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DEALER, ISM. tKVMD AY, JULY 14, W. MEAD, Editor. It. The home vs. the hypocrite. A Fo(u)raker patch is all that left to the republicans of Ohio. Is George Hdu rltng, formerly deputy United States marshal, says fee is •lot a republican this year. A party that upholds usury need Sot mock the peoplo with taffy about & tariff for the protection of labor. Democratic platform for 1884 •Turn out the rascals.0 Republican platform for M04 "Keep out the rascals." Senator Shrader, of Iowa City, th •taunch republican, affirms that he *an not stand upon the republioau Mate platform as a candidate for re olectlon. Congressman Murch, of lfatne, In the investigation of the charges •igalnst Supervising Architect Hill Is showing a condition of rottenness that really makes the star route thieves sweet and savory. The ad ministration Is doing what it can to Shield the plunderers of the treas •rj. Now that Dorsey hat a certificate of character It will be In order for the leaders of the g. o. p. to give him another grand entertainmentat Delmonico's. If not, why not? He earri ed Indiana with soap aad •aved the g. o. p. In 1880. Truly i •ourt of justice Is a place fiimere lttUe •mains an* submit te fate WM grot Onoa may «n)oy the world la SUM,1 We leant from the District Post that the Nationals of Allamakee bounty met in convention at Watt tton recently and put the following tounty ticket |n nomination: For •epresentatlve, A. B. Cook super visor, Hans Slmonson*, treasurer, H. ft. Cooper auditor, L. Coppersmith Sheriff, C. A. Leithold county sup erintendent, L. Eells surveyor Johu Itatcliffe coroner, L. B. Adams They also appointed a senatorial committee for the county and a new tentral committee with T. £. Dela more as chairman. delegation of Influential Irish fnen called on President Arthur to frotest against the English methods 4f pauperizing their countrymen through infamous laws, and then •endiug them out of the country of their nativity to enable the absentee landlord to more surely collect his tent from those who remain await flnf a like end. After the side-whls leered president finishes up his sum mer fishing he promises to thorough ly investigate the subject of griev Mice, as the polite John A. Kassoa named it in the closing resolution of the republican state platform. The Tauunany democrats of New York were stmngely out of place in the Chicago Anti-Monopoly conven tion. They favor a protective tariff and the national banking system articles in a protective creed which ought to give them food standing among thieves. The anti-monopoly Sentiment of a Tammany democrat Is about as honest and sincere as that of Iowa republican*— hypoc risy, sham and fraud is all there of either. The platform adopted good, so good that tho Tammany anti-monopolists withdrew, for which 1st us return thanks. Bnvinee* Failure*. The Inislness failures for the first Six moaths of 1883 show a markod Increase over the two yean previous. The failures of 1883 have been 4687 the liabilities $66,000,000. the HUM of Fuitfeisft It is not Che province of constitu tions to provide or declare the pen ftlties against their violation. Vhis trork is left to th e legislature creat ed by the fundamental law. Even the recently Supreme court rejected amendment recognizes tho necessity Of penalties being affixed by the law Snaking branch of the government in |rovldiug that "the general assemb ly shall by law provide Suitable penalties for its violation, pence the public sentiment of the |eople as expressed through each Succeeding legislature measures the force and effect that shall be given to constitutional prohibition, in en Acting lax or stringent law. An im jortaut feature of constitutional prohibition, then, is the fact, that it Imposes no obstruction to the traffic tmt such as the legislature may subsequently enact, but It prohib Its the legislature from regulating or $ontroling it in any manner through high license though it may encour age the traffic by the merest aham Of a prohibitory statute. For more than thirty years, Ohio has had such a constitutional provision substuu tlally as was ours, and under It the liquor tariff has grown to gigantic proportions all over the State, under the loose legislation adapted. Practically it has while permitting the traffic to any extent desired, relieved those engaged in it from ail the taxation whieh under a license system might have been Imposed upon it. If the people of Iowa desire to handicap their law makers and give unrestrained liberty for the traffic, they should by all Ineans adopt constitutional prohi fdtiou, otherwise such statutory .jregulatiou aa the wt'lfaie of the pub /fie demands. How they ltesoluted. "Sweeter than sugar" Is the eoal tar eliemically.