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Tfce Steeple Climljfrs.
Ki'ni tlie Cincinnati(Jaiotte. "Not for u million—not for Cincinnati not for all the gold in the world would asybody get me to go up there. If I should undertake the like o' that I'd fall anl smash sure, I would. These men ought to he well paid for BUCII risks." Such expressions one might hear on Fourth afreet, Saturday, from Broadway to Central Aycnue, which is certainly a long •Bough distance, and, doubtless, from •any an upper story window, both north tld south of this line, which commanded ft view of the tall steeple, whose heaven pointing finger is two hundred and •eventy-fiive feet above the base of the efcurch. Yesterday morning and yester- 4$j afternoon ejaculations of toe same nature might be heard from the quarters •bove named. The assertions were some times vigorously qualified always strong' Mid cn most cases evidently backed by strong emotions. The eyes of the speakers Were directed upwards. The lookers often held to banisters, a bit of railing, a dtor facing, or a window-guard, and fre quently drew short breaths. The focus of thc^c multitudions eyes Was a man climbing up the spire of the First Presbyterian Church. In fact, three men were engaged in the ascent, but the one who for the time was in the balance between life and death, com manded the sympathy of the crowd.— These same three brave fellows made tile ascent of the cathedral spire, only a few weeks ago, and one of them stood on the top of the cross that terminates that beautiful bit of architecture two hundred and seventy-five feet above tarra firma. There the feat seemed Wonderful, and so it was, but far less time was required in accomplishing it than in the present instance. Any one wiho has seen the two spires need not be told the reason. Saturday afternoon the ascent of the First Presbyterian church spire was OOni me need. Yesterday, at half-past 12 o'clock it was completed. Eighty-five filet below the tip of the index finger IB which the spire culminates a scaffold was built from the topmost oetagouial portion of the spire, on the side facing Fourth street. The platform of this afforded a base of operations. A six teen-foot ladder was placed upon it and loaned against the spire. One man flood at the base of this, the other as cended it, flung a rope around the spire, and fastened the top of the ladder.— Down came our climber like a squirrel, took up another sixteen-foot ladder, to like top of the first, spliced it with i&pes, and made the two as one, with Hie top resting against a heavy ring ^Moulding. How that was done was a Wonder, all the more startling, when Otic considers that in the splice, the top «ff the ladder number one had to be pulled two feet from its resting place tfjuiust the spire. The top of this secured, the bottom of pother ladder was lushed to the middle Of the spliced one, while its top, in a line perpendicular above its base, touched the ttig rim moulding, the sever® point of the ascent. While the people below .beheld and trembled,the little man climbed to the tep of this trembling, unsteady ladder and lashed it fust. From now on the ascent Was perpendicular, but the worst was over One after another was added to the long line of ladders, until six were joined to gether, and the top of the topmost was on a level with the knuckles ot the great gol *n hand. This was accomplished at *oon yesterday. A rest and dinner was taken. Afternoon our steeple climber went to the top of the topmoat ladder, stepped on tfie golden knuckles, stood upright, held tl the index linger with one hand, and reaching upwaad with the other, put his hat upon the top of the lightning rod, and there left it while he came down and crept into the steeple. The people were too Viuch awed to cheer. Expressions of won der and admiration for the almost sublime performance were frequent and hearty.— The object of all this is to replace a rusty Ughtr ing rod by a new one. The feat has Wot been seen three times in America, for it is said the United States has but one higher spire. 1^11 THE BEST AUTHORITY !—People who en Jpy the discomfiture of lawyers—and who 4oesnot?—will laugh over this incidont: I call upon you," said the counsellor "to state distinctly upon what authority you •re prepared to swear to the mare's age Upon what authority?"' said the hos tler, interrogatively. 