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THE PLAIN DEALER
ME^.D & BHOWN, Editara.
Friday, Jane 15,1866.
Local Column.
Now Oregon is full cf strangers
aVjut those days as uny of oar people
may bo convinced by calling at Cole's
hotel of an evening. They ore nearly
All
in
search ot Cresco. What they will
do?flltai/
find it-\&
not certeio, but
from their anxious look and determined
nioin, wo piesume they intend !iusi« ess
Ben Oflfan has a quantity ofpicklc for
cucumbers on the v.ay to New Oregon
titrother & Kirkpatricl: have a lar^e
-«lUBMtily of get da ei. tho way from
'Okicag which will arrive in a by or
two. E v!y in the month of April the.
-Huibl
ett Bros were about, to buy a lt
k-f spare sorts from the McGregor News
Bicc with which to start a first CIJSS
paper in Decorah. Tough.on the voil
»B0or:cd and new material of ?•tiro Re
publican office. -There has born ».
speck of war" over in Aluinakoe
"countyover the question of forcible
11 moviil of the county rccords to Wau"
cr. the I^nsin^iteg being the victors
Having recently "circulatcd about'
through Mich., Wis, southern 'Minn.*
and northern Iowa, we are enabled from
actual observation, and inquiry, to
i .'oort the prospect of an abundant crop
u* highly flittering.
Mr. P. Wallace ha- op^nt .1 :i
i:t \v hold at Cresco, the place of
ne*v ".vn on the McGregor
"Weiteni 2?aihvuy, v htre lie is
prepared to render proper atten
tion to the wants of his patrons
Peter Haafhns put up a "Pigeon
oler' billiard
:ile
at his saloon
i a this place. 'i 'ae thing appears
,obeve:y i.-opiilar and rims coi
ai.iiit.ly. it is in-unated that a
'e,»iil!ion party will- be given at
'ip.sco depot on the evening of
»t:ly 4tii. The building (30
:'v- by 120) .m
UI
v: C'.-C o:l SUC-h UU 0
•v :ivt muusuraU
ty by
..if ill v
Hiilgi y i!'vs itit some Rj/e
this a[ is 110 use to us.
'idge, printers don know how
1.» ust1 c. The store recently oc
upied by Cowai Scliellenger &
we are informed has hem
rented to a gentleman wh i to
:5)ut in a lull stock of bv.it.- mid
shoes,in a few day-- On L.v •)'],
r*f July the Maso.n order v.e
lay the corner stone cf t!:
Mannnicnt in the ci:y of Chi*
»cago. Preside nr. in son and
•Secretary Seward arc to be pres
ent.
!h' CScjin.v'i- has a fall »isl c»nip!«te
•stock nr fjoo'.ly fipprrt lining the «lni^
trndo. Ha ako keeps Iho bust cig»rn
tri to'vn. and too ch MCi*st of canned
^fruits of all kfnls. Elsewhere our re ulvii
will rind advertisement of J. C- Baker
doider in dry goods, ^roeerias, rea lv
!:-i!e clothing at C'utifver Ion* i.
^e shall publish the proceedings
the June -session of the Boarl of
rvisors next, -week, if furnished by
clerk in tirue.
Howard of the Now Oregon
Mouse givrs a cotillion party on
the evening of July 4th. He
will give good satisfaction to
rliose attending.
Tlie rush still continues at Pierce.
Mi'eloll &. Piene'd for £ouls. They
ar« ting a re»idy pay business. aiil
invite all such customers to call and
examine go ids and pi ices- They have
the most ex'enpive stock of dry goods,
clothing, cloths, fancy dieas goods,
hosiery nnd notions ever brought into
this market.
Pierce, Mitchell vfc Pierce wish us to
aay to nil indebted to them, to call nt
once and pay up. By so doing they will
avoid the reception of more unpleasant
notices than this.
S —Tlwy except no one that is
i»d^bed.
N. —In a few dnys ihry wilt pub.
Jieli the namps nf the dt'Unqnentst with
ibodmottutethejr are severally indebted
MRS. f. O. PEESTON,
Would announco to the pooplo of VER
NON S1'K1NJS and vicinity that she is pre
pared to do
Bleachin
Pressing,.
I'K'
Sit at
ol i)iV'ie'
ft
j\fr.«. T. O. Preston of Vernon
givt's notice in our paper
week of her readiness to
end to the calls of those need
millinery -or dress making.
Trimmip-g,
and all other kinds of Millinery work in the
moist approved style.
Also, 1) rcss-Makin g, Cutting,
Fitting, and Fancy Stitching done
on short notice. (31 tf
Vernon Springs, June 14,1866
Headquarters!
