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Centerville Citizen, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1872, Centerville, Iowa cMTiwtttt. AfMiwou oniolnl Pnper of the County. year. In II lr not pntd lu NOTIOK TO PATRONS. I'ntll fnrthtr notleo tho manmtomcfitof Ihlg oMeo will rotaata hands of O w. MMBBITT. who bus MltbofUy lo receive Hud recatpl for nmke or trinnot lurtpblod ror or roiinontwl to cull nt their earliest eoti vcmonco and make us onr nro now low to Keoakta lo lontr nnpald. M. M WAtntnt PER ANNUM. CENTERVILLE. IOWA. OdTOBER VOLUME 9. NUMBER 21 AXHTEItTISEMpKTai Inserted on special contract. No tnanent adver- tisements tnserlcd paid for in advance. Legal for tfct tn and SOceeU per for each Intertfon after tbvtnt. havfron hiada the latect ttjles of tjpe aod and are prefMieHo ALL KINDS OF JOB-WORK at as low prices as tbc Eaouuiaallty of work can done m the larse ciUtti The triumphant election of Gen. the Republican candidate for Governor of to bo accepted a sufficient indication of his character from the grave brought against it. In addition to that wo have the testi- mony of the New York one the most impartial of political jour- iiols in and one of the least inclined to cover up corruption in any quarter. Shortly before the the Nation said ong the few things ctrtnln tn the ptr- ft cnnvnw In Pennsylvania wo trmy cmmt Mr George H. the eminent Philadelphia nncl n mnn of consideration In thtit nnd of weight in the religious is one of mnnr who certify nf- trr direful examination of the Wlldcrnew of elmrgcs broiiehl nuninst Hurtrnnft. they find him nrnl fttlviso his election. Mr whose singular coarse Is not the lenit of the nnomnlleg of the Is n henettc'mry nf ihe Evnns corrnptton fund. Governor Cnrtln. in his nt his hotno in snid thnt t General ttnrtrnnfc ho hml nothing to except that ho allowed himself to the governorship under the. auspices of the Cnmeron ring nnd the Cameron ring is not the C'irtin ring wo must recol- hut iti victorious enemy These together with the enthusiastic indorsement of Hnrtrtinft by his nil of whom appenr to think very well of him as a have inclined tu to think him a calumniated innn. Alluding to the charges of sympa- thy with which have been freely brought ngninst Senator the St. Louis Globe ri-callt the fact that w hen the Fifteenth Amendment was pending In the Uni- ted Henry Wilson tnoM-d that the first section should be in form as follows shall be no discrimination In any Stuic among the citizens of the United in the exercise of the elective fran- chise in any election or In the qunl- ilirnttoni of office In any on account of educa- or religious This form of the amendment was lost n small owing to the tin- willingness of some Senators to exclude mi t'ditemional teit. But it conclu- by its including the words and that Mr. WiNoti had no sym- pathy with the prosfiiptivu features of the dead nnd gone Know-Nothing movement. State Items. Sioux City full a slight shock of .in earthquake on the Oth inst. The Clay County Ifnrs sajs its wheat fields will jield thirty bushels to the acre. The building of the railroad bridge across the river nt Clinton has been commenced. A middle-aged drunken woman was one ot'tho dighli on tho streets of Mils catine on Monday. The young Davenportor is missing who lately married a girl after an ac- quaintance of tour weeks. County will vote at the ensu- ing genet on tho question of increasing the number of its v isors lo five. The new pork-packing establish- ment at Cedar T. M. Sinclair has n capacity for packing four thousand hogs a week. Encouraged by tho immense crops just tho farmers of West- ern Iowa are this year sowing a great- er mnonnt of fall wheat than ever before. E. A. a St. Louis drum- wiitcs to the Dubuque Jfiratd that he was knocked down in the streets ot Waterloo last Saturday tv oiling and robbed of The thus ndvcr- gentleman who lost his false teeth while chasing a poor wid- ow woman's can have ihem by calling at this office nnd paying The Tekyraph says that the grand jury of Mitchell county have indicted tho Board of Supervisors of that county for drawing pay for more days service than the law ot the State allows. P. W. of Deep Clinton has 140 acres of broom corn which stands twenty fuet high. Some of it been it averages pounds to the ntre. II. C. a boj 10 years ono of a party of while niching some entile at Storm Laku on sat dovv n on the railrond track nnd tell lu-n the express train ran over him. The Fan field Lnljer of the 3d records tho