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SCIENCE TS . BElNHr - [Newspaper Article] — True Republican — 9 February 1870

SCIENCE TS . BElNHr - A Wonderful Medical Operation—A . Cblld tsvrallows a l . nrg « Dean and Becomes Life-less—Extraction of tlie Bean by a Surgeon . ; Cleveland Vendor , 21 st . An . aooident , which nearly proved fatal , took place on the Went Side yesterday . A little boy , tea years of age , while innocently playing with a largo bean in his mouth , accidentally Bwallowed it nnd inimodiatnly experienced tho most intentto pain . Tho child was immediately taken to tho opurntiug rooms of Dr . Weber , wlioro tho doctor proceeded to extraot tho bean . A portion not practiced in examining patinnlo in snoh a condition would havo believed tho ulnld to be dead . A deadly pnlor overspread IIJH countenance , the eyes wore glassy nnd without ex pression , tho muscles all rolaxud und tlio perspiration entirely suspended . Kvory appearanoe indicated that the grim kiugnl terrors had impressud his iia-Hiici-iiblo soul upon the young boy . Tho nutual presence of death would hardly havo changed t...

Publication Title: True Republican
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FARM , GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD . [Newspaper Article] — True Republican — 9 February 1870

FARM , GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD . Straw for ¦ took . With many farmers , ttie impression ptevails that straw kjrts no value as food for animals , and that thereforerit is f tr better to be applied to the soil as a fertilizer in tho ordinary way , and nsed for litter , or spread on the mannro heap to be trodden down and incorporated with the manure by the stock , as is generally done . If wo take the amount of grain and Indian com raiHod In the United States , an by tho census of I 860 , wo shall find by allowing forty bushels ol grain to the ton of straw or corn fodder , that thnro were about ; iO , ( HXI , 00 ( l ton * . Now , at lenst one-third of this is wasted for every purpose except uinnnrn , mid vast quantities not even uso-i fur that . Hupposo wooHtimnto thin at onehalf Mio vnlno put upon it by Mr . Mechi , or $ 5 per ton . and wo have the enoinous Hunt of $ 50 , 000 , 000 wasted for want of proper Antinomy in n slnglo year . We beliovo this estimate much below the real loKK . H...

Publication Title: True Republican
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Cheap Ice House . [Newspaper Article] — True Republican — 9 February 1870

Cheap Ice House . A year or two ago I bad my attention called to an ice house built by a farmer near me , which was simply a bin , made with rough boards , t-ixteen feet square and roofed over , leaving a large- opening in the front and sides . Ho said his ice kept perfectly until the next winter . He put OB a layer of sawdust , about a foot thick , on the ground , and then stacked the ice snugly in tho centre , eighteen or twenty inches from the walls , and then filled in with sawdust , and np over the top a foot or more thick . Last winter , before filling my ice house , ldetermined to try bis method . I accordingly tore out all the inside wall , and shovelled out the sawdust ; then filled by stacking it snugly in the centre , fifteen or twenty inches from the wall . This space I filled in with pine sawdust , and covered the whole over the top a foot thick or more . I left out the window and took down my door and left it all open , so that the sun can shine in there every day . No...

Publication Title: True Republican
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Miscellaneous Items . [Newspaper Article] — True Republican — 9 February 1870

Miscellaneous Items . —Chicago is exempt from small-pox . —Deaths in New York last year numbered 25 , 136 . —Chicago is getting good milk at 6 to 8 centB per quart . —There are 70 Telegraphs published in the United States . —A lodge of female masons has been organized in Chicago . — Wards Tum Out is the name of the last postoffice established in Sonih Carolina . —Two young women in Ohio refused to be baptised in water used to immerse a colored brother . —Rubber pens are manufactured which are said to eombine the good qualities ot all other pens in use . —Eastern journals are expressing fear that the ice crop will be short this season , owing to the mild weather . —One hundred and ninety two persons were killed in the streets of London , last year , by horses or vehicles . —Glastenbury recently called a meeting and voted to substitute the letter o tor the e in its name . Hail Glastonbury ! —There is a firm of female Stock Brokers doing business in Wall St ., New York , under the firm...

