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McGREGOR, OCT. 1, 1*G*. FOR PUESlbE.'JT, OUATZO SBtMOfft. OV NEW VOtt\. FOR MCK PRESIDENT. oasr* r. r. blaih, O¥ MISSOURI. •TATUr UBIIOCRATIC TICKET. For 8ecr*t«rv of tlata. KOK I A V 11) IIA It Rv Clayton County. Tor Register of Land Office. A. V. ANDERSON, Imbuque County. ^P*r State Treasurer, I.4WRP.NCE McCAIlfl!, Woodbury County. tor Auditor of Ptate, HARVEY DUNI/AVSY, 1, Paris County. Attorney Geaetafl, J. K. HviLLIAMSO^V '"•Warren County. PRESIDENTIAL. El.KCTdRs! For the Stato at Large. THOM AS W. CLAOGETT, of Lee Coim1 MARTIN V. B. BENNETT, of Mai ion CouSSty Por Congressional Districts jrirnt—M M. Wlackntoie, of Jefferson county. ftecond-^J. K. Wallace, of Muscatine entity. Third—J.T. Stonenian. of Clayton county, punrth—C. II. Mackey, of Keokuk county. Fifth—1. IK Harris, of Gutljric county." Bixtb—TbowesSargcnt, of Webster county. Por CoDgreas, 3d District, WijLLIAM MILLS, of Dubuque. COCSTVTICKET. For Clerk District Court, A. W. PAUGllERTY. For Rocorder, DR. PAUL STOCK FELDT. •lections. They do not seare'iifT a bit." In '04, He rads. in Indiana had 20,189 in $iiio, 59,586 in Pennsylvania, 20,075. In all, they counted in the three States nr.nied, 100.850 majority.— Now they claim less than twenty-five for fcave been held in 18C8, run the same way. Next week we will give si report, showing .filets from Greeley's Almanac, that the 4ds., are already beaten at the November flees. Tho noise they make, tells the ilory. The withdrawal of Seymour & Blair," 60 Z/e-ingly and so industriously ,:4|rculated by the tel-Zie-graph chaps of the fidical party, gives notice of the fear-that igitates those who rejoice at the report. .Our confidence in thc sense of our country- Wcn is more than confirmed when they ttducc a majority of One Hundred Thous and down to less than twenty-five Ibousand in a three-state vote of nearly a Biiliion and a half. How many Congress men hpve wo gained In the next two weeks we will u of a line of Railway through the undevel oped portion of Northern Iowa, from some point on tho McGregor Western Railway, running directly West to the Missouri Hirer. Their efforts at that time to secflre thc desired point were only partially success' ful, and therefore thc company were not warranted in attemptiug to costruct the Road beyond the Cedar River, to which point, or St. Charles, it was p:it under contract in Sept. last, since which time a force of nearly one thousand men have been at work, it being the purpose of thc Company to complete thc grade over this part of the lino before winter sets in, with a view of having tho cars running to St. Charles, in time to market thc next year's products of the Cedar Valley, in thc eity of Milwaukee. To our mind, ihW Li one of £He most important Rail Road projects yet attemp ted in the North West, and we trust that the Representatives of the people, both in tur State Legislature and in Congress, will do all in their power, consistent with the public good, to promote the early ex tension of this work, and its completion, at an early day, its proposed terminus on the Missouri River. We understand that it is the purpose of tho McGregor and Sioux City lt'y Co., which, we may here remark, is substan tially tho same as the Milwaukee and St. Paul ll'y Co., whose President is Alexan der Mitchell, We are not very m'ueh in thc habit of Bestowing unmerited compliments in these columns, either on individuals or corpora tions, but we can not forbear to express our gratification at tho quiet but determ ined energy with which Mr. Mitchell has developed the Railway system of thc Northwest since his acceptance of the Presidency of the M. & St. P. R. li'y Cx and, we, here at McGregor, as well as the people throughout all northern Iowa, feel that to him we are mainly indebted for the reasonable prospects of direct commu nication with the Missouri river and we trust that in his efforts to prosecute this work, Mr. Mitchell will be supported, as we have no doubt he will be, by the unit ed influence of every person, both in Con gress and out of Congress, who takes pride in the growth and development of this Northwestern Country of ours. With this work completed to thc Mis souri River there will be an unbroken line »f naorly "500 •miles running west frsm .Milwaukee, over which the products of Wisconsin, Northern Iowa, itnd a large part of Mihuosota, together with the vast trade of the op.per Missouri, extending' to the foot of the Rocky Mountains, will pass U) £er market, to say nothing of thc 'immence amount ^f merchandise from the ^Eust— frost the markets of New York and "Boston—and the traffic of the intermediate cities that will be forwarded over the same route. The completion of this work will retain to Milwaukee her ascendancy as thc great grain market of the West. Hence we assume that the people of that city 'must feel a profound interest in the suc cess of the enterprise. Col. Lewis A. Thomas, the Independent candidate for Congress has lately addres sed the pecple at Charles City and Osage. ?The Bowan and Intelligencer Bpeak of him |n flattering terms.—Felt vC Nashua. Count)' Fnlr. In our paper of this week will be seen ft hurriedly made up account of our Fair. It wa9 reported too Into ior the X. I. Times and the Okader Journal. The Xeics got it lirst ar,d we copy its print. Below we give a letter front Jtfia, thousand. How. much gain is there tbem? All the Statea in which elections Sheep and swine were well represented, settle your hash." McGregor and Sioux City Railway. Our readers may remember that wo call ed their attention last winter to thc efforts t|f the McGregor and Sioux City ll'y. Co., both in our state Legislature and in Congress, to secure such aid as would war rant them in undertaking the construction Charley Times:—Tho Xftrs perhaps was wport at that time. The Premiums are as near corrcct as I could, with thc assistance of Mr. Beach of Oarravillo, make them from the reports of tho'Committee. Tho '"remarks" of Committees were not added, for the rcar.on that not any of them had attached any to their repovt. The re marks on class 21 and 22 were my owr. The exhibition in all, is conceded to lo equal to any heretofore held in tho county, in many roej-ects it excelled tho late State l?air. Tho display of road and farm horses was large, very fine specimens of both classes on the ground. The show of brood mares and young horses was largely in advance of anything before exhibited in our coun ty fair, showing that our farmers aro aVrake to their interest in this branch of •tock raising. A number of matched and -draft teams were on tho ground. The eliow of "Fast"' horses was good, but not Icrge, owing to tho Directors of thc Socie ty not offering inducements to owners of this class of btock to bring them out. Jacks, jennies and'utile* were•%rtil"ttprc sented. jJIe.