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Inl tprlng, nJ
rinr
vmt^Matoera
K, vfcflc a g»ag of an
I It* oUmt akin till June l«|,
itni florttd where ike
ad partarM, Mid tho fene*
a period Inrrior to t)iU atock,
I cannot illnmrnte my naean
ter than by telling jtial how 1
«*kt fcnce, eeperially a« I tio
hi» I could improve"nnon It,
fence ia 90 rod* in length the
*ed, cedar tTeritring a boat
•hen in diameter. "The to
which altrav
part of dwn
Mt'V*
«ate,wrfjat
Mt Of I
h« hole*
•g tlie tor
nriB(
nd left, A
two M»i
incMw Ml!
one Aqr w
toe. i
posts, |W»f
icn loaded s
re end, am
the row ©f
each bole a
e team waa
i he driven
ken out, and,
e foot on «it
gon box, wit
ill ?wn
re half fitted 4 wltary of «chU»g
the bettor,
i man ao w*\
1 lietwew
vertically,
i horizontal
itandtug oc
next *te^
i
ax and
ii erder tot
Then a i
ring notehtr
owa: Tho I
ie ground
aecond i
space cla
aod tha loo
hiph.
E I pat a
bit into
the bolael
thoai ia
id of the 6
hoewsotr.
hea to tb
el to keep
PI
heala
tigfctoa tfc
•sr.
ea
hole M»
tofcno o
wire, aai
aokaali
iatmMm
enoogh
A oo^pjio
feetlo^
heat fer
leeciag a
e coil of
I002 that
1, and tfv!
i«Mi«r
nd ami
•tod
Slid TtfM*
II t-*M o«r pwpaM kl tfcfe or aajr
ofker time towllNttMlll puwtoM ra
I'jiwnlinH th« ftttore of the paper. Oar
e|ii i|tot lin her* avCcient at lemat
tit arrpwio* tn with the difficulties rar
aowiltwg a rouactoaciotu perfortnaace
«f editorial 6vt|rft, *nd to make «a
tint |x«aK|MaranticipationsItwhich
bo
laith Hluch underlie the organization
the jpeat Iteyuhftoae party of the
t-ooktir, and which were ao aignaHy
riwlicatod in the election of iu can
didate* laat joar.
Bat ariiik jielding a eordial std
uw| lakBed asacrt to the principtee of
|!.« fw i ablican organization, we re
a ea *Ti\
1
ita uru ami meaaurea if they are toand
to be inooneiatent with ihoee princi
ptM tr In ooatraveation of the public
good. We expect to have opiniona
MjKni the current topica of the day,
aadto expreea them. 8neh erpreee
Ioa, arWa qaeauona of pnncifde an
iavohrod, will be made withoot regard
to eoote^Maeti to ouraeWea. Upon
mis queatieae iaNhiag nero aaat
tcr of policy, onr aim will alwaya be
lo promote haimony and eflwwat ac
timt ia the Republican rankk In a"
»aat(«ra wc de»ire to deal iaapartiaOy
aad jnetly with the pnbiae, aaffbrief
00 mcreenary or ether en worthy do
tivc to warp our judgment or ioflu
cnee onr action.
But it in ia aasiatiag ia the advance
ment ot ita own proj»er locality that
the comity paper finds ita legitimate
and appropriate sphere, la chroni-
teaial, meral -and educational iater
wt« of Buchanan county and ita ri
s'ng city of Independence, there is
ample scope for the employment of
wieer licada and abler pens than our*.
We hope to make the local depart
ment of the Bt'LLKTix a "map of busy
Hie"' in city and oonntry, a faithful
of
f»r
Ira
FO!
the fact that a largo por­
tion of the readere of the BfLLKTiN
aro iigaged in agricoltoeal puraniu,
and that inattera of information per
taining to their ealiiog are of abaorb
ittjj inter eat to tltem. We invite
the intelligent farmers of the coun
ty to furnish practical eaeaj** for Pu^'"
liaatiaa in oar paper, upon aiibjeeta
smm tree ted with tlieir hoaineaa. VTe
ere aware that thia haa been an inter
eating teat ore of die paper in the paet,
r«l ilsdrataeoatiana it if oar farmer
frwuda will fantiak Haa material.
PtiiaHy, we aay ia tM candor to the
rradurs of tba Btpujnrar, that we nei
Utsw Lop* or aapart to iaaprove upon
the yameral gaaaar ia
which
Ihw
the pa
bata oaarfaatad heretofore.
it** he lata proprietor, baa at
tattard a ateadiag aad iaflacace aec
oii is thai et ae fiapar la tha State,
:i id haa a 4aaanraAy high rapatotion
for yaaaciati—a jaurarflaa aad etnr
•iy devotion to principle. Iu good
name ah
all eager no abatement in oor
littinla, if earneat aod aealoaa eedear
or can prevent it. We are not afraid
iy work, aud we hare aa much priu
tii the charauter of oar work aa if ita
iutportaoee were ten timee aa ganat aa
it te. We intend to m&ke the Bci.
j.*:Ti»i our work, to aland or Afl with
it tti be reapontible for ita finite,
swd to rejoieo in iu uteriu if it have
aoy, Aa4 lw at the outaet of QV
carver we would iar«4e tha gen ere
tMi-ofier.itiou of the liepobticaoa aad
pUolki Of Buchanan cOUOtV,
ai tbe aame time aaauriug tisem that
every iuani(e«tation of thtfir et-ufidence
and aupport will be
egorla ttji' ii our part
icr^u~re a^rUiy to repreaeet them
Y*.
•aw washed eat ia the hit
dore Ihi* »i(h no
^^e#6g or defeating the tri
pfww^les—its loaders alwavs
imaiei pattern, enfranchise^
dfe4 Mfcrms Were intviubUfc-
j""** Mid equal rigbtt.
A«*vnt
••cWvon. spirit I. fc,M in th« actio. Of
r'oc^ «f the Indiana
Mature Mr
qrnoc^m.