golden wedding of Mr. fend Mrs. Hemy W. and says that 4ady's nged 01 was present on the occasion as many a woman of 50. nnd The Cedar Rapids Republican s.nys thu Cudnr linp'uls and Minnesota R. R. Company control more miles of railroad than is controlled by any other company in the State of footing up n grnnd total of 428 miles. The lown City Republican couples Senator nninc with an item not is snid by tho initiated ttint Senator Allison ia Boon to lead to the tillar one of Burling- ton's fair Miss tiMJOtt of the late Senator Mr. Allison is a widower some forty-two yearn of nnd Miss Neatly is in the full bloom of twenty- five or A Lowell claims that she won her husband by n stratagem. Ho fell in the she grabbed and when he came to tho snrtnoo ho wns vary mnoh proposed risge. The Dooorah papers claim that the fastest running time over made in Iowa was at the raoo in that the other between Ole Johnson nnd a nt the Winneshiek County mile heats host three in five. Ola Johnson won tho race in nnd The rnco wns on a hnlf mile track. Klknder witnessed n daring nnd brutal attempt nt jail breaking on the 6th inst. While thu jailor nnd hie nnd in tho Inrgc hall locking tho prisoners the six in assault- ed knocked them beat nnd locked them up. The jail- or's wife had locked the door to the hall niter the jnilors. When tho had oecnrcd the jailor they tried to make the woman open tho tot luring her hu.sband so she could hoar it. Hut she Htood and pcrcnmrd I'm1 help. Next the prisoners took a bench for a battering- nnd wore pounding heavily upon the door when help having been nrouscd by tho woman's scronms. Tho citizens entered in nnd subdued the hen they were put in cells nnd ironed. The though bndly were not ser- iously hurt. lion. M. M. Member of Conttres-t from thli dNtt delivered n splendid speech in llic City Inst Tuesday eve. The audience was not as large ns wo should like to have seen owing to the M. E. Con- ference those present were well plented n ith his temnrks. Ho defended Gen. Grant from tho ca- lumnious charges made ngninst him by his enemies nnd tho enemies of thu Government. Mr. Walden was pres- ent at familiar with Gen. nnd knows that tho charge of drunkenness made ngninst him is that ho was not a drunknrd is not thnt he hns promptly nnd on nil occasions frowned down nnd pun- ished his ndministrntion tins been a complete financial- ly nnd his Indian policy hns been n groat fiiccc'-s. Mr. Wnl- den completely vindicated tho charnc- ler oflho President HP up the wotkingt nf the Kii-Klux clans in the and explained the celebra- ted Kit Klux law thnt we hear so much and which bill Mr. Wai- den voted -showed what great power it conferred on tho and how that power was not in a sin- die or used to further his own ends n man who could thus administer the nff.iirs of Government so honestly nnd could be safely with the reins of government for a second term. Mr. Walden showed that tho people and not the President arc ipspnnsiblo for the cor- rupt mon receiving Federal appoint- ments. The people through their con- ventions nominate they make tho nnd the President must trust their honesty and judgment for proper officials. If the people will purify the fountain mnke the office hunt the nnd not the man hunt the then polities will be puier. Thu speech had tho right and shows the hon- est heart and whole there is in the who though defeated for nomina- stumps the District for tho tick- Oskaloosa Herald. Peter Tho N. Y. Eoonny Post hns the following mention of this venerable Methodist preacher who lately passed Tho Rev. Peter who was born in Virginia in was for a longer time Presiding Elder of the Methodist Chin cli thnn any one of his predecessors or nnd his missionary entered upon when tho region bejond the Cumber land Mountains was a form no inconsiderable pnrt of the his tory of Methodism in America. His in which ho has re corded the singular experiences of his wonderful has many a strange and deeply exciting pnge. At the ago of one-and-twenty ho tolls us how ho struggled with sinners at camp-meet ings in the woods of strug- gled with tlirm in a double re- proving and chastising their sins with spiritual and bodily weapons. When a riot was made as not nnfri'qucnlly by the godless young of tho the sturdy young preacher anil restored order vi et armis. Though he did not seek to -----prove his doctrine orthodox By npnitnllc blows and ho was ever rondy to stand up to the defence of his fnith ngainst all assail- nnd mnny n disorderly sinner hns gone down before