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fcHE GAZETTE.
flEPAH FALLS, FEBBUABY 18,1870.
The CupKol Appropriil-I
i ion.
ArtfaT readers of Ui»
1
GAZBTTRan
hnre alrendy been informed, a bill
Contemplating an c*Kiil!ture
tJ/AK),000 and an Immediate appro-1
House and will come up for final ac- practical, as to econo
tlon by that body, at ait early day.j
intioductt a bill allowing tho regular
State tax to go towards defraying
their present railroad bond indebted
ness instead of into the State Treasu
ry, to continue the number of years
required to cancel said debt. They
ssy to the friends of the Stale House
bill, vote for a relinquishment of our
tax, and we will go tor the State
House, i. e. "We will vote for the
other counties to build n new Capi
tol while we are getting rid of our
debt." Now that's cool, decidedly
so, and it is well known that such a
movement is on foot at Des Moines.
Is that the modus ojicrandi adopted
to get through the appropriation If
so. let the I 111 be eonsigned towblivion
by the House. If Jh» Moines wants
an appropriation on those terms, the
People of the state do not. If such
injustice is to be saddled on the
larger portion of the State, let us
Wait. The people
0
a*
p,ai1 of
Iowa may like
''Uildiug a CarJtol, but
they prefer to take time and consider
its merits, carefully. We advance no
•erious opposition to the appropria
tion, but must insist that there be no
bargain and sale and that all who
"dance shall pny the fiddler."
»oarl of Suporvisora.
It seems to be evident that the bill
amending the Supervisor system
WJII pass the House, as it has passed
the Senate without modification.
In that event the counties will
turn to the old commissioner system
from January 1st of next year. The
ttai.i strength against the Supervis
or system comcs from the southern
counties of the State.
re"
Hie change win secure a mo:e
tcononileal government, but it is
jjr settled opinion that it will result
disastrously. We do not hold that
Jtie Supervisor system is faultless, or
Jliat it should not he modified in
jpwe of its features, but it has been
»und preferable to the old system
'Which they noiv propose to return
ft». One very strong objection to the
passed by the Senate Is the man
ner cf electing the three Commiss
ioners—by the County at large. The
Insult would be a concentration fa
vorable to the county seat, and
The Davenport Gazette, gays the
•til of the present system is that
«ftch supervisor is elected only to
•ervea single locality. Is that not
the manner in which all legislation
!e secured, bo'li in Congress and the
Ije^isluture. The Supervisor system
conforms in spirit to them, and is
eeirtainly a more safe and correct sys
than the one now proposed to
return to.
Tlie DIUVON lxpoeu|«a.
We have waited sometime for some
frieml of the Administration to
etear up" the fog hanging around
il» on the question cf retrenchment.
*n Vitriol*
f. The Republican party stands
the public debt, for the good of tl»» **iIMtcrat
Country, and not enough interested
reducing taxation, and relieving
die stringency of i lie money market.
fl'ilK Huitlord 'linns declared that
when Senator Sumner complimented
Vrti. Senator leyp|* upon the good
fortune of her luisband, that delight
ed lady replied: '•"•'hank you, sab!
4migh de Lird ailliek you \riJ a
erhite ekiw, he gib you a heart as
Mack anvbodv'fc Y4
Nm-mnl Srhoofj **""1
m?
What the result will be is difficult to i I'1 Minnesota, they are discussing
determine. It is evident that JtR the practicability of abandoning the
consideration in the House was post- i ^,orniuJ School system, such as is
prnird until after recess by (befriends
,,ow
Of the measure, for the purpose of ^a^e Legislature.
guinirg more combined strength. If
tiie bi'l docs not pass, it will not be for
%fautof earnest work. The citizens of
Des Moines have brought every
available influence to bear. The
ladies of that city poured into the
Senate chamber to greet with their
•miles of approval, every vote in fa
vor of the measure. How many
Were persuaded to change u,efr the adjournment for reress an
Opinionl.ysu. influences is a mys-1
question which we hope will
will be thoroughly sifted by the oj,-'
ponenta of the appropriation, iu the
House. It is known to many, that
some twelve countfes In t'te southern
portion of the State are little short
of bankruptcy by the railroad bond
indebtedness hanging over them.
Six million dollars is he sum total of
the claim to be raised by them ty
txtra taxation, and yet the members
of the legislature from those burden
ed counties, are found voting for the
eapitol bill.
zelle" comes lu. They
from the niimproos bills
introduced for th« establishment' of
Normal SH-IIOOIH, our Htatr mnst t»e
greatly ttufTering iu lliat rtspcct.
Grant that they ate needed for the
e«lucatk« of efficient- teachers, there
important question connected
Nv't'1
,e nKnenicu
0
f, Plan
to
t, as to the best
ndoPted-
etatrt
priatioii of $150,000 for the erection to the graded schools of each
of a new Ct.pllol building, has paused
the Senate. It is now before ti e
In some of the
the*
Hre
K,vinK
*rtaln
for a ,,orI,,al
a
J*'l«rtnent,dur-
t',e lhls seems
nnd n,cct8 Rl1
omnibu8
Wry. Hut there is an important move- iNlroduced, f°r U,e establishment of
ment hanging, ft Is «ah1, upon tl»*»
aome
demands required.
proposed in the bills before our
We want schools
for the special education of teachers,
but the question for the Iowa Assem
bly to determine is, the best and
most practical plan to adopt. In our
opinion the possibility of any posl-'
tive notion in this direction has
been forestalled by the grabbing ap
propriation policy, adopted by so
many towns in the State. Just be-
Normal School bill was
tft*"
or a dozen
man
wou,(i
8C,,00,«
in 80
y different towns. If passed it
involve the State in many
hundreds of thousands, for what
might bo accomplished with only a
moiety of expense, comparatively.
We believe our legislators will look
at this question iu u practical light.
From tlio Capita].
[From our Special Correspondent.}
DM MOINES, Feb. II, 1870.v
Here i« where the "ga- g'^'f home to their constituents and
propose to'y°ur correspondent will soon bring
up the rear guard. Des Moines, as a
very natural result, looks deserted,
and her citizens, will have little else
of interest to discuss during the re
cess, but the probabilities of their
pet scheme—the Capitol appropria
tion. The success of the bill in the
Senate has given the denizens of the
Capital city new courage and added
ninety per cent, to the popularity of
Hon. B. F. Allen. Kasson will have
charge of the bill in the House. If
defeated, it will be a blow, from
which he will not soon recover.
