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s .Editor and Publisher Toledo, Iowa, Ti««iar» April in 1851« -«•—I—1— 1 MISS FANNIE A. FRAKRE, TEACH BK or ISTIRMEDIATE DIVARTMENT. i. The Modoc Massacre. Chief land others, who asked for ccr tain reservation, which ti e Cotnmis «*Vb»i^hl could not grant. Alter a ConlereVico of VeVtte length, which ap peared to have been quite eaifsia'clo fry the Modoc*, the Chief changed bis position and snapped a cap at General Canby. Immediately he cocked his pistol And tired billing the CenerAl ihstantly. A number ot •hols were fired and Commissioner Thoihaa was also killed. This is briefly the case: and as one reads the account of this and like deeds of Iho Indians, the blood almost con geals ih our veins, and the spirit ot desperateness arouses itself iu spite of all the human feelings, to which Our nature is susceptible. Wilhobt •topping here to recommend the se verest Vsilence to the obble red —Tie rapiui-y as ao• me views id the kaleidoscope, we express the hope, tiiat government will take (he propt ft lion to put an end to the Mo loo War: and that Captain Jack will kave to atoHb for the killing of so gal font a soldier and so valuable a man as General CAriby by the loss of his own lite. Milwaukee Correspondence* Mr. Editor:—In tbe Ciiiios'Icli ccrldin exacting co: poration that has klready sapped IcorV's oi hafd toilers along its line between the two groat riyci*. Very truly, last iTbe ireacheroua assassination Saturday of Brigadier General. Canby •Ad commissioner Tlionlas liy tile 3ftfdoc Indians lft tbo Inva beds of Sui'ltien '^regon, is "s oi the tnost 4|,Urdly acts io iho entire catalogue Ol trimta perpetrate tiu Indians, tile hope ol wlooe ultimata e::terrat* nation altt!f*l crowds itsolt upen one Ht such horrors are not old ed and (llaced beloru us. A year ago a portion ol land in southern Oregon #as set apart to the rebeliorts portion 41 Modoc Itiiliirts, and ittrtoft tirtio ffca bfeen spent try hi v to get tliera 10 settle on tfco rtserValioo thus provided by the Governments thus ttV to flo effect'. A Peacfe Comtuis Kon war appointed and last Friday ft nntaber ot Indians and squaws Ircrtt in the camp of the United Slates troops, with the the l'oace Commissioners, from whom they ac cepted presents of various kiuds.— A message was sent lo Captain t'Aek, Hie Mmlne Chi« t, lor a iVafb te'uhi toissiou lo take place next Iftor'nSrtg St a certain point will foot tfi'e limits Ol the camp, and was acccpled. At the lime and place designated the Commissioners, accompanied by Heueral Cabby, met the Indian of t&o 10th inst. I find an item to tbe -Meet that the Sabula, Ackle^ & Da Itota railroad has passed into the binds ot the Pennsylvania Central and with it the whole of the system of roads operated by the Milwaukee and St. Paul Company. This latter loonipany owns Mearly sixteen hund Wd niites or roid, the ninety miles tbe Sabula, Ackley 'Jb Dakota now finished being part of it. Ot all of this system of roads they lease none The rumor that the Penn«y!vania Company has absorbed the M. & St. t*. grew oi of the fact that when the litter road completed its new line to Chicago in January it obtained right bl Way and laid its trick tire heart of the city, taking d((tot accommo dations with the former rdad. By this arrangoment tho M. fc St. I': ttirrfes from any point on its line di l-ectly to the Atlantic coast ilrtd the same points are erialiled to receive freights, witbotit breaking bulk, from any of the eastern markets, I do not know whether work will be immediately continued on the S. A* A