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t.w wm) Kfti Kt-ite Ayr.t, W .ri
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twMi'Mi c i v r ti to tht Collrctioii a: d Mr-
r-wr ' v f i'l t i Pi .
urna: ovzn morrow's stork.
n;'v.M: PtnTjii:r;,AtturnfTs
I J at Li, H'Micli.f fr, I n ili Ii . (..I-l-rtirt,
rill ".II b : tt nturml l'iiinr-it
rrrti pfiriijit ntti iitinii. 0 c i.p
Ptir. in new brick block. Lu ll 1C?
Bill? ftlll ft V & T.I'I. Attorney
it i.xw, Winchrtfr, In-limi", Vill
at t -ri l firomi't'f to t'ollertior. rol II
l.iinr- infrut-l to li:s crc. 1'IJic up j
liirt in it ion a! Uink liuildii p. t 'oriJ
Juor (rum iL comrr. vTnitf
17"ATTS X HITVNnl.l, Attorneys
Vf at f.iw an.l Ihiitr) Utr CUim
Aef.it. Winchrtir, Iii.li.in. (live i'e-
ril altrntion to rIUrtioin.
C1 r.O. . IIKlTi:, .M. I.. I I .vitiau
JT nI Surgeon. WiruhiJ-ti r , lidii.i.d,
Triilrrs hi pro(Vionat services to the
citizrrs of Winclieater anl vicinity. Or-n-:
At his Ueoi.Ience, corner o! Main
an.l South treeti the former residence
of Dr. Frr-uioii.
II. Tr.NNTI.I.. 31. I).. riij.icio
Siirroii, Wiitcliottr. Irxllittia,
"rilr hi i' ml-in nit -r if t tl.f t nizriis
of W in. he.icr .ikI iirroi.i Iii i i i. i ll) .
O:!. 4l Uli re-iaem, i l r ili k H.
StUK'.KON DP. NT 1ST. Wiiul.fMfr.Iri-rrp-d
fully t'lTtr his p'ritP
to ll.r people nl Kui!olf)l and j iiiup:
CMinitui. OiTht. KJ-t t'fle r I . Llic
iS.iinrc. irr Ilii hsrdron A lie! ! .. rc.
hrv lie i- f r p inl to trlurDi all kiiü
of Di nt tt opt rhtinti. i:17
I'P.Anil lMi I'lIYfilt'IAN,
Inf irini ih oil if n. of that tare an.l vU'inilr
lltkt Ir i rri J Ii u anl I a I i I i mr I uprm J.tlj
aiKwt-r all la bU balii. 'liri:e
rsiialt. I I !.!
ician and Surgccr,
llidsevillo, Indiana.
CH promptly tttiiutü to by lny or a t jrli t .
May l-i.'.l " ' If
Eclectic Physician & Surgeon,
KtT.futl teitdvr, hl profoiional ervlce
tf the t'ilitf t r"in lr ai J iriittty. He
HI;le i.'i-ul iiifi.ii.ni t i Ciirnuk Iii4f.,
..I .ii..:i f tin lifile ftrgm n. a nl Ke.
t'l I rm a ii rrt-.l u i;h l n r day. Charge
M .t-rti?. tni.llnlins irre.
vtfi a r Mi.-iiri .....r.iaviBw.rsa.
I .-nlii-l.l 1
Wifcea to inform the pnhMe that fee pays
f peci tl atteulion to
TTIye aiitl I.ar Surorv
anl SriU.KRY in pernral- Tlioe who
hive CrOSS EyOS defornntU of
nnr t haracttr, i- me a etil. Also atten
tion p4t.l to the malad ic tummuu to the
O.hoe or.tr Iii hardrou'a Store. Kcs!
Jt nee on K t.t sr t.
Januarj I?7c.
frm,rlyf LcncmSt W m,me Count, Ind..
tiflTtrs his professional f ertices in the prac-
.liiiniciM: A: $urrry
to the citireus of Winchester and surroun
ding country. From his former connec
tions with the Tuhlic Institutions ot the
F.it, and his extensive practice in the
West, hehores to merit a share of puhhe
ralronatre. rartii'-iiar attention nsnlto
of all kinds. He his associated with him
in practice
2rv.Ic of Iennison I'nirersitT and
fc'talinjr Medical College, Ohio.
OFFICE Over Koutu & UaLnister'a
tore, front room.
Wincuc.icr. Dec. 9, 1?C0. böd
JSitigcritic, Mntliann.
C. T. DAILLY. rmyrietor.
fJood Accommodations fortraTeltr and
Boarders. "nil
Xjrth-Kit Cor. Main and If:h S!.t
FareHetlucedtoTuo Dollars perPayv
p .
i rojnetor.
ea Ptrpot.i
Richmond, Ind.
Jalj it, t.3. Ijn3t
tum sum, ..p...... n, en
Dt VTÖV mi Tn -
, '" lu.i.uiuu. ;
i-t,J tf.
vor, ix.
l . C 1 1 Ksl 1 : K T A IN'-YAUl).
iChnr nuthoil. Prnnrictor
(Sunt.oito F. M il letraatit, i
Kerp on hinj Shor nod If rnrF Lrtbn
t M irk.f t Ii ice, inl JJ Cl) ( r l!iif
i. l it irk . 7 i'-.in
riioi.vdn, ' J .'. HÜTT
nrii.ran in
I T Tl ID Ar A. TI ,
(.. .1, l ily llnM Hlnck, NurtK Side
rnllirsimre, inhrtrr, Ind .
i. r. irEToi.J f l. f.. ircABTo
C I T Y INI I Li L S,i
llr. In H..nrii'l gll khnla of O r i n , Se.l ,
Vr.. V. We ,a th tiphrt pric-.
ix"l all .r nie tj the barrel.
Ci.fil n wallte. I. u32 t
Dc'tirrx in II kin., if
y j
flt. l o dn-l A 21". cult ura I liiii.Scuieiitü I.slh '
Mi.l'llp, (Vc.,Wf. . H'J-J
Kino irrfs and Cirriies to let. On
Main, just Noitli of Kraukliu Mrttt.
