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FINKLE & LYON Sewing* Ma ne Co. OJJit* 5S1 Broadway, At v: Vca. GVAUANTK.K—Alter a fair trial, if any purchaser does not regard the FINKLE & l.vos Sowing Machine as superior to any machine iu market, he wan return it and iave his money. It has taken maiyoHhe highest prize*.— is le^s complicated than ut.y other fir?t class machine.—does a wi der ran of work without changing.—rc •j'uivs 110 taking ap:ut to ele.wi or oil. and no ^lessens" to sec McJi.% tci .-i i or operate machine, N. B. Any one sending us two or ders for machines, shall receive one for him self as a pre*e»t. Wo have now completed our neu4 i.iirvi Ja:tory at a cost of mue £200.000, including nexr patent6 and important improvements:— aud the object of the alk.va proposition is to M'ctire the immediate iLtroductiun of our im proved maehinc into every town in the Uni te States without iucunng tlio great ex pense ot a traveling agent. This proposition cannot avail in towus oc cupied by our own agents. Please send lor descriptive CATALUGI'E. witli sample of sewing. ju37v7) LUCIUS LYON, £x it Sec'y FiNN &, BROTHER Decorah. Iowa. Dealers in &U kind:* A heavy and .-lie if IRON, STEEL, NAILS. In fact everything usually kept in a fully assorted Hardware store. AI30 manufac turers of Tin, Copper and Shict Iron'"Ware, fi Of all kinds, Parlors of a dozen different va rieties. and kitchens to suit the ideas and pockets ef cvry man. We are the sole agents fur the celebrated STEWART STOVE. E-y3B!E Ji.5ettir.1pii SViAftMSX-MivV »:,» 1. "We shall aLo keep on band til the proper reason, Grand do Tour Plow*, Scythey and Snaihs, and all oth^r smaller agricultural lupiuiiuu'i needed by the farmer. (nlOv7 DECORAH BOOT & SHOE ST- RE friIE SL*BbCRIBER3 takes thU method to inform all persons who wear Shoe Leather that t!i» y have ox* -hand u large and fashionable ^isortment c. BOOTS and SHOES as van befo uia in Doeorafc, «r the county, a id tbal their wUoto alUntio* will tw GIVEN to please and accommodata their customers, and fit them la the bent ft of th# art, and at »uch pr»ce» that no oa« eua poauitilj A WAY Mnnattf&ed. We shall keep conetantly 011 hand a well Klectcd stock of (Boots and Shoes, Brogana, GnitftW, Balmorals, «iaPPERS, PUMPS, 6cc., For Mn. Pcys, Ladles or CfciMrM. Ladle's Ibildren'* and Gentlemen's Congress Gaiters & Boots, •lwnys on hand, made to order, and warranted to fit or vesalo. REPAJ RISO. BepairbJ dan* with neatness and *t short notlc*. PerKIIo wish to be dinlt Voncrjihly with and get WiOtM i heir money ira invited to call at 8HEI FLESOLD STAND. I fruua'i Drug Stor*. C. 8. ROLLIK^ W6LEBEN I'oolis faptt &' §iaiioimi! 1849] L1866 PAPER WAREHOUSE, N o o N A N IS A B, PROPRIETORS OF THE 1IUMU0LT & MKN0M0NEE l'At'EIl M1I.I-. ALSO IX Cards Card Boards, Binders' lioards, Twines, Slates, Pencils, Blank Books, Etc., Etc., Etc. The highest market price paid in Cash at all times for lags. J. A. NOONAN P. McNAB. OTJ.NO VER Drug Store, :s II JT« i J* zvfixmJiPt Sugars, Saletatus, Coffee, Soap, Xea. Candles, V«5 jtwt opened a NEW and Complet« St^ck or Drugs, Patent Medicines, Oils, Pamts. Varnish. Dye Stuff*, Brusha, Perfumery, Kerosene, Glass, Staiioneiy, Liquors of the Purest Quality, SOLD WHOLE SALE and RETAIL, and Everything B« longlns to the Trade. riescriptions Carefully Prepared. Stock all Frc«h and bought at Lowest Rates in tho eat, and will bo sold attho Lowest Living Rates. Dont forget that our Goods are FltESlL Railroad Street, COUNOV- loWA, BENTON BROTHERS & Co. ,/ust received a new ')lete stock of com- Syrups, Molasses, Rice, Tobacco Starch, Powder, Nuts, Salt, Ciga) Shot, Dried Fruit' Fish, Candies, Preserves, &o., itc Druses, Fresh Reliable and Pure Turpentine. Kerosene 0 Alcohol, Elephant Oil, Burning Fluid, Campher Linseed Oil. hite-ad, &c,, Pure Wines and Liquors for Medi purposeh fcc., &e., &c- &c., &c., Glass. 