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bony hands, and smiled as skeletons 3 re wont to do, and rattled their old bones in forced gleefulness over the drav vn battle in New Hampshire and Connecticut, which it pleased them to call 44 Democratic victor fhe Democratic papers are worry ing about Grant being elected again, and they give you the figures to (bow how easy it can be done if he wishes it. Well, there hasn't been a Democratic President since Jackson who could have got a first term over again, if the people could only have lwd a chance to vote on him again. Yet the Democratic papers had to be in a constant worry lest Lincoln should be re-elected for a third term. And now they are in the same worry about Grant. They must think that a Republican President suits the people pretty well alter all.— Gate City. "Take car© of my Civil Bights Bill."—Last words qf Charles Sum ner. The so-called Civil Rights Bill which has just passed the Senate is a legacy of hate and fiendish malig nity which Sumner lias left to the country. With all his boasted mag nanimity to the South, he hated Democrats to such a degree that he would have sacrificed anything, even his rotten back, to have seen a Dem~ ocratic girl sandwiched between two buck negroes in a theatre or stage coach.—Ottumwa Democrat. It is alleged that the Oftm^ or ganizations in the Southern States exclude colored men from member ship, and are adopting labor restric tions of so stringent a character as la terally to reduce the colored laborers to a condition of servitude. Our Northern Grangers should see to it that their Southern brethern do not, as the colored men now charge, transform their organization into "Ka-Klux Clubs" for the r&etttluve meflt of the blacks.—Ex. The Kansas Farmer unmercifully •cores the gentlemen composing the National Grange, and closes its lec ture by saying: "Within another year, it wHl matter little where the headquarters are located for, judg ing from the growing dissatisfaction and discord among the members of the order, it bids fair to become an interesting speculation as to where its hindquarters will be found within that period." The Anti papers of the State have been for a week or two assiduously endeavoring to negotiate a tri-angu lar marriage, the parties to be the State Journal, Beardsley, late editor of the Hawkey e, and the Grangers. Beardsley forbids the bans, and the Anti managers are disappointed. Central Iowa District Agricul tural Society invited lien Butler to deliver the opening address at the Fair in September next. With one eye open, Ben saw the advertising dodge and of course declined, plead ing 111 health and public duties. An effort is being made to raise 1100,000 for the endowment of a chair of English Literature for Cornell College at Mt. Vernon, to be occupi ed by a female Professor. Eighty thousand dollars of tho amount has taea secured. Ilaveas, of the Sigourney New*, wants to know the cause of the omi nous editorial silence in the Sixth district in reference to Congressional nominations and nominees. And so do we. A Council Bluffis maid of 23 years has sued a joan of CO for breach of ,JV mm. The Republic, speaking of those (votersin New Hampshire whoHUJ ported a State Temperance ticket, The Chicago Times la not 60 enthu- after mentioning the iact that their ,jc over the late Manhattan club votes if cast for the Republican nom "'athcrinj ast»oaie other Democratic inee would have secured his election, ^v^paiK,rs* speaks of it disre- says: "One thing, however, is clear, Lctfully »l»s it '-a gathering of i the Republican party that has been the dead," kind love feast [jn power has kept on the statute i'aiong ^,ne ancient skeletons from book one of the most