H. C. HUNT & CO.
No. HT Walnut Street,
ractory, IS Hammond .St.
June 1. &.).. -lyr
Boots Sd Shoes,
Hats, Caps, Leather nml I hidings,
Music, lDaiiiting-
Taught J
.Urs. .11. If. PORTER.
Lesions on Piano, Mtloilron and Orpaii.
Full instructions in thorough H iss. Land
sctpp. Oriental and (Jrecian riiintin.
t'ur ttrm. inquire at the lost Ollice.
J3oois iSb Shoes.
SOU r -tu ti line. In the Boot ami Shov l)iiirCM,
at Iii now tun.l, on Muiu street, two Jour?
lu;liuf IIcato.r$ .Mill,
TlianVt for pat favors hi nl.l patron, anil
solicit then to coiiMmip. .n uiT.t- new cu
oiur to rail ainl nee Iii t)le ..(work. For
rhaiics and wurkiuaLsbip he can not tc k
cvlle.l. . n3Cif
e.' V' ei H i
1 1
Of every lescription, neatly exccutrtl.
Jlrs. C. I. Mnilli,
L'p SiHiri first Floor, over Oirter!
old stand, vet Public Squan.
Xinettttr , Indiana.
r.vii) ron
Edmund ll-nglc,
in chest er, Ind.,
Insure property agaii:t loss or daniarc
Ibv fire and lightning in the followinc Com
pt iie. iz: Aefr.
.II INA, of II r t ford , Conn . , $ j,"?i2.5.'.0.9C
il.rtforJ.of Ilirtford, Coun, 2,34l,lJ3l.:ip
lt.. I Va. ' . -1, I on ri
ScuritTt of ytw York...... l,:n.3t).1.5.1
;rndrrritrr Agency of N. y. 3,iMG.5.'.5,24
Western, or U iffalo, N. y. . )H,.'17
Connecticut Mutual Lifc 20VXH),Ol)
Travelers Life and AceMpnt, 1."(KMICH
Klectie Life, of New York... 2( Ht.iHHI
Are you Insured ? If not, why not? The
cct i trifling. I)eli.s are dangerous.
Or FiC-r. -Corner Meridian and bouth
treets, with W. Ü. Krazcc.
Julj j,l-U tf
Woolen Mills !
I We te 1M metho.l to iaf irm the p'iMif that,
' hT ii c I' ! r h se. I he al e factory . w e art n w
pr-'j-ar-'-i i oo an fcino ui oofii maiiuiactu
rn.jf on Url notice and in ?ood si) le.
Ilitinr en the srvicesof a Xo. I Kell
t'ar.li-r. e are jTej.ared lo war.ut all wurk. iu
Itiia Hue.
Mr.EI.IIIt: S.MITiI iet!C3CPl to do onrspln
ni. .an. I i.ein? an oM pinn-r, prfrct tv jrrr
tu, epcctt b rxcallcJ b) Couc io tLl
'r-iacli ol the tuin-.
IIa it ii fact i v i 11
'rtff prepared to do all kin At ot Vatrifactu
rlnf .1 ii t'a ;i. aiu! oliall arrant ou r ork not
I icffllr,l dj jnj. u.e itie Blue Star
Warp,tu ut luaue. '
ruIIiucColorinsnnd Cloth Hressins.
! WrtrV in thiiiinc Jona oa siort notice and in !
I lj l. j
11vi'l!;,e,"l,,'J lh "' ofMr.w.x
AI KKNs.a vr.ortuch workman In both lhorT
.i. - . .i.viiiiii.uiurui.aiiii f lUl.i j
(.ran - faii work. i
n.l ..'II.. ..
fcjie an ei'jfin in connffiloa jth opi
wtfrtwri.irt 0 .hatl not b dflaj ,1 , but
ballrua miUlauJ Jaj if nacessar; to Uo the
Wood, Wool or Wool CIrcaae taken in
aCichange for Wotk.
.10,000 Ihn Wool Wanted
fo-r hltb the MjEit prlf will b palttln CaH
Of it har -r-l for th bei! Int ofeooil Intha
roant . cnit;nr f an.a tittt..taiiner(
anl roer!tit, nlankrlt. Ilalt flrrrl,t ck
fr all th trork I n tki. and ad
jojnlarfBU,butwoul.lal. aUberalpatroD-
ar-. lry. makris d uowkh.
tala(ijort,.r'd.lfC.. 15
W 1 1
When Patby !i the mttlrf nn,
Ite wunjf Ui rjth and homeward ran,
hmt -inwn, ,1 rank of hit )uarti tii.l .aid.
.My work it Jone, I'll jfot' bed."
".M work i done !' retorted Joan,
My worH I, doneVy our roiitant tone;
Ruthelj.lcii onian ne'er can isrt
Her work I ilone, till jjlrinfiit liar.
Yon ineii (in !-rp at nifV, but we
.Musttod." Vi,.,StJ f,u!t is th t" nu.-.th he.
I k-or yiMir men i.i i. jr." Ji.nl' replied.
"I'.'j; ir mi t ii.tri'e !i ill not be tied;
I w tl I poti and let ) ou know
h it e wr.iiia ii In v e to .1. ;
Hrt in th" niori.inr lhouj.li wc f"t-l
A ifk .Irufikar.l when they rrI
Ye.. leeiHh pain In tiark or head
. would c'o.tine joii mm to heJ
r lj the trah e I.-l I trte broom,
Wcu'r Ui heil ami rljtM 'lie room;
Hi" cows nui-d next le m.Ilie.l and then
V c pet llie bieak lat for Hie nien.
hf' tiii ilo he, with w hi in per in; eric
Ai.d t. r i -1 1 1 1 . r I. air. i'.e children ri-e;
Ti.ce ituitbe lr'ed ai.'l doed with rue,
And led !...1 II berau f jou.
f i.vxl" lit re larby .crulelit tl Iiis bead.
