Cedar Rapids Times

April 22, 1869

Issue date: Thursday, April 22, 1869
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Previous edition: Thursday, April 15, 1869
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Cedar Rapids Times, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1869, Cedar Rapids, Iowa ,f lite -Times- PUBLISHED BVEP.Y TITCItSDAY. OFFICE 22 FBAjreirJT BtOCK. TERMS QFiSUBSCRIPTION: CEDAR RAPIDS ONE YEAE VOLUME 18. Poetry; CEMR RAProSJD-VTA, [fflURSDAY. APRIL 22, 1869., Business" Directory.1 CHURCHES FirstPresovterlnn. J Kuos Tuslor Second Piiftor Methodist...........'., Episcopal..................-----------------Pastor Poster .Shadow. U.f. M Gordon-1'aator CITY OFFICEHS. Mayor.................................A.II IVcst -Lnuruncu City Attorney...........------1 K'AVliittnin, Esq. Treiuuror and Collector___......Uoiij. Ilnrrldon C Humau Strout Commissioner------.......It It WhitouacK WE SHALL BE LIKE HIM. We shall bt IIKC Him Oil! beautifu thought! Well may our souls into rapture be wrought; After the sorrow. woe and the.tears Wo shall be hko Him, vhcn Jestts ap- pears. After flic conflict, in peace to'ait down Aftor th'o cross, to bo wreiuhed with tho-crown, After tho dust and the soil of tho With Ilim, aud like rum, forever to at.y. Never again shall tint throbbing head ache, .-Never again shull .tht beating heart break, -Never the task ih-op from wearying hands, Nor ihc feet ever'.fall in the brightest of laud. Never Khali sin. with the trail of its shame, love's sunlight, op chill its DISTRICT ACOUNTY OFFICERS District Kutlirock, Tiplon. dual Judge.............Sylvanua Gutns.Tli'tw County Auditor-.........A. B. Ulimojit, Clarion .Clerk ofDlflt. Court......A J McKoan, Jlnrlon, County Treasures____.__IE County J Daniolb, Jlarlon. Coroner........____A Lniminco Collar (i HayzlcH, Marion, District Attorney....Vm G Thompson, Jlnrloii. .CARD. TT BENSETT. "MERCHANT-TAILOR, over rTi Gillette Store, No, 23 Commercial Street, opposite Aiaoriciut House. HENRY D. SMITH. A ami Notary Public. llTi Block, 2nd .Floor. R. H. CltMORE, TTOHXEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW w ickuyo Curuur, nil Stutc No. 1 lowu Avuuuo, (Jiuckuyo I Practlco In nl Courts. DR. F. M'CLELLTJD, DUYSICIAX ASD SUBGIiOX; Olllco mi [own t Avnnc, lu tho ComiUiig Iloom ot'tlio Codar W. EDES, ryiYSIClAN SUKCEON. Olllco on C Washington Street between :llo Avumio ,llll Llun Street. Saviour, oft grieved in tho houau of Thy frUntl9> Wo will not wound Thoe, when Earth's frail life ends. Death! 'tis this thought dooa away with Thy sting, Makes us triumphant, to-mcot Thee aud sing, Glory to God! When t.he Jordan is pfisacd, We shall gp hotne, and uo like Him at last. Master also we've often do'med; tho world scorned, we've shruuk; from Thysi'lo; Yes, blessed Jesus, Thou knowesi Thy love, aud help us with graoe from ubovo. When Thou rapturous- thought I Well may 'o. 35 Iowa s iloon- above Tout Otllco. All of ruimlrlng [loin reasonable JAMES J. CHILD, ._ with' setting fire to a village, by which meanSjhfi detojed the Tvar- iors a; fort which guarded the leading to tbelrieedly territory, and then made cape directly through the deserted brtress. Jack is evidently "of a cunstian .urn of rnind, docs not sweai, and akes pleasure in ervice. Nevertheless, .he does otliko missionaries, will-not-allow hem on the island, and.declares hat Father Damon_at nd Mr. Brown on one of the Nav ;ator islands, aie the only ones vho have 'done the natives any eal good. He charges the others vith