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^'SITNIJAY CARS AND CARRIAGES.—In Phii delphia, recently, ns a luxurious carriage, containing some of the "upper crust' peo ple, whs passing the Custom House a man stepped from tho side-walk, grasped the horses by the bridles, and declared the horses should rot proceed. lie was ar rested immediately and taken before an alderman, where he stated, io defence, that, as the cars for the poor were not allowed to run on Sunday, the carriage* °*f -th« rich should also be prevented from run ning. lie was held in $800 to jceop the peaee. This man certainly had a truer compre hension of the principles of justice than tho Kadical majority of the late Legia luturo which passed the law against run ning the cars on Sunday. If it is reli giously wrong to ran oars on tfcat day, it cannot be religiously right to run carri ages. The sin, if any, is the same the example and influence arc the same. Had a law been made to extend to all sorts of vehicular travol, irrespective of persons or classes, there would be no complaint about '•'class distinctions," however much the puritanical aspect of it might have been contemned and condemned- The present law, however, passed at the demand of the wealthy class, is not intended to better so ciety or secure a more religious observance of Sunday, but to create special privileges for tho*f& to irhom wealth ogives prdtniuence and make* powerful. It s»js to the man of wealth—you are rich enough to own a car or carriage of your own you are at liberty to travel when and where you will for your business or pleasure you may 'desecrate the Sabbath as much as you will, for your money ia a power, and will caver a multitude of sins. But, to the poor man it says—You were made Cora hewer of wood and a drawer of water your power olies in your strong Mints—walk to your business and pleasure. It is by no means wonderful that the working classes cannot comprehend why they should be made to Jkeep the Sabbath merely bccau*9 tbrej Cap not afford to own a carriage.—Peiui. Pa triot tfr Union. On the 27th of April, 2U0 years ago, ,Milton received JC3 for tho poem oF "Para dise Lost." 4% I r////y Jp-.s* Wv 54(y The Gmt HEW ENGLAND DR. J. W. POLAND'S WHITE PINE GOinOUNB! Is now offered to Hie afflicted throughout flic country, after having been proved by the test of eleven yeari, I11 the New England States, where ita merits have be •ome as well known HK tho tree from which, In part, It tit-riven its virt :es. WHITE ram ooacroum CURBS Sore Throat, Colds, Coughs. Diphtheria, Bron chitis, Spitting of Blood, and Pulmonary Affections Sootplaiut*,It aneraUy. is a remarkable Keatedy lor Kirtuer Diabetea, DiSculty of Voiding Urine, Bleeding from the Kidneys and bladder, Gravel,and other complaints. The WBZTB TURN COAZROTNRA. "It was early in the spring of l*a5 that this cuai pouinl \r»s originated. A member of my family was afflicted with i»u irritation of the throat, attended M'ith disaneeable cough. I had some months pre vious though' that a preparation having for its basis the inside bark of white pine might be so compounded as to he very usefuliu diseases or tha tlifoataud lungs. To test the value of it in the case alluded to, I com pounded n small quantity of the medicine thai I had been planning, and g.ne it in teaspoonful doses. Tho result was exceedingly gratifying. Within two days the irritation of tlie throat wa* removed, the cough subsided and a speedy cure was effected. Soon after this I sent some to a lady in Londonderry. N. II., who had been suffering for some weeks from a bad cough, Occasioned bj a sudden cold, and had raised limi ne streiked with blood. She soun found relief, and sunt for mora. Sin-took aliout tan oaros of itundvot Hvell. J. B. Clarke, editor of the .VaricTieste'rDal- ly Mirror, made a trial of the same preparation in the case of a severe cold, and was cured immediatelv. He was so hijrhly pleased with the resul'.aud so confident la success attelidiag its sales, if planed ta-fure the pub lic, that he Anally persuaded me to give it a name and send It abroad to benefit th v suffering. In Nov., 1*55, I first advertised it uudt-r the name of White Pine Compound. In two years from t*at tima tWfi had boon wholesaled hi Manchester atone onr hmtth-eii dol. Iar«' wo'th, where it took ie leHd of ull other rough remedies in the marker, and it still maintains that po sition. There are jzood reasons lor all this: it is very soothing and healing iu its nature, is warming to the stomach, and