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BE JCST RIUR MT
Kiss. HT2BA SPICEii. Assistant fcditor
FATTRDAY. JAN. 2GTII, 18,36.
a iy o! ot.*r rcaJcis n.u uvafe
that at ti:tf last Convention of the Auieri-
can party of Iowa, held at Ioun City, we
wer«- !erted one of the delegates from) for
this State, to attend the American Con
vt'Btion, to bo held in I hiladelphia, on
the 22d of February n« *t,
For the purpose of attending said Con-
vtntion, we shal, be absent from the coun
ty nearly one month shall leave on or
•bout the 12th of February, and return as
soon after the close of the Conveuticn as
At this Convention it is proposed to
make nominal ions for President and Vice
President, for the November campaign.
We will go to the Convention without
a preference »re have no one now in
4iew whom we are anxious should b# put
i i ii'imii ation. All we ask for is a man
good and true, one who sunds right, up
on the great issues before the Amerirnn
p-ople, ar.d such an one vre wiif give our
»oi•• for. W'c go, too, wai.out ai.y in
structions from the party which we are to
represent, except sc far as this Thai
if
IP*
are nomina'td, ire must decline.'!'
It u probable, however, that co nomi
nations will be made—that the matter
n il! be put off to some future Jay—or
fiat the whole matter «vH! break up with-
j«u doing anything that may be called
Kood. Were it not for having :i,e free
States fully represented, we for one,
Mould aave our money and stay at home
till as the slave power will be there w.th
all its forces, each man who is delegated
Iroio a fiMH State ought aieo to be at uis
post.
Jfvtt Fount. A promissory note was
I 'ft by so ncbady upon one ot the coun
ters, .f one of the steres of this place.
If somebody will come forward and prove
property tiiey can have ««i note.
*1l Undergrouxd Rjilnat.- I'. is
said there is a subt rra.man current i'rxn
the river ciin-s to the interior towns of
trie Mite, by wh,:'i the imbibing bipeds
re supplieJ »i the Illinois staple. Tnia
s'mm'J Us i!w Ilfniitty Railroad.
County Affur*-
At tfjc urgent request of the citizens
•t Cebter township, w*i have extended
tfie time cpon th* propositionTor a coun
ty subscription to the Ru.lroad. It is a
n alter of ail nuporUiiCe lo the people of
tiie centrnl portions of the county, and
ey feel the impoitance of it, cud are
straining every nerve to obtain the road.
The town of Tipton has done nobly—has
raised $20,000 by individual subscrip
tions, ani now ask the farmers of the
siu.i v, w.-,o wiii be most benefited, to
help i .eni.
Swamp Ltndt. —The question Las
been daily aikei of ui, 'Ho.v can we get
:hs s.va'np lands?' *Vo find that the
s vamp and overflowed lands would flud
ready purchasers could they be now offer
ed for sale. Daily applications are made
for them, and daily complaints are tnade
agai'ist trespassers on thess lands.
The law under whicb the lands were
Jjna'.eJ to the County requires they
should be surveyed ani platted and re-
jr.icd to the General Lai Office of the
T.ie Law requires that when th
is siusliad of aay Trespass coi
he siiall issue his warrant to ar
re«passers, and gaea on to del
course pursued and
Now i .^l trespass uj:
w.ien complaint is male, ,i
duty to cause the treipiss.
eJ and pit on trial. Yett..e
inviuo ttiem $ »id lo.j| a. o v
G.-ne.al Lmi O.iiie.
Trea^isserj wili rut o.J
fine bo l)T ait the da,na|
J'.ie on liie lands, and ma
3
t'ull price af the tanner ta'
\V lie never complain
sue txe warrant.
The Tax.—As so many of out
•eus have such rroueous ideas of
mailer ..
T* A
.!! s:a'c a few facts:
Ut. ... .'inount bunda is»u
Lyons q. wrts |20,0u0.
21. I
be riinouiit ni tax
l:i f,** i, .n#.
CotloU r.,~ ..
liC 1 Ui 1 '.
a dt re..
1" l. 1 i.n
thing to do with the Lyase Road nei­
ther for nor against H.
6tb. This ra ney ia not a gift, Int as
BO much stock, and the ux can in no case
exceed leu ccnta on tha §100 of the val
oatiea of property.
Th, lofairly tw.kJ
to th- ir interests. They now feel the
rtal position in whieh they are placed.
Tii«*y now realize that by a united effort,
with the assistance of the Coaniy, they
can sreure the benefits of a railroad, and
th: it they now procrastinate they wili
battle away an oppoitunity which will
n' v*r return that they will lose ths rail
roa(i uow Blid
f^ver. They have there- ^V*
pu, lbt.ir own #noulders
before asking .lyiis'auce fro.n the County
and it would be unjust to as! a town of
this size to Uar all the burden of a pro
ject of this importance.
Ogtlvie fl us .—This II ..•3e is Al­
ready well known to the citizens of this
County, as an excellent Iiotel, but like
most other large public Houses, in large
placet it has had no £!iibimg.
Its present proprietor, Mr. Low, has
been adding some improvements to the
House, among which is good stabling,
and i» no.v prepared to accomodate both
man and beast.
Those coming fro n the country, with
their owu conveyance, will find this a
good pla. ,:ti iur i:.- nselvea and
teams.
House.
At Buradt%$.^Wg r«%eit* i e
new advertiseiuent of R. M. Furnett, it
will be seen that he has on hand and can
of the German paper pubUslieJ in Dav
enport 'Dir l)e n krat.' It is all dutea
to us—nor is uierea man about the office
wba can real a word it--still it is a
v«ry
tur-»*d to the Countiea, that they then dar wis'i Der bemok 4 we will give
may be sold: bat the General Land Office th«B oars, as it u# worse C.aa blank ta
has never acknowledged them, ncr
turned a 1st of them to this County— ,\ i i
heftce tha County is not cow prepared to first nu nkr o VemU Ctinionim,
seil them. Bui for the trespassers Uj'on published at Dev Cluuon Co Iowa'
tt.em there may be a remedy.
credittb'e paper, ani if tuey wish
U. S., and alter being acknowledged exchange we will extend it to then,'
e I i o u o n s i u
tnere as direct, and by them again re- but if any of our German ineiids Ce- .-tites is foi..I»dt u?oa
li.itcs Si MtCoroiick, fo*
lers of ihe Camanch^t Chi-'
This new paper makes a very iavcr.t
-appearance. Iu motto is v» ry strik-
fts well as n «*»rV trutnf'jl one, an I
IJ
in
not bv iur a iy purpose o.li
er tbau the one lor wi.ica 11 was voted
5th. The present profc?i':«n
fi uii-,.1
1
1 Wn v y o-
Citi- I air viy U
CJI ill,'./
Oar
virioo.
touring rapacity oi nuugiy oin&ei a ae
it ia not in il.cir power to expend nor
appropriate it to any other put pose than
that for which it was raised, and in ac­
cordance with the vote of liie people.
