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PSTB1CA5S AND DENTISTS.
"~H!W. BOYNTON. M.D. physician and surgeon. —ALSO— s EXAMINING PENSI0* 8UBOEON. TOLEDO, IOWA. H0R«fidone« nnr Poet Office. [82 ATTORNEYS. "afpelgats. xnm iiworo, Attorneys at Law, TMER, TAMA COUNTY, IOWA. OAce ovir Brook* & Moor*'* hank. 84lf 0 1MB (OLE. J. W WLTLETT. EBEB80U K WILLSTT, ttorneys at Lawv and NotaleSf Public, Offlo# in Gallev ft Johnston's block, Tole do, Tina County, low*. 84 a. a. C. 0. BBAMHAW, BBADSUAW Bradshaw Bros., Attorn*?* and Counselors at Law, Tola do, Tama County, low*. EORGE RAINES, Attorney at Law, No v. tary Publio *nd Justice of the Peace. Office over Free'* Building, Toledo low*. 2 SEO. E. STRUBLE, Attorney end Coun •ellor at Law, Toledo, Tama county, Uwa. H. Goodrich, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Totno, TAMA COUUTY, IOWA. (Office over Oalley'a Store), Vw""v I PPEI.G ATE ft KINNE, Attorney a and il Counre'lora at Law, Toledo, Iowa. Of et in Stone a building, over W. Walter's rtrocery Store v8n8tf rpnOMAS B. FREE, Attorney at law, I Toledo, Iowa. Offioa ia Court Hour*. Also U. 8. C0MMI»8I0I»E». [v8n9tf nEO. L. BAILEY, Attorney ft Counsellor U at Law, Toledo, Iowa. Ofiioe over Galley's 8toro. TITERS ft SAFLEY, LA WYERS, Will practice in tit* Supreme and District Courts of Iowa. TOLEDO, TAMA COUNTY. IOWA. roiuzEi JEWELLER, Traer, Tama Co. IOWA. VttchM, Clocks and Jewslry Bepairtd and Warrant*! F. Hl'RDe COUNTY SUPEanTTENDENT, (Residence at Montour) JILL be in ltin offico at Tolc.lo, every Saturday, from 10 A. M" to 3 P. M. FREE EXAMINATION the last Saturday sf each month at 9 A. Tee for cxamina •:'n at any other time, one dollar. 71y IV MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. C. D. TERRY, SSALCB IX First Glass Piano Fortes, AND ORGANS. Agent for WESTERN COTTAGE OltOAlf Mauvl'&ctured by Lukisbury & Carpenter, Men iota, 111. Old instruments taken in exchango for MW at fair price*, and new instrument! tor sale on term* to suit purchasers. CITY. PIANOS AND ORGANS of differcut make* for sal* by G. M. FRANK, tit heavy discount from Manufacturer*' Fricea. CALl AND Examine His Stock, fiefors purchasing elsewhere. Will not b* undersold by any one, or in is any market. 20-37 SPECIALS. Tht Babcoek Hrs Engine in Mobile, Ala. (From the Mobile, Ala.,Register, Dec. 3,'72) The undersigned return their most sin cere thanks to the members of No 9 for tbfir exertions, aud to those of the Hook "fid Lsdder Company, in charge of tbe BABCOCK ENGINE, through whose intelli gent efforts their property was saved from deitruciion on Sunday morning last It is tho lecond time within a short period that vtluabls blocks have been saved by them. IICNBT ST. PAUL, JOHM H. PABKKB. WHT BO Peer LB PINK AWAT AM* DIB or Ccxsc union T—Peoauae they neglect a •light Cough. It i* net accessary to con 'uU a phyaiclan, but take Dr. Ramson's Hive 8yrup and Tolu, or ney Syruy, and care your Cough at oncc. This it an excel lent prescription of an eminent physician, adapted to all Coughs and Colds. Th* warm season brings the horrors of Cbolara and Cholera Morbus. Dr. Miller** Utgoetlo Balm cure* these complaints so atradenly, that people innist than it contain* •wetrieity. 26 eta. per bottle. adv*rti**m*at ia thi* paper. ^Icila ^hrimtcle, Toledo, Iowa, Thursday, Hoptember II, 1878. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. MUDD D? bcolts elevator, at Cliiou 8°» was destroyed l»y fire Sunday •aorniog. IKJBS #80,000. IVr AGAIN.— That "young man from the country" who applied 41 Sheriff office last week lor a marriage license had better "try a fPio" I*ho Stale Fair ia now being held ai Cudar Rapids. Pressuro of buei hu fmwrtdd Htcndanou ihnnfar. T** Ciitcffs.