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- 1 ' J 1 1t HENBY T. HELUBOLD'S i conpoiDfip Bstrcot Catawba RAPE IPIIUI r, r x a o f''-'', . iiiJ . f For Liver Complaints, Jausdiee, Billioei i Af-Ti- feetmos, Biek 6r 'ervwe Headache, Ci- otiveness, Ele. 1 Phrwiy Vegetable, contain-.;oien- no? Mercury, Minerals or deleterious f JJ '' f "'"t'j'Ov , 3 jf;'.' ttr.'tjij'"' .0.? s-f. i ie;:. '! J :r .,'1 :.:-;,':i( V ,a ....... ; . , i c .,.jft "fe ?, - -.- ;;.sT ; f .!:?,,'..! ii fcv5jtil,j m ' . " i , . ... - r- - i ' 1 ' 1 1 " ' " ' , , , 1 ; 1 1 1 t$t ih s PpB. 31 1 1 ! i ?f'7 IK ' aitt rvrntive. Wpereedinff cwtir on, sans. miinaii. Mi. mere m nniDinr mora c-) ' tntahW ta tb loiMcb. TheT iT tone. ! and eue neither n oor ripiiift pins. ( 'Thyr composed of tbe jlt inqrtdient.. .-rurfw4V' ne M tbem. tach n.iorlp-; t ontioo of Ibr entire iTitem tekei ploe m to .. apper ireolou to toe wemk b4 enerr(ed. . H..T.- HelnbU Compoad Floid ctrtct CeUwba Grp PiH . aw et irrooted, ' , horn tbe taet tht, ugr-eotl PiUs do aot T dissolve, but pass through tbs Stomach with-' . oot dissolviafr. eoaseqaeotly do not produce . the desired eflect. 'Tbe CaUwba Orspe Pills, beioK pleasant ia taste aat odor, do not ns t oesiitato teeir bsins; ffar-e6ated,aDd are i prepared aoeerdinf to rales of Paarmacy and -, Gbassiatrr. and are aot Pataat Medicines. 4 11 JMOl.Sf I BE : JUST AND FEAR NOT i LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT, BE j.THY GOD'S, THY COUNTRY'S AND TRUTH'S!" RKCllMOIVl), VV AYXE COC3VT Y, IXIK APRII 15, 181. J l WholeNnmstr 5i Business Cards. DIL S. B. HARRIMAN (Opposite the Warner BnildfBf ,) RICHMOND, I N D . Office Hoars: Front 1 to 2, and from 6 to 7 P. 11. an J at all other times when not professionally aMaf ed. r4 mi m 1 r ' JO !-V'il -: ' HENET THELMBOtD'S' mt t, .. ... -j '' . IWUT OOMCIMTBATU) COM FOI NW : -c Will radieatrr eitertnlnste from the system Serofala, Syphilis, Ferer Sores, Ulcers, Soro Eves, Ho re Leg, Sore tfowth, Sore Head, Broncbittis, Skin Diteasei, Salt Rhenm, OanJ T hers, Roaujnjfa from th Ear, WMte SireU "Macs, OlandaHr Swelling, Atght Sweats, Hssn, Tener, namurs 01 an kioos, varonio Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, and all diseases that ha bees aetabUshed is- tka system for Attention Given to Surgeryi R . ES "HAtTGlITOIT, xtf. D; .Surgeoiiy SUatGICAlV OFFICE; Wo. , ,X ! Smith. VmrtMin.: ' : ' -; W)ffice hours, from 6 to 8 a in; It tot pm, and to pm. Sept 84, '70. 18 DIL J. HOWBLLD, BE o mce'o pat lii st OFFICE No. 6 North-Franklin St. RE8IDBSCB No. 3S2 East Main -at. RICHMOND, INDIA!! A,' '';' ' Orrioc Bovas From 10 to 12 a. and frM 2 to d.ad I to 8 p. m.- , . , ,: 14-ly BeinK prepared expressly for the above r complaints, Us blood-purifying properties are ' . srester than anv other ureoaratiOB of Sarsa , j parilla.. It gives tbe complexion a clear and .healthy color and restores tbe patient to a . state of health and purity. .For purifying . the blood, removing all chronic constitutional diseases arising from, an impure state of the , blood, , and the only reliable and effectual 1 known remedy for the vara of pains and swel 9 Itng of the bones, aleeratkm of the throat and ' - lege, blotches, pimples on the face rycipelas and all aealy eruptions of the tkin, and beau-8-' tifyiog the complexion. - ' : 1 jrfl. McIHTYBE, M. 0., Office eoposite Uaatingtoa Hoaew, RICHMOND, INDIANA. Special Attention Given to Surgery Residence No. 17 South Franklin Street. ; ; - - n!3-ly. Hoofiaarl's German Bit ters, iZ:"L '::-:Tr"'A : Hoofland's G-erxnan Ton- Hoofland's Podophyllin Fill,- :i v S j I t ' .'1. -i-ji ! i ' J Hoofland's Jo Greek Oil. A Yankee Opinion of a Hoosier Governor. V'f'-T- OUT nO HAM A , HENRY T, HELMBOLD'S 1 ' ' C0NC3KTRATBD FLUID EXTBAOT BtTOHU, : s ; THE GREAT DIURETIC, 1 n ' Has cared every casaof Diabetes io which it. ,1 1 . . - . V . - . . was oeea given, irrnaiio 01 toe necs cm me " bladder and inlannaalion of tke kidneys, til-' eerationof the kidneys and bladder, retention r. of riaer dixeases of tha.oroatoat glanl, rfi stonr ia the bladoer,- ci:alaa.VrraveL brick--' dust deposit, and muensorv-f dtscliarge ,f aad for enfeebled and lelieaUveoBStltution '. ,- Tof both sexes, attendee with lot following'1' r symptoms t Indisosititf Weaertiea, loss t . . power, loss ol memery diffiec- of breatli . , fng, weak aerres, treaWias karror of di i , ease, wakefalaess, dimne- (eieiea, p.tin in e( the back, botikaadJ, losdiog ef-ehe bod,' ; dryness of the ski a, ernptioa of the fa pal t i lid coaateaaaee.'ajMrersal iateitmde et tbe muscular system, etc. , 1. Used by persons from the ages ot eighteen ! .t:. to twenty-Ire. aad from thirty -ive to ifty- Are or ia the deoline . or cbaoce of life: after (1 , conanement ec labor paias; bedr wetting ia f.,t3 ohildreo. ... . r. '..fil j fi t ' . ' r'1' .. . ' . ! '- 'J. ' f"' ' ' l ' "'TQ ';:; v ,.!.'