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LAVEJTPORT
Bryant (Strain
BUSINESS
COLLEGE
TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE
The Larges in the West
The large number of young men
Who have no time or money to s|H'1mI
Upon Ptudii* that are not to Iwof ]rac
U
al financial value to them must
0111 their ueoessitien, enter ot one
upon the the short way to suecesstu
M11 useful business life. Bumnet
Colleges have become a national ne
Oftwity. The best men of the country
teeoguize their useful ini&Miun and
patronize them. The student should
•elect the best institution, and the best
Is the one that jre»eut» the best course
Of instruction, has the best eorjm ol
teachers und the best urranged rooms
for clarification. The Davenport
Biii-ines-. C'olit gejtreseiil- lie following
UNCIAL. Aii VAN i'AGISB:
The very large attendance and
pfulitable business of the College en
ables the proprietors to secure the best
talent for teachers. They jwy the
largest salaries of any Business Col
lege in tiie West, and Kinpioy only
those teachers that command a high
place everywhere and are worthy of it
The College rooms are fitted up in
substantial and elegant style with all
the modern improvements expressly
for this College, mid are probably tIn
bent arranged rooms for Business Col
lege purposes in the West—ami are not
4
•orpassoi anywhere.
The Boarding Club is in successful
Operation and furnishes the student
with excellent board at prime cost
The kitchen, dining room and table
fUruiture complete is furnished by th
college free of charge, a cook employed
groceries and provisions are bought at
Wholesale, each student paying his
proportion of actual cost. In this way
good board and rooms, furnished und
token care of, is obtained at a cost of
about to jwr week.
Superiority of i'eniuanship Depart
metit. This deiwirtment furnishes tirst
cluss futilities tor preparing ymm
men to become good business penman
or for acijtiiniig a thorough seieiitilk
and practical knowledge of penman
ship, business and ornamental, or to
tearh |eumaiisbip. ilotti of the pro
prietors ol the College :re cla-sed il
the Kpencerian publications as ade[it
in the h|»eiicerian, which is the only
system that uniformly produce* good
writers, and is the standard system
Our students are in demand as teach
era of )xnmanshjp in other school.
and frequently ^et situations as such
before completing the course.
We uiv confident that all these ad
vantages, combined, are possessed bv
no other school. They ure considera
tiono which unite to influence thestu
dent to choose the Davenport Business
College as the place for him to obtain
a practical Ktisine^ Kduculion.
Hix hundred students during the
post year.
For further informal ion apply at the
College Ofllcc or address
MONTAGUE 4 LILLIBRIDGE,
47ISW Davenport, Ion.
PUKE BRED
CLYDESDALE STALLION
LOCIE '0 6UCHAN
Imported August, ',87ft— rlslnsr three years,
will make ttie son or a» follow».
comiiioiiiini Ap'il SWtti: Monday and
Tuesdaj ti.l noon al tt.e stable of A. Yule
DorlbW'St ol Kid Oik thence lo I lie i-lalle
of JoM'ph Little, till Wednesday noon
thel.ci' lo tin' slulile el Duvid Monlaud till
1
hurs3ay norni th'nee to ihe Motile of
6 •rner, llvu milt o nthwest of udt:n, will
atand there till Sutiirdu) iiinrninir 1 ii
to l.ourteu to remain ti.l lour o'clock tbtuc
ttttll stable of Jauie?lirci:r.
N B. I tiia i oatc will
2
E'l
Ij-continued
during
the B-ai-on. til aim ami weutiier permittint'.
PKUlGHEE.—L"ine O'b'ichan was bred
by Mr..« .Cruden outof an exit llent Cld
dale mure, which was got ly that l*r fained
borhc, Eclipse, who valued iillthe first tuife?
where he was shown. His Mp riinee
Chaille, was tin ty Mr. MiUliel,uf tamp
belto out of a pure Clydesdale mare, win
was di-tintniMicd as a piize taker at tht
Cauipbultou bhowi. His (irandi-irp, iri
baldie, who galued a premium of f4" to
acrve the itebousi of Fleet Society, when
four yeara old: the next season, 80 pound*
o a i s e a n e u 4 0 u u s u
Dunferuiliine. lie was nftervanlis nought
by the (Jauipbelion Agricultural Society,
where his stock cnnld :iot be mrpai-i-ol.
O. Graid Sire, Uariiliuldle. who Kaii.ed liret
at Perth's Highland fcocicly iu ls*ll, as I
three-year-old.
TtRMS.—'I o insure, $20, to be paid Feb
1st, 1 s7(j For the "eatsou, $16, to he paid en
fast ronnd. t«ingle service, l'i, to be paid at
time of service. Mares lhat are injured
mutt be returned regularly to horse, or they
will be charged as season mares. Persons
removing or di»pohiii|f of their mares le
fore 1st of March will be required to make
payiueut at the time of doinx so, unless sat
jSfHCtory cvidenee that the mares arc not
Willi foal. Ail accident* at risk of owners.
GREIU A CHI8HOLM.
ALEX. CH18HOLM, Groom. 18
Summer Arrangement.
Burlington,
Cedar Rapids
&
PASSENGER TRA J.\.\
EAJI WA Y DAILY
(EXCKPr Sl'XDAY.)
Ob»l4rtWII
NE 3r4« 1S77, PumrnjNTrail,?
oa Itim ilu« will ruji a« fulluws:
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to C'«jlUII^»U JuiiCt
10 55 NU-j.o.s
il IH i. f.* rty
1 CV«)»«r !t ip.tii
U35 Vim.,ti
im
»a» mi# JuiiCt *'5
lint 10&5 Nlel.«.s 7 Vj s .v1,
7-'l S'J»
1 iw CV*i»«r K ip.d^ &'tH 146
292 SS Vim.,i. in ,t.
•*i WaierliMi t*» 4 38
4 IS 4« Cellar Ta:'* I
4m
au-rioo
440 C*«1ar Ta:'*
Mir K-«rii Juno
I'jyi^ybtQ
SL."
g)
3KI IU
tschenek'! WDcdTonle
/n the atino^ph^ri'(Tix rleneeri here dnr
lug tic n!iiiii«'r month*, the leth-.utrj pro
duced I v (he heat tat.«e away the denir-for
\vh«!cvmc f"Od, and frequent rc!.|ilr„tioi:.
ivdnce bodllv eneiiry, particnla'ly those
aufferlnc from the e'lfeois of ilehlitallntr
diseased /u order to keep a natural health
ful activity of the a.vatem we in a
at resort lo
artilU ial nieaim For this ,urpose .Sell, nek a
.Sea Weed ronle i- very etleelii.l. A few
doses will create an appetite »n«l (five fresh
i^'or to the enervated body. For dyspepnia
it Is invaluable, -tfanv eiuinert phy*iel»n»
have doubted wlHlh.-r dvepep-ia can be per
manently cured by the drUL"** which are i^en
eraily employed for tiiat Durjioae. 'I lie .Sea
Weed Topic In its nature I* totally different,
from such drug*. It contains no corrosive
minerals or acid* in fact it a*sl«ts the reir
nlar operation* ol nature. aiM supplies her
deficient ie« The tonic In It*nature so much
resembles the ira»ttic juiee that it I* almost
identical wi'h tlmi 11' id. The srastiic J'li
is the natiir.il folvc which, in a he* thy
condition of the body, causes the food to be
digested and when (hi* juiee U not eic
ted in sullic cut qinntilies. indlifislion wl'h
ail i sditressin^ symptom*, follows Th
N. a Weed Tonic perforina the duty of the
({istric julee when the latter i* deflclei
.Schei ck's Sea Weed Totiic Is sold by dMr/
PUSL1Q RI
lit
W ni ar N .r.i J'.ixi auk le n
1'iyii.uula
A W
2i
Ul.