-srs. Hamilton, Henry cr.d Sherman aro deserving of praiso for their display of cattle in each of thc several classes, the show being larger than any former j'Oar. the "Chesters" of C. F. llall being ahead of any imported from Illinois or elsewhere. "Doc" Malone, Roberts and others were on the ground with n line display of Farm Machinery. The display of '"Farm Pro ducts" was Actually a credit to this Agri cultural community over 100 entries were made in this class a large number of specimens of the several kinds of grain. One exhibitor had 13 varieties of potatoes, another 11, and another 7. Garden truck was piled up until the hall had the ap pearance of a vegetablo market instead of a county fair. In Pantry stores there was a fine display: flour, butter, checse, bread, jellies, etc., were tested until thc tasting committee gave out and had to get Assistence. In fruits, grapes, etc., Grinnell, Lovett and Parker proved that Fruit cul ture is not a failure in the county. Some fine woolen goods were exhibited by Otis & Co., of Elk Township. Some home made woolen goods by Mrs. D. II. Ilutchins and others. In fancy articles, Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. Malone, Mrs. Williver and others proved that there is no lack of ingenuity in our lady exhibitors. Seul» ture, Armstrong & Knight took thc pre mium. The k,Ncws Co.," had a fine dis play of card ond other printing. Jo. Eiboeck took thc premium on newspaper printing. Tho attendance was not as large as last year, owing to tho unfavorablcncss of the weather. Yours, &c.. C. WATKINS, Sec. TiUC.—What, in the n»me of Common Sense, do men come into a printing office to tell of their troubles with women their political difficulties their manufacturing interests their machinery: their pat. right business: their "views" of the political situation their bets on election the annexation of Texas thc style i bonnets thc price of cattle, next year the specu lations of Geo. Francis Train? Is there any sense in such nonsense? We respect fully request people who call at this office to state their business, nnd leave as soon as possible. If "talking" is your busi ness, yon will oblige by inviting us to places whero writing is not required. Virginia has given almost as many pres idents to thc republic as all the other states. The men whom she thus furnished were noted for their wisdom, dignity, and Clis of Milwaukee, a gentleman known to the entire North W est, for his financial ability and sound business quali fications, to make application at an early day, for such Land Grant as will en able them to resume the work beyond the Cedar as soon as possible, and push it to final completion. iatriotism. No one of them ever disgraced position by prostituting it to sectional purposes. No one of them wa^ ever a blackguard or a drunkard. None of them was ever the tool of a partisan ring and under all ol them the country prospered in wealth, in liberty, and in the consider ation of other nations. By the enactment of a partisan legisla ture, the 8tate which has so benefitted the country is allowed no voice in the presi dential election. Thc proscription is one that reflects no discredit upon the state at which it is directed. It is a strong argu ment, both of the abominable character of radicalism and of the patriotism of Vir ginia, that th® latter is inhibited by the former from voting at the coming election. The same principle applies in ease ol the southern states, in which intelligence and property are disfranchised, and the work of president-making is committed to the hands of ignorant negroes. Disfran chisement, under tho radical rcyiuic, is, and should always be, regarded as a com pliment of thc highest character. 1 1 mm Mi'RDEit ov a Woman.—Wc arc inform ed by a gentleman connected with the Hani balnnd St. Joseph Railroad, that a horiible murder was committed last week about four miles wc*t of Lebanon, and along the line of the road. The dead body of Mrs. Rirkcndall, wifj of David Kirkcndall, was found in a well, close to her house, last Saturday morning. It seems that thc horrible deed was con,J mitted with un ax. A lacerated wound ol about one and a half inches in length ap pears in thc back part of the head, driv ing in about that length and one fourth inch it? width of thc «kull. The forehead and eyes are badly beaten with the pole of the ax. The body was afterward thrown in thc well for concealment. The rest of the family, consisting of David Kirkcndall and his two sons, together with the daughter, have been arrested, in accor dance with the verdict -of-the-Coroner's jury, and are now undergoing a prelimi nary examination.