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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 May 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, MAY 5m 1874. u , : i , . 1 ' I a K A. 'f V 7 SCHOOL HINTS AND HELPS. FREE EDUCATION. MAY MEETING OF COUNTY , BOARD, XKMASE OF TUB SCFEBI2TSJDE5T ADOP XIO OF- TXT BOOKS AKD OTHKR IMPORTANT ACTIOS. The count j board of education met at the Office of tbe superintendent, as required by law, at 9 o'clock yesterday. By a decision t the attorney general, the city board of school commissioners of Indianapolis are entitled to scats in the county board. But as the interests considered lie almost wholly outside the citv, only a few members attended from the ciiy, very properly leaving the control of the board in the hands of the township trustees. There were present W. S.Smith, superintendent, Wm. Hunter, of Warren township, L- llardlnpr, Wayne, J. II. Smith, Washington, E. F. Norwood, Perry, J. Coble, Pike, Charles Johns, Center, ' Jacob Ilornex, Decatur, S. M. Houston, Irvington. Dr ouan, A. ti. urown, Mr, Barnard, C. Vonnegut add W. A. BelL The superinten...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 May 1874

THE INDTATrASTATE SENTINEL", r TIfESDAY,r MAY 5; 1874. TUB DISKNTHRALLKD. t ' JOHH O. WHITTI. r r He had bowed down to drunkenness; Anabject worshipper; The poise of manhood's pride bid joae,. Too faint and cold to stir: -And he bad jlten his spirit op , Unto the humbKt tbrall; ' And bowtnxto-the poisoned cup, He gloried In his fall. ; ' There came a change the cloud rolled ofll Ana llgm leu on nis orain ; And like the rassln? of a dream . That cometb not again: The shadow of his spirit fled;" , . He saw the golf before Be shuddered at the waste behind, And was a man once more. . He shook the serpent's folds away,. ' That eathred round his heart.. .... Its poison vine apart; He stood erect returning pride il Urew lerriuij wuuiu. And conscience sat in Jadgmentoa His most familiar sin. The light of intellect aain Along his pathway shone. And passion, like a monarch atood., i Upon Its golden throne: . The honored and wise once more Within bis presence timer- ; And lingered from lorely ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 May 1874

1 ... - . .... ,.,.... . . . I THE INDIANA-ST ATE SENTINEL .T.UESD-Ay;-MAT 51874.. KIVER OF BABTIjODOWN AND WEIT. -. LOSD BTXO. . WE 8AT We sat down and wept by the waten i .It Of Uabel, and thong til or in aay i -' ' When oar foe. In the baa of his slaughters, --i Made Salem's high palaces his prey; , j And ye, oh, her deaolate daughters! Wereseatter'd ail weelng away. ' L'-w i - . i While sadly we gazd on the river ; WhlenroU'd on In freedom below, " '. j. They demanded the aong; but.oh, never ' Thvt triumph the stranzer shall know! 1 May this right hand be wltaer'ri forever, ' ' 1 Ere ltstring oar high harp lor the foe ! ' ,n ' " t . . vi..-. , . . . .. 1 ' On the willow bat harp lasospended, ' ' On Äalem! its sound should befree; 1 And the hour when thy glories were ended Dut left me that token of thee: . ' " And ne'er hall 1U noft Usee be blended , With the voice of the spoiler by me! 1 " BETWEKN THE YEARS. , t ' . , ..... .. X. B MDOCi . . i !' I ' r -' i ; .. , . , ill-- --- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 May 1874

;THE :INÖIANa7sTATE tÖEINELTTTJESI)AX3IAY 5 1874r 8 E VV 6 0 0 D S r f - t I i i ;' tnent of the arrivala in the leading countries durlog tue ant quarter or toe year: IMPORTS Or COFFEE, FIRST QUARTER OF THE I YEAR. oar stock of Dry Good-, Millinery end Notion. forsr-rlng and am id er is buw , -7-complete. The purehwet were made By Mr. Avrea In Denton, who remain In New York in entire season and buys only when me gooas are the right kind anaquaiuy, ik " 3. Ii" .h.lM.h n obtain. Toiarm- i a and mechanics we can offer the best goods . t.. m.rk.i t nriMxu tow aa any bouse id v.;H. and that very few bouses au dupU- ate. Coma and aee for yourself. ... ; L S. AYRES & CO., Traiie Palace . Indianapolis. Holland. Antwerp . Hamburg... meets. Harre . England.., Total. Ia sugar. 1S73 .Cwta. , 523,000 j 1.1,11 23u,UJO 69.000 2VAUU0 1874. Cwta. 13MJUÜ 842,U)0 blJJUQ 197 0X0 SAt.UUO I Receipts bt Railroad Flour.. Wheat, Corn. Oats- Rye- Barley. Shipments Floor. 1,200 350 23.3 O 7,350 40...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 May 1874