Paul
VUmt
1ept Dd
A
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HID .',.'7 Ww L.M-.11 ern 121"
6M poiavilie (to vm
FX ar mr A .e. A le
w
O I E A I
btttU,
ft- »m d-h 1
ty
atn
firm 1'" d.-»i1y !nk. I t»«*vrr was l*»»!Vvrr in *o*irg
with n«J'c u-- hut laving l^ rd ib# Vlckiise
•pokfTj «C hitfh'v. wrj« ri* t** mi'.vi! fr» trr ii^ «nd
•fiai1 qpvit fl at d^t-THi'n »i"n. A* a t*»nic
(whicb IimhIp at It
anvttrrjr I evi-r hfard •(. Kl wi.ole
in ft i* ft jr«*at cU»«ri"r and [nr fl- of the
h'1(nxt. art* manv ot
my
nrquuiiituiii
h.ivf tnkpn it niul all uuito ic pra.de ol its -ki.afac
torv t.
imonp fV# of im
pT't* to in the t» tliintf tno^i in otJ ay
u 1 e y i n n t- u
fev Itw in nd v-f'l o t:.«'
n anftV ?nif !!fi* i.oui Hin-lttla,
and h*f hl.ud lr«»m ii«« t«, hnvinjr tried
ni.'«nv fftmMh-s will»
vo
hjr
tvivT.
to ir» th. Veuki in*.
O P. II HofiUK. Vuhce tn*cer, Staiioat,
Bovi'on, 5I.i
iii:unFi:i,T
If. V. ffrem*, Kpo.
Detir s r—I nhor.'d t«* want!n(r jrr»t!tu1*. If I
fallal to arkrKM'U-dtff* wbnt ti e VroKrtxe ha« dunt
forme. I rtttwrK^d avw? olevfii tnontlm More
wilh -Mtw, *bifh ^.*til»'d 'utu t'ouvntr.^-lion. I
!.ad nii'ht •w»*a?p and U*\« tln.i? \»a» di^L'.'H'nd for
breath fili'i lvei
4 m-nti !!'»«»d
hv**l
Every department has a professor in
charge as instructor, who is selected
With special reference to eminence al
ready achieved in that department.
wbp a!i jtled,
weak, und tu luw i.at iujt incnus U.ou-11 my
time h«|M i
MivWd to mnk*a trial of tfre VKorrma.
wH'-h. ijr.di-r tk e pn v rf i«»d, ha* mfd B»ef
That he liKiy l.-t-h tit#- u«%c»'yi»« m« I rii't-!« o?h«m
aa haf« to inf. ki «f ti:.*it ,n»* ^"tKC m»y at
leiji! vou, ibf Livntt'lt \i «i ton: m:m:r»g,
Liiiul lf MIN Pln 'i IM.IL!..
V.
Mine i» but oi«e uiu«mkT the bmnv
7«ar meuiciuc tuu. ru tine i'iace, &.
MAKE IT PUBLI0.
S»!TH i VI y l#n»
II. It. Htkv*v«,
1^-n 'St.— I luivr f-oto
niaftr m^rreKof
of VroirisK In rose* ol S« rof'fla,
l?h'* iii uiMii, Kuibey i'etanii, urn! otlier
di0t*u«fc of *n:.'ur i make no invitation
lu Nirijij: that 1 ki.o'. Vi tin*, to b»* tiie nvmt n
lir.i»io rv-moiv fi»r Cuf.nr .u-i Urjjp-ijt f.
il? w if likfe been tro^iOrd with Cjt*rrh i »r many
jrcni\ and ut very badly. baa tSvoughljr
Ir'ed v«-i7 aupjMiavd u-itu«dy lhat wo cdhU U«dir of
aitd with nil tliif* alif* b'ta for irral ean» Ih^u grad
oh1!v ^rrow Jisr wo'*e. au.l tlie diwharge liiOk ti*e
v.as »'xr» «hi\e :'Ui «*i v
Sh»« in ihli* r«ii»i:ti. n wlu-ti pV commenced to
take \or*fiNr I roi:Ul that *be waa ijup'o^
iiiif on the MTord onihh«* ij.k ntr the
Yr:*tTiM uiix.l sbe b:.d u.-«jdfrom t*vviw to u
bintJf•*. uiti now :u iut.» jung ym aiirl ih©
pnhiir 4 if yon ohon%» to mk'
1
»l puhhr that *»bc ia
«litir* !y tired, and Vl«h:tink acr«*mplM»i'dfh#€nre
atte^ uotli.J!^ wotihl, IVine I f«—I ju^tifl^d in
wrni' t' nt if tiie iruwt ri'U: uJe rvuo-iy,
lid vv.m!:«1 ad\it»- u»!
5n^
hi-ruri.'ty to try it,
fo" I fie it t»» tfc*? »•'iiu"*!, V"r *i.ihie u*ed*
leaf, fci-fi I a« hii i»ot I..? ttitf to :vco i!- n if.
iam,
ic.t
lespectlully, C. l:.U I.L,
8iure 461 ii.ouaw ay.
•wiffriw^i^ft^wtly wpon the emife* of the«t
CumpM .Lta. It im .gnrtiu-* ami a*n ngthenx tl^
•rhi#.«« (*.i:»*m, art(*li[Nb HiiPfilvr o'^aiiJ*, all«ys
iuft «mnwi!lou,i i^iii»e« nnd -urei* n1i«rruiiwU,c(u«ft
CuiicUpatiou, aiiJ rt'^tilau s lite buwek.
lias Kutirt'ly CumJ M».
Boston, October,
Mk. ftrrvKN#*:
l»far sir- My danpht*r, eftti lisv'njr a wvei* at
la k ol whv.»]»'iie uh, ai* I* u a t:it«* t4
enith. fulvii**T b' a friuid, niie tncd the
Veoetinp., aud aftei tifiu- a lew boUle** waa iu4yrt
•t(»re(i to hen.th.
1 have Khii a jfreat aiiffner ftjm Plu-aoiktictn. I
fcav«» tnk'-n wvftttl b»i'ik of the VHitTiM1: f»r ihla
rotnpl i i t, ami uu\ ha v to »*av it tiae mrtd
m«\ I hav» n«» in»m» juh th«* VroETi^E to othora
wi:h the fame gf«od hiM«* It i« L' *t chaiiter
tod part£Ufr ot
tin*
Ve
Sfctine is Sold by all Druggists.
and Dealer* Ftrrjuliere,
TEE MILD P0W2S k
(M
JlOMZXrATill ,\n "IFICS
Been ill critn-nM--
i
VH_i
rfii.s
?\*u. ul :*9
llM iliuidon A|ttluil Indie
Dillon.
Certain Io\v I R,ONPAPTTS
giving
\i'
i i i V i i v 3
1 a
I he p.-oj'f-jv l.-r i'looher
livfrtiit "iifl.tii,-,V'f,',it'. •. ~l ie*i
tlouofi.Jf'J.lI.iU
J.'.' i 1.
1. I ,f 1»*~,,
2. t,. ij ,t iftiCaH',
8. 1
Ct-,K
1?
-f olo
a
Ol
y*i*
Cttt'f
-.-I \7i.!ine»i
50 Month, i
I rii'.Hlvll'Mli^C
itii
3*. liWri***
I |r«
34. ii» v»»f u. ii
IL-
«.'• w
tkx: i
TT*'i
i:-.i
Northern
Railway.
CrtM-etine eli)-« an 1 eertaiti wilh all Pat
sengw ti .iin» on Uie i. iiic.tjju iV Noi ttiweu
n lailwuy.
Pan sen sfers Irom Dei Moine« and all point*
8outh, can leuve
DWTKAIN. NIUIITTKA1N.
a k
PACirit amgioK A
WOM MUM -I ion.
A If I »r
U Cedtf l'.a|iid» 6 IM.
|US Pul', :, i",
W ^iieil-liurKb 4 V
20 iiiioii le
*OJ |lem..n H3ii
I in 'i a in. Clinton, i: p. m.
eiliir Knpi'ls,!efipm. I'eilar IC i|.|«|w h.lop
Miirsliiiiltown, l:liipin Miirhliullt'n, H-i,
M".
