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Wyoming Journal, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1871, Wyoming, Iowa THI At UM A Jote B ww and at hia in sight TIME mill of A Bock WM banal ft ft w TUB Gram of New Abo National Bank AN block of WM by flw night iMt Tut of the patent of of for cotton THE Mary E burned at together with the greater part of her but DO Urea were loot Snow fell to the depth of about eight at Deo eight at ton at Colorado and on from the tan New the first of and Mr W Wilkinson takes his place THE store of J Maiden New was on of worth of diamond rings by a thief made at the British Con- in New by three naturalized for to allegiance to Britain THE Now York Viaduct Railway Company to be reorganized Commodore ia mentioned one of the now members JOHN H was hauged at for the murder of Mr and Mm at in tbat on the of May laet COM W of New has beo appointed Chief Clerk of the Pension to fill the vacancy created by the of Major Johns ST EPISCOPAL corner of street and Fourth New iras burned on night Loss IN the township of Bay on one Jamos Stewart de- shot and killed Nelson A difficulty had existed between the parties DB C P formerly business manager of Crosby's Opera attempted to commit suicide on Saturday evening by shooting himself His injuries are not fatal THE remains found in the Chicago Tribune supposed to be those of John the celebrated bare been identified as those of a van named John E Donovan THE Little Bock Gazette makes an expose of m secret military organization called the Royal now being organized sively throughout Arkansas under the tions of Senator Clayton an actress well known in cago and other came to SI Louis a few daya ago in feeble the result of sure during the Chicago fire She died at the Monroe House on Wednesday THE editor of the New York Mail says he has received a letter from f W dated and that he could not possibly have been the party massacred in the Wickenburg coach THE Comptroller of the Currency has de- clared a of twenty per in favor of the creditors of the First National Bank of New payable as eoon as the necessary can be prepared by the THE following appointments were made by President Grant Francis A Walker at present Superintendent of the Census Commissioner of Indian Affairs M W of Public Money at THE WYOMING JOURNAL A L Editor and Proprietor DECEMBER VOL 50 The w I mint have fled Tlut u what the Vinton said Iii hlR clumber all Kneeling oo tbe floor of the Monk lu deep For hia flus for greater In and la trial It was noonday by And the Monk WM all alone if it An splendor All him aod without him lu tint of And he the Blessed Vision Of our with light Liko A Like garment round him Not u crucified and of Not with bleeding and Did tbe Monk hta Mister see But as in the In the house or harrest Hatt and lame and blind he he walked in Galilee be I shall pass through York to pay iny respects to j President of the United whone j high character is greatly appreciated in but I return to Now York I shall derive great pleasure in 1 OF mim A Excellence In Athletic A correspondent of the Ohio State Journal hospitality has been so generously extended to me I j Attempt lo of THE KINO I u of The story tuld by tlie -n and is true in details u V Ul of u island of thank you heartily i in my boyhood a i A line wan then formed in the upper attendant in theold Court House true in all its details which u difference of is j i 1 1 the uf Juno I lie American Monarch of thv In an imploring upon hla bosom Knelt the Monk in rapture lust he in heaven that Who am that thus thou To reveal to meT Who am that from the centre Of the thou shouldst enter my guest to Then amid his the convent bell From its belfry through court and Wii b iteration lie had never heard before saloon from end to the dike bis at the stern of tlie boat to receive the who were introduced to him by Mr Henry Clews The Powell then steamed down the bay as far as the and then to proceed to the where the Duke and was re- by Gen Shuler and escorted to his when the military sion immediately started Tho proces sion was by Superintendent Inspector Dilk and a force of police to clear tho way Immediately after rode Major General Shuler and followed by the Nineteenth during the sessions of tho where was often gathered the best legal ent of the state likely to prevail It is too good to be at any rate a short time the of William P Mooney was ti the of a From tlw Now York Nor 22 A few ago u SW importer the Gipsy at Jersey near the boundary line of West Ho was received by peopled to and introduced to well recollect the first saw to which his friends in- Thomas then a young It seems there wore in the not much business or two William S much of u mark I was struck of whom had mauy 1 f the friends of the living