And ftole ntf rrn ii. Ming to his be 1;
A i.d iiil "uid. a oi he run,
Zoiiml! w.inmii'icliicX ii nevff done."
At euily ilawn, ere I'lio bus roe,
Obi Jniiii ri''.imed her la'. e of woe."',
hen l'arb) t Ii u --1 "II cii.l the rtrlfo,
lie y mi the tnnii and I llit wife,
l'uk on the .ythe niitl mow, while t
V ill all jir iM.Mifd earr. supply. "
'('onlfi.,.l" 4t.oth Joan, "ti e me niystlr.t;"
Thi I'arhy did, and ont be went.
Old Parin ruean I t.i.'d the broom.
And w hirled tbe dirt about Die room;
Which harinj tlone, he Beirre knew bow,
Nu hied to milk the brindled rW.
Th: brindled tow whikcd round her tail
In D.irbxs eye nid kicked the p.iil;
The clown, t.erplexrd with Rriel and pain,
Swore h..'l ne'er try to milk ajciln;
When tiirninproiind, in tad amuze,
lie his cntlyjje in ablaze
For as hi tbaiicnl to brush the room
In carele?. hate, he flretl the broom .
The Are at last subdued, he swore
The broom and ho hold no-el no more.
Prerl by misfortune and perplexed,
Iiarby prepared for br?.ikfat next;
Hut w hat to rt ho srarcely knew
The bread was spPut. lh; butter, loo.
His hands bedaubed with paste and flour,
Old Darby la Ö lied full an hour;
Hut, luckTen w ijrht! thou cou!dt not make
1 he brtad take iorm of !oal or cake.
As erery door wide open stooJ,
In pushed the sow in jCOst of food;
u! tumbling onward, w ith her snout
O'ersctlho churn- the milk ran out.
.As I?arby turned, the sow to beat,
Tho sipp'ry cream betrayed his feel;
He raucht the bread trough it. his fall.
And de-w n rime Darby, trough, and all.
The children, wakened by the clatter.
Start up and cry, "Oh what's the mhtter?"
Old Jowler brkf'd, mid tabby mewed,
Aftdhule;s Darby bawled aloud,
'Keturn. my Joan, ai heretofore,
I'll play the housew ife's part no niorc
Since now, by sad expeiieiice taught.
Compared to thi ie; my work is tntfelu;
Henceforth, as business calU, I'll take
Content, the plow, the sy the, the ruke,
And never ni ire tranress the lino
Our late have murk ed, w hile thou art mine.
Then, Joan, re tu m, as heretofore,
111 ki jour honest soul uo niote;
Let each our proper task attend -
Forgivo the past, and rlrive to mend."
A Coachman's Story; Or "I
have a Reason for It."
"You'll take a glass of brandy,
coachman?" said a gentleman, get
ting down from tho Sutton Stage
conch, a it stopped at the "Bell aud
Cuckoo Inn."
"No, thank you, sir," was the re-
The traveler looked up, wondering
if he heard right a coachman refus
ing to drink, hut seeing nothing hut
firm re-olve in the honest faeo which
met his gaze, and ns the cold sleet of
a March evening made it no fit pluce
to hold any argument, he shrugged
his shoulden aud hurried into the
Some few new passengers entered
the coach, and the horses cantered on,
clad no loult, to make the best of
their way home to the stable.
"It Is not often a person like you re
fuses a glas, coachman," Said a gen
tleman kitting hy his side.
"Why, no, sir; hut then you see I
have a reason for it." '
"Yes, yes, no doubt," said tho gen
tleman; "I hope you will not think
me rude in taking notice of such a
"On, no!" was the reply, and, then
f.fter alongpausc,"! have a reason
for it."
The silence was kept for perhaps a
mile, varied only by the shrill noises
made from time to time by the driver
in urging on his team. But it was
suddenly broken by the coachman
saying, "There was a time sir; when
I could not have refused that glass
ah! aud worse luck to me when I did
not try nor whh to refuse it; but it's
many years since then, oh, oh!"
lie looked over his shoulder to see
who were the outsiders before he be
gan, for he was not a man w ho would
have told all his troubles in tne mar-
ket-place. There was no one nearer
to them than those who were at the !
back ofthe coach, and seeing that the
open face and fearless eye of the gen
tleman who sat beside him, told of
heart within which could part feel an
other's sorrows, he went on "It's
manv years ago I drove the Liver
pool coach then, not a short stage
til-n f lila.! I ii.rn wu no riil tlwiri
..-c . ... I
and we did almost as.velikeil then.
carrying sometimes very great people,
and sometimes just the reverse; you
"Coming home one beautiful spring ;
day I had a good load, and beside me i
sat a young man one of the Talbot i
family, aud they be great folks in that
part of the couutry. Ho was full ofj
spirit, and had just come home front
China, and w&s on his way to Iiis
father's hall. Ifo had got all the
boisterous spirit for fun of the navy, j
w here he served as an officer.
"I-Iold Fast To That Which Is Good
"I'vory j!ace we topr.ttl at he;cln-k pillowt-.l my slmuliler.
call il for mtu, w.rne fr hirnolf and She was look in ut int i'io li-tant
me fur in, for I 1 i:x 1 not
1 tl.oti Iik rofi: till -it 1-i-t w u. ni
h.r.fi. r.r fri.tii fcn!...r fiir.ii.-ii o. m ti v
would have conidered we were but
mMlerate. Things went mi in this hviul cIomt t hers, she said: 4Trorn
way till we got near Stuirml; by thi j ,m OIi? tiling only one. I know
time we were singine and .-houting, ll,M,ut bow your troubles came;
and what few people We pased on the
road stood to stare as the four greys
liouiidcd along, tearing such a loud
"The evening was coming on, and
a fog was fat settling on li !d and
river, so that we could not see far be
fore n. when in tunilnga corner of
front of us with two children, the
m. a a i i .
