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THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MOUSING. MA IK.' II 7 1SS5.
11JE SAP.l'Y IJU05T.
Jcup'a Sirpj ow&i ft fit? Jarm less than ft
Joxeu tr.Ur from a grf at western city, and
he tt liwt. if noonee'M. will bear teitl
mooy to th trniL of tb: ghost itory; also
ti tU fact that. previous to teeing tb ghost,
he Jut uct brieve thro could be each a
tbiuy. Altboca tbe owntr of a farm, he ii
not i Ittu.tt in one tecs tf tho word, but
Jeictis hit time to buying und Sellin utock.
Th! offen ncfiltfttei long rldi into the
snrrrnrdlntr. country, ftnd sometimes far
; f 1 1 ; the b' ;bt
)ni prounrnt tialt In Mr. Sarpy's
tin r itc-ter tnuit not to namr ntloned. He
n fc,a;s cartful tt Impress upon Ms
f rlcc?r that he wos an out and OQt temper
nce man. II bel oved m temperance, bat
not in Intemperance. The spiritual com
mand: e je temperate la all tblngV he
conilJertd applied to eating and sleeping as
wM ai drl:ilng. On the other hand, tern
l exance did not rnan total abstinence. This
he wai certain of, and ia accordance with
this belltf kept ft Jag of the best boarbon In
hi i celUr, and it was a fact that cobweb
rare!-, if ever, grew over the mouth of tie
He drank vry little, he said, and never got
!rcck. It fact, he bad & profound contempt
for a Luan who would get drunk, like Jim
iu ntcn, on the adjoining farm. He lud at
various times lectured Jltn on the Tics of In
Wby, Jim," he would say, ''why don't
yen step when jou have a dram or tvo, and
i ot r. afce a bttst of voorielf? I can take a
h'.tk, and I can lt It alont, jest as I please.
If tiU lo that, you'll Ret aloni: all right."
J : m could make no answer to thia ari;a
n.rr.r, for while he knew he could taken
dilbk whui he pleated, he knew he could
it r t let It alone when he plasd.
htib thin ft year before the advent of the
'best II r. i-;iriy had, to the surprise o( every
body, nsarrled the belle of tbo neighborhood,
Mh Mary rrr)e. To the earprlse, I say.
for Mr. Sarpy was a little past tbe prims of
life und not very prepossessing man In the
main, but Mary apparently saw eood in him
tir,d married htm In spite of the warning of
t.tr friends with reference to his habits of
inking a drum.
She wonid break him of It she slid, bit
. he foutd her ii.tlaente powerless on that
nvre, grrat &3 his love reemed to be for hf r.
ilx wouhI listen attentively to her aru
n fiilj, erd laaeh at her fear, but ha wcuid
tnKe Lis dram just tbe same, promising tbat
t.su he i&ff It was injuring htm he would
Thcs time ran on. and the occasional dram
'sve ihe othtrwiie happy wife irroat üal of
at casibos. 8he tried various expedients to
ivikrirc nim of h;a danger, but he had pro
fftu d faith in hia on ability to stop wn?n
hl jndrrent dictated, and wouM not be
ociiv.r ( ta.
It v as one bitterly co!d winter n'sht that
th- uhcit ame, ftnd its coniln was thn
LarNn g r of Kocd. ilr. Sirpy had basint-jj
in the c.ty hat kept him away until ft Uta
ii;!tr, nna Mis. Ssrpy SRt by tbo lire waiting
for bin!. Koe conld csnally liwr the sound
of th horn's feet on tbe btable floor ft) he
went iD. but the wind wns blovinc and
lui.btiii so cn this night that she csald huxr
i i Liv tTjt it.
Tie r!ocK on ibe mantel had just Rlrn:k 12
hn Mr?. Sarpy heard, above the wind, th
rrf.ctcf a put ü from the din ction of the
hum. 8he ran to the window and looked
nut, but could see nothing of her hnsbaid.
.jraln tbe l islol cracke,and she knew It
was i&side the barn. Agiin she henrd it,
Htd aair, until ibe had counted seven
She knew Üat was the number of Cham
r n Mr. Sarpy'a revolver, but cou'd nnt
imasice what he was shooting at, unless it
alight be tramp, as they often lodMl in
the barn, and he had had trouble with one
of them tot long azo.
While the we still ordering and anxious,
Mr. t'arpy carce running across the yard and
bunt into the room exclaiming: Give me
the lantern. Mary; there must be a ghost in
the barn. I've put seven bullets into it and
it didn't budge."
This news both astonbed and alarmed
Mrs. Sarpy, who hurriedly lit the lantern,
jayiDg: "Why, Joeeph, what is it?"
"That's more than I can tell. It's some
thing that looks like a man no on one of the
high timbers, and it keeps moving all the
time like as if it was hurt. I heard it the first
thing when I went in after oats for the
horse. I thought it was eome crazy tramp
had gotten up there, but, by George, 15- was
He had by this time reloaded the revolver,
and, jerking up tbe lantern he hurried oil'
toward tbe barn.
