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THE PI AIN DEALER.
serrrr.
Local 'Notions, haded, Hfl.ftOpei a*i!ire
fbr Okich insertion.
jTlTwoi K «r nil Mnd* promptly and neatly
•gecntcd atllie 1'laln Dealer office on I lie moat
rxinniiM" term*
Friday, May
"WORK
10, 1867.
Local Column.
Milwaukee & l'r. du Chien Railway.
THA1NS DISPART,
Halt and d»y K\|ness PiicHi-nRcr,.. .7:15 A, M.
MHbt nod Ktjii't-'iis l'ttsacn(('r, 4JI0 P, M«
TUA1NS AKKlYfi,
Matt and Da.v Expre** l'asfenger, .0:00 P. M.
B1|in and ExprehS l'a&senger 6:45 A.M.
-4.1
MOGRKOOII WKSTEBJJ RAILWAY.
Mllwavkn k Pr. du Chlen Railway Co. I.esieea.
1867. TIMETABLE,
J. F.
ON
1867.
TUAINH I.KAVE,
North McGregor,. .S.OO A. M.
CRVASO, 10.10
A*
M.
TNIIKS AHHITF,
North MeGr*gor, .4:00 I'. M.
UrMdo, 1:50 1». M.
WM. B. oTUOXO, Supt.
Episcopal service may be expected at
Moon's Hull next Sunday evening at 7 1-2
•©'clock.
Attention Company!
Notice is Ueroby given that all of
the members of tho Commmittoo
known as the Vigilance Committee
are requested to meet on Saturday
the 11th inst., at 2 o'clock P. M.
in Now Oregon Iowa, to transact
busi11oss &o.
By the request of the President,
T. P. DAVIES.
Each member will come prepared
to ride. By request of
POWELL
Captain.
MR. GILCHRIST,
the sucecssor of
O. D. Peck, who has resigned the
office ofstatiou agent at Cresco, has
arrived. Wo regard him from a
brief acquaintance as one who will
wear well, and do to tio to. While
regretting to part with Mr. Peck,
we are rejoiced that one of so good
fiocial and business qualities as Mr.
Gilchrist possesses, will succeed him.
MILL PROSPECTS.—The
Dauber-
emitli boys inform us that nearly
half the building material for the
new mill is on the ground, and that
in the coursc of a week they will be
fully prepared to begin its erection.
They intend to push the work for
ward with all possible impetus, and
I'xpeet to have it in full operation by
the time tbc new crop is readv for
market.
An.citg the Cresco items of the
Chicago Times is an inquiry about
uiu figlit with lied Jackorand ttiem.
That is all well enough, but bet
ter not attempt to mix ideas up in
a head that's too much befuddled
with one idea to pwil use of
another.
I-'UBNCH
RATJ.KOAD.—We
BRICK YAKD.—
SCARCITY
learn from
Mr. T. D. Fcathcrly that the work-on the
road in the vicinity of Lime Springs is be
ing pushed forward with all possible speed.
Mr. Fcathcrly has a contract near Lime
Springs which embraces some of the heav
iest cuts on the line from Cresco to Austin.
Ms already working near fifty men,with
over a dozen teams, and is steadily increas
ing his force. He assures us that we need
fclivo no apprehension but that the road
Will be extended to Lime Springs cu-lyin
(fee season and probably to Austin before
fall.
Wm. It. Dobson is pre­
paring to burn 100,000 bricks this spring,
on his farm three miles West of Cresco.
•The manufacture will be under tho su
ptrintendeuce of one tho Alsips, who
pronounce the clay of the best quality.
ANOTUGR
IHKOOVERY.—T. J. Powell
and J- J. Donahugh have discovered a fall
An iUv .:•even tnan ine uiic cus
4$vered by 8. M. Cole recently by the up
Ctttingofa boat. Both the first named
purtie? arc entitled to an undivided half
Interest in this last discovery. The discov
ery was made accidentally, at an unexpect
ed moment, by a misstep of one of tho par
ties whilst they were having a friendly trial
of strength on the banks of tho river.
OF
BCTTER
the pnst week or two, since the farmers
have been seeding, it has been almost im
.possible to procure a pound of butter or a
dozer, of egg', and for ei'v part, being
•©nieyrhat interested in eatibles, we would
be glad if some of our neighbor's wives
from the farms in this vicinity, would do-!
nate a basket of butter and egg?, to this
office about three times a day for tho next
month and take all tho Plain Dealers they
Want, gratis, we have become heartily
of seeing our senior speed his time on
&e streets peeking into all the baskets and
pails that come to town, and wasting his
strength in fruitless searching.