-prepanyc! snbstaoee scIentiQcally named,"benzoic sulpha nidc." But this is not as sweet or as false as the resolutions adopted at tho recent republican convention of this county. Below we givo them In paragraphs with our comments: Tho republicans of Howard county in convention assembled declare anew their Xaith in the declaration of President Lincoln, that "this is a government of the people, by the peo plo, and for the people," and when they they declare their sentiments by their ballots upon any great moral or political question, their verdiet must be respected and obeyed. To this end we dcclure in favor of the following principles: 1st. Protection of the homes and the people of Iowa from the saloons and tho liquor traffic, by censtltution al and statutory prohibitory enact ments, and the due enforcement of the samo. If the homes of Iowa should bo protected by "statutory prohibition" and are not thus protected, only tho republican party is responsible for the failure. It has more than two thirds of the legislature as a rule with all the state officers. la 1854 it bartered the principlo for votes, and concluded the fraud la supporting Gear for governor though he had been frequently Indicted for selling whisky. 2d. Protection of the peoplo from the extortions of monopolies and the control and regulation of all corpor ations by law. In 1874 the people defeated the vepublicans In the state sufficiently to obtain control of the legislature, and an act was then passed putting the corporations under the control of law. In 1878 the republicans ob tained control of the legislature and repealed the law regulating the rail road corporations. And this con vention made two of the men who aided in that work delegates to the republican state canvention. 3d. Protection of American labor Ai*d commerce against the cheap la bor of the overcrowded communities of the old wosld, by proper tariff regulations. How is this to be done when the monopolists that enjoy this protec tion import pauper labor free from all parts of the world? 4th. A modification of the patent laws to prevent re-issues and to pro tect innocent purchasers of patent articles in open market. If the party really favors such wiso and wholesome legislation, why has it made no move in that direction during the quarter of a century it has held legislative and executive control in the government? One at a time gentlemen." 'The homes vs. the hypocrites," you know, It the issue. 5th. Repeal of the law limiting the time in which applications for pen sions under the Arrears of Pensions Act shall be made. Yes, and equalize the pay of the soldiers as advocated by the Nation al party, if you would do the soldiors Justice. But instead of this your party made a president in 1880 of the man who led the republican party in congress against the spirit of this resolution. Wo request our delegation to the state convention to present the fore going resolutions, and urge their in coiporation into the party platform. WM. KCLLOW, JR. JOHN FAUXSWOBTB, DARITS S&XLKT, W. E. HASXIVS, L. E. POTTEB, Committee on Resolutions. Now Just one man of that commit tee has been consistent tn present ing such resolutions and that is Judge Beeley, his consistency con sisting in voting occasionally with the National party for these meas ures. The other names signed are simply honorable fellows lending their names to deceive their fellow moo. Tho national party was organized to reform the politics of the country. Let that work have our attention to the exclusion of other matters. That done, if the clergy need help in cor recting the morals of the people, and instituting temperate habits, that work can bo taken up, every man beginning with himself. The McGregor News occupies tho anomolous position of warring up on the corporate