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t A V K W P O K T . », 185V THAVJELilffG Four DBS MOINKS, Iowa, Jan. 17th. Vtar Gazette:-- tVIitn I wrote you lost from Qrinnull, I informed you that it was j one vast mud-puddle. Alas, one of our sudden changes of ivcailiur occurred : tbc mercury in the thermometer went rapidly down: u cold, biting wind caino whistling across tbe prairie, and the roads were changed frvia yielding mud to most unyielding unyielding clods, Every hone in my body boars sad testimony to the fact. This sudden sudden change in the weather occasioned a sudden change in our places, anil while my companion, taking the tcaiu, went south to the project-This nothings of from others, in a bushel says, an incredible buncombe, a i n , , . . t , , ir * * « . * . committed myself to the ten- ·*- not tender themselves, they and , , , , , .. .,,, ,, r . least made me so.) oi the u estcrn with the ,,, ,-. , / -, . , , . ,, and at 1 o'clock. A. M., tu hear, . .-. . . P ' seated myself in the box of twaddle, one - ^ Mo'me* and ^V'Kteru gt Oouipaiiv is a great question w tio tbe mo , t wtensiv j probabl , treatment; in our StaU , j am informed ongood " under a tb ^ jfc and real y for par- ^ ^ ^ bas practically common-sense, M .^i - ,, , , - .... , , , r r is a million and a - h a l f of the first i .. ,,. ,, ., f . . . T b e f i e l d o f its operations is 10 comprehen- T «-. , r - . , T T , , Wisconsin, Missouri and Nebraska, into , .. · m _. , ,. , . is now running a regular line of stages -showing up all ^ Forfc Kcarueyj three hundred miles we exaggera- of the Jlissoun. to flip- Tl _ .^ .. . , ^ T trepidation tuat I coin- schemers on ... , . f A ' . . mvself to a stage-coach. Accus- until tbe , T ^ , ,. . L . J _. was to traveling with tbc coin- m able to - , r ., . · or steam, vessels, ·, ,, , . , , . r , - , i - i * perch on the driver's box. where I might. , r ., . , : 1 V , , for the wind, and was obliged to a less mi- , ,, ^ ^ , . J . 1 ,. ,, ,, bold on to prevent beiner thrown off. m- of Mr. . ., ... , . ,. n i * reuectioRS. , , - said I, m an attempt at self-cou- care to ... ., . , . , n - ., it might be worse. verily. bill placed · - . + ., «r - -, and soon was. \e nad tells us, ·. , , ., . . , . .. . more taan six or eight miles, when or m the -' , , ,.,.- . , fell to pieces, and we usbered into 1 * 1 ^ 7 - m- i - . : were.complctelr wrecked, .Tinkering the Execu- · · r , T .- . ° 1 and so we aroused a oricnn. - , u . r , , i i T i and oorroweu bis lum- * corrcs- ber waqon H was guiHlessol springs, but then Qur ]u ^ ace was goon packed into it) 3Jld power, to men on top oi that. For fourteen miles 7 and natjve Aracrican3 . Tfac V belonged to the the people : . Qrder of p ot t awa taniies. and .ippesred to be and thorough-going Know Nothings. Their executive .. . , . fl _ ^, . , , , _ , .-, over the galia consisted of tattered red blasts of nego- gray buckskin leggins. The pass-word Congress'snd ugh, uttered in a nasal tone. They of the their bows and arrows and having ' isolated,execu- , f . , ', -,, r T -,- -., .1 - ,,_,, - -r « much of the skill of Indians with this it is one of a m the President on, we set up a dime to be at' the surprise it was brought down at a One of O f about eight yards, on the eighth shut.-- shall «i- Their skm .