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   Eldora Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1877, Eldora, Iowa                                THE pBHgiiecinwy Kiito V Proprietoiv TERMS BUSINESS I nngulnr un WdilniiMlny uvimlnfs uf micli Jl of Um Ii 77irv inllirll Koci llitllllH 111 i U inheron tin n VlHillili UrithriMi tiro htf 01 of Eltlo I mcLl at Illrt nil Sutur J VMtln hrulhion nr Svr I I1 I i Ciiiiriil I I Tills us fiiriiiiuri i mil Is flrstclnsi in nil I uiiHurpufujud and I lnmliol lw Ji11 i tnrt null IlUiy lu iouiieiilun ilw VOLUME HAIUIOAD TIME FEBRUARY Leading Through Route Botwoon tho fc Purtlou of the great Slntc East West Trunk HA vivpniir UIH 11 ix tKiiWfu KOH And nil nntl Connections at luul thi 7iIK Aciinn llrst iiml lltnt at Jullii of tin tn Utllrii iu ut nUrn iilt illj v uiil lit Niittcry UIlui in iii nt will iu und Innrii IVinl Hluntt Purur tliii OlHa nt Ill Will ntl KANSAS i nnil Crrv Kon anil nil Minnivjla v and Finely Upholstered RECLINING CHAIR CAES Kim licitviMn unit Kunkulc wkliuvit ciiniicclln rloely nt 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By thn tlmHy ne of theso nicordlng to Schunck tluvt any unac of Cunaiimp tion may lie Shcnck profiiHBionnlly nt his principal Siath and Arch Iliilntlol every where nil letters for advice bo VEGETINE Purifies the Reno vates and Invigorates the Whole ITS MEDICAL PROPERTIES ARE Solvent and Reliable ill1 your ennl and go lor 1 do cnoiiih cun be snid In cntiHiini us tilniiTi I inv I i nnil nil lri PRATT MOJJNI VAT LAW IUXVA ATTORNEY AT Collection nnd Land i nnil j i Tulniiii un ItujiMvil Hiil nil ill tllU j Lowest I in thn Alsi tor niiiTlirul rirc Iiisurniiii I ITU j He n t r a 1 M e aF iTrkst i Cliicairn anil Mihrimlice Lino Lake Slmri in the niilv uln in ii anil I IIIUL lii Ki j anil Irawiiiir liiiinn Cars an1 iilu all us uf thU Tills illliniiijlliiiiliiiirrlii and Iaill iilnl I illlran mid Mllw mid i irt ii tuv cl iv Ill ulrd Inn al und illi ilii i AlUn und Illluuin ItMiirul fur all also uitl Hiti IliiilK HI Hiiali i fur all far Wcit BOOT SHOE firnt dour if Smiths groom lKldl Tirkit in Iti rntlii yiiu ak tin ynur Iltkits In the mid Hike IIS Ilrnnilwiiy TiSluVi OiftMm Iti Varn htivil IVuiuliii lit vvj Iliicaiii HI IlnrU uuilir Slinnmi ri Maillsnn ilviil IuriUV mid Ianal corner Wullmurt ralis nr liilunnatloii nut nttaltiabU frum yumlioiiii Ikkit uvlly tu Jliitvlii iilll My arc now better than over for tiirninir out liistulass li Ilvnr nuvt IhttrfilUy add tcHtiinciny to the izrcut niini fUreuly u fu viir ul your 1runt mill good niudidnu not tlilnk for wiif troubled ovir tliirtv ilii Unit ilmilful find lirul Mich bud it would miiiii iMinld lirontlu uuy nioruiiiitl VKli STINK bun cured me und I do feel f thank ind till thi them n o ii UM VKIIKTISK mill I ulu think it one of tho livst iiiviUciiivs fnv emiiiliH mid tceliiiEiH ut thi to tnUj tliiVICO fur I cnii lissnru them It In of the tiiat HmdkinoH that ever und GIVES Strength and My ilaiitflitir riMiivid crcnt hnncllt Irinii the ilMof VEO Illcr dec lining Inill lli wns a tiMiruenf grrnt unxiilv to ul her A fiW VKflKTIXK riclcireil U anil Uiiil iicara CANNOT BE is to certify Ilial I have ynnrptKinot Inpiirfitfun In iny fiuuily for ctvirul and hiiik SLrululn or Iunliufmis ur Kliiiunnilu ii he excfllfd nnd tio a I und illtr pprliij1 It IH t lliini I lutvu uvcr Hiul 1 1 can tlierr fully rccnininuiid it to nny oiuln ul tmeh n THK OID IIV The old furingntc Kiipylng On rnxly hoct brown In Intch la and hero anil tlicru It shows rndo trncuB of TIic old each Thn blomtims bloom nnd dlnnppcnr Tho bright green leaven of And Him to Hiitnninu red and The children have upon it And lu nnd out with When their young hcortc were good and When hope fiiir und fullh was Itcnido Ihnt pate have lovers truo Told tho old new lluvo madu their vowa droomcK and icalod piomtnowltli n The old formgate has opened wide To welcome home the nowmade Wlicn lllnos nnd locuxtn fnlr With Ihelr nwcut fragrancu ftllcd Iho That with weight and lias chmcd upon the Molrinn trttlu That bore liir llfclcBn form Upon the dreary