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Noble, Miss Gardner, Mrs, Thatcher and herself and compelled them to carry heavy bur- dens and plod their weary way with their feet entirely naked,— through snow to the depths of two, three and four feet, occasion- ally crossing rivers, where they were forced to wade, where oftimes the water would nearly immerse their persons, and compel them to ward off the drifting ice with their feeble hands to keep it from bruising their shivering bodies.

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John Scott’s historical address made on July 4, 1876, at Nevada. It is said, that ‘ Westward the star of Empire takes its way,’ and I am inclined to believe that the emigration to the west next spring will be very great; yet Kansas will, doubtless, receive a share. nouglit to prevent Story from becoming one of the most populous, as it is now one of the best counties in the State of Iowa. Allen Bell has resigned the office of constable of Nevada township. See Acts of the Seventh Legislative Assembly, chapters 82, 96 and 101: Fourth General Assembly, chapter 12. After suffering these hardships and privations she was rescued by a party of Sac-Qui-Pale Indians, to whom the Agent llandrau paid

John Scott’s historical address made on July 4, 1876, at Nevada. It is said, that ‘ Westward the star of Empire takes its way,’ and I am inclined to believe that the emigration to the west next spring will be very great; yet Kansas will, doubtless, receive a share. nouglit to prevent Story from becoming one of the most populous, as it is now one of the best counties in the State of Iowa. Allen Bell has resigned the office of constable of Nevada township. See Acts of the Seventh Legislative Assembly, chapters 82, 96 and 101: Fourth General Assembly, chapter 12.

After suffering these hardships and privations she was rescued by a party of Sac-Qui-Pale Indians, to whom the Agent llandrau paid $1,090 for her ransom. Her husband, prior to his murder, held a pre-emption claim for one hundred and sixty acres of land, on which he had settled; and Mrs. entitled to appropriate remuneration to the amount of $200 in lieu of this claim which she was forced to abandon. In 1864 lands valued at $1,155,669; lots, $42,227; personal, $215,- 351; total, $1,413,247.

She adds that she has not recovered any portion of the property which she has specified, and has not herself, nor through others, sought to. Noble or Miss Gardner; the above occurrence is only one of many occurrences of “man’s inhumanity to man.” The Hamilton County supervisors have appropriated i|300 for a tablet of polished brass to commemorate the heroism of. POPULATION AND STATISTICS FOR STORY COUNTY, AT DIFFERENT DATES — 1852 TO 1887 INCLUSIVE. Population — 1856 was 2,868, of whom 1,308 were females; were five to a square mile; 640 voters. In 1865 to 1870 increase in population was 97 per cent; nearly doubling.

Frederick Reichauer, of Story county, to Miss Augusta Randeau, of Hanover Kingdom, Germany. The above appears almost incredible, but we learn it from a gentleman of undoubted veracity. “Philip Bechtel, Secretary.” [The following explanations of the cause of the above proceed- ings were published soon after:] “The Iowa State Journal is right in conjecturing that the citi- zens of Story have been ‘slightly annoyed’ by the legal executioner. It appears that the Starry Banner was just raised over the territory of which this was a part on the twentieth day of December, 1803, at the city of New Orleans.

The work of constitution making is progress- ing as rapidly as possible. '‘'‘New Township — Collins township, in the southeast corner of the county, has been organized. When discovered two were alive and are now doing well, the other is missing — supposed to have been eaten by the others. In the autumn of 1845 and the spring of 1846, the Indians removed to their reservation in Kansas, and the land we now hold was open to occupancy.

