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TIIK DEMOCRAT. EUITUÜ AND i : Bl irllUD RV D. R Van Yalkettbargh. ThiiTMluy, July 1, I860. THEjCTATE. 5oTH 15 kn d: Grand B4I1 Jalj 5. .Horse struck Jy lightiUBg....Fes tival 1: t Tuo-dyy evening . . . .Metho dist church being demolished prepara tory to being rebuilt New woolen to be Luiit... .St. Jo. bote bss changed liar, h i at. KickardaOn to make a ffnt sooa. Cau't JOB Iron dovrn this vny, j'at S.m ftbodj is trying hard to create excitemen1 abuut a strike." t the Met hod 18 church 3 Votes were cast lor. and Ö against, lay representation . . . .The I n imi slops over in relation to the com lnencement exercise; at Notre Dame and St Mary's Amount of county tx collected last year, o-v5c0.io . . . .The Ümrot pny the state I -402.10 and draws 815,111.87 from the rchool fund . . . .Strawberries too com mon ...Younnian seriously injured by a stick, tli'own from a 1-uzz saw, striking him in. the Lroin . . . .Sroak thieves attending to "biz.'" . . . .Corn jTosp:cts poor. A fatal ef aneartlis 75 grub-worm : in a space eighteen in ches square by two inches deep.... Kcsidence struck by lightning- VitsaW: Little girl had a leg bruken on Sunday of last week . . . .The street railway is leportcd to be a p'y- id institution The Union and the India aim have adopted the cash sys tem ; the latter is to be enlarged nest WCCK. KaTOX: Hon (?) Samuel Beattj has removed to Grant county ... .T170 vcars af,o bnrelan entered the county treasury aud decamped wilh valuable papers, etc. Some lime since a part of these papers were discovered in an old house, by some little children. The papers fownd consisted of county or ders, checks, etc., worth over $900. The commissioners made the munifi cent donation of $5 each to the chil dren for their honesty and promptness in making " it " known ... .The ge. low-rius 1'uth i. to be appropriately re membered. La Posti : Be. Win. Lnak pBeac&ed here met Sunday 5aq.ls if Gfypeies encamped near the town. . . . .9ood Templars were to have a lee üyai evening . . . - Commencement fjrarniiel of rtc fiiol SeJl0aJ wcre held lnt V riosy evcaiug . . . .The 7th Lidiano arc to have x re-uuioa soon. The 4th not to fee cbscrved. . . . Dur'lars plying their vocalicn . . . .Lit tle boy bit by u rattle-snake; doing cil.!..LaPort-:ans of the Masonic persuasion weai to utubovh mv. njt . . . .Commodore Vanderbilt pem ed through laat week. The trial of James M. Wiley, for the murder of Joseph Woodward, at Milford, Ind., last October, closed at OiaimihwiE. Ind., Ibandej. The jury was out but an hour, and returned a verdict ot guilt) of murder in the first de'-rcc, and sentenced him to peniten tiary lor life. The trial occupied three davs, aud excited a great degree of in terest. The fight in which the killing was done grew o at of a quarrel between Woodward aud one Atchison, at a re publican jolHlieati. ri meeting. Wiley took the quarrel off Atehi on's hands and stabbed Woodward to death with a butcher knife. The old settlors ef llanbolph county were to have . meeting in Winchester on the lth inst. Eifht convicts have been sent to the Northern Penitentiary from Kosciusko county dnriog the past year. The new building being erected by tike Progressive Association (Spirit ualists,, at Richmond, wid 2 known as Lyceum Hall. The H.n. John K. CoffroUl and H, 2. Savior will deliver addresses at the erection of the soldiers' monument in Tolk lownship, Huntington county, on the 3rd of July. The GajmwaYve Bulletin expresses the opinion that, the next census will give Columbus 6,000 inhabitants. There arc over 11,000000 of United States bomb hei I by thr; citi zens of Densborn county that are not subject to taxation, equal re aboet onc eigth of the Usable property of the county. A correspondent, nriting from Ashley station, says that the Rev, Thomas J. Newton, a prominent iMcth odist preacher for the past 20 year-, has become a convert to Catholicism, lie states " Mr. N. was a meet bitter opponent of Catholicism, but af'.cr studying its d ctrincs and tenets for the pa.