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Ah»t noon w. com,tod AS ni:uiy a, Sflyj
}K.tpuiur merchant, P. C. WILCOX, who
retail trade, the result of low prices and
advertising, lie this we«k advertises a
riico lot of Flavoring Kxtracla and liais
iii.s, which will, doubt has, be in demand
during the coining festive season. lie
has some excellent rent Ten, be
sides everything el*e, nearly, that one
w i.-ihes to buy.
iHt-rchMt'D Detpatek likflt
We desire to call the attention of
the controversy of which lie speaks, but
bis statement seems to be a very fair and
cnn«li«l one, and his., representations de-
To Correspondents*
JtiT We liave a number of oooimuni
c.itions on hand, but are compelled to
lay them over until next week. This
will doubtless disappoint our contrib
utors, but if they will excuse us this time,
we promise to do our best to obviate such
n necessity hereafter. 15y next week wo
hope to have our mathematical signs, and
this is ono reason why we have delayed
the answers
to
Ooml Move
tcrnse
at ti o'clock
Cousin AL'S"problems*
Bfotlce to I. C. C.
j£3T We are re|uestcd to give notice
that a meeting of the I. C. C., will take
place at the office of Esquire IIART, on
Wednesday Evening next, at 7 o'clock, k,.
important business is to be transacted.
lancei!*
Religious Notice.
Itatlroad Couvciitioii.
Z
££f We devote a good proportion of
our space to the proceedings of the State'0111
Railroad Convention. The Civilian, last
shows thai tlie two men who were most'
4&epublicaua in the SlaU?.
IIEI.LMAN, atld purchase for his wife
iil/u. w
n
a nice Winter Dress, and one of his beau-,
?oiriled
1
Tcmseraiice Meeting. |luttni
Bill'', Hoc. 11, 1858, CALKH CLARK uas "°W
•ealled the chair and C. E. LATIIROP ap- i
Secretary. On motion of
On ^notion
of
A.
ed
fruiter, It
Wiloj's lloots and Shoes.
trains on Main Street At ono timo, °fj citstomerft are always satisfied, which nc
which some leti were at the door of that
the merchants and business men of this enlightenment upon some of our corres
county to the statement of C. II. MKRKY, i ponderits. If we may be allowed the lib
•'.Agent of Merchant's Despatch, Dunleith,: crty of giving a solution of our own, we
111., which will be found in this week's should put the number at about34*1, -A»y
paper. We know nothing of the merits of more problems, "junior
of E. B. COOKS, near Liubw*.! J8" ~,w'
IUi|iMrvd I.—
orry lowusbip, on Christmas Eve. Mr. f4jr
COOKE is a good, jovial host, and plenty CAST TO
r,
of fun may be expected KIM
&W Rev. Mr. TUMLINSON will com
mence a course of Sunday Evening Lec
tures 011
ULK." Subject for next Sabbath Even- on it.
nit y .. y. r\- n i C''!'oiigh now as black as a raven's wing,
mg, I he Secc&Miy of a Divine ...... ,.
.. ,, I 'th lustre enough for a ball-room king),
H" Morning «»rrn.-o will conunencc
Jt3T Our friend WILKV wrtntelho peo-
-•jplo.Jo mwlersUmil, what wet from oxpo-
rienc\
$W Saturday last was the liveliest d:ij fnct«res and repairs Boots ami Shoes in
wo bavo over.seen in Independence.
(M,nn^
scn^
'is stili doing an immense wholesale and „jv() jonN
know to ho n fact, that be manu-
tlie mo9t fiUb.st»utinl
aml lll0 nmst rea90mI,,0 price, mI
for tj,e i^rgc business he is atpre-
If yon want good work done,
a ca)|f
The Qynrdian its *trt^rifrt$ro*ltet
has increased 166 since it came to Iiule
petitionee. Now the question is, if the
(fuardiatt's subscribers have increased
1(55since it came to this village, nnd it has
\r~ vow, how many had ii when it left
QusquoUm
J£t?~ We:give this as the contribution of
the editor of the Weakly Independence
Civilian to our mathematical department,
and respectfully urge the necessity of his
Indcpendoncc Lyceum.
serving the attention of our m^cantilo .« Has a State the right to secodo fivm the
men.
jCSr The question for debate at the
Lyceum, on Friday Evening next, is—
Union." The disputants arc C. HEDGES,
aflinnative—W. is. MARSHALL, negative
The public are respectfully invited.
Fever and Ague is a terrible disease.
Of all the ills that llush is heir to," it
is the laintest in its iirsi maniiestations,
the most defiant of medical skill. Fever
and Ague is more destructive of life
than consumption, because it is more
prevalent. It marks its victims for the
grave, like ail executioner's bond Dav
one of those which has nearly ahva}'s de-
MrtF" The legal fraternity of our v»l-]''e^ medical science—a few cased once
pared a compound
llie lirst time, last Monday evening, at the known to fail in curing the worst cases
office of Esquire CIIANDLKK, and debated
ot
,'1'3
the ([tiestion, Can Usury be recovered i^^°is|0,ter ,s Celebrated Bitters to tioe of many years 1
back after it has been paid?" Tlio at
tendance was good, and th* debate, of
course, animated.
