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Bass & Elmendorf are receiving a large consignment of green apples. See Democratic Caucus notice, and at tend the meeting. Drs. C. H. & A. O. H*ut fetor* removed their Dental Office over Church A Bid wells. CROCKERY.—Mrs. Fornyhough ia BOW on the corner next to Cawelti & Bergman's Market. She has a fine stock of Crockery which she will be glad to sell at l®w prices. Call nnd see her. MCGREGOR MRNERCIIOB -Monday evening, Oct. 26, 1S08, at Cambrian Hall. You aro respectfully invited. W. J. Werder, P. Fisher, John IlelJberg, Jos. Clemens. Floer Managers—J. Van Sta den. Jos. Picknrt. Good Music. Tickets 12. Fencing will be high next spring. farmers will do well to buy of Seley & Shaw, while it is low. Home ftntl other Item*. Sergeant B. M. Reese, late of the U. S. Army is doing some excellent reading in this county and that of Alamakee. We printed for him several hundred copic? of the "Battle of Bunker Ilill, written years j^ro by Fred. C. Cozzens and most beau tifully rendered by Segt. Reese. Wc are in daily receipt of letters giving the Segt. the highest praise as a reader. "II. M. L" of Fairview, Alitmnkee county, writes us a very nice letter about the old soldier's success", but we have no space for it. Good luck to both of you Tlio communica tion of "llcspectfulJy yours," will wait un til next week. We have read it hurridly and like it F. Bergman has bought the McMuilen properly, opposite Scott & Gould's Wholesale Crockery Store, and designs to put it in shape for winter busi ness as a hotel. Frank shows his earnest ness by employing Mr. Thomas Kelley ("Tom Kelly, of Kellysviile,'") to extract 400 perch of rock from the bluff near the slaughter houses—That same rock to be used in makipg a foundation for the house. Tom says he can furnish all the building stone required to fill up the little stream ferninst us W. Rowland is doing good work on upper Main street in the Valen tine and Gutheil region. "Bill" knows what work is—he aint afraid of it—he is a g3od judge. Mrs. L. F. BIGEUW, of Elkader, left here on Tuesday evening's train, for Blossburg, Tioga County, Pa., to attend the sick bed of her mother. Let us say that Mrs. A. P. I£. of this office has been, for some weeks, at Monona, Iowa, an attendant ir. the same iiilnl duty. We hope both the daughters will yet have the happiness of u long association iu life with their kind protectors of infancy 0. McCraney is at DcsMuines for a few days Doc. -Smart is about locati&g at McGregor Benton, Jr. Jme fsu-led. llis stock of (foods has passed into the hands of Peter Urn & Lar.*o* Mnj. Oreiwliy is out of the city at present McRaith will move bis clothing business to W. Sin th's first story in the Bank Block J. G. Arm ptron^ and S. II. Ivitmc of Lansing, passed up the river on Tuesday. J. G. says he has the fixtures for a new paper at that point Vandever nnd Wilson made epcccb'cs o« Saturday night. Not much of n Imrraii, though both gentlea.en aro good folks, for republicans. Gen. V. writes pamphlets condemning Allison and makes travelling speeches sustaining him. We vote on the pamphlet......Col. Themas "went for" Allison on Monday evening to a limited audience "Tom" Williams nnd lady send us cakes and wines. They are Iloney-inooning somewhere-east: we wish their "moon" may last years. After the Presidential election, Seley & j£haw want to sell out their Stock of Lum ber at North McGregor. 