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1 1 K i I N
J. I,. 1.0IH|4, I.IHTmi i'ltil'lUSTOR.
rviiLisiir.n k\ i:/ w i:si\r.
Terms: t'j.ltO per Annum, lu Ailvanrc.
Otitu.f in N.*w liuil.liua,
t'or. .tfur'ii it- ll'ibnO S'fr*t!t.
Rates of AivertMfeigl
OH »f|U*r«, NNO inforMon,
•tcli s ul)Kti|iii'nt inn«rtl»n
Oao square, tlu-e in'inthc,
One »|uare, six month"
p||e tino ye*r,„...
One •"••ir'h •!mnn. »u» year,...
One li.i'.f 'me Jrear ..
On$ e ilinnu. "tie \ea.-,
Bail:i""» e,r.K n- vp
pa- The 1" a'cl »«II I"
tUl'SUM I- tan liB'-H «f fli'lhr-vief.eqa: taii'M
flf #1 'hi Ifm" of the tv, ftliM pafat.
lTB'lNr*
V111
GLIM
rs:.
W.•ifavary
)S-
.1. S. \Vi|(»PWAl!P,
tgTTOR.YEV AT MW,
AM'
KlvAL
OFFICII IX WILCOX' BLOCKS
Purtieulnr attention (riven to coUeetioaa, a»J
remittances promptly uia-le.
rv. I. »T,tlttD i.
,l((tfrnrj/ niirf Counselor nt Imh1*
SOUHY rt'I
v"
Jl E A EE i Til E v T.
Will "ivn finrcifl Rttf-nti"\ Colleetiuni:
wiil pay'tave#, exauiln# Utte% ealbtt taat«» and
sill real estate.
ill *r!l Ki"l Ki'i le and Frr»nn»l Property
dencri ti«n. S.it'f:ifti »n guar-
W
U- VN*-
t,iW, fOIVEll*' IS®
WATT CI.AIM, INSUUAWC-J.
Taw and lutnd .««ene* aMte.
Sow Rr:,k W-V.)
IOWA.
Tn-lcp^nlen^ea
i K K
O N n I
LiW,
NuTAUV lTIiMC AND**
k raar
""."JTms"?. U VN- K,
Z£~5 utour^tio, ZOWA.
i, r. ii.i»i'i
,1. P.SAMPiON
FIRXITIRS DEALERS.
„:,:i th 1*i- Ha
4iirl T.ticc and at m«t rMfmaN
.. AJamV fr.inias Ma
'r,~'"e will 4s alt luada ut in »u
mr miiinrr.
m-
In le'.tii ieaar, X«a. 19, Vaii. t-'-*f
WAM.ACK & I'L.ATNI-K,
H'JtoleHti* !Utnil ItrurifUt^,
PAINTS.OlLS. I» KSTl"FFS,
P.v«». '-'rttll Oil, l.:iTO & Tap,
*%SRri'MK»ttKS. WIN'E5 AND l.IQt'ORS
Jf ",,r MedVnl t*iirp»»e«. Pre*c ipt i on Mire'u lly
meiii.mtM Mn o Rtrent, jn»ite B!«u»#r
Iluuse, !I'll' hirtI.
i,. w.
ATTOHNi:V AT LAW
KoTAliY I'l'liLIC,
AM'
(h'nci: ts Vttueosi'% B«K* B!.»«
IXDKrnSUBXCB, ./OlIM.
Au^mtro., K«t. P-iy
D. *. Iii:i5,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NOTAISV !T!iI,I(
W i U
OFFICE I* CAFFAM/8 BLOCK, (u^po.lte
M-jitour llonst.)
H'T IT. »«55-
COY k IIAMMONH
lil A!.' IN
tJnKrrios and Provisions,
tndepritd*nee, ioirn.
FWHIIIIIKS I-\«N PRICK P:JD for
kind" of ••nuntry pr ..lure.
JL H'i/jdu if.rm,, in AlftafctaaM la DelUer
42&*&$ Fret of'(Vntrtjt.
IN-KPRN IFNEF, JUN* S, 1886,
•TWIFS M.
VV ML F.
AT LAW,
1TTORKI1V
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
I s i n u O i a I o w a
11. Til!
Mill.
Artit
iu iiair
Ear Rings, Br.-s»t Pins, l':o^er Rings,('lulus,
lioaitt. t'i Ilaskcti. Jiocklii r» ut'ocry de
sign, Wig*, Switch?*, ur'?i nn«i I'-rniiU, nia!o to
L&dio*' Lair Curled or l'rifUHl* Unir
WfttiHl, ftr whi« n:/-.! wiU
Bogni* on Mnin rcfl, "j i- f:t«- 11^'A Stor*.
TAILORING
Of •v^ry Deieription don. iu u mmiter.
2& Ittptfiwiciiots N•-**. i.i, -Crt, fit tf
o K. GRIFFITH, M. D.,
[ClilTII' PHISH.H
I. O. M. T.
n i I N 1 1 6 I O i n c- U I a
I'i i lay evening of eieh week, at TJ o'clock, in
t» id Texjilari' Hall, crnur of Main an.1
(-'trc. t, Iu'I• n li nee, I"wa. Ti i:i«jc-tit
t«nip!»n IB g'/t/i st'Uilijtj rdially iiivitcJ.tv
•tt*«J.
I 00
an
3 50
4 Ml
AI.SO. I.K !.N-r«) IXpRI'rXIH'.ME. IOWA.
Govcrmneiil Claim Agenl
Will nro«e«te aa4 .lleH all .!•«.» agwj"« n.t.^^.li-u.
iKajBovernmi'at, including nth.nf »«fc P»S. law aa any
ltm»
IH t.'AKi-AL's Nr.w Bate* Eiod, «r»r
"T7m. 111'N't'.
Al*CT10?E«iilt,
Independence, low*-
J. *,. LOOMIS, W. C. T.
Mr«. o. 0 tccirtr, w.«.
A. B.
Regular meeting" I'.st 31, at tha hall over
RinU'a Crocker Bl"re. Main 8tr».t, Inlepen
tlniaa, oa ThunsSay •veiling, at 7 o". '.cli.
Traveling'""nrailca la food itaailing curdiallf
invited tu iitUii'l.
18 no
!S
4*
S 0
110
I». 8. Ltr.
P. C.
J. P.SAMI'mON,
P. A.
i. •. o.r.
eommiiji-.'i'iii nf In'lcpinl«a!i
W. I!. PARTOJf, X. O.
KM 0Z1AS, Pte'v.
IJA3SDA(»LV^I IF
low*.
K A I & K U S Z
\Y!,t.Wiil! an retail JeaWri in
I'lCaiRK,
FlKEC'fT, AM) S 0 K I 0
TOBACCO, PIPES,
OENTTIM' Mrr.n^n.M'M nrKs.
HUKliru A Mi el. AT IMl'Kf,
4U.1AL WO« )U I'liM.S.
fiuA.'W noXKA
SSfFF. \Ti »AFR».
KTC KTC.. ETC.