For sale by Druggists
genet ally everywhere.
w i MIMHOI* Jict lunsey, of Madison Square,
Member, arc requested to be present, «.
.. JST A Mtne» will cotne off at the
i might to make Iivr more elmrniosiv 1
A
Worn
had heahl
of
Tub AUTIIOUITV OK Til* I3I- AndtheSimHiatof|ioorhairl«««5*,®wn ii*diq-'
W(,ultl n(t
a 1«in net.
Thia is all
km
of
j°nvention, were Henry O'Connor Mild ferent names. Use none uless the words Pr«»f.
^jfacob Butler, two of the most promilieat Wood's Hair Restorative, Dc| M, St. Louis, Mo.
i
in"'
Look at the kev^hole of the night
I .i .. ttj" TAKE NOTICE.—We wwld call tlie
.latch on the sheet door. If the paint is
n1tfnli.„
resolv­
that a Committee of three persons
be
Appointed to report a Constitution Hlid I *v
By-Laws, for tlie government of tho So-
timet at tho Olrifo of \V. Chandler, Esjij.,
ON Friday evening, Dec. 17, 1M5S, at
O# *»'«4ock.
V
A 1.
»'. E liArm
Pji President.
e y
-i 1
A Professor,
Who dressed his own hair, tho' not a haird^sser I
,IUV0 ,^,n
lianh and dry character, by any fasliionist, HKKVKY HKOS Dulmque,
Ix-en, who e'er H-• RI KO Co., Chiuago.
however bald she might havi
wore
this
w'hich
:'T-
beautiful ami itutli
'!e®in!
to
ki,r'!,l,c
i which Miss McFlimsy applied to her hair, call
week, villi us usu.l1 regard for truih,
at 3l4
eflVo, of
^l'w *«•»'". blown ill the Kittle. Sold named.
/. I,, 1 by all Druggists aud Patent Medicine dealers. Which proivrtv as above dcscrilx'd, 1 will
I 4 .... .. ..4
The Test of a (ood Husband.
i fttU'Ution ol uur rjaJtTd li tlio a*]wilist-iiu'iit
not rubbed off far two or three inches f„und in another column of to-day's pa^r, of e««ts.
KroUllil it if the edges are as sharp and that great and J*)pular remedy, Dr. Mann's col- i
$IUH.U as when the door was first painted, °hrated Ague Bulsaui, which seems to be work
you may be sure that it is a truthful in-
won^,rs
'a ^,0
,1I
II I I I I Ague, si prevalenl in thc western country. It
tlK-ation of a good Husband, who ia most .• ...
is not often we notice a patent medicine, lndceil
tegular, and so early as scarcely ever to!
tiave occasion to use his latch-key and Dr. Mann's Balsam is something so superior to
•uch a good man will go at OIlCO to:
curo
Wo
iuyth»«g
a'
vailing—it is truly gratyfying to us, and will
undoubtedly be to our ]a(roiis and friends, to
tlmt 11 Mm
pendenee and vicinity, favorable to the i Sold by all good druggists.
organization of a Temperance Society, i „.
held at the Brick School House, on the
east side of the river, on Monday cv«-
J-v
has lilst
Utue
nieJiciw'
Wltl'
ciety, at tlie next meeting. jiu Hnrns nnd scalds, no matur how
Tbp ftllo\ving poi-gon.'Twere appointed
by flie chair, vix A? Tuller/ Elijah'1,,lcoUo11
a
,Ji. BERBERICH,
E A N A I O
Mli :i St., 1 door East of
Scott's ll-irncs* Shop,
and tasteful manner, I (iAUMKNTS made in the fkteit rtyfc., o,
pnees.
H1 also, a
always «n
0
111:1,1 s
terrible disense. We recommend LOWA.^N^s^sipt 6
suflering humanity generally, as a sure t* your Che'iry lJ«« ioi-nl for giving ense an-l re-1 than
and speedy specific. lief to consumptive patieiiU, or eiuing buc4t as i Ni«*a
are curable."
dealers
^jpfruil Xlotircs.
Tke Ktow and Ktartliug I'oem of the
Ore** for llm Xlair.
