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STOVES —AND HARDWARE. Oppoall* oundry k Cry’ Store, JllflH SIRIKT, Mt.VIRAL PoIT.VT, WtS. HOCKING & JENZIN. —DiLa nr- SHELF HARDWARE! IRON, STEEL, nails, STOVES AND TIN-WARE, of which we keep at all times a aOO I) ASSO RT M ENT. Wa bay oar goods for cash, and will sell a*low a ii| retail hcane In the Hate. We buy only the BEST DRAM) of TINPLATE \% |tie market. fV*’ We are both practical workmen and manufacturt* our own Tin-War*. JOB-WORK PROMPTLY DONE! We are sole agenta for Die celebrated Book ing Htuve ‘•Tl* KHLKBH.’’ made In Roaton. Give ua a call before pnrchaulng alacwbura, Thank fnl f. rtbe v* -y liberal paironmr* • e have been favor nllb In the pant b\ fair and liberal dealing we ku|)ti to merit a continuance of the same. MAH* OHDK s PROMPTLY ATTKNI‘K!> TO. May ftfttk. IHTO. zxu 37 LARGER THAN EVER IS TIIK 8T()CK;0F p. ALLEN & CO. Including Among an Immense Variety of Goods. Heat line of GROCERIES ANI PROVISIONS conalantly on hand a large tock of all kinds o( CROCKERY, Btoue | Wooden Ware, Etc., Etc., Etc, THK RICHEST JftA UKKT PRICE! Paid at all times for BUTTER, EGGS, AND ALL KINDS OF PKOD r c E ! We also keep the NOVELTY CLOTHES WRINGER. Wringers of all kinds repaired. AtiKNTS FOR James Waerack'S European & American PASSAGE EXCHANGE- Cabin and HUerape patnappMo and from nit pari* ff Kurope and Die United state* M*o to California, J mj>an, • hina, and Ausirila, Ly the heat liuoa In *\ lataiue By tlita arrangrmunt lL k* U for ftlmoai any uoim in the world can bo got from u at the very iWtai rales A 1.80 AOBNTI FOR THK 9IVDIMOX TiiriA l INSURANCE COMPANY. Tills Company takes risks nnlr nn Isolated hulld tags It Is particularly In the Interest of Farmers.— AS we Insure only sueh projterly as Is comparatively *fe, the rates are ne eassrllv nineh lower titan must aaksrs It Is a MONK Company, purely Mutual, ami perfeatly reliable. P f ALLEN &. CO. Notice to Kvery body. 4 LL persons are warned against tresspas-lng In a\ any way, either tty hunting, fishing, pleasure toAlng or otherwise, on the following de-rihed Treeuises, situated In the county of LaFayetie, ta wu ■ Th- 8. K Jf Sec. ; the west half of the N. R I. l*>e VW, J. the north half of the 8 tV ~ llte . K |of the 8 W J. and the V W y of the 8 K ♦ Of Fee 1 4 ; all In town t, range il. Iheae premises are known as tk • ■•ltahun Kami," and embrace the Winter t.reen Hill and mm h oilier grounds fremteiit cd hy parlies of s|Hirtsmen and pleasure seeker*. Jam coinpe| 1 .-i| to take this course to print'd im self Worn demsgt sand loas >.y Are ai.tl .ih.r depredntltma • maliolmu and thoughtless parlies, and trespasser, Aar this date will he punished to the luileat eitunt rT Ri law. Wn Rkßl IV. A# JJ in. 1. sw THE M'CORMICK MACHINES. B RELIABLE! Ons-Wheslsd Sitf Raking Reaps r ;? ,;■;?;>■., THE ADVANCE! *• "• ■ • "Tv ft\ y •’* a Reaping Five Feet Wide, Combined Twc-Whseisd Machine, j$ With a serrated Siekle an 1 having a sepa \ ill.-:■ rate cutter bur for Mowing. Four Fret Wide, I. f.j: -N- *’*..-> with a smooth ' dged knife. 