covetousneas, inhumanity, and ther nameless villianies. Fourteen years ago raveler, who helped found-the first ewspaper in the Sandwich Islands ffurcd Jack S700 it ho would le- urn.with him to Boston and relate is story .in detail, in order that a ook might made oi it. Jack eclined, but now, as ho; wishes to nak'e a little money, he is .quite eady to accept such" a on. -lie intends to 'go to New edford in a few days to visit cer- ain whaling captains of his ac- uaintance whom he. expects to find icre, and hopes' to get funds nough to buy some tools, ainmu- old newspapers with lories .in them, to take back, with im; for thu next November will oubtless ri.id him far on his way o his island kingdon, as he declare e 'would not spend a Winter "in" liscold climate for half the City f :Cannibal or the 'Walking or 'Jerry as he variously called, possesses, a aivelons memory, and careful in- uiry into his his history shows ,at" about thirty-two years ago lere lived in-Rochester.'a tough ttle chap, who was "the youngest on in an American family of four oys and four girls. Born in a A MASON P. MILLS, TTOItNEY AT LAW, Olltco oiipcutlto tile "cuur Totit Office, Iowa ATonno, Cv A. ST. CLAIR SMITH, t TTOKNEl" .t COVSSELLOU AT LAW A Cedar liujjklc, Joiva. Olllco rrnill; fin Block. -If I. N. WHITTAM, TTORSBi" AT and U. S. Connnln A. slonor. Codiir Kupilln, linvii Olllco over ishttra Co.'s Store. THOMAS CORBETT7 i TTOHXJSY AT LjVAV, Marlon, Linn Com! A. tr, Iowa. 17.1-I-yl A..V. EASTMANT TTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW, A Insurance and Real Estnta Agent. Office oe y i Particular attention given lo Convojimolns ami B31YT1I. J- B- ro L's SMYTH YOUNG, i TTOKNBYS COUNSELLORS AT LAW, A. Marlon. Lino-Countv, Iowa. Onlco over TwogooC, Elliott J5 Sank. DANIEL LOTHIAN, i TT035SEY AT LAW, Morion, Llun County lowtt. Particular fittontion given to ininl H06S in tno County Court. THOMPSON DAVIS, i TrOKMEYS AT LAW, Marlon. loiv.i, will A practice in all the Courts or Hits State. All attended to promiitly. .Back I'liy, Pcil- (tloas, Ac., Omce East, side of tlio PuWlc Sqnnrc. CTUBBARD BELT. ATTOBSETS AT.IAW, Will practice In 111! tlin Conrla of this Stale and iu tlio United Courts. Xfcer'i Jltoft, Cedar ever A'attonal JlarloiL- N. M. HUBBARD. A. S.: BELT, llarion. C ctltir Y M C A ROOMS In 'Avenvo, id 1 l-mi'Q 7 nn-wp A. 15. GOOUALE, r.......PlTOt. C A-R ClOST 17o. SS, meets Tncscla'y evciilnffs "In tlio C Odd I'ellown Hall. i. II. JtoaixH, Acljt. rost-Cominautlcr. I. O. O. F. CEDAK EAPIDS LODGE. Xo. M1, meet at tbeirllall, overCitvNationalEunk, story every Wednesday crclullfr. IIARBKG. S. G. Wm. Richmond, Soc: A. F. Ko. 25, moots on Mon- day after Full Mooh, at their Hall, 5To. SO Commcrcinl Str, corner Linn story G. F. BBSBTT, W. M- MASON P. JIiLLs.Soc'y. Owing to his knowledge of t.heii many dialects. and his familiarity customs, he is eithei obeyed or feared in many diffcren' island groups, but the special: sea of his powcdis on Oitahu, one the Islands. There white" named chief when Jjaek- first landed, anc there Butcher's skull 'is still ...pre- served. There.