VhI
Jiysart
T: i le sun
II 40 a ar T.-aer
MllSSilUE IJI VISION.
AI. PMIa A PMa.
4 39 I ft 0.Ur Px-l li 11UO
-I Ulle .NiJiaill Mil \:il.Juile
rami Juiie.. I£l7pm. iruinl June
It u
e* Moil
JHCATINE DIVISION.
le. il le A K «r at
(10
'i
uo Burlington III 10
11.V
V
»«M K t) Niebuls 7 at &
II w -K 1 u.tcalme 110 i 'A
PII ar I1 ar A le. le
Palarf s'eepin* cars, owned and oiierati-d bjr tbin
ItaMt, imiiajiy all ight Iraiim
iN.NK,(TION AUK AH I'OLLOWK-.
At llurlinijl^iD, win Io itin, Peoria A- W&reftw
WyS.r liidiHriapollM. i«'%tavctte and cihcin
IMrf I wub fMitcngo iiiirttr«lou Q^incy K foi
C1iic»k K«'«kuk. Qujim'V atfl M. 1 u'm w« »it to Of
tora* n »«)«i all polnM in Kiri^a» an Nebr*
k», aufi
w»tb JV»i liriKUmi & s.uitiiic y fi.r KariM|ii»
too. i.B a)) pultun In K»-
•UM
AtC is incfc »n w tl A Hnuth
w« rro U y for WM»iiin«rfori *ml l.tavfiiwrtli.
Ai N choln wtib Muicatirit' DivlMon 15 K A
ft)f Miwal iif
At W'-*i Libwrlv, w'lh (TH'itjro. Il^irk l*Und an'
Fvlttf raitjt-ad Icrl w» y,
I )«h
an«'
AI VfU» K^rJdy, nKfi |»UUno»» o» I
!. und N f-r »rMl**|*«iid-ii«» W» *1 I'm,,..
vill«» and (ir%*or wtlli OhUn.po anl
•r» Council Hiuffw a*«d i:b1ca
»to, at»'l with Hubu^ut- and SoutljWf-ke/.i H^Uwa\
fur luburju*
Al VluWMa witt) Pacific Divlntou BCR* N, for
Tntr.
A% Wat^r!«x» and Odar FaH-, with IDInols (Vn
tral Raiiroitd for Uubu'jut', i- ^rl Dudge aud Biou
... ... i HU Paul
BtUway, lor Ciiy and harle^ CHy.
wltfc Nt'wanke? and st I'aal IVj.
ftM Mlfiu«ota.
all p»lauun Nortbcrnracific
yJWMi Boperter r«tSioD, and all jutoU
Mi i«) nunfaw«M,
ll.:iiipBi'
Ames. :n.i p. in Anie«, 7: .ua.
Arrive iMh.Nl xV' Ar IK-s M. I-maui
Ames Aeeiiinrnoilatlun leaven u( -mi
'I'ruins leave e« Moines: MhII un«i Kxpress
U:H "I. A lues AeeominiKiailou, 4:H
Mtm
ING frmu LU»»tern
Uimtto au
APIK'TIRAIICT1 of
JUDGE Dillon—with the
long record of his uitHiilied integrity
UIXIN the bench, and hi-S sterling
lion
EIY
:tnd purity of
ehuraeU
reiution
rcputaiion,
SII II I
I hav# not milayp'! ev*niealt!i for netenl v«»nr
.ut-f, v. Iu 11 -»»*ed it to 'ij'.-jft-re ui'h my
mch nj to ti e l.ttwirs cla«
kin»»'.n tl»«* in« n of tn'iii'j oh! r- t«» U!ht
hen thf
iu every
of private life—ha^oreould lor
one
nionieut given
a feather'# weight
to the*E ehargm. made in the column*
of newspapers the
eouduetnrsof
must, of
puuctillious periormancu ot
ly,
«auit»
every
itil tarnished, by mere
Tlicrelurc,
A?ht
ikinjr a 1
§h*'ohfjiined ii that htic ex
prf«-^d a »hh .r h»»r rpl.L t'.at e m'^bt be «b»e
tohok U ,uii (he iilnn who tit hcl fUch a bic**4l».
-tft:! r,
PRAYER.
ST.Pail,
Angt,22»
as a judge. The
time and place for such entire
uiutuhauu*
hlood it i# p!ea%ttiit U take aMl
IC4U cLecrfuil? r,y-omtn ii't.
)AilL+b SM'iiSK, WU AU|«UI tosmL
jtislifi
catiou is not now, nor in the columns
,»FA newspaper. The records of the
court, whin these are appealed to in
open and regular session, will furnish
ample and indisputable vindication.
Meanwhile, the GAZETTI may direct
attention to a fact or two, known, or
to be known of all men, which surtlc
iently
very
indicate the utter falsity of the
charge ailed in# udge Dillon. THESE
relate to the Central Hail READ of lew.A,
and the alleged delay in the foro lo*
ure of its mortgage. The simple truth
is,
lliat the trustee of
the bondholders
could, had he aso chosen, have sold
that road at any time dining the pa«t
two years thai the long delay of that
sale, now actually cutmuiuaicd, hiw re
suited wholly from the factions anion A
the bondholders and that, at every
utep, the decisions and orders of Judge
Dillon have been suggested and
sustained by the opinion:* of oth
er eminent Judgts, in due time
to
Ite made fully
public. It may also
be added, that appointment of Hon.
Hiram 1'rice, as Commissioner to ex
amine and report upon the said
tral Railroad of Iowa, was made at
the
re juefct of the at tor­
i's
of all parties iu interest, and
that the duties entrusted to him were
promptly discharged and the trust
surrendered, nearly or quite three
ars ago, at a total cost to the parties
of jui-t three hundred dollars.—Iktvcn
port (Ja th, July
A
'J -r
fever' n
y yewr*
!icr"*Jti1-r
i i »'iJH I IK,
*. J."nd
Novel In OneCiamcr.
The following from a PARIS jwipcr.
It may be true, hut ills more likely
to
he
a |roduct of the imagination.
\S a STORY it i- rather goo 1: "Here is
thestorv of an
unfortunateyounjr law­
yer. This unlucky VVIXHI WA# head
over heels
ill love
with a
lie was called
beautiful
girl, and wa.« about to BE married to
h«r. On the eve of his wedding day
in to defend an awful
miscreant—A man of 3J—who hud poi
oned lii.S mother and father. The
CASE seemed a lost one, and when
the
prosecution had closed, the young LAW
yer was just about GIVING UP
gle
ri.i*.i«
of i»i
4. .hm "r A'-i.
Ci. fi\ iiMJti»y» t:
c,\...
1 .• .tw*i
who had
'Ift Ui-»e. *iv«
,i 1,V. U:
lC-.
rt
l»v i/i-. ,u
12. U4.iii.-i, .• i*i
1 i. K-tt'i, r'., .. i
It Suit t.hi r.ni, I \hi
u
iiiu-t
to-•
k llo.., 2)
1h hninav, Gi.
U «iri*!., v ,r
i u V i
SI. Aat!i»nu,
2 i^r j?
I i. S«*roful»* I
£1. I,.".se'r1 U ,Ii
*,* I v K».
26. iM-ii li of *«., ».,.ur
£7. In iutv -I'o#'
i6. i.s. Yoisa in-i+i
lli^ f.. .U'.Mf
ii-c-AV :!t E r.^
'My friend,'
V
r:-: ,i .1'-
Cose 'l.w} I
C**Ti»«*e mntiUt* arc tent by tit*
CA«e or ex to
*ny
pw(t
|iurt of tb«
touutry to t- if ou 'Ceiplaf
Ail(l*al
H'.'.rrpl-ircvs'
cirii. vpathto Meaiclne Co^
I K lim.ii.w., \.g«v.-.M-
l' i- tail* hf
(Lil brtt|(llUi
WE8TCOTT, Agent, Tipton, lowk.