,hwb/
•pari- «oa*R
V^kiaetit w\
A falae report haa
trnit. may
br «f aa, however, that we
in Agaoaral way give aomo in
ilioatiM «f tho acopc and tendonciea
«f tho |*opor in iu now hinds. The
tHrntnn i« tbo fctare aa in the put
«U!1k)aa aalieaital&ng, nneomprorn*
inga iv wite of the principlea of jua
got
lUt
prising the Sute* of Towa, Minnesota and
Nebraska. U i« said iVi»i hi* mi^nntioa,
now made public, wmi tendered in orJ«- to
»ioe, tinmanttv. heweatjr end national Congre** so long ago u last Pocetober or of toft maples one vnr Mt, kiilcd. Stil! I
Wt furthenuore tb»i
Mr. Deering atnted to ua aiore than a year
ago. that hia health was too much iupaiivd
to warrart im in retaining the office any
eonaUatable litre. Thi* more than fooluii
fclaahaod is dssbtlan auggeated by tun or
jaaloatr. or both bat whatever the motive
the author ought to baar ie etied that slander
baa in poiscned edge behind. Mr. Daering
we be^ere to b* as true a Radical, and as
earu«st abater of Johnass-am a«lowaaffbnl*
rccord as an
lie criticism,
fate*
cruicisai.—Inca
ht
««'onrwh ea the pnvtlege of cnt pSnr ,0
Ung, and if neceeaary debouncing,
Qlftdt tAO ff004 TC
and that
Stntinel.
W* eope from the Uubsqn*
following notice of the retirement of onr pre
decessor Mr. Lxtmi*. Coming at it doe*
clinc tl.e news and farthering the ma- a prfitiea! opponent it a egmcek!
1
trih^ts to the antireir eoaaeientioo* aad
able maner in which Mr. Loonil
Judge Tomao has had ezperiet.ee in the
busiaew, is poMessed oftaieut and enterpril
ing. He will r.. dor.bt maintam tbe higb
•laadeed of tha Bulletin.''
—The project of betMieg 1
ftom McGregi.r to De* Maine* took a
defiail* *hape at Waterloo laat week by the
org.maiaatioa oi a company and the adop
tioo .if article* of ioeoreotetioa.
IB irreiafHMtfc
X.
Tyntr, of Pa*euport. Mujor
J.
B. Yoang. of Line County, and Jamea
Tboringtoo, of Seott connty, •Me rival caa
didateafor tbe Mir isterthip I# Equador.
Culonel David Wilson, cf Dubn.'iu*, and
C. A. IIaviland,of Parenport, are competing
(or Conmisaiotier of Pe:^iout. Gen. E.
W. Bice, of Oskalocas, bat a ri*%-' for the
Liverpool Consulship in tbe perron ot Silaa
Hudson, of Burlington. J. A. Strait, of the
fcjd)vi .o
0azttle,
ha* god hope* of beug
iieerelary of Legation at Brazil. Pr. C. C.
P^rry, -f 1 innipjrt, it to be Botanist of tha
l)eparluieDl of Ajrricultbr-". Of J. B.
£1 weil's appointment as Minister to G'-eta-.
mala, tbeia is hot much doubt be woul fill
tbe position
1
well r.d auly. W. F. Sapp is V
be United Stale* District Attoniet and it
itei«liWt*ure
t,,4t
General
J. it.
Uaitedl
dy aod Qun. G. W
aad wrnaal—Jft

lieniricki*
le be doacial Mail Ageut. The Gght for
IBtatea Merahal between Peter Melen
W. Clark stillgoet on, hot
ifoitus Hcguter.
JSS SSX."S JSlKr.
TOMSK.
laevlwMe.
of the Deakocratic
that it alone waa
luuiry and that
u rating
liciea ot
default of
them
of op
em-
ofjtfdy and trial before this Med*cin» all sidu
jfou
knear their virtues. Trial the Touch*
rone br wkich to prove thea* la*
-JHie's ludiau Hoot Pill*. For sale by a
JJiseUrrs.
Aldrith of th* Marshall flbae* thMgebron
icle* some of th* small trial* of editorial life:
It is a enrioue study to coi template tbe
manner in which people piteb into an editor
every once in white. Wegiop oae man'*
paper wben hi* time is
up—an(aaotbVr_a!!d
imiStSSim. ..
u. Peb. lath.
h. muuiad
about it. We conditio
Le geU toad. O. e n.an g*i* job of
CORRESPONDENCE.
«a*f#*ilr«*TI**r|Hi Ma»«ltt %r«rl
rout perflfaion 1
wi^
.**«*
th* mere purple# hdi«iiifc}0
lW
try ihht body oftlie 15th »rni
MlMtiea of the UalaMtftfetn
WkQP* to rate npoti allclaaa
thoal oto^aetim of nee color
condition.
No «n man bel)av«« tlatlM cen««Bt of
*W Lejrinlatwa af the State gfHi^M will
atoaately he wanting to ihi« aiukji of
jaalic*. Tha (actioaiat* iUibmItn peoli^^
My have ao hopa of aach a remit, bat yow*
nfcp tfi Achat the ratification by le^itimata
thay fall b*ek oa the favorite D*mo«
ClWtie expedient of aaarehy and diMW^anite
atioa adding tho«Mtid of dollar* to their
ataia MA, aod blocking the ir^eelt of legia*
Moo, all for tha an worthy pnrpoari of inter*
feeiaf viadtetir* bat ineffectual o' ataclea to
tke aaieer of true deeoeratie priociplM. If
aelftiac rite iedieated the decay of the eaae
powerful Democratic party, thii tliafing to
the dead daapotiua* and barbaritaia of the
peat, thia aueqaal and hopeles* ceataadiac
ac«nat all that ia benaSeaat ia tha worW'i
profieat, ia proof aaongh to thoaghtfhl
aiiada.
i-
•Wly. »«4
jSsar* to
faatitatkm
by com
inter of
Jt ti nliat I have
sli«ttrve Ihonied
onj its bitter hostility t" ^cac'*» In doinjt to I will try not to in*
dwlge in the flip|mt Iliiniond c«t dia»
1
aeee4'' atjrk of^tar •aoa|aous firaiul'' Clies
ter White in hia article of t)ot. 8th. The
•uecoMful hedging of the beautiful prairies
of Northern low», ia a matter of vital inter*
e*t to onr people and in disciiMlnft it, we
(bould talk in a quiet and truthful way and
not bluster for the mere lore of blustering,
aa I am afraid Chatter White is doiag.
