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THE GAZETTE.
OEDAR TALIS, MARCH 4, 1870.
Sentatorinl Convent ion.
A Special Senatorial Convention for the 41th
Dlftrict, will 1h' held Rt New Hertford, on (lie Mb
tlayof March, lsTO, at 9 o'clock P. fof the
parpose of nominating a candidate for State Sen
•tor to fl'l vacancy of lion. R, B. Clark, deceased.
The basis of representation will be as follow*
|®.wit: Otic delegate for each county, and one
tbr ouch 100 vote* and fraction of 50 or over cant
Ihr Hon. Jolin F. Dillon, nt the late General Elec
tion It re in er county will be entitled to 11 TOtee,
M'.kr county 8, Grundy connly S.
LOUIS CASE,
JAMES COLLAR,
I,. D. TRACY.
Ohio** Soldicrisi" OrpliftHfli.
The Senate of Ohio has defeated
the bill establishing a Home for the
Soldiers' Orphans. The Democrats
might be expected, voted unani
mously against this measure of hu
manity. The names of the immortal
trio of Republicans, who went with
them against giving the children of
our country's brave heroes a comfort
able home, and partial education,
are Root, Howard and Yeatman, We
•hould have thonght that a few, at
lea«t of the Democrats would have
accorded tliis small boon to save
those children from the charities of
tbe world, but not so, true to their
Vallandighum instincts they voted
against it—But Root, Howard and
Ycatman ought to be sephulchered,
politically, so deep, that a resurrec
tion would be impossible. They «re
traitors to the Republican party,
traitors to the interests of those,
whose fathers sacrificed their lives,
and their fortunes to save the coun
try from ruin, and their names will
go down to posterity loaded with
Ignominy. We have no patience with
Legislatures or Executives that plead
economy When the interests of thee
children are at stake. The States
are in debt to them this much, and
not to pay it is the basest repudia
tion. Pennsylvania cares foi about
4,000 of these orphans, Wisconsin
lias about 1,000, and Iowa about the
•ame. Illinois also provides a Home
for her gallant dead. But Ohio has
economy on the brain, and would
rather these chikhen would be pau
pers, and go to the poor-house for
aupport. Shame on the Senate of
Ohio, and shame on the traitorous
crew—Yeatman, Root and Howard!
From tlio Stnto Cnpital.
[From our Special Correspondent.]
Dks Moines, March 1, 1870.
Editors Gazette:—The Capitol
bill appropriation is running at fever
heat. It was to come up to-day for
final action in the House, but the
necessary number of yeas looked
equally. Kasson was sick, and time
was consequently granted until to
morrow. If the bill ehould pats it
will only be by a small majority
I had hoped to inform your reader*
In this of tbe result, but fear I can
not.
A sharp debate was had in tbe
House over the Supervisor bill as
passed by tbe Senate, The House
has amended the bill and ordered it
engrossed. The numbers will doubt
less be changed to five or swell mem
bers and hold their Ke&sluua accord*
to population.
Your Senator from Black Hawk
has introduced a bill fortbe establish
ment of an iuburunce department in
Uie State.
There la a fetroNfc railroad lobby
here, but it neeum to have little
weight With tli« members. A bill
has passed the House regulating the
passenger fare on railroads to four
cents per mile, for all distances over
one huudm) miles, and Ave cents
for all distances under that.
The State geological survey to ©on*
ildered a mugiiit)cent humbug by
many in both Houses, or I should
say the manner in which it has b^en
prosecuted. The appropriation asked
by the State Geologist was $5000 It
was finally cut down to 2,500 in the
Senate and then failed to pass. Your
correspondent thinks it very appro
priate, that work be guaranteed iu
«tead of pledge» renewed, before auy
more of the {icoples money la appro
priated in that way.
Irish, as you arc aware, is a young
man, but if he does not have a bid
to marry, from some Iowa fair one,
hefore the session ia over, you may
whisper to your readers that Jo&e
phus is no prophet. He Is trying to
get a resolution passed allowing the
women to vote if they so decide by a
test vole in the State. That's fsir
and we hope it will carry. John's
head is level If it Is pretty high Ju
the air.
Specimens of stone are here from
all directions. The members of both
Iioums, it is believed, will be well
posted on the btoue quarries of Iowa
before the session is ended. The An
»t»» sn specimen is ainon^ the best.
The recefs w-as a great blessing to
tbe jsitate. Tbe gassy portion have
tearucd by consultation, that their
constituency w.-nt work, and less
buncombe speeches, and they are en*
deavoring to act accordingly.
i will inform you at ouco of th»ra
of the enpitol appropriation.
V' Ul-S JOiWHUS,
U.g'Ll
Central Committee.
Wuverly, March 1,1S70.
StAinpv.
Jt high time that Congress
Of the United States, attd the Ad
ministration take steps to abolish
the "ftamp net." It is odious, and,
Mt res?
tit, mineeessiiry, There
no need of psylnemore than twenty
five or thirty millions, on the princl
|»R1, of the public debt annually.
This will maintain the public credit
and relieve the nation of a burden
*oine taxation. Let the oncoming
fenerations help pay the debt. It
trill be an easy matter to do it twen
ty-five years hence. 'Jan't the lead
•re of the Republican party see that
lite people demand the abolishment
fcf the "inquisitorial and unpopular"
stainpt act? Secretary 13outweU'»«
plan of reducing the national debt,
at all hazards by such enormous
Atamp duties, if adhered to, by Con
gress, and the Administration, will
uncertainly pass the power into the
liands of a new party, as that, two
Slid two, make four. It 8eeni9 as if
Mime men, who call themselves Re
publican* are playing into the hands
of*Bome dy else instead of the peo
ple. And the result Will be, thepco*
pie wilMmrl them fiom pow«»r at the
next Presidential election, unless
there is a different line of policy pur
sued from tbat, new in operation.
CJJroiilt Court.
The Circuit Cburt of Stack Hawk
Co. opened on Monday last, at 2 P.
M., Judge Rapg presiding. The Pro
bate cases were disposed of on Mon
day. On Tuesday and Wednesday
the following civil cases were dis
posed of:
Hamon Sernon vs Williams—
Continued for service.
Isaac King vs Geo Johnston—Con
tinued for reference.
Jay ne & Son vs E Davidson—
Cbntinued for service.
David Giil vs gollenberger—
Same.
no K Fopp vs Win Law el als.—
Same.
Lucretia Stftmcs at al vs Frank
McQuade—Default vs deft.