CAS,TO
A
x-
,.ly „ollllll
llKUSt
cdy
Spent money like water for stuff for the hair,
And did it U-cnusc she thought it a duty,
To paint the tine lilly—Lo perfume the rose
To gild retined gold-though few would snpjiose prtteuiv
1
And by agent
po-
will IK' published in this pa|vr. If1
th''
ltriwJl,y,.nd
1
e,A"V°f tlu' 1,air'eV4T fclfo'
l:|vl,!U'nti,,n
lwwi
sayg that the Republican delegates voted prove to you that Wood's Hair Restorative is
for, anil the Democratic delegates ngaiii6tt on-* the U st aiticles fer beautifying and J1\- Sufficed, lViuci|itds, and dohn Cameron, st.-cu- i sheet, folded in ijuai-to form, and mtikj to the
the proposition of Statu aid/ The report 1«
«M,t
More
nctive ill Oimnsimr- ibo nrnnn^iiinn in ibo ^AlT,ov- Rewniv of worthl«s imitations, as «l quarter of the northwest, quarter of section
active in oppobinjj the pioposition the
n west
Also by all Fancy and Toilet Goods dealers in i *^t 1 ublic Auction, at the door of
the United States and Canadas. (31 -4t I
a' SlK'ritf^,
Chills, Fever and
think we have never puffed one before but
found in our market, that we cannot
n^in-the I.tteiition of our ivaders to
i .. fr u hen we remember the vast amount of suf-
tlful Cloaks, as well as his Dry Goods, among all classes of citizens, and manyconsti
Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and tutions racked and destroyed by tills malady,
Caps, Groceries, #}., ^hereby he and the different ciuvs offered and proved una
.will save his mouey.
fenng caused by tins scourge of the west,
1hh'" discyTt''^'
and plneed within thei\'achof all, and one that
At a meeting of the citizens of Inde-! will do all that is claimed for H.'it a trial.
(38-H
wll»cnU
J."tho
vo,mnon
Vileman, seconded by C.isjjar liowse, it,
was resolved that we proceed to organize T«oth-aeho, Swelknl face, Stift joints, Ac.,
tt Temperance Society. that it has received U»c apjK'lhiiion—I'«iwr*ttI
of rnoafc every kind,
8,iying'
run for
B,lkor'9
I Pain Panncea."
So effectmil is it iu Rheumatic Pains, Neural-
Panacea. So great a favorite has it Income with
the jicople, it is eoiisiderivl indispensable as a
If you have this medicine
-vou'tlierc"

lW0 iu
""'i-
calling iu a doctor
1 K'ce,Mr.v
tt,ul
«l
hl,sUr ,s
I'hitester, K. Bitrwr. l*rfci K-gin to hoa! innnedintely. Where this
On motion, the meeting adjotirtfed, to i
lv,,HHb*
pwvented, and Uie
"PJ'lhd, iain ennuot exist.
The proprietors have tw hesitation iu war
rauting it to do till It is recommended to do,
and if satisfaction is not given, go Imek to tlie
agent nnd get the money refunded.
in \Y. WtaMv.
p^rs^-SSr"
INDEPENDENCE.
A Y U N
I Y
E O A
KOI! THK KAL'ITL CI K OK
Col«lx, COII^IIM an«l
fniMKiKi.n, Mass., •.Hith Dec., 1H5.".
Dr.. J. C. Avf.u 1 do not hesi
tate to say the best remedy I have
ever found for Coughs, Hoarse
ness, Influenza, and the concom
itant symptoms of a cold, is your
CHERUY 1'ECTONM,. Its constant.
us- iu my practice and in my
family for the last ten years hns shown it to pos
sess stn»erior virtue,-, for the treatment, of these
complaint'*. EHEN KNIGHT, M. D.
Wholesale
Sheriff's Bale.
growth and restoring the oriirinal1 "t". I have l.'vied ujwn the following deserilied subscriUrs on the following
th" Wur,d'!'^KlidWide,!half
aevero) Bro Allvalv in thc ]nnrklt Cttll14l hv llif (G) i(l Townsllil
are already in thc market called by dif- six (G) in Township Eighty-nine (8U) Range
°f ''lc 1'* M., iu Iowa, also
Mftres,
harness and wagon,
i e o e v o S a u e S u i o o s a i w i
j,n ^,vil,l"-c
I uence, ou Saturday, the 11th day ot Dcveiuhtr,
A. l. l.NV, U't weenihe hours of Nine o'clock A.
M. and Four o'clock P. M. of said day, to
higltest bidder, to satisfy said execution ulftti
WILLIAM MARTIN,
Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Indeju-ndcuce, lowaJ
November 9th, 1HSS. $ (35-4*
OiN«olntioai«
"VfOTICE is hereby given that the
i PARSONS A MEIJ.ISH is by
msent dissolved from and after Nov. 16th,
The business will be continued by GEO.
II. PARSONS, nt the old stand. All jiersous
knowing themselves to bu indebted to the said
firm on aceonnt, will confer a favor by calling
and settling immediately cither by note or other
wise. OEOkOE B. PARSONS.
Ii. II. MELLI8H.
Independent, Nov. 10th, 1H6H. {3T«4w
WHO ANTS A (iOOD 1IOV!
HO EVER wants an intelligent, active and
HENRY S. CHASE, M. D.t
SI|li4*|CAL AND HCHANICAL
Will visit his oflice at
ON
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY OF E VCJ0
WEEK.
