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n tJ^Vormley of Chelsea has
gone
.^•A^m-jorawhtte.
c^f*1"VCQg0'glve
Mav Appelgate
wh0 died laSt
stlav *as bitrietl on Thursday, the
tj^ylace at the house.
nod fresh Milch Cow wanted, for
^id^liwillbepaid.by
L. G. Kinne,
]..'vc N.uclit the patent right of Fuller's
Cooker fur Tama County, and arc
j,r,.|•d to take orders for the same.
i tie cliild of Mr. and Mrs. P. W.
f: ltlt
was buried last Thursday.
lit Springer has moved his stock of
u^. Medicines, Jtc., intohis new build
up lie has a tine room, large, light and
pie sint, and will be pleased to see any
of his friends at his new place of busi-
Tlic Methodist church proposes to rc
muvo their chimneys to some oilier posi
tion, or else put smoke stacks on them
where they are, or at least do something
to obviate the occasional smoking which
t!ay now receive,
Herman A. Cook, soli of Mr. and Mrs.
X. W. Cook, died last Saturday. He was
a bright and intelligent litJc boy, and
will be sadly missed by his parents. He
was years and 5 months old. The fu
neral tuok place .Monday.
Xo
Bettek
Pkook Required.—It has
Dot ye! been publicly denied that I). B.
Del.,ui.' & Oi.'s Best Cheniir.nl Solera
h». made by II. A. DcLand & Co., is all
tliat its friends have claimed—that il is a
pure all wholesome article. This can
Pit be Jellied in face of the testimony of
chemists and those best ipialii'e 1 judge.
Il is much better than Soda
Notice.
Kotice is hereby given that the Annual
meeting of the Stockholders of the Farm
ers Elevator Company, of Toledo, Iowa,
will be held at the company's ollicc on
Tuesday. December 5th, lf?6, atl o'clock
f. m. for the election of Directors f„r the
ensuing year.
Dated, Toledo, Iowa, Nov. 17,1876.
i Cl.Al(S£, T. J. SWEATT,
President. Secretary.
At the annual muting of the Stock
holders of the Tama County Agricultural
Association held at the Court House, on
Saturday, Nov. 11th, 1870 Franklin Dayis
was elected President A. J. Wheaton,
Vice President and Win. B. King, David
Bruner, Jackson liines, Kniglil Dexter,
J. T, McConnick, Peter Liciity, E. Jlei ri
cle, A. C. Tenney, C. E. Hayes, Jlatliew
Wiley, Peter Wilson, G. M. Fee, J. B.
Furrow, as directors for the ensuinuyear.
New
Mrsic.—W'c find upon our table a
Cupy of "Don't Drink To Night, Boys," a
••wTcmperanS? fiong and Chorus,by the
popular song writer, A. J. Abbey, just
Published by W. \V. Whitney, No. Ill
Summit Street, Toledo, Ohio. This piece
consists of four stanzas,and each one rich
it sentiment and advice to young men.
The music is in keeping with the words,
»ad should be in e\cry household. We
understand that Temperance Lodges are
ordering it from all quarters. The pub
'""'itr will mail this song to any address
°n the receipt of 25 cts, only.
On Friday of last week company of
teUeen forty and fifty persons met iit
rcsidencc of Grandmother Randall to
give her a surprise. The good lady had
ctn
'avited to one of the neighbors to
•pend a short time visiting, and while
slie was absent the company took pos
JMsiun of her house, and spread a most
ountiful dinner. She was then escorted
™,k*ttdwas much surprised as well as
Pleased to see such a large company
Present. After dinner some twenty or
ttirty presents were brought in and given
to her The whole alfair was a most suc
*8iul and pleasaut one and will long be
"membered by the participator#.
We clip the following from the Traer
"Upper
Accident.—Mrs. James Brown, of
wjMal Township, was thrown out of a
•agon on Monday night of last week,one
the wheels passing over her, breaking
two of her ribs.
