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   Weekly Citizen, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1871, Centerville, Iowa                               Weekly Citizen SATUMDAT MOMWlltO AT TEEMS OF SDWCMFTIOlJi PER ANNUM. Into. OEMTEBfJiaLj. JOWA. 7. NUMBER 33. thaasay to rfr In the County. for sen Beat Tl- aad It to their advantage to call upoa me at the Treasurer's Gates la Iowa. Attorneys. JOMl West SMe of the Public over Alln's Boot aad M. ATTORNEY AT ami IOWA. Vmbtte. Oaten the Court Home. All to hfe cars will promptly attended to. Attention gtvea to buyjag sad paying and ofanUads. to all buahiws ealraslcd make draw legal wt Ma attend to all manner of budntw ta Mae. hb Residence. 7-4-ly. H. M. Win ta future devote hb eMlre time ckMvst alteulioa to practice of Meeltelst C IOWA. Sjsr All calls promptly sttsBded to both 4ayand night BAKERY Am Cracker AMD CHEAP GROCERY. J. B. J. Freth and Crackers. have n my employ CLASS aad havs with added to myestsbtbh. BOtk OVSB. 1 would Just say to boms Bad thoM of Btlghborkig that I only Mk fcr your patnMgt M bag I CM fnmbh good goods sad st At you CSB bay TJS A. The but quality of Struts Whiter Wheat Mow alwayi on hand. Betpectrolly his profaslo ser- to citlxDBS of ClaclBBatl and vh and hopes by careful atlentiOB to merit and win a liberal share of patroaage. Si a N. W. BtACUUtY. Dm Glenn OnVe West side of the Sawue. All klads Dental work In clitM All dbwesm of the mouth treated. Decayed teeth property .sited without and warranted. practical with years' of ac- 5re praetlee IB eastera and H wltt hr to the advaBtage of all who will avror them with their patr AND Wtt'J. Or thC 01 Ith twenty years' expert- i regufor f am nndeKiand and treat all Special attention given to Dental work IB all branches. Having studied and worked with one of the btst of Xaatora Ohio-wtth aadbetngtk bettor ttualMcd to dtaeawa nflhommtth Ikow who have picked up the profeMton without a correct kaowMirv of all Us brunches. the only authorised dentbt In the SWUBty aay oao using without authority so in win prosecuted. All work wanraBt- equal to any. mMterato. of Public Square. Sr He keeps a ooaipleU rtodt of Staple and lawsy OroMrlM of aB ALL xtma or VOMX at as law setae of work Coffee. nauany kept te which prspsrsd toSrarrant to hli custo- ijsMlkm to be keeps a ant claw and has on hands at all tunes ererythlng In that and will guamatee aatWsc- tkm to the public. He will pay the highest market price all kinds of country produce. Remember the North side of Pnbllo Square. ROCE Oae door sett of the Worth-west sener of the Public Oflers to the clllieas of Appanoose aad ad- Jotolug eoualles one of the largest best assorted lines of Choice Groceries IOWA. YOU will Ind double sad single breakfast ladles'and children's scarfc at reduced pri- ces at of A wrier in Paris statss that further will be and that food before the end of ihe pres- Another writer ssys the eat the forts on the northeast of Parts ooatiBuss vigor- ously an uninterrupted by anything. The return flre is and tho de- struction of the forts certain. It is believed hat the attack Is intended to prevent 4 sortie from that and is to general bom- bardment. Events are evidently pressing towards a climax. Bismarck been confined to bed for the put few but is BOW re- covering. Reports from Paris itste that se- rious exist between members of the Government MtDlw-t In the State tFnl- ss we see by the The foltewiugitsjhe list of elsims allowrt at the January Session of the Board of Supervisors of t la stats fStlO In state We Mean