Bodine & Co vs Overmanet als
—Default and judgment vs defts for
$130.01.
Don & Fowler vs Curtiss—Trial
by jury—Verdict for deft.
Jno Os'iorii vs A Clump—Settled.
K Oi vis vs Adam Smith et ala—
Settled.
Dow & Fowler vs N Churchill—
Continued for service.
Geo Beck vs Auton Baeha et als
—Default.
Jno Brown vs George Bye—Settled.
Isaac VatiOtmpo vs A E Brown
et al—Default.
Wm Hill vs SM Sweeley et als—
Continued as to W Sweeley and
dismissed as to 8 Sweely.
Sandwich Manufacturing Co Vs
Curtis8 et al—Dismissed as to Chas
\Vliny ten.
Jas English vs Royce—Dis
missied—Plff pay costs.
E. Stoner & Bro vs David Gallgher
—Default.
W Hamill A Co vs Over
man et als—S A Bowman substituted
as plff.
W Hamill & Co vs dough
et al—Settled.
Ruftis Connable vs A Merrill—
Venue changed to district court.
Phillip Pint va Wm Krascht—D«»
fault.
K Orvls 6 Cb vs N Chnrehlll
—Default and judgment with special
execution against the property at
tached.
A Alderman vs City Fire Ins Co
—Change of venue to U S circuit
court upon deft giving bond.
Henry Glasgow vs N McKln
ney tt als—Default.
Henry Glasgow vs IX Vander
burg et als—Default.
W W Smith vs W Long et al—
Settled.
E Andrews vs W Brown—Set
tied,
Kuthland Ordway & Cb vs O
Ruuvon et al—Settled.
Wells vs O Runyon et al—
Settled.
Jno Moore vs Tho« N McKinney
et al—Default.
Lucy A Hart vs W Chasty—De
fault.
Henry Asbway vs Phillip Lieber
et al—Venue changed to district
court.
W S Brown vs Cfedar Valley*^ &
Association—Dismissed.
Urn Carey etal vs IFm JVinter—
Default.
French vs Phillip Lieber at als
—Settled.
E A Snvder vs Lieber—Settled.
8 S Cookfvs Lieber—Settled.
Lyman Blair vs Overman fct
als—Default and decree of foreclosure.
Jno McCbrd vs A Spencer et als
—Defau 11.
W eat he wax & Cutler vs A Ben
nett—Settled.
A Cobb vs Jacob Berry et al—
Default.
S Stuckler vs A Heserodt—
Judgment by consent vs deft.
Isaac Turner vs Isaac King et al
—Default against Rachel King.
Benj C} Button vs llr A Hunt & Co
—Settled.
A Z a v s W a l- e
fault.
Edmund Miller va A 8 Bennett
Con for service.
1st National Bank, Goshen Indiana
vs A N Mckinuey—Default.
Jos Classey va Phil MeEntee et al
—Default.
C& W Iiurbftcher vs Geo Sever
ance et al—Default.
Jno Shimt ry va Sergeant et al—
Desault.
Cook vs Theodore Fisher—De
fault.
Owen McManas vs Jas McCaffrey
Default.
& W Burbacher vs Webster
—Settled.
Eickelbugh 6 Cttm Tbos Conner
Default.
Edmund Miller vs Oemst etal—
Venue to Dist Court.
W. Couch vs Adam Dage etal—De
fault.
Jane Baker vs Ralph Dwlht etal
—Dismissed at Pitt's costs.
Geo Otdway vs Mutual Benefit
Life IDS Co—Transferred to U. ti.
Court.
Wadswortli Manufacturing Co vs
W N Barriek—Default.
Jno Manny & Co vs Keven
eug—Settled.
Kahn vs W aamlll4Co—De
fault.
1st National Bank, Goeher Ins vs
Y Knuse et al—Default.
1st National Bank vs Morgan
et al—Default.
1st National Bank vs Hiram Blow
er etal—Default.
1st National Bank, H. ShaaijMU)
hauser—Default.
1st Nation BankBenj* Bover,
1st National Bank Jos. U. Wilson
etal—Default.
1st Nation Bank Fiuley Monroe.
Default.
1st Nation Bank Wm. Btowe et al
Judmgt vs Deft for $245.10 Merrill
Davis vs James Endertor— Default.
1st National Rank E St John—De
fault.
1st National Bank Jas T. Finde—
Default.
Brown Siberllug & Coif* M. Klapp
Default.
1st National Bank, Katzenber
ger—Default.
& W Burbacher vs DSchelecht—
Default.
1st National Bank, Williams
et al—Default.
Howe vs Jno Logan et al—De
fault.
Manny A Co vs Juo Doud—
Default.
James Durham vs Hauey—De
fault.
French vt Lieber et al—
Withdrawn.
Levi KeuDlcntt vs Brown rt «1
•-•Settled.
V. Ilopk'.n* vs Wm Provnn ct al -Di'fanlt.
E Miller v» Jno Lapter ct nt—-Settled.
1 Dims Co vHF 8»-h]\v- Default.
A W Brubacher v* Jus Wells ut »1- -Default.
K Oroln Jt Co 4 II ^"p.ali?tcad Default.
i W Conarrt v» SII r.riv.'fo Settled.
Leavltt A LBoch vn LL-wi» Default.
Bowmnn A: Smith w Jno Fi-li' etal— De&uitt
v» Owen Fin1 aa'l contiim«l a» to Fisher.
Asa ('amp v* W Burr-- Default.
A V Brr.nnell v» Harmon Eastman et a)
de
fault.
Edward Miller v* .To»ephene Ropper*— aettled.
A Say A Co., vs Dixon—settled
Fri-d Millor v* Chun Miller et al—Judgment as
per stipulation—stay of execution until Nov. lrt,
1S70.
AIoimo
A Nolder vn W Brow n -Default
F. W Babcuck vs Daniel Uymi-Delaull.
W (i Cole vs E 0 Stowe- Settled.
J. B. Abbott us Kenyon—Default
UtfaM Bros", vs A Parker et al—Default.
John Pni rncr vs I* Lelberet a
1—Default.
Molinc Plow Co. French—Motion for se
curity for costs— puitaiucd
11 McCorawltk & Bio. vs Cornue—Dismiss
ed at phintiffV covt'
Dobt Shields vs W A W Munger—Defalt.
Perkins & Co,
TS
edition, and the doors of their board
ing places were consequently left un
locked to admit them. We retired
about one o'clock. It is uncertain
ranremeuiC
v-i,nv
A^l ulk'r va Henry KlauEner De- extra edition of Tuesday, an account
of the burglary committed in this
fault.
