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rJ Tl»» Iniiucncc ol" itfaeqiir)'. r?,K teaching is like tha inspiraii u .1 the holy men of Isreal •'The influence of Frcemns :. upon the human heart has ever l\ humanizing, softeningand elevatiu: it tends to make men better-to sub duo ami keep within proper bounds men's evil passions—to cultivate snirit of charity, forbearance Cv e tomahawk and sealp ..- tout to be meted out tc nd"duringthelato unfortunate civil :ir there were many remarkable ..stances of the good effects of Fr"" ..lasonrv in -controlling the w .j.assions of human nature. gle instance of those brou^l.t y notice will suffice •'Upon cue occasion a stepped bacK. said Lo couid go no ,, prott ther molestation during their campment there. "An institution with such power over the worst passions of the hu man heart, call it by what name you j. ay, commands the attention and admiration of the wisest and Lest men in all countries." The Degrees as Emblems. Let us suppose the Blue Lodg be the emblem of life—fit cmb! -u too, it truly is. The.candidate i sirous of obtaining its favors, ij i fore his admission, in darkness, far as correct knowledge of the In stitution is Concerned. He applies for admission, is found worthy, and duly initiated. He pursues his in vestigations until he Ic-comes pro ficient ts an Entered Apprentice. •\Vheil fully instructed in that D$- ved the doubts he entertained arc Ced and his hopes have become realities. He can know no more of Idasoury he has it all What a true picture of masonic progress, and how. emblematical of Life and Eternity. From the dark ness and in^xperien je of childhood, we are initiated into the Degree of I Yr^cr from which we pass on to the Degree Manhood. In this decrtc the protountt plulosob Mieeopsivoly admitted. ami in lone of thorn as he found perfection 5 brotherly love to war nil men. more especially toward br pons, their wives, widow: j'hans. There are none so that it will make them r/ ne so wise and learned tiiev mav learn lesions of wisd The man of science may hero pr cute his scientific studies the u»t torian may hero learn his( ... aiulj'*1, the learned divine will e iind traditional explanations. of the Scriptures of inlinite value to him j.v in his sacred calling. At the shrine 1' of Freemasonry all i '•. arn lessons of wisd u. benefit. As further evu. the universality of Freen refer to the facts that, in history of tliic cuuntr -found its way int t. a ad the hamlets "f ». .i.. •1*the f:rests, ami many are the i nances ^cre^r#* saTcd ilVfh.!.:: ared the vi-tim at the several thousaud troops ui^nja lone ... i, ,. •iud victorious raid (dnnn-r wh jh a fur several days aroun i uce of one of the most accomplish- a tided her well-p i opened. Upon raising Masonic apron was seen. j'i -cr demanded to know to i'elongod, and upon being answerc 3ttasonit Swnrtitmit, .. I is only tern a nuii hope lor it is papers herald mm as a most vor ~V ~f' 1l-evmid the grave. So impcrfcet htif thj, ostimalde and truly Christian At the dedication of i.lotint Mtoitsi ft-ar or regret the leaving c£ it Lodge in New Orleans, Past cr Geo. W. Race dre* s from whicli we Iflg extract. Its pure and hoiy ibut this is one of hi? i Bw&AM. re tai» tjo foltom-, ,\i:1 ),.,s V,\.oJ, 9 his"svstem takes upon'itself! theory, but has become for cars a matter of practit e v, like faith without work--. TLi r.« is ro living plant. i nature, that ii'. v v.'