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   Daily Evening Magnet, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1868, Decatur, Illinois                                THE DAILY EVENING MAGNET. VOL. 1. DECATUR, ILLINOIS, MONO AT, OCT. 26 18687 NO 170 THE Decatur Magnet HAll.1 WKRKLV ItY 8110 A FF MILLER, am. IT i'n, IAMXI1 HIlnMK. AM MII.I.KR, T H K 13 A I JL, "V ti'il (iv.-ry uvenlriK exeopt Sunduy. Tlio Whi.Ktv every WcdnoMlny. T V, K M S O V DAI I. V Carrier. lo the T K K M h D V W K K li 1, y One I'opjf (ino (Jan copy nix nmntlix.................... 1.00 ol tlviiuupltift, ono fltoo (JlnlM of ton i-uploii, onu of twuntr I'opiim and ono to Kuttor ilpnf tf fnr lubtrnpllimt miul nt oe ntitHpttnitit lnj the i'nih, mi ntlentto, thfm r iniisTM.n. Acorieaiiouilontoi'tlieNow York Eve lllOK PuHl tllltH VuifCH lllU BUMilllUlltS vury Hid jon vvvr Itvu Hunt u ruiliuad Nn if jnii hini) nut, it mlft'it NUCIII to tiviiilririMt Ihnt liiut not livutl nti) wlifiu, iict-umkituf iail- loiulu now rovcuiiij; whole coun- try. But did .urn liru m-nr that pnrtlcttlui- puitit, that very post, uboat u huiulffd mils friiii HIP otuiun n-limtlc opi'iis its tlruuUI'ul tit rout If yon liuvi- not, .von miiy not I'uro for what 1 am Konir! 8I'J- liorhapi Mill not I'lint it, TonHiwood did not rinu lor SmimU'i.t Janp's juw- till Im Ml into it. A boy ivitli n ill HIM it inilu oft' is iinv tiling hut n boy wltli u drum in tho npxt yiiul, mi'iio iK'opIo know, m ijuitc 'iiiunhur tiling. Now, thu HDUinl of tlin ruilrmul wlillo it lusts, in worso tlmn nil tho drnnm In the Givnt Frudviicli's urniy. Snni Wpllor it .is "that am frightful mircum, vicli to huif'n two hiuulriid iiud forty in thu very grcntosl oxtrpintty ul dungi-i unit li'erii's thi'ir two untl totty scMenms in vim.'" But It it win-so limit thnt. His, us it wnri', liio lu.it, shrillest dfiitli- tlinok of nil llmsi' It is tho inuxt none-toitnr- iiiK sound (but over wnsdovisod. It is positively the word. Evety litniily living ten rods of tho road will know very woll wlin! I ni'iini, inn) thut I tmu no goratlon. thin aboiuimrblv nuiaauuu necc.s- snryf Not in the least. A wliiutlt pitched .on n low kity relieves nil tho dillk'tilty und gives nil tho required notice. It U used ou thu Hudson Hivut t ond, and nngwers all the pur- pose at luiiHt uu the lower part ot the mad, at Itvington, I have Iieitrd it. UentleuiDii'n nouiit's stand thickly iiloun Ihuic, nnd I tbink they Imvo dnrlsuil tho remedy. A donp booming tound produced, which is perfectly well hennl, and given coinpixrntively little annoyance. Thin in a nmttiT of more linpoitancc Uuiii it may si'vtn to iniiny, Not only comfort, but health and lil'u uiny bo cuucorued in