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TUI8DAYJMOKNIM... DEC. 6, ISM. vadf mecutu If OHn Th# work bearing is till*, written bj Hivtok BoWav Uslpxi, it destioil to •er»a a good purpos-e. When we .ay "agoodpnrpo»c," we do out mean that tha adoption,- of its unholy suggest on«, or lb« re^opti'JD, truth, or ita pernio ioot do'trine# would bo attended witb baoeficisl consequence but the (act of its open exposition of wbat is raally the principles and object* of tbe Republican party will plaoc tbe poopleof this coun try upon their guard, and will eonoter aot tbe inHideous attempts of that party to got possession of the National (ioy orrment. "To be foieunrned is to be forearmed," and, sh tho circumstance which surround the appearance of this incendiary publication, endorsed as it is, by the leaders of the Kepublican party, ti* it :is the Pronumiamento of that par ty, there ait be no evasion of tho respon sibility for the principles it inculcates and the moaiiuris it recommends. Tho author publishes the written rec omnieiidiitionx of Wv. H. Scwaku, Thicopork I'AKKKK, CASSICS M. CLAY, and Joam A^It. It i»t more over, M'nt out on itM ssion with the written approbation of niity-eight Re publican members of Congress, it beara with it the in*ontestilJo proofa of its or igin, ith chnractor and its objects. It is offered by the Republican leader# as for Lho individual members of their party. It is a text-book of Ive« pub! i a'.i»m. Oil the tiile pagt we ind the following quotation iron) Shakespeare, ai an indi cation ol the ends at which the author and tbe party for which he speaks, Min "Countrymen! I iiu for simple jiutiee at your Haught else I *fk, nor.less will have. lot ri^iif, therefore, ami yield my clais, ©r. fry lit grtat God that made aU thing*, 1 'tl fight, till from my bant* my jlesh V Aaci'7." This is tbe au'.i.or'b lext. He asstimen thai tbe p*r*y which he repre*eDis •'has a tarn,' for which, if tot yielded sub missively, it will fight to (As bxUtr tnd. As an ii!u«tra'i «n of tho naturo of this "el* m," and the me^ns threatened to be use 1 in v.nd eating it, we g.ve the anneiod extracts from the work be for. tie: "For our§p!ve», »g wh te people and th? n-grO' and oilier per on* "f what vi-r co'oi or cmdit on, we mai.d ail the rghts, ii.:ere-ts and pr. giMvfs, that are guurartred »o cor respon :i ^is t-s ot nkind in tb Nort,, in E gland, iu France, Ger m^-, or in any ctber civile, and en Ightened U' try. Any proposition that tuny be of eraf conceding less thin this demand, wll be promptly ami dis 4a nf ally rejected." \i o oe I*-t the good and true mer of this count"v, ttie patriot e^ns of the patriot fa hrra, determine that tbe sun wh eb ie» io celobrnte th»j centennial ann veis^f-y o! onriut ontli' dependence, •ball n te on the h^ad ot any slave wthiu tbe limits of this Republic. Wi.l not tho nou slaveholders the North, of th" South, ,,f the Ea-t, and of the West, Heartily, nncwmuusly sanction this proposition Will it not be cheerfully iudorsed by many of the slavehol lers iheinpilves? Will anv re apeciablo man enter a protest again On the 4th of July, 1870—aooner, it? if we can—let us make tn hand. .od, at least so far aa we are eonccr.,ed, the Declaration of Independenre, whirl! was proclaimed lfi Philadelphia on the 4th of Jnlv 177C. "To turu the Hlaves away from their present homes-away from ail the prop erty and means of support which their labor has mainly produced, would be UDpardonably cruel—exceedingly un just. Still more cruel and unjust vould it be, however, to the non-slavebolding wuited no le6R than to the negroes, to grant further toleration to the exi*tcnce ot slavery. will, transpire ichat may, the n/$tem must kc abolished. of ten, if unwilling, ought, in our judg ment, to be compelled to grant them The aggregate sum thus ra ted would amount to about two hundred and fi:ty millions of dolbrs, wbuh is leaa than the tota: market val ue of two entire cropa of cotton—one* half of which sum would be amply *uf ioisnt to hud every negro in this conn »*y 00 tbe co.at of Liberia, whitber, if we had the bower, we would ship them all within the next six months. Aa a Beans of protection against the exigen cies whiob rn ght arise from a sadden transition from their present homes in America ty their future homes in Afri- fo:\hb PjrP0 enabling them wa S^ take the miatory nep in the wa.ua Oi riv.hit!d 1 Je, the remaioder of n,6U«"~8a-„aLoU °ne "fndred and tWMnty.five million JolUr8-ro ght, verv propeny, be equally di.tr buto-Umong.t avatt-m of i "D equitable ,o their ~ch and every o e of lhem dom and sixty dolhrs in current mon. then let us cbar er all the ocean CTk!? 5acke,r •nd,cliPP«r ®bipg thal no be had on liberal terms, anH cooatantly pi v ing between the porta \merioa and A'rioa, until all the "j ^e'd in bondage shall en dueted system of peratiora, but a ifw ears would be reqi red i\d«em t'ie Faited Sta'es fr^rn the monsiious oorse ef negro slavei JjT But a'i », a'av^l) tdera, chev-il'^rs a '1. lords of the lash, we are ai.wiling to allow jou to cbost the Lfgr e» out ot _I1 the rights and cUiois to *t oh, a» hu man bei(gs, they arc west *-c ed!y en titled. Not alone for -ur-elf a an in vidual, but for o ilers hIb i-- .