Peter Cnrtwright's strong arm. it is thni when some one threatened to tho fighting preacher I never like to live in dread. I you realty intend to whip come and do it The mnn continuing to mcnnre nnd tho unterrifiec Petor dismounted from his horse nno walking up to tho snid you to whip ns yot or stop cursing will put you in the nnd bnptize yon in the name of tho for sure ly you belong to On nnother Cartwright wns proach ing before the Nnshville Conference the time-serving whose pulpit he seeing Genera Jnckson standing in the over nncl said in a loud rrnl Jackson has conto Genera Jackson lias come is Gen ernl Jnckson cried Cnrtwright in n voice of ho don't get hi soul God will damn him a quick as he would a Guinea negro.' In both instances the pluck and inde penitence of the man sained for him the esteem nnd confidence of the he confronted. The person whom h proposed to baptize in the nnmc of th devil supported Sim tho next year fo public nnd General Jackso ever aftefcwardM trented him greatest consideration and respect. One line'of the celebrated tapeslr at worked byri.Htlc StnmTish's my 'hart' to thy girl sbo mast have fiotton Post. la he yoir on tho mountain steep Nmv lingers long ihe wnrrn MA Burgeons ylng by alow degrees Into Ihe Cclicloua night. ho fatal triumph ofthc perfect the wood'n mignllleent Boyonil. Iho purple mountain heights nppcar And slope tiu with slow Inics Illi. Ihho branches Ihe lender from his lop of Hortlullo wmcs Ilia scarlet hair 'hero Spring flrtt hid her Inlets 'nealh the Whcro Summer's Infers fold on ho rod rase now burn The Icaxcsol lie loftiest lowliest flowering The fnlrnct fruit of aenson and of II near alike Ihe mood of tho eupcrb Autumnal clime Nnhtro ponrs her last and noblest n ino beside Ihe singing streams cdlnes enchanted wrapped In Impassioned Ureuins. thepnlntcd leaven urn fulling.' AmonK the beyond the further hura alts and and And lingers still. nd hear Ihe voice among the A Milcc that moana among Ihe hanutcd nd with the mystery of sorrow nils The solitudes at while gay autumn gllda I he fi Hit and And diMh her fairest festal garments ol all uolseleM. In hla mighty Binds up the year. 10 shelf which never Is The reaper whom your souls beseech In lie lost which ncvei may be found. Or loved again. saw what we are and tljer'e- an evening or two he called the inevitable interpretation of his remarks a misrepresentation or perversion. He remarks which I made last evening have been have I perverted into an expression of a present a pres- ent that any State has a right to dissolve this Union at its own good I ut- terly repudiate and condemn that sentiment. I do not believe that one 'or that ten or that even a majority of all the have a or Constitutional right to dissolve our does Mr. Greeley mean by saying that if to day there were two modes of saving the war or he would appeal to a of the Southern If one State or ten or or Southern have not tbn right to dissolve the why would he haven vote upon If Mr. Ureeley's speeches have helped we very much mistake both the patriotism and the perception of the people whom he addressed. Orreeley on the Stump. Harper's Mr. Greeley's speeches in Pennsyl- Ohio nnd Indiana will not help is cause. lie is an experienced pol- and he understands the art of political but no man an escape and the public pinion ot Mr. Greeley's fitness for lie office he seeks cannot be changed y these speeches. They show that pon the most vital political question t the war he is cither not in accord 'ith the principles thnt prevailed in iie or that he does not know vhat he does think. These are his rords at Pittsbnrg. Alluding to the eeinning of he says denied that the great majority of lie Southern people were against the Jnion. I demanded that there should e an free that 'Oulhcru people might have an ntet unconstrained nnd if liey if the people of the outh said they wanted I consent to it I knew they ould And he if the nation was o bo and there were just wo modes of saving trust the hnnccs of civil war or the chances of free vote of the Southern would very greatly prefer to take he 1'Uter chance rather thnn the for- The first statement is exnctly that f Davis nnd the secession 'heir they solmnly voted 0 secede. Mr. Greeley's iat if there had been nn open nnd ree election they would not havo one is a mere theory. It is very Icnr thnt the dominant opinion of tho feeding States was in favor of seces- ion. If the people of the South said lint they wanted I would onscnt to Is the man who says lint the