1 HELIGIOCS.—One of the attachSt of the Tnics Office hands us the following: The Pr. acher'8 Association," (a new organization) held its first meeting on Tuesday night, at the M. E. Church.— Rev. 11. R. WOOD, WOOD. of Frankville, delivered the opening sermon from Psalm 49—8. A very earnest and faithful preacher is Mr. All this day (Wednesday) there will be services in the Church in the evening the children will meet and be specially addressed. Sec notices! On Thursday evening, the services will close. P. S.—Uncle Elisha, the good old Christian Patriarch of Wisconsin, is in attendance. Talk about Life Insurance we hud tho power, that venerable tchodist Miuister would live as long as e Earth rolled, and then we would Ifttetid hiui a ticket for everlasting glory. yEncoura'ii home Manufacturers and go §1 Seley & Shaw's, North McGregor, fur Sush. 1°°' Drs. C. II. & A. O. Hunt have removed Dental Office over Church & Bid- w STTLX.—Capt. Jo. P. WEBSTER of ^Mcotira, Iowa, sends us, by M. U. Ex ftress, a genuine Maltese Kitten of two flonths growth and in possession of only *f» legs. What do you think of that in |)ie ea/ulo^ue of curiosities? If Col. Jpood or Gen. Barnutn wants that feline piece of liveliness he must pay a large price Itpr it. It is full of play, is pretty, active .% a cat" and kills all mice thus far #AMD within reach. JOHN Weather, Markets Ac* Dull, damp, and not very sensible in any sense. Snow flakes occasionally, but no sleigh-riding. The ice-boats are crossing the river, preparatory to business. The river is expected to be a hard case in a few weeks it is rising slowly, nnd steamboat-men feeh good. Roads muddy Wheat on the down hill side farmers •ery slow in coming to market, and busi ness not particularly active. Potatoes buoyant Molasses slow. Butter, at old prices, strong Chceso mighty Oysters in every store, at low figures. We are in receipt of so many can-favors, that we cannot find space to own them all. There is a general tendency in the market to go down. Currency is scarce and taxed. Wheat, $1,05 to 1,15 Old Corn, out of market New Corn, 40cts. Potatoes, 50 Eggs, 20 Butter, 25 Beans, $2,00 to 2,50 Apples, $5,00 to 6,00 Oats, 40ct». DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS. There will be n Democratic CaueuH nt Cambrian Hail, Saturday evening, Oct. 24th, 7 o'clock, for the purpose of patting in nomination candidatra for the several offices in Blendon Township. TRAVEL. TRAINS B. a partnor of ours in the this wonder. Exhibition week. Jo. BCO.—This By order of Town»hip Committee. roil SALS.