! '.v, . . ,: ,.,- ... iu !T r.i-l 1 . . - ;n 1 I l . Hambeld's Extract Baebu, is diuretic and - blood-parifyiog, and-cares all diseases ari-1 sing from habits of dissipation, and excesses 1 and iMpnadeaoes ia Kfe, impurities of the blood, etesupereediBg eepaiba ia affections -' for which U ifl used, and syphilitic affections ia these diseases need ia eonaectioa with Helmbold't Rose Week f -. . f'r t . V A nviMi ; . -. rr .-, I ' t ' NICnOLSON & BRO., Booksellera and Stationers (NEW STAND) 5th and Main, Odd Fellows Baildiag 'bichmond,:indiama ' t- ' : ' . PIn, E. HILLIS, r (Saooestop to T. Rose,) (forth-west Corner Mais and Pearl Sbrets. n7tV Sst. A a - Richmond, Indiana. n 71 ! LADIES. ,. 1 ta maoy affdclioBs peculiar to ladies, the ' 'Extract Bachu is vnee.aatled by aay other remedy as ia chlorosis or retention, irrepu '; larlty, paiafBlaeea or suppression ofeusto.. mary evsesstions, Blceratea or ehirrus state of the uterus, Isucorrhoea or wbites.sterility, aad for aU complaiats incident to the sex, whether arising from Indiscretion or habits of dissipation. It is prescribed extensively by the most eminent physieiaaa aad mid. wives for enfeebled aad deiiea oaatilutions of both sexes, aad all ages. Hi- n.T.HelnahoM Extract Bachu ; Cares Disease arisia froat Impra deneee, habit ofDisatpatioa, etc ? ia aM their stages, at little expeaae, fettle or , ao ehaage ia diet, a iacoBvenienee, and no exposure. It causes a frequent desire, and rves strength to urinate, thereby removing obstracNone. , Preventing and earing strict .ares of the Ueethre, allaying paia aadioaaui , ' matioa so freaueat ia this class of diseases, aad expelling ail poisonous matter. neary T. Helasboldts laaprored Rose . .: Wash . i " can aot be surpassed as a Face Wash, and will be foand the only specilo remedy in ev ery species of entaeeous affeetiea. It speed i . If eradicates pimples, spots, seerbutic ry--1 ness, laluratiens of the cutaneous membrane, : etc, dispels redness and incipient iaflama . tion, hires rash, moth patches, dryness of -. the scalp or skin, frest bites, and all purpo- aes for which salves or oiatmeat are uiel: ..iff, restores tbe skia to a rute of purity and eoftaea, aad insures eeatiaued hea'thy ac . . tian td the tissue of its vessels, ea which do- ' pend4 the agreeable clearness and vivacity nt" complexion so muoh sought and admired. - But however valuable as a remedy for exiat-. f3 jflT defeets of the skia, H. T. Helmbold's ' ; j Rose Wash has long sustained Its principle j claim to oubtuaied patronage, by possessing v .(oalities which reader it a toilet appendage , ti of the most superlative and congenial char- " aoter, combiaing ia an etegaat formula thosa prominent renisites, safety nod effiency , the iovariable accompaniments of its use as a preservative and refresher of the com-' i t--' alexioa. It is a exceUeat letieo for di.ea. of a syphilitie oatare, aad as a injection lnr diteases of the Urinary ergaas, arising ' fr.im hnbit4 el dissipation, ased ia eonnec ..' two with the Extracts Bucbh, Sarsaparilia 7f -i aadCie-Uba Urspe P.lls, io saehdisoasetss - recommended caaoot be sorpaaeod. " J O H N HgP . OPP, A' TTORNEY AT LAW and ! Bf O- A TAR1 , OfBeo No. 33, Main-street, R 'hmond. Indr attends to the collec tion of alt claims In any State o tho Union. Will practice in any of tbe Courts of Iadiar a and Ohio. Execute Decls, Mortgages, and Powers of Attorney, either inland or for eign.' By special arrangement with C. P. Adas, in Cincinnati, (German Consul) and HiLtiR Co., of New York, I am enabled to forward and receive any money packages or other valuables, as well as to attend to the transit of persons from any part of Europe or from thiscoontry. All business' strictly ' confidential and promptly attended to. , 4. a. r. t Julv7th.l86n. ;. ' ' ; :'. : ltf i j&xxna n starr, Steam and - Gas - Pipe Ga Office on Main Street, between Teat I aad Mariea, on 24 Floor. Gas Fistorea, at Less 1 HAN EASTERN PRICES, All work promptly done in the best and most satisfactory manner and Wabbamtxd. Kiehmono.Jan t, iocs. :iy Jehiel Railsbacir, ! am ESPECTFULLY announces to the JduV eitisens of Richmond and Wayne coun ty, that he has resumed the Practice : of Law in the room over Haines Store, oppo site tbe Richmond National Bank, where he would be pleased to see his old friends and all desiring hie assistance in that line. , Entrance one door East of Petcbeil'e Store, and over Hudson's Drugstore, Jaain-st: . - Kicnmona, Aug. 10, i. Hoofland's German Bitters. ' A BITTIBS WITHOUT ALCOHOL CB SPIB1TS Ot ANT KINV t J-,- ) Is different from alt otbers. It is composed of the pure juices or1 tit al rBmciPLB or Roots, Hbbbs and Babes (or as medicinally termed, extracts), the worthless or inert por tions of the ingredients i not being