Kow, it happened that Mrs. Sarpy wa an
nncemmenly shrewd little woman. She
had noticed an unnatural light in Mr. Sarpy's
pye, acd tbat his hand trembled greatly as
he loaded bis pi&tol. This, however, might
have been due to the excitement of seeing
She threw a Ehawl around her shoulders
and hurried after him, determined to see
the ghost, too. Mr. Sarpy was cautiously
entering the barn door when she came in
bight, and she waited outside, listening for
tie ciack cf a revolver, but none came. She
lecked tu niblingly within, and there saw
arpy standing up in the haymow, holding
the lantern above his head aud looking in
great perplexity at something on one of the
cicss-timbers near the roof.
"What is it?" Mrs. Sarpy aeke.d.
'Tissued if I can tell what it is ! It'j no
'bost, that's &u:e! Come up and eee if you
Mrs. Sarpy had no need to climb into tbe
n-ow. She instantly recognized the ghost,
and exclaimed: "Vhy, that's nothing bat
a piieof tacks you put up there to keep the
rats from f nawing them."
"That's to, I suets," eald Mr. Sarpy, In as
tonishrxfr.t: "but what waa thai sound I
htard? There it is no v."
Teat's nothing in the world," said Mr?.
?arpy. tbakirg with laughter, "but the wind
blowing thror.gh tbat Drcken widojv. Yon
blow it & avs moans that wav when the
wir.il Ll s hard from the north
Mr. fcaTDy climbed down from the m3w,
pyicg: lI don't know what's the matter
wiih nie to nht I mnat be cut cf my
hd. I've shot all thes whett sacks fu:l
Mrs farry deftly thrust her hand into his
rccfret. ard drew ont a tiak nearly empty.
Ff r far bicame cbr in an instant and&he
.fd: "That's what's the matter, ' Je3epa!
You trek one dram too many at !at'."
Mr. Sarpy made no reply. Ho went elf to
Ted the hcrfe, and as he did so debited with
h:icelf whether he could possibly have been
drunk, as Mary had tntimattd. It had been
tuch a bitter cold night, and he had suiTered
fo freni tbe cold, that he had taken more
than he had supposed, as the almcn empty
fast provtd. He entered the house and
Jenr.d Mrs. Sarpy sitting by the ßra crjirg.
He hid no rtason to a;k har the cati'e of her
.L-rief. He diyined her thought. If it hid
rcme to this already, what would it in
the ennne cf years?
thir.:: was said that night and the next
h cmirg, when Mr. Sarpy went into brek
fst, LeT was greatly surprised to find Mrs.
Sarpy apparently in the gayest himor,
Jacpbir2 ard talkiDg as if nothing unpleas
ant had happened. He w?s glad to see that
ihe tock snch a sensible view of matters, as
It was only tbe beaatl cold that ai.iieblui
buddmy Mrs. Brpy aid: I wdhder
when Jim Henton f j oruinx over?"
Why, what do 70a want to see Hsnton
for?" he atked, with a suspicious fore
bo ling. '
"I want to tell him about your ghost ht
ntpht! she answered, langhin; "it's the
tet jote of the ktai'.ui, and how Jim will
Vbat' t'j n"e of aaylng anythln? to
Jim atotit it, Mary ? ' said Mr. Srpy, plead
ir.j'y. "I drank toi much. I know, hat I
wcnldn't Lav 1 ue It, only it was so CDld!"
"Oh, it's too s&o I to aeep!" she answerei;
' I.mnst tell Jim, jnt to hear hi tu lauh,
and then how everybody will lauh whea
ttev hear It!"
Ifp pleaded with her to say nothing about
it He wouldn't have th neighbors know
Htout it for $."r0, they wonld alt mate a j
tuueh frai 0! him. Hut he laughingly
assured him it was too gwd to keepjaud bhe
tunit tell it.
One weak point in Mr. Sarpy's nature v
ffar of lidlcule. He conld not bear t3 b
larjRbed at. and all the forenoon he was in
drtadleet JlmUenton ihonldhanpentoome
over, and Mary should tell ahjut the ghost,
but fortunately Jim did not come.
At dinner he sat for some time in silence,
and finally said: "You've got me, Mary. I
see my mistake I'll never drink another
drop. You may toll it if you want to, but
that's my last dram."
Mrs. Sarpy thanked blm joyfully, acd as
sured him that waa the wish of her heirt,
and if he kept his promise, as she knew he
wonld, ibe would never tell the tdory of the
ghost. And she never did. Mr. Sirpy
poured the contents of the jug into the
yard as s3on as dinner was over, and a hap
pier day thfy bad not seen sicca their mar
The neighbors often wondered what Sirpy
was shooting at in his barn that night, hut
no me ever knew until he told tbe story
Mi(f for inmiity.
"I have brought you the cross receipts of
our proceeds," eald a rather haudaome voang
lady yesterday, as ehe enterad tue oiiice 01
the Hethel Anociated Charities, and surren
dered to Mr. llsymond the sum of frl H in
coppers, dimes" and nicktls. When quel
ttomd with reference to the source of the
money, th young lady eaid that she was the
Treasuren f ascc:ety en tab Ished in a certaia
large initltt.tiou In the city where a lar,;
number of :f dies aro employed, the society
in iuetlon being organized for the suppres
sion and discontinuance of the me of alang.