What We J Miscellaneous. V. FARWKLL Dry Hotkms ud 1 10 I Wakwslf OHIO-A.C3O. OMsst whnleaale dry goods hnme IB Chi- eago. Xstabltohed In IMS. Keep larger stock aad sell cheaper than aay IB the Borlhwest. Orders promptly ftlkd. J. 0. BOHLASD. f raveling Ag't. To each and every ene WHO WILL READ The following advertisement of Iowa bare tried their .hands at robbing the grave yard. The body of an old lady was taken np and mu- tilated by them and to avoid dUoov- cry the body was hurried away and concealed in a hay stack. The peo- ple are very Indignant V RioHAitD Demooratio member of Congress from Dis- trict of was expelled from Hotel in the morning after for wiipplsg his wife. IT is said agaia in Waanington that Senator of will suc- ceed Secretary in the DepSrt- ment of after the adjournment of the Indiana Leglslstnre In March. THK Prairie City of makes its this week. It is a sprightly paper by Mo- Ginitie A and takes the place of the Herald. A Convention will be held at loosa on the 16th of this month having in view the introduction of the name of God into the Constitution of the United States. townialp trustee 10 on election bosrd.476 R P derk of S 00 constable fcesT 880 John constable 110 110 110 Robert constabfc v 00 V X 118 Bsmnel 110 SamuelK guarding WOO CstebiWentworth. la Mate 8 SB B A 86.80 James Q clerk oT 100 James A S 80 witness 188 160 James H constable fees S 00 Emma 800. Thurman 880 Blerton witness 80 Slmeca Smith witness 1 00 If Coad 100 WnvBar witness fees. 100 -109 Samuel 100 1.H 100 0 witness 100 C M Carpenter witness 100 J McAcron witness 100 Thomas McAcron witness 108 D Norwood witness 100 Thomas fees In state cases 876 John constable 170 A 180 H V 76 V H justice 8 00 1060 Wells justice 0 SB C P witness 8 60 James A 8 00 James A 6 00 Peter witness 476 Joseph 880 R A Parson.wltness 8 28 John and George witness 8 60 J M witness 875 G G 860 G S 76 Jaiuefl A 875 John 480 E --660 Joseph S75 J H constable 818 township 1888 WTT Raiaall Drake ft J K attorney B township KO writing Martin Jaiaes work on Roblsy brU C superintending t 680 1000 MOO SOO M 9608 08 08 __ _ _ 30'Bf ITLock-repatrisgDridgeT' 880 O superinteadlng the butkUagofShoal criek bridgeT II SB Henry Adsnuon. repairing 8000 D W soperlntendlng the '1800 1500 880 bridge actoai Soap J W making amount claimed ofc John WU1M DT taUw ean of U J A amount claimed amoniit UM Hbwell medical amount claimed allew- J H nedlcai amount t tfflJK amooBt T M09 ft Atkerton medical at- amount 1500 H Y amount MM chimed tHOO. amount WORTH PBOM IBto will consist at ant ofchoke I assortmtBtsof n C. CAMPBELL A Or wm draw receive BMke aad do a gracral banklag BS.MOBWS bays good prHtf aad alee gowks aad by dojag to ketp up hi large and growmg trade. TtNIC it IBALTI. IMssm fcrtaeluaai aad SM Scrofulous blood. Voramlasf late Dr. Prot ef V e e' e els e e e e tmra e s b4uc e SBIgXtC S e e e taT pslds ssuxtyftl efi 168x0 n Iv e e kjq AX e enp why gls hmhe Rlnmdrp de e hmre Off empph e e wemdrynrst e edhm s yyy e e ublObddCBrojBehe s WM. an eminent and snooeislnl minister of tb.e Presbyte- rian died last Siitrirday at the residence of bis in Gcdnr SIDNEY Pntn ix was inangvrated Governor of on last week. Thursday of HOBACX GBULKT the ad- ministration of President Grant S K clerk of H T 'W. B townihlp J A deputy F A township M OrohamJudge of A J Dayjuoge of G C Tester judge of Samuel Clerk of T W clerk of A clerk of B township G C township John township township P N Minor.tpwnshlp J .D deputy sheriff A Penningtenv township Joel Martin township trustee J B township James Wm