Mrs. L. A. Keech is just now re
fitting her shop, and is fully pro
pared to execute all work in the line
of Dress-making and Tailoressing
that her patrons may desire on the
most reasonable terms, and in ac
cordance with the latest fashions.
Her shop will be found ono door
north of tho- residence of Major
Prami in the room recently occupied
by Dr. H. C. Prieo as an office.
Owing to an unexpected delay in
the receipt of of some prinl ing paper,
wo are one day lato in issuing our
paper this week, but will try and
make good tho deficiency by i?suing
our next as much ahead of time as
this is behind.
MOON
& Hunt have just reseived
a good and seasonable arrival of new
and desirable spring goods. They
keep themselves fully supplied with
the best qualities of goods and sell
at the lowest living prices. We are
g'lad to note their prosperity, but
while they are both No. 1, men, wc
claim the privilege of caying of Mr.
Moon that no better, more upright
business man over was in New Ore
gon-
Tho work of reconstruction goes
bravely on, in and about New Ore
gon, the reconstructed taking the
dose voluntarily as does tho South,
because suoli seems to bo inevitable
destiny. Charley Sehclengcr has
been on the "#econstruclion" for
several days, and in a few days will
have his dwelling fully restored to
its original look. Others are get
ting ready to bo reconstructed in
the same way.
N*w Goons.—Cresco at the present
time, is supplied with better stocks of [roods
than it has ever boon at any time hereto
fore. The following firms have all just
been receiving magnificent stocks of spring
and summer goods, viz Newton, ivard
& Fuller, G. W. l'latt & Co., Burdick &
Clonse, and J. Milz, besides these there
arc several other large Btores including
those in the Block that have recent
ly filled np with r.OTv goods or wi iu a to
days.
IMPORTANT ARRIVAL,
MESH
& (I!I.MORI h:ivc made satis-
1 artery arrangements, with some of the
principle men of McGregor, and of sur
rounding towns for tho safe and just trans
fer of all their advertised property to the
ticket hoi Jem in their concert, or to such
may be the lucky ouos. Price & Lowry
hftve yet a few more*tickets for sale, and
invito all who want tickets to call early, as
the time for the drawing is now near.
M: Cramer NO-D
for reapers and mowers, grain drills, seed
sowers. Case's threshing machine, sorgtun
mills tVc., &c., e tll th? special attention of
the farming community to the superior
qualities of the Buckeye reaper arid mow
er. This machine has proved to be the
best nuwip market, and the above firm ex
pect to introduce them extensively this
eominjr season, and we would therefore
suggest to our readers who are in need ol'
machines that they examine this machine
be'ire purchasing of others.
Farmers want good machines and we ad
vise all to examine and be satisfyod before"
purchasing In another issue we shall
speak further of this machine, and for tho
present refer you to their agent Mr. L. H.
Eddy in this place.
CATT. BOXES,
Brick Block, Cresco, i-ju-^t received from
the eastern markets, a nwgnificient stock
of spring and summer goods, abounding in
c\cry thing that's useful or ornamental.
The Capt. has the reputation of being a
fair dealer, and is worthy of public confi
dence.
PRICE
&
LOWRY
STROTHER
AND
EOGS.-STOR
are just receiving
a new and extensive stock of drugs
and medicines to which they call
special attention of their customers,
requesting that they call and exam
ine goods and Prices before pur
chasing elsewhere.
millinery at £.e Roy.—Misses
Julia Cole and C. Seheibe arc about to
establish n TViillinpry a.4 J.«
Roy. Minnesota. They have already pur
chased their goods and will open out in a
fowdays. The la lies thereaway Trill do well
to call and give them their patronage.
a magnificent stock of spring and summer
goods, which they arc anxious to exchange
for cash or produce at reasonable rates.
IIIGGIS'S
styles, elegance of material and workrann
ship, &c., her goods CANNOT be excelled.
