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   Centralia Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 4, 1866, Centralia, Illinois                               ENTRALM SENTINEL O. FLETCHER .CffiNTRAtlA, ILL. Ecs. in buSding 'on the corner of la TERMS. in idvanee, not paid within 6 'months, will be charged. ren cents per quarter, extra; for papers delivered city subscribers. ;'B ATJES -.l-.MO. 2.MO. 3210.- 6 Ho. 12 MO 1 S4.00 S5.00 ST.50 ,10.00 squares. 6.00 I S.OO 12.50 nF 1 25.00 I 20.00 j 3000 ilf j j 1 j 50.00 One ono week, One inch, or 10 lines of Minion make a square. 25 ir cent'additional will be charged for Business No- :es; "Notices 5n Local column 20 cents a line; BUSINESS CARDS. !Fr ttomey at Law. 111., will practice in Ma Hon and Jefferson counties. Office up stairs in O'Melveney's Block, Centralia, 111. 15S-3m. o JE. S. COA'OIT, Magistrate, :Convcysnca and Insurance Aeeut- Office in second story, opposite tbe Post Centralia. Illinois. NVTy. ABBOTT, and Surgeon, having permanently located in Centralia, tenders his professional cervices to tfae 'cltaens of Centralia" and vicinity. Office in ilcrkle's Block, No. 4, 2nd aoor. 148.. II. McCOKW, Surgeon aiid Accouchour.; Dr. McCord Diving given special 'attention to diseases of the e ano roKiiy wiD be able to give place theinBelves undw Ms treattnsiit, Oifice on rxni side. CENTRALIA, MARION GO., ILL., Surgeon Dentist, formerly ofOiford 0 J.B Rowland. Room. Sos. 2. and iccessor te sod 3, Landes' an Block, Cenualia, 111. Reference-my work. M. McFAlULAXO, 31. over P. M, m s Hatdmm store, on First Sorth Street. on Street, near the burned ruins of the Christian Church, CentraHa Jnlyi, 1366. R. A. w. 'K1'1'1' Convocations of. Centralia Chapter Mo. U. D., Royal Arch are held in Hasonio -Hall '.the first and .third irednBd.ys of each month: companions in good standing are cor- -o W-S. PEASE, H. P. J. H. STOHER Sec'y. A. F. and A. M. tegular communications of 201 Masonic Hall, on the first and third Fridays of each month.; A cordial welcome extended to viators Y.W.M, ADVERTISEMENTS. Billiard Tables. THE. UNDERSIGNED would inform his friends and the public generally that be hi just received and put up. a pair of splendid N visits from tb Ocntralia, Sept. 17, First A. F. A. M..-'- Regular communications of Odin Lodge U D A F -A; .J1' ale at Masonic Hall the'flrst and ird Tuesdnj evenings of each month Xbs craft cordially invited to mend. H. S. E. B. WILCOX, W. M. 145-Iy i- K. espeetfully offers his professional services to the ci wns Centralia ftnd.viclnity. in the.practiee. of Me  M WAITE, W. D. GRISW'OLD, Agt. at Salem, i Gen.Supt. t to do housework in a sraali family. Apply at'tliis office. THE publication of the Letter List ;by ie P. 0. Department bos been discontinued. RARE CHANCE Neat dwelling- for >ale. Inquire at this office. POACHING on; next Sabiwtli, Oct. 7, at the U. Presbyterian Church .on Locust street by "rv. X. Brown, at 11 o'clock A. M., and-4. P. GOOD sidewalk ou the South siJo North street is.completed MS fir ns the residence- pf -Jr. Dickinson. CAPT. WittAliD has builf quite n vil- lage I.imself this sjason and liudi' tonaiifa as fast ns he can finish. llaraember tho Centralia Plow Factory, opposite the Baptist Church, -vhcn you want any thing in tlieir line. .TnA.tK3.-Mrs.'James Wilson will pieaso accept our tiitnks a beautiful bouquet made of the 'rarest and richest Dahlias and Many thanks. THI3 A largo and enthusiastic crowd assem- in this city on Thursday, the 4th inst io seo hear rfprsscntativca of the toy- olitts. On the arrival of the .contoininj the distinguished j-ucsts, a f nluto- was flred from a gun manned by Lifuts. IVcllman, WrijUt and veteran Soldiers, while Prof. Deuerlins's Sand made the weltin ring Bith their melwjiou.