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- • Miner. IPoint. Friday, April 25, IS7O. Xjocal Items. A license to sell liquor in Loailville costs 6500. John (Iray is in the Fast purchasing goods. Many of the hoys going West sub scribe for the Dkmoi'uat. “Flack leg" is a prevalent disease among Grant county cattle. The state llonuepathie Medical society meet at Janesville in June. Samuel Goad. Jr. started for Denver Colorado, on Tuesday morning hist. Have you seen the tine display of goods in Heller’s windows V Thomas Goad has gone West to his brother. N. G. Goad, of I’attersonville lowa. W. T. Goodhue, who was the first mayor of Heloit, died at his home in that city, on Saturday last. The town of Kendall has anew bridge to construct at Ausley's Ford on the Fecatouica river. Geo. Mitchell, late harness maker with T. Priestley, started for Denver, Colorado, on Monthly morning. The Grant Comity Herald has been enlarged from an eight to a nine col umn paper. It is a good newspaper. liiclnud Hughes, eldest son of Mr. Hubert Hughes of this city, has gone to lowa to make that state his home. The Dunleith people are talking of changing the name of their town to Fast Dubuque. Scarlet fever in some localities of Illinois, hits assumed the character of it malignant plague. Jos. 11. Oxnam, Into dork in tlie Post Oliioo left this oilv on Tuesday lust, for Sacramento City, California. James Crawford, of this city, start ed for Canton, Dakota Territory, on Monday, whither he goes to take charge of a printing odiee. Trotting appears to be as profitable ;i business as any in lids country, (ioldsniilh Maid has cleared Sh'io.ooo in ten years. Wolf hunting has sprung into fash ion near Sparta, three of the animals being hunted down and killed this week. A young couple of lender years eloped from Fond du Lae the other day. He was 10 and she was la. The Wisconsin State Agricultural board have decided to hold the next annual fair at Madison, September s to to. Willie llastian, of this city started for liushford, Minnesota, on Monday last, where he will meet his brother James. Richard lloare is breeder of the choicest grade of Plymoth Lock Chick ens to be found in any western stale. — Trinbne. 1!. 11. Williams of Cross Plains, is closing out his stock of goods with a view of removing to Canton. Dakota Territory. ()u Tuesday evening April gsth. a ball will be given at the City Hall for the benefit of Mrs. Landrigan. wliose house was destroyed hy lire a short time ago. Our liepuhliean exchanges have been so busy talking about the "Hebei lirigadiers" that they have forgotten that Decoration day will soon he upon us. .V young man named ISennctt was run over by a freight car near I'enni more, (Irant county, last Sunday and died almost imnnV'ately. A table is published elsewhere, giving the number of failures for the lirst quarter of tie* year IST!>. It is as’ stated, Hie first healthy showing sent out since 187"., We are under obligations to Mr. Jas. Ilyan of Ridgeway, for late copies of the Eureka Daily Sentinel, published by Cassidy & Skillman, at Eureka, Nevada. Mr. Ebon Sylvester, lias purchased the residence of Mi. tolin Jackson, on Dodge street, and intends to greatly, improve it. The Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad, is to be extended dur ing the coming summer from Patler sonville, lowa, to a point in Dakota one hundred miles West. William Rluck, a farmer 71 years of age, living near Readshury in this Slate, while working near a small creek, was seized with a lit, fell into the creek and was drowned before help could reach him. Michael Ribbons, of the town of Mifflin, had Ned. Jones of that town, arrested and brought before Justice Tramel.of this city on Tuesday last, for breaking down Ribbons gate and cutting up other capers about bis premises. Justice Trame 1 . discharged t lie case. Ur. C. W. Moffett. Dentist, nephew of J. B.