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Saturday, and that he wa» repulsed. It
is believed, however, that there was no-' tiling more than a rwonnoissanee, and that having ascertained the place to be .strongly defended, (Jen. Hunter with drew, and i* operating upon the enemy's comimuiii-iUions at other point*. A dispatch I'roin Gen. Sherman's quarters, dated yesterday evening at half past eight o'clock, states that it has rained almost incessantly, in &pite of which our lines have been pushed for ward steadily, and an important position has been gained by Gen. Howard. The euerny made a desperate attempt to re take this position last night, making seven distinct assaults on Gen. Whita ker's brigade, of Stanly's division, and losing not less than or 800 men. -00 were ieft in Whitaker's front. The as sault was followed bv a heavy fire of ar tillery, tinder whicli the position was fortif'iud and is now sale. Our cavalry is across Wood creek on our left, and one brigade of the liod corps is across Nase's creek on the right, but the rebel left is before a swamp, and the rains prevent any advance. The lighting has been [UiU*severe at all points, tiie enemy resisting stub bornly and attempting the offensive whenever he can. Gen. Large reports that there is no truth in the statement of the Philadel phia Inquirer, of the ^Ist, in relation to a raid of Mosby. Witheril is not occu pied by the enemy, nor the telegraph wires cut between this place and Har per's Ferry. No military intelligence has been re ceived n om any other quarter by thitf Debarment. [Signed] K. M. STANTON, Secretary of War. NKW YOUK, Juno ±J.—At a meeting of the Executive Committee of the na tional Democratic Committee held here to-day it was voted that in dett'erence to the desire of a very large number of the members of the Conservative I'nion Democratic party throughout the coun try, the meeting of the Democratic na tional convention bo posHMinvd to Mon day, August liitth, 18(4, at Chicago. (feigned] AUGUST UK L.MONT, FRED. l'linu i:, Sec'y. Chairman. A Newbern letter of the 18th, just re ceived, says: "The Federal transport steamer John Farran, Capt. ^mallman.hasarrivedhere from Newport, X. C., which place she left on the morning of the 15th inst.— The Captain reports having on his way taken oil' 14 of the crew of the gunboa't Lavender, which ran on Cape Lookout Shoals on the night of the 11th inst. The Captain's attention was lirst attract ed by a signal from the wreck, and upon nearing it he found the men clinging to a small portion of the hull, which was just out of the water. There was a heavy sea running, which made it almost im possible to relieve the sufferers, but a small boat was maned by the Captain and a chosen crew. On approaching the wreck the poor fellows, mad with hun ger and thirst, pushed into the boat, which immediately capsized, throwing the wjiole party into the breakers. It was then some time before all got back to the wreck. Captain Smallman then sprang on the boat, and after a time got her bailed out and went back to the rest. He then contrived to run a line from the Farren to the wreck, by which means all were brought on board. Some of the men were bruised in a feafful manner and much exhausted, having been on the wreck four days and nights without food. Capt. Glcason, of the Lavender, reports having run in the shoals at 11 o'clock on the night of the lltli. The Lavender was a new boat, this being her first trip. She sailed a low days before for the blockading squadron oft'Charles ton, where she was to have been used as a tender. When she left Philadelphia her crew eonsistcd of i! all told, nine of whom were either drowned or died of exposure. The Farren remained for some time to try and save some things from the wreck, but in two hours it went to pieces. Upon the arrival of the Farren the survivors were sent to the naval hospi tal where they will be cared for. Capt. Glcason, of the Lavender, begs to return his sincere thanks for rescuing himself and crew from their perilous position. Also, to all the olficers of the Farreea for their kind treatment of them while on board. WORMS! AYOK.MS!—Mothers,save your Children, Thousands of Children' die yearly from Worms whose lives might b» saved. Mothers, use Dr. Church ill'x Woi ui which will surely kill and expel them from your chifdren. Children will eat them as readily as any c-andy. For Coughs, Colln, £*c., inc b'Mcldx' Compound Cough Lozenges. For sale by all druggists in Muscatine and by druggists everywhere. Jnnel-fdawly. BUSINESS NOTICES. CAM.—We take pleasure in announcing that the -Senior member of the Faculty of the cele brated .St. Louis Throat and Lung Institute, I)r. B. F. Royall, is now on his way to St. Paul, and has consented to stop at our city for three or four days, some time during the last of this month, arriving about the 21th or 25th. This i an opportunity never before presented to the af flicted of Muscatine and vicinity. The St. Lou is Throat and Lung Institute is widely and just ly celebrated for its cures of consumption and all infectious of the throat, lungs and heart, as Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, Diptheria, Ulcer ated Sore Throat, Diseased Tonsils, Loss of Voice or Aphonia, Enlarged Neck or Broncliocele, Cancer, &c., and all clyonle diseases that- have defied the usual treatment and ordinary reme dies. You may consult the Doctor free of charge llo will be stopping at the Eichelberger Hotwl. v r.rr.vrr & Inker's celebrated Premium Sewing Machine Htitches and Embroiders so fieriectly that it is impossible to tell in which excels—for sale at the crockery store of Dilla wuy Bro., Weed's mock. janiM&w f- 100,000 pounds wool wanted, for which the hijjiiest market price wilt be paid in cash by BOTHSCHII-D & Bito Muscatine, May .'V, '11—dwlm. GREAT Nf.WMFOK THE A FFI.KTED.—Dr. Fcr rard, tiie celebrated Spanish physician and sur ge HI, who is now permanently located in Dav enport, where for three months past he lias per formed many of the most miraculous cures ever performed in the Vuiteti States, will visit Mus cat ine, and may be consulted at the Eiehelber ger House, on Tuesday, June 28th, and every su ceeding Tuesday in each week for five mouths, on blindness and all diseases of the eye, deafness and all diseasi* of the ear, bronchitis and all diseases of the lungs, (except consump tion, which Dr. F. does not profess to cure,) dys pepsia. liver complaints, diseases of the heart, kidneys, bladder and urinary organs, falling fits or epilepsy, gravel, neuralgia, dropsy, shcu niatism. disease* of the bowels, nervous debili ty, •atarrh, piles, diabetes, indolent ulcers,and all cutaneous eruptions, enlarged neck aud all female complaints ineidentto the sex. Dr. Fer- rard's medicines are all purely vegetable, and prepared by himself, obtain one of Dr. F.'s circulars and %»ad many important cures per form ed in Davenport and vicinity. Dr. F. will be in Muscatine every Tuesday morning by the first, train from Davenport. TEKMS.—Consultations free and confidential, but all medicines must be paid for an delivery. Muscatine, June 17, ISftt—wlm. ATTENTION, COMX-ANY !—Volunteers who ex pect to retain their health unimpaired during the campaign, must see to it themselves: do not trust to the army surgeons supply yourselves witii Holloway's Pills and Ointment. Every English soldier's knapsack contains then.