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• HE OSKALOOSA HERALD.
Os K A loos A, Mahaska Co., lowa. LEIGHTON, LEE & LEIGHTON, Editors an.l Proprietors. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3,1878. To Prevent and Cure Coughs and Colds. A reliable remedy is necessary in every household. Parker’s Ginger Tonic is just the thing needed. It radically cures Goughs. Colds, Sore Throat, Broriehills, and even Consumption if used in time, by its powerful specific action on the stom ach, Kidneys. Skin, Liver aid raue "> -urficcc-s oftheTluoat and Lungs. It at complislies the cure in a wonderfully short time, and removes all pain and sore ness from the lungs. It is also a most valuable stomachic remedy, effectual:y removing Dyspepsia, Headache, Livci Disorders, Costiveness, Nervousness, Low Spirits, Wakeftaluess, Heartburn, Cramps, Palpitation of the Heart, Sour Stomach, etc., and gives a cheering com fort and freedom from pain that surprises every one. Buv a 91.00 bottle from your druggist. J. W. Morgan, ora sample bot tlejai 75 cts. and test its merits. swF.m Barnutn's portrait i. painti-.i t n . part of hie cages. When his .-how was in the city of Hauler ! .11 holiest minded chap \vi> io Lii.g intently about the camp as the wot kiiicr were packing nj». Seeing B unum’s full lace on the side of the age cl the .-tuft'eJ hi]*) ('poiannis, he asked a man in charge if Harniim was in there “Vcs,” was the reply, and the door was partly opened. The si ran gcr peeped in, and exclaimed; “Oh iu! Is that him? He is fatter than I supposed before, and i- oi a darkn ooiot.’. The door was shut suddenly. An Undeniable Truth. You deserve to suffer, and if you lead a miserable, unsatisfactory life in this beau tiful world, it is entirely your own fault and there is only one excuse for you— your unreasonable prejudice and skepti cism, which has killed thousands. Per sonal knowledge and common sense re a -ouing will soon show you that GreenV August Flower will cure you of Liver Com plaint, or Dyspepsia, with all its miserable effects, such as sick headache palpitation of the heart, sour stomach, habitual cos tiv.ness, dizziness of the head, nervoit.- proatration, low spirits, Ac. Its sales now reach evi ry town on the Western Cwuii nent and not a druggist but will tell yoin.l its wonderful cures. You can buy a sam ple bottle for 10 cents. Three doses will relieve you. WE CHALLENGE THE WORLD. When we say we believe we have evi dence to prove that Shiloh'.- Consumption Cure is decidedly the best I.uug Medicine made, inasmuch as it will cure a common or chronic cough in one-half the time and relieve Asthma, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Croup, and show more cases of consumption cured than r.ll others. It w ill cure w here they fail, it is phnsaat to take, harmless to the* youngest child and we guarantee what we say. Price. lOcts. oOcts, and SI.OO. If your lungs ur« sore, chest or back lame, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J. Ml Morgan, O sa, lowa. ~ That farmer will succeed who makes up hi- mind that ihe whole -coret ol success is in him.sc If; that it is the man and not the business that tells. He will .succeed if he brings to bear the same amount of skill, forethought, energy, economy and judgment that any other branch of business requirtsl He will sue ceedifhe sticks to his farm, as the mechanic does to his shop, and not expect to work three or four months and then take his case the rest of the year. WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY. That Dr. Seth Arnold's Cough Killer,Hat :rr«*at Eradicator of all Lung Diseases, i warrauted not to injure the system if tak< n from infancy to old age. It i.- superior to all other remedies yet discover*-1 for Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Whooping cough, Croup, and all other diseases of the Throat and Lungs. Price 25 and 50 cents, and sl. Call on your druggist, Dr. W. 11. Nugent, and obtain a bottle. Two do-es will relieve the most set ere case. If relief is not afforded, money refunded. A sure, speedy aud safe remedy, proved by trial to excel any other in the world. Arnold’s Bilious Pills operating without pain or sickness at the stomach. Compounded by the Dr. Seth Arnold M' dieal Corporation, Woonsocket. 19 THE CENTAUR LINIMENTS are of two kinds. The WHITE i- for the human family; the YELLOW is lor Jior.-i - -lieep and other animals. Testimonials of the effects produced by these n markable preparations are wrapped atound every bottle, and may Ire prut ui <1 of ui\ drug gist, or by mail from die office <<i The Centack Company, 4C Dey Pr.-.-t, New York City. ' 21yl* Little Johnny ran into ihc house the other day while the mercury was hugging ninety-five degrees, with the prespirration streaming from every pore, and shouted: “Mammy, rnyir.ma, lix me; I’m leaking all over.’ - REASONS WH Y~ The reasons why Dr. Price’* Flavoring Extracts, Lemon Vanilla, etc., are superior to all others is because they arc prepared from choice selected fruits and aromatics without coloring or poisonous oils, all the llavoring principles are retained unchang ed by chemical action, highly concentra ted, roquirirg less toflavoi. DO YOU BELIEVE IT That in this town there are scores of persons passing our store every day whose lives are made miserable by indigestion, dyspepsia, sour and distressed stomach, iiver complaint, constipation, when for 73 cents we will sell them Shiloh’s Vitalizer, guaranteed to cure them. Sold by.l. W. Morgan. Onkaloosa, lowa. o'2cow bin Here in the worst pun we have -eon in six months. In Alabama they chew the tassels of the lir trees as a substitute for tobacco, which reminds us of the adage: "Be lir chewers and you’ 11 he happy.” MALARIAL FLYER Malarial fevers, constipation, torpidity of the liver and kidneys, general debility, nervousness and neuralgic ailment )i«ld readily to this great disease coqueror, Hop Bitters. It