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Anita Times (Newspaper) - March 15, 1883, Anita, Iowa F i Ott the musical Faro in the Stephens of a prominent figure in american polities for a couple passes a leading spirit of the South in the closing Days his and vie and Aid was eagerly sought toy the conspirators who wanted to overthrow the onion and make a new country Wrath of Mason but he steadfastly or at least tried attempts at dismember until at last his beloved Georgia went he could then remain no longer and he went with Hie Reward was election to the Vico presidency of the in which office he stayed till the fall of when the Days of reconstruction he was though not quite of the highest that is dependent upon the question of financial the pieces of the popular order and a More important service is rendered by these concerts than at first sight the attendance at regu Lar weekday concerts is almost wholly composed of the regular musical which already has a taste and knowledge the highest forms of musical now the audience at these sunday concerts is a different one contains a Large percentage of Mere amusementlovers7 people who would perhaps at present rather see a funny than hear Good but who possibly have some Dor Mant taste and love for no with this taste May be fostered and in course of time the Good concert an easy because his heart was for the his election to con Gress and although physical disability prevented him from doing Minoh congressional he daily at tended the sessions and kept a close watch of All his election to the gubernatorial chair but last fall the almost unanimous desire of constr Antenta and if he bad lived would have accomplished much for the the Storer for coloured at harpers is a very useful in with Wideawake Young peo ple gathered from half Doxen Adja cent the Seminary crowns the Hill portion of the old with a magnificent Outlook up the Valley of the Potomac and fronting the London and Maryland renowned in the civil the three spacious residences built for the offices of the old United states armory Are now a part of the group of handsome build Ings which occupy a Broad while a farm of More than a Hundred acres can be seen on a neighbouring the school is of the same Char Acter As the colleges for the coloured Fol through the ranging from primary instruction no to an outfit for Northern with arrangements for Normal and theological it is under the patronage of the free will Baptist its president has a larger number of coloured assistants than is usual in schools of this will be preferred to the indifferent play from a Sighart the con certs Are not entitled to lengthy critic they a sign of the and a sign which May be hopefully interpreted by musicians and lovers of the internal Revenue Bill that recently became a Law reduces taxation in a number of that upon the capital and deposits of Bankers and National banking associations is repeal to go into effect at except in cases where the tax a now due the reduction of the tax upon and Patent medicines and similar takes effect july 1st after May 1st the tax on manufactured tobacco and snuff will be 8 cents per Pound on a thousand and cigarettes 50 a rebate will be Given on the difference on the latter article after May where the amount exceed ten if claims Are presented within Days after that the forms tax Stamps will be changed to requirements of the new Iowa an Effort is being made to effect a re Union of the Iowa a Clinton Man whose Sleigh upset in the Street his sued the City for to his wite and so to her Keokuk new Public Library has been Cedar rapids is teaching the Bank ing system in Tia Public a fair association has been formed at burglars raided the Davenport House at Long City and took about 1500 Worth of watches and Page county soldiers Are to unveil a Monument on decoration Day to memory of dead Carson township voted three to one for a five Par cent tax to the Oka Loosa Western j an infant child of James of Charles died in a few minutes alter swallowing a of the Soond presbyterian has declined a Call to the Jefferson Ajoue presbyterian which blasts among its pariah owners the Tiro richest met to Newberry and j dines the authorities of the state University have been notified to Bend the arms now used by the battalion to they will receive in Exchange Aims of a More modern a Young Man named by Condron was arrested Naar Marengo on a charge of breaking into the Postof Llee at Danbury and stealing three registered contain ing about 150 and valuable an 8foot vein of Coal was struck in digging a Well at a depth of 40 feet at Whitte More on the Milwaukee the Argus office and a number of business at Bedford were recently burned an incendiary an Adams county Farmer had a valuable horse killed by wolves they attacked it in the the schools in the Northern part of Madison county have been closed on account at Scarlet the Ess the Hamburg fair will begin on Sthol the Atlantic or political pm from i Kofl Fullier of Cornu Hobs am1 Cortail Toms in Vin Ous great deity Youon of property by he crimes and casualties Gen Washington including a few and a mkw8 aged of Marshall has disappeared and his parents tear the Ontario landed at Baltimore 161 Hereford and h polled Angus cattle and 88 Shropshire Down consigned to the the City charter was Defeated at san Francisco by 83 fraud is the now York Central Road has paid for Tunnel a meteor passed Over sunday everybody who saw the Oklahoma invaders Are Strag gling Back to Payne announces another James president of the Georgia was sworn in As governor and ordered an election to nil the vacancy caused by Stephens death of april the thermometer in Maine registered on Malster