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Jefferson Era (Newspaper) - March 18, 1868, Jefferson, Iowa 40. NEW MARCH 18, 1868. Y - - M. H. door of Poet of per Vear h at the of the palei B. Jr 8inx aneno Shop tho Union it 8UR0K0.V, and 1-8 A. WATCH anil 8atlaSictk>n ] Inali Shop of k Pi 8hnt, consult cull unii the and 1 VAX M. TO v. 1. A In will to ali proli calla day and lu thu one cloor Era J. Union fi. 8Uim>:0N, Will lu all calla in or attention lo private on of tho Public J. Iha that liR to all In tho at tho of 8<iaM-. recent i of Claim - Io all and valid military lu Court and for Root i of liv Kait of the Publio Now or am to AND TRI aaM ix or a Vn heard It M ho felt that hb end drev he calimi Illa belore hia theu and calleO for hia ho called hU That and brave hlm lotti at their And thua ho bla gave my pride and thou niy on the AniI ali my my 3ly plow l herc Iwa peaceful lifo alult thou enjoy In the Tale mnk tha to ali waa giren aona trae hia laat ou thrU teli came of tho of teli ua what came of tho Tale so And the aak not of me what tho end may bel Aak of country round cattle la the la The beight la but the Tale in the golden Of teenia and It far and And the honor the nil the of In which nicD aa a means of none than that of n farmer and Tendency ot a with one of the At tho recent National Homes ioj the impression very generally prevails that Iowa hiu no lands subject to pre emption yearly we see thousands through our State to the region of Government laud whereon they pitch their touts of In doing they are not they arc directly by lauds which offer them the same in located further have no desire to stay the tide of and avert it from the domains of our and no do fill up out noble and charged with any for lind every to do Northwestern are nearly 2,000,000 of land open to or to at the Government price of per can with money land or tho settler mora upon and by tlie and gift of tho Homestead secure one hundred It U no tiling to hear In conversion with persons of other ond I am bat a and do not give much attention to this or that or moral Why talk thus r Is there any necessity for it t Of all men in the or might the most He imagines that he has has no time to devote to the cultivation of his to a knowledge of passing but this is a very serious We will hazard the take the whole year he has more time to from his daily than the professional or business man and we are to leave the answer to the latter It may and doubtless Is that the farmer puts in many hard work during each year but when his day's work Is he has no further While he jests or the God of Providence is going on with His unending causing the rain to the gmin to and the earth to bring forth its so whether awake or his work is so with the professional or from any ho ceases his all If the man of up his store or for miy all except his great Ue rolls and tosses upon a sleepless thinking how ho can meet a how raise means to add to his depleted How is it with the man t His is always on the has he is perplexed to know how best to so as to gain hig point and secure to himself and a and if he has no his mind Is continually perplexed to know where bis and butter is to come When bis mind so absorBed or perplexed with one or the other phrase of tho that he is in nu condition to store his mind with useful and when the time fpr sleep U C. AND Erect near Prompt paid to Shop in Unico i U 15(17lOyl Thia lintel la and In ia d lo Uith man and Chargea leavo thia hotel lor Ft. Sioux aud ull South and V W. B. AT Co. Ili in Ali and Und Special to and ai lling and of Court Weat eide Public 17yl _ C. AT New practico In thti of and buy and aell real collect ont ond lundah nln of to Ali und RY AT and Real Katalo onice in the Court practico In Ilio and of made landa liud to Real and defective onea ali other to and given to n. u. Tille correctly and at all collected and orice Ih the Court Weat aide of Public 22, 1IEA, AND weat of corner Public Sight York and ond on demand or on U. 8. Honda and und U. S. of all hand and for and Fractional Currency at Refer 1 Ninth National N. and nk of 111. 1-i", National AT NOTA Publio and Will In Cal. Sac and lila In and Supremo Ti lo Contracta and legal ami ' prompt Rhen of und all ro onr in and to through Onice with and Lond corner Public Jobs and Little Jobs nnd Short and Fancy nnd Cheap and Simple ml Intricato and In a JrX bud und promptly nt Ihlg the ground to him and his lands aro located In tho counties of Palo Lyon and Them Situated in the extreme portion of the and Lyon lying on the Missouri Although thus northerly the lands are as bountiful ly blessed as any portion of The soil is deep and The region is well supplied with The most of wheat that have been recorded in the agricultural history of the arc marked to the credit this Northwestern re The lands are well the ground high tho climate as as The region is already with numerous small towns are springing up all over it and the in every manner and Is rapidly develop Ing itself luto a from these there are also one million acres in the sauie are lying on either side of great rout and which are subject to entry at the advanced price of per or can be taken in eighty acre tracts under the privileges of tho or These lands have every advantage that the settler can in cof underlies large portions of is well with unfailing streams of Western by the and will shortly have two railroads tramp lug through honest faith we know of no region which prosents such an army of for sut tiers as the unimproved lands of Northwest otn In favored corner of our bio State are Three Million acres of land which only await the coming of the husbandman tho of the patient of the yoked to transform them into laughing wo desire to ad to the five hun dred farmers 1 The three million acres divid ed up Into will furnish farms for that