rep.irs the ravages of disease by converting the food Into rich blood, and it gives new life and ri" >r to the aged and intirni always. See ‘Pro verbs” in other column. Physicians highly recommend the u.m of Dr. Marshall’s Lung Syrup for Coughs or Colds of long standing and Pulmonary complaints generally. It always cures in an incredibly short time. Call <<n your druggist nud get a bottle. Only 2.1 ct«. Sold by J. W. Morgau, Oskaloosu, lowa. Never, under any cireuni stance » marry for money. Be careful though to find out beforehand tlmt the girl has plenty of it to Imre induced you to marry her for money if you had been that kind of a fellow. TOO MUCH AT STAKE Steele &, Price 'have too much at t>tak< to put in the market anything which ha not been found lianaleM, but |H>sitively benelicial. Their Or. Price’# Cream B:ik ;ng Powder is the only kind made by a practical physician, with special regard to its ljcaHbfulnefcs. A few doses of Dr. Marshall’s I.uua Syrup cured my child of a most dreadful cough. I can cheerfully recommend it as the best eoagh medicine I ever tried. Mrs. C.Ksox, Cleveland, Ohio. Sold by J. W. Morgan, Oskuioosa, lowa. A member ol the ibeatrieul pro tession who was in town hist week looking lor “a situation for the season," was advised by a perspiring manager to “make his appearance on an ice-cart" lilt PKICE’S FLOKAL KICAE? flurpaases any Toilet or Cologne Water ever made. *A rich, fresh, flowery odor, for the handkerchief, the toilet and the Oath —permanent and <!<]. '), . y fia- jrrant. Fur the Kick room revivlsjr und gratefully refreshing. Hkai.th—the poor inau'* riches, the rich man's bliss—is found in Ayer’# medi cines, after a fruitless search among otlur muediM. A word to the wise is sufli chut. Col. Jngersoll has given fiat money a new name—‘soup tickets without soup.” The most popular and fragrant Perfume of the day, “IIACKIIETACK.” Try It. bold hy J. W. Morgan Sttovta. G-rand Opening* —OF THE— j SE-A-SOHST. PROGRAMME: Part First. Morris L Levi in tin 1 foreground, with his hotly of assistants, showing their im mense stock of Ready-Made Clothing, Hats, Caps, Furnishing’ Goods, etc., And wrapping tin* bundles up as fast as hands can move and pocket-books can divide. Part Second. Father Levi in the background, with his right-hand hower. Peter Schmidt, showing their line line of PIECE GOODS, AND TAKING MEASURES FOR SUITS, One after the other, as fast as their turn comes. Part Third. The Tailor Shop up-stairs where tin* busy hands an* working night and day to fashion tie* doth into garments, to tin* music of the Sewing Machines, ( nil and a FREE TICKET to the entertainment. No charge for admission at the door*. Every one-freely invited. REMEMBER THE PLACE. Levi’s Opera House, Southwest Corner ot the Square, . OSKALOOSA, IOWA. A Rare Chance Desiring to reduce my stock and make room for tin* NEW FALL STOCK I will oiler for the next thirty days, a: greatly REDUCED PRICES, CARPETS OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, WINDOW CURTAINS, FIXTURES,.ETC., LEVI HAMBLETON. August oth, 1878. augStf BOOT AND SHOE BUYERS, OUR STOCK OF GOODS FOR THESEASON IS CERTAINLY ALL YOU COULD WISH FOR, AND We Believe We Can Supply You WITH JUST WHAT YOU WANT MEN’S, WOMEN’S OR CHILDRENS’ WEAR. READY MADE OR AS FOR WE CAN ONLY SAY THAT BELIEVE WE CAN "cnsriDiEJißsoijr) Any Shoe Wc •-(-pecHidly elicit an examination of o«r ftiooUi* and Prices before Buying. Cull and Hc*t> *4H. E. M. BEATTY, NO 111, EAST HIGH STREET, OHK.AHOOSA, iOVVA. FOK EITHER Either . MADE TO ORDER. PRICES, BY Dealer In The LAND. WE BE DO NOT Adams Tp. Fair. Entries anil premiums of Adams Tp. Agricultural Society: Entries of horses and colts, 50; cattle. 25; hogs, 13; sheep, 12; vegetables, 20; fruit, 50; pantry stores, 8. The entries in the hall were 140; manufactures, 10. To tal, 838. Best field of corn, Willis .1 Willhoite, Ist prem. Best field of corn, John F. Allgood, 2d. Hedge fence, E Busby, Ist prem. “ John Willhoite, 2d. Three year old hedge, John Cooksey. Ist prem. Spring wheat, Win Mooie, Ist prem “ It Bass, 2d Oats, it Bass, Ist prem. “ John Cooksey, 2d. Sample corn, speckled, Willis Willhoite, Ist prem. Sample corn, speckled, John Cooksey, 2d. Sample corn, yellow, James F Clark, Ist prem. Sample corn, yellow, S A Mateer, 2d. Sample corn, white, John Cooksey, Ist prem. Pop corn, Henry Clark, Ist prem. Hornet i— Roadster*. Carriage team, Win Glasscack, Ist pro. Roadsters, two years old, Wm Glass cock, Ist prem. Roadsters. 1 year old, John L Roberts, Ist prem. Roadsters, horse eolt, Chas Evtle, Ist prem. Roadsters, horse colt, Jas Mateer, 2d. Male colts, Willis Willhoite, Ist prem. “ BO McLain, 2d, Roadsters, mares, Willis Willhoite, Ist prem. Roadsters, mares, Jas Mateer, 2d. One year old colts, John L Roberts, Ist prem. One year old colls, Lemuel Ruggles, 2d. Common Stork. 2 year old fillies, John F Allgood, Ist prem, 2 year old fillies, Jacob Wendle, 2d. 8 year old fillies, Ld McDonough 2d Brood mares for all purposes, John F Allgood, Ist prem. Broodmares for all purposes, Jas Mu teer, 2d. Norman and other draft horses, Tillman Rauchmen, Ist prem. Norman and other draft horses, Wm Glasscock, 2d. One year old colts, Win Glasscock, Ist prem. One year old colts, Samuel Smith, 2d. Suckling colts, horse colts, Samuel Smith, Ist prem. Suckling colts, horse colts, Jas Rey nolds, 2d. Farm teams, John B Allgood, Ist prem. Woodford Bass, 2d. Horses for all work, stallions, Wm Glasscock, Ist prem, Teams for all work, Win Moore, Ist prem. Teams for all work, John B. Allgood, 2d. Three year old fiillies, Z M Horsley, Ist prem. Three year old fillies, Samuel Smith, 2d. Horse* Jor oil Work. 2 year old fillies, Ist, Wm Moore. “ “ “ 2d, Wm. Glasscock. Horse colts, 1 yr old, Ist, “ “ “ “ “ 2d, J. L. Roberts. Mare colts, Ist, Willis J. Willhoite. “ “ 2d, B. (_’. McLain. Best mare with her suckling colt by her side, Ist, Willis J. Willhoite. 