Cedar Rapids Times

April 29, 1869

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Cedar Rapids Times, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1869, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Tlie Cedar RapidsTimes. PUBLISHED i OFFICE No. 22HttANKLHf BLOCK. TERMS OF UBSCRIPTION: Ut ONEYEA.TC............. 9IXMOSTHS............................ THREE Contracts at iho qptlon' orfaVor SpccInrNoticea; 45 cents par'-Uifc Sara, had needed, any inspir'a- Gibson- "Here Business: Directory. CHURCHES First Presbyterian, (Ji S) ____ Hov J Knos PilBtor Second PrgsbTtorJatl, (OS) Factor Hcv J E Episcopal -Pustor ____ I> H Cooley, U. P. Church.-., Itcv D M Gordon Pasto THE GUEST- le came unbitl; I know not whence, This wondrous giicst, unknown Woro All Bilen.t-nnd unseen ho cnmo Within my door. [e gently.hcnls'my lifo-longrpairj, He charms the frequont-'toftrsitt'ivay, And all my ericf from And still will Btay. J_ a. prayer. Yet lialf I fcar'Tii! tender Oh, tardy Ifivo, too lato delayed My co-svdarcl heart, shrinks hook in doubt And liidc'a, CiTY OFF.ICtBSi..... ..A K West iannmco City Whlttam, Esq. Treasurer and Collector..........Benj. Harrison C Hainan And fain would' trust, but qncstloni still: Too lato delayed! -too lonjt for 'l Can night. (jo-darTtBomc "brcalc so.soon- To auolifair morn? DISTRICT ACOUNTY OFFICERS BUtrict Judge...........J E Rothrock, Tlpton. Circuit B. Dumont, Miirion Clerk Court......A J JIcKoan, Marlon, County T County Kccordor..........J J Daniels, Marlon. Coronor ___A Laurarice Cedar llapidn. G -Hayzlott, .-Marlon, District Attorney___Win G Thompson, Sliirlou. CARD. HBENSETT. MEECHAKT TAILOR, over Gillette Store, Ko. 35 Commercial Street, oppoiito American llonso. HENRY D. SMITH, NEY-AT OQlco In Fnuiklln Floor. ATTORNEY-AT fliul Notary Fnlillc. R.H. CILMORE, 1 TTOBXEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW, A_ So. 1 lowtt ATUIUIC, Corner.) Odur Practicu lu all Stalu und DRV.F. AXB SUKCJtON. 'Offlco on. Town ATnue, In tho Counting lioom oftlio Collar ItopldB Tlino. J. VV. EDES, HTSICIAN P Wjxsfllngtou Street octivcou ami Linn Street. SUBGEON. onko..on till) Avenue C. F. BUL.LEN. M. D-C. M. Graduate ot McGlH College, Montreal; Into or tho .Montreal General of the Hampton-Hospital Va. Physician, Sitrjroon.iSc. OClcu corner of Washington Streot and loM'll ATORUO, ovorllr. Slorv. _____. _ _ Dr. ceo; p. c RPENTER; .OT.D SUBOEON, Oftlco In Mer- jf ehanu'Block. Commercial St., overLolwn- Store, Cedar TapKU DR. J; H. CAWIBURN, TTAVIXG returned from tiio Avniy ami rc- rL Htimod- priictlco.- hlu Slices to tho public. Oillto in yrmiiulii W. DEBOLINCER, HOMCEPATJ31C-PHYSICIAN SU roanuctfuily tondeM Ills iirofossioual sor Tic.- to thii cHizranof Cedar liapids null vicln Itr. Ofllce on Eengli Street uiio door from WMhingtoa.. H. P. BHITTAN, HOCSlr-AISTEKASD GLAZIER.. Street, near American House. Chain and Furniture Repaired and Repftlutcd. ________ Kot for -pule brows a-nd faded >ha.ir; Oh, Love, red roses-blow Take bnck.thy -crown, I .weeping He dolh not go: ButOtnucrs Blill And boars him in lucli winning Suoh holy bcncdiqlions shino In his dour eyes, I ctvn but trust, I can bni.'list _ Tho winged hopes that softly sing Cancelled at last mini) ancient wrong, And Lovo is king. Galaxy. LITTLE COLDENHAIR. Goltlenndir climbcd'iipori gramdprip'a's kncR: enr tired wn? she, All llioday busy could be. Up in iho morninK as zonn as 'twas liirlii. Out'iriili the birds and tho buttcrfliM Sk'ipping about till tho coming of niglil. Oramlpapa foycd