pleasant withal to the taste,and Is ex ceedingly cheap, As a remedy for kidney complaints the Whiti Pine Compound stands unrivaled. It was not originated for that purpose but a person in using it for a cough was not only cured of the cough, hut was also cured of a kidney difficulty of ten year* Itaalfli*. Since that accidental discovery many thousands have used it forthe same complaint,and hav been complete!ycured." The above was written by l»r. Poland, in 18«j. Since then, as in Manchester, the White 1'inc Compound has taken the lead of all Cough reuiedicyiaw wstttts ar at ions for the cure of kldnev di J* «'t«Ns pmp. •cMltiat.fii e*efy oetfbong (lie Mew city.town,village and h*nilet tlir •ifcUiidgtatc*. This remedy Is as safe and pleasant to take as it is effectual. The Editor of the Manchester Daily and Weekly Mirror, in the leader of the daily, thus writes of the Compound The White tine Compound is ittlvertta .it much length in our Columns,, aifcl we aw happy to learn that the demand for it ia increasing beyond ill |ireviuu« expectations. It in very best medicine for coughs and colds we know of, and no family that has ouce used it will ever be without it. We speak from our own knowledge: it is sure to kill a cold and (pleasant as it is sure. The greatest inventions come by accident, and it is singular that the White Pine Compound, made for ceughs and colds should urove to lie the greatest remedy for Kidney difficulties known. Butso itis. Wecannot doubt it,so manv testimonials come to us from well known men. Besides the char acter of Dr. Poland is mich that we know that he will not countenance what is wrong, Kor years a Baptist clergyman,studying medicine to flbd remedies f,,r his ailmmts. with a delicate, consumptive look, standing with one foot upon the -rave, he made the discover? which has saved himself, and called out from others the strongest testimonials powible. Wehavwknowu Jr. Poland for years, and never knew a mom consul# fi ll, HIS, honest, upright man, and are glad to state that we believe whatever hu says about his White Pine Coiu|ouiid. THE WHITE PINE COMPOUND. 106^, Hanover St.,} BOSTOJf. Prepared under the supervision of Rev W VO I,AND. For sale by |l. K NKWELL, L. BKVTON Ir and 8. J. CASE 4 CO. Yin AFFLICTED SUFFER NO MORE! When by the nse of IR. JOINVJI.LK .* Kl,| jrou can be cured periiianeiitly, and at a ti iliiMK „st. The astonishiiiji Hiiecess which bus attended this in' Valuable medicine for Physical and NervousW. uk HMS, General Detiility and Prostration, Loss of Mils «ular energy Impotency. or any of the consequences 0t youthful indiscretion, renders it the uiuat valuable preparation ever discovered. It will remove all nervous affections, depression ex Cftemont, incapacity to stu.ly or business loss of mem Wry, confusion, thoughts of self-destruction fears of Ipsanity, Ac. It will restore the appetite, renew the (fcenlth of those who have destroyed it by sexual ex 0£ss or evil practices. Young men, be humbugged no more hy "Quark Doctors" and ignorant practitioners, but send with out delay tor the Xlixir, anl be at once restored to health and happiness. A perfect Cure in Guaranteed Hi evory (nrtauee. Price |1, or lour l.niu. K One bottle if sufficient to effect n cure in allordina aary coses. Also, DR. JDJNVILLE'S SPECIFIC net actio PILLS for the nftdjr and permanent cure of Gonorrhoea. Gleet, Ure thral Dlactarges, (Jravel, Stricture, and oil affect Ion ot th« Kidneys and Bladder. Cures effected in from one to Are days. Tlie.v are prepared from vegetable the sjri extract* that are harmless on system, and never stomach or Impregnate the breath. No it u ecassary wtiile us lug than:, nor action In any manner interfere with bnal Ite. Price #1 per bos. the above-nienf ionud articles will bssent closely feaLed, and |Kist-paid, by mail Address nil orders TS & CO., Cjj-cmJfta. Iliver *1, Trvr, *~T. L. J. dtrMise 9t Bro.y nwtMTmmmMm Merchant Tailors. McGregor^ Iowa. fyas ao JJAHJifl retwraed toetir OUD STAND, now thelargesf and most fashionablt stock of .81, Xfew and l*ashionable RE»py-«*PE CLOTHING lob* the City, oonabtfag »f Bvery Variety and Quality* tweeted (torn ttre storks of New York, Boatonand Philadelphia, which they will sell at the ,WK&.PtSSIttf PRICES! Oar aim Is te'seB rvs'rijr o s a «»«I9 A* t-:td TA kSZ Low Figures! Those wishing to pnrchas* will find't u their ad vantage to examine our stock an' prices. Wehave also a Ipleadid 8tock of .Roifn" .' Piece Coods! CLOTHS, CASSIWBBBS, its& ifi K*f trsrdtwasmas, ,T