Ifcaj^The ladies are earnestly invited to
Call and examine the now stock.—Docomh
Republican. [n25tf]
No
BETTER PROOF REQUIRED.—It
MANHOOD
SHATTERED
has
not yet been publicly denied that tho Best
Chemical Balcratua make by D. B. De
Land & Co., is all that its friends have
claimed—that is a pure and wholesome
article. This cannot be denied in lace of
the testimony of chemists and those best
qualified to jtulge. It is much better than
Soda.
AND TOPTHFVI.II VIGOR are
regainedby
IIBI.MBOLD*sEXTRACT BUBHU.
REXEMBEH.—Roback'S
"Blood Pills"
are made bo'h plain and sugr*r coated, and
so thickly coated as to make them perfect
ly tasteless, thus 'doing away with the ob
jection most persons have to swallowing a
pill. The sugar coating does not lessen
their action, as it readily dissolves in the
stomach.
CO*STITI:TI.ISS RKSTOHEO
by Hclmb'.ld's Extract Brent*.
To Wliom it May Concern.
Public notice is hereby given that
reposing implicit confidence in my
daughter Almina Sloan, at her own
solicitation, I have, from this time
henceforth, given to her, my said
daughter, the full control and charge
of her time and earnings, but that
I do not assume liability for her in
debtedness, if any, crcatcd during
minority.
Dated New Oregon, Iowa, May
3, 1867. E. B. SLOAN.
FOE
KON-RETENTROX on
TAKE
IXCOXTISR.NOE
of Urine, irrit ition,intf:immation or ulcer.t
tion ef tlie bladder, or kidneys, diseases of!
the nrostrate glands, stone in the bladder, I
calculus, gravel or brick dust deposit, and
all diseases of the bladder, kidneys and
dropsical swellings,
USE UELMHOI.O'S FLUID EXTRACT
MESSRS
of new and
desirable goods at Clominer's (in
Cresco of course,) where more baby
carts can be found than in any other
town of its size, and the surprising
fact connected therewith is there
are babies for them all, and pretty,
liit class, No. 1 babies too. Then
he has everything else that may be
called for from a tiny doll, to any
and every other artiele, useful or
fanciful only, usually fUmd in a lirst
class drug store. The Doc. at pres
ent is absent iu Minn., but Charley
and Mort, are selling goods at un
precedented low rates regardless of
the proprietors interest. Try them
and sc.
Dviii'.!
Apple Trees.
Carpenter, Mitchell
Co., of this-place, have on hand a
largo variety of choice standard ap
ple trees, grown in their nursery
here, and well adapted to the cliinatc
and suitable for transplanting. They
also have a lot of trees of the varie
ty of apple they had on exhibition
at the agricultural fair last fall, fit
for transplanting. Parties desirim
trees thorougly hardy, of the best
varieties, and well adapted to this
latitude will do well to give them
a call and examine their stock ol
trees. fOgg* Nursery on the South
side of the river.
NO MORA V.S'I'I.E.vs.\:,TAND UN.-JAFK
REMEDIES for unpleasant and dangerous
discuses. Use HBLMBOLD'S KXTBA'.T BP-|
cut:
JLSIJ
mpaomo ltosL WAblJ.
The Iasl Call! BUT ©XE!
1!
All persons in any manner indebt
ed to the undersigned,• are required
to call and make immediate pay
ments. Promises are worthless,
when made only to be brokeu, and
when kept will scarcely keep up
ones stock. You owe, and I need
the money, and having tried mild
means to no purpose will try the
virtue of harsher methods unless
prompt and immediate payment is
made. The next call will be from
an officer.
New Oregon, April 19, 1867.
[22tf. E. M. IA'ENS.
E.vrKEiti.Kn
at the north end of the
CUU'.
& Kirkpatrick have received
Musical Review is one of the
fiill'St publication of the kind in the coun
try. It is published by II. M.Higgins 117
Randolph street Chicago at 75 ccnts a year.
J. Payne Lowe of New York has estab
lished Lowe's Farm and Fireside Journal
in that city, the first number of wliieh is
before us.
The subscription pricc is $1 per annum.
Tho wonder is that so many good things
can be furnished at so low figures.
AND DKI.TOATE CONSTITU­
TIONS, of both sexes, use
HEI.,MBOLD:S EX-
THACT liuciir. It will give brisk and en
ergetic feelings,and enable
you to sleep well
THE
"J.Etnu"' is a recent machine,
combining the best qualities of the
first class machines. It is distin
guished for its straight needle and
patent protector. It ranges from
muslin to leather, braids, cords,
binds with celerity and perfection,
is less noisy than most shuttle ma
chines, and its sales are doubling
annually. "A thing of beauty is a
joy forever, "——and tho iEtna be
longs to this category. See their
advertisincnt in another column.