William and HO upon WUH for his tJie of February they were startled by shocks of which earning their livelihood by tilling their a with whiskers like a gand and a fearless and defiant mein OB touch mtf Tiw atr M Awhile to M And owL WM forgot hta aod to to Bin of he Think not Vila KMf to yon in Aud Mint A ttu Of wv who our hoim And burrow In toil Know til about borrowed new or Thu of art Who only knew his CUM from no but hlf vote And to from more While to At low of owL fter a so close after one another that i the Gipsy chief kindly furnished the with large and massive nnd but rather un he ward It was aud day appointed for the funeral thov t j it i n OI day no ICSH than H felt in one moving jtl tions The inlanders sonn that tlie the bad adjourned early tlie to tho of the lawyers re i for and the conversation turned house named in the of shod near the was seen a tear or two over ti of A carriage containing the Grand Duke came and was tue object of the greatest m- upon athletic exercises and feats of i remains their departed friend strength Among those present was Joe a brother of and John Tho existing Mooney also took a no- tion to partly to see his dead namesake and partly that he i which benrs that t great clefts in its and had carried down from the top of the mountain to the bottom all the rion together with earth and stones Tho townsfolk did not remove Ironi their trusting that following facts relating to his past life Ho stated that though now a lie WILS not always as by both birth and descent he was He was born in on the western coast of in the year 1825 His rents by fishing and vating a small plot of ground At of being of a wild and untamable he enlisted as soldier and remained in the service but three becoming tired argument in the mandamus case to compel Secretary to issue a warrant for the payment of the Kentucky war claims began ia the Supreme Court on ney General appearing for the THE reorganization of the French army is making rapid progress By the end of the year the strongest position possible on the eastern frontier will be occupied by a com reconstructed and thoroughly equipped corpe THE Commissioner of Internal Revenue rules that the principal and interest of the new bonds is exempt from taxation in any and this interest need not be included in the amount upon which other taxes are required to be paid Friday morning the public school building at Lawrence burned to the consuming the books of the and all the apparatus ITie building wae one of the finest in Southern Indiana about no Insurance GEX Superintendent of Indian fairs for that a band of from to one hundred from British America have established winter ters in the vicinity of the Milk Hirer with the view of supplying the Indians with liquor and ammunition Gibbon has directed portions of the Seventh Infantry to surprise spill the destroy the bring away whatever is and drive them from the communication has been between Manitoba and Fort Garry SHOCKS of earthquake were felt on the on St Dominica and excitement and turbulence id in of a between the to and of government in the dumber of IT expected tbat before tbe end of France will haTO ten amor completely organized aod fully supplied amw posted at tbe great of the of tie of publicly accuses the Queen of Tbe charge great sad the local authorities have already legal against the who maJe i t- inal of of the of Generals and has Nineteen prisoners were r of were suffer one to for life at hard ten to Cuban of or lew ita of aa his been Uc w charged acting M agent for weB Coban HOOK from So A fe for of we of of total of in of in to and fort ate It was now tha appointed i When in or Winter's or heat To the convent portals came All the blind and halt and All the beggars of the For their daily dole of food Dealt them by the brotherhood And their almoner wag Who upon his bended Wrapped in silent ecstacy Of divinest Saw the Vision and the Splendor Deep and hesitation Mingled with bis adoration Should he or should he stay he leave the poor to wait Hungry at the convent Till the Vision passed away Should he slight his heavenly guest Slight MB For a crowd of bestial at tbe convent gate Would the Vision Would the Vision come again Then a voice within bis breast audibly and As if to the outward Do thy that 10 best Leave onto the Lord the rest f Straightway to his feet he And with longing look intent On tbe Biased Vision Slowly from cell Slowly ou his errand went At the gate the poor were Looking through the iron With that terror ia the eye That is only seen In those an id their and Hear the sound of doors that And of feet that them by Grown with Grown familiar with the savor Of the bread by which die But they knew not Like the gate of Paradise Seemed the convent gate to Like a sacrament Seemed to