Publication Title: True Republican
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
CHICAGO CORRESPONDENCE . ' [Newspaper Article] — True Republican — 9 February 1870

CHICAGO CORRESPONDENCE . The Weather—The Money Market—-Whcat-Buiinrii-Ls Salle Street Tunnel—Irlohlua Spiralis—Craig Microscope—Novelty Bllscronope Oeorgc Head—Amusements . - CHICAGO , Jan . 29 , 1870—Tho weather for the last two weeks , with the exception of one or two days , has been remarkably mild for January , much to the joy of the poor , and the regret . of tho coal dealers . Indeed , tho mild winter , thus far , has disappointed the calculations of those who havo a monopoly of fuel , and prevented tho expected rise in eoal and wood , for which we are devoutly thankful . THE MONEY MABKET hero is easier , and responsible parties find no difficulty in obtaining all the discounts they need for the ordinary purposes of trade . THE WHEAT MABKET has been qnite active , prices for No . 2 rang . inir from 83 jn 814 , and the result is qnite a demand fur money among grain dealers . Hut the fluctuations in price are such as to forbid all proscience of tho future . Nothing would tend so...

Publication Title: True Republican
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Summary of Congressional Proceedings . [Newspaper Article] — True Republican — 9 February 1870

Summary of Congressional Proceedings . SESATE— Jan . 24—Lot M . Morrill was sworn in as Senator from Maine . —Fenton presented a memorial for the removal of duty on Canadian timber . —A resolution was presented against the coutinuauce of the Income tux . nnd a bill to relieve the poor of the District of Columbia ; also a joint restitutio i granting a pension to the widow of A . Lincoln The bill to nrovtde s national currency uf coin and noteswas taken up , and debated during the remainder of the session by Sherman , Howe . Sumner , C » le , and chera . Sherman favored the bill . The present distribution of bant circulation was nntafr . One-fiftei-nth of the population of the conntry had one-third of the banking capital , while the West anriSontb . where most needed , was almost with out any banking circulation . He thought national banking had many advantiges , bnt as now carried ou it was a monopoly . The I 111 imposes the increase in the bank circulation 1 * 5 .- OUii . UOb , to b...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — True Republican — 9 February 1870

^•ey objected and the resolution was not recei v- I ea . The House went into Committee and there- \ 2 ni » . 5 * th 6 MS ! , l ™ was o icupied by Butler in \ fr ,, ntJL 1 w , ,,, na defending the administration fn . m the charge of extravagance . nrntSi m- 27-T b -e joint resolution j prohibiting assessments upon or collections-rom n ^ X ^ f „ Ula t 0 ra « P ^ sTnteto th ir ™ n . p- rlor officers , w w passed . - * , bill was passed maxing Omaha a nort ot delivery —vr , uee nf th- ii ™ ingof the VirginiaJilil bylhe P ^ nVwl . oS : callv received . —Mr . Lewis , one of the Senator * elect from Virginia , was sworn in —Ihe Cnrrei . cr bill was taken np . Howe reviewed at some length the several propo-iiiona betoro the Senate . He was opposed to all restriction on the amount of banking capital , and asked tbat the West be given all they needed . S iwyer lavnred the bin asamended by ilorion MorrnJ , of Vermont , lavoreu the proposiiion of the Financo Committee . Morton advocated the bil...

Publication Title: True Republican
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THE PACIFIC COAST . [Newspaper Article] — True Republican — 9 February 1870

THE PACIFIC COAST . Peeullarltiea and Superstitions of Chinamen—California Desperadoes . Prom Mark Twain s Around the World . One of California s curiosities the people in the States will come day become familiar with through the Pacific Railroad . I mean the Chinamen . California contains 70 , t 00 of them , and every ship brings more . There is a Chinese quarter in every city and village in California and Nevada , for Boards of Aldermen will not allow them to live all around town just wherever they ohoose to locate . This is not a hardship , for they prefer to herd together . They are a people who fondly stick to their ancient customs . They dress in the quaint costumes their ancestors wore S 00 years ago . Tuey build temples , gaudy with gilding and hideous with staring idols , and there they worship after the fashion of their fathers . A strict record is kept by their chiefs of the name and residence of every Chinaman , and when he dies his body is sent back to China for burial—...