it. Supposu a person in n orlticnl u patient in a nervous fever, put with groat pains into n hopeful sloop, nnd nwnkenod by this horrible it may be us much as hU life is worth. Wo givolip our laud tu the railroad. It passes Uirotigh our grounds, perhaps through our very gardens. It is n great sacri- llue yet are compelled to make it, and 1110 willing to ninko it for the public good. Ought not tho public, on its part, to relievo the Inconvenience nil much im possible, au3'especially at suiall a cost as nltetiug thu wins ties? TUB BRIDAL VEIL OF TUB Yo SB MITK.--Fnncy a sheet of milk white foam, seventy feet across, falling with n Blight outward curve of one thousand foet sheer descent, shuttered into a spray nour tho foot nud on thy aides, which is blown about by tho wind and thrown back by tho rebound till tho base of tho fall is quite hUUlen--tlien imngiuo thu sun shining through thif boiling mass of foaui and mist, nod watch thu rainbows spanning tho stream in concentric circles, us vivid iw strips of brilliant ribbon, on each eiilu, broken rainbows quiver ing down and othcis rising to meol them, every neighboring bushcrownei" with rainbows, and oven the turf foi rods around glowing with the richest colon, nnd all thoao shifting, changing blar.ing, fading and forming again, til! having exhausted every expression o: delight, yon remain in a kind of silen ocstncy for want of words. As tho sun sinks bflow the cliffs those lovely ilia Dions fade and depart. Is this why ii Is called the "Uiulal W PtnuriN CouuTsmi'. Of al women she is to be pitied who has a slow-paced suitor ho is worse than retrograding one. How admirable liow prompt, how perfectly satisfactory wan tho conduct of the Puritan, win t ode up to tho door of the house wher dwelt the girl of hiu choice, and, hnv ing desired her to bo called out to him said, without circumlocution, "Rachel tho Loid hath sent mo to mniiytheo? when tho girl answered with rrjua promptitucui nnd dovoutucss, Tli Lord's will bo The complete official majoiitio of Pennsylvania foot up a Republics majority of nt Eldoi uclu mid nln IB 1.. B. I'all'Liiti'r, (j.mtiir nt M. unil 7 r M liool ill f. M. ,r I Mmiiv. I'iralillllK Klcliil Vttpllwl eoi-nui uf Wo i und tUu-cls. Kuv. F. (r 'iliuarlu, wtoi. Seivlt-UB at A .M anil 7 r. M.; ibbntliavhonl i t'- Rititeopal Uru- i street of Kldoiado htrcju liuv. iiuiR'l Vnlftud. rector. at .M and 7 r M. Subbatb iwliool at i M. Vttltftt MtetthrfM Corner of ortli Mitln ivnd Cerru Gordo fitrccls. Kev. Moon', pantor. Ht'i-vlcvB at A si. and r. M tmubatb Bubool at 'J 11. iriitiitH of Norlb >ftltu id North slrccu; liar. P. D. r. SorvlcoH tit A. M. and T f. M. eub- atti ficbuol nt 1J A. M. German .Jlflttoillit Kplicopal n Eklonulo atrcot, between Churcb and Un- n Kev. Lewis Herman, iiantor. Sorvl- al IOJ A. M. and 7. r. M. Billionth aolionl at A. .v and v. t'nlrtrtnllil Pralnc Btruet cm uf tbo new oquarc. Rev Mr.