them the bread and In hit heart tbe Monk was Thinking of the homeless What they toffer and endure What we Me what we And the inward voice was saying Whatsoever thing thon To least of mine and That thou doet unto he could not be and of- to bet ten dollars he could beat terest Following the carriage of Grand Duke was a long line of containing Admiral Vice j Admiral members of the re- ception committee and tlie Prince's suite After the carriages the Twelfth regiment marched in by the Seventh and s cond regiments forming a special cort There was no halting until the head of the procession arrived head of Leonard street When Grand Duke and escort reached ard the Seventh j for ceded by a fell into line the head of Twenty-second and Twelfth regiments j Ewing's eye or his air of resolution as He declared that he was so swift Of might ascertain how if attend a i J foot that he had never been beaten in a j llt a Mooney f T a race of one hundred and he be- i m the of a him in the at Garb si in the He arrived when the services were nearly and stood out in the ves any in the crowd Finally Orris I waiting for them to conclude jh v parts nf the but on at sii A a small column of smoke was seen from Lu an outlying part of the u large number of He succeeded m escaping to the Cheviot ami where he with encampment of Gipsies misguided friends started for the street They were and alarmed fo perceive right in the doorway the dis but when the ground wus w perceive rigui m me the ml measured Mr who had of the inao wnom they supposed til tlie I but part iu the i be of at the whose had been verv tne apparition of n the modest and offered himself to lie ifc to after alarmed by a i Parrish took him up and they went I some of out on the It was not yet de r i prepared take He Coined the and being was to be but when the ground wus measured Mr who had of the whom they su -I rt 1 escaped arrest as n He married in the of fell in on either side Grand Duke's as it of honor When the order for whole sion to moye was and the entire line was formed in there were offered himself to run the and to the surprise of j certain if it was real This hurt Mr for none supposed he could j nnd made him so mud he Judges and stakeholders were struck tue prober of ghosts witli his aud Twill never forget the gleam of i Then another of the party said nr nir nf to loud and on to i tiie has remained with them find the cause thov were seen by some sharing in the onlookers at to i tudes o f their unsettled life He won loped bv a cloud of fire and of the and rose This cloud reached the higher and higher in their until wounding and burning them partially he was finally recognized as their The whole of tho of the iV j er Since then he has visited nearly land then forsook their andrau to the seashore to eret away from the he off j and took jus place The word go was j A man conduct Umt this not j and the young athletes sprang off with an even Ewing began to gain and every country in and been nil through and has accumulated when day dawned it was j fortune He is quite satisfied his wandering mode of and leave for the opposite owing to j would not chance it for life in a T I i himself better than this at his own said Mooney f JSh look Wm as a J sent to take the islanders to safer I supreme in Unto me but bad the Come to him in Coine a mendicant Would he then knelt Or have listened with And have turned with Thus bis conscience put the Full of As at hurried cell be turned his And the convent bright With a supernatural luminous dond expanding Over floor and and But he paused with feeling At the of For the Vision was standing As he left it there When the convent bell From its belfry Summoned him to tbe poor Through tbe long hour intervening It bad waited his And be felt bis bosom Comprehending all UK the Vision stayed I hare fled Atlantic Monthly Jbr at the left of the line and ing to the extreme right The ride of the Prince from tlie Battery to Union was one continued ovation Cheer rose upon and a sea of handkerchiefs fluttered from delicate j fingers The shout that was taken up at the battery was rolled in one huge volume to ths and the re- bows of the Prince and his smiling face showed that he keenly ap predated the great honors showered upon him As the Grand Duke passed the Equitable a group of statuary recently placed over the en- trance was and the Trinity chimes began to ring in his ear as the carriage containing him came in sight The Astor House was perfectly alive with ladies and who waved handkerchiefs and made a goodly show of hands as tbe Duke's carnage passed This was repeated flt every house along the route from the City Hull to Union Square The balconies of the Grand St and were thronged with whose shouts of hearty welcome it seemed never would cease The