THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, JANUARY G, 1874.
A BLOODY RECORD.
rear for the
THE ITOGS THAT II AVK BEEN KILLED.
TJlK NUMBER OK PICM THAT HAVE GIVEN CP
TUB HOST IX THE SLAl'GHTERTXrt SEASON
CK 1573 WHAT HAS KEEN DOSE AT ALL
The Chicago Times, by special telegrams
Irom all points, gives the result of the pork
packing of 1S73. In Chicago, the returns re
ceived ca Saturday last from the various
local parkers of their business from Nov. 1,
1ST:?, to the 21 inst., aggregate l.OM.OiS head,
atiinsl C35,S03 head for the same time last
year. Daring October the number of hogs
slaughtered i estimated at 70,000. The
packing for the entire season of 1S72-3
aii:oimted to 1.425,079 head. Unless the
r'in"of hos during the last half of Janu
ary and the month of February is consider
ably smaller than is now expected, it is
prettv generally believe, that the packing
iluring the present season will be the larget.1
l.v several thousand ever reported in the
luMorv of Chicago.
CiNri-NNATi, Jan. 4. Mont of the hogs that
oni into Cincinnati, oomo iy tue way tu
the l-uited llailroad stock-yard, and aro
veighed there. It is noticed that the weight
of hogs is considerably less this year than
last. During November and December of
t Ms t-a-son 4 14.7:16 were received and weighed
at the vards. The aggregate weight was 115,
o.is,'.r.l" pounds There have leen received
thin M'ftson up to date 4!o,iH)." hogs, and dur
ing the la&t week 32,3-lU. The total receipts
to this time last year was 4:it'7')t and the
uumU-r ior tho corresponding week last
vear was 51.4Ü7. These figures show that the
jork-nackiiig season opened heavier this
year than last, and is already closing.
U)i ihViLLE, Kv., Jan. 4. The pork-packing
season at this place is closed; 17ö,2itt
holt- were killed by the packers in this city;
S-i.ci In Jefl'ersonvül, and 13,4od in New
Alban v makinsc an aggregate of 'J25.759
around the falls, for the present season,
nvrui nt 2S0,(Ho last season to date, and 30"
O' for the winter season of ls72-: in the
thrio cities. The numerical deficiency of
tu T.-on just closed as compared with last
ymr is about 77,000 head, and the aggregate
h-ii-tage in weight is about ai,WK),(M)U pounds
J N I1 1 A N Aroi.ls, In.., Jan. 4. The pork
packing season is from tho 1st of November
to the ;st of March. To this date the num
ber packed is 200,200. The total number that
will be packed is estimated at 270,( The
averao weight thus tar is 212 pounds per
he ul ; the yield of lard "( pounds per head,
th prico lias rangel from f .1 10 to fc. -jr.,
-Hvfr.i''ing aliout ?4. tour houses have cea
M ojraiions. Kingan iv Co,
o-ukin durinc the entire
IhirniKMii i:trkets. and if the Iioith chii le
had tiey will pack from Novemer 1, usy:?,
f ., .November 1, lS7J,500.fnK) head.
r. Nsvn.i.K, Ind., Jan. 4 Total hogs
pat-kwl, 1:572-3. by three hou-.es, 17.J; total
in w:-4, by six houses, If, "'. The season
1 j vrAVETTE, Jan. 4. Your correspondent
illiM n the dilfrrrent Mrk-pa. keis to-day
to gt an idea as to what had leen done hy
them this season in that line. Sample A:
have killed and packed iY'N) hogs this
sen-ori. Ceing something over t5u0 more than
lat seaon. The average gross weight of
Imgs this year was 263 pounds, against 21-
!at season, and their btatenitnts shows a
lallintr otf of from ten to twelve per cent in
la rd this season. J. II. Telford it Co. say
thov have not yet finished packing, and have
no Idea as to how many they havo killed
this se;ison or what the weight will be.
I ::i.r in. Mr. James Spears, of this city,
who is a member of the firm of Spears. lu
mii A Co., D.MpbJ. Ind., says they hive
killed and packet! 1S.00Ü hoga this season.
