Jones County Liberal in Monticello, Iowa
28 Nov 1872

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28 Nov 1872

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Jones County Liberal (Newspaper) - November 28, 1872, Monticello, Iowa Thurs few nov. 28th, 1872. Monticello station. Loinz eat. 0 00 a. M a Oitim it. Nth Fraulis i swum Law a to Mccot ii j r. Sta newest Ini r u a t. I i. We. A. A a. I. As s a k " pm tuft North. Liong South. 2 i3. Matto a r n Wojs. A. & to. It. M. 11 3.1 a a of Otto Junction. Oing k. It.m12 Al. I pm ,. A. Olix cies sur t. C. m. A. It. Cedar Kai id station ruling North Iong South a w. 12 15 r. A 1 is a. A. 7 115 r. M 7 a a. Mass to gun l su1 t. M. 16. a. A in faves Umbi Tiitu. 3 20 r. M. Brownsville. H 15 a. M. T. A. To Homberg Sun t Dion Indus. S 20 p. It a Iju Buiji. 7 00. M arrives at Nubia due a ii 0 a. A a s in Lyhl. I Jol. M j. A. Tillo Mulik Sui t i Exume Debe Toky. / services every Sib Lelh morn Ami Evoi Aub or Listol n.,. J Church. A services every buy Ida it la i a. M. Uirt 7 r. M. Lev. We. Leavitt pastor. Of Of a y Reform Couch Llu Senum ver Niiori Rinir i. And even link lit . Usi Uil hour bub Bath school Iii i o Luek r. I. Totev. Go. Kij tit pastor. Local and miscellaneous. A Best clothing in the c. To Ami Al prices tit Var tidal s. A there Are still Many sidewalks Tipoti town that need repairing. A that Patent mop beats Emall. Go u tin nation la House and Tate a look it it. A Colt weather again. Guess the curl has left " machine to run its of fuel question is still uppermost tout Vitu j Relief its to Wood and none tit nil 113 to a District court judge Roth Oev will i in. Nce its regular session at ainu cum on the i the if december. A Money is growing scarcer Anil scarcer. A is now 115 precious to one s sight us a gom Dohar u. H d to be. Voiler if Tho ral i cols Are going t v i that Ger. Amer out All Winter election is Ovir f Cavitt t -. Be i your a is a miss Kiltie a Winter of our Young Friend w. A. Holston is visiting in. R Iii ads in tills Vir l n i t y. Ali r residencies tit South Teml ind. A tin re will to a Strong Effort Nii tile to a repeal or Law ahoy Shizuf capital punt. Ishmonl in r. Ii3. A interlc3ultwji. H pm it will be s. In a t. To. Tones of pand Spring will give b Riffaud Purly at Bowen All. Ill on ibid i Hanl. A Zivin i vein no. Tinkous incl Ulni supper Only to. Vii Dollar. A a for Salt two i mail billiard tub co in r,., l rate order also All nor. Essary bar fixtures ii. Ludic. G ice Box tic 1 " will be sold very Low. A i u u e Joseph Thompson. A a Lively Little discussion will Nishti " in to. O f. T h Dov. N to. In wards last saturday i it lit in Wilton. Iii 1 of the. " disputants got ave. Rely handled. " James where Olin ? a the Jirec luminary Steps for forming the m. R., Itelo fire insurance association have been i. Ken a ii a urn is from the Start a pronounce uce a Al. Jpe the. New company will push a now a comes a Winter a grow leg a hut Little Snow it s Jet. Buy your Holiday Good of Nick. Stark a buy your Holiday goods of Nick Starks. A another hot 16 dance some night next week Tho boy. Say. A go and look at Tomt Nice Venison Steak it the City meat Market. A Are these the " Good times that the Grant organs promised us ? a the new National bunk will go into its iness about january 10th. A oysters the Best in Market Dos. Hed tip in any shapes at Starks restaurant a Tjio depot buildings Are All completed and things look real Nice around there. That new Stone Cross walk is a Handy institution. Let s have some More of pm. A and now comes " old no deaths among tie horses have yet of Crater a the holidays arc Eloso at hand. Sportsman Are preparing for the usual ceremonies. A. A for rent two Good dwelling Bouses m the South part of the City. Enquire of d. 10. Pond. A the annual influx of Flat used hogs will commence in a. Few Days. Prices will Rule Low this year. A shipments of Grain in bulk direct to new. Ork Are being made from this station every week. A h. W. Gill esq., returned to Day from a visit to Vermont. He reports Dull times and plenty of pm Down East. A the River Road id now completed to Clinton and passengers via Dii Tique Haven Choice of routes to Chicago. A Siemers the " Schneider has moved to. Onslow where he will promptly attend to All