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ln«en Isabella af Spnln.
Queen Is^b.llh, of Spain, is thirty cars o.' ap e, liut she looks a great deal older. Her fucc 13 round, her features are coarse, her nose slightly retrousse, her eyes small, blue, and her hair chestnut. Fortunately »hedid not inherit the extraordinary nostl of ber father, who was indebted to it foi? unpleasant nickname of 4,Nari/.otal." but unfortunately she does not possess ei thar the grneefu^bearing or the manner of her mother, Queen Christina. She bears no resemblance to cither of her parents, and does not look at all like a 'Spanish woman. Iler physo^noiiiv is dcvoi.ljof in telligence. Her voice is strong, somewhat hoarse, and decidedly masculine. H^r manners are vulvar, and destitute nf niuj esty and refinement. Her mother in a pro licient in painting and embroidery. Queen Isabella feele no inclination to occupy her self with needle-work, nor does she like literature and the fine art«. She dresses richly, but her costumes never look ele gant her mother in her youth pave to a certain blue color the name of Christina blue, but no stuff*, no article of female at tire, no color in Spain ever bore the linnm of Isabella the Second. The life which the Queen leads is an easy 01.e, liut by no means conducive to her health she pro longs sweets of repose beyond a rational length, and takes a very heartv brcakfa.-t between one and two, and frequently heats mass not until four in the af.einjon, which renders the position of her almonds deci dedly unpleasant, inasmuch as the pool fellows cannot touch any food until that late hour. Toward night-fall she takes a walk in the inclosure of the Iletrio, and sometimes in the frequented parts of the Madrid promenade. At nightfall the queen returns to the palace and generally eats more than is good for her. She some times attends the performances of the roy al opera, whither she repairs, accompan ied by a number of curiously dressed servants. After the performance she re tires, presides at the cabinet council, con sults with her secret Camarilla, and finally indulges in those pleasures to which ph.? i* so passionately addicted. The officers and digo:ttries who, according to the Spanish court etiquette, have* to kiss Queen Is abella's hand several times in the course of the year, are greatly to be pitiel. To kiss a pretty female hand is something which few men will dislike, but to press one's lips upon a swollen, misshaped, red hand covered with yellowish scales is quite another thing. These scales Isabella's hand proceed from a disease with which she is afflicted. The Kings brother, the Infante Don £Knriquo, has expatiated on this subject in his letters, published in l'aris. If the queen has the manners and hearing of a man, those of her husband, the king, are decidcdly feminine. Her voice is contralto, his voice a soprano she likes exercise, he is afraid of riding on horseback. The prince of Austria and he princesses bear no resemblance to heir parents whatever. The princesses are handsome, though badly educated, and often behave with shocking navicte. "WHAT A COPPERHEAD IS.