Newspaper Page Text
PELL A, IOWA, Agent for Chicago Elastic Stone Roofing Co., llarlng adopted for bi* Motto, MQaIek dt bis so pu spoken desired would be at least in llMk. Sales and Small Profits,'' Cestinue* to giro Mtiifadion to all »bo may fnirti him with a call# H« If abaady receiving and filling ap hla Large Warehouse with Farming Implements of ail kind* for the tra^le of 1872. Ilckeepi tket, ne bat the Heft to be bad in the mar and aeils at the Loweil Figure*. Hall at hit Warehouse for Best Brand af SALT. •Louisville, Utica and Akron Cement, Michigan Stucco oV Plaster Paris, and Plastering liair, O W S Of ill kind*, from three or four of oaf Baat Factorial. Bob-Sleds with Iron Runners, A Cu("trior Article, manufacture^ by Kelly, Price A Co., and warraniod to carrj up Five Thousand Pounds. Road 8cr»per*, Cane Mills, Kled Runner*, frin the tarns Firm. Tha celebrated Wilde Htalk Gutter*. Cham pion Fuming Mills, VanDever, Diamond •ud 8t.tr Cum Placer*, the uarvalei lila'k Hawk Iron fleam Cultivator, the Northwest Iron-Leaui Cultivator, Union, Wilde and Reindeer Wooden-Beam Cultivator*, Com bined Walking and Hiding Cultivator*. ANDREW &, OO'S Wagons! ffaviag made arrangement* with Aadrew A Co. fir the vale of their Wagon*, with full power to represent them in tho innrke I would heie call attention to their popular Watron, too well known here to require te »eriptioD. KufT.ce it to la that Andiew & Co. have enlarged th-ir work*, and now h»vo faoi iii»i lor manufacturing on a large jmIo, hoping t« be ablu to fill all onler* promptly Their pr nt Mock of material #Ver t-roilK 1t r•diana n the to Wagon thailing to pieca* in a few ye«ra. Wo bavo kbiueiime* been told thnt o»r w»g •tin did not give jatisfaotion—tha*. they oroke dawn. .V« but upon examination we Onl t)iai tho*e brukon-down wasona »ere at *ouio other »bop Chd not by Anilrow 4 'JQj,. The Autlrew Co. WoyiK h» lu enk fywu! It 1* fully warrante «'|U tl if not au peviur to utiy w.igon in the murket, made cither e.«»t or wen. To pai tie* in need of a Wagon wa wouM »*y, w "l "'"ke it 'o jof.r iiiterent to giv« tit, a iall. You will have to y no m^ro flir a l«i olu.K. IIIHU other purlieu lor a I or Wiigoti. K u n y Improvement* have Wo aided to the Wngt.u Itr tbe trade ot !1*72. rtll order* adili^f'i'cd to ine, to msm lurgoxt thi* ?iat Uet( enI i» all fimt- ela**, every piec buying been veiy carefully (•ullid out I.D'I n'e-ied by one of the Unit We invite fpccial attention to the Work. Ma tie hip a* well a* to the quality of the ma tati«l, which is «H fiiet-ciu-"1 in every par. titular, liotliii cbei.p or serotnl -rule bei n»el. We invue partio* to enaiuine clou ly Ike quality of the iron Work ai:d the Paint- LLG. I'.aeh wagon in painted with TIIUKR Hiitvr CO .ITS, then Oriiaiujnivd ''e htyh Mt *ty lo of the art ut.d Vnrt.'fhed ith i*ir. I-Coach V»roifh. 'J ho body oi the Wagon ii jpadeof i s -cl it as I'im: lumber. The preference given to tha Andrew A Co Vvgon in tha p*»t ij tuficient evidenee of ita pupu ^riiy. Our cuKtomer* need have no 'ffcirn ol iuoio tire*, or lo«*« handi*, or of the THE IOWA VOTER. KNOXVIMIK, MARCH 7, 1S(2. Republican ounty Conven tion. The Republicans of Marlon County will meet in Mass Convention at the Court House in Knoxville on SATCK- DAY, MARCH 23D, 1872, AT 2 O'CLOCK An- tfraw k 0»., will racalve prompt attfUttW. US. X23L S 3 v o O 3 i *COMPARISON IS INVITED Yet tho »f«y Pump* end Price* wl-h thone of other». M'Gretror h.l'ri'«» abilUt irritable tern charged, one halt of those Urretolora a favlng of mo per good lookinR i*0 chnnas'and h« tllii-tr'tid Pr caat. ta List an.I Circular, toned whea li'iill In* ruction* or n-ulng »n.l n patr love" with a pump*, w 11 be g'vau to all uppliounte. that the day wa engaged. -Tboie wishing ClI'tOAOO FAltM No, not enga$( by Bhe was too tt'0it0 Temple For*, or any other L0 I above figures. S£rcwfan'i'« WILLIAM RAMSAY. Philip to apneiiir blessing. Phil, wllil the blessi P. M.f for the purpose selecting, A. liO 11 Twelve Delegates to attend the Re-, publican