. or moulder iir. Vitality, action, is the no-j of all "things, save such as .as set his seal upun. The I lmie.s of brotherly love, re-j I truth, enjoined in you, can negleeted without witnessing asonie death, and their daii) i e, like the exorcise of the muscles of the body, adds and strength to your* moral TwENTY-yorn Iscii CrAror..—This ustruuient is used to remind Masons Boston lost. o properly divide and appropriate heir time. The idea is beautii'uilv which earlv history records of.one of the I English Monarehs. 4 4 i |illustrated bvr an anecd'-te According to Asser, Alferd the ireat, when a fugitive in his own ocuntry, vowed that if he should be iestured to his km.gdom again he \v"ouid devote a tiiird of his time to the service of God. This vow be i ime service oi ltou. j.ms vow ue +}, ., i j.aiterward luitilled bv apiu'onriating 4 ,, eight nours ol tr.e day to acts oi re- „asouaLle number of residences I,. ,N uisTion, eight to public business, and were, mllaeed and burnea) encamp-' & j- vide his time, he adopted the follow- '1 and elecant wio.ow ladies in the I.. ing simple expedient: lie procured as much wax as weighed seventy-two penny weights, A vfm wijoai it hy tho fair lady that it belonged to .?r deceased husband, the oBieer IT -J I cd tweutyvfom- bc\irs.» Slie tending fi *i,„ ,® io these eauule-elotiig-aooimnUtato larther, ordered the trunK to be „, .. dosiHl am! looked, went out ami I0"5 01 iramediately plaeol a gu«d arouul oooitanUy, rr,m t.^o.to time, gave tiie l,o..se amf prote.-ted it from f,tr- a8on' C1 lt let into close frames of wood, and in .he?'.' primitive lanterns his wax lock burnt steadily in all weather. —Masonie Review. 2 v a k e s e e a capacious as to have friends at a dis tance they make tho latitudes and the longitudes. MiSCSL£A%%QUS. in eral Constitution. Mr. ftpooner Vriil reniembered aa the able Ab olition law writer who controverted the Garrisonian theory that the Constitution waH a pro-slavery in strument. lie is the only legal Tr,!0Rl partial light, denominated Youth.— deemed wurthy of hia steel for he Youth lingers but for a day, and Is Gourde L. Sinrn.- rcvcnth uU'i! at l^odford, bu., ami the Moncrel LcVound. Jiuiwan life that ho does Uiuzen. an prove it by reminding I the public that he was i'urnisliL.: gld .1,7:1* i «,i' StronaiSiagraltiodby Frocticcf imonk-rons rifles, which were A ''f char ams, .who n10"cc.tl" ,r ,ta .f liu "M" the winds blew, the air rushing through the doors, windows and crevices of hi3 rude habitation, caused his candles to gutter, and by fanning the flame to burn faster. The ingenious king, in order to remedy this serious inconvenience, caused some fine white horil to he scraped so thin as to be transparent, which he [Scene—F OI SOIK Railroad. A gree. he discovers that he has only 'passenger stretched fuil length upon received partial light, that if he |one would be truly proffcient, ho must |o tl,e benchea in the smoking ir Wltha still press onward and make further i conductor (gathering tiek actpuisitions. Actuated by such|°^s) How arc you, Thomas glad laudable motives, ho advances to 1t0 ®ec yott, seldom catch sight of the degree of Fellow Craft. Nere jyou 'vevayan' inhismoutb.] 011 tared reason cf manhood to acquire, tnia way, road. be finds much to learn—much of Passenger (lazily blowing out the scicnce, and much of a practical na- smoke) No, John, not often. Tho tuie. Much that requires the ma- when I have business up I By patience and perserverance, he, jar.d wagon but as I am in no hurry however, attains some degree of!to-day—time not of the slightest knowledge, but only to be the more consequence—I thought I might as conscious that there is the greater well use the tars. necessity of his attaining the Master There is a