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•Hum jm warn
f— btw tt«t ri ronwrirallTc,
I know the mm of yoa
|m every aan ewr m(
U that-wmy too.
rw «id ttat afaMK rant In
Is Mir «mr mod okl abip
J* MM r» eoBTinocd mtilt of oA
A- roroae,
uru
lether rip."
tk |bi Swy HMk, the windy North,
M«y mrt too arach aau,
4* «r
•v. f» *orf bar in pie.
Che oM rear** gone Ihw ht Ml
tv. The umt of the new:
*ad My It Mug thebri^M*
VT beypiBMW yen
fey all jw boaeet p«n
_Befr«MlUyo«r
4n
b:
JL-sfrsa:.
|ki viMtM thnt *i
.^•nyn Why ihonM i
laen keep yonr toilinc imor on,
Bewtrtng Mill to do,
Hut what
yon
lack in the old yeat
TouU Mke up in the new
•"font, miaer-like, bug
up yonr
Bat shapes hi* deed*for h—11
lb Ulustratioo
of the
points
Let me a story tell:
.Via Titas he
was terrible
To all with whom he dealt
ft literally eleaned 'em oat,
Was bound to take their
msK.
With cent per cent stamp'd on his 4kM
And tightness in his Art,
An animated
money mill,
Whose toll absorbed the grist
ftm was a selMenyin* man,
As presently roull Ind
Jjnd all his selMenial, «U
The snper-hnman kind,

Whene'er a beggar shewed Ms
You
fcMt
Tim promptly shut his door
Denied bimself the pieasnra, thus
Of giving to the poor.
yrjw wagea to the laborer,
He always, too, denied
•a paid mneh less than others fold,
To mortify bis pride.
pigmy market basket,
Its closely flttinc
Hd,
Cancelled the luscious liver, and
Tim's vanity was hid.
.few Tim
was pious and he
Mt
For man aii anxious fesr,
Itftst root of evil" ruined him,
Tim bagged it, far and near.
(V** thus he
daily gathered in
The devil's dirty pelf
And
well we know
And not a dime
was
Can this be
so
the tazman said
A sceptic,
nothing loth
Xiao
Titus proved it clear as mud,
Tiu pro\ ml it with hi* until.
To grind the face* of the poor,
Tim ever kept hit, mill
Ami gathered in from
Just twi»t his soul and beav*n,
Dear reader! Ilere take warning, when
Religiously inclined.
Be sure you shake the jingle ef
The
dollars from your mint
For
tiii'ut in the uieutin'
Nor in the wordy prayer,
Bat in your daily walks and works,
Religion—must be there
My christian friend, pray don't suppose
You've nothing
Because of pious show,
Nor lis for heav'n before you do
The decent thing, below
Do'nt think vour'c pious, just tweause
You see the wrong you do
You may be only biUious, a
Deception, nothing new
At churcli you feel most wretokedly
shew
it in your
As I sincerely feel tor you,
diagnose your
.. Of
dishes that
And von drift the other way.
A sort of
local Helper," now,
I put
them facts to you
Discard, or ponder them, at wili,
You'll one day liud
tliciu
dint-wy and brown
From
opening day till evening bells
Bob's anvil's ring
W«ll Indicate that
CWBwtw^ln*
A pauper'* burial, by night,
nottphi U kft
In «on«
forsaken spot,
p_
"t*The
earth rough-thrown RpOU
in this high
I'm in
ler.
face
your digestion
And are gormandizing, still!
Religion, more than you can bolt,
Has brought you to this end
A spiritual dyspepsia,
and
Not piety, my friend
You're 'board the ''good ship Zto*,"an4
Your sky-sails are unfurled
Loaded down with crude religion
1 our back upon the
true
And
lor
my
A ttmp'raif one
1,
to soar aloft
Beyond the common view,
Nor can
I say
those finer
A Sad and TruthfUl Tate!
Bob Burton bore as big a heart,
As any
in the town
Bis arm to sturdy lalior trained,
Wan
was heard
Ko
Than good as Burton's word
While from his manly
With sturdv labor's stains.
And w hen the day of rest came
Or merry-making eve,
Bob Burton donn'd as fine a suit
As modern looms may weave
And none more blithe than he
At muster or at fair,
4
hand well freed from idleness,
A
heart well freed from care.
But idle
waa the vagabond,
And ruin was his trade
Who opened now, near Burton's shop
A h—II
where fiends are made
Where Bob
all light of heart waa
ffcej And
no lire in*the forge,
ft or horse-shoes on
the joist
Lnpatient now, bis
patrons take
Tlulf toA «iiotber wiv,
Am! Burton'*ibop bw
tfea idle
all the day.
conic tlic can-lei* winter winds
Careering o'er the liUIs
All ice-bound are the water-wbed*
And silent are the mills
While drunkard Burton's tools lie unH
Upon the tavern shelf
Ml earns by
B» little-ones, in direst
«waIWsaceby thdr mother eam'd,
^•Wstarves them day
agMV¥,
Aud Burton is forgot.
But why,
you
ask, this mournful
Why spread its sadness here
holiday of mirth.
Ripe with the new-born year
i T'is
with the hope some reader taay
A
warning take from thi*,
jAud point'ring
on Bob Burtou'"
OBfBfX
fl Bob'* fiitc resolve to mi«*. jiji
'i
This is the time for
new resolved,
for it myself
And.
bless the Lord, I
mesn to
hp
Mv on the shelf
And while I cry peerar',. here,
May not hope to
se
V, That ev'rv gen'rbus reader, will
Give Q»ar1rrt, now,
to
o AiUiiimnMinHifW.
ar wiiliam t. coosnuLL
[Wsh
tks
Otodanad eaasttc, Dse. M)
la
a quaint old book that
recorded that, among the ancient Briton*, there
was a superstition
pikt
Be gen'rooa, for you can
„Into what God has given yon
And be at once a man.
-1 miaer spreads his
wing* for heavto,
that, a certain hawthorn.
Glastonbury Abbey,always bloomed on Christmas
day,
becausv
it had grown from a twig of a tree
which Joseph, the husband of Mary the mother
of Christ, had planted.
Then, wilk-white blossoms hid from view its
rough branches und their i-harp points. What.
during all other day*, was unattractive to the eye,
on
Christina*
commanded admiration. It
cuiblein
Meeting with bristling backs, soon lay aside
Their snarling aspect, and in sportive chase
Excursive, scour or wallow in tiie snow."
There is
a deep moral in
the
munity united in social festivity—for Christian
commemoration,
like
blessing him also who witnesses.
That is the philosophy of cheerfulness—a hil
ophy good not only
for Christmas and New
Year's
I)ay
for Thanksgiving and Fourth of July
for birth-days and golden weddings—but good
for every day lietween them
I'tiif tluiri nit- words from one of the poems of
Horace, for which
lish phrase.
he never kept
A dollar for himself.
For when the hold assessor
Assessing
all around,
He put the screws to Timmy'a pile
7'iiey arc
nut
perversely, ass
1
year to year,
The root of evil" still.
Mistaken toil of Tim's whole life,
Now when hi* breath was rivpn,
His board was found—a mountain high.
rimanded
house,
!any
utburst
Another, and another, ofih brilliant
ings at the liiin»-r table
secdi iL
case
You've quite a morbid appetite
For spiritual food
You swallow, most voraciously,
each
ne,
there
alteruard
did he claim that the
tivc list
aiv good
Of thin dear heav'nly manna, MV
You gormandize your 511,
But you lack
iu
"llail,
thou
g'ddofs. saire
play, first act at
ia
compendium,'"
of course,
III
give it now, and such an
A*
Obe
you may well endorse.
No poet
homes,
0
proverb
in
the town more trite
lirow, thattoM
Of truth and honesty,
Down roll'd the irreluctant
sweat,
Rejoicing to be Free
And resting on bis ruddy cheek,
From revels through his veins,
Bright health lay laughing, face to face,
led
First stealthily to stop,
hesr the ribald jest and jeer.
To take the frientdly drop."
it
morn, at noon, at eventide
He'd thitherward repair,
Full soon these three diurnal calls,
Would ill requite his care
hourly and oftener,
Be Imt his steps that
way,
|i spirit
crushed, his anvil hashed,
throughout the
weary day.
i customers
but
and offices,
Tiie-e
mood* people who
should make themselves acquainted
and writings of Charles
hi-
father in his dotage—yet his essay- and
his letters arc lull of the truest humor, and his
stammered sayings are precious
to all who eaii
appre
ciate keen wit
whidi
Families which thus cultivate glailneos—thus
$tMi'lriM* WKM
"ftf"WWHtlN IWO (tt
sow and then meeting together, but none neg
lecting the home circle, have no sorrow over
street brawls, or midnight marauding among
their boys—over wicked gossip or idle gadding
among their girls—overlounging about groceries,
for politic# anil tobacco, or petty scandal, among
their men.
Legitimate business and household fun give
xest to each other. Home play and school study,
directed as they may be, by wise encouragement
better than by inflexible restraint, prejtare for
and make one another delightful.
Think of it, parent of one or of many children!
How glad were the little folks of your household
this blessed Christmas morning! Can you de
scribe the sparkle there was in their eyes when
they went to bed last night, hoping and trusting
in
Kns-Kringle
me.
CABBUB
I read recently, it is
or Santa Clans Did not your
youth come back to you, with delightful memo
ries, when you listened to the out bursts of bois
terous thankfulness, of genuine gladness, which
rcuriouswell-filled
ted the stockings in the
been gladdened by a timely gift—if you are not
crusty and miserly—in which case may all the
children of the neighborhood beseech you for
gifts till bed time—if you are not prim and self
sanctimonious—in which case, may every ingeni
ously mischievioas child of your acquaintance
cut up a thousand capers on your best carpet, in
the midst of your best furniture—yon have seen
joy enough to-dav to give you a right glad heart.
Let it express itself. You have eateu a hearty
dinner, it is fair to presume, and you are com
placent and indulgent have
a familiar—humor
soliciting talk or a good romp with the children
then, or a mirtli-provoking game.
was
regarded by those simple minded people,
as
an
of peace—it was typical of loving kind­
ness. of generous forgiveness, and of liberal glad
ness. Sitting around their ample firesides be
neath twining branches of holly and misletoe,
they forgot the asperities of life.
One of the early F.ngli-h poets, illustrating
the universal goodfelluwship of the holidays,
•aid
Even stranger dogs,
causes
we have no equivalent
Eng­
translated, the useful with
the pleasant, a:id thus defined imply the vice of
melancholy and the virtue of
cht
iciatedin
minds, that
found.
men
teachers in sell
one of the poets of the Age of
Elizabeth wrote—
'There'- n-.i
ight in this life awret.
If men
v -re
uise to
it,
Bnt only in .'lancholy—.
0, s«ee!ist melanch- ly"—
One of the
ii.•
tract
irs
of bmiyant
wimossed
am.u:g hi» pupils. With a
as demure as. th.it of an ox
he w-jUad colli:.land the od'ender to study the
character of
(jcorge
hi* country, lie often elaborately argued that
Washington \u-
a
great
told
ma:i, becuuse
grave man. Our
by Uroek'-.
ridge,
the tiavcler,
for with
exceeding particularity,
ton
clue
ty, to which a
to do
Bnt sit each Sunday'* service out
And ante for your pew.