*riU UiHr ly for five or hx rail! onto? no- -s!av« hulHi whites, wt ooi joar in qu tous atat^m has debarred from alm si all the mental and material couit rts of life— i do voe speak when \re an/, you must. least sixty dollars cash in hand. "And now, airs, we have thus laid down our ultimatum. What are you going to do about it? Something dreadful, of course Perhaps you will dissolve the Union again. Do it it you dare! Our motto, and w« wouid have vou understand it, is The Abolition of Slavery and the Perpetuation of the American Union. If, by any meant., you do succeed in your treasonable at tempts, to take the onth out ot the Union to-day, we will bring her back to-merrow—if nhe goes away with you, she will return without you. Io not mistake the meaning of the last clause of the la*t sentence we could elucidate it so thoroughly that no intelligent person could fail to compre hend it but, fir reason* which may hertM tir appear, we forego the task. lleucsiorth there are otli-ir interests to be 'uaulted in the South, aside from the interests of negroes anu slavehold ers. A profound s^nse ot duty in-'ites ub to make the greatest pons ble ehorl« for tl.e abolition of slavery an equally profound sonse of duly calls tor a uov nuatiou en those etl'oits until the last foe to freedom shall have btea 'ltterly vinquished. To the Humuons of the righteous moiiitor within, we »hal. en deavor to prove faithful no pport'.init^ for indicting a mortal wouiul i.i the side ot slaveiy shall be permitted to pass us unimproved. Thus, terror engenderersof the South, have we tnlly and ira .kly defined our position *e luvo no modifications t' propo-e, no compromieesto offer, nothing to retrac'. Fro*n, eir*, fre% foam, pre pare your weapon*, threat, e'rike, shoot, •tab, bring oi v 1 w-»r, dissolve th» Union, nay annihila e the solar s*. bteui if you wid—d« all tni-, more, less, bettor, none, anything-1o what \ou will,sira, you cxD ni'hev foil or intimidhte s our purpose is a« ti y fixed as t'i eteroul pillars of lie-iveu wih-»ve dt termine to abolisii i'-nvery, a^d.so heh us Gvd, a^oli-h it we mIi T^be t'i to bed wi*b \on t^-i-'gh", sirs, and frnk about it, d-eou over it, a^d ut nsknow tow you feel to-morrow morriing1" WL wid ive the unblu«tiug a«s r ance to proc'aim, in t^e face r-f the un di-gni-ed av'iwai of whpt h'fe endor«5ti *pokt-smin of the Iiop-b'icap p-rty **c?a'msn from the So ith, that th^t party dons nt propose to mierftrt w th Slav ery in the States in which it n eit-? Tnor- are those around u who t»ke umbrage at the declrratiotia vrbici we have so frequently reiterated, "tba* the Republican party has become thor oughly Abol tioniltd"—"that the tw parties are now merged in oue," anfl "th«t the R. publicau party has adopted all the iniqnitous principles of the Gar r:8..u, Smith, U(.ecner, Etnerron aul Phillips' bchool." But this Gazette In an tuent, come what The evils, if any, which are to result from abolition, can not, by any manner of means, be half as great r.s the evils which are certain to overtake us in^ case ot its continuance. The perpetuation all mas• fr&dom, and to pay each and ev ery one of them at Itatt sixty dollars eosA pseudo-in dignation will serve no longer to deceive the public. Republicanism is pinned down upon the platform of ultra-Abo litionism, and all the sophistry^ false hood and quibbling of an uncandid and deceptive press will not blind the people of this county, so that they may not see, in their true light, the issues now be^ fore them. The Uaielte at ita (Garbling Again. Our brief experience has abundantly convinced us that, in argumentation, the will resoit to any means to sub serve an end, but we had hardly suppos ed that it would go so far as to garble and filsify its own record. Such acts have becu represented as habits of "the dirty-bird." The slavery is the cli max iniquity For the services of the blacks f-otu the 20*.h of August, 1020, up to the 4th