in every variety and novelty, which wearepreparedto main *p to orler. Baring secured the services of iH Si aCVTTER of lnown and acknowledged ability, to* gether with a corps of gncd workmen, we are prepared to make up work in a SATI8FACT0HV and Superior Manner, •ai at VHS SSORTSBT NOtZOA ^iwOD FITS OVAIDITISIW Itl *BAV*'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY!! Over French's Jewelry Store* is re-opened with decidedly new im provements in the light and ar rangements of rooms, and it mice more at his old business with a thorough knowledge of all the la test styles of pictures. Be asks all his fomer custom ers and as many new ones to visit his G-allery and Secure Pictures which he warrants to satisfy the most fastidious. Be will give Particular Attention to Poroelain Pictures and to coloring those copied from old ones, in which perfect satisfaction is warranted. Work will not be intrusted to apprentices, but be done wholly by BSr. and Mrs. Peavy, whose years ofeqMJieiDM enable than to excel in the Art. Plenums having negatives at this Gallery which they wish pre served will give notice within one month to that effect, or they will be destroyed. Valuable Property FOR SALEI T. IIIB of nw^£, Sec. 14, T. 99, R. 11— 80 acres.— First quality uuiinproved Prairie Laud in Howard County, 3 miles from tue new and growing town of The nwW of Sec. 29, T.,98, R. 17—160 acres. Ooed Prairie land, well watered, in Mitchell Co., and within •J niile.« of Went Mitehell. The «o^ of se4 Sec. £3, T. 110, R. 21, in Rice Co., Minnesota. Nine acre* of Timber Land off of the ne}^ Sec. 7, T. 103, K. l'J. in Fillmore Co., Minn. Also J/tt» lft am) tfl, ia Block tit, fralrio duObien Land CO.'H Addition. Lots 1 and 2. in Blix kl", Town of Mazomanie, Wis. l^t.4, ia Moek Viitaft. ef Clayton, Clayton Ce., Iowa. Lot 3, in Block 21, and Lot S, in Block 7, Town ef North McCirexor, I^iya. A.ltio.ouo-tliir(l iatercat la the followlag described property, to-wit: One hundred and twenty acres of Timber Land, with tho Water Power. Saw aatl Ktare MUls, with Machine ry complete and in running order thereon. Aluo 40 acrex of Land, known as the Fillmore Mill Property, c.msihtintf of a Large Stou. Flouring Mill, Bui r, Machinery and applianres therein complete for making le«t iiiTchaiitulde (lour, together with the Water Power, Ham*. Stock-Yardu, McGregor, let. t, if. Jolm Town Lots, Ac., Ac., situated and being in the Town of Vilioiore, KlUuiore Co., Minnesota, all of which will be sold cheap for cash. for terms and. particulars, apply to Thomaa Arnold. Assignee of Lee k Kinnaird. 63h|f M. Pendleton, Commission Merchant for the purchase and sale of DOMESTIC FLEECE AND PULLED Ne. TOOK. Caih advance* made. Cunsij/wnaih SoHcittd. Centr al or Special Market Repnrlt furnxthtA at rujuttt. WtFUBICNCES. II. F. Vail, Cashier Jtat'l B'k of Commerce. New York. Messrs. J. Koorman, Johnston k Co., New York. Gordon. McMlllman k Co., Cleveland, Ohio. W. P. W««tfa|l. Cas'h 1st Nat'l B'k. Minneapolis, Minn lan Thomas Arthur, Caxli'r 1st Nat'l B'k, Newton, Ia. to I Meaers. Ford, Dixon k Co., St. Louis, Mo. I A nd to any Hanker Ik, id to any Hanker tknwvhout tit CoUMtru having Ibrt QtrrtipendcnG. tmb4$ EENNED7 Be SON, Kennedy's BlocU McGregor, Zowa. a 11 Kennedy* Lerin Kennedy. Rockford Nursery. J. SHERMAN, Proprietor, Hockford, Illinois. A CHOICE LOT OF BULBS, Tor fall-setting, of recent importation,consisting of TULIPS, HYACINTHS. CROWN IMPERIALS, CROCUS ES, JAPAN LILIES, AC. THE Proprietor would rtfrain return bin prateful ac knowledgments to an appreciating puldic for tho liberal patronage bestowed in psiit yeara. and would nio«t respectfully cnll their attention to his large and varied assortment of NUKSEKY STOCK, consisting of 5QQ.000 Grafted Apple Trees ,r Of various ages, from one to five yean^ Pears, Standard and Dwarf,' Of Hardy varieties, adapted to our climate. Plums 1ii Varieties Dwarf Apples, Dwarf Gooseberries. Whitefmflfc, Crown Bob, Houghton, and others 43, Past experience has demonstrated that Fall is as good as any other part of the year for setting most kinds of Fruit and Ornamental Trevs your orders to these Nurseries and ^et what yen send for, or to THE J. XV Corlet. Resident Agt, Farmersburg-, lo. J. & SHERMAN, I Hockford, Illinois. ASTROLOGY. WORLD ASTONISHED AT THE WONDERFUL BEVELATI03* MADB UV THE UKKAT ASTKOLOOlilT A A E 1 1 A I K I O O 8he reveals secrets no mortal ever knew.