—The Tribune styles Col. T. Lyle Dickey, recently ap pointed Assistant Attorney (ieneral of the United States, "a Copperhead." Now we may learn exactly what a Cop perhead is. Col. Dickey has been an hon ored citizen of Illinois foi thirty years. For many years he was Circuit .Judge in the Ottawa"distrvt. When the war broke -nut he went to Washington and asked Mr. "Lincoln for authority to organize a cavalry regiment. Mr. Lincoln wrote to the Sec retary of War concerning the said Cop perhead, thus "This iuan is my f.iind. Wants to raise a cavalry regiment. He won't lie. lie won't steal. A. Lisroi.s." Receiving his authority, he returned and put in the field the Fourth Illinois Cavalry Regiment, and commanded the same till Grant made liini Chief of Cavalry on his staff, which po.it he filled with dis tinction. Three sons and a son-in-law of this "Copperhead" entered the army. Of two of these sons, both privates, one was killed -*ind another severely wounded in the Red River Expedition. IIi.5 son-in-law, a Gen eral, was killed at Shiloh. Now we know what the Tribune's "Cop perhead" means.—.V. Y. World. According to Radical reports, there has been expended since 1SC1, the sum of £2, 'XK),000,000 for expenses growing out of chewar, and during that time there has been collected from the people (to say nothing of the stealings) ^2,20,000,000. Enough to have paid, as we went along, •all but $050,000,000 of the war debt. Radicals also tell us th t]they 1 ave used less than 8100,000,000 for ordinary ex penses per annum, a total of *700,000,000 for the seven years. Now adu this sum to the £050,000,000 war debt, and we have $1,350,000,000, and estimating accruing interest on these amounts at $:2:0,000,000, and it shows that the total debt should now be only $1,000,OCX),000, instead of. as it really is ^2,030,000,000. Taking the Radicals own figures for it and here is over a billion of dollars which thvv have i squandered, and of which tlicy fail to ive any account during the time they have run the government. An amount large enough to have paid for all expenses un der democratic rule for over fithxii years. Tax payers how do you like the showlug —Fayette Co. Union. Senator DOOLITTLE.—There wtll be» Big Meeting of the People in Prairie du Ghien, Saturday, Oct. 17th, 18GS, and the Court House will be crowded with persons who go to hear the address of Senator Doolittle. Mr. Doolittle is the 6ame United States Senator elected to Congress hv the I'epuU iicans of AVisconsin. The last time he spoke in Prairie du Chien, he addressed the people in the cause of the Republican party. Now, Senator Doolittle declares that the leaders of the Radical Party are destroy ing the government, anJ Bankrupting the people und lie is urging all men to do as he has, leave the Radicals and try to save the Union from its enemies. Go and hear him speak !—Pra.du C'hicn Courier. If V ou don't know how to use bone, ou would not know 70U how to use gold. It you lrt the capital you hare lie idle, and waste and ru«t out it would be the same thing with you if you had gold you would only know how to waste it. uiuscle and brains, Then don't stand about idle, a great helpless child waiting for somebody to come and feed you, but go to work. Take the first work you can find, no matter what it is, so that you do it well. Yes, whatever you undertake, do it well: al ways do your best. If you manage the capital you already have, you will soon have plenty more to manage but if you can't or won't manage the capital (iod has given you, you will never have any other to manage. Do you hear, young man Ia the immediate presence of a national election the Radical Persecutors dare not carry out their programme of oppression, And therofore all the indictment?) against liquor 4ealara at Mcliregor in this State were allowed to slide. Don't be deceived, this is no repentance, it is but the expedi ency of Radical warfaro. As soon as the election i* orer Maine Lawistn will dumaud their bond. There are two important county offices pending in their county and fines or con victions would have imperiled them. Be good little Dutch boys, vote for the Radi cal ticket and get your beer stopped imme diately after you have returned their men. That's Radical gratitude all Jervit. OT«f.