township Wm tbwnship John ZiF township township JJ township W G township B S Jacob township trusteoi 8 00 180 e w 8 00 980 800 800 800 800 800 800 .800 1800 800 1000 780 pau- amount claimed 8 amount S4M Wooldrldge ft Bro. goods for 89 M R 8 goods for 10 00 J K deputy and 000 00 N commbsloner of huanlty and medical 1700 E C commissioner of 18 00 K P commissioner of Insanl- ty and MM R examlnerof luiane 700 W 8 clerk of the oommtisioa of B witness Caleb 8 witness Ida witness James witness Oeorge witness Isabella witness HaryA Smith witness witness C N wlueu JT W M medical' examiner oi to- JohaChJ A Oktrk AH wltMH i If Leavell. MMaMe JohmWIhilagUMa.eaw A A Wm H BhMterlK witaeai JatMe wtaeie AC Httfe witMW wttMN J wtaMM R N wttaM A I Jo n jn wwHBf R roaepk wttneai MM YM 41 4M M M WM fM M SM 1M 'KM M SM M SM S4t SM SM SM SM M sso SM 4M 440 SM SM 1M win i head of stock wttl be ttweUttiBg blasts of ered.aad n It MT BBBM. lasiaeso eaa bo h e Utako excuse for this. overr_ __ At a very ir may Mi abefcanftor nne HB sherifiTs 460 1 M SM 100 1 M 100 SM S 00 B M 100 1 00 100 809 It OB s s S' s e e .s s s. s s DfCLVDISO TUX BM8T ST. LOUIS and ererythmg MMlly kept U a FIRST CLASS Materta VaHrenlty of W.M. Vow OWN IkalikclmMlarat Iowa. VfiftT AND FKKD STABLE. CMJtrMjmiJJt. HHTA. They an pared Ael buy my gooda at the. I am prepared tn Oder I to and Inrlte them to CALL AXD MTBTOCX Before Purchasing. 1 aad wm pay THE HTGIIEST CASH PRICE 0 S W e e hmwOT tg uc IB a e mcbypjj-. e eOI mt. e e urn let them ApfffltH.181t sad at Orders left at the Keystoae rscstve pnespl BHaailoa. Drake A OUttsm's SHERIFFS SALE. STATE OF vSS. fcoH the onto of the Dktrlct of the to aad fcr Lwae COM- a Mgnamt rendered In tald fJOVSI A1TD TWO LOTS VOB 0AU. H m the part ef towa. awyer. A betakem LEATHUtlt lowtog ty of real ertate aa the proper- ty of aafct Jaaathan g. Shape. ta-wU t ofatcUeo SS6 emystockboKft e e my goodssre e emmhu yyylfue e hda great I ante ethe ana eatthePhQ-e e adelphla e e Clothing e e e eudgete mat e elfae eeas e e e e. S PHILADELPHIA The aorta d Srty __ W and Atastlaaaerrm CesMrvOls or _____sjualtyor or Iswer UMB the The .aad tares coats aad tw Istsaaianeaty runt fanli fontll rtrf _ tho ISth of the west dsor ef m ia said Iwm pvecMd UMllsaU prep- erty. er as W aeessss- rjr flottDnte jfer Jsaam aser 6. Mr. Wilson hitroauoed in too Sen. ate a bill to provide for the appoint- ment of Inspectors In the Indian vice. It provides for the appoint- ment by the President of six inspec- at a salary of a to visit the Indian tribes and inspect their industrial and educa- tional A reiolntion by Senator asking the President for the pondenoe betweeu the .State Depart. mentand late Minister to with an amendment by Senator Snmner to Inolvde all the cor- respondence received since after some discussion on the adopted 20 to 17. The Vice President announced as a special committee to consider cer- tain charges against Senator' Sprague in connection with blockade Senators Howe arid Williams. The vacancies in the on Naval Afsira and Pacific were filled by the appointment of the new Senator from Missouri. The Senate then took disousied and .finally by a vote of 28 to the bill to pay J. W. of Pa- for destroyed by order of a Union com- mander during the war. Senator presented resolutions from the North Carolina asking the removal of the pontioal disabilities of ex Governor Senator elect from that State. The resolutions were referred to a spsoial on Political abiUties. After a brief session the Senate adjourned .till Monday. Jan. 5. IB the Mr. Schenok's