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THE GAT®
JfiWDAf, JTIJNE 1®*
jB«»aDllcaai
n« JBjrhfft Annnal State Convrntton
Skordar of the ftepulUcan State Central ContfuJTteo.
TlIO WITilKOW, Chairman.
•*1 miss COtfVEIVTIO*
Of the Unita Voters of lee County,
WILL
BE HELD
AT
*^3iV
Eave
It rained every day but one while we
were «ut, and I kept sonked pretty well
all the time still I am better than I have
been for months, although quite thin. 1
lost everything I had. I was in the sad
dle over tifty-six hours, only getting off
three or four times, and then not to ex
ceed thirty minutes at any one time. I
was completely cut off at one time, and
not have a staff officer or even an or
derly with me. By almost superhuman
efforts, in tearing down a rail fence, I
managed to get through, but it was an
•Wful gauntlet to run, I assure yon.
Colonel Hoag and Captain Woodruff
•re well.
Experience of a Wonadel Saliiar.
The following extract from an article in
Harper's Magazine gives the experience
if one shot in battle
I remembcrn o acute sensation of pain,
•Ot even any distinct shot, only a con
B#lou8i)e-is of having been struok then
breath came hard and labored, with a
«roup-like sound, and with a dull, aching
feeling in my right shoulder, my arm fell
Sropped
owerless at my 6ide, and the Enfield
from my grasp. I threw my
left hand up to my throat and withdrew
it covered with the warm, bright red
blood. The end had come at last 1 But,
thank God, it
WSB
8ck,
1
wt»
A».mble at
D« Moines, cm Thnrsday, the 7th fW of Jnly, A. D. 1864,
for the porpoee of placing in pcmrinMI^ cacididatea for
file fellowing office* One Judge of the Supreme Court,
.'ocretary of gut*, Auditor of gtata, Treaaowr of State,
Attorney General, Register of State, and PreMential
'.lectors. Al! loyal elector! who cordially sustain the
jollcy now being puriraed by the AdmiuletraUoc of the
atjonal OoTernment to crush the Rebellion, reetore the
atiowU authority, and eetablUh the RepuWlc upon a
mndation of wluch the "corntr-etone" of the Bebcl Con
federacy shall form no port, are requested to send dele
gates to said Convention in the following ratio: One dele
gate for each eoantj, and one additional delegate
far every
hundred votoa and traction of orer fifty vrtes east by the
•lectori of the County, at the last gonTal election for
W. M. Stone for Governor—the number of Tolee to be
determined by adding to thoee cast In the County those
cast by the soldiers of thr Cennly in the- fteM.
KORT MADISON JUNCTION,
at 10 o'clock, on SATCliDAY%*J»26tttat^ far tfc« par
pose of solwtlnp delegate* to the State and Cougreasional
District CouTentiou.
By order bfr
the Swtra KJommittee,
.. J.
M. IIIATT,
Trim
Chairman.
UJ
Journal.
-**E DrtASTEK TO GES. ITtBCilS'
EXPEDITION.
A Private letter from an Officer.
HEJU4V1RTKM
Sacetra Biiuuni,
PisiKi-'T
MEMPHIS,
June
lace as a guard
11, IM'4.
I retarded to Memphis last night, and
I assure you that 1 was glad to get back
again.
We have had a terrible time—have been
cut all to pieces. Ont of five rogiments
of in fan try and one battery, but about
380 have been saved, all the rest being
killed, wounded or taken prisoners. Col.
Humphreys, of the 95th Illinois, and Col.
McKeag, of the 120th Illinois, were kill
ed. 1 saw Colonel Humphreys when he
was shot, and afterwards saw his body at
Ripley. Colonel McKeag was shot dur
ing our retreat, it is impossible to tell
who are billed and wounded now, and
will be for some time to come. The
113th regiment left here with about 300
men, the balance beiu^ on doty at tbi3
to
Irving Black—only 88
returned. The only officer that I
know of in that regiment that was killed,
was Lieutenant Conwajr—he was shot
through the head and heart. A number
•of.men of that regiment were killed. I
will send you the report, or a copy of it,
as soon as I possibly can.
It has been a terrible disaster. We
have lost not less than 3,500 men, inclu
ding l,2oU to 1,500 killed and wounded,
Upwards of 220 wagons, 16 pieces of ar
tillery, and a large quantity of supplies
and ammunition, and 6,000 stand of
small arms.
The fight took place about two miles
west of Baldwin, a town on the Mobile
and Ohio Railroad, forty miles south of
Corinth. It was certainly a fearful thing.
The prisoners that we took all said that
the enemy had at least li7,000 to o0,000,
while our force did not exceed 7,000.
We were completely overwhelmed. A
great number of Polk's forces were there
death in battle. Only
let me get back out of that deathly storm
Mid breathe away the few minutes that
Were left me of life iu some place of com
parative rest and security. It all rushed
into my mind in an instant. 1 turned
and starred away to the rear. A com
rade brushed by me, shot through the
k«nd, who a moment before was firing
away closa at my side. I saw feeble re
inforcements moving up, and I recollect
a thrill of joy Pven then, as I thought
that the tide of tha battle might yet be
rned, and those rebel masses beaten
bri km, foiled, disheartened.
But my work was done. I was grow
1Bp faiut and weak, although not yet half
way out of range of fire. A narrow space
between two massive boulders, over
which rested lengthwise the trunk of a
fcllen tree, offered refuge and hope of safe
ty from iurther dangor. I crawled into
it and lay down to die. I counted the
minutes before I must bleed to death. I
bad no more hope of seeing the new year
on the morrow than I now have of out
hving the next century. Thank God,
death did not seem so dreadful, now that
It was came. And then the sacrifice was
not at all in vain, falliag thus in God's
Own holy cause of freedom. But home
•jd friends! Oh the rush of thought,
Let the veil be drawn here. Tlie tem
ple of memory has its holy place, into
wfcieh oolv one'a own soul may, once in
ajgre&t season, solemnly enter.
And *o 1 l.iy there, with my head pi].