& C. R. Moffett, who has been visiting here for sometime past, has decided to locate in this city and in a few days will open an office over Osborne's jewelry store High Street. He comes well rscommended and we bespeak for him a liberal share of patronage. Mrs. James Giddy, of Darrel Town died on Tuesday. Her remains were interred in the cemetery west of this city on Thursday. Avery large pro cession followed to the grave. The Muscoda News says that Thomas Allen has sold the Centerville ere crusher, and joined a company of eastern capitalists in the erection of works in Milwaukee for the manu facture of hue white from day-bone. Fast week we chronicled the death from diptheria of a young child of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hopper of Linden. Since that time they have lost another child from the same disease. They have the sympathies of very many friends in the affliction. The Odd Fellows of this city will' 1 celebrate the noth anniversary of Odd Fellowship, under the auspices of Amelia llebekah Lodge, No. :57. at their hail this Friday evening. The Kev. M, Hatch is expected to deliver I the address. The late cyclone at the South proves to have done immense damage loj ■crops and other property in certain* portions of Mabama, but bounded over the entire State of Georgia, j leaving comparatively few traces of I its destruction. Its most terrible and 1 fatal force was spent in South Garo : lina. llev. A. W. Seabrease, delivered an excellent lecture upon the subject of temperaanee, in the Gity Hall on Sun-, day afternoon. The lecture is spoken of by all who heard it as one of the very ablest given during tin* Sunday I afternoon meetings. In speaking of! the lecture the Tribune says: “The I best and most logical arguments yet produced by these meetings were clearly brought forth, which will bear fruit in the future. The lecture is llatteringly commented on, and has an admirer in every person present. Ghieago Morning Herald: Hob In gersoll lectured here last evening to a thin house. The Academy of Music was not over one-tilth tilled. About 200 only wen* present, and many of these were dead-heads, free tickets being very generally distributed during the day. The cash receipts were much less than the expenses. Ingersoll fails to draw in (his State. The Democrats refuse to attend his lectures on account of his former tierce denouueiations of them and their party. No orthodox religions people go to Ins lectures, so his audi ences consist only of intldeK v, ho are radical Kepnblicans, and a few broad minded people of all seels and polities, who go simply to hear thewitand s orator, without any sympathy for hi teachings. That stirring woman Mrs. Kissell, is ready for the summer ehmpaign of ls"n. She js well established in com* modious quarters, in IF S. Planer's old stand, and is prepared to sell gro ceries. candies, fruit, etc., to serve up refreshments in her dining rooms in a manner which will still improve her well established reputation in this line, and to furnish day and week boarders with good meals and com fortable lodgings. .Married. At tlu’ residence of tin* bride’s par ents, on Thursday, April 171 li, |s7P, Mr. Win. .1. Penhallegon, to Miss Mary I’.. Co\, both of tills city. Key. •I. Hewitt ollieiating minister. At St. Phillips ciiureli. Highland April liiid, by Uev. S.Trant, Mr..lames I). Aide In Mi ss Mary ('. Fort 1; both of 11 ighiand. llnstie chairs at IJishop A Naeolas’ Inniitiire store. The’re nice. Pmmixi..— A large stock of boots and shoes for the Variety Store. 