used. Therefore, in one bottle of this Bitters there is contained as ranch medicinal virtue as will be found in' several gallons of ordinary mix tures. The Roots, Ac, used in this Bitters .. are grown ia Germany, their vital principles extracted in that country by a scientific I Chemist and forwarded to tbe manufactory in this" city," where tbey are compounded and bottled. Containing no spirituous ingredi ents, this Bitters is free from the objections urged sgainst all others ; no desit e for stim ulant can be induced from their use, they cannot make drunkards,' and cannot, under any circumstances, have any but a beneficial effect. " '-- ' Hoofland's German Tonic Was compounded for those not inclined to extreme bitters, and is intended for' use in cases when ome alcoholic stimulant is re quired in eonneel ion with tbe Tonic proper ties of the Bitters. Each bottle of the Tonic contains one bottle of the Bitters, combined with pure Santa Cbcz Rum. and flavored in such a manner that tbe extreme bitterness of the Bitters is overcome, forming a prepara tion highly agreeable and pleasant to tbe pal ate, and containing tbe medicinal virtues of the Bitters: The price of tbe Tonic is $1.50 ' per bottle,' which many ' pergong think too high. 'Tbey must take into consideration thst'; the stimulant used is guaranteed to be of a . P'ire quality. A poor article could be fur nished at a cheaper prioo, but is it not better to pay a little more and have a good article T ' A meuicinai jirtai uuu suuuiu cuuiaui uuue - bnt the best ingredients, and they who ex pect to obtain a cheap compound will most certainly bo cheated. ,! . -t They are the Greatest known Rem- jjCiiu.". . - , euie-. m J - ; !' r-' ' -;- - ': For 1.IVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA,! DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS, 1 EHUP110XS OF TUB SKIN, , : . and all diseases arising from ..... a Disordered Liver, ti 1 T.r 1 'i; t Qiomacu,or iju-. ; - PURITY , , J of the ' BLOOD. . Read the following symptoms : Constipation, Flatulence, Inward Piles setting down ai tbe iflh of the ! country that which one likes him-, sell, and depreciating the ability of another mail for liking " some thing else and setting that down ns the wish of e the 'coon try, is cool, not to say conceited, and 'eminent ly Bostonian. Except in the San Domingo business, the Senator ap pears to act with a majority of Jiia party, and that is at least as good an indication that ' the' country wants it, as the opposition of the minority is that the coun try it ants something else. Ind, Mirror. , j IP. MOETON. Fullness of Blood to the Head, acidity of tbe Stomach, Nausea, Heart-burn, Disgust for Food, Fulness or Weight in the Stomach, Soar Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of tbe Stomach, Swimming cf the Head, Hurried or Difficult Breathing, Flutter ing at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sen sations wnen in a laying rosture, vimness 01 Virion, Dots or Webs before the Sight. Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of toe okin and. Ayes, rain in the Bide, Back, t. nest, Loins, 4c, Sodden Flushes ol Heat, Burning in the ' Flesh. Con stant imaginings of Evil, and Great Depres sion of Spirits. All these indicate Disease of the Adver, or Digestive urgans combined with impure blood. The use of the Bitters or Tome will soon eause the above symptoms to disappear. the patient will become well and bealtby. "Al V T U B" Y U W Attorney and Notary. aOffice over Hudson's Drugstore, near the corner of Main and Marion. entrance one door East of Pete bell's Store, 3 1870 , - Richmond. Ind. HOTS & SWAINB. PHOTOGRAPHIC : ARTISTS. Are prepared to do all kinds of work ia heir line or business, and in ; THE DEST STYLE! ..', AT THEIR OALIKRIB3 ; .(T.T.J'ilr. A .'-:UiU 304, and 398 .Main-St Third Story, Full and explicit directions aeoompiny the ml .. meoioises. - , ;J; ,k, v ... -f ,. Evidence of the most respoasibte and reli . able character furaished on application with hoadrelsof thousands of living witnestes. fc ; and upward f 10,009 unsolicited certificates end recommendatory letters, many of which .h . re fr0D h highest sources, including emi 5., PhT'ei" clergymea. statesmen, eto. 1 he proprietor has never resorted to their -BDfpublication in the aewspspers: be does not -1 . An thia rram t K. r.u k.. l;. i . j j u ms btmcics rana as aUndard preparations, and do not need to ba propped up by certificates. . j v Henry T. Ilelabold's Geaaiae Prep ., arationa. j , Delivered to aay address. Secure from ob servation. .... EsUblisbed upward of twenty years Sold ' by druirvists erervwhem. kAAm. lor informatioB, in confidence to Henry Xn - JWi druggist and chemist. I i.uo , W " , a. neimnoids drug and A N D Corner of Main and Filth Streets, Richmond, Indiana. a3f tf ": ;' -" '.