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SATCrtDAY. FtBRUAIfY 24 im
THE PRESIDE** OVCUOARD.
From ibe following, found intheOonn
cil Bluffs Ko*p*ricl, rndidbi repahli
Cin journal, it will be seen that the long
•otioip'Ued struggle has eotiitner.erd.—
Faifflftelen* bM culminated le this abu
sive a^fok open the President, w4 this
rejection and repudiation of his policy:
THK TYI.RK.—The telegrnph this morn
ing gives us full dctaib of the formal un
ion otL&e President an^ihe rebels. Mr.
Johnson and the Southern traitors have
beeu, at last. publicly jv added. \y« wi»h
tifcem 'much joy." We turn oeer our
claim upon tbe affection* of Ilis Excel
lency to the tender care of onr Copper
head friends, without many regrets. Wc
advise them to bold a grand jollification,
and ail drink together tbe toast of tha
serenades of the President—"The three
greatest American*?: Jeff Davis, Andrew
Johnson aud Uabort K, Lee." You have
him, gentlemen, we don't want him, be
was "black taeat, anyhow.''
But this little paper at Council Bluffs
is not tha pioneer in thie attack. It takes
itseee l^ntn more inflnential journals, and
its etyffe from leading republican senators.
Tbe Chicago Tribune says 5
Tbe President's reto will at lent have
ore good effect, namely of aflerdirg
conclusive proof ta doubtiag
POUIS
of
Jolirs 'ii's recreancy the gr*at cause
for which our people laid down their lives
and their property, and donvincing our
citizeos by the Irgie of most ugly facta
of the backsliding of their chief magis
trate.
The Washington Chronicle says:
The veto is cause for uuiveml folici
fude. The sarrendef of Lee was only tbe
beginning of a new rebellion. T"he de
feated traitor threaten* a^ain to become
triumphant dictator, even (roto bit strong
Cell ii» Fort Monroe.
Wl}ile Boo Wade, the Republican war
horse, makes use of the following hw
guage in the Senate* s
MAny
cne who wontd fat&r the ndmh-
$ion of unvmxh bailors to Congress,
vras himself a traitor at heart."
The di«ous«ion occasioned by this veto
of tbe President, and the receptioa of hie
action by the fanatics of the country, has
opened a breach altogether too w idc ever
to be bridged. The position of tbe form
er ie now distinctly defined, and is so rad
ically opposed to that sf that of the lat
ter, that It is beyot the possibility of
cbancc that the two should ever bs recon
ciled. Taking this happy view of tbe
natter, we asbured that ihe raiica's—
in fhe legitimately to be expected strug
gle -will be impotent, that the country
bal been saved from a great calamity,
and is safe against similar casualties in
tbe future that iu trulh and in fact there
has been a sublime triumph of right over
*r«He.
In conclusion we cannot futego the ot*
•asion to congratulate the country, (hat
the President has so nobly sustained his
character jar ateadineee of purpose,
*tid
political courage.
Tbe play of' The Gonitdrrote'i Daugh
ter" is having gieat success in one of the
London theatre*. Gen. Butler appears
in uii "ibe tyraot of New Orleans,'' ma
kes love improperly to the confederate's
daughter, bat is failed by a faithful negro,
who has a fight with Butler, and beats
him with a broadswc rd in a square fight
Uatler afterwards undertakes to hang the
Inter of the said daughter, but he is re
prieved. Butler is relieved ffom hi* coin,
maud, and thfc confederate's daughter
tiiuraphs. The play is highly exciting.
Tbe Cedar Falls, Iowa, Gazette says a
youi:g lady in Butler county, dislocated
her jaw tecently by gaping- She was
about thiaty-six hoars with ber mouth
open, and it was finally closed by a sur
geon. The young lady promises not to
gjipe egain for a year. It is #tuted that
tbe misfortune was incurred ia conse
quence of the young lady's bean staying
ratbrr late and not proving very enter
tain iog, and she was yawning as a bint
for him to go* Young men should take
warning by this. If they ever discover a
yooig lady's jaw in danger of dislocation,
tVj should either take prompt actuates
to kenp it in place, or—leave.