mm to be made President of he United Slates in In his icssage as Mayor of the city of Now Fernando Wood sug- upon similar that the ity might find it wise to secede from he State. It is n doctrine which is sub- ersive of all political What t except an opinion is no section of the country known as nnd to speak s Mr. Grcelcy as if it express- el a certain is to talk non- ensc. The theory is as true of and of and and and the as of Then ho remark becomes a declaration hat if the people of any part of the country said they wanted he would consent to it. Very a State is part of HIP country. If tho doctrine is true of six it is true of one. And it is therefore a plain statement that if a majority of the they in a political arc the nny State vote for Mr. Horace Gree- cy is in favor of for at Pittsburg 10 did not say thnt he had changed iis opinion. And saying he touts the soldiers of the and about clasping hands over a jloody chasm. lie proceeds to sny thnt if there were but two modes of snvinft the he should prefer to save it by 1 vote to saving it by a war. Who Who prefers a war to a Who ever did prefer Did anybody prefer it in 1860 or '61 He xpresses the opinion that if a vote tad been taken at thnt time in the eceding they would not have seceded. But if he is how If a minority vote to then Wonld Mr. Greeley take the result ns a proof that the vote was not or would he let the State Now mark tho mark what certninly seems like duplicity. He first snys that if thai the they want- ed he would consent to it. But he then if there were but two modes of saving the a vote or a I should prefer the vote. Yet if the vote were for il would of bo a mode ol saving the nnd therefore he would resort to war. That is to having declared that if a Stnte votec to secede he would he further declares that ns secession would not save the when he had ascer- tained that the people wished to he would make war to force them to remain. How heartily _the clear-headed and consistent secession ists must despise their blustering If Mr. Greeley's views in his Pitts Imrg speech are there is no Union. The whole nation is nt ol nny handful of mnloon tents. If the vote of people o the may dissolve the Union so .may the vote of any o nny county in any Style. This speed of most carefully consid ered. It was intended to show hi position upon an essential question and there is no donbt of tho sign if cnftce of the words Mr. Greeley titled Bat at .Cincinnati be recalled 'every he had rOf course his as section that be' did not think the State wotild seceded had they had fair election of no importance because he had conceded that th secession1 Of a State might be deter mined by n1 vote. But the rnonrtn his speech was printed eyeiybod The Referring to the recent destruction by fire of tho Escurinl palace and mon- astery in the Chicago Trfatne gives this The Escurial was n monastery of New in tho Province of Mad- and about thirty miles fiom that city. It was built by Philip and owes its according to the com- mon to a vow made by thnt monarch during the battle of St. Qiien- Aug. 10th that if he was successful he would dedicate a mon- astery to St. known as St. who endured mar- tyrdom by being roasted upon a grid- iron. The Escurial was commenced in 1503 and finished in nnd was built in the form of n 744 feet from north to and 580 feet from east to west. Long courts rep- resent the towers at each angle the and an used as a Royal the handle. It was intended to serve as a mauso- and nnd has a chapel with three 320 feet nnd 320 feet in height to the top of the cupola. The or Panthe- as it is is nn octagon cham- ber 36 feet in diameter by 38 feet in on tho eighth side of which re black marble contain- ng the remains of the Spanish Kings nd their none others of the loyal families being allowed bnrial lere. previous to the nek of Escurial by the ontnined printed and IS. being mninly treasures f Arabic literature. There was also mncb treasure-trove in it in the way f pictures and other forks of wfcich Philip II. brought ack with him from his wars in the Fatherlands. At the time of its com- tho Escurial was the eighth wonder of tho but for years ast it has slowly been going to nd has only been kept in partial re- air by frequent grants from the Gov- rnment. Unless the grand works of furillo nnd Velasquez were there which have sometimes been kept it is not probable that the rorld ofart has suffered materially in destruction. A Drunkard's IFrom the Iowa Falls The world's history is full of stnrt- ng examples