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THE GAZETTE,
JCK. est dfonfiw*) EVE«ra^nx^j,
Ai CIIUR TALLC, BLACK HAWK COCHTY, IOWA.
C. W. Sl E. A. SIN VDJBtt,
Cdltors and Publishers.
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RATES OF ADVERTISING.
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General Directory.
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DAT PA^ENIirR liOINll KA«T.
Leave Sioux City A. M.. arrive* at Cedar
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A. M.. arrive »H'itl»r KitH* U:1j 1'. M.
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the NorHevt-itorii.
PAT KXl'UKSS.
Mav** Hi»r!«»i*lim S:-25 A. M. nrrivo. bM^ki
IhilN ,1t 4 .."• IV M. I ..'ii Vi-M t'cdiu- Knit- at I A. M.
trilvi-«ii! It•irliiiKtcwi I*. M- Milk.--(in-i r
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POST
KaKtem -Arriv
at I and 8 f. x.
\YV«t-ri» -Arrii
P. M.
Southorn
r. M.
Northern—Ai
Willoiiirhliy -Ar•:
Friday*. I'Iopi-*
Hm*-' .'oil#w, 1871
sua, i
'//rimer
l\re(
oi'nd(BK
^.uss,L*. TtWentt'
.s/erWr'- W. F. Brown
1 'mtnly Surveyor John Bail
Supt.
lore.
Cnmmor Srh noU—K. H. Mjre.
W. O. Uicharda
irular Si'scioiiH of the Hoard-Find Mondavi"
lanuar)'. •June and September.
TOWN Ml II* OJ'I'KtiBS
.ri, (f. M.
:s?.. a
1$ tin* -Imi
I. Be i%!lp»'
»ifi ewfiw 1. I
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s
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•"own.
,AI'ltrm*i
aiu.rews.
\Atitenn*n
Wfhop.
/'t/.v Tffwmrtr—V-. C. Knapp.
I 'ihj A*»t**or~Lmifihir Kuapp.
City Clerk—H. N. Pien-e.
i.
mpsoii. S'u pard Wil»n. I
Der V'aart
01
Xr'*-
PRESBYTERIAN -Main Street between Bfh
SMd 7th. Ituv. S. K. (irlfflth, Paxtor. Service*every
iahbath at 10l-i A. M. aiul Tft P. M. Sabbatll
JCt:ixl ai 12
C'OXOKEi ATIONAL -Corner 'Uy and 'ith Sr.,
'ha.. (iibbu. Pantor. ^rvlr.w every Sgobuttt
Mab^H^af
CATHOLIUr-Waahinirtoa Street between 7ll
Flavin. Service* every Sab
A. M. Sabbath "School
ml 8th. Katfi
*aHi nt ha.M. and 1H
W»i
0
liEltMAN LUTHKRA%-Frfinont Stroel, Ttev.
SariMrd KoplBrh Pmtor. Bervieo* every HsbbaUV
St Hi'i AM.
3 3 o a a s i a
ItASONIC.
ItLACK HAWK IiQIXiE NO. ti:., A. F. A A. M,j
t' I aotueulAl- Mi'j'.tiiu at Maaontc llall. on tlin Moti'"
Isy on or before the Full Moon in each month. Ci,
1111. W. M.. (J. Hutfmau, 8. W.
J. W. J. I'. Whitney, Sec y.
B. N an tvuiii. W. M.
S, Iliad lo
VAU.KY CIIAITEU, U A. NO 4(1.—Regn
Meetinga at Manonic Hall, on the Wedneadai
Worhefori- the F'l" Vi.'in r.f r.lrh ,.v,nt|,. |f.
iwtiB'sH'
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K
P.k'ifc" Ail.'
r.dUX LO.OFO.r.
CKDAK FAI.W I/)D E. NO. 71,1. O. OFO.F.
SMeti at Maaonic Hall, nn Thursday evening ol
osrh week. Travelintr Brotliers nm cordiallv In
rlted to attend. Geo. lb Sltparna,U„ yft
Bsbfni'on.Sec'y.
O*ca!oo#a
Kddvvilt
b'a
C.rinnel!
An-lve Maaon City 7:00
Cansrrtton.
gf*!"""
n"y
Zi
MUwankua mA SstaUtet
'•inwar dTfwt to ooTtiti], MinnedpoHn. g». ftin?
ami atlMwatwr. Mllwaak*. Ma*U*oo, UCrame.
Met ir«L'Or iuk! Nirfh Wefieru Iowa.
AfKi.KY, with PMuols C-iifru! R. for DM
bniiue. Ki-.-eport. Ft. Ilorli'e and Slonx Citv.
Mawhuxtow*. with Chieaconud North-We-t
flgston. «Unia,^*|vAgf
cat'". Boone and Oninha.
CiiiiNN7:Lt., with Chicatca. Kork I«lind and I'a
R. R. for Chicago. I^Salle. Rock tfUud.
iveniiort. Iowa City, Dee Votom, Omaha and
Council liiuff*.
v
CoDvvn.r.R.
with
De« Mntwe*
Ksoknk,
Valley
Warsaw,
Illinois
I anJ
ni eiM§Miii%iMMkali I
hat by taking the niu-ht Express Train on thl*
nT ni'ike a lo« connectinn with the B. A
It. K. K. at Alhitt (r(t a Sleeijint Car nt Biirlinif
l-.,wd wach Chicago at 7:«0 A. M.
ton at 0 15 P.
n«rt moniin
CinrumaU.
If thev are t'oin:: to Tndiaiiaiiolic.
.. ,s""iili Kant ttiev make the
(II 2S•wMhvr SU'RMUi-' Car at
n Cfiirtnnati by
tOO iuort III)'' I. Ii, W ronfiv Thlf* i«t th* runt*
& K ,£
&mt tmfamr** —rr TriHrtri -Turmrogmir nn n" u n' n
MMM
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Business Directory.
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(Jiiini," imr' h.' ,t .1 l.ei.-fion «r I2:"jr t'. A1. ALONZO CONVERSE,
Het.iriAMr_Mivriv.-ai .1 nni't a irolt\| fiSU or NSKtl.t »l£ ATI !i
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Lmymi Bnrllnsrton at 19:05 A. M.
'wlar Fall* at 1*2:10 A. M.
(I. D. ADAMK. Hlallon Aceat.
CBPAR I Its
Arrive* at
oi I in
WpU.arffMIOl'*A1T-
ARRIVAL A
d«k~
lit 11 4 jf*M
iyn ami
iiu! »:U
1
iiriluyi".
offlc honn (except Snndays) from 8 A. M. til]
SP. M.
I IMnn nMM M» •tIx4*V. faf H«|r I»H»tI»
'•i^Bpri--in lb« It nr. ti--«.
•ifliq|tt.r ri on »uuiV4i'. \cvi)t th«'
M.
onNinn I.INI:.
i.i i). & s. t". x"-M::
_|m ii., C. ti. 4 K. ii. l)r|otf».-ttl ..iiutt'i ion
Vlth all train*. Aleo furnlnh.-d onnltiK
MhIoii* when deairrtl. Ufticc at the Cnrli-r Hoiifc.
DisTBicrro
—Hon. J. M. Bmyton
t'u -J. I!. Pow.-rs.
ftSgt
Did..
W. F. Brown.
Mr
Sterif
Clerk -G. A. Ebcrhnrt.