-Jack reigns ir naked and native dignity, with hi tappn gircllciand-his feather head dress. "There lie has fourteen wives tf one house, 'besides, many mor on other There be make aws for two thousand islanders ind plans the. Type' savages'of Dominica, another of th1 Islands, with -whoe natives.ho ceaselessly at There arc his double war canoes made of boards -sewed togethe ith cocoamit -sennet, and propel led-14 miles an hour by 300 rowers who not only keep stroke tj th sound of a war song but vary th exercise every -'few moments b; flinging tbeirjpaddles in the.air an catching them as'' they fall wit military precision. It is utterly impossible to, give j APPtE TREES. For silo at tlic Cellar TiVplils XnKerios; situa- ted on tho alarlon Item, one mile onst-orPni-Bons Seminary. one, two ami throe, year old trees, Ben BavK.R. Jannett, Wlncsnn, Jonathan SHOTV, K. Juno.E. Harvest, anil SO-otlieV varlotlos at from 10 to 20 cents'ouch my uclocllon. Also Cherries, Crabs, Grapes, Currants, Gooseberries Evergreens, Roses, bhruog, ,vc., Dcskloa tlio cele- brated dwntfRocky-ilonutaln Cherry.- S.T Select School for Young Ladles MBS. HUNTER, hot will receive tt limitod nrimLor o edqcHte In tho varlonsxljrimchos of E French Literature, D Clttaacs will bo formpd On MOSDAY, Terms ramie known Hunter, tit her-rcaidcnco on Iowa Avenue: DISSOLUTION- npHE COPAHTNEESHIP lierotofOro existing Jl between the undorslgnodMs-thltf -day ack to Rochester. Getting on a Seine steamer, he made two or hreo trips between Harve and louen but one day, in emptying lie hot water pat ot'a le unlnokly pitched A lot of plates md spoons'overboard, -whereupon .he wrathy steward kicked the joor little fellow so soundly with wooden shoes that lie was glad to-scamper ashore. Then the mate if a Scotch schooner took pity on lira, and he tried to repay the mate's kindness by helping to hoist he schooner's anchor out of the ay of tide, which rushes up the Seine furiously. -By some-mishap it slipped, and .ts whole weight dragged a rope through his hands so swiftly as .to ictunlly rasp the flesh from the bones. The captain -ms highly vexed, and drove him on shore again; but the mate and crew sided with tlie little chap, who .had.helc the rope so the schooner in a body, and the captain :iad no small trouble in getting.them back again. In the meanwhile the roung adventurer got his hurts dressed, fell into tho hands -of a old Frenchman, 'who took excellent care of him, and at last shipped on a Swedish ship for a crnise in the Baltic Sea. Near curious of tlie'-next boarding louse aw Jack tore tliirty .years -and istinotly- -remembers the little American bciv on board the X QUILL. "Bnt'Wiikins, "I tell yon, Mrs. 'oing to have it; you' may as: well lake up your mind to that at once. Dantzic.he again, cause to be ben1 him for dealing out too much coffee to-the men. For two days he livec on green'--wheat, and taied to catcl storks.. The second night he crept cautiously on board, and "was jus slipping into his birth wheu th broke at tea, The shell s m it you see Nobody knows that I hare doi> it, I Veep it safe hero in my pottet And here's my ball, in. my pottet, And here's my pennies, one, two, fro _ To-morrow I'll buy a spade, IVhcn I'm out walking with the I can't put dat here-in my.-pottet, But I oan use it when- 1'ro doi it. Here's-somb "inbro- sins iu.my; pottet'1 Here's.my lead, my string, And once 1 liiicl nn iron ring, But through a hole it lost one day And this is what I always A worst 9in in a pottet, it mended when you ve dot it. NUMBER 30.' HOUSE, CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA. Oct T.' M. PARSONS, Deputy County Surveyor, la prepared to do alt work-in that lino on short In the southern part of the .Offlco corner of Sngar andlidoin Streets. CEDAK KAPID3, IOWA. Ditler BUTTER, M Mt Old Stand, Kly's JBlock __ CASH.PAIDT0K COUNTKT: PRODUCE GC. HAMAN, No.SOS Commercial Doakr In DrugB, 1'jtcut Medicines, Ac, The boy. >yho was caught looking into the future has been'arrested'for- trying to see the show without pay. Why was Jonah the strongest man? Beeanse the whale couldn't hold him after he had got him down. Why will young fellows be foo.ls as to; give .their: sweethearts of. their, after they can't help themsel- ves, Tlie fir.std'ay.a little boy went to school tlie'.teach'er asked :hira if. he could' Bpellij "Yes, sir." "Well, how do youjspeil boy as the otherfolks ;do." "Oh, just shall be his. 