-w "The Great Inter national Menagerie, Museum, Aquar lutn and Circus," as the proprietors ©all it, was in Tama last Thursday afternoon and evening, and wai very largely attended. We hazard ooth ing in saying that fully three thou sand dollars in eash were taken from Tama County, by this visit of lazy scoundrels, who compose the prop rietors of this show. One of the worst features in connection with these traveling scrub circusos, whose managers are a band of organized dead beats, is, that they rob the indigent class of every community—who are always found at shows—of the tew dimes that they are able to save by haid labor, and stringent economy from the time the show bills are posted until the day of the "perform ance." It will be admitted that a large minority of those who pat ronized this circa* are indebted to their grocer, and dry Goods mer chant, and to come to a more vital point to the printer. In view of this, together witji the fact that but few circuses are worthy of patronage, we never have, and perhaps never will advise any one to attend them. The demoralizing effect circuseshavo upon society is such, that those who have children in whose welfare they are intended should never take them within tho tont of the common scrub circus that travels west of the "Fa iher of Waters." As to the stand ard of the "Great International &c" the visitors were sorely disappointed, in every department of it. The menagerie was a farce, the museum a canard, the Aqnariun was'nt there and the circus was the most com monplace affair that has visited Tama County since tho children got well ol the measles. Lost Note. On or about August 27,1873 the undersigned lost a note having date July 21, '73, and payable to the "Weed Sewing Machine Co. and en dorsed to J. W. Quinn. All peraous are hereby warned against buying or trading for this note, as payment has been Htoped on the same. Sept. 9 1873. J. W. QUINN. Toledo Tp. Primary Elec tion. 'i'ho Primary Election in this townMiip passed off quietly last Sat u-dap afternoon, and the vote on landidates we hereto subjoin: FOR REPRESENTATIVE, No Instructions. roil ACDITOR, Tho*. S. Free, 85 A. J. Whoat(Wlt 75 Free's majority 6 FOR TREASCillt, Thos. J. Sweat, 92 Theo. Suliaeffer, 68 Sweat's majority 24 FOR SHERIFF, Knight Dexlor, 78 Wm. E. A p. pel gate, 77 Dexter'« majority 1 FOR CO. SUPERIXTKNDCNT, A. II. Sterrett, full vote FOR SURVEYOR, W. H. Ilolsteail, full yote. For the other offices ao instruc tions were given. Tho following delegates were elected: John G. Salley. Frank Davis. D. D. Appelggfct* George Spohr. J. Q. Clarke. James RONS. Warren Harman James Woodward. J. W. WilleU, Smith Newcomer. Townships Heard From. We are in receipt of the names of delegates to the County Convention lrom tho following township. HOWARD, G. Burke, James Gray, J. H. Tin dall, H. H. Withington, Wesley Mo Anulty. SALT CREEK, ^_ John Fits, Fred lioauh, Geo. Crit tenden. BUCKINGHAM, G. Jaqua, J. Kiugery, Dr. Daniel, Robert Connell. PISRT, R. McCormack, Wm. Sprola, B. G. Mclntire, W. W. Lee kins, It. A. Hartsock, I. P. Wood. PFRINO CREBK, W. B. King, £. Kttnu, Geo. B. Sharp, G. M. Finch. CRYSTAL, J. S. Townsend, Jno. Folter, Wheatly. IMMAB VILLAGE, A. C. Teuny, E. Ruggles, J. T. Me Kee, W.Murty, J. W. Nimau, A. B. Taplin, Q. W. Pe&opfe I- P. Baker, EJIihuJftirrison.' Dennis A AVeriil, sow AOMTTTT »»a TAMA COUNT* for Furst & Bradleys and Grand do vour plows. They arc sell'ng lots of thoin both at Tama City and Tiaer. These are by odds the bo^t v'owfl in the market, juad are sold trial. Try one'. The name of the Wolf Creek Pes* Office haa been changed to Traer. MASHBD.