—Frank Th« thirteenth section of the Constitu tion of Liberia ia as follows: "None but persons of color ahall be admitted to citizenship." Philosophically speaking that Nation uanaot hava ft CoastitutioBal citiaao. PAPER. Winnebago Mills 1 SMITH MANUFACTURERS I Yissu* Fress & co„ AND Wrapping Paper* Bam ©rug ilEanilla trinting Book Colored 8oaif£» Straw Bonnet Hoofing Felt. Cotton, Jute, Flax, Hemp, And a general assortment of Fancy Drug Twines. Our Winnebn go Papers are fur saU by all the lead lug Wholesale Groccrs iti the citj. S.» quotation.- in Chicago oca 6003 FRESH BUTTER, EGGS AND POULTRY always on hnnd. The highest prioc paid for flutter, Kggs. Poultry. Ac. All goods bought ly city custom ers will he delivered at their houses Free of Charge. BOUND FOR TEXAS! VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE! I Iwiles OKFK my Farm of hair en bald heads. It stops the hair from falling off, and giro* n nrwnnd vigorous growth. It always keeps the scalp clean and fr*e from dandruff, the liair soft, plowy aiid l.wiutiful. It is everywhrro lined wi'.h Kreat Mttisfnctiuii. Kvery bottle i« warranted and luouvy rufnudftl if not satisfactory. i'l'LlEB.Flxcn k FI'LLER, Wholesale ApehtsChicago. Loris DSRTOX,Jr., ivner:tl Ajmit, Mcllregor, Iowa. rOH 8ALZ3. The property known as tho White Zpriag* Watef injf plHco with (ievi-n luts: buildings well suited fur I,Jtel l»"rptses, large l«amn, gr.uirics and 48 teet of open slii-d with rack a'ld manger Out entirv length, belong to the premises. A large column of watar fl"ws into a tauk at the door making it one of live beM wateringplaceK weht of McGregor, afcd the molt durable hotel property west of the Misrjpyippi river. -Also twenty scv. u acres of Jund situated on the Oarnuvillo ro:td miles Ironi MrtJregor. It is all level land, well watered and cuuld be luado a goo4 democratic location. One hiindi-cd and sixty acres of land lying 4 i miles east of Elkadcr: good farming land, mostly tiui her, with good running water. Hy residence in the city of McGregor including three lot*". The house in a good one and w«ll closed. It has spring water brought to the door l-jr pipes and thence to the Mrcet tor the convenience of watering ti ains. The y :rd is well thaded with nia* black walnut trees. Water runs FXLSB to Oim WHOLESALE DEALERS, 133 South Water Street, .Tourmlof C«m»w#. GROCERIES Sl PROVISIONS. Churcli & Bidwell, (.Successors to HOrKlNS CUVRC1T,) HAVE,at their Grocery a*d PreTisiou Store, ok Main Ftrept. two doors east of the Metropolitan H.Mieo. a lull KMortutt&t of nil kindi nf UKOCKRIKI?, PROVISIONS, Confectioneries, Fruits, die., which they will soli at priiS-s ns Low at the Lowest. 