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fMalUrlttM of Lynn(
A Lynn correspondent of the Provi dence Journal writes of that thriving cit^, as follows Every sign one roads refers in somo way ta the branch of trade to which the whole productive force of the place is directed. The only sound that is heard on the air Is that of heating out heels and soles, or in the clicking of pegging and stitching ma chipes, ami tko air is redolent with-tlwU fumes of leather chi0s. You meet man at the corner with a bundle of up- ere, or are run into by ft hoy wheeling !arrow a load of tap" and the numberless little slips of paper posted up in thi d pot are ho nnny calls for skillful nailers, experienced finishers, and export cutters. Even the children eater into the spirit of the place. The boys, by the nay, should be called Lynnites, and the girls Lynnetts but be this"asit may. the unruly son is tan ned by his father, the slothful apprentice is dosed with oil of strap by his boss, and the dutiful daughter is one who early learns to make a binding contract. One must reside in Lynn more than a day to understand full all that is said to him, hence my inability to do justice to the place. I find that a whole eouled fel low means one whose boots have never been in the hands of a cobbler, and when my attention was called t» the last factory, I was not to understand that it was the latest s:ructure crected for manufacturing purposes. The best footing here means something more than hemlock sides, and lasting ties are not always bonds of affec tion. A promise to give one your all would probably be misunderstood, asd before you were prepared for any demon stration you might find yourself treed. A shabby fallow is no better than split leath er pegged out here means a broken con stitution, and an invalid is one who needs revamping. At noon a hungry man goes home fur some lining, and to their credit be it eaiJ~, few of them ever welt their wives. In Lynn a shaver is not neces*a i v a barber, nor a paster a poster, any more than a heeler is a doctor. Slips are not mishaps, I find, nor is crimping looked upon as unbecoming in any one. But what boots "it The vocabulary of these industrious people is very expres sive, and when one gets his foot in he takes to it as readily jas those to the man ner born. All are prosperous in a good season like the present, and are, therefore, happy in spite of the East wind. The manufacturers try to toe the mark they are known to tho trade as oak butts, and all have good understandings. May they always maintain their footing, and may the sounds I have heard to-day never die out, nor the Lynnites' cry for heeltaps be less. "Spiritual" Marriage.—At Akron, Ohio, a few days ago, two persons of spir ital faith married themselves, with a little aid from the Major, l»y repeating the fol lowing formula "'In the jresem-e of our spirit and eattli friends, I take, Electa A. aanford, whom I hold by the right hand, to be my lawful wife, hoping by kindness and. affection to be to her a faithful and loving husband, while in the earth form," The lady then repeated "In the presence of our spirit and earth friends. I take Abel Underwood, whom I hold by the right hand, to be my lawful