- She re (tores to happinesH those who, from dolelul events catastrophes, crosses in love, loss of relations and friends, loss of money, Ac., have become despondent. She brings together those long separated, gives infor mation concerning absent friends or lovers, restores lost or stolen property, tells you the business yon arc best qualified to pursue and in what you wiH*t" successful, cause speedy marriaae* tells you'the very day you will marry, gives you the name, likeuess JUid characteristics of the person. She reads your very thoughts, and by her almost supernatural powers un veils the dark and hidden mysteries of the future.— Froia the stars we see in the lirinanieut—the mulclic •tars that overcome or predominate in the configura tion—from the aspects and positions of the planets and the fixed stars in the heavens at the timeof birth, she deduces the future destiny of man. Fail not to consult the greatest Astrolo^i*! on earth. It costs you hut a trifle, and you may never agaiu have so favora ble an .pportuiiity, Consultation fee, with likeness and all desired information, 1. Parties living at a distance can consult the Madame by mall ith equal safety and satisfaction to themselves, as if in person. A full and explicit chart, written out, with all inqui ries answered and likeness enclosed, sent by mail on receipt of piiee atove mentioned. The strictestsocre sy will be maintained, and all correspondence return ed or destroyed. Keferences of the highest order furnished thoee desiring them. Write plainly the day of the month end year in which you were born, en closing a small look of hair. Address, MADAME H. A. PERRKJO. lylW V.O. Drawer 298, Bafiaio, N.Y. TO TBS Hardware Trade!! WE take pleasure in informing you that the bus iness of II. A. Whitney, of this city, will here after be conducted by H. A. Whitney & Co., at their new stand in KENNEDY'S BLOCK. The parties uiuaed below constitute the firm. Our stock will be much laVger lliuu before, including complete assortments ol HEAVY SHELF HARDWARE, IRON, NAILS, GLASS, BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS, and material of all kinds in their line. Ooking, Par lor and Box Stoves of all varieties, inelndin^ those of Kuel-saving Value and Ornamental Styles. We man ufacture everything iu the line of TIN, S1IKKT IKON AND COPfEH WAKE, and keep a complete assort ment of TINNER S STOCK, CARPENTER'S AND COOPER S IMPLEMENTS, AC., tC. A n experience of several years with the tradejl. mands of the Northwest in this line, enables tiPto select just what is wanted for this market, and as the house has heretofore received a very liberal patronage, we confidently expect our increased facilities aud more general assortment will add largely to our sales. Wo buy all Staple Goods of manufacturers onlj, and thus save to the consumer the usual Jobber's profit. WAGON MAKER'S WOOD STOCK. VT« have a Urgo Stock of Woo Material ot eastern timber, carefully selected, nnd we]I seasoned includ ing everything designed for Wagon Maker's uae, from the plainest Wagon to the 6uest Bugicy and Cutter ntuff This is a m.»\r feature in our truth*. 4^ S. J. ECKKRT, for several years the successful manager of the business of the ohl firm, will remain an active worker in the present house. Strict attention will l.e given at all times to the MbbuiK Trade. All orders filled promptly and with the same care as if the buyer were present to select for himself. Trusting to a discriminating public anil our own energy for success, we are ready for trade. II. A. Whitney,) Respectfully, Qeo.E.Da^mJ. B.JJfctart. 4M N. AWMTNCViflt. N E W I Cherries, Ilardy and Prolific. 100,000 Maple, Balm of Oilead and Poplar Trees, from 1 to 4 yesoioM, 100,000 GRAPES, Of all the hardy varieties, including the Delaware' Diana, Concord, Hartford. Prolific, Adirondac. Iowa, Israella, Northern Muscadine, Logan, and all the new nnd hardy grapes of excellence, many of which have fruited the present season. [For further particulars see Grape Catalogue. Also, Foreign kinds. 