none of mine See here they all The Diario thus describes the state of the volcano then came to the winning-post well ahead of who was so chagrined at the result that lie began to find and said he had tripped and stumbled or otherwise he would have won the minister said about you It don't you You to carry on after all the good tilings i lire and smoke from nve Ewing smiled and if you are not satisfied let us try again did run and McDowell was beaten worse than before Other right es the blood to see within u radius of i claimed William indignantly am as lively as you ity and stones cast out over it To the outburst bud thrown down trials were Standing j of themselves alone Too to be From a New York In Union Loague the other I listened to a Rood ou Weed I don't believe even reeley Weed All Pu is to dram at izo his days of Pompeii clashes are forming to improve poor sewers TUB new Russian uniform is naid to be the costliest ever worn by an army A NEPHEW of Dr the African has been arrested in New Bedford for drunkenness A COMPACT of Chinamen have com- drying and smoking wild geese in LOH Angeles for shipment to TUE value of the direct importation of dry goods to the Pacific coast is at more than an- A MUSICAL whisky bottle is the latest of art and convenience in Ga Everybody is drinking out of it and wondering CINCINNATI burns nnd is very smokey It has just discovered that the yearly injury to the city from this cause is any other oysters a la are anything but though they are generally picked by judicious ANTHONY has safely arrived at having written an entire novel on the He will return to Europe by way of the United States A NEW founded upon Charles unfinished is in ration at the London It will be called at ALEXANDER the died with only one gold piece in bis His son is a and his ter is married to one of the wealthiest landed proprietors in France FIVE fashionable nnd leading New York clubs have succumbed within the past four which speaks for the increase of domestic virtues and married in Gotham i A YORK giving her ders to her said I want all the lace on my dress you can get on I want real lace I do not limit yon in price I leave you tc select running shouldering throwing the axe and the in all which Mr Ewing proved his and finally the high jump over a stretched string was tried Mr made no attempt at until Mr who proved the challenged him to beat that let us see your best and when McDowell was Ewing this is all wrong You know you are you know you ily is roosting around it made at which con- 90 and is mmiv other houses in the country the put four inches j incensed Iain no more stepping back a few came at it A with a curious sidelong swing and and over be went amid the cheers 1 1 W w going on like mad lott this day More to have more respect for their tban h feeling to be standing here wifch no ing just go back into your and procession go quietly to the cemetery without any more Durn the procession ejaculated thing is known AH to how many of the inhabitants of Lubuc have about as much system in his a little had that grain good sense which suggested to him the propriety of placing any specific sum of money which want spent at random in the hands of cier frieml In of the err u Same twenty when dead than you it's arguing the said his friends The no- j tice has been published iu the the undertaker has fixed you up der the stones and ashes cast out from the terrible vents of the Fillmore for Pres for tlie use of the Re- j publicans in and for the i Evening Journal For safe keeping lie i iu for their share of ing fora quorum ranged over some of the men and dents of our early settlement Said Mr It I somewhere about when I was a chunk of a applause and commendation Alexis bo tbat father sent mc in certainty received such an ovation as no of some hoises that had away man on ever received before from We were then in Yorkers between the Battery l bad b into the Union ed of in the rich that region for tUe missing xr in j the Albany central committee mcn at I V the and ed his partner I to place the secret to be used against his old friend to Sinclair's credit in which could to hold you He did HO One so yon must be You was As an go back to the of Trade portion of quartz reefs of the I from hcart stood Mr can you the City School Board with crape has been tied at j The of goia obtained from we were one evening the Board 01 Trade quartz in Victoria is now about equal has passed resolutions of respect to i to that from thc your they have bought a nice i in tbe As the procession arrived at the Grand a said Mooney it's all a mistake Let me explain to IU I J T is supposed ti have been as yet it is maintained that the credit without vain Weed enuine all a me explain to industry will be for centimes The mining there s no need of i