—St. Joseph (Mo. )Her ald. The groat Sir Francis Bacon turns out to bave been a scurvy copperhead. Here is what ho said of people like Grant: "Silence is^thc virtue of a fool. And therefore it was well said to a man that wou'.d not speak, 'If you am wise you are a fool if you are a fool, you are wise."' i Bacon wm evidently a disloyalist m4 a traitor. During a recent severe thunderstorm in Morgantown.Keutucky,after an flash of lightening, the likeness of a alanthus tree shading a window before which a young lady was standing, was impressed upon the girl'a boscm, where it still lcmains plainly visible. Epinrofial Convention. Ni:\v Watkins the able and industrious Secretary. National, Iowa,Oct. 10, 1S68. just in its remarks en the report of the fair la-t week, claiming that the 1 i^t of! jty in divine serviee in all our churches, premiums "incomplete," etc. Ocina to and tend to renew and preserve that sim tfio lair not closing until Saturday, p. ni., I was unable to makc-n more extended York, Oct. 12. In the Protestant Episcopal convention to-dnv JiiJ^e John Coynyhatn, of l'n., pre sented ft memorial on the subject of ritual istic innovations, manifestly on the increase, on the j.resoribed ritual of our church, and of all acts, intentional postures, unueeiist-i onied garments, personal or church decor- i ationtifand all conduct in the celebration plicitv and absence of unnecessary eerc- monial, which the early Protestant Epis- of divine worship which tend to make some Gen. Prim at Madrid, but failed A des reseniblance to that of thc church of Rome, perado named JJill Porter was shot and and finally praying that canons lie passed which shall establish and enforce tniifbrm- copal church in this coquiry fcouitht to1 obtain. Jud^n C. had prepared- a canon for consideration ns follows: See. 1. No ministerial vestments shall be worn during worship or when presont at, or officiating in any rite or ceremony of this church, excepting surplice, state bands or gowns, which shall bo used as hereto fore and accustomed on all regular occa sions of worship, and at tho discretion of tho minestcr may be used at rites and ceremonies, and no eceleastical vestments shall bo worn on occasions of divine wor ship or church ceremonies by choirs or other assistants therein provided This section shall not bo construed to relate to Episcopal vestment. Sec. 2. Candlesticks, Crucifix or super altars so-called, made of wood or metal, or other substance?, shall not be used or suf icred to stand or hangoverany communion table as part of the furnitura or decoration thereof. Sec. 3. Bowing at the name of Jesus, excepting in repeating the creed, leaning or bowing toward tho communion table, except so far as may be enjoined by the rubric, making thc sign of the crosscxccpt in babtisni. Thc elevation of either of the elements during holy communion at ablutions of communicants of others: processional sing ing in church, except as provided by the rubrics, and the use of incense in and dur ing the conducting of divine servico are all declared unlawful* Thc memorials and the proposed canon were referred to the committee oc canons. Bnsiuciii The Waverly Xetcs •brick'' y. We like it. is considerably Here are two of its editorials in tho last issue. Our rea ders will not imagine there is any person al design in the publicaiion. Of coarse not! Wc give the email article first: For the last three months, nearly every week, some one, two or three of our rea ders would Etop us on thc street to tell us how well the}' liked such a lender. We usually gave credit for one half of the praise to blarney, and thc other half to thc fact that the subjcct suited thc peculiar views of thc person who praised it. We find that we are just lis frail as they ore. We have the leader this week which we think tho best—the best because it is full of truth. Who can withstand thc "Al mighty power of Truth V*' We commend the leader to the careful consideration of all. Here is the leader to which attention is so respectfully called: Ol.'R ClKCl'LATION. obliged to add another lation this week. It is now as large as wc can conveniently work. Wc do not desire to increase the number, but would accept a few cash paying subscribers in place of some delinquents. Wc shall insist on de linquents paying up arrearages. We know our paper is well liked for we do not believe there is a paper in the State so ex tensively stolen or read in the country post offices as ours. When the paper was first started, of diminutive size aud poor type, many persons paid a year or more in advance, and would have undoubtedly been without the psper half thc year, if wc had not purchased the new type. Af ter supplying the year we expected to hear from them, cither to stop the paper or fur nish some assistance to run it Wo know most of thc parties to be responsible, but that is not the question. We have over six hundred responsible subscribers on our list, who arc taking the paper on credit and leaving us to lie dunned to our threat discomfort. Is this the way to sustain a country paper Is this the way to encour age a "greenhorn" editor to continue in the business. Wc are willing to comparo our circulation and advertising list with any back country paper of the size in the -We have been quire to our cirea- State. Jf subscribers cannot come to town, it is very little trouble to enelo e one, two, or three dollars, or send it by a friend. We have credited pretty extensively, and business courtesy requires that the com pliment should be reciprocated, and send pay for three or six months in advance— that is all we ask. Taxation.—The Tee Radical speakers and presses assert that "no mechanic or farmer of modern means is now taxed for national purposes. They never sec the tax-gatherer, etc." To which the Roch ester Union makes the following rej ly. "The Journal is correct in s-iying that the incnof moderate means—thc mechanic the farmer and the laborer, the ninety-nine out of the hundred, "never see the nation al tax-gatherer*" But they J'eel him— feel him—FEEL him, every step they take, every breath they draw, every mo ment they live. He is omnipresent. He is in every fibre of thc clothes upon thc back of the poorest man who lives he is in every morsel of food he cats, and he follows it down his throat and the last use made of it: he is with him everywhere, at all times, und unseen but not unfelt, he takes a tithe from every dollar when lie earns it, and every dollar when he dispur ses it. And when the poor die, the na tional tax-gatherer makes his parting levy upon the very habiliments of the grave. It is from this unseen taxation upon thc masses of the people who never see the tax-gatherer that the Federal Government derives the great bulk of its revenue. It is from this unseen taxation that thc horde of thieves in office steal the money of the people to enrich themselves. is from this unseen taxation that Jay Cooko ha*, made himsslf a millionaire by passing U. S. bonds through his office. Pim ,ic 1'kbt.