— If the reader of this "notice"' cannot get a box of Pills or Ointment from the drug store in his place, let him write to me, HO Maiden Lane, enclosing the amount, and I will mail a box free of expense. Many dealers will not keep my medicines on hand because they cannot make as much profit as on other person's make. 3o cents, 8S cents, and -'1,10 per box or pot. jeSllwlw L0ST- i u the road between Chambers' mill and Bur dii's farm, a small account book. The tinder will be liberally rewarded for leaving it at my house. jefflilwlw C. HERSHE. 0,ST. A memorandum book belonging to J. Bar nard, containing accounts of vegetables sold to persons in the city. Also, about $3,00 in cash.— The finder will be suitably rowatrdeU by leaving It at this offiee. je22d#t. THE JOURNAL. LOCAL department. FRIDAY MOHNINU JUNE 18(U. Kriurniber the li, Subscribers who liiul tills mark (X) after their names will understand that the time they have paid for has expired, and that the subscription must be renewed by advance payment If they wish the paper continued. I'Ul.W i: IUK1/1 JOIK\A I.. Tlit* Tri-Weekly is published Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday. at So per annum. Subscrip tions received for four or six months at the same rate*. In all ease.s ihe cash mu»l,nccompauy the subscription. New Terns* ol the Ually ami Tri-Weekly. On the 1st of July next, the subscription price of tiie DAILY JOCHNAL will b« advanced to $7,00 per year sent by mall, or S7,50 delivered in the city. The Tri-Weekly will be $4,00 per year, or SI cents ier month. Advance subscriptions for a year will be received till July 1st at the pros nt rates. XiucKtine County I'nion Convention. The t'nioni.stsof^Muscatine county arc invited to assemble in Mass Convention at the Court House, in the city of Muscatine, on Saturday, the 2d day of July next, at ten o'clock p. in., for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the State, Congressional and Judicial Union Con ventions to be held soon thereafter."and for the transaction of such other business as may be deemed necessary to secure a triumphant victo" ry at the polls in November. WM. K. DAVIS, Ch'n Central Com. HEAVY STORM.—Sunday morning be tween one and two o'clock this place was visited by one of the most terrible storms of rain and hail witnessed here for years. In the early part of the evening indications of the coming storm were visible and gradually in creased as the evening hours wore away —there being the most vivid llashes of lightning ever witnessed in any latitude —when, at the time above mentioned, the raging elements burst forth in all their fury, seemingly intent on waging a war of destruction against all the earth. The scene was both sublime and awful. The mouth of the sewer at the corner of id street and Iowa I venue was so obstructed by lumber, &c., from the furniture factory of AVienker & Co. that the water was forced out of its proper course, completely submerging the streets and causing cellars to lie filled in a very short time, by which some of our businessmen sustained very heavy losses. We believe every cellar from Iowa Av enue to Papoose creek bridge was sub merged. We have not learned the full amount of damage sustained, but that of Canon «fc Co., druggists, is estimated at ,001), Palmer's book store $100, Roths child & Co. very heavy. The railroad bridge over the mouth of Papoose creek is badly damaged, and a new structure will probably be required. The founda tion wall of the building occupied by H. W. Moore, Esq., was badly washed.— The sewer at the crossing of 4th and Walnut streets, having become obstruct ed, a large body of water accumulated in the hole adjoining the county jail. The occupants of that benign institu tion were threatened with a cold water bath, the water being about four inches deep on the lower floor. As the safety of the building was seriously endanger ed by the flood, Sheriff Hine, with his accustomed energy and promptness, had a force of hands at work at an early hour removing the obstructions to the free passage of the water. The ac cumulated dust of months has dis appeared from our streets, and to-day pedestrians can move about without be ing compelled to eat their peck of dirt in one day. We have yet to learn what, if any, damage was sustained by the crops in the vicinity.of our city. If the terrible storm of pelting rain has not destroyed them we shall regard it as akin to a miracle We shall never forget the sound of those hail stones as they fell upon tlfe roof and windows. We believe they were as large as boulders, but did not go out to make a critical examination.— From 9 o'clock p. m. until 2 a. m., we think it safe to say there was no cessa tion of lightning—indeed, as we have before said, we never saw the like. The parched ground was much in need of rain. Our farmers have insisted that their crops required a quantity of the same article, hut we have heard nobody express a desire for hail. We submit whether in the future our rains may not come with more moderation and less hail. Four and 20-100 inches of water to fall in- one night is doing very well after a drought. Such was the quanti ty.—Daily, 2"th. MOST NOBLY DONE.—A short time since when the subject of a festival for the purpose of raising funds for the treasury of the Indies' Aid Society was first broached, it met with little favor or encouragement. So many had already, in times past, been held for the same and other purposes, it was feared the people had become tired of and would not patronize them, however worthy the object. At the festival held in Tremont Hall, last Wednesday and Thursday evenings, however, the citizens*of Mus catine, already famous for Patriotic gen erosity, not only sustained, but greatly added to their reputation. People did not stop to inquire whether they would have a good time, nor vote festivals played out, but satisfied that the object was a patriotic, and, of coure, praise worthy one, gave it a most liberal pat ronage, the receipts amounting to nearly -S400. The hearts and pock ets of Muscatine's generous inhabitants are always in reach of an appeal for the benefit of soldiers, so many of whom have gone from our own midst. Two silver pitchers were voted for, to be given to the bravest officers from Muscatine county. General Hatch and the lamented Major John were the suc cessful candidates—ajust and true award to two of the bravest of Muscatine's sons, one of whom—a noble sacrifice to a glorious cause—was buried in our cem etery yesterday.—Daily, 18 fh. A QUEEII BIRD.—The "dog gaundest" specimen of a queer insect, fish, animal or what-not, we ever saw, is the new ad dition to Canon's aquariam. It is shaped like a fish, with transparent fins running the length of its back and belly, has four short legs, and feet shap ed like human hands, and apparently, six ears. It "gets us" as well as sever al other distinguished naturalists, to classify tlio hybrid. Call and see it. "Wobbison" will show his "points with pleasure. Now READY.—Mr. Jayne, Clerk of the District Court and Board of Super visors, informs us that he is now ready to issue warrants to the families of sol diers and mariners now in the service of the United States, for the amount allow ed by the Board at its recent session. |.]JHE OOPS' MAYOR IS fK.FLTXCK-KI.