Fftlt
DRY GOODS,
BOOTS'* SHOES,
nEA n V MADE CT OTHINO,
li.iT- & I'APS.
CUO. KKIIY.
GROCERIES,
Sic., &e.
i»t the Store of
J.
C. Bake a*,
«©®:0©¥3S, B8WJ5.
Where can be purchased Goods
of every description at prices 40
defy competition.
ThoS'j desiring any ai-ii«do no'- llani at
tht-iv local pb'.cf^of trade v. ill do well to call
at tli0 HEADQUARTERS STOKE and lind
tl.o dosircd articles.
Date' Juno 15, l^VJ. [n3?v7.f
STAND FROM U-NDiilv
rJPIIE
unuir.-^ne would announce to the
public that having added to his stock of
O E I E S
and v. ....-! t» :fo -*o
j'.U'Lfci LitV
'l IX WARE,
NATT.S
ft.
And
that will
giv:1 room for
WOOD F.N W A RE,
detorwi'U'd to HC'I at priccs
if HFY COMPETITION!
tld fas'il )1K fi lent th .t lie e ui soli
the deoot build- I 'Vi,Rt fa,,Vhu,«
Wou'J re.-.psfitfnlly solie'it n -ull and in
'CtiOit ,.f «r»wijs and prices
s..'
feals con
to
all wliu are hi
in
u'tertm i«s,a-c-
"on oi 1-1 ai-ivl prices. Ho wo-dd UISM
t«att.b'j. Forest.-« Wills aro still in opev
t-«m, »»d having seemed the services .fmo
ui 'he bc-t piMut'citl milJera in the North
\V.vt,'u prpparo'l to do grinding on Mjorfc no
t'kc and to the ontii't aatiotiicuun of all o-'jn
0 i tied.
I' .jar Meal and Feed always on Iiami and
.•vs cheap as tho ciiunpe.'t. Store ne-ip the
FvfvvtunJune 1.3ui itf'JG.
W. F. DANIKLf.
'i n s Oprici-:. Thiko ivu
Assidtant Assessor
at New Orogoti in
die county of Howard state of I nva, on
the 29 di day of June 18GG, to hear and
deter initio appeals relative to any erro
neous or excessive valuations, assess
ments or enumerations by the Asses
sesor or Assistant Assessor of said D:
vision returned in the annua! list.
Appaal^ must 1)0 m.ulo in Writing
and sptcify the particular cau*e, mat
ter, or thing respecting which a decis
ion is requested also the ground or
principle of error complained of,
HUNTLEY,
Assessor 3rd District, loira.
IN PRESS:
TO BE ISSUED AS SOON AS PjiSlBr.E:
A YOU'lll'S HISTORY
or
THE GREAT CIVIL WAR,
1 vol. l3mo. Illustrated,
Price 81 50.
The undersi^nt"! Imvc in prem.and vrill
issue us toon as possihlo, t'io abuvo work,
it is designed to furtrsh the youth of our
•cmintry a candid and iuipartial History of
tlio Great V\ ur thr«.i.i-,'h wliion wo have just
pased lrom .1 Ocmocratio standpoint. 'I'he
mind* (it the youth of our cuuntry a.a being
|y.it»onod and iiiis-edueatea by tlio false and
pa: tiaI historic.? of the Abolitionists, and it
is o. «ro iinp.-.rtaiieo lor the welfare of our
country that the real Disnnioniets, a-s they
uro no«v proving tliemsolves to be, shall lie
properly portrayed. The great importance
v»t a soundjuvctiile literature has lon^ been
iclt and acknowledged, and as-this is the
first attempt to furnish it, the publishers
rsspocttuly s 1 cIt the encouragement of the
puLihc and tho atsis.tance «f the Democratic
prefa. It wid just such a hook ase ery
Democrat, North or south will desire to p'ace
in tc hands of Iiis children to give tlum a
correct idea ol the late war and its causes
All 01 dors v.'Ul he (il'ed aeourdins to the
date of iheir reception, and the book will bo
sent poi-t-paid on tke rccsipt of the price, as
Eocn as issued
The trnde will Us supplied at the usual
dweonnf- Ad-n-cfs
VAN EVK1K, MORTON & CO. publish
ers, NO
162
ORIGINAL NOTICK.
In District Court, Howard County Iowa.
Charles Swigert,
v. s.
Kniily ^?lass,
alias
Emily Brown and Ada Stewart Gbiss.
Tothcabovo nuined de!cndmts.