**1? ,°D
my blanket
tilt Ihloi of if, howl liept
raising* »y l*ft hand to see if the finger
nails were growing white and parol*, as
they do when one bleeds to deatn, aad
wondered to find then Mill warm and rud
dy. Hemorrhage mmt have ceased al
most, and the instincts of existence said,
"Lire!" Then came dw agony of waiting
for remoyal from the ft eld. How I long
ed and Tbq^cedfar some familiar face, as
our men charged up into that wood,
directly over me, but they belonged to an
other dirition, and had other work to do
thaa bearing off the wounded.
Wmm
Iw the CalTtne.
What an economist
IB
Nature,' so made
by God i She eeonomiiee even the light
she so immensely possesses catches it on
the moon as a candle, after the sun has
gone down, as we say, when be is but
rising on other lands and tends it in
conceivably far to as from the atara. She
economizes heat, equalizing it fotr the life
and health of the whole worjd, by cur
rents in the air and ocean and of the elec
tric fluid. She economizes watef, to an
swer a thousand successive important
purposes, in a thousand different places,
with the same drop. How nicely andj
carefully she sifts out its minutest por
tioas from the briny sea, to clcanse the
air and revive the plants at this season, to
fill the springs, and paint the sky, andj
support all human life II.#, with herj
mighty elemental agencies, she crumbles
and bears down the barren rock from the,
mountains and hills, to fertilize, for
boundless and endless crops, the valley
and the plain Now she makes the ashes
even of the dead spring into grass, and
blossom into flowers! Now, applying the
same economy to crude mineral, from the
very
gravel in the ground she distills a
curious, delioale wash to protect the ten
der stalks of the growing grain, though
you may not think what perhaps cuts your
hand to bleeding is this varnish of flint I
How che saves every hair, particle, nail
paring, and exhalation, to turn it to some
account!
its
I 1
while the battle
•welled Hgain around and over me bul
lets glancing from the sidea o« stone that
anelierea me, or sinking into the loe
•bove me, and shot and shell crashing
through the tree-tops and i»Uiog all about
me. Two shells, I remember, struok
•oarceljr ten feet from me, ud in
explosion covered me with dirt and aDlin
Un,
bat that wafriiL fliliJ I u** id
•JIT.., I- -|MI V
not even a Legislature, had the power,!
1?ORi'ljuik
7
The case arose in this way The select
men of Simebury had, (or certain sum of
money, granted a man a license to turn a
cow into the highway. The owner of a
tract of land bordering on the road ad
joining his premises claimed the feed
growing adjoining his premises was his
property, and not the property of (he
town. He brought a suit for trespass,
which went to the Supreme Court, and
was decided in his favor. The court held
that in opening a highway, the foe simple,
the absolute ownership of the soil, was
not vested in the public, but only the
right of way. The public had ooutjol of
a road as far as was nccessaay to make a
convenient passage, but no farther. If a
road were abandoned by the public, it
again became part of the property from
which it was originally taken, and this
was additional proof that the title to the
soil occupied by the highway was Vested
in the owners of the land adjoining. The
publio hifve nothing but the right of the
way the grass and feed on the road were
therefore the private property of adjoin
ing' land-owners.
The following aca tfae word* of the
Court:
"The owner of land covered by a high
way has the exclusive right to the herbage
growing thereon, and a by-law of a town
giving liberty to the inhabitants to pasture
their cows iu the public highway under
certain regulating, passed under the au
thority of a general statute (Acts 1856,
ch. 64) empowering towns to pass such
by-laws, has no validity."
We trust that this will settle the case
in all time to come. The decision applies
as fully to Pennsylvania as toCoaaeetient
—[Germantown Telegraph.
"RGMAMBAA FORT
weeks since, opposite Natches, Miss., a
score of Union black troops were sent out
to disperse a similar force of rebels. The
latter were badly whipped and routed.
The blacks went into battle with the ral
lying cry of "Remember Fort Pillow."
Eleven men were captured, but were im
mediately put to the sword on the spot
where they surrendered. One rebel drop,
ped upon his knees before a back soldier,
•od bagged for hia life. The soldier
turned to his Captain and said, "What
•hall I do with this man?" "Do with
bun as he would do with yon if he was
in your place and
JOB
the quick reply. Swift as thought a loyal
bullet was sent from a (Jolt's Revolver
through the rebel's head, and hvfell dead
before the black avenger. Thfe
i-*--
r-~p
TVm-J9ycfc»'
—AND—
Cteneral Iaenraace iicacy,
MM
OB
Mr* liiHk, ttiraa.
*al Eitalt lantX aa Irti.
fiw, giver, LiK» u Lib laiifUM.
TUB BKST INDEMNITY IN THS U.S.
iEiaa Insurance Co., of Hartford, Oonn.
CASH ASSKTS, |S,t»Mt9.0«.
Home Inanraaea Coaittaay ef UfewYork,
CASH
mm $MM27e.oo.
Security Fire Insurance Co. of New York.
MMJJMHS,«re«,eai.
Lorillard Fire Insurance Co. of New York.
CAftB
Arctic Fire Insuranoe 0. of New York.
CASH ASSKTK, |COS^O«.
North American Fire Ins. Co., 0f N. Y.
CASH ASSETS, IftM.eOO.
North American Fire IDS.Co., of Hartford
cash
ASS
Um
KTB, MM,010.00.
Conn. Mutual Lifo Ins. Co. of Hartford.
CASH ASSETS, ti,000,000.
Dividends decmr-'.l annuaHj thto c*jmpMny, and paid
daring the life of tii• iui*ur-i. It» uinnnv in the Bum
agftBent of u-iie«« p-Tmiin larjj' 'ini u rnU to policy
U'ddere, hi. u lune aver:i«-J i«» ceut. per atnum. A
n tecan giieti fur on»-lialfwhei the j.irrmlnm uii"unt
t« "r uuire thus furuiihing lnnuuic" for (innM- the
for nearly the Wirm- h.-!I j.hj merit n- i rv.^nted
iu it!l .-itsli eoinpaniea. A'tm/arftitan
tuuj
SALK^-160 Acres of Choice
L«n!i. witilin four miie« of K'-.kuk, en the road be
tween ilie ami MiwiMUppi nrer—all eudoe^-d
a donblMr* hon»». anil other lir-pruTem-nt*. Ir »ill be
wi'i iu paiveis for fCi*Je culture, il deire.l. Thia land
Wae formerly owned by Mr. Van An-U1. Title *d trno
»le. Koqntreof II. B. TKN-KVt'K,
mch2# i»!al Estate Agent, Keokuk.