widi Iho curls on iier hoadT; "What has Tny'davling been ho "Sinoo sKii'arojo with (Tic siin from" her" anavvororj iho litllo OTltS 'T oantiot ioll somnch thincs-T have.done. Plnyetl with my dolly and. fcofted niy. bun. Anil then T jumped with my Tittle jump rope, T tur.do out sonp. ootiful worlds, uiama'3 of hope, mv pic'l.uro book. Bolla antl-T wo went down to look, or the flmooth'littlo stones by tha.aicle.ot the brook to the gilt paste-board emblem, fastened on ths wall of the secret society to which the occupant; of th e f an :tifi geni'o us- j ao k-k nif e this device is oftentimes .cai-ved.on the outer thus consecrate' r' floor; 'tlie apOTm'e'rit' _ "Well, Dnnning, "the Jjise is Sam thint's he' can write "as 'good' a T doubi -give his to he ..will write one, twenty minutes long that I will preach it. He racc'epts this' and we pro- 'fie "pr.ess hiiJfeelirige." "As, Graves1'ai dis_J tlie to'improve' this' :opport'vmity.; very .to his' aid.-" Animated by sire, -ho' jSam looted up andvbeheld with hor- collat pose to make yqnreferee to decide inspiration "of tlie efficacy of sacra-- '.whenTheCsermbhTBh'all be. mental oldrgeri-: by him and preached by me and "nightly- ourselves, when you n o sentences' On the side wall sometimes hangs: of foils, suggestively crossed, with pendant.masks, and perhaps a set of or large engravings also, with nnd halt a dozen smaller ditto, a few., and a more pretentious one of "my brother the Captain." It being that, colleges instituted'fo'r1 jmrposea'' of the college, student "is al- ways possessed7 of from-twenty to1 one hundred bookst_which, col-, lectively, he callirhia 'This varies very much .with the chara'et- er of thoitud'erit.' he Has-tSa.ro- putation of a-Iazy, a fall supply of che classics dis- playedythe translations to beirig preserved from the dust in the" lower bureau drawer. If his stand- ing for ..p'i'ety'isi'represented-on'the bboka ofthe faculty by the algebraic .our the arrangenient." said Tickler, "All said Graves; and the conversation "turned7- upon some other Imperceptibly the ioisy .-raillery died away and the Jesting" relapsed into the silence. Thicker.- faster smoke- wreath's rise till they become veri- table'pillavs of cloud, through which no eye can see; room and .he-students '-slowly -to take amid the'.ghostly memories which haunt': the cata- combs of the. brain. you will notice-thaVth'e .of theological worksjs extensive and --'v> In all cases three or Jour big lexi- cons mayVbo fouridlyin'g carJelelisTy oil: the centre-table, ready for inv ;mid.stjjof- ihis is ooking cigar., bioc, which promises Partagaa'to fulfills only Killikinick to the taste; and.flanking it arc half a- dozen dirty'pipes, each one- th'e" "dirtiest lot, .like'- the- oi the Greek In a room substantially answering ;his in a ]Vhy twilight of the year of gioup of half a dozen Semois was gathered to smoke a-pipe apiece and discuss then appi oiching gi a duation 00 C. E. .AIXTEK, Glazier, G miner aiid .paper-IInug- er- Shop on Commercial Street, one aoor tho Steam Bakery.