You, and cach «fvou arc hereby notified
that there is now on file in the ofliee of the
Cie k of the District Court of Howard Coun
ty Iowa, n petition ot'Chnrleg Nwigert, pray
ing that you he required to show cause why
you should not remove cloud upon tke title
to tho youth-wot quarter ol the north-wrst
quarter of section twenty-Jive in township
ninety-eight north of range fourteen west of
the 6th P. M. And that unless you he and
appear at the next term of tho District Court
to be be^un and held in *n'd county com
mencing on th« second Monday after the
third Monday in January and answer
thereto on or before noon of tho second day
thereof your deiault will be entered and -judg
ment rendered against you as prayed lorin
i-aid petition.
GOODRICH &
MEAD,
January 17 -f-ttys for PHF.
50 cts. irfi, Rev. St. affixed and cancelled.
By ppccial order ct tho Judge of the D't
trict Court Howard County Iowa, entered
of vcc.frd at tho time and pbice ahovo racn
t'ninsd. yen. tlu a defendants. Kmily (.ilass
jI
a*
I''riiilv Bni'.vn and Ada Stewart CI.iss.
ire notified to show i^e. at th.% next term
of the District Court to he begun and held
n .--aid county coium r.cing on the second
Monday sifter the second Monday in Sep
tenibor !S6'i, why you rhmid not bring an
action to try your alleged ti'le (if any) to the
land in question, on or bef tre nooiinfthn
2nd day of said term, and that in case ol
y«'ur default tho ordi»r «f the said court and
ho prayer oft he petitioner therein Will be
enforced agninr-t you.
JUIIO I-J
GOODRICH A
MEAD.
Atty's tor L'iff.
ORIGINAL NOTICE?
In ti.-tiict Cinirt of Howard County lov.a.
KVnozer Clark
aguinxt
Ilhoda M. Clark
To Rhoda 41. Clark defendant
MAPAMK:
^'ou arc hereby notified' i hat there
8 now on file in tf e office of the Cieik of the
strict Court of HoW.-ird Covin ty Iowa a peti
tion of Ebcn-.zer Clark, c!a mingof you a di
vorce Iran tho brvd-i of matrimony: and that
unies., you .bo and appear at the next term of
the Di: ieb Court to be begun and held in
said county, commencing on the second Jlon
dav after tho second Monday in September
1£(6 mid answer thereto, on or before noon
•'f the -seeMid day tlivreof, ytjut default will
be entered and a judgment and decree en
leied against you, as prayed for in said pe
tition.
i 'a e April 25th 1866
CcoBAicii &
I\1J-:A
?.
AWy.-. for Petitioner.
50 ct. Int. Rev. tit. affixed and cancelled
A GAUD TO L\
V."eakw'?jti,
i .l
Ailiticxs,
JOSEPH T-1W.X,
STATION
D.
31 v7y 1
L'u Uj-io Uoanty, Iowa.
June 5th. I860.
o iS TLL1*, Assessor of the
ion District I.wa, will
RIBLT.
lieu K
i\c iv-1'-.,k Chy
ESTRAY NOTICET
Taken up by S. Myers of j'aiis Tp. How
aid county lowii. on tl:«t ^4tli ly of May
1Onecheita-Jt mare, about 12 years
old. right hind foot white, a little white on
ielt hind loot, a small white strip on the
forehead, bob tail and sear on left hip.
Also one mare about three years old, dark
bay, left bind fo .»t white, a little ripped be
hind, Appraised before Thomas Griffin Jus
tu oof the l'eaee one at £V6 and tho oiber
lit $8tJ«
A.
KIM
BAM,, Clerk.
Mouse and JLot
o S a e
The undersigned offern his) house and l»t
for sale, pleasantly hituated .tear tho bnti
ness part of New Oregon, upon reasonable
tcims. The house is of stone one and a half
stones high nnd completely finished in all
its parts. For psirtici'lars enquire oi the
subscriber or ol Aloon & Hunt
New Oregon Iowa, Jon 1st 1886.
n.294t. fa. PKP1N.
I
•^or
AT REASONABLE RATES.
A VA LUA HLK iaim, 8 inilet? in rth
of
New Oregon, ar 2 miles south of Grangei.
There is
1G0
aerr of prairie and
2 1-2
acres ofgood timber, with 40 acres well im
provecPRnd a good dwelling nnd out houses
and 3 .prings of flowing watitr, on the piem
i-^os. For terms enq«ir(i on the premises
nl9v7m3|
JOHN
Drafts on
I LUMB.
BANKING!
$50.030!
i s N a i o n a a n k
—OF—
DECORA IOWA.
7 3-10 U. S. Notes and all othrcr Govern
ment liondrf bought and sv!J, :.lso county
Warranty Notes, ".lortgngcs and other fec
eurit:e«.
all points bought and sold.
