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T» A4*rrll««'ri».~A!l tnutwent nn.t fJ o»l Not!•"-. mid transient A(lv»rU*.Tiitni«,m»»i h« pSM ftf lu »ivunrto no-sir Insprliun. Edlior'»l Noiloi* or AdverUsenieuu In liwLyn.1 roiuruiiwHi ft« charged cent* p#r Una. jo -V Kro "7 UnUroiul Time Talkie. |r^ it% i-l 14ml »ri. b- »t Jfm,r iht 1 I(I« *n f" fHuMW**! ruilm** .' Arrivv-—* *. T.»-m*e, !.*' ».•(, A. w K M' ':FU i do v ..*» t. *f. do. f» r. I c.mins Wir*1rjh:«i|rf1i i ij.' -i 1 1 ii« ntm X«wf! »t 1 *». 1 t-ve 111 QK lr»lu« ('O? wrtttl train «•»!. rKfi. when ih^y *r%ll for th*expr«*»*'iu. ^oT Halon |VM »i!!i4-.lrrlvil nrt V BtpsiriunoTlMMlli ARfiv*!^. »*FAimm*. Ou tli* Northwestern Uattmad. *-IW.»t«'l 1\i I Mnilncl -ulur- I -Is ru. .. t, .1 ,. in 12 m. Dawkport v111. FiiUi.d, lay ini Ki M»/a M.»nd«Y HH.» Thar* '•IAC&V. I «1«y 6 O LK'FC TTL DM* oi n«#b fii1.:.vi! iKnit .* to |. 'Mm 111. 'f- Al.O\ZuiUAVV,R M. .*t WMMUAILLF 4MH il&JUHf-T: Deal '&!•111 •ease ill trade he, was, obliged ,&V»\ to make ~4 V purchase of Fall & Winter ijSoods. which he oilers o his ciistoiuers at ROCK O PRICKS! Great Barpiis in in to Dry Goofls line!! Bsst Prints 7 Cts. Other Good Prints. !»ew Styles. 5 and 6 Cts. JlHslhiS, jlh'(hr(! atiff Hrotpn: Denim*. DHCI.S, Jems, «teres, IT" teriH'Oofii, Ji/ftnh'ei'v, Sfttnrfx, I'eh ft n ft lift I moral Skirt x. Nit hi fix. .Sen r/s, LJ ffins, Mifns, (Hove". Huts ftnft ('ftps, a itie* line of /tirs, Ho./ Jackets, Empress, Al pttifts. Merinos an ft Dress Goods of alt ftintls. You can btij Hi ore CJojids now lor a than at anytime heretofore since the white man Jjrove the l'ijr andthellooster across tin ill iss- •OOj»5 rP _E§i5i!3!£S r»£Q8° As all ota ha re Blown their Horns, "slif It la a boat TIME FOR US TO BLOW! ptt' And will now A 111- •r'io'Sn TELL YOU SOMETHING WORTH KNOWING: We are not selling Goods at cost neither are we selling cheap Goods HIT vi MI aunt Better Goods FOR LESS MONEY than they can •e bfmght for el*9- 1 rI^ i O trhere. The f/reat seeret nf the BIG BUSINESS wc are doing Is that we have a Full Stock of Goods all the varieties, and that they were brought direct from the Factories at the THY LQWKT FI&VIKS For Oeisli, and are being sold at a VERY SMALL ADVANCE ON COST FOK CAST!!! All we ask is a visit to our Store, and the Goods and prices will do the business. CITY HALL BUILDING IS THE PLACE. II. I. DEAN YHX PROPRIETOR. IP yon want a GOOD BOOT or SHOE, (f you w int a GOOD RUBTtER BOOT or SHOE, go to City Hall Shoe Store. Monty saved i* monny earned there fore go in the CITY HALL SHOE 3T011E f-r Biir.ti aud SUoes. For Boot* aod Siotti that eafiaot fee beaten go to CITY HALL SHOE STORE. Men'i Buckle Arctic Over-Shoes $1.30, Mid every thing else In proportion, at CITY HALL SHOE STORE. If you don9t want to get your Boots or Shoes mended after 3 or 4 flags wear, get them at City Hall Slue Store. hqitant mmmm Millinery,Millinery 25 per cent, less than^any other place in Cedar Co COME AND SEE. WAITED.—1,000 hides, for which he highest market price will be paid IHwart's shoe store. tf -Parsons to-nightk The Sunday Sohool Convention at Olive Branch his been postponed until Saturday aud Sunday, January 15th and 1 'ith. —Winter returned Sunday, by in vitation. TRKK AND VIYK TKIMUI.NG.— Those having fruit trees or vines to trim, and who want a careful and ex jerienced hand will address Jesse Dorcas, Tip'on, Iowa. 1-4w Portland cutters,a$40 sleigh for $28, by Moffett Bros. WK blow our born no, we cbeese it. It isn't necessary. Ev er) body knows thit S'ewart sells good boots and shoes lower than any other bouse in the county. -"Grand Annual Binquet" next Monday evening. STII.I. we have in hand communi cations, arid good ones too, from dif ferent parts of the county for which we ran not find spaoe herewith. These, and any we may receive in the future^ will receive earlie'.t possi ble attention. —Wm. Parsons, the Irish omtOf, at the City Halt this evening. WK learn of great preparations %e njf made by the Fleming House people for the entertainment of the guests of the City Hall Association next Monday evening. Tliey know how to do that thing right, aed they intend to do it. —Villers, the great humorist is the next lecturer. BIBLE SO« IKTY.