Bat little has been accomplished in
either House. Wc see that (lie east
ern papers are complimenting Iowa
on her business legislature, but if
this be fast work, we pity the consti
tuency in other States.
The lower House has passed a bill,
restraining stock from running at
large, the Adoption of which is op
tional with the counties. It will, in
all probability, pass in the Senate,
The correspondent for the Du
buque Timet from this city pays a
high compliment to your Senator,
G. W. Couch. I should have stated
in niy last, that the Senator from
Black Hawk voted nay on the Capi
tol appropriation. As a matter of
special interest to your readers, we
send you the following bill intro
duced lu the House by Mr. Gibbon
of Keokuk,
WHKP.EAS, That having legislat-1
ed the Canada thistle out of exist-
enee, and not knowing how far our
powt-r muy extend therefore,
lie it d, liy the General As
sembly of the State of 1
otra, That it
is hereby declared the duty of all
citizens of theStateof Iowa, without
distinction of race, color or previous
condition of servitude, to watch vig
ilantly for the appearance of an ani
mal designated iuj the ground hog, on
every second day of February, and
that on hie, leaving his hoithe same
shall be closed so as to insure us the
blessing of a pleasant winter.
[Laughter.]
Ground hog, or wood chuck, or
whitth we don't care, we're off for a
receaa. JOSEPHIs.
Our Iluili-ottcl.
On Friday night., of last week, Mr.
Street, the president of the St. Paul,
Iowa and St. Louis Railroad, met
many of the business men of Toledo,
lie niprplv n ~T7. I in 'he Auditor's oflVe, and some eon
representation.— sulfation had as to the prospects of
*1 mere be a return to the Commis- the road. Mr. Street has been nego
Moner system lot the manner of elec- «K with several parties in refer
IJoiisi»eso guarded will «'»ce to the road and thinks that he
secure
JUMiee, PO far as possible, to all parts
of the County.
We are emphatically in favor of
Senator Beardaley's aniendmenf, to
••lect by districts. It may be ob
jectionable in some respects, hut it is
ihe only safeguard against Cliques,
Mid county seat log-rolling.
has almost a sure thing on getting
the neccessury funds for putting the
road through. He seems to have
reached that point with pever.il
parties where only minor details
seperute them and with these adjust
ed terms can be arranged with such
as oiler the best terms. Mr. Street
goes cust next week iu order to see
these as well as other monied men,
and to make such farther arrange
ments as can be made in the present
immature slate of allairs,
Hut whatever may be the minor de
tails of the negotaitions between Air.
Street, and the capitalists, thedetails
of tlie project as far as the )*eople
along the route are concerned, are
few and simple. In order o reini
i burse Mr. Street, for the private out
lays he lu s already made in behalf
of the road, :''»d to assist the negotia
tions still farther, i! ie required of
(he people of this County raife
live hundred dollars cash. Th« peo
nle must also donate to the company
$00,000, payable only on condition
that the road is built, equipped in
good running order, and cars run
nitty, on or before the first day of
May, 1*71.
A
^•n Sutler comes the nearest to kiln the Court House lost Momfav
Of any one we have noticed, by show-
1
preliminary meeting was held
evening, to devise ways and mean's
ttg that the out going Johnson I U' Perform the duties assigned us.
"dynasty," abandoned all public
Wfrks, and by underrating every
possible expenditure, managed to
embarrass the Grant Administration,
and cause it to bring iu a largo defi
ciency bill—that the estimate of
Alidrew Johnson was based on large
unexpended balances. For instance
the Navy(balanco was three millions
of dollars, and the Quarter Master's
Department of the army, was six
millions that Daws simply lied the
difference between S'H
1,000,000, the
estimates and $L'oI,000,000. the actual
expenses for the year. But after nil I
we have seeu on this question, wc I
are compelled to think that there
was extravagance of the Department
at Washington, which needed re
buke, and an urging to greater econ
omy
pledg
must
Ministration i« to Intent on mincing
Hut littW was done, of course, at this
meeting and another was appointed
for next Saturday evening, at the
Court House. At this meeting, it is
hoped, we will either succeed, nobly,
or fail so miserably that we shall
never again speak of a railroad.
The terms proposed by this Com
pany art: more easy, more advantage*
i ous than those ever offered by any
Company to the people of this Coun
ty, and if they are not accepted wil
'iogly. swiftly and conclusively,
then the people of this County do
not deserve a railroad, ami we hope
v ill never have one.—Toledo JiepuO
lican.
AT a meeting of the Judiciary
Committee of both Houses, with
other member*of th»bar*belfngingto
the Assembly held on the -nd itist.j
for the purpose
of selecting Attorneys
to act us Coinmissionars in revising
the
rodt''
the
fo,lowi,,g
Ig'id t» ret tench ment, and jt|selected W. II. Seevers, of Oska
st carry it out. We fear the Ad-
I
lo()S a
person* were
•_ Pall-ay, of De Witt W.
The latter
o{
Dubuque,
If. II. H. Prince Arthur was treat
ed with sublime inditleience by the
residents of the Hub. TSo attention
was paid to him alone. Is'o opeoller
ed to show him the Common, or the
frog pond, or Faneuil Hall, or even
ftupker Hill.
News IteniK
—A IfoMle youth recently read
front (lie Bible: "Ipet not4he wielf»
ed trump over me,"
—It took George Peabody three
months and four days to find rest in
mother earth after subsidence of iite'a
fitful sleep.
-It was Dr. Holmes, we believe,
who said that easy crying widows
take new husbands soonest, There
is nothing like wet weather to1
transplanting.
—A clergymah who moved from
San Francisco to Philadelphia, on
account of its "superior moral tone,"
had his overcoat stolen while he was
preaching there.
—A dog recently jumped through
a plate glass window in Geneva, New
York, and the owner of the dog of
fered to settlo by giving the store
keeper the animal.
—The Kansas Legislature ha* be
fore it a resolution declaring "habit
ual drunkards" to be insaue.and pro
viding that they be sent to the State
Lunatic Asylum. That's a sensible
move.
—Recent cases prove conclusively
to the Boston Post that "it is Bafer
to steal a million dollars in New
—A New Jersey lady recently gave
a grand afternoon party, but set all
the guests at sewing carpet rags, and
excused supper by saying that the
hired girl had a lame bnck. So says
^n exchange.
i
EDITORS GAZETTE:—Both Houses
have adjourned, the members have
—An elopement was recently pre*
vented in Rutland, Vt., by the wor
thy father, who led the young lady
back to the house, and assisted the
expectant groom to an undignified
departure. He probably gave him a
stem reprimand.