husband, hoping by kindness and affection to be to him a loving and faithful wife while in the earth form." The Mayor then paid ''Having pledged your marital vows in presence o'. these witnesses, and of the world, I now in the name and the authority of the State of Ohio, pronounce you husband and wife." The Beacon says they would have no form of ceremeny in which the word death occured. The preacher at the African Methodist Episcopal Church, in Frankford, I'enn., recently was telling his congregation about Moses crossing the Red Sea and, to make his description quite plain, illus trated it as follows "S'pose you's de children of de willderness, and Brides'ourg de Promise Land. Well, I brings you doTn to de ribber, and waves my hand up towards Tacony, and de waters roll backward toward Pholadelphy, and we all goes over widout gettin' wet. When de las' pickininny gets over I waves my hand towards Tacony, and de water r-o-l-Ini back from Tacony,—and dey teas fishing for shad dare dc nar' morniu\,u Abbott's History of the Rebellion rather dims the lustre of Gen. Grant's deeds at Forts Henry and Donelson.—Speaking of the battle of fort Ilenry he says: "But for Commodore Footc, the inexcusable de lay of Gen. Grant would have lost the day to the Union cause." -that's History Jlharles Sander, publisher of the Con necticut Staats Zeiiuug at New Ilaven, got an item published in a New York paper that he had been run over by the hors» care in Bowery and killed, so that lis might deceive his wife and get hold of her, she having left him. 9. Mr. Elija Stone, Vt., has a chicken'# head with three eyes, four bills, two tongues and two throats. In other ro spects the chicken was well formed. It was living and broke its shell, butia^gt ting out of it died. Why doesn,t Grant resign? Is it not attempting to fasten upon the country a military despotism, to urge upon it the "head of the army" for the Presidency Is'nt it rather Frenchy? A drunken Euglishman «iid to a Now judge the other day "Your honor, I'm a noblemar. in disguise." "So I pre eeive," replied the judge, "you're dis guised in liquor, and as drunk as a lord." Two serpents in a Paris menagerie at» tempted to swallow the same cat. Their jaws met half way, when one quietly solved the difficultf by swallowing both cat and fiMke. The arm of a pretty girl wound tigh$ round your neck has been discovered t» be an mfallable remedy in case of sore throat. It beats pepper tea all hollow. Since the war closed iu April, 1865, $500,000,000 in taxes have been collected. What have the radicals done with tho money Seba Smith, the "Major Jack Downing" of a former generation, is at the point of death. The Missouri giantess, distinguished ns having reached the weight of 812 pounds, u4ead. Pendleton's father-in-law wrote the 44Star Spangled Banner." S. H. HAMLIN & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF PLAIN AND FANCY (W) CONFECTIO llnd Dealers la Groceries,Green & Dried bruits SU. 3 Maaoaic Block, B. VMttilK. OSO.L.BA8B. BUSINESS IS BUSINESS! We tt A y.) BASS & ELMENDORF UL COMMENCING OUR SPRING TRJTK McGREGOU WITH FUU SUPPU OF SEEDS OF ALL KINDS 1 .J? Reqnirod by Farmers, Gardeners and Florists. Timothy, Clover, and all other Seeds or Grains Bought and