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   Marion Herald (Newspaper) - April 21, 1859, Marion, Iowa                                MARION LINN THE MARION PUBLISHED EVERY Huiklingi adjoining tlit Post WILLIAM KIIITOB AND OF tlrictlj In n eenti will be added for every thrtemunlM lueat BATES OF TWBLVH LIKBS MASK A One one n n each subsequent two Onefourth one ii n i whole Dullness flvn lines or one Sou advertisements required to bo kept land ing In particular price and a Jjeaoea Advertisements not marked with the number I nsertioiu will be continued till forbid and c harged Payment of advertisements due at any time after ftrtt six CASH RATES FOR Wliole Sheet Qarter iheet 00 first 00 Each addiiional 4 00 Each additional 1 00 Half iheet posters Eighth Sheet hundred 500 first 800 Each additional 2 00 Each additional 1 00 JOB PRINTING TIK HERALD OFFICE Is supplied with a good assort mint of nearly new PRINTING MATKRIALS of ev ery description and we are prepared to execute all k tads of Job Printine In the neatest mid quickest man ner at the lowest rates for Having one of the Gordon Card and Circular We can print cards In an and other kinds at small join equally as Our facilities are first rate for doing srcu AS BALL Uciixm Snow COSJCKRT AliDKKSK liLASKSOr ALL VLAXK Gold Silver and Bronze in the Ibe moct Beautiful styles of Is In rejfiml lo wnrluuan and punctuality in the fulfilment of all HKKALD IVBR THE Tiwr Business IBOS lf rive or displnyuil lio tinfollowinn Will one year Kadi additional hecharged nt tho rate of tl X ii A 3 n o xz 3xr T s Corner of Public IN Y 11KALK11S IN Hardware Agricultural next to Post 1 IS Dry COHNKK M Linn Iowa AKD DEALER IS Main and Childreni Iloeti and Shoes of erpry constantly on hand and made to jrlnl Civl AND ARCHITECTURAL CKBAB Drawiins made for n nil Patents applied for IS Main f 1 KIMTIIVi A Dealers in Union Main cts Linn 1 HIST I IV Do Linn Office in ihe Drup 1 Surgeon and Linn of Gray A Main Attorney Linn t Office In the Court room formerly occu by County mimiAnn Law andCollection Linn In theCourt ISAAC Cedar Itapidi Linn Will practice in all the adjoining Ofllee on Commercial tJ AT 8 O I C I T O H S N C II A N C K K Y CARfMTKHH CEDAR UNX m rullfctLons made and promptly Bpecia attention U branch IOWA HOWARD First and Fourth CUXTON AN this House for the and West Vl Corner of Clinton College IOWA LATK WBXTI Corner of Capitol niul Washington IOWA 4 Good Stabling al1t Corner Commercial and Iowa CEDAH FAimiXOTOX 4 OfflCf In The Herald up Partirulnr attention paid to any Notarial business en to hii Groceries 5 Provisions FRONT Hetwecn 4th and 5th HAS NOW ON HANI A STOCK OF CoffrO which lie will sell low to the trade April LATE OF C I N T K E c II f X T Y W1IKIIK UK HAP BKEX ACTIVELY In the practice of Medicine anil Surgery for IS nan now permanently looated in with the view of continuing In the prac tice nt Office at hie two rtnorn South of I ed dicnrd im the Mississippi and Missouri WIJVTJill On int nfler IJecrmltr tit awl until further TRAINS fi Mnscatine Columbus City TI1AINS ARRIVE AT Iowa from the Hast West Tne Pmsenper Trains connect nt Davenport with the Ilock Island and Chicago vlnlly ADD1SON 1 80 M STAGE Hun tlirimQk itll jinrtn nf finca to Kant and THIS STAQBS LBAVS IOWA CITV IOR IKS IOWA COUNCIL linnT VOlNG A Attorneys and MSN side of Public Twogood IlankinfC near the Court THOMPSON PKIflNTON Attorneys It Counsellors at Linn 1 CKPAIt CKIJAlt And nil patnli at R oclnrt Jmm City at 0 oclock New late of and of have amociated themtelvei with PEODECOni in the Mercantile at the old stand of Peddecord on theNorlh Weat cornur of the Public where the bunineSB will be done In the name of OKAY The new firm has just purchased a full clock of all kinds of And many other substantial Staple Such as the and comfort of their customers which will be Bold at such prices ai will insure Country Produce taken and Cash not refused UUY Our Ciooodn will be marked at the lowcut remu nrrative which will be adhered to without dc J Il Crosbys TO VONXKfT Marion with the Cedar I Would I WrrA if Id only been a glorious it would ItFbe a champion mong the The fair would worship mo Itl dress with grace and stylo enough To please the ladies But I wouldnt be a A coxcomb I And when I felt in melting To the opera Id For oh 1 the blessed thought of I shouldnt need a Id have a dozen pretty girls To flirt And then Id have a DEAR A darling Id A little blackeyed A kissing With swtLling charms and round white A love just like Id have a in the A cottage for my And then with soft arms round my In rapture Id Id have a troop of Such girls upon my knee Such such such so In so much like And with blue eyes and bright Id live in rapturous joy Oh luckless fute and cruel That I was not a tittle JiV I had a little And a little form siipt there It was the glory of my That childish beauty And now I have a little grave Do thou be still my God docth and lie has fixed For me the better The cradle now J put I scarce can sec through tears This little grave it will be Through all my coming Some days the little form would stray From out its cradle bed This lowly grave will hold it Till earth gives up her It is changeful life Has this one thing This previous irave t child in A child forever My child is for ever