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John Scott’s historical address made on July 4, 1876, at Nevada. It is said, that ‘ Westward the star of Empire takes its way,’ and I am inclined to believe that the emigration to the west next spring will be very great; yet Kansas will, doubtless, receive a share. nouglit to prevent Story from becoming one of the most populous, as it is now one of the best counties in the State of Iowa. Allen Bell has resigned the office of constable of Nevada township. See Acts of the Seventh Legislative Assembly, chapters 82, 96 and 101: Fourth General Assembly, chapter 12. After suffering these hardships and privations she was rescued by a party of Sac-Qui-Pale Indians, to whom the Agent llandrau paid $1,090 for her ransom. Her husband, prior to his murder, held a pre-emption claim for one hundred and sixty acres of land, on which he had settled; and Mrs. entitled to appropriate remuneration to the amount of $200 in lieu of this claim which she was forced to abandon. In 1864 lands valued at $1,155,669; lots, $42,227; personal, $215,- 351; total, $1,413,247. She adds that she has not recovered any portion of the property which she has specified, and has not herself, nor through others, sought to. Noble or Miss Gardner; the above occurrence is only one of many occurrences of “man’s inhumanity to man.” The Hamilton County supervisors have appropriated i|300 for a tablet of polished brass to commemorate the heroism of. POPULATION AND STATISTICS FOR STORY COUNTY, AT DIFFERENT DATES — 1852 TO 1887 INCLUSIVE. Population — 1856 was 2,868, of whom 1,308 were females; were five to a square mile; 640 voters. In 1865 to 1870 increase in population was 97 per cent; nearly doubling. Frederick Reichauer, of Story county, to Miss Augusta Randeau, of Hanover Kingdom, Germany. The above appears almost incredible, but we learn it from a gentleman of undoubted veracity. “Philip Bechtel, Secretary.” [The following explanations of the cause of the above proceed- ings were published soon after:] “The Iowa State Journal is right in conjecturing that the citi- zens of Story have been ‘slightly annoyed’ by the legal executioner. It appears that the Starry Banner was just raised over the territory of which this was a part on the twentieth day of December, 1803, at the city of New Orleans. The work of constitution making is progress- ing as rapidly as possible. '‘'‘New Township — Collins township, in the southeast corner of the county, has been organized. When discovered two were alive and are now doing well, the other is missing — supposed to have been eaten by the others. In the autumn of 1845 and the spring of 1846, the Indians removed to their reservation in Kansas, and the land we now hold was open to occupancy.

,090 for her ransom. Her husband, prior to his murder, held a pre-emption claim for one hundred and sixty acres of land, on which he had settled; and Mrs. entitled to appropriate remuneration to the amount of 0 in lieu of this claim which she was forced to abandon. In 1864 lands valued at

John Scott’s historical address made on July 4, 1876, at Nevada. It is said, that ‘ Westward the star of Empire takes its way,’ and I am inclined to believe that the emigration to the west next spring will be very great; yet Kansas will, doubtless, receive a share. nouglit to prevent Story from becoming one of the most populous, as it is now one of the best counties in the State of Iowa. Allen Bell has resigned the office of constable of Nevada township. See Acts of the Seventh Legislative Assembly, chapters 82, 96 and 101: Fourth General Assembly, chapter 12.

After suffering these hardships and privations she was rescued by a party of Sac-Qui-Pale Indians, to whom the Agent llandrau paid $1,090 for her ransom. Her husband, prior to his murder, held a pre-emption claim for one hundred and sixty acres of land, on which he had settled; and Mrs. entitled to appropriate remuneration to the amount of $200 in lieu of this claim which she was forced to abandon. In 1864 lands valued at $1,155,669; lots, $42,227; personal, $215,- 351; total, $1,413,247.

She adds that she has not recovered any portion of the property which she has specified, and has not herself, nor through others, sought to. Noble or Miss Gardner; the above occurrence is only one of many occurrences of “man’s inhumanity to man.” The Hamilton County supervisors have appropriated i|300 for a tablet of polished brass to commemorate the heroism of. POPULATION AND STATISTICS FOR STORY COUNTY, AT DIFFERENT DATES — 1852 TO 1887 INCLUSIVE. Population — 1856 was 2,868, of whom 1,308 were females; were five to a square mile; 640 voters. In 1865 to 1870 increase in population was 97 per cent; nearly doubling.

Frederick Reichauer, of Story county, to Miss Augusta Randeau, of Hanover Kingdom, Germany. The above appears almost incredible, but we learn it from a gentleman of undoubted veracity. “Philip Bechtel, Secretary.” [The following explanations of the cause of the above proceed- ings were published soon after:] “The Iowa State Journal is right in conjecturing that the citi- zens of Story have been ‘slightly annoyed’ by the legal executioner. It appears that the Starry Banner was just raised over the territory of which this was a part on the twentieth day of December, 1803, at the city of New Orleans.

The work of constitution making is progress- ing as rapidly as possible. '‘'‘New Township — Collins township, in the southeast corner of the county, has been organized. When discovered two were alive and are now doing well, the other is missing — supposed to have been eaten by the others. In the autumn of 1845 and the spring of 1846, the Indians removed to their reservation in Kansas, and the land we now hold was open to occupancy.