of July, 1869—aa interval of precisely two hundred .ir.d forty-eight yeara ten months and fourteen day*—'heir Gazette dsifies the record, when it attempts to make it appear that our remarks on Saturday were directed to the naturalized Germans. To avoid such an imputation, we specific the Kc« publican Germans, represented by Dtviokrat, Jjer and said "that our remarks only applied to that class." But the garbling propenaitiea of the Gasette are even more p'ainly exhibited in the article of yesterday, under the bead '"An Admission—Slavery Agita tun*" The Gazette of -bom in the land of their fathers, .nrn""~were act Wednesday eharged that (but for the rascally and peraisting efforts of tbe Democratic press to make capital out of thit crasy foray (tbe Harper's Ferry affair.) its influenoe would have been oorfined to a narrow space, inst ad of agitating tbe country for month*." In answer to this, we, on Saturday, said: Aa to the allegation that nette Mthe persist* ent effoits of the Democ™t prets" have been instrumental iu produc r.£ th" prcseut agitation, we will i»ot attempt to aery but th^t agitntou ba* be^n tiie result of the disclosures of ihe schemes and plots of conspirators aga nst t^e government. Lae the editor of the Ga been furnished with a copy of t^e Hin on Rowan HciperV'Comp n linm of the Impending Cii-s of the South," en dorsed by Sixty Sight Republican Members of Congress If he has, it manifests no little assurance on hi- part to .itate, that the influence J.'hr Brown fi ray would, undt-r any rc-Um staucM, have been confined to a narrow lim-t. To defeat an 1 crush the treas onable plot in the bud, required that tbe people should be aroused to a sense of the enormity of the offence, aid the oiagnituue of the danger. Brown*s in •fractionary movements were in act a majority of Rapuhlioan members of Conn b* The :tH*rttan of the I sooner or later, emancipate your slave.a, and pay each and, e 'erg one of them at Gazette that, in ocr adu-isston that the Democratic ess of the country did ag'tatc t^ie question of John Brown's foray, in or icr that ita oonconora behind the aeeres mig!^ upon its very front, and uo one less •!n-crnp' ,ous sette w than the editor of the Ga uld hive g.venjmbli :iry to such a statement. Tho man who wouid, at this day, attempt to filch from the He-j been short, lor the publican party its claim to being tbe Sunnyside we oopy fr xclosive agitator of the question of slavery iu the United States, would evidence a title to the sobriquet of fool or madman. We appeal to the MISCELLANEOUS. The Kikst KXK I tion IH UTAB.— TIk: Salt Lake Mountaineer About 11 A. M. yesterday, Thomas II. eigtison was taken outot'the prison at the Court House, by U. S. Maishal Dotson and others, and placet1 In a wag on in front of his eoflin. The detachment of militia, oidered out by Governor Cuui ming for the occasion, and under the command of Major Lott Smith, formed ironn 1 t-:e wagon. P. K Dofsor, U. S. Marsha! .1. Stene, Deputy U. S. Maishal R. T. Hurton, County bberiff: an 1 J. C. Little, Citv Marshal, and oth ers, being at the head of the procession, it passed, accompanied by au increasing number of spectators, through the city to the gallows, on the be.' ch a few hundred yards north of the city wall and east of Citv Cicek Canon. Mr. J. II. Johnson,Mr. T.S.Williams (one of hi* attorneys), and another man, by pe.nrssion, con»erstd ^itb the crim inal. lie tht-n ascended tho scaff Id with a fi &t-p After which he ad dressed the people raniblingly for about three quarters of an hour. We have not stace to insert more than bis vi«ws con cerning his tri 1 In eight d'ja afer my arrost 1 was filled i pon tor trial I was brought forth, ad I stood realv to answer .for the of triit-e I a! committed. I was tried oy tbe statutes of Utah rritorv which give a »u:n the privi 1 ce *»f f,oin_» s. affect t. m, a tellmj him it w.juld e o. Sunday. A nice Jadge ^o seud to ar.-v onn ry. I am not afraid to die, but would have ke 1 it bet'er if I baa ha 1 a fair tri^l *nd I would havu felt bet-er ifGovernT Camming hadoummut ci my t.e.teuce to the peniteniia y tn»t i ght have been b-.-t er piepareii t-» die. I Lope, g.*iitlem»'n, at tbe next judge that is Scni here wih be a timj erue judge, a jv ige that will be capable of at tending to h.s business I hope be will beaj idgethat »ili do his business rtraight. nft-.