exacting tem the graveyard of the ancient Bour- perance laws ever enacted by any bon party," ft*"* says, "the assem-jstate in the Union and, as has been Med skeletons nhcok one another's by the action of the prohibition ists the political power of the State is now to be turned over to a party whose platform openly declared for the loosest legislation in reference to the sale of intoxicating drinks. In other words, a class of voters pro- ies!'" It also speaks of the putrid fessing to seek only temperance in reminiscence styled the Democratic their political action have most ef fectually done exactly the opposite. party," and in various ways hints at A state of feeling not entirely com plimentary to the corpse.— Register. Before a court in Dayton, Ohio, the question at issue being is lager beer intoxicating, a German recently testified: '-If you drink five or six glasses of lager in a little while you yiH feel more pleasant as if you dribk live or six glasses of water in ttiesatue time, and if you drink five or six glasses of water in a little while you will feel more disappoint edasifyou drink five or six glasses of lager in the same time." The jury, after four hour's deliberation returned an affermative verdict upon »lSj)teof 7 to 5. This has been well nigh universally the result where a Prohibition polit ical party has been formed. How long before it will be understood and accepted as a part of the Democratic and liquor game?" Hon John A. Kasson has written another letter this time to Andy Felt, of the Waterloo Courier—in which he says: "I have neither bid farewell to one party nor all hail to another, but have simply declined a candidacy in order to leave my friends and opponents both free to choose as they would. In doing this I used some words which expressed dissatisfaction with the present con dition of public affairs. Of this I take nothing back, and believe there are few men who do not share with me in this dissatisfaction, as they re member Louisiana, Arkansas and South Carolina, and look at the Treas ury Department, or the photographs of Sanborn and Jayne, and reflect upon the currency question, and the absence of all intelligent leader ship in the.executive branch of the government." The Chariton Leader has for a time been luxuriously feeding in Anti-Mo nop pastures. Not findingthejclover agreeable to Its Democratic stomach, it now leaps back into the old pen, throwing Its heels in the face of the Grangers after this fashion The Patriot congratulates the public on having for once a pure Democratic paper in Chariton, and refers tousas the model of excellence. Thank you we plead guiky to the soft impeachment and hope that all the old Democrats of the county, who may have heretofore had doubts about our Democracy, will now come forward and subscribe immediately. Terms, cash." The Appanoose Times, the We think Congress would best serve the interests of the country, at present, by adjourning they might do some good at their homes in the way of raising potatoes, cab bage, etc. The Illinois Democracy will hold a convention and nominate candi dates for this year's election, to the infinite disgust of the New Party managers, who had called their con vention early, in the hope that if they furnished the tail the Democra cy would supply the rest of the dog that would win the fight. The agent of the Grangers at Stans ger, Mitchell county, took the grain of his brother Grangers to Chicago and sold it. After interviewing sev eral bunko and faro shops, where large fortunes are made rapidly by young men from the country, he left for parts unknown. The Daily Jlau-keye appears under its new management enlarged, and in quarto form. It ia now the largest daily in the State. Its