—The meeting of the County Bible Society Sabbath evening wr.s quite well attended, in spite of the had weather, and was very interesting. The report of the Secretary will doubtless b§ At hand before another issue. —Corsets r,ft ots reduced from 75 cts. at Hicks' Bazar. NOTK'E. Communion services, will be held at the Sugar Creek Pres byterian church on next Sabbath, lanuary, 16th. at 10i o'clock. Uev. Williams of Memphis, Iowa, is expected to preach. Preparatory services on Saturday afternoon at o'clock. A.G. MARTYN, Pastor. —2 button kid g'oves 8ft cts., re duced from $1.^5 at Hicks' Bazar. CHAMUK.—Mr. A. Shaw lias sold to Arvin Bagley tho interest heretofore held by him in the grocery business. Arvin intends to go it alone, here ftei, and will as usual, take the greatest pains to keep on hand the verv best of everything in his line at lowest living prices. -Trimmed and untrimmed bats at actual cost at Hifks' Bazar. SAVI.NO.— B. Lang has now got his new steam rendering machinery all in position and is prepare to make grease out of anything in the most complete and economical manner. If a farmer 1 ses a hog, he can now gf more for it by bringing it to Lang than in any other way. 2wi -Theentire stoik millinery at actual oot at Hicks Bsz r. THE third lecture ot the course will be delivered wttlrin two weeks by Dr. Villars, the '!iampion face maker. By facial cimnges, assisted with no iRor« ii si:iise than a cob pipe, a p" 4:i«i iw.-ivh'pi" and an old hat, 1" nil! lia* sfcs.i himself most pen ^f'y in moi.j :h n a score of Mde-Fplitting personations. See circulars and lithographs. —Kiowers, feathers, ribbons, silks and velvets at cost at Hicks' Bazar BAN^IKT.—Tiie indications are that the extensive and expensive preparations made by the City Hall Association for the eutertiinment of guests next Monday evening, will not be for nuught. This is as it should be. No similar event has ever ceived neaily so costly and elaborate provision, and every one will be pleased to see the present prospect (tf a very large and pfeasiHkt gather' ing fulty realized. —Brick, the befct quality ever made in this vicinity, constantly on hand aud lor aale by Win. Ketutfl. tf ACCIDENT.—Mr. James Ingram, of Rochester, met With a bad accident while coming from Muscatine with lumber on i4ie 18 of last month His o*n wagon having broken down he was sitting on another load and leading his lemn, when a sudden spring threw biin olF in such a way t»iat the wngon tire almost scalped him, beside terribly bruising his head aud almost cutting one ear off. He is jast begiuning to (Mad. y ALL THOSE OWING US AC COUNTS FOR 1S75 Win. PLEASE CALL AND SE1TLE THE SAME IM MEDIATELY. DEAN 4 INGMAN. SATURDAY, January 15th, 18?f, we will oftr the entire stock of goods at Hicks' Bazar at cost, in order to reduce it 10 the .lowest possible amount before invoicing and buying spring stock. —Second hand coal stove—large sue with drum, just the thing for church or school house—for sale low. Inquire at this office. tf A list of letters advertised at the Post Office, Tipton, Iowa, for the week ending January, 8th, 1876. Boyles, Goo. W., Buntf, E M.. Corey. David, Fililev, Mi*« Ag?K Hitmli l. John, Mullarty. MUs May, Koliist^iiu, I'bat. F. SpiMiu, Alfred, Meivlu StepbensoQ. AI.OSZD SHAW, P. M. BK. FIUI KS.—About one thou sand dollars is what Djan k. logman disbursed each day last Friday and Saturday for grain purchased by Sheldon. Tuesday he bought thirty five hundred bushels of barley alone, including one car-load which was shipped from Clarence here. —Teachers' contracts—an ap iroved form, either for Independent [)istricts or sub-districts, for sale at this office. tf AN item carelessly copied into this paper last week was widely at fault in stating that the first white child was born in Iowa thirty-six years ago. Why there are now living in Cedar county several natives of that, or nearly that age, and we are in formed that Mrs. Jennings, nee Star rett, was born thirty-nine years ago at the old Starrett place just over the line in Muscatine. And, of course, in «ome of the river counties the population business was com menced several years earlier. --By calling at Murraj's black smith shop you can find an excellent bob-sled for sale low for cash or to exchange lor wood. tf JOHNSON'S.