And I must patient be Until I too look through the Christ and my baby Attorney and Counsollor at AND Linn Court in the would inrorui the iiuhlic thlt he will kevp ronstauUy en the Ittrt quaUty of one nnd of his nwn fnr Kale for CASH OK For quality and durability of work I refer to pprconp wagons if Crosby Ohl wnitunt tiiken in exchange for pnlc nml OX SIIOEINO dnnc at all on reas onable Take iintire thf tiie will do Arf 11TTI K vroim for as Mrm MONKT a nny cither v From the Courier A Duel in a A affair of this nature took place on the occasion of the last ascent but ono of that celebrated and lucky God Goddard took witti him that as his comjiiujnon du a wealthy private who paid francs for the privilege of sharing the perils of his The weather could not have been more and the balloon shot up rnpidly to a considerable What effect does that produce npon you asked Goddard of his compan said tho latter My compliments to said Mr God You are the first whom I have ev er seen arrive at such an altitude without betraying some Keep on said the with gravity Goddard threw out some and the balloon ascended some 500 feet And itdded doesyour heart bent Nothing replica his with an air which approaches closely to The exclaimed Goddard you have my dear the most perfect qualification to be an The balloon still ascended when feet Goddard interrogated his now nothing not the shadow of fear whatev er answered the with a tone positively and like a man who had experienced a profound decep Goodness mo so much the then said the icronaut smiling must renounce all hopes of making yon The bal loon is high enough we are going to de To descend would he danger in mounting That Hont make the slightest difieremr to me I do not choose to You asked I I wish to ascend higher keep on I have given francs in order to experience some emotion I must do so and will not descend before I have felt some Goddard commenced to laugh he thought at that it was all a Will you ascend once more demanded the seizing him by the throat and shaking him with violence when shall I feel some emotion Goddard relates that at this moment he felt himself A sudden and dread j ful revelation broke upon him in regarding the strangely dilated eyes of his eompagnon had to deal with a mad To try to make a maniac listen to reason To auk for help amUUt the clouds If the unfortunate tcronaut had any de fensive he would have been capa ble of defending himself but it is not usual for people to furnish themselves with pis tols for a voyage in a and certainly ono would not dream of meeting with a warlike encounter in the The earth was feet horrible and the least movement of the now furiouH madman might cause tho car to with the presence of mind acquired by him in so many of his daring lurial made all these reflections in the short space of a Ah I ah 1 you are mocking my fine continued the without loosening the Ah you think to rob roe of as well as my cmo tiatrv Very bo Its my turn to Its you now are going to cut a The madman was possessed of prodigious muscular Goddard did not even attempt to defend What do you wish from me asked with a calm and submissive Simply to amuse myself in seeing you turn a answered tho with a ferocious But the madman appeared to bethink I have my I wish to sec if I cannot find some emotion up I must put myself astride on the Tho madman indicated with his finger the upper part of the Just in ho commenced to climb along the cords which held tho car attached to the who had not before trembled for was forced to do so now for the miserable you are going to kill yourself you will be seized with ver No hissed the seiz ing him again by the or 1 will at once pitch you into the At observed allow me to put this cord around your so tlittt you may remain attached to tho bal Be it said tho who seeiied to comprehend tho utility of the This furnished with his cird of the madman commenced to climi along the ropes with tho agility of a Ho reach tho balloon and placed himself as ho had Once he rent the air with a shout of ami drew his knife from his pock What are you going to do f asked who feared that he might have the idea of ripping the To make myself comfortable Uttering these the madman cut slowly the cord of safety which Goddard had at tached to his With a single pulf of wind to shake the tho miserable creature must roll over into the abyss Goddard shut his eyes in order not to see The madman claps his hands he cannot contain himself with lie spurs the balloon with his as if on to guide its And yelled forth the brandishing his we are going to robber you thought to make me descend Very It is you who are going to tumble down in a and quicker than Goddard had not time to make a movement or put in a single Before he was able to divine the infernal intention of the the still astride of the had of the cordages which suspended the car to the The car inclines horribly it only holds by was by one cord so slight they appear It would have been all over with Goddard if he had not grasped desperately at the two remain The knife of tho madman approaches the last a moment and all will be I do not ask for pardon on the con What is it you then said the At this continued the luronaut wo are at a height of said the that will be charming to tumble down from such a height said