Office
Hovra
from 10
S-
instant ap-
r-.-rnyrtii-gniiiar-iiliniti rriijUi linHir o rmiiT
1
UL»-.~ mi. Dm
A. B. MORTLEY, Esq., of TTICA, V. T.
writes I have used -your Perioral myself and
in mj-family ever sinee \H»U invented it, and be-! .• N I
it «i,»'i„..t %i u tun.ite acquaintance with each others doings
lie\e it the lxsf medicine for its inn-imse evir i i- ..i v n
put out.. With a bad cold 1 shoulA sUner pay ^T"n"h V'" O'
twenty-fivc dollars for.. N.'tle tl.nn to do with i
out it or bike any other n„h dv."
Croitp, Whoopinsf Coiigli, Inflacir/ii.
Srn\GKiKj.ii, Miss., Feb. 7, 1
BitoriiKR Ayi u I will eheeri'ully certify your
Pjcinrol is the best remedy we possess for the
O'.tws of whoo]ing coiifrh, croup and the chest
diseases of children. We of your fraternity in
the South appreciat" your skfll, and comnieud
your medicines to our |«eople.
II1RAM CON-KLIN, M. D.
AMDS I'EE, Esq., MONTKHKY, IA.. wi-itw,
3d Jan., 18iiG: "1 liad a tedious Influenza,
which contiiied me in dtiors six weeks took
,v''yved
tne
manv niedieines without tvlief tin.illv tried I pamlleV'd a^irrepit.' of more than 200,000 sob I
your l'eetore 1, by the advice of our eli-rlrvinnn. i seriptiuiis, i-es|H'et_fully solieits its shar-- i-t' the
the soreness in my throat
by dav the suflWor rrrow^ wonl-or '. ""dhn.gs less than oae-half t!.e bottie madf henceforth eonstmi:iad, at n heavy weekly cost.
weaker and I
1 I A "Ui IIU UIV IIM (tic l»l IV
does liO tear a cheajiesl as Well as the liest we can buy, and we
weaker, and each hour
strong consciousness of approaching the esteem yon. Doctor, and your remedies, as
tomb. We have said that the disease is
Uk
Asthma or Pthisic, au«l Brouchitis.
WKFC-R AXOHKSTEU, I'U., Feb. 4, ]hfiti.
S«K: Your Ciierry I'ecloral is perform ins
marvellous cures in tit is section. It has relieved
failing, until Dr. Strong of this citv, where w! i
4,,,|ll«
.. tional thrift, plenty, prosperity, through tlie
„vw:»| fmm.'ilai'nnng symptoms ot Consumption, Troieetion of American Industry by Viselv
aii'i is now curing a man who has lalxaci un- discriminating duties on imiiorta—till who fi
er an affection lit the hincs tor' tin1' h'st. torty
upon
Cousuiuptioii.
Probably no one remedy has ever lieen known
which cured so many anil such dangerous eases
as this. Some no human aid can reach but
even to those the Cherry Pectoral ti fiords relief
and comfort.
DOCTOR AYMI, LOWIU, I feel it a duty and
I a pleasure to inform you wluit your Cherry l'ec
toral has done for my wife, she had liee'n fivt
of Consumption, from which no aid we could
\HTOK HOISE, New York City, Maivh 5, 1856. "al Settk-rs thei-eon, and every hopeful plan in
tended to diminish the sum of human misery
ifrom dearth of employment or inadequate rec
ouipeissc—every scheme esjiecially that srks to
months lalxring symptoms 'V'1'' '\v -n-iI.lin-",,nd teaching
I n ... i.:..i. i ,, tuem to help teeuiselvcs—must eouitmml our
,&i''wkiw, rm»iuiiieuuv«4 "«f utivut*
well. Yours with gratitude ami regard,
0
\V ith a rn^ical wonderful, great proration, do not despair till you have
(ow used in vast quantities over tlie nation}, tried AVKU'S CIIEUKY 1 K*TIIIAI. It is made by
This noted l'rofesstir was gray as a rat one of the liest n«"le.-il chemists in the world.
At juvenile thirty—no older than that- jju..1 our,-s all amund us besj-eak U.e high
un
te(3f 8Uch was il8
RLANIX) SHELBY, of Shcll.yville.
/»".
Prepared by DR. J. C. AYER,
PrMtical aad Aaalytieil Chsaist, Lowkll, Man
I SOLD BY
I It. W. WRUillT. Iude]
E. W WHITNEY,
THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE.