- music. "At 2 o'clock a Inrge procession led by the Band, escorted the vi-itorsto the ftana, llw-cannun putting regular notes of welcome. Col. Bates received the guests on the part of the citizens, in a brief I tough eloquent speech-oi wel- and introduced to the assembly Uev. Mr. HUNXICUTr. Sept. J- Tlic-AESociation met "at the.uBual Dr. Abbott-, in the MinuUe proved. Fruits on tbs tabJg From, Mr. Pippin and.otbsii. By. Pcuu which' memter'called (FMlians BdnOte 'llia resewbiiu-; the Fall Rppio; but the WeAt; unlcsai.gromt.in li'sKljipa'wllj soil. SEC.] By which measured eleven apple and >ome "others. The regular subject tba apnle, was. np. The PretMeut .wished to hiir th? of the ,aieinhers iiae'-of.jilanirng.. Mr. Oovdaiv's experim'ce-liod iVa fall as' 6esV Und- planted.. out. i ENCAMPMEMI Ho. 102 of ibe Grand Army qi the licpublic will meet every Tuesday eve: nin.S 5l 7 o'clock at Watts' Hall.... SIcmh.ers are re-. Wfio people at Borne- length some of his experience previous and during ibc war th6 difficulties tint.JtiUDxi.t for n true loyal ruan in the South, and showing how by the endorse- ment of the acts of Congress by the loyal North, 'fcfe' diffiwltiw 'can- bo reaisjicd.y Iha Center was' ah "excellent substitute for Gov! BROWNLOW ho was announced to be here, U9t who was in too feeblo health to travel His remarks ive-e cbarnc terizcd autncas and emphasis; and'were received with chccrj of lipplause 'and words'of en- dorscujcnt Of Chicago, Slate Fccator, wns ntxt in'rodiiceil. lie difclniuied bdug a Anrtfrn-loyalifi, but'-was equally n? good, a Northern loyiiliit. lie was simply acting as an to ho IViiiton to our State. Didn't intend lo jnako A speech', but announced his willingness to trade off such'men .-.s Green, the renegade, for the noble and glorious. Lo- gan.; -Asked the-peoplo if thought', the III. Cent, R.-: R. Co.' would make a; Conductor'of ,tho who caused the late Ha-lrond by which one 'of our citizens was killed.' An i.pt illos'- tration of lUe-designs of the Prcsidcnt-to make.Gov- ernmcnt Coiiductora of.ihofo Rebellion... .'After brief, cloquent'ond'forcibij remarks, he took his seAt, nnd GEX. Mwnpliie, Tenu.', introduced.' Though 'not as ttVqu'cnVr.s lib his remarks were very interesting ami the point.; to work until .tho.citizens rf.'the jtirtii! wuld receive such a in. TcnnesFcc as ho lo-day bnd recicvcd urged tbe 'people'to stand by'Congroaj. Garo thenuraeiind record-of'; the editors .Memphis papers who'with one exception are nll'cs- coufedcrato eoldiers who are as bitterly rebellious as ever. Lock'of room-and time prevent aVfrom giving n more comploto.account of tlio day. Suffice it to ay thut the crowd olt satiEfied, and more determined than ever to elect the loyal, ixldieri' ick'ct thisfall.. to, moot promptly. By ord I'OST The. largest wagoh loads and ih'p mp'st of of the biggwt kintl'of apples arc crowding oiir streets daily. Goodiile.'iroirarJ, Iljbbs; and the rest cf them buy, barrel and ship as fast as como and apple orchard-in the fail..' TVhen cut _ during the winter and-aijtiseei m lls which' .ceraied. t J: be irwt-- Part of the iame trees wsre "heeled in'.' .during the- winter nod planted out in the spring; bnt-'tliey-did- not do so' well as. those .till is yet very r.-markable. The President, purchased, in -the   o" North. Oak street, afeuj doors above Dr.Van Drug Store. T. BV RDJIBOLO, M. D.. J. W. 0. SSTDBB, M. AURISTS and, 'W, ehest nut Sts., St. Loaij, Mo. j The Judge and are'doing a big busi- ness in the frait lino. Thf-y. ore both working-, reliable iuen.' -GALE MEitiitTT, the popular 'landlord of the-Union HOUJJ; is and re- modelling his fxtensiva.Ilotel'at DuQuoiii In the most thorough manner. UK table is not trbe ex.