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Local Column.
Friday December
27,1867.
Lcctl Notice-, loaded, $1,50 per sqUTS
*t jh insertion.
JOB WOF of RH kjtid* promptly and tically
Mectlt 'il at the Plain Dealer efflc* oh the most
1I—unable term*
Milwaukee A Pr. du Chiton Railway.
TRAINS DEPART,
Shit and day Express Paraenger,. ..7:15 A. M.
.Wight and Express Passenger, 4 10 P. M.
TRAINS ARKIVE,
*fgsll and Day Kx press PaMenger, .9:09 P.M.
t1Ngkt,
and Express Passenger 8 4ft A. Mi
MCGREGOR WESTERS RAILWAY.
'lflliraakee A Pr. du Chiea Railway 0*. Losses*.
*1867. TIME TABLE, 1867.
Tumi UiTi,
M«rih tfoOfSfor,..R:20 A. M.
fresco, 11:5* A M.
lulls 11:20 A. M.
TSAIHS Acairs,
Worth McGregor, ..7.00 P. M.
Cresco 3:22 P. M.
-leRoy 1:40 P. M.
C.
nun
Express
Kxpresl
%xlrsss
SHEPARD, Soft.
-PITTSSOM, V«M W«TKE & CHICAGO.
Depart, Arrive.
4 '0 a. tn- 5 30 p. m.
i' 00 a. m. 0 00 p. m.
3 15 a. ni. 6 40 p. mr
10 00 p.m. 11 00 p.
,]nomc and Other Items.
%e Deoorah Republican don't
/like our photographs illustrating th0
.republican party. Wo are not pleas
ed with thorn ourself thinking they
flatter the subjcct, but our artist is
obstinate and says ho will give the
'devil his due. Next week we shall
have a photograph that the Repub
lican will agree does the subject full
^justice. ii —Parties interested in
taxes'that are delinquent will do
well to look up the notice in this
tssuo to delinquent taxpayers, also
to remember that Strother & Kirk
,patrick have lots of the best of goods
-tot sale cl ?.ap.——Goo. W. Haislct
•t»f the Winneshiek Register looked
in upon us this week. George is a
very good boy but—w»ll, the old
difficulty is all fixed up. The La-
Crosse Democrat came to us in an
entire now dross, wo are glad to wit
ness this evidence of its apprecia
tion on tho fart of those in whoso
%chalf its fearless utterances arc
rroftdc. Fiissell & Warren a new
ifirm in the Hardware business ad
vertise with uc this week. They
•*FO both good ttca and have a full
elaeap for cash.
Ono of the causcs assigned by
iha president for tho removal of
"Stanton was that 'Stanton did not
iuforci him offciie danger of a riot in
New (£idoairB on having notice of the
tbroateno*] danger but withheld the
intelfigoncc until several days after
the slaughter. Stanton is a proper
get fur Mongrel worship. New
ton, Caward & Fuller did this of
Eco with a Splendid Turkey for
Christmas. Fortius, wc don't toll
'Our readers that they aro "sound on
"tho goose," but because wo have
found them all right.r—— At tho re
cent election in Pennsylvania the
city of Pittsburg went repablican
by some 3000. An election has just
been held tlier o for city officers re
sulting in a democratic victory of
2000. liesidos 'this several New
Kngland cities have elected officers
of the democratic party on National
issues. Tho whole country is grow
ing in Democracy.-• —We learn
ithat our Catholic friends and neigh
'bors contemplate erecting a church
this place in tho spring. They
.aro quite numerous and we hope
-they may carry out the purpose.
It is reported that Chas. Lobdell
Jissociato editor of tho LaCrosso
Democrat was killed by tho recent
railroad disaster near Buffalo N. Y.
