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totwltl 1
of tfca JW troa?
ai*#ar, BO? Itfe
banbataatlatad!
tlMrrta 99 aaatfM
tdl u^oou la tba pna
g» tfcattbm'
fifty, H4 tbroagb
doba, Iha win or
•MMrsotaMMn of tbe
•syrs-rs^
kvoiaaoflka people and
rfcbtat Kite tnriah
It wtllitMa Hi labor,
M4 wbtaatotblaillft teae thattba
to n wboaa
•iwwip||«h^
And ,f
jk|P«k, fea not AM coo tinned,
*5^111 w.b.wUlla, to edailt that
of tb
fititfladieatad Ml Iba
iM Mr. Oa* af Haw
[t tHtoodacad a WllaOtm for
BapabMaaaaMaof tba HoMa. Itwaa
•van tapeaalble to aaoara refer
to the Ooauatttee ee Foteicn
Jl'£Within a waak tbara has been an
D)bar war flurry, bat again all is
•gptot. Tba fawt warlike breeze came
1Mb tba report that the Bpanisb
Iftr*"1**Cuba rebelled against
tkaeoorae of ths home government ao
aMaaaaosly that Spain had asked for
flkpafooa modiOcalion of tha terms of
that tha Uaited States
and that a rapture WM
it. lAtor news belies all this.
quiet Tba Captain
I bM not leaigaed. Spain will
do she hM agreed and all
,*oTba HOOM Committee on Appropri
jiiae Taaaday morolag bald a meet
oa UM aatyeot of tbe propoeed im-
MMllala ajiprnprlallnn of $5,000,000 for
iha Navy Department. Secretory
Jtobaaoa appeared before tha commit
Ma aad gave detailed information in
Mppart aad amplification of hU latter
aiyaatorday. No notion WM taken,
iha matter going over f«c frith# #m-
AaaaarMaaa Washington ccrree
MB And oat, tbe Forty-third
Is remarkable for three pecu-
It ta tba largaet legislative
bady that aver Mumbled in tbe capi
tal It«entains tba graateet number
-af new aMMbeia, aad it bM tbe
alraageet representation of ex-oon
ttiHatoo.
aifr
«^*Tha appeal lor aaatitbattoM ot food,
*ibtbta| aad faal for tbe suffering
baaMStaad aattlere in Northwestern
fiwa agaia raacbes ua. AdjutantOen.
^Bahtr, who bM just retained from tbe
ibgiw of deatitatlon, tally eon firms
M#»lom reports of tbe aaelanoboly
w&Mtlon of affairs.
bills were Introduced in tbe No
floOM of RepreeenUtives, one
laatWMk, many of which have
ipfapfMa to tba onrrency, tranaporta
ttoo, Intoraal improvements, bank
tbe eatery-grab, ato. "In a
l^altttude of ooaoMlors there ie aafo
aouatimea.
ty la Uopeleesly in debt,—
)oa eoattty tbe aame—JackMn
ihty bankrapt.-the three Demo
oouatlea of Iowa, do not farnleh
a vary atroag eadoraeaieat of Da
y jrbaN lb feower. And atlll
are aot happy.
ll. tmiiaiaa, wbo WM aaaaia
•firul^aitaito by tba PraaMaat an
¥aMdv C%i^/«*ttoa of tba gap
^9rMNgd 9fMaa, Dwad
mm
eowtlMt %«ak
lab coMpIl
SBWft «S1 *«TK*.
A young man in Horantun, 1'*., haa
fear breach*» of promise rait* ou hand.
sntprt" is de4
:»K $!*riUut«j
aat heart.£
mr wfMiw» oi promiM
Hh»ilip
aaribad atttiotgh to i||
Ckrwid dr,v
000 worth
miles and
At-
bat U y«e aaall bMtM oat of
PH end so deptwed of w ltb greet
VISo wander the Deaocwttc eaooM
it eqnare agatoel tbe repeal of tba
PVbw, wban artrjr naabat
tb«cettN», but two, who WM In
,bed tba back pay In
tftej stood aeya tba
Tribume, and it w- bard
tbMpa»ar to iab«ka tba Deaeoera
«, audi rnaa of tbam, loudly prahe
jjfetbalr de*otlee of democracy, and
to ftferai, bontaty and daoaney,
*bUe aaob ana of tbam bad bia $5,000
MlPl.iiid bad aliaady received
ftiaa Months' of tba locreaeed "alary
,'jbt tba pussn^Congress." Tba
drummer,
Saa, during the iMt season,
Hold
lb. R. P. Ctarkson, of the Stato
S^gitttr,
MMioaaoM hloMalf to a air-
aalar to tba laaMbent of tba Lefiala
toM, a candidate for re election to
tba paattiaa of State Printer. He has
aarvad oaty oae tarn.
