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—FAIR.
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mtrV-f aMrirad ooatnwl with Ik*
noMl gatherinc la this place tor a
like porpoaa. That one
claimed
did
—Fine weather.
—Fall gnoda arriving*
—Frost laet Saturday night.
—For freah oyatera go to Figeley'a.
—Every thing cheap at Perrlen
Dean'a.
-IM caaee of new boota and aheea
beginning to arrive nt F. F. A H.
Dean's.
—Tba Farmers' Ksebnnge Fair la In
progress this week nt Mayavllle, Scott
oounty.
—You all want to boar Matilda
Fletcher at the Fair Orounda thle af»
ternoon.
—Tbla la the laat week or tas-llet
publication. No doubt our readers
are aorry.
—"Put ma in my little bed" Is now
the fsvorlte song of numerous candi
dates far office.
-Water-proofs of every deelrable
oolor and at pricae to euit the times at
Dean, Ingman 6 Young'a.
—The Fair at Weet Liberty goee off
nest week. They are laying them
selvee out for a great time.
—C. H. Hternemen, Dentist, will ba
at the Fleming House In Tipton (Sep
tember 2!Ub and 26th. 2w38
—"Parte un know u," the Danbury
man saya, has been ascertained to be
the store that don't advertise.
—The greateet display of abawla
that we have seen for many a day la
at Dean, Ingman A Young'a.
—The opening of the County Fair is
most promising. Bhould the weather
continue fine, the preaant will be* the
beat Fair ever held In the oounty.
Be wiae virgins, and aeoure your
cheap dry goods at Cobb'a before the
eleventh hour shall have reduced the
large variety of his new stock.
—The Linn oounty Fair takes place
at Marion October 1st, 2d and 3d, 1873.
We acknowledge the receipt of a com
plimentary ticket from the Secretary.
—The moet complete aaaortment of
Tycoon reps ever offered to the trade
of Tipton and vicinity can now beaaen
at Dean, Ingman 4 Young'a.
—Preaching Haturday next in Ger
man Reformed church at 1:30 o'clock,
and 7:30 in the evening. Also, com
munion aervlee at lfeSO A. tL, Sab
bath.
—Gen. Ed. Wright, ex-Secretary of
Htate, was In town Haturday. It was
his (Jrut visit to Qld Cedar for several
years, and many friends were glad to
aee him.
W. H. Cobb aaka attention to bla
large stock of new goods and low pri
ces. You can only know bow It Is
yourselves by
coming
in, looking and
inquiring.
Go to Perrlen Dean'a and see tboee
nice goods—cheap.
—The Badgett Troupe give Concert
and Pantomime exhibitions in the
pjty Ffall Wednesday and Thursday
ffsningv. A danos will ha held after
tha concert eaob evening.
—Tba Amana Society stocking
yarns which are the beat the market
affords are down in price and can al
ways be found at
DBA", INOMAN
Carpeting and wall pap*r Per
Hen Dean's.
—The new code flxea the fee for a
marriage license at ft any one au
thorised to perform the marrlag* cere
mony Is entitled to charge $2, eo that
any enterprising young man may be
fpHeed for |t, provided he baa a girl
that's wilhnK
Hoelery and glevee at Perrien
Dean'a.
—A aubaeriber reqoeats that we pufer
llsh and keep standing tba uamea of
the nominees of the Anti-Monopoly
County Convention. We shall com
ply the more willingly because we
think they will have no wish to
their names in print after ibe 14tb of
October.
Laee aallaia, sew atylea, at Perrien
Dean'a.
—Remember that F. P. Dana when
eaat reoently purchased aa high aa one
hundred
Hata and cape at Perrien Dean's.
COKBXCTION.—Miss Rice is not to be
the Principal of Grace Church Semi
aary, as was stated In last week's pa
par, bat is to take the place of Miss
Xaynard, who haa raaigned. Tbe
Seminary still occupies the late John
H. Starr residence.
Shew la and acarfa at Perrlen Dean's.
Fox SALE.—1 oooking stove,
to
reprwent tha paopla of Cedar oounty
this one
rapraaant them—every
townahlp Is tbi county eeodiof dele
gataa inly eelected by their fellow
oitlM *.
The Uekot nominated t» believe to
oonalat ofainpiM* and in every way
worthy man ai oouM ba foaud In the
oounty, whom It la hir to aoppoaa
wara oominatad a poo tbait marlta
•nd In raaponaa to tba praferenoee of
tha peopla who aant detagataa to tba
Convention to repraaaal thena and
their wiahaa tbara.
Imperative dutlaa In oonnaction
with tha County Pair tbla weak pra
oludaa devoting appropriate attention
herewith to the Convention and its
nominees. Thia brlet notice, and a
hearty approval of all that Is fairly the
voice of the people muet therefore suf
fice rtntll next issue.
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until next Tueeday nt the
Lutheran Paraonage la Tipton.
J. W.
HBNDBB80V.
Saab ribbona, all oolors, at Perrien
Dean's.
