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SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 17, 1866.
CiOi!«GS-OH II* IOWA. A Itof weighing 900 pounda wm among tli* late diatinguished arrivals at Ottua wa George Thornpaoo ud Anna Dickin* IH art to lectnre at Keokuk tbia action. M. Ryaa and hia wile terribly beat a brother of the former on the 27th iust., badly catting hi# head, densely blacking hia ejree, and bruising hia face tili it puf fed out like a bladder. Thia waa at Bur lington. The board of Sepervtaors of Jefierson County hate appropriated $2,000 for betiding a bridge across the'Cedar River, provided a like amount be aubacribed by individuals for the purpose. The Dubuque Post Office waa removed (O ita niw quartera in the cuatom-bouse laat Monday. Tbo Herald says the apart ments are the Gnest in the United States. There are.2,272 glass boxes, and 295 lock boxes. A huckster at Dubuque wis made to pay $9,95 on the27tli, Jor buying poul try at wholesale before 9 o'clock a. m., contrary to a city ordinance. At a skating match at Dubuque on the 27th, Miss L. Townsend, waa awarded the prise of a pair of Blondin skates, worth $12. The friends oftbejothsr contestants, three in number, at once Btarted a sub scription for the purpose of giving each a precisely similar present. We gather from the Herald. The Advocate learns tBat a quarry of excellent granite baa been discovered near Boonsboro. Counterfeit $20 bills, National Curren cy, were offered in Burlington lately. They are very course and may easily be detected by any one acquainted with •aoney. So says the k Eye. A lad and lassie, evidently from the •Boat verdant of rural districts, were mar ried by a Justice at Burlington a few days ago. After the ceremony had been per formed, the couple came forth, with broad grins on their couutenauces, and with hands joined and arms swinging, went down the street, oblivious to all'aurround ing objects, and wrapt in the coniempla* lion of their own supreme happiness. A murderous affray came off between two Germans, in Des Moiues County on the 2itb.—-Much lager bad been imbibed by butb, and a quarrel abcut some money finally brought them to blows. One of thein, with a heavy iron wedge, cut his antagonist's head aud face terribly, prob ably disfiguring him for Uia. Wegleau from the Hawk Eye. Tbe Manchester Union is responsible for the following specitneu of precocity: A'be other day a four-year-old, who is an •ttendaut at Sabbath School, was gazing out oi the window, aud tapping upon tbe pane, when suddenly the child propound ed iha fvu wiijg query: 'Mamma, when God made nie, did bo sew on my thumb, or did be drive it IU Harriet Miller, a girl of oulv fourteen years, who had been driven by harsh treatment away fronl ber borne, and into a lif« of vice, bus becu arrested in Jatk aou coulily for larceny, aud bound over to answer. So says tbe Sabula Gazette, The Ctty Marshal of Muscatine last week paid out $22,50 for dogs' scalps, at 50 cent* per scalp. A freshet carried away a bridge at Ot* ta viile, en Ouer creek, Buchanan county, few weeks ago. This is the thud ca lamity of the sort there the preseut season. 8o says tbe ludepeudenco Guardian. The mail route from Winierset to Os» kaloosa will terminate at i'ella from the first of February. A fire at Winteieei oa the 20th iasi., partially burned a buildiog occupied by a jewa'ar and a boot and shoe maker. The fire waa evidently tbe work "of an in cendiary Tbe ladies of Fontioelle recently bought Out all the liquor in the only abop of tbe kind in thai town, with tbe understanding Ibat no more abould be kept for aale Ibey then apilied tbe atuff on the retted. We glean from tbe Maditonian Sheriff Mabony, of Dubuque County, baa prohibited tebacco to tbe inmates of Ibe eounty jail, tbe prisoners having been in tbe habit of defiling the wall with tbe juice to a sickening extent. Three youog rascals were caught on tbe night of the 28th, iu tbe act of cut* ting out a glass in one of the wiodowsof a hardware store in Muscatine. Ihey were probably