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\\’’ s. KENrtORTIIY. " * Attorney-at-Law. Anil Nnt ry Public. Officii over the Wh - York 'tori;, « i >t siile of the square. Oskaloosa. lowa. Deposit!,.ns taken by K)i»rt*lMml. nJfitf I \AVKNPOKT A HOLLKS. Attorneys*at-Law, NoUrks I’utilir an.l Collecting Agents. office oyer Farmers'mid Trailers* Rmk, Uiksluon, I " ■ 4:>mil / v ( G. PHILLIPS. ' '• Attorney-at-Law. ■ ollccMog, Insurance and lienl Rotate A rent, Oskaloosa, lowa. Otlli'vover li <Jppenheimcr A Co.’s t»iM>t and shoe store. It.tf I oils W. W(H)|)V, ** . Attorney-at-Law, <‘sk iioos*. lowa Special attention (riven to collections, probate business and conveyancing. <MUcc with central lowa loan ami trust compa ny* south si I ire. 55tf I OIIS F. LACEY, *“ Attorney-at-Law. mid government claim agent Office in Bojcr & Barnes’ Block, Oskaloosa, lowa. Prompt at tention triven to i'll!lections, Probttc business will receive careful attention. Business attend ed to lit the l . S. and State courts. l'.*tf obert KissicK, Attomeyat-Law* and Notary Public, Oskaloosa, lowa. Office in Centennial lllook, over Frankel’sclothing store, north side square. Wiil give special attention to collections, probate business and conveyan* cine. Practice in all the courts ot the state, "i PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. nu J C. BARRINGER, Physician and Surgeon* Office on west aide of public square, over Boy er & Rimes’ store. Residence one block north of northeast corner of square. 4!*tf MARTIN. Office up stairs in Rodgers’ building, northwest corner of square. Entrance on High street, south side. Residence in the •‘Lord property.” Me. I* ;. west High street. I \ll. F.. STAFFORD, * ' Physician- Will devote hi? entire attention to the prac tice of medicine. May be found at his residence first door north ot First M. K. church or at .1 W. Morgan’s drug store. 3Mf |\U. I). A. HUFFMAN. ’ f Physician and Surgeon. Office over Levi's clothing store, south west corner public square. Oskalooaa. lona. Resi dence on Main street, three blocks east ot the public i-quare. Sltf I\R V.PARDFN. * ' Magnetic Healer- Office at his residence three blocks directly south of Post-office, is prepared to treat all dis ■sses except deafness, with general satisfac tion. Terms. #lO per mouth. He will always be found at home. 18 AT J< >BIH TEN NEY. -*» • Physician and Surgeon. Office over Plunder store, south side of pubFc square. Oskaloosa. lowa Thankftil for past patronage, still solicits h good share from the citizens of Oskaloosa. and vicinity. Night anil country calls attended to promptly. Careful attention given to diseases given up by other physicians. 49tf J. L. Coffih. G. N. Smith. / AOFFIN A SMITH. ’ Homoeopathic Physicians *■ Surgeons- Special attention given to diseases of women and children; also to electric magnetic treat ment for neuralgia, rheumatism, ctolera. paral ysis, epilepsy, diseases of the lungs, etc. Night and country calls promptly attended -to. Office north side of square over A. A. Kendig’s gro cery store. Residence east end of Galt hon-e 4U BROKERS ANI) BANKING. ~~ I | ISRAEL M. GIBBS, - BROKER. Loans of all kinds negotiated. Mercantile pa per bought and sold. Room 8. over Farmers’ and r- I 'auk, Oskaloosa. lowa. lltf , M ON E Y To Loan a* 8 Per Cent, on improved Farms, on from three to five years time, in sums of #soo and upwards. For further information call on or address, T. L FOSTER, nß*‘tf Bcai-on. lowa. MONEY FOE MORTGAGES • tmUiMVATB. • THE CORBIN BANKINC CO., llw It iidaa), New V k. Purchase mortgages well secured by first lien iqxin country Real Estate at the very l»exi rates. W7aß Money at 8 per Cent ON ♦ Farm Mortgages ( In sums not less than I Five Hundred Dollars. F. M. DAVENPORT, Oskalo <aa. fltf] lowa. 10 Year Mortgage Loans. 10 i Money to on Farm and City Property for 8 and 10 years, interest payable annually at rates as low us the lowest. ‘ No Commissions. Will buy Mortgage Notea. ri E. H CIBBS Oskaloosa. lowa. May 31,1880. n4om , » BANKING HOUSE [ c or e FRANKEL, BACH & CO., Will receive deposits Jand transact n general hanking, exchange and collection business, the same as an .incorporated bank. Exchange on all the principal cities of the United States and all cities of Europe bought t and sold at sums to suit the purchasers. v Passage tickets to and from all points in c Europe for sale at the lowest rates. Collections will receive prompt attention. We do a strictly legitimate banking business s and give th<- wants of customers special at- > tention. ® Correspondents • hmm- National Bank. New York. * Kuhn. LoebAc Co, New York- International Bank, Chicago. Commercial Bank, Keokuk. >- S. RICSIAHOS pri-s. G. W.IIsLE V. Pres, [ K. I>. l.isix.Y, Cashier. National State Bank j Oskaloosa. - - - lowa. [ Paid up Capital SIOO,OOO. j SURPLUS 540.000. coiihkkhomdkwts: tiilmsn. Kon A Co.. New York. Commercial Nut ion a I Rank. Chicago. Valley National Bank. Maint Louis National Bank of Redemption, Boston. Keokuk National Bank. Keokuk. M.K.COTTS. Pros., M.T Wiluamb, V-Pros. j W. A. Limply, Cash. \ THE OSKALOOSA 1 National Bank, Of Oskaloosa. ItfWa. Diucctoiis: I M. E. Cum M. T WII4JAMS. J. 11. Ukskn, 11. W. LoailUl, H L. HPESOEK, JAMKM MOCPI.LOCU, J. RlllXknAUT. I COHKfcSHtkWKHTS: Exchange National Bank, New York. First National Bank, Chicago. | John SiaaiE: L. C. Bi.AacuAtti>. | President. Vlee President. Uahuy S. iloWAUi*. Cashier. , The Farmers* and Traders’ Bank, Of Oskaloosa. lowa. lOrganiAod under the State Laws.) KtiM-kholders Liable for Double the Amount of Capital Stock. Correspondence .Solicited tUdli'ctioos mode and Remitted on day \ of Payment duibctoml JoHMKIXMXL. PCTIB BTOIUS. T. J. ULACKMTtIHk, J- A. L CRooKIIAM. P. W. Puilcdh, Jona H. Hmitm. C. T. WILLAMD. O. Ik McFALL, Mathis' Pickw 8* mh&mi THE WEEKLY Oskaloosa Herald IS BY FAR THE BEST Advertising Medium IX OSKALOOSA, HAVING 2000 CIRCULATION. 2QQOI Most of which arc to persons in Mahaskacounty. I OrR FACILITIES FOB Book and Job Work! Are as complete as any office in the State. All I the new styles of type ami pouu jon pmieaEx. ATTO BN E YS-AT-LA VV. I Dm PBKDCK • Attorney at-Law. and Notary Public. New sharou. lowa. 17tf J I VMK> K. COOK, ! Attorney-at-Law* I and Notary Public. New Sharon, lowa, 2'ltf | I OHN M. iIKUKt iN. 11 Attorney-at-Law- Office over Beatty's shoe store, north side ol I p rquaiw, Oskatooea, lowa. riW I I f W. GLEASON. * * - Attorney -at-Law. And Oollectinjr Agent. Office over National I s State Hank, (Mnlsoat, lowa. 11 I Ur W. HASKELL, • Attorney-at-Law. office in Plveniv Block. Oskaloosa, lowa, Busi ness promptly wttemlcd to. a;tf lon X a HOFFMAN, '' Attorney-at-Law, an I N tary Public. Office over Levi’* Store, . 