—Nathan (Joker, who la a middle*
aged colored man, lesidlng in Den
ton, Md., amuses himself and aston
ishes spectators by walkiug back
and forth on a red hot bar of iron,
with bare feet until it cools, and
drawing a red hot poker across his
unprotected tongue. This he
without any apparent pain.
—In "A Book About Words," an
explanation Is given of the phrase,
"Nine tailors make a man, In the
olden time the strokes of the passing
bell were called "tellers," and as the
nine strokes indicated the death of a
man, while three announced that of
a child, and six that of a woman,the
words "nine tellers" were easily
perverted into nine Uilofk
—The Washington Chronicle, of
the 8th contains the following item
"Mrs- L. Matilda Fletcher, of Coun
cil Bluffs, Iowa, distinguished ad a
lecturer iu several of the Western
States, has arrived in this city, and
has been engaged to lecture before
the Grand Auuy of the Republic."
—The conductors on ttie Detroit
and Milwaukee railroad, who were
charged by Superintendent Bell
with embezzling money for fares,
were bound over at the Detroit Po
lice Court in $2,000 each. The pros
ecution was ba?ed on the evidence of
several of Pinkerton's detectives,
who weut out on the trains.
—The XV amendment will confer
the ballot, upon 900,000 negroes, 800,
000 of whom reside in the old slave
holding States. In three southern
States alone, where the Democratic
party now holds comparative sway,
namely, Kentucky, Maryland and
Delaware, about 80,000 negroes Will
be sent to the polls fot the first time
schools
"Neither the General
nor any county, city, town, town
ship, school district, municipal or
other corporations, shall ever make
any appropriation or pay from any
public fund whatever, anything in
aid of any sectarian purpose, or to
help support or sustain any school,
been shown to exist there—and that
Iowa posse Met)
4
New ""Iin
1-tford Cwrew
poadeti(!0.
1
From our regular Corrcepandeat.
Brown" sent one which answered
the turn. It seems from that short
epistle, that "John Brown" has a
very vague idea of "Pedro's'' where
abouts, if liia (Brown's) soul to
"fnarebing on." The Bible says the
"dead know not anything," and
"John Brown's" case is no exception.
which is to commence March 1st, and
continue four days, under the direc
tion of Frof. I, H. Bunn,of your city.
Mr. B. is not unknown to our citi
zens, as he had charge two years ago,
of our High School, and I can assure
you, his musical talents ere known
and appreciated hereabouts. We ex
pect a rich treat. The Committee of
Arrangements, are among our best
business men, together witli two of
our ablest ministers, and the word
"fail" is unknown in their vocabu
lary. The following are their names:
Itev. F. II. Judson, Ilev. Z. R. Ward,
H. G. King, L. L. Smith, Dr. J. R.
Spoorer, O. B. Olmstead, and A. Wol
cot, all first-class singers except
Sheriff Smith—his harp has long
does ',unK
011 a
"willow tree." Mr. Wol-
cott is a "composer," as well as siug
er. I notice that the item you pub
lished sometime since, in regard to
the number of Mr, Packard's chil
dren, is goiug the rounds of the
press. I wish to make a statement
in regard to that matter, which I
have from good authority. There
are three triplets and two pair of
twins, making 13 at five births. We
challenge Iowa or any other ^tate to
measure up on this question. It
proper to state, that Mr. P. is a
wealthy, industrious farmer, and
highly respected by his neighbors—
owns several hundred acres of choice
land, with a good stock, and isamply
able to take care of his family, though
it were twice as large.
Pedro.
New Hartford, Feb. 10. 1870.
TnE following is a correet copy of
the bill to change the County Gov
ernment system as passed in the
State Senate:
A BILL for an Act to amend Arti
cle 11 of ('liapter 22, of the Revi
sion of 2SOO, creating a Hoard of
Supervisors and Acts amendatory
thereto:
SECTION 1. if enacted by the
Gent re! Assembly of the State of
loft'a That on and after January i,
1871, the Board of County Supervi
sors shall consist of three persons,
no two of whoiu shall be residents in
the hame township, who shall be
qualified voters of their respective
counties, at the bL'tiual election in
each year, who shall hold their ofll-
CCS for three years, except as hercin-
this year through the operation of after provided, and are hereby auth
the amendment.' orized and empowered to do and jier
form ail siicb duties ns are now done
—The Convention at Hpringfield,
a
ud performed by the County Board
III., after a long discussion, adopted ,of Supervisors.
the following provision upon the!. ^(J |he General election
... in 18/0, there shall be elected in each
subject of Reetariauium 111 puulic o»Kmiizt*il uouuey in tlii^ tiiree
Supervisors, one of whom shall hold
Assembly, his oflice for three yours, one for two
years and one for one year—their
and one for one
respective terms to be determined by
lot by the ltoard of Canvassers of i
said county, and at the time of can
vassing said vote and annually!
thereafter there shall he elected one
Supervisor who shall continue in
academy, seminary college universi- otlieejhree years and until his snc
ty, or oilier institution of learning, leessor liaa been elected and qualified,
controlled by any sectarian denomi-1 SEC. 3. Such Supervisors shall
nation whatever nor shall any meet at the county seat of their re*
giunt, donation of land or par- spectivc counties on the first Monday
Honal property ever be made by any °f January, April, June, September,
sncli public corporation for any sec
tarian purpose whatever.
and the lirst Monday after the geue
rai election in each year.
SEC. 4. The members of the Board
... of Superviso s shall each receive
COLOKKD uien in otllee are no long- fOUr dollars for each day actually in
session, and six uts per mile for
every mile traveled in going to and
from said sessions of the Board
er a novelty. Bevel in the senate is
followed by Justice Wright in the
Supreme Court of South Carolina.
Mr. Wright, like Mr. Lynch, just
chosen Secretary of State in Missis
sippi, is by birth or education a
1'ennsylvanian. 1I« is a full-blooded
black man, with no visibleadmixture
of Caucaaiiin tincture iu his veins,
although his features and form areot ^oo, for more than thirty in the year,
Caucasian type. He was at the time and in counties having a population
of hi« election a State Senator, and a
Provided, that in counties having a
population of less than 10,(HM) they
fehall not receive compensation for
more than twenty days iu one year
and iu countie* having a population
of more than lO.tMMJand less than
t)
practicing attorney. He hems the Jays in one year.
reputation of a ph asing and forcible
writer. The certificate on which he
was admitted to practice in the courts
of South Lniplina hear* the seal of
the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
A recent letter from u prominent
Pennsylvania lawyer, written before
the election, speaks of him in tbo
followingconiplimentary terms: "He
is eminent lor his integrity, and de
votes himself intelligently and earn
estly to the advancement of his race
and State." Ilis opponent for the
seat, J. J. Whipper, also a colored
man, was from Michigan.—PMUriM
phia I^ress.
of Hai( offli
'no, nor» Yaluable
building stono .,
HON. (. HAS. POMKKOY iu a letter to
v
i ..