If any member cf the society is found guilty
of using a slang phrase, she U tlntd accord
ii:R to the KMvity of the obren?y. Mr. Ky
mend i.ropj'.is to devote this money which
will be tar.ded in every month for a speclai
purpose. He ill inveit it in street car tic
kete, and dlstrlbtita thnu among the poor
who are cbl'ged to walk great distances to
tkeir vork place, rr possibly to the Intirm
ary fcr a rioy's worir. General Harnett taiil
that If branches of this .vclety were organ
?zed in tvery itore, ctrice and factory in town
where yours: ladies were employed, susllcient
funca would b3 squared tn run thw entire re
lief department of the Hethel.
Trut Fvna Unto Doatli.
ist. 1'dui Glube.l
Tl at was a fcnchlng fctoiy toM by Mr..
Oiad&tohe when nnncurcing the death of the
Trir.ctts Alica iu iV.rl lament. Shft had been
cautioned Ly the ohys c'au riot to inhale th
breath of her tittle hoy, who was 111 with
diphtheria The Httlo fellow was twins iu
h:8 ted in the delirinni of fever. The Prin
cess stood by the side of her chili, and laid
her Land on his brow and bean to carets
him. The touch col-'d the fevered brain and
brought the wandering aiul back from its
wild delirium to nestle for a moment In the
lp of a motber'a love. Then throwing hin
ams around hr reck, he whiepered, 'l im
ma, kiss roe." The instinct of a niothers love
was stronger than fcienre ard she pressed
her Hps to those of her child. And yetthere
I not a woman in all the world but would
esy ere would cot have had r mother's heart
if she had not kissed ber.bairn. And so it will
be to tbe end of time. The mother will kiss
her child, the wife her husband, and the
lover his sweetheart, though death in a thou
sand forms lay concea'ed beneath the Ver
million coloring of the pouting lips
The Age of the Prerddebt.
IVVatertown Times. 1
When Grover Cleveland becomes President
of the United States he will lack fourteen
day s of being forty eight years old. Oaly one
vonnger man has been inaugurated Presi
dent, and that is Grant, who lacked pome six
weeks of being forty seyen vears old when
he entered the White Houst. Franklin Pierce
was three months over forty-eight, and Ar
thur and Garheld were each a trirle less than
fifty. All tbe other Presidents have been
o'oer, William Henry Harrison, with his
eixty-eight years, being the oldest of them
all at takiDg the oath cf efUce.
"fv9 fur Ad veatarons Crank.
The dory which sailed from St. Johns, New
foundland, in September last, v.ith a crew of
two men, bound for England, is given up
for lost. A dory is a fifieen-fott row
beat. The information that there is a
large number of such bcata to ba had
cheap is freely given to the other cranks Of
Binde Short Work ut It
Mr. C. O. Bat son. of McAllister, Cross
Heads. Teun., was lorelv troubled with dys
neptda. He writes: "I have been using
Drcwn's Iron Bitters; only used it a short
time, and think I am well." It is one of the
btauth s of the good work accomplished by
this wonderful iron tonic that it is done eo
er-eedily. The work is permanent, too Cures
eskness, liver and kidney complaint3 tc.
The Old Joke on Chicago.
IWashlagtcn lUtcbet.j .
Washington Girl (to her cousin, whom she
is visitii g in Chicago) "Who are thess men,
IVlle, coming toward the hcue with survey
ing instrument? in their bands?"
CLiceco Girl ' Oh. I ordered a pair of
ibces tbe other day, and they are the, shoe
maker and his sssfsTanti coining to take my
"What Yuu Hf.
"There are so rxauy frauds advertised for
tbe hair," yon say. So taere are, but Park
er's Hair Balsam is not one of them. It will
not work m'racles, but It will do b3tter ser
vice for your hair tnan anything else you
can find. Restores original color, cures
dandruff, gives rev growth. E:egantly per
fumed. Kot 'a dye.
Taller Than 111 Monument.
Signs rxuliiply that General Geor9 Wash
ington crows bitrger 3 years roll on.
Captain E H. Hauch, a weü known citi
zed cf Lancaster, Pa., wes a confirmed snf
ferer frcm inllammatory Thentaatism. which
Gitencorhned him to his bed. When he
commenced using Mishler'a Herb Bitters his
left knee wa3 Very much swollen. After
nsing the bitter?, according to directions, for
a short time, the swelling of the knee disap
peared almost entirely, and he wasableto
walk without the use of cratch or cane. "I
feel Hke a new man," the Captain writes.
Tin; M'ihit or Tin: pkess.
ftiAt ti New l ut tk t .)i. any. unit What
I Hlt by th Iodiu 1a111.