. ,,.,,,, t'u, .,
loiiusnrieK, me coaen seemen lojump
thero-.l I don't know how it ban- "wt lromiM'." And then he aid, "I , , . i'"y'"J ' """"Til"""" $tn
IUC rojo, 1 oOii kiiom lion it nap i f ini"htv revenues." been "iven t the in tnrf irtnie of in n L ....
i.nf T ntirnva il.ii.r- viiiinif Tnt. ! shall (In. hni'i'V now. ' i " ' , ihuiimh ioiik m.ini.i.tct in in inn, Roon. f.cto.t lroit
ibotuas reaching to get the reins as I was rising iu hate ami terror when ! Tut yourself in Ins Place," dra- , urM ts . r u, m:u)X
headed me many times to drive; she s.ke of dying, but she hell my matied by the author, i to be brought Vluubymany mills and bhtst fc.r-. Thild fa-fct trotting
i... si... ... r ... o, I., heatl down to her, ami looking with out by John Clarke ami IM win lWdi. o:ce have been put into pr.-etical op- 5:(V
I'llIXT". t'Ui 1 itl" - !! lit I "Mi - 1 .... ' '
i s I
inn ue luab a i- nit., i uiuii i -
overall impediment, and then theK"v'11 ber face. A gleam of sun-
frighteneil horses seemed to lly for
very life. We might have got into
town Kifely, but just iu ur way was
n narrow idl bridge, and there the
road curved a little. I had lost nil
power by this time over the horse,
and in turning over the bridge, down
the coach came with a crash.
"When I came to myself, I found
the night had gone, and it was noon
next day; I was in bed, and the first
face I saw was that of my wife, for
we lived near there then. She looked
anxious, and I could see the marks of
tears on her face. "What's the mat
ter?" I cried, and tried to leap out of
bed; but I was held down, and gently
told what had happened how the
horses had taken fright and overturned
the coach.
"There was not so much damage
done as might have been expected;
young Talbot had gone on home with
a broken arm; the rest of the passen
gers had proceeded with coach, sha
ken aud bruised, but with no bones
broken. But there was something
more I wished to know who was
that I saw ii. the road with two chil
dren? whose shriek I had heard, ami
still could hear ringing in my ear.;
that news they tried to put oil" till an
other time; but it would not do, I was
determined to know. And I soon
knew too much. It seemed a man,
with whom I was Well acquainted,
had been taking his f.miily a walk in
the cool of the evening. lie was a
man respected by all who knew him.
And iu a moment we were upon him
as we turned the road, and giving
him only time to scream, he lay in
the dust bruised bleeding dead!
"It was but the work of a minute
to dress and hasten down-stairs, de
termined to see the family of the poor
man. His cottage was not far from
my home, and I was soon there; hut
what a sight! The blinds were drawn
down iu every window, but the bright
sun was shining outside, and the early
llowers were stubbing the garden
which led up to the door. I entered
the house. There, hushed into still
ness by so great a calamity, were the
six c hildren whom I had defrauded of
a parent. As I entered, each eye was
turned upon me; they looked more in
sorrow than in angry, hut their wan
cheeks blanched by a sudden borrow,
made tne strong man quail.
"In the chamber above, the dead
man lay, calm and white; he was
washed and laved our. ready for the
coroner's duty. His wife sat upon a
chair by the bedside weeping and
rocking herself backwards an 1 forward.-;
all you could hear were her
sobs, and now and then, 'John, my
poor John!' And I had been the
cause of all this; had I been sober but
drink, that cursed drink!
"I was not at the coroner's inquest,
for that and many months went by
before I knew anything, or any one;
summer had mellowed into autumn,
and the snows of winter had found me
insensible to anything goingon in the
world. I had received a severe blow
on the head in the overturning of the
coach, and that, with the great quan
tity of rum to one who drank but lit--tie,
added to the self-condemnation
which I heaped upon myself when I
saw the mourner and her helpless lit
tle ones, had been too much for my
brain, liut how had I got out of my
bed after such a severe fall? Why by
will a strongdetermined will which
would almost in such circumstances
trample upon impossibilities. Hut one
had carefully tended me during that
longtime, and often had 'she (my
wife) to bear with me, when in the
silent watches of the night, I hail
heaped curse upon curse upon my own
head for the wrong I had done. Hut
no one had heard me but her; she had
carefully guarded me, so that uo one
should know my secret.
When I come once more into the
air, with halting gait and hair prema-
! turely grey, she it was whose arm up
held me; it was her voice who sung
to me and cheered me, and although
another had occupied my place upon
the Liverpool coach she it was who
read the story of the ravens who fed
the forsaken prophet; and the glorious
Sermon on the Mount.
liut she had worked too hard, and
as I got better, she fell ill, and then I
had to care for her; but before long I
knew although no one had told me
that the time of parting had nearly
The sun was sinking to rest; the
day had been fine, and the hills in
the distance were just flitting their
shadows over the landscape; the sun-
6hlnc just came upon my wife's head
as I held her up in bed, with her
' ootintry, we ou'l t-c' from our win-
ilnW :i!nl ft ili.l litif M-I I1I til llofifi
! an v t hi ii i' Sho lind ii. .t so. i!cii for
;-"-' time; .but ' at la-t pulling my
! .v,,;1 "ld me.iv.-r and over again when
YOU were ill; promise me Voll will nev-
ertaste of that glass agaLi-will you
I haten-d to vow, but she pined '
her hand upon my lip-, "No oath,
no oaths," she said, "only prombe.
1 ,
oo t ..... .-r.nexoM ir,y . ee,.
into my lace l saw tne eyes
' truiit ' l' 'Tiihfi H'liilai tlii tiKirliii 1 i 1 1 la of
m sr , s
- "v:: . , ,
- - - -j - -
shine brightly shone into the room,
and then faded as nuicklv slie was
gone, and 1 was alone.
So you see, sir, if I refuse a glass of
i liquor when it is ofleied ine, I have
reasons for it."
a uoi.i), Tin i: yii:w.
