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   Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - February 4, 1871, Washington, Indiana                                FEBRUARY ADDRESS bushels of For which we Will pay the Highewt i CASH Barber AtJohnwui Palmer olj 38lf 100 To the Nervous and DeM ARY The Virginia Senate hasnt a very bigl appreciation ofart It voted only hundred dollars for a portrait of tin Utr to grace the halls of o one be surprised that it rtber displayed the Usle of refusing to propriateen evnal turn fora portrait of that other nobler and morrfaiililul Yirgin Oeorge The Home on the the Has now opened on unMminllj large assorti ment of fall nnd winter choicest nod I tl Ulsl stylus of Out door col of the Hyatt House Mai PATJU MEAT During tho Summer tbo chnlpes meats market can be obtained nt houri WHOLE nver Grant while California ulso Cemoj preceding Election went AN IMPOrirANT i Bditor of the BLAfcK PAftT OP THB OF 1 in or easing the salaries of the e Supreme Court two thousand dollars This ii a more in the right direction 10 Judiciary should be placed in a FRENCH FIAJWER8 Ac J above all dang H ttiitt mtfAfl I f pecuniary and yet there is no In the world whore Judges are n6tf Whose sufferings have been protrac ted from hidden and whose cases require prompt treatment to render existence desirable If you or have from involuntary vrhat effect produce on your general health Do you feel debili easily tired Does a little extra exertion produce palpitation oi the heart Does your orunnaj tv or your frequent school rtuuk Can anott ly get out of order your urine j Cincinnati w milk or Qp is it ropy on settling Or does thick skum rise to the top f country more poorly paid than In in hiaapeech at Cincin the other made thii hit at the rioua railway triumph in country TONES it U m V And to day the Legislature of New TObaCCO anO oU not meet at Vandeibilt A L S d Or is a sediment at the bottomafter it has atood awhile Do you have of short breathing or Are your bowels constipated Do you have spells of or rushj of bloo I to the head f Is your memory impaired Is your mind constantly dwelling on this subject Do you feel listless tired of ol life Do you wish to be left to get away from everybody Does any little 1 thing make you start or jump Isj your sleep broken or restless Is the lustre of your eye as brilliant bloom on your cheek as bright f Do YOU enjoy yourself in society as well Do you pursue your business the same energy f Do you feel j confidence in yourself Arej yonr spirits dull and given to fits of melancholy ll do not lay it to vour liver or Have yon restless night f iourj back your knees and have bnt little and you atj tribute this to or com plain tf I diseases badly and sexual eX are all capable of producing a weakness of the generative orpin The organs of wlitn perfect make th you ever think that the persevering success ful businessmen are ulwuys those whose generative organs are in per fect health You never hear such men complain of being of of palpitation of thej They are never afraid they rannot succeed iu business theyj dont become sad und discouraged j they are always polite and pleasant in the company of and look you auu them right in the none of your downcast looks or any other meanness about I lo not mean those who keep the organs inflated by running to These will not ruin their but also those they do business with or I Ilow many from badly cured from Hie effects of self abuse and have brought about that state ol weakness in those organs that has reduced the gener al system so much induce al most every other spinal and almost every other form of diseaic which humanity is heir and the real cause ot the trouble scarcely ever and have doctored for all but the right Diseases of these orarans require the use of a BLCHU is CITY o to tc 3 o o wo t wai b mlatake to teach the boy a seliool that there were Ihirtyaeven RialM injtbia Union there were and a railroad the Camden and Aoibor York car nefe it in hia waiilcoat another portion of the aame touched ofl the power of rail corporation thug j It wai bo joke when ft member cf he 1 Pe intlyvania a year re membering that Thomaa Scott waa I del t of i be Pennaylrahia rope in lin seat anil if Tliomai I Scott bna no more buiineia for thia I move we crstia in b for Grant of for r r i j i j i i i v Jt il Cuyahoga and decided by Judge roenUtbn various axprets of tbe S and were months which Into bsrely carled Democratic