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I the Iowa Mil*
[mr la the famd is worth tto In
Tt»rv uotliue*or idleaaH, even
tot inter, oa a .ami.
Th» temperature of milk just from
H* odder U about 98 degree*.
t-r ».t better be a slave it .a lit*
amp ihan to iivr a life in debt.
JNn fanner ever saco«Kled unleas
&•) t' i:v.^ at the right time and
Ifcot way.
Young apple tm »*W »W»
flferong dwtioa of tohw® ke*j
«fTthe rabbit*.
The Centennial ExihWtkm «wsl tt»
i|tiien» of Iowa more than tt dMHtoK
«f Pensvlvania.
A man that f«d« lii» rtwk In mod
Ignee deep, will peoerallv find himsel:
liaae deep in deit.
One of the now* serious blunden
-^'•kade by farmers, I*to mid to snether
^#tate for fruit tree*.
The moot popular literature just at
time are mortgatrv* to persons one
not owe, to keep from paying
ttwwe one does owe.
In hiring farm hand* always take
fee best, even if it does coat more per
Month. Always rive worth a pre
mium.
Now the farm work ia over, make
feed tnmghs. manage**, meka. tc., for
fee stock. If food Is ehaap, economise
if feeding carefully.
•When we «ee a farmer with a small
Memorandum look ani pencil. noting
4a«rn important matters, we are *at»s
ftcd he will be a «u.ve*».
More head work i* needed oa tbe
tent. I-*y ««t the w^rk for winter,
awl let be amuething whiefa will
ad«t to mnfott or prosperity of
the family.
Tbe pne* of fwa Is looking up a
•tile ail over the Mate. When so
efceap lanpe quantithw will be used,
and the atoek tti hand will be far
exhau«t*-l !y next spring.
We forsjot to tell our e*rele» man to
let the liens n-o-l on the wa#r«vn*.
plow-. reaper?, rakes and sled*, as in
that way the hen guano will be taken
to the fields next spriug on tho*e im
plement*.
The Mt. Pleai«ant
Fret Prrt*
If tbe National Grange had given a
ktnd and sensible reason- for its dons
tions to the Iowa ^tate range. a th«
Patron't
H'']h~ does for the act. theiv
would have been more truth, and tt
would have been less grating to sensi
tive feeling*.
%Ve fare not whether it be a c«»
t»rn or a straw ahe*i. the neat new* &n<i
eotnfort of the apartment will proclaim
the spirit of tbe msn. And •*0 with a
woman. If sh« be a neat housekeeper,
it can be seea in a log cabin as well a*
ta a palate.
Let every farmer now balance uf
his account* for the year, and have at'
honest settlement with himself. If ht
hi* .pent moiv- than hi* income, turn
over a new leaf
far
tbe coming year.
Bankruptcy is certain if the expenses
«Ked the income.
The Grundy County
Allot
informs
•i that Henry Lighter, of Melrose 1
township. Lu*ksd and cribbed oO
busbt i- of corn in just five hour*, the
corn being weighed, and giving 7* lbs.
to lite bushel. I'ntii further report
Otundy county 1* ahead.
Grundy county ha.» a competing
cattle king with Geo. Wells, in the
person of ». W. Warner. He is buy
ing, says the
Atlas,
bushels of
corn to feed to stock. And he has just
purchased of Lyman Cole, of that
county, ninety nogs, averaging 347
pounds. Mr. Warner i«* feeding 700
steers this winter.
A fanner who enjoys and proiiaMy
dtoierves the credit of making more
money at the business than almost any
other one on the town where he live*,
•aid to us the other day that he believ
ed two loads of inHtiiiro ploughed or
iuirrowed in in the fall is worth a»
mut'li a- three load- ploughed in in
Ult -priug.
fronts of those who have been dis
anlssel from our Iowa Htate Agricul
tural College for inconi|ietency or ras
cality are writing St. Louis and
other papers slanderitie the college and
all the men connected with it. And
•oine respectable »*astern papers are
(••echoing the»e slander*.
If you want an abundance of fresh
•ggs this winter, the hens must havf
warm house, plenty of straw, a vari
ety of food, some of which should be
trann conked meal with some vegeta
bles, a pile of sand and a pile of ashes
to which they can have access.
Prof. I. Long Cas«ell*. of Cleveland.
Oliio, in a long and able article on
ftauigi or smut in wheat, knocks many
old notions, thus: But it may be re
membered that smut, in no instance
originates from the seed wheat, nor
from the soil, but always from the
•mut spores floating in the atmosphere,
ready to fasten tinm-elvcs whenever
they meet with their
nidi.
Iowa being new it lias yet but few
of the attainable rural comfort". The
Henry county
Free Pr*$*
records one:
J. M. Holland has one of the finest
artificial lakes in Henry county. It
covers about an acre of ground, i
twenty feet deep, fed by two never
filling springs, and supplied with
abundance of pEeh. cat. and sua fish,
jyad. others of the finny tribe.
The Waterloo
Statr It'porter
save
A husking match took place near
Shelby Station the other day. l»-tw»-en
George Finley and Clarence Whistler
for I3 a side, the stake to be given to
the man who should husk and crib the
greatest number of bushels in one day
The content was spirited, and each
man did his best, resulting as follows:
George Finley, 1(V bushels, and Clar
enco Whistler leu bushels.
A writer says that one Dr. Chamber
lain. living in or near Chicago, con
ducted a series of experiments to very
•atisfactory results. He found by
soaking seed corn in a mixture of cop
peras hydrochloride of lime dissolved
in water, until the corn sprouted, and
then planting in well prepared ground
that his crop came forward with mi
raculous vigor, and ripened two weeks
earlier than corn front *«*1 taken
directly from the %•«.