Sold. OUR STOCK OF Agricultural Implements i 14ABQE. HAYK •Ml® McOormicck's Reapers, THRESHERS, And a Very Full Stock machine Repairs! W TUB LIN ATS MeOREGOB, IOWA. IRA M. DAVIfe & CO., commission MERCHANTS, A.TC DIALERS I* liOTXBSONI, BPTTIR, OF I O W S almost every have that is used. "iiinko of forced oeoueuiy wo cull attention to Tf AMI) FLOCK, CIIEfiSE •t, 1(6 »MI WATJCB ITKECT, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN. Iiw*l Oaah AdfUM aado Produce or Provis on here, or ahipweut to ion* on Cooikfumant, for sale B#0 Yiiffc.' Knell kind is warranted In the Manufacturers to ns, andvtif WAHRANT TO THE PUItCll ASKR. In then*tint# 1 tlio A N O O and a NEW STVI.E of S i n n i n W e e W hicli nre the most convenient self-working Ma chines ever offered to tho eouutr.v. 49-Come and We areestenelvely eugaged iu tlia FORWARDING & COMMISSION JBTTS TINT ESS. A»e A gent* forth* •StaT tJnion Mfte, by which wt- can chip produce to New Y01 kor Eust» without change of earn. The BCS&CBANT8' DISPATCH is rtlso ono of our institutions. It is the oljoctof this tirm to he useful to mankind generally, and we there" fore buy all tho good HOOP oles wo can get. BUSINESS RESPECTFULLY SOLIC ITED. A quantity of e APPLE3 JDJRTJEJD will he sold low to Dealers. BUSS ELMEHOORF. McQregor, April 1,186S. fM Boots & Shoes 1 A. T. fit T.O.JONES JU8T RECEIVED LLINB A WVL BOOTS AND SHOES Pf-^H-K^dog a.iJ descriptions. U O O O S In Serge, Pebble Goat and Pebble Calf. ,'jf 1 AL O IR jfik. S ls/L Calf-ril n 8art*, float nud Pebble and yrfo« varietiea. MENS. WODIENS, MISSES CHiLDRENS a tiiJiiof*, MENS CALF BOOTS! SOHEB AND PE6GEB. '"'J v? Cf tf ft We ctlU continue to keep on band the Celebrated i a o o o -c. BBOGAiVSjff e FOX HVTEig- AND SOYS. 11) Particular AIMbUm^Im leen paid to tho selection of GOOD GOODS for the Betail Trail, aai Merchants wish* in to supply themselves with First Class Goods at prices Guaranteed to 1e AS LOW as can be hi! cast of us freight added—will do well to give us a call before looking elsewhere re membering the placo, NEW BRICK, next door Bast of larron's. k & I i L.T.&T.O. JONBS, Avvriof Tr&ati, JOBBERS, Aim RBTAZL DEALERS, cOregor, Zowa. BHre9S3SSK&&&£32ESiSBlH A R. I VB 1 1 SCOTT GOULD Save just received* direct from HUROFX1, the Finest and Xtarg eat Assortment of CROSXIB&Y ever brought to this market» which they will sell to the Trade XiOW for cash. Ladicj and Newly Married Folks can be suited in any size setts of IRON STONE CHINA of First Quality, Plain or Figured, ranging frcm $5 to $31 per Sett. Wo invite Merchants to call and examine our stock as to Quality and Price before purchasing elsewhere. OPflTT McGUEiOll, IOWA, Jan. 15, lbOT. CSS OuU I I VX uUULUi LOTJIS 33EHVTOKT,. Succossor to Benton Bros. & Co., Faints, Oils, Glass, Liquors and Cigars. A Fresh and Complete Stock of Choice Groceries always on hand. Wholesale Agents for all the Popular Patent Medicines of tlie Day. I-ouis Benton* Jr.