IS HlilES
a
e 3) KT.
A ar fiHit
LOVIH.
A Sa
to Borllrftnn
ratie
k
HifiSlSiTA [I.
NAR.R0WOUAO3.
Three rir»l''la»« Truin* eaeb
Hay «lnilj bi'mccii lle
.tloiiie* itii1 Allien.
lired,
C. W Nh.lxiN, mm MIT
Oun'l Tleket Agent. (j,.n i Hup't.
THE
FLORENCE OIL STOVE
For Ifialui v tjr (j„k,nj.
Hnjt.
xiorlfsi and luarble.
MALIK BT THS
rU»KKN( K HK..IMJ .XtriHNR CO.,
t'Llit
t:.\ MA
\S Manufartii if/
TUt
UHHT
WXLHON.O«A'l MUUCTF,
C.). ndK«#*S rati Md Tl'irt Asaolt
c*4air Ha$M, Ivmk
the strug­
without an
Ulut.
(Suddenly he
IH iceived iu the far extremity of the
Fcourt
il
li
C. i««h iif
.Unvl)ii^ tui
?. ottph uiis I'
f.
rcxitij his beloved and
her parent!',
wiini'
to see what kind of
I'TUM'he was made of.
The prescnce
of the one he worships changes his
train
ol
thought. He feelw that he
make A -how ol talent, and com
mencing his argument, rises to the
highest llightr* of eloquence. In a
word, lie succeeded iu showing thut
the criminal is an upright, virtuous
aud much-abused man, and obtains
his acquittal. IN the evening, ihe
lawyer, with triumphant air, cailn at
the house of lilts future falht r-iu-law,
expecting that his Huceeaa will insure
him a warm reception. 'lo hit* stir
prise, ue findH the young girl cold and
her parent* much cmharassed. lit
afcks what this sort of reception mean*.
il
li itl.eniii:: (i.«UK l.—vu I £J
id A'
17.1*1!**, I
a
V lVh'^viV% I
~ii* IV*
says he whom the young
man had already begun to call lather
in-law, 'I must tell you —my daughter
Iovch another.'
'Another! WHO i
the man ." 'The good and virtuous
man
whoiu you to-day, by your eJo
quence, restored to society,' replies
the father."
Ilie reeling Wkcti littler Fire.
Asa contribution toward explain
ing how one leeia, iu going under lire
or ilie first time, 1 MAY record a per
sonal exjH-nence at Kar», which,
INOUIJH 1 believe, common enough
under similar EIROUNISTANCCH, is, per
haps, not familiar
to nou-comiiatunt
read-rs. This was my lir»T I
xposure
lo either
muslieiry
OR cannon idiot,
and "I am free to eoufewt" tiiAt, al
though
in
excellent health and well
mounted and armed, as the moment
ol actual contlict approached I felt a
growing SENSE of fear as much beyond
tue
power of my will as the involun
tary muscles, aud which, IW il culmi
nated just before the ttrst »hot
fIi
Mailt xpr. ss. p. le
NMit-l has at Iji-j* Mw\ks—c. It
niul x.ntliw,•«(. Keokuk A
,, 'ttuinwa, K-kuk. ist. lou|.
aud all polnw South and HoutliweM.
became
I NO SI0VES IN ONE.
ilad arisen, aud
hi be used without
ntnuey Uui h, as it ueu
•Ltes no tmukeuruoi
im cases.
\1kats und BltlD
elked ti thisntove are
etter U i*iireil aud mure
illestul.le than when
nuked ly wo Kl or eoal
if an hour
Alterward,
THE HEATER
furuiili I.u n'lundr-iit. aii|'|H ot pure, moist
beat, asily re«ulnted to any desired teuj
perature.
The Kuohencb roeelvcd the OSLT Centen
nial Mc-d.il a rded to Oil Move*. Keport
of the J'ldife*: "It is si npleiu construction,
"anlly in^n*ifed, and well adufMd to its In
tended purpo-e."
iwn baptism
SKW1NU MACHJNIil.
0«n«ral Ageaeiei—88 UdIod Square, New
York 47« WaebUfte 8t^ Boat
1
•low to C'aich a Laaailr.
Yearn ago, when I was a youngster,
I became an atuistant of Dr. B., the
KUj»erinteiideiit of a public insane
asylum- in what town it docs not
matter the location dou'l atl'eet Uie
narration in the least.
copy
jojrnn!*, and thus
rn-
spocialiility, xoine tlanilerou.^
a.-*T-R
lions rew|Ketitig the offlciai int»grltj
of our fellow citizen, Hon. J. F. Dil
ion,
Judge of the United
Htatea I'if
CUIT Court. THT^O stati'inents have
not UET'II
deemed worth" of notk-e
heretofore. No one who IA at all
quuinted with
As is all insane asylums, some of
our patients wers docile and tracta
ble, and had the freedom of the house
iMid high-walled garden, while others
beiug violent an.I dangerous in thei
madness, wereeoiilinedto their rooms,
.Sometimes one of these last named
geutlemau would get loose, a fac
which he immediately announced by
breaking things generally—upon
which announcement the doctor
would repair to the sjiot al which he
was '-elevating the ancient Henry.'
aud, advancing upon him, with a
steadfast guze. would fascinate him
us a black snake does a catbird, an
inarch him olf to his room instauler.
The docter's eye was never known
to fail aud he imparted such a portion
of Ins literally cuarmnig qualities to
my fellow-assistant ami niy-seil, that
we were able Uj master any ordinary
maniac, although the doctor himsti
had to utlend to the "tough cui
mers."
ac
whiel
ueeesSity, be
LARGELY if not
wholly ignorant of the tad* actually
involved. It would, indeed, be
marvel, no !_•*•* than a GROB« violation
ol'every principle ofju»tk-e, if such a
built by years of
indefati
GABLE toil, in the iron.itaut
execreise
lideiiiy
of
lo all TRUSTS, aud iu the
du
could be now swept away, or be at
NEWSPAPER aa-
lijaiuieslly in»IireUby
LUTT reeled
Miid unwortliy motives.
SCARCELY JEA#
unjust wouul it be, or less injunoue
lo public
uiorals, were
in
TLIU juages
our courts REQUIRED, or
we have only this lo SAY
as
thtMe who
favu»-nh!r w-ulf.wH?* ii.d*: »*d
are
luiercfted iu a repu
lat ion
vvlncii is in
a good degree
ooniinon property
VS'e had one lunatic by tbe name of
rtmith, as tali as Tom Myer and as
i»trong as all ostrich, be cities being
jiossi.s»ed ot as atrong digtslhe pow
ers as that interesting Olid, lor he
once got loose and swallowed so many
cents mat ue rattled wnen he waiaed,
yet he showed HO injurious ell'ects
irom the meal.
ile had biokeii outof his room two
or three times, but had always gone
back very docilely wheu any of us
made our appearance.
ot
tveii xi
ET led
any DEGREE, to rush into print aud
deklid tlivmselVes
rnr
ha-
I*m
Irom ASSAULTA thus
made in IHC public prints.
|.id_
Hie
of every
Davenport and
ciiizen ot
ol every
citizen of
iowa that, tito assailants of Judge
Dillon will iu due time be met with
a
thorough, complete aud
exhaustive
jciutatiou
of each and all of these sev­
eral allegation*, ii)lerenocs aud insin
uations, in any resj eet reflecting up
on his integrity or impugulng his SSB
solute
impariiality
The asyiuui had a saloon in the
cetitie wiin a door at each eud and
one of these doors requiring fixing
on.euj.HHi a time a eaipenier wa»
engaged u]ou it, vvheii in trundled
Mr. iSmith aud quieily posse-sed him
self of along, shari) chisel. When
the carpenter looked around, the mad
man gave a grin and a poke of the
chisel at him, whereujKin the terrili
ed'uiMii of chpis scutlle'i out and lock
ed the door—
then, while the enemy
was battering away at it, he rushed
aroiinil around aud locked th# door at
the other end.