2d best do, Samuel Smith. Sweepstakes stallions, lst.T. Baughman. 2d,W. Glasscock. “ colts, Ist, Willis J. Willhoite. 2 yr old mules, 2d, Rob Reed. Cuttle. Thoroughbred bulls, Ist, Win. Stewart. “ “ 2d, T. B. Webster. Bulls 2 yrs old, Ist, E. Bushy: “ 1 “ Ist, E. Brewer Grade*. 2 yr old heifer, Ist, R. Bass. Bull calves, Ist, H. France. 2d, John Lytle. Milch cows, Ist, Win Roberts. “ “ 2d, II France. Brood cows, Ist, II France. “ “ 2d, Wm Roberts. Twin calves, Ist and 2d premiums, 11. France. Sieeep*take». Beat bull of any age, Wm Stewart, let prem. Sweepstakes, heid, Win Moore, Ist prem. Sweepstakes, guides, Wr.i Moore, Ist prem. Sweepstakes, grades, G W France, 2d. Sheep. Ruck two years old, E Busby, Ist prem. R Bass, 2d. Buck lamb, R Rasa, Ist prem. E Busby, 2d. Ewe lamb, T B Webster, Ist prem. “ R Bass, 2d. 2 year old ewe, T B Webster, Ist prem. “ E Busby, 2d. Poultry. Ducks, Bell Criss, Ist prcin. “ Mary Allgood, 2d. White Leghorns, J S Reynolds, Ist pre. Plymoth Rock, Martin Varley, “ Dark Brahma, E L Webster, “ Shanghai, W J Griffith, “ Vegptahleu , Sweet potatoes, Mary Allgood, Ist pre. Irish potatoes, Nancy Dixon, *• ‘* Wm Stewart, 2d. Tomatoes, Susan Webster, Ist prem. Onions, John Cook, “ WJ Griffith, 2d, Pumpkins, Willis Willhoite, Ist. Squashes, E Brewer, Ist. Cabbage, P T Starlin, Ist. “ RL Lytle, 2d. Floral Hall. Ben Davis, Wesley Douglass, Ist prem. “ R Nash, 2d. Seek no further, C E Hargrave, Ist pre. Jonathan, Henry Sams, “ “ C E Hargrave, 2d Jennet, Henry Sarvis, Ist pre. “ K Nash, 2d. Pippin, “ Ist Carthousc, “ Ist. Bellflower, John F Allgood, Ist. “ Jos Davenport, 2d. Limbertwig, C C Wroughton, Is*. Northern beauty “ “ Snow, ' “ “ C E Margrave, 2d Dwarf, Jos Davenport, Ist prem. ) Rambo, E Busby, “ " It Nash, 2d. Bailey sweet, A Browning, Ist prem. Roman stem, Jno F Allgood, “ Jos Davenport, 2d. Maiden blush, “ Ist. John F Allgood, 2d. Mansfield, “ Ist. Autumn sweet, S Criss, Is prem. Penoch, Jas Mateer, “ Rome beauty, R Bass, Domine, “ “ Huslop crab, S Criss, *• Transcendent crab, C E Hargrave, Ist prem. Transcendent crab, neury Sarvis, 2d. Peaches, Martin Varley, Ist prem, “ Wesley Douglass, 2d. Pears, E Busby, Ist. Grapes, Concord, Mrs J II Warren, Ist. Delaware, E Busby, Ist. Manufacture. Brooms, John Cook, Ist. Soap, Mrs J II Warren, Ist. Butter, Mrs. It Davenport, Ist. “ Mrs. S Roberts, 2d. Cheese, G W France, Ist. Cake, Miss S EJanney, Ist. “ Miss A M Davenport,|9 d. Pickles, M E Griffiith, Ist. Apple preserves, Mrs A Brow ning, Ist. Mrs G W F*ranee, 2d. Crab Apple jelly, Mrs It Bl iss, Ist. Melon preserves, Mrs G W France. Mrs S V ateer, 2d. Grape jelly, Mis. J II barren, Ist. Blackberry jam, Miss A % M Davenport, at. Plum jelly, Miss A M Dtavenport, 2d. Baspberry jam, Ist, Mr s J H Warren. Needlework, Fancy autil Scrap Quilt*. Ist premium, Mrs BO McLain. “ Sus«n Duckworth. Counterpane, Ist, Mrs MBMateer. II Atwood. Greatest variety of I. Fancy work, Ist, Miss Nannie Mnicer Greatest variety of fancy work, M. Miss A M Davenport. Lamp mat, Ist, Mrs C Hargrave Unexcelled in Economy of Fuel. , a Unsurpassed in Construction. Unparalleled in Durability. Uidispated ia tie SROAS CLAIM ofUelK tie VERY BEBT OPERATING, and host w KRFECT COOKING STOVE _ EXCELSIOR CO. 612, 614, 616 Sl 618 N. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO. Sold by N. J. SMITH & Co., Oskaloosa, lowa. I> K. Pit I ()E ? 8 6 RE A 1 BAKING(fWSp FUWPffIN& JftfßEfel^piXtrtßAiCTS.' Eminent Chemists and Physicians certify that these goods aro free from adulteration, rioher, more effective, produce better results than any others, and that they use them in their own families TITI TlTlTflTHfl UNIQUE PERFUMES are the Gems of all Odor-. |J U UU II IT V TOOTH ENE. An agreeable, healthful Liquid I>< ntifrio . jll l || 111 li |1 LEMON SUCAR. A substitute for L< •mous. M EXTRACT JAMAICA CINCER. From the pun* loot. STEELE Sl PRICE’S LUPULIN YEAST OEMS. The Best Dry Hop least in the World. STEELE & PRICE, Manfrs., Chicago, St. Louis & Cincinnati For bargaius in SADDLES, HARNESS, TRUNKS, etc., go t L. L HULL’S. He sells at prices h; suit Ihc times, and warrants all his work. y/ gjl Mo ' t <’ OMIM ,^ r M ‘* k jiKji jyW^ ijUatchols, etc., in tin- West. an<l l>vi<** them, | Sr ) No. 13 West High Street, ft fMj', | Sign of bay horse hung: intm ad st«>r> . vSr"-' ~ /£- ~ MITCH WILSOIT IIAS JUST RECEIVED New Prints, New Ginghams, and New Embroideries. A LA ROE stoc k of MEEK & F.l^s; FLANNELS, JEANS, OASSIMERES, SATINETS, and YARNS. A NEW AND DESIRABLE STOCK OF CLOTHING. The Best Unlaundried Shirts for SI.OO to be found in the City. A splendid good unlaundried Shirt for Seventy-five cents, and shall offer extra inducement# in all kinds of goods tor cash strictly. Come and see us and we will do you good. r, 2 RIGHT HERE AND NOW! N . J. SMITH & CO, Desire to call the attention of all to their stock of HARDWARE, STOVES AND TINWARE. Wc claim to have the largest and host line of goods invthe county. Our as sortment of COOK STOVES can’t be beat in the State. FENCE WIRE. We know what we are saying when wo tell yon that wc can and will self BETTER WIRE AT LOWER PRICES than an)’ other house in the county. • TINWARE. We have a large Stock on hand and are prepared to do any kind of ,lob Work that may be called for. ODD WRINGERS Repaired, Old Rolls reset and new ones furnished when wanted N. J. SMITH * CO. North Side Square. Established In 1857. HARDWARE! HARDWARE, HARDWARE! AT Cary Cooper’s, No. 2, Union Block p 00 TIIKRK FOR SUCH HOODS AS Cane Milisand Evaporators, Cider Mills, Cutting Box es, Scales of all kinds, Wive Rope, Tackle Blocks, Church and School House Bells, Mill Machinery. • • '7 BUTCHERS’ TOOLS, Emory Wheels, Bridge Bolts, Gum belting and Backing, LETTER PRESSES, Marbelized Iron Mantels. |ORDKtt« SOLICITED FOR ANY HOODS NOT KKIT IN THIS MARK FT., Pencil drawing, Ist, Alice Roberts. Zephyr wreath, Ist, Nannie Matccr. “ llowcrs, Ist, Mrs Sarah Heed Bouquets, Ist, Mrs E Gilland. “ 2d, Mrs S Muteer. i’. S. This is the best tliat 1 can do un der the present circumstances, as 1 have not got all the committee’s reports. W. J. Williioite, Scc’y. Bound to Swallow Them.