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The sun Mlt to-day at precise!? fire o'clock. —The iuquwitHre aaeeseor will toon be abroad on the tkad. —Dean ia atiU paying U* *°P of the market for poultry. -Deep well pump*, warranted to give satisfaction,at Reichert & Cobb s. —First otass shot guns, at Reichert ft Cobb's. —Ju»t arrived at Van s 500 yards lonadale muslim, at 12 cU. per yard. —The thermometer has forgotten how to rite. —One Tipton inn has disbursed $75,000 for stock during the present season. —Barney Lang is laying in his ioe supply now, and is getting a nice ar ticle, too. —We learn that there is to be a Burns' Festival at Houghton's rooms, in Stan wood, on the 25th inst. —Business in Tipton, judging from *he number of people seen daily on the streets, continues good. —New lot those 8 ceut prints jut arrived, at Dean, logman ft Young's. —Have you seen the Lightning Egg Beater. A new thing, at Reich ert ft Cobb's. —Very low prices in millinery goods for the neat twelve days, at Van's. —Caead ft Gil more are fast selling off that late stock of new goods. Call soon. —During the long cold snap most evr thing has bad a downward ten dency, including the thermometers and the price of hogs. —The Musical Conveotiaujnnder •the superior coadaet of Prof, Paluser, convenes in the City Hall next Tues day. —The Grange factory in Musea tine will hue all its machinery in place and ready for operation in about three weeks. —Quite a number of aMsieiaue from abroad have siguiied their in tention to be in attendance at the utical Convention to be held nest vweek. —Remember the prices of drv goods, at Perrieu Dean's (mammoth store of bit own). —Keep it in mind that Mints are only 8 cents, at Dean, lngmaa ft Young'a, and a full line of (he be*t atyles kept on hand. —J. W. Dobbin ft Co.. is a four iiahiog banking firm at State Center, im which O. J. Wbitson, one of Tip ton's Iwji, constitutes the "Co." —A tetof fe«inants in dress goods will be closed out at Jower than cost, at Van's. —The boys who are in the feab&of oetching rides on passing sleds and sleighs, better look a little out It imay be fuu but it is dangerous fun. Tueeday and Thursday ol each week is the day for repairing tinware at Reichert A Cobb's. 3wtf —The full moon and the "beautiful •dot" joined forces this week to BHk« sach evening an invitation to tiie young people to come out and enjoy themselves. It is needless to asy that the invitation has been ac cepted. HOCSB a WD Lorn »o* —Best heavy brown muslin at 9, 10,11 and 13 ct«., at Van's. RKAD the advertisement of Flem ing ft Van Ness, who succeed Alden in the Furniture business. They will be found at the old stand, and are now ready with large assortment of new goods to supply all demands as per advertisement referred to. —Read Perrien meat. AT Dean's advertise- the auction store, opposite City Hotel, they have just received a fresh line of staple goods, and also four thousand dollars worth of clothing.— Auction sale every afternoon. Re member that Friday is ladies' day— no gentleman unaccompanied by la dies being admitted. —Great sacrifice in all kinds of dress goods for the next twelve days at Yan'a. Tim work of taking subscriptions for Andreas' great stlas of Iowa goes bravely oa in Cedar County aod the preparations for the early publi cation of this wonderful work are al so being pushed forward by the com pany in Chicago having it ia charge. It will be the moat complete work of the kind ever issued,and will deserve the almost universal patronage whioh it is receiving. •—Waterproofs at 80 eta, 91,1J5, l.fe, IMm* VssV Bvaritfuag Ming lo tqwntfr £•*, at Dno, Young's. THE P. M. —$fow it w aMgfciaf• —Musical ONVwtin »e*t weak- —Bert prints 8 Mlt beat 7 eta., at Van's. —Grand concert at the City Hall next week, Friday evening. —The reduction ulr at Dean, log maa Young's (till going forward. —Midwinter hat b«*eti reached and psssed. and eon NO Iagnaa Musical Convention at Prairie Center, this ceunty, transpired last week according to notice and was, we are informed, a pleasact and