A DKTKOIT youth of sixteen lias
been arrested for seducing a woman
of forty-five, lie will put in a plea
that the boot was on the other foot.
Is there no law in Michigan to pro
teet young men from the ravage* of
these old |eoplc?
Pitixcu ARTHUR, came near get
ting HUiotheivil by hidies, at A. T.
York last week.—
Tin: lufct k'^ul tender act—Q »ttn
«huvel a one doihu greenback under Stewart's, iu Now
our uoae. Ve jroj|ot|}jco sack con- Stewart had to send ihe prince lieav
slituli!i:ul i inward in au elevator, to cave hiKO.
.ers ,)all
and cover an area of three or four justice of said county ami appoint
square miles—that ninety feet of one or more Supervisors, as the case
perpendicular surface has already
n,"5'
the New York Tribune indicates to SKC. 7. All acts and parts of apt*
the Des Uoine* Valley Railroad inconsistent with this act are
Company that they had better go
slow in bringing into market 46(5,000
acres cf Iowa land, as there are some
questions to be settled frU'VJ
title can be given.
rel)ett'e^-
I GENTLE "ANSIR" DICKINSON,
having been requested to lecture in
Des Moines, writes as follows
"I thank you heartily for a verv
EpiTons GAJSKTTE:—Last week 11 bind invitati'wn which 1 am compell
failed to send you a letter, lmt "John
4'1'
1° decline, as I have not a dlaen-
nl*ht
10
th®
Nothing of a startling character has two eggs every day. Madison eoun
transpired of late, in this quiet and ty is proud say that she leads her
religious community. The Baptists neighbors. John Early, of Jackson
have have had a very Interesting township, has three hens that lay
series of meetings, and have had two eggs a day, and John Hinkle, of
several valuable additions to their I Scott township, beats this ho has
church. Tho Methodists also have four hens that lay four eggs a day,
had a few extra meetings. The latter
denominatian intend to build a new
church the coming spring—at least
such is the rumor. They are putting
forth an effort to enlist
neighborhood, and the Hammer dis
trict in the enterprise. It case they
succeed in accomplishing their pur
pose in this direction, you may look
for another line church building in
this town in a few short months.
Although your correspondent is an
"outsider." yet he thinks the move
ment of our Methodist friend* is cal-
York than to manufacturer India-' culated to euhance the strength and
rubber conib without buying the, Influence of the denomination.—
right to do so," Another item of peculiar interest to
us at this time is the approaching
"Butler Countv Musical Convention"
ro
30,000 or more, for more than forty
SKC. 5. A majority of the Board
of Supervisors shall be a quorum to
transact business, but should a divi
sion take place 011 any question,
when only two members of the
Board are iu attendance, the^ues
tion shall be continued until there is
a full Board of Supervisor pres
ent.
SKC. 6. Resignations of County
Supervisors shall be made to tll€»
Countv Auditor, aud in case «»f va
cancy iu the Board of Supervisor,
caused by resignation, deatri. iciJov
al, or other cause, except expiration,
of term of otlicc. and the interest of
thecounty shall requiresuch vacancy
DR. WIIITK, the State Geologist to be tilled before the next annual
says the fuuious Anamosaatone quar- ''lection, the Auditor, Clerk and Ite
,, ... colder of said countv, or a majority
nes are practically inexhaustible,
eet nt se|
require, who shall continue in
office until tho i.ext regular election,
and until a Supervisor or Supervisors
are elected ami qualified to fill such
vacancies. And the absence of any
Supervisor from the county for si*
7~ months in seecessiou shall be deem-
e( a
resignation of the ofllce.
THE Scbool Board of Cincinnati
has been enjoined from prohibiting
the reading of the Bible in schootet
by the Superior Court of that city.
FLUKE, ex-county treasurer of
Scott county, who has been on trial
at Davenport for BO
me time, for
alleged defalcation, baa been acquit
ted
MfcRKIMKH ('OCN'TY, N. Y., for
I lilt* first time In 16 yearn, elects a
majority of the Hoard of Supervisors.
Dubuque, Herald.
Who has been electing the majori
ties of that county Mr. Herald all
I hits time?
close of my aea-
son in May."
How is that for high at $200 a
night? Who wouldn't be a women
"without rights" on those terms.
THE Des Moines Itmhtin, records
the wonderful fact that in Sac coun
ty, a farmer has two hens that lay
Apd have for some time.
DBKOCRATIC VICTORIES.—Tha un
terrified democracy of Herkimer,
the Wells and Chemung counties, New York,
have achieved glorious victories of
late, in the election of the Boards of
Supervisors, by one majoilty in each
county. As a matter of course, the
democratic press throughout the
country is jubilant.
AT a church fair, in Burlington, a
set of bed-room furniture was voted
to a young lady with the under
standing that if she was not mar
ried within a year the furniture
should be returned to the church.
She is now on the war-path, armed
with a bed-post.—Exchange.
It is hoped that she will bayflia
trouble in findiug a bed bug.
THE United States Supreme Court
has declared the act of Congress
making greenbacks a legal tender
unconstitutional—I,' e. that debts
contracted before the war are paya
ble in gold.
THE exciting question ill the east
is who took Ticonderoga. In the
west it is who killed "cock robin."
A MOVEMENT is on foot in Mis
souri, to divide the Btato. It was
pretty muclily divided during the
war.
New Advertisements.
STRAYED.
A medium niicd rnancow, About S ycnrn of a*r\
with a small gimlet hole in p.u li horn and a rami
heifer, coming' three vearw old, strayed from th
promir cf rmrlek Cunnlnghiinr iu (irnnt town
ship, Uruuf!}' county, Iowu, two week* ago thV
orrniiii
Any information of the whereabout# of th?
above described an!m iK will be thankfully re
ceived by tlii: undersigned.
I'A'l KICK CUNNINGHAM.
Grant Township Grundy Co.. Fob. 19.1S?W.
$832 IN 31 DAYS!
