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RAISING SUKKSH VESSELS.
A Utter from Portsmouth, Va., §ay«
j|hc Government has made extensive
mropftrations for raisin# many of the
jrcsacla which were sunk in that vicini
ty at the co»oMo««aM&t ulika war.
^Ve quote
Last fall, the b*jnm ope
rating at the Navy Yard at tliis place,
Iwliere the Jaweetuwn, IK-mwoir, CV
•iumbiis, Pennsylvania, Germantoivn,
"§nd United States lay submerged,
jfho two latter have been raised from
Jfhcii' positions, and now lie high and
«(j§ry upon the shore.
Opposite Newport News the Cum
berland and Congress are in about
eleven fathoms of water. The former
f|s with her starboard side npward, and
*is greatly exposed to the ebb and flow
4ides.
w'
4ipi
This makes it moro than ordi-
arily difficult to operate upon her.
1'lie submarine divers go down every
*40ay, and thus far have placed heavy
:hains through the port-holes prcpara
,ory td raising her. The lifting power
4 will be ready very soon, and when
$his is attached the ships will come
*p-
The divers give ft as their opinion
that the wood-work of the Cumberland
is considerably worm eaten 011 the in
ide. They think that the hall will be
onnd to be in good condition.
Several guns and some iron have
J|lready been taken out of the Congress.
*3\. number of relics, such as sabres,
#iistol8 and knives havo been brought
"Jip. A number of skeletons are on
%oaid the vessels. Some are in an
ight position, whencc it is presumed
hat they, when alive, were endeavor
ing to make their escape when the ill
fated ship went down. After the re
mains of these noble men, who lost
their lives on board the Cumberland
j^trui Congress, whilo battling the rebel
-Jjenimac, are recovered, they will bo
Jilaced separately in boxes and con
veyed to the Portsmouth Naval ITospi-
tn
al, and interred with all due honors
the burying ground connected with
«|he institution, if not all recognized
|y their surviving friends. This is in
accordanco with a letter from the
Secretary of the Navy, to Captain
llolbrook, who is superintending the
raising of vessels for the Government.
The Merritnac lies in the Elizabeth
river, between Sewall's Pointand Nor
folk. A little white flag flies over the
Spot where she was sunk, to designate
lier. If she was raised she would be
*bf but little value to the Government,
as her bottom was blown out. She is
an obstruction in the river, and will
t)e
e
undoubtedly removed, and this will
done by blasting her under the
*4vater. Her timbers will then come to
the surface and float away. The met
al remaining can be easily gathered
by the divers, or removed beforehand.
Besides the vessels enumerated,
there are many smaller craft lying at
"4he bottom of the river and out in Ilatnp
3on lloads.
Affecting Scene* I
Last Tuesday, at McGregor, llie
thousands of Union men and women
there assembled, were formed in pro
cession and marched to the residence
of Col. Sam'l Merrill, who is suffering
from severe wounds received in battle.
«?ol. Merrill was on his bed, which
was near an open window, fronting
the street. The brave man, though
suffering from two painful wounds,
held a small Union flag in his hand
'which he waved in acknowledgment
of the three hearty cheers which he
received from the assembled multitude.
Soon after the arrival of the large
delegation from Hardin, their large
and handsome flag was planted on the
residence of Colonel Merrill, by J. C.
Heedy Esq., of Hardin. This evidence
of devotion brought tears to the ryes
of the gallant hero, and many friends
who saw the act. All honor to Colo
nel Merrill and his noble 21st Iowa.
Tnnocenre i« not security agaitmt
temptation it is exactly what temp
tation conquers.
&
AUGUSTUS FRENCH
Watch Manufacturer and liepairer.
WIIOLKflALr, AND BKTAIL DIAUH I#
WATCHES, CLOCKS,
Jewelry,
Silver and Plated Ware, Notions, bc^
MCGREGOR, IOWA.
pfTlic finest pieces of vatch w«rk
Cor Ute trade at low rates.
Watch Tools and Materials of crery de
scription for the Trade.
fW Eu^aving neatly cxecate^, llyl
HcG regor, April 4,1863
OK TIME.
"'^oa will ftnda splendid assortment
Wafcbfn, Clock*, Jewelry
SILYEIi-WAEE,
AT GILES & BROTHER'S,
[cGrefor, Iowa*
Btinp
itifc connected with manufacturinir and Im
n Chicago and New
to furnish any goods in
their line
fork,
rting
estalilishmentii in Chicago and New
they arc able
At Manufacturers' Prices,
AT RETAIL k WHOLESALE.
WATOHBS
go| ujp to order, and particular attcution paid
Alt Work and Goods Warranted,
fail to call at
GILES k Bi:OTHER,
^:^UV
SPRING
ifmo
All of
Next deor to fcbe ttate Haah,
KoGregor, Iowa. 22tf
MUSICAL.
GILES BRO«
-0
&
Htheir
MubIo
connection with
sjilendid
AVE just opened, in
Jewelry Store, a
land will keep on hand l'ianoea,
ipd Uualt^al IotiUUDieiiU guueraiiy.
—rAUO
Sheet Music, Musle Books,
AND SUMMEB
J. W. LEHMKTJHL
it sow spenlng a Taws and Couplets
Assortment of
Spring and Slimmer Goods,
At hi# Store In
01m
Jost purchased of Manufacturer* and TfiipSf
ters, constating in part follow*
STAPLE AND FANCY
V&Y GOODS!
Jiumerous Styles and Varieties of
LADIES' DRESS
Dress and Tailors' Trimmings,
Broadcloths, Plain and
Fancy CassimertS,
doeskins,
vesting, Ac., An.
1
GENTLEMEN'S
Spring and Summer
CLOTHING
Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Boots,
Shoes and Findings, Yankee
Notions and Stationery
Seavy and. ttlielf
HARDWARE,
itails, Oils, Paints, Drugs,
Glass, Sash, Putty—Cheaper
&aii4tfNrctofore.
'FARlfll^CJ
IMPLEMENTS
of various descriptions.
West
India Goods
FT
TT'hich
Floyd, April
Su.
All tho«ie wishing any thing in this line will
do well to call and examiue, as they can al
ways purchase at manufactureix' price*, aad
thus Mtve time, ex^eiwe, and risk of souding
further Jfofct.
K^ All Orders Promptly Attended, to.
The recular discount allowed to Mutic Tea
fliers
Hud I«ftler».
Nixi door to blata Bafd^ M^lfqfor, Iowa-
Groceries,
Such as Molasses, Tea, Coffee
Sugar, Dried Fruit, &c., &c
All of which will he sold at th« *ary t/mast
Pricee tor Cwh or Ready Pay.
Charles Qj^j, Iowa, April 8S, 1S63.