—Over at Leighton the new political compound had a meeting, and David Comes and Dan Prine addressed the people. During the course of the pow-wow, Dave said to Dan: “We Democrats propose to vote with you “this year, but only for this year, for next “year we intend to swallow you up entire “ly, and there will be no such thing as a “greenback party." That was an honest confession and only verifies what we have all along said as to the part Democracy was playiug in this fight. They are sim ply stooping to conquer. Republicans, who honestly differ with the party on fi nances, do you not see that the attempt is being made to destroy you for the build ing up of the party you have 1 ought with both ballots and bullets since 1800 V Think carefully about the matter. The Reunion. —No event occurring in OsKahmsa for years has been so much of a success, or given such satisfaction to all concerned, as the reunion of the 241 h un i 2oth ult. The time for preparation was short,—too short it was feared; but the result was just as gratifying as though double the time had been consumed in preparation. The illumination of Tues day was conceded to be the finest thing of the kind ever seen in Iowa; The compan ies from abroad were unsparing in their praise of it. The decoration too was simply magnificent. The credit for the success of this part of the reunion is due to the j’oung men of the Y. M. L. & L. association, who took the matter in hand and left nothing undone necessary to the success of the work. The parade on t uesday night was grand. On the second slay there were not less than 10,000 per sons at the fair grounds to witness the sham battle and hear the addresses. The p trade in the morning was finer than that of the previous evening. The old veter ans did themselves honor by their soldiei* ly “walk and conversation" during the entire route. The parade made by Oska -1 *itsa College was an interesting fcutuie of the exercises. Nearly two hundred teachers and students were in line in the column. The addresses at the fair grounds by Hon. llenry O’Conner and Gen. F. M. Drake were master pieces of eloquence ami oratory, and found a re sponse hearts of all present. The sham battle was a grand success. About 593 participated. It reminded us of the olden times when the crack of the musket and the boom of the cannon meant more than play. Unlike some other reunions, no one was hurt. Everybody seemed pleased. ; ILid the weather been fair on the morn ing of the last day, there would have been 20,(K)0 people in attendance. This has demonstrated that Oskaloosa fan do big things if she only wills to. We feel es pecially grateful tojthe militia companies Capt. Aldrich and his battery, the various bands and all others who by their pres ence assisted in making the reunion a success. Over Dcs Monies River. Kns. Hkkai.d General health pre vails. Crops are maturcing. Many herds • of swine getting ready for market. Some schools are in operation, and if it was not for the greenback “money manic” people might be happy, we hope that second so ber thought may prevail and financial ruin be averted and our National Banks re main, with currency equal to coin. Veri ly let us vote aright. John Taylor. Sept 20, 1878. Walker School Mouse. p Ens. Herald. — We had a joint discus i sion here between llvde, greenhacker and Nan Phillips, of your city, R Ball in the chair. Mr. Hyde opened with a nice speech ; Phillips folhvvcd with a telling speech of two hours, opening up the na tional banking question in tie- most thor , ough argument we have heard, though questions were propounded by six at a time; yet lie kept cool and we think satis lied every hearer that the statements were correct; also reasons of the hard times. He told us he was raised among us on the farm, and when in his teens often having no shoes to his name when winter came, except he might manage to steal his fath er’s boots to go a sparking in. Many of • the boys present made other good remarks I which would have done honor to the best statesman ; but the piesident very ungen tlcmanly took tbe liberty without a voice to close the debate in a harrangue of half • an hour. The disputants however acted ' very gentlemanly. Voter. The Alhia Discussion. Ens. lleuald: —Friday at Alhia the grccnbackcrs were afraid of the hide of their Widow Weaver, i-.nd would not al-, low Judge Sampson to discuss with him and openly refused to allow him to carry out the contract of having a joint discus sion in each county seat in the district. Judge Sampson was there ready to speak, —anxious to speak—but some of the green hackers from Ottumwa who lie-rd Samp son and Weaver there, said they had bet ter not allow the discussion there as Samp son had literally skinned the widow at Ot tumwa, and it would never do to have it repeated before that 5,000 people. One Mr. Perry, who is neither a g. b. or a Re publican, and wlio was not a committee man of any kind, took the matter into his own hands and tried, like our Bill Delash mutt, to bulldoze the crowd. I do not know much about him, only they say at Alhia that he was an infamous rebel dur ing the war, and made several such efforts at that tlmejto induce [the Democrats to rise in arms against she country. That is the kind of men who oppose Sampson strongest and who are paying the expenses of the campaign. Weaver had the cheek to try to draw Logan’s crowd from him, and went on w ith his speech; he had abou 100 boys und old mossbacks, headed by T. B. Perry. Had it not been for Perry there wouldn’t liaye been 50 persons to hear him. lie has only one speech ami can not ever make a variance in that speech. The g. b’s of Monroe went hack on the unfortu nate old woman yesterday, and he looked like he had been hit with a