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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 April 1876

THE INDIANA STATE : SENTINEL WEDNESDAY 'APEIL l-1876 I ' I ( For (be Sentinel. 2SO CROSS NO CRO tfN. XY EXILY HAWTH0R5E. - ' Uli holy Easter mcrn A glorious hop doth teem to enfranchise My pinioned thought and bid it upward rise And soar away to re' beyond the skies, . Fcr Christ, rcdeen- ed.ewborn la spirit, riseth now to dv'ell in Paradise. On eaith a cross He bore. Unmurmurlngly He bowed benC1 the load; TyrantMnbuinan, still beside Him' strode To drive Him on, with taunt and tteer nd goad; ? His anguish heart was soreAlong Hia paihway tears of blood have flowed. So may a crown be worn, To bear a cross through all llte's weary way; To meekly bow, yet upward strive, and pray For strength to bear ibe burden, day by day. Father, Thy wid te done. Learning with childlike, steadfast faith to say. Though ail the world thould irown And sneer and gibe aid hold me up to scorn Aa one too spirit metk-yet newly born I too shall rise, like Christ on Ea.ter niorn, And wear a glorious crown Of fa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 April 1876

THjäJNDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, APBIL 19, 1876 8 CHEAPEST IN AMERICA. OUR MONTHLY A LITERARY, FASHION AND FAMILY MACAZINE FÖRTHS PEOPLE. A Pnir of Elcaant Oil Pic tures to every Subscriber. Subscription, with Premi um, 75c; without Premium ONLY FIFTY CI NTS k YEAE 1 Ixtraordbarj Indue enrats to Agents. 25 Cent Paid for erery JJew Subscriber. FIRT PREMIUM: A Toady's Gold Hunting r-aa Watch, cost In 2 f 100, to the person send tnvtn the ireet list 'f namts, with the money, during 1876. SECONB PREMIUM: A magnificent orig inal Oil Painting, elegi ntly framed, etc. PREMIUMS FOR EVERYBODY. Knri fnTDclmen copies (free) and examine the Urmf, to Agents, etc L. S. ARES &C0., Publishers, INVIANAFOLIS. MONEY AND THE MARKETS. TUESDAT EVKSISO, Apll 18. . Money ha been In fair supply during the week, ending this evening, and rates of interutMr rrtma commercial paper have ruled Btrooz at 10 per cent, with occasional transac lions at 12 per cent, interest. The pay ment of city and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 April 1876