4

to the wheel'
and subscribed within the town, 20,000.
and now ask uid Ctdaf to give them a
lift. It is true a rail road will benefit
Tipton, but it w!l benefit the County at
large, more iu proportion it is more to
the interest of farmers than to the town
feeI confidenl thal lhe reauh of lhe
postponed to the 25ih of February, and City, on the Stb o! January, and put in
been moditk-d in this hat the bonds
shall net be isfued until the road is com­
pleted to Tipt' is.
This precnuti v nJ ft ,y utiiu'e
of the considers tion, or any second swin­
dle on the County, because if the road is
never built to Tipton, ids can nev­
er be issued Then i the wording
of the proposition is
1
respect, to avo: sorne i,lj«ctious.
Now, as the matter 1 ipton has
done the fair lnng has u'..- u $20,000
TI.
1
ipphfulie to papets
Ihe inierttl of ila
latter pail ol
teraliy, 'D'l\
Yj.'ii a
•'i$hera
th A'lverli*
I. i, JA"I. 15 1
if pr.ij v.
t'l, CJ!
iu
•^R GTOIJ
pat tl.
•iefro.ii.
the U'ji.i'y
O'
vid tb"* th.'ik that
»1 is ti ki
ir t:iou**.'il Cut
ii-.-n.ry
t,t
a
1 W 6 I
Ufc
rSk
VJUI..*"
ife^fti^ijuittilliiiBiii) iA~i iNat'uiwj» irfii tn jii-tejib-.
Ja n mak
a.i* a.i.
1
h,v T» ,.r„'
entirely lose the bonds wl.ich have been I f,,r t&« pirpo«s of aiding in th* coi«iric'.ia*i
1 aad compl'. tiua of a'Rail Ho»d to Gedar Rip '1*
in J.hn Co-w y i»y ihe w*« of Tipt-m io
meut, and tve are now resisting them in iV,i»rCo, and io ia*ue C.nniy tun-Js th*ref*r.
a auit at law in wiiicb we have reasons to th' of bor^ing «u k- w lor
i i i s»bl KMp-irpose
by reason of t':cir being issued —in townshipr -a'-H^mnty of \dar. »t th- usual
which ca«« tha inaney already raised, by
taxation, will be refunded to those who
paid it.
not lt a
'I oj 'It!*.
MARTIN I.MORRIS,
of John^n 0,i.
people. the purpose of giving them
a fair chance to have the proposition fair
ly understood, before being voted upon, J&i"* The Administration Party inet
tiu election on the proposition liai been in Convention, at ti e Capitol in Iowa
i
PALMEB.
nomination full tickets for the coming fall for Lie pu p?«
campaigns, as follows:
Prui I'.nUal EleAorg.—Senatorial—J.
C. H\LL, JAMES GHA*T
O. H. D. FINCH
2d District, A.
-—JAMES POLLABD.
inoneotner
its proceedings.
Before making the abne nominations,
it proceeded to build the platform on
which to place tSiem. The result of this
effort was the production of a charming
comb.natjon of rhetorical flourishes, from
which it appears they aie in favri,
The Declaration Independence, with
Pierce, (tapered down te a sharp point
then.)
They denounce Abolitionists, Free
Soiiers and Know Nothings, as the ene­
mies of American Liberty, and endorse
Frank Pierce as a model of perfection,
and the Kansas Nebraska bill as an 'em*
In aidi.ioa to this the Railroad Ma-'bodiment of the great fundamental pr n
tion is immediately in front of the i ciplts of Republican Governments.'
But to give a tetter idea of this p'at
form *e m«t« qo.'te frota it, for it ia loo
ft ...
furnish to ordt-r, every article in the Cook
and Stationary line of business. He ia
also prepared a jo: bing or whole
sale buamt-ss, and cutis the attentiou of)
country cfeak-rs to his stock. Re*o'.v1 tb*t th? prlnrpl^ 'popular nr'
rttzn'j,' and 'aon i it.*rv.',i: oi.' a« »-»tih!i-h«d
ttfr We have also received the first' i i 17"»—em^'tdied ijto'ie«tit'iUO'iai forn in
oumU, „f :tuil, vuum. p«Ui^ ,Tc"?
at Fort Demoine, Iowa, by T. H. Sy-I at the t»iioi U* ia llii atd pr*oii.aily a
pherd & Co. It is Republican iu Poli
tics. The closing paragraph its Salu
tatory is as follows:
Th !, then, is the issue--tne only is
sue, the .-• ATiosai.Tr of Freedom, or of
mJ
1
*ir i tio'i of I S »o ftr
VVe accept t.ie issue: and,
banner of the Republican
seizing th
party, *..• fltng u to the breeze, and cry,
v\% mo't Slate Territoryt ,V*w more
Stave States!
FBEED «M IS
Nart
H.1
yf tU Tcrmor e.-
T.
•Jii such au ssae w? wish it all
cess.
'y ..
I '.o !.
th for
id t"»
ol tb °u S- .ti o.- i«
Mf.j: -D KD.»'TTIe Pri-u..:
pi''|f entire .d a'mlil'.' 1 Iliiy iiin Bill
tb States ia ta Uaioi sal si 4 competent I
for nte«* or auy oth- #-t to imp e-: op a I
ue» 8t n og into ibr any (trtliu-M
»r a r» sp -et to their »m i ,.?iiu
il'-ws 'ii 1 concern ar^tn trie F.«ier«i|
cou t:u'.io'i in- n*»t itnwHed u^ 11 orig'a-tl
States a:id tii*: u) eJ.»it .tH-* p.-.rt of
nr-» a'i? o her p)*..-r. 1 v it,, t.iia pr.- i
pie, sboal b« 10? and r^,»»4 }j
ai i th
v ot' a
8U
y of t!.
tn: Ci'.'i
D. :vd
-t e
.is i:'.
KU
•i"
I,i
V
...• tn-
•'••r .IrfA l.:i
»•, t^ y s»y,
1 iliar »c*.
i i..k nil. ti
e -f
)t tv
.'ii *y nay
(fci.-iy tlimi
h.» alteatl^
•11 »r. lurourfb
A
ttr /n Ui wh.c'a tba pc pi uuaiiiiO'ia
I) eiey ,t'd irit.
We roust give them credit for being
honest and fearless thus to declare their
i\«iar position so poiutedly
*ujty. w'wltj.
ii i» eauu .'y
of
A. 1 |i*
i w
11 11
"''1e
-y matters upon p-.-ople as a patty opposed to Temperance i
UUI
i.V "T
ui lh,! Prtth,b,10
K"€U"
n.a,ai... ...oquirie. up- s.aith. .a reference to certain VI
lut to reply,
wbo,
The t«ts wrucli was previously voted v\ as in the dullest iaiigu^gi and duest man.
levit and culletftcJ, and now Ilea i* i,e i
rer
of i:.j Com y Treasiry.as will be!
i seen by the Treasurer's report which we
v
about the Liquor Law, directly, yet they P»ynient Losses a porks peculation i
wdn'rjbibU igave
,,roke
®a« of their res-
their I' art demoine platform, it conse-
by hauuling the most subiitne tuibe'
olten set their b%arert to sleep
Uied Xn k
i
a"/™™!.
&J
i I
»'r?
Juuutioa.
