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THE SIMPLE SECRET.
Twenty clerks in I Btorc—-twenty
hand# in a printing office—twenty
apprentices in the village workshops
—twenty yonng tneu in a village, aii
want to" get along in the world and
all expert to do so. Ouo of the
clerks will vise to be a partner and
make a fortune in the world. One of
the compositors will own a nowspa
per and becomo an influential and
prosperous citizcn. One of the ap
... master build-
prentices will become a
cr. One of the villag
handsome farm and live a
snail
rs is
Tbe Sidney Union is responsible for
the following good one on a Copper
head merchant out West. It ihows
up tbe dirty rascal:
v
gay) Mr. don't yen ask a little
too much for your goods inquired a
gentleman not long since of a Copper
head merchant. W-h-v—n-o—/'he
hesitatingly replied if the pay was
bullion iustead cf United States cur
rency, we'd soli just as cheap aa for
merly." Very well," responded the
purchaser, I've got fifty dollars I'll
invest this morning give me five
pounds of coffee to the dollar hand
down that bolt of factory, and
The merchant stopped liiin by saying
that he didn't sell goods that way
»ow. Tbe reader may cogitate and
moralize to suit himself.
Intelligence has just been r«©#ivefl
at St. Paul of the Crst murder by In
dians this spring. Two soldiers sta
tioued at Spirit Lake, Minnesota, were
out on a scout on the 10th, and were
attacked by ten Indians. They killed
three and wounded one, and then man
aged to make their escape, though
one soldier was severely woutided.
The next night a boy was killed near
Cbanyashka, an outpost in Minnesota
in the neighborhood of Spirit Lake.
He was sUot wiih two bullets ^anfj
an arrow. v i
Supreme Judgeship.—Hon.
(Srcgor Neus.
Reuben
Noblo of this city will be presented
by his friends nt the approaching State
Convention, f.»r nomination to the uew
Supreme Judgeship,—created by act
of the Legislature last winter, and
temporarily tilled by the appointment
of lion. C. C. Cole, by Gov. Stone.
Mr. Noble will be a strong candidate,
and it will be difficult to persuade
delegates from the northern Hection of
the State, that, with all due deference
to other candidates, he is Dot the best
man in the State for that position.—
A despatch from Denver City, May
22, sayh that Cherry Creek, which has
been dry within and several miles
nbove this city since J85U, suddenly
tilled with water at midnight on the
19th inst., overflowing its banks, sub
merging Went Denver, and doing i:n
inense damage to property. Fifteen
«ir twenty persons have been drowned,
mid about fifty dwellings swept away.
The loss of property is estimated at
over a million of dollars.
BURR & STANLEY,
E W E E
And Dealers In
HTatche«, Clocks, Jewelry
AND
SILVER-WARE,
CUTLERY,
Musioal ln«trum.©iitsf
Lookingglavs Plates,
Hated and Britannia Ware,
Cpectacleg, Toys, Willow Ware, Bird Oage
Children's Cariiages, \c., &c.
"Watches, Clocks and 'Jewelry
Carefully repaired and warranted.
The highest price paid for old Gold
and Silvptr.
Shop opposite tbe Carter House
Cedar Falls, IoWai
September 35,1861. 40mG*
SlOO T5 EAVABDH
Kor un 'in in'- tli.,'. will cars
TICKLING IN THE THKQAT,
COUGHS,
INFLUENZA.
WHOOPINO COUGH,.
Or relieve Consumptive Cough as iuicklil
Coe's Cough Balsam.
ver Five Thousand Bottles
have been sold in it* native town,
And not a eingte inttante "f its failure U btoten
We have, tu our jiOsse^Mon. any tpiani.ty of certiftocWn,
i""*omP of tlu-m fruiu eminent |Uy»iciiuu who have used
fltiu tlitir |nactir", und given it the pre-eunuouce over
lloy other compojiid.
It Does Not Dry Up a Cough,
bat loo«,cn-i it, sous toendbli tlie }.itieut to eX|M-ctaraUi
freeljr.
Iwo or Thrrr l)o«e« will Invnrlably Csure
1'lrkllntf In tlie '1'liruat.
A hall" bottle li t- o!i-,t:i (umjilutely cured the moat
Stubborn Cougli
Band yet, tho'i^h it i- -,o sure ani i-pfie.ly- in in pcration,
™l i- (Kirfe. oy hiirmlex''. tieinp purely voiret.-tb!'- It i.-
V'Ty .i-'i ib.f io the tu^U1, auJ luay be imia».intfrwl lo
clultlre.1 of nay a^e.
In cases of Croup wt ttill guarantee a Cure
FAMILY DYE COLORS.
Black.
Dark Blue,
Light Blue,
French Blue,
Claret P.rown,
Dark Drown,
Light Brown, Maroon*
Suuil Brown, Orange,
Crimson,
Park Drab,
Light Drab,
Dark Green,
Light Green,
Magenta,
One of the villagers will geiai For [nrttior iufftrtnatton in dyeitif. ami giving a perfect
rtlt riarch
1
individual? Lucky I here IS no 1UCK j-tr 6al« b7 t*ug|isti mJ Healers generally
about it. The thing is almost as cer-|
tain as the rule rf three. The yoong
who will distancetlis coifipctit
he who masters his business,
who preserves his integrity, who!
lives cleanly and purely, who never
gets into debt, who gains friends by
deserving them, and puts his money
into the savings bank. There are
some ways to fortune that look short
er than this old dusty highway. Bat
the Htaunch uien of the community,
the men who achieve something really
worth haviug, good fortune, good
iiarao and a serene old age, all go
this road.
i
if taken in aeasoo. "r'A I
Ko Family should be withoat U. 1
Is Vttfc in '.he reach of all, the price being
Only 25 Cents.
And If an Investmeiit nnd tl or'ni^h trial tioM1 not took
up*' lhaahove Htrtieiii'-iit, the inoury will tuv
*We sav thl«. knowinii it m«Tit-. and fort r«nfl1iit that
One fi.t' will r-eenre for an hon»e in ev rv livMnchold.
Io n"t w#.-t" away wah Coiighir^. wjun -...-mall an
Jnvo*t:neiit wjll cure ytnt. It itirvy be had of ,.ny re^iiut-.
tttble "--'.tKi-'t ii I'Wii. v w ill turm-h von w lib a circu
lar of (feliutfie cert.tli uUm of curiw it !m. ma-to.
C. G. CLARK & CO., Proprietors,
WlKlenie Dri'ifumt, Now Havw.Ct
LORD ft SMITH,
2S
Oen-ral Western AgenU,
Ijdke Street. Chicago.
GROCERIES.
47m6
Sold also by Allen & Hoafon), Dubuque, la.
Tons. Sugar. Coffee. IVnits,
at GILBERT 4 P£A5T S.
Codfifch 4c
Pink,
Purple,
Royal Purpla,
Salmon,
Scarlet,
Slate,
Stolferlno,
Vkdet,
Yellow,
Silk, Woollen,
•aifs, Dresses,
for
Dyeing S
Mixed QoojB|
tjimwi9, s-a
Ribbon*. Gloves, Bonnets, liats, Ft»f^
ers. Kid Crlores, Children's Cloth- i
ing, and all kinds of Wear
ing Apparel.
A IAV19KI or KIUHTY PER CBMT.
Ftr 25 cent* yt.u can '.or as many «'*,!.- as wouM
otherwise est tivii tune- ih,tt ,inn. V»noii shades can
he pro ltte?d from tin? samo (ty*. The prwrw is simple,
ati'I any ino can use the dve wiih poilect micctss.
... eatli parkn??.
I'irirtt«n in l'.ugltsh, frvenclt a:iJ Uorinaii, inside of
letlp-wli.it colors are best uit.'ipleii t» ly o over olh
ers, (Willi Man/ vnhinbli* reri|iei, purcka.=«i H"we
v
-.
Hut which id destined to be the lucky sievenv treatise on dyt inr i cuioftng &ui by
i rri ,,,, lnrlr i
ou
receipt of price,—10 cent-'
ft
HOWK & STKVKNS,
47yl* 260 Uii«aJway.H(*tnn.
S. Hutilineton, our WlKilfale Agent at McUrejrr,Iowa
Is authorized in supply dealers ut "ur prices. H. AS.
CABINET FURNITURE
TITF.
7 1
SUBSCRIBER would respectfully an
nounce to the itizens of St, Charles and
vicinity, that he still continues the
Cabinet Making Business,
in all its various branches, at bis Sh on Kel
ly Street, one door Tiorth of the Printing
Office, in St. Charles City, whore he will bo
happy to serve his friends and customers, as
usual.