203 Acrct, lying foil* from Mctiregor louarre* of clmico tlirt* tier and the rest second growl limber. There aro 7 Springs a running stream of water, it good road, Two Fine Yonng Orchards commencing to bear, Plumbs. Pears, Cherries, drape* •mil Currants, a Frame House, (irunary and Stoue Spring House. AIHO,40 acres of splendid miles from McGregor, lly laud, three Dwelling Bouse on Ann Street —one of the beet—Is offered at loss than it cost. I am bound to sell: out but want bargains, conic and STOCK MEN LOOK HERE!II offer fur sale my nntire stork of Blooded Aui« miih. Two thorough bred, mammoth Jennies twij •f common stock the Stallion Black Warrior* who stand* at the head for tin- best stook und is »«c ond tu no horse in Claytou County for general pur poses aud the Culebruted Jack Kentucky Monarch, who took the First Preni'inn at the State Fair 1 ai# Inli and two of his colts took First Premiums at th* same fair his stock haw always taken first premiums wherewr exhibited. If this stock is not sobl beforn the next County fair, I will offer the s.irae at public s&lo. JOHN L. DAVIS. MsGrc^or, Iowa, July 20, 1M5. uinGM Facts for the Kitchen and Parlor It Is now a well fettled fact that no Toilet article iu tkU country hat eror won such popularity and uui- vtraal admiratlan among all clautn, as Tebbett's Physiological flair Regenerator. It norrr soili the fturst fabric is delightfully perfumed ia free from all dirty, atlcky aedimcnt and never fails ta restore the Whitest or Grayest liair, to its original color and beauty. Yet it is not a dye,bnt an actual KESTOK A TITE. It often produces a luxuriant growth nf now AIiXi an# no tax! Will sell any part or all of th* above described property cheap lor caoli or will take in exchange horses and wagons iu part yment for some of the property. Apply to or address Mofiregr.r, Iowa. JAS S. STVRTEVANT. Y O O S an.ocEB.ms, CROCKERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, AXTO Littrou, Of ever/ kind needed by tin dtls*u of «liv *r cewt try FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST RATES AT FRED BENCKS'S Successor to llencke & Bandow, Southeast corner of I'uiilir Square and one door Honth of Bass k El meodwrrN Warehouse, McGregor. Iowa. «5#-l'a.wnger Agent for the liauibnrg American Packet Company. Al»o Ageut for the Celebrated Patent Beer Faucet. 513 W.H. BLACKMBR, Millwright &. Draughtsman. I'laus, SjicciQcations and Estimates made on short notice. Strain and Water Mills built on contract orothei wise to Kuit. Will furnish from the tost Manufacturers all classcs of Mill Machinery—Mill Stones, Spindle*, Curbs, Hoppors, Stands. £hoe«.f)aRwu-|s Ac. Smut and Bran cleaners, Separators, Mill Pecks, Cups aud Ileliing. Dutour A ('o.'s Old Dutch Anchor Bolting Cloth?, I'.xtra ami Kxtra 11 envy Hiid Double Kxtra H»avy. I'alentee of the North Western Turbine, alsoajcnt for the I.KKb Ki. miKRI,. All letters aJdressed to McUregor or Laufing, Iowa. D. JXAMIiIN & CO. M.lVCfACTDKEKB ©P PLAIN AND FANCY (W) CONFECTIONERY, Aid Dealers in Groceries,Green SL Dried f-ruits Mo. 3 Maaanic BlaM^ D. IT. HAMLIN" OEO. L. BASf. )«n McGKSGOK, IOWA. MIU. At XOBTH McGRMOft now in first rute working order, turning out l. to "J# thousand loot n d.iy. Persons wanting anything whateTcr that c»n l)0 made out of hoj s that ia required for building purposes, BOAftM, fUNM CAU he at coin mud a tod by iMvlngor lending to order* tor I E S (Any Length or Thicksets) RAFTERS, JOISTS, STUDDING, WEATHERBOARDING, SHEATHING. Rough or Planed LUMBER, as any b« fie •lred,U«1»tninnileel van* MW (MOMt S 8 & V 9 a s a ON RAIL OR STEAMER, O O A S A I N S I N E S ALWAYS OX BAND, Toauit R-t*il or Wholosale demands. Having on handsome 4'W thousand feet of logs,wecau supply nny order for Dimension Timber ON VERY SHORT NOTICE! Our Stock of LUMBER is Always Full at North McGregor, and at the Branch Tarda of Ouiu, Conover, Decorll and Cresco. Get jronr Carpenter to amlW Mt bill for jm,*»1 weenn fill four wAwinU throajta, including Doors, Sash and Blinds! W. & J. FLEMMUUL