©IT* tV »AVBNP«HT.
For Lieut. Uonro«r,
BABBITT, of Pottawatomie
For Judges of the Hupreme Court,
T. 8. WI IVH.)N. of Iubuque,
CHA8 ASON, of I)* Moisee,
C. C. OOl.K. of Polk. ___
OASSAOAf, of Folk 0/lU»tI
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PiaMrilli Ciwiil** C»*«IM«i.
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J. M. DBWd
u B. WV1TIMO
O W. HcOLBABT,
Election October 11th.
CXinnB TIIK HKCUKDk.
In the last number of the
JSapU we find a very interesting doc
ument, a portion of which we pro
posa to ley before oar readers for the
purpose of showing them the previous
position of Mr. L. B. Stockton,Repub
Jican candidate for the Supreme Bench,
on the Fugitive Slave Law, concerning
the passage and practical workings of
which the Black Republicans are rais
ing such a hue and cry.
It appears that on the 14th of No
vember 1850, immediately after the
passage ot the Fugitive Slave Law, a
sort of Union Ratification Meeting of
the people of Des Moines county, irre
spective of party, was held at Burling
ton at which Judge Stockton took a
prominent part as President of tbe
meeting, Chairman of the Committee
on Resolutions, and general spokes
man. In his speech on that occasion,
lie was particularly severe upon the
Alolitionists, and even went so far as
to pull from bis pocket a copy of tbc
Holy Bible, which he had placed there
for tbe occasion,and opening tbe sacred
volume, read several passages with a
view of paliating the Bin of slavery,
and proving on tbe authority of the
Word of God that fugitive slaves
ought to be returned to their masters.
This, and more than this, did Judge
Stockton, for tbe following resolutions
adopted on that occasion, which we
publish in full. They were not only
supported by Mr. Stockton, but were
by him written and brought before the
1. Resolved That we approve of the
pe*C4 measure* ol the late session of Con
gress, and tee rejoice in their pontage. They
hsd their origin in a spirit of patriotism,
and constitute, in our opinion, a fair com*
promise of the various questions lately agi*
latin# "i* country, each one being fairly
the consideration of the other that they
ought to be repealtd, and that any attempt,
essentially to modify any of them, unless
time aud experience shall demonstrate the
naoeesity thereof, would be an act bad
f'mith, subversive of the mutual conbdence
and esteem which should exist between the
different parties of this great common
wealth, and dangerous to the perpetuity of
SI. Retolved, That the Constitution of the
United States is a compact, a solemn agree
ment, a holy covenant, a fundamental trea
ty That it is indivisible, eaoh part being
dependent on the other, and no part bind
ing without the whole That under its fos
tering influence our country has risen to its
present high state of prosperity and happi
neea, and if we expeot these to continue, we
should guard well that each and every part
of it is alike respected, revered and obeyed.
8. Rttolvtd, That we will tuttain the Con
tention of tht United Statet at the tupreme
lam of the land that we hold uurselve* and
tack member of the confederacy bound there
by that they are not to be obeyed by
halves there is no middle ground between
submission to the decision of the constitu
ted authorities and revolution, or disunion:
there Is no ambiguous condition, half ale
gianoe and half rebellion there is no trea
son made eaey.
4. Rttolvtd, That we declare our unalter
able attachment to the Union of the Statee,
and we will maintain it by every means in
•ur power. In view of which, we are in
favor of sueh measures as shall best tend to
allay irritation, cultivate better feelings and
mors fraternal sentiments between the
North and the South and arrttt the further
jrrogrttt o) political agitation on tht tubject
0. Rttolvtd, That ws recognize, in it» ful
Utt N«N, tht right of our brethern in the
States where Slavery exists by law, to havt
thtir fugitive tlavtt dtlivtrtd up and the
esaititutional obligation of the Government
topatttU such lata at thall effectually pro
vide for thtir rtcanturt ana reparation to
thott to whom they belong.
0. Reaolvtd, That as whtgs and democrats,
ws havs eome together op«n this question
in defence of the Constitution that the
good men of all parties should unite and
stand together to carry it out in good faith.
No party lines ean stand against resistance
to the Constitution and laws, and no Iparty
liase ought. Evasion of ths federal com
pact is a fraud rtsitianct to it crime
obiadieaee to it, in all its parts, is a duty
that must be paid, or ths Union is dis
7. Rttolvtd, That the Union can best be
preserved by the fslthful and complete die
ehsrge of ail tbe duties devolved upon us
by Ue Constitution snd laws and while
ws RUOXJD ou as
ELVES TO THIS, we trust that
seaee of propriety, snd their
obligations as good dliasas, will indues
both the North and the South to eeaae all
crimination and re-crimination, and to es
dsavor to cultivate those feelings of frater
nal affection, patriotic lovs and mutual re
|*rd^which are thj strongest bonds ot the
B. Rttolvtd, That there oan be no differ.
MSSiot opinion as to the obedience due to
ths declared will of tbe law asking power
-pressed, it is thi
will of ths aaties, against which no indivi
daal aad no number of individuals can set
kisor their own will When ths son
aatboritice have spoken, their man
date eaaart be eontradtated or opposed but
by ssaestker higher aud etroi^eoMu£!
t&ul authority. WhaUvariaWij
ssast be soadderod ae rightly done aad
pabUe Hbsrtr. virtas aad peass require that
Itsksali be tbifiior aaarshy aad vio.
bias ana the laaMdUts aad laevitabl* r*.
Thai we satavtala
doctrine te without any authority, religious
jo civil, in the institutions of Christianity,
jer the institutions of government, and
wherever it bad its onirin.or find# its advo
t««, whether in the balleot Coogress,with
a %rcttonal IWIIIUD prf. or in the tacred
detk, it everywhere merits the severest aud
noet unoooipromising eensure an-1 rebuke.
