Marble Rock Weekly in Marble-Rock, Iowa
23 Feb 1882

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23 Feb 1882

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Marble Rock Weekly (Newspaper) - February 23, 1882, Marble Rock, IowaFoa Bock weekly. Fab bulb Bock Iowa. Late reports. A summary of Tad the warlike disturbances in South Africa have been renewed and fighting ii reported. A Juanama More coloured than White inhabitants. Of her total popu lation of 1.232.505. All but 9.754 Are Tineke a 3, duty on sumac leaves of per ton which two Virginia Mem Bers of the House committee on ways and Means would like to see multiplied five times. Sumac is used for tanning and is grown in Virginia. Joys j7flisx, of the editorial Stafl of the Chicago daily 2iacd, has been appointed by the president of the United states Consul at . The salary is and Tho fees collected there in 1sso were Over the Fotiou presses of new orleaii3 have been brought to a stand still by a general strike of employees who Isis upon the discharge of All those employees who Are not members of their Trade Oscar the tvs thetis philosopher was lecturing in Rochester x a. When a of about 200 students of the University behaved in so disgrace Ful a Manuer As to Call for the intervention of the mis. Or i.s-, of Troy Istat wife of the redoubtable Patrick who stopped Short on the ninth round refuses to be Lieve that her husband was Defeated or Lii at tiny surf fought at i. Curiously enough or. Ryan s Mother in Law agrees that Ryan is a great Man the inked states Senate in the course of a debate on the pension Bill. Senator Vest of Missouri gave in his full adherence to the results of the War and declared unqualified Day in favor of payment of pensions to Union soldiers Only. A dispatch received a St. Peters Burg from Lieut. Danenbauer at irk Tuisk announces thut the whereabouts of Lieut. Delong and his party is now known and that Danenhauer proposes to remain in Siberia and undertake a expedition in search along the coast of Lieut. Cripp and party. Is. Guite Ait s mail having been daily and duly dumped into the Poto Mac and the visits of Assassin admirers stopped by authority of the jail Warden or. Getteau is beginning to weaken. Floral tributes and for Zograph being denied the Mur Derer has to fail Back on the newspaper men to whom he unburden his soul As occasion May serve. President Taylor of the mormon Church at Salt Lake City recently mar ried his Twenty eighth wife a buxom Massachusetts widow. Four Days after the wedding she so disturbed his fam ily arrangements that he shipped her to Sun Francisco. Massachusetts women Are not to be fooled with and yet we apprehend this one has been badly fooled. Received regarding the cruise of the Jeanette in the Polar sea. The vessel drifted for Twenty one months along with her prison of is in hic itt l closed in and crushed her Hull like an egg Thell. The average Winter temperature was degrees below Zero and the coldest weather noted was 13 de Grees Zero. Interesting dispatch giving a sketch of the Jeanette Arctic expedition has been received. Many important results obtained by the scientists were lost in the wreck of the Steamer. Three islands were discovered viz., Jeanette Henriette and Ben Nett islands. Ice was eight feet thick of the Winter s growth and Flie heaviest seen was Twenty three feet in thick Ness. A decision of Peculiar interest and import was rendered by the Kansas supreme court. It sets aside As unconstitutional that clause of the prob bite by Law fixing a punishment for drunk enness on the ground this provi Sion was not Eipur used in Tho title of the Bill. The decision covers still other Point the court holding that per sons legally in Possession of liquor May drink Burn or a tvs it few Fly. John it Omer. The Man of the be High pa., almshouse who was in a trance so Long and was know As the sleeping has entirely re covered and is at work in a rolling Mill at Allen Towry he is a. Skillful Workman and earns Good wages. The physicians who studied his Case so Long have not been Able to agree upon any explanation of it. Each Baa a theory of his own but the remainder reject them All. For the discovery of seven comets professor Lewis Swift of the Rochester Vaiuso been awarded the Lalands prize by the Academy of sciences of Paris. The Salande is much coveted by few Rhall of the Observatory for his discovery of the Moons of a and Alvin g. Clark of Cambridge maw., for the discovery ref companion to the dog Star being the other americana who have won it. The Lalande prize consists of in Gold or a medal at the option of the recipient. The of Book publication in the United states last year present some curious facts. Thero were published in this country during the year Jast dosed books Art increase of 913 Over previous year. In great Britain there was a falling off of 300 Tola roes which is a significant fact in Tiew of the development of the Trade the of 915 made up 200 in of it Tiu ice a jul Neuite books 100 in up tour 71 in of 75 a Biog Tab j and d the balance in wot Frt of general Dun car. The brents. Sli. Of new Orleans who have been operating a Lave gone to the Vail. The people of Buu Arck have organized a company with capital to build a Road of 130 i Lea toward Mani Toba. Won Jtb. A blustering March and dammit do Block ader1. A cae containing Airall pox patient has been Side tracked Ai on the Union Pacific. One co be has de Al opted at fort Kun Emill. A co Loed member of the Virginia lature that by y a the introduction of a Bill designed to prevent while men Froin having mulatto the Penally being the recognition of children As heir i Al Law. At a meeting of the Philadelphia Oral of the jewish Alliance it was announced that a part of Oto will soon arrive and a Komi get of Twenty five was appointed to secure employment for them. Gese Eal .1 latest the persistent of his name in Southern journals at a director in the National land Linini ration come Ian of Texas Al though he twice publicly denied connection with it. Maj tikk being sanguine of it Jurinic on this Side of the Ai Antic toward the of ill North pole by Haloon. Sir Hugh Allan Anil other of Montreal Ofil a to in obtaining a subsidy of from the Dominion