Hi* article is dteoted to an attempt to
ahow that the Aaaeia ia not hardy. True."
he aay» hedgea in Maw Jersey may succeed
ei this plant," but ao far as he knows all
planta set ia hedge of three thoraed Aca*
cia in New RngWnd or central New York
bar* eotoe to nought, and all he known
hav* winter*killed ereu two
y-ara in hetl|f* row if net pn^eeivd. Now
ia t'Iking thi* way, either Chester White it
thinking of the true Honey Ijoeun" (fte
friHua ri»rt»e) or else he is talking in a wor«
dy way of what he know* nothiu£ abont.
fha trae Hooey Locnat is of tha common
Lorastbmily^likeotherLocuat it rproutsaud
ia destroyed bv.the borer. It has been tried
far hedre* at the Ea*t and uttrrly failed
It is tender any shite north of 40th parallel
except near the sea coast. The three thomed
Aaacia it
not
a
into circa'aiion
in^, of Oaage.
retpveting lion. N. C. Deerii
Special til Agotit for the Dla'rivt
Lncutt
Genns
It belongs to the
GlediUckia,
of which only two
specie! I think are indigiaona to the North
ern States. This plant it perfectly hardy jun#
ia the estteme aorth of tha New Sagland
Sta'es or of New York State. It is a native
forert tree of the »W( .VorMnwf, and
grow* luxuriantly la
late, AndT Johnton, We happen to know I ering it er«n the firjt winter after setting,
thi* to beM*e, a* we were long si ice appri*- The winter of 1«6T-S was the worst on
«d of hi* final determination to resvn and
t[M
iAfti hu rMiffuAiioa, to uke cCcc ou the n
comi.-e of rc new Admic^tration, was
txtrtmt S -rthern h*a
Md ia
tekeofftbe of c\ptt%tioa becaut* .114 ... ..
of bit rvUntion of the oBce and^r the apo*
Hioneaota. So far from winter
nm'1
d# D0C ,hink of
,nJ.hed,
pu«
roots ever Uown in the we.t,
but
m-

l»"^
notified to the whole Iowa de'egation ia c*tae oat *T! Hght, although 1 had hundreds
the spring prer.ons
wish to repeat, lb« pknu vf thr««iboraed i
Fall* I
f^cl
'h*1 a hed^e
We ate glad to b* able to conSrm the sprout, ea* aol iniefted by borer* or in
shove. Until within a few weak* we have tecis Ac. At to the barJiues* of thi* native
bean a near neighbor of Mr. Deering and 1 rest 1 did net suppose any one would
aoawwhat intimately acquainted with bit doubt it. Now about Chester h:te's talk
fee!ingt and purpneea. We know that it ha* about imported teed*. Allow me to ii-furm
bean hia intention for more than a year, to him that erery large dealer ia tree seeds in
raaiga hi*position aa Spreial Agent juat as Europe offer* the three tfcorned Acacia by
soon as the aew administafion eaa in a the cwt. Eastern nursery men are this
a position to appoint hi* ituwitr. And tear importing it by the too to raise hedge
we furthermore giee it a* our opinion thtt I plant* frwn. IfC. W. loabts it leiag th
if he had been inclined te stay ia th* office, identical plan', indtger.cas to our r»* riv«r
eoebange weeM kaee b«*a mad«L A* to let him srnd to Bryca Co, Glasgow. Seo*.
•he doubt taggeatad of Mr. leermg'* soand- 1 laad oed procure a package und plant. I
aaaa ea a Bepablicaa it toaclies us tome- will close with a word about this plant us.
wbateleaeir. Mr. Deeriag waaocr thuie.- I ^is^ a suck Lsrrier, -nhcther care for or
for th* tieasieatiao te Congress last faV. mM-
mara, •ithont culture or pmnatw,,
Hermld
the
9m"
formed bis editorial datie*, and is an cviJtnee
1 hat honest, independent journalism will com
mand the teapect aad applaeaa of eaenihMc
most violaatly aataconiatic in political *es
timent:
The Iniipen Jence Bulletin hat been told
to Judge Toman, of Mitceeil couutr. for
merlv publisher ot the Osug* Nurtb lowan.
chrOuicle uf paaaiiig even'.?, improve- i U« *. take poo»esa.ur: ou i*ie 1st of April
HMffta, buaiuees, aehoola, iodasttial ir
t«t*«t* and Bcherrtea for public ameli
.•ra'ion and im|»rorcment. In thia we
i-rave the cordial co-operation of
friend* in towu atid county ia tlie
way nf furniahttig itema. We are cot
lHtmindful
J. I.. Locmit wbo tbu« retire* fr-ja» jourv
nalit'n in In^epeadeace, is a gentiemau of
rare ability ia the protessi'tn and his retitw*
met wi:! be a seriTu I si. He establish®.]
:Ka Hulietin *ome three fuur years age,
wb' a two^oiher uewitwuers were published
at Independence, and by energy anti«»at«r
pri-ie made it a succea*. His paper is oa*
of the beat in the nter.or of Iowa. Eilwe*
ly radical in politics it bat been rootu inde
pendent n tone than most other radical pa*
per*, and has supported what we belie** te
be tba wrong aide of poiitic* with tbe beat
ab lity. We shall regret tba loss of Mr.
Loom!* to tbe profession of jjurua'iatn.
m*Tafirstfeally
Hoping iliat Chester White and hi* neigh
Hon will pat her and plant seed for trial tbe
eomiag tpring, I am yoar Retpecfatly,
£^nr
Jus tea L. Bc»a.
gsBLLsacao Barro* Ce. lava.
•ilfi rtaatlai sal Cmltmre.
Ia all matter* of ha man enterprise,
(Hedging included) tha principal meant
eecetsaryto tfccce.-t is to kno
and xhat.
how,
jrcaie,
and unfounded faith in
works.
Froto rarinot letters from Washington we
learn of earioua applications made by Iowa
aten for anpointnent*. Among the apli
cants for la-'ian Afencies are Capiaio
Benjaicin Van Steinburg, of eltsmi
County J. W. Chapman, of Coaaeil Bluffs
CaptaiA N.