N'l-xt Sen.'lon Monday, 8eyte*b* titk,
i
r*i /.-4a
u
ilh. lema.
n.
il Ward J, M. Benjamin, Edwii
JW ll'd/v/ IClias Overman, O. 8
8
A teen,
MOfSK, 0*1
.. ii.i* takr» &
Olt
UNlill
l» n Aiisti
"W .V****' i^OIWfP 4REPRESENTS THE
•-r*! -i tiffi
ut| A|,tNsi ||loi.|i»tii, I
KV ANUKL1C Ab- Corner of Franklin and HiH r*"a r1"*1 j» •.**
i- S
ISAMlWIN «'OMJ|,Oibl£itV K, '1' NO. 1L-,
ISaynlar Meeting aflfiUanenan. C8#likv oZWl
tlwore the Full Moon of i-ach month. (1. Van
•siin. B. S A. Itifhop, (Jen. K. Towuneud.
O. O. S. H. Pack,,nI Ke, order.
Iowa
A. M.
.1-2:r."i
Mari-li illtown .. .. 2 -15
A.-kley 4 .|ll
1*22 V. M.
II
W.UoiMiWimui, •'.{OPKIETOR,
i -i-\ in.I k,i si- I-ibti'|iie. Iowa.
TREMONT HOUSE,
I.. nirKIiN«S A- Mil, I'Ri
KEY CITY HOIllie,
UNER
S i U u i
OTEL.
lr I cll
ulnMft 0
WILLIAWIS MOtfSe.
tuul VIUii itc.tk, !•.( bew
ri
~4MM,' WRtr FtilN, lowu
Kt. l)utl|fu
j'
tfwj Hlttsm i- i 1* I. J. I
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FA MEiia' HOME.
MAIN8TKKKT,
1
CKDAU F\LLS, IOWA.
Moat* T. I'.'iii- etch. Teiuna to pay 10 cents
each. Itoin! Staliiiii^ and yard*.
*4 S k §. 1*LERTON, W
ATTOKMiV
AN (U NHKU.OH at
LAW. uak-o u\
t'uu uo.'HdA Knuf^j
S. H. PACKARD^ i i & i
IIKMVNTVAT.
A
it POWERS A HEMENWAYM .^^ii^Afinr A
7- B' 4 & CX-! NSKI l.ults, OF- IfSt
EMIR
MW.notshv^^M#
irivi
U ,i K
8pc
iu Him!
irnmi-wi.M), KiiruitiU AmirUafrA
iii i.'*iilflitn, Plf-1 V
ts^
nfv Y
MINN.
S. VANDER
i t«i
1
WW. ROBINSON, M. DU| CX
'*|b: irg'-on thi- J'ti Iuva
f%A» WCATKI) IN En.\R KMj.s, FOR,
JL fm" pWotice ut Mi-dit-ine nml Si.rgery. Of-1
1 11
DT:
UEO. W. CLAKK, Proprietor.
IT OQUT.
0?
VAART.
Jt'H^KoN. J.AljE
•i 'It Win,!!-:# VolUSOMiNN'
S. N. PIERCE,
lfTMriA' \M Sl'HflKON .OFKfCis
Wliitin'v of Kv!.'ith', Ci-dur Full* Iumh,
WARREN, M. OA
S l'If(KKss|, ,\ \|KHV$CE8
.j.illf'V
,.i i 1 1
•t Uiwn#?"
n 9nl
4C
W. YOUNG,
lilSKU.N A.\i ..0«».liwN. O
Over fc'. K. ire!»LT'* Dm? Store/
KhIU. Iowa. vlliili
F. A. BRYANT, M. O.
11 VSM IA\ AND srKttrcoN. OFFICE
I ii \fcir & lirvuiit's Druar hi nr.'. Kt»lil.-nce,
of Sittt I ami l''r:iuklin Cokir Faltf,
M"'
(ircias's Driiif Store. It-.-fiilence llrvt i
1 1
iNl'W ScllO.jl llousf.
rarmers
Jliri
I
H. M. ADAMS, M. D.,
jpiIl'MiriAIV \M sntOICON.
Mochanical ir.t
i t'' r'U I i
1). litlvirv. aii.l
r.iiet
i»or' at,?*x
ALSi^j
ir_r:.'.-ii Dentist, inftrAfwtrri^i
r^i-rv
*i I
Oftlc*.
i'.'.iu.
HUNT A HOWLAHHP,
Ar,teitsf i \TfM ^^rur-a
l'l.Ul, ll.ir.,,1. iilitl Svi'Uh.
lor the Ok-brat.-il '. Aultmau & t'o.'s "Swi«p
xtakf-n" Thri-hlicr, Maivh n.-irvo-itcr, Ksti-rlv and
other lteapcru and Mowers. Schuttl.-r Wnponi. .V:
A fuH ituck of i'aiin Tools 'm hditd.—Uiti
c« Corner of Main and Set-oml. sis Cedar Full).
Mrs. A. GIBSON,
ptTOTnrjRAPH 4KTIST. conyEn
1st and Main StreetH, I'ji Staii, (.'iilar K«Uh.
own. I'lintnL-iaphs. Amhrotyp. •-, (len», Porcc
aln anil Ivory type Pictures ol every etyle, taken
rrfsff
VfVpti Pi
DAVltS
A I* I) OIWAM l^lTALPAXM
flaiiirci-, a*-. FlmtK,
VfiR A"JfB
s ice at
tion to nil
uslm-K"
!»r I* .'In. na*l rittro
mper
5nop OUT l)llleli wai'oll snop.
icauy dime on slmrt noiie.
W. T. MEDARY A CO.,
rk]:ALEH|| IX I.EATIIEH. SADD1JSKY
W.M ITanJwne*.hoi- Flndlnyn. Siiddlec, Collar*,
tr ('•-il n 1" ills. Iowa, t'axh paid for hide*.
CHARLES NEELY,
I i s n i i 4 1 i
a a
ANDES, CINOINNATI,
mJr
i-uwn-.
Van f»a
CKDAU PALLS CHITRCHRI.
|U4 I' Coih-r uf IWii and ul ti it»«o. Re
A* WMut." kiciltei MUiAa
M. anil 7'i I'. Sahl-atl etio,,! at i-j M.
N K't'HODI^T Corner Wafhlngton and Till Wt
IU v K \V. Keeler. I*i»ftor. Services every
Ssiihaih at KIU A. M. and 1ft P. M. Sablwth
'Tfmi
f~ \*J
OR RAT WESTERN, CHTCXOO.
.lNWli.t 5-l.oo»,ooO|
ftfeDAP. FALLS
,j btr
SAMUEL SHIELDS,
I J^|aiitH'ttirer and^Uealtsr 8
Brooms and Brushes
.bi!ii#Mfiiii« aatKir.M'1'"*"
"'i- ff "4
WHQLISliA^E.
Winds of Woon
9-
M)
OVFICK- Over Rice A Coodfellow's Storfci
Cedar Ftillts. Iowa.
Mi
TOIUIIllf & RIVGSLIlf!
IIIV9 ("loOrvvWr
E A A K E
To tf
TWd
Ci'daf Fa I i.«
A Bcgslsr 1
OtltHUbs
u.
a
Bocfffrm§T»»»iomoo,
K S II FISH
From IjiUo feupi-rlor every w
Try them and be Ptoased
lowu.
Vuksag* and
Transacted.
Bonda and Ooin Sought
and 8old.
\i/i/h Xadoiml littiiH, At York,
Tt. R.
for'1
•laekconvills
and
H,,ntlieni
r^na a»ir- at r.-«|o,
itiiJp-.-ia-iiaiT citirt)i«j
Kanaax
Mr an.