after aome skates, tempt ingly displayed in said window. Wben discovered, they took themselves off. John H. Little field, an artist of Daven port, ie now in Washington City bnsily engaged on a historical painting entitled **The death-bed of Lincoln." During tbe feat six months, Mr. Littlefield has been fngafed in collecting material* and paint iflf the same. It has been examined by tbe surgeons and others a ho were present ttbal solemn occasion, who pronounce •111 Arp AMrtiHi Mi Orailftt«eali. RCSPECTABRT. PEKPLC: I address yoo on this okasbun with a profound adinira abuo for the great coosiderasliun and tbe nice discriminaahun which caused you to honor me by your votes with a eeat in tbe senate of Georgy. For two momen toua and inspirin' weeks, the legislature his been iu solemn session, one of whom I am proud to be which. For several days we were engaged as scouts, making a sorter rekonyaance to see whether Geor gy waa a state or a Injun territory— whether we was in the old Union or out of it—whether me ond my fokes, and you and your fokes were sum body or nobody, and lastly, but by no means leastly, whether our poor incocent children, born during the war, wsre all illeg^and had to be bom over again or not. This last pint are much unsettled, but our women are advised to be calm and sereea. My fiends, our aim has hontisily been to git you all back into the fjlds of tbe glorious old union. Like the prodygai son we had nothing to live on, and fcelin' lonesum and hungry, hav been bowin' and scrapin' and tnakiu' apologys for five or six monthd. We hav been seen stau din afur off for weeks and weeks, but durn the calf do they kill for us. They knew we've got uothin, for they eat our sub stance, and as for puttin rings ou our fin gers, we evident exprkt it until they bring back the jewelry they carried away. I can not say, in the langwidge of the poit, that our labor hava been tbe labor cf love, for we've had monstrous poor en couragement, to be shure but wa hadr.!l set our heads towards tbo stars and stripes ar.d we jintly determined that, come weel como wo, sink or swim, survive or perish, thuudtr or lightning, we'd slip back, or sneak back, or git back somehow else, or we'd stay out for ever and ever amen and be hanged to 'em, so-called, I golly Up to thia time it hev been an up-hill bizness. The team was a good wun, aud the goar all sound, and the wagin greased but tbo road are perhaps the ruifest, rot inesl cordyroy in the wurld. It's pull up and akotcb, and ever and anonomous the skoich Blips out and the tung cuts round, aud away we go into the gully. Andy Johnson is driver, and he says 'Go slow,' and he hollers "wo! wo and loses the road, and then we hev to go back to tbe fork and wait till he biuaes the way. lie seems to be doin bis beit, but then there is Sumner and Satan and Stevens and Davis, and other like gentlemc-a, who keep hollerid at bim and crackia his whip, and confusin hia ideas, so thit sumtimes we don't know whether he'sgeein or haw in. My frenda, about them tellers, 1 don't know what I ort to say. If you de, or ii anybody does, I wish they would say it. i dou't encourage cussiu iu nobody, not at all, but it you kuowofa man that can't be oured of it duriu bia nateral litu time, it mout be well te hire him by the piece. If there ia in all history a good e*kuse aud a proper subject, it is upon them hartleys, soulless, tow^Iless, gtzzarJIest, fratricidal, auisidal, parasiial, abauiina bul, couteinptibui, disguslibul individuals. 1 seuietimes think of 'tun till uiy brains gits aorter addled, aud 1 (eel like becoin in a volunteer convik to tbe lunutic any lorutn. Cliamy incline* me to the opin yuo that old Sumuer are crasy. 