sue easeful oooasioa in spite of the rather severe weather. Since writing the above we have for the first time lesrned of the mis take made by the ADVKRTISKB week ia sayiag Saturday for Friday when alluding to the concert with whioh the ooovention wss to close. It was rather an obscure item, but if a single individual was misled by it we are profoundly sorry. Thk annual meeting of the Red Oak Cemetary Associstion will take place at the Presbyterian Church, on Monday, February 1st, 1875, at 10 o'clock a. m. The presence of all in terested is desired. AT S at Perrien —Best print* 8 Deu'i ooovention dKstock lien,held in Vinton last week—of wiuah Lieut eoant Governor Joseph Dyssrt was President—it was determined to or ganise an Iowa Stock Breeders Asso ciation. A meeting for that purpose will be held at Cedar Rapids next June. Ix D. Green's brick building, nesr Iy opposite the City Hotel, is the place where that large stock of dry goods of all kinds, clothing,boots and shoes, are being closed out for what aver they will bring. They muat be sold, snd buyers will get them st al most their own figures. —Gents' boys' hats and caps below cost, st Van's. TUB Burlington Hamkeye of week ago last Saturday, attempted the following pretty speech: 'Half the women iu Burlington are in tears this morning, and the other half will be aa soon as you ask them if the cold weather affected their planta." But the fiendish type-setter left an I out of one word »nd now the local editor mourns the wM of most of his hair, and all his lady friends. —Only twelve days left for you to buy goods at cost, at Van's. THE Mr. McNsughten, of whose recent decease at Wilton mention was made last week, was one of the ly rejidenta of this oounty. He was, we think, married while living in Cedar^ad was in business at Roch ester more than a score of years ago. He was a man who won the esteem of all who knew him,and Wilton feels his desth to be a sad lost) to the com munity at large, as Vtl Ml to the nearer friends. —Gents' and boy's buck gloves and mittens, at cost, at Van's. New BOOK.—By DKAK Sau.—Two lots with comfortable dwelling, situ ated in the most pleasant part of Tipton—corner west of north school house—for sale on very favorable towns. Inquire of C. H. Milihouse. tf referenee to an advertisement herewith, entitled "Men Wanted," it will be seen that the well and favorably known legal writer, Theo. Psrsona, LL. D., Underwear, underwear! largest Stock and lowest prices, at Van's. The New York Newspaper An kls.—An generate newspaper man says: "Looking over an old ledger, we see a long array of names of former subscribers who arc indebted to us Some of them hare moved away and are lost to sight, although to memory dear. Othera are carrying the contri bution boxea in our most respectable churches, and others, again have died and are angela in Heaven, but they owe us just the same." last Whereupon the Independent letin says: Court commencing February 12th 1875. Jurv drawn January 13th, and summoned to appear on the 17th day of February 1875, at one o' clock p. m.: ..... Dayton, J. B. Mitchell. T. B. Mill er, Fred Hecht Fairfield, J. l\ Coe, R. L. Moore Springfield, H. U North rop, Jacob lieiger, E. S. Rice Massil lon, M. D. Gates, Allen Brink Cen ter, Beaj. Weaver, J. B. Whan, James Hannah, John II. Bolton, Em anttel Snyder Pioneer, R. Tripp Gower, O. C. l'ennock Iowa, A. K. Kimberly Springdale, S. G. Cham berlin, Sam'l S. Gause farmington, Oliver Boynton, R. E. Stevenson Rochester, J. D. Ridoour Red Oik, Aaron Wiener. GRAND Ji RV A. D. haa published a work entitled "The Poli tic*!, Personal and Property Rights of Citizens of the United States."