S S Sheldon Bro vs M. V. 8«Io
ver—Default.
& W Bruhacher vs 9 Howltf—
Default.
A W Brubacher vs O Mills
«'o.-Settled.
Cobb A Jones vs Geo Bener et al—
Default.
Cobb A Jones vs Jno Logan et al—
Default.
DIIIWt, S Lontf—Change of Team to f,at'»
Oroncly Vmuty.
Jno AI*hon*e vs Rnfflngton et al—Delimit,
Iloroancourt v» 8 Hcn*y—Default.
A Allen v* Jas A Sharp- Defan'.t.
Orra Cartlo va E K Ware—Judgment by con
rent.
F. Wilcox nXK Ware—Judgment by con't.
John Lawaon n Ellsworth—Default and
Judgnu nt for #lfl0 at fi per cent, interest.
Beldon & Cr.im vs W A Hnnt. & Co— DvfaOtt.
Awoii A Hard vi I. Herrick—Deftinlt.
N ltnrst—lKlknlt.
A Rank & Co. vs O W Mitn^rr—Judf^ment
by gtipulation for $3163, Interest at 10 ppr cent.
Bank of Britlch America vs Caleb May e^ a]_
Settled.
^tna Manuttctnriag C«, r» hunger—Deflt
D8 Klein—Defanlt
Davenport Fire Insurance Co. vs A U Bates—
Setled.
Davenport Fire In*. Oo. ts Wm Brtwh—Default
Henry AuMIn—Setl'd
uler Rohn—Default.
W". W. Yokom—
.. Allen—
K (}. Stowe—Settled.
Black Hawk.Ilawk Co., for School Fund vs
Click et al—Default against hi II Minire.
8. P. Bralnard v« Chaf Mullan—Settled.
AI) Shaffer et al v# W Say
lor—Settled.
Max Rinow v« II tionarhnonr—Defanlt.
Carpenter v* ft A Holmes et al—Decree for
foreclosure by agreement.
Towneend & Kuapp vs Tlios McKinney—Geo
Ordwav, Ecq., appointed commissioner to take! two employees. A thunder-clap from
answer of garnishee#.
Jas W Clark et al v* II IIixie --J II Hawkins
Esq., appointed to take answer* of garnishees.
Dolcl ltobhcr^ in Grundy
Center.
From the AV.x* Kxtra, of Feb., Kd.
We*soon learned that ours was not
overcoat aud
the street ill
the direction of IS lifer's house.
All the circumstances of the rob
bery indicate that the burglars were
fami'iar with the loeaiity and ar-
committed
village last Monday evening or Tues
day inori.ing. So large a robbery,
for so small a place, of course
produced immense excitement.—
Nothing was talked of but the bur
A^glary. Surmise was rampant and
suspicion ran widely about, fastening
on parties here and there without
much regard to probability and with
little or no elFort at logical demon
stration. The fl. st instinct of a com
munity in such cases is for a scape-
victim' a»l
nmrtv (vmiitv. ism of exasperation »t matters 1 title
whom. It a party can be found bold
enough to first point the finger of
'"./be first parox-
I suspicion, the silly, the hefdless and
unthinking follow like a flock of
sheep. We do not propose in this
article to mention any suspicions
which were imagined or ventilated
against any parties except those in
whom we are directly interested, and
in justice to them we propose to de
tail fully the circumstances in the case
About Thursday morning, it ap
pears, the excitement reached a head,
ai:d a general search of thy town
waH proposed. About noon, as the
writer hereof was on his way to hi*
dinner, lie was hailed by Sheriff
Vennum, who informed him that the
citizens of the town were to assent«
ble in the Court House and submit to
a general search, and asked us to ac
company him. We asked him if
after dinner would not do just as
well. He replied that it would be
better to go now and have it over
with. We accordingly accompanied
him. We found tl'.d Court room
pretty well fillcu. As soon as the
Sheriff stat&d the object of tbe as
semblage, we arose with the remark
that as we were in a hurry to get our
dinner, we hoped the Sheriff wo
"go through" rts first. T'itJ Sheritf
and his able assists'*/^ accordinjrly
''went through"
us
\Vo waited un-
JL bands employed IU our
onle^ rtHil one or two citizens were
^•arched, and then seeing from the
number present that it would take
Several hours to complete the job,
we started to go to dinner. There
was a guard stationed at the door,
we presumed simply to prevent
parties going out before they were
searched. He declined to let us out.
We remarked that wc had been
searched, and there was no reason
for detaining us longer. Tbe guard
asked Justice Williams if lie should
let us out. He replied very peremp
torily "No." This "riled" us little,
and we advanced towards the Squire
and demanded by what authority he
detained us there. He answered,
"By the authority of the town ol
Palermo." "Show your papers," we
exclaimed excitedly. The Squire
then produced a document which we
found, on perusal, to be a search war
rant authorizing a search of the per
son and property of ourself and our
a clear sky could not have taken us
more by surprise. SVe found that
the wai rant had been issued on an
idlidavit given by one Thomas Armit
age, a blacksmith of tiie village. As
soon as we had recovered from our
surprise, we cheerfully conducted the
Sheriff to otir premises, und afforded
Last nigh* the houre of J. Slifer, i hin every facility for search, but our
Esq.. and the Center House, in thisj anger and indignation at the outrage
village were entered by burglars, and was rising with every moment. The
tbe pockets of pants anil vests redid search over, we proeicded to the
and fome $400 in money and a valua-1 Court House and demanded an ex
ble silver watch stolen. lamination on behalf of ourself and
On waking, about seven o'clock in our employees. There was little dis
tlie morning, Mr. A. Hyde, who position to proceed further on the
board* at Slifrr's discovered that bis!
jnrt
watch was pone. His brother, Sam- by the employment of strong lan
uel, who slept with him, immediate
ly got up, •itid taking his pants, found
that his poeUot book was gone also.
Anson Hyde then looked for bis
watch, anil found that, too, had dis
appearde. The writer hereof, who
occupies the same ro.im with the
Hyde brothers, waking just as the
latter bad discovered their loss, grab
bed for his vest and pants, but found
his watch and money safe. Thwalarm I (iay came, and with it our attorney,
of burglary s*oon spread through the Mr. W. Moir, of Eldora. When
,u"'
house, and it was found that other
rooms hal been entered, but nothing
else of value taken. Mr. A. Hyde's
pocket book contained SMOor ovwr
iu money, and Samuel's some £70 or
$80, and a note for $300. The watch
belonging to. A. Hyde was worth
nearly a bundrvd dollars,
tbe only house that had been enter- arson, rape, or for threatning to pros
ed. The Center House had been ieeule Squire Williams for willful
rifled by the same burglarious itili- mii malicious oppression under coi
viduata, but their haul there was or of judicial authority. And yet
not so rich, they securing there Mr. Baker, the attorney retained "for
plunder to the amount of only about the countv, and Squire Williams
$11 in all. They entered a room oc-
of the movers in the matter, but
gunge we at length succeeded in get
ting them to take some steps in that
direction.