|~ The Mnjor's ifflee t» ki1 l'urlflMl. ImtM l*t»l»liMietl -t'Miirped Broken. Poorer Mr. Velie, who wax known to have been legally"elected Mayor at our last city election at the time the returns were canvassed by the City Council, litu fully established his right to exercise the duties and functions of Mayor, by the verdict of twelve men sworn to do their duty as jurors. The spirits of the Cops, in the city were high an exultant up to the hour of 7 p. m. of Wednesday, when it was known the jury luvd agreed after an hour's session. Their smiles, and winks and nods were frequent during the summing up of Funck's counsel.— They looked as though Funck was to reign until next March. They were congregated in small circles and looked happy. We were illing they should, for we were certain that their joy would be of but short duration. It really made us feel good to see the fellows en joying themselves so hugely. But alas! they have come to grief.' Their Mayor is no more. Funck will be compelled to fee his counsel from his per zhent," and have nothing to show for it. He muut release his hold upon the Mayor's docket and salary. His opportunities for speculating in city warrants are fad ing from view. A jury sitting upon the bench in our District Court have pronounced Funck a usurper—on a very small scale, we admit. They have pro nounced our abolition friend, Velie, Mayor of Muscatine. Thereat we re joice, and all good people rejoice with us. Next year we will do better and elect our candidate by majorities that cannot be questioned. Funck has great tenacity. Will he keep hin word and abide thiri verdict as he promised Great was Funck, but greater is Velie! —Daily, nth. THE FUNERAL OBSEQUIES OF MAJOR JOHN.—The Episcopal Church was fill ed to overflowing long before the hour announced for the commencement of he exercises. Sorrow was depicted on every countenance and a stranger among us could but feel that our city had lost a brave and noble man. The remains of the deceased were deposited directly in front of the Chancel. A beautiful collection of choice flowers rested upon the coffin. Notwithstand ing the presence of a large number of furloughed aud discharged soldiers, aoinc of them members of the 35th regi ment, it was concluded to dispense with the usual military honors incident to such occasions. The Ancient Fraterni ty of Masons were therefore entrusted with the conduct* of the obsequies. These were out in large numbers. A very impressive, eloquent and appropri ate address was delivered by Kev. Dr, Vail, Rector of Trinity Parish. His concluding sentences, wherein he refer red to our National troubles, requiring sacrifices, costly though they may be, and his practical suggestions taught by the solemnity of the occasion, were elo quent and impressive beyond anything we have heard otr like occasions for many years. We will not attempt to do the Rev. gentleman justice. The exer cises at the church were concluded by singing the familiar hymn, "I would not live always," &c. The coffin was then removed to the hearse, and the procession formed in the following order: Band.- -Masonic Fraternity. Hearse. Family of Deceased Citizens in Carriages. The number of citlasona following tiie remains to their final resting place was larger than we have ever seen in this city. In the procession, we saw Col. Hill, of the 35th, who is still at home, suffering from his wound. Passing down Second street, we saw suspended in the window of Compton's store, the battle flag of the nobie 35th—the flag under which the lamented Major John had so often marched and fought. The inquiry naturally arose in our minds, "Why did not this flag enshroud the rcmiiin3 of Major John?" What could have been more appropriate than that his own battle flag should cover his re mains It seemed to us a sad omission. Major John is no more on earth. He fell a martyr to his country's cause. His deeds will be enshrined in the hearts of a grateful people. While we mourn his loss, let us not forget those other brave spirits that fell in the same battle. Their remains are not with us, but their deeds are perfect. Peaceful be the slum bers of our fallen Heroes!—Daily, \&th. ANOTHER FAU.EX HKUO.-The re mains of Capt. Geo. C. Burmeister, who died of wounds received in the action of Yellow Bayou, arrived in this city Sun day night. The body, we understand, is now at the residence of Mr. Jellison. The funeral obsequies will be observed on Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, the Masonic fraternity giving to the dead its ancient honors. All Masons arc requested to participate Ouracquain tance with (.'apt. B. commenced with the memorable campaign, at which time he was a member of company K, from Cedar Rapids. We were frequently thrown together in the discharge of guard or escort duty, qnd it is but a small tribute to his. sterling qualities as a sol dier, to say that no man surpassed him for precision, discipline, and cheerful, prompt obedience. Some months after the expiration of his term of service, he came to the city to pursue his legal stud ies. During his leisure hours he ren dered efficient aid to our common school system, under the direction of our County Superintendent. He was pos sessed of a well educated mind, and gave his friends much hope of his future suc cess in lie. When the 35th was organiz ed Capt. Burmeister found himself at the head of the only company exclu sively of Germans that had gone from this county. We met him frequently upon the hustings, and know that his efforts were more than commensurate with his reward. During his career he has sustained the reputation of an in telligent gentleman, a courageous sol dier and a thorough disciplinarian. He has gone to the soldiers' home, where the brave and pure only enter. Let his memory be cherished as one who died that liberty might live.—Daily, 21 et. 86T" We understand thatthehail storm of Saturday night did great damage to the crops on High Prairie, in the west-* em part of the coupty. Wheat, corn, rye and oats were literally beaten into the ground. Many windows were also broken and some stock killed by the! the pocket to be takea. violence of the stonxu l« .Vemoritm. ON BOARD STEAMKKIDAHO, V, Mississippi Kiver, June S, 1W1. At rt meetlllfj: held tills day by the otlieers of the :Vtii Iowa He^imeut infantry volunteers, of which l.icut. Col. Wm. It. Keeler was chairman, and Chaplain Frank W. Kvans, Secretary thu following preamble and resolutions were adopt ed, viz WIIKKKAS, Another of the officers of the .'loth re^imeut Iowa volunteer infantry, Major Abrani John, lias fallen oil the Held of battle while in defense of his country's honor, there fore 1. Kesnlvi U, That while we mourn his loss as a soldier, citizen and friend, we feel that a grate ful country will cherish his memory as one of those noble and brave spirits who sacrificed all in her defense. 