Baltimore ship have miss Mary of bos left to Tufts at the meeting of the Northwest Texas Stock mens association at fort Worth was Pacific coast crop prospects Are re ported much Batter than was sleeping Babbitt and other rebel Lious creeks in Indian territory Hare been captured and the Backbone of the rebellion is a new steamship line to ply be tween new Orleans and Havre will begin business in eight tassels Are now the Michigan democratic Conven Tion at Lansing nominated John of grand for judge of the supreme Long end Arthur for Regent the judicial nomination for Tho Short term and one judge were left to the Samuel a convict in Tho lans ing Penitentiary or Twenty nine years has just been it is believed he was i innocent of the charge of murder for which he was Ida s and Robert so Wero married at Brook Lyn on a Democrat was nominated for insurance commissioner of Massachusetts by but the Council refused to cod Arm Tho the Kentucky Republican state convention is called for May one week after the the Blacks at have be come dissatisfied with the Public schools provided them and ask admission to the to Chute Tufe action caused excitement among i the Rhode Island Reform state convention will nominate cd governor Prague Tobx Coo ii the coroners Ury in the inquest on tha Veraun Litho Ltd school hew York found the building Bud insufficient children and recommends try Quant exercises in All a collision on the Jersey wrecked two engines and a freight killing a Large number of live injuring conductor Lucinda aged burned to death at Wilmot her cloth ing caught fire from a pipe she was the son of a Lawrence 1 Farmer set Are to the Hay mow and his the round Home of the rally old at a tight the Oil room was two Lopomo Wera throw Kintae Eft Ortt of the Al Tilcens nine other engines were total loss about the boiler of a freight engine exploded near of the Northwestern Kuling the Engineer and fatally injuring the a fire a the Union stave company works destroyed Worth of Stock fully Oneld bin born by to death a fire at Grove destroy aged was burned to the boy subsequently died from Burns the residence of Annie at caught fire from cause and she was burned to a on Hal Peter Henry Thompson and at quarrelled Over Goffs Thompson made a remark which incensed who shot Thompson and was threatening Bolney when the latter shot killing him of an Noah Deputy Surveyor of Cus Toms at plead guilty of Embelle ment and was sentenced to ten years in the Chester at new Wakeman and daughter were suffocated by fire in their Resi Dence on the House was dam aged to the extent of oct bag and Tom a Humboldt City Texas stockmans attended a party Given at that place tuesday night by a Farmer named about Midnight he induced an 18year old daughter of the Host to go outside with and when at a Short distance outraged when they returned to the House be Trad a whose alarm brought Landan to the and when be appeared Vardell shot him the villain escaped a the to Bat a band of forty men boarded a Little Rock fort Smith train at wednesday night and ordered the passengers to some of the jobbers the the Engineer steam and pulled out scar who jumped conductor was fatally shot by killed a Johnson was shot dead in the Miller county court House Ai Texarkana in the presence of the attorneys and Over a Hundred by tiie trouble was caused by Dixon making War on gambling institutions in which Johnson was evidently sixty six Henry the Black Dia mond of and Steve coloured fought sixty six rounds at Tho Trojan was a Large Cumber of sports at including one member of the Assem Bly and several officials of Beila tub a premature explosion at the Evan Dale Coal mine at fatally injured two i Kalb fact oily Mitchells Candle factory in new York burned inhabitants of neighbouring tenements were greatly frighten Eutiky sight of the burning greases flowing lows the col lips of a Coal old breasts Reliance Colliery at car caved in cracking a Large area of surface under nine leaving Only a thin Shell of Frozen Earth be the houses and the families Twenty other he Reading depot and As they May de two Frame houses in one of which two children named aged Ressee Tivel five and three were burned to of acid a number of names sent to the son ate in its closing hours failed Uri death tire Lief of Prince at Baden lobs of a vessel Between Denmark and and Over sixty people Oconnor Power to introduce new scheme for the belief of a Maiden grind into the night i will him these three moved on along the Way w of air face lured the Soldier from Bis upon a Tomb was carved the Sweet Childs the Lover to the Maiden never Vance Cheney in the he time i the pardoned the James Abbery in Uty the newspaper gallery of the House was invaded by members wives during the last night session and the reporters who poke to speaker Kelfer about the matter Jom plan he treated them roughly and pro Zoobi Qutb the total amount appropriated by Congress is bags the internal Revenue Bill repeals the on capital and except such As 1 now trba8cbbb James United states treas has Tab saw Secretary Folger has ordered the word cents placed on the new the Senate provision in the appropriation Bill to pay reel for defending Oul teau was stricken out by the conference David the clerks in the office of the Secre tary of the Senate presented Excenator David dives with a solid Silver water Pitcher on mobb recent postal legislation will make necessary the employment of forty More clerks la the office of the sixth auditor of lha Tab Zoira to Kab president Arthur intends to discourage official Regira from Washington this com ing 1h9 new seven hour if will seriously for it does not except biad6 of or even iks president