LOANS, Ac.—Money to loan upon
unincumbered real estate. Will be
loaned on long time and reasonable
terms.
First mortgagee on Cedar couotv
real estate bearing ten per cent, inter
eel, bought. Office In basement of the
He
Oourt Hoa«.
29tf A.
P.
GILBERT.
Tbe largest stock of prints and nice
atylee at Perrien Dean'a.
DR.ALBRIGHT, chiropodist, will be
In town all tbe week. If you see him
and his box of fearful specimens, of
which he haa relieved tbe feet of
many afflicted, and If you know how
It Is yourself by having corns, you
111 soon apply to his skill and be re
lieved. If you do not see bim call or
leave word at the Miller House.
Flannel and blankets at Perrlen
Xcan'a.
OLD Chronic Sores and Swellings
•re aroused^a^iew life waked up and
carried awafby the thorough use of
Prof. "Anderson's Dermador" It
ma to penetrate all through their
old indolent hulka, starting all the
vessels and surrounding tissues to
healthy action.
See advertisement la another col
umn.
Good goods and low prioes at Vbr
rien Dean's.
LUMBER YARD.—Notice tbe adver
tlsement of lumber yard which Smith
A Joyce, owners of one of the great
gang saw mills In Clinton, propose
keeping up in this place. They will
bave superior advantaces and expect
to give them to customers. Page
Hatch, who understands the business,
will have charge of the yard, and will
do bis beat to satisfy all who may give
bim a call.
Go to Perrien Dean'a and see thoee
nice drees goods.
'THAT
JURY."—We have received
a communication upon tbe subject of
an item of two weeks age about the
Jury that hung so long eleven against
ons. We can not feel that it would
be advisable to print tbe article in
question In full, as it would only
have a tendency to make a bad matter
worse but we are more than willing
to Inform our readers that it Is claim*
ed therein that we were much mistak
en in tbe Item referred to—the Jury at
first standing seven to Ave, and work
ing along from that aa Isuaual In snob
AT the City Drag ttere~Rlank
Books, Stationery and Blank Forms.
STRANOK.
Hingular disooveriss
were reoently made in digging a well
on the old Fraxee farm a mile south of
Clsrence. One shaft was sunk over
80 leet through the usual prairie soil
and clay sub-soil then through sev
eral feet of a very unusual sandy stra
tum in which were imbedded numer
ous pieces of wood—one of them more
than a foot in diameter, having the
appearance of red cedar after this the
diggers came square upon a huge gran
ite boulder, similar to those strewn
along some of our prsirles, which
stopped operations there. They then
began another well about eight rods
distant and found ths same oondition
of things, except that, instead of the
boulder, at the same depth they struck
a seam the lower surface of which bore
at one side of tbe 7 foot shaft coarse
sand, shading to gravel on tbe other
aide and presenting the exact appear
ance of tbe edge of tbe bed of a stream.
MONEYTO LOAN on opproved real
estate security. Inquire of
33tf PIATT A CARR.
SqyTiJW*aT3Rlf
A Youwa'a.
—Our letter from Europe is an un
usually interacting one. The school
system of England ia folly eat forth
by oomparing that system with ours
the most prejudiced mind must admit
the superiority of free schools.
—Over three hundred entries of ani
mals %n*J aftiQles been made Mon
day night for exhibition at the Fair.
This Is unpreeedented, and to day,
Tueeday, the number ia very rapidly
increasing.
RAITBOAD.—We
bave been biutlng for several weeks
past that the prospects of the Iowa
Southwestern, or Chicago, Omaha A
St. Jo., Railroad were decidedly look
ing up. Tbe facta in the case seem at
last to bave been made publio, as we
find in tbe Iowa City Pre—:
Bonds to the amount of Ave millions
are to be taken by a syndicate of Am
sterdam banker*, thus supplying tbe
means for tbe immediate completion
of tbe line. Tbe necessary prelimina
ries will oonsums sixty days and then
we expect to be able to announce the
day when tbe first train may bf looked
for. Work will be ra9uraea in a few
days, aiid that part of the line between
Iowa City and Lenox Junction, on
tbe Burlington road will be Immedi
ately flnlened. equipped and run.
of way i
Some of the right of wsy matters on
this part of the line are unadjusted
and it Is fervently hoped by every
good citleen that the parties in inter
est will be governed by a generous
publio spirit that will yield to tbe
great neoessity for a speedy finishing
of the work and will therefore Inter
pane
BO
oaaaa of goods from one fgoto-
fy, and that ?. PJ 4 ft. L- 'l^ean ^rlll
soon have In their new store in the
City ifa)l building the largeet and
obeapeal stock of boots end akoes sver\
opeqsd In tbe county.
FIBB.—Qnlta a disastrous fire oc
curred kjet weak la wblcb tbe barn
belonging to lfre. Neltaan
^Wrwsd. The HH**e carried Uy tbf
wind bmaiBg brush pils, and
property la tba amount of $M0 or 1900
*a»n contained about
fi|0 bushels of wheat, |QQ of oata, some
bay aod Mmlng fltensll*. The house
Wwwll^ M4|eMlty saved from the
a. tba brUk south
wtad fcaqoantly threw branda on tbe
toot.
avaricious nor factious nor
vexatious opposition. After tuoh Iqng
waiting Ipt us have the road.