Publication Title: True Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
From the Old and New . TWO TARD 8 OFKABTB . [Newspaper Article] — True Republican — 9 February 1870

From the Old and New . TWO TARD 8 OFKABTB . .,: HY BDOAB L . F 4 XT 0 N . Two yard of earth , and a marble bust Beared aloft from the common dust , Ana a hero s Babre covered with rust ; ¦ And the sunset s splendor streaming aronna , ¦ And » thousand glories under the ground . Two yards of earth and the P ° «« ? £ ? l d With the merciful angels alone to shield A murderer s grave , a convict fled Into the Future to meet the dead , , And the rank wild grasses scatteredIM ™ 1 . Sad crimes and curses nnder the ground . Two yards of esnh , and heavon s air FTn tiingthe lilies white md fair ; Aid modeal violets gathered around , And Spotless virtue nnder the ground . •Twovarns 0 f earth , and a woman s name , Whose life was woe , and whose death was shame ; And tbe cold rain beating a naked mound , And a thousand miseries under the ground . Two yards of earth 1 O who shall say Whether of these is the better day I God give us grace in our hapless round That leads to this kingdom under the ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — True Republican — 9 February 1870

Special Notices . ¦ All Persons who are Afflicted with CQNSUMPTION , V Or any of its Early Stages , such as a C 0 UGH , COLD , OR BRONCHITIS , We offer a sure remedy , and give yon evidence for ^ prosfthst cannot be disputed . We will a * o warrant •thai remedy to giro satisfaction , or the money will be refunded . It is tbe remedy that can show more genuine evidence :. of merits than any other Balsam , Cough or Lung Bemedy offered to the public . Mrs . AMI KENNEDY , writes from Painesville , Ohio , that aha was twenty four years afflicted with Asthma and Bronchitis j Doctors fail to core : in taking np one of your Almanacs . I read of the wonderfnl cures by the use of ALLEN S LUNO BALSAM I was suffering much at the time with Asthma and Bronchitis , I thought I wouldiry a bottle of it . laid so . and was relieved in a few days , so that 1 could sit nn . IamsUtrnveyearsoface . It is now twenty-four years since I hare been so afflicted , and I have been doctored By many different phys...

Publication Title: True Republican
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BUYlPfM ItRilKH . [Newspaper Article] — True Republican — 9 February 1870

BUYlPfM ItRilKH . Cheap College Honors - — The Royal Road to Fame . Awriterinthe Chicago Tribune on this gnbjeot , after alluding to the careless and indiscriminate manner in which honors are bestowed by the majority of American colleges , and how any man of ordinary enterprisb can graduate in almost any college , though he be a numb-skull , without any scholarship whatever , sajs : Another method of stealing tbrongh college is to employ some Bohemian to wiite the exercises which they are called upon to deliver in public . A successful public demonstration by a college student is a strong recommendation for a diploma , and many excellent and honest professors wonder how it is that men invariably dnll in their classes and exercises make their mark nt the annual commencements . The reason is that they are plagiarists who read the product of the brains of poorer bnt better men and recieve credit accordingly . This traffic in literature is growing very common . It is becoming an abuse t...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — True Republican — 9 February 1870

¦ ^ ssat- ^ tJt ^ aWsWsBsWs ^ sMsWLWs ^ L ^ TO CONSUMPTIVES . THE Advertiser , having been restored to health in few weeks , by a very slmale remedy , after bavins ; suffered several years with a severe hma affeotinn , and that dread disease , Consumption—is anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers , the meana of euro . To all who desire it , he will send a copy of the mescriptkm used ( free of charge ) , with the directions for preparing and nsini ; the same , which they will find a ScaE CUBE FOR OOHSUMITIOH , ASTHMA , BRONCHITIS , eto . The object of the advertiser in sending the prescription is to benefit the afflicted and spread information which he conceives to be invaluable : and he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy , as it will cost them nothing ; , and may prove a blessinK . . Parties wishing tbe prescription win please address REV . EDWARD A . WILSON . Williamsbnrv . Kings County , New York . ERRORS OF YOUTH . A GENTLEMAN who suffered foryears from Nervous Dsbil...

