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THE GATE CITY. SSKW
KKOKI'K. VOWAl
SttfPAY M9HNINo ®EC. 5.
fM iaoiaa«4.
a
Hera Bald of Wamanitarian etfortaa
to which Bra are dubiooi of reatiha. We
ton'i like the N»t»le Indian." There hat
baeti a vast deal of seirttasent wasted *pon
hitt) of that, howerer, he is stoically iwdif
faret.t. Nature it inexorable. She respatls
races but not the individual. So nature har
ing written plaialy tha ultimate destiny
Indian, we ba»a sympathy
of the
,or
b',n *n 'D*
dividual but for hit race, we won murmnr
against inevitiMe Fete—and th# benHieaaoe
Fa»e offer* the Indians as a race is Rieir otter
•itinctioo, ('affability for civilization is the
.only claim of araoe lire which nature re
elects. And to 11'*1 and aha kills off race*
who will not be civilized, as relentlessly and
piiilestly as slie does plants or the lower ani
bisls. Cifiliislton is dun oot of the ground
and the people that wWnot dig for it must
give place to the people (hat will. This is
so inefitfthW tbMt. in tba SoiAli the Mgro who
dug in the field had outstripped io civiliza­
tion the poor white who hunted in the woods.
If tfca ladiart wHI dig ha *01 !••, but if bo
|ilytailsflNtnly boon he tan ask of aa-
lure is to let him dia at tenderly as she may.
A friends of our*, who is a Friend, brings
at the
Fritnd* Intelligencer,
tifittm
at lab prenim
permanent protection and improvement to tbe
whole race, local benefit! must be of comparative
lly liUleraKt*. liable et a iy tine te ditraptlon
auil scattering, tike that which attended tbe sat
llemeatt made by our Yearb- Meeting years ago
Sat Waapagbkaoaatta in Ohio, a»d W oae in
Minnesota at tbe oiithreak io 1812, whrre tbe
whole settlement wet scattered, tbe labor of uia«y
ears teat
I a^psarenee lort, and »f th* »W-
tueiit* of the eettlemeni trantpor'eJ to the upper
jMiuouri, where men, wouieo^ sod children, died
Itls nu»berif freai h»rdbip aid •efmrvMMn.
Owing to conduct wbiuh we cannot justify on
the part of »oioe 01 the lu liani, within a abort
Itiae^wt tbe ear-ent of public iflMfutnt it, In
•aany placet, eetting (tronglv a^aiont all the
Weitern JTTrile». Tbe ery of exteruiinatioa i»
loudly aid exteneirety raided. Tbip is moet an*
,!iat and inhuiu in. On making inquiry upon tbe
eubject at tbe Injian department at Washington,
She I'ewinlttee were aa*urel ly tbe acting Oom
»nn«ioner of Indinn affairp, thut the cau«e of the
pr'ient Indian diBicultios wutl of the MiMiisippi,
urif inated eotirely from the taittire on the pert ol
ib« ileneral Ooverrimeut to make timely ajipro
^rialiona to carry out existing treatiea and cn
jgafeinentn niaJe with tbowi lnJiaas, to aupplv
them with food. The Indian Department, ear»
Tiently, though unaTallmgly, urged upon Uoii|?re»»
tbe importance nud preening neoe*eity of tanking
the seeded appropriations, predicting the li
trout eoatequeaeet vbicli would '-n»ue, and which
torrowfany have enacd fro
in this not being done.
While th* above extract illustrates the
broad htima.iity aud ptulauUiropy wbich hitvp
always irarir*.! iLe FiifmU, duting all their
history, it shown how hopele.-txly lh ir hti
inanity and philanthropy are directed to
wards the Indians. The race that must stenl
or starve, nsuet tt«rve. For the lndianfi.
Sheridan ti'betUr than sentiment, fie nay
be their Nemesia, but he is their Providence
as well. They may beg of him hread an a
present relief i thty shot Id invoke Lis sabre
as thai ultimata good.
•f* SrUUTVAbM* BI^OltB
W, Jackua Canes ta Mtt«4
flea the St. I«alt Oemeerat.
Par aaraeai waahs aao oalled apiriuiaV me
diaaMMMhimaalf C. W. Jackapo,bas been
isaaaaa"lu tha city, and givine exhibitions
of vmrtotM kiuds of mirailes. His principal
feat Waa hating himself firmly bound by the
wriet, throwing himself into a "trance," and
enteviag a dark cabinet. fromSvbtch 1i# would
emerge ia ataw mcmepty wi'h hi« bands free
lie cUiniab thai he was ootined by "Spirit
ual agency," and a great many people were
simple enoti*h to believe his assertions.
Shortly afer Jackson cointnenced opera
tions here, Haxtz, the illusioniDt, comffteiiced
is perfu.tuances as a magician. Hartz,
being thoroughly posted in all tn*tiri»r n'
slight of hand tricks, declared that there war
some juggling about Jackson's rope p*-foriu
awce, and ohalianged the Hpiritualict to a
trial of skill. «Jark*on accepted, snd a few
nighte ago presented himself Bt Philharmonic
hall, where Ilnrti was vprfor,"i"|f,
bound with a rope and placed in the
and- was
tie cabiuet.
He proved too ninth for Hnr: en that oc
casion, and after a short stay in tbe cabinet,
walked proudly forth with the ropa in his
band*. 'I be spiritual portion ofthe audience
were ia ecetecies el this proof of the power
of the 9p|pite, and the great lllntionlM was
rather eaop Ihlten. Hartz.~bowever, waa not
conrartad ta the spiritual faith by this mire
ala, «ft4 *toa»'y declared thai it was a ck.
Hia aaaslial had performed the aama feat
oa Mw •oaaeioaa,aad of ooarae Hartz hnew
ho# Tl WMtione. The antt Kpiritualista of
tbe andience took sides with Hartc, and sev
eral well known citiceas offered to bet large
same that they could tie Jackson »o firmlv
that all tha spirits of the Seven Spheres could
not looaan hia bonds.
It waa understood that on Friday evening
the nal test was to be made, and according
ly a large andience assembled to witness the
trial, which look place at the close of the
performance of Mart*
A
Mr. Goodwin—the
same gentleman who watched all night in tbe
"haaated bonse" winter before last, for a
ghodt^nd only aay a big rat, appeared upon
thatraga, aad made a formal demand that
IksuaUtats wbo had proposod to tie Jack
son shoald come forward. The gentleman,
not being in the hall, did not come. Mr.
Goodwin faid he came as an investigator,
*f*d w*Dt into ft dt*qaiiivion on nmri?u*liRm.
He aaid no matter how the trihl with Jackson
might terminate, it would not shake his laith
i o Iha haaaUfal philosophy of apiritualisto.
He had hod proeCseaotigb to satisfy himself
'adepeodenlly of Jackson's deiwonatmiotis.
M^OkuBWh' Ihh4 e^tad thlhi AJIanee
that i| woald devolve upa* them to ael«et tha
awillat to tie the asadiam. After a (bw
mialaa iptu wi tha apaeohifyiag by Good
wia. Oataael Heyer, Polica ooaiaiseiooer.
yaaalawad as oneo« the committaa. Mr.
•e»tda waa cbaaaa aa the seeweti.fbnt de
cliaiaatoairrva oa the groand that ha waa
HWlMkl hao tsar, Jawha,
ThhttTifaf dose hy the committaawM
*a prayaaa to sea rah the mediam To this
Jeckeon nh^eeted, but finally acre^d a per
f*W^ ^a was taken behind the cabi
w of tbe emMrnaa, and the
aaitah aommeueed in bis v»*t pocket was
eome bits
ot st nag. two or three
matehaa, and some other small articles.