2. Jirxali'i'll, That as an oliicer he was ever at his post in the active and faithful performance of hi* duty as a soldier he had no superior for tried bravery, and :us a man was loved by every otttcer and soldier in the regiment. Rrmhal, That we express our undyingsym- patliy for his family, and that we will ever'i'eel mrselves deeply -interested in them, as the friends of a brother honored and beloved. •I. Hrxohi il, That the officers of this regiment wear the usual bailee of mourning for thirty lays. 5. Jlvsolcrd, That a copy of these resolution!! be transmitted to ills alnlctcd family and also that a copy be sent for publication in the Mils catine JOL'KNAU WM. LI. KKKI.UI L.ieut Col H. M. Co UK, Surgeon WM. C. KKNNKDY, ljieut and Act's AdJ't II. I.OFJ.ANO, Lieut and K. W. KVANS, Chaplain HEXUV HOOVKK, Lieut and A A A 3d brig) WM. IRI.I., Capt company I) WM. A. CLAKK, Lieut coinpany I) K. W. DOHAN,Capt company K A. N. SxviiKli, Capt company K' GEO. W. BAXTKK, 1st l.ieut company G. W. 11. LI'CAS, :d Lieut company K 8. H. DIXSON, Capt company UEOKOK K. SPKNCKU, Capt company H. A. MCKKI.VY, Capl company K CKPHAS L'ARKKit, 'Jd Lieut company K LEWIS !•'. CKEITZ, Lieut A A .'id Brig Wx. M. NTUWAKT, Captain company WM. S. KNIOHT, I.imicompany I. Ata meeting held this day by the ofllccrs of the 35th regiment Iowa Infantry volunteers, of which Lieut. Col. Wm. H. Keeler was chairman, anc 'haplain Frank W. Kvans, Secretary, tin following preamble and resolutions W'ere adopt ed, viz: WIIKKKAS, It has been the tot of our brave fel low soldiers and beloved companions in am Captain Henry IJianck and Lieut. W. M. l»u gan, to fall by the cruel and relentless hand of war, in defense of tiie rights and honor of their country, therefore, /irxoli't'il, That we, the ollicers of the ,'Vith regi ment Iowa-volunteer infantry, esteemed them as brave soldiers, active, vigilant and Intelli gent officers, zealous' friends and true patriots, amiable, kind and affectionate companions. lii'Mtlvrd, That we tender to the families of the deceased our deep and heartfelt sympalhy for the alllietion which they have sustained, and that we mourn with them as companions in their grief. Hi'xtihvd, Therefore, that we deplore their death as not only a grievious alllietion to their families and friends at home, but also to the regiment, and an inestimable loss to the coun try which they so dearly loved, and for which they so fearlessly sacrificed their lives. Hi'sohvd, That u copy of these resolutions sent to the Muscatine loi'HXA t. and Tipton vcvtixrr for publication. WM. li. KEKF.I'I:, l.ieut Col, Ooind'g Reg't S. M. Coitn, Surgeon WM. C. KKNNKDY, Lieut and Act'g AdJ't II. LOI.'I,ANI, Lieut and K. W. KVANS,Chaplain IIKNUY HoovEii, Lieut & A A A G, 3d Brig WM. 1 MM., Capt company 1 WM. A. CI.AKK, Lieut company T) K. W. PORAN, Captain company K A. N. S.IVDKI!, Captain company UKO. W. HAXTKII, 1st Lieut company K ). W. 11. I.ITAS, Ld Lieut company K S. II. JUxsox. Captain company TTKOKIIN K. SI'KNI KH. Captain company 11. A. McKI'.I.VKY, 'uptuiu company K CEI'IIAS I'AltKKK, I'd Lieut companv K LEWIS F. CKKITZ, Lieut & A A U M, ITD Brig WM. St. HTEWAKT, Captain company WM. S. KNIOHT, Lieut company I. TMPKOVEMKNTS!.—1The stone for the foundation of the new Baptist Church is now being delivered. Work will be commenced immediately. The (Jcrman Baptist's have also com menced building a church on the corner of 8ixth and Walnut streets. C. M. Harlan, Esq., is finishing a handsome brick dwelling on Sixth street, near Oak. S. H. Crane, Esq., is making impor tant improvements to the ancient dwel ling at the foot of Walnut street which he recently purchased from Dr. Waters. S. O. Butler's mammoth pork house is going up rapidly, and will be completed, with all its new and improved arrange ments, in ample time for next season':, business. John Knopp is putting up a large brick residence on the beautiful slope near the Catholic Church. These are a few of the indications of progress in our city this year. KOM CALIFORNIA.—John Mackey re turned yesterday morning from Califor nia, whither he went about two montliB since. He says he has seen "the ele phant." and is now content to stay here awhile. Times are dull and many per sons out of employment in California. Dan. Harrigan, who went there about the same time with his family, has also returned. He is now in Chicago, and proposes locatingat Omaha.—Daily,Vith. At last accounts from the 18th Iowa, which was at Ft. Smith, Ark., on the 1st inst., Lieut. Col. Hugh J. Camp bell, of Muscatino, was commandin the regiment, Col. John Edwards being in command of the 1st brigade of the frontier division. The ISth did signal service on the disastrous expedition un der (Jen. Steele to Camden. Muscatine has two companies in this regiment. IMPORTANT TO FARMEKS.—The scar city of harvest hands makes labor-saving machinery more desirable than ever be fore. While getting machines, be sure you get the best. They are the cheapest in the end. McCormiek's reapers and mowers stand unequaled for utility and durability-. Read the flattering testimo nials in another column. PENITENTIARY CONVICTS.—Pat. Mur phy, found guilty in the District Court, for attempted rape, has been sentenced by Judge Richman to eighteen months in the penitentiary. John English, a negro, also convicted of violence and attempted rape on a white girl, has been sentenced in like manner for ten years. UNION FOURTH "OK JULY CELEBRA TION.—The anniversary of our National Independence will be. celebrated Illinois City. We expect to have some fine patriotic speaking and music, and invite all who may feel disposed to en joy themselves, to unitewith us. A bas ket collation will be partaken of after the speaking. PETER DEMOSS, DANIEL WEAVERLINO, JAMES MACPIIERZONBS, Committee of arrangements, [For the Journal.] Mr. Ferrard, the celebrated Spanish Physician, now permanently located in Davenport, where for three months past he has been performing many of the most remarkable cures ever performed in Iowa, will be at the Eichelberger House in Muscatine,on Tuesday,the28th of June, and every Tuesday during the summer and fall. Dr. Ferrard treats all chronic diseases and especially deafness, and all diseases of the eye,with the most salutary success. In the treatment ol deafness and all diseases of the ear, Dr. Ferrard has no equal in the United States. Bead his circulars. J®* Brown's Bronchial Troches are offered with the fullest confidence in their efficacy they have been thorough ly tested, and maintain the good reputa tion they have justly acquired. For Military Officers and those who often over-tax the-voice, they are useful in relieving an Irritated Throat, and will render articulation easy. To the sol dier exposed to sudden changes in the weather they will give prompt relief in Coughs and Colds, and can be carried in ptqwgiott yp quires. SASniKD,' On Muscatine ishiiul, by Itev. ATr. Cass, A1.EX ANBEK CAMKKON, F.KQ., of New York City, to Miss PiKunA It., dausnter of John J. Dolson, KSIJ., of the former place. On the l.jtli inst., at the resilience of Mr. BenJ. Mlddlelon, in Ihe. city of Muscatine, by ltev. It. W. II. lirent, Mr. I,KMCI-.R, I'ATTKUSON to Miss TACKY ANN IIK.NIKKK, all of this county. On tiie 17th inst., In I'ieasant Valley, Hcott county, by Kev. James Clark, Mr. It. U. CHUM, editor ol the .