5000 SIBERIAN CRABS, IN VARIETIES. Evergreens. An assortment of all the hardy Evergreens, large and well trained, some of which are Norway Spruce, Red Cedar, White Cedar, Balsam Fir, Cliinegv Cedar, Siberiaa Cedar, Austrian Pine, Scotch Pine. Shade Trees. Silver Maple, Silver Poplar, Balsam Poplar. Flowering Shrubs. Lilacs of all sorts, Mountain Ash,Spireasof all sorts, Honeysuckles. Hoses. Ilybrtd Perpetual, Hybrid China, Bourbon, Bengal, Tea, Hardy Climbers in great variety, Perpetual Musses, Summer an endless assortment. Currants. Okerry, White and Red Grape, 4c. Strawberries- Russell's Prolific, Triomphr deGand (tha ne plus ultra) Wilson's Albany and others. KRIZSBS It XING, (Imiif ta MATUKWI 4 LAUD,) 7 ^DEALERS IN MD MWIFACTUKM Stoves and Tinware, xecmsoom, HWA, PARTICULAR ATTENT GIVEN TQk|LL ,, RINDS OF JOB WORK. If you want a food So«f, Chimney Stack, Briekra and licap* Pipe, Car IMA ing, Eav« Trouffhing-, Well Backet, Well Pipiif, er anything- else in the Job Work Line, give us a call and yon will be ntiafied with prices and work done. Thirty years* experience in the business will enable us to comply with all we promise N. KR1KBS (513) 3. ?. KWO. Lumber, Lumber! Have Wliktf aid are eonataatly raoelvlngat h!W it'r.K ntl. 'tcV J*. A large Assortment of 4 u e a PICKETS AND SHINGLES, srs of the best qualify and manufacture, which we offer to our customers, and the public generally, at Most Reasonable Prices for Cash. Ottos Wishlag IrtHber by the CAR LOii or more, can aava expense by ordering frow tw. PA«tl£UUfrATTENTI(W GIVEN TO FILLING ORDERS A Liberal Discount made to dealers. BKTLUmiER LATH AND OOORS ALWAYS ON HAND! All Lumber, Ac., delivered on cars free of charge. **»HAYT BURDICK. Om Go to the sign :.7W of Tnx I O O I 81 In the large aew Brick Store, Market 8qaare,fof SCHOOL BOOKS, MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS. /WO PERIODICALS, All of the latest, which are received as eaoii possible after they are out. STATIONERY, PH0T06RAPH ALBUM PICTURE FRAMES. PICTURES, POCKET CUTLERY, POCKET BOOKS, CLOTHES BRUSHES, PORT FOLIOS, FINE PERFUMERY, HAW BRUSHES, TOOTH BRUSHES NAIL BRUSHES, TOILET SOAPS, CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, BIRDCAGES, AC., 1C., AC. PAPER HANGING! and Window Shades. A lttg« stock at redaced prices, joat received. v Aiaoa large VIOLINS, GUITARS, DRUMS, ACC0RDEONS, FLUTU^V 1C., *C .pAfk* A*k«r StepKOpM ud flterwe^io A large and full assortment of FISHING TACKLE, everything in the FANCY 600DS TOY LINE t'uK can possibly be thoaght of. "o I. B. HAIGHT. .». ij» O'BRIEN & DUFF, (SUCCESSORS TO O'BRIEN I DAVIS) BKcO&ECtOlL, ZOWA, JOBBERS UV GREEN, DRIED AND Fancy and Family Groceries. WKassortment KKEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL of goods iu our line, consisting of OraBfet, Sates, A Full nnsortment Cranberries. rigs, GREEN ftiffl CRIED APPLES, *C. of NUTS. A Pew Car-load* Also a lot of pf rotatpp* no, «rc., ne. Every article In evr line will be gold at the VERT LOWEST prices for cash. CASH PAID FOR PRODUCE! Remember our place of biiiones* is at the Corner of Malaai^l UeeoadStreet*, opposite fox's liri k Block. O'BRIEIf DUFF. McGregor, April 17, M«7. 5 MB 1 i 'i»m| i 1 HOWARD AMOOZATlOir. Philadelphia, Pa. OTSEASKSreliableUrin.iry of the and Scxiwil Systems- new :md treatment. Also the KKIDAI. Oil AMBER.an K»snv of Wurningand Instruction,sent in »i ile| enveloped, free of cbur^e. Afldivug l)r. J. 8KIIJ.1N IIOUtillTON. lfoward Association, No. S IIth Ninth Street .Philadelphia,Pa. y4(S For Sale! A Valuable Farm in KarmeiNbur^ Township. 80 acies prairie, 40 arreK tiuiler, .r'* aen-s under cultiva tion. Ten—llfcWrt Apply to O. «A CO II. M. Ore#r. U2 W. E. McCORMAC. Mat. BEcSinnie's tR ^Tinware Depots IN» tha City Beales, Maia MMWI* f3lOOl£ McOregOT^ in a*i!u Zowa, A complete assortment of all itylMMd patternsef Stoves, aaioi^ which is the P. TP. Stewart Stove! The embodiment of the best principles which thirty years'time and scientific study have developed. The peculiarities of the Stovo may be stated briefly as fol lows In regard to durability, the Stewart Stove is made to last, and WILL LAST. It is not »nly made of a supe rior |uality of iron, butit isalsot'rom flfteeu to twenty per cent, beaver than any other Stove made. The structural form isxauh that the frame-work CANNOT BURN OPT. The heat from the fire is spent mainlf upon the louse p|ate«, which can be replaced without taking the Stove apart. It is what it purports to In *N AIK-TIG1IT COOKING STOVE. Only perfect plates are used in the structure, and, throughout, th# Stove is finished in the highest degree of mechanical skill, lias a double-sheet bottom flue, by which the heat is equalized and the amount of fuel required di minished, and will save its entire cost (at the present high prices of fuel) in from twelve to eighteen months. Baking is always considered themost important cnlira* ry operation. The Stewait Stove is not only absolutely perfect in this quality, but has greater oven space,anil, l»y the peculiar construction of the double sheet fludj gives a more even bake than any other stove mad*. Special attention paid to all orders for COPPER, TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE. wr?