my experience as an aeronaut has taught me that death is not certain to ensue from a fall from that Tumble for I much pre fer to fall from such a height as to be killed rather than risk being only lam ed have the charity to precipitate me from a height of that will said the which the mention of a more horrible fall charmed Goddard follows heroically his and throws over an enormous quantity of The balloon makes a powerful and mounts five hundred loot in a few and while tho madman surveys this operation with a menacing Aeronaut thinks to ac complish another quite Tho quick eye of Goddard had remarked that amongst the cords spared by the figures the one leading to the His plan is lie draws the it opens the valve placed in the upper part of the balloon for the purpose of allowing any ex Enchained A SCANDINAVIAN There was once a baron who was a very hnrdand cruel quick to get and slow to spend greedy of gain and loth to give an oppressor of the poor and a spoiler of the On his property lived a poor widow with an only whom little by he had reduced to the lowest depth of poverty so that at last she was unable to pay the rent due for her poor hovel of a house and although it was by his own extortion and injustice that she was reduced to such he refused to wait a single day for his but threatened to turn her and her son out of the and seize the mis erable remains of their The poor woman returned homo and sent out her son to try and borrow some money from their friends but one and all began to make ex for no ono would help them for fear of the So for that was tho name of the widows returned home ward quite out of Byandby his path led him across a little stream of water and when he approached the banks he saw a old man standing beside as soon as he saw asked him to help him as he was too weak to cross by So Holgar took him by the for he was a very good natural and led him safely over the slippery and then wishing him a kind good and was walking away when the old man called after him to stop and Do not go away until I have thanked you and paid you for your 1 dont want to be llolgar said I am not such a churl us to refuse to help a fellowClcuturc in distress BO good said the old putting his hand in his sack and pulling out a little threelegged copper with 1 am very much answered but tho pot will bo of no use for the truth is we have nothing to boil in Never mind you about said tho old you just put it on the lire and see what will So llolgar took the was for all the world like any other copper and went home to his showed her what he had and told her how all their fronds had refused tc help But the mother kicked the pot away with her and be gan rocking herself backwards and forwards on her lamenting the unkindness of their friends and llolgar said Mother 1 shall do as the old man told shall set the pot on the So he set it on but no sooner did the pot feel the smoke and flames curling about it that it cried 1 run I I run Where do you run to asked the wid suddenly stopping her starting up but the pot only 1 run I run then quoth the and fetch us some such as I saw on the barons Scarcely had she spoken when the pot flew out of the cottage door and presently returned filled with the most delicious Oh it smelt so nice for moment or two the mother and son stood quite soon recovering their they fell to and ate it all But Holgar Let us see if it can bring us anything else but vegetables for food is a good thing but money is So he put tho pot on the fire to make it burn and as soon as ever the pot felt the flames it called out as I run 1 run Hun said and bring us the ten pounds wo owe the So the pot flew and when it came back there were ten sovereigns in the bot It is a splendid said Holgar and then the next day he went and paid the baron the Kvery evening they ordered the pot to fetch wliat they needed food and sometimes the latter of which they saved in order to buy another And where the pot got the things it brought them they did not Perhaps it ran to the old man who hiul given it to llolgar but in truth the pot got them from the barons kitchen and the barons Now the being a great went every day to his moneybox and counted his and he WHS sorely vexed and troubled when he found something There must be some one who has a false he thought so then the next night he hid himself behind the curtain and presently he heard a ant peeping out he saw the window open of its own ar and a little copper pot on three legs come It knocked with its handle on the moneybox and the lid Hew the pot scraped into itself some and jumped out at the and the lid and window shut of their own said the this beats Gaffer Clinchs cat But the next night the baron was on the watch and as soon as the pot had collected tho money it he laid hold if it by one and he thought that now the thief was But lu and be hold the pot was stronger than he and dragged him across tho room up to the and if he had not let go its it would surely have llown oil with Oh Oh you wicked I will have you and your son hung and So it is your pot that has been robbing every and breaking open my money In vain the widow and Holgar pro tested they knew not where tho pot got the things it brought There baron sat boiling with refuting to listen to a Hold pot 1 said when he saw tho