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Henry Horn lost a watch OB Friday
morning last. lie thinks it must have got
pet of his pocket between the Cambrian
Block and the Western Hotel, McGregor.
'Twas a silver hunter, with black, silk
Sudcr
nard and a small gold key attached. The
will be liberally paid if he leaves it
ftt th«
TIMES
at
office Esqr. Ilurlbut
Writes us from Jefferson, Wis., Oct. 10th,
tbat lie attendeded a Democratic Club
meeting at that placc the night before and
that 500 initiated members were in at
tendance. In the club are 193 ex-soldiers.
The President is E. McMahon, Cashier of
the 1st N. Bank of the placc..I...Belgium
talks more by telcgrap'i than any other
European country C. W. llobart, Esq.,
of near Iowa City, a relative of the Evans
and Newell families has been in the city a
few days looking McGregor over with a
view to report it) appearance, business,
people, &e., &c., to tho Daily Chicago
Republican of which Mr. II. is a promi
nent and able Iowa correspondent. He is
kleo a director of the Iowa University.
Wo had much pleasure in meeting him
iind making his acquaintance at our sanc
lum. Mr. II. told us many interesting
things abbiil the tJnirersity and other
Stftte matters, biit he did hot write out tho
facts and \Ve forget A gentleman from
Philadelphia stopping a few days at Mr.
Flanders' EVANS HOUSE requests us to say
that he has received the kindest attention,
the plcasantcst accommodation and tho
most social personal regard fioin Mr. F.
that he has met in a long tour ot travel.
D. N. Cooley, of Dubuque, spoke
the Cambrian on Monday evening. Col.
Lewis A. Thpmas ttas also here to speak
but the Hall was pre-engaged to the lie
publicans proper, Col. T. being regarded
as a
bolter. The Col. requested of the Al
lison men
a
hot
Chase is now reported as not for
Grant. It matters but litcie if he is or is
not. There is no man in the U. S. more
responsible for the situation we are in
jhan S. 1'. Chase. W. II. Seward may
equal but he cannot beat him L. W.
Powell, travelling correspondent of the
'Chicago Republican, formerly of the
(RVoadhoad Independent, than of the
iStoughton Reporter, and if.ore recently the
husband of the man-woman known in the
newspaper world as Aiiss Ellen Burnhain,
called to see us last week. He is a "brick"'
socially and we wonder how the devil be
was so cheatcd in a v ift!
Richard Jones, the Wales bachelor, ab
sent for many weeks on a visit east, is
again at bis McGregor home looking as
well as could bo cxpected Doctor
Stockfeldt spoke on Saturday evening to a
good audience at the Cambrian. llis
speech was warmly applauded Col.
Thomas will probably Vie hero on Mond.sy
evening next D. T. Lindley of Lansing,
n typo, an editor and a musician, a linst rate
#Lemocrut and (of course) a gentleman, is
'ill'town paying his many friends a social
visit.
We have no report of the Co. Fair for
this issue. On Saturday we saw its break
up. Aext week more about it The
Decorah Democratic Barbecue was in the
middle of a ruin storm, but it was no
''email potatoe affair,'' fully two thousand
voters listened to the eloquence of B. B.
Richards of Dubuque, Charles Eldredge of
W is. and others At the close of the Co.
Fair on Saturday evening, Mr. Sloan of
Elkader,had a quarrel with two men named
jl/adden. How the quarrel began we know
not. Mr. Sloan was badly used up by a
knife in the hands of one of the Madden
brothers. It is believed Mr. S. will re
coyer. Particulars when we get them.
Mrs. W. II. Bates, on the 8th of Oct.,
1S0S, added a nine pound lady to the
l.o^lehold of our friend, the insurance
niau. "Bill" looks kind-a bashful when
culled "Pa," but he has considerable
"cheek" left Sea all our Advertise
ments if you want business information.
SL'EEcu.—Hon.
Charley Eldredge,
Weather, Markets ft«.
.V.