Main Rtn i t. 4 H«ra Ea«t of Walim1
je»«
J. S. SHEARMAN, Praf'r.
Tht* in A (be tn\A
Nnr^ricf iu tb« Northwest, iu|-
raM Ext*Ti«ire
iiof vtr
500,000 Starufnrtf nnd Ownrf Ap
Tree,
li)0,0 0 Clialvo Graye Roots,
An 1 a e-.mj!rt« aurtment »f Ntirprrr
Ct
I Th« -oi fur iMf^iiu are 1
.1 I'.U'lge,
lOW.i.
isitj.i'i-js or, :cv:..
J. TlTliKfc,
•!i
PUVTK'i.tnE.•t'ifiOfiMi-nt*''r1Prtsni
•."''I
to
%IbJ* or
intini at
naSla r«t**«.
if .i.., -ml
in
WII 3 1K\ 8.11-' ttROt'BB. Html for c,.-,r r. i,*i.
.. »«v i |#mm«N a B«IU,
„S, SIAiSt bf ItKki. 1 i« tff ranraaahit A^H).
BUY TO Fit
8KATE8
OF
it ford Drolhrrti
ilial l'OIv SILK.
T'
S?."ol} VwmUlion, rae.dnh far'y,
For Sale
A BARN 14x20.
SS-l/J WM. SCUfTT.
DAV
S S O N
PINE LUMBER,
MTII, SHINGLI:S, POORS, S1SB,
EAST OF DEPOT,
I Mil I END EXCE) 10 WA.
l2J-Cwl
TOYS TOYS,
IIF
I:VI:UV
DKse IPTIIIN,
Wiling Ware, PocU't Cutlery. fl.., V, «!n ., a
l. l•"M Jewelry. nU i.-h 1 %v.!! M,.'.i
•A»t Zleduocd Prloea.
jR«S" Next D.jortu Exprcan ClTi iv—V?
r?5.lfl l'AX-ON,
Dr. J. KELLOGG
DENTAL SURGEON!
WUke# ta ssi^
In pendt'Q-e» nni
th.a hug «orao here to Siw. and ex ecu
to mttk« fcis» permanent home,
:.ti !»«vhi^ hntl o\cr vcurs praotioo in nr
nn I pra-'Ju'a! «lcntl.-:rv, ho feeli o
it) a^furini: the public that hi# opv-ra?:0Bs
HiSltMMwell perform*-a* cun be d-tio EaPt
or Wcwt. will bo n^bnonftl.lc, an I
all work warrsniti 'l. OlBoc over millinery room*
one dour east of Mar-inctte »t Mc£cuzic'^ F:u^
uiiure Si»»re. Main Street.
.N-v. Ii h. !$. «. [•'I-tfJ
White Oak ford
TIIK H:
ml !natv
SI'PM,
i
i v, it- iht? 0»li».i.va gives a n:*.Ui
Offi-e with J. I. ^a it. t»q., onf Winters
(Uttmiranr, Mh Streot,
WJ)EP1W EXCE.
Oa-. iMd.
iQWA.
BLANKS! BLANKS!
W-
inviti' tl.- atl^ntinri of i»crv Offiei-r in lli"
SCH'JOf. DTRMTOIfS. TEACH
KRS.'.IUTtOKS, C0N*!jTAi:L.i.S4 LAW
VKK.S, Ac., that
AT MV HOOK STOKE
TIIEY wn.i, rrsD
Ercry Blank Tliry Vfcd!
CALL AND EXAMIVK MT ^TMrK.
W. SAMPSON,
ifer. tt.iam [sstr
BOOKS. BOOK
K.
Trad
W««t.
I.HIIKP, NO. 14?, in O.M Tellowj' If all, corner of
Main null Strei-t#, on M- ti'lay evcnln?
iif ioh weeli at 7 o'clock. Transient Hretbrcn
in £iud it jti'liuL' are enrdiallr Invitol tn attaad.
U low at lli»-y ra» huj
am not l»y vny oiecl»»nor *11
I Mttk how ran wtlr*, t*ut h'ir !''tr
9e(|. Hooks art high, but I wit! do my for
el«ttffnort, W. SAMPSON.
u'2Z tf
DR.D. TT CxTLL
Dental Surgeon,
*jiDErE?fieftre»
t,
ill i. ll
W«»t of Cliii-aen.
Aii.i-fTi' C. Ka*rr.
FamMica 1. Kt- a
7 1y
Rockford Nurseries,
All Operation* Warranted.
WATaTa PAPPIH
AT
Waggoner & Co &
"-V.
mule wlii.H »r» t!r»["'«. tla"!'n'rrie«,
Wakl-irii,f, Strawterrie«, Ho ittberrlea. fur
r.-.»»«. in. AUu, aa Cxtanaiv# Aaaort-j
ment 1
riOWEXtXtl SOOTS, fLAtCTM,
Hr. ®ti" .r n ti the I'i -'eti.r of the iultty
C, M. 1. tv'etimtr-1 It'ielf.nl \nr»»,-l*», W wcll kujan
.. «*»•.«•»!•» tlirou-liodl Ilie WMI.
MHS^SWEKCE O^®1 W3B« l'ra tlr'i^tr" an lAae'enr*. «f 8a
t'.»a*e« or'jSofT CiiiTtn* BtSEVra. 'litutn ...mty, «»l j.'.r ri^r», «n.l
tSUgPBXDKXCBm tOVTA i .sW««*aa U ikmaar.
A Good Residence
TOR S A I.E TT
W 0 N N A I
Oet. 23, lf««. [ll tf
Furniture! Furniture!
ti-
i.nd.
M""
*..ul 1 ar
.'lia h-
fiie-. 1, i 1
pu M.'.'hat h.- hur in, i
CABINET SHOP
th V| 1 t,e, i n, v.r ha will
Iwe i'..||('nn'lj ci i..m all k. ..-Is ^.f Com
mon 1 'urnitu:-,'•, buch as
Bl'lMC Al S. RCDsTKAD-i.
AB1.KS. LAMP A- WASH STANDS,
WASH hCliKAfS. WINDSOR
AND CASK SKAT CHAIRS CRIBS,
lors»ii-:s. AND office cii.ui.s,
CHEAP FOR CASH
4« »»v»!i(ri in Bunin-i C-natr !"-'Alw
pan er »t ..n -.. ii I.. 1n.1ku.ur
tali
UBSCRILCR IWVINJF RNI. RE'L IU
Territory. ffer» ,r »a|e !iin firm. "'Ui»l»4
tH'n- f. irtl ol naiii' u.ulu'tn of l.ltllilan,
I'ii hiin.iii CIowa, i-aat-.'ning t«o kaadred
S!*re« of Inn !, one l.uu !re i n ',r iii.prnVeniwnt.