government it Clit or o Nini Taui a Force at Castle Garden new York to take charge of tie tremendous pm Noigra Tion. A recent look from the commissioners the tax in companies Aud renew in resorts i he made to have the Feriera government take control Ottlie work. The Ocean line Ioney. Kali h j. Juvall charge ii with Plecity in the Bond fraud it Adrian mich., was held a Hail 1ml remains in the custody tsp an officer at a hotel not being Able to secure Bon Suje i. A Bank ing House has taken of h i Stock of hardware under a chattel Mort Gage. The anxiety of the new York Bro gives Strong color to the it nor that n really secured from them a Large amount of Money before he flight. Is the House for Tiro and a half hours the were kept Busy Reading Bill. Among them were measures to prohibit poly amies from or holding office in the territories for a Phlp Cun a from Lake foot Char train to the to reduce the whisky tax to Safiy cents per Gullon to Aid in erecting monuments of revolutionary Battle Field to abolish tie National Banks and to prevent the of infectious diseases among cattle. Cablegram Tiu British Steamer foundered in the Black sea and ten corpses have Al ready washed ashore from the wreck. A we Rojt has been issued n London against the Marquis of Hun tier for obtaining under false , formerly american can sul in Crete Lateia correspondent of the times of London was murdered in Ai banish. The ceremony of the return of tie cred carpet no Mecca was celebrated at Cairo in of the Khedive and min with a Fine military display. Efforts to Colin is the Northwestern territory Are being made by All the Riig 1ou3 in Canada. Tie Price paid for land is per acre half of which 13 refunded on actual settlement. At the forthcoming parliamentary elec Tion in meath. The Irish party intends to elect Michael Daviu and Patrick will Aho be nominated in order to take the seat if Daywitt be Duqua bed. Is to e British House of commons. Secretary Foster claimed that Public senti policy of the British government Al though the no rent movement Drew to chief support from this Side of tie at lactic. Tue papal Nuncio has expressed .1 de the proposed pilgrimage in consequence of the difficulties connected therewith. The Cabinet however prefer the Vatican should Issue directions to pre lates alone to undertake the organization of the pilgrims. Exaggerated rumours of various produced a serious panic on the bourse. Spanish funded fell 2 Bank shares fell from431 to 432, awl new 4 per cent fell o franc1. There was a panic it Barcelona but the Bonne rallied at the close upon receipt of intelligence that the new Tai Alion was being quietly collected throughout the country. Or. A boxy has Heeti released from Kii main Ham prison and u. Is Minond waa arrested at Bally is get. Secretary Forster received four Hundred threaten ing letters last year Anil states that had he opened the explosive missive recently Bent him he won cd have lost his tobit the fenian was convicted at Leeds and sentenced to Juenal Servi tale. Orltuina.1. Emmeh of a acidic been acquired of the charge of to outrage Mary died Icli is a Saloon at St. Billr Carroll inflicted a mortal wound on Nathaniel Kelly a floor Walker in a dry goods House. Raspy Jim an Indian under sentence of death at fort Grant was shot and dangerously wounded while attempting to leg at o Ken mo., a Man named George James sprang off a freight train and killed a min named Botts sitting in the depot making Bia before anything could be done. Wood Iii flt a Coriam of the James brother has been arrested in and taken to Missouri where a Jii go re Tard for Hia capture awaits the officers. John to Sackx a Farmer near Sibley. Iowa was read through a , while standing by the fireplace. His wife und daughter and a Lover of the latter have been held for the murder. Boston creditors found glaring in the failure of a. W. , a shoe dealer a Alchron kan., who slipped through hid hands in ten weeks. Vatu him j. Iii Amer. Of Casco after wearing credit at Thell Nion Stock Jared to the amount of or More . St Vess confined Monticello arfc., for killing e. It. Files sawed out of the Iron Cage and lowered himself from the window with a Blanket. Thomas 3s Aix mayor of Adrian mich., ban fled to unknown after drawing from a new York House on account of water Bonds recently issued Fleming of fort a Ayne eloped to Detroit with Tony Trentman who is said to be Well known in sporting in Chicago. The girls parents Hare conc Para nit. Tor Hanford and brakeman of the san ten Duvil wreck have held in each to await the action of the grand Jurj. Two men entered Worts of the a Bicaro car wheel co., on the Cor Ner of fifteenth and Dearborn Lod med Kime in format ios from Walter Todd the Cau Hiff. Almon is Unolt they Hrew red Pepper in his pushed him Futato a Clovet locked the door and Wared Noo in Cash. Jack Hie of Lorgen came to from new York and by a curing from to Abb on cite bunks. To it Pink or bit pm of the bad ivc needed in my emf of god Cluck Tor on tank while a detective the to to he m Hock travelling on a car near Waco. Tex., major d. W. And m. H. Stall wife and son were killed. A from a locomotive ignited an Oil tank at Olean x. Y., and two soon Cox it the u estimated at Over toe Fine residence of tier. Or. Dulin in the suburbs of St. Joeeph was swept was he Sre. Lihr Arv was the most valuable in that Reiou. Diff Tekhla within four Days swept Way four children of John Vanderau of Cleveland Aca they were placed in one James e. Moosey the chief owner .1 the american Oak Tannery Lumen at Cincinnati on monday to rebuild untie City will h better Protection Nii fire. Failed to execute Kop por tation coi tracts with the a government i duet a of san Antonio tfi., shot him Elf dead. Visini ii Iii a a Minishi an eight Atory Fht a Eicr ton rusted on the Corner of sixth and Vine fell with a terrible crash wrecking whole build ii. Attu Gilk Kaalt of iu., who Ama Jed a Fortune in contraction the Penitentiary and Normal school build killed himself with t revolver on account of diff Cutie. By the a Pilnick of Caal Oil on the floor of John Moreland near Hunt Lukton out., took fire and his wife step Dali Uliter in three Chii Dren were burned to death Ivro men Tuo losing their