-t year, he was baptized in Car pentersville, Putnam county, by the Dastor of the Catholic church of Craw - ford ilh on Men lay, 'h M 1 A There!s a good deal of sickness' i anion-: the ciuiaren ot KvansYUle the ! pre vail in. ir disease being -crncthing like cholera morbus, From nearly every country in the State comes a common complaint of the ravage of the potato bug. The row Masonic Hall at Brazil, cost 810,000. Total value of real estate in Green county. 14,081,416. Lawrence county is out of debt, with $4,000 in the treasury. Allen county ha? a balance of $145 389,80 in her county treasury. A man in PatoJta made an unsuc cessful attempt at suicide, by banging. A wife whipper, by the name of Trank äfoer, is in jail at Covington. The Trustees of l'riuccion have raised I he price of license to retail li quor to $100 each. Franklin county is asscsed for county J arpoaet 7;") cents on the 5100 and a poll of 7-" cents. Mr. C. V. Cottiniiham, who lived near Hamilton, committed suicide, by drowning, on Saturday last. The Huntington Democral says a fire occured at Antioch one night last week, destroying about $6,000 worth of property. The Tctvc Haute Journal says i one of its subscribers lias had ten acres of water-melon vines nearly destroyed by bugs. lie has forty acres still in good condition. The Wabash Standard says that an tltt nana 11 J lie:vy hail storm pasted over the north part ofthat county on Sauurday last, doing g great inj or J to the wheat and corn crop-. A Mr. White, in Parke, near the njrth line of this county, died Thurs day from the result of injuries receiv ed in a personal difficulty with Zerub I 1 Rooka on Saturday. White's skull) it is supposed, was f ractured by the stroke of a slab in the liht. S3 We arc glad to see that the cause of men's rights is making progress in the west. A woman commenced pro ceeding for divorce in Indiana lately, and the husband applied foi alimony, lie didn't get it, but it was something that the judge- allowed him to ask for i;. In one townahip of Kosciusko county are over three thousand acres of thriftv wheat. r 1'itK DtMcait, AN GVESUilD THIP TO OREGON. 1)allb8 Gxxv, Obxgow, i t.. it V ax. In my last, I left you at Bryan, 858 miles west of Omaha. Af ter getting the aforesaid "square meal" spoken in my bat I was soon aboard the cars and passing along the rocky clifls that -kirt Gr';cn Kiver. heaving it 22 miles west of Bryan, we strike Ham's fork cf the Green River, fol lowing this upon its north bank a dis tance of 20 miles, and passing Evanaton and several unimportant places wc ar rive at ISridger. Utah, 54 miles wet of Lryan and f12 miles west of Omaha at 0:20 p. m. Thursday, April 1 5th. Wc arc now fairly in Hrigham's domin ion's. Old Ft. liridgcr is 10 miles south of here on what is called Black's Fork of the Green lliver. From here to Wahsatch a distance of 5t miles the road is upgrade. ." miles west of Bridget we begin to ascend the Wah satch Mountains. 80 miles east of Wahsatch we strike Uear Kiver, cross ing this six times, we arrived at Wah satch, Utah, on the summit of the Wahsatch Mountains, 6,880 ft. above the level of the sea, and 866 miles west of Omaha, at 11 p. m. Thursday. No portion of the Union Pacific, west of this place had been accepted by the Government, when I was there, I be lieve the Government Commissioners were expected in Wahsatch by the 2."th to examine the road from here to Og ilen, a distanco of 70 miles. I had sup posed that in lass'.ng over the Uuion Pacific SO far! had seen many hard place?, and had probably seen human nature in its worst form, but in this T was sadly mistakcu. In this respect, Wahsatch carried off the palm. It was then, tho headquarters for all the r its that worked on the whole line from Wahsatch to Ogdcn. which had been but recently completed to the lat ter plaeo, as well as all the cutthroats, "amblers, horse theives, dead beats, 1 'igger pullers, as they arc called here, of the whole Wasatch country, ah! readers what a poetical name, Wah satch! perhaps as you sit in your com fortable homes, reading of this country you would form poetic