-A twostory going CONANT is 4 management," of FREE for one WEBSTER, we will divide re ceipts with you when you come down Seley & Shaw, at North Megregor, sell ber, Shingles and Lath Cheap for young city is getting to of the places of Northern Iowa. Jeman residing there tells us that rom ||ug. 27 to Oct. 17, only a month and a half, reports an Elevator receipt «f 78,184 bushels of grain, nt a cost of ,503. It is claimed that private ware bouses received about half as much more. *%Thit would make 117,li22 bushels (about in wheat) in 4U days. For a new this is'nt very bad. Vliat will frame building, three doors below Scott A Gould's Crockery store r.nd now known ms S. J. F.ckert's Hardware Store, will be sold on reasonable terms. It is in the business part of the City. For terms enquire, on the premises, of the owner. MRS. S. DVUONP. McGregor, Oct. 21st, 1868. READ Peterson Sc, Larson's new Adrer- tisemcnt, and call on them. Next week we will tell you how they look since the Benton Store has come theirs* Seley & Shaw, at North McGMgWj have the largest and best assignment of Dry Lumber. Drs. C. H. & A. O. Hunt have removed their Dental Office over Church Sc Bid wells. JeWtUjr Home*. By returns of the United States Asses sor, we noticc that the sales of Giles Bro. & Co. are the largest in the West, and with their New York and Western houses, are equal to any similar in New York. Tliis speaks well for the rapid growth of Chicago in matters of taste and luxury, and for the established reputation of the lirm. lint few persons are willing to trust to their own knowledge of metals or to their own taste, in buying a watch or valuable article of jewelrv, or silver-plate even, consequently a reliable jeweler is as neces sary to those who indulge in such luxuries as a family physician, and a quack in the jewelry line is as dangerous as one in medicine. For this reason have :rown up such palatial establishments as Ball, Black it Co., Tiffany &. Co., iu New York. Bailey, of Philadelphia, and equally we'.l known, though not representing as many millions, Giles Bro. & Co., of Chicago. The estab lished reputation of such houses is a sort of protection airnin the mountebank and cheep jewelry houses. The above is front the Chicago Journal. It may not be known "to everybody" that Mr. R. II L'UUARD. of this city is acting manager of and partner in the Western "Branch" of this city. The GILES BRO. have been very succcssful and wc believe they merit it. Go to Seley & Shaw's, North McGregor and buy your lumber before prices are advanced. Kangaroo sausages are on their way to England from Austialin. KEI'IKUCAN IIARUONV.—On looking over the whole Congressional field, we find but very little discord. Our party was never more harmonious. In ll.inois there is no division. In Iowa there is none. The above extract is from the old polit ical llecate, the Chicago Journal. At the time it was published the Journal well knew that nearly one half of the radical party of the 3d. District of Iowa was boldly and zealously opposing -Mr. Allison. The Dubuque Times, was the first to state the report, and during the very time when it published the lie the editor well knew that there was a formidable meeting of re publicans in Dubuque, vvlio resolved to op pose him to the bitter end. Now the talk is to induce him to decline. What faith can be placed in a party which uryes with such tenacity, man w ho is blackened ali over with political corruption by the testi mony of those who placedhim in power? llis meeting in Waverly was a miserable failure. It is funny to see the Republicans attempt to cry down Gen. Yandever. hi.