business entrusted to . A another Little " unpleasantness took place at the lower end of town last monday. Results two bloody nasal organs. A papers nil Over the state Are crying for Wood. It s some Comfort to know that we Aren t alone in our affliction anyhow. A the next Library sociable will be held at the residence of 3. Chamberlin on Friday evening of next week. All Are invited. A Money is getting More and More " close " every Day. In fact it is so " close that it is beyond the Range of our vision entirely. A who Ever saw tie thermometer at six degrees below Zero on thanksgiving Day yet " that s what s the matter with it this morning. A Walworth s Henchman must have plenty of material for sort of local items now a Days. There were two Saloon lights last week. A the " Young men s social club of Monticello will re commence its weekly Winter sessions soon. Sci on the watch i3y order of the president. A w. M. Preston the Gunsmith is prepared to do work i boiler style and at lower prices than any other Gunsmith in the e county. Try Oil. E. A hover the artist Barber musician Etc. Etc., is organizing a first class string band for. Playing at parties and assemblies this Winter. Hope to will be successful. A a couple of gentlemen prominent in business and social circles belittled themselves Jast tuesday by engaging in a War of words that ended in blows. For shame or rows of any kind on Day. Korrect. A Lodicy Wood is coming into town in Small quantities and is sold at the usual High rate. A ii. M. Wright s store is the place to buy Sotir books stationery Wall paper and musical instruments a a Storey the Organ Man is out with another big advertisement to d a y. George Means business every time. A Humours arc Rife. On the streets this morning that Horace Grce Lcy died yester Day. He has been quite ill lately and the Rumor May he True but All Hope not a look out for fires. A conflagration i such u night As last wednesday would have swept the City with destructive Tlumac. See that your stove pipes Are kept in order a agreeable to the prediction of " old Proball hocs a a f mysterious weather prognosticator who presides Over Iho Siguil. Service Bureau at Washington City n wave of cold air from Seward it recent alus tin Purchase swept Down upon us one Day lust week Imd ans i its Icey Billows have tarried with us Ever since. A the Centenary building in which the declaration of american Independence will be commemorated at in 1876, will cover 50 acres of ground. It will be twice larger than the London world s fair building of years Ngo and ought to 1 be the finest building in the world. Every Stace in the nation is Well As the nation itself ought to contribute to this end. A Corn husking is about completed in this Vicinity. No yield for years has been the. Ears Are a enormous in a two Small Fin ways to Day Tho big How belonging to our worthy p. M. A lot on tie War path and started on travels. No great damage done in either Case. A the supreme court of this state has decided that where a Neil roil track is lawfully fenced the company arc not liable fur Stock destroyed by the cars oven if the bars Are left open by unknown pin tics. In other words if the company fences Tho track its duty is done the Farmer must t Hen look after Stock himself or get no pay if they arc killed. Keep watch of size and the kernels run Clear to the " tip end. T in worst of it All is that it bears i a Uch. A ridiculously Low Price. A a messes. Young & son the enterprising butchers have purchased a splendid Der tar thanksgiving and Are rattling off the Venison steaks at a Lively rate. The animal is a Buck came Here from the Turkey Timber weighs 250 pounds and is the finest specimen of a Deer that we have yet seen. A during the recent great fire in Boston the entire Wool clip belonging to or. Gill one of our Castle Grove Farmers was consumed. Or. Gill himself had intended to go East on a visit but fearing that Wool would be destroyed by fire in absence sent it to Boston for safety with orders to hold it for better prices. He loses the entire clip of 1,000 sheep. A old " Epi zoot has now been with us three or four Days. The veterinarians have closely attended to the disease and no deaths Are As yet reported. Great care should be taken the animals must not be