res- ignation was received and accepted. The Speaker announced that be had appointed Mr. of to fill the vacancy in the Committee on Ways and Means which was caused by the resignation of Mr. Sohenck. The sppolatment not the Obtdrmansbip of the which upon of who sscond on mlttee. r- The House then proceeded to COB. aider some ether resolutions .which were reported from the Committee oa Foreign in relation to ths pnte between Minister Wsshbsrne and thslata QOveromentof Paraguay. The. majority and minority reports were bou read and disouassd at Tand it was finally agreed that they be further discussed the previous question will be Seaato bill suthorlring the is- sue of five millions of porotttt takea from Speaker's teferrsd. to BIO 700 600 IS 60 1000 1060 800 760 1800 IftOO 800 600 460 800 T county SO wltnewfceiT 840 10 SS Henry township I P L township V township J H B Armstrong.townshlp C M township derk 8 H medical examiner of m- sane 6 76 Stewart ft goods for posr BIO J 8 coffin for 000 Drake ft goods for poor 11S8 Wm goods for poor house W 00 JW for poor 8614 JP UllriobTblacksmlUiuig tor poor 10SB R 8 goods tor poor 4007 Henkle blacksmlthing for poorhonsei 040 for poor 1440 for poor SOO Joseph McGowen jroods for poor 60 JR Wooden ft for poor L wagon 6 00 Stewart ft Brother for poorhouse SS 68 B F worfcen poor R N for poor O poor house B J poor house 11A poor house J F I grand jury UOMlKlIIBK. There aro a few tfalngi In UM that coatribnto more to UM aum of emahf happineu than the cheap oommodiiy of good humor. and tion to be miserable not only make their victim but apread around him a diimal atmosphere of wretcbodneaa that makes nnhappy all who come within ill range. The ill- natnred man deprivm liinuelf of an immense amount of good feeling that be might and detranda all ano- ciated with him of their rightful aharr of comfort and peace. There b a good deal of innocent enjoyment and happiness in the harshly aa we sometimes apeak of and they are disposed to imagine. It if not great hon- and good fortune that makes mp the sum of eaoh persons all will ooatnbnte to the but the real aonree of joy is within the indmdaal and good humor U its outward expression. A aonr-na- tared man cannot be made happy by all the riches and honor that may be Tinted on and a pleasant-tempered man okly er Witt reeeiTe u Inrndred Ibid ler eWlar so expended. The mustbe aad k Is MMMjr cheaper to do it by of than it is with It to BolHUe matter of this kind thai the distiaodo. Must W made betvew good and Mid f arastag. Look ea the WMtaide. Itktbe right aide. The tiaies may be but k will make wear a gfasmy enenteuswe. It W the and Mt the tbat makes the iower. The sky ia USA tea times where fe M Mask Ton have are free frolu OMM. Trebles giTs smew sad toue to life lottHejda and courage to muK Tkat wouU W a dull and the sailor weeM get where there was to disturb the surface tf rnsn What though thinndoloofc B IHtlo the Guw will ntgbt will end in broad day. Me. aswlset made to haug down their I There is more virtue ia OM than B whole hemisphere of eleuds aad gloom. N Isaac Ii boarding i claimed amount allowed 1600 1SOO 8100 amount claimed W amount allowed 8800 M V error In 8 47 ThomM Under woodjaklng care of pan- per from Sept Dec. 60 LH pork for 8 00 G W goods for 4 00 medical at- 860 Dr. R StcpLunson ft medical at- 1700 Dr. H Stcphensofi ft medical at- i 1900 R Stephenson ft medical at- 800 Dr. R Stephenson ft medical at- 8400 medical at- tendance. S 00 medical attend- amount claimed amount Drk ft medical attend- amount claimed amount Dr. amount amount