25 per cent saved by buying your 1 loots and shoes at Hie Variety Store, j Moots and shoes in endless variety at Heller's, and at prices that will i suit everybody. Call and see. .1. I. Case, of liaeine, purchased nine thorough-bred horses at a recent sale in Kentucky. Adolph Appel keeps his hairclipper at work. If you want a “clip" call on him. Call on Mishop A Nancolas, and they will show you something nice in the furniture line. 00 cents will buy a eorsett at the Variety Store worth ©i.a.'i, Mrcen appels by the barrel at Kinnie A Spratler’s. Mrsir Lesson- —Miss Ague-. F. Strong, teacher of singing and piano, will be pleased to receive more pupils. A large line of new styles of suit ings, ranging from 8 to 20 cents a yard just opened at Heller’s. Also the choicest lot of prints and ginghams. Dont forget the boots and shoes at j the Variety Store after May Ist. S. Happier will sell and deliver: Minimum's Bottled Beer at l-'c per! bottle; also Aigall’s Stock Ale at 2nc ’ per battle. Call, after May Ist. and examine the new stock of boots and shoes at the, XOVKI.TV STOKE. Two good second hand sewing ma ■ chines, for sale by Birely A Son Payable in hay or wood. Head and you will know, that you can buy boots and shoes at the Variety Store after May Ist. Hats worth SI.T2, said for St.to at tho Novelty store. SoMKTtltNo N U'K. Those Hast a' chairs at bishop ,x Naneolas. fimr ture store. .V tine lot of cultivated eranl*eivies : it.’ tiuarts for St.oo- at Kiunio >\ Spra tier's. The Chippewa i-s is a tax list that contains about tU.tXHi descriptions —the fee for publishing of which is i nearly Ss.ooo. The (}mvn Ann. ami Fast Lake styles of furniture at bishop A Nancolas.' W.vxtki'. Hy two gentlemen of liberal means and of high social si and- ( ,ing, two lady eorrespomlei. o between the ages of seventeen and twenty-one. j Aildress, I’. V. Herevereanx and W, Stoops. Madison, Wis. Han't fail to call on bishop \ , Naeolas and examine their elegant furniture. He sure to call for Hr. Marshall's bung S\ rttp if yon are troubled with 1 a bad cough or cold. It relieves after j taking the first dose; price via cents; sold by all druggists. Joseph CoeK is coming, but Heller's 1 ladies and misses trimmed and vmlrim-' mod Hats are here already, and they ■ are selling fast, as they are elegaui i ' and sold v ery elieap. John Horn is shipping potatoes to Chicago at tho rate of two ear loads per week. He wants several mote 1 ear loads id fust elass potatoes, lor which he will pay the highest market price. Am \x rAnt s Hii nut'. The ad vantages in the use i. Hr. I’lice’s special Flavoring Extracts are decid ed as they are put np in tint ties of full ni'asure; made from the true fruits ati I aromatics, \\ it limit posiomuis oils [ or ethers, pure and true. bV t'Ai.I.INH AT Hl'l.l .F.K’S ! FOK A Sl’Xsll AHF, I >ll A HAT VOl Wild. NO f ONI.V HAVM A iI. AUtiKH V All IF. i'V I'D SKI.F.FT j FIIOM. HIT VOl Wild, Al.sU | s A \ F. FIIOM ON K TIM HI) TOON F. HALF IN IMIIFF. i Mothers need luii he awake ! nights ly their ueeessant eonghing of their children if they have Dr. Mar shall's I <ll Syrup at hand, and sive one or two doses in season. I’riee only -Jo cents; sold hy all druggists. Ik AM V M.r I1 I the lest illlUliy of eminent chemists, and sagacious medical men, is of any value. In-. I’rice’s ('ream linking I’owder is the most perfect made. These men o( standing in their professions, not only recommend its use, lint endorse it hy using it in their own families. Noth a-:. I am now n-ady to do all kinds of teaming, and will furnish rock, sand ami lime on short not let 1 . All orders left at Penrose's meal mar ket will he promptly attended to, "-in Ihnnn.r .11 1.1 AN. A I'Aii.rni:. Any attempt to pro duce a perfume in this or any other country that can surpass Dr, Price's I rniipie Perfumes, w ill proven failure, ] for Dr. Price's perfumes areas fresh I and sweet as ths (lowers from which j they are made, and cannot he improv ed.' Tiki; Noth i;. All persons lonnd passing through or in any way tres