The Christian Union, iu discussing
"The Fifteen th Amendment," gives
an able historical review of the causes
that have brought it about. The ar
ticle concludes:
The Fifteenth Amendment Is the
boldest avowal ever made of our faith
in the safety in self-government.
Give men a chance, educate the man
ly side of character, leave them free,
ami iney win name netter laws anu
better policies than can be made for
. a a . . a
them by thinkers, philosophers, or
the wisest statesmen, acting as gov -
crniug clas. Upon one side of the
continent are pouring Asiatic emi
grants, on the other Eurönean, while
already the Afric.iu largely tosses sea
the land. Ye have thrown our laws,
our government, our policy, our
wealth and our civilization under the wtie lately shipped from San Francis
power of their miscellaneous vote. It eo to the Fiowerly Land. .
is a. sublime declaration that Itepub- j . ,.-t.ttt 5llV4.,ltr4P i.ns nafent-
licanism Is not a sectarian govern
ment, but is the one rightful univer
sal government! No government iu
this world is safe. liut self govern
ment is the safest. Human nature is
not wholly trustworthy, but is far saf-
er when trusted than when doubted.
Human nature is, after all, the one
thing we have to build one. lake a
field, it mav raise weeds or it may
- I lli.ll, Ut llil (.UlllI'VlllU IU CUVUl llimi 1 ,.l r 1 ...111 ..I.
produce wheat, according to the cid- ikld in a home market, and shipping ! ,1(,w, the room is fragrant with south-
tivation given. The American doc-j There is an infatuated native in In- j uiiroad our raw material ma.iufactur- j 'rn lhwcrs-Large milk-white African
trine is: "Trust Human nature, and dia who has sat cross-legged on a pile J Vi) lillie-; roses a Nightingale would stop
then see "that it is kept worthy of of sharp stones for seven years, sup-j (;rPat good has been accomplished j to worship, cipe jo-amiucs audcame
trust!" j posing it would improve his spiritual i,orctfUIX. bv county and district ag-1 ,ius wi,h tlu ir U'y havc?-
Forourselve, we look forward to condition. riculluial societies, but thev arc rapid-' Tliraugh the open casement Fteal
' I I F -a.. rla.f-ta- 1..
the future with confidence. Univer-I
sal sutlrage is logically consistent !
with our organic truth, congenial to !
w " ;
human nature in political associaiion,.!
1 . . f 1
ami, as we nrm.y ueueve, saie, auu
fruitful in good.
The great want of this age is men.
Men who are not for sale. Men who cl lor iy ine iaet uiai ine gum is
are honest, sound from centre to cir- j l1 on the back of h s head."
cumferencc, true to the heart's core. xiie Providence Journal appropriate
Men who will condemn wrong in v feays of t,e McFarland alhtir, "it
friend or foe. in themselves as well as WJ?re wejIf i( ,,e wj10it, alIUir from be
otners. Men who-e consciences are Ki,inirio. t( en,jf could be bbtled from
as steady as the needle to the pole; ref.0ijecljun jotever."
Men who will stand for the riht if the
heavens totter and the earth reels.
Men who can tell the truth and look
the world and the devil in the eves, j his natural one's sent sky ward by an
Men that neither flag nor flinch, j explosion of h s soda fountain.
Men who can have courage without; M;.ce and Heenan are to travel
shouting to it. Men in whom the through the country, this summer,
courage of everlasting life runs still, an,i s,ow j10W jt was done at Neu
deep and strong. Men who do not j Orleans, under a canvas. An elegant
cry nor cause their voices to be heard j tent has been prepared for them.
on the streets, but who will not fail
nor be discouraged till judgment be I
stt in the earth.
Men who Know their message and
tell it. Men who know their places
and fill them. Men who know their
own business. Men who will not lie
Men w ho are not too lazy to work,
nor too proud tobe pior. Menwho
are willing to eat what they have
earned, and wear what they have paid
lhe liouisviiie LommrrcKU sav
"U'ts always safe for a Democratic
itor to abue Governor Morton. In
no other way can he better emphaiZe
nisuexoiioi. touereen. in no oiner
manner can he more h!-hlv mm.!..,
mend himself to the leaders of hi, i
party, lly no other device can he
more certainly dispel any doubts as to
his continued ami eternal fidelitv to
ic party, damn Morton. Are news
scarce, innic few. tmlitica doll, news- i
.. .
papers tame, D-niocrats uisgusted,
give Morton a blizzard. '
Many of our readers and business
men will open their eyes when we
tell them that the Chicago Tribune
asks and gets twenty-two thousand
five hundred and sixty-two dollars a
column per year for advertising, and
the business men oi that city uo
r,f iioilf-ifi. Irir.ir tlic nr. !
a. .
v. ... r-rf ,
They calculate that every dollar ,
they invest in judicious ad vert lis-
Ing, adds at least five dollars to their '.
income. Certainly it ia that those i
who have advertised the largest have
met with the greatest success.
lostcau-e. I) cs the Democratic "Jtilerson! That don't looK no more j ties in inuiana, tun vouueeiing im oil na.i i,e:a ior XI. ere on your lt
ßtow weary an.l faint, ,.HeU Into ' uw ' I . . V "... - iVTt vü W. -7wrf -ii:
j .. T .. ... me' ' i lllu i.nii'ii. - i.i.it inv iiiii. i iv i'i...i- , ..... . -
. Does the Democratic snirit Inc- . .. ...... c.u-t r von v a: the u ht. fur fl-Mir,.
g and falter, denounce Morton. Do a fashionable tailorof Pittsburg ha l oT ouT Cil-V :,lT l',r J p.V.i.fufiy y..n prtyf.urlips to thecoM
.... .....! i. thcholding of cxhiliitins like tiie one i--,u-f irri.. I .t.-i i
-igiis oi iiciuorauzation anil iteatu lor- iH.en sueI for obtaining money uuoer , ' , i T . : ., . ..
i " . , .. , ., T. . " ; . contemplated by this Jndan:i:oh ! V bat i it to y.,u t the s:ir.l,iac
bode the dissolution of the Democrat- f,i. nretene-. fading to make a suit 1 J . . ....... ti. ... ,. .. . . .