ideas of Wah satch. it is indeed romantic looking country, but as for me I had enough of Wahaatoh romance and I fervently wished at least while I was there, or j rather the spot upon which it stood, ! was several leagues under the sea. in' hiding myself however Ai the road was newly built, and had not as yet been accepted by the govern ment from here to Ogdcn, the company were not allowed to carry passengers over it in the night and as we arrived here at 11 p. m. wc were obliged tore main here all night giving privilege of getting out in the murky night and di verging to any number of hotels or, M you would call them if you should sec them, hog-pens. The town had been built about two months, wc were in formed by one of the citizens that a yet the accomodations were very poor and that the town had not as yet devel oped. I thought it had developed hugely. The Depot and freight houses were not yet complete., thus depr'ving us of sleeping there. The company's officials, however, informed us that they had placed a couple of sleeping cars at our disp- al which were standing on ouc of the numerous side-tracks here and, as there were some GO of us, all through passengers, the cars would aot accommodate us all, therefore wc could leave our baggage and go on the'prin- ciple of first come, first served then oe- cured a short but exciting ra?c or heat i tew go, and then I had to go. Alter to the enrs which stood about 12 rods j I make- my ercrlastin' fortune up her, off. Gracious, talk about Weston, he I then Fll steer straight for Bear River was nowhere. As soon as the order again ; that's good enough a counhy was given to break, I dropped my bag- for me." After partaking of a bountc agc, deposited my pants in my boot'f,Jl repast of hard boiled eggs, feather loo-, fnok a Inn hrrnth nnd hrokn mv c n - l j friend Burch ditto, the scene midway was inspiring, our Cheyenne Dutchman dapper little Englishman, and Bnrch were along side each trying to reach the goal firs and heading the crowd, CT C5 7 Burch a little a head the rest of the crowd behind, and jour humble "ser vant bringing up the rear, the next I saw, was the Englishman lying in one palpitating mass, wallowing in the creek just back of the depot. Dutchman's coat tail flying high in the air. ditto Bnreh's heels and the writer lying in a vary dvlapidated condition near a large boulder, which had greatly inter cepted his way. Finally by great ex ertion your humble servant succeeded in reaching the cars and was one of the first in at the death. Burch, Jacoby, and myself had the privilege of sleep ing 3 in a bunk, bunks about 3 by 0, and also of bearing our Englishman snore all night in the bunk just beicw us. How we slept, or ever got throng the night has since been a mystery to me, and always will be, Rising at 0 the next morning, f Friday April K Bnrch and' t concluded we wonld tke a short stroll up town and sec what the hances would be for a cup of hot eof lee or sonu'itiir. ' to retreMi us. -r- icv, w vMmnwg ii , rivine at last on Main street we wend- i wwm , .1 . f l A i cd our way along by the tent Dunne ... - . ... nouses ot u ansatcit, looking lor 8 restaurant. It is amusing to note the orthography of the signs in these pla ces, and also the advertising. In ail probability the rari'y and extent is exceeded by nothing on earth. Every street comer, every board fence, every rock, tree, or inanimate thing is used to inform you of the superior accom modations of tho place and country. The signs are generally painted on cauvass,thus making it convenient to take them down, ' pull up stakes,'' and move to the end of the track again. They are generali) painted with coa'.