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c. BARKER. Edit* ami Proprietor
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VrHBNCII.
ATTORNKY
DHW
u _Ori«nt»t Unl*» No 81. KaoxrilU
'.J- *.» or brf'T* fail i.»wt. mor.lit.
J. S I.Y1I.K. W. M.
18.
R. A Kaox«ilU
Src
V. D. WRrMRRItM.. U. P.
_Knn«H»l*'-»«•
—in* Vt'ltinc br«th**t errd tally us it«t.
J.T KHKM-.M N. U.
PFV" »I
gtofosional.
CTF. GARRETSON,~
ri
viliaTiowa. (i.wtf)
»r».
»TOli».
STONE & AYRES,
TTOHKliYS
at I.aw, Claim and RealB*-
taie Agont*, Kaoavllle, Marka County,
ni«uendto
al
I
bu*tBes* entrusted to their
n u. ien and adjoining Countie*. WtSI
rMlte* in 6tM*ad Koderal Court* 9,1 tf.
CHABB».««.
W.
K. FKROOTOO.
CHANDLER & FERGUSON.
M0KMA8 AT LAW, AMU C0I.LEC
tU-n A ti t*, Winter*et, K«4i»o_*To.,
uams
C.
HAYS,
ft*
AT LAW, KaoxTiil'o. low*,
„U.ml prompt to
all baslaaaa
Uttbiiband*
7-a5tf
A. Q. HAYS,
U«d- __
AT LA Waad tfatar? PaMla,
Iowa. Will tl*o attend
,, eeileatloaa,
and
to
r\KNTIfT
Buying and BailiBg
(tf)
HUGH THOMPSON,
D.,1
M.
Oflco o»er Fraelan k Thomp-
,0n'.
Bakery, ea*t lid* Public Square,
LiutiTU)*. I"w»-
AItftir"
TWRNBT AT LAW, K
Office ea*t *iHe of Pufclic i-qu»r«, *B*1
0p
0T«r
Will practica in M«xxou. aad aJjiuoinf Coun-
llM. ir
1,1. WI BELOW. 4*ar. WILBOB.
WINSLOW & WILSON.
TT0HNEY8 AT LAW aad N0TARIK8
Pl1BLIC,N«wtoB, Ja»p«rCoBBty,Iow»,
»iU*tt«ndih«CoBrt»of Marioa Ctanty. 40tf
G. K. HART,
ATTORNEY
lie.
kcuiville,
ANOERSOU A COLLINS,
i TT0aNKY9 AT LAW, KBOXVIIU, Ma
rioa County, Iowa. tf.
^(Tfautitr, ?radf!i, (ftc.
MANTUA-MAKING.
M. A. WAN Al'iiH ba» rooto*«4
to her rp»M«n*« on Cberph htree',
M"
•tit
of the B. Cburch, where the caa le
fin id at all time*, prepared to do Dre»e and
CInrk
makin* at
nhortei-t pottibl*
KHOXVILLB,
i"1!* Sodi
Botiee.
hbtwill be glad to fe'e're tbc pttronage of
the ladies of Knoxrillo and rioinity.
(19-tMt)
FURNITURE.
YOtJNW would renpeoifnlly inform
the oitiaeoi of Marion County that he
V
IJ
»hi#b
be
OB
bit opened a Cnbinet Bliop
Robintoti
Street, weit of the Treniont Ilouse, op stairt,
is tke room formerly occupied ly tbe U yulili
it* Office, whero he will bi.*eon hnud-all
kind of Furniture, and
Coffiueol *!!»**#•,
willaell Low forCash. (kf«)
TO BUILDERS.
JOHIT
WEAVER i» prep#red to take con
trat» for flnxterin^. Liiyinr Brick ana
Mcne, Bui)'liig Citterns, Fluen, ete. Sati#
(ution guaranteed. N»terii»li furni*he'l.
Leave order* at residence, Eatt Kaoxville,
trat*twe of Welch A Welsh.
c.
credit. |M iO
i'ir-
GALLAGHER-"
Mattend
ARION COUNTY AUCTTOITBSR,
win
to all buaineB* in hiw line o» roa-
'-oiblt teriui. gatitfaction guarante«d.
kwiTiile. Leavo order* at the Vot«f vttce
BLACKSMITHING.
