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WAUEN HARMAN .Editor and Publisher Toledo, Iowa, Thnr»dar« June 5. 1SJ3. Republican State Convention OFFICE REPUBLICAN STATE 1 CESTRAI. CO*»HTT*B, rDcuiQtE, April I'ith, 187:1. k Convention of the Republican Tarty of Iowa will be hcll at Ses ifiinss, Wednesday, Jrae 2Sth, 1S73. ^Ajuimenc'ng at 11 o'olock, A. H.j for the urjoje of nominating A candidate for Governor. A candi'Iate for Lieutenant GoWnor. A candidate for Supreme Judge. A candidate for Superintendent of Public li (truciion. "jrtnjgemtntbetween tile bt, The ratio of representation will A Cf.ur.4jr ConTertion of (he Republican jaiiy, or lama County. Iowa, wiil be held fet (lie Csiyt lleu&e, in Toledo, on Saturday, June *21 st, 187:'., at one o'clock, p. for the purpose of selecting eleten delegate* to attend the State Contention. The ratio of representation will be one delegate for .each organiied township in the cotm'y. and in addition thereto, one dele* jraie for every tventy five Totes, or fraction «rTer iweUe \o'es eaft-'or Josiah T. ^oung. for Secret wj of State at the last general «cction. To-wiiships will be entideJ to 'he nnm tcr of delegates indicated by tht aecond coluion of figures. ftuckingham township, Carlton Carroll lark Columbia Crjstsl fie&eceo Grant lligliinnd (lowrrd 1 niiian Filiate Lincoln C'ceidi Oner Cre«k rry }:ichl!Hid jSalt re«Jt •pritig Creek finna Toll do York 78 4 105 & 46 62 3 C8 4 f6 107 5 21 2 arrangement with the Omaha Bridge Transfer company, 19 fraudulent, and that a great portion ofthe bonds of the Company was issued to cnrich the rcaitarrcrs of ibe company's affairs it is also claimed that the company (the Union Pacific) is insolvent, and that the earnings are inadequate to ineet the expenses of the company, and in addition thereto pay the inter est on thu outstanding bonds. The bill alleges that the management of the Union Pacific and Credit Mobil ier were identical, and that the latter received an extravagant figure for (.be construction of the road and that at least $1,000,000 was used in influencing legislation. We can but touch upon the salient features of this gigantic suit, which wejtrust w'll be rigidly prosecuted, that the corruption which has lurked within the management from the beginning witl be thoroughly ex posed. one flelfgftte for each organized County in the hintt. and in addition ihereo one delegate for eterj tw« hundred votes, or a fraction 4if over or.c imr.drcd totes, ca*t for Josiah T. Vounp for SecretaVy of Stale at the last (ijneral Election. JACOB men. Chairman Conimiitet. Republican County Conven tion* "Narrow Cuage Meeting. Tuesday of tlii« ww»lr in the day fired by Art. 19 of the People's Narrow Guage Railway for the elec tion of officers. A large number of stockholders from different points along the line of road came up Monday and TtK-sday to be present at the election, the result of which has been furnished us by Secretary Reichman. The following Directors were elected for the ensuing year: Geo. Shaw and II. II. Audresen of Davenport. L. II. Washburn, aud J. B. Dough erty, of Muscatinc. F. Bacon, ot Wilton. J. M. May, Robert iower of Ce dar couuty. Samuel Dice, Linn county. C. C. CI 3 94 o 204 1» 14 2 100 6 75 T1 4 175 8 221 10 n LaRue, Benton county. Wm. B. King, R. Reichmann, ot Tama county. C. F. fiarkson, Grundy. 4 126 6 V4 4 75 4 J. L. Estes, Ilardin. At a meeting oj ll.o Director! the following officers were duly elected Wm. B. King, Pres't. II. II. Andei •son, Vice Prea't. C. F. Clarkson, Treasurer. R. Reichmann, Secretary. The survey of the new road so far as lias been made shows that there will be less grading required than was at First anticipated. A meeting of considerable interest was jheld in Tipton last Saturday evening. 