JJ^OR SALE.
A Brick Cottage Dwelling, with 7 rooms, eiatere, good
oeUv, full lot aad well fenmd, lw«M "in ntt^n tvetween
i
I K I
How she convert ice, and the T^OR S AL*,—The Cottage Brick Dwell
snow that manures the poor man's ground, 1? in* i?nn* on Marfan »tr«:t, I vtwv n Hh and 9th
into harvests of corn and wheat: How I uiaaroon^. .K.^nre
she nourinhes her vegetable offspring, so
that her animal may not die of hunger T^0R SALE-A Frame Dwelling, with
Lhe rdt)ts of a shrub, thirsty for a supply 1? «*e rhomi, lot w-n fence.!,^! ci»u rn,*c.,,,tu»
that had been drawn aside by an artificial i »,'d
u e e a K e o k n k r- e i o a a
balance in one year. Baquireof 11 B. TKN-KYCK,
Keokuk, f'-iet. Keal ifetatu Agent.
0B
i y #l,2u«J. inquire a Jiuaj lOj li. B. TKN-KYCK.
channel, have been known, in their reso-!
lution not to be defrauded, to 6nd their! C*OR SALE—60 acres of'and, 35 acres
way to the aqueduct under ground, and i
bore a hole through
and we talk of the floods that are poured l^OR SALE—9o acres land, 10 acres
ftWRy tO DO pUfpOSP. littt ft closer ID- 1 titnW'r.li'7'w uid l"g
flnpiitinn OflfFPftf) tHift avrnf anr) flhnirt ^ITaiu. all {pnc#. *W1 wfth fruit in4
speouon correcu mis error, aoa luovi,
how frugal her utility, and perfeot her w ooanty, low*. Thtnian
order enough, but "no room insert a KOfd'
particle,"' however Art may rearrange
'treet* between 10th and nth streets. Prue
^Ott wooden plug, 1 thia ritr. and admiralty ailipt-r to tli-i KTOW-
that every fiber might drink its fill, a. was ^^^TIIVKV^""
divinely intended. To one who looks!
b**t4
with a careless view on Nature, it seems 1?0R SALE—A Cottage Bri7k Dwdil
as if everything with her were in extrava- I? fug Hm»e. with ai* rxm». ii(i.-„ *n«i e»ii»r. sita
gant excess. We quote the line about I
"noany a llower born to blush unseen," «*«JM
,ur,,1CT
,• i ,, on theplace, or to H. II. TKN-EK'K,
tioo—a highly important one tofarmers— majii Rial Estate A^t, K-..kok.
as to the ownership of the public high-'t^. ^—0~ i h* .» 7"
ways. We held that no local authority, i F°? V,
fir
A.
^^^^Ty^ynn^-WWT--
JMgeaey.
REAL ESTATE
Peiitttt
parmmtt,
I^OR
*ith iiirljcu*tiOii in proflu t..r eT
Pamjmleta auu all fther in-
9ry annu?d pr^Tuhim
(uruuttion at Ibis
feblMtf. U. TEX EYCK, Agesl.
SALE—A Frame Dwelling House
containiu): S nxm*. gotKi eiftcrn, weiL lot well
feirtvd. •Mt--wnlk p*v«l with I riik. nituat.^1 u Biondeaa
'feet, between lWh and llth itmli. Title gwd or no
"We. Itri-e «2.00tf. Knqaire of H. B. TKN-KYC'K,
inft«n»e.tk.n ^. :iire.f j,4n
I EA^~DrV^Hl°U
hl")
1-antiful r«.i.l.-t.r«. two onW from town
«al* n ii-i-t*«f ««mb.^!,:iaiiy i »(:, «en auuh«i
under the constitution, to takft away from
the proprietors of the land over which a I ywtM^oi jrap.-.), t.drhnu.iir.isppte n.-e. ^.-aih. iear.
j. jiinm, ch» rr*. nwUum', «Tah.
common road passe?, their fee mmple i varietiw ryrra .t, nwi-t-rry, rtraniw-rr*
ownership—that the ritrht of wav onlv
^Tb*i?"d"IKlwheat
in* en"it,T»-
V tW T"ii acr« are sown to and ten to
was vested in the public and that all intraxtrfi»e, w»n.
vegetation and fruit growiog upon snoh
i**t the firwt' iJ?nvv'tli«- |»nf« ail tTSiit«dor
the pfxi»erty vitbdruw^ frtmi raaxkc t. Eii inire
majld B. TKN-KYCK.
land—all minerals found beniath it, be
longed to them. As to the correctness
of this view, the following report of a
case, growing out of this question, which
was decided quite recently, bj the Su
preme Court of Connecticut, will be read
with interest:
3^41'lilRKtliY
NOSES VOGEL,
No. 53 Main Street,
(Kilbounte'i oM ataad.)
K E O K U K I O W A
I MUtlWitnilarp «ad waHaalartsd
A Y
MAircrACTtiaam
AKD
SADDLES, HARNESS
COLLARS, BRIDLES, WHIPS,
HORSE BLANKETS, &C. AC.
IIIAIN-MT., BETWEEN 34 AND 4th.
1
00
PIUOW Two
SPRING AND SUMMER
y o o a
^,^vsscss,-sasi1*,*,,n
•arlS-dkwl#
were in his," was
QATAWBA WINE
m%J
be
considered erere by some timid Miaa
W$M.
mmm
Oroceriest
{JfrV|
S Y
A E
W%$U9mU
flfom'i,
Jaa.1-4 UTltM, KBSltUK, IOWA.
A1H SACKS.
two-bvahel Extra Ltnen Sack*, (to arrire) will be
•old low for Qaah, at 47 and 63 Leree, by
Janl-d COONNAJSUI A 8MTTH.
yy ANTED.
lOO baahek M», (X«ar Ttttotto nwliaf lfcehl|lml
MrhMprto Tbr Ciih, at W and 68LeTM. by
.Jaal»«
r.i.:r-j-^0IOIA1
^pOBAOGO.