D., but I am siire that no nine Ijr miles ot read oper&ted by the company has given a more profitable business during the pist winter. In deed the busimiss offered has been much more than the toad could do and I ain sure, also, that the com pany is not one to let a bdy lie around idle who caii carry so profit: ablr a grist 16 its mill. It anything can detain tlie prosecution of work Oil t!H* Hew Io#a road, it will be the Met that tHe St. Croit land gran* recently obtained by the M. §t P. requires tho construction of over three hundred miles of road into the Superior r. gion, and ft heavy cbn tract of this is laid out for the crtin Hig summer. It may ae well be set tleJ, however, that the Sabula, Ack ley is Dakota will not atop till the etigines of the Milwaukee A St. Paul Uompany wink their weather eyes at the muddy water of tin Missouri itnl tlie products of a portion of towa have found a new up t'n^ transportation able to enj»« with a J. R. Stiwabt. IIilwaukki, April 12, '73. killed Hear Belle Plathei On Friday evening last lis the Pftcitic Ktprvs*, due at lielle l'laine) at 10:38 was descending the grade east ot town, and when about three foutihs '5! a mile east a man was discovered lying on the track.— The engineer immediately BOdti'd the alarm and by using the 'whistle Strove to aruttse the victiiri. Failing in this he applied the air brakes and re versed the engine bttt all to no|pilr pose, the grade being very h"avy uiid this added to the momentum ol the train lira whole train passed over him killing him instantly. Assistance was immediately smUuioned and a number repaired 16 the spot. A lior Hd sigUt there atVaitcd their viseion. hying across the track was the body of a man badly nnUilatcd. The cars had passed over the body just above the hips severing it nearly in two. The left leg was severed froirt the body and was lying a fihdrt distitrlbe from the trunk, the right liana was smashed on tho rail, the heart and in wards lying beside the body on the ground and in addition t* the left let being severed from the body the knee was badly ciit and mutilated. The sad unfortunate resided a short distance trom where the accident oc curred and was on his way home when, being intoxicated somewhat, it is supposed he becama drowsy and sought sleep on the track trom which all endeavors failed to arouse hiin in time to prevent the sad occurrence. The unfortunate man was a Bohem ian by birth, and was employed iu tlie brewery at ^lielle Plainc. lie leaves a wile and children ta movira his sad and unlimelv death. Editorial notes. Stokes, the Fisk ii'urderer, has been granted a new trial. This has been a spring of deluges, Rivers in all parts of the country, particularly the East, have been on tbe rampage, and immense damage has been dono. Ceotervillo hn hi 1 a $3,0)0 fire, in which ten head ot horses were oou sumed. Hon. J. M. $eoibtlry, of Mar shalltewn, died of consumption Mon Hon. G. W. McCrary member of Congress from First District, has addressed a card te the Keokuk Qate City, uonce rning the back sala steal. lie says:111 have not received and do not intend to accept, the back-pay voted by the last Congress to its members, nor any part of it. As soon as I am advised (as I have not yet been) ot the amount of tli mon»y placed to my credit as back pay, I intend to order its return to the Treasury of tho Unined States, and, if found practicable, its ap plica tion lo the reduction of the Nation al debt." Tho Waterloo Courier give the particulars of a tsa'so of intanlioide that occured at Cedar Falls recently. Tbe child was about two