State Convention which will meet at I)es Moines on Wednesday, March 27, 1872, for the purpose of se lecting Twenty-two Delegates to the National Union Republican Conven tion to be held at Philadelphia on the nth of June, 1872 said County Con vention to also attend to any other business properly coming before it. A full attendance of Republicans from all parts of the County is earnestly re quested. By Order of Rep. Co. Cen. Com., C. L. COLLIKS Ch'n. (41) tm "I AT REST. DEDICATED TO THE PRTEWD8 OF MRS. AONEH COLLINS. Smootli back the tangled hair from off her brow 8he does not heed yoa now. Cross the white hands upon the pulse leas breast She is at rest. Kiss the cold lips that answer not your kiss— la death's pang worse than tbls? 0! is there agony that can compact With this despair? Cut from the tangled maw one waving tress, To treasure and caress. Take one last look upon the peaceful face— One last embrace. "He doeth all things well," the Scrip tures say— We may not see the way Thlnkonly that in Heaven with Jesus, blest, She is at Kit. in- lfson bef te chipi'inic. Th« o'ik in the te»t, upland timber, nnd the hiokory ia Indiana llillfile febellbark, all alr-driad twu j$/tr4 but' r« uned. for womati'sllfe, atbpst, Isoneof pflln, And death is woman's gain. Itor shc lias gone where pain will never come— To Christ, and home! Let this one thought be aolaoe in your giief, And bring you sweet relief: She it at rent—at rest forevcrmore— All sorrow o'er.: S. A. s. Knoxville, Feb DISTRICT COURT convenes here next Monday, with a Docket numbering 21 Criminal, .'ill Law, and 22 "Chancery Unassigned" cases. CITY MARSHALS.—By virtue of the new law, approved last week Wednes day, the Marshal, Deputy Marshal and Policemen, in every eity and town in Iowa having 1,000 inhabitants and up ward, are hereafter to ho chosen by tho City Council, and are to hold ofilcc only during the pleasure of the Coun cil. The law is now in force uud a copy of it may be seen at our Office. LOST, yesterday, in or near Knox ville, a clasp portmonnaie containing '$40 and other valuables. A suitable reward will be given for its return to IUIP at Knoxville. JOHN A, PHILLII'K. March 7, 1872. Cr' fSoon Pins.—Mr. Jame* living miles cast of town, lately sold four pigs, of his own raising, which were 10 months and 17 days old, *nl which averaged 300 pounds. BUSINESS CHANOK.—Chas. Robin son, the Photograph man, uud his brother, T. C. Robinsoiip of Illinois, have purchased Mr. A. Hamrick's Marble business, implements, stock, building and lease. The latter Mr. R. will be here, with his family, in a lew days, and take charge of the business. A GOOD ON B.—Oneof the best things we have seen ill pri\it lately is to the effect that, during the drouth of last Fall, the people of Freeport became so alarmed about 11 ro that they sent a Commit lee out-around the country to learn the usual method of conducting prayer-meetings! Tliey might, well a y e r- u i e e i i u s e y send for good and cheap Boots n FIVE CENTS BETTER.—We will still receive three or four hundred bushels of corn ou subscriptions and our old ... ii accounts, and allow 35 cts. per busfiel, Local and Ml3C6*13J160u5«j\vhiehisocte. per bushel mof# i4utu has heretofore been given*. COLLEGE REPORT.—Prof. Foote, ofi the State Agricultural College, will please accept our thanks for copy of the Fourth Annual Report of the frustees of this Institution. It is a jamphlet of 22.J pages. In glancing WE ANGED 1)I8 Prof. F. has ar itb care—as case with the DCPARTMENT w geems tQ Ik} the dher Departments. In the Catalogue o* Students for 1871 we find Marion Oitirify thus represented Miller F. Akirshall, Knoxville, Junior Class, M'fhaiiical Course Sarah Grafe, Pel la Fresh man Class Adelade Mathews, Kioxville, Freshman Class Mary A. lJjfkerand Nora E. Miller, Knoxville, not fully accepted as Freshmen. To tal students, ^20. The lirst Term for 187:1 began yesterday, Gth inst., and titers July 11th. By the way, we ndice that Prof. Mathews, in the re pot of his Department, remarks that inAugust last he sent some yentie iiqissock pears, raided on his place in Kioxville, to the well-known Horti fuUirist Charles Downing, Ivq., who J-ailof them "They are the finestspec ItntBs of tliis variety I ever saw." 4 l'i s," remnrks Prof. Mathews, "com ingioin such a source asitdoea, tea hig\compliment to Iowa." SlbcNE88.