75 Boxea, 10 Lamp
60 Boxea K1 dorado
arm.
Ku (laddiea, aaaorted branda,
Ch«wiaj Tohacoo^eaAe
ia the laat raoath la tb« year for ManmttctaHBg.
For amis luw fur Caah by
Mal-1 OONlf AXUI SMTTH.
OTTON YARN.
80 Sacka, of tapeeSne quality
SO do White Carpel Chain
16 «io Colored do
ii»noil in
W baiee N'oe. 1 aad 8 BatUa^.
Jnat revived and for aale low for Caah at 57 and
!**»'. CKWNABLS A SITTTH.
ViUGAE.
Iv 60 Ilbda Prime V. 0. Stigar
itarrels CLarified Ousbed and Polrerixed do
Juiit recdrsd and for Kale low tor Cawh I y
CONNi
i«nl-d ABL« A SMYTH.
ILfOLASSfiS.
in. 6p barrels B.icher'eB»cv HocaaSjrrap TT Imw.
I S i«m»U ai»l half barrel* Uoidrn Syrup
Fur aale iow foe Caah by
Keai K^tjite Agent.
3.000 Kaaawka Salt
3.0X) aacha A
2.M4 Turk's Island
In in prime or4ar, (and to arrival tor aala law
O Ii.et^we
at
IT
and is Utee, by
IRONtonea!(alla.
AND NAILS.
aMorted Bar aad Band)* Inn
400 Ke^a
A
PS**?la,Ac.,fuUstore
1 ,,ock
b7
gUGARS
Hbda. 5e»
Kor sale by
yi. B.T£N-XrCKf
Real tout** Agrol.
A
Ke«i &tate Ag-at
A. TEN KVI K, IT«J
Bstat® Agt.
}vu.acrr«DDV
|rw#^funder lu ViI
ill N*%»Jd ff-r f!i» acre,
il a. TUX BVi K,
Kf al F-stato Aft.
Ku'iuir,'"r
her forms to «ducato and giro pcope to: t^OR SALK—2uo acres of laud, 167
human power.— Rev. C, A. Bartol. *7**numl*cvLtdumug
*nti 'Ttm
ft
.... •«»«»!..» of ni(bw»r«* i
OM readers have long knowa the i
ground always taken bv us on tho ones-1 i*r•cr*' *l,r
flf
*mh'I' *!th
tnif* tlvWUiit:. m-tta rixitu, and *Hher ecu
thiiMiiife*. TUi§ farm U w«-il l^«a ]uy a 4tle
:ar*e rarity of DoaasUc«nd Por^ga Llqaon, a
th" cherrest brands, partkaseti before l^e lBoosiUoa
of Die KiesieTax.
.»ie low
nori«-.:lBi.
Caea adraaced ou coDsifrtiB^nta,
CMM
—Kmk
Miscellaneous.
HQ«aaf
STAPLE CROCKERY!
Consisting of
Common and White Granite Goods,
FRENCH CHIXA,
Cutlery, Silver-plated Ware
A^iD FANCY GOODS,
And all variety of Glaraware. imported erpreaaed for thia
market, which 1 offer at low price* ron
CASH.
1 intend t«
oter irach fn-focement* to merchants as to'do a Jobbing
BnaJnees. and st*ll almost entirely by ori^rinai packAgea,
and I am vli'tfrmini 'l to build up a larjre trude.
1 reappctfully invitoyoq to v.nit my i-tahli-hnicct and
ejamini'my Stock, and I flatter mvself that I can tire
satisfaction.
4*(1W
WANTED,
MALia
|J|
shall Mdeavorto keep on hand.
of
«w* q»»lity of eTerythUnr in my
TI^V«T. JCH
1
OFFERI«^«POMLC»TTHE
LOWEST CASH
KKICKS, »tlheold»taQdonMainftreet, between 3d
aod 4th«
in?
8IOM OF THE BIO SADDLE. ,1'TJ
,fc*
Ceaatff araaHly Mtcrte4H
D. WOODWARD,
WHOUMAUt AKD RBTAI1 BBAfOtt,
WO. 87 SIAIH S*1IEET,
l» la racalptofhJ.tfalUawttnentof
BOTTLEa
E 6 0 9 8
Jaat raoeived at t4a I
Quae^aiwstrw 4Btor«
a}i)"J"-dtf
KF)0 BARRELS CHOICE FLOUR
Jont recoited, aad t-r m1- by
'•J LRICn A DRAKJL
25
BARRELS U?SWEET^CIDER
Jaat raceired, and br aale
flUCH A DRAKK.
.2
aaidtoL
S. HAiMIIX & CO.,|
WHOLESALE GB0CER8
A*»
POWDER AGENTS,
100Comer Main and4th Streets,
b«d, and are c« u«"taiitly r»
oefvttig fr*-ni nmnnf*/ tvirera
«ad wsifrn cmt* t% I ante
•lock JfJiUI
GBOCIHIES
"Which they
aall at pricaa a. UOW
AS
THa LOWllt
JwJMly
Prloe
ttf SlUe autoartigfa Suffrage tctrtrn
ouftf SBrjit onb ©d)ntU}le au«0tfu&rt.-ffci
mcfal6-lly MOSES VOGKL.
GAMUEL POLLOCK"
Whalataleaad KaUl)
O O
lis HAIH STREET,
ueKri.iowA
Km, .•
Far«an4BM«aa
i S*aaf,
IlHothySaad,
tlaaSaad,
'aV^tCASH price wwSl ptJiW
I AM'L POLLOC*.
7K BBLS. COAL OIL.
V' TtMMtb|*a4*.
ForsaMia
decile
BAU'LPOfcLOC*-
5()0 tLAKl
AM'LPOLLOCi:-
hittMby
4a«10-4
Jg BAGS RIO COFFEE.
Cnrsalnby
•AM*I
daelO-d
mtoor,
JJERRING, BY THE BBL. AND
)(aakanH,la K1tM, Uf. BUa., aadBhli.