. : V. 1 'i INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY APRIL czq, 1876. VOL.XXY NCV 37. WHOLE NUMBER 1,849 COXCiBESSIOSAt SCMMABT. 1 CEt DAT, APRIL 18. ' . ' SXNATB-Senator Sherman lntrodaoed his silver bill providing for tbo retssce of the old .'lverdoL'&r.etc. A bill relating to furnish in ivinmMiniiil Records to members of Congress t cost waa passed WSS also the Pennsylvania venae pavementblU. The deficiency ppruyrinu" Was talscn. tip and amnd x ents providing Tor toe mileage of senators, the salaries or the Elacx Hlflscommls -loners and the exrenHe of the government exhibition at the Centennial we e agreed to. On the other hand, one o' the Indian appropriations was reduced, a.d the t revision requiring territorial officers tobe ntirenof thir territories was stricken oat. - . 1 1 A V.I11 nocsB The committee reported In the case of Bremberg arlot Haralson unanimously in favor of the sitting member, Haralson, and in tv.A r3Rfl of finlay sgalnst Wans in iavoroi th contestant. Finlay. The f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 April 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY APÜIL20, 187G. "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26. Brooklyn fcas seven Raa oomranles, no counting tbe Plymouth Church manufactory. t James Gordon Bennett was not married on Wednesday, but then on Friday Dolan was hanged. St. Paul appears on tbe stagb once more in her world-renowned leat ot swallowing Minneapolis. As usual, Minneapolis vigorously protes's against being swallowed. Undoubtedly tbere ia slang and lang Some cant phrases bear with them piquarcy and freshness derived Irom their origin, which almost palliate tbeir use. Ol this sort ave many of the terms used by the politicians to characterize the desperate designs ard wicked wiles of tLcir opponents. But not euch Era those idiotically absurd, trebly abominablf, dlegustirgly stupid and (stupidly dtegus'ing expressions of which "Pull down your vest" Is a specimen. To answer such a salutation with a blow would be not only venial but commendable, and were its results fatal to the saluting miscreant, a jur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 April 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY APRIL 26 1870,. Tot the Sentinel. FAIR COLUMBIA, BOW THY HEAD! BT LXIO, HARRIS. Oh, fair Columbia, bow thy head. And 17 thy month upon the dust; Let ashes o'er thy lock be spread, And j leid thy scepter to the rust; For on thy shrine the vestal Came Goes oat in Infamy and shame. Thy banner-bird that met the son. Triumphant, on thy natal morn, When teace and liberty were won. Now, broken-winged and plumage torn Bereft of courage, stained and foul, Seems bat yulture or an owl . And thy proud banner, which the breeze, On eager wlcgs, so proudly bore Our freedom's herald o'er the seas To welcoming hearts on many a shore. Ob, sball that stsr-decked standard be An emblem, but of Infamy? The flames that lit thy beacon fires, O'er Intervening oceans thrown, Reached Afric'a sands and Europe's spirep And over Asia's mountains shone, Till Freedom's votaries bowed the knee. Like Islam's worshipers, to the. Degenerate sons of noble sires, That beacon's flame...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 April 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY APKIL 26 1876V CAMPAIGN SENTINEL In order to faith? r clrcilate the WEEKLY SENTINEL "We have conclude 1 to tend It for the Campalgn at the following low price : From Me I to November election for. 60c In clubs of twenty-five and over- fOc in clubs of one hundred toone address- 4 io (Postage free.) We respectfully ask all oar ubcribers to ret ns up club, or pot the paper Into Ith hands of some active Imocrat who will do so Addrts?, SENTINEL CO. THE WEEKLY SENTINEL TO DEMOCRATS. We send tola number of the Weekly Sentinel as a specimen to many who are not subscribers; we hope all wLo receive It will Interest themselves In getting up clubs r7e ask all our old subscribers to send '3 one name each. The State candidates 111 soon be in the field, when the flgtt ' 111; begin in earnest. We shall en deavor to make the Sentinel Interesting throughout the canvas. Below we give terms. Single copy ...... SI 50 Five copies - .- -- -135 Ten copies or more - - -...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 April 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, APEIL 26 1876. THE STATE AT LARGE. The Spencer county dog tax collected list year amounted to 2,290 59. In Gibson county the wb6at looks well, especially that sown with a drill. The Madison Courier has begun to adTtrlUe that city a a place for summer resort. The number of bouses for rent in Washington, Daviesa county, la said to be unusually large. . The New Albacy Ledger siys that city has nuore wealth than any city of its dimensions in the state. Anew dieeass tai broken out among the hogs in Spueer county, which it is reared will prove disastrous. Mrs. Bonve, 106 J ears of agedied near Grteosbure on the 15th Inst. She was the oldest woman in Decatar county. George W. Deitz, of New Albany, 80 years of age, will start to walk to the Centennial on the morning of Mav 1st. A quarry of limestone ha been discovered in Vandcrbarg county which equals the finest granite or marble. The Independents of Pike county will meet in. convention at Petersburg on...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 April 1876

6 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. APRIL 26, 1876 I For the Stntlnel. BOUVBMB8,v-:T' Baa-em BY KARIET. COCRCELLES. Only a letter I cherish, and hide from every eye, Cnly t!me-worn token of bapry days goae . by- ' -Only a lock or golden hair, pinned to the teartained page, OdIv a icentless piwy, yet I've kept them all an age. II. Youth, nope and lore bave perished, and 1 11 earthy ties are goneWhile these faded little tokens are the laut of a life nlgb done, And they linger near and remind me of life '8, dull and varied phaee, For the bitterest dreg In misery cap are the tt oughts of happier days. Louisville, April '2. . 1IIE OUt AT SHOW. HASTENING THE PREPARATIONS. A LOOK OVER THE GROUNDS. BAYARD TAYLOR' MPRESSIOÜS COMPARISONS WITH VIBNNA AND PARIS THB GROCSDS AKD THB BUILDINGS THB MANAQER3 HAVE CO"QUERED SUCCESS. Bayard Taylor writes to the New York Tribune his Irst Impressions at Poiladelphia: The interior space has been very jalrly allotted. Of the twenty incloeed acres twel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 April 1876

