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THE IOWA VOTER.
KNOXVILLK, IOWA.
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May
.11
st,
1870.
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Slates
Alabama,
Florida,!,*,....
(feorgla,
Kentucky,
North Caroliim..........
Aj U atisas,. •.*••....»«•#*.'• i
IYOIIISAIM .•««•••**•
Mississippi,
fikiuth CarMliui,.
Tennessee, ....»w
FV'.vas,
tttti
HOSWSDAT, JCKK21, ,,
T. (SKANOKK,
It. ('HA*:. Al.IUI(-|f,
W. Jl'.NKIX,
It.
W.
V. II. TOM.K,
IHw, as they arc all Democrats, but
he Is certainly mistaken ip the na-
Htfltes. It wa^ a part of, their duty to
make K record of the deaths occuring
j„7if coat of varnish. In cold went her I
il»mnjcncinir «t II o'clock A.M. for the have often placed new^jraj»ers be-
oi placiu^' ui nniiiita«jrni can- mv lied «iuiH*, knowing two
(lit* foiiow injr (ilTi*v. vifc:
on, for .,\* r„or:
thick of paper are warm ah
One '-ami xb
Us fur (torrmor
tinibtiatr
for Jwifjc of the liu-
•ftth*' cittd.'imtn for 8*per*n1ct%dent of
%uhbt
the transaction of *uch other 1tivi
/I*'« IH U-H«I!!V eoiw*
"(•'•HltijJ of llie party. Tin- ratio of
Wprewntation will
IK\
one deleirntijJ^
far eai:h orirftnizfl county in the State, i
«M! in addition tin ret«», one de!cpat*tj
for every two hundred vote*, or frac
tion over one hundred, »^t for _Ki
Wright for Heeretflry
Who
COKK
O.
li.
Jt
of
State, at the
Election in 1 'J'he fo l«»'.viii}j t«»lile
*l» o%vs the number of delegate* to,
frlhich eath count}* w ill be eirlitled:
have acted with the1
HI i.L, J. W.
lit MritHKV, 1 disi'tission of the question »f adver-
[,k. J.H.Ci AttKsov.fVi'n tising participated in by Me«fer».
Sl-i'ef. ntra! fonm.ittee.
W|,ite)
Hyutti
Xtnubcr
'if
viclimis.
100
44
110
n
...44
*70
*102
,]
"Full returns from these States not
yet received.
The Kejiort goes on to particular
I/-e, giving names, location, and tlie
manner of death. The murdered
•k.Libia f'nion.
iaite Paper for
itae*
Household
Few housekeepers lrnve time to
Ulnck their stoves every day, or even
•Very week. Many wash them in
either clear water or dishwater.
OMMHI
doth, it tied over I he jar.
fruit i- n«»t »rt t«» moult!, if A |»i«*cr
of writing |«i|»er cut to fit tlu»aw, m-vntly rvturiuxl from
ia laid directly on top of tho fruit.
Paper is much better to put under
]u carpet than straw. It fe warmer,
th!imtrr aml nia
0»i(: of ItKi't hi.k as walking over it. A fiilr curjK*t can
I tx? made for a room not in constant
&i ATY. CKXTKAI. CuMMirrKT,
iiairh.'Jl. M~l.
The J'l/Urciilli Annual i-:ate on-use, hy parting Mfvcral thirknewx-sor
Vfutiou of the H«'p»hlic»n party of. new.*|Ki|x*r on the floor, over th^ii a
luwa will t* held at Slaver of wall jiaper, and giving it a
t^ jp,® in
«|uilt. If it iw n.c**wary to step upon
^HAIR, always lay a JMJKT on it
l''s
«»v«« rubbing the varnish off.
ln*tnuAtn Children easily learn the habit of
IK*fort-theannual
doing so.—
Cor. Jit ar(h nttd llume.
Aanual Meeliiib of tlic lovrft
AKNoriated I're*».
MAIU*HAM.T«»\VN. Iowa, June?.—
The annual convention of the Iowa
Pre»» A^ociation met here this
morning at in
o'clock,
Marion— The Convention M*aa called t» order i he ch"erfully did, and laughingly
All plr*ou*
J.
by
rti f.uMimn fwrty heretofore, and are i Association. A speech of welcome meanwhile appeared to be in the
in full ae-ord with it« prinelplen now,'
wa)j( ni Uj,.