Nkw Yoatc. Marcu . Ihe Sun aajs:
Mr. Cleveland1 liaiuural aldreis U very prop
erij. con&ned to Uln? form. Iu a brtilan l
t'liiUmot'Mo wt. tbe Keurl irtaclp!o by which
be jlOfU't-n to 6 Kltd, mil tDOO Wim
bve Ltvu eirnditis fron hin minute an 1
liric 2i('.arUotn upon (jueitloct of public
policy win u. dipülutfd. it it xoTf well writ
Uli. Tliere 1 notiiinz Titj-original or trlllltut
atout It, bnt trte p at rclAtla t' an econom
icl guwrumpot n 1 a p!t: no lo o! Hrl:u wilt
te wriptn 1 d wiih tlCAriion bjr a rrt pro;wr
tik'ii of the poop!, n l tarrc ii no doubt that tho
t u document npre'in a plainly 11 1 slncorol
tLc ivtui aud puip jkta (d It 1 author,
Tbe Tinire ey:
Mr. Clcvlnd'n luauinrl a Uro Ii d!jnlfl? t.
Umple md f"n ti!e. It h in tt U;C tout? o! tin
trrnyul dl erdenr thiit La coü;-j to b ro
vtdel HitlniracterlfiUf! of tho uuu. It li cloir
tbat be k-ntcrs on tbo itutlei of id ofllc-j wlta 11
M'licnf rep'i)it-tluy trt the wbolc couittry, and
tue wlm e oin?rj will rcrclvi vrltu hertr
and ßrttteful aseat Ms deprccU'.ou of partl
Mii M'IMt. We iollevt aNo t&t tt will
r toLd C(.rJlally to his appeal to remember ttut
M tnut is H artd by every patriotic cUlen. au 1
that every citizen owe to tho rountry n vllUrit
watch nd cirko n ruilny of lti tublio erratt
aud a tuir and reasonable eittmate ot their ü le'.t
ty and tjnofiilness, There U uo mliftililc.i trie
totio In wblch heipoaka of reform la tho 1qiIuU
tntlon ot tbo (Jovernmeut, and tac ap
plication of buatncM prlnclph to pnbilc
aditira, and in which he announce that Civil 80.
.ice retorm ahoull be in good f Itu enforce 1.
Tbe double obligation to tbo people, and to all
wLo worthily fcecic public employment, thAt mnit
and competency luall bo recognized lastrad of
tii tT ut semoner or tho turreud-r of houent io- )
11 1; At tcllef, itiow the Pretdent'8 characteriaiio I
null ol iiurnein ami bia profound senso 01 duty.
It 1 a long tlmo ilnco tie. party, which
Mi larjrcly riproientcd in tte viitirowdaat
V.tulilt kton. ban bfeu called o:i to ll;ten to ait
much icun i doe'riuj so clearly declare l. aud
evidently b!ttk:d ty ao resolute and practical a
will. It reitalua to be icon how thai jarty will
receive tteappjlcatlon cf the do;trlii,l which It
aure to follow. It td ould b ad bid tht tno l'rel
lent'i doclarat'oa rcgardittij tajttvemaal.iu.i-.
ttonai, Jutt aud honoraolc.
The Herald eays:
rtev'c'cut Clcvelnd' addrens is a dtcument
that every cltl.ten ibould p-uder for himself.
Many t;ord t.ti of common xeme and so tn 1 noil
tlcai pblloaophy are pcattcrc 1 thtouh tt: end, 11
tLo Pemocrati nrii now to trv their -hand at the
wbeel iu iilving practical ell'cct to thci J vlow. bo
caufe tho people wanted it, woul I It not ho well
for tbo i'.epubllcatis to heed to l'reslie'H' äii-i.I
and sucrWlco their apleea to prtrlotic thought,'
that whatever party 1 best for t-.o country in ut
lrukt bent for u all. aud that It Is at lean for an
roiirioN PAPE as.
IiOMion, March Tho lnily News say:
IwMent t'levc'.aud will have the hearty ym
tuihj of Kurland. It in our rtcalie there nhouid
bj perpetual pcaco, growlnt friendship an tin
iemui t-omniert-o Fverythlu brlalni; 111
eaiir toqi'ther in lu'ercM and feellrut li a ? nu to
both, and to pcaco aud tree torn tliTO Uhout the
world. I'rcKidcnt Cleveland's Inaugural aldnm
was full of promise uui worthy of hi great re:u
tailou. The Times t ay :
The inaugural address 1 concl.ed In a o"iy
spirit, but throw uo light 0.1 the malu qu.-?ilcus
The Standard says:
C'.eve'.nnd'i aldrew h m.m'.y an I s-jvlble, but
cxtn-mtdT con -committal. Tne Cabi:i''t. we iniuic.
he coirj.u'.ed of able ueu, ho:c L&di wtdCJn
The Telegraph B?y:
Tbe incuenratlcn iro((ioa at Washlnctou t
day auKund well for tho tcet tii ot tac Oeruocmtic
ro;imj. America holds tuch au lraporuut puce
In the union of nalio.t it 1 htrlly extgenilou
o a.iy tt;at when she H prorarous a t nappy tt-.
reit ot the world sympuaizjs an I is beifitet
Far vt ihn Fair
lNer Oilcans Picayune. j
When two lady friend? enter a street car
tcrttber they generally go through with
a funny little formula f. r the saving of each
other's credit for generosity and for appear
arcts generally. "Now mind, I've got tbe
change," sys one as they hail the car.