— When such ability, care and legal lore are brought to the teak indicated by the caption of this work, we may well suppose that the reeult will be lething worth the owning and reading of every man who cares to extend his information upon these subjects. —Everybody should take advan tage of the low prices at Van's. THI happy recipients of gushing little epistles from fair friends should take better care of them. Here is a bona fide copy of such an one, which was, the other day, picked up on the street, names only being suppressed: Sia I now endeavor to write you a few lines to let you no where I am stoping. I heard there waa to be a danoe at ——'s. I would like to go to it. If you oome after me I will go. I will go with you eny place to-morrow night. You will find we where I told you you would. You can spark me eny time you want to. I will send this with I think your a good sweet ———. From, etc^ ——. -They are selling goods ten per cent cheaper at Van s than they are at the auction store. THK "Third Annual Grand Ban quet of the City Hall Association" transpired at the City Hall last Fri day evening. We believe it is con ceded to have been one of the most pleasant and recherche Mitmk'alCONVENTION.—The WOOIbmt, social gather ings ever met ia Tipton. The snpper served at half paat ten o'clock, by Shireliff, of the City Hotel, was a cu linsry triumph. The music,by Wood is, Fooie and their ooadjutors, was unexceptionable. Some sixty odd couples—including a half score from Clarence, and half aa many from Me chanicsville—responded to the invi tation to be present, and time flew with the flying feet 'till the small hours were growing larger. From this effort, we think these annual so cial gatherings may take rsnk among the successes, snd that they will from year to year be anticipated with a growing pleasure. THK A/dine World says there has been a very mild winter so far in the Western Statea and Territories. W e wish we had that man out here in the streets with nothing on him but his iuieu duster. And his tr-ers, of oourss. Bul "It's 'amaxin' oonsolin, when we reflect what a host of angels the country press is training for glory.— We are sure that some of our sub scribers may feel the wings sprout fog." If any of our subscribers have *ynptoms of coming wings it might be well for them to investigate this matter before calling in the fami!y doctor. PXDIT JURY for Cedar Circuit Enoch Auiea, James Smith, Dennis Waited. CENSVS OF 1875.—Among the re cent changes in our State laws was material alteration in the provisioua regarding the taking of State census. Under former laws a census was tak en every two years but the new one provides for a census in 1875, and every ten years thereafter. So that instead of a new enumeration every other year, the figures on population, etc., once returned must now form the basis for all calculations and appor tionments for an entire decade. The necoMHiy fur a full and careful return is therefore very apparent. Not only because their figures must stand un changed so long, but also in view of the moral effect which a good show ing will have, and the natural pride and interest that every citizen feels the matter, should the assessors take care to included in the count ev ery man, woman and child, in the county,and to patiently and thorough ly perform the whole important duty signed them. Speaking of the1 census require ments of the new law, as a whole, re minds us of the magnitude and mul tiplicity of those same requirements. We think it doubtful if as many or as full atatiaiics were ever provided for anywhere. The census blanks for the use of assessors hare been received by Auditor Carroll, and some idea will be gained of the complexity and diversity of the information required when we say that they contain aside from tables for statistics of manufacturing, mining, and educa tional interests. Here is work for our assessors, who will undoubt edly lay hold of it with the determin ation to be strictly accurate in every particular,and thus rank "Old Cedar'' just where she belongs. An able critic writes: "Acsrefill read ingot the introductory chapters of Dr. Holland's new serial iotk uiBSKii's much talked of sad long expected Musical Convention will begin next Tuesday morning, at ten o'clock, in the City Hall. In addition to the eminent services of Prof. Palmer, the Con ductor, a number of fine musicians from Vinton, Mechauicsvill?, Clar ence, De Witt* Wilton, and other pIsaac, sre expected to be present. A very pies sent and profitable session is confidently anticipated and it is morally certain that the concert with which it will close en Fridsy eve ning, Jan. $9 it, will be the best and ist enjoyable of a long aeriea each of whioh from year to year has mark ed improvement. A hundred or so trained voioes make a chorus that is simply grsod ami when music of this character ia interspersed with setae, duets, quartettes, fte.