C.
of Wis., tuude us a epeoch on Wednesday
evienin/r at the Cumbrian. Our notice of
his return from the Decorah barbecue was
very/brief, the train was behind time, he
arrived late and hud not a full house, lie
made a ''full" speech, however, and was
applauded at the turn of nearly every
sentence. R. V. Shurley, Esq., of the
Decorah Democrat, accompanied Charley
to JfcGregor. "Bob" is a pretty good boy
vrhea in our company!
Business quiet. Rainy, Muddy, llivcr
rising, steamers happy and rafts of lum
ber and logs plenty. Wheat 1,10 to 1,20
Corn slow at 40 for new in the ear to 70
old, shelled Potatoes dull at 50 to CO
Butter at 20 to 28 Eggs 18 Beans $2 to
$i. Gold In N. Y. 138.
Mr. Stoneman is sick for OYer a week
lie has not been "down town.'' Persons
expecting John to till his electoral appoint
ments in this Congressional district will
not expect any longer. Ha will probably
inakc a few speeches beforo tho election,
but his regular list of appointment* it
withdrawn.
.Messrs. .VcGinty and Lee of the N. W.
Tel. Co., and J/r.
Gilinan of the Valley Lino,
will regard us as very grateful for tho gen
eral dispatches favored us during the late
pending elections. When we are able tc
^juy a telegraph line we will reciprocate.
NEWS.—Election
talk has been the talk
for several hours hence tha absence of
much that usually pertains to general and
local news. When jioliticsreignssnpreme,
all otter tux 4*y up.
TllAVEL..
TRAISS cuing went leave McGregor nt
•nd 10 P. M. fur St. Paul—Sundays exc-eptwl. Arrive
at Modiv|or eastward bound ut C-:J5 A. U. aud 7:-0
P. M.—Sumliiys excepted.
TRAINS Imivb Prairie dti Oliirn louud cait *t 7:50 A.
M. "lid 'J P. M.—Sunday* exccpttd.
J. U. lJnss
rests
fi
I'ns.
READ,
joint discussion. He and Mr.
Cooley had agreed to this arrangement as
they came up on tho boat. The Grant
directory here declined a joint meeting
and Mr, Cooley played it alone to a limited
company of political admirers. We did
hear his spsech but we know his au
dience was very light in numbers and not
l^reat on the enthuse.
Mrs. Win. Paul and her *0% Edward
liare returned from tho east an purchased
the Mathews farm on the, Monona road,
where they fltsign living. They have
been in town several days as the guests
of Mr. & Mrs. \Vm. Baker. ED. says
"this IOWA State is a hard one to leave:"'
many others have said the same thing and
after an absencc of a few years tlicy 'came
back to the State of plenty......Mt'IIi/cii.
of North McGregor, will havea Free-Bus at
the Evans House on Thursday Evening to
convey guests to his ball of that evening.
A. M. and return in ttic eve­
ning. Tho St. Luuis I.ine ia a
daily.
or
Democrats here are wide-a-wnke and all
right. But we want Noble, Stoneman,
Bass and others to como down and let
republicans know that they are not afrr.id
to let our principles be known to any and
every body. Yours truly,
CORRESPONDENT.
LimEs.-THOBCwho wish their Furs
brought into fashionable shape, or new
ones made up, will please call on Mrs. R.
Choate, who will devote her time for a few
weeks to repairing, or making to order,
Muffs,, Collars, Wristlets, Gloves and Mit
tens. Gents und Boys caps aud fur goods
made to order. 3t 256
Howard County.
The democracy of Howard county met
in convention on the 30th ult., and nomi*
nated a full ticket. For elerk of the
district court, Herbert M. Gregory was
unanimously naniinated, and lor recorder,
Gustave Dorr. Hon. John T. Stoneman
of McGregor, was present and addressed
the convention. The democracy of How
ard county are at work with enthusiasm.
ADVERTISEMENT.—I
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY.