2b,
Mb
Lehmkuhl & Hausberg,
Have jo$t received, at their Store
ML large and complete
aMortraent ti
STAPLE AND FANCY
Dry
Goods,
CLOTHING,
FARMING
IMPLEMENTS,
W«t
India flood*,
Hats and Cape,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Yankee Notions,
And almost every other kind of Goods that
may be desired.
SOM 4$ TIN
will
be
lowest prices
for
cash
,dy
pay.
1863. 18tf
TOR THE TEAK 1668.
THK
CHICAGO EVENING JOURNAL,
DAILY, WEEKLY, & TRI WEEKLY.
The year now clo«yl ha* been od« un|irpeedenle^
icri's- p.r Hi,- Journal. It- rlrculiitiuii ha.i tuaM«lanil
Ji)uh!"!
iifrniii. «r!
i* -till in-rwiiic uta rate tlwt 'u
-»urneni in thr uutiei|iutiMi that it will double for the
thinl tuni! h«*fr. th' yea*
W uttrihulc thi.- iiirri a_-iii)f |iri-|*rity t« th« fn.'i th.il
wi hav,- nt'trk-ctml no mean- "r i|i«irtuie(y ti tnaki- ilir
Journal a awake n-'w^|m|XT, aii an lnni-l, -li ui^lii
forwarrt *«lvocjite
nf vrvry
rij lil cjiu.-e
Wr
In tin- i i-uiim-rcial, Ix:il, ami News IkepartmenLs of
the Journal, we will not |»-rmit ouriMlvMt be nur)
by any n'Wxpu|iir in the VW-t—nn-l in ivory re-|»-'l we
slutll roiiiinue to inaki- n a r-l ull,. publii' Journal, reiirc
fienliii|t the b»*t interv-t- of the tiet.ple, nail tleviK«il.
heart ami miuI, to the caitee of Justice, Hutiuuiity afad
tho .Nalwa.
Dally
1
Year
naily MonthM
Daily
3 Months
t'uters
NEW
WAGON
IN
^CHARLES CITY,
Flo*©
THi:
County, Iowa.
-'.iiwrtber «mM beg leave to inform
the citiacn* of Charles City and Klyd
County that he has opened a Wagon Shop in
Wool ley & Snyder's building, up stairs, where
he ia prepared to execute with
Neatness and Despatch
all orders he may be favored with. He haS
taken great pain* to select good seasoned lum
ber, find from his experience in his line of
bunness, h« Hatters himself that he ca^.**.
Manufacture and Repaid
WAGONS AXI) BUGGIES
a* cheap an the cheapest and as good an the
best.
All work warranted.
Prices according to the time*. A...
4yl PKl lIR ROSE'
Charles CHjr. January S2, 1962.
^CLEANSE YOUR BLOOD|
BY USING
SCO
VILL'8
Blood and Liver Sifnp.
The recipe is given to all physicians—_
That they may know what th» v are using.
The combination of Sarsaparilla with Stilllngia
Ik
well known to all medical men as
The best compound to
Physicians will tell vou to I ft alone all pro
prietary or i|tiack medicines, as thcycall them.
Why? For the simple reason that they arc
put ltp with printed directions and the name
and laU-l is copyrighted. Show them th
formula of preparation, and in nine eases out
ten they will approve of it. There are testi
monials from physician* whose prejudices are
overbalanced bv their good sense of the excel
lent virtues of Son-ill's Blood and Liver Sirup
and who are usint: it for their private practice,
baldlii 11. NJUYILL, Proprietor,
Dr HALUS BALSAM.
HALL'S Ll'NO BALSAMi in all eaten,
givi's the liest of satisfa«-tion
Hi ALL'S Ll'NO BAIAM has wmught
more cures since its intriKluctit* than
any other couah meilW-ine.
HA1J.' U NO MA1AM is H.tfe to use
anions children, and vet jxiwerful in
canes of chronic pulmonary diseiUM*.
HALL S Ll'NO UAI.SAM hrin-H in cer
tificates almot daily of its wonderful
cure* in nil part* of th« country.
IIAIX'S BALSAM for the LUNGS is
bold in every town in the country.
The more striking proof of the intrinsic
worth and excellence of DH. HALL'S BAL
SAM for the LUNGS, is shown in the rapidi
ty with which it l»eeomet» a general favorite
with the |H*ople. Th*re is nothing of a nitni
lar nature hut what is»«»on caist into the (shade
when the Balaam h.vs l»een thoroughly testel
The itj enl« for its sale, the country o"er, In
ordet ingaiew tuppliei. are very enthusiastic in
ita favor, saying. "It the tliina it aete
like a chartii iUeffect* are truly mn«k»!."
The aflWct»l can olitnin the medicine of
H.SroYlLL. Proprietor,
T(*» Randolph i«t., Chicafo. 111.
to whom all orders should !e addressed.
Sold l.yJ. W. I/i'hmkuhl & Co. Ch tries City,
Iowa l\ Morse, Osifc'e C. VV. Billing», Brul
fortL
Tho Early^^Physical degeneracy of
AMERICAN PEOL'LK.
JU8T PUBLISHED BY DK. STONE,
Physinan to the Troy Lung and Hygienic InMitmtt
A Treatise on the Canwuof Early Physicul De
cline of Anu tican Pi'ople the Cause* of
Ket voue Debtlity, Con»uuij»tiou and Mama
nins.
Jhit Wari.
u
me of himoral tmir, vriHtm
thiiliiii
M./II.I^,
iimlitf ami rrliaU anil I
or
A
J. w. LEHMKU1IL.
WM. HAlbBKHQ.
Uav .- j«rcl
anil ihal! S(iarf no fxpeDse or effort to inaJkPit
Trie leading Xetcrpuper ef the A'/rthicmt.
Ant
reg.-intx qiio-tmnn of the War and of PuMte
ry,we
aim to ki Justk*, and promot* the best iiitcrc^ts
of the people, anl of our iin|wtriii«4 Inion. We h.n
nr. enemies to pum-h whllr tin- war lat.-. except tho
who an- the cin-ini''.- of the country. We ttball »Uni
our solilier?" in tlie rti'UI faithful ly, representing tlwir
cause wliil.' we .-ire Q^luiug fur a cauii« that u our* aitU
yours a«i well a.- tli irs.
A. *e a yrur ngi, «o we now repeat we belive
that the riglit.i i.f all loyal nji*n, everywhere, shinilil t«'
|»rol«t.ti-.|, ami llmt ti Hiior- svery wli. K', Mtionld lie de
stroy«M from off the fan- of tile earth. aiHl all their prop
erly iu u„. Uuv«ruta«ul which tliey are seek
Uiii bnivi iilirovr.
1
l«tM «T laturiytmi
».oo
TM-Wtfekiy, I Tear...."?
