Pella Visitor, February 22, 1883

Pella Visitor

February 22, 1883

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Years available: 1880 - 1883

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Pella Visitor (Newspaper) - February 22, 1883, Pella, Iowa OF AT Til XT BUT Our rUKSSKS TirK ntw ud KlKSrrLAVS Legal Work Done at Legal KATES South of Vtsrroil of in i NUMBER MARION FEBRUARY VOLUME A Llor l livini Minss a knV oVr ran you of ihj irli Iron do net wish to convey the idea that corn f theinselvcs bo KEEP OIT OK THE 10 Tonne la SHADOW OF THE They had decreed war against give had raised an nain AGBIClLTCKAU ta corn bnt corn in the ear c tained it in the coined their i have much intercourse with each other Do they ayree asked Gar newspapers not for tho editorials or ad but for the bright and ncwsv written bv the dont agree at They Cfllhpse of a SinkHole AbOT6 scarcely ever speak to each o at Brairl a CoalShaft at Braid Wlji Ill 111 lll Vainst this record the California had little to He had washd down hills and led rivers ov r the i He had much fi the metallic currency of the but he had done And I take i rtie responsibility of saving as rompand with nrrat of valor and lie was a aud B Hut thso old qutfrrels did not have the il iit tin be now happily they can 1 this how and deadlv was this had on The ill niivii r i Here is n little double 1 look cups of moI dowu 0l it and I to the one cup of two of SlluaUer Sovereignty and tohtock if the Scott A million I Horses nioouful of and just as lit le BBJ a M f to sK as will dissolve the b Wa have not 1 toll thin and bake b Uie f f Kievare in milk five only Hi a quick sTul here it that is i PIKIS lint lol a little They Thev are not on speaking Is the feeling Iwtween them so 2 oler flS The Pit Wtt Americans cant upeak and the Mexicans cant speak their ionversation is naturally of and Abort Eighty Bra t lor hotrithey should U Chop d nixed with other beef the lean with sncli a projvor tion of fat you may with a slioa not the ior Hut a a a sii IVliliral Tur Territory of Dakota larfie I Ml to The mewl awfnl which ivcr Tur lerntorv 01 rnoiuh and it has vWtJ the i KIUui loday at the i iJuHt ot liio Wilrotniton UluiuR ami Manuiscturlii known flamond three el fiinrds illl still cold rlhl and rv stanchioTis tin1est fir fastening cattt Thev les are easily have the tjreat mrit animals cianer than There is no animal ehokinR or and in of lire cattle idv l but the trouble seems to be that it ha not Democrats t suit iiartv iii miuwu of fat A4 you and siit tii h the rnilw a half northnrert of stv a if with sotnT Of tter Urn the vacancy willprob i I I lLUl 11 1 IllClt CM tin mix n porters who are able to write what they see in an inteUiient and attractive Through MUIIO infusion of ideas the editors cet all the orwllt and most of the pay for the work done bv the and the only a vain one is to Uvome an editor some day and the credit of the work of the other nitli i Kcfiilf TARIFF A Urrlj Mr lnunolend MI Inc lhershall on irojile tftr t The li t fr in umullu i ti Lth id nihl a were eat Iwhere fill the tiilt Illttst 111 i 11 r benn to drive over the away out as wind had out th my the sIloW t i thieK aid as the I feeble tire as of mi man ut up and t I h he 1 Il charaeteriste of is abihtv take care of themselves and rapidly un aivirs insist that they b whollv frni tliir l have no ditliciiltr in Why not the We in of no liis thirtylive how lleanswerd 1 do not ill th m I allow them no Thev will not prow without 1 but may remain and in t ii for show how isiiv may multiplv and hold the i any Stiirtvant had at Ih V A fiislane planhad nin and had all nvi iJ ith The total number r It is eav j to it do bv way of j A plant purhad from to v had A t of in was df r f is il onions mix flour ynir hands and form it ii round cakes inch in and fry brown in r oN a full of put thu l water in Let it thei turn into a t Turn int the t a stir m a table ful of with a little cold Dnt camp tui and ht it boil for u im turn