-tar, or the first available mix ture they come across. In Wahsatch there are three " Taylor Shops, ' one "Tempel of Fashon," a few (very few) "Billard Hals." One sign I noticed in particular, was over a very dilapidated shanty, and ran this way : '-Clcanen of clothes dun hear."' The ''First Na tional informs you that 11 Cold dust is bot hear." The hotel, saloon and res taurant advertising is worse, if any thing than the others. Here is a specimen. "Look hear! for 0 bits you can get a good square meal at the " Howling Wilderness." What is meant by a " square meal," as it is called here, must not be supposed by the readers of the Dcnwcrat as being a meal set before you in a cubic form, but a substantial repast of rye bread, bologna sausage, rye whiskey, pork and beans, and something that will serve to fill up the corners of a burly Wahsatch miner's stomach: Even the irrepressible lrakc has been here with his everlasting S. T. 1860 X. Finally Burch and I made our way over to tho 11 Howling Wilderness." Upon entering, a large sign on one side of the door says : WArm mckLs ai atet ours AN PI the u and pies' being lettered three times as largo as the rest calling special attentiou to the pies. Ou the other side you are in formed by a small uo- ticc "SCK3I and Cofy Extra" Bnrch being the spokesman he in formed the proprietor's wife, an old lady of some sixty winters what was wanted. She politely informed Mr. Bnrch tlrej ' h. M lik- to 1 1 his You bet," says s lie, "I can't git along in this ere country without the spon," Barch and I dc- positcvl our spon with the aforesaid proprietor, and in receiving it he told us that we must excuse his old woman fur talking as she did for .-he had drank a little too much rye that morn ing, and at the sau.e time he branched out on u bnsincss," and "prospects," commencing from the time he was ten years of age. and giving us a regular history of himself and relations, from that time up to the present. I ven tured to inquire how times were, and how he got to this couniry. "Wall, fact is, stranger, my old 'omati and I was gittm' along all right down on our !eet!e farm, on Bear Kiver, until the tarne! locomotive got into this country, and then there was such big excite ment here that the old 'oman tell me I was a blasted fool for tiukcrin' around down on my Ieetle farm thar, when every body was makin their ever! istin' j fortunes up here at Wahsatoh. Wall J one day T comca hum and T finds the old 'oman's got everything packed up i beefsteak, bewitched I .and hot biscuit, " slightly colored w with sal eratus, off of a dry goods box, (reader do not start), minus tablecloth, we wended our way back to the depot, rcadv to take the train, which w;is to start west at 0. Arriving tit the d e pot we wcre informed by the railway officials that three men had been shot last night and several WOnndcd, in a saloon several rods distant. The sta tion agent pointed out 1 graves on the hii! back of the depot, with rough s!abs over them to k"cn the wolves from tearing them up. He told us that of those 16 deaths only one had been natural, and Bheayouog girl from California that died with the smallpox and had it when she came l or.. The other 1") were all men who had either been killed in bar n m fights or af frays, had been stabbed, or died from the effects of wounds received in such affrays, and all this io tho brief spree of ..ix weeks, doing down to the te!e- srapt offict vre saw out on the track, .. ; mt ro..- iistanc several tons oi man matte-: two i eight ear loads piled out in the ditch and broken open. It had been thrown th re Ihe night be fore by the restward Im, and train. CT ..tt.il n- c linU It... ti.. -rtil f.vr. en c.ci.i; iwta uu i . v . vu . . j the track, and the freight trains had cm u.mu open scacrcg inc.r coo- I a- ! n i: Ar o ? tents in all directions. Several men were standing around helping them-t-olvcs to what best suited their fancy. L noticed a large bundle of Harper's Monthlies which suffered considerably. I do not tell this to create any preju dice at all, but tell it just as :.t occur red. Some of our party ventured to suggest to these mail robbers thai they had as much of an interest in keeping the mails in safety as anybody aQd they got tho reply that ,: a man was ad d fool that wouldn't hick up some kind of readin' matter wl en so much of it was lying 'round loo-.e," together with the reply that it wa. it any of our d d bnsincss, and t j:. t they had some six shooters with them to back it up." I