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SATURDArtldvZKDCa 2, 1872 SMILE WHENEVER YOU CAN When tKings don't go to suit jAn-"' An4 the world seems upside down, $ J Dent ftuti four time io fretting, - ' Bat drive away tint frown j , f ' , J Since life it oft perplexing;. - Tie much the wi.es t plan C; 1 To beer all trials bravely, , And unite whene'er yon can. Why should you dread to-morrow, And thaa despoil to-day t And when yon borrow trouble. Yon alwara hare to par s . ,. It la a coed old maxim, Which should be often preached, Don't cross the bridge before yon Until the bridge is reached. Ton might be ipared much sighing If yon would bear in miod, . ' The thought that good ani evil Are always here combined ; : There must be something wanting, And though yoo mil in wealth. Ton may miss fom your casket " That precions jewel health. ' An! though jou're strong and sturdy i ou may bare an empty purse; : (And earth has many trials ! Which I consider worse I) " Bat whether joy or sorrow, . Fill up your mighty span, , Twill make your pathway brighter IP. :l i - u ram wuoue rr yuu on. r . ,., ; T ' ? A DIRGE FOR H. g7 "Close tbe polls, his work is done 1 What to him is friend or foeman, Site of wheat or fall of corn, ' Woodbull, Stone, or other women t Lay him low, let Urn blow . . , : Of bia turnips, white as snow I . . What cares he T Be does not knew How the rutabagas grow." How to Treat a Horse. I i Some English grooms of I Sara- toga are teaching the "4 Yankees" how to take care of a horse. ' ; To-day 1 asked one of these grooms, n ho has spent twenty years in the stable of royalty, what' he had to ear aloutour American - way of taking are of horses. 'Why, sin," said he," yon don't take good care of yoor horses; yon think yon do, hat joa don't" "-- ; ; "Why r 1 asked. , '- -"Because when a horse comes in all wet with perspiration, yon let v him stand hi the stable and dry with all the dirt on- In England, . we take the horse as he comes in , from a drive and sprinkle blood - weun water all ovr him, from his head to 1rit Jeet Then scrape him down and blanket him, rubbing his face end legs dry. Thus, in an ' hour he is -clean and dry, and ready , to take a good feed, while, in your way, ho will stand and swelter for hours, and finally dry, sticky and dirty. Our horses never founder, - and never take cold. We never use a curry-comb. You v scratch - your horses too hard. . ' The only oare necessary it to have the water not very cold, then : bathe them ipAck and blanket them instantly while you are rubbing their legs. New York Commercial Advertiser ."Alas Poor Yorick ! Greeley's latest flight' eclipses all his form er vagaries, and finds no defenders among Republicans. That ho should insist on Davis's right 'to a trial aa he has done all along1, was natsral and proper, but to go gratuitously on his ball, and even eagerly seek to do so, is a very different thing,and is regarded as to tally inexcusable by nine-tenths of bis former friends. - "Bat the poor man never had a wcll-ballanccd brain; a very draw, back to an otherwise commenda ble career.!. H. Julian, in True . Republican, May 23rd, 1867, T In a recent speech in this conn-' ty Hon. Geo, W. Julian said that the bailing of Jeff Davis was "the most glorious act of his Greeley's life." Alas! that brothers should differ 1 ao widely. We fear the want of a "well-ballanced brain" ia no longer aa objection to Greeley with either of the Julians. -New Castle Courier. Oct 25 1872. - : Mrs. Patten's pretty nomdc plume, Fanny Fern, became to her almost as a real name as to her friends and admirers. For years such as were the fortunate recipients cf one or more of her charming and characteristic notes, found in. place of the mo nogram on pqer and! envelope a .dainty little . fern lealj every part pressed nicely and transfer d to the paper. !' Her fondness for ferns was " remembered by her friends, and on her ofSn lay a lovely biineh ofthese. min gled with antoa leaves. U'l 111 ' ' Tbe retidenee . or , Ur. Goner, kwar ', KendaUrllle,, was - barnsd, with all its contents, the other day la ths absence of the family. The Granite State for Grant. The Republican State Committee