—The following is ad ded to ihe o her testimonials received here by this cyclopedia. The woik is a library, and no man who loves in formation for himself or his family can place so much before them for so ittlc money as by giving his name to Capt. South worth, the agent: I have examined the lirst and sec ond volumes ot "Johnson's Cyclo e dia" and have tea ed its claims to ac curacy. I h.«ve also nnpared the work to a considerable extent with "Chambers" and ''Apple'onV and I consider Johnson's superior to eith er, and 1 unhesitatingly recommend it as a work which w.ll take the high est rank of any of its kind. E. U. POI ND. Tipton, Jan. 11th, '76. —E. Hacksteen is the la who proved himself equal to an emergen cy. When he f^und, the other even ing, the room containing his newly made bride securely locked an I the key los', he scaled the ho.ise, swung himself from the roof to the wind w ledtf« and as usual, 'Move lauglu at locksmiths," GRAIN MAUKICT.—Absolutely in spite of the terrible roads, grain Was touritii into town all last week— quantities of barl -y being brought from the vicini'yof Dur.mt, and erei. aver the line into Scott county. While speaking about grain, we are reminded of the figures for to'al shipments in the year ending Decem ber 1st, 1875, which have lain on our table for some time. They are, in bush Is: Wh^at, 03,561 bailey, 24,395 oats, 67,000 cocn, 62,830 timothy seed, 1,310. In the same hogs, 1,031 cattle and 200 sheep—which, however, do not ex actly belong to ill* oaptioii of this item. —On the founh page of this irsue we publish a couple of thoughtful li t ters upon the merciful side of the capital punishment question. While we remain fixed in the belief that leaih is the proper and really the most meroiful punishment for certain crimes, we are glad to hear from tho** entertaining a different opin 4RK1BD. Atthere?ldence Vuliny U. ulwider, C«il*r county, Iowa, Thursday, Jany, 6tb, by Kiv. K. S Bui ice, Mr. FREEMAN MAIS JASI'KK E. KISKS ~yt*) ANOTHER. Yesterday morning Justice Pritchard rec uve I a telegram from Langhatn at Avoca, which re«d: **I have him—svill be at Wilton to night." Him O.S. HICKS. in this case is one Richard F. Jeffries, who p%«sed on P. Wallace last fall an order $25 worth of clothing in favor of John Clark and signed by A. J. Neborgsll. Mr. N. declared the signature a for gery, and ever since a friendly eye has been kept out for Richard with the above result. P. S.—Laugham arrived with the prisoner yesterday afternoon. Jef fries plead guilty and was committed in default of #1,000 bail. FARMS SOLD.—Mr. T. Smith, of Creator, O^le ., Illinois, last week purchased, through R. Pritchard, Real Estate Agent, the farm of Mr. P. M. Vest, almost adj Hing th town p'at on the north-east, and als the adj i cent eighty acres belonging to E. M. Huber. Mr. Vest's tract comprises 122 acres, so that Mr. S. has now a very hands nn? farm of 20:) acres, which he obtained at the very low figure of forty-five dollars per acre— paying for it, wever, 4,oash THE INSTALLATION of officers of Manitou Lodge, I. O. O. took place in the handsome htll of the or der last Friday eve img, i:i the pres ence of a large audience. The offi cers installed were, E. S tyder, N.G P. Wallace, V. Jerome Swein hart, Sec'y G. W. Gellar, P. Sec'y H. Hammond, Treas. S. Adelsheitn, of Cedar Rapids, officiated as D.s-* trict Deputy Grand Mister. Upon very short notice. Judge W. II. Tut hill had prepared a brief address, which waa peculiarly interesting be cause it gave iu a racy nnnner and from personal roc illeci on, an account of the first meeting of the order i Tipton, when they had to "be very economical to make the members last round among the officc?," and a suc cinct sketch of the organization, lo cally, ever since. ''CURRENCY REFORM." Col. E. Daniels, of Virginia, lormerly editor of the Rich mond Journal, will speak upon the currency question to-inorrow (Friday) evening, at the urt House. Col. Daniels is in favor of such change in our nitton.il tinancitl policy as will, in bis opinion, make he paper mot ey better, soundu and more eas ly obtained by the people— being opposed to forcing specie re sumption. and Mi*» MAKT M. FCI.WIDEK. Also, at the ume time and place, by the same, i:r. UAIN and Mis« .SLATER, all MEUNDA ol Cedar county, Iowa. Jan Sth, 18T8, «t the reeideuce of Mr Isaac