from its uada8a5cab the Madagascar embassy have been the guests of the government for some Days and have visited All Points about the Indian inspector Pollock has tendered his to take effect the Secretary Teller his already selected his Suc marshals the president has reappointed Banks United states marshal at Boston and Joseph Mcgee marshal for the Western District of at a full meeting of the Cabinet Fri Day arrangements were made for filling All vacancies in the civil the members of the civil service commission called at the executive mansion and had a Short conference with the president in regard to the general plan of operations to be observed in carrying the Law into it was agreed that the commis Sion should prepare a set of rules in regard to questions under their and submit them to the president for the selection of a chief examiner Cudar the commission was not agreed new Walt Secretary Chandler has instructed the naval advisory Board to Prochet d at once and prepare plans for the five new United states War provided for by of three cruisers and two torpedo also to arrange for is completion and four unfinished the lat diked upon and it is be Given out sat the the Dublin town Council expelled the and declared his seat mobs my Mobil the memorial Tablet on the House formerly occupied by Morse at Rome was unveiled with suitable talks pro put Abdel Khadir Pasha has arrived at Denar after defeating the false British to Boob Xhu Gladstone says the British troops will be withdrawn when order is restored in Egypt and the safety of the Suez canal As the russian exp remier is seriously ill at Baden Othmas minister of commander of the fourth army Hai been appointed min ister of War of German Baobab the famous German race Mare Winner of qty your races and who never was was shot having news is received at London that the British Steamer Gloucester which left Bristol february ssh for new foundered february a in latitude 41 North and Longi tude 53 the Crew were rescued and landed at a Kukman Field the Prince of Wales has been created Field Marbil of the German Fortso Izikoff it is said Prince Gort Schakoff s ill Ness at Baden is due to an attempt to Poison it is rumoured at Dublin that Patrick treasurer of the land to left Paris for Editn with All the league two two Hundred girls left Limerick thursday for new almost the entire population assembled to bid them Bravi icon f aim Wells of the commercial Iron have trial the trial of 29 socialists charged with High treason and complicity in murder begun in Vienna the accused admit they carried out the Resolution of the club meet floods in heavy Rains have occurred in Kaladj a District 240 houses were hundreds of persons Are it Khz Frank the suspect held in Paris for was released the Brit Meh authorities having been convinced of his innocence in connection with the Pho Nix Park by Bambi the Steamer bound fro m Copenhagen to foundered during a Thore were 81 mostly Emi on Only sixteen of whom were survivors state Ubare were Only five Cork jackets on braid the Wannall says a Large boat which the sailors took away without attempting to Rescue any would have held thirty Gold Fob on Friday Bullion was brought in London for Export to new York to guard against a Rise in Gold in the Bank of bi3jukck Blun Arck is confined to his bed by attack of Connor Power will move in the Irish Relief which in ration and ent at Dublin says crude in the ranks of not withstand us in prison to use of Coal recommended but practical Testa Mote value than a p6tfttlftrly rape orally us heavy probably m1 j Good a use of them As can be made a to throw in the Hen Hon Jet vault they will absorb the ammonia instead a Terr the marbled beef Cornea from the steer whose Muscles Are woot it is bad policy to Wash harness with As the Potash injures hollow in Hopes of finding the bite his fancy we for the Sake of the grass for the Sake of the for the Sake of the and for the Sake of the pocketbook and Bank As Well As the looks of the understock rather than better let your pastures lie a whole year unsexed by a Hoof than keep them exposing the soil to Tho burning Sun and the tender Root to Tho marching drought or the hard freezing and Bleak winds of to keep up As Well As to make and keep Thorn highly they need Liberal the Gravelly knolls that ordinarily raise nothing but sheep sorrel can in a Short time be clothed with luxuriant grasses by Liberal looking at it solely As a question As to to get the quickest return from the solution put it on the the pasture is always ready to receive sixty Days in summer season brings the first in which there is ample the Root and in this Wreath of Sod lies the Promise and Potency of future Corn should it be necessary to turn the pasture into a Corn should your Topdressing be the made from your cultivated you at once solve the question As to Howth keep up the necessary and ii to this you add an occasional use o Tho you need not be tron lec with the fear of Blue grass taking com plete care after breeder1 la Vostok when Tho calf has been the cow should to let Loose with it until she has licked it All Tho adhering membranes and mucous on the calf will be thus and the calf be sides have the invigorating Fric Tion of Tho cows Tongue to put its Stag Nant blood into gentle and it will soon be on its As soon As Tho calf stands the cow should be tied up and provided with a pail or two of this Slop should be made with about two quarts of ground one quart of linseed Oil and a handful of Salt to a pail of warm this drink fills the Hole left in the now by Tho departure of the and the tying of the cow up makes her Call for her both of which operations tend to the removal