Cedar Rapids Times

February 18, 1869

Issue date: Thursday, February 18, 1869
Pages available: 4
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Pages 1 - 4 of the Cedar Rapids Times February 18, 1869.

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Cedar Rapids Times, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1869, Cedar Rapids, Iowa PUBLISHED EVERY TITORSDAY. OFFICE No'. 22 51! TUJtEE SlOSTllS -feetry. AdvtrtlserQehCj at IciraJ riiica. of flvo TAKE UP THY CSOSS. still onward' the pathway "ig slraiylit-, .-.i -_vnrrow the way to the Beautiful! Gnlo- by thy fellows, ov pressing iilotit, ..Fitlter the goal tbiuo ou'n. Mc-ct every trial of grief and of loss Tiaicntly, up thy cross- breast. A arose, ana wail inerg- .illig'into for a knife .was'plungeclInto the breast of1 guardj -'and -his .gushed forth gore.( 0 .-.-iMTflr-cftV hjLrl chit'clicd life The tliroiit of Ills viutiru. in ojd.erto pro- ve) it' outcry frpiii d.ying, eighteen, juars oi'.age. The.yill.aiu :otitsi'dt 'of'tRe' window- had gVadti? .becojTie_'itiorejvud .more L excited his iiiand through the opening, he pushed back the. %Ks1i." e. .spnnjj.., So c'adtiousiy iiad this ''Beiiri" man and had only donu that the lovers did npt.obseryc the ieaii'ed to their sides, hia..e.ye blazing with so J I J L1J- Hi'now. raised head -.and natural jigbt.and Ins bloody. listened '-atterinvcly; b'dt lio ;s0.nnd tiie knife. tin-rTly way for 11 'attention.' the ce to blooa that is marldig liaising the, corpse> rcnegnde; bore it sorrxe. distant voice of AITcoiioa should deposited it in the dead 'When doing so, Jie exclaimed urge tbou' n-ouldst Had tlic.m Tares nncl affections may buffet thy Greet them as Heaven- up cross- Kno'w tlibu art. Bearing the chunee Only tlic mixrch of ft day m ndvnnco; Over t-ne srrenm, lo! tliu shining ours wail time to outer the Beautiful (Jute. Uearonlins a crown 'for up thj'-; cross. dticvgo Journal. 'A so'od gen oral a! ways leave's Jan; retreat in uiise of do-' ibehbfdiu" him: the oHiec leaped to his feet and are you 'I am known as Mad the Leon, Renegade.' Was the firm response. 'And.what but I find open in; Selected Siscellany. THE RENEGADE'S DOOM- A storm had raged ail day the. 1-fcllowing blast with it andjine particles ol' sand, until .the cloud was'not only .blinding, til! it was Tioxt to impossible fur a human being to venture from under cover without having the verv flesh lacerated or pel-led from bones. Tents lay scattered and razz in every direction, and even clo'oie" quarters had. i -ieTt'led .with their mother Kcn-t Sedg wick ixiin-h such an -ance -is mifv'bt liavc -been expected -h.-ul.4 taiulVi' Sioux Indians so by disposing i of every guard in this There'is tmt-one'-hioro to deal with i think, and he is.biihiinl the quar- ters of the general commanding.' Mad..Xeoii'crapt forward as bc- the soldier, -refurred to shJiredLthe "SiuriC fate as th'e first; his'-cry'was- louder, and was entirely'" unheeded, for a win- dow where a light had been burn- ing was thrown up, and a voice asked 'What is the matter down there i' The dying -man -struggled hard I to speak, but the 'renegade perven- ited, while he answered himself: that I am. aware of.' 1 heard a- cry.' 