Having thus caged the ostrich, he
gave the alarm and I, supfKising that
it was an ordinary case which I could
easily control, unlocked the door
and entered boldly, whereupon he
made a rush at uie, audI incontinent
ly lo!ted.
The doctor was sent for. He came,
and, after reeoiiiioiterititf through the
keyhole, and ascertaining tint the
enemy was at the other end of the
room, Ue opened the door, and saw at
once that his eye would fall hiin in
this emergency.
Here was au|earently a delem na.
Mere was certainly a problem
crazy individual, strong as a bull,
perfectly uncontrollable, and armed
with a deadly weapon. Rnuirtd:
How to catch him.
To caoture hiiu by force was a diffi
cult and dangerous undertaking, anil
lo starve him out would be a tedious
atliiir.
But the doctor did not hesitate for
a moment.
"Alfred," said
ho,
"go down into
the surgery, till the largest syringe
with
liyrtshorn, ami bring
it up.
I caught the idea, rushed down,
and brought back a quart spjiuge
filled with hartshorn—diluted—for I
didn't want to kill the man.
Then the doctor, Jones, and mv
self lormed an army of invasion. We
threw open the door, and entered iu
tho following battle array.
I, being shortest of the three,
marched first, holding a chair iu
front of me by the back, so that the
legs uiiirbt keep oira rush if our iop
gun dashed in the pan. Then came
Jones, with the syringe resting on
my shoulder like
a piece of flying ar
tillery.
Finally, Ir. the rear, in the safest
plai-e, like all great generals, eameDr.
B.
The lu.».atie sat at the other end of
the hall on a chair, eyeing us keenly
and savagely. Hlowl.v, very slowly
ve advanced toward him. It seemed
to me that we were seven inihs apart
from the K ngtii of time it took to ap
proach him. The nearer we got, the
more wicked that chisel looked, and
the handle seemed to increase till il
was long as a broomstick. When w
got within a few feet of him, he jump
ed up and sprang at us.
FireT" cried the general, from
the rear tnd whiz! spatter! splash!
went the quart of hartshorn ri^lit
bang into his countenance down be
went like a log-it would have knock
down a battalion and while li« was
catching his breath we caught him.
The Cirembarkcrs nnd Mirer.
Tht Iowa Green backers adopted o
silver plank in their platform, de
manding "the remonetization of the
silver dollar, making it a legal tender
for their payment of all coin bonds o
the Government, and for all other
debts, public and private." Had tin
Iowa frceiibackcrs passed this re*olu
tion and no other, it would have been
a sensible utterance on the currencj
luestion. Bit the two resolutions
which they adopted previously, ren
lercd this thir.l resolution null and
void. The resolutions previously
adopted demanded the issue of an ir
redeemable and fictitious paper cur
reney without limit, to be legal-tendei
for all dues, public and private. Un
der this condition, the remonetizatioii
of the silver dollar would be useless,
as it would have no place in the cur
reney of the country. The fictitious
paper money, never to Ite redeemei
and issued without limit, would sooi
lie depreciated so far below the valui
of silver, hat the silver dollar woub
not circulate any more than gold cir
tilates now. Under that condition o
things, there would probably lie no«i|
ver dollar coined or, if eoiried, it
would be simply for the jiurjmse o
u-ing them to pay the interest on tin
public debt, and they would goabroa*
only to depicciate silver still mori
there and render one of the richcfi
whs
jHisitively physical
Us intensity.
IN
A complex couuter-
I'eeliug of half shame, half pride, kept
ME, however, from attempting TMCA|»-,
even if this had L»ecii prae'ticaiile,
through the serried battalions behind
Hut hardly half a dozen shots had
oeen exchanged before this emotion
of terror abated a s in
voluntary
American products worth less than i
is now. CVi/co.'/o
as il
in
leon than a
quarlci
it wan replaced by an exhil­
aration and sense of puBitiveenjoymeiit
tvhich more than once during the day
carried me through the thick of the
UICICE with abnolulely
unrutiled
nerve.
IN-fore 8» bastopoi,a friend,
ivlio
still curries glorioin (HAIRS ol
Alma, aud Inkermuu, told me that at
-obr*ON, where he had received his
of flre, he had passed
through much the tame process of sen
sation, and that he knew it to be, as I
lave said, common enough in the ex
,erience of others Mere animal oour
ige, therefore, ufter all, would seem
to have less to do with the
moral
Tribune.
A Centre MMM.
"Love eaught the brash," he wrot«
to her, "and painted your glowing
picture ujion the living canvass of m\
oul!" This was a young man on i
$6 salary, and if he had $7 a week
and a rich aunt he couldn't have tixei
her more completely. Now they ar.
married and he only wears a lsile
shirt upon Sundays.—
Nevoark QtlL
A postmaster out in Wisconsin says
"If an liet is issued that oftice-hold
ers shall not edit |olitioal papere, we
aballcling to the offloeandohaB^Uila
to a bun
day Sobool journal.".
of
tbocw wbo feel than Is geuem^# wp
po»ed.—/Vo«er
Liiw
Magmine.
Correct Benllmenli.
The Iowa City
Prcu
thus
comments
on tbe spectacle of "one more unfortu
nate"
beiug
sent to jail for "disorder­
ly conduct
The sending of this girl and her
companions 1?* an out rajs** hii«1 *t
grace to civilization and Christianity.
These girls arc young, the eldest bare
ly twenty years they are of that age
when much ot good pur|ose and ten
der recollection remains in the heart.
And the way the Htate of Iowa has
dealt with them is to break down all
womanly hope, all of childhood re
membrances, to build higher and
stronger the wall of sin between them
and their («od, and to crush out with
an iron hand the last spark of honor,
and to enter into a league with the
libertine and the brutal to force these
girls to continue in a liie of shame.
Under the law the magistrate cannot
discharge them, lie cannot send them
to the Iteform .School, the only tiling
lie can do is lo semi them to the com
mon jail, though he knows this but
takes I hem a -lep deeper into sin. The
sentiment that -ends Biblc*to Austra
lians, tlannel jacket.-to the little Af
ricans, and ilo^ina to the Buddhist,
might well be concentrated on the
law-makers of Iowa to coihjk'1 them
to aid in the saving of souls at home,
and to break Ihe covenant that now
hinds them to a sin that ruins body
and soul, atid buries its»-lt a festering
canker in the homes and lives of the
best and brightest.
Honor KsiimMble Old Agl*
Bow low the head boy do reverence
to the old man as he passes slowly
along. Once like you, the vicissi
tudes
ofclife have silvered tbe bair and
changed the round face to the worn
visage before you. Once that heart
beat with aspirations co-equal to any
you have felt aspirations crushed by
disa|oitiimcnt,
as yours are perhaps
destined to be- LINE that form .-talk
ed proudly through the gay scenes of
pleasure the beau ideal of grace now
the hand of Time, that withers the
flowers of yesterday, has warped that
figure aud destroyed that noble car
riage.
Once, at your age, he had a thous
and thoughts that pass through your
brain—now wishing to accomplish
something worthy in fame anou Im
agining life a uream that the sooner
he woke from the better. But he has
lived the dream nearly through.
time to wake is very near at hand yet
his
eye even kindles at old deeds of
daring, and his hand takes a
firmer grip of his staff*. Bow
head,
boy,
low the
as you would iu your
age be reverenced.
DOG *fory.
IRE was a very polite dog
who vol­
unteered to guide a party of Udies to
the
Artist's Falls, near North Conway,
ia.-t
week, but lie did something far
more remarkable. One of
the ladies
was thirsty and looked in vain for a
bircli-bark driuking-cup. The follow
ing
scene then followed,
(titrn:
sho avers:
Just then our gallant
dog sprang
from the stone on which he was ly
ing aud came toward me looking in
my face as much as to say, 'Can't I
help you to find what you want
Nice old fellow,' I said, 'I want some
birch-bark to make a drinking-cup.'