41 Yon are to reply, and not to repeat the question put to you." I doesn't consider a man's bound to answer a*question afore he's time to turn it in his mind." Nothing can be more simple, air, than Hie question I put. I again repeat it Upon what authority do you swear to the animal's age?" The best authority," responded lis, gruffly. "Then why such an evasion Why not state it at once?" Well, then, if you must have it—" Must I I will have it!" vociferated the counsellor, interrupting the witness. "Well, then, if you must and will have it,,' rejoined the hostler, with imperturb able gravity, "wby, then, I had it myself from the mare's own mouth." A simultaneous burst of laughter rang through the court, and the judge on the bench could with difficulty confine bis ris ible muscles to judicial decorum. IN a certain bailiwick in Michigan re sides an individual who, on account of the smallness of his cranium, is called Pin Uead." Ho had been taken ill with a dis •use that indicated protracted confinement •nd the necessity of a constant attendant, —a duty that should have been performed by his wife, but the relations of that ex cellent female to her liege lord being only those of "respectful tenderness," she Ward P. H. was Weeks was •bsent from home, and had no particular anxiety te rush back to it. ller style to not gushing. After two had expired without a visit from her he mentioned the fact to the doctor in Sianner that indicated a eertain degree #f Wrathness, saying: If Polly dont come •ooty soon I'll get a bill of devotion from .--'-LURFT WHAT BUEAKS DOWN YOLNU MEN.—It is u commonly received notion that bard study is the unhealthy clement of college life. But from the table of the mortality of Harvard University, collected by Prof. Pierce, from the last triennial catalogue, it is clearly demonstrated that the excess of death for the last ten years after gradu ation, is found in that portion of each class of inferior scholarship. Every one who has seen the curriculum knows that where ^Eschylus and political economy injure one, late hours and dissipation use up a dozen, l'issipation is a sure destroyer, and every young man who follows it is as the early flower exposed to untimely frost.— Those who have been inveigled into the path of vice are named Legion. A few hours' sleep each night, high living, and plenty of "smashers,make war on every function of the body. The brains, the heart, the liver, the lungs, the spine, the limbs, the bones, the flesh, cvfcry part and faculty are overtaxed and weakened by the terrific energy of passion loosened from restraint, until, like a dilapitated mansion, the earthly house of this taber nacle" falls into ruinous decay. Fast young men, right about! TURNIPS.—It is surprising that the round flat—commonly called English—turnip, so palatable and nutritive, is so seldom found on many of our farmers" tables. It must be that the farmer does not understand their worth and the small "cost of raising them and we recently heard a farmer say they did not cost him more than 3 cents a bushel and as a feed for stock they are fully equal to potatoes, and from an acre you can get SOU bushels of turnips if they do well, while the yield of potatoes would not be more than one-half as much. The white turnip may be asuccessful crop after wheat has been cut. Sowing among corn as is adopted by some farmers, is not fa vored by me, as it prevents the corn ripen ing and tilling out. THE SWEETEST GRAPE.—A committee were appointed to test the saccharine pro perties of several varieties of grapes at the meeting of the Vine Valley Grape Grow ers' Association, held on 120th October, '09 The committee report that in every in stance the sweetest grapes were from the vineyards having the highest altitude.— They used Gecliele's must scale. Of seve ral samples of Isabella the highest stood at 85 the best Catawabas at 90 the best Concords at 8", Diana at 90, Iona at 97, and Delaware 1U7. According to this ex periment it will be seen that the Delaware contained the most saccharine, standing 10 degrees higher on the scale than an^of the other varieties. Fan Flirtations. Fan fast—I am infleJWfUient. Fan slow—I am engaged. Fan with right hand in front of your face—Come on. Fan with loft band in front of your face —leave me. Open and shut—kiss me. Open wide- love. Open half—friendship. Shut—hate. Swinging the fan—can I see you borne? Fan by right cheok—yea. Fan by left oluek—no. To carry in the left hand— Destrous of getting acquainted. Carry with handle to lips. I wilUtlirt with yon. BEAUTIFUL EXTRACT.