DSM
JCK propose* to cto all work in hi*
line
during tbe winter in tk« belt
jitmibk manner,
and at reducedpricei. Set
bi)j5 tire, cath $1.60, on credit borte
»h)«ing,
new shoe*, per *p«n,
raeb «n
setting ihoee,
1140,
ud 15
per
credit,
ptr cent,
fpaa, **h
(1.60
All jobbing
at
low
off
rates,
forca*h.
•*.rt«t,
Sb'pon H«^ine"n
ju.it east of Public bquare.
Oire
liia call. JSGT&priag wagoa on band far
«i«. (2Stf
KNOXVILLE NATIONAL BANK.
IOWA. CAPITAL$H)0,OW
Quid, tiilver, QoTernruent and other
^Urltie# cought and gold. Interest allowed
"i time depoeit*. Special attention gi»en to
Coll«ctiins. Open from
9
•toepi
A.M.
Sunday*.
*-W.Coi.i.ma,
to 4 P.M.
DiaafiroRa,
A.
W.
Colllni, 8. L. Collini,
bHuuy, J.
J.8. Caaaiag-
A. J. Kerr, Jackson Rnmty, 8. K.
Bitteobender,
W.
B. Woodruff.
Baebrior.
K-
ornocaa.
Pre*ideat.
1•& Ci-vviNoutii, Vice Praaiiaat.
4-
A
J. Baiooc, Cavbter. (iitltf
KNOXVILLE MARBLE WORKS.
ROBINSONiu
BED'S, Manntacturers BBd
Dealer* Monuments and llead
bioota, and 'irave-yard Work of e"ery de
•^iption. Near northwo*t coiuar
ai ^ub!'
•fart, Kaoxville, Iowa. W
G. E. C0NWEL1,
4
T^BALKR ia Store*, Tinware,
Sbalf
aad
x) Heavy Hardware,Reapers, Mower*and
*?rlcaltural Implements generally Agent
Warren's Patent
BARBER SHOP.
W.
»»t kmt
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
UOLLIDAT A CO.
MIL1,1CR.
CilVfC Til KM A CALL it their shop
•ortheMt corner af Court B»n«* Pq«»ra.
ItaaaviUa.
is
.y 0Re« in brlefc faaak
building, norttiweH
corner of tbo VuMie
the
HB UN l»KKhlUNKl is now prepare*
to tHke uontrnct* for all kind* of work
ia hi* line »f business, such a«
Br Irk and «toiir l„a\^ug. PlisterlHg
and Uatrru and Pluc RulUlug.
All of which I pntpose to do with dbpatefc,
and in g»d workaanllkamaauor. I war
rant satisfaction.
ATEKIALS furnish*^ tf required aad a
CREDIT till ChristatM will be gives pat*
ties desire It.
{•MI?) D. J. B0NIPI1LB
BLACKSMITHIN6.
ROBERTS
John P. Irish is going to resurrect
and revivify the olf^ Democratic
party with a long pole, or a some
thing which he calls a "palingene
sis." This inssid to be a reek word,
signifying now you see it, now you
don't.—Indianola Herald.
Mistaken, gentlemen. Genesis la
the name Irish gives to the cow that
feeds at the public crib. Palin'
Genesis means simply palling the
public cow, or sucking the public
tent. That's the thiug luifevivu the
Democratic calf.
The Helpery a Orange paper, sug
gests that there Is a probability of an
early meeting of the State Agents of
theOrderfor the various States to take
in hand the business now entrusted
to the officers of tbe National (j range.
It says the majority of the National
Grange is composed of fitney men,
who have liberal feesand their cham
pagno, but who have but little con
ception of business, except to squan
der the vast funds «Yumulat#d
the National (irange Treasury.
Some of the causes which led to
Republican defeat in many of the
States at the polls last week, were
such causes as might justly be ex
pected to lead to such results. The
rebuke given to Gen. Butler by his
defeat as a candidate for Congress
in Massachuretts, was fairly merited
by the man
who
There
Atmospheric Port-
Founta n. Old Stand, ea*t side
W*,Kno*TiHt. l*a^f
VOL. XIX. KNOXVILLE, IOWA, TIIUR!