ef $fwr-its mphfr's . has ' recently held i raUy-4'itonae meeting in Concord. The Republicsn Statesman of that city, in ' its apoount of tie fathering; says : "Re ports from alt sections of theState gave assurance tbatwW has tat-d place in the recent elections in the great Central States of the Union ia sore to" oeear in f Sew-Uampshire. I Hundreds tn4 thous ands of the best and most thoughtful Democrats in the various localities era ready and determined hereafter to act with the party of -. patriotism, principle and progress. These will many ' times make good all defections in our ranks occasioned by the departure of disappoin ted and unprincipled renegades, and in" ar a triumphant majority for- Grant and Wilson on the 5th of November. It seemed to be the uuanimous convic tion of th members of the Committee that, with proper effort from '; now until the election, our majority can hardly be less than tire thousand, and may reach seven, eight, or eves ten thousand votes. Proclamation. State or Indiana. ' Execotivb Depastmest. J ' wnereas, ine putxic welfare requires that the General Assembly of the State of Indiana should be convened in special sesson; . . Therefore, in putsuance of the consti tutional provision on that subject,, I, Conrad Baker, Governor of the State of Indiana, do by this Proclamation call special session of said General Assembly to be held at the S:ate House ia Indiana polis, commencing at (2) two o'clock ' p u. of Wednesday, the thirteenth (13th) Uj of oeeaWr, A. D. 1872, hereby requiring the members ani the members elect thereof to meet at- their respetive halls of legislation in said Stats House at tho time above designated. in witness wherof I have hereunto subscribed ' my name and f . , caused the seal of the Staia ,t J , ' ; to be affixed, at the city of 8Ial Indianapolis, this 22d day ' W October, in the year of our . i . Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy -two. : c f CONRAD BAKiSR. - By the Governor : H J. H. FABQUHAR Seet, of State. i . 9y O. Hi Ennr, Deputy. ,W A Take Hanna, take Julian, Voorhees, take the whole crew that villifies Presi dent Grant, Senator Morton, and the Republican party, and, although the de testable hyena that digs in the bowels of tbe earth, and preys ' en ?oad : men's bones, would disdain such iilthy and corrupt carcass, wait ta find them on the open plain. The Democratic party North has been for the last twelve years assisting the Southern Democrats to de stroy this Union. And they are mad Governor Morton because 1m weald, not let Dodd, Mflhgan, Bowles & Co. kill and murder our citizens; because he would not 1st that infernal rebel Leguv lature disband the Home Guards pievi ous to their inviting John Morgan into Indiana; they are mad because Morton checked them in all their hellish acts of blood and carnage. The names of Grant and Morton will lire ia the minds and. hearts of the American people long after their Indu cers are forgotten in oblivion. v -. -S Tuxas has been some talk of a move ment among certain Republicans in Indi ana to substitute some ether' man 1 for Senator Morton in the United States Donate, tu wnicn connection too name oi the fion. Richard W. Thompson was prominently mentioned. Mr. Thompson writes a letter to a Terre Haste naner dieolaimins ail knowledge of the kind, and saying that - Mr. Morton deserves 4ae place not Only on account of his great ability, bat by reason of the im mense labor he had performed for the party. It was tacitly understood do the late eaarats in Indiana that electing a Uepublican lieglsiature meant the re turn of Mr. Morton to the Senate. Any other action the fart of - the Legists ture would be in direct contravention to the wishes of the Republican voters. But it is almost idle to talk . about the matter. Mr. Morton's return ia a fore gone conclusion. Inter Ocean. ' ' General $pinoer, in his fertheoming treasury report, alluding to the eonsei, sncs inna, says tz nas been re- mIm fisatfa aKa wamar- AsMSkl raan a A mA m.7wr J 1 TT i7 , oT that the fan Mar amounts to $129,124 - 77 Those mrha nav this mantv ahnw . - W! . .M7' ' - says tne Lreassnwrt (neir aesire or ostv sst deaBog with the government