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   Dixon Telegraph And Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1872, Dixon, Illinois                                 f  M . '  .i ^ì mi*  U émà tá  th« gftie ; M giUflgimtt aiW ^w qtiar.  opm  dood MnrtMi Mid  téí^^mmém .it^miO^ mMf k^^^t^  wMtm tepfi^'rà^jf^' ÉBT.  tilt peopto pribii ?idall;r.  —'Uli Boék Mis e*)li th»  Oiion Am a •beet*'  IlMttMitiwyitrsfiily, Üfó» Uiftt o«r dim Btfgfcibor tili»' «11)1 **ealto  iiiM" Toti do|i*ido ìtr  Bxáf _." ;;■ v i  --Oiles of tile ^ftfe^ tlk« ^t8 of the Grand Jury on the Preai de^iil qicitioii. SappoM ym oaitiis tlie ooiiBly Jiilr U w«ttkl pi^lNtM!r be moreiiMMïtGiyto C^reeléy. The»'^aiite** •hOQld 9èt a mi^eijjy tomewhére.  —TMe will bea tweeting ot the Iite-pieaaibli» ^ner OliA^ M their hoadq^« áeirs ortif itoaeph trOif« elore, on Mw da? etehlng. It li looped that all the mîi^flfBÊni bepTftenl áe biiaiiieM .of ioii^ai^ will tM tfaiMctiid. Tofoh Ut^fmmimkMk on Toeiiay  -^Xr. BiailMt, oi onrcltj^ did not fo up inhUbaUaoa at Rochfoi^lattweik, ou aoemuit of the diffUniltjr with the ges fttr-nMied. He eut the baHooa tooee aiid let it io sky irard, and now aaja thaMie will 'a^a^^^en ^rfl »^^^^.^ep^li^Qi^lle^B-.uae..« too uaeertM« i»roiiiMMaaii|pfW I Ha.«"«.!! ;  —Ool. iuB. BfiaiNir m WkutíbMát ^ one of the flneet fiae^aeda^ tar tlie n^ and ti» tone of trapee wHièìi he nOeei every yeiir are of the il^ost c^ioe TaHetk». SMNa to the CokNieliftàU hiannderlak-infa-eipecttdl? thai of the itrape etiHure for he dMei wlth^ m i^a  ^i^ttttlÜfW Oreileittiiiwha *«i  ia XiMitif me Demooia^ did io to,thf4flt that he had Jhe rhetmatte  af«gM'el«l^f»iBldKeoofrecttim Let Iii tüye t>ettoerala, etpeclal'  m ■ ___  Oherlee J^ «futh. allai Ohu. Walker» Iii ettgafed ih thi Tefr pleeiMftt bat til  wmm  Our íNáulhll Hind JU. tfwia, aa UMibal, woa piaiie -for bla admirable maugeneiit. Jj^ Qeai» in ciliege of  waa bim ■^ ,âU«4 t3»e blu iblfaad piactiMlty.  01i«#i Mooüeaiv la ebai^ of iwlne and potiUry Departmeiiti waet^ totlie wofli» pmmpt asd ^èient fai the dia-  ohaiiiièi hU dÉtlee. UM tbe ili»efln-  W af UtáWaíng tbe mû«.. I ^«^f ^^ 1 ^  afraidff the bot apeU. BvHüietterba  RocheHe. Tli^iiWtlae BèrthÉiàiri^ Benaeti a >1 «f Ib^  ahe tabeAi^oroyer ak  ^fbe yoiibi Ín;an'añd'¿.. idol with M^^J^My «eationedfiÄf the praUea bea- ^^  Òreeley preeUtitlea^ uh», Wben aaked.|^«« «W Mä | ^^ hayrtwka «pe^ plleb*>  W ba tba iM^ taBNTii b^ i^amüt; mmmm^  m  jÉiiii'jÉMar^ììa&i --ü' fiSoiia fer a nitt« .miíiÉiá^WkWñw tiHe nrarderof ì^^ 9beef till iMjÉt Mil bélblf^NM^iirtàa  had liitüüilil tliiiyi^ ÉÊsêém lu heeA ^ol* them down puui up ^  ofi^ UNaw^HlKlft* atol fliaü hotel dC thai« iMi opeaed Ibrtbe aeeatei- ^waniniia- te^tbll^ Laiffeace abpanon  dMilWil  aiabeptaoeá.her dalieatetbaaeUi Wa*!!, ^ ^ , « , ^  and leaned eoalidfiigfy upon bUr tarent» ^^ j 1,411  ' mougbton. He hat heretofore detotedi™  V, I temperai^ Marea IHte •fâll^teieal' | fftota.  