—humor ees, pathetic or sublime—you have a efweert worth attending. NICHOLAS, TUB for Kebnary is as snperb as usual. It is an art journal of the very highest order. The reading rastter is aUo excellent. Never a heavy arti cle appears in it. There is an exquis Iteness in the literature which comports well with the artistic beaatv of the pub lication. The Atdime ia sold by sub. scription only. Published in New York hy the Aldinr unre Company. The Chicago agent ia Qeorge Drant.St, 49 Clark street. THE number of LitteH'a Lmxe FROn drawn January 13th, 1875, and summoned to appear at District Court, at one o'clock p. in., May 3d, 1875: Red Oak,S. S. Rowser Springfield, J. B. Garner. Pioneer, Thos. Andre Fairfield, Frsnk L. Sheldon: Center, W. L. McCroskey, C. W.Carl, S. W Young, Joseph Fritz Gower, Beuj. Ellyson Iowa, D. W. Gilford Farm ington, True Prescott Springdale, R. B. Smith Linn, Morgan Count/ Sugar Creek, A. B. Dot son Massil Ion, Chas. Benson. The Petit Jury for District Court, drawn at the same time and summon to appear on the 4th day of May, is as follows: Christian Mover, Henry Geesaman, D. J. Thome, Isiah Mor rison, Wm. Dallas, P. W. Neiman, H. Hammond, Jas. Crosier, Danl Whit ney, R. T. Anderson, A. Leamsn, J. H. Smith, Jacob A. Warner, Wm. S. Smith, Henry Crees, Peter Hille brandt, Jr., Jos. Lee, John McKinley, Henry Sherwood,Henry Miller, Mich ael SPRIXGDAMB. We have been recently blessed with four lectures, thres by Leo Miller, ani'. one by a lull blooded Indian. The former gave a strong argument in favor of female sufirage. lie described some of the un told misery, expanse and suffering caused by intempcrence «io., and said the mor al influence which women can uttablUh to back proper legislative prohibition lsws is the only human power that can banish intemperance from our land. lie ssks that they may not be compelled to "make brick without straw." Two cop ies ot his works arc placed ia the Spring dale Library. A sermon was delivered In the Spring dale school house on last Saturday after noon, l.y Bro. Mc. ot Oasis. Bro. Decker, of Bethel, will preach at the same place on next Sabbath evening. The Methodists and Baptists are eat^i trying to raise funds to build churcke* in Springdale. Would it not be a good time for the Friends to make their meet ing house more comfortable? Our school is iu a very prosperous conditiou. The Board have made some needed improvements about the build ing and turniture. On account of the severity of the weather but few members attended the annual meeting of tbe Springdale Fire Insurance Company. The meeting was adjourned to be held at 10 o'clock A. M. on January 30th, 1875. Tbe president ot the Bible Society for Iowa township and the east one-half of Springdale township, has called a meet In* lo be held in Springdale school house at 1:30 p. M. on the 16th Inst. All Interested are invited to attend. I). H. Morrison, Einor Hood snd Ira Spencer, were appointed to attend the State Daryman's Convention, to be held st Oskaloosa this week. We want to hear from that convention through the ADVERTISER. Senie Spencer, from Washington, is now iu Sprinzdalo. Ira L. Spencer has returned from his visit to the Capital. lion. J. C. Chambers will soon take a position in the West Branch Bank as cashier. His family will reuuin for the present on his farm near Springdale. 1st Month lllh, 1S75. FROHI l.