The Peven|«rt
Ihmmarmi
i it forms
the world that Mr. Eli Klliott. of Wm
Liberty, i* owner of the magnificent
Short Horn bull. Baron French, ex
hibited at the f*wtt county fair, and
which received the first premiums,
and which was, as our stock men
know, ukea to the Centennial. Mr.
Klliott has also received the lint
broaae medal from the Centennial
The Baron is valued at $10,000.
Tr' S
riOH DCB1M1.
There Is not much of interest tnm*
spiring in our town, yet occasionally
there Is an occurrence that might at
tract the attention of the outside
world.
The Nesbitt House has recently
changed hands, Mr. Robt. Riddle,
from Pennsylvania, havinc rente«i
property. Mr. R. understands
art of l.otel keeping, and altvadj"
the house in go.sl nitining order.
There are no other changes to note
in a business way except the general
dullness that prevails, as compared
with former years.
A "cries of evening religious meet
ings are being held at the Congrega
tional church. Rev. Mr. Douglas,
officiating. The Rev. Mr. tiarnson
has charge of the Christian church
here.
Prppar»ti*»ns for Chriatmas are go
ing on at the different ehun hes. The
Christma* Tree services for the Sun
day rv hW
of
the Kptsrapai church
will be held oa Sunday evening
the church.
The public schools mre in good con
dition—so are both teachers, and
IOWA ITEM.
Sixty-six buildings were erected in
Keokuk the past «*eson at a (Wt of
The tta- her of one of the fublie
«cL«U of Waterloo, has bees fined
O) for drunkenne*. but is Mill co«
sin jed in his |eda«)gical duties.
•tininr into executive «e«ssion" Is
what they rail it at Dallas Center
when a man hies up an alley and in
to a oKiJ "he! to take a drink.
A Marry of vvllow marble, tbe vein
four feet thick, ha" been f1r«-sivered
near Peni. Madison tsunty.
say-
that Hartley A Hough, of that county
have bought a considerable quantity o'
com in western Missouri for and 8
cent* per Ui«hel, and are taking th
•tack there to feeii. IVwbtful.
Hon. .Sam. Fairali aad wife,
Stewart Pierce, fireman on the Cen
tral Railroad, met with a serious ac
i-Vnt Sabt*th evenine t.v jumping
from his engine. The accidant n-«ult
ed in both his arm« aud one leg being
broken.
According to the Iowa City L''jiub
ictn: "Last Tuesday a teacher in the
Third ward whirried a nine-year old
boy. named chenskv in a most vio
nt and bmtal way. We «aw his
wounds three hours after it happened
and his back wa« cut up fearfully, and
a rib appeared to 1* hruken, for uuk-r
his left anu was agn^at pulpy bruise.
ollm to the si/e a bisr fist, con
gested with bruised blood and terribly
sore aa if lacerated by splinters of
broken bone."
Clinton was startled early Tuesday
morning bv a fearful tragedy enacted
Second street. Night officer*
John Crowloy and John Bowes at
tempted to arrest John and James
Hunt, two desj-^-rate brothers, resid
ing at Camanche. and another man,
for the alleged robbery of James Wil
liams, a railroader. The two resisted,
ami all drew revolver*. Promiacuou*
firing on the street began, lasting
about 15 minutes. The officers were
at first overpowered and badly beaten
about the heads, Crowley being shot
through the shoulder. The police
finally put the others to rout, after
fully a dozen shots had been exchang
ed. Two escaped, but John Hunt
was captured. He tried to escape,
but wa- shot dead in the street. By
this time .juile a nuinkr had arrived
on the street. Both officer* went
home, and are now delirious and una
ble to leave their t«*ds. Fears are en
tertained that one or both will die.
ta Optlral Delatlaa.
Here is a neat delusion. Roll
sheet of writing paper into a tube two
inches in diameter, and hold it to the
right eye, looking through at any con
venient object, keeping the left eye
open, l'laee the left hand, open with
the palm upwards, against the tube an
inch or two from the further end. The
surprising effect ap{arently seen will
Oe a hole through the hand the site of
a cross section of the tu!-e. Now, in
place of the hand, put a sheet of white
}aper with a hole in it of a quarter of
an inch in diameter stare intently in
to the tube, and you will see the bole
in the sheet of paper in the hole of the
tube, clearly defined by the differenee
of illumination. Kach eye obviou«!v
transmits a different impression to the
brain, and that organ, unable todisen
tangle them, lands us on the palpable
absurditv of a materiali/.ed hole.
Senator Sherman, who was present
at New Orleans during the counting
of votes by the Returning Board, and
who heard alT the tmtimony.made the
following j-inted statement in the
United States Senate, which we repro
duce, because it i* very important:
"There was intimidation. A« tc
the extent of it then© gentlemen of the
Demociatic Committee dare not i-om
mit themselves. He eherman was
willing to stand, not only lefre the
Senate, tut before the j«eopl# of the
1'niw-d t-tate*. and maintain that
there was intimidation in lxuiiana to
an extent which changed the reault of
the wh"le elect ion. There were mur
der. ri»t, whipping, and violence bv
organised rifle dubs of the Democratic
party.'*
The W iseonsin State Fish Commis
sioners and prominent citizen* visited
the State Hatchery at Milwaukee,
Wis., last week, to ins[ect the works
and note the progress of hatching
10.i«*,(ki) white fi6h and salmon trout.
Three children of Joseph Vache, one
of the pit bosses of the Illinois Valley
«al mine, near La SaJle, III., have
died from small-pox within the last
week, and a fourth is atck with the
same disease.