—It seems to us that we nevj before knew of so much slck ti-.«-itone time in this region as there is inv. The prevalent diseases ap peal :o be bilious attacks, rheunia tiatuuid lung fever. What are the tntisit?—-the climate? the weather? the food ml habits of the people? or what else? We could not gw» »ui!iciet) rcasoe for any answer. tm mm TIIIMONROE RJ:L(H'.I of last week devote«ome attention to the town of Ited Rck, in this County, and says the plat now has "two stores, a gro cery, she shop, blacksmith shop, and about 4Jfa:nilies." And it remarks that "a ery neat dwelling, with large and wcllfeneed lot, just opposite the hotel, is .'ported to havesold recently fr a watli and ten dollirs." Well, the wntchmist have beai a remarka bly valuale one, or elsethere was no such snle. Red Itoek netds a railroad, it is true—*ut property here isn't so low as tha report represents, by a long shot. And from the same paper we Clip the followingOtUy iteiia: llendersholifc lMme/l.v are «rillliiff up tliousamU ot bithf.'s oi eoru. Th«*y have ii crib of size as soon as needt A projected man the current subject Otley. 1 be first white State of Illinois, in Otley. lb* was 4 "American Bottom i Shoes, Dry Goods, Ac., to Jenkins & Wilson, southwest corner of Public Square, Knoxville. THE REPRESENTATION front our County in the State Agricultural Col lege, for the term beginning yester day, according to our best information, ia as follows, naming only students: Misses llattie Porterfiehl Alice Ham rick, Alice Hanks. Alice Cunningham, liillie Cherrie, Lillie Boydston, Nora E. Miller and Mary A. Barker, and Messrs. M. F. Marshall and trial. olh distillery is conversation at in born in the J. Talbott, lives II in 1804, on. the in "Egypt." A JOINT D»SCI»N was held on (lie evening of theth ult., at School Mouse No. 10 in IvKville Township, by previous arrang.ent, between the Marsh Club and tlifee Club. Sub ject: "Resolved, tlihe use of ardent spirits is a greater Ininity to the hu man family than M" The Fee Club allirmed, and llie lull Club took the uegative—the foyr giving eight speeches, and thtjtcr thirteen. C. Kee, Jr., waa cliji l'res't Messrs. NVm. Barnes, Trim Curtis, Doras Mi ley and Ilenrjiehholtz Judges and E. K. Wood1', Alt', and Osbin Marsh, Neg., availing speaker?. The debate was ducted with great zest and energy, in a gentlemanly manner. Messtl'hilip and Win, Gilbert and Jolulliolt won special commendation, 'ho Judges disa greed, and the lident decided that tl/e Negative eail the day. [NOTE.—For 1 of space we have had to abridge S'what the account given by our py correspondent, E. K. W.J i BANK BUILI.—See Koti* for Bids, in this pa MM1 IN PLEASANIT.K THE religious awakening in tkst few weeks, as we are informer been powerful and general, so so that it is com motily said thail Pleat-antville has joined the Chu1' We rejbice to i nnd tape tlio Hear of thw, good work iliiiu likriin m.'ilirn luti'mn nn/l thus beguu majvepermanent and effectual. Since the aboaragrapliwas writ ten wo have led more tiefinitely that the Chris (or Camphellite) Congregation cteneed a series of meetings, near 'weeks ago, in the Sv-hool House iieasantville, under the preaching ov's lily, Iteed and Cheetam. (Jp'uesday noon over sixty persona lunited with the Church. OtlHi'iioniiriatioiiB are joining earnest] the work. The' Win. meetings continithu imitating in terest. Rev. (Vhcetam has been •Ilornaday of Knoxville. At other Institutions outside of the or probably willemployed as pas County our County is also well reprc- tor. Funds haien subscribed for Rented bot we are unablo now to give the erection of ijcli building lobe names! leommouc.-d SpHng. GRANDJCRY.