1 iwa. 42tf I OHN <». M \ i.roLM. Attorney-at-Law. Colli'ctijns promptly attended to. Office on »ort i ride, over Frank*Ta bank. n2's \l i Attorney-at-Law, office in Oskaloosa National Hunk Block, lip stairs, nortlPWMt ooroer square. -Rtf I Atmri \ Johnson, *-* Attorneys at-Law. Oskaloosa. lowa. Office over M. Wilson’s “tore, north-west corner square. 47tf j »OI,TON .V Mi < <>Y. * > Attorneys-at*Law, oskab><>-a. lowa. Office in Oskaloosa National II ink Gluck, over Briggs’ drugstore. VOL. :!0, NUMBER 42. trv <K>ni> er day at home. Samples worth yO bU • I 'wof, r i tree. Address Stinson ATC'o., Augusta, Maine. nlSylpd A fits. W A. SKEVKItS, Teacher of Vocal and Instrumental Music. Instruction given on either Piano or Organ. Careful attention given to voice culture and tcohuic. Ail pupils entitled to class les sons. JOylpd pOR SALE. One business lot, 20x120. ou Main street, oppo site Herald block. One business lot, 2«xfio on Market street, on lirst alley southot square. Call on 2Uf T. LEIGHTON, J PAULEY, . GENERAL BLACKSMITH I NO. I Mono Shoeing-, Hoof-hound horses relieved. | Repairs Reapers, Mowers mid Farming Imple- I merits. Wagons and Carriages. Plows new laid , I and sharpen -d. All work (lone 'pon honor, sat- I isfaetion warranted. Shop In rear of Nash’s I Agricultural House Jefferson Street. >lf Thousands of Dollars I Lost every year by buying shoddy goods. Go to Bennett & Sprague For a 11 rst-class PIANO OR ORGAN, I They sell the bos’ goods for the least money. I Leave orders with P. A Watts, Oskaloosa, lowa. n.'SSlnipd j FRANCIS CASTLES 7^ Stone Quarry, AtCivon, Mahaska Co., la. I Cut Stone and Wall Stone furnished to order. Quarry close to the K. A I), branch of the C R. 1. ,V P., and lowa Central It. R.’s. 2**iui> B A S H A W LIVERY AND Omnibus Lino. I Best of Rigs at reasonable rates and 'Russes to all trains. Me Mill.I,IN &CO. f\lt. M. L .1 At KSON, Surgeon Dentist. Office in exchange block on High licet. 11 -kh K- M<>rgunV drug store - N 'irons o\ dc gas ad llimi“'.ered the CX- I HBaDlw traction of teeth. lOtf 700 Acre Farm for Sale. The undersigned will sell his Too acre stock farm Madison township, Mahaska county, lowa, known as the Gehtnan farm. This farm con sists principally of pasture lands; is watered by i one of the best springs in the country, and the Skunk river; lias an orchard of over doo bearing fruit trees; floe lot of bearing grape vines and other small fruits. Three hundred two and 1 three year old steers will be sold with farm if desired. Term-, one-half to one-third down, balance on long time. For particulars address John W. Mitchell. 3fm >pd Oskaloosa, lowa. Cadle, Mulford&Co. PLANING MILL, Sesli, Door & Blind Factory, Brackets, Mouldings, Scroll Sawing, &c. MUSCATINE, IOWA. n-imfi LiGci e l-.t LAST. Dr LrOVi ' V ' .'at LLcovery. Nervous Vita it? res' O Or. L-.ibig's Spe cific t/.cui bermsn Cure For nervous deh'liiy from whatever cause. A simple ant! infallible r«*MKi|y tor physical debility, seminal weakness, iinj>«»i«*ncy, Ac., resulting from excesses, indisc rein ns or v.ln.iry vice. The only prt;iar.»tir-T> rndr.n—.t - lie Mi-.li,:a! Associations and Academ:. tol l.cu . ■ .. 1 rai.ee and England, and adoptrd by the M.-i,..,: Stall of the German and French An»oe«. l'am|-lileL' with full history of the discovery mailed free to nny address by the Chicago Agency. Ihe I beat German Cure is sold by all Druagi>ts at #1 per package, or six pack ages for #s,orwill 1« sent free by mail on receipt of the money, by a-!dre''it>* The l-eibig Medicine #Co., 9s Dearborn St., Chicago. Ills. ~ PLASTKKKKS atufMASONS. Geo. Neidiver. PLASTERING AND Whitewashing And general job work done on short notice. Cistern Building a Specialty. All work warranted satisfactory or no pay. Address, Ceo. Neidiver, n'»m3. Oskaloosa, lowa. Henry W ailing Dealer in Building Material of all Kinds, and contractor of BRICK AM) RUBLE STONE WORK. Cisterns, Flues and Cellars Built on short notice. Also havo good Brick for sale at lowest market price. Henry Wailing, n-'lvtf Oskaloosa, lowa. Plain and Ornamental PLASTERINO. Also JOB WORK in'otir line, done with neatness anil despatch M. W. WHITE & SON. I also have the solo right for this county, to manufacture the celebrated Baker ARTIFICIAL STONE, for the ornamentation of buildings, such as cor ners, sills, door and window caps, etc. This composition has stood a thorough test of weath er and frost and is proof against them. Cistern Building a Specialty wmt • m. w. w. LIME, LIME. 1 have a Lime house on the first alloy north ot the north west corner of the public square, where I will keep a supply of good fresh lime constantly on hand, and will sell the Port Byron White Lime so cheap that you e.an well afford to use it to do your plastering with. The Port Byron Lime lias mi excellent reputation both for cementing qual ities and the large amount of good free working mortar it will make, as well as the beautiful smooth white surface it inukes when used in tin* i-dilng plastering. It has three very great ad vantages; first being a very light lime well burnt und dear of (Mire, it will make morcinortnrtoHO pounds; second, it being a very cool-working lime it is not so liable to crack in plastering, and third, hut by 110 means the least to lie consider ed. is that it forms a stronger cement than any lime I know of. I shall keen on hand the very l*est native Mine in the market, and will u<; pre pared to do any kind of plastering, cement work, cistern building, etc. no matter how small or how largo the joli, and will either furnish all the material or do the work only, as it may suit the parties having it done. Enquire at C. W, Ellsworth's grocery, or address JOHN MELONK. Oskaloosa, lowa. I’oHtoffiee ls>x 84. nfl coal Ready For Business. COAL. COAL. COAL. The undersigned wish to state to the citizens of Oskaloosa and surrounding country that they are now prepared to furnish a good article of Coal, either delivered any w here In the city or at their bank near the C. R. I. A P. and Cen tral Railroad crossing. PRICER ALWAYS AH IJIW AH AT OTHER RANK*. i,„. John Long & Son. GREAT S hort-horn Sale 'IMIE OTTUMWA BREEDERS’ ASSOCIA -1 TIG ft w... hold a public sale of BO head of Hhort-horus -05 Cows and Heifers, and V> bulls, AT Agency City, lowa, ON Wednesday, June 23,1880, Consisting of YOUNG MARYS. YOUNG PHY 1.