and warnings o the drinker of rum. Hardly a com- mnity exists but has had its own vie- hardly a family but has its own either near or telling ow the fiend crept in and took one vho was loved. Almost in our neighborhood has an- ther of these dread examples come to We refer to George a 'ifted mnn who has just died of ab- ect want nnd filth at Waverly in our State. Let all young middle- iged men and boys read his history iriefly told below and in God's name nke warning. Lindley was unmarried and ubont fifty-five years of age. He sUid- ed law with the late Gov. f New Conn and won dis- inction by his management of cases n the Supreme Court of the United States. lie was also for a time j udge f the Circuit Court in New Haven Conn. lie fought gallantly nd received honorable wounds in the tfexicnn for which he received a colonel's commission from President The colonel was nt one time of the celebrated diamond soal company of -Ohio. On leaving .hat concern be came west nnd em in various business enterpris and generally with until his love of strongdrink overcame him. s latest business was editor and mblisher of the News at Waverly. A year ago or more his habits be- came snch that ho was obliged to re inquish his and from that time his career downward has been swift and sure. For two months past iis lodgings have been in a tin watched and uncared wasted his life away. What a snc ending for a man who bad adornec many high and was fitted to Hll any place to which he might be The other day a clergyman found on the floor of the postoflice nt Mt a check for drawn on the Tenth National Bank o New York payable to the order of Col. George W. Demo cratic candidate for Congress in Ninth Ohio signed by Fcrnao do Wood and indorsed on theireverse side by Morgan. The check was re turned to and acceptec by him as his property. The' Demo oratic and Liberal' speakers and jour nils of .Ohio have been.howling abpn Radical cqrijuption being used in Ohio. is Wood's money doing is well known as a leading spirit' in the Greeley and people are inquiring if he is sending his mone into the State to control the elections How much money have thn Tammany iles contributed to the fund in. Ohio And what are thei contributions to in Penn Com. t A news-vender in'-Berlin was fine recently 'twenty- thalers for1 bavin sold a of Woodhull Weekly. The Family of an Ohio Soldier Made Rich by a Tennesseean. the Cleveland PUlndealer Our neighboring c'ty of Tiffin is just now deeply interested m the sequel of a war ep- shows how romance some- times creeps into the events of real Early in the wa' Tiffin and vicinity had a sort of itinerant Albright preacher nnmed Downey. Upon the breaking out of the war Downey entered the sorylce as a Cap- tain in one of the Seneca and when the government decided upon em- ploying negro he became Colonel of a colored regiment. During the campaign in his regiment chanced to he encamped upon the estate of Col. Washing- near Nashville. The regiment seems not to have been under the best discipline ami its black desperadoes were disposed to eivc free rein to their brutal instincts They seized Col. Washington and threaten- ed him with instant and also set about destroying the elegant family man- sion. Col by great and at the imminent risk of his own succeeded in rescuing Colonel Washington from and in the mansion and other property from destruction. Colonel Washington felt profoundly grateful at the time for Colonel Downey's brave exer- tions in his and promised never to forget them There the matter nnd the wild scenes with which Downey was surrounded soon drove it out of his mind. He remained at the head of his regiment till the war wns and then returned to Tiffin and settled down into a quiet domes- tic life Not long ago ha leaving his family in straightened circumstances Mrs Downey was driven to her needle for sup- port. She and her children lived in their humble with little thought that a great change was soon to be wrought in their condition. Recently Colonel Washington when it was ftrand that he had -willed his consisting of in bonds and nnd three hundred acres of improved land situated a mile and a half from whole valued at 000 it be heirs of Colonel Downey. Israel J. a son ot the deceased has just returned from whither he went to see about the bequest. He found everything concerning the will as stated above The executor of the estate was in Tiffin on arranging details of the transfer. The history of the rebellion contains few more romantic episodes than this. The