STATE
ov
IOWA, AI
DITOR'S
-*mrn mm
his Ferry Steamer on the
Iowit Bide.
ftiittes leave McGregor every niorninfc (Sunday#
ix«i'ited) for Klkudvr, Witukon, Strawberry Pulut
Gutti'iiburg mid (iiirnnvillo. Htciuiihoat. now run
almnbt lioiii ly between St. Louis, Dubiujtio and S
Paul. Tlio "White Cellar Lino" (Pt. Byron to Si
Putil) po up d.iily at
Tliu Diumoud
Jo" i.ine does just HS it plea«c8. Opportunities to
on foot from MeUregor, west, nro always open.
NOKTII IOWA TIMES:
Sirs—I
noticc in the McGregor Neics an article
purporting to be a report of a democratic
meetihg, ut Clayton, on the 3d of Oct., at
which meeting l)r. Stockfcldt addressed
the citizens of this place. That there was a
meeting, and that Dr. S. addressed it, are
facts as to anything else stated by the
iS'eio's-man they are simply absurdities and
calculated to mislead and deceive. The
facts are, there was a good turn-out of
citlzer.8 at the meeting, about one-third of
whom were republicans. But when tho
speaker spoke of the negro as an inferior
race, the republicans loft except ono and
he is or.e that makes his boast that ho can
neither read, write or cipher this was
ut the out set of the meeting. Now
how did the JVfics-man get his informa
tion? We know who made the report
and also know that he states what is false,
and are well convinced that he knuws it.
am intending to
leavo this city to engage in business else
where, and I now offer for sale the follow
ing property-:
Warehouse ar4 Lot No. 12, rebuilt this
yc«u\ Also my dwelling house, corner of
2nd and B. streets, iti good repair with all
modern conveniences. Apply to
3w. I. L. KRAMER.
The arrival of tv.o -London shoeblacks
in Toronto is announced, in the leading
journal of that city hs an evidence that
emigration is on the increase.
Western Insurance CuiiiiiilHf,
See the advertisement of this candidate
for favor. Its compliance with the late
stringent laws of Iowa is certified below.
M. J. Brown of this city is General a^
'well as Local agent for the region around
•us. Tire r.di'.nes of tho directors guaran
tee safety to those \cho cio business with
them an acquaintance of over 12 years
with Mr. Brown justifies us in stating-that
he is above the suspicion of bad faith in
any path o( life. If you insure in tin1
Western yon euu be sure that jrou ar
insured.
OFFICE—DE­
PARTMENT OF L.VM KANCK.
IT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED, That
there has been filed in this office a sworn
statement, showing the erudition of tin
Western iitsm-ance -Ccfinpiiny, located at
Des Moines in the State of Towu, on the
2Sth day of September. A. D. 1S6S, in no
cordance with the provisions of an Act o(
tho General Assembly of the State of
Iowa, entitled
liAn
Act to Regulate In­
surance Companies," approved April 7th,
l.StfS and upon personal examination 1
find that said Company is possess of the
requisite amoiint of Capita'!, and invested"
as required by lafr.
AUTHORITY IS THEREFORE GiV
EN to the above named Company to trans
act their appropriate business of Fire.
Marino and Lightning insurance in this
State in accordance with the laws tbenowf,
until the 31 day of January, A. D. 1809.
IT IS ALSO CERTIFIED, That M. ,T.
Brown, Esq., of McGregor, Iowa, has
been duly appointed by said Company
their lawful Agent, witli full power to
take risks of Insurance for said Coni—
pany as provided by law.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed my
seal of office, ut Des Moines, Iowa, thi«
2&lh day September, A. i). 1S68.
SAM A. AY RES.
Dep'y Auditor of State.
NOTICE. A copy of the register of
Mendon township fo»- 1868, as prepared by
the board, is posted up in the clerk's office
in M. O'Brien's Store, where it may be int
spected at any time.
The Board will meet again at the City
Scales on the Tuesday preceding the day
of election to complete the list as the law
directs, when the names of all h-gal vn,
ters not already registered may be s.ddcd.
ROBERT UU1G LEY Act'g Clerk.
DOMESTIC ECONOMY.—No house-kcepor
or cook is fully prepared to enter success
fully upon her culinsiry duties without
having the lhst Chemical Saleratus on
hand. It relieves the miud of much of
the care and anxiety experienced by a
skillful cook. For sale by mcst merchants
and grocers. Call for the genuine iu i'dl
papers. It is better than Soda.