Jenka,,wh^ a»d fnqaeuvlj
Vitnesscd
median
audience, aenouced that
ropa,
•on why be Baa the
body, aad the reply waa,'
right to carry a ropa with »a.
covery created intaaaa aacitemaal
dience, aad there waa coasiderr1"1'
firi time, bat (MomI Mayar
lence, aad lha erowd hsrams
I J.ekaoB why he had I
The aaarch waa coatiaaed. aad
l"l,*0,*neyoblii«Ua*kie*
with a reqnetl
that we cup* thus much of a report of a
t'omoiittee of tint Society, specially ap­
pointed to consider the condition and wants
of the Indians. We readily comply with his
withes, and here is the extract:
Minn* the stt«ntion of tlm Ominitted was first
parliuolerfy directe-l to the !*uhjn-t of the \t eetern
.Indians, these people have nove-r bean in a more
tiii«-ttleil aud rritii-ul .rumiitiuti than I be* are »i
*4bt* tine, aor tm*» In whk-li it is »re HfTieult to
see what eouie to adopt, lor their ptulertion and
iwprovenietit, or t.ow to Qjjjiroselj tbern Willi
?h»p# of bsinjr »errioral)ti to tin to.
beiiftili* toighr p.nn*illy be ronhrred upon
theto, to a limited extent. Itut, unlt-M tbe jrnrrtti
aa.ffaM la idtH l»J some
tbe aiad!tta's
ahoet waa Imm* 7*°?' .f" ^Si voa geioa
blad^ peafcaifa. TMa^aa-Aar lln«
^r^T'y
waaagraarilkat thaafistaataf HarisshoaU with
tie Jaelaiait'
lh« coaaiMts aad lha
wrists were accordiuglv
er, so that ha coali sot altp
through, and he was aeated ia a chair
soon went into his '"traneed condilioa.
doors of the aabmet were then eloeed, ra4
amid profennd silienoe the spirita
to do their woth. Jaekeo® bad eo«|la»ned
that his wrista were tied too tight, bat his ab
jertiont were over ruled by the aadtence.
nd he was made to lace tbe moeie. After re
maining i the dark cabinet aboat five min
ute*, be ailed oat to have the door opened,'
aud tteped forwerd with hit wrists aa firmly
bonod at Aral Hea koowWdgad ftatttn
"influence" was of no avail, and that tbe
spirits could not aet his hands free. Tha an
diei.ee received the admission with varied
emotions—theftpiritusdistadeclaring that tbe
man Had not baea allowed a fair cbaaow, and
the tkeptics rejoicing in the exposure of a
Tha ti«ta( waatkaa
and
iwtiiat
and had ont hula to say.
This exponent rwaeaW th*
anili ofthe *'»pinu" In nntying Jathsoa.
He generally had hnaaslftiad with a ropa
funMsha&h? h«as«al
f, a4aoncaaM hia
person waa aa exact duplicate of thai rope
After being tied, it was enaasythiac for him
to get the kaifa oot of hit shoe and cat the
rope. Tha eat rape wa#eaw*alad aa hte
person, and the nncut rope was broaght farlh
and shown to tbe audience, and they baltev
ed it to be the rope '.with ahich be was lied,
rba trick was a verv ahallow one, ana was
practiced by a simpleton. It is hoped that this
illbe the last ot tins specie# of huaibug.
and that oar people will u«t U» S4-.
oiled in the future.
THE FRNTKFKSTs
BY MRU. XI I.XT.
"Ijptve her a handkerchief to heos and
rtfktTVtai Aiiected her to purchase a doten
like it of fine cambric—and bring the lirat
ball dozen to ma whenjfiuiehed I'gave her,al
so,money for the purchase. Befrreebe loft me
(ventured to aak ber to retu«*» bar **11. M*
complied, after a little beetle!ion, hot I found
I had b*t
wumf m*. Jpf +pprn ml
H«w often did you see her afterwards V
asked Madame Von Schonhold.
Only twice—when she came to bring me
her work I resolved, on our next meeting
to visit her mother, but urgent bueinea*
chllrd me unesfiectedly from Paris to Lon
don, where I was detained by the illness Oi
my
Tbe Indian, the C-wmi*sioDer said, if governed
ia%ih by hit atouiui'h If ibut it lull, he in
quiet and pcH'-e&Me when it iis empty, and beean
•atiefy ilia no other way,
h* nitl
*f
.tl.
The white
people hava driven off all tbe butlalo, which the
Indiana revetwatly think the (ireat 3pirii ma le
lor theui to lire upon, and all the laTg»r game,
and the Uoverninent fatl» to cupply thcio with
t'.x«U.at It hat preatited to de, and no alternative
it l»l\ theia'liBt to tlml or iiu/ri. When a train
comee along, they aak for proriiiona to aatiufy
their haagar. If thete are gramnd them, they
are eeateataJ if refn«ed, they attempt to take
then by force. Thi« generally bring* una 6(cbt,
aad all itt attending ctlamiltei. The raoie rrav
iagt tf hanger indaee Iheai to ilriee off cattle nnd
other iteck. It would have beea cheaper for tbe
National dovernmant, the CoaaUiiuner said, to
Ltve boardel all the Intliaae at a ffrst-rla** hotel
in the city of H*w Y«rlt, than to have Incurred
the eipenc arlting from the ueglwt to futoifli
thetu with 'he ne«inary food on the pl i'n«. whieh
could bare been done at comparatively e -malt a
i euft.
father. I bad charged my uuknowi
damsel, in case of any such occurrence,
come to the place of rendezvous on tha irst
and fifteenth of each month. My first c*r«
on returning to P»ri* waa to «eaw*» for her
but 1 sow her uo more. My inqiitme war
fruitiest and month alter asouth I want it
vain to the Pluce de I'kcole da Medictne.~
Two years after this 1 waa at Statgftrd, juk
struck by a painting that bora aMMga re
semblance to the girl whoaa itnaga fillef at
heart, at least to aa uiuch of her face as I
had seen, 1 procured a copy, whiai I have
treasured ever since. The only Memorial I
poK-eas ot her is thia, Bad tha haadhaarhidfe
abe wrought for ma. flea11 hare is oae ot
the» witb my iuitiala marked in tha' cor
ner''
The Baroness examined it. Ijanbrck con
tinued
"I do not ecrnple to avow that I have felt
anil still el »u iiit«-ret-t in the girl, which
hare experienced lor no ether.
rl
he myeie
ry about ber—her nitbiortunes, her fatieiic
under them— l.fcr beauty her artletiiiieiui
her devotion to her mother—all cotitributec
stro!i|{iy to en I int. iny feelings."
"Would Jim have niarried a beggar (nrlT"
asked the Baroness quickly, and in a low
tone.
"tier poverty surely, was no crime!" an
swered Limbeck. "If 1 had found ber what
I snppo«sd her to be. and ot respect abb
pai Outage, tb*t would have beeu no ob
stacle."
"Generous man exclaimed the lady
but instaiitly checking herwill, site turret*
and walked towtriis the enloon. fjBtibeck
tollowed, entreating that fcbe wiuld uot be
trar him.
i'o make a long story abort, he weal to
rest that night mora than half in lava with
tbe Baroness—reproaching himself for bis
want of fidelity to his unknown damsel, and
still more for his preeamption in thinking ol
one whom he could not approach without
suspicion of mcrceuary motives. Full of he
roic resolutions never to be thus traitor to
his own pride, yet dissatisfied with hiuiselt,
he rose early tbe next morning. Mnny oi
the gueata, like himself, had remained at the
villa, prepared to renew the festivities of th
ceding day.
Ltinbet k wandtred listlessly through the
grove that sloped towaid the river, aud see1
ing no one, threw himself on thegreen sward
and, lulled by the murmur of tbe waters and
the rustling ot the foliage, at length fairly
lell into a doze. How loug he remained
asle*p is nothit jr to the purpose but he wae
aroused by a slight touch on the hai.d
•pruiig up, and saw ju-t before bim a female
figure in a ('ark cloak and hst, with greet:
vail fettering in the morning breeze. Stran
ger tl.aii all, the face was partly covered by-a
s Iken musk, and the features lefl exposed
were the features of the beggar girl of i'oint
des Arts
tot
an instant l.anbeck thonght he was still
dreaming. The euaogsr waved ber hand
and viiiiis-hed amidst the thick foliage. A
sealed note had fallen at his feet he stopped
to pick it tip, and then hastened after the re
treating figure. To his astonishment it Was
•owhere to be found. The note was ad
dressed to himself and ran as follows:
"If M. Lanbeek still remembers tbe poor
girl whom haonea befriended, he will not
deem iiapertinent thia expression of ber lett
ing gratitude. Bar will continue ta be de
voutly loved by—though ha may never see
again—
"Tb« Bicoo.aii or PoWT rKs Arts."
The note enclosed ring of chestd gold,
marked with the initials, "J. de T.