Proctor & Wagner throw their
banner to tho breeze through this
fiapcr this week. Call in and see
them, they speak for themselves,
jand after having them furnish your
stable onco you will not negleet to
«P*U again.—Tho New York Day
Boek says:
'•There are between fifty and six
ty thousand pooplo out of employ
ment in this city, who are accustom
ed to do something for their daily
broad. Now let us seo what tho
rich, who were never weary of giv
.ing money to carry on a war to turn
loose negroes, will do for these poor
whites of their own race, who have
been brought to starvation by the
war."
See Shepard's square, elsewhere
in this paper. His advertisement
is square, he deals on the square,
everybody is learning tho fact and
'making his place the headquarters
for fashionable suits and garments.
—The N. Y. Tribune frantically
"ealls on eongress to reconstruct New
Jersey. Hold on there, old wbitey,
•don't you aee reconstruction has be
guu from another quarter. The
states are reconstructing congress,
«nd next fall New Jersey will have
a governor that will resist your re*
construction of that state by State's
militia if neoj bo.——Myron Ives'
advertlcoifli.t is defered until next
week. He was too busy during the
holidays to attend tothftt little Job.
His advertisement will greet the
public eye next week*-—The
American Stock Journal
begina a
monthly. Send for it to Gum Tree,
Chester Co. Pa. Every farmer
ought to have it, it treats of subjects
of vital interest to you. Look out
for its advertisement in our next.
——Congress callcd for the publi
cation of Gen. Grant's letter to the
President marked "Private." It
got the letter, it only demonstrates
that he had not the sagacity to see
bow the popular current was drift
ing. In any event it only shows
bis want of sagacity and statesman*
ship. The damage anticipated to
the cause of the country, has proved
only one of the visionary dreams of
the old smoker. The people smoked
him out and now he endorses the
popular will. Tho people of this
town and vicinity were entertained
with a cotillion party in New Ore
gon on Christmaa night and had a
grand time. It is a good place for
Cresco people to go to dance. There
is plenty of pur3 water there, and
as for suppers they are always fine,
in this instance by amateurs pro
nounced magnificent. Brick
Pomeroy suggests to the Alabama
Convention that it form a treaty
orrENSivB and defensive with the
rump at Washington. A capital
idea, except that it seems nothing
can bo OFFENSIVE to that body, if
done by those of tho loyal color.
The vanities, troubles and perplex
ities of the sanctum of editorial
drudgery, was forgotten for a time
on Chisttnas, in company with Chas.
Brown, his family, and a few inci
ted guests. The music was done
by Mr. and Mrs T. W. Leo in fine
taste, not however intending to
slight the artistic skill of our friend
B. or his order on the "down beet,
sing the whistle was played mag
nificently, tho supper good, and all
the company happy and agreeable.
If it was our "put in" we'd say
"come again," but that is not nec
essary, for tho happy face and gen
ial comforts of friend B.'s bouse
with its hospitalities aro invitation^
of themselves. Yankee meanness
is displayed in the south by selling
cheap or caricatured pictures of
Stonewall Jackson to the ncgrces as
the portrait of Gen Grant.
Flanders omnibus fell over the bank
onto the icc in the river from on the
high grade between North and
South McGregor ono day this week.
It contained i^ht asscngors at the
time. The "Lus rolled over three
times in its fall yet no ono was se
riously injured. We glean from the
Times. The Mil pulsed by con
gress striking the word "white"
from the laws of tho District of
Columbia failed to become an en
actment not receiving tho sanction
of the President. It is probable the
bill will bo again passed when that
body reassembles in January. With
the detestation that body has for
"Whito" would'nt it be well for
them to remove to Africa or some
where clso. where black is the pre
dominating color.——We aro pleas
ed to learn that our old friend E.