* 62S Pu Tie KACHZNZl SHOP AND FOUNDRY! H. E. NEWELL & COMPANY, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS Y E ATESISTT McGregor, Iowa, July 10th, 1867. WAGON MAKING BLAOKSMXTHIXro THE lace for gom! work is at tho BRICK SHOD?, On Street. McOivgur, loua. I have baud u)i1Mainconstantly am in'4uutacturiii^ WAGONS, CARRIAGES. SLEIGHS. BUGGIES, &C., from tin-very ln'fet mutt-ii.ile. mvl will make to or«l*r every style of or ('aniiisi1 ('.usiuil, on the shorte-t untilc II.! i II tl: l.cM lmnjlii r. BLACItSMITHING 11 its brancliep, per- furiiic i in lr«i«* Iikm hauitnl bt.vU', Hl:D REPAIRING "f Wapuiip, Carriage*, Farm Tools, Ac., iii'iiiijitlj an? neatly done. I liave jtur chased of tite jiatt iitei/ tlio ripht to use tli«i -Ii.'I»ratol PATENT THIMBLE SKEINS & BA8BITED AXLE BOX. A good tliiiif 1 lie beot ever invented. Wilson* fur uifliuil with theise Boxes run with one third ler-sfric tion, and of coursc onu third euKier thnn witliuny other uiic k-ver inveiitod. Cuuiv and see tlicni. All Work Warranted to /Spflj Give Satisfaction CHRISTIAN BLOEDEL, BRICK SHOP. Inf Main St., McGregor, Iowa. J.C.HARRISON, For many years known to the people of this vicinity as having rare ability in Bhoein? Sorscs, has returned and permanently located in the Brick Shop lately owned by Wm. JTarvis, one door above the old Pennsylvania Honso. Be will do all work in Slacksmithing* but will five especial attention to IBOZnWO BO&8EI. The pat ronage of old and new friends is asked. ,W btra pniii n S 2H1TH0LESM.E DEALER IN GBOOEBIES U S U E Wines and Xiiquor& For MEDICINAL PURPOSES. Square, McGREGOR, IOWA. iMACIIIM' .* ft I J'OHM HKT »T .WIO, THE FZOSRZLEB. MACHIIVEST* Has added to his heretofore Complete Asu:ranfoments in way of Iron-Lathes, Planers, Forges, Engines, and all that go to make a First Class Establishment, A Large, Commodious and Well-Lighted Foundry^ 4Md is now fully capable of supplying any demand for work in his line, needed in the most productive country in the world-the Great Northwest. None but EXPERIENCED WOR&IUEN employed. All work Warranted to be equally well done, and at as LOW RATES as can be had in any eastern city. Call on the Oldest and Most Complete Establishment ia the West. Ml Mi*-, DRUGS, SCHOOL BOOKS, Oiim, S U S AC.( AC., AC., AC., AC. mm STOCK FARM. 900 or 1.000 Acres. For Sale Cheap! Tli's in ono of the In^t gitnnted Fume in tUe west. A perfect title to 000,900 or 1,000 wcrt'S of improved Mendow nnd Timber Lnni). uith new DwellittR IIoiihc, B^ivn, wHjioii and tocl liorito, AT PRICES Glass, Teas* Coffee* Splccs, &c. PRO VISIONS 1111 S*Iour. Qieese* 5Tf And all kinds of Fisha Cash Faid For Country Produce! APPLES!!!2 A Fresh Supply of Green Apples and Peaches received Daily. HAVING MAT)K ARKANC.EMENTS FO!t MY FAUi AND WINTEll VUKIT. I AM l'HKPARlOI) TO KIT.I. A (J. ORPERH WYMAN AT THK LOWEST MARKET PRICE. 4^ Retneaihar the pl.ie^.SoiitkweatcoruMr MarluK Square,oppa«itt)UMbtard'* Jowvlry Storv, 'SWN 687 McGresor. Iowa. NOTOE HOPKINS havebuil twi snbatantial bulletin or hIiow tiill IioukIareforbidden, k cattle Pratrlo du Chie i. May 7. T!'jc!. LOWER T9 ME3DICIKTBS •. E. NEWELL. J. A. RAM&GE. (Ml) ^'BRIEN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN GREEN, DRIED AND CANNED FRUITS, LEMONS, &C., GROCERIES 2 Ml Sugars* Tor t!e use 18, ffrGrcgor. April fheds THAN of thoRe who want them. All person s un der enally, without jiiiyin^ the liroprietors. Call on T. M. II• )kint«, the MaiKhai of th« City, for taferiu&iioQ to jiriviiegc ml *m*. nnd a Bl.iokumith