of the As soon As ibis comes it should be buried in the dirt of the and not thrown out with the if Tho calf does not suck after it is an hour or two it should be assisted in Tho after the calf should to put in a Well bedded and warm Peu by to have known a cow to lie Down on a valuable calf and kill we think this is done when the cow is having after pains and does not know what sue is the calf until a week old should be allowed to suck at least Throe times a and if an additional Chance can to Givon before going to Bod it will be All Tho but whatever is it should be done then the now Ana calf will both know what to expect and there will be no fretting or noise on Tho part of either of the calf to eat Hearty and not get the scours must have plenty of exercise and a dry warm care of calves will fresh dirt will Correct acidity of the stomach in if the calves run out where they can get Access to they will be seen to lick and if to harness rub off the dirt As Well As possible with a soft Brush and apply a dressing of Graif followed with Oil or which will fasten the the leather the greatest value of ens Ilage is fit its tendency to increase the product of and thus increase ens Ilage is about the Only farm pro duct that is not sold off Ute the fruit recorder says tobacco is very distasteful to Lay Tobac co stems around Bushes in the Spring and tha currant worm will not disturb the if grape vines were not pruned last there is no time to lose it should be done before the vines or not at the present High Price of hops ii causing a Boom in hop Many new Yards will be planted the coming by Tho time these come into bearing it u fair to presume that hops j will be Small doses of Salt stimulate tons of All the fluids Piol course including milk when Tho sup ply of Salt is withdrawn the milk Faux to its usual vegetables Aro the most wholesome i and agreeable and a Good Supply of them is of More value than the Best doctor and a whole Medicine i from the first rhubarb of Early the later Sweet and All the rest of to the pumpkin pies of the fall and during three fourths of the year j May have a constant feast of varied if we and now is the time to think about the Garden and to Lay in a Stock of seeds planting it j by and sorghum yields Well on land too poor i to grow this shows that the sorghum derives More from the ail its Sweet largely would the soil for sorghum be in Fine its s seeds Are More impatient of colds Tho the larger Corn Quad tiered Artt hearing some persons succeed in rearing geese but Many those who succeed do so by letting the Goose have her own thinking the Bird knows her own business Best and those who fail do so mostly because they Are Goose enough to think they know More about rearing All that is necessary to do with the Goose is to give her a Nice nest of Straw in a Box or Low Basket that will not Overset when she climbs into and As she lays her eggs to take them Ono by one and keep them in a Safe place until the Bird wants to to then she will stay on her nest and it will be no use trying to where the nest is it must stay and if there is a dispute about it Tho Goose will win every teen give tue Tho eggs and leave her to Horsup feeding her once a Day and giving i kor and above All things dont with us apr disturb she will set in 4 Corner of an out House where is Twenty times in an hour but if alone she wont mind anything when Tho Gosmo out Thoy require nothing Grassy with pan of to be kept Safe from cold Hoy need nothing olso and Nitto you i ibo is l but hoi in the manuring a Vineyard it got to be done in to because there it Nuro to change be in the sly affect the Nev out of it try Heary free continued the wiping his moustache and contemplat1 ing the Montana Man a Texas norther is such As ill regarded As considerable by them that has seen it in full i is it Oal lated to beat a Montana blizzard inquired the Man from the whetting his knife on Hill Boot and apparently Minoh interested 111 the narrative of his i it replied the solemn1 Lam prepared to say that it a i Oal lated to beat anything that i Ive seen a norther carry Stone Wall Twenty Miles Ani set it do my As it picked it without displacing 11 Dor Niokla seen it done once i i seen one that turned an Apple Rohl Ard upside and the Man Haytol dig out his and that Wasnija much of a either f i beam they was pretty 1 conceded the Montana but they dont make no i continued the falling into the i Shoenf a norther o itch the first shake Oil an earthquake and carry it right overt our town before that quake could got grip anywhere Speed Speed Gage out a mans hand Andi that mortgage was due before the mail picked himself out the mud i didst think they went so observed the Montana Wilhoi ominous that pretty fail j Goin and i think a great Dealo Mon cog could be made by importing then Northern into our parts for Little breath ing places when we have a on Era does blizzards go faster than that i inquired the who wanted Tol kick himself for not letting Tho Tana Man get his work in i never seen but one that making mile an real ii toe Montana Man i what seemed to be the matter will him asked the desperate it was a Long time before we cows find continued he from Mon but finally when to got a Sot somewhere and want going 100 Miles a to got on to troubled was to sick demanded the ready to he was trying to haul that gone norther of yours along i it was the same cause l mortgage sticking out his ear and Tawf they went at it in tote the police got there the Montana was still a Little bound hot to be a Chou Row a Hen Laid an egg tet up a Oakle that pro Knuyt the w barnyard in Farmer came running out to

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