- . ' W OOD! W OOD ABOUT 800 CORDS OF WOOD hi tree for Sale, about two miles from Kicamond., . , .., Apply to , JAMES M. STABS, . ; 1 . - A f the Gas Works Richmond, Sept. 21, 1868. . TREMONT HOUSB trtTJV PTTTrVPT T jvaaas jjjjajxva x a ivytivivit CORNER OF FIFTH AND MAIN, ;. '!:"" i .., Riehmond.lnd. ncaoLaoK aao. NIOHOLSON A. . W.' v . B. CO WO ILL BOOK BINDERS, RICHMOND, 1MD. Dr. Hoofland'8 Greek Oil, Lightning Cnre for all kinds of Fains .. , ana Acnes. ArrLtBo Extebnallt. It will cnre all kinds of Pains and Aches, such as Rheums tism, Neuralgia, Toothache, Chilblains, Frost Bites, Sprains, Bruises, Headaches, Pains in tbe Back aad Loins, Pains in tbe Back and Loins, Pains in the Joints or Limbs, Stiags of Insects. Ringworms, etc. taken Internally. It will cure Kidney Complaints, Backaches, Sick Headache, Colic, Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Cholera infantum. Cholera Morbus, Cram as and rains in tbe Stomach, Fever and Ague, Coughs, Colda asubi, etc. Dr. Hoofland's Podophyllin, oa BDimryi roa mebcubt mll. TWO PILLS A DOSE. The mot powerful, yet innocent, Vegetable Ca- i ... Mar!(a known. It is not necessary to take a liandful ol tbese Pills to produce the desired eflect; two of tbem act quickly and powerfully, cleans inir the Liver, Stomach, and Bowels of alt impurities. Tbe principal ingredient is Pod- opnyitm,or trie Aicononc Extractor Han' araxe, wnicn is by many times more rower nil. Acting, and searching, than the Mandri.se itself. Its peculiar action is upon tbe Liver. cleansing it speedily from ail obstructions, with ail the power of Mercury, vet free from tbe injurious results attached to the use of that mineral. 1 For all diseases, in which a cathartic is in dicated, these Pills will g'rre entire satisfac lion in every case. They never fail. ,1a cases or Liver Complaint. Drspepsia. and extreme Costiveness, Dr. Hoofland's Ger man ititters or Tonic should be used in cot-: nection with the Pills. The tonic effect of the Bitters, or Tonic builds op the system. Tbe Bitters or , Tonic purities the .Blood, strengthens the nerves, regulate tbe Liver, and gives strength, energy, and vigor. necp- yocr- isoweis active with the fills, and tone up the system with Bitters or Tonic and uo disease can retain its hold, or ever as sail you. . ... ... ,. These medicines are sold by all Druirelsts aud dealers in medicines everywhere. Recollect that it is Da. Hooflahd's Gkb kan Rkxidiis, that are so uoirersa.ly used . and highly recommended ; and do not allow the Druggist to induce you to take anything else that be may say is just as good, because he makes a lirgtr profit on it. These Rem edies will be sent by Express to any locality, upon application to the PRINCIPAL OFFICE, at the GERMAN MEDICINE STORE, 631 ARCH STREET, PHILADE LPHIA. WVS tR,h SMMniA(n,iil. BSrsrTkSWM YV and BLANK BOOK WORK, in 0HAS. M- EVANS. PrOTtTlfltTir. lllta branches, and the best style. r . Pobjmblt C. M. JACKSOS A CO. chemical warehouse, Xo. 594 Broadway, Mew York.or toH. T. Hel..,bold's medical depot, W I south Tenth street, Philadelphia, Pa. Beware of connterteiis. Atk for Henry T Helmbold's Take no otber. .Alter aay Patter a. Done to Order, Bring your MUSIC and hare it ouni raged and Indexed. BMISSINC: Nos. ot Magazines Snp led. mjg tf Theee Rtmtiitt art for Sale bg DruggtiU Storekeeper, and Medicine Dealer i,evtryoKr throughout the United State , Canada , SouUt America, and the Wt Indite. .A discriminating estimate of a' public man is rre in these days. Party feeling is apt to make it eulogy or detraction. Tho cus' tomary advice to average the two as an approximation to fairness, is, like most advice, easier to give than to take. The result, if prac ticable, might not be far out of the way, but no one could fix the ele ments that composed it. It might not be a bad guess, but it would be no analysis. It would not array- debit and credit, with a clean bal ance, and that is what an intelli gent man .wants, even if be be sus picious that debts and credits need transposing at times. Such an es timate of Senator Morton of this State appeared recently , in Every Satuday, tbe leading literary and illustrated paper of New England. It is not our estimate, it is not quite accurate in its statements, it is strongly tinged with the immov able faith ' of New England in the advantages which a .New England nativity gives any man over other men, it 13 partial, but it ia neither eulogy nor detraction. It allows merit, and .suggests defects, and, though it does not allow merit al together in the right direction, and suggests defects in the wrong one, it will give a reader a clearer eon ception of the Ex-Governor's char acter and abilities than all the edi torials of all ' the party papers in the State, from his Court House speech on coercion in 1860 to his last speech ; on the Ku-Klux