-r closing his public remarks, the condemned mau conversed a little with tbe Marshal, and requested to he prayed with, which was '»reflv done by Mr. II. Jacobs. Feigu«on theu said 4 Gentlemen, I bid you ad farewell.' The rope being adjusted, and a white 'jap drawn over the eulyrit's face, at »8 minutes after 12 o'clock Mr. Leonard 1. Smith ^ut the rope which held the drop, and the unhappy man expired in a few minutes. Between :»,000 and peo ple were present. Ho was immediately buried near the gallowe. Pea th ok Washington Irvixj .— A deep shadow has fallen on the sweet Sunnysw.c of the Hudson, and with electric flight the raven wing has dark ened the homes of the people of the continent. Washington Irving, the telegraph briefly announces, is dead. Ho was- the genial, old school author, to whom our countrymen owe an accumu lated fund of exquisite enjojment and delicious rc.eol'eclions. None of our eminent living authors haf- been so long before the public as Irving, and no other was closer knit to ihe Amerjan heart. He began his career with the dawn of American literature, and in his twentieth year gave the public the first indication of the rich vein of humor and invention in tbe Jonathan Oldstyle Letters in ihe Morning Chronicle, 1802. After spend inga tew years in European travel to recuperate bis heaKh, in 1306 he wrote the sparkling papers in Salmagundi, and the ^appearance ef the Knickerbocker, the sketch Hook, Braoebridge Hall, and Talea oi a traveler, stamped him aa a universal favorite with tbe reading World. Mr. Irving maintained hi* ascendency to tbe end in bis productions illustiative of Indian life, and his elaborate histor ioal works, the Life ot Columbus, ILgto ry of Mahomet, Biography of Goldsmith, and hia la&t and mo?t valued dedication to bis countrymen, tbe L'f» of Wathing ton. Sunnvbide, bis charmi .g retreat on the Hudson, reflected m-r» aid a.ore mjllowly the setting sun, fur fortune came witu troops of friends to cheer the ol I Story-King in Lis u» deputed realm. It is stued that of v* a»h nitoQ Ir\ing s work-—fcXcLsive of the lie ot WkkIi m^ton and Sketch fco- k there have been eol i, within the 'a«t u n vear, iweoty-.wo thou-and s ts of fifuVu vol-' umes eaeti. Of the sketch Book thirty five tcjous^nd copies have been rb ute. and ot the Lf« of Wastiiii^to'-, forty-two thousatiQ sets of five vo.unie* each, at prcoa rangiut fr-m boven to eighty-five doilas p^r set. Thi gves a grand total of five hun lr an 1 seventy fiv« thousand volumes disposed ot since 1849. Mr. Irving received an the rewaid of his bratn^work, the snug sum of seventy-five thoasand dollars the past ten years. The habits of Mr. Irving were those 6f a well educated ntle^an—neither cherishing the retirement of the ae« eluded slodent, no: s*»kng promi nence in public aSa rs—bot ever tb row inga ch»rm over tbe social circ es he equend. Bia sole oflidxl hoic w«i the appointment of Uitmter to Sp*in, and this wa* a tr.butc to !iterarv euii- oeoc* rat bar than a r^wara aervicen. On bia return Iron, Lu.ope the agitation of tbe i-lavery question for joye I the autumn maiur ty and winter lit hATtRAL *rriwitv thet *iib raisa cnou yea s psat, beaittheimpreaa ~l f^iaeho 'd i *ge of life with so few mist* of er.vy and acoAVee thub tire is a*i.o* -bat or th« sca- bitterness to c'oud the putpl sr len lorb bis decln.it.g fun as Wa^hi-gtou Irving, and few memories will be longer or n.oredearlv cherished. Mr. Irving's death illness mn^t have Hour at the last Independent, Gazette abandon ita pettifoggery, and to con fine itself to the truth in its efforts to enlighten the community. of October '-!»th, irive* tbe !1 wing count of tbe execution of Tiioi. II. Ferguson, in that city—this being the first judicial execu tion that has ever taken place in Utah Territory body shot, hehend or hun,/. but whs itgi^er me? No, u was not. A Sk air wanted »as to sen tence oiu': i ne to be hunsf th.n ie was w i ing leave tlie Teirit y. He had too '.ch wt.iskey ir bis ead to kn w «h«t iay !.e s-n e. ced to e executed on, mi! «ou not have k' «n. il it not beeu for he pe pie ot U ah i^ugh ug :peaks of tbe patri«ich author as cheerful and boprtul. It w ll be read with touching iutereat.—Ohm- land Gazette. POLITIC 4 L. Is Philadelphia Loyal to tub Constitution i Some time ago we had J. K. (biddings in our midst, to vent his montmaniacal notions on Abi-liton isin. On Monday evening the infliction was followed up by Wendell Philips' qui et insanities on the earne inexhaustab!e topic, before an audience, we are tohJ, nezroes and mulattoes of every shade, some narrow-minded Quakers and many strong-minded women and philanthro pists of ever* description, long-baited aud sbort-haired, with turmd down dir tv and clean shirt-coilar.