the Hume Miil Al 1 Atu. 111., which was valued at Dext the Worktop the Naiomi company at Verzenne-1, vr., Worth foundry at Manatee Mich Schouv at Louisville or. A a Viaje of f o was indicted the Elf Vator in clip Tjio As Fife duration occurred in the Fec lion of tie Raj ii Juan country Colorado at o clock sunday ii Ornis air the tremor immune Ana Aura Itil tie Ejmi some of whom thought the pow Der magazines adjacent to the town had exploded. Telephone from Tiray und Silverton Tay no Shock was Felt at either place. Trew Black in the face and fell Over dead. In waft unit Ihal death was caused by a of the Glottis that is in his Phinx fall the air was from the and the of or opening at the Upmier part of the wind pipe closed. There Beins no Interior , the could not open and respiration impossible. B Rorn the i Raki is now in charge of the Warden or the jail and will have the Ordinary prison fare not by Iii allowed a knife and Fork to eat with president nominated Geo. E. To be postmaster at Madis and George Fisher to be Surveyor of customs at Cairo. Ges. Has written to capt. E to complain of having been imposed up on in thet hip Cacal from tie Board of the House committee on claims has decided the payment of interest on Clai is which hive stood for some time before being allowed. A messenger froth bearing the proper authorization from the presi Dent of Uii Ned in new York a full of the persons originally Coane eted with the famous peruvian company. Sestok Teller Haji introduced a Bill one Quarter Section of i. each to the widow my Dan Shterk of k. 0. Tue Indian Uia sacred in Colorado. The Senate confirmed Edwin ii web Ster a collector at . The Piti Trident nominated Commodore John 0. Feb after to be rear Admiral and Captain John l. Dave to be Commodore. Moi Besof fro i. The valleys Botn invited to attend a conference at the capital to organize in a shelf of Leci Tion for the improvement of great Selling cd Litou of los. A chinaman when anxious to have Al of his own nation Emu a letter to in i gent in Hong Kong. A reporter it is impossible to it into eng Liali. The following however is a condensed i want a wife. She must be a Maiden under 20 years of age and must not have left her father s House Rhc must also have never read a Book and her eyelashes must he Hail tin Inch in length. Her As spark hog its the pearls of Ceylon. If or breath must be like unto the scents of the magnificent odorous Groves of Java and her Jittie must be from the Silken weavers of a la Ching which Are on the Banks of the greatest River in the Ever flowing Yung team i the Price of a chinese Troman delivered in Sydney is but two chinese women Only Cost there fore ilae Heathen chinese import the woman in couples. The importer never sees his women before they arrive and then he generally selects the Best looking one. The other is shown around to a number of Well to do Chi Nese and after they have inspected her she is submitted to what May be called Public auction. The writer happened to be present at one of these sales. A Young girl aged about 19, was offered and after some spirited bidding she was purchased by a wealthy chinese sep Tiu Purij a True of is in one of the leading towns of sew South Wales for the melancholy aspect of the celestial girl As she went Awn in company with the Man who purchased her was deplorable to the last degree 3tr. Brett Star astonishes the satires. Long since the equipage of the president was of As the very finest Ever brought to Washington but or. Arthurs attorney general Jar. Brewster has moved to town and the critical people Are beginning to fancy that lie Baa rather Best of it in his Carriage dhow. It was out upon new the Large Glass fronted Landau was drawn by two Black horses and Man aged by a. Coachman and Footman in Light liveries and cockade hats wrapped in Large fur Robes. The spirited Black horses were covered with Green blankets on which was set in coloured applique the coat of arms of the owner. The dragons Gules and symbols reappear on the Carriage Els and below them the motto in quaint old Forman French i Envis own inn far tic what is More it is promised that the personal appoint ments of Brewster wiil All be upon similar scale. Move and retiring a of in Taining or rec tories be myth important is u to Correct a so Woof tendency to irregularity in the habit of body. The function of the cannot be suspended a diff Urbance of Thuli reread room Ach other Graitia Tiftic of Jodi la in by Jeff. Acorn Jeff hos letter j Stonack bit try will pro impetus to the open Zaat of bwe or i Otily in the effects it Apon Abo m la ire Recabar Active Werc a j Colicky Iii.in.1. The to Etc thrown off Darric the air oct of w Effort rally the throng old find a if devoted to thit Papen by Are Mach More prolific r or five Dinar Ait a suited together in Fame mar be perfect one ten if Bat re . Feb. 10. Bill to place Gen. To smut on 1114 tired came a. But in of Dogma was Over without losing its on the Calendar. The pension arrears was again taken in Matey reamed Hlin a irks la of amendment i Wulf a favor of the of the Mehicic War person hot. Reported a Resolution calling on to of War u to whether the dam fun the ii prot i act of the Fox and deceits in air Wlack a of Warni Winnebago timing the fall of 1531, and i. Carcot Btu lowered adopted. The to Len went into of the whole Krs. 13. Following Bills passed to pro for the of lauds of India i in to Amend articles of War i Posia a Lim it Tjoa of two from to Btu Date of Balletic Cut to provide for due Fon Loni re military for be of the a Louiia diem Len. Of the Coli Federated if the United Scales ult Iier the Trcic a of w pro Mijc i Sta Uit ajar Cultura Jand for South Era l to Indi in in lieu of the in Utah instead of in the i Ciuti it la Plata i to in Colorado and new Iti Tjok to in the Bare St i la Tollit entry. Afr Irie Cutic the Ilu Alfi adjourn to. Bills wife introduced hid or l Ais Jinnu or housing a tbt1 Terri to revolutionary i pcs Viiu for we Ernect v pro potty to a . To Litick Sci it Hall be Peutl tied to u or Froia the treat urn for ii Iuar whip h it May Rai Racior thai to c Cate sect Viive of Jyri tul Turo f Mocini Iichi and Laines to Aiken Duent to the Bill for the if cult ii j was concurred