8a:d farm i- well w\t,'red l*v a ro^l -I ^InH|*O
a foo.l n:t. Thero ,, p'cuA-• tia rr for tire
w^.. 1, al^o twen*y ,-t?re« of t.,k timWr !w« mila*
dwtant. 1 ofer io ,. !1 the farm and timlier for
three th m.-: ad di t.iir-. one half enlt. the re
mainder in HBBIIjl I nvtoenn to «u!» the nareKa«
er. K»r fnrther |"irti.Mi(*r«. iu|iiire "f K. 1).
Cook, #f Jaiup, or L". LiMli', near the i re» tel.
t. K. HOVKT.
O I N S
W th the utnii ^t pn-t«: :i.
trt-Ctn 1 S. LEICJHTOSf.
SALISBURY BR0. & CO.,
Kltiairiive :anatavtarer* sad Importai^af
Vood}
$4 per Cord^(
»T
R. T. IOl.\C, OttcrTllV.
J»eC. 11. I Flirt.
Ton
or* n
Phiwjih.i
Miu'u Co.
:intl 0al:«*ya.
•ated I'Vixirt'l' i'il^nvR.
the V«».*d tha
tht Berve li^suo, «nd
I
ii rod 4u.ihht.il to
rgin». *no fiot lhe
(ho
4^,5,.„ urg,n
rtuo «u* one onu^o of Ca'icuva tod one foMftoa-
Iu! a
r.'y
'-tain ot Iron nn I I'h .M.hor. vi. Majiu
I taeturod by Cjswsut. Mac* Ot., KaTTMt.
Tor nil ky a!l inigjUts. jf.»y
d«l(l| PU(r4 and Ore Mr lewt'lir,
SOLID 1 *§kL
SILVKR WARE,
Aiismc^T], s?]Biri -'syjss
W Y V U K S
C.\S::I» 11 Y OIKNELVI.S,
A:: Eury .a „f
F«wv (so»di an4 V»Bkfo !*nfori,
K«pet'!.»Ily ^Upt.'il unJ deaifrm-u f.-r Smuliera
aad eatvrti Trale.
Cireulaia iiud full Ues riplire I "rice Lists seat
free.
Agcuts waoteil i-i errw! ere. AdJresa,
•AI.IKBVRT, Mitt W,'
SI Dorraacc Street, Froiidence, It. I.
E A A K E
Otir ib.nr Ei»t t.f (Ovnn's Cabinet Faetwv,
kept by i
SHEAHAN & HILL.
I, please KU to the Ii.-tek
siioul.l h.
auil you w
ii I.. on. ^-:tui
BARE CHAH0HS
A
A.1STX
try. 'hat .v.ns had several years' pr»#tieo «, i J..
aurpiea' and rracti-nl Pentintry. he feel, cot.fi-
drti* in warm? the»n that hf cfin pfrfnrm all PpcIIill
Sly Hi leioli, a'id Mt ii,oliaalof»
*«li Uie
C.cftolke
EETATL.
A11 ri_' i
i -, sir, I am ready to grant
the certific ite, hut belorc cluing so
I mn«t examine jotf as to yoar com
petewy."
Now look liere^ 'taint no UM for
to «-xiitiine nw fur fas I sail a(t»re,
I've liecn sehoolin* it risin' iirtoeu
yc-Jit'.*''
IPWA.
faucecs'or ta Dr. KMataaa.)
OSfea ta Leytze'a Tievr Block, Up Stain.
iiriKBrxfr*:
HENRY 8. CHASE, M. O..IOWA CITY.
jTavini: if He! the ruomj fomifrly 'ieeu|iicd
by lr. Ni ||. If IK l.e Wi'lim tn s iy t" thciiihnb
itar:M '«f I:. P6NO*-rc-«» «L lurr-^sn-lmr c»it«
n|f hal t^vcral years'
ctr.-«
Novcr mini! the certifienten you
must bt exaTniiied as to your qualiti
oaiii'iif, or thu certificate cannot be
issndl."
"Wt-H—but it's nary bit of use.
I have hut n—"
Never mind that: wbaA brai cht s
V(itir
enn •l -rc gom#' rinfy.**
ehsr^e, rea«orable nl-o, agrees to perfor*' all
XJil/j "Dmi't. no ie of your scholars want
to^tudy gral^MlIar?,
'•Nary one. But five year- ago
one of cid mail Hemphill's gals tuck
a notion to Mudy grammar, hut ia
about two weeks Khe eiu i* up,"
••.Well it is neee«sary that you as a
teachcr, s!.o'i!l havo .-o'ne knowl
of gramtiinr. and I shall havu to ex
amine ytnt in that, branch."'
i Well, now, that's no a«e—lolks
den't want that kind of larniuV
f'Vcay likv'ly. But can ytu tell ni
how many parts of apeech there arc
1'"
"Well, now let toe see I declare
it has slipped my memory, I don't
jest rvc JWet. But anyhow, grammar
w sup' Y-Jf'-w-itm.*'
Catit y. u give 3 guess?"
Wtil i shmid say about two!"
"That won't do guess again."
WtH, at lurdrtst, I a!toti]d fat
four."
V Are you sure
WVB. ns near -a* I can rt*-co!lect,
it moiiirfit be, and it moughtcnt."
•'"JTow, sir. tell me, what w Eng
lish g^anBnai'.?"
As near as I ca:t re-coUect, it'n a
smallish lio 'k, 'bottt soh'tig, [measur
ing with his hand] and 'bout Jitiifa
ineli thick."
-Did you ever see I\irkl)am or
a
No, str
wasje'.'M-
JTUAIIIM AN, VOL 10, NO. 41. INDKCKXDHNCK,KWA, TUESDAY JANUARY 1, 1867. BUUiKTI X, YOI..
'Jho rural district* develop aomc
odti and rare char act*™. I'rof-.in. I
igiioranet' is nornetiue-a t» be pitied,
u hih' at othor tinn's it attstime* toml.
a -_'intestpte and ludicrous character
thai it Would excite tin iner»-i::.rt:il of
old Cerb ruR bi.» :**elf, repuldican in form, or govern it a* a
MehfM.l^"
U°-UU
Ua,l i" J"U'*C
9
4.
WrSilB 8HO
fj."!, .)}«•»
operation* beretvfure ajTefd tu 1y Ir. Sichol ..''if
4.', ai the -am- ra'e-. Yes tllO lolfes out thar don't Want
aiiytliitltr vise. They're all down on
liiL'h scli^.'ii'.ig."
l»ee. is, iffitt. [19] "Don't you teach grammar
r— O. no the lolks are down on gram-
thev never lived in our
feottlement.'1
"Do yuu Luow-anvii 4ua about Bul
lion nr I'iunco?^
Oli, cs I,VC hcarn tell aheap
of 'Old Bullion,' but I bare never
saw him. I vuli-d fur hita oucl, but
lie took the Abolition chute afti r
warIt, and i was powerful sorry 1
voted &r him. As fur Smith, he lives
aci'uss the uu, 'bout two miles from
wy house. Ilk boys go to school to
me.-'
"Very well. AVhat is Geography."
Don't use any iu my school, but
ifldou't disremember, I seed some
in town, and .lii v're about the sue uf
a chui-k of sin-h ."