railroad nearer than Mason's Degree. lie attains to S»crAmento,' which this story would and pursues his labor in the third jitst as well. degree. And as he ultimately sur- ~j vovs all there is of Masonry which L, gander Spooner has issued «t lies beyond, the dark mysteries that b*'-1810" pamphlet entitled "io enshrouded his mind arc at last s-d- -^, generally take a horse Wendell Pnillipa ever the'onl7 *ati»or he ever replied to a hook 111 Vitl IU" 1 I I I t-eatehcH. Still with all hi* vigor of 7 °.f asked ad i ody and strong "of mind, ho ij ^mg tho negroes ''why do your but* finite. V&h all his acquire- ™^'«tera preach politics to you in juents, muoh oi* iile is lo him a mystery. The "more-elaborate his examination, the mora clcarly he see this to be tho case. At this period and in this conditiou he can not, uor would he of choice, remain. The Degree of Old age eouie-s, and he receives it. Here, with all tho dvautages of contemplative rcflec- stead of Christ tliem responded, Christ!" To which one of Politics is An exchange thinks the pews of some of our churches ought to rest, on pivots, BO tion and experience, ho still cannot Ranging iu Montana is styled compass the mloneB of Iiilinity. 'climbing the pine limb," and in iuto Uu» dim jiegiees of he that tho occupants could see who comes iu without straining their nccks. lias Novad^ 'early riling.'» •A the man ia many good and chl-lr.-n of irgiin.v That. best !0 in so. in ado him a w I hold, and the world ad- izeu," in the estimation of the hat no human institution ever and morality party." Topounded to mankind the adop-j ,, _.1 "**"7" I lion of a purer svstem of morals imb Douglass (m«le-man) was han that of Frcemasonrv. But it a ™ndula who John Brown with the be ofFIovencvU^Hl o .«.i»at the „Ut. w« to men i 'Lnnstian eit •God! fw not onlv proposes it go'es further J^nvoc and funushes the machinerv by delegate to the ton-1 I Co., but the ^am Eerubh-, cd i'ini a )W1!- form. It remains'no longer fUo darkeys to vote, but hko Brown-, A S AD A FFAIR.—It l,To want low's gang, they don't intend to give them any offices. They want all the pickings and stealiuga for i themselves.—Day Book. is said that Governor Hawley, of Connecticut, for several days alter the election, had crape upon his door-knob, to which was attached this fine stanza, not from Byron: 11 e:v friends I bid adieu A snil.loiier death you novel- knew While lendmir tho r.idic-il mule to drink, kickcil anJ killod mp quiekvrn Ririak.'* Under the head of "broken Eug- hcatl s. CousTieriiii then, the ]\s} Pans paper jdaecs such Lng of Masons iu vour country, smashed up by rail riad eollisians or nnaucial disasters. incentives to moral action, i:d me results of their moral influ nee, the institution deserves the ame of public bentfacior." °1 "broken f^g Greeley closes a long article with tbe question: '-Can this bo stupid ity'?' After reading it attentively sl,ould "3" ctt y all, yes. The Pilot says "Boston needs more religion and less talk about it |—more of the spirit of truth and less |theological hair-splitting." A lady faiuted a few days since in the cars. A lti a f1 e 1 e i as many to slec-)», studv and refresh-, the annexation of the old dominion lid tue rest- ,r„ ment To measure and rightly -'tate of A squad of them, inder command of an officer, soon i i i weighed seventv-two penny weigats, itered tho residence, and in taeir 1 .e, i i i i i »i «. which lie commanded, to be ••unds entered the apartment da: . .1 „.,I K made into si* candles, each vciv widowed daughter, ana de- ., i." i i, „l „iii twelve inches in length, with kul