10 Rttolifd, That a« citizens of both par
ties, we hare read with numingled pleaaure
and satUUi'tion, an.l our h«-arty apf.le
vel and erid'irernerit to that j.ortionof tb»*
late annual message of
Treniilent of the|l-nited States, wherein lie
announce his intentiou "that to the utrnoet
of his ability and the extent of the powers
vested iri him, lie will at all times and all
plaeee, take care that tbe lawe are faithfnlly
11. Rttolvtd, That we approve, without
reserve, the course of those, who, casting
from them the ordinary infiuencee of party,
united upon a common platform in defence
of the common country againet the unrea
eonsble demand* of the contending erctioun,
and by their firmness, zeal and ability, se
cured the passage of those measures of com
promise which ensure even handed jurtice
to all portions, and which we trust, will ere
lonir bring permtnent peaee to the whole
Resolved, That onr immediate delegation
in Congress In their varioua vote# cast in
fevor of the passage of these measures,Lave
faithfully rejected the will of their constit
After perusing tbe above resolutions,
we think the opposition might as well
dry up" on their accusations of Gen
eral Dodge and other Democratic
candidates, who thought then and still
think of tbe Fugitive Slave Law as did
Mr. Stockton, and as did every thor
ough old line Whig or Democrat.
This sudden revival of the Fugitive
Slave Law test on the part of the op
position is a tham it is trumped up
for want of other capital. Tbc above
resolutions are very candid, and no
doubt represent the true feelings ot
Mr. Stockton to-day as fully as when
he perused them, lie is now working
for an election however, and we can
assure him that bis labora are in vain.
THE t!Ai1IPAIUN opened.
We are gratified to learn tliat the
old war horse, Gen. A. C. Dodge, is in
the field, and has already taken the
stump side by Bide with Kirkwood.—
Tbey met at Oskaloosa on the 20th
ult. Tbe following cheering report is
from a correspondent of the War
Eagle, which shows plainly how high*
ly tbe peuple esteem our able standard
bearer, and that bis efforts ou the
stump will be the cause of fearful hav
oc in the ranka of the opposition.—
Read the following:
OSK A LOOS
A, July 30, 1859.
Campaign has at length been fairly
opened on the stump. Our gallant
standard bearer, Gen. A. C. Dodire,
yesterday confronted the the Repub
lican candidate for Governor at this
place. Mr. Kirkwood spoke three
hours in tbe afternoon. Gen. Dod^c
arrived from Des Moines, where he
attended the meeting of the Demo
cratic State Executive Committee,
about one hour before Mr. Kirkwood
concluded. He immediately repaired
trom the hotel to tbe hall where Mr.
K. was holding forth. Not a single
cheer—not a sidgle outburst of ap
planse had rewarded the slanderous
and lowtlung speech of Kirkwood, but
wheu »en. Dodge stepped into the
room he was greeted with a shout of
welcome, even in this hot-bed of Re
publicanism. He patiently listened to
his opponent, and after K. concluded
he arose and announced to tbe au
dience that he would speak in the
evening, and would answer such of hia
competitor's arguments as he had
At an early hour the hall was filled
to its utmost capacity, and on the Gen
eral's appearance, he was again greet
ed with such a thunder of applause as
at once evidenced the high regard
borne him by a people whom he has
so long served with a true devotion to
their best interests. II is speech mark
ed with a noble and manly dignity for
which he is remarkable, clear, plain,
bold, and unequivocal, took a firm hold
on the minds of his auditors. The ef
fect of his address was heightened by
the fact tbat Mr. Kirkwood had shown
himself to be a low and vulgar black
guard, and has lampooned with his
gross vulgarities, and ribald inuendoes,
everything and everybody opposed to
Men of sense and judgment look up
on those who pander only to the lower
grades of passion and prejudice, and
who, from the public forum, deal out
wholesale slander and libel, embellish
ed with such stories and anecdotes as
would mantle the cheek of the roost
degraded debauche with shame, as un
fit to bc-entrusted with tbe grave and
responsible duties of public stations.—
The republicans, in making out this
degrading and disgusting programme
for the ensuing campaign, and choos
ing as their standard bearer and chief
mouth-piece one so eminently fitted to
the disgraceful duty, have over shot
the aaark. The man is too good, and
performs his role with too much zeal
and congeniality, and the scorn
ommendation is that he is a vulgar, in
decent and shame faced politician.
More especially do they thus refuse,
when they hear the high-toned and
national sontiments uttered by Gen.
Dodge. No slanderous vituperation
can lower him in the estimate of the
people, and his courteous and manly
beating will win for him hosts of votes
in tbe ranks of the opposition. De
cent and honorable Republicans will
rally round his standard, and will turn
their backs on the choice of the black
guards of the opposition in Iowa.—
Mark one hundred less Republican ma
jority in Mahaska this year I
Yours, truly, W.
The continental Fire Insurance Com
pany, of New Yoik, is a model institu
turn. It always pays promptly when
inours a loss, it takes risks with care
and thtrttf thrte and one third per cent.
The last dividend, just struck, gave to
its policy holders for tbe past year
per cent. to its stock-holders 7 per
cent, for tbe half year to its scrip
holders 6 per cent. Tbe accuinula
tions of this company amount to)
t'JGj G81.54. Thune who seek for
safe insurance will probably find no i
more reliable company than this. TLe
policy holders in tbis company not on
ly have their losses paid, but tboy al
so share tbe dividends—three-fourths
of the monies diytde.l are set apart
for policy holders alone.
For further particulars we would re
fer our readers to the well known
Agent in tbis city—Cyrus G. Blood,
Esq. What representations he will
make may be relied upon as genuine.
Keep your property well insured
but be very careful to iusure only in
first class companies.
Hon, A. Hall, Chief Justice of Ne
braska, is now on a visit to his former
residence—Kcosauqua. He is in an
excellent state of preservation, the
^fews informs us.
A patent tannery baa been estab
lished at Washington by Mr. Woods
worth, says the Press.