The perplexity of our hero is nt to be
described. His first thought was that a trick
had beea praeticed upon bim but how could
he be deceived in those well known, those be
loved features? Half inclined to distrust the
evidence of bis own aenaea, ha came to oae
resolution, namely, to any notbiog of what
he had seen.
"By the way," cried the Baroness on the
evening of that day, turning suddenly from
a circle of her gay
eat gaasls, "you ara a
connoisseur in paintings, I beKrve, Mr.
Lanbeck. 1 have never shown you the pie
tare of my mother, I think
And taking bis arm she led him throngh
several apartmeirta to one that was untenant
ed, and draariag aside a curtain, showed a
picture that had nearly turned her amazed
*ftfn*. It «rac pattstail af
rail ataa—bat tba exact aountcrpart of tbe
c**,n^1
of tkm thmo-
aad tie committee pro
thedet^ aesigned them,
joa the atege looking as
»h, awd Ooadftia appeared
the
praaaH'af aaarehrnget tbe police station,
soon caaM acroaa something which extends
hia auaptcion. Banning hie hand intide the
vantaaftka wadiasa. ha aahted hold of «ie
aad of*
Mica aaddrew tha mtdium f.jrw^rd
ja view alMMKMaa Tha rope prated to
ha ••oil afaia or eight feet woand around
ia^aMatf# al iia waiat, irebhed with
a«y atl,a«lliMltad at bath ends. Me Wl
hoiaiag u^ara the
ba aaaa iaStutcard.
Ha. Whst doaa tbia naaa exclaitaad
Tbaja^r wila4,*hoagfc4er#ar«6H.
uig »m laara.
"Who was her mother?"
"Iioona Caaiilla da Tortoal, of VaUaaa
*'f)ao it be poaaibla? Aa4 yo«—"
He glanred at tba pirtnra, and ia that brief
instant ttte Bironeaa flided trom tha room.
A law miBotea alapaed. Aaotfcvr door mow
opened, and tba aama (igpira lie had aacn
the park, masked as before, with dark bat
and cloak, and green vail, atoo4 before bin.
A sudden lmht (lashed aemea Lanbeck'a per
ceptions. and he se^inrd to himself a Tool
thnt he had not discerned all before- Eneir
cltng lht ma«ked lady'a waist with ooaarta,
ha kaeelaxt sod ki«a*1 Har fair band.
"Your own .Isrqaiiline mnranred tba
Barrones8, as her head dropped on his shoul
der. "Mot a word mora now to ujorrow 1
will explain all."
a a
It woo
Id be a useless waste of tin* todwell
in detail oo the explaoations that followed.
Tha Baronets wrnt biwk to tbe years io
which aba waa JarqaaiiBe da Taaaanaea.
"hen Acbiid ibs followed vitb litr soUi#f
tae fortunes a solder T«ja how bar
vothar bad drooped lite atrickaa lower
of Heaven
from Paris, a
with,a^it MpplMhataMty vMt.aai
wiih ae«MM travel, aa aooa aa hark
after a third stage ot tbeir jooraay—how the
B»vn, wha aecoanpaaied ikn, had dawotad
himself to their con'ort—how daap had bean
tbe gralitade she felt |or him—aud how si
moat the laet request of her dying mother
had been that she wonld consent to wed ber
noMa frtend, wbo bad offered ber bi* band
aud fortune. Jacqueline saw that tbe waa
about la to one ber mother, and had not a
trieud or relative in the wide world hemde
Expaneaet taught her tba bitterneaa of
dnsSttnti She looked on tbe Baron a* an
angel aent to their relief, lie bad nobly
aueeored them in their hopeless want he
lotad her. but ha for bode to advaoce any
claim oa her gratitude, and even offered to
her in oaaa she
ted to marry him
of fM
bappinees and after Madam da Tannenaaa'a
death, tha Baron broaght h*r to hia native
C0"5ffa,"
qoaclnded tha Baranaaa, prodao-
iag a email gold coin, snapaadadby a ribbon
roandlMv Mek. "haw ia tha last p»are vou
gave ma. 1 vowed never to part with it. The
impression your kindness made on the heart
of the friendless beggar girl, has never bean
effaced. I do a«t Maah «o cetifeea—"
What she confeased may appear from tba
fact that it waa apedily know a among the ar
istocratic circles of the lady's acquaintance
that tbe rich prize of her hand was about to
be beetowed on a at ranger in Bonn, nnknown
to fortune aiid faine with hispers of what,
in our Western setllement, would be termt
a ''priory 'tachment Further coi firmati.n
»s« furnished when the pale student,Kdwatd
Lanb»ck, led to tbe alter the beautiful and
wwaitu liatoaesa V ou Schoiihold.
Iitrdtr aiwayt iusiated that the match was
his making a circumeisuiue of which he
faltered not to remind tbe happy husband, as
often as the year brought round ''The
Erntttlast."
vm.voTB
of
her face waa entmJt poaceaied J»y a ene
tian half maal af l»li»ck*lki Ha mouth and
ehin aaly ware left e«r»W»ad hut the «^oia
iu baaaty of thaaa, aaii Ma defccalelf iomad
throat, dacaiagly white, eodiaed to eoavince
e that the fa«e was ona of rare loveliness.
I could see that she blushed deeoly aa 1
scanned her features. Whan I asked her
why she wore the mask under her veil, abe
oatd her mother bad beea used to wear such
n her own country, and had charged her
never to go out alone without oae o'
them.'T
Second District—William
Willian E. LeAagwall, 14,226 A. E. West,
1. Smyth over Leffngwell, 5,526.
Third Dittritl—William
057: John P. Irish, 1C,631: H. Oarritsoa,
4. Ixoghridge over Irish, 7,5*20.
fSftk District—Ymcis
40S P. Oad Bryan, 13,402. Palmer's ma
jority, 7,007.
Sixth DiMriri—(
Aggregate Republican plurality on Con
gr$eeasea,'41,6'^.
Isi sAieial vatevf JLentueky at the last
election waa, ymour lift,889 Grant3'l,5tiii.
Seymour's majority 7ti, !'22.
In Maine the official vote waa, fitant
70,433 Seymour 42,31*7. Grant's majority
*1,080. -a.
Tbsoflicial returns of Massachusetts,-gives
Ofatit- VmiJiW) Seymour l!t,Til. tirant a
majority 77,.'if:l.
Missouri. We hope he will tret iu If there
is a better tnau in that 8tatq for the place
we don't know it or believe it.
f) rsfTON Laa at»rt«*l (lia^raat walk. He
will hiivrt a nood lime making it wilh the
wbQlp line of his tratrp deep under «pow.
Weatonis one of Dosstick's friends.
OUR friends Henry and Lea, of tbe Keo«
sa'iqna
L'rjiubli.-an,
un
are giving, in tWt shset,
a capital Uf publican and bouie p»|Hf te the
good people of \'ai Buren county.
w
At Naataciiei. lha M«UioU«^ Baitariaa
and Baptists unitad aod held a uiiion service
on Thaaksgiving day-
I ti SI 1 1 'nil
U/4%TKP. —AN AGENT
low®, to ••k« thi* ftn
lUMWn sccciwa
l*ry,A'.t
?mrf Wvrks.
PHHIIIWrai CMar Uwvi «arraaw4 Pura,
I and va
|«w^rSa nefeMssttroac
aa palatably lara
sat war
ha la Ha Vnttad aula* aataimsfcsd ltd*.
a
P.
For dM cat*
mt
Ca—Myllaa,
Gaagbi, OaMa, Aiflna, Bros*
ohltto, WhMftag Caagh, 1jh.
pepols, General Debility, and
particularly rar all ether DId
euMs ef tbe Tit
real and Langs.
Thia fjrnp la aot Intaadad aa a'Yur^-all," nar la It
by aay aaaoa racnmtnaaded aaanch bat it «i!t
tha taaia at d, aanatr. dla ears of that loakfcooa aud
daagrrata dlaaaaa. that aaauaHy aarriaa down tu tba
ivavaoaa-alxlh of teua* who di Coaaaaptloa. 1
ba
Itaaw rftia #1uaasls» a» aSaalMiy Wotafc.
Ml 4A aaata a»uM hi, It ta m»t p»cy-
toe* t«i nirvtt a»d it ia to thi« a»d that we nv* dirrrt
nt oar afcrta t^a jc»^a»«t« a «l,i« Bjtup »r,.B
a*- bavaaptikea
owr -won.