club. Adams Tp- Soldiers’ Roll. Frank Stone II sth Maes inf Chats Stanley K ISth lowa inf Charles Terrell A :*6th N V Elijah Busby B 4th lowa cav Jacob Good B Wm Ankeny II “ c «v Marion Grimes K loth • inf Charles Johnson K Uh “ ** James Mateer C JOth lowa inf John Kelly KlmerCtilvcr 9lh loan inf Win McKinney C lJtli ** *• James McDonough C Wm Fagan D 33d lowa " Milton Davis Ohio Milton Young I2Sth Indiana inf Michael Kre/.er, A 4(thlowa “ Wm Kirkpatrick A 7th *• Jacob Krezer A 40th “ Chanccy Lowry A Stli “ “ James Tanner James Wronghton A 3Sdlowa Wm Sprowl _ Richland Tp Soldiers’Roll. Name. Company. Kegiincnt. Abraham Lucky nth Ills Albert Hull Wth W Va Lewis Crowder C 15th lowa Sylvester Baldwin C 33d “ John Parkes II 3d “ J F Swett L 4th cav F Nichols K tl lowa A J Quinn It :M *• CL Jackson C 15th lowa Henry Hovel Ira Smith “ James Croyton “ Old " A D Petty Fred Gary J H Spain “ ** Henry Comes " ** John Curry “ “ W N Hunt II *th “ cav S Q Spain II “ J B vancleve C IMh ** S G Vancleve C “ J L Billings II Ath lowa C B Spalds laid Ohm Sam’l Huh #5 “ Joseph Sipps tilst -* Win Long H’th Mo Mort Jackson C -SM lowa G Vandccamp ** JosHedpnth “ J T Itedpah “ *' Wm Osborn “ " Ell I.undy ** 15th lowa John Miller 17'VVa Calven Hess «th Ind hat Joskph Cunningham 47th lowa John Winters “ Prairie Oily News. The Oskaloosa lleuald is now publish ed dally and will continue that kind of a paper till after tbe election* It is a lively paper and will wield an iu m?D;e influence Yvti<«cver it is circulated. We wifh the publishers succets, 1 MEDICAL. TiIYT’S For TEN YEA.TYS TUTPS I‘II.LN J have been tbe recognized standard I f amily Medicine insll tbe Atlantic I State*—E'iom Maine to Mexico, j scarcely a family can be found that 1 does not u»e them. It is now pro- I posed to make their virtues Known • i le WEST', with the certainty tiiat as. soon as tested .vill bo t o:iia as popular there as they are in the North and south. TBIT’S PILLS!! DO THEY CURE EVERYTHING? MO.—They aro intended for dis eases that result from malari al Poison and a Deraneed Livor. Dll. TI'TT has devoted twenty-live year* to the study ot the Liter nud the i c .tilt lias demonstrated th»t it exert* ■ i-eater intlueuce over the system than ituv other organ of the body Digestion aud A*siodlation of the food—on which, tie pi nd» the vitality of the body*—to car rli d ou llnough it ; Hit regular aetiou ot the bowel* depend* ou it. und when these function* are deruuged, the Heart, the Hi nin, the Kidneys, the »kiu, iu tact the t -..lire organism I* ullected. SYMPTOMS OF A DISORDERED LIVER. Dull Vain in the Side and Shoulder, loss of a nnetito: Coated Tongue; Costive Bowels; Sick-headocha; Drowsmeaa; Weight in the Stomach after eating, with Acidity and ilolehinsc uo of Wind; Low Spirits; Loss of Energy ; Unaociability; ami forebodings of Evil. . IF THESE WARNINGS ARE NEGLECTED, SOON FOLLOWS DYSPEPSIA, BILIOUS FEVER, CHILLS, JAUN DICE, COLIC, NERVOUSNESS, PALPITATIOM OF THE HEART, NEURALGIA, KIDNEY DISEASE,. CHRONIC DIARRHOEA, AND A GENERAL BREAKING DOWN OF THE SYSTEM. HEED THE WARNING! TABaIEI TUTPS PILLS. The first dose produces an ef fect which often astonishes the sufferer, giving a cheerfulness of mind and bouyaney ot body, to which he was before astrang <*r. They ert‘ate an Appetite, Good Digestion, and SOLID FLESH AND HARO MUSCLE. A LOUISAN A PLANTER SAYS: •• My plantation is in a malarial district. For ecvcial years I could not make halt a ctod on account ot sickness. I employ one hundred and fi-ty hands often half of them were sick. I was m arly discoursed when 1 began the use ol TITrS PII.L.S. 1 used them as a pre caution as well as a cure. The result was marvellous; my laborers became hearty, robust, and bappv, uud I have had no further trouble. With these Fills I would not fear to live in the Ohofouokee swamp.” K. RIVAL, Bayou Saba, J.a, ** BEST PILL. IN EXISTENCE.’’ •• 1 have used your Fills for Dys;>ep.-i:i, \\ ik Stomach and Nervousness, and <. u say I nev - had any thing to do me so liiuvh good > ii U-- way o : medicine. They are as goo-i.. -on r< ;>- re-cut raein. 1 recommend them a- t-ie Boat Fill in existence, and do all I can iu .c quaint others with lheir good m-rits.” J. W. TIBBETTS, Dacot v. Si: . :. SOLO BY ALL DRUGGISTS, 25 CEiiTC v .Office, 35 Murray St., New York Ayer’s Sarsaparilla tFor Scrofula, and all scrofulous diseases,Ery sipelas, Rose or St. An thony’s Fire, Eruptions and Eruptive diseases of the skin, Ulcerations of the Liver, Stomach, Kiaueys, Lungs, Pim ples, Pustules, Boils, Blotches, Tumors, Tet ter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Ringworm, Ulcers, Sores, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Pain in the Bones,Side and Head,Female Weak ness, Sterility, Leucorrhoea, arising from internal ulceration, and uterine disease, Syphilitic and Mercurial dis eases, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Emacia tion, General Debility, and for Puri fying the Blood. This Sarsaparilla is a combination of vegetable alteratives—Stillingia,Man drake,Yellow Dock—with the lodides of Potassium and Iron, and is the most efficacious medicine yet known for the diseases it is intended to cure. Its ingredients are so skilfully combined tliat the full alterative effect of each is assured, and while it is so mild as to he harmless even to children, it is still so effectual as to purge out from the system those impurities and corruptions which develop into loathsome disease. The reputation it enjoys is derived from its cures, and the confidence which prominent physicians all over the countiy repose in it proves their experience of its usefulness. Certificates attesting its virtues have accumulated, and are con stantly being received, and as many of these cases arc publicly known, they furnish convincing evidence of the superiority of this Sarsaparilla over every other alterative medicine. So generally is its superiority to any other medicine known that we need do no more than to assure the public that the best qualities it has ever possessed are strictly maintained. PREPARED liY Dr. J. C. AYER & C0 M Lowell, Mass.. Practical and Analytical Cheniistt. SOLD BV A, t DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE. WAGONS, BUGGIBS BTC. JOSEPH JONES. 