—Man with large sums of gold soliloquises "Next Monday my property is to bc as sessed. I have on hand £20,000 in gold. 1 canuot pay taxes on all that, yet I don't want to swear that 1 have less. Let's sec how am 1 to manage it Ah! 1 have it now and he walks rapidly down to the Third National Bank. "Good morning, Mr. A and the smooth-faced cashier is all in smiles, for he knows who Mr. A. is. "Well, I thank you C," returns the aris tocratic A. "Have you any 7-30's on hand?" •'O, yes," responds C. "how »any/vrill you have /, "Well (calculating) the matter of £19, 000, or so. The fact is, C., 1 want to re port to the assessor, Monday, and I want to get rid of my yellow boys for a few days. These taxes aro devilish high, and 1 don't feel like paying the Government taxes when I can avoid it. These poor devil* that are toiling in our machine shops, on our streets, or tilling the soil, will do that for me." "So much, my boy," patting Mr. C. on thc shoulder, "for having a good radical government." lloorah lor Grant and Colfax !—Kans&t City Advertiser. Outside Autumn.wish some body'd come Black mailing Josh Iilling8......Ship Canal National Dcb\ Tribune on Grant......A Man with two hearts Promising to marry......Miscel laneous. News ana ltema. Mr. Cyrus Field is en route for New York Gen. Prim l.as been brevetted Marshal of Spain The reports ore far* orable from the sugar crops in CiiTjci The number of deaths in Now York durifg thc wfiek wajJ 42( u ig re rtcd 1 thnt ftn "Kempt was made to assassinate killed by one Carline, at Memphis, on the 17th Goodycar's carriage factory at New llaven was damaged by fire Sunday morning. Loss £30,000 The wifo Bi who was mtjr dered at Mem- phis, on tho 17th, died instantly on hearing of his death A coutract for removing the Frying Pan and Pot Rocks in Hell Gate, East river, has'been let for thc sum of $38,000 Mr. D. II. Kctchum has received the appointment of inspector of tobacco and cigars for the sixth Wisconsin district The Prussian Government will await the "devclopement of affairs" before recognizing the Provisional Junta ofSpain There is a report that some American and European capitalists aro about to lay a cable direct from New York to Belgium.. ...Prince Alfred of Englandf!) and Ferdi nando of Portugal are talked of in connect ion with the succession to the Spanish throne The parliamentary election in England is verv bitter. The Libsrals claim that they will have at least 35 maj ority in thc next House of Commons. Mr. Gladstone is stumping actively. Young ladies, it is said, are to drers very plainly for street promenade thM1 winter The best watches, whether bought for cash or not, are always kept on tick The trees are coming out in their old fall fashion A German cler gyman has been fined and imprisoned for calling Bismarck a rascal A company has been formed at Bridgeport for thc manufacture of a new kind of screw driver Wild Bill Comstoek was killed by Indians in Western Kansas short time since". Mrs. Tieknor, of Chicago, who figured it» n disgraceful divorco case, is reported to have been married Tho engine Pennsylvania, used to push engines on the Reading railroad is the largest locomotive in thc United States. It has twelve driving wheels, nnd weighs over forty-four tons. Sixty thousand gallons of wine will bc made this year in the vicinity of Burling ton Fourteen thousand five hundred and seventy-nine dollars have been paid to tho sufferers by tho earthquake in Peru and Ecuador Horace Greely is contest ing the Fifth New York District against John Morrisscv, for Congress. 0} stars in England sell for §40 per bushel Mrs. Lincoln is to live at Frankfort-on-thc-Maine The champion rat-catcher lives in Montreal Russia advises people not to emigrate to that country, as food is scarce and business dull Mexico has an archbishop and live new bishops, just appointed by tho Pope The iashion in New York this season is said to be to have no grooms men at the weddings The London Standard states that President Johnson has informed Mr. Tlionrton,British Minis ters at Washington, and Mr. Reverdy John son, of his intention to pay a visit to Eng land as soon as his term of office ex piles in March next Sixty Mormons, thc last instalment of five thousand, who have come from Europe this year, lately passed through Chicago, on their way to Utah, '•'lie agent counts on bringing ten thousand or twelve thousand next year The Chi cago Board of Trade has adopted a reso lution 'declaring that any member who hereafter engages in making "corners," shall be expelled from the .board. A Hair Restorative and Dressing has for a twelvemonth been combined in that superior Preparation now widely known as "Barrett's Ilair Restorative." J^ Wiiat the Merchants Sav.—The mer chants everywhere who sell D. B. DeLand &, Co.'s Best Chemical Salerutus, say that no article ever sold gives such universal satisfaction to customers. They like to have customers pleased—especially the ladies. They know it is the "Housewives' Favorite"—that Chemical Saleratus. It is better than Soda. Drs. C. II. & A. 0. Hunt have removed their Dental Office over Church & Bid wells. Gideon Wellks on Radicalism.—In his recent letter to the New York mass meet ing, the secretary of the navy said he was a republican, but—Thc radical element of the republican party which tor the last three years has had control of that organi zation unmindful of the professions of re gard for popular rights and state rights, and of its avowed opposition to federal aggression, has been engaged in greater outrages upon popular rights and state rights, and in a more arbitrary and des potic exercise of fedsrai power, than was tver attempted by "border rulfians," or those who have abused the authority of the government at any former period. A party so false to its professions and to the principles which led to its organi zation, is not deserving of public conli denee. I shall lejoice in its defeat, and in the triumph of those who aro fighting for a restoration of thc union, and a restora tion of the states to their legitimate con stitutions and constitutional rights. Ill AltRlEDi At Lancaster, Wisconsin, October 11th, by Rev. James Sims. Mr. Yau R. Mitlor to Sliss Elizabeth II. Boynton, both of our city. Happiness is Auo both of them if