— Frank Johnson bad a finger mashed, one day last week while coupling cars. William Dwyer, a well known prize fighter w»« last week stabbed by John Harrington in San Francisoo, and soon died from the wound. ATTENTION SPORTSMEN.—Berg*r A Yeiser have secured some very fine double-barrelled shot guns. Call and examine them before purchasing else where. They also sell ammunition. DISTRICT COURT.—The September term of the District Court of Tama County—Hod. J. H. Rothrook Judge-will oped Monday next. The bar docket is now in th? printer's bands and will be ready for distribu tion at the earliest possible time. Camery & Son have received a full stock of Furst & Bradley s plows, notwithstanding other parties are representing that they are the only agents in Tama county, which is not the case. 85-37 Farmers, if you want a good plow go to Dennis Avenll's, either at Tama City or Traer, and buy a Fursi & Bradley or Grand de tour. They warrant them to suit the buyer ever time. ED. CHRONICLC:— Being, desirous of returning to Illinois, I now offer my entire stock of hardware, tin ware and stoves for sale cheap. An excellent opportunity i9 now offered any one wanting to purchase a stock of hardware. S. S. PATTERSON. Tama City, Iowa, Sept. 10,1873. FARM FOR SALE.—A valuable farm of 240 acres, well watered, with an orchard and good buildings lor sale on easy terms. Apply to GEO. RAINES. SIDE WALK.—A vast improvement hua of late been made in different parts of town by the laying of new sidewalks. It is not saving too much to aver that Toledo is the best side walked town of its cize in the State. Over 100 Cooper Wagons sold in Tama county in the pa*t 13 months, and still they go. Parker & Lewis, who sell them have Just received a car-load atTama, and al so one at Traer. All goods are war ranted. 'l tf" The Secretary of the Tama county Agricultural Society gives "divine notice" of the meeting of the board of directors of the Society. Isn't that kind of a notice rather unusual especially when, as in this case, the notice closes with an appeal to come out and "see the fastest trotting and running races ever brought to Iowa?" —Cedar Itapids Republican. Parke & Lewis have the best as sortment of plowe in the couuty lor fall work. Peru City, Deere .% Co's. Ottawa Clipper, Dixon, Cast cast steel, etc. Look at their plows and get their prices before you buy. CORNELL COLLEGE.—Tho fall term of this literary institution, situate at Mt. Vernon, begins tomorrow (Thursday). Among those who pur pose attending school at that place are Miss Mary Connell and Henry Harrison, of Toledo. Dennis Jb Averill, at Tama City and Traer, have the largest stock of first class agricultural implements in Tama Couuty. The beau'y of it is every thing they sell they warrant. Call and examine their stock. Col. A. B. Smedley, Master of tbe Iowa State Grange, will deliever an address beforo the Agricultural Association of Tama County, Oct. 2. The address will bo on a theme suited to the Patrons ol Husbandry. Just received by Camery Jb Son, a full car load of those unexcelled Mo line Wagons, the best ironed, best painted and cheapest wagon in the market. Every wa^on warranted for one year. 35-37 TUB UNION S. S. MEETING, an nounced to take place in the M. E. Church last Sunday evening was very largely attended, aud all-in all was a very pleasant affair. The pro gramme as published in this paper lset week was oarried out in full with tbe exception ot the essay by a mem ber ot the Congregational school. Instead of an essay, Miss Ida Lough ridge read a very sppropriaee seleo tion. NEW TOWN. NEW STORE. DANIEL CONNELL has opened a place for business at, TRAER and bas on hand a full Stock of Dry GOODS. Clothing, HATS, CAPS, OO'iS, SHOES, GROCERIES &0. I invite 'the world and the reftl of mankind" to call at my new quartets for first quality goods, at lowest prices. TfcAJK, «v«*t M»d. Aug.4B, 1673. 