With Hope to lead, Com-non sense
to guide, and a strong arm to execute his
pnrpose, no man need fail. Tbe maa who
has played tbe Agricultural game of Eucre
te anv porpoae knows very well that hit
"chance to »in are only wheu
tpada
be eufficient. Torn tlie **ma at ti oe
I»""/»•'nethng4last
p- nt„
nig at a very low price, and .!'«• U a s'o»
cu'o*ifr, he thinks tliet-f'h'.r a rag Itarh
n he cotr»e» to want hi- jay. We speak
-r.ib'-of ont- n an nod hi* rival gel* mad
timt. I' we *'xtle witb a customer at
id "(lite quarter, be says we atw "al
pi ty fl.arp" for our pay. If we fail to
i.p aroun'l and *ei'l' he «aya we are a
elts*, heed!«*a of a huaiueaa etee.
-I •••, aj'h v*riva* compUint.', ei
1
r*
vf
be*,t. Ul*d,~I
—uv.no Hoe iwthe world I „.d pack close and firm
lout bv rn/ir»»J i Female Irrepuiai itiea, U*-ao.itu t, Jnatcea t*
7 I 'orL.v« Cotnclainu *c. They parify all -ne wsy. Plant.
ninke Ibe pa-1 rai^ova »1I ob^tructi »«ef ct a* will thr»w np Iwo or tho
*l lio akin of piinpiw good as wilt one Mt perpendicuUr.
secure the best ivtulu. I will in tome fut
turo article give tho reason* why thi* meth
ol is Iwtter than any ether ia use, as the
question will come anil speaknc varie
ties and tbair treuitn^at. Youm t'irtli allet,
row, Chkstkii Watrv.
•TATKNBWO.
"""Ufa AraiM.t Ki ik»do the widow of an
Iosr* soldier has !u enelrc .l as postmistross
at K ldvvllle aod will iloubtle** r*ccive the
.'xppoiittment, as she c^riainly desnrres-to.
—The Anamosa
Rureha
on
Aeacia'of one summer *growth in seed bed.
some whiter* mijkt
tiUe-l,
aud to I sat
of J1 other furest trea seeding better pro
tect tbem. or better jet take ihem np and
bed them is. The badge Acacia after set
ting in hedgw raw needs no protection, onlj
taming farrow* toward* the plants in the
tall with a plow. The hedge at Elizabeth
town N. J. was retiered to a* a lest of the
thi* plant grew thicker
and more inpenetrable with age, did not
na-suirg was thi*. The plant
mt
and wa do net propone to ba silent nnder i wry tenaewme ef lit*,
the charge even bj implication,»f supporting
a Jnheem mm for one place. Mr. Dee
ring't RepqMicantsin ha* ne taint npoe U.
I: planted ia aell««
gronnd, weal. M.not choke it eat. Ia six
says that some
scamp in that town stole the ortralls of
a small pox patient, which had been lianp
out on the bushea to reniiUts. N use to
imprison that thief he is sure to
break out.
—The Fort Uodga Atu-U Vaf is offered
for tale.
—The (hage TVihaar «ay* that Cireoit
Judife Brookway weol to Mitchell to hold
court the other day, bat hearing that the
small pox was prevailing tit town, sent a
hurried mesvigo to the Clerk to adjourn
Court, and loft a* tiut a* horse flesh could
eirry him. Petfectly proper no U,wn aflSic*
ted with the small pox should her* added to
iu tribulation* the preaaaea of a fu*sy llula
Court.
—The Decorah
Ht/mMicun
rrry properly
indulge* iu a bi? tvjoiee orer the announoc.
ment by th* Co, Treasurer that Winneshiek
county is out of debt. The feeling
—Not Geo L. Xaithewshat V William*
it app inted aod aoofinaad Puatmaataf!
at Itubaque.
A LarKLT BEAST.
co'
rk
l,er
e_W,«.
thi* theory and thuatfke pain* not
to supply their cow* with plenty ot
good succulent ft'od. Verily these
Sol Sileox tanner* have their reward
their cow* look mearly feel meanly,
and irive as title milk a* possible,
These m^n take no prizes at agriruitu
ral lestivals. they envy those who do! We hsre a larje »tock ofPerftimary, Sesps,
and they ro apt to he slow about 1
Twenty pounds *fbay, at one baVeeet 10
IflM poaads of iptetrta ae meal,at two teats. IS
T*t*l
aud we .*»»V her to n-rtdnee frr»rt it ten
quarts of niee milk, *orth, ai six aiuj
a half cents somu sixty five csnt*.
Xow the cow does not wi«h lo do
this elie wishe* sucklu her calf, to
liek ii and play with it, and then to
wander at her own sweet will among
the meadows and bushy pastures.
But she forgoes her own wishes to
please us, aud more than that she doea
kindly and eerenely. Is ahe not then
a inost lovely beast Is there any
human heaat who ever doea an?
Xone not one
IT
he*
Ii- tb:i matter
at lea»t. kmc
matt be the primary consideration—wh»n
and what, may be considered more at leit
ore. There are certain qualifications that
mnst b* possessed to jfiee anr one the po«si
Ue chance of gathering Laurel* from tbornj,
or security and repo** for old age. Among
I the ttock in trade matt be found
t/*V in April jalajcy.
Braint,
HOUSE & LOT FOB SALE.
Tha «nitra^rel *1:! f«1.l hia Dome aod Lot,
iugt«^ in tha eiuth eat 'juartarof ihe citr»oD
rerf rr**niahle tern# For fall articniarnao*
qar« ai
good
my
are
tramp* and to make a point be itust lead
it bower.
At Winter hat dealt the cards, let
eery man who has either farjp or garden,
play tha be*t he bold*, on thit depends bis
seceae* or failure. It matter* little what
variety of plant* be set* or how he sett them,
pro
Tided lit* ground is not well fitted to re
ceive tbe»—a* no syttecn of afl-r enltnr*
can (apply tbe defect of *ucb neglect. Oar
prairie toil (that it with clay tubitoi!) can
nfi be wall prepared for the Hedge row with
•at thorough drainage, and deep and repeat
ed working with tbe
plow or spade.
level furrow 12 to 20 ft wide—from 4 to 6
timee the first year, each time turning the
fWrow* oat-ward and working iht dead fur
row! at deep as po*siUe, corer well with ma
nure, and revert* the plowing once, jiist be
fare frost. Oae plowing in the spring will
Ao vxc^Iieiii farm. hn*wa iu tha Kreraa
Farm, tbr*«» u«rth raat of the City of la
ieoc*. 160 acre* of Prairie an SO rru of
TiUi^r atj"«it oBe mil«? from tha fvrairta lani.