trunk shoind:^ divisions cf inches distinctly au^ go to the devil, you may sew marked x»pon it. These being light- jui0 i tQe a^.tr ji burnt for four hours eae.i. at rate* of an iricfc foi" dvery medical gentleman present, who went to her relief, n claimed: Has any gentleman a flask of whiskey or brandy?'' Over thirty pocket-pistols flashed in the air at once. A Richmond paper intimatos that di- to West Virginia would be a good thing, as they would thus get into the Union. One of Josh Billing's maxims— "Rizc arly, work hard and late, live on what you cannot sell, give noth ing p. wa, and if you don't die ritch. :rcSular^» Topers should bear in mind thxt W nat tbov quaff from the .blet 1 jy: candles last minutes. Tha? the twenty afterwards appears in the "mug.' calm man is like a se^olniaster, because he keeps cool. "John has signed tho pledge." said Thad. to Charles. "Glad of it," responded the latter, "it will bring down the price of drinks for the rest of us.'' Gems of Thought. Strategy of feeling iouot honesty, and it is better to be silent than to speak subterfuge. Policy of expression and address is sometime* a questionable justice to the object. Honor is truth and trutli is the principal quality of true courage. Mental and physical integrity are essential requisites to higher devel opment of ourselves, and support of noble feelings in others. Human progress is never purely original for the addition each ono make3 upon the previous develop, ment of fact is only a leverage for another mind to act upon. Goodness is crude according to its isolation, and attains character, ob ject and worth by special combina tion. EART AND IND.—The heart leads or follows, but the mind directs or controls so it is some marry theif feelings to find their judgments are not united. Love without judgment makes a faithful absurdity of a man, and en courages uncertainty in woman. Mitciaells Jew Clcncral Atlas contains nearly one hundred new and elegant maps, showing plainly accu rately and minutely all parts of tbe world colored in counties. HE APS" winch he maintains the proposition that tho South was not guilty of treason under the Fed- Kr\™™'"T™ IFTZ-t ... AT a MITCUSLL who has been for are on a very large scale and have been carcfully drawn, engraved and thoroughly posted up to date of publication under the su perintendence of S. ACOCSTCS fiftv lr iT The statistics are very full and completed' from thc,lfkte^t official da ta, and include as ,»-.new feature a complete list of, Post offir-es, cities, towns, villag es, and railroad stations, 111 the United States, showing the county and state in which each is situated all ALFTIABLTICAI.LY R. A. CAMPBELL, The Largest, The Best AND THE CHEAPEST STOCK OF GOODS, ever shown up to tho trade Ctemmer's IrHg 8toi*e '9 BHICK BLOCK! CONSISTING 0 PAINTS. OILS, GLASS. PUTTY. BRUSH F.*. PUllE DRUGS, ATF.NT MEPIC1NES, FOlil'ltiN A NO PO.ME- ric LIQUORS, Ml ir.\L INST.. PEIvFl"EUY ALBUM d. SCHOOL & MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, MOULDING S. WIN DOW SHAPES, CAN PIES. i TJ A N ERY s, TOILET SOAPS STATION ENVELOPES. CATHOLIC* BOOKS. KEROSENE OIL ST LAMPS. DRIEDFRUIT- and a thousand and one other articles of general utility and of evervuay use His stock is full and oompb'to in every department, and will he sdd at the lowest living rates. Every article gu iracteed to be ai roprv scntod. RMI'O Decoiaber 1st, 1866. n22v6 J. J. l.EMMER. €'hul Thliiigs OP GREAT JOY! PEACE N '"ARTII AS GOOD WILL TO MEN: The Nake.l Clothed at the Great Clothing- Hou^e of D« C.'