UljTS
k.
believe tue County will succeed, end be n0# therefore. ia order th*ttb» people of »*ld
releaaed from payment of ail indebtedness =*ry m.» adopt or reject sad proportion, n is
S^
e
v4*'.«
T** ike pecj.ie cf C- d-r Countf,
THI
^,s'^
"Ult
law w,.! bv* '.avoraijlo !d ti'y.
FuIjI i itALs lUbuMu.
|A FBKi-: Pild^W A N't) FftSr! iI.S0U.S-§I0£"
tWo .*,(n.vrr line
louff for publication—its JenntJi co s pares pruntutuei f?a i,
n
well witn t:.e I resident s Messa e: (*ad to ta* aimavi o »Ie) ou of r.-*cbt.-k
Retuivtd. th»t *b» D.atMitt/ of low
A
have i f1'®- I
ia ap.r t.
1
an a1 -11:1.4 mid—e» i-t th?ea-'acfty of tb* pto-! thf i^ i» v-ry wr Wh/ llr. tn vn, et-u
pie to /•fi-ra tbem+lpt-s. aid in ibj pitn-i! sm
of all wbo supp .rt the »a-tit iti »a aui liti of
ibe lud in letter
bese prin -iples »ia Aiu-iic* tb-r.-lor..-. tlw d»ai of thought%nl ap«- di—'b»t th -re 1*
S tlBOC-ar' of Io«t ful y n -r** tb- iegial*• I'K th re opp «e» to my Ti*-ws, ereo in
,.f K.»t4-k« i-aJ
it I -a.
Wueruaa. a Ur^R number o Ibn ci-.ix#.»»"
0*4»r C.mity bar ti'i /ad Ju
Oowuty. «rk ru tba qflci*iion be ^brn ttcd
to a v.it:- of th* oplt? of eviotr, whetl
•he couu'v .if Cr*Hr Ti'l Tlirt
of the
Again we do oot think the County will T+?•*"•* 1 to tin coital stoc of the
i»pi aod Mx'snort 14*1 llud
hereby or»J -*i a^i ••i^otion to hrl 1 ia emeu
55!-S'S£Sk2:.S! "3?. «»»•»"!.
-N!»
H.
For .v/ tie Officert.—Secretary of Slate—
G. VV. Mc' imr. Auditor of State
Teasurer o! State
The Convention was largely attended,! ti*
if we judge from tr.c n .:s... I reports of
-f- «IL
r.tl r.d Mid
0
uuty if
I) T» 1'RTOSI.
CITOAOE PAUL.
—JAMES BAKCB. (IHS •!l'.*ifiiii!i!eoJ
A.t ,.w
u.,«r»t
prmpd
KA.MOA,. AND"
I
AX
It is t'art!i-r .irdired t'l vt thi- proci imaiio i le
pa'.i ''i in tiw 1 iprou Aiv-.-ru**r f.r 'oar
I »s».k« nice iMivtly, au.d it a' a evj y
b.i post, 1 up at t!ie ourt li «u e dim*, at I ^t
'days
the necevsary modifications of Bunker
t* r% i i»i post. 1 up it tiie ourt if u e at I
Hill, the Constitution, rounh of July,: thirty prior to the fco'diog of said eltct.
Nebraska Bill, Popular Sovereignty, and *bat a o«py thereof t« u}»
i a- i i P'ic of rotiug. ia taofc to*o«bip, du
1 ho s Jefferson, uen. Jackson ar.u rank |,J,J of dec*i
u
it
CO
iVI
1 t» i It u til
:n. i!!y op.. x, *V« you t, (,
Yauia ia U19 l.jve of trutb.
11. H. MAKMUI.
111 -|Co..
s- £». as au a'.teuipt to tr«Bp!e ttpoi the -.'oa-jU
tu a ^-»troy oar I* i 03.
Retolrci. iat we ca..ic»-iv« t&ese nrbte-bba
v.ui I Bitintti-. tb» e
:l-a,
v
•ay a-..
i ii*
th- re
0 Mi 1
!t fu o
JtbvyTri I tt.tt wli ie tt.-, 1
.-*» ii'' W'lviS tho »U
fn *ir% y euji^rftta
'rt c»ery *1
:.i u i jj tti* li-oi Uiou/'it ioto no«'r
by tlieir vo es, Me -m th s a lit occ wi n to ei
t"•' s i ir c.i ir- app: itA'ion of th» priijcljii'B
t'(at ti'iV'!
d"d (i n. l*i, r- ,io i.'Ha^ i
ja I I'r-a lwiit of tu I." ,•» -il S •«, i to
e 'li!-!- l'illy ue 1'al.ug ni»a+ir-« of tiisadeua
ir'r-at.oii. i'i t. at b- hie vine.d io Ii Us
act- a .or»tie hear-, a S a» a:.d b.ioe-t 11 *..d
a
I'e-m
,nsbtp to
tie
r^aircu.en^ «f
BcrrALo, Monday, Jan. 14.
Fire ail Storm at Buffalo.—A fire
broke out yesterday morning in the sec
ond story o! 12') Main street, occ upied
by S. Butts, daganieotypist, and Pratt
ii. Allen,hardware st -re. It extended to
.store 172, oerupted by Marvin, Clark &.
wboloale dry goods. Both stores
we-e entirely consumed. Butts' loss
lnsurcl ISdOO, Pratt & Al-
+*22 000 im .r*-d S 15.1 Hdl. Msr-
ti, Claik & Co %?0,CMj0 tusured S-JU,-
11
0.
O. Ritinsde.i
kSi
)ve
dealers,
A bouse which has been for some
eari
At tms c» ivention nothiag was said jer provision, has been obliged to susi end I' s»a^».i
were
oluuons. Not having repealed the clause I f'i'f ^i"1'
nu»r.tk' atanda rrn/lH aa an t„
Jotm JJorncro*. quently stands good as an expression ef a few fortunate faotiaes. A*. 1.
at is right friend the party, and they still stand before the
rePortt-d
W«suinoiotl
OM vole
Tb.! jrez-'inrf propo I too to be td aad
i p»#.! u-uiii l^ i'!' ifi pit- of r«i«iOoa'i!v, u ^d
ih#
ASP
vo Th.*«»
Pr
fid -n»h*n Ml-- wniit.e
i wn i»n»r rint-D th 1 F. a
Hanks

voodi
1st District,
And il ih re aa*ll lie a m-'joruy .'a fa»ir of pa I 'n Supreme ourt, oa bebail ol Bash*
o i^itioii. the «Hm- sbatl if -»d a* bc lord, an informatiou on wiiicn Court issU
c-pt"d aati ad'i.t'-d, aud will *'i^
HI
k-
"*s n.
at eivh
during Ue
G.v-n under ay b**nd a?:d Seal r,f Office,
[i.a] at fptou, i'ttb day Jmu ri,
A. lSiU. WELLS S. li.-KR.
Jadjj: oi C-'i-.r B»t.
(Uy ieat.)