W. Allen has been appointed one
of the mail route agents on the Mc
Gregor Western Railway in lacc
of Lickspittle Pukesberry Cone ro
moved for incompetency of which
he was abundantly supplied Our
fiiend Allen hasn't politics enough
to hurt him for anybody, but an
abundanco of ability and tact for
the position.——The gents that were
seen taking two army eoats on
Thursday evening, that hung as a
sign in front of Grier'g building,
will be sent for on next Thursday
unless restitution is made prior to
that time. The Rump Congress
having feloniously doubled their
salaries, now propose to filch from
tho publie Treasury hundreds of
thousands of dollars in the way of
extra mileage. Inasmuch as they
are all *dead beads' and ride on free
passes it is but fair presumption
that the money is to be spent at
'Bascoms" and such like points on
their line of travel, to enable tbem
to congenially salute their brother
congressmen of African 'scent.
Cole of New Oregon has quit Hotel
keeping and has turned his atten
tion to the manufacture of sleighs,
sleds &o., still retaining his posi
tion however as boss in his business.
—The Presidents late special
message, found in another column,
is looked upon by tho Mongrels as
an uncalled for insult. It will be
but tnother year or so, until the
reading of the Declaration of Inde
pendence on the 4th of July, will be
looked upon by them as equally in
sulting, even
at
of that memorable instrument was
superceded in many places by the
reading of (be "never to be suffic-
new volume with tho January num- iently lamented President's email*
ber. It costs only one dollar a year cipation proclamation. "-—Riley)
of the Elevatcr saloon, passes our
office almost hourly with a wagon
load of water, generously supplying
us with what little we use of the ar
ticle. He says be don't use it all
in the sal ion business and the infer
ence is plain that he deals fairly
with his customers.'——Tho people
of the rural districts of West Virgin
ia are still voting for Lincoln and
the vigorous prosecution of the war.
In Barbour county, of that state,
some four hundred who were permit
ted to vote a year ago, were disfran
chised at tho late election, under
the mongrel registry law, because it
was feared by the governorVpiraps,
that they had got the intelligence
of Lincoln's tragic fate,, and would
not vote the mongrel ticket.
FACTS.—No article of American
manufacture has evtr given more
general satisfaction, and none has
ever been more sought after by the
thousands, than "Smith's Salera
jtus." He only manufactures one
brand, whilst others make several,
and merchants are sure to purchase
the cheapest article, as more money
can be made out of it.
Smith's Saleratus is always full
weight, uniform in strength, and
one-third stronger than the poorer
Saleratus in market. Let every one
support home manufacture, and use
nothing but Smith's Saleratus.
UNION.—Unite your good flour
with D. B. DeLand & Co. s Chem
ical Saleratus if you want cxtr*
bread, biscuit and pastry of alt
kinds. United they pise, 'JjviW
they fall. It is better than Soda.
Yankee Notions and Toys may bo
i very nice things for the
children to play with, but Coe't
Cough Balsam will cure them of
Croup, Coughs and Colds, and
should always be on hand ready for
immediate use. It is an excellent
remedy aud very popular*
FAIRBANK'S Ssales were Warded
the highest premium at the great
"Paris Exposition," and at most of
the "western State Fairs" the pres
ent year, and have never failed in
fair competition with any others.
But what is of more practical value,
as showing the estimation in which
these scales arc held by the public
who have known and used them so
long, is the fact that the Messrs
Fairbanks' sales have steadily in
creased tor ncaily forty years, being
the present year largely 111 excess
of any former one.
Passengers Going East,
Will find the GRAND HAVEN ROUTE
tho SHORTEST CHEAPEST and most
Co.Mi'uHT ABLE RoUTK to all poilltS
HAST. One of the steamships of
this line leaves Milwaukee daily,
(Saturdays excepted) at 8:30 P. M.
inaking dircct connections at Grand
Haven with express trains for all
points East. Through tickcts for
sale by Geo. L. Scott at Depot
i'rairie Du Cbien, Wis. and at all
principal ticket officcsin the North
West.
W. W. Wilson, Western Passen
ger Agent, Milwaukee, Wis.
Thos Bell,* Gen'l Superintend
ent, Detroit, Mich. (32,8,tf.