For therj machines M. M. Jones
of McGregor is the agent. tf
THE
GLOKT OF MAN IS STRENGTH. There­
fore the nervous and debilitated should im
mediately use
MARKET REPORT,
Corrected weekly by
STROTHER & KIRKPATRICK,
Dealers in Dry-Goods, Groceries, &c.
AT CUESUO, IOWA.
Cresco, Mayftrd, 1867.
PRODUCE.
Wheat, No. 1,
Win-ill, No. 2,
Wheat, No. 3,
W heat reject'd
Flour,
Corn,
Beans,
2 80 Biirluy,
2 60 Oats,
2 40 IVitd
2- 00 Green
t8S3»
Pork,
Beer
Wood
Hay.
Mew Millinery Coodg.
Mrs. B. 0. Dahly has just arrived I
from New York with the largest and best
selected stock of Millinery and Fancy
Goods that was ever brought west of the
Mississippi. §Jie has taken advantage of
the dullness iu the market, and with cash
in hand, has bought goods very low. She
buys the goods from tlicjnanufacturei and
importers direct, and is thus enabled to
sell goods h«re at Chicago wholesale prices
She has purchased a large stock and they
must be sold.
For the latest and most fashionable
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90(&1 16
apple"
7 00g, 00
806-5,1 0
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700a80ii I'ntatoeg,
60 Butter, flrkin,
4 00 liutttfr, roll.
15 L#ui,
MISCELLANEOUS.
1 ?&•-'•>
00(31 oo
10 OU^lj 00
ooaoj i«o
7 00
llideu, green,
Hidex dry.
Wool,
Suit, coarse,
Salt, fine.
Salt, dairy,
Coul,
v
Lumber,
Lath,
Shingles,
6 00
IIEI.MBOLD'S EXTRACT BCSHC
PROVED
and
ROSE WASH
cate disorders in all their stages, at little
expense, little or no change in diet, no in
convienee and noexposure. It is plcasnnt
in taste and odor, immediate in its action,
and free from all injurious properties.
FILMBOLD'S EXTRACT BwenLI gives
health and vigor to the fr.ira ?md bloom to
the palid cheek. Debility is accompanied
by many alarming symptom*, ana if no
treatment is submitted to, consumption, in
sanity or epileptic fits ensne.
NEW STOKE,
AUD
New Goods At Re
duced prices
JTew Oregon
Would Uc^pectfully announce t!. it they
are just receiving from the Eastern
Markets a full and completo
assortment of
S I U S
Oils, Paints,
PATENT MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS,
PERFUMERY,
FINE TOIl.F.T SOAPS,
SCHOOL AND MIS­
CELLANEOUS BOOKS,
DIARIES FOR 1867,
&c., &c., &c.
Which they offer at. lower
rates than ever before
sold in the County,
Lamps,
LAMP CHIMNEYS,
and Kerosene Oii
Of best quality and at low prices.
Every article guaranteed to be as
represented.
To CAS11 BU YERS, thoy offer unpnral
lelled inducement both as to quality cf
Goods and Cheapness.
T,cmemb:r
th" place PLAIN
DEALER
BUILDING, NEW
OREGON. J'any. 1, 18(57.
n7vStf] & IiOiViiST.
THE: GREAT CAUSE
I I U MA N MISERY
Just Published in a
FV&VD
WILI. PKOVE
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BU-
EuTclopc. Price eta.
A I.KCTL'in: ON TIIK NATUKE, TRE TMENT,
and Radical Cure ef Seminal Weakness or
Spermatorrhoea, hi'Iuecd by Self-Abuse:
Involuntary Emissions, Impoteney, "Ner
vous Debility, und Impediments to Mar
riage generally: Consumption, Epilepsy,
and Fits: Mental mid Physical incapacity,
&c.—Rv KOB, f'TLYERWELL, M. 1.,
Author of the "Given Book,"' See.
The world renowned author,
in this admirable Lecture, clearly proves
by his own cxpei i- uee that the auful con
sequences of Self-\bn9e may be effectual
ly removed without medicine, and without
dangerous surgical operations, bougies, in
struments, rings, or cordials, pointing out
a moue of cure at once certain and effectual
by which every sufferer, no matter what
his condition may be, may cure himself
cheaply, and radio illy.