To tha Clergyman of liptwa*
Bttnirf.Es.- Iavrnica aa i b^ve «pk»n a
natater of tl:n»' in y.i'ir Villag a i] h*v« no.
as yet, c-imy k'io»!« 4e.) b? a but. re.i -»i!ti a
tliiT ng frore a iy of o i: »ri1 inai a tc!i as mu.i
of my i'r "tf^iici aire ic.*!adi-'i sf«B yoar pal
p\» avi rj th:ag a i i:it3a-ac- #-xe
over y »ur in ill r-. to* U a I rxwui |»r«
... v-n! ili-ni fr iid.ug at *•.«• .. sni a
MM
a h«ve vn t.y
J0-i
.* aec» a*
a
.. i ib•» «u '.t.d. ih onty, or «i
..aS i tker.-'oce t*k
KM m. d.r«l
"6 very I i*s!y tba ta tt e
r-tra"!* or/-ii'it-oa ''be luidst ot r.iy ui*c. e .ir.di'j it i w, i u.4
KA.
1
«.f lw'3. 4rt a!! att
IB^'S
t• wtr L-uy iw m. i »u i fa.
i 1 tZi T!j i* .1 o ir d:
i fi u-.« pircu-1 by i/ A »»i
F'lfi wh i b*v-) br.-jjr'.t
•y mi«'»v -S :.'^^ si rt r:i -,j'i
i of th- N '-r,i*aa .i ,d
puhiicvi ill Ot f.ii«*- a lid '••••a*:
r^^arl otVn !i»nof l-sn
pr g'.'iiH-d th? i'i *'.d ti.
a.'VA» fOi n ot tl),!.r 0.^4
mpi ati'ii
•*y d'-cl
t/nnbai
io,,''ji 1.
ng'T'i:
pr...
itild
•t-
^«, «v» I .ays If tt,e s-aT of le/al ^laetsa-nt.
the iW*. aod li a a e' ?'.t- -o e. ?n ir.e* -11.:
ott'-vr pj^-J f.-Ki iu a..i«tataly. ^u.» to nj
itiri .* iarte-y. Jj(3is »sd toe 1 fitcooaatid tbc [.ji-ii-.: |,cacr,!'-y, lii-l-Ue i« pra
art re jierin 1 t. 11 t.'»-i -w. .1 ,• ag pari-.i **ery .K-tv-n mi of c:itli 'ry o k
if* nuti'.e. --ra r»m Uie efn.u'.ry at-
^u-h. and Hah u 1 wbi «v n a
t- S i ui i u to ,-l mb, a: 1 ..ft tota* ,•
••rof'.^et t'«ibw«.rs ol Cbri-t. ki t. j. g*
Aga it aoud as tuu th* «a {,vrt a*:
T:'« L«r/.
dxi froai tli
pi ed iu th oriaa'zilioti of T. mt-.ti y vi "r voi *itb II c* or I i.^d It.' the di*
Cs.nrfss OT !8'i35-i--are th- grest ludfueiiti'-!
C'P'~
p* nepbs of all re*l Rep'ibltcto g'cnna ui» I be ie»tU a d.gn.u f» to.f o .t .e,•«,.. o »a
a thi", to the d.m.xTra'.ir p.,rty ih? count** 0|«ai'» ia«sn, «h ever op.ejrtuoity
in eb't-d the main'e.jAi aad pir^.tuatioa I*
C» I. .,
jiarsa- tj
ih m. fi.c* if l» i itb |j jr sra.*y t.» c-m ea i
a'-,,v-' rdT' Jcsas 4 tal lb ai« 1
s
kn '*11 fiit 1 alroc.ti fat
»it'i »bich to e mir a- Opp»*r«. ti T*i
Rtti/lvtl, th%t t*ic C' tic p.*ri/ I, fcoj*. pp»*er ia ntitioi t'Miiy isnd v,d«.*d re
will. v. tie i«!jt'«jre.1
i*lati i-m' »P«t Why not ib.n corns »,taa4 o i K»nf wb»«
iim w'ag iu»'M J,°8_ booiftiy e*# ti» b* error? Are yoa
gr»*si or O'lt of it. a^ o' tb" sl»' ry I *fr«id tl-st tti» c»u^ Cbr^t nM theretj*
^ae~:i hi. under arba «V*.t *h tp« or C1 tb»
i. .-*.',11 i' i-. a rl M-t-tl'y w (ill, hut
•ci t:o'
J-
Df-
at the cause. T, de.
a& ul
i rel irom the highest point. Durmir t!i.« IVV "eI 'f
iu ltlis
TRTLI fortLn. s
5 luor^Law." LordoTpa^r[lbmrates ^''knowledge
Sleepy Se.mon^--TU late Sydney of American airaire bF inform,ng his lead
U e N# r# k ,#rri,0rv in lU nl
State
i
.m
WHET!,Y- «'a- to be tak-1
m?a
t'io Mo.tquito
V* '^P
by thm ,4it0 a
Kiftg.—
1 1#
""t'* bad clocn, forevt
striking the hour of happin?«., whether
it btc eerne or not.
ISVK.-?,
"7
ii
II1,
Jan 19
The Union sava. no tch qui?»t cn as a
suspension of f!ploi«a:iC iufeixourac 1 as.
been before the i'lbinet. felntions
with Great Britain arc cer.ain'y delicate,
perhfpj" e'itiual, but he proposed with-1
Ju'vwl of our mitiutrr is not anions the
evidences vvhicn intimate the delicacy of
these relatione. The I'uion further saj8,
it cannot deny that there ure serious ques
tions and deferences between tha two
gov rnmsn's.
Jefferson Davia was nominated as U
S. Sen^'or from Mississippi on the first
by a majority of 12.
Mr. Cliugman offered a resolution that
^tin^7tbi foilowlng ^P^i-1 exp'anation be in order, and that the rule
tion. to wit: limiting me:s bers to tea mmutes in tie
"Tbit
.»:m:y of ii UP corporate bate shall i.ot be suspended except by
oaia:uy, mil «rsai tbc aam-'f thirty tlmo-' unanimous consent of the House. He
n th» t-ame. o i Mond^ th- (iurj„g [jie calling of the roll no personal 1L Nue, Eq Use"., 18.h 13j5.
Ud
th e- n'tr'S3tion ac completion of a Bail H)«l '"ere debating society, voting was m. re
C.Oar Hap'. ii L't'n •'--.uuty 1 m» bv lb likely to result in an election than dis
w»y of rip'ou ia C-d.r C. uuty lo*a, a id
CUj,j,l0D
t'ifttend «iU mtxcnlm ti e said woi ol thsrt^ a i .i
d. lSr* the e*ilui rt «. k of s*i parties und tactions, and thus in
Co»»a y ai--*viii'i u .d tne Ii s "f Ii *!creasing the difficulty. T. e resolution
and tbti th-J «f »a'.d Cuu:ity of Otdi was adoptcJ and House proceeded to
h.»U" Tni-ty
bvcause the latter only served to
92.
tbons.nd liar* «uca for Ihe p'irpao «f bur-1o ..i n i ...
fiwr: tno-rcy pay f'rmHstock. *bio'v b,m i."11,1l"V0,1 Camp, ell 1, orttr
sbati t»'*r intm*t at thr .t*«f a--ven pre nt
p» milium, p.v aMo m. annually i»nd aaiJ
biudj to be madf pRjnb e in twenty y-ar» from
thoir st", and that to me ibe ana j»l interest-.