a. Or. Frt in Seconi Mitzi e on ii sri a Ture reported the bi1 Thi Powers of Thi or. From tie Sam a Bill to pc vent the san re reported j be of Bill wus a Joist mid the Louic a in timed. Tie oat 14. Motion of sen. Imus funds m Lake us Jit bul out of Oiler if the to Prici boiled with. I pm the i or tue peo l in a Tours Resolution Vittone up and san. Iid nut 1-5 again muted to with the anti Jan Gainy Bill 1m Aid be would not a vote m the motion until opera in actors. Who had Iven Zotico of Pescio on uth Tir to Day ,.i l Linn Liear-1. The then inform idly Insil aside and sea. upon Tbs to upon the improvement of the Colorado r n . The committee on j Tai wiry. Reporto l the Bili it veil pc tons living in a state of a Poty Pimp irom Holdi Njau Oft t1 of or pn. n on u of the i Lii Teil , and from Seiil delegated to or. Ortli. From till is Jura for he opinion us to wet Thor if u Arren pc intr Alonso burned or Chas. Carroll should be arrested in Tho Jeri sub e upin.-, without having committed any crime the English Gox Erni nuni by a rent of Cwi pus could Lai fully Datum ind hike prion without anal or could the Stati or. Ortli a of Meridy the Resolution Adi Isio the president to commune Alt Pond oct with the in Gli the department to reference to the o Connor of Tho i cited now ii Niiori Joae Ireland. Or. The papers re Fem d Hall already ii Eti for by .1 previous re solution. The hint is Fuiell to by the re Oulu of upon the tiifali.-, 7i to til fall in Lea e. The Aea Aie a tip port of i proposed Linen Clinent to the pen ton arrear re Wintion Ile Claring in pm Inions Toa Viviin of the Indian prior to the anti polygamy Hill up and proposed by the Quint Nitter in juju. Ciary were and a Jeriod to up to the fifth auth crimes the president to no Nesty to of of tender guilty before the pos of in of bigamy poly Pimp or Smy unlawful , on such Cadi Toita us he shall think proper at this Tatj of the proceeding 3 debate after several to secure an fur a vote of the with Tuo Ioas to ii Journ it was finally arranged that the should be proceeded with immediately after tie morning by finess to Morrow debate upon it to to Honeil at . This understanding hour dispensed Iritz ten Hoits c Canji iteration of the apportion ment Bill Ami or. Herbert continued i in opposition to any in i in Mei session Ilia afternoon there were read Ami refer Reil the nominations received me just two the Uii Liuro Cuin unit tee unanimously reported Back the nomination of major bloc itaster Lor Watt general Ali army favourably. The com Ciatteo after m Iliff Heater from Ali re fee the of Hoige. Hill was then taken no and the. Per film were proposed ind Defeated by decisive ote Iii a Fierro of its the Bill by a t i i vote in which no m up tire repponse3 were bean. The pension arrear Laid Over a unfinished committee to audit out of the death ind of the Lato president ii Arfield reported a Bill Grantins pen Sion of a year to mrs. Fairfield w bul bras to scr. And Voto taken on the Aine dment offered Brander 6iiq, Fitin the number. The Aniene mini Wax air Rcd toss 102 lot. The representatives arc distributed among the 5i veral Alabama a Calif Orain t5 Connecticut 4 Florida 2 20 1 1 York a a Maine 4 12 Minne Sota. It mirvour., it Xcvi a i Jersey 7 Arkansas 5 Colorado 1 i Georgia 10 in Dana. 13 7 Bijou Isian 5 Missouri Michigan. 11 Mai Trippi 7 Nebraska 3 2 sctt York in Yorth Carolina 9 Oregon 1 Penn sch Fatta. -8 Rhode Island South Carolina 7 Tennesee 10 Texas 11 Vermont 2, Vir Ginia 10 Mexico 4 win Conidia 3. General Assembly of Ninny Lek Amonjr the Hills introduced in the vere by cation to provide compensation for mayors acting aft just ices by Hartshorn for an increase in the salaried of state officers., the greater portion of the Day in the Senate tvs taken up discs six the Bill to create a dental department in the state University which waa ordered for a third Reading. A Bili in the Senate relative to corporations. The Bill auow3 Railroad Corper Lions to incur liabilities in any amount to without to the amount of their capital in the same manner insurance companies allowed to Asa urae unlimited committees reported in the Senate favor ably on the substitute for a Bill in refer to the improvement of the Missouri River anal on the Bill inc was inc the of county superintendents diverse it on the Bill the of land be to the agricultural College a Bill pawed to legalize the Sale of cer Tain school land in Aila Makee county. The Moore committees reported on the Bill visit of the county school Favora Bly on the Bill enabling directors of inde pendent districts to insure school property adre Riely on the compulsion of with Essen before fax Prahor on the Bill in relation to Stock running Aifa Vor ably on the Bill to protect railway pm and others from rowdies far Ora Bly on the Bill relating to Bridge taxes on the Bill to prevent danger to Boman life on the the Bills introduced in the House the Foll Winje by to Aurelia Cherokee count by requiring the. Hating and Assw Zients of moneys and credits and to inn ish frauds therein by mall or to Aulbort ii Hail insurance companies by son compelling school boards to procure fuel and properly Bouse a by Ermas re Ift Tite of Tenae Infin such by Pitcher to prevent the spread of ale Imra b to Preveat time of food. Of a. 11. Bill to Chance the election in even can Bercy Tutu the Bill the Law to of we indefinitely of a Board of inspectors to adjust and Settle with countr . Little except read into Bills was done. A Rakinic for the establishment of it woman s Reform tort i Stith Tion and a special commission to prepare a Law thereof was adopted. The Bill Hejja Lizida incorporation of the town of Dayton Webster county passed. The Farmers in the legislature Are talk ing of adj Junni font before the huh of March. Mosway feb. Were introduced As Fol lows for the Lery of a half Mill Tsz to Reitt Imirse the reveral Revenue fund of the state for Money paid on account of War debt in relation to school House insurance to require the railway Railroad Cro Spinx disputes a substitute for the second proviso of dec Tion of the As to fire in Hay by Rau reads. Be ways and Meaos Como Pittee reported adversely of the Bill in reference to time of paying tales. I col of mus