T"h average weight ot the hogn rnns alout
f iiitf en pounds less per hog, and the lard
Ai-.ui seven pounds less than a year :tgo.
11 u.-ws j:ot prepared to furnish any further
information, not having anycf their books
or figures Mfith him.
Tkki-.k Haute. Ind., Jan. 4. Vork packing
at Tent? Haute for the season: George V:
Jenkia. 15,000; W. J. IteirnanjÄ Co., 10,(K0;
w. v. Davis A Co., 10,000. Average net
-w eight. '23 pounds.
JtlTEESONVILLE, INI., Jan. 4. Guthrie,
Martin t Co., the only packing house in the
-citv, elosed on the 15tb u!t., after slanghter
iug :"i.fw. head of hogs. This is the large-1
bu-iness that has been done .-ince 1J2.
Kichkosd, Ind., Jan. 4. There were ."",5(10
lioir Hi;iuehtered here this season, against
iT.cco lasiyeir. Average weight this year,
2 is ii.-i thirty-nine pountls net less than
latyear; lard, eiht pounds less por lug.
Tin price averageii about ?t r0, against ?:5 73
lat year. Thre are rpiiite a large number
of live hogs still remaining in the country.
Ni:v Aloanv, Ind., Jan. 4. The number
of hf's tlauehtered bare is U.ss'i. The
averuce weight is 120 oounds, being less tlian
thai of last seasn b thirty round. The
lard averages five pounds less. The num
ler killed is less than last season by 500.
Lm-orte. Ind., Jan. 4. There are three
amnll jacking establishments in this city,
whose aggregate products are probably 1,500
barrels for the season. The butchers will
pack as much more. From a ca; eful esti
Toate your correspndent figures that there
are 2,m put up by farmers In the country,
and 2.000 by butchers and packers in our
ttftighloring cities and villages of Michigan
City, Westville, Kingsbury, Union Mills,
. tc. Recapitulation: La porte. 3,000 barrels;
La porta couuty farmers, 2,0(X) barrels; Mich
iga:t City and small towns,- 2,000 barrels;
total, 7,000 barrels.
Th J following table, compiled by the Cin
cinnati Price Current, shows by States the
total packing at 250 interior points (which
do not Include Cincinnati, Chicago, St.
Irouis, Louisville, Milwaukee and Indiana
polis), giving the whole number packed to
date) of reports (13th to 00th of December),
the estimated number lor the winter season
of Ih7:-74, the total packing at the tame
DointR during the Beason of 1872-73, and the
whole packing at points in the mentioned
States, exclusive ot cities named above, dur
St. Jxmi .,
,.2,10-j.OuO lJM-i.WW S,.-!,!!?
THE HlKl PKODCCT SINCE 1S50.
The whole number of hogs packed in the
winter seasons of lSk-50 to LS72-73, inclu
sive, as compiled by the Cincinnati Trice
Curreut, U as follows:
No. of ho?.
No. of hotrs.
... 2,-M,'tf 2
A novel sight was that in New York on
Sunday night. Two hundred and titty men
and women, while dancing in the Union
Assembly Kooins, were arrested by the po
lice, taken to the Touilw Tolice Court. All
the streets through which the procession of
prisoners passed were crowded with specta
tors. The officers accused the prisoners of
keeping b disorderly house, and the proprie
tors were committed. A complaint was then
preferred against tho other prisoners, 200
men and fifty women. Justice liixby said
that he would like to have the orticers oint
out to him any prisoner whom they knew to
be a professional thief. A man giving the
name of Michael Collins was then pointed
ont by one ot the olficers sis a habitual thief.
Colilns affirmed that he had been at work
for tho past six months. He was committed
for examination. Jnstice liixby then com
mitted aH the remaining prisoners in default
of ?30o hail for eood behavior. Justice liix
by said that such of tho prisoners as could
prove that they had regular employment he
should at once release.
TABULAR STATEMENT OF LICENSES ISSSCED TO TEACHERS' BY COUNTY
THE FIRST STATEMENT OK THIS KIND EVER MADE IN THE STATE OF INDIANA THE COUNTIES
THAT STAND IN THE FKONT RANK, ETC.
rOETUKE TOS 8L
A serious accident hapjened the Empress
of Japan a tew weeks ago. Sljo was riding
in a close carriage that was drawn by two
foreign horses. She was accompanied by
her mother and a lal3' of the household.