I S70.
a i.l. sours or i vii A;ii iiis.
"AVhat'rt in a name?" k tU rs of the
! Admitted to the Xev York b.;r-izin
and milk.
What an asthmatic artist can draw
a long breath.
Dr. Hawkins, a blind chemUt of
i ':"aoeipuia, luvemw euna aitrm
Anna Dk kinm's rejrted quarrel
vith'her i,,tetile. is Mvletl a private
rehearsal of "lireadeis ahead."
4, i a t , t
ilhani I'nllcn Hryant styb Tind-
ml,.,, ...i.irn..
Agassi, intends vi.-iting Fort An-
d,-,,t, Warm, .,.m,.y, Ohio,
fii Mlfl . s(.ilIlti,;.. .-x, dotation
susceptible negress died of
ig the
ATI.. Lwil.ld fflittt a. aw III
- a a w
A Colorado editor plaintively pleads ,mj paying woil.ing order. The ma
"(Josh dang it! send us more girls."' tt rial being found iu abundant quan-1
The San Francisco school maims
are going to vi.it Gotham.
Out and in.
Prince P,onapare has!
1 "Ia ' '"..j
been in liquor evtr since he got out of
A young New Yorker lias iecent!
wedded his father's mother-in-law.'
A New Orleans steamboat man has
blown out his brains because his salary
was too small.
A St. Louis paper avers that a man's
.in.iii. ictu n. i.h.i iiir "iiii.vriLiaiii.ii ail
. a ii!.. f . . r
uw.u .wuiu:i.i ..j
the brain." That isn't fatal this way.
j Horse racing is dying out in irgin-
; ta antl the Ihciimond papers uiuuiu
,1,,. 1i..,,(.lu.rut.v of the tinies
Hartford cr New Haven which
.shall be the capital? is the question
among the Connecticut legislators.
Seventy cases of Chinamen's hones
aiä V.UIIIIVV.IH.U .- ..... 4
ed an improvement on pennies for
dead men's ees.
Hoot, Hogg and Dye were three;
, nameson a Wilmington hotel register,
one day iat Weck
A Chicago man was so mad at find
ing one of his employes in his
,..i i. t. i. ..I.. .I
i... r..u n...i,...i t .,..
li null imt;iii r nun v . . .a ,
., .,:.., f
lnvil.tioll tü a lKtrtv in Minnesota.
i. IW'JII llll.ll "II' Ml'... I hH .1.. I
.. :...-.f. i .:n. ,i. ..i...
ouuii; ii.u iiivviiviiu ..iiii iii; 'ii-ai-
m.c oflhe gatll(jrin ,lV cxniing a
- "
Ml of oudl.r itl lhe cvIIar,
A cotemporary says: "The peculiar
expression of George Wadiing-on's
mouth, as represented iu the new
postage s'amps, is only to be account-
I i i y a. a. I
A New Haven dniggit is having
some artificial teeth made to replace
The Japanese have no hack drivers
to quarrel with. They travel in can
go. A can go is a little b lilding, like
an inverted hen coop with the slats
knocked oil, in which a man sits like
a wedge.
In view of the fringes, cords ami
braids that areu.sed to make up ladies'
dresses now a days, would it not be
proper to say the lady was "elegantly
upholstered" rather than drescd?
Oreely says he can't remember that j
it ever occurred to him "tint it ,va,
:,ri,, ,r ? . "a !
desirable to prove the conductor ofj
.some oiner journal a knave, a lod, a
. a . . .
h ri( or a nmanf y ,ike,
.... he ... oftrn ...... fh. as-ertioii i
' F
"JelTerson, you say?" was the re-
reen while complement-;
in tl,e Trtrit on a ten cent stamp,
()f clothes fit.
. . ... .. I
4,. rennsvivanta bacneior inusi
gets after lovely women: 'I impeach
. r . .j
her in the name of the great w hale of j
the ocean, whose bones are torn aun- j
dr to enable Her to keep straight. 1 !
impeach her in the name of the pea- i
cock, whose strut without hi penni- j
sion she lias stealthily and without j
honor assumed. I iinrieach her in the j
a. . t a t 1 I
name oi tne horse, w no-e tan she nas ;
norvri teil from its ue to the niakin-- I
x - -
of wavy tresses to decorate tho back of j
the head and neck. I impeach her in
the name of the kangaroo, w hole
beautiful figure she, in taking upon
herself tbe Grecian bend, ha bi ought
into ill-favor and disrpnte."
- . . a I . . T . 1!...-. ll.... . . I . . a..l1. . . a a
I " T.xT.il ..!- nf -it .in in t-M'i u I.. ' I i'Ii-:Hi Htl mat IIS t-;,PC IU lMV-l
:o. tii.
Tili: iMMWArol.lS r I It-
Oinrr. or Iihumph AcY, Mrrn'i )
a ii M .ii i. .VM.nuiii',
Im N-ri.'t M 3 1- J
r Mi:. I'l'imi:: Ir:i r SirIf r.nt in
j trnding njion yo'.ir va'uald' itee, I
' !i sre to ca!i ytmr att tit i n to the fu't
that the cit i.eii of Imlianaj-oii. have
j organized a joint -to k a-oeiati ui un
di-r the name of the Indianapolis Ag
r.( uiuirai, .Mecnatneai u.ti n. rw. u.-
tund A.-M.ciati..n. having in view the '
better promotion of all the inilurial
art- but ,lln,v lrialiy Indiana auTI-,
. culture. Moek gr nig. him! manuiac-j
tUUS lly Ul rKi'nl ,li'aVt (,f.