—TheVenireof ner, 4,l"U»tif'l)t'ls near tlie trafk, atnl have jit-,built one 1 feet witle by 100 feet t« which is almost full, and will hmUlpother of same THE MINER of last week says: "Mr. CONCERT AT PELLA. Prof. Cotton Joseph Johnson of this Township has 'and Class will give a Grand Concert at a cow that has brought him six calves the College Chapel in Pella tomorrow within the last 23 months, and the (Friday) evening, performing the first two now havecalvesof tlicirown, Cantata A W inter Evening s Enter making an increase of eight head from tainment" in character and with ap one cow within 22 mouths. Whose propriate scenery cow can beat that?" The new Woolen Factory at^Iarys ville is to be in running onto* by the 1st of May. AT THE POOR HOUSE, as we are in formed by Mr. Sup't Robinson, there! No. pupils enrolled are now 18 inmates. The general Average daily attendance health at the Institution is not very Average daily absence good—colds and rheumatism being Per cent, of daily attendance prevalent. The three children at the Average standing on examination House, as advertised some weeks ago, i of pupils tardy have been provided with homes on of cases oftar^din ess Grand Jurors for this year is as follows: John Cordon, Clay Tp. P. K. Bonebrake, Indiana Joseph us Cronkhite, Knoxville John Rogers, Lake Prairie Levi Nossauiau, II. Eysink L. VamlerLinden I. I. Kisner, Liberty B. T. Davis, John Terwi11 iger,PleasantQrovw John Fisher G. S. Smith, Red Rock Andrew Dounel, Summit John F. Baldwin, B. W. McCorklc, Washington OVSTERICAL.—Duringthe past Win- has been in the habit of clearing his counters once or twice a week, in loyal wives kept lonely vigil at domestic grate. Last Friday evening (this being leap year) said loyal wives, to the number of near a dozen, having previously arranged the matter with tho host, entered In a body at the op portune moment when their lords were about to seat themselves at the table. Tills was a complete surprise to the gentlemen, pome of whom, in cluding Revs. Briggs and Frey, it id proper toHt.i.e, had been di yed iln're for the occasion. Full provision had been made, and all sat down and par took with double relish. Some toasts were then offered, and appropriately responded to the ladies oiTcrtd their arms to their faithfuls ami led tliein away in triumph, doubtless improving the opportunity to read tlicm some wholesome domestic lectures. The affair was a very pleasunt one, and was fully enjoyed by all present. NEW HOIMOMIOL'SE.—Geo. W. Haynes, Esq., writes us that thero is to be a new Sehoolhouse, 21 by 28, witli solid rock wall foundation, built in Sub. Dist. No. 1 of Pleasant Grove Township to be let to tho lowest re sponsible bidder. C. C. Riueliart is the new Sub Director. PURCHASE.—Messrs. A. W. Collins and A. J. Kerr have purchased from Mr. Bates the south half of the east third of Lot 8 in Block 3, (northeast corner of the Square,) Knoxville, for 1,(500,. Our notice of the sale of sume property last week was wrong in one re-pect. Mr. Hodges sold only bia undivided half iutcrest. GOOD IN THE WORLD —Tboa. Bar* reft, E*q.,of Knoxville, whose daugh ter, Mrs. Collins, died on the L7th ult., In a conversation last week seemed overflowing with gratitude for the kindnesses ho had received in his af fliction, not only from friends and t:c quaintances here but from stranger^ mos the evening, and spreadingan informal truthfulness of the above state oyster-lunch for such as chose to par take. Quite a number of "Merchants, Lawyers, Doctors," Etc., who have a generous fondness for "oysters roasted, fried or stewed," were wont to call at Jenkins'after business hours and spend a half-hour together in a jolly way over the fresh bivalve, while their Railroad men, Hotel men and others. |^'ean'u£ Mr. Barret was up in Guthrie County when a telegraphic dispatch was sent him, informing him of the sudden change for the worse in his daughter's tlisease and everybody seemed to make the utmost exertions to speed him toward home. Mr. Barrett speaks in the very highest terms of the remark able kindness