The NEW YORK EVENING Ex
PKESS says We were surpris
ed at the many superior advantages
the Planer, Braunsdorf & Co. Ma
chine possesses over all others,
and feel constrained to request all
others interested to make
investigation."
Tho machine roccommended in
the above notioe, is the JBtna Ma
chine of whioh M. M. Jones of Mc
Gregor is tho agent. It is said by
those competent to judge, to bo one
of the very best machines in use.
Coffee, Java, 40 I Syrup,...,.
Kit, 30(^33 I Fish, Cod,..
*ttgar brown. White,
Ci-o'hea, 20 Trout,
Tea Imperial 2 00
Y. »...., 1 75 I
Blue*. 150 1
Japahest...... .1 AO
30tf.
Mew Millinery Goods.
Mrs. B. O. Dahly has just arrived
from New York with the largest and best
selected stock of Millinery and Fancy
Goods that was ever brought west of the
Mississippi. She has taken advantage of
the dullness in the market, and with cash
in hand, has bought goods very low. She
buys the goods from the manufacturer and
importers direct, and is thus enabled to
sell goods here at Chicago wholesale prices.
She has purchased a large stock and they
must be sold.
For the latest and most fashionable
styles, elegance of material and workman
ship, Ac her goods CANNOT be excelled.
The ladies are earnestly invited to
call und examine the new stock.—Decorah
Republican. [n25tf.]
DIED.
At his residence iu New Oregon, Mon
day Dec. 16th 1867, JUDAH H. FULLER,
in the 52nd year of his uge.
MARRIED.
In New Oregon, Dec 24th, 1867, by
Hon. D. O. PRESTON, Miss ANNA
FULLER to FRANK FOBES of Albert
Lea, Mian.
In Cresso Dec. 24th, 1867, by Rev. T.
W. LEE, Miss ALMEDA SLOAN to OLE
SWENSON, all of this place.
DELINQUENT TAX-PAY
ERS.
WILL
tho l^ft anniversa­
ry of oar nations birth, the reading
bear in mind that there is dan
ger of trouble and cost, unless they
immediately cull and settle up their store
bills at Strother & Kirkpatrick's. This
also applies to those whose taxes are not
delinquent if they are indebted to Strother
& Klrapatriek.
ORESCOMARKETS. SPECIAL NOTICE!
OROCKRIKI.
No 3 1 3S hreSvdl'orK .... 0 00
No $ 1 27 Beef per c«rt. ..
Rejected 1 00 Butt*r Firkin... .20(^22
Corn* ear 50 roll, 25
Bsrlejr, .........t. 8* Lard, ........... 12
onto Him Street, neariy opposite the Court
House, where thoy would be happy to wait
on their friends and the public generally.
Their market will always be supplied
with the best the country affords
Lec.25, 1867. (5-9tf
AT AICTIO*.
A
HOUSE with household furniture
situated two doors e.ist of Owen's
Hotel, on Market St. Creaco, will be sold
at auction on Friday, Jan. 3, 1868. Par
ties wishing to examine the property, will
call on the undersigned on the premises.
Sent by mail on rceeipt of price, and
postage.
One package, $1,00 Postage 6 cents
Six packages, 5,00 27
Twelve packages, 9,00 48
It is sold by all wholesale and rataii
dealers in drugs and medicines throughout
the United States, and by n49-8m6
TURNER & CO. Solo Proprietors
120 Tremont Street, Boston Mass.
FOR SALE!