Brain Worker's Hull's Jonrnnl of Whenever a thinker or or scholar gets into that condition when he feels very tired all over at the close of the espe- cially tired in the legs from the knees down- he ought to take heed to kindly na- ture's the brain is giving not that he is but he is getting into that nervons condition which makes instant abandonment of all mental applica- on most imperatively necessary j without ich prompt action the whole machinery of nervous system may become nd months and years may not suffice to the it means that the nerv- us energy is that there is no Utility to send it to the these norgies have got such a set toward the rain that their consumption is that fli- 'the magnet is drawing all nto itself. It is just at this point that the movement urc is the most most applicable nd uiost physical motion of the and little or no action of the 0 us to change the current of the nervous ow and set in another to parts hich must need and thus establish an quilibrium It is wonderful to note the liauge which a single day's excursion to he country will especially if several ours are spent in walkingor on ut if a man has been suffering with weak egs for he cannot expect so prompt change in his feelings. If over-anxious wives have licse feelings from tho responsibilities of lousehold the generous husband will ie them to the country right or if 1 the country will bring them to lie seeing its sights and walk- ng its the ruts of the nervous cnr- ents may be changed nnd the necessary re- nirs before sleepless nights come on r the lightning stroke of the or the undcring ofthc heart-strings close the his Money in Horace in one ot his Pennsylvania denounced the use of money at and insulted the people of North arolina and Maine by the assertion that hey were bought up. In 1808 Horace Sreeley wns a member of the Republican National Committee. He then offered a esolution that not less than should raised for election purpose.and assigned lie quota of contributions to be made to nch of eight States. And now he prates about the use of money at There are prevalent upon tlie subject the most nistakcn and exaggerated notions. Money s undoubtedly raised and used lor election by all parties. Meetings cannot torch-light processions got mnners raised or canvasses made without nnney. Halls must bo rjlatforms printing and advertising bills and the expenses of speakers paid. In some cases the speakers themselves require to be jaid liberally. This was the case vrlth Carl Schurz in and we presume is so now. 3ut the amounts raised are greatly exag- gerated by the party Press nnd common ipinion. though Mr Grceley n for the sum actually raised did not amount to During the iresent campaign money is also being raised jy both but we venture to assert hat neither parly has gent to any of the States in which elections have taken place anything like the amount of money which ms been reported. We also believe that Grceleyites sent twice as much money o North Carolina and Maine the present year as did the Republicans. The Greeley ites are so hard up for money that they arc promising offices as an induce- ment to people to subscribe. This is very much like the bonds of the Southern Con payable thirty days after the rec- ognition of its independence Y. Times After the Memphis Avalanche For the past six or eight weeks great numbers of squirrels have been noticed inv migrating from Arkansas to At the foot of Island as fur down as a distance of some twenty-five where the Mississippi ia about thrce-fourtbs of a mile in the squirrels have been in the habit of swimming the and dur ing the time named great droves arc known to have crossed. As the steamer Celeste passed up on her last trip to Hale's Point she nearly ran over a little and the high waves made by the boat's whee swamped him so that he drowned while the vessel was in sight. On the down trip of tho while wooding at Brown's several squirrels made the banl Irom the opposite so much exhausted that they were barely able to creep up nn der the where they were easily capturefl'by the and 'they are report ed to be in an exhausted condition after their long by numerous people re sidjng near the who have been notic ing ineir movements for some time past Whether the mast is short in Arkansas thi and starvation is thus driving them over the wide Mississippi in search of bet ter nut or whether it is merely i frcak.of fancy on the .part of the sqnlrre Is something that pnzrTeff the rive folks up the country no and is aqttes tion