Catine Oil ered a minority report. The Bill to injure the better education of the dental profession parsed under in Siun of the rules. The Bill to reduce the rate of to per cent elicited considerable disc Tsiou the Senate and various Mead men were a tiered but voted Down. The Bill was ordered for a third Reading. The Enate evidently favors the Bill presented. The Bill passed relating to thai bonding of county indebtedness. Reported favourably on debate Bill relative to corporations Attr pecuniary pro5t also on joint Resolution in favor of the Hennepin canal. Giong the Bills Intro danced Ivere the Foh owing to enable boards of super j to Levy to Aid county Auricula ral societies relating to salaries of Coli nov 5uperintendent5 to provide funds for the establishment of Public libraries relating to condoning offence of seduction by pro Viding thai defendant in addition to mar must All the costs giving cer Tain cities All the Bridge Tai levies by county authority and collected Wii in Cut. The Bilto Amend chapter the sixteenth loser Noblr providing for the establishment of Superior courts in cities of certain size paired under suspension of the Ano the Bill requiring directors to set out Trew on school grounds and the Bill to Amend Section of the Coile to exemptions from providing the person entitled to exemptions forfeits no right by allowing Levy to be made on his property without objection. Ire. 14. Forenoon it we i orc Fertl that the pre ident pro tem., be elected to Morrow at 11 o clock. The Judie Arv committee reported in favor of the Bill exempting sewing n Chine und attachments from execution. A joint memorial to Congress in favor of the Ilene pin canal was adopted a memorial in favor of the improvement of the Missouri River. A Bill providing for new trials in Crimi Nal cases when new evidence wih discovered. Passed a Bill reducing the Legal rite of interest to s per cent. The joint Resolution introduced by or. Hall for adjournment March 10, parsed. a Uia Jorv report in Favoron a woman suffrage amendment to the Constitution. Comuni Ittzes reported in favor of the Senate Bill reporting a Ash Way Law and Ngai Nat the Bill reducing the rate of in Ereat and against repealing the Law re regarding tree plan Ting. Bills wore presented to prevent the rail Road com parries from taking property aug to give the children of Iowa soldiers free education at the state to prohibit foreign corporations from do ing business in this state unless incorporated Ander the state Iak. A Bili authoring cities to change their the Bill to reduce the school fund in Terest to 7 per cent was ordered wednesday. Feb. 15. _ Bill was presented regulating the Sale of Grain in Wakeho astir elevators Cei Juh to Carrr the Grain. Tho committee reported against the Bili prohibiting Corporal punishment again t the bin Rector Section too of the revision of Isio re lating a Jet of landlord Ugai ust Ignant. A Bill to nepotism by directors was passed. Senator Henenway of Blackhawk elected president pro Tern of the Senatu. Committee reported in favor of the Bill providing for a Board of com missioners to whom petitions for from the Penitenti Urr shall be referred a Rio in favor of the Bill granting a new Tel on newly discovered evidence. J site a Penna Ion was created of or. In twin of Lee Coutv. Ris no to a or privilege. Last Friday a Bill inf the Senate exempting from articles of in corporation of Railroad companies the estimates of liability and the amount of equipment Bonds to be issued. The Bill came to the House Friday afternoon and morning the Bill Given to Elerick acting chairman of the rail Road coning uses by the clerk of Iho com Mittee in favor of its passage signed by or. Roll As chairman and the Bill was reported by cleric pc. Saturday it was quickly discovered that the Bill had not been before the committee at All and the alleged report was probably a Fraad As or to the Bill and h now in Chicago. Air. Irwin asked for a special committee of investigation and the speaker appointed Irwin Hubbell. Snoot Maxwell and Davidson. Thl esd at feb. 1c. Remonstrance was read from the Tate association against that part of the prohibition amendment rein ing to Beer and wine. A joint Resolution waa adopted in fever of Brid Trei on the River a Omaha. The Bill allowing cities to change their names was the Bill regulating the admission to practice in court was taken up by actions. The supreme court exclusive control in the matter. Remonstrance from the brew ers association the prohibition amendment was read and ordered printed and referred notwithstanding the Amend ment was adopted by the Home yesterday and has gone to the Senate. Special committee on the alleged crookedness in regard to Senate file 78, re ported and was empowered to Send for persons and impression a that nobody but the clerk of the Sii rpt with the forgery. The Bill providing for the election of an Alderman at Laryce in first claw cities where the City is composed of Paru of different Towie hip Alec Man a Large must come from different town Whipp. The committee on Normal schools re ported Ina Titt the of a More state Normal schools in this state. Giren top by doctors. Is it possible that or. Golfrey is no and at Worff Ana Cut Cal by of Rimp o a remedy i Joa it w tronc that be is Catir Elv cured and with nothing bet hop and Only ten Days ago doctors him no mini he most bit s .1 go Tai and for my poor know hopi Are an Rock Liat went to the work Home and delighted the inmates with Hia acting. He said it we a natural thing for him to do As he had been singing to poor Hotea Ever since began his career. The Newark n. A sunday Cruwys one of our Cincinnati cites the Cue of or. Harleman of the Louis-1 Ville of ukr who cured of Rheum Tiara by Jatoba Oil. His wife cured of by the same article nod Grerr member of his family of or act by the great Lorenor sixty Miles pm Cher the Ike it vim the Tori Vic. The by to lost the ku4 for the t fur of the inter Ocean. Dakota aug. Fargo Bismarck along the line of the Northern Pacific Railroad a Ance something More than 200 lies the great theat Belt of the country Sorel cling rom the of Tivitt British possessions on the North to an indefinite Point southward. I salted to see. This