* predecessor, ex-Mayor Graves, Mr. Thom as the independent candidate and the host of republicans who are opposing him. Verily the editor must think he is a politi cal Hercules. When the South seceded, and war re sulted, the North declared its purpose to maintain the integrity of the Union. To keep the States to their allegiance to the General Government. Congress, by an almost unanimous resoluti n, said that this was the purpose, and the only pur pose of the war. And in this, Congress was sustained. Now, Congress and the Republican party say, that the States which seceded, are not States in the Union, but conquered territory. The original theory i* abandoned, and a new policy set up. That policy sets aside the Constitu tion, and places in its stead the will of Congress.—llh. I. Herald. LEAVE WEST T'nil'.t KUNS J. O. HUBS J||" Lille I|.I* READ, McOrogorat S:4BA.M. ami 10 I'. for St. i'.iul—Sundays exceptHl. Arrive at Mrtiie^i.r t'jibl Win bound at C:J5 A. M. and 7:20 P. M.—SuudaVK rxcepted. leave 1'iiiirn- lu Ohien bound east at 7:50 A. 51. I'. M.—SuniiaVK exxpttd. C.ipr. rrtlt his Ferry Steamer on tlie Iowa Hide. Stat'i-s leave McGregor every morning (8mdn}N exi-fpu-d) for KIkadt-r. Wiiukon. Straw berr) l'oint, Giitli-uliiirir mill liurnikvillo now run Hlni'ist hourly between St. ]ASt'iiiuloIIi!* nif. 1H HK|11I ADVERTISEMENT.—I CRES- CiPiPf^Bext year? She is a Hundred and H&»i4ol!ur thousand Produce city now and Pork haye not moved yet! est. do Obien College hue 70Student. I wild St. I'aul. Tlie "White Collar Line" (I't. livi'oii to St. I'aul) po up lily »t 0 A. 1. nnd return in the eve ning. The St. I,.MIIS l.ine is a daily. 1 lie liaiiioiid just i» it ilea*fi*. Oi|ortunitie« to go on loot lYotu Mcliregor went, are alwuyH ojeu. LADiEs.-Those who wish their Furs brought into fashionable shape, or new ones made up, will please call on Mrs. R. Choate, who will devote her tima for a few weeks to repairing, or making to order, Muffs,, Collars, Wristlets, Gloves and Mit tens. Gents and Boys caps and fur goods made to order. 3t 256 am intending to leave this city to engage in business else where, nnd 1 now offer for sale the follow ing property: Warehouse and Lot Xo. 12, rebuilt this 3'C'\r. Also my dwelling house, corner of 2nd and B. streets, in good repair with all modern convenienoee. Apply to 3w. I. L. KRAMER. NOTICE.—A eop y of the register of Mendon township fo** IS68, as prepared by the board, is posted up in the clerk's office in M. O'Brien's Store, where it may be in, spected at any time. The Hoard will rneett' agafa «t the City Scales on the Tuesday preceding the day of election to complete the list us the law W I"'" ,the i not °luuy le-i.ddcd. a,IIv^ already registered be a flourishing condition. ROBERT Ql'IGLEY Act's Clerk. DRY GOODS!! Merinos, ZSmpress Cloths, Wool Plaids, Poplins and Alpac cas in desirable col ors a n popular makes. ALEXANDER KID GLOVES. S A W S Plain and Fancy Beavers, for Sacques and Overcoats Har ris and Scotch Cassi mcres French and American Coatings and Tricots Fine Doeskins and Cloths, Prints, Delaines. Cotton Flannels. Wool do Shaker do Shirting do Kentueky Jeans, Peterson & Larson, OPPOSITE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, McGregor^ Iowa* 1868. ALL 1 nrLa 1 n 1 Sat inets, Tweeds, Sheet ings and Shirtings, Bi'chd Goods, Yarns, Bags and Batts. Our Stock is full and Complete. Wc propose to sell Goods Chcapj! Wc feel confident of being able to please all who may favor us with a call. Yankee Notions. Hoop Skirts and Corsets. Hats and Caps. Groceries, Sugars, Coffee, Teas, Syrups. ALSO FOR SALE 1,000 ARMY OVERCOATS, WARRANTED PER FECT, WHICH WILL BE DISPOSED OF AT ONE-THIRD OF THEIR REAL VALUE. GENTS.