,,
tv- v
„vw.l
a W
,ki,,
IS. taaea*a at *.!»» t.
,V«rly alaaf*.
frealf irfaarwa'y. Wi«l., nTio «.»
«a VaUtdaaant IkaaakMla'aail
dav," fnf eoaa II wtjt h« to* i«u_wk»
.. i
,tt*
4^V4as^nl9
satplaL.
satss
&ki H4MW II in
lt»vth#r
IF
lr-«p^ka«a
worn. CO*gr«»«,
The
Reguter
give* tha offietal can*al of
tha votaai
Firti Dhtricl—George
at
W. MeCrary,
17,71«| Ttotnaa W. eiagalt, 1*2,706. Me
Crary's majority, lOll*
D. Allison, 20,-
119 William Mills, 14,120 A.Thomas,
119 J. K- Graves, 1 T. Stoneman,
1: E- Johnson, 1 "scattering" 5. Allison
over Mills. 6,9!i9 over all, 5,842.
Fourth District—William
Loagbridga, 84,-
a
W. Palmer, 20,-
harles C. Pomeroy, 16,-
775 Charles A. L. Roraell, 6,2o7. Pomeroy's
najority, 10,62'J.
m:
Oter 9oM th*AfV**J -tuc^tl.*
of Toa rittTn*' ir»| r»p Tb
omvl te Uttle imrw nuu. A«%fitd
With '^Ki i
$0!ti oc« wild Hi»t] tM9vftvf VJT In •,
•t»vtU#r l&iitl iH* T'ffc, »oU»f —'4 ik U«.i.
V^C WIB1I
U
kuww bow Furtnti^i t*
•n4 Io Iz* I day Hti 2}rfwd %r«*
KtUO»d io W*'l Hew
v
l'oiiblrj«#ii"
M'r*4trU llov.
llfttt* Had Co fert .^hliKn4 «r« Hcvr
Q*m*Ut»t (l"ia« m4 %n Row
Ctu
k riffb4l«' MDQ li0VOi« Pur*?,
mmnnitnt A fury
rot TI
Raws OHI-TtAN Amwasni, a« lm*.t U.Iaf
Stow Tailtr. wltl ad aew art ci»s lrrt tu lha ajv
tamaa. n»• 4» hpiMlHk, Wta, awl will l»
Uriatilrr aad tbaB av»r
•plkruiu raaaivM.
W* will jiv« to rt-ry a«tiaenb«r lor IMrtP wbo aatxti
12 to (taa ragular prtc*)dii crtlj ta a, a copy ul tha atc
»U)t Ofcrav"
Tttt |I)SCK DOCTOR)
By ttisar Brzvssa
r»trodoc-0 la r'ch i*k,ia,
tm mt aabaeribrri oaly. tlaa
ltlsSO In Iim. an w«tl worth 15. Copiaa will beaaaib/
m»il. nt
pM,
id tbe m4ar •nt*n|.«a«
Ill'Bt ItoftiHTON. Pnt.'liVr»,
4 Br Htre»l, N«w Votk
Baasplat of Ifagntloaa aaut f^r 2,. eta. rr*p^lu# frta
OBKAT S«W TOaK A.ittrrrt.TtlRAL, HOB
TtOCLftJItAt., SSO FAMILY NKWuPaFK*.—
Hint AL AMLUIfAS. piibilabol in ti e ,Mj
of
Y: rk, i, u»# th' L-r«na1 1 M.^T Kt-Kl «NT pa|^r
t, ciLnalti tlio ti'(4 StaSta. Prca *1 So a |Nir tti
r.ipti fiO 20 roplai (H or only OW» soit.it S jtmt'
ttverv inb« 'ltar In rnh» of t-a, at IW.
WS t«Stv
IIABLY BO§« IWAIPW. Sa ISB at
M0 L« uai- po«t paid, worth *1!». the Kom* Aa»s
ev. ,^kam WtbitM*
IS Mba. MM, OH'AP
K1T. and Um mtotl PBACflCAL lanaan* aai %alt
trvwn' p»p«r ta tMs esaaary.
It
gtae la tMi
an old tiaeal »aW aasw af nNIIT Will.
l«ti«uce Tha paMJcattoa of thjaaiajr vpsawrf
Joaolatl Hwa Btlta IT. If UMMlhmMmri-, aad
tha BJItorial
J{omt
uhir, tba City
•rlml
sad fattn OAos Witt Baeaswict, a.
list a
laisa t^h aasara aai awaaacj to hia
po' II Sttoaa tab A.,attwaa'«aaMISW~ wloara
paid a vary Ubrral eoa pa.aattua daa,pl,« pasi r,
Llaah tDbaariptiau Ita'r ftc tak
AddraaafT.<p></p>Wanted.
Book Canvassers
Smyth, 18,763
fcBBs New iraBSWtch, t* "W
a jrari
ONcK A MONiH »•.' a }-ar
Th aiii
Now Macaxlna
riat»ariQ2
eaturaa of1
tha mor, nopal
Tht Jthintir'f*xid *'Li n
Auk"
TUB CIIM.DBf .N HuVR 1 '.H I viar.
49-All i» tb«* Ma^ar.inra 14.
49-A ii^imm nt ^itn. tr, o*uta. AJ'ie*
T. 8 ARIHU* frj.V, Philairlpl.hi.P.
"S»mfthii tile 8lir f«r XftnUA.*:
IB
CMIVKRHAt.Y^TR A!*T) OTHI-TiANi
lm-TAlik NOTI0R lK«f(
once for
THKB&Ht fe»tu i4U u.iiket:f T»U f« fnb-
mm VEST.Io
to*
STAI
A Halifcl 11a aU'l raadlr Nawsaaaar, d|t Jf r-.f-.
rat.IM.eu lu IS-T. iOi L^tHlatiM av*rr ratarddv at m*
wkctbbi 1- iV*«a«i.i»* ajrrf ar«? S
TABt,IP*»*W»T,r*«r«tiat», Diuo, aad alart« U 4a
ea'-r^i-a Jv nmrr. I*S
I.'Ml Iwat Wt ths rialililiattat Faaara, PaiaMu,
LIk Miuaa. Matkat Baa alt .MltitSala.OomaiMtiHl.Bt»,
u. V farnty at •d*allsa"aa raadlag stattar iar aid
ud Tiara, all *a,t
nr.
('n«Ri.rox B. Howe, of the La Gra
A nerican,
is a cat didate fofr Stale I'rinte
Ur ll.lMliauB, |iTNl ltUM to
*v r09t.
Mkr IM Citft)o(a«tofV*lMr
alt
tjnib'lf«u.»wi.<p></p>SmirREBv^iM|.ioi
OltttCliliB, A (Mr MM
TObio.<p></p>RN|4i
WllLlAMrO^ caTfRM, Ctoeiawf.
TRW V»»+ a^!?M I 'i B,|l,l
ri tar *til-: aad%a catra -j v aa lh«
icatt^r up
of
tha rub.
A f40 Silver V\ nlch for 'JO Subscribers.
A Rt-winp Machine f"T 25 Snbsrriber^
A $ii'l (told Watcti for SubKoribt-rs.
A $1*10 tiuld Watrb lor 7,' Subscriber*.
tf 03 rto nt
s»t
oii. ih to art-cre nnn of th |rpai«uii.,
we ill ittto Y(M) tU) i-tn. n't i^rli y*uT%y ttub^
i* iter«liM. HamilvC phi 'roe
Flar'y
4:t
ih»* cotuin/ Tuluiui A
SPLK" l»ID NSW MoAY.t.y Au.nsm
IS
Aix tlie wood work aud interior buildings
of Port Lafayette were destroyed liy lire,
Taeadaj afternoon.
Ho.<p></p>THE
CO.,
Mich
lb* of BKAr»-
8TRW1 '6 HL'B KK HOULDtNO AND WMATHKR
SfRfP^lfiilW ic i, iwllom, to|i »od e*nUt»of
1wr» t&4 window*. Tbi a .ir In li«yoo1 Mjtblug ••er
w Froin Tri» to Tw^ntr-flr* Mkr pr
4*+ hi b% mmlc. 8-nd f^r Agt-nU' dn nlir. VlrH who
•pp ne»r« b«r«ftiB.
J.<p></p>DOLLAR
NkMtAB,
Was*.<p></p>Bottzi
R. B8AMTRIKT A
C«».<p></p>Store.