Golden Belt As we passed through it and colonel Hobart the Peiin Tennent of this Divis Ion of the Sorth trn Pacific invited me to eat with him upon the cow Catcher of the engine. Accepting the inv Tion i Iva sobered an uninterrupted View of the country at the Erp Etise of considerable nerve did exertion. There was a twinkle in the Sui week s As we got aboard and he took Advant age of the situation to demonstrate the running capacity of a Northern Pacific engine. There Are Good reasons to suspect that the train was ahead of time when it stopped at the next Sta Tion some thirty Onilea away for no Bunnin being Ever Rode any faster than we did through the Milek of Harvest Fields that stretch on Eitner aide of the track from Fargo to Valley City. The Aback of of Grain looked like a yellow ribbon and the Golden stubble like a Robe of Satin spread for leagues upon the ground. The Bright turf along the track made a Border of Emerald to the Field of Gold and while the Strain upon the nerves was intense the of the picture was compensation i thousand fold for the danger of the adventure. Seven years ago 1 Croas this country and then there but one my Mack a email Cluster of houses around the Barracks of fort Seward. Where is now this thriving City of Jamestown. In Owall along the line of the Road at intervals of ten or eleven Miles Are Busy towns with White houses Well stocked stores elevators and pretentious hotels and Between the towns among the Grain Fields comfortable looking farm houses surrounded by huge barns. Where then were nothing but Miles of unbroken pathless Prairie Gray and forlorn Are now Miles of ripened wheat Fields yielding Twenty and Twenty five bushels to the acre of the finest Grain known to the no. 1 hard. From the time the Road wits built until 1s77 the country Lay in a sort of comatose state when a few settlers be Gan to come in. A few acres were cultivated for Home co sump Ion and the pioneers waited for the Boom which came a year later in 1s7s. Then the houses commenced to Cluster together in spots Fiona the natural disposition of Humankind he animals to live in herds and in 1s70 we began to hear of springing up upon the Plains. The ambitious Young towx5 of Castleton Wheatland Tower City Valley City and Jamestown Are won Ders of growth and the statements made of the amount of business trans acted at them seem almost incredible when one remembers that four years ago where they now stand the smoke of a Chimney could not be seen for a distance of thirty Miles. In Civiss county where the Boom commenced by the census of 1sso, there was a population of peo ple and As the last has been the most rapid year of its growth that number has doubtless doubled. Seven years ago there were but few houses and no form th-3 Ico non Der cultivation and the production of wheat will be More than Bush Els. The Nii Road lands Here Are nearly All taken up but there Are still to c acres of government land open to Homestead and Preemption Settle ment. Then Corne county adjoin ing Cass on the West with about a Mil lion acres not 6nc of which was under cultivation seven years ago. This year about acres Are being harvested and the yield of wheat will not be less than a million bushels. Valley City the county is a thriving place of population and is growing at the rate of fifty families a Mouth. Stutsman and Judder counties Lay ing farther West Are being rapidly developed and live years trom now will add their millions of bushels to the wheat yield of Dakota. Ji.1r.-Hau, held of Chicago owns a farm of three full sections 000 acres thirty Miles Northwest of Fargo and it is in charge of a or. Snaith from Chicago. O crop has yet been harvested frown any part of it but the new land is being slowed to Plant in the Spring. One of the prettiest places along the Road is that of or. Williams of fort Wayne ind., whose land adjoins the Dalrymple farm. His buildings and equipments Are is Good As the Best a the country but his crop this year fill not be very heavy because of the late and wet Spring. He has about acres in Grain. Major p. H. Snyder a Young gentle Nia from represents .1 company that owns acres of the most valuable land in this country. U lies Between Fargo and Jamestown on the line of the Northern Pacific Road and it was purchased for j2.75 a acre. It lies in three tracts one acres a second of acres Ana a third of acres. It has not yet been broken but the plows will be put into the turf this fall and at the next har Vest it is expected that there will be or ready for the Thresher. The 3teele Fahm Weir cis5ukck, is one of the most celebrated farms. Or. Steele a Young Man who came Here from four years ago. Northern Pacific Railroad which he had purchased when it Wae Worth but Twenty on a Dollar and under the rules of the Railroad company he exchanged it for lands at . Thus his land Cost him Only about 75 or so cents an acre he put in his first crop 1s79, 400 acres of wheat which yielded 26 bushels to an acre. In 1sso his acreage was in wheat and it averaged is bushels to the acre tie greatest yield Ever known upon so extensive a tract. This year he has 2. Soo acres in wheat and it trill yield about 20 bushels to the acre. The enormous crop of last year be ing yield of of wheat from acres of land made or. Steele s farm famous and he was offered an acre for it Bat refused even this extravagant Price. He has Laid out a town to be celled Lecle. And it he been made the the town Lota have been in the Market about six i reeks and Worth have already been sold. There other form or face line Between James Tom Bismarck that produce v Irell As that of or. Steele and i Bear of Large Beikof made on the line for blowing this fall. There Many Large Tracu the Ion that Bare already been broken this season and As equally Good land can be purchased Here at a Mireh Price Una it brine at Faijo the to new co Tenan pro corns. How to Rtin. Very few boys know How to run. Say a dozen boys. Join bring on the boy that can run faster than i but Stop moment. I Don t mean that most boys can t run mean they can to run far. I Don t believe there is one boy in fifty of those who May read this who can run a Quarter of a mile at a Good smart Pace without having to blow Lisa