Coining down a hill near one of the castle
moats, tho pole strap gave way, and the
horses, leeomiug frightened, dashed otf at a
tremendous speed. The -oachnian lost com
mand of the hor.es, and the consilience
was that they fetched up in the moat. The
carriage was broken and one of the horses
! drowned, but fortunatelv the ladies were
not seriously hurt, the attendant alone re
ceiving several bruises on the head. As,
however, the Empress is said to be in an in
teresting condition it was feared that trouble
misrbt 101 low, but, so fir, she in ''doiug
Bret Harte has liegun suit against Robert
M. De Witt, in New York, w ho lias been
soiling a novel called "Mliss, purporting to
b1) written by Harte, but only the first live
hapters of which are his. the rest being writ
ten by i. K. Densmere, of California, and so
announced at the time. Hat De Witt has re
published the whole in New York as written
by Harte. The part that pinches the plain
till" is that some say the last part of the book
Is better than the first.
. ' !
, Cl'KES ALL K1N1M OK CATAHRII.
So successful has Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical
Discovery proven, as a constitutional treatment
for Catarrh, when coupled with th use . of I)r.
Sage's Catarrh Itcmedy, applied locally by the
use of lr. Pierce's Nasal liouche (the only meth
od of reaching the upper and back cavities of
the head', that the proprietor of these medicine
liaa lonjr ottered a standing reward of f- 0 for a
case of .'ittari a.li wutcli be can not cure, i he two
liu-dl.iat, with ins.rutncnt, fori'-', by druggist.
A SPB1SIKS OUT OF TUOl'SANItS.
t'oKTIAM), Il.L., April löTJ.
Dr. IMfkce, ritiflalo, N. Y.:
Dki:Sik It Is with pleasure I make this
utateiitent to yon thnt after Inking medicine for
twenty years for the Catarrh, I tried your Catarrh
Kcinedy and ll'ec!etl a cure, so that it has not
troubled me lor two year. S. WIIKELEll.
STEAM NO OIB THI'.VDKIU
People should bewa-e of those impostors who
copy ir. Pierce's original style of advertising,
! offering va'lons Kitel rewar.ls forcjisesor
Catarrah and o her di3eases which they can not
cure. These who do not posev ufllcient lntel-
1 ence to w:lte an onzinal advertisement ar3
not likcl to have laaile great aud val nable du
coeries in medicine.
1 hi V less
.loh h sou. .........
"1 1 1 uesota
Tf n nM e.
m 1 i,;j a!
pi a -es
- 77,. jo
The Iiiitest Swindle. Certain sarctlmonious
charaiaus would fain persuade t ho word that
diffusive stimulants have no medicinal vaJue,
aud that detestable slops, composed of griping
acids aud drastic purgatives, are Deuer tonics
than the finest vegetable ingredients combined
with the purest and tuelloweft prod ucts of t he
still. Hut this sort of Uiinx won t go down. Tlie
Momach of our common sense rcjectn II, as the
physical stomach of every iuun with an unde-
nraved tialate reiects. M'lth loat hinv and abhor
rence. the nauseous abominations, "fre from
alcohol," which Humbugs are trying to thrust
dawn the throats of Temiieranee invalids under
the pretense that the filth will do them good
It Is not likely that while Plantation Hitters, the
Standard Ionic or America, is anywhere acces
Klble. such sickening frauds can make much
headway, but it 1 as well to put the public ou
their guard against tnetn.
Tetter, Salt Uheum, Scald Head, etc., will
certainly yleljl to the great alterative effects of
"Tlie people have been so much imposed
upon by several worthless Sarsaparlllas, that all
are glad to be able to recommend a pre para
tion which can be depended on as containing
the virtues of that Invaluable medicine, and is
worthy of the public confidence. loctor Ayer'a
?arsarariila cures when anything can cure the
diseases that require an alterative medicine.
car44 War to the Knife." We have declared war
against counterfeiters, and we mean to fight it
out. When diseases of the Kidneys or of the
procreatlve orgs ns prostrate you, take nelm-
bold'a 15achu, The genuine llelmbold's Huchu
may be known by the private proprietary nt amp
of H. T. llelmbold, on each bottle, and Is fully
WIUTHullM IUI uiwivm ui me kiuurjn nuu ua
nary oryana. Soid by druggist, everywhere.