The fa.
a
"rr
the ditch, and if «*dr„?
(w but notrunis. They are made pllnia use a flat, iron or tte*l diMde. Set
frawjiiarl-
the plant* at an angle of SO to 43 degrws
Riant the plants
set in this
•hoots a* atrnng
a W a u r- i i I
-isworthy,
6,
in-
v
A
11
I Pi«.
m.
n wall waoi ia aaeperior
Urin, a fbare c«'tivj «tl anl fanc«i a
hoot« nn i barn, aci go**} oaar the b«aa,
w»(h gro«e, trwit Iraaa and »hrubl-er/. Fur par
ticular! eoqaira
on
tka pwnUea,
l.-^n. for tlie '.rp^
1
Mulch on each side of the plants, and turn
a furrow on tbe ttraw to hold it in plau*. a
•hert tiwa before cold weather aeta in. Koth*
ing mere will he needed the 6rat year after
planting. To all who want Hedge* either
for garden ornaments or for farm pro'ecion,
lot n* ssv. si war* begin tbe year be for hand
and prepare the ground—being assured that
no time i* lott, at by the plan described
yoa drain, manure, and subdue tba land,
gifimg
tbe tub-ami the benetit of on* wints.
froat and airing—hue a*«wti«g atOM than
treble the productive power of the aed, aad
giving you tha best poasible chance for winter
protect!* to the plants. By this prore**
you will get a better growth ia 3 years than
can be reached in
by the ubual method of
fitting. Nor doe* it* application end tb
the Hedge The tatse coarse thoald be
•»3ra*H *"h O-.VaHt tr.d *r-sb^tr hal't 'i
ulwiyritwrwr
Wijon
iwnran-". 'in'
BltOTilMtS,
OAFFAf-LS BLOCK,
Independence, Iowa,
•are Just rc»i»ej a
)mg* Kt
»l'
U S
MEPIOINBS,
&c.,
Whlsb hareheea
Sdcclri with Grraf fttt,
and bought for rash, ami will I* »»«be»p
any nther house wiM sell the same quality of
Uouds lor e«»h. We sliall keep oar ituek
rnuplete at all times, and alai t. keep the bMt
articles to bo foond ia the market.
stvck of
:Riig'sSAa.krssla,
,,air
,OVe,-V
l^a^iag. as 1* now t.e cum ti eovr, or starves a cow d»-««»rToa the
the Osage-U b^ometa good stock banter.
strawberry, the Cot eord and Clinton Grape with hail, a four-rail fence, tthsi1v
Ac. It wouKlbe ajsucceas with the maase* be
cause it would hear nagla.-t. Could our Iowa
farttert b* mad* to undfrsund how
three ibomed Aeacia,—such a* those fcr
instaac* upon tb? grounds of Ellwang*r
A Barry Roche*ter, N. Y., and *round Syr»
ecu*, N. Y.. or C)lambut, Wit. there would
tumbled down
treit 1 ptopos
riate hedge can be made of the
^-'l
therefore, w*o^»w»k»««cow, or kKk-
ktarVat
n
\et I emphatically wonld adrise careful tinjr, I propose to tny self to k?ep, fir
methodical culture and unitiajement, (Vllows' use, a hreezr ktioll, wind
My mientiou was to intimate that this
a|HC|j
plant waa something like the WiUou Albany -jrce*, a senile slcetv rain seasoin.l
When
1
tray* n«rth. thermometer at lo il'
iu this de'icion* re
to allow the Sol Sil-
coxea to stand, without overcoat
with their backs up tvr.d h^ail* dowt,
there thee can chew their cuds of and
I'eili.i}/. ti'i:l them aweet—at the good
cows do not.
What ask the cow to do, and
shcwo
does do, it to convert cheap
be leu of 'be teed of oar so called Hon** or unin\ itiiig food into ^ood aud dear
Locnat going to waate)apon our river bottom* That ia, we pat iuto a cow ptr
lav, say
than now.
^^ewnaB
The Milk MUc-
Fatattur# 8 tor a, swrth auieof Mmis
Mract. J. C. GLA6i.
Ibdepandeaee, April 116*. H-tf
FARIi FOR MILE.
wf
A
fall
Paints, Oils Varnis&v
DYK STUFFS,
BETTSHES
of all
Kinda.
WINDOW OLAS*
it
a
comfortable on* to hocast people.—The
Mies. Val. laa. Go is reorganised under the
new law.
—TUe next Republican Slate Convention
will be held at De* Moiaaa ea Wednesdsr
Any Sise
FMM 1x9 TO SS)««,
Patent Medicines
We are prepared t* sell the fWlewtag kiods at
UaaafaetareM* Wholesale Priees:
jaynks,
AYKR'S
•RAKFKXBUROt,
sco vi La,
D. KAN OMiCat,
J. HARRIS A OO.'lt,
Br«wi's Troch s 4 W*tb Ptafhs
f'Aaus idea aeerna to prevail,
tifttk shine that a good cow mafces Whitlow** 5ttlbill^}Iipt
h'T m,lk in some mycletioua way,
drawing it treni the doptlia of her
moral connciotianeim, rather than from
the food which n'.e puts into her tna
chine. Some t'aniu-ra jieem to act up-
Pilui's Wkite Pine C«NfMi4
ill Hiaw Dertor,
BarreltN Rair Inltrilin,
E^alae CnIUn
SImb'
u4
Ponifrs.
Brushes, 0.mU, a«.
pavi-ig up their grocer*' hills. There pLwea-Sjam'o Pr*tmifia«
are a number of Utetn about the 1 •JoICIBB S IiTHI ipUOBo
uip. andel with cart and JiJpsteh.
country, lut we trust the laat will
aoon die out.