CHEAP for
a
similar
Cash, a
uneastne**
[5,ta,9.
oT
Corrected Weekly by, A DDRES8 TO THE NERVOUS AND
Stvetber A Kirkpatrtsk* debilitated whose sufferings hate
been protractcd from hidden causcs, and
whose c:ises require prompt treatment to
render existence desirable. If you are
suffering or have suffered from involunta
ry discharges, what effort does it produce
upon your general health Do you feel
week, debilitated, easily tired? Docs a
little extra exertion produce palpitation
of the heart Dues your liver, or urinary
organs, or your kidneys, frequently get
out of order? Is your urine sometimes
thick, milky, or flocky, or is it ropy on set
tling? Or does a thick scum rise to the
top? Or is a sediment at the bottom after
it has stood awhile? Do you have spells
of short breathing or dyspepsia? Are
your bowels constipated? Do you have
spells of fainting or rushes of blood to the
head? Is your memory impaired? Is
your mind constantly dwelling upon this
subject? Do you feel dull, liatless, mop
ing, tired of company, of life? Do you
wish to be left alone, to get away from
everybody? Does any little thing make
you start or jump? Is your sleep bruken
or restless? Is the lustre of your eye as
brilliant? The bloom of your cheek as
bright? Do you enjoy yourself in society
us well? Do you pursue your business
with the same energy? Do you feel at
much eonfldcnce in yourself? Are your
spirits dull and flagging, given to fits of
melancholy? If so do not lay it to your
liver or dyspepsia. Have you restless
nights? Your back weak, your knees
weak, and have but little appetite, and you
attribute this to dyspepsia or liver com
plaint?
..1 50
...We
....10
Mackerel,,....ia
Herring, 7
Applet, Dried, 14
Qieen,.. I |Q
PRODUCE PROVISIONS
Corrected Weekly by Hunt ting.
Wheat No 1...1 44 Flour perewt 4 50
SS Cheeae,.,.......18^20
0 0 E 2 6
MISCELLANEOUS,
Hides. Ofetn 7
Dry, [email protected]
Salt 12
Pelts 3
Wool SB®
30
Salt 5 00
Hay per tee, S I0Q4 00
Wood pi-r cord, 7 f'O
Lumber Clear, 40 Ci
Kfiicinff, 24 00
Shingles, 0 00
Lath 4
pROCTOR WAQIEB,
CRESCO, IOWA.
Would respectfully announce that (hey
have rsmoved their
Meat Market,
Wji. BROWN.
»8)
$
v)
It Is an cxFAiLiKfi RisMKor in all cr.ses
of Ncuraliga Facialis, often effecting a i
perfect cure in lees than twenty-four houra
from the use of no more than TWO OK
THRKE
PILLS.
No other form of Neuralgia or Narvoas
Disease has failed to yield to this
WONDERFUL REMEDIAL AGENT.
Even in the severest erases of Chrome
Neuralgia and general nervous der.ing
ments,—of many years standing,—affect
ing the entire system, its use for afew
days, era few weeks nt the utmost, a
ways affords the most astonishing relief,
and very r.irely fails to produce a com
plete and permanent cure.
It contains no drugs or other materials
in the slightest degree injurious, even to
the most delicate system, and can always
bo used with
PERFECT SAFETY.
It hMs long been in constant use by
many of our
MOST EM1NEMT PHYSICIANS.
vho give i* their unanimous and unqnatt
fied approval.
TCC
nfa
\\,b.a
critical P« is a^°
oT
HlLPftt**a
Qiph
e
Throats o*
remedy°rU5 e
a^1
lher,a?d
ar#
oi
ioerein\hci'
®*,eCrVj
2X •i
*ftOO awrUP* a
«vcr tOO,000
ot
for tho 3 ot®.
ar.d
Dealer*
Sold W °rU^-
e ,er*here,l\lttf
Now, reader, self-abuse, venereal diseas
es badly cured, and sexual excesses, are
all capable of producing a weakness of the
generative organs. The organs of genera
tion, when in perfect health, make the
man. Did you ever think that those bold,
defiant, energetic, persevering, successful
business-men are always those whose gen
erative organs are in perfect health? You
never hear such men complain of being
melancholy, of nervousnoss, of palpitation
of the heart. They are never afraid they
cannot succeed in business they don't be
come sad and discouraged they are always
polite and pleasant in the company of la
dies, and look you and them right in the
face—none of your downcast looks or any
other meanness about them. I do not
mean those who keep the organs inflamed
by running to excess. These will not only
ruin their constitutions but al o those they
do business with or for.