Now don't suppose you love the Lord,
been invited,
so humble, there's
lit Oskaloosa, week before last,
i-rfulncss—a
virtue which every student of human nature
acknowledges to be, not only conservative of
morals but promotive of mental vigor and of
physical health. Yet, cheerfulness and frivolity
fun and frolic, play and nonsense, are so inti
mately, if
er's convention wss held,
is
many
^lod
in
Uusisien,
mothers at
li .me,
wd,
declare, by the gravity of
their countenances, the decorum of their'
de
meanor, and the dignity of the restraints they
impose, that,
as
lie
were
was
stration of joyous
Si.
Cambridge,
meaning attached
things
That real poets
do
Still, let me sing
mv simple song,
Securely in the vale
lu other words, pray let me tell
paid to it in this State) the di­
rectors of the State Agricultural Society increase
at least one hundred per cent, the premiums
given on sheep, and that the Legislature pass
laws to prevent rams from running at
to impose a
tax
than one kept by any person.
Allkued
Ixfa vtioike.—A
84_vs
s,-e
the Knoxville Journal,
found in the weste.ni part of town. The )odv
id
of my youth always rep
been covered with ashes, dirt and trash,
the head had either been left
been uncovered by the
emotions
he
body.
in
he
wan exactly equalled by
was
a
schoolom-ter,
whose gravity-
his
read, or if
l.
d, indignantly repudiated
that Wa-hi
was in-his earlier lite a
»if.,
and
iiu-dlty. He
ly, but tailed
wit went to
excited himself brave­
To
Iriends,
meet the c\)ectaUoii* of his
because (icntral
Washington, though at­
tentive, appeared to be unmoved either by wit,
humor or satire.
Wlu-n
the party broke up, the
bed
restless ami unh ippy.
he heard
rectly repeat d. The
ne
tlio't
some one talking in
an
adjoining room.
He listened. One of his
best stories was
"poi it"
was well made,
and then there was a burst of loud, hearty
lausfh-
action of the w ind.
coroner summoned
innteiianee
It
profound slumber,
Washington—the Father of
the custody of officer
stolidity, had
liovpr
a sit
also asked,
repeated, aud
a vigorous demon­
most apprecia
tier to his
beat jokes waa
Ington.
John Milton
OeorjcB iVash
sang—-
and holy
Hail,
diviiot
mclaucholy
Whose saintly visasre is
to bright
To hit the
scn.se ol'
human sight."
But Young, ho cannot be called a lively
Was nearer truth when he wrote—
'Tis
impi us
Aud
world
Tho' headed right, for heaven, in ftutk,
You stop the boat" to pray,
And your ieorkt are not in motion
iJeau
John's College,
oi.e
of the (hara
t. is says—
"A in-ii- scholar is
lined
a creature that can put on
slippcrr ai.d
sit rhenning till dinner
o.ie th:,t hath a peculiar gift iu a caugh
aud a licet!** spit."
Why a
|)ci-iili.!!'gu't i
without exercise—recreiti
in
frt'sbe
iog
about fun.
if you please
divc-r*nient, fun if you
nr.-
S i:n-
i
w
o-ds
and
lc«4
easily ui ned, tio.
poseless. Xo» it is solid—there is common
sense
in if—health
in if, mor
b'-en
idle,
u„
evokes
Cheerfulness
American morals widely promoted, if our fathers
and brothers more generally took gentle Elie for
iui
example, in that conquering kindlin which
makes
hi- memory dear.
How many men and womtn who arc loved and
honored in
ihe world to-day. can trace tin-saving
grace which
i
are not enough for American
as well
as
see his wife,
WM» saddened
muscles, demand them.
The father who plays blind-mans'^
his girls,
eye and moist.
will
Is
matches, t!ian
Ktupidity,
11 i» to
escajs-
wourn
out
serving poison
ofL
The potion for bimself
outoi
of
want,
food nor fire have they.-
by day
Battled iss.i^J
ami
by
sue-
No.
apprccimiou.
poet
in
Swift gave his sitire wholesome di-
Wetion
»hen lie
friends
called the attention of serious
11
the fct that animal- never laugh.
In an
i Id
niiuniiiious
2)
The wit was
delighted. lb- recognized the voice. Ever
»]V J. CROCKER,
corner, or
Christmas tree in the center of the
parlor, when all the children had danced down
stairs in their night gowns, regardless of Jack
Frost?
If you arc not a victim of piuching povertv, or
distressing disease—in which case
If
wood.
picture of a com­
for religion-^encouragement, for
moral counsel,
liiu-atiuiial
interest, even for the
celebration of political anniversaries. People
wh open wide their liear««, the genial influei
a»d wek-ome, generous impulses, whether fr
Christian
fai h. or. indeed,
from mysterii iis
su
perstition. are taught that kindness is wisdom—
that gladness,
niercv, is twice blessed, bless­
ing him alio gi res and him who
more than
receives—ave,
that,
you cannot
talk or play yourself, listen and iugli while you
encourage the little folks to be as merry as they
know how to
be.
Yonr good dinner will digest
satisfactorily. Your sleep will be sound, or, if
you dream, it will be
of—
scenes of your childhood,
Which fond recollections present to yonr view
The orchard, the meadow, the deep tangled
consent
for
hisistupouitih.it
genial humor and a heroic spirt are
(•eator partnar »f laU tm Crock«r k In.)
Attorney and CounaaUor nt Law,
BCKLI.NGTON, fOWA.
Wffl sttead pmapUr W eoUeetfooa «t JebU, land afcndn,
dWeoonling notca, and all oilier taulnoa of hU prnfcurion.
O0ec over Coonanch ft Brooka' Bank, corner Jefferaon
and Main ftrrrtt. JatAplf.
GENERAL LAND AGENCY OF
\jr ncK—cotNciL BLtrrs, iowa.
Will praKpUy attend to Land Warrant*, Inreatlnf Money,
Locating and 8eiHn« Land WarranU. Paying Taxea, Ml
ing Kealjblate, and all other hranchaa of the Land R««l-
I In Western Iowa and Nebraaka. Jan 2-hptf.
•pXTHACTING TEETH W1TH
JCj out pais.
Thoar lo need of Dental service# wilt utill find u* at the
44 stand on Jeffemon Street, over Harper'* 8h«e
mhen we are prepared to do all kind* of work hi our line.
Teeth on Gold and Silver Plate also on Che«pla*tlc Pro-
The natural teeth filled to preserve their heautjr *nd
keep thM from further decay.
work don# low to auH hard time*, and Warranted.
Jam
may
you have
lSIO-dwtf. H. BAQJCT, 0. ». B.
HPEETH EXTRACTED WITH
OCT PAIN.
DBS. BROXSOX A McCOLLOM,
On. Jitfermm and 8rf St*.,
Are now prepaied to extract twth without pain, having
proenred the latest improved Ktectro-Magnetkc lnetrament,
ertor to any heretofore introduced for that purioee.
'eelh filled, and full and partial dels of teeth inserted on
the atmospheric principle. AH operation* a* in deutbtry
skillfully performed and warranted. Jan. 4-hptf.
^EPHEN T. ACRES,
BOOK BINDER, PAPER Rt'LER AND BLANK BOOK
wild
Or some other spot which your infancy knew."
You will be more cheerful to-morrow, for the
fun of to-night in your office, your shop, your
kitchen, or your sitting room, you will work more
effectively, and with less fatigue than is custo
mary.
Try the experiment. As the little folks
MASUFAOTCRER,
In Cfxttbavgh'* Block, Main St., Buri4nyf*m, tmr#.
Binding of every description d^ie to order. Bhtrik Books
ruled and manufactured in any style. Paper, blanks, Ac.,
ruled to any pattern. jan *2bpy.
ROVER & BAKERS
CELEBRATED
FAMILY SKW1NG MACHINES.
G1
say
of a sweet kiss, in their play of Marching to
Quebec.
"It
can do you no barm, but a great deal of
good."
If it does, profit by your experiment. If it is
a new experiment, niy word for it, your fireside
will become dearer to you than it was the last
year. Yon will see new gifts and new beautie
in your children. They will find new charms
for love and trust in father or mother—new
ob
tained, leave to introduce a.joint resolution
(S,
removing the restrictions upon a certain
grant of five sections of land to the State of
Iowa which was read twice by its title, and re
ferred to to the Committee on Public oids.
He also asked, and by unanimous consent ob
tained, leave to introduce
a
bill
(S.
No.
15)
for
the relief of pui chasers of public lands within
the timber reserve opposite Fort Kearney, and
for the settlers witin the Winnebago
ami referred
auency
re­
servation, the Fort Atkinson reservation, and the
timber reserve opposite Fort Crawford, all in
the State
of Iowa which
was read twice by its
title,
to
Lands.
a good man to be sad."
the Committee on Public
gUMMER ARRANGEMENTS.
Via Michigan Central and Great West
ern (Canada Kail way.
Trains leave the Great Central Depot foot of Lake St.,
Chicago.
4:ini a. M.—Detroit
a caugli* Because he
Accommodation,
cepted,) arrive*
llo!.t.in,
1
others are d-.eper
Sum 1*. M.
il (,p|e
fun with friv
eonfnu
li y,
.d
with giddiness which is pur­
or
ItutTnlo 4Kl
Is in
i* the fun
it.
laughter i- of
anil nerve- wlii.h have
continued
and physical.
the
brain
long-
thought, un, ju.-th
Ihe
and monteliank and poor a tors and
and nude to
-iaily (Suutlajrg
TilH'A. M.—Ciiii irniati Fxpress. iSnndays
at Indianapolis
not o
fastidious. There arc widely mistaken
opi
of them
nn
dons
ex­
at Detroit p.
m.
excepted
4:t«
p.
in.
fc:rive
Cincinnati
hi
s:.in p.
A. M. l.i/htiiin^ K\piv, iSutnlays excepted!
rives Detroit
li-
i-.i difference*
it iHl
at
Nil,-
p.m.
Aecomiumlation.
8:tH
except Sunday.
F. M.—New
York and
lloston
Expn-iss,
turday!arrives at
(except
Sa­
7:1.5
a.
m. Siwpi
nsion IlridKe
p.Detroit
m. Albany
Exercise
.of iouacIc^ and
t-.OO
a.
'hiNia. in.
in.
S:(ai P. —CinelniiMtl
tendons,
which have
mtd
sinew*
Sew York,
Boston,
ii:i*
p.
ni.
and
LnulfTflle Kxpreiw, (exce)it
Saturday,!ni.arrives
at Cincinnati
at
4:tai
p.
been wearied
The
s.,»i
all points
It should loescued from
9:00 a. m.: lamisville
One train on Surclav ai |U p.
niih
a„,|
wijh Uie PnilTalo
considered, is
bloom of normal condition-, mental, moral
»a.t ai
id
pl.iv
Tur.-ntu v.ittl
faive,
(iran-J
Maine.
aprt in the solemn trace-
dies of common life, which are enacted in Amer
ican
-alt-
aud
with the life
l.amli—gentle
Klie. lie
a clerk in the India House,
I^iudon. His
mother was a i.-tiln of par lysis her daughter
in a p.iroxyxm of insanity,
-tabbed and
Viugh*er
was
a charm which made sor-
low-biirdeiied Charles Lamb a hero. Not a truer
hero lives iu literature. He went always from
the irksome
t*-ks
of his clerk's de-k, to his
father and his lunatic
face and
iu-
n^ter witli apleasam
kindly thoughts, and his liveliest wit
and brightest humor were summoned to cheer
them.