A good cow deaerve* a better man A Fall Mifli ©f Willi's and
than that. A good cow does her ut- I far MedSeiaal Purpose,
most to minister to our pleasure and
0iv,
profit, and deserves careful and (rood
treatment. lienituiKor that, after a
sort, she ia violating her na'.ure to
please us. The n:iturul or wild cow
trives tnilk to suckle her yountj for
fow months of the year while our
cow ives milk for tell months in t!
year without ceaMng. We d-priv
her of tho pkasure of atickliug he
noting, and say to her: Grind up fji
this fotlder into milk f«r us—work
lud she does it. producing for its sotne
three thousand quarts of milk jtr 1
year. We have induced h''r to tiTs,'
i Iter own pleasure, to Ibrgel her elul
I and to work tor ua aii'2 for mv uai t. i
us ca'l before
[,
Ti A THt
^IWNCLES, SASH,
BOORS,
III irim ALWAYS 01 liD'
Oar Lumber is fre* from sand nn
dirt, and very superior to raft*
Lumber. Webuybv the csrj" h»v
lug da*k r»«ia of our own ia Chic
go, and handle onr iamber tlier
uurteirea. Our faeltities for eotr. ..
tit ion are ausarparted.
$
u fall aad See oar Laaib
Brfore Baji*g.
0 Wey.y th* b'.gheat asrint p-ice
bd|'or graia, aadstors farmers grain
'the most rearonab s Urma,
k
tba widow,
or W. II. liar n luda| eu1ac .», or of tiao.
*tly.
Brewer Co., Iwwa.
GEOROK W. Rl'DlfK'K,
Kxccator.
Maruh 29, UA». 4« tf
Arr*t*tlU*a te the Lailtt,
We propose to ihow a better assortm nt of
Hoop Skirts, Hosiery and '«r,eta. aalatohe*p
er priec* taan acre em before uffered iu Xude
pudeaee, allvwioK the Ud:* U the joJ^a*.
l'im west ol il utmir Hi":.
1 I K.VbK A MBLI.rSII.
Plow a
A
l'«
j-ril,
uf
jLc
iti«»jil dwlr cl will iiulbufiu
»n«n
Chanlertaln,
it. NBWMAX,
ladapenJence,
Ali. Cbamberlaia,
!1S leith Witw, St.,
CHirAOO.
Turner Ac Melliah,
AQEXTS *0R THE
WHEELEB ft WILSCV!
Sewing
Machfies,
1 Doer West of Montour Hem**,
AND DEALERS IS
FANCY DRY GOODS,
LAD IKS AND OF. XT*'
FURNISHING GOODS,
Table Linens, Napkins, Ac.
Xew York Mills, Loa*dale( Wamsotta, Bete*'
and Uabut
BLEACHED SHEETINGS,
ALWATS OX HANI).
6,6,8
NOTICE.
Tbe (jui'ified «1 ui IotepeDdent School
Il#triet of Indepen J'-nce bounty of Boohiinan,
»h 1 Stat.- of Iijwa. are Uerel.y n.nhfl, that a
l"i eeit:( 1,,'reti n wit! i» b«M ai i'burt U /twe.
is eawi ditrk-t. un tbe 3etn I hdiur iav iu
A10-4 Bleached Sheetings.
riXR AND MIDIl'M
WHITE
ANNULS.
Fla
A KILL LINE OF
White Goods and Laces.
Clark?e and Coat's Thrccyl,
Sewing
•l*teriuiamg HIi•ber
l'»v« ol its
.ai» tbe .u. u^t uf Sftceu th.uljr.d !i!iar»,
bearing ii.tcrot at ttu ],er c. „t. |.cr auuum and
haling u-n year? ti mn from the date ,.f the
i-nu- t'ifir if, f.rtbe pur|,.,.« of huilil-n^ a
sibjol boa-em pare»{ chapter ve of the
manner Law» pas* 1 at tl»e 12il. (leheral A«reuib y, of
Iht
State of w t, ap(/f.,»e i Af.ri, Slh, Itoi.
XJUtiWria el the ballot um be
rt/R TUB L0AX *Z"'.
AOAlKal TH* LOA^'
o'elook A if. **d
UESMUW, ri.c,
ut,,'sk
j,
~AOEJITlWAIfTEDrO*THI~
Sights
and
Secrets
OF TUB
National Capital.
Avon
DKscRirTiv* or waraixoro* nrr
itr Ugh aad its loir lile ssagaibeent pub
iu edifices hidden mysteries villaiaiet
eerniptioaa tbe ioetd* aerkin(s ef tbe Cand-
Silks
"To All
•. i
T0IL£T ARTICLES. £3iUJ|*»»e j«at
SMALE BRO'8.
CHICAGO
a
BLumber Yard!
NEWMAN & CAM 31U! I
A
aii'» tor my pa.
re ric.vic- rinecr moil
rt
•F'H
CBICA*»,
LUVBKR of ALL KINDS,
iaciuiitag
Boards, Scantling, J«!sK
J*Frnflasf, Flotria?, Siding,
V f1«'»!ii:t Li.mfcfr.
!t
#R€Ct»iors
Threshing Machines,
Beapers
1
i
OP ALL r.RBDBS AND COLOW.
A Full Stock of NOTIONS,
Common ft Paper Cambrica,
DRILLING ft LINEN
011 tVAIfjT LINING,
UAIR CLOTH A WIGQIN.
Millinery
Goods'
Of TilEIK SBASOlf.
In fact w* iutend lu make it a Ladies' Store.
Call aad sea fet yourselves.
TUBHEB ft MELLI8H
dcaoc, ^*a- W,
[ndepeadcaee, I31V. [31-tf
BLANK8! BLANKS I
We
ot
*mmen' *nd showiag bow money is sqaander*
ed b»w publlo tertaats periotm thoir traits
b'jw riogfc are uaii^^ed: b-.'W nftciatsare blaak
mailed jw couaUirfaiting is osrrisd eo snd
*11 about fcm^'« lobby memberr, Isdj c.erks,
4c Ac. It ie heau'ifslty il'u^traied, and u th*
spvitit, most tbriliiag, eotert .imoj, lnatriMt
iv* std startling book ef the day. Kend
for circular*, with teraM, Aa. Addieae JOti(Hb
JCft'KCX A rp, tar Csath CUtk mte^,fM
-*g- ". i
invite the t*aation
of
&
A
every
Ofioer In the
Oonetr aOHOOL UIRt-CTOBS. TEACH
BR8, JCSTICKS, CONSTABLES LAW
YERS,
Aa., thai
A O U O O K S O E
THEY WILL FIND
Every Blswk They Nc«4!