How many men from budly-cured dis
eases, from the effects of self-abuse and
excesses, h::ve brought about that state of
weakness in those organs that has reduced
the general system so much as to induce
almost every other diseaso—idiocy, luna
cy, paralysis, spinal affections, suicide,
and almost every other form of disease
which humanity is heir to, and tho real
cause of the trouble scarcely ever suspec
ted, and havo doctorcd for all but the right
one.
Diseases of the organs require the use
ofa diuretic. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT
BUCHU is the great Diuretic, and is a
certain cure for diseases of the Bladder,
Kidreys, Gravel. Dropsy, Organic Weak
r.-ss, F'Mii kli? t.'ontplaints, General Debili
ty, and all discuses of the Urinary Organs
whether existing in Male or Female, from
whatever cause originating and no matter
of how long standing.
If no treatment is submitted to, Con
sumption or Insanity may ensue. Our
flobh and blood are supported from these
sourcoj. and the heulth and happiness,
and that of Posterity, depends uion prompt
use of a reU-ible remedy.
llcliubcld's Extract liuchu, established
upwards of 18 years, prepared by
II T. HELM HOLD, Druggist
f94 Broadway, New York, aud
104 South 10th St.,'Philadelphia, Pa.
PRICK—8l
I.R per. bottle, or 6 bottles for
jJG.fn), delivered to any address. Sold by
all Druggists everywhere, [v8,nl2,yl
New Oregon still Lives!
i00n
*& Iluut,
A*C STILL THERE
With a ComfUte Stock tf
PRINTS A LAWNS,
Of the Latest Styles and best Manufacture.
-!0- 3 '«4
i» a»
w S
I 8
I S 3
house and two
lots iu the village of Cresco. The house
is a story and a half high and commodi
ously arranged for a dwelling, a fine col
lectitn of shrubbery, and a good well on
the premises.
For particulars enquire at this office or
of C. G. SCHELLENGER,
30-8] ijfresco Iowa.
CD
8 S
s a
3 S
a
3 3
50 a
Paris Trail and Pride of the
West, HOOP SKIRTS,
Cassimeres,
Hats, Caps,
Boots A
Shoes.
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a w
5d w o
CO
o w
*4
89 5 2 a
53
£1 S
a
t—i
CD
«t
MIRRORS,
MAILS.
SCYTHES,
CO
SNATHS,
BAKES,
FORKS
SHOVELS.
HOES,
PLOWS,
And in fact a full and com
plete stock in trade selected
with esp?cial reference to the
wants of this community.
Persons wishing to purchase
for READY PAY, [Cash or
Produce,] will find their's as
cheap as any store west of the
River.
SJJ^COTTE AND BE CONVINCED.
New Oregon, May 31,1867.
98v8) MOON & HUNT.
NEW STORE, 'NEW
AND
New Goods At Re
duced prices
esco
Would Respectfully announce that they
are just receiving from the Eastern
Markets a full and complete
assortment of
V S
WTs1
PATENT MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS,
PERFUMERY,
FINE TOILET SOAPS,
SCHOOL
AND
CELLANROUS BOOKS,
DIARIES FOR 1S&?,
&c, Ac., |cc.
Remcmb?r the place
MIS-
Which they offer at lower
rates than ever before
sola in the County,
Lamps,
LAMP CHIMNEYS,
and Kerosene Oil
Of best quality and at low
Every article guaranteed to b« as
represented.
To CASH BUYERS, they offer un aral
lelled inducements both as to quality of
Goods aud Cheapness.
n7v8tf] PRICE A LOWRY.
J#ly. 1, 18*1
u:
BVRDICK
G+1LLITM*
At the Po»t Office
CRESCO, 10'V A.