bill. With its ; biographical sketch we have nothing to do but correct its statement as to the office for which he was a candidate in 1856. It was that of Governor, not Lieu tenant Governor. The two points we care to notice are, 1st, the com parison of him with Governor An drew, of j Massachusetts, and 2nd the depreciation of his ability ' to comprehend whit the sober judg ment of the country demand." Of the dozen loval Governors who signed the famous address 0 the Altoona meeting to Mr. Lin coln, we are told, that "the two most notable" wero "John A, An drew and Oliver P. Morton." "In both, devotion to the cause of the Union was lofty, heroic and ear nest, but tbe Western Governor, cast in a different mould, lacked the fervid and solemn religious en thusiasm which made his Massa chusetts colleague the noblest. fig ure of his time and position." We allow Governor Andrew all the 'religious enthusiasm" that New England ' admiration may see in him, bnt we do not allow that it or any other "enthusiasm" makes a man a "nobler figure" than the cool judgment, the dauntless reso lution, the prompt decision, the unflagging energy that avert great perils, overcome great obstruc tions, defeat great conspiracies, and meet great demands with little means and less help. There is something grand ih the unselfish fervor of any real enthusiasm, but when a higher place in history is allowed to it than to the iron will and ample brains that do the risht work at the right time, we shall look for our "noblest figures" in a mad house. We do not mean any disparagement to i Governor An drew. We have no thought of an implication that his "enthusiasm" exhaled in rhapsodies, or explo ded in follies. He was a practical man, an able, energetic, and glori ous man, who did all that his hand found to do, and did it with all his might. Bnt he had no each task as fell to the lot of Governor Mor ton. " It I was alls plain sailing for him where the rocks were plentiest and the currents hardest for his colleague. What was harbor and safe anchorage for him was a lee shore and a hurricane for the oth er. Governor Andrew never heard of a domestic disturbance in Mas sachusetts that the police could not quell. His legislature was as loy al as himself. His State was as prompt to give as he to ask. Rich Boston was a safe dependence for money, ilis recruits were not re leased by hostile judges, his en rolling officers shot, his soldiers coaxed home by hostile parentis, his deserters protected by armed organizations, his whole territory at times a bubbling caldron of lo cal riots, political murders, and disloyal conspiracies. His life was never in peril, and his family harrassed by daily information of it. He never had to fill his quotas without a dollar in the treasury ; to protect the State's credit with the Supreme Court protesting against Us legality ; to resist a leg islature that openly avowed - its purpose to strip him of military power, and but for a ''bolt" would have passed the bill to do it; to oage the civil administration : without a cent of appropriations, and with State officers opposed to every act ; to raise money without taxes, and construct a new treasury and a new system of finance for the emergency. He never had to do all these, and meet rebel inva sions at the same time, and track down treasonable conspiracies like that which came so near to releas ing the rebel prisoners and turn ing them into an invading army. He had no force to organize for home service as well as national service. . His work was all of a kind which was Morton's enjoy ment. Morton's work was that which Andrew never knew, of which he probably had no concep tion.. With home difficulties out of the way, Morton would have had just such a task as Andrew's. As it was, he had all to do that An drew had, and so much more that j . . From the Illinois Register. I DonH Whip Hiinvw y ' it' x at aixkf snrra. "' Our Robby was pinching the kitten, ; : And kicking the kitten about; - . And pulling a beetle to pieces,. . .,, His face all a wry in a pout; His mamma, who, silent and patient, Had bear" all his fretting and noise, Now reached for the whip on the mantle; . The terror of four-year-old boys. : But grandma, with snowy-white Tter- . chiei .. ,.'t . , . Pinned over her warm, loving breast. Where ten little heads had been pillowed And rocked into childhood's sweet rest, Looked up from her little wool stocking, Just finished ana laid on ner Knee, And said, "dear you'll ruin his temper. You had far better let tbe child bel , " Don't whip him; his father before him Was flogged and shut up in the dark, And stood on one foot ia the eorner, And disciplined up to the mark; We eave him no credit for honor, ' But watched bim as spider's watch flies, . - . ' And what did it leach bim? Why, mainly. To practice deceit ana tell