- colleJ, and tho weary traveler can alwnya himself comfortable and "at with Merritt and. his estimable lady. call tbe attention of manuftcturers generally to the.fuct that Charley Penae blockading Chas'-uut Street, in front Of-the Hardware Storo..for.several days with pile after pile.pt; wngon hubs, fellow, it, supply an army contract for Wo had no idea that so largo r. quantity of this material was needed its but Char- Ho onja th'sy can toll they buy by tho cargo and ne knows. The-atteniion of our called to the column ndvertijemcnt Orand Gift Entertainment." It is an cntcrprfac which we can'highly recouimeml. It has n solid foundation, and will bo conductsd henorably and fairly. We are acquainted with the parties, all of whom arc.honorable oicn tnd havo.no .hesitation in pronouncing this enterprise superior to any other which has been presented to the public. Try.'. your [Du Quoin Recorder... THE TEMPBRAXCE MASS the Eresbyterian Church -last was -pretty well attended. ;Aftcr singing, by ihc congregation and prayec fey-Rev, J6hn Van Olcve, tho audienco was ndJrissed by.Een. 'Leonard and .Van ftleyp on the subject of Tompsrance. Af tcr Goo. P. Slado Secretary, and singins: several very appropri- ate songs the mcelibg adjourned to meet r.t the Mi B. CharcVon next Sunday at Z P. M." 'A cordin'riniiuiion' is sxtendeil to all. FEAUFUD .'night Train, South, on Tuesday evening, lost, reached n point abt-ut linlf aiuilDBOiitirof Littlo-.MudJy, Hie baggjigc and'cx'prcsj cars and nvo mssc-nger conches were thrown from the track :own an enibiinkmenfnbout twinty-SVp'-'feet-'high, Saintly killing the Mr. the old.ft and best e.i'ginecrs on tho; fcverrly scalding Cnnniiigiiam, liiii Orcni; the cause a mbp laced rail, supposed- to have bcrn pprpetralaJ. by. :sorao fipnd ,.in pillier for the pjurposa of revenge, or for. tbat'of robbing the'safe the Express-JIcMSngcr.': Any puiiishmcntjtnown to the law. is inadt.qu.ite for such fiendish oatraje. i Mr. Georgo woj.aroadfnt 6f thit.-cityjnnd leaves and child to mourn his doath, as. well an a Inrge circlo of friends.. Mr. Goodnlc, Mr: others tbought-that'. (he President must -lia'vo-lijd very for. pljiniin; e bi until.-'yring iiloning wouiil. iwve Air. Goodale uientioaed: that when freS're in in m'sces, they sOuwti'iMk mouiajabout.ths ore atUcked contract Some members -having remarked! that, if Srees were planted '-out. they .Wo succeed well, Mr. Bcunton bnojt.w I'uliL. iu-time? ii'lall and o: Thought. that.wB'-planted loo late ftrn too early in 'spring'. is soon as tlie.It'ayea- begin to drop.'. then-; get.-.eiuibii'hcd somtwhat befurov.ifreciihg- Would never plant' ilr. Goodale, Mr. Myers' knoivif, r.inc.times out of trouble about dry weatbc'r, delayed planting imtil'in May; ivhoii' the grburid wa'a CiOuUili.. li i.l soino; tree? ,soino; tree? MAS.S.'.MBETisa .AT .WAL.NOT Col. Bates, Dr. N. Mr. Abbott, G.- A. Sanders, Etq., and other.distinguished.gentlemen, will bo present tind address thicitizers of Wulnut Hill on the topics of'...the. day, on Friday -niteinoon, Oct.mh. Everybody, lartiw ps- in.vitcd.tu'bo-'prescnC- RICH Charles Suiii- JIassachusMts Gov, L. O.-r, of Soutli Carolina; John H.'Nojes; John :Picrpon't; Hnrrey, and n.IvjifK Chief of other given in the October riuiBbcr-of the Phrindpnical: Jonmaf: Abo, .Social-; Science: WHERE ACECTHB SOAVENREB WAGONS Oursttention to the: nuisances bo- ginning to oxirt about towa, by reason of the tcnts of -the elop barrels, 'ordered by the City Council not.bein? toten away. 