monopolies of the country and still retaius its position in the republican party. Is not the News awaro of the impossibility of serving both God and mammon? If you love the people und hate the corporate monopolies, you'll aban don the republican party which is the author and protector of ihem. This isn't the year to catch the peo ple with chaff. When your party brings forth works meet for repent ance will be time enough for the members to talk of it aa an anti-mo nopoly party. If It Is an anti-monop oly party why has It had twenty years of control without putting the monopolies under control of law? Wm. Larrabeo, of Clermont, W. A. Hoyt, of Fayette, and half a dozen associates, in whone business sagac ity we have heretofore had unbound ed confidence, have by a recent move shaken our faith in them, or else confirmed oui- iiitherto expressed opiuiou of the uutioiml bauking sys tem us one of robbery und plunder. These men have organized a nation al bank ut West Union with a capital of $100,000. Tho republican papers say there is no profit in the business It is passing strange that men of their business tact should tie up $100,000 where only $190,000 of it will btt drawing interest. It's so nice that when business und labor uses $90,000 they should pay interest on $100,000 more than they use. Has the Uuzvtti a remedy. A Revival of Commerce. The most ultra protective tariff people in the world clamor for the revival of commerce, build harbors for its protection, and light-houses to guide it in safety Into them, and to warn it of hidden rocks, and dan gerous coasts. It noxt lays it under tribute often making tho tribute so extortionate as to be prohibitory. Now oommerce Is simply a mutual barter or exchange of products for products, of service for service. It is this, and only this, whether the products are of the samo or of differ ent nations. If botween different nations it implies as rnuoh homo la bor given as foreign labor received. Its advantage consists In the ten de ncy to foster the natural Indus tries of countries and in making a bettor use of the resources of each, so that the sumo amount of labor gives more satisfaction aad well-be lng everywhere. If this Is desirable then commercial intercourse whether between individuals, communities, states of the samo or of different governments should be hampered by as tew restrictive obstructions as possible. The Cresco PLAIN DKAX.SU kindly explain* why the Revised Statutes of the United States are of more Itn* portance to the people than tho Holy Bible. Will it now give us an explanation of the pass business? Will it please tell us what It thinks of a public offleer engaged in denounc ing railroad monopolies, who is In debted to at least one such company for the favor of a pass, whieh he rides upon? Will it Kindly explain how far such an official, so profes sing, falls short of being a full-fleged hypocrite and blatant demagogue?— [Decorah Republican. Oh, yes, Bro. Bailey well favor you with our Ideas of your pass busi ness and anU-mouopoly conversion The latter Is a fraud of the first wa ter. the former you have, as a party, earned In serving the monopolies Use them the people are not fools they understand that if there are monopolies that should be regulated oontrolled or abolished by law, which are not, that the republican party which has had control of congress for nearly a fourth of a century is to blame. They also understand that every monopoly In existence owes it to the faot of republican ascend ancy in the government. Seventy five years of chattel ownership man In man in this country did not produce a single millionaire In all tho section where the system existed Twenty-two years of republican leg islatlon has transferred the products of those who toll to the pockets those who toll not sufficiently that It has made millionaires by the thous ands and paupers and tramps by the million. The effete monarchies the old world were eight hundred years accomplishing what tho re publican party can do In a genera tion—enslaving labor to capital They went by the old stage coach the republican party Is taking tho people to the same end with electric speed. And in the faco of these facts the republican manipulators of Win nesheik county, of Howard county and In state convention