WXEKLf.
SaKle Copy WOO
froar .........7.00
Ten Copies .,.,.,,,..,..,16 00
Tw erity Oipme S0.00
An-l ue opy to the Getur up of a club of
.t.50
.ft.oo
'JO.
to cluba aiade o|t ia one paekage aad aeat
one adilrets.
Att*ubaeri|iUoBa payable lo advance.
J. WILSON. Publldwr.
U. S. Revenue Stamps.
N Amort men of U. B. Revenue Stampg
on hand at tie office of
O. Q. k 11 Q.
REWIOI*.
OUf, Jan. 1, IMf.
eu/ awM or
&a
Chka0O,lll.
rm BAKttrs
TAIN PANACEA.
Tor the Cure af Pain, both cxternath and
internally. The greatest Pain-Curing
lvrmedv yet discovered! I'aitr cannr»t
long exist where tbi» remedy in faithful
ly uwd
tor PAIN' in the Stomach, Back and
IVtwels. nurtis, Pruisi's, Cuts and Swel
lings, folic, IHarrhaa, and Khennia
risni, Heiwbuhe. Toothache, anl P«ir
(u he. and Neuralgia, it cures almost in
Stantaneouslv
t'HKONK' I.USF.ARES, ««eh as Dysp«'p
wa, Liver Complaint, General IV-bilitv,
Fever and Ague, ('anker or Sore Mouth,
Putrid Sore Thnmt, We»ik Kyes, Spine
And Kidney liisease, oll Sores, Cougli*
and Colds,"and Caked or Sore Breast.
In the nliove nnm«*l Piw-ases, it only
neetls t^ l»e faithfully iued aad a cure
is certain
I. J. SMITH, a Druggist of high stand
in? !n Kichmond. Ky says I»r. HAKKH'8
PAN'ACKA is doin-4 wonders in thisneighUii^
hoiNl. in the way of healing the sick, the Uhcu
inatic* among the numlx r. Perhaps the most
remarkable east* is that of an old itiw-'n of this
place who Ii mI lcen suffering from Rheumatism
fur fift(M-n vears He is now well! -and for
the great blessing he now enjoy* in the shape
of uninterrupted good health, lie is indebted
to your invaluable Panacea."
Dr.
H. SUOVILL, Proprietor, Chicago, III.
re
It will bo »ua hj Mail on reo'iiaof two (Scout
Stamps.
I*arenki an I (Juarllana' Younf Meat and Mdies!
Kail not rati4and get this book.
A
hwI tStlemn r„H*i,mtinut a/hire
tn
fltwr ir^n
Ut
t£)
trflfnfU.
cla-^ of m.il.iili.'- ail t- a l. trful ext.iil in cum
miiuitv. dooming at fceal liai.ouo yi-uth ol tooth
iiinnally. lo an early ifravi- Th««- li-. a*ea^ are very
unixirfi t! under.-Uasl. Th 'ir external maml'-Litioii-
vl
~yiii|4*are Norvou-. Iiehihty. Kelax il'"ii anil i-xhaa^
I ion M.iramiu or wa^tuig '"0-umitiou of the wlmle
body «hoiUie-- of br««lihin «r hurrM lireaihini:
a-ceu-iitiK a lull or a fltflit of »ktf» (tr«at |Ml|iUtiii ol
the heart Asthma, Umuctuuuii.t Sre lliroat i-hnWnm
«f the llaaila anil Limb* ii»ar»km to sm-iety aul to lu
--r -liul iliinne-t-of ilu- Kya-Sneht. memu
ry .iiwtiin-f oif le ail.aearalk'M ik»iu iii i»iou» iwrtn1 the
Ua.lv: |«uii- In tin liaek or limh-*, luiiit uK". dy.-in-ivia i*
uMige-tion, irrenulai ily of ll.e bowel* deranged •t'elions
of tile- Ki-luey.aiul other ttUudi, of the hotly, a- U-m or
rho-.i or Kleiir Allni.-,
Virulent di*ea*»* hi l«Hh Male
ami Kctoata. Llkcwu-d E^41epi-y, Hyeterla aad uervou
Now, hi ninety nin«* cases otilof every «me hundre-t.
all th« alHvi- nuin.il du^ordcr*. and a host i»f olher- not
iiaini-d,as (•n-imi|tio(i of the I.iini and tluit iikM iii
-Lliooe an-l wile) form of on.-uiii|*ioa of tliu fi|*i*l
Nerv.-, known a- Tab«s, Onrials, and Meseoteraai, lu»v«
Ihrir -eat aiel ori(fiu in diseases of the IVIvh' iMwra
lli-ncv the waul of siicccw of the aid school practice ia
treating .-yni|4omi only.
I»r An-'lr- w Stone, lliy-irian to the Troy Ijiitp
lIvgieiiK' Institution, i. now in treating till- elan*
4 ovulern mulaiiies with Hie mi-l a-UHHflllii# smviv#.,
Tlie treatment .i ll•!•«. 1 by the In»litutiou ts new it i.- bag-,
ed upon -cientift principli-. with new discovered reinfc-
dies, without imiK-rals or |himhis The facilities cure
Mich thai initw-iit.- can curtvl ul their homes,in any
|iail i.f the ci.uiiti v, fi oin accurate de-crl|itionr. of tl»e»r
i- by teller, aad have the medicine* aenl lliem bjr
mail or cxpre«ii. I'riutod interrogatories will be forwar
del on a|pticatlon
(*oii-iiiii|iIioii t'ntirrah and diseasex of the throat
Cured a- well ut the home of patient- a- at the in-titiitHHi
by M-udinu iheCi.l.i Mfda-afe-d Inhaling Hal-amu
Vu|«rj.
wrth inhaler, and ample diri-etn-m for their use, aad di
reel corret-|»mdeiu
fatieuts a||iliii|f lor iiiti-rroKBUrrie-* or ailrUe.
liiut incloM' return .-tamp-, to nn I iUeiitHn.
a^ Tile attending rhy-ii iai. wiIIIm- found al the In
ntit'idini for «Hii^ult .lion,froiii 9 A t-
'J
1' SI. of each
dav Sunday, ui the forenoon.
Addr«r..-i la AXIiKK.W STl»NK,
itaaii to the Troy Luag anil llyifn uie lnMitue aad
fhy^tctaa for UUeaeaa af ""f.
KifUa kt., Troy, K. T.
J%e Beet Paper for Architect*, BuiUeri and
Carpenteri.
Publuh*d
in Weekly No*, at fl ctH.,oriS a year,the
Architects' and Mechanics'
JOURNAL:
For all Interested in Bnilding* Opera
tions in Town and Country.