porpoise by the time he has his distance. And How Many boys Are there who can run fast or a Lois. Is f ill mi1" tvs Hont it hardly Speaks Well for our race does it that almost any animal in creation that pretends to run at All Cau outrun any of us take the smallest terrier dog you can is sound and not a Puppy and try a race with him. Hell beat you badly. Huh run a third i Aster than you can and ten times As Hir and this with legs not More than six inches Long. I Home a hound so Active that he new Una runs at least Sev Enty live Miles when i stay a Day in the Woods with him for he certainly runs More than seven Miles an hour and if i am gone ten hours you see he must travel seventy five Miles of distance. And then a Good hound will sometimes follow a lox for two Days and without stopping ing More than three Hundred and fifty and he will do it without eating or bleeping. Thea May have heard How Orue of the Uii mers in the South african tribes will run for Long Dis of he us and making very few stops. I make these comparisons to show that our boys who can not run a nuk1 without being badly winded Are very poor runners. But i believe i can Tell the boys something hat will help the i to run better. 1 was a pretty old boy when i first found it out but the first time i tried h i i pii1" fun i n Oue Cash and i a. Not weary nor blown. And now i m going to give you the secret Walliz Tami Yah your is i i had been thinking poor run ners we Aie and wondering Why the can run far and u to me that perhaps this might account for the difference that they always take air through the nose while we usually begin to puff through on Mouths before we have gone Many rods. Some animals such As the dog and the Fot do open their Mouths and Pant while running but they do this to Cool themselves and. No because they cannot get air enough through their noses. I found once through a sad experience with .1 pet dog that dogs mus die if their nostrils become stopped. They will breathe through the Mouth Only while it is forcibly held open if let to themselves they throw Fth the nose. Always breathe so possibly we Are intended to take All our breath through the nose unless drives us to breathe through tie Mouth. There Are Many other reasons Why we ought to make our noses furnish All the air to Pur lungs. One is the nose is filled with a Little Forest of hair which always kept moist like All the inner surfaces of the nose and parti cles of lust that would otherwise Rush into the lungs and make trouble Are caught and kept out by this Little hairy net work. Then the passages of the nose Are longer und smaller and More crooked than that of the Mouth to that As it Nasses through them the air be comes warm. But these Are Only a few reasons Why the nose ought not to be switched off and left ule As so Many noses Are while their owners go puffing through their months. All trainers of men for racing and understand this and teach their pupils accordingly. If the boys till try this broaches with accelerated Speed. Tue Public first suggests to itself then half Aegina to think then is persuaded that t he paid out too dear for its whittle. The Public learns that the is not run Lor its exclusive Benefit but that he company also expects to make Money out of it. The discovery is made that the Railroad is not a purely philanthropic Enterprise. Pay Day Lor he Bonds and mortgages approaches. The boundless benefits including in creased values steady markets of rapid communication the Prosperity of the country Nave Bernie de and thread Bare facts they have lost their Novelty they Are Ola they seem As if they had away been like the beauties of nature. Then a hos tile feeling arises. People who had formerly Ridden by stage Coa h at the rate of s atty Miles a Day. And paid from fix to ten cents a mile Coo Plain that the railroads which run Coo Miles in Twenty four hours do not make fast enough time and that Lour cents a mile is extortion. Those who used to draw wheat forty Miles to Narket and sell it for fifty cents a Bushel com Plain of the Cost of transportation Tough Thev sell their wheat for a Dol Lar forty complaint is made that the Railroad officers gave passes and free rides and everybody who cannot get one becomes an enemy of the Railroad for that Rea son. In the end hostile orders Are formed. The grangers arise in their wrathful might. Destructive Legisla Tion like tie Potter Law is d. The Public Faith guaranteed to use Railroad in inception is broken a blow is aimed at the general Ity credit is impaired capital is scared and withdraws its supplies Froni the channels of Commerce and Industry disaster and collapse ensue the Road goes into the bands of a receiver or in to bankruptcy and the paralysis of hard times Settle Down upon every Enterprise of Trade of labor and invest ment. This is not a fancy sketch. It is drawn on the Harj lines of facts and experience. It a its lessons Al of which May Well be heeded and be a guide for the future. Bushel at a distance of rods from their granaries. In a met Shell. Plan they will soon see what a differ ence in will make in their endurance. After you Havo run a Low Rod holding your Mouth tightly closed there will come a time when it will seem 05 though you could not get air enough through the nose alone hut Don t give j Jear up keep right of and in a few moments you will overcome this. A Little practice of this method will go far to make you the Hesi runner in the neigh Jii Chota. The three epochs of railroads. The life of Man has seven stages says Shakespeare. Kai roads have three epochs. 1 hese epochs Are Well defined they Are Complete each in i Seif their chronological order is never varied. The first is the formative period or it May be 30 called. The people of a Section of country want a Railroad. Every body wants it. There is no Divi Sion of sen limit. Public meetings Are held and the enthusiasm is Only sur passed by the Una fruity of set quient. Every variety of local Aid is voted town Bonds farm mortgages Stock subscriptions Are issued and the right of Way a freely Given across the most valuable farms and through cities. 