- LISKS, Imp. JOSEPHINE**, Mrs. MOTTEH, and othar good families The young things are well bred, from good sires. TERMS:—Six months’ credit, with approved note, or 5 per rent, discount for cash. For Catalogue and information, address J. C. HIN-SKY, Secretary, 41 w/ Ottumwa, lowa. CoL J- W. Ji’ov, Auctioneer. The MISCELLANEOUS. | ABSTRACTORS & LAND AGENTS. ABSTRACTS Of Titles to Lands and Town Lots of Mahaska county, furnished on short notioe and on reasonable terms, by R. DUMONT. Conveyancing Neatly Done. Office up stairs In 1. Krankol A Co’S building, on the west side of the public square, Oska loosa, lowa. JOHN F. LACEY’S Land Agency. I have on my books a large number of farms and houses iu town; also many thousand acres of wild land. If you have real estate to sell or wish to buy. give me a call. I pay taxes in any part of the state. Conveyancing done. Office in Boyer & Barnes’ block, Oskaloosa. lowa. 100 nice building lots iu Lacey's addition to Oska loosa. 10 Abstractor of Titles, I have two coininplete setsof books contain ing titles to all the Lands and Town lads in Ma haska county, carefully gotten up from the re oords and compared, and the two sets compared with each other, so that they must be as near perfect as can be made. Abstracts furnished unreasonable terms. Also titles perfeoted for small compensation. Money to Doan at 8 per cent. Principal payable in annual installments SSO ayear and upwards to suit borrow ers C. P. SEARLE, Cowan MMm & Co., Abstracters of Titles & Lo&nagedts, Ollioe with Central lowa Loan nml Trust Com pany, south side public square, Oskuloosa, low a. Also Real Estate and Insurance Agents. Quieting titles a sjiecialty. I*rebate matters promptly attended to. We have a complete set of abstracts of title t<» all lutuls and town lots In Mahaska County. Alsoa good lineof Insur ance companies, rates reasonable Sp<*cial at tention given to buyitigand selling lands on Commission. Money to Loan at a Low Rate o’ Interest. n - MARBLE WORKS. Osliaoosa Mark Works. F. W. McCall, Dealer In onuraents. Tombs, Head Stones, Scotch and American Granite Monuments, Ac. OSKALOOSA IOWA. HIDE HOUSE. Chicago Hide House Will |>ay tho highest pncu lor Hides, Pelts, Tal low, Grease and Dead Hogs, OFFICE At WAItEIIOOM, Orio-half block east of square. Call on us be fore you sell. CECNER BROS. & CO. OCULIST. OCULIST AND AURIST Dr. A. McKAMEY Is now located In his new ollice over Mitch " ilson’s store on west side, where he will treat All Diseases oi the Ey e on the Principle of . “NO CURE, NO PAY.” lie refers to any or all of his patients for knowl edge of his skill. Call and sec him if afllictcd with auy disease of the eye. nl&-ylpd LUMBER YARDS. H OH ML 1 £r M © _i e» ri | >cj >§> * s «bi = G ?! g R 5 ® p ! > a aa u §M o l!gW s pffS "W J »ft* ? *2 * r sM S o ‘w § 3 T 3 C 75 3o sr '■? < 5' 2 x§ 5 °S- _ 3d = gsgf z nr ■w, (A r: so ■» •.» © p* p “ « =3. = 3'P- PI ii » « r > o • * _ i 2 J O ■ ? 3 O * O * ° * g E C S'? < l * w 5 s O P* C ? fc, f" X, S ® §*s C O ! 5 -s! 5 30 s: < ® o m sr ® « m m 4 £ «, 2 * *» COD ST* '* K ex- THREAD. USB / VJ^TRADE>^# f \ HGESjM y<£\m a r l^7 PEORGE A. CLARK, SOLE AGENT. rhe 12 KMT and MOST POP IK AM Mewing Thread of Undent Times. BEWABE OF IMITATIOBfH. 40r8old in Oskaloosa by C. T. Willard & Co., and dealers everywhere. *79 A WEEK- sl3 a day at borne easily made. uiitflt free Address TeuviA.CO , Augusta. Maine nliylpp Weekly HURRAH! HUKKAH! HURKAII! Hurrah I hurrah t hurrah! For Liberty and Law l The lowering clouds are lifting from the plain. And sunbeams, bright and grand, Are lighting up the land— We’re marching on to victory again. cnoßus. Run up the banner, boys, for Liberty and Law; For Uarllold and for Arthur, boys. Hurrah) hurrah I hurrah! Lettho cannon boom, boys, for Liberty and Law— We’re marching on to victory! Hurrah! hurrah! hurrah! Hurrah 1 hurrah I hurrah! For Liberty and Law, He evonnore our watchword and our cry! Let Tilden plot and plan. With all his crafty clan— We'll send him up “Salt River” by-aml-by. CHORUS. 111. Hurrah! hurrah t hurrah! For Liberty and Law l The Southern Brigadiers have had their day. Let Seymour vainly sigh— Lot Kearney howl and cry— Let old Beu Butler die without delay CHORUS. IV. Hurrah t hurrah! hurrah! For Liberty and Law I lust Rebel traitors tremble and beware - l’beir shot-guns shall be atlllod, Our country shall be tilled With perfect peace and order everywhere CHORUS. Eds. Herald. —This is a land of wonders—not only in legend, but in physical features also. The aborigi nes so regarded it on account of the grandeur of its scenery, and wo so regard it on account of tho treasuies contained in tho bosoms of the moun tains whoso summits pierce tho heav ens which havo always been tho uhodo of the Gods. The Indians of the region did not believo that the world was created, but they thought it was tho work of chance, although they knew that tho heavens had al ways existed. As tho domicil of tho gods hud al ways oxisted, and the earth was cre ated without purposo, it was necessa ry that the gods descending from tho savages’ high Olympus should shape tho ends of tho earth’s inhabi tants; and mingled with tho legends of tho natives, wo find the stories of their gods, who, descending to earth, first stepped upon tho tops of the highest mountains, where their first experiments were made. This place, which is accessible by way of tho Union Pacific Railroad, ii situated amid the Laramie plains, which are but one of the mountain ous parks in tho park system, lying in the region of tho summit of the Rocky mountain range, extending from north to south ihtough Colora do, and bo tho most pro ductive gold and silver region in the world. Situated in tho midst ol tho richest mineral region ol Wyoming, and on the borders of the now gold and silver fields at tho most accessi ble point, it is becoming a point of great interest; and situated at tho most accessible point of entry into that region, it is becoming a place of some commercial importance. Such being the ease, and eontein piating a tour of the mining regions of Colorado and Wyoming during tho current season, I have chosen Laramie City as my initial point, and shall penetrate tho country as I can most conveniently do from this direction, giving to tho presh in the courso of my rambles, a series of let ters on tho country and its people, contemporaneous and aboriginal. I shall not confino myself to the exam ination of gold and silver prospects moroly, but as hitherto tho country has boen unoccupied and unknown to white men, I proposo to make some othnologic researches, which, as ray exordium would indicate, may bo tinctured by tho mythology of tho region whoso inhabitants are a pecu liar people. Of courso, the thin and meagre imagination of tho American savages was not equal to the creation of Mil ton’s magnificently imperial Satan, or of Goethe’s Mephistophcles, with his subtle