overworked in fact it is better not to work them at All. Keep them warmly blanketed give them proper attention and there is no danger. A the Farmers Are still holding Back a Large share of this year s crop in Hopes of better prices. The extremely Low rates now prevalent seem almost discouraging a the sociable of the ladies Library a a of i Ilion at to i Sidvic a of j. I. J Aven 5" it kaq., list a riday evening was one of us leu tiniest i Whir. I of Elf. Suit. Iii. To Alv nut have a Morrison who for a be. W weeks Cut a. U h a dash As r. Tilro. Id neut at Lii. I pm. Ioe Lias. In indic cd by Tiu Trand jury of Hennepin a duty minn., 1 or so. Iii lieu. While Iki c Flut Tiow m enned to have no particular Conj Daute i Xiv to perhaps Voltti. Ortii n Friday. A the cars in the St. 1 aul Road reached Sti Jib. N y i unit i l it id in und citizens of hint town properly celebrated tit ver. T a Givi in a grand Kuppr to the Railroad ii. Ii. A july t Tali j wet. S had All around and tour tra in Unal Bird Oce Viiu Al the position usually psf Cejku tie Sun rises and sets the world turns on its i pm i ii t. I in. Jivu steadily on in their of lists Tini -. A Jacii us k. To k ii Jii Funn i Iti i Jilius Nivon a to -. Advt i in. D in this paper Are a roving Ric. Luis t v. I y Day Ami it u of. Send will pleas i e. Tetli k world is quite Happy. With till Tritsc Artvin a res it is i Jill fair that i should hive my pity Lii 1 have we Pitt flu ii Ridott it. Call and is Itu. F. S. Dunham. A that wonder of newspaper ingenuity Undin Irvyl of the Kinju s English Tiu s Abula in itch " lets l l y at us in elegant thin us lost i Tiff. Sorry to have us tucked our neighbor but i i t see How we can pulp it and we i end that h a will be still More Ungry when we advise to or. Y i s. I attention to a pvt run rental til Vali 3, and inon. T t i the a Wipt Ninee of paper of which Iti a ii ill deadly the worst spic inc n in Alt Erica a the epizootic pronounced up i Zooi in air. L a. Cd need on the i ourth syllable in Ai but Unin Trot Keable form has made its appearance in to Iii City. Koth the livery stables have it and quite a number of horses. Belon buy to private j a sri 3 Are being attacked. We. Have so often published accounts of the disease its symptoms find treatment that a repetition seems wholly r,.- Elk is. Good Cave and Little world. Seems to be tie Best Previ Vivek. We learn that All the towns in this v i c i n i to Urc similarly at listed. There is Rothiii to do but to be patient and careful Lind it the Vej. I Leinio take its course. A thunk i i he Public for past patronage Itaki tie Liberty to inform you that on or about the Volt of novel nor 1 Richall remove to Onslow where i Hull pursue my business of tailoring. In Rte s in tills Vii. A Iii who desire me to do to Weir work by leaving i licit orders at once can have their goods sent Here free of charge. I will in Iii attend to All manner of conveyancing tire in. Minn or Etc. Titles exit Ineil and All in sucks St tended to Wilh promptness. A 3. S115meks, our German tailor. A the harvet is Over and it was a Good one j but l i t t l e Grain was left Over Uji thrashed and a. Tali o f i t had already been marketed. I want my share of the proceeds. Those. Who life indebted to i no arc Het Liy no Tiili d ilium they must Call my Settle by Gre Eumae. K. I or hotel ill a a for costs will be made. 1 have waited Long and patiently but i Waiau " business now. 1. 8. Dunham. A As the Long evenings of Winter will Noii be at hand we offer the following simple tricks for the amusement of the fireside. They we l prove particularly interesting to grown suspend from the ceiling or u bracket a Stout col to the lower end of which you May Allix a Lutts. 1 filled with milk. Trike a position some r.