1 think he bas been geitin worse ever since be took Brooks ou tbe brain, and it do seem that the disease has pnmd coutagus. If ibey are for peace, it mu*i be the peace that passeth ail uudersUnditi, llr we can't iatboui it in tbese regions. They lout us to frto the poor nigger, but di Jeut keer for tbe nigger. By double teainin on us they licked us, and we give it up but now the one do:i want our niggers, and tbe other don't want our Uniou, and it's tbe hardest bkedule to pleas 'eut both that a poor vanquished peeple over undertook. It's tbe uiost baidest war to wind up that h'.story rckortls. Sumner, Satan aud Compunv, are sail a fusii. and fumin about the eveiiastiu nigger—waut biai to vote and make laws, aud squat on a jury, and want to prohibit ua rebels from doin tbe same thing lor thirty years to cum Je rusalem where '19 amid the mo&t profoundest and tntnoltona •ilonce ever seed, and Mr. Gibson re marked that he wouldent impose the re* publik on no respektable man agin hia wishes. He then transferred me to the fiuants committee, and he Mid he hoped we would take immediate action, for the State hud no mooty, as well as himself, aud board was high and oetras frequent. This may not bavo been his exnktua! lan gwidge, but is auglin towards it. I bowed my head aud aaid, "ditto, excep that I don't eat seteras." Forthwith I teh'jrrafd vary us gentlemen for a temporary loan, but they wouldent loan a dollar till Mr. Jenkins were norgrated, for they wanted hia name to the note. Thinks, says I, there's a tap lost about the wagon. If we ar a stale we kin borry money in Au g'lsty. If we ain't a state, it's none of our bizness to burry it at all. If Andy wuntij to run the mrrsheen his own way, let him pay his own expenses. What ia the (likens is a provisional government for, if it aint to get up provisions aud provide for a feller generally I made up my mind that perhaps we had been humorin Amly about long enuf. We bad as much right to a governor as Alabama The tears ruu down his left eye like rain, llis other eye were beat out by a Yankee soldier while the enpten wer in prison. Of couree the villen wer tuk for it and bung, though I haint seed uo mention of it iu the papers. Alas poor Wirz. My feller-peepel, lot me in conclusion oongratulate you on bavin a governor o::co more as is a governor. Ob, there is life in the old laud yet, and by and by we il all mix up with our frieuds p.t the north, and we'ii transport them black re publican int the Alrikan desert, aud pot 'em teachin Tottenhots the rights of suf frage. Winter Davis couM th?re find a field of labor sufficient for the umer*ble remnant of bis deciinin years. It it aint the Winter of our discontent mentioned by Mr. Shakespeare, 1 don't kn^w wh he alluded to, and I waut to get rid of him. He and bis clan have d)::e us so nr.ich evil, that I am induced to exclaim in tbe langwi lgo of I'aul about Alexander the Coppersmith' "may the rd reward 'em accordiu to their work*." More anony retus. Bnx Arp. A scrub-headed boy having been brought up before the court as witness, the follow ing eoUo^uy ensued "Whtre do you live when at home?'' said the judge. "Live with mother.'' "Where I'oea your mother live "She lives with lather.'' "Where does be live?" "He lives witb the old folks." 4 the kussiu man Tbey say it is all right fvr a nigger not to vote iu Couneticut, bskaus there aintbutafew of them tbar and it's all wrong lor 'em not to vote in Georgy because there's a heap of em here, and they talk Logik and Uetorik arnazin to prove how it is.— Well, 1 baint got n whole possel of sense like sum, but as ikoore as I'm two feet high, a nigger is a* nigger, I dotft keer whar you smell him, and a vote is a vote I don't kecfr whar you drap it. I aollv I they oan't git over that. The truth is, feller citiaens, I sumtimes feel like we didn't have no government. 1 felt that way sorter when Mr. Gibson ap pointed me a committee on the state of the reoublik. I felt hat 1 was obliged to resing. Risin majestikully to my feet says 1, "Mr. President, I beg to be rcspee tybly excused sur, if you please. If tbar is any republik on this side of Jordin I can's perseve it at this time with these speks. Tbar was a place in old Vir^rinny called Port Republik, but Mister Rebel General Stonewaii dackson wiped out its contents generally j„ 1BG3, and I havent sinse heard of it in northern literature.