Hon. James Blaine. United ^states
Henator from Maine, ha« gone home to
engage in another Senatorial canvas*
and will not return till after hie re
election, which will take place oa the
14th of Jar. uafj.
Hmc imarii «aUw
late
the
tbe
has
This winter tbe grain bQsInes*
tarried on by Crooks at bis levator,
an.i Benthien A Kist en maker at the
other. The business is not very liv
lv, vet there is considerable corn and
barlev coming in. Heinly and Kioii#
are the principal twine dealers
A jutting rocky ridge, over hi.-h the
torrent dashed. tbe branch,
and kept it shattered and impri-oned
while the waters flowed mi and on.
"Alas!" cried the bfancli. "how can
you hold me thus? Who will govena
the stream? How will It (temper
without my guidance?"
"Aak the Imnkst." «ald the roeky
Kslge. And the lsnk« answered
"Many, like you have beeu carried
by the stream, fancying that they car
ried it. Andasiothe buss you will be
to the waters, dou is unea«y. You
are already forgotten, a- those are who
came before you. an i as those will aoon
be who may foliow. —.v.^ -v'/.
our
Another saloon is added to
quota and we now have four. James
McKee has opened op in the buiiding
recently ivupisl by Henry Allan!
aad propo-es to give '"drink to the
thirsty."
The Hamilton /Vw«aa girce full
particular® how to make hard time*
mittens. We give the main point.
Any woman handy with a pair of
shears and the needle, or the sewing
machine, can easily make them. They
shmil i be made of cheap cloth known
as cottonade. and lined with co».*n
flannel, or other good material. Old
half-wwrn cloth, however, will Jo for
lininfg. One yard of cottonade at 39
Scents peryarti will make the out
side of three pairs of mittens, and the
same antount of cotton flannel at 18
cents per yard will line them. The
material—all new—will thus »-ost Pii
cents per pair, and a spry woman can
make two or three or more pairs in an
evening—* ith a sewing machine.
Gov. rover, of reg*»n. aud Crouitt'a
"Electoral College" have written
cards explaining the^r late bumrling
attemt* at larceny. The true explana
tion is to be found in the felt-grant
seut by the notorious Gwin, on the
11th of Novenil«er. to Senator Kelly,
at Portland. The Duke of
hortfU thus "Spare 110 exertion or ex
pen «e in Knkiog after tliat ^tate. I
w ill be responsible, and rely on you.*
We have the Cincinnati r't
authority for the statement that this
niaio isr«Us tiwin is Tildeit's intimate
friend and adviser. This chain of cir
cumstances is imesary to a correct uu
deratauding of the Oregon itusinesa.
at
Iowa City were in tlie Br»»kTyn thea
tre when the alarm of fire was sound
ed. and narrowly eo-aped death.
By Valve! Those University stu
lents must I* ft*h hungry. One oys
er dealer in Iowa City sold nearly
3fteen hundred doDais* worth of that
ruit last week.
A false bent of the new bridge over
he IV" Moines river near Bjena Vis
ta, Tuesday, gave way. precipitating
three of the workmen to the ice below.
»ne of them. Wr.ilace Smith of Cleve
land. was instantly killed.
The Dntiyr* Journal rvjorts that on
Monday last Messrs Lingham A Son,
of Canaia. bought of John D. rillett,
Lean %unty. 111.. W graded steer*
at .home weight. These cattle
averaged 2,1'*« IV.. and were shipped
to Philadelphia, from there to Liver
pool. thence to London by rail. The
ahipping of such cattle to F.ngland i«,
to some extent an experiment, but the
weight and the pritv per hundnsl
pounds grtjxs is an assmpliHhed fact.
It is only one circuiustan-e out of
thousands to prove the value of gixxi
stock.
The fTnuMy say* Mis- Mary
Hess, of Melrose, made a hand hu-k
ing corn ail through tbe late coid
eathcr. There acre five girls and
women on the Melrose Farm, who
made full haiuls for five weeks con
tinuously thi" fall is« the coru harvest
field, while thousands of lazy men are
loafing al«'Ut tow n- iinicities whining
about hard times.
Wa'al," said an oldl man. as he
leaned on hi" cane, "I am kinder
aging, snd I feel It more and more
every la. Onlv last year I used to
I* able to walk around Union Square
every morning, and now my rheuma
tism is «o l«d that when I've got half
way round, all I can do is to turn
round and hobble back."
In the Court of (ommissionera of
the Alabama claim" at Washington,
D. C., the claim of (teorge M. Roberts,
Secretary of the Navy, for il Vi.on for
the losis of the Hattera". destroyed by
the Alabama, and for for the
loss uf the Greenland, destroyed by
the Florida, have been dismissed.
You cannot lepend on Kansa« flour.
A loaf of bread passed in I^eaven worth
jail containet two files, a knife, a bot
tle of acid, and a roll of money. A
country which grows such wheat am
that ran not exj^eet to g»t ahead very
test.
At tbe ahow the other areaing. a
gentleman sarcasti.-ally asked a man
standing up in front of him if ht was
aware that he was opaque? The oth
er denied the allegation. He said ha
was not opaque. His name was O'
Brien.
A Baltimore and Ohio coach con
taining f4.l,|o.,**,in*greeiilaeks ^g^sed
Omsha la-t week, en route from Wash
ington to San Francisco. The shi|»
ment of so many greenback* to a coin
State caused considerable comment.
Two ladies were discussing a third,
who is, of course, absent. "She is
really charming," ways one. "and,
alove all. she has «uch an air of intel
ligence." "Ye«." answers the other
"but there are no words to that air."
The Government of tiie Nland of
Cuba has published a decree pro
hibiting cisle and cipher message* of
all kinds to and from the Island of
Cuba.