—When the sum mer of our youth is slowly wasting into the nightfall of age, and the shadows of the past grow deeper, as if life was on its close, it is pleasant to look back through the vista of time upon the sorrows and fe licities of years. If we have A swelling captain of a Mississippi boat squared up rather a noisy passenger, unJ in the hearing of all exclaimed, "Sir, one of two tilings you must do keep still or leave the boat!" The tipsy passenger walked clear around the great captain,eye ing him all over and then said, "Captain, one of three things you must do work more, eat less, or bust. THE tribe to which an Indian mur derer belongs is known by the method by which the victim is scalped. The Cheyennes remove a piece not larger than a silver dollar, from immediately over the left ear the Arrapahoes take the same from over the right ear. ()th ers take from the crown, forehead or nape of the neck. The IJtes take the. entire scalp, from ear to ear, and from forehead to nape of neck.—Exchange. The Utes must be Radicals, for the Radical administration peals the people all over/ AMONG the 120 students at the Michigan Agricultural College, are nine young la dies, who spend three hours per day in manaal labor, under the direction of Pro fessor Tracy, of the Horticultural Depart ment, said work consisting in the main of green'house ayocation, sowing garden seeds, cutting potatoes and killing bugs. John Wheeler, D. 1)., for twelve years President of Baldwin University, lierea, Ohio, has been elected and accepted tho Presidency of the Iowa Wealeyan Univer sity. .. Good News for the Ladies. We clip the following from the Detroit Mechanic and Inventor: THE GOOD TIME COME.—The patent so long held by Wheeler & Wilson for the four motion feed sowing machine, has at last expired, and an extension has been refused. The day has gone by when a machine costing but from $15 to 0 can be sold at from $00 to $ll!5. We see that the American Shuttle Sewing Machine Company of Detroit are first in the field with a machine embodying all the best features of the most costly article, and while their machines are, in every parties ular, as perfect in their adaptation to all classes of work as the Wheeler & Wilson, Grover & Baker, and Singer, they are now disposing of them at pricts ranging from to $40. This is ccrtuinly an immense reduction, and its effects are already to be seen by the large orders received, and the large shipments being made daily by the American Shuttle Sewing Machine Com pany, 115 Bates street, Detroit. Mr. Jacob Clason, of West Union, Iowa, is the General Ageut for Iowa and Minnesota. He wants live agents everywhere. Ex tra inducements offered. Send him stamp for circulars and sample work. 702-yl WARNER'S lMle Itemed.?* \v iiriwr's I'ilo Itemoily IUIH never failed (not even ill nno cino) to euro tlio very worst MHOH of Rlind, ItchlhK or UN'oding Piles. Those) wlio hii nlllicted BIIOUUI immediately call on their druggist anil get Warner's Pile Remedy. It is expressly for tin- l'lles, and is not recommended to nure any other disease. It lias cured many isr s of i.ver thirty yearH standing. Prit One Dollar. For sal. l,y dnifiuints .M rj w here. DYSPIJ'SIA. WAKNKU'S DYSPEPSIA TONIC in implied ex pressly lor Dyspeptics and those Buffering with habit ual Costi vines*. It is a slightly stimulating tonic and a splendid appetizer it strenjjtliens the stomach and restores the digestive oilcans to their healthy state.—Weal nervous and dyspeptic persons should use Warner's Dyspap«i i Ton!!-. For sale lv Dm feists. —Prieo One Dollar. COUGH NO MORS. WARN Klt'S COI.'U II It A I.SAM i s healing, softening and expectorating. The extraordinary power it pos sesses in immediately relieving, and eventually curing, tlin most obstinate cases of Coughs,Colds, Sore Throat, ilronehitis, Influenza, Catarrh, Hoarse ness, Asthma nnd Consumption is almost incredible, so prompt IB the relief and certain its effects in all the above cases, or any affection ef the throat and lungs, that thousands of physicians are daily prescrib ing it, and one and ail say that it is the most healing and expectoration medicine known. One dose always affords relief, and ill most cases one bottle effects a cure, $o]d by druggists, in