___________1C.1J-U H. M. LAPHAM, IN WATCHES. JEWE1 BY, 3fi Iowa Avenue, 3 doors i Post Ofllce. All kinds of repairing above at roaBCUablo Kates. done .JAMES J. CHILD, TTOKSEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW A. Cedar Rapids; Iowa. Will practice in the District, Supromo aud Federal Courts. MASON P. MILLS, TTOESEY AT L'AW, Oluco opposlto Hie Post Ofllco, Iowa Avonne, Cellar -Eajla. A. ST. CUAIR SMITH, A.TTOKNBY COUSSELLOB.AT .LAW A-Codir Ofllco aFraiik I. H, WHITTAM, A'TTOTtXEY' AT LAW, and U. S. Commid sioncr. Cedar Rapldn, Iowa. Offlco over Ishnni i Co.'i Store, THOMAS CORBETT, jinti 1-7.14-Tl ATTORNEY AT LAW, iTavion, Linn Conn ty, Iowa. A. V. EASTMAN, ATTOKSEY COUSSELLOK AT LAW, lasuranoo and Roal Estate Agent. -Oillco over City National Bank, Cedar Eiipids, Iowa. Particular aueixtion given to CoovcyancUis ana int. SHTTH. B. SMYTH A. YOUNG, 1 TTORNEYS COXTNSELLOES AT LAW A. Marlon, lilnn Countv, Iowa. Ofllce ovci Twosood, Elliott Ji CO.'B DANIEL LOTHIAN, A TTOESEY AT LAW, Morion, Linn County Iowa. Fartlcttlar jittontlou given to ousl ncas In the County Court. THOMPSON DAVIS, ATTORNEYS AT L-xW, Clarion, Iowa, wl in nil tlw Courts of tills State. Al basinces attended to promptly. Back Pay, Pen ci Offlco riona, Ac., procured Public Square. East side o ETUBBARD 4, BELT. .ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Will in the-Courts of Uila Stale aud in tho "United StnW Cpui-w. -Btter'n Block, Kapicla ettr Writ jVrtwnni amii; Marlon. K. 31. A. S.-EELT, Nation. C _ .Y MCA in Tomlinjon's Block, No. M low; IV. ATonve, td A. E. GOODALE, LUCIUS------------ [US L. Preat CAR; TJOST No. BS, meets Tuoiday ovcnlnc! In Hi f Odd Follows Hall. T. Z. COOK, Kontss, Adjt.. Commander: l. o. o: F. RAPIDS LODGE, Ko. 141, moot I tlmlrHall.-overCitv National 3d stor Wednesday Tfm.EichinWd, Sec. l- V So A- A. M. LODGE, No. 25, meets on Hon alter Full Moon, at their Hall. No, 3 orth Commorciol St., corner Linn St., 3d ptoi G. F. BJESETT, -W.-M- Mxsos at the Collar Haplds. Nurseries, situti ttd on tho Marlon Itoad, one mllo east of Parson Seminary. 15.JXIO one., two nnd -throe year ol mev, Ben DaTls, It. -jouatluw Snow, K. Junejv. 20 other Tariotlo at Kara 10 to.SO-conB. eacli any 'solactlon.. .Als Cherries, Currantf, Ooosoborrle Srcrgreena, Roses, Shruos, Ac., oonldos the colt tratcd dwirfKocky Movmtato Select School for Young Ladle assisted-IT; .her Slaughter 111 will receive n llmitod nninbor or.LiulIcs in tho Various ornnches of.English an yrrach Literature, with Music Drawing.. On MONDAY, JANUAKY-1th, 1800. made known on application to M on" Jown DISSOLU-TION orotoforo n the.undorsignod Is this day. di by mutnU eoniont." 'All persons' inSo to the arni nw to call and settle tfcflr earliest convonience'by pavment-or not Sltlwr puty iathoplMd- to-inS-wtUomon J. B. SMITH i I and-oaied T olinVrio'l uTion tny n T jcs' as tired 'as. tired can be." owar and lower the "litll'o bead ntil it hag dropped upon grandpapa's onr littlo Goldonliair', sweet bc.thT o aro but children tho things that do as sports of a babe ,to- Infmite :int marts all our woakncas, ,flnd pites it too. od grant tb'at who n night overshadow our way, nd wo shall be called io account for our day, shall find UB as guUolesB as Goldon- hair's play! Lnd oh whon a-wcarv, may we be eo blest, ,s to sink like tho inn ocont: child to our nd feel o'ursolTes clasped "to Iho Infinite breast. the thieir ch uis tipped baclc and thetical meerschjuinis__at their lips, cliliggntly ofieiing ;o their patron saint, and mounting i pi o peotiv e on amoVe ciths to pattainable castles in some ever- seeding bpain At-tho window sat nother, upon whoso.faco unetuoui oocJ-nature seemed striving with a ertain sinctlnionions giavity fbi ie controlli ig cssion Thu last no of the party lay-stretched out u-ihe bed, with his feet elevated on his eyes fixed o'berl) on theTceihng i Smoking is a senous business with and theie silence in ie room for the eptce of halt a linute. I say, .fellers'" "buipt y ex the Ipafei