months old born out of wedlock, and was thrown iuto the river from the bridge by the father. The parents of the child live in Pottowattoraie Co. and were in Cedar Ealls visiting hor pa rents. The Courier says "there is no hanging inlowa lor such, but there is a hell in future/' A large number of Grape vines waa killed during the winter, and as a oonseqtience the grape crop of '73 will likely fall a'nort of that for the past few years. R. D. Bell of Mt.Vernon, mention ed in our last issue as being acessory td the sriitle ot abortion in the case ot Mrs Gladstoue, had a prelimiary ex aminat on before His Honor, the Mayor of Marshatltown, who consid ered the evidenae insufficient to bottnect him (Bell) with the act,— In speaking ot him the Marshall Timet says: "The evidence to us is clear that he tBell) had seduced this womae.provted to be reputabletunder the promise Of marriage then refus to fulfill nil promise, and drove her in a state ot trendy to commit the act, or procure some on to do it which was ended by sending her to tbe grave, and bowiitg the Head bf an Aged father in aorfow Snd shame, The city of San SalVrt'lor, Capital ot the Central Auicrican Itepubli, was destrove 1 by ah earthquake tllat occurred March 4tli. It is «-ftlitilstcd ihat 8i10 lives were lost a i I the des tructidn of property will hill little if any, short of t*elv« itiillidti* dollars. This ik the third tiine that bity has been visited by earihrjiidkes within the latt score ol year* ami consider ing this, it is possible some lime •ill elapse before that place will again be ir.habite by so lar^e a persons (20,000 to 25,000). Hon. Erdftltta Wells M. C. ot ftlistburi has suggested the propriety of dalling a meeting of western Con gressmen at St. fsobis. for the pur pose of consideiing questions ihat are vital to the people df ttib Missis sippi valley. With the Davenport Gazitte we second the motion, as we believe pome good could not help resulting fr'dm such a Meeting. General eferson C. Davis, not tbc ex President of the so called South ern Confederacy, has bqen instructed to take the place rendered vacant by. the murder ot Gen. Canby. Toledo towsbhip census.—-Mr. G. \V. Sweat, township assessor for Tole do township, has tarnished us tho following figures, taken from his books which were last week completed. Of course the fig ures apply only to that portion of the township lying outside the cor poration limits of Toledo. Tho enu meration ot all live stock includes only such as is over one year old, except in the ease of swine which includes all over six months old. N umber of White males, 3*25 females 800 Voters 133 militia 88 of foreigners not natural ized, 1G Acres of land improved 6,602 Bushels of wheat raised to '72, 2 t,t98 Corn C3,»05 Oats 14,482 Pounds of wool clipped 2,168 Total value of land, $155,315 N umber ofcattlo 628 Value $8,104 NumlJcr df hog*" 878 Value *12,971 N umber ot mule* and asses 0 Value $310 N umber of sheep 83!) JTaWiftci oi swifle Value $2 748 Number ol Vehtclei 20 Value $5Gi Monies aud effedits $3,807 Value of taxdbfe Idtttt machine ry and Household goods $1,61*3 Amount exempt from taiatidu on account ot orchards and Forest iree^ $1,800 Proo ee dings OF THE B0A1D OF SUPERVISORS, ov TAMA COUNTT, IO\fA. Aprli Session, A. 0. lS7l. Toledo, Iowa, April 1, aqua that tiho tolilB of AutfiMIr lie *p proved. Carried. 