Made lv "TIC Affent. nellhur P..TENT
KLAKTK" IIKOOV. Over .tO.OOO n»w in n«r.
lteiommehii- by Hon. Tfvrtle. '.r=c.'v nti't Awr
ican Agrifitlurial. On* county re»ervctl foreaeh
Aijcnt. A. Ci.K'iu & Co.. :N CurtlmuU St.. S.
IV, or 1*H \Ya*hington St., Chicago, HI. 4Tw4
I was cured of nfiie«» and Catarrh by simple
remedv and will wnd tho rerpipt free.
47-4' Ml:s. M. C. J.KlH.ETT. iloboU. n.N. J.
10,000 AGENTS WAMT6D~~
PRIEST AND NUN.
Apply at once to
CRITTENDEN MrKINXKV.
47wA 1808 Cheonnt St., Philadelphia, Pa.
FOR KAMII.V fSK—chenp. rtt'f.hl--,
KNITS
KVKKTTIUNHI. AGENTS WANTED. Cir
cnliir and HHinpix ctiMkin: KKKE. Addre*
IIINKI.EV KNITTING MACHINE
A
CO..
47w4
A.v.. Chicago. III.
Great Chance!
•gents Wanted!
aooo
.-r year Mire, mado by
A.'eiitp. male or female.
V renoirntrl Ptitrnt Eter
re C'nthe* l.iiit. Clienp-
tin
-tmid bent clothes lino in the woriit
Iv :lct» per foot, mid wiil IHMIa huudrcd
I'lre** (lie lints,
in Rirtr Hi it
N.Y., or l»i Dearborn St.. Cliicwo', fit. 4
CANVASSING-BOOK SKNT FUKK FOR
"paris by Sunlight
and Gaslight
A M'oilK di-wrijitne tin1 il 1 1'KWHs,
VI/tTI '•'. vrrES. sr..KND"lts aud
VHJMKS, or UiC CITY OF PARIS.
It Ml# how Pari* ium ln-come tlie ityrtt toA
r.2o-t Beautiful City in tho world Imu it* Beauty
and Sp'u fjor iiri- purchwcd nt fe:i:Tiil -»*r of
Miwrv unit StiUVriti^ lnw vii«ttoi :ir Swimil
lYofi'Ktlohul Ailv.'iittir. how Virtue mid Vice
iirtu lti-arni in the B.'.uitltul i«y hoi*
lUt
ino-' Kcarl'itl Crinw* ir- ciminiittr1 and rat.V'"«lcl
how inou'. v i* SiMiandi ri'd i:i uni-it*i» luxurj-: und
ontain* over i ns:. «.r notrd I'liU'i-.
I.if-and SCCII.'K in Tiiri^. Awnt* waiitt d. i tn
vn-xiti.' BOOUk wnl frt'C. Addn-fH NATIONAL
1*1 BI.fsillNtl ().. Chicago, I". Ciacinnnti.
Ohio, or M. Loui*. Mo. 4T*4
WANTED—AGENTS.
(/5 lo K0I) FEB WIH,
Everywhere, male and female, to introduce tte
Genuine Improved Common Sense
Family Sewing Machine.
Thin Machine will atiivh. lrll, tuck, quilt,
cord. I.iud. braid aud uuibruidvr iu the uo*t »up«
rior luutitHT.
PRICE OMLY 18 DOLLARS.
Pnlljr Warrantrd Tor Five lean.
We will pay 1000 for any machine that will now a
stronger, more Ix-uutil'ti. or moro eiantie
tt uiii tluin utit. It tuaki e the
"ElasticiLocklStitch."
Every *erond etitrh he cut. and still the
cloth cannot le jnluil ujnirt wiihout t.'.iriiij it.
We pay Ay.HU tiom to jn-r mouth and
expeuvcn, or a coaiuit»ioii fr.cu which twi«« thav
iimonnt cau le matte. Ad'ln'-«
NEt'OXB A CO.,
Pittrliugh, Pa. Boston, Mao*., or HI. Louis, Mo.
CAL'TloX. -Beware of all Aeent* celling Ma
chines ouder the MUDU name A* ours, unlem they
t-an KIIOW a ("rrtifleat' of Ayeui-y eiL'iied by U«.
We fhail not hold oitrxelvef r.'hjtoiifible fr worth
lem Mathnirt. «iW tiv other pHrtiev. and Hbail
pron'-riite all parties either M'iliny or iii»iiif» Ma
ehini-v under this name to tlie full i \t( lit of the
law. niilcsuch Mdihitit's wire obtained from u.«
by (Hr Atrent*. lo not be lmpiwed upon by
luriiew wlio copy our iidvcr'li-i'iii.-ntu aud circu
lar* and utf'cr w^rlh'.^r ,M .cliit:i at a lc»? piie*.
SHANKLAND
FRUIT FAH3I
ANO
iNUItSERY,
TWO MILKS NORTH OF DUBUQUE.
Stock tor Spring of I870.
a.nno s rear oM Apple Trees.
an.ism-j
wmwo
Tr.in-'ceiifli:iit mid llyslop crab*.
KM I KK iiinoiid Cherry Trtee.
l.dno Stai.ilani Pear Trees.
tMXKl Minor iud I'iiiekasuw Plume.
B.CMIO Kvert-reens, Norway Spruce Halsnn, Fir,
&c Ac.
10.f*K"i
l{«spl,erries. alt the hardy varieties.
Wi um Strawberry piudt*. if) different torta.
Hl.tKK,1 Curruiits, i licrry. White (jrape, Rwd
Dutch, V" rsaiilnis. Ac.. Ac.
BOSKS- All the liardy varieties adapted to out
dotir culture, Wii»e!ias," Snow Halls, Lilac, Peo
nies. Phlox's. lMltrs. Ac.. Ac.
A liberal diaaioul to dealers. Send for Cata
logue. B. R. HHANKLANI).
Dubuque, Iowa.
SEEDCORI^r
A new and valuable vari«!y eom. ripens
early (the past th« last week of August) Yery
prolific, larpe irralu and small cob.
1.00 per quart by mail, post paid.
K. it. Kll ANKLANI.
45 Nmraeryman, Dubuque.
A(»KSTB
TO SCT.I. TfTR
"PKS.V IHTTKH BOOK,"
for Copying \tftr* without Prmx nr Wat4r.
This is the pre. ,eft time, labor, and moner-sar
inK invention I'Incase and none see it but to
prase its simplicity and convenience, as yon have
only to place tie- wiitten letter under the copying
leaf, and rub with the hand. Au aircnt has but to
show it property, and il khUd Adapted to
erery Ai/,d of ftitfintsK. It does not phnj out, as
the firs' sale Is onlv a beirinninL'. Address
ItI l'. GAUUtTK & CO., C'hkatfO, 111.