01ns5, Glass^ss, Wholesale Af.enU for all flu°p',lar ent Medicines of th Day. BENTON BUOS. 6 IV Co. blicSquare McGrcg^owa. NEW STRE.' Entire New Stocof Goods The Ohca pest andest Sleek in Mitchell (uily. The undersigned has "ed ot.S tlie rado about midway bet^n Riceville and Browuville ono of the r, cheapest and most complete Stocks o'ods ever brought nto Mitchell County. singa ful ntl complete Stook of Gener^ ercli an disc adapted to^'miry st( The Ifttention of* Friends and the Public is co^Hy invited to his stock. It costs nothing ywnino goods and as certain priaes. U Jenkiup. Iowa, Oo': 186# o40v6tt.) N. W. MOSS. New Grocci'y S O E The Subscriber lias bought out the stock of Groceries oi*Ben jamin Often, at his old stand, two doors north of the Tost Office, and will endeavor to mer it Pertl-rs In all ki: U i Printing, Wrapjiing, Writing. Priming AND NOTE PAPERS AND PRINTING INKS the patronage of his old custo mers. Family Groceries & Fluur constantly kept on hand. II. K. AVE1ULL. New Oregon Iowa. June '2(3, 1SG6. [n3$ TO THE CITIZENS OF Ilowavd County. Wc wish to call your attention to the fait that we have 011 hand one of the largest and hot selected stocks of goods ever brought to Decorah Consisting of Staple Dry Goods, Groceries, Crock ery, Boots vV flues Clothing llats and C.ips, No tions, Ladies Cloaks, Cloak Cloths and Cloak Trimmings in endless variety Blankets, Shawls, &C. &c. In fact we have anvthiu* and everything usually kept in a first class Dry Goods Store. Our goods were bought before the rise in goods which enables us to sell lower than those who purchased at a later date. We sell for cash, pay no rent and are contented with a small profit. You will find our store the next door west of Weiser & Co's. Bank. Yours&c. BOWLES & WILSON. i»40 vfrf) Decorah,. Iowa. June !st 1866. Jji, J* 31 it ris li, SOLE AGENT FOR J. I. Case & Co's, P&SHBSia THRESHING MACHLNES Lij_)roved for rhe season of 1866, with CLIMAX & AVOOD- BURY'S Mounted Power. i Also Agent for tho •IVip Yorker, SELF RAKE, with Seymour & Morgan Improvements. Warranted to be the best Self Rake in the Market. SAMPLE MACHINES, at his Maohine Depot, DECORAH, IOWA. I also have the agency the ESTERLY & J. II. MANNY REAPERS Repairs kept on hand. n32m3) tfimc 20,1866. 11. Norton, COUNOVER IOW A. Dealer In Stoves, Tin and Copper Ware, Sheet and Russia Iron &c. At Wholesale and Rttail, [ron Teakettles, Pots and Spiders, Pier ccd and iolid Ladle*, Brass Kettles, &c. &c. ALSO Eave treugbing made and put up in good style and at reasonacle rates. Store on R. R. Street nearly opposite the City Hotel. 