. Monly, AT LIME SPRINGS COMOBR. At Lim. Spring! his stock will consist not only in KEAi'Y MADE CLOTHIX(i fur tbe million, but also in a girner^l assort ruent of PROVISIONS of eyery char.tcter an'l description and in qu mtitios su!5cicnt to feed the hungry of .»11 nation*, rind at prices that wiil udiuit ol none st irriug. All kinds of country produce taken in exchange for Goods and the high est Market prices paid. 1). 0. MONTY, May. 1807. 13tf STOVES, Hardware, AND _^ years the leading geographer of the world. The ENGRAVING, PKlNTINO^-ilAPS, COLORINU and BINDTNO, arc all ex ecuted in the highest style of the several arts, and the work presented in a dress that renders it an orna ment to the centre table as well as a treasure in the Library. O N AT CRESGu, IOWA. The undersigned ij just reccmng a large stock of STOVES, HARDWARE, IRON NAILS, POCKET A:\D TABLE CUTLERY, In fnct a O^ner.vl and Miscellaneous as i sort ment comprising every article usually 1 arranged. Tbe work in highly recommended by literary, professional and practic al men everywhere exhibited. This wo.rk is sold only by specially appointed agents and at one priee. Agents are wanted iu every county, to whom liberal inducements are offered. For copies of the Atlas, or an agency to sell it call upon or address. found in first class Hardware and Iron Stores. Sheet-Iron, Tin and Hollow Ware, Constantly on hand and Manufactured to order. He neks the attention of the public to hia Goods and prices bolieviughe can make it to their interest to purchase of him. S TOKE S ECOND OOR 13L00K Publisher. Clark st., Chicago. X3J S, Nontii PROM THE DEPOT IN TUB BllICK AT CRF.SOO. B. CHAPIN- Deov ft, |$66. £n4T8tf x'oota Jlajitt & Slalioiifrj 1849] fiS^ PAPER WARfiHOUSK, NOONAN & McNAB, PROrnUSTORS OF TUB HtJMBOLT & MENOMONBf PArim uate. MILWAUKEE WISCONSIN, And Dealer* lu »ll kind* Printing, wrapping, writing, Draw i»g AND NOTE PAPERS ANO PRINTING INKS- ALSO IN Cord?, Card Hoard?, Hinders' Boards, Tuii.es, Slates Pencil?. Blank Books, Etc., Etc,, Etc J8S5** The highest market priee paid, in Cash nt nil times for rugs. J. A. NO ON AN P. MrNAB LOUJS BENTuN Jr., & Co. 8CCCKSS0R TO Benton Bid's $* Co. WHULESAI.E DEAJ.ER IN O E I E S AMD U S u- y k£^t Pure TFz'iittf 6i. Paints, Liquors Oils, LIQUORS AND CIOAB9. A Freah and Complete Stock of CHOICE GROCERIES always on iiaud. Wholesale Agt i.t all tho POP ULAR PATENT MEDI CINES OF-THE DAY. LOVIS BENTON, J«. W. IIAGENSICK' I'UIIMC or AKK KOOUIO^VA. BUT OBACK'a STOMACH BITTERS, aftet years of exjiciioaco aud trial, have jroven to tx* tho bost lotnody extant i'-r I coniplaiuts where n tonic nnd y.i mill ant are re.niirod. They nover ivil to sU'cngtlicu tbo weak, impart *:tor to strong, nnd in nil ro." ^'.* resloiu shattered aud biokeu-dovMi eonstit«t onj=. No leiuedy lias been 'ceiveU with na much f.ivor as l!o- SA.K'D BLOMACU BlTTKOS. lu Cllii-TL^O VER 50,000 bntltas i»*rc sold ly one dnsjt-houxe i:i the ye n". It !.• ad mittol by our most learned p!ivsgei:in» l.'MT IT. UijlSACK'S ri'iO.MAClI LILT 'i'liH.S coiiihitio the propi rties i»f a gentle IUXHIIVO, an officiout auti-bUiuua 0 I •gent, and tho best stotnachio known to the world. HlfUACIi'd Lil'lTEUS should be u^ed by convalejecnts to strengthen (ho pro.tratiou wkicb always follows acute disease, lu the IU0U9 districts of the West and South there has, for a long time, licen inn 'h needed mi nilielo of STOMACH yiTTriid, v.Inch, if taken in propor quant.tioH, and ut tho proper time, are a sure provoativo of Lilioii.i Kovor, fever Red Ague, Mvcr Complaint, D\f pepnin, Indigestion, Jaundice, Kidney Complmut, and all diseases of ainnhir nature nod tire better as a preventive for bilious derangement, regulating A ND BtrenKtheninc tho systom, nnd eiy i:ig tnne lu tlir il:ne.