'So did I it was one of the powling coyotes.' Ko further question was asked 'Then explain and quickly, 1 I willc.'iH the-suard.r i-. lic'jf.'rea- for ..prefeiTing--ia. particular liked it im.era-- b'ersito: -beeh: was i f.nniiipg get to 'world ..with her.. liad fan sh In- C -ijr 1.'. Ill th'eiigh't of Christ's she, opin-- chose-to trike a1 secohd-ha ioa of a niere hi'an as a rule, Due incident related by'Dr: A'pitcherio'f itoateriivJa 'ftifffSf ab- sorbed all the p.iil of jp water jo ;3oi.d of ,am- ly .The'- capacity: ;nVarly' doii bi cdub V: rc'diici.n g '.th-G. er to'- 'ol, IfSRCfr -tlte; "snii 'tanner. ii.-: t A real The round ,of donies.tic of Cedar i WK desire lo call unin ot'attvc'rtisctiicn'fs.' Tbe' n-dvuittftgcs' of.ttiis Directory cnyi be icitdily TJic v.ndcrptencd Informs the --puhH Tirepnre.1 to TRAXSFKR BAGGAGE lion of nny Jionsesjior th 1 of 'Any jcrrtain- imidoso'rendily i i readily .We.disire li'c'onipleic of.'-the oily. promprly. JS.15.lf LAURE2CCE STAEK., U ottti-n 'of' tbo HdvertiBu'r.' regular forthc cxptnjd time. Editorlsl or Speciiil Xodces.'M conta per DISTRICT ACOUNTYOrFICSBS Judjri B Botlirock District R Scott '-dCti___-_____......----A-jt bum WIl.cn .T BttnleU Supr. T -Etlslmrry Gmy Finn PmAvterbn.. (K J Knoi Tulaf the- water should 'always "H puirip up in tiie mor'tiing'b'el'oi-e used. .iajui-ious Soaf Qf, .tfe tgnoii at i.J i 'I will explain. Not, because I i'ea_r your 1 caiiie" f for the single purpose of wom.iinn.g-refit haste came tip; r j i_ _. i_..: 3 __ -i.. aivay this girl to my mountain. find that I must" k'lll you. JJ..V, ChiiHir.mr.IIM-.KevBM'Girdou Tutor in iin'tlc -i; .n-lhes uthern -'art. i.rthc C-ujity. i Olllce corner. Aunm t1-' IOWA.! TQ3ACCQ. ;CIGARS. to .fjibsoj-ibediJ: rfor'-'honrs ie. site Vrette'qted on its'unsafe condition. It was1 and she had1 to dress fora ehairj aiid vv'iis carried over itncl tli'e villian saw that tho light which he had before observed had disappeared. He knew that the .-troiig wind'had ,-extinguislied it, as the window was raised and lie muttered Libia two revolvers. But'a single .shot Irorl by the ruffian and the 'officer fell. 'As lie did so tho Rene- gade seined the girl, and cried 'Go to those whom I sent to their graves years tell them Paul Blac'kburii senf'yon there. 1 inn ho.' He had -sprung' through the win- dow, with Miiriuniia in Ins arms, however, ho met his foe, old Urant. The faintin en was torn from his grasp, maid- and a Imge knifu sent tho pollmed soul of before his Maker. As the blood gushed forth, the monster uttered a few bitter curses 'May the devil me and ami then fell from the .rool'by the side of the .murdered guard. This was not the only'work per- leave that opening before he gets another light, for-1 can then enter.' But.the devil did not so favor formed by Brant. He had him'. The sash crtme-camo dowi the les x incnans macici with fl crasl aml lhu Of UK a assault upon tho place. I tha1. some Of the darkness came on the j This Avindcea.--.ed to- some extent and! f me importance, and ho nheaastcadv s conn set in, almost I terrille as v as the sand tempest day. It' ivas densely dark, :r.nd Uie ruteer.- ;'he..ilwnvs looks so" I don't.-. -iiowe'vpr'low. has ri'slits .-nrid...feel-; In rill coutp.iiliions. let.