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TUB MARK . KT 8 . [Newspaper Article] — True Republican — 9 February 1870

TUB MARK . KT 8 . NEW YORK . BEK » CATTLE—Fair to Prime $ 12 00 © 17 00 Hoos—Live 026 @ 000 SHEEP—Fair to Prims 460 @ 65 i ) COTTON—Middling 13 25 » FLOUS—Extra Western 608 @ 6 10 WHEAT—No 2-prlng ® 1 20 COBS—Western Mixed 106 (< S 117 OATS—Western 67 ® 60 RTE—Western 105 @ 1 07 BABLET 100 @ 1 06 PORK—Mess 2726 @ 27 76 LAUD .... 1 « K @ M 0 HI 0 AOO . BEEVES—Choice $ T 25 @ 77 S Prime 600 @ 660 FairGrades 625 @ 675 Medium 825 @ 4 76 STOOX CATTLE—Common 860 @ 460 Inferior 2 60 Q 3 I 0 Hoos—Live . 886 @ 9 76 SHEET—Live—Good to Choice 2 00 @ 6 25 1-UTTEB—Choice ...... 20 @ 24 Eoos—Freeh 28 . ® 82 FLOCK—White Winter Extra 580 @ 6 9 . 5 SnringExtra 890 ® 476 WHEAT-Spriug , No . 1 02 ® 92 H No . 2 80 X © 82 COBN—No . 2 70 ® 71 OATS—No . 2 @ 40 J , BTK—No . 2 . . @ « 6 BABLEI-NO 2 76 & 80 Pons—Mess , Ncw 2560 © 28 00 LABD 1 TJ . ® 18 MILWAUKEE . BEEVES—Choice $ 700 ( 8 7 75 Prime 600 ( 4 0 50 FairGrades 425 @ 475 rWedlnm 826 @ 475 STOCK CATTLE—Common 800 a 850 Inferi...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — True Republican — 9 February 1870

IWIAUUIEIt I > A 1 » IEM oan learn muoh to their Ir / l bennlit and avoid aU the inconveniences incident to married life , by enclosing stamp and addressing r Dr . O . O . LIOHTBo \ rN , HalseyYalley , N If EOCKBT KEVOIiVERS .-p ^ SCi CTgrfer . A neat , durable weapon , four-inchi barrel . Prioe ) , post-paid . Address 8 . O . AUSTIN , Elsie , Mich . I A 111 E ft f Dontt fail to send for MRS . HALLS L *> U ¦ C 9 i Rook entitled EUREKA , or a Peep at Man Behind the Curtain . Secret , tact tin J Jjm . Sent postpaid for 60 oents by DR . HALL A CO ., Box 2027 , Portland , Maine . THIS IS NO HUMRUG .-Hr sending 8 * cents , with age , height , color of eves and hair yon will receive by return mail , a correct picture of yonr future husband or wife , with name and date of marriage . Address W . FOX , P . O . Drawer No . 94 , FuItenviUe , New York . ¦ ssJBS » SBB ] BasBjBaasB » BSBSssjSjssss * BariSkrrS MlllBBfifllAlBSIi IfmSJtnsiBl luh twer In VmhA ¦ InBmllinjsWaVsVVn...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — True Republican — 9 February 1870

* 3 Tl ) tcttgo Pu 9 tttC 8 g gitectom . Thefolloieintj are among the prominent leading bwtine house * in their several departments : CARPET . NCS . ~ S NN- KERSON . S 94 T ^ ke street , Carnetings , Oil •Cloths , and Mattings , Wholesale and Retail Orders promptly filled . MILLINERY COOPS . EIHK , D . B . tc CO ., 63 and 35 Lake at , wholesale dealers in Straw Goods , Millinery , White Goods , iory , Gloves and Fancy Goods , 63 and 66 Lake street , Chlf ! ngft . _ PAPER AND RAGS . t AFI . IN , BUTLER * CO ., Dealers in Paper , JLi PrintersStock , Ao . Cash paid for Rags . 43 and 41 btate street , Chicago . ^ SHIP CHANDLERY . OH . BEKT , HUBBARD dc CO ., Mardlia . tarred , steel , and iron wire rope , tar , pitch and oakum , tackle blocks , anchors and chains , 917 S . Water st , Chi . TWINES AND CORPACE . ~ jTi ILBERT , HUBBARD & CO ., cotton and flax vjjay twines of all kinds , wool sacks and burlaps , nets A semes , tents , covers and flags , 207 8 . Water St . Chicag...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — True Republican — 9 February 1870