comforted myself myself with the assurance that proba bly I'd hear from home in the ooxttcn years anyhow, and that letters written by me to friends eas', would possibly ct through, with 'he growth of civil i zation. I return od to inquire where the govern men I mail agents were, and tha railroad agents said that there wcre three here, but they did not dare say anything lr fear of getting shot, and and that to ride the through mails was but a common occurrence there. Finally our train is made up, and at 9:1") a. m., we leave the town of Wah satch, glad enough to get out of the place. The road frnn Wahsatch to Oirdcn is called the 'Utah Division' and from Wahsatch b the latter place is down grace. Big it miles west of Wahsatoh we strike Echo Canon." Echo ('anon is a very narrow strip of table-land which COUl4 hardly be called a valley, bordering n each fide of Echo ('reek, which r'fOS in the Utah mountain0, 125 miles uth of Bridger and flowing north-wdt, empties Into Weber river, 10 mile? north of Salt Lake City. It seems if this canon was hewn out by the land of the Al mighty on purpose fora road of some kind. It is not in he Widest place over an eighth of a mib wide, the av erage width being ibout 20 rods. The rocky cliffs on tacH Bide are per pendicular, and on an iverage are l'0 feet high. The whole length of the CI J canyon is 60 miles. It is called Echo Canon from the fact tiat bring very narrow, the echo of youi voice can be distinctly heard vibrating along the canon ehca 'peaking n; halloing in a J spondulix fir.-t luud voice. I tried it several times ' Weber river valley, it being much wi and the effect was both beautiful and j der than Kcho canon. Echo city is magical. It seemed as if there were a i the nearest piint on the Union Pacific hundred voices answering miuc. to Salt Lake city, and one stage and Elawka fly across from cli'T to cliff, and telegraph line diverge from here there. their noisy screeches may be heard Here 13 situated the large reservoir echoing along its rocky ddaS. I saw 'built by the Mormons iu I860 from scenery here add in Weber Canon, irrigating ditehes rnn down the Weber j oat east of Ogticn, which equaled, if canon for the use of the mcrmou scttle it did not excel anything which I had . nieuts between here and Salt Lake. I seen at (Jrcen Iiiver, or which I saw on i understand President Young has let the Centra! Pacific, over the Sierra out all the contracts for his branch Nevada Mountains, and which T shall 'road from here to Salt Lake city, aud speak of in a future paper. Tho rocks are all red sandstouc, and this, in con- j iron and tics by next September. Two trust with the green grass that borders! miles west of Kcho city we enter Ceu cach side of the creek, gives the can-! tral city. A much nicer and larger oi a beautiful appearance. The old California emigrant road enters the canon five miles west of where the railroad enters it, and runs on the north side of the creek and canyon, the railroad is on the south side. Koth are within a stone's throw of each other the whole distance. On entering the canyon the road runs down zig-zag. 1 should thin ginecrs of the" road had atte k the en- empted to make the whole alphabet in getting to the bottom. There is a difference of 980 feet between Echo Summit the place whore the road enters and Kcho Creek at the bottom of the canon. The road runs along the edge ot the cliffs 2 miles in reaching the creek, making the grade 490 feet to the mile. The company have as yet only a tem porary track, but had men at work on the permanent route, one mile north. In descending wc make the first "t ick," then switch off and back down, then "head foremost"' again, first forward then back, until we reach the bottom, making two complete zz. Seven miles west we strike the permanent grade again. This rill be much better as it will be a gradual grade from the suui- mit to the creek, but in grading it the company were obliged to make two tBBBJg anJ do . lanrc amount of Masting, aud as they wcre anxious to gi I to Ogdcn and. Monument Point betöre the Central, thus giving