nhoi», will be disposed of at easy r.itcg. This is the best fctoclc l' u ill in the State lora man with sonif CHpitul. There .ire 300 acres of eautilul Meailow land, on which 1 ha\ made nnd Fold S.'i.riuO worth ef Kiod llay in one season. There is amp!» Grazing Kronnd fur 1,000 head of cattle during Months ol the year. Every acre of the Meadows Is Biowabie with Keapcre. and rnked with If. i ie-rnke. Thero are over ICO.uOO cords of geod lire wood arid timber on of the land: nnd I i-old ffind worth ot Cord wood from the land thUp.itt winter. This rnrm in within miles of PrairiednChiotl and Mi-tlre-or. both pood markets for the liutteraud Cheese thai can 1 eoiit In re. Ther« is a living Spring of Pnro Water near thS house: and a person livinpon thic farm citti goto town in minuteo, being within of a mile of the 'AO Railway. will sell this Fnrtn for f6 per ncre—onelmlf cash nnd the balance on Mine to mi it tiie purchaser. There is a Onperj* on the Kurm. nnny hearing vines of all varieties,and a thrifty prowinp orclnn-d. Any person who wniils a large Turm bad better come and gee nie soon. Knqnire of It. Lantry, Pralrl* da Cbien, Wis., or Si the Courier Office. B. TjAKTRY. NEW AUCTION and Commission House TiIKiiiiii''rei(riud hits opened a Commission Roum for the rans:ietiou of a COHT.IISSNJN AND AUCTION BUSINESS. Will ffive Prompt Attention to the Sate of all Property, Real and Person al, entrusted to his care. CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED, AND LIBERAL TO^NCES MADE THEREON. Slesroom %rARR0N'svc Main Street MeGREROR, IOWA. THOIWSS ARNOLD, Sm593 Aucti 'iiei»r A (Ymmii-iMn Merchant. MILLIMERY FOR Spring and Summer MRS. A. J. DAYNES Has just returned from tiii east with A A Z 3 S O K MILLINER? GOODS, BOUGHT FOR CASH AND OFFERED TO THE LA* DIES* OF JlcUIlEGOR AT LIVING PRICES, As Mrs.D. isintending to lo.tre this city(«tMlom ers, nithrr at W O E S A E O E A I will find it to thfirinter^Bt to call soon. TWENTY PER CENT.on priceeis worth yonrattention. 603 THE MAN OF LETTERS. If you should wifjh a place to O, Wh'isi solids in L-f[:inu'e All ithcrn. anil wisiitu I him os f. U may I) pend practii eil Wlthmit an lioant. I'll hhow U wlit-rc tiiat N oliiaim-il '-ail H. And to who*e styled r.nr torm will 0 I'-Q-li-R grace and niaj-S For the WnNtcrn Emporium can plnaso all II, And by low pi ici r, churui the if 8 Men's Vcuth's and Boy's Spring and Summer OLOTKI3WG! A RN€ ASSORTMENT OF Choice New Goods Ready-made. o«jual in style, fit and inak« to cqstom work. A choice selection of GOODS IN THE PIECE WHICH WILL BE MADE TO ORDER THE LOWEST ELSEWHERE I respectfully request an examination of my stork and your patronage mul the l'n tn herein stated will be demonstrated to your satislarti.-n. A.BXUNZ. KOHrr, Ro. 1 Fox ISloek, Main Street, 917 McORKfiOR, IOWA. fvlfp T. W. WOOD Has RemiTei to the nest door West of E. R. Barrone, and is ready to fill Or ders, WHOLESALE or BETAIL, in DRUGS, PAINTS,^0 01& GLASS, Medicinal Wines and Liquors. bookC^ STATIOWHB.Y and WALL FAPBIL Cash Orders from the Country Filled at the Ziowest Rates. PARTICULAR ATTENTION Given to Compounding' Prcscriptioita. T. W. WOOD. McGRKaOB.iaVA.BM. 25, '67. t84 & BftRRETT'S y Vegctabla V RESTORATIVE Ju.t bj Iho N. II. Mute oir i tonc» »J«.d by the public- to ent Pr«'|»nr ition for !