intellect, his vast powers, his malignant mirth; but in so far as the Indian fiends, dovils, and other gods, have tho ability, they are whol ly as wicked as these, and only think of ovil, and as it is suid that gold, which these mountains and the earthly homo of these devils contain, is the root of ull evil, perhaps by having recourse to their legends, we may tho better discover tho radical root, as the Jesuit fathers did while tho country was younger, but as well known, perhaps, as it is to-day. And so I trust that I may claim your in dulgence whon I mingle myth and truth, weaving a net of both, but keeping each distinct, and giving tho preference to truth, which is of the most concern; and so as fiction is to occupy a position subordinate to fact in this correspondence, I shall devote tho rest of this letter to a statement of the facts which havo engaged pub lic attention already, and give inter est to my subject, although at the outset I may havo conveyed an op posite impression. Tho discovory of rich silver bear* ing carbonates in tho vicinity of Lcadvillo has produoed a revolution in mining for tho precious metals. For years thoso carbonates wero con* sidered a worthless material,, to be got rid of and thrown away. Being heavy, they sunk to the bot tom and filled the riffles in the sluice boxes of the placer miners and pre vented tho successful raising of tho gold of tho gulches where they were found. Their first result was to stop gold mining and all other mining in the regions whore they existed, for they were not known to contain sil ver in paying quantities, and the su. perimposod rock where they exist being of the more recent Bilurian formation, contained only small “gash” veins or lodes of tho precious metals. Tho carbonates lay in the contracts between the asoric and pa* leazoric rocks, so that finding such supposed to be fruitless rock, explor ation was not carried below, and ex ploitation ended at the contact. But this is now all changed, and the I stone that was rejected has now be- OSKALOOSA, MAHASKA COUNTY, IOWA, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1880. Campaiyn Sony. I. KITE It FBOajVYOMIKU. Laramib City, Wyoming, i If AY 39, 1880- | come the chief atone of the corner of the temple of Colorado’s prosperi ty, and threatens to depress the com mercial value of silver, which has so long been a standard of all value. Prospectors are now most excited over discoveries of carbonates, and although they concede the superiori ty of fissure veins as permanent mines, yet on account of the largo bodies of rich ore found in the con tacts, contact veins have the pref- erence. The carbonate hell struck in the vicinity of Lendvilie attracts most at tention, hut lhat’helt extends north westwardly ft)rough the region of the ; :u Us of Colorado and into Wy oming, and being most mecs-iblcat this sea on id the year from thisdi- reciion, ihiH place is receiving a largo influx ot miners ami prosper tors, and on account of fts acccssildli ly is destined to become tlio great out repot of tlio region, as it is on the line of the Union Pacific Railroad at un elevation equal to that of the north and middle parks which lie immediately to the southward, and are at the same time ot easy access, and tho center of attraction in mining circles, tlio mountains encircling them abounding in rich and exten sive gold and silver bearing veins, and the passes over the divides be tween the parks being low, an excel lent nuturul route extending front this place through the parks and as fur as Leadvilie and the Gunnison country. Persons going from this direction toward the parks, have, upon entering the mountains be tween the north park and the Lara mie plains, found rich gold fields at the ond of their first day’s journey. Jelm mountain, which lies on the line of their march, seems to be a net work of gold veins, small in size but exceedingly rich in the character of their rock; numerous veins affording samples of ore assaying over 1=50,000 in gold per ion, and as high as $97,- 000. The result bus been startling; for where no one lived two months ago, Cummins City, a prospoious town and live mining camp is situ ated to day, at a point only about 30 miles distant fronCthis place. The Douglas Creek region, which is in the Medicine How moun tains some dozen miles west of Jelm mountain, ulso attracts considerable attention. Nuggets of pure nativo gold, weighing us muchjjas 00 pwts., (worth as many dollars) have been found in the alluvium of the gulches, and rich quartz lodes in the rock in places, one of which, the Keyslono by name, having already yielded by racuns of rude processes some $30,000 in gold, and another, the Centennial, a like amount of the precious metals. In fact the whole Medicine Bow range lying between the Laramie plains and the north park is proving to be as rich in gold as the Rabbit Ear mountains lying between the north and middle parks are known to bo in silver, and within the last week the discovery of rich carbon ates along tho base of the same mountains has crcatod considerable excitement, but as to tho extent of the discoveries made I am not fully advised, and in fuet do not attach much importance to them as tho ex istence of large contact veins in the immediate vicinity of true fissure veins, is according to my notion, rather improbable; but of this, more anon. • Tbo presence of Indians bus here tofore mado prospecting dangerous, and rotardod tho development of tho park regions, but the success of tho last two years in carbonate mining has stimulated prospectors, and tho tens of thousands of peoplo attracted by tho richness of tho mineral re sources of the country will hereafter make it dangerous for tho Indians m tho parks if thoy do not overrun the Ute reservation, which lies immedi ately to tho westward but docs not comprise much of the country now attracting so much attention, oxccpt that lying to tho westward of the middle park on tho Grand and its tributaries, and known as the Gun nison country. Indian depredations have already boon reported in the latter region this year, but tho truth of the report has not boen fully ac cepted. During tho current week, howovor, several hundred Utesfrom tho Gunnison country have como up the Grand, through the middlo park and mado their appeaaauco in the south-western part of the north park where it is roported thoy have killed a few prospectors. Whether their intentions aro hostile has not trans pired, but it is quite likely that the} 7 are merely hunting elk, which aro abundant, and only killed tho minors as an incidental diversion. In any event, four companies of the 3rd U. S. Cavalry will