Twaad, in delivering his in-
aagnral at Tammaay Hall, prior to
tba Isat Prseidantlal election, predat
ed tba defeat of tba BapaUlMo party,
wban," said be, "we will introduce
honesty and eoooomy into all
branehe* of tba Government."
TnaMiy ofltoiale And fsutt with
Ibc arttetio appaataaoea of tba new
tnda dollar. The female figure apou
y be a type of the woman of the
period to pbyaieal proportions, bat
la not aotod for a Jaymmatrieai devei-
Tba aboaldera are
raw tboee of a child, aad tbe
figure, aaatad upon bale of oot
ton, Is very much like a rail. The
Prat Comptroller, who is a naughty
Mas, eaye "tbe bale of enttoa la in tfc»
arrong place.
n-
i of tba I—aiguaf, freeeded
f« hlffceoaad»d aad warttfce pww
bat It w«a dlapoaad of wttboat
Ottif Aart Itthn to
MytiMfiiiniiM B«Bbar
eTftattoMi lUpobltaan raaa with
btei tor tba veto to iaf—1 tba ralea.
iMte Mif Dmomti Toted
3p*%. .V* *«»J tba entire
Tba Iowa Mambara aad tha Hoaao
Committooa.
Our Iowa mambara have bean treat
ad with average feirneaa, but no gaoer
oalty. Mr. MeCrary, juatly euough
pMbapa, hM bean awarded the hon
on given to Iowa, by being made
of tba Committee on Rail
ways aad Canals, tba moat important
and deairable poaition, in tbe present
eon teat for cheaper tranaportation,
which bM been given or oould be giv
en a Western man. As it is probable
all tba traaaportation questions will
be i alter red to this Committee, Me
Crary will have it within his power
to da maob for tbe West. He is the
man of all others to represent the West
ia that poaition.
Mr. Doanaa is Chairman of Print
ing, and a member of Military Affairs.
Mr. Orr bM been given the arduous
aad reaponslble plaM of Chairman on
Expenditures in tbe I nterlor Depart
ment.
For mem barn serving tbe second
torn, Meaaara Donnan and Orr have
been specially honored. Of the new
delegatm, M. Pratt Is the ouly mem
ber made Chairman. At tbe bead of
Private land Claims, bis superior abil
ity will find plenty of work. Judge
McDIU, another new member is on
Pacific Railroad, which, with the pen
ding investigations, will give him res
ponsible work of tbe most difficult
and delicate nature.
Trtb-
ifjQe rlgbtly aay*—"No enemy of tba
^aMooratie party ooald bare wished
greater bnmillatioa tban tbh."
Mr. Wilson is given two booorable
positions, on Agriculture, and on War
Pfojina M«MM* Kaaaon slid Lough
ridge, formerly serving two terms in
tha House, have not been given Chair
maosbips as we bad expected they
would be, but are botb placed in prom
inent positions, Mr. Kasson on Ways
and Means, and Mr. Lougbridge on
Appropriations. Mr. Lougbridge,
like Mr Kaaaon, has been awarded a
place on one of tbe first committees,
but we bad expected and hoped to see
bia ability and experience better rec
ognized, as in his last term be served
with great credit next to tba bead of
tba Judiciary Committee. But, as a
whole Iowa, with five Chairmanships
and Mr. MeCrary at the bead of the
moat important committee for West
ern interest, has been well treated and
duly reoogniied.—Register.
WILKIa COLLINS.—Tha proaanca
in thia country of this great English
noveliat imparts an immediate inter
eat to his writing» among American
readers, which renders ttye new, low
price, and handsomely printed edi
tion of T. R. Peterson 4 Rrotbers
both valuable and opportune. These
enterprising publishers have placed
upon our desk a copy of his "Bights A
Foot," being in the County of Corn
wall, among its grand and varied
Scenery tbe mighty Druid relics
tha quaint legends dark mines, etc.
Price only 60 cents, with a life-like
portrait of tbe author on the cover.
The great popularity oi Wilkie Col
lins' novels in his aerie* comprising
"Mies, or Mrs.?" "Hide and Seek,"
"Tba Dead Secret,'' "After Dark,"
"Tbe Stolen Mask," "bister Rose,"
"The Yellow Mask," "Basil or, Tbe
Croaeed Path," "Tba Qneen's lie
veuge," "Mad Monkton," and "Sigbtn
A-Foot," have never bean excelled
They are for sale by book sellers, or
copies will be sent, post-paid, by tb
Publishers, oo receipt of price. Send
to T.B Peterson & Brothers,PLiladel
phla, Pa., for one ot their Illus
trated Catalogue, sent free to any ad
drees.