-1. Wendell I'hillifs* spic'li was the apotheosis of the blood-stained negro Tousi-aint L'Uuvertnre, one of the leading charac ters in the Ilayti massacre of 1794—a fit subject for such a lecturer ,»ud su« an audience. Wendell Phillips, we have no doubt, is as insane as his friend lierrit Smith, but his insanity not manifesting itself iu certain violent forma, he has as yet e?' aped tbe straight-jacket, i or wa» it pob.-il.de for us to prevent his preach ing. There prevailed, however, a strorg co.iviction in this sober community that ao incendiary a lecturer and buch an ig nitible audience required some watching and consequently a force of Irom 40 to 50 men o, the tire detective police were detailed to Nati« nal Hall. We »pp ove of this measure, aud recommend it-^ adoption on all similar occasions. We woul!, however, au^g s1. as an impr- ve uie' t. tie pr«sence of o. e or two steam o- go.es, and a od supply of hose. In the application of cold ^ater, as every know*, there is great virtue u-der certain crcum-tance*. Th se *huk n Philadelphia, know that the cot s, rva iism ef her citiiens is pio.)f fg-dns! a-ich fc dish, wicked and treasooa^'o ha rangues, but abroad o^ie mi^ht be mifcied as to the character of t1 is oni mun ty. The Souih mwy I, n :o l..«,k jpjn it b§ a a-.-cend Bo t. n. This is what we do not want. v»« do not wish to give cause to out Soulli»*i n bretnre to t'rn-t u-. *Ae desire 'h -m to ki.ow that Abo iiioni«ts a .d ti«itor* to t-u Con^titut on cf tbe la'd are but a hard f.-l wtih u« tha. ^Philadelphia an Pet»n^lvan::i aie lo*al and dt-'O'ed to the Un'cu, which has be*'ii cement-., with ti e biord of s u rn a Noith em pHtr'ots—our fo etaibtta. t, t' ere fore, all gl t-th nki' g, and good citizens as-emhle to express troir sentiments ol loyalty to the Oorstuutioii nnd tht Un:o:i,ami of symj athj wi hthe Sou^h, in a manner th^-t, will relieve u», once for ever, :rom the intrusions of ti eso itinc-r ant Yank«?© Abolition p.eachers and orators. Let i:» make one grand and telling demonstration by mafs jueoting— Philadelphia Pennsylvantan. If we aro to crawl through another fight on our bell io?, with Tammany Ha!l on our back, when *.hall we be prepared to 9tand erect Tribune. Not till Tammany gets off your back, we think. They will hold you down awhile, if they continue to present as good candidates as Mr. Havemeyer.— Journal ef Chin meres. How long must we go on swapping ourselves off for nobody and paying boot Tribune. Just as long as yon think it a profita ble business, and can find any party foolish enough to trade on such terms. Journal of Commerce. .Suri'osE we go on helping one Dem ocratic faction beat another, how shall we, when shall we get strong enough to set up for ourselves?—Tribune. Can't say. Juess it will be 8onu time first, judging from the past.—Journal of Cbmimerce, The Abolition Pabty.—Henceforth the "irrepressibles," for abrogating tbe Constitution and overpowering the so'ith bv the north, must be designa'ed the abolition party. It is their proper ap pellation, failiy won by their recent enor mous acts. Seward is no better than fiiurison—Banks not so «»ood as (Jer.it Smitk—Chase worse, if possible, than Greeley. They are al1 aimintr at tbe same end, and all employing the 6ame means for its attainment. They are re solved that the country shsll not enjoy a moment's peace while the institution of slavery exists in the Union. Some of the leaders may make different repre sentations, but there is not one of them, as wo verily believe, who would not re 'ice at any oalamitv that might befall a slaveholdmg state—not one of t'uem who would not boldly avow that he was a thorough abolitionist if be were not afraid that he would fri»htoe Washinot'^n S'ates. Jt l/aion Coffee timid co- laborers into the ranks of conservatism. It was but a few years ago that an ab olitionist was despiaed, loathed, avoirlH even iu .New England communi'ies. We believe tnattbis would be the cas" ae- in to a considerable *xtent, the an1 si .v ery paitv w*k calied by its right name. Let our trne friends, in the ocn slave holding state*, seo that this is done. As well m'ght a Turk be ca led a C^riotian, a sinner a eairt, a Sewa* 1 a pat io*, as an Aboutiovist a Kkpvbi.'Can. •Vtlicc. THI RKOCLAR QUARTERLY IIF1TINO OF he Hoott Coanty HortieaUaral Soetety will bo held at tha Store of L. M. Viele.lfo. 4 Front atroot Oa*«apwt,Des., 1st' Fowerleaa lor Lvil— Potent for i u n o w i s i i o u 0 4 i o n o a i n U i a o? po itual ^3 C&um 4,iialf S E A N O S Kb'.AL ESTATE. Goot.— Wliemp^intri itUmcaiioa a yww. and liraa dr»th's Pn.gor# tted, il« stone* «ais«opon tb* aod r.