ties, r "We called it affection and dutr ' ' God knows we were food of the dot But I guess his remembrance of child. hood ' Is not quite a well-spring of joy. So put up that willow whip, daughter, And try little Robby onee more; You see he's forgotten his pas-ion, . And lies half asleep on tbe floor." Then grandmother lifted her darling, And patted bis head on her breast. And sang about 'Old Mother Hubbard,' Till all ilobbies woes were at rest. And so the wee whip, bright and yellow, Was laid on the mantle again; - 1 Aud that is the way that these grandmas bpoil nine little boys out of ten I it 1 For the Palladium. Death of B. C. Conover. . that "all" was very little. If any New Englander doubts this, he will find abundant proof of it in the Report of the Adjutant Gener al of this State, Vol. I. What An drew might have dono in Morton's place we do not propose to guesa. It is enough that he was put in no such place, and if his "religious enthusiam" makes him, with his light work, a "nobler figure" than Morton's successful completion of his gigantic work, why, "religious enthusiasm" is a good thing to have, particularly after tho work is done, and the credit is to be award ed. We don't think any Indiana man ever invited this comparison, but no Indiana man ought to let it pass nnchallenged. As to the Senator's inability ' to comprehend what the sober judg ment of the country demands,'' an opinion might be fixed more sure ly if we knew what "tho sober judgment of the country" does "de mand." Upon the four specifica tions assigned under this general charge his conduct in the Sumner case, his advocacy of San Domin go, his opposition to the Civil Re form bill, and his support of stria gent legislation against the disor derly element of the rebel States it might be suggested that these are matters of opinion, and the Boston critic is assuming a good deal when he takes U for granted that he "comprehends what the country demands," and that it de mands just what tbe Senator oppo ses, or opposes what he supports. Pied in the Hospital of the Stats Prison. Jefl'ersonville, on tbe 3d inst-,B.C, Conover, sent from Wayne county, Nov, 8th, 1870, for two years, tor forgery. .n :. Although left an orphan at an early period in Li9 life, there were those who cared for him, and taught him the right way, yet as he greT up, being ambitious, he threw off all the restraints thrown around hia), satisfied he could take card of himself, and became what is known in common parlance, "a fast young ' man," when in an evil hour, he gave way to temptation and fell,' and not until he found himself within the .... . 1 walls of the Prison, clad in convicts' garb, did, he fully realize his fear ful fall, as the creaking souud of the passing bolt grated upon his ear, and saw himself locked np in a dismal cell, all alone,' no one can describe what he then feltnow checked up in his mad career, he reflects, and reflects seriously and calmly, which, perhaps, he had not done for years,' then and there he resolves to be a better man, which . purpose he faithfully carried out! He gained the confidence of ' the officers, and the respect of his shop mates; but being sensible ' that something more was wanting to make him a good man, than a mere good came among his fellows, he resolved to become a Christian, and on one Sabbath morning, in our prayer meeting, he came forward ' with tears in his eyes, asking me to take his name as ' a member of the -'Christian Brotherhood;" he soon after rejoiced in a sense of pardoned sin. This occurred but a few weeks ago, then in strong and vigorous health, little dream ing he was so near the eternal world. He was violently attacked with inflammatory rheumatism. which penetrated his liver and lungs he lingered in the hospital but about fire days. ' He felt he must die, but death to him had no terror. He expressed great anxie ty one morning to see a gentleman of Richmond he wanted to ask his forgiveness (or having so base ly betrayed him, and to thank bim for his kindness to him. ' He spoke of these things with much. feeling, and profuse weeping. To one who stood near him a short time before he died, am going, I am going ; to that beautiful, land" "Jesus is my friend;' and thus B. C. Cono ver closed his earthly career, al- '; though within Prison walls, yet in origbt Hopes or that "beaulifu : land" where sin shall never come t , Uow thankful we are that God ' is blessing the means employed in r Prison, to lead the unfortunate victims of temptation and crime to . the bleeding side of Jesus, the sin ? ners friend. Many here now re- QfJR SATURDAY NIG11T. tiAll day the snow, has beea fall-: ingtill streets, sidewalks, heuse- I tops doorsteps ana vacant 101s are ; covered.'1 The street cars' went by crowded tho9 , who -had clothes ' to keep : themselves warm were wearing