WNAT IIAIR RESTORATIVE.—Took THE
First Premium of a Silver Medzl at the
New Hampshire State Fuir over all com
petitors "Barrett's."
J.C.HARRISON,
For many years known \o tht
people of this vicinity as having
rare ability in Shoeing1Horses*has
returned and permanently located
in the Brick Shop lately owned by
Wm. Jarvis, one door above the
old Pennsylvania Bouse. Be will
do all work In Slacksttailhing", but
will give espccial attention tf
SBOBZZVO BOMBS. The pat
ronage of old and new firie&ds is
asked.
CONJUGAL LOVE,
AM
I'I IK U'I'IN KVS LIF TLILK MA'.LLTIAIIK.
E«t.iay l'..r Y..'iiii{ thu Krrr, Alu«'r anu
DUi'itiii's wliit'h .livirov tho M.iuly Powt rH ailil create
iinpiMli'iifiits tn Marriage, ith miro inouiiKot' relief.
Srut ill soali-il letter fiut'lopc, free if chiirco. A.l
dr*»8,lr J. SKII.UN UOUOUJON, UowarJ Aato-i-
PbiUdti^hta, r*.
DRY GOODS!!
Merinos, ZSmprcss
Cloths, Wool Plaids,
Poplins and Alpac
cas in desirable col
ors at n popular
fY*|
r% lr
pq
ALEXANDER KID GLOVES.
S A W S
Plain and Fancy
Beavers, for Sacques
and Overcoats Har
ris and Scotch Cassi
meres French and
American Coatings
and Tricots Fine
Doeskins and Cloths,
Prints, Belaines.
Cotton Flannels.
Wool do
Shaker do
Shirtings do
Kentucky Jeans,Sat
inets, Tweeds, Sheet
ings and Shirtings,
Bl'chd Goods, 'STarns,
Bags and Batts.
Our Stock is full and Complete.
We propose to sell Goods Cheap}!
Wc feel confident of being able to
please all who way favor us with
a calk
TTatikce Notions.
Uoop Skirts
and Corsets.
Ha%g and Caps.
trroceftes, Sugars,
Coffee, Teas, Syrups.
ALSO FOR SALE 1,000 ARMY
OVERCOATS, WARRANTED PER
FECT, WHICH WILL BE DISFOSED
OF AT ONE-THIRD Of IH£iR REAL
Peterson & Larson,
•ftOSITE FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
McGregor, Iowa.
1868.
1 nr 1 1
FALL CAMPAIGN 1
SIGN OF THE RED UMBRELLA!
Opening at Headquarters!
E. R. BARRON & BR0.
IRISH POPLINS, MERINOS, EMPRESS AND OTTAWAN CLOTHS,
BARATHEAS, TYCOONS, WINGES, KRUCKERBOCKERS, SPLEN
DID LINE OF BLACK ALPACAS AND POPLINS,
ALL NEW AND OF RECENT IMPORTATION. BOUGHT CHEAP 1H3 WILL BE SOLD AT
SATISFACTORY PRICES.
Long and. Square Sliawls,
THE LARGEST AND CFCIDEOLV THE PRETTIEST EVER ON EXHIBITION HERE
ELEGANT NOVELTIES for LADIES SACQUES & CLOAKS)
With Buttons, Fringes, Gimpa of New Patterns and Designs, to Match.
Beaver Cloths, Gassimeres and Coatings,
FINE LUTE.
SCOTCH AND AMERICAN FLANNELS!!
Tip Top Flannel only 25 Cts. a Yard.
Mixed, Ctrey and Fancy Yarss*
Afighan and Chinchilla Yarns*
GREY AND WHITE BLANKETS—OSHEAP!
One Case 101-4 WHITE BLANKETS,
Only $5 OO Pair.
TAPFSTPV! Brussels, Extra Superior Ingrains and
Ladies, CteotS Md Children's Hosier?.