American
so.
iety would be much improved-
ruim-
he
from the tiotiscn-e of the children the
mother who teaches her boys that if they have
something worth laughing ai*out, she would like
to share the
t-|iort
that her boys are imitators of ribald
jokers or
»ii
titu-, of
aa
Hear
at the principal Railroad
Dearbtrn
greets,
at the
Dei»ot,
fi.«d
incompatible,
want
800
Cash
then
who, iu austerity, if
not
his office
or counting house, to
obsccne or v enial sportsmen,
!he, who in calm tuiapproachnblencss, con-
K-ientiouslv reprimands,
r»f BEOOaNS,
which
8?.
iooi# rntko lte!—to wlut I answer, fore
whnt
hb'ipret&ibk' pity for the AUdren OUM'ito
iu object*. Xo
one but tlw»" kioff fool
ioiu family need be afraid ol
tr^™kWipublic
?T,nduty,
#l.'tri,y'
r'
f—"titJKr itur domecUc tft^B—
neit^r kwoui for ererr-dav nor
for
curiowt)^—or ittte
offices
in the West, and at the general office, corner
t.ake
opposite the Tremont Hon^e, Chicago,
of Laki street.
R. N. RICK, .Superintendent.
J. Spii uixo,
Pass. Agent.
Jin. 2,
PXTKA BARGAINS IN
killed her.
Charles conquered an lier» ditarv temlem to
iuadues—devoted his life to the arc of his
gifted but wayr.ard sister, and provided a home
for
READY MADE CL0THIN8
FILL ASMIIC1 MK.V I 111' lIllMi: M.vDE
LoTHIXt FOB FALL AND WINTER.
He
have a Splendid Stock of Ready made Clothing,
ooncteting
of
1000 Over Coats,
500 Under Co*to,
1000 Pr Panto,
150 dox Under Shirts and Drawers,
175 White and Fancy Shirto,
WHICH WE OFFER FOB SALK.
Very Cheap for Cash,
Bnna
(oWe
ve them power to resist
son- temp­
tations, to familiar cheerfulness at the fireside of
their children—cheerfulness which en ibled son
or daughter, in a confiding
spirit, to get very
near
father or mother.
dies-, backgammon, whist aud
day, and
Became Goods will be cheaper
uc* papers
firesides. Livelv
conversation, pleasant joke-, jolly plav, indeed,
are required. Morals as well
Mbedy
out of the Store unsatisfied.every
ant
Chun
Spring.
Borttngton,
A. KAIBEK i CO.,
JanS.
Jelferaon
much
mlk
with
less likely
lo
grieve over
Street.
^piIE REST PLACE TO Bl'V.
To find out thf plac«
lo
1
«.
manners—nerves
buy
BOOTS AND
PIlOfiB right
and trarel sine* the time*got
And
buff
that
go
knowledge
I *av, l^t u* r, n»u i.»^'» iiifr
Kwl
not
tli»» thjiT U ru.t hither
For
mii axiixii in «*\«-ry and tr.'ule
Tlwt you don't wucli W(«.|
where
Bew»rc then
and every
«yw
get
In
with them, will not as often
a jfreai rioi^* Umade.
of hlg
tsiikt hornet'•
their
you find where a large pair of
In
nedt%
*uch thiu^.
meidiea
IP
BBOAbWAY, XEW YORK,
HEW STYLEr—PRICE $90.
This Machine sews from two spool*, as purchawd from
the more, requiring no rewinding of thread It Pells,
Gathers, and Htitches in a !«ii)»erWr rt vle, finlKhing each
seam by lt« own o|»er»tin. wiiliout-recourse to ilte hand
needle, a« j* required by other machines. It will do letter
and cheaper sewing than a seamstress c»n, even if she
works for on*, cent an hour, Sexd fob a Circi lar.
W. T. DANFIlH, A?ent,
jan2bptf Burlington.
H. AYU)R & CO.,
WHOLCftALK DEALSas IX
STAPLE A FANCY GROCERIES
13 J£*
TEH TRKKT 1M
Hare just received, and now
est market rates,
ever brought to this market. An inspection of goods
and prices
Is retpectfUllv
Th
ajnrv
to taki- action
appearing )y the evidence of the phy­
sicians that the child had been alive, and their
testimony tending to show also that it had met
with foul plai, anil circumstances seeming to
point out the mother as the perpetrator. Mrs.
Moore was accordingly arrested,
a sufficient reason for the postponement of her
examination. She has admitted,
ig-
-iiicsi
at a dinner par­
of much local reputation, had
was
exjiected i
st.iry-telling
ne
the fact of the birth, but says the child
and vouched
born. The child was the product of illicit inter
course. Mrs
M„
display his
so far as
solicited.
OVR STOCK foys/STS ry PAST OP
Irto
Sack* Prime Kb»nd
Lagruyra Coflbe,
Hii Chests
Assorted
T^as,
250 t\ fi And lf»
lb
Paddle
2ft
llhd.i
PriaK' ami
Fair
Sugars,
fld
for confidence in each other—now assur
ances that
"Mid
pleasures and palaces, tho' they may roam,
Be it ever
Bbls Belcher's Crushed PowdeCflift
7.5
44
Molaav*,
various
brnnd^,
10
44
Sow
York
noplace like home."
a wool grow
at which
mended that
C,olden
Syrup,
12
Tierce* Prime
llic^.
Boxe*
Tobacco, various brandy
25 Gross GH,dwin s
and
80
Anderson*^ In tte M.
Bbls.
Nuts nsorted,
T5 i Bbls Frcnch Prnne-t,
150 Boxes Laver and M. R. KaMnft,
150 lrunis
Fre«h
it
profitable branches o! agriculture, though but
little attention
Fijr^.
was recom­
(as
wool growing is one of the most
2*) I Bhls Mackerel—lft Quintals Cod Fish,
2o i PU kbd 100 Box^ Scaled Herriag,
Kejr*
N:uls.
as.«and
ort**d,
Boxes Window Glass,
assorted,
100 Glu.«sJai,
.VI Kejr*
and
Box^s ?4. C.
25
Boxes
of five dollars for every dog more
Saleratu-.
Castile German,
Chemical,
Pt.iladrlpbiH
a
dtfad infant
Litjuor* or all kinds and superior qna&y.
Cl^rs iu rr»*at variety,
on
the
And a general as^rtment of almMt
our line of
bbls
Hopping Osborn 2 Paine Wni
lUuuuoud A 2 2 Perry U W
Xverson George
lies Jonathan
Jaeohy
lan John
lliezles
Brown Hannah
Brower Charles
Br»*u John
Bemhard Julius
Besley Wm
Bazt-u Peter
Br«»wn Agnus
Brown Thomas Jon**
Kevena Power MLs» Martha
Uiusey
Persons caBHtg fbr the above letters will please say,4Ad
vertised." JAMty T1ZZAUD, P. II.
and
Estray Dark Bay Maie
TAKI:ir»
I I* by Jonathnp Nickolscn, at bis res-
Kence Danville Towr.shi|». Des MointP County,
Iowa,
December M. lho9, one Otivk e, supposed
to be 14 or 14 years old left hind ot white, small
wbiie ^pot in lorehead. some saddle marks. Appraised
at #30—before J. R. Kitner, jnt.ce of the Peace.
Filed December 5,1859.
decK-w^j) Clerk Cour.ty 0 -nrt.
E»tray—Cue Dark asd One Brown Cow
TAKK1 I by Francis Bsyley, at bis res!
A.
den e
in Burli^|tr«n w »l.ip, |e in*-s
ty,Iowa,
RHFRirm SAI.K.
STATE OF IOWA, Oca Motnea Count
TAKEN
yon will find they will
Bat keep
Jongta*
Ktlna.
on and turn nut
TU1
ahout
Elk
Hoax* are out
tlie Barret House block, Dumber
And the name,
FIFTY-FOUK,
J. M. t'irraiT,
over tlie door
That the beat place,
bo
walk right
In
io
To
get
Boole Sttaaa
maker, patches and
i
exchange
jap. 2-bptf.
mends "PARJIERfS AND OTHERS
But "familiaritv breed* contempt," savs the i
proverb—one of tin- many things proverbs say
?Jto
for yoar
VUK.
nrJlu^Kboots,
purohasftn^do
elsewhere,call
Srtbath \.X0-M JSrrtliSOXHI.,
uiiu Bign of the Big Boot
a
fitei, Achaiaj I I HO Acr»«rf
SHOES or
will well and examine my stock
In* parobuini flstwhfre. 1 h«
the
larfest
be-
as 1 h*
site Men'*,
and
HklLI'
ve
of* a ser- ,r
a
*11 inchNi,
tn ika l»r «ni I alia Unn'j
it. \CttHHOt be. Lttder»0lti,
finfUCkJ
from
nl
REMIMBIK THE PLACE
&A.URKTUWOKMLOCX
C. II. BWKKTm.
Home SSL^JSSB^'
prine
Pnltk
and flatterL«b4,
A .1 !\SU.H0U:-r,
S?i.trr?ff'- v. U..'v. {..*«. i
E»tray-0nc Colt.
up by Robert F. Kidd e at his residence SV
Union Township, Des Moines County, fowa, on tfit
11th day of October, an estray ct4t, two y» arsold
'pring color, strawberry Boan ro marks or
brands. Appraised at fifty dollars before Franc.s Wil
cox, Ju tks of the Peace.
FUed Oct.t9,\%W. A. J. ME59KN0K&,
MTf*vSn» Clerk County Court
I.. H. DA I.
If Off, rrlnrlpal.
u«r*i—for
J^ADTES"REATTT~~ ....
It
U comptiawnt
lo Da.
8anra
the
thai
ridan,
mo#
}'rt*ti|-nl of
flncmeiit,
attacked
male compialnts and the
Windsor, and Totlet
?oaps, in *reat varit-ly.
Powder,
Shr.t, Bar
lai-gc and
Water
Piouf, CBd 0. D.
Chinese Fire Crackers.Lead,
Cordage and Twine, various kin
Caps,
da.
IVarl Starch,
Stewart's Pure Candies,
Shelled Almonds,
few mornings ago,
Fresh Peaches,Strawberries and Tomatoes,In Cans.
Pickles, Catsups. Worcestershire
Oysters.
apices
liut
excised
£auce,
of all kinds.
Sardines and
Shoe Blacking and Brushes,
BidwellN Bituminous Axle Grea.se—a new
or had
UdBf.
msT^ng
busine^.
V Y.
mid
La^ruvra
und. r-tanil,
12
u :is
still­
44
Java
circumstanccs.
In the Senite, on the 28d ult., Mr. Har
lan asked and obtained leave to introduce a hill
(S. Xo. 8)
to reimburse the State of Iowa for
moneys expended iu the suppression of Indian
hostilities within the jurisdiction of that Stat
which was read twice by its title, und referred to
the Committee on Military Affairs and Militia.
kept in
jan.
2~bp.
TCST RECEIVED."
80
crashed,
is now in
Ue iui,
her ill health being
povdend, gnnutaMd
Sugars.