assembled resolved themselves Into anti-mo nopollsts, Jas. F. Wilson distributing the taffy with one hand, and railroad passes, issued by the monopolies he serves, to the faithful with the other The anti-monopoly of such a man of such a party with such a record is a good deal like that Baptist con vert, a man of notoriously wished life, who professed to have "expert enced religion." The good church people repaired to the river, chopped a hole In the ice and prepared immerse the new believer. Much interest was awakened and many of the former boon companions of the new convert attended they crowded about the the hole In the ice-bound river, and when the convert was dragged out of the water a sinner sidled up to him and asked him "Are you cold, of Jim "N-n-n-o-o-o,1 replied the glowing believer, with chattering teeth. "B-a-h," respond ed the sinner In high disgust, "dip him again, he's a liar still." Will some one of 42 labor protec tionists who assembled at the court house on the 16th tilt, come to the front? Ah, ha, Bro. Moou. Please luform an "Aniuriwan laborer" how you propose to protect him "against the cheap labor of tho overcrowded communities of the old world" while allowing manufacturing corporations to import that cheap labor tree under contract at less wages than will sup port an "American laborer" with the most meagre necessities of life? Is your tariff to be levied upon this "pauper labor" coming to this coun try, and to be prohibitory? or how? The work ol harmonizing the re publican party In noward county is complete and the fanatical element ought to be happy. Through their super-human efforts every town was represented iu the late county con vention. In towus which cast but a single republicuu vote for the consti tutional amendment no caucus was held and no delegates sent, but that solitary voter was present by special invitation from the leader of tho faithful, aud although other repub licans were present, for the sake of harmony they were permitted to re main at disinterested spectators, aud all tills in the interest of hartiiouy. In this way the party of prohibition through its circulars Issued by Harvey, Kimball, at ol controlled the state convention. The Power of Congress. Constitution Art. 1. See. 8: "Con gress shall have power to levy and collect taxes, duties, imports und ex '•tec-." i'ui what? "Iv i'uy the debts and provide for the common defense." And not to protect the manufactures? No, not to protect any special or private interest. This has already been settled by the su preme court In deciding against the ight of taxiug tho people to aid rail* road corporations in building their roads. Tho objcct in clothing con gress with power to levy duties imports Is clearly defined. ruiso revenuo for the payment of debts, etc. uties op It Is Adam Smith, ons of tho olsnrest headed economists that ever wrote, said: "Protective taxos are hostile to re venue, because the purpose of a pro tective tax is to prevent lmportu tions. The moment that a tax IN* gins to have this affect, It prevents revenue. Hence, where protection begins thero revenue ends." There fore a protective tariff defeats the object for which congress was em powered to levy Important duties, and Is In consequence^lu violation of the spirit and Intent of tho power granted.—[Exchange. KiRkwooinuckg. He IWsn't^Want to Take the Si»i nn» and Show His Hostility to the Republican Nominee. tlpectai TeiegiMQ to the Globe.] IOWA COT, Iowa, July 10.—Ex Socratary Klrkwood sends the fot towing to tho QaxttU: "I notice that in your Issue of yesterday you quofe Mr. Mahln, of the Muscatine Jour rat. as stating in his paper that "the ex-governor had threatened to take tho stump agaiosi the Republican nomluec for Supremo- Judgv, uless that nominee should be Judge Day.' Mahin Is mistaken. I did not say so. I did say, when speaking with some other Republicans about the coming canvass, that I could not and would not vote for any oandldate who might be nominated over Judge Day for this reason, I might be *mbar rassed in making speeches in ease I went on tho stump that, hen mak ing an old-fashioned Republican speech In my old-fashioned way, some impudent Democrat in the audience might ask me If I intended to vote for the Republican nominee for supreme judge