in adJItio'j to tb•. ordinary r. roiiae of t*id
cojiity, a tax lev.el anu.ia'.ly, not ox
Cidiiig o:io tni!l o'i the /.l vr of tb- ,iifity
of cr*.'**it!£ a fa: lu
pa" th« Mid iot-ITET', aad uit maitiv.
priboi
tax la n is-to vni «nl.
on*! mill on the dotUr. and in ca- the imw.tltwe years ago to hold the day in perpetu
of fat t.'iu« r-.i- re tbn »u(Tl eut pn i al remembrance. The deccratioT-j his
the interest «ccru J. ibe sarj-las to a lud in i torical and illustrative were beyond dis
th« I.ani (liate i.'q irUtioa «'t the pri w pU
Idchardson
and Foster
210.
tJ,e
(59,
,uost
TMS K\ii,-u.tp
TAX.' %:id tbiee b^A.. tie pro, o..tU.ia aaa i I
dt fo-il ab.i-«it wtvb ta^ td» *ii teanr
I err r"i
II, 1 alia lio i'l
to bP
tkl fl- rtil Lnj.ll', Iti
•''III Si) {'**.' A tttl'
••-0 to fi i.ilie*. or
io
tite.
IU'.IK.'
Co wtiol sale
adjoinn
c.
maged to
the
•t»Tit of 55,000.
W'»t.er moderate. Heavy snow
storm lor last sis hours. Snow about
jtw» a ltd a halt fV-et oj tba level. Storm
continues unabated.
The old. We have just got over the
longest duration of extreme cofp weather
been frozen to death. T-ii* -oldest ac
count we have seen was lu^ below zero,
at Hudson, VVu. Ttie coldest account
we have seen this state was 3(Jw 11
low zero.—Lysns Mirror.
Fuller
each, necessary to choice
WASIHHOIOH,
elt.gaiit
•aid bond*, aid »*i tic to lw lev.tti o'liy nuiil
Mid bon 'a a*f •'. in d, »f *aii bonit (a no i the water. T.'ie least was unequalled,
ma to be U utl until Tus lUt is
CJ*
ever seen this side
1 while eloquence an I instructive remims-
cences crowned the festival. The pro-
ceediug# are not reported :u the papers,
I .a are to be published in pamphlet fun i.
MADISO.I, WIS
A'T"rney Gen. Smith filed to-day
tiit ,j a writ uao vrarrtinio, deuvandt by
Ouonty ia aceo d. ,c»» with tb- tur.g-» npropo I Governor. Twenty days is giveu Bar
tlou wb-we.-r an Katlrw A soail bcc nuidvt stow tr at swer.
I to ip'-ni.
.»,• ^ce
Spt-nai ^-.inu.a-.iUtiU.
Exchange Office!!
^IGHT DKATTS on New York can be had
O of ibe Subscriber in sums to s».it purchasers.
Certificates ol Dep*.sit, and Druitsoti the
Kasteru Cities cashed,
Ataericaa Gold iruistied at
A
imall preraitm.
OJKft ertr SwetUnJ n»f Say k*'» for*
WM.H. TlTilUX
Tipton, Jaanary 1,
IjOTiU I'OIt £3 aJu id.
rHK
'i'.,iersij:''i"i otf-.-s -r sale 2»W b«idirf
If-'., 11 il ad:!.tion to the t»wn
of Ti, toa. Purcbaj- is can b»v« a ct o e
location. Liberal terms ae« oi!red.
30-im] JN« H. STAR
noises SALIU
Tilll
HI, ler,. II-
o
I
frr «a
E
ivro
MILLIN2RY.
.1 :lujt i w- u.iy isfortt tb«
.'ii i:il lo promptly, biik Kounvt* fcu i -i. ••».*
tf,» itc k'.jit .-u^uaUy un tiua'1. ilesiJcu :c at
Mr. ina urUi-» c* ot *. Ktc^w M!1L
t.j
IOO AC'ltKS
ci.eice laud. iuar Tipton, for tale.
in HAMMOND.
Alx'iit 31arket!
BEEF '-an i had »•. •. 1.. riling
duadays excepted, at the !.A It ia-i H.«r. ir.
A•LL
SiL.iTiX
i ver. n .t 1 fee .•
J? A* i-.in iy '..c^oi i»
k-t'f to r-4.' i.-» |tj ,,|
tm'f
M,,rt.i-
S'ttio
th» mtr»l fnenoj p-.»i h»i-jv
fic df.i »tr4i i« I'uiri.i
i.-i:"t !t t. a i id i
S iO* tn y nj t'ri^ .Uf!
aa.i/ cu i«
v •**. i, ...
*w»
A-:
»Wp U 1,» ?,» 4 .f nf J»«a r», iaSS.
th tj a nu Ml In.1 a am* -i
r. 4 11» «I. a ppi to*4 as »,S Wi
Mm. 4 n i*ij *rr*u,
-'a-u ty I. it «S. i,:}3..,
1 V
w -V^
WM,- ,,,/DE
bv I"
U/
h,'.i».» 1 y •,. laan, t*»e* tr.
•ory th-L'ni-
is
a tract
of
severul mil!. ,it
HtBltY CATTIE.
iiibcn np br r.
IV-vw.!., -be i'J :»iUy.f .N|" U.l^.
01." hi li i,'-. z:. f"' »a»r# with wiiitu
**d on tli« I,I|M ana ?. crop
otT o( tli« l^H, aivi «n nnJRf bit
tsetiiciaca, nym atnita, cat'-nt me wes i|.ivt otcii*.n ti \1', to i
iemts ali aorta nearly, at ttc 1 ruan*aj i ty n n ,7'J, ti^i tLir,- :j
i»rug 4 Varlaty Store A. 'iu.KtuT.
A K E Y
i f*® s TJp.
t- *'.( .mcr?
:«t. in my line of
r.f cvtry kindfnr
iea, on a akort no
BRANDY Fill ITS.
DOZEN f». Il./iiii1 rrs, do*.
Apiepta,for aIIM at Mvr.ns Co.
•3 »»I iU ti«trfl, ii:^ Ji'or X.»i
PEACH
r,
iinay.
EDGAR would inform tiu Ladies af
iU Tiptr n und v icinitv, 'Ut s e iu! iec-»ived
a sr«*od »«i'.r* i of Sinw, sr.k, S,i»ir!. and
Hall.
that the oldest luhabitnnls ever ext»"ri-' a*id purchase tbe Grace Hoop» I Lava
enced. Near Ft Dmlge ioiir ai^i have
Ught
nr
IB
'PAKLfiN by Sttn'! Lanjc,
Jan. 19.
A large company of the oldest and
most influential ct" Mr. Webster's friends
assembled last evening in the Astor
House, in pursuance oi their resolution
tf:.
In. ...
k 1M m,
a
tb
ix
Hi&e
T/IS A .!». n ip hy
I. s inM
largely in cbeea** and oth- .h4W.»
w
i u i e 1 a
W' «'*fl in 'Vat. Invti
h»a»r S.1! »,
«I,. •.e.