-.peace' U'e rather ynnr objfct value triumph.only as tho.-hjen'ns of pence. B'ufte'r'w'ithout Salt. On. the question of the proper of salt in responil'ent of Fai-mei' "it is says; -'Salt "is 'a foreign" of-flavor. One -against .it, as: a niat-tci'-rof is'that'the bnttfer; anfj -lias accostome'd .to may recollect disagreeable the un't'il night. mother to s.v.v soiiie stove wood out 'of ra 1- 1-ond ties: --Going'ont'-doo'rsshortly aftuiyshe.fo.iuid .'the- .yon'tlr' sittins: (in ills with his head down. Th'e inot.hei- '-'-asked her hopeful son. why. he- ''.Vit his work: 'r'cp'iii.'i.l-: dear -mother, to sever old 'other.. .ns frcim Scotch'- gapies, w ere --passin M their .costiiniOj a Trenton, i.irtf -the t-c..- ;rl- u .auive in kiits" Mnib tar- had; 'perhaps .b.e.eVi., partaking. 160. ireelyv of "lager, r obsevv'ed, s'econ inte.n.tly..tor '.he -suddenly -cxclaini- lt, Two" AVe's Hoffman and shots, and O: O. F. i> 1BIWTC RAPIDS LODCS; CSB'ATl RAPIDS LODGE. No. 141, .most >l tliut.rJlnU, dory every Wcdnoi.il i -v l J Wm. Kiclimmicl. Sec. l JNO. DATIDISG', O. A..F. A. M.. meets on I'.uy alUr Pull .Vooli, at th'olr -Hall, No. SO ourth Cororocrclnl St.; onrticr Linn St.. 3d slorT BEKETT, W. II- JtAsoK JQUBBARO-A BELT.: ATTORSEYS AT. LAW. Win pmctice In ConrtH of this Stnfo nml in lhu United JJfutCH.- fleer's Mock, Ctdar 1 ovfr Flrnt. Bank; A. S. BELT. "CedarKjipltie, R. H. CILMORE, A.TTOBNET: IjVlV, I'- Town Avuimc. (nuckt'Vu Conier.) till Stute und Fcdurnl PnYPTCTAN' AND '.SlTJiGION'. ODIco M itud Linn StruL't. f Omcp Bflll Store, Cedar an- Govcri.nicat ull Unitvtl StatuH' .ar o.je Jr.r-.v- A'lid fl'iHcou'rit approved On rigrecmont j BOOK BINDER, lifer, AND'PAPEE KI7LER. MAGAZINES, MUSIC, Bfiuiid iantjy stj'lc. .7TCf FrBULLEM; M'.i -0- C. M. rufluiitc nf JlcGlIl Collepc. Moncrcul V7 ol'tliu MontrmiVCicnurnt'ilnHpi'nl.tintt of Ui Va. dw Olilcc-coi-nur Struct and low Avenue, ovorMr. Di-uc Store.- DR. J. NORTH, .Sl'JtCEOX, Office lor'f Commercial St. lomil or promptly 'attendud to. Dr. Coo. P. CARPENTER, HYSICIAN AXI> SlOtGEON, Offlce In J cJi.-uith' over Lob TtijiWd Iowa. ..I..CEDAR..RAPIDS IOWA j HA f DR. 'J: H: CAMBURN, lytt returned from the 'Army, and rt- ,nied- prncrict... reripoclTully tcndurfl hii to tlic public: Ofllcc In, Frlinkllu PLOIFIl TEEB, A KAnnii sorpr.T OF and X uyportioiinf. tho Slut.', 11. CAttt'USTKn. 8. B. STlfiBe. EXCHANGE AN D DEPOS IT 'CARPENTER, STIBBS '3akers M CEDAR IOWA. y Infcrext on Deposits soil SKKT -PttABTS.pn New York, Gliicfigo, 'nnd other pi-incipal the UniLctl States; sell on En'glnnJ, f Ii-elaod, .and all .other i 'Countries of Europe. SELL GOLD' i Discount: arid inaKe Collections-- .-i boast of their skill, whon. out ,pn.c.i Sion, day'oh expedition. a ly-after separating in. I. OfMUnl.'. the v Wholesale Blasting.' A correspondent- ofthe Pittsfielcl "The most thrilling scene that came under my observa- tion was in the Sieri-a; ;Ncvada 'on the 'Control Pacific P.ailroail. Here the road is built on the side of a precipice feet above the base, and the slope is so steep' that the Clur.amcn 'who did tiie work were let clown .in baskets, and-- in this position drilled.noles-.and- charged 'riienvin.the.; side of :the-v.nionntain. At one hnn- ,cli-ed .