procood from this place to morrow to intercept their further advance, and prevent tho in terruption of prospocting in the north park and region lying between it and the Laramio plains. Later in the season Gen. Pope will sond troops from tho south, as the country is in his department, but at present inaccessible from that direction, so that Gen. Crook is roquirod to afford aid from this side. I shall probably accompany tho column as I did the column sent to tho roliof of Thorn burg’s command, and tho White Riv er agency last fall, in the capacity of correspondent N. Y . Herald, and in the couibo of my rambles I shall send you occasional loiters, provided 1 re eoivo a copy of paper containing this. M. L. I’randt. Ite-working Butter. Hundreds of tons of white butter src bought every year, worked over by deal ers, colored up and sold for double the price paid the farmers. This fact should convince farmers that they should put their own butter into the best shape for market and so realize all they can from it. It must hare the bright golden color of June, which nothing but Wells, Rich ardson A Go's Perfected Butter Color can give. Use this color, pack your butter in the best manner, and you will get the top price. Oskaloosa Dismal as the social and political crisis in California has, for a season, appeared, a new era is dawning. The Christian pulpits have asserted themselves with unwonted power. In the Oakland daily Tribune we notice a sermon of remarkable pertinence, justness of sentiment, and robust vigor of statement, by Rev. J. K McLean. “If the foundation be destroy ed, what can the righteous do?” was the question he asked. What the righteous, at such a crisis as theirs, should do, he tells wonderfully well. “Public opinion four weeks ago set its heel upon the head of the serpent that had so hissed and stung in the fields of San Francisco. And the hissing and the stinging ceased. What law had long bungled at and grown weary of, and left still unachieved, public opinion acting through law in an hour accomplished. It will therefore be crim inal for San Francisco, holding such per fect power over evil-doing and so know ing that she holds it, not henceforth to use it. In a word, let each clean minded, clean-handed, clean-hearted man and wo man make himself aud herself felt as a power for good, and sin shall be ashamed; crime shall hide its head, violence skulk Into its lair; while morality, virtue and religion shall again have sway. Then, in the words of the great Prophet of Israel, who is also the great prophet of the ages, the work ol righteousness shall be peace; and the effect of righteousness, quietness and assurance forever.” These are wise and timely words to be spoken on either coast of our continent. There arc thous and of cities asd villages where horrible temptations arc allowed and infamous practices tolerated, to the imperilling of all homes and all good interests of the community, which the good men and wo men of the place might, if they would, compel to hide their heads and skulk away.— Advance. The Volt ale Kelt to. Marshall, Mich. Will send their colebcatc-d Electro-Voltaic Belts to tho ufliicted upon 30 days trial. Speedy euros guaranteed. They mean what they say. Write to them without delay. n!2vl A. 11. Ueetl vs. Ilist. Tp. of Union. Tho decision in the above case was published in the Daily State Register during tho past week. Tho state superintendent affirmed Supt. P. L. Kcndig's decision, leaving the re dis tricting as determined by the board of tho township. It was tho tran script in this caso that opened tho eyes of the employcos in the state superintendent’s office and caused them to sav through tho columns of tho Register that it was excellently prepared and recommend tho same to tho consideration of other county superintendents throughout tho slate. Wc are glad to see our worthy coun ty superintendent's decision meet uch approval in the stato office. Dr. C. D. Warner— Dear Sir There arc so many inferior preparations claim ing to be cures for Coughs, Colds, etc., that when a remedy of genuine merit is brought to light, I consider it the duty of every one benefltted thereby, to recom mend it to the public. I can say unquali fiedly that for those ailment for which it is prepared, “Dr. iij.i: hite ine of Tar Syrup, for Coughs, Colds, Asthma, etc.,*’ is the most effective remedy I have ever met. It will certainly give satisfac tion when it is given a trial. Price 50cts. per bottle, equaling in size nearly all dollar preparations. Sold by all druggists. n:i7w9 An exchange says that a ton of gold is worth only about half a million dollars. We give this for what it is worth; our time has been taken up with politics, and somebody has hidden away the scales. . Facts that We Know. If you are suffering with a severe cough, or cold, asthma, bronchitis, consumption, loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or any affection of the throat or lungs, we know that Dr. King’s New Discovery will give you immediate relief. We know of hundreds of cases it has completely cured, and that where all other medicines had failed. No other remedy can show one-half as many permanent cures. Now to give you satisfactory proof that Dr. King’s New' Discovery will cure you of Asthma, Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Con sumption, severe Coughs and Colds, Hoarseness, or any Throat or Lung Dis ease, if you will call at W. R. Nugents Drug store you can get a trial bottle free of cost, or a regular size bottle for $ 1.00 21yl It is only the female mosquito that bites, but when a man gets a chance to belt one with a towel, he’s going to do it without stopping to inquire its gender. Is it a disordered liver giving you a yellow skin or costive bowels, which have resulted in distressing piles, or do your kidneys fail to perform their functions? If so your system will soon be clogged \*ith poisons. Take a few doses of Kid ney-wort aDd you’ll feel like a new man nature will throw off every impediment and each organ will be ready for duty. A Kentucky girl says when she dies she desires to have tobacco planted over her grave, that the weed, nourished by her body, may be chewed by her bereaved lovers. The development of acrid elements in the stomach which are carried by the ab sorbents into the blood and come into contact with the sensitive covering of the muscles and joints is assigned' to the cause of Rheumatic pains. Dr. Rosan ko’s Rheumatic Cure is an alkaline oint ment neutralizing the acidity of the blood and relieving the sufferer from all pains upon the first application. Sold by W. S. Mays. The Wheeling Leader is palming off the biggest snake story on record, how a ser pent attempted to swallow a New Jersey mosquito. Troublesome Children, that arc always wetting their beds ought not to be scolded and punished for what they cannot help. They need a medi cine having a tonic effect on the kidneys and urinary organs. Such a medicine is Kidney-wort. It has specific action. Do not fail to try it for them. An Irish gentleman, speaking of the scarcity of feed in Utah, says that thous ands of cattle have had to be killed to save their lives. Bucklin's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,Chilblains. Corns, and all kinds of Skin Eruptions, This Salve is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in every case or money re funded. Price 25 Cents per Box. For sale by W. R. Nugent. 