*THE
DAII.V RorrtNK
ri(It
IR
CONOBESS.—
St. Louts paper* th#t
Am*? KMIItff
A meeting to sustain PiehiJiwfJohn.
son, is much needed in this otntaftanfty.
Wheu Price was at home during the holi
day*, be solicited bis constituency to gtvi
him an opportunity of making a speech}
which they did, and the result was a |e»
ries of rtaolutious Beuouucing the Freei,
ident's reconstruction polyjy, and i:i!i-^*
recily ceusuring Hon Jufiw A, KassatC
for sustaining Aha President.
Many of tbe leading itepublicans^of
this city were mortified at tbe result, and
prottsud against being tied to the tail of
king iiiraoi's kite. Ti.ey heartily and
cordialiy sustain President Johnson and
Mr. Kasson—but have failed as yet to
make themselves heard through the me
dium of a public meeting.* The Demo
cracy ol Davenport and Urfcli Island "are
only waiting to let tbeiu sustain their own
President if tbey wish to. *lf they Fail to'
do so, u meeting will be called by the
democracy of tbe twin cities, that wll at
tonish the radicals. Wvhal do you eay so
the suggestion Brother Danfortb If—
Davenport Democrat.

Meeting* onght to be held, at once, in
both ciir«, to sustain the President and
disapprove of tbe course of the radicaU in
in resisting the restoration of the Union.
We should prefer to see Republicans as
well as Democrats join in such a move*
meet,—and we have no doubt they wili
do so. Suppose you start the ball, ove*
your side, and get up a call for a bin*
tneOlinf at the German theatre, or
potitan llall, and invite Hon. Georgo Wj
Pleftsant*, ot this cite to speak. It heac»
«ppti», as we belinve he will, 11 _»ck l-iaod
will be thnre with force e.ioogh to fill the
hall. After that let n* have a rousing
meeting ia Babeock's Halt in thin, city,
for the patM purpose. Tbe people are*
waiting and anxious for someone tomovd
in getting up these meetings. Will y.g
go «hoad, over there?— Daily (Uock h'*
landy+lrcpts.
i We heartily endorse this idea of meet
ing» to sustain President JohosonV poli
cy. Let them be general, ne well as en^
tbus'nsiic. Dfcs Moines is a capital place
to inaugurate this movement in Iowa."-
What My yoi, men of Iowa 1~-St*tef
man.
r11»h
is what is wanted to Witore peac*
and prosperity to ooreonntry. The^Pres*
idem needs to know that three fourth of
the people of the United Sialee are with
him in his plan of reconstruction. To
day rational Republicans want to see our
country re-united, and meetings express
ing such wishes will do much good—will
show tho fanatic.- in Congress that they
will not he sustained. The people of
Council Bluffs and Omaha should hol£
one or two good rallies for the purpose
herein mentioned. Wbatdoyou of Oma
ha say
General Grant, in compliance with the i"
rules of ordinary courtesy, sent an invtta-*'
tiou to Beast Butler to attend one of hit
receptions. The "Brute'' was unable to
appreciate tbe courtesy and insulted the
Lieutenant General by the manner of hii?
reply. The advantage is ail on one aide*
Butler is unwi-rtWy the honor of being
kicked with one of Gtn. Grant's old boots
SENSIBLE.—The Tipton Advertiser,
speaking of the proposed trip of our State
Legislature to Chicago, (with railroad
passes, furnished by the railroad com pan
ies» of cuurse,) says: We (hinPtbe Leg*
islatore better stay at the capital and dt
np the work that needs to be done."
The Cedar Falls Gaz'ttc n nsfnred
by tbe coutractor, that the D. k S. C.
it. is to bft opened within thirty day* to
Io*a Fails, fifteen miles west of Ackiey,
the present terminus, and fifty unlet we^l
of Ceuar Falls.