Papers were drawn up—we did'nt
examine them at the time,and we and
our employees surrendered ourselves
prisoners without a warrant into the
bands of tiie sheriir We tlieu asked
lor an adjournment till Friday to en
able us to procure course!. Next
"*1 he asked for the papers on which we
were to be arraigned for preliminary
examination, be was shown a docu
ment that ought to be preserved as a
curiosity in legal literature. No
charge war specified in it, and it was
supported by no affidavit. No one
eon It! have told whether we were to
be examined on a charge of murder,
Were
cupied by six men, ritled the pock-. examination on this document! It
ets of three pairs of pants, takingUeem-i that, when it came to the
the pocket hooks, which were found, point, neither Mr. Arm it age lior any
in the morning empty under a cor-j one else was willing to make a sig
ner of the barn. Tiie man they were citic charge and support it by ailida
evidently aiming for at the Center vit. They could retail (danders
House \vas U. J. Tompkins who was around the street. They could pick
supposed to have considerable money up detached and preverted shreds of
about him, but be lay on the back conversation, misconstrued eircuiu
fiide of the bed and had his pants, stanccs, and weave, with a web of
doubled up under bis head, so they malice and a woof of falsehood, a fah
did not reach him. The pocket books lie of accuvation but none eon Id be
of the Hvde brothers were found, I found bold or reckless enoguh to
later, iti the school house, but the support the fabric by a solitary attt
money was all gone except a dollar davit.
in one and seventy ceuts in the oth- When the hour for the examina
er, jtion arrived, Mr. Barkvr aros^ and
The burglars conducted their oper- stated that none of the parties being
ations shrewdly. The writer hereof willing to make oath to any specific
and two printers were at work late in i charge against the parties accused,
the Ada* otlice getting out the week's he could do nothing but withd.aw
actually about to proceed to the
the suit on part of the prosecution.—
The justice thereupon ordered tiie
This was the end of the examina
tion. We exceedingly regret that
whether the robbery was committed the parties who directed the suspi
atSlifer's before or after that hour
If after, it is a mystery why they did
not take our watch and pocket book
too.
The printers, who boarded at the
Center House, did not get home till
after 2 o'clock. It i» pretty certain
eion lacked tbe manliness to come,
forward and afford us an opportunity
for full investigation. It was pru
dent on their part, however, to stop
where they did, aud we cannot but
admire their discretion, if we con
demn their judgmwutand good sense.
tbat tbe robbery was committed there A step further and they would have
before that hour. One of the in, as lie i "gotten their foot in it" so deeply
was retiring, lookod out of tiie win-1 that it wouldn't have been drawn
dow, and saw in tho street a rather out iu a hurry
short man in a long
cap. He was ging_ up
liut as most of the purttes have
since come to us and expressed con
trition for the part they have taken,
and acknowledged their error, we do
not care to pursue the matter further.
Mr. Armitage came up voluntarily
of the houses which they i ot: .Saturday moruing and acknovvl
entered It is
evident that they were edged that he hail been deceived and
after Slifer too as the iPom he occu-1 made a tool and catspaw of by other
rded a sh^rt ti'n^e ngo was entered, parlies. He gave us their names,
but finding that he had changed his but we, with more consideration than
quarters did not disturb it further. t.^pv hav© shown to us, for best to
P. W. Since the above was in type publisii them at this time. They
Mr. Lewis Houghton, who boards at promised to baek liiui, threw all the
Mr. Houks's, about two miles from responsibility on his shoulder*, aud
the village, makes the following1 when it came to the senate1'?, they
statement: On Monday evening, txn.'krd him by incontinently back
about nightfall, a man, described as, ing nut and leaving him in the iu'reh.
rather a short man with dark mous-1
taehe arid chin whi»kers, having on th
e
1
The H«»uk school house is a few cial authority toshwnler. Thwyhave
rods from Mr. llmik's house. When done an irreparable injury to the par
the teacher left aftei school she put ties, who were so causelessly ae used.
out the (ire and cleaned the ashes out
of the stove. Mr. Boughtou was in
tiie school house about six o'clock on
Monday evening, and found the stove
will do Mr. A. the justice to say
u
along black overcoat and a tallish i liness in the matter which contrasts
cap, was seen to pass Mr. Houk's favorably with the conduct of those
house. Ashe passed he pulled up who dt caved and dupedJiim.
the collar of his coat to the top of his We believe (Squire Williams and
ears, as if to conceal his face. He, MJ. Maker to be well meaning ami!
took tiie direction towards Grundy! conscientious men, but can scarcely
Center. The same man was seen a commend them for their knowledge
little befoi* by Mr. Itelyea's and Mr.
he has exhibited a certain man-
of law and evidence displayed in
Elliott's people who tafked with him this case. Mr. Williams iok no stop
and at once set him down, from his but with the advice of Mr. Maker,
conversation and general appearance, Probably they thought they were do
as a suspicious character. We are ing their duty, But m^n in respons
told that he enquired all about (iruu- ible positiousshould be more (iix reet.
dy Center, the number of stores here, They should consider the awful na
and seemed desirous of gaining par- ture of the thing 111cy do when they
ticuiar information atiout the village, take the unsullied name of a man of
It was remarked atthe time, by some! high ctiaracter ami attach to it suspi
of those who saw him, that lie could eion of crime. They should be care
be coming here for no good purpose. ful how they give the color of judl-
Mr. Baker told us, on Friday even
ing, iu tbe presence of witnesses,
that he felt awful flat, and that he
had learned a lesson which would
cold. After 11 o'clock, when he i la«t him u life-time, and we sincerely
went to bed, there was no light in i hope lie lias. That lesson was never
the school bouse. About 7 o'clock to proceed again iu a case of this
the next morning, when he went to kiud without some show of evidence,
the school house to make a fire, he I Had lie learned that lesson before In
found the stove hot and a good tire was admitted to the bar, it would
in it, aud books laid down as if to have beeu still better. But we cher
form a pillow, showing that some, ish no illfceling against iiiiu or
one had upeut the lwtter part of the Squire Williams. We write more in
uight there. sorrow than iu anger. We deem It
The regular i«sue of th® Atlas of simple justice to ourselves that tho
last I-riday, contains the followingL,
nnnf.i,,. «i,» fniinrusi».» facts shotild be stuted precisely
Jf U|(
additional particulars {hose others remember bow their
We reproduce elsewhere, from our course has mortified and injured in.