merit is giveu tc the deserving. As thev both know we esteem them it is useless to use words of congratulation. We wi»h theai all the joys tint good senso can bestow and Providence provide. I3I1CI3. Ou Monday night, Oct. 13th, at his residence in Mc Gregor, WM. WATSON,a long-time citizen of this City. The deceased was a rospected acquaintance of ours since lSOti a very industrious man: a kind father to a large family. His age was about 50. Ktr.d words are all the expressions made by his many friends. was born in Devonshire, England, aud was 22 years a citizen of the U. S. "Peace to his nshes" and kind attention to hi? wifo an the flock of little ones is our prayer to the Jcst Ost! BfUtv Advertisements. XKXLXiXNERY AT WORTH McGREGOR. Miss Mattie Selder Will be pleased to see the ladies at her rouinala BSunson's Block. Kxperieuccd herself as a Milliner, Dress Maker, I Bleacher, and ail the qualifications that belong to the trade nhe respectfully asks at.hure of patrouave. Miss Svldrr has several arsistaiits, all of w hem are competent to aid in the ornamentation of the female torui. Plain Sewing, at reasonable prices, done fur UttuU.ro iw5'J7 to let: A SMALL COTTAG K HOWL e For particulars, apply to Mrs. Cob O E I E S FAINTS, OILS, GLASS, W I S E A S IFTTIEtE Wines and Liquors, ALCOEOIv Patent Medicines, MO ENDLESS VARIETtV Fitt« Toilet. Soaps, V Perfumery and Brushes, ALL OF WHICH WE PROPOSE TO SELL JIT PRICES Favorable to all Buyers, m,. WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. Sugars, Coffees, Teas, Syrups, £0-AND FANCY GROCERIES. 11 'Wooden Ware AND A S K S Our DRY GOODS Department Will Ghwd Avenue, te. 2*628 NOTICE Is hereby gi^en that the County Court of Clayton County, Iowa, has set Monday, the 2d day of Novem ber, A. lSOK.tor heal ing prof.I of the last will und testament of WlUiaaa Cartoll, late of said county, deceased. Attest, c. A DEAN, Couuty Judge. Elkadtr, Oct. 6th, lfic*. CONTINUE TO BE IS FORMERLY, PETERSON & LARSON, •27 McGREGOR, IOWA. PREMIUMS Awarded at tlie Annual Exhibition of (lie Clayton Count jr Agricultural Aa •oclatlon, held at Notional, Oct. Ttb, 8tli, Uth nnd 10tbt 1808. Class 1. Beat Pti l'l'vn over 4 year!'. J. L. T)atl«, dj^.. tS 00 ••I Itcat HtiUlion over 4 veuia, 1C. Stow 6 00 Best stallion ovrr 3 years, J. B. I'uUersoti 00 Bost Btallion over 2 years, Henry Froelick 3 00 Class 2—Draft or Farm Stallions. Best ftnUion over 4 ytvirf. A. Nichols, gil beit Ntalli in over 4 yeirn, J.U. Sutcr.... cliillion over 3 years, h'litnk Awr. dlj». Sii lost stallion 3 yrnrs..!. W. I'oivell Heat stullion 2 voir*, Henry Fry fco*t brood mare, A OiU'Iirixt. lip 2d best brood ill:iro, Locot'k lient colt 3 years old, nnu'o -years old, Casper Baker ••1 boft mart? veara old, White .r:». 1 so 1 &0 1 00 l». F. ... 2 00 .... 1».F. .... 2 00 ...A. Ag. .... 1 00 ...A. Ag. A. Ag. liest peltinc colt 2 years old. White, A tJ best fielding colt 2 yearn old. II Fiy.... llest gelding colt 1 year eld, Fnrly W lu*t .1 l.ucoek Ware 1 year old, Sohumaker spring eolt, Casper liaker Farley horaa Herinon Lewis Farley Ciass 4—Matched Team*. Best pair matclicd road liorsos, .1 Roberts 6 00 2d b».«t pair matched read horns. W W Tiitney S 00 Best pair matched team horses, Dickey A Wil liver 6 00 2d best pair matched teiun horses. V DeLoiiner. 3 00 Best pair matched team nutres.M Kinff 6 00 2d best pair matched tenm marep, S Ualhiu 3 00 Best pair matched road mares, W W Tatro 6 00 2d heat pair matched road mures, Livlngood. 3 00 Best pairinatcheu mules, Farley 6 00 Best team, A Pearsall 6 00 Class f)—Draft Teams. Best draft team, Bergman 5 00 2d best draft team, Dan Brownson 3 00 single horses, Bergman 3 00 u mure. Ban Brownson. 3 00 Beat saddle horse, Jas Washburn 3 00 walkinghorse, 1 00 Class 6—Trotting Best trotting team in harness, Dickey k Wil liver 25 00 Stat trotting stalling in harness, Stow 20 00 gelding. Low l'eavy 15 00 Class 7—Jacks and Jennetts. Best .Tack. 0 W Crany Jentiett pair mules, John Shaw 2d best pair ninles. Farley Best pair'J year old mules, Farley. 2d beat pair 2 year old mules, IJ Nichols.. u Class 15—Stcine. Best boar over year old, Hall, dip... 2d best boar over year old. King Best boar under year old, Wm Neil 2d lest boar under year old, S S Tatro Best sow aud pigx, (J Hall do exhibition swine, Hall do mmplo sweet corn, II Iligby 2d do 1o pop do 1' O llattre... do buckw beat, Crawford 2d do do Win Si'lioultl do timothy seed, Kinp £d do do W Lovett do garden seeds, II Iligby Greatest variety potatoes, (irinoll 2d do do do Tatro Best bush potatoes. John Cole 2d best butt it do Farley do tweet do W Lo*ett do turnips, .1 W Powell do beets, Tatro do cabbages. Tatro.... do onions, .1 lriiiell do carrots, S S Tatro do tomatoes, (irinell 8 00 5 00 6 00 3 00 EN Y Class 3—Marcs and Colls. s 00 3 00 8 00 6 00 6 00 3 00 ... 2 00 A. Ag. Class 8—Hulls, Full Blood. Best (bull above 2 years old. Osterdock, dip... 'Jil lu st bull above 2 years old, N Hamilton licut bull calf, Kinv 2d best bull calf, King u oo 3 oo P. I. Class 9—Cove and Calves* Bert cow, King, dip 2d best row, King 8 year old boifiw, 8 King 2d N Hamilton it 2 2d 2 King 1 S King fcl 1 King beifor calf, 3 S King 2d 5 00 3 00 3 00 2 00 2 CO ....R. N. Y. 1. II. ..-.-A. A P. F. 1 II. 3 00 King pen calves exhioition full bloods, King 5 00 Class 10—Natives aud Grades Bulls. Best bull calf, F. -berman P. 2d best bull calf, King A Ag Class 11—Cowsand Heifers. Best cow, S King ..... 2d best cow, N Hamilton ... heifer 3 years old,S Ballou 2 4 a e v 3 00 2 OO 2 00 1 00 i so 1 00 1.11 1 00 P. 1 00 3 00 S N Hamilton 2d 14 S S BHIIou I K Sherman». 24 "1 King belfer calf, Pclialler 2d Farley pon calves, K Sherman ... Class 12—Fat Caltlt, Best fct heifer. S Kin 2 00 do 2 year old steer, King «... P. do 1 do do 1 00 do exhibition cattle, S King 10 00 do pair steers broke to yoke, K Sherman A. Ag Class 13—Fair Wool Sheep. Best merino buck, Farley :... 5 00 2d be^t rio do I) White 2 50 do do ewe do R- N. Y do do lamb do A. A do pen merino ewei do 2 00 Best exhibition merino sheep, Farley 5 00 Class 14—Coarse Wool Sheep. Be«t Leicester buck, Jas Park 5 00 do do ewe do 3 00 do middle wool buck, W Demo 8 00 3 00 N.Y 2 00 Class 17—Farm Muchinery. Beat reaping machine. Robert* 5 09 do combined reaper and mower.J Roberts... 