6 5)6 By ordtf .of ^Countj Central Committee. i. I. AI'PELGATE, Clmirn.nr. Republican State Ticket. For Governor, C. C. CAltrENTEll. JTor Lieutenant Governor, UXJJi. JO^EVH lVSliLl'P Subject to the tlcctslou ot tbfl Re publican State Convention. The Credit Mobilier Suit. The attorneys for the government iilcd at Hartford, Connecticut, on Monday, the 20th ult, the papers in the greatest tint on rccord, entitled, "The United States of America, vs. lhe Union Pacific Railroad Company and others." The r.ames of corpora tions against whom suit is brought, in addition to the Union Pacific, .comprise the Credit Mobilier of Amcrica, the Wyoming Coal and .Mining Company., the Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph Co., the Pullman ^Palace Car Co., and the Omaha iiridge Transfer Co. The list of in dividuals is iarge, and the suit is one ,in which more interest is centered •than any that ever came before the courts ot this country. The bill re Hjites the provisions of the act ot iCongresf, authorizing the bringing of «uit against the above named corpor ations. and the different acts creating organizations. It will be re membered that the government i«su #d bends .to .the amount of $*27,237, 000, for the benefit of the Union Pa ic'.fic, the bonds running 30 years. U"bc bill also slates that the .company Jias tailed to pay the interest, ana JLhat on the first day of January, last, .fhcre was duo the government from Willis source, the sum ol $6,108,709.77 making an aggregate of $33,435,221, JT7, and it iaiurther.claimed that ''the hole amount of the first mortgage londs, viz: $27,237,000 is also un |iaid, with llie exception of the inter nal on the land grant bonds, amount jfag to $10,400,000. There still re plains unpaid $8,811,050, and the Company claims the right to .go on .'ijpplyin^g the proceeds of sales j$t land to their liquidation, |jius exhausting the security of the fjnited States for the repayment ot jlteir bonds. Ten millions Income floods aro outstanding, as well as £2,468,000 of bridge bonds, while tic company lias a .floating debt o4 1^,000.000, and outstanding stock to, Ajbe amount of $30,762,300. The bill claims that the Iraee of the compa ny's coal land» is illegal that the ar- the railway and Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph crinpanj' a fraudulent device to joake money for the managers, and Jtprive the United Slates of its law fa} security and flieadvantage from £*id telegraph. The bill also claims that the ar rapgement tvitli the Pullman Palace Czx COM is n»aJ« I" tl*o interest 'C'.ayton County sends a flelega tion to the Stato Convention that will not support I). W. Adams for Lieutenant Governor, wlticli Is tan tamount to saying that Clayton will support benalor Dysart for that po sition. Sunday School Convention. MOXTOLK, May 2S, 1873. The 5th Annual Sunday School Convention ot Tama County met in the Congregational Church at Mon tour, May 27th, 1873, and was open ed with a prayer ami praise meeting, led by Rev. O, A. Holmes. The following committee was ap pointed to nominate ofliceis for the Associetion for the ensuing year Mr. P. Ilelm, Rev. O. A Holmes, Dr. Beem. Taina City was chosen as the place for holding the next aunual convcn tion. The report of the committee on nominations was accepted. The following named gentlemen were elected President, G. R. Stru ble, of Toledo Vice Pres. Chas. Ma son, of Waltham Secretary and Treasurer, J. W. Bealo, of Montour 2nd Vice Pres. Dr. J. B. Lonthan, of Chelsea 3d Vice Pres't, Frank Peugh, ot Tama. In the absence of the president, vice prenident Chas Mason, took the chair. The question—What aro the es aeutia/t of a good Sunday School was openeu by Rev. O. A. Holmes, followed by lievs. J. Kingery, F. Hurd, and L. Catlin. IIow can our teaching lo improv ed"?—was opened by. Rev. C. Sjott, followed by Prof. I. C.Millard, Iwv. W. S. Messmer, and O. A. Holmes. The Library—its use and abuse— opened by Rev. Wr. S. Messmer, fol lowed by M. Fulcomer, F. Hurd, After .listening to some excellent •music the convention adjourned to 7:30 p. in. The evening session opened with prayor by Revs. Holmes and King ery. A teachers' meeting was held by Prof I. C. Millard, in which a few judicious remarks were followed by a regular teacher's meeting. Temperance in Sunday School— led by M. M.