. Li ) t i 1 i THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26 1876. I fror the Sentlnet.l A CENTENNIAL ODF. BY C. 3. ALBERT. land of the free and birthplace of glory, Home of the brave and region of love! High Is thy name on the fair i age of story, And bright thy star in the azure above. Triend of the pure and help of the holy. Binding up wounds and quieting fear! Defender of trutk and shield of the lowly, We come to greet thy hundred years. We come again to ciown with flowers Thy sons who conquered tyrant's darts; Though dwelling in immo.tal bowers They live In forty million hearts. When life and bopts and friends and name Were needed as a sacrifice, Tby yielded all, nor thought of fame, But gladly paid the pre. ions price. O! they that fought and they that fell. Moistening the earth with crimson flood! Long did they battle wrong, and well, And, springing from that martyr's blood The tower of Freedom rose on high, Btriking down foes on every Land, Till now, from oat a cloudlet sky...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 April 1876

THE INDIANA 8TATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, APEIL 26, 1876 3 f-r CHEAPEST IN AMERICA. - OUR MONTHLY A LITERARY, FASHION 1 AND FAMILY MAGAZINE ! FORTHB PEOPLE. APairofEIeoBnt Oil Piclures to every Subscriber, SubFcript'.on, with Premium, 75c; without Premium ONLY FIFTY CI NTS A YEAR ! Extra ordinary Inducements to Agents. 25 Cents Paid for every New Subecrifcer. FIRTT PREMIUM: A Lady' Oold Hunting Case Watch, costing S10U, to the person Benillnzin the largest list of Dimes, -with tbe money, daring 187(5. SECOND PREMIUM: A magnificent orig leal Oil Faintlig, elegantly lramed, etc. PREMIUMS FOR EVERY POD Y. Bend forspeclmen copies (free) and examine the terma to Agents etc LS.AYRES&CO., Publishers, INDIANAPOLIS. MONEY AND THE MARKETS. Ofticb of the Indianapolis Skstinil, Tvksday Eyiiq, Arrll 3. In reviewing the local money market for the week ending this evening the simple re mark, that money matten are working closer, covers the whole ground. There Is, however, no special pressu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 May 1876

t7 INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MAY 3, 18TG. WHOLE NUMBER 1850 VOL. XXV NO. 38. llNfillilillfilll? "KT OTIC38 Li hereby given tx the citlsens ol SS tbe Seventh Ward, la the city ef Inciaiiapoüs. Center township, Marlon county, Indiana, that I, Matthiaa Lehrretter, a male Inhabitant of said ward, over th age of twenty-one yeraa, will ayply to the board ol fnnntt mmmiMtniitri o.i aald county, at their June meeting, (cr a license to aelljor one year, spirltous, Tineas and roaJt liquors. In a leas Quantity than a quart at a time, with the privilege of allowing the tame lo he drank on my premises. The precise location of the premise whereon I desire to eil aald liquors 1 deeerioed a lottows: Lot No 'A square 63, No. 136 Kast Washington Bittet. fciev euth Ward, In the city of India n a po:i3, Cent a township, Marlon county, Indiana. aignrl MATTHIAS LEHRKETTtXl. NOTICE I hereby given to the citizens of tbe Jixth Ward. In Ihe city of Indianapolis, Ojnier townsblp, Marion county, Indian a, that I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 May 1876