3 00 B-st self raking machine, Roberts 2 00 do combined dropp«r aud mower. II Malone 3 00 Best faulting mill, Dickey fc Williver Class 18 and 19—Farm Implements. Best cast steel plo\v,.T Ilalfncr 2 CO 2d best cast steel plow. iSass Klmetdorf 1 00 Best sulky cultivator, Wm Harvey, dip 1 00 do broadcast seeder and cultivator, W lino, diploma 1 00 Best furni bell, II Ma'nne 100 do do wagon, Blocdell 4 00 do spring do Stoalle 4 00 do open buggy, Dweycr 2 00 do wooil puuip, Kellogg, dip 1 00 Class 20—Only one entry in this class by Frank. Kerzman A cook stove, premium $1 00 CLASS 21—The display in this class was meagre, two v ry nice ornanienliii x"s, premium $2 (O and an extension table by Kellogg, premium $1 00. Morgan awarded, Richmond A. Ag 3 00 5 00 Class 10—Poultry. Best Poland, O Pettet 1 00 do Spanish do «... 1 00 do Cochin China, Jas Washburn 1 00 do Brama, li Robinson 1 00 do o hens of any Cross, W PowMl 1 00 do lot turkeys. A Cortes 1 00 do do ducks". Hobinson 1.11. do do geese, Jas Washburn 2 00 CLASS 22—A splendid chest of carpenter's tools by p.- «ln(jKPs nf IVonlp was the only entry in this clats} *2 00 Class 24—Farm Products. Best whiter wheat, W Lovett do tea do spring, (irinell. 21 best tea do do S llallou............. do fifo do do W Lovett........ do club do do Grinell 2d do do do do W Lovett do oats, Wm Schoults 2d do do d) do barley do 2J do do S Renshaw do corn yellow, King. 2d do do Wm Schoults do do whit* do do do do 3 Grinell $2 00 2 00 1 00 2 00 2 00 1 00 2 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 MARKS. When Ree d. Jail. 18tJ5. April 2.-.IS8I Oct. 1 I. I Sol'.. Jlllv 17. Iiyn .. Feb. to, lWis.. June 2, tsi.l.. June 9, lsi» Ayers, Jacksonville, Iowa. Malfssa A vers, Jacksonville, Itfwa... A Barr-.. Monoaa, Iowa. II ISrueh, MeOregor A Bellinger, Auburn Cbristopherson. Metiregor. •lames uiniiigs. McGregor-.. March l'i, IMS. Yaluoy Duhle. Klkader Dee. 20. 1*7 Damon A 1*. Mefiregor March :1. 1MW W Doerr. Old Mission April IS, 18li7... Win Hill, Havana, 111 lu\ 21. lsiK! Wm Hill April l-i, iMKf... O Huett, Lime Npiings June 21, IsfiS... Hiillin tn & Itro, Mctlregor 1. lwU_.„ lI-UiJ|aii. Monona Dei". 0,1H67 Wm A Kemp. Keoknk, lo............. Sept. 18, ls63...iMraJ Knight. Mitchell, lo. July at. JtetiO A Marsh, McGregor A^rll3,lSU.... A Marsh, McGregor April 3.1805... June 13. ISM.. April t« 1WMV. Morris, McGregor- I. McGregor, McUrewor— W Pane, Algona.To March 17, ISGHi II Palmer. Mctiregor Feb. 20. 1801 WN Palmer, Monona Nov. 17, IH'Ki...: Scbillinger, AHKJregor, 10 JiUl. Hi. t'Vifi K Steller, MfWregor. Oct. 21. 1885 1A Wntiley, Mctiregor. No Date. Jarne.s lluzelett N Cutes, Minnesota Diamond "K" Ascp Baisel, Mctiregor Ba*s & Klniendorf Mary Murray .............. Ibus* Grant... ...... I 00 1 CO 1 00 1 II, A. Ar. 1 uo A. A if. „•... 2 UO ....... 1 00 ....... 1 00 l.II. l.II. 1.11. A. Ac. R.N- Y. 1 II. A. A«. do six pumpkini. Ilutchins I. II. do bean*-, Win Si lunilts I. II. do pole benn-, W Howell*.....I. II. do watermelon!*, II Bills....... «..».«•»• I- do Mju.vihf*. Farley 1 00 do VMriety eqiiNshe*, II Iligby 1 OH do exhibition larm products, (liinaU...... 4 00 do hops, lUley 1 00 do broom corn, llighy 1 00 Class 25—Pantry Storet. llost bbl wheat flour, Grant it- Sturm Washburn do 2 clivvseH, 1) Rusher 2d best do lo Best hop yeast bread, Mrs Dico do sait rising do Mrs S IJ llascn do corn bread, Mrs 3 oo 2 0(1 2iiAbcat do d.i Best sack rye flour flrlnuell do fink corn meal, Grant cf Sturm do jar June butter, Jas Parker do butter made at any time Mrs If Hamilton 2d best jar butter made at any time. O Hall Best jar butter by girl und«r 10, Miss Bertha 2 00 1 00 5 00 3 00 3 00 5 00 3 00 1 II 2 oo 2 00 2 00 1 00 1 11 2 00 II Ilutchins do light biscuit, Mrs S I. llazcn 2d best io Mrs Pice est assortment ot rake, Mrs Dice. 2J do do Mrs Judge Williams, Best assortment jellies, Mis Judge Itodgcrs... OJ (j0 do Mrs John Dice Best assortment preserves, Mrs E Harrington 2d do do Mrs 2 00 A Ag 2 00 A Ag 1 50 A Ag A Ag 2 00 II ltagley, Best assortment picklos,_Mrs Fox do nmple sugar. W Lovett do honey. Mrs Judge Murdock do cane syrup, Miller do maple syrup, Jus Washburn do assortment pies, Mrs Judge Murdock...... Class 20—Fruits. Largest irarioty of apples, Grincll....mwmmm 2d do i do W ljovet|«Hmtw Largest variety fall apples, Orinell....i* do do wititer do do 2d do do do W Lovett Largest do seedling do do .......i. 3 00 1 2 00 2 00 A Ag 2 00 2d do du do Grincll A Ag Best crab apples, .T E Corlett 2 00 2d do W Lovett A Ag Best Concord grape, Mrs S Murdock 2 00 do Fox A Ag Best Delaware grape, Jhs Parker............... 2 00 do Mrs Judge Murdock I II Best Isabella graps, Jas Parker 2 00 do Catawba grape. do 2 00 do gra. es exhibition, do 00 do variety of grapes- do ...R N i do Clinton do II Higby 1 Oq Class 27—Wine. rrt Best Clinton wl no, Mrs Judgo Murdock 2 00 do enrrant do Griuell A Ag 2d do do Mrs Jas Washburn 1 00 Best six varieties grape wine, .1 Patterson... 2 00 do six do native giape wine, Mrs Km ma Yansickle 2 00 Class 28—Textile Fabrics. Beatfieccc fine wool, Farley 2 00 do do coarse wool, I) Ilutohios—.. W. Y do 10 y'ds lull cloth, Otis Co..._ ... 2 00 do do jeans io 1 00 do do flannels do S. A. R. •lo pair blankets do 2 00 Class 29—Household Goods. Best 5 yards rag carpet, Miss E A Drippf. 2 00 2d best 0 yards rag carpel, Mrs V a«hburn 1 00 B. st 5 yai'ds barr. flannel, Mrs 1 II Ilutchins 2 00 2d best*5 yards barred flannel, Mrs K Triinkey, A. Ag. Best yards plain flannel. Mrs I» II llutcninx... 2 CO Best pair woolen blankets, Mrs II lliitcliius... 2 CO llest pail- fine Woolen stockings, Mrs Washburn 1 00 liest pair coarse wooleiistocUings.Mrs CLAugus 1 00 licit woolen mittens, Mrs aslibiim 100 Best berth rug, Mrs 1 Richmond... 2d best do Mrs A'ioodwin do bee' quilt, Mrs K Patterson 2d best do Mrs II in ington... do comfortable, Mrs Ad Hall ...... 2 00 1 00 A. Ag. do domestic shawl, Mrs Young 1 00 do woolen yarn. Mrs Trimkey AiA?" do white flannel, Oo Class SO—Fancy Work. Best skill in machine work,Mrs John bhaw Best embroidery. Mrs John Shaw do variety machine work, Mrs John Shaw do skill in hand sewing by girls under 14 years 2d best skill in hand sewing by fills m.dir 14 years, Maud Kuicry Best specimen tatting. Mis A Tipton............ do leather flow. rs. Mrs Goodwin. ............ do lamp mat, Mrs K Harrington do worsted crochet work. Mis 11 Malone... do cotton embroidery. Mrs Clemens do ottoman cover, Mrs.I iood\vin do specimen worsted work, Mr» Malone... do display i jewelry aud watches, French «fi 1 00 1 CO 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 do sola cushion, Miss Mc.llie Staur Class 31— Flowers. Best collection flowers 10 varieties, Mrs Orpba King I. H. 2 00 1 II. Best floral wreath, MrsG A Goodwin do bound boipiet, Mrs llal! lo costal do do ilo crochet picture frame. Sirs N W Williver... do shell wieath. Mrs N W Williver do agricultuial wreath. Mits Mollie Stauer... Uo twin flowers, Mrs Kmnia Van Sickle Class 32—Sculpture Painting. Landscape in oil, Jcllings Pencil paintings. do Collection of paintings, do Colored photographs, do Display graining, do dip Desvti for life membership C.C. A. S. Jelling* Best specimen ,»eumaiihip, Loisa St John Best millitary monument. Armstrong Knight Best statue, Armstrong Knight She Two PLATFORMS. Demociiatic :—The same kind of money tOF ali clast,es 01 -Opie. Radical:—Gold for Bondholders I Bo* 1 HOT 7.set Fanning Mill Irons, tc I Box 1 Box 1 Keg Paint and 1 ltox l'aint 1 Plow I Corn Planter 1 Keg of Butter 1 Box of Merchandise I Seeder 1 Buggy 1 Box 1 Box of Hooka 1 Bee Hive 1 Box, 1 Cheat, 1 Table. 2 Barrels, 1 Tub, 2 Bdls. Bed Steads U Trunks 1 Box fSnnilries Box Boots and Shoes Il Covered Buggy, 17 Boxes llaMMvarc, 4 Bundles Drawers, Barrel, 1 Show 'aso, 1 Hod a Fountain, It BuiKile.s.Slatta, 9 Chairs, 1 Stand, 2 Crib Bails:, 2 Bureaus, I Boiler. .Ve„ 3 pieces of stovepipe, 1 Saddle, 3 Tables, Kegs. .1 bundles Cans. t! Bed Bails, 4 Bed Knds, 1 Flask, I Box No Mark. ,1 Box Clothing |1 Box .™... 1 Box (wit li pai-ioekj :l lull s iron '1 bdl Bags |2 Chests 11 Chest 11 Chest Tools 2 half bbls llsh 3 Horse Hates. lOBeed Prill Chicago Trade. Tl hirrountil- whofle caiVk comjn*r ftim Coluiiiti, m-v car* lotted (torn lh« Iraiiing firms i it hiru^o a* t)ins' w)sh r« rxtrnsivo oju ralions and refutation entitle them to the tir#t rank ill coiimit'ive. The Mimim-hk cttrilN of tlieti* fM»lli*h nicntn in thf'ir **veni| tiadee hove be# n data!lied ill alphaiM'tjcrtl order, forming a comprehensive BTDop* siH ot lniftiriesa information, upon which our iff* chant* can rely. Agricultural Implements. TculturalLIBBY ILTON. IIITCIICOCK, .tobbersin Agri Implements, Thimble Skein*. Sad IroB% Wagon Makers' Wood Stock. 1K7 g. Watsr Street. Bags. Hart,ASTKN& Co 183 South Water 8t.,f|Mr Saeks, (iroeers' Paprr Bags, Seamless Bags,Guiiiey, lturlap. Wool, Ham and Salt Sacks. Belting di Rubber Goods. HALI.OCK & WHKFLKR, Rubber and Leather Belting, ilose and Packing, Clothing, Boots A Overshoes, Drugeists A Stationers Rubber lioo.l.H.l 13 Lake Street. Articles, aud alt Rubber G-oods. RCBP.KR CLOTH I Nil CO., F. M. A W. A. SheparA .Manufacture a.l descriptions of Heavy and Fancy Rubber Goods, Hose nnd Uelting.Stationery ftndDrtl* Goods, 82 LakoStroet. Books. TOML1NPON CIM. BROS., Publishers Booksellers, 86 Lake St.. Furnish S. S. Libraries on liberal terms. Cataligius of Sunday School Publications furnished. Boots and Shoes. nKNDKUSON A CO., Manufacturers and Job bars of Boots and Shoes, 17 k 21 Randolph Street. Blank B'ks Stationery, and Paper Warehouse. COULTER,Steam PAOK & IIOYNK Blank Book Manufac- Hirers. Job Printers k Jobbers of Fine Pa pers, Stationery k Binders' Goods, 128 A 130 Lake St. Brick Machine. MONITOR makes more nnd better bricks given power, with less breakdowns, than any other Machine. Kagle Works Mi'g Co. 48 Canal Stroet. The 2 00 with Commission. T,AIR,tRWSMOKK U? k CO./Cnmmisslon'WwekaiMtf 10j Washington Street, Flour, Grain, Provisions P» Flour. Grain Seeds. Pork, Lard,Beol Tallow etc., Office H5S Washington Street. STILES, 10LI)Y AMcMAHAN, Commission Mer chants and Wholesale Provision Dealers, 235 So. Water St.. Chiraga. Chicago Ironworks. TJvn. & SON. 84 to 82 Franklin St ., M.nut ftfWit* Wrought A Cast Iron for buildings, bridges, etc., liauk vaults, doors, shutters, grating. Iron Railing Chicago £cad 6l Oil Works. T7 W. ISLATC1IFORD tc CO.. Manufacturers of I J, Load Pipe, Sheet Lead, Bar Lead, Pig Lead, Linseed Oil, raw and boiled. 70 North Clinton St. Carpets. S?EAR, PRINCE & IIOLllROOK, importers and dealers in Carpetirgs. Paper Hangings and win dow Strides. We sell our goods low, and can nuika every inducement to purchasers the market will a fiord. A new Carpet House with a stock entirely new throughout. S4 & 80 State St., east front of Cros by's Opel a House, Chicago. Dry Goods. HOWEN. SW 2 00 WHITMAN & WINSLOS*r. W*olesalj Dry Goods, Woolens aud Notions, Id 17 llau dolph St., large stock aud low prices. ("1 AI.F & VAN WICK, Dealers iu Drygoods, Wool lens and Notions at Wholesale Stork well select ed aud sold at bottom prices,53 Lake St. D. JACKSON ic CO., Wholesale Dress Gooda hite O ond«, Notion*. Hoimry, Wooleni, Fur nishing Goods. &c., 52 aitd 11 Wabath Ave Farcy Dry Goods & Notions. KITH, WOOD Si A. Ag. CO., Importers Jobbers of Fancy Dry Goods. Notion?, floisery. White Goods & Woolen Goods, complete stock, lowest prices. 84 and GO Michigan Ave. MANNING BRO.'S, WEST A CO., Wholesale deal ers in Notions, lloop Skirts, Hoisery, Gloves, and Fancy Dry Goods, 44 Lake Street. Our stock entirely new. SKYSlOUR,Goods, 1 00 1 00 2 00 CARTFR A CO.. Importers A Jobbers in White Linens, Hoisery, Gloves, Notions,. Trimmings. Corsets, 22 Lake Street, Fairbanks* Scales. 17*airbanks' standard* X? SCAI.KS.of all kinds. JTAIRBANKSGREENLEAVACO'. 226 225 Lake St., CHICAGO. I 203 Marketft^8.Loaf*. 2 00 1 00 3 00 2 00 3 00 3 00 Class o'j—Printers. Best specimen card priuting, News Co do ornamental do do and largest display printing, News Co, dip. do book binding, NewsC© do programmes, do do posteis, do ......... do surveyor's record book, News Co do county record books, do ...» do newspaper, Joe Eiboeck. 