-. T Ruid Wink your even until the milk i churned into butter. You will Hui that you Samiot prod i i f c l m t t e r a Lii Way. I n Keiit 1 a wok of Ordinary playing cards and de l Triciti out f. In. 2 us near. L if you have been of Ducati d in e try lore Yon will be Able to rend Evi Rynn. F Iii Iii. Take to. Ii nil find bind them Togel Hor in the 1., 1 Enol Tiei. Ass. Tit n swill us the Cros. I. You c m i l t l l u i t. L o a b n Uuno Ali Roncoli thu a Auriles of two Pilch r. In the in Linbury a Ater Lii Tolu r Wil do. I m tin a i ils of the string in tin 1 Linus of n Slont Bov und inst net Hon to run across Ihu Giar Lur mid itch the. J. Arnii Virci with pitchers. In a i my Mimi to s it will be. Tho Vahed that the a Gorki nand per Ait Tho l u r i i l t n r i a. Lin Ieiri i l a Friday night was decidedly the coldest of the Eunpu. At one time the Thuiy. " a Omeich stood at 1 Ollit degrees below Zero pretty cold for november we take it. A Matt Noyes. The farm machinery Man stays that he wants those indebted to for goods bought last year and whose notes Are now duo to pay up and save co 1s. A the singers of Anamosa have secured the services of prof. H. H. Palmer fora musical festival. Some time this Winter. The professor is said to be an fait in. Such matter. A the Organ used at the Catholic fair wits universally admired for its purity and lower. Of tone. George Storey is the agent who May be found at the music store on r first Street. A hover the irrepressible is about to place a billiard table in the rear part of Barber shop when All no Are so inclined May enjoy a few moments exercise. A u to Ruiika hut water. A Keni Ember tie Library sociable at the residence of j. 11. Chii Burlin on Kidny evening of next week. All Are invited. Each guest is expected to bring a pair of ehrets and a Pillow Case. A what makes the mail train on the southwestern Road so often late t on thanksgiving Day Only one train went Over tie track at All and that did not reach Here until 1 30 r. M. A the " official organs Are Joist now filled with accounts of How Greeley got Defeated and such like elegant Reading it strikes us that Greeley got Boate ii. Because he did t have votes enough. A Geo. Birdsall s new Home is approach ing completion in spite of the awful court weather. It is a gooral Job As Are allo \ v. A. Holton s jobs. " Billy " is a Good Workman and is reasonable in prices. A our excellent Friend Jacob Blivins of. The Wyoming journal made the statement three weeks ago that " since the elect Iota several of the leading democratic journals have declared for we asked hint to name one. Total silence. Jacob thoth Art a deceiver. J v a i a a grand Holiday part will be Given we a c informed sometime Between Christmas and new years in Kinsella Halli. Those who have charge of the All air know How to get up such festivals and a Good time May be anticipated. A or. M. 1c. Barnhill at the old picture gallery on first Street i taking some of tie nicest photographs and gems that we have Ever seen. Or. B. Is a Good artist and prices Are reasonable. Call Anil see . A the " referee fee. Of three Inq Hurst which the clerk of the courts. I this county has been in the habit of charging Lias been sustained by judge Vates. An Appeal has been taken to the supreme court. A or. J. A. Derbins the Well known hardware Man who has been ill for three weeks with typhoid fever is we Are rejoined to learn recovering and is now out of danger. Or. J. U. Phillips is attending physician. It is impossible for a Public of ulcer to Micro present thu intelligent and enlightened people and re Tui Ottice a Wyoming journal. Bah i what does our contemporary think of a. H. Cotton ? does he mean to he understood that Ouis is not " an intelligent and enlightened people a or that Gotto agriculturalists but we do not see any Hope of better prices. It is unfortunate. But it is a fact that prices for All kinds of cereals will Rule Low this Winter. A the ladies Library association have resolved to make some changes in the management of the Library. The books can be obtained Only two Days in the week and one of the ladies of the association will have charge of the Library. It. Will remain in i r s present location at the Book store. We have not Learned when the new arrangement goes into effect. A messes. Nick. Maurice and. F. C. Brown a couple of our heaviest operators in horses arc just now in pretty hard Luck Uliey Babii govt a dozen Tiwi Knifa 8 it 6tn h a j Southern part of Tho state intending to take them to Minnesota when they were All suddenly taken with the epizootic. We Are. Glad to learn that All the sick animals a rapidly recovering and that none Are Likely to die. A thanksgiving with its Joys and Good cheer passed off As thanksgivings usually do in Monticello. Many family re. Unions took place and