TKAKK,
the
part
Kye. The forenoon was spent in a handkerchief warn thctr pfared over'
JIuntt
Jfatton, AilW-
worth, C'lagett.Sperry, Montgomery,
A Fair Anaivcr. land others. In the afternoon, Frank
We believe it was the Knoxville] llatton, of the Mt. l'leasant .Journal,
Iknvtrrafy which spoke of the Small- delivered one of the principal ad
wood Thompson allair in this county dresse* of the convention, on the best some cause the rifle went off acei
asa"Ku Kiux affray." It may lie i methyl of conducting a weekly
tare of the affray, as no Republican i ors being present, and nearly every jfui'a heart, with spittle and powder,
was beaten or killed which is iuva-1 county in the Slate being represent-1 by his brother, while the Deputy
ritthly the caw in all the Ku Klux ed. Many of the editors have their Sheriff reloaded his rifle, and, at the
wives with them. signal, he took steady aim, fired and
9# «needing* flown South.
daring the year ending May, :tlst,iT. ). Walker, of the lJloomtleld
J87,Willi caUKO of death in each case.
Hio record is frightful. Iook at the
firrlbl* list
i:t A WM KSW OK THIS' IXftillOB,
CKXHI S Okkic*.
WAKIIIXOTON, D. ('. April O, '71,
Wttfnnrnt qf howicUU* and murder*
ported by aiwintant Huirgfiah
hnrlnft onttrretl inth* y«tr ending
To the extent of these Kui At the evening session of the Iowa pierced the centre of the mark. The
outrages Ave copy the following Prews Association the following oill- Indian, with a few struggles, fell
fioui an official statement inadeupjcera were elected for the* ensuing back dead, with his brother and the
flfnni the return* of tlkO Assistant year: President, W. W. Junkin, of Sheriff still holding his hands. No
ilarshals who performed the duty of the Fairfield Ledger Vice President, one seemed to he in the least affected,
taking the Vnsus In the Southern
i\\ jJt
Pilot Secretary, Frank llatton, of
the Mt. Pleasant Journal Treasurer,
Democrat. Kxecutive Committee—
Judge Thayer, ofihe Clinton Age J.
P.-Treynor, of the Council Bluffs
Nonpareil K. N. Chapin, of the
Marshall 'l imes. This and an ad
dress by Judge Frost, and a poem by
Mrs. Matilda Fletcher, Constituted
the evening exercises. After the
close of the Convention n grand ban-1
quet was given to the Association by
the citizens of Marshalltown. The
people of this place have treated
their visitors right royally, treating
all with hospitality.
The excursion leaves for Duluth to
morrow morning al 7 o'clock, stop
ping to dine at Mason City, and ar
i riving at St. Paul in the evening.
Sr.
-1
I'AI:I.,
«HI
,.........*112
US.
s keeps them clean, but they Jook mnst fearful storm that was ever
Vitry brown. After a stove has once witnessed in this section broke upon
been thoroughly blacked, it can be i us. The rain and hail fell in tor
kept looking perfectly well for a rents for about forty minutes, accom
long
time
by rubbing It
with
paper every morning. west. Considerable damage was
»Jf I occasionally find a spot of grn- done in the city, and it is supposed
4# oriruit-juiee that tlx* paper will that a great damage is done to the
iftifrt take oil", 1 rub it with a wet cloth, crops and fruit in the country. The
but do not put on water enough to, dry goods store of 1. (Jrilliths, on
ta) e oil' the blacking. I And that Clinton street, was unroofed, and the
rubbing with paper much nicer entire stock, one of the tinest in the
way of keeping my tea-kettle, coffee-! eity, Mas completely destroyed. The
pot and tea-pot bright and clean, damage was probably $.".(.00.
than the old way of rubbing them The Hue new brick dwelling of
in
suds. (The inside of coll'ee and Mrs. II. I). lowny had the west
ten-pots should be rinsed in clear gable end blown in, and the contents
ipiter, and never in the dishwater.) of the house were considerably dam-
]Kubbing with dry paper is also
-O»o best way of polishing knives,
apooiiD, and tin-ware after seouriug.
This saves wetting the knife-han
dles. If flour be held on the paper
itl rubbing tin-ware and spoons, they
«hliue like new silver. For polishing
Windows, mirrors, lamp-chimneys,
I ill ways use paper in preference
10 a diy eloth.
iVeaeryfcs and pick lea keep much
if s irown paper iu«toad of a
aired.