A bill has been pushed by both branch
es of Congress giving the franking privi
le^o to Mr^. Lincoln. Mr?. John Qoincy
Adams is the only presidenriul widow to
whom a like compliment has been ex
tended.
p-
It is proposed hereafter to cehbrate"
Mr. Lincoln's birthdav—the 12ih of
February—as th-it of Washington hat
been heretofore, end in this mutter Viu-*
oennes, Ind has takes the iniiiat'uo.
Ho! for the Gold mines.
'f v» 11 1 •,
The SontaCk aitfl lMct,
Transportation Lint,
If- ..
Thron^h' Bilfet Lading,
Xo Fort Bedton,
m-m Virginia City, Ban-
i City Blaqfcr.T
iftfcs O'ltcfly thus describes the daily rout-'
ine in Congress. "Mr. Sumner presents
his deily pcti!ion in favor of fifrgfo fotT
r^ge, %ftd Mr Stevens prcaenls hfsrdail/
amendment to 'ilie'Constitution— ameiid
mcnt and petitiou being alike swallowed"
tip in the maw offhat rarenoos Maelstrom,
tbe 'Select Committee of Fifteen.' Then,
despite tbe terror inspired bv the 'pre
vious questioti' tbe long-winded- speeches,
pro and con, are ground out apparently
for tho expresa purpose of filling the Col
stons of the Globe, and 'without taking
final action on the question befure~lt,' J»e
Uonse—or the Sena»e--n^joiu-ns.''
4^* a.
'tkr asnnieipal election esnaeeou soon,
as will be seen by a proclamation in an^Sj
utlicr" cohjirtn. Who aro the lucit^1 men
thnt ihe good people will ''let run" for
"i|ref it in other wordi »ha
people "force to ran 1 .. ^OHI 4* BOK CO., 4«e»Se.
corner lfain aad Oliae ft, twds^
-tui Foot- City,
And til Points in the Mining
Points in the
»„I??,trie^
i-S% -fibiftii 1 *.rl
.^1
THIrery
nliscellaneons.
O. K.
"1
OLCi
A-
Kt) hot rWdrfctO frofti M*» filk Wl(b one
t*i« flneM stocks ever Mr»ugki4«
enibr«cin(
DRY GOODS,
NOTION*.
n 4ii
9^.
Cash
otl'20
ONLY
5
i' r,
.J. hi'-
i
ii
14
.ffVAwo:' ,*i
ini# vimi im
lipht dratisht Stoamer, Geo OR AWT,
Davit) IIanfcy,.Meat**,WtWileave 4e snea na
»iK«tfb* 1* "pri.
Tho v. ryfaTt nnl liprht'
draught ateamer.ete^ai'
ir», DCtlbii0ii(, ,Tku. W. ilea* Maatar, will
leave March 20th
TUa verv f**t anil HilcniVJ tidewhael ptNnnr
•t«i»n«r 'VANKV OaOMH, 1
komaa iWwaaontl,
Maxtor, Moana Ilillinrl. Cloik. will l«avi Ajjrtj
oyer#'
aecmTiKMlaHona anttko fiiieaeat
7tb, ejprp«ai/ on a nfr lfip,
1 ati rely oh (t*o£ KecmnKMlanOna 1
trip of'tlin *Aaanit.
\Ve will iliap»44l auchetliei light draught boats
a« IH» v require.
We two trr»!«i oar eWc to fcaedte allSbw«
freight i cor. tarrt.
Time Hill* laMliiiif irivep If draired.
Tor frflglit or paw.ig* Apply to "!V'
JOUM O.COPKLIR, A«e»*2
8. t.
cornor Main and Olive Sf., St.
JQ9t
tktve will not bs 1MS than forty trainers
the Uppes M- n.