—The Ill do you go«4« 623 FALL CAMPAIGN! SIGN OF THE RED UMBRELLA! Opening at Headquarters! E A O N & O IRISH POPLINS, MERINOS, EMPRESS AND OTTAMAN CLOTHS, BARATHEAS, TYCOONS, WINCES, KRUCKERBOCKERS, SPLEN DID LINE OF BLACK ALPACAS AND POPLINS, MEW MO OF RECENT IMPORTATION. BOUGHT CHEAP AND WILL BE SOLI AT iATISrAOSO&T VBJCBS. Xjong ltiid. Square SHawls, THE LARGEST AND GFCIDEDLV THE PRETTIEST EVER ON EXHIBITION HERE. ELEGANT NOVELTIES for LADIES SACQUES & CLOAKS, With Bnttons, Fringes, Gimps of New Patterns and Designs, te Match. Beaver Cloths, Cassimeres and Coatings, ZFIISTE XjUNTIE. SCOTCH AND AMERICAN FLANNELS!! Ti|»-Top Flannel only 25 Cts. a Yard. IMEixed, Grey and Fancy Yarns* Afiffhan and Chinchilla Yarns, GREY AND WHITE BLANKETS—CHEAP I One Case 101-4 WHITE BLANKETS, Only $5 OO a Pair. A V u s s e s E a S u e i o I n a i n s a n BOUGHT i Bemp C2LRFXSXXXfGS« selling* Very Cheap. UP1 XT Stawr«.B. R. BABEON 4 1)K»., McGiacon. OEMTS.—TheCLestof Japan Tra I WE ARE HAVING MADE FOR US A LARGE LOT OF FURS. INCLUDING MINX. SABLE. SIBERIAN SQUIRREL. FITCH AND OTHER KINDS. THESE FURS WILL BE HERE AS SOON MANUFACTURED— SAY IN FOJA WIE4S. WI AS* YOUR ATTENTION TO AN EXAMINATION. WILL BE SOLD LOW. Ziadies, Gents and Children's Hosiery. Ladies Vests and Fants. Plymouth Buck Gloves—worth. Buying. IT IS UNNECESSARY FOR US TO WRITE OUT A FULL ESSAY RELATIVE TO THE LARGE LOT OF MERCHANDISE AND THE LOW PP.ICES WE SELL OUR G000S. WE FEEL QUITE SURE WE CAN GIVE YOU BETTER BARGAINS THAN 'TIS POSSIBLE FOR YCU TO OBTAIN ELSEWHERE. OUR GOODS WE KNOW ARE BOUGHT CHEAP. AND WILL BE SOLD AT SATISFACTORY PRIOIfl. WE GUARRANTEE EVERY ARTICLE AS REPRESENTED. Buy Your Teas of E. R. Barron & Bro. Great Success in the Sale of Teas I Far beyond our Expecta tions Complete Satisfaction Given to Driifiiers Prices LOWER than can be had of any Co. IIII Everybody says "Teas from E. R. Barron 6l Bro.« are O. K." See our Prices below: HAVING MADE ARRANGEMENTS IN THE PURCHASE OF We are enabled to offer GREAT INDUCEMENTS to all lovers of that delicious beverage, Pure Teas. These Teas are not FX2CED up, but PURE, as they are gathered in China and Japan, and shipped dim to Xew York ami Boston from Foo Chou, Ilong Kong, Canton and Yeddo. Our Teas were selected with gr* :it care by Toong Foo & Yuen Tek, at the above places. These Teas posses tho fine Muyune flavor, which cannot fail to give perfect satisfaction to all. We will give smsh Sarfifus fa TSAS as no one bm has ever realized. Our ample facilities enable us to do this. Club Priccs as follows, or in small quantities for samples or trial: FINE JAPAN TEA $1.00 EXTRA FINE JAPAN 1.15 1.25 1.120 1.50 1.25 1.50 1.25 1.50 00 EATRA FINE BLACK 1.10 BEST JAPAN. Y. II. TEA i... .: EXTRA EIXE Y. II IMPERIAL TEA BE.ST IMI'ERIAL...... GUNPOWDER FINE EXTRA GUNPOWDER BLACK TEA BEST OOLONG 1.25 ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEA 1. 