\'nrt/i Joint Ntuml-tnl, ()saf i», to Miutf Kiln T., daughter of l,M\ S. M. Cobb, of Muuea tinc. DIttU, At the residence of her father, in Sweetland township, on the morning of the 20th, KACHKI,, daughter of Isaiah and Rachel Davis, aged years and 3 months. gT. LOtJIS THROAT AND LttffG I N S I U E fto. lSNorth Ninth street, Booms 1,2aadS, ST. LOUIS, MO. The faculty of this institute, l)rs. ROVALL and PERCY, are well known as the only pliysi? clans that have succeeded in curing consump tion at the West. Their medical ofHees are the finest, in the country. Hy the inhalation of med icated vapor, as perfected by the faculty of the institute, there Is seldom a failure to cure any disease of the throat, lungs or heart. CHRONIC DISEASES. All'chronicdiscascs will be treated where pa tients have had former treatment and fnilecf to obtain a curc. Our remedies are mostly new, and our success is thus far unparalleled in cur ing such complaints as are prevalent in tiie western country, and such as have defied the usual treatment. COUGH REMEDY. This "Cough Remedy" should be in every home at the West. Where people once use it all the useless nostrums of the day are forever thrown aside. Nearly one hundred of the most eminent physicians in the country have signed thcri names to an article presented to the facul ty, and saying: "This is the best 'Cough Rem edy' ever made." MKDIC'ATED CHEST PROTECTOR, manufactured and medicated at flic Institute, should be worn by every person in our changa ble climate, it does not discommode the wear er, but keeps warm and protects the lungs from colds, lung fevers, Ac. The Protector sent free by mail for S3,(III. Cough Remedy 81,00 V single bottle, or SliUHl 'r1 dozen. Parties unable to go to St. Louis should com municate with the institute. Address ST. l'IS THROAT AN I) Ll'NG INS1TCTE, Jc2.'d\vlteach week. 1*. (). Box l(j35, St. Louis. RPILE FAR FAMED Ad- O K W 1 1 1 Of Pennsylvania,announces to thiscommuni ty that lie is a practitioner of Ihe German, 1" rench and Spanish mode of Medical treatment, so successfully practiced of late in Kranee, Spain and America. He has been engaged several years in traveling aud successfully treating peoj ile who linger under old i 'hronicCom plaints, lie not only ascertains the nature of disease, as formerly practiced by Physicians,but passes on ami discovers the cause, howevei intricate the disease may be. Keaiale complaints, in all their forms, treated carefully and confidentially. 1 will visit and consult patients while remaining in town free of charge. Those living at a distance and una ble to visit him, can be treated hy sending him a clear vial full ol their morning urine,"from which the disease will be ascertained. All letters of inquiry must contain one post age stamp. IIE WII.L, BE AT Marengo, Iowa County, July 10,1864 Iowa City, (at, Crummy House,) July 12 West Liberty, July i: Wilton Junction, July li Muscatine, fat 11*v ing House,) July 13and 1# Kuriiiigton.iu tii-t-clusshouso,)July 18and 1U Miii lleiovv n, July J) Danville. July 21 New London, July 22 Mount I'ieasant. July 23 and 24 Olcndale. July 23 Fairfield, July 2ii and 27 Ottumwa, (at Ottuinwa Iloage,) Jaly 28 29 Oskaloosa. July ,'il Springfield, August. 2 and 3 Sigourney, August -J and 5 Wapello, August (i BavcniiorL tat lVunsylvauia House,) Auzust 8 audi). *3- Call early, for he cannot deiav. Those Hitters are prepared, i,i pure Hourbon Whisky, iroai a combination of over twenty dif ferent kinds of roots, harks and herbs, which act in perfect concert one witii tiie other, pre pare. I troni the original formula given by the great chief, Red Jacket, to Dr. Chapin, who used them successfully in his practice formally years, and by their use gained so great a popular/ty in the treatment and cure of dyspepsia, liver com plain t.cdbsti pat ion, Sick and nervous headache, fever and ague, and all diseases arising from torpid liver or indigestion. Persons sulfering from cither of these loatiisome diseases will find a sure cure by the use of these Hitters, which are jierfce:ay pure and free from all those drugs and poisons usually put up in such prepa rations and palmed oft'oiiaii unsuspecting pub lic. A single trial will convince the most skep tical tiiat in tiie RK11 JACKKT there is virtue which no other bittern possess. They strengthen and invigorate the system. They are uneijualed for general debility. They are a sure cure for dyspepsia. They give a good and healthy appetite. They assist digestion. They are the best stimulant in existence. They are a sure preventive of Fever and Ague, They relieve constipation. They cure Nervous Headache. They are perfectly pure mid palatable. They make the debilitated strong, and restore to strength the exhausted. Aged persons and delicate females will find they can save, large doctor's bills by the use ot these Hitters. liew:i!v of counterfeits. The Tt- .1 Jacket Bit ters are only sold in bottles witii our name blown on the side For mi'i! :ciii:i! and table uses, which are perfect ly pure, uiui uucUo iiy be tried to be appreciated. None genuine unles they have our JIUHCATfNK, JaiAX. Weather warm. The heavy raiut. of (Saturday and Sunday night have greatly improvd tbe prospects of the cropn generally. Priees of everything are unsettled by the fluctuations in gold, which went up in New Yorlt yesterday to &!,35. PRODUCE AND PROVISIONS. No. 1 spring wheat $1,40 No 2 1,30 Fall $1,40. Corn aifoyllSe busn. Rye #1,1(0. Oats "iks Potatoes i)0@75e. Butter »o. EggN 12'^e. Ciuekeiis—None InM&Vk«t. Lard 'K»l.Se. Maeon—.Shoulders 12c hams 17c sides 12c. Wliite Means—Common to good $1,UU$1,25 prime navy $.),00® if ""'"w"'" Viy'l-'riM ME^IENTb\ K J,50. Tallow tie. Hay—Timothy $11 per ton fo loose, S15 for tight pressed. GROCERIES—(WHOLESALE KATES.) Sugilr— O lU'^JiJ^e Portland ls@19sc Mus cavado 17iu, lriije A 24J-6 crushed and potvdered 2e. Molasses—Golden Syrup 81,353d,40 Honey Syrup ii,Hliij.il,l.j N V Sugar House toctail,lu Union Refinery #1,15 Extra Iftacgr ^^Up *l,15 »41.2li. Cotl'ee— t."xa16c Java 51c. Rice a,l fe. Soda I.J' .JR. Soup—fa I in 7 family 6 German 7J^c. Candles—Star 2urg:21o summer pressedtlaU. Teas—Voung llyson y5@ii,06 Imperial $1,76 blaeli tea (Soe(gil,10. ToOtteeo—Dark sweet 57@U5c Medium brands l@7Ue gold and natural leaf SH)c@#l,U0. Nails—Best brands «7,5lt, rates. Glass—sx lo City iti.OO 10x12 Si,25 rates. Cordane 2l([ Jie to home made 15c. Fruit—Green apples none In market dried 10 11 V lb dried peaches 17.l^@lsS}4c raisins #•",50 layer #o,75@tj. Salt—Luke .'i,l'. Fish—No 1 mackerel, bbls il8a20,00 No 2 $15,00 @20,00 No 1 hall bbls 3i0,00!&(ll,00 No2 $tf,00®9,50 family mackerel, hf bbls S7,2og.S,00 kits 82,00 2,1-3 hi bbls No 1 white fish itf.7o. SUNDRIES. Wood $",W«4G,00. Leather—Sole 38® 10c harness 48c upper 28® 30c foot. Hides—Dry Flint 16c ereen 8c calf 10c. Feathers iie. Cheese—10'adrtc. Beef Cattle Kii'^c gross extra 6c. Wool—Clean tubwashed 70@75c unwashed Rags—(.lotton Da. D. WEIR. Residence—in Toledo for the last six years, Tama Comity, Iowa. je23dwlm gENNETT PIETERS A CO. •ilyiiL l'Zr\ Bar Iron 7 Old Iron ^'ijlcti lb -copper I24@15cyft Brass lOe t" m. Exchange—On New York e?nt, bankable funds Philadelphia, Boston and Cincinnati pcent Kt l.ouis and Chicago V cent. UKV (i(X)US— KKTAII..] .Sheetings and Shirtings :)'.Na(ioc Drills, .MmJVJo Prints. Sui,.i5e i)e liiiines, .'ill®Tie Ginghams, 4|)(o.50 Clark & lafes spool, SI,50^ Slteiii thread $1,50^2,00 Farmers' and Meehanics' casslmere,8l,00& 1,25 Skirt braid, l,2i» ('orw-t Jean*, •HK.i.riOc Denims, 40(«75c Ticking, 40a75e. 2.umb?r ntrke. tjiiiit HKY'S YARD. PRICE LIST. 925,00 ft M. '22,50 15,00 -10,00 35.00 37,50 25,00 27,50 Common boards.... Sheathing Clear, 1st quality 2d quality 3d quality Flooring, dressed •Siding, ilre*scd Fencing, best Fencing, common 22'*j0 Pickets 25,00 Scantling, 2x1 22,50 Joist, 20 feet and under 25,00 Shingles „.... 