\L4XD. Either our chirojjraphy is illegible or some one didn't put oa his specs. In our last communication two mistakes were made: He v. Mr. Hogers not Boyer, snd Miss Ingman teaches at Willow Shade not Willow bhoale. A singular incident came to our knowl edge recently. The tenth of last Sep temlter Mr. Geo. Willy's son Ed. took a load of wbpat to Tti«r Hook and sold it. putting tfi money in his pocket book snd the pocket book into his pocket. He went into the field to plow after re turning home, and that evening missed his pocket book nothing was seen of it until a few days ago as Mr. Geo. Willy was walking through the tield he saw something protruding through the siiow where the cattle had passed perhaps every day this winter, and lo it was the missing wallet, the money all safe. He was not looking for it of courso for no one suspected it was lost, much more lost there. H. L. January 14th, 1875. FROM CLAREKCB, We were suprised last Saturday to meet our friend Jesse James on the street. "Wills" took his old position as chor ister, at the Presbyterian Church, last Sabbath. Dr. Piper is a stirring gentlemsA. Charlie Gilbert came to town Just In time' to vote for all depends on whether he does or not. one hundred and fifty gep'irate headings, Amonc the "happy tamily" men of opr city, are Messrs. J. A. Smith, L. M. Johnson, and Henry Wilkcrson We wnh them much joy,and may they train up their children in the way they should go. We think it best not to state the weight of each, then there wiil be no quarreling at all events they will all find them heavy enough when they take their first lessens in walkinir the floor these trosty nights. MON THIA, gives good promise of what the story is to be, and the opening is more brilliant than any of Dr. Holland's pre vioas novels, in the quaintness ot the characters and the delicate outline ot the plot the dialogue is particularly striking" The story of the "Young Surveyor," by J. T. Trowbridge, just begun in A meeting was held at the residence of Mrs. James, last Monday evening, for tbe benefit of the Kansas sufferers. Sev eral good steps were taken In the work. The Clarence correspondent had a very severe attack of fever, which is tile cause of his weak mind, he will, howev er, have his brains repaired by another ST. is a capital story for boys. It gives a true picture of lite on the Prairies of the West the surveyine is so mixed up with hunting, and other adven tures, that the boys hardly know where the instruction leaves etf and the fun begins. American Newspaper Dkectory is an epitome of newspaper history. It is also regarded as an official register of circulationa. This feature, requires the closest scrutiny to prevent it from lead log to abuses. The plan, adopted by the publishers of the Directory, to sscuie correct and trustworthy reports, is rigid In its requirements and adhered to with impartiality. Successful publisher*, who have something to gain by a compari son, are generally prompt, not only to •end reports in confoimlty but give Messrs. George P. Howell A Co. such information as enables them to weed out unsubstantiated statements of preten ders in journalism. The popularity of the book, aud tho gcnoral confidence in Its accuraey and good faith are attested by the immense body of advertisements FRO* FREJIOVT. A brief report of Maple Groye schx I, in this township, for the month enalsg January 15th, 1875: Whole number eS rolled, 30 number of days lost,23 num ber of miuutes lost by tardiness, lf$ Text books used—McGuffey's reader and speller, Ray's aiithmetic, Clark's gram mar, aud Cornell's geography. GEO. BAULKY, 4'O-OPEMATIVE Special Mrcttng of the TnM A special meeting of the Board of Trustees will be held over the store room on Monday, January ioth. As business of importance will come be fore the meeting, a full atteudft|gf Js desired. HKVRY BRITOIF.r, W. L. Mi Pres. CROSKKY, Aob bearing date January 2d, begins a new volume—the one hundred and twenty fourth With the increased circulation and enlarged facilities resulting from the recentNbjorptioa of "Every Satur day"!))' the Living Age, the latter eaters upon the new year with fresh vigor and unnsally bright prospect* and its pub Ushers will doubtless make it in future even mare valuable thau ever before to iU numerous