THE
only pti|iera of the kiud which ig pub*
lishcl regularly every week. Edited by
the lk*st proftnaiiunal and practical talent, ana
illustrated every week with artistic ilhmtra
tionu, ta well w working detuilH in huililing
au'i carpeutry, of great valut*. Ham pie copy
•eat frt« toaoyaddreha, |.v the puhliahera.
A. UAltTUILL It CO.
863. GREAT 1SOS.
Freight and Passenger Route.
fj.nn A
purify the blood
Rail lloads. Rail Roads.
TTTF.
MILWAUKEE I PRAIRIE DO CHIEN R. R.
DIRECT ALL RAIL ROUTE
VOBTHEBN IOWA & MINNESOTA
TO
Milwaukee, Chicagaif
*V
St. Louis, and all Points East and South.
Trains daily
(Monday excepted)!rare Pralrledn Chic®.
Arriving at Milwnnlcee at 4.00 P.M.. and
/.UUiAJliiat rhirH»« at 6 15 P. M.. connecting at
•iirLCtly with trains for tlio Kast anil South.
CO XN ECTIC) X8
Are
*lno made at Janosville |br
IJrtoit, Jidvidrre, Frteport. Portage City, Fond du
Imc. (hhkoth. lirrltn, S(c.
J®-nf»csr:ic (ln-ck^I throi'fh rr»m Prairie dn CTl«n
to MUwaukoc, Chir i^'i. ninl ill! points Rant.
owxrnrs TICKETS
XtMilvavkee and Chicago furmtfm] (jratit by Cm
duct cm to Pattenger* holding through Enxtern Tick
ett.
Milwaukee
ever uood.
It cures scrofula in all its worst forms.
All diseases of the skin it cures effectually.
Syphilitic Swellings, Erysipelas, Scald Head,
siHt Rheum, Female Complaints. Tuinortt,
King Kvil, and all diseases arising from any
impurity of the blood.
and
Mississippi
RAILP.OAP.
ifco?
Brest Tmnsport at Ion Route
TIIE MKKCIIAXTS
JLnd all Unfitness Men of tit* A'or/h- Witt
Will aave TIMK and MONEY by having their
Goods shipped by the
OLD PlOXF.F.It h'i't'TF
any other line.
17A
MILWAUKEE ft PRAIRIE dn CHIEH.
TIik ror.t^iwixfi i.tsr.s on tut. lakks, via
New York Central liailtoad Linn,
Buffalo, Cleveland, and Chicago Line,
Western Transmutation Company, and
Northern Tiansi»ortation Company
Ba» in direct connection with this Koad, and
all Freight arriving at Milwaukee by said
Lines, is landed on the Milwaukee and Mis
sissippi liailroad Docks. If consigned to our
care, it is transferred to the Cars
free of charge,
avoiding delay und .savintr shipping charges.
N. B. The Detroit ami Milwaukee llailwsty
Company insure nil Property across take
Michigan, and deliver freight consigned to
this lload free of charge.
(TT The rates of transportation from Chi
cago to the Mississippi, will be
a* low at by
W .1K11 VIS,
General Superintendent.
J. Lawt.sr. Agent, Prairie du Chien.
March
9th. 1863. 33tf
»M ..'it f. fun "i In 14'
1803. 1863.
J.. 0fi
CHANGE OF TIME!
Via Grand Ilaven Route
New nml Favorite
U. S.
Mail,Express,Passengers,
AND
FJWCIGPIT LINE!
Lowest Hates and Quickest Tiruc
BY Tin1.
DETROIT & MILWAUKEE
In connection with tlie no
upper cabin stealnshijui
Milwaukee."
Detroit" and
On an«l after Monday, May 27tli, 1863, the
steamships Detroit anil Milwaukee." of
HALL'S CtU tJH KAIAM Wi endoiwl 1 tiii» Line, will leave the iock, foit of Milwuu
by ottr letwlin^ physician* the Httfest kee »t., Milwatikee. daily (except Snndaysi at
and Inut petnetly now l»eforethe puhlic. 7 o'clock A. and 4 o'clock I'. M. lor(n«id
ly now ik'i
Hiiven. coiinwtiiiK then-with Kxpn-ss 1 ruins
for Detroit. Susp*usion Bridge, Ton»nto, Mon
treal, lJuflalo, liochenter, Ntw York, Itostou,
Sic.,aiid
D.
k
ia ckute.
y*
Cleveland line of steamers at Detroit.
ap-Mill kail Freight Via D. & M. R. R.,'*
ana wive time anl Money.
Offices Milwaukee.
HO
F-iat Water fHreet,
(lcNir aotith of the Walker Hotwc 25 Wiaton
Kin St., Tunis
Co.'b
Periodical Deja»t and
foot of East Water Street, next door to Miles
k
Armour's Warehouse.
G. NEIMEIR. Rceeivar.
J. II WHITMAN. Oeneral We-tern Agent.
THOMAS roBlU-, i.'ilv Attent.
Freight office- foot of Milwaukee
Street—W. M.
Giiaham.
Assent.
W. K. MCIll. Gen'l Rup't.
M. R. R. Offioea, March 23, 18(8 -24tf.
1863 A n j. -ii »,-, npr Eas! 1
SB8
Rm
Tin n secure ti kets via the
NOlTIIER\
AKD
Lake Shore Bail Road Line.
THE DIM ECT ROLTE EASTWARD!
Forming with itg connections the Great
Through Route, via
Cleveland, Dunkirk or Buffalo,
To-all principal point* in
Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, New
England and the Canada*.
Zjeave Oliloaco,
6.00 A.
.If ,*.j7.,f'iWv I tlI. lAtii'j! ••.mmvmmn*
of A I.I. AH t:\l~s ti
'.I'l'i-ln* j..ri,W'y. Jrfuiii.
Iff.
DNY
6,30 P, BI.
Lxpiess Trmn.
Night Express Train.
Grand Union Depot* throughout the entire
line, in connection, at Buffalo mid Dunkirk,
with the New York and Erie and Kvw i'urk
Central lUilrotula.
Lnxurlons Slccplngr Cars!
Actiiuipanv all niulit Expreaw Trains through
to th- Atlantic ("itie*.
'I'raiiiKconnect at Detroit with Tiainnof the
ftraud Trunk lUil way. for lioudon, Hamilton.
Toronto, IJrockville, Moutical tjuebec, aiul all
points iii Canada*
Aluo at Clyde with Trains of the Sandusky,
Dayton and Cincinnati Hailroad,
for
Kandnnky,
llcllefontaiue, Springlieitl, Dayton iujil Cincin
nati.
Alw at Monrotjville witb the iaariuxky,
Manntiekl imxI Newark Railroad, for Ma»*tu kl,
Mount Vernon, Newark, ZancKVtlle, Wheel
ing, &o.