them larger subsidies from the government, and more of them, they built the aforesaid temporary track. Kefore we reached the bottom I wished that lemporarys had been, well somewhere msft. fur on onr tauft ' t:i(k " down thn , , .. , , . . . . brakesmen tailed to nut on their brakes 1, a 3 a Yankee would ay, we went d wn - a f.ukinY To look at our cn ::nv one would think it was on a big d ru nk. first darting one way, then back, then shooting off on another tan- t ... i gent, through rock cuttings and over i i iccipiccs, tho car wheels rattling ail fa . h ti f t t)e I 1 J C" most pleasant ideas. It was enough to make each particular hair stand on end. Finally wc reael ed the bottom safe and sound. IT a Life Assuraucc company were to establish itself at the top of the grade they would do a thriv ing business. As we struck the permanent grade, hundreds ( f Chinamen oou'd be seen blasting the rocks to our right, high above our heads. As wc go up the steop canon the cliffs become higher, and the scenery more grand. The cliffs are so high that standing on tho platform of the hindmost car you have to look straight up, and you nearly break your neck in frying to sec the tops, the great clifls frown down upon the road as if to devour it, and as the road rapidly disappears from under your feet, the road looks like a snake dragging it.- slow length along, and the whistle of our locomotive is echoed and re-echoed along the cliffs until you v. ul 1 think there were a hundred an gines in the canon. At the bottom of the canon wc stopped and hitched on 33 flat cars loaded with ties, iron aud telegraph poles, bound for the front beyond CoTtnne, Utah. All along the canon wc saw dozens of teams haul ing and distributing tcleirruph poles, and dozens of mashed up flats which had gone over the grades. The major ity of the workmen were packing up ready to move to the front again al though hundreds yet remained to bal last the traek and put it iu good order We arrived at Echo city 84 miles west of Wahsatch at 11 a. in. Friday Ten miles cast of Echo city yoseee the old Mormon Fortifications built on the north cliffs of Echo canon, by the Mi r mona in 1SÖ7 to resist the government. They were never used, if they had been a small number of men could have defvnded themselves against an army aud with their gunsthcy Could havo swept the canon for a distauee of half a miie, east and west. Five miles east of Echo city, we pa s the highest cliff on tho Echo canon called the Croat Bestem on account of its rcsem blanco to the bow of a ship. Echo city is built at the mouth of Echo' .rork where it enfers ntn Wehrr riv. ir, jn iv mm norm oi Dais uena city, and 40 miles oastof Ogdcn. Ai vn IcaTQ M "'wy w.. t. jponeniei iaite 1 that the grading will be ready i'or the (and nicer place. The greatest number of people here are Mormons. Irrigat ing ditches, bring the water from We ber river through all the principal streets and everything is neat, orderly, and clean, One half mile west of cen tral city, wo pass the 1. 000 mile tree It is a large cottonwood tree near the track, the company have put a sigh on it which says 1,000 mile tree, 1,000 miles from Omaha. We pass several very nice Mormon farms and ranches between Central and Mormon cities. You sec their neat, whitewashed hou- !ses on their beautiful farms, all in a group, one for each spouse, scattered all along Weber canon. I saw on one farm near, Mormon City, 11 of these houses, and tho natu ral inference was that he was the happy possessor of that number cf wives. I tell you I thought I would well I thought if I was in his place I'd get me another one and make it an even dozen. As you apprcach Mcrmou city the cliffy become higher, the canon becomes nar rower and the river swifter. Between Central City aud Ogdcn a distance of 35 miles, the Koad bridges Weber riv er 18 times aud t as:-es through five tunnels. We arrived at Mormon city ! nt 2 p. m. Friday. DRUGGISTS. JRl CICilSTS. G. BLAIN & CO., DRUG?, TC, kauVVot Conn IpShai tad 6am SU., PI) mou' hiCi HAVIXC; j net received a be -i Mpoly of every thing in our Uae oi bnute, eoiuritftiag auiraly Drug, .11 .'