saluta tory has the true Republican ring, and places the status of the paper be yond question. The State Register says that the to tal loss to to the fund of the Agricul tural College in consequence of the Rankin defalcation will bo about $13,000. An Arkansas man ia "traveling around delivering a lecture composed of eight chapters of the Bible, and none of his bearer* have detected the literary theft. The Republican Convention, for the nomination of member of Con gress, for this District, will meet at Oituiuw#* July lti\*-AjjpuH00$e Time*, ... I fn I'JJ.MI. I Mm 1 n. .'V' The "Davenport Dmdcrat very frankly says: "The Democracy aro now engaged combing My out of their hair." Gov. Carpenter was the chief ora tor at Keokuk ou Decorotion Day. 4 t, fk., 1*% ,-i, yj» 'J ..*4 Grant &N a Tyrant. Somehow the unpretending and quiet gentleman who iights hiscigar# with newspaper nonsense about Ca«arism and laughs at their ab surdity, fails of being a despot—even in that limited domestic arena where many men rule more tyrannically than forty Bombas rolled into one, He could not oppose his only daugh ter's love, though to gratify her choice was to make his home lonely beyond the power of gratified ambi tion to compensate.—New York Mail. Gen. John A. Logan will spea,k at Clinton, this State Ji^y *th. Original Notice. STATE OF IOWA. VM Marion County, To A. M. MARKS. Sir:—You are hereby notified that there is now a petition of the First National Bank, of Burlington, Wis., on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the State of Iowa, in and for Marion County, claiming of you six hundred dollars on a promis sory note, and that your property has been attached to secure said claim. Aud that unless you appear thereto and defend before noon ot the second day of the September Term, A. D. 1874, default will be entered against you aud judgment rendered tliereou. STONE tin & o »tc., tyiMhcr wilh a rhoice ioli«ct|on A NliW MUSIC BOOK KIT part men i» unnjnaled, and th.i .Mui-ic in ail A'cw, y. -.h atai A'jx'W. any two pltct-a tcinu worth tl.ii .-ire IUk FOR Aidrtt* Repub lican paper just bora at Centerville, says: This Is not a campaign paper, we have enlisted for the war, with a veteran clause, i. e., bread and but ter. e o En Aykks, [52-8-3] Pl'lTa Attorneys. JUST ISSUED! "TKMPKKANCK KCIIOKT' in th« tt a n«*w Hook, I'fp^Pialt* to euit th« want* of T«iuji*rane# Sucietioi'. itcoiitaioaa larx* n\iint,"r of wt-11 known T*i!iSoinf*, (ii'-os, A NEW GLEE BOOK Quartette, ChorutM, of written f«f.fcially I'r this *ck bv H»y», Tank*, ftewurt, 1rnsW. and nther wHI-known FOR TEMPERANCE USE. ,A„V. I'rif 75 eit-'**'-h. Suit, p--r fxpn»»i-.f.ir 87.50 P'T z »n I y. ur ci\Vr« .-nrl} a» w» nhall fill tnem fn th« order received. Sent. po«t»p»W on re ceipt of 75 Adtitru, PETERS,599 Brodway, N.I. faT- P- 11lX CrET THE BEST. The Beit Piano lr*trurtor: I'cter*' hck'ctic Price, $3 26 The Beit Ht-eil Onran lmtructon KiuktIV New Method...- ...Price 2 60 The Best Jnetrucior f«rih« Votec: Lu'idrn School for tlie Voto*-..Prlcc work. PABl'lJt fln( mailed po»t» punue SCHOOLS oript of 06 eeritn. Priw, fG per dozen. r,i PKTKHj.,590llroadWRy.S.Y. ANOTHER Fine Draught Horse Dan Siniek ha? recently purchased another Fine Stallion, which may at any time be so en at his stables in this city. This hor^e is a dark bay, without any white bus black ruane, tail and leg1*: h® J'^are old, and 16$ hands high -weighs 14i0 lbs. liis aire was a thoroughbred hnglinh Draught Horse, im ported from Canada to Pennsylvania, and cold there to Mr. 0. Ilenry, for $2,600. Mr Henry brought him to Warren county, thin State. His dam was a Messenger mare. All parties interented ia the improvement of horse stock are invited to call and pee this