'I shall no aid." .The word of the kiog was .report- ed to tie Prince and. to the soldiers., The m'essag'e so animated them that 'th'uy fpnght with -wonderful valor, and the youngPrince won the field. .It was a dreadful fray; and when the summer moons ana stars.came out on the August and glim- mered on the field where the French had eleven .princes, and 12 hundred and thircy. thou- sand common soldiers might have and the 'live, who iludj tbivdear life fronf.ihet ;f6r Hambta'fgi 'reached theie went thence to lost all his money, sailed for San Francisco to fill bis "The next thing I know, I sup- pose jou will be parading youisel laitne ipapets as Madime Wilkms the Champion Velocipedest, an( Yunnmgmilo heats on the "Nicholson enieut for hundred dolKi purses best o out of three A beautifu ispecticle won'U-iit be And then suppose you'll TV ant me to bet_on you and back you up, but not on 'cent of raj cash do .you get Not! single, sohtaiy i ed Do'you sup pose I thiow reach a part of the. island the unendura- 0, to him, into a "taboo" 'ble co'ld, July last shipped hard earned money on such fans, tugbtened Vj.--.-j. .L'r.v-i .'..x "iv Taking the'boy to his bosom., .he.) wit. him, proudly declaring that chignon on astiaightlmo lont parting If the head is high, ,hat is, veneration is prominent at lie top, 11 range the hair so is to give the head breadth, and not light- Curls are some per- sons, -while upon otheis they aie >eifectly odious In all cases it is jest to CIVA the shape to which it naSiially inclines If it wai es naturally ovei the forphead, don't brush it flat and straight. If it inclines to lie smooth- y on the fiont, don't fnz7'e it arti icially, the discrepancy is always apparent. Birds and Thrir Use- The following are derived irora coiieet sources ofinfounina tion, of the question how to get rid of the worms Baron "Von Tschudi the well known Swiss naturalist says, "Without buds, successful agi icultnre i" impossible They an nihilate in a few months i greater number of destructive-insects; :than human hands can accomplish in the same numbei ofyejis. Among tb most useful buds foi this purpose miy be clasied the swallow, wien red'breast, titmouse, sparrow anc finch Tachndi tested a titmouse upon the lose bushes of his neigh bor, and rid the same in a iew hours of innumerable hoe Aiobmied bieast killed m the neighboihooc of eight hundred flies in an liom A pair ot swallows destroyec in fifteen' minutes an immense swarm of gnats A pan ofwiens in Unity-six times in an hour with insects in their bills, to then nests He considered the sparrow veiy impoitant, i pair of them carry ing in a single day, 300 worms or catei pillars to then nests certain- ly a good compensation for the few clierrn.6 they pluck fiom the The generality of email birds carry to their j oung ones, during the feed ing peuod, nothing but insects, worms, snails, spiders, etc Suffi cient mteiestishould be manifested by ill to pi event the discharge of fiie aims in theSie A giving a lecture to some boySi was explaining how cine could live .without, air. He then said, .'Yon have 