0^P~Giv« me an( piices. examine Goods and J. II. NORTON, Counover, Iowa. v7n29tfj June. 1, 1866. J^IVERY. II, S u 111 e w o h, NEW OREGON, IOWA Horses and Carriages to let. Travelers conveyed to all parts of the ountry on short notice and reasonable rms (n&0v6tf Wright, Jack & Cramer, Dealers in Threshing Machines OSSIAN & COUNOVER, D.JACK, Osfiu :. .4// orders will be filled promptly. We have for snle the eolebratod. TornaJo Thresher manufactured by K. BAl.l. of Ohio, tilpo tl'o ImCid.tie Clipper, manufactur ed by DEAN, SMITH & Co. LaCrosso Wis. Sample Machines on exhibition a: Os-ian and Counover. alss by C. G. SCHELLEX (IKK. New Oregon. WRIGHT & JACK General Agents for Northern Iowa and Southern Minn. n31v7. MORE GREAT BARGAINS. Tlie uuderdgnedluu and is cjns'.ar.tly Uaanfikcturlag In New Orrgoi), A superior assortment of harnesses of eve ry description and style, from the very best of material and at reasonable rates. BRIDLES. HALTERS, WHIPS, SAD DLES and other articles pertain ing to the trade constantly on hand. We would have it distinctly understood that n«w in tin past he st!!- nouebut warranted ivark, and only asks a fair living prollt. Shop on the corner east of Cole's Hotel. n!9v7) D. BEAM. THE BANNER STORE OF Howard County, Still under the Supervision of Peter T*eile9 AT FORESTON Maintains its reputation as giving the best bargains to be obtained in Northern Iowa. His stock is entirely new aud comp ises among its leading aitides C00d, 0fevery iloscriptlua Ready 3Lade Clothing,Inev"^ry. Groceries, Crockery, Glass-Ware & Yankee Notions. Every article warranted to be as recommended. He will not be undersold In any market west of Chicsgo, and believes liia Stock will more than compare with the best. v7nl. June 1, 1866. Moulton & Son Continue to undersell all Com petitors for trade in North em Iowa, at their Store in LIM£ SPRINGS, Where they have just brought on one of the bett, largest and cheapest stocks of Summer Goods ev«jr brought to this County. CONSISTING IN PART OF READY MADE CLOTHING, Yankee Notions, llats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Farm Produce of all kinds wanted in Exchange for Goods and the very highest Market prices paid. They asks the PUBLIC to call and exam ine Goods and vriccM, as they are determined to make it to their interest to buy their Goods of all kinds at n23v6tf) MOULTON'S & SON'S, Lime Sprin gs, Iowa. June 1, 1866 A CARD TO INVALIDS. A Clergyman, while residing in South America as a missionary, discovered a safe and simple remedy for the euro of Nervous Weakics®, Early Decay, Diseases of the Urinary and Sem'nal-Organs, and the whole train of disorders brought on by baneful and vicious habits. Gr^at numbers have been already cured by this noble runcdy. Prompted by a desire to benefit the afflicted aud unfortunate, I will send the recipe for preparing and using this medicinc, in a sealed envelope, to any one who needs it, Free of Charge. Please inclosc a post-pftid envelope address ed to yourself Address, JOSEPH T- Itlisccllaumis. AYLOR & FARLEY'S MODEL OR UANSl O W I TL w A o W. J.CRAMER, Counover. E S A E AG E N t'27 BROADWAY, NSW YORK. The MOST COMl'l.KTK Mimical Instrument manufac tured in Ainerlcn, nnd 1 lie O E I A N OF THE \YORLD\ Combining Sweet noss and Depth of Tone, Beautiful and Chaftein Appear inv, Uitinlng and Eleva ting in its Tendencies. For Church es, Parle- or Mie Rondolr, it has invarialiiy taken the I S E I U Whenever exliildtcd in compelilion with other well knswn manufacturers. Thirty-four Dift'erent Styles, AND FUt 1 to 12 STOrS, Large Double bellow?, IVrnMe Mow pedals. Knee Swell, Ac., Ac, giving (ireat l'ower andSteadi ness «f Tone. E S U A S S Applied to the Tonble Reed Organs, elves a vdumt of tone ennui to a sixteen foot stop iu a Pipe Orijan iui! wlioi1 app'.iud to our Oigans con taining them, and four setts of Rocds, the volume of tone is equal to a $2,000 PIPE ORGAN! Ai..l co6ling only about one-fourth as mudi. Send for an Illustrated Price List, giving full particu lars. Address orders, 0. 