,y
,as
h(U other
News Items.
-^•Minnesota proposes to let tbe
wsmen decide whether they want to
vote.
•—Me Parland's trial has bee* Axed
fofr the 7tli inst.
—The decrease of the public debt
during the month of February, was
$6,484,811.75.
—Mississippi now ItweU In the
halis of Congress.
—A Hardshell Baptist preached in
Washington lately from the text,
"God created man in his own im
«ge." Then he commenced, "An
honest man is llie noblest work of
God." And pausing, looked over
tbe audience and said, "But I opine
God Almighty has not had a job in
this city for nigh onto fifteen years."
•—Two farmers in Kansas recently
had a lawsuit about seven pounds of
butter. When the jury retired tliey
took with them the butter, procured
some crackers, ate them together, and
returned a verdict of ,uno cause of
action."
—The Red Stocking Base Ball Club,
of Cincinnati, now has over eight
hundred members. Tbe President
of the club stated to a reporter of tbe
Cincinnati Commercial, the other
•fcty, tiint tbe last years' iiine have all
been re cn»ployetJ, and that Hall, of
B^Kiklyu, and Hicks, of Flatbush,
Long Island, have been selected as
substitutes. He also stated that the
club would make a Southern trip in
April and an Eastern one in May
that it would play all first class clubs
without objection and that it would
probably play tho Forest City's, of
ltockford, at Cincinnati, on the
Fourth of July.
—William Jones, a negro who at
tempted to run a bouse of 111 fame at
Wheatland, Clinton county, was
shot, last Friday evening, by the citi
zens.
New Advertisements.
K
A(
k.\"th svavi rn r..r
STUI UtilJ S «fc ntll HI'HSof
P. T. BARNUM,
Written by In Om Large Octavo Vol
urn?—yearly 80O in tinyhsh
Wi'i Germti,t—33 Elegant foil Iktge Engrax
i !j
It Kmbraceu Forty Years Ree Election* of hi*
Bu«y Life, a*a Merchant. Manager, B.-iuker. Lec
ttirer aud Stinwinan. and triven aceouiitx tifhi
lm|Ti.-nnm nt, hi* Pailiiri'. his Sue (-••-•fill Kurop
ai Tour*, Hint importan' Hi.torie:il and lVmimat
K.'niiliifewf", replete with llliriliir. Anecdotes,
and Knterlnininif Narmtiven. N'o hook puhlii-h
ed :ueept ille to nil clawKC*. Everyone wan Ik
It Au'ent* :ire sellins from SO [Ofl a we-k.
We oti'T extra t« rm« «nd pay freight. Oar Illus
trated Catalogue and Termw to Aecnte nt free.
J. B. UI KH 4c CO., P«ibll»l.eriH
•tSwtl tlartli nl. Couo.
1
In 1
iti of Life.
ELDER Jf.t U I'.t TT'
Dkah
Snt: 1 have u»ed various kinds of T,nnj?
Balaam, but nothing haa relieved me from pain
aud Hor-ne*f In tho chest as your Bttlm for tb
Lung* and Liver haa I would, therefore, recom
mend It to all who have iutl.unmiition of Lun^**,
Consumjrtion, or are afflicted with pain in the
side, a* healing ami r«*fornUre, removing both
pain and cough, and invigorating tho whole xy*
tciu. Believing this medicine, if known and
nied, would be invaluable to otherc, I, therefore,
take ple«sare ia misting yon to make tt public.
J. F. ROT.
Any order accompanied with the fa»h to pay
expense of Medicine will receive prompt atten
tion. Address
D. B. MARYATT.
Bo* ti. New Hartford, lows,
8HANKLAND
I II i IT I
AND
TV UIIS11I1Y,
TWO MILES NORTH OF DU!l'.»UE.
Stock for Spring of 1870.
R.flOO fi year old Apple Trres.
3. .UN11
9o,ra*n
90 t#H 1
5.t)i0 Trati«n lidant and Hysiop erabs.
S.rtKi Kirly lih'l.mmiil Cherry Tre«a.
j.^hi S' 'ii.dard 1'rar Trees.
2 Minor and Chickasaw Plnms.
li.iXM) Kvi r.Teeni, Norway Spruce Balsaii, Fir,
Ac.
10.000 l.'asplM'rrtes, all the hardy varieties.
BH.iHiO Stra-.vherry pladti-. S1 illfi'erent norts.
llMh^ Cnrrartu, Ch rrv White Grape, Red
Dutch, Vemaillais, Ac..
&c.
HOSKS—All the hardy variete adapted to out
door culture, Wi«re!ia», Snow Bal's, Ulac, Peo
niex. Phlox'*. Dalles, &c., &c.
A liberal discount to dealers. Send for Cata
logue. E. It. Slt.VNKLAND.
Du!turii\ Iowa.
SEEOCORN.
A new and valuable variety ut corn, ripens
enslv (the piixt the 1m*t week of Aujfutt) very
prolific, larae erain and i^mall cob.
StUH uat quart by mail. po»t paid.
E. RSHANKLAM).
it Horseryman. Otibuqae.
Agents
wantkd to skt.t, the
MiTTKK BOOK,**
For Copying'/-r« with'nit Pi r..'« or Hi iter.
Thii in the gre. ."n't time, bJo]'. ard ninney-iisv
ing invi-ntion tne use and none see it but to
prai«e It# nimplicity «nd conv.^ii nc. aw yon have
only to pliee th written letter under tin copylmr
leaf, and rtih with the hand. An aifent h-is hut to
show it property, and it i'srlf. Adapted to
erew ki of hurt/if**. It does nit pl 'jt out, as
tin- first sale Is onlv a Ivrlnnin?. Addrirss
89*4 P. OAlii KTT A CO., Chicago, 111.
Herring's Patent Champion
FIRE AND BI KCLAIt l'KooF
S A E
(Jrcat uiijl'hjriiHt.us ni) St.
Chieaero. Jan. 31,1808.
Messrs.