I have on hand, and am prepared to manu
facture to order, xit short notice, all kinds of
Cabinet Furniture, such as
TOILET DRESSING AND BREAKFAS1
TABLES, I
Dressing Bureaus^
1
of every description,
Bedstead.9,
Sight nnd Wash Stands,
Wardrobes,
Secretaries, Bookcases, A& Ac.
|g" Also, Coffins made to OTder.
II. BEAMS.
8t. Charles City, Jan. 8,1961. 2tf
DENTISTRY
DKS. n\nmn & r.no^,
^RE now prepared t'j do all work
in the way of Vulcanized Kuh
ber. Guttapercha, and Ataber Bases for the
insertion of Mineral Teeth.
ALL KINDS OF I'LATE WORK
insrs warranted firmly Inseited. PI'Jeasos of
the Gums, and irregularities of the teeth suc
cessfully treated.
i«r All work wajranted and prices accord
ing to .work and to £uit the tiara. Office in
Overman's Block, Main Street, Cedar Falls.
June 10, lbtiO 2Gtf
TBE NEW ENGLAND
FAMILY SEWING MACHNE.
PRICE 81^.
BTTbi. little Muchino .Uad. co-ft-edl,
i'mZbead*m*m*,no"
IT HAS NO RIVAL,
There is no ccmyltinted IHurhiut'ry togtt
out of order, and vrx the (Jjteralor.
It is made with special reference to the
wants of a family simple in its arrangement*,
perfect in its motion, and durable in it part*.
Any one can understand hihI work it with per
fect success doing all kinds of work, from
the fineat muslin to the coarsest fabric. It
gives the best satisfaction where it is sold, and
all who uge or examine, pronounce it better
adapted
to met! the want* of every familyt
anvothei machine now offered to the public.
$5 to $10 per Day,
Can be made bjr enkra« ing in the sale of the
above Machines. Agents wanted In every
township in Iowa. Address tie tnunwfacturer,
Caloric Building, Coart Avenue,
DJ5§ MOINES 10WL
MILLS & COMPANY^ I
Blank Book Manufacturers and Book
Binders,
Furnish Coanties-with all llookf and Blanks
accessary in transactin^ County biwnepj.
Rooks made to order, to any desired pattern,
with or without printed headings.
fcbool Districts furnished to ortfer with Ac-1
fount ftxJks, Ihrrords, Teachers' V^rfstcrs, &«
|#"In all eases where it cuu lie done by the
proprietors' teams, books are delivered with
out expense to purchaser. Magazines, Period
icals, Diblus, &C., re-ljOUtld.
MILLS BROTHERS,
Ptinters, Publishers Stationers,
Engravers, etc.,
FurniiAi any kiml of Piintinjr on short notice
and equal in quality to any Pastern work.
County Court, Notarial «Sc I.odgu Seals,
Fuiniilioi at lowest piican.
School & Miscellaneous Books,
ueUwrTaper, I*fral Cap and Commercial ifote
Paper, F.nvelopefl, Cold Pens, &c.
Sole Aijriicy iti J'ura, fur
W B. Dotlds C'o.'s Safes,
Datn\), l'i,, i'owdci iuul l'.uii l.ii 1'iuof,
Price from ^7.r to $1 u*xiidiiig to size
and arian^einent.
IX, and XI Iowa Supreme Court lie
porta
W' •••Htov
Also publishers of tlie
IOWA SCHOOL J0UEUAL,
Lditc«l by 'i'hnnias H. ltenUm. Jr., Secretary
of State Hoard ol hAJm ali n. Price $] Hvear
Dc-s Moines. Jan.
'2. 18i-.
MV— i
N O I E
Just received a new
SPLENDW ASSORTMENT Ofa
Watches, Jewelry
AND
T1 nm onci Work
AT
A. B. VAJ« tOTT'S,
C^per »'f East Water and Wisconsin SOfefts,
Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
A larpc lot of new styles Onvx and Pearl!
Sets, tfrooch Ear Kin^s and Sleeve buttons.
Als*, sets of LtriMc.ni autl 1'i-ml ot every de
scription, and of the most approved patterns.
Silver uikI Plated U'aa«
In great variety Solid Silver Forks. Spoons,
&c., an entire new pattern. Also, Plated Tea
Sets. Ciistors, with call bells attached. Cake
liaakets, &c., &.c., all of which will be aulj ttt
low prices, including Kngravin.tr by an artist
ot sunerior skill fiuui Nrnr Yuik, whonn set
vice* nave been secured for that purjimw.
A LABCE A3S0KTMENT OF JJKAlTIfrt
Photographic Albums
May be found here.
Also Pianos of celebrated makers, ranging
in price iroin $100 to
$i00,
perfect in every renjiect
NEW-YOKK.
rESTABLISHED
Snuff k Tobnacco Manufacturer
16 ft 18 CHAMBERS ST.,
(Mraacrly 42 Chambers street,)
WooM call the atleullon of Dealers 10 Uw ol
hia muutMture. vit:
BROWN SAITF.
Mscsboy, Darn^ro*.
Fix Cappe«, Pur® Virginia,
Coar»* Happeo, Xaeliitoclie*, i
American G«rttoil»n. Oipenha^A. i
YELLOW g.MIPF,
Stoteh,. Hoik'v ivw
Higk TBSflt Bcotcli, I'rt.'li II 'Mijr Dew SoMBh,
Irish liigh 1'ust. Fraih Scotch
or l.umlyfoot.
fy Attention is called to the large redac
tion In prices of Fine Cut Chewing and SrnoR
iti^ Tnbitcoos, which will bo found of a Stipe
rior Quality.
TOBACCO.
SMOKtm«u FINE Cl'T IIKWINO. flkOKlfTO.
Long, P. A. L. or plain, S. Jago,
No. 1, Orendi-li or i'Wert, SjMUtth
JIo. 2, Sweet S-rntpil (ironoco, Canister,
Mm. 1 k tmixed, TUi VoilCavenatsb, Turkish.
ran ii la ted.
N. B. A elrenlar of prices will he sent on ap
plication. 14yl
For Rata, Mice, Roachu, Ants, Bed Ban,
Motlu In Pari, Woolena, Ae., Ina«eCa on
Plant*, Fowls, Ac.
Tut tip in 25.-. 50c. and $1.00 Boxes, Bot
tles and Flanks. $9 and $5 sizes fur
Public Institutions, &c. ,.„r,
onir iuT.iiilble remndMa ti.lJ
11
Fref frotn pnwons.'»
Not •langeiiMifi to iho Uunnn family
R.its luiiieiiut of ihcir Imle- U) dio.'' i
rtf~ Sold wholesale in all large cities.
f?T ^1(1 by all Druggiste au4 Ketatlers every
where.
Beware!!! of all worthless imitations.
iP See that Cumtau's name is on each box,
lottle and flask lefoie you buy.
fttTAd.lress HKNUY K. COSTAIt.
Principal Depot 482 Broadway, N. Y.
Sold by all wholesale and retail Druggists
in Charles Citv, Iowa.
THE GttEAT CAUSB *8
f':
Done in the most approved style. Teeth In
serted from one to an entire set on 4jold, Sil
ver and Platina I'latr. Whole sets from $30 „.
to $120 ball' sets from $15 to $60. Speci- inrl,', i'"!'" u
tuens can be seen at their office. ^bVR' mduu.-d by self-abuse Invuluutaay
Katural teeth thoronghly cleansod, and *n1
fiUeil with Gold, Tin and Amal^aui. and fiill
OF
HUMAN MISERY.
Jutl Published,
in
Sl,r 1
Bmy Machine arrai.ted to b«- Pe«*K. address. oB
"•~l V
Ii?" Ire cheapness, Sii%lci^'CkjApadbSsa,
Durability and Beauty,
than
1
JOHN G. FOLSOM.
27tn8 Winchendon. Mass.
PRINTING
AST)
BINDING
ESTABLISHMENT,
a SeaUd JEnt
Price Bix Cents.
A-fcertwre *11 the 5r«turt-, Treattient,
tttent, iii/
c.ilknew
under seal, in a plain envelope, to afiy
'he
if at bury a bis.
receipt of kix ceuti, or two
[i
THE GKF.AT
AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,
^"ESfri" STREfTr, NSW VORK
Sloco its organization, has croatcd a new era
in the history of
Wholesaling Teas in this Country.
They have introduced their selection of TEA8
and are selling thorn at not over
Two Cents (,02) per pound
above Co*t,- navor deviating
vHfo
LOMGj SOUCHONG, ORAM6t AMI
IIjon Pekoe.