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MOM
icy to loan on first class real es­
tate eeeurity. Inquire of R. W. Starr.
Ofloe ovei City Drug Store. 37tf
BALLOD'I MAOAZINE
FOB
COUNTY FAIR.
Qrand Opening—Brilliant Pros
pects with good weather—Groat
8how in all Claaaes—Large At
tendance Anticipated.
So early In tbe week aa this writing,
nothing approaching a report can, of
oourae, be given or expected but tbe
Twelfth regular Annual County Fair,
and second exhibition of the Fair
Asaoclation opens with prospects
wblcb only unpropitioua weather can
prevent foreehowiog the moet satie
Gactory aucoess. Everybody seems to
have caught tbe true spirit of a local
Fair, and the way tbe fine cattle, hogs
and borsea—the sheep, mules and
chickens—the pumpkins, big beets,
long ears of many rowed oorn, fine
specimens of wheat, oata and all the
grains, seeds and vegetabiee, all pour
ing In is an astonishment to the oldest
frequenter of such places. But well as
they are doing In the classes supplied
from tbe stockyard, farms and gar
dens, tbe ladies in their particular de
partments are beating tbe field. Such
boards of pantry stores—from tbe sub
stantial loaves of bread and pats of
butter, clear down through to the jel
lies, preserves and fancy cakes—were
never before seen piled together in
Cedar oounty. Tbe following enumer
ation of tbe number of entries made
in a few of the beat patronized classes
up to Monday night, will give evi
dence of bow the thing is being taken
bold of:
par­
lor stove, 2 bedsteads, 2 tables, 1 child's
boggy, 1 sat of chairs and 1 rocking
ebair ail of which will be oils red
very cheap
The whole number of entries made
up to the time mentioned was teven
hundred and eleven—52 in tbe classes
under tbe Division of cattle in
sheep 34 in swine 49 in the horse
classes, including 23 for trials of speed
34 in poultry 44 in grain and seeds
06 in vegetables, fruit and flowers
99 in household manufactures 260 in
pantry stores and the remainder In
other divislous with smaller figures.
Tuesday, ths first day, as everyone
understands, is a day of entry and
general preparation. Tbe following
is tbe programme as aunounoed for
tbe second day, Wednesday
9 o'clock A. M.—Meet log of Direc
tors, for general busi
ness, and appointment
of Committees.
10M do —Exhibition of Na
tives and Crosses.
Class No. 5.
II do —Exhibition of Farm
Horses. Class No. 25.
11:80 do —Exhibition of Mules
and Jacks.
ASTERXOON.
I o'loek p. H—Trial of Speed.
3 year olds. No. 33.
1:30 do —Running race. 3
year olds. No. 36.
2K)0 do —Trotting. Horses
that never beat 3 min
utes. No. 32.
2:30 do —Matched Trotting
Race.
3:00 do —Half mile dash.
To-day, Thursday, the third and
greatest day of the exhibition, tbe fol
lowing is the order, unless changed
by tbe weather or other considerations
unforeseen at the time of this writing:
FORENOON.
9 o'c. —Committees on Swine,
Sheep, Poultry, Farm and
Garden Products, Fruit and
Flowers, Household Manu
factures, Fancy Work, Pan
try Stores. Vehicles and
Farm and Household Im
plements and miscellaneous
articles will proceed to the
performance of their duties.
9:30 do Devons.
10 do —Farm Horsea. No. 23
A 26.
10:30 do —Short Horn Thorough
breds. No. 2.
II do —Blooded Horses.
11:15 do —Beef Animals. No. 9.
11:30 do —Cows and sucking calves.
No. 10.
OCTOBER,
—A very nloe number Is Ballou's for
October. It oontains a remarkable
quantity of reading matter, all divided
Into stories and poetry, engravings
and useful reading, such as any one
likes to get hold of to paaa away an
boor or two io a pleasant manner.
Here la a llat of tbe oontents. and peo
ple ean Judge for them
selvee If Ballou's
Magaalne Is not worth 15 eta. alngle
eopiee, or $1.60 per annum.
"TheBtatqeof t^plter Qlytnpus
"The^on "The Banana "The
Lost Game "Tbe Ghost of Hendee
Hall "I Remember) Rememk^ri
"^StJnoed to Liberia "Heabelle
"London at Night "Wed and Won
"An Unfortunate Match "A Mer
ry World Indeed!" "About Frnst
AFTEKNOON.
1:00 o'e. —Address by Matilda
Fletcher.
2:00 do —Trotting Race. No. 30.
215 do —Ladies Riding. No. 38.
2:30 do —Fastest Running. No. 3.
3:00 do —Boys riding.
FRIDAY.
9:00 o'c. —Here fords.