«- Hoofs Tinned by Sz- I 't t. jftrienced Workmen. Save Tron^hs Z'nrhnishe^' and 14 ,. n Job Work Done Promptly. Hags and Copper bought "il at the Highest Market Price. BXat. McKinnte. 441 0EEL7 St SHAW. At Vorth BflteChregor, ANN0UNCB to the public and Lumber, .zho 4B\ PRESERVED FRUITS, rticnlarlj to the Western cflregor people along the line of the Railway.HIKI those Hljncent to its stations,that thej are well stocked up in Xatb, Shingles, And tfl other Building Materials In the Timber Lint. Iliiving recently en tublulied a Planing ill and Sash, Door u.n4 Wlln1 Manuntctory, th^' can fnrni»li custom ei'K with abatever loaj be rejuire»l iu finishing a house, such as Jffptched Flooring, Siding, Doors, Window Sash, Blinds, &c., IM Will be Satisfactory. Call at the Levee, above Freight and Passenger Depot, North McGregor, for any article of woollen uia terialrequired in baUding. 477 W. J. Powers ft Bro., Successors to O E I E S OF THE BEST GRADES, ILL KINDS, And Cheapest. We Job and Retail! It Stock is complete iu e DOMESTIC GOODS, LADIES DBESS GOODS, amnrs CLOTHS AND FURNISHING GOODS, BATS it CAPS, BOOTS &SHOQP, NOTIONS, STATIONERY, Family Groceries, Qjjfi Faints, Glass, erware, &«., fcc, Salt, Wooden and Wick- ThisoblestHblishetl Moune is now better prepared than ever before to supply "the buyer with all )?oo.ls needwl bytlidcity bolle, village niercliHiit or sturdy farmer and mechanic. We defy competition Remember the aid JOHN C. BAKER 110WK is yet ia thefleld. $18 EM O V A i U UK. XATZKV, MMUMCTIWU OF «U WIIOLESIU SUM Cigars and Tobacco II*. 3 Cambrian Ball Block, McGresror, Cigar* carefally made ef the best ma terial Tobacco of the best stock at the Lowest Hates the marhet can afford, and gentlemanly treatment of enstomers are the inducements we oflbr to patrons. WE OFFER. GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO THE WK01ESM.E TRUE. war Stock is always complete, and we Ar no goods except of the best. CALL EARLY, Sign of Little Injun.' nmr 'f jmgctrwf,, H. C. BRADLZ2V & CO., I. 325 EAST WATER STREET, Milwaukee* -Wisconsin Yankee Notions, Ti^ ENVELOPES. WRITING PAPERS, WRAPPING PAPERS. tC., AC., AC. Which they •Umr to the trnde at For Cash. Ml all kinds of PAPER STOCK NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS I! New Goods!!! Xaouis Hirshfeld, THE PROPRIETOR 0V TBI GREAT WESTERN CLOTHING HOUSE HAS Seely A Shaw. JOHN C. BAKES, Y O O S Of Bvery Variety, AX LOWEST fBIOS. jnst received a large and well selected assori" mailt of SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTH'NG, TRUNKS, HATS, CAPS, events' Furnishing Ctoods, Which I will sell cheaper than any house west of Ch i cago and 1 can safe|y say, 1 have the LARGEST A BEST SELECTED STOCK OF CLOTHING I»befgwl«M«f Hie Mississippi Kiver. My Cloth lag baa been Bffanufoctured Bxpressly for this Karhole Don't forget the Place, ia Brick Block, attached to the 1st National Bapk, At the Sign of tho •at Western Clothing House. XlMMrelMOlianda UfifiE STOCK OF PIECE GOODS Or ALL KINDS. 6REAT ATTENTION PAID TO CUSTOM WORK. LOUIS HIRSHFBLD. Mearegor,Iewa,Jaae ltth, IMC. FZSK & HATCH, i ACT A N DEALERS IN GOVERNMENT AND OTHER DESIRABLE SECURITIES, NO. 5 NASSAU ST., R. Y., ltKCOMMKND TO INVESTORS TH* FIRST MORTOAOI BONDS of tbc CENTRAL PACIFIC R. R. CO. THIS Company is constrnctinR, voder tho patron age of the U. S. OOVEHNMKNT.tlie western end of tliiMlrertt Xiitimiiil Knilway unions the Continent. Their line will e tend from S uTHiiiento. Ctililurnia, across tlit Sierra Nevada to the I'lililornia State line, traversing the richest ntiil most populous sertioii of Calilornia, nml tlieneu tln.mpli the great milling re gions of the Territories, to the vicinit.v of fn11 Lake City. It forms the so .e western linkof the only route to the 1'aeitie winch is adopted hy t'ongress and aided ly the issue of I'niteil states itoiids. Their road is already completed, equipped ntid run ning lor '.U miles from Sacramento to within 12 miles of the summit of the 8ierra», aad a latg« amount o( the work of Grading, Tunnelling, Ac., beyond thut point lias been accomplished. THE FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS of this Company afTord unnsnal Inducements of Safe ty and Profit to Investors, for the following among other reasons, viz: 1st. The rate of interest is pix per cent. IN GOI.B, payable semi annually in the City of New York. 2d. The PRINCIPAL is payable IN GOLD at ma turity. 