large bottlos. Pricc One Dollar. It is your own fault if you still cough and suffer. The 15a!,am will cur* Wine or Life. The great Blood Ptiriliei and Delicious Drink WARN UK'S VIN U V i'l'.K, OR WINK OF I.IKE, is free from any poisonous drugs or impurities,being prepared for those who require a stimulant, it Ih n splendid appetizer and tonic, and the finest thing iH the world lor purifying the blood. It is the most pleasant and delicious article ever uttered to the pub lic, far mipenur to brandy, whibkey, bitters or any other article.lt is more Iitaltliy and cheaper. Both male and female, young or old, can take the Wine of LiiV. it is, in fact, a life preserver. Those who wish to enjoy good health and a free (low of lively spirits, will do well to take the Wine ot Life. It is different from any thing ever before in use. It is sold by drug gists also at ail respectable saloons. Price One Dol lar, in quart bot'les. X2XH1KX2NAGOGUE. WARNER'S EMMKNAUOdUK Is the only article known to cure the Whites, fit willcurelneverycase.) Where is the family in which this important medi ine is not wanted? Mothers, this is the greatest blessing ever offered you, and you should immediate ly procure it. It is also a sure cure for Feinalo Ir regularities, and may be depended upon in every case where tho monthly How has been obstructed through cold or disease. Sold by druggists. PriceOlie Dollar. Or sent by mail on receipt of One Dollar and a Quar ter. ADDRBiS tint State St., Chicago. B. B. ZraWB&X. 6l MANUFACTURED AT MAUMEE CITY, OHIO. This Machine fs acknowledged to be superior to •ny otuer heretofore introduced, in the fact that it bus MOltK POWKK, IS STRONGER, and therefore MORK IH'KAULK and is more easily moved from place to place, In addition to the Clevis Powers shown in the cut, it has tiie Grapple Ilook for pull ing taller and larger stumps, and also, the Kxtension Ilook which may be used to great advantage on small and low stumps, such as may have been burned down iu ti«l lipids. This valuable Implement is FOR SALE BY J. McHOSE & CO., No. 1 Warehouse, McGregor, Iowa. IJXA3VRI3STE XX. PLOWS! a home to shelter us, and friends have been gathered by our firesides, then the rough places of the way-fariDg will be worn and smoothed away in the twilight cf life, while the sun. ny spots we have passed through will grow brighter and more beautiful. Happy in deed are those whose intercourse with the world has not changcd the ton» their holier feelings. jLAROK STOCK OP ON 1IAND AND AT REDUCED PRICES!! Constating of the following ki*4ftt BXoline, Rock Island, Qrand de Tour. Princeton Iron Beam* Galena, BTapierville, Oast Oast-Steel, &C.| &c>, XVOTZCB. tteranftertil persons huviug business with the Superintendent of Schools will Jind me iu the office of the County Clerk, at Klka ler, on Saturday of each week and on all otiier days of the week at my house in i'uriuersburg, except wiieu on duty visiting schools. All letters may be addressed to me either at Klkader or Fariuorshurg, Iowa. ti'Jltt JOHN KVKIlALL.Co.Supt. McGregor Planing Mills On tipper Marki-t S'liiiire. O, H. LEBFEXiD, WILL •M*Srm and MTIIB All kinds of Z_ XT 3%/C El On order. Ho is prepared to tu i nich on call, Boors* Sash, Blinds, MwkUaft, Cornice And all kiu dii of Finishing Material I ii beat style and Quality. Terras Seaaonabltaa can be made. Orders tllli'i' on demand. 891 BUILDERS wmi leaso nutiiv tliut I am iu receipt of over Five Hundred Doors AND 11,000 LIGHTS OF SASH, Of any ••/.•• required. I Riiarantpo the timtiei'tob* well seasoned, and tlio work made a A. No. 1. lean sell at priaesbelow all coii'.p. iitiuu. Cull on Charles Bndde, -!w678 foot of Maiu Street, Mcdregor. Pur nlturet H. SOHOZ.BR Is still on hand, offering1 a Bigger Sup* ply than over, in the lino of Chamber, Parlor and Kitchen rvB,xrxTUB.s. ALSO, COFFINS1 Special attention paid to FRAMING PICTURES, a Large Stock of the beat Fashionable Moulding A w u a n CALL AM) CONVICTED! Two Doors Bast of Fowers« "W XT JttEW PRSSSeS AXVD rs-jsrw CO., Wholesale Agents. 