Tbe matinee performance« of the
New York theaters in aid of tbe suf
ferers from the Brooklyn fir* realized
about 114.00".
It Is announced that Qoew Victoria
wll* -.{-n tic r.ext -e-ior. .'ftl.e Brit
ish l'»r! ju.f
MANHOOD:
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Tb* r*letried lint wlmir&bls
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deBbDctratcs Trr.tr, ifa'rty
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tag ranMqorDrM of »i,um* nay rtdi
caTiy cured wr.DMii ti,* dsnger« a a# of
tnl*rc» n»sl -lnes or lb* spp::
ltif EDife poiLiiog oct taodrof ror» *1
uocf I.iip.r e*ri±i ud u»:. by
BMai of wbirh every (offerer tto matt«r
•aast oocD.tloo msy be. tasy ear# hi
self sheepiy. pr: »tely »cd rotttmUy
e^-Ti L*eiur« *buc.d tie in th« a«a4s of
•very you'.fa sad every msn id Lb* land
Seat, nndsr •*•!. IB s pi*.a *c.T*irpm, t«
any s4dr«w. on rs«eip'. of ii wsu.ort
postafs siaMps. nl*T*yl
artrtr—i ta* Poailabsrs.
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n\ AHumiemsta.
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the tempest rode on the rapid current
of the swollen stream.
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cried to the banks. "See how I com
mand and carry the stream with »ne!**
he cried again.
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Lep't. So sai RaoASVAt. NKVYsaa
rof tall ar au Snnlai*.
i.
From the following paragraph one
would think there is an intention to
raise tall students out in Wisconsin.—
An exehange paper savs: "Its board
of edu*ation has resolved erect s
buildiiik' large enough to accomodate
five hundred students three stories
high.'*
u. WEsTtXJTT, Affent. Tiptob, b.ws
»wv i vaa ai i«sC TMC rtaue
DR. C. M^LANL'S
Cckbrr.U'd Amcr.oan
WORM SPECIFIC
—Ok—
VERMIFUGE.
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
ri'HK a--e -k c* eo
ro'.arc*!. with fxra^iorui (Srohes. i
a «it- H-nsrxiSed sjiot ca o le «.r bath
chrtk-: the eye become dull tile |n»*k
dilate: an irr? semkircie niasai
the lower f\« ..J the nose is ^rritait !.
swell., ami vj nvt aies USeet!: a aw
ng of live u p-r l.p occaionji heaJ
k :s •, with h-i miif? or tHrobla »{. of
ne ear an '.t: ii setTe::on o'sjliva
-hiuy or fiirrcl to:»gn.*: brea**! *fjr
|arti«tiLuik' in tBc asfir:ii?
».-tite variable, jometiair* vf» i a,
*,tha z'.-.iTing •sensastonof he nv h,
a o:'.i:-r -. at»dy S«t»5« pLii
•1 t'te si-j.iiach x.ta..oaaI cai£.r,d
/•rniting vioba! fainjtiBw^'OTS the
il»io"oen Iswd.i irregular, a: tn.ita
twitive: stowsiiai r:ot aaiir»qit»tl]f
tkiged with uiood utl swo!icn ar.«i
hard urine turbid rfcH^irKMn or^a
si iu!!)' and a comfunied l»y
h.cio'igh coigh sume'.iatt^ Jry -r.j
convulsive unca-\ and di^ar^i site p.
wi:h grinding of th- tec:h temper
variable, but ^eneraih irrita','!". \-r.
Whenever the above syn jiomi
are found to exst,
I) i r. xirf-ANE s versiifi*
Wi'.l rcttainly c'Tet: a nre.
rr not (.untajs mlxcikv
in any form It U an inno- ert jirept
ra!io!\ nat r.\Si'7f rf Join? the s./^htrst
iniyry U +•, I f?t i'r in
fiat.
T.:: i? :. i ':e 1 M'i, VF.rui
Ft r,sb.ur»:hs: .i uu.^iui'C. M'I.\»E
and Flemjnw II/. o 1 ti»e w ^»fer.
DR. C. MrLAME'S
LIVER FILLS.
Tri-se I'.i 4-? iyX -1 *.*
a rrrifiy it" j. t.je- i.i_" If.-i il -*i»
to,'* »ws ia afjrtirxa*
tu !***,
ari-i in a.! [r«^sia
and fr.ek i
i• ':•*. or 'A
Esf-h wrapf^r "r*a--
N E W
That
ebamiter, *ca»i wkJ»'.r a riva
A E A If E V E IL
N»* btiier ea'.aanir: *aa
i*t
pr*-
paraV/fj ir.. or a!r»-r takiaz Q.n&i'.-8
As a simple pnrgxi.r~ th+j ar
eq-iaif I.
naiBS Ofw mrtTWit.
Th« jrn .iu* are oe-ver *&zmr
Earh b«x has a red wax seal w tre
•). with :ri- Dr.
Ln r. Pii.lr
it* A
M^L* ». ai.'i Br«h
S.»ki bv a.l r»»j*"tabje dn^iste and
o ui.'.rr ^^rallr
AroartO'LLaBsiL
sB roa
OAKTKKLT
lv
one mi.ub.
FIR.ST laA wnte
^LIIISlIlA ffiTf L8TTHY CI
\J»* •':t,» for
IrfMiSst
t-.
frm»m n a v' f. Mft -mn
W ft tKU$ I2K.
•r«»4 Naa^er **e
5n \T~ '-p"20
FRl"-.v^.w
l«es|'Hl«. tBMMhW tt»ni.