"Hayeyou? Well, o have I. I can pay
the are," answers the o'her. B7 this time
tbe ladies are eeated. and both bpgin to fum
ble leisurely in their ea'chels Icr that
chance. "Now, I'll pay," exclaims one, and
ehe fishes out a dollar bill and looks help
les&'y around for some man to pass it up.
"I want charge, anyhow. Tie money is
parked up to the box, and in the mean time
the other lady quietly deposits two nickels
in the box. "Oh, you irean thing!" cries
the street car guest. "Never mind, IM cay
coming home," aud then they fall to talking
of some absent one.
Kleacd by Washington.
Isan Frac Cisco ChronlcIe.J
lie death of Mrs. Hannah Scs-y, who
died in Alameda on Thursday last, ut the
advatccd age of ninety-six years and eix
mentis, is worthy of more than passing
notice. She was the granddaughter of Lord
P;aisted, who left Kngland on account of
re ligkme persecution, his property being con
ti cated He settled near Dover, N. H,,
wbere Mrs. Stvasey was born. General Wash
ington drilled his men on her father's farm,
end In passing on one occaiion ho took the
little plrl In his arms and kissed her.
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Dyspepsia, Goncrnl DoMlttyi
Jacadlos, Ila&itn&l Cortstlpev '
Ueujlaohe, Diseased Kid
ncya, .Etc, Etc.
Xtcoctalcs oalv the Iurcst Dreri, arr0T5
PUKiFiuo:-1 TUE RLGOD
Ittsn: T.i fr.:oxica:v.; j:
ttle us? 1 si a.;. !., Lv to-.n ui';:- -,t.TO
auicin.T ash bitts cOi
ST. LC:'!3.A.:iD KANSAS Cir.
wmca ius.y u j cnurr.sra:ca riiSii i; SJLS5
ESSapch .April Dwflay
,n t!. weUi rr grows wartiwr, tint
extti tiK tired f.'elui. w.üd -f iipj" tit -,
dullness, l.imruor, an.l lisslttjtli, anilft
almost t!ie entire lt'tm m family, and vr.'f.
til.i atul otlur dhe.ix'i caiiM'd by Iiiiiikts,
in.mlfi,t Hit-msfUe w i t ! t rnitiy. It ii bn
pol!!o t throw oil tills 1 Tiility a:;d exp 1
liuuiors fron the bbd without the ail of a
reliable tnedu-iiu llki Hold's .Hursaparllla.
"t c't:!d n.t hh rji, and woubl t t.p l i
the iu.r:ilii4 lt!i hardly life vnmh t g -t
out of b-d. I lud IM appetite, and n;y
face wotild bif.ik out it!i plii.pK.. 1 buht
a t"ttlo of Hood's S.ir.s.Tp.irill 1, rnd oon
began t sleep si undly ; could gd up witli
out that tired and languid fetdin. and my
appetite Itnprcved." II. A. SAM'oKD, Ketd.O
" I bad been tiUifh tl!;lilel by general
debility. Last fprlii ilootl's SarsaparllJ.i
proved Just the thing needed. I deiUed an
liiintcus.- amount of benefit. J never felt
better.". 11. 1'. Milllt, l!to:i, Man.
Sold by all dru'Ms. $1 ; six for iX Made
only by I. IIOOI) & CO., Lowell, MaN.
100 Doses Ono Dollar
THIS 13 THE GENUINE I
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leM, NüUKALüIA, b3S enrol mot cases thsu
anytblng ever procribed. DIFUTHKRIA, tiOUi;
TIiIaOaT: nse it pronptly, delay 1 dn?cr.-n-,
FILTH, BLIND, BLEHDINO OH 11 C 1 lis'.?,
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IIUKN, TOOTIIACHK, EARACHE, bOKXEYZi4,
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Controls HEMORRHAGED, FEMALE COM
PLAlMf. ELEEDING Nose, Mouth, ütoraa?,
Lncs, or frcra any enrjo, storre1 p 1 07 ctiarr-,
I: is called the WOS'DER OF ll. HN-.i. Vszn rs
Txr.NALLT isn INTERNALLY, We have an er,
lancbc of tOKtlmor.irtif. ssond for onr book laU'.i:;.!
Kreol. It will to'.l yon all at-ont It.
IT I TNSIFK T'l CS 3 ANY rr.EPABtTlV TTCFr:
the (, MTJ12JE with oca iciüüuior i. I'r'.ca tr'jt,
KSD'aEXTCACT CO.. WVa u. fo. 'mil
IcaJifigKos.: 14,043, 130, 135,333,181,
Fcr Salo by all Stationers. '
f ill K3TSR2ROOK 57ClL PEM CO
WEAK, 13 ii ü EVELO PEP t PARTS
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D-.Wa9D A CO. LOLISIANHO
Just Close Enough.