that, being ao asked, I could do only one of two things, either remain silent, which would not lead to edification, or say frankly that I would not vote for the Republican uositnee. I have a very doclded opinion that tn the above dilemma Ishould not remain silent Although plain speaking has some times its cmbarrasaxnente, it has Us compensations. (Signed,) 8. J. KIRKWOOD. Miscellaneous Note*. The land monopoly Is the nsost hurtful of all, while the transporta tion, bank and telegraph come next All forms of monopoly must go or the great mass of the people be re duced to the worst form of slavery "Possession Is nine points In law, says an old saw and that's what' the matter with our government—it has got Into the possession of thieves and it seems as though thero were not enough true men In tho country to got It away from them. The great and living questions of labor, land, finance, taxation and transportation must be so adjusted and regulated as to subservo the wants and needs of the many, and not the grasping and greedy selfish ness of the few.—[Harvey R. Harris. John B. Gough has surrendered tho temperance lecture field to others. He says beer drinking is on tho In crease. The temperance societies are failures, and should be, under such mean partisan management, The leaders alway* wotk tot tha po publican party. All admit that otrr postal eystem is the best the world ever saw. Then if the government can manage this tremendous business to the entire satisfaction of all, is it not true that that it can manage the railroads banks and tho telegraph lines with equal satisfaction? English capitalists have purchased 5,000 square miles of Texas land. Tho purchase is larger than the area of the state of Connecticut, which has only 4,000 square miles. These English capitalists do not propose to permit other people's eattle to graze upon their land, and orders aro now out for wire to build a fence 800 miles long. The mortgage Is the great har voster which takes the crop while the farmer does the work. If we had twice as much currency as we now have It vrould enable farmers to pay off their mortgages and get out of debt, and they could then set tho price on their own pro ducts. If workingmen would read moro and wisely apply thoir knowledge they would have to work less. Fewer luxuries for the drone* Mid more comforts for the honey-makers, thould be the motto of a nation where four-tifths of the people are farmers, mechanics and laborers. A cyclone may blow down the farm-house and a ilood may sweep away the crops, but they never de stroy the mortgages. A graduated income tax is the only thiug that helps a poor man and holds back tho xieh man it is like giving the long cud of the yoke to the small ox. The national debt Is a blood-sucker that Is sapplug the life of the to public. The greenback is the star of Beth leiietu directing the Joutsupss ol the commercial world to a higher pluue of exlstenco. The national bank note to the ttlo« gitlmate off-spring 4 greed sad usury. If tho bread-raisers and bread winners would comblno and kill off the blood-suckers and the drones they would find their hours of labor cut down ons-half and their surplus products Increased a hundred-fold. There Is no money except fiat money—not even gold and silver. Pay off ths bonds and stop the In* terest. Corporations of all kinds should be knocked on the head they have ueltber bodies to kick nor souls to damn. i—i i Culled from the Pre» at Uurge. Officials who permit monopoly of any kind, ate tho greatest of all theives. XJsury ts the clubwtth which avar Ice knocks the life out of Industry aad enterprise. Basking changes debt* Into as sets and enables the banker to grow rich on what he owes. The power to Iseue money Is solely a sovereign power and right of gov crnment, and ho who decries this, talks treason or ignorance. The question of debt slavef% to one that iuverests fifty millions of people. The principles of the Green back party, proclaimed at the polls, can peacefully avert the danger that threatens our republic. The government puts Its foot on the emigration of Chinese cheap la bor, and to be consistent, It must be equally energetic In preventing the English government from flooding this country with tho contents of its workhousos. The value and full