'•Which is the largest tiyer in the
world
The Mississippi, of course."
44
What is the shape of (he earth?"
Well, in our region it's right
smart ii:ly, but rtber down it's Hat
And •wampUlLw
Which is the highest fcowkain
in the world
44
l*i!"t Knob.**
44
Very well. Now, sir you say
that in your school you only teach
reading, writing anil arith-
We would inform the public that tre are
selling IWf at I '(ijl-'a c.-iU perjound and „tM.i|:„
ark, lit 1:VI I'J1., C.'lit'(H-r «uud, un ail otb
«r kind* of mtat at proportionate r.it-w. Also ntctio.
Poultry ei.' suntK «n band. .Ml or ieea will Xo, sir I didn't say I learned
be piymptly Btt. nde.l to. If the fh.j ilwr i Vm rethinctic I only learns 'cm
111
To got a fir»t «l«ii? dvisllinir in In tejM-n JsKe*.
law*. Tin- »ut f.'i .tier bein ilr'nal i rco-..v
Intf w,~t. a»w i.furs b,« ri-l!c::o« erne» ,.f
Wai uut aud Molt streets, f*»r Thh 'Ct
16 rnd» stjtiar#, with £o*d Imrn. u gtii».i u«v«r
well, and
II
l*r£« on thf»
I no hv •u*# if one «»f the bc-t in the
Cwt on the ground, UJ fttorio n I
i
c?",ir'
wishing a in*, resi.lsaee w-atd 4»weU t. eX»m. "a01"/till
Kor further pm tieuluj*. enquire
t-f
the -ubj«: it
tho inhabitiints of on the |itae, or II»in.iin Baril#, Lanl Aj-rt, In
eurronmlin^ o -nrtrv. di|un'ienev, low* ofiieo two ile us etst of VfeQ
tour tlause J. p. *,y11V.
1)^0* ii, 1&6W» ^-L(——
POR NARTCLNIRFTTIIF, 5:e.
ii
i'.iUnt«,l i-b, 1- :i*
fi'rutty Snpt'-4*r frt fatii'iy#/. L".
One Pcn.'il will nt.uk ever I.S O actio!®#.
lK.»iral le. euaveinett, and u«aful."--Sp,-fe«.
jM./1 M.0.0
I'm «ale l-y lici-ksei'er«, PlaHeatm. Drtljgisti
4e., Mnnul.i -tin I Kiat si.'.t n' U'liclesale, by
TIIK IMir.l.lRl.t: I'KWftl, 43«»,
Msritiaaiptoa, Mass.
St try Pmtil WannaW. l.e, ii &».'*
[I* 4W)
ICY uu n
SCHOOL HOOKS
op
Waggoner &
Cof
triisrs may bs foaad th# Bask
saiPSeSiecery a t{ra seanlf.
1
a notowoiMiy fact tnrtt the
A etr!:.ifi ''Kuiglit of the Birchen territory, is signed not only by th
Il'jd," wi-hing to obtain a certificate (*1u Justice and one associate of
as a f-'chooJttadier," a-, required by the Ftiprenie Co-tit of tbe St-sU*, L«t
the Qen« ral .:'.i£*s of Mi'i.sotiri, by the governor, J. Madiaon WelN.
oe.l nj,on the Snpariiiteiident of Governor Wells was vlecU-d in 1B65.
Public Schoolf, in a onnty in »onth- Ay the r*M*\ for a v-rmof four years.
Ce-fi in it long sii.ee, wh«'ti
tin- f..t!o'w injf tliali g'i»» ti-ok piaco:
"Good iui^r:iiug, ilr biipiTiiittud
tnt."
Gooi? 'morning,*if: take a chair,"
"All fight, sir lake aehair."
You m.-e, Mr. I'm a ficlioolin'it out
in mv f-ettleiivnt, arid have hcf.n fur
fisiti"1 liftceii year, an'i I want a stif
ticate tti'k- jj a doiti","
and if the government were valid,
would have three years yet to serve.
He was an ardent admirer of Pri .,i
dent Johiss.iiif and a zealous dineiple
of his policy and a* such was nomi
nated and elected by the rebels. Ex
perience, however, convinced the
(J-'Vemur that he bad madf a Mid
mistake in following the lead oi Mr.
Johnson, and Congn-ss has n^t. now a
more determined fiiet/d and supporter
than in him.—Of course the rebel?
ir« jtist as much disgu-ted with Gov.
Wells as he is with the rebels, and
ihey now declare they will never
elect another man to office unless be
has served in the C'onf dratc army.
And Gov. Wells is not the only matt
whom experience has made a convert
to radicalism. Since the rebels gain
ed control of affairs in Louisiana, and
c*pecia'Jy since tic massacre of July
30th, the entire rank and file "f W!IH
was previously known as thft Con
servative Union party "of the State
have been driven to a common plat
form with the radical®," and to see
that, tin ir only safety is in n "railical"
policy. A year ago, ninety per cert
of the Union party in Louisiana were
apndled at the i !'"i of negro s-ifTr
rag now they are more warmly
anil uiore unatiimously in favor of it
than northern Hepublicans. With
them it isi a measure nt' si. it'-[ir*»erva
tion—a «piestio» of life aiei death.
So it is that all things wirk togeth
er for the Right!
THK FinsR S,%w
MILL.—The
once collected and pulled the mill to I J,I(J
4i
In the rei'_'ti of "Queen Mary, aud
readin, spclliu, writin and bgger- i tfcipii'ticy with which the different
't •%.- a i i letters tf the alphabet are Used. It
Exactly, ^ow uft.i' your schol- },.l8 hoeti fiumd, o:i separating the let
ars -hnyv jjono through tlu spvliin
•books and readers, what dc y»u do
then."
I turns 'em back."
So you keep th n at the same
books all the time
sir there's nothiu' like fay-
ceuison fiat -r aad fi.a. on tn* the foundation well, and turns 'eni
th* feeuiid. all II fiuL-hel. Any c'iitleaisn haek- tl.i v fini-lu-s I li,
:p ,•!.,
111
tbi- property t'Of.-rw having. Term# assy. "JllstSO. JOW, Str It Si'i'lllS tp
tue to nie that you are a litth* rnstv
in son.e of the branches, an i before
tin .r c!l.»'llii
I can give-you a certificate you mast
studv a Utt'e, and become better pos
twl.''
"Note I don't as how I can, fur
I've got a power of work on hand,
and the old woman has a rjsin' ott
her linger, and .Tolin has a bt'e nn his
left foot, which gives me more'n i
can tceto. lic.-itk'.N, the people don't
want that kind of tcaehin', and it
would be a mighty pitv to keep the
children oftt of school BOW, fur
they're most uncommon bad off fur
scho din.
"Very well, will take th# tlltit
tef uurlei' :wlt iss^nont, and wou cau
call again in ten days.