20-ly King George of Greece, now in Paris, goes to the circus twice per day and is never tired looking at the elephant. The season for coughs and colds is now upon us. Dr. Marshall’s Lung Syrup is the greatest specific of the day. Call at the drug store and try it. Price 25 cents, 50 cents and $1 a bottle. Sold by Dr. J. W. Morgan. Before man was an ape he was a veg etable . Probably a sort of chipansy. The close confinement of all factory work gives the operatives pallid faces, poor appetite, languid, miserable feelings, poor blood, inactive liver, kidneys and urinary troubles, and all the physieians and medieine in the world cannot help them unless they get out of doors or use Hop Bitters, tl)e purest and best remedy, especially for such cases, having abun dance of health, sunshine and rosy cheeks in them. They cost but a trifle. See another column. A sixtecn-year-old Canadian boy eloped with two girls. Kate Claxton has laid away a snug little pile of 995,000 this season Power of Public Opinion. Can You Doubt This? Reading, Mich., Sept. 15, 1879. Rev. T. J. Iddings. What Ails You? Cet Out Doors. SELLS BROTHERS’ MILLIONAIRE CONFEDERATION OF STUPEND OUS RAILROAD SHOWS. That able, influential and reliable news paper, the Denver (Co).) Daily Tribune says : “In every respect the Sells Brothers fulfill the promises of their advertise ments," and the Red Cloud (Neb.) Chief adds : “Its managers allow no gambling on the grounds, and people can attend the show without the fear of being fleeced by sharpers." That’s the kind of talk that will win, every time, in this commu nity, and fill the vast tents of the great est of shows to overflowing, when it visits Oskaloosa, cn Friday, July 2. There arc few indeed with so little of the circus lever in them that they would not go a long ways just to see the cham pion bareback equestrian hero of the world, James Robinson, ride, and yet, re nowned as he is, he but forms one feature in the colossal exhibition with which he is bo honorably associated, and which, besides a complete collection of the rar est wild beasts and birds, hikl a circus of supreme, classic and refined merit, con tains a $200,000 herd of Elephants, the largest ever seen in paradi ; two $57,000 full grown, living Hippopotami, the only pair ever imported; a $50,000 Aquarium of huge Sea Lions; the only SIH, 000 drove of Performing Colorado Cattle; the only $22,000 Two-horned Hair}' Rhinoceros, which tremendous brute, it will be remem bered, nearly demolished a locom; tivc at Pittsburgh, Pa ; the only $25,000 Willis Cobb Miniature Circus; the only King Sarbro’s Royal Japanese Circus; the only genuine $20,000 sixty horse-power Elec tric Light andj Motor, exhibited both af ternoon and evening; the only tribe of Ute Chiefs and Braves, who appear at each performance in u most wild and thrilling equestrian drama, expressly ar ranged for them, and graphically illustrat ing the savage onslaughts and single com bats of border warfare. VVc wish to speak with special praise of the relieving fact that no pedding is allowed by the Messrs. Sells within their tents, and that they, moreover, rent no privileges of any kind, but retain exclu sive control of their immense establish ment, manage it in person, and call upon the authorities to aid them in stamping out all swindlers. Such managers ought to make money, and they have made it, “by the cord,” and liberally invested it in the biggest and best show on this conti nent. Tup Advantages of Mahaska County ns soon by One of its Host Farniors. Lj)s. Llerald. —I desire to present some reasons why Mahaska county and especially in the vicinity of Oskaloosa, is superior to any other piace in the state, especially for farmers. While we believe that lowa is one of the best if not the very best state in the Union, as I believe it is given up that lowa has a larger per cent, of good farming land than any other state. We also believe that Mahaska county will compare favorably in this re spect with any other county, and we also believe that Mahaska county has many advantages which other counties have not. Many think that in this prairie country fencing costs a great deal. So it does in any country. We can buy good burr oak rails 10 feet long for three dol lars per hundred; good burr oak fence posts for from 8 to 10 cents each; which I believe is as cheap as they can be bought for any place, and wood is a drug at from two to four dollars a cord delivered in wood house. Why is this? Simply be cause there is so much coal in the ground. The farmer who is not quite so fortunate as to have coal on his land can buy good Lump coal for Gor 7 cts. per 100 It.s, and now the Excelsior Coal Co., but two miles from the city of Oskaloosa, is selling line coal for 50 cts. per wagan load, 25 or 30 bushels. Most of the farmers here are using it. Where else can you get fuel so cheap? And fuel is the one thing need ful to be looked at as we have to have it every day through life. Fruit of all kinds that are raised in northern states except peaches is generally abundant here, some times peaches, but not every year. While Oskaloosa may not be quite as fast and large as some other cities in the state, we firmly believe the colleges, schools and society will compare favorably with those of any other city in the state or any other state. Farmers get as much for their pro duce and stock here as at any other place in the state, and more than, many other places, as we have good railroad facilities, three railroads crossing here. We always have competition in that line. As to bus iness in Oskaloosa, I know nothing of it; farming is my business and that is what I think and talk about. I should have said while speaking of the coal that there is not much better medicine for hogs than a little slack coal occasionally, and we can get all we want of that for hauling it away from the banks. Mr. Editor, you