Tea of kvekt intscsnTio.t, eotortf
UHColurtti.
Thii
IiiA has each kind of Tea divided into
i'OU
11 Classes, namely CA1!(j(), high AR
t»(J, FINE, UNKST, ihat every one mav un
derstand Iruui description and prices anocxcd
that the Coui(Kiny arw determined to undutijtJl
the whole Tea trade.
We iruarantee to sell ALL our Teas at not
over '1 WO CEN'1"S (,02) tKjr pound above cost,
believing this to be attractive to the many
who lutve heretofore been paying Kxobmois
Protits.
Great Amorican Tea Company,
IMPOUTK1CS AND .)'BUKlM,
Ha.&l V-tmey bin«t, htwYork.
1H1 CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE
USTA^A-LID.
5»blishait«r the lienoit, and as
«ud A CAUTIOU TO YOl'KG MEN
rJ.^v. 7 x,0m.
Nl',
VOU8 1(
llU'"
pa
and warranted
Those wishing to make purchases in this! *l«d warranted to give satisfaction.
line need only to examine these instruments vaiiety of Scroll Sawing and Wood Turning
to be convinced that they arc superior it* qual- done to order.
U«y ami cheajx than they can be louad elBc- ttr All kinds of Architecture Drawings
where til the West. executed on short notice and at reasonable
The public generally are respectfully iuvit- i rat«s, by. E. M. Stbaj», Architect.
f&tocsllsiKt»Miaittethis4M-irpf>enii^
,v»* WOKL„
IN 17fl^r
PETER LOIULLARD,
or
limn,
iwm
l,||itv,
iiiul iue vei
Um
Price asked.
Another i^illarity of the Company is that
their TEA TAST'KK not only devotes his time
1o the selection of their Teas as to quality,
value, and paiticular styles for particular lo
calities ot ajuntiy. but lie helps the Tm Buyer
to choose out of their lormons stock tmch
leas as are best adapted to his pui ti.ular wanta,
and not only this, but points out to him the
Ii L- easy to see the inaalculable advantage
a TVa Buyer has in this ettabliijinicit overall
others.
ir he-Is no judge of Tea. or the Market, if
his time is valuable, he has all the benefits
of a well organized system of doing business,
of an immense capital, of the judgment of
a professional Tea Taster, and the knowledge
of superior salesmen.
This enables all Tea Buyers— no matter if
they are thousands of ndles from this market
—to rur'hit* on iu good teiias her# aa the
N'rtr York morelMuts.
Parties can order Te u and will be served by
us .*is well as though they came themselves,
being, jiure to get original pa&kug«s, true
weights and tat ex and the Teas are WAR
RANTED
ax rrpTtnnittfl.
We issue a l'rice List of the Company's Teas,
which will be sent to all who order it com
ptiMiijf
Hyson, Young Hyson, Imperial,
Premature
1^1,
THE MEANS OF SELF PURE.
By one who has enrc^ himself after heir* tm
t» gtrat .xj^-nse :tml injlu
v
14 yl
through medica
I'UUIIUI »uJjJIBokwy. ij. iiSiVaT^t!
had ot the author
najhaniel mayfaiu, esq.
Bedford, Kings Count j, 2J„'y
BTEAD & HUFFMAN.
I
•Vj'j
Manufactureri of
Bash, Boors and Blinds*
43KNI1RAL CARi'liNTK^ ft JOUfQS,
CEDAR FALLS, IOWA.
Will have constantly on hand, or make to
order. Door and Window Frames, and Mould
ings of all kinds. Kvcry description of Car
|tenter and Joiner ork done in the best style,
n 0.
Mill
yer's
s
roa ur
SCROFULA AND SCB0FUL0US DISEASES.
From Fmtry hdt*. tr I/-K noun merchant (f
0.nfbrtf M'tint.
I bavc sold tarKe qunoUti s ofcvonr S araa
A*
NEW voac.
AitsAi-Aiui.LA. and 1 have Jim
SlH11,,a-
Impediments to Marriage p'twrallr: Consutnj
i tion, Epilejwv and Fits Mental an.l I'ln-Mcal
lnca|ia«.'ity, \c.-By 1! Ht. J. CI'VKltWELL
I M. 1)., A ut hoi of the
Green Book,
&c.
The world-renowned author, in thisadnii
rahle Lecture, clearly proves from his own ex
perience that the awful consequences of neb
I alimi' may be effectually removed without
medicine, and without dangerous surgical op
orations, bougies, instruments, rings or cordi
als, poiuting out a mode of enre at once cor
tain and eflectual, by which every suffarer, no
matter what his condition mav lw", may cine
himself ihoaply, piivaU-ly wtd radically. This
1 Lecture will piovc a bouu to thousauiiil* and
thoikvinds.
I
y
i
ta
a-
ILtA. but jet anc bottle wliich lafhrrf ot tlhe
rteslwrt i iVeet «mrt lull FMivtaotioii t« tlioju' wlio
it
tii«t iip our jietiple Irv it, they «nree tlun !.«•
leen no laedicuiv like it belore in our
c)mniuuitv.n
Eruptions, Pimp'.ea, JBlotches, Pnatules,
Ul«ara, Soraa, and all Diseaaos of th« Skim.
/Jtim
Mrv. liobt. Sti fUtcn. UrithJ.
A'nylnnil.
ciilr lo 'July fo y«a atid tl:« iiufclia, lien
I inv tpctimour to tl:*t you v uhimh ut' tiir nia»
diaihal virlim «fy'»ur Sarb'afakili.a. Mr daufjli
Ur, nv'**rf leu. htul an utUicling liuaior in her una,
eye*, and liair for i«r». whicti we were unull- to
cure until we tiled \nir .*• aRSapaiulla. glia Laa
b««a well lor Dome 'month*."
From Mr». Jane Ilicr, a icetl known and mttrk
tstfunut 'dftii of fiennuii iUe, Muj Cn.. X. J.
My ihiii^hter tm« suffered for a win' ^n^t with a
RCrut'uloiiti vruptieii, which wai- very IrnuhlcMinie.
Notlilttf! HfTorUi.il anv relict until we tried voui
tlUtl /KifHTi in At./»a,
tnor
Saii-
SaI'aiiii.LA, which soon completely curc-u lier."
from C/nir!es I'. Caye, L'*j., of the wiilrly-knomi Uma
if, (I'li/r, Murray If winiijacturert qf
eaana*
.V.
44
11.
I hurt for Mventl yenrit very troublwntn*
in my fiire, wtucliRicw coiivtantly *oise initll
it dh-litcuied my tt-utur und l.i rimie un intult rnble
cllli«Uoii 1 ti i«4 n)uu»t ery thity» a mau coulti of
both adv ice ann nit-dicinp, hut without any relief
wliiiteM-i. until 1 took your !^ak-a»• auu i.A. It
immediately made my lace worse, an jnu told melt
niijiht lora that-: Lut fn n fcw weeks th«1itl«- skin
Ukmu *o t'urm uuder tlie blotcUcr. and conthnied
uutl) inv luce i« a.« amitotli anybody's, mtd 1 nrn
"itliout any k rnpl,»nit ot the dilate tliot I kiuiW
ot. I enjoy peite: health. Hud wilhylittt Uuutt owt.
it to ymir t«AK»APaHILl„\. A
Erysipelas General Debility—Purify th#
Blood.
From 1*. Fnht
.Si«'in, Ifru*trm .V.
Da Avri:. I ,-eltli.m Ihi! lu leiiune
Hcmf i.'-Hs .i'trit
Y.
BOW
taclt of MtiUyuaut Fry4ip
cifml an at-
tf
tive we -i|it3lh tlie .t
with it. altera­
I:hai.VI:IJ.i.A
SUJI'.'ieil lo ll.e |.| ,le.~MM!i u *.el! l^^ to 1
n
7.1
./. A'.
you have
If 'l/' innlie
?i,1people.''
hin.
For Uvclv e cnr.s I h«U tlie yellow K.ryripelaa oil
tiiv rijrht to in, (luring «l„i li tune 1 tii. il nIi the cel
l.r»U-«l |tti Meiaii» I could rearti. and took hundreds
of do!l ii «\uithof iiirtiicuas The ulcers were mi
t.iid that the cord* became visible, nnd the doctors
leeided thnt ioni irn^t be atnpiitHted. 1 Is-^nn
diking votirbA
I:SAPAI:ii.I..v
1
ook two Ixittlos, nnd
ioiih- ol' our 1 ili.s lojclhcr theyUave cuied me.