TA.—Tbe latest date from Bogota, up
to June 28th, notices the arrival of
Gen. Jones and son.
A Bogota paper thus notices the
Since the 10th instant we have had
in tbis capital tbe Hon. George W.
Jones, Resident Minister of tbe United
States, and bis son aud secretary, Mr.
Charles S. D. Jones.
We have delayed informing our
readers of this fact, in the hope tbat
we would have been able to have an
!.ouncei it, together with an account
of tbc presentation and official recep
tion of tbe honorable Minister but
having learned that the presentation
will not take place until a..er the
modifications of the Cass-IIerran treaty
made by the Senate of the United
StateB shall have bceu acceptcd by our
Legislative Chambers, we have to
limit ourselves to the publication of
tbe first-named fact alone.
It is probable that the treaty re
ferred to will be oue ot" the first mat
ters that will occupy the attention of
the next Congress aud if, as it is
stated, the modifications introduced
by the American Senate are reasonable
at the bottom, there is no reason to
doubt that they will be accepted on
This result, besides completely re
establishing a good understanding be
tween the two confederations, will
afford us the great pleasure of retain
ing amongst us the Hon. Mr. Jones, of
whose personal (jualities we have the
most satisfactory information, as well
as bis estimable family, who, as he
assured UH, will join hitn here, as soon
as his official installation takes place.
Mr. JoncF, during his stay here, will
have occasion to know that he lives in
the midst of a benevolent and civilized
people, who can justly appreciate true
The Democracy of Des Moines
county bold their nominating conven
tion on the 20th inst.
day last week, says the
Washington Press, Mr. Nelson Stew
art, a former living near this place,
did a day's work at cradling down oats
which we think will be tolerably hard
to beat—though according to the luck
we have had heretofore with
IOWA STAW FAIK.—
things,' we sball cxpect to hear of a
larger performance soon, Mr. S. com
menced work at sunrise—stopped for
breakfast—one hour at noon, and fin
ished the field a little before sundown.
It was afterwards accurately measured
by J. R. Easton, and found to contain
eight and one-fourth acres. The oats
stood about four feet high and cut a
good swath. Mr, 8. cut a swath about
9 feet wide.
bathing and supposed to have taken
cramp. His body was recovered the
SEWS IT EJUS.
UMBCa #coriI Co,,®8e' d.ied
to support a man whose greatest rec-11
Am I A.I a. I TlIP Pl»MwlAnl. K«
HE President has returned to Washing*
ton, from bis sojourn at Bedford Springs,
lving of the Sandwich Islands has
lately been much interested in raising mon
ey for a city hospital for the natives, and
has condescended to carry the subscription
paper about town himself, soliciting funds
for this charitable enterprise. One of the
wealthiest firms in Honolulu, after much so
licitation, subscribed one hundred dollars
apiece, to get rid of the old boy."
MR. Thomas McElrath has withdrawn
from The Century newspaper, ef which Mr.
lr bbons, its editor, has become the princl*
pal, if not the sole proprietor. Mr. Thom
as McElrath succeeds his father as publish*
Collins line of steamers is at last real
ly and absolutely dead. The Atlantio and
Baltic have been formally delivered to the
Panama Company, who are now having
them altered and adapted for freight and
paseenger business to California.
reasonable rates it
Urgt dividends and has the
IMM 7«MI tkd
ftt. in Mm
laat chance to see Mona. Bloadin
walk ths rooe," of plaeards at Buflal* and
Niagara Falls. The fool-hardy Frenchman
is to run a race an a rope with a boat in the
steam below, and is to stand .on his head,
whsn half way aaross on returning.
Baooft monuaeat is now eoMplalad. A
large apeee ebpul li aad dewaUMtfde ef
tod? kaa bMa cleared away, Mdn
a ... yfritmjLiiinii' T*
Jones. Russell A Co °s Expreee arrived
V:*terday Iron Denver, with dates to tbe
20th of July. Borne gold woe brought in,
•ey bat nu.e in any amount worthy
The n*«r ruad from tbe aettlements on
Cherry Creek to the Gregory diggings was
completed, an ituproveJ oieana of inter
course largely made use of for the purpoeea
Heavy rains had fallen in tbc mountains,
enabling many miners to resume the work
at their sluices which they hsd been obliged
to abandon in consequence of the failing of
tbe water in Kallaton Creek.
Five rich qusrtz leads had been diaoev*
erei in it"* Houlder diggings.
We subjoin the report of our correepond
ent as to the progrees made and the pros
pectin the future:
It is true tbat many, very maay, are still
unfortunate, but numbers arc being added
daily to tbe class of diggers, by the opening
of new claims that pay from |S to $20 per
day to the man.
THE FALL ItlVha WATER COMPAKY.
commenced operations this week. It ie their
intention to bring the water a distance of
about eleven miles above Mountain City, eo
that they ean supply claims at the top of
the mountains as well as in the gulch. This
is a desirable enterprise, and we doubt not
will prove beneficial to the company as well
es the miner. There is another feature
about this which is laudable—giving em
ployment to hundreds who are still doing
nothing. We noticed that all these waiting
for water to work their elaims, offered their
services with a zest whioh will ensure early
THE TVNMLL150 COMPANY.
I another-source from which it may be
presumed money will be made, and perhaps
rich deposits brought to light, which will
not only benefit the [rojectors, but the
country^at large. It will at least find em
ployment for a number of hands who might
otherwise leave, cursing the country and
their own luck.
We understand several steam engines
with crushers are on the way from the
States, which we doubt not will prove a
profitable investment, and a benefit to the
community. Messrs. Lehmer, Laughtor fc
Peek have in operation on the North fork of
Clear Creek, at the foot of Mountain City, a
Spanish Kastia for grinding the quartz with
cattle. These gentlemen are the pioneers
iu crushing, and deserves praise, having
proved that the rock yields a profit «vaa
put through by this meagre process.
STEAM SAW MILL.