— I have heard of a acriib consarn over about Washington they call a republik, but, sur, it are likely to prove the biggest impost ure ever existin on a continent of free dom. I suppose, sur, it are be moved to Boston or the infernal regions in aievr days and 1 want nuthin to do with it Lxkuse me, sur, but I muat ioaist on bein reapektbly discharged." I took my teal Where do tury ii»e?'" »ays the judge, getting V,TV r.-l, as an audible auicker goes round the room, "They live't home.'' "Where inthuuder's their home?" rears the judge. "That's where I'm from," says tbo boy, sticking his tongue in a corntr of bis ch*ck, aud slowly closing oue eye on the Ji:dfc*e. "ll^re, Mr. Constable," says the court, 'take tbe witness out and tell bim to trav el he evidently dots not understand the nature c»f an oath." "You'd think different,'' aays the boy, going towards the doorway, ''if i wua ouee to give you a cussin'! The tnao who doth no paper take, Grudging the price of one a year, Will uever a good husband make, Because his wife can never know what ia going on in the world, and hia children will very ignorant appear. The last line ia ratber long for good IM tre, but tbe moral is excellent. KdtlAL Jt'lTICB TO ALL. A few days ago a bill waa iutroduecd into our House of Repreacntativea, of which the following ia a copy A BILL For an aot to provide for the publication of General Laws, aud of tbo Proceed ings of the Board of Supervisors, ia tbe several Countiea. Be it enacted b/ the General Atsembly of the State of Iowa, as follows, to tcit: Section 1. Tbe Board of Supervisors of th*aeveral counties ahall, at their reg ular meetin in the month of June, I860, and thereafter at each regular meeting in the month of January, aelect two news papers, or oue if but one be published in the county, in which paper or papers shall be published all general laws enacted by tbe present and future General Assem blies. Sec. 2. It ahall be the duty of the Secretary of Slate to furnish the Clerks of the several Boards of Supervisors, printed slips or copies of newspagers con taining all general laws enacted, aa aoon aa may h»aftl tbw iwi»lmani aud it aball be the duty 01- South Carolina. [Ie wants us back about as bad as we want to get back, and a little badder, perhaps and he needent put 011 so many unnecessary airs about tiiis sen ator bizness. If he fools with us innch, we wont elect nobody—I, golly! we'll take the studs and go backwards. I forth with returned to the capitol, and streclan forth 0 ie of my arms, sea I, Mr. Gibson, sr.r—I'm your frieud—I'm the friend of your wife and cbil.lren but cf Mr. Jen kins aint norgoratf-d soon, tbe state will collapse a bright and glorious star will be obliterated from off tbe s'riped rag, and tbo president will lose about nine supporters iu the federal congress. I move, sur, that ef we cant get our gover nor at once like a sina qua non, we break up in a dutch grocery and depart for Mex ico. It took like tbe Small pox, and were ca^ied tumultously. These proceedings were telegrafd to Washington before the ink was dry, and we received orders forth with to nogorato our governor and roll on our cars. Theu the money cam?, und we voted ourselves a pookeiful apieco and tookafurlo. My Iriends that wad a proud and glorious day. Wheu t'l.it great aud good man was makiu his affectwi speech, we all felt happy, aud Capten Douds, a member from 1'old, remurked that he wuuld like to die then, for he never expec ted to (eel as heavenly a^in. of tbe aaid clerka, on receipt thereof, to deliver the same to the newspaper nelected aa uforeaaid, tor pub lication therein. Skc. 3. In tbe aaid papera ao aelected, there ahall also be publiahed tbe proceed ings of all meetings of tbe Boards of Su pervisors of the oouutiea iu wbich such papera are respectively published, cOpiea ot which proceedings shall be furnished by the Clerks of aaid Boarda for that pur pose. Sec. 4. The compensation for the pub lication of the laws and proceedings aa aforesaid, ahall be one-third the rates of legal advertisements as allowed by law and all claims for such compensation shall bo audited, allowed and paid aa other claims against tbe comity in which sucb publication is made. Skc. 5. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the Iowa State Heyitter and Iowa Homestead, newspapers published at Dea Moines. We claim that the pasaage ef thia bill is just what is right and proper, and would secure equal justice to the people of all parts of tbe State. if we are aot mistakes, a law very sim ilar to the one above proposed ia now on the atatute books of most of tbe North ern Stales, and we are also of tbe epiu ion that a similar bill has passed our House of Representatives at cach session ior the past eight yeara, and baa aa regu larly by the Senate. We also cluim that the people of the State have a right to know what laws are passed by their Legislators, without being obliged to refeJ to tbe papers published at the State Capital. In regard to the pro ceedings of the County Supervisors, they also should be published in all tho news papers of the countiea wherein the aaid Boards hold tbeir sessions. We were pleased to obaerve that the Superviaora ef Linn County adopted tbia rule and order ed tbe proceedinga publiahed in each of tbe three papers of the county at a fixed rate of cempeuaation. If complaint is made that tbe expenao will be too great, we have only to say that the compensation proposed in the bill ia so low that the people will gladly pay the lame lor the sake of haviog at once and in proper lime tbe information wbich they desire, aud wbich they cuunot easily ob tain from any other source. We really hope that oar Legislators will see the wis dom of making the bill a late. This, Tliat na4 the Other. 'Be-ware,' is what the potter aaid lusp of clay. What is the ditference between a piece of honey-comb and a black eye One ia produced by the laboring bee, aud tlutoth er by a be-laboring. It was? a starving corset maker who thus vented her complaint: "Shame that 1 should b« without bread—I have etajed the stomaobs of thousands.'' "What flower of b«-auty shall I marry asked a young spendthrift of his mueily governor. To which tlie goverior replied, with a grim smile, "Marigold." "I live in my charmer's eyes," aaid a fop to Colinan. "1 don't wonder at it," replied George, "for I observed be had a sty in them when 1 saw her last." An exchange says: "A gentleman in traveling along tbe coast ot Florida and Georgia found a wouian who did not knew what a newspaper was, She bad seven children aud a pipe in her mouth." Rather a capacious mouth for a woinuu. One day Freddie's little sister Carrie, hearing her mother talking alvnit a name for a new little babj-brother that had been giien to them a abort time before, said: "Mamma, why don't you name bim Hal lowed Il says in my prayer, 'Hallowed be thy name,' and I think it a very pretty name, too." It baa been ascertained by an inatru ment called a airene, that a mosquito's wiug vibratea at the rate of fifteen thou sand times a second, the pitch of the note produced being more than two octavea above tbe highest note of a seven oc tave piano. Tbe wing of a mosquito ii so thin that fifty thousand of them placed one upon auother would not forui a heap more than a quarter of an inch in height. Base-ball on skatea is the latest notion carried out in Philadelphia. A game baa been played by twu rival clubs. General Robert E. Lee has received from Cyrus H. MeCorinick of Chicago, $10,000 for the ealahliihment of a Me Corinick Professorship of Prauiical Me chanics in tbe college of which Lee ia President. Cenyonreadtbialinevitboutspfteee? T. 1IEDGB*, to the How to learn all yourdefecta—Quarrel with your beat friend. What ie the best tar for making the wheels of life run smoothly The al tar. "Sal, when does your folks dine?"