araaW'ara nowoatheir tiatelathroagìi,. ^kiA^r ^  tliaJBüIeia^talea. Tbü bt^ly teteeaa^ ' tbei Wh^ te ^  ^^^ but ' unWhelcaomo dclafc. He aow  ìir«i «Ot abft to ipÉ frélpi bUaèiia nd^ tl^ to iba oi^ntoi tbanhe immodefaSfi use IleJberiff ol C^jMfl^^  intoxioatSaf Ifciuoie la an otiL ÌMooii|li»a^lith^b^ keepers» he maintaini» are responalble IbrjiNp  ttiueh or the inkiaity of tUa m^^^mmim df Miid^ ai we  Stottg|it«nbelieTeail to betba do^jJ^^ aUgoodoltiseiiitoabatfttafhim habUaal |»ar^*» We lÉppoae ^a ìa the lateit aittdeeiwra othet^oblp ibiea^paaaadiintozicatloi^^ upon |febiiehaiatuar*|  tlkioiiptmt city the a^et dav. They etwiitob'aiabe, lli^Mffraatjiociables  atrange and nofel optatone marfc Mr, T^S are «ore ttwto a aaae M 0iai^ Stoaghtonaa%|iofei^,i^^ Yofii. eampae^  nal raaamr. Whatcrer may bo thouglitl^ «¡a^iy ^j^mmmm. lateatot  jiif HH'Wffll W*.  itMrted'lidre In "^^lijiied aa peranuient resi-^i^'^Mtß^iMQßmot laatejoi towna it rather ^ Jaie to raiae T0ler»;^1lMil way to beat 0rant.  -^ddietao BiMV'^ßa&alog Aatäl^  <ftnedat the WavorjyQeiMe and took in tkgiitar witba spoon aad .wltbaut braad; seratehed their haadwilb a fiirk; held tbe beef ateak with their laeih wben t eatii|anci imrqkpI^ aefinu oomiifk plaoe and iuaiomiui^ aatke net ia.the . Vnlea of Ubie etiquette. Query, i woaldaoi tbe people hate been better aatiafted if their acalpe bad been aetit  #  —Quite alitOe diewUea haa arieen between tha onte aad laa^ vtlatlye to the salaiiea^foar ooantf eMaere» aa rogok tad by the Board of fiaperyiaora To aa they btvdly aeem to be probity adjaated, but, If apim (brtber. Iwfeatigatloa aueh prom ta b^llba caae, the neat aeeaioaof theBeaadwttlfaitap.  Wi bpaíTIBlOiirBSag Cfrnem that a boy did get ebol at finitb â; BU Wirtore» Wadaaadi^avaaing laat, and noJekéaOpeatH. He M not know the piital wae leaded natili a little billet nada a bola tbroag|i lila ba«d. Tbe wouadiát. bef li a aea of Xr HuNnaa Weafef,wbo faeldaaafcw aUlea iaet of Bítí^. ■ r ,  —nía INcaapoit BaWtlin anaoaioad  SÄSJLr'ss^rss  ^m m$ '-iBmm in Sa i^lijMpi Ilm >a»af aal^lpiewied tt«l«ÍmiÍÍMtÍM» natili  É^r' df Ibe i5aa ai Oia Piir f aaiNi bewl egi Aa. latittw í fere» |pp<^iHjr tatey bü laik dt ahaiw or be waald sol baya um iWBae ìÉ^ on tba  amigli  ibalif tbe Sm wmi^ Um wrnmtíhtukt'mmmt» M  lewwm^.  «m 0m  oalf IMI änwie .