-t.unug HAIR Yi at *i Hair i i its orlphrul cJorj i n k i u l'muliuiT, fiti-l for I)rc»5lug i v i n i i v i I e e rif.wn«us ijru'^s, duet uvt ij the tUiot fabric, and ivi'i thu CI LAN, the lia leir u, auU OLObSV J. R. BARRETT & CO., ProprictMl, iiAS-. ni srr.it, a. O A S I CHICAGO, General Agents for the Northwesters SUtt* GuUv.-lal .«#r tilU Not U»W cMi-mj O tut OS. SI. E. NEWELL & CO., Wkoictttl^anrt RviailAgt-n^McOregor. '76 S33ELT ft SHAW, lit Worth nZcO-regor, AKVODNCEto the public and particnlarlyto the people alonfc the line of th« .MiOregor Western Kaihv»y,iind those adjacent to Its «t.ition»,thutth«y iti well Hacked up In LumbexY Lath, Shingles, Aat »U other Building Materials In the Timber Line. Havtfif recentlyc*tahlinhed a Planing such as Matched Flooring, Siding, Doors. all AT TNI Lowest Cash Prices. A LARGE STOCK OF GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS! a s a n a s VrunUs and Valises,' MIHcustom- poor and Blind Manufactory, they cun furnish 1 uDmIi, er* with whatovorniayberequirodinfinlshinfiahause, Window Saih, Blinds, Ac., Ac. At rata* wbkk Will be Satisfactory. Call nt tho Levoe,above Freight and Passengfer Depot.North McGregor, for auy article of wood«i.ui*» terialrequirediii liuildiug. -17 Seely A Shaw. WALTER & BRO., WHOLESALE A RETAIL DEALER! 1H zmos or Parlor, Chamber and Common FURNITURE! i'--:~rv Fvi'f'-Y ALL SIZES OF METALIC BURIAL CASES ALWAYS ON IIAJffB. fiefy all Competition In our linn. Our only mottoi (QUICK A, RINGLING, HALF WAT UP MAIN STREET. 1uswell 8 TURNING OCT SOME OK THE HANDSOMEST iiB tin/ mostKubnUiitiiil A N E S that McGregor oitlseiM or vial tor* •••rlookad uion oruued. Iff one but the Best Workmen are £2mployed( AND ONLY THE BEST AZATERZAL nicd la llanoiiMtar*. For MARKESS, COLLARS, SADDLES, And Repairing of all Kinds, GO TO A. RINGLING, JACOBIA & KIMBALL, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL O E S Wooden Wars. GLASS, PAINTS, OILS, &C. Agents for th« Oriental Powder Co. Two Doors Above the Broad Axe. JOHN JACOBIA.) I ktmbau, Mcbregor, lowi, The XXowc aLES iilALL I'JiOI lTS. 671 Call and be Convinced. AND MAT. McKINNIE, Dealer in STOVES AND TINWARE. AGENT FOR P. P. STEWART STOVE. Rash far &ags and Copg#?. 693 N E W U S I O u e u e tTyj! Hmnhnlmc«Mtatl !NEW BOOKS! 650 PIECES OF NEW SHEET MUSIC AND A LAROK I.OT 0* Flit* Italian Violin, Violincello, and Guitar Strings, JCST RF.CK1VKD, AT J. H. EAIGHT'S O O K AND MUSIC STORE, Sign of the I o o k SUSUC8QVA&S. Also all the Late Publications. OVER 250 VOLUMES OF NEW BOOKS! From all tho Principal Publishers in the United States. Sold at Publishers Pric"' JOHN H. HAIGHT. X&achine Co's Sewing 2M£acliines? 699 BROADWAY, N. T. For Families & Manufacturers. These Sewing RZachintft WBRE AWAI!D1:D T1IK HIGHEST PRKMIUM AT TI1K WORLD'S KAIH IN I.ONDON, AM 8TATK AN1 COUNTY FAli'.S ALL OVER THE U. S. THE HOWE SEWIKG MACHINES ARE WOUID HS^JOVVWED. The «ro colcbrHted for doing the best work, using a nimli smaller olhtr m-cdle for the same tkreud thanuny k'Ii III ue. Tlie X-w Improved Family Macli'np is \ritli('Ut« rival, nnd cannot lie Hiir|iu8ned,—n llemnior, Keller, Braider, Quiltrr mid (iuide go with oacli Family Ma chine free ol oliai Re. EVKKY MACHINE IS AS NEAR PERFECTION AS THE UivST AC 11 IN KltY IN THE WOULD CAN MAKE IT. THE l'AIU'S HElNd EX ACTY ALIKK. IF ANY 1'ART NIIBD8 KH RKI'LACIU). Til K oi'KKA TOli CAN ItEI'LACK IT. LOSS OF TIMi AND EXl'fcNSE TO or SENl12»a TO &c. 