100.000 TICKETS AT
ONLY OHE DOLLAR EACH
Wrti» \Tr%l*n or Mad orairra i% i Ha*
•OWAKH IITIMM U «r i'^scroa a
Xt. ic a VM»u«b« im catt«o in
BHtrUI «|tllTllLY MiWIWw
psmii a. ir riaw aa —a. Cm^umi
H. BEICHE&T,
l»KAI.KR IN
Coal and Lumlser
FBSCIHQ FLOORING. SIDING, SHIN3LBS. FINI8HIHO LUM
BEK, DOOBS. SASH. BLINDS. LATH. P1CKKT8,
CED AS POSTS, tc
O O S
AT
FlemiBe & Mess'
&c
for iUustratad Catalspis of i
STYLES
rz*7 CSLSUL,
Bat Cor.»
Oletr»tc4 ^peclallM,
DH. MCAFFI:E
PliKMASlMI Lw ATI.I A i i'KitKl
•IKt-fT. ux )ist. r.r. L»v, j.j.wr iu«a,
va«r« i.» ha* i—en for t&«? pa»: «ix eara.
7 It. iimc'..ftrd mtrf.c.ce iwrntr
jrtiri. ma t» a rfulu gra-J a» »f BriiteB
UJ Au-erioo
l'-j- ior *jr aie'.!- -d *caiiarij
*r.-i .naarLfcT/.y a*.:. a-ir-J t:m.t, well
.*.*.^1 •wraM Prr«n» :nf under
Ir-* '. •••..» dil 1 It *. iD(«
ti.. o ty »a... aa4
f-t. -.-l.*.
F»ia»t C»«eaita—It. t-w
Who »xe »uJTtri nr rrr,su t: .t »r«r la of jmtMf
fo! fr.Ui*«or ii !iK-retK.n ia«atl tassia
ae.» itJ*. ibe e*a!**s e*»r a:lat
tfce o haiaaailv. Dr.
E
A KK K sju k n u* 0*a Naa.
Siatf ScHara for every caw*-j trralr.A weak
new «r pr:,**• y u-J rtar
ar:»-r hirr. r«(W
nw %.
TT.are ar* n «n ac-.' to tar
tj w n.j .- .- :~l
m,,it •«-.
at
I «a w»w oivir.» a Will t. of I.ii'r" !,o:a i-aro an '"".iutou. %a®Mar
Ftm im: i !i'itlditiT parj-n»e» »nj -bnii e«!df»vor to on hsnJ tuch s ptock ss «hsB
r: '.be r-*\aire«sent» of the 1 will not »»y thst I will "sell than the lo»
f.»r ihal i* »H !*»sh bat 1 wtli that it you Will evmie snd examine my ^tork an4
fnc«»JFO« «.!! fi it t" r. ir sdraatatfe U) t.uv lr 'H me. riiul J. 11. RE1C11ERT.
The Subscribers are
almost daily re
ceipt of new
styles and
varieties
comprising
general stock
Of
All Walnut ChaniWer Suit*-*, Bureaus, Hoils'^ads, Baskets,
Bracket*. Cabs, Ce.i'er Ta'def, C*"-onis. Chairs, Dininjr and
Este, sloii Tables. Dressing C--se Bureaus,Elegant Carved Pocketa,at&,
F"unuture «f of every Mjle.
Every article in Stock is heen priced with a view to sale rather than to
keep—atid pvrons an* assured that the lowest price obtainable will be of
fered voluntarily.
Kxchai £-s made in all classes of Goods on reasonable terms.
FLEMING & VAN NESS, Tipton.
JOHN CULBERTSON,
dkaler:N
COAL and LUMBER
TXPTOKT, IOWA.
We have now on hand. aa4 are constantly rci-rivinsf,
FENCI1TG, FLOORING, SIDING,
Finishing Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Pickets
LATH, &C. ALSO, COAL.
All who are in ..f Lumber or Co*5 will And, fy c^llins on a*, that
We Can and Do make as Low Prices as AnyDody.
WARRANTED FIVE YEARS!
XI nq?lreA &o lastrwtieaj to ru it. 2t c&a aat g«t wt of
It Till do rrery cl_i« i£d kis.1 of Tt:k.
It wui
vtr? tern
It ia far la adns.ee
ci
tw
aa' .oti* "f b.M'Us'-T. 'j! rft V-'IL ^.iLiled
••ifi.l narl u| or r, rBin*
at-d aifrnjiftii a a m*'. eer fjiat
U.» .»•»• taaM ftr-'s i«ata
lt( sne u• '-i' '"P.*
'-f»s
!.-» f'mc.4 v
S.»ukm
ia
(n'l/iM^fitMan wh. '.".»eot
tr w:.: if «f a..k:*c s* teals
*r« 's»»7 ie.»r. '.j* iJflS
e. r* -_• W •. .• ft*
Kmr' '.f
i*.
•MiMM Mr Me.
rh es--« -t a., awdl
•».*« i *•_imjrmmtamzim«f tk*gaaile
n arj
*(Rr» llunr»A to 1. Sto tt.
!k.t t»
a. **P.T aa««(fa, *a4 atas
».«*»•. ^1. a r*m I/** SM
•a, Irt.
frvm .•**,*
CaHfilu f*r friit!
y -**. 'M-- .-U*
Prariiral Floriraltarf!
!f •. ».a-h £. Jrf
OS. .• ***4
tardf Diax for Plea.Mrr!
A!!M PETER BEVDEBIOV
T~-i ti U «i4: tiLl mjc.