Patwengero tc«ti ue«l to
Pittsbnrp, Wlu-rling, iiarrtaburg,
Pbiladtlphia, lialtimoro, Waab
iagton, and all points ia
Ponnsylvania,
Should he particular and M-curc Tiduta ria
Cleveland aiktl i'itteburg ludlruad."
Through Ticieti by this Thred Route,
!!an
lie obtained at all Principal TIHtet Offices
in the Weht and Nortliviei.t. and in Chiu^o
at the ComiMiny'n De|Nt. cornel of Van liuren
an«l Shernuin Stiectis, und al*o at the General
PaMicnirer Offii.i-, 56 Clark Street, under tin
tSherinan Houtie.
JOHN D. CAMPBELL, Gen ital*. M. 8. k N'. 1
l: i t.ii,-a...
L.. U KII KKR, *i|.t. C. A T. R. R. .Cleveland.
H.
!\KITI\CilIAM,mii.
k
K. R. KCIevelaud
R. IV. BKOWlt, Sii|.t II I K. It K.. Buffalo.
OKU. M. (iHAV.iii'n'l l'a.-. Akchi. rhlc«go.
J4IHIS F. II KT, \Ve-i»cii TruveliiiK AjwH
WM. U. BAKU,Cuneral Agent, Bullalo, N.V.
New Watch, Glook & Jewelry
T"—I ffftn yn ir.i
E. SAAVYEE,
AT ST. CHARLES CITY,
HAS THE BEST STOCK OF
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
IN NORTHERN IOWA.
California or Pike'n Peak Gold manufactur
ed into any stylo of Pin or King you winh.
Watchc», Clocks and Jewelry rvfMUrod iA
the bent manner aud warranted.
8t Charlaa City, Not.1,18ff. 44
Dubuque 4c Sioux Cily R. K.
On ntnl .itli-r April 27, |vC, truins wiil/on
follows
thai** vonM wMt. k Frcigbt.
.8:40 a. a.
.10 00
10:40
.11.20
12:«MI
1J :i« m.
1 & :o3
1:16
4 Si
2:l«
IAV •CplHr Falla 800
u Watertoo
K.i iikiM ....
8 6 ....*
Watertoo
K.i iikiM .... 8 50
It •lesitp 9 eo
Iii.|i-|enilcnc* e
Wuithrop .10:.'5
44 Mi-miville in W
44 M:ilicliester .11:3d
In la ware Cont«,...... .1157" ....I
44 Karl\ ille....
*i....,
tl
S :»S .,
3 4"!
4:«6
4:32
4 S
6,00
.1216 »•....*
Oyersvllw
Karl\ ille....
*i....,
Oyersvllw .1CA0"
Kariej 1.W"
tl F.I'Wnrtk i :.7
I* I'eo-ta 1 Jbb
JlllMill 2:15
at InaboftiM ».«) .....
MOTIIKI 1TMT. yteipM.
Lmv Ii'ib'iqu« ^Klvl
a .lulien .0:43 ....
raisoagW.
9 90A.B
..10:13"
.loss
.10 45 -1
.11:15
11:43
.12:15 P«
1:1#
1:16
1
I'd.-la 7:J» ....
K|w«rtfc
Kiirlev .......
T:«
Iiyrrsville 8:40
^•irlvill* ... 9.0
u Iii'laware Center 9 4't
antl
lifter.. 1(1:1 a ••«.•
il Mifimvillf.. .1043 ......
Wii'throp .11:5
liKleiK-odMiCo.,., .ir-Ki
Jl-SStip .lititt
1
WM. JKRVIS, General Supt.
i
2:10
2:43
3 -0
3:!W
4:!»
4*0
rm
lliiynwiiMl ... i«s .....
II Wah'rtnn las .....
Arrive at (Vdar Falls SKW .....
Th« trains stop 10 alurtcs lUncbart# for reftnli
menu.
gf
Ct)ji?iKfTii\i.—k«v*F»irUill* on
llio
arrivnl
nftln' c-,»r8frm tlio Fjv-t. «n» ty-. Thm-«l«y- ami
Satiiniavi, I'oi Aruwliarrv l*i»hit lirn»li'r«-k. rayelto,
W-.-( 1 niMfi. ir ih 1111.1 .-t.l'a'11 ""I fr'm Mam:hc,t«r
on Moii.lay*, Weilnasiayii and Kri Uj* tor Strawberry
Point ami tlv n-rth.
M.V- il tr FaIN daily f"r Hartfon). Ap
Itnptoii.l-ljtii (»rov'. AckU y, H«r '»i City. I"wa Jail*,
A Ul rii. Wallpr. W.lmter fitv. V«wt an-l ^iou* C«T
aNo.fi.r.Utu-villp.Wavi rly Svracu.10,Nashua,Brailftlfd,
St.Cl»arl«s City anJ Mimw-u.
i Kt li(. K YOt^O, flipprinU:nUent.
A. Purw, G«^ncral Frfi^lil anUTVkct A (font.
MII-WAUKKE AND CHICAGO
RAILROAD.
MnATTKR W.tny1."«v, Mar«h mh lMI,T|»in.«
V/
w,)|
iiic Tv.'|w»t, orurr of Florida and Barclay
8tr«i'U, as follow*
MUtctiukee 8f Chicago Railroad Line
Willl»avi-Mil»a'ik«
from FlorM* street, for ChiTam
anil int'TnH'tli.ui"' at ».00 A.M., iuhI 2.WI 1. M.,
rrrcivMiK |»i-«enj{i'rf rr.tm Ma'lison, Janoiivillt and in
t«'rm''ihntr -lations tin"
Milwaukee ami Mississippi Railroad,
A1N» KH'V THK
Milwaukee and Watertown Raili^ad,
Till
La CroMe »nd Milwaukee Railroad,
*sr
Milwaukee anl lloricori Railroad,
AT MM WACKK8. A?ID TI1K
Racine and Mississippi Railroad,
At Kacim-, r»trl mniioct with tlir attornoon aud i-vpnim:
expre-« trains for the fci-t. ovorthe Micbifaii Ceutra!
ati'l Mirliinan ^outliern liailroad!'.
Qg- I'a^cneors ti-'krt.-l u Chicago, DmIob, New
York. I'hilai. iiihia. Baltimore.*o., tc.
KRKIOHT TKAIXs8 ruu throuRli to and fron MilWM
kee anl CUicaao daily, Sunday- excepM
JOHN' MiHd'V.
ls-ter«f
Tran-)«irlatiri
A Kailroad.
Chienf#, Iowa A Nebraska
RAILUOAD.
0untilfurtUer
1 AlfD AFTER MOKDAT, NOV. M, IMS,
autreo,trains wiilrua a«follww«
-nui.-M wmrr.
Frt. I'ass.