* Avery, followed by Revs. Edwards, Fulcomer and King ery. Total abstinence irom all evil things was the watchword. Strong drink and tobacco Oi were last named corporation that the i Ivingcfy, Millard wJ Helm. 5"1MJ severely no ticed. Helps and how to we them—led by L. Bingham, followed by Revs Holmes, Hurd, Messmer, Fulcomer, general drift of argument was, that most helps, though good for teachers, were of little or no value to scholars. After singing a Doxology, Rev. Catlin pronounced a benediction, and convention adjourned. Wednesday morning convention opened with song and praise meeting led by Rev. F. Hurd. The lesson of next Sabbath, was taught by Geo. Blake, of Montour. Shall we adopt the name Bible Schcol ?—led by Rev. Catlin. Revs. Cole, Hurd, Messmer, Fulcomer, Kingery and Holmes followed, with considerable feeling, which the fol lowing resolutions adopted by the convention will snggest. Jltsolvfd—that as the sense of this convention, we object to the change of the name Sabbath School to that of Bible School and be it lurther Retoked —that we [instruct the del egates from this Sunday School Co. Convention to the State Association, to express to said State Associalioa, our disapproval of the unwarranted change ol the name of Sabbath Scho°ol to that ot Bible School. Tho convention nominated the fol lowing persons as delegates to the State S. S. Convention, to be held at Mt. Pleasant, the 10th, 11th, and 12th of Juno next: J. B. Dennis, Mr. F. J. M. Wonaer, Rev. J. II. Vandevere, Rev. J. B. Gilbert and Dr. B. S. Louthan. Common faults of Superintendents and how can we correct them was ably discussed by S. W. Cole. The following township secretaries reported to tho county secretary or at the convention: Buckingham, Rev. J. Ktngery Spring Creek, Verbal report by Rev M. Fuloumer Oneida, verbal re port from one school Indian Village, J. W. Bcale Tama, J. B. Dennis Columbia, verbal report by Wm. Kshbaugh. Il will be seen by tho above, that a largo majority of the townships had no report ot their schools what ever, either with the County Secre tary or at tho Convention. A committee consisting of Rev.. F. Hurd, J. B. Dennis, and J. Kingery were appointed to nominate Sunday School Secretaries for the townships of Tama county. Should Township Sunday School Conventions bo held on the Sabbath day ?—Led by Rev. J. M. Kingery, followed by 1'. Helm, Rev. F. Hurd S. W. Cole, Geo. Blake and Rev. O. Scott. Tho discussion on tho above ques tion was quite animated, and fhoagb all favoreel the holding ol Sunday School Conventions, all diel not seem to think tho Sabbath day tho best time to hold them, but thought each township should be tree to choose tho day on which to hold them. Convention adjourned to 2 p. m. The afternoon session was opened with devotional exercises, led by Rev. J. Ivingory. The President elect having arrived from Toledo, took the chair. Committee on nomination for Township Secretaries reported the following names and Geneseo, T. F. Clark, Buckingham Clark, James A.Stewart, Dysart Oneida, W. W. Moses, Waltham Fork, L. P. Wiaterslein, West Ir ving Salt Creek, B. S. Louthan, Chelsea Richland, Fred Cram, Ha ven Otter Creek, Chet Hayes, To ledo Carroll, I. Powell, Toledo Perry, M. L. Seamans, Buckingham Buckingham, T. I. Noll, Bucking ham Grant, I. W. Fleming, Buck ingham Crystal, II. G. Wilson, Crystal Howard, A. A. Amidon, Toledo Toledo, P. T. Edwards, To ledo Tama, Frank Peugh, Tama City Columbia, Wm. Eshbaugh, Tama City Highland, H. Vosburg, Gilman Indian Village, J. W. Boale Montour Carrollton, R. I. Laugh lin, Rock Creek Spring Creek, G. W. Benson, Badger Ilill Lincoln, A. C. Rockway, Badger Hilt. The report was accepted, and nominations approved. It was recommended thattownship secretaries attend to holding town ship Sunday Scheol conventions. The nteds of our township work— was led by P\ T. Edwards, lollowed by J. A. EshbatigL' M. M. Avery, Chas. Mason, and W. M. Eshbaugh. J. Kingery, O. A. Holmes, L. Catlin, Messrs. P. Helm, E. J. Wilcox, M. Avery and P. Powers. S. W. Cole, Chairman oi commit tee to draft a ConstrS ution for the County Sunday School Convention, presented a Constitution, hich, with a few amendments, was accepted. [COXCLLDEE XEXT WEEK.] Judge Dillon made a decision in the United States Circuit Court re cently which is of interest to buyers of tax titles. The oaso was Lancaster vs. Fisher, suit to set aside a tax ti tle. In this case lite tax sale had been properly adjourned Irom October to December 8, but on that day the sale was again