1338-50.
r|^HE
successful laying of the trans-At Irtslic
Telei$ru|ih ('able murks ft now era in tJiej
History of Huiii'in Progress. Henceforth Kit-1
rnjie, Western Asi i and Northern Africa lie
within nn hour's distance faun our shores, and
thc battle v hic'i decides the fate of a kingdom,
the emiturc of iv Vienna or Gibraltar, t!ie fall of
ti good assortment otCLOl JJ1N(» ,i dvniuty, the triumph of an usurpation, the
hand,and a fine selection i C• lot!ih. pl,ij.{11
OI ail
0' The Pall and tnt*r Fashion reports just olns or Wellington, in anv country which touch
ccived. (iJ-UtiHm os the Mediterranean, the Euxine, the black
Sea or the German Ocean, will ho published in
heir to royalty,the death of a Nich-
New York the next morning, if not on the very
day of its occurrence. In a moment, nn it'
were, wo have heen thrown into the immediate
intellectual neijrl»or!iood of the whole civilized
and a larye lortion of the evuii-barhnMits world.
The rise funi fall of stocks in Lonloa or Paris
will henceforth be reported from dny to day in
the journals of our soalmard cities. The bold
est ojx rators in Wall street will refuse to buy or
Bull, until thev have read the quotations of that
daybusiness on the Roya! F.xoliait^v and at
tlie Uoiune, whose tmnsuctioiis will Imw-eloMnl
an hour or so lu tVire ours e r.i le^in. A rcA'o-!
lution iu Paris, an important vote in l'arliamentj
an insurrection in Italy, a fire in Constantino-!
pie, will be discitssued around the bivakfast ta-,!
bles of New York a few hours after its occur
renco. A mighty though silent transformation
in the conditions of human existence hn« jnst,
been effected by the little wire str tehinff acmss
the ocean's bed from the const of Ireland to that
of British America, and one inevitable result'
of this must lie nn unexampled tomnnmity of
feeling and interest among the notions of Chris
tendom, and a consequent desire for a more in-
h*T",s
',:,r
ly
n\ I 0,K'ck1"'i1i
all forms of oppression, and desire that every
rational lieinp shall be free to employ his facul
ties in such innocent manner as he shall deem
l»est—of those who would extend Liberty and
limit Slavery—but it further appeals likewise
to all who ltxik and labor for the return of Na-
vor
\ears. 1IKR1 L. 1 ARK, Merchant nieut ami melioration liither than by external
A. A. RAMSK\ M. P., ALB.OV, M«inroeeo., aggression and extension—nil who would ra
18f»5 ««tb::ing nij- prnc- ther have the National resouwes devot*d to (he
have found nothing equal construction of a Railr*v»d t«i the l'aeitie itlu
to the purchase or conquest of Mexico,
1
t^ufsfjiH-ton. I receive from any friend lists of those who would
lesale
rcco've
very town in the U. R.
¥_ Y YIRTUE of an Execution issued out of forts and expenditures to make our issues inon'
and under the seal of the District Court valuable and useful than they have hitherto
of Buchanan county, Iowa, iu favor of Bissell! been.
A Co., and against the goods and chattels lauds
and tenements of Wui. Marshall ami Samuel I THK TAUTO** is prilttal out large imperial
of the Northwest fraction-!
Ei-htv nine (8U
iiino west of the 5Ui P. ii., iu Iowa, MIso
ot.-di lit boy of 13 year® ol a«e, can find Jj] S S MAKING"
one by npplyini as soon as may be, to H. B. 1* VJ
HaU'li, ,bhn (iinther, or G. W. ltiee, trustees of
Sumner Towiiahip, or to
S. 5. W. TADOH, Cte. Judge.
Nov. 25^w
Iiidcpenleacet
A
July 1st, 1858.—214f.
For sale in lnde|H ud-uc by G. II. Panuw*. 500 TOWN LOTS
IN INDEPENDENCE
M* ia»P. N
Payment »t«juired on the execution of the
.either in Cash. Farm Produce, or other
Property. Inquiries by mail anaVTCtti ."with
Pluii ure.
,j fcAHTKKN KXCHANGli
jpOR SALE AT T. C. UARTl.E'ii BANK.
ep,
1
s
I
r^s-
]K'T 8,"»«
(1
gularly read their ov. n journal.,
who have hitherto been content with an ooca
i sinnal glance at those taken by their neigliliors
while many who have hitherto Ixen content
I with a weekly issue will now require a Semi-
Weekly or tfaily. In short, intelligence, «1- i
waj*s a vital element of growth in wisdom, sac-
cess in business, or enjoyment in life, lifts now
become indispensable to all.
The NEW-YORK TRIBUNE, now more
than seventeen year old, which wag tlie first
journal in the world that appeared regularly on
nn imperial eight-pajje sheet, so low a price
as two rente, and which has attained the nn-
nev
patronage which the Metropolitan Pn-se is
iv w-ell. Your medicines are the Reserve. It asks especially the patronage and
aetire favor of F.Errni.n'.\N»—of tbosi' who hate
National Progress thiwigh internaldevelop-
Niearasrna or Cub -.—all who would r»!reneh
radically our jiresent inordinate Federal expen-
We might add volumes of evidence, but the ditnres ly abolishing or iinnieiis ly reducing the
wt convincing juvof of the virtues of this rem-! Army and Navy, and exjieiniing he money
'y is fiunl in its effects upon trial. thus saved on works of lieiiclicenee which will
cuduiv to bkss our childnMi—all who profound
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WASQUETUCK
AW
& i j.oi
S
o e n i a
tndepoudeBce Market.
ronKKCTED wittKr.v, Ir p. c. vu.ro:
FLOL'R—i-er Hundred $»,W.