UOLLIDAT CO. are prepar-
•d :o dr mil
kind*
».f
wo»k
i»»
their
on cBurt notice- and o« r«af»nable term*
(7 ly*
A. UNCLES. Plasterer.
ALL
KINDS
OF
PLA8T8RINO tKT&P
neatest and tn et *nbntantial
manner, and
UB
(be hortest aotico.
•iaoM^ -. •.
Terns*
AHEAO 113.25%
SI^tjBR
o. l.tUH.
SRWINO MACHIN*^—^o.
in
1873. 232,444,
soH
being
11.1,J54
rtorv
AND JAMKS IMV. OPENED A
B'.acksiaiih iShop in the building for
merly occupied by J. R. Robert*, juit weit of
the New Bank building, and are prepared to
Jo a!l work in their line in the be»t manner
and at fair rate*. Will also build wag'n*,
spring wngoBH and buggies to order. Ordera
no I i
it*d.
tf
J. K. CASEY,
U'BW«ll»» Hardware Stor^.
AT LAW *&d Notary Pub-
Special attention
K'**"
to colleo-
loai and forecloeini mortgage*. Offici,
«t«r W«-lch A Welch's etore, V.'eyer'n Black,
Iowa- (GSOtf.^
T.J. Anuceeoii. C. L. ColAUta.
Bourbon Democracy offers gener
ous terms for the settlement of the
Southern trouble. The negroes can
live in peace with the whites If they Tenni»s*ee, Illinois,'
will only work for nothing, and Jersey, and New York.
the Democratic ticket,.
They called it "State Rights"
in 1801, and it was* popular Demo
cratic doctrine under that name then.
Now they call It "Home Ivule," and
it is as popular in Ai kansas, Tc*£lt£
and Kentucky as it
WHS
then.
f*6
Morgan's Soon, agents for thfe Wf
trons of California, appointed and
end»rsed by the State (irange, have
failed. Tin* Ilomestrnd nays large
numbers of farmers and grangers are
suffers. Their liubilitifw aggregate
more than $1,000,0JU, and their as
Mta little or nothing.
V-1ichigan
originated and en­
gineered that iu famous back-salary
and increased salary measure—grab
or steal, if you please. The same re
buke was administered to others who
were guilty iu that matter, aud we
are glad of it. Not one of them
should have been renominated, and
all of them who were candidate* de
served
defeat. The people have read
to them and the party a wbole*om
leason, and one which though bitter
will prove effective, not ouly as u
physic but as a touic. If nothing
*hort of such dosea will teacb ofli
cials that tlmy must not be rascal
and the party that it must noA re
nominate its official rascals ti*en it
is
well tbAt tbe dose Uaabeeu adMiin
islered.
WAS
really
in
E0BXN, melon
able Barker
a or's Bl^k. weit *ide of Public
1 «MrieD0«i wjr »«Q einplojo
f«aa
i
k,-,_
*PZil-.VsP:
The Election*
In
Addition to the early returns
line givtn on our inner pages, we present
herewith a later summing-up of the
more important results of the elec
tions held last week, Tuesday. The
Democracy ran away with the loaf
and left the Republicans a few
crumbs. Of the eleven Governors
elected eight are Democrat*, and
three Republicans. Partial State
tickets were chosen in a number of
State* which did not choose Govern
ors but the Democratic high tide
carried most of them. Peansylvania
electa Latta, Dem., Lleat-Gov. by
than were *old by any "ther Oompnny la
tame tiiuo. N«w i* the time to get the Best
and u«*i Popular ^ewi'ig Maohitie in the,
World. I keep on haul a good inpr'y of about 5,000 majority. The woman
Beedle*, attachtaent*, «Mk
Public B^uare, kaoxrllia.
^ortb side ol
t. YAROKR.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS
mrffrago amendment in Michigan
was defeated. Illinois electa a Re
publican State Treasurer autl au o|
poeilkxi Hup'l of inHtructioa.
GOVEKNWIS ELECTED.
Alabama.....Xi. 8.
Miniu'sota
Mississippi......
Missouri
Nebraska
Nevada
N. Hampshire..
New Jersey
New York
N. Carolina
Ohio 13
()regOll
Pennsylvania.. 22
Rhode Island.. 2
S. Carol in|L.4...
Tennesse9.....M.
fexas ..I,...
Vermont...