1873, 1 o'clock, p. m. Board met pursuant to law: present, poyneer ani aqua. Proceeded to exami nation of claims. Adjourned until 7} o'clock, p.m. Board met pursuant to adjournment. Qaorum present. Proceeded to examination of olaimi. Adjodrned to 8 o'clock, a. m., April 6. Met pursuant to adjournment. Present, Poydeor, Jsqua and Ramidell. In tbe mat tar df tlie vacation of the C. £. Hayes' road, Otter Crook township—moved by Mr. Jaqua that the abtibdoftbe Auditor in this caso bo approved. Seconded. Adjourned until 1 o'clock. Board met pursuant to adjournment. Querum present. Board proceeded to spaminatioa tf €, E. Ilays' road. Board proceeded te a vote 'en notion of Mi. Jaqua. Motion lost. Moved and seconded that the further ao tion upon the C. E. Hayes' road bo postpon ed until 9 o'clock, a. m., April 9th. Carried. Petition of O. O. Mason, vice-President of the Waterloo, Belle Plaine k North Mis souri R. R. Co., presented and filed, and tho following adopted. WiicasAS—The Board of Supervisors, at their regular term, in September, 1872, woro restrained by a writ of injunction by the Judge of the Circuit Court from levy* ng a certain tax of five per eent. on the taxable property of York township, to aid in tho construction of the Waterloo, Belle Plaine and North Missouri railroad, as tbe same was certified to by the clerk of the election at which said tax was voted and Whssxas, The said, writ of injunction was dissolved at tbe February term of the District Court, and the said railway compa ny have filed a petition, asking that the said tax be now levied. Now thfcrefbre, b,u Rttolved,- -That we no# make said levy of five per cent on the taiable property of York township, ae certified by the Clerk of eai election, and hereby instruct the Aud itor to enter said tax on tho tax list, for the year 1872, And cbkrge the same to tho County lreasurer, and take his receipt for the saice. Carried. In the ihatter of tho George MeKuno load in 88-16, called up piireiiaiit te re«o l.itioa of January term, moved by Mr. Adjeurnid ilillil 7} o'clock, p. m. 7 o'clock, p. a. Board mot pursuit It! adjournment. Quoruin present. a* Proceeded to examination ot elaiaa. Adj«tt*M% until 8 o'olook, a. n». April 1%•. ____ 9 th. The Waterloo Grange nominations for Goveruoa and Lieutenant Gover nor liirns out to be a tarce about the size ot an April fool sell." Instead ot it ""being the voico ot twenty granges it was ot two. The Granges in Blackhawk County ara quite in diguant that the ioke was so effectual ly perpetratedj but then it gave some an opportunity ot shooting their lit tle guilt at the candidates. The Cedar Rapids Republican fired the coarsest shot but then the joke dwindles a little, when it is pretty generally un derstood that the gun from which the shot come, does not hold forth ih the Republican editorial room, but in a law office of that city. 8 o'cloet, April 4th. Boird not pursuant to adjournment, Present, Poyneer, Uamadotl and Jaqda. C, 1. Hayes* road case oalled of and ac tion postponed until 9 e'clock, toft init. Proceeded to examination of •laims.' Adjourned until 1 o'clock-, p. m. Met pursnaa to adjournment. Quorum present. Moved that the Auditor be instrfoStld to deliver up ineuranee f9licy in And**, and rainaure in Amaton company. Carried. Mated that the Auditor scad far 4 af the Codo of Iowa, U teoa a* published, for tbe county. Carried. Adjourned txsttil 7} o'cleck, p. m. 7} o'clock, ff. *. Board met pdrsuaat to idjoTtntilMtt. Quoram pratent. Proceeded to examination of claims. Adjaurn*#-until 8 o'clock, April 1(HV. 8 o'clock, April 10. Board mot pursuant to adjournment. Present, Poyneer. Jaqua, and llamedell. Retolved—That in the matter of the pe tition of Chester liayes, and other*, for the vacation arid relocation of road as describ ed in their petition, that