1 lie Sickle lias I* >s motion ,or Heaping lh " Mowing. This is our leading Mwliinc. It fin braces evcr\ individual feature pf the Pri/.k Mowkr, and all the cssential features of the Rkluhlk Sklk-Ha Kf.ii. It is easily and |usck I v ei anged from a Hen per to a Mower, and em rrrsa, while it is the Simplest, ‘Lightest ami no at . RUicnt Combined Machine in the market. We have made some changes it' this machine, in view of poilccting it a lilt • more in ease of handling, operating ami durability, hut have not thonght o( trying to improve its working features, either us a Keaper or Mower; tor withontj'tjuitoidtion, we can sav that the Advunee mastered the grain and crass crops in 1870 as no other combined Self Haker did. and has in three years’ growth advanced to the trout, and to day is what her name indicates—the advance of all others. Mineral Point, Wis., March 30th, 18il. To the People; Aa the time approaches when von who are not supplied will wish to purchase a RKADING OK MOWING MAUDING, allow ns to call vour atten tion to the McCOUM l<’K MAf'lllNKS, partially described above. We are the oldest M anufnctnring House in the trade. Me still keep our Machines in a 'fit or mis youth, and this year wo ii.ternl to and monstmte that we have advanced far ahead. of all others in lntiMe improvements, perfect workmanship, and conplete adaptation of our machines to the wants of this progressive ace '* e can say nothing about our Machines that others, having poorer machines will not he will ing to say about theirs; hence wo solicit *t caREKI l and ciimcM, inspection of our machines, and a thorough trial of them alongside of any others through the en tile haying and harvest, the purchaser agreeing to keen and pay for the one suit ing him the best. Indeed, we court a free and thorough trial of them, ns the only true test of our claims to superiority It is a sale plan to hew.ire ol machines that you cannot get leave to try at your leisure. IUJSf-M'l 1 General Traveling Agent, Mineral Point, Wis. For Jif*criptivo Circular and Price Lists. >nd our ADVANCE NEWSPAPER! Address, Messrs. Bkkwkr & Pknhalleoon, Local Agents, or (’. 11. RUSSELL, General Traveling Agent, Mineral Point, Wis. •*> F OUR E P AIU P A R T ST* Address, or call upon the following parties at the following places: Brower & Pcnhallcgon, Mineral Point Wis. Fisher Brothers, Fennimore, “ 11. H. Fitch, Darlington, “ A. 15. Blanchard, Blanchardville, “ B. Dodge, Arena, Gerber & Bro., Spring Green, “ Jacobs & Burns, Linden, 11. Beach & Cos., Prairie du Chien, “ Thk Highest Price Paid, in Cash, for CATTLE, HO 08, And all kinds of Farm Produce. RUSSELL BREWER & PENHALLEGON. Mineral Point, Wis., March 30th, 1871. —LMf POST OFFICE BOOK STORE Blank Books, School Books, Toy Books rtiul Gift Books, CIRCULATING LIBRARY Wall Paper, Curtain Paper, Rustic Shades, Cords, Tassels and Cornices, Gold Pens and Albums, Pocket Knives, Pic tures, Cards and Portfolios, Writing Paper, Envelopes, Inks and Pens, Daily Papers, Magazines, Novels, &c., at not Post Office Book Store. i*. i.iuitiAri;. M't.ttl r.b 1,1*71. 1 >*• When Senator Sumner was vigorously opposing the San Domingo scheme the Democracy were almost ready to fall down and worship him—he was a great g ate*man, and the “noblest work of God, an honest man. 1 Since then he has seen fit to ad-oemo and vote for the hill for the punishment of the Ku Klox; and the Democracy now declare that, he is a dem agogue, an inconsistent partisan, hound up with prejudices; that he has ea en his own words. With your true Demo cratic writer and speaker, every one who says or does aught that is damaging to their party is narrow minded and unwor thy of confidence: while he who says or ; and es arjvthin; which may. even indirect- ( Iv.contribute to the success of their party , is a great anti good man. How valuable the 1 commendations ol such persons, and how terrible their denunciations! S*V? The ••Devil” of a newspaper in Vallejo, Cal,, recently stepped into i dry goods store to negotiate for a cap. Not h .vin r the pecuniary consideration about his clothes, he told the trader to charge it to him. Trader entered the account upon his books to Satan, and the other day when | t.be bill was presented (which read "Satan, ! Dr., to 0. 