V
fjombt CATAL03ITE.-4
7 UK
A E N
Naaafcaetag IT ra«". wtth MlMNt)
.aat
W
R. E!
»or tA pw Trtn. I
tfr»- who bait ^Jn-tlBWd aiijr tA la*
w. booti to oifeer* oa r««lpi oft,
•. r.t«
V* .• or «e* wKh-
ow. »s i
rnii in,
W»mrt. Jffrirl 7»r4^n I fl1 riwtf,
MfteStlL. *r» Tw:
IS E E V
AGENTS WANTED.
»rl PSICSS.
WILSON SEWINC MACHINE CO.
CS20, dHCAS-3, ILL.,
VWW
{Or
Sn??
°$O
jitceiveo TMC
GRAND PRIZS
MEDAL.
V/RWA, /AM
Ttsno Fapcr to TTsmw Leither.
c*.her Scvlsr Kachir.tc ia the au^zito&o of
its cupniar iaprcvcaer*.:, as s. Sxasi Car cxcclla La K&irvtaaftto
tic c.i fariicaed Ctajrt Coach.
Prices made to suit the Times,
E.ti.er fv. Cash or Credit.
TOSS, 2T.
Z7.
L0TJIS, SCO.
W. F. MILLER & CO.. Agents. Tipton, Iowa.
JUDGE NOT
BY PAST EXPERIENCE
\V itb TrareiiDg Cjuacka,
THE PARKER CUN.
S£Kp STAMS res ClftCUlM
PARKER BRO'S
WEST MERiDCH.CT.
mt
Mh.'.tf I -tr I.' -rtor .* it. ir««t la
tfcf rn.acr.ei. tie urntalf
.r '»Ti''. "Jsla
a •.: 't \hw t.ia
•l»-u ir. i*1 ej.
po MOT BEI.AT, if ~uck
u .- *. *r- a,« Iar!.rat«« la
aabort !ir..e,
IOI \G m:\
THE LATEST AND BEST
PEERLESS
at w ispseti i
PATENT TODD STOVE,
*S1 ncr 1KT C! SCTB S3Ii
WIC.A SI*DOWWI*f, IICAKTH.
IMl IHIA KV
7it T.jm -nr-.'i". tftz 'jtpmsmI
r—i_i{ c-. tis siA
rOKTABLE LIKIHGt.
a
EVERVTIIIXG
Uk* S. mmr* ifm-
fimf #r .j.'•( tr «n MM fi mm.
WAR J' A.-. TED TO DRAW,
st 8rest nsz xa.
WHY IS THE
FASHION
THE BEST
w
WOOD Cdo^sngSTOVETOBUTT
It is the Quickest Baker,
Kcouomtcal,
MIIV I
Comrrutent
IVlUw I
(aMtl iJNrabie.
Suet 3:/e$ & Pre» to uit every sm.
*a».'art«-»d tj
WM RESOR 4 CO.. Ciocnnati,«.
if flicsd ia a lis*,
16
wnt)
MILES IF
BOLD DURING THE YEAR 1878
Mtttl.W BET»MB A QCB&TI0K
tit
THE CORRECTMESS OF OUR CLkiW
or THKIR
InereasinK Fopaltrily,
Soperlor Construction.
.Convenient Arrangement,
lieauiiness and Econoflt)
in uae or inel.
and belnf a perfy-t combination of
SlHFLICiTY.BfiLlfY 6IEALIESS.
II !»ir I inn«r ^at aat Mietn. acaS
»au» Qr4* i« m«
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO.
fil4«l» Mala atfett.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
l)H TO
HEIt li CRT COBB,
1# Tlflaii, ls*a
CHICAGO
NORTHWESTERN R. R.
Pssaengera for CHICAGO, Detroit, TuLdo,
CleTflaml, Buffalo, Niagara Fall*, PittsburK.
Clncinuati. Rochester, Albany. Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec, Portland, Boaton, Nev
York, PlhUa« lpbia, Baltimore, WaobiQSton,
St. I.oui. Cairn, Sin Francisro. Waciauii-ut t.
Ogden, Salt Lake City, Uruvt-r, luuml
Bluff*. 8ious Citv, St. Paul. Marqurite,
Eacauaha. rnactia, Madiaon, Cheyenne,
Omaha, Yankton. Winona. Dnlnth,
Bay, Milwaukre. and all point* North, Weal,
Sooth and Kaat, •liould uy their ticketa via
lUii At»o and the
Chicago
ti
Northwestarn Railway.
Cl'»e ronn't'tioua ar* made at Chicago
with the l#akr Shir- Vi« hiifan H«uth-rn,
Michikran Ct-ntral, Baltimore k t»bio. Pitta
bnrjc. Fort Wayne A Chicago, Kankake*
Line and Pan Handle Routes, for all poiuU
EA9T and KtL'TH EaST, and with tlM
Chiraz'i A Altoo and Illinoia Central for all
point* SOl'TH.
Close cocnertinna are alao made wilk lbs
Union Pai .tic R. K. at Omaha for all far
Weat pfiitita.
(J« rtmwtfinmt art matU a! jitmliam yipiwfi
Mitt Ira'Mt of enm runttt.
rr. MA PA LA
CE CARS
Tbe»e celebrated cars »r» ran on all nlcUt
trails on all the lines of this road.
Tli'.* i* he XLV LINE ruuuiu^ these caes
hetwcu. (. tiii ago ai: St. Paal or Ctucaga
and Milwauker.
At "in»b* our Sleepers connect with tbs
OTerlurd Sl«-.-pcrs on the Union Pacitte
Railroad, for all pointa weat of the Missouri
BiTtr. Amon( the
I«4arra«its ifrrti kj this Raate
to th*-tra*elin: pii'liv are all the modt-ra
Improvement*: n« k and Uratel BaiUst«4
Tr» a, steel rail. I'nk and Iron Brid^ea.