This is one of the necessities of the miners
which is well supplied by Dr. I). S. Bently,
of Rhode Island, who with true Yankee
courage, is running a double circular saw,
and making things whiz, to the tune of 50
to 70 dollars per thousand for lumber. This
gives much greater facilities for sluicing
and building purposes, and where now
stands nearly 200 log cabins, put up in two
months, in two more we may probably see
as many frame dwellings grace ^the streets
of Mountain City. Such is the progress of a
At Boulder we understand the miners are
making trom three to twenty dollars per
day in gulch diggings. The creek is now
turned from its channel in five different
places, and sluices are now commencing op
erations in the bed of the stream. Five
leads have been discovered in this vicinity,
and claims are being opened upon them, tne
result of which we shall hear soon.
At Golden City, on Clear Creek, mining
o perations are commenced in earnest Abont
a mile above the town site, three water
wheels are constructed to raise the water
to the sluiccs, and the bank diggings are ex
pected to pay well.
Parties of men are known to be getting
gold in various parts of the mountains, in
insolated groups, which probably become
the scene of large mining operations this fall
or next spring.
friends will bear in mind tbat the next
annual exhibition ot the State Agricul
tural Society of Iowa will take place at
Oskaloosa on the 27th, 28th and 30th
The Council Bluffs Presa says tbat
Charles Connor, aged about 22 years,
was drowned in the Pidgeon near Mr.
Read's Mill on Monday last. lie was
Boston Courier announces, editorial
ly, without contradiction, the fact of the
circulation of a report that Frof. Felton of
Harvard College, distinguished for his
Greek scholarship and controversial ability
as a writer against Spiritualism, has be
cone a believer in that doctrine, If not a
A DANCIXO roaster was taken up in Natch
ez recently for robbing a fellow-boarder.—
He says he commenced by cheating a print
er, and after that everything rascally ssemed
to come easy to him.
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MWMIIW I 1UJJI-WSIUIIJP Wl
Since our last letter I have again visited
the scene oi actiou, where the gold is be
inp taken from the bowels of the earth, and
thai too iu quautitiee that would astonish
the moot fastidious, and make squirm the
poor deluded, ecif-deluded, disappointed em
igrant, who plodded his way to Cherry
Creek this spring, and returned to the
Statee determined to resist every attempt
that might be made to prove that gold is
embedded in the Rocky Mountains. But if
ocular demonstration, conveyed through a
second party, is sufficient for the task, the
thousands of dollars worth ot the dust that
is being conveyed by express and privately
into the states will certainly convince the
disinterested that gold is found here by
some parties. When 1 speak of being con
veyed privately, we mean that po less than
eight miners have left here for their homes
within the last four weeks, with no less than
ten thousand dollars each, of the dust, and
perhaps many more that we have no kntftrl
edge of. Huch is the progreea made in tbc
LP Ik Da'tsfott
•ar le .very county
canvass for the
Uiastrated monthly joernal. To tollable, active
mvm, a salary
per year aad a small eosamts
will paid. Addreee
BaiTToa, pobiliher, SOBeekmaa
rfBl MANN, tbe renowned dlaeoverer of that
invaluable reaxdy, Dr. Mann's Ague Bsltaia, still
oontinnee to labor ia behalf of the afflicted. Hts
medlcleee are anlrerssily admitted by the American
press, to be far superior to an? end all others ever
discovered for the treatmeatof chills, fever and egue,
and ell Intermlttents. There can be no doubt, If we
can place confidence In tbe innumerable teetlooniale
whleb tbe Doctor has in his possession, that it is the
greatest dlsaovery ever made in the science of medi
etas. The attention of our readers is called to tbe
advertisement of tnls Balsam found 1a another col
nmn ef this paper, aad we woo'd reoommend all (of
fering from this disease, vis: chills, fever aad ague,
to avail themselves of a trial of tbis rented/.
Bold by all food drngglsta.
BasToaATtva.—Aawng all prep
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when grayneis bss actually supervised,gtvee a rieh
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Bold by all respectable drngglsta.
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They come from last, and North, and West,
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They always care—they never kill—
Thousands now in their graves were laid
Wsre it not for Her
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Their like was never seeu before,
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be continued, and tbe 111 eflfects of bad dyes reme
died the Hair invigorated for Life by tbis splendid
Made, sold or applied (in 9 private rooms) at the
Wig Factory, 313 Broadway, New York.
Sold in all cities and towns of tbe United States,
by Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
tf" The Oenulne has the name and address upon
a sterl plate engraving on four sides of each box, of
WILLIAM A BiTOHBLOR,
Jolyll-wly 133 Broadway, New York.
BATCNRLOR'0 Wigs and Tonpees surpass all.—
They are elegent, light, easy and darable
Fitting to a charm—no turning np behind no
shrinking off tbe head i Indeed, this Is the only es
tablishment where theee things are properly under
stood and mads.
Jallly-wly 383 Broadway, New York.