1’ Van Sehenck, f->r one cap, !*1 ’) “Dev.” remarked: ‘ You charged it to Satan, did von? Well, just go to h—ll and collect it!” A NrisanCE.—The hußhaml?, fath ers, big brothers and “cousins” of ladies of this city, cry out against Charlie Lanyon severclv, for keeping in his windows those handsome traveling l ugs, which allure the Indies in and heat the gents out of their money. Happily the nuisance is being rap idly abated. Charlie’s stock i growing sin ii 11 or every day. " 'While all our enterprising mer chants are singing the praise* of their ■pring stocks in clarion notes don’t forget that Wm. Tensdale sells the genuine Rich. a nison boots and shoes, which are acknowl edge superior to any store boot in the market. 17 The piles of boxes in front of Gun dry A Gray’s grow larger every day, though half a dozen busy hands are striving to get them out of the way. They all contain new goods, or have just been emptied of goods. Thu United States Supreme Court at Washington, has decided the constitution alitv of the Legal Tender act. The Judges stood sto 4. Narrow escape! To our Patrons. At one time w e had concluded to discontinue the flourishing ad* vertising system in relation to Coffins, believing it to he in bad taste ; but, we are sorry to say we are again compelled to come before the public, and condemn the wood coffins being so freely palmed off on the people aa air tight. We (juarantee every coffin sold by us. as airtight, completely so, and to emit no odor, No other wood coffin can he so warranted. To the Public. 1. Will yon Imrv your friends in perishable or imperishable Common wood coffins? 2. Onr Patent Coffins are made at prices within the reach of all. 3. For preservation, transpor tation, and for depositing in vaults, they are unequaled. 4 Why use a common coffin when you can gel fur the same money one of onr patent coffins ? 5 Come and see the evidence and testimonials by the hundred in favor of coffins. 6. No extra charge for air and water tight. 7. Wo warrant all of onr 16 different stylos of coffins to give full satisfaction, or the money will he re'unded. • 8. Our hearse, the neatest one in this vicinity, sent free of charge to tbos** who patronize us. 0. What Metallic Cases wo have on hand we sell at first ' cost Furniture, 1. We keep ns usual a full and complete stock of all kinds of Furniture, which we will sell as low as the lowest. Wnre-roorns on High street, next door below (iundry’s, and on Fountain street, near Lan yon's Foundry. EILINGEN& BROIHEB. Mineral Point, March 7, IST 1, 10 tf. ftf %SOX A II liUMH Cabinet Organs and Meladeons. ThrlnftMirrifni are well known to 'be puhll; lo Deed commendttW. warrant every lntru ißcul *• five perfect . P A I.LKN i CO. J. 11, CARTWRIGHT, WATCHMAKER JEWELLER and dealer In SILVER AND PLATED WARE, WAT’DAES, CLOCKS. JEW ELLERY. GOLD PENS, FINEST CUTLERY, TOILET ARTI CLES. NO TIONS, AC. Also agent for the Celebrated FRENCH ACHROMATIC L_e NSESI ground accurately to fit the patent accommodating SPECTACLE AM> EYE CLASS FuAJILS* Ol Cold, silver, Ifliie Steel, Itiilthor and SUell. 