711 McGREQOR, IOWA. BUCKETS OTP art GRUB MACHINE. Times Office Is Batter FiifMii tfciB Wer to do ILL KINDS OF PRINTING AT LOW PRIC&S. •11 Kinds of BOOK BINDING!! "IHnf In •flftAltyle And at Cheap Rates! CALL AND SEE SAMPLES SF Fimzira AND BZWBZIVO. if WINNESHIEK WOOLEN MILLS I! Winneshiek Manfg & Coml Association, MANUFACTURKRS OF SUPERIOR Woolen GOODS, Doeskins, Cassimeres, Beaver-Cloths, VWBSDS, JBANI. r&AITNBLS, TARNS, AC. WOOL WANTED! DECOR.AH, IOWA. J. M. Brunswick & Bros., Billiard Table Manufacturers, Importers and Dealers in ,-j f-V/. NEW GROCERY! AND New York Factory CHEESE. Ctoods delivered Free of Charge to any part of the City. Country Orders attended to With Tiff ftliTlfl 700 DRAKE, DAYTON & Heavy Shelf a w a e Iron, Steel, Nails, ALL KINDS OF TOOLS!! Finished and Unfinished WOOD WORK. Waoftertk*following!n4n««westa tobayws. The Largest Stock, The Largest Assortment, and the Lowest Prices hrtktiuMhttUljr of Q«oiU. Wecan satisfy any oue of 1M If they will oall •udsueforthemselve,. 667 o. .lubber and Itetailcr in Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Cutlery, Musical Instruments, AnordeoiiK, Mu»ir Boxes' llobby Horse*, rhitdrens' Cabs, Baskets. Fancy Hoods' Toys, Ac. Repairing and Kngravint done promptly1 SatisfactionUuaranteed. Main Street, 097 McliKEUOR.IOWA. w Balls, PrenoH O balli, and every other material belonging to thr trade.ZNos. 47fand 49 State Street, between Randolph and Lake. CHICAGO, ILL. J.M. BRUNSWICK'S LATE PATENT COMBINATION CUSHIONS, Warranted for FIVS TEARS, natural wear and tear excepted. E. 1*. CLARKE, Is the General Agent for! .these popular tables in the NORTH WEST, i 077 H. E. NEWELL & COMPANY WHOLESALE AND RETi.IL DEALERS IN DRUGS, SCHOOL BOOKS, Paints, Oils. MALKRS 1M Or JE1» E3 Ek 3NT AND DRZXftS FRUITS. Groceries^ DTE STUFFS, dlCai AClii dlCii IfeGregor, ln»i Mj 10th, lMff. FRUIT STORE!! One door West of McKinnie's Stove Store. O'SRIfiN & CONNOLLY. Confectionery, Mid Provisions, PURE WINES and LIQUORS, GLEN DALE, KENTUCKY, BOURBON, Agents for the McGREGOR, IOWA. CVlass. AG* H. E. NEWELL. |t«t) J. A. RAMAGE. SEELY & SHAW, At.North McGregor, Iowa, A iinouiice to the public and particularly to the lieoplealong the line of the McOrejjor \Vcittern Rail way,and those adjacent toils stations, that they are well stocked tip in Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Au4all other Building Materials Zn the Timber Xiine. Having established a PIaniii* Mill and Saili,DoOr and Rllud Mauutactory, they cau turaish customers i with whatover tuny b« repuired in finishing a house, such as Matched Flooring, Siding, Doors, Window Sash, A.......mob *"''«•.*«- Will be Satisfactory. CalI at the I.evt'i*, above Kivi^ht anl Passenger Depot. J^ortli McOrogor, for any artlcleof wooden material required lu building. ^7 SKELY A SIIAW. North McGregor! Geo.L.Bass&Qo Have opened and they are the above-named place PATRICK, A Will to welcome at the sueewafally ranging at General Stock of Merchandise I Oall for what you wish and it will befurnihliodif la the market. The GROCERY AND PROVISION TRADE And all Family Supplies are (pacta!feature*in the Stovk. Jivery urticiuof Country Produce coaster and good prices The object in view, I* TO LXVB AN9 paid. t*HT LXVH! ST honorable, square dealing withull who call. Kimmeiatins Hoots and Sh-jes, Muslins, Satti net Is, Prints, Cloths, Clothing, Drugs, llats and Caps Coflee,Tobacco, SUJRAR, AI\, Ac.,is so uear played out that we forbear repetition. "GENERAL MERCHANDISE" Includcs all these ai wella* W. MONCRIEF, Gen. Manager 6S0 S. M. McConnell & Co. Manufacturers ami dcali iln LEATHER Saddlery Hardware, SHOB FINDINGS, «5cO., cos McOrogor, l*wa Why Is it tliat Dr. lloback's Stom ach 1 Jitters increase in sale every year? Because Tltcy arc the beat ion over made. Why Do the Druggists recom mend Dr. lloback's Ditters to their customers? Because AtVr years of ox perforce ami trial they have been proven to be a sure cure for Dyspepsia and Indiges tion. Why Is it that Physicians use and recommend Dr. Ro back's Simar-coated Blood Pills? Bccaiise know the ingredients of which they are made. Why Are Dr. Roback's Blood Purifier and Blood Pills the best remedies taken to gether for the cure of all diseases of the blood Because The Blood Purifier is the only article in the market which cont a ins the celebrated eostly Drugs imported ex pressly from Sweden for its manufacture, and the Pills contain the active principle of Podophyllum (Mandrake Root,) and is a substitute for Mercury. Why Are Dr. C. W. Roback's Stomach Bitters, Blood Pu rifier and Blood Pills the three greatest remedies tho world has ever known? Because After eleven years' experi* ence and trial the sales have increased each and every year, and thousands of let