Hegseman'a Cordial EUxlr of CalLsaya Bark, a
pleasant Cordial which strengthens and Lm
proves the Digestion, an excellent preventive of
PAvcro. Cpvnr and Atme, etc and a Great Henc
valor and Tonlo for Invalids and debilitated per
sous. Hwraaa ft V New York, Hols Maamlac
tarers. bold by all Drucisu..
;l'i7l- l-1,il5 lySUl,117 2l,fo7
Th packing at points given exceeds the
number tr corresponding dates last season
2i,oo0. The noints not heard trotn psoked
a total of 179,720 during the season of 1S72-73.
The aggregate lalling off at interior points
will be, in round numbers, 2D0,0on. The ts
timate for the season exceeds packing to
dates of reports near 400.0UO. The whole
packing in the west, to January I, is approx
imately lU0,Qüu at inU-rlor jwints, and 2,
500,000 at the .ix larger cities, or a total of
4,000,00', which is 1.410,000 less than the en
tire season of 1872-7 J.
WHAT H.A BEEN DON2 AT THE CITIES.
The subjected tabla gives the number of
hogs packed to date at the fcix principal
pftcklng points in the West, together with a
Comparison cf tho business of list year:
gPLCIAL XOTII tM.
DH. .WHITVIEK, WfliSSo
l,ont enguirel. and motncce;hl ptnkUQ f
tue ae. Consultation or pamplüet treo. Call r writ.
2t0 Pa-f The Of am f .Medical fätrratnr
I:l9trtcd wlthciit4nrrtTlnj3; ipi:p:af ihlmpc4
Inata to arri.i., their asture, nun aea sr.
rbtiokiclckl dlMVTerlr lah xHnc of ran rod ut. n,
tu. biualxb.anioa, la ml.ldl.or oil -, Vrom . bl
OtriUH. All that th doubtful or laquUiilr wiu la
know. Seat tn ot a44re,aiinlT mlH, poat raid f r
to aeou by DOCTOR WHITTLEU, 61f St.
Charlea afreet, St. Laaii, Mo. Laatt ioe
aiad Boat tarra.ful piaii.t of tha ara. Call ar arrlta.
The Mlcnce of Life, or Self -Preservation '
Medical Treaties on the Cause and Cure of Ex
causted Vitality, Premature Decline In Man
Mervons and Physical Debility. Hypochondria
Im potency, Spermatorrhoea or Bemlnal Weak
neafl, and all other diseases ari&lpg from th
errors of youth or the Indiscretions or exceaae
of mat-ore ye?js. This Is Indeed a oooX for ever
man. Thousands have been taught by this work.
the true way to health and happiness. It Is the
cheapest and best medical work ever pabl!hed.
and the only one ou his class ot Ills worin
reading, luuth edition, revised, ranch enlarged,
illustrated, bound Jn beautiful French clotn.
Price only one dollar.- sent Dy man, post paia,
on receiptor price. Address PEAKOJJY MEDI
AL lSTil UTJ', o. 4 Kamncn utreet, Honton.
Mast., or Dr. W.U. PAKKtK, Assistant Physi
clan. N. B. The author may be cousciiea on
the above as well mm ail diaeaatj reqciiiug skill
' Obstaeles to Marrlapre.
Happy relief for young men from the effects of
errors and abuses ineariyiiie. Mannoou re
stored. Impediments to marriage removed. New
method of treatment. New and remarKaoie
remedies. Book a and circular seDt free, in
sealed envelopes. Address, HOVAU1) ASSOCI
ATION, 'o. 2 south inm street., runaaeipma.
Pa., an institution bavins a htsth reputatiou for
honorable conduct and professions! skill.
To look through our stock
before you buy, as we will
One Thousand Pairs Corsets
AT REDUCED PK ICES.
Kvery article in our entire stock at New
York -ost until further notice.