autumn The llchenx gray and tpon its rotting posts are ncen caned with youthful skill Long ycari arc on It Yrt drnr lo we above nil lly rcaion of the thought II IB that old now nagging On rimly bent nnd OTJR RADIX Both ShlcMof the Itnrd Timnx Old Timun WlrlH An KrrrnCrlc Cherry The Clmr lly In Fine ClathuMTlic Miiilvi kvnnzUtiH of the Heavy A Knickerliockcr tVcdiliuv Ciniiiu AmuHemiiit Ucalvr In Salt Fresii public sii DES MOINES MINNESOTA TJAKROW Tlircc FirsllliiKs Kufli Daily liottvpcn Dos Minis mid tons mid ivrtain with all pacHOU IralllB on HIB XultlnveHtern trniiis for Miiints uml all iiolntu south onn leavu 11IAY NtnitT Ccdnr ft ID Iodur HMO H IV u nIvii at MolnobArrivj ill Mollies AIIIIM Accoinniodiltlon ICHVOH AIIICM it SDO leavu Don Molium Mull nnd Amis tiW lit AT nnd Kioilll Ininrn Im miu all olniM South mill C N N i J Gunl Ticket Ocli I k full supply of nil of nioat Mill kqit couaiuixUy uu luuuU Givu mu u J ltd Iff HI VINE JEWELRY Spectacles Silver TalJle Cutlery AS TI1K LOWEST PlilV Specifica tions and DETAIL DRAWINGS For all kind of CHICAGO BOGt ISli THROUGH TICKETS TCI TUB Rock Island and Pacific Central Iowa Ticket CONNECTIONS MADE AT DES MOIISTES AND IOINTH East and Ami nt Sumliori of for nU 1olntn In MISSOURI AND Geul HUGH Ocul W NOW IS THE TIME Protect Your Feet B LITM Has removed his shop to side of the Public to building opposito Hnrris funii turo with increased la ho is butter jjieparod thtui cvnr to miumiaoturo to order BOOTS SHOES Vom tho Lutoat Style Cheaper than the Cheapest I always maUo it my aim to sui my oustomere ovovy particular am I would auk a careful inspection o my work before going olsowhere Ropairing of all kinds promptly at tondod to luicT dono iii tlio mou wovkmunliko Dont forget tho opposite A 1 5ylf 1U RECOMMEND IT H E A 11 T I L Y SOUTH Dear Sir Bfviral but iltK ii f your VKftETtNK am ruiivInriMl ii H vnliiablu remedy far Kitlnr ami kbllity of the I ciiii lixartily rdcoiuiiuiitl It to nil ilVuvhiL from thu ubcvo cuniplulntr MHH JUUNKOJi Hi AthLiiM is Hold All jivery and Sale First Building West of Eastern First Cltiss furnished ul all times itrtics carried ID any psirl of tlie turiiitilicd for 1 NEW Itrowii Villl Hiid dellvor nt wlioleeBln nnd retail FINE Graliam Ground Corn Meal ALSO CUSTOM promptly attended to lot ot wwl un figs tar S From THE lltiiALii EDITOK The present financial and commer cial condition as re flected in the mirror of the metropo is either good or as one pleases to regard Trade is dull in in spite of the most vig orous efforts of tho press to galvan it into brisk People wont buy if they can help nntl the merchants who have been these three weary years und for u rebound into the driving times of before the are still looking blank as they see the season for the pring trade of from winch great things were slip juiotlvbv if for tho better from last hat is the dark On the other the good old antewar hen a dollar was a and hen prices were down to a point Inch seemed almost incredible ten ears are substantially ack All this while we ave been fretting nnd complaining bout the hard the days of aril pan in currency and prices have ecu stealing upon us like a thief in io Gold has been quietly iding down the until here a or so ago the little yellow ir fairly trembled in the buUuica ith the big green No er the specie payment question has ecu briskly agitated of for it ooks very much as though the gov rnmcnt would have to hurry up with ts legislation if it wants to claim any f the credit of If hings are left to themselves we shall live tho Secretary of the n hunting round with a lantern to Und that depreciated our eucy which tho law directs him to ediicm on that And with a practically gold ho cost of living und doing business mve as well as tho so hat there is really not so much to complain about after The largo ind significant items of store and louse rents aro a good indication of he general These rents Hive not been so low in Now York before in fifteen and interviews with the leading brokers show that they are going to drop still lower this Labor has rarely been clothing and