-------, pas- r. Services A sl p- aabb.itb lioul'JJd' A. M. Catholic Ciirnor ut North and .ickson itructs. ServlceB by tlio Kcv. Father every nabbath, at 8 A M early riuiaii;   M Mubith ecliool airman MMilitruu ol 'ouil and Edward ilroets Ruv. Mr. Scn'lcce at 10J A. M. and 7 r Official anil City Directory. Iiiyur! 1. e.l'uxli Ut Elwood, Joa Mitts Zd L. Burrowe.L L HawortU 3d JRGoi.u, Ml-'oretmoyer 4th U. K DoiUon.H. PratlXT CliarlO'i H. Fuller rtuniriji- K. L. Krono Autuor frcd Smith Colltetor H Mitchell Hlorney H Croft Vnylnttr Charlua A Tuttlo luftrctMr farthul I, n JcnnlngH y Marital A. Mnnmov H. W. Wajrironer, Samuel ttnd J. N. fuller. Iltjmrlmmitr- Hook and Ladder Co m> I. ...11. F. DoJson, Foreman, I W Ehr umu, Secretary eUlfHCHES AND SOCIETIES. FrrtkytrrimH OB Frairtc street, wtwecn Sfftlu and Clnircli ftlroota. Rev, llam- el Coim. pnttor Bcifiilar nervlccs nt 'cluck .M.aud7 r. aaubatb school, a. p. M. Hecautl PritbgttrlitH Uull. Rev. A. L. pimlor, Regular -1 ln cats free _ .'o'clock, A. 31., anil V p. M. Sabbath vcllool ut 'i l'. M. flnl .llrlkujlil Kfltcoful Vest side now cutnur of Prnlrlo street, uv. L C. PUucr, pastor. Services A. M ml 7 p. 11.; sabbath sclioii] :it S. r. .1. orncr Kaat alalu and oor. Heading room qpoo cvury Stio- excepted, ClroulatluK Library, opou evc- Salurdny, from 1 o'clock, nntll 6 o'clock, r for (Molmngo of books Any uumon maj a life number of tho AtBOclatlou, by 10 payment of or on annual member, on 10 payment of And any member elmll be itllli'd tu all the privileges of tho Association. Mrs. A. A. Powers, President, Mnry Ba- or, Vice President; Mrs .7. E. Junes, t-teclota- i Mrs A T. Tllll.Trcnunier. BKNEVOI.ENT SKOUKT SOCI ETIE8 MK-OM JVr. 8, .1 F. .1. .11.- gulnr ucotlntc, Saturday preceding ill moon every mouth. 0. W. Bright, W. L. Kronn, Secretary Ionic Lo4t' reer and ir.lt Durfoo, Wm. L. Hammer, 'resident; K A Gtlstninn.Siipi'i-iiileiiduut nnd lorlt, STATE OFFICKUS. 3ovcrnor...............Uioluml J >ieut. Ooyeruor ecHtaryTil Stutd........ aidttor of Stiito......... late Tieasuror......... up't Public Instruction. William Bi oss Sharon Tyndulo ......0 H. Miner W Smith Neu'ton Tlati man CONGUKSSME.t. oualira.....Lyinr.li Tiumbull Kich d "i-itc-s lup. State at l.arju.........John A lep Sflvunth Dwt..........11 F H. 'IroinvT-i-U MCCISLATOItS. tato Suiuilor. 