!( ai -i, Paints, Oils. !);,( Stuffs, Varnish, KfcniM, llrusli , I'ci l'uiit , Finita XWio , . ry, Am Jf i utes .ifi LAquon for mi Arial pmrjotx aij to to ivh'a-h !fi ntV a'' . Waean wnitrnfl. ainh'lm Hit i MMiMfl r.it"-.:i qu inti'y of KefOfeeM nnd ' i' ii. Ai ) ev tv style aad io A'AVJ OSES LA UPS, For bnrnin : UM -ami'. We iro ako Bjreiltl for all the popular Patent Medicines, Of th'duy. Physicians' PRESCRIPTIONS, Carefully put u; at all Ware of thi nlhf. by m experienced dmpjrlst. We earnestly Itrvlte the pontic to fkvor u with : call und examine our stock, and heeonM eonTlncodof the fact tfial wo are duiue a lilieral bn.-iue . 10 t.. J5I.AIN IcCO. LIVERY. s ai a : staiu.k. Tho niulriin lii.i'iiipnrchaseit tti" liverv Sta hle of AI.I.MAN Ä KtlS K. N fully pnpared to met erery waotaf the Hrery hii-lness. lie ha better hawni and finer buirRie i than baa ever besa kept in Plymouth, which h i prepared to furnish the publicon th moet reae nable term. Trave lers MnTeyed to any part of tho ronntv on reason-ablect00rm-. 8. L. HARVEY, 48 1 ONE DOLLAR SALE. II OAV CAN IT IF. DO.XK. Ih the cry of tho crowds who thron ONE DOLLAR STORE, 7.J Lnkv St., ChlcnRo, That every description and variety of FANCY (lOODS. CtTTTLKuY, LB VT11KK ;t(!s. JEW ELRY. BOOKS, ALBUMS, SILVER-PLATED WA UK, A:c, .Vc can ie nnrchaeed at the bk tremely low price of ON B DOLLBB for each ant cle. when the nno KOOdaCajdICt be ohtaim-d at nny other phKe for double the amount, and which the whaietaler confoasea he catiuot bay for that price? We reply: We bave buyers constantly at ihe east, by whom, job lot; Ma'uml at tuovm-0.S- ilxcornts, anl, besides a lanji iHrton our . art InapfMrtee Alraa! nräne K'm-o-n an Mniinl"t)- nr-rH. Having nNo every facility possessed by the latfaat Dollar Sale lean of itoston, we will, by means of the OLXTT SYSTEM, extend tho advantage of our immense wholesale and retail tradeto those living at a distance Ilms sa iuiz in express charges rirRr:F-Frii TBE .wwisr n.nv paid, and tri it .r ' a notify of tffHi than in your ehtto, or Mai for circular, to ANNAJD CO., 73 TxtiH St., Chicaj it Wbd. i! to Mv, Tr.id. . ... i CROCERS. TlT OPKXKD. I SHOOK dt CR A WFORD. on the Owner SoHthvf thr IMrl rr houtt. katjmtt GLASSWARE and LAP8, Of the latest outmost approved tvle , whtdi will be eold at prices that defy conapetirio . CALL AND EXAMINE. Also a fresh supply of VIIOTVE F MIL Y GROCERIES. Cuh Paid for Country Produce. 17 SHOOK & CRAWFORD. A. BKCKEIt Jt CO. Wholosate tmt motrl dealer U GROCERIES, PROVISliSS, VROVKBR Y .1 ifl'KEXS WARF, Tobacco, Cigars, Sec, rLYMOUTFT. INDIA ISA . MANUFACTURERS. pLYMOUTH POtJNJDRY and MACHINE SHOP, ENGINES BUILT AND REPAIRED OX SHORT NOTICE I j PI LLKYÖ, DHAr ri.Nar, MILL GEARIX6, CASTINGS, inlscclianconp and common, on hand or made to order. Those shops, which were destroyed bv flr last winter, have been rebtitlt and furnished "with new machinery throughout. AH kinds of castiiii.'s done In the best style auif rmxt durable manner. i n!,-r wttelted. 17-1 y WM. J. ADAMS, Proprietor. WOOLEN FACTORY. tyüüLEV FACTOHY Alienian Woolen Factory. fJtt'ECANUE r V. 1X1 . 1'tain and Fancy FLiMEi. mw. mnm, hkmih. sewf no, oLOTH mm, JrYFIXO, FVLLIStiy A C. C Tlolc, Catdiaa, Spinning. Ac. All of our man' antactare wa will exchange for Wool at th? factory or at A. L. AJIeman & Co.'e Cabinet Store, two doors Sotrh of tin? Parker Honw; l'lvniouth. lud. i 3m FURNITURE. V I K.MTl'KK. M A T R ESSES. Spring Bctla, and LOOKING QLA86E8, ETC HtMnjr unequal. h1 facilities, we are enabled fa offer our (foods at EASTERN PRICES, And unaranteo to sntlsfy the pnb'ie, both ob ta tke quality of onr frvods and ttie piived at which we offer them. uro RTF, ..17) FAIN HI EK Cm. UNDERTAKER. QIHISKT WARE. 4 MM F U R NIT U R .. L A LIE MAS et C$. Have on hand at allttmas a complete and Heit stt.ck of Cabinet Ware aud FnrHiture, w hick they wlUaell at rt rv reasonable rates. Also a rornpb'lo stock of nnd"ertaker's Fnmhnf; Ooods, aorl Comnsorallktndo. A peod Hearse he-tmtrlag tn the estahlishmeat. It nV.