tho wholo ist of necessaries of life are arranged on a very moderate scale of All of which goes to show that wo ire not so badly off after which ib some If any one doubts my assertior that wages are 1 refer him to tho record of the District Court foi this whoru it is shown that sov oval young girls employed in a bookbindery of this city aro suing their employer for wages duo them a the rate of from throe to six dollars u It is a satisfaction to adc that they obtained prompt judgmon in their and that their libera employer was with equal promptnes put in jail for New Yorkers live all sorts of queo lives and dio all sorts of queer deaths in proof of the latter part of whie assertion I instance the ease of young man who has just died in wellknown boarding house after strange and ba 111 ing sickness of many Plia lirst symptoms war blight paiiiH iii his whiol kept increasing in spite o all medical till they inoa puoitatad the sufferer for busines and brought him to his death bet After hie domino the puzzled phya chins uindo a post Heard fo tho cause of thin singular und found to their astonishment that a cherry stone swallowed last summer had sprouted in their patients stom nnd that it had been tho pro gress nnd wide nullification of this fearfully abnormal growth which hnd occasioned his and The case is entirely and is so nearly incredible that were it not strongly vouched for ns genuine J would not venture to men lion As usual nt this the 4ight fantastic is being kept pretty busy among those whose tastes and purses jnclino them to tho mnxy The annual balls of several promi nent societies have taken place this week lo the delight of the society re whoso pens have actually rusted this winter owing to the un wonted quiet of upper The regular Charity ball at tho Academy of Music was i grand The house was magnificently having among other useful ornaments the elegant silver bronxe perfume fountain which was so prominent at the and which here threw a steady column of fragrant spray throughout tho An attend ance of four thousand gorgeously at tired dancers and spectators formed a brilliant the costumes and jewels of which necessitated columns of ecstatic writing in the next morn ings Charity cleared from this agreeable combination of busi ness and pleasure not less than The fancy dress ball is another regular New York institu which was by no means slighted this On tho evening of the 8th the old Academy was again but nut this time with tho decorous and decollete dames of Murray Hill and Fifth In place of tho satin trains and rficrulntion swallow o tails of the Chanty tho floor was n tnnglu of mythological Greek Flying cavaliers his torical all having the good time that is pretty sure to charaetcruG German Among other notables Uiuro was tllC Prince to whom the throng aid duo forerunner of ic presiding genius of the Miirdi iras anangements for which re still being pushed No mention of tho weeks gaycties onld be compJeto without some efcrcnca to tlo Heavy NVeights all wliieh on Wednesday ontian ored tho underpinning of Irving The evening was very justly eported by an enthusiastic purtici ant to havo been ono of solid eu It ought to havo been cheii twenty of tho leading dancers segregated four and a half tons in Tho awe inspiring gyrations f tlicso formidable brought o mind with great force the brief hue graphic description of tho dancing of ho belle NUMBER hearty plaudits of her own country Her opening eoncer at Cl ick oring Hall wns an her mng iiificent singing more than meeting the anxious expectations of her nu merous and creating genuine We shall have further opportunities of hearing this young after which I may have some thing to say of her her strug gles and her At Fawcelt Howes now Fifth is booked for a long its first performance having settled the question of its George who wns specially imported from caused the visual excitement for which his nppuiirance in New York is always tho At his first appearance on the opening niirht an elegant solid silver boat loadiid with flowers was handed onto the gtnge as a testimonial of the admiration