"fi7!
At^ IS
iMMlilltt't'
MELODEONS OF THE ABOVE
Patternmanufactured, warranted and sold at prices to defy ooinpetition.
By J. HAZLEDIMJ, Bradford, Iowa.
E YEiiY 1
iVTli.UMEA'T WARRANTED.
II.
LECTI
A
SPECTACLES T.KKDERED USELESS.
Th« most eminent riiysic
jans, Oculists, Liiviues, and
tho most iruminmit men of
u' country, rccomniniul the
use of the COBNEA KK-S'l OB-
Th'*y ran be U by any ona with a certainty
of su' ceHs, ami tlio least fear of injury to
the eye. More than 5,000 certificates of cures are
exhibited at our c.tice. Cure gua.-anloed in every
cas« !iu.. applied according to tho directions
inclosed in ea.U box, or tho money will bo re«
funded.
IM­
cures secret and deli­
Write for a fircu'ar -scnl yralis.
•ddrcas. Pr.
J.
STEPHENS S CO., Ooulista.
(P. O. Box 926.)
01Hoe 840 Broadway,
XEW YOJSK.
agf
DK.
J. Sreeui'-N" Co. ave Jjrented
And patented a MVOPIA or COKNE.V FLAT
TEKEB, for the cure of NEAR-SIGHTEDNESS,
which has proved ^roat buccess. Wruo fur a
Circular.
M. Hfgglus & Co'*.
I A N O O E S
ARE
EQUAL INTONE,
EQUAL IN TOUCH,
EQUAL IN POWER,
EQUAL IN DURABILITY,
And twenty-five per cent better in Econo
my than any other Piano Forte now made.
TIIE
H. M. HIGGINS & Co's
IS
PERFECT
PIANO
IN
EVERY RESPECT
AND
WARRANTED FOR FIFE YEARS.
Satisfaction Guaranteed or no Sale.—
Please call and examine for yourselves,
AT THE
MAMMOTH SALESROOMS
No.
117 RANDOLPH ST.
Chicago 111.
Under Cot,.
WOOD'S MUSEUM.
Sample Copies of
IIIGGINS' MUSICAL REVIEW!
will be sent free to any address on applica
iton.
Price 75 cents per year.
The last No. contains six beautiful piec
es of Music. [n4v8m6
»r.
A.
J.
wraovxs'
PILE PILLS.
In placing before the public.
DK. A. J.
WIGGINS" 1*1
le 1'IllN. we do so with a
feeling of confidence that they ire to supply
a remedy which has long been required,
but hitherto been unattainable, nor do we
do so without first having thoroughly tested
their medical properties, and ascertained
by actual practical demonstrations that
they will effect- speedy and permanent
cures, and accomplish all we claim for them
and to satisfy tho public that we are sill
cere, we. will warrant them to relieve or
permanently cure (when taken strictly ac
cording todiri ction?.) any case i.f Bt!ind,
llSccdiliK or £tc£«'illg 1'iics, or
.. itliovize the Druggist to refund the money
iid for the I'iils.
We do not claim for them that thoy will
cure "prolapsus ani or fistula,"'' as those
diseases require careful and skillful sur
gical treatment but in such cases, no
matter how severe, they will afford great
and almost immediate relief The few out
of tlie many hundred of eertif.- ur^ we
have, which we jaunt- below, will bear some
evidence of their great curt.tive powers.—
Any oi' the parties whose names appear in
connection with the certificates are willing
I and will be glad to auswer any communi
cation addressed to them in regard to their
euro.
Head the following from one of the old
est conductors in the State of Michigan, a
man known by railroad men everywhere.
He has been in the employ of tho Detroit
and Milwaukee road for the past twelve
years
DETROIT, 8,1866.
WKMJINSSeptember
Messrs. A.J.
& Co., Gentlemen:
I have been atilicted more than three
years with the blind bleeding l'iles, and
have tried all the remedies 1 could hear of,
but all of no use, until I very reluctantly
tried some of your valuable Pills, and after
using two boxes, I consider myself perma
nently cured. Yours, trulv,
PILLS.
RK
UOON
TTins
TO
THOUSANDS.
UOI SAXDS AND
Sent under seal, to any ad­
dress, in a plain sealed envelope, on the
receipt of six cents, or two postage stamps.