Have now on hand for Sale at the lowest
living rates a complete stock of
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Consisting of, Cloths,
Cassimeres,
Prints,
Delaines,
Sheetings,
Shirtings,
Hats, Caps,
Boots, Shot s, and
"M.
CLOTMG.
ALSO
Teas.
Coffees,
Sugar,
Tobaccoei,
ils,
Painfr,
Putty,
Glass,
&cM &c.
We are always satisfied with a
living profit, and will guarantee ev
ery article we sell to bo as repre
sented.
AST*Produce of all kinds taken in
exchange for goods. [n29vS
BURDICK & GALLUP.
NEW GOODS!
LOW PRICES.
The subscribers would inform the ladies
of Northern Iowa and Southern Min
nesota that they have decided to
try the experiment of keeping
a good stock of
MILLINERY GOODS,
Of the best styles, and
to perform all work in the
way of bleaching, making or nt*
pairing bonnets, hata Ac., al
Llm« Springs low*.
In such manner and at prices to warrant
satisfaction to their patrons. The
ladies are especially invited to
call and examine work, goods
and priccs. May 1867.
They also, in conjunction with Mm. Atr
dcrs cf Fillmore"county have the agency
for this, and Fillmore county, for the Fin
kle & Lyon Sewing Machine, the best, as
well as the simplest and cheapest machine
before the publie.
_. JULIA P. COLE,
25tf] J.c. 8CHE1BE.
Eugenie Hair Restorative.
This celebrated preparation is now put
up in mammoth Bottles, and sold by all
Druggists at 75 cents. It is the cheapest,
best and meet papular Hair Preparation
kaewa. (•!,•* yl
Advertisement*.
200BUTTE1
iKKiNie ,cr
by
STROTHER & KlliKPATRICK,
South end of Brick Block, Cresao,
Iowa, August 1st 1867.
ES It arrival of Men's Hats, jiut
from New York, at
STROTHER k KIKKPATRICK'S.
Brick Block, Cresco. August 1st. 1867,
HOSIERY.—Men's,Children's
CROCKERY
9
Paints
Women's Mis-
scs's, Boys and Hosi
ery, just received and for salo choap, bjr
&TROTUER & KlrfKI'ATKICK.
South End Brick Block, Cresco Iotffc.
August 1st, 1367.
A GLASSWARE.—A
large invoice of Crockery
&
Glass*
ware hus just been recoived from Boston
and for sale by
STROTHER & KIRK PATRICK.
Cresco. August 1st, 1867.
ROCER1ES.—A full md complete
assortment of the best qualities ef
Te a, Coflees, Sugars Ac., will be fotiod
for sale, very choap, at
STROTHER & KIRK PATRICK1!^
Crcsco. August 1st. 1367.
READYvariety
MADE CLOTHING.—*
large on hand and for aatt
on the best possible terms by
STROTHEK it K'CKPATRICK,
Cresco, Iowa.
HAY
RAKES —A few dotefi more
left and for stile cheap, nt
STROTHER v KIRKPATRICK'S,
BrirV Cresco Iowa. Aug I. lHt'T.
Beef. Pork, Muckerul, vViutt?
Fish, Herring and Cod-fish, for
sale at
STROTHER & KIRKPATRICK'S
Brick Block, Cresco, Iowa.
COMPLETE
prists.
cssortment ofCrodHt
Jars, Milk Pans, Jugs Ac., at
STKOTH Ettit WRKPATIII: K*FC
Cresco, Iowa.
IFKinds,
you want to buy Oood Goods, ef ell
Cheap for C'nsh, call on
STROTHER & KIRKPATRICK.
South End of Brick Block, Creseo Iowa.
Auzust 1st, 1867 [37tf.
THE HOWE SEWING HA
CHINES
6»0BROADWAY NEW YORK.
FOR FAMILIES. AND MANCVACTUitBU.
TH F.SK WOttL D-R ENOW N KD SEW
ING MACHINES.