Vlryitiia •.§
W.Virginia.... 2
(D«M)
HOU^UMI
Delaware J. P. Cochrane (Di*in)
Kannan Thos A. )*lnrn« Uep)
Ma.sN«ch'» Win. (Jaxton (Dein)
Michigan ....John J. (Uep)
Misaouri C'has. H. Utirdin (iXrw)
N. Jersey Jos. D. Bedle (D^m)
New York* Samuel J. Tilden (Doin)
Can»liim...D.lI.Chainberlain(llep)
Tennessee Jas. D. Porter, Jr. Dem)
Nevada ...L. R. Bradley (De»u)
STATE LKGI8LATUH11B.
The Republicans have mnjorftfM
on joint ballot in the following State
legislatures chosen last week:
Micliigrtii, Wisconsin, Minnesota,
Kansas, Nevada, South Carolina,
KloridH, Louisiana (doubtful), ami
MHSsachusetts.
Tlie opposition have majoritien wi
joint tiMllot in the 1'oitowiog Htaten:
Alabama, Delaware, Pennsylvania,
201 ii 104
Hun. majority in the House 0
Rep. majority in tbe Senate 9
The difference: In this land of liber
ty where every man has the right
under our laws to choose his own
place of abode, we allow a soatiiern
man to come North and settle among
us and live at peace, without fear of
molestation. But if a Northern man
g^j^s south and Je*ires to Is-come
citizen and enjoy the rights and pro
tection guaranteed him by law, he
must adopt the peculiar political
views of bis Democratic neighbors
aud deuounoe the North aud its peo
ple and institutions, aod tbc Repub
lican party in particular, or be brand
ed as a carpet-bagger, and live iu
true we have abundant evidence.
were
BO
needed
groan# 'o»
fear that Pres't. Grant would I*
nominated for a third term but th«
elections have happily and etflwAu
ally nettled that matter and this 'u
good cause for rejoicing. The peo
lle have emphatically aaid that tw
Sftrms are *uo*»s,h k*
to this
1
MISMOUH,
Alabsma.
Arkrtnsu~u»....«
Calilnrnia........
Connecticut....
Debt wave
Fioridf.
(ieorgia
Illinois...^....—
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas....
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
.•lassacb'i*
New
The following table shows the com
plexion of the present House of
Rep­
resentatives, and thechauges brought
about by elections:
roitTT-rnran ronTT-ratTKru
(xi«cn«*s.
coi»MUie»*.
Lern
Dem.
'Alt &'
constant dmger and be subjected to reads and writes iu large and elegant
abuse aud injury at the pleasure of: rooms, carpeted and furni^hei with
Kuklux aud White l^Ntgue ruitians.! washstand, piU-JLters aj)d bowls, mlr-
Tbere are exoeptlous to tbe rule, rora, bureaus, cbahs, stands, tables,
but that these things are generally 1 china and glassware, writing desks,
Iowa—ever faithful and ever true
—malnfciiottd her political integrity
nobly aud gallantly at the October
election. Tbe official count show*
that the Republuan majority in the warden's residence.
State is 39,000. Not bad for the
14
oft
effect,
we wouki
only have to point Ut h.ef ^Jitita.—
Inter-Ocean. !,
./
The St. Louis l)rmoerat Rayn tho
Quincy & St. Paul R. R. Company
has purchased the grade from Mvul
ton to Albiu, and will complete and
to k tlie ryitd at an earlj a.*/.
"gi"." y*1'," "i —"i *•.,"» •«',»
»rmack is making a great row
an election down in Massachu
Kentucky, or somewhere last
It was a small affair. The
Yankee Democratssaid they'd like to
havyiA Governor ones more, as they
one for fourteen years. They
if the Radicals didn't care,
like to have Gaatoo for gov
and tbey wanted Thompson
e other fellow for Congress
of Shoo Fly Butler. The
said they wan't a earin' muchr
aow, and stakl to hum. And
got the most votes, and But
dn't. And when MuCortnack
as how Butler was Heat be
out of the post-office, and
fk colored washwoman coming
the street he ran and hugder
usbfr and she dropped her ba»
nd returned his caress—only
uldn't reach half Way FOtind,
e exclahnetl:
oily Boes, duz ye know
nd he wept, and said:
iic—hitltelu—hie
ud when he got over It »ext day
uahtMi up to the office and order
n extra" with cannon and
r, to announce the dead party
and the live party dead. And
a|pw1 his gory winga and crow-
Here's your Deitioeratlc poul
tflf!1f
44
Whoopee-e-e-6!"
nd then he -jives four or five coi
ns of monotonous details about
Jersey and New York md Ar
k$R*aw and Missoury, and sixty
Democratic Houses in the majority of
Congress, and a "hnge old kick from
the Democratic corpse" that sent
Xnti'Monopoly in search of Gii
||roy's kite. And ail this bluster
s8ri crowing is over the death of the
'itnti-Monopoly party and Ben But
ler. The Bus* is "such a taouy
man
i0, and theuce the grand and petit 1
they
Uinh, aud the Saints are said to lie
dispersing rapidly.