How TO OCT A SPLENDID YOVNU
Pnru'i PERIODICAL
AS
it
Young Folkt' Rural
mencing any time), and also two love
ly chromoft of Western American
scenery, "Morning on tbe Missis
alppl," and "Sunset on the Sierras,"
(ooples of paintings by Htreight,)
Mounted and varnished ready for
ttatolag, and sent poet-paid without
aMMaaal charge. The
M*rmt
Mtei ifywpiTjun aaBg'ggg!!»*^
Young Folk*'
ia#14U par fear (with tbe two
ift U» M.*li subscriber).
I by !f F- Lewi*,
•rtbe Wctrm Rural,
Vhaabraaaaecan baaMn
gf flMpi an na. tf
-.y ... —... .' .- ,v .. ... T.
*atrow of lltwtoMdrg.
$00,-
of goods, traveled
11,000
married four wive*.
Hon. Geo. H. Williams, late United
States Senator from Oregon, and now
^Ttocaej yi|«pl In the Cabinet, has
bM nominated by the President for
Cblaf Jaatlee of the Untied States Sup
imaaOeatt.
Tba Ways and Means Committee of
Iba 11—si Is now aalttd a AM trads
OoaiMlttoa, ataading two Revenue
Tariff advocates, four Protectionists,
aad IIva Frae-Tradarc.
«u4anii*llMlu4 rc^acMrali*
beesMasweeWMBser
leMMar (gNlwito antdrrt
rsof tB» State OMtoge
ltani-r-*A. K.
KxI J'lJBT,'
Nauie.
Qatar
naacjr.
AdvtMafroa tha weetarn part of
NehraMa say that tha ftloax an on
Iha war path,aad that a large number^
rawaeaa aad Omabas are close by,
praparail lor battle. There U but lit
tie doubt that a big battle will soon be
foagbt between them.
Aa raport of the Government Da
of Agriculture for Xovem
•bows that the av
m^a tobacco crop, In wmp«nw»D
arllll last year, ta 94. A falling off of
17,000,000 boabeli In potatoee Is indl
Mtad. Tba bay crop is 500,000 tons
leea thaa laat year.
Tba azaolaation of Miki MeCool,
tba for the Murder of Patae/
Maalay, aboat a month ago, wbieh
km
baaa galng on for soma days past
bM oloaad, and MeCool Is held In 110,•
on a charge of murder is
tboaaeoad degree.
IloiMKtiK .,
Lccturcf-J, AftBoft, CI«ik»kul«,Cu(ief Ce.,
R(RMr -Vii. DrtRi WIUIIX, Do l(oni«,
Traararrr—M. L. OBVIK, Pen Molnm.
CH'rn Rz.Coin.-E. R.
Wfcll* Figeou WUKot)
Hrovra.
O w!tm»»r
t*ban N wwd.
Intead.
A DOol«m»ii.
A Cartwrtftil,
A. T. Oarla.
OWMB'Ni.
XnJllMihtni,
o»o. Briitoa,
«m HHtta,
Raaa'l Yale,
Wa AaSi*.
John Jobsaoa,
srraMr.
County Bxaoutiva Committaa.
Jmurn
Chtlrmin.
WMvni SWRATAO, H.W.
BAILBT JOOIPK Dowxive. CBAS. P. Pca«r.
Rahckl Tn.«, WM l. MCCSOBK*T, W. a. CWASK,
Jont cu»T.•. A. Cturr*.
Agent S. C. I. Aaaoclation.
1.1, FMEMAV,Round ORAR*. aastt Coaatf, lew*.
1*0.
Local Aganta.
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KaeaaotearUto-nAasr BaMrtv -r
W U o n A MOORE. *. YTFF
WHITE PMCOM FIRE INSURANCE CO-.Mt.Taa.
Orric***—THO'» H. rnSHBTIlK, heft.
n. L. WILSON, Vice Prm't.
c. P. rrMTJe.
D. T. BEDGte, lWo'r
CO^OKMTIVE STOM OF WtLTM.
OfllUM AXD DLBBC-Toaa.—
THO'S
Tnmfr.
BOOT, Pnat aad
C. P. FtJRST. Bec'f.
D.T.
BLAIR. A. J. CHA WTOBB.H.O.WITm.
Regular meetings of Virginia Orove
Orange will be held on tbeaecond and
fourth Batnrday nights of each month.
W. (J. BCSTKR. Sec'y.
Monodelphia Grange will bold reg
ular meetings at Fra«eur's Hall,Tipton
on tha first and third Saturdays of each
montb, 7 o'clock P. M.
tf M. L. BCSIBR,Sac'y.