S O A I E 8
In view of the fact that every member of the hu
man family la more or leee subjected to some ooas
plaint, besides innumerable other conditions in life,
which, by the assistance of a little knowlelge ores
ercise ot ooinmon sense, tbey ma be able to to regu
late their hablte of diet, and witk tbe asslatance of
a good tonic, aeenre permeneot health. In order to
ac napllih this deeired object, the true coarse to
pnrsae is eertaialy that which will produee e natu
ral state of thinga at the leaet heserd of vital
strength aad life for this cad Dr Hoe
tetter has In
troduced to tbis country a preparatioa beartag bis
name, whleb at tble day is not a new medicine, bat
one that has btea tried far yeare, glvlag eetlsfection
to all who have need It. The bltiere operate power
fu ly apaa the stomach, bowels aad liver, restoring
them to a healthy aad vigorous action, and thue by
tbe simple process ef itreagtheatng natnre, enable
the system to triamph over dlserae
For the care of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Nausea,
Flateleacy, Leee of Appetite, or any Billons Oonv
aints, arising from a morbid iaactlon of the Stom
ach or Bowels, producing Cramps, Dysentery, Colic,
Oholera Morbua, Ac., these Hitters have no equsl
Diarrhoea, dyaentrry or flux, so generally con
tracts! by aew eettlers, snd cansfd principally by
the chaage of water and diet, wi'l be «periny regain
U1 by a brief use of thia preparation. Dyspepsia,
a disease whlth is probably more prevale.it, when
taken in nil it* form-, then aav other, the cans* of
which may always be attributed to Inngemiita of
the digestive org
ana. canbecnml witho«« fall by
aslna BOSTKTTMB'8 STOMACH S/TTBMS, ae
per directions on tbe bottle. Per tbia diaeeai every
physician will re
com at' nd Biters of some kind, then
why att use an article known to be infallib et a ve
ry oonntry have their bitters aa a preventative of (Us
eae and strengthening of the systam in general,aad
among them all there Is not to be found a more
healthy people than the flennans, from whom this
preparation emanated, baaed apoa scientific expeTl
msate which has attended to edvaare tbe deatls.y of
this great preparatioa In the m' Ileal scale ef sci-
AND Aocs.—This trying and pravoklag
disease, which Axes Its relentless grgsn on the bedy
of man, reducing him to a mere abadow in a short
space of time, aad rendering bimphytically and men
tally useless, caa be defeated aad driven from the
body by the nae ef B08TMTTMMS MKNOWJftD
BtTTBBS. Farther, any of the above stated dia
not be contracted when exposed to aay or
otaery ooodltkras producing them, if tae Bltbsra are
takea aa per dtrsatluas- Aad as it neither creates
nausea nor oMnds ths palate, and rendering unnec
eeaary any chaage or diet or iafrraptioa to asaal
pursuits, batproasotee soand sleep aad healthy dl
geetioa, the complaint ts thus rsooved aa »pee
SPECIAL NOTICES. NEWADV'RTISEM'TS BANKING.
cumptvte astorimeat or Poudtft, Shot and
Oapt caa alwmn
ba found at t. H.
Buiitfsl Osas te
Co.'s, la ^uanuties to suit cusUntfr*.
Cjraer Perry aad 01 stroeta. angO-lw
aa aorrva, Boater
la th« States, to travel and
rills, cesapaaed wholly of
YagataMe astter, ate foaaU by experience, to
barmlras to the ssost leader a*e, or the weakeel
frame, uader every etage
pieetaat and bcoign la thtir operettas that
the world, and at tha sama time
tbe luuet ceiteln la searching out the root of any
ooatfdeiut, however deep, ard
performing a care
Oaaal-st, Brandreth's BaUdiag,
iiDderslgced wnl l«s&e fur term of years
hi4 late comfortable rtsiJeure and appendeges
aituatej in tbe coiporeta ItaUta ef tbe cliy ot La
Olai e namely
i Argjle CoMage, a dwelling witi s r^ms.lsi*
garden, orchard in full bear
lug, tad is or lv acrea of
I tend, ander cultivation with W reswooUnd
tare i ell ander gaud f-nce UJIUI- 400 «r*pe vineei
part of wbteh ere aow la full bearing ura ts aad
atrawberri" In abu.d«ace There is a stable and
smk- bouse on the prtmues, and plenty of Lre
To a good tenant this p-opeMy will be rente.I ou
easy term«, from one to tn» years, and u n» need
apply anlees they are
able pay tbo rent
agreed on whether ope fall or Oct
The on-hard is now rail or frnlt which can be pur
chase, k«ether with to acre* ef corn and a few
acrea of bean*, e.bb ge, beets Ac, end pteee»»lou
I will aleo rent tbe large B'I'k Dwelling, barn,
carriage-bouse, and wagoa ahtd. with large and well
shaded grounds sttacbtd, corner of and tab
streets oa reaeeaable terms and give puaseasion Im
Yhr comfortable Brkk Dwelling on corner of Per
ry and IOUi stieet" rwiua, good water, wood house,
end finecellsr ga» iu 'oth those dwellings.
Two Dwellings in Beds' w, between ltth and
1Mb streets, now vacant and possession glvea Imme
Any or all of this beaatlful property will be ex
changed fcr unimproved lands in Iowa or Mlasonrl
If price aad location salt*. Prl e of rent Is ro ob
ject so the tenant suits. Call soon If yea want
pleaaant hom*a. (I. Whlaler, B«q will be found
at my oOce and win attend my business should I
be absent at any time,
aag.' T. 0. BAM.
Georgim Stmte Lottery!
Oa (hi PLAN
26,828 Prizes amounttngto........
as Is consistent with the prod action of a
aad permanent eure.
Her Ptrttmt is Advamtd Tta. t, wbe an saf.
lertug from aa enfeebled eonstitatloo and infirm
body, theee bitters are lavalaable as a reetoratlve of
strength end vigor,and aeed eely to be tried to beep
predated. Aad to a mothar while aarslng, theee
Bitters are tad l*
pea sable eepecially where the moth
er's noaiishmeat le laadeqaate to the deawade of
ooneeqnenUy her atreagth mast yield, aad
re It le where a good toaic, ssch as Hostatter'e
OtosM^h Bitters, to needed to Impart tfpsiau
strength and vigor te the system. LaftM sheald by
a0 meaae try this remedy lor ail cases of debility,
aad before eo delag, aek yoar pbysMaa, wbo, II be
to aoqatlnted with tbe virtue of ike flhtars, win rec
eauaead their aeia all eaeee of weakaaee.
OOBIIQB.-WI castles tha pabus agataMl us-
Taaa. aad ras
wnua th,.y w i:
OP Smeu NuxButa,
Vor the beaeflt of the
MONT1CELLO UNION ACADEMY!
JASPER COUNTY, GKOBGIA.
Aatbsrisad bp Special Aa* ef the Lagie*
M'KINNSY CO., MANAQEBB.