Herring
A Co,, 40 state St.:
dentlemen—In the dlsai-tron* Are on Lake St.,
which occurred oil the ni'_*ht of the SHrh Inst., we
lui'i oil" of vnnr No. ." Folding-floor Safes. Mhirh
lav in the l»ur«1n*r rum* until yesterday afternoon
ntid irreat was the h.'iit that the bra-*kin.l-Kand
C.
IIknh:.k.so«i
TUe Safe of Messrs. C. M.
A Co.
1
lenderK.H A- Co. can
now be seen on our sidewalk. l'Kasc call and sea
it ai State Street.
Wrrin^* Patent Champion Safes.
The Victors In lu^re than 600 accidental fires.—
\warded the Prize ^ledal* at the World's Fair
London World s Fair. Ni-w York, and the E*
position Universale, Paris. Manufactured and
for* de hv
HERRINC A COMPANY,
40 State Street. Cli!.'
1
/o. i l.
r«.or,. to,, ixxrt .-a UI Avco#, M.uroriCTtm*» by
MEAT MARKET!
NEW FII1I!
FF.LLWOCK & RICE,
(Oppoaite Inman Bonae.)
kbhp e»MaafB|namitvuaai«r
MOTS, POI LTRV, 11DIS,
Lard, &c., &c.
VegetabW ia Uuiii1 Seaflon.
We nhMelt the patftMagw af oor fVienfls. and
enemies also, and will endeavor to ^Iv ROO4 aat*
tsftction In every particular, Give us a eall.
etj
K. KEIXWOtK.
Bert and Ohoapest^OrgHos now la the! QLQTHING I
Whitney & Holmes'
For Churches, Schools,
Concert Halls and Home
Circle.
Unrivaled for Volume
And Purltyof i.Ton«l
EXCELLENCE OF iCTlON
Beauty of Finish,
And Inr»lility.
Tttt MODEL OKGAXS an Iwt becoming the
MOST POPULAR!
of wy tatiwlMwl to Ike patdtel
The Ipnt«tion
of thnw Orsrans, and the increased demand
^liem thromrbant the wbotn West am
unquestionable proofs of their
GREAT HPEBIOK1TI S
Asd they are proronn*d by the High
eat Maaka!
Authority to be tb»
BEST ORGANS
JVOW IN USB
afir Agents Wanted
in every City and Town wher- we have not ap
pointed 'hem to Introduce the Mod"l Organs,
to whom liberal rates will be given.
Sriecial Inducements Offered IMILY I -C
KRYTHIN-j.
To Churches and Schools
which ^purchase Instrument
from the Factory.
Circulars, Price List, with fnll inform*:ion. Tree
to any addrtss.
33very
#n
plate?* w-Te melted entirely off. t'j.on opening It. WfarFan%eO TOT FIVO TearS I
after an *nofure tf uboirt lorty-i-iuht hours, we
are pleased to inform you that we found its con*
tents, eotirlstlnir of valuable btiok^und paper*
all preserved In splendid condition iu fact, the
inside of the safe lool :rs s»ood as tiew. Sonu of
th covers of the books were loose. We are
pleas with the result, and would add th-U a safe
that preserves its contents so well, prow* it to be
lire-proof indeed. Yours respectrnliy.
nu. yn„r,
Parties desirinc an Orean and nnableto \d*lt the
e Factory may rely upon obtaining just as (rood
an Instrument when ordered by mall, as If se
lected by themselves personally, as we always
isendthnbest we have of the st\ le ordered.—
Svery Organ securely Boxed .,nd Shipped
FBEE OF CHARGE.
Whitney & Holmes,
Rennison's lilork. Mate tK., tween 5th a Glli,
Quincy, Illinois.
WHITNEY A HOLMES,
Sols Western Ageiits for the
C£L£BRATEO KKWHAJUIt
PT
A
Mid will temish these
fraxk nice.
Mow Is the time to Buy
IFlllIll'
CLOTHING
1 SHALL SKLL FOB THE KKXT
SIXTY DAYS
-AT-
Great Bargains!
CALIj AC 8KB
Fashionable Tailoring
InaQtto Iomtoorder.
Piece Goods oil liand and
made Bp
A O S
Call and Examine.
DSP" This i» no Senmtiotl Notice,
but a MEAL FACT which I ivill
prove if you will ccrfl und Buy.
HATS,
CAPS,
FITIlNISINa
GOODS, fec.
B. KINSTLER,
Inman Block,
Cedar Falls, Iowa.
$832 IN 31 DAYS!
Mail.' by one Agent, selling Pd.vtn's
Elastic
Buoom.
I'.»tent
Over .10,000 now in use.
Ktcoramended by Hon. TTnnU/.rely ami Amer
ican Aijri-'ulfi'ritf. One count served for each
Asent. C. A. Clehu «t Co.. .Ii Lurtltiiidl St.. .V.
or 1*26 Wwtfiingitm St., t'kieago, Ut. 47w4
I was cured of Deafness and Catarrh by a simple
rcmedv and will send the receipt free.
#7-4 MRS. M. C. LEOOETT, Hoboken. N. 3.
10,000
AGENTS WANTED
rou
PRIKST AND NUN.
Applv at onee to
CHITTENDEN
A
A
McKlNNEY.
47WF« OH"«*RT!T «R PHHID-'PHTN H.
•nfAe. rellakl*,
i NIS VVANTKD. Cir-
culnr and sample stocking FttKK. Addre»s
HINKLEY KNITTINO MACHINE CO., 119
Waliai-li Av Chicago, III. 4T«4
('. Cliance! Agents Wanted!
O 1 AAA Por year sure, made by
ivt/v Ar 'nts. mnle or female,
ioui irorlO rmowneit Patent Ever
i,77 \\ii\te Wirf (Tttflna Lin-\ Clieaii
ainl Ii st clothes line in the world
__ -infV ikts. per foot, and will last a hundred
\eurs Aildress the
llmtson Hirer
Wire" Co., T5
Wm. St.. N.Y., or 1G Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 4
CANY \SSIN' n*IK SKN'i I'KKF. I OR
"parte by Sunlight
and Gaslight
.4 WORK desfriptive of the MY '/IRISH
VlltTVEs. VICES, F,\L)•'!:•'
and
CRIMES, of the r/TY 0E P.l/tli.
It tells how Paris has become the Say est and
most Beautiful City in the world how its Ifcauty
and Splendor are purchased at a fearful cost of
Mis •rv and SutTerlnj how vis urs are Swindled
Prof.'ssioii.il Adventurer* how Virtue and Vie
go arm-in-arm in the Iteautilul City how the
most Fearful Criiu are conunitt.'d ami (•uncealed
how money is Sijutindered in useless luxury and
contains over ISO tine en rravinps of noted Places.