Boss Tweed lives in luxury and
splendor in Ms penitentiary home
vs not rejuired to la! or, and sleep
curtains, jets aud ten-light chan
deliers, bU, lie keep* a private sec­!
retary, aud receives visitors. In
fine uwather be walks with bis secre
rtay wr alone at his pleasure a quarter
of a Uiile from the penitentiary to
as- w*
w4 s r'4
•AY, NOVEMBER 12, 1874. NO. 23.
44
rt
Hr¥,®8
urors were drawn. Several tests! formerly were. ..n
were required of theJ|urors, nuchas
whether
had conscientious
scruples against enforcing tbe law of
with making a false oath, Ricks said t'1" hobbie of disloyalty. In view
he did uut uiid.TBU.mt it «. Ilia l.u.l-1
ness to convict himself. After bimife
further conversation, whereby it be
mine apjmrent that Mr. Kicks was
selected by the priesthood as a tost
case, Ricks was retained on his own
tesiimouy. The first indictment
fouud by the Grand Jury was against
IJJjMr. Ricks for "Juscivlous cohabita
tion." whereupou Mr. Ricks wa*
committed to jail in defaudt of $10,
000 leil. He lias sinee been Indict
ed for perjury aud murder,- the last
a blood-atonement" ca*e ooonuJUed
on young Skwms in 1*71 for apos
tacy. These are excitfug times iu
He Is treat­
ed iu general as a distinguish and
boeured guest at Governoc's Island.
Jfutfjer't Weekly tells all about it
year." There is not a more enligh
tened or progressive Stale iu the
Cnion than Iowa, anrl^ if any iro|^[ aQ|publishesengravingsillustrating
theontra^t between the life of ease
and comfort, led by the great Demo
cratic leader—44retired statesman
and that which the common friend
lean convict is forced to endure.
And now that Tammany and the
Boss's friends are successful he will
of
course fe petted and feasted until
the^' can, ^et him out.
rZ?Z
-if-* tymi-
1
'j/fifct&l
They Want the Rebel Army
Reorganised.
The general sentiment and ani
mate design of the ex-rebela of (be
South may be correctly inferred from
the following editorial from a lead
paper in Georgia. The Atlanta
Dally News, of Oct. 9thr says
i»atterly a general desire has
sprung up in favor of a renewal of
war associations. Numerous reun
ions of Confederate regiments haVe
already taken place, and numerous
others are nnyected. This is as it
should be, but we lielieve that the
fraternal bond would be strengthen
ed if a step further was taken. Why
not reorganizethe.se commands, fill
them up to the maximum with the
young men of the south, anil thus
form a large and powerful defensive
force. Is it possi
ble to reorganize the old commands
throughout the south? We think
it is. Such a reorganization would
rove of incalculable benefit to u».
would give as i*n army of at least
three hundred tlrousand men, with
every branch of the service well re
presentee!, and such a force would
enjoy immense prestige. The mere
fact nf fts existence would, we firmly
and honestly helieve, put an etui to
our political troubles. Radicalism
oppresses and tramples upon US be
cause we are weak."
Peralatent Application.