3d. The cost of the Bonds, Ninety-Five Per Cent., and uccrned Interest, is TEN PKK CKNT. LKSS than that of the cheapest. Six Per Cent. Gold Bearing ISoncU of the Government. 4th. The UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT pro vides nearly half the amount necessary to hnUd the entire road, and looks mainly to a small por centage on tho future traffic for re-payment. 5th. Owing to this liberal provision. acconnanied Vitli Extensive Grants of Public Lands, by which the Government fosters this great national enter prise. its success is rendered certain, audits finan cial stability ia altogether independent of the con tingencies which attend ordinary Railroad enter prises. 6th. Tho security of its EIRST M0RGAGE B0MMS is th crclore ample, and their character for safety and reliability is equaled only by that of the ob ligations of the Government itself. 7th. Tne net earnings of the completed portion are already largely in excess of the interest obliga tions which the Company will incur in twice the distance, and are steadily iiicrensii)Lr. rendering the uninterrupted payment of the Interest abso lutely certain. 8th. At the present rate of Oold thev pay nearly JilG I IT-.A N I)- A -11A I. PER CENT, per annum, on the amount invested. The Bonds are issued in denominations of $1,000, with semi-annunl Gobi Coupons attached, payable in New York, and are oftVred for the present at 95 per cent, and accrued interest (in currency) from Janua ry 1st. Orders may be forwarded to ns direct, or throigh the principal Banks and Bankers iu all paits of the country. Remittances may be made in drafts cn New York, or in Ijcgal Tender Notes, National Bank Notes, or In other funds currunt in thi* city, and the Bonds will be forwarded to any address by Kxpress, fre/ of charge. Inquiries for further particulars, by mail or other Wtae, will receive punctual attention. FISK & HATCH, Bankers and Dealers in Government Sc curiticg, No. S, Nassau St., N. Y. N. B. All kinds of Government Securities received at the full market price in exchange for the above Bonds. Also, Jtdf All tleacriptionx of Gorrrnmrnt fbcuritir* Icrpt constantly on howl, and Iimi(ilit.Snlf,or Exchanged. &£~Gold Coin aud U. S. Coupons bought, sold and collected. SfH' P'/iri.tits reccired on liberal tcrmt, tuhject to ch'rl at si'/ht. Ui,V oil, actions made throughout the country. JSfi) Miscellaneous Stocks and Bonds bought and gold at the Stock Kxchange on commission for cash. Attrtilimi i/ivn to the K.rrhaitye qf SEI EX- TU HI TI• .YOIKS of alt the Strict forthe Sew ElVETWRSrr 1J0XPS 0j 18t5, on the 0ft favorable terwu. 640m} USE PUATT iSc BL'TCUEK'S CELEBRATED MAGIC OIL Warranted in coses of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Tim is— or Tains. The Best aud Cheapest Horse and Cattle Mcdfclnc in the World! WALTER B. SLOAN S IMPROVED CONDITION POWQE THE GREAT SIATFDAJLD MEDICJNI For Horses and Cattle, Used throughout[ the United States and Cult' at/a$ duriny the tall 23years. For i u e o e v a i o u s l)isonse« 10 winch H)rst\s ami Cuttle- mv suliject such ua Fouiulor, lOlsteiiiia.T, Hide Hound, Loss of AjtctiIc,Inward Strains, Yollow Water, Fistula, l'oll Kvll, Scratchoa or OroHHe, Mango, InllammntIon of the Kyesi, nml Kiitiguc from Hani l^iltor aiw, HlnMimut ism, (commonly railed Btill' coinplainl), which nrovm fatal to SO many valuable lloraea Iu tills country. SLOAN'S CONDITION POWDER Has the largest sale of any Ilorse and Cattle Medicine in this country. It is com|Misel of herlis an.l rooln, and for uiildnwH, safety, certainty and thoroughness, HIIIIHIB pro-oiiiiMi'.ntly at the head of the list of liurtt and ChtUe Miilicinff. It carries oft' all gross lniinorK. prevents horses from becoming stiff or foundering, purities (lie blood, loosen* the skill, and gives It a'Miiooth and glossy appearnnre Cleaiises the water and strengthens evei v part «f the body. it ia also a safe and certain reiie dv for coiigtW Md Colds, which geueiate so many fatal diseases. The Cow requfrixi to lie r.ii||di with an Hlmndance|f fcod—not to niiiko lu tat —this is not d-sirable, lmt t* keep up a regular ret ion ot luilk, and all owners of •ows will find l»y gliint: tlirin IMAM'S CONDITION FOWOfiSI twice a -A-eek, a large inci eiua. in quantity and ijimlitjt Of milk and criaiii. It caniis oft' all fever and ila purities of the blood. The effect is seen tliroughuut tht •eason by a rich and abundant Mow of milk. The farmur is beginning to l.e aware of the valuable