Fixe Cattle -Hon. Jam s Wilson,
ipped on Monday of last week, twenty-
eiJ'itheud
of three year-old steers, aver­
ting 130011,s apiece. One of these steers
'•ijtied 1,840 11,8. These cattle have
'•ten about 40 bushels of corn apiece dui-
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Tame grass and Durham
food accounts for these nue aui.ua!
is i undoubtedly the finest lot of ani
®*8 ever shipped from this County. Can
of our exchanges beat them.
1 desire to convey to the gentlemen who
ttively assisted in the conduct of the
political campaign in Northern Tama, just
'toed, my appreciation of their invalua
e services The industry, intelligence
eloquence of Hon James Wilson.Gov.
.'art, Hon. G. Jaqua, Hoger Johnson,J.
V '*°'ln Stuart, Ed. Langley and
W. Blanchard, Esq.'s, had great influ
in educating the ,iublic mind in the
^c'P'e8 of the Republican party, and
producing the satisfactory results at the
Nlot^-
PROCEEDINGS
—Ol» Tin—
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS,
—OF—
TAHA COUNTY. IOWA,
—AT THE—
NOVEMBER TERM, 1876.
Toledo, Iowa, Nov. 13th,
a
callM™** afternoon.
^ReynoliroFiidora, is via
as
w alVuzeH returned from Rock
.jWeek, and occupied his pul
ganday morning and evening.
gherwotX city drayman has re
V»Wed a one-horse dray U his
'sfor delivering freight, coal, &c.
"lavcTvery tine pair of Black
ducks whin!', we would like to
wood, com, bay or other pro­
ne of oar colored citizens tr'fcd to
a
j0i," on John Grec., but he
j. ',ff victorious and is prepared to
-t
as
good a shave as ever-.
uh'cish this v. eek the Official Count
in Tiivaa County. Will publish
ual Tabuhir statement next week.
.1 crowded out of this issue.
i!
V
provided by law.
Present members S. W. Hutton, J. H.
Lauderdale and T. F. Clark. The mem
bers being all present the house was call
ed to order by the Chairman and proceed
ed to open the poll books from the several
Townships and canvass the votes which
were found to be as follows
For the office Preputial Elector at
large there wer- seven thousand two hun
dred and e'ghty ballots cast, of which
John Van Valkenburg had two thousand
'.tree hundred and thirty eight votes.
Win. P. Hepburn had two thousand three
hundred and thirty-seven vot s. Daniel
F. Miller had one thousand three hundred
and seventeen votes. John P. Irish had
one thousand three hundred and eighteen
votes. A. M. Dawley had forty-eight
votes. Porte C. Welch had eighty-two
votes. A. M. Hawley had thirly-two
votes. C.W. Conley had three votes. C.
W. Rutherford had three votes.
For the office of District Elector, there
was thirty-three thousand six hundred
i nd forty-seven ballots cast, of which P.
Lea had two thousand three hundred and
thirty-seven votes. Waldo M. Potter had
two thousand three hundred and thirty
eight votes. M.N.
Toledo, la.
G. M. Berber and E. B. C'oates
1
This
second one they have lost within
U n..-i year. It died of diphtheria.
Fr.r.'t Harlan who is now running a
notion wagou is prepared to buy
uls—iron, brass, copper, zinc, &c.,
-m illion to paper and paper-rags. He
I'uys butter and eggs.
A hrje number of our citizens are pro
t! II,' Hard Coal Burners for their resi
,!,I and those who have tried it a
so snv it is cheaper than soft
a'.', iiid much nicer to use.
Johnston had two thous­
and three hundred and thirty seven votes
W.V. Lucas had two thousand three hun
dred and thirty-soven votes. R. Howe
Taylor had two thousand tt.ree hundred
and thirty-six votes. W. O. Crosby had
two thousand three hundred and thirty
seven votes. G. L. Godfrey had two
thousand three hundred and thirty seyen
votes. W. M. Brooks had two thousand
three hundred and thirty-seven votes. I.
N. Kidder han two thousand three hun
dred and thirty-seven votes. John Rein
art had one thousand three hundred and
nineteen votes. D. C. Claud had one
thousand three hundred and seventeen
votes. William llotTbaum had one thous
and three hundred and nineteen votes.