-.tli.ese charges, coonected, w.ithji fose. Masses of tons fell to Hoffman heard Cowan's g.nn fire oft': he went to .the up. a -deer. He found r. you shoot 'at.jiist now _ along over i: .answer; aivd.diseovei'T 'whure known. C.lipstcil-.-connty -b'ufc2 ler-niakcr, and 'i what! n-ithv "salt1 rind 'coloring mattfiV togeth'ciiy the raate-; rial w; but..whole--- so'me.'p'r ngre.enbie-, toijny .fancy Vlt'-salt :be aifovigiv eleraentin' b'n'-r -ter-w hy is it not equally, so" 'ifr.' 'Terra says. arn 'sure I don't' other. 'whoever is. on-'ef T a hi arri Sammy, ygu'lLainderStand a m nn o'f any- kind; tend to'-S'ny that, 'is none r 7-; v- yotir ther.e took it for a _. 'saniQ.. missett it.' 'riovv.didiyoiumiss ta? i was-notJa'CalT. again. did j'on ever have anoth- "J, mother0' 'M'o mv footfall was lieardi' passed, but the was discovered. The soldier tiie damp. .He dl'nA.dikara that a manner 'nAdikara even death 'hovering so near liim A moment after he turned, and then, paused exactly at the place where the renegade was ly- blbp'd- 'Yes, :ati via at; too. :'oirt', i '-I; .shall h "J-''''' asi-the-avefiger t'of; rejjli'e'd'.'Goware as to a-T-iiiiittcr -ot tastf1.- or.iiaiiia'n'ta! tiouse, .-whose- less g-tldiiig-jand-.more; i i sugar -baker, affiicted and to halve -af; suitable qu'-lntity 'of' it'in'b'a'ttel-'fdr- r ..-i e; oar OE X :C 31 AC 1C, ON BAND AT MY .MILLS. lour- airy-part..of .the city, Free of Charge. B 1TB. WE.4WE A CO., QKMK1UI. COMMISSION -.-TR yoritV Prnduecaadiler. clunilifjf on commiflaion. PNrUclllrtra'.tontfQDpnld to tho HORB, Dried J-lbermlndmoceH properly inStore ,STB.v H.L.BRYAS. [J, F. CHARLES ;-W-JI--H. THOMPSON, DEALUU IN BATCHES', .Seoond ;Door -hdlow Valley City' "Hotel, IOWA. Clock- jind ropilrej." All ro- nl G pT, Mftiiufrtcturpri) nhd JlcRlcrKln W. DEBOLIHCER, HOMC3PATD1C PHYSICIAN S SD respectrully tcTidcni Ills BCr- vlcyi? to tiie dtlzcu'ti of ar.G vlclu- Ity. Olltcu on.Kuagle Street ono WiwhllitrtOD. J7 8-tf JAMES J. CHILD, AT LAW Cutlar practice In tli4 DlritrlcLfSupremeinnd-Fedcnil Lourts. tf MASON P. MILLS, HJTEY OrBtt uiiponito L Olllce, Avontie, Cuuur A. ST. CLAIR SMITH, ATXpHNISY: AT TJCW lowu. Ofllcc yo. 2 Fraulc lin Block. 77, -U I. N: WH'ITTA'M, ATTORNEY' AT LAW. iind U, S, Commit Hloncr, redur ILipidti, lown. Office ovw THOMAS CORBETT, A TTORSEY AT LAW.itarton, Lliin A. tf., Iowa. -.'.1 A. V. EASTMAN, ATTORXEY.Jt COUNSELLOR AT 1 Inrtllnmci! nod Jtcjll Estntc Ascnt. Offlca nvcrClty NaMonnl Bunk, Ccrturj rurr.lcnlar uttunllon glVffl to and N. M. HUBBARD, MnrionV Lliin' Comity, loivn. onicc'otor Hit! iti.io-tr SJIVTII. SMYTH iYOONC, ATTORNEYS i COUXSEIJ.OKS AT LAW. Mnri.m. County. lowo. oace ovu TwoROOll, Ellintt DANIEL A' TTOKXEY AT LAW, Morion, rninitj Purtlcalnr attention gjvon lo 'fourf nusi. in the County (Jourr.r THOMPSON A, DAVIS, ATTORNEYS AT. LAW, Mnrlon, .will practice in nil tlio Cniirtf of Stnlu. All business to promptly.- Back-Pay 'Pen- procured. Ollicc'Eii Public S or 'QUICK'S, ____ hand OFFICE XEAR THE.C. K. W. DEPOT, RAPIDS, CITY j ;_' P.tSEITZ, Corner of Coiutne relit s rnd the Areoiic, ntjii y o AM" s iid'iJl'ktndB'of MUSICAL CeleWt'ed'-Seisjiig'' Maotiaes'. .snow An-un'tiitoried-1 son' 'bf-r'th'e ''forest; .toj slveh a buestion