Also Dr. Culverwell's "Marriage Guide,"
price 25 cents. Address the publishers,
C1IAS. J. C.KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowery, New i'ork, Post Oflice Box
4586.
RKSTORE YOTTR SIGHT I
T7 SB
DR.
J. STEPHEN'S & CO.'S
PATENT OOUrKA. RESTOP.KM,
Or, KliSTOKKIt* 'Of IMS EYESIGHT.
Thru v:ill Ji'-.j-ie Impaired Sight, and 1
'reserve
it to the Laic4/ t'enod of Life.
E. K. LANDON,
Passenger Condnctor on Detroit & Mil
waukee It. R.
—o—
GRAND RAPIDS, August31,18G6.
A. J. WiGiiiss, M. D.,& Co., Gentlemen:
As much is said of the treatment of l'iles.
I would like to give the public the benefit
of my experience. I have been troubled
with the Piles l'tfr several years, and was
treated by several physiei:\n:\some of whom
made a speciality of treating this disease,
but they did not help me, and I gave up all
hope of being cured. At last 1 was induced
to try some of Du. A. J. WiC(ii.Ns?
PII.H
1 gave them a thorough trial, and
have been cured. I think they are the only
sure cure for the Piles. I would advise
those that arc troubled in that way to try
them. Your obedient servant,
W. P. BURROUGHS,
Clothing Merchant.
—0—
ST. JOHNS, MICH.. Sept. 24,1866.
DR.
A. J. Wifiuixs, Dear Sir
It affords mc great pleasure in recom
mencing your justly celebrated 1MLE
PILLS to the suffering world as they cer
tainly do work wonders. The box that 1
procured of you was not one quareer used
when I found myself entirely cured of one
of the worst cases of bleeding piles. I
have many friends who can give flattering
certificates of the worst cases cured by the
use of your pills I might say much in
praise of your pills but the tri.-.l of one
box by any one atllicted in this ay, will
muke them stronger in the belief of what
I have alrcad said.
Yours, UEOP-GE S. CORBIT,
Hardware Merchant.
—0—
SCRANTON, PA., Sept. 14,1866.
DK.
KUS for Presbyopia, or Far or
lons-SigLtedne us, or every
crson v ho wears upectarl
trom old ago Liiom tj
of Vis
i' 11, Or Blurring Ovenvo iu'l
I'yes AKthmioi'ia, or Weak
l-' i i Epiphora, or Watery
J'jes l'aiu in tho Eyeball
Amaurosis, or Obsernly of
Vision I'hotophobi ', or Iu
t'jleram-o of T.i 'ht Weakness
of tho Ki'ti::a and Optic Nerve
Myodonopia, or Specks or
JliviUfi bodies beloio the
Eyes Ophthalmia, or Inflam
mation of tho Eya and Kyc
li'.ls Cataract Eyes Hi inio
l:a, or l'artial lilindnoss
sinking of tho Ej ball, and
Imported i -om tlio
cilii'ts of Inflammation, ko.
A. J.
WIGGINS,
Dear Sir
I feel it my duty to acknowledge to you
and to the world the curative properties of
your Pile Pill. I have been afflicted with
that disease for twenty years, at times un
able to attend to my business. 1 have been
entirely cured by using two boxes of your
Pills. You are ut liberty to publish this
certificate if you choose.
Yc'41's, &C.,
JAMES D. TREAT.
MANUFACTURED
BY
Dr. A. J.WIGGINS & U
ST. JOHN'S. MICHIGAN,
AND SOLD ONLV BY
SOLE AGENTS for the United States
to whom all orders should be addressd.
For s lie by all Druggists and dealers iu
Patent Me licines everywhere. Orders
sent to the U. S. Projirietary Medicine Co.,
.Cincinnati, 0., enclosing one dollar and
TS" STEPHENS' MAGIC. EGYPTIAN OKI-! three red stamps can have the Pills sent
KNTAL EYE OINTMENT w.d cure Iaflamed them by return l^ail, be particular to give
Eyes. Lida and K»ys, and prevent Styn. r,05t
0
Cure guaraiti'ai, or modey rtfytMhei. Writ* for k.„,„
Circuiar-SIai'HifTte. I State.
f£ce address. tOVn. COOIlty. and
Selcct Poetry!
"Tile boy stood on the burning deok."