50 COUNCIL IIILL P. 0. IY 4tb, ISM. of you Just week at 11.25, I t'OimiUcr KUjuriur to an}' Teu I bavc hud, iiud at lose juice. Yours Ac., P.F. Dicrixsoir. NITIOXAL,IOWA, May Tth, 1840. Metfrt. E. K. Bai ron lire.. &kGrtgcr. Gnn Powder T» a I bought of yon at $1 ,'26 per pouixl ia the li'-st Ten 1 lmve had for long lime. llWtlUJfT.Co. Send mo 5 lbs., more by surer. Youra Truly. LBANA, IOWA,May11til,IMS. Mum. JS. JT. Bsrron 4 Bro., McGregor. GKNTH.—I hare used tlif Tea, "Guii-Powdcr'* bought 0!' you last wefk, auil tind it :i very nice article, and fery elieuji. When we K»'t thin lot used up, will buy Juoro Youm lte»itctlu)ly, THOMAS GLUI. part of Zowa and Southern Minnesota. Particular attention paid to filling Olub Orders. We Warrant these Teas, and in any case they do not give entire satisfaction they can be returned at our ex pense and money refunded. Address 1868. Gents Shirts and Drawers* GARSATILLO,IOWA, If «y Htk.ua. Matrt. E. R. Barren it Bre., McGregor. DEAR SIB.—We hare used tV.e Inmerial Tea at (IKMI.I.JIEN.—1In- II. C. M4T11VZ. E. R. BABBON Sl BRO., McGregor, Iowa. Groceries, Full Stock. AND GOLDEN SYRUP I!! Sploes, Coffee, Bioe, tfco. One word* and we make our bow I Vho Ooods we have in store were bought for Cashs strictly were bought Cheap were bought to bo sold, and will be sold at !!!!!Grcat Barg ains!!!!! Gome, See, Look at our Goods, Learn onr Prices, and tire Will E. R. BARRON & BRO., ,26 $1 bought ot )ou latt 'i'liurtOny, and Cud it a very nice article. Your* very truly, K. O.NLT. FABMUSBURO,IOWA, May ICth.lSGS. Messrs. E. Barron J'rc., SlcGr($cr. Gun-Powder^ Ten I had »f you for 81.25 cent.- per pound is as Kl"d. if not better, than Tea 1 hnve had ironi any lVa Company,and coines rtw»r. ftfUka ten iound« more. Yours Truly, DAMIL BKOSMV. O TOWNSHIP,May 18.1868. MCURS.E.R. BARRONIAKDBRO., k Gent"—I have tried your Japan and Imperial Tea at (1 •J.'i cents per pound, mid consider it better than that received from any Tea Company—alro mqcb cheaper, tend me 5 Ibn Jmperi-. i Taa by bearer. Y o u », v ei y esp e i u 11 v. 0 We have made arrangements to keep eenstaptlv en hand these Fine Teas* enough to supply the wants of this Great Northwestern It LIN WARM. ibcmaooa, w D.H. Hamlin & Co., No. O, MASON1 1 BLOCK, Have just returned from Eastern Markets, and are Loaded Sown with all kinds of Groceries, Confectioneries, CANNED AND DRIED FRUITS, SC., Por Sale for Cash* at "A," No. 1 Short-Time Credit. We are unable to mention the many delicacies to be found in our Stock, but will briefly mention a few among the thousands: 200 bbls Sugar. 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. Por LESS nxorra'sr per lb. or Chest than any Tea Co.