O. B. Harriman had one thousand three
hundred and nineteen votes. I. M. Pres
ton had one thousand three hundred and
twenty votes. T. 11. Perry had one thous
and three hundred and nineteen votes.
W. W. Whitmer had one thousand three
li'.ndred and nineteen votes. Herbert II.
Scott had one thousand three hundred
and nineteen votes. 51. K. Ramsey had
one thousand three hundred and nineteen
votes. B. F. Brown had eighty-two votes
Samuel Sinnett had eighty-two votes. S.
P. Spangler had eighty-two votes. John
Mahara had eighty-two votes. Wells S.
Rice had eighty-two votes. J. W. Murphy
had eighty-two votes. II. C. Ilargis had
eighty-two votes. W. II. Rohb had
forty-eight votes. Frederick lless eighty
two votes. C. Hendrie had thirty-four
votes. C. W. Rutherford had one vote.
C. W. Conley had one vote. Andrew
Has by had two votes. E. \V. Jackson
had two votes.
For the Office of Secretary of State
there were three thousand and seven hun
dred an.l forty-three ballots east,uf which
Josiali T. Young had two thousand three
hundred and forty-two votes Johu II.
Stubcnrauch had one thousand three
hundred and seventy votes A. Macredy
had eighty-one votes.
For the Otflcc of Treasurer of State
there were three thousand seven hundred
and forty-two ballots cast, of which Geo.
M. Beinis had two thousand three hun
dred and forty votes. Wesley Jones had
one thousand three hundred an I seventy
one voles. George C. Fry had eighty-one
votes.
For the Offiec of Auditor of State
there were three thousand seven huudred
and forty-two ballots cast, of which
Buren R. ishermau- had two thousand
three hundred and forty-two votes. Wil
liam Gronewig had oae thousand three
hundred aad nineteen votes. Leonard
Brown had eighty-one votes.
For the 0!B
:e of Register of the Sta'e
Land Oilicc there were three thousand
seven hundred and forty-o it ballots cast,
of which David Seoor had two thousand
three hundred and forty-one votes- N.
C. Ridenour had one thousand three hun
died and nineteen votes. George M.
Walker liaa eighty one votes.
For the Office of Attorney General
there were three thousand six hundred
and sixty-one ballots cast, of which John
F. McJunkin had two thousand three
hundred and forty-one votes. J. C. Cook
had OD6 thousand three hundred and
twenty votes.
For the Office of Judge of the Supreme
Court, (to fill the vacancy by resignation
of C. C. Cole,) there were three thousand
seven huunred and twenty ballots cast,
of which William II. Scevers had two
thousand three hundred and forty-three
votes. Walter I. Hayes had one thous
and three hundred and nineteen votes.
Charles Negus had fifty votes.
For Office of Judge of the Supreme
Court there were three thousand seven
huudrt and twenty seven ballots cast, of
which William H. Seevers had two thous
and three hundred and twenty-five votes.
Walter I. Hayes had one thousand three
hundred anu nineteen voies. Charles
Negus had seventy-four votes. O. R.
Jones had nine votes.
For the Office of Judge of the Supreme
Court (to till vacancy term expiring Jan
uary 1st, 1879,)there were three thousand
•even hundred and twenty nine ballots
cast, of which James H. Rothrock had
two thousand three hundred and forty
two votes. William Graham had one
thousand three hundred and twelve votes.
O. R. Jones had seventy-three votes.
For the Office of District Judge of the
8th Judicial District there were three
thousand six hundred and forty
SJm
0,
vote.
For Office of Clerk ofCirCuit and District'
Courts there were two thousand five hun
dred wd thirty two ballots cast, of which
C. Stevtns had two thousand two huu
dred and one votes. F. s. Granger had
twenty-two votes. 8.
A.
J°Im Tnmk
A.
D.
'76.
1
he Board of Supervisors of Tama
County, Iow a, met this day in the Court
Room, in Toledo, Iowa, at 12 o'clock, M.
for the purpose of canvassing the votes
polled in the several Townships in the
County, at the General Election held on
7th day of November,1876, in said County
and also for the transacting of other busi
ness
The following named persons having
received a majority of the ballots cast
were declared duly electcd to the follow
ing county offices.