employment of all forms of labor is the gaugo of a nation's prosperity, if that labor is well paid is "diguifled" with com fortable homes and is securod by just law agaiust being robbed of the natural right to labor and reap the reward. The Clevclamd Leader says that "Jeffersontan Democracy Is a hum bug." If it moans modern,Demoorn cy claiming to bo such, we heartily second the motion, and offer as an amendment that the present Repub licanlsm, claiming to be Lincoln Ro publicanlsm, Is its twin brother hum' bug. No honest, fair-minded working man should have auythiug to do with tho MUltla oompauies which are held In reserve, subject to the orders of the monopolists who are robbing the people under tho laws which have been enacted by hired politicians and public dead-beats. If the antl-monopely movement will succeed it must put on prudence and livo on honesty of purpose. All lndividuallsms must surrender to the grandsf 4iMiiASS at reform* A financial system based on debt must fall wheu the dobt is paid, and remain permanent only by the por petuatlon of the debt hence we de clare that the national banking sys tem Is wrong, oontrary to tho spirit of tree institutions, as a free govern ment ceases to be free, if saddled with a perpetual Interest-bearing debt The laboring people aro the who support the grooer, merchant and shop-keeper and they should unite In assisting the laborer in got ting good wages. Let every busi ness man who is depeudant upon the laborer for his support join the party that is In fovor of paying tho labor er a fair compensation for his servi ces. The government that falls to fos ter Individuality ?t its citisons can not do otherwise than prove a fail ure. Every effort of evolution is toward the lndividuaiixatiou of men and women and all moro forma, whether of law or government, must cither proYide.Ior it, ot bo crushed by it. No sin Is fit stronger terms in the Bible than usury, and yet, strange as it may seem, there is not a preacher In tho land that dares to denounce It in his pulpit. The preachers know that If they de nounced usury It would break np their congregations, hence they are with one accord as silent as ths grave upon this greatest of all sin. Monopolists and money-sharks all have a dislike tor a govornmdut by tho people, and it is not surprising that they should denounce labor organizations and tho labor papers as communists. It communism free people and a liberal government then wo are tor coinunkm. Hatton is still at It. Copies of tile National Republican aro being mail ed by the assistant postmaster-gen eral, wrapped up in agricultural re ports. On tho wrapper enclosing both report and specimen copy, is 011 injunction forbidding uuy one using it for any other than ofltcial business under penalty of $300 line. If civil service reform could strike the post office department, Hattoa would be shortly pucklug his trunk for Bur iington, where he got his first lift as cupper for the C. B. & Q., railroad. Hon. Petor Cooper, the philanthro pist, once said: "In all towns where a newspaper is published, every man should advertise in it, evcu if noth ing more than a card stating his name and tho buaiucss he is eu^a.f cd in. It docs not ouly pay the ad vertber, but it lets people st a dis UMMfO JMffcHIr 4Ui# jrVM iOfcitW in l.i a prosperous community of bu.ilncMij num. As the soed Is sown, so the fruit rocotupeosos. Never pull dowu your sign while you ex pect to do business, for It often lnril* catcH that busiuoss Is poor and you are loosing your grip, commercially Hpcaking. The Judicious advertiser will receive In roturn ten dollars for evory one invested in tho cylumun of a live newspaper." -1 a Buckleirs Arnica SutVP. Tho greatest medical wonder of tho woild. 