Anm1tu?e
Ilorikulf' r«-,
ot'R
yM* Hm lo^vo^i n* to Bafce great prep*»
MtioM fur thf and wifitt ttitdi*.
aiitl liit« contain o««r!y ev»r|
urttrto A«*irad f«^r uke. turh an Ir» Mtid P»nry
rmriM, Ho« t-aod 9bo««. Jewt-lry W«re, Oui-
«fc. Kntooiolo^y,
worth from 13 to lltHJ ti»nt fr*e to Aonts
Make yo«r otdtr* ^ui tarse h« possible, atM ««ud y« ur
•JOiwy by pc«t»l ord»r or ret in t' r*d Utter.
are wwiu for oTtr ou« Uiiodr^d for»lga and do*
torfe*.
food* »r« tni *«M at Mnnl5f%^tT!r^r!', pric»w
*1 ff i-a'-h art»cl-. Lw-Tlptlv« cbacba #10 jh* buua
r« I, or te® Iter 1. Areata uanlMl id «vt*ry towy, Cir
MUfiKO((ri«, tOIHMA tf Oi».,
10 Arch St., Boates
o ancmnia, saa aad s«i nuu St.
J^welryT
a it. mmit.aa.aav wannniya aaa (Dart aUaata
A' Tsi»ovta, Haafactarw aad Wkolaaala iMa la
WiMla Flalad V«i. l|aKJC
A
S Y K
W r, s
bv-u*
BglBjm, Marao(o, lit.
curt
th aiaaaat* lor wtitrh It ia pip'an^t —open vliirh Iff
public may tvly with It ia no i^rtm.nt,
havil s»«n in nn
(••t
aaay yaara «|lk nark,d aucr»a».
It pca«^aaaa all tha valuaMa carativa prn|rrttHi
aad athar taiatidtsa
of T-r.
oi aHnw
ehancw ruadm-iRK to
A
*M«Oa asW—a "iia» aaaj"ltall ad liat. Hi viU
sooa ga awaj"—aad ia tlals aope tba patiaat is dahidad
—It growa aim asl itsIS OoaaawpQca aada ia
daaUi, wMefc aiiftt aad rhsaM lata baaw rant ia lis
2^iss«stigiw!6isi?«sr
lyeatnuaiadtecata thaa,art aa tiaaa atnldlaM
ta«atrtav«a pilj mm aspeai, si,id#»
aa caaS,
ar Ta ao toShl
la IMa, will tha patiaat rrallra tha Mai ttnth at-{Vlava
aw daasaats'aata lh"aaatal Oaa»a»ipliua,aa It (or lv
wtll fealfaot lOtaa kold nfat aat-r, and tha raaardv
tiaaly aad paa^ Uattr aep'i!
tfcay ta»erl^ tea* W»a ladatnad inaa to tbacanaa
•TOeaaaiaetloB. A mor k the tu«*»t ajnliffbtefied BiUrdf
t»i!4*fa aity irfopia»B tii ia, it it ac4 oh yraaml
wlli tkA w»*!|s»r, i)«J ii ia
1aU~whea the ''night uf
d«t»aMaia, whaa DO «a»
HOl.D «r
6dwt
AfBl*
tiaaltf ,k*a aa yam-iou* UtaawhKh will brio, an Sura
r«iMtaftMatd#nehllr«%l retrltniioa.
»r. Vngbl'sTar tyra# U aaM by ail Braggtau,
LOU a atUTB, ClUcaya,
Otwral Afr*ft
ALl. tmuooitJ'lX.
aa^C a
i
Saans
M«4,#itidss ia nasgsr, a* trta by
R/iBBBTfOB ALBklt
mhlch
*»il! t.c t,nt. 1 Cftfe mdribce shfctt*, fnruishod only to
JjilN Y. »LAT*», rihUiaiit, b*j.i
Mac
rr tti».a Wlio »»nt Hki I... I.ADV* MiflA.
'/.INK »ul a lirsi-^laaa WKKltl PAPKR, acu4
at ut!l-e tot aajnt'te •'i'V '-f
'I IIK L.A».i a PKIKND, aid
Tnx* it ATIIHDA HVKNIWO P9IT,
i»u«J uutifiat'd io.iu- fiuviit* ofTwriMj. Pamh4
pim o* liOtR 4»« »»!*t Fric* fur f3 a
~*rorU tor
both.<p></p>UBBEST.
Ad4r«M IIBNftY FiSriMBON A
BESTlin
919 Wfc-Qwt ftlrM. mil i|bh ?m
CHSARST.
UOOBE'a RVBSL KkW.TONIIR,
HI tao tiraal Vatkiacl Waafety tav Oaantn, SoWar.
baa and Town Itaaidajla, will aoanaaaea its Tw.utlatk
1 aor Ja«. I. I84S, whaa It wttl a* aablbbatl aa a Main
tnotfcM,**, loaiprirtng fJTnm I. A KM DOO»LK
VUARTU Panax Vits \io**a
K\rm, tmt'
Litarmtur#,
RducatJjii,
i*ci«tic« afad Art,
N
?h-««p H»lli .tit
t'»it u CuMori,
Urmirj, Bit ting.
attvsvi*q
iardeafv|fr
Wi»?f 't «rt*R iTiOWp, Ni/Mir, Po^tbt, Ac.
Vol XX, fn? W, will hcpI in all ihcLta**i*Dtiala i A
Pr*»T*aAfire. lii»«4y n -f*fa! HraAt, LtfBitr ad
¥aM'1\ i, n!. in»- I
With in .Njw Yort City ae4 Rochrntf r— »h
nr*-a« Bu«iL«4«andOxntaema! M^trapolia,anAUhafcp*rt
tf a Herat i'iatrict—the Rtnur pnaeewn
COLBtU'l ATBIT.
Patralrd ialy
•, isat. Ba^esaa* Aag, is, ima.
•ilntto lna Lattara aud Jtcaerte a( iba
qaaltttcs af lbs Aaa:
I. Toav Axe
is boaad ta ba Taa Axt.
in '-3 3aar*yar4.»..w.,.„.
yoar Aaa ba caa aat aa wall as
aay aaa etaa raa
V. nwWsat bse lilaMta aaa aay tbar Asa.
TI. wuaM aut ba wttboa* R|»aaytb/u
TTI. Tba aaly al'aatWe la n
mm
too hi lata tba
wool
tiu. Haa Wbaabap *t« lliiag aalvanally auprova
af it, Ar.,ad
Por aala bp all ree'pr nalble dralara la tba CailadMatra
LJPruiivn A bakbwjcij^
ftrVtHMC. .,
Dateetavers ol tha BKD JACRKT SXtf, PAWS
flti'V LS.ad S0OOP8. aad all apsravad Sbao a aad'
Myla
*t
K*d to our rare
.. .arA vfeilr U i«4
aXBB. Eolr waara sf O aji b's Palaat.
LOOK! LOOK!
TSe inifaitac a a'aair bauats* baa aibtsd as to make
e
Inriiirenaeata io A cnln
oti*
O K DOt. I, a a A
I.<p></p>EVEK!
K,
LABOEB THAH
8f»,d_f(r
aepaeislty tatba Haa of *'T»Od «»OM,
eirrahwa, with StW PHBBItM
i"«yawr el, be i'
tbobpio
BATES, before aaadbi taar alpha alt
o Tlioanoi i
o,
•as lit, Saataa
Addreaa M.
II
1U1 NEW A8TKJRI»«r Atam4l fc.
dTeaa wttbnaatp, BtRi a 10, Biddsfbrd.il s
HGK^CO,
Cmtoi'vrTOOLK'
I
nmrnmnsirao
GOOBS
113 Hl»itt i|.
lilOlilH, imVA.
Bent until ft and Mnteto*
lt bM
it
Wr^trhW VT its
I'VfifWf,
T)0 i+tyt. f*,nr\y 1h« Itf «t umoW -o
|Iviq i ur circilo tmi $6 flrMitlM k rut fit*
1»C4X1\E l.\ PKlC l:^.
f«toa»lla| saytMag I
a «w WHI
Commit I heir oim iMlerexts
DBALEKS
PIECE: GOODS*
Cloths, Cas»imers, Jeans
B. Ili-
iwnrf.