For«a«by B.POUOCK.*
gQ DKNMAF.K CHEESE,
foritliki
daalft-d
laaia-«
8 A MDKL POIMOKi
nev»iaSn«i.
XAR, TAB,
A 'WhoUaale-ind Hatail.by
»Iiri roafcoox
9^A BOXES TOBACCO-— BBBT
BHABDS PanaUbT
AMITBL
\Ym KAimns.
*T\R. J. F. jM
HIT!h|rK|M IW mnfeUi hwtice of MeM
te»,anwiimi *lof i*fge Mttf'fatcrtadog SorgMf
aractieS, to mada amginii alifc tie treatm»Bt«fMl
•ee eaaktaee4U tkSfcHovtog«MaH#ation:
liv. AU CargMl rawaamt flatgic i operattgaa.
t•». Waaal io»tt»%aa«iaaj.
3ilc DMaaea of tM t/ntig* aM II trr«t.
tn. CVn*ultation* with PlijricUhn in all casee at
home or aliroad.
In order to promote the better treatment of Surgical
•ea and diaeaae* of the JKj u aud Xar, i*. Haaftmd bm
eataMlafced an Infirmary for mrh r*iei, where patients
wiU.ba.wtlI caxad ot, iml where all lie appliances and
•eatAiMM of aoorearial treatment, ne iu aitnilar Iruti
tntJonrtTl the Urge c!tle«, will be fonii i.
lUflftl aiuoyetl tar twenty yean a ir«ra and geaermtt
patronage in the tu». !i. e of ih-dirine ami eur
gery ff irn the iheentt '4 the thii ity ainl thp e*irrontd
ngeoontr). Dr. ••". n"W rwii-M-tfally infitea the publk at
tenttM
to
Ilia t|mia] Brrangemente lor ttie
fir
OONMABLS A SMYTH.
ICK.
u Baga Prime Rangoaa Bica
Just re tired and for aale low (r Cas]
Jul-ti
fl ami fftamp. MHk
(]tiir cur** ait earmHt* dtenW
'2A
Saah,
ABIJI A
SALT.barrelsO
How and Cast Steel, Black
rauth Too in at67 aoj Lerw», s,r Mle low
CO.N'XABLK A SMYTH.
SO nhds. 5ewOrl«aasSmar,—Old Crop.
J^IQUORS,
H- STAPFOKD, TEVAA.
X.STAPPORS,
Laea*.
jyjOLASSEa
lOBbls o.SyrapMatuiw in Sarreliaad K«r».
Par aala tow br M. 8TA FFOaD, U»»ei.
TRICB A MAKE,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Asd leaJer« ia
Flooi and ail Kinds of Piediee.
I O U E
and HflMm atrteU.
BMTOL
D"
/.
OOJOIABLK A SMYTH-
HAINES,
o i o K i
tat
A hla tuMaaca, oa Blua
Aw, hatweea 2d and ktreu
aorU-d KKOKLK, IOWA.
P. MoDONALD,
Pbvaician an« Rart«n«
Omci
AMP KMNA
FtP.h JeW^-dly.
JOHN N. HUMMER, M.D.,
MMoma&patittr fAyiidaa,
E£0&1 K, 10
KK^KCK, IOWA,
Wil! practice In the Courts of the First and Second Jsdl
tiai bitrk ta of Iowa, iu tha Circuit and District
Court's, an i In the Supream Tourt of Iowa.
«^-K*frr to linn ham
t-
aeptl-dtf
.f
tUkim St. |«t. Itk and stb, aalH •«.»
Xatke AUwaeuai BujUing,
K.BOKUK, IOWA.
P. S —tVhoIeMle Flow The attention of the
trails i. ItiTit#-.! t'1 th' tr iarV-u» 1 of 1 l*jur, th°.*y
will Mil lower ttimo can N- 1 rcht 'InsKva
hMm tirmiMl aiiU Juneace *f on tiAml &r*e
K'tatoia.
TORA'E \'S
,11. A. WltKERSU All & CO
Agxicultural Warehouse
ASD
8EED STORE,
Macafc i-rrrs" Ag-ntsfor all kioda of Aauccircau
Implements, Tools, Ac.,
153 Kaia St., KEOSDK
CEEDS, SKED8! Qarden Seeds,
fr**h and gennioe aNo. P^ea. P-iii,
Ci»rji. Ac., at the AOKlt LTLHAL l»Ria fciTUlUL
RA8S AND FIELD fcuS —Red,
White
MHJLutertif
IMPORT
by
medicine or
riiiitfTietinM. A lew pntieiiti" from a kli«t«ue« an i»f» mc
c/H»nio4nt»d vith Nmr-l at on O'trort §1
betweea 6Ut aad K(«kik.
R. ADOLPH WEISMANN,
idrNlMttifMlMl Vepartatat |o*a t'lirmltft)
Ha« r»nm»l the Practi- e of Mclic
riiiily. an Im the p*tr»iia£«
t*f th*
bnbiic.
in Keokuk and IV
R*S£DENC»— lixcliauge bttw.
2d
an4 1M itrmt,
Ordf-r* «fl at Mr. H'is^r'i Drug: on Mii& Itieli)
buvr. Hth awl Vth, wiiJ b« atl«Xtd^l to.
KKtaroinJOia]
JJR. J. H. SEATON,
(UMSarfMi Itit MlftMBii T»liB«aitlv)
r«^uiu^ tb* practice of Medicine ia
OITJCI—9«COND ITMT B«tww&
ftaskieaM,
AND
Mite and
Ck *er. H^nimrisD H»mp« Mil-
M, flax, lilae Or»a», Tim -thv.
Ac. »,r
nlf at the
ACKKl LTrHAL 5£T0IUL
pORN PLANTERS.—ff. D. Smith's,
I«1IIT'«,
aad otbn- Corn Planters, and Moline aad
Warwiw l'lo*«, at lis Main Street.
WOOD'S CELEBRATED
"Y^7 ANTED—^
Cent,
CK HOGS
ii ted at
apr2S-d^iu
REAPER
V AMD PRIZE MOM KR. for ealr by
M. A. MU'hi HulUM A CXX,
•rrl-dSai IU Mala SL
Mpe
and
GIB
BOX'S DI8TTXX1RT,
Cor. 4th aad Carroll 8tS.