adjonrued to Febraary 28. This being an adjournment for more then 6ixty days, the court held ihe salo illegal, and the tax title derived therefrom void. The jury found a verdict for the plaintiff. EDITORIAL NOTES. The Ch'cigo Journal A states, on the aulhority of State Attorney Reed that crime has been for the past few months on the decrease, and cites as evidence of the truthfulness of the statement, that at the May term of Court only seven persons were ar. raigned for sentence. If this decrease be attributed to the rigid enforee ment of the law of the country, the hanging of murderers, and in short the rigorous dealing out of justice, it may be said to be the good fruit of capital punishment. Brigham Young, in a conversation lecentlv had with Speaker Blaine endeavored to prove to the latter that Congress had no right to inter fere witia the local afiairsjof the Terr itories, whereupon Mr Blaino rem ininded the man of many wives that the contest of I860 was fought on tho issue whether Congress had a right to interfere with Territorial af fairs, and that Mr Lincoln was elected on that issue. London dispatch fife: MA Duiing the Month of May the nat ional debt was reduced §3.525.282. NEir AD VERTJSEMENTS. Notice of Incorporation. To Whom it may (hitcern i Notice Is heTebv givii flat Leanilcr 'lark, \V. F. Johnston, John Connell, L. B. Nelson, C. B. Brailshaw, Mrs. E. N. J5*rk er, Kulph Morecroft. Theodore SchaefTer, S Stigcr. T. S. Free, 1'. G. Weiting, Geo. K Struble. I- A. Mcrse, J. Q. I'iark, C. P. N. Bark or. leo. I, Bui.e", Jacob Ve-iser, Jr. Bcnjfimin Stone, A. Chapman, Knight Dex ter, J- 11. Mcl'laskey, John Nauerih, Furry Newcomer, Wm. Iteiekholf, Andy Maiden, W»rrsn Ilarman. T.J. Sweatt, John Sweatl, WinfielJ J. Johnston, E, E. Stickney, O. II. Goodrich, John Youngman, M. Kcefer, l'a vid Str.ner, Wesley Johnston, I). Arb, Den ton t'amery, Mrs. l\ M. iilinn, J. J. DowJ, John G. Satley, L. 1. Appelgato S. C. Mc* Kennan, M. J. Powers. Emanuel Mericle, Mrs. Mary A. Morse, G. E. Maxwell, L. Cnrraichnel, J. II. SweaU, A. A. Olia, C. J. Stevens, Mrs. Urottn Kidner, Cluis. M. lien dry. D. B. Hendry, K. S. Clark, G. \V. Sweatt, Henry Gullcy, J, S. Moore, Eliza M. Nelson, J. F. Lembergcr, (', W. Conant, Lu cy E.Graham, Edward Kupgles, Chas.Gray Jr., A. N. l'oynecr, J. G. Cronk nud Thomas Barlow, have associated themselves as an incorporated company, pursuant to the pro visions of chapttr 52, of the llevisison of and the laws of Iowa, amendatory thereof, for the purpose of transacting a General Blinking Business, and the ordina ry busiuesa of a Savings Institution, re ceiving deposits of nuney and allowing in terest thereon, and investing Biich deposits by loans on real property or personal se-. curitv, receiving interest therefor, or in such a manner as a Board of Directors may from time to time direct, to accept and ex ecute all such trusts as may be committed to it by any Court of Record, Corporation, Company, or private individuals, and to is* sue certificate* of deposit, or other evident ees of trust or credit, with or without inter est. payable on demand, or on time, and to do a general banking, exchange and bro kerage business, and own property, r#al and personal, all in such manner and form as the by-laws, rules and regulations of said Corporation, shall direct, and in con formity with tbe laws of the State of Iowa, and have agreed to and hereby establish the following Articles of Incorporation: ART. I. This association shall be known and designated as The Toledo Savings Bank." the AHT. II. "The amount of capital stock of said Corporation shall be Ono Hundred Thousand Dollars, divided into shares of One Hundred Dollars each, and not less than ten per cent, of the amount subscribe ed for, shall be paid in on or befoie the first day of May, A. D., 1870, and a Board of Directors shall have authority thereafter to call upon stockholders for fnrtLcr install ments from time to time—Provided that no other installment can be called for before the first day of November, A. I)., 187-5, and that no installment can ever be called for at oni time greater than ten per cent nor shall any two installments ever be called for within less than ninety days of each