'all'bear'd. of a man does 'that The ready answer wae, be can't sw.im." A raptured writer injures, "What is there under heaven more human- izing, or, if we 'niay use .the. more angelizing, than a fine black eye, in a lovely, women black eyes are, the-ready -answer. TheJate Rev. Dnmel Isaac was both a great smok- er, there you cried a who surprised .liitn iu'his mouth, at your idol "YeSj cooly replied, it." A bacchanal finding- h'is whisky 35 parts'watered 35-parts of spirits, exclaimed: i "They don't give the The English, lighted.their watch- ires, and joyous- strains, of music on fooling with water.until they do populate with it again .Swift was; ono day in company illed the All the army praised with a .young coxcomb, who, rising he boy gathering .around from his a confident im with ringing shouts. The graye j and conceited 'air, would- have ilJkingTeturnedto the merry camp.. you know, Mr.-Dean, I. set'np ''n'l.-inry t.hp 'hnv trt hia bosom; he.! you-indeed replied tlieh take 'my advice, his own tr.ue.son, vorthy of his throne. Among the slain the French side- .was the1 King of Bohemia, .a >lind old man.. -His crest consisted of three ostrich feathers, with .the motto lih die.fi (I This notto w as adopted by the Prince of Wales, in remembrance ot tho ie'd of Crccy, and it baa been al- boice by his successors Aftei the battle of Ciecy the English airay laid siege to Calais, an old French .town on; the straits of Dover The siege lasted eleven pound? ioi ahibit months, at the end of which peuod "TT" ;he soldiers and citizens were ready to peush of hungei and sit down "Where -was Bishop Latimer 'burned to asked a teacher, in'a cbixninanding voice. said a little giil at the bnt tomofthcchss said the teachei, "if Joshuay knows, henia> tell "Inthefire" leuhed Joshua, looking very grave and wise A gentleman from London, on a visit to his hiend in the countiy, speaking of the times, obseived that his wife had lately expended 20 His friend re plied "Here in the country we do not allow oui w.ves to get into such habits. Before a contempiatea attack, a reglnlpnt iionndeung The ernoi of Calais then sent messengeis to asking him on whit tei ms he would accept the tm'ough the mud mYvpryTrtTpar su icndei of the place ihe lung of cbe countr} a compiny became i ephed, on condition that they r J should send him six of the pimcipal bare legged and in their with lope' aiound their ecks, icady foi iramednte execu- tion. The i eply oi the Kmg was repeat ed in the market place, when all the people groaned ind wept At last a noble citizen by the name of Eustace de St Pierie said-that he was willing to offei his life as a bicnflce, five othei men, is noble as he, spoke Th like manner, and the Grovernor conducted them .into. the. picsence of the King The King 01 then named la te execution. But good Queen scattered, and the officer called out to the men to form two deep "Why, hing it i" shouted Out a soldier, up to the knees m soft ciay, "I'm. too deep-already." A shrewd farmer-Mr the Vermont Legislature deolined-answering-the speech of a member who was re markable foi nothing but frothy and pugnacious impudence and self conceit, thus ''Mr Speaker, I can't reply to that'] e speech, for it always wrenches me terribly to kick af.no thing." During, battle -of Bull Kim EG execution. .DHL truuu wuccn- f _ _ PhUppa fell down befoie him, and i Bngadie, General discovered a 7 ,j nnni.eaU.d in i holt" in the with' many tears and much gentle: induced him to spare their lives concealed m a hole in the iound, and ordeied him to joining The man, looking him made a feast for Ml in the placed his. thumb up anditsti.kes me that more of the his nose and icplied LTJIMLBIEJEl! or. Wholesale and Hctail donler In" Sagina w Lumber Office and Yard, No-.' 