In and may have seep nn report of tlili in your These Iggflegates are sopjetilDes all recovered upon tbe full vote always nor indeed In any oihr anl there Jre fewwho would f y 614 We regard both A cale of importance to National DeolM Abottt this time It U the fashion fbr M with as very doubtful and to men hm rerilitly to write up the ledger of II j been tried in the of Common dead year fcnd to tabulate in general aspects of tbe months which havf pasifx Into cait for Pi especially Of the fclates we have placed Id the Be Wlllinm Pettil and John of mildly acdidei publican only were doing a mind which rl and A aome Republican jority on two of the by person rer atrotgly close if a fa drifi tbnn in lid I comes to the dote ir CATBQMC FORA NV We refeV the Democracy North Carolir all the National banki in are fee by the sfatedeot tbat Hold riU r Inlewrd in werij deatba Ih nomj I Will give It subatantinllr u 1 i fisrful acray of tbe victims of enoutofojEcojastbey are to It Uot of critriinal violence and kanaaa are at all questionable ness in under tlie hume style of Peltit Jc MnlUndi Lorrn the Ohio National of then though we Jhfew away i eight thouand giving II foller fe security ll Called on once to i grapple with this epitome of years horrors Is it CtltJ hreeRepreaentativeainCongreaa feodabut the leoaa nui IDB endorsers Potter andlimb I Such a Question might mBtuljiy the rirj a oily to fall of to and be asked n the popular vole lalt Sfltihp up llie r allowance ii mado fpr the dig tricti dif tr icted a ReputJBZ HTSQErT but Kepub lican by ciofe i i ied aotein much further lo bat toore 1baB oar groun i when we to when almmt Ifgal voter JB We pfopoff to PRIB8T ON THE TEM PO WBR OF THE rk Evening Tnsli January our readers to Ihe letter of Falber Fatrell addresred tohe oommiitee which mada the arrangements fur the lalej greal meeting at the Academy of Musio in j of nnil flaimips a forfeiture of Hie whole di 1 Proceedings Were and oo the Ibe endorsers made a special release on tbo ground of Judge Foole held thai it war evidently the Intfehttan bf in Ihe National Cur rency to make the penalty for reeWv reserving or charging a rBte of inter est greater tbso the rate allowed by laws of tbe Slate or Territory where the Is timply a forfeiture if tkt inter etl whioh or evidence of car ried with or which had been screed lo be bard and not a forfeiture of the dttt Judgmenl therefore rendered ngainit tbe maker and endorser of Ibe for tbe the less the inlereat re set and with interest from the Hate of the maturity of the Cleveland borribje aggregate to which have iiy It a bill increasing the pensions j those who tor jdisabied soldiers and sailors passed the and Ihvor of luhun Kslber Fnrrell iaj an enlightened who can aee that roleat againat oonferrinf civil 1C B a m e B w 3 O Seriate on the 23d without a word ol A correspondent says ibis fact lo occasion considerable nurprie in as all measures look ingto making inrosds upon Ihe whither worthy or generally meet with opplosilion in the Thii will increase thejdrafis on Ihe pension funds about 0 Tbe following is tbe c a 5ii text if ite Tbst tbe pension of all rnarioen and saiUira in the land and naval forces or hrr1 power ougt after to be gran by the of he It la very ahd also ihe same pensions i lbat vv 9 i V 09 es P o a O P E o 01 i r s o tf H J e V 3 ft ft i T n S tc ej it 0 O CL O 0 M CM a liberty on Ihe people of Home ng againit the Iree institutions virtually admitting power of persecution were in ihey also would persecute all p in any other than thai by Ibe Latin Churchy or who lain any religious opinions dil Ibose permitted by the ate In the day to maintain this A good many will have signed r o obliged ibe if in lerrogalod in would not hesitate to are protest of pur own that if Ib their handi who worfh prescribed openly mat ferenl from It is loo tb assumption Catholics berever they can c 1 Z Ji 141W LM V i t H Z ed Uy ibe jura of 20 per cenlum is nol going that Tbe stream J ji u Howi In anile a dltlarsnt c S cranted bv law nnt in exoMS the who dream of the lime when the 86 I rate provided by thu Uw for similar I instion wil be Urong enough t and ihe arc but il it I eonitaenceon the 1st day of I Otr tPaders will bo interested In Ibe fol autistioa nf Ihe great munofaettj more out o or ing one rctionaoof deprivi ily of for Kliicli j more oiliou just teen published Capital stork invented in mnnufscluring number of 50 spindles employe M consisting of males and