9:30 do —Stallions for general use.
10:00 do —Herds of Calves.
10:30 do —Draft Stallions. Plow
ing match.
11:00 do —Horses. No. G.
11:15 do —Sweepstakes Horses.
11:30 do —Sweepstakes Cattle.
AFTERNOON.
IsN o'c. Hornes that never beat
2:50. No. 31.
1:30 do —Running. No. 34.
£:'J0 do —Matched and single
Horses.
2:30 do —Walking Horser. N«.
29.
3:00 do —Procession.
A COUNTY HIQH,
M.
Tbe-Mao of-W*r's.Mau}" 'The New
Mlntyar^t Thorn vale "Qur Young
People's Story Teller—Nicky the
Waif "Indian Yarns '^Making
the Beat of it Ruthven'a Pussle
Page "Tbe Housekeeper "Facts
and Fancies "Tbe Rise of the Chig
noo," Humorous Jllustratious.
|for s*!e at the periodical depots In
tbeooantry. Address THOMRS flbd
TALBOT,36 Brouifield Street Boston
OR "NORMAL,"
SCHOOL.—Section 1st of tbe School
Law, says
"Each county having a population
of two thousand inhabitants or over,
shown by the last Htate or federal
census, may establish a high school
on the conditions aud in the manner
hereinafter prescribed, for the purpose
of Nffording better educational facili
ties for pupils mors advanced than
thuse attending district sohools, and
for those desiring to fit themselves for
tbe vocstion of teaching."
Sections 9 and 10 say
"The said board of trustees shall
proceed as soon as practicable, after
their appointment as aforesaid, to se
lect tbe best site, In accordance with
tbe vote of the county, that can be
obtained without expense to the same,
and the title thereof shall be vested to
ssld county. They shall then pro
ceed to make such'purchases of ma
terial, and to let such contracts for
their necessary schpol buildings as
t^iey may deem proper, but vhall not
{pake any purchase or contract In any
year to exceed the amount on band,
and to be raised by the levy of tax
that year."
'Whan said board of trustees shall
bave furnished a suitable building for
the school, they shall employ some
competent teacher to take charge of
the same, and furnish such assistsnt
teachers as tbey deem necessary, and
rovide for the payment of their salar-
As far as practicable, model
sohools shall be encouraged and ad
vanced students and those preparing
to become teachers may be employed
a portion of their time in teaobing the
younger pupils, In order tbat they
may become familiar with the practice
aa well aa tbe theory of successful
school-teaching, and also avoid, as far
as practicable, {he expense of employ
ing other assist
eat teachers."
its merits. Being free from oil and
alcohol, it has a healthy action on the
scalp, restoring gray hair to its natural
color without dyeing it, cures itching
of the scalp, removes and prevents
dandruff, and will thicken up tbe
thin locks. Such are tbe benefits
which are conferred upou the consum
er. No one should neglect to give it a
trial.—JourncU Statesman, Wilming
ton, Del.
THE HUGHES CASK.—We last week
alluded to the case of a Mr. Hughes,
charged by the Weat Liberty
priee
WHS
IABRIEI,
On the liJth ilay of September. 1K7J, at the
residence of I)r, H. Kn*lgn, the Rev. E. L.
Dodder, Rev. S. HISCOKby
and Mint KM
WEEKLY
Enter-
of treating an idiotio daughter
moet inhumanly. Mr. Hughea vis
ited us Monday, with the unfortunate
Idiot girl aud ber elder sister, who
with ber fither has bad sole charge of
ber for six years. Tbe following we
quote from tbe Muscatine
Journal,
(where Mr. Hughes has also been) as
being about the fair thing to give the
publio under the circumstances
"The facts iu tbe case, as he (Mr. H.)
gave them to us, are these The girl,
who ia fifteen years of age, has been
subject to epileptic fits since sbe was
two weeks of age. The trouble is sup
posed to have been caused by unavoid
able injury at the time of her birth.
Hhe requires constant watching, if left
at large, to prevent her from falling
Into tbe fire or otherwise doing her
self Injury. Her mother died six
years ago. The family now consists
of six children, two of them older
tbau the unfortunate girl. One of
these, the oldest sister, has had charge
other. In order to keep ber with
greater security to herself, she was
placed the past summer iu a partially
open building near the dwelling. It
was found that it would not do to per
mit her to tie at liberty in a room
with a window, as she would break
out tbe glass. A few months ago, the
father went to Kansas, making as he
says ample provision for his family
and leaving a prominent citizen of
West Liberty in general oversight of
bis affairs. Duriug hin absence com
plaint was made that the apartment
of the girl
iu a disgustingly filthy
condition—that she was half atarved—
that she was cruelly beaten by her
father—and, in short, that her death
by slow and torturing processes was
the object of her keepers. Her physi
cian ssy» there are no marks of vio
lence ou ber body and no injuries of
any sort except burns on one of her
hands caused by falling on a hot stove
while in a fit. Her father aud sister
state that they have been unremitting
In their care of the unfortunate crea
ture, and have sought for her own
sake a place for her in some asylutn
but have been refused by both the
Superintendents of tbe Mt. Pleasant
and Independence institutions, as our
law* forbid tiie admission of idiots.