THE INDIANA - STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY "MA.Y 3 187a WEDNESDAY. MAY 3. Tne Qnttn't Cap. In addition to ths oompetltlT trials of all kind? incidental to thd oelebration of our Centennial, there -will be, some time . . during the summ9r, another race lor the famona "Queen's Cup." The owner of the Countf ss Dufferin, a noble yacht of 21 tons, luat completed at Toronto, feas thrown down the gauntlet to the Im ew York Yacht Club, a challenge that clob is bound to accept. II ore properly, the o wner of the Canadian yacht baa tauen np the gauntlet whicn the club, by the simple circum stance of holding the cup, has thrown down to the yachtsmen of all nations. The history of the "Queen's Cup" is ot no little interest, bat Is possibly not familiar to all our readers. In 1851 I Qaeen Victoria presented a beaut. ful and costly silver vase to the yactt winning In the race to be sailed around the Isle of WUht, competition to beopeo ander certain stipulations to all comers. These stipulations were...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 May 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1876 3 HOHE AND ABROAD. THE PLAIN OF LOMBARDY. NORTHERN ITALY. AN ANCIE3T SKA FAKMISO THE MTTL BERBT TREES SILK CtJLTURB OLD BATTUB FIELDS PIEDMONT AND TURIN THK WALDKN9E8 THROUGH THE MOUNT CENI3 TUNNEL. (Foreign Correspondence of the Sentinel. Lyon, Marc'a 5, 1876. Tbe great plain ol Lomtary is an exceedingly IntereatiDg part of Europa. Bounded by tte Alpine, Tyrolean and Apennine mounters, it was no doubr, a cue tirre, a vasi imana le I saw many evidences of i:a;marlne origin daring the several trips that I made across it. In some places the immense beds of gravel täat bad been formed by ocean currents are jet only thinly covered with soil. On this plateau, which forma the northern part of Italy, are to be f r.urjd many of it old noted cities, Milan, Venice, Turin, Verona, Padua, and maty others that have played an important Drt Jn tbe history of Knrope. In these cities, hoary in their antiquity, SbBkespeere located some of his moat pop...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 May 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY 3XAY 3' 187G. CAMPAIGN SENTINEL In order to further circulate the WEEKLY SENTINEL We have concluded to send it for the Campaign at the following low price: From May 1 to November election for....... 6"c In clubs of twenty-five and oyer W)c in clubs of one hundred to one address- ... 45o (Postage free.) w rpsrwrfnllr ask all our subscriber to cetosup a club, or pat the paper into ;t he nan as or hui uu o vtuiuvi a w u Address, SENTINEL CO. THE WEEKLY SENTINEL. TO DEMOCRATS. We send this number ol the Weekly Sentinel as a specimen to many who are not subscribers; we hope all who receive it will interest themselves in getting np clubs. USTe ask all our old subscribers to send Q one name each. The State candidates CNll Eoon be in the field, when the fight jill begin in earnest. We shall en deavor to make the Sentinel interesting throughout the canvass. Below we give terms. Si Dele copy - H 50 Five copies - -- -- --135 Ten copies or more ----- 1 25 T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 May 1876

. 5 T TAJiTEw. The Usio Cxstral Life V IltSUBANCK COMPAXT, Which U DOW doing a large buslre, de Ire to engage a lew more Special Ageata o eperat lu tne best sgrls lit oral districts of the Northern States. To tae right men, po-aeMtog ta t, perseverance, -mud a knowledge of tuen, a liberal cum penwaloil will he pale. B st 01 references required. Address N. W. HARRIS, fcecretary, Cincinnati, Ohio. .fM (f per month Pld apents for the t 'Ol'" Campaign book pabiisued. tJ. best L. MUBKUW, Indianapolis, loa. "HJÄMTCn A few reliable, energetic men II All I tU""o solicit orders. No peddling. Traveling and bot 1 expenses paid. Liberal salary and commisalon. ddress UNION INDUSTRIAL W ORK, Cincinnati, O. All applications answered. AGEHTSÜANTEDS Dictionary of Christian Antiquities laCaattaasUaasf . DJHIaaary sf tks BfSla." Br Wsa, Katib. tOO IHsstrstlss. Cifoisrt as4 foil Isfcrmatiae Ira, AiUtm A. ITTLATOS A tO. CsUsmo.HI r CtacissstM 1 . SOLD LAST SEAtX wiTnoux oxe failcee ox e ejection This la...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 May 1876

THE INDIANA ST ATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MAT. 3, 1876. 6 irorth8snMnr.V - - THE WINGED FLOWER. BT X-EK O. HARK IB. The aanrjeams, darting and danclne along, Kissing the teAs of the night away, Waking the woodlands to beauty and song. Crossed o'er my path where the shadows lay. Lake molten gold la ringlets rolle?, ThT flooded the slope where the flowers gfew, Aad down the dell Like a cataract fill, Di riding and blending, and lost to view. Among the flowers thtre nestled one, Brightest and fairest of all that grew, And blushed at the kiss of the amorous sun. Or mourned his abseace in tears of dew. Fair to beheld Were its hoes of gold, A, graoefu ly swaying, it rose and fell, ddencdd in time. Like a perfect rhyme. "with th wanderln z breezes that swept the deli. Entranced by its loveilnes, I drew nigh To grasp this floweret with eager holi. When lo! It was or.ly a butterfly, A nd floated off on its win gs of gold. Drifted away Where the sunshine lay, And glanced for a moment within its l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 May 1876

t THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAYpMAYlllSTO. IFortbe SentloeJ.l IMPROMPTU AT "CAVJC HILL." BY MARIS T. COURCELLRS. The followlnglnes were suggested by feeing the grave of tbe i oet-dltor, O. D. Prentice. -without any tombstone: X. In a grave almost neglected, Kentucky's poet lies. With naught bat the green turf milling To attract a stranger's eye. LTn cared, untouched by loving hands, So record, date, nor came To till there sleeps beneath the sod A bard so dear to fame. ii. The fickle tears of April Eedew the minstrel's grave, And tneUmid little violets Creep neath the willow's wave, While the elm tree's sheltering branches, Clad in perennial green ilve an enchanting sadness To the stillness f the ecene. in. Most he, whose spirit lives in song, Whose prose a luster shed, Bleep In a grave, a nameless grave, As though hla soul were dead? Oh ! no it can nor, must not be, lie merits no soch lot. His name It is Immortal, And be ne'er shall ba forgot. Louisville, April 18th. rOIi THE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 May 1876

THE ' INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MAT: 3, 1876. 8 CHEAPEST IN AMERICA. OUR MONTHLY A LITERARY, FASHION ASD FAMILY MAGAZINE ! FOR THE PEOPLE. A Pair of Elegant Oil Piclures 1o every Subscriber. Subscription, with Premium, 75c; without Premium ONLY FIFTY OEHTS A YEAR ! ' Ixtniordixarj IndrcemeLts to Agents. 25 Cent Paid fer every Hew Subscriber. FIRT TREMIUMi A Lady's Gold Hunting W 9 lvl CvHI 1U fl'A I VF inn r-iu waaulneln tbe largest lst of names, with the ' SECOND PREMTUM : A magnificent origa .... I .nil mm n I ArC 111lf m awt t. UIM vU I iuuvi icaauj aua.v PREMIUMS FOR EVERYBODY. Send för spec' men copies (free) and examine the terms to Agents, etc L.S. AY RES & CÖ., Publishers, INDIANAPOLIS. MONEY AND THE MARKETS. Omca or th Indianapolis Sentiwel, TvnDjt t Evening, May 2, 187. The reports made by tbe banks In regard to local financial affairs lor the week ending this doles present no essential change as compared wllh the previous week. Money matter are running ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 May 1876

Sip e. g . . W. J- ... mm 4H INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY -MAY 10, 1876. VOL. XXV NO. 39. WHOLE NUMBER 1.851 m www ii i i - - r ri Iii a. I i j i i LSOAL SHERIFF'S SALE. By vlrtae of certified copy of a decree to me direct from &e clerk of the Superior Court Of Marlon county, Ind?1?! Htonsihton A. Fieicher et al. are Pf Ufl a and Kobert Connelly et al. are defendant, re olila me to mike the am of one bandied 2olU?.8 and. forty-elght cen. other installments as J""'1, u decree with Interest on aald decree and Ä I will eioe at public sale, to the highest bidder, on SATURDAY, the 3d day ol Jone, A. D. 1876, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. x., and 4 c?clock p. of said day, at the oorof the court house of Marlon county, Indians, the tents and profits for a term not exceeding seven year, of the following real estate, to-wit : Lot nnmber nineteen (19) In sqnare nmr twelve (12) In Fletcher's riouth Brookslde addition to the city of Indianapolis, Marion county, Indiana. If such rent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 May 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY,- MAT 10. 137C WEDNESDAY, MAY 10. The great exhibition at Philadelphia opens next Wednesday, and people are alxeady striving to recall the addressee ol any relatives who may be unfortunate enough to dwell In the city ol brotherly love. . Old Probabilities is making a worse moss of things than ever. The ImbecUty, or worse, which he has displayed in the management of the wtaher for the last year or two la deserving; of the severest reprobation and gives rise to the suspicion that be has been bribed with Br.tieh eold to destroy onr crops and remove the competition of America from the market. Let him reform or let the weather alone altogether. Balloon ascensions have hitherto been looked upon aj anything but a healthy means of recreation. Nevertheless Prcf. Wise, the veteran trifler with gravitatiou'u law, has a word to say upox another page In favor of their curative and hygienic power. Perhaps we stall ytt have physicians advising a balloon voyage ...

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