Money
deported for
will draw
JAS. H. EASTUX, S. VV.MAJTJI.SON,
C. N. GOODARO,
AS.
Nuscau etrect, New York.
II. EA^TOX. W. H. BUR FORD,
President. "Acting Cashier.
v7n3J DECORA low* Jnae 7 £66
ROBftCK'S
BITTERS
HO BACK'S
STOMACH
mtmtM
CUKK
DYSPEPSIA,
aixl ni'4 tho nest Tonic
ill (1M vvorl
EOBACE'S
BLOOD
I S O
CUKK
S I O I£
y?
3,
LID S
Clergyman, while residing ia Sor:!i
Air.or'ci as a iiiis^innary, c!i-cyveied a aafe
and simple remedy
a-
the curi ot \ervous
Early Decay, Disease of the
I'rinary iind y^iuinal Organs, and the whole
tra s ot di^rdcrs brought on hy banclul and
vicious habits. Great numbers have been
already cured by this noble l-pniady.
I'lomf) ed by a disbe to beneilt tho afflicted
and unfortunate. I will send the recipe for
preparing and usiivg this medicine, in a
sealed envelop?, to any o.io who uesdi it,
I'rcc of Charge.
Pleasj inclose a pod!va'.d eavcljro address
ed to yourself
PRINCE, WALTON & CO.,
(Succefnni-8 to I)i W. Hutiauk,)
BOI.K I'ROL'KIKTOKF.
Kos. 50.58,60 & G2 East Third St,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
ise Feisiniis!
Great excitement continues
relative to efforts of the Ivish to
redeem their country from Eng
lish thralldom, hut iwhile the
great national subject 6 pending,
STOWELL & WILLIAMS
A COVNO VER,
Arentteoding to their regular biz" in
the sale,
aTLuVV
PRICES, of
Dry goods,
Clothing, Huts and Caps^
BOOTS & SHOES,
Groceries, Crockcryware.
Ard all other lines of Goods known to a
General Merchandise Establishment.
Goods Sold Cheaper than the
Cheapest,
McGREGOR NOT EXCEPTED!
[(^•Country Produce paid "for in Cash or
Goods as th« farmer may demand.
Call ard deal wilk us ante and wc
you will call again.
STOWELL &
n8v7tf) Railrond
For ^ale,
"OY THE SUBSCRIBER.
Section
New Or.-
six months oT
longer
six per emit interest.
niRECTUUS
ALONZO BNATISII, C. E. DICKKRMAN.
jront with good water
PIANOS
VELODEOXS
Repaired
fuitcd.
V
^\v^
HEADACHE,
I ^r°
'K I Co"livn0b-s-. mi.I ,!! .li- o
KOBAOK'S
BLOOD
CUHE8
SCHOFULA
an all (lisctiMO linking
hi.til iin)iiio blood.
ARK SOLD 13V ALIi
•russiss n»«l Dealers te
I'alciil .llcdifiiirs
EVERYWIl ERE
GREAT INDUCEMENT:? '1
COME AND SEE
NO CHARGE FOR SIIO
WING GOODS ft*
"Take care "f the dinvs the dollar
will take care
oi
tli-:m••
Woon & Mo al
iN«w
•uipnli, with a i'le^h and well
%.\
of
rid and nvt 1 .-eing congtuatlj
I
fry Goods,
ftoady-mad- 'Itdhin^,
Uo -ts and- hoee,
H.itat and Capet
•Sugar,
Coffee.
Tea,
Salt.
Dried Frima. i
tibh,
Molassc?,
r*okl?n
VanKce Notiors,
good-s and highest market prices paid.
If you want good goods call on
MOOS
k
If you want cheap good al! on
If you want any article fnr family u*.o
prices to defy competition, call upon tin? sub
neribers at tho Post Otiiuo, lcniitubering
•that money saved is money made.'1
New Oregon, Juno 1st 185.
n10r5v 1J MOON fc HUNT
Oi
S
K
o
\c. &c.
Apoly to
E E. IV ENS.
n30v7 New Oregon, Iowa.
For Sale.
By tho Fiihorihrr.—Tho thorovgh Bred
r^uihum Bull,'1 uke of Mollray." 5 years
old. "recorded in American Herd Back
^iuS^o'aroko of good worktag
cattle 7 yrs old. M'*»n fc Iluot.
A. NiilNSTEDT,
Albion Township.
E A A K
1
A QUARTER
of gotxi land witliin
5
miles of
mssstiiyiaus^v-z.