What do you think he wore?
A pair of red-top kip-skin boots,
That came from Moons store
And too a laigo i *ck knifo he h*d,
And fiy.H ho wished to toll,
He bought it down iu Moon & Hani's,
(It cost, him §1,25 and had two blades
in the bargain.)
And l.OTS T. KTTE LEFT TO 8M.I.
1 heard a ch ip who hired hil board.
Say, this will never pay,
If mary Ann will marry me
1*11 go this very day
To Moon & Hunt's who flttll 80 ciieHj',
Glnsw ware and dishc: white,
Nice knives, und .silver plutea forks,
(And I'll get one of those splejided blue
and white breakfast shawlR, only $3,50,)
And things will all work right.
And then there's lots of other things,
lloods, scarfs, dress trimmings fine,
buttons, thread, laces every-thing
You wish f\r in that line.
Hats, caps and shoes of evory style,
AH warranted 1o wear.
Hoop skirts and corsets, ribbons gay,
To suit the young und fair.
tsilks and delaines, merinos fine,
Nice lamps, and good fur collars,
may all be bought fur well just call
And see how many dollars.
Good prints, the best of factory cloth,
mirrois with polished frames, [thing
Tweeds, cassimeres. flannels, every
Almost that you eould name.
Raisins and currents, peacliOB too,
Syrup and sugar fine,
The l'aet is we have every thing
That's in the grocery line.
Just call and see their stock of goods
Before you elsewhere try,
For if you farther go I'm sure
Yourll come back here to buy.
HMfMPIlI
For The Million
AT
MRS. R. JEWETTS
Lt
fi mti
vy\
fj SillS S nil •dJ I
By a patent repeating' or
multiplying Camera, we arc enabled to
make, on one jdate, at one sitting, any
number of pictures, from one to two hun
dred and eighty-eight, ranging in size from
a gold dollar to 8x10 inches, and in price
From One Cent to $5 Each,
Thus by the advantages which this pat
ent secures to us alone. w« make pictures
with such MARVELOUS RAPIDITY,
that wc can afford to make and we guaran
tee to our ciistomcN that they shall have
pictures of the
Very Highest Artistic Merit.
At prices from 100
to 500 per cent less than
the usual price. A trial will satisfy any
one.
n^O-8] "Mrs F. II. JEWETT. Artist.
THE /ETN
SEWING- iVTAOH-NES
Maim/act ore I by
Planer, Brannsdorffc Co,
19iUrand Street N. Y.
Aiii:
IUK ONLY NOISLKSS SHUT
TLE MACHINES IN THE WORLD
The ^ITNA is the best Machine in ex
istence
For FAMILY and MAN
UFACTURING
Purposes.
THEY ARE THE MOST RELIABLE!
THEY ARE PEPiFEOTLY SIMPLE!
Very easy to understand by inexperienced
persons, as every motion is positive, using
a straight needle beautiful in desigu and
finish and worthy of every persons atten
tion who contemplates purchasing a sew
ing machine.
Ill Seaming, Quilting, Hem
rninp-, Felling, Binding, Tuck
ing, Cording and Gathering,
&c., they are unrivalled.
Local Agents wanted in every village.
M. M. JONES, Agent,
McGregor, Iowa.
J. H.. LEROW, Genl. Ag't., for
the West, 97 Washington Street,
Chicago, 111.
rsy-s
end for circulars and trra9 to Amenta. [u20
J}fotillon & Son
Continue to undersell all
Competitors for trade in
Northern Iowa, at their
•Store in
UME SPRINGS.
Where they have just brought on one
of tlie best, largest and cheapest stocks
ot Summer 'Joods ever brought to thiu
County.
CONSISTING IN PART OF
Dry Goods,
Groceries,
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Yankee Notions,
Hats and Caps,
Bots and Shoes,
Crockery,
4-c.,4«o.
I
u. S. PROPRIETARY" MEDI
CINE COMPANY,
56, 58,60 & 62 E Third St., Cin., 0.
N LADIES DRESS 'JOODS, HATS
fyc. tkeii Styles are Varied^ Elegant
and Cheap.
Farm Produce of all kinds wanted in
exchange foi Goods and tlie very high
est Market prices paid.
They ask the PUBLIC to call and ex
amine Goods and prices, as they are de
termined to make it to their interest to
buy their Goods of all kinds of
nMv0tfl MOULTON & SON.