C. Stevens Clerk of the Circuit and
District Courts. J. B. M. BishopfCounty
Recorder. H. H. Withington Member of
the Board of Supervisors.
Adjourned for supper.
Convened after supper.
Present S. W. Hutton and T. F. Clark
Absent J. H. Lauderdale.
Ti e rosts and damages in full in tlieF.
A. Bonier road case having been paid in
full prior to the present session of the
Board therefore be it resolved that the
F. A. Bonier road is now established ac
cording to report of Commissioner on file.
Carried.
lleavleed that this Board purchase the
North West frl. fourth, (i,) Section two
(2,) Township eighty-three (83,) Range
15, West of the 5th P. M., for a Poor
Farm, for Tama County. Iuwa, of A. J.
Wheaton,and pay therefor the sum of $6,
750, ta be paid out of the Poor Farm Fund,
as follows
1500 upon the execution and delivery
of a sufficient Warranty Deed from A. J.
Wheaton and wife to Tama County,Iowa.
$3,125, on or before the 1st day of March,
1877. $3,125 on or before the 1st day of
Noyemher, 1877, and the County Auditor
is hereby authorized and directed to draw
warrants on the Poor Farm Fund to pay
for the said far u as above stipulated.
Resolution adopted.
Adjourned to meet Nov. 14th, 1876, at
8 o'clock, A. M.
Nov. 14th, 1876.
Oil motion the County Auditor was au
thorized and directed to purchase a chair
for the Judges stand in Court Room.
Reside,d that the County Treasurer is
hereby directed to temporarily transfer
$300 from the Swamp Lantl Fund to the
Poor Farm Fuud, and $3500 from the
Swamp Laud Fund to the County Fund
to aid said Funds for the present. Car
ried.
Resolee that the County Auditor is
hereby authori/.ed and directed to draw
warranti on the County Fund upon order
•f cither mcmbur of the Board of Super
visors to furnish the poorFarm and House
with the necessary fixtures and supplies
Carried.
Ou motion tlic action of the County
Auditor in directing the Treasurer to
transfer $1500.00 from the County Insane
Fund to the County Fund, and the sums
$500 and'fisoo.oo from the County Fund
to the Bridge Fund, was approved.
Ou motion adjourned tint die.
Attest
J-
County Auditor.
Minora Dell, an adopted child of Mr
and Mrs. Doolittle died last week and
was buried on Saturday. She was nearly
(5 years old, Though so young she seem
ed to know that she was going to leave
her foster parents and friends, and kissed
them all good-bye.
Just now the various Piano and Sew
ing Machine Manufacturers are all busy
claiming to have received tlie highest
award by the Centennial Judges. It is
quite a -big thing to receive the highest
award of such an eminent lot of individ
uals, but, after all the most valuable
award is that given by Hie public who
use the articles. All who have ever used
the Davis Sewing Machine unanimously
agree that it contains more points af ex
cellence and recommendation than any
thing of the kind they have yet seen.
Mr. J. C. Grimes is agent for the Davis
in this vicinity and will be happy at any
time to call upon anyone wishing to pur
chase a machine and show them the sim
plicity and practical workings of the
Davis.
Scarcity of Money.
There is no doubt but the present situ
ation of all kinds of business ano iudus
trv is fearfully depressed, and it be
hooves every family to look carefully to
their expenses. Winter is coming on
when children are liable to Croup, Whoop
in
IT
For the Office of Superintendent ol
Public Instruction thcro were two thous
and four hundred and thirteen ballots
cast, of which C. W. VonCoelln had two
thousand three hundred and forty votes.
J. A. Nash had seventy-three votes.
Cough, etc, Coughs and olds will
prevail evervwhere, and Consumption
with other Throat and Lung diseases will
carry off many. These diseases should
n
For Office of Representative in Con
gress 5th Congressional District, there
were three thousand seven hundred and
thirty-eight ballots cast, of which Rush
Clark had two thousand three hundred
and twenty vote*. Nathan Worley had
one thousand three Jiundred and eleven
votes. G. W. Rutherford had one hun
died and seven votes.