^Tfitak  er-^iPiOi  Wi  ^^WiPiP^^^^^'® prWe^^^P  ÜMil  '«M.: 4a,'  âaMii  mlmm  m^l^P* ' "É^iÊ^ÊÊ^/i lia I^SlÎliÉ^^lMi  w^^tbe tel^leQMud wórM ^^ laah tlMidiadliMrei limatoli tb<n«ht into a a^tityi <m a^  oount of ilie peculiar manner in whtob ha through to the great fktber at WaàhÌBg- {«oanocta buaineea with his great tOBaper-IQH, {aneereibrm. Hebaiaman wUbhimwbo  opoas hiemeetinga with temperante flonira The Amboy j0Mm4 saya ibat tbe in Oie evealag and takea oidera as an m4^ that oSee^ agwit/hrtheaaleof whiakyflrom tbeaa-  e?eniag ot last week aad Jamea} loona la the day time. The ebeerlbl tem  9mm  .....  , . , " ..U "-.o. if -r .'f'H .^-fíí''  —Wil^ líNii ^iahlagìip  ) lyüiia ' '-'IHMQF ^baaaMi'liMiiiài-'-'' ''  -^^^pPWiPWw'.jpBpir iBIWIP' IPHI .  m  m .IM  là Tditti in tbe metj^poiia h tU Bo^^ Qmme «lya tb^ iite adedded aueeeia «'notwHIMtMittat oroakli^^a ftm diaai^iafled peraioa*^ iiow naiaral that aouada What towa la wU^t ita croakm about aR entefprtiea» mmlk tbe m^ of eiM^ eommme»  Tbe ObieNra Ttikvm la aad oter  _____ _ _ _ _ the feramit eleetioa» Md maurafblly  W. Hf^ea» Captala; Th(»p. A.Pleroeett;|pefMtëe1iacdwitktb^attev. J^ O.Stougb«!^*^* ^^ ^^ looked itoaomede-at Lient; anS W. B. Thompaon, ibadhonfiji  ruaner foraKentttdky wholeaale| ®*** RepuWtean majority/'—  I4eut, Thj^ now number about al*ty Rq^bjjQ,^, Inou^oplalonMr. Stough-l^^» ® Republlein pi^»aa  , „ , ton la» byaUodds,the ebarpeat» eleareatK®»«^'«^«"^^®«*»®!^^^  Tbe Hi». XB Ha^ alnoeH^^  Congreaa ITom thla diatrlct and candi-^^ ^^^ cordially aadl A OrapK« paper oomplabii that oor  «araaatly invite the Bèv. J. O.BtongktaaÎ^iW^lit haa a œetly aamy gnaid* todavote bla eutire lite to the amioe ofpi <b« HaxIeMi border firomâ»Pai^é biafeUawmen. M ISMnio Rlv^. m^ It  iirmthmianoU^g aoimKâi ^ ^ amay ommm or a  oardtyoflMaonaathelatwiducttonofjk pHtatèa and two paek  aee toit that ^ arraagementa afe I g» cornea frem Keatucky. Hence weap- Oreeley la oomlng Weit.Ua le a«|  predate ifr. Sto»i^toa*i labore. {«eeded b«E% Wailpn tola^ nlK  èa eaifkKl ta tihe tiimiibitaiii Hdwt tf Aleaainder A BoweU bed anin aftjaeiifle flioirtd ili^#biipi à^AM poeket cutlery» Satovdigr aight. Thef^^ atilimiint ^ m Ij^dija »tii^ tbelTea entared tbe atara tbraagb 4ba|that r0iaiieyliaow datof «ara fer tba larganmaben aaâtlitegava goa^ Weerl^^''^^ Beb^idiih{Bipabika«partytbanbe e?erdldai«i-  to tba.aoe«tei{ aa Ûtey e^Btin nup®?®*^^*'^ aeleotad oi^tba miit pi^.  erenta. Speetdieawfra dellferadbrCW. Î*® W^mm ^  onelA. R Qywft» .Jiidga Ofabtraa. * ^ Wortertaba braad  Baaiy OaaMil. I®»«»^^  mm rn^mymmmA alMtía im bi mmirnkm ei-'^aiMia-tü faipeaüM«» oni^troiiMi^ tMüt^  '^^»Wmmmim Ho^"* baa edai^liiM Mi^ttdnIfi£he Ipflivií ywira ai ^e  dlreei titfattgb HaiiUierii Iowa t<^ Habrae  H-A-H-gUjl^g .^itiifc (^MjUUÚtíÉÉlm -il  dalMnèla aad.^M#aiiiMie i^iüfiii  mmm  PWK * .»»»"^««..íwt  A mmA- t  m  m  cil  date fbrre-eleetioB» wQI apeak In 4Jttboy onTbüdi^y.tbemi and at FiaablUi Grote on Wedaeaìar tbe 26tb» aad at| Disoa am Tbniidar tha Mtb init. 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