A I A I Z E
Vlok«t« only 9IO.OO.
Helvee, Quarters and Rlghths In proportion.
3 8 2 8 i z e s
$ 8 0 O 4 O
To be distributed each Saturday la
Class SI to be Drawa Saturday, August 6, ISM.
(Bass to be Drawn Saturday, August IS, 1869.
Class 18 to be drawn Saturday, August lo, lSfi*.
Olasi 34 to be drawn Saturday, Angus' ST, 186*.
To be Drawn In public nnd«r the sworn *n|eriates
dense of two Commissioners, W A Sv
MONS and J. PaENTiss,
In tho«it* of Sa
1 Prise of,$60,000 Is...
i ao.doo is...
I 4,000 is...
i 8,040 is...
i n 1,600 U...
6 Priteo Of 1,000 ire.
PA MILT PILLS have mandated the world with
their popularity. Over five millions of boxes are
used ennnalty, giving mployment to elghty-fivi- ineu
and women to put them up. Their cares ere num
bered by thousands—their praises on the tcngneg of
all. Cltiseis of Davenport and eiaewbere, have yon
ever ns»d them Pat ap in English, Spanish, Ger
man and French direction*. Large family boxes,
25 cents I Ave boxes for 91. Bold evrrywhere.
400 s re..
2 MM) ere.
100 ft iMarc..
100 N 85 are..
4 Prlzee of $200 Approx'* to $60,000 Prize a re 9500
4 160 ao 000 goo
4 10,000 soo
4 100 6,000 400
8 80 4,000 640
5 «0 S.000 480
8" 60 S 000 400
9 40 1,800 WW
406 !0 160 8,000
85,000 prises of 8 are 200,00,j
$10 00—Hii vss, $6 oo—Qaaa
TKBS, $3 60.
PLAN OF THK LOTTBBY.
The numbers from to 50,000 corresponding with
tbose numbers on the tickets printed In separate
allpe of paper, are encircled with small tin tubes and
pWced In one wheel.
The first 1*0 Prizes, similarly printed and encir
cled, arc placed In another wheel
The wheels art then revolted and a namber Is
drawn from tha wheel of Numbers, and at the same
time s Prize Is drawn from the other wheel. The
number and p-is1 drawn out and op ned and exhib
ited to the audience, and registered by th» commie
sleners the Prise being placed against the number
drawn. This operation is repeated until the Frlsee
are drawn ou'.
Ajpfirtxrimntinn Prite* —The two preceellng and
the two succeeding Numbers to those drswing the
flret 4* prizes will be eatltled to the 4S approxima
tion prizes For example If ticket No 11?,'.0 lraw«
the OIJO prize, ihee tlikets number* i 11'i4S,
11S49, 11'251. I1'254 will esrh be entitled to i'^OO. If
Ticket N' 6M drawa the $80,000 prit '. those tickets
numbering 64S, 549, r3'. 532, will each be entitled
toil.'*), and ao on according to the above scheme.
will ha sold at the
following ra*ee. which is the rlek:
Certificate of Packages of 10 wbola Tlckets,$0
10 Half 80
10 Quarter IS
lo Klghth 7
fa Ordertug Tickets ar CartlBcatsa,
Bacloss the money to our address for the tickets or
dered, on receipt of which they will be forwarded by
first mall. Purchasers can have tickets eadlag In
any figure they may designate.
The list of drawn numbers and prises will be sent
to purchasers lsssserilately after the drawing.
£7* Parohasers will please write their signatures
plat", and give their P.at Office, Cmaty and State.
57" Remember tbat every pris» Is drawn and pay
able ,q fan without dedue|ia.
*11 prlzee of $1,000 aad under paid Immedi
ately after the drawing—other priaea at ths asaal
time of thirty days.
All commnnlcallona strictly eeafldeatlal.
Address Ordere for Tickets or Certifies
Sr a H. WBNDOV1B, Agent,
augt-daw Olnctanati, Ohio.
Meal Estate Agentt.
asd sen all kinds of Best Bstate, else aet»
date loaas, make collections, take charge of
rents Ac., Ac.
S. STKBLISO, Freet. Bridgeport City Baak H.
Hiaar Pres. Parmer's Bank, Oean. B. B.
WABB, Cash. Iowa Stale Bank
lot A Oortoin.
OrriOE—Peat Offlce Bnllding, up-stairs'
«EOR«E L. IVICKOLIsS,
or no a,
OOBNBS BftADT AND SBOOND (Tf
AMOUNT OF THB 8MT CITT
awl C0UNTBT paoPBBTT—-issprevsd aad
roved at very low rates.
Beautiful Raaldeaca Lata at prices that saaaet
fau to aah pareeas wlshlag a lot fcr a home,
•aqalraaf 8B0. L. NIOHOUA,
aprSldtf Oor Brady aad st'ta
D. COMOOB, 'OMa TAITia
Attorney at Law A Notary Fablla.
Congdon Sc Yanlii,
GENERAL COLLECTINO AOENTB,
Inl Estate Briktri, Ac.,
TALLMM, NWBB8 A HcLBAl,
•••here aad Dealers la Etckaagsi
Having beea appelated a grate fer the
WII.l OSAW aiuaue cscaANeK
la •«. to eatt ptucheaers npwn all the prtaelpel
cities end (own. uf
n York yri adding Bt-
ohanga in r»rk.
Parcels forwaid.^l lo allpart.
tbe Ui.ll.v1 Clnt-
doms and the Oontlneuts and collections ma.le, and
ouumtsaioas aad ardors of all Wada prempUr «ae
ITIarklol St Corbin,
•talsrs aad Dealera Is Bichasra
s. WBHT aaooND BTBBBV,
•*«»*»«s Bamae. Btrvisa.
On New York, lit
Oa Chicago, M«lll rar.«a«d«
OnSt. Louis, e%7.
•old in M9M
fortign Vnfit Is mm* asai desired.