of his fair Miss Kelloggs English Opera sea son proved such an unexpected suc cess that it lias been twice prolonged and now closes with its third As tho Knglish recedes tin French and Mile having opened with a full troupe at tho Kaglo where all sorts of naughty but nice musical titbits will be At the Fifth Avenue Daly has hit it again with Irs irre sistible Tho whole com pany to give themselves up to tho rollicking jollity of the nnd the audiences nighlU pour out of the place with weeping eyes and aching The cast of Lemons is very James tho best low comedian in America leading the The oilier current are Round tho World in Eighty which tho Kiralfys continue at Niblos and Our Boarding which continues to make Inn for its auditors and money for its pro at tho to the manage ment of which theatre Chandos Fulton has recently THE RATES OF ADVERTISING One Column one Yonr AlOfl OMB Cnlitmn aiotitlift CO Ono Column Hirco HoiiUm SO OneHalf one KO OO Otieilitartcv ono Icnv clrvliulon from thme prleGM f6l UuHlurnft Rlx lines or cnch mlclltlovnl per Iiocal Tun cunts per line fur turd AOTcrllolnor dnnent l TUB welthiest liuly in Washington is Miss She is not engng her fallicr is lend and she lias no1 big Tun ilnil lur UN new umclt on tho Ciystiil is forty font in Tlic Icngtli of tho minutn linnd is nlnelcnn HE is u giucit simpleton who im agines that tliu chief povvor of wealth is to supply In ninetynine cases out of a hundred it concretes more wants tliiin it A has been introduced by the Illino ii to require all of stallions kept for breeding purposes to pay an annual of tho object of to raise tlii grade of equine STATISTICS assure lint there is produced in the United tnoh about of dis mult and vinous and about worth is As we export little or con sumption cannot In Car from Is my breakfast ready V said an impatient young man who was trying to tret his inrning meal at a Dont said the Ill whistle up nnd su dont I Heavens no if you whistle joull have the wholo pick can bo taken with nut the aid of the A short time ago a photographer obtained pictures f portions of a coal Tho photographs wen taken underground by means of gon erally known as tho lime in combination with magiusium riband in of Hans Bruitmanns cfmy time gnvo n She Hindu ilu vimlmva ilic lithe and active floor manager veighed and after his airy footsteps had resounded over ho groaning floor for three hours vhila he marshalled his hosts of risky tho whole association adjourned for nnd made n ncal which stand on end the hair of most hardened reporter An oddwedding in high lifo has still further distinguished the past Miss Maroiu tho sole nnd orphan millionhaircss of one of tho old Knickerbocker families of Now foil in lovo with the hand some and penniless tenor of the church which sho and n brief courtship was crowned ly the grand wedding of tho other evening at The largo church was crowded to suflbaatiori with tho cream of drawn thithor per haps not more by tho high social rank of the bride him by curiosity to see what tho uncharitable insist on con sidering n notable sacrifice to mam Tho sacrifice may have been a very painful but that feature was not Tho net result may be very briolly summed Thomas hus lost her Apollolike young man with no capital but a passablo voice and a form like Adonis has exchanged a position worth a year for another which will yield him at tho vury least that annual income having been definitely settled on him by hib doting spcuso Miss has ob tained the husband of her What more could bo Tho loading ovont of the year in our musical world is tho debut in her native laud of Miss Emma the young American singer after a severe thorough musical education under the first masters of of Paris and of and a triumphant season of opera in tho lallor comes buck to meet tho WomiurN JUIIeniim Kraal Hie Duvcujiort January A friend of ours wns stoppingfor a short time in and had pre pared for publication an article in a after going through the hands af tho was returned to him for correction Jind Not having tho time to do the work ho inserted in a daily paper a three