will excuse me for taking so much space, but I should have mentioned the splendid w*tcr and most excellent building rock that we have abundance of. I only ask the farmer that is looking for a location to read this, think about it and examine for himself. A Farmer. COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Osk.u.ojca, June if, 1880. Called meeting. Present—The Mayor and Councilmen Abraham, Briggs, Frankel, Lacey, Mattison, Nash, and Smith. The Mayor slated that the meeting was called at the request of the Water Com pany. The pending question being upon the motion of councilman Briggs in relation to the extension of the water main in the third w ard, the resolution was withdrawn. Councilman Smith offered the following resolution and moved its adoption: Jtesolved , That the committee on water be and are hereby authorized to make a contract with the Oskaloosa Water Com pany for an extension of main pipe as follows: A four inch main commencing at the corner of Monroe street and South street and running thence four blocks east to the corner of Cedar street and South street, thence north on Cedar street two blocks to the corner of Main street. And four hydrants to be located by said committee on said main or elsewhere un der this contract, the annual rental of said hydrants not to exceed Fifty Dollars each per annum. The said water com mittee are empowered to contract for the same under the contract heretofore made except as herein provided; Provided , That nothing in this resolution or in the contract made thereunder shall in any manner change, amend, modify or impair the contract heretofore made with said Oskaloosa Water Company, or any ordi nances heretofore enacted in relation to water supply in said city. Carried. Yeas.—Councilman Abraham, Briggs, Frankcl, Lacey, Mattison, Nash and Smith—7. Nays.—None. Absent and not voting.—Councilman Brown. Councilman Mattison moved that coun cilman Frankel be requested to invite Mr. Stripe, superintendent of the Keokuk water works, to attend the test of the water works here, measure the streams and make an examination of the works. Carried. Councilman Frankcl moved that the fire committee be instructed to purchase the additional nozzles needed for the test. Carried. On motion adjourned. D. C. Waogonkh, City Clerk. The consus taker called when tho old man was out. “Parents living?” he asked tho childron. “Mother is dead,” said tho oldest boy, “but father is living.” “Male or female?” askod tho census taker, in tho rigid pursuance of his duty. And boforo ho got to tho noxt house ho tried to make thorn toll him tho sex of the caudle molds. Herald. PLUMBERS and GAS FITTKRS. WATER ! Oskaloosa Plumbing and Steam Fitting Co., are now ready to pipo your buildings for water. Wc have on hand a full supply of Faucet*. Hath Tubs, Hot Water boilers. Sinks. I.awn Sprinklers, Hydrants. Rubber Hose. &o Wrought Iron and Lead Pipe. • 'all around and see for yourself. Shop on Market Street, nearly opposite Mavor’s Office. T. iv. SMITH, Supt PLUMBING. Steam and Gas Fitting. We arc now prepared to do all kinds of work in the above line on short notice, 'reasonable terms and first-class style. A full supply of PLUMBING MATERIAL Kept constantly on hand, such as Hath Tubs, Water Closets, Boilers. Sinks. Wash Stands. Pumps, Brass and Silver-plated Faucets of all kinds. Hose, Iron Pipe plain and galvan ized, Bead Pipo, Sheet Bead, &<•. Country residences lifted up for the use of hot and cold water on short notice with all the mod ern improvements. Pump Repairs & Jobbing Work in the above line promptly attended t<>. Shop and office in McCall s Block, on west High St. n39tf D. W. HI NT, Agent. FOR GOOD Photographs Prettiest Pictnre Frames, MATTS, &c., For Framing Photograph?, oall at WARRINGTON’S, West High Street, Oskaloosa, lowa. n 8 CHANGE. SHEAR & SHARRA, WAREHOUSE Lately occupied by E. E. Tucker, tittod It up for the convenient reception of G-iRALITsT, Built a new office Jon the south side of High with Seales ongsidc, will continue to Pay tho Highest Market Price in Cash for all Kinds of Crain. Oskaloosa, April 3,. 1879. CHANGE. Z. T. Kalbach & Co. Having purchased the ELEVATOR lately own cd by K. E. Tucker in New Sharon, arc now prepared to receive all kinds of GRAIN, ami pay the highest market price. Wo have the best elevator in the county. No shoveling required for unloading All farmers in north part of county should bring their Grain to the elevator of Z. T. Kalbach &Co., Miller & Harbach, Manufacturers and dealers In FURNITURE Burial Cases and Caskets UNDERTAKING DONE. Bast room “Herald Block.” j. B. McCurdy & Co., ■ # " . ’ North-East ■ Corner of the qJ H Public Square. The] Boss M FnrsitnrsDealsrs,. And UMRMERS m and see their H New Stock. Cj Nicest Goods W And p Greatest Variety - j Ever brought to. Oakaloo- IBa for the money. n2G M. I3EKMAN, Manager. 84.3m0. PHOTOGRAPHY. Or the GRAIN BUYERS. Having purchased the New Sharon, lowa FURNITURE. of all kinds. Wooden and Metallic oonstantly on band. ESTABLISHED 1850. Time of Arrival and Departure o' Mail at Oskaloosa Post Office. „ „ „ . ARRIVAL. K. & i). M., from west i0:30 a. m. ~ „ 7 Bouth M.-OOm. C., K. 1.4 P., from cast 12:80 p. m „ , V „ “ weal 3:45 p. rn. C. of lowa, from northand south 2:30 p. m . DEPARTURE K. X I). M„ going south :>:00 a. m. „ . .. “ west 10:80 a.m. C.,R. I. &P„ “ east 3:00 p.m. _ , “ west 12:00 m. C. ol lowa, going north and south.... I:U,p. m. OVERLAND MAIL. Fremont. White Oak. Cedar, and Concert, arrive and depart Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat urdays. Eveland Grove, Auburn, and Ferry, arrive and depart Tuesdays and Fridays. Indianapolis, leaves Rose Hill Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Mauoh Chunk, leaves Rose Hill Tuesdays and Saturdays. Granville, leaves Now Sharon Tucadav* and Fridays. Peoria. Flint, and Union Mills, leaves New Sharon Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Church Directory. CONGREGATIONAL CHUKCH.-servlccs at 10:80 a. m.,and 7p. m. Sunday-school Urn. Prayer meeting Thursday evening. J. E. Snowdkn, Pastor. ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH.-Ser vices Sunday morning at 10:80, and Wednes day evening at 8:00. You arc invited. CHRISTIAN CHURCH.-Preaching Sunday morning at 10:30; evening 7 o’clock. Sunday school 2:30 n. m. Prayer meeting Thursday evening 7 o'clock. R. H. Johnson, Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.- Preaching at a 10:30 a. m. and 7p. m. Sunday-school 12:15 P- m. Prayer-meeting on Thursday evening, 7:30 p.m. A cordial invitation is extended to all. J. M. Batch, Pastor. I7MTBD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.