V:i!iable n..-il ti. 1.1 in V...!. r., n.l
. .. . .. .. .
elation, with capital motlv from
without ti e State, attracted hither bv
; our va,t luituul r,-M,OTc,S
ore of various setts exi-t in nearly
-.-ry fuunty; gla w,,;ks are being
started, one at (i-ieeticastlc, and ettc in
.,..'. ....
ai... .. a.. ... 1 . . v . a
, tins ru ni an ii.iuii 10 nie present
. .
... .1. . .. l.:..l. .. .. ..... : e .1
. unis. wmeii .lie now 111 Mieeesiuii
tities in u peculiar sandstone abound -
in in 1".... Washington, Madison
...1. a...... : :.. .. ot.. ....: i.
v o
purpos s, another of nature's products,
seems not to have been "made in !
I need not in this letter, refer
i to other classes of maiiufaeture. grow
; ln-r out r natural advantages be-
1,,I,-,, 'l, K,,i- w uut
are being almost oady .brouglit to
light by the energy and industry of
; rr((f y T CoXj lte c;t..,jnint AII
- a .
men ox obscrvati.ui mut oe aware or
! Uq f.ut that Imliaiwi Is raj idly ad-
; valuing in manufactures, and, ere!
; long, will be regarded as one of the
foremost man ufaeturing State-. Great
er attention should be given to manu
factures in wood, such as carriage,
wagon woiks, furniture, and especially
to plows, reapers and mowers. While
very few of the article-; in these classes
are being made in our State, we are
furnishing an enormous quantity of
the raw material in these departments
for Eastern factories, they returning
the same to Indiana as their sale
jround. Thus our people are paying
freight both wt.ys, with the pre fit of
! Manufacture added. Not only this, Mut
we raise the grain and provisions with
which the workmen in thecal sub-ist,
: living, in elici t, another freight,
' wnereas. oy noiiie mauuiaeiuie. e
i.i t . i . r ....
! nav none, using the products of our
1 v civing wav to i ,int st ick a ,cia -
.J v
ton, managod bv private means' in -
I denindent of State, c iimtv or mnniii
j - -
j pal aid. The former are ftiiing by the
I . . . . .....
o!d adac, 'Wliat's every body's bust
j nes is no one s. ' joint sIock aso- ;
; ciation, though cloe coip iration, !
are nevertheless organized and cu-;
ducted for the p'tWie !oot, and tend
more to public advancement, for ike!
n aon that a few men manage their i
: ir.tirs for the "love tlu-y bear" to the
eutertirise, without the IVf'.on m1
üknnr or large ofiicia! salaries. Thev
can and ofler and pay larger promt
urns. The ditlereiiec in the managing!
. . , , i
expen-e octween the two modes of or-
ganization, and the future prospects of
stockholders' gain, induces and juti -
lies the excess of premiums and vigor
, , , . r ... . .
ofthe management m .avor of the lat-
tor over the old practice.
Our Indianapolis As-ci ition is
composed of more than one hundred
..... . . ,
ofthebest men, pecuniarily and so -
chilly, in the country. Among them
we have the leading bankers and
manufacturers. The stock owned bv
,. , , , . ,. ,. , . . "
anyone individual is limited to ten
shares of twenty-five dollars each.
The capital stock of the association
is twenty-five thousand dollars, but
, , ... , .
may (and doubtless will i be increased
to one hundred thousand dollars, with
a view to more fully accomplish the
end sought to be attaiand, viz: a com-
i plete development of Indiana's re-
sources, and specially tho natural ad-:4
vantages of the capital as a rahruad i
,...t,.r Sf.ite Canital In.li.inin-1
,. .' . 1 i(1 , h, n.o I'm.
"1'tand-second to none in tl e I n- j
ion asa commercial and manufactur-,
(.lt. h lh.,lituto of water!
llH 1
...,. nii ,,Ilf,..(.a so-calle 1) vet
j li.t - ' "
bv the energy of her citizen, and her i
l Ulla -w.tv.ia-J i
. . ... . !
geograpmcai a.iwtui.i,. .s
greatest rail way center in the MorM.I
Twelve dl-tinet railway line, enter
her Union Depot, rcach;ng r pene-
trating eighty o. the ninety-two eoun-1
rea-onab' asure the liighest hope.
T....r. II.. .. . ..
ju.-pireu c ine-e au.autaget ,ur :
Association has determine I to !n,!d ?
. ,, , . j . .
out all reaonab.e luduconu uts mot ;
without a reward; to all fruit grower,
faT.tr-, mechanic, stek grower-,
arti-an, an i other, to vi-it oar State
and capital on tbe öth of S ptemVr
next, and haveotTWred a well arranged;
premium lit, amounting to more than j
a a a a a
i.im in cah, gold, silver ami bronze ,
i!j Tl.ft mo.!-.! nm iimifn1 n
...v .
their cost, not including diplomas. !
AmoiiL't he inducements nre-ente!
by this Association, in addition to
t. . i , , a w , , .
thoe herein above Mated, I desire to j
call the attention of your readers tn a
, , , ' , 'tamp Morton," commencing
tdone lint hem" viI.imIiIi f.ir i.fhor... .... ......
P. VTr.a.
I .... a, w
.... '.Jlvl
. .
: . i
.. .
Li-. u!r let i! r .',- . .
'.;? r r . r r
Advertise in tho Journal.
5 o,r.
( I it.
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-1 ?J .v: ... J-
, or m r ,?.., r :
v rk fr-, in l --.., f t
rr-,. if .., ... i. ,i . !
' o'.a.r , wlii, U will i.rvMMi In!cx
to tlio wl.i.Io l of j riz; ll -rl;
li'-t Cullvvtion ift:i:
.'.U HliJ
h t oiitction rf fruits of a!l Uuh.
ilver initial and r?".
Second U t collccfion of fruiti (d all
kiml-s, fil vi r medal jm;1
- ; j.t. j, (,f :,pph.f f,
- lte-t to!h ctlon .f gri i n huu-t t.!.t:it
,;iv, r un d.;: r.nd : i.