20 boxes White Havana Sugar,
1®) basrs Rio Coffee,
85 Strictly Prime Rio Coffee,
SO
4*
12 bbls New York Supar Loaf Syrup,
20 half htils No. 1 White Fish,
20 Trout,
26
44
*e know,
has hither­
to sustained an unblemished reput ition in coin
munitv, being that of a hard working, industrious
woman, in very straightened
Mackerel,
12 bids New York Mate prime DlM Appjw,
20 sacks prime Peacbes,
12 cases French Pnmea,
15 kegs
i4
75 Vvo.\e l,armayra und llalaga R. Rtetas,
50 k^-gs pure Soda,
50 boxes Claret Wine,
2o baskets Champagne.
2. J, B. TAYLOE k CO,
JOHN H, (.EAR & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
5h Main Strtrt, Burlington, Jmra.
Have in store and to arrive a larpe and well selected stoelt
of (roods, which they offer to the trade at wholesale, at the
market rates. jan. 2.
I 1ST OK LETTERS RE3JAIMXU
iu the Post Office at Burlingtou. Iowa, December
31, l?5b.
lluffhes W Parker Joalah
et-erjr hooot phj-
who baa IrVH the frnmin* Ktsrtrie fMI.
proaqtt aad
the Baqk.
c»f a
Mort than iJouble the o'
Patath.
Reed IsauC
Bobinstn RoMtt
Itankin U
Robinson OtC $
Kce.-e AnMa
K
Carpenter Miss
Cade Harry
Case Muuatoa
Cliupin II
Cole II W
Caihoun EH
Cox Mrs men
Calkins K
Duval James
Dowel
Drvlln Capt U
Davis Davkt
Du kuorth Miss
Kaler Mrs Seles* ^leftcr
Kaine Maty fiprajni
Keith FFI
Kniesitii JekB
Lamme \\'tt
Lawton W W 2»
Lowe A Co
Lahey Mi^s £Uen
Lacomp John
Lot-i»eae)i Eden
n
Kdwln A 2
Ptabjcr John
Hnnnori* Jonathan
8tapUt'u
Jamex
Wade .Mrs f.^arima
^tricknrr John
frater K
MubblcJield W
Miniths,
?tuii!i pinion
Tre«e!t Benjamin
Tnlvd-i-i Mathias
ry JaniesThMent II
Dt lasbiuutt Mathia^ N V
D«'ltoii rah M"))tjron!efy N»pQ»Y»udike Wat
Dnmon W Icon Vaughn Thocafts
Ar­
m.
ar
7:i«l f. ,M. Snspen-ion llridpe or
4:(HI
a.atm.
V* Miller Wm Of
ttnffalo
:i iMI j. 111. New
York
Fojep? Mis* Fanny Miller Wm Wolf W
Fre^ite Alfred )lo!-ntun lavid Webster Alpheua
Fidi John Slurry Mr- Anne M\Vi»-»d-» Mia Kva
Filley Albert Martin Absalom line A
Forrest Jobs S Mapes Mrs Mary EWherret J. hn
M-.irns S Whilinor.' Cha«
(iibson la\id Mul^ueen John Wilson \lrs Mary
(.Saliaber John Mix Mr- Jsibeth 11 W«.If Henry
firennan Patrk-k Montg.uuery An- William-' V
lin Amos
Trunk
liailway,
Klnirnton, H^-ii- r.1 i- .J, yut-l.cc,
cl-mns,
In Canada Kasi,
2 lirek* Korriiin Let*
N 2 Mac
Oust
tial gher Mtes Ca- O
therine Orr Mrs I.
Gates Miss Syntha
p»ru
and bake
Ilm-on
dlwav, for
lPtJTnlo
and
to
and all
poiDts
Nortltern
Vermont, Sew Hampshire and
cheeked through.
Throiurh tickets
Plehin Patrick
Hunter II ugh Perkins Aianson
Hoffman Pinker A: EJwards
Heckeltborn Miss Pe»-i K W George
proffera
bcart]-
nf
t-otlmotrr. Br.
tlu-uldmt
and
aaoat aaalthv- cWaena nf
Kanm City,
Ac, far.
«ur«il
tally
In
half a lajr. Alas read
Mo..
Some two
wUi rf tbe hreaat,
for arreral
caarn.whnraaed.
The
aorowaa
Elw-trk- 08,
and waa prrf-»
(Ind
which,
lajn,wibtailinflammation
aad
awclBnf
1
THE WB.VK, TIIK SKI!/Ol'S, TIIE PAttAI.V
TK', THE l»KAF AND THE HHEl MATH'
F1.V «o SmitVi OU,
aa a
win1' 'ertinplaiiit?. fto., iln nliirli uumm It 1# .nfulMilr I
On bonis, it puta the patient
Irritgiini: U
or tinrn of
a
tW. DRINK SO COrFKK.
Da.
SmitrV RLEcraic
IMi
Iwfori-
known
r-
medy.
Da. Smith'*
Emmie On.
rare*Salt
Da.
•tancra.
Da.
Smith's
GLKCtatc On. is
for
drarneaa,
in New York,and
Dr.
orrl. rs, like gathering bre:i.-t, and
Teacherof
IriHmiimatory
ri.ciMi lmtiTATiim,
LuiaaoB
•A Hmpleandtl^gantyxmbinaHonfof CocoBg,
suffering
of
eiif^eUU-1
for eale by Dr.
youth.
W. 11 M0FPAT,
Br*adway,
New York, and by ail
SOOTHING SYItilP,
For Children Teething,
Which
greatly fat-Hitate* the process teething, hy
•oftenlne the gums, reducing
all
allay
and
4thle
Th'-s
For making Soap without llu?, with lits"e troob'S aid
*t trifiiog e pease. The ch^stptjut urticl erer discov
ered for ihe p: r^Mj»e. One pouctu will make twelve or
lirtt»en (pallo.sfl of jrnnrt ft doaj, or nla-. ouuda Hard
Soap. Prltster* will find it superior an' K for clt-ari
in* type. It l« perfectly soluble and fret* from Impure
tie*.
Hrcken In small lurnpe and nut up io 1,2,4 aad 6 2
cans.
Manufactured ml th* Challenge CH n.v-1 W'orka,
Brooklyn, an sold bj K. it UURKKK CO.
ocS-dftwljid 161 i^arl sti c-jt, Vc«r Vork
t.HdU'i llradl—It la a compliment to I)a. 5»ith
tbd\ every honest physicUo, who h» tried lit genni%*
Kwtric Oil, proff' the no»t protuptj^^d hearty te««
tiaaony. Dr. Lykeus, one of the oldest «r:d e.tat weal*
thy citizenV nf Kan*a* i l!y, Vrceid^r!t ol ».* e l-ank,
A E N I E
T'iir
A. 3. MKSmmER,
Coun'
NoTemb^r 18,'^, »ne Re(»
Cow,
ytar« old, both horns
about seven
bro
e If,
0*e
no far
marks
Dark Brown
or
brand.
Cow,
about
five years o!d,
marks or bran
I*
Jtfetice of the Peace
Filed December
no ear
a white
stripe
on right MUlsck
the shoulder. Appraised at
of
1*8—before P. K.
Harris,
7, 1859.
4ecl7 w£nB
A. J. MESSENGER,
Clerk County Court,
lu-
Uectmbcr 16,1?59.
BYissued
VIUTI'F. of an execution to »ue directed,
out of the office of the Clerk of th* District
Court for said coui.tv, in favor cf
against James Morun. Amanda Morau, William M.
Moran, and Milch* Moran, 1 have levied iv on nnd will
spase to sale to the b'.ftl.est bidder at ray office door
in said county Des Moines, on the 'il ot Jatiu«
ary next, A. If^» between th^ hours ef'y oVloek,
A. M. anr* 4 o'c'. ca P. M.of said day, thefo.lowing des
cribed property, to wii:
will
WE ARE BOrm TO 8ELL,
All of the S^uth Went quarter of Section No Kijtht,
Townihip No *eremy-»oe. North if Range Pour. West,
excepting ten acres, lying in a square in the North Ka*t
corner of said quarter sect on
Also ib«£ou'h West quarter of the South East quar
ter of Section Sight, Township HtVenty one. North
Raftge Foqr, Wast, containing \n all one hundred and
ninety acres, more or leas, in Moines County, Iowa
tight)
to some
would he a trwwnre, I
I mu« tfM-irforr eudenvor
th^ i»!ac*vknown,own''
to
Taken and levied u)»on ae the property of said James
Moran, Amanda Moran, Will am 1. Moran and il .lcha
Morsn. to satisfy said writ of execution.
.ndersigned have pnrclia'«( tlic ri«bt of
maTiutarturlrp and
u-ir.g thrci.yi
tbe coulter
Asa
Meh-ter, and
rPHr
anlbplud cnarss in botiblc Xalrj
l*A,tl**
Book-B^plBf, Penmanship, Commercial
°«"»,rcl»1 OorrtspoodwiM, Me., *c,
V^icoarHof lottraetloB is Ui* atotteoapfwhend**
to practice as to
tvtry potilbla eotUbftBci
lo
btttlnw.
S^^aoqJi^wuh"
om ilie ttaie of
Knbiiins k Morrisou' Pment Li tchi-ijr Msrhine.
It »rtvi»ntiigt!
OT
oihe machine* ar s 'foilows:
1st. he le»tu it made in two pieces. «nit- logeiher
by a hlni?e joint that adiilts of the twiijurts moTin«
bori«o:itai|y in either direction tils htaged joint Is
cnntrol ed i-j two bo* bt:Ces crossing j,.im and
bnltcil to th!? two pcli of r,e beam, and i: roujh th.:«e
braces and into th^ team pass a screw .haft, for the
purpose of chancing the direction of t:. team, and
coti.-enuer.tly the plow or mole, the beat.i havlnp Ibe
joint enables it to make the ditch prrlect on a curve.
ill. To the hind e oi the beam is Brucly attached a
drsp h*r, on the front end of which is ert. :e I a frame
through this the beam passes, and is raise.! or lowered
as occasion may requir.-, cutting deep cr shallow to
sait the grade
•'Id. The catter to which the mole i? fisti: is rigid
ly screwet to the heain, ti e front e-ltf'- sii ,r|\!he rear
•d«e rounded,si as to av«.i I (rlelt«n. Th- mole Is so
attached lo the cutter aa that it. renr port on shall
behiint the cutter, and c» shlerabljr eM«r cl therefor
tbe purpose of smoothing and closing the i u made by
J. M. KolUNSON.
Miliilletown, lies Moines Coc ur.lowa,
The undersigned, Farmeit of Des Mcir.cs .uuiy, hart
seen iri cperatlon and tested the ,i. ol It.#
Ditching Ms'-l.iiie patented by Kohlous ^lorrison
and uow u»ed o«n«tl by J-wt-ph 4. Uobtnson, of
Miiidietovn, Des Moines c-.unty Ion*, i, ,1 are ««il
JOll.V I VA i*,
mis. Iv?.•,
K. W. IV o,
thomah
JWMS 0LAKk.WAT
,.ctn-jr8m JOUM rtORa tU.
Ilotlce.
foBoWtef Oacds, U ar«s and ^len-hamil-e are
A now lu Store la tbe Warehouse of Messrs FKaU
A HAGAK, in the City uf Burlington anil State of Iowa
and have been lor mora that) six mouths part and un
WtUed for and anelaloiad by any person or Persons
I. therefore -hall oiler the same at t-ubli, Aacnon
Wld Warehouse onBATUMUAY the £l.t .lay of Decern
if*'"dall
eo°t,ntte
uotn Uiey are disposed of, to the highest I,'I,.,.,
dafray all expenses Incurred upon them. It ciudlng'tbo
advertising «.f the same, anlesi claimed and all ch
paid befere said day of aale. to wit cbarga,
Dates. Marks. Drscrlptlos,«. fh*e«..
jSSr*
1% i MiiV,"*'"' \i
M*tS tttwtw
*—Taujhl it tb« latest sod most
approved principles.