•He instantly sprang to a
la
age shelv-
rock, and for a moment looked
hesitatingly
down
into
the deep ba­
sin of water, and then made a sudden
lunge into it, and came up triumph
antly with a birch-hark drinking-cup
iu his mouth. This may seem an in
credible dog story, but It-is
X'U' York Tribune,
true.—
John H. Wise, of llichmond, son of
the late Gov. Henry A. Wise, has
written a letter to the Hon. L. Kchaf
fer, of Canton, Ohio, who, like him
self, is a strong Democrat, in which
he sjieaks of President Hayes as fol
lows "You and I are Democrats by
name the name means something
to us, ami defines our political belief.
Suppose we discover in the course of
event*, that our associates in Ix-moc
lacy are not what we call Democrats,
but are mere timidities or uoncntitie*
tiiat they have not the courage to win
Democratic victories, or hold them
when won, are we less Democrats for
all thatSupjKse, on thcother hand,
we find, that notwithstanding his Re
publican name, Mr. Hayes is preach
ing good Democratic doctrine and do
ing Democratic deeds to our own
hearts' content, are we less Democrat
ic for that? On the contrary, arc we
not cheered iu our faith by the sight
of the triumph of our own principles?
The fact that our old friends have
stumbled in the dark, and our old op
(•oneiits come to the light, cannot
-hange us, however inconsistent may
be their course. Therefore, it is, I
^ay, I see no occasion to do aught but
thank (rod for the triumph of princi
ples always dear to us. Whether a
man lives in the North or South, in
my judgment, if he lie a true man,
lhat loves his whole country, he can
iot refuse Mr. Hayes bis cordial en
lorsement."
We are not at all concerned about
tbe news of the formal disbandmcnt
»f the Republican party in Mississippi.
If the Democrats in that State are so
weak and unwise as to prefer the ab
sence of even a nominal opposition,
they are welcome to all the good they
-an get out of such an anomalous and
in-American condition of affairs.
Sometimes silence is the most effect
ual of protests. At all times, and ev
erywhere, there is something in hu
man nature which revolts at the idea
of uniformity in political In lief. If
the Republican party should be dis
banded in every Southern State, the
inevitable result would be the upbuild
ing of an opposition party, 110 matter
tiy what name it might U- called or
what antecedents aud principles it
.night adopt. New insues and new
•oiisiderations will be presented to the
iletter classes of the South. There
will be an issue between old hates and
new alliances lietween a policy look
ing toward the continued isolation of
the South from tbe capital of tbe
North and of tbe Old World between
impracticable and wise men between
tagnation and well-devised internal
improvements betwien endless bate
le about "the st Cause" ami land
less talk about rebuilding tbe wasted
ortunes of the South. The faster we
»re driven by events to this issue tbe
*iu.-r for both sections. Let us not
•egret any event which hastens tbe
reorganization of parties in theHouth.
-JSnv Yurk IJvrniny Mail {U p).
The Poet Office Department a abort
ilme since made a new ruling in re
,ard to wnal constituted third-class or
uisceilaiieous mailer, and included in
hisclass a number ofpublicatioustbat
nave heretofore passed in the second
lass as iiewpupcrs. The editor of
he Cincinnati Vic
Curmnt
has Bun­
co led in having ibis ruling reversed
md his paper restored to the second
olass. This decision will probably ap
j»ly to a very considerable number of
periodical* aflaut^ to Hw imiiiut awa
Uoaad.
The first cash entiy of Iowa land in
Iowa Territory was made at the Bur
lington laud office, October 1st, 1838,
not quite thirty-nine years ago, by
John H. Murray, of Moines coun
ty. The land entered was the south
east quarter of section S*, township
09, range 3 west. As a specimen of
Des Moines couuty intelligence in
those days, the Register of the land
office entered, under the head of "re
marks," that the person did not know
what the "H." in his name stood for.
The first entry at the Dubuque land
office was made November 1st, 1K38,
by Win. Philips, of Jackson county,
who entered lots 4 aud west frac
tional half of the southwest quarter of
section 13, township 84, rang* S east.
—Register.
The Omaha
11K
Tlie out-going stage will be robbed
to-uiuri'ow nigiit, at a quarter past
eleven, eighty inlies irolii Deadwood.
1 lie gcuileiiiauiy business agehl of
the gang w ill allow no uistiil to pas
sengers, they oiiiy I icing required to
give up Uieir valuables. 1 ne ladies
will he treated witli the greatest re
spect, and will he iK riiiilted lo retain
Uieir jewelry aud w aidi'wOc. No swear
ing toieiated during the traiimeir ui
pro|»ci i.v, and passeugeis will uot be
UlileutAiiiaOiy e.elained.
The President, It is stated, will visit
Norfolk and Richmond, Va., this
week. There is a probability that he
will eudeavor to arrange his pro
granitiK'so as to Include City Point
ami Petersburg. A liumlter of promi
nent Virginians have written to the
President expressing tlicir desire that
he should go over their State. He
rihows a warm appreciation of tlie
compliments thus paid him by the
Southern people, and an earnest dis
position to comply with their wishes.
General Ord, lu Texas, has been no
tified to leave the repression and pun
ishment of marauding bands on the
Mexican side of the river to the forces
of (tciieral Trevino, unless the latter
shall be unable to deal with them.
This understanding of the methods of
proceeding nowexitsts between Gener
als 'l'revino and Ord, and as a conse
quence no present trouble is antlei
}iatvd by U*» authoritMa at Wwitiug
ton.
The
old
Mr. ('. Wearc, post master at Cedar
Rapids, has resigned bis chairman
diip of the Republican County and
Township Central Committees on ac
count of the new civil service regula
tions.
An exciting game of base ball was
played at Cedar Rapids on the 1.1th,
between the Actives of Clinton and
tlie Valley Citys. The latter club win
ning by a seore of 4 to 1.
roarv vuk» hi.KwkC the piiiua
D'3. C.
M?I
ANE'S
Celebrated Amcncan
WORM SPECIFIC
VERMIFUGE.
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
lou.Uciiancc i. {.ale ami leaden
1. colored, with occasional flushes, or
a ciri tuns ribjil spot on one or both
cheeks the e es become dull tlie pupils
dilate an .izme semicircle runs along
the lower eye lid the nose is irrigated,
swells, and soincsimes bleed•, a swell
ing of the u|per lip: occasional head
ache, with humming or throbbing of
tits ear.-, an unusual secretion of saliva
sl.ny or furred tongue breath very
foul, particularly in the morning ap
ictite variable, sometimes voracious,
vi:h.i gr.nv/i'ip sensation of
the stomi h,
it other entirely gone fleeting pains
a lite s ,t ich oc a ional natisca and
.'u niting violent pains throaghout the
lUJ.roL-n bowels irregular, at times
o:ive -tools slimv not unlreq'iently
inged with blood belly swollen and
Vird urine turbid respiration occa
ion illy difficult, and acco:n|anied by
licoou^'i cou.^h sometimes dry and
convulsive uneasy and li-'uri».'i sleep,
with grinding ol the teeth temper
variable, but generally irritable, &c.
Sm4
which should lie
good authority on such questions, iu
view of the attention it juiys to tbe
Black Hills country, assures its read
ers that being robbed on a Deadwood
stage is "perfectly safe." Andyet, the
lire suggests tbe propriety of adminis
tering sedatives to passengers of weak
nerves, through the publication iu th
ncws[iapers of such authoritative no
tices as the following.
TtKKlMS
A
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DT. C. MfLANF/S VERMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a cure.
ir »OB3 NOT CONTAIN MERCURY
in any form it is an innocent prepa
ration,
not «tpi!'.e of doing the slightest
i»j-:ry ij the r.i&st tender infant.
The genuine L):. MVI.A.F.'S VERMI
FUGE bears tlie signatures of C.
M?LAXE
and Fleming lino.?, on the wrapper.
DR. C. M?LANft'S
LIVER PILLS.