shown him by the of ficers of the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad, nnd by the proprietor of the Given House at Des Moines. We are glad to record this,and thank-' feel ions, there is yet much good in tbe world. RAILROAD NEWS We think it will be a good tiling, and would like to go. Admittance 25 cents. MONTHLY REPORT of Knoxville Public Schools for the month ending March 1, 1872: No. of pupils truant No. of cases of truancy No. of cases of corporal punishment 3 No. of cases referred to Sup't 0 No. of visitors «s 13 The branches taught in the present Term are Latin, Natural Philosophy, Algebra, Physical Geography, English Grammar, Analysis, Arithmetic, &c., &e., including all the common branch es. I have the most satisfactory evi dence that the pupils throughout the Schools are making rapid and thor ough advancement, in their studies. The Schools are passing along very Smoothly indeed—a deep interest manifestedon th.? part of both Teachers and Scholars. I can conscientiously say that in all my experience in teach ing I have never met a collection of BCjl0ja,.9 so ter, Mr. Jenkins, the good-natured generally as the scholars Dry-Goods man on the southwest cor- Uj1(]er easily governed andso well control at present. We do codially invite the patrons to cajj aiJtj gee US( an( meats themselves. SPANISH KINO PLUMS.—Our citi zens will soon have an opportunity of securing these celebrated trees. Mr. Jonn A. Liike, of the Hamilton Nur sery, writes us that he will be in Knox ville in a short time to take orders for these Plum trees. His prices are 75 cts. per single tree, or $S per dozen, at his Nursery at Hamilton or, if he de livers them, the price will be $9 per dozen. Persons desiring this npagnifl ceut fruit should not neglect this a,,f' n"ai"' is nr 1 ul ful for everything proving that, in the J.t0rpUnHU !"n desert of human weakness and imper- a8.ma».V 0 our mper not quite so much as we expected. Mr. Grinneli still sloshing around somewhere else, and hasn't been here. ("apt. Tracy, Engineer of the Construction Com pany, has been Inspecting the ties already got out along the line and went yesterday to survey a portion of the ungraded line between Knoxville and Lovilla. This and various other circumstances point to resumption of active work as soon as theconditionof the ground will allow. Capt. Christo fel tells us that he will go to driving piles on the O(39tf line forthwith. speed the work Well, new ones as wish City friends who w THE NET PROCEEDS of ,\K, at the Baptist Church ik lust week were $89. Tans testify 4 9. A. ROBERTS, 8up't. CHICAGO, Feb'y 22,1872. ED. VOTER:—The thought has oc* curred to me that since the great fire in Chicago our numerous merchants ...... and others visiting the City from old tlie MikrioI1 (jouutv wou,d besomewlint at ]ogs km)W Qt wImf HoUfl to st()p on their arrival and always having the good of my friends at heart, I have been looking out a little for tliem in that particular, and can now say to all, Call at the St. Janus Hotel. The fare is the best in the city the wait ers, clerks and attaches tho most ac commodating and obliging and rates as reasonable as could be got any where of the same kind. And besides that, I stop there, and will see that all is right. I board there, and know whereof I speak. J. R. DCNCAK, UNION TOWNSHIP voted against the I. M. & N. P. Railroad Tax last Satyr day, as we are in formed by a note from friend Ruckman. The total vote polled was 100—the largest ever polled iu the Township, by 10 votes. The vote for the Tax was Co against, 104 majority against the Tax, 39. The Township had been very thorughlv canvassed before tiie EleotlOh and this result seems decisive. ould en joy a superior article of Flour, we would say that theever-reliable, never failing Expressman F. Balzer, will at any time deliver to you a sack of this beautiful table ornament and unri vale 1 apctizer, free of charge, if you will only give him a slight hint that you are tired of eating poor bread. JONLIS, MCCLATCHEY &VANHOUTEN. A CARD.