other, and then only upon thirty days' no tic® nnd provided, further, that not more than fiiicen per cent, in'addition to the first installment of ten per ccnt. thall ever be ordered. ual«»l, in tbe opinion of the Beard of Directors, losses sustained by the Insti tution shall require it. Notice of any in stallment called for shall be posted in the ptace of business of said Corporation, for not less than thirty days immediately pre ceding '.he day of payment of such install* inent, and published in some paper in Tole do, for not less than two weeks preceding the day of such payment. If »ny stockhold er shall tail to pay any installment when the same shall be ordored as herein pro vided, the Board of Directors may sell the stock held such delinquent stockholder, at public suction, giving ten days previous notice thereof, in any newspaper published in said town of Toledo, and sell tliesame to the highest bidder, unless sooner paid, From the proceeds of such sale shall be deducted tbe necessary expenses attending the same, and such delinquent stockholder may be pi sees Jed azsiusi by suit at law for any balance dus «*id institution upon tiu la« stallment thus ordered, and upon a failure to make the first payment wten due the Beard of Directors may, at their option, cancel such subscription *r collect the same by legal process. ART. III. This Corporation shall com mence business on the first day of May, A. D., 1*73, a lid terminate on the first day of May. A. D., is'j3,and may be renewed by vote of the stockholders holding three-fourths of the Stock in srid corporation. ART. IV. The affairs of the Corporation shall be conJuoted by a Board of Directors, consisting of sach number of stockholdeis as may be fixed by the bylaws, save, how ever, that the Board of Directors first elect ed shall consist of fifteen members. Said Board shall elect .one of their members President, and one vice-President, and shall have power to appoint a Cashier and such further officers or assistants from their ewn number, or otherwise, as they may deem necessary in carrying on the business of the Corporation, and at pleasure remove any such officers or employees, atd fix or change the salaries or alUwauces of any of them. A majority of the Board of Direct ors shall constitute a quorum. ART. V. At the elections, and in decid ing all questions at meeting of stock-hold ers, each stockholder shall be entitled to one vote on each share of stock Leld by him. Stockholders m\y vote by proxy, duly authorised in writing, but no stock holder whose liability is past due, and un paid, shall be allowed to vote. All Direct ors shall be elected by ballot. ART. VI. The Stock of this Corporation shall be assigned according to such rules and regulations as the By-Laws may pro vide, subject, however, to the laws of the State. dis patch from Shanghai, giving some particulars of the capture by the Cninese forces of Taleefoo, in tho Province of Yunnan, Southwestern China, says 'The victorious forces fell upon their captives and massa cred thirty thousand. Tho Sultan poisoned himself rather than fall into the hands of his euemiee.' The reason an urchin gave for be ing late at school Monday morning was, that the boy in tho next houso was going to have a dressing down with a bed cord, and he wanted to hear him howl. Boston suffered qnite heavily from another fire Ia»t Friday, the losses foot up $1,250,000 with about halt covered by insurance. An investigation is to be had into tho Bowen-Beeeher Tilton scandal. This, it is said, is at (tie request Mr Beech ar. ART. VII. The capital stock of th:'s In stitution may be increased to the sum of Two Hundred Thousand Dollars by vote of stockholders holding two-thirds of the stock an 1 the original shareholders, or their assigns, shall have the right of Bub scribing thereto, in proportion to the amount of their original stock. ART. VIII. The highest indebtedness of the Corporation at any one time shall not cxcced one-half the capital stock, but lia bility of the Corporation for deposits matle by the customers of the bank shall not be estimated as such indebtedness. ART. ot Captain Jack has been captured at last. Now if Gen. Davis will hang him, together with