4,50@5,50 Lath 5,50 June 1, 'ill—dawtf Other yards are charging $27,50 for common boards glii.OO for dressed llixiring, and £27,50 for Joist 20 l'eet and under. New York i'rodnoe and Provision Prit turn-lit. For lots as they arrive from the country, re ported expressly for the iluscatine JOL'KXAL, by W. S. .\l I'LL'iiE & »'o„ strictly Produce Com mission Meivnants, 250 I- ulton street, N. Y. We quote for the week en ling June ,22 18*4: flour—Fine biuiuls supeiiiue .-^lute S,00 Extra x,Mc S,20 Low grades of Western Extra, 8,3J« «,._0 ••Si. l.ouis extra brands tJ.iWc/il Jiy*—Floury bbl 7,25a 7,-0 Uorn Meal ubl JJuckiclK itt—Vlour 100 I'M, 2,70u 2,10 W)wM—Western winter white, bukil 2,10a 2,15 Western red and amber 1,00a 1,'JJ Milwaukee winter white l,8tki 1,91 Cnicago spring, 1,40a 1,«0 liye— Oats—New Seeds—Clover, Btaiis—Medium gold label Circulars to the trade supplied on application to liKNNKTT PIETERS & CO., Proprietors, 21 lUvcr iSt., Chicago. BY j. H. CANOH & Co. and GKAHA* BSold ROTHERS, Muscatine. May 13 ditwly FAMILY DYE COLORS Patented October 13,1863. 8lQflL- Dark Greena Black fox &ilh, Light Green. k Uluc. Magenta. cudi ij Li'jht Maroon. ISrontn. Otangt 0*rk Brown. Pink. 6 ijlit brown Purph t»ijj broitm. Royal Purple Light Fan Drmb, For DyiQg lk, W.M.OU .MI \lixad Goods, Shawls, 83*rf«, itiMbDn*. Bonn te, Feather*. Cliildreus' Ojothiu^ a-i»l all tip of vVearing App^rol, A SAViYO or SO PE C£!VT. For 2^ eats you can lor as in^nygoods is wonld Jtfaerwiae cost five time* th%t num. Various shades 51Q be proceed framtv* name dye. Th* process is LIMPLY a.* I ANY DA© cI'I N«O the «ive with perfect DIIC* •ss?. a iii f-:aglUh, JEWELRT, Silver BASK ITS, French and Qerman insidt «vb ac!:agtf. For furth information in 1 veiug, n .d givio: a per* feet kQTWltiiige what-.rotors are boat xdapttftl to lyeor*r itherj .(wt'i uanj Vtil'iaMe recipes,) oarcbaae fcloweA jtevens' Treatise oa Oy^inr t.id Coloring gent bj Bail on r*ceipiof price—10 cents. Mannfacture^ b# G. & C. 8. DURFEE, CLOCKS, tt&mk, Sheet 1,76a 1,80 Cbra—Mixed western, 1,45a 1,18 Yellow and white western York State and western, 90a 02 Northern and Eastern, D0a 01 Barley— 1,45a l,5o Malt, 1,69a 1,00 V ft 12a 13. Timothy, bushel 2,9Ja 3,2 Flax, bushel, 3,35a 3,45 Peas—Marrowiats and Kidneys, V bu, 1,HJ Canada peas, 1,30a 1,40 and Pea, bushel, 2,U0a Marrows and Kidney. 2,ti5a 2,60 flaj—'i} loo lbs, l,sxi 1,30 Jiuittr—Orange county in pails, Bacon—Sides, Bellies, Middies, Lard—In Onion*—White, 36a .Mess, bbl. Old Mes^, Old iuid new, prime, lieej—Extra mess, Plain moss Cat Meats—Shoulders, barrels and tierces, In kegs and tubs, Tallow Dressed Ilo'Jt Hides—Green, salted and trimniad Dry Calf Skins JJecr /Skins, Uneep Pelts—Ea.ch, Pototors—f iiarrel Sweet Potatoes—'# itonftjy—Turlties, choice !!, depending upon quality, Chickensj y lb, on ?ach bottle, and our initials pressed 111 wax over the cork. Sold by all druggists and dealers throughout the country. Call for our Goods and take no other. Honey—White Oils—Petroleum, Salmon, Oirk Qrab, Li'/ht Oral ferine YitleU Yellow S'PEG rAT, NOTICES. tea-The most wonderful discovery of the age, and one which, if properly .appreciated by the people, will nave millions from Bronchial Affec tions, Coiibuiniil ion and the grave, is the Liquid Catarrh Remedy discovered by Dr. D. H. Consumption cannot he cured, but a timely use of the Catarrh Remedy will save many a person who is now rushing blindly into its merciless grasp. Je24\vlt Many years since the Chief of the Senecas, a Tery powerful nation of Indians, brought to the eminent Dr. 37 Mich, Inu, Ills ana Wisconsin, 2aa S7,2ja37,50 3t,50aJ6,.)0 30,75aJl,5u 24,00a^,00 Purl:—New Iu,j0a2i,50 ...a 12^ 14^a lo 2ua 2i 14a 15 13a 14 14a 14^ 1514a lu loa 16^ 15a loj lOJ^a 11.'4 loa dry sOMad, ft B, ilams, .". Ham., Western V band, Yellow Nuts—Hickory, Eyys—S. Live Geese, Apples-".Greenings, Whisky—x' gallon. High IKi/it i—"S gallon, Astn-s— Pots, 'j cwt. Pearls, cvet, Bays—Mixed, lb, Tobacco—Seed 2,00a 2,25 bushel, V. State and Vrermont,$ dor, '24a 24'^ Western by express in oats 2:Ja 24 Dried Applesoft iiL loa 36 20a 23 20a 21 19a 21 22a 23 1,75a 2,00 23a 24 22a 23 16a 16a 18 9,25a 5,00 2,50a 3,00 5,00al0,00 1,00a 1,50 8,00al6,00 12a 20 2,50a 3,50 15a 46a 64a 68a 75a 85a Ducks, Live Geese, pair, clover in glaiaB. ft ft, Buckwheat, Maple Sugar—In large cakes, In small cakes far*—Mink skins, dark, light, Martin, Fisher, Prairie Wolf, Black Bear, Muskrat, Red Fox, Skunk, crude,!! gallon, refined, White in bond Straw color, duty paid," Naptha, W. S. McCLURE A Co., No Fulton Street, New York, Strictly Produce Commission Merchants For the sale of everything in the Produce and Provision Line. Strictly for cash and prompt returns assured. Liberal advances made on consignments. All goods fully insured upon ar rival. Mark all goods distinctly and forward invoices. See our regular report of prices cur rent above, made from actual sales. Refer to J. M. Dalzell, Esq., Davenport, Iowa •. J. Wood and A. Blakesley, Brooklyn, Powe shiek county,"Iowa Levi Apgar, Pres't North River Bank, New York city. QROVER & BAKER'S Music, UEL0DE0S8, Violins Flutet, Guitart Ac. Ac. ~*r~ Ac., Ac. SEWING M/VCHFNE8. JVParttenlarittaifttfOD riven to Jlamtlae, low*, HOT.4,1148 dawtf. FIRST PREMIUM S E W N A I N E These Machines were awarded the Highest Premiums over all competitors, at the State Fairs of NEW YORK, VERMONT, IOWA, HOWB v SrjflVRN8, 2*50 Broadway, BoatoriC For *\le brMr assists and dealer* ^eoerally. MICHIGAN, INDIANA, -:r, ILLINOIS, KENTUCKY, PENNSYLVANIA and OREGON. The only Machines that Stitch and Embroider Pei#(*flfy'? ^•Circulars with samples of work furnished on application at Office, or will be sent by mail. GENERAL NORTHWESTERN OFFICE. 115 Lake Street, Chicago. DILLAWAY & BRO., Agents, Jan. 22daw9m Muscatine, Iowa. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, for medicinal purposes, at THE CITY DRUG STORE. A LARGE AND WELL SELECT ED stock of Turkey morocco and Cluipin a quantity of medicine, which he wished the Doctor to take and try its effect on cases of dyspepsia, which he did with the most perfect success. Some time elapsed, and tiie few that had been benefitted by tiie medicine became clamorous for more, which the Doctor was unable to supply. Shortly after the Chief, Red Jacket, made his appearance, when Ihe Doctor was able to get from him the names and proportions of the ingredients used in the bitters, which he used in his practice many years, adding only a fsw herbs to make I hem more palatable. These bitters are now put up in quart bottles and offered to the public—the formula being assigned to the present proprie tors—and sold by all druggists throughout the country. Call for the Red Jacket" Stomach Bitters, and take no other. je22dwlt. 9(8- A single box of Brandretli's Pills contains more vegetable extractive matter than twenty boxes of any pills in the world besides fifty five hundred physicians use them in their prac tice to the exclusion of other purgatives. The first letter of their value is yet scarcely appre ciated. When they are better known sudden dsathand continued sickness will be of the past. Let those who know them speak right out in their favor. It is a duty which will save life. Our race are subject to a redundancy of vitia ted bile at this season, and it is as dangerous as it Is prevalent but Brandretli's Pills afford an invaluable and efficient protection. By their occasional use we prevent the collection of those impurities, whjpli, when in sufficient quantities, cause so much danger to the body's health.