KortnMcQrsgor, March 34,'N, Boots & Shoes! A. T. 8c T.O.JONES ATI JUST RECEIVED A TVL LLIKS Off BOOTS AND SHOSS of all grades and description*. BUTTON BOOTS In Serge, Pebble Oowt M4 Pebble Calf. A O A S n Serge, PebbleQoat and Pebble Calf—all price* and varieties. MENS. WOMENS, MISSES I CHfLDRENS MENS CALF BOOTSI SEWED AND PE66E0. We stillcontintt* to kttp ou band the Celebrated i a o o o -ALSO- BROGANS FOR AND BOT8. Particular Attantion haa been paid to the aelection of GOOD GOODS for the Betail Trade, and Merchant* wish ing1 to supply themselves with First Class Goods at priccs Guaranteed to bo AS LOW as can be had east of us freiffht added—will do well to give us a call before looking elsewhere re membering the place, NEW BRICK, next door Sa*t of Barren's. k I k i k i A. T.& T.O. JONBS, MAITUrAOTURB& JOBBERS, AW® RETAIL DBALltt*, McGregor, Iowa. 18as LOUIS BENTON, Jfi.., Succcsaor to Benton Brpi, & Co., Paints, Oils, Glass, Liquors and Cigars. A Fresh and Complete Stock of Uhoice Groceries always on hand. Wholesale Agents for all the Popular Patent Medicines of the Day. Louis Benton* Jr., JTOH3XT HELLWia, THE PIONEER MACHINIST, Has added to his heretofore Complete Aarrangcments in way of Iron-Lathea( Planers, Forges, Engines, and all that go to make a First Class Establishment, A Large, Commodious and Well-Lighted Foundry, and 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 WORKMEN 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 in the West. &t»l B. E. NEWELL & COMPANY, WHOLESALE AND BS1..IL DEALERS IN DRUGS, SCHOOL BOOKS, Paints, Oilss, Glass, Y E S U S PATENT MEDICINES McGregor, Iowa, July 10th, 1867. N E W O O S N E W O O S STROUSE & HOWE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Ba« last Deceived nnd new opening their new stock of Fall und. Winter droodsi Comprising Every Novelty in Dress Goods, Merinos, Alpacas, Cloaks, acquets, Shawls, Blankets, Hosi ery and. 7 ankee Notions. A FVZiIi AND COMPLETE STOCK OF CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, &C. ALL OF WHICH WE OFFER AT THE Slowest Market Price. We invite Dealers from the country to an inspection of our l«arge and Varied Stock, and Compare Prices!!! A. RINGLING, Q& BALF WAT UP MAIN STREET. TUIlXIXfJ OUT SOME OK THE HANDSOMEST well as tlic uiont suLmtautiMl A N E S S tliaJ McGregor citizens or visitors cvtr looked upon ornsfd. None bnt tbe Best Workmen are Employed, AND ONLY TBS 8SST MATERIAL used in Mitnufactur«. For HARNESS, COLLARS, SADDLES, BRIDLES And Repairing of all Kinds» GO TO A. RINGLING, NEARLY OPPOSITE MURRAY HOUSE. McOrefor.Q9t.lt 1M7. 673 WHOLESALE DEALER IN 623 P« t|e Square, McGREGOR, IOWA. MACHINE SHOP AND FOUNDRY! GROCERIES AND AO., *«., Mi, &o. U S PV Wines and Xiiquors For MEDICINAL PURPOSES. —, 'JH u I.IAV 11: wXlC ON: FA^fcO^V :?Vl .i-» AiTcTrixiT's^FifT ism: !2* tL E. NEWELL. (561) J. A. IZArVZ&GE. WAGON MAKING BXiACKSZVXXTHXXVG I llll£ I liice fi/r ^uod in,ik is at Ijo BRICK SHOI», Oil Mwn 8troet, McOn-nr, I.,»u. I have on Itua4 and am con*tautly tn^uutactuiing WAGONS. CARRIAGES, SLEIGHS, BUGGIES, «C.F from tin- v-i y bi-.-l materi ils. 11 nl will in.ikc to onler 7«,r-V"t.vle of Wi.if.ju or (\cri iiipi- .li-ein-d, 011 tliu I hli'jrli si hi.!ii i•11i jii 11 j•• i.fgt manner. BLACKSMITHING itllitsbranches,p«r f"l'll|.-'l IU 11.1. l:,, lii.nj, ,| lo, aiid ,r. REPAIRING ot a,'nii.^, Cai riafri n, Farm T.x.U, .v. .. |.||_v ii.-i.t)_• ,l,„i.-. I l.avcM.ur oliafci'ij t^r [i ,i :ilt-c In- to us.' tliu .-l.•!i:it.1 PATENT THIMBLE SKEINS BABBITED AXLE BOX, A trood tiling tlie Ix-ht ever invented. Wit^uns fur* I nihlic-d with tin's.