Oak Hill Orange regular meeting
Saturday evening at 7 P. M., on or
before foil moon.
W. T. ROBISROH, rtec'y
SPBINOFIKLD GBAMOE meets regu
larly on tbe first Monday evening of
every month at 7 o'ckiofc.
J. Gsioeit, Sac.
Tba time for holding regular meat
lngs of Forest Grange is every Satar
day evening at 71 o'clock on or before
full moon. It. BURROUGHS, Sec.
Bpringdale Grange No. 337 meets
regularly every Haturday night on or
before the full moon at their hall in
Sprtngdale.
D. W. SMITH, Sec'y.
tlower's Ferry Orange, No. 235 will
meet Saturday evening, March 22nd
and each alternate Saturday evening
thereafter.
J. H. Oo*aoLrs, Bee.
CENTKRDALE GRANGE, P. of H.,
meats the 21st of Dec., 1872, at 1 o'clock
P. M., and every alternate 8aturday
thereafter at Centerdale school hoaae,
8pringdnle t'p.
J.
Mrs.
B. LAMBORV, Bee.
QCIXCY GBAXCB, NO. 24S, will hold
a regular meeting next Friday eve
ning, May 2d, and every Friday eve
ning thereafter until further notice.
A. D. COLEMAN, Sec.
Inland, April 2«th, 1873.
Regular meetings of York Prairie
Orange are held on the first Wednes
day night of each montb at the York
Prairie school house, at 7 o'clock P.
i^vitetlfUi0* members are cordially
W. H. BLAIR, Sec.
TMeasant THII Grange will meet on
Friday evening, April l&th, and on
e*rh alternate Friday evening there
after, at Pleasant Hill School House,
Sugar Creak township.
J. B. LAFCAMP,8ec.
Prairie Belle (jrange, No. 37o, will
bold regular meetings ou Saturday oo
or before each full moon, at 7i P. M.
Visiting brethren welcomed.
GEO. BRITTON, 8ec.
Tbe time for holding regular meet
ings of the Coon Creek Grange is on
every Saturday eyening at 7$ o'clock,
P. M.. on or before full moon.
JOHN JoiixsTtw See.
All members of tha ordar of P. of H.
interested in a co operative atora with
baadquartee at Tipton, are requested
to attend a general meeting to be held
at the Court House on Saturday, Dec.
13th, 1873, at 10 o'clock A. M. to adopt
articles of incorporation, elect the
proper officers and transact such other
baalacss as may come before them,
I,. IJ 8WF,KT,
JOHN HIIRLTZ, I
W. L. MCCROSKBY,I Cotn.
LEVI JENNiNua, I
W I U I E I 4 9
WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW.
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TrrTojt. Dae.te.im.
(1BAIX A9tD 8T0CK.
Wheal ..
Oats
Corn
Barley
Rye
Timothy Heed..
Clover ..
Catt le....M*4 MI..
Hogs
80®$
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Wheat, new
Tom V...
Rye,
Oath,
Barley,
Lard,
Potatoes,new
Hogs, "w.
UAVKiteoBT, :n*e. is, ia«.
Wheal, fl 0.r
Corn,.. 356^40
Oaf«, as
Barley «r»^,l 00
Rye 50 62
Potatoes 1 25(5)1 t5
HHEI IFF HALE.
Ily virt lie of a apecinl exeeatloa to mstfl
fect«d,from ttn- of the lerkof
the Dlnrlet «urt. In m.d ir Hie winntjr
Cedar anilHi.itc of lowa. in favor
ot
William
t.d ir the«*nnty of
liar
H. Tcthlll «ml asaliist II Iteming and Dav
laapoit A Ht. i'auT R. U. t'o.( 1 hase levied
u 11'.: 1 ttic following proju-rty an the property
Affile Nnil H. Iietn'ne «n»l Davenport A St.
|*aul H. H. Ui.,to «!i:
IA aoaiuber one (1. aad ttr» 3/ In block
number flvr in t!i« town of lfaaii lion. Ce
dar county, Iowa.
And snail otter the «*m« for aale at Uc
Court fliiii-r dooi, iu u,n toivn
ot
lipiau. In
said eouaty. on Saturday, the 3d day of
Jaaaary, A. I. l*7t, at one o'clock p. m. of
•aia dajr, voaalUfy aaUI .-Kectitlon aad aoata
liiat war accrue (boreot,.
XMt«d this Ut day of Dec.. A. D. 1S7J.
JOHN D. HHEAREK,
MierlfTofr, !nr conot.f.