JHilmtnilicc fUisinessjUtcctori ) Thejbltmcing are ammig the prominent leading business houses in their several departmen ts : ARCHITECTS , TOWNSEND MIX . Designs for churchTnd •school architectare . SsTstBLUBZD SINCE 185 & BOOKS AND STATIONERY . f STRICKLAND & CO ., Wholesale Dealers in ^ SSfSt Stationery , School Books , Paper and Fancy oods 883 East Water street , Milwaukee . BOOTS AND SHOE 8 ., ~~ T ATKINS , STEELE dc WHITE , Exclusive JM . Wholesale Dealers in Boots and Shoes , 334 East Water street , Milwaukee . COFFEE , SPICES . AC . W & J . B . FLINT , Teas , Gronnd Coffees , „ ,. f „ s Pi 215 tMn 3 & lrd . Cream Tartar , Blacking , 4 c , Star Mills , 130 West Water street , Milwaukee /^ CROCKERY . BLAIR dc PERSONS , Crockery and Cutlery , Looking-GIassss , Lamps , and Curtain Papers , sit > East Water street , PRUCCI 8 T 8 . J- H . TESCH Be CO ., Wholesale and Retail Man•ufacturing and Analytical Chemists . Keep Pho...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — True Republican — 9 February 1870

A Book for the Million . UsT A BUT A aTLT * APBrr & TBOotnt . MNimtx nataxxvrxi SEU > B to the MAB - ^ M vMeamaM BIEDorthcsssboal CvTTTTlPi marry , on ih « ^•s * er asevsals Iphysiological n yetexies ssd revelations of the semai system , with the latest disooveries in producing and prov 6 nting offspring , how to preserve the complexion , da . This fa an interesting work of 234 pages , with numerous engravings , and contains valuablo information JOT those who are married or contemplate marriage , still It is a book that aught to be kept under lock and key , and not laid carelessly about the nouse . Sent to any one ( free of postage ) for Kfty l ^ nts . Address Dr . Butts Dispensary , No . 12 North nigtath street , St . Louis , Mo . t 3 T Notice to the Afflicted nnd Unfortunate . Before applying to the notorious Quad * who advertise in pubUo pKpeSUr using any ^ K ™!? - J ? SS Dr . Butts work , no matter what your disease is , or how deolorablo your condition . ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — True Republican — 9 February 1870

XOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN . THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY . Mrs . . ) Cures Cholera and Griping ( Price Whitcomb s > in the Bowels , and faoiliutsa \ i & Syrup . ) the process of Teething . ( Cents . Mrs . } Shbdnes Convulsions and C Price Whitcombs ( overoomea all diseases iuoi- i -iS Syrup . ) dsnttoInfantsandChildren . Cents . , „ . Mrs . . ) Cures Diarrhea , Dysentery 1 Price Wbltcoinb s \ and Summer Complaint in I £ 5 Syrnp . ) Ibildrenofallagea . / CentsIt is the Gnat Infant s and Children s Soothing Remedy in ail disorders brought on by Teething or any sthsx cause . Prepared by the Grafton Medicine Co .. St Louis , Mo . BoldbydiugsjsUaaddsslrTglnrnsdicinsgisijsrisrs

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — True Republican — 9 February 1870

Ayers Cherry Pectoral , For Diseases of the Throat and Lungs , suoh as Couahs , Colds , Whooping ; Cough , Brenohitis , Asthma , and Consumption . Probably never before in the whole history of * ( nedlcine , has any thing won eo widely and so Deeply upon the conlldence of mankinu , ar this excellent remedy for pulmonary complaints . Through a long series of years , and among most Of the races of men it has risen higher and higher In their estimation , as it has become belter known . Its uniform character and power to cure tbe various affections of the lungs and throat , have made it known as a reliable protector against them . While adapted to milder forms of disease and to young children , it is at the same time the most effectual remedy tbat can be given for incipient consumption , and tbe dangerous affections of tbe throat and lungs . Asa provision against sudden attacks of Viaun t It should be kept on band in every family , and indeed as all are some ? times subject to colds mil...

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