„ f, u trr lb, bodv. Tbi, n# ^n. hAlri th.... K jO'iing PaF.T?, a-id exps'. thom (rem the body. YiU2j? rpi fi'm "-BuTK-t, hut noddle age-' aod old p«o}lo can, iu a rjieaanre. ap^reciato that msdi cine which, being used siekn««. ai-U only upon the of aui Thiob a_= no i^wor eS- i ccp* upon thoseUumor white preemce produ'-es ovory pain, and whosu remoTa' removvi every die- I •a^e. Waaterer organ is affected, there these wond^iful pills penetrate,an remove imparities from thu« proventing settling of the human, be-au«o they ara removed from th- body, in rheuniHtisw, t«ver?, pleurisies, jain« in the lide, iy*pepm, hsg actics, eo»itirei.e?J,M»thmii,colds, oaugh*, sore throat, pi'.*( ulcers, boils, they give iuiuK-iiiate relief and taker* earlr, prevent or ganic dieoa^c. Maladiea, pronouncod beyond hu man skill, have yielded tot oir influent'* and raii li'jBSnf huuian livtshave been »aved by their timely use. Oh! how important in si-kneaa tn n~c that noili*iiit whicb only extinguishes the ili'ease, nr.il Raven no evil effect behind. f*iM at Pr. Kranilrctn'# Principal Oflioo N«. 2S4 Citnal Street, New York, mid by all respectable de ler4 n mrtlirircF. [H wnovll toiieell A W Y K K Warm Air FurxutoMi r()R EITHKV. WOoP or. CO AI.. i'OOKf.fM roa aiTaxa wood ok coal: R«*ift*r8, Vtinttlators, 4r.., Ac.. At No. 45 North Fiftii Strcjt, St. «ls, Mo. jalS-ly CHARLES J^VniORF^ K£sFIOr.iL. TTARDWAUK S '()MI c.-cond in thi6 murkef. Country dealers can buy at this atr.re at aa low prices a* at St Louis or Chieago. Call and exam ine oeturo purchasinp elsewhere. iS#B8c Pnr&lshlBK &co4i, Which ar« "iTered low fprcMsh. OPi'KR WOK of every description. Roofing. Kma:rin^, 4c. exeju'ed with neatness and Jip.i!ch. Cook' Sugar Krjporator always on hand at the CheHp M-.ve Douse of ocf.'O tf TTT..I a WASHBnR!f. HuyKS% &c. Just Itr+eit'f el! A IHE8II llMV0ICF,0r TMK ZjAteat ^Pu'blioattions. •—AT THf— IOWA BOOK. KOO.VK, NO. aO, BRADY STRKLT. Ani .n^ which nre TUi Minister'? Woring, by Mrs. H. 1J. Stowe. A Life for a Life. tv author of John Halifax. Adam Bcde. by Ger.r«o Eliot. Spurgeon* ^erinon1"bth »*rut. What wili he do with it, by K. Bulwer Lytton. Smooth Stotie* taken from Anoient iirook*, by Spurgeon. Knitting Work, tatnt, Mrs. Partington. Bayanlf Taylor's ltitc*t,(}rotco& Russia. Flint on Mik-h Cowg. Idyls of the Kin#, by Tennyon. Bartlett's Dicti .narv of Americanism. A Glossary ot Word^nnd Phra*c«, usually regard eil as pculiar to tho l". S. 2nd Kdition. History .1 N. American Insects, by Jaeger. Hints to Horse Keepers,by Herbert. Bayard Taylor's complete works in boxes, Flowers and Farming, by Bencher 1 35 Spurgeon** Sermons. 5th series I 00 "Aoadia," (ra%)'nth with tbeblue Noaea. 1 00 Pascal's Provincial Letters, a new transla tion I *5 Hour- with mv poml«, by Mra. PbelfS.... oo Triumphs of Paul Morphy 75 Ac, Ao., Ae. 19 O I K U V I I I I n To SB DSLITlKtD S«roRa TBii Yonne: WenV rpHE FOLLOWI.Vt* E.\TL, MEN HAVE I been engaged, aad will leoturo before tho Association, at E K O O I A N A Commencing I'ctmhtr Li/r, R«v. W. it* Voire*." St 8jice tm /forth America." mill! CORNfeR or FB0NT AND MAIN. •ovM] g. R. JONES* CO. Europt." Is/, 3."3 RlT. J. B. Jocilti*. Subject—" Dnn'4." B. F. TATLO*. ubjeot —Pottrg a/ Chmmon H. Mn Bt*rv Blind Preaoher, Hub- jeot—•• AI, xandrr Hamilton." T. STABB KlJiii, subject—"Ptrfmml Plutk, WI1ITB CO., 4 il CiUK I 'SIOX.—The anb- I 1 sfribrr In* n'm^vrd bin -.-iitire »to-V: of Hard ware to his rit-w store in NickolU* JJlc. k, corncr of and Rrady street--, sij^n of ihe liKOAD Axb, when: lie will kep on lianl n ^etieral aasorUM&t of g'.od? in his line. i/A K KN1 aJid, U UILItEtiS, tLACKsyiTHb. M.u tirX.'STB, JLVA'XKKfi ASU FAHA'ERS will here find a large and well H*sort*.l stock of s f»Kl y Atrrfsrare i. ... twc-iity-tivc }«r cent le*e tbao over beiore offered AVE RE tiVLD ACOMPLE1E ASSORT H£M of II COOE NJ, PARLOR & DC1UXG v o -\r I Thaj havo tba exo'usive sa.e for this eity of The Tropic, ILf Foi cii Oak, The 1-Lifts'tn* Oak, aud The Itlttck IMnmdad Stoves, with mar.y other pa: terns ten numerous to mention. They have ju:t rcoeiTci fruti the East a large •Mekof A n M«T OPFlrs BVILDDM. ham, Ac., only I miler fiom (tuamlx^t landing Thi* .one of the neetlaim^ in Stt oounty. SO acres, all ealtivated and fensed good hoaaa iir.d viable only 14 miles out. Tbi»i« aflaeetoefc larm IfOaTe' .atlfen ied atid nivlerenUlvatioa gend ho- -e at i larn fine 7uiX orchurd sear to •ciio i wi" !e 'd f- «»nly tlO. Waimd Imaaediat lr« Owd Farm* for ca«ii cuat.jmcra. •epSS Umi oalMtf Agtacf* Lsa4 Winuto. THE undertigncd have for tale