'Thcrq ,ia. tho side wnlk.in .the rcar.of JEsq. KurthV office, which has become Wj oflenfiyc, and is bsinjf compiainedi of as a r.mincce. f Whs -isj invites a return ,0n Saturday morning-, last, as engine So. 32 was standing ou the track in front the Depot'of this place, waiting to tnko out.thc. 5 o'clock, A. M. bacn brought out of iboshop by tho-'.fireman, a man nnmo of- Fitzpatrick, a stone mMon, got aboard of it, nnd- startod.up tho track: Tho brakcman belonging to tbe train being on; the 'platform, seins-the enjino about to and supposing it to bt sonic nutrni- gincor, jumped aboard aiw. On reaching tlic up- end of the instead ot backing down to take hold of the train, ho continued ap the road, pulling tho valve wide open and giving all the rpeed possible. Thi? aroused the snspision of Ibe braksma'n, who Purrcplitiously "turned on the soon brought them ton stop, tho fire not having been renewed. ,The mnn then se- cured the ipmtlimi about whicft time tbe arrived on brought tiie whole party back t; the station. .o-o that some land in ;this..rc u'sea-j agnin; Some remarks ivero-hprp'inaae'''ivJtli nothing dgfiiiiteViriU at, ox- thai wo pretty gpncrally .plab.t too ,exprej9ed .theni.elvep6p'posVd.-.tb plum and aHcniathig.: tho most celebrated horticulturists of con- demn this practice as by the pollun; rrliicli.tliKiis upon ca.rnVd by tha beoi.awl The p( Tamaroa.to ;ivo liis _e.xiicrieuce 1'ear cuUuro." iir. Gates would, fclMtuiiiy .Duchtas d'Angau- de B.irtlctt, giving: the'dcbVdcd JTwV wicc tc-'Duciiesa I'uorooKAEti RooMs.-4-JIatlliews, IV. Matiheivs, (he big photojrap'h has flttod up rooms for a over Tomkins' -hardware store, put in a new skylight. Ac., and is now prepared to lake life tiie photo- graphs, in i to tSe beet and inferior to none. A ion5 and a dctcrminatioii to do-work pstroncge conbles pro- uperior inducemeats.- Call and sec over. Tomkins' on Mrs: North .NEAT India .rubber Tobacco Pouches with receivod 0- iacd was a somewhat elevated table, surround'ed by ravines tharg-ayeHufTitficnt druinage. :Thought that ni'ter the three or four'jTa'rs; dmirfu iriu Injariii'iu. Would oulyiuibw'llie" weeds occafionally tlirnush to .TJi.ju'jjUt. Iwarfs via not no-MMKiiil; su limited com- uoaly' Oiled: some their and 'otlieri thought that hpsi; ewes cited.werc.only isolated.casesand.tbat lie natural Pean, oii but ittlt; if a.ny over The subjoct chosen fov nexCnieeVing, cloctiou of applodfur.'tbis region.; It. is bcrft uirattcndancc at tlie 1.' lUccipts.of.tliu Sir; Mr. Gomlalc M M. L. Sec'y. [Tho Secretary'would licfe'bcg the indulgence o4" hu public; while again 'calling, their .'attoKtion rcque.-ts -iu sending any, fruit, rooms Before is 'an greenish groiiud'streaked .with light; red. In consistency :t is libout the same as a bficiij it hns- no stem left upon jiwi lieu disOgureii. i-i melloiv. will' tlie ground yelhv, or y OIVK Had it a long stem, a nhert s tern a a stem or :i atont stem Was ita calyx or timed of.affnl Ilad. it .a vjiifiih or tjlvinh. its'surface, off whicV l l'y, is it, irhea fully njature-JinJ. frccrf, nb-irid, or Nowjras there illuminated, illustrated KdVcrtiiemeni of a big, ninr 295 apples' cuher-of which l hprearewe to tcH-which Therefore, don't expect a name, unless tne H perfect ona and inrituro in.'its colored, its stem and calyx whole iind.pe'r'feCti'lhe'fruiV fully. ripe and. mellow, and if it has a 'bloc-Won iitaVsr- face, -be carcf ally 'preserved by wrap1! pinj; the in soft'oaper.'" "Oa the.IOlhi'Hit., by Bov. B. thii :TO! the 15th by K d MissOKijAW, o lEWSFAPESr NE EWSFAPEEl   

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