By Irgp of a special mmbm to me
i rwt jMu from !i« nfltce Jrtbe Clerk
•fheDiMp*tCourt,In»nd for
(Xlar, aad ftnto ot lows, in
end nga!i«t O. W
UMl lev-tea upo« the f.il'ow
fpa property o.'
4
HHASJU^D, Dabnqus.
Liat of Orangea in Oodar County
Noll.
O w MRUT,
Udirk.
A
3
HmbpMU. Dmx.
Tiptop
Orov^,
or of f*
[ant. et. a
I,
the north
quarWr 04
The noMa-w'KtMlart«r (V
ast qnanlr iVj) QlSHootlM
ii)f the nufpi wMtaaar«eijf|
iiunrtcr np of theionta-aM
thr «W»Sifiurof t»w waa"*
the Diirtti-eui
usrter(«i)and
11 if the aouth-eafct quarter (ih all In•
linn numlH-r twciiiy-two
iiijiiilx-r
Bevrnty-alae
(TID.niirltiof Haoge
niunlo throe (3). »'«t o( th« 5th i M., f'n
t«iulii«»ne Uonilrwi nnd forty acrwi, mort
or less, aituated lu C«l*r county•, Iowa.
And ikail ufflH' tl" mine for 111 (be
Ceurt Hoaae door. 111 the town of Xtpton, In
asid eoantr.oa Friday, tbe at«!:») orIJMUBI
rv. ATP.,»l.«t one ooioflk *Sid
Tfl'ay, to S0tTf- said *ccutlon anil cos that
may accrue tnereon.
CeUar O)., Iowa.
•luT.tMrtBcir.-vna
Ella B. Htrlngsr, iVrta.
To said Defendant*:
Yoe are hw«by notified, tfeat thore ta now
on file In tbe office ot uie Clerk of the IMalrict
Cbart of Cedar I'onntv, Iowa, the petition of
Ui« platuuaHi^rt'Mid, olalming of yon the
Bum of iweuty -Ave hundred dollars, aa mon
juitly due from jroo. and InurM there
oh. at Mx |ier cent, from tbe alxth day of
May V D. It7l, for ilamifM acrruelng mm
the failure of tlie tills lo certain Is nils pur
chaaed by the iilntntitf of the defendant Ma
rlon and T. J. UarKltz on ths 0tb day of May
1S71, and asklug lor a writ of attachment
ratnst the property of Klaa T.Htringer.
You arc aUo uutl&ed, that uulaea yoa ap
pear thereto fuvl defend, before noon of the
second day of the term or the Hatd District
Oonrt ol Cedar county, to be held at Tipton,
laawtd Conntyon the 4th day of May. A. D.
1K74, a default will be entered a«ainat yon.
and Judgment rendered thereon.
WKHT EASTMAN.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Taqawtloaakly tbe beat Baitalaed
vark aft
be kind la tbe World."
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Krenltif Post.
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C"
RBODI'CE AND PROVIBIONB.
$185 :oo
Flour, at retail, per sack.
Corn meal,
Butter
Eggs
Lard
Potatoes
Beans-...
Oi-
HAl'PiCK A IIKO'I"IIKits, Y«.r
mm™
I N E O U N
Ol!.
Life Below the Surface,
IIV TIIOS. W. KVt'X.
W2 Pagrsnctavo. 130 Flnr Engr»vlng»
Relates Incidents ami Aoclilenta beyond
the It((tit of lay: Hurtling Adventure* In
all part* of the Worlil Mlneit nnd Miwleof
Working thetn nverisar)l heir nivsterlta
iKxt n In the Itephthaof the Hea Night* In
Opium It*, Life In Prison Ktorlc-h of E«.
Ile«: Journey* through Hewerg anJ I'ata
Crobs AeeidentR In Mine* I'nderworld of
fhe atr«'»t eltlo*,eto..ete. For elrenlnrs and
tens* to
agent*, xldr*** the pabllabers,
3 75
s
20
1
13 (Sfs,
05 Z 1
10
130^: 150
J. B-BURR A CO.,
HARTroRD.OONN on f'HI'Aoo, u.t,
AOKST WANTED KOU
and
U S
ICnH
1 2CK^ 1,2,5
3 25(5 3 50
•avaaiMrl Market,
E A S
OF NKW YORK.
•r MATHER HALE SMITH.
Xcarlfi Oetair, Paget Pr 'ucl,u IUuXraiet.
Yon with to know how i'ortunes ar«
nnd I.otil how .Shrewd Mm Hie
Kutneil Itnw l'Hnlc* are rented how
kh are Houijht and sold, nad till*
bmk It relates tde blogrHphle* of the ereat
leadlni *pt-c11 lator* of New York, wnlia
blutury of Wail Htreet and Its operaror* fla
ring the past I?"1 year*. For cireulam and
term*, address the publishers.