(W ot
fed St
Parage* h,-cored tana say part of Karope 1
thia Country.
1st emit allowed mi ttm« detioaha liv meclsl
agreement. I
OAiit bDKUM-Hiyou nar tfUwitt tooar care will I
be falrtifnlly peiTohmd aert #0 aturtl-«aid«avor te
merit your esteem and eoafldoMe.
A. C. TnuMPSOXj* CO.. Ihalpi
L.awairr.caaMn m«w
u-ue
'fHB
3
a* a
jr i
MM? tT .VKm«t*T?T5C«M, I
mwt.1,1
sin
Cedar" Rapids, Iowa
tewt& dk4& .^iita%tW,s
73,
ISCOME FOR 1S70 $70
LOSSES A EXPENSES forlHW) 37,664.00
I.OSWRS ITNPAIDijuct rcportcli C24. I 0
Ascot for Blark Hawk Couuty.
U^y
li I A O O
hoocdou
.. a« Ihw opMWid a ,,e ..J,
f\
First Class Billiard Itoom
thrmtiu) ttr«««ry atora Rlcc A
OXT±3"
Arc r-.ijuuatflil to
CHivo moA C«H.

J- s«
»oD6Db'M
INfiWbB^EBXI
-^r
W. 8. Sherv^ood A
f, m.»* »s i
Having
1
Ifirst tfl
Co.,
s Condition,
'A M*
t-.' tw*
1
ON HAND.
»19 .0
GIVE
*-mT
d&U
IJ» OA
1 1 I
II rf.iCM'
a '!$'
I
Next Door to T. HaxltM.
.H
4
W. B. SHERWOOD A ea I
O W N S E N I I W
EltS,
rBBAM PiLLC, MVI.«
a»i«(0* i
SaAonU Bank, Chicafa *]lfxc1ihnge BSu^htfhtfeld on tlio
Principal Oitloo of tho Unltoli i
Statoo and Europe.
»ia^ i il II
Dealers in Cold and Gov
ernment Bonds.
PMOMPT JkTTMNTlOM
AZXOWBD ON TTIIE Dfir
mmeuh Ao*mii«nrr.
-r-adbt*-
OEDAB FALLS. OCT. 0. 1871.
..g-gr- !»J
#ot!j#\\t#«( ilf I,ma.
1!sMoim^ ^epr. \p. IS'71.
lowu \Vow4Jt CiKllrage Asxoei/l|rMi,^
have requested me to take the
eftry stepf to sef»ure a full re^res
It.ipH Of fiends of vrottitfi sufffftg®*1
o«f tievfi fltnittot iweetfrtV (o be
jn uppr oi ue ^wm[wn-Mt
tuKumiftg a personal rt^pmeibillty
the mothers, wlv«9 and daughter* of
^ato afew enggentionfVr their,
rfi6s( thoughtful consi(i»4i^.iti)
Y'^Twenfy^-one yen* «tll4°ther
W» a natlA»al convention to be ItVhf
'at Worcester on the 18th and 1!)M of
j.Qj^tolMtr^Uo foUowiugaut^euts were
prei»citr( for discussion oman's
Rl«ht to PMucntion Literary, rtci«
[ehllliki altil Artistic Iw v..c tf .out.
i'ominw
rn.iuWrj«i, oi«m iuHll_M"l ,.ro.'"I1
Her ln!u
fMnlOllftl
U1
Av
i,idividual her *nnl
tfc MfVinrt W», •Soii.M.I 'i-
^lldipppitdttict was ij^-eclioed
both }ii'mis'pherfs,vnilrt
antf aT
rewled the aUeHliou of the grattt
thinkers of the civilized world. Con
servatism was startled froiu its Hip
tlirnui'li '(...111 l„.i.ii ,-.hTO» UT
«YSTt,, S 0.1 the sex as the fruits of tlda ^.ew 4e- 7'",
!parture''forwon,e.tY
1
,AW.i t.fl^dmuthters »f Atfi««rici —conserv*
*«i-sJ iattves and progre^ioniHU-in their I'
ias„ CQmuaii^li^«*#**^**»**+^
nl
"Ifurefli'Faiiiwis1 Company
na It iwnrfW »o pablic fcnltdlnfn Bebool
IImwmsiiA I'teirciiat.
w. Mci'l bLOCH,
one more combined and detenulri£T
effort on the part of the women of,
turers who always attach themseivae
to a great ri form.
The Republic** party wos organ
ized upon tiie simple iaaoe of "No
more Blave Territojy." A man
might believe In perpetuating slave
ry iu the States where it existed, he
Ab4,*'^ OywraOoo. are Prapa WOT continued to |be hi. .ancluury, »,„l
0M. |anup|jl llie trade wllhatt Wttp unt nivu.ltj, a. iL t^nwrlilJ
AND
o
n it
!W sdff Kim), of *'r '»l* rf»W'rt..ISl,lSi«lehb, feli:,"h ""l""r"U
Bread.
jgwM—»iaow*i!
$&*
question, tluit will take care of ii
self."
When the slave powfr, beaten by
theballot, renewed the battle with
the. sword, even then Uiidaaqae party
refused to incorporate any fractional
opinion into its articiea of faith, but
adhered, with inflexible purpose, to
the oae idea of the Union ao it was,
aud the "Second Washington" waa
Williug to compromise the prtaftte
opinions of a majority of his party
aocNavetlS atSTci y.
During the long struggle of the
Republicans t'er this one idea, the
only qualification |of a soldier was
the ability to carry* inoeket faed
vote the Republican ticket.
.The deepest dyed vilialtio of the
seaboard cities were taken-fnto full
fellowship, and received the benedic
tkotcf tneu and womln As
they uwrehed te the front. Bttty
Wilson'a wit-throat Zouaves might
carry thefr crimes with them no
matter, so long 'ii* they carried a
Row ie knife for the tyietny.^ /fi
1 women HfMUghout th
who pronounced a blessing upon the
wwinc
JESlIMA^ SiawteLa
CEDAR fAfctX IOWA, FRIDAY,
GAZETTE.! vvttflk, f^eT fnff/ 4Utl)oTixe4 in mv-' Sflif WhiIp Mon.
we
df the I
ai?l,,nl,n
i
4
Tfc» #i
I i$ ,1 |»fT'fe. lar!^
u,aMh*
™»rrlK«
w!:ivt tl,e
held ut I)*ft Moinen on t4Mn diuh of, TT»ilOn.