Laad Warrasta of different n*e«, which they will Mil for each or on timo t. suit pnrchaaer*. They will pay p.rticular attention to the selee tion anc! locati aof L«oid»in iR'silotat^.I't. Ige, ('uantoii.auJ uthor Western I.and IMatrieU. Alao to payment, of Taxe^ aud Laud biuineee geaerally. RXCIIANCE ie United States bought and Mid (WOK, 8AKGKNT en all partt of k J. AMI Warrai.ts located in all the Office* a open. Special care taken to secure first quality "f Land, anl trmxl 'orations for thoee er trusting me to leate thoir Warrants. LAND WAKR/NTS BOUGHT k SOLD, ON COMMIHSIOW. (OIVEVAJIiMO DOME. AND TITLES EXAMINED WITU CARE. Taxoiw Paid1 AMD A E N S O U E Will give special attention to COLLECTING DEBTS, RENTS, Ito. KTHeniittar. es nminptly made. ITF or sale 250 Tiota in thaeity of llaveaport. Also i 'ar^e quantity^t/JmpruvedabdUniiupiovsa Land' n«, frrtn 1.25 to $30,00 per aora. "Office No. 25 Main St. Llavanpor:. —RxrsaivcKS— tl, .- 11 u ii i .1 Cook Sargent, Bankorr, Davenport I whteh will be eolJ ly th* unJer-ignaH. ..t tr-u to E- ta .. fbell 1 II. Mitoholl, P'itna-r a Leake, Att'ys, L. Uessaint, Er May28dly. WASHBURN*. I I I I a V A I I I i K n o s a n k a i "eirly opposite the Pert Offioc, Cook, *mrgrnt WILLattend ie. I'urticul.irattcntiongivcn toorrf«r« fur Book.'. All Magarines. Newspaper.*, Ac., ulilished fo* sale. Subotipiions rcreivr 1 for Philadelphia and N. Y. papers. CHARLES ADAMS.Proj). ietor, novt-tf] Cpaki.es H. Adahs. A^eat. u.Vew Publication JUSl RECEINED AT TH^ HOOKKTORE OF oeo. w. & co., It LeCiaire Ro*". WEBSTER'S f»K TION'AK^. It Tho entire wrrk, rnabridjred, newPictori.it TKAOK Edition, with Fifteen HcmkeiPictorial rwca. Illu«trations. Light to Ten Th-.u?and New words. Table of Fynoniui*. Pronoun cing Tablo of Names of Disiingui bed Person? of Modern Time*. Ac., Ac., with all tbe old matter In on* ro'. of over 1,700 pp Crown Quarto, ^b«"p—Marble Edge, f6 10 Sir William Hamilton's Lectures on Meta physics, 1 vol t'#0 Views and Experiences on Religious Sub jeets, by Honry Ward Hsecher 1 35 Plain and llea^ant Talk about Fruits, ^®""Ve«rfWM th* Snu* Petfrmnd .KACS URKLV.Sttbjeot—" Cbmtn cmJ Rav. J. B. UoMSLAf, Sul.jeet—M Rav. O. F. Maoorx, Subject—" limm tf Sir Waiter knUiqh." oo Saturday evening next, at o'olock.all peracn $3.00 single tickets, $2 00. Tickets can be bad of int«rastad.ai* iavitad to attend, fiv Order I the President, Chairman of tha Con., or of 19. UfTS. TISLK.IUe. SasV. Bamiagtaa, C.' Stewart Ells, P. fcsrwia, IiTS.' Ldeal-i. #CMh. asvlotf Ke*t- 7Var*U in Muarmaa Tnonrsoi), alien Doestieks. Sab jeat- Lift and Hsnbv O'Connor, Subject *Damid&OoHmtU.n BaVard Tatl'*, Suhj ct— RALTB WALD 'Emsksoh, RIV. USKBV WAID BiBrna. ADD.*. f*A!»l»!!lt», Chairman Lac. om. Ticket*for thaaonrsa,—for geutieman and lady, or gi UEMOCRVI & •ANt'lNk Mien paovfjuRoaa. t«o«u a. Hiivni, in. a. waar, W* 0. COOK, Bankera aad Land Agent*. DeaMoioee, Iowa. A N A E N AXD NOTARY PUBLIC:. _ltam. v G. laven]»ort, Pra of State Daak G. C. -t COOK lAMUEin KEAL ESI ATE OFFICI Davenport, Ootvker 15th, '.•59 \\T K are prapared to offc. great bargains in -al \V E. tatum :Lo e wLc du.irn ttiuacupy cr ig. prove. W* have uniuiprnTadlAiidsinoveryco ntya!»i^ line n the 'i. A M. Kailronn etaeen hern an*, the Mica ari Kivsr, wnich we wiii setl very eaes^ to c.etu -1 settlor*, We hav-, al.-o, any qaantttv of— City and Town Property, Improved and ULim proved,: oratsla or leaaa on torn* l:at wili sui: ajpli^auts. Call oi aidre-f either of ourltoal E«taU Offices, and we w.U ace. mai /date those seeking houtes profitable luvvstmar t. Purfcer, FLOBENCK, NEBRASKA. promptly*1all bailneeaconnoeted with a Land A(cnoy,eithorln Nebraska, or western Irwo. I l.AM) WA KRAFTS t'uht, sold aad looatod. Hujt-' f^r tham oan be left with any of the ur.Ji-i*:,»ne1. COOK A SARiiKV Davcuport, I COOK,SARO TDOWNKVsCo,IowaCity lows. COOK, SARGEXT & COOK. De* lno*.J SAROKNT A DIXWELL Boston, Maa*. oiilSdtf a k w o o N a a i n e —AWD British Reviews. L. SCOTT A CO., NEW YORK, enotiam publish the following leading British I'enodiosl*, vi* Tk* London Quarterly (Conservative). Tho Ed in burgh Review (Whig 8 The North British Review (Free Chnreh). 4 The Westminister Review (Liberal Blackwood's Enlnbnrgh Magaaiae(Tory) The** periodicals nW rerirasent th ethroe great political parties of *'reat Britain—Whig, l«.ry, aiid Radical—but polities form* ontv one Icature of their charaet jr. 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The ». awwaaasHu -oa^ o. 10 t!