^ ' hfak bott]e was al _ move the Army and . . . , . , adjacent together superior to this, resulting and es- from freedom of practice. Quite a asks if this tribe are in Jasper and of the parentl - in a miserab i e condition." to make war r fl, · - . . . . . . , , own pie*5- . The tblfi ? ^hica has most frequently. the Spanish- struck us in Des Moines thus far. strict morality of its barbers. Yesterday in. a morning 1 we sallied out after breakfast in thirty million search of a shave. An hours of'cor- discovered three barber polls, but not the grant of their proprietors- At this rate, discretion 5OO n · expect the clergymen to do their him, by the preaching on Saturday, so as to bill con- Methodist Church last cveninR 17e C then, for ourselves in a crowded church, and President shall with pleasure to a most able and On this ished discourse on the character of exception, however, of the dis- to author- course, everything was after the * . * ^ . . · . ' ' » o sty)c Tbe men seated a debt of S30,- . - , . . * , , , debt of one side of the room, and tbe laaies which tbe SGO,000,r ^220.000,000 already raise tbe This- is to drcnmstinces, system--no Adminis- recommended, involve After necessarily tbe country President may the Senator financial maa- It 75 tbe United Treasury"-bat 'rall to the Pres- wise and discuss the He^bowB people it is confed- ^5 ont a forfnlJ other. Tbe hymns, too. were " lined."' old practice whicFI" had never before sseuj and the tunes " raised " by · * r the whole congregation joining in the singing. Four lines of the concluding hymn tius been suug* "when the clergyman, after reading the ne^t two lines, remarked to' Ieader 3 "brother Jones, I think you will have, to strike that tune a little, lower: altogether too liigb for us to 5iEg ? and yoc must lower it or raise a new tnne.^ m · · moment all was still as death,, waiting u brother Jones," who broke the silcnca * with-- a Wall, J guesi you : H have to £ somebody else to try then ; can fetch her down." He b r o u h t tus h*u$e of f so sec as I at anv rate, *· Tbe Minister didn't make the matter less ludicrous, irbcn he referred to it in apologetic manner just before tbe benediction, benediction, and remarked a tbat accidents Tr:ii j in fiarlr understand the Cotmtv faror of presume given ticir Uicm down of remarkably of tbcse tint ts TCZJ rotcd tial tic happen in tbe best regulated families/' It was tbe first time we ever heard that c-- : D tbe^tdpit* * In a business toint of view, Ces JMoines -- . f . , - ia a like condition with the rest of + _ State. The prtycct oi a railroad connection with Oskaloosa is attracting most attention, and there is a prevailing that such a connection can be Formed sooner than trite City- The inhabitants are aUo paring some attention to the zavhption of tbeir 2 aTer- Last Tear tbcre vcre -some sistr arrivals, and T understand that a couple draft beats Lave bcca rocured to rnae the experiment of reaching tbe ·city at low stage? of water. Should it JCOTC successful i£ wil] be of great icipc'rtance tbc freighting interest. More to-morrow. coinnaiUee of li'jics was bj tbc 3egi?Uturc of Indiana, *r.c nar Sast week, in joiot scsstra. wbo prcscnled an address in fiiror f ext-crfdrng to rifbts of alizdtfbip inla Tboinas read an address ii?3f aa bour in Jcngtb, And auolbcr Jadr ejxJsc OTJ lio f jec3- Tbc 3£i5.3atare 3iptCTKrd to tLe Tritii grcal ro^pcct. ! · . « . · · TM ccnat LA si' SrsT DCCJUEB. --T!JC- ·^JUodaJr writ, in Kanasrha ·ji '*-, bv been 6crideg ra feT-^r -c*f EsnOalL To 31, 3JaBT»crt-'Br3?. -cw. ^^^ . » tie Fnmdh ·cUnma.tjis, t"bc Ccmrt- aicrc? 'f land in rt-ccrrcrp ibont H; in "W-cstwn Tarcitri; -- -^-»^. j bb no in in Mr. acres -erf" at jfficsiD- 51 rtai-rf tluil 1-bcrc i*. a C*J']Km a mtrcbitat a a jla-nlcr, wiif^c TOCOTHC tins T-WLT will tbe ram *f ^W» 3 -OC"C». Twc-nly Uri? same isiainclTil -srjt*, a cTtxl; roth of §500 a yean The- -wwi feature ra is Ibut tbc Tunu i.* a jiwmrittis bacbsUnr. actuated a

Clipped from Daily Leader01 Feb 1859, TuePage 6

Daily Leader (Davenport, Iowa)01 Feb 1859, TuePage 6
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