All enjoyed them. No special Accident or incident happened for which we Are duly thankful. Our " thankfulness especially speaking is due to messes. Young & son. Who made us a present of a splendid Saddle of Venison. A the Rumor that the St. Paul Railroad company intend to run their cars Over tie Milwaukee track from Cresco to St. Paul appears to be without foundation. We yesterday saw a letter from one of the Railroad officials High in authority in which the statement is flatly contradicted. The company prefer to run upon a track of their own. This will be Good news to the people along the line of the Road. A a petition widely circulated and signed will be presented to the Board of supervisors at its january session asking them to make an appropriation for the purpose of building a new a Bridge Over Kitty Creek at the crossing just East of Proctor s store and about a Hundred rods below the other Bridge. This is the preliminary move toward the new Iron Bridge Over the Maquoketa at Llo comb s Ford. A Large number of citizens and tax payers signed the petition and the appropriation will very Likely be made. Kor oct a the Catholic fair held on wednesday and thursday evenings was an immense. Success in every particular. Notwithstanding the extremely cold weather and a or. J. A. Voorhies a Farmer residing three Miles Northwest of town had n rather serious adventure in the shape of a runaway on last monday afternoon As he was going Home. While going Down Hill tie Tongue of Tho Wagon suddenly dropped frightening the horses and resulting Lii a to wage runaway. The team was anally caught but hot until after they were both pretty badly Cut in the Flint. Tows ice the veterinarian was called and the animals arc now recovering. A the Best Stock of jewelry watches and Fanny goods Over brought to Monticello can now be found at a. L. Kerr s jewelry store in Jewett s old stand. Or. Diirr has made a Large outlay in goods and Hup a really elegant assortment. The finest ladles watches Are sold at prices lower than Ever. The Public have Only to Calll and look to to convinced. Watches a 6ck� and jewelry constantly on Handbe i. Al ring promptly done and All work warranted. Go and see . A the Wyoming journal published the name of l. Taylor As pastor of the m. K. Church of that place. Wonder if it is our old Friend Landon Taylor formerly stationed at Miqu Okcu t if it is the people of Wyoming have among them if not a Bourbon one of the Best men practically socially morally and Christ anally unit Ever walked on god u Green Earth. If it is he or. Journal please ask if he re j members the famous " Tea party in 1858, at Maquoketa a that petition for a Bridge Over Kitty Creek has received nearly two Hundred signatures and the names Are still being added. We want live Hundred names upon it and will easily get them if our Friend Uncle Billy Benz Elton will Only Send Aletter of remonstrance to Tho Eureka. If that event Don t occur we shall probably have to Content ourselves with say four Hundred signatures. The Bridge will be built and it will be the Pree Vasor of the Large Iron. Structure that must spun the River about three Miles East of town. This lost Bridge will throw open to is n Large Trade that naturally belongs to this City but will or now goes elsewhere for want of proper communication. A the fuel quest n is still the absorbing topic in All circles. Luckily Small cities like Mon lice. Llo do not have periodical excitements such As frequently convulse Wall Street and consequently our attention is taken up with smaller matters. Last week some of the Wood men probably driven to it by necessity Bro. Get in a few loads of Wood for which an exorbitant Price was asked. Necessity compelled our people to pay it. No Coal is to be had at any Price. Corn As t Nel does not answer expectations. It makes a Stroner Lieut but a Good sized stove re it Rares an Able bodied Man with a scoop air shovel. In. Active pm ploy Ino no to. Iced it. Vve Don to Jakc Corn for fuel. Tie Man who will m vent a new substitute Lor ii Aiti wait. T a. Of Alk Boston stoves tin and hardware. Jobber to Sheet of Lala meat a Ricks. E sour a or the pity m a t next m r a clout i a Torr twp Conat Milly on h had nil kudu of fresh and canned meats Kei Akuffo Vona. Looping and spouting