84 8f. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.—We are tumble to publish this week the pro oecdings ot the Board of Supervisors but will give points that may prove of general interest. The following tsx levy for the current year was uuam mou*ly ad opted: State tsx, mills per dollar County tax 2 School tax 1 Bridge tax 2i Insane tax none. A corporation tax on tbe taxable property ot tbe inoorporated towns was eatabl shed, as follows: Toledo three mills, Tama City, two mills, and one-half mill tor road purposes, Montour, three mills. The following resolutions were unanimously adopted: Retolvtd —That th* Auditor be authorised to submit to the qualified voters of Tama county at the general election to be held October 14th, 18'3, tbe question whether or not i£* Board ot Supervisors of said coun ty, shall i.Mend the sum uf ten thousand dollars in purcnasmg a poor farm nd in fitting tho saute so u* to meet the require ments of the pouniy. Jit it Rewind hy he Board Supervitn if Tama County, lowu—that, for a good and vuluable consideratieu, 'be said Board of bupervisors, for and In btJfalf of tfiem aelves, as suoh Huperviaws/flad a!?o for aud iu behalf of said county of Tama, do hereby quit claim unt« the Free-Will Bap tist Church of Toledo, in Tama county, in the State of Iowa, all the right, title and interest of said Tama county also all our right, title and interest as Supervisors of said county, iu and to tbe following real estate, situated in Tama couuty, vix Lot number lour (1), iu block number nineteen, (If) in the town of Toledo, in Tama county, Iowa. The Auditor was instructed to contract for, and have the Court House painted and penciled outside and the Court room varnished inside. The considetatiou ol the petitiou presented by W. II. Slivers, Secrvta ry oi the Agricultural Association of Tama Couuty, was postponed until the January session, Poyneer and liamsdell voting for, and Ja§na against tabling the petition. Camery Jb Son have just received the finest stock ot Plows in Tama Couuty, Fursi Jb Bradley's Garden City Clipper and John De»res. Give us a call. 34 37. To the •Directort and Teachert of 'Tama Co. I call your attention to the Ha gnr's Arithmetics and Monroe's se ries ot Readers. They have been recommended by the Couuty school Ooard for adoption throughout the County, and are also highly praised ^y* Principals and Teachers who have examined them. The introductory rates are very liberal. You can find a large assortment at the City Book Store. A. J. "WooLwoRrn, Toledo, Iowa. Sep. 10 73. 36 39 Wo notice that Parker & Lewis have just one J. P. Manny mower unsold. Can have the reaper attach ed another vuar- They also have two Keystone sulky rakes yet. Call and get one. Also Keystone and Sandwich shelters—best in the mar ket. 35 38 Notice to Builders. The contract tor putling up a building on the fair grounds ot the Agricultural Association of Tausa Comity will be let to the lowest re sponsible bidder submitting Lis sealed proposal between this day and the 16th Sept. Plans nud specifica tions oi the building can be seen at the law office of Stivers Jb Safley in this place. By order of BUILDI.NO Cox Toledo Ia., Sept. 12, '73 It bas been remarkably oool for the past week, and as a consequenoe summer garbs have been cast aside and heavy clothing and underwear taken their place. The ladies have dispensed with parasols for the pre sent, and shawls have been brought into use, furs have been talked ot "Jack" froBl has made his first ap« pearance, and in a word, to all ap pearanoe autcinn has'eoifie. 