Boston Charley and other murderers, ho will do well IX. The private property of stock holders Bhall be exempt from the debts or liibilities of said Corporation, except to the amount of any unpaid balances, or in stallments on their stock respectively. ART. X. This Corporation may purchase and hold such real and personal estate a$, the Board of Directors may deem conven* ient for the transaction of its business, and may have and hold any real or personal estate as security, or oa mortgage, or in pledge, or by deed of trust, to secure the payment of loans and debts due, or to be come due to said corporation, and may pur chase real or personal estate at any sale held by virtue of any loan or debt made in favor of said Corporation, and may receive and take iu satistaction of any debts made in favor of said Cor| oration, any real or personal estate, and may held aud convey any such real or personal estate. ART. XI. The conveyance of real estate belonging to said Institution, and the re lease of incumberances made to or held by said institution shall be executed by tlie i'resideut, or, in case of his absence or ability, by the Vic.-President. All other contracts aud instruments iu writing made or entered iiito by said Corporation shall be subscribed by such officer or officers, agen or agents, as its by-laws shall direct audall such contracts or instruments in writing may be signed and carri-d on without the presence of the Board of Directors, by iie officers, assistants or agents thus duly au thorized. ART. XII. The Boa^d of Directors shall have pjwer to make all needful By-laws, rules, and regulations in carrying out the objects of the I'nrpo' ation aud in conduct ing its affairs, a copy of which shall be kept posted up in the placc of business ot said Corporation. ART. XIII. The Board of Directors shall be elected by a majority of the shares of the stock voting and whenever a vacancy shall occur In said Board, it shall be filled by a vote of a majority of the remain* ing members of the Board. The frt Board shall be clectod as soon as three fourths of the capital stock in said Corpor ation shall be subscribed for, and shall continue in office until the first Tuesday in January, A. D., 1874, on which day an other election shall bo had for a Board of Directors, and annually thereafter, on the same day of the same month. Any failure on the part of the stockholders to electa Board of Directors at any a&nual election, shall authorize the Board to continue in of fice until iheir successors be duly elected. The By-Laws may provide for the removal of a member of tho Board, on sufficient cause. ART. XIV. All dividends declared and paid by this Corporation shall be pro rata on the amount of stock paid in, and from the net profits of the Corporation actually realized, but for the period of one (I) year no larger dividend shall be declared than leu per cent, per annum on the amount paid in. AET. XV. This Corporation may bo dis solved aud its affairs closed up at any time by a vote of the stockholders holding three-fourths of the shares in the same. ART. XVI. The principal place of trans acting the business of this Corporation shall be in Toledo, Tama county, Iowa, but it may do business in other places, by. its officers or agents. ART. XVII. A suitable seal shall be provided ind adopted by the Board of Di rectors as the Corporate seil of the Asso ciation. ART. X\ III. At all shareholdrs' meet ings, persons representing two-thirds of the stock shall constitute a quorum, and ART. XIX. These Articles of Associa tion may be altered or amended by stock holders owning two-thirds «f all the shares at a special meeting, called for the purpose by tho Board of Director!, notice of which shall be posted in the place of business of said Corporation for a poriod of not less than ten days immediately preceding ths day of such special meeting, which uotioe shall be inserted twice in some newspaper published in Toledo, but no alteration or amendment shall be made as above provid ed, except upon a majority of the whole number of shares belongiug-to said Associ ation voting for such alteration or amend ment. The above Articles of lncorpation have been signed and acknowledged by all the parties whose names appear at the head of ss-.rne, and are duly recorded in the Becortls of Tama County, Iowa. 1 PUBLIC O. 3D. Terry, Dealer in Lumber, Lath, Shingles, mmmmm a majority of the stock represented in sai4 meetings shall be required to carry any question. 