which, bs thinks, ought to be emulated. Hs says the government has an nnclaun od annual indebtedness, principally in. tsreat on bonds, which has now reached a considerable amount, and General Spinner thinks it tbs government's doty to publish an annual statement of . she names of those to whom these sums are due, and the amounts also, ,- The residence of Mortimer Price, near Lakeville, St Joseph County, was burned, with most of its contents, on the loth inst : W. D. Boekhill, of South Bend, waa kicked by one of his horses, on the 18th, and seriously, if not fatally, injured. v- re - : JLoogootee, Marti n Coantr, will soon camber a foundry ana ma chine ahopa Among its maaafaclo- nea. : :- " ;'.;.;,:''" S. M. PETTENGILL V CO ? - IT Park Row, New York : OBORGB P. ROWELL CO., t '';-:-ir ', v- Part Hew Yoik, I Are the Aceaaffortha BiahaMad Pallad- am I j that elty, aad are autboraed to esa taetforiasertugadvertisemenUforasateai lawess saff rates. Adrertiaersin that ai Lto reuueetod to leavetheir favors with either Wtlws assess.: ft "! :4l Tbererj Corn. ' man ean with them. They absolutely prevent sore or eyld hands..!- The nalf-clores orer the parts of the hand whioh uauaUy baeease aore. rrioe S1.2S. Tbe lull glorea are made or oesi tan ned calf and buck-skin. . Priee, $2.40. Both styles : hare daws e attached aa&. Care made in three sixts, large, medium ana smau, for both right and left handed peraonau Sent, aid, on receipt of priee. ror aa or lum mmiiUt. AddreVs HALL HDdUXO GLOVE CO, 145 South Clinton St ChicaRO, III. a . REV7ARD For any caw of Blind, Rleediog, Itehins; or Ulcer ated Piles the De Uing'a file Remedy faila to cure It is prepared expressly to cure the Piles, and noinine else. oia dj an uruggisis. rnce i $15, $20 and $5. The best made. ' Will make bright molasses in 20 to 30 minutes. Also, '. C-AOsHE! MIIjLS, 65, Via and aiOO. Address ' J.W. CQAPMAX k CO, 294 Madison, Ind JURE FOR INTEMPERANCE Da. Hsnst Hollano's Tkrsm Arc Powdeus will cure drunkenness and all lore or desire for Mtosicating liquors. Can be administered, if necessary, withoat tle kaowledge of tUp person, in ale, wiue,tea or any other beverage. nent by mail or express to any part of tbe United States upon receiptof prtoe per Box,, $1. Principal depot, 59 Front stiwet, New York, and for sale by all Druggists, 294 C. VEAV1EACO. AAA AGENTS WASTED. Samp SFF V VV lea seat tree by mail, with terms tu clear from to $10 per dar. Two . eniireij oew mnicies, aAtuaoie as nmr. aqt ; ureas x.. u, f u, x.cwai, . .ui j . KJ II nrrriTc v u w ani f Patent B.rbli Boot-HeaJs-i b 5 These Heeels are designated tu entirely coun teract the expensive and annoy injr feabit of ruoning the ketir do -n. Tbey can ite attacbr ed to any W.nts tr shcies, m w or old, whether worn ny mMitwox,ntir xhtinren, wyTheir use the heels are kept straight, tte ankles strengthened, repairs saved, newtness secured, and durability of boots preatly increased; Try a pair, aad yea will trover without them. Manufactured oeif r the REVEB SIBLG BOOT-BEL, CO., of rWMeoce. It. I, and tor sale by shoe dealers genecatly. (, Pteadeatinl TWfiCHiW. Send for Illustrated Cir- . cular and lYice List ' CURKlIfG OH It HILL, ; MANUr ACTTJEKBS , . 29 Church Sueet, Philadelphia, Pa. 294 It is not a physio which may give tempo rary re 1 let to tbe sunerer tor the first tew doses, but which, from continued use brings files and Kindred diseases to art m weaken ing tbe invalid, nor is it doctor! liquor, which, under tbe popular name ef "Sitters" is so extensively palmed off on the public ax sovereign remedies, but it is a most power ful Tonic ana aKexaure, pronounced so by the leading medical authorities of London and Paris, and has been long used by the reg ular phyaicians of other countries with won derful remedial results. f Qj WeWS EXtfaCt Of I . ' s H Tli PiTT'R'BTR A I retains all the medicinal virtues peculiar to I he f" sua must be taken as a nent curative agent. a. t. Is taere wantor acuoa ta ar ui er 4s Spleen I Unless relived at , the bleed becomes impure by deleterious secre tions, producing scrofulous or skin diseaseso Blolehes, r elons, fustuleg, canker, rimples, sc., Ac. Take Jarnbeba to