1 A. --"X. r VOL. XXIII-KO.42. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1874 WHOLE NUMBER 1,751 9 THE REFORM GALL. A VOICE OF AUTHORITY. THE ORIGIN. OF TUE CALL. AN EXPLANATION FROM IHK OT ERBE KR OT THE 8TATX GRANOE HE DEFENDS THE MOVEMENT AMD BILENCES THE PARTISANS. To the Editor of the Sentinel : Hm: Let me correct the false impression which may arise from the note of a fellow granger.publlsbed yesterday. Tbe question of the Lvulng of the call wm discussed by the member of the order ef the late meeting, and so far as I know, fully concnrred in. Brother Barnes having voluntarily taken copies of the call to bis district tor distribution, doee himself Injustice In seeming even to oppose the perfectly understood wish of the farming and Industrial classes. The disavowal of official action in the call by the agents suggested by Mr. Oilman, the political editor of the Farmer, was agreed to by those present at the last meeting, myself among them, because, as I understood it, the resolution was mea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 May 1874

V a .:::n:THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL.1 TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1874. ARB WE GROWING BETTER? BT A. r. BRITX5B. 'cr The Sentinel. " Ton glorloui bow f t freedom, bended by the band of God,Is spanning time's dark burges." ... Kvor It Jm as the years' glide by That some. In their vain repining, JVwall the 1 ol the olden titer When kindlier sans -wert- shining. They ee In to-day no virtuous aoal; . . And, clad iu th raiment of sorro', - - 'JViey shut the doors of their achlutf heart. A nd. sighing, turn from to-morrow. ... They have no faith In the human heart, ' In Its generous deed ani action, , BMlevlcp; it firmer bound each day In the letters of seltUh faction. They yay that the man Is a hardened wretchIs a lost .abandoned creature: He giving the reins to sin and crime They give to the ages feature. How dark are the picture' crlnnon dyes! Did the pen of truth but trace it. Well might we luanile our heads in grief Till pity hereelt eilace it. But In the scheme of the great I Am Is Ood In Ili...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 May 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, MAY 12. 1874. 3 "LIGHTEN OUR DARKNESS. llalfdoubting In the dark we stand, Donglng Thy glance to meet, -And tremblingly stretch out a hand .To touch Thy sacred leet; Barely, dear Lord, we know Thee nigh, Yet for a closer proof we algh. Our heart are bowed by earthly ft are, Oh nl e them nearer Thee: Otir ejes are dimmed by earthly Uars, Oh grant them sight to see : Tighten onr darkness. Lord we cry, That we may know TUee standing nigh. Bpeak to each weary storm-tossed heart, , And let It hear Thy "Peace, be still;" Then never more from us depart Wbl st we our earthly days fulfil; Till our spirit's gla amaze Brightens the sunlight of Thy gaze. DA WW. There Is a solemn stillness In the air; The moon attended by a slDgle mar Hhlnes hliO In placid ether: eastwrj-d far f Along the horizon's edge, there Is a glare Of orange brilliance, and above it. fair And paly blue tb say, without u bar Of streaky cloud the pure espar.e to mar, T. titiihim.l nith lh ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 May 1874

TUE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1874. f. TUESDAY, MAY 12. A Washington correspondent of the St. Louis Republican casta up the ' political horoscope ot Senator Schurz. First and foremost there is to be no removal to New York or elsewhere. If the people of Missouri should hare the bad tase to refuse to send Mr. Scburx bark to Washington, he will take op his quarters again, after the 4th of next March, at the offico of the Wetliche Pout. But he does net disguise ILo UcX. that he hopes for a re-election as an independent senator, bound by no party tics and subject oirfy. to the dictates of his own statesmanlike view and keen understand ing. tie feel In the air about him symptoms ot a break up in the existing order of things and he propoes, as soon as bis duties will permit, la devote himself to the organization of a new political movement in Missouri, which hall be an uprising of honest people against the two moribund parties which the power of momentum alone infuses with t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 May 1874

V THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, MAY 12. 1874. I0 MONOPOLY. FARMERS' MOVEMENT. CKRTINO IN MONROK COUNTY. A1MRES8 OF MR. CHARLES W. GREEN ANTIMOSOPOLY AND ANT1 -SECRET POSITIVE AUD orK.i ACTION IS PdLITICAIj AfFAlRS. Krön mi OeejRlooal Oorresooiuieiitot tue Sentinel.. llLooMüwiTON, Ind., May . IS71. It is known to most of ?tho tat that the larmn' association of Marlon county is one of the oMeat and strongest In the State ol Indiana, they having acted upon the theory that organization ia necessary to the effective influence of the farmers npon the public welfare, and to their own Improvement, and nave txen aomewhat In advance of other portiecaof the etat ia concentrating their forcee. It is not unlikely -that from thU point may spring a general state association, .imii.rtn that of Illinois. -Some action to ward that end has been considered to day. But the special object of a Urs meeting oi tha Monro trniers' dub to-day was to listen to an add res by Mr. -Charles W. Green, o4 reur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 May 1874

6 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1874.. INDIANA ELECTIONS. ' s MIXED RESULTS, s AT NEW. ALBANY., . ! ( 7HB TEMPERANCS CANDIDATES CARRY A MA JORITY OF THE WARDS FRAUDS ALLEGED IN. THE FOUBTII WARD A JUBILATION, By telegraph to the Sentinel. ;New Albany, Ind., May 5.Thef election ior councilmen to-day was the most excited ever held in this city. One councilman from ach 6f: the six wards was chosen. The con test was strictly between - the temperance and anti-temperance parties. The temper ance men carried four of the six wards, and arried the third on the popular rote by majority of 326 out of a total rote of 2,975. In the First Ward the contest was principally between ' Horlev. ' temperance: and John 8.- -Davis."- the 'leader ! oi . the mIoou party. Hurley's majority , was 82. In the Fourth Ward FulJenlove, the saloon candidate, was elected over McDon afld temperance by tbft most unblushing frauds. There are thirty "saloons in the ward- all ol . which pout out 'whisky an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 May 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1874. REMEMBRANCE. : KMILT BKOST f . Cold In th earth and the deep no piled above thee. Far far removed, cold in the dreary grave, Have 1 forgot my only love to love thee, levered at last by time's all severing ware ! ow when removed, do my thougnu no longer Over the mountains on that northern shore. Fating their wing when heath and fern leave cover Thy whole heart forever evermore. Cold In thy grave, and fifteen wild Decembers From these brown hula have melted Into spring, Faithful Indeed the love is that remembers After auch yearsof change and suffering. . Sweet love of youth, forgive If 1 forget thea. While the woild's tide ia bearing me along; Other desires and other hopes tset me. liopeü which obscure but cannot do thee wrong. No later light lias lightened op my heaven, No second moon has ever shone for me, All my lifea bliss from thy dear Ufe wa iven, All my life's bliss is in the grave with thee. But when thedays of golden dreams h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 May 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1874. ü vV üüuDS Oar t of Pry Goods, Millinery and Notions for spring and summer is now very full end complex. The purcha w.re made by Mr. At res in person, who remslns in New ork Hie entire season aud buys only when tbe rood axe the right kind and quality, and the pr-cee ate the very lowest thai cash can obtain. To farmers and mechanic w can offer the bent goods the market at price" ai low aa any boo In he west, aud that very few bouse can dtipilate. (not andseeior jourwlf. L S. AYEES & CO., Trade Palaca Indianapolis. cum üb nsinHTs Allay palna, subdue swellings, heal barns, and will cure rheumatism, spavin, and any lie, bone or muscle atUaenU The White Wrapper is for family ae, -the Yellow Wrapper for animal Price 50 cents; larg bottles, 1. chiidMB .rr rr Ceatrtav Pleaaatil to fak"" WettubaTili" for lstor Oil but more efficacious in regulating tte stomach aud bowel. RED HOT! Liegr-ntfora lively time. Distinctly understand th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 May 1874