-Pub lie services Sabbath 10:30 a. m.. evening 7:30 p. m.. Sabbath-School 9:00 a. m.. Prayer meet ing Thursday evening, 7:30 p.m. All are in vited. Strangers welcomed. W. Alvin Spaulding. Pastor. SJIMPSON M. E. CHURCH.-Preaching 10:30 £sa. in. and 7p. m. Sunday-School 3:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday evenings. Btrangers cordially welcomed. R. A. Carnink, Pastor. Y\| / 1 A RoomsoverT. K. Smith’s • aVL . KJ . jewelry store. Meetings for Bible study and worship every Sunday after noon at 4 o’clock. Sunday School Teachers meet Wednesday evenings at 7} o’clock. JEWELRY. JEWELRY. New Store, New Goods, New Prices. Lower than ever Before in the City. Fine Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. The celebrated Rogers Brothers SILVERWARE. A full assortment of Spectacles, Eye Qlasses and Musical Instruments . tic-, tic. In fact everything usually found In a flrst-olass Jewelry store. Fine repairing dono in the best manner and warranted. Save money by exam ining my styles and prices before purchasing. C. H. TEW, West side of square, center of block. 31 GEORGE GUTHRIE, WATCHMAKER, Jeweler and Ootician, Removed to No 206, 1 door west of J. H. Green’s Agricultural warehouse. OSKALOOSA, IOWA. Every description of American and For eign Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired and Warranted. Musioal Instruments and Music Boxes Repaired. All kinds of light Mechanical Work dono Spectacles Fitted to Suit all Sights. Clocks, Watches end JcwolrF Bought Sold and Ex changed. I have a full lino of Brass Goods, Pumps, Sinks, Iron and Lead Pipe and Fittings. Remember tho plaoo, CEORCE GUTHRIE, nl 206 West High StrccL Waltham Watches. mm \C^'J This is the new model movement, tho inven tion of Mr. I*. S. Bartlett, and Is regarded as the most complete and perfect Watch yet made, and with tho new dust proof case, having no hingo or Inside cap to open, is a wonder in mechanism. I have made fine mechanism a life study and consider this the orowning invention of tho age. They are in ali grades from $7 to *3O each, ke y and stem wind, in the line of SPECTACLES I have as heretofore, the largest and best selec tion to be found anywhere. I have the lenses and frames separate, all of tho new American Standard, fitted scientifically to the eye, in any style of frame, from the cheapest to tho finest gold. 1 have an instrument for taking the focus required, and in case they are not alike or affect cd by disease, can readily determine the differ ence, and fit the lens as desired, either in the fin est Pebble, Crystal or plain lens, at a uniform low price. Ido not consider it any trouble to show the goods. My stock of nice Plated Ware is always complete, and 1 always sell a little lower than any grocory store. I have also se cured the services of a Fine Engraver. He is only a boy, but if you world like to see a nice monogram, or any other kind of beautiful work, please call. Very respectfully. 3i HENRY PRICE. SEWING MACHINES. mi: ELDREDGE 3ewing Machine is the Best It surpasses all in workmanship. Its aim fa’i-'S. -s' sss THE WEEKLY Oskaloosa Herald PUBLISHED EVERY THURBDAY BY Leighton, Lee & Leighton Bros. Mary E. Leighton. Geo- R- Lee Chas. Leighton. W. M. Leighton. STEAM PRINTERS. Is the Largest County Papir IN IOWA. Office in “Herald Block,’’ over Postoffice. Terms —52.00 a Year in Advance. r FLOURING MILL. Isaac Mcßride. F. K. smith Mcßride & Smith, Proprietors ol . STONE RIDGE FLOURING MILL Successors to Smith, Mcßride ie Co. Thank!ul for the liberal patronage in tbo past • wc ask a continuanoe of the same, with the as surance uj>on our part that we will do every- I thing in our power to Give Satisfaction to our Customers. satf GROCERIES. GROCERY AND BAKERY. Persons Who Love The verv best bread, pies, cakes, rolls, etc., will do well to call on "MARTY" THE BAKER, Southeast corner of the square, where you will always find everything desirable In the way of all goods kept in a first-class Ba kery. I also have a full line of STAPLE AND FANCY Groceries of all kinds. Call and see roe at the S. E. corner square. A. W. MAKTINSTBIN, Manager. BAKER HUBER’S BREAD. J M. Huber wishes to return his kind and generous public for the very liberal patronage it has given bis Bread, and to serve them he will leave nothing undone to merit a contiouanco of the same. He makes a special] ty of Bread, and his motto is 'Oar* to Dough Right.” He is so busy with baking his bread and delivering it, wholesale, that he cannot And time to deliver around to your house; (this is a fact) so he does the next best thing, he leaves it on salo in different parts of the city, so it will bo handy when wanted You ean get it at James Asher’s Reeturant, H. Howard A Son’s, Weaver & Powell’s,G. H. Baugh, W. E. Vernon. Mattox A Hedge and Hart A Garner's. The Citlzens of Beacon are not forgotten as it can be had of J. W. Moody & Co . K. R. Heard and at Mrs. Smart’s Restaurant. At any of these places you can buy your tickets, and tho Bread will be on hand when wanted. Hotels. Restaurants and BoardingClubssupplled. Partiesbuylngbread by wholesale will do well togivo him a call. If- Remember H übkr’S Bkkad . HARDWARE, STOYBS, &c, G. A. Wells, O. O. Wells. Wells Bros., Dealers in STOVES, Ami manufacturers of Galvanized Iron Cornice and Window Caps. Tin, Copper, and Sheet Iron Ware. Cornice Rooflnft. Spouting and all kinds of Job Work a Specialty. Agents lor the celebrated Mansard Cook and Washington Cook Stove. Please call and see us before purchasing els- First door west of Mattlson Jk Wray’s grooery, where, nil HOOTS and SHOES. N. DODGE SELLS Boots and Shoes. Also keeps a full line of Men’s, Women's and Children’s SHOES. As low as the lowest. No misrepresentation to effect a sale. Boots Made to Order, AND Repairing Neatlv Done. Give mo a call and satisfy yourself. N. DODGE, n JOtf West Bide public square. FREE. FREE. No family should be without one when they can get it for the ask ing. I will give to any one calling at my store a good reliable YARD STICK as a present. I have one for ev ery family in the county. LEVI, The Clothier and Tailor. 35 Mitch Wilson says lie will sake ii to yonr in terest to look at the new pods he is receiving this week. Lowest possible Gash prices guaranteed Shetland Shawls, Plain and Lace Bantings, all colors, While Goods, Laces aid Embroideries, Lawns, while and colored, Parasols am Si Dmbrellas, Roches id Ming, Gloves id Hos iery, Suer Sis to close ont at less than valne;- A new and fresh line of Men’s, Yoitls’, Bovs' id Children's Oats id Gaps; Men’s, Yonths’ id Bovs' Sumer Coats. Please caU id eiaiiie Goods il Pta * lira whim.