*s Agent in this city can furnish them. In Teas, the people have been gross ly humbugged by flaming adver tisements and quotations for the Poo Poo's and Choo Choo's. We have no connection, whatever, with any Tea Company. Wc pur chase our Teas from first hands, and can ftirnish poor or fair Teas POR LZTTLS MOITS7, but good Teas bring full prices. We can accommodate the consumer or trader with either at prices suit. Zn the way of CANDIES, CONFECTIONERIES, SWEET MEATS, &C., We have facilities such as chal lenge competition. We will un dersell AHY HOUSE in town in this line, for either home manufac ture or imported. Zn foct we have everything in the line of our trade and courte ously ask an examination of our Stock* WE DELIVER GOODS To any part of the City for 25 cts. a load, which goes to the Dray man. We can famish families in the City their crders as cheap as any concern delivering goods free of charge buys them, thereby sav ing money to purchaser and sus taining the Laboring Classes. W*' Insurance DBS BKOXZfSB, ZOWA. NET ASSETS, *131.173 & OfTXOSRS. GEO. tT. CLlKR, President. W. H. QUICK, Stfcrefaff. DIRECTORS. Geo. W. Jones Dc* Muiaof, H. F. Spoflord... do •fno. McWillliUM. tfo \V. U. Quick do (ieo. IV. Claik do Hon C. C. Xoune do J.J. Brown Omaha, Kcbmska. Hon. Alvin •••A. dw do K. Creigbton du do M. J. BROWN, 630 Agont at MeQrofwr. McGregor S-pt. i£J. 1STS. M.t25 EAST WATER STREET, BKUwaakee, WholM»le L*aknta TAtsaa fftviovs, TEAS. ENVELOPES, WRITING PAPERS. WRAPPING PAPERS. FOR CASH. WE N S W I KRXZSBS LOUIS ETZGE R. At hit" Headquarters, dead tfKian St., has just received a large stock of OEOOB&I1W and PXLOVXSZOS9TS ttrill Always be Z*onnd Con* plete. I am determined te Pay the Hig-hest Price for Preduce and soli all Goods in my line as low as tho lowest, oithor for CASH or TRADS. i',M K. C. BRADLEY tC., «.. Whfe* OMSr «fkr to tk« tn4« it Ta O W 3? 3R, I E S Rags and all kinds of Paper Stock Opposite Wanted. 100 i DECOBAH Marble Works! PROPRIETORS. b«f gf*na citlsraa of McGreg or asd tho rounding covatry, that wo (ball furnish Monuments, Headstones, Table Tops, &c., &c. For less figures' by 10 to 50 per coat., tLan you caa get of any shsp near you. We deliver and sot all work free of charge, and warrant all work as good if not superior to any other. It will bo for yonr interest by from $10 to $1000, according to the price of yonr order, to buy of us. 014 BAILEY k FULLER. (ke«e«M»to MATHEWS 4 LAMM DEALERS IN AND MANUFACTURERS OF Stoves and Tinware, MoOMOOS, IOWA. PABIICULAR ATTENT GIVEN TO All KINDS OF JOB WORK. If yon want a good Boof, Chicmey Stack, Brichdn and Bscapo Pipe, Car Roofr ing, Eave Tron^.ing, Well Backet, Well Piping, •r Uirthing else in the Job Work Lino, give us a call and yon will 1M satisfied with prices and work done. Vhirty years' experience in the business will enable ns to comply with all we promise. K. KRIEB i13) A. RINGLING, HALF WAT UP RIAIN STREET. IS•t TURNING OUT 80ME OF TIT* HANDSOlTEaf w«ll n« it. iuo«t aiibetsntial a n e s s th4t V' Ofojor ci'lzer.s ..r vUltor* ever lookod npo. or tased. Xfone but tho Sest Workmen are Employed* AND ONLY THE BEST MAVB&ZAfc ucil I u Haaufictnre. tot HARNESS, COLLARS, With tho addition of 5 SAOOLES, BRIDLES And Repairing of ail Slai* GO TO A. BINGLING, IfEflRLY OPPOSITE MURRAY HOUSC. McOrogor, Oct. 1,18CT. C*2 $10 a Day for all.—Stencil Tool Sam pie, frM. AdUrcti A.J. FTTLLAM, Sprlngfiold, Vf 612 FARM FOR SALE! Gates Farm, Pleasant Ridege. i 4^ Milos from MoOr«tnr—from North MrGreitor. I CouSits of X09 ACRES—W improved—80 iiiidor frnca—has Kurtll FARM HOUSE with Cistern •m ot!ier Ci i.vnne:uiL-H lor small tarully—'tnblea, (Ir.inarv ^c., •!ao OrclntrJ In bearing—amail fruit,—a I gaidetiln (taod uultivMtton. Mi.'ST BK SOLD and v?lll be icld CIIKAP. Inquiro on tho iirfiuisc of JOHN A. GATES. 