„t be ne"leoted. Doctor Bill* are expen
sive and we would advise our people to
use
Boschkk's
German bYiirr. It never
has failed. One botile at io cents will
keen vour whole family well duting the
.winter. Two doses will relieve any ease
Sold in all towns in the Lmted Mates
and by your Druggist, Dr J. N. Springer
Toledo, or H. Solenian. Tama City.
Attend to Tonr Head ami Hair. Don't
Delay Using 1
his.
Wood's Improved Hair Restorative U
unlike any other, and has no equal. The
lroiro*^J
W
s'* bal"
lots cast, of which John Shane had three
thousand six hundred and forty-six votes.
For the Office of Circuit Judge of the
8th Judicial District there were three
thousand three hundred and eighty wo
ballots, of which John McKeau had two
thousand three hundred and seventy-five
rotes S A. Belt had two votes. Hall
a- wa,1r1?
one vote. R. Gibson had one vote. S.
Btigcr had one vote. A. Philips had one
vem*t iblc tonic prop
erties restores grey hair to a glossy,
natural color restores faded, dry, harsh
and falling hair restores, dresses, gives
vigor to the hair restores hair to prema
turely bald heads removes irritation,
itching and scaly dryness. No article
produces such wonderful effects. Try it,
call for Wood's Improved Hair Restora
tive and don't it put off with any other
article. Scld by all druggists in this
place and dealers everywhere. Trade
supplied at munufacturcrs' prices by C.
A. Cook & Co., Chicago, Sole Agents for
the United States and Canadas, and by
all Wholesale Druggists.
THE LAST CALL
PARTIES OWING US
EITHER BY NOTE OR
ACCOUNT PAST DUE,
MUST PAY BY DEC.
1st, OR WE SHALL
LEAVg THE WHOLE
BUSINESS WITH A
JUSTICE FOR COL
LECTION. WE DON'T
WANT THIS MONEY
TO SHAVE NOTES OR
PAY ELECTION BETS,
BUT WE WANT IT
TO PAY OUa HONEST
DEBTS, AND WE IN
TEND TO HAVE IT.
WE MEAN BUSINESS.
Stevens had
Vote.
William Black had two votes. E \u.
Win had one vote. S. Stigcr had' one
•Cte. H. Gibson had one vote.
For the Office of County Recorder there
were three thousand seven hundred and
seventy-nine bs llots cast, of which J. I*.
M. Bishop had two thousand three hun
dred and eighty-five votes. S. B. Yeo
man had one thousand three hundred and
forty votes. Bishop had two votes. P. C.
Cumberland had two voles.
For the Office of Member of the Board
of Supervisor there were throe thousand
seven hundred and twelve ballots cast, of
which H. II. Withington had one thou
and nine hun lred and eighty-six votes
Andrew McCosh had one thousand seven
hundred and twenty-four votes. E.
Stoneccpher had two votes.
A
J. JEX.
Board met pursuant to adjournmet'.
Present Hutton and Clark.
Absent Lauderdale.
Minutes of yesterdays'session read and
approved.
Reaolred that there is'fiereby appropriat
ed out of the County Fand $ 5.0(, to aid
John Farley,Sen., a pauper iu Otter Creek
Township, subject to the order of A.
Tompkins. Carried.
Iteiolced that there is hereby appropriat
ed out of the County Fund the sum of $10.
00 to remove an insane woman to Pow.
shiek Couuty.subjrct to the order of R. E.
Austin, Sheriff. Carried.
The costs iu the Fred Ashenbumer
road case having been paid in full, prior
to this sessioa of the Board therefore be
it resulccd that the said road is hereby es
tablished per Commissicners report.
On motion the action of the County
Auditor in establishing the F. Clark
road was approved.
llmolced that the County Auditor be
and is hereby authorized to issue to Eb
ersole & Willett, County Attorneys, war
rants on the Countv Fund from time
to time for such amounts as they may find
it necessary to expend in conducting the
lesal business of the County and out side
of the County. Carried.