this dtoat on a p of allow one o arlv pound of snar e water at while wash and r the brries drop them ii water and b t for then add the suuar t is let th to a i M l strain the juice make it II cranberries are to be eaten with the CUFVM TMloOV of iiiiht put the of milk and boil t i of beat the a t r table boil 11 a h I ton fro lirin put and blown I MIUN stwed and of hot four I J 11 I i 111 V llUXl MIUI and si iit thre I J e Jejjrivejthe and a half northwert of j mmhiutry for tv a i 1 that it was Thev 1 thiy to its liut nit dad THE De candidate for the In iri 1SS1 historieallv came up in of th bv the lint A little brim and I arni S arms to shot to death b republic burned I iisheir ol tie 1 would thle a 1 a v I Jif prevented at of Mai these words a at tort Spriner t been Twelve nullret while the bill 1ms 1 it ha1 the It weeks the atifactlon is Xo Mich calamity has over that the urrl instant and came w uh rew eii r Mile who claimed to ef they piolcstalux e rest in el Sir the winch to CIllMc 10 Mw carrie Iten will ruin cllAlleniel l et t I tllee r 1 1 Ml wtlcre slieh had Ii The Ill did It V t irh two and al 11 rar 1 I IlM i in 1 i now s I Il ll leivid t t at ed had and like a K dad wolM lie re The the hill and hit to t each Thv could not bv of Many of the men in no atrmpt to Thev were Jd b M the new these rs had upon and had comJo dread most Thv 1 that the canon be rvf H it iisBSra two hands over human U ol bt stand r it but bale at N of plllllpkin pi tiorih nine whit a of one u a dense onhalf f tr all a and slice or rather the I or a little iii dls r two tucked and even known to wore a his other with his he il and how 1 at the lean and as he marched about is and his and his hands thin an lavir of pumpki thn with siiar till all is 1or two pare f one cut into sorn ir if some rd r M M ail time tbe or at down so as to b d or 1 white 1 and cut shape a 1 in a fn he tneal until til and f brown it old can dm ld at the at The r t a town f there I ill that ill s soret or the Ihe willMipport two 1 rv f the 1 I 1d U their meat winch was in the the for fresh bnie lAkwarm mix fr the need no have any fear of tl iiirket thincieise is than the increase The our nil ro in our and our mo are mainly foreifrners who v better than in the old and meat much indulp their for which increases the incities too are inereasing much 1 fall m their ripidlv than the iiureas they start too hit consumers faster than the make Jiuers whieh is stimulating the I they never until tiio stock raiser has no cause to two son with alt cavnne ppl the r four onions a Prtially fore beinr put raisout amlstw until the are Take out ti mat and and oiVall the la jraw if ovcrthe rairont and A In o his liill I r be riaht t V i a that VMM AMI u H f a plr 1 i1 pour I what y n d in any bit always that t its m m It has n side trl the on1 d bv the AmellCill 1 Pjirty danger Jls American people Inold Democratic that each hand saltlish dried as the V1d four bananas two should bealied was no such as f are Ued for f I Tle is a i 1idvs It is the most and prized of all of the Il platino bv us the in demand any other It is bd itheprincipalof which are the purple bananas we see for the latter H so n Up wen 1 little tlie wl With had I mtolliepit A VMIIIHT maiden I a flialt in n fallinic littik thhair kr Illiy el i ni L ni1 I Tinl u cant light that w an to make a desperate tight against th s hands T itli so fairlv and and It joins hands T itli tendencies had sugise ll1 o two men stood looking South Carolin mi I the two steadily and st i movement is uid down before j V1 He pviilentiy tor only and stocU to be Sheep gnnd corn bet s from their for we were the eves Ol so in there wo room for iu extract upon i invjiTi nkot of HHinn ol ilT TO liO m their for we were firmlv fixecl on the eyes of died in toother and talked threw back his blanket and behaved in a very nd extended his Tho The canon was alt on Up and 1he men to forget their J and ashamed he the that ho had not labsorbing topic ol tnc