o ttr" - - Ii " ; : I . . O J J i , i t.r . i 15 I Jf..r:'--t ., f ;;.;;V Iii 1 II i mm ff p Iii' in i f.Ani ; VOI XXIII NO. 43. THE REFORM CALL, A VOICE OF AUTHORITY. TÜE ORIGIN OF THE CALK AS EXPLANATION FRO THK OVERSEER OV THK STATK OBAKOK-HK 1. THK -HOVKXEST-AHD BTLSNCES THK PARTISANS. 3b lAe E&rr of v " T I"'" Bia: , Ju rt the W lmprewloa Wnieh mAy lae IWn th note of a fellow Erngrr,pbUHhed yerdr. ThequesUoa of the 5aliitthe clt ws dUcaiseU by the member, of the order of the tete meeting. nd so far I know. fUr concurred ln.i Brother Barne. having -voluntarily tafcen copies of the call to hie district for distribution, doee himself Inj astlce ineeenUngeven to oppose the perfecUy nnderfttoo wish of the Tanning and Industrial classy TUeflteavowal of official acllon In the call brthe agents suggeatel by. Mr, Oilman. the pollUcal dlter of the Farmer, was agreed to by those rrearat at the last meeting, myself among them, ecuse, as I -understood It, the resolaUon wan meant...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 May 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1874. BII LEY AND BT BRET HARTE, j Upon WaRAtch'a peaks of mow, -, s fclaht holds illimitable away, ' i , : Where bat m single hour ago, yThe cnurs and chasms, high and low, ; , Resplendent shone with dar, . . Vv,s From out the y no iUr ray shines Upon the awml solitude: V.'hile moaning throunh the tossing plae Ufce some unqolet spirit's brood, The winds swwp to ndfro, . J , " 1 i ' Andixtm In saddened mood-1 . . ' To breathe a wail of woe. t At first they only sighed. . . . But now they moan and sod; And since the eventide ' .- Their maddened pulses throw In quicker, faswr flow, .. .. .. . As their fleeting footsteps RiudJ . . O'er the cold expunse oi snow. r , And all thenpper air ' j filled with drifting clouds, f -Wnlle fUnd that revel there Are weaving ühütins Khror.dj; , . -Tönning 1 endlew whirl. Tney reel In goblin mirth, , And then the shrouds they nu-l " - ' On tempest's wing to earth. ' T was 'leven o'clock near Bridget' Uap, '...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 May 1874

...aasaT.staaaaaaaMaEaaMaatfBllssssWP " - THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, IAY 19. 1874. 1 J ! - ! V V- . . i .... ' FOR ETERNITY. - . i i . ic A.B. . .'TbouVh hnrnb! belhTfleTd and .the endeavor O brother mine, thou west every Seeds, of which fruitage hall exist forever To reproduce and reprodac, lor aye. mate'er thy walk, whaled thy social Und- "' WbathyntactwlthhumaiUty; " Vbate'er thy influence, less, or more com- " ' 'Thltffi ience U the germ of life to be. - Ah ! if in love of trutn thoa grapplest error.. .-, However popular thai error be- , , -i r Aresptinz Uss of favor without terror- . y Truth's harvest waits thee In fntnrlty. t We're sowing Seeds in high and lowly phvses ; , We're sowing seed 01 honor Of ofam f. . or trutli aiuj godue-w, from a moral basu i, . ( Of. el6elo fA-sehood aad each Xindrcd name. I If eVery word breathe love and hope and duty J nd every ded a Uobt beyond ourseif , A. lifo Uvd. no blo-omina; In ' bejMUf . . : , lUchex than raUlioMofyyur hoarded ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 May 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TÜE8DAY, MAY 19, 1874. , -sr.- -- TUESDAY, MAY 19.- , The county council of Tipton county grangers held a meeting oil the last Friday of April, at which they took pretty high po Ittlcal ground, In substance the resolution passed provide for a delegate convention ol grangers to meet In Jane and nominate a ticket for , county officers, to . be composed equally of former, democrat and'republi cans. They fix the salaries of their officer, ahccld they be elected, as followi: Clerk 12,000; auditor, fl.SOO; treasurerSl.SOO; hetIff, lt000. The sheriff la allowed ten oenta per mile travelling fees. County COtnmUionera, $3. per day and twenty cents per , wile travelling lees, one trip for eaeü regt. lar session. They will' require -a bond or obligation from each officer to pay oyer the foes of hia office, iuo the treasury, and they "propose to creata an executive committee of six to aee thai these regulations are enforced and to sxaminethe books each quarter and to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 May 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, MAY 19. 1874. I -ArTERRIFIO"INTIHDATI0N. rr-WATERS BROKEN LOOSE." RJSHTFUL DESTRUCTION OF LIFE WHOLE VILLAGES SUBMERGED. y : " ,ji i ' VTT.TONS " 47F ' PROPBRTT OBLTT F ' PROPBRTT ERATED. . THB STORY OF THE CALAMITY. j OF WATJSR THROUGH THB DAMOIVIWO . THB ALARM A, BOUHD . LIKR . THCSDKR. SFRisanxLD, HAm May 16V A special Herald states ilspatch to the New York that It wu not far from 7 o'clock when the. nt symptomaof tbe break were discovered by ' the" watchman in charje of the dam. These consisted of a mall leak through the tnr mbinkmea( 1b the direction of W11 . nmhor!?. At-- first the1 watchman thought v little or nothing of It, but at length the gap began to widen and he Ter j properly became alarmed and hastened to Inform the inhabitants In the Tillages below. He started on a run for "Williamsburg, which was less than two rnllee distant, but long before he had got there the whole embankment gare way and the stream of terror, death and deal ru...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 May 1874