Lin* Springs, Iowa. June 1. 1806
I'KO'fOGEAS'HIO.
K. & II. T. ANTHONY K €«.,
Kann'sctorm of Photcgrephle If
WITOLSriiL* 4M (USMir.,
601 EB0ABS7AY, W V.
In addition to -JUT bkUi or PB
ir.^Pflll- MATEKlALl «re aro fWilquartcrt f!
ta futiovlr't', ti
1
BTKUEOSCUl'Kt a ^TK.RWOeOOl'IO \H*8
Ct AmcHcw und Fori-t^ti Cities aad
Gi-oup-i, StiituEiry, ®to.
STKRCOSOOPIC VIBXTS OttlUVlk,
Prom i'attvea mftrto la the v&rtow otmptlco*
&ad forming a complete I'hofjgrtphii: hHtory of tU«
grout coutci*.
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS OK CLASS,
Adapted for either Map'.o Lantern or the
reoscope. Our
Ch^Jthe
o^uo will
I
MOON & HUNT.
Main street New Oregon Iowa.
A NEW ERA IN ART!
BE
sent to tir.y Mi-
dress on recHpt c.f Stamp.
niOTO iltArHIC ALBUMS,
We maunf.icture more 1 irpely Uian MJJ- mitei
hou^e. about i!00 v.n iet'e« from 60 ccntu to t'O cm.h
Our AI.D'J'MS have tlie reputation of being superior
lii btauty and durability to any other.
Card Photographs of Generals, StaUi
men, Actors, etc., etc.
0»r Catalogue cr-i'jra:e3 over
ir
FIVE
THOCf.iXft
I ^IRIUMURI MCGREGOR,
(J'F.
i forcnt subjects. Including r^pr-iiluclions of th« in"m
i c:l(.'!.-nitcd Knjrraviui?^, Pn'ititlKR!'. Statuea, ect.—
Cat.ilogiiea aont on receipt oi Kiauip.
l'h'jtodi-aplK-i-Rand others oriknng goods C. O D.
will please rerali per cent of tJ.e amount wlUi
11'. di.lsr.
fy The prices
and quality of our goods cannot f.iii
to iatiiify. (62v7 I
iawsfissT
SEW ©1©SS,
i
AiQB SEmili..
S M. LAMPSON & CO
Haro Just received
A FC1L WD COMfLBTH STOCK Of
O JE K I E S
aEBEH AHO
BaiEDranTs,
CANNED FRUITS &C.
[Purchased sinco the reoent Dscliaa ta
Goods,] which they offer to the publi«
AT riu
o w e s a i
:ctftoturtri w40«il«t41^,
PLAIN AND
FANCY CANDYi
Of £r«7 IWeriptioa
A S O N I O K
Iowa.
Jan.4,lStJ7. £n7v«
ESTABLISHED 1856.
& A O I S i & 0 0
JOAAIFCRS & LLETAUSE* IX
DRY GOODS,
HATS AND CAPS,
CARPETINGS & GROCERIES
We have in Store a Full Stock of above
Goods [MORECoMisa
EVER* DAY
which
wc arc prepared to sell to tho Trade und to
Consumers at Frees which we guaranty,
to b" perfectly satisfactory to Every Buyev
We have
A
COMPLETE LINE of
DRKS3 GOODS, EMPRESS CLOTHi
ERINOS, POPLIN ETTS,'
MOHAIR it
RKPPS, ALPACAS-"-ALL
COLORS,
DOMESTIC GOODS of all KINDS
Flanuels. all Grades & Prices.
UftOAtt CLOTHS, BEAVKB COAS1KOB,
CASSUIERES, *C., *0.
Ladies Cloakmgs, Great Variety.
A very Beautiful Assortment of
LONG SHAWLS,
O O S a n
N U I A S
Yankee Notions in Endless Variety,
HOSIERV AND GLOVES,
GENTS' WOOL sniKTs iEAwim'®»
Ladies Wool Vests & Pants,
Tapcttry, Carpetings, fc $C.
8.
E. BAERON A OO.f
CROCER8.
TEAS,
COFFEE
SUGARS.
SYRUPS#
TOTACCO
&c., tet.
tSAOIVOUIB6C«MIXWOOTSe aU..
Come and See U».
£. B. BAREOK
b4t8] McGsiaoi^ Ioiri:. V"

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