TUou'itifertbe
poft»W toik, I0(JR TRIM I If
TBK OLD Wi LL, it 000 «M. A
f)ouiMV fu»Uir, f*ov tbfttioi* tu m*k9 tamp
er. frtiii iur tofM to W.C. PAUBiat, Jr„ Mau
Na« Yon
3
rima*
rmw CLAM
SB JMT a
roa
MAOrA
to
A Bt
(ICR'S UOKh MA* ACT IB
ft
rjE*mc«.
j»An
UAVEB AIB wnwran.t.*
TAILORS TRIMMINGS
Gent's Furnitshing Good?.
Tkem attention of .clone buff
er* U npecialltf noliritrd.
Ifaiii Street, corner Sixth,
KEOKUK. I**WV
illy
Will 4aali«daa nt taals ae uklrage Mils.
glK« ef IUa fHfkcr,
«aa aKUKt'K, mWA.
im
-w 1' \euf!nu»,
IVuMtic
Kc"timya-
N itur«l Ulafury,
'1 r*«U,
'••«»i*^at nU»!ti(t nee,
New*. Commute,
The M*rket«, Ac 4e^
w.\
n i.v*r bt lore, aitiii
thft truf tri-t tu .tr-r, Aj ," at Oij&cis,
'*FYofr?" (tftH hnw'irrmvttf"— making tbu
W WlKKiVU AHR1CAI
ia# A jr^ar,
ad Hacllitlaa for aecoa pltahinir fta
Tha KnatL la not a amr'V, of oa I* ta
but a Largaand Hoantttal WiaiLvofVS
Wbathar locate In Otraatry. ttllaga oretly, You
Tens Vtaiir aad Nstaaaoss, Want tba Karat, r* tt
nuarlor la Talna, rnritv, and \anetr of OoataoU, and
tht wnti of All.
Mo»h Paopla »od Pr,»a prt a«oaca tba Eoul tba H'X
niftaitifldms Try tf aad aaa.
TfcRMS lusil Co, i. Hi Taar Vive Oopiaa ft* i
9«aa
'of«» T«n tw, NOW IB TUB TIJla
TO tOBgJftIBB AlB fOKI( CLtJBf 1 "-ralM#
B(B«a to LKal Olnti Agaata. I^ailaiaaa, gfcaa glai
da aaat fraa O. «nuay Or«an, bnils Md Sa#a.
ta,M L«tU-rf at our riaL.
Addrraa D. D. T. lOORB,
41 Park *w.!t«wYork
THM PIiAMTSM TAK1C MOTICS.
IP VOO WANT TOUN1 TEBBB ol hardy raiiatka
XX BOOT 0WITI of Ap^leor Paar or PUI,1P.
fLB or tTnSKtB« SBBDf. a^ad for Price L.nl to E.
OVfOOOdS.
DEY
&
A S O N I C.
i mouth.
ataa
t.V.udy /pjirtMj in bnth Oonlmit ml A/ipranmrr Ttitt
n .h an.*, .h* Ka|at atMHtt DotraiitT) Pimai* Btrv.
i»rrrat*
it,
prir,
Ita aa^t« pagaa will vmbt:H:«
|aj tuiouta dam/t*4 t»«r«raatlac np
liw. I*— ttuldaltarftgalaT ri
vrMwr»fa!W»6b io cacb
tiitf it*. itA
BMtU ttMtltl tl« tret Mobdaj iviullif lu i'wI
oith.
A••••!• Httll—Ouroar Rat^tith and Main «trr«t«
iUyAl Ar«lh CAa^l«t Mo. 7
Bukki it^ragatar tbe lr»l Friday 0TeulB|r in
ftAnAll
lf». 9 —Ho14*1t«r*f*lar«Dwet
•f tk««Acond frftay ereiiioir in eacb month
DtRMCAl OAiaiAAJidcry **f KnlfKu
fiaplar Sa. 5 Qt*ld* oontlaw,a#*«V WAduct!
ay driU mmd iaatracidun^
Ball
CAArt Ho«i«-Oa fifth «tr*«i
laea.
I. W41.IIKI IMJ I? A I'O.,
Vf
CoimuuHMori Merchants,
Np.lH BainOK STKRKT,
jterthara Hatiaaal Beat, Talado.
Bask frt tba People,
Watbridge tOo New
York.<p></p>TAOOB?
irai IS TDUH
octll Wa!bridea, Wataaa a«h». OMcaao.
A PAi* iivBiiioa iv too abb i»raatD i«
aAYISO
af
Stood, Article Vi11 JTMtidt
AT A LOW PRICE.
*q.HK McEVITT,
N*. I Eitra Ionic,
QAS8IMFR8
-**BPS-
CLOTH«,
HiAiy-MAtc etermt
BOUITUN & ALBEBS,
(J O (J E 11 S,
HO iflaiaa M.
y
INVITE VHP5 ATrnNTlON
tuun
trade
OF
Claw aab Bnyera
r«v) I|» law at rf^k i.f flvd« jn»t re'"'v9d l,y ihea..
a lU«iugT.Hi(tit doriui: »b« rweal l"W rale i.ftj .ld
aadafaiftwAat aanaoally low rata of Ifwalit. Uaay are
able to eS»r
ti.au ordlaar/ ladaaaMaia- ta^ba
Craal»ert|««.
Sj RRL. Craabertlcs^t^aalf TTy
100
asMas. (br aala by
Boaaanaoa a a rass
aa vm»mmLsaf'urd. Ibvaalaby(f 1
avda.1 BOBBBfBOM a ilJIM
1869
IN«W
il« .IMI.V ST.,
flirt laa) Kttatty HMMMhiMr fil»aS»
rutntUt tb*) ttwfiiihc
4 %»irabl« Mlork
tin s iiimmofi
Wl.'.ctl bu tr
Onr attt-k eoaalata of a (aaaral
CvJimt'j
"tj lk4s?afitu nr «toe% t-»fbr« parrhaatar
orSto^rSw^Ttj atUuitad tu
a wnn co.
M..p_ttlllK. im
1. D. fOOMIID CO.
V oo us
'sf'Al'l.K AND FANii*
Wind lit dct jkoc
CAltPKTN, t»IL «544lTHiC
All Ol Khkk »i" b#
fUdd at extr«M«l.v low prlffs.
rfl
fOVNKER BRO„
BM Hala ItrtSli
vorM-vtv
QRAHO
KKOXOK.
OPrNINO
ATTHf
III M'
OF A KPURDTO KOSK Or
FALL k WINTER GOODS
Piin-baaod In s t*trMa«9 H*' kft, itnd bow o
fur aalaat
e*tnimijr
,0pn
tuw Rtaraa.
'W&
rk of-
.4.—<p></p>Goods,
A solect stock of Dress
Altfe .totRAlBfJ.
*J|IKNCH MBilNO?
KMi'RKfifl ct&ratf
AND LUBTBR
RlanketB,Shawls and Woolen OojhIs
Ft oil
ibi iastla t»m an^WihtShl WoolM »H»a.
Our price marked in plain
ITPOur N«w Yurk Imjfr i rno.latitly raylisisiilat
our aluck wtta bataiu4 fruta Aurtloo aal, •.
New Goods and Low Prices
JiL
11 mJi V* Iff A'.
HAVfNfr RECPTlVEf) IHK LATIGR3T
A^n BEST HKLKOTKD STOCK Of
Dry Goods, Hetitis,
AS!) UlLUllEBy
1IOMK-MADE (iOOUS
VaM *M «var «i »Wa
/LT t'Al'I'U.UV rillCI..-.
MfWt rait «p^tal
BttaaUtm to our
mimu
siiiwEU !?0Titm wpmiwT
SFlESBKKtiKK, MAVKK A CO.
Wki I. Vritlt*»'W at Clilcrge |aiM ~Ml
tet^r NO. Ill Nttm.sr,
JiS. M. SHELLEY &
mi
ui.en^i.K
rt *£S4 tOi .*»»-!•
i.A li.m.
DRY
Aiid Notion*,
Hata Ia istiH *u! ar d«i]j i
*i«t!og of
BHOWN
,va'
H. i. WALBH1DOE ft CO.
oettl
laag. 1111
HAlLLTOIt
Commiasi« Kerdiants,
ooa. fvaran a xowaoa in.
i Ohio.
ia^llt petif
slty eaaslcaed ta will rseaiae carrfnl
at laa loo, with prompt aalaa and remittance proceed.