CALL AVD EXAMINE MT 0TOOK.
gAKW
nmmmm
fevTi CASH!" 'CASH! OASH1
tVbon
Mowers,
Seed Sowers,
Sulky
Z'nw.,vT
r^m
180O.
1
Books,
Photographs,
eriodicals,
Stationery,
Bo
y -»-».»
KNOW YE, THAT
&
v
its selling Goods on a strictly CASH Basis,
Qmtefuenily fa :4n scli Gyydt from TEN to TWENTYptr cent, lets than those who teU on Credit.
Therefore ho 'nolft at! who pa^ ojsft 09 delivery of Uoodato oeU aod SxaminM hia Stock, and gel"Ma pridM. Ho
keeps rvCtaaerai 6tock, opaaiating of the
Latest Styles of Dress Goods,
VRW* TR!MMm4M::M§ «MI BUTTONS, PRINTS,
SIIEK riX( s, BLEACHED MUSLINS, WHITE GOODS of ott kinda,
KLAXNULS of all colors, OtOVEaL... HOSIERY,
PAMfRPTPfW t% COLLARS, FARA80LV, f, FANS,
HATS & CAPS, LADIES' SHOES & GAITERS,
BOOP SKIRTS A BALMORAL SKIR TS,
*#eMti(U AsMrtmUf FAUCI €IP8. C0TT0N1M8, aU gra^tt fries.
A SPLENDID STOCK OF
A YEftT CHOICE STOCK OF
FAISTCY GROCERIES
At Oucago Wholesale Prices, Freight added.
DO XOT FORGET THE PLACE*
RIDDBLL'S STORE.
Be sure and Call before purchasing elsewhere, and gat
Remember ike place vp street, Nearly Opposite the Poet Office.
9ia&i db ii.
jaccAja .i?
rnr%
BOWIiET & OHCITT
JfVay Concern!
mj
Bceelvcd
vr.[ Tii
::-V
Xf«ai'ge and Splendid Stock of
NEW SPRING GOODS.
IO
4. uttrnt
JOiiH
b-« tl
»«1 k'd
Call aad See Them*
to SiiMftord
Having made large additions to their store room, are now receiving
A FULL STOCK OF
•SHELF HARDWARE,
Bouse Trimmings, Mechanic*' Tools, Glass*
CUTLKRY,
dbo,
la additiou to articles formerly kept by Sanford Braa.r«u«b ns
Farming Tools, of All Kinds,
Plows, Road Scrapers,
Sew Publications Constaitlr Received
OR PROCURED AS ORDERED.
We have received direct from tho publishers tha finest lot ff
English Bibles, S. S. Rewards, Toy Books, Ac.,
Clothes Wringers,
STOVES AND TIN WARit
WITH THE BEST STOCK OF ICKDI IN TOWM.
Mi
Corn
Sulky Hay
and other Machinery.
1809.
8, WA€€0NER €0'8
Baskets,
Toys,
Oomba, Bmsbes,
s
Blank Boolu,
Albnma,
Wall Fapor,
Wallets,
Portfolios,
TOm*aWmt
Stereeeeopas 4k Views,
Chromoa.
Gold Faasi
w
Window Shaded
Spectacles, *x
Ever seen here. They are very beaatiful and cheap.
a WAGGONER «c CO.
rrTHngB DOORS WEST OF THE MO
ti TOUR HOUSE.
C00KC08URH&C0.
Iiairlltlnlatnti Ckica«o,
tr
"iU-cHmd to ""U» Motr-
taemrvti It* this paper, at our l"wmt
rlto$tamd*n J0imtt f»r an .Vm*p+
ft* V. M.mmd Hrrritnrvj.
DVERTISE
Tovlns- 1^uiiS
1herebygiveliyotherthatIbyIlaohananatlodo
notice, stn prepared
Team Work on ehcrt notice, and low
prieta—either tfco day or the j.jb— a Utile
cheaper than aay uaa ia Ctun-
'J-Ordersleftpromptly
*t the Pott OSes, orst A. H. foa-
ds's, will be stteuded to
-t
i
DISSOLUTION NOTICE.
The copartner *hiuh«retoCor* esisting be
twe. n thu aadersicaad. nnd*r th* *tyl* of
Hernok
kiSherwoad,ia
thi* day diieelved
by mutual aooaeat.
C.T.
prices.
tt'W rnr%ii 'iitrf i
wt~
Bro%
HanicB,
March |9tk. 1M.
km*H
pmtktrni
nek Sherwood. aaraeetly iefw*tad to
•ettle at aaaa.
39 3w
0.
t.
Hwmob.
MONBY TO
a. eroaaitf.
faltyealaa^*, It,!*•'. ti Sn
LOAVff
fn^tira of .!.! Lslie
SCR0FTTL1
Aad all l"isa«e4 of thi* Id md, an I all erupttv
Jistassa
of
tbe aK iii, o.i Tumors aol IU
eera, *rii.n« from eb.itcier saaae, can ba per
aanently eured by ibe nse of Sr. Rebeck'
Dlood farifler aiiJ Blood Pitts.
UNPRINCIPLED
i^eslera o!tri» rt rouitu "'b^r i«.tfrie I'^tawac
thaj have& 't inflk «|«s,ro t» ramtion
tba -t |ar^ha«tii^ a ti ot tb»M
^*7 abeek'a litwnach DitUr* an! none other,
if
Jim
would eotabat diaasse lueceafilly.
WANTED.
All psrsena tr .nl.lad with t'.iKtiiHncs rr Cm
stlpatun of the B'vtel. to Uuv UobacU'a Bloo.l
Pilla they c^::t iin n^ inrreurr, they are pare
'J vegetal.la and awrk like a (harm eae k*
taken with safety by pa-seat ef all age* aad la
ail eoD'htions of life.
LADIES
Of .edentary liabit. whn requires (tcttle pur
gativ# will &H.1 Kihack. H.o,.d fills j,„,t
LIVER ('•MPLAIMS.