them, wbtle those wno nad ; but rags, gathered, closer, to tbem : their scanty covering and went! shivering by.s w,,w5"J t!!il i God ity the poor! j J&o matter ; by what incident or, accident they i are poor pity tnem anaueip inem: The sun does not shine for the tall trees the laffrtr 'flower, the broadest rivers, the 1 most flegaat palaces alone, but forlitue soruos, little, rills, tiny , bads, little cabins 3 i . j,? ,t J ana taaing leaves nn weu. , -, So let us ne kind, and gooq, ana liberal to all, as they may bate needs as i wo totVi aoma. ly may need kind words and gentle care . ; Looking out from the window we saw the stars above us, the pas sers by below. The 1 street lamps seeming to shine in a whisper, as if afraid to wake each other the muffled business men harry by to homes,, their, loved one or places of dissipation just as their hearts were-; anchored or tossing u the wintry sea. of life. . As we looked oat we saw a little boy about ten years of age,, with. a. shovel in his hand, walk np the step and ring a bell to a door opposite us. A ser vant girl came to the door shook her head and the boy went to the next door; ' to another house and ' polled the bell. This time a man came to the door, shook his head ' and the boy left. Crossing the, street he came to our door and rang. - Hastening down stairs to reach the door before tbe servant should, we found a bright-eyed," red-cheeked boy there; shovel in hand, as if ready for work. , 'Please, sir, do you want the snow shoveled from the sidewalk?. rtj Certainly. We want it all clear. ed away. . How much will you ask -to clear it away?' ..... , ?r , ,, ?t. What you please to give.' ; ; ; ; & 'Are you cold?' . . ? ! : ! Not very when I work I get Warm." , :'!':... U ,li:!i U.: , -. !"A11 right clear it off, and ring ' the bell when you get through. ; Then he went to work; as we re-: turned to onr room to press our face against the window panes and look down upon the little worker. e How thought ran back along the' line of years! Once we were a poor, boy a eold-cheeked worier io the snow. 1 We cut the wood, took care of ; horses and cattle, ran of er rands, slid down hill and tumbled in the drifts, for fun. Tears ago. Before the great road of life open ed to us its beauties, dangers, and duties. Before we hadlearned to walk fearlessly, fa dangerous places to stand secure . on rocks and crags to keep our footing on slippery ice to see" friends, liko humming birds, take their- fill and go crossings, and wheu can sborel snow." "Where did yon get your shovel? Xt-Ofthi, inanwhowflsitwfclfD helped clean he said I could takft it if I would cleanoff the snow from bid teps,H msaanmnvi 'j i,?W2fWl 01wiUi yoiworklgr- "Long as I can find anybodyiAo hire me, for the snow will be clea ned off or melted maybe to-morrow so I must work now." MA11 right Harry ..YomwilV-f-tt along. Come in the dining room, eatyour " supper, i anl then' pi on with 3'our business " f na yt - , . Ihat poor boy gav u$, a npi i did lesson. It Was trt'K-lVWif to keep' Iooking1nnt'woJrkirf to do .whatever . la ;toobe iixwieij okcb, and sot wait, jtilh.oktt;l- oielte"1 fb im-tJtV 'si He haj gone! AMtiowir A, the atrocts he i wair m awoVr began ki fcliajjfer, m pleaatd ri? the ..little, lellow'aj.pluckthat. could not help wriijog of him and commending his &6d exaropl?? those who sH in tdlenes,;3itltrf1i pluck to strike; out for theoisvWcjr, in hopes that something of otr win mrn qp before another .Satry day Night Brick" Pombroy , srs jsfcioa-j i to; 0j I-ook Omt For Tire cr i a a . Jk .otv moors as a asoes in ooxes ana paus ' And soonar or later th-r rlnmtii'T f.Sl. 'i 911 o It is a wonderful!? easy Ihinl o manage affairs so caretesslytftat' a house may take fire' 1A ' ffre "'will kindle so easily among 'dry pafr!r, shavings f and l boards that 'iPia really urprlsing to ' cpntempltJte how many' people arrange com bustibles in a good condition for taking fire, and , fail of ' a' gen cral conflagration. We - remrjved' two wooden flreboards rccentiy.Ma1 the upper rooms,1 knei, to' our 8urpfl3e, found a bushel of dry paper in tho flre place,' piled aalustafthe cfry boards, all ready for burning' coot to fall from the chimney and igxfite fireboard and the entire .striking Wo reeentlv naid. a visit to a , distinguished farmer, iiorticulturist ana. pomotogisi, wuo scarcely knows what a failure is in his line and yet- he, has failed ' to . set' tiis wood-house on fire, 'although1 iia ash bin has been in one .corner of the wood-house for several' years. He will, doubtless, succeed if lie pursues, .tnac t! practice) tor a tevr years longer. " When he dpe?' rertily start a fire, he will be favored w ith an excellent . opportunity to , plan and to erect a new dwelling 'lioiiso or out buildings. : A near neighbor, who has k'pt his ashes for several years pa.it ia' paper. house! But there wa 3 laiiuio. If he knows this he knows more I Joice in lD assurance of the Divine than any other live man, or dead one either, if the dead know no more than the spirits of Franklin and Jefferson appear to do, in the reports of mediums. This way of l.!V. , t a iavvr, - wuire numoers wno nave been converted here hare gone out I to lead lives of honest industry ana levoted piety. J. W. StJLLIVAX, Chaplain State Prison, eh;: .:," . 