line advertisement for lady copyist to do the IIi did not state the amount of work to be tho advertisement would give the render tho idea that steady employment was twentyfour hours that advertiser had received over five hundred letters from women desiring and fully three hundred women nnd girls called at the hotel lo see He had expected only about a half and this avalanche was more than ho bargained and he very soon informed all callers that arrangements had already been Among the women who applied per sonally for were young girls who bogged eagerly for oils sake for something to keep them from starvation women still y in with marks of respectability about imploring him to give them just enough to help them from abject want and sin and wo men who hail seeu sorrow and suffer and who now ollercd to work their lingers to tho bone to keep the ghost of want from In lifty isr sixty young many of them beautiful and with the marks of good after they had been told was no work for boldly made proposals to sell their virtue for it paltry just enough to buy them a little They said they could find no work to keep them from want they were starving nnd only death or ruin awaited them The advertisement was in the paper but yet it was seen and read over seven hundred dcs tittito who hud not enough o tho worlds goods to supply then with tho necessaries of This gives no idea of tho number of un educated women who had no means of earning neither ciu we Co m an estimate of the numbe of uneducated girls and women un employed who never sou or read i And this is only ono city ir tho Think of the multitude of gentlewomen in other groat cities who crave for some respectable em ployment to keep soul and body to but who cannot tind MAIXK shows pretty strong on In iliaus Pivssamaquoddy tribe i 508 and the Punobsoot 488 This is the best tha can be in Now I cant lie tho Ha is blind of one said the The liorsn wns soon knocked down lo asprctator who had been greatly struck by the auction eers After paying for the he said You were honest enough to toll me tins horse was blind in one there any other defect then is He is Iso inUie other was the romnt Tun postage stamp wlts introduced i January by lowland in connechion with heap Tho next nation to itrodnec it was nine years Germany began to use the tamp in and was the first to itroduce the stal In SM real Britain realized a net revenue its yiostolliees of thirteen mil ons of while the United in same lost about A poultry raiser vritos to an exchange Perhaps omo of your readers who raise vill bo interested in my experiment ricd last season on a chicken with lie I tjnvo it about a quarter f it teaspooiiful of ami as t seemed better for a day I epeatcd the giving nearly ono alf a tcasponnful for the second The chicken was about the sine of a obin at the but is now fnll weighing several I jured chickens affected with a disease vo thought by giving lered alum dissolved in Tin way of the transgressor is says a high and it nppears that tho path ot the ubscond ng bank cashier is not always over noss and meadow lie docs lot tread upon the roses of life and slumber upon its lilies Ho sometimes finds absconding n dis piece of of the First National Bank of Frank wns defaulter to tho amount of and determined to run away with all tho avuilablu assets of the concern last He oil in tho most approved fashion but whilo tho detectives vero vainly endeavoring to find a cine to his whereabouts lit tiumd ill home on haggard and oura shorn of his whiskers and deli Ho had only boon away four and imagined that ho hud bi en for six Ho hud been running back and forth between Cincinnati and end imag ined tlint lie had inado a journey to His feet wore swollen with and he taken all in a fair specimen of a dilapidated It is clear that ho endured many of tho torments of tho damned during one short To add to his troubles his wife took sick after the exposure of hui bnnt under tho Wight of shame which ho had thrown on The moral of tho wholo affair is that cash iers hod Letter keep from If   

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