^tivp orpann, than nny other known romedy. N»w that tho war ia over, thoi e \v: 11 i.o tliMitsauds seeking homes in the .South. No |er sou who values his liio should go ther* without having constantly at hnnd the HriTEltS, HS a safcgtniiil ngaiii.«t epi demic and eiif ndej» bv ii,j. asiPA ir.il olluted wnter. Ttavelvrs and all loii-.'.uta of tbo taak nvor-l'ot tom OUNTIES of th« Wesf and Soutli, and the vnlloy of the Mi."si«i] pi nnd its riliut.'irie». should provide tliem-rlves with the lHTTIil'S. There in probably no one di«etiso v. ith which numkintf are alUicted which is tbo tourco of so maay K ITCH an Invaluable remedy chotild be kept in every family. Kfpp tho system in full vigor nti nothing 19 to be feurod fVnm disowns or ehulera. TH OLD l-lI*"TvTA 1*5T-1^. Do not bo deceived by purchasing any of the quack nostrums llt'Hr T/c! Ve!! DECORAli IOWA. tcalors in Cloths, Cassiineres, Vt siin«s Gaits' Furnishing (roods, Trimmings Hats Caps, (of latsvt and most fashionable stylet,) Ready Made Clothing, Of every kind iud WO manufacture to order overy decofip* tion of gents' garments. Etifjish, French and American Cloths and Cassimeres, ust received nud always kept on hand. We are also agents for the celebrated FLORENCE SEWING MACHINES the best Machine in tho world. DECORAH. BOOT& SHOE ST0RE- 'PlIK sr BSCltlCnRS t»ko* thin rat'thoj to mf.irm Ww»r S!u.o Leather tlu-y have on hani* »a larg«« nud faxbiouable »SiortiuiH!t of HOOTS & SHOES. as c»u be found In Di'Curah, of the c-uutv, that their whole altoutlou wIU be DOTY'S WASHING MACHINK /." «p-cu)i boon awsu'ded the FIRST I'UK Mi I'M AT TH GRKATINKW I- A THE .STATE KAlliS of NEW IIAMP HIRE, \K\V THE LAST FAIR OF THE AMEUI- CAN INSTITUTE. I Those are tlie choipe- ni'. ht la ichin I c.i for Mi'l v.'riu^inj eiothes. The \V'a?1 or, usir.i'lKiiUngLot suds, s tvorj thvtc ibarths the l:ibcr and time: ifces out all ihc dirt 110 tore 'nda no fxiod uirj uo injury to the clothes. SOLON KUI K\KON-says: Mr. Bishop 1KQ CIIOLERA has Mwnys been much dloaded by tho public, and people liavo resorted to all innnoot of medicines to nrrest tho progroBS, .but with little SUCCCKS. A stirs cure Had preventive is to be found in tho une of Dr. TWTUCK'S POANPINA V1AN KEMIiltlKS. Keep the bowels open with tho 1MI nml invigoruto tho system by free nso of the Stomach Bitter*, or, If the blood be thin, use U« Purifier. S TULIPS SAfrn ,r1 J- u "I assure you 'our in ichine.' al'tcr ayeftr'f) H"e, I? thought wore of to-day tlmn ever, i n would not be i^a-ted with nnder any consideration.5' ON \\GE JT DD, Prof. Editor of the Amer ican Agriculturist, s.iys "Our lctt•-l-ii til sicj-s this i.^ tuken to Licst kiatlly by the 'help,' :uul that she cannot pei'suade theui to use any other while this is at hand/' YOCMANS M. D., SCOTT, E fulnienta as dyspepsia, or as it is more commonly called Sour Stomach, and there is no more certain remedy than Rolxick's Stomach Bitters, They axe never known to fail. s nnder the various names of Bitters. Purchase none other but Dr. ROBACK'S BTOMACII IMTTEUS, which aro com pounded of tho purest drugs, and in which tho afflicted can rely. ABE BETTER! PEINOE, WALTON & COMPANY, (SnooMSon to 0, W. Eoback,) SOLE PBOPBIETOB8, Jfot. 89,88, GO and (12 Jiast Third Street, CINCINNATI, O. Are Sold by all Druggists and Dealers in Patent Medicines EVERYWHERE. isiMiXiL '1 1~& Wliiit ttic S'l'tss Say of it. The rich might do without those machin es, but the J'OOK, who must valuo lime, labor n I the saving of clothes, have to look on them as household necessities.