passing upon my farm situated west of the city of Mineral Point, desvribed as lie'j see. a.'i, and ll W 1 ,ol nw'isee. an, will he prosecuted to the (nil ex tent of the law, as 1 am continually annoyed hy having my gates left open and allowing my slock to stray from the premises. if t <;11 Pun rips. timid Rnller. Tim nicrcliaiit id' Ilarliiiglon j have addressed an article to the • hutter-inak' is who sell Imtter in Unit city. The merchants have j united Tor the purpose of improv ing the quality of the hitUer mar keted tin-re. The Democrat thus speaks of tin- plan and how it is to he carried out. —"An experienced man will he employed who will he on tin- street- during business hours, and whose duty it will he to inspect all Imtter offered for sale, and a market value upon it, and that price only will he allowed hy our merchants. There are two great | objects to he gained, and they are; ! for the consumer good butter, and for the producer good prices, and ! these ar important ones. The per-' t son who makes the sweetest butter,! with the least hair and lard in it, I will command the best price. It will also open up a competition! among the butter-makers, and each one will strive to make butter supe rior to bis or ir neighbor’s. On May Ist this “new departure" will 1 go into effect, and after that date all! butter will be graded. We know I our merchant# will be sustained in I this. —by all lovers of sweet butter, j at least. —and we hojsj it will be 1 the means iff bringing that indig. i pensable article up to that sweet- 1 scented standard of excellence to' which it so justly beloiige." Mimt. m rotxt, April 14th, tS7;\ l'ho 00-j>artuorship heretofore exist ing under tho linn name of Sehaeffer vV Wasley. is hereby dissolved by ntn- Uial consent. The accounts of said linn have Ivon divided, each member of tho firm is empowered lo receipt in settlemer . of accounts. which thev respectively lu'lil duo tho old linn. .losn'ii Son u in r. .ttMw John \V vsi.r.v. S, oda! Seeds ! ('.anion soods of ovary v ariety, suit al'lo fortius clhnato, for salo at low price.' <t i'r. .1.11. Vis ians. City Property for Salo 1 otl'or for salo ;nv property on .lor usaloiu street oonsistlr.it of my house and lot. cabinet shop, and barn. A Stood bargain oan bo had by calling soon. Mio, Jos. V'i i iadl'N, State of Wisconsin t’ountx Omul I'm lent County In Crot'nto Notice it* hereby civ*n th*%t at a *p cUI term of tho low* County Court, lo be bold in end in HkUl count v. at tho*t'our t lion* e. in tho \ il ol Doduivillc. n Hvd county, on tno '.Vth nai it Ma\. A. I', being tho third Vnraday of n*id month. at cm* o'clock in the afternoon i*l i aaid day. the t'oliowinj; mailers will bo hoard Hiid conaldi rod : Ihe application of Kllon McMahon, for tho ! Appoint inert of an administrator of the estate of I’atruk McMahon, Into of the city ol Mlucial I point, in said county, deceased. And it it* iniilnr ordered, that public notice thereof be given to alt poison'* tutcreated by , a cp> (th f order for three week* , micccmmi* ly prior o aid day of hearing. tu the lowa County Pcmocrat. a weekly newspaper cticulatinc tn and county, l*v i ider of the court. JOHN V U>NKS, .Indue, Drttod Doduovillo. Wif. April SUb, ts;i FOHBOLOSUHK SALK. , State oi Wisoonsin low a i onnt\ Ch onit t'oiui. Louisiana Mad.lin, Plaintiff. against llarvox S, Kom's, Sarah Kcxcs.his w ifo\,l. A, ila aid.and 1.. A. Ilishop, IVl'cn hints. Notice i- lu'ii I>\ given that h\ vlrtiu' of ami pursuant la a ,jndg im-iit of foreclosure am! sale ren dered in Iho above entitled action in ■'ini lowa (’ouulv firenit ('mill on tlio 1 h day of April. A. If ts7s, 1 'vill expose for sale ami soil at pnhlio auotion to 11 10 (ugliest hiihlor for oasli. at tho trout iloor of Iho t'ourl llouso in the village of Hodgeville, in saiil t'ounty. and Stale, on Tuesday, the ■J7lh day of May, A. If isfe,at g o'clock in tho afternoon of said day the fol lowing doserihod mortgaged premises, or so much thereof as shall no nooos sary to raise the amount id'said judg ment, interest, ousts, and cost of sale, to-w it: Lot No. eight (s', and that pari of lot No. fifteen i l.Mdeserihed as follow s: t'onnneneing at tin* south westerly corner of said lot No. I.