the »ame be grant ed as reported by Commissioner, on cendi. tion that the said ltaycs give sufficient bend Ic tlie Auditor te grade the hill on tho line of said road, four feet, and build two culverts hot less than foitr fefet wlae oi! Ca'rried. v S i i y Petition ef Peler Wert et als, betweon Clark and Perry townships referred to Ramsdell and Jaqua. bridge petitien of Jehn Stewart, et als, Perry township, referred to Ramsdell and Jaqua. Bridge petition of Alleil Hifey et als, for bridge in Richlaud township referred Id Ramsdell and Poyneer. Petition from Ileel Sabin, et als, for bridge in Richland towldhip referred to Ramsdell and Poyneer. -Petition from D. W. W'nterstein, York Township, referred Jto Poyneor and Rams dell. Petition from C. E. Covol, et als, for bridgo in Salt Creek township, referred to Poyneor and Ramsdell. Petition from T. A. Dowd, ot als, Otter Creek township, referred to Poyneer and Ramsdell. Petition from James Burgs, et als, for bridge in Tama township referred te Pey neer and Ramsdell, Petifieln from E. Ramsdell, Richland lownship, for bridge, referred to Poyneer and Ramsdell. The matter of building West Iriidg bridge referred to PejMeer and RamsBell to biiilit. Moved tint the following olalm* le$ed. Carried.' 8CHEDULE OP CLAIMS ALLOWED B\' THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, Of TAMA COUNTY, IOWA, AT THE April Term, A. D. 1873. witness raits. Claimed. Alio $1 10 George Young Way W White Vines VTtavft U U *1) 2 30 1 id 2 :!0 3 00 1 so 5 80 1 SO 1 80 i Wilgen Wilson John JI VoorilB llmpe i A 8prneo Stephen SmiUl AStoller Seward Stioist l'iften ',-j W McKenito 8 McKeauan C. E. Bodfisll S I) Mason J. H. MorsS Perry Long Patriek Long James Logan Isaao Kreighb'tuni Joeephlneck John Hornbook Chee Gould Jamee Ilaniff# CS Guilford iotin Dugan s 00 3 00 John C'hickal '2 20 2 20 Josepfi Cross 2 30 80 C. P. n. Barker 1 10 1 10 II W Boyntoa 1 10 1 10 Alice E Brush 2 10 2 10 Oscar W Brush 2 10 S 10 N Bailey 1 10 1 10 Blinn 3 60 8 60 CUU 0# attOtlON. A N Bates 00 3 00 Hiram Frank 8 00 8 00 Gaston 3 00 8 00 Lauderdale 3 60 3 60 Warren Roger* 2 00 2 00 Stoddard 8 33 8 33 8 11 Tedford 00 8 00 ihiMi: Belden 20 60 20 60 Jackson RinW 10 09 10 00 Jocob Yeissr 20 03 20 00 UltllOIt. E 11 l'oineer 30 00 30 00 W Sweatt 63 00 63 00 II Withington ]60 00 60 00 TOWNSUtP CLKKKS. E Jenks 4 00 4 00 Winn 10 00 10 00 If WinterstSli! 25 00 26 00 Broek 32 16 22 16 W Holstead 2 00 2 00 coxajAMU. W Appelgato 10 00 0 25 Sianlev Bartlett 1 P5 1 96 S KartleU 35 9 66 E Oallien 6 20 6 20 Geo W HeatM 10 55 10 59 Said road. Carried. Resolved That one thousand dollars bounty be paid by the county or Tama for the discovery of the first bod of coal in said county, itft loss than three feet In thickness. Carried. In the matter of the Melvina Buaker road in township 8, range 14, action of Auditor approved. Adjourned until 1 o'clock, p, H, 8 u Civrrled. Mason ti id 6 15 McAllister 3 45 2 45 do 21 45 21 45 Wilson 23 0(1 23 00 8 Bailey 5 30 5 30 do 2 00 2 00 TtWttKM. Bonney 8 60 8 50 E Covel 1 00 1 00 A Cbilds 7 60 7 60 11 A Hartshorn 10 !0 10 90 Andrew Law 6 60 6 60 Mills 25 50 *5 50 Giles Taylor 7 50 7 60 E Wing E Wing Wylfe I» WiutersUi!ii Wylfe I» WiutersUi!ii I o'clock, ft m. Board met pursuant to aJjoifrdniettt. Quorum prlsent. Proceeded to examination of claims. Adjourned until 7J o'clock, p. m. Met pursuant te adjournment. Querum present. Proceeded to examination ef claims, Ad^ouraoe aatil 8 o'eledk, a. in:, April 11th. o'oloek. a. m., April li. Iioard met pursuant to adjournment. Quorum present. Moved that the Auditor he ^tlihorir.ed U move partilitka iu Court lioii'c, repair chimneys, plaster roouii kit [Ha^e tfeathcr strips on doors. i i i i e i o i- Moved that Messrs Peyneer and Ritoii dell be special committee to superintend building of Indiaa Town bridgtf Carried. Bridge petitien of H. A. Dale et als, Car roll township referred to Jaqua and Rama dell. fetifion of D. Gr^nt, et als( Perry and Carroll township?, referred to Jaqua and Ramsdell. 