I am now unwell und sound as any body He in# in a
abiie place, my cum- in u t! everybody ia tilla
^'ouimui.it mul excites tbe wonder of all.''
From Hon. //. :iri Monro. M. I'. of Xrircnsttt, C.
I ('..a innHiifi mvrttht \t tin- ('•itui.lniii I'or/i imtnt.
1 have u-o«J your ^akSavarilLa in inv hitnily,
lor peueral le1Utty, nnd lor
fiwifiiin/j t)o I./ikhI,
with very hot.etieiHi i.
«i,d teei cenlidt-uce in
'oaniiej.oiiif it to th« ulltictcd
St. Auth-my's Fire, Rose. Salt Rheum,
Scald lie id, Sore Eyes.
From Uarrt i, s: .Ur. Fj the n.d- tnr qf iktt
'HwrU/HDi -'Ct rhiu.raf. l'ri'H» l' 'tHiti.
Our only elnM, about tlirre vemaoi u«e, wa»a£i
inetteil tiv •^»imt» in hi* fr»uli*fnl. TVer rn|.«ily
«preiid ii lit i i they !"i liied u louthsemc raid viiulent
Mire, v hieh eoveied his laoe. sunl iitMiiiHy blii.detl
ii» «et ioi sonw (Uiy*. A-kiiiui li -.osn applied
uitruteot Mlver and fi'tier u-lnedie-. without any »p
paieut etrcrl. lur tilteeii iIiosm e fin mi dt ln» hand#,
lint with them he should terirt'i en the 1i -leririff mid
001111(11 wuuud wiucli eoveiKl liia w l.ole l:,cc. iluv
inp tried ereiy tliins e'se we iiflil any liopefrorr" vvt
Ih-^iiii ^i\in^y our S.M:.*A
A
nil i.A. ai.d mpling
lie lod.tte ol poliii'h UMmmi. ms
VOII
diiect. Hie so If
tK'^ran to he:il w lien we Imd jrb en tlie lirt-t buttle,
Injuns weiluheu w l. ul 111. i^lit-d l.-e fecund, iiie
l4lo eyelaslie)-, winch had rme utii. ftrew apain,
nd l.e i- now n« heii'tln »net fan ii* am otlier '1 lw
-viio.e Leighboihooil pittiic'.eU that the cluid must
lw.**
Byphllia and Kaorcurial Disease
mm /r.
Ittrnm
Wvi'.
tf SI. f.oitin. Misianri.
I lind your ^mism-akiiia moie efTertual
emrily lor the freoiniarv uiptoms of
oilcti cu eti by the iilteruti\i
'»"Ct or tlrts Ka itftApa ai i.la. ^««nc na*e« iu|Uii'
.iitwnt i, in Hid ol the SA i *.v TAUH-i-A, lie »iaJtin
.ipp'tciiliou ol local ieiim.,t».
From tht trvfi l.uowm. mut vi,l\f0wttcbra/l4d Ih
J-iro'i Morrill, of
7m/mm':.
"1 hare iom.it your Saksai*arii.i.A an exeellem
alterative in diver-i— ot let'^nitH Mnnv ciiM t. of ii
rejoini ity, LeucuriLuM. luleiual U*e i »tt»it. niu°.
local deliilHv, am-in? fiotn tin- tcrifii''ii'- diathe»if.
have yielded to ft. u.et ttierc ure re*r at do not.
wl»tii iU r.It
i- bj iuW/ilUt
V1
^UUvl.!
A tMg, mauling to all w the puUieatim tf Ju
finitte, eriti
Mv dntijrhfer nd nn .'t bin e tieen ettred «t n
very i'. I rn.ti r,/ l.. iit. id, of tori rtaiiuit.g, by
tWO bol Ut ol U 1 k'A ut
A
i-a 'lll.i a
menm&tism. Gout liver Ct-iaplaint, Dys
pepsia Heart Disease, rfeura.gta,
when caused bv
ScroJ'u/ i
in the sy •lew, f^srapMl)-
curvd ty tluallxT. bAUSAi-AKiLLA. .t
A V E S
.CATHARTIC PILLS
•powess so many ndvanta-je- over rite other pur
gatives in the nmrkvt, and their sujierior virtue*
arc so nniver^allv known, that we need not
more titan to nsure the iniblie their quality i.
msintainvd equal to the heat
u &i
has Ix-cn.
and tKut thev tuny be depended un t« do ali
that they have ever ih.ne.
Prepared b/ J.
C,
A-\'KR, 4 Co.
Lowell, Mas*., nad sei bjr
Sfliith i Atkiiiiiun, Charles Hly A. TV.
Tenant, Chickasaw Dr. B. M. Dewey, Nash
ua R-istmnn & Dickinson. Bradford: Hiram
Rosencrans, MarbJc llock Child ot Lyon,
Itockford iA'liniktild A Hausberg, Floyd,
Whousalf. Aokms.— H. Reed & Co.,
Cli*digT) Benton Brothers C#., l^Ofegor
Allen & Hosford, lJubuqne.
J. f. AiuisTKONO. S. L. AkKSTEOVO,
iw i MoGRECrOK
Marble Works.
ARMSTRONG & BROTHER,
HANIFACTIBERS AH|»r
DEALERS IN"
icni
American & Italian
MONUMENTS,
TIIK
Kvery
,tory
n:\O I APBS,
a:a V!/ s
Mantle Pieces, Table Tops,
WASH STAX/JS,
And Every Variety of
ir#A RULE FURNITURE.
Carved and Ornamental Work,
of every description,
neatly done to order and oh the
most reasonable terms.
Tlie oountry is thronged with the Agents of
'orefgn shops who always sell at an advance
n Shop Prices. We can and will furnish any
thing in the Marble line, for Northern Iowa,
cheaper than can be obtained elsewhere. Pur
chasers arc invited to call at our shop, exam
ine work, and learn prices. All orders from a
distouce promptly attended to.
Shop near the head of Main Street.
MeOrcgor, Iowa, March 1G, 1861. lffj
iw aaw
Mason City Nursery."
Subscriber would respectfully inform
the citizens of Floyd cotjnty and the pub
lic generally, that he is prepared to furnish
Nursery Trees
•if all kinds atnl of the liest quality, at low
prices, flout his nursery at Mason City, Iowa,
llis stock consists of the hardiest variety of
Apple Trees, ftont two to four years old
lsaU lla, Alexandria, Spitzenburg, Wine,
Catawba and Concord (Jrapes also s full
Variety of Small Fruits, such as
Uorton Seedling Gousebcniy*,
lArge red Dutch, k Victoria white Curt an t«,
Scotch, atnl Ohio Mammoth Strawberrries
\TetorJa uml Hybrid !*ic Plant
I and many other varieties of Fruits. Tliese
Prees arc ali perfectly atuuid and thrifty,
Farmers and others wttl do well to rat! "and
examine luiote purehajsing elsewhere.
Orders by mail will be promptly and faith
fully attended to. A. OAltMKIt.
Mssoa City, Sept. IBSfc I fit 1
Carriage Maker Wanted.
19fAttted immediately good jouri^ynUMi
Wagon-maker to whom good' waives will hi
Owfaaos paid. PJETER ROSE.
I3yl Charles City, Msy 1808
NY?
WV
CHICAGO.
WILLIAMS & YOUNG,
Wholesale Grocers,
OERBAL
Commission Merchants,
And Dealers in
trdlB Ai\D WILLOW
w a e
And Notions Generally.
i )l.\Ki.\(.. JtUTll JIIF.
SiijihiHa,
uil lur syphilitic idse«"(- tliaii Mi) other we
S he profe.-iort arc indebted tu jou tor some ol tlie
•eit iaciiiciues we iiave
'•'mm -1. J. Frrnck. ,If.
art
i ui-ri tier. t' /in it
*minrn' phyttirinn tf
a /nunttmiil
tk l.rr/i.tiii'vri- of o hrl.^ rl.*.
uumlttr itf
iMt Avi'ii My dear n 1 have found vnur
-lARMAfvuti ua an excellent mnrdy lor
ulii ol tb«-/irhn
iry
S/'jthi/f.
nnd
or»ifnrir
type, uinl efTect-
h! in com. i-ii-ie« tiiat were too ohrlilinle to y n !U tw
•ilier trni(f0i'. 1 (to iioi know ivl*t we call era
toy viilt moir eeiialntv of auccass, where a power-(
«il a!le nlive i.« inquired."
.Vr V.it.