^•Dd| of nnetgntioE. i Hhiitm
MeKllTlUB, Ageae,
i-*i
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CLOTHING,
*r,
IIAT8 AND
s*i4
^r- i
•i
-vD
O 2?
fttli
Oar stjck of Ladie* wxt Ckildr«ns canitol
bf oxccllad iu this**hMlivf Wood* aujr whar.:* la
BALMOUALS, HOOP SKTRS, HOODS,
$UlilA,S AND tiONTAGS,
W# caa d«ck tMS LftdiM ia "(orcfeu
price* to astouisli U* BAtlm. W4
lar Mtoatiok on
LADIES'
CHILDREN'S SHOES,
Si
|k4ti we have till yoa "aaa't repose."
Te ma OeettMMa we
Cassimere 8uit3 of Clothing,
SMdo e^tn tti« »»rj klVM New Y«rk Fell
sti^a,! a of
GENTS' fllMrli: GOOCS.
ITWf sell fbr CA$II omly.^t
Call aa4 al *-Stark's" vld Un4, oorneraf
Levvaaad ttutu Niroot.
S. B. KIRK CO.
tm* all kt»da sf Par*
%. a co.
New Arrangement!
36 HQUBS
ide'fiiti
—re
RAHBOAD.
J4
•w: t.,- 'I
i.
'.f -'j ei
'u iie'
uoi WiV
liM toa iu© isg I
Tor!VOnTn.Wfe!ilTM!l
Comptny'r
i
•a rrrf»4t
•esn»iigH)aa4
1
Ma. *t CeeassoKiat Ss
net. •f.|fets|k
Stmi
4HOESE CO ACIILS'
11
Wi»r«#Sie 4*t«r te«K* JKewv €Mt7 ee fBM
DAYS, Tllt'ESDAVS and HC7TDAM atte'aloek,
1'. X., «on nee ting trftli the
OARS,' BOONSBORO,
rtftlUDAT Aas #SATt7BDA
vttStIIMl, -5fi
I{.
...
.!! l"»T :iSij
CARS, AT ACKLEY,
oa HONDATS. W*T»!IE9nAt» aed riTDATS,
•taking Tweiat|r II»«i»o i^uickar timetbaa vas
eve* made Arom eia«s ^ity U tr sltil I
Mens o«y. lewa, •et. *sE, MM.
Miscellaneoas.
STOKE! PROCLAMATION!!
IS
Si i
|fyO jpeept* «f Dakota, Ntkrukt, Vertbwei
,aad to all wkoui II m%y ceactra I
--'f9u»ee»»or» to Bernard k ClMtmao,]
In now Mlli&g off thair imm«au stock of
CLOTHING,
.. Gents Furnishing Gooda,
Yankee Notions,
Hoopskirtifc
Hats and Caps,
Prints
Boot» and Shoes,
i
Ladiv* Dreas Goods,,
Ch««t»er thaw tliey Have t«r*r keen
OiVEK sWbjf I
Oar •tecic«t»pr.i*e tbe bttl
SELECTED ASSORT9I E.f
Of th» a1o»p on the "Slope." are hduntt
I to
MOI thm
City mid Ctmiitjr UrUorsi, and evrn UjiJ-du«t will
not le refused in limited qiiHiititie*.
We. K^amitw onr St»vk 1?for» {tireha«{ttg 4s«
wh»re,»u4 mm at teait twwi p« oeat. by doing
1
-.-7 "T
&n3CAT
Family Medicine Store.
ITAKF
ffii tn Inform t1i« p«©| I» #r (M*
eonntr* a»«t the r»at of innukiii*, i.feff.
«nljr e*c«^t») i that 1 tiwe cunsi mtlv uu Land and
for a*iaa cjiefuiijr Mlrcted «ii.'ek vi
Drills and Medicines,
Tain's,
Oils and Dye
Stufl'i. A full as
Wtmput of all the
Patent ••dicines now in use.
Statinary, Toilet attd Fancy Ar
Itw^S, of nil descripiioi.9. Ladies'
and Geills' Portmoniea, Pocket
Bo»ks and Pocket Cutlery
^together with a thous
end other articles
too numerous
to mention.
A full stock of
Ctiidlei tad CeafectlonAry,
Of tha boat quality. The fry boat aei«etion af
Chole* ll«|Uttra, «xpre»*|jr for Medicinal ase.