It
IK
bad enough to have an affile
tion^f this kind in a family, and it is
to be regretted If in this case tbe dis
tress has been aggravated by unjust
representations of meddlesome per
Non*. We would not shield any one
who is even negligent of duty in a
matter of this kind, and trust that
such a thorough investigation will be
made in this case as is necessarily In
volved in tbe line of policy adopted by
Mr. Hughes to defend the character of
himself and family from what he pro
nounces wicked and malicious slan
ders."
The Balloon enterprise,so widely ad
vertised and so inuca discussed, has at
last come to a st ridiculous end.
The disgraceful t'iarrel between Prof.
A'ise and Donald»or threatened to de
feat its success, but now the balloon
Itself has stopped all controversy, for
a time at least. The following, espec
ial from the Inter-Ocean of Sept. 13th
tells the story:
An immeuse crowd visited tbe
Capitoline grounds in Brooklyn this
afternoon, to witness tbe departure of
the big balloou for Europe. Tbe pro
cess of inflation commenced at an
early hour this morning, and contin
ued stesdily uatil tan minutes put 4,
when the balloou noddenly swayed to
the north, ripped half way round
with a great tearing sound, and fell
flat to the ground. The immense vol
ume of gas which had been pumped
Into it, nearly 400,000 feet, i-scaped at
the same moment, nearly suffocating
those who stood on tbe inside. In
spector Kalk, Mr. Qoodall, and police
Commissioner Briggs had but iustant
before shifted their positions to the
eastward, and thus escaped being
buried in tbe netting and canvas.
The crowd made a general rush over
the ropes with the intention of tear
ing up the canvan in Mmall pieces and
carrying them off"as mementoes, but
the strong force of police on the
ground charged and drove them back.
Mr. Htiner, who bad contracted to fill
the balloon, said that it would he all
folly to attempt another inflation, as
the bag was not made of the proper
material. ?n tbe enterprise is aband
oned for the present.
CRAIHHKADWATIRWXCo.,
The Household Panacea
And
Family Liniment
Ui the besi remedy in tbe worM for Hie following
complaint*, viz: CrampA In the Limb* and Stom
ach, Bowels or side, Kheumatiam in all !t* form*,
BilHou* folic. Neuralgia,
Tfce lloMnehsU Psaacea la parelr
ble and All llealibg.
Prepared Uy
CURTIS BROWN,
No. 21ft Fulton street. New York.
For sale bj all druggtotm yt
Popular illustrated book (260 pages)
on Manhood Womanhood Marriage
Impediments to Marriage the cause
and cure. Rent securely sealed, pout
paid for 50 cts., by Dr. V. Whittier, 17
8t. Charles Street, 8t. Loui*, Mo., the
great specialist. Head his works, fly
Thirty Years' Experience or an
old Xurie.
Mr. Wlaalaw'a Nwlklai U me Pre
errtpttoM #f one of the liust r'emal* Physician*
and Xur««w in the United States, and has been naed
fyr years with never failing safety and mi*--
CP**thirty
And for admission of pupils out of
tbe oounty section 12 says:
"If, at any »Joa#f the school can ac
commodate more pupils than apply
for admission from that county, the
vacancies may be filled by applicants
from otber oounties, upon tbe pay
ment of suoh tuition as the board of
trustees may prescribe but at uo liine
shall eueb pupils continue in said
school to tbe exclusion of pupils be
longing In the oounty in which tbe
high school ia situated."
Tbe growth Md struetqre of human
balr, la very plainly set fourth in a
pamphlet, published by R. P. Hall
Co., Naahua, N. H., proprietors of
Ifrll'a Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renew
er.
forffrmtuifous
distribution. The
deeervedly blgh reputation of their
preparation baa wboly been gained bp
hy million* of mother* and rhlldren. from the
feehl* infant of onewnflc old to the adult, it
rectA acidity of the stomach, reltnveN wind o
regulate* the bowels, and givt** re*t, health and
comfort to mother and child. We believe it to b#
the rw and *ur«et Kemedy tn the World In
oa»f« 11YMKNTKKY and I)IAHKHKA
CHILDRKN, whether it arises from Teething
from any other cause. Full directions for uMng
acoompany each bottle. None (Genuine unless the
fer-stuilleof CURTIS A PKRKINM is ou the out
side wrapper. Sold ny all Medicine Iealere. ly 9
Children often Look Pale and
Stek
BROWN'S VERMIFl'OE COMFITS
will destroy Worms without injury to the child, be
ing perfectly
WHITE,
and free from all coloring of
other injurious ingredients usually used In worm
preparations.
CURTI* A BROWN,
MARKET
REVIEW
Tipton Market.
Tirro*, Sept.
Rye 50
Timothy Head 2 00 -50
Clover 9 50
Cattla 3 50 4 00
Hogs 3 50 3 75
PRODUCE AND P"OVI8ION«.