al- James digging medical Wm. goods for meat for IW claimed amount 896 Jacob for. 14 98 J H B for claimed amount al sooo 10 M 400 BOO 40 SB MOO 800 81 OB 14 45 16 50 S M U4S 1M 1M not be made permanently unhappy'by the deprivation of all these. ineideuts and adjuncts. The soul that is dark and gloomy ean not be warmed and brightened by the reflection of out- ward and the soul tbat is bright of cannot be darkened by withholding from it the glare of wealth and honor. It reflects the pure light of the the songs of the beauty of the the sounds of the color and fra- mony of all all awake pleasant echoes within and flllit with joy and delight It is a privilege to associatea with go'pd humored per- for everything aronad them be- comes bright and cheerful from contagion. They may have nothing particular .to be happjr they are in spite aad they growmit Bad to whoea world does not set her gatos when be is excluded by the preseat The Lord deals BO gneioasly wkk as ia the decline of life tbaa it is BshasM to turn B deaf ear to the leesoue wbiob lie gives. The eye becomes the ear the tongue the -feet all the senses refuse to do their aad from every reaeaade the thiae bouse ia lor the term of pilgriutsge is at The plsymates of the feUow-Iaborera die tway and take the road before us. Old age U like some quiet ia disconnected from the wo OH repare in silence for tho world that Q W coods for amount .claimed amount O W goods for 1000 Benjamin grand jury wit- James jury wttncsf. Reason Jury James grand-jury Joshua grand Jnry B M grand jury A F grand fury John grand Jury B A grand jury Isaac wltaws Wm. Wm. wltnns Wm. witness W R John A witness J T witness John witness Wm witness John witness Barnet R. JT witness foes. Wm Isaac witness WP witness B F Caroline Wm H M witness John witness fees Robert wttasss Wm witness John John N. witness Wm witness Isaac Caroline witness witness Barbet WR witness M ewfeesj 100 IS 00 1800 00 480 860 SOO SOO 100 800 800 388 sso S SO SM SM 4M 4M 4 SO XMBBtl owajoyous feeUags to without suftenDg B loss by the division. Vnut Toca advice from a prominent educator is worthy people are too re- laiaa ia the sebools. Thisb not rteht The tesober is truatsd with the educatioa of oar childrsa has tbecharge aad traiaiag of them for the best part of the aad it is but right that the parent show aa in- terest fa the progress of the child by occasionally visiting the school room. This is both to the teacher aad pupil It encourages thorn ia their aad .has a good iatueaee upon schools generally. ICeatssaoer Mro atteatfoa to when ckil- the and pay visitiagtbe places dren are The report of the Uahed States De- partment of Agriculture oomee to the startling conclusion that such is the wholesale destruction' of Amoricaa there will be an actual famine for wood ia. the country within thirty unless immediate meas- ures are taken to supply its plsoe by new plantations. It is estimated that from 1860 to acres of timber land were bought un- der and that ia the pres- ent decade no leas than a hundred millions will be so reclaimed. We see but one remedy for Let the 4 M I Government offer large premiums for .the cultivation of sad let every owner of who has a single kiadly care for the foture.do his full part to- ward arresting the evil surely to come if not forefended. It is harsh but scarcely sn unjust when we remember bow inevitably the law of supply and 'demand will cause pos- terity to suffer for the timber of the forests we have who Hves his whole life oa a farm without planting a tree should be buried without a 4M 4M 4 