— "Soon as you goes them's misses' or ders." 1 No man enn avoid hia own company, aad he bad better make it as good aa pos sible. Mont of tbe shadows that cross our pathway in lite are caused by standing in our owu light. Tbe officiating clergyman at the mar riage of a deaf *ul dumb couple wittily aui gallantly wished them unspeakable b!i«a. A spirited young lady who was about to marry a man whose pur- e wus longer than bis bead, said she preferred bis dollars to his sense. One reason why the world is not re formed is because individuals seem bent on leforming others, and never think of reforming thenirelves. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL O E E, Sioux City, Iowa. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, TEAS, TOBACCO, CIGARS, WINBS, LIQUORS, PAINTS, OILS, &C.,&C. Andnverythlnfpertalntngto a flrvt-etassOrosery and outfitting Mouss.allol wblcb wlllt«s«td CHEAP FOR CASH. Produce of all kind* taken! n«xebanr( for the highsvt market price |»l1 Ainu, Fttr*ufnll kind*, I»iy lli'le*, fork, Bao'iJ.atid •verjthius* variable wliKli litf Aru.er innj ti »v« to dt*i«ne of, a n s a U a S ROCERIES! GROCERIES JV«T RECEIVED AT L. D. PARMER'S 40 barrels P. & P. whiskey, 20 ball barrels 1). 4 D. ahiskey, 5 barrels Old Rv\ 2 barrels of (»in, 2 barrels oi brandj, 10 barrels molasses, Go bnrrels Halt, t0 krgs of nails, 2U barrels of augar, 10 sacks of coffee, 20 bbls. apples, 5 bbls. peaaher. ALSO— Glass, Putty, Soap, Shot, Candles, Ginjrer, 1 Tin safes. 1of Sash, Tobacco, Salaratus, Lead Starch, Shot, Powder, Ac. Furniture Furniture Jutt r#r*iv» I aud fat *ate 30 uoz. Common nr.d fins chairs, 10 Wood and cane seat rockere, 5 Childs table and rocking chairs, 5 0:Tice chairs, 1 Card and Centre tables, 2 Breakfast tables, I !ining tables, 1 Common wash stan j*, Bureau's with ulass, 5 Bed steads, assorted, 2 Double mnttrasses, 2 41 Single mattrasses, 2 Deuhle lounges, 1 u Single lounged, L. I. PAtMBt. ozTr DRUG »STORE! Sigae he tilueMoriar !fe. 1» PEARL TUEKT, llsaiClty. AM Awlnracalptofmy Faltand Winter* I oak Draft «ud *Me«llelnea, and Ihiug [eimilium tlie IHIIK limtir«-s. Cfcawing and Smoking Tt'lmcro an ('ijnre Maraliojr, Ka||*e ami Scotch Snuff*. I'nre French Prand* I'ute Tort ami Sherry It loee, I'urv iiin mi Uum alee, Candiet of all variettoe Stationery large variety embracing niatik Hooka, stiahae Le«igeieV»«roale,V*B#eAe Ac. Ac fsiurist Approved School Books, Such a* are now tn u«e I n nnr:ily Veh«els. W at I I'aperitnit Honlrr.anri a largo aad beautiful n««ortnu-ut ol riiiMrriTa Toy*. AUo.$paiihliiig'e Prepared Glue. ani llarrif.', Omtvnt, that need no comment t» rocommeud them to lie notice ol e»«rj faitiilt. Hag*, as UMial. taken in ehitngeforgooda Ptiyalclane Preacrlptloai Arnratelydiepenaed.—AM tha mest rellabt «aad popular Patent Medicine* kept juoel-SS CIIARLBS KRMT. DR. TALBOIT'S PILLS C) tOM I'ORED of highly concautrated eitrarta from rioi* and herb* of the bgheat meiticiniat value, iufaliibla in the euro of all di«aaaa« of tha Liver or any deraneement of tha Dij/mtive Organ*. They remove all impurities of the'Hlooit, and ara unc|iialed in the cure uf Diarrhw, Jauuilice. Iya pejMiia, Scrofula, UIHiouane»a, Liver Complaint, Fever*. He»d:iche, Pile*, Mercurial Disease*. Here ditary Humor*. Doae, for adiilto, one pill iu tha morning, children half a pill. From one to threa uilla will cure ordiuary caaa*, and Irom oue to thraa boxr* will cure any curable of no matter how long alandtiia. Price tt.lX)caae par boa. Trade say« pliad or saat by mail. V. MOTT TALBOTT, M. D.. CO. taase4-ly Si fatlM Itraaa, Miacelianeons, New Arrangement! ONLY 36 HOURS RAIL- ROAD. RRBE VORTN-FTEITERN STMI i» Company's'* 4 HORSE COACHES' Witt tftar thia data, leave Binux OityoaTTTKS tJAYft.Till KSDAT9 an SUNDAYS att«'*lo«k. P. M., connecting with tha CARS, AT BOONSBORO, •a TTE8DAT. THURSDAY aad ilATl'BOAT iKrniu|i, and with tta CARS, AT ACKLEY, on MONDAY*, Wri»'K«nAT!« aid FRITM TP, BI & king Twenty Hnari iiirker time than *a• aver mada iroui Si.nn i »tjr So i hieaceear tH»a««aa lltaOilr Mi Ith.JSI*, N OU' 1M PRKSI. A N AND- HIS OAMPAIONS A MIUTARY JtlWiR.SPHY, Ml 11 I:\RY (OPFIC. Cditor of tf "I'nited ?trvi Mafaaia*'" 1 oL.. S VO.,J).0 wiTth,|* '!r* k whioh 1 iiem. S«pol:,Nlv:»ui Amerran -itiaeo will ilitm r«- t.. a copy Ut rr of 1 hia ureal lj.a,t, ot the "armio* of thr l',,„ n k i i ouof t..