles of Mpiipod The total ex poViditurosff amounted to of which more than half ex petidfd in this group of aiid to werc CSp0jl0j HIM amount Indiana contributes very The total amount of capital at Job to occasion of lriiljut in railways in the Unij without continiiiUy culliVating the crop not be worth the Every man in his oivii life follies in his own niind irou bles enough in the performance of bis of tho have alway DllTlUN that th of the Lnited Vve tod Stales roaches theastonishin boon proud of of The foregoing ari Jrawn from curati It o hti on tbort at itiit that the publishers perionco and theconimanj ol re sources in the preparation and Iperfeii tion of this groat and hvavo ajmcJ succeedtd in beet ry of the Englikh A clrJ cffijlrighara Young is becomingmore nlarming Biottality t qucnt upon tight lacing tho benevolent idea that sted pacific in his llonow talks about buying a lonely island tho Not too wo but some place where a volcano in the front yard may is nothing like advciiity young men depute j aa brovet CorseU blow to bring out a man4at the knees and to do the sjioljo solemnly filieii Hadnt she a son I xvjtb a fiiglitful atUmpt at death broke her next 4 Unfortunate people JAh Theres iiever a death in tlie village so Especially piior Ilu Mas a groat 1 used to know a brother of 1 Docs liu know about lldoiit It 11 fe a sad blow for 4kIIpw did it happen Wont you walk Sir and Ill toll J Its so Im hot Ifll sit I Mink into a seat by the cottage ian told rne Her storyiwas ry came homo from cotlgo ho wiifi the pride and of Peoplfc sought his acquaintance frbo you can not have fripnds beforei had oxerlooked and ihis learning and genius won the regards and admiration oi all Among the young ladies ol the place there was one from Philadelphia who appeared to be greatly struck by my She ie longed to one of the first families in that and was exceedingly Her was oulr in appear Strange to with tho utmost loveliness of orm and iihe combined a hardness of heart and of nature frightful to contom She only nought my brother tho sake of making a conquest of the talented young As to love or she would have laughed at tjie JEIer aspirations were far bigKer than lly the utmost and by the exceeding charm which aho Templars in comptisjnc I T10 TOInin tol simply this over Jlenrv dut without b ng over curious about tho affair j of i England has acres of land devoted to j j onljfor iake of wealth and Yvtalth and position wero her I siiw with oxultiitjonhow readily she fellinto the snare I had spread sooner had she sepn me t exerted all her arts to xvin And did any lover appear half so income of the life insurance intoxicated ui reader can forej companies doing business in New York Kcethe The announced as reported to the insurance depart mcnt of that State for the s year i amounted to and the thu wo viiuure to Hjr Uinl Hie Cuun willlavono than Miif I All this transpired in about a fort Tile settled I slowed to old my bankers authority to draw on England for mil 1 deods of settlement to my bride of aiid I lav my witlija liberal She held instruments my signature o tho extent of On the evening jbcfdto our marriage otF to my old anony y mao in wliom yon to find tha a square meal be mado off a round of TIUHE haint been a bug made yet nor one that want good Tluro n everlotsof human men loafing about blacksmithshops aud cidermilla all over tha that dont seem to be necessary for any thing but to beg plug and sware and steal water butyu lettboljolery breakout ml with forjel the i ijut and then you will see the wisdom Lem of having sich men laying around Ve wero Ii was the most I tlie nop Josh T known owes Tha annual interest on the bonds nomi nally outstanding is stated to be not in magnificent wedding ever known in All the tlite of tho city were Such such ilu bad never before been Three days One morning a oud and peremptory knock was heard Ut the I had been living with my wife at Xcversi in pre aratqry to taking her aristocratic on nee t ions of her The risi3 j I had nerve Do you want to get a sure crop and big yield Sow wild Foreign journals state that horses were slaughtered in Berlin Iftsf br any thing The servant opened tho year for food for   

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