Stiii'iiH, tiy the Rev. J. K. Bioom, Mr MASON to MI* To EMMA BOAROUOHI all of Cedar County, Iowa. WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: I have ex amined ihe worn uulilled "I'reveuli and Cure of Diseases," by Dr. Napheya of Philadelphia, aud am satisfied that it in preeminently superior to auy work of the kind now extant, and can recom meud it to any or all persons as a sae and reliable guide io all matters which it treats. N B. COTTON, M. D. Inland, Cedar Co Iowa. We fully concur in the opinion «f Dr Cotton on regard* the abVu worn. C. L. CHAIIBBRS, M- D. O. B. UATJUBO, ML jg. poorer Now while we believe that and a id less sound, would bs tin esult to the currency of the Colo.iel's theory, instead of "better and '•soun der," as he puts it, yet wt, know him to have bestowed a great deal of hought up HI the theme an 1 to be a very ready aud forcible speaker. He invites discussion, moreover, so (hat «ny one who desires tochampio the other side will have opportunity. The putilic generally is invited to .t tend. A TIIIEK CAUGHT.—A lusty, two fisted chip, who il!e 1 the smiles »t something over *o hundred and rj joiced in the sobrique' Co., where be found and at otice recognized his ma". A sudden anil unexpected demand for 'AViiai you have got on you" brought the watch right forth, wiih the remark that man is a fool to get druuk.' A l. dido't argue this with him. He hid made ihe demand with reference to a revolver which hr. knew Jo'iu had, and which afterward proved ti have also been stolen at W's. biOa^ht Herron here, and aTer aauiMiiua fat WM agg—IU«d*o j*tL Wc «r sorry to of "Big Jack," otherwise John M. H-rron, on the 3uth ult. left Mr. Phil. Wilkinson's, where for some time he had been working, and came to town. There was nothing particularly strange II» that, nor in the further fact that he went on up to Mechmicsville that night and slept iu an empty freight car bur when a week later Mis Wilkinson found she wis minus a gold wa'oh and key worth $50, the importance of Mr. Herro I'S projeed ings and whereabouts suddenly grew atnazing'y. Of cours-1, it was only bare suspicion that attached the theft to the late departed, and when they came to town on thi 5th and put the case into Constable LtnghamV hands, it was about as unpromising as it could be. Bit Adney "struck out" with his customary vigor, and soon found that John had offered such a watch for sale at Mech. This settled the previously open question as to whether lie had taken th watch, but in no wav assisted in in dicating where he had gone. N. trace coul 1 be found at CA lar Ripids and Ad. went on to Fiirfix in Linn OFFERS Extraordinary Indncements —Ttie City Hall AsoMatiou'a par »y, next Monday evening bids fair be the largest social gathering ever held in Tipton. COUNTY MATTERS.—The report of proceedings at the late session of the Board of Supervisors, published on the first page of this paper, contains much that is of interest and import ance to the tax-payers of Cedar coun ty. The anmnl reports of the offi cers, the classification of property for taxation, bridge aud road inatteis, res ilutions aud appropriations, are all duly set fi.rht. The Poor Farm, it will be observ ed, does not "psn out" quite so well as list ve.-tr, but the stock has not been nearly so cl s ely told ff. The Clerk of Courts reports an excess of fees received iuthat offije over the sal ary of $281. The Treasurer in ikes a report different Tom any bef re is sued fiom the offije. it fchows the precise amount levied for each of the years'73, '74 and '75 in each separate fund, and nl«o the proportion of such am nint collected and uncollected iu each year—giving a more comprehen sive idea of the oouuty revenues than ould be done in almost any other way. down and no grumbling." Mr. Smith bought, of course, for a home. We are not advised as to the intentions of Messrs. Vest and Huber, but think the former at least means to tak* Greelev's advice, even if not so young as he once was. PERSONAL.