on -thejied, rdll- ngovei companions, where arc you all going, and what re we goms; to do ith ourseh es Selected Miscellay. SAM'S SERMON, i BY -S. "W, '.TttTliE.' V A college although pos- essing many points., of resemblance o the human "family, is .istinct a species as of the races" which h.ive puzzleiJ ethno- ocists since the .world, .began... -It often happens: that young: lien vhose parents were respectable and yent down to the grave without uny gyay hairs, from the mere fact rf, their being connected with' an in- titiition of learning" begin to. show ymplons, early in life, of being col- egc students. They wear high hats ondly but .erroneously callec they they systematically reverse' all precon- ceived icle.is ofthe normal position of the human -frame -inven' lew theories of study.'.founded up'on (xperience they utterly lack; are iggressivo iconoclasts in regard to ;ha cherished their elders reformers in what- ever ought not to be refovmed. That the Darwinian theoiyof cle I'clopmenthas.any-bcaring.ivponthe sub.iect. inductively or iothervvis do Nor am I inclined, to tho opinion that it can be solved bj tho floctrine of inherited tendencies Whatever may-! have been the an- tecedents of the individual, in even ease tho .-result is .identical, pora mutantw, ;et nos'. mut-amur -it illis, is a saying which nge ha ripened into an axiom. }ih college student is entirely 'exemp from the operation of this rule e', place and circumstance 'hav as littlo.influence .esseu.tia characteristics as th e grape brop in" th supply of imported wines. If -I might be to 'imitate'; liigh-price' writers -and advance" a theory, should say that the species in-ques tion ithe> pi a -very successfully iiitiiio1dii'ced'''-by-6ii Dr. Procmst5B snany, .ytars ago The WhMeyor.I have said or sugges1 ty of sladeh cflttal correctness bo predicted of th room in .which" hediY.ea-AD.iffeKi like the students them8elv.es, minor points development; ;tb, rooms are iSeniiarin" the- jat's v hit S'd like to knoiv "Answer for ypurself, said out the and well, began Sam, "I am .ot going to do uevei tnteiiudpte the moker. yOry thrs summer a the f 11 I am going to New York o gl-nl} Iiw and piaatice it in that ity." In turn eachpronounced his hoio- cope, and last of all- the one by the wiindow called upon to speak Now, slid he on the lv TV ho had been called Sam, legs heai you prognostciatc Will ou devote the leaining attained rom our Alma, Mater to keeping a aro-bank oriunnmgan ice woiild-devote myself to the ask of reforming O incorrigible oker 1" if there was the slightest ;hanceof mellow tone, inpeifect jeeping unctuous aspect 'In the meantime, I am -'going to enter the Theological Seminary nest October, and when I gr duate fiom hence-I propose to preach the gos old pieacb.er_jou'l' inake1" saidJSam could pi each -bur gown light oft of retorted Dunning, deri- sively "Why you are nothing but skeptic, making tun of everything." "I'm said Sam, indignantly If everybody-who" skeptic, yonieelf, Dunning 'The" trouble is, rbu study theology more than yon do you get as ntuon rtinjjd as admit that anything good can come out of Nazareth aud he threw him- self bick on the pillow with a writh :ul grunt. :Don't tear your coat-sleeves out, said Dunning, laughing glee fully, "or I'll think I pietty hard "Haid joui said Sam, who had worked himself into quite a statt. of maignitionv as good a seimon as jon, adn eyery bit as orthodox Well, if-you will, I'll preach siiid Dunning, laughing heiitily You asked bam, sitting uip suddenly "I'll hold 5 ou to thit If I write a sermon, you will preach i -tSfam h-vve. of XiverlooBn'fr'iC, to see thafyouTdon't put-in any slang or quote Co-aa-che -luak' 'When asked "Sam "Not till I take orders, at any What a convenient and ev.er-pre- tent subjectfor pathos is the illimi- able flight as it sweeps. >ast suns and, stars (respectabie prepared in intang- for immaterial verities! Many a Pegasus that has sought .0 soariabove the.Aonian mounttill he dwindled it" to" a" molehill; is-a ain at.last to.halt at this -luxuriant It'has furnished 'the peonies and un-flowers of rhetoric -to raahy -a' barren It has fired with eloquence many tongue when wooing a arcly mietress.to name mean, And it enables me to state, with ho epigrammatic perspicuity ofthe play-bill, that years are sup- jpsed to have elapsed between the irst and secondlchapters.-" The venue', of this chapter is laid u a lawyer's' ofBce York, where the reader is subpoenaed to tppaar and, witness. The most in- thing to be witnessed is Sam Ticklei, sobei ed clown from the tudent to the man, abonng in tne labyrinth ofthe law Che frosts offive summers have not lUeiedhis bion, though Mcwill lope the pnctico of thi ee winters ias greenbicked his pockets To Jim eiiteung, a foim daikened the ty, like unto himself in point .and.maturity. Hello. George Graves! Old m I'm glad to s-ce you' TVhcic do jou hill "Fiom the reply, B! returned the coicbal jrasp of the hand aiiQ icpaid warmth the ekommg spaikie of the eye The meeting of tuo college class mates in the gi eat-vast of 1 fei Me that of two ships at sea on a Ion" and Business and discipline are-.. forgotten. For a ,imc they drift idly fi'om then coirse Thoughts of home and old companions make the an fiagiant Eager questions are aske'd' and answered Memoi les of bv gone days stn np thewaim depths ofthe aeait, and giecn with the old time freshness tor many a daj to come. _ The reminiscences of Graves and S m Ticklei 11 ould uotbcai lepeat ins; One by one, old coupanions nue lesuirooted, and mfoumtion sonceining them exchanged At ength Dunning's name men aone'cl "He is foi thcpiojent" said es, at? a little village in the Chemung Yalley> which goes by the euplfomons name of I saw him aliout a month ago He isju t as'jo'lv and undignified as a, trifle growing fattei eveiy day "1 haven't seen said Tick ler, "for over two years. I would like to take aMook at his counten ance." "He tokl leplied that has -expected to be YD New Yoik in the middle of May, this is the fiist week m April Yon know he's got a flame heie' JNice gul, 1 of Rev'. Dr. Some body, up town. .Frank is going to spre'ad himself in pa in law's pulpit Sam, you lememfeei the agree- ment you and Fiank made about a geimon jou weie going to write foi him? You 'eft it to me to say when it should come oil Now I've got a nice rig on both of you Mrtuo'oi the authonty in me Test I appoint the occasion -when he fills the Doctoi's pulpit "Foi Heaven's said Sam don't talk such nonsense "But it isn't persistac "You pledged youi word not back out, and I'm going to hold you co it" You're not m eau Sara, imploringly "I can't a 001 lion You can now ai well you conk said Graves "No go, ol( fellow' I'll wiite to Dunning tin instant" sat down at Tickler's.desk took a sheet ofthe ofhce papei anomts for a asked the said Dunning, 'but my riend was always noted m college for his brilliant talents, and he knew a; little of every thing.'