MEAT MARKET!
-f- A
3VKW
5
FIBM1
wiu'.'imi
TELLWOCK & KICE,
«ppom«inttttimuH,)
eStS'.'AXTT.Y o* nA*o a rrtrr^tirP fw
MEATS, POULTRY, U IMS,
Lar4f Ac., Ac.
Vegetable! in their Season.
We solicit tbe patronage of all mr fHmdf,
enemies nlso, ana will dcavor to rive KOO4
The Cheapest and B^nt Family Paper
iu the Land.
The Chicago Tribunt ii empliaticatly the /Vo
pltt'* A'Jrorafe. U .» oppost'd to monopolies.
riiiL'*, and Kwindling combinations of all kinds.
It has no interests or alliance* nparl from tlioci
of the treat public to whose frii-ndship ani put
ronatje it is indebted foriliu measure of prosperity
it enjoys. A distinguished characteristic of the
'hitau'O Trihnne i«. thwt it slwavi Ixtldly tak'*
theinl lativeon important pnblic questions, aad
waits for time and reflection among tbe psopi* to
prove that it Is right.
THE ISSUES.
It accms to be morally certain that, with the ex
tlnccion of slavery and lu abjnncts, and the rani
cation of the Fifteenth Amendment, questions re
lating to the I*itblic Debt, Taxation, and the Cur
rency will be th rilling and itoverniiii issues
upon which the country Will he divided. It Is
proper, therefore, to indicate the views of tluxe
questions uhk-h the Tribune will maintsin and
iletelKl. It holds
1. That an lrredccmabl. and fluctuating cur
rency i« the most expensive, injurious andoppres
site f..rin of c.irculalin medium tor all classes of
people, excepting only tbe speculators aiMstock
jramblers.
•i. That tlie credit of the naliiin is its most val
uable jmd that the lbirtso! the gov
ernment should be eonstmitly dirt-cted tothe im
provement of ii^ credit, to he end that ir* bonded
d('bt may he refunded at a toner rate of Iptcivst.
i. That, with the n storatlon of the public
credit, the business of hanking should be made
free, subjv'ct to the sufec-mrds which are now or
may hereafter be prescribed by law.
4. That all taxes imposed npm the people
should In adjusted solely with a view to the rals
iliK of revenue for the irovernmeiit. and that there
slio ild be a material and speedy reducliou in the
exUtiug rate of ta.\atiou, both under tbe iai«rnal
revenue aud the tariff systwms,
AS A NEWSPAPER
The Tribune claims pre-eailnonce among W.slern
Journals. It expends more money for news than
any other pnhifcation wn»t of New Tork. It
maintains a corps ol eorr- -pondi-nts nmt special
porter* eipial in UVU KT and intelligence to
any N«w York pap r. and, by a liberal use of the
ti let'snph, il is enabled lo briu^ before We.tern
readers nil the news of the day—political, com
mercial. and misceli.imeoos—two d»ys earlkM limn
any Eastern journal.
MARKET nEI'ORTS
Are untisaally foil and minute. Thn __
mcrcfal stnplrn of the W -t. which are of espnclal
interest an 1 linportaticc ti its re ers. and which,
in Kastern papers, ar.- necrs«arily limited or omtt
ted alloL-eilier. are minutelv con«id reil. aud the
W •stem farmer or trader jrains this inforinatton
from Cliiea^o two days earlier than lie can iret it
from an Eastt-rn paper, even if he tinds it there Ml
all. The telegraph market reports of the Tribune
embrace every commercial centre of K.iropr and
the inted States which can have any intluence
upon Western produce, trade, or industry. Unre
ports of th^ cuttle markets of Chicago .*.nd th«
priutipal Uastcru cities are prupar.d with tha ut
most -Are by special reporter* uf long expetioMe
and raining lulu
At RI'I'l.TURAL DEPARTMENT
The Weekly Tribune will ha?p the services of ita
well known correspondent "Rural," and will, in
addition, contain a weekly summary of aericul
tur.il idt 'lli^.-nee relating to the latest and most
approved methods of cultivation, and all thosci
entitlc research and practical I'Xperitneiits whose
results jire \,t\alneto an ajtrieultitral, ItorlicultB
ral. alM sfock-ratsinf comniut lty llrlaf ttpon Ma
rich prairie laridn or the West.
NEW FEATURES.
On the l»l of January nest, several important
chancres and improvements will hi made in the
publication of the Weekly Chicago Tribune. In
creased attention will be jrfyen to Its literarv and
ajrric
SKND F0* A aMKlMMX COPY
Bates of Subscription, Parable in Adraice
PAILT.
Tbe Dally Edition per year, tingle copy....fit
TRI-WEKKLT.
The Trl-Weekly Edition, iin?tecopy. $ $ 00
WEEKLY.
One Copy, one year
Four Copies, one year, to one address ..
Tisu Copies. n
Tw. n y Coplefc', j,
Fifty Copies.
ttOTillUllOIfST!
(t1 liooi Mt-
i*faction in er«/ pMrtleaiar. Qlv* as a nil.
A. RLLWOCKv PB4SK nice.
i
sro. i
PROSPECTUS
O* VR1
CHICAGO TEIBUITE,
Published Daily, Trl-Weekly and Weekly.
T\» great Radical Republican Organ lutd th*
Lending Atttmpnptr cf tk* Wmt.
each nttmher »ill contain original and littelafy
m:it ler wliieh u ill appear in no "(her idition of n......
mal ler wliieh u ill ap|»ear in n
ilie Tribune. It it t4te de»ernrtm*ti«ji of the pnh
li-lii'tv to make it M-rood to no »irnnl in Ihe
I'nited States a* a family paper, and in order to
plrce it within the reach evt-ry Farnn r. Me
chanic. UtiHre'HH Man and Kamilv in the West, wc
have nnide the lollowini extraerdiuarilv low
schedule of prices for clubs, which, considering
the size ot the sh'-et ai.d thi' amount of readini
matter ttiat It contain-, miihe* the "ft-ibun.the
rhc&pvtit paper in thu nited Situte*.
Itow Is the time to Buy
CLOTHING
00
on
("0
oo
woo
In nr.l iii!,' th1 at»0V« very low prices, and in
off-rinir tbe lilirh conitniiisioiis below, we r-i i|re
tlmt the Inlis t-hall ro to one address. When
ubseriht rs wish papers to lx- addressed to eacli
individual In the c!n!. fifteen cuts must be added
to the NipwerlptI' u foreac.li name to be writi o.