WHEAT—Y bn. 50c.
CORN—V
OATS—SO^nOe.p 1,11.
POTATOES—New 35,'. bo.
BEANS—[email protected]$l,»0 bu.
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HAMS—[email protected] hogs j,) hd. [email protected]
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EGGS—V 'h*.
,0«-
CHEESE—*pi lb. 8ai0c.
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APPLES DRIED—1-JjJc lb.
PEACHES DRIED—lrua-iUc. |T %.
TURK IKS—oe. V 1!. dreflRed
CHICKENS—lc.^ tb. dres^d.
CODFISH—per lb. fe.
MACK ER KL—jkt lb. 1'fc.
WHITE FISH—G»4'e. lb.
SUGAR—lirewn, Ho'i 10 lb for $1,00 Coffee
7(u8 11, »r $1,00 Crushed CU lb for $1.00.
MOLASSES—G.»(it T5c. jH-r gal.
GoKhn S\ up bOc. Extra !)Uc. *p gal.
VIN EQAR—2."c. gal.
COFFEE—16(5 20 ctf«.
RICE—lb (ii,t'c,
CAN DLES—Talk**, 15
LARD—3 cts.
TALLOW.—10c. %.
TIMOTHY SEED—$200. bu.
CRACKERS—M0 cts.
HOPS—4«Jc. }*r tt».
SALT—coarse
1' ^(Tf^c hlti. $3,a0.
ONIONS—7 .e. bu.
SUGAR CANK SYRUP.—50(«75e. lf gal.
HAY—$2,[email protected],00 '$ ton.
HIDES—Giwn 4o. dry,fi,@9e.
Ll'MBER—Oak, M, $
1."i,01 )(u20,00: Wal
nut, $20,00(«.40,00 Rnc, $15,00(a-$.r»0,nft.
IJass Wei.:' il'3',
SHtXULES—$*-i,00(£ 5,0d.
WOOD—Oak and Hickr\' ^cwr«l, $2,011
WHITE
LEAD—$2^:((v$:i.(K)
keg.
FIRE PROOF PAINT—$3,Of) V l™-
Dubuque WlKlesalc Clarket.
FLOUR—Sujierfine $1,00 Extra $5,50.
WHEAT—Spring [email protected] new [email protected]
CORN—Shell, !0e.
OATS—Old Joijt 4d new H5c.
DRIED BEEF—15c. ft %.
SU(« AR—Brown, 9c. fair, 10c. retin^J,
12 crushed and ]wd- red l'i'^c.
MOLASSES—Sugar house 50c. (Jolden Syr
up. 80(ii!Hle. gal.
POTATOES—40e. bn.
AY—$0.00(a $8,00. Ion.
WO ID—$-1,75. "jJ cord.
COAI R. I. $1,50 t«i delivered.
HIDES—Green, 5c dry 12
WHISKY—Bouillon, 50(g*$2, IW Common
20(.i22 Old Rye,5fi(fi75e.
BUTTER—firkin and roll 10^1te^ lb
EGGS—"titf" jc. JKIMIOZ.
LARD—to^fic. v
CHEESE—t^(« 9e. els.
CANDLES—TalWw, IQljjc Star 2M(" 21.
PORK—Mess $17,00",J bid prime. $2(1,00
BEE!'—On foot 2'.,(li.'i.
MUTT(.)N—C'.j (t c. per lb.
DRIED PEACHES—12^13.
DRIED APPLES—8c. ^t.
ORAN( ES—
jnrtev-*,
€. F. HIvKKK h,
.DO $ bx.
LEMONS—
SfcfcUS—Ib.f.iil Jiriecs—Clover, $9,00 per l*u.
1 iinothy. l.(K) ,1„. do.: Red top $3,00 do. do.:
lW^1?*8 *l°"
d°:
0rcll:u,d
do $l'do.,',:1':lu,,10l,U
DR.
Mils R.\LSAM, that lias been so extensive
cess for the ]«st five years, and brought health
and happiness to many families throughout the
Western country, is the result of years" of slu.ly
and exjx riiuent, by the proprietors of this Wox
iiKRFt i. CoMi-oi ND and we are happy to state
to tlie world that the objeet sought tor has be.
gained, which is Ibund in the numerous eviden
ces iu favor of Uii« remedy. This Balsam is
only n-coinmeiidcd for one class of diseases,
viz those produced by malaria, and enters di
rectly into the circulation, and thereby counter
acts the ^«ison of malaria in the system and
as a tonic it is particularly recommended.