. The Doctor greeted this remark with a hearty laugh 'Now, Mr don't remember your et us hear your views on this sub ect.' Thus commanded, Tickler, look ing very shamefaced, made his ap- pearance. Dunning fell back a step in mute astonishment, said the Doctor, m a slightly ironical tone, 'will you ob ige me by informing Mr. Dunning who did write that sermon" Blushing deeply, but vrithout ut termg a word, Tickler pointed to the elder clergyman. Dunning looked at him in.blank bewilderment. The explanation of all this, my said the Doctor, 'is, that your friend could not write a sermon, so he visited my church last Sabbath and took mine, which tie gave you as his own When found out what had become of it, to save you, he called on me and ac knowledged it, like ajman LI am very sure, sain Dan ningv looking at iSamir.eproachfully, 'that I did t. do it.from choice, for had a sermon preached on the ef- Scacy of sacramental grace, which I pledge you me -word ig original' 'Well, aaid the don'tblame yon for what you could not and he turned to speak to Tickler. v Meanwhile, the young lady, whose nerves had been much wrought up- on by her father's anger, gave way to the revulsion of her feelings The tears would come, and she walked to. to-'conceal them Dunning followed her quick a stormy time before your friend came she whisper ed. 'And I am sure father suspects something about us, but it wouldn't do to tell him now.' Dunning glanced over his should er they were partially hid by the eurtain, and the Doctor stood with his back toward them, so he gently is arm about the slender waisl of the daughter and whispered woids of encouragemens and hope The old gentleman seemed to have recovered his good humor amazing ly 'Yon young Americans are too fast for he said, laughing 'you steal my sennas, and you' -he tnrn ed toward I shonlc say you were stealing my daughter' 'It's too, lite he has seen us, whispered Frank, catching her by the hand 'Come, let us speak out' Tdid not mean to steal her, Doc he said, 'though I confess I am but a poor equivalent, and this is not-perhapsthe time to ask so grea a boon at your j hands voice choked a couldn't help it' The Doctor shook his head with a quizzical expression 'I shan't giv e you my he know what view you take .ofthe efficacy of sacramenta grace In as a bel tinkled below, 'come down, both o you, and take dmnei with me The'follovnng sentiment is at tnbuted to Napoleon A handsome woman, pleases the eye, but a good jwoman pleases the heart. The one is a others treasure." "Barrett's" Hair Restorative. Be metamorphosed by "Barr.ttV dcd free of ;fTT Uimmerclarstrejl.- -f f. .Courectlonnrics.-Ac.'-' j Jrp American-'HbnWpiribW 'I saleund DE JX-...T I. S, T he In Block, Dull iCo'n Storft, Boon nil MILLINERY WORK Pressing -Including St next door to.Lniiliiuii'ti -Jowclty Store. Fpund'orV PATTERSON jrcbiixiii'n.s'trocC-'Fbiiiiaei-i' f. j and .pots ordo'Hrcr itjto Also UIH ht UH oetubl I'htd. n Cuy nd will to nnypurt of flioolty promiitly. i.-, iSl tf IATTHEKCE STABK O. E. THOMAS, -Dealer in, Watches, Clocks, FLOUE 'AID PEED, i A LAItCE SUPI'LT OF JFloirr and c ,ALWAYi AT 1OC.MILLS. lour delivered to any paifof the city, Freo of Cttarge r B O" H 3EJ X. Jtliisical Instruments, A'c. "Repairing neatly aiiil'uxpcdiUously done. Special tttentloiia d to opajiinc; "Mu ical nl No 15 South Commercial St, a CEDAB BAPJDS, IWA CEDAR RAPIDS Steam Bakery I 1 H SII WJCK vrnftin TO 3A CIGAR" ID. ATTPSPST-F.-K ANDnEAl.Klt.lX Tolaacco, SnoiF Pipes, Hit! 1 I 0 WtSllIM TON A-VD jr CEDAR RAPIOS, IOWA j L f [..tMrteo T If I) UABV 1V RAPIDS, Ji: H Proprutoti. This Ho" f" h Vts> ai A Is CO C> ;