- lliixidiin wit la mic third ic.ss fric» tioii, and ol conix' ou'j third *-aMW tl.au w I other axlf k'V. i 11 vr-iit. d. C..ii.v .,nd itliany sm' th.'in. All Work Warranted to Give Satisfaction* CHRISTIAN BLOEOEL, BRICK SHOP, Maiu St.i McGrf^or, Iowa. 506 EYE and EAR I Pnotorn Mason A Whitney, Oculi»t* and Auriuts, Prairie iln t'liien, iHcuitsin. We tr«?:t succosHfully fjroiiiiliu liils ami all tho*e worst form ol hronic ili«"asrv ol the "'jo. W.i op.'rati1 for cntarart and ci'»hh-(.V.'. (.'hronic dii. harg' of tlio far and .l.-af IICM. from any cau.SH will receive careful ttention.— I'ati.'iitx from abroad will lind yood hoard coriN«j,icut tu til* eOee, QOci Itoon from U a. ill, 610 43d Parallel! S. EGBERT, AN OLD-TIMK 1 KUCIIANT, has rosulBed b«sl nessnt JiO N ON A, in the line of DRUGS AND MEDICINES endaiJit OtU 'i" irlicUsUoiit in such in estaldishmcnt. Patent Medicines, MINTS,: OILS1 LAMPS, SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, PERFUMERI, ALBTTIS, CARD CASES. 4C.,*C.,4C., At Preos Below Competition. DU.IIICK'3 O.HceisIn tliestore. He will prescribe for tho.io who wish, and will attend to eases on mil. The patronage of a store of this kind will result in great bunoBt to Monona and thesurronndlngcountry. IlavIiiptrocBived the appolntmpnt of Notary Pnl.llc f®r MononnTownslilp, I am prt'iiarod to ccrtifyull If^alpapersaccording to law. SILAS EGBERT. BIOXOXA.Marcfa 23, '68. ,697 SEELY & SHAW, At north McGrcgor* ANNOUNCE to the public and pnrticnlnrlyto the people along the line of the McOregor Western RtillM-ay.and tliose odjaccnt to its sl«tloM,tkfcUkejr are wellstocked up ia Lumbel*! Lath, Shingles^ Aad«a otiMv Building Sfiaterials In fho Timber Lift. Ilavinprpcentlyestal.lislied n PlaningMill inilS.isli Doorand Ulind Manufactory, they can fiirnisliciistom erK witli whatever may be required in flnisliinga hotiso such as Matched Flooring, Siding, Doers. Window Sash, Blinds, &c., &c. Atnto tUA Will be Satisfactory. Call nt the Levee,above Freight and I'assengei Dej-ot .North McGreyur, for any article of wooduiiuia toriulre^uiicUiu building. 477 Seely 6c Shaw. WALTER & BRO., WUOLUSALE RETAIL DEALERS IN ALL 2II7DS Or Parlor, Chamber and Common FURNITURE! ALL SIZES Of METAUC BURIAL CASES ALWAYS ON HAND. Defy all Competition IB our lino. Onr only mottoi tQUICK aL£S SMALL FilOHTrf. :-7i Call and be Convinced. AMD MAT. McKINNIE, Dealer in STOVES AND TINWARE. AGENT FOR P. P. STEWART STOVE. Oash for Hag's and Copper* 0U3 German Lumber Yard. Stauer & Daubenberger, Dealers in Lumber, Timber, Lath, Shingles, Doors, Sash and Blinds. WE SUPPLY CITY AND COUNTRY TRADE ON THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS. HAVKiui.|.icti..iiubly Hi- lar^st sto.-k of Sash, l-"ir« tii.l Itliiiils ev.-r krpt in the wett—every style and form to unit any I'liiMinu' that can lieeroet »s.o«rKutii« ONLY LUMBER YARD th-nonb airfe ol niAin Street.McljKEliOIt. luH'A. 4S4 ASRAVS SMITH 6l CO., Storage, Forwarding and COMMISSION MERCHANTS Proprielorrof the Ziargest Slevator Warehouse At the termlniu aud connected with th* Milwaukee & Mississippi and the Mil. waukee, Watcrtown & Baraboo Valley Railroads. Alll)ropert.vtraiisl('[irilfriiu earn to boat* without r*t«xe. 49* Liberal advances madron ccvslgninrBta Uiloaukev, tiy sliipmi'Ltb to U.««tcru .M»'kcts. N E W U S I O AND !NEW BOOKS! 