1^|AVINO removed his Stdves
and Tin-ware to
mm brick BI
CONTINUES (o SELL
THE PEST AND CHEAPEST
Stoves Wert of
i' ••'"•ir.ii.i'•,,1. i-'ni
3 I E O E O N S O O E A O V E A
Leiti uutiiuiacfcured, warranted and sold at priced to defy cum petition.
By J. IIAZLEiJiXE. Howard C'cUer, luwa,
i 33,G)
EVE It Y IX.$ TR UMENT WA li A
selected Ctoe!
t-y '..i
Broom?.,
Tubs,
Puils.
Tobacco,
Fancy Goods
Sc
In short they lteop themselves well supplied
with all th'i a»t cle.s of ge.ieral niwirehandw"
isually kept in a general stock of merchan
dize.
N- gaods solcl on credit
agreement.
unless
by special
They riotovm'iK-*! not iobo UUtrlBOld tn i \-T-y, Wjtleli chuugtj wltli loa^ln^H lch*g or wU4»fc
this market in any article of goods in their *Uk«».
QIKI.V(1'iUliul—
era'
1Wf
,ifi—x,
,r
tho
MISSTSWIFPT mvn
Till] Nl WEST AND REST
Pattern of stores
Always on hand. [111 tiy I]
M. McKIXME.
Tlie Utiiveisal Clothes Wringer, the
i)»»8t in use, pl^ewherc sidvertise'l in our
^"'"'2
Every family should have one.
(no-
Promptly
li-:^
jJ
iiud on
Reabonabld
.-yrC
11
tni.
AH work
Wc.rrarfcd
A
Tt D.
FLORENCE
SliWIXG MACHINE CO.
v''^~
100 WASHINGTON ST
RNIR,AGO,
ILL.
rLOKEN'CI?
Bering MacLincs
MikK
Four Drfftrcnt Stitches
On vV.ie ml the ».atrie JJaclilvp nil ofwliloh cwtoepro.
d«eJ whit the Miicliii.p U in moti ii—the mere urnlnn
i a iliumii-wrcw chaugltig fr-jia one sfiicli to an t!ier in
innant tiiuy a.J Iti t'.iuh m!iK« oa liSib liilM
uf tU« fabric.
FLORENCE
ScT/isg Maoliinea
Are lUc ouly tnashini»i« In the World ('-.at hare tb«
fUver^itle Ftcd Mjtmn,
cuiiMjs lit^ j,)erUor to let the work carry
ca® b*"wJe
'ine .il'tradi, nor to be Hurpaskcil in tho qual- I
ity and style of goods. FLORKNC'E
E very a rti tde gn nran tee'd to be preaen t.
1
a
ed or tiie price refunded.
Produce of all "kinds taken in paymtsnl for-. wa do cosily, a't
Family and Tailoring IVurk.
•On nr.» anl the ian9 Mantiins. They tiro Mrong nn4
»u-Uue is ia notUu.
tUcti- lujiiuiw are all ii JDIIIVT,—TTIIIRO ATO
CO to get cut of orJ«r,—tlMvy £0JAI wilt fwt
eti iUn tb«m out of repair.
FLORENCE
Bawisig K^tcMnes
YoAr7M/
And can be useJ where quiet w n«ce^Drr, w well In th«
slck-ch:i :l er an ill til-! vvor i roo il. Viie/ nialca C/«
sthehe?:.-j cjieh leyoluric-ji. They oil no dr4t(i«, the ai^
cUlnerj bvlng all on the top «f the lublc.
FLORENCE
SGY/ing Kacfcir.cj
VILI. SLUT
Orev the Heaviest Scams,
Oi- from «ne
to
more thlc'-netses of goo.1 j, wit boat sV!j
ping htitelu-s, brvaktng of ttu'cuds or rtqau'ic^
uf ter.aki #.
W H- SHARP & CO
General North-Westcrn
P. 0, Drawer 6123.
CJ-lasl Tidifsgps
OF
GREAT JOY
PEACE 01\ EARTH
AND
a©©»wn5.a. T©i!Ea*
7Vie Naked
AH
M.ybefonn.lattUestor.of
9
vol 7 tf-
ChUhedat the
Clothing House
aU
Great
D, C. 3I«sdy,
COUNoVER IOWA
Ai liipicccdeuted Low Prices!
lie lias tho Largest and best
Sflectcd ^tock ot Dry Gooti3 and
Ready Made Clothing ever
brought to this Market, which
he will seli at pric?s lower than
they ean be bought for elsewhere
in this cunty.
kinds of country PRODUCE tnken
OXCIIAI.G^
icr
ket
Goods aud the highont
prices paid.
D. C. MONTY*
Couuo*er, Ip^a.
April tf, 1165. (n24r«(f

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