Flour, at retail, per aack... $1 85 200
Corn meal,
Butter
Efnrs
Lard
Potatoea
Baaos
Xwcatlu Market.
MuaCATIIIB. 8*pt. IT, 187.1.
Wheat, new $ ,85(31 1 00
Corn 27"@ 28
Rye, 40(«\50
Oat S2&27
Barley, [email protected]$1
Lard, 8
Potatoes,new 75
Hogs, live «... 3 [email protected],75
Davenport Market.
Wheat,
M«...
DAVBRPOMT, Sept. 17,1878.
80(3100
Corn,.
Oats,
Barley
Rye
Potatoea,
I. K. r»*A*TOK»T,
Joint
Tipton, Iowa,
Woo Id Inform the public that they are pre
pared to do all kind* of work
ID
their line.
Partlnlar attrition paid ta
Fine Work on Buggies
and Carriages,
by MK. ZEITLEK, who In experienced
In thlt cliua ofwork. ttf.
Patlenlar attention paid to
Painting Bwfglea and Wagoni.
BOOTS AID SHOES
ARE STILL MADE AT
FBBD HEB8CHFIXLD8'
Old and Well Known Shop,
OF AH.
STYLES, FROM THE
BEHT HTOTK AND
AT THE
Lowest Price.
Also, a food assortment of
UDIES'BIITLElEI'S&einUllEn
BOOTS AND SHOES,
3est Eastern
Manufacture.
Be sure and call at DUTCH FRED'S for
perfect flu. latest styles, and beet wear.
outh Side Court Hov.tr Square, 1\pton,
Sept. l, '89.
3STE3^WP
Opened In Tipton, bjr
I I
Where can be found an entire new clock
of the
PUREST AND KST
DRUGS, PAINTS.
of Cedar
Iowa, and Minn
IXIRIHK
Chicago, lllx.
K. of
'hemlsts, and Dealers in
Medicines at TWKWTY FIVK
KNTA A
MEDICINES, OILS,
OTKMICALS. VARNISHES.
TKHKI'MKRY.
B«»* lySi
U S
pjNew Stock!
fJI AM SfUV
AT THE
OITY
hDKUG STORE
5 TIPTON.
IOWA.
A
17 O
OLASH nnd
TOILET ARTICLES, PUTTY.
WHITE LEAD,
of the finent quality, which U cuaranteed
STRICTLY
PURE.
Hair. Tooth, Clothes. Paint and Varnish
Brashes of all kind* and qualities.
Also, a foil line of the
BEST DYE STUFFS,
e
all of which ar« nrlected with the greatest
care' Instruction* will be given how to use
the Dye Stuffd.
Also, nil thr popular
PATENTMEDICINES
c.F the (IRV.
WlMwalso can bp found the celebrated
BIGG'S C0MP017XD
MA
H. KNSKJN, nil of Tipton, Iowa.
At the residence of the bride's parents. 100
North Ka.-tnlle St. Chicago, 111*., on Tnnitday
Heptemter Bth, 1*73, 1 o'clock. P. M.. by
Prof. Mwlng, pax
tor of the Ftr«t I'renbyterlan
church, Mr. A. N.
Hoarhound Cough Sjrrup,
the beat inndlrlne In nse for Conghs, Colds
'.nd hoanteneai, Ac.
Everythlnr usually In a elass
Drug Store will
HIWRV*keptfoundflrst
be on band:
all of which will be Hold
CHEAP FOR
Cholera, I\v*enterv, Colds,
FrewVi Wound!*, Burn*, Hor»' Throat. Hplnal Com
aint«. rtprauia arul Tlruiscs, Chills aud Fever,
or Internal and Kxternal
UNM.
It* operation 1h not only to relieve th* patient,
but entirely remove# the cans** of th* complaint.
It |eneir»tV« and pervade* tbo whole system, re
storing healthy action to all It* part*, and quick
nin« thr blood.
CASH ONLY.
nl«v
THOMAS
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BOOTS!
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GRAIN AND
STOCK.
What 85 0$
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Proprietors,
No. Ji.s Fulton Street. New York
Sold hy Druggists and
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GIVEN AWAY.
A Fine German Chromo.
M^nd an Flegatit Chromo, Mounted and
ready for Framing, free to every Agent for
UNDERGROUND
OR,
9
Life Below the Surface,
BY TUOS. W. KNOX.
t4i Paget octavo. 130 Fine engravings
Relate* Incldente and Accidents beyond
the Light of Day Startling Adventures In
all parts of the World Mine* and Mode of
working them Under-current* of Society:
Gambling and It* Horrorx Cavern* and
tiieir mysteries the liark Ways of Wicked
n*» Prisons and their secret* Down In the
Iephths of tbe Hea Straitge Mtorlee of the
Detection of Crime.