Yhite Blankets, t.ray Blankets, Horse
lilankets, Coniforters, flannels, Table Lin
ens, Trinis, Ginghams, Domestics, Cloaks,
Shawls, Ladies' aud Misse' Muslin and
Cambric Underwear at prices never before
heard of. Now i the time to buy.
e i:t WaMtilngtou street,
500 dozen. Ladies' Kid Gloves at reduced
prices. 500 dozen Initial Corner, one, two,
three and four-inch hemstitched Linen, Cam
bric and Silk Handkerchiefs, fancy Collarets,
Gmpure Lace, Trimmings, Edges, etc. Jac
onets, Hainsooks, Mulls, iarletans, ram
Muslin, Swiss, French Nainsook, etc. Em
broideries, Groa Grain Hibbens,- Black Velvet
50,003 YARDS DRESS GOODS REDUCED,
And will offer for sale without reserve on
Monday Mornirg 250 pieces Siher Shield
BLACK ALPACAS and PUEE MOHAIfi
LUSTEES at less than foimernrice.
ROBERTSON & SCHINDLER,
Indianapolis Dry Goods House, .
94 and 96 East "Washicgton street.
FEVER MD AGUE CURED BY
whkh oonllne nil tlie nlka'old or the Cinohow
Ikuks. anl is etl.ttual a redely n the Sulf-hit
of Quinine, whüe M h piuch cheaper ainl nn
palatabta. JrSenl stamp for descriptive oircul
wlthforniuU i;r using tlM Clcrho-Ouiiilne, n
Testimonials ficni Physicians all ovir tha country
Prcparl by niLI.IXflM.CLAPP Ä CJ.,CUemita,
SacceKMirs tc J:ia. U. Nicholx t Co., liowon. Mm,
Jjprp-wnieil in New York by S. II. Austin, at
oLa I", llcury'.s, Kj. a College 1'laco.
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EMPIRE HALL, IN PEKi ILLINOIS,
February 20, 1874.
$120,500 lOST SIZEIS
This enterprise is gotten np ty some of the
beet cltUenn of this city, simply to Ei&.e sale ot
property, as below given, the tlüe for which are
guaranteed perfect, and none cf it la encumbered.
O. K. MillK, Teliln, 111 40,0
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Bealdence and lot, Mo. IJtMVSeventh Btreet,
Farm in Anoka county, Minnesota, IKJ
Twenty choice lout, Pekin, i n
Kesldence and two lots, southeast corner
Market and Fonrth strteta, Petln, 111
One residence and lot, No. 113 Ptufc Place,
Peoria, HI a
Farm No. 7, Taxe well county, äö iwrree
ÜBe farm and buildings, is) acres, Tase well
One Improved farm, Taeeweli county. Hi
known as Farm No. 8
Farm "o. , Mason county, 100 -rrm t
Farm No. 5, Mason county, 151 a-
Housee and lots amounting To
Ten Hardraan Plauos, wRrnmtoJ ...
Ten Taylor & Farley organs, warrantedU..
Twenty -At Howe Hewing Machine. Full
Cabinet Cases, warranted
Fifty T. A H. Mmith A Co.'s Wagona
Thirty Fine Carriages
One Hundred Copies "Library Poetry and
Kong," (.Bryant's) bound in fall Morocco
Eljhty Copies W. H. Heward'a Lila and
Travel, bound In full Mrnwv , ,
The Capital Prise. O. K. MILL, Js locatt A in tba
growing city of Pekln, 111, and wm built a short
time ago at a cost of over $40,100. It has live run
of old stock French bars, engins, boilers and two
seta of bolting and cleaning machinery of the
most improved kind. Capacity, 2öü barrels per
day. 8torax for 7,uuo bushels. 'liiere 1 a railroad
switch to the mill door.
For farther particulars of the mill apply to Q.
A. Stephenson, Ksq.. Pekin, ill, present owner;
or to Samuel Bi early, Lsq. Canton, JIln the ?or
The carriages and Wagons can be seen at the
manufactory of T. & H. Hmith- k Co., of this place.