THE I INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, T UESDAY, MAY 19, 1874. . . t w . . AMONG THE BOOKS. A GLIMPSE AT THE PUBLIC LIBRARY REPORT OF THE CITY LIBRARIAN. wt-w HT WTRIT THK I.RO-WTH OP OF.!KRAL . BEADING. , . . . The following Is the report of the public librarian, suDmltted to the library commit tee at their last meeting: ' Gestlkmiw: I herewith' respectfully sub mit to yoa the first annual report 01 me uhnrv ti"nlAr inv chanre. Of the origin and iiitrv of thA Hbrarv no to the time ot it opening to the public, April P, lSJ. it will not bo necessary lor me to speak, that hatintr wn hrvwn in the preface to the cata logue; but of lta present euere and usefulnews, something which at first seemed to be doubtful, the statistics that I am able to present to you must be a cause of congratulation to those who have eo closely watched its budding growth, and Ihe promise It presents of future usefulness. That a publie library waa needed, the gratifying results of the past year have clearly shown, and th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 May 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1874. ft. v. 3 .don jDjEoo.prjrng gQtm BT BRET HAKTE. JitJectorifXitri San GaVif. 1 . Ja. - -- From tfci Hew York Tims ,! r; .:n.f taM t T&1r- twlitvil IUA Still. 111 him Pn Juau, or whievr joo will The type's eternal 1 We knew hint hers .i . 1 1 As Dou Hieo del Bad. 1 fear 'XUe story s no new one. w iuyoanearj One of those spirits you can't tell why iod ha permitted. Therein I Have Ibe advantage, for I bold That wolves are seut to the purest fold. And we save the wolf, if we'd gat tbe lamb. You're no Ulieverl Good. lam. ; 1 "Well, for some purpose, I grant you, dim. Tlie lon loved women, and tbey loved Him. Fach thought herself his last love! Worst, Many believed that they were his first I And. such are those creatures, since the rail, Tb very doubt bad a charm for all ! You laugh! You are young but 1-lndeed r v.r.- rvtl.nM TnnmHHl! You aaw as you passed thronsch the upper town The fcnelnal, where the road goes down Toan r'tl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 May 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1874. 8 Eff GOODS Oar stnc of Dry Goods, Millinery and Notion. r.Fii uimmiir ia now very full na ni.r Th. nnroh&jiA were made by Mr. a iri tn iwrwn. who remains In New lorlt ll entire wmod and bays only when the roods are k a risht r i nrl andnualltr. and the price are v... inwMt. ihumh ran obtain. To firmmm and mechanics we cao offer the best Roods . mo i-ir I t nrima a low as any house in be west, and thai very few house can dupll ate. Come and see for yourself. L S. AYEES'4 CO., , ,. , r Trade Palace Indianapolis. CXXTAUB LI2UXIEOTS , Allay palns7 Vubdu. swellings, heal barns, and will cure rheu - mat Urn, spa Tin, and any flesh, Virn or moscle ailment. The White Wrapper is for family use, -the Yellow Wrapper for animals Price 50 cents ; Urge bottle. 81 Cfclldreat. err tr Caatorla Pleasant to - A " . T .A-ii tnt for Castor Oll. bat !..i.u rniitinrtLc stomach and more ni ckivu iu bowels. ladies; Take 1ST otic 6 . OTTS S-4 IR...

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