I',i)i if "Sue Fh 'intirr!:. J.,
tud dread I ul uieei s on bis lu^. c:iUH-d by tlie nhim
I mereui-y or we
tirin! /».,, ist•.
w !.: crew more
iii«i niiKe H^jfiu\»lcd fir en, iu mhU of wveay
eiat-O.v yr tr»sitiuem that nni) be 3|ijjiicd, until tin
/'T'evVrin^' ii-.- of
AY
Hi's s.t
I:S.\
i- a hi I
A
re'i.vet.
,ini. i-e\ i-:i-i run be toiimi mote :u\eleiitit nnti
.it,:leh-in^' il.aii tliu,&iid it tuOk tociul liuitu bot
es to outc liim.
Lou 'crrhcca, V7bttan, Finale Waakceaa,
''r'-gei:eriilly pictaiei t: by interiuil
i
ffo. 129 South Water Si n et,
I Chicago, DL
Mnuoi Laud, Chieafo
t.w. 3. Wiuiamn, N". Y
Cabtl Yotwa, caxmfS, Iiw«
"TT
J. H, REED k 6o.i:""
Wholesale Druggists
AND DFAlfRS IV
Manufacturer's Goods,
M*. 146 Lake Street,
3.
Eruptions
and
by the perse»eiiiijt ui-e of your
CHICAGO.
n. Rxkp, 174 Pearl St.
H. A. llCKLBtT, Chicago.
..„j,
GR0VER & BAKER
snrca axd Tins: lock sTiftnf
Price, $45 and Upwards.
l"he 0rover ft Baker Machines have taken
the First Premium rft the late State Fairs
held in
M'AV YOKK, II I TVOI?,
NKW JERfET, Ml' lilt.AS,
oino, X'wa
INDIANA,
KITVTT'CKY,
TKNNKSSEE,
TiK'.INU.
MISHOfW^ HoltTR CAROIJNA.
ALABAMA ANll CAl.fVt'WMA
tneeitrit St-itr Fliir \ekcrw erMWut i MtS.
Partici5 pup'tix-nit: Maebiue* of the (irovsr fc Baker
Sewing Machine (oini«ny can have Mte«r wtaatjjnw,
making either ?titch, mid ilianpo if thpy dtwiretn.
THE ONLY COMI ANY
Able to otter anth Inducements.
Thj^j- also oflinr to the public at i!m «&usmeiy kmr
jrici- of
$46
Forty-Five Dollars. $45
A straight neo,!le. 1^« k snteh Mn.-leno. huitalile for Tai
lors
rtr
fitmlly ue This tlaclnue in of la rye alas, rapU,
quiet, simple and !vr mi(errtir to llie slKMtle MackiMa
Sere loft i re solil »t $7.* t" Slllo.
Genera I North we? t«rn illiee,
i Ufi iii i.aki: fmrET. onrAcn.
L. Is HUNTLEY. Agent,
i Charles City, Iowa.
Willcox & Gibbs Sewing Machine
TVillcox & Gibbs Sewing Machine
"W illcox & Gibbs Sewing Machine
WILL
Srrtf.tlou.
fVe.
KTITCH, 11EM, FELL, 'ITcK,
C"rd, Hind. Braid, {hiHt,
and
Embroider
beautifully. It will, with the tinest needle
ind thread, run from perfect work on tbe tin
H»t NaitiMKik, over the heaviest beaver-cloth
and ci whids with no changeof needle, thread
or tension.
Willcox & Gibbs Sewing MacMwl
Will use coarse
cotton, hum. rilh
and
twine.
surrtre the ireshtub.''
1
It
I ruitt,e:tiier. faster and stiller than any other
machine. It forms, with a
tinyle fhr*t,i.
as in
hand sewing, a flat, even and elastic team,
rlideiing from every other stitch, e.ieh ]yoj
being twieted by means of the
6Rotating
I loolt,®
and drawing the twibt into tbe good*, thus
securely fastening every stiti-h. so thnt the
beam will bear to be tut at frequeut intervals,
and in the case even. the scam is wai rented
nor to nip in wear, and under all circumstio
ces to
Old worn nut
family garments, botouis, pants, dres*-*.
grtakit cumprtiti-n.
kt.,
have lai»n submitteti at FAIRS wtiere was the
and t^ this stitcli preminds
have been awarded for its st re&ivaiTi, ulba
BILtTV, KLAKTICtT* AM* HtAl TV.
A jiatent devu.-e prevents the pomibility of
the machine being run in the wrong direction
or the balance wheel ever wearing or totuii
Ing the drew. Oy another ingenious Patent
improvement,
TIIK \EEDLK OAJIWOT BE MET WRONG,
'thus avoiding the great trouble of other ma
chines. In mis is so easy that a ehild may
Set it in the dark with unerring corrcctnft»
every time.
No breaking of Xeedles.
The blade of the needle is less than of An
Inch long, and is straight. It ia less than
half the length of other machine needles ns
ny of which are curved, therefore n*ote easily
heat or brrfci»n—a givat nom-ve of annoyance,
exfiense and tiouhle. The Hemnier and fel
ler tun never be set wrong Any one may ad
just them in thediirk. Jhe hem may beef
any width. No other heuimcr ot feller is like
this. It turns the lietn on the right or un
der aulc.
It will not Drop *HHches
As the needle is always set right, the blade
short and straight dues not vihutte, like oth
er ones.
Willcox & Gibbs Sewing Machine
Is run by steam at 4000 stitches |»er minute
—otlier machines only at trcm IW to 1M0,
with wifely.
They are manufactured with
recision,
ileace each part is interchangeable, and can
be readily rephiced iu case of accident.
TIIKV WILL. NtM' VET OUT OF («P^p.
We have known it intimately for several
years. Many thousands are already iu use
here, audso far as we know, not one in fami
ly use has over coat a dime to repair, or ever
leen out of order at all. They will last a
generation, if properly cared for. No sue
who has used it taut be persuaded to use any
other.
Willcox & Gibbs Sewing Machine
Works at an iubtant's notice, and never sto)«
"unaccountably." Not one operator in ten
on the Willcox and Gibbs will break a needle
or drop a stitch in a rear. The Willcox &
(jilbbsin the hatxls of any one, knows no
"skips," "«lroj»s," jumtw" ot misses,"
The roundness, evenness, durability and beau
ty of it* stitch
IVere Xever Etfiulled.
It,
ntjitdi/y, nhthlute stiUurs*. ease qf motion,
narrijum.ir und /ica'ucss of its heat were never up
^ruached
by any other machine. We can call
in any boy or girl from the street, and with
three minutes' instruction they will set the
needle, attach the llcmmer or Feller, and do
the work with entire success. A blind girt,
with the exception of threading the needle,
can do the same. Many ladies owning other
tirst-class machines, oome to our office to do
their tine hemming and fulliug, on the Will
cox & (iiblw machine.
We take other machines in exchange. We
sell Ojl, Cotton,
Silk,
Twiot andNesdlssfor
every kind of Sewing Machine.
Harnum's Selflsewer,
FOR ALL SEWINO MACHINES, $1,60.
It guides the work itself, thus avoiding the
bent |Histure and strain on tbe eyes.
Wt- attend to the repairing of all kinds of
machines.
Prices of Machines, with Hammer, Feller,
Gunge, oil Can, extra noedltis, full directions,
kc from $40 to $100.
AGEXTS WAiKTED.
Tjertns to Agents, descriptive Circulars and
specimens of work sent free by mall on receipt
of stamp, or had of
CORNELL & CO.,
P. O. Box81, 1M Like St. Chicago 111.1
J. O. WITT ED, Agent,
«tyl Chickasaw, lows.
1
CHICAGO.
POLLARD ft DOANE,
WHOLESALE
o o
TEA DEALERS,
189 ft 191 South Water St.,
CHICAGO.
*t)nr stock of every article In the trade Is
large, carefully selected, bought well, and we
SELL IA)W.
We make TEA a speciality, of which, for
variety. (juantity and quality, our stock is
unrivalled. We will your particular atten
tion to our
Unoolored Japan Tea,
JpT
"The Lift au^ Ttp leaf in Amerim
April 2, 186i.f,- .q I4mf
,f
IRON, STEEL, NAIL^. 1
Charles B. Brown & Co.
Iron Merchants,
86 Lake Stretetj
1
11
Oppwtts
TNaWt aNSS, CHICAGO*
Afcto, Vftnnfacturem of LtKm.tril's l'!it iit
SEAMLESS THIMBLE SKEINS,
AM'
Silver Polished Sad Irons.
We keep constantly on »iiil a hill assortment nf CSOdl
tn our lin*, n-bi.-ti *c «e s n, irf at tbe
Lowest Market Prices I
Iron, Steel, Nails,
Anvils, Bellows, Vise*!