Se lhe na live educator dcpaited,
not altogetlur discuiisolate. The ot
iorinality of the answers uf this peda
gogue eclipse Shaksjiearw's celchra*
Sir Iltigh Evans, wlio
u
epar
ters wltich form words in any printed
documents, that for every lOO of the
letter distt ilmted. tLetv are 200 of
k, -U0 of ft. 1.500 of -Loot) of i, n,
a, and -1,250 of a 4,500 of t, aud
fl.OoO of e. Thus it will be *ot*n that
the letter is most used, and t, a, i,
», 0, and t|rc aext Iu frequency of
demand,
A vcrv celebrated Scotch di im
says: The world we inhabit must i
have had an origin that origin must 1
have consisted iu a cause that cause
mu«t have been iult-lii^ont that in
telligence mast have been efficient I
that efficiency must have been ulti
mate power, must have been supreme i
aud that which always was and is I
supreme wo kitow bv the Homo of
tiod!"
A man in 'Canada, who was a sol
dier in our late w: r, and afte. wards in
the Papal army in Italy, writes a
letter stating that he knew John II.
Surratt both in this country and in
Italy, and alleges that he told him
CiU V.UUKii
ULOLi.'.A
eye the .surface of the i{Ub« ja»t as it is, not
old
practice of making boards was ii
split up logs with wedges, and incon
venient as the practice was- it was no
easy matter to persuade the world
thai thu thing could be done iu at:y
better wav. Saw mills
Wity. Saw uuils were first
ued in Knrope iu the fifteenth con- by great «t!apfieity, and at the same time b» jf, ..
tury but so lately :is 1555. an En. an attr.icth*«.t«e »f style and method whiA
AftW
h»s always agitated England.
The first saw mill was tatablished
by a Dutchman, in 1703 but the
public outcry against the new t'mgled
machine wa« so violent, that the pro
prietor was forced to decamp with
more expedition than over did Dutch
man before. The c\il v as tbtis kept are mw complete and after what we bav*
«Ul of Ku^Iand for Several years, or we need not call the attention of teach
rather generations but m*176i, "**. **1
unlucky timber merchant, h»pbt«r
that after BO Ictij a time, the public
would be lens watchful of its inte-
who had an intense desire to see the good
I, Pn-iident who bad set the poor slaves free,
nut
pieccs. year, and as drew ar to where ba stood.
going patient)* through his wear/, iconoto
The *COBO AX!) THE KKEHLE.—It I u.-.u*'uk t.: baud -Uakin- I wtmiered if he
i- not generally known that iu the) w»uM
early progress the needle manufac- less fac
tore we are indebted to the nc^ro. passed
The earliest record of needle making Tvw."!'r"" "h,f.1 "f1
.. .1 -w i uioaI ireelv wrtn nun and uearu must (*t
this country 1- the year l.45. ,.1^
supposed t. at this useful branch ot Aock of pleasant sarpns. by SlNtcb-
industry was introduced by Moor nig ins hand over the .houefer of a een lej
from Spam. The historian Stow tells man ta whom he was cuuvernng. and I
,f
!,M*®
BULLE
[hi', oame of Pruf. Ouyot ha luni been Th? [rro»?roM by the railr -ada of tiiM
M-t ob the
retiuion« of isaa tu tut (ili^iie^l wurid l.«
haltity, wi.icli waa doiheryi },revl.j...!y in the
fur JI of lecture* Wore as of e4#Ci
U-'l minds, may lie said to Uavo i.itrujii«*d a
new era in tliia i»rajn:K of -Taalt-rUtl
i'.i-vf tl'.'is av. lixucd a of etubu
SUU T1 I u the STi: et in Other luinJi, he wis
tfli: leiro (••"•i'l l! V i::d'l"el t'» r.'.'iUh'iO )|U
attaiiea ia tlui umiio field with the »i«w of
pri-pi»rm^r, on an criminal ia», a series of
j(eoj ra[ilncal works w'-ith M'sM dNtined t»
n.-v:j!'aiuiiise tUi mctli-ids of ionirjction in
this dejiarunei.t of k-fcriiir,,r, and to iitipnr:
to the study an iaterest it Lai never tad. la
ro"=«r.i ti tlic (juaiifie'iiicT.s of ths disli.i
ruiihf.il autlwr fur tui-s particular u *ie •,
Prof. Ajiiissiz haa given thu folio*'
winy So ou.ej 1
ijj-_ Liucilo for over a
e,
\t etc at that time made by a .\ruittsft daughter?" he said. Howdoyon do.
negro, who refused to disclose the dear?'* As he took ber hand, the child
secret ot his art. Another authority i raised to his face her large brown eyes, full
states that the art of making steel of ten ier reverence, lhe lok seemed to
needles was lost at the neffro's i touch him: he smiled a smil. that was a
death, but was rif rw:irds revived bv bcned et:on, then lieiit and kissed her.
nf i» i i ™e bhis eft, bat .said s.otuing .l we had
crmnn in 156o. Probably these
osl
THK LKTTKSS or THK ALPIUUKT
*OsT USKD IN COMPOSITOX.—A V«rjT|•it f„rJ„t!en.
correct idea has been formed by ev had not the opportnnitv to teil Mr. Lin-
tvpe-founder's scale, ot the
eld New En-rland town, years on years ago,
there was once a large gath-rin? ofp-apie to
se» no a personage than tbe first great
President of the lteuul he, who was to be
received a:ul entertained by the noble Gov
ernor of the State—the Hrotiier .lotiathan"
ef the Uev .lutioa. At last be eatne—tbe
loved n.ier. th- hero without a stai'.i, the pat
riot without a (law, the matchless gentleman,
slowly riding beside tbe Sod Governor, be
tween ranks of soldiers ami crowds of eiti
tens, bowing arratiouslv, th ugh somewbat
Ci Idle, to t!te riffht an.I ft of him.
Oh. fithi'r,'' tried a little eark-eyed boy
to a gentleman who held hi:a by tbe hand,
I can't see him Please lift me op so that
I can Souk over the people's heads." The
kind srentletnan lifted him hi »h in his arms,
and the child looked fall the face of W ash
ington. As he did so b!s owa ea.-er rouute-
that the as«as-inatnm of Lincoln \s Chenango Canal is rapid!v pii.gitfsii jj, with
That m:m wjioni the world
I owt-S ha* jnt been turned
ll' Mi III .imijuamu
d.Tftandathertlaiions''• tu- le-t:u"-- ri^ronsiy uniit it touches the l.at kt of the about any not». it can le truced end fj
of our earth ao well, or ku*r.* how t-j preset.! Mi«iourL* Ti.s Des Moines Va'dey Itoad in a few minnt' S, n perfect are th^.»a».