%f£m•r"V,,r"Srwin,noilsof»the
i!.1L, eclwwa-Wlll
5j!
n
t«f|T«
abe»l
members of tba
*000
for
P»g»Wia-Cairth«
DRV an
seal of
'i UK KIW YORK TRIBUNE.j|0
THK TRIBCSI—nnw am Iku algMaan jimi
anit baring orrra quarter
Dr. Sarith'a Kluvfri^ OH
ttu.«,
from th«
kn«»maphyddan Id Wentpnrt, Mo.:
Wimport,
Mar 11,1 «t».
jp«nago,
a lady
ot million
what
uf
tMa place waa, alter
Prog
rex
n( an
that in httlf an honr
aad ot
«W umnl r*mtvtlt* In auch
aa a«
whalertf
xny mm
hail waa Indue.*!towaa
pleancd,
tlic
Nnnw
aiiplicntlun,
all the
and awdtag had entiret*) mlrtilrt.
i. 0. IIOOUUH, M. D., Bruggbt.
will
on
the
topic,
of
larga eorpa of the
Congre*£
jhtIIIkI ship In
arvlum Tl» latll««
and
-tuirtly
to
rifep,
while nothing
iuanlfe*tcl, nor
dora In
•kin
tbe
least
Wain the
delicate ti'.!-'lit.
Large liottlea ten lhnr-tlierhea|eit.
and
•welUnit. JHJURV.M A IILO.?, i
i«ni'b|^ro_ E.K.UAV, Z
0. roiH roLDs.
Mu»ic,£uUiem
1
Geu.'r* Utrktli,
Si*tM.s,and
Klfectioft
it
I
cbitib, Wii'ioriaa
Kew^le
vig in
Collere.
"Great benefit when bejore and -Jter preach
ing, ae thfy prevent ir.vne*#. Fr* ui th
think they \c%U be impermanent udwtnt'igeto
me." Uer. K Kowi.t r, A. M.,
President
ev» ry
at the
one
part
uf
to
low­
of the-offer
larfrert
most
re
Ac.
labiy
and
Two
)r O F.
"fliiw proud utremely tterrictahU ,ri Hoaaaa
nn."
Iter. Hinky
One Copy, one year,
proprietor,
8S5
Druggists.
aori-Jawly
MRS. winslow,
An experienced Nurse and Female i*h)'s cian, preoentr
to the attention of inothere !..r
Three Copies, one
Fire
Twenty Cop!?*,
the
aneVthe
most
EXPKKI 1.NC ED s i K1LLKUL
in
New Knglaiid, *und
has
and gives tone and energy
y
wheth"T it arises from
er
child and the
to
and any larger number,at
Inf n ation—will
ALL PAIM and spasmodic
actlot
»nd la
i-URE TO KSQVhATK TUB BCWKl^.
Depend upon it, mothers,
It
will gler rest to yow»
•tfTes,
RKLIKF 4ND HEALTH TO YOCIt IN PANTS.
We have pat up and sold
artlc e oyer tea
year-, and cak *at, is coy rtDmci .*m» Tarra of It,
what we have n«'ver been "able to i .v any other
tnediHne—MEVRH fl.%8 IT FAlLKt». IN A SIN
GLE INSTANCE, TO KF FKCT A
In terms of highest conimendr. iW.ii ol its ma
fflcal and mcJieal vinut^. in
a!wayscash in advance.
this
matter what w* i»o asiiW," after ten years1
experience, and rLXDoa^oca asrcTAir a ma tub
rrr.riL**T or what w« dkci^hj- In a?m *t
every instance where the infant is *s £T ring fro®
pain and exh&ustfon, ie ""lief will bt t,.-.:\d in ten oi
fifteen minaten after the Jsyrup is a.ino: i-tered.
valu&ole )rep^ra ii»
#»xpeiu*e ostablf»i the validity
H-ripti^n of
been used
with
•rrmt failing 9cccb'c in]
T»Kl'SAND8 *0F CASBf.
Itnot ouiy relieves the* child from in, but In*
•Igorates ihe stoinath .nd hnwela, C^ rrccU
to the wl ol« sjrfttllB. I
will almost instantly re l^ve
(iKiPING IN TIIE. HOWRLS, AND
WIND COLIC,
and which if not
e^iedovercomeconvulsions,
end in death. We
^ee^ily rem*
believe
i
cases
relief i .*
of
DYSENTERY AND D1AK K1HXA IN nffLDhfN\
n
re*aU* if this improvement, which, it is ocrifi l-riH.v
believed will wirk an entire reroiution iu the sj'»ieui
of farmlog the wet or tlal landi of Iowa. This J!a
chlua by reason of list simplicity and ihe cheapness
and entire ftRsibjl.ty of In management, with the fjet
that the e*?t t. a tuaclilrte coa:es wahin li.e mean* of
almost auy
tar rer
in
Jfcc.#*
s»yl)-. Sinith's Electric Oil currd a l»«iv tail
4^y. Also read this, from the best knovn P.i V^iOiAN
In Wotport, Mo.:
Wesfprt,
Some tiro years Ago, a ladr of tMs pl «j afrer
coufliiti:.nit, attacked wlUiititliiU.maUoti ih*i breast,
which, for-everal day*, r«slp?e) nil the "ti r*r
hi stich *h*es Tbe »ore»a^ und ^u-tllii whs mt bad
as any caee 1 hftd wltues*ed. I indu try Dr.
Smith's gtoniiii tJ/ctric Oil, and |i^r: -cily a^-n
lshed md pU-ajwd^o find thit ia half an K*nr after ihe
api'Hr-Rtu.n, all the eoretuts aid twel-iD|- had entirely
tub&idzd.
haviug either
will j^ay
the cot
ih»tr
of
in aay
U pro fol lu teiiig
the
ottered to
the
be* !the
ea?e
of
a
County,
With it
the
The Weak, the Nervous, the rutgUc, tht Dtaj
and the Hhcntuatie,
K* to SMrtH'P Oil,, aa p-r-.t'ed i.'.p Ir. ju r,:i to a
!i'f n'vliini II,* i.fdits i t'l !l us Off' uUr rtfiri
fnr fi'.l ii.iiunimHtorv prii^.s, (lailiert'rt wo'-ind*,
s-tto, •oiu' compiai.w,eic.,0o *hic!i c*?c ii Is infalli.
ble On burns. It puis tl.e pttient qaictiy t. sleep, while
nothing lrril*Unir l» nai.nrsird. i nr iloes it In tbe least
Cain the ekiu orlintfn of ilel.cat li'fsat
SSF'l.a'ge In "'••sltD iimfs tha cbeap:'Jt. Cse by
direutiun«. DHi.Mi Mi OFFICE.
1r Smith's fLKCTRiR O.l 1ms cured cues of
F»r*lytia than any before known remnly.
I)a. SK.Tii'-t
Williaiii Wuin*
Tli.Hiia- Sanderson
Jabt\ Mi-.hon
Swvdr LstttM
John PetT?0Q
JAIUI Jcii*oit
(nitiala
Euctsio I.'il
rea'ih i'f fros«*,
cures Kail la on*
Wt*t k.
tm, f-JiTd's KI.sctric
O
cur.s Piles U n.c.»t all in-
starici1.^.
1)h si'fh'd Vivctkic :l irt the or ly re': ibie reir edy
for r'*fni's, and h^B curt'l many oieesof ding
In Ne«- Vn V, Phlltdrlphia, sn«1 eUfwhere.
fa
SMITH'S OIL
is magical o» *llp*lrfi 1 dis­
order., li to i,» tliered HreaM, Fel.r.s, «nd I'.fimn ate if
Swelling. PQUlfir.S A bLOSfl,
K. K. SiY,
__ anf25-bpte rtots
lion BINS & OKIUSOiVS
It
p%riorius
tiie
VTOW IS fna Tiaa TO snasORfML I "TTie markct hag been ictive, but mo*Uvt Aoctioo.
t^e
Old
of »uh«ertt«r»,'
nr constaat purcha»*r», diffoacd tbroagh tletj
and
Territory of our
ITnloa—»HI eontino.
cat Bept. 15.
la
11 Ka' bc«n-tli»
eaMac*
earnrit
coo-
ciitaipioo ot Lfitrt/,
cosdaoe
growth to
Dr
Ylrtaa,
Snihh'ii Keaaine
'l a«l-tryshrl.hadl
to oar national
livda»try.
Hf.
Tfce Mew Vwk Dally Trlfcaat
to
»iirr
printed
on
a
larfe Impaiial nheet,
uow
brou
EmvMr.. Pra^ar-
and
err mora'ag and
pabllrbfd
art-
erenlnjt (Bnndajfi
tain*
Xdltoiial*
«*crjttd). It con­
the times, employing a
bert
new»pap*r writer* of
Domntlo
aed Foreign
Reports
a worm to aafc
aeek
U -in Hie tttnier (•«*rt
hiflsmmator}
paint,
for all
gathi rliitt hreairts, wiiim«l«, jwrt-*,
meet the wauU of the
On. ax cured more cane* of paia-
than any
Rheua hi
Smith's ELicraic
one week.
Oil cures
PUea
the only reliable remedy
has cured
i.iany c»».^
standing
Philadetphia, mid cleevhere.
f-HiTB'a Klictkic On. ia msptal
tbedayv
Correspondence Procetdlng*
of
of
tfctures
Cltj Newt
We elrlre
l"« b.v direc-
C&tOe, Horia
Prodace Market* Rerlew» of Books Llterarjr In-
te ll(enc»
P»p«r« on Mrcli»nlc« acd
the Art»,
4c., ic.
make TUB TKIBI'SE
a
n*tf*p0ptr to
pubiio—lta
all the
Edi'oria'r
Telegraphic newa
alone totting orer |19,)V0 per annum. 1
TERMS:
TBE DAILY TRIBUNE I*
mailed
per
annma, in
in moat all
to aubtefflMM
advance IS
fai-The
for
ill aombt. 1
York Si-ml-Weekly 'i'rlkaa«
li publittied (Iir T.ivwl*j
of
lonjf
and Friday, and contain*
ff the
on all painful di«-
Oallj,
with the
Cm
tie, Uor*e,
reported
THE TKIHUNE
during t^ie iiesflona
mury
IIoause: less
I*
ipeeche*
or any
be
We
Copiee,
Tbe
+ir part
Athens Colit ife,
8old by all
Tenn.
Prugfi-t
at
2o cents
hex.
Als", Biinws'a t.At^TiVK Ta^HjitKi.
or
thutit' /.oe-
for lnH{7f*tun,
the system,
before
^r^anJc
enable
incredible
nature
efforts for the
destruction
very short
pains In
complete
stocks of Staple and Fancy Groceries,and
exprtMlf
khall,
one year,
Fire Copies one year,
IskikL'.w,
Boaton.
Ten
Co, ie«,
lo
W^kk BKiccaaa.
"/reconmeiMf Vntr v*e to Pmuc S1'I*kkk8."
Rer. E. H. HiPiS,
New York.