1 hare the file "I establishment of the kind wllhb one hundred miles, to which the attention of the put* lie i< i vlted A'l poods warranted the a repre seined. t< pn Irlit;; "f watches, ( locks.etc. dun* oitjslioi t notice, and satisfaction guaianleed, J. 11. t'AHTWHICHU* High St., Mln’l I”t, Jan 1371. My LUMBER! james hutchinsom, (Office opposite Ptraelians w arehouse.) K-epa always on liana for Sale a large stock ol Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Blinds, 'anil all materials usually found In an exlenslv* IjUMBIin Y AUDI Buyers are Ini He I to examine our stock and pr J-jiyVard near the Depot. Weighing Scales, rear of Office. Ixn29lj, MaviiN"ol) now dost, now restored. . ust pullishoil liy Or. IK Vis, pages 1 Third Kiiilion. T E LliD'A!. I’d II’AMON AND (itilth; ,I> i.EAl.’l H, on the radical cure of Spec niHii.nli I 11, or Seminal W eekno-s, tnvolunlar, '■'em lu 1 houses, Impolency, Mental and Hliyslcsl loca pacliy. Impediment* lo Murrhißo. etc , and the Veil „i:d s,plii:nlc naladles, with (dein and snupla I direct lons for Oie speedy cure ol >eoondary Bymp- I toms, tlonorrlio a, Ole t, Strlctur a, and all diseases lOt tin-skill, such as curvy. Scrofula, I leers, Hulls, Hlotche* and i iiii|des on ihe face and body. Cut suinidlon, tplUpsy, ond Kits, Induced by sclfindub gence or soxuai extravagance. Ihe celebrated auihor of this admirable Trends* clearly demonstrates from a forty year** successful practice, that ihe aluimii g coma ijuenee of sell abuse may be rad tally cine ; pointing cut a mode of euro at once simple, certain, and I If- el II<i!, by mean* of winch every sulVert-r no matter whal Ids condition may he, car. he tfleslually cured, cheaply, privately and radtea ly. f Iff* I his hook should be in the hands of every mao in the land Sent under seal In a plain envelope. Price tie cents. Address, Dr. Lewis, No. 1 beach -treel, New York. 14-6 m LEGAL ENTEPRRISEI SIOO,OOOO. GIFT FESTIVAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC. Omaha, - - - Nebraska. MAY 25, 1871. Ix Aid of a Public Library. Tickets, Two Dollars Finch—Coupons One Dollar Kach . GUTS TO BK AWARDED; 1 Cash Gift •*•l3 1 Cash Gtfl 5-2} 1 Cash Gift 1 • *'h Gift i 'ft Y 2 I Cft h Gilt 1 * Hh (lift • , (Ml a 1 Ch-*li Gift 1 Cash Gift '(3 1 Cash Gift. ‘,^o I Otwb Gift 1 UHBB Gift |' h 4 1 * anh Gift • j • Caati Gift, •" ,'nflO I Cilfh Gift i IH iO 1 Cnh Gl t .... 16 Cn*h Gifts, |MX each 1 * nsh Gifts, f*26o each f fiJJ -0 Otsh Gifts IP** each i 60('iuh Gift*. |SO each ••••* 100 Ci-h Gilt, s3otaoh PHi Cush G'rts, s2* tnrh i* Imi| 1,01 *0 Gash Gift*. $lO each,... l,oO()CatOi Git tv, $5 each * - 2,810 Gifts, amouDtlngto Which will he distributed by the Matoul Aid A***’ elation. enterprise will be eMidooted ileelvs.mil rto that of tee late Grand ( ’m * n J of the • ttt ' A NTi f.E LMIRvKT AUd' >CI ATI • San Francisco, which Kve such L'nivefSal Sail*' For full particnlar* address. „ . , k . LYFOKD* CO., Omaha, Office Caldwell Block. 1 FOR SALE OR REST. i rW’HF nnderslicned offer* tor sale or renl _? n 1 I terras, the farm desclhed as follow*: The 8- ■ }of the N F t and the >. W. 1 oO he h. , 'eellon 14, Town ft, Range S, situated near * ’ • i I 'ulre plane, In the town of Mineral Point, a miles Vr. Of I 1 literal Point City, ami **'. , mil s front Dolgerllle. One forty inuWlt D ' ' fair hou*on ttie premises; abundance of food tier, and an excellent hay bottom. For further IP tic tars, terms, cte., enquire of James ulao i Lim.en, or of me. i MART HATSWt'jr Linden, ATI*., March t, 1871.