3. W1LLAKD, Wholesale 'Xgerit, No. 127 Broadway, N. Y. The Great Unrivalled. "YOSE" TUF CHEATI-T FIU.-T GL.V^ PIASO FORTE IN T11 K MAKKET. These heautiful Instruments are fa«t imilng their wny into public favor. THE Fortes Crockery &c, &c, IN LADIES DRESS GOODS, IIATS, ffc., their Styles arek Varied, Elegant a7id Cheap. tone isrich, full and powerful, and gushes forth with peculiar sweetness ahd Melody, while the touch is ea^y and elastic. Are finished in lieh Rose Wood rases with full Iron Frame. Over S11n Hass and French Gram! Action. All have large rouiitl eorii 'is with buck liniihed line the front. Kvery Instruineiit ful ly warranted five years. Circulars giving correct liKeness taken "rom Photograph, with fi-.l: dcscrlptivo price list sxnt free to any aJ hess MI application. A beautiful Song and Chorus, WOK :u 30 CENTS, Accompanies the circular. nnl worthy i preservation. Dealers will b" fnrnis'ied these beautiful Instruments at the Lowest Wholesale Prices, And teacher® at the usual rates of discount. Address ail order- to 0. J. WILLAR"*, Wholesale Agent, No. 627 Broadway, N. Y. •x. XL-- Wholesale Ag*. tit f-i' William A, Pond & Go's, Boardman, Gray & co's, Wm. Knabe & co's, A n O e i s a s s PIANO FORTES. Circulars giving eorrect likeness of these eel bratcd Piano an«l Tavi.nr A V%hlkv's Mopsl lorwar.'.td to :i'.u adi're»s on application. Hon. OitGAKb, irai B.ATSS"? SDHSS. Published Jany. 1st 18G'.5. Mailed to any address free of postage. Oh. sing me the dear old song 3ai We've d-ank from t!:e same canteen, by Clark 35c Beautiful W ales, song by Thomas.. 35c I'm happy as the day is long 50r Somebody's Darling 35c Violets under the snow, by Tucker.... 35c .Sweet be thy repose, by Thomas.... 35c Song of the spoon, a new college song 50c The Angel Guide by Favager 30 When I went courting Sallie^ comic.... 30e July a withered rose 35c Mother. I have heard sweet music ......35c Pleasant dreams ot long ago 3oc Oh, say not a woman's heart is bought. .50e Kathleen Dear 40c Before I was married, !car 35 We'll meet no more at twilight hour..3(Y Beautiful iale ot the sea, by K Thomas 35o Old don't care, by W K Basford 33c Ligkt of my soul, of thee I'm dreaming. .35-' Five o'clock in themorni GKO. W PATTFRSON', N E W 1NMAN, STATU)* r, HOUSE Btpui Fw-York C% Ifceulquartersi FOR DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES, HEADY MADE CLOTHING HATS & 3 A PS, CKOCJv FRY, GROCERIES, &c., o nK 35t' (.'Icon and I, ^ong by Harry Tucker... .30c ine, Nellie dear, I'm weeping, Tucker. 33. Music on the waves, vocal duet by Glov er 60c No time like the old time 30c Give the old man a chance 30c Ono bright moony night, comic 35c They all coma home but mine 30c Young man on the railway 35c When Fenians fight for freedom 35c Down hv the gate, l»y Thomas. 