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John Scott’s historical address made on July 4, 1876, at Nevada. It is said, that ‘ Westward the star of Empire takes its way,’ and I am inclined to believe that the emigration to the west next spring will be very great; yet Kansas will, doubtless, receive a share. nouglit to prevent Story from becoming one of the most populous, as it is now one of the best counties in the State of Iowa. Allen Bell has resigned the office of constable of Nevada township. See Acts of the Seventh Legislative Assembly, chapters 82, 96 and 101: Fourth General Assembly, chapter 12. After suffering these hardships and privations she was rescued by a party of Sac-Qui-Pale Indians, to whom the Agent llandrau paid $1,090 for her ransom. Her husband, prior to his murder, held a pre-emption claim for one hundred and sixty acres of land, on which he had settled; and Mrs. entitled to appropriate remuneration to the amount of $200 in lieu of this claim which she was forced to abandon. In 1864 lands valued at $1,155,669; lots, $42,227; personal, $215,- 351; total, $1,413,247. She adds that she has not recovered any portion of the property which she has specified, and has not herself, nor through others, sought to. Noble or Miss Gardner; the above occurrence is only one of many occurrences of “man’s inhumanity to man.” The Hamilton County supervisors have appropriated i|300 for a tablet of polished brass to commemorate the heroism of. POPULATION AND STATISTICS FOR STORY COUNTY, AT DIFFERENT DATES — 1852 TO 1887 INCLUSIVE. Population — 1856 was 2,868, of whom 1,308 were females; were five to a square mile; 640 voters. In 1865 to 1870 increase in population was 97 per cent; nearly doubling. Frederick Reichauer, of Story county, to Miss Augusta Randeau, of Hanover Kingdom, Germany. The above appears almost incredible, but we learn it from a gentleman of undoubted veracity. “Philip Bechtel, Secretary.” [The following explanations of the cause of the above proceed- ings were published soon after:] “The Iowa State Journal is right in conjecturing that the citi- zens of Story have been ‘slightly annoyed’ by the legal executioner. It appears that the Starry Banner was just raised over the territory of which this was a part on the twentieth day of December, 1803, at the city of New Orleans. The work of constitution making is progress- ing as rapidly as possible. '‘'‘New Township — Collins township, in the southeast corner of the county, has been organized. When discovered two were alive and are now doing well, the other is missing — supposed to have been eaten by the others. In the autumn of 1845 and the spring of 1846, the Indians removed to their reservation in Kansas, and the land we now hold was open to occupancy.

,155,669; lots, ,227; personal, 5,- 351; total,

John Scott’s historical address made on July 4, 1876, at Nevada. It is said, that ‘ Westward the star of Empire takes its way,’ and I am inclined to believe that the emigration to the west next spring will be very great; yet Kansas will, doubtless, receive a share. nouglit to prevent Story from becoming one of the most populous, as it is now one of the best counties in the State of Iowa. Allen Bell has resigned the office of constable of Nevada township. See Acts of the Seventh Legislative Assembly, chapters 82, 96 and 101: Fourth General Assembly, chapter 12.

After suffering these hardships and privations she was rescued by a party of Sac-Qui-Pale Indians, to whom the Agent llandrau paid $1,090 for her ransom. Her husband, prior to his murder, held a pre-emption claim for one hundred and sixty acres of land, on which he had settled; and Mrs. entitled to appropriate remuneration to the amount of $200 in lieu of this claim which she was forced to abandon. In 1864 lands valued at $1,155,669; lots, $42,227; personal, $215,- 351; total, $1,413,247.

She adds that she has not recovered any portion of the property which she has specified, and has not herself, nor through others, sought to. Noble or Miss Gardner; the above occurrence is only one of many occurrences of “man’s inhumanity to man.” The Hamilton County supervisors have appropriated i|300 for a tablet of polished brass to commemorate the heroism of. POPULATION AND STATISTICS FOR STORY COUNTY, AT DIFFERENT DATES — 1852 TO 1887 INCLUSIVE. Population — 1856 was 2,868, of whom 1,308 were females; were five to a square mile; 640 voters. In 1865 to 1870 increase in population was 97 per cent; nearly doubling.

Frederick Reichauer, of Story county, to Miss Augusta Randeau, of Hanover Kingdom, Germany. The above appears almost incredible, but we learn it from a gentleman of undoubted veracity. “Philip Bechtel, Secretary.” [The following explanations of the cause of the above proceed- ings were published soon after:] “The Iowa State Journal is right in conjecturing that the citi- zens of Story have been ‘slightly annoyed’ by the legal executioner. It appears that the Starry Banner was just raised over the territory of which this was a part on the twentieth day of December, 1803, at the city of New Orleans.