—Theundersigned desire to express our most, earliest and heartfelt thanks to the people of Knoxville for their kind and unwearied attentions and care during our late affliction. May God reward them, and more also. THO?. BARRETT, C. C. COLLINS. Knoxville, March 1,1873. TAX COLLECTIO, County last month, f„r taxes only, amounted to )V r. considerably above the notwithstanding the ti 'h? FOR SALE, OR LEASE en Factory, well situate of doing good work, y, site and the factory coa- j,. 003 on good terms, or wil, chinery separately. E. F. Sperry, of Knoxv i i (.1,37tf.) 300 296 48 82 88 64 95 1 1 CENTRAL UNIVERSITY tution is now in successi'u',,! under a Full Corps of j. Teachers. Special atteuti ,:'. to Music, the preparation o i Mercantile Education, (JJw.k. &e.) Board,with rooms,fin^., furnished at $o per week. For furtherparticulars, o uddressthe undersigned, ut i l'Jtf. Rev. L. A. I v Bids Waiiitd. f}IDS WILL BlT^KIVr the 2.'5il inst. for llie en:-i Bank Building, two i-.n ment, situate on the l' Knoxville, Iowa. Iinildii Plans and Specifications at the KnoxvilieNational ville, Iowa. E. B. W' ''"»iR A. J. K::M S. L. (.'or.M.v Building (i,niiTii Krtox viile Jfatictial March 1,1872. Sc Vt i We desire to *11 c:ir Two mile* flcutbaa**. of KnoxvUn under fence, 120 in cultivate n, a. 4 Timber. For tews e» quite Mei-u undertlscncd. THOM.S VC 'II. 5 36 tf JohN i'loMiir.i OVERTONE DRUG ST0K DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHK^ICALS. dlLS, PAlNTF V A KS IS Toilet aod Faney Arti3le»,»rJ Et» usufilly'kept in a FIRST CLASS DRUG 8} May be fonad *4 jail timet, at ikt prlccH, at the PRKSCRIPTION DRCC ST Northeact Comor of the" Publie ,K*OXVII.LB IOWA. The underpinned, having mar.agement of op portunity. 40 KNOXVILLE FI.OCKI.NO MILLS again in full operation. We take pleasure in informing our numerous customers ami friends that we have just finished remodeling our Mills In the most ap proved style. The internal works of the Mills have been entirely renewed, and the latest and most improved tbcalx^o 1'rrj S' having iia.l sevi-n ye:ir8' conPt.iut" and s i lly i 1 tha v s i i e s s in 8 "Iicitiiig the patronage af tM|m guaranteeing silistactiou. Physician8* Prcsmy compounded at all hours, the most scrupulous cure. K. W. WOOD! Vaaxvllk.F*'? lft,MTI. E e w I u s e i AFTER Bolting Machinery has been procured, and now occupies the place of the old. Hence we are now prepared to wait upon the general public with better satisfaction, both in regard to qualify and quantity, than we have ever been before. Parties desiring tho old style of cus tom grindingand tolling, in preference to mi exchange, can be BO accommo dated and the system of exchange will also be continued. We shall be pleased to see all our old friends back AN IOWA FXPr-aic: StVEKTK KN YE/Ul-, "P«ri with Fruits, and in Mur-ery, Viucj^ Orchard culture g. i-er.rll.V) JAMES MATHEWS *3 Huve the pleasure of ann°un«ii'S are prepared to supply, from the'f Kuoxville, Marion wcunty, 1 One el' (lie Choicest Ctlitt'''|* NURSERY SIOJJK, f-r «'»r c!l to be found In the ^tst' Among Al'PlifW. our lok that haro bean f.iu^id to bo Proliac, and vf the UcU Quality. We have in propagation ncP-rly*il and Rnro Varietie.i I'"j iui8 'J®'1« found liurdy and Vnluabli' in ih® 1 A Large Stock of Ftr:.!'^}", English Morelio therrle#—* i a A r* Lombnrd, Miner, Wild Coose, n hardy varietit of i'luuia. About Foitj rnrietiei "f Craft''*'" the Newest and Bust to5"tbi' i A Lar^e Collodion -f B-" 4 Choicest orapt-B and Pi-arfc AU uf whii will be toil* «hd JUt'iH, i itf '/rtt* can be jiU'ch '*"1 J' ettailiihinei i" eouul'J 1VERYTUIN(J WARR''^TBW TO NAMTF- Wa keep an hand, aNo, an neinrtm*" Bust ai.d Uatdie*t Evergreens, and wrnnHniBW1'fr 47 PAINTING! •ri a *4 •KT? "7I T: "W. "V57. llou»e, »ijf« i:a(fc- 1M js Graining, UUzit'g *nti done in the lUnt Stle kr.. Job* taken aud itockmrnif Figurn. u .j /Birl Inrlte »peoia' attentto O A K A N N o And ohallt nge hti a one i" pete with it. Call a tee mtattuy 1/Umbor Yard, linoxv'ille. 3t iveu to CouAttjf rtufii'