— [Working Fanner. It is wurth §1 per week in any family.— [N. Y. Tribune. Growing in f'vTor the more it is used, We like it.—[Prairie Farmer, Chicago. It really me. its all tho good that can bo said oTit.—[Rural New Yorker. Easily worked and does its work well.— [Ohio Farmer. After a fair trial we jrive it the prefer ence over i-.ll others.—[Iowa Homestead. It is the very best machine for washing clothes we ever saw.—"[New Ilaven Jour nal and Courier. Exclusive right of salo given the first responsible applicant from each town. Illustrated circulars, giving whole sale and retail terms, sent free. On receipt of the price from pla ces where no ono is selling, we will send one Washer and one Wringer, either or both, free of freight char ges. Family 6izo Washer, $14 No. 1 1-2 Wringer, OltEAT uJ GIVEN to pleaM aud accominoilatf their i-Mtomera, ami Rt tlicui In the beat style of the art, and at such irk?? that ro one euu pc^filbljr fo -4 \VA Y ursatlsfl^J. We fliall ketp 1 FOR MKOICAALPCKPOSES. Glass, couitai 11y a well selected Ktock Boots and Shoe. I Urogans, Uaiters, i i Balmorals, SLIPPERS I'UAIPS Ao.. For Men, Boys, I.aliog, or Clilldr«u \,sc l.- die's chUdrea'a aud Gt utleuieu'S Congrt-cBs Gaiters fc Boots, .-I vajs on hand, made to order, and warrart-d fit or no tale. REPAIRINO. Repairli.K June with ueatness and nt short notice. lVrsoiis wbo wi!h to be rie:ilt honorably with ail get the worth of their money .ire luvlied to call at SHEIFFLES'OLD STAND Viest of Dlc'tcrii'.au'iDrugStore, C. Y. KOI.LIN WOLEDEN. Pl[iliO FORTE JMD MELODEON EMPORIUM. WAHPllOOitS TK 'Crosby's Opera fiouse' 60 WASITIKGTOrr ST. cnicAho. ?--.v Vt»k Wiu-orooni':, UOO Broadway. \ihv*si«lw At,wi|pi fci- the U. S. Ibr wm. KB ABE & CO.'S Clil.L.UJlATiiU Sold Medal Piano Fortes. .'.I to t!i.» T' ':itlvo mnltf of thi'.-.' 1'lANO?, \ti. I t' ti!!.- if f.p c\» in ov TllVIiUllUt (lOTTSl'll A i., i[, IS U-II, S tTTKH, U. V list• X. EMl'S. I.O^IfjSTAlSIInu.lIi.r.IVZlO, Mil "nit l_'i:'potui- of tu. Italian UIM III, '3 *l«o :ne if the most illiitiiigtiMiivl l'rofpn. rri,l A»ir.t"i:rj Ui lie couui:y All lnMnuucutagu^r^nUciJ'vr/.•* i-t ri MSO, A.-t.NTS ro* ''/-"".SR & CJHTU, K GRAX A. II. GALL & CO., ANN UTIII: I-'IILYT CLAS- TIANOS. \T» bar* lh« T.AltnKST Blul UKST ARSOUTHl IXOCK OK I'UKtW 1* -111K t'fTY, which for lVw«: •?vt SwevtnM if Ton", Easy »ml Afvrcr'aWo Toui li. an. «I:TY I finiab, bav«, JU.IJJM, boon LUIUOUUCUi !':u '!'ulnr iittfutJi'ii juifl to tho s'l«:tlotl rf lu it: Kiii'l.r.t or.ii'ts. nu.l.»pi exehnnvsO .-.r.iited .»t time wiiluu six 3ivutlis, if tho liktrn i»«t mlwIJ not ptov« eHlir ly outI. !»••!CRV. A libtr»i •tivi vHt iv t'lw 'Jisichers and t:c!:o.l 'fume N lit 1.\l.K l'U.\l."aS \\n! 1 find it to their ndvan if.-t.i k'v* tt a e»SI, nn !jr jtroaHy iii'T»med fticilitlw a e U o i i n w i i i I s i i fi'Miiu in want 1 n Iti AI.l.Y I'lK'-iT CI.AiJ I'N .ill JJ well to viUl In- to piireJi.-iii i)g«U«wiieiu W1101 JiJALii AUl-NTS FOil CJarhirt, Needliam & hand of Co.N CRUvOn VTLD KARMOHIDMS, HSLODEONS AND ORGANS. AIIS RM CEO. A. .UR..VNC .T FO'8 iifclodeoiis and Organs. IbuiufoUujw* ami Iui|oi t«rf of MUSICAL-nrSTRUMElTTS •slringc, Acooraoons, "VTiolixis, Clavioiiota, Drnrtis, Guitars, iaASS IftaTilUMEITS, Ani exhe-r iiu:!r.! Th# Stivta xKr Ptt»s I.wi.iHs.Mii.1 uur niHMiftit TURN TIUI IIIIJMII :A:i.I.'., NRE US-'IT LIV II .HI I )1 II TU.- TW l.tkiiiiM trf. imil «i.n iourtxhibiii 1 ha\.i •ilm.K ifniv,.( liiutiu'l 1 Me'Uis »:ul K.jiual. l.'j• 1!iir conr..vtiu:i vi Miuiuftietiuin^ lloUoex u l: 'rlin, 1.' i( :ii.