1'il.s are not rccoiuimmiLd us
a remedy lor "all the ills liiut, ft sh is
h.ir to," it iu uH'-ctions of the Liver,
and in all ii.iiousComplaints,Dyspejtoia
and .Sick ILadache, or diseases of lhat
character, fhey stand without a rival.
A U E A N I E V E
K»i better cathartic can be used pre
paratory to, or after taking Quinine.
As a simple purgative they arc un
equal e I.
UK W ARB OF IXTTATIOM*.
The genuine are never pupar coated.
Each box has a red wax seal on the
lid, with tic- impression bit. M^Lane'h
LIvKK Pij IA
Each wrapfter 1»»hm the ^nature# of
MVLasf and FI.HMINO I^koa.
Sold bv all respectable druggists and
country storekeepers generally.
OUICilt&L \OTIlE.
M. r. Hi Imtr and O. II
Htflnti 1 Circuit court, Oe
ifiAlNif (Ur county, Iowa,
ili'iiry Wapu. and Geo. augtm term, 1S77
Wilier.
To ll iiry Warner and George Wsgnsr, de
fend^nt*:
Tom ure lieret y notlftert lhat there 1 now
on 0l»- in lb" 'itllr- nf th- clerk of tbe Circuit
court, in unit for I be county of f.'cilar, In tbe
State of Iowa, it putliii u of M.
Y.
Now unl. rs on appear to id ciition
and defend tlc-reto at or before noon of tfie
neeonil ri:iy of the nmt term of ».ii5 court
to be be-uH and held at Tipton, lu said
i.ourity, on th- ^tb day of Au^u»t, 1M77, a
d'-fault will lie eu't-rrd n^ainet you and
jud/eweot ren lured thereon in accordaae«
with thu prayer of said petition
HTLVASUH YATES.
Altoru«y for Plaintiff.
jfcSmtorsae-sauYSs
v«weVa2fst»'isi«
IN CI_.-A.R.E3SrCE
Vou can always And at the New Firm of
A. C. THOM,
General Ieah ill
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware. Mir, Etc.
THE BEST GOODS IN THEIR LIN£.
This Firm will buy for Cash, and will sell In tht
same way, on a very close margin.
An experienced TINNER will attend to Mend*
ing or M&nufecturiDg to order.
OLD UTAND OF THOIIHIOI 4c CHURCHILL,
O I U A I
l*»""fsiannt curwKiMkrr.ntwNl in otl» H4*ndMttxDp
for A^k druKii*U for it.
UKKIM& O.* Oir«iMk«»» i
Kktra Kl»r w-Uh
i n i e i
puld. L. JON CM,
York.
p#r d»7 at home. Hamplss
9
Jm\W
worib tree. Htjyaoif AUk,
W A N E
10 General Agents
(*:iva^ for a v u *tl* /-ll^lous
in I
I.UMU
Clarence, Io-w«
Lumber Yard.
The uiideriigDi-d wUhos to call the attention of the public to the fact that hie U son
better tku Wer prepared to bundle and show them
WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
Lumber of Every Description,
FOR BUILDING AND FENCING PURPOSES.
My lnrd la FHVomh!) situated. Brlni Ju»l Oppnillv the Drpot.
Hrtvinif disponed of iny ('oul buxinese. I Intend to irlvc my whole attention to tbt
Lumber irade. 1 aluo fcei It my duty to lender you sincere thankn for th«- llbeial
tra le and kind wishes you have extended to me li. the past vear, and I khali eud-avor la
the future, by keeping a well selected stock and fair dealing to merit your eoutinutd
favors.
COAL and LUMBER,
TZGPTOINT, IOVi7J±.
We have now on hand, and are constantly receiving,
FENCING, FLOORING, SIDING,
Finishing Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Pickets
LATH, &C. ALSO, COAL.
All who are in need of Lumber or Coal will Und, by culling on ut, that
We Can and Do make as Low Prices as Anyoody.
"IJtctr HHdcertbement*.
""JACKSON'S BEST
S V V K K N Y V V
CHEWING TOiACCO
fins j»r• nt fVit'-nnnl F*
pi.siliOM ""I't, z~. If ViMi v*iAHt li!»* *»l-t
,• wr i• i %Ja«k viiur -.» -r lor tin, ui"! thifct
"Jat'kjiniiU on i-vrv hy »ll
Auyiiiif run g* i a -sui'ji t»y
applying to A.JM'KMON A VO.%
(urrr*« l*elrr«»btt (, V».
A
wwk In your own town. Ttra# *nd |S
IN Til K W BHT
aiaiii'.go the
publication lhat Im
r-iviou-oorr jj'.n.«i.-. To
o ••tent ami n»»ni.r*o' thr
\*-t i
app i ). a fin* hu*ii
For lull particular* u«l«|
»|UW I .I«'U»- -,1 111! urru 'if- '»U*I
opportuiihy i^' lTrr-il For lull particular- »if
»TO.N
A
i'U Hartford, t'oi
THIS HA VII1II1&
U
w»,
*..t
Cumnock Jock
Wan import I'll In An^nst, ln7S, bj (Jreij? &
Cbiiholm, (Mari iici', luwa. 11c U a dapple
brown, 17 haniln w«-i#b» iOOO pouudK,
with K'cat Htrcnutli of bono, and goo
it'lion. Was hri-U by (Jeorite Slown, E»n
b. icklock, Ajrhhirc.
PBDIOREE,
Si**:—The pure (.lyl. lale Bullion,
Tounif iory Vounif (.lory t.y Farmer's
Olorv. Ham:—A llrnt I.iit- Clydi-sdali' mart*,
U)« mothi-r of three travi-liiiK Stallioim One
of tliem wi-i)t to England ai.l took twenty
live pri*.» tb'.-rn. CUMNOCK JOCK ha.
provi-d bim.- Il a iiire foal feller. JJ.
•tooil f.ir four ncaAon* lo A)r and
vicinity, and ul hout:b tbii U well known to
but one uf lb In:.I lnir«i) ri-elintf (llntrlcti
in 8 titlund, hi* ntock will ccinpare favura
t'ly w|i any horse tb it ever travel-d I lu-re
One .»r hi colls took tbe first pi ue al tbe
treat Kuir held in Ar iu 1X74, and a num
btr of otbi rs at various local shows in the
W'-nt uf Scotland.
Will sti-.nd for season of 1H77 as follows:
Saturday- and Mondays ol each week at the
stable ol John HuGey, Jr., Ked Oak^ Tues
days In Mianwood Wednesday at James
Oreiu's, one mile orthw^st of larence,
Thursday is an Friday till noon at Wm.
Chiibolin s, ont mile east of Onion drove
Friday afte'noun in Clarence.
TERM*.—To Insure, *•.*! dueFet. lat, 1K7H
PerKOin disposing of their rnnres previous
to tbat time will be r'(u!te4 to make pay
mont t, lore doiiijf so. uui. it is evident
the inares are not with foal. Accident* al
U e owners' ri-i. Mares from 4 ditUnrt
kept on reasonable term*.
17-Brno Clil-llOLM A 8AFLET
Canadian Stallion,
Young Napoleon,
Will utaridfiir mares during the seaaon 01
1*77 tt the su')i« of Jobn 8aBe,, Jr lu Red
Ook.
Touxfi Natolbok is three years old—a
dark dapple bay -rae ot fine rtyle and se
tion, about fourteen hands biitb, aud weicb
Ing noil pounds.
TERMiJ Ten dollars to Insure: rayablt
Fei.ni.iry !»t, l»7#. Great caie takfn, bin
accidenu at owners' risk. Mares from a
a diktaooe kept reaaonably
Ilelmcr
and U Hi huer, pl iiiiliff, i-luIin.it^ o
you the sum ol gi ven hundred und n iol
lars, with iote'eit tbureon at the rati, ol ten
per cent, from the tirst .lay of ,!«nujry, 1H77
a* money ju»tly due tbein from vou on three
promisor) notes, together with Ufty dollar*,
»ttorn-y'» fees and aluo claiming tbe fore
cloture of a morltj.iirfc ifiven to umire m.id
notes, upon the fullowln! deHcrilied lands
in Cedar i oiiijly, Iu«a, to wit. The south
caul quarter of the »outheaai (ti»ui ler
ol »i-. tion seventeen m) anil the north
e.al qiiart.'r of Ibe north «a»t quarter
(y)--l Hection twenty (*)), UI in to*n»bi|i
ei/htU two (i.'j noctb of range four (4) we»t
of the 5th F. M.