I ka*e tof^ht a vary ciioira lot of
Natural Leaf y*i Fine Cut Chewing
Tobacco dijf'rent brands af
Sm»iciug, and a superior lot
Imported and\Dome*
tie CIGARS,
Deetpnad expraaaty for the Retail TraJa Haaae
tiw nta tail. S^Mwntalier th* alMe, foot of
reerl Street.
r=-
Delain^,
'Stable Dry Goodj,^
Balmoral Skirt%
1
Piece Goods,
oi I i
CIIA*. K. HOWARD,
eions CHy, Iowa, Sept. SJ. IMS.
JiWT VATlOSiL QRMJERI
—AMD—
PROVISION STOBF,.
r-'iU
I wnnld roayectfully an noun re to lb* ciUa*eaof
PlciU City. Dakota and Nabraaka, that I bate
«l*aed a otor*- v* fftaart efcMtt, In tho hnitdlnc
fonaarly ao. upiod bf A. llaMnfrr »he aaU of
'H r£A S,
com%
slices, rzrr,
STA/tCTT, SALER
JSl\TMKG.tiOA 7 OH A CCO
CltTARS, .VATCtTES, DRIED
%4$RF.KN
FRVIT, OYSTER
SJ n DIKES, RAISIXS,
JPIG& KVT& EVC.
And ovary article nitmlly kept In a OroMi-y Stisra!
The MiMio are InVMwi to call eM «o« m*. f* li
ehaet* fur oealt. A will tha kigkaet mackst
fuce for
Batter, Bg«s, Chlckeas, Etc.
Eomemlior Hie plalfe—A. lTaaa' eld stand, corner
Fsart aud SecOaAetrM.
tyw at,, iota, ifrfr'*.11'',*0***
ASH hotel
TRI8
tut
iLtoxif 33. "T-
fTotcl ha* re«Htly boon fnhrH and
thoroughly roncrated aad nrllttud tliroi|)(lu»ut
a»4 uvw otl«ra aaperb^r acromiuodation* t« the
traveling public. Trateler* will hitrn find gotid
Stabling, Water, and all the ooaetatoaoeo aoeae*
attry tor their •»ari«(actor) accoiaiuulMiiou.
QROCBttVESI GK9CERIEI!
K
Co.,
40 bprrets D.
Si.
R, erhUkef
20 half barr»-U D. Si f. whiskey,
5 barrels Old Rye,
2 irrels of Gin,
2 barrels of brandy,
10 harrels malaVaes,
65 barrels salt,
50 kegs of nails,
20 barrels of sugar,
10 sacks of coffee,
20 b'olfl. apples,
5 bbls. peaces
.Glass,
Putty,
SOAP,
5
... i
5
etc.1, etc., ect., etc.
41
Bed steads, assorted,
2
41
Double mattrasses,
2
41
Single mattrasses,
2 Double lounges,
1 Siiti ie lounges,
I
44
Tii. safes.
jitly3-M L.V. »A«MVH.
OITJT
DRUG STORE!
Sign o li
I
fur Ci*h. "'Jrei"!!!!.!*," t". S. Homlsi,
TV. A F'LLVSKB 3T
!M*MK ©»y, T«wa. Auj.18. IM6
*0.
Sn-)i a* r» ttf« iu ii»e n OMt it* *ehu©t*.
Wj»t? !'af»«i «n Confer. »n'i( a hirse
be^utUul ti--ilin(iit u| itillifii'«
Ten. A IM..^pHiilii inj'i. pro pa ed
(.li.c-, sin! il.ii'iik'a i^hh-ut.
B'T IIOI I! NO
MIscellanecns. Miscellaneous.
PARMER'S
Sash,
Tobacco,
Salaratus,
Lead
ShaV'
Candles,
Giniw,
1
Starch,
Shot,
Powder, ko.