1* ARM FOR SALB.—Containing 160 acres, all fenced, aud 135 acres im proved, good frame houso 16x24. Lo cated three miles east of Traer, will be sold on good terms. Apply to J. M. Camery A Son. 34-37 Toledo, Iowa. Rev. R. D. Frost, agent for the Foreign Missiou Society of the Free Will Baptist's, who intends to go to ludia next spring as missionary, will address the people of Toledo ou the subject ot Missions, at the Free Will Baptist church on Thursday evening Sept. 18th at 7. o'clock. Rev. J. H.' Vandiyer, of the Unit ed Brethren Church, «Valtham, made us a tucitdly call last Tuursday. He was on his way lo Wost.ru, Linn county, where ho goes to preach. Western is the location ut a College under the direotioo of tbe United Brethren, of whioh Rev. E. B. Klip hart, State Senator, from Linn oonn ty, is President. Mr. Vaudiver will use the opportunity to perfect his "studies, having formerly been n stu dent iu t'jo College, lie is a genial, worthy, ma ), of good ability, and promise «t epefuines&-**#•& Flaine Unh». A Brilliant Wedding. Tbe residenoe ot Mr. Galley was the scene of quite a brilliant affair last Monday evening, the occasion being the marriage oi Mr. M. J. Pow era and Misa Lydia Powell, Mr. Chas. A, Haas and Miss Allie Cannon act ing as grooms-man and brides maid respectively. Elder S. H. Hender son, of Cedsr Rapids, was the officiat ing clergyman, and at tho hour ot half-past eight, in the presence of a bort twenty invited guesta, the sol emn rite was impressively performed. Tbe parlor in which the ceremony took place was decorated with rich festoons, and everything had beeu arranged with taste and neatnes* Soon after "congratulating" the "hap py ceuple," the company were in vited to the dining room, where jus tice waa done the many delicacies that had been prepared. The Cor nel baud, of wh:ch Mr. Powers is member, made their appearance abont half an hour afterward and dis coursed some very nioe music About eleven o'clock the company disbanded, and the newly married couple took the early train for Cedar Rapids to visit the Slate Fair and as they enter upon their married life the best wishes oi their many friends go with them. Col. Legg, of Marshall, will ha here next week to remodel the house built by Judge Graham, but now owned by Mr. L. B. Nelson. The Republican pronounces Col. L. sn ex cellent workman. Our Chelsea Letters It appears that our village is doom ed lo accidents of late. My last commuuicaiiou was chiefly ot acci dents, and now I have another one to record. Ou Saturday, Billy Stoukoo —a little four year old ol Dr. Stock on—was geitiug off the wagon by climbing down the wheel. The dri ver not Boiicing him, started tbe team, which bfought the boy up un til hia body caught against the stake in the bolster, the wheel oarrying his leg forward on a twist, uutil his thigh bone broke. Dr. McMorns, of Belle Plaine, set the bone, It is a bad break, but the little fellow is resting well, and bears hia affliction patieully. The subjects of the acoidents re ported in 'fny last communication haye improvod so as to be out. The general health here ia good, except diseases incident to children, Ther« were two deaths here last week, both small children. One ol Fred. Roath's died with cholera infantum. The ptberi Z. B. Smith's, died with flux. Last week Constable Robbins ha! Constable Furnace under arrest by virtue of a warraut issued by Esquire Fiiz, on information ot Wm. White, lor assault aud battery, but it was proved on trial that the assault was committed on a dog, and that in self defense—(he dog having been hissed on to him) and Constable Furnace was discharged, and is now at liberty and in a capacity and reidy to arrest Constable Robbins, or any other constable found breaking tho pctfoe or violatiag the law. NOTICE,N. PBNINX. STOCK-HOLDERS' MEETING.