TALLMAN, POWERS A McLEAS
ANO DBALBRB IN BXOHANOB.
NtckoUt' Block, corner Brady and Stcond tft,
on all theprtnclpalcltlee of tba Dal
ted Statee, Great Britain, Ireland, aad postl
nental Burope bought and sold.
Notes and drafte oolltteted, and proceeda remitted
to any part of tbe Dnited Statee, at loweatratee of
Oollectlona of notes, drafts, accounts, legacies anu
Inheritances made lu all parte of the United States
Oanadas and Rurope.
Stocks and Bonds bought andaold on commission,
and dividends collected.
Laud Warranto bought, sold and located.
Kxabaage aa taise la tba L'alted Mtaiaa.
Carpenter A Yermllge.New York city.
Albr.ny nty Bank, Albany, New York
Buffalo City Bank, Buffalo, Ni w York,
Bank of Commerce, H,».ti,n, Maesachuaette,
Tradesmen'* Bank, Philadelphia, Pennsylvaaia,
Merrb A Manufacturer*' Bank, Ptttaburg, Pa.
MoKUn A Co, Baltimore, Ml,
OllmoreA Brotberton, Cincinnati, Ohio
State Savings Ai« ciailon, 8t IaUS, Mo
Oltisens' Hank, New Urleens, I.a
Wblte Bro's 'Ihicni,,. i,•. augl-dtf
U I U S E S E O U i
respectfully Inform the Inhabltante of
Davenport and vicinity that he has opened an
offlee directly over the Davenport Can Co.'s, In Mer
Wln's Block, on Perry, betweeuThlrdand Kourlbst's,
for the transaction of Mechanical aud Operative Den
tistry In all It* branches Having received instruc
tims from, aud du:..,v s,t y,-„r i„-^fnasaociateil
with,one of the most at.It- i in the BsMt.he
feels confident that any operations cntrua el to him
will be executed In a -aref*| and skillful manner.—
He wll be happy to show any who may favi
him With a call, his recoinnundatioiis, which are or
tbe highest character and would invite tbe moet
criticalesamlnatl uio!i all wok ivmmlttedlo his
bands. All operation* ri-glxtered and warranted-—
He solicit* a share ut the public patronarfe, and takee
pleasure in submitting the fo'lcwii.K testimonial:
l.nanoN.Oct 2s, 1NA7.
Thia may certify that Dr- J, Chesebrough has been
s pupil of mine In the study of Dentistry, and that
during the past year, he has operated wltb me In my
office. In his professional ability 1 have the greateet
coafideuc, and rdlal!y recommend Mm in any
wishing such services as those of a csrsfnl and skill,
ful Dental Operator W. W. BUBPPIKLI).
And also lu referring to Meesrs.
Q. T. a O. Shepard, lion T. W. Williams,
F' 0' Learned, I)r W. W. Rhefleid,
Hon Ibenexer Iyarned, u l^arne.1.
Dr. Lewis Belts, Rev Daniel Hnntlngtoa,
W Browne, Ir W K Stoddard,
of New London, (Jonn also to
W Ourley Baq
R» v Packard,
Hev I) Mason,
W A BemlngtoS.
A W Bailey. [Feb*
no N Boxers.
O W Smith,
Y SI ymaker,
Bev V Magotia,
FORSALE OR LEASE.
JkONB hundred and twenty Bnllding lata la sa
ZAiMltN to the t'jwn of Port Byron.
Wieee lots are eligible and handsomely situated es
she bank of the Mlsslsaippl. They wil be sold on rea
For particulars Inquire of Meesra. Dnrfee, Pratt a
Ooi, Port Byrun, Charles J. Rogers, Ku| LcOlalrO,
or of JttllN T. KINO,
Pand Ag»ut. No V, Hiady *treet.
O" Also, numberlesa stratle pieces ,i land In
and near the cities of Davenport and Le Claire, aad
near Port Byron. novSO
For Sate or M*eaue,
N Lot* or hUtx'lTWon* to suit purchasers ot per
that m&y !-«ln Lo lease for a term of yeaiSt
the following pr i[«-rty in theclty of Davenport, vis
la block !•—OT6 feet fronting on 3d street,
180 on Woe tern Aveaae.
t»" ad at.
la^lock 17—near tbe Market House.
Ia blsflfc 18.— 60 feel fronting on Id street.
1M Scott st.
la Most 10—90 id st.
WO 4th St.
M0 Harrison st
•00 Ripley st.
Ia blOOfe 17.—IW 6tL#t.
In block *1.—ISO 6th st.
ISO Scott nl.
Ia Mack M.—aoo Western aisias.
ISO Sth St.
1M 7th st.
a Mask $8.—IM Brown st.
IN 7th St.
la Mack $.- sth sliest, axtsa
dlngbacb 1M feet.
for farther paitlealars, ea^nlre of
JOHN T. KIN#,
taad Ageat, Ma. 17 Brady street.
w e i n o a e
O K 1 I A
HB TTNDBBSIUNBD WILL BKI.L ONE, A
All tie Dwellings la his
ON BRADY STUB IT.
bit. TWBi.rrn and thirtkkbtb st&
The grouad rent on which these dwellings stand Is
oaly one doller per front fort aad has 16 years lack
inga few months to run. The double bouses have
double sills, and are joined togrther only by tbe si
ding, and all strong and well built frames, and if de
eired ean easily be removed.
These houses have g, 7,8 and eleven rooma, all pa
pered, sash hung on pnlilea, each honee e pleee«nt
sloop above aad below, lote we'I shaded, good well of
water to each bouse, cistern and cellar
Aay pereoa with small meaue can procure himself
a plaaeaat boms by buying one of three single or
doable boaaes. A part of tbe pejmeat caa ae ex
tended eoae tlsee, and but little mare than tba an
nual rest will be reqtriied in haad.