3w750 Cloths, Cassimeres, Flannels, and a General Assortment Woolen and Cotton Goods, sroTiorrs, ZZOISERV, GLOVES, Also a Large and Well Assorted Stock of HATS AND CAPS, VEllY DK3IRABLE toil Till 3EASON. MY STOCK OF. AC. &co, FRENCH & RICHMOND, SUCCESSORS TO AUG. FRENCH, BISP A SVLLND1D STOClC Ot WATCHES. CLOCKS JEWELRV, Solid SilveT and Plated Ware, FANCY s GOODS, FINE POCKET CUTLERY, PISTQIS PISTOL CARTRIDGES, *C., it. CALL AND 8KB GrTTS." & "RICH." If you w«ot irone«t Gooilt—Cbenp. a k e S n a i McGregor, Zowa. I W A E A I I N I A 1ST ID ENGHAVINO NEATLY DONE AND WARPANTEB. BAILEY SC FULLER, Teas! Teas!! Teas!!! THE GREAT liPIRE TEA AND COFFEE CO., of £0f Fulton, New Tork, hare appointed W. J. POWEKS, Main bt.. UcGrt-gur, Iowa, our |«le agent In tlilo city for thOKUu of our TSAS and COFFSSS, which ar« told at the NEW -SRONIG Wholesale Prices, cinti I tranapurUtiuu. It of the per pound te Ik cover ustkts to tpi-tik ot tbcauccecs LARGS TfiA and COFFSS CO.V of New York Citr, f»rlt la well known that half the Tea constimecJ iu thia country is void l»y thcae conj paiiiua »lid their agent*. Ton can get yonr Teas AT THE Wholesale Frices* Thereby aavinf the immense profit* of the retail Merchant, ant be folluwiug I'rlce Libl will fcluw CKiloup. Hne 90 ct» per Young IIVMJM. KINO, it do (Nperior fl lb do estr.t «... (1.00 |irlb do Lett 1.20 pei Jh fine per ft 0 per Jb tlo r*0 Itekt $120 per lb Uncotored JupHi),flne $1.'(' per Jh do do fxtrn $1-60 per lb Miz«'i Green itod lll.ick, 00 eta $1.00. bret $1 CO per lh Old Hy»on and Imp. rial fii-in 00 ct* to Sl.SOpetft COFFEES. Try oar Kcsclish ltrenkfHst Coffee 25 ct« per Try onr Kxtr* flnt- Knipire 2S rtn per ik Theae Teas und CofTei-N are all pot up In N» w York by the company »ud soM at New York I'rlcee, and guaranteed to give entire tutiiifaction or the money refunded. Try them arul be convinced. 6C1 W. J. POWERS, Agent. NOTZCS. Ontcz or COAILD &CRBI.\:60K8, Ta the CunojiCo. tlkad.r, Sept. iS, JM4. Vottr* of lall County. Yon will lake natica ihst la accordance with tho w» of the lact etn ra! .Wenibiy. and of a KeeoJutioo jf the of fcupurviaora. pai»e« at their JOBO SO»S1OD,Board 1S68. each Tnwnthip colltctcr at lilcctiou ia Xov. WtKQ. J. V. THE General lJCS.to »*rv» i-'te vtar 11 6. OKANtiER, Cltik ot kaid Board. EYE and BAR! toctors Mason A \\'Uitnoy. «lculi ».-. «ni] AuriHts. Pralrio ln I'hiru. Wiio.riKtu. We tri-.it an-ce»!ulTy gronular 1MB auil all t)K*f w»rt.t form of i hronic disease-® of tlie eye. We operate for catuiaot nnd crt'is-i ye. fhronio di-h irsrs of tin- ur anil deaf nr» t'roin any «ui»» will ri-i'eivu careful attiu!ion.— l'aticute fr«tu wbroad »tii tiud Uttu»i »uu*i to the office. Offiuc fc»v:n froia 9 a. ta. to 12 w. rtlo Admiaistrator'i Notice. T^TOTK'E i" h«-r«*l«v iivcu ili.it iii«' Mij been di»l itpp'.itit.-.: .fiMiiKi. nl th oi C. 1 S"iitl»m'i.\i, •ceased, iau- lit :sed htfl tb« e4»t* fonrty, Iown. Alt pewnia Indetfed st. tt- «r- r»^r*^i r.l m.ikf iuinie 'i""' I'*.' «nl -I. run:* h»n ».tce|-,iawa«..:r.«s 1 1 'i fiCalei Sl.ii'UKlil.V. McOrcgor.Brrt M**!**^ Atolniitrator.