Home on s1ioht notice und in a work Dunlak a mtr. South a Cdr St., Montalv clan lows. Deef a a Cecii add Fairro. V. S main utre it Monteux Llo lows. Louis in Mumler pop Tittor. A fim i. I. Hoo m aq170kkta. Kwa. D. Of 8 a eth Roji Lelor. Only Lral in ii City a y attached. Free Shu Tau id i oni trek jes Chioji if Ovaisi c enter Junction. Joms9 county a. We. S. Nor. Uni proprietor. Hinzo mar 4iid Complete throughout to air " Folk Val. . Bans Etc., i Tot. A Ledah uni in. A Iowa e. 1. Uno p no by Pili Tor. Jeff. He Iii Sel a re Ptim thu Loimil f rom nil. To a Ruli a. A a _ 1 a tar the depot Farley st11kbt,. W Mont Muff. Flora. A p. Saw Jar. thu in Ihu Only House located in Luu Buu Luiu part of the Silty and near Ufa depot. For sam3. Tech of wild i. An ii i k Ali be mid umber Uneuy if you wast a Good l. A. Xu1, fish in season thu Trail for put aft Trout they . The or will 11 Omen by the i ghost Market Price m Cash for hides and pelts. Call on them and us 8at1sfikd. Month cello in it. Ii a . I 1cttcr8o3 a i Korpi count Miry on Hnud f. N. Phili. A i a p Sui Igeon mont1cei to Uince in Gnu a building Inlet. T. C. Sci. At Lull. I. A Tuomo Copatric Rhyl Lolax and Suhi Al Rii Iii Iowa Oulu in Goodrin h a drug store first Al Root 1 h homoeopathic 1 Ltd Sluiman and Sung icon Mon Loci Llo Lown. Of Llott 300 l a t a Lieut Over too Rieli a drug store. I v. Ii. Maui. Ii. A p physician Ano Guk Eltson mom ticket Iulo Vul of tace on Houll i Dur to Ttrukel in Jewett s old stand first it Korpi on h a in a Eom it m a rom a b a a instrument clock. 1 by. Plated Ware into. Boo tooled funny to on Luyi of baud t Low r Ratut la a u they a a in you Roht Mph arc. Rei Aichino at ill kind promptly m a nod to a Udall worm Wahi wanted. 3 a. L. Karr. X orc Klo. Ai so lard and tallow i attorneys. A. A hon1iou. A m. Mol. L. Tow. In Niikoe a mov1. Ton a Xiv Molloi Llo love Oll co in Brick Bulbul if 5os, Kli it Sam t i Law try of l Tuoi icky and Tol Psi. Oll at t a a a. Iowa. Will m ii lace in the Levi l Tust Ulii and u. H. Court. Oitice in m cond Utor of Hon Aimoku Ovi i a to Ilii ii store. L Moi. Tost ally i la i i i1 a hi8t1ckofthi2 Noii mint in. A commission 1 Mon Elcel Othoe in Brick building 80s first at. 1 a tto Kinky Anu Bijou a Oklok a " a. Moi slim Llo Low. Oil Lou in to you div ii Orl Block. J. Iii birr Catini. E and h a hakka Jiotti o cello Lown. La Epili Liin promptly Nulu Udud to. Huip on firm a Greet Mulh Midi. 1.1 tout att no v1c8, Yool a ill if successful la Aizic. Uis part uric. A the Monticello fir a insurance association spoken of at. Longloh last week is a taxed fact. The Ella Cint and capable originator of the movement or. " j. It still Ninny informs us that in canvassing among did talking with tie Lur Nikurs and detached property owners he meets with nothing but Success lie believes that thu company will be an entire Success and that instead of paying sixty cents upon each Hundred dollars insured our Farmers will procure the same indemnity for fifteen cents per hundreds thus keeping thousands of Iowa dollars at Home instead of sending it Oil to enrich foreign capitalist h and extravagant Ole ills. A meeting Lor a permanent organization will be called probably Nylic inc Iasi May ii a a 6e y sri Luisella Hall and it is hoped " that there will be a Large turn out. The objects and purposes of this association will at that time be fully explained. The following to genres taken from the last report of our auditor of state lion. John i Ussell show How the people of Iowa paid for their insurance during the year 1871 i Iru premiums received by co 3�? to 1.11,108,111 fire losses paid in this state 37. A i. Is in tar in to a wanted for Cash Green and dry hides a. Criam a a a ,. An us. Liliu. L Hiiri icim. I la. Itt Pitu Liik Iii Omi itly Dunn. I i Oil Mulli Hal n a vol ill hlili.