Now for a lew evidences 4ff
Ouuiux, O., June 1, l,-a.
MESSRS. S. K. MA.X A Co.—GENTS: Having
had occasion use some of your Ague Balsain
in my family, i find it tin-"most prompt ami
etKcicut remedial agent for tlie certain ciireof'
aguu e^r4bii:4* nud as a strengthening tonic 1
think it ha* no equal. Your Obdt. Servanl,
Cairo, 111., May l-»j 1
mii.ls,|the
Quasqueton, Buoh&nan County, Iowa.
^I^IIE aliovo Mills aiv novr In good rnnuingj
A oi-der, ar.d being under the subscritar's
own iminisliate supervision, the people of Bu
cban:n and adjoining counties may lc]»end u|»
on getting tlieir Milling caivfulh', promptly and
cheaply d,uie.
Flour and Luuilx i' iltay* on IIIMM) ami for
k.-»1C at the market liri^. i
.» rfin.TK®.
(Ji:a.ipi a, ,\iigu»l l.-."ir i'lfff'
SAM'L HENDHY.
OI„\ky, III., Svpt. id, leST.
MBTIIE. S. K. MAX.V A CO.—Gents: Youri
Ague Balsam is the only remedy that seems
meet the wants of the people of this locality.—
We have ujxm our shelves all the |xpiilar rem
edies ol the lay for the eiuv ot inteimittciits,
but Dr. Mann's Balsam .-ells in preference to
al! «thers, fiwm the simple fact it ctats. It is
destined to cxcel all other remedies ever offered.
Truly Yours,
G. W.HAYN1E.
DR. ICAKX «fc Co., Gallon, O.—Gents: Your
Ague Balsam is the jntiples' own remedy, iu
this part of the country, for the cure of ague
and lever. We have never known it to faif iu I
any case wLen jTojaily used. It is looked!
ii|ion as a jierleet antidote to malarious uiseose*.
cry truly yours,
Kk'k0
PKTTUOUN.
Sr. Lores, June 1, 18.*»8.
8. K. MANN Jc Co We find the de-
maud for Dr. Mann's Ague balsam daily in
creasing, and tli«' great demand for it is a'suffi
eient evidence of jts gnat merit,
n
iftMi.-lP i«r ipjwa
placvs
in our travel# we tind thy u-vlvci-sal opinion ».f
tliose selling it( tin more jmrticularly those
using it, to that it has no ispial In proprie I
tory ivinedi.*, and that It is a certain spiciHei
a &ict that eaiiuot be disiuitel. i
Trulv Yours,
0. J. WOOD it CO. _IXD—
li. W. HART,
ATTOliA'EY AT LAW
AND GKNKITAL LAND AGENT,
Indepeudencv, Iowa,
imictice in the several Courtaof tkia Ju
Jielal District. Particular attention given to
collection of debts, payment of taxes, exam
ination oftkies, and all other business entrusted
Ui hi»c..tv. Otlieeiii Seott's Blitk, upstairs.
laeplll -ly
S. K. MANN «fc CO., I'rttprieton, Gabon, O.,
8o|id by all good Druggists. 4ccl6-3iu EM It K01D E K Y STAMH.NG
IR n««Tivirii
rpENDi:us
1
Ills l'1'Ol T.SSIt)N a 1. SER
JL *h\s to the ii Ii.il it.-i iit# i«f 1 iidep^mlencc
and vicinity.
Hrfrrt nr,* ami OredrHtiuU asay ir *etn at JUs
other, liuaui 14 MQ.VTO' HOI SR
N. e-. IP. ti#.—ras-tf)
(THE THAT (Tirmr,
sow it*'t*k'tlir. AM.
i A i
A S A
THE BEW REMEDY
Of th' t-h/f for the Cure cf
Coatnmption, Oecli&c, AathtaA, Bronchitis,
Wasting of Tltsh, Night Sweats, Spitting
of Llood, Hooping Cougii, Difficulty
Ereathiag, Colds., Coujlis Influcr.
ta, Phthisic, Pain in the Side,
ftr.d all Diseases of the
Lnng3 is unequall ed.
IT HAS EFFECTED OMtl
In numomiA ceses, wlier? the tm»st skillful phy
sicians in this country and in
Europe
have be i\
employed, and have exercised their skill in vai(i.
Cases wliich they pronoun^vd inrurcUU, ami
surreiidt-n'l as hajeUss beyond n ihubt, leitviSg
tlieir pnti* i»ts without n sing!ray to ente|i n
them in their pliH.m, have htm rum! Irtf
Dr. Hfiftl'fi Balsnni,
ILJAVe l.ave Certifi* ates of the ctrf-RJOsI ali i
most positive nature, from the following i»ar}i« -.
who ore well known in tlie places where tin
live.