'jr. He worked bravely.' at the 1 - - :.- Shovelful after shovelful of snow he threw into the gutter. Then he scraped and scraped, till at last the walk was cleared. ' Then be palled the bell, and. we went down again. ' - "Is that clean enough, sirr' . "Yes that is very nice. ' v v I did it the best I could." ; You did it nicely. Come In by the fire. . Sit there and warm your ' feet. Have yon been to aupper? "No, sir," . . . -,' Would you like aomer" "Yes, sir, if I have earned it." 'Spoken like a brave man!" "If you have earned 'it'" That is the talk! Here is what you have earned, and your supper beside. It will be ready for yon pretty soon. And here is some more money to pay you for waiting." "I have not earned this!" " ' 'Never mindwhen a man who has money uses the time o! a per. son who has none, he should pay for it. Tell me something. What is your name?" , : - J. 'Harry Anderson. Is your father alive?" - "No, sir be was killed battle of Chancellorville." "Is your mother alive?''. "Yes, sir." ' ' s "What does shedo for aliving?"- "Works in a tailor shop, in the . Bowery.",.;; , , ... "How much does she earn?", "Six shillings a day." "What do you do?" c "Anything, to earn money."5 j i "How old are you?" o ' - "Twelve, last August." ; "How much do you earn, and what at?" " " "' '" " ; ' ; "Sometimes more than others. I go to night school, and work days. , Sometimes I sweep street crossings. Sometimes I black boots; in pleasant wosther, 1 sell a few papers in the morning; and do anything to earn something " 4 . c "Have you any money laid by?" "Yes, sir almost twenty dol lars." "Whatfor?'' , . ..... "To pay mother rent. If. she gets sick, or to keep till I can buy a horse and cart. " .. Some days you hare nothing to do?" . ' - - t ; - . " "Nosirr I always watch oat and see. If there ain't nothing to do I hunt till I find something. Yesterday I earned half , dollar helping clean out arW wash a sta ble, f can always find something? Ir it ain't one thing it is another. When it is dry I can black boots. When it rains I oan sweep the barrels at one corner of the back ...... , - ' j .. . Wkf I yard, never . succeeded in eUriiug a fire until recently, when, bo .hap pened, to place a, lew malipiees of live coals agains, the . dry stay es. There was a death-like .struggle on the part of the little bit t. fire to kindle ; But, about ..three o'ejpek ' . ? . i e 1 , a I i in tue morning, uie toraca. uuuisa had licked up the last parrel Btve, had taken hold of; tho board fepce, and was making a rush for tho dwelling house. Many persons avo actually succeeded in kindling fires, so that the doubting need npt con -gratulate themselves that their dwellings are as .incombustible as asbestos1. burn. . the matter. Wnnd and timbor will These is no mistake .about i SoMirr Rooms. Ey cry wornan is wise enough and careful enough to secure for her . house plants t every bit of available - sunshine , during the , cold winter months., . Great pains are taken to get . a eouiLern exposure for. them. . Indeed, if one can secure no, other .than a north window for., her plants Tsho has too much love for these, uncon scious, inanimate, things, to keep them at. all. She . would .rather leave them out in the cold to -die outright, than linger out a .martyr existence in the shade. , - 7 , Folks need sunshine, quite as much as plants do. Men .and wo men who have a fair, degree of strength and.jthe use of their, legs can get a glimpse of the sunshine now and then, and if they choose to do so let them . live, ia, rooms with only a. northern exposure, but if it is possible, let us secure rooms into ..which every. fJ ray of sunshine that falls in., winter .may enter, for the little babies who are Bhut up in the house, invalids who can not leave , their; rooms, and aged people who are - too infirm to .Let us reflect for a moment that these classee pt persons if kept in rooms with only north, , windows will suffer just as much , from , the absence, of .sunshine, as.:' green growing plants; would, do in the same rooms, and their suffering is of account in proportions a hu man being is better than a geranium or a fuchsia. Everybody knows how' A1 bright sunny day . in .winter giaaaens every onj wno ls equa ted so as to enjoy it. x Let us make some sacrifice if need be in order to give the feeble ones their meas. ure of sunshine.--Ltws of Life.