3 00 3 00 6 00 8 00 8 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 00 Class 34. Best boy'g riding under 1C, Washburn 2d beat do do Veruon jock 3 00 2 00 and greenbacks for everybody else. Fellow Citizens, you can have no difficulty in choosing a platform that will subserve your interests. You are unworthy of freedom from moneyed tyranny unlcsss you strike fraud and acknowledged cor ruption at the ballot-box. Reversible dresses aro the latest novel ty for ladies. Marshal's Sale! Public Notice!! The goods contained in tho following inventory have boon delivered to rue by Tia^s it KlmendnrtOoin* mission Merchants of the Cit^ of MoUregor. as unclaimed goods, and will be exposed IbraateM Public Auction, at the Warehouse of said Uass A Kline-idorf, On tha 25th day of November next, at 9 o'clock, A. M., Tor the parpose paying tbo charges ou s&id goods. T. M. HOPKINS, Marsh*!* Farm Machinery. EIndless ("CHESTER'S nBarnPlain, $ V, K2 00 9 7 85 9.1 NORTH 21 64 lo 20 15 00 22 83 9 06 34 11 oo oo it oo oo oo 51 2 25. 2 76 2 50 2 Kiii=. 2 Crib Knd.-, 3 Tables, 1 Tray, 1 st Kettle, 3 Jars. 2 Boxes (ioods 1 Htov*. 1 Mop Handle. I Stove and 1 Joint 8 Pipe I Bo: Drugs I Breaking Plow 1 Itoti Sleigli I Box I Box Bitters I Bog Cutter. I Plow 1 Box I Box. HADEN 50 00 50 00 62 5 00 & 62 1 63 1 30] 3 25 3 251 tt 65 5 00 i w 2: i t- i 2 :i5 a 47 1 25 1 01 2 15 3 00 83 0 50 11 t5 3 X, 4 16 7 72 3 19 3 00 5 00 10 50 4 50 6 00 3 00 3 00 5 00 1 00 5 00 0 SO 10 00 I 800 300 I 5 00 1 1 00 lo oo in oo 8 U| 00 10 25 10 25 3 00' 3 00 MOO lOOOj 35 00 f» 0ft 7S on1135 00 n nnd Lever Horse Power*, Drag fnvi Mills. Corn Hiellers. Iiav Cnt Fc. Mills, &c. P. 8. MKSKKOLK, n.a and Circular tc-rs, Hay Press's, 201 Lake St., Chit 2 00 2 O0 1 00 1 00 2 00 1 06 1 00 1 00 Furniture. AL. HALE a BROTHER, Wholesale Tumitiirs., 10, 1'^, 14 aud 16 N. Canal Street, Chicago* Send for price list. Groceries. AY, ALLEN & CO., Wholesale Grocers. Ordora from countiy merchants promptly filled and at the lowest prices. 31 & 30 ltiuidolph St. the 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 TUB KINGTON tc BREWSTER, (Successors to IF. Thompson) Wiiolesalu Grocers, 114 and lltt S. Water t?t., Chicago. Hair Renewer. N entirely w scientific preparation,''iscoverrtt, by l'rol. Kite. Chemist, U.S. Laboratory.eontuins no Nitrate of Siher, Sulphur, or other deleterious drugs. It never fails in any case to briug back, by a few applications, White or Gray hair to iM original color, Fair, Brown or Black. It prevents the liaic falling out. and promotes a new grow th. Having 119 sediment, it U the best Dressing in tho World. Kvery Druggist in the IJ. S. sells it. Prepared by ROBV. RITCHIE & CO., Chemists, Chicago. Hardware. Cf ^REENEBACM feONS. 2i0 Randolph St .Whole sale Hardware and Cutlery. Manufacture Iron, Nails, Carriage Bolts, looeo joints butts,etc., Ftun's Axes & Edge Tools. MAKKLEY, MILLER KELLOiiG AI.LING & CO., Importers and Job ber* of Hardware and Cutle.y. 51 Lake St., Manufacturers of AN ire Cloth. Sieves."ltiddhs, Ac. BROTHERS & KEEP, Importers k Job bers in Hardware. Cutlery, Agricultui hI Tools, Agency for American File Co. and Wheeling Nails. 50 Statu St. JOH VSON, dealers in BuihUr's Hard ware and Tools, agents for theRiversidu Work'# Wheeling Nails. Orders by mail Ailed with promptness Md patch, at lowest fignres. 178 Clark St. Hats* Caps and Furs. SWEET.(iloves DEMPSTER tc CO.. Hats. Caps, Fur» Itm k anu Milteiih, 1U2 uuU 301 Mubigau, A venue, cli Iron and Steel. nALL, KIMliAKK £('tl Importers and Batters in Iron, Steel, Nails and Heavy Hardware, E0» S- and SI Michigan Ave. Lumber, Sash, Planing, die. NES.ifh W A N LEWIS & BUMWALT, Planiag Millk and Dour Factory ic Lumber Yard. Cai goes docked and orders tilled. Cor, 12th & Lukibei St-. P.O. Box *29. lanterns and Stoves. To drive away the clouds of night. The world st.II stands in need of light! Improved Smoke Consuming Kcro- sene Lantern is uncijualcd. 11. Clll- STER. Nc.s., 2 to S W. ike St., Chicago, maiiufai tin er ot Street and Limps, il. It. and Steumbout Lanterns ol all kinds. Orders promptly filled. AN'E, WESTDAKE tc COVERT, manufacturer of Stamped and Japanned Tin Ware, estlnke's Patent Lanterns. Railioad aud Marine Signals, Stoves and llidlnw Wait s. No. 95 Mich. Ave. Ageuts fur the celebrated Home Comlurt Stoves. BKauninery. WE^T'N MF'G. CO. Engines, Pumps, Wrought Iron Pipe, Malleable Iron Castings, Steam Warming App's, 10 N. Jeftemon St. WALWORTH, TWOIIIG A FURSE, Iron Pipe Fittings, Steam Itoilcrs, Pumps & Guages, Belr ting, St'm Wm'g App., 225 Lake St. Oils and Faints. rEWIS, HAM it CO. sell Paints. Oils, Yarnishes fr jWindow tlluss, eheaper tli iii any house in tho North-west 90 to 00 S. Water street. I\\\VILLAKD FOX. manufacturer of Window GIsss te Lead. Oil and Putty agent tor 1'rsndon. Paints, Richmond A Play's Axle Oil. Cri sby's CttTliimfi Top Dresniiijf. 01 Washington St.,ChUugo. Faper. McCANN k FITCII, 12J So. Water 8t. Wholesale Dealers in Co.trae util Fine Wrauping paper** Twines aud Paper lt.i^s of overy description. Roofing Slates. PURPLE,Green HRIG11 and Red Roofing Slates. The only house iu the West keeping a large supply. Prac tical klaters furnished. Whitacre Raymond,, lb# Washington street. Saddlery Sardware. AM, tiOOD Y E A It HAYES. Caach Md tad dlery hardware. Leather, Hubs, spokes and bent carriage wrk, spring Axles, Belts and malleabl* Irull, 1S1 Lake street. tf KAY, Carriage Goods, saddlery hard ware, leather, hubs, spokes and bent carriage work, springs, axels, bolts, and Malleable Iron. 4! aud 47 Li.ke street. Seamless Thimble Skeins. It. M.iunI'aoturer*. Our Skeins J% ir»* til'' Heaviest beat filtered to thfi tl'Hdw send for iJiu-stiatfd cutitlo^u^, i!S KingLiury Street. Twines and Cordage. Cf ILBERT, II l:l!l!A I! II CO., Twines and Cordag* of all descriptions. Cotton Canvass of all widths, and weights. Tents. Awnings aud Covers. Tar, Pitch, Oakutn, Tackle Blocks, Wc., 205 A 207 S. Water. Vinegar Works. PUCSSING'S Pure Cider Vim-gar. Warranted Pura and to preserve pickle strong and palatable.— Largest works in U.S. E-tuhlished IMS. C. O. K. Prussing..*!".'.! and :ill State street, Mi csgo. Watches and Jewelry. A II. MILLER.cor Randolph Clark stlMts.* Iuiportcr, Manufacturer W lioletale Odlw ft) Watches, Jewelry, Silver aud Plated Ware. Agept of ths Nations! Watch C*.'. Chicago."