10th 11. Cln ney Dial, MISCELLANEOUS. THE BEST LiiMhuti Jtir the Sculp ID On. uiu Hi i uill t in ijoiiut'l lioftlth, ihoreln o.iu-uii; tin- HAIR I'mli'il or gmy, to nsbuino a niitiual cului lit vigor, without aciuit; as a 01 btiuii- K tUo flcnlp, all oL winch tlaun foi1 njotl'fl Improved Hmr RESTORATIVE in tilno a tU't'bsniK lor thu luiir, boro uo disenso of tho flculp U y s notliing Uic least iiijunrjitH IN THE [ulli'iiU train wined if in uiuilc. ll h.tn ocii thoroughly tustiM thu jiufit Diiui1 v ii number of oui kuidhiy; wild the iwt re-suits. imw ful juiililU tt iiroiliu-c u Prcpuratluu its 1-411 il B Moii- St., III Sokl by nil lilsl I'l-ico Dollar per buttle. ASK KOlt WOOD'S l.Ml'KON l.ll. finpti'liiber Id, I8fi8. Iv FULLER CO., A.1JCTIO1V OMMISSION HEBCulHiS AND IJLAI. .Sccoiid-llaad Llbural udvnuoeH iliiuld on >ocial Httisntion givt-n to salon in tlic cit> 01 ountry Store, No. II, Prlont'n liloi-k. Derutur. 111.. Nov. 13.1867-11' City Music Store! LAP HAM CRISfcEY, No. 9, Main Street, Agents for Singer's Sewl, t? Muchnn.- ail and see bolorcpuicbtiainir .'Isuu bcru April 23. 18tiS. TA1RBAIVKS' S'lA.NDAItl, SCALES, FAIEBAiCGREllEAH HO., Lake-si., Chicago. Murkrt-st St. Luna. _ CASKXHt.'I (I "Ui Sold In Decatur b7 O E MortKitousr Co. Oecatai UC7 ly. UO SHI MINE- MILMINE 8L BODMAN, (SuocoBSors to II S. Witlbridgi- ik Co FOUWAHDING AND COMMISSION Wnter WU-ci't, ?OIjB33O..............OHIO fST Propriotori Elevators. jy Libera 1 ndvanfjes mtide on con of property fob Mrs, BLANCHE DUNHAM, Teacher ot Yocal and In- strumental Music. ROOMS AT REVEKE HOUSE BEERS TO i Hon. W. B. States, Collector, Clilcn. cngu HOD W. B. tates, oec, Hon. David Davis, BloorolnKtou. Hon. Leonard Swctt, Otilcapo. J H LMnRston, 1st Nnl'l Bonk, Dccnlu Aprl) 24. 18b8-wtfd3 _ TF TTOTT TOUKOLD LOOKING-GLASS FRAME reflllod. yon can nt PUAKh' JETNA INSURANCE Iliirtl'oixt, Connecticut. FIKK AND INLAND INSURANCE Cliuituieil A. I) Gross Assets, JaiujufiS, TO INDICATE the v.ihu- mill iiM-hiliicns i n VBTBKAN CO. like UK, .HfNA, tho SCUM! will coin nici- uilHl gunt nitntl not uniy liuw PROI-EHIY iwtNs but tills HtcrlliiK nM umipinj- ix-i-fornm iN dm, tu u, public. In JSyonis K IIIIB Pliu Tlu.iniinO fJ.OOO Hum, Twc.nlj.two llinulruil U.aOO-Cliuulii.., LVIIi-gi id Pub. Klght rlioiiBiiliil MOO Stuns unil Jlo, lluhilml null M.iuu Twoiity-Uu, a.UOO-tlniiiiiiiHln Ivk unil lllvu. iUitiM) A or r.o'-srb t-vin nv 51. UUHFfch, TRAVELEKS'lNSUlUNrE OF CONNKCMCl T I1'It MM (.NY i. I M-, Kill Ml IHM.NM, u'( M IM N ltlll.ll t.it l.i m Cash Assols, 50.000! HI KM in llnv. Vic-li-s lotitbnnnff Hi, htncjil', LLIOI-.N i fn-iiti ijn'n 'In mri iiitnj 'i Intil i in inn i L.IIM I VM M, iln ply It 1ST Mule, nt pi.....MIII unM-it tluiii In inn HUT Full inliiinuition im tin- niili ct ul Lilc unit iiml ulciit lii-uii.im c a linil dt Ilic iill'ice of Uiu fin ilnr, M W-VUIil'.N i Dt'HKKK W t H n Hi, Firc