Ml'.IH HAN'T AT
Tama Gity, Iowa,
Calls attention to the following price list
of some leading bargains now already in
stock
Ladies' Beaver Cloaks,$3.50, $o.00 $8.00
and upwards very best Cashmere (iu col
ors) $1.00 former price $1.20. Beautiful
shades in Urillianteens inches, 50 and
65. New designs iu Ladies' neck wear.
Silk Buttons, Cord and Tassels in all
shades. Although there has been: a
slight advance in Prints, Bleached and
Brown Cottons we are still selling our
Prints at 7 and 8 cents.
Kepellants as low as 56 cents. In faot
I have many goods which have been
bought ill a jobbing way which I offer spcc
ial inducements, and I claim a better
and cleaner stork of Goods than can be
produced in Tama County.
Fresh Oysters at City Bakery.
W. C. Walters has just recciy»d 15"
barrels of choice Michigan applfs—put
up in 3 bushel barrels. Call and see
them.
The Franklin Nursery, or Mt Vernon,
Iowa.
All persons desiring to order nursery
stock from tlic old "Fraukliu Nursery,"
of Ml. Veruon, Iowa, for next spring's
nlanting, can do so through John It. Mc
Claskcy, who is authorized to solicit or
ders. All varieties ordered will be deliv
ered true to name and satisfaction guar
anteed.
FRESH BREAD
Such letters will be promptly answered,
and Loans can be obtained without delay
UXDEinVOOl) & CLARK,
MUSCATINE. IOWA.
Twenty-five cords good dry wood, for
sale by W. C. Walters.
We want some Corn, Oats and fluy on
subscription. The highest pricc will be
paid.
Wagcns and plows at bottom figures,
for cash, at Camery's.
Toledo Market,
Cattle 1*2®
Hogs. Live, |er cwt
Wheat. No. *2
The Tama
ianufactarsr's & Builder's
SASil.
DOOUS.
moulimmjs.
Money is Scarce,
AND FOB THAT REASON, WE ITAVE
Reduced our Goods down to a
Small Margin above Cost.
We
have a
Large
TheMaotoPlamtjer.
Perfection Simplicity and Kapidity. Single tndDoubi*
Box tad Plain Plaiting.
THE BEST AND THE CHEAPEST.
Ovlt
91.75BT
MAIL. AO'TI Waktid LrEiTWBm.
Kit.CH B3ASLIT CO.. Strtutild. Mm.
COLORADO SCENERY
The subscriber baa a large collection of Colorado
Views from
ALL PAHTS OF THE STATE.
Parties wishing to fa oiliar with
The Wonderful Scenery of the
Rocky 'Mountains,
Can hare Views forwarded them for the amall
6U.-U Of
t^#2.00 PER DOZEIV.J0
Address,—
J. M. CAMERY & S(R
Business Locals.
car load of nice Michigan apples just
received at Stone & Stoner's.
To Photographers.
An Artist of ability and enterprise can
purchase a first-class Gallery on favor
able terms, in the yourg and growing
city of Denver, Colorado. For particu
lars consult the Editor of this paper or
address
W.
W. (Jr. CHAMBERLAIN,
Denver, Col.
Catalogve sent on application.
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Denver. Colorado.
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EVERT DAY
AT CITY BAKERY.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved Keal Estate, on l.un^ Time
AT LOW RATES!
Parties wanting mouey, should write stat
ing amount wanted, time wanted, acres
of land, nature of improvements, and
cash value of property.
NOTICE I
All
l'AiiriEs knowincj them
selves indebted tuSweat & Baldwin
by Book Account,will please call and set
tle the same by Cash or Note, as tlie
business of tile linn MUST be settled
IMMEDIATELY.
Toledo, Iowa, Nov. 15t.li, 1876.