j weekly yards of roltdn jarda of woolen i 35 yards of aluwU 10 1900 LITTLE A writer In the Louisville Commercial r detestation of the arrogant implied in that tbfe Roman the to put down heresy by there csia be DO there are bigots amo ig them the lime when Ibe denom be strong enough to do e id lest of The world lat Tbe streamjof tend In quite a different Religious p rsecution is growing more and The praolioe ef fa religious a the he rest liTbecjmlng every day Churches establishes by law I by Uw of their imrfaemonal J left lo stand or fall y ihem he course ol eveola eviry ow upheld by the law jwil torm ill find ituflf turne out into iho world tojstruggla for the for with the ritkl Arid tbrre js nQ Joubv lbe immeniely by tbia great In a wellionsidered article in 1rinoe yards of 2 500 aluwU 10 In a wellonsidere artice n rinoe aozn of rUw material i ion Keview W present month The i Qnnn Terapbral wo hnd ar extract week pounds of a ot tbe eroinenl molale of per pounds of clean Gooda dyed and prinlicj per 01 There were ialso per annum toni of en C O Sil a e S cl O Q CO I u h Q cite bushels of gallons of 1 00 joundrf of and barrels of Tha steam power consists of 32 en j I we shall have bad worldly wilh an aggregate force of j horsa The manufacturing corpora tions support k hospilal for tbo use of sick and idisabled Lowell has a popujalion of per son and the tax able property is valued at over ft H en b O PRESIDES I UL New York Tribune of 25tb asys We have heard it remarked should Ihe elections of copy those of a Democrat would be chosen But Ibat is a aa tbe following show ft 31 6 opposite is a certain cure i Dealer in Live for diseases of the j Organic Ofl3ceon Female General and all diseases of the Urinary whether existing in Male or irom whatever cause and ao matter oi how long If no treatment is submitted Consumption or Insanity may Our flesh and blood are from these and the health i and and that of posterity depends upon prompt use of a reliai ble Hembolds Extract N ewHanpfluiri Vermont NewJersey rennRJylvania i Souib jCarolioa i it Louisiana 12 Heal Estate Agent SOUTHERN Honclit and nordn Examined and all Ituxlnmw cnmnocled with lished upward of prepared New and 104 South I 10th on per or 6 bottles for mra delivered to any j Sold by all Druggists Uongtit ml prript of s t a d Keal Estate f p ronnoeii io In Ohio lllino t 8 7 S 7 28 19 10 0 10 S 8 f Connexlicul NewYork Maryland Virginia North Carolina Georgia Went Virginia Kentucky Tennessee Indiana Nevada California Oregon Missouri Total Republican 10 1 10 P S 10 J3 t t I 13 Htf Nabrata Arkaniai Tolal We tbave assumed as tbe probable ratio of repreaenlation under ihs new Census a higher would reduce the num ber of jElecleral as a lower would in but neither would materially af fect tbje wu not carried by tbe Demo crats in but by tbe Sburls snd Grsti ihe Papal Archbishop in alter a good deal 0f grumjbling at the emancipation of Home as a robbery and a violation of sovereign the oldest and most Bficred in tbe tbje rever end orator does on to say One thing is nmong us fewer lax Catholics and liberal Cath Whfn tbe world turns upon the such men are either reclaimed or fall When trial cornea it does JiDt pay to be a Catholic to be firm cos is some Onjy those who hold dearer than life stand the We are not afmid of this Nominal Catholics are our weakness and our scandalfand our they aie our greatest If tbe whose shame sonjelimes This is well Times husinesi snd tigbt Yuu owe who owes You par ynur debts be thoce who owe you caol You pay ouA for yonr poods and snd peo ple who five times as well off as you are send buy they wont and tell you lo charge You cant well for you are afraid of unsettling Ibe dignity of your You must open an account with them or bey wont deal with Suppose yon what then Tbe month dr quarter Ss and you send in youi bill Tbe lady of the house eyes It and lolls the tske it to my He coes to who Ill fbow it to my wife and a week afterward you go when he says Its all Ill pay But when 7 Wby after voor collector or clerk has walked about eighteen talked and begged twentyfour hours of his life abd then iel snubbed by tbe matt who pays 5ow my advloe to all suob people is to pay your or dont run in If everybody would pay I here would be a little more monev in would be a tittle better in the One debt collected sometimes pnys It is these little bills that bolhers You credit people who are able tobuy and sell all youve and ll is harder wotk