The Large Brlok Dwelling Houaa la
which I live, corner of Twelfth end Brady streets,
la for aele. The lot la 314 feet front by 160 feet, to
an alley, oa wblcb there It no incambrance, and caa
be scld on long tine.
The Two Btory Brtok
give spaslal attsaMas ta giniN— aad
ssssrlng claims of every klad.
Also, bay, sell, exchaage, toaa aad pay taxmes
Baal Bstate, acgcUsts isasa, axamlse lasd, tMtos,
eensr e( Bsady A Bsessd st,
Dr. J. HCD*WM1I«
VittrtMrr Hiimb, 1.1.?.
aoraar of 10th
end Perry streets, in which j. j. Uadley aow lives.
Lot 60 by lio Nt. good water, cellar, and houss wall
finished, containing S rooms.
This property Is aire free frosa sacambranee, aad
eaa bs sold aa easy tersse.
Win* Span of Young, Wall Trained
bad Matched Horaea, Double
i Harness, aad first
rate Lawbor Wagon, cheap,
T. 0. BADS, or I W HABBISON.
[B rs to Stanford.A Bwor
BBOAOWAT, NEW TOME.
Have recently anUUhed the followlag Bptsadld aafi
BO Ceala eachV eaaile, prapaM IS
Vol lA/t qf Jot* of Arc, By Miebeiet
Tot U Lift qf Burnt, Br Oertyle
FM Ut life of Bocrattt. By Or eta
Vol IV Ufa ot CUmmbut, By Laaiartlaa
W V H/to/rrtdrick tht 0rat By Mecealsy
rw TIM MaMtmtt ByMbss Wltb
Natee of Aeas MHwsa sad Ar,
MIBCKI. A NKOU8.
*,T*U «bat the Will of
Lm .of C"s:re. Srott
*nrx 'o\"& XX the vw,
dav 'f Vr^.V, ,.
I" A i OH
UM.VtBAI. COBMlssiuii M/TBCBAWTB,
Pr..prle'..r» ,,f it,
n LTOS ttRAI* l:i,I.VATOML
Noars wavaa snunr
villi' A •«».
Cooetgnmente solMt.-1. ylUOr
HIS-s. A.', !k. fc,.
Advance msde on comignments. 'iil'J ah
Oaod lewt lor Faraiert
Lumber Cheaper tkmn f»ir.
HAVE BBDUCBO THB PBIO|
*a suit the timee, and ere no* se:iin« all klaii eF
LUMBBB, I.ATH AND BH1MOI.B8,
Lswar tbaa Ever Offered la Tble MaVhes.
Their saw mills are n-.w in op.ratVn. and ready
to fill any Bills of Lumtx-r that may be oalled for.
their yard, ea the
BARBI SON §T., BET. 14M BAD IMA UTS,
AT MILL PBICES
Saw aad Planli Mills on Wront street,
the Railroad Bridge.
Ad who went lumber will find It to their Intelsat
lo call tad tti**iu.
Good fencing, glo 00 per thousand, and other
umber low In p'pportlon Jalv1»-wtt
Young* America Maloon.
LIQUORS *djrn 8EQM8.
ARM ftDd Gold TiotBAli i| |lj |||f|
Baltimore Core Oy*ter*, le.,
At JOSRPH uNaiNorn*B,
maf-lldbwi nor. Proal aad Brady ala.
PERSONS GOING TO
K 1 I
WtlA riwn At
S»p«r Heiiy Urge Hi
WKeary Brown MtriU*9
And asaay ether geode sellable a»r tbtlr*trlgi.
Waal Bacead at, Bfy.Ls Claire
I U U K 9
FINB aaeortment jaet reorired aad fcr asla by
SMITH A RBMINOTON.
•••se Finishing Ware Keeaii,
SB Kaat Beeead Wireet-
W Ire Mafea.
TBAT eapertor ertlcle to tin eefee. for sale by
SMITH A RKM1N9TMI:
F1NB ASSORTMENT POB SALE BT
SMITH A AAMINTTFOB.
W A E O O E S
^^F D1FFBBBNT kinda and styles, for sale by
SO feet fronting on Western aveaae.
eitendlng IttO feet back wltb aa allsy
each side of tbe lot.
BMITH A BBMINOTOM
QF ALL KIMDS ea hand and made to order by
SMITH A RBMINOWB.
QA DIPPBRENT Patterns of Oook Stoves now oa
exhibition arid for eale et tbe Honae Paralsh
lag Ware Booms of
BMITH A RBMINOfOM.
NO. 90 WAHBIMUTOM STXKKT,
CHlOAUOf .... IU1MII.
rrpu, PRB8SE8, MV,
And every article required In a
Newspaper, Beak ar Jab Oflee,
On hand, aad for eale at the loweet market prteee.
tmerovementa made in the prtfmratbm of
Mtlalt, give to ths Typt man u fact it red at thle
foundry, greet retmtatlon fr'Inra'dlltr Thesiib
scvlber is pr»pard with grtaUy incrriutd
flee to supply tbe wants of tbe Trade thrwugfc»«t
He will contlane to keep in Store, a large Mech
of Hoa A Co'e.. and RoooLaa' ctttbrattd
Which, together with thtse of any other
Will be furniabed et Manufacturer't priest.
Me has recently made arranseae* nta with K
of New York, [formarly Welle a Webb] aad
will hereafter keep on hand a U'c- Stock of hie
W O O y
The best la tbe mtirktt. Parties wieblng to order
largely of Wood Type, will be furatabag with Ha.
Wgaa's Specimen Book.
lets of Superior Qu*iMy Ahooft as Mm 4.
Am Electrotype F«nadlr|r
le eonaecUd with the eeteMiahasent, and wort at
thle kind la esecuted la a very aagerlor maaner
A new apectssea Book U aow ready far delivery,
aad will be sent to parties wishing to order.
Deeds of Trust,
Qait Olalxa Deeds,
aat eNM Ma nft MA fBrnmattm a^
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