{Oqtcibef individual examples of the
in'behair or me \W0i'lfttl0n -but i
women
fled »Kh the 8nffirarC eanse, should
,,r"
jifeg tho partioulat viisys may^• ^^^be a sufllclent guarantee of their in
preaa—I be^r to call the attention ofi
",l" "houhl
l**diy
,)f
ihey
,,,,Uical
or^niz
y,
y
in a
QiOivll nn'd ^Mftidil
~7w'ru?tiU
to her
$0*qiH-rtloA (.ullMMl, mtelor -Of
yht4
^TTTf_ _' "ntil to-day, thin part of her mit ofL^^
RXJIT BAZAAR WMrhts Is an accomplished fact, and
-L 'enlarge sphcr-s u-ef^lWas, ^^d effort.-iotf the victory is
i-roisni of the leaders of Uint coil-
vttition. t*
itics and religion, those who direct
liie march of events in both hemls-
ni#,i
ar/^*/
TTir^i£o
c|.cedfdf»oi qply wo^derane,
*x"'^9* lentil
avo-atioii», bui- (be jti.-:k 4i of her
fOT
Winkle sleep, snd the neWspa- ,,
Qjfer «^^h»M exception, ir/r' only „pon our huslmnds,
prophesied tile ..ft?? degfetb.tlon oT
«laiiu to inihtical equality. An«||)t»- |ninn frae eeope to their pieaions for
iitical rights have already been ,tl,lllK
MJTttrJMII&T4NK V4
hf
A
(hoy*) t()
th(
might buy uud sell tdaves iu the
(Slave States, and still be in full com- '•tlnenee men. Those
inuniou with the "ihiv »rty," lie t'"*t claj»s wiio are iin^
1
I Kin 1. or Willi the Hloryi.r l.i« ilimwalic nil»-j "i1" HI, »to*,M I
!ftfUu««Ur
& ItZESS'iM t^E2 onounced the "shlbbleth" of the
iil, erUoen. If Ii. Imt^
new party, every organ and orator Of
l'a^doiu betaiiie liis Uefeudftf
fh
!w
WW'^hatlfffld bf .MM-r«nbsition
that this "new party of reform,"
were for overturning the social fab
ric, and amalgamating the races.-—
Horjic-eOrvely ami Iliapatrou
of the "New Departure" said "We!own
hove nothing to do with the social
been. They etrowed flowers Ji ittfettihvtc homlrediine largo
*|fiii
shd ftirfe filftf forgotten to strew
them yearly upon his grave.
"|Tlie gi»ti|* arniy o^ Woillcn" are
bft|ling for the same prificiple for
which loyal men shouldered
musket.
^Tht iful^iaa
ro|nW
|lMh"a fi
those who, in other States are excit-
left d6clrliie of "rree love,
With
a
amti
l.-Rf«l»Uir» l«
be elected^ who an* to ujon the
(jiiestion of outright to the ballot.—
Lei us take the etiemy at thtelr word,
uiii exercise a "meat moral iuflu-
r,t!,,er* ft"d broU,ei^
!SfCH TMfisWffrflreoFthe^^^e ,^o-i m,
o e v i o w a e i I e a a s
,,2 have beet, reali,ed Woman's rlftlH J'^
U E o E u a i o n i e a y i e n i e o e e e e k e
j' Her .\V«e**tions, Iu-
IH^
but
UP^»
S
I S |iustrtal, Commercial and Pmfession.
|ul," have been gradually enticed*], i Connfv V 'f"i I
join iu their hilarities, and
,n
a lr()itly iuvlte them
.owu to secure it. their little games. By this identical
The noble men of Iowa*)frfto havei tueatM forty-five young men out of
stood by us, complain of our flitter- fslyty In the peuitentiary or Iowa as
ing aud activity while our enemies, sured me they had been led Into the
vanquished In argument, have des crimes for which the are Incarcerated.
scended to personal scandal for the In the Reform school nro several
purpose of poiauniug the public oh Ihlren from nine to twelve ye*rw ofi
judgment against us, and art- seeking .age, who were instruments in the -ill/lUuu -luw
to uiake suiIVage party responsible hands of expert criminals for the
for the opinions of fanatical udven- commission of high crimes. Their
W Parties We civ© tl.e follawitix rviM»,wb
7 w a n y o e i o a u e U e e e y s i u a W a e
«!yauization, bt*te ur Nutionul, |(u( la^t wiot\ f.tr tfio iuforuiathtu of
or rullow«ra. whoneek to 1p-| wh ware ii»t
mm I'orato infn our «i tic!p» of fui.U^, WiU huotUPe aiteoJitul.. Whit 4i«
1V,CSSWBt I* fnp#prei.»i! consi'liMv:!' tlii !'nlhlfc of tlte
l»y the public, as free lov». vuitmj t'o** ofti»»rluniU«H,
"RtWk^
af
t«4be
C'onstitutlon 1
siro it
PurP **. estimate
»Uce
UP°"
a weU
8t"nlar,,
*eAn«d
of
moral
s'oiftl Ufe-
1,1 ,hU
re^
apect they challenge ooiupariaon with
ltions
At there are thosft wi»o differ with
us, Trt us lay aside the discission of
all minor ({tiestioiis, and ue all our
Influence and energies for the pro'
(Mirementof the ballot, which the
every woiwiui in Iowa without re- i
14
,,,c
"""cl r."^*6
otlr
™r*7
C°M,in«
know no parly but the
u w o
i
4 i
h?
(J
"J'T J,oUUci11
C°Mnty rw''*
"f* ^l,nuj!.
1
ou*
U'tiW NVU'*U
morJ0Wt- AN™
Y
(1, inU
conferred, upon women in ma.^v associatiena are ueoawarily aud
part* of Europe and It. two of our [inevitably dangerous.
Mer of
Tlrerewre Mi* tiiiWPWM pmsetT lor jglary, gambling, and llbfiuiie. con
the discussion of Woman's liight to
the Itallot. It now only requires:
°"e
»*VBnp
44ifrespomling Hecrctiiry,
Xotva Woman's ^uUVa^e Assoe'n.
Tiie i«|-" tliHlk'| Wa^,NO of the Iowa Penitentiary,
oi the J,£ix, tlfMr who !oa*l U:c ai- eorr«ilpoi»d#nt *^len «»f fine
vauce guard In letter., ftrlaw, in pol-
ul)ility aud of lnall|y
,ll!irft(.leP|
are
W ffttiiJji iiuocruetl here as elsewhere.
The visitor is amazed at the prepnii*
of youn^ '"9W. tpl unfre
ttentlj^of gdnt iiarwifigo," tint more
•owmoiily of tiiat ohtss who have
„,,d its associations.-
')roft8!,ioual il'iy.io bur-
nte nt
(JO
tlttviali.
dens of strong drinks, and
by Uieir
artful grace win yo.nig men
to join iu
first lessons are usually learned Ih
the school of vice open to fret? access
The question and the only ques- In almost every community. Their
tion, which has been raised by
the suffrage party of Iowa. iUotof
political equality.
parenta, if llvlug, are cither drunk
ards, or regardless of the conse
quence of drinking associations. I
take an Impartial record of 260 con
victs in relation to Uieir habits of
drinking liquors. Of these U50 had
been "drinking men 10# attributed
their incarceration lo the une of liq
uors 21 ouly had been total tib­
.. Hegaidf Knadsy.
,. Tiie CJn itithai Ann'oaitU «ivoa the
Toe Uirintian AjHt'of/iM given thf
m"r"k- s'*""«"•
W,"crrlwl
rk*
The steward aoqualateii the w
ple with the new order of ififngs,
and now mark the result: Because
his excellency Is 30 careful of our
interests, we will be all the more
careful of his, and see *0 it that be
shall not sutler loss," said the work
people and each tried his best to
sa*,hltM*erit done in o«4lt that the
work 011 their landlord's estate might
bo done iu time. And never before
was mure work accoinpllahed in mi
•liirt ia tidTe 0M0 well)
Tin- steward was plea
iwtawyro w#«He to
mfnister That waa a good hit.
No one lias gained^uore by the new
order of thlnt** than yourself. Eve
thing was done with promptness anl
di*|MUcU.".j
sprang
full knowledge ctf the {Minic
Uiar views o/ nil our frieuds In this
proKlnont In'lhls
.•.1 beyond
1 rima
mfu
'A CJneer Freak of Matnr*
Awni file Ackley fmlependent.