a-w41»*«ii»»ii«r.fca»
«I:K ah «a|
.4 'S y w f.
"Bp aU
Ii l-Si
.rt
14.
CIZUM,
.-
I
rk.
u'5
fi
1
"i ribun*,
'"i* W if* 11, (v „t
iRt\ _r»*
Ir i -r-* '. O
*U-f,
il k «, »a^«
i' *irr i-i*, «r..i pi..
atSSS '.t K. in k t:
m.Jn.
I'*a VI
Dai en port
il. *. 41 .a-U.
i/(«ra.
w- t.a
«»f» vl.* »tik a
Mul iry. »b i,4
c-H t,4
V VVRIi
ei
act -a lately purchased by the Americans
Ir
rt"- it J4
e#rj ap­
praised at $30. two ml eai^es, inc
»t-«r t-alf, with while face »nd helly, appraised
at $ (he other is a hull calf, wi'ti u s'ar in his
{o'i/.u",i
saii at$^, before D. Plati.fr, Lsq.
Dtci ^Hb, ltttoa J. W. CATTLLL,
•_
7
f. ru
1,3m. Ce. Clack.
ESTRAY COW
rpakcnnp b_v John Thorafl, in Spnoffleld ow»-
u.u z«-d red C'«,
HIUJ
aii.i I'.'tiy, with nbort crujkfd huruf, eight or
n.ae jear* old, »nd appra'St',1 at f2U, bcfjttt
J. W. CUTTEU., Oounty Clerk.
Jaaaar/, 2d 1856. [ul 3m]
ESTRAY CULT.
Talien lip by Sa nuel G.lliland, in Pio*
n^'-r Tiiwiiship, on tbt .t!: day «.'f Dec., 183$*
a brown, hoise colt, ou* year oM, a?i, smalt
w'ntc
SIJO
in the face, with l.| 'ck !:i-uf,siic^k-
ej witli white, and appraised ai ftj.r), before I).
Plainer, E»i. J. VV. CAl'i I LL,
D*c. 26, 'aft. 1,1m. Co. Clerk-
LSiS&Y BitiliiiS.

:i. In Ceatre
J. "i oa th« d-iy of NvVt*tuber,
j5, t*o yumling ntft-r*, u.'a dark red ai.d
be Li a b. in lie w.iti li..t- l*ck tieli a
crop (.0' of each ear, aiid a slit
HI
th. rigb: on»,
and *ppr.us-d at 1* :oie L-.-i F(1.
Nor. 2t tti, law. J. W. ('ATTc LU,
u. O 3iB Cutmt} Citrk.
EST..AY MARE AND -ULE.
TToHutUip,
AKEN IP tv J. u. Ai.ii* o,iu lowa
ou ill loih d^y of Nov«mb»r,
lSjj, au cf r»y I'gbt tl.ts: i.t eori* I »itb
in gr-iy hin« lejt l. r» foot abur.aoitll while
Ma*-- ju bo rk,bt ol lti :C« iUieot tlm lnc",*b ut
13 hi,id* high, and a'toat 5 y a.s id n«st
pai.g,
Alco, a dark b. y mu'.e, about 14 Lands bigb,
..b at t'u.e yearstU mata(«rUx,aiMl apprd.aed
at LLMI etC.il. AHIXthdttr 11 a,
U.b, 1SJ5. 4. W *t r-u.
40 3 :.. (J..Illiik.
1:s7RYy~i olis.
TAKSN PI'by
Jan.
IS.
I Pr3c.e/i«^s InnhliJe-i ly Mr. fin A-
And
I*
Mo
I«J
I
i•! o :h 0 Nov l8'5., t»c u» k
Wo
A
a is are odt, «r tb wUite o. be f«--,
y tar via ptet. Au-i
OUJ
fa *•»...
MHII C'
whl's 1
r&nk
fan
Ha
Uh'K AfllAH.
U.li''iirlii)wut tlie ban n-.^Iny ©f
otton liAttiag tad full w-i»nit aili la
if to g.t't I vn'.nisgat tbc Urug ...t V.ri.-'.»
f-tore on B.oa.iaray. A 1 ten:.
Virtue
el.
u^bt b*y tors,
colt. t-tf sr i ld st, »itb a ep-rt hi the t.i^,
All tbe n.ht I:l)ii 1 O Tb-» BJAle coil
pr,'!-«.o i.t $100, and it-- noiw colt a. iai»
at *66 t'oTt: li rt »»af. w| N 30 18' 5.
1.. .ini Cf. CAIIBI.I..
t. ouu!j C-e.k.
ESlR.iY CULT.
*PAKEK up by Jaini-s Kent, at bis resi
J. d?nee in Polk townsbip. I edar county,
Iowa, on 'lie 3d dy -t •. 1^55, a dark
brown jeirl i.g colt, with »oeii» white hai^s
m»*ra !i,«n.i app'ai»ed at (b'rty doliars btforc
Pnrti Fn k K*q Nor #il, lb"».",
V 1. V* N-»*. -i. tHM.
A. Cat rat.i,,
County ieik
E.STRJ1Y COL.
-j'\ ^up by II ,'y n Jo k"
-ti U«*
s*r
CUNIFN'T-
a:d» dw. li.»-j :t'.u.«s *na*:, in 1
Oae i a use ol «roo.l ur, anil Ibe o.
eomf«:'Ubie In.-u-e fjr a mt.i f.i«m!v.
wi'.h S".»d bis. IJO.fJ 3S H.
cju-'fi. ti ii'tj tia-
N v. I?ii5, inij»ht K.nr I si c«S,, *,»•
ol *, njih Icur a "„$:»• i"U«, an! a 1 ag *fc' e
i a ri i v# i *??,»•.! J7i.i
ii.is, o i .5
J. W €A t»II.
SB O .I
ty
0
fit.
I" —f-k *v
HJ*
?r#5. tkay 1
r. k
H** I
4

1.
7 -\r*
*f Hi 9''« fr|
lew* .. |i
tatH hi I fltHr
i ns: k*: 5a-. i.
UU'm n
*. %f|» ?.'• fo I
W 1
1*
r*
.. h.
Sheriff's ^ale.
ue of a s v*i ia! ateru'ion to me direct-
li«tric. C*mt, in and for ue i ounty of Ced«r
and .'•ta'e of li.wa, in U\ar ©f VlcCoru.h'k
I'lo kA ('•. and 1 .-t 1 tiom s S d» a-.1
pearlta. uarer.peasa Mbool book* I S* a1/'in I I. »v i •••»•»!. the
{^".-efy to »it: U. it
.. I :»ia'.'s .'i i'.'-rt .io I-«m tv iiiM*n .1
ih" following ar*, to *it: i n
Ofi .} o K. n «jy, A. i). Iy5!i »t
i O ir! Moil* door,
in M«d
tb- ur 9
0: uid day,
the servn ea of one "f tba
i s at b,i'i»ri in i .e a* »t, 1 f, «l confldent ..f giving
fc.ttHf.u-ti.ia to ail C-^turners. (40 W. \V*A I LL
1 .Hint, apples, wh'rb beiris,
b'ac ^-1 rie«, &r, in "ar.». j-. api-c-1 «o as to
'attain lh«ir i. .i i,r.i: fl^vc r. A tj'i.hi.ar.