and more trouble to collect whit owe you than not to sell lo them at Go to some tig Ibe min cr other fashionable place of amuse and youll firul there lots nnl of people who couldnt pay thai little bill but they ciyi find means always to pay for reserved seals1 every other night in tbe and put on more airs after having eating up your than if they didnt owe a cent in the My advice is to all for what you or do without it Hs the best and youll enjoy life better and appear more independent in the and estima tion of your A SCKAP UF INDIANA A correspondent tbat when Indiana was a Terrilory and General Harrison was Provincial Congress donaled a large tract of land for ibe purpose of fully endowing and sustaining a university at Vincennes in every sense of the and Harrison was a member of tbe first Board of The country new tbe people were unprepared to appreciate I donation of this character and the result was thai for years the institution existed on paper but in As the institution is center is at is not belter for this puj subject to aclion by Ibe ytatr in rilicution itjwill be tbe fault of those who belong to same salulaiy process could be applied in Ihia a ister Ibe 1 tbe public cipled We wish for our part Ihst the id that the priests oman Catholic schools here lime they ordered tbe sale ol some of the most valuable near in Ibis and tbe proceeds to be given to endow tbe pretont magnificent Slate tDiversity at Ihe cilitens at could be compelled to let go their hold on Viuceones employed one of tbe venues which a set of unprin prominent lawyers then to re in the hope in the 1 be advantage pointed out by Afchbish op Msnningjas resulting from overthrow Certainly gestire iotimi enough and snf on Jutjoti uufnti tbe inadf tucr ef laws that not good oar buildi in Bnt sin ai of Coroners reoohia will away soln4of the With which we at first regard thebold statement that Violent la York dur ine the pi it nuniber one hohdred sixtyntnetor come un der tbe be id of ttiU Seven hun dred and a xty deaths tmgtji Fort poor unfortunate1 fbui I an escape from tbe miseries of his life hr patting s end to The number of waa fearfu U U bat not FOR FROflTY MORN Thefe tsj little danger that farmers their wives will takeany too good care of ibemselvei daring The lia bility is in opposite The farm liens have put into their if the or lls of purobaiing their intiuonce from the and certain it is that the property would never have been obtained without bis After a series of years Judah succeeded in obtaining er rises ts httteni to his stable feed the s often very imperfectly lected froii the bitter cold the hurries kitchen where nothing cin be tooobedj Without f reeling bar sod abivers ovejr for 20 mioutas or half an hour before things get Tosome exlenw suffering otravfrpaty morning is where one ft obliged jto expose t people uiuallv makej slight protisipti thibkiog they will bear ibs slbco they if brief thereby toughen tbeniselves to A little rarejand fere I wit render bis1 painful indurating proceasquiir unnecessary Let tbe good woman have pair of woolen mittens to Wear handling her cold her and getting thlnts in orrfef for break Fast they Way be only balf mil leaving her flngars free let her on her feet a pair of woolen made out of a piece of carpeting or tblrb and with from an old and pin about her at first a warm shswi and the old a mufll about his earaj a palrof wirm will by no inoreasetbe labor of mnMi We often think we cant affbni to atop and take care jf when truth is We csnt afford Dot to keep our and our soalai In the be No class of men dtn ao warmly ID Winter as tU J wear Ibe thickest the the most comfortable furs lhf can be simply because it is a dic tate of the snandesl tense so to I f one pair of stockings Doesnt keep the two pairs sboijld We if on flannel shirt isnt pat on if you have it The first that the body gives of discomfort it a sid that it attention if this call U heeded a louder one Will be care of the the dollars take care of b an adage ro truer oftnciney than an obnoe of prr vention is worth a bound of core f Hjwe stop all the tittle iesks In the clstefbbf life there will be oo and card may not be nor the golden bowl be broken for mart and many a ring ripe rear of green old safi FBtk SCHOOLS Ijf are fond of boasting of oar school up stairs GENUINE UNLESS done up in steel engraved I rM f u sale at lowest Brown Kepublicane but we assume tbat me adi enough of these will probably go clear over 8ta8 