CLOP FOR SALE
O At eiBBOii'S UNIOM DI8TILU«Y,
aprtMSa Oor. Ah and Carroll £*a.
P. J. TALLON.
67 .Tfatn
Remember the place—87 Main St.. Cast side,
aprtt-dly
A A S
General Insnraj&ce Agent,
Office Front Room, Sd Boor, of Nat. Bank Baildiag,
The SprlaftoU fit* lanraact cat
of Spriagfleld, Masa.—€aM Aasett $4M,4U.
Tha Phaaii Fira uU »aiaai
of New York—Caafe Assets $1H,«W.
Tha Mataal Ufa Iasvraaca ceasyaay.
o NewTork—Cash Assets arer $10,000,000.
Tills Company presents more Inducements to p^raotM
wlahlag to take ont Life Policies than any company ia
the wotLD. Call at the office of the Agent and ai
docamenta, aad get Circnlan and Annual Report*.
W. R.
POLLOCK,
fClDCUl,
lf""I".1"'**"
m* i
B1DLEAAA,
luirataofnua w
BOOTS AND SHOES,
And dealer in
Mea»'£Mttra BMlift§hMi
Blmil BiMtta Ami,
CkHdwas' Bawjta a4a—,
Oak and Red Sole Leather,
Uflprtod Kip Leathtr, Calf Skin*, Li.
mtift, K%d$ and Morroccw^..
With a fbllstocks^
4 a
H«ffaVaMMtaMfbM.Matt4e«ai
'"FEMALES
W&
w.
U-HITIK
FOR
trj
«HL1
nt
c'Drgical catwaaiui diaeaiea of the Eye iad Karl
}»l»-dtr
PRTTCLAMATTON'
EF
JYJRS. DR. D. A. SMITH,
Clairroyiit Physieitn ud Tut lediam*
ii »ee your pant and fatore. THajrnoais of dim— glr*m
b\ i« tfer
TO TIMS LADIES!
loth Married and Single
THE OLDEST K6ULAT0R FOR'v**e,T91010
FEMALES I
THERE IS BUT ONE GENUINE
THERE IS BUT ONE GENUINE
THERE IS BUT ONE GENUINE
SURE CURE,
AND SURE CURE,
AND SURE CURE,
JEHWOW#
GIRL8
fliftl Al
oa Btoodwa, n$*r the corner of
W A.
OCce and KiaMtats «a H%h «MM,MUreeBlOtliaaS
llth. mchiSda.
JOB» w tAsni. sB.V.Wmi
JJANKIN ft McCRARY,
to K&nldii ft
JiTTOMUS'EY*& AT IhAH,
OR WOMEN,
FOR GIRLS OR WOMEN,
FOR GIRLS OR WOMEN,
wfco eaffer from iMEerLailTiES, of OmkV»nOp«
OP THW
HtNftsa,
THI»
wkmtwrrr llK# th***
\M HAS REfOeiltKD FOR HAVT
The only Safe Beliance!
The only Safe Beliance
that U^iM ka»e for relief from Its aspprcatioa vt
tboae perfd* which tTkepl np according to tM caU of
Batara, will
GUARANTEE TO THEM
GUARANTEE TO THEM
Tha fteliest aasouat af
Uuiet,li.0.8*iprasnaJad*».
aaa*t r. num. a. Ill
"YJILLKR & JAEGER,
.dr L.I If,
Solicitors In Chanbery. etc.,
KeoUutai. Iowa.
OFftCB—On fieccrtiJ J'.r- t. r-'-xt iiu-^r
io
tLe P.«*t C«®c
(tip1 «ftaar«
WfTl JKW til# Flr«t!Jod»rU!
in r«*i a.'i'l cii'..L\tu*\ i:. all \un state
aHf. th*- «-urt uf acJ the Vnlt'-i J'tat
WUitt ri ait 0.»vrt» I Iowa.
OH4
Baaltk aa
fitiaaftk,
aaajwkldt, tf aatvcgalarlj eipartanc«d, will yrodaaa
MISERY AND DEATH,
MISERY AND PEATH,
ABB IS S8AX
Ttrst of all KrMed Ira for Bt»ea»e« af FrMalca.
First »r all B««e4in Tor DUcaaea «r Feaiatea
Dr. niefMman'* Pills,
Dr. r]irMiiian'«i Pills,
Dr. ht c^finaii'* Pills,
THIS BOOB 0L0 REMEDY
For mil Obstruction* hat leen hailed with
Pleasure and Profit
FOR TWENTY-FIVE YEA HI*
la all pattsof the civilised world. In aata«r I
AH OLD EXPERIENCED PHYSICIAN,
AN OLD EXPERIENCED PHYSICIAH
AS OLD EXPERIENCED PHYSICIA5,
Who* ererybodr knows, aad la whoa eraryhodj
ptaoas coaSdeaaa aad raapect. It ia
BO BBW-FANOLKD AHBAMOBXEBT
BUT A
STANDARD REMEDY,
Wbich baa newer (ailed
aad thooaands of eertlSeates t« tkta aCkct eaa bataaad
a all parts al tha eoantry.
Tha proprietors I)r Chee»eTE*^Ct
Long-Tried Recipe,
Long-Tried Recipe,
Long-Tried Recipe,
Oaarantee that
Oat*!
Tha highest osrM price paid Ibr Corn, Rre, Oata aad
Malt, by PAT.UIBBONS,
aprtBHHm Cor. Main A 7 th sJI*
QTO
O Wi
O N E O
O N E O
O N E O
Of" Dr. Cheeseman's
FEMALE REGULATING PILLS,
end
street.
Millinary,
Sprinf Shawla,
Ojhkaks aad Mantlilaa,
.: Xraas Bilka.
t: Alaaaadar'a Baal KM QMaa,
fancy Dress Oooda aad WothMM
Awd^i general aaaortmaot of Ladles uric) Oenta' Purnishing
jars
nrttftr
mnsA»m» mmavLTtno FROIW
BJSORDBRS OF THE
e
Will restore tha nataral monthly fonctton to ANY PU
MA I.R. MO MATTER WHAT HB8 COKDITIOH
UK BIK AOS
lodfed, so certain are that* Ptlla, vAscA kT it*
papular
OVER A QUARTER OF A CENTURY
OYER A QUARTER OF A CENTURY
to ra«oraUi« menstrual flow la a natural way, that
I*di«a who ara prernaat aiul ml as. (Ana, aa they
Will iaaartaS/|r
prvduei
a
mitcarsiagi.