"Htve a c'.0--c shave, fetr?'"
"'o, tbauks, not very clos-e. At leat not iaite
so Cose as tbe list l're-IJtntial e'-ycrloti "
Yotircorrc-f ior.denthad just encncs;d himself
lusurlOLHy in acva'.r lu tbe ntat birber j-Uop,
No. 1.3t9 Moreau street, St. Lojii. and w-is si liiug
into drcants, wli a tbe above in&fc ti u nnd tbe
Lerettary answtr broke tbo ;ell.
"Tijat ejection did ;o away do.va to th3 fk?n,
sir, ar.u no rntake." sil 1 Cirbir Copies, gently
lutbtcj: tte creamy lather through tac tou?h
stubble cn ny cnin; "I bad ha'f a notion ti put a
sin. 'election 6bave3,' outside of the door, tut
concluded not to.'
"lo chacse the subject," sa id I, '"if Fomebody
would Invent an airanaeiieat which would re
lieve Vatbtr Irora the fati.'ne of R-andln. and
ruuke hl;n as comfortable es I he man hj is hav
inc, wbat a blessing it would bi to tiie prolessioa,
"I don't ak tor cxpf-ct tl-nt." rer-lifd Mr,
row!e. bn; liot Iocs I bn 1 rtieuraj.;:a la
r;.y bacfc, ccd then s!?.nd:r) up at tb- cbalr by the
bour v.- s to v jh or. Iu bo t I hardly knew
what I should do. Liniments? Oh, yes; I tried
tiicH'tbincs ia all their varieties, and pvtes,
too, by the doucu. Good? did you say? No, tjy
trouMe vs tco deep tor then. Finally one d-ty
Mr. F. (t. raun:i7, of Msstbrcoli's Fhirmay, in
this city, recommenced L'er.r n'3 Capcine Ptas
tr. All rieht, fays I, I'll try tncs?, and so I d.d.
lle-pme? Weill should say they did. Dcpenl
on it there 13 sometblu? 6Cientiüc about t.,loe
things. Tbcy quieted the pain, warned my buck
inost pleasantly, and tn a short tlaae made it elas
tic acd etronz as ever. 1 venture to say that no
ctber external remedy oa earth can compete with
then. Rheumatism has eot to go when Benson's
rlasie a:? arouad, y raja: Xsix."
At fw müht u rj I ttie .Hf-tii sus.
r.' fltili t tin" b.-h.-ilrMl oflft-t of .1 re
I. able Ji:iie and in lwrant. Tb' ititi'iire
st lie of t!i I.: i.hl, the diT HUi'd itl.'t' dHM.
.nil tli we.il; ro:iiIlth;t of the b"ly, ca:iel
by IN l-'iu battlo slt!i the Cold, wintry
Hat'i, a!I r...ll for th rfitrv4. if ti!a!Ui.;
;üid rr.tntjg I: fttifnc.'s s. Jnppily an I
Hcfth i iy ( inliliu'd tu Mood's S tr-.ip 11 II!. 1.
'llo-d.s .tr:ipalill.i 4 1 i I t it a rr it doal
of h", I had ho particular di-.'.e, but
w."s tir-d o d frotu ocrwtU, :md It t tin it
im- uj." Ii;s. ;, i:. MMJliiN.-, Co!i t".. N. Y.
Tor seven ear-, sjifing atul fa'l, 1 had
MTofi.loti" kni't s coi:n old on my les. and
for two je.irs was not free from them at
all. I sulleivd ver liilieb. Last M.ty begin
taking Hood's .s.iix.ip.ti l!l. 1, and before I lfd
taken two bottles, the sores healed and tbe
hhl.til It ft lue." ('. A. AlSMil.n, Alliol I, Me.
"TlK-re is no blood piirlller i-juat to Hold's
Sarii'.uilla." I'm id s, leu liet.tcr, N.V.
Sohl by all IruMs. $ ; si for M il
only b C. I. HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mj.
100 Doses One Dollar
I TAtnoTTON. (la.. Bcpt. 12, lst. M7 little aon,
; liow seven years old, broao out whea a b.tbu tiirtt)
I weeks wltli wht tbe doctor (lied cezem, bopln
I iiWA 011 tbe bead Rtid ftriidually s:r-.Mdln over
I b'.s whole Lofy. Ho whs trettted for Uvs yir. or
t more by various rbyalclith wlt.'iotu rebef. aul
I the llttio boy 1 calm was completely broitea
down, About e year reo I wav indic I to usj ca
litru h Lwlfi'ti tryi-QUSc, at: J two bettle ( Ur"d tilrn
Four.u nil ti win, nr.a lucre r.s en no i?n 01
rctuu of the disease. F. O. HUL.'lili.