gainst us ia We trusl i31 receive by ihey will get sick ot their Uh ID cofna in season JnJOifi Connecticut was cartied by tbe Demo crats ia April Slate Election of bat went Eepabliean in tbe enroing Presiden of with facsimile of my Chemical and signed to keep them daring the both Poplar and tial coll as ibe probably will in Oregpn went Democratic In 1870 by a far majority than at her State Election of Ibe temporal power of the Popej about for tbe but de in tor njake his church ample amends j rnanded quite s large proportion of it as bis an official report from for all tbe pleasure which the hierarchy which it seems the were our Minister in shows lose beirig deprived of the exercise ol a I willing to The Board of Trustees Scandinavian Attend school fir baleful wringing heavy taxes then went to law with tbit lav and after i more generally than those of tbe United from an unwilling putting the gag years of legal conflict tbe univenity obi Folk or Common schools are eatar on all by speech or ih4 i taioed land and buildings in Vincenness1 in Sweden by government sbtbtiHV watching against tbe introduction of all j worth about and a semiannual in each a tract of from to twelve books whirKquestion the dogmas of their Iterest of six per on worth of miles in fxjent hie and tnaking themselves so generally State As this sum ia fur from proj lltaAf detested thkt the moment tbe people are j viding for a it has for years been gymnastics aked by ihtir votes whether they will bear regarded only as a high but still the oiiechjsjn and biblical mstory a0 this sort of rule any they answer bearing the original A bill has of Military taotiies are also Ungb n e bicn presented lo Congress by the Hon In Sweden in 1868 there were illiam asking tor a donation of a 128 children between the ages of five ai wilh which if hoard to Ihe ends of ha Of Kstber to whose 1etterwe fe ferred in ll e beginning of this we portion ol the unielected lands in Knox 6fleen Of these aMendrd county to compensate the Trustees of the the comrnob schools while w bave heard an anecdote creditable to bis j as far as for properly being educated at other also good ind his just estimate of tba taken from fovernroeptlagtborityy or taught at ue of religions When tbe j percent of all Ibe against giviig a constitational government STORT dren io the piiiigdom treffj ttt to tbe peop e of Borne was put iato tbe I the neverending Io NjDrtrty must be schoo hands of lh Catholic clergy of thia Id not long lo furnish the for every where Ibere r u order lo obli lo for it ttta algflatUres o their Harper fortyfive short stories for i ibirty tbiH he declined to read it from his pul their The stories were it m I J Father You have you as approve of it have opportunity ol signing it 1 thall He could not have done ftherwise eooslstebly with tbo stories for j thirty tbiH providing rere to tbe wafctf Wtlle the higher Another priest read after which ertge four thnussnii words or of schools arid tbe nnlversitles of c Farrll said to tbe of Harpers Weekly or DavU are sopporled bv tbe gattrotarpl eard tbe paper read such of and his compensation for each was one bun ami largely MlteOdedVi Jred He is said to have wrillen principle lai d down in bis that all innticrns oDgbt to stand on a fo6ling of perfect equality before tbe It D well of tia CathoUobrerhirap brtd followed ibis instead ot siiriinga paper which is virtually area ne u saia io oave wruieu i i n the fortyfive stories in fortyfive at j recent 6fi fbe the end of which time be received the tyfive hundred During ihe time lorj the ainbfl i me lobbied a grantiogfema be waj engaged upon was j by lie cspitplifl force Bmtritfvea itl writinz for the Atlantic bq ift writing for the Atlantic Mags T LIppineotts such and several familf ber erwiae f large as rill b shown bj the records of crime for 870 in many of tbe Western ai Southern Jtateai if we select an coi laining aM equal populatioo with that of Ibis Out ot iesefortyone homicides mo t were of f irions whose andaasncU tions bnttght them in oloM contact wlri tbe danj erous and a wry largM were of in which Whisky was the inspiriiig T Kiaibali tnOrder stands almoT I alone among the insUncM tbe rant of our aajoVrfnlet clthwns wr invaded by the of Evening Mai end atK sides lecturing composing a book the j d reading toe newspaper j The oos i le of oar own Oin pufi TI Toey the teaches bookkeepin ferheo came to or Presi   

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