— They soon cure Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite, Pain in the Head, Heart-Burn, Pain in the Breast Bone, Sudden Faintness and Costiveness. Sold by all respectable dealers in medicines. Je22dwlm. l/3 less. Oils—Carbon oil 82©t5c retail SI linseed oil 1I,H0 boiled linseed 82,00 Lard oil $1,00 retail 1.20 flsli oil Sl,:i5® 1,40. Beeswax 4)fv50e. Whisky a 1,50. 2 hoop DuckefS doz $185 3 hoop do 98,75. 1 hoop tubs T* nest $13,00 2 hoop do 913,50 I hoopd.i $12,50. TO CLEAR THE HOUSE OF FLIES Cse Dutchers Celebrated LIGIITJNINC FLY-KILLER A neat, cheap article, easy to use. Every sheet will kill a quart. Sold everywhere. Je20dw8w. I K A 8 8 ijY TUC •envoi'*, SEMINAL, UKlNAltY AKP SEXUAL S?STKMS. Rev itud reliable treatuieut—iu Koporla of Ihe How- sra Amjciation-Sent by mail iu sealed letter envel opea. free ot charge. Address, Dr sKILLIN H(XJGHTO\T flowurd .Igj'.cialioii, No. South Nimli Street. PliiiA-lelphin, Pa mch81.'C4inwly Wriglit'* Kejuveiiuiiii BOlixir. Let not despondency any longer be the pre railing bane of the fallen state of tile human family. But, you ask, bow is iliis to be prev ed? jUespondwy, hue spirits, ilc-tpair, a tendency to look upon the gloomy side of everything, are all difficult-to drive away. Din-tors and medi cine will not do it the ordinary stimulating drinks of the day will not do it but before you give up the case as hopeless, try Wright's Reju venating Klixir. As ii namedcaignaty, ilwill put new life and animation into the droopin energies ea, even young blood in ti your ein» Ye who pi tie. upon tiie brink of the grave, who may have tried in vain to raise yourselves from tiie "slough ol'despair," be induced, even though It may beat the eleventh hour, to try its sooth ing influence. Sold by all respectable druggists throughout tiie United States and Canada. See advertisement in another column. For sale in Muscatine by J. H. Canon & Co, jeidttwlm tSf A number of years have elapsed since the introduction of Hostetter's Celebrated Bitters to the public. The prejudice existing in the minds of many persons against what are de nominated patera medicines at first greatly re tarded its saie but as its virtues and merits be came known, this harrier of prejudice was over thrown, and tiie demand increased so rapidly that in a lew years scarcely a village existed in file United Stales in which the afflicted had not experienced the benefits arising from the use ol tiie Hitters," and at tile present day there are to be found in all parts of tiie world vouchers for the great, merits of the article. No greater cure for dyspepsia can be found. See advertise ment. For sale by druggists and dealers gener ally everywhere. je&lawlin k OASK OP bYSl'KPdlA OF SIXTEEN YKABS ST\ND: SO ncREU V NK BOX OF T. M. SHARP tt OKLKHKATEP PILLS. Riad the Testimony. PmiMiELiMiiA, Feb «th,1864. Mi.J-inv .f. K* »mkk—I)f •r .cir: I iinvi. been a suffer er fruio tli-it inua' Uorr fl iifsati*:-, '-Dyspepsia,"f.'r six teen y »r«, lnt after using (lie oi.e box o T. M. Stiarp't l*i'U waicli I purchased of yon nometbre- weekit ai^o.l twb! -ii« it I !i*ve oatvrofl inioti new lif—my geaeral hid improve!. iuy a p-tlto ha* in"r?H?e-i. and f|ltogeth.-r I feel like new mxn. I ilk (.lesin/:- in r(.couB3t«n hn^ tb -m to. the iiubliir UR c.at'i. and reH,iblf foars,trnlv, U. T. IfOKBKS, tfo. 431 Obrstaat Street, Philadelphia. PSMSfl.fN) )i. Sold by Dragjiitt Ecn-gu ker*. JUs' J.'KROURR, Piii»crpiL aosm, 41)21 heatnm street, Philadelphia. apr36JawGm EIA.I& DYE HAIR DYE! BATORELOR'S Gt5LF.HR A TED BJ 111 DYE [8 THE BEST IN THE WORLD 14 23a 21 20a 27 80a 90 2,50a 3,50 3,50a 3,75 8,50a s,75 barrel The tnly ffarmleu. Crue and Reliable Dye Knoten r. i- jplendid (lair Dya in Perfect—chting-£ Red, or Or«y instantly to a rlc**y Natxr. I Brown, QATARRH lJa 10 Cbolce new dried appU«, loj-^a 11 plums, 18a 20 cherries 2.3a peaches, peeled, 27a unpeeled, 15a raspberries, 26a blackberries, IMa Bftwax, Mop*—¥r\ine and choice, Common to lair. 62a 25a 15a 15a Wa 80a Yearlings, choice Wool—Choice Saxony fleet-* to full blood Merino, lj .1 .1 (joinmon and native Feathers— •82a 74a 74a 70 4,50a 5,00 4,50a 5,50 4,00a 5,00 1,30a 1,33 1,35a 1,88 12.00a 14,00a 6a 04 V barrel, Spit/.enbergs, Russets, leal, lb, Black h\QMln Cure warranted il'directionsare followed. Hun dreds of citizens of Chic.-go have Iwen permanently cured by tills med cine. Call for a circular de scribing all symptoms. DR. H. SEEL YE & Co., Sole Propr's, Office Masonic Temple, Chicago, Illinois. SYMPTOMS. The symptoms of Catarrh as they generally appear are at first very slight. Persons find they have a cold, that they have frequent at tacks, and are more sensitive to the changes ol temperature. In this condition the nose may be dry, or a slight discharge, tl*in and acrid, af terwards becoming thick and adhesive. As the disease becomes chronic, the discharges are in creased in quantity and changed in quality: they are now thick and heavy, and are hawked or coughed off. Tiie secretions are offensive, causing a bad breath the voice is thick and na sal the eyes are weak the sense of smell is lessened or destroyed deafness frequently takes place. Another common and important symptom of Catarrh is, that thu person is obliged to clear his throat in the morning of a thick or slimy mucous, which has fallen down from the head during the night. When this takes place the person may be sure that his dis ease is on its way to the lungs, and should lose no time in arresting it. The above are but a few of the many Catarrh al symptoms. A s.ngle bottle will last a month—to be used three times a day. TESTIMONIAL. From Hon. Thos. J. Turner, ex-Member of Con gress from Illinois, late Speaker of the Illi nois House of Representatives, and Grand Master of the A. F. and A. M. of the State of Illinois. FREEPORT, Oct. 21,1863. DR. H. SEKLYE—Deitr Sir: In reply to your no tit* o the ISth instant, I would say that I was severely utdicted with Catarrh for years, when I became acquainted with you and bought two bottles Oi your Liquid (,'atarrli ltemedy. Before I had used one bottle I was sensibly improved, ar.d before the second battle was finished, was completely cured. I can recommend the medi cine to all afflicted with Catarrh. •Kespectfully, yours, THOS. J. TURNER. For sale by all Druggists. niy30dawly—1st and 2d pp. iryAR CLAIM OFFICE L. H. WASHBURX, Tremont Hall Building, Muscatine, lotto. Claims against the Government for Bounty Money, Arrears of Pay, and al classes of Pensions promptly attended to. No fees required until the money is collected. Advice free. aug22dwtf. PHOTOGRAPH CARDS FOR GEN TLEMEN.—samplesand Catalogues m|1 pocket books, wallets and parses. J. H. CANON A CO., City OracSton. sent for 25 cents. Enclose an envelope with your own name and address. D. HEMMETTE, mi liberty Street, no hlOd&n New York. T0r','lr AGOSTY? •A'J i •,' 1 S^SM^vV fg c-c£ Seelye. f-.' --.v. Off .