A. M.
Q-M
ad.
aiid jHjWtrful
ftUIMLMT.
Fru Haas.
r. *. r. a.
140 «^«n
2:10 ft:4S
lit #:ki
lrfO ft:'JII
1.-2* ftflO
12J0 4:40
12.'ft 4:33
1S.10 4:13
11:40 S 55
ll'JO
10.3ft S^NI
#:40 1:40
S:3ft tae
0:1# tu
tM 1:45
9TATT0KS.
I'ass.
M.
A. M.
9TATT0KS.
l-i.-OO 7:4* rillltnn,
1J:1» 8:90 Calli.mcto,
1J :3ft 8:1S ow M«r,
Ji:.S« Ml lLtme-m,
1:J« ®:44 iK-lVHt,
iK-lVHt,
Ur.i'i.l tfoan4,
Ur.i'i.l tfoan4,
1:45
2:10 9:1ft Calui.i-.
M0 Y.Uikfs- Sua,
»:f.5
l^.ii.II-ii,
8:30 100ft Onion t.ro««,
Mis-llUllCSTllle,
4:10 lojft
Onion t.ro««,
Mis-llUllCSTllle,
4M
104ft I.i.-Imih,
4^S im» Ml Vt rMB,
»:10 1140 H«*itriim.
»ttf 11M Cediir HapMa,
r. *. A.
A. t.
Martoti.Vinton ,W»t»rl".Ced »rt ill- .Wavi-rlv .Si Ch^rhv
Oigr—Fort Uudfc ,Xaraacotit Owtnoiae*,CouncilBlilfc,
StouiOty.
II. SMITH, Ea?. fcHupt
Oiiiton, Iowa, Sow. 20,1M2.
Honeitty the llfxt Policy!
i. fuARK YOU INSURELrf
THK
TO"WRA MUTT?AL
Fire Insurance Company,
LOCATKD AT
wroano, josbh
vovwvr,
h»wa.
Ila\ ine done tut-iness fur the !a-i four year- with -atis
faeimn i it- member-, that ri- 'lulemint} a-'a ii-t Kire
an 1 t111• in^- i- -ii :ri• to tin w tli o» '4.000
Mt-mbcru, and $44,000.00 aalt Amlts for
{wving I'K.-.-. and n claiuiji acainst Jitn- i'oin|iaiiy, with
a lapidlj increasing Immubww. it now od« rs Uie ouly
cluiii for tin |Hvpli ot Iowa lo ii.-arc tua safe and rc
qfou-ihie cun|iun) ul Ixune.
Tli- Company i-sin |«ilicies mi farm |roperty for Ave
ywirs fa a ca-h premium ol $1 in cin.n^i $llSl.iu
•Wed tine-years, 76 «•!.-. twu_M ir-Victi.. Willi Sl^M)
fbr |oliey and survey fee, without aay premium note or
oilier olillgation.
The Iowa mutual id devtinnd to ome the Mrmi^raiH
and mo-t reliable e«m|«ny In the Male. It already em
braii- aiiiiaig its member- the t.e-t farmar^ and promi
dent iiusniet.- men of the country.
All losses will be oqoitablj ad
justed and promptly paid.
Ia presenting o«r claims Willie |v.i|.j- o| Iowa, wedee*
it a duty, at the same time, to cauimii them auaiust the
many ci,unti-r!ed and wild cat rumimnii -that nre sending
out .i^ents over tUu State Cor uo oiler purpose than to
swiiulle every intsoii ihat tuay Ix creilaloiieuiiough Wu do
hu iiie^s w,Hi them.
'lie- eertilh-ate of
ihe
•s.s
rel.irv
.l ~t.il.
attached
b«40W,
ONLY LEGALLY ORGANIZED COMPANY
ia the^tak': and the Urnleol Iowa doclar«« a is a crime
punishable by One or imprisonment ler auy eoiitpany lo
do Imsiness hi vtolaUon of oar laws yet there ire many
(aetended compitales iu ourowii Stale a- well a- in uthr
State-.lh.it are iii dire't vailatioii 4 law, awindlmg the
IMXiple ul ln*a out of thousands of dullant auuually with
perlect 111}H11111y.
Tl ver ri-curi inp nccideiit-of property being destroy
ed bv lire and lightning "lien .-W'-e|un^ away atone blow
tlu.t whu li it ha- taken m.iDy year n| a lib umetoiuru
mi.late. reti I'Ting familie.- honiele-s aud boineS desolate.
•teiMild adni"in-h every one to -eek protiitton. especially
Wle II preteiliin. can be obtained a trilling -utn.
A. K. RICH, of West I'liiini. nui iieiieral Agent fur
Vurllu-rii luAaund Minn«.-saa i-dul, ai.lhoriztsl Loaf
|Oii.t Ani nl-. make aasigiiinviit- and i--u- |iollcas. Ac
live ageiiu aaiiUMl Ui canvaKi e\ ery county. Men with
goud bu.sitie-.- uiiouti can utake tin- leicim^s vory pr»Ata
hie. Kor ftirtlier particular adilreas A. Jl. Kich, Weat
I'liion. I'aveUe Co., Iowa.
A.W. KKBNCH, of St. Cliarlea aty.will takeap
pta-aiiun.- and du buaiuei* feueraliy lor Ui« t'uu{*ny u
Utility.
RKREBENCEB:
Haa.8.J.Kim«*od lewa
CMf.
IIoii. V. W. Isuai.L .....Mari'i..Tinn Co.
Hull
Wu
11 Hoi MM Aii.iim.-u JooeaOfc
I ton. jiiu. k. in uaa |o« .i i uy.
JOHN" NII.M, President THOH. liltKKV, Treaaunr
MU.TiiN ItKlM.S, S«« r»-tary A ».. KKU, General Aga&t.
Cliarles ("ily, August ititb, lHiil.
Certiticato from the Secretary of State.
Omcr. of sbchbtaky or »r*r*, 1
U* Ma w,
July IA. lHul.
MBMaShoo,Ik DciU sir- flic Auieraau luauraoM
tVinipan) tias initBH'd it- Article-
of
iiu n|••ration in my
kIUci Tf-,1. |..wa Mutual I II liiauranc" I iiiubiiv is tlw
iui-uraiiteyiua|»uy tlwt ha- ever tied Articles of Ul
cur|hiratioij in in\ otliia* Vnui truly.
EIJJAH S*KI-I. s«H-refcir of State,
tt|l By Ja. M. IU« w, Ik-puly.
THE NEW ENGLAND
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
PRICE ©ia.
•••ap
Machine
H'arraatMl la k* PwMi
fff* Tliin little Machine atanda oonfetuscdljr
ai the head of everything now offered to the
pulilir
|«f° Iu cbcapnesH. SiuipUd^r, GaMpactiMMt,
Dunil ilily and Lleuutv,
IT HAS NO RIVAL.