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O Constant Additions Mado to Main talu our Stock and suit our patrons. Fashionable Hats Bon nets with suitable and seasonable trim -miugs alway on hand. DRESS MAKING AND HAIR WORK Satisfactorily attended to, and with Promptness. Prices, considering quality, as CBEAP AS THE C/TEJPFST Grateful for past liberal patron age, we shall endeavor to merit its future continuance by renewed of forts to servo you faithfully. S. M. COLE. PAlOTPXJsre, lift ALL ITB DEPARTMENTS FOR TOWN OR COUNTRY, WW aad jwna speedy and naOhttli 'OlII Ps- have prompt skillful and| satfctfactory at tenUoa. Apply to J, J. BBOWX, Shop rear pan oc the buUdio# Wcst,ot Toadeys Pump Shop. rarrlsge, Strn. sod cnry SfK\-lea erf Hoe wort will have special GRAINING NEATLY DONE, twin pnoe« won't he urirtertHt M-rtbed best SHOES In this market. Fifteen years acquaintance with ths wants of the people of Howard coun ty, has enabled us to consult their Interests equally as well as our own In purchasing stock. Our goods are sold upon their merit, and unless they sustain tho recommcud we givo them mav bo returned aud the mon ey refunded. All reasonable efforts will be made on our part to maintain and continue the ploasant relations which our long acquaintance and pleasant bu.tne*s associations with the people of tho county has seemed to establish. by aayboby. Notice To Redeem. To Iwr llttn?-on or other Unknown Owners ef the l*n4a lit*riii.ifter dvoorlbwt Take notice thai st tb ndjourned public Tax Sale, beinin and publicly held st theora th* County Treasurer, In creacn, Bowanl ohimy, Iowa, purseaut to law. commencing on it*- tlrsi Monday of October, IffTS. UMrlt, on the isi day of tuber. thereafter, u wlilch time Said n!t had been legal ly•|i»1,v»uniel. I lit' follow ing 1T raal estate WAS MOIU by th* rreus* urer of m»td county for the Java aue Uierrnn tin the yu*r uiKMtntln to tbe »uir.uf II* uvwtt: the kc v the of mtKin In U)wi.*lil|t ¥7, r»urt' li *old to S. H. Ave rill lor $6 V7 ami the mv ol the nc nf section in uwn«hlp97, raupe ix, was sold toe.4.ihnvj« ftr SUSS. That tue aforeralrt puirusiMM* sa1fleertlfte-le nt have pn pisly I'.SI-I^T'HI I totue. TUst 1 aui now llu Uwtul owner aiui holder thereof, thai the n^ttt ef redemn Ucfi will ex pin :uut a divtl I nud lirvt t* inswio to I IMPnmierslv'i." wb» 1, now ll»«- ui.tl IteUier in ir,» tr» i, 11.-lit, the oitta i wite r..nde thereon hy I'm Trea»ur« r»: nail e. twity, unlett iv*lclU|'tftt frwu blUl "Hie In- l:..de villi tu a days froiu u» irutu service oflMsuottoe. oauKOK vicasaa.on-nitr. Hy I'. uatrrtM, Ula Agvnu Dated July Srd. 1»S«. HEADACBi sad aHBSMSSGtMPUMSra are relieved hy taJUiix jwrnrrsmpuui vHtnMuwus e A y i NirAJL work Jmm Do you want a No. 1 Boot or Shosf If so remember that Has the best grades of Eastern Ous* torn Made In the Market He also makes BOOTS8 SHOE8 To nrrtcr. ustiitf itoo hwit nrncit and th® brut (n«'h*nloiu ftklll. I'rtcen rtmHcoable mnt«rt»l ttie fully Elm warrtnteS. Wput *14* or strMt, thr*H doors south (wm Kimball a FarMworthi itaak. CHRISTOPHER O'GRADY, TBS SOLID SHOEMAN. Announces to tho peoplo of Ifowsrd const?, sad to ail who trade in Orosco, that hs hss An Endless Stock Of LA DIBS', BRUM'S emu oiirrr, nm BOOTS AND SHOES. wiusisonsfciMouse* show to crstr. sisokscvs Leather Bo and: Findings Of all Kioto in Stock st his Root sod Shoe Store. Sign of the GOLD BOOT. Next door ri*u a o'MsUeys, Cieeco, lew* MM BONAIRSTORE. WX. BATBStT, DEALEBDV BBT CiOODS, CBSCBBKBS» TIN-WARE. NAILS. QUKKNSWARK, isoTsasasBS. A general stock of goods, and a good assortment In eaeh line. Prices at competition ratee with any firm in the county. BUTTER AND EOG8 take* 1a exohange for Ooods and highest prices paid. 27 tl WM. KATHE8T. Restaurant, «M«t CM.GJiBtS% with good aad wholesome ftefreeluaeate alway* AT BEN 8ERFUNC8, GRANGER, MINN. courteous and tivll attestlon to the wants of patrons, cvme aaA lw convinced. 4ltt Sewing Machine, WITH BELT THREADING SHUTTLE.' The Best 1C achine Made. The Lightest Running, tho 81mpleat la Construction, the moot Perfect la Its Work, the Easiest operated. Prices Reasonable. Terms Satlsfao* tory. Call and see it, tfy It, aud It you want a machine you'll buy It Q. MEVERDEN* 28m6 Agent, Cresco, Iowa. jpnadall-a Old Stand), South Side Market SL, Carry a Full aad Complete STOCK OF CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, Canned Goods, FLOUR & SALT. They have no Rent to pay. light In surance, no Clerks, and Light Expenses, heare th«y cam slid WILL make it to the Interest of Farmers and Others to patronise tho lev Qrocon. Call und cxaiuliif Good* au«llear|| Pru-e-3, which will tell you where t§ trade. We hav«? put in a 4-toj Improved Eowe Scales, \Vii!» liu- »n»\vriii»ifiti 'Pet Will give aeeuiate weifiu to all, uiihmtt distiucUoa. Vvfgoiutm r.-.i.