which no fellow Is able to solve jus now. Business Cards. C. Eeal Estate Conveyancer and sole Proprietor of System of Title bought and Taxes conveyances on equitable terms. Having compiled with great a com- plete Abstract of all the Real Estate Titles in this I am prepared to examine Titles with great facility and more correctly than any other in the County. Persons de- siring to buy or sell Real Estate.examme Ti- will find it to their advantage to call upon me at the Treasurer's Office in Iowa. W. OTIS CROSBY. JOSHUA MILLER. MILLER Attorneys at South Side of the Public over Joseph Goss' Store. IOWA. Office in J. Rummel's Store Special ttention to estates of di mak- ng drawing Bounty and Pension Agent. P M. 31. ii PHYSICIAN AND conium. Iowa. TPXCELSIOB DENTAL ROOMS. DR.H. W. Surgeon and Mechanical IOTTB. All the branches of Mechanical DentiMry cxccu'ed the best manner. Having given ihls brunch of ic Denial Scienci most of my attention fur a mini- er of lean promise all who may give me heir pal ronaze that tnelr work vv 111 be done In Hie est style Hets can be obtained at from to perfect Imitation of and made to eat with all and ctamlne specimens nnd lime nnd onov. Ofllce two doors vvcfat of the Post Office Keystone Side of the Iowa. J. If. Omnibus to and from all trains. Good ttabling in connection with the house vs. amusing inci dent of the campaign has just come to ou knowledge. Two neighbors in tho town o Eureka went to Fttnmngton one afternoor to hire help for the harvest They took home with them seven nothing hav ing been snid by. either as to division Ir the morning Farmer P. proposed thath would take all the Greeley and Farm dr I might 'hare all the Grant t which Upon callin tho roll every one the were fo whereupon Farmer .F cried peceat and. some other modp of distributing th labor wns resorted ffatette. _ 'Tho ladles should remember that 1 year is tbreo-qnarters gone C. Attorney at otary Public and Collecting Office in the Oourt-Hoase. 13T'A11 business entrusted to his care ill be promptly attended to. Attorney and Notary Jt. PHYSICIAN-AND SURGEON. All calls promptly attended by day or ight. Special attention given to surgicil uses. north-west corner of the Iowa 44 tf. H. M. and Iowa. v8 n2-ly calls promptly attended to c. ohns Appanooso i onsultation confidential and free. All calls romptly attended 8 4m. A. IOWA. calls promptly attended to 44 Continental ast etdc Public This large brick is a first class en- ircly ncw.and furnished in the best of vith 33 rooms and sample room. No pains larod to insure the comfort of guests Om- ibus to and from all trains Good stab'c nd attentive hostler C. CAMPBELL Iowa. draw receive nake and clo a general banking usiness. STOCKHOLDERS BOWEH. S W W.P VERMILION. C CAMPBELL H. A. R1CUABD H. 3D E E General Life aad lire Insurance OFFICE WITH West side of the Public loiva. laving no other and represent- ng none but First ChxbsCompames.all who nsnre with me will find their interests losely guarded. LE GEORGE PRATT CITY LIVERY. Pine Lumber. MICHIGAN AND WISCONSIN PINE LUMBER. GLAZED. For sale cheap for CASH at Beaham Steele's On the street leading to the depot J ELDKLUGE A ELDKIDOE. Centeryillc Nursery. Eldridge Dealers and propagators of all kinds of FRUIT AND ORNAMEN AL Floucnncr llousc and Osngc Plants and Mipli. Trees. The e named firm has ncrrranintly located ut ftudoflers to the Public for Fall and bprmg trade 125 Apple. 8 009 Plumb trees and Grape of one jcirs gr vvtli at liberal rates AndaUo will fur nisli anything m the nursery hue from tvvo-to five years' growth from an nurscrj andvviP guarantee stock. A B VKBER AND HAIlt CcnKrv Cooracr ofthc Iowa rrnos. p Notary Public and Collection Iowa. Will write take Ac- know Office north-west corner Ptihlic Square 43 ly. GOODS vJTJST AT J. E. WALNUT I invite all my customers to call and ex- amine my and as i am readv to com- pete with close prices Produce ot all kinds that I can convert into cash taken in exchange for goods. AT HIS OLD BUSINESS. WM. Three Doors West of Wlitsell's KEEPS V STOCK OF GAODtEG HABNEGG And everything in his line of warranted as represented. 