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i VARIETY. ;
Mr. Snndfrp,, Juuior, l leen "mw.
iiiHf aroiintA" M lrwVYt, and as miic f
J!Hjrin'rcs,TU nther aimifaint-Ave
rcofrj litltnul, ,iucn,,i as mtiows;,
ijirit 1" aitbe iron hus. TtkMiiili-ra-Yjoii'li.WaVM'rw
rAota like hoss than h
iiu lieW.,' If 1 "was fciilii to (Iccribv
tli nimuUt I'd. )My ll Wd , like well,
It looked hkb-Uriic(l if 1 know what it
Icipk ik, ' unions it was rrgulnr ho
Ievir,'suV',Tr "nil Irlinst mo out of
h ihhUiU, mid pulling uvil Hack smoke
H-rnnli.nit hhvin nJ awellin, nnJ
faVW,rf tvcl bolc-wl ihfV was nvwsf.
V(felIoV stood I'V a.littlo I""'" like, tVed
ir hUrt nil. the lime; 1ml thi moro , h gut
ifltf nwr hv"wnntnl, ili moro lirt
iLtvod . and MtWrtcl. Aftrr nll the
& Dfj'-cuuW Mm 1'V l'10 ,ai' o'"1 Rrottt
Jertrot bo not up a you mat P'11 Kremlin
fen4 trior' n h mil and bn'f. n"l tha rwxt
uiinil t foTt y legs w nS5'. n1 found
juywil t I'oUiur end f llio strit of vc
4iclta. 1 waVnt.sktferi'J.liut J hud ilireo
hills and a stroke of Hy in loss than
"Av'6 tiiiiiHs,; hm!. my facrv had n, rtiri.ni
iirvwuijyuIh'rrcu-Uncifli color in it,
wlin-h l' warn 'perfectly imnciiOuntaUe.
WrJPJMtys' 'wnnnPtit U mipnri1uoiw."
jiinijl.lf Pit i'i 'the'wrarpst wapiti, or
f r,w tlwy jrall C comuiriicd lung steam
nAlildoklu thlftjr, viih a triK if pews
Uijwrt f m'h einV, hig enough' to hold about
n ino.np.rul ft' half. , Just as I Mt ttWn.the
ihoas IwUertd twice and started ofl'like a
yirvakt plu:hin me head first at tho stomach
lf W l.ipIVisll Kvounn, and Hhn pjnve a
ircw'iyous cuivt and thou kotth'J mu hy
4h hftod tkua crauuiiod me under the sent,
th Vare'wBs jtmipin and tcuria along at
nigh onto forty thousand nines an nour,
and evpry liotfy was a Ixilihiu up and down
tk' jnill 'wiwiiiiid, every winch of Vm
lindi Idi n'lbiith Wtdo onch and looked like
they was a luffin, biit I coukl'nl hrr n.'th
difc, the nrs kept, ch a rackit. . JJimcby
thev stopped ftllut once, and such nnoihtr
lafT bnatud1 out b'. them passengers as I
'tlevfcf hcarri bi-fore, ' -Larfin nt vu, to.,
that's what iiiado, inrtd, and I was mad ns
huwtrri ,Vpoj:,"r;w' mv
fist at 'em, sayst vJLnJis and gentlemen,
-look A-heru! I'm a puaccablu trangr"
nd away the' dern train went like the
small-pox was Irt toW,' jerkin' me down
16 th,0, B.ept.y',' a whack like I'd been
'thrown frijin.lhe lUopn and their cussed
mouths flopped own ami .tiio fellers went
tobobhiu' up and dewu ,ngniu. I put on
-in air rof magnanimous contempt like,
Jnnd 'oo bo 'lnore ' notice, of, them, and
,Vi;y lwutrally went ty bobtinOp and down
my'selfj: ki ...u .! .J. .i
.iH-ln vo..n-r ' :t- . ' i ' : ,1
1 IIum'o "asbiox ,PnKTTYi brnoNo.
The' Russian Embassador, M. do Kourn
kiu. visitin? the ' prison of St; Lazare, in
TarlS, bad Ws'sliviir-lKix in his hand at the
'.ijiiwqftt th,at ho entered that portion of the
-trwoii jn wliich women were confined for
.heft; One-of lhe women, seeing it, fell
liiiu, fits:" 'After , she1 had'beeu brought
round,' slab vaa 'questioned as to what had
.such eflVct upon her, '"It is so fright
ful,' she aid, ."to see a gold sn'iifT-box,
and not to be able to take it." The Prince
baid,"smmti!', It it imposiJlile to alter the
vocation of some people ; this one has tin
farther fmiUof an exceetlmg sincerity.