See our Prices belour:
COU.WJL HILL l*. O. May ith, 1SC8.
Meurs. K. R. IURRON & Bui*., MCCIREUOS.
GBNTS.—ThoChisl «1' HI II Ti-a I tenpht of you
la«t week at $1,25,1 i-oiwider *u]ii!or to HU Tea I
have hud,
aud i.t leu price.
Yours Ac.,
NATIONAL,IUW.I,May
ik*trt.X.
IE.
bwrer.
do yon good*
Kemp CARPSTZS7QS, selling Very Cheap.
U S
WE ARE HAVING WlflBE FOR US A LARCE LOT OF FURS. INCLUDING MINK. SABLE. SIBERMI
SQUIRREL. FITCH AND OTHER KINDS. THESE FURS WILL BE HERE AS SOON MANUFACTURED—
SAY i: FJJ.1 U-iU Wi AS.l TJJ3 AT TEN
1132 Ti flfll E¥.1IHIWI0«. WILL BE SOLA LOW-
ladies Vests and Pants.
Plymouth. Buck Criovcs--"WortIi Buying.
IT IS UNNECESSARY FOR US TO WRITE OUT A FULL ESSAY RELATIVE TO THE LARCE LOT OF
MERCHANDISE AND THE LOVi PHCES WE SELL OUR GOODS. WE FEEL QUITE SURE WE CAN
GIVE YOU BETTER BARGAINS THAN 'TIS POSSIELE TOR YOU TO OBTAIN ELSEWHERE. OUR GOODS
WE KNOW ARE BOUGHT CHEAP, AND WILL BE SOLO AT
GUARRANTEE EVERY ARTICLE AS REPRESENTED.
Buy Vour Teas of E. R. Barron & Bro.
Great Succcss in the Sale of Teas! jpar beyond our Expecta
tions Complete Satisfaction Given to V Drinkers 1 Prices
IOWBH than can be had of any Co. 2 2 2 Everybody says
"Teas from Z!. R. Barron A Bro.* are O. K."
HAVING MADE ARRANGEMENTS IN TIIB PURCHASE
7th, IMS.
Mmrron Bro., X'cGrrgcr.
U. C. MAXHUE.
IOWA, May 11th, 1J6S.
Messrs. E. R. Barron i£ Bro., SlcGrtgor.
GEJT8.—I have used tlie Tea, "Gun-Powder" bought
of you last waxk, aud liud it n very luce article, and
very cheap. When we pet thin lot used up, will buy
more Yours ttisptcUully,
TUOMAS GLASS.
1868.
dents Shirts and Drawers.
SATISFACTORY PRICES.
9
We are enabled to offer GREAT INDUCEIUErSfTS to all lovers of that
delicious beverage, Pure Teas. These Teas are not FXX2SD up, but PUXLB, as
they are gathered in China and Japan, and shipped direct to New York and lioston
from Foo L'hou, llon^ Konjr, Canton and Yeddo.
Our Teas were selected with rrcat earc by Toong Foo & Yuen Tek, at the above
places. These Teas posses ths fine Moyune flavor, which cannot fail to give perfect
satisfaction to all.
We will give such Bargains in SEAS as no ono hero has ever
realized. Our ample facilities enable us to do this*
Club I'rices as follows, or in small quantities tor samples or Iriul
FINK JAPAN TEA.. .:....?1.00
KXTIIA FINE JAl'AN 1.15
IJEbT .JAPAN
1.25
Y. 11. TEA.:
1.20
K XT Pi A EINE Y. 11 1.50
1MPEllIAL TKA.i 1.23
1IE.ST IMPEPvlAIj..... 1.50
(iUN POWDER 1.25
FINE EXTRA UUNPOWDElt.... 1.50
BLACK TEA
90
EATUA FINE liLACli 1.10
It EST OOLONG
1.35
ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEA... 1. 50
GEXTS.—The Gun I'owdtr Ti-.n I bonjilit of you at fl,2jr 11 ut-|or luuinii is an ^iKnl.if not better, than
$1 per pound is th» best Tea I have hud for a long 'Tea I h»v«* had from any Tea Company, aud couies
time. It lieaU any T.