3 ’ If" g os mi »>■ o / I ,$Bl H 3 KW® 5° Btioq) on north side of Main «trtH>r, o.io block west of Post Office LEVI COOK. NKI.SON COOK COOK & SON, Manufacturers of all kinds of WAGONS, both Spring and Platform. Ci.--"- •/ - . JjtW o OQ bd C PLOWS made to order and GENERAL JOBBING! of all kinds, both wood and iron; also In faet no job will be turned off. They will be done up in a workrnanly manner. Guarantee Satisfaction iu all eases. Give us a trade. SULKY PLOWS on hand and for sale. CHAS. HERBIC, Manufacture to CARRIAGES Wagons and Buggies. South aide of Main street, one muck west Herald Ulock. All kinds of Blacksmith ing, and repairing, in both Wood and Iron. Buggy painting done In th e best *1 > lo byCH.» Hukuio, an accomplished wor' uiau Business entrusted to me wil’ receive care ful attention. I am now offering a large stock of Fine Buggies and Spring Wagons vt ry low, and on good lime LOWEST PRICES. MOSE HAWKS’ PAPER ISSUES* A Story for Currency Tinkers Moso Hawks was editor of the Allegan Michigan Journal in war rebellion times. Moac was a queer old chip, and loved his bitters in the morning and all other times of the day; and by that same token, it got,him into no end of ridiculous scrapes, both editoriaily and personally. In conjunc tion with the newspaper business. Mose used to run a “shingle shauty.” The newspaper was run during flush times, and old Mose shaved shingles the rest of the year. Hawks was u great man iu his V>urg, and as currency was scarce in that com munity, because no oue had anything to purchase it with, a bright idea struck him. He went into the office one morning and printed a large batch of promises to pay— quarters, halves and dollars —and occu pied several days in uflixing the autograph of Moses Hawks to every oue of them. Hawks, that is, Moses, was no v a wealthy man and possessed of unlimited resources, lie bought everything offered for sale, and paid his new currency, and also loaned it to his neighbors. The thing worked like a charm until tax time, when some thing better was required. Lverybody had sold their “truck'’ and taken Hawk’s currency in payment. The people fl »cked to Hawks and demanded redemption. He redeemed by issuing a uew batch of scrip and more of it. Prior to* this, the scrip had passed currently among the people, but the new issue had so inflated lhe“cur lency" that the people refused to receive it longer, it having become so plentiful as to be worthless. Merchants and dealers had sold their goods for the stuff, but [could not buy any more with it. Hawks [ was bankrupt and could not redeem, and I the people were in a bad plight. One inoruing a stranger prsented him self to Hawks and demanded that he should redeem some that he (the strang er) had received atSuugaiuo , where In had been to look after some business mat t rs. Hawks declined the accommodation. I The stranger then asked. “This is good, I is it not, Mr. Hawks ?’’ I “Good thunder !" replied Hawks, “i 1 ought to bo, lor every man, and wun to within fifty miles of this jiljcj has a peck to a half bushel of ir. ” “But 1 Mr. Hawks, you redeem, don t you ?” “Redeem tbundt r ! ’ exclaimed Hawks; “it wasu t ma le to redeem ; it was made to circulate !’’ A Disgusted Democrat Janl.svh.LF, Wis , Sept. 9. I aui a disgusted democrat. A few weeks ago we selected delegates to repre sent us in the democratic convention to nominate a candidate for congress in th 8 district. Well, the convention met and nominated a man named Barker, of Beloit. Who is this Parker uud nliat is he, that democrats of the First congressional dis trict of Wisconsin should vote for him? Why he is uu old hoaryheaded republican of Ihe most radical type. He has grown gray iu the republican party, and now that he lias turned greenhacker they ask dem ocrats to vote for him. Now, L have been a good democrat all my life, and come of good old democratic stock. My tatlur was a Jackson democrat, and fought uu der him 1812. My grand father fought in the Revolutionary war, and supported Thomas Jefferson lbr president. 1 fought and >hed my blood in the late war for the Ipn ser\ation of that government which my ancestors helped to establish and main tain. We have al\va\s beloved in ilie good old democratic doctrine of maintain ing, the uatioual credit, and paving our dtbts, both public and private, in good honest money, according to contract. I at first, like most othersuf our party, up posed the plan ol issuing greenbacks, hut finally accepted them in good faith, and have always advocated such a financial policy as would tend to appreciate their value and finally make them equal to and convertible into coin, and 1 say that any man who now advocates the plan of is suing a lot of ifredeem ihie fiat currency is either a fool or u knave. There is no mistake about that. Any man who “ don’t know en< ugh to know’ that the proposed fiat money would surely and rap idly depreciate to nothing on the dollar, don t know tnougli to he a citizen of this free and enlightened country, and hail bet ter emigrate. No human power could pre vent such a result. Nothing short of the power of Almighty God could keep such a currency in circulation at par, or am where near it. Old Peter Cooper wrote a letter a short time since advocating the issue of enough of this kind of money to pay oft the national debt. 1 suppose he would send it to F.urope to pay oft' our bonds held there; hut he don’t state where he would get enough vessels to transport it. He might load the Great Eastern from stem to stern with SI,OOO hills of the stuff, and when he got to Kugland or Germany he couid not buy a SIOO