Pari and Draw uf Koom Day osotra,
Stnukine and Loangini Cart, Writiii.*bouse
8*lvt Air Brake«, Miller'* Patect Safety
Coo iiuir ac'l Plattorius, Speed. Safety aud
u:e Cotnf'.irt.
Ri.im log throueh Five Great State*, aad
oprra:ir.|( ot-r miles of rv^ad, thia Com
panv t"i »eiits to the traveler faeilitiea that
ArK S'uT and CANNOT be offerea] by any
Conipe :Vor.
AU »e» igralt ran »e!l yos tickeu via
this route.
If you wish the beat traveling accom
dationa. yon will buy your ticketa by this
rouic. a,'.I will lake Bti other.
•aavis hi-..Birr,
hxi fcarsatw.
a a. arsNMsrr,
la", finatv i(at
DR. JAMES.
Car. FKAIEU
A W11UMIM
STIKBT*.
CHICAGO, ILL
Ckar.end by
tka btata for
tae pirt- jM at
tj* ta« beat
'2^ po»»ila treat
meet la ail caaai
c.f Paivara ax
nnm'c PiaeasFi
•i. a.. fb«-ir»arled
and complicated
•WM »i .* 'rwr,» in the
city. Da JA.ME-. a: tt.- be id of tba
peofe*on .'I jean. az.d e«p»ri
•aee JS nr. .ui .u U»# aatftreatmeai
at s phi in ti. foras- ioDorr.i»-t.. p.eet. »tnt
tar*. caa pouii^- be carwl in like sturf-teal
aibte !s.r. :..ica »riit?!r«a. easi-*kos at
aem'Q it c*a-"d hr acif aHaae. wh ii pr^
u e 7 o I -f a e a s o a a a
ear« v hr tu »t knowc renx-d? in tbe world A
book for the w.i:i on. lfnai^*a Grroe. wtt/fc
tells vo
s vo«4:
thc«e d',*~a-«». tnsrr'.spe
aad tO'-ir free !n oHHt. or Wc»bI«
prvpa.T po-ta.-». ladiee re^atrta( the
•eiicatc ^otr.e aad board, aaay call or
writJ. A.! b-ifi-.e.* .t-ir It cooSdea'lai. Da.
JAMK5 Las fQ PvNna and parinra la ealllaa
see no fc«- but :hr ili u«r. Odke boats: ll."H
aati:*!' *. sucdsTs, jo to ia. Coa
Wwara rasa aad iaritad. Call or writ*.
The Enemy of Disease?
TIIE FOE OF PAIS
TB MAX AMD BEAUT
la tbe OtsbiI Old
MUSTANG
I N I E N
Which haa stood tha tast of fortp
years.
There is no Sore it will not heal,
no Lameness it will not cure, no
Ache, no Paio, tha*. afflicts the
Human Body, or the body of a
Horse or other Domestic Animal,
that does not yield to its Magic
Touch A Bottle costing 25c.,
SOc. or tl 00, hae often saved the
life of a human being, and restor
ed to life and uaefulneae many s
•sluable horse. 10 IT
TUBE FACTS
ML
7 h« TwtliUiOBiv of IN Who)* Wo*
14,
HOLLOWAVN PILU».
"I *4 Hollowa.i Pillsntalmnr
foe n»otboi, iikI kMf
h** «r tr»4 my Ihmt
i f»'e oo» of T«'jf Ptiu tr» obv tt^ fbr ebultrt
»cr*( «tk In day
"Hi i ro* evr*^*.
"1 'f*:t t*jn of Halt«*w*jr k rured m* of
ib* i T»ur
mt*' li n4 a-nrs. um! th« bM left.'
*. i I w*nl oa# for ft poor
nr.*"(a#
"I ft »r. TO- pr^»t*a mn.HlUM
oi ti' .* a
tojftof yomt PllK"
"U« tkw boi««B of mr fUto lv
Mil u.t fh %r.f fa-v^r
t"
ebr
I l*v vet »u. r3 m» ItiW hb
VM' iti# to- CvDC. iMt*".
For Cutaneous Disorders,
Am* »h^ Ointoiml
i a.M br*l
t*4 j-^fre»niv»« w f». a m(4*. «'»rrui«4 u
llM y r^-' i rto- 5,
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS
in %r-^ r:ro Uit
Disorder of tie Kidnevs.
'.ii.s i-rgftfi. whMferr
th** in* r.» .itt or
•r ih wHto
•eNksr^^u^srUidl 'ti Un Ualut OT+
(p«D«o''r^ Pli* atiV vi l*fc*D
:i.' i u$+4 4ir+ciU tr,
•M*t tr« 0- i ru*'*4
titi1u*(i*and
»m*ii of tb#
tork i ft ThU will ftvf attum
iv r-f miit:, ai, nthrf h»v«
For Ntcmscbs out of Order.
Ko tormina w:U rfl#ciuaU irnprov# h« V •&«
Wlfc*-« at* Pluw r» i,
ariditt «-j s»rh» im»U j»fkr r»
pfO|^f'i Rt r*^« .*•' a i*
art'-*. r~r
laeBM* «'f fket Ib^f i-ever faii ia (-vrtag
^11 .r1» f» a'. »:*u»a*
H«'I.U-'AAl ar^ 4^# b«al kmmmm la
tfe* world tor lbo MUiwIvf jiiim 4«M,
AsUma. K iNlc|W WH^»lm,
Kr V. rra, IrrmlsrfUfl^ mm
Aiart* fU»,r,i"t tiea4arht, ImMmp, 1
MtiOl,. JacDtl.rr. Um tVifBtlloli, lot.