Qroceriesy Full Stock.
!!!AMBER AND GOLDEN SYRUP 1H
Sugar,
One word* and we make our bow: The Goods we have in store
were bought for Cash( strictly were bought Cheap were bought
to be sold* and will be sold at !!!!!Great Bargains!!!!!
Come* Bee, Look at our doods. Learn our Prices, and we Will
Wt
OF
GARSATILLO, IOWA,M.IJ
14ti,
Mettrt. E. It. Burrtn Urn., McCregor.
Dut
ISCi.
SIR.—Wo hare und tVe Imperial
Tea
at
boNcbt of jo* |Mt Thursday, aud find it a
article.
P. F. DJCKIXSOX.
Sljt
TCTjnic«
Tours very truly,
K. O.NLT.
FAKMir.suiRO, IOWA,May
Mwiic
ICtb,
1S6S.
it. Barron A liro., McC'rtQcr.
CENTMvr.N.—Tin' Gun-l'o»dfr Tea I bad #f .von for
Co. Send Die 6 lfc»., uioro by cheaii.r. I'M take ttu jiomirts u.ore.
V«urs Truly.
Yours Truly,
DAXIEL BKOXSOX.
OUA TUWXSEIP,May 18.1S68.
M£HW?.K.)t. BAKBOS
k
B*o.,
Gents—I have tried ynur Japan and Tmrerial Tt a
at St 25 roots per pound, and consider it better than
tbat received froui any Tea Company—nlro nmcb
cheaper, tend me 5 lbs Juiperir.i Tra bj Uarti.
Yours, very rcspectfnllv.
Wo have made arrangements tt keep constantly en hand these
Vine Teas, enough to supply the wants of this Great Northwestern
part of Xowa and Southern Minnesota. Particular attention paid
to filling Club Orders* We Warrant these Teas* and in any caso
they do not give entire satisfaction they can be returned at our ex
pense and money refunded. Address
|. B. BARRON & BRO., McGregor, Iowa.
ORLIN WARN.
Rice, cfec.
E. R. BARRON & BRQ.#
McORSaOR, tOWA*
tsm
D.H. Hamlin & Co.,
No. 3,
MASOm BLOCK,
ilave just returned from Sastcrn
Markets, and aro Loaded Down
irith all kinds of
Groceries, (McterieS
CANNED AND DRIED FRUITS,'SC.(
S*or Sale for Cash, or
"A," No. 1 Short-Time Credit.
We arc unable to mcnttcn the
many delicacies to be found in our
Stock, but will briefly mention a
few among the thousands:
bbls Sugar.
200
75 bbls Syrups.
50 Chests Tea.
60 Sacks Coffee.
50 Sacks Nuts.
Lots of Fish.
Loads of Canned and
Dried Fruit.
Large Pile of
Family Groceries.
Tor LESS MOOTS'? per lb. or
Chest than any Tea Co.'s Agent
in this city can ftirnish them. Xn
Teas, the people have been gross
ly humbugged by flaming adver
tisements and quotations for the
Fco X*oo's and Choo Choo's. We
have no connection, whatever,
with any Tea Company. We pur
chase our Teas from first hands,
and can furnish poor or fair Teas
FOB. LITTLS MONSY, but
good Teas bring full priccs. We
can accommodate the consumer
or trader with either at prices
suit.
Xn the way of
CANDIES,
CONFECTIONERIES,
SWEET HEATS, SC.,
We have facilities such as chal
lenge competition. We will un
dersell A
Iff IT fiOUSB in town in
this line, for either home manufac
ture or imported.
Zn fact we have everything ih
the line of our trade and courte
ously ask an examination of ouir
Stock.
WE DELIVER GOODS
To any part of the City for 25 cts.
a load, which goes to the Bray
man. Wc can ftirnish families in
tho City their orders as cheap as
any concern delivering goods free
of charge buys them, thereby sav
ing money to purchaser and sus
taining the Laboring ClassMb
mm* nil •&OMM
REMOVED!