Lift and Serins iu Paris. Agents wanted. Can
vawsiiiir Rooks sent free. Address NATIONAL
PTBLISHINtJ CO.. Chicago, III., Clneinuati,
Ohio, or St. Lotlls, Mo. 47sv4
WANTED—AGENTS.
ttt
mi
1» $200 PER
Everywhere, male and female, to introduce the
Genuine Improved Common Sean
Family Sowing Machine.
This Machine will stitch. h.'Ri, fell. tuck, quilt,
Con!, bind, braid and embroider ia the most «ilpe
riot munuer.
PRICE ONLY 18 DOLLARS.
Fully Warranted for Flv« Yean,
We will pay $1000 for any machine thai will sew a
stronger, nw-.• beautiln'. or more clastia
fea-i than ours. It ni ik the
''Elastic Lock Stitch.*9
Kvery second stitrh can be mt. and nil! tho
cloth cannot be piillvd apart without tearing It.
We pay Atrnnts iiom fT5 to $200 per month aud
expenses, or a coimin.osion from vs a ch twice that
amount can ba uiabe. Address
8ECO.TIB it SO.,
Pittsbujjh, Pa. Boslou, or St. Louis, Mo.
CAUTION.- Beware of all Ajjents selllnij Ma
chilK s sindtir the same nanie as ours, unless Um-.v
e*n show a '^rtificate of Agency slimed by u».
Wc shall not hold oursel es responsible fol-worli
less Machines sold by other parties, and shall
prosecute till parties either selliuu or nsin^ Ma
chines under this nam
1
Addn-ss
IVl i T^R.
1^1
%. k/j I-' Mn..
w
i
Iftatnunanta,
Who!-»s?.le and Rets!!, nt factory Price#.
FULLY WARRANTED.
to the f''!l extent of the
law. unless such Machines were obtained from us
by oar Agents. Do not li« imposed Upon by
parlies who copy our advertlseni-'uts atid eirctt
iars auU offer worthlets Machines at a lesn pricu.
KN iT-K NIT-KNIT.
AOENTS
WANTED everywhere to sell
AMERICAN KNITTING
CO.,
MACHINE
Boston, Mass .orSt. Louis.
Me.
WHITl'IliH. fit? St.
Charles .St
t. Louif.
of Ur.lon-wide reputation, treats all
state
HylmKid
ca.-,e. Consultation free.
ve.
tp-re.-il diseases :tl- o. scniiufd cruiini'iiis. iinpoten-1
c, Ac the result of mlf*nbai«e. Send ilstamps
I for sealed pamphlet. &0pp.
No matter
who lulled,'
FRIOUS time Strong* f—Tbt Married Ladles'
Private Companion contains the riuxired In
formation. !*.• nt for S stamp*. Address Mr*, f.
Utrry, fltnr?\ /tt.
Yeuths'y Jjprlidnii
BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS,
At»timali Advance over MaiiufacturerH Pricey iiivu wt miZmUi
and Satisfy Yourselves.
IIAKDWA11E
W E A K
At Home, at the Old Stand
Fsnwt^becirM ty mm tamrot,
MAIH STREET, TWO DOORS tOtfRt 07
COBKSB OF FIRST STREET.
Whew may to torn* a couplet* aaaortnavt «f
General Hardware,
CoMlathif oT
STOVES, TIN, COPPER
AND
8HEET IRON WARE,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
CARPENTERS' A JOrfEItS" TOOl,
HOUSE TRIMMINGS.
TABLE A POCKET CUTLERY,
And 1001
other upefal aid necewy artk.M la hla
Una of trad».
Al^n. all Job Work in Copper. Tht and
Sheet
iron, done with neatnets aud dispatch.
I would return thanks for past favars and expect
to reeelve and confer more. Please give mc a call
and Examine for yourselves. Is the true way to
tust tho trade.
HOST rSEMIUM
ELASTIC STICH
FAMILY
m\m MURINEs,
BROADWAY KXW TOKK.
Ml Ac 1M Wadilagtaa Mm Ckkaga.
POINTS OF BXCEU1RCS.
S* *f» tt
•^BMtkitrflrUttch.
Perfection and simplicity of Machinery.
V'slnj both threads directly from the spools.
No fastening o arama by haad and so WMte of
thread.
Wide range of appli«atio« wlUioat chant* of
adjustment.^
The seam retains its bacaty fiimneaa after
washing and ironing.
Besides doing all kinds of work done by other
Sewing Machines, these Machines execnte the
moat beautiful and permanent Embroidery
ornamental work.
Whitney & Rogpprs,
Inman Block, Corner of Main und Second StreJel,"
10-ltf CEDAR FALLS, IOWA.
W. PEARCB.
Cedar Falls. May 1.1W
REMOVED!
New Store
NEW FIRM
Eice & Goodfellow,
•lieU-r- In-
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
()l ALL K!SI*
Main Street, nrr* t'. Hace,
CEDAR FALLS IOWA.
A complete stock in our
line constantly on hand.
GE0VER & BAKER'S
TC,X Weltcst nrtac, TUE OKOSS op
Tn« LEGION Of HONOR, was conferred
other 8«win^ Machines.
the
AMERICAN KN1TTINC MACHINE, the oulv
praiiii nl Family Kniltiu? Machine ever inve.iiti if.
Pricu f-i5. Will knit SO.OtS) stitches per minute.
GST An illustraltd pamphlet, containing prlee
list*, with samples of both tlis (irover A Baker
the wmttle tiUtck la
will be furnished on rcqueat. jo 33 ly
5,000
buy the Firs! Kditiou of ••loll
ac..
Ladle#
Mieset%
GREAT TUMBLK
ia
Prices of Cfotfring ti
J. B. COHN,
CLOTHING HOUSE,
•eTcrln'a Butldlnc,
CEDAB FALLS, IOWA.
Anticipating that tbe lew state of the Wheat
Market will brine on a decline of prices in all
sorts of Merchandise, 1 hav« 4etemw* le«hir
my LARGE STOCK of
Custom-Made
Prices to Suit the Times!
And Without Reference to 7ermer Prices.
Call and Convince Yourselves .of tbe Truth at
this
Statement, and
save
your money.
Remember tbe Place—Next to Wise
A
Bryajkt'a
Drug Store, Oppoella the Carter Bouse.
3. b. com
"Ha who bath no music Is his soul." Ac.