7 00 7 00 E Wing Wylfe I» WiutersUi!ii 0 00 9 00 9 00 9 00 COtTHTT orriCKRS. E iiielby S 60 6 60 do 29 72 29 72 Knight Dett^t 80 25 80 20 S Ouilford 150 00 150 00 lltird Ofll 00 90 00 do 00 92 00 do 13 00 13 00 W Holsteaa 149 00 149 00 Clinton Olney 90 00 90 00 Stivers & Safley 248 05 248 68 Wilson 150 00 150 00 rooa CLAIMS. A Wright 8 60 3 CO Ella Slielten 28 25 28 25 Strong 4 00 4 OO II E l'.nmsdoll 00 13 4G XIBCSLLAf gelS ti 60 Strong VV Jons ton & Co 1 45 Appelgato 3 00 Baldy 3 00 Te William Sfaavei Y* 10 1 10 1 80 i 10 1 10 1 10 10 'J 00 8 60 2 00 2 80 2 10 80 2 00 2 80 1 10 2 00 2 80 A Graham W II Graham PUBLIC SALE OF SCHOOL LAND. V OTIC? is hereby give?,- that I will on il tho S9th day of Apnl, A. 1J 187-1, at tbe hour df two o'clock P. M,, at the front door of the Court House, in Toledo, Tama county, Iowa, offer for sill? and sell, to the highest bidder, provided tTie saute brings the appraised value, tbe following describ ed school land, to-wit, The northeast quarter [J] of section No. sixteen . in township No. eighty six , north of range No. fourteen  west of theoth P. M. Terms t—One fourth cash down, the bal ance in t*n years, with annual interest at the rate of ten per cont. per annum. March 24,1373. 38 00 00 S'mith A Br4 13 4G 18 46 Mathews 17 01 17 01 do ,50 'J-3 68 95 W joHtfstcrt Cd 15 do 15 00 do ,8 00 5 00 do 12 57 12 67 Hudtieu & Gliddeii 0 30 6 30 do lb 15 15 15 do 2 26 2 21 HC llutsdi 11 25 25 do 1g od. If 00 dJ .4 5t* .4 50 Oalley T8 1Q 78 lo do 30 K 'f3si do 38 31 ft Goodell k Kerd 2 75 2 75 Joseph Cass 72 50 6 i.0 Joseph Cass S Fostor 30 0 30 0 Win Calkins 10 00 10 00 Wesley Caiip S Fostor '^orniLiis Weaver E. J. Wilcei Robert I'urker John II Posted Joseph Maiden 5ol Hf^uo Shoff S Oi 8 02 *ia u Hi-mK Drttva 2 IT 17 II Baldy 3 00 3 00 Diana Lewis 2S 0L Rejected. REFUNDIN0H. 6 60 1 46 8 00 5 00 4 *o 3 00 .8 00 Ulitin 4 Po n Beldett d( II Greed .8 0d Frank Harlan GO 0t S W Ingham 5 od ed 00 s uo 1 bo $0o Jaqua 00 A S McPhSfCMt 00 O'Connor ji 93 do 30 00 do 6 95 A N Poyneor 0 10 6 68 John Ramsdell 4 36 W E Newcomb fl 00 Republican printing od 203 60 Springer & Co 8 00 True 31 66 Wm Thompson Gil 00 W Walters 8 65 John Riley 2 00 A Dickerson 1 0(j Robert Crosbey 3 00 Warren Harmaa 7108 W Cambridge 65 23 00 3 00 71 08 30 66 Per diem of Board of-Supervisors of Tama County, for April term, commencing April 7th, and ending April 11th, in all five day« A N Poyneer, 6 days and 14 miles travel gg John Ramsdell, 6 diysand 13 mi'ee travel 2i 88 Jaqua, 6 days and 20 miles travel 22 4Cl We, the nlemiiers df the Board df Super vilBri, hereby certify that tH« above tier dink Is torrocl. fHOMAS 3. FREE, 13-16] AuditSK NOTICE OF BISOLUTIOX. The firm of Wallers & Reynolds has this day dissolved, by mutual consent—H- R. Reynolds retiring. All persons indebted to the firm or W. C. Walters will call and settle at once, as they must have a settle ment with all. WALTERS & REYNOLDS. March 26tli, 1873. All indebtedness of tlit firm assumed by W. C. Walters. 