132 Kingsbury -St., foot of Ohipj North Branch, Plaining dcd ftco. of, in Uerchimt< lllo 'r Co'i Store. 3MCIIL1L.1 TV Does all kinds of MILLINERY WOKE: Including Bleaching Pressing. Town Rbovu .St.T noxt doyr to Lapliom'a Jowolty Store. CEDAK EAPlDo, gv CJK O. Ei THOMAS, GlockSi Musical Instruments, A'c. JlepsirlngrioaUyiintlcxpcditlouslydonc. Special attention paid to repairing Musical ui- strnienta. No. 15 South Commercial St-. CEDAE-BAPJDS, IWA. CEDAR Steani fc CO., Att Kinds of Crackers ifcc Orders promptly attended to and sat Isfacllon guaranteed CEDAR IOWA Bates of Advertising. 18! __ __._________ s 10 r8W 1JW W Con at Uio opt TOTHKKHN01PAL EuBinass Honsos of Cedar Sapldi Wi to to. uinu'ot The of this Directory ieidily Any person wishing lo rvjcerljiin the v of any particular kind of aouses, :of any crrtalm dealers place of businesi, oan do by. glancing OTer.thu eblumn. to make thit complett1 logue of the Of ]f tl -ilanufiictiiroranddoalerliiEpoUABhwJJ'. Groceries.. J--H.- STIBBS. :8; PoilorlnStapleind Fancy TGroeirlM, 10 Avenue, in GrocoriM, Ac. Wholetale 1OOK WHEELER, No. 13i fl Commerdil Clothing: RB. TOMLIKSON, No. 48 CommortlaJ i; i Clothing, Caps, TJ1BI SMKESTONKNo. la'SCdramerdaliL JJj Groceries and [Confectioneries- ccrli i JACOBS, No. 0, Iowa AYOBHO. to Valley City Hotol.-doolcr In1 Family Ore 03 and Confoctlopary. W S. eommorcla QroccrlM, Crockery and rp L Bale and ratall dealer lu- crockory, lampm, GlaiiBwnro, Cutlery, Founders 'and- Machinists. PATTERSON Lino Strctt, Fonndtrt L Maehinostij and. In Agricultural Tito TtndcrMjrilcd Informs the public thit TaUN'SFEBBAGGAGj; ia city. City BoIlTerr; potH or deliver it to nny part or tho cltv. AlBO that ho.m -ostnbllBhod: 8TAXX. AID PEED. A LARGE BOPPLT OJP and ALWAYS ON HAND AT MY lour delivered to any part of city, Free of Charge. BOOK BINDERY! J. C, STOOD AKB BOOK BINDER, Blank Book Manufacturer, AND PAPEB EU1BE; MAGAZINES; MUSIC, CEDAR RAPIDS IOWA P. B. WEAKE CO., dicifKiuLcoMxiaaipxiirb PRODUCE MEECHlKTSl ST., CUICAQO.ILL.. Anderson Pettenger, Denlors In GEOCEKIES, Particular atttntjop pii4 to or. Drennl Drhd-Fru'm Duller, G. me Poullry.uJ Fggn rnkdo OQ aliipmeatfl and rarer to tho fo'.loving partial la tdH forwhom FISH LOPBE FIRST ATIONAL BAMK H R STIBBS W W. TTtLKKR H L. BKYAN, J r CHABLBS Green, Diied Canned Fruit CROCKERY GLASSWARE, StoncS tf'-Ulo tc War c lilglifljl' price paid- for nil kind, j n oju No. 20, Franklin Block, IOWA AVENUE, CEDAR RAPIDS. oodb delivered Free of Charge to all pmrti :of City If The 1st National Bank, Cedar Kapida, Iowa. Thin Bank will buy anil U'nlted State! SoCurities spirit of the Sermon on the Mount was exhibited in the feist, than the old lung suspected 01 should receive credit for Wefincj thatTve see it the good queen the hcid of ihi table, md the men who hid of- feied their lives tosaie then feliow sitting hei And we fancj, too, that we bee an invisible King smiling upon the lovely and upon the six noble men, on that beiutiful summei eve, md Ills Kingdom we nuinbet'1 not among the kingdoms ot the world We would like to tell you raort about the BUck Pimce, how, with a little ai my, he defeated a gieat aim} ot the Fiench itPoitiei, how he took the FicnchKing pnsoner, how he i ode into London on a little blaclv ponj wifh captne king on a noble white steed,