17
3n»°
JOUN 8AFLEY, Jr.
ApprulaeinrNi K«tl«|.
To Michw (.
1 rif rd:—
You nr.- hen-hy not iti«.«| that I havi
UiIh liuy u|i|Kiintci upprtiiM rx to at.
swt Uit- (iuiiiugis w li it'll tijf ownti
will Kii.tuin I,y th appropriation ln
Wliixil piirpip-n of the fol|.iwinK .1,
r»ul .-Mat., t-ituat.-.! in w-.-Uoi.
townnhii. ui, raiiKe I went, an..
iii,i1..,„.ji,K ut w
i-oriK ..I tl,.
^•Ii.xilhoum-Hit.. in Mib-lJi-trii-t No
Kimn^U-M
,(' ,t
T^..
all)i nujll/jlv
f'v'' r»K
.1
tin 11, i- Houth 1« rocu
,7Fl»*^i(i||i||^.
V"T
F' R'"1'4.
north to tin
|)llte.'ill
Kaiii ii|i|ir:iiM-r- will meet ut th»
atKivo dt»int,p| r.-ul c-stati on tl„
/7th day ,.f July, 1877, at II o clw k
.J jf1"' wiI UiiiHKe« HH pro
vided Jn Stitiou 1827, cJeof fowu
K. E. Fki.vk, C«. 8upt
D®t«d Tipton, I*., July 3d, 1^77.
yt i
i
••I
J. II. RGIC'lieRT.
JOHN CULBERTSON,
DE.M.EKIN
JUDGE NOT
BY PAST EXPERIENCE
Willi 'I r-ivclmji (^uittk«,
But CoiifcUlt tt lneuUHl l'b ni'-lan, tlia
it'lcbriitnl K|it't'lHlm,
I1«. M^AFFKE
I'fcliM ANLNTCY l.OCATl- l»A I PKKKY
ai Ittfc.1', (Uuw Jiu. 317 Davt-upori, Iowa,
where lie lias lieeu Tor the paai mi jtara.
'1 Ue lr. liits pritoiu-td nnulciiie !a,nij
year«, auu U u te^ulai g.auuat* of bi iiikh
aud Ani'-rlc: n Ii!«t'.!ulloni
Hie iKK ior 1 rials ty a luetbod pwcullarlr
bla own aul liuVui lably atleuded with well
Mtal iiMiea success. I'trauua couiliig uudcr
trt itrm iii may le.st itaaured ol receiving ev
•ry Ijem fit KI1MI .iiitcx by a'.'leuee, skill and
acoirinrehenaive xpei l«l.ce.
FtmaW C»mplai«ts. lii huh liepartment of
Mctlielue the i.uvtor l» prepaieu to treat In
tbe iuohI xcleiiline mauuei. He earnestly
aoli. llh I 1.tli-lltlou ol the Htnicled lo this
notl i.feeiniK peripctly eonfldeni thai Ills
medio I neal vea tli" moat upeedy relief. 1 ben
DO
T»R«(ImiI In -In ail'It new p»r
with tbe of the
•1 Wli^n -'ofpRrh fain iu p4rlorm In
f'uu't on* ttiH iivrr iMiM'iH,nrvn, v*'ln*.
ail more or ..ITec'wl,
dfrni'i'i'-niM a *».•», combining prop
of a Htomiirli! Hfi alU' al! v fat pnricnii v»». a
loi.i.' k (o ih»*ir duly,
an ail in ifiHr purt^t Kiia
zwj*l
KR'FTRVES'LNT SKLTZEK APERIINT,
th* iffea': ^hn*1 for
cousv^i'.tfiK
•"«. Uy iil
we«K to mKentR. |10 outfit
f« QJl FHKE. P. O. VIOKKRY.
Aukuhr. Maiue.
atfaracbome. Afmta wanted. Oinfu
midliirmiftw. TBl'£ 4 -0..
0VZ
Drunkard Stop!
»'. C. HI'.KIIM. |. |». orn-erly of B..M.U1 ij».
a li.ri.n^ ^r- I.ir INTHtlPKHAMI i t»ei
e*u Iih ki v»mi witlitiui lb» km. *ml^enl tbe i»a'.« ut
NOT DELAYt*" a complaint which
lacunti.le io-(Tiij may become Incurable In
a alio: time.
YOl SCi MEW
Wbo we suffering fiotu the efferts
of youth
ful folllesor indlM-retton ahoutdavall them
aelvea of tbi^. the icreateat
cf-
Ixmiii
ever laid at
tbe altnr of suffering humanity. I)r.
Mi A I I i-.K will ituuranlee lo forl It 0n« Naa.
itt*
Dollars for every raae o seminal »eak
neHx or private dir.eiae of any kind or rliar
after which be undertakes and talla to mr*
NIUULb-tUEU
UrtifcuiiiU.
Tlitrn are mauy or Hit a||e 01 Hurt? Vatai
ty who are troubled will, too rrinjuewt «fM
uallona of I be bladder, olten accolupMuls4
by a Hll(ht aniartliiK or burning aenaatloa.
and weakenluK the system In a manner thai
the patient «annol account for on examln
aa the urluary c1pim,i
rill often be I'ountl, a
lag tiie urluary lrp.allN, a ropy aedlmciit
aud aoiuetlmea small
pattlcleaot albni.ien wlli aiipear, or the col
or will ue of a tl.in or mllklah hue, again
chaiiKln^ toaduik and torpid appearance.
There urn many man wbo die of this diffi
culty, Ignorant of me caua«, which is the
aecond staKe of Nemlnal weakueaa. Mr. Mc.
will guarantee a perfect cars In all aiwa
csaeB and a healthy reatoratlon of thegabiui
urinary organs.
OfHr« 11
our*-W to 1. Sto6,lr?toR.
AH letterspromptly answered,and rorra
|Xndenre confldentlal. Addreaa, Lock Hoi
•|x
tn. 1 avenirt. Iowa
(Or if p'..ced ia a Use, er«?)
16 MILES OF
80LD DUEINO THB TBAB 187»
PK0TIX6 BKT0MI 1 Ql'ISTMH
THE CORRECTNESS OF OUR CUII
OF T11EIH
Increasing Fopularity,
Superior Construction,
Convenient Arrangement,
Cleanliness and Econosijr
lu uae of fuel.
and lienii is [mrfeet o-nnblnallon of
SIMPLICITY UTILITY IliUESS
roar llnnsr kas not |*t Una. (aa4
fsar 0ftf«r I o Mm
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO.
•IS, #14. «li A «l» *. Mala »trMl-
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Oil TO
BEICUEHT* COBB,
I® Tlpi**. lava.
THH3
Boss Shelter!
Vail tnd sec tije Celebrated Baa4vr)eli (4J'
MAS Fat'IUT) 1'owi IURI.IL
SELF FEEDING
COHN SHELLER
two,four or six hole. Is stock with
G. I. KV ISS
St
SO.V,
(USE^tU, II1H.,
Sole Ai(i nt« in this tarrttorj-
It u At ka«wlaJgetf kjr ev«ry
l« be TUB BE»T
»«er on lop or iho T|||f»
More moacj iu them to the purcbtMr thtr
IB anybody1, thresbln* machUe.
ForestTar,
For Throat laaga lw—
ore»tTar Troche^
•f^a.-rtiroal, Rosimiwl TktltM CMk W
fartlfugik* Breath.
TI
forest Tar Salve,
loreat Tar Inhalarfc

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