Furxutuxe! Furniture!
i t»ji»t !.»•:«i i'
Jut r«c*lT«d and for sale
30 doz. Common a&d fins chairs,
W
44
Wood aud cone -seat rockers,
11
Cbilds table msd rocking chairs,
5 Office chaiM,
1 Card and Centre Uhles,
2
41
Breakfast tables,
1 Dining tables,
1 Common wash stsnJ*,
1
41
Bureau's with glass,
.title lforlat
«e.l»Pi!ARL
AII atvi mrac
of lr«igs and ^Iriliciitea, an*i eveiy
Ibiji# pai tAiiiinx to the trn- lu»inr»i »l as»«ri- i
tnen 11 I -true :t ml coHipl'-tc "iitlt'ari ii^aifi i I'licle
of Metlirtu .• i n he rent :ni«Ti i o i ht it*!*M a
of li t- 1 i in a Iu a(IJiu«» tJ tbe regular Kruf
btiaine**. i k#ei
cjmiui'iit to
xi.ta.'iti! th»ta to the wotire
*i I'.nii.Iy a*
u*ii *. 1.1 ken i n
cb.in^i loi ^uuia
l*Iij slriaits l*rrsirrIp1loua
Acnratel tispenstwl.—All tUe ntOvl rolial«1«a»4
popular Patent Medicine* kept.
janol-fiS KENT.
t4\li:L DEXEEI,
BUGGY, CARRIAGE AND WAGON
MANUFACTORY, I
Water Street, betweea 3rd aai 4th,
Adjoining B. Lnee'* Blarheiaith Shop,
SlOt'X C1TT, ...IOWA.
1
AM now prepared to furniah tha
pnl lie with anvthhiR in mv line
I'luinpaa on ternie which will dwfy
I'dipriition. I am r«T^:\ii)g mate-
rial direct troin C'licinii.iti. «hi:!i «iiI rtiuMe ml
to a»U chea|xr than an eaiahliKlunrnt in the
Koithweet All woi k wariituieti to i'ive mtire aat
lsfa( t:oa. Jobl.lnp of every 1#»rrtptiori promptly
atlondod to u reakooaUlo tornu. None eio«pt
romi^teut worknicn employed. Tbe public patroa
a^e roaperlfully aolk-lted.
D\KIKL DCJtKEN.
fltoax City. Juue S4th. ISS6—tf
srorx
CITY
HARDWARE STORE
Trect'lvin
HE underaiftied baa oa hsn^and ia acitataetif
new ailditiou* to li!* alock of
.HjMIDWARH*
i
A«l(IICt!|.TfaAL-
iarf* :tn wSC|I.DIMO
ISA
i.er, ia
1
M. C. AW. Prapriatef..
*tsW 4 la« U
ATKR1AL.E,
AII of it wili b* aol at greaUf «e4ece4 prieaa foe
Cash, to *uit the tint**.
.1 i.'ttftiWVrrGKE. 'v
|S#Mt -Sifa^f tbeMill-a«w,
iv^n ic K.
VO KIJKltKli. ra. WILLIAM FEAM*.
To Wuli.dn
.11
K1 mur
Plr
V
ou art* hereby notifl-! fhnt ther*
IIk«
TB'fendln^
HKlltOl NEXICOi
1
1
$3fl,O0tl,OOb LOAN
—er
TMB-
Republic of Mexico.
Twenty Year Oupon Hands in Shim vf
$00, flOU, $500 aiid $1000.-Inter
est Seven per cent.. jayable in
ihe Citp of Xet? York. Prin
ciple and Interest Viy
ubte in GOLD!
Sio 0'»i ,000 to Iw auld at Sistr Cent* ea tho Dollar,
tn II 9. OirrMff. th»M an Iwleieat of li
PER •'KNT. IN FOLD. »r 70 PKU CKST. in CLIt
A£NC V, at tbe praaoat rata of tivld.
The First Y«ar'a Intrreat Already
Provldetl-^'Vlte M«at UcatralUe la
vsatmenf Ki tr Offered.