.jiurJkxlcs, Springs, Bolts,
,, and Heavy Hardware,
Bent ^tock, U iils, Spokes, Felloes &c.
t.'eiK r.tl Ai'el.ts f.r tlie sitleef r.-«„«ff. 's
Aiitoniatoit Corn Plantc#^
CHAS. 1?. KUOWX &
Co.,
86 Lake Street, opposite the Tremunt IIouss,
CHIC/OO, ILL.
vr.
Wyi
WEBER, WILLIAMS & FITCH,
26 Lake Street, Chlei^o,
WHOl.KSAI.K nrALKRft IX
HATS, CAPS,
I'L'liS, etc.,
Ars now jwejiared to offer by the packng4 o#
dosen much tlie latgest, most attract
ive and cheapest std«t dtWT'
HATS. CAPS, ens.
nooi*. .»K«
llUFFALo & FANCY ROBES,
u.v
UMBRELLAS,
LA I 1KS- HATS, Ac
kc.,
To be found west of tlie sea-boanl, all of
which we can and will sell as low as any linn
East or Wert. S|H«eial attention is invited to
ur extensive stock of
Fur Caps and Ladies & Genta' Foia
ORDERS
will receive the prompt attention of owe of our
firm. WEBER, WILLIAMS 4 F1TCK.
Chicago, 8ept. 1, 186S. .. .., 38ib3
mm
imu
CHICAGO'
Jd. It makes the lock stitch, which lias
been considered heretofore by an almoet uni
versal verdict, as the only reliable one made.
We add to that the double h«k, whiih makes
it doubly sore the half and full knot stitches,
lieinga perfect knot to every stitch, which is
more durable than can be made by anv other
machine, or by hand, aud iu all cases leaving
the sUtchcs on both sides of the work alike,
The feed inay br rei'erstd ut my imint desired
«•»t/iout slajifitug the Mitciuie.
Changes for the vaiious stitches UUU* be
made while the machine is in motion.
Its stitches are the wonder to all.
The Iteauty of it is unsurpassed. I fL. I
No other covets so large a rauge of work
Sews light aad heavy fabrics with equal
facility.
The work will feod either to tks right ot
left.
Runs quietly, sews rapidly.
No diiticulty experienced in sewing across
thick seams.
Keedle more readily adjusted than in say
other uiachiue.
Tailors cannot afford to do without them.
Every family should have a "Florence."
Its motions are all positive. I
Will last a lilelitne.
No springs to get out of order.
Is thoroughly practical.
Tbe herurner the most practical in use.
lurns wide and narrow hems and will fiU
beautifully.
It braids neatly and handsomely without
the slightest alteration.
'lhe inexperienced lind no difficulty in us
ing it.
Oils no dresses, all its machinery betag on
the top of the table.
Every machine warranted,
It will substantiate ad we
Baruum's self server which guides the work
itself, furnished with each one of our Machines
free of (. barge.
Sample* ot' sewing and descriptive circulars
will lie sent to auy address on receipt of
«tamp.
Address,
FL0RINCE SEWING MACHINE CO.,
Box 'JUS, P. O.
Falesroom 124 Lake Street,
1^1 CHICAGO, nxnrott.
k S A A E N E
Agents, Cedar Falls, low*,
DUBUQUE.
f»B LARGEST
XXXJ 1LH
MJETAL AND STOVE
HOUSE
West
tf
ths Lakes and North of St. fcotis, is
that of
WESTPHAL& HINDS
Nos. 76 and 78 Main Street,
Dubuque, Iowa.
JOSOIs & STEiiL,
BLACKSMITH'S GOODS,
BUH.DE1®
BELTING,
Mechanics' and Farmers1 Tools,
*of every description
•i:. a .'•(
'm»I wlifttdver may
be
ex|)«cted in .'a
COMPLETE
HARDWARE ft IRON STORE
4
1st» be found there «t the lowest piict).
Orders NspsctftillT solicited.
WliSTPHAL k HIKD8.
AGENTS F0|'
Dubuque Shot Tower,
FAIRBANKS' SCALE®,
HERRING'S SAFES,
J. H. Manny's Reaper k Mower,
CLARK & UTTERS* CANE MILI,S.
SVAPORAT0M.
Dixon's & tJaion Store Polish
KELLOGG'S PERCUSSION CATS.
N. B.—The highest market pries paMfor
«ld Copper, Brass, Iron and Metals.
SADLER SON,
117 & 119 Main street, Dubuque,
Importers and Jobbers^1
Lamps,
Crockery,
V
Now offer their Celebrated
REVERSIBLE FEED,
Lock and Knot Stitch
SEWING MACHINES,
'lo the Public as lieing
THE MOST PERFECT,
Andadspted to more different kuels of woik
than any other J-k-wing Machine
now in Bse.
Yean have been spout in their perfection,
as tbe company were d*-teimined iw»t to )wit
their M.rhines into market until they could
f»ist.tin the assertion whidi they now make
that they are
The Best in tlie World!
The gnat quantity
of
worthless Sewfag
Machines that have lieen |a]metl off u}xn the
unsuspecting public by those without charac
ter, from tlie fact that they wete sold at a
low price. Is surprising and in view of this
state ot things, we have made it a long, un
tiring study to produce a machine that could
in no way l»c classcd among them, and tinallv
to lea.1 tb» vail of brut class !v \vlng Machines
now in use. An intelligent examination of
iU merits will show that we have accomplishf
cd our object.
1st. Some of the valuable features of this
Machine over all others Itn reversible leed,
feeding either to the light or left its perfect
reliability, never skipping stitches and the
making of four different stitches for the vari
ous kinds of work the operator ma}- wish
do.
2d It is almost noiseless—runs very fast,
and the change of the feed is made whilst the
machine is in motiou.
Glass-ware,
AVoodon-ware]
CUTLERY
i
And all kinds of House Furniihing
GOODS,
We guarantee as good figures as any kense
In the country, freight added.
Dubuque, September 39,1863.
McGREGOli.
flaxdkrs house,
Corner of Main and Fourth Streets,
McGregor,. Iowa.
Passengers arriving by the oars, can give
tfi. •fr checks to Mr. Mason, who will always
be on band ami convey their Baggage direct
to the Flanders House.
A comtiK Klious Stable adjacent to the House,
aud attentive Ostlers will take good care of all
animals put in their charge.
Stages leave this House for all points.
f«r Trv the Flanders House, Mt I regor.
i:kn3°2 O. H. FLANDER0.
NORTHWESTERS
PLANING MILL
*N»
Sash, Door and Blind
Manufactory.
Douglas, Frye
HAVING
&
Aber
lately procured new and improv­
ed machinery, including Woodworth's
Improved Planer, are now prepared to do
work
As Good and as Cheap
as any other establishment on the Mississippi.
The following are some of our prices, sub
ject to a i eduction, if others do it for less
money
Planing Lumber one side ]H.-r $2,50
Planing Lumber on two hides pr 3.50
Planing aud matching Hooring pr 3,50
Sawing flooring into siding pr
Planing aud sawiug siding pr iJoQ
We arc alno prepared Lw furnish
dash,
Doors,
"•i
lllludft, &e.)
«*4er, of superior sessmed Lumber.
Ordersfor any of the above articles solicited
audsatisfactiongiven, or
NO CHARGE.
u RIDINGu
TL00UiSG,
LATH,
SHINGLES, Ac.
also furnished to order, at short notice, and
as cheap as the cheapest. 'i:eral deduction
to the Trade.
DOUGLAS, FRYE & ABER.
McGregor, Iowa, M'rch 1863, 28yl
i i
rnmmrnJLiJiimateiimm
&
ATrntTSTUs
Watch Manufacturer and liepairer+
WBOUESALK AKD KSTA1L DSALSS I
„,¥ATCHES, CLOCKS,
Jewelry,
Silver and Plated Ware, Notions, Jw.(
McGREGOR, 10 W^.
Iff* The finest pieces
of
wateh -work dofne
for the trade at low rates.
|CT Watch Tools and Materials of very de
soription for the Trade.
"Pf Engraving neatly exectML
^lcGregor, April 4,1863
cGUFFY'8 READERS for sale
A. b. F.
ir sale ny
tf.Ui!nrrg
Rail Roads.
Dubuque & Sioux City K. R.
On Mil after Monday, Nov. 3S, 1S63, Ualas will run
as fnl'ews
tiMwii Movtm wst. Pu^iftr
Lo#ve'tvlitr |:00*.
Walerlno t*28
fUvneaiJ .T-.MI
n
Arrive at lutti|U0..