"Jtott talulary rtleif in Hkoscmtis."
tier.S.
SEKirair.K, Slvirvltlown. Ob'a.
Benefitdal whtn comjwiM to rjtttil, nuffi ring front
«M.d
Her.
P. Amjew^k,
St
Prof.
LouU.
*\Efecttntl in removing Umr*fn*** tind frritation
of the Throat\eo common ,tnd ^i.vasaa."
M.STAU1 JOHNSON,!
a
for
Foreian and
OomeMIc
Corre»pondence 250
of Congress it contain* a
of
ConrrrMlnnal
heretnfore, make
W^CKI Y TRIBUNE
Ttmwt V l°KK!.
tbe
lljtCEIKC I'OrtiK iu ('OXSCMPTIOS. B»n*-
new.piiper, «ul we a
Coi'Gii, A»tu»*, Cji-
TianH, KKLlEVfD
,\i-» York \V«kl» Tribune,
a
laige
eight
page paper for tba roantry. Is published
every Saturday, aud contain*
in'.tnd,
expul^it u
begin* It K thaslhatlna
spare
of time
ih*y
Iditorlalson
and rrlisMe Political,
Cojistij' iiutn, Head-
aein' BUiouB AjfectUm** fo. i vi4-hpt»in
Vegetable Life Pills mtd Phce .ix Bitter*
IJl I iW ti 1*^ A.N8\H
Newspaper
eurp colds, -ojaths
matism, tl*tuleace,
to the trade,
th«
nerroas disorders
stoma h, rho ic and
in
entirely neir au1
sll
their forms.
rior excellence
Is in
affections of
Cattle Market
offict
attewUh nit pretenti"? any
V^tiori, O" ••ecupT jig
ii fht.uld
Ht.il
believe
dju-j.et
eijual.y
The drains made by thia Machine are large enough
for aii practical purposes, far enough be?ow the surface
to Khtw«Dd the re uh cf froct %t.d permlt the ground
ahore I'.rni to be cui iv.ited w.thout file clUhteat dan
ger of ti jury t» th- drains We are convinced that
they are al^o r«rm«iui.t and Jurahie iconic of the
drains lo this County were made whh this machine
more
tuan
twoynnio ajo, arjd ad of them remain in as
perfect a condi ion hs they were when they Were ffru
made In ihintus and elsewhere they have been lu u*e
a much longer v.me.witn the snme result.
Ann her verj Kr at advantare to be derived from
thiwrrodeof dr^Ti.ng, and u: which every fanner wi.l
recog-'ii aa of th*- highest importance, the .constant
suppiy of pure «tock water which ihese drams furnieh at
the.r -wlet*, Summer atd Winter. '1 his aione, iu nu^t
•ocai'tu s, if not ail, la worth lafcoileiy rncra than the
opt of drainage-n
We th*rr!uire must ordi»lly recommenil lh« thovt
named Mitrhine to the farro»ri of this Ci unty »nl ot the
Bit«v, wnh enxSre ennflilcui-« thrtt wherevrr trlei It will
perform all th lt» owners claim for it, »mi mult In
permanent and luting beatOu to all on rrn. d.
Mcfl's OvGl'COAt.®,
inm-
dolngi. with the more Important
THE SEHI-
a Literary,a) well a* a Political
e
by BROWNS
HI'.oSitRIAI. TROCHE.',
determined that tt
In the front rank of
or
Miall
remain
Family
CocoH
paptM.
One Copy, one year,
$$00
IM
11 36
one aadrtta, 90 00
Ten copies, or over,
t'i 2u
to addrtm tf tack mibtcriber,
each.
Any person tending on a club of twenty, or orer,wll
be entitled to an extra copy. Foi a club of Bfly, w«
will send The Daily Tribune one year.
THE SK.MI-WttKLV TRIBUNE
men at
is
s-nt
(2
per
tbe Impor­
tant topics of the time*, the news of ihe Wefk, Interest
ing correspondence from all
i
York Ca'il
arts of the world, the New
•,
Horse,and Pro«*nre Market', interesting
Jlechanical,
VVa
the of
hfe
and
Agrlcoltural
ticle-, Paper*on Cookery, 4c., 4c.
which,
published
rheu-
K-p al
f2 00
rear, & U0
Copies
one year,
Ten Copie«, one year,
8 00
li (HI
one
kiiJ
addrt**, 80 CO
any larger number
fl
each.
Twenty Copies, lo
a'ldrtt* of tach fw&MrttW, 24 CO
ft 20
enctu
Any person
reading uj a rlub
will be entitled to an
of Twenty, or more,
»*tra
we will send th*
copy. For a club of forty
Feml-Weekly
Tribune, and for
a
clab
of one hundrad The Dail? Tribune will be
wit
gratis.
We cont'nue to lend the Weekly Tribune to Clergymen
tor 1.
Subscription*
I
to
d^clfi-Stei.w
Ct
KK, when
iiciely u^el. Nevtr did^wc know at* instance of
dissatisfiiction by tny one wh.#n^fd it. On the con
trary, nil are d-ligiited with Its opfiitious, and
S'reacfZcctA
make
letters must he addressed
To All to Whom it Hay Concern.
I\n
A.*t
the inventor of
anew
ol my pati-nt
Jjoir
a part of
I
claim
a*
ray
cylinrlrical
jne may
teething, :r"iu
cause. We would
very n
w:i!
SOLUTELY ifUKE—to
iDWutlori
scouring device,what
screw, in
acidity
screens placcd
claim
'.er
a child suffering from any
l»e aCnfe— yes, AB­
fol #lo» the
Ui v
of this
Cine, timely used. Full directions oslr^c \.a
accompany e»rh bottle. None jrenp'u.e BDkv
fac.slniiie of CURTIS A^PEK&INS, ^ew for
on the outside wrapper*
Sold by Druggist* throa
g'.
out the
w^rld.
Principal Office,
No. 19
Cedir Sl., New
Sold in Chicago,by BOLL1C8, SMITH A
faaT^plydi*
SAPONIFIE
OR
I». V V. ASH.
cngth t.f Ordinary
Is the
formed *f the
Center MtacheiJ
to the
combination
with the scou
plate ana cylinder, of a
fcricp
of
ring®
one over the other.tormed
In
placed
I futther
claim the
aiijuMihlt
the chamber, and Arranged roM
with
(aD,wherfby
irrair,the
m.iy,
machine separately,
therefrom with th^
it
m^ht
ve!y
the
iheis ntid
iigh r«nd inferior
when of sufficient value, discharge froia
the
und in
worlh't'3*,
a '-lean *tate,
Hli!we!
or, when
ti« intfi th« fan box tn be fjecttd
t.ner aud
ir»d
0Cas«t aaitKnT is tub wojan, in aU
lighter iu
Chin
eigu
Is a part
of
^ui^tauces.
whrit 1
claim n
patent. The above
the my
notice
wilt,1ho|etbeanttnary
»ufBcisnttoth%t
ignorance
any
ink­
say Kto
wh*»
^of
the f«-r
plaint«—no
oln^ ms-
s«t Lkt iocab rw&jrMCKS. :.« th.
cttc^c or oihsrf, ,J fhtiweea
y«mra
of ray rlfht.
A wnnj
to
the wise t® tuflici'*Qt
\|tr -.v-i k. wonnwun
I TO THE FARMERS OF IOWA
Improve your Waste Land*.
l/rlfl-
have purchased
Invito!
200 Men's Casinett Business CoaUy
500 Men's Woolen Undershirts,
200 doz. Men's Wool Hose
Mind. tJao FlaOo
Bwlingtoa, Ooi. 1, I860.
to Clergy­
anauin.
t«ra'i£e, Ua.
THE I3EST
MANUFACTURED CLOTHING
in the State,
•TOE
PALL & WINTER.
ar­
shall, during this year,aa heretofore, constantly
labor
to Improvethequsli
y
and
of the Inst rue.Ireenlertain-
mentslI.rdeilhylllK WEEKLY T1UHWE,

we
s al! coi.Un«« to be the best
of disease
kn^i y
Weekly
in the world. We
oiuidtr
the

rickly
raisers a year's
Bs:t
tlic M"mach, In
woith
I* OMtb
subicription
their supe­
fe
prka.
TSRM»:
We have now ready for sale, the!
lel
Clothing. Gentlemen s Fumiihing and
greatly to your iu teres to
*tf£G«,&SB OJT nSm
Wo purchase all l'iece Goods at
tne lowest Cash prices.
Ist.
may commence at any time. Terms
3d.
HO ALE GKEELEV A CO.,
Tribune Bnild s.Sassau
st,
New York.
and useful
a e certain
uit
or
improTewi—•
MiiJ'hinci, »*lsJ cli riphl wa .^n.-«kl
o
l«iitrs |vaiecv, ^e»riuK tlat« 2uth
ir.c by
Oct., there
}:urtu's manufacturiiig dui' l.inei nr.d asmg
my
lmproTffii»t»ntp.
This
Is
to notify ail persons who
vend said toapro^femetitr., thftl
each
&uti every
apftnMW*
Tor all such
will hold
person, who Infringes my
rights,
All our Clothing is manufactured
expressly for Cc.-tom wear, un
der the superintendence oi' Mr.
B. W'illner, at our manufactory
No. 177, East Water street,
ISiilwaukie, Wisconsin.
3d. Selling to none but for Cash, we
make no bad debts, therefore
\YEC\N AND WILL SELL
re-
inlrln^enients, and
will at their
YOU AT LOWER PHICES.
4th. AND VEEY IMPORTANT.
This is the only firm in Burling
ton that manufactures ALL
their Clothing.
(ir:* I\ i IIIN Clt*
CALL & EXAMINE OUR STOCK
for your own e.-pecial benefit.
We love to show our good* because
they win.
A. & B. WILLNER,
U V U 22
Jeffer«oa Street
Legal Notice
To Arthur Bruj. iarj Jmir Vr| mud
lV.
the
ght r.t' r..nnu ar:urirc a»d usiuir throughout
h«State of k KMKRso.N^
fttlicliftutr ^latiilnetH
I aed are now hiving a number ,1 Machines oiaiiufac*
tarsi at tU* place, whic'i nitl *e ready tor delivery
about the l»i of August. We are atao now running one
I of rt'l uiachiii oa llie t^arm of D. I AKK180N, six
itiDea west of the City of Bur'iitgtou, where the public
are respectfully
Ik.
liobllHUII,
ITyou
appearing by the r» turn of th (irop«r officer that
creie not louti-l In lie* Mntn^s "ourty In the
Pta'e of »wa, and by fidi'livit duly filnl In the I 1«.
tritt Court of «uM C- u:itj, that yuu arc ij.:a re-ilJent«
of the Sm-of l-"ra It n- tl *r?ui«'i! nr.)t-red by tht
salt] Court 'hat ».-riLt- J.creoT be ioa^« by iiubile&tlon.
Tlierefore
you
to examine the process •sod
are
on tile
h«reiy notified that there nsw
In
the office
oi tl.r Cletk ihe li'mtrict C-la
D--« M.ilnts Cnat.iy li.
Ji'-.-i itanjrs, ., cliiiyia*
Nir.c
hun
wc re*of:tfu
fow of
ditehea
M. W. UO..IN«ON,
1AV1D l.AK .IBOS,
WM. LAMUK.