Shaletptmi.
M. J. Paillard & Co.,
Oy NEW TOUK,
Musical-Box Importing House
OF iUit UNITED isi'ATlta,
bave bow ready the largest variety of
MUSICAL-BOXES
eTer imported to this country, dlr.*ct from their
extensive works in Switzerland, compri-lug aU
sizes and prlcca.
PLAYING FROM OSS TO OKB BX7MDR1B
or THS
MOST POPULAR AIRS,
AT PRICES FROM $2.50 TO $3,000 BACK.
Th* Mot DeHraMe and But SubttUvt*
ron
TH*
Piano* Melodoon or AooordOonr
EapedalW where persons are nnable to
play on those lNstruments.
Th, Celebrattd Ai**ical-Boxe* of Our Hint*
are tbe vary best and moat agreeable acquisition
FOR TIIE HOME CIRCI.K.
FOR TWF. !.o\'( WINTKB EVKKIKCS.
FOR INVALIDS,
FOR THS L.')N :LV.
FOR Tiii: Mil.LION,
FOR EVERY BOOT,
ESPECIALLY FOR YOtBSELF. HKADBR.
la fact, tber: is nathing like our
BELF-AOTING MUSIOAL-BOXBl!
for auy 0115 who enjoys delicious music
At a Moment's Notice!
By simp!.- winding np and adjusting a l«W,
which a child can do,
The Instrument Plays Itself I
PRODUCING A GREAT VARIETY OF T0HM,
AND THE SWEETEST OF MLSIC.
Oar Moslcal Bores are the beet poealble BoB
day, Wedding or Birthday
E 8 E N 8 I
For Old or Young, Grave or Qmf.
When playing II remind* oa*9t thegeaeroaa
giver. ," ,«•
Send for price TIst. fsent free.) select from ft th«
k nd of bov vou want, number of tunes ami p.-ie*.
It wiH th. n lie sent by Express, payable un d«
IlKerv. C. O. D. He sure to Write for price-list No.
ar A6*was
M. J. Paillard A Co.,
IMPOBTSitB, *C„ 683 BROADWAY.
NEW YORK.
FROWTSTOM ISTBKf ATIOSAL ABT-OALLEataa.
Central R. R. of Iowa.
Time Table,
Commencing January 3d, 1870.
Btatioa*.
Laavc Acklaar,
Hleinabuat Rock,
Kl'Jora,
1'nlon.
Liscomh,
Albion,
Active Man^all,
RtatliiM.
Leave Marshall,
Albion.
I.lsiomb,
I'nion,
«nd
IWThe His
best Premiums at all the fairs
exhibition* of the I'nite State*
and
••mi
Europe, huve
been uwiirded the (Jrov.-r i Baker Sev*iturMa
fliines. and th':
work
doue by Iheui, wheruvcr
«xUU«it4ii*sa9tillon.
n
on
the representative .»! the (i over.V lb ker Lewi' s
Machines, at the Kxnosition I.'tii vers Bile. Paris,
1*')7 I bus attestliiL' tht
lr
great superiority overall
.',j"iri»
SKLKeTtoNs. No j." CoiiUiliiins the lnt-rt
lliui^s for recitation, tlcelaua'.iou.
schonl
roatlin^.
in poetry an 1 prose. Hernl e.enl"- f.r a
siitnple, to ». UUtKTT A CO.. iiic ij.i». 111.
A'so,' i'^xe d.lor builwjue.." piH,'.«t.7j. 4w
A.M.
tM
soo
i» 40
10: SO
l*h 43
11:13
UttHf.
Mllaa. P.M.
30
1*: Idora.
steamboat Rock,
Arrive Ackley,
S: 13
8:4V
4 IU
4:50
6:30
fcW
S
tt
O. 0. OILMAN.
President A
ttuperlutendaaf.
Bloomirigton, II!., Nursery.
I3lh Ytarf 500 Aertt' 10 Qruhhovmt
Lanrest. beat atock and shipping fscllttlaa.-.
APPLES
1. 8.
Syr.. HKitlfl"- $45. APPLB
ROOT ORAFIU'choice, -».• NTKSF.UY
STOCKS. Seeds. OMI 'C. .-h. WII D
OOOSH. mum OS At IK 111:1 I:.Pejilu.otx), f!3.
KVKKORKRNS. RtlSEK. l.rttm. f!00. Dahllss,
OlailioUir. 1. HEKN11(.H SE. BEDDING PLANT*.
So: 1 HiriM. tor Catalogues.
•'fbi.i F. K, PHOE:NIY.
Marriage Cuid^
BEING
private Ir.stmclor fr» rop.rrleii p*
sons, or persona shout ta be married, bolh
ni:tle_ and remale, in cveryH»in»f Oiincwniiug tho
pvhsi'iloL'.v anil relations of our se*:im system,
and the iirmlneUon anil prevention of 4Tsprinj(,
iuclnditij.' all
th«
lucked t^
new dlsroveries nover he fori*
tr'ven in the English ]an^ii:is».'. by WM. VUL'Nti.
M. D. 'i'lils ts really a valuable aud inhcsllii^
w»rk. it Is writWii in pfcild hiiieua"': for lh«
ireneml insider, and N t'rwst wifeit ith inimeroiw
enjjravlnus. Alt yotuitf muriied people, or thor
contemplntlnfr mnn-iat'e. and haviiiif the least lm-
?te«lim"!:f
to married ltt. should rvud thl-" book,
discies: s seer, ts that every ohe should be ac
quaintcd with still, it is a \.ortk that must h»
and
J»ot
lie about the house. It will b*
seiii t'. viy add e-- on re. elpt of P4» rents. Ad
dress Dr.
WM.
vm«m(
rnbrics,
Yol'NO No.
410
above Fourth.
Sprnce street,
Phihil
-'phi'i.
AFFl.ICTEI) AND INFORTCNATK— No
matter »hiit may lc your iiis*asi, before you
place yourself order the
care
of
in
any
this
one of th"
notorious Qt ACkS- -native and foreign -whoad
veritse
or any
other paper,
iret a
copy *f
Dr. Yoi-nc's Rook and read rt carofully. It will
be
the means of saving vou many a dollar, jour
hf Blth. nnd poss!hly y tr life,
Dr.
Vouaar can bo consult nd on
No.
any
eases d.NMribed In hit
of tkodls
pRldijnt loin*.
*st l»i
414 ^priv.- street, abuve
ofllo".
FuimJj. l«MI»le4
r-bi'i, 9 i

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