The llanos and Organs are on exhibition, at
the music store of IL Mol to, So. 401 Main street,
The money arising from the sale of tickets
will be dptiited at the First National Bank and
Ties braltn A Co 's Bank, of Pekin, subiect only
to the order of the committee appointed to M
perlstend the drawing, approved by the man
ager. PLAN OF DRAWING Tbers will be plaied
upon the stage two glass whceles, the contents ol
which can be seen by all present. A committee
of three prominent citizen, not connected with
the enterprise, will oversee the drawing on the
fctze. The laree wheel wtil contain tags ?ith
numbers corresponding with the tickets aoid.
The other wheel will contain ticket" with the
orizes marked on them. The tan will be f.r&ifn
jnem the wheels by two blindfolded chLdxen,
lender fourteen years of aje.
reThe number and prises, as drawn, will baheld
wg to the audit nee, called out and paseed V the
inspectors, then registered in three different
ulsters by three clerks. The delivery of prizea
cepd commence on February 22, ou pMScctatlon
lillh e tickets entitled to them. All pri?s not
wl ted for within sixty tlays after the drawing
laRl be considered lon'eited. A pilnted list of the
drawing will be sent to each tlc&et hold&r.
TO CLUBS A commLsKion of ten per cant will
be allowed to clubs of not loss than 10, or 11 tick
ets for 110, 22 tickets tor S20. Ail money ssn t by
pofltofflce order, registered letter, draft or ex pre
at ocr risk. The nsmes of the purchase most
bo plainly written on the stabs of tlckta and
turned with the remittances.
Jo Postponement As enough ticket have al
r jrdy been netrotlated to insure the scaceea of the
enterprise, thtre will Ite no po6tponeiilMb.
RüFERENti 1. T. Tbomntuu. FKln. HI.-,
Kooem & ureen.auorneys, renn, uj.; wmtney
A Foster, attorneys, Pekin, HI.; Lantx & Kaylci ,
Pekln, Hi,; O. K. Coblelgh, Pekln, liL; W. T
Kdcs, Pekin, 111.: John t. Cook, ti. F. A. P. P. A
J. R. li Pekin, LA.; 11. P. Westerzaan, Pekln
1U.; H. Vandervoort, Pekln, 111.; Frei. Schaefsr
Pekln. 111. ; O. lLofer, Pekin, HI.; C. 8. Anstln.
Peoria, HI.; H.H. Barlow, Peoria, HI.; W. ft.
Weed, Agent T. W. W. K. R. I'ekin, 11L
A few more reliable agents wanted. Apply In
person or by let ter to W. T. PATTERSON,
leneral Mauauer, Pekin, HL
jLSSOFRI STATE LOTTEBT.
Lagiliiftd by 8UU iathoritr sad Draw la ?abl! b
Grand Single Number Scheme.
tlaM A, to bo Drawn Jan. SI, 17.
5,830 Prizes, Amotmtiag to $300,000.
1 prise cL
1 prise ot...
I prix uf....i
4 rT.ea ot..
4 prixua of...
ii prises of.
'Mi ttrlftna of.
40 prüea of
G00 Drtzes of.
9 prises of.
i pnzes of.
9 prize of.
a i,r1y.nA tf
3d prizes Of.
1 uriiM nt
S,UX) prizes of.
McMM. Half Tidds, $5. Quarter . $3.5
arOnr lotteries are chartered by the Piste, are aJ
wars drawn at the time named, aud all drawings ar
under the aapt-rviaion of awora comniisnioiwra.
fcnie offlciat drawing 111 be published latbefT
Louis papers, and a copy of Drawing seat to parcaaser
TW( will draw a similar schstne the last dayt
everr month turin tbe year lb'T:i.
af-Reuiit at our risk: by PtMTOFFltn? MONK1
OKDHKs, RKüfSTERlO) LETT EU, DIU. IT, or KS
PRiÜsv. Heud for a circular. Ad1r,
MDK&AT, MILLEB (X).,
Postoffice Box 3448 aia Mo.
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THE INDIANAPOLIS SENTIXEL.
THE NEWSPAPER OP INDIANA
ÜKTP.AMMELED AND KClNPAKTls!AN.'
B. C. ATKINS. MTAB. 1867.
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H. KS I PPJLSB CKO,
SHEFFIELD SAW VORK3,
'.Manufacturers aud Kepairera of all kinds of
S J "W s .