ters (unsolicited) of the re markable cures they have performed bear witness. Read the letters in® Local Column of cures by these medicines. H. S. Newell & Co. REMOVED! HA7T & BURDICK HAVE REMOVED TIIKIR Lumber 'Yard! From their *ld stand on Main St. To tlie Levee, Foot of 1st St.i where may bo foaad Large and Complete assortment of LUMBER! TIMBER! LATH SHinrax.BS, PICKETS, DOORS and SASH. rtfUBfffS, BUILDERS I DEALERS WILL PLEASE CALL ON US BEFOBEIPURCHASMF. OUR PRICES, Wholesale & Retail! ARB VBR7 LOW. Thuukful fur tho Liberal Patronage received for tkelust 12 years, we hope by fair dealing to enjoy a continuance of the same. HAYT BURDICK. McGregor, An(. 10, IMS. 619 J. Cleveland & Son, HOUSE PAINTERS, GRAINERS AND GLAZIERS. Arc very thuukful for tho liberal patronage in the past season, and are dtill iu tlj« above Hue, and trust* by using gout! stock, combined with Superior Workmanship, to merit public patronage. Shop at our residence on Walton Avenue, above the head of Main Street.— I.oaveorders at kettu«4y A buck* Drug £tore, Mc Urcgor, low*. tttuTOl Dry Goods, aftoomiii, CROCKERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, AOT LIQUOM, Of every kind needed by the citizens of city or country. FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST RATES AT FRED HENCXE'S Succcssur to llcncki'A Bamlow,southcust corner of Public Square and ouo door south of Geo. L. Bass' Wart-house, Mcliregor, Iowa. #Jk_IVi6seu-er Ageht for the Hamburg American Packet Company. AIM Agent for the Celebrated Put eat Beer Fanct. Established 1860. C. II- & A. O. limit. DENTISTS. ^J Over Church k Warranted. Bidwell's. Vair Price m4 Wttk References and Rccouirnoutiati. us, worn. Holiday Goods! Strouse & Bro's WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELLERS, Opposite the Broad Ax, McGregor, ArvjMt in receipt of a Targe and elegant 8Mb* Nrwdooda, apropm to inttadtog Elegant Silver Plated Ware, New and Fashionable Jewelry, French, Bronze & Gilt Clocks, Gold and Silver Watches, English and American Table Cutlery, Ladie's Fancy Work Boxes and Ladie's Companions. All New dooiNaud lxmglit at the prcgent low ratei of gold, which enable ua to offer i iiducementu NOl TO HH OU'SAWHlt fiLSBWIMKB. W* USE THE BEST. HALL^S RENEWER Nine years before the publu and no preparation for the hair ha ever been produced equal to Hall' "Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer, and every honest dealer will say i gives tl\e best/ satisfaction. It re stores GKAY HAIR to its origins color, eradicating and preventin. dandruff, curing BALDNESS an ?'he roraoting the growth of the haii gray and brashy hair by a fe\ applications is changed to black an silky locks, and wayward hair wi assume any shape the wearer desire It is the cheapest HAIR DRESS ING in the world, and its effects las longer, as it excites the glands furnish the nutritive principle s necessary to the life of the hair. 1 gives the hair that splendid appeal ance so much admired by all. By it tonic and stimulating properties i prevents the hair from falling ou and none need be without Nature ornament, a good head of hair. It i the first real perfected remedy evt discovered for curing diseases of th hair, and it has never been equalled and we assure the thousands wh have used it, it is kept up to it original high standard. OurTreatis on the Hair mailed free send for i Sold by all Druggists and Dealers in JUedicine Price One Dollar Per Bottle. COOK, COBURN & CO., Gen'l Agents for North-Western Statei 87 Dearborn St., Chicago, UL N I! W U S LO !NEW BOOKS 650 PIECES OF NEW SHEET MUS AXB A LA 110K LOT OF VIIIS Italian Violin, Violincello, air Guitar Strings, JUST RECEIVED, AT J. H. HAIGHT O O K AND MUSIC STOt Sign of the I O O VVBUO BQUAKH. Also all the &ate Publican OVER 250 VOLUMES OF NEW n From all the Principal Publish the United States. Sold at Publ prices. JOHN H. HAIGH JAMBS GLENN* GeuiTal Denier iu all kinds of Family Cfrrocerj PROVISIONS, FLOUR & EEI Always a lull supply oi Green & Dried Frt AND CONFECTIONERY. Best of Liquors at Wholesale and Retu In Buckley's Urick, Maiu Street, McOrogor. Emile Kiewert&B Importers uud Dealers iu Wines and Liquo Bonrborn and lye Whiski And Distillers of Alcohol and Spirf 235 East Water Street, TO* MZ.IWAUKEB, %. W. W. BARNAR: DKAl.KK IN Dry Goods, Groceries, Cloth| Boots. Shoes, AND GENERAL MERCBANfej Oranger( an# Ttorefte. Minnesota. 690 love.