THEY CANNOT DO HARM,
THEY CAK&OT DO HARM,
la aarather Way.
Dr. C. L. C*tieeseinan?s Pills
ARE THE ONLY MEDICINE.
ARE THE ONLY MEDICINE,
That Married aad Sing-la Laliti
hare relied upon for many yean, or canralynpon
DOW.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
Take this advarUieaamtto jm Draavlat, iad Ml
him that yoa want -w—
TEtli
Fenaie Medicine in the World!
Wfcfch la aompriied ia
Dr. Cheeaeman'8 Pills! {f
ThMe
form prt^rtmn ev*r pmt

ptr
/trmrW,
With
IMMEDIATE 4HD PER8I8TE!FT SUCCESS.
DONT BE DECEIVED,
DON'T BE DECEIVED,
D*. Chaeaetaaa'a PHla have rewired. aad ara now re
•wring, the sanction of the meet mtiuaf
Bax—containing from 60 to SO Plll
nilaaaatt*
mail, pwmrUr,
by remittinr tha aHea
•t the proprietors In current fauls.
tar Sold by Druggists genemUy.
feadesupptledby 1/)BD A 8HITH, Caicaad
HUTCHING8 H1LLYER,
9sap*iBT«aa,
•leiiMfmiMiifca
wjceh
DIGESTIVE
ORGANS,
A as GCBED av
HOOFLAND'S
MAi\ BITTERS,
THK CHEAT ITRESOTHKillSO^
O N I O
Tkeu Bitten have Performed lore Cirest
MATI AKB WTB lETTKIi SATISMCIMIJI
BATE BOIE TESTIJIOMYl
Have More Hespectable People
to Vouch for Them
Than any at her article In the market.
CMtM4irt
AMmiea,
AUD WILL PAY ilOOO
To any ane that will produce a (.ertiflcate poblished
Dy u«, tbat Jt cot omriM.
BOOFLAITS'S GEBXHAN B1TTEHS
WILL
cm Krxhv isa
or
CkreaM ar Nerroaa Urbilft}. uiaeaan efthe Kl«.
aejs, aad di»r*M« arising freai a lit.
ordrrrd Moaiath.
Observe tlia FoUewia^ Symptoms i
Rcndting from, I) itor den of the Digtttiv*
Organ*
Canatlpatiop, Iaward Piles. Pullcess of Blood to tha
eaa, Acidity of the 8 utt»cli, Kattae%, Ustrttors,
Dtagast for Pood, Pailnees or Weight in tha
filuaiach,Sour hmciaitons, tttaking M.
Blattering at the .t of the
8i Swimriiirgof
the Mes.!. H:rritid
aiul Uimcalt
Breathiti*, Fluttering
attho Heart, Choking or gof
foeattng *ten in a
lytn* posti re Oimneaa of
V niori. Itots or V •jbs
before ttieS ght, Ferer and
Doll P.m 13 the Hea l, Oeflt ier.
ey of PerapirativC, Yellowness of the
Skin and £es,Faluin the KiJe, Hack.
Cheat, Limbs, Ac., Sndden Ploshea of Heat.
BarniBg In tne Ple»h, Coast an Imaginings of
Bril, «ao great Depreaaion of Spirits, Perer, bt-
REMEMBER,
111*! itl. LlIILtA u
O A O O I
.conrms 50 Bl MfflK WHIMT,
And Can't .Hake Drunkards,
I
IA
THE BEST TOJTMCl
IW TUB WYRLII,
tW Read Who Says g«
Prom th#
R*T.
Leri G. Beck, Paator of the Baptlat
Chaaeb,Pamiert0B, V. J..lotaieily ot the toltlt
Bap: 1st ChBrch,Phi!al.
e
I hare knowr- Hoodanfl's German Bitters farorsblf
for a namber of yearr. 1 hare n^ed them in my owa
family, and have been »o pleasad with their eff-eta
lhat 1 waa It. Joeedt. reciaacod then to aiany. th.
•'rs^ar tno'w tuat ttey baT^ i, j. ,sve1in astriklrg|v
beneficial msr.cir. I •-»'*e(rrea plt-aenrrin.prcxU
!Lgti is fac, il! c»i »g vne at tea'.:-) taoac af^
fl.cted aith i! i lor wLicii Uxi y ,ji r^on.
mend* 1, tv it-se B.ti-rs, kcowtig ,, x^ertenaa
that ay reoommsndatit,n will tifr v 1 do tMS
mure cneerfi, .} s HtvAaoil s blf. ,j i. intandul Ve
befell the affii -teJ, andi» "not a ra n dnek."
kourt truly, LBV I u. BUCK.
From Her. J. Newun Brown, 1). II., Rditar of tha
Ktacyelopedla of KeligiotuRjiowlaic?,»ad Chrisllaa
Chrtoitle, Kl ilaJ.
Althocgh
DOI
disf^.sed to farnrnr reeonorr.cnd Pateat
•e3.cSiea in general. tBroagb dietniM «.f Uitsr mgra
dients and es-- ta 1 of .o»..ffici^4i rcaavaa
why a man tuay aot tewil to the benrflts he oe,ierea
himse.fw bare rece-red from an} simple pre^aratlaa
in the ^pe ibstke may thai contribute to the beceSt
of otbers.
I dothla the more readily ia regatc1 ro Hooflaod'a
GertLaa BltK-rs. irepared by lr. t.. k nckroo, of
this citf, beeat:s« 1 as prejB«ltc*l »jra!c tbcm for
maiiy jaars, uoder tte lmpreeeioa tha: tiiey were ctlef.