that no tv i Jjie COuTago of and tried to keep Ihey before t mist of the men out on the winlv j freezing there with the hnlf larved horses and that wed pitilessly and helplessly in the which was now almost to their it was would ive the men something better to do keep them from I But the dreadful the the possibility of all per Jng there seemed only to the That night a duel ras arranged to take place at daylight n the plain The California ad the Oregonian were to fight with fles atten Both were center idly Both had their friends id The whole canon seemed bout to be drawn into the Some t the men were now very All fere desperate A gen battle was Ut us look at these lean and Oregonians in their tore The shout of that went up from the t Kit upvt the subject It depends upon the fa cilities for grinding and the kiml of stock to ter than ami therefore they util ize the nutriment in whole corn better The com contftins more actual nutri ment than cent shows on analysis 42 ptr cu the reu hreikuii liepnblican meetings in i in a iv up i l and per the same quite safe to say nely they were nor ley were not well nor the were not well mw es of the world been upon them be H remeaiT tliat away before Caluor was at all these OregonMM d met underthe and moit as well as that thev were pert of we Hniial jf FnAli rtf It IS L cobs have onehalf tho value of haj wheu fed food rich with I There is much said about the dan masticating it anymore r let p i i undred more guns ut the difTerencc lietweeu who oclock and Ii oclock was the strovs art1 ul and and it favors free and 12 o clock was iiiu stroys switirrfr VK i 4y ice irOiwetu is tho wav I have soon men lose iiere u he bat eo They start too today2 hVv allow the foe against them to right in iuv theor that nforce and their battalions to fall into iii nf th hnt wM von aid nml MV lurid t i ilid intend t ay icntiiiimn nil up wat o It I I may ilcnire to to mane fake and wmt to prrslstcd Vl nwav whrn yon desortoU our from Wine unknown i nuiimivun the wmii The torture commences the moment apalnand apain asiniUl the irber you in the chair ion thj never realize until then how much you threw threw awuv native You never realize hen how much the early martyrs win of fentleiiiiui fighting tl ought to am are JVmocratic I able to show where false to the iKoplc and fhev iKRin in the noon of life in it is a se o V t hi all T oVm this solemn all the and resolution irai Talmagc The Mississippi River i liecause it na i labor and draws its sustenance from 1 The Democratic party did not b lieve in labor it was dominated by The Mississippi Hirer lieTe in labor was The Mississippi is not a picturesque i Southern end and so we heam ol tn There is of the e 11 viver is always i labor being well swirl well well ness all The river rnnnuig the current into tue nes uut 01 iuc shelving cedar and bor We cannot B of lion rmened free Svelentinels ported so that they very difficult to Iw approached by They very lar and j bor We cannot stand the rond of j tion opened by free and the Ke casionpublican party recognizes JLUCJ pSor A mild arrived the age of 2 te boded in dennitely wiiont being reduced to an There are of on tbe but they are very Sat on eneaktas GarrettBoice is thinking of BO he asked a returned from that the bad feeling existing between toe i lion in and what to alnmt pcaco i ll unuiffl n ratist have Iwen to la o iv long i iu the scat 01 and constant usage unta it is as smooth as if vnn iTOi anewsboys coat and if von are not always persistence was cui on opinions are secondhand i the to onehalf mlu impressions of THE use of artificial leather is now suggested tor buggy hobtering purposes where leather is now S ThirnTw material has the of being much more ollegea mu thftn tho genuine wear longer and looks at in w 188 irew from the tone of the article he reads The reporter writes np a cawas he sees it and the exlitor has no choice but to view it in the same Hence the the views anil opiuj or Most peopV Iray lives fanuty ;