Sole manufacturer of the celebrated Diamond
Fairbank's Standard Scale,
Of all kind, at man a fact n ran
prices. Also, Warehouse Truck.,
WM. P. ALLCi,
1 rent fbr State of iDdiana and Cen
tral IlUno'j), 41 and 45 North Tec
nesaee atretit. Indlaaarcll. In.
Price 75 wnts, or 57 50 per dozen, Is a complete,
cheap and useful book for Hinging (Schools.
Now Ithp time to nse it, and It has all the
material to make the w inter Hinging school at
tractive and useful In the Ligho.t Jfree. T.y
U O. KMKUSON
SYSTEM FOR BEGUNNEP.S
By MASON L HOADLEY.
One can not help liking this thorough, sys
tematic mei hod, the work of men eminent In
thflr profession, and who have the Important
qualification of being experienced teachers.
Itemembor that the first months of instruction
are. if there is aftiy distinction, the Important
ones. That is tho time to lay a Rood foundation.
A work well btgun Is already half done."
All books font, post-paid, on receipt of retail
OLI VEtt IllTSON A DO- Boston.
N CV. Til iZVJil hZT, i
timothy; millet, hungaeias
Kentucky lllne Gravaa,
Knglliih Blue Grans, I'.nl Clover, Bis English tTlover,
Alsike, aad a full assortment of
FIELD, GARDEN AND FLOWER SEED,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Agents wanted for D. 91. Ferry fc
V hite Poland and Barley Seed Oats.
UOUCK, ORKEN b CO..
4 West WaslilQKtoa street, Iadlavnapolla.
Tor Calkin's Champion Washer, the Imperial Plows
and Bells, the Cbanipion Kesp'! anl Mowers, the
Westtrn WsIkIdk flow. A full line ot Arsl-claM A
rlcuitunil ImDleinol waya in store.
JJEDIQAIj SPECIALTIES I
Twenty-five Years' Experience.
MEDICAL OFFICE OF DR. ROSE,
Boon 4, Vinton's Block (up tirt), epp. Posteftca.
Entrances on Pennsylranla and Market street.
OFFICE UOUKS-8 A. x. to 6 P. it. Bundays,
2 tO S Pa atf
Dr. Itotte", the frreatseneciallst, devote his at
tention exclnalvely to the treatment of Chronic
and Long Standing Maladies.. Dr. Row's success
in the treatment ol all Throat and Lung com
plaints, Pneumouia, Astnma, Bronchitis, Con
bu rapt ion, etc.. etc., Is unprecedented.
NASAL CATAHltH speedily and permanently
cared. Kapid relief afforded in Dyspepsia, dis
eases of the Liver and aOVctlons of the blood,
Nurvous Debility, Female omplaints of every
character receive especial care, and treated with
the most pleasing results. In ptrformlng speedy
cures of frivale Diseases or complaints of the
Genital and Urinary Organs, Dr. Rose'i irem edles
never r ail. Radical cures guaranteed without
loss of time or change of diet. ... ,
rir. Kos will be pleased to furnish inquir
ers the most convincing proofs of his marvelous
sucotes. Private ousultatlon rooms connecled
with office. Charges in accordance with circum
stances of patient. Joisui.tatio Fbeb.
Addxcw all communlcatiomi to noSE,
2?atcat Box :i. zz-iKU, lai.
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Betting out on a somewhat new ai,! ontrltv
path last year, the entinel dejnd at length an4
In detail lt parpows. To tboe w ho have wtche4
that coarse it rtitfi lv clHita j,.r continued
countenance and loyal support. 1'tm Sentinel
promised last year perfect independence from all
partisan tic. It promised earuwt, nnrelaxlng
eßbrtaln thejr.xyacllon and presentation of a
wholesome, refined and trustworthy news rue .
dinm. In th sutfcews jf that effort it has the cor
dial endorsement of a vat nurubeVof lis cotem
porary Joulal aad tbe written tisnranca of a
great constituency of ministem, teachers,-law
yers and families. The measure f the heutlnel'a
ßnecess la, however, best tbown by the isItioB
which It has toku within the y-ar, the first
newspaper of the Ute, and a leading new; per
of the West. Tathis lact nearly every journal
of intelligenan discrimination In Ute tat
has borne teaUioony, as well s tittllinglist
of new readers who have Joitd its ranks of
friends. Thiia a ueaeral way.