-. Taii. On. M Enchant Tail. Oll Mont Chi. T. Oia. Blui Pon first Uli i i l. Next door Liu Pluf i Lei Hijii meal tin irked. All work Yurri Lilied. I m Orchant Tal toll Solti Nicast coh ill l of l Llull old ital Wiull Iteld f la Rel hi., mall of Iii. A Hill i l l i u n l Oll Lylw ii lid l l la of Liui it a l Liu mid nil Ilia k 1 full p i h h of i. Ult Liik tied tar rated to Jit. J. A a. A u o t i o n k k hilon tiflis. I. Of Iowa. It will i j Tili h on Lioi 1 i Solloi buy the excess of payments Over losses 7v5, jul. W such figures Are powerful arguments in favor of Home. Is trance associations. Trio ton is a fit representative ? r pm who Ich Horn of the dilemma will you take or Jouni Alf a a Good Many of our Farmers Are complaining of the potato rot. Potatoes that were buried All sound and in some cases even those that were placed in cellars upon close examination Are found to to affected . The effect has Al Reody inv 1 to Advance the Price. The tightness of the Money Market there a was u Large attendance and. All wet. O Well pleased with the arrangements. The Hall was arranged in a very neat and last manner aud., i did credit to the originators. The various Booths were Well Patron Josed the r supper was elegant and our Catholic friends have reason to be proud of their festival. It would be unfair to particularized when All did so Well but a Large share of the Success is due to or. And mrs. Periolat mrs. Kinsella and or u. M. O Brien who Laboured unceasingly and until singly to make the fair successful. The drawings for the various prizes occasioned no Little Good natured excitement and the fortunate ticket holders a were heartily congratulated by the unlucky ones. We did not learn the exact amount of Srotir but Are informed that it is a handsome sum and one that will go some ways towards liquidating the present heavy indebtedness of the Church. The following is a list of the prizes drawn a but bedroom furniture value $ 75.00, Kobert Kennedy. Monticello Singer sewing machine value a 85.00, a. Trio re Anau Iosa French clock value $ 40.00, miss Fanny Harrington cd Escude hindi set valued 825 00, Caleb a Lurk i Cassie t Isble other smaller prizes were drawn by various parties. The fair was an immense Success in every particular and All were Well pleased with it Tho net receipts were nearly four Hundred dollars which considering Tho cold weather and hard times is something to be proud of. The executive committee desire us to return their sincere thanks to the protestants societies Aud people of this Vicinity for their Large attendance and Liberal contributions. The sum thus raised will help the society materially. Seventy couples. Attended the Ball and every Partl Cipani was Happy. Utu to Stout agricultural implements cultivators Roper. Corn Iio Rhu tit Ken Tou Allol a t he Sun now circulates Between 110,000 and 1 a 000 copies daily. It strikes at corruption wherever it exists without regard to persons in parties. It is u fearless advocate of the rights f the people. Pile 81111 wus the Glrst to expose the tammany 1 Fri ids. Its exposures created the rebellion of the Young democracy the precursor to the downfall of the notorious 1 Azumny ring. T he. Sun was the first to expose the great 3au Oom Inigo annexation fraud. Its exposure contributed to open the. Uyco of the United states Senate and save tie people Over a 7,1x10,000. I he Bun wus the first to expose Grant s depot i. Ism and Gilt taking 1 res Lentral dignity with obloquy mud shame. A he Sun wus the Glrst to exp fuse the operations x of Bancroft Davis the clinic taker und the Nhu Mcfoul Bil Luence of Spanish Gold in ranking the american nation an accessory to thu horrible but Cheries of the cuban patriots a flee Sun wus the Glrst to expose the corruption _ 1_ pervading the Navy i Ost Ollice and Indian Devurl melts. Under us exposure the chief of Indian King wus compelled to resign Olllie. Ryphe Sun wus the Glrst to expose Grant and x Casey s corruption mud usurpation in Louisiana. A flee Sun was the Glrst. To expose the enormous x robberies of the carpet bag government of the South und tie True character of drum s Kun flux proclamations. Under this exposures Congress refused to re Enuol the Kun flux Bill Ryphe Sun was tie first to nominate that Champi _ l on of honesty or. Horace Greeley for president. Its Ellei Ulvi support wus followed by or. Greeley s nomination. As in the past so in the future Tho Sun will be no Follower but it Leader in the. Great work of Reform. No thief however High or of whatever influence will be spared. As u newspaper Tom Sun sounds unrivalled. It prints ail the news und frequently the most important in Advance of its Potempo retries. It is furnished to tile Public at the cheapest possible rate. As Uii