June K.~The Iowa
Editorial Excursion left Marshall
town at 7 o'clock this morning,num
lieriug 27*). At various station.'!) along
the route the citizens were oi\t with
bands of music to welcome them. At
12 o'clock Mason City was reached,
whent a lunch was served by the
people and arrived at St. Paul at
U./jO. At lo.'lO to-morrow morning
the excursionists will leave for Du-
I luth, and reach there at (J l\ M., slay
H®i sous were in variably Kepu blicans. |ovor and return Saturday noon
to St. Paul, and go to Minneapolis,
where Sunday will be spent. The
whole party arc in the best oi beallh
and spirits.
Ntoriii at Iowa illy/
IOWA
CITY,
JUNO 9.
About, '.o'clock this afternoon the
9ld pan led by a fearful wind from the
The St. Joseph School build­
Indian Stoicism.
A gentleman of Jont^lmrg, Mo.,]
the members but some one remarked that it \vu
having in the luorning been taken too small, upon which one of the
on an excursion to the grand marble doomed Indian's brothers told him
u a i e s s i i e e a s o a s a o a y o w n i n i a n e a a u e i
S. Clarkaon, preaident of the aaid, "It tits all right." The cn»wd
jn behalf of Marshalltown most cheerful spirits, and cracked
!hr "'ri-vold. Ittujfliwl. At l»,l.
A.H AMII.TOX, 'Wri.wijinKB,' Ucurdsley, of the liurlington Hawk-! ordered to sit on the ground. A
j!lo. Y.
i\
of the Association by Dr. all was ready, the doomed man wa»
Texa.", re­
lates an extraordinary ominvnce
which took place a ^hort time since
in the Indian Nation. Al'h'ftaw.
Indian, having committed a willful
murder, was unvoted, tried and sen-.
tcni*etl to be ?»hut to death. Hc
askcl for twenty days in which to
prepare and vit«it his friends, giving
his word of honor as a "brave" to
return at the appointed time, and
was allowed to go forth without a
guard or Itail.
At the expiration of the twenty
day*,'according to appointment, the
hour for the execution arrived, and
the Indian, true to his word, at the
very hour and tninutegalloped up to
the place where the sentence was to
l»e carried out, in eonipany with
three of his sisters and three broth
ers, all apiearii]g as cheerful a»
though they had come to a dance or
a frolic. The cofiin was then brought
hiseyts bv hirt sister. While the
Sheriff held one hand, one of the
condemned Indian's brothers held
the other on each side of hi in. The
Deputy Sheriff then stood in an old
house, about ten steps in front of the
condemned, with a rifle. From
1
that the Knoxville DtnMraf. was! newspaper. The address waa an the roof of the house. The Indian,
posted as t1 tin political antecedents admirable one, alioutiding in good believing he was shot, drew himself
of the Thompson and F.verett fam- sense and many telling points. I up and shuddered, but did not speak
dentally, the bullet passing through
The attendance is the largest inthe or move from the spot. A black
history of the society, alwntt 200 edit- mark was then math over the Indi-
Vestal, of the Storm Lake except the doomed Indian'* mother,
who shed tears, but
"shut up" by her son
over.
was told, to
-that all was
IjUI'KC Farm*
Mr. Thompson, who lives near the
town of Wells, in Minnc.£ta has
1, KM) acres of wheat, l,2oi) of llux, son
of outs, nnd 100 acre* of corn. About
•1,100 acres altogether are under cul
tivation. lit* has set out SO,000 cut
tings, cottonwood and White willow,
and eighteen miles of fence, consum
ing 40,000 pounds of wire and 20,ooo
posts. lie owns twenty brick farm
houses, with barns and other im
provements, and expects to open
twenty new farms this summer, put
ting up the necessary buildings for
each. /'.i'.
Alllliiicry.
A VINO LOi^TKD PRHMANINTLY
n (be wist »i1e nf the Huldi^ Square,
K iioivlllfl, inn rintr receiving, ever weok,
new ipt-He* the
ItA'tHti'i
AND
1 N K Y O O S
TIICU'LINK
IYat« n i e i o n s i
Ircs8-.1Inkliig.
In th« Mme r-iniup, th« uBderxigned
Vole Iter entire
o
K B. fK. !. l». WOi)lKl»*-
Hardware,
agt
gjje
0f
BKIN'J
BWT SI'VMM 09
KHIU.