I'fttnontd ly Nnir.
t?one td?ht ytcr o I as In-truKtc t wit:
j'CisoTj by & nHbi) wao infctciel my bitw wltb
Mood taint. 'J he itaiethll.l r.n.:cri d h1oh uutll
It v6 nlout t.o yens ol t w'.ju Hi little H o w v
ylC.'Oed i:p to tli'. ferful j-.oa. I-or4.t Ie.:u
yearn 1 1ot-e atifterd untold iiiImty. I wn e v
ercd wltii fcoreinud u'.eer Iroia hea l ta loit, uai
lnmytrtAt cxtrcnilv 1 r 'TtyvA 1 dii. No Uu
KtiHke t tin express ur .'""el'.ns ol wöo ounnsc tl.esi
loux six years. I tn.l tin W. t inedlefl tfer.tm- at
s'tvcral phyJi tsn.s hu i -slvtiv trcnled inc. but t.
no turif)ie. I be Mrrcuiy u:. 1 p, uki n -etne I tf.
Aild iiit l to tao nvfnl flAiiiO which dcvourim
me. About ihreo nonth tto I v.vt ad v be I tn.trv
Hwtfi' 1 po f. vyZ-,?m'yMt-,' niv in ny
ci Gr We .. 'iS:V?V,.L V4 1 v eM : b ut
ao, n id ltd .P" ) X C.l iikn! rvlia! we
bope fr.ftln"' ' ' '' ' '.u l tpcat o
uoica fo; n.'i-dUal trf tnunt t:iat we were t m p.e
to t ry. Oh ! ihe evotiy ol Vmi mo.' -.i nt! Jl nut
Kill hi pp." m lt-''.n yanr reach, n:i x o yr tc
Sraplt. 1 urp'ied, l.owvver, to tlevc wbowir;
.tde cid wiii:i,o: t iicln me, nnd 1 'utv '.aio
.vrlfl't. J-d'Cii.c, and row tout;d nnd well oi:c,
more. :-vtlffi .rctt:4c i ti e bet t-'.ood iurl!le
tn tt e worl2, nnd Ii i' e et eilest t!es::i, u' tn1
He. M;j. T. W. IKK, Ureeavtlij. V.
A lrrssi!t fcr IWiSntv-flv Vars.
Ai l i p;-, , ?c;t. 8, lss. I ant ku oVI t bet
ram 1st, and La. 0 bad to do ln:s.ely w bio j 1 di
CP.ai'K for over twenty-five years. I Imvo d Alt lu
All ainds of b'cod pui iOcrs, and do no', t-c itno r
luy tbat h'wl.'t'a . tc:lic is tbe best, tn I v&s niret,
niore percral f aM?Rctifii tbau any other 1 ?.t
ever l.audltd. I.ait Tear r jouup stviii ut c -nie i'.
zvf Kmc m:r.(lAU-a tut covered v.itn sores. J
rLC'-ininoudcd S. S. He tool: culy tiu;'j .o'.tle
(ud ü c f crt dlanpji'flrcd, hie thror.t b.a'.t ! uj
and 1 Is !!n c"c?.:vw c;f, H!s ?ch v sriocdi.
scd resl: r.a tbat cf a cbUJ, and bebAstabie
ttu poinds. I fcarrcly kiicw httu whea ha r-.
'.".rccd alter eu atscnco cf --vcral wio. t'
claimed to be renewed In tksh acd pirit. A
nnra her cf ot:xr cases Ks iiiRlltusut L-ave t02".(
under my observation, aud ail with ibe txs: re
ui:s Kvtli'n hpeeite I an excellent etile, aa?
ns an antidote for malaria baa no i;;. rior. Man'
'adieu are usiug It as a tonic tor isfueril debility
nd nd it tbe most iitisf.ic'.ory onerier urd. )
bnve cc(u dealing in Swift's Specie for flvo year
er ruore. and am s.itisiifd thai I do uo: p'.aca to
bib on (slluate upon its cieilts.
(i. V.. PIXOS.
Trcatifeon r.'oo iand f'k!n Dtsoescs maih fr?t
THE ti'.VlfT hl'LUlFlU COMPANY,
w Indiana Law look.
Clarce. A new and practlcil treathe for
Juaticea of the Peaca, stttiag their dUci
r.nd showing thsrn ho-?? to ixscute then,
fslth all tbe acta relating to tha Jnstic? nnC
Ccr.!tab!t, About 5C0 pa-je?, toanä la
rtvle. only !S.C.
"larVv's La-sr of Ileal xrcrelj In Ind'aas
-.id (tosyeyftnceri .V.'ina!, Ji.CC,
.r.rt.r. f:r.:lrcf.d Lew? o! iLiftn R.id dtgeit
Kv.v.rf-L.e Court Icisicns. S1.-50,
?tatnie3 of Indiana, Revision o! lS7b. 3
vcIp., S3.1K) foriet.
U:nrke!3 IJanr.sl !oi County Conditioner?.
Auditore, Township Trustees, Eoad Paper
Intendenta and P.oad Master?, vjitn thi
Lavrs Governing thoa? Oncers,
ItxTjrjAl for ConBtafclej a Quid? tor that
fecend and Fonrth Indlf.n. Eej-crt ns
Gayin ÄHord Kt?tntf;, with Daylf, Hnp
plsrcent, 3 vcl?., $3.00 for get.
a?3nal for Tcrnanip T:n?t?e3 end Kcnd
ßüf'erintenöents, with tho lawj ta fare
ovcrninj thce oncers, 0 centx.