—R. II. Kirk and wife have been sp MI ling pirtof this week here, prep*ratr? t» removing to ireng i, where Mr. K. goes to ac ept an interest the l-*gil business of Capt. Smith, whose duties as Dis trict Attorney necessarily keep him from horn"? the greater part of the time U iderMr. K r'i'i cire, the local business of ths n^w fir n will be ire of prompt and competent atten tion. Messrs. James and H. C. Piatt re ceived last Fridiy a telegram brinjf ng the sad news of the ath of their father, at his home iu Pennsylvania. Mr. aih 1 rs. J. B. Pint S'arted at once for Montgomery, Lycoiniug Co., •here the deceased resided. A horrid rumor has been going the rouuds concerning the supposed un timely taking off of W.dls Spicer, while prispe.:tii/ in the mimtaios, by Indians or Phdisti ics. Wo coul I not believe that any rigtr ininde 1 Lo would try to lift the scanty capil lary adornment thit time aud early piety has left to Wells, and are very glad to learo authoritively that he is alive and well—and ire, that ha has Id-en unusually fortunate in his extended stay in the mining country, n this connection we are reminded of the pho ograph of Mr. Spioer aud his five ass icia es in the recent suc cessful defence of John D. Lee, of Mountain Meadow Massacre notorie ty, shown us the other day by Mr. Shaw. It is no great compliment to siy that Wells is the smartest look ig clnp iu the party and we ven ule that saving Lee from the halter was the worst job any of them evei did. More Goods Better Quality for less Money than anywhere else iu Cellar county. Calico 5, 6 and 7 Cents. Hats, Caps and Cloves away Down! MILLINERY €LEAg Af THE BOTTOM NOW observe that This is No Buncome. Come and See. P. J. VAN SLYCK. & "Bob" Podle, the well K IOWU runner for Van P.it en & .rk-, of Davenport, s .now uudvr arir-st at thtt city for etnbi sxlement. Co-orKB.vTivB ASSOCIATION.—At ie amr.ial ineet ng of the Trus ees of he Tiptoi Co-oporative A-socia ion, held I *st Mou lay, the old officers were re-elected for another ye ir, vi?,: Henry Bri ch r, Pres. W L. Mo Cro»key, S-c'y M. Shaffer, Treasur er. The Trustees fur the year in clude the officers already nnmed and in addition one member each from ten Granges, six of which were rep resented at this meeting by Messrs.. H. W. Bailey, L. L. Sweet, Jas. Newcom, G. G. Chandler, F. M. Long, JIM. Shul z and S. Yule, the other three beiug as yet unreported. The Bind i'f Trustees elected Messrs. Bit ley, Sweet and S IUIIZ Executive Com nittee, and also chose Mr. Samuel Wainpler as tnager he Associ i i store aud business, ei'v W. A. Y u ig. The new Manager lias had long years of varied experience and is hcroughly at home iu mercantile business. The Association has cer tainlv been very foriunit^ ti secure his services, e-p -ci il y sinae liJ is al ready bearing tne arduous and re sponsible position of county Treas urer. But his roughly com petent and trustworthy Deputy, Mr. Huber, will continue to adminis ter the affdrs of that office with -u(»ervis iry assistance from his eh ef, ,vhose iin nedi ita a id p-rsouil at ention will t.e given to the dute of his new position—giving i n y in e one or two bu-y months, when ht w II be found as usual iu the Coot House. A suspicion has some way obtained that this change of magers has something of a political and patisan meaning. This certainly should not -, an 1 probably is u t. true. all concern are azr ed that Mr Young has made an honest and Uiihf.il iccord, and are, as we under stand, hoping to retxio bis services to the institution. Whether he goes or s ays, however, he will ictain the reputation of an hm orable, energetic •lid suoocsftiul busin** maa. It V i ..<p></p>Holidays! for tlx© Befl6 Bargains! Bargains! WE AI\E, THAT IS DEAN & INGMAN ABE NOW RECEIIVNG THEIR i u a s e OF NEW FALL & WINTER GOODS. Our increased trade has required large additions to our alread/ MAMMOTH Stock of Goods. In it we have Goods enough for an. Everybody Take Notice tin. at Everybody is Invited t© Call. Thankful for past favors, we now propose proving it to yon by offering the grandest BENEF1T ever known in this community, from now until AFTER we shall offer you better BARGAINS than living man ever before offered in Cedar Co, man ever oejore Offered in Veaar Cc is a fact that the price of a or sl will buy more goods now than at any time since white man crossed the MssissippL Best Prints, New Styles, Best Flints, Old Styles, 5 & 6 Cts. Rare Itargains in all .Muslius. cts. 7 brown and bleached Rare Bargains in Dress The wayfaring man need not miss the place for we are in Oitv Tipton, Iowa. Cioeds.