tliem to sludeiiU ai'.U suet taplitay as' witi^nioit commeiri »b.- anerjr-, has U-e-. rvii»err.e"t. Wl.ea yon reai'.tnber '.hat a
l'ruf. OuyuU" eoir.pleiid to Des Moines. It is making pre btrk ofEnjlmd note is ab »ut twi e as
lue m.vst imp.-iBant part of 'be usulerta- rmrati jh to gooa. a id wil!twxtyear,doubt- wi-'e ma froenback," and--that betwaea
kiii/, and one which foraic a visible key Us-, b? fiui«h- 4 to soaie point ia (ireen or £4t*,000 and £50,00J ofti n comes in iiurinj|
the whole system, conikts of» scries of aiaps Camdl enunt:e». reennj tli Nortliwesr I 'f e day, yj how ftsl* the acr:
mti!ullap
on a veryexteuded scale coiirt'ive.J ,ii:d.-x em Kai. Tb«s work oa the* Cour.eii BIufT5 w?i: b».
uted Oil the principle of exhiUtin^ to the i ft St. JtwfM Itwi has pro/res«rd, and the We W«M in «M raota that had lk(lD
titiz'-rno! tiie twj p'.at-ei'arelooking f.-rwarl ceipts fur two years, and tfwra »c«! about,
to a'i early cooneetion by rail. $1.010.000.10#. a ejm that bewlMurs ur to
1
ruerelv in its Uiviaioca of land and water,
witii the political diviil jiia as presented in
other maps, but with its itie-jiaiiitks tf sur
lace. its inonntains at.d valleys and plain.*.
nii'l tht-tr udaptatiou to the oeciipatiou and
uses of I hii col^ra of the maps ii.di-j
cate the compar.tive t-ievatiias of the econ- I
r-,a.U r.rrvi-'uiT
trie?, ard ot fill! if.- li I |. ri.^'i'j^ -. S( Pari!, f. -1 1'!-,ra I Vn
i'he study of 4ieO?raphv is thti3 iii'.t-d a!,ove
the conunoa routiaeof tuerenieuiurUerleant
in/, at ill).comes a p'.iilosophi_al e.te:(if.
huvin^ a ew interest imparted to it. itiiau
lati:ijr thought and ieadiuit to iuv /ti/aty.-n.
and coaneeiing it-eli' with other branches ot
learning and with pra- tical life. Tuere are
tan e separate series of map^, varying in size.
th-- prii.eipii! M-ri. s wnniitin. of large waii
iunp i luboiao If exeeuterl, aa.i deoi^ued
tor those more advance in the stciy or for
reference, but each series coot prises separate
maps of the eoiitineiits. and the natural 'ii
viUds of the earth and sea. Tliey are de
si^'Ui-d to meet the wants alike of the higher
ins'ttiitions of le-amin^, and of pritnary
sclnmU
F-T
afe
to
primary character, and designed as an in- tire Une has' been surveyed and local tab
u u e i o n o e s n y o e i e a a n s i i i i s s e u e s n i e e o y e a n i e
political state of ihe world, which is mark"! the road from the State line to !*tooraey, in
kisk coantr, a distance of *evntv five
the
imi-..s.
"lisli ambassador, having seen a saw cannot fail to engage the attention ot th0 work is now in progress. Running towth
mill in France, thou-ht"ita noveltv i
»,,,U .'tC
j""f
,, 1 1 Jsi'iionl G'-ocrr m'tv. o! whieti there am two rhe St. L. C. R. Road, u tbe Olar Ran
Io: 'U.ar dcsanp-
or,e u..«i«nede«pe-a«
ttoll. It ts aiaustu to fc. liovy the j„ which the Anth r's method of instruction hawk ef.untv. I has twenty-tjve miles of taken to anuther machim., tutd there __
crsion to labor saving machinery is fully explained. track graded, and has received during the THROT.^rh tue EIIGJ, SJ '.Lai thc-v EANUI-T
A lar»e expenditure was reqnired for the p-,. r»ir $"irl."f0 in subseriptiont, ate! l-r- tftto eirceiation a/airt. Aliojf thirtfi**'*
they
•mt
eura attention from nil classes.
JUathisg bat a Slau."
rests, mad." a rash attempt t« con- in the spring ot lso4 I attended the laat, ^i, ,ht. mt work of mil
wars in th#
Struct another mill. Tli' guar.'ians of recepui.nol tht season Ht tbe W lute
Ci'y, etc., a jiart of the Grand Trat
exteniiiig a'.^ti^ the west bark of the Miss
iss-ppi frora its mouth to the frozen re
gion*.
twe child
A—, the pleased look of a true child
i lover catne into his sad ert», Is this your
„ep
aiuiuiug the printer's case and the i e^ln of a seetie :a the past*, which little kw^'
rtdatlVe incident htvwjrht to my romd. In a noble,
TI. v are other mads, in progress or pro-
jected, that we should mention, an thorn
gress. Jo,r peotV. bv their ,,a! ia ti-
the rei-n of "llenrv VIII -ml it U I **?i' ^ruung, ewaai talk. matters. exLibit to the world that thev u»- rU.,r ?I4U
•m.n^LS at Vl ill 1 i bsloiv 1 could be presented, be gave „n^
of the m04, i!nw)rtH,lt
t:,M
Tllis
Us that net-dies were sold in Cheap- me bv name, smi o and won^erfa! dcvelipment. Let »h-se eti
side, and other bu«v streets in London I |°",e o.d triend. nineu he peTceiVL-J
B1,ite wj»h
or tvr wbell
(iriiei* iircfrttr- *i. you like to hiivo Luu take a'l lhe soft for lcs
1—— half? He will hava his half nut of the mid
It is proposed, in order to provide for the die, and 1 have i s'eep on both sides of him.''
rapid insrease of Western produce, ti iulargt)
ouo tier of the locks oa the Krie Caaal, so as
pa^s boats ui s hundred tbns burden,
,. moved"by s'teau)". fhs "eVtetision "of the' a'1 the good he can, will probably do
1
planned in lliehmond, with th* aMntt a prospvet of giving free access frota the i ever know, till the lay 01 judgment, fun"S
of Jell Davis. 1 interior of New 1 uru Pennsylvania coal! when the seorets of all hearU shall be
A U«rg»ur iWKv in^hteno4 out at' his
2.
m+t t,cesr o, V/.ir.e,biek d/uaty. Ifcs ^.»rt.. of '.. L:.!i :!.-s V o-.' escla
4 .-IO ,* City aii bit IJH*I» lia- 4e4. W« fir wen' i THT .F:ir!:•-*» rsrtfr*.
is'iei) v *n in llirltn eonnty. Tin- Tlwre we' m» a pile of liafi Sliesdi
XonUwuiei-ri Ho:fl, fr 10 CSit-a-/o ti ii- fold, eoutoiioo^ ah^ut |i, 9.'®,
e B!tilT ria Clinton, 0 tar Kap.dii, and 000 ai-d nmne 12 or 15 trui.ka, on P»«4 ti
Montana. comity hu bejn ejimded »hie!i IT l,nr« if enett of wlieh eon
forwriri with -ntaftntble vi/or, and iu en- taincd almat $:1.000 worth of metal. By a
(riii r. ,w n'mo within ind »f *t.e M't- ro .?*. V: !ati.n of tsir.^, I vkaooif
tf-ori Riv
as i. 1
'i he ar*
H: fts
"iS"
Thf newer eompanies have not been be-! "na^ino. A package cntilai'i £I.')99U
hind the ol ier is: cufrgy at,d seal. Weean- Wim placed in aiy haiuU, thv. f*
oo» nad-rtak" no* to »f#mk of nil the ecu- n'^lt half a ir.iautu I w*s a miiiior.aira, bat,
roiect.-. n vxriteaee ia diff-rent jiarta of the lilt* aH otti«»r mif'fonaires I had to |rfve
project
Htatp.