—Notice is hereby given that the annual meet ing of the stock-holders of the Tolo do A North-Western Railway will be held at the depot of said company in Toledo, Iowa, on the 16lb day ot September, 1873, at 7 o'clock, p. ra., for the purpose ot electiug a Board ot Directors, and transacting such other business as may eome before said meeting. W. F. JOHNSTON, President. J. G. SAFLEY, Sec'y. Sept. 8th, 1873. Anou ncements. Mr. Edtfor:—Pleaso announce the name of S. C. Brown, of Tama City, as candidate for Sheiiff tor Tama oounty, subject to tho action ot the regular Republican Convention. MANY FRIENDS AND VOTERS. MR. EDITOR :—Please announce the nameot Wm. E. Appelgate, ot Tole do, Iowa, as a candidate for Sheiiff of Taraa County, subject to the ao lion of the Republican sonvention. MANT VOTERS. NOTICE. The co-partnership heretofore exiating undo the firm name of N. Lewi* ft Co. is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Ail peraoua indebted to said firm are requeated to make immediate payment to N. Lewis, and any peraons haviog claims against said firm will preseut tUeia to hiai fur pay ment, be iag authorised to settle all bua inesa of aaid firm. N. LEWIS, I 0 LEWIS Tama City, Iowa, Sept. lat, 1878. 87-89 NOTICE. «k*r*as, say wife. Mary A. Myers, has left asy b«d and buard, without just cauae all parsons an hereby warned not to trust hw on my aeeeont, as I shall pay ne debts of ber contrasting. TO the owner (Same'tinknown') of the E. i of N. K. of See. 8-5, T. 86, R. 1», W., situated in Tama couuty, Iowa. I hereby give notice that in accordance with the provisions of School Laws of Iowa, 1872, Seots. 119—122, the School Board ot Lincoln Tp Tama county, Iowa, havo ap propriated, for a school house aite, one square acre of your land, situated ia the N, B. corner of the aforesaid section. And I further give notice that I have appointed Lynoh Home, Qeorge W. Benson, and A. C, Brock way, residents of said county, to in spect said real estate ar.d assess the damag* sustained by this appropriation,said inspec tion and asaeasment to be made on the 19th day of September, A. D. 1878, at 10 o'clock A. M. Dated this 26th day of Auguat, A. D. 1873. p. HURD, ®5*88 Co. tiupt, Tama Co. TEE TOLEDO SAVINGS A N K Open Daily from A.M. to P. M., and on Saturdays until 5 P. Ms BANK OF DISCOUNT AND DEPOSIT. Money Loaned on Real Estate and Person ~ul Security. Interest paid on Ante DEPOSITS. Mortgages, Bonds, and other good securi ties bought. Every hind of legitim mate Banhing busi ness done. To our customers we pledge the most liberal treatment. A K e a W. F. JOHNSTON, Vie* Pr*a. L. B. NELSON, Cashier. HARNESS SHOP ON BROADWAY, TOLEDO, IOWA Money Saved by buying of m*. Justice don* by dealing with ma. Srdera urohaaera will pleaa* call and ate. promptly attendod to. Will sell for small profits. Every article warranted. Repairing done neatly. Selling for cash a speciality. 1 AX PAYERS' NOTICE. Take notico that the Trustees of Perry town.hip, Tama county, Iowa, bare filed with me their certificate, that the Burling ton, Cedar Rapids and Minnesota Railway Co., have, in mil respects oomplied with the statute and with the terms of election no tice, and with all contracts and agreements made for the benefit of the people ol said township, and that the at id railway com pany are now entitled to tbe tax of two and one-half per centum, voted in aid of tbe Grinnell, Cedar Fall* and Winona railroad company, May 6th, 1871, and at a speoial •leetion. Nor. ita, .872. Transferred to •aid B. C. R, 4 R'y Co. under the pro visions of Chapter 114, laws ef tb* 14th Genoral Assembly. 