great number of tho papers of tha State this fact forth to tho Let tho news bo Let tho homo hunting immigrant as ho lands New be informed a froo awaits him in Let tho ten of tho Middle and Eastern States also 1)0 of tho Bend forth tho Invi open our all who coma and by this if wo can settle up fair portion of our Iowa wo shall thereby add at least one hundred thousand population to that portion of the Stato aro that these choice ore fast being taken up at tho Land Office at The fact has become pretty known in our own and within tho last few weeks many have made the and received beyond disputo the title to a homo which their yet mako nud la always when he is no other business In which people make so I your information concerning the lirely interest felt by Western in regard to the future of manufactures and In the Western It Is for manufacturers to find their way to the market places of the at or near tha commercial of to the waterfalls far away from the Gootis for the most made cheap near fuel and to obviate of thus enabling the Eastern manufacturer to realize larger profits on the labor of every operative they But Western men now urge that with tho coal and water facilities offered by nature at the with tho removal of the tax on ind cheap freight facilities and cheap goods can be manufactured as cheaply in the and that the time is not far distant when tho largo of the West will Iw in competition with those of the that the true places for places which will be hereafter the true fur manufacturing are tho chief centres of trade that it is not the possession of abundant water or near at which will determine the but that the question will be by the held out by great centres of for disposing of pro when The hut report of the Secretary of tho Interior develops the tendency of manufacturing From a large number ot Enit and selected to give a view of the productive power of that In the places shown that the amount of earnings averaged by tho is less at points near waterfalls and coal than at other points where steam power is and are not at The average earnings of each operative In and are considerably less when compared with the earnings for those places where there is no water and an absence of easy access to It is that 111 so with tho In tho spring he prepares hU ground and sows his and a beneficent Providence sends tho genial tha warm rays of tho and the causing the and thus insure a bountiful of provisions for man Under such thg farmer can down and enjoy and balmy If there be an wot he can attend to Indoor If none of this Is bo can devote his timo to tho cultivation of his In this way ho and wo re to know that many acquire a fund of useful many Important In tho winter season lie lias much time to devote to and other liter ary but not so with the or Ho no wet days winter when his is entirely relaxed ftom tho cares and perplexities of has nothing like the and to cultivate his as the We are willing he shall talk with every or business he and If nine out of ten of them not agree with that the wore time for than wo will that wo are of the Railroad It It will tend to make the West seat If as it will be of Hie question political Cor York to of who hod large and long experience in the medical treatment of mothers and gave a address lately on matten of He spoke most plainly to who send their children to the grave by arms and while parts body are warmly he commit child murder and then wonder how God could bo sat as to take away their They nut only their children irat In hb opinion commit by exposing their own necks to the cold It was a he coold not that women shoald cut off the of their dresses with bare In refined while that part of the dress which should protect tho heart and and other vital Is trailing In the to speak of health at the present he would remark that the exhibition of a bust seldom approaches to the classical standard of harmonious proportions of parts and fulness of and Is rarely suggestive of beauty and The In observer feels himself quite at a loss to know tho precise line of division between the part which claims for exposure and the rest which modesty would Tho boundary Is tco ' More ought to 1 left to tho imagination nnd less to bo by good But if mothers and daughters Insist on being tho victims of ought to be exempt from Its Insane and cruel 11 New proposition Is Congress to call in tho notes under twenty-five and the small coins in and substitute for the whole of a uniform coinage ot nnd ten-cent token of tho lame material and relativo as tho It Is proposed that this Coinage shall bo upon the basis of one gram in weight for each cent of represented or nominal value the and to he and ten grains in If the French pram Is not an standard of that the Troy gmin shall bo making tho coin fifty tho ten-cent colli one on Crows live on what they kan and they will steal that ain't tini are fond or meat and are the first tew hold an over horte R They are a bird tew bat a one to kill they hon see you 2 milss and will meli BOB right through the a are not they have to Imt wUt do alas to baa made them now can stand the heat like and the cold like a stua their among a and lay and both eggs would If they were laM In a snow There aint no thing aa stopping a yonng are very I they live I never kna one to die a natural and don't believe they kno They are always thin hs and are like an Injun poor inside and If are not considered fine I have read somewhere or but still I never heard or the same man hankering for sopio crow more This essa crow Is copied from and If It is true I ain't tow blame fur it made the I but if I had I would have made hor more honester ami Just tuff enough to make soop or A 0110 who buys stock ou thinking that they will so that ho can sell .it a Interest to have and ho will to every means to about tho desired Isono stock on that