\ Dmdrii. ami 1' iti-i. wo ur« •ir••..pi::»i to to. :.Uh 1'KA 1.EHS, IIA XDS nud 1M)1 VIDU V. t, Kith nt' V i-.ili. io ui tliiii line, at the luwmt miu» .it..Qt«rer'« jifiita. Doty's Clothes Wnsher JULIUS BAUER & CO. THE PLACE, G9 Waehingtcn Street, 3HICAOO, IUL. Heir York W&reroomi, 639 Broadway. Irsii I'K.VTT «s niTTfUKll'M CSLS36ATSD MAQ18 G3L The Best and (•lie.'ii Horsp nnd Cattle Sif'Ici ,!* in W^rh\l 'i ENG- NF) FA! OF 180*5. A I/O AT YORK, MICHIGAN, Vk'fD.NSi.V. .MINNESOTA. loU'.i, l&c.. AND TOOK THE FIRST I'iiE- I I I I I S I V E E A A S[-'M a .• v *.'J t' lit it f' iVt'i/ (firot^ihuitl Ihe y.'irf.s i/ni Cay tttfm ifurinrj Ihe hut ~.i frrrt. Kor tin' etne of lie vurUnw IMKPHMW Cuttle Mi iitctnrs. It «MI-I if.« IIF of the M. E. Church, skin, hours wo put through cloven dozen pieces, many el' whieli wero sheets, :.ndth'\y vrefo v.vll ilono, too. e lilre our nriehir.e nuch could not be persuaded to do without it." of tliu (liKcaaM $10 at No. 2 Wringer, §8 50. O W N I N ES. AGBUI. No. 3£ COVRTLAKD S T.,New to wtltvli Hoiscs mid (.':iU!e sue t-ulijeel St.ell Koutuh-r, UlsleniiK r, 11 Ulo lJoiiiiil, I.iiss *l' Appo ll.', Mtiiilns, Y \s" \Vat t. r'istutu, I'll! Kvil, Hfi'itU -.lies «u Urease, Mnii? e, Intliiiiun-.linn ol tliu Kycs, unci l'atii ue lroni 11 nr.! I.ahur alho. Ulieuutn Ism, mill' (o-aimoii'y SLOAN'S says: "Our fam ily is not small, but a smart girl, 11 yc^rs old, did the washing last week in about four hours, nud that, too, more as a frolic than a task." IIHH vulli-il coiiiplalsii). which proven fatal t, »o mnuy YiiUutijlt* Horses iu tliiM cuitiitrj C0HDITI0?1 POWDtR tho s:»K of nity Hcr^o anJ Caitlf M» ?ii ih« iu thin ciu»,try. 11 l. ci'iiip.vvi «»f !u !»:•. iu.«l r^Mits, aii4 f»»r cci tninty nml (horoii(,ltiirKP t:ui1s juo-t'itiinviidy nt tliu hend of tho hat of //".v attd :4.11 JRNVHH HUMOIR', i»rovtintH HCRKGA from h!iIf »r purines the lh«* Odest .if iJel., s.iya: "I took hold (which, of course, 1 should not have done if we had no la'.chine), and iu iiinl jjjvt'K it a Miiooth the ami KIrciiiithi A e»vt»r\ part of thfc h«iy. It \.i also a sil'e an unirdy cougUd* auii coldrt, which gi.Loruto BO many fut:il ilis(»OH^8. Tho Cow roqtiii O* to tinKujiiiUoil Willi i:i II1IUII1 I:ICPOI *!—nut I" IHMKI ln'I I.il tliiii ia not tl4ir.I!lr, 1'iit to krc UP rPGiihir iwiotiiin nf nillh, aud all UWIICIB of c«»i will llu.l i,_v vin itn-iii BLC^.W3 COUDITIOW POWDERS twiir ii wi-i-k, ii l.ii jjn ini'ri'.wc in ijiiniility uinl ijuality of milk mi.I ciiNim. It tniiirs nil' nil rover atxl luc imrliiiM i tin' M.MII Tin- eff, -I is -ci'ii lhr.mglnut tlie •cosiiii 1y a riili nml nlmtiilMtit llnw nt' milt 'I'lie f',1 ni'T is lu ^iniiini Ii- uw:nv nf llie valilfil»l« jirnjici rira nf Sh im's 'Dinlition IVPII IJ'T, in puv Motinj the iiiiiilitiiiii nf his null |u,• vi-titlug UMII^ nil the douiuiticntod itiiiiii tld. S~A fifty cent jincku^o rf Sloan's Conditio^ 'Ptttvilrr imt into i luirri uf 8«ill In buttur 1l"" tw» btiilielK tif corn tj fittui n lioa, nml in a ccrtulii |r Tontivp.. of ling ClinU'ui, niliJ Stuguerii, ajid otliW discabm coiniiioii imioiii hoes- C'A VTION.—To jiroti-ct uiirselvcs anJ (ho inbll» from bi'iiip imi-niii'il ujion by wurthloHR imitntimiH, Ul|p Rcnuiiiu will b(:ir tho fac litiiile sigiMturu of tli« l'rpr piictura uu tlio wruppur. PRI0B 25 A 50 CT3. Vor Salo by Drogjtits «nd Marcbaata i 9. 0. Sraww test. York, 0p|®ait« MerchwiU' Hotel.) Solo Proprietors, Cbloago, lit Sold at wholesale, five packages for on® dollar, and at retail by the Druggists of New Oregon, Cresoo and Lime Spring* in tliia eounty.