Lsw cf Taiation Concerning the a?83i
cif nt e.nd ccllection of taxes, fix.
Liv cd Eheritf a Ocmpleis Ä5nnjl fcrSher
Clrcaiatj foreilhEr ibf abov oeet fni
o'rhfed ou'd:5'!Msd. Addr'tt
71 & 74 W. 'Market St,
yf v:. ri oBtoros tho
W-COJJV- NA quick teller.
Üj-'A lijiitiTO Cure.
CKCASl I ALM Las ;i':".d F.n cuvbiMe
reputaticn wherever known, dissci:i? all oth?r
pieTBT10110- Jt is a crenmy ub'tan. A iAr
ticle in applied into each nostrih'ca .i.sin? uo piia,
pnd is fcrecab'.e to use. l'ric 5-.cent3 by iruil or
at Dr"-?i,irs- ?end for circnlar.
LLV CEOiafiS l?ru2Jis. Owe 30. N. Y.
VK'yFnrSV y?Hof.d, A 1 1 a y s
DO ALL u
Tirtr c;:i i.: vr:iiit?.
Show Wbft DsBari tneat
Vü ..:o vU pr'it.n
Pss tat 's't v ?un :ni a s,
STEELE! B2 viXUl
71 & 73 pi Street,
.. .- -.
1885 FQ3 THE TfER3 1385
Tho Lcccxni-ted Leading Djacontto
Kowspapcr of tho Kt&ta.
8 Päse!; 5G Coluiiins
Th;5 UrNt, iV.acJ (hi Wet kly
Id ?he WVit at oil!
Aa herto!cjrp, an nncornproniisl:: enetuy
cf Monopol!.! a whatever form app-ir'rti,
and especIal!yto lie sp'.rit uf Sdoly aj
embodied in tl's
rilKsjr.Nx THIKVINO TAl-If i'.
TO INDIANA ?;.HOCKAT3: Flute tnlcft ont
Ian r.unual prospectus you have achieve in . j i
ens victory In yo:r Mat; .t.d aided l-su r."::j la
l;9Ehrcrr!ux tho I.'atlotal Govtrr.u'r::t c.i.i e r-.'.-re
iA'.o Deiiiocratic baLtis. Yov.r trir.nip-i h .' Joia
as complete r yoar liUhlulnc-a throuj j tyty
Ic:ir years was v(oic.
In he lata (IcjiaIik as la former o:n.-s, taa
.-Sentineis nrm l;a L-eeu bhrc-d in th h;.it e
stood shoulder to Rhoulcr, ts brother , in the
ctinüict; vrt: vor' ask your band for the ooda
yt&r In cur ctleyttioa ot ihe victory.
Our coIueil? tlat ttuc vlcoromwitn t::, vnea
the tiht was onfwill t.ov, Kinw ticoi.'!.--'. .-.
be devoted to ti frt cf ?ce. U.i : - : ; 'i 'i
;.a'.ronacc the i-;;ntim:l wu! I: t ' . :1
ever to tiv-:aJ
vi.w w i w-'.vl-J bi tty LUJ lu.u'f l uj I
Tr;-3 rr.yr c-::r.; a
crrdtc U;::&hiti' I - and the ol ru; U -
2r.itie Nf.Moi.al f.d j-t.-b- e m;n:r.tM -.:
ln!y chrcr.K'.cdais wii as the cr-r .'.:. t ev, - .
the Ca.y. S
It Ccr.rticrci:' R?t1cs aal !Jrzi -; ;..:
vld b-j rf iU;lle t: J coiai-.tte.
Its Agriculture tad IIoso Depir'.'n-n: a
ihn ocei cl bnudj.
Pithy editor!". 3':UTt literary t rüv:t! an i j
iO:t2.!.I.: ciiacci iuy are as.uiod ftatur.i
It thai! be full J t'je equil ta vcueral luhT.
tton of any prpu In tbe lind, wh.Ie i.i i;s rK-.!ti
J3 Icdlauä aüir it will Lave no equal. 1:
end Kt:t be ctc-v -ted to ard reper?r.t InTiina'i
tnterets, i-oliil-.xl. Industrial nnd wnn , ua
Joreisu pnrer wl or can do. Will yon not ber
mis n re wr!i jcu uujj j itkc uuhj-.
ri n :
and niaie upcilb!
A cory ot thetantlnei S-icMcaent, cirln; full
PTOcecdlERs la Jratre Übel rAl, furoShed oca
new or rcnevinjifcnbscribr when desir; 1.
NTow ia th(tiin9 for every Dem
oornt 'tto in Ktato to suh-
rcribo for the Sentinel.
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Clubs of 30....
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0 'opy, Thiee Mouths..
Uu Copy, On' Mui.tU
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any infcriuxion a-.irJ.
prcit".N cuir ri'.t.y..
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