Insurance. CJomp'y L, OOZ1X1. Ut> CVMI VM'ITAL, >5 O O to to Surplus. L WOODUI I'li'-uli in UAS1LL Ul'CK, Simuiiiv. E WOUTIllNGTUX, VUT I'livuli H. K. J. SMITH, Otli'l WAHKEN DDRFEE, Atjvuls, t'miti-.il lilobk, Dcialur, 111 INSURANCE COMPAN NORTH AMERICA. PIIILADEM'III.V. UMiANIZEU A. Olih'st Insut'iittce Co. in Amcrhn. Cilpltul tllld .Slllptlls, Jim. I, 'Hut NOlU'lt luitti- Ulii, I" has tjiite Uen In SLUOttoS- UL Hiul UMNTKKUUI'TED oijenitiui tui 74 jyam, in Cadh ilininB Unit itonod (ul toiitliiut'H to its mnvhi'H tu tliorii- Niukiiifi; KUABLK INDKMNITYAOAIXSTLOSSBY FIRE For rulkleo In thu iibtnu STLHLINU OLD COMICS Y ap- ly "VVarreii Uuriee, Agcii YONKERS NEW YORK lei- Insurance Comp'y CASH CAPITAL, Half Million Dollars! 101 Broadway, IV. "V'oi-li, laiius ptomptctl iiiljusted anil paid. >Varrei> Ageula Bi-cntiir, 111 The Underwriter's OF INSURANCE INSURANCE COMPANIES Ol New York City, ENABLES INSURERS to obtain with di. under one policy, linos ot iiifniMin with Kcltalte Cbmpames upon uniform imd pk Cuatomora aro thus saved tlio trouble watching tlio of three uddltiounl pohUes n nd ttu> losaodiiiHtdul ol foiling "itli crushing wetg; upon onu comimiiy wo tlivldid wifh tliB lulvantago to thu amured of umking Imt 01 not of [Jniufd uf I unJ fiotLhotr witli one [Jiirtj. Foliciea iuHtim] nnd IORBUH prooiplly settled theofflcoof "Warren Ancnti, Blcstnr, 111 PATHNTEl) IMPROVED FRENCH YOKE SHIRTS WAKB TO FIT, PATENTED, KOVEMBEIi 1, 1859 S-3" 1'ur vilu by ill I'rinupiil Doalcra nud at hiilesuli- only by UALI.OU BKOTIIEKS "In I'ltcnti'Os, S. Y Citv AND ROOFING! k Paleii 4 K'K nun ,1 in ilnuii C'OM I'll ll, lot illlliilnliM II "I In i in iln, i [mi in Ji M mini i .il, raid ol n..ti-i ..ml uill l.i-l >M (MM Ml, hi, Jf B.iin, II, StiMiiM I uoo'Kijsro, ll.la Mill II ll It bn- [11.Mil I li II. I l III i M III llOI.I llxpi ll.Ul.ll. .11 l! VMll "IllptU Illtl mini ll, I ,_ HIIII- K iilin.iii ufni .11.u JI M Preoiiin DitcWn Macliiiie. I. JLS X VKh NOU tn liunish Ti'iu toi-i.il pun In-, is Milli then i in i inn Oiuliiiii, Al.itliini., m, t Tin- Jl.i'.liiui is M.u-i intu.l tuiiitoni. linn IMllOlU IKI'd.U, I to, iwidl-ut Ihc lop, ,1 tu.i h-i I II tin- ilnt IVoi.i MI to iniu- lii-l .Id, i 111. Ill, 1.1 I l.lphlllll. Ultl, liom HMIt.lloHl ol i.yn Hiuii.lnij in tin ,.....hum, Kioiind to IM ml flAllli. WKULh lii.li.in.il.-i Am iniu] in.it i.ii......H-MMJIJ; Llu- M.ulniii' -i hu Ii lil by .ipnl; m I.) X. J C VMl'MKLL it in ive Hundred Tons sliip II i; io any slu [lou Oir Kalli'onils 10111 Dcrudir, at reasonable Ul EK. K I THE: ui': AMI IKJt St. 01- Ml.IK I. Altn AbiSOCHI IOS' HI-U'OKTS lor Men, on tin- Liinii- ot Ki i-oi's, A Inm i .mil Uisi-iHi iiii-h ik'Kf my til.inly .Hid cli-.it.. lliipi-dinii-lils jo in- iiic.iny ol n.lu-1' .s.