There,
is
no fompliaited Machinery to gel
out of order, ami vex the Operator.
It ia made with a|ccial reference to the
want* of afifniily hiinjilc in iU arrangements,
pcrlW in ita iniitiuii, und durable in ita |tart«.
Any one can nndi rsUiid and work it with per
fect aiKxtttri doin^ nil kinds of work, IVmn
the tinest uiuxlin to tlie coarseat faliric. It
give* the beat iviitist.n tiuu where it ianold. and
all who u.c i-.viiuiiiH pronounce it better
alapted
to meet the
iemu*
every family,
than
any other machine now offered to the public.
$5 to $10 per Day,
Can be made by en^asjiiitf in the Hale of th*
•hove MauUiiius. Ay. uts wanted In every
lownahip in Iowa. Addn-ss the m.wuit'cu turer,
JOB N
*i.
KOI-SUM.
2Znt3 Winoheuduu. Mwi.
Produce Wanted.
f-rft lrindn of Province taken in CTtchnngc
tor Qo«als »it our Store tu Kloyd—-Buch as States
Wlieitt, Hidif. Butter, JCggs, etc.
muue a» in Char
leu City.
LEHMfUHL 4 OOU
loyd, *or. 1M3.
CABINET FURNITURE,
THE
i
SFRVCIMHEU would rwpeetfully an
nouiHv to the i-itizon* «f St liurlchand
vicinity, that he still continue* the
Cabinet making BiMiaetM,
in all its various branches, at his Shop on Kel
ly Street, one door north of the Printing
Office, in St. Charles City, where he will l»e
happy to serve his friends and customers,
usual.
I have on hand, and am prepared to manu
facture to order, at short notice, all kinds of
Cabinet Furniture, such as
TQjJLET, DRESSIXG AND BRE&KFAS1
TABLE8,[
Dressing BurcaliS,
of every description,
SedBtoads.
WASH STA.:NXS,
HardrobM,
Secretaries, Bookcases,
G. H. BENNETT,
ity Jeweller,
TKiaaips iivxts
co
THEthe
AND JEWKI.RY,
that may be entrusted to his care.
The one price system stiictly adhered to.
Good lofks for Sale.
RKFKllKNCK:
A n y person of reepecteUlity within aay a0
qt-aintHiicc.
Remember the name,
o. h. BENNErrr.
Charles CHy, Floyd Co., Iowa, Jan. 22,61
Kason City Nursery.
The
sni •scrilter would respectfully inform
the citizens of Floyd county and the pub
lic generally, that he is prepared to fnrnioh
Xursexry Tree®
of all kinds and of the lnt quality, at low
Elitf
riccs, frmn liis nursery at Mason City, Iowa,
Htock consists ol' the hardiest variety of
Apple Trees, fioni two to four years old
Isjiln lla, Alexandria. Spitzenlmrg, Wine,
Catawlia and Concord (irap«*s aluo a fnll
Variety of Small Fruits, such
Ilorton S-edling Qosclcrrieti,
L«rge lol Dutcli. & Victoria white Cunanta,
Si itch, and Ohio Mammoth SIrawberrrie*
Victoria and Hybrid Pie Plant
and many other varieties of Fruit*. These
Tree* are all jierfectly sound and thrifty.
Farmers and others will do well to call and
examine lieforc pun basing elsewhere.
indeis by mail will be promptly and faith
fully attended to. A. ttARNER.
Ma*on CUy, Sept. 190ft.
r.
m.
Otrfmertlnt with throocl) trains for Chicago «rr th^
Dixnu Airljiif of the aleaa and Clin ado I ntmi lUil
road. At lf Witt wiilisupcj lor Davenport. Maqu«
ki-tnan'l Aiiaino-a At Yai'kei- Hull Willi Stun«*f for Ti».
ronto union tirov with St.-iire- lor Tipton At I.wbnn
with Stap* r.r Anamo-a, At Odiir Hriri'l- **ith
ei:nri
-for
€,*»*ffOit'r^iifrailwT,:
PRINTING AXD BINDING
KSTA RUSH EXT,
Caloric Iluilding, Court Avenue,
DES MOINES.. 10WA.
MILLS & COMPANY,
Wank Book Mannfncturcra and Book
liindcrs,
Fnrniah Counties with all Rook* and THank*
necewmry in traiiMU ting Comity bnsineaa.
Qooka maile urder. to any tlesired i^ilteni,
with or without j»rintid h- i 1
i11trs.
School districts liiriiislicil lo unlt-i with Ac
a»nnt IVjokH, Kecordn, Temhers' R»*jriatcrs, &c,
i*r
In nil cswes where it can la* done by the
pn.|iiit lots tiiims. I«aiks are delivered with
out expense to purchaser Magazineit, Period
ical!*, Bibles, &c., re-lioiind.
MILLS BROTHERS,
Printers, Publishers, Stationers,
Engravers, etc.,
Furnifth any kind of Printing on short notice
and equal iii iptality to any Kaatern work.
Ooaaty Court, Notarial & Lod^eScmla,
Furniahcd at Lowest price*.
School & Miscellaneous Books,
Letter PajH-r, I/'trnl Cap an 'oinmerciai Note
#aper, ilavclopes, Gold Peng, ike.
Sole Agency ia low. for
W H. Dodd" & Co.'s Snfc*,
Damp, Kite. Powder and Burglar Proof,
Price from $75 to $1,500, according toalse
nnd arrangement.
IX, and XI Iowa Supreme Oonrt Beporto,
Price 4,00,
Marble Worka
ARMSTRONG K B&OT^
JUMCrACTl RERS
DEALERS IN
American & Italian
am
UfiT A iO 33
JtHfeifl#
mMmS Xalj»
^-MONUMENTB,
iBELMK§, CENOTAPHS,
Mantle Pieces, Table Topa,
WASH STANDS,
And Every Variety of
MARBLE FURNITURE.
Carved and Ornamental Work,
of every description,
n$jk£]jy done to order and on the
most reasonable terms.
Tlie country i« thronged with the Ai?ent« of
foreign Mho|K who alwayK *ell at an advance
on Shop Priced. We can and will tnrni*h any
tiling iu the Marble lin*. for Xorthern Iowa,
hca|iei than cun Ins obtained elsewhere. Pur
chasers are invit«d to call at our shop, exam
ine work, aud learn prices. All orders frOCBft
distance promjitly atteixled to.
Shop near the head of Main Street.
McGregor, Iowa, March 16,1861. 12t
A SCHOOL MAGAZINE FBEE!
C1I.AHKto
I
PROFESSOR L. MILLER'S
Hair Invigorator.
ky BPPBrrirfi, SAFE atrn scosOft
CM. LOMI'OI XI*.