14-16 TO THE SUFFERING. The Rev. William II. Norton, while residing in Hrazil as a Mission ary, discovered in that land of med icnes a reffcedy lor Consumption, Scro fula, Sore itrdat, Coughs, Colds, Asth ma and NeK'ous Iveaknest. The rem edy litfS ciireri myself alter all other medicine had failed. Wishing to benefit tho auffuring, I \vill send the receipt for preparing apd using this remedy to all who de sire it FllEE ot charge. Please send an envelope, with your name and address on it. Address, Rev. WILLIAM II. NORTON, 070 Broadway, Dry A. N. POYJfEER, JOHN RAMSDELL G. JAQUA. THOMA§ 8. FttSI, Aaditor. ORIGINAL NOTICE. ed. $1 10 2 00 2 60 2 89 1 10 2 30 2 00 1 80 2 30 2 30 2 80 1 10 1 10 1 80 1 10 1 10 1 10 1 10 2 00 8 60 2 00 2 80 2 10 2 30 2 60 2 30 gTATE OP IOWA, TAMA COUNTY, S. 8. hereby notified that on or before the Uth day of April, A. B., t|,B1.e will be on file, in tbe office of .the Clerk of Circuit Court, of Tama Count*, Iowa-. th«°n 8' Ullu#' «l»i«uiog of you the satisfaction of a certain merteaee by Benj. II. Clair and wife, to you William k tTi°H ,0utb half of No. five ard the south half of lot No. two, block one i'n West Irving, TamaOountv low* i .1: a.,...a,n mi8n-.,'ng 00 th# T.wi 16il8 10 2 00 2 3d Moad at the Court Hnnu l2wetSr,htt*ua jud«ment QEOROB Raines Att'r for 1'laiutiif. t1 YOU in New York City. W. Ami. CVm'tf. Am? A?'. T. ^8 Stivers fe SiAay John Bafley I! A Hall John Doe 7 28 2 76 4 ,4 22 10 7*1 4 to 10 62 •2 31 3 10 71 :',2 17 81 Ti 10 70 4 70 16 ,V2 3 31 a io 5 7i 81 i\2 17 81 Glass1 ami (iuetus UTatv, Hats and Caps, Grtic^k^mrd^ ural Iiiiiikinents. Umbrellas. Parasols atul «. ORIGINAL NOTICE. gjTAt£ t)F IOWA, TAMA COUNTY, & lit The (S real Western Insurance Comnan Yo*r«re hereby notified that there is •*•(§,i" tbe office iJftl.e Clerk of the Circuit Court of Tama Couuty, Iowa, a petition of A. W. Guernsey, clkiming of yon N E W S O E Has just opened a new Store, near the" Elevator, whfrre can be bought, GROCERIES, DRY GO0ft8, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, QUEENS WARE, GLA&Sr WARE and WOODEN WARE, At the very lowest cash prices. His entire stock is jiew arid for sale, at any price. Call aild exiisLiiid purchasing slewherd THE PEOPLE'S STORE F. JUHNSfoN & CO., now open nml 011 Largest Stock of General cxliibitioii, tlio iu Tama tJoilnly, consisting of Domestic and Fine Dress Goods, Ready Madb Clothing, iTOI'iQiTS OF KflTlDS. Jitfr siKl t'if'ol.-irs'i i"oa'l ™ovcl"e",s. forllfoir object an,l| 2 06 30 00 05 6 10 i fi8 4 30 6 00 208 50 8 00 31 *5 69 00 8 $5 2 00 1 iMarU-fture GROCERIES, fol]dwinglr ^tSe^' at.8rca"y bUsTTlHES SATISFACTION 24tf Both as to QUALITY and Special Annoiincement. Goods, In addition to our former »and.ineeii«kt ifiaf ^uAlkk It Hats & QUEE.VSU WG ta^e special SOLo TB ORBEST coons tar A. Jbe May t.rnl of said Vm, forX y.^' or'siSl a n londay U/fdtR e O U Madered" fa 0° hundred and ninnty six m,j •,. Dollars with flfteHwt tMeHfeii "ft*, January 30ih lt!72 and cpeta as due IriW lor J^r.«y |»id? on efki behalf and services performed •or you, costs of protest of draft, and that writof attachment has TSeiuTssuo? ag!irffsr**y3w property. And otfless yon Mppettr thel*lo, amt d. fend, ort or before. «x»o, of fl»e second dar of flrtr ifttrt 'f*rnr of said CanH, jjjl May Term of said Court for the ve»r A 1 $!•!lacirciog the tiriM h—j.j of Miiy, A 1W3 at Ibo Court House\l Toledo iu said ooaa'.y defatttt Wili bfe'ti" and judgmcW fefijtft tered against you, ed thereon. STIVERS, 8AFLEY .J- WlfXKTr 13-19 At I ys ^or PlarertffVr 1 tf o u 'educed marginal eXa,m™ti0B Caps, their stock, c- W. F. JOHNSTON AND CO. Boots Sho# 1M, 0*' pit hi P^easu*e calling att«ntioo to nfiti mi e- w--a ko *l Jc-OlT L©fii €i* MORBE, TOLEDO, rOff'J.