baron trying to get up if you mean to revenge younelf in that you shall sit there No sooner had he said than baron found himself so tightly glued to the pot that ho could though ha tried with all his to get free of He tugged and tugged until he and the pot both rolled over the floor and Holgar and hit mother stood by laughing until their Bides When the baron Jouod lhat all strength was of no he stopped rolling and Let me good people and I will not punish you at That will not said Holgar I will have tho lease of my fathers former and you must supply me with and and and all things necessary for a No no roared the writhing and twisting himself about M he that I never will I will die first Ah said never is You may sit thero and think about So ho put on his and went out of But ho hod hardly been gone above a quarter of an when his mother came running after him and called him tack and as soon as tho baron saw bo told him he would consent to all he Then Holgar sent for some of the and put it all down on and made the baron sign and then told him be might get up and go home as soon as he So he and slunk quite ashamed of grindinghis teeth for very and vowing he was so fraid of Holgar and his that he thought it to keep his and let him and his mother alone for the Perhaps had he known the truth he might behaved less for the very day that he fulfilled his and put Holgar and his mother in possession of the the copper greatly to Holgars disap But no doubt he was better with out for odd ways of getting things are generally wrong and the enchanted pot might not always have been so discreet as to have taken only what justly belonged to his and so might in the end hate brought them into sad trouble and Hindmoods Voiui OF the distinguished one day gave a din ivr after dissecting a Mississippi having asked a good many of the most dis tinguished of his classes to dine with His house and his establishment were all in good style and His guests congrega The dinner table looked china and and the meal com menced with excellent How do you like this soup asked tho after having finished his addressing a fa mous gourmand of the Very good said the other turtle soup is it not I ask only because I do not find any green The doctor shook his 1 think it has somewhat of a musky said unpleasant but pecu All alligators replied Buck land the cayman peculiarly fdlow whom I dissected this and whom you have just been There was a general route of the whole Every one turned Halfa dozen started up from the Two or three ran out of the and only those who had stout stomachs remained to the close of an excellent See what imagination said if I had told them it was or or birdnest salt water amphibia or or the glutten of a fish from the maw of sea they would have pronounced it excellent and their digestion none the worse But was it an alli gator asked a As good a calfs head as ever wore a coronet 1 answered BAD AT TIIK AND BEAUTIFUL is towards forks of tho road somewhere in North Caro cabin close boy on an old gray both look pretty well beat boy which of these roads go to Milton titutteriny on em goes which is the quickest way alike bbboth on em gets there bbbout the same tttime o far is it four is the belt road aint nary one the bbest If you take the right hand and go about n youll wish you was back and if you tttnrn and take the 11lefl liand by the time you have gggone half a youll wish you had kept on the other shall not make a goose of me of the hydrogen gas to escape and tho I you good Kaid the uhichhe hoped was not long in you got away this timi but you itsulf Little by little Ivcainu and iiiMiisililt1 vapors of tho gas which Tinmadman being sufficiently asphyx iated for his Goddurd allows the balloon to descend slowly to the The drama is Arrived on tei not I hcarinp any hatred to the author of his per ilous hastened to restore him to and had him hands and feet to the ueighborin A laughable circumstance once took place upon a trial in where was examined as a Upon giving his Ottiwell the judge The next as soon as ever the pot the reverend said had entered the room on its three copper Wood how do you spell your nUBCf and scraped together the the I gentleman replied O double I double E double Double Double Upgn which the astonished lawgiver laid down his stating it was the most extra ordinary name he had ever met in hif Actions speak more forcibly than words they are the test of fruit upon the they show the nature of the man while like the arc hidden fr9fn our Give your children and no ty rant will trample on your who was a clapped himself down upon and bursting out said in a tauntng Now my let us see what you can But the pot minded him no more than if he hftd been a while the baron was fain to hold tight on by its fjew out of the window with him over field and j over stuck and and did not stop until it stood below the widows chim ney what has come with the pot iri I the it has brought the bar ind she and her son were terribly ucd when they saw tho baron Mttmg laere amongst tho As soon as tiie biiroi had recovered breath enough to can but and after twoor three efeclared he was unable to record The court was convulsed with If wise men play the they it with a Lei not thy will then tby pevrcr   

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