* -oll« TEKJlf* Ot fsL'fa.st HIKIKjX t' e«rrtc«a. TERMS Or ADV1H1 IH1\0 i DAfLt or ttiim t,*it 0fc I n I N u One da*, Two dafS, Thre- iltvc, K'"ur day*, Fft e day*, One week, Two week*, Three week*, #0 On* u .»! tj,f QQ iliiwee.,. k i s s 1 00 1 15 1 AO 1 fi 00 S n«» i 00 Tbr»? 8 OS I urn„ i.thl, S SS si* in.,i tL«, |0 ao r,, o ,ha ge. 13 t* »iuare4, yen- 55 _L*r«,1r '^a,ebargea at the rate of $7 tee H^h Mdltl Mil iqutn, tJm. h*lf "|U*r*' of the deaths, charged 25 cents p«r m-articn. kb«, nuaiuei* Card* cot to oxreoJ lme». S10 00 a n n u w F. reach ohangean additional ehar.eof 2.-,c, •r *quaro will be made. p*r 1 eats Iarge cuts charged don ble the same dii et ty|io. Yearly adtertining aontraot. will be understood to apjJy strict.} to the mjuied^at liuxaee- of tha edver iser.and all other a ert.semenfc! the advertiser will bo ol.arg. I ,,tra. AdvertisemenU not accompanied with inatraa- Z ,:X ..!i:M^V|-L,,0,i,,"CLUrwords, «0d «h»ra-eof li eoats par line, or eight and at 10 cents ,,er line, or 0 v e n l- All notioe..1,-r religi..u- and benevolent pur "yi ef ordinary leuth. '^*!e en of warriagesiaA Advertiaeuients (r^m abron.l tnu he naid f* -m.. ihi'?^i*nt,rf0riy"*r,-V ermiuablo at the option i.f Bdvem.ers. thej paving au advanee men „f 26 ,Krcest. the o. ..tract price Advertisements inert ne*t t«, nai r..- P*6"' matter nor oont. ad ranee on tbe el rates, nud ksr', rttes 26 11,1 COlJt"adT,nce advanoe,n,'#Dt 00 ^sgalor mu,lt*»u»t be paid fur in Advertisements inserted in weekly cn reaaoaa ol^ Urni. MAorrn®:. RTfRfRDsoK A CO. SANDhUS A I',HO. H. LISCHKk k C'». I A O POUNDS & LANODON'E KEWSPAPKR Al'Vf.'tTl^i.Vi A'SFXCT Xo. Iflt Randolph strr«t, hica?o. iUfflit and Ilcnriu®, hf Iflt. I'. A. .IriWiJilu Fcnuer!., 1. rent. C. \V„ (1 y» CLioa^i, is «or! i-j l.-rar Why ft i t. -ii.g LOST SIGHT AND HE*KIM* rpw.iH- of TWO HT:.VT Tsri, OI COOK :UR0EYr. 0-t 15th l^ii.-dwtf Nebraska Land Agent). 4rci.,a* j. the eminent and sHLfu! ..rKirb^ ro ho K Y E A S i E A At If a. 193 Raudo ph St.. Co-, o Do Rt., :ti .e hetI) ... eml I )r. «ttii i. 11.: las', fo. we«ks, -ar)? "htm liave beer t. nd ..rni :h« and v-*ai», ha»t had their »jgt i lLt |«LICA1A AM nrnc. LI tru.aTt«M». vi.iU b- *•1^. wl.o beve Lien s^tftr'n trun. have oeen miraculoBfly cured by „„j Matla tras-mrnt. The b-i.rj.-y i« '.r b-rr D-. C.'s ?orric».» are ip r.retiatt 1 he is daily r« eeivi i/ i c* j.« icn's rom alI j*ru of tbe -oon "). auJ di«m *aing. a* •nrod. '.- c..r!_-. re.-«ivf( c: n ro4"ir -i lora. «amir.itin or op.n •n. Xa' f! J8Cr t'.rs. r. iee, ha -f (V afcciss- wi,1 be -tated *h^t tin- p*,' it rt li* ds ur. Cad well V Tkkatic. o.-. ihb KYB a Kan be had ORATison appliestiii, as i:bo -. (.ctlA-dwl* 7 O N O A Manufacturer of the I nj rov«a 111*, iui'ililc or Vriiiiintliif WIGS AND TOUPEES, Ladles' Ornament** Hair Work, BRAIDS, flA.NDl.Al 4, *-c. Alio of Exquisite Hair Jewelry, SUCH AS P1'»S, KINGS, ItRACEIiSNL' NEt'K-LACLS, FAR DROPS, rfc. Ho. TT Clarh Street, Chicnyo, llliaola* Pera'.n" n-sidinf iu any part of th«» world can have Wig* rToo P'-e.-: made to order by ta kinc tha miasurc aa here dirt" ted So. round the head ."to. 2 fr tem- 5lo. le to temple below tho crown, S from the air on the fore head to the pel* "f than~k No. 4 fiom oar t« ear. When measuring for Toupees cut paper pattern the sis* and shape of the baldness. TUE TRADK SUPPLIED AH USUAL, oetlidly. CHICAGO IRON WOBKS* ESTADLLSHKD IN 1S4S. Nos. to 9% Fiauhlin St. Chiaco»l!l LETZ A CO., Proprietors. Manufactarers of ali kinds of ORNAMENTAL RAILINGS ANO VtRANO* BANK VACLTP, IBOA DO' n a n *. r. lbtz, oct dflta Kg Oastlnc# Oram* and all o»* IRON WORK a. oaiMowBTa, jer kinds FOR BUILI INGS. from I I V E N 8 GENERAL AT-VF.RTTSTNO «. DKartnoaiv micao«*. OAMPBBLL A OO.'S it Wsstara Firat Pmnlaa W O A S Oeartw a Bt CW*a««, H. O. Baa tMt JaU Hetal II nrfhoosf. !W 00 wlsri r*c*irtd «l par. Wabnah Avnue, W Chicago. Tinuors Stools. TIV PL A IE, hllELT IWtN. BIO^I fDf BilKET BRAS, KUiiF.T M-PR O K I N Z I k TOPPER PlTlt» /.Mi I'OLT- TlKNERa' -lAM !-.l W/RK lea ik rii'i vc. A large stock of Uie above o-is oo baad. to gether with all article- in Tier era' L.rf 'U* pay e*«h fr,r '•'d '-Oljer, h-nt,. eu\ od-tfiJtB Livt r) auii k Ma Me. Fraik Keudrick, Propriettt, Csraar of Perry and «4 slay ^traapert .I«wa. CARRIAGRR tha 1 m.**y «aa JiMNUm&T, ANT# TIH1CLR8, of an desorlpttona ea hard aad raadv forsarriaa at «I1 ear* of day and night. Our horseaart wall fee* wn to be cat in this vicinity,aad onr «a-rlat,W*n af tha lataat style* aad host taaaafne are. oatlS dtf Osrwysrt aad Cedar Taller Mailt naoaoN er ovnauiv. TOhe staakholdon af thaD. A C. T. 1. R. iV, 1 •rataqaaatsd teaeatn thooOoeof Ooo. L. 11.1.