^MT'CutUBc ud Fittin« done 10 »rer.
(3) ti. fi y.ucil»_
U N I U E
ANt'FAl.'TUHEH of and Dealer ia all
of
Plain and Ornamental Fnrniture,
Selling I 'r ca«h onI v, in enabled to give
I E
ing oil Iowa Avenue had one end
blown In. It is reported that two or
three other houses were unroofed in
the outskirts of the city, and one
man is reported killed. Fruit and
shade trees were blown to the ground
in all parts of the city. The new
Trinity church building, in process
of erection, was injured some. It is ,,
impossible to give the entire amount i times, at the VeJ Low e
of damage doue. l^icei. «li»f
m« kt«p hand tor "ale, at the Kiln 0B
BnglUh Crti'k, ore
pDb)ic Square,
Knoxville,
Katiibone's Stoves,
Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
IRON AND STEEl,
NAILS AND GLASS,
BEAVER FALLS CUTLERY,
(Kvtrjr Blade Wftrraated.)
Builders' Material,
WAGON-WOOD,
HOPE-\
to iiieti,'
EUREKA WRINGER,
Birds
fill's Threslier.
\$Cfr*The Best General Stock
in the County, and sold for the
Least Money, is at
Proclamation
To the People o Marion and
Surrounding Counties:
THANKFUL to our numeroat
friemli and patrona for their
pHtrin:igeuotl qneouiagnnentrecelved during
th? vo ir 18/0, the fir*i year of our operation
in the
Manufacture of Woolefi Goods
in tbe
CITY OF KNOXVILLE:
Ati4 become f«nfi«len», during a twelro
iiion'hf' trial, tliut the eoler|lii(: i ced no
longer be r*gnrd«d an «x |jori uicnt« but
thrti by a course ot J'air nnd l'roni]it Dcnlii
City
alt
kind*.
Collare,C'lilgnniii.w« itrheit,'l'iluiniO»g«,
ICtr..
I^tr.,
8pecl»1 nttention iven to lilrarhing •n4ftll
Millineri' Work oirruted proin
uud Sati»fHCtion (luitrnnlcel.
MIIH. MAY fcXLlOTT.
will
4#.
Mteminn
to
l'i making
in it 11 I'd hra nnhos.
Pniieriio of ilit* Style#
Con*tant'jr
received, anl
TtV
i
J. MCCLELLAND,
Mkind*
the
Lo*e*t Price* and diiHmntfe H»ti*t»e(ion
Hbop oa Main Street, neiir
wormt
OfflM.
jtt»t west of nortliwen corner uf
the
Public Square,
Ifnoxvllle, lown. (28)
mil*
exit
of 1/
residence,
four uiilen eiut of
Knixvilte,
tiood Fn^li Lime,
guaranteed ual to th« Uest, in ^uantltiM
to »uit jiur lnnfr.
4 4«tf ALH\. FREBMAN.
Coal! Coal I
1\ J. HrobsCs Batik
Is new open, and the Best Coal
in the market con be obtained,
g,
l»y the jr«'lu tion ot' a superior of gondii I
lor our Western ponple, and the continuuare
of 'he n^jireoiation by tlie conniniinitjr, of
having thi« lrun« of industry cMtriud on in
tli. ir midst, wo may ha\o a remonable hope
of maUinir the «aui» jirotilnble lo ourielvc8,
to our
nnd I be surrounding Country.
Hence, no hic '|ijv tn inlnrin ibu I'ublic
tL:,t V. e have |»ircd i.i ilher (in ins tiorcx|ie«s«
III making our Factory «e:ond io none in the
ouuniry lr jir du ing (jood AVoik, nt.1 ne
Obuiiuo'iuiing our urtoiueis in any branch of
Our I'U-inten in a most sat if factory nianter.
Wc intve fcund it neoe^«ary,in
eot:f(!juenc-
of ihe demand for our oiu, to !ticre ie our
fiu-ilitiiff lor iu iuufacturing, mid new innohin
ery, and nrrunge a liirgo and coiumodioUK
Salesroom and Office, luiiue:!::-.toly south ot'
the Factory building wtiere we will keep
constantly oit band a
Large fUock of Choice Goods
tu
excl:ange for
WMI,
MM
Cftkh. or anything In the
If
Faruierk' Fioduce.