For the nexö year the Sentinel r.'-afTirms Us
attitude in tha ?ast year the ctHq of- iro party
or creed the temperate advoesV, oulj", of the
most generou measures in Church and Wate. It
will continue to publish all the news at the ear
liest moment. It will refit-et the seut.iments of
the people, n&J hold lUclf out. side' or all party
ties. It will support only hi.trst men for office
nd demand a pledge of character, not pai ty. 1 1
will uphold i&iaJousiy the Lauds of all luru liou-
est and eRrr.eht in reform, no matter what their
parly or predilections, aud it will strive to piv
all sides a hearing iu tb hunglug topics that
fill the pubix mind from time to tim-.
The Senthnpl he uo policy to inaiuutln & oi
posed to the will of the majority. Its coiuiuue
are meant la he a Uir relies of the rational . will
of the community, where all men cn have a
hearing fively. The Sentinel boluve that a
continuan of the baleful partj im of the past
must inevitably sap the loandalion of tue I;
public and des-joy every tlliticcU v iVatvre of
democratl) goverumt ut. To this eud It enoour
ages heartily the obliteration of the oo.ru pt
pewer wfciah has strangled houwty in oCicaiur
ing the laat wvea years; apowcrwhlcn Iring4
the nalica into ban unit ry on tlie vere rf, the
uewyeas.and by its fasrant disregard cf th
first priaiples of government, i.lan:; tho
country into Ril Unf bar-lships of ar auJ jhts
tilence. Under whatever condtlions rf form mayasorne,
the Sentinel will give its bet efforts for iu nio
ceis, taointainiug at all times ifj own i rfect
freedoxa. to uphold and maintain genne, not
On Via great ludatrial quetloaM, uo'juo in;
the r&bllc mind.tae Sutluel will uv;lutLu a
hearty, earnest eo-operation with all e'uKgling
men seeking to better theru.he jatntaHy.
physically, and every way. It believt. t bat the
present revenue laws work misch ievotily aud
üscrliainately naliint tlie rrtMucer zl in fa or
of tie non-prod aer, and t hat any re.'rui which
dosenot make farmer's rights and rtvrnuo re
focai solid planks of 4ts plat tor a. end active
rodaanres in its policy, loes not deserve the sym
pathy of inielllgint men The Farmers' move
iaent received iu first recognition UU seclioa
fsom the oentinel. Its efi'er Is shall continue to
a directed toward the strengthening of that de
sign. In its opposition to political, i aiiroad and"
financial Biouopolies. the Sentluei.nlll toi:tinne
an honest support. While furthering all iutr
est8 in thlsdirectlou, wisdom rcat U;ca!!dia
to keep the crusade against pufcilaabuse, mouop
olles, and the like, from degenerating intdema
joguerj". Iu all emergencies ox this nature, the
Sentinel will attempt full aud Impartial Jnstice
to all who trout it.
Conoemlng Its general featsrssa a uewjmi-er,
the Sentinel will hold Its rank as the foremost
In the State, by a coutinuatwiof thebame policy
of liberal expendlUm s whecdvcrevenis of ur
raent occupy the public mind. The features for
which this paper has Ixco(na popular and dla.
tingnished during tho lat ysar, will bo carried
out still more fully, if poible, tbe coming year,
and every department uuule of vital, abldingtlna
terest and usefulness t. the home clrcle,.th
minister, the lawyer, t ie educator la short, al
classes who want a pure and upright pre?, un
trammeled by party and anwarpod by prejudice
The Sentinel Is not only tbe complete news
paper In Its presenlation.of news and Its cons
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the year-for the :da s-omlt:!ug no public
tlou on any pretext. It L in this respect, one 4.
the most valuable &ews snediums in tlia State.
In short, the Sentinel s&eans to keep ahead of
the brilliant progress of the State. U aaeana to
give voice to the most liberal, enlightened and
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news medium for growth and support, and
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plete presented in any journal of similar re
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