readers. The indispensa ble productions of the foremost writers of Europe, aud especially, of Great Britain, in fiction, science, politics, art, biography, theology, aud general litera ture, arc given iu the "Living Age"with a completeness and cheapness—consider ing the amount of reading furnished— else where unequalled in fact they are otherwise hardly accessible, n there entirety, to American readers—Littell & Gay, Boston, publishers. Sec'y. Corrected the custom to A Wreni Custom Ft is quite geneaally take strong liver stimulants tor the cure of liver complaint, and both the mineral and vegetable kingdoms have been «3i«" gently searcncd to procure the mast drastic and poisonous purgatives, in or der to produce a powerful effect upon tho liver, aud .arouse the lagging and en feebled organ. This system of treatment Is on the same principle as that ot giv ing a week and debilitated man large portions of brandy to enable him to do a certain amouut of work. When the stiinulaut is withheld,the organ, like the system, gradually relapses into a more torpid or sluggish and weakened condi tion thau before. What then is wanted? Medicine*, which, while they cause the bile to ilow freely from the liver, as that organ is toned into action, will not over work and thus debilitate it, but will, when their u*eis discontinued, leave the liver strengthened snd healthy. Such remedies are found in Dr. Pierce's Gold en Medical Discovery snd Purgative Pellets.. A Cl'RK OF LIVER DISEASE. Hi 8K, Dr. H. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.: Dear Mr—My wife last year at this time was confined to her bed with chronic liver disease, 1 had one of the beat doctors to t«e her, and he gave her up to die, when I came upon some of your medi cine I bought one bottle and commenc ed giving it. Shen then weighed 82 lbs. now she weighs 140 lbs., and is robust and hearty. She has taken eight bottles in all, so you see I am an advocatc for your medic-laes. Dr. It. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.: Sir— I have now taken lour bottles of your Golden Medical Discovery in connection with your Pellets, and must say that nothing I have ever taken for my liver has done me aa much good I feel like a new man. Thanks to your wonderful medicine W. F. Coov, (Buffalo Bill.! »1ED. At Centerdale, on the of January 7th, at the residence of her father, Joseph Ball, of Dropsy, Lizzie B. Ball, in the 4lst year of her age. Her sweet spirit fled in peace. Read the advertisement of Dr. Me Aflee the oelehratfd specialist, in this paper, who offers to pay one hundred dollars forfait for any case he under takes aud does uot cure. 3m31 THE GREAT AMERICA* OjjkcmF' TipN KRMKIJY.—Dr. TO MARRIAGE. Happy relief for young men from the etlects of errors and abuses in ear ly life. Manhood restored, impedi ments to marriage removed. New metftod of treatment. New and re markable remedies. Books aud circu lars sent free, in sealed enveloped Address, Howard Association, No. 2, rtoutli Ninth Ht I'liiladelphia, Pa.— an Institution having a high re put a tion for honorable conduct and pro feesional skill. 46yl Nvaa N3IUH3d •wnjv v J.ntt/ piq 9 8 1 1 0 1 1 o u i n U ot ton out) iJyfl "53 sf e/a 3 .. u. rS Pbid. Teacher. Patrous of Husbandry. Tllo annual meeting of tbe County Council Patrons of Husbaudry of Cedsi County, will be held in Tioton, on Tuesday the second day of February 1875. at 10 o'clock A. At this inert ing the officers for the ensuing year will be elected and such oilier business trans acted as may come before the Council Each Grange is entitled to two delegates A full attendance is dusirsd. For place of meeting isquire at the Co operative store, JKSSK PIGUOT, Presideet.1 1 .1w« JS hs wW SA8t 1 W (O CO a WM. MEAZKL. FROM THE XOTJSD SCOTT,"liCKKAI.O BILL." Holland House, Ttockford, 111., April 20th, 1874. Jo3 JrsWflfc a -a -B c$ SfcCElu CD Texas, May 10, 187!!. &0=-2U§p tn f=S o Won. Hail'a Ba- sam for the lungs,cures the worst cases of rough*, colds and all the diseases of the lungs, throat ana chest. For whooping cough and croup it is a cer tain specific. The most obstinate cases surely yield to Hall's Balsam, when used pcrseveriugty. .Stands al tlie head of all cough preparations. 