Ijr aa atoofcofic mi*ture. 1 am irtlet ted to air rnn|
Hobert Shoemaker, K«i.. for the remoral or thlspra
Jodice br prtt.*Ttes«tf and fere:, •uragrment t. try
them, su3onL 1 r..m Krral hlionK htinced d^
biiity. The n»o tvhrt" L--ttl-s of he»e Biiirr?,a: Uia
h-.-_«iDuinc o( ti.sv)rf«Lt year, wv |._ 1 i tj entieat
rebef. and restoration tc aOegre* ofboiiiij •.mtal
ii^. wbtcD 1 t1'-! uot oil for sx months t. lore, and
bad aitaoit
de(.»|relcr
r»ea:r mg. I therefore :hank
Ood abd my frieud for diiect'i.. me to Uie
OAT
ot
W.TM
J. SlWfuS BKCWS, Fhllad,
rroia the Bar.
Jo*,
ft. K' nutrd, Pastor of the 10th
Ba$ti«t Church.
Br. JicTrtofi—Peer S.r 1 haveheen frequent re
qoeM-d tf ror-Bfct cy cute wiih iiaimen-sto -.iiof
different kir-ds cf meJicitcs but regarding tne prsctlee
as "Oi of my appropriate sphere. 1 have iu c.«a(
Cwcl.ntti} tut «ltli a cUar pruof tc various u.siaoeea,
and varrien'arij in n faaiiij, the ui«-fnii.i?a o: Dr.
Ho. i.ino's Oeriiian iiu'.erg, 1 Uepari fur once frwoi »y
a*aai coiirse, to express r. 'u'.i
COTHIC«O,C
lhai, for
|«orl debiiitv of the system and e*peci»M (or Li»#r
Cusaplaint, U is a aefo and raiuahir preparation, la
tone caaea it may fat) but a*uat!y. doubt not, if WIB
be »Tfy beaeScial to those who eufier irat the aheva
caase. Toors, very respcct ni'y,
J. 11. Kh.tSAKD,
Bightthe.'oaCoates !t.,Fhilad.
FroB Be*. Warren hardciph, Pastor of the BaptM
Ohiuxh,UetmaBlown, Ptua.
Dr. C. M.Jacksca—LtarPir: Personal experieaea
eaables me to say that 1 regard the German bittera
prepared hj yoa as a E J«t vic iu ui meoiclne. ta
casea of severe cold »i geiKr.l u, liimy 1 bail- t«ea
greatly bcnetliled by the u», of tl.e K.t ers, and doubt
not they will produce similar eSecta on otaera.
Tonrs trnTy, WAHKKS KAMiuLPII,
trtrmaLtowa, fa.
From Rey. J. Il.Tnrncr, Pastor of Bedding M.
Church, i'Miaa*.
Dr. Jackseo—Dear Sir Having need year Geraaa
Bitters in family 11« qnei.uj 1 am repsred to aay
that t! has been ot treat s»rvico. I Wiine tbatia
asostcasas of icneial ilebiliiv of me system it is tha
salestarid niu^l valuable rer c.ij of which i ha\e tfiy
haowl«d«a. i k«ar% tesprrttnli),
U.TI KMSB,
So 7Si .N. Nineteenth St.
Frem the.Ber. J. H. l}ons. formerly Pastor of the
Colnmbus [M. bad MUeatowD (Fa.) Baptist
Charches.
5ew Rochslie, S. Y.
Dr. C.M. Jacknoo— Dear Sir: I feel a pleassra
thns, of niT own accord, to bear testimony to Iheex
cellence ot the *etm»n Bitters. f.. me years -mce be
ing moch afflicted wuh tMspepsia. 1 u«d th. ni with
very beneflciai resalt^ 1 have often rrconmiended
them to en lee! ed bj that torment ii.g Ji«e»aa',
and bare beard from lem the moat Battering teRt
moi.iais aa to their great value. In cites oi ge'ieral
dehii••)', 1 believeittd he a unic th*t cahoo'. oe t«r
pa»«e-!.
From the
i.
R«T.
tl'03.
Thos. Winter. Paator ef Roxborouah
Baptist Chsrca.
Dr. Jacfcfon—Dear Sir I feel it daeto year excel.
ien* preparation, Hoot!»nd Gernian Bitters, Uwi add
my testimony to th* deserred pnutini it ba- ob.
taiu.d 1 hare for years altiurt, been ttoublet with
great M.^rdn In my head ard nervous system. 1 waa
alvis«M by a friend to try a bottlo of vonr German
Hitters. 1 Jul so on1! .ie txpiMencec great ane ia
eipeet«d relief my health has been very mai'- aUj
beisefltted lcontidenli recommetd tbearticX *b#fa
1 meet with caste similar to at own, auU have Laaa
aaeared by many of their good eSecu.
Baspectfully Jauia, T. WIKTER,
Koxbarongb, Pa.
From Kev. J- S,. Herman, of the German ReforruaB
Church, Kutitown. lierks County, Pa.
Dr. C, M. Jacksoii.-Kefpected ^ir: I have boaa
troubled with Itj spepsia uea twenty years, sad
have never uaed any mod^cace that did me as megfe
good as Hocfland's Bitters. 1 am very mncl
in health, alter haviu! taken livt bottles.
louts,with reapect
mpro«P
J-8. HSKSAS,
I E S
JUvfaSic* (heUir nearly donble qiiantitfj
91 oo per Bottle—half da*.
9«all Slse—76 cent* per Bottle—half dos, (4
ABB or OOCWTBRTBrra!
BaeChatMietigflatnreof
"C.
M.
theWaAPPKi
JACBSOK,"liaa
of
Pbyiicimm* im
IHmtwas wlth each Box— tbe rtM Oai
each bottle.
Sbonld yournearestdragKitt nothaT«theartlcle.«a
not be put "f by any ol the intoxicating preparatioa*
that «sy beoferedto itsplaee.bat send to a* and W»
willforward.seeorely packed, bj express.
Priacipal Oflica aad Haaaftctaiy,
"•Hi
]«0. 6S1 ARCH STREET
PHILADELPHIA.
BOB
4
O N E S & E V A N 8
(Baeceeaortto M. JACBSOR It CO.,) s i
Prarrlatorl'
1TP
8ALB by Dragg) tsaad B*iana«u eaa
waia tha Uajtad Bla|aa.
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