A* an inducement to Post-un»st"r«. and others,
to interest tnctnselves in the rircuiation «.f the
Weekly Tribune, and to reimburse them lor ieir
labor ami expense, we allow tlieni tw»hy per -nt.
commission upon all subscription^ to the Week'*,
made in accordance with above rates. The com
mission docs not apply to tUc D«Uy or Tri
Weekly.
It) addition to this commission of twentv per
cent, we offer for th" thirteen I unrest weeklv
C'lulis r.ccive.d on or before Mir fit ••sill jjrr
January, 18T0, the followinjf
PREMIUMS IN CASH:
For the 1st largect Ctnb, f*X)In CMlt'
»l
8d
4th
ftth
175
ISO
10
t5
Sth
•th
10th
11th
Itth
Wth
Tltcre are thirteen premiums, and they will be
mailed to the tblrti'en parties entitled to them (or
delivered to their order) on the twenty-fourth day
of January. 1
ue eiJresM of the successful parties will be
given in the Weekly Tribune of tho twenty fifth
of .January. H70, together with the sixes of the
winning clubs.
Persons inakins np clubs lu compliance with
the above terms will secure the twenty per cent,
commission any how. and If their club is one of
the thirteen |.ir.re«t will draw oue of another of
the above prenrunis.
IITJIJIW'* by draft, express, money orders, or
in registered letters, may be sent at our risk.
Herring's Patent Champion
FIKK AND Bl UOLAR PROOF
S A E S
i'onjft'urttitf:!* mi
f'bii atro. Jan. 31. 136S.
Messrs. IleBni((3 4 Co.. 40 state St.:
(ietillemen -In the disastrous fire on Ijike St.,
which occurred on the niirhl of the 2Sth inst.. we
had one of vour No. 5 Foidintr-DcHir Sales, which
lav in the hiiruhiL7 ruins inn i
1 yesterday
afternoon
ai.d so sfreat was the heat that the brass knobs aad
plates
Were
melted entirely off. I'pon openin.'It.
after nn exposure of aeoirt lorty-el^'lit hours, we
arc pleased to inform you that we found its con
tents. consisting of oiir valuable books and papers
all preserved in splendid condition: in fact, the
inside of the safe looks as rool a« new. Some of
the covers of the hooks were loose. We are
pleased with the result, and would add that a snfe
that preserves its contents so »ell. prove# it to be
fire-proof indeed. Yours respectfully.
I ilitAua tBftL POA Nflhf iiT
SIXTY DAY#
Fashionable Tailoring
In all Ita feraackea AM*taoviar.
Piece GoDda on liand and
made op,
-A.T ob'Sl
FURNISING
•. KINSTLER,
In mm Block,
Cedar Fall*, Iowa.
'B« who hath no music In his sool," Ac.
S/tiiAe
M, J. Paillard A Co.,
OF NEW YORK,
TUX OLTZAT
Musical-Box Impoitinf House
OF 1UE UNITED STATES,
have now ready th# targwt v*rf«t jr «l
MUSICAL-BOXES
ever Imported lo this country, direct from their
extensiv works in SwlUserlaad. com prising all
siaes and prion,
PLAYING FROM 0TO
ONE RUN9BED
MOST POPULA It AI US,
AT PRICES FROM $2.50 TO $3,000 KACH.
The JfiM AlfirabU mi Mut 8»MUut*
TV&
TUB
Piano, Melodoon or Accordeon,
£specta!tv where persona are unable W
pi iv on those instruments.
The Celebrated Mutical~Sox*t Our Hohm
are the rery beet and nvost aereeable acquisition
FOR THE HOME CIRCLE,
FOR F. IXJNO WINTER EVENISCS,
FORIHVAUDS,
FOR
Arrive Ibrddl,
Mints
Boys'v
Youths'
z*
s 9 3 U O A i i i 1 A
and
Great Bargains
OALIJ AC SEB
,, w,
TLIE LONFLV.
FUR THE M1LI49V.
FOR KVKKYBODY,
ESPECIALLY FOR Y0T RRELF. READER.
In fact, there U notltin^ like our
BELP-AOTINQ MUSIO
AL-BOXtB I
for
any one who enjoys delicious music
At a Moment's Notice!
Ry si mid v wincttag np md ay«MUng alevw,
vlich a «hltd can do,
The Icstrument Flays Itself
RFTODUCINO A GREAT VARIETY OF TITHES,
AND THE SWEETEST OF MUSIC.
Oar Musical Boxes are the best possible
dap, Weddlns or Birthday
^Wfcea pl«pinf u reaaindi oq+pf
Wlw* may be Iwukl a
1
Call and Examine.
tSTThi* i» «M: StnaatUrn Mica,
but a REAL FACT, which I will
prove if you will call and Buy.
HATS,
CAPS,
NEW YORK.
r^oramoc) IKTKBKATIOXAL ABT-c ALLOUII.
Central R. R. of Iowa.
TimoTabKT^
Commencing January 3d, 1870.
omva WVM.
Stations.
Leave Ackler.
SriamtKMt
Kld»ra,
Rock,
V'nion.
l.isromh,
Albion.
?»-40
1«:«0
.10:15
11:15
•am rnfmm.
Statl«Ai.
Leave srvhnll,
Alhim,
Liscomb,
I i s IIKKSON A Co.
The Safe of Messrs. M. Henderson A Co. can
now be seen on our sidewalk, l'iease call aud eee
if at ?•'(». 40 State Street.
J/erring't Patent Champion Setfti.
The Victors In more than 500 accidental flree.—
Awarded the Prize Medals at the World's Fail•
London World's Fair. New York, and the Bt
position I'liivcrscllc, Paris. Manufactured and
for sale by
HERRING A COMPANY,
40 state Street, Chic I:'
Fnetory.cor FourircnthS«. m, hetuins Aveune
I'nion.
Kidiira,
steamboat
Arrive Aekley,
S:30
3 15
IfcJO
4:10
4:50
6:90
(i:S0
1 w
C. OILMAN.
Preetdent Bnjierinteiideot.
.j naniiiisi
KN i T-K NIT-ItNIT.
AtiKNTtf WANTED evervwhere to
AMKIU'WX KNITHNt MACI1IXE. th
prtM'tiral Ptwnilv kuiltin:.' Mia lunr ever invented'.
iVirs f-2.". Will knit 2fl (H)0 siilrhi-» per miriite.