8oid every where. John F. llenry, Curran A Co.. proprietors, S «Jfc 9College Place N. Y. 1 oerrtcLKi 3^0 §Z fcoo w ooa BOOTS! SHOES! liOOTfc! SHOES! BOOTS SHOES Ol.D o ANI NK.W CUHTtlMKKH and the publ .' generti!!}- art Informed thm i siSA M. WIRIGK UstHldolngall kinds of Custom ~\A7" oris., and alsokftping a rarnftilly selected stock oi KuHlsru Made doodsat kit Boot & Shoe Shop, on Cedar St..opposite Virgin Rlock. By keeping the best of stock, employing the moHtsklilful workman,anil.charglug the UWtJki piilTh, ilttiiupm i-U IW'«i uul tJU4 aooutlriuuiu-e but atu mcitusu uf the fair patronage heretofore bestowed. Good Boots and Shoes MAY BE JIOUUHT AT 8 A WIRICK'6- 3E0- A. PRINCE & CO. Organs and Molodeons. Th« ol-U-xt, largt'M aivl j»#»rfprf manu factory iu the I'nited 54,000 low In ii *«. No otliAr lotiKiclsl Inalrnmcut •vf ohtHiucil tti«? *ain»• popularity, gortl ft* priaaUsts. jMHtMM 4M BUFF A I/O, N. Y. Vtli&MTffTl Wa milt sH» eaargettc fVMlV I CU. Men tout Women Business that Will Pay from S4 to$s nerilny, can be ion-sued in your own licit!tiborhoiwl «n i 1* iitrictly honora ble. Hartu-ulari Fiir, nntiniles -i. Qsurivrnu wt Stoves, Stones, 1 And §i|wr 8 I.1U& rf -a roDQ O »_ 9 ff •H Q3 5*2' I 4 i a +3 IV. CO CO *1-4 w sa s'sO" RSvlAf E A worth sev eral dollar* that will cmtbla you u K to work oiipo, will be stnl on receipt of fifty cents. Address .T. LATHAM A CO., IS 'Wi Washington St., Boston, Mass. CARRIAGES, BUGGIES AND FARM WAGON» Having procured the services of n SUPERIOR WORKMAN In carriage and light work, I sun now prepared to aiaaa* facturc and will keep on kand BUGG S, CARRAIGES, SPRING WAGONS Antf FARM WAGONS, Kade in tho Best and Latest Styles. •pedal attention given to the repairs of the same. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Call and we ate at my new shop, west or the City Drug Store. ••W m* NEI Mi§#. -One dottr ftortlt SF»gs »«*i .jt'iJ liilfcy, 1 Your ?*.«! •». grtttsttteekta Real and Solid Comfort, By iavcallbx it in one of oar uht ma nan Th« attention of Close Buy«rs it invited to the Cheap Stoves: mrrv TO A *D T*eCf The most popular exclusively Wood Stove in the market, is Mu Hard Cottl tiase Su rnerw we Iuwoe the Light House, Diamond, Radietit Home, Brilliant, AND WILL BE SOLD -A.T w wm For Hard Co«l. loft Goal or We^L XaLJal ^AjvLaiiWi the moat porfeet Mot* ever Mifk The ACORXT COOEL and Complete Stock of Wood Coal Heating Stove*, "Wo also iSLeejp tlio,., Celebrated Moline Wtfgttkkg. HARDWARE, CUTLERY, *G i MCNAMABA & CAS AD. »#q I) (St W $ Ca^i&Oilman HAVE JUST RECEIVES' or READY MADE iwct cm mm' ALL. GOODS W A A N E AS BXPRX8KHTXB. Jiurlh of Court Mure, 9* Tipton, lsws. LUMBER TUB us: tdtja ib Ythl and Office former] oocupied by vre shsll put in a COMPLETE STOCK opr Dry Lumber of All Kinda, including v, DOORS, W1WDOWS AMD BtmOS, which will be sold at the XiO*WE33T MARKET RATBB TERflfc-iTRICTLY CASH OM DELITEIY, MR. 1. PAGE HATCH will be te charge of tbe Tardy who will take ||pt sure in waiting upon customers AT It 18 tf 1 *T 'WW! errand Union. m* ft ft.- flfftjjft s ft' Direct from the Mauufacturert, 8 0 A COMPLETE STOCK i 'V 7/ ,»* dLOTHINGTT »,» tUUlLj *»1ECE GOODS, 4-..» q-m imwd UKNT8 _yuBHismr« «oom, IRDWM, VAL18E8, AcC.'" OUR GOODS ARK AI.I, ^Bought for Net Cash, n 9 V, i tuft A H1 Haiii Haib% D. JOYOX. Itsam Qaag Mill*. Lyoaa. Urn* O. W JESCOTT, "Our Corner,' has just opened and la dfftrlng ftr sale an entirely NEW& FRESH STOCKS OF m4t faints, Oil ft dnd Varnishem, m9 fcST OINJ ME. JO .n.i »-*i 1 ATE THE Now Grocery Store OK SCOTT A VEST, SUCCESSORS TO HOLT8LAHDBB|ft IV1I1VOM, will be roaisd a ftall Itao af CHOICE GROCERIRS, GLASSWMI, Queensware and all other artMe& kept in a First Class Grocery JTe Bottom Prices for C««fc. Come and Seem Kgrth-ef&wt House, TtybHL •iff ie4i€i»«8, Toilet and Fancy ArHcl**, Physicians' Prescriptions carefully Prepared at all hours of Day or Night. -ii ti iid Ui f'