IF
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Beady for K mm
inn. free to every Agent. Iff
J. B. BURR CO.,
HARTFonn, cn.vv„or CHICAGO, ILL,
THE (rOLDEM A€E,
KllirtJ vvery week wUb Brief and tttrlkia* Xol#ee»
the Nrwa« M^ralHPet Pelltleii Arc, VekaMf
Keformf add all enrrf-nt thomes.
Frerj- wW-rlW f«-u two Heaulifu, i"hrom^«
THE FALLS OF MINNEHAHA,
A*D
The Gorget of the Yo-Semite,
TAo AH* Att*«TK»«
fuiiurm,
AGENTS WANTED
To atlTua flrir
Tun
•taj.u u aubnerib*-rs .*re »o ii:»«r*l that the work o*
obtaining *ttt*crlptl,-iH u eahy Liberal cwh pay.
»*nd forclrertlari eontainlng ftill partloatan.
Andrew TIIK OOI.DB!* AO*,
ti Par* How New Yar*
lotir to |WH»i
far®.
1Jt»«e
tf Cbaniller Ele
tlmniiwlill «'o
WuiBcOary. do
GTOU^CH 1 K'^ITFLEETIAA.
17.ee. .!.»
Al
V
Jimuph U *»», mi
I. Minuunnx, iio
M'm •, threxiiini on »o«v fni m.S.OP
John Hafcly, Trn«l«*«» Iteil iak l'|,6,00
Hoatler, TaustfP Inland t'p, ".Ort
K Browi., Clerk Hugur Creek iif!,!*) |.»!n
E LJlassett. Clei k I utsnd p. 7,00 7,»
W Alden, ct.nir* for Conrt
House, is,m M.66
A Bacley. poods for po*i
w
Dated thin £Ui diay of Dec., A.U., IKl
JOHN I). FTHEAKER.
I«W abertWof tedar County, Iowa.
OBICilXAL NOTICE.
In ths
Dtstrlrt Court
LYIUA A FLAAAIPITV I'iH
—itnat
HHItoh.
LMdM
S9*ymr,
yowroii,
/-iTSSi.«
tRntnk
May term, 1874.
fxrru
a-S-
'4 i
001
*v •'1111 dars
of Its life.—rBrooklyn Eagle.
8UBBCRIPTIOKS-1874:
P«riaaa:
lI*.Brin s lAaAZi.E, one year Hl"
|t.(M Includes prepiymeiit oft*. 8. poetacs by the
pabUshsn.
HAKPKB A BBOTIIER8, Xew TFT*.
"T Camplftf Plrfori#! Hlsterj of tka
TI»es."..-uThf best, cheapest and
mo*t «iircev*rul Faally Paper
In Ihc Vnlon.*'
Harpers' Weekly.
70
Tbe p'»tag on II*Rrtt s WritLY la
i t#
Hsu-#, 58?r *,r
Mnlfora a I^iiKley, printing for
uo.a lio.w
O W Gellor, work for poor farm, 2,00 J.®
W Cobb, Roods lor do (S.nu UM
W Macoinber. merit iiyton
township. ,W,on 21,04
MeNanara A casnl, goods to P.
r.atedC. H.. 1S0.4I MMI
Jason Nscna, Trustee tova town
ship, 5,00 r,.(»
Beiehert Bro s, wood for panpers
andstov^ *i,J6 W,|
Townsend Thomas,Trastee Iowa
tnwnahlp, *73
W VanNess, mousy advanced
to witness, 8.V
KM
A l-sthstn, eolleetlnf delin
quent taxes. aa it .38
W Bolllns. teacher's insttt ute,
10,(10 10,to
BPDantels, repairs In tmuinr-
1
er a office, 3,75 9,TI
Camll, poslncK und Imck 1
charges on booka.
Dean, Ingman & \onng, goods
to poor (arm. M.7§ 5UB
Rant wlrlck, boots for paupers, 17,35 T7|a
Hart Hherwood. witness In state
eaae. 4.S0 4,18
8 Salisbury, att'y in Hute case, 5,00 A,a
Jeeae Jamea. prlntlnaft.rcoimtv fii.gt
Etlyaon, insane claim. 11,70 11,70
Henry Hecht. Trustee Knlrfleld
township, S,00
Shearer. Jnry venire, 12,00 1J.OO
A Maynard, carrying election
eertlfleate, 6,00 6,(W
Oasts In state CUSP,Htate vs. E W
Luster, Allowed.