tmrs reports estimate thc his w of gold raised in the second I not in order Tbe simple fact w that ofb of jt dead Heres the weeping family there's the the under- sought tlie oar of tlie bank They could do Tbe executors of tbe estate found the to Mr Sinclair's They could Mr Weed or friends Thus it was swept I t f v a w which to my body right and left j amused its as I went j 3 arc not fit taker thc minister and the Or ounces more than in i mib j from which p the ma Restate and into the widow Not a in the parlor stands coffin Now fche to go in and be packed up froin ounces eau and bowed right and left amused myself with its clatter as I went j you have got to go m and be packed from The nead oi the procession Afc some distance I perceived a that coffin whether you want 7 o reached the Hotel space that would not Some men never know what is the having been made for the he my path Aa we best for and entered A few moments j was hunting shirt buckskin reading a book As we and ALEX the Grind Duke in front NEW Nov Mary 11 to-night with fully six hundred persons on I afterward he came out upon the I accompanied by his stall and reviewed the troops marching past by j met s j regiment f tlie tbc bosom of his under the be ab The of one j tbat bell T I found it bell and ounces quartz of Fillmore A thereafter honorable from and widow of Mr Weed's ClIU best for anyhow came here 33 ounces The toUd of the will J were by that a and a funeral we are h population at the end of the to no matter if you don't stood at m of presided over by few months i later the were united b for you have got so come and Chinese were and and 114 Chinese were miners tbc n they Mooney House show and into tite parlor ounces Victoria who who witnessed sav im di from its original purpose into tlic unsuccessful marriage portion It all the young have their overcoats made with a pocket in one lined with flannel or in which a lady may slip her hand when on a cold winter's evening was at the bottom of a well forty feet in St last Wednesday His body was recovered after twelve unceasing toil by a large force of bors THE young ladies cooking match for the silver at the Columbus commenced a few days ago There a number of and the young ladies were serving up some ex- eatables THE late Buckingham formerly a lawyer in but of late a resident of St has bequeathed about to erect a hospital for the exclusive use of col- ored people at St Augustine A W a Sew York boy and has just been in- formed by a that upon the death of his at he is the nate heir to or A MOVEMENT is in progress in Texas having for its object the erection of a monument to the memory of Deaf thc celebrated who con- so much by bis endurance nnd bravery to secure the independence of THE little squirrels that in are being to account for A com- pany of French tanners pay fifteen cents a skin One former has trapped und of the little pests of the fields within the last months A was told to spell ferment aim give its with a sentence in it was used Tbe following was literally her A verb signifying to work I love to ferment in the THE French army is soon to be uni- funned anew as Dork blue including all the members of Remarkable Flight of Carrier Pig the Reception and Executive tees of the Grand left her ings at half past eleven o'clock and steamed down the bay in view of the Russian and United States fleet all the vessels of which presented a ftom the X SOT 10 We noticed a short time ago the r ive and wiry far beyond my here said he It my and I mean to have I terrific The that vou are stronger than i am you can corpse was nnd the under- get it He immediately seized me taker and the all joined in with a hug like a bear and attempted f and the combat thickened un- to crush me down I was i Mooney broke from his -0 of in- an increase of over alld of 1870 joins as heartily in the guffaw it never The and darted into the where the flight of tbc l-l T 1 -.1 after a severe tussle he suddenly Jet undertaker knocked him down with v 1 i jt Tempest We have now to record the and breaking into a hearty i and pinned mm to the flotir Miss Mr still more time of two i than I took I a poker his vitals until T rA i assistance could lie secured Tbe truth sided in other birds sent The vou what is your I re- Thc came np in court on Saturday Slor that she is mr of and has re- truth in New is that tells this cap with red ornamented with a and a a bine with two rows of brass buttons aud red and gray trousers with red stripe A MAN once went to a lawyer's office and told the legal gentleman that he had been insulted bv a man who had told him to jpo and desired fails in he used in those halcyon davs of when he told l V on the between and tbc the fount magnificent being decked j notes were found on them on their my name ia William