The work of constitution making is progress- ing as rapidly as possible. '‘'‘New Township — Collins township, in the southeast corner of the county, has been organized. When discovered two were alive and are now doing well, the other is missing — supposed to have been eaten by the others. In the autumn of 1845 and the spring of 1846, the Indians removed to their reservation in Kansas, and the land we now hold was open to occupancy.

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John Scott’s historical address made on July 4, 1876, at Nevada. It is said, that ‘ Westward the star of Empire takes its way,’ and I am inclined to believe that the emigration to the west next spring will be very great; yet Kansas will, doubtless, receive a share. nouglit to prevent Story from becoming one of the most populous, as it is now one of the best counties in the State of Iowa. Allen Bell has resigned the office of constable of Nevada township. See Acts of the Seventh Legislative Assembly, chapters 82, 96 and 101: Fourth General Assembly, chapter 12. After suffering these hardships and privations she was rescued by a party of Sac-Qui-Pale Indians, to whom the Agent llandrau paid $1,090 for her ransom. Her husband, prior to his murder, held a pre-emption claim for one hundred and sixty acres of land, on which he had settled; and Mrs. entitled to appropriate remuneration to the amount of $200 in lieu of this claim which she was forced to abandon. In 1864 lands valued at $1,155,669; lots, $42,227; personal, $215,- 351; total, $1,413,247. She adds that she has not recovered any portion of the property which she has specified, and has not herself, nor through others, sought to. Noble or Miss Gardner; the above occurrence is only one of many occurrences of “man’s inhumanity to man.” The Hamilton County supervisors have appropriated i|300 for a tablet of polished brass to commemorate the heroism of. POPULATION AND STATISTICS FOR STORY COUNTY, AT DIFFERENT DATES — 1852 TO 1887 INCLUSIVE. Population — 1856 was 2,868, of whom 1,308 were females; were five to a square mile; 640 voters. In 1865 to 1870 increase in population was 97 per cent; nearly doubling. Frederick Reichauer, of Story county, to Miss Augusta Randeau, of Hanover Kingdom, Germany. The above appears almost incredible, but we learn it from a gentleman of undoubted veracity. “Philip Bechtel, Secretary.” [The following explanations of the cause of the above proceed- ings were published soon after:] “The Iowa State Journal is right in conjecturing that the citi- zens of Story have been ‘slightly annoyed’ by the legal executioner. It appears that the Starry Banner was just raised over the territory of which this was a part on the twentieth day of December, 1803, at the city of New Orleans. The work of constitution making is progress- ing as rapidly as possible. '‘'‘New Township — Collins township, in the southeast corner of the county, has been organized. When discovered two were alive and are now doing well, the other is missing — supposed to have been eaten by the others. In the autumn of 1845 and the spring of 1846, the Indians removed to their reservation in Kansas, and the land we now hold was open to occupancy.

,413,247. She adds that she has not recovered any portion of the property which she has specified, and has not herself, nor through others, sought to. Noble or Miss Gardner; the above occurrence is only one of many occurrences of “man’s inhumanity to man.” The Hamilton County supervisors have appropriated i|300 for a tablet of polished brass to commemorate the heroism of. POPULATION AND STATISTICS FOR STORY COUNTY, AT DIFFERENT DATES — 1852 TO 1887 INCLUSIVE. Population — 1856 was 2,868, of whom 1,308 were females; were five to a square mile; 640 voters. In 1865 to 1870 increase in population was 97 per cent; nearly doubling. Frederick Reichauer, of Story county, to Miss Augusta Randeau, of Hanover Kingdom, Germany. The above appears almost incredible, but we learn it from a gentleman of undoubted veracity. “Philip Bechtel, Secretary.” [The following explanations of the cause of the above proceed- ings were published soon after:] “The Iowa State Journal is right in conjecturing that the citi- zens of Story have been ‘slightly annoyed’ by the legal executioner. It appears that the Starry Banner was just raised over the territory of which this was a part on the twentieth day of December, 1803, at the city of New Orleans. The work of constitution making is progress- ing as rapidly as possible. '‘'‘New Township — Collins township, in the southeast corner of the county, has been organized. When discovered two were alive and are now doing well, the other is missing — supposed to have been eaten by the others. In the autumn of 1845 and the spring of 1846, the Indians removed to their reservation in Kansas, and the land we now hold was open to occupancy.

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