- KpareJ to r. cord tlK-..« gp- on Htp, l, ulot in. iits has be- i .•..!»»- the propw.v tl,« i.atiou he e* I lu anilala'***' in I Tt.o m. r,. montion of Fort DontNon Sl.il, f., nth. ti.kii, \u kotMirjf, fl'»ll»n«H. *. 1 he ilder. Th» North Anna. .11 a,*,, Im.i ».t.r»M r« ami KkItm. n.|, reraito »o luind the |'«il exiillHtlona oi.-r Ihees »uc.v»e*. «M], I tin- Mtrrriiiit.r of i i ail the atditnu* «am« u i u w i a i u i I During tiio h. ut and «.-x, i.Vmcot ,»i ih,^ contact, '"I} rapiJt), twin* made, i.ukm tt I in which e*ery .U ,ni» bat ne« tii. «.ir tu-in^ over atxl peace again r^Wfed to n* it is proper that »ui.h j:ruat xnicvii ibtxild a attinti record. Thi.i work w|| be i„ every particular StoieC w.Tlhv hii.I hp, ,nat«—written t.y lie TjpntrnanS Ucnei.il n ,ifr 1..,,^ tiifn.i -truin orti. i.«l ,i ^,itn^i»a and prnste rocr.la, put IHK. bla namlt. It oa in.t t.til to iu«et eveiv ri-qu.rvuu-aS of the puMic expectation. It is In injf propared in tha most thorough man n«r.*tll In. priiitei "U fltic paper and hauitnomely I'OIIIKI UND tn» illu^tR.IIRIL witli UUIIKTOUH |HrtraiSS y map* ami plans of all the prinei. a i i i To nil who hH\H», r»c.| i mii y capacity, intheae rithant oiiupaiKna, tbe work wilt he invaiuaMa. whilt'ltull who haw hail relative* tr frietidiM •inajted, it will le of atsorbing interrtt ainl per ni.iiii nt value. It i* a r«cort ot t't illiant achiev« ci»i/eu prme. Il w ill cannot be hail rxi a»»orl- luviii tnr(* iud complete.oiiilra'iitg*«er article ol Mftjii'ine needed i n I ht-treatment ot the Jieean* of this tiiuale. In aUdiliuu to the regulai Drug btieiuefee. I keep will feet hi. til |,f# loB .xc'*«ivo!v by »ntjicripti,ina, and cpi thr»ii)ch uur Birv»id tint) by oi a^ente. aiithoriMt) agentn. limine lli s* ,liiiiin« a copy f(r their libmrioa ahoubl atib»criU promptly when the ou portIInitv in pieftentcd. It will not te soldiutu^i. (•t'»rre, uii.i cannot be bad of ux directly, but we will Kuarnntre that all aubeoriber* ahall ha s ARcnta Wanted In Evrry Csaaty Tlirougliaut the Wcat. To wTiom P*ctii«ive territory will lie (riven.and par a»»n* who have participatm't in these great can* tai|(n* c*n find no niont plcmliiig or profitable rn, pluyiuetit thus to take auch an agency. Sr T»rmi, unlforna sad Llbtrsl.jtg Send for a circul.ir and blank application, ini loa ing fl,fr f.r amount, and tnt-ntioniag »freral counties iu tho order of your choicn. We giva only iwo or three Touthip* to beu»n with, bat hold ill reserve an entire county more for each a«cnt,*o that an e«ten*ion of territory can ha Brnnted after a pr.per trial, if fouud mutuall* daalrable. C. K VKNT ft We»tern Vubli*har«, t4 Dearborn etreet, Cbic« K ... Mllnol*. P. R To any editor w bo will puhlieb ilia above one time aud send ua a copy of paper containing Iheaanin, we will«end a copy of tbe work whan out. i'ontaga or eipreMiage prepaid. augS.l 2w f. T.V.tCO. LE« AL NOTItK. ISA AT C. Kt'ttllKlt. vs. \t ir.MAM II. FftAMI To William .tl Kraute Sir: You are hereby not ifie it that there I* no* on file in the office .1 the rleri of t|, 1 Strica t',nrt of W ocdhnry rounty. Mate of Iowa, a peti tion of leaac Furlerclaiming of you the *un eight biiinlrcil dollar* aa money rtne f«r breach of vtarrau.'y in a deed esecutetl by you, and for e|» peu»«|* and e «t* incurn ty the -said luna.* C. Fur. t»er, in defending in an action brought by a part* to whom he hud told portion of the land under taken toheco i\eMd to hint by you by raid deed, t*aid petition further aska lor a "writ ol attachment agaiiiKt your property and credit*. Now. unleaa you ippoar and an*wer to «aid petition befi ie tu«m of the »e ond day of the next term ol the DUtrict Couat to be twgan and hoirten at Rio«* Oily, with in and for Maid coua- U .». Revenue Stamp 6«» A. D., Vsw eta vty, on tha tbir4 V" Moaduy of A i.rll. 18WI. a default will he entered agalnat yav and jndgmeut rendered thereon for the full ainouat olalnad tugether withantareat and coat* of *uit 1»AAOC. rt'HBKR, Pl'n ir hi- Aiff. j.ihn (.aaiaa.