Granville Dennis. Esq.,who resides
about three miles southwest from
cliikyM&tf *ftr **^lgtecimch»
(»ue
Uniou ayUHer, neve, stopped to en- which he plucked from the
s a e e e i e e e o o e a k u o i
iiuire who iie waa, or what he had 1
Of a}^leaftapn from
trtee this season, and a bunch of
tUe l(ifter irt A u a|jd U)rfc
ine hu^oofiyrteM. Ttie
5th of June it was again covered
with blossoms, aud yielded a second
crop of applee# numbering about
two hundred. About the 15th of the nine teeth.
August the tree was agattrta bloom, Albany, which was, ten
and iu due ti
Ing step may put off our enfra
ment for years. If there is a
ioijrfwt wit* baa no^HMg v
either mornfty or financially,
poor in(/ Let each one answei
the question tor herself. ,, pew- r-~"—• •••.t omuop oi
is not, nor cannot be, made responsl- "wnOlfBumincr. To those Who may returned to bis first love aud
*do fur the Indlvldagl opiuions of
fl
Ilia trutiifnlness of
we would say that
JMN .*• the ho- it not the truth, aud furthermore, he1 re-enter the ministry of tho Unkoti^
called d6clriiie of "flrr- i-
and, i* ||-gf»redat a«yaia»etobring auf^ dhvvriT.'' Thto weM
•ji'irnir-tiii-riiBr'nir in
'Hon
T-rtstrii i
mrnm
*irrr
Of taking Uoltl an.I «ioln«f Iflie
l»e«t that cft,i Ih» dune, and working
low! ih ita.leC u, «f «ie. Aothcwi,, uj», it b* thai work nifty load to, m*n Uken care of the family
wivfn, i|s^ (hpi^hlfrs. Avlirirhellere something hotter. If anything can
the »o- ren!ly hplnTiyr to a man," it would ,.,
eomo to him, If he parnestly strive to ""dinar the other by Oounnel tmUyra*
do the best he could." fpathy. theu tv tman nJiould alher© to
11 f*»'imlr«»d ta.i abaftrifttU op this division, and she hfts i»o rltfht to
The individual examples of the P01'1 unities l»o in the young and i.ail,,A
SUte, who nre Identl-
aiitnii)i can
1 of,th,
country
lor the e.luciUioii of a! thme that de-
The drift of his disc.nir*« would
be that persi.xia ahould have a train
ing adapted to their future coulee in
life. I-'very one should luqualifled,
WciH.st earnestly entreat all and!8UrioUiK* I« this sense his, .. ...
leoture
iNi her, against what Is catlela higher edu*
Inrt,v,«lw»
opinions opon cation."
all the self-mada men of our eerned.
country Franklin's career was murk-
nude .k0a,
common sci.oolscannot mantaiu civ.
il liberty or public virtue. The true
U,1
without iu
a,,y-!,
l'l°
«".»t v. hhtj lllttilef WimeH aui sliort lerrhfl.'^^ I Si" ,u ?u i 1}
lawful proiVerf3f, and jtt occupy H/ i .i"t» -teiffii I 'Uau^should b- idle for want of fuur quarts of turtle or pea soup, a
high seat in the councils of thoJ h~w, Work. The time would soon wiuih small baked idg, or a roasted goose,
"great moral party." HU opinions
P00"1* otl«irwl»e:
they are obliged to work on the es
tate of your Kxcellency, and so liuve
no time except Sunday to work ill
In their own field and garden patches
Bismarck replied "I do not want
God robbed on my estate other ar
rangements must be made. If any
l'"« n«W
and must be harvested, they mine
fii-nt, and not I, l!ut Sunday work
must cease."
Uil'.oeVlf
thelr
e
^ou lie i^uenLioiiS uf free trade I f«»i I, wltifr scran of iihtoi-v iu« proud satisfaction that so many look- Ids. potatoes,'^Ciibbage, ami other like
roiio»mg Strap or for the good time coming whrn i v«g. tables, by which time have
drank fifteen or tweuty drinks of
guided, should bring its blessings to old, solid corn whisky. After din
all, The day wa* coming when uer I put tip or down my plank, as
mind should master material, when the case may be, take a few drinks
the world should lie made wiser audi during the time, say about twelve or
better by the lineal successors of ear fourteen.
fre,9tove Were never asked, his homo scrap of history. 1H»-i0(j for ,|te jr00,( time coming when
on htrp.ra'.', wi'.iL#
T"'"Wu'"i"jr
w,,rk
8BLK-U.\1K «i. v.
foremoai eitiea of the Unioft,
During the laat deeade St. Louis
ha* aaeendw* the scale from the
eighth to the fourth.
Chicago, in a similar proportion,
ehangcH from tfie ninth to the fifth,
iltlrnore, which In 1S60 was th*
&!*rib, ro4n«grad«i to t|teoUttl)-
Boston pursues the same direotlnti,
frmn the fifth to the seventh.
Clrtclnnatl retires a stc^j fro
ua Umi
seventh to the eight.
New Orleans falls back from tl^
sixth to tlie iiitilh.
W»Bcta«o, |^ch|g4t«ble 6nk'
vffcWl lca|, vaolts ^jb4 Aiofirtcentli
to the centli*
Wushlngten takes a itritlafrojy (he
fourteenth to the twelfth.
Newarkr New Jersey's tbflying
nii'lropolis, drojis, nevertheless, fcocn
U)e eleventh to the tl»irt?eutli.
Louisville, twelfth4af rank iu 1860,
la now assigned to the fourteenth,
Cleveland, four steps forward,
mounts from the nineteenth to tho
fifteenth. t,
Plttahu Ibfii Utal na the aome
relative rank now ae then, tUoalx
teentli.
*.¥** twenti
eth to tfie importance of tlie seven
teenth.
Detroit recedes from the itft'en
teenth to the eighteenth.
Milwaukee from the eighteenth to
nu g-hAii iiix'.h i ftKp'Wfi Hj ilftljUl Mtati
intn 0
a Re
l{!t( thb alone would not Ht
one for the demands at' the world, for
workers. Many tliingH wereHtudied
that were not adapted to the prob
able pethway in life of those Who
study idem, lie himself had it coin
inoo school education In the days
when cotuin ui Mclunda were com
moner than they are now, at any
rate they were poorer.'
U*
above all, "to be able ami willing to .tlio.se people, and those citUeus who
If tUe
lu'aUh
4| A W 1
!f|l*K
daug
y
yielded a third crop the thirteenth, now takes the old
ilred apples. Strange I place of Jersey City, the
bat identical tree is
a hundred Tim Re/. Wm. II. Milburn, of
»p-
I11
ears ago,
1 the old
twentieth.
the eloquent blind
ce of health pfeacber i«ld llwflnrer, formerly a
nd of me
(icculiarity
the with the Episcopal denomination as
sprouts a member and preacher, has ad-
tiom the tii'ifisatoout Kix dreesed a letter lo the Bishop of his
this'ulf- i iinTte'ii^'wiSi The ^thmBst eblir/i!"
Sfr.^f). becc^it^a member
flclei^vidence to convince the^mmLleenaatinifc at JaokJuX whT,!1
iUtUtc
MIhm Catherine HneiiUer in Oppnslllfta
Permit tneto preeent a few eoimld
eration* in oppinition to the elalm*
urged mi oar legislaLui'ri iu favor of
vToinati.
Neithor imib jMomnn h«a a rtfht
r» anything contrary IheUe-tt^ooil
»f society.- If thib require# a divlt*
Ion of rpMponiilhi!if.ioH, ao that wo«
state,
|j otitsido aflTiirx, each
it
",m',k
hi* own «r»y In HIV, ni luMMr haw wrMa qMliamUmi. wMeh the
«lrou..wt»..e®. „iKlj b,,t of wolelT w.iilre., «.!