30c Qj^l'arties ordering Music and over-pay ing for the same will receive their change inclosed with the music, or Music will be selected, as parties prefer. Alt orders promptly attendod tfl^and.any information cheerfully given. e e e n e s ex-Governor of New York, Westfield, New York. COLF'MAN', President Lake Shore Back, Dunkirk New York. New York City References. WILLIAM A. PO\D& Co.. bl'kv Cakhakt, Nki:iham WU.LIAM BRAD- & Co. Siberia Ott Hugh Rid dle, Ksij., General t'upt. hrie R. R. II. Supt. Motive Power, Erie R. Address orders, G. lirooks, Esq. R. Wheeler A Wilson. 0. J. WILLAllD, Wholesale Piano Forte, Organ & Music Dealer No. 627, Broadway, New York. New York, March 30,1860. marie (GROCERY STORE, In Lime Springs Iowa. TIIE undersigned is just receiving unu opening out to the trade, a very full and complete assortment of CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, It his purpose to merit a share ofthe public patronage. Parlies desiring good bargains, in superior Family Groceries will give him a call. His motto will lc Ready pay, Quick sales and Small profits." Lime Springs Iowa Oct. 20, 1865. JOSEPH F. SHELDON Sic. at the Store ot J. C. Baker, mmmm, istca. Where can be purchased Goods of every description at prices to defy competition. Those desiring any article not found at their local places of trade will do well to call at the HEADQUARTERS STORE and find the desired articles. Dated, June 15, 1800. [n30v7tf STAND FROM UNDER ri^ilE undersigned would announce to tbrf publio that having added to his stacked GROCERIES, A fine and well selected stock of STAPLE DRY GOODS, TIN WARE. NAILS & WOODEN WARE, And having determined to sell at pricc* that will DEFY C(lM"ETITi()N! Would respectfully solie. call nnd in spection .if jcoods and prices .'Fhe feels con fident that he can sell to all who arc in want of anything in his line after an inspec tion of good* and prices. He wo-ild also say that the Fur-vton Mills aro still in opeiv atiou, nnd having secured the services of ono ofthe best practical millers in the North West,is prepared to do grinding on (short no tice and to tho entire satisfaction of ail con cerned. Flour Meal and Feed always on hand and as cheap as tho cheapest. Store near tho Mill. ForestonJuno loth 1866. o w a ao w Y, 2 W.F.DANIELS. E A A K o. w w 5 a w o o w '-^1 V-'J 3 e AATING t—I o removed his Staves and Tin-v, are to wm BR1CB BL. CONTINUES zo THE PEST AND CHHAASS'/ St' vi'3 West of -be aiiQFi.Si&i:r:. r.iv n TUB NX WEST AND BEST Fatlsrn stoves Always on hand.- [1116yI] M. McKINNlE. iVTEW CLOTHING STORE.—'The ind'er haviii.*?: j-ist%i«itcd *ho f. .tern tsigned,has Cities, now t.a band C-.OIV-.^M ASSORTMENT OF GOODC T| adapted to the season, Buch is JuL CLOTHS, Cassimcres, Vesting* of the Latest Patterns, TAILORS TRIMMINGS Of French, Eug'uh and American Maati facture. GENTS' Furuisltin? GOODS! Ready Made Clothing of the choicest selection, comprLiDg: Coats, Vebts, Pants, Blouses, Dusters, Overalls, &c., which I will sell as cheap as the cheapest. I am also prtj c^red to manufaeture to or der to warrant fits iii latest styl« and on short noticc. After ten ye irf1 residence in Dccorab. no vouchors are needed to as sure tho Public of my capacity to do superi or work-and deal honestly with »ny patrons. Jan. 1 18bJ. P. DUFFIN. MRS. D. o. PRESTON, Would announce to the people of VER NON SPRINGS and vicinity that she is pre pared to do Bleaching, Pressing, Trimming, and all other kinds of Millinery work in the most approved style. Also, Dress-lVIaking, Cutting, Fitting, and Fancy Stitching done on short notice. (31tf Vemou, Springs, Jwe 14,1366^ iu