advertising medium it is . Cam. At the the Weekley Sun for the presidential Campaign. The Weikly Sim will be especially valuable during the presidential canvass. It will contain full and interesting us count of nil important events that Murk he Progress of be Campaign. The Union of Independent voters at All parties to break Down Grunt i and corruption mid Rescue the government und the country seems destined to be realized. Such u combination is sure to sweep the Field and achieve u Victory second ouly to the Triumph of our forefathers Over the British government. The. Weekly Sun is the cheapest journal in Lite world. It contains eight pages of read lug mutter and is in every respect both us u family and political newspaper fully equal to any other published in the country not merely in interest and ability but Wuthe Quantity of useful information und pleasant entertainment which its columns furnish. The weekly Sun is furnished to subscriber at tie uniform Rute of one Dollar a year for each copy always payable in Advance. To kicks of Tiik nun. Skol. Meal Fol mar a. A.", a 00 ten Cofia to one Andreu .18 00 tue Tutu Cottet to one Adit Reti is go titty Caria to one Andreu so of weekly for year 1 of a Ilfe Fri Tiik St. A a pm Yorik 1 it. Clover and Elmo try Hoed 1 first so to Ulo. Ii Iii a p a Mii a Irwi wow i my i get my too a i direct from the had incy arc la w a n a btt4. Old a pm my mfr m a k Kilt dam to tart indu Flint it we. Peterson. Mouth cello sept. Ii ii Luibil Riidu a. Ind ill u Lvi. I Ili i. Jail till l. Letim Olluf. U. Lowil a r k store. Ksiiii1nt us Antist. Still Ali. I to Ttoolin up mantra our Wight u he paiute . U. A h dusk Filipu mid Orui Iii it Tel i kit intr men la Orlet Lawn " s Olic its. A. L. A i re my a it of. A. A. T Ilia Rantee . Iii Devata be luit it Lam professional Blacks Itu Moi Gioello shop on North Cedar Street. Purl Culibr attention wild to a not Matt nooks. A Monticello s it m. Mj0sic store dry oood8. Carriage ironing a Loni in the War Row me in my inf that 1 pm Itu iut All. Give me a cull t p Woritt Tolt of this cite res Amrani und dealer in All Kludj of i Oce Luu Etu Vannu Wuu at nil Lioi trn. By Ulni h in i very style Loti re by the Dikiy. All Kuida Olivnel in nation. A Orluk l Ali Dlug Lour Duvon Penuli of Diu Railroad tracks. 1 i. A a. On Rumi. O Lough. No. 117, Ini cos at their Hull in St. Iii Lon u every monday i Lilik. Tran Lenl ii Ella Ruiu Yoou standing " a a a a a a 13. K. Uinidick7it. re cordially invited to it Timil. Uko. O. Uoou1uc1i, x. U. Look Sid Jos. Coverdale. Mon let Llo rpt. 10. C Garn Ani a Toni act o. " of Unghi Homo -. Wall paper window shades Etc., Etc., at i. A dealer in of to list Street and see tub Boston Organ Geoege Storey general agent. Dry goods groceries hats and. Caps xtoti01ts, clothing Etc., Etc., Etc. See Price list for groceries Coffee a Star i Ibi. Choice 1 Allerico Sukut t its ipod Japan Tea ibid Ali St gun Owdy Tea v n Young Hyson Tea a to " Black. T a a pfc. R Choice new Doit d. I a a j up 1 Jjo a a 1.0ft 1.00 7.1 1.30 1.30 u 1.00 1. To 1.00 1ft 10 m a a a f a engr a of and us Alan in cigars tobacco pipes Etc. T Lup Stock conic Atli on Bud factory on first St., next East of Moulton n 1/ Uili Liny. Monticello sept. It. H. M. W r i g h t s sos first St., South Side Mun Tolci Llo i Jit. 19. Dkuc1m and liveries. T i very Sale. Southern dried ap.�?. " Mew York Iva chit u a a " ruins a to " turkish prunes it it. Canned pc Ehe. Libs w " Taco i Situ 30 Best Castile soap v la 12 a a family Quai a bar a k " Uio Coffet. Titi 1.00 " Kio Cou be routed 4 lbs 1.00 old not. Java Coffee a in to Besl hosta cof a a4lii 1.00 a Olden orly sir run a gallon 70 Best cuter Al near w Best t. Zucco. A beat l car Custos a to a la 70 Choice Kite utta. T 1.08 p. P. A Biolat. Feed stable North Nedab. 8tkeet. Horses and carriages to let at All hours. Horses Boa Udeh by the Dat or week. carried to a a y put of tit country Calor in Laraga a Medl Cinca paint Oil Glass Putty Ivo Tiosich. Fancy articles and perfumery. Also always on hand Ali a Fujs 7 est and choicest a Stock of gov Job me a Pax. L i a t. Ransom or. Physicians prescriptions c Ibec Lotf c03u ousted. Orders respectfully solicited. G. O. Do Idrach. Monk Flo Sopt. In

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