«nlgl»tbo considered a protest I ®very community is to ho the judge
1
,UMI,on
which Is best fbr »tciety.
Th® inter pre to lion of wir constituv
tlou and its amendments, all turn on
the meaning of the terms people
and citizens. In their widest sense
these terms include not only men,
but women and children. In the
use of the terms In our eonrtltution,
they do not have this broad mnanitig
for the children are shut out and all
men under 21, and several other
clas««of men. They Include ouly
*s to who stmll voto or shall not vote
|-t»y settllug what i* best for all con-
b®9t
ed above all, ly the chara-teristirts of1 relui^«, Women to be law-makers,
uniformity. His power and |w»pu-[Judges and jurlea, a woman bat a
larity ijuve us the French allianoe.— rilslit to these olTio©* If It does not.
Had raiiklin 1»clmi reared in luxury,
0
had be been ^mdnate of Harvard
i,„ i._„
s i'.rAu ,ijrT™:
the H|M*al«er pm-ed to the opposite •'•llijrent voters, shd also take away
p»le of Ami'i icau. lii'e, DaniW ltoou. the most plausible arguuient-for tinl
VVIiat Interente ua it. the eharaoter vernal, mjffrago. All will concode
of this man is ti*e boldness with i-» «rt n,„,
whieh he rushes into the d*n»ers of wiotll In. fr.imeil so that
a lonly pioneer's life. Holier! Burn- woman s u-efuluess and lispplfi-ss
wa- tin- typ' of in in that pleaaed the shall be treated as equal iu value to
speak#*- Wu»*v Wi.at e lu-ation and ,„*,•». Bin thbdoes .ettlo the
lit fulmie iiUK^t Ua%tfc Uoiie for IbU, ..
niaucftuuot betoid. Jlutif he had "P1«••»*«» as to whether th© law? be
hid every advantage his verses nude by fathers, husbands and
would probably not have boon so brothers, er by women. The mujor*
good, and millions have been de- jty „f women beMeve that It is for
P|T,U1p,^«blcra
If Wed (I)-lot of'the poor and lowly. Hvil government be borne by men
His veives were known In fragments, «nd not by women, and that it will
more thau those of any other writer
he an act of ln
Atver whh hiidIi an ovatlou odured ... ..
to uuy Jii^iiehmau a.s to this tavern ilo
*°?My
ri
i
1
or Yale, would he have been (he able that tho best good of Svieiety
great uud useful mau he was? He! would be promoted by having wo
plaivd Wanklm higher than Warh- men who p:iy taxes also vote, forthls
them
ft,s
HchlS3|t,,e,r *0ck1 ^at the responsibility of
',rob*
j09tl0e
hunter, wln-n he waa sixty years ttike resjKHislbllltiei, as they mint do
a
ob,,«e
if univeraal
by law.
lead. His sincerity Is what we nd
mire. He spoke from his heart to
tho universal heurt. How different
was Shakespeare, another h«lf made
man. No oue could doubt but What
Burns at heurt was a better man."
"We have been told long ago, he
said, that self made men are only
half mudi- in- i. Can it be that sci
ence i« Vtaio und study worthless?
Thorough inquiry would lead t« safe
ami benlttcent conclusions. Life is
so short and art so long that the
great question for every unfolding
uiiud is, what do 1 moit need to
know. The two great qtiustioi.s nre:
VVhat I" the most needful to preserve of Apufrfni^n Journal
life and limb what that I may beat
earn ^ubsisleuce? Hard laltor is
«d oppression
e«»»el®»tlous women to
avffraffo Is eatabllslicd
state
an the prime minister of the
ami tho educator of our race.
CATHKIUNK K. BKKCI^^.
He w to Lire Long.
We copied from a recent nuiuSer
an occount as
given by the poet Bryant, of the
degrading because it u' mode of life which lie had pursued
If the same work was done' for urnuy /^fand to wlduh may
as a fiee will otlnriug to the good of i,e fairly attributed his remarkable
mankind, all men would houor it. ,.|
(lod's work l8»hle because wholly
of minl 811,1 ho,1
unconstrained and devoted to nobk. advanced age. A fleorglan, who
•nda." professes to he AO years of age, audi
rhe apeaker would not disparage earpeuter by trade, has been moved
true education. A people without
i Uiat the'
the pen ally. |K()lHj
Kver^' oue should be trained to eat'U eu boiledtleg^s, fifteen or tweuty bnt
living by tnanuel labor, that so li« ter cakes, with a little codee or" tea
might aervethe world more ofTectu- eay eight or ten cup*—just as I feel
1 wwii loiMi imj- iiiv HpetiK^r nun Krsppieu witu toDguuuiuI groove
were wholly of
't question of s »oiai order.— one o'clock I oni i
iHiiriso'ieil fur thought his eyes had -mi turned up ir down, at whi
mptiso.u a tor
in thp r|rh tl|r#ctiol| |fivftry Ufty
itH
I co operative industry, sucnessfully
Relative Rank of Cltlea.
The oities of Vew York, Philodil*
plila and Brooklyn maintain the
same relative rank an to.population
that-thcy did In 18'iO. There has
been considerable shifting of placea,
"""j Iw
..
At 4
stltute the
«ra'» ^'P*
1
1
remainder of the twenty

by
MrV Hpy»nt
oww
,ett(,r to
lb
olden times knew not of. We Jive own words. He says: ean''t be kept aWake nights rauoh
farther from Nature's dictates thau I gtjt up about five iu llie morniug.! longer."'
did those people of tdd, and w§ paydrliik about six or eight .Trinlis of
Cttru
The lesson that self-made men eight o'clock. By th.it tnuu I has* eon says '\^t West field, a young
weio bent to teadi us is this a larger jacked off aud dresaed about 6W feet mother gave birth to a male child
social economy, where labor and of p'ank, more or less, then take mv ^oi.
study shall be combined in propor- tueakfai.
tion in the education of every child. My breakfast l« generally a smotli-i
aUtl
The moral de«luoed from a ooiupari- ered chicken aud a stewed catfish oi twined arouud the neck. Morrow
men is to have every youth taught or three shul, with beefjteak and
ubout the number. I then Joint,
'Ilie speaker hatl grappled with tongue and ^groove the plank. By
ready for putting
ich time I dine.
»My
djl|he
'r
u
I ^quarter of a lamb or kid,
''l1 I* WOT to the speaker aigreeua, beans, peas, onions, etolio-
1 then take the lost meal, whloli Is
generally culled tea don't use any apologetic
meat drink about six quarts of good
buttermilk, with about one and a
half or two pooud* of light bread
take about four drinks to hold it
steady, lay down about eight. I then
r*st well, droaui pleasant dreams and
rise em ly again.
plugs a day, aay one and a half
pounds smoke some aud chew the
balance not that I like the weed
Alee only to keep my flesh down.
i4lD
minister of the Methodist church. delay of turning, but are OaMlfcf for
but for several years past connected breathing.
3 w
Potato Bare In ^Iew Hampahlro.
turn carry it to the basket. This in
volves seven thonaand three hundred
hnd fifty feet of running, with such
deductions as may be made for an
out-stretched arm, when one comes
to this baaket and with the serious
addition of two turns for every pota
to, or oue hundred turns In all.