was with the colors of all nations from stem t is your Ewing is my j earned to In in a to Frank living to Mem The upper bay was filled i was lived in London in very straitened He was a Hungarian ex- and latitude 27 degrees 10 of i tutle 79 30 1.004 statute v the war to the Scioto and after a few with steamers and sailing the booming of blowing whistles and dipping of miles from X will conversation we lie J the whole scene aa animated i let the mail bird Tornado go with this his book and ami I rejoicing ance j note at exactly 9 in tlie an tbe clatter of my Our next As tbc Mary Powell New York time I let the bird meeting was in the Court House iu tery she ran alongside the United i Tempest go on thc She rose up i Franklinton yean where I j frigate and took on about five hundred yards and had been summoned a juror board Admiral Bowmn and then made one tremendous to I mention thene incidents I of the Congress As j the and was out of sight about without for officers left tbe the band i as quick as a flash it was the early physical training hich Mr Ewing received tbat enabled he in- She first mot Fisk at the house of was ft ex- tends to search tho directory and he had her in to in tain if man Mooney American Club House She had for in the After the in If there is a he io ask him s name in five hand many letters Fisk of has still she first met Fisk of nature unlike other in thc ported by money for this on tbc Col H- C BLEEKER A r art For timo past extensive The Powell steamed i alongside the and a bout was i 1 1 bim not only to tions have been in 5 in all athletic but gave him Hampton Court for which and it has been to take up tbe through to her through i on H Maraton with money by Fisk The money Huis received three hundred dollars per week After tho club house she lived in Jersey Hungarian revolution After tin surrender of Arthur he barely in tbe frontier His prop erty Hungary was confiscated and he bad money in order to pay for bin to England There lie made n ions living by giving lessons in German and and voted his spare to on sent lor Minister and tbe sian Consul General and their who went on board Uie Shetland to inform tbc Grand i S in tbe New York and tbat in bix death ban gaffed in lhat Committee awaited time He is a hut her foremost one whose man his arrival on board of the PowelL to has a fearful job on band He matt she will and to of the t m minutes miles from that capacity of tbat bis it been to take up tbe the MC RaurrMui i N 1 let the old bird great Krai required We all pavement of wime of the old contained live go with Ibis note at exactly know what an giant he be- On swine of tbc en- caw up S in the New York and tbat in bix death Ohio in tbe work fvo man a in tbe Austrian know what he should do The lawyer I would not advise v Ui thc law don't compel THE New York Evening Post says IT W Bobbins has recently finished a fine cabinet picture illustrating an Autumn for the Chicago relief fund James R has finished his fine marine In- side of EAslem He has given the picture to the go relief W FIELD is going to Home to attend a convention of the principal companies of tbe which is to held in that city next Mr Field pushing forward scheme f to him the hospitalities of tac go it or perish All Hty The Duke Uw and went on board honor when tbe and work two wa- iving a are nf two male aro A al for Tornado arrived at 3 the accompanied by cUir fame at minutas and the Comml General and pait 2 o'clock an tbe He WAS by Cten Aspinwall and one aod tbe Executive who an hour arrived parties and of at a of that the have aot haw cleared atray was wune to thc 33 tbe On by Oca Jolia A Dit in liar tm Ibc lower deck while be at has in tbe and at but he of two He boro an Hungary array a n an of bt TV of of Iff of is of the tbe favorite and con- adviser of the monarch whom mod tbe of the brilliant oao that has conducted tbe foreign of ranoe Prince ol down a THE in Parin in bring out the new A and She tbe Rsm 1 I from 8 C an Two laUr be of flf as in the war of telegraph the the only link yet to furnished being that be- tween San Francisco and Ity way of the Sandwich Islands A sitting in the same box of an opera a French I am much troubled witb and happened to the doctor yon did not swallow no naid 441 am a and never cat fee advertising hw a of that if tbe party the will only in tbe and pay for ad- Iw cwa or if bf will the from at It to ml for Tbc are at pwf At nbc in no donM yon will JR of it fnr We mm n 11 juM n tone it o to all pam if i-o f of -o m bv ftir twa Thf her in be can providing in off as of which his little not it ex- l tbe for wbo left it up to tbe in a 44 When om to rw Tj fin WJCE 13 of j AD an ol Wwr t 1 in a is 9 hich Tlw froiD 325 in of 5 bef u n oose
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