For ItritorhiR CJrof llalr In it o'itritw! wtter
w tin' .t .. iuk. |'ti'»fuiiiii! ilie fSa.fr Irom turuiiiK
Kl iv
for PrrvrntliiK an«t 'iifiiig It, when
Iti.-I1- the ie i-t imrirle .'i *it*lit or recuperative ener
jrj i ttt.i'!inip
For Hrmoving Sdciirf and DiliBfifi M*l Ut
ei tHiiiHii^ al|eet»in.J (it the Sealli
For Ilrniitlfj'tng tin- llntr, im|«rliiiK to !t«ll
uim i|tiii!ie.| in,- iih| in makini ii -"11 unit uttky
in ii- lexiure aiel i.kn-ui).' In curl rea.ltlv
Ttie pival celebrity utnl the iin n'asiliK tl*III*B'l Ii* tllte
Mtief|iialleil |ire|wriiti"ri. emi\ liice the iirnpriclnr tlml ono
tri.il i-unly nece--ary to-nii-ly u ili-eerimiK |nllir
it- Mi|ernr qiialilie^ uver any lillier |ii'e|mnilim ut ih^
eiit in u.-o. It cleiin?^ the lie i'l an»i ^eniji from ilnml
Hilt and etlwr culuuetuis ili*(»ast:s, rausrs the hair to
f-owiliuiiiinp,
limiiriiintly, ami jjivciia rieh, mil, nl'wsy anil
'\ille :i|i|M.nr inci'. nml aim wle re the liinr i- lixiMminfi
el it will .i\ e -tretiKth ami viper t' lh« rwiti',
ul n -lire the growth tothose |«rt- wlneli have bocooic
»hl. ciue-nig it to yiul'l lrf-h rovorinu »l Imir.
Tlierearr hutnlreil* I.ulie.f ami yentleinen in Now
York whil tun e hail their tin IT re.-tereil ly the u»e of
tin- 1iiviKir:itr. when all oilier pre|iiiatiii- tiail fmlefl
L. -M. In»x hi- ixwwsMwt telt'T* itiminierulile te-tilymu
to the above fact-1,frmn perma* of tlw hiKlnfl re-(*'i i.i
bilily It will efleetii.illy prevent the
gray
See. kc.
Also, Coffins made to order.
H. BEAMS.
St. Charles City, Jan. 8,1981. Stf
cfv
rt?aasiai»
Corner of Clark and Mill 8treet«,
CHAaLRM CITY, FLOTD CO IOWA,
Undersigned wonld reapectfallj aay
to goinl people of
The Cedar Eiver Valley,
and the rest of mankind." that he will re
pair, clean and set in order all ood gold and
Bilvt'i Duplex, I/cver and Cylinder
Watolies. CloolUB
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by ...
Alao poliliahera of the
IOWA SCHOOL JOURNAL,
Edited by Thotna* H. Benton. Jr Secrelarjr
of State Board of Education. ||antr.
Dea Uoinee, Jan. 2, 1862.,
•a*
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hair from turning
uniil the itest in-rkal «f life aiul in ra^es where
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hue etvinK it a ilark, elo-v »l|V.iranr'. A« tx-rfiiiin
Tor the toilet ami a Hair lte.-'torative ii i^ |iartiiMilarly re^
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great l.mliiies it »IV»rls iii ilrt»ssiii(! the hair, whah.
When tnoi-1 with the Invigorator can lie ilre-seil in any
re'tnire.i Turin »o a |n preserve it- j»lare. whether plain
ar in curl-—hence the grent il 'iiiami- for it the laili«-s
•h a stanUanl toilet article which none ought I" he with
•at, 0i- price place* ii within the reach ot all, l«tttK
Only Tw»nt'-Flr« Onta
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chililrens' Hair inclines 1^ weak. The iw of il lays
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For 1868.
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THAVELH AND ADVFNITTIES.
Hut the feature of our Journal, which we have not yet
mentioned, is perhaps the nx#t recktrthc of all, Its prom
iuence as ihe
Expf»nent of Rrfincd S«cipty.
Oyr corresiKindi-nee with the leader* of fa-hinns In
New Yerk and nttier capitals «~-pirjally vnluuMe In
tllM r~»|Hi-l. keeping us nntnistakahly inflrftled of the
changes and pragrens of what iJ cominonly iimlrr^too'l
by tlie Ciiy world." As we have taken some iwiii-- I"
arranire the resouri'e.s for tins new feature, «e-|ieak con
lili'idlvoi its promise of etitertainmeut to our lame cir
cle ol readers. In this de|iiirtinent lnrei(rn journal* are
endles«Iv inventive and with our indiistrioii- raiieark
nu: o| these, we are sure to select, lor the jiecnliar taste
tu which we min ster, a m»-l relishing bannuel.
TllfC EDITORS will Kive tlie.luiiru.il their con
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wo think we may preim-e to hoU. our place as the jour
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with the world.
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•i-k pro v ions It ii- giving u corrt-ct lu-tory ol tin* [ro
gres- ot invention* in thi- i-omitry. We are aNon-eeivnv
•very Wi«'k the lw.-l hi- entiiir journals ot lire.it Hnt u:
I'runce, nml (ierni.-inv lliu- placing
III
imssession all lli.il
I- trnii-iiiring in nn*i-li itili-.iI r-ciftii*. iiiii art in tlie-f
ill uoiintries. M'.i slutll continue to Iran-far U our col
nun- ci'|iiou-i-xtriift-fri'tn tlie-e jouruaU of whatever
may ile. in ut intere I toour reinlers.
A iwniphlet of iii -triMlioo as lo tho lx»t mode of oh
biiniii^ l/'tt'T" 1'itiMil ou new inventions, U furnitlivd
Cre- mi applKatinn.
have acted a? (mU-nt
Mitifit'ptildir
irj
fi
lnorutlmn s«'veiik«'ii year-, in connexion with the
Cation or Hie Scientific Ainericitn. and they refer lo '^0,
|HHI pHtiiilff- |i«r wtioiu they have done b'lMin—i'.
N" i liarpe I- m:ile for i xaliiiliiujf *kftclie« und mod
el- of new mventkoaa and far advk)ii)t inveutor« as to
llieir [Mti tiUiliiliiy.
Chemitl*, Archtiete, MittvcrighU and Farmen.
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Journal to tlieni. All the new discoveries in the i-i u nce
lieini.-lry are jriveii in it- rolumii.'. un1 the inter. .-t
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iiventiom and di-co\-erie« ap|»'rtainiin! to tli..-i
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jtiactical inloruiation pertaining to tlie liitcreMs of mill
Wright-and nnliowtiers will he found in the Scientific
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