N. —Machines furnished
and
»»mc
lfc»
lor
application
right lo u(« tlic
townstiiici
«ha«vJonCounties,
ed, by
or farm', can be pur-
the
most reasonable
terms of the
tco
th-.roao.
Ana cUtuaUis of im
M»-
givi-n
tLiet ^tatc, at.d that
maoUine oo any farm
th» u»e of
a
crib
and
or list lande,
pei
to rtfer & 1
who have had
the-
can
ly
person*
to
the pro^iineLt clliiieruJ o!
he
dug at an
undtrr-dra'low
n-
outward
o0«tac e
to
c'i tl-
any
p*rt
of
tlud uh^s icuiau
th* V, ill
open,
aud
how
In-da dUih
lonyt Wt
cxatn*
made ivu\ur
ago
chaiKlnf?
by i
J. O. BOGGS. SI. DragRUt.
upon Mr.
miles wept
Larr)#un*a
of
Burlintt u,
and f. un
It
just
as
whfn cut, the ground
b.- r.water
eHltivaiiou as
could
draintd
erfectly dry,and
ia aa
good condition lor
beiieiir.d.
We
«ee
no rcasou why
not emiinu^ to
perform itaJunction^
for v ar-t,
parchaa?ra
ofM^ci
lnes will
be
able to cat
pjood
by a few hours
8Woik:igli
em.
e\p.'riwire
in
O. 0. WiOUTMAX,
Co.
Jn4ge
& W A I) V VTL'u
W. CAftPENTKK,
JAMK^ W fiaiMKS
O. DUNHAM,
W. P. COOl.BAUGH,
i L.tLMAN,
P. 1 LARKS.
Tht u-der&tgned, Parsers of !nei covtity
Iowa,having severally teated the tl?chiii*r Machine ra
leated ny Marcus 4 Rner'ou, and uow u»ed and owned
by Sunder ian 1 k IIro of Burlington, Iowa, by hai
drains made with li.e aam* on our farm», we de«lr'
add our uTiiiiuny lo that of others wh» liave Tec
tnendt-i it s de«ti•.«.«! to become of the K^fia e^t p«^-..hie
beuitU t^ the farm.uf iiiJi-rt^t 01 this SUte and of tht
Went generally. Tlu- result of the experiments we have
mad**, aud the bcLefit we have derived
from
the use ol
he Macliin *, are bt-yon our moat sanguine expecta
tion?, Mid so Jar a» we have been able io learn, the
tame ha? ui 'he ere in other lucalities It has ena
bled u» to reclaim, aD insignificant cott, lirge por
tions of our farma whi'h had previously bctn totally
uuUilaMe aud worteTthab and render the^anie
as productive, it r.t»t more s than that whiuh we had
before considered our be* land.
undenltn-
juMrt.-sed
to
WM. SUMJK8I.ANH li i i'g,
Buriingtoii.lowa.
aagl'2-*tf
lll'VAI, II VAX .* I.OTI l:I{ f,
1
satisfied It is just the thii.f for rer ,.iml- wetland
now iiM-letB foi want of ilra nape 't p-rlo m« its woik I
satislactoriiy, at a very liisitmttenni cost, a-d we be- I
lieve e ditches uiad_ by It mil re.ii.iin pouiauentaad I
continue to drain the land* where they urt cm ,or I
years. The ditches cut by this machine are large
enough for ail practical »-uiposes, belrw the reach of
frost, anil without di.turbiun tbe sbrlace It tUo, lu
draining wet lauds, affords a supply of gc 1 stock «a
ter. He ur.hesitatingly reccmiiKttd Kobl ns 4 Mor.
rison's I'Hciiiog Mrthine as a raiuabl anil Irnportatit
Iniproeement, and dacldodiy tbe best uaehine of the
kind that ha* fallen aoder our rotlce.
l». FAKSEe?,
jawfe. Maf'OT,
THE
NEXT ORDINARY WRAWISi} Ol the Royal 1U
var-a l.*-Urry ctindacttd by the Hnauijh Qowttu*
•*Bt,«i-der Iht-.-uKry.si,..., or the Captaiu Ctt-oeraUf
Cuba, will lake pla.e at lUrana on
'lliiirstlu,. JauiiHry 5, IS GO.
$ 3 6 0 0 0 0
SORTED Nl'MKKO t".(IRDIXAUIO.
si. ficixr Moooyy:
5 5»,0.0i W 600
I 2 8",«Klllt*
i
"!»KI.(
K)0
1
A
lll, I
Ippmitmatlonj to t!w •W0,(V'to of *«M *Mh
•O i-1 4 »f I Wilt., fsl.'NU Offi«0 to
n,
lit.w tokctsi s.'o U.tl
i mmf
®r |4I
Wl'.llJl
o'.-lot
ves
iil
|t
n
COOK
the tale f, onfday to Ati
tm 68
M. H. WISTON.
Waatedl
40 O CJKEKM HlltKI,
for Wlilelithe hlfbeet Market Prlee will ».» paid by
*.«. HIIWKLL.
_Office and Wareheuee with f[il IIAfifth Na (a
Wate^twit, Barllaiioa, Uwa.
tin* rrv I *5. .'r tt iA' S
«. wt« 1
DM
mMOoUigiml NfeMflruli,mr4*d toaU|ri4Mia«
MUfttmliillMtt,
*x.-* *4t»s
Cf)
a txf*** «.* s$*\i -?t*S
li
SIO (htar-
ivr*
rr,** cached Rt i'yt it ut o p»jf vvi-t Qlaowaiii,
l»idw ..
k|| aolrent Uai.kjs
taken at pa1".
drawing will be forwarded at aoon ullMiiMlkl
All
orders ftr
8ehetu«a
or Tickets
nov .il-dawtr
& BAX1EK,
BMtskri-a and Dealer* In Ksckaal
LYM \N"ctJoK
JOHN N. BaXTEB, Burllntto#, leva.
COLLECTIONS made oo^fayorahle terase.
81(ht aod Time Kxchast* boo(ht and a*l4.
Interest allowed on time depoelta.
nl-tow
fefn.'i iU1V\t3r
C. W. SHEBFKT,
AT LAV asio BEII
i rrsjfotTS"4** a«icn
b|^y
NiTOIIV*
n IHOHBUNOJirjir«A!tll
Ml. riaasant Ktraai. oppoatta Iht OM
ritok Roa4l U«|»ol,adjolD!uf the Oil Mill, *iirlli»«tofc
Uwa. AlicnmnioB v«rk constantly on hMd.iBd Ai
Uj itt—»4 U
Tlic
^acljon Kooibs to nell their goods, »nd some heary
goods rating not ahove 60 p*r cent, of their \n voter, prirr."-—Xe» York I?.*
S O O E
Would aatiuoncc that he ha* availed himMlf of the above opporta0j»f'
w has one of the largest and best selected stock of Drj Good* th»t
aughl to thin city, which be i« prepared to
Offer at LOWER FIGUR$[
THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE.
100 pieces of Dress Plaids,
120 Fancy De Laines,
300 Heavy Caainetts,
500 Madder Prints,
350 pair Men's Heavy- Boole,
150 Boy's
700 Women's Shoes,
300 Women's fine Slippers
commencing
At
u
u
tt
tf
u
tt
I have a full line of Cloths, Cassimerea, Doeskins,'Hate, Cap*, HUr,kt»
Bed Comforts, Flannels, Hickorj-s, Checks, Gingham*, Print*, Muslin* and'jlj^i
9
o
II
A- B. WILLKJCn,
W». 28 Jeffertstu K(., llurliriKi.u,f»W«
(Opposite Coolbaugh Erooks bai.k ig Unuse.)
of
of
Arlhilr lray
the
ir».lJran I
:in
ol
ilcUnrt »s .imtlj il^i him
promissory note, wit'i
on a
ti-a
per
cei.t Intereat 1'er
s.l.l Arthur
y Jane iray h'«
-d u"t ',
«MortgaK*
r-»y
the.rvby convesiag
Ir the
tniir,wet
ary
nop stj-ou,
In
most
the
valuable
uittut evci
County
No.
t*u FariniQgcouniiunity
Ai evidence
to the John
fo! owing df.cribi-il .t al .wte,
ol
or ai.y
li'.-i
improve-
:.evtnty It i, (r_') NortJi
of
of
Jowa.
what
this
.Machine is
capable do'.ng
an i attending
tlie
R!|?ht
the
following c#»rtifl-
of
Ui'W »r of each ui 1 ^.'1
'oarrtil, fortnloat'd,
i e«
Moiats
f-'es1,
an ppirtunity ef wuriewicg
Mat hitje in ^ucLt.^&Iul (peiatiou.
Wut tit2 uiidc.fcigned, have tamiued one of Marcus
A En»t.rr'?n's Pateut j)Machines, owned by Win.
Suoderland A Bro., and b«*llev« it to be a valuable iiu
provemcnt. We saw it at work, and are satisfied that
should it be brought into general use it wii bricg under
cultivation, ata*mall ez^eu«e,a largearuouut ofwiste
latvd.
aod that
said CouDly'oo the
expense
cetd twenty ceuta per
not to
iod.
As tiie ditch
is
and a talf feet below the
made ihrce
•utiace.prv^nroed
to be
bi
'pilK ATTENTION vr VIU.UU, MILL OWNERS
Jl and ail interested, md to O Jordan'.
i'ATKXT XMI MA,MM AA/,
SSIAKA10lt
I UMB1SED.
^\e claim for this Machine that It Is superior all
others now lu usse and fully warrant la all ca«eau fir
farther particulars address
&£lTa, KOMXgOK k CO.,
aeptl wit Manufacturers Agtatf.
Miln ^ffvt.BurlitigtoriTle'W*.
IJITV SAVI O.
Burliagtoa and Missouri JBLivcr Eail
road.
tOMH tti lawn,
AV 0\ /.( !, /X Willi THE
CHICAGO, ill RUMiTilN AND QUINCY
Railroad,
Shortest, U-i. i.est. aud Bot Route
IU CHIRAC) N K VI i ih K, It-' i^, I'llLAllKL-
BAI.iiMl.r.K KWKU.,, M,
LOUIS AND CINCINNATI, AMI' TO
Points in iLUVyis, imuaxa j:
ClllO IX, (it-!) A ti I'AN.^JIA.
Oband
aft-.-r a^uji 1j t'Au OAlUi THAWf win
leare and arr.v. follows
tai«* ortcuwj.i
4 o'cl. k A M.
1:8#
p.
U
nTiri'o
U).SLV",.1r"itifS
vrJ. ^1...
Qu!nc»
Paasengers Irom u rn artd Wsnttrs k«
Ofeicaifo twelve Imra
fthead of My oiher roote.
BUY
rom jvAAwr/j num no cm
Te Mtipptrw ®t t.lv. Stock.