There are sever*'. Xorth and South wy tr,.sasarea, only I had aot ^uisa as wack
as mo').
is one of the i net having to tak.« cur-' of
connect St. L-'mis with !r-
mure promiaent of the«»e. It propo«*s to, perhaps it did tee qni'e na mu'L
eonneet with the North Missouri at the State 1 theirs often .es. 1 aaw ono ncM that WM.
line in Appaavjse c-Mi:.tr, and passia? tbro' issued ii: lfl9'-', and bad kten tut »f lha
the .uMie- of Appanoose, Moi.r *-, Mabas- hank for nearly one hundred ar. 1 fifty y-»r»,
ka. Poweshiek. Tama. Blaekhawk, Butier. and'others nearly as oil as tha? one,' i»
Floyd and Mitchell, to the North line of the! ^Ve then f.oat to t! e prii.tisKattdLLa.i-,
State, th»re to cor::.e?t with a Minac-tota ing roms, for they d" all th ir «,vn tsork
Koad fur St. Paul. The Iowa Central ha.-| of that kind, and saw all tb« varloes p."HM«l
grade! ten mites of traei in B'.atkhawk e .-.111-: s?s. 1
he printing tn u.'Lisei mimb-r eitcil
ty, tat 've ia Tama c-etnty. and eight in Afas it i str. :k ot}. by a e r'.vtis itre.iti^**
pac»je'county. The ctjiitract is now let, I went tn lh« p*ess, ard every n i'c 5s r"gt«lt|4'
we be"ii'.'».', .r erading- the whole distant* ei by ti e mmiiine it.-lf aa it i.»prii '.ir!.
from the Southern term'i.tis t.. Owiar Fails i that aone can be stolea by tha worltmono
in Blaekbawk, with the exception of that The paj-cr is also manafuct .red here, anl
part in Poweshiek enrte, ha"-in» local stih it is in fbe water msrks t.f the pa^er that
scrititi e*
NO.
ii pri/ai!y V. r.nt- C"''' on tli« tru-':s t» w n-lh it'll-,
u
th-- work! The St. the dittcirttv of co-intrrfntiny
There i« a separate "tries of Claa- Louis & Cedar Rapil» Road also pntpo#*-' notes are signed also by ma binery, and UM
sicsl Msp". showinr the ili'.ssions of the an- to connect with the North Missouri at th w!i -'e pro.-.--,s Is very curi.n.s.
ci' iit v.orht in the days t:' Greece and It itne. S
iinr, at Inn n- rth thr..':rh t:ie coon- The tes'.in? r»m f/.r coin was *7so rtrf
Accemnnnytnr the n.i.ps li a series of ties of Iaeis, War«ello. Keokuk, and Iowa, interesting, the gold suvt reigns, as thaf'
Sehool Geosraphics, or 'IVxt B*»k«. the first
Ceda Raptds in Li-ia eo-ifity. The en- cotne_in, are put iu a larf s boppWr *W«l
dtstrib-i
are iben
The ci.atr.u-t has beo:i let an
Cellar EaPiIs. an 5 |.ra^tieany a part of
Ity ft*teachers. Ms ft St. P.inl Road rt« Water! 0 in
wecharieal pr, Auction of these several aad cate«j tt.irt.-five nii'esol'rjad. The Keuknk. tbeusand per day may be teste I »n th.S way.
exttndc.1 irks, so as to make them availa
ble to tcaeliers anf scho!»r«. bi Prof. Gny
ot has font. I pa'di-hers in Mr-^r--. Scriboer
4 Co.. who sv, rter»»l fnliv into his plans
and who have prodneed them .-i u scale
coiamensorate with hi-" conceptions. Tbey
Mt. P'»as:!"'. k Mnsca'ine Road has retiec.l
eensiderablf 'I'trin? the year. It is now pn
t' ,»•! to but' I ad to Iowa City through
Het r» and VVnrhiijtfo'i eonnt'es. Meetinj*
ar» heiajr h»?4 sod subscriptions rar-eil tor
this purpose. A 0:1 panr. «,f wfcv-h Seaator
Or: nes is President, was recently ir?aniied
to bi-ild a road from Burlington to Farm
ton na Ft. M*disa:!. The work of rai ia_r
attltacnptions is in progress, and the road
bids fair to lie completed at an early day. It
is aS-o proposed to exrcnii a road nonhward
thwi^h L-i'iisa and Johnson counties to
(!.tr
the public welfare, however, were on Woase. taking with roelittle daughter, 1 j,-t_ XJadison ria Burlington, Wapello. Iowa
the alert, and a oii-cicntious mob at
Val'er. and thus make the link from
ig most C'JOttBer.'tabk' pro- i". *t
p^.,^
individnal and general prosperitr.
network of railwarj will =.id raaterialiv I
i v:Ilg l)ar
!. IOTP,i J,,ramonwealth a n»fid
terpri~es
be pnshed forward—let onrcitizeiit
capitalists trom abroad ia eom-
pleting these indispensable lines of commu
nication. and Iowa will soon take ra k jritb
the oldest and wealthiest States of
the Uftoo.
—Bar. Haivktye.
stories are told of the Irishman
^he exclaim-
lacts may account lor the ercst ot the why. he is only a mati after all!"
necdlt'-tnnkers' coat of arms being Something in the tone struck the Presi
the head of a negro.—Illtt jry qf dent, and he asWd what sin- had said. When
Xii die yfakhnj. 1 repeated the naive remark, his worn face
was a .rain lit by that sadden smile of quaint,
kindlvhuw-rs", peculiar to hia.-tl.at liaab -and how will it
soai sunshine that, ot.ee «eu eould aever
Well, Edward,*' said the Presi lent,
for the President of the
U||hc,, S(ltes t0 haj a c„.
r,a£7
..
M, pn,
,,
Mr. Fil.more took tbe joke but not tbe Jro-me, he called it.
carriage. Thts aueedcte was .bl ae bv 1 ,. i,: 1 1
Mr. Lincoln, and was called up by the fof-
lowing One dark and rainv evening we I
Ac artificial ivory is now made in Prance
from a aste of paper tnaehe and gelatine,
and to which the name uf Parisian marble is
given. Amoii other things, the finest and
nance fell, and he exclaimed, Wbv, fatter, most complicated mounding* for ceilings can
he is nothing but a man after ail." I be made, or capitals of columns ran be con.
Washinirion lieard, paused a moment.and strueted in ativ color. It is said to be hard,
with aa amused smile, replied to tbe ciuid: durable and elastic.
es, my little lad uoihins out a man."