NfclVi VOiHi aXLLIiHEhf.
to stt.s
y a
tbat
NOTICE
IS
Velvet Hot.!.ets,of lhe latest New Yurk Styles! i ^-v '^e County Judge or Odar Co., |.,wa, up'
AI'OI-A iuila»s rtiaentef Kibbons, Flow-1
0!1
ers, Fenthei *, etc.
Froia l.»n» ex.»*rier,e« in thebusitiess,
she can give satUlactio-i. havm
KOOM—• n the We*t aide of C»nrt House bem. duly authenticated. 2"fit.
qa«re, n 'he bouse formeriy occuiuad bi 1.
yo0r
Tipton, Dec. 27, 1835, J. I. L. CAREY.
Iftt, Executor.
Executor's \ofks.
^jJkHE Un lersigned hivm lo*^ti appointed
J| i-xecuti rii
ui
Jan.
hk «!••. Ill
iwwfe I I«i« "I .I
l-Sli, a i *«i v w.
iha I lilt' k.i.'
I,
k
'i*r -p i** a orr
tiai.v, ,H a ,|..« ,*•,
., I, le u, ai' ».l, k .rath «,
i ',ia »t a#»-r«» »l wr', ri«. .1 iia
lrf.j »A .. «».,«. J-T 4 TTFiJ,
j- V
:i»riL.» V (IX lakiui at ftjrf
•Il
-htia
i., n Or
I*, a ra l«l aat id jiua ry, 1SSS a r«l '/*, «ak a «Ht«
r~a* ai»B' Sr# TWI
*«l.i
•MJB.
U
€liifo$o niJutrliocnicnt#
i 'iiicago bMoners
rpHF. subscribers eflTcra for sale the lar*
J. gent atock of
Socii?, itycr
in the west.
Wholesale nnd Retail.
Blank books ni»U in ever) style to or1«f,|^
Retord*, Tar Ifookt, Ft* Books, he, Bumlctrt
Ckerks ami CfUfirate», Rallroa-l (Mme) Carlt
1 ahip. oa ihe ».i) d»y olD c. 18i.5. ft uieoi- Pay-rolls, Rrc-irlint n%d F»rwnrdiii$ Rook*
some white oa tliu loiiia
drain ami Tine Ikjokt.
»]IT» in in ink, ateel and irold pena, wax
•. I WHITE lb BROTHER
iJntUrt i$»
CLi
OTixirja,
AMI
O'.vri.t.MkK'S
rUXXIHING GOODS, RUBBER AND
Otl Goodi, Trwtkt, Valitt*, tic.
NO. 133 bon u WATEIt -TP.1TT, (Up SUlra,
a»l-ly Obithgo Hliaeia.
O E A A S E
I A O A I N E Y E O
11^, H'JlTl WATKK .'ITaKT, UK AdO.
AGENTS
for Woodwork's Patent Plabin*
Machine. stea:n engine*, machine^ toala
SHJ? ar.it Hand Lathet,
Sau t, idurhinery Oil, Uuivt*'
*al Chxuks, Harrti .Son's Smut
end GrUt Milh. J. J. Fay i Sjth and
hiin.1 Mr. htutry, oak /at.W Bf'tine. 4c.,
BRICC.S tt WHITE,
•A TOR
At
TI"
w:i«!
e»v
pi u a
ttl- M. h:»d D'.'l! TV «ltM vt'd OT 8
•It'I a i «'f th ISU i -rv IT" .|
l. :.-ri4 aiid mil v.i.d *':i. ry. n
i/ v a
.d a' of
i-* .:ii' .r sl«' i u 1 o'll. if. i .••fit
Coiinty. Ix-tm
o'clo
:k A. M.
KIH]
4 o'c -'*M 1*
i.t •.s^uttoii a
il
taay a»ieroe ^b- «y».
JOU II. rifini.EY.
Sheriff
Tipton, Iowa, Jan ia-y liib lh5i i3 4t
Kaerutor's Notice.
^L^HK I MILR»I. -I. IIAVIN^ »N .IP-IOINTE.D E*
A e"i.toi of tiie f^Mie oi '-(.m MeQm-en,
d*».-e.'.*t 1, late of Cftdar Cj.nit^, Iawa, by the
Cum'j .rt «f ti.iid Coun'y, at the January
tt 1 f.t tli-i. -.f, jzive# .li,.' DoUee lo a:I pera.jiii, h-»v
iw-r -lnnia against st.ai-1 e»t ii, to pis a -nt the
same iiuly autbentlcaU-d an.I ail partuoa bviag
.u ni ted will plaaso call and suttb*.
i.*t. HOUKRT (ioWKIl Ex'r.
i:xecutor*a Kolicc.
l.er. Iv vn lhat letters of Ad-
tniiiiilratiuii bait*' ,1 luiy itsupd to ti
^le esUfr-of Andi*w Hill. de.ea»ed. All
persons indebtrd to the s.nd estate will make
thinks P*)'®®11* on-«. to the subscriber, and those
lann-« wgruitisl said estate will present
Jan- ,("* w*
i.45tr I
A. Gi' Biear.
KS ii A Y NOIU'LS.
PF.NJ. J. nOfinRS, Es'r.
Executor's Notice.
Vocii,, l.aft«a AlOTICEis herphy given that letters of ad.
il iai:iuha :on mi issued out of tii« oiriee
he County Court of Cedar County, Iowa.
ni J. E. Carey, o i the "t!i d.iy of
ber, A. I) 1H43, in tha e-'ate of Seba Bailey,
h'e faid coiiuty.dsceasel. All person* in
tiebled to *ii il entat.- are hereby re-ju«stei| to
tnake iosmeiLatt payment. AM (tersons .Id
ins,' claims again»t said ettafe wili pt s«nf lh«a»
fur **tt'em**iit. w-t'io-it d-: iv, to the executor
ofa.tid 'sut'.da'y »u liei-ticai^d.
thees'ate ot William Greca,
de *e!»aed. late of Cedar County, Iowa, by th«
Count Court of *a,d Coin ty. at the January
term tfierei.f, IH.'ilj eive notict- to all per»on"
indebted ta Sai eitate, to con.e forward and
se! e the s^iiio, ami ail pprsor.s having claimi
*•,.m.»t caid" «ta'c. t.» pre«ent them l« tbe un
dfcrai/,! ed tiny autl.ei.iticated.
12,1858, ELIZA f.KEEN,
Xs4t.
NOAH GREEN.
Exccti or'i Kotire,
HE UiMi-rsigued liavn.i bean appointed
ecd'or if tbo eatat- ot 1'homs-t' C.
J*«
rc|**t•
n.
U"
ascd, iatp of
(Je'lar
EIALS PMIU
on*s, reaM.nable tc: m». Fiar^s and
!loieons
t'in»d an i rep^iml in «e ba i tuan
Orcer* addie.,jcl to
,n 1:1
III^KIIH
W.
h. E. 36.