\ thence east erly along Fountain street thirty the feel, thenee northerly on a line ■ arallel with the West side of said lot I No, to the northern houndary ! thereof, thence westerly along the; northern houndary line to the north-i West corner of said lot No, r>, thence southerly along the west line of said lot No, i:, to the place of beginning; all of said lots being In hloek thirty one (til) Strong and others addition to the village mow city lot Mineral I’oinl. t’ounty and Mate aforesaid. Haled Sherill"s olllee Ihidgevllle, lowa County. Wiseonsln, this sth day of April. A. If tsln. lilt >M AS lU.ACKN K\ . Sherill lowa t'o.. Wis. llrsiiv Smith. Attorneys for riainlilT. 4 |CITY HAKI'RV AND PA RM i:\is DINING HALL, Of .Mineral Boinf. 11 i' ll \ Hukcrv mu! added much n w goods to it. I mu ii w tfcll |'ii par* and '• Hiipply the public f mill ( IIOK 1C AM) MIKSII < j not m:ri its, i TKAS, COI'TKF.S, Am. ut wry low pricci* —ACCOMMODATIONS roll— Day Boarders a Specially And r.nmrr* vlll also find tills n roiifenleut mid f plurt? to *top for menl*. be In# In tin* midst *f Ijufliivm bout*cm. AMI’LK MAUN ACCOMMODATIONS! For (enm*, In tlwsu connfctJon. - ■ irr *" ■ “ nr liuttor iiiirl 'wanked at nil times. for wblrb the Highest Price in trade will lie given. Next door below Onndry A Gray. ! I). DROWN. Mineral Point, April 21, JKi'L L 5. LOOK OUT FOR i Bargains in Millinery! MISS L A AIR! ALL (1m returned from riff*;-. wllb a magnificent .lock of Ml LI. IX FRY Of the Latest Style. s and i Patterns. A nd lUTlui! bought eben* lot cun, 1- prepared U> Mil t lowt Bring price, lUt. and Bonnet* trimmed bjr A PIKHT- | 1 CLAHB CHICAGO trimmer, rblch HIM Argali ■ l.i. tngi'/ed (or Ibo eon. CHAMPION Reapers and Mowers! •■'2 Host l\i';t|'i't's itiul Nloavc rs iiv the* N\ orldl Tim Most t’oinplele Meehanistu. IVrteeted alter Years of Study t>y Talented Inventots, As (train ami (irass I 'utters they have no Kijiial. ami the Kea|>er is acknowledged hv all t" h" The Boss Flax-Cutter. When all others failed many h'anners hail to borrow Champions to cut their Max cuts il wet or dry. green or ripe. . llso tho Star Corn /'/(tutors, .McDermott, Covham <tni/ .lento Sulk'!/ Cultirntors . .U Thompson's Su/k'i/ (tn</ Stuhh/o /'lows. St ro fin an /'/nit's. At,SO AiiKNT KOU BUFFALO PITTS AND IVIASSILON THRESHERS. UKI’.MUS for all the above machines for salo. 2 v *—W nrolionse near nei'ot. -\. H. D IdKIUH. SPRING OF 1879! nkw (iooi)s iron tiih: SPRING TRADE J tisl. A cci vml At GUNDRY & GRAYS. Lower Prices than Ever Before Offered in lowa County. i CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK AND PRICES AND.BE CONVINCED. (UTNDKY Sd and KAY. ol'ilio li<r Dou. JV*. B.— II 'c make a Special!a of COTTON GOODS, . hid o f Brices that cannot he undersold. Mineral Point, Wis., Mardi I, 187.). G. A; O. p I)k.Pbick*s s CREAIvj BAKIN G pfwp) lUYOBmC ("owiiji S^jpflramrs: Eminent Ohemiets and Physicians certify that these goods ore free from adulteration, richer, more effective, produce better than any others, and that they use them In their own families. rm nmfm>n UNIQUE PERFUMES *ro the Orm* of all Odor, II K MM I H \ TOOTHENE. An agreeable, hetillbful Lh|Uld Dentifrice. IT I I illllij U LEMON SUGAR. A substitute for Lemon*. 011,1 AIAVJJ M EXTRACT JAMAICA GINGER. From the pure root STEELE A PRICE'S LUPULIN YEAST OEMS. , The lift !>ry Ilo v itatl in th World. STEELE & PRICE. Manfrs., Chicago, St. Louis & Cincinnati.