properties of Shunt's Condition f'otvdev. In pro moting the condition of his sln i and pi venting many •f the diseases of all tho domesticated uiiimals. *5#'A fifty cent package of Nloan'a f'ondUUm Potrtlvv put into a barrel of swill is better than tw4 bushels 0f corn to fatten a hog, and is a certain pre ventive of llog Cholera, lllinti Staggers, ai other diseases common among bogs. CAVtlOK^—to protect ourselves and the public frotn being imposed npoji by worthless imitati MIS, tha geauinc will b«u- tho fac timiU signature of tlia Pro prietors on tho wrapper. For sale hy Druggists and Merchants everywhere. if. O. Dratrer 68^0. Sole I'roprietors, Clnesgo, IU. Sold at retail by VOCD & BRO., S. J. CASI B. S. NEWEL] A Clergyman, while residing ft Hd A Card to Invalids. in South America as a mieelonary,discovered a sale and simple remedy for the Cure of Nervous Weakness, Karly Decay, Diseases of the Urinary and Seminal Organs, and "the whole I rain of disorders brought on by baneful and virions habits, (irs it numbers have aiready been cured by this noble remedy. Prompted by a desire to benefit tho alllieted and unfortunate. I will send the recipe for preparing ami using this medieiiic, in a sealed envel ope, to any one who u««U. it,/Vm nf'chary*. Address, .TORKPli T. IN MAN, Statiou D. Biblo Uoase, New York City. y503 MOUNTAIN ROOT BITTERS IKE GLORY OF MMI IS STRENGTH, THEREFOR THE NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED SHOULD USE ABEL, HUIRISTON CO.'S MOUNTIN ROOT BITTERS!'! TIIEY give Health and Vignr to the Fraae,.ad llliHini to the pallid cheek Take no more UnsaS and Uii]deasant Medicines. These Elegant Bitters are the moet pleasant to tlM taste ot any yet produced, and they are positively ut rivaled as a general tonic. A single trial will convinSS the most skeptical that they are the beet Bitten the world. They are perfectly pnre end palatable. They cure Dyspepsia and Liver Complaints. They cure Intermittent Fevers, or Fever and A JIM. They strengthen and invigorate the rystca. They are uuequalcd for General Debility. They give a good and healthy appetite. They cure Costivcness. They assist DigeaUon. Thcv are an antidote to change of water a&d dilt. They are the best Stimulant in exiateue*. They relieve Nervous Headache. They are a mild, invigorating Tonio. They are useful in all rases where a Tonic U indicate We Sell these Bitters on their Beat Merits! The proprietors are determined to have these Bit left sell on their real merits, and are therefore using noth» ing but the very best materials in their compositioa. i hey are free from all those drugs and poisons usually used in compounding such preparations, and palmed olj by means ot long, windy advertisements,on an u suspecting public. Prepared and for sale, Wholesale and Retail, by ABEL. HUMISTON I CO., W. Chomlsts and Druggists, Sandwich, lift- D. Townsend. vr. «. Wholesale Agent for Not em Iowa. 449 .V lOSTOlV CrackerBakery CRACKERS OF ILL KINDS Constantly on Hantl, OK Made to Order. All of the Best Quality AND AT PBIOBI So Suit the Trade* TWMIMS BELOW BRICK CHURCH, H'GBEGM LIBERTY BOWEN, Wholeeale and Retail Dealer ia' FURNITURE! 0V ALL KINDS. Cabinet Making-, Repairing' Veneering Well and Promptly Done. PICTURE FRAMES, MOULDINGS, WORK BOXES, 'M Winer's Patent ELASTIC SPRING BED BOTTOM For Ease Durability and Price is NOT KXCEI.I.KD by any other in use. They are easily adjusted to any Bedstead, only rnjuiriiiK from ten to fittc-en minutes time. Vermin M1I.L NOT JiM around the rubber. The Springs ttt lie elevated to any height desired, so that one mattress will make a full bed. PAICC OF SPRIN6S FOUR TO EIGHT DOLLARS. Agents for the Celebrated Wilcox A CHbbs* Sewing BSachilb Metalic Burial Cases. Coffins ready made or furnished to order. Old Stand, opptinitu Strouse k Kowi 's. Sluin St.. MctiUEOOK, IOWA. C. Summerfield, J0BBKK 0t READY-MADE C10THIN8, OLOTBI, CASSIMEBES, VESTIN0S, Gents' Furnishing Good% 191 takeSU, ISO. CHICAGO. HEAUTY.—Aahurni£-andfrof.KlaxenofCI'KI.SproducedUseiolden,the Silken by Itiuix's FR1SKK l.K CIIKVKtJX. Oneappli atiou wairanted tociirl 1 the Most straight and 0 stubborn hair of either sex Into wavy ringlets, or heavy inasrdve curls. Has been used by the fashiona I bier- of I'aris and London, with the most gratifying re suits. Does uo Injury to the hair. Price by mall, i sealed and postpaid, fl. Descriptive circulars uislle4 free. Addrcwt it£UU£B. bliUT'i'8 k CO., Chetnial* I Mo. 285 Ifivor S|.a Trey, N.Y., BaleasuU for the t'trt tod8tate«.