650 PIECES OF NEW SHEET MUSIC AND A LARGE LOT OF FINE Italian Violin, Violincello, and Guitar Strings, JUST RECKIVKD, AT J. H. HAIGHT'S O O K AND MUSIC STORE, Sign of the I O O K 7VB1ZC SQUARE. Also an 4fee frublicAtiOAS. OVER 250 VOLUMES OF NEW BOOKS! PNB all fhi Principal Publisher* in the United States. Sold at Publisher! prices. JOHN H. HAIGHT. T. W. WOOD Has Removed to the next door West of E. R. Barrons, and is ready to fill Or dcra, WHOLESALE or RETAIL, in DRUGS PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, Medicinal Wines and Liquors. HOOKS, STATIONERY and WALL PAFSR. Cash Orders from the Country Filled at the Lowest Rates. PARTICULAR ATTENTION Given to Compounding' Prescriptions. T. W. WOOD. Mc()REGGR,OWA.l«e.25.'C7. C?4 I I A N S O U E N LAKE SHORTR. R. LINE. VIA Toledo and Cleveland. The Only Direct Route to Clevel'nd, Erie, Dunk'k, Buffalo and ail principal points in NEW YORK AND NEW ENGLAND. V i.h Tin ritixch'ai. RAI.WAYS OK Tin. .Ncu^111mot ami S'litlnvcrl Connrct nt Clit- cngo wi tin- Four Kailv Kx|r.-fS Trains on the MlCIlIliAN SUl'llltliN HA11.UOAI). The most ELEGANT DRAWING ROCM COACHES Ivor put upon a Kttilwny in this conniry, ar(- fn M6t upon this line, one of which will leavu Chicago on Day Kxpress at 7:00 A. M., rniininp through to Cleve land without than} .-. The Drawing I'.-om Couches, SlecpiiiK Coarhe#, iihd l)ny Courhcs of tliit-line, lire Utisiir|iaKcil liy any liailwav line in thiit eountrv.— The sux.ot and p.-rlrct track piv. s the a(lvaiit»j "e of qni k time and STKK t'ONNKCTIONP. pahsencers for DKTKOIT, and all points in CAN A 1)A. and those for OHIO, I'KNXKYLYAMA, NKW YOKK ami XKW KN'iiI.ANI hhoiild piiri hasc tickets via SIICHIC.AN SOTilllOHN ItAIhMAV, Vvhich aro on sale at all principal ItaiUva.i Ticket Ollices. a nil at lie Compa tty'B Ollices, Mo. 50 Clark Stmt, Chicago. F. E. MORSE, Gen'l Pats. Ag't, Chicago. 6E0. M. GRAY, AEN'NRTSFNI'ASS.AG IM.S.AL.S. Line, Chicago. 5.17 THE MAN OF LETTERS. If you should wish a plnre to 0, Whose goods in L-rgance AH ofhffR.and where lion es U may 1) jM-ti'l is practiced well Without an l.nast, i ll rfiow U wl.' i i- that N I) olitaiiicd can B, Ami tu whose styles jour form will O P-Q-li-K Krace and niaj-S 'J' For the Western Kmpuritiiii can ploafeallll, Aud ly low pi ices, charui the V Men's Youth's and Boy's Spring and Summer CLOTHING! A FINE ASSORTMENT OF Choice New Goods Ready-made, equal in style, fit and work. A choice seluctioh of AT PRICES LOWER THAN THE LOWEST ELSEWHERE I respcctfull}- roiinrst all examination of mj-stork Ami your patronage alid the f'icts herein stated will he demonstrated to your satisfaction. ABRZMt. KOHN, No. 1 Fox ltl'»ck. Main & GARRETT'S Vegetable *ST RESTORATIVE HAIR n ss l»y I he N. I!. Htute I'nir fti)d i* ni^w cunrcilcd tbr JlMIc IU be the very I est I'rr'iMiruttuit for Ui-bturiug Gray or fa-1 lluir 1) Um orij'inul colort It.1 :r«»u ib, crudiriktlng liu mors iiiul limuiruil, ami for Inching aut licumiiNiu^' the llrir. /Co luc« nut iroin i Oruif he tuif't fubric, Auti the CM AN, /.VN Uio liair ftuti oLobal J. R. BARRETT & CO., Proprietor, HASCUt-STEH, N. n. LORD A SMITH, CHICAGO, OMeral Agenta for the Northwestern Bteto en icAi i, M. E. NEWELL & CO,, Wdol osale nod Retail A» ctt MvGi»g»f. 676 O. Bummerfield JOBHSR or READY-MADE CLOTHISW OLOTBI, A S S I E E S VESTING S, Gents' Furnishing Goofla, 191 Lake St.y ]H The Last Success, IMPROVED PRRESTO^ft HAIRDRESSING! y U fnoweBojjfc will quickly restore Gray Hair to its natural color and beauty, And produce luxuriant growth. It Is perfectly harmless, and is preferred over every other preparation by those who have a fine head of hair, as well as those