'i'tuy MACHINE SIlOl* RARELY 0CCVB8. A They are made at mtr new avd tpacwus Factory at Bridgeport, Conn., uwUr the imwitiatr supervision of the 1 'resident nj the Cmnpavy, KL1AS JH.. thcorit/inal inventor "J the Sewing Moc/tii". whose in vention is the foundation of, and cucert *tl Sewing JUailtiiiLS. They nre adapted to all kinds of Family Sewing, and to tho use of Seamstre-meN, Ore88innkers, Ttiilor*-. Miinul'actui i rs ol' £liii-tn. Cloaks, Pollars. Pkirln. Man tillas Ciotiiin^, llatx, Cajis. Corsets, Roots, SiioeH, Hal ni'ss. gadiik'H, I.iai u (ioods, Ciuln i I'IIH, I'aiiixolt work eipi-illy well upon silk, linon. woolen and cotton i oods, with silk, cotton or linen thread.— They will seam, quilt, gather, hem, tell, cord I.raid, hind, and perform every species of sewing, making a bountiful and nerl'ect stiotli, alike on l.oth sides of the articles son d. Tiie LOCK STITCH invented l.y MR. IIOM K. and m.nle on this Machine, is tlie most popular and dura ble. aliUe on both sides, and WILL NEITHER RIP |R A V EL. and all Sowing Machines are subject to thu principle invented by Lim. A Machine wag needed possessing duruliilit)/.ami easily under~lood and comprehended by all. 'in pro duce such a Machine has been the study of EMAS HOW E,J It., wlio gave to the world nit FirstSowing Machine,more than twenty year* ago and now SEND FOR CHICI'LAR. R. HUBBARD & CO., AGENTS, McGREGGB, IOWA. AGENT? WANTED. 5C7 V I I A N S O U E N -AND LAKE SHORE R. R. LINE. VIA Toledo and Cleveland. The Only Dircct Route to Clevel'nd, Erie, Dunk'k, Buffalo and aU principal points in NEW YORK AND iiEW ENGLAND. All tiik principal ralways the OF Ni.i tliwest and SouthweM comit ct at Chi» ''t!,SOUTHERN-RAILROAD ,) ul v Kxl"ls Trains on the MKJlKiAN The most ELEGANT DRAWING P.QGM COACHES •Tor |Mi ii m.i ii a Hiii lu :t y in tin1*conMlry, aro in u(! Upon tliiH lint*, oiM' *,i wliirli will ksi\i-CliimtrO on pa\ Kxpit'KM at i:00 A M., tunning throii^li Cleve* land will out chan-c. The Drawing „m,to iinui BRIDLES, liv NEARLY OPPOSITE MURRAY HOUSE. MoQrofer,Oct. l, 1R6T. KNNt ,'A !?£!'.!'...V, Coachen, SUvfuuLi oAchi*. au.J Day Coadica ol tl,i linMire pa^rfl l»yany UaiiwKy line in ()iih ruuuf ry.— llu« snuMiih ainl pci U-rt Iraflt jvi (Ik* a»ivaiitiiLf ol quirk turn, ami ^L'UK ^'ONNKOI lUNS. IWciiirei-s a a.«..d.h„L- ANIA. NEW YORK and NEW 'r1"RAILWAV. 1"1'1 purchase tickets via MICHIGAN SOI I IIEHN which are on sale principal Railway Ti Net Ollic s. and at he Comnn-allat ny'» Ollices, No. 50 Clurk Slrr«-t, Clkicayo. F. E. IVICRSE, tien'l Pass. A n't. Chicago. aio. m. mn, Qcn'l Vui'u 1'ut. A^'i M. S. A It .8 Line, Chicago. 597 DesMoines, Iowa. CAPITAL STOCK, $500,000, NET ASSETS, $106,652. OFFICERS AMD DIRECTORS: OBORGE W,CLARK, Pi rsideut. JNO. liflWILLlAMS. Vice President. S. F. 81'OFFOIII), Treasurer. T. C. SNOW, Secretary George \r. .Tones,non.C.C. Nourse.Ool. E.IIooki W. II Quick. Hon. Alvin Saunders, Omaha Joliw Wewwt,Council Bluff*, lows. Tliis C"in pa in hisurespersoiifin^aiiist ACCITiENTP. 