1C1H alinint* pnythv IIhjhnt 7*/Vc for
11' ,o/, and hnve maue arrnngeuiet.t to handle
hirje (juantitles. All will do well bV culling
iijion us tiel ro selling el«ewhere.
We would say to i-ne aud. ft*l'—tic wart'.
ft*r Ittl/H'xt* tir- truviln.y lltriftigi't htr i-ttuitt if
itith i1 finritiui O'uoil«, i tjtriitut'uy thti/t to If
fruiit thi» or that md lliity lnm u/nm
it' tnerim ami rcjjUtttliuH, ichiIt thi y e Hol/i
but
(i
wry iuj'trutr i/mili- of ha-lrn (/omit
mmh o tin1 jioori it tuuh riot. Hay fmm lion
of them,
unlcra you posltirelj know them
rcpreient a Uood l'actory.
CaNiiiK, M|»inIIIhk Dji'lng, Ac.,
Wilt receive prompt attention.
tu
Our Workmen, auperiniending each pnr
tlcnlnr Depiirtinent, are the Veit that can
found anywhere in tbe country and the ut
must euro will bo ex-rrised, ait heretofore, iu
ioingall Ou'toni Work.
ALL WOK K IS WARRANTBD,
and we will be pleased to hive anything re
turned to us thai d"e» not prove to be entirely
•aii-t'uctoiy and we will make it right.
OUR FLOURING MILLS,
under the nupervision the Senior member
oi the tirin, .\lr. J(,hn M.J"tie»), will b«
continued, as beietolore Hi:4 wo would call
the attention oi the l'aruiers to the fa that
running tbe two branches of busme»», (Mill
ing una Munulac.ui io:) we are enuhled to run
either witii iej-g expense tb%n j'UiUes oajing
attention to the
MM TNAEL ENJR, UIA
0*a gh e
betUr tu rn*.
A. K.
hence
Your Custom is n'speetfnlly solicited. Don't
forget the place. The Knoxville Woolen
Mill*, situated In Wert Knoxville,
•Mr the
k
Depot Grounds.
JUNES, MeCLATCHEY
im fc VANHUUTE!!.
liOoln
uA4
PAINTINGH-
W.W.Burris,
House tin-
MUtl W:t on and
riiige I'liuiii'r.
Graining, Glazing arid Paper Hanging
done in tbe Best Stj le known to the Trade.
Job* taken nnd Stock furnished attheLoweat
Fig is.
fcirl invite special attention to my
OAK GRAINING,
Aai
challenge any one in thecountry to
eon.
pete with iv. I wurrant all my work.
On 11 and ree lue at tny Shop, at Carruthers'
Lumber Yard, Knoxville. Special attention
given Lo Country Work. 4 1tf.
Merchant
TAILOR.
I. YiLnGrEn
E A N A I O
Hoi'ill Side Square, Knoxville,
Keepi eooftantly on hand Fall Supply of
Good« in his Line.
Kcady-mnde Cl'ithing, of all Oradea
HUM
Styles, Constantly on Hatd, and Satis
faction Guaranteed,
Alto Agent for Singer's Fir»t-Clai»
SEWING MACHINES. |252tf
OVERTON'S"
DRUG STORE.
DRUGS,
"f/{
MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS,
OILS, PAINTS,
Iv ItVK
\/$k
New Establishment!
CINCINNATI CLOTHING HA!
I would most respectfully nnooonce to the Citizens of Ka.J
and Marion County, that 1 have opened, on the east
of the Public Spare, in Knoxville, one of the
extensive nnd liest clee.tcfl exclusive stock?»,f
Kver brought- to this market partly consisting^'
iVeneh Cloth Froeknnd Sack (Joat-s Cassiniere, S
and Jeans Coats: a full line of Pants of all grades, sb..
colors a most splendid stock of Gents' turnishirgCo^j
such as Collars, Shirt?, Drawers, Suspenders, Socks. ,t
a large lot of leather, zinc and paper-covered Trunin
ancl Valises Hats and Caps, and all such good,
a* are iwnally found in a First-class
Clutliing Kstablishment.
TTavinp leas*8''iby rnnm for a number of years, it is ftPjr lutentioi, |f
this place
my
peru-arifnt btme. 1 am prrpaird to fell «11 picda jr) ,|
cheaper thau the btirue wore ever before hold in this section cl county
coonection with one of the
raoft
YAKNISHKS,
Toilot and Faney Artlclea,aBd Hwything i
usually kept ia a I
FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE|
8k»f on Church Street, one blork
May be found at all times, at the lowest Tremont House. Knoxville
prircH, at the PA LV I'.Y 'S l'ATKNT I!HASS-M
PliHSCRIPTlON DRUG STORE,
.r the Publio Square,
Nortbeist Corner
Knowtile, los^u.