cleanse, nurinr and re store the vitiated blood to healthy action. Ilnve you a Dyspeptic Stomach! Unless digestion is promply aided the System is debilitated with loss er vital Joroa, povertv of the B'ood, Dropsical Tendency, General Weakness or Lassitude. - Take it to assist Digestion withoat reaction. it will impart youth lul vigor to the weary suf ferer. Have yon weakness of the latest tines ! You are in danger of Climate Diar rhoea or the dreadful Inflamation of the Bow els. Take it to allay irritation and ward off ten dency to inflammations. Have yon weaitess of tae uterine r fJrinarr Oraaaa ! , Ton snnet awoeure instant relief or yon are liable 4e anflerlng titan death. - Take it to strengthen organic weakness or life becomes a burden. . Fioallr it should be frequently taken to I keP e system in perfect health or you are 1 otherwise in great danger of malarial, mlas- I ma tic or contagious diseases. -JOHN Q. KELLOCrG. 18 Piatt t K.Y. Sole Agent for the United 8tates Price f I per Bottle. Send for Circular. 304 AN ELEGANTLY BOUND CAN VASSING BOOK for the best and cheapest Family BMa ever published, wi't be sent tree at charge to any ok agent. It contains nearly a OS fine Scripture illustrations, and agents are meet ing witn unprecedented sac cess. Aaarees, stating experience, etc., ana we wtR show I you wbat our agents are amag, X AllUX ait PUIJLIaUlJiU ;o. Chicago, tllj Uineinnati, Ohio, or St. Louis, Mo. 394 r Be Deceived, hut for coughs. esMe. sore throat, borsenees and bronchial diffioulties.use onij WELLS CARBOLIC TABLETS, Worthless imitations are 00 the mar ket, but the -only scientific preparation of UorDoiio acta tor lAing diseases is when chemically combined with ether well known remedies, aa in these Tab Lars, and all parties are eaunonea against usiog any otoer. in an eases 01 irritation or tbe mucous membrane these Tablets should be freely used, their eteaasmg aad neahar nro parties are aetoniahing. . , .- Be waned, never to aeateet a ec x. it ia easily cured ia ha incipient state, when it be comes chronic the cure is exceedingly diffi cult, use Wells' Carbolio Tablets as a speeifc. rriee 20 uta. per box. jvns u. euuuou 18 Piatt St., a. Y Sole Ageat for the (7. S. Send for Cirealar 304 EPILEPSY OR FITS Can aow be certainly eared by a new and safe remedy, regard leas of the obstinacy or ouraaoa 01 tne oiseass. too ata are atapoaa from tbe beginning ef treatment. Far par iMUiars,aaaress vn rrainna, T- T l.ul- ITOula' '.St THE' PALLADIUM, Several Papers Claim to ' " be "The BEST Newspaper Pub r lished in Eastern Indiana ; " But owing to a generous modesty on our part, we only claim the vlioiid m V"0 BE AMONGTIIE BEST IFINOT THE BEST HERE! JOB PRINTING. Husinesa Cards) Shipping Cards, Railroad Cards, Visiting Cards, Address Cards, Bill Heads, Business Cards, Checks, Drafts, Wedding Cards, Visiting Cards, Ball Cards, I nri tat ion Cards, 4c, A Bills of Lading Letter Heads, Envelopes, Statements, Ac. Entrance to Office 228; Mnin Street, 8d door East of theS m ; . Citizens' Bank . 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When the first number of tbe Inter-Ocean was published and the price established, it was not tne tnteauon to make it a six paged paper. 1 Tbe promise waa, "a supplement eve ry Saturday.' This grew into six . pages twice a week, and nnally to six pages every oay or puoiicanon. . suddenly thrown into tbe front r vn sole representative of tbe Repiesentative party, among the morning: journals of Chicago no other course would satisfy the public de mand. From ' . . Poor Pages of Thirtynwo Coramas, Tbe paper has grown to " ' Six Pages ol Forty-eight Colamas, andnow contains as large amount of reading matter as any of the leading Journals of the country. . This enlargement has greatly increased the ezpensea of publication, and renders it nec essary to advance the price to that of other Urge Horning Dailies. '- ' 1 On and after Monday, July 29th, the lnter- ueean win ne rurmsned to.regniar subscribers at the following rates: '..- - By MaD, One Year. . $12 00 do Six Months.... 