"The contestants entered, and one
of them performed the feat In a little
more than nine minutes. The other
two Were close behind him. If you
ever have occasion to try the game
let me tell you that tho scientific
way is to take yfur long run first
when your wind la good. When
you want to regain your breath, take
•Mayor Hall statea positively that
from 11»« oaanot recognize Deputy -Comp
venlng {troller Green, in answer to
who nt
lh®
c,iat
ofl*cial
Hal1- r«^tly,
lowitt(f
Specimen# nf the dpKSmMKnaailWnfalVaMilmveKath^ ^atlUar/ l»71. for two .ndlu« v.U opinion U II.M that km o«!^,hi •"I'l'"^ "i*
•ggg^'a^ •"•".,»|||»» •*Mtmmna JMW. IMIum »i~»-,-ai-t lUmmhw, ahK mr mm• wouM
httf .1
enna. #wer," 'in-law. Utter.
"Ti'Zk'U- -jit.-
gwwf"- si:." "5 •••*•.' ,• », ,\
ft '. .r
Jeneralltle«
—By reaaon of a Miveni«nt hole in
the wall of the jail, a Pittahurylnr
named &mall at lar^e.
—Liquor forhi.ideo iu (irowl^y,
0»1., but the annnint of "ammonia"
that th#droK«rlata awll ie enormoua.
—Gen. Bererldgc, of Chicago, ha* l,i,na'lf
been nominated the Republican
can ill date for Congreanman-ftt-large
In Illlnoifl.
«|fY11i„ i„
—Haitium add™—ad afochesUr
Sunday school the other day, and In
jvited the schoolara t« his "great
moral circus.''
-A B»ton paper says the benf way
man in the houve.
more, where he Intends to start
Democratic paper.
I a
»l
ve,y
ia all 11 elongating.
K»v«
Kden Wew before us, in tint develop- which is «oine\vl-. it differeut from don't want you hanging aroi nd un
ment of public capacities. Yet pro-
t|IHt ()f tjie
p,,w|
do not fully ieaa you mean business. If you in-
I
C^rglan, but give hi# to tuarfy her hurry up, fur i
whiskey by about' I ho CawMugtoa, Ohio,,
y with
^l00'made twoorthreo trout sometimes two county is defined to onmiiete with
to tarn hin hvn?: by liin htm U.— huiu ua i witli twu or thriiO 1I035-! ffUMJf w rTW
Urf natur^M
a W)at
m*de
of low&
tier's back. loom of our Davenport Shields."—
I am not extravagant In using to- 1 "I guejs not," said Mr. ireely "the
baceo—only use about two or three
0ia
to improve tlie lot of foinao Is |i»j formed and with a lingering farewell
put a good house o* .Mid i(p»«»,d *',e newly married couple were part
ed. After the lapse of a few weefce
news ar
lived that the ship had l*e|a
wrecked on the coai-t of A fries, altd
that all on board had perished.
81* dreary yean pasaed over the
widow's head without haviNft
—A clergyman waa asked whether
the members of lili church were
united. Me replied that they were
perfectly united—frozen together*
—A lady in London got the Idea
into her head that the devii was in
her, and hung hereelf. If women go
to hanging themselves for a little
thing like that, they're going to be
scarce, that's all.
—A love-ldtter, ftfrlriH up In
Bpringlleld, III., had the following
paragraph
44My
best Wived one, I
chawed the |tostage stamp on your
last letter all to thunder, bee
a used I
taew jroii lieked it otu*'
A London letter-Writerawya Uia^j
the Prince of Wales, has not read a
book since he left college, and that he
declares hlmseir unable to keep
awako for t|»e,cleverest ivQvel more
thau Ave minutes nt a time.
—BsInbridge, Ga., with 1,5'Mi ln«
habitants, will |dt iteelf against any
town of its "hell" iu Ihematterof
raising babies. The records show an
average of five naw iefauia each
week, or more than one for every six
persons each year.
—The Ret'. Pmebe Hanaford, of
New Haven, refused to let Mr*, Isa
bella Hooker Info her church, to
preach woman suffrage, Mrs. Han-
In behalf of the multitudes of! aford does not fellowship with s wo
women whose voices are not heard,' man who hall* Victoria Woodhull as
I entreat that ueeuch dutiee shall be a Queen.
forced on its until we are prepared to
d:schargeall that belongs to women
—Ou the out«lde cover of a Bible
i iylug on the table a Hudson river
steamboat «fe vrttt««t t^ foHowlog
lines:
I M» liolil tiuotv lii ^Ieefeil l!»a,
No soiii ivltli tl rominiiniw
Whllr «'iimi of Ronla alt rotuM i
Willi //trail/* n\vi
—Some time ago, a fellow iu Idaho
dnarried a girl of twelve summors.—
He was only Ave feet tall himself ami
congratulated
prlste match
started into an uncommon irrowtb so strong in sen
timeut and so marked in aeiion, as to
alieatly overtops him by a foot, and draw grateful recognition ftoiu eve**
patriotic heart.
—A Berkshire pup* ptt tf tho* to
hi* daughter's tieau: "Jim! if you
methol nf preserving health, want Lu you can h*ve he# but I

t!
«r«^l l«*'ped over the
bw,U
iru,|y uualterably ens
the
world A-
—A young man who had seen the
fourth of July waa seen by his moth
er on the fifth, sitting on the wood
In the yard, trying to pull off his
boots. His mother held up her
bauds In horror at the sight, while
he, endeavoring to stand erect, ex
claimed, "I'm not drunk mother, but
a*slcker child you never had.
—An Oswego resident found some
thing offensive in his laat dozen of
eggs, aud look the dealer to task.—
"What is the matter with them?"
asked that Individual. "They ain't
good," was the reply. "Well, that
aiu'tto be wondered at," was the
rejoinder, "hena are so
drove now they ain't expected to be
as particular as usual."
—"While CIreeley waa at DeaMoioea,
Mr. J. U. (Irlnuell picked up the
philoAopher'e old white overcoat and
"We are going to stop your
,,
Ibis ha* Imx'ii my mode of living aald:
th«Mie that now com* through life. I am stout and actlv
weigh froiu 2tfi to 27' pounds health „,w
Hue. My head in as bla -k as a gau-
woo,•
Mayor's resigning, lingering look at the old curmud- Tattle
caused a plaeard to be geon'a chimney-tops, as he trudged
from t,,e
00.1 |IM |a»ted me twenty yeara,
and I am pretty sure It will laat aa
ioug aa, or longer thau I shall."
—Mr. Morris Phillips writes t« the
jMotne Journal from Paris: "Thoae,
w|jo gn to P(|rU wUh U|0
A oorrespoudent of the Boston Ad-1 they can live cheaply will be sadly
wrttoer writes from East Wilton, N. mistaken. Before the war this may per cent,
tt., about the potato raoe: "It Is a have been (rue. But a great change P*y this amount.
very curious trial of speed and. has takeu place. To help pny the
atrength. Three lines of potatoes, Prussian demand everything has
each a yard from each other. Of been taxed. True, a good dinner
cetirseeach line is forty-nine yards iabU d'hote, is *ervud With wine for
long. At the end of each line is a Avu frauca, aud the rate per night for
basket, by which at the start a
0011
Mea that
-, lodgings is reasonable, but when the
testaut stands. In this case there are trav^ffr gets bis bill, he la aanaaed
three competitors. At the word with extras and Items ho nevef
"go," each one begins where he, dreamed of.''
choose? on the line to pick up pota«
toes to bring to the basket. He must
pick up but one on each trip, and In
—A certain aaain
eat tempera nee
lecturer waa setting forth a moat aw
ful portraiture of old King Alcliobol,
when a niuzzy-lookiug brother aroee
in the corner of the hall aud observ
ed "I like l' aok the gen i'm'o a
queab'n." "Certaiuly, my friend,"
said "I wish t' inquire of the gen'i'
m'11 7 be's ever been light?"—
"Thank (iod, no 1" was the reapouM-.