The undersigned, having acsamed the
management of tbe ahove I'rug' Store, and
having had seven yeurs* constant experience
and study io the biisinesn, feel* warranted
in soliciting the pn'ronage of tbe public and
gaaranteeing satint'aetion.
Ph if ski
ans1 Prescriptions
compounded at all hours, with
the man
I scrupulous care.
M. W\ WOODltUff.
laoxrille. Feb'y 16,1871. »f.)
WANTED!
Wool! Wool!
rpiIE IINDKRSItiNED, hating leaded for
fi»e yoars the Woolen Factory formerly Square, for anvthilltr i"
o..^ °Pfra'e^ R' berts and (libbs, and having nminvut'ii V
V
rHitted it, and put it in firct-ulaa* running
order,and being experienced in
oolcu Ma IIufacttiring
WOOLEN 0009
JBstr offered in thii market. CstFtaerM,
^atmets, Jeans, D^eskiis, Flr.nnela,
Blankets, di'Utilo and ri'igln Varni,
at the very Lowest Prices.
/•"All Work and Goods Warranted
IMJItDY & ANDKK
Knoxville, ToWa, April 2«, lh71. 445if
Strayed or Stolen!
A
DARK BAY MARE, strayed or was
stolen from the (obeeriber. in Knox,
villc, Iowa, on the uigbt of May 8th I8"l
.She wasIO ye.r, old, about lft hands hi**.'
thin in flesh bears late harnes* tnarks eork
ma'k s on left htnd fiot and right fore toot
sear u» tnsi ie of left hind leg ju»t above knei'
£.!?^!r0U.*T7r'rVkm
b*
Kl,en for
v
extenfive Clothing Maoufacturir^
lisbmeots Kaft, eoables roe o offer (ccodn ?5 per ctiit. lower ilut (tj
ctn be bought from any other nan in this town or ftnj where cbe.
Gentlemen, to be convinced of ihe tiuth of the alovc pftti mi ntt^, ES.
H»ti.«f'y yourselves. Ccmc ooe, Come all! lor Clothir^ Chrap
446tf J. OPPENHEIMcR.1
NOTICE OF REM0V/
NEW GOODS RECK!
—AT—
MRS. M. 1. WAMMI I.I
FANCY STOI
On
Southeast Corner
Public Square.
the
MILLINERY,
FANCY GOODS,|
NOT\OT
A GffitlSttAL STOCK 0-1
Y O O
HOSIERY,
Hoop Rkirts,
Alexandre Kid (iloves,
Dress and Cloak TrirornineJ
Zipbyru and Ktubroideriog AiatJ
M1rLLINERY
WORK and CL0KJ
INrt in the latest ntyles, docev,
I uin bound to p'eaae. Oive me a
caV,
^(TBoutheaet Corner of Public
Knoxville, Iowa.
(3 19 tf.)
It PROCTOR
CAHRIAdE MAKEP,
TUIMHLK SKEINS .ANI) CAlMtll
AXLES ON ALL
CAKKIA'
K:|
Repairing done on short notice.
(i
^0 to the OLD and UJi|
RLE
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GALLERY
On the N. W. Corner
PIC I U K LIl\u
wptc'nl Attention r/r*en to ChtM:•,,«
CVVxn
old I'x-tur,*
to inform thore in want of work ia Picture Frame*, ford, Trt
Ac-, I'or Mttl«* .1
UKK6G& ROBIi
itis line, that we ate now prr prircd to do
CAHDINli HPINMM1 AN0 WKAVINg/
and (Guarantee Halictaotion.
We will p»y the Highest Market Prlvefir
Wool. Tln^e having Wool to sell will find
it lo their advantage to pive us a call before
selling. We hnve DI* on hand the Largest
and Finest Stock of
4 9KT'
16-Horse Powj
flCuniiie and ItoiN
in good order.
£„. For Sale Cheap]
Trade for La'
Address the|
Voter Office
C.M. McClatc!
Pe!la, Iowa.
i»fwn.a-
lead to^thoTe. oTery ui iha •««,
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