I)Cvt e 11. etin f fruit exhibit! by
anv cmnty Sri ty, 5C.
Vil,vt tTiiilu tallltm,
r.t. te-l pacing tallion,
IVtot p.-uing horse or marc. $J0.
. . . '
i l.l.M trolling liulo t tUUX
horrc cr
horse cr marc.
Several other one hun!r;d dUnr
premiums nreotTcicl in the live stock
.".nd geological th p irtrncnt.
Appropriate premium nf like im-
R,0 , mor,mI(.3!
- . , . ,, .
hoc; art and mic. dlancous drput
men is.
The State IIr.rd of Agr;c;-.::-jnsT..-.Trt
kinuly permitted our AWnt.nn thu
M i llf thiir l'ilir (1 round 4 "Pimi.
; Mi)rt,M) fn,m thp M f .or".rrnN.r tl
Mw I0., OUf ., , m . . .
N'H Pill hrr ., .'in. I .i.l mill.', t.t lltn
! jy. j.
f .-.a.-.-i.-a v . i-aaaauaa ir t a
Parlies exhibit in. rf
j - -- ---- , ----- a.aat - v ms Mil
can. with little csr-cn-e. rrmain over.
i,.....:,,,, fIli.ir wfll..i. ,..c,r i
j.-......,, .-V. I'll J 1-tUl VI 11 lllll
- ; ndohborhood, aud machinery and
ulhcr art(.:,.s ,.,,OI1 the Falr 0ronruU
until the' State Fdir. which
f ,m.,K.t.s (vtolcr r.. I am nsurcd bv
- j.di lV,!e, I-., Secretary of tho
itate IViaiil of Agriculture, that this
arrangement c an be ma le thus hvdn -
:uutual advantage to b ith orgmiz i
tions, as well as to all exhibitors.
For Pnm.um lMs, posters, or other
p n tieuh.rs, address the undersigned.
JJ ;ard of trade room-, Indianapoli-,
Indiana. W. II. Ixm.MXS,
A-ishiant Secretary,
A in:ALTI!'l'L r.XTItACT.
The following is sublimely beautiful
and pathetic, and could only havo
tiietaie.i oy a ncari mat nas ex-
ta a... B A A
pcnencci an mo nmcrncss um is
herein expressed. Who the anther i,
we know not, but su-p?ct it h an ex-
' tract from some !:ok. If nnykxly
read it without moiture In their
i '.ves niul -tones In their throat?, they
are worthy u mariie.
iiuhi sue is tiying: ine sunngnr
, ,... ...
creams mrotigu ine palC glass win-
, l,,e Ial,il - fc.e oi placing
. I.l .
! .. "..,.. v.. t .......-
. ... . a- B
: iv i.v rose curtains, oi -moroiaerci
. . t
j n up the grg ous old
i.i. nl nirj .-It.l O lllln I.rH'llf BS Ihft
paintings with a halo bright as tho
It is as if fresher sunshine were ful
ling earthward ou the bower of beau
The canary sim;s in his glided cago
her canary; and the mockingbird
! ra,((1 hls kar njlQ S'r oa
i'trfumeil air.
....... ..., , i.
! " " io i ('xx f icncil i Jr ''' im'
! til the nailsdraw the rich rofy Moo I
v"ux ,he l'J'ring skin?
U by do you grind your teeth tegeth-
f . f . ' lhp.n "t oim
j Wurd, hush? It's a beautiful home I
! am sine, and that lady with hand up-
,K'r l(" dream
; vision painter,
.wlirUV nothin-cinU le purer ti.i
' that broad, high brow; nothing bright-
; cr than those curl,
And she loves, you, ton! All yes,
'any" one can read that in the deep,
; ra, K) t,niI,r,y h yfl;
j wii. Ah! that i it; your y'img wife
: loves you.
I She Jinked to yours the existence of
I an angel, when she kneit lei,le you
jal th(. "il4irri:lse aIlar allJ pi:KVd
! 1!U1,i in your.
For twelve golden summer month
! a angvl has walked or sat at your
' si'Ie, r flcpt on your b .om.
, y;( kJnV lt, N murUl womin
j eVer made your heart bow b?.rore a
j puiity m divine.
No earthly embrace ever filled yonr
oul with tne glory beyond the stars;
Inoeatthly smile ever shone so un
han-inu'ly above all ndome thing
u e eartn worin rail rare and trouble.
ne i an angel, and otherangel havn
I)l,!" "S1'1" l" ,,,,r iM H.t'i'igiia.vs of
t, j,. JilUt,
..lur yt,n nv. Yoa rSll't shut
the anthein n,us t.f Heaven from
th-ee un-c;iivd crs-longer and iiigh-
. a 1 '
w 10 M-raj.n,
- . . irhill . Iii. im n ..Ii l-..m.
bn-htei grow,
wiic' iin
She whi-p, i- "n,viret, J am a!-
m..-t ...... andf I ''S
- ; J 3 n n
u..,rH .,:ll,4fT iz, !;o V1,(.cl c.yCH.
i.'t'.l ou IU br i id lar.d our land!
hat I- it now that he can wnlk on
'1' ......... ...l...t.:..i...
t.ivm m .uunpji ;nu:iiii-
J"-r II knew Ler. n.l
w isc prescio.it e-Mii'l w cer. to n.l
M,r j.lart.; Ii:,tioti will ru?e a mon-
unv-nt to her nt. : :ivjy. ll it vj.c wa
yur-, grvai (bnl .r olirs your all.
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They have d;.g a grave for her.
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a D i:i:Tisi.r;
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an.l pra-, am! ak tjrnt if you. tn...
may oomo hotne. Ate! w hen nj an-
i wer cmu . aur ri
bricht heart iLci
P n baterners ana wuu;tne
wicked wordt epon youi-ton", 314
for VORr illklx
,wu. front heaven ariO . i t:-- -
few leading rcrniuais iq t!ic ?vcrtl "H'h;"
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