, i Obituary or tuc 'Corrta.' As the
pUv:"fwd cent," is about t ) be called in,
some of our cotempornries are writing its
Tustorviand orntuarv. The cent was pro
posed in 178"2 by Robert Morris; tho great
linanomr of the Revolution, and was nam
ed by JetVerson, two yeurs later, ll begun
io rhake its appearance from the Mint in
1793. It bore then the head of Wash
ington on ond tide, end a chain of thirteen
links on the other. The French Revolu
tion aoon after created a rage for French
ideas in America, which put on the cent,
instead of the bead of ashmgtnu the head
'of the Goddess of Liberty a t rench Lit
.ifty, ilU UttcVthrust, forward and (lowing
locka, . .The chain oq the revcrso was re
.n'uned bv the olie wreath of peace. Jiut
the French Liberty was ehortJived, and
fed w4is her portrait on our cent. Tho
present staid,' classic dame, with a fillet
round. Wr hair, came into fashion about
.llur y or fortyi years ago, anu ner iinuy
.Ukisulod Grecian feUiuesbuw been b it
fciightly altered by the lapse of time
Asecuote o lUv. Da. Baknes lie.
in? some times (as even younger men
'inighl be) inclined to sleep a little durin
tue sermou, a inenu who was wiur nun
'in his pew 6n Sumlav lately, harin
.joked huo U his having u idded now auJ
. iheu,. Jwrnee iiimsteu. tUat lie ial leen
"awakeattthe time. 'Well then,' said hij
friend, 'can you tell me what the sermon
about?"., Yes, I can,- h? answered,
,' ML was about au hir pnd a half too long.'
, i The whole of tho stock of the Atlantic
Telegraph, nearly JC350.000 sterling, i i
i uovT subscribed, aud the directors have
applications for a much larger amount . it
is understood that application will bo made
to the United State Government for' an
annual ' grant, equal to 4 per cent, mi the
, - . . . t I
capital,, such as haibeen acccorded by the,
JJriUihT rasHfy. I ne company possess
on 1 eiclusivt privilege from the British
'"Colonies of Newfolindlaud and Prinre lxl.
Jvard Is!and, ani plso from the State of
,'jMaine for layiug submarine cables to those
tthorev. !. i-1 . t . 1
' An interesting meeting of tho Gecgraph
"leal Society was held on tlie 2 1th ui Ion.
'H60. " Mr:Cyrui VY.' Field - was introdu.
ceIje ityjSociety, and gave a leeiuro on
. the Auantw telegraph. 'Mr. Field said
. tbaloti th J 4th of July, 1776, the Amt ri
' cans detjared their Independence of rent
llritaio. and before the 1th of July, 1S.17
' te oped te(itwo people would be again'
uiiiteu. i i
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Hrli'V etori! ot ttif ruTiT of Trout strwl sml
Hire's Avenno; In St. Mnrv, suit now hnv on
hht S full Stiil wrll rirleil tork of
il.iptnd tn III wmiti of tliil rotutir.iiiily, ruii
it ATtnwAtnv . ,
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T. f. Arthur, ' Mrs. Suti'hworth, Ammsline
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illah.-' kv. : ,
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sinjulir region. ...
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by Mrs. Miry IV'nisnn, nnthor of "Mark, the
Sexton, "Miime Picture, e.
Original Novelet. Hy Augustine Dugntme,
nuihor r."Tlie Ioit of the WildiTnesM.' &,e.,
is alo iuco!ire of preparation or the Po-U.
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Condensed Novelet, by Mrs. Southworth, to
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and consists of Il.'tl aires. 22:) acres of this
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WHOLESALE 4. RETAIL' DEALERS,
Glenwood, Iowa. Ws beg leave to
call tbe attention of the Good People of Mills,
Pottawattamie, Montgomery and Cass coun
ties, Iowa; alao, Douglas and Cass eonntiei,
N ebraska, to our la rge and late supply of every
kind of MERCHANDISE, usually kept in
Western Iowa. Our atorW' nt r: roreries Is
large and complete, having been bought aud
shipped a little lower than our neighbors.
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Ready-Made Clothing, have all been purchased
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TOOTLE &. GREENE, .
GIenw-ood, Iowa, Oct. 23, 185. 1-tf t ,:
Charles a: UeilLvZ
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Respect
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that having permanently located in Omaha
city, and having had several 'Years experience
in the treatment of Diseases Incident to tbs
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Office in C. A. Henry X Co's. Drug and V
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constantly receiving large, and complete
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Fruit, Conreetionaries, A.c.,&.c. Physicians
orders filled on a small advancejm costw'
Thos. Maco: 'AlbVMacoh. if (TJor.
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r AW AND LAND AGENTS, Omaha fity
i Nebraska Territory. n "
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