5b sacrifice is too great for the purpose of securing the Road. Eternal Friendship is pledged to its interests the com Pany the corporation the Monopo is regarded As an unseen hut be Wigent Power like that blessed fro i Jewice Vilius. Ouatu refreshing Rallio and Sunshine which brings seed time and Harvest and which beautifies and re freshens the the Dew of the morning the second epoch is like the first. It is the construction epoch. The Road is being built. Gangs of hands Are dig Ging and grading Over lines of Road Hay. Town Sites Are Bein selected. The country villages begin to bristle with activity and use As the roat Points towards them with a Prospect that they will be reached in a few months or a a year or two. The whole country from where Tho line starts to in terminus shows of direction for labor for teams for pro visions and other supplies for tied and for everything which enters into the construction of the Toad. Especially the Price of land advances. Farms in crease or 50 per cent in value or thear value is doubled. Farmers pre pare to put in big crops As they will find a Market for produce at their doors or at the depot afew Miles away instead of hauling Grain and Wool one or two Days distance at a Cost nearly or quite equal to the Sura for which the Load will be sold. The Road is Ai length completed. The rejoicing is general Rubric meetings of congratulation is held. The first train through is welcomed As an army of de Liverance a welcomed by a people in bondage. Everybody feels Good. It is True also that every body 3 expectation As to the Benefit of the Road Are realized. A Good and steady Market is provided for produce at which formers Jet the same prices for Grain which were previously paid fat a Uke canal or River Point fifty or eighty Miles away. Faey buy necessary goods As cheap a they room do in the Gre it cities paying As much Twain owing to the Cost of Tion. The people can go and come on the More Twenty five acres of tobacco have been grown at Putney it. Which claims to have raised More than any town in the state of a Massachusetts. A correspondent of the Lineal advises fruit growers to use old Straw for a mulch for strawberries when applied in the Spring to keep Down weeds As in a dry time the Straw docs not set the Down to the ground. G. F. Takes. Patterson. X. Y., has the Only established Herd of esd polled cattle we know of. The female he retains wishing to increase his thoroughbreds there Are about the country a goodly number of breeders of grades from his bulls. A new use for sorghum seed has been discovered. Glucose pm be pre pared from it As Well As from Corn and it i estimated that Ponds can be made from the seed grown on one acre. It is thought that the discovery will by the added profits arising from the Sale of the glucose make the Cul Ture of Sor Hutn for sugar a profitable business. A new yorker who has grown Rich by dealing in has a room in his new House decorated with tapestry panels which Rye and Barley in full growth Are represented. The Wood work is carved to represent Corn and wheat and the curtains Are of wheat color with a Border of Field daisies he ought to have a few gazing wistfully at those raises. The old Man sighed As he took the Golden haired laughing boy upon his Knees and stroking his shining . Usu Iii ii i Aice to feel like a Little Johnnie ceased his laughter and looking by up into i s face in marked Why Don t Yon get Niaura to up tick. You sir. , of midi., credits some kind of Worms with the they stripped the Trees of the bearing year which of course prevented fruiting but the next season when apples were there was a heavy crop and this Desir Bible change has continued permanent up to the present time. Vermont has the Model Farmer. He does his own wort on the farm and spends his Winter evenings at knitting and sewing. His evening work so far this Winter consists of four pairs of double mittens a quilt containing 028 pieces and one containing pieces and he is engaged on another Calico mosaic. A Canadian paper relates this Siroj Nelson Brown going along the Camp Bell settlement Road lately was set upon by a. Puck of and saved his 3ife by climbing into is tree. Hia horse was eaten up and not a Bone or fiber was left to Mark the scene of the feast and the hero of ibis occasion was found in the tree the nest Morsing Fay some pasting indians and a wild Man of the Woods has been discovered at Leer Germany. His name is Wichert Janssen. He left civilization some years ago and has since lived in what is called the logs Biruli an Woods. When discovered his in her Twaite and his hair grown to in enormous length. He reacted All efforts to bring him Buck to , greatly preferring his present Mode of Iffe. Rodney Wallace of Fitchburg mass., has Giren to Smith College North Hampton a f scholarship to help indigent he has also Contri buted to Aid in building a music Hall and for the Art collection of the new Art gallery. The gift of is to be a nucleus for a fund of which the College officers will Endeavor to establish for the assistance of those students who need help. Two sons of Erin shovelling on a hot Day stopped to rest and exchanged views on the boor uus is mighty Izard work we re it is ind mighty Ade of emmy but what kind of Tau to Ith their of Preti Orny ride with their own team a considering the value of time and other All the advantage of the railroads ate appreciated ims its value admitted. Us bin epoch then of Over eaten tarty in Row h work is is like if you could get said the other leaning reflectively on his shovel and wiping the respiration from his brow with the Hack of his hand for a Nice Aisy Clane in anew i think i would like to be a an agent for the Sale of sonic House hold article attempted to mount the Steps of a House recently but the dog around the and took n Ball Yard of cloth from the Back of his Coal the Man was slicing out. When the owner of the House came wed did doze dog bide you did t bite me but. Ruined my was the reply. My Good excuse doze dog if he did t bite he ish a Young dog now but by and by in shall take hold of some agents and Der Bones ride out of them. He bides a coat now but he shall do Petter r a boy walked into an office recently a pocket Book in his hand and inquired if or. Was in. That s my name

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