who wish to restore it. The beautiful gloss and perfumtf imparted to the Hair male it desirable for old and young. For Sale by all Druggists. DEPOT, 108 GREENWICH ST., N. Y PBI&ONEDGDL^R. E E A I Sewing Machine Is the latest improved isacblncin the market also the most simple And ul sluutiHl.as well as ornumcn tal fliuidc machine, iu use, heirg free Iri Cogs and Springy and with fe^Ver cams than any other. Is adapted to all kinds of Family II make to custom GOODS IN THE PIECE WHICH WILL BE MADE TO ORDER AT THE Lowest Cash Prices. JL LARGE STOCK OF GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS! a s a n a s Trunks and Valises, Seeing, from tiiiftit m.iflins and lace, to sereral thlckne— heavy cloth. It Mill Hem any widtl% Fell, Gather, the' Ruffle. Cord. BRAID ORNAMENTALLY, Slnd. Tuck. &c.. &c. It sews through all thevaiyinj thiclindtEcp of a |rarniri:t with ri iuil (iiuta\ot ttiti li. aid without tliui'ifp or lu'jiisimeiit. The setting ot the Kr.iile ml K milatii ol 'J it ii ii ot the Tin«.ids are txco tn^ly elmjili', rrqnirinp in IIM- only MM II instructi us ma.v lie ol.taini fri iii the printed directions that .'ompaiiy eac1* Mi.chine. EUERVr.1ACHIP EF.UKS PERFECTS an ("without ^ii-nt'ietable noise. Wefittitealtenlita' to the t'aci that the Claim for Superiority of the Leavitt Sowing Machino over every other Machinet Is linfrd priiici} ally upon its extreme simplicity, dur aldlily and capacity tor all grades of sew ing, whethrr li.M i.r heav and the fact that it is not ut ull liable to pet out of Miler. The attachment Including Tuck ilesttirt, Blarkrr, Corder and Hinder, arfe of the latest and tnoti Jirured ]iatteiu. Everv Machine Warranted for THREE YEARS. NORTON BEO'S, Gen. N. W. iJgtatrj. 99 Washinton St, Chicago BIBS. H. M. TOSD McGregor, Xofrs*. Ladicsi tahc Particular Ifotice* The Real Velpau Female Pills 6 WARFANTED FRENCH. These Pills, so cele tare ted many years a(:4 to l'aris, for the relist' of female iiregularities, and altrrwniiIn for their criminal employment iu the practice of aliof ti. ii, are now offered fol sale for the ItrKt time in Woiiih. W ti'iu.or America. They have been kept in compara tive obscurity from the Act that the originator, Pr. Velpuu, is a li.\Mi iiin il» Vai ls,of rial wealth. and strict (Ohscienth n« prii clples. ami ha with held them from (:ereral use. let! they .-horilrl tie rhi(Jf".Ted lo^ unlaw till ].iil|i l-i. In overcehiinir Female (^l i-tlin ti n. Falling-of the hitis. Ui-een .'iiUnefh. Kiij |.|. ffi. n. Iteten- 1 in tu rate w of the Monthly I 'ir liargrs. Reivonx and spinal Afiertions, l'aiii* in ihe Itnck ep«l Jjliiil-s, Fatigue on exeiiions. l'a11.i 1 ntj-i ll :ii t, Il vi-1 Ai-. mlid u ill IVi it i ine wlnliuli Ol-ier means have failed and. alll:oii( a ,po»»-rtlil r#medv, do not contain calomel, antimony, or any, tbinv' hurtlul to th .i:ti1111 i(11. To Miarried Imlies and yonng pills who have rfvrr iH'i-n i emulated, tjrey are peculiarly snii»d. They ill a short time, hiiig on the ihotillily period with iilaiity. C.W floN.— Slurried Ladies should never take th«m iH.' i lieie is ni'V reason to helieve tin ll'selves )r*g« tlant. for they will he Hire p'i (luce a in it- niriypp. I.mlies can proci'ic a hex. mmIhI tutu thieves of th" eiirious. Iy eiuloiiitr lie dollar, slid t-ix stage Hump" to M. W. MACOMUMt, tteneiul Areiit lor Cnili'.l Plates and Canada*, ut All aoy, N-Y., crt» anv aothoii/i At" nt. IIUUNIIAM A VAN £011A A K, Chicago, )W»ofr, Wholesale Aleuts U.K. NEWKI.L CO., lIcGrrfor Iowa, and hy Drugcisli, tei here.