TKAttfR aovtws W
liMve lhrtiuqite.....
.Julieti
I »y
Any thing wanted in the line of
-i
A W A E
Xuuacc1*?
'tiltt') V!ji !Si. •/?.!
Tools and Stock)
iwtk
9KK)
A.
a.
SM
'JA
9:.'iil
nrte^mO'-BiCOv....... SJ8
R'iurTirt'| S:?l
Jt:.„ip .....V..... S.20
Inrt
w
JHohi'IiviIIo
ll ini
10:30
11:03
11:40
l'ili P.M.
1**»
iisao
1:50
n::
li,~M'r
^, .........
10
Dotate.ira (.'Wtfirv 10A3
EarK ille 11:12
11:40
Farley 12:10
V
Bpworth 41 v.. 13.36
Peii.-'ta 12:50
Jultaa
SdO
8fl5
-*ab
4:45
4M"
1:16
2«0
Peoria
Epwi rlli
Farley
Py^rsville ....
ftirlrille......
Delaware
Itaneli'^ter...
MaM'tiMlle,...,
Wltithrop
ind'itoi i'Hiea..,
44
Jw*iip
k rssMtver.
». freight.
S:I0A. •.
9t30
A.
a
ias
10:10
loaa
10 63
n :ia
11:40
11:lt
Wit2
S.-00
8:18
S
t«7
40
10:00
10AS
11O0
1t:«0
12:2V
........ t*a
1:47
t:«0
2:50
Ray nnnl
WaterltK,
Arrive at Oelar FalU.
Tim iruuis stop 10 tnlnntr* nt M»rebe -ter for refresh
merit.'.
»f CiWHFmow.— Pl.iifps lonrr Earlvlll.* on the arrir.tl
of tin* curs from thf Rmt. TiiMdky*. "ftitirvilay* a ltd
S-itiirit«tor Strawlierry lNijnt. Hrn-Ji (reek, KHVitte,
VTe-t t'nl'tn. Iieeonih mut Si tM«l and friwn MniH'b«H4ar
cm Moti'laj -i. W'tlniv.ta) -i and Fridays fur Strawberry
l*olnt inn! tin- nnrth.
Sta^e-leave Otar Falls daily for NVw Itartfur Ap
Knpt"ti.Maii'l t»mv, AcklP.v, Har1lii City, Inwa KaFlt,
Allien, Waller, Wli.-t»r Oty, K 'rt lie.l^e ntnl Shhix ('ity
alst.fnr.laho«v1llo. Wavfrly
.Symntw. NnHina, llradftinl,
t'Uiirlt* Cit ut.U Miuiiota.
(iKttRCE YOI'VC,fnpfrlnliwleit
J. A. 1*1*1®, General Kruptat and Ticket Agent.
Illinois t'tiilral Railroad.
mrnm
TRAINS LEAVE Dl'NLEITH
Day Ejtpress, 7 ."00 A.M., Sundays excepted.
Night Express, (J.00 M. Sat unlays excepted.
CONNECTIONS.
At Warncn with Minej-al Point Railroad for
Parlingtou and Mineral Point.
At Freepoi t. with Oalena and Cltirago Rail
Toad, for Hcarkfoni, Heloit, Janesville, Madi
fcon and Chicago also with lUcine and Mis
feisslppi Ibillroad for Beloit. .Tatiesville, Madt
tson, lhicine, Milwaukee and Chicago.
At Chicago, with all Fjtstern lines, foi De
troit, Cleveland, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, New
York, Boston. Montreal, Pittsburg, hi hide I
filiia and liaitimore.
At l»ixon, with lixon Air Line Railroad, for
Fulton. Lyons, Clinton and Cedar Rapids.
At Mendota with Chicago, Ihtrliugton and
Quint v railroad. fr (.Jalesbttrg, Burlington,
Qtiincv, Hanniktl, and St. Joseph.
At ItiiSalle with Chicago and Rock Island
Railroad, for Peoria. Rock Island, Davenport,
Muscatine and Iowa City.
At El Paso, with l»gansport, Peoiia and
Builington railroad, for IVoria & Logansport.
At Klooinuigton, with Kt. Iiouis, Alton and
Chicago Railroad, for Springfield, Alton and
St. I«ouis.
At Decatur, with Great Western Railroad,
for Springfield, Jacksonville, Naples, Quincy,
Danville and l«ifayette.
At Pnna, wiih Terre Haute, Alton and St.
Louis llailiaad, fui Alton St. Iritis, Jefferson
City, Tcire llaute, ludiaua]olis, iAiuihVille,
Citt innnti, Colnmbtw, Wheeling, Ualtiinore,
Washington and Philadelphia.
At Sandoval, with Ohio and Mississippi rail
road, for St. liOitis, Vineennes, Evansville,
Louisville, Cim innati, Columbus, Ualtiiuore,
Washington and Philadelphia
At Cairo with a daily line of steamers, leav
ing every eveuing fur Memphis sad inSenas
tdinte points.
Fur Through Tickets,
apply at the Princi|ial Station* upon tlie Du
hiiijue and Sioux City Riiilnwul. also at the
Depot at Duuleith. W. It. ARTHL'K,
Genera! Superintendent.
tf. P. JOHNSON, Gen. Ptui. Agent.
(Snlena mid Chicago nion
KAII.UOAI).
*0 I'TKH Mtl^DtV HtvH
0"
•xoafN'4
Freeport nod Dunleith Express.
Lean- Chk-^o V.-00 A. and IIM P. M.
Arrive l^ lvi.l' i* 12:55 1'. and 3 05 A M.
Arrive KiteJcfei-d....,, I "J7 1'. and JM0 A. M.
Arrive I-r-ei-irt....... iflo M. and 4:50 A. M.
ArrlTf iHink-itk 8J5 I'. M. and h.10 A. M.
and 4KX» I' M.
ItMva I'-mleitlL.,..^. 6:3t A. M.
lvmve Fre»,i*irf...i..
.10:10
A.
M. atxl 7*0 M.
I-ave Htx kt'irS 11:40 A. il. and S:42 F. M.
1/i-ave lu i iere 1" Jo I' ami Its® r. V,
Arrive Chicago 4:10 M. ami 1!MA. M.
Fulton and l«n« IJii*.
l«ire Fulfil 4HI0 p. m. and 10 a m.
Arrive at Clint 441 p. to. «ad 7:20 a. n.
Arriveat Cedar
Ka|iIn
Arrlre at surti-roiilre
.11:00«. tu.
ti-.a
p. ni.
l^*ave SUte (Voire 12:.v m.
Arrive at e lar Ka|Mlis 5 00 m.
Arrive at r'niton 600a. m. and '.cl.S p. m.
Arnvital Kulu.u ,."*Q s. m. and
E. B. T.Altil l", (,'eneral SuperiBtcndeDt.
VlttXUvK, UtDlralltti-tAiMS.
1863 Arc you going1 East? 18*4
Then secure tickets via the
JIlCHICiAlN SOUTHERN
AND
Lake Shore Rail Road Line.
Tin: imkect i »r 11 ka^twardj
Forming with its ootmecUooa the Great
Through Ronte, via
Cleveland, Dunkirk or Buffalo,
To all principal points in
Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, New
England and tlie Canadaa.
Lioaxro Oliloago,
6.00 A. M. Day Express I rain.
6.30 P. M. Night Expreas Train.
Grand Union DcikjU throughout the entire
Tine, in connection, at Ruffalo and Dunkirk,
with the New York and Erie and Mew York
Central Railroads.
Lnxnrlons 81repln^ Cars!
Accomjiany all night Express Trains through
to the Atlantic Cities
Trains connect at Detroit with Trains of the
Grand Trunk hallway, fur Loudon, Hamilton.
Toronto, liruckville, Montreal yueboc, and all
points iu Canada.
Also at fly de with Tr unsof the Sandusky,
Pay ton audCincinnat i 1 tail road, for Sandusky,
Bellcfontainc, Spritiglicld, Dayton aud Cincin
nati.
Also at Monroeville with the Sandusky,
Mansfield and Newark liailroad, for Mansfield,
Mount Vernon, Newark, Zanesville, Wheel
ing, &c.
PaNM'ngcrii decttined to
Pittsburg, Wheeling, Ilariiuburg,
Pliiludt'lpltia, Baltiinoif, Wash
ington, and all poiuts in
retiiiKylvania,
Aionld l»e j*i titular and set tire Tickets via
Cleveland and Pittsburg Railroad."