will so that con buy in for less lo fill his ' It Is his to break down tho and ho wiil resort to tho most means to accomplish his when tho ' the stock to deliver in is in 10 language ot of in all have held a in the of and tho of histo ry can boar witness that the of ruits and was a common practico among tho primitive of tlie Whether wo turn to the imperial pageants of tho or to the barbarous feasts of tho American wo flml that and fruit have always boon a nnd whenever tlie pure or the beautiful was in allegory or nothing better could bu Imagined than was contained In the floral With so reverence for the flowers it is hardly to bo wondered that their cultivation should have so much and few homes could bo found without some pretensions to In tho festivals of the at tho marriage or flowers have usually a conspicuous nnd while tho hearts of men arc to Impressions of tho it is not likely they will ever ho the New UriES or of tho late uses of. is its In tho manufacturo of etc. strange as It may it nevertheless is true that the aboye by the American Papier Mache Manufacturing of L. from o eh prepared in to any others ever The paper which these is d to the action water or adds the can be placed in ail oven tiil water will boil in In the sun at tho to tiie severest the ou Where wood rot and iron these articles aro and with proper would lie iis good as In hero is an that water will taste of the and will never and will not fall in They are lighter than the wooden being a non conductor of will water These are coated with vegetable even If it docs wear does not their and does not ex cept In various presented to tho Odd Grand Lodge nf tho United show that tho order in 1807, embraced with 214,601 and that during tho year there were 85,021 and 21(54 members The receipts for the year wero and of this wero paid for charitable having been 2020 and 3141 widowed families relieved by the and 21)30 and 130 widowed relieved tho which number 097, and 84,841 all ot ato also members of tho is wino like a book T WUcu of Mr. most the holder of a higl appointment received from him Secretary of assures mo that the country need entertain no feats for tho Chief In tho present Ho is recently from arid knows from Ills long Intimacy with him that ho will bo just and spare When It became apparent that would ho made all of his plans so as to bo able to to tho Senate call for Ills It is true he has retained friendly personal with tho while have long sinco the Ho hiM middle very much liko that hold by tho late who both the executive nud legislativo branches of the likewise to me that tho Chief Justice was not so desirous of President as is generally not long that ho should his name to go before country ilo would have nomination this time had tho country preferred to but in Hio futuro lie not bayo bU paino all with tho lit of in his pulpit and on for tho first time n long ho Good of our we are thinking of adopting children tho of This and should acted will solve the questions now agitating our ru lers as to the best policy to be for the of children of Iowa's gal It the State of Item of is more Important secure tho children better caro in than is possible in a public institution however well would seem to 1)0 necessary to appoint a Stato Agent or guardian fur each or duty It should bo to annual or semi-annual reports from tho parties in whose cate the may bo placed anil to lice that they are cared and in every titled for tbi of lifo equally as well as the averages ot fiil le an abstract of the annual report of tho Sunday School Union of tho United States for tho yoar 1807 Increase of teach nnd of greater tlian in in any previous The lu con Is an that the spiritual growth of our Sunday Schools has not kept witli their of the Union was Increase of 1'ho expenditures wero Our Is still In debt to tho amount of owing to tho dented of schools applied for aid In 1860; consequently we meet tho wants of tho work as they should bo met In those and In of 1,41 88,18 ' ' Is when a potson or stocks they haro and to in to ' ' ' a or party has a supply of buy a It in a few cUher or Just havo Is special tho seller and tho of a quotation few of tho by which the aro of tho Lincoln bcen It is tho The figuro Ih in a ho nino fect high nnd tho of In bis loft haml Mr. Lincoln holds tho and In bis tho whIch ho has just It. Tho of the bo wIth the arius of tho United States on olio nnd those of the city of on the In tho corners with ahio In On tho corners ot tho pedestal aro four of idi lu The bronzo work .ls to lio at tho Boyal Tho cost of tho bo about of tho hai some to ills house by ty ns wo CouiNa signs point to an unusual to Iowa during tho next Destitution prevails to an extent in the Eastern and manufacturing districts nnd their overworked and underpaid population havii their eyes to tho land of the setting sun. Tbo of gave general publicity to the fact that tlw Stato of Iowa Is out of nud marvel of Is having its legitimate In tuining attention to our favored our as it wo that our their from In this The is truo of all tho towns in 74 years of his is as 08 ot 40. Ho that four or five weeks ho ono pagos ff lot osn make a and if ho any ' 41m Is pluck nud tilo known to have boon burned to death by the flro In Barnum's wero four baby iwo large four a of fino at ono two two one or polar oito a imlr of Canada a four four two throo sea tho seal from tho foriner four boa 20 ono or horned one spotted or axis a and tho of and of ali wero shown by AV. who has Just from lii tho largo of tho Great Shoshons present a most sublimo and eclipse tho Falls in the grandour and sublimity of Its Thoy aro on Snako 200 miles ot Sait Utko Tho of Iho Fall ih 2IQ of tho of 400 feet width of 1000 Thuse tho great tho western Indios graduated nt tho Kow Medicai in. on
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