Ripley A clapp, repairs at jail
and bri4ge, SMo 2M&
W N eely, Trustee Red Oak t'p, 4,00
FIEi-aa-
nMTMMCS
the Pnblfic lo Know!
That ht keeps at his New rtor»,*«et
,. ot
the Court Hqoare, a ,*e
(Bt-
PULL LINE OF
cents a
year, wbi.-h «m»*t h«* p«l'l at the sobecrlber e pMl
oCXLc^i. Address
HARPER
A
"A
BROTH CHS, "Sew Yorit.
lepo*ttory of Fasklon, Ficasare
and Insirurtlon.'*
tlllCIBlE!
VERT BEST QVATJ
AINO. all aorta of
C^j
a
IL»
-W
"W
-A. -A.
Wooden ware, Notions, &r
calltd for in this market. He make* a
specialty of
Pine China & Fancy Wares
utiltable for
HOLIDAY ^PRESENTS.
Prl«e« aa Law aa the Lowem.
50tf
nam
cms it
Jtmr, ....
H.oy Jnr Jade* by Um
yaoiMiierM.
Miriarrtptiona to
HARPKBUNt
At W. H. COBB'S Cash
Store. The best Iry
Goods at prices
tch i ch f(t n on ly be
afforded in sell*
ing for cash
Millinery
a e a
specialty.
All hinds
of Millinery
and Ladies'
Fancy Goods at
very low Fiyit res.
Furs, Shawls and
Flannel Goods are
offered very low, Wa
terproof for $1,23 that
can9t be bought
else where for $1,60
Hats, Caps, Gloves, &
Mittens All Goods
strictly cash.
A. SHAW
W'TTH
A. BAGIJEY,!
Ia Mill doing baaln«M at tbe oM «ta&4, on
the
NORTH SIDE OF THE
SQ,trARE,
HaH^Tfnc to nomeron* entaam
tha ebolecat
STAPLE
V I
Groceries
Queenswartt
Glassware,
axi)
PROVISIOW#
AT
LOWEST L!V!S& BiTES
TliAnkfitl f'tr pw^l favor*, we expeel ty a
fair ami liotiora ble htmineKH course,and ly
the quality of our UOOCIK, to eontlntie to mer
it and re Ivc the patrorm«e heretofore ao
liberal^
l' »l*w
il ujhU
Batter,
E(f«, Lard,
Bacon,
lakaa la
J«n\ II. nilltr.
^'e are now prepared to do the verr Iient
UBd (il work, and would especially aoltcit
cuatom work, knowing tliut wr: mnglve*flt
lafcrtlon iiatornera ran always jfi-t their
work done on the Hhortest uotlce.
u
0/Am«(ic«»liMMi for
American HMM*.
Flour always on hand
BX
Uoi nKX Aoit. The lrilo»-
citj.
II. D. BROWIV.
Special attention lv,-n. A full line
Walnut and Itoaewood pain tod
Jomna ou hand. Prieoa reaaooable.
™#pt attention given with Hearae whw
laired. Cnpu tad -tfv
tti
tui'i*1
.jm*,,
i
t,i
A2VD
A I A E S
The BBdcralfacd bavins pur
rhaaed ike anaiaeaa ar John
Zrtller, aad prornred thr
wn lf« ©r
COHPETENT WORKMAN"
will krep oa haai,
and repair
Yfjwtorw-S Carriage#
Aartfee
ft
NKWCNT A\I BEST STVI.I:*
I am prepared to do HOB8E
SHOSIlfO, and all manner oi
BI^CK8MITHINGpromptlyand
with satisfaction.
CALL.
8.
R. KBTUAV.
-T 3Kf
IIDIr hmi
ia Tipton, bf
I
Wb«.MB KMBMMW MM
PUREST AND BEST
DRrr.s, J'AlXT-t,
MT.DII.'INKS, (ULH.
CHKMItAIA VAKM-*HE«.
PERFL'MERY, GLASS ANL^
IOILEI AKL'ICLKH^RITT K\
WHITE 1 RAD,
Hair,Tooth,Clothea. P. .tit and Vfcrnla*
Brmhm of all kind* and t,ualltlea.
Alao, a loll line of tle
BEST DYE STUFFS,
all of whuil are selected with the greateat
rare-Iustru.!tlon« will 1« given how !o ua«
tbe bye Ktufle.
AIno, all the popular
PATENT MK DICINRS
U« Uitv
Wt
ere alao ran be loond th«c«MMWUNI
PERRIEN DEAN'S.
Full Stock ut Lowest
Prices!
Staple and Fancy
Dry Goods!
Halt and Caps!