animal. __(46^1) jJcS3* Ready Writer (Patented May 3, 1H74) Finished In good style with fine varnishe* eedu holder*. Nnt to any address for 60 oanta It giv«s pertfet fatiafcctlon iu e*«ry cane. A* it compels the pupil to hold the and hand in proper pofltien and get the muxtnlar movement,no teacher can afield to do without it la A* «ut» wanted ererywhare, and good eommissies allowed. Addreis, O. W. JOLIT, Oweela, Iowa. $100,000 A On Improved Farms, INfull IOWA and MISSS0URI, for a t»rrn of years, at IOPKK CENT. INTERMIT For printed particulars, address, O*o. W. FKANX k DARIIOW, Bankers, Corning, Iowa. 7-43 ly New Store! New Goods! jam *ANIO PRICES! EWALT & WRIGHT, ban pmtOumi the efgoo* «mmif med Kiaeei, aad will eoatiiitMlk* Mlmm *k® stasd on the SOUTH SIDE OF PUBLIC JlgUARE, E*OXTIUE. Duf have beta Cast ni puchaa«4•larg* NewOoods in addltioa, mk fttU UM PJIY GOODS, WOCERIE8, HATS AND CAPS, ... V BOOX^ AND SHOES, ftoelu r"- -J-?.* *il it»• 5 NOTIQNS, ETC. •»d «iU MD at yaala paMaa. W» «M I 1 -7 ii *'•*. C»' 5 !,*w '-'ii 'Hut H4 U iwsr ^*rr~*^T k l\Q off THE C. n«w m«lo- rt to u O a •H eQ CS 3 60 The Best (iuitur Iiiftruotor: Worrall'x (luitar ......Price 1 60 The Beit C./llertlon lor Male Voice*: Panirerfi*«t Price 1 60 The Beat Collection of Mixwd Voice*: No IMun Ultra Qlae Book Price 1 60 The Best Collection fna Church and Home: The ehMl.T Pttct 1 60 The Beft School Hong Book: K&iry Kctioe* ..Price 66 The Best Instructor for Accordion: Srdtfwick'g Complete Method.....Price 1 60 The Best Instructor for Concertina: i'.j«wick Cuinpli-t.- Mt'Oio.T....Price 1 SO 599 BroVidway,N.Y. TTTCJT TOQTTT7"n w «8 a o 8 2 Vfv cal1 thn IjOJ lioijUrjD. attwntion of Tcaohera to our new work, "FAIKV KCiiOKS" as being the latest ari lest w rk for Siuirinf-claMrr. HARVEST FIELD TIIE CIIAITIPIOX 1* the Brat romlilntd two-whfflfd Hrnper and Mowi In the vrorld. Ths Champion hfta no Kqunl In t*ktncr up (,'rnln. Tin- Champion Mower IN tlx- FnrmrrS' Favorite. I»artle» wiiniliis mmlilnes «rr InvH'tl to •all ami e*aiuliif the srveral vnrlette* of chrnnjiloii* which we have on hand. & CO., Oppc-*if Tr- muv.t //-..'.or, Knoxville, Ivrat. GUSTAV EBERHART, NORTH r. VST COUKKIt KNOXVILLE, I'l CJLIC S()UABE, EDWARDS, •v 401 Court Artnur, Aboni Mock. iii:H i«wa AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED CHICKERING AND SONJSP PIAOS Peloubet, I'elton €o's Ntaiidard Organs, And other good mukcH of instruments. ALL 1 NSTllUMKNTS WAIi- W. K. RIGrG. bK.AI.KK IN WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY. TOYS BPECTACLKH, MUSICAL IN8TRU MENTRI AND FANCY GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO RE PAIRING. 8ION OP HI"} WATCH NORTH SIDE OF SQUARE. Wind m« with osre unrt 1 r»»t utt MU And l«*t ute h*v« f»ir piny, Acl I to ?nu »ill try ftn'J tell Xbe jjieoi*e timu of lie Bat If perchance I rtonld rtop And falltoKlT* the hour. Then t»k« ok* quick to Klin?"* *hcp, And ho will give me I'"""- KANTK1). Time payments if doniml. A. If. RRORST, Affcnt for Knoxville and vicinity. 6: "Cannot my what in the maiier wilh my watch, 1 think it mw* fleaniii«.M '•oil no pnpa d«*r. 1 think it wdntiPl^inllfi bi'Rsum il»ly «nd I hid it wwblngia the bealn fort** er (*o long thU momiDg." CLOTHING! L. KNOXVILLE, TIM ,t 0 I 1 i I CLOTHING HALL! r^-wxw, *c IOWA. A rt wr S C99 5 3 I OB s •?2r I UOINu 1856 1874 STILL RXjNNTNGr Oppenheimer GOODS Gents'Furnishing Goods,Hats, Caps, Trunks,Valises,eiu. Remember, East Side of the Square. TfroniMT CASH PKICE8 PAID FOB HIDES, PEITS AND FUE8 /r.-U« a vu? -wi- t' v I '1 4 is.-'Ui* •A*' Is And Better than Ercr! it-." :V DB.SCOLKS' DRUG STORE (Established In 1856) North Side Public Rque&t+i KNOXVILLE, IOWA. 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