Cimnly,
Iov n b) the "o inty f.-urt »f *s coun'y. at
tbe iai unry tarm th' teof,
lH.Hij
an.l
is-i^d
|«t-
ters ol administration, give due notice to all
peroons ih'ielited tn sad *'H'e to come 'r
ward ai srtile. and all persons bavins rlauna
against said estate, lo present t* .JhIv an
thenii ated.
CLAUDIUS
I
WB
fens env«lope«, bills lading, lank derdg, Je*,jg
mortxaiics. ac *c.
Driers #f all kinds promptly ah
ended to.
A. II. A r. lURT.EY,
122, Lake tt. Ch'ejgo.
BARCLAY & BHOTHLRS^
Wholesale Drugglsti,
Ra Sit South Water, and 9 Franktta fUeet
(IIKAOO
a y. ninrR, j. p.
HIIITK. W. %VHITE.
lir
IVQODEX. WILLOW «V CED.1R
Wart', Itroomn,
Mats, Cords, Churns, Buckets,
Bogea, Measurers, Hefrigerat. rs, «V,i HnarAtaa,
Also—Frenck and »i rm»u Fancy ef
kind*.
A^
238 & i4Q South Watir fJNu, Ciiiraga.
aaioos, n51 j. ». wiitr*.
O O S S O E S
AT WNiLCIALEt
T1IL att.-tition of
1
oar atock tif
J. W. CAT I F. LI.,
47'3m County CWric.
y con JAD'cTLF.'
1'AKKN up by J*.l*e U. Johuaon, »i i re#t
1 u. n.: in Ci titu- u v. it«i. tdar i iiiii*
lowe C'Ti thv 10 d*y til N.»»eiuVT, !W,V a *»d
tvd white t***t e-.w, atmt fire« y»»rs. i4,
.d imikT r«l cir wit'i brr, n .d ap^ta at
'uun ry «tea!*i"a is called te
litn»7r» ANI'
THE I ARdF.UT IS TUR WF.BT.
'n *t o&»r for cood paper at low prte»ri~~
wi MAStfrtciriB utst,
Double Sol Thick and Kip Hoot$,
fir ihoae that wast
"Custom Home-made Work.**
All are inv!:ed ta I S3 South Wa»W
f^trai t.
I
af o. IT a kt*. DOOtiSTT A COL
rth.
NIUDXEK, W*RRI :I K
WHOLESALE PAPFR DEAF.KILL,
1i F.STS F(,n A GOVT) JFITICLB OF
PRINTING INK,
Warehouse, o. 1?, I.asalio
Oct.'55. [43 lyj HIrjQQ.
*. mao»N« [A./. HtciiiNs.
IUGGINS DROT 11 K RS,
5*. U»nJo'pb atrtet, I I. ajo.
-DKALt-at |R ALL KINDS Of
MUSICAL 1 N I' 51 N la,
and
XUKEV MV^ir
COLU agents for it. New!».-i A i
TJ'*SJ SI
Ifsi'.es
JF
in ,n ifact trel
lart'e
kilids
!bej«' p:s?:o itj !e»,
varying in price fto.o »17 t" $1 oco— vrjuc
in-»li l.ii are, I y i!.e beM judges, i'o i ,|.ce,|
superior in »»».ry respect to any i them t«*
lh»-V arealaoiit rrreipt of a
mo* cal it.'t.i-.'oei.t- a'so gui'ai aiol
vi !iu atring* if tli# .jitality, Among
tbeir iMStri-.nicr.fi are i..^|i,ite,ji», guilsr*, irt
lias, aceordennt. flutii as, fln:«» «*i.d br*.s. .1.
siruraei-t*, :»!l rt all eh t!i«y w, i ai I a! n ,u.!.
-ale «.r r« t.»ii ?t Ir west puce* l'ia»*i etoeds
great variety, O pianos t»»»n a escliauja
for 1
S
llr tl.ei.,
I. Ha doiph s'reet, t'lncago, will .ace va
nrompt ri'terdiou, and Cue best jud'iueiit ..f the
fi.m will be exercised in fator of paitie* who
are unable t'» visit the city towMrct li.r fliem
se'ves tint wh'j w.il •.»!:! tVn*ir or.!er«, ene|o«-
v. I e the lire l|,e ihgtru-
tncr.t red Chi.:«g Oct 21. 1VA.
S A U E W E
lencyor at Tiptun it ml l.mrrtti iinl acrgl
WILL attend prom
th
Jtc,
to ul! buidnrM
rcquiriag
an n^' tit audi
as
Buying and Felling on Commission,
t'.i I7Ar. uF TAXMs
giving liifoi 1:1.it
(nu rvoiicriiug Ui iu ibia cuaa
ty
Enii/raiiU .itr!
st'itlura
caa
leciiiia ut I ti.tU
get choica aa
cailtng
Rocb»»i*.
at bia ottuo.
FOR SALE. Lots 4 and 5, Block II, town of
r, upon which is situated a roo.forta-
bie dwel lug with cellar a:,d well.
Also, Lot 9, Block '2W, wn wf liochester,
rr
bAMI'lL
DkWKLL.
See. Town.
1
tail|
i
of
S. A,
I
Acres.
DO
®f
IT,
Hi,
N. E of H,
hi,
S.
l.w.
s. W.
a, w.
w.
lea
100
17
W of », 8J,
M, part W i of N. W.| 4,
N. 4 N W,
at,
M,
U.
10.
H. W.
u
s. W.
b. N. W.
All
E. 4 fi. K
m. i:. N. w.
H. W. *.
s. w.
K. F. N.
E.
W.j A S.Hof B.E.30,
w. lh. w.
w. I N. W.
W. 4 S.W.
N. E. N.
HO
40
bo
19,
lh
640
n,
80
ta
ti.
40
to,
lfiO
t.w.
I, w.
41
20.
110
80
80
80
33,
2,
N. i
W-A*.
X. 4
40
r-
930
40
U.
10,
N. E.
W.4 A N.&ef K.E, 9,
120
160
120
160
78.
i,1
hi.
8. K. 8. W.
Actea,
40
3,lt0
with a supp y of to
1*11 lots iu thotowncf Tipton.
AMI- A fAim of 4HT)a. resol fir*t cla*» prai
rie, with t» cointortalde bourn*, y mug orchard
jUKt coin:n.ticel U-.triiig. well wateini by tba
iturih liraindi of
V.inki
e K.nt. 23a(*rt.t ot Hr li«r
one mile south, all or any if which m*y
Ik
lia.1
by io bAMl'tL 1»I.\VLLL,
Omieral Land Agent at Tiptoa, lowa.
Tipton
Steam
Mill-
The undersigned having purchased tin* above
mill and made arm^cmuutsto .naiira iu running,
when tverk i* to ti* h.id, rre now prepsrert to di
iout 'in Hurk four (laya in the week—Tuadur,
Wfiliic^Hy, 'nimmluy
FURGU80N
Jantiarr, nl,44.
fall
NMts
and Fri'lay. heal ^ruuud
far i'i- i•i^hih Imalirl—roiu ut iu pu pi lium.eL
aay nla
«it on the mat
on days.
ItO0T A. 8H F. A RCTt.

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