The book treau of experience with brig,
and* nights In opium dens and gambling
hells lift In prison stories of axtlM adven
ture* among Indians Journeys through
Hewers and Catacombs acclnents in mines'
pirates and piracy tortures of the Inquisi
tion wonderful burgarleaj underworld el
the great cities,
etc., Ac.
AGENTS WANTED
for tbla work. Exclusive territory giver.
Agent*
OAD
mi
niako $100 a week In selling tbil
0°°*. Biid for circulars anil terms to
agents. iyJ
J. B. BUM HYBS,
HARTFORD, OOWH., AF CTI FOAOCL IU*
SHOES!
BOOTS SHOES
OLD
95
Oata 18 22
Corn 27 SO
Barley 80
AND NEW CUSTOMERS and the
public generally
are Informed
that
SAM. WIRICK
90
lsstlll doing all kinds of
Custom WorK,
and also keeping a carefully selected stook
ot Fantern Made Goods at his
Boot & Shoe Shop,
on Cedar St., opposite Virgin Block.
By keeping the beat of stock, employing
the most skillful workmen.and charging the
lowest prices, he hopes to receive not only
aeontinuance but an increase of the fair
patronac heretofore bestowed.
Good Boots and Shoes
MAT BE BOUGHT
E A
AT
1 A W I I O K S
»(3i 32
80(5} 32
80(i\ 99
60
70® 80
ZKITLBB.
DEARD0RFF ft XEITLEK,
Wa^on and Carriage
MAKERS,
John R. Ficeley 4tCo.,
CONFECTIONERS!
Having openedan Establishment In Tipton,
we invite autocall upon as and examine
our Stock, where way be found
Oran(ea,Leaoai, Xuta, Oysters,
Ftga, itoialm, Clfara, Fanry Gro-
eerie**, Green, Dried and Canned
Fruits, lee Cream, Lemonade,
and all kinds of good things.
Fresh Bread, Rolls, Cakes
and Pies always on hand.
rartlei SiMlled with ill klaia of
(tin and Creaa on bkort Kotlee.
Wf SOLICIT TMt MTR0NA8E OF THE
24y
E. L. BAMETT,
NOTARYiuand
Tie anlj KeliiMe (ill liitrikitiei ii the Cwitrj
$50,000 OO
XV VALUABLE GIFTS!
TO HE DIHTRIBt'TED IN
L. I. SINE'S
lUd Regular Monthly
GIFT
Market
ftltllC.
3.
R. PtOKI.ET
CO.
PDBLIC. CONVEYANCER, Col­
lecting Insurance Agent Offieeat
residence, ISLAND Tr., Cedar Co.
jf.Cb
GIFT ENTERPRISE
Emm
To fee Brawn Monday, Sept. I5th, 18ZS.
OWE GRAND CAPITAL PRIEE,
$5,000 IN COLD.
T« Prisei $\m .....
KK 11 Mil
®ne Family Carriage aid Matched
•ones with Sllrer-Moanted Bar
nets, worth 9l,M*t
Horse and Huggy, with Silver Mounted
Harness, worth MOO!
One Klne-toned Rosewood Piano, worth I60U!
Five Family Hewing Machines, worth
1100 each!
730 Oold and Hllver Lever Hunting Watches,
(In all), worth from tlO to MOO each.
BeM Chun, Silver-Ware, Jewelry.
Se.,Sc.
n»isi etamaB.ioa
IKWILMMUHJIN.
Agents wanted to aell Ttcketa, to
whoa liberal Premluma
will be paid.
Single Tickets 11 HI* Tickets Twelve
Tickets?IP Twenty-Five I2U.
Circulars containing a full Inl or prices,
a description of the mannerot drawing, and
other Information In reference to the Distrib
ution, will beHcut lo any one ordering thetu
All letters most be addressed to
Main Office, L. D. Box 8«.
MIW.FItiktt. CINCINNATI.0
ASK FOR PYLE'S
SALERATUS.
•BUT IN l'8E. HOLD BY GROCERS
EVERYWHERE. taiW
THtPARKERCW.
ICU sTMnrronciacNLAB
PARKER BRCfS
WEST HEB10EH.CT.
A POPULAR MEDICAL BOOK:
MANHOOD! !/££&
WOMANHOOD!
MARRIAGE!
••n!ainJafvfee»»7 (tarry, M«. vby fto lmy4
lo famMfr-CiuaM, Craa^uMM ud Our*.
UuPhrri«io|uiiiiiMf«riM It tb« UwrNttif MbaUm
af BcprMamioft. AMI pre*aetW«. Iimal trtlwawl,
IU bartful »lnH, wt&h M»4rul adrto*.
In »!44ioor trnai nltt. ui wfcal
l« »««H •aa—. Ak««t alaplM tbo fiN Ml
lafiariaM, Why Nr art praaaatvrolv iaftrm.