«oeklratt,*«,',
r.w
r.-*alai ly. l«aYSntr da.lr.Hunday
li "aht*
a*oldiiail tf.o*« vexatious tK-lly*
cccurro,* on otln-r routta.
hfcW BTOCJt have iMeatatlt
on both
the
fiai
a»:t ... lb
litrougb rvatrafta ftren
«W'. h» f«rj}
aod
tl"'*
*«1,11 u lu
the act
CMcng Mi Nea Yotk
U S
vt
ta bo addroa-
JJU.N
i
SPRING GOODS.
annum
I
au I
wlf.-, th» foreciosare »f
a
by them to secure the payment of the
nH
The Earliest in Market!
ive des-
situate
)n««and
The
-late'of Iowa, to
His North Kastmiarter S4.vt:ca
uPeople's
wit:
ot
X«,Slttl*«»,
lit Town
HAS re'
of
Wett. And praying
Uang 1'our (4l
that
Kqu.iy ol R«dNo.
tnption
Ooods, whi
and
of y.iu
yhili forerer
and cut.
off Id
th
af '.r-«be preml-
urjleiis
you
app*.1
tion on or
and au»w*°ras:d
tld
tr
-f,-re
!e
peti­
ni" jf
of the
serond
of
day of Ihe
»Ue U.i.tr.rn!i
Coxrt
next
Unu
of
si a V,
firm .Mundty
abo
of
Julgou-nt wi 1
e cHlrncd,
/»nunry, lsiiO, a
be reud«r^d
tig ijst you
for
vhe anioaot
and
yr-ar
equities
e*«r
lo i-
aid
pre rijes I
barred, '.orachMet, an4 cot fr p.avi.l id
said petition. J. N. »l€MA\L't«,r
d^clfi tit Atlorr.ey for I'u utlff.
tx
»0RLJ'j
s'' ®j
2
*"L«rr 4.
Tw«n«f
orn?
1,00
90
45
4,50
3,50
50 worth if,
25 cts. r.
'8
[Qaiette copy,] Main
Chicago
Stf8(t
18
ill Furnishing
w. iM\ ri u
•ueiii
A to
I S 0 i
largest and most complete stock of or am* ^|l' &T
t.
Ever offered®ritorriSn.. jRourin^and Grist'BCh
Wc are enabled from the many ad- DUTCH ANKER B0I1IH0 ClfflJ
vantages that we possess, to make it Smut Mills and S. panitnr--,
irreatlv to vour interest to 1 SefiufitluM lcr W archoaaea,
[ILL FURMPIIIKG GEl£fiA^4
MILL
V"U4, /W'
frriff«tlA *ntl
4
r.ruM, *iym'
Beltings of aii kind.*,
lioiftin^ Fcrewsand^,
BnaDn»t',!*1 Perl?*. 1'ronf Sfiif
FAIRBANKS' SCALE),
FtthrifiUi f9rn
Pi"
trhtn ilimrfl, an.l the cnttrwt ef
ll'itfcr MiH* r.-nirnrf,-,! f„r mitre
STKAM BOIIFH9, ,w
The snbserlhers lttp| obtair-' \\t .,
*al" rf ^-'t^ain Kr«fine# fr'rtW*, fr-,*,
Manufactory of Gcnldmg, BafUy
Sewell,
Or WA-.KKr.-WN, x.
woul hurtle e att- itiou of run haoeri Ie lM(i
rior merits, ot »tylc, w rku-*. »l.tv at-4 $«wsn,j
their rery low prir, «. The tt IN 'r..- i.-1,
of Knglne and Boiler, topr.Iher with Heaur,
riteam Pipes, Cocks. Valves, Arch a.: t-r
'orat lele »t.d ready for o»t delHeri.: if!
t,.I
T' horse power, 'JOhorre tiewtr,
4751 Hi :n
1« 7*51 SKI 7
li scoots
it 1,11-0 I 4I» i'j,
aad lo Ilk* praiwrtion for la rpr site* as re^aM
Kvrry Kr.„rn- i furnl-t «ith
Jnil^en'a rntriti liovrrnar 1'alrr.
f"r Kiour MiU«, ttc rtC.i- t,y re ttiCtji tliar
s.iperior Io HI,.- -!.• siilf fl Urjrltr.n.il tlkjet
Save from 25 to 50 pec ce -t inFnt
Ov**r tl^ uMJat :*9» »oi». ti hi t,
•1 *11 kr-fp sri sMf'rfwvii! r.t *:.'ek it
ta^llshment where flier tray He.*a»nr^l andtiw^
eessary information nhttvmed rx- »tii-.:.i tL'.au C«
prtt-nt ntf n will, if desire i, te ?urrjijh*:: r- n *4
*t*ri -i4e« uuy part ut iJ ecoamr/. Heat*
"uppiy
Water Wheels, Shaftiue, Geariar 11
ATVKIlT I...W ir.l'Kh,
I. \l. liAMIIIift.
Mill Pornlshfnr Dei»*.t. W«i ttaur tfreet.
Knn lolph aod Madiooc, Ctdraso.
CTF. O. Addre»», Lei Sv.tU
tart
of
v*!»'»!«
!.'*•». Ihs I'et'l:on
/Store"
•iTfisi lta e*?i
as u* al,
#sr?f
LOW CASH RATES.
Tfca aartMslgual e(m aafera
anty,
In
Ihe
tfttiio ofl^wa, tobti b*'Kun and ho!«vn &t Kuriiiietrn In
Mel
inlet Kelts
A S I V E S
r.
who wlah anything in the Hue of
STAPLE OR FANCY GOODS
YANKKK NOTION'S,
CALICO KS.
silk (iiuins,
DR HEiiH-i,
CllAI.UKs.
orovF-s,
HOSIERY,
iilMtii MS,
r-K r.tiNK.%
V A I.K.Xi Jt.VXES,
LAWXS,
I I A N S
MARSKH i
Ef.
SWISS MCLUI,
JACONKTS,
I
-U Vil u,
t-isira,
K Cl s,
Silk Fringe and Tress Trimmings,
Shawls and Mantillas,
TICKS, DEMJB ASD STiUrES,
an^aiicsaiiEs
*t every Tan.-ty and iallty.
SlIIEB tWTHS A AIMUCin
Tofether wl'U ih« beat tat at
BOOTS AND SHOES
eeer offered In IlTirUnyiaa.
Ta those -he hare not farcred n» wllk'a
woul.l tay that we can eli God*
Chta^r (ban yan barb«i|ki
ihrui,
SS-COMK AKI TRY IT.-®I
KIMKUrfKR TUI mc*~
55 Jefferson Streit
Hriitr-n
T.U&
Ittlrd and onrlli
tS OOI»r A FAK80N&' BLOCK
Ofiosite the Barret
A*m»t a* cuKaco:
T:1B o'rlook P. M.
1:18 o'oiocls A. M.
Meudota with u.. ILI.I
r„, 'NI5ALli/a?0-AI' 5uiw.h:"r
Parked ro* Burlington with
Montrose, Keokuk aud bt Loui*.
Sprclnl
lleuae.
P. PEIIK1N8.
aarllasMt* M*t-« i. i
tt
IT ,JI»
uiueotif
ue o»i4.-:aotiy
ulea
s 9.
PATENTED OCT. 20, 1857
... Important to Millers!
woomw Hii.-s M:*4 S.th I tiu nli*
M.PARA t'tt It it». li I II).
I\ r. take I!. ihi:i.-i
o i
inoMun.* -i...«r* er itranj
,h»«
ha* iruruft.^turi!i,i sp.I wm
^"n.tnt.tlyou Nahtl Wo.iU». "a C"
t-
tctass
Sei'ar.itor. T'. '!.'Vr«», ep. ,. t.w
J»ed 1. it hear .errlio1.!. U
Coiupa jl and durable, moves *»iih le«s t* -r .*1 aiwsl
oaachinea aud does all the wot k liereuilor? perfrrwerf
thre« machine, t-.j: the ». t.- -t.. ttecarator a.I
ter, to say i, t,
of
K8AD,
Vice PreaUmt
aud
8uvi^rait« l«au
Owi'il Western Afent O. B, & Q. R,
To Abraham tUcfielman, H. Ifaekelman, Msraa
ret icgs iu, Jaftu Jaek^otit PauMn SmliH. John
tsstsa,"—«-««•
the ai..ni)
o
VUl
l{nf«
cleared
from
dealt«d,
i* ikt* state Of
awh*nrr.° •v"
K r,U V1"""uj "''"er to .aid Pt-
IIAUU, UAKKINGTON i HALJ.,
TBB WATS OF IOWA- 1 J»•»»«*(,
I)es
Moines County,
appearing to me tbtt Ue ahoea
TA¥
aa it
lewa,
Mill mXnh has anal
y to he u»ed in t-leanlnt- d««t .'rem
As lo ti.f Ii....i« ..f OlM-ratIo i, i« tl.e SrjttJaee it
rate» tht s-.tvk., '..-.row- wa '»«.'• a'l-ort rf*
o»u l-om the jcr.tla s.,,. Wi.iie
the jratn, h-tt
sake* no -lust ihaWTtr.
*ery Miller knows thit it t« ulter.j lia^MsiMele
(tract a miil that *U1 mate igojd w«i 01 dl?'' (tatts
the
1?u
*-m,H *ndj»^«v
•llloti oy ,.ie fneuj it nan Cook, clairalacal
»»n qmrt title In atj.l to Li-t No^l4 in the (. itj ,.r Hur
UARton, according to the original survey [hereof
an
ttUoa on or before the fecund -Uj of the next term af
Ooart a default will be taken and nrreeur# ««».
rendered against you.
ber
y.
auwi^
M^iVTh'1""?: 'teielaia o.Oered t^M
MaUce be faar weeks lu
the
v "e *irefolBf
wiy lUaikeie.
dad .. MK^KNusir,
-i i-
Artl»tr
Co. j, dee.
..,.® |LSC0Ti & C0~.
I) H.ikr«iu 5'yUoatSa, OroeerWi aad btii
v
'.«
to
«W
't •••f 'ru.f ihe *-a'n i.i j! s '•••'t eltl
a «tr bifcit ol air, who.1. cariies ol tai .»fast
made. It tuer. piwet's Into a -arter lieparator where
Is cleared ?f uct ^rui .\
then (ca-ly for ^rlndm*. t'.e ..»« l»
,(«bi
r»Ki
tH
fiwtu th*
o8al, and
afc
blowa
freat advantage I- uut
,*a
clear oat -l
th* tsiii. Another
it can
be
with
.-t ,.i
the
1I4
bti.'«a
saa.e
loer
or any wliere
e
in t!
miil
uat
*A|
Trib*
It
I
d'H'tc
»ettt
•II of
«f tw
,k' *t
I ft»
froli
Xo Uttet
ouless the dltt be flr-i r.
yet baen lurenled .'--r tVti
Aatatter and !**parv.wr,
adapte-'
a W«^eru vtiaiw.
l-ariww
1 't ,-taU nwoe
i»H
atl
enaliwoof ihf i»- ~t wsr*
A Mr04.,aad Kei*tr »hw eliy.*"*"***
Orders
aatlM^U woouWAKotklTBIR A MllOttfc
Bsillsft^t, la»a.
It
aaw, alter eighteen tooat.."
dM| Na vark la tba am p*-«k manner, ftaaw
N|lBylkwlhr|Mltt«uJ!i«l
S3kA.
Sil
Crrr,
Hareh
Id,
IW
i'I J4 WoMVttDl
Sr iVToarS.oMer that IliatJ kadi*
asefer abeat elfhteen Kcntha t.nh» moil M.-fert
•Una af the kind now In u te. 1 vied a m» -V-e thai
IMirakaaad la Vhleac* far athort time ar-.-r I
aad It coat ma aiure for iwski and dataye
•taailis than tba whole coat of the machinr »l I
ft»« ««. Taar naeMa* baa no* coet «w ^"-tw
repairs, aad
r«S
•vs*
Vtk
ttei
wliUiW^*
rWlS^M«
v e v
5
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