Ininiensc trarti of »n1 Agricultural
Lamls *ixtv per cent, of Port dues, Jmpurta ai.d
TH*-».
in fho State* if TamattHpaa and Sant.uia
Potoni «ml tUe |i!ij, !i!ei! luith of the cai'! .State*
an i the Ucnerul liur^rnweut ara all pleilged lor
tha roiicu.ptiuo o: tlieae Uunda ai.i ynjmeut of
^•w,' ,.-r •...
Secirit•-!is
V
1
Tfrn
1S05
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i lid
s fVwIe^Tj,
am!
Tftkuci'O an Tig*re.
r.rij'j. i. a:i I
Sc"H It
I:II!,I
1'iiif (Trench
I raltd
V,
I'M* I'ott
HMU
Miwi
IY
iUfa. I'lirp ("iiu nn1 UIIHI -\Uo,
Ca»ili*.« of all r:ii'ictioa •Htatioiiarir
alar£pfc«viai\. nuibi icji.i IJlauk Uooka,
eeSWa* Jonvn:Us Sm !iook*.£t. 4j
RTI* \T«ST
Ap?rdr« dl Scliot! nookfi,
Kw&ijkH
t"0 in tT. 9. Currency will buy a 7 par cent. QolS
So^.
in lr. 9. Porrane* will hujr a 7 par eeat.dolf
B.-I. I «f flOU.
S3') lit I Cuxxapcy lu*a per eeni Gold
B. ii'l «.f
in ti. S. fiifFenfcy WRl buy a 7
Zliclcs AXXd "2P
w
T.
IPO
A Alltion.
•Mp r'-arle*
Hi .i.it,' A- Co
I
!t.
Avert, K»»j.
First
?afii
Pfout.eei'a lAuk ...
yon lit
e.rd*r
1* IHW
op Sle in th» oCloo Of ttie 4 !*rk of. the l»iltnct
f'onrt Qf Woodbury Ciiunty, Slut- nf wa. n peti
tion (f loaacO. Kerberclaiiniiikc of yon the auni of
t'i^lit hundred dollar* inoue.v due fi binmh of
Va rilllty ill it ilceil I x.H'utcd by you, iHi'l for ex
peaaen nnd eti^ta tnrnrret by
Kti I*mu- I'. F:ir-
in
IUI
action bri'iuh! by a |M.rly
to whm h" had svl'l a |Hrtion of lb. I..ul ou r
tA'n to Conveyed tn hliu by y« by »avl deed,
haid IfUtiou fnrber auk* lorn writ ol at t^chui-nt
a^aiuot your propwrty ami credit". Kuw,
you pp.'»r and niinwcr tx -aid petitionb«!oic imoit
of tbe *eci»nd day of tho next if mi at the HUt riot
C'ouut to be lieptn and liniden lit iotix Cil. unh
I i "i in mtd li'j tvii'l conn
t^. S. RevenneStojtip 5» ct* My, on the thir«l
(_ m... ...... i Monday of April,
A. 1., lSb#, u dtifault will be enti led a^nitntl yuft
anfl Jndgtnent YMidered thereon for the full nm.'uot
claimed tugeiher milh *it«ree' aadnwtH of nut.
iAC Cv I VKUKU,
ia Alt'). /'IBM CruBlKR
""I
w-e« 1
1
p^r-aat.
.-:.d of
I.«'t avos'v '.iirt-r of Rapublioaa Tnaiitutioaa
buy at lea«t ONK l'.iVl).
Otrcular# fji w.«i.lei. «:r-''i^'ena raesived
by JOHN W.Co|»LI A to and
J. K. TUfiT, FHIMI -ml 'Ajfeiit of tl.e Republic of
MaxiCO. 37 UrowJway, fiew York.
?ula, ripti:n* alio received by Baaks aad
Bandera gep|i'»ily lbr iiglj ut the U. 8. tm
M:W GOODS ISM
James Hutchins,
MERCHANT TAILOR.
Sloti* illy, Iowa.
WPIIM rai|ectf'iliy
Mft.
:-ne
TREbr, lieatOtty
anneunaa to thacltl-
Siau* iMk' ta Teiriiory, ai.d
H.