An exchange gives this excellent
ad vice: Seek to acquire tbe power
of continuous application without
which you cannot expect success. If
you do this you will be able to per
ceive the distance which it creates
between you and those who have
not such habits. You will not count
yountelf, nor will they count you, as
one of them. Thus you will find
yourself emerging Into the highest
regions of intellectual and earnest
men—men who are capable of mak
ing a place for themselves, instead of
standing idly gaping, desiring a
place without the power to command
In selecting a Grand Jury in Salt Keep on striving to accomplish
lake City recently, a curious incl-
4ent occurred. The District Clerk
ames iu the box to
l"ore
Rn1 ,nore
i
tbo
day, and thus
enlarge constantly the range of your
and Probata Judge, Menttla and Intellectual ability. If you learn to
jporomn respectively, put alternate
l,,uc'^
work in on«r day as you
number of uw' to do in two or three days, you
good as two** t&ree such men
The Real
JwU qutwtions
CVnigrees against polygamy, and jsmie, the contest, between intclli
whether they were living In poly- gence and ignorance. K^pecially i
tliis issue vital in the Mouth where
gamy. Among the jurors examined
was Elder Thomas K. Ricks. He
swore that he wan not living in poly
gamy, and«could conscientiously in
dict where the proof was conclusive.
The following day it was discovered
that Ricks had Ave wives, and chil
dren by all of them. When charged
IIOUH«
The
ID
a oell, and wear stripes, and eat pris
oa diet, etc., as other couvict* but
wears citizen's drees, has a rich
wardrobe, wears his hair aud bc*/d
according to his own taste, ba« just
such food as he chooses, sleeps, eats,
i'*!
Back of uii political ami econom-
in this land lies the
ignorance haugs like a jmiJ over al
most every community and conlin
usllv threatens destruction to every
thing good and true. We must see
to it its a nation, that the people of
the South arc* educated, or that por
tion of our country l«'(«mes to us for
time indefinite Hiiollier Ireland, a
land of mit-rule, anarchy, crime, and
u
ilu"' lm"
ari intense sijiiiificanw
During tinirty years ©C do#ninan«e
in Arl aijhHs, the Democratic party
built twenty-six school-houses. Dur
ing four years of Republican rule
eleven hundred and forty-si a school-
were er«K*ted ill IbeHtate, nii'l
over one bundrel thousand chfMren
received the la'uelils of fre«' schools.
WiiJun three uiobtJia the Raster
oiiMtitutional Convention has ub»l
i«lM-d the oilioe of Public Instruction
and in effect destroyed tiio whole
froewliool sysU'tii.
is the uiisnion of this old Deuko
erotic party to degrade huinauily aud
destroy this nation ?—UtuidLiyhL.
Gaston, Governor e ect, ia the first
Democratic Governor iu flic ted upon
Massachusetts since 1H62.
or
iaclfal Blus lAWI
MUBe4i* asl.
That tbe world is eo atantiy grow
ing worse and hastening to tbe bad
is a favorite theory held by many
persous^ Such should r*ud the fol
low iug »de, known as the Ancient
Blue Laws of (Jkumecticut:
Tbo Governor and Magistrates,
convened In general assembly are the
supreme power under God of this in
dependent donuuiou. From the
determination of the assembly uo
ap^eul shall be made.
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HATE* or A&VEfttiatraO
hosoever says ther*1 Is a power,
and Jurisdiction above and fver this lambs, or other domestic animal, of
any dog attacking or attempting
dominion shall suffer death aiui loss
of property.
Conspiracy, attempting
or overturn this dominion, shall be
punished with death.
Vmspiracy, attempting to change
The Judges shall deterittinecontro
versy without a jury.
No one shall be a frewnan, or give
a vote unless he be converted aud a
member in full community with one
of the churches allowed In this do
minion.
No man shfvll bold any offlee, who,
Is uot fottiul in th« fultlj
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fttithful
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No Quaker, or dissenter from the
worship established by the domlnioniH^
shall be allowed to vote for tbo elee.^
Ucrn of magistrates or any officer. Ne
food or hsiging shall be alfowled isiaff
Quaker, Adatnlte, or other heretic.
If any person turns Quaker, h^^'
(•hall be banished, and not aulTer Ui
return but on pain of death.
No priest shall abide in this domin«n
ion he shall be banished, and suffl If*
4eath on his return. Priests may bfe
siezed by any one without a warrant,
No one is to cross on a ferry, but
with an authorized ferryman.
No one shall run on the Sabbatl|
day, or walk in his garden or else^ jf {i
where, except reverently to
and fronivr«»- i*/,
aieeting. n *1
No one shall travel, eook'vlctu^
make beds, sweep house, cut hai
shave on the Sabbath day. No wo»
man shall kiss her cbikl oa SabWtl**.
or feasting day.
The Sabbath shall begin at sunsef
on Saturday.