Were awarded the his
hist pm*
mium at tho Worlds Fair in Low
don and the six first premium*
at the N. Y. State Fair of
1366.
and
Ar*c- teir*t"J f.r doing the best work, utlcgt mnct*
fmHiler for tA.e tnine thread titan any other
ir.aclilnr, and by the Introduction of tha me*! ap
proved uiii:hiut*i'y, *re now a!le to auppy Uio
very bet tuxcliir.egfu the wurld. Thrae machint*
•re made at our ni-w and ipacioiK Factory at Brid|«.
port, Conn., undrr it e Iniinediut, fuyervi«t«u of (tit*
Frcaldcnt of tho Company,
Elias Howe Jr.
The
tfieStwing
original
Machine.
InvMtW. ef
They are adapted to all Made
I of Family at-wing, Army Clothing, and tu Hit uac at
Scanigtrvssi'a, Drew Makrra, Tailor*, Mxnulacturar*
ofMiirtu, Ci.llura, Skirts, Cloaks, Mantilla*, Cloth
ii'f. Hut", Caps, 1'oructn, U.ioti, £hnra, llarnfattsa.
SaddicD, l.iiien (inud*, Unil'rcllia, Para^oU, *to.
Tiity work equally
we I
i
upon Ml!, linen,
woolen aud
cotton good, witti nilk, cotton linen thread,
l'hejr
will seam, quilt, gather, hem, 'ell, cord. Iraid,
and perforin evtry specie* of
bind.
at
wing,
tifui and perfect ititch
making a bean
alike on
both side* of th*
article* wed.
Tne [Stitcli invented by Mr. UOWH, ami mad*
on this viaciiioc. is tiie moat popular and darahlc,
I
and all
Srwiug
Machines are sul-)ect to the prlnui-
pie iureuted by hiiu.
FOR CIRCULAR. ]n?SvSf4
AGENTS WAKTID
The Howe Machine Company,
699B&0ADWAY. Cor. Fourth tt IT, T.
A GREAT BARGAIN!
The subscriber will sell his farm very
chcap! It is situated in Winnesheik coun
ty, on the Rail Road six miles from Cresot*
ten miles from Counover, five miles from
New Oregon and fifteen miles from De
corah. There are 2 brooks runniug througk
the farm and ten never failing springs and
timber sufficient on the premises for th*
uses of the farm. It is well culculatcd for
stock and grain raising, having 400 acre*
fenced, 2')0 of which is under cultivation,
and 30 acres with a spring on it is cnclosoi
with a post aud rail fence for a pastura.
There are two good wells, three log house*
and a new frame house situated on the
military road. The farm contains 68!)
acres in all, lying in one tract, and will b»
sold in lots to suit purchasers. It cau b»
divided iuto 80 acre lots and have living
water on each lot. There is also a schoel
house iu the immediate vicinity For pir.
ticulars inquire of
n9tl3] JOHN WHOLEHAtf.
SHERIFF SALS.
By virtue of an exccutiou issued^'out of
the office of the clerk of the District court
of Howard county Iowa, to me directed and
delivered by Aaron Kimball clerk of th»
district court aforesaid bearing date De
cember 6th 1867 commanding me to inaka
the sum of 8151,97 with interest on mid
debt at the rate of 10 per ceut per umi"iM
from date of judgment to satisfy a judg
ment obtained in the District court of said
Howard county on the 29th day of Julv
18o8 in favor of W. W. McMenery & CV
und against Anthony Garver defendant 1
have as commanded in said execution levied
upon the following described premisuj tu
wit: The north half ofthc south west quar
ter of section fifteeu in township one huu
dred range twelve as the property of th*
said defendant and will expose the same Iu
public sale for cash in hand at tho front
door of the court house iu Cresco Howard
county Iowa on tho 18th day of January
A. D. 1868 at the hour of one o'clock u
when and where duo attendance will bo
given hv the undersigned.
Sheriff's oflics Creeeo this 11th d«y
UM7.
J. F. PjMrjM.t

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