Through Tickets bp this Direct llouit,
Oan Ik? obtained at all Principal Ticket Offices
in the Went and Northwest, and iu Chicago
at the Company's Dejiot. corner of Van Htircii
and Sherman Streets, and also at the General
Passenger ottice, 66 Clark btreet, under the
Shcruutn Housei
JUH.V U. C' AMPBlSLL.Cett'lSupt. M. 9. 4 K. I
K •('. l.-d"
L.. U HI CKKR, snpt. T. R. ,ClevtHaed.
H. Nirt'l'IKUHAM, ttiipt. K. K tlevqlo
11. M. SKOW V, iii't. 1). 4 K. It Buflalo.
GKO. Mo (iRWjicn'l 1'it.v*. Agfht, (Mm uro,
HART, W*»U'rti Traveling
•WM. AM W.t.moral Agtwt,UoMi,M. If.
&
Hew Watch, Clock & Jewelry
T?l«t,«toll»lxment
-A.. E. SAWYER,
AT ST. CHARLES CITY,
HAS THE BEST STOCK OF
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
IN NORTHERN IOWA.
California or Pike's Peak Uold inanufsctnr*
eri Into any style of Pin or Ring you wish.
Watches, (.'locks and Jewelry repaired in
tb best maanor aui wanantt tl.
il
Rail Roads.
1964. URKAT 18«4.
Freight and Passenger Route
THE
MILWAUKEE & PRAIRIE OU CH1ENI.1
DrttECT ALL RAIL ROTJTB
5
a
•I'dT
FROM
H0RTHSER IOWA ft XDIRX80TA
Milwaukee, Chicago, V
0K Louis, and all Points East and Sou
{ft'
•TlfatSiSally(8«MU]rexeeptMi)!aaT0 PraiMoSa i
7'Hn A 1VT
...... 1 :1*
1:40
»:10
8:40
1S
8:43
4:30
Arrlvini?
nt Milwnnkee at 4.00 an4
fUUailUtat fhirncwat 5 4S
Chicage diru lly with frnihsfor the K»ft aud Soulh.
CVXftCTIOXS
Arc also made at .Tatipsyille fof
Btfati, Btlvidere, Frrrjmrt, l'urtaye City, Fend dw
Lie, Oshborh, lier!in. See.
Wj" (•InrW.'d ttirimi.'li from r*ra:f1f (fn
lo Htlwnuki-e, Chir.iBo, and all important |oltta Ran.
OMXlHirs TICKETS
Milwaukeeunf Chicagofi/rnix/u-d gratis byCen~
SSaiMrt livjdiHjj through Eastern Tt&-
dgtor* tv
WM .ISRVm, General JMpt.
Ktwaukee and Mississippi
RAILROAD.
Great Transportation Route.
THE MERCHANTS
And ali Business Men ttf the North- West
Will save TIME und MONEY by having their
Goods shipped by the
OLD Flt\Li:j{ nvl'TE VIK
MILWAUKEE A PRAIRIE da CH1XK.
MK roi.U)WI\U LINKS ON TIIK I.ASKS, VIS i
New \ork Central Riiilrojul Line,
«'estetnCleveland,
uftalo, nnd
mny other line.
Chicago
9th, ISfl
Line,
TransiMii tation ComiMinv, ahd
N'-rthern Tians[xrtation Company
Run in direct connection with this Road, and
all Freight arriving at Milwaukee bv said
Lines, is landed on the Milwaukee and Mis
sissippi Railroad Docks. If consigned to our
care, it is transferred to theCarn/wo/Vtaryr,
avoiding delay and saving shipping charges.
N. 15. The Detroit and Milwaukee Railway
Cotn|»any insnre all Property across Ijiksi
Michigan, and deliver freight consigned to
this IltMvl free of charge.
py- The rates of transportation from Chi
cago to the Mississippi, will be
as iotc
by
WM. JERVLS,
Oenenil Sup«rinteBdaa|.
est, Prairie du Chien.
i sstf
J. Lawlke, Al
March
UnfN States Mall airt tJtpress Route.
TIIK
ii ClCAGO, MILWAUKEE,
LACROSSE AND ST. PAUL
KAilAVAY LINJfi, s i
—VIA—
o and
A I W A Y
THE SHORTEST RAIL LINK
reach.
USE NO OTHER I
USE NO OTHER
•i-ntarn
TO Til#
EAST, SOUTH ic SOUTH-WEST.
o
CONNECTIONS
SURE. BOTH AT MIL­
WAUKEE ANH CHICAGO. Also mn
nects with the R\t'INK AND MISSISSIP
PI RAILROAD, at Racine, and with Uls
KENOSHA AKD R0CKF0RD RAILROAD
at Kenosha.
A. V. II. CARPENTER,
Gen' 1 Ticket Agent, Miiwaafeto.
I. C. GEOUGE,
Oen'l Passenger Agent, St Paul.
To the Ladies of America.
LYONS PERIODICAL DROPS,
LV0N S PERIODICAL DR0P8,
THE GREAT FEMALE RKMXDT4
THE GREAT FEMALE REMLKDtl
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS
LYOJi'iil'^RlODICAL DROPS
ARE BETTER THAN PILL01
^RE DETTER THAN PlLL«i
Lyon's Periodical lrvp* are aw
THE ONLY FLUID PRBPARATIOII:
THE ONLY FLI'll) PREPARATION
ever brought before the public, and as a diu
retic and specific for irregularities, chailengsS
the world to pnduce an equal they are ia
the most obbtinatc eases,
REL1ABLD AND SIRE TO DO GOOD!
RELIABLE AND SL'RE TO DO GOOD!
AND CANNOT DO HARM.
AND CANNOT DO HARM,
IF THE DIRECTIONS are ADHERED TO!
IF THE DIRECTIONS axe ADHERED T01
SAFE AT ALL TIMES I
SAFE AT ALL TIMES'
except when expressly forbidden in the direc
tions which are wrap)cd around each bottle,
and have the written signature of DR. JNe.
L. LYON u|Mn them.
NONE OTHERS ARB GENUINE
NONE OTHERS ARE GENUINE
BEWARE OP COUNTERFEITS!
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS I
They cure all those ills to which the female
system is subjected, with despatch and a de
gree of certainty which nothing but a scien
tifically compounded fluid prepaiation could
K
'lit
ut plus ultra
Physician.
ioow
I..., .. ... If
For my Dropg stand before the world as ths
of all remedies, for the cure
of
all diseases of the kidneys and bladder, Leo
corea, Prolapsus, and the mild, hut*positive
ourrectioo of ali irregularities.
DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON I
DO NOT DE 1MPNBED UPON I
ky those who have other preparations, which
they desire to ]silui off upon the strength of
the (Mipulurity of iny Drops, and wlio rcyoia
nieud their own nostrums, thus appropriating
to themselves the constant demaud for my
Period tail Drops, as a medium for soiling
something which is worthless and inctticieat.
But when the Druggist you apply to law not
got them, cither make him buy them for you,
or cl»c ciiclofcc one Dollar to the nearest gen
eral wholesale agent, who will return yon a
bottle by return Express.
You will thus save yourselves trouble and
obtain relief fjont the greatust Female Regu
lator of the Nineteenth Century.
Over 25,000 Bottles of this medicine hava
been sold within the last six months, and ev
ery lady that has used thcui, but tor tU0 na
ture of the cure, would furnioh us with li#r
sworn certificate of their elheacy. It takea
but one Dollar to make tbe experiment, and I
apjieal to those of your sex who are suiteiing
—will you waste away when a sii^la DoUac
will give you relief.
l're|ared and sold by Dft. Jxo. L. ItOI,
•-'Wt
Practicin
Price $1 per bottle.
Hit'// tl ilROlf
tiiH
v
V. «. CLARK & CO.,
WllOUtSAt.B Dbukjist^
New Haven, CbMC*
General Agents for United States
and CaiMdaa.
At Wholesale, by
LORD & SMITH, Wholesale Drtiggtets^
lyl 18 Istke Street, Chicago-, BL
Blanks.
ALL
the warious Bhuiks in gMeaal es,aarh
us Dewls, Mortgages, AttiKhuient Bonds,
Title Rouds, Common Bonds, Sub|Kj'nas,
Writs. Executions, Notes, Bank Cheeks, 1\ut
Receipts, Leases, Clerks' Certificates, Articles
of Agreement, Marriage Certificates. Natural
satiou l'a|iers, Rill aud Letter Hoatlingn, Re
ceipts, &c., &c.,
he.,
constantly on hand and
for sale, or printed at short notion, by
A F. 1ULDREXH.
^JROCKERY Glass Ware, I^tmps, Dining

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