Nortb Western Xafcraafca, that ha*iu« an *ut,.e
now »t..ck i
Noi tb -Wes
now »t..ck
Cloths, Chisittieres and Veitimgn,
Flf .« r.nvr (•ropur^'l t.
of tut j: i u»
:*i«
!-lpi«li..y FalUr.J U iuteittoafc Kciifi. P»i
a»lf_ar' erduif 'o the w«r:?a
'Ihi ii»e i t» cr. t. till re
iiortli of
ifatiy Uue.. Store eu* tloor
BStore.
A K 1 111 ICUISS
Sicca City, Soytenabor, St, IM».
p. n. irninc co.,
Coiiimi.~sioii Merchants,
11S South V^'atcrSt.,
1
P. O. n*»i *9, CIIK ARO, tLL
the p»i» l.aae anrf »f all kip«la rf Pro.
UN e and .M«Tc!i*ii('iie. P»riiciiiar a!ttu: t«
j»nl to the ante of
txn
I: EXCES'
Siom |rt|
'"it^. low*
:.....Yai,l fun li T.
......Kpi't I-»iti». 1 uw».
..t«Ur Karinla, Io«a'
..... ........Chi Vigc, Ili
i,iil ttank ....
BOOT«SHOE STOR E.
HT
Sam'l. Erummann.
Itaotly on ha«4 a larf« et^ek ef
Children's. B'* and
I keep ronataatlj
Women's,
"uetiM made ots and
M1( «. „F•
Sio us riijr, Iowa, Sept. §0, lSffr.
H. «RABEIl*S
e o Is.
1
y IBs
N,JMens|L(L
tnd kind* Al»o, I.eathi r. 1 ait*, aek*,
P-t*. A.-., toaupply ibe tra.le. Ou*tom WCrk and
Kepainng don« t»» older, aud iu th* beat atyt*. All
».ik \urrailed.
*0" 8lore on Poarl Street, one doer aoulh *f Dr.
Kent'a l»iug biora.
KKl-MMAMM.
fiiorx CITY tori.
lii^DALL
Th* proprietor will e»mmen*e
_^HiAnina ait ItxpieM a* above on or
iter l*t,
18*6—loaviug
MOIIS ity,EFT
t'Olor^ i len
foiloot
On 'LKtay*. fir RANIiAbl^. nnd iutaratoefSto'
point*, retnrninK on k'rlOay of »aid week.
•T Pack.iReamnit be delivered
ID
the oflloepriec
to leaving for the ali ive.
ear I'ackajee and Parrel* roMt bo put np ta
focd
lo present ilamasinit by tranaportatioa.
—. A. II tiKAItEK, rroprietur.
Oau.lt S*tiM. Ageut.
SJaaa CUf»lo«a, Aug. ioih, if«*.
9IORRI9 Irlli:\rt¥ 4
Oeitcral band Agent
»*. i 2.
DKHIfOK .OUAWrOKP CofNTT
w
CO
!OV A
I t.l. p.ij n e throughout li •State wil're
drew l.aihi* *iHI for Ta*M will fnrnieh
Sliai'l*(
I
Tittle buy nn.l *»lt
I.ANTM
tni*»ioii ol.taii, patent* tor tio\ei nmenT
mi Cnn
I.HIKU
Survey nml examine lainU in peion. and (five dta
cription of same, ind ttie di«t.iii i of he bmnl (ron
the County Scat, !'i«il^r. U.n»l», Stream*, etc.
Fitly luMisand Acre* el ch 'Ke Pt atrie and Tinfc
ber band t.»r eaio. «».«! *e!ac i..»* ar t|»r l^catir*
Of and Wnri.tiit*rua*tantly on bi*i.
.laid Ct M. MtUrSBT A tUI.
B.O .IMtBeOM, I U«l
Hut nun tu Joy,
TOItNEYEat L^w Sloe* _Clfy low! Wtt
practice ia th* Cuarto Of Io«a and Korthea
Ktbritla Offe® DeagUtfltee
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