A.J i*i»t ik«d««MM iHiiittlri vtib ul»s*. A iMly
riaMraiod M0p«f«boafc, ootMiaiaf ntek In'niRtilia tar
rt* Mmrvied. or ikM* 9mwownyt. A liu
»ae*ta4i«(ui4* prlr*i« touaMiar. l«IUi» iW,
aaga, by Ball, for ooau, bj
DOCTOR WHITTIER,
611 Si. CksrlM XMU, lb.
I wnn0ii f, km f4vm
iy wwf ywial mtitnn
em to lUil* iria*aiaJ oil mm
r*l«iiM la
14a o—a, oM •onm*' locate
St. leuU tay t(kr Cfcrrnia ffTmems* rhf*
S«ad 0a works antf
4 emial
asp v aigaa i"n*n rsyM^aa
rorks and lurtge for yourself.
tffellofto* or Mtt fr*», ••4
l«(««r e/fmfMity mm fteaf gawirod.
Livery.
LIVERY SALE AND FEED
STABLE.
On North side of Monument Square.
PBITCHARD to BRO.
Proprietors.
fTeraes, Carrlaces and Burgles to let on
reasonable terms. Drivers Furnished If de
sired.
Horses bought and sold, and boarded
the day or week. Hatlsfactloa guaranteed
41y
A 1EW LIVERY, FEED AID
SALE STABLE
IN TIPTON,
BY
GEO. S. FLEMING.
At the barn In the rear of the Fleming
House, may be found a stock of line horses,
buckles aud carriages to let With ox without
a driver, on tbe moat reasonable terms. aUtl
MCNAMARA & CASAjj*-,
OSHSRAL DEALERS IN
Hardware, Stoves
TINWARE, ScO.,
TIPTOM, IOWA.
Com prising a large and complete Stock of
SHELF & HEAVY HARDWARE,
Iron, Steel, Nails, Horse Shoes, 4c.
Also, a large and full Stock of
Builder's Hardwares
We offer for a First Claaa
Wood and Coal Cook Stove,
The Fearless, Acorn,
Crystal Ltgfct, Henry Clay,
Baae Burn ere for Hard Coal,
Grand XTnion,
IR.eiclient Home,
Morning O-lory.
A Hafe aeecHaairtaf geatiaa wtovew. for Wood and Coal, which we are oflerlac at rea
sosablellciires, aa4i»viie all to cxaunn^»tvie. etc.
TIN-WARE
Is Complete in Every Particular.
Vorlre, Shovels, Hpades. (inns, Pistols, Powder, Hhot and
Fust.
and lUisliel Baskets, \Vanli Tubs and Boards, Well Buckets. Novelty, CnlvsnEl
and Kellancc Clothes Wringers. Wagon and Carriage Wood Stock. Carriage and 8eW
Spring,
Moline Wagons, & Deere & Co's Celebrated Plows.
Bent Wood »nd iron Pumps, cement. Plaster Pari*.
014 I rea, Copper, Zinc and Brana Wanted.
JOHN CULBERTSON,
DI
'A I. Kll IS
U E
WILL KEEP A It IS
XEW LUMBER YARD,
U ST if 1| OFfTHE DEPOT, IW TIPTON,
A
FULL I.I ME OR
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Pickets, Stock Boards, Battens,
Siding, Flooring, Saah, Doora. Blinda, lat and 2d Clear
and Dimension Lumber, Ac., £c.
LARGE STOCK AND LOW PRICES.
AST THE 3STETW"
Grocery Store!
OF
HOLT8LANDER & HWINEPORD,
Old Stand opposite Milller House, Tipton, Iowa,
WILL BE FOUND A KULL LINE OF
Groceries, Glassware, Queensware, 4c.,
AT THE
Xjoweot PrloeB,
18 HOLTSLANDER & SW1NEI ORB.
MONEY
Saved Buying
YOUR READY-MADE
CIiOTHISTG
AT THE
CLOTHING EMPORIUM
OF
CAS
AD & GILMORE,
T1PTOX TOW A.
They have just received the largest and best
stock of
Spring' and Summer (woods
ever brought this side of the Mississippi.
Cloths Cassimeres, Vestings, &c., &c.,
for sale by the yard.
HATS AND CAPS
In great variety. All of which will be aold at Low Prices Air
Hardware House
OF
Reichert Brothers,
Caner «th aid Cedar Streeta, I O N I O W A
Dealers iu
Foreign & Domestic Pocket & Table Cutleryf
All kinds of
flpELF AND HOUSE FI RXUHKC COOM,
Kalla, *c.»
Aiso a fuil line of
STOVES 6c TINWARE,
The Celebrated aud WorM Renown*
Charter Oak
Cook Stoves.
M*
Stock of
ACRIQULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
is tail and varied. Hav Manure Forks. Shovels, Hpades, Mattocks, Hoes and Una
Road Scrapers, Iron and Wood Pumps, Feed Mills aad reed Steamers, a full Uaeortt#
Celebrated
BUFORD PLOWS AND CULTIVATORS.
Ament's Celebrated and Unrivaled
Prices to suit ths times.
Rope, Twine, Ctraraa
MCJTAMAKA,
H. H. CASAI.
FARM WAGOm
WV 9IWK ww Tins OOUMWm

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