HAYT & BtTRDIOK
HAVE REMOVED T1IWR
Lumber Yard!
From thoir eld kta^d on'Mala St.
to the Levee,
Foot of iit St:, where may be found
__
T.lTmHlGn 11TTV713T*n I
BI
W "•OOXB A
LATH, SHZZVOLSS,
PICKETS, DOORS and SASH,
FARMERS, BUILDERS & DEALERS
tui PLEKC Cta 0 US BEFORSPURCHASING.
OVB PRICES,
Wholesale & Retail!
ARB VB&r LOW*.
Th*xilifi.l for Ihc Lll-cral Pufronnpo rrcplri-d for
tko I.ut
12
3*tar«, wo hope
by
a cuatinuance of tb« aaino.
fair Jtruliug to tnjov
At his'Headquarters, H:Si of Mian
M.:lire»oi .Sf[)t. ill, is *. e-Jij
*0. 325 EAST WATER STREET,
dSilwaukce, Wisconsin,
Whdtal, lulue in
Y A V & a N O I O N S
TEAS,
ENVELOPES,
WRITING PAPEtt
WRAPPING PAPERS,
FOR CASH.
DECORAH
Marble Works!
BAZZIZJIT
It tPill bd for your interest by from
$10 to $1000, according to the prico of
your order, to buy of us.
6U BAILET 4 FULLE*.
N W I
K&IEBS
(SiccccMor* to
Rags and all binds of Taper Stock Opposite Market Square.
Wantod. COO -s
McGregor, Iowa.
FULLER,
St
WE
PROPRIETORS. THE GREAT
furnish jlnthijtit fur tUo ouleof our
Monuments,
Headstones,
Table Tops,
For less figures'* ty 10 to 50 per cent.,
t!aa you can get of any shop near yon.
Wo deliver and set all work free of
charge, and warrant all work as good
if not superior to any bilfti&
KINO,
A
DEALERS (H AK9 MANUFACTURERS OF
Stoves and Tinware,
affcCHLBCfrOa, ZOWJL
PARTICULAR ATTENT GIVEN TO ALL
KINDS OF JOB WORK.
Ifyou traal a Re«f, Chimney Stack,
Brichcn and Escape Pipe, (Say Rwf*
ing, EaVe TrougUaf» W«U
Buckct, Well
or anything else in the Job Wsrk tciae,
give us a call and you will tie satiafi^d
with prices and work done.
Thirty years* experience in tho
business will enable us to comply
with all we promise.
N. KllIEB (.513) ,t. f. KIK'G.
O I E N
Dj£.A.I.E» IM
GROCEBlEg
FR.TJITS
-A TST3D
O V I S I O N S
1 AM
BKCtirifctif
PEACHES DAIIiT,
i u O i S
I I «nad. •rnuigrtnMjtn fur furnithlbg
t( mo
xttcoxtsooR,
ITAYT ft BCRDICK.
McGrp^or, Aug. 10,1CC8. 61»
O U I S E Z E
H.C.BRADMY&co., FRENCH & RICHMOND,
tC., 16., ae.
WWcfc tl*7 «ffsr
Ut
tt* tnui«
it
LOW PRICES,
aiTcua'
TALL AND WINTKII AH'LKS.ln rood
AA'ASUR condition. MDII will HN HI1O tu fill all orders
lluticy uLi(l s eii.jjl itlttuicc aliuTo cost.
AT abort
A u A s s o e n i
DRIED, GREEN, CANNED
MO PRESERVED FRUITS,
ORANGES,
LEMONS
RAISINS,
FIGS,
HUTS, «C„ SC. OATES,
In fact, families can find at all times
a good selection of crcry article ta the
above line by calling at tho
BRICK BLOC2,
CORNER SECOND AND MAIN STREETS.
663
St.,
has just received a larjje stock of
Cloths, Gassimeres, Flannels,
aid a General Assortment of
Woolen and Cotton Goods,
NOTIONS, HOXSSHV, GLOVS3, 6LC.
Also a Large and Well Assorted Stock of BATS AND CAPS,
VEUY DESIU.VULS 1*011 THE SEASON. MY STOCK 01".