Addrrys AMflHIC VN KNIT I |Ni M.\(. HINT,
OO., IMN, Map
BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS,
At ft Small Advance
over Mnnufacturers Pricoa. idiive a Call
and Satisfy Youroelves.
^A4woiilVlutiiey Ac liog-ers,
U V
infiHtii Block, Corner of Main
16-Uf
IIAItDWAWli:
At Home, at the Old Stani
IteMriy oocupledbjr Hmci uvra,
.!
MAW 8TRKET, TWO DOORS SOUTH Of
CORNER OF FIRST STREET,
General Hardware*
Con^Unc of
STOVES, TIN, gOlTER
Aim
SHEET IRON WARE,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
CARPENTERS' & JOINKRS' TOOL*,
HOUSE TRIMMINGS.
TABLE POCKET CUTLERY,
Ani KNtt otber tueftil and neeamry uHe^aln bis
HIM of trad*.
Alto, all Job Work in Copper. Tin and Siwet
Iron, done with neatness
and dispatch.
I would return thanks for past fhvers and expect
to receive and confer more, l'lease trive me a call
and Examine for yonrselvcs, Is the true way to
test the trade.
GOODS, Ac. FI5JI
W. PEARCB.
Gadar Falls. May 1.1MH.
REMOVED!
Store
Rice & Goodfellow,
-DaaUiatn
GBilCEHIES PRQViSIOHS
Jffyin str&t, Mr11% Jtuce,
-QEDAU«ALI4iOWA.
s
i
A complete stock in our
line constantly on hand.
GB0VER & BAKER'S
FIRST PREMIUM
CLASTIC STICH
FAMILY
SEWING HI I III l.\ O,
B*OADWAY KXW
Bail-
4
y E S E N S 1
for Old or Young, Grave or Qay.
Send fir prloe llst. ('sent free.) select from It the
k'nd of boT von wnnt. nttmher of tunes and price.
It will then te sent by Express. pj\ able 011 de.
livcrv.t' o. 1». liu sure to write for price-list No.
10. Address
M. J. Palllard Co.,
IMPORTERS, *C., 6U BROADWAY,
Waaktaften St„ Clitea^o.
P«1NTI0V BXCIUBRDB.
rr
i
Beauty and Elasticity of 8t!tch.
Perfection and simplicity of Machlnaiy.
Using both three
da* dieeetiy from the*^o0tr.
No fastening o aeama by hand and no waste of
thread*. ""v"
r'
Wide range of application wltliwU chu(e of
ai^nstmcnt.*
The seam retalna tta bannty ad lliinnta after
washtafandfrduinp.
Besides doing ail klnda of work done by other
Sewing Machines, these Vachlnea eXecti!e the
moat beautiful and permanent Embroidery and
nmannnitil muhi
t^f"The Hlfrhest Pn-mi«tn» at all the fairs and
exhibitions ni the Cnitud States and Europe, have
bei-n awarded the Grover Jk Baker Hewing Ma
chiwMi. aud th'1 wurk done hi thetfL wherever
exhibited in Cwmpetitloa.
k V V" ^jL J" I'•*, 1 1IF* UT
I MK T.KfllON OF IUCNOH. w is inferrrd on
the ri-prci-cntai ivr n! tin- (Vrov-rA llrki'r Si-wlnjf
M'icliiiies, at the Kx|o»ilioa LuiwrMiJIe, 1'srW.
TB«M ATTE»UUG TH^TT JGM*L#A^*MTIRITY OV«R«U
other Sewing
1
is|
11
li
OF"
An Illustrated pamphlet, MatalnjBffnrke
lists, with samples or both the Grov A Baker
Stiteband
the Shuttlu
ruui STfDKXTS W.tm:D to
sell tba WvF buy the First JCiHUoa of "l(«0 Oaoiric
SEI.E TIONS.
NO
Misses',
Chlldrens'
and Rccond Plrccts,
€KTAR FAIjLS, IOWA.
osALUuinr
HEAVY
SHELF
A
Hardware,
S O V E S
Of ALL KINI
A N U A U E S
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SHEET IRON,
O E Y A E E
8IQN OP TNI PADLOCK
CSDAR FALLS, IOWA.
GREAT TUMBLE
1 If
Prices of Clothing! I
J. B. COHN,
CLOTHING H0XTSE,
Mwria** Buildlnc,
C^DAR FALLS, IOWA
Anticipating that tbe lew state of the Wheat
Market will brinsr on a decline of price* tn ail
eortsof Merchandize, 1 have determined to oflW
my LARGE STOCK of
Custom-Made
mniia
A
IriciK k Suit the Times!
A nd Without Reference to Former Price*.
Call and Convince Yourselves of the Travel
this Statement, lAid ea^te your thooey.
Remember the PIBCK^Tttxt to Wise & Bryant's
Drug Mtore, Opposite tbe Carter llense.
J. COR1*.
Bloomington, III., Nursery*
IMhYtarl BOO Acre* I il» QrunKou—
Ijirfest. beat stock s.nil -hip|.inar fucilitles.
APPI.KS 1. *2. 8 yr.. ttXWiiu. 1 Ai'Pl.K
Hot i (.liAPI'fS. choice. Nl'KSKitY
bT ".'K Send*. Osn^f". Pemii. Wll.l'
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CUNARD
MAIL
LINE,
STEAMSHIPS Leave Weekly froM
New York, Liverpool au4
^CBBNSroWN.
POfMaaage ai»ply to
TOWMR» KNA1VS
Cedar Falls,
Ortos.
4ft
Stitch ia varioa*fabrics,
will be furnished on request. 10 21 ly
*2." Containing the latest P.iort
lOWBf Uea. We.t. A(t., JJ
Ko. Lalce 8tr et, Chicago/
DU.
WI11TT1ER. HIT St. Chaffee hi .St. Louie,
Mo..
of 1'nion-wtde reputation, treat* all ve-
nerent diwust-s also, semtnul emissions, finpoter.
cv, tr the
rcMilt
of self-abuse. Send i stani|M
for sealed paiu|ihlet. fslpp. No matter who faiieV,
state ca^e. Consultation free.
i for recitation, declamation, school reiulint VlSlOVShow Strang*.'- The Married Ladk-«'
.vi-. in poetrv »"(l jiwj Ki-nd 3d cents Tor a Private (.'otnpnuion rontalns Ihe duaiied U
sjwapte. to •. Vlwth I I CO.. Chicago, 111. fonnntinn. Sent for *i irnpj Addre,* .Vfr. O
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