-nt tn li. .1 SK.1U.1.N AB jciLliim, Phihuli Ipbm i'a Mum 5. Cords Wood l-UK bALk, tllKAl', lil 1A11TIN FOKST31EYER r. Ki-li I.'', IY And otlicr Havtly Bulbs, S1: X'l K li K E K H K E K K K K WM. LIJfTNEK CO. Wholesale Manul'acturcii ol WOOD PUMPS, Agricultural lunilciuents, Wire Kitchen Safes, UKCATUli. (M.icou t'oiiuti.) ...ILLINOIS July 136S Iv GRAPEVINES OF ALL TUB BEST VARIETIES TIIK SingleVine, OB T ii o u >v TV r> s. ALL VAKllfl'IES WAKRANTED 1KC to IKllllC. Illld Lll6.lp .Is C'llU 111' For biilc by M. AVOOU. Ui-iiitlli-, August ABOUT 80 FEET 3-4 INCH IJOS will be gold clieaii Apply to JAMES klOAFF. LIQUORS. FOR SALE !B.y the Gallon! QUART, OR PINT, CHEAPER Than ;my other house in the city Pure Liquors for Medici nal Purposes, :i i rut tlian can ho obtuincd elsewhere, for siilc .it thu National Sulooo, ou BANK AVENUE, DECATUR, BY B. F. DODSON. M.IJ w. dtf New Spare SaloraaiiilMaifaiit PU.AsrKE IN ANNOUNCING IinspuiUinscdtlioSaloon ami Rest Hiram. tormcilyiiiMicd In 5lr. Hnwrll. on the (..m be lomirt Choioe Li- ds ninos, lU. os I'l'l'lll July 21 lsii7 G15EAT UNITED STATES EA T.Y. CO. 0 Veaey Street, New York., ,.ir u-KUl.li ul1- allgtit '.CruilTnii? i'lBb't tliif wiuiijuusu.oi fio 11 oui uiitlioriie.l Cvitdvnaed Price IllliukJ nil, 70, on, per Ib 70, 80. 00. CO Ib Jfi Ih.lloet; llnnt-'ii it [C.lycn! CO, Jl 26 IK ickj 70, bo, J2 OU.I1 10 Jjinan' Ib. ib! H..IC of tho lumoui SliiuituiiK CuiTi Hi" iWNCY J3IIAJVOW. Ouljng pel Xanklu Hujuu. CnJ) te U round Ciiffn-. I'ui.-HIo, JO. J-i (ml 30c, ills liist liniuil J.t 411 ,1 lut.-ilti.i iui.lii.iiglli un.l ilm.ir.) ;ij nrr ll, ounuiii I'liiil.lumColliBltli, benl.il, tbp -nor 1.) i.u cents per llj lUidir tunnel llu, iluiinir Idol 111., Dec.1- i, ML- ippoinud T 1I1LDK iANIir, AKOIUIMI IhomU. ofourTuia nuil nuoiUei ,n ono found pmk- ,'sntoin Hiiu-li.nisi- in iina ,i Drill! of! iiidinu our Yoik Thin our oilfl tit tlio plicwi tlie> ctti, iiurtliiiHt-d over OHP uiitu., uilli llii. fi.-iglil iRlik.l a fiur illhoiuUKbtiitl r IllLUKUIUNDr. AGENT WARBLE WORKS M. BABfiETT, DEALER IN IlHlinn iiiui Americnn M 33 L E Grave Stones, STAND RIiItCAU TOPS. IRON, CHAIN, OR PICKET FENCE 1UON, OR IMAKBLp POSTS. Shop in Cupp'u building, cornel Nor lain mid Prairie streets. Orders promptly rilled. AilJio.s, Ji BARRETT, II. MUSIC TEACHER, And Dealer in Pianos, Oryans, 3IeIoac one, Latest Sheet Music, and GENERAL MUSICAL MERCHANDISE S m-. attcnted to__ FREESE VAUCHAN DEALERS IM Lumber and Grain FLOUR, MEAL, ETC. The bigheat market price in CASH for leal( Corn, Oats, Rje, larle] AND FLAX-SEED. JSf COAL kept constantly oo bantl. Decatur, January tf   

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