H*f..^taTi, KtK«oUc« ^aria^ fttfvaia
K ef t'.r t*. ia,r Thrwala,
l*w."arvus ism-fw, niwme rf sll ki«da^
W«»k u*-m LTvm sat caw*, «««.
IMPORTAHT CAUTION.
S.«« (.W V takwat M|«aim nf H»T
».«-« aaa|»a- im I tnel KaM aummniSi
mt! »i nih mtnim a 'ja*lwm. r»
»arJ •lilhefin loaar naliHai •«. a
Iww.uoa ma ikf ama« »f »m par
If it |ur. Meo«wiMlliitito aMdnctMa or ind
iaa, tbr um k w" than t« w mirtow
»,"yK i ta» nMSaaar mt ni««« lloi
Lrw*rax Hew York anit b* al! rvar*«-i«t
aswaawui a el n III""
1
irtr r.'.^
it ..U i the
etnltna urd. ia tw aaa at A mala, awta aa4 S
Tt -Dtracttaaa frr ta* faxlam-* *t yatiaata la
eiery aieofdie araaea*! le eeea Sua. Ira
Office, 11L Ubtrly SL, l«w Torlu
DRUOS!
If you want
ofaverythine
to to
Drag Store
TIPTON, IOWA,
Drugs.
Medicines.
Chemical af
Perfuuury,
Toilet Soaps,
Co tubs.
Oils,
Paints.
Varnishem*
Glass,
Putty.
Sponges•
Toilet Articles,
A fall *aiiety of
Of all kind* and qualitie*.
law!lea' and Geuia' *~rri mi
«hbisob srnsc ahnulder Bnul
Tbe 'ateat Improved
Elastic and Spring Trusses.
Alwaya on hand, and applird for nrioa*
foriaa of Hernia. All the popular
PATENT MEDICINES
Of tksday, sod every other article ataallr
kept Is s Brat claaa Dm Store
r»L n w
rhrsicians Prescript inns carofnll?
Compounded at all !i»,nni, day
or nicrht.
I. WILLIAMS
of
^LAflENCE,
Is the Agent for O^ar County f"*tl*
ITCIISBI. TtPili i U1T11R
R. R. LANDS.
Any one wiabinf clrculara JaaeriMnf
Ibeac lands apply to saderalrned, per
aosall^^r b» latter, I. vrfLLIiia.
PENSIONS
Ertiy
1
Salter
i n or otherwise. A
W#CX0 of any kind, ik«
ton oi fllpt or T—,or
tH« lot* oC an Kje. a fttJP*
TVBC| if bat ilighL fi»ti
n Diacaac of I lip
er Vtftofl VtlMjivu
P*«ioa. ••C«TT.-lf
hargodfor wound, i»iun
full bou
junri
p«urt.you ftt i
IT* •^S«td »(aapt for
coPT
Fenaioa and Boaaiy
AiU, Addrtaa aU ktttrt to
?.B.mi9mu.
V.S.CUia Ae-rt. IndlaM^
sbs, lad. a*-Oa aU iMata
awrk P. 0. Doi 11.1a
Great Reduction
In the pr ee
Havlnc tbla veek Mealved prlee llataof
tbe EH1 tY I'KUANH. vhlcb evt-ry.me inaat
admit the beat, I give a llat of prleeaat
which I will aell them:
Jfo. Ill, S fall aata reitla, a tope |li
Ho. M, atili )aaa, harmoale
attarbaaeut 11 atnpa |UI
and from tbt-'w dnwn to fo.
fhcae two oread are far superior to tba
ehaapvr riaa« of ora%D. Hated at (.TJ^andtW*.
havmi n"rr..u»' l*"la and far hetfr
lani'i N.'W lor tl-e O. B»a'y, Dia
mond. AiiiHlna. aad a hoat of t!i«r or
ana- aa orcaii* for 114 V. f-TS for }I15 ttM
nr tt~-. and *tti 1 holier .rcasl. 1 mean
an
w: 1 t• a!: I .a at. I !K ^a.v n:au
»i»r hl» lr*o Me who»e order I do Bol SI I at
tbM« irh*«,
a#*l*iau.« sold by at I will keep Id tana
fr».- of eharge
W. a. WOOD!*, Tlaton.
SVAcaat tor almoai any piano ofwgss
dealratf.
THE"
Boss Shelter!
c»r. ani a-etb» Saclwkh (Ad
tna Patent Poa i- afJ
SELF FEEDING
CORN SHELLEE
two-fnar or ail hulr, in atock with
G. D. KV AXS & SOS*
«UBEME,IOW«,
8ole AenU in tbU trllNMp
11 Is Arkssalrdird hy Every
ksdf ke THE mmtr
Kheller lop of Ike Turf
More money in thra to the parcbaasittas
la saybodj'a threahiag machine.
^Hfip HWwrliMmtnU.
The Little Rock
and Fort Smith
RAILWAY
FOR SALE
wsasrsivi .*.»
Prairie laudn. H*'llom ijmda, and I I
oa terma «o lull b# rurchaaer.
8,1
L'r'r
In threat on deferred pi. menta rrn
cent dtaoount for raah fill pari w-'
map. and parapMei*. apply 'o Wj*
SLACK, '-»ad« .•lomlaatoaeT. I.lttle Boe«.
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AGENTS
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Aaauata, Maine.
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rarilaatf, Malae.
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iu AUvfrttelng.
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tn( to a iiealthy slate. It aarei
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It ia la.i aanaraadloa arary otaar rawear
»l»l» rataulea earala aa oe algbt day
Kn o'lhea medlelae eaa do lata.
o»int i« IU geeat aaeeaaa. many saa*
tniea h«re l«ei a«l*»rtlaad aaait a« Paste
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