• v\7 A Well-Spiing of Hope O A Qjis us Be mf Good Cheer Tiie Sinking may be Sctvl&f BY THE VSfc OF llollow*y's A i«* tmeni. The history of the£e great Remediesis the most wonderful medical revelation that the world has ever known. It establishes tile all-important fact that wherever, and iu whatever shape in ternal disease exists, the disinfecting,searching and healjug properties o( the Pills are fully equal to its subjection and cure, and that, wttn" the Ointment, they Great oi H«altli to all .iNtik]ni). This is not a history .vriiieu by one man, or even derived fromtiie.- :pe:-ieiu-e of one notion. It consists of a complin Liouol" testimonials from the sick of every eountrj— an unimpeachable record, the like of wbieli I. ,-- never been adduc ed in favor of any di—--v-ry ov inv.-ntlon hinee time began. Xli«i«4- tli^lifj KB'UWII uiui a lloon l?!-ftT«-r*, World .-t .tUi•! «?. «r* flic Sick. The want of a sterling in.-licuiai to meet the ills and necessities of' the' .sulfi-rinc portion of humanity, aud one .entirely free from mineral and other deleterioiv j-artlfli-t.,'«wsevf ivfy felt till this all-powerful i- diciue v. i.s ushered into the world. Holloway'- invaluable Pills have be come tiie household i\ iue!y i all nations.— Their attribute is to .n-even! as -,i ell as to cult they attack the radix -i* root „i the coinpialiil, and tlsus, l,v reniovil! \ie i-i-V.leiS cause ol dis ease, re-invigorate ai re.t»r- the droupiag en ergies oi' the sybtem. a-sisiin nwturc iu l-ev task of vital and funei iont- r« r..f«-rmuii«»»». Dliturdew ei Are the sources of the •(••u-.li-'e-.t maladies. Tlie.li efl'ect is to itiate all h- fluids of the body, and to send a poisoned stream through ail theehan nels of circulation. ra-, -.vhatis the operation of the Pills They el.-.-.use I he bowels, regulate the liver, bring the re .ixed or irritated stuiiiac-ll into a natural condii i:ni, and. a -ling through the secretive organs Ui-.n :heiN.o 1 itseit'. change the state of file systeio from sickness to health, by exercising a simuit.:.u-. r.:- and vvlioiesoi no ef fect upon all its parts ud functions. Woman in all Uei- DiiHciiif i a Is invited to test the r. guhuing and jesrorutiv* powers of this liarmli hut effective prepaiu tion. At the two epochs oi ill'e in which tiie fe male system undergoes he mosl important and critical changes, the Pills will prove a positive safeguard against evil con.seijuences. They ore also confidently rccomuienrted as a specific iu every disorder to which females are exclusively subject. Be It That the above statements can at. all tim. s .':Q verified by the written testinjouv ic-xtondinjf through a quarter of a century) of teas of thous ands of unimpeachable witnesses*. Bilious Jlalailik':!*, &i-., &c. In whatever form disease attacks the liver. Is. is repelled and exterminate.] by this si archii.v.k painless, and irresistible eurative. ii-ij-His re mittents, bilious purging, and ail il.e oiuii.ary disorders of tiie organs, indicated hy puiu lu the right side and between i he shouliieru, y linvno* of the whites ol the eyes, w akner san.i di ol \7ithont fnjming the Hair or St^irieg the In, 'trnviui? th« ilair s-of'r aud irapartf fr«sb itality. rVoqiUMtth reRtovin?: if® ooiorj 4ndro tiiie rh.- i'.ioift-ccs ol »VP«* The fiounicoia lifned Vll MAM 3\T0:i KLOP», all mere i U^tioBs. and -ihonl be uToided. Sold by all Drugg: ts.Ac. P,ACToa*-—Sl -UroUy "treat.Ne-w York, Bute elor'n New foilei 'ream for Dressing '.he fJ'iir. •type 2fi—d&wly tll:tyP (Sc., are relieved and remove-! by tiie ren-.tuy witii a celerity which a.u.V)isne~"t ie uheiei* and their friends. Let tii sick, whom the 'ac uity have abandoned, re .u willi confidence to tills powerful antl-bilioi.s agent, and a restora tion to health and activity-will be the IHI VL.IV ing result. Iv»pcpsia, aNan-hu-u, We knrtr. The terrible bodily and iuen«ttl pangs which characterize Dyspepsia are at ono- mitigated by the Pills. riai-rhtea,tsiii.-fi(.:n.on. heatlaciie, physical prostration, nervou.- treinors. in,! tit:.sh es, spasms, affections of i.IC kidneys, heumior rlioids or piles, and, in fact, ail intermit com plaints, from whatever ci.-ii.-.e i«£isiug, gi\e way before the salutary influence ol this e:lruordi% nary remedy. AsaspeciUe 1- dy-wej'.-ia. uiuli the disorders connected vi it U, ox ^Vnwinji oui of it, the pills are always i„ be relied »n when every other medicine air.I Gi',d« of tueaunenr. has utterly failed. Holloway'« I'lilts arte f/i* Jictst known in the Xl'orld Jur th following z H'.-ada- ft,. Ineigcsl lnti:iii./^i. InriiiuiinMi Asthma, Howell omplaints, Coughs. Colds, Ciiest Diseases, Ci istiveness, Dyspepsia, Diarrhajs,. Dropsy. Debility,. Fever and Ague, Female Complaints, )»nv ill WenkH"*-, liiii •'V -niplul».|te, LI -.M!'»^ «!'S-p.rll* I Sloii.- i.ll-l lii-.-ur-f, See Iiidin Svmptoin*. Vc-nem»l AfK-eiKRa,' AVormsof all Idndf. If the reader of this ... ,, )jox-of Piils or Ointment i i ..... his place, let him write ... amonnr, and I will mall a ... ir-...!. Many dealers i II not kt.,. i ,^i. i, luind because they cannot i,. f-ru, as on other person's maki. i None arc genuiueunlosh lij .Yew York and fAinUuu,"', water-mark I-. //V/.: iu evi ry leaf di.sceiuib't- iii ihe lb Aw .,ii ,-i eirec •aun l.ntx !rtiu .' I.UUd- tions around each box tlio ly seen by hvtdinj the l:aj IJ some reward will lx given i such information a.s may lei. of any party or paa-tic-s count cines or vending the same, i spurious. 'f»*Sold al the, mamifacti-i LOWAY, SO, .Maiden l.an all respectable Druggists cine throughout the I nitee i i z e w o I n o e s a i gl,00 each. «Sr- There is considerable larger sizes. ir ono ri iuj.-rinj4 f!i-Ie- tioil •rrwiting li.v iiiedi 'lrw:ij!4 1 lit ,u t- be "roles,,-,- Jliil,. ,ru. mill l)\ j.-» si. -M-it-.- JUUO lie- ,-iy •ents, cc rs. em! as inu' by taking tiie ni '"2','iAd aw i y. UibT BE SEEN TO Bi AVBtftiii. CIATEl'. hji'-, PLO BENC K Sewing K.^hine. Unequaled in beautv-and stvlc of finish Makes four distinct stitches, ihe Lock Knot Double Lock, and DoubleKiiot. Its stin-i-es are the wonder of all. The beautv oi its stitch is unsurpassed. .Sews light nn«"l iie.-ivv fabrics with equal facility. It is the only macnine iu the world that makes a perfect, elastic aisun, alike on both sides of the fabric. The work will feed either to the right or left, linns quietly and sews rapidly. No difil'.-iilty In se.ving across thick scams. Turns narrow anu wide hems, and will fell beautifully. The most inex perienced finds no dilliculty in using it. It will last a lifetime. Every furnily should, have one. Every machine warranted to perform oil we. claim for it. Call at Durfecs'Music and Jewel vv Store and examine lor yourselves. "jelodwtf S. (j. A C. S. PUR I'EE, Agents. ^-OTICE, Is liereby given that the subscriber has pur chased the premises formerly occupied bySpeer fc Pearson as a grocery'store, where he intends to keep a tvenerul Variety.Store, consisting of: Family Groceries, Salt, Fish, I'ecserved and Pried Fruit, Nut of all kind*-, (Queens, Stone Tin, Wooden, Willow and Splint Wales, Also' Lime by the small or large quantities, all of which will be sold as chep as can lie purchased at any other place in tiie city. Iteinember, the first door above the Eichelberger Hotel, on Walnut street, where the highest price in cash will be paid for country produce. Give him a call. jelSdwtr P. A. BRUMFIELD. LOUR! FLOUR!! FLOUR!!! You can get at Bennett's Mill Extra Flour at 83,50 t* 100 #s. At the same time you can get at any grocery In town, Flour (not so good in dual ity) for four dollars, and corn meal for one dol lar and a quarter. Je221nsdw2w BENNETT'S MILL.