Ac.
raehange for (in
Wtl .v. n Wi,nY
11W1
SMITH'S MILLS,
FOKMERIA TIIK
WEAVER MILLS. 1
A 'L AROK LOT
I
NDERTAK1N6
OK
Gloves & Mittens
IfUG 4IIIJUI
"?a.- .*
-v.<p></p>HADE
8m88
tofPOlip
Hoailiound Tough Syrup,
the beat tue liclne In uae t* rooftix, Colde
aad limrwtioi i, te.
Kvervthlne n-mally kept in a flrat elaaa
Drug bturu will alway* te found on hand:
allof whl' vi!l l«j sold
CHEAP I OUCASH ONLY,
I»1"Y TIIOMAS RICIO
Dry Croods!
CHEAP GOODS!
M-:
READY CLOTHING
w*
of
NEW AND DESIRABLE CLOTHING*^
Sought in the Kev York and Boston markets, ta be told at
H-tf
'4
NOW IS YOUR TIME!
Having determined to abandon this branch of our business
make room for other goods, in our regular Dry Goods Department,
wenowoffei our
1
Entire Stock of Clothing at Cost*:
This Stock consists in «.** i t*
MEM'S OVERCOATS, DRESS SUITS,
BOYS* OVERCOATS, CASSIMERE SUIT$»
PANTS AWD VESTS,
And everything kept in a well regulated Clothing Stored
Come and see for yourselves. Come and examine the Goofls and
sa rr from ?,) to 30per cent, of your money by buying at fti'st cqM*
WE MEAN BUSINESS.
1I1II1 Till
iisr
FURNITURE.
M. BEACH,
lUlfiCTIUl ill IIFilBil
or AI.L KIKM or
PURNITUEE,
Haa oa hand at all tfmee a
US«andW«ll fe»el*cted Htook ol
VUSKITURE,
tnumua
Parlor,
Bed Room,
Chamber, and
COFFINS.
Particular AUeattow paid la
COFFUmt HBAMBrmiaM
If Wnntcd.
4# Order* mill Receive Prompt 41
tentUm,
•55
i
ft
3
5s
«,
Wall Paper!
GAUW&Timt
fi*
1
S "O
S
96 n
5
1-
o

V
E8tray_Stack,
/jT37l
"f
A BERRIEN OEAN,
Mfftiit.
(lilt tfiMfa
Nov
,b«
rOTOX
Kitchen Sets
South side of Court Square,
Tipton, Iowa,
nl71y
following deaerlhM^ anK
One J-yeer old black male OMf'trltontT
toare with utar In forehead. wbitedUmd
feet one yearlJeK har borae oae amall
2-year-old mare. t,.rte bar or I
Any penaa gi v Itilton
the
rtoovety
of the above
V-J'
MMfrTtrii fi
& & "*1
T», Ws
to
1
n
the Y«nl and Ofloe formerly occupied by IUiXT BitCi,
ire shall put in a
OOMrajHTTHi 8TOOE
Dry Xnmber of AIT Kinds,
iotTtiding
WINDOWS AND BUND*,,..
which will be «oll at the*
LOWEST MARKET RATES
TENIi-ITKICTLY CASH MLITRK1.
MR. PAGE HATCH will be% efaarge of the Vard, who wfll take jrfaa
a t.re in waiting upon customers. .,
1
"I
It
SMITH,
ASK FOR PYLE'S"
SALERATUS.
beht IN 1*8e. HOLD bt grocer*
BV CFCY WHERE.
Tipton dty Kills.
The Habeerlbers keep alwnjr* h4H. a
Klnt.Rete -A.rttd« of
Family Flour,
Graham Flour9 *ft
MidUngs. Bran***
Corn Meal
rZi
an(t
Chop Stuff.
OjWi uroMtMl or exehaaged at all IllBM,
—'/j—
",-y
BOOTS! SHOES!
BOOTH! RHOU»
O O S 8 O E
o'^t'^s^wss sst
•AM.WIRICK
taetlll Magtii klada of
Oiistom Work,
and alao keeping a eu-efttlly aelected atoek
ol Eastern Made Ooodaat hta
Soot & Shoe Slurps
9a Cetlar «t., oppoelte Virgin block,
WjT keeping the beet of atoek, empln#t&g
MMtUlllfal workm«B,andliarglng the
loweet piiMa.he hopea to receive aot only
eeontlaaaaee bat an lnoreaee of the Mr
patronage heretolbre heetrrwed.
Good Boots and Shoe*
may be bought
to E A
AT
m-
8 A W I S
DRUGS!
w,
M'rt'twwi »,
Ff\
.•
New 8f6ck!
ATTHB
fenrsr81
DRUG STORE
I'PTON,
iir3ji
IOWA.
Uft
Sri'lt
tn waWtfialhita
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