'S ADM INIS Til A TOR NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given, that the uadersignad have this day been ap pointed and commissioned by the Circuit Court of Tama county, in the State of Iowa Administratrix and Administrator of the estate of George V. Has just Kober, deceased, aud all persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to tile them with the Clerk of saidCourt, clearly stated and duly sworn to and within legal tiruo, preparatory to their being allowed or proved aud persons owin* said cstat! aie requested to m-ike immedi ate payment to the undersigne 1, and avaii costs. At Dated nt Toledo, lows, this 20th day of May, A. D. 1«n8. IXUUUETH J. KOBER, Ike very Administratrix, 2,2 1 JOHN KUUKK, w Admini mtor. Doors Windows, Blinds, Etc., IN MKUE OH SMALL (^1 AMITIES- Yards opposite Elevator, Tolodo, Iowfc and with C. Lamb & Sons, Tama City. I am ready to deliver in ear-load loti at Belle Plains, C»elsca,Tama Citjr,Toled», Orford, Marshall or Dysart. 14yl ORIGINAL NOTICE. ^TATEOF IOWA, TAMA COUNT1', SS. To|S. II. Prouty You are hereby uotifted that there is no* on file, in the office of the Clerk of the Dis trict Court, of Tama county, Iowa, a petU tion of Jacob Yciser. Jr., claiming of you eighty-five dollars, for services in effecting a sale cf certain lands for you. and that an attachment has been levied upon your pro perty, to suctire said claim. And unless you appear thereto, and de fend. on or before noon, of tho second day of the next Term of said Court, being th# September Term of said Court for the year A 187'! commencing on the third Moid»y of September, A ls7:J at the Court House in Toledo in said coun'.y, default will bo en tered against you, and judgment render ed thereon. C- R. STRUBLE, 20-H3 Att'y for Plaintiff. TRUNKS, TRUNKS. M. J*. Powers', T. SMITH k BRO., Agricultural Im plemciuts, Lumber, Coal, Lime anil Buid ing Material, ef all kinds. ~F YOU want to sell anything, adrertl it in the CUROSICLB. NEW GROCERY HOUSE! CHAPMAN & REYNOLDS, DEALERS IN Staple & Fancy Groceries, At tho old stand of BERGKR & YEISER, High Streets, TOLEDO, IOWA. The undersigned having opened the largest and best stock tof goods ever kept in their line, respectfully solicit a share of the public patronage, A liberal price paid for all kinds of Couutrv produce, and Goods sold as cheap as the cheapest. J- BOYLbj is at' flM OLD STAND AGAIN, at the SI ON OF TH£ sSi&L His horses are lively, safe and fast,—k carriages are in good condition andsafe.^ Best of accommodations given customers.— Prices as reasonable as anywhere. ££Uy cornsr ol Broadvriy CILlPJLt.Y REYNOLDS. THE LARGEST STOCK OF FIRST-CLASS Agricultural Implements In Tama County, is to be sold at DENNIS & AVERILL'S, Tama Cily, Iowa, AT VBR.Y LOW PRICES. ELWARD HARVESTER, Strong, durable, runs light, saves time, saves grain & scat* terings two or three binders can bind on .'t. McCORMICK REAPERS AND MO WEBS ', Will wear, twice as long as any oth )r ilea pet. Long time given and only six per cent, asked on all notesa VIBRATOR THRESHERS, Manufactured by Kichols, Shepard & Co. HAINES HEADERS, May be used as a Header or Self-linking Keaper* BROWNS CORN PLANTER Have been in use over twenty years. Call and examine them. Fur'stS' Bradley Cultivators,Stirring and Break ing Plows. Grand Detour Plows, Moline Plows, Advance Cultivators, Corn Shellers and Grinders, Corn and Cob Crushers, Road Scraperf, School Furniture. if WAGONS. Pumps, Sash, Doors, Blossburg and Oskaloosa Coal. Salt,&c. C^iT Repairs for all machines kept constantly on hand.— All goods warranted. NEW STORE! ASMUS W0HLK, opened a new Store, near the Elevator, where be bought, GROCERIES, "DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SROES, HATS AND CAPS, QUEENSWARE, GLA/&& WARE and YVOODENWARE, lowest cash prices. His entire stock NO OLD GOODS OFFERED for rale, at any price. Call anil cxaa-he. JMirekV'"g slewhere, g.ly an can is ncjr.tf*