It i»ecmeil to me au odd coir.cadence that
at -is'ht of our second Washington, ray latie half of th* bed, "And why not,"' jaid hi
datigh'er had rep-a'.eil the simple thought neulh-r, "he is entitled to half is Ue not?"
and almost tbe words ol' her grandfather.— '"Yes. ma,'' said ti e bov,
!-!mt
r,
Z.O,
A Vint to it.
Tkt Uwfc of Kn*!«r,l 'it an latuw af,
fair, eove*ing an mea of ••i^Jit a •«. *1.4
ft'Upfoyeijf upw.trLt of a tk.j'tetad •'•ik',
i t'?., in its *!ist 'i»i* rati0tn. Br the
ntmuf *e »ei\ adaiilted .u l^,
ihe emuiag D(J1.Ut0, In unotlier roA.n we saw ba« ««1
rile. T.e k Mmy.iri,!. ,i-l baa of 4&jst tu a wery iar^c aaiaunt.
•Mt mail* mjeh headway in thi- way of build We then wen? to the rm eiM net? rtorf.
irig. but it hfi»p»M into new Kar.iis, and it Yvj mujt retnetnl*r that eterr «T
wili flonbtlc^e be pot through tu I"S Kng'nr.A not it i, firintel i'i dupU.iite. awd
Moines. TLa Burlington it Miaa-^in Bii^r c-ip pvd out t» c« by the ba it. 1m|
liofvi has Ven c.wp'ctcl from 0::ium to ecery one that Cinie* is then tueord*! la
Albia, nearly dniihed tr^.-n Ai!ia to ti.nn- books t'jr the purpose, tied up iaadti%
litg ton, attd put under contnet tr yn 'Jiiiiriton to and *tor I I'.vay far ser ra! n.-iirt, uad tboi
ivinjf an- A. '|his r«al :s t.» be pushed forward fieri.ed. lleoco if any !ega! ijae.t'-.-i a i-.es
the otS)in»
!or.«r. bet
IK*.
pay "eomSMt*
ted rasauns d'ae tj auid ers who La*'ij
L.-ld a"prisoners of w ir by the late -bel
power, toss one exept the claLuant biaie
self or an authorized Siate Ageul.
.A large r.anib»r ef cLaittts itr-
CMC4
th,#
nted!?«? i!ell,-v-
.",,d
tafe the paysneat of these hard-earned RWMI
i-vs, I hiVj authorised Ceorge Co .vie, af
asatn^'on. I). C.. to rvceite from th4*«ai4
C"mn»M.ssar.- General all claims f.r CJBJ,
muted rations''""doe to los-a Sol.ber-. ami
to uistrioate the same to the prcpe* ow.au*,
I therefore request that ai! Iowa Soi-iier»
to whom "commuted rations" are due vjjt
immediately send to {he said Hjr^c Cowjc,
at Wa-nin^'to-.i, I.). C., a tuf.ru
showing their present Po,: Ultiec ad.lres*.
... .. and thie Regiment attd Company in wbiek
ik..
tiire i as p. 'soners ot war.
44
Edward,'
for lour years doorkeeper at the White
House.
F. .vard went with Fil'naore to look at a
carriage which the necessities of some
Southern magnate had thrown nno a the
market.
Those wh^i w- re not mastered for eon
muted ra'i.ms" will e furt^shed with
er blanks—all u» be fret, of eos
Papers in the State wilt p'ee.se publisl.
W.M.STONE,
CuWBSpVt
A. IIOOSIEE AT TH£ AsTOK.—B. |MF
fm "the train an early II00s ier #80
e're only a bad been to the show-case at Nttt
York, and who bad seen the lu ios
v ,OB8
as,kea
b.
trot as fir ns the wr. on oar way to Geuer- ell, no.' he answered
al McClellan's headquarters,
umbrella, and Ldwani was sent back after was a lair way of tarving to de*Ul
and I'm opposed to that waj of JQ-
one the President telling him whereabouts
he might tiud it. In a few minutes he came
back, announcing a fruitless search, and
adding:
Sure, yer Excellency, aud thj owner
must have come for it."
The President laaglied heartily, a
ad Ed
ward found us another umbrella.
without an fully, only 011c day, lor I saw there
back after was a fair way of tarvino to dentil.
how should
a year from next spring. revcil era iu t..e oitb.
wg down. I put up at one of tti^r
taverns and allowed that I was go|n#
to be treated to the whole."
Where did you stop?" said ti.
terrupting hitn.
At the Astor House.
you don ketch me in such a place,
again. They rung a gong four time*
alter breakfast, and then, w on
went to eat, th^re wasn't nary vtulvft
on the table."
hat »as there I], veuturetj
to enquire.
Well,'' said the old man, etmmer*
a ting the items cautimtslv, as if frOM|
A BOY evimpl.uM.d of his bntberfiw taking J'var of c::ii-!.iiu—•• tliero" wa- a pi cat)
plate wp'ttg siiie up, a kntlc, a clean
towel, a split spoon and a hand-bill
and what was worse," added the ol1
man, "the instikin' nigvter, up and
asfced what I wanted. 'Vittles, s«ii
I, 'bring mo your \itlies aud i'Ll
fxclp uiyself"
Whoever sincerely endeavors to Jo -of
much more than he ima'jftttes, or will 1 From the omen! repeats il appsaja mm
ltl-,war
ta
AUttle gWin «oh.«l being vM
w it.-et nt was, tv- Because,pruv a wor»- to t!-.^,
It '.tr flowing brew ia for th itomacli and wliere
shu didn't know whit. hav sumtaeti- only one Bas ^.ns.'
f5 00t» Federal priswiew^wtt
.1° 'v' *1
& LullAJerjWe
SUN
1
af
THW
tlii'S ilfo tabes. The-, tu%#a
it oa a wsijhiair uacMnat
i'i deli^ateiy .vljuited that it rs^Uter* thA
lOOth par. of a grain. *P!i« *..•.•«•»,{,i» stidn
^ow7y fr.ra the tub-s into a littlo e!ianael,'
where taey i.re w,-iglie i aa tliey pa«. I: tmik
w^ijji the k«i«iae d.-jps ln-in ott ,ia^ ^de,
if it tossiv! then "*r 1:1 the mh'-r 'tltli
an almost nt(ri.ftuoa4 tiing. asul |H»* an
In the coin ro.jtti we were aboaa barfs on
bars of various coin,-, at. 1 one containing a
thoucand tv:. pit into mv haiKK,
jivitij me coaitnan of saore y: i tbaa
am like'y to aaain. These J. ails
will be eaough-w •.aui trau t« aee kat
nut coaceeu is this bauk of EitgU&d,
KCT1CE TO BULIDI Cltii.
Excixrivs Orrics.
Dts ixfej. lows, U c. U, l!it-|
CIRCULAR.
The Commissary General of Pri
wider Ste Joint Resolution of Confre
July I'i, l?5o. has decided to pay "eon
'risonMt
i
ct
roe
Ib
Mr
Wri
r*
1
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