bond with the whole of it. But if Peter Coop« r was fifty or six'y years younger he would not make such a foolish proposition. In looking ever the situation we find that the leaders of this dauiphooi party are a lot of sore-heade 1 demagogues, political dead-heats, and financial hunk rupts from both the old political party. Look up the pedigree of any oue of them from Bui Butler and Sam Cary down to the one horse, cross road politician like this Parker* of Beloit, and you will find either a chronic oflictvseeker, u victim of disappoiutod ambition, an old, played out political hack, who has been laid ou the shelf or been dismissed from some government office, or else a man in tinan cial difficulties, who has a vague idea that a new era of inflated currency and wild speculation would enable him to retrieve his broken fortunes. Such men are the leaders of this so called greenback party, and that they should obtain any considerable uuuiber of followers among men who claim to liossess common sense is one of the most amazing events of this century. ] am very much mistaken if a majority of the true democrats of old Rock couu ty and the First congressional district of Wisconsin submit to be led astray by the false aud pernicious doctrines of this bastard party, and vote for the old pul itioal renegade who has been placed iu nomination by the men who misrepresent ed the party in the late so called democratic convention of this congres sional district. The Republican party is fighting in this campaign for the rights of the laboring man —the right to work unmolested by the iudolent and vicious; the right to get for his day’s work dollars that will buy a dol lar’s worth of clothing and food : the right to keep his money after he has earn ed it, instead of having it taken from him by force or stolen from him by form of law, —in short,the right to he industrious, prosperous and happy, with none to mo lest or make afraid. This is for what the Republican party now gives battle, and upon this issue it must cither stand or fall. Defeat, however, is not to be thought of for a moment. In the lmdntenanoeof so sacred a cause it cannot be otherwise than it should succeed, iu spite of all oppositiou, from whatever source. It will conquer repudiation aud rebuke dishon esty even as it conquered rebellion and abolished slavery— Daily Nonpareil. Resumption means that your cur rency shall bo made better, better, und better, till your dollar is as good us the best dollar in this world, und there stop. We fought this grout war to make all men equal before law. We fight this buttle of Haunt* to make all our dollars equal beioro law whether they aro silver or gold or paper. We believo iu a foot that measures just twelve inchos, no less, no more; a pound that weighs just sixteen ounces advoirdupoise, no less, no more; and a dollar of whatever it be made, that is worth either as evi dence of debt or as a reality, just ono hundred cents, no less no more.— Gen eral Garfield Tho aggregate amount of the national debt reduced since March 4. ISfiil, is over $072,000,000 —about one third <>t the present debt—and secures an annual reduction of interest of more thuu tiR,- 000,000. MEDICAL. CATARRH Catarrh of the Nasal Cavities, Acute, Chronic, and Ulcorative, Hay Fever, or Rose Catarrh, Catarrh of the Eye and Ear, and Catarrh of the Throat, SUCCESSFULLY TREATED WITH SANFORD’S RADICAL CURE. ClATAitllll Is »disca»oof the mucous membrane. j Tu np ramcntsa.'id constitutions vary lU«cv:r -lty in indlvUU.»l Catarrh may arise from a cold or a succession of colds, from su.ldcn change of atmosphere, w.-nrl 'wet clothing, or exposure to iuclemcut weather, and becoming thoroughly chilled when the digestive organa are in a mortal or in h-tlve condition, mid the atrongth and v.tal forces .-shitintcd. Tbe d-sease may arise from a scrofulous condition of tho blood, from Bcarlet F- Vi)r.M<-;;V.”», and Diphtheria,in which case* the eve end rar »>re generally luvolved and u.sciiarge qua-iUtic* of matter. The discharges from the n s •, the distinctive feature In all catarrhal cases ir - >i r/hatcvcr canto they arise, may betl.ln and w at -r>\ and so acid as to cause redness and exco n hod of the skin with which they come in con ta<-,or thick a 1 yellowish, emlttiait a foul odor, '. . tear and white like the white of an egg. There t>*. an entire lack of secretion, the surfaces be i j Ir,- and feverish,the face, front and upper part •>i tha head feeling uncomfortable, and as if it waa .•.u ncled by a tight, unyielding band. This latter phase .8 called Dry Catarrh. The free mattery dis charge* causa the psssages to sweU and become tbieaened, rendering breathing through the nose diSlcnlt or impossible, and the sufferer And* it nec -ssHry to breathe through the mouth, thereby ncr.nit’i isrcol l all to paas directly to the bronchial tuh.-s and lungs. The matter passing down the throat creates a constant detlro to hawk and ex n ctorate to throw it off; but when tho membrane is dry and feverish, lurtead of passing freely down from the nos t ana throat, tho mucua becomes bard and forms into scabs. Incrustations, and nai l lumps, which adhere so flrir.iy to the nasal passages and throat as to requiro very persistent efforts to dislodge them. Tho eyo in sympathy becomes ln flimcd, red, weak, and watery, or in the morning the lies may be found glued together, and matter is secreted m more or loss quantity. The ear also becomes seriously affected, discharging quantitlee of matter, besides being visited by the most violent neuralzic pains, ending frequently In inflamma tion, ulceration, ana finally deafness. The throat, bronchial tubes, and lungs are in many cases affect ed by catarrh, and when prostration ot the ner vous system is superaddecLaach affections become A brief survey of this mostssrioua disease warns al 1 who are afflicted with it to make speedy prepara tion for its treatment before it becomes chronic. The