15tf Home Insurance Company of New York. The Home has paid every dollar of her Chicago losses and comes out ith an un- impaired capital Patronize the and all the time H. H. 35-ljr Iowa. Line. Tht- Centemllc nml Moulton Flack Liac Tvill run follows. LEAVES. ES Monlton at S a m. Ccntcn at 11 a. m. ille at 1 p m Moulton nt G p m. Make connections wilU triins at Moulton and Llle IT .Jin WALTER Prop r HARNESS SHOP. south of Howcll's store. Centerviile. Iowa. Kccpo constantlj on hand a good stock of Saddles and Ilirness. mannfact'ire to order and guarantee any- thing tn hi- line Spcciil attention to carriage and tnmmmc trade is solicited A shate of the 37-ly. R A JOHNSON C M. MAIS. Fouth west Corner of the Puhlic CENTER IO OGLE Proprietors. Feed and Sale Stable. Passen- gers taken to any part of the county. Good outs furnished on short notice. Good for all Traveling Agents at low rates. Horses boarded by the day or week. fcSTBus to and from all passenger trains to anr part of the City. igrOmnibns five for one dollar can be bought at the office of Ogle Pratt Single S5 cts 17-tf J. C. Jfartln. 3. W. Bashaw. MARTIN Manufacturers of all kinds of WAGONS AND South of the Have constantly on hand wag- ons which they sell at the iow- ________ est prices. The material used comes from the is of the best is well can warrant ev- ery wwron for two All repairs p_er- tnininRto blackstnithlng'and- wagonmaking will receive prompt attention. Give them a call. 32-tf. JOHNSON Wagon and Carriage Ceiiteirville. Iowa. 'Ihcj talce pleasure m s lying to their old customers and the public that they are prepared to do anj thins m the blacksmith busi- ness. Special attention to horse shoeing and repairing of all kinds bati-fic ion guaranteed They can be found at their new south of Bea- ham bteclL s on the lold to the depot J. P. Ullrich BLACKSMITHS. Wagon and Carriage East Side of Public Manufacture lo and Nothing but the best ma- terial and satisfaction in all cases guaranteed. Repairing done on short no- tice attention given to horse shoeing. With a number of years we think wo can give entire satisfaction in this branch of the business. N. R. B. notes must be when due. The Notes and Accounts of J. I. Ong are' due.' Save cost by settling at TTtis call means business. Just Arrived. A fine assortment of Silk Mixed To he sold at the ruinous price of per Worth in any market 00. Goats for Pants and Vests for In fact a good substantial suit for Those bargains are to be_ given in C terville but for a short time. Get yc Fall and Winter Clothing while It may I had for liltle money. WM. MODE COOK. New Grocery. For family groceries go to the PHILADELPHIA GROCERY Wist bide of the Public Square. A Complete Stock WOODEN- DRIED AP- PLES and PEACHES. SMOKING TO- VINEGAR. BUTTER DRIED A2SD CANNED FRUITS. The best brands of FLOUR Constantly on hand. The highest market price paid for Coun- rv Produce J B. SPOONER. FIRST NATIONAL Iowa. WILL DISCOUNT NOTES And other evidences of Receive BUY AND SELL GOLD SILVER IOWA NEBRASKA LANDS FOR SAUE'BY THE Burlington Mo. River EL R. Co. MILLIONS OF ACRES On Ten Tears' Credit at 6 percent. Interest. art principal clue fortw e ninth yearly tllrpatd ID f ucts will pay tot fund an then No part principal clue fortwo only one ninth yearly tllrpatd ID fall. t Products will pay tot fund and implements the limit of this generonncredlt ISir'Bettdr leroiB were never are not and probably novcr will he. i CIRCELAK giving foil partlcnliirs arc supplied any to induce to emigrate with them or ta forma are invited to ttsk want to itiattlbnte.' Apply to UEO.S. For at And for Ncbr.islta at Neb. Moravia Nursery. We have at our two miles and a half South-east of A large slock of Apple and Cherry o two and tlircc years' growth Withanum her of years after testing over 250 we feel safe in guaran teeing satisfaction to our customers. The business has our entire attention. Farm crs arc invited to call and examine our stock Orders receive prompt attention. 1 If. A. C. REYNOLDS Sos. Tk L 'STRIOKLER'S Xilvery and Feed. BUY AND SELL LOAN MONEY On Personal Will Make Collections ON ALL ACCESSIBLE and attend to all matters pertaining to s General Banking Business JOffX Cashier. II. President. omccTORS H. A. E. R. WM. J. A. TALBOT. Bank open from 9 a in to 4 D. m Sturgeon fc 1 HAVING OPBSED A WELL SELECTED STOCK Groceries we ask the public to calland enmine and we will prove to them that WE O-AJCT WTT1.T'. SE3 BETTER AND CHEAPER GOODS than any other as we hare THREE YWT important- advantages over other houses in town t i Qur Goods are all andPBESH. j bonght dnce tbe'redattlw. I of the Tariff f i J1 We SELL FOTl conseqnently we will have Hear the Soath-west Garner the ttorscs and carriages' to let 6n .terms. Gothl stabriBgjSndcarefulattentlan those to feed. HrSlonk-'yrtrds Fairrjanlt's Scales attached. PRODUCED Uto gggjjfr
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