Cr&0CS&XS3 and PROVISIONS will Always be Found Com
plete. I am dotcrmined to Pay the Zlighcst Price for Praduco asd sell all Goods
In my line as low as the lowest, oither for CASH or TSADB.
SUCCESSORS TO AUG. FRENCH,
KZEP
A SrLUNDID
STOCK
Of
WATCHES. GXIDDKS
JEWELRY,
Solid Silver and Plated Ware,
FANCr GOOSS,
FINE POCKET CUTLERY, PISTOLS
PISTOL CARTRIDGES, AC., It.
CALL AXD SEE
"GUS." & "KICH."
If 7
o« want IIono«tG(oodit—Chaap.
W A E A I I N
A. IN" ID ENORA VINGf
NEATLY DONE AND WARRANTO.
£.1)9
Teas! Teas!! Teas!!!
EMPIRE TEA AND COFFEE CO.,
beg lo iTo to inform '.ho cltizcn. of McGrcjc- of 205 Full on, 85 New York, have appointed W.
or and the surrounding coUutry, that wc sliallPOWEKS, Main 6t., McGrtgor, Iowa, oQr tulo
TEAS and COFFEES^
wltich i-.re sold at the
NEWYORK
&c., &c.
Wholesale Prices,
Wttli th« alli(Uu *f & CMIU par pouud to cwwr
tr:tn«porUlluB. ll ia bivtckB to kptnL of IketacMH
of Uin
LARGS T£A and COFFEE CO.it
of Now York CU7. f*r it i. wull known that half tk»
Tw coLi6umr.l luthis country ia #«1U bj thr*« cob
ULiiici uiiii their u^cuU.
Ton can get
your
I
1
Teas
AT TBS
Wholesale Prices.
Then uavini tho imnietiSA profit, of the K.tall
M«rcliaut,a» tht* loilowitig I'rice List will hli
(XIong. fln. DO cIk f*r ft
do extra .51.00 ],«r lb
do b*«t 1.20|cr!b
Ytun{ Hj'KIB, flu.... ..PO ctk per lb
do kHjiurior
Oldliyeua
MATU£VTB ft LASD.)
u.$1.00
per
tlo 'ii bunt $120 per A
Uncolored Japan, ft no Sl.t it per !h
•Jo »*tra $1-50 per Jh
Mixed Ore«n and Iil.ick,90 ct« $1.00, beat $1.00 j*r tk
and Imp»ri il from OOctato
COFFEES.
fpy o«r English Iiri akfr.bt Coffte 28 cts por fc
Trv our Extrn lliu Empire Coif.e 3." eta pi*r Vk
Thf«0 Tea. «uJ Coffees ar« :tM puf up in Nrw York
by ilie .uip.tuy uiiJ soM at N'fw York Prices, and
guar*uti!«:U to tivu untii tt satisfaction or the mont-jr
rc'iitdod. Try the ia ainl he co nv iuced.
W. J. rOWBRS( Agent*
""NOTICES"
PURE
California Wines*
The American Vintage Co.,
r*x
tax
«f«T VWEYAROS \H CALIFORNIA
flafcifrfcUottriktthc? ar«MUisg Hot ih« fur*
Winch.
ccr. As ca.r««M •.
PUltr.
ANUKLICjI,
SHKKRT, BRANDA,
BOCK, CLAIier,
For s »la by
McOragor. lovx.
l'I
MrsCATKT,.
WINK niTTSEff/
bPARKLINO.
lopis BI.VTON ITI
6CT
FOA SAt.fi!
AtKO«.'.ory fn:i!3 ImiKlii g, tl.r^u doors below
fleott 4 Gould's Croc Hay .stou* ai.J t,c.w known at 8.
J. Lckirt'u llardwuvu Storr, will be Bold on reascca
bit tLruii). It Is iu tho buoiucss part of the Cit?.
Fv tortas cnijuirc, on th« pruiulaea. of tln owser
Mrs B. DYMONP.
M'-Gi-oior, Aug t^h, 1¥6».

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