1 therefore hereby notify the (ax-paytrs of said Perry township, (hat tho tax so voted and heretofore levied is now due, and that the same will beoomo delinquent, and •ubjsct to call by distres* and sal* of prop erly after GO daya from thia date. Wilneaa my band the 8l)ta dav of July, 1878. THEO. SCHAEFFBR, 31*40 Treaaurer Tama County, Iowa. TAXPAYERS' NOTICE. Take notice, that th* Trustae* of Clark towaahip, Tama county, Iowa, have filed with me their certificate that tbe Burlington Cedar Rapida and Minnesota Railway Co. haa, in all roapeiia complied with the stat utes, and with th* notio* of eleotion. and all oontraot* or agreements made with tbe people of Clark Townahip. and that tbe aald railway oompany are now entitled to th* tax of ftv* per ceutun, voted in aid *f said oooipany, at a special election held July 12th, 1671. I therefore hereby notify the tax-payer* of said township ef Clark, that th* tax ao voted and heretofore levied, U now due, and that th* same w)ll beooma delinquent aud subject to oatt by distr***, and sal* 60 day* from this date. witaMs my Eiusrufil* M7JSK3 •Sept. 1st, 1878. 87.89 YOU want to sell acythlsf, atfrstrti it is the CiiBcsrcLi, hand thia80th day of July, 1873. THRO. 8CHAEFFK" 8140 Treasurer Tama Oounty, Iowa. Lit* AND FOR 8ALBt Th* following land aow offeied for *al* on i easy KB MB 80 acr*e BISENESM.27, at $16 par aore. Also, UK HW aeo-. 1,63 V*. at f&o par aoro. For further lara'aadres* O. O. LAltB, TeMo, or J. LIST OF LETTERS remaining uncalled lorin the Post Office At Toledo, Iowa, Sept. 8,1873. Miss Sarah Carver Patrick Lyrtck, Robert Donnelon, Misi Nancy Mtfgirtrs Miss Nancy Glass, Chan Millrv Samuel Hii lson Bcnj Ohara -i Hull I Patterson .tunes Kltiendcr N Scott Person* catting for re letters wfll please soy advertised and give dute of tlflfc* liat. EMILY L. DILLMAN, P. M.r •MFT A BARTLETT DBAIBB tar JJEAVY and 8helf Hardware. 8T0 V E8, TINWARB, ttC. All kinds ef fls iNfh doss Notios, OB short TO SEEKEU3 OF— 0000 BAB8AIHS, We would respectfully an nounce to the public that we have received our new 8p ing Stock of Goods Which have been selected vi itli much care, and with especial reference to the wants of thi* community, XT Our Calicoes we claim are not surpassed for beauty and quality, 3V Our Dress Goods are choice, Serviceable and adapted to th9 •eason. Our Shftwls and Fine Ififfti Goods arc various, nice and in viting. Our line of Summer Casi meres Tweeds Jeans and Cot touades is complete. Our Stock of Cloth ing is Very Full, s We tell Choice Groceries at a very small profit. We have a large lot of Boots and Shoes, (hat will be sold cheap. We have a general assort-, mentof Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Boots and Shoes, Ilats and Caps, Notions,and other goods, to which we in* vite the attention of close bay* ers. Our goodt were bought with cash, and we will tell at close to first cost at any live house can safely do. We have no baits, but we most respectfully invite the public to an examination of ouf goods and prices, Toledo, Iowa. WEITING BRO S. BENJ. STONE'S RESTAURANT Is whore you can get GOOD SQUARE MEaC At any hour. A large assortment j|f. Boots and Shoes and C3- ROCERIES Kept constantly on hand. IQu On* door w«st of Borger Jt Y*lstr»l Drug Store, Toledo, Iowa. 13«ly M. J*. (a at TUB OU STAND* AO&!?,-. SIGN OF THE. STAR are liv.aly, pafi*aad feat, earrisfss a*e in good eoedtU*a a£li Bast ef aesaasmtdsUona given cuaioc Ptiass a* raaaa»aM* a* a«yvfc*t«. partitu BLANKS.—STANK 41 McSJJBtfAJf, Iail&I)*I oils, Ini. 8?-42 DB8W, MURflk and fastlee'i MiQfli OE3, Quit Qatas ao at iho 9BM»ne!.s3Hff:4 i *V