1.V I'oli. i. and Tickets, and against i»^« h.vFIRE, LllillTNINC. MA KIN K IHSAHTKR. Ac.. 11 in* Ts ex tendiiiK its ImsiiiesN throughout this uiid udjoiiiili^ Western States. Has paid ail jiut clninis promptly, •nd lias snlTicielit isii capltai and other a's. ts to gu«rant(-e its policy hol-'ers and ri-«iJiiiiitlidit to the public fri iii whif i iolicitu a share of patronage. BOUOZ.A8 Z.SFFXNGWSLI, SEN. AG'T FOR NORTHERN IOWA, M. J. BROWN. foirrftM T'.r vrrfir»jt.if. Worth Kcdregori A Ur|i AnMrtiBMt of i u e a PICKETS AND SHINGLES, •f th* bwt qnalliyaad Mnuflu ttir«,wtikh Mtoit Reasonable w« oAH* •w«utaiHn,iiil tb* public g*B«r«Ujr,M Pried for Caaftu Builders Others mud Vf lib lag Lumber by the CAR LOAD or a or* em» •areexpense by ordering from 401 us. PARTICULAR3TTENTI0N GIVEN TO FILLING ORDEU A Llb«r»lDlaeountmadetoWaaler*. DRYLUMBER, LATH AND DOORS ALWAYS ON HAttlf All Enmber .Ac..delivered on camfreeofcharg#. H*YT A BURMCK. O. Summerfield^ JOBBMor READY-MADE CLOTHINS! CLOTHS, O A S S I 3 E E E S .VESTING Sf Gents'Fnftiisfilng Goods, 191 Lake St., 191 CHICAGO. ThcLasl MLH simplicity nnd aciajited to a great range of work one we offer his last production,—a Machine embracing all essential qunlities,atid PRONOUNCED THE BEST MACHINE IN THE WORLD. Success. flFH3agOT3Bl^ DRESSIMG jVew^tyle in oweBoiftc fpill quickly restore Gray Hair 10 its natural color and beauty, and produce luxuriant growth. It if perfectly harmless, and is preferred over every other preparation by those who have a fine head of hai|# as well as those who wish to resto^ it. The beautiful gloss and perfunfl imparted to the Hair make it desirabft fc\ for old and young. For Sale by all Druggists. DEPOT, 198 GREENWICH ST., IT. m&ONE&GU^R, E E A V I Sewing Machine Is the J.if"ct iiiipinvfd mucbinein the market also th« most kiiopli ii Mil »ihi:»iet as well n* ornnaMft 1 .1 -htado mutliii.e,l in n lit-t lii iu IIM Cogs and Springs, nnd 1111 frwei Ciini» tlmli an.v olht r. Is aiiiipti-il to nil kind'- ol Kiiniil.v .^'oAinfr, In in tii» liinst in.isiiiis und lute, to severul tluikneaje* ht'itvy ciolh. ll will Hem any widths Fell, Gather, of Ruffle, Cord, BRAID ORNAMENTALLY, Bind, Tuck, &c., &c* it sewb through nil tin- vaiy imr thi krcfn ol giiiiiunt with jii111 iKiiiiiy ot flit" Ii. lieoti accompany cue1,»d Bliichine. EVERV tl viih ii( HI chiii'^e or niljnstnient. The Kcttinif ot Die \«tl)a Mini Ki'cnhitii not Tri"irn ol llie Threads are exceed* lli^ly single, ri (|iiiriiip in use onlj nn Ii iiisli rctirns ai ninv |»in .ri'iii tlie printed directions that MACHINE RUNS PERFECTLY v o E A S Y Mi /wittiont disni-'ii »'le r.» ise. We[invlteatteiiti u to the fuel that tin- Claim for Superiority of the Lcailtl Sawing Machine over evwjr other Machine, pri nrlpnll.r npr.n its extrime simpliritjr. iitiilily «nrl -:ipitcity for all rrndes of sewinir. NORTON BBC'S. Gen. N. W. dnr- wliMlier litlil or lieavy. and the tact that it in not at ull liable to fri out of rdi-r. The iillachmeTitH. inclndii'jr Tuck lWee»nre. Marker, Tordf-r ami praved pattern. and llindor, are of the latcat niofct ic:- Every Machine Warrant«Mw,^i* THREE YEARS. Agtvfm? 99 Washinton St, Chicago MBS II. M. TODD, McGregor, WW'