SO 4M 4M SM SM 5 M BM 4 SO 5 10 1M 6 60 7 00 I feeding R IT drugs ftr C R township H L township John J G township Samuel Wm B A auditor. a-Ok F K sEsjp township Watson bUnl OglTft SB 00 10 M 600 766 60 1000 8600 00 060 48000 1800 ik IS 00 ______ 10 00 Court House HjnryH sheriffs JH J W Peadergast. township E Gochrsn. clerk of gW clerk of ____ John township trustees John derk of tfm.O township M lowashlp Stantont township J M township JW township D township Wm. townihlp township towMblp witness 8 T witness JA witness Wm witness B F witness Wm Aaron witness Robert witness A McKeev witness Tbomas Jacob fees A R Israel Ssafoid Scott. M the to ftsraiab copies of the Jbha Hoflaav UK Cosaml resources aad cotdMoa .of SSM 1M Of MSM 8M MM SM 8M 4M UM 7M MOO 1480 MM 8M 10 M 7M 800 00 SM M SM TM ii roe witness Mile witness Benlamtt Rockwell. witness Jouathaa witaaai TD J T witness Aaron m K witaeat roo 70 700 700 709 700 700 70S SO 00 670 80 780 700 80 60 60 700 700 80 STB tos is as IS 88 IS SO IS 80 1080 1S6S 648 IS 88 IS 08 18 SS 18 88 ISM TUe inatant a person is known to have swallowed by design or give water to colour aafast a gal- lon or more at the and as fast aa vomited drink more tepid water is as it opens the pores of the skia and and thus gives it cure to the pobonous begin to be Wtm the H shows thst part at least of the poisoa passed then large snd repeated njeotioas of tepid water should be the ob- ject in both eases being to dilute the poison ss ouickty and as largely as possblo. aot wait for warm that which nearest at eoMf for every steoad of immsase Aeoordiag to a Fn and and drank takiag tho mesa of assay a maaM years ago has slept aVSOO days walked 800 amused 000 was eatiag was sick 600 7S.009 of aoaada of of gaUoaa of altogether. Tab would make a resMotsble Iske of SOO feet surface aad three deep oa which a small ateamhoat could navigate. The MMoetiX Xtcortkr petaaaiesfbr adult coasider It a sickly if aot sacrUegtoaa _ nore the asms fessJodby tho msl covenant. How ft would verse of Scripture to have it po.t modem a ecrtaia maa was named of towa of Mottle Bad her sister Mattier A San Francisco uadertaker eMma to have discovered a aew methed of pressrviac too dead- humaa By hn proaess he petriaos k. Ho ex- hibits a body thathopetnwsd ia and UuMblaiMBigiiofoVeay. Whea tho editor of the k gives oat metaUie Tho color of tho aot OB the frstof thla mouth tho tar- iff oa coffee was reduced two ocwta per oa sagsr oao OB teas tea aoppsr oa spices aaJ tea to esaoa perpouad. M growa .oa psjaala ia aad esiila sairoa a as BOOB as he the ease into his telling him what you have done. This simple fset eaimot be too widely pab- it is aoi meaat to say galloB or two of simple witness 880 is as George KBBSSS Traia ho la to raa ahiesa Persa to write la theususl Ma wrMaca that h is As yetwhh a powerral. miernsBnae bs- essaes so pWa thai aa4 dot that with this tho eatiro BWor tamoslii tbe A cbsstablt Geom Ik wtt he of great sorrkM la the mas arig ths adatiasstnitiosi of Presideet Pierce. A r rasotathm was water will out but it will allby its rapidity aVutiag quality. re every ease ofpoisoa- ill care and keaeit dent writing froto Loodoa most extraordaiary mscihiue m tho exhlMtloB the one for writiajc. Thiscav tho more he ia able to for ha learns tosave his A witty wrker sai clisau reatiad sac of tho two rows off oao avwsiag fall backets aad tho other easaty Mrs. Vow Torklady charged by kacywUi Atlowadky thonr b BSBSBB DHCII yaarrvato of oraeity to ike Itb toTOerfthessty.'   

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