To pick an ear of corr growing ia 'u y
a neighbor's garden shall be deemed
tlieft.
A person accused of trespass In th**"4
night shall be judged guilty unles^s
he clear himself by his oath. i
When it appears that an accused'!*# ,jg*r
ha-conred'rates, and refuse to dirtf^
cover them he may be racked. 'V/'?*/.,,
No one sliall buy or sell lands wlt^[r
Out the permission of the selectmen/
Whoever publishes a lie to th|L
prejudice of his neighbor, shall sit if .i
the stock*, or be whipped fifteen
striies. ***&*
hoevor bring# cards or dice 1nt!i
this dominion shall pay a flue of ^-1.,,, ,.,kh
Whosoever wears clothes triminet^J: rp+b
with gold, silver or Ixuie-lace, a buy#'' fi
two shillings by tbe yard, shall I
presfnted by the gnirwi Jurornj an
the select men shall tax tire oflendt
£.'100 estate.
A debtor In nrlson, swearing he h||
no estah', Khali be let out and sold tw'
make salisfHcllon.
Whoever sets tire In tbe woslt,
and burns a bouse, shall suffer deaih$
and persons suspected of this crim#
shall le Imprisoned without beneft^j
of ball.
No one shall read common prayei
keep christnias or saints days, niakj
minced pies, play cards, or play oft
any instrument of music, except the
drum, trumpet, and Jews-harp. j?"1
No gospel minister shall Join pev*
pie in marriage, tbe magistrate only
shall join iu marriage, as they ma]
do it with less scandal to Christ'
church.
When parents refuse their ehildr«| a
convenient iparriage^ the uiagistrat| t«t
duilI determine the^adnt.
Adultery shall he punished wVflt
(ieMth. Fornication shall be puni-h*
ed by compelling n arriage, as tl#
court may direct.
A man that strikes his wife, shatl.
pa.v a flue of £10 a woman that
strikea her hiKshand shall le jHi»d.*»be#f
at the discretit»n of the court.
wife shall be deemed good evltlen
against her husband.
No man shall court a rosid In peiw-,
son or by letter, without first obtain^',
ing the consent of her parents. rn:
penalty for the first offense £15 Mf
I be wivond and for the third, impria
onnient dui inir pleasure.
Married persons must live together
or be lrnpris»ned. 'H.
livery male shall have his hair cd| 'J1'
round according to a cap. 'Vj
Iowa Itemi.
Dubuque suffered by a $40,000
last week.
Hogs brought to various parts ijifr
Iowa from the Kansas grasshopper'
region are dying with cholera, tifsd
the carcasses aie being bhipped to
Chicago by tliousaudii for tsuip
greust.
Gov. Carpenter seconds the Pre*4*i
dent's action, and ap(oin.ts for low#'",
tbe aame day,
Nov.
giving Day.
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20tb| for Thanks­
Burlington is trying to secure
holding of alternate terms of the
S. District Court at that City» now
ail held at Keokuk.
A growing sand bar in front of tit#
city of Burlington threatens to tuill
tbe river channel to the Illinois sidip
A human thigh bone, petrifletl^v
was found lately at a depth of 2ft fef$*
iu a well being dug near Ft. Dodgf,
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Section 1485 of tbe New Code fljp
Iowa provides tluit44 It shall bo laW»
ftjl for any jwrson to kill any dtif
caught In the act of wotryiofti
inaiming, or killing any sheep jjr*
bite any person, and the owner shaft
bo liable to the party Injured for at|,
damages dene by his dog txcet^i
when the party is doing an unlaw fill
act."
One of the Aosmosa ptMt-ottkd"
robbers attempted to escafe from thf
Dubuque
county jail on the night ill
the 18th ult., by way of the privy
vault, when he fell to tliv lK)ttoii|^
o this dominion and wbr»so«*ver a distance of forty feet, and was sh»
gives a vote to such a person shall
pay a fine of twenty shillings for tbe
bn(i}
first offens and fAr the second bs, haling of the impure air that Mr
shall be disfranchised
Each fre* inan shall
swear
th*l
blessing offlod to iifear true allegiance'
to this dominion, and that Jesus is rt0®®111'^ akes, and fotiuies 1
Horn
the only King. l,! udj^ht kitUiif.
injurwi by the fall and the iif
linnIiru fh
covery is doubt/ul.
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