"Tills brain baa never been muddled
with the accursed thing." Once
mere tho muuy one s|oke "Then
don't the geu'l'ui'u seem to nse great
f'miiiarlty 'bout an entire stranger,
'a long lie lmiu't been introdooced?"
A thrifty old gentleman in Maioe,
wboao daugiitor had been a kiug
time "engaged," aud was ou the eve weuld almost, if not quite, compl
your filiort run., which involve th. I®'" "l»{"rC'Tf""" ,1,^
in-law a bill for the girl's board, from
fiu ifi fin ftH
J*-*1#**" & I
HPMBER
A HIralire If True Mtnry.
TlieSwiw 7Vwi«, under the hettd*
Ingof So leu re, soyi 'The oaputin
°f eea going vensel, whose voyagM
were uaially of nmlderablp leiiKth,
during nn lufervn! on shore, soma
ten yeare ago, determined to take up.
l'»»
m*tf,Ulol»y.
Ihf'
s,,'°ure
reap..nall»illt»ef» of
w»J, iccordlngly bd tt»
n,tar of A
the canton of
a lady of considerable hean^f,
whom lie had iaet wbilat on a vitrtt
to a friend In that canton but hap*
pines* Is unendurlng, and the hondy.
nioou was scarcely over when lb#
sailor received orders to start oil a
distaut voyage Duty must he pw»
Crane I rought any contradiction the
Verger, who murdered Col
In Mississippi, three years ago, has tale of shipwreck, when the idy a*
transferred his mefulneaa to Haiti
{cotupanled
by her uncle, went oik i
a
visit to Paris, and, in lh.it capital,
was wooed and won by second
claimant for her hand. The **.
uiony waa duly performed, and Hi
the pleasure* und duties of Tier no#
home and the care of three ehildrw»,
which were the fruit of thia seeoMl
marrlagw, she forgot her sailor Iunk
band. A few days ago, however
gentleman whose features wof#
bronzed by an African sun, and who
bore on bin brvast the evidence of
many a gallant deed of daring, In
the shape of several wrasse* and tie*
coratious, entered a oo/r, on tltO
Boulevard Montniarte an I oall.-d fbr
refreshment.
Happening to east his eyes to tfeo
further end of the room, he observwl
a lady seated behind a ileek, engage^
iu writing. Jumping up rr,„„
seat In a state of great agitation he
approached her, and after a short
whlsptred conversation discovered
in the iM iy—bia wire, whom he hatl
vainly tried to llnd iu tliH villugo
where tl.ev were married. The dla
tress of the unfortunate woiuan m^y
be easily imagined. With a loud
scream, she fell Anting to the tloor.
and it was at first sunposed ihatMle
had lieen struck by the captain, who
had some difficulty in show lug tho
occupants or the room the true state
of the case There appears to be lit*
tie doubt that tho affair will coiae
before the courts, and that the whole
of the facta which have led to sueh
an extraordinary result will bo wade
public/'
tthy Democrats HateUrtat.
flFkte Davenport ffnzettc glvea Uto
following eight reasona why the De
mocracy oppose Irani
1. ltecauae (Jen. tJrant manifested
himself on an appro- from the start an appreciation ef lfo.
but since then she has i Pub'lcan principles ami of the i«Miee
v 1 a w i u
2. Because he luelltuted a systOM
of rigid economy in his ndministr*
tlon of public aftkirs and livid oft.
cials to s strict respou.-ubjlily iedeeOi
ing effectually the good name of the
country, and tbereiy iii'-ieusiug the
revenue largely with much |e*s e*.
peutiilute for collection,
Because lie hss rrdUosd ttM
public imiebteiiuessat the rat*
of o*e
hundred millions of tioilvri per year,
and at the same time hss also per*
formed tlie difficult tusk of reducing
the taxes very materially.
4. Becauee, through Ills efforts a
treaty has t»e«l! effected with Ureal
Britain, the most remarkable Uhi
world hss ever known, by which all
our dittlculliee with thai nation af»
settled honorably, satisfactorily, and
peacefully.
o. Because he has found the I me
solution to our Indian policy, and ta
steadily pursuing a humane course
toward tl.e aboriginal owners of 'he
soil, which, In history, will inveat
him Administration with a halo of
glory, if nothing else does.
6. Because, he has prouiised to l|V
his hand resolutely npon the murder
ous Ku-Klux malcontents of the
South, mid by means of the law ot
his command, intends to see that
every citizen of the 1'nlted Ktalee,
irrespective of color or nationality,
shall lie protected in his rights.
wearing tills. We want you to wear the Democracy, who are hungering
4
Because, in a great public ine^
ure which hi* Judgment favors,
people not la»itig prepared for it, lie
gracefully defers to tha willofbla
fellow citiicns, leaving the mattor
wholly in their hands, and setting
up no arbitrary policy of hia own In
opposition to that will.
S. Because President firant and
his odvlaera are dliigeutly engaged
iu promoting the best Interests of lha
country, honestly, ecouomlcally, and
patriotically, despite the howls, of
for the spoils aud the reinstatement
of misrule and extravagance.
h,.', State Sew*
—Oov. Merrill's appoiutinont 0f
Mrs. (teorge J. North to be State li
brarian, is generally commended.
—Henry county is maudamui«l
wlth
^,74.WW in railroa«i bond Jik%-
ra»nt».
It will require a levy of
oa thia year's assessment to
—A
Scotchmail^t* llarahftlltown,
named Joseph Edwards, has jttst
fallen heir to an immense fortune In
the old country. He aud two broth*
era, who are also living in tills coun
try, are the only heirs to an estate of
seventeen millions dollars-five and
two-thirds millions eneh.—Z« MR
Observer.
—A female horse-thief wan arrest
ed In innesblsk county one day
I lao: week. A rider, apparently a
boy of 28, rode ahorse into Rldgwttp,
and appeared very anxious fi sell!
—so anxious that the horse wan
I seised, whereupon the rider tried to
i row ntr
,J
VMW
The work on the new State Houao
is progressing finely. The stone*
laying is settled down to regular
work, ail the atone being handled
and placed iu th* wall by steam
power.
When ihe last Legi.-datuie msde
the appropriation of $I.VI,mio, It wae
supposel that the aiuouut would
build about half the foundation of
the new Capitol we Were yesterday
informed that the appropriation
were wmited 575 u lhe
the date of the betrothal—alout four expended to this date. The month
years. The young mau scan tied the, 'y payment for this month on th*
long eohirans of figures and ^e
1and
cement, wilt
demnitloD to
1*1," aadly.'packed^hls he'grea't delay liaa been lhe want
those ii carpet- bag, and took one last, long, of stoue. The contractors,
potlna conspicuous place in the over the hills to the railway sUlion, ,low niaJe arraijeiuenta with ?Ie
A
bearing the fol- solitary and alone, to Uko tfee flratj Earlbam and RiH.k Creek qua.run,
Inscription: "Elected 1st train out
of the country. His pr*. aud are doing all in their power to
„S
Robertson were mistaken
a"
lm
°TCl%, \U**
This they will be able to ih
H»- IMm*

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