Liberal aavaaaaa aaada on ahipmeuta.
B^^paalal attentlot, riv^ii pnrr'iaawt ,.f prop^rt*
to ba raaald bare, ar shipped eiaewbere, OL aatinfai-lni y
W*H0I. HAMLTOK.daal seven years witb H.I.
WdbMfS k 0».,)will*alTe parsoaa) attaotioa ta
alt boa.
laeasaatrastad to tbe ha.
k
ir
ran nr.
T.IUMtLTOW, Tot ado, O. (lata with II Wal
BmiMia I'o .) I-iHir A^. ul in the nomitry tributai, ti
Tolado, wha will *wat^ ailvaaaaa on fP p«rty naffS
to tu. i'or p.rnt'i!*', i^idraaa hill nt Toledo.
Professional
*. s. aaaaa, I
VMmim,
large itck
BLEAGUKD MURLIN'S,
J-'ASCV PRINTS, DKr.AlNS,
TICKS, RT1MPKS, DRNIMS,
ccrrnnf amr & casri^hp.
FANCY DRESS GOODS
In great Variety.
RED AND tflllffc HaAKNELS,
-m-
attorns -wj "Wtf
SHIRTING FLANNELS,
n./iswa,«£l
The Bonaparte Sill* Flannels,
JKAM4, i: A8SIHICKS, Ac.,
T» S^af wbidblbay iaMta
The Aitenifon of Close lfiiferK*
J. M. SUKLLKV.
Ct'i,
rtt. Iitait,
WM. K SIIKI.LKV
PhiladtSfMrn
60.
*W 0OLWALB
y o o s
NOTIONS. &c.
'SML-.
nLM BBOItr tlaMM,
Main, bet 4th k 5th SuiMtB
,3
liEOKHK, IOWA.
DES KOIKES VALLEY B.R.I
7 O V E UNME W BONJD8
HTOCIK »Bil KtilVDN,
B4*G«1KT an« WMJI,
CsM^aaa Coll«rf#l
.Froaaiptly i
tide,
hy
W. U. \VUrTTl\^U4H,
Ni.
4§Hr»MlNfM !*w Yarh.
hi (Pormarfr wMhf«nw«*. Oaa A Oo
I'llxhaaa a llrakelj's Oyai*na.
BjBiwrSOrt a ALBia*
KNSU1N,
^TTQENEYS AT LAW,
I*n
Nelaea, 1««m.
Ill praetUa latbeCsarte vftke •«ate.aiillath»0
'wc»!teel OntrtctOunrUta iWatata.
m"mt4
O
pm s
B. XI 1LI.IN,
KEOKUK, IOWA.
OFFICp—Corner Blondeau and Fourth.
BlDlUaMOB—Ua Blouilaaa, b«twwa 1M aad
'uurtk.
Sptcialitl ia tht Trvatmsnt of He /frart^rkraat aW
UiSeuAr* fMvuliar It Womrt, it CiLWriH
asuIailta *bv at* tui fw lw cvaanll h« at aiy r^»i
UaUfc i.. ta retard t„ th..ium.!v,a t,r cLllritm, can tUai
dtwtnj It*
aimrBoui,
am.
Htucs
i'1ur«.ln,au4
Ok MMtnOICAli ITHRKT
Bat aad SJ Sti aata-
JOIinTHUlik,
ATTORNEY
AT
Bt*OKtH|,IOW,A.
W&'Reguitr in Tiankntpicf,
a Kstes House, at head ofatMin,
Offic
•dtT-d
IMHI ft.tlUaOH. a«n tiMUvi
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Uillmn k An4©moo,
tK.Tl) KKUKt'K, IUWA.
ATTOHNEY AT LAW
Jno, Van Valkenburg,
V Fori Natltaan, lowia.
*VW!1I promptly eollacta)! ktftdsofctaimi agaiml
the troveromatit. [dctS
JOHH
W.<p></p>ATTORNEYS
ftARtm. «BO.
W.<p></p>LAW,
KKUKUK, IOWA.
WILLaacoiMt
practice in the Courts of theFirBl
and Juiiclal Diati ict» uf lnw*. ta tfcatta
prtiaa Oonrt ol tti« btatp, ami In ths IMjtrct, C.rfttl auU
Bapraaa OoarU o' tha United Butsa. [a*}*!4
W.ii.<p></p>Attorney
COLLINS,
C.
at Law,
MJtOKUM,-
roifjl.
STBOVB
~l
M. (iRKUU k SO^,,
ortSO *sw York ?t.,ra.aad «, aataaSsaSa.
WHOI,li4l,e Al«l KfcTAII..
S O V E S
"Einners' Stock,
TlnWaro,
H0US£ FUBNISHINC GOODS
uimmu:K
rlirtrr Oaft Caaiiag
rilina dn
do
ANPOTHRRNKW AND IWHrtitW,
STOVES.
O N Y I E
and other choice braiulu df
Tin Plate« I
AMD A MfcNKHAL—
ASSORTMENT OF TISMEZ' STIIi'li
THE BEST OF HRE.
I VTRY MERCHANTS will fiml it
their interewt to examine our man
ufacture of Ware.
W. CHBINTFIELU, l'rop'r.
Wfaulaaft)* and Ratal I Dealer In
KOItKION A DOMKBTIO
Brigs, Medicines
—AKP-
COTMICALS.
Fine Tmiiet ft Fmttep Hoodn
TRUSSK8, BIIAC'KH, AC.,
PAINT8,OII4,TABJilkH»».
•aOMir
JMRPI
A*
—a»»
Mosmfdtlurmr of alt arlitle in the Tin
Wartime,
mt.jm.xvr mi-jpummrr,
(Oppvalt# B«taa
Hot«e(}
Keiween S(b and aih Strecbi.
4^-0r4er»a»iiQliad for Tiu, Ik^etirwa, au4 0* rH»
Brit, I baa
ad Ur iiomtu
BptfatJftf
4 Oorura«!wio4iw
HetalttMeta
"WW^TR™™
REEVES' AMBKOFTIA
For tlxo Ha
IRT
s
Ofloesaraar of Kaia aad Vaarlla Btraata, ap «t^ra
4 CRAIB,
j.«.aSMa
ATTOBiKEVS AT LAW,
UOKUK— 10W A
Ofllea Oaraar afM aal •*lii'a«raai. JaSdB
NOKIWOLL,
UXINTI«T,
rtoror, ..mWM
HuOim
Oaraar m( Third aad Hi
aariM .f.
UK. J. P. MAKOHD,
Ptoxalolaiu db Hursoon
fi^KNDF.KH his profeaaional services to the
K- clUaaaaof Kai.kus aad vtaiaity.
(Muaa Third airvat,la Uiaaamarooau wIlhthaU.B.
Ravaaat aSs. ftaalttanraoa tkaeoraer uf Hgbla »nt
Vultju straala
*fnl»
ilThoi*
GENERAL PHACTKJK
la tbaeltji aad vMalty.
MJtAHJinirm MO*«K4/r
imptvtttl,
tttaaaelajaal Dirf-ir# fin it,^ Hm,
It o*ba*aI),• Lall ta CaetlnMHft.il.
Ii thflntlpCtw a«4 Hnlttr
Ulnl»or,ii tb* RtKila i th,/ t?*ir.
atias.OKatait
Hit
I If at rat th* llaltaaJ I
airdt'«ruw
istatlaaU/
ltl»B,»«ltat.lj,t.l, htif rslllbi Oot.
It kaopa tha U»ir'rm haafli jUolst fruai il*.
ltra«tom 0r«yl!
4
l.laaS
j.
O FF/ j* A' A N K K a I It K S V
i
lt tcit* (v, IgiuatCotor
It bring* out Hair
un !,•„,
Usv» baalt HM
f»a»«.
It la a»u|.ua*J n.
Ural Jul aimpUaaJ parftt valuta
kith«taiu.«a.