I Jaundice and all sffeoti„n. ..f ibe ver are
I 810 K HEADACHE
Arises frum a disordered state of tbe atumaeh
snd lowcla, aad a hilk.ua derangement of llie
lirer, aud can be permanently cured liy the uae
I of Huback's Bluud I'uribtr and l)l«ud l'illi.

4'r**tloM
"°*a*faayiiig each bottle aod
DYSPEPSIA.
Thonaaads uf the irst safferers from this ter
rible gnaalag disease have Tieeu cared bv tbe
as* of Robaek's Stomach Biturs, as ths t*sti
onlsls
BOW
ia our hand* felly piote.
C0HYALE8CZNT3
Shoe Id use Ruhaek's Ftnmach Bitter* to
•teenfthea the proetitatioa which always fal
low! acuta diixiases: it will h~ f. .un f.ir .tiipe
rior a« a .liuiulatiag tunie to any of the wine
and bark preparationi af the presunt da,.
NEURALGIA
Can b« tffertaallr osr^l Ly taking Kohush's
Blood Tarifter and BJood iHiia, o^U batbiugtba
afeot+4 perls witk Tiaeiate ef Aeoaite er Chlu
roforio.
PILES.
There ia no me lirine n u*e ao eAtaeieui
Dr. Rohank'a Itlo'jd 1'uriker and lliood Fills for
the permanent euro ol Blind or Bleeding Piles
they strike at tbe root v( the diteese, thereby
removing the aaaae.
th*
*otir« initNrtorUalale partnar. wowld amo
nuee that h* wiO eoatina* the baaiaae* at the
old stand sod wtU a*ttl* all eatateadia* ac-
oou"dtthcueeeouat*indebtedtethe
tfA11
l»«awa SrmWB«r
NIGHT MARE
Is one of tha many disassee
•ia is tbe i.nrent. To afft
should avoid hearty feed at
wioe-glaes full of Ruhack'a
letlrin? to bed
H. PAL.
Sf!crK4*nitH
l0
J. H. PA LBttF^
WINTIln Ol,
We ehall at all Moo* I. |Baf„i
tl.e old patron* ,,t ur at.,,,' ...i ..
tig -I. will .1., well t„
cs
IJt tna.
*..ek. He are oonilsntlj reeaivin,
«r the l„(-.t n.vle, ',.f
tji ». ll oloee and
K
i.e ew, v „nr
Wielr m.iiiey, the reason in evldeat i
ainke "iir prieva iit«n!*r un I ..lieai, oT?"'
ttcle, and give our xuat.itner. i-it,,! !",u""•ol
%h.,.l, milleunbl.. 'bom i
Uroi.geat compc-ti.,,,,,
H1
Coffees,
th,
l'rompt attention at all time.-j,
*r», snd all urd earetull, QltenJn,!
?*'*-W'8'
|atlafa*lien guaranteed.
W«* shall
keep
Luim
a
and
sir.'ibio iStoi k of
DRESS GOODS.
French
Afcrinoes,
Empress
Cloth*
DeLisle Poplins,
Alpaca
Lustres,
Armures.
A Fum Stock ol
Cloths*
Cassimeres and
Furnishing Ooodi.
A Largu Slock of
GROCERIES,
And the peepl* say that they find (he Ut:
Teas.
Sugars,
Syrups*
Dried Apples,
Fine Tobaccos*
AT Tin: OLD STAND.
Clothing
Cheap
cm
ani
HARDWARE
Hay Forks.
Manure Forks*
Cast-steel
iry,
Pocket Cutl ry,
fa Waie,
Lanterns.
e
msdieine tbey want, they areperfeotly .ale an.l
can be taken at all times they chbu*b ao ae*
oaiy or mineral poUon, bat at* nnlr vegeta
ble.
...,n
removed by the nae of Kohaek'. 8l.jinae!i Hit.
ters and lii.j.iJ Pill, thay are- .in|. ne.l of Tee
stable medicinal extract* with e.i.acisl refer
aa*e
to their direat aetka
aa tha
uree
gestivt aji[ arstu*.
8c
S*
Mi
Ut
fag
W
ii.\
Hoeg,
Garden Rake*
Carriage
Bolts
Screws
Butts
Hinges
»at
a
t-*-
Axes
Scythei
iw.
*t
tr.
|loJ
Bitts
Door Trimmings
Door Catches
Hooks & Staples
Table Cutl
i
1
Anjnrs
1h«
HA
i»l!i
'I
ti»«
G-age wheels.
Rolling Cutten,
Plow Handles,
Baaptr
FAEMINGTOOLS
aad di
IT A 1.1. KINDS.
MOLINE PLOWS,
Maaafautu.i'd hy .1. IvcreJ
Grand De Tonr Plows,
both Stubble and Ilreakera all
k'n-l-.kfr-"»y,sis
to inch rut. and mil i e- I at -t.'
A 1.1. ri.uW.S WARKtMI'Il to flesr
toil, or uo aale.
HORSE RAKBS,
Reapers & MovMB*
WAGONS,
Maanfaetared by Connollv. Pubum-e, Wtf*
RAMTBU THE IIE»T IN TIIK MAKkR.
Boots & Sioes.
I,* OIKS' Kit' i UTKii.v
I.ADIK8' CAW SllOtS,
S.-KS'l'AT TII'FID.
LADIES' SEItUK ^'Ai KP.3
UAITFRS,
uissi-'S' t'ALF^HOtt,
JW»V' -HOES.
BO\6'•SI.IITKRS,
I^IOI'r,
Bov.s*
caLF
MEN
mors,
ii
MKN'S KHKNi.ll Kll'
.\S,
i
*51! U.liKKN'S SHOES,
t'HILDRKN S ANKLE TIBS.
Sherwood's
which I),apnp
a obre, peraeti*
'•ght, aad
i
lOTS.
mkn's !?i.Ariii
rt. tn
kip
BOOTS,
llliN'S LIN Kll KM' HOO I S.
jMKN S siO(
Best
FAMILY FLOUE
Constantly on lfan!
AND
talma
•aach Dlttera ea
WARRANTED.
Wiethf»p Mar

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