00 By Carrier, (any part of city ) per week 25 t Encouraged by the public favor with which the paper has been received, the proprietor Will spare no pains or expense to. maintain the high character it has already achieved, but every exaction will he made to improve its arkma departmenta. Address, (No. 16 CoBgress St.. Chlcag a, 1.. j - f- ...... i iniiiri LiUIUI.1 t GREAT-r.E0ICAL DISCOVERT. BULLIONS Bear TMtlaay (abMiv r Vai4rral Ca rati re KaTecfs. DB.WALKBB'fl CAXiIaTOHWIA I. Wuiu. rreuriMor. B. tL kiiwin i i.At't.8rriin.Cl..MAM arnwiri.M.T, SsFUtM cam saka tkiMa Bltaaia ao enrdins todlrecnona, and remain long unwell, -arortae their bones are not destroyed by mine ral poison or other means, and vital organs wasted beyond the point of repair. Drape palm or ladlcaatloa, Headache, , Fain In the BhoQidera, Coughs, neatness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the Sto mach, Bad Taste In the Month, Billons Attacks, Palpitation of the Heart, Inflammation of the Luna, Pain In the r0ona of tbe Kidneys, and a aundred other patnnu symptoms, arc we an -Brings of Dyspepsia. One bottle will prove a better guarantee of Us media thaa afengthy adrerUaement. Far FaalaaapUtaas, in young or old, married or single, at toe dawn of womanhood, or the turn oflie, these Tonlo Bittern display as decided an Influence that ttnprorement ia soon eroeotlble. - . , atlam and Goat, Bilious, Remittent Hf7 and Intermittent Ferers, Diseases of the Blood, Urer, Kidneys and Bladder, these Bitten bars no equal. Such Diseases are caused by Vitiated Blood. ' They are a geatle Pawawtir as wall aa a Tomie, possessing the merit of acting as a powerful agent In reuerlng Congestion or In flammation of the Liver and Viaoeral Organs, and in Bilious Diseases. ror Skim Disaasea, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt Rheam. Blotches, Spots, Pimples. Pustules, Bous. Carbuncles, King-worms, ocaia- l-Hesd, Bore Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Bcurft, Dlacolora Uonaof the Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin of whatever name or nature, are liter ally dug np and carried out of tbe sys tem in a short time by the use of these Bitters. GraMflal TBoauaai proclaim uiauu Brass the most wond Ddemu inngorant was aver sustained the sinking system. WL. H. axaawniAnv as. CO. WUMILIBUi Will ucu. Aw.. emu cabuvidw, v. A iw. or Waahlnston and Charlton eta. N.Y Ban Pranclsco, CaL, BOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS A DEALERS. l mmm mn no. 7 ADJUSTERS OF CLAIMS ; For Insolvents and Bankrupts 1IO LEN ARD ST., NEW YOTK. JRelerences of highest character. or Circular. . 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Copies of the Laws and Bales; and Begufatfens of the Patent Of . Bee, will ha seat, gratia oa ap- r-. t plication. Ia applying aar : la rateat tne appueaas Forward s-Uodel TO&tion, of kisZn susceptible of being illustrated by model, or if it eonaiata la a ahesaiasl compound, sample of aha Basra dients j ia their eemmereial . , . . tatato, and also ia the pto-j . posed prepared form, should W seat. . 4 .f "..1 1 . 1 . 1 ALSO. A WVLL DESCRIPTION Of the Invention or diaoovery, aad its ad . vantages ahoald be grreaaaia praotie able, to aid ia tbe proper prepa- rauoa of tne papers. j i O i T ij 'TV.T 1 v k 1 it t-h'r . 4- ii'i t .i 1 :? Persons believta they bar andaeaironaof knowing whether tne name baa been patented, by traiumitting tons a model, or drawing, or snfltcient description to make tbe iareuuon iatelligible, ean have a thorough examination made in the Patent Office, and the result of said examination forwarded to them for a reasonable feearpan- nation. . '.: .s. - CAVEATS, pWIXL -BE PEE- On abort notice, by th e inventor giving brief description of their invention with Will be made in artistic style from models tarnished by inventors. 8earche of the Reward - f the Pat eat OCsea .; I regard to tKms ia Patents, will ' ea application. Send fall Basse er aai character of tho invention, awl tf possible, date of Patent . Cop ea of an Claims, On anv Patent issaed by tne Patent Office a.rea. 1939, will be farnieaed aa the receipt to ' tr , the applicant giving th fall name ol th a testes aatare of th invention, date a th Pa .nt, Ac. - Washington City, Feb. 'v Di P. Hollow at " A': - ft ' 1 ' Ik "'