It baa i. »U^t vat ItiuttMi.d iutaatary Unttir n
alaul Ur«v.a#«ae#.Waey wht^hkNi Asm |b
IU uignaiatdii'*
ttiaauld Id half 'ftlril Ho* t. th
Dt«iffuU«i&(t D**i*t»iu ^*ut:y Ut uAl V
Obtf Uo!Ur WUo1i»ht
B*ra«i kUo^' (I W*l)«* Oo BcfcUftvHal* v
2K«w ...v. i
th
St
$6**9
AA
now I K &
WHOLESALE 0R0CE&B
PrtxlMcf iDtl CtiBuuitiklon
U II A N TS
V.
o/ iimard i'ovtdfr
B'tHA**
AT
RAKHl.M A NiCHAKY,
—*ND-
IrlnMfM Owilao Hills, Slrubmviitr«
COTTON AttlH,
Cfrpol Worp, «hc
NO. S20,
•antk Hide af BUta. hot. 3d Ik 4m
KDOUS H, IOWA.
W«kai|ieneatasttroBb«a4an(tr«raal«t halt a
arteatlaaaakraatsniaraatid |toa,et aiaa a lata*
a.U..l.tt.t,lo.k hTAFLR ,«a fAMOf
U K O E K I I
at wnoi,*FAva o*r,t.
a»br«i
$a\r.nrf
Paper,
'I'tbareOi
('ofrtOj
1W,
Hpiwa,
Msh,
HaU,
Naiift,
Wood«-t W
Cotton V arc.*
fjigitrs, Uils,
Dy Stnffs, Wiadovdkbf
l)i.fd l'Vuit, Lead,
Htr.fh l'rttga, Shot,
Rope 1 wi tie, Oaps,
FuBe,Rtle«nd Bla«tin^Powder,
ABdalUrtiitMsuanan^koptiamyHaa.
At w« bt:y oof *oM'.for w^ nan oter eoe«1tf*ri
Ifiyrrs. nrttnrlt«th*ui iooallttiid
ia«(*a«urcto9lk bafor# puvcbMibf»
&. r.i ofii a o
n .••-WANT*l-~aidM.rnra.Bwwa, !(hrd T»lc v
Wbjte 01o*»t R««d, Tlmotb) B»n»l
faatb»r»,B*s»nwa W'K't, Kn*V- K-ot,
9wf^M(SNitl*v, fc«r- J'oitUr» *t»d all ol
Prp4«o«,f'»r Llrh I U'i U' ^HfHn l»'!i
t'«inaiirttttnuVa*.«l'C4leii •»*«0 «baU bav^
•lifw
Ofltthaanlroa S a.at. l«
Or, M.
4 M.
•tanu.sai MIMI
I lab
•r. CJLEAVKR,
Will altaad la
/ar
aMhrf
rtaimi
avodkialu aatpitiaaaa. Raaldanoa oa tvlMa St.,
kalwaaa rirthaadMatb. aantVdJf
-B- l.'.l l! ll
ur
f- nOWIfk 4 L4j.,
BCrLtR MAKERS A 8HEE
Ar* M11.UR Ii A €JO. ,•
IRON WORKERS,
tF.OKUK WWd.
ON
I.KVKK, t»a«r I'acket Depot, arapra
poi'in m*Vaa!ltiitt44'( H'U«r», tbar IHkli
urdoD Ruad tuOttfni, Alio,
All kinds of Shoot Iron work,
H*ch flnay Paa# AUd Urfw KattUa, (tron,) MlUiu
UUi iMltii: Wur ,TroB 'Jot raand #liatlf»rii frtf
*ad all atbar vork in out Hue. fiatintaetiou
ii 11 uji
aiaylfvi
I
to
GIVEN TO TILLING OHDEHS
ATTEHTIfl^l
Both as to price and quality of iHmia
'jmi ^romptuaas in I Lipping.
B. I. WILLIAMS & SON
NO. IA7 MAIM ATllEiiT,
rotJB BTOBT BBICK,
BRT.<p></p>Drug
Itb a
Opera Douse
Mb.<p></p>Store
snyM ______ _____ I
-ADA
HALL
lie SicllianHairRenewer
J^Wf/j/rtiritti'rrftir* thr
^Ih'i ltif of thi* ratiitblr II oir J'rrp
nnition, whhh t* dm- to merit
utonf. e am Hist/It' our olit
patrons thai It is fitllt/ n/ to
its hiffh stmutaril, ami to tln*r
tltho hare tierrr aunt it
irr
run
rdii/ltlrtitt/f say, that it in the niit/f
reliable uml nerjerteit prenai u
(ion to restore
lilt V Oft ilH It
to its Ifnuth/'ill ro/or, mill,
iotf it soft, lustrous, ami sithrn .•
Hit grttl/f, hi/ its use, heroin ft
White anil rleiiu it rr mores til/
eruptions uml tlantlrii/j", unit tu/
Its touie fn o/iertien prerents thr
hair f,
•om falling out, a* ft stim
ulates ami tiou rishes tha hair
l/luiuls. Ittf its use the hair urote*
thirher ami stronger, lu habhics*
it restore* tlw eapUltiry f/lamtm
their normal rigor, utul will
create, a neir growth ejr,re/tt in
fUBtremr old tn/e. It Is thr tnost
eeononrieal
to
II IIH imr.fcftlHU
reer iixiit, a* tf r'anires /twee
itpfitlffiti'iu s. mid flires the ft'tir
that sfilfUtlitl glonvif a/priirnnif
no mailt admired hg all. A. I.
Jfuges, M. /».. State jmsat/er oj
jtlasH., satin. eoustitueitts ar&
f**ires tt ml reftillg in t*ctf*l fo*
e.i ri llriil i/iinlitif, and eoimiilir
it the
lti NT I'lIBI* %K %'I'IOM
its inteutbd pa r/mtes." Ife/nih
lUth a treatise on the !u*irptefitch
t»e tend free bg woU nfuhrtrm/ttU
cation, xrhit 'ititfalns
rrinifn^w*
datorg notires from eJert/gniriu
phgsieiani. the press, unit other*
He hare made thm stodg of Ut%
hair and its fli senses a s per hi Ittf
for gears, and l.-notr that tre make
the most effective uaration for
the restoration aud the prcserm
liou of the hair, e.rfattt, and no
Vok+owledited hg the tmst
Ala-til*
stai aatl 4'li«'ral«'ul Aulliurii).
Snlrt bf mi /rufn*t* and lMilrr» in \frrliritlt
COOK, COBURN A CO.
flau'l A "put for Norti.-Western Stateii,
87 DEAKSO&II ET., CHICA00. UtU
0m 3VCa
Watinfaotr-r^rtDf! d^olar io
BOOTS AND SHOBS.
for,
Sit
lAMUKLM,
taaaua ia
III HO Jft?MMfD WARE
&
aif«/a
HMIUI ML.
WsaMlavfttbvatteottr,S(ir my blfnila sadtbtotai
•aalt v I a a«uar at te aay ea|ark» ataabaf
•. •', 1.1 '.i.
Custom made Boots & Shoes,
Together with a larga «to k a IrvUiMi m4| of tha
*mt 1—Ith ittaaa»iora,ada»tt4 i#rd
l«WA
mugHt Mtk
gtarjcABas^^cept
M.
A O. f, WHITE*
FIFTH HT .bet. Main iokaifa.
aMBva, I»WA.
ia «r I
1 Afifl r,*T Ctalfclaf tile tad a.a Brick, at
I iUvw apt*
J.
OOMPy.
KKOKITK, IOWA.
I||9ohioratei),
MM9»
order i
i saa.
90tc« ifo. P. FibAcm IV*UMr,
»':oo,
ooBStHnrrrn AMI. WtIN strmt
DltilW.IOKI- S !l'i lll. !•.„.!• Urticef t|
Woou» ird
*)ts
s
ALLOTMKB KLMBB K4DAU.Y caiur BT
S Lot*- 1 ?tt
A 8rj«u,ron nsUaii'it H^r' liai i, fl tuol*r A l. 'ia
ci»bU Pork r. 't^r- "wy, unwaf MctrUu
OkM ftnUtelt A V toopr»M, i»4Ur %. Mnovtif. I a
•aoqaa faafah M*-» k Ht-«aparu p. Utr I. ardt, Br. t- v a
oArt H. Hoval, Orecer
fiWTfl WA^n.L,fr««|ilMil t' ^ViODWAPI VIO
fr*W't«nt K.CAIIJIT. 1re»i*\iaf. IUWAKU
ORfU.I'CivUry
I «. a. bdjtllll'l,
^(Vll bor*cwf^wfcTu^at'^fortal^hjALB4K3A
I
aat BeeelTe#.
fbrn freatt f.a a e vary tin. artloK
KuBBBTHOM A AUBBI,

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