ItrOne fmm J. W. Plutaracr, VinWn. 1 wn.
of retimrkuble eures.
CrOno from John Kunyen, Wuvr Hy, U.nr.1.
of his own son.
EPOnc fmm Ham'! tfanum, Ciimden, Hill-
dak* county, Mich of n Ix-feved daughter sjitxi.
O One from Eli Budd, if Athens, 111., ^rii"
was given up by six doctors.
iCTOne from Dr. A. (». Dtmm, DhwrnAcld
lown, a l'liysieiaii of HO years practice.
O'Ono fmm Robert C. Shinn, Marttui. I» wa.
of a consumptive daughter cured.
ILrOue fnmi M. M. Van Dt'U»i:i, Springfiek!.
III. lis thr rmrtly for Lung Disca* s.
Li'One fitim Fifte«-n Pbysiei.nis, certifying i:
to
f«C
ln'tter adapted to pulmonary diseases than
any other known rrniedy, as tli. y have trie 1
than all.
O One fii'in J. W. Wentworth, Chicago, 111.,
of a cougii of nine years standing. An ustoo
ishiug cure.
jLfOne from McClangluy A CanipU.il, Fotm
tainCreeii, 111., saying, it tak s like wild-fir.-,
i and cures like a chumi.
D'One from 11. MeCrackeft, Mtt«rhfite!-.
Scott county, HI. He say#—Obi-line Doctor
1 stand no chance when |mtients can get vov-i
i Hnlsam.
i ILi Out fmm Harriet Cummins, Cincinnati,
Ohio, euivtl of a bronchial diiliculty. Raisin* i
Idood, Ac.
iLi'Oao iVinn John Deiujister, Ii. siden. -, e. i
IV'arl and Western Row, Cincinnati, O.
We certify tu tfa
e genuineta-sstrf tlie al-ove
certificates, and couhl furnish huioir..!
ers of a nature quite as interesiiug tu all SIIIR I
iiig fivlii any disease ot the lung« and liilMnl.
DOI.I^ES, S3HTII & CO.,
,.»« Proprii'tors,
otrcet, hieago, (Reiuo\ ed fliuii 1
S..W atcr street,) to whom all orders must I e
addressed.
!iole iIe ami retail ditilers iu Patent Meoi
ciiii,s irencrullr.
O. H.'PARSONS. lfd-- e»».l«fc-e
R.W.W1IIOHT,
-W I N E Y i s K o n
-K
AN'
uvc2- Jiip
$:i «h». do Mil-

'hi. do Irish
MA.NV.VS
A U E
balsam
History of Medicine.
Unrivalled in the History of Medicine
IVIbi.
A. E. OLDEE,
VTTlHtXEY & I'iU .VSELOK \TL\W,
QUASQUETON, IOWA.
^\7TLI, attend to the Collection De'«
l'jtyineiit ot 1 IIX'-S. and ail bii!iin
(•ertniniugtohis j«rofesai« ti.
Sept. lubel- .'ti), 1 i 2-30-1
11
('I^^^ilCONYKVANCl-:!!
NOTARY^w
Oflice with Older. Lee
II
Independcnee* Buchanan Co., (»u-».
A Y 1 O A O O I
O N O V E A K i
The Most Fxtraorilinury KooU nf th^
Xiiiftoenth Ontury I
THE HOPE OP LOVE,
AND WAY TO THK ALTAI!
MATRIMONYmado«a«y
a 1-iover.
or.how t«» win
l'riutcd en the finest |Ml|ier and Benutifully
Illustrated iu the first stylo of Art. iMbuiiiii'
over TWO IirNDREI)
Splendid Engravings*
li will be s. nt lo any one mi ih- reci'ipt
Twenty-five Cents, (sr 'Six copies fu- On,- IV:
a A n s w O N V A Y
U. c.
Pottt»UII. I'.-.
U" To Agents, Cauvassers ami the '1'mdc, i:
will IH fumisli«d at one-half disetaint. tf-.'lti
U S I E O I I E I I K
AND HEAL ESTATE AC ET]\
Maia St., Qaasquatoa. Iowa.
^F.YERALj.ieeesof Praire with running
IO ter iiuj Thaller adjoining, for sale rln-jip
for cash or on timo. lhiildiug l^ots for ale in
the village of Quasouctoii.
Money wauled at market mt.-s. [si TiTy
DBESS MAJKIJSTtt
i s E A
VrOl'LD n-|Hvtfully inforiu the l.adiof
Indejwndeiiee that she has purchased i
Mi's. ISockwith iier St:uups Ae .an i prejKU'-«:
to do ev i•rytliing iu the above line in the b.
|ioasiblc style and liiauner. b'i sideiui' Main
IHIC door West*»f Judge Kosieli's.
I IT-It pi:.]. S,-pl.*^, I.". -ft ":i..
PARSONS & MBLLISH,
K i S S
A\i»
t»t:AUi»s IS:
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