advantages offered by Sxsfoud’s Badicajl ( rns we coufldently believe aro to be found in no other remedy. Evaryatcp in its preparation, every lino In the directions, mark it as a scientific remedy, calculated to meet every phase of the disease. The numerous testimonials from the best people la the United States attest the esteem in which it Is hel-1 l y those who have been freed from the most de structive and dangerous disease with which man kind i= to-day afflicted. JUST PUBLISHED. A carefully revised Treatise on Catarrh, with an acenrate description of symptoms and sympathetic di-eases, together with minute directions for effect ing with Saxfohu’s Radical Ccee a speedy and permanent cure. Also obaervatlonson diet and the general health. Of vast importance to ali afflicted with catarrh. It is wrapped about each bottle ot thi Radical Ccr.x, or will be mailed free on re c.ipt of stamp. Each package of SAjjronD’s Radical Crux con talas Dr. Sanford's Improved Inhaling Tube, w ith fall directions for uso in all cases. Price, fil. Sold by all wholesale and retalt druggists through out the United States and Canada. WEEKS & POTTF.R, General Agents and Wholesale Drug gists, Boston, Mass. Mcouns’Bl VOLTAIC PLASTER Cures Pains and Aches. It equalizes tbe Circulation. U subdues Inflammatory Action. Ir cares Ruptures and Strain*, it removes Pain and Soreness, it cures Kidney Complaint. It strengthens the Muscles. It cures Rheumatism and Neuralgia. It relaxes Stlffcued Cords. It euros Nervous Shocks. It is Invaluable in Pat alvsis. It cures Inflammation or the Liver. It removes Nervous Fains. It cures Spinal Weakness. It is Grateful and Soothing. It cures Epilepsy or Fits. It is Safe, Reliable, and Economical. It is prescribed by Physicians, it is indorsed by Electricians. PRICE~2?CENTS. Becarefalto obtain Collins’ Voltsio Pla*tti, a combination of Electric or Voltaic Plates with a Liable Medicated Plaster, at seen lutlic above cut 8 Id by all Wholesale and Retail Drugging tbrongb out Hie L ulted States and Canadas, and by WEEKS & FOTTER, Proprietors, Boston, Maw. Ayer’s Hair Vigor , For restoring Gray Hair to its natural Vitality and Color. original color, with the gloss and freshness of youth. Thin hair is thickened, falling hair checked, and lialdness often, though not always, cured by its use. Nothing can re store the hair where the follicles are dcstroj'ed, or the glands atrophied and decayed. But such as remain can be saved for usefulness by this application. Instead of fouling the Lair with a pasty sediment, it will keep it clean and vigorous. Its occasional use will prevent the hair from turning gray or falling off*, and consequently prevent baldness. Free from those deleterious sub stances which make some prepara tions dangerous and injurious to the hair, the Vigor can only benefit but not harm it. If wanted merely for a HAIR DRESSING, nothing else can be found so desir able. Containing neither oil nor dye, it does not soil white cam bric, and yet lasts long on the hair, giving it a rich glossy lustre and a grateful perfume. PRE PARED BY Dr. J. C. AYER L CO., Lowell, Mass., Practical and Analytical Chemists. SOLD BY ALL DBCGCtSTS EVERYWHERE Anions tbe Useful poilet Article* We notice a much-liked preparation for the hair, possessed of properties so re markable that no one who cares to own a clean and healthy scalp with beautiful Hair should pass it untried. Its prop erties are cleansing, invigorating and healing, and after a few applications the hair ceases to fall, Dandruff and Humors disappear, and the hair grows clean, soft and silky. It keeps the head cool and comfortable and, in a few days restores the hair if Gray or Faded to its natural and life like color, beautiful to look upon. It is PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM that has won such popular appreciation by its many excellent andhealthful properties. Sold by KI. W. OIFFOBD, O.biiluaia, ADMIRE THE BEAUTIFUL Many Ladies Suffering from Nervousness, Painful Periods, and Debility, will find that the best wav to re gaiu their health, obtain relief from pain, and secure regularity of their peculiar function, is io use Parker’s Ginger Tonic. Ihe nursing mother, exhausted by the care of her little one, can restore her own strength aud nerves by its use, while the mother's comfort, thus secured, is imparted through the milk to her babe, making it happy, free from pain, and disposed to refreshing sleep. Dou’t allow your druggist to impose any Essences of Ginger upon you, as ginger aloue is entirely destitute of the reme dial properties we have secured in this etegaut compound. Buy a 15ct. sample from your drug gist and try it OlaSsa Mail forte. F. W. McCall, Dealer In Monuments, Tombs. Head Stones, Scotch and American Granite Monument*, Ac. OSKAIOOSAJIOWA. o4oyl BASHAW LIVERY aud OMNIBUS LINE. Beat of rigs at reasonable rates; and ’busses to til trains, McMULLIS A Co. Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific H. R Oskaloosa Branch. Westward. Eastward i reight. 1 ass. Pass. Freight SW'S'-*.., VJSiSSS- < JtiS&L iS - liSSii^SSSS^dirfi??? 10 6K 11 5S ..Harper .... 4 ou " 10 43 •• 11 40 •• 14 40PM ..Sigourney. .. 340 •• 10 07“ 14 iOptt 14 40 “• ; Delta 340 “ p so “ •••Hose 11i11... 800 “ 8 68“ “ , ]?? arOskaloosade *400“ «to •• S2O als “ dep “ ar 145“7 45 *» »jg **>:* | *•umet" 0 15“ Jt on M I 1»• *O4 ** ' i!L u * i•• • • J*»rvev l tcpM <4O •• 0 jOPM 3 80pm ar Knoxville del 12 Bopm# o*jpm •This train arrives inChicagoatfi:3oa. m. Trains eonneet at Grinnell,both East and West with trains of the Central low a line. Ai*. ~t Des M.dnes with Keokuk A Dee Moines Hoad for all Western points. Trains oonneet at Eldon with trains of the Keokuk & Des Moines K. K.. for ait point* in Kansus and Northerii Missouri. 'I ickets for sale vis this road at all principal ticket offices. A A. lu. IMITM, A.JUimball, ‘ Uen'l Pass. Agent. GeniHupi - Hoaack iisutK Agent Oskaloosa .