G. W. SWEAT.
Dissolution Notice
T11111
r.VUTM-liiiilir IlilllLTUl-OllE
existing and known as the firm of
Sweat & liiildwin i this day disolvcd by
mutual consent, by E. P. Hahhvm. with
drawing. it. W. Sweat will continue the
business at the OKI Stand, and is author
ized to collect all Hook Accounts and
Notes «1ue the firm, (excepting the follow
ing Notes. One made by W P. Metiuod
of $30.00. One made by .1. M. Taylor of
$23.00. One made by Wm. Sehliehting
of $70.00. uno made by James & A.
Hnworth of $50 00, which an to be paid
to E. P. Baldwin, or his Order.) and will
pay all depts and iiatniuies of the firm.
Dated this 13th tl.»y of Xov. A. D. 1876,
at Toledo, Tama ("ounf rt Iowa.
W. SWEAT,
E. P. BALDWIN.
Notice is hereby given to n*y old
friends and customers that I will continue
the business at, liieOld Stand of Sweat &
Baldwin where 1 would be pleased lo see
my old friends and customers and as
many new ones As may favor me with
their itronai v. i». W. SWEAT.
Final Report Notice.
STATE OF IOWA,
TAMA COUNTY,
[seal.]
ASSOCIATION,
At th.-ir new Fn.Mrv .11 the Walfr-l'nwiT nre pr
parvil to ill1 "f
Turning, Plaining & Scroll Sawing.
AND HKACKETS,
KT(\.
guarautciM]. (Jivti u» a call.
Apply to C. BLAKE, President, or J. W.
COBU iiN,
Superintendent.
Tama City» Iowa.
Times are Hard,
Stockor
OVERCOATS
WINTER SUITS,
At no little money tliat
Hard Times are Made Easy
If buying of at*
•\Vn ii \vK he Lai'(.e?t
IN TOLEDO.
Boots & Shoes
4NP
WINTER CAPS
CHEAP AS DIRT.
see for yourself.
Probate Notice.
STATE OP IOWA,)
TAMA COUNTY,
In Probate.
To Whom It .Hay Concern:
YOU,
AND EACH OF YOU, ARE
notified that a petition was filed in
the Clerk's Office of tlic Circuil Court of
Tama County, Iowa on the 7th day of
May, 1874, by Willinm Rice, Guardian of
the person and estate of EmmaC. Stevens
a minor, stating that the siiiil Emma C.
Stevens, died at Marshall County, Iowa,
on the 26th day of January, 1874, and
praying that he may be permit led to ren
der his final account as Guardian of the
estate and person of the s-iid minor ai.d
be discharged from his trust.
You are hereby notified to appear at
the Court House, in Toledo, Iowa, at 10
o'clock, A. M., on tlis 4th day of Decem
ber, 1876, to »how cause, if any, why the
William Rice should not be permitted to
render his final account and to resign his
trust as said Guardian.
Dated at Toledo, Iowa, on this 34th
day of October, 1876.
Stivers & Lelakd,
47-Sw Attorneys for
William
Kice,
Guardian.
Probate Notice.
STATE OF IOWA,
TAMA COUNTY,
In Probate.
TO ELFORD P. FITZGERALD AND
I Joseph L. Fitzgerald,minors and next
kin A petition was filed in the Clerk's
office of the Circuit Court of this t'ou ity
on the 4th day of June, 1875, by Nancv
J. Fitzgerald. Guardiun of the person's
anil estate of Elford P. Fitzgerald and
Joseph L. Fitzgerald, minors, stating that
she lias tendered 'ier resignation as such
Guardian and that another had been ap
pointed in her stead, and praying that shg
may be permitted to render her final ac
count as Guardian of the estate of said
minors and be discharged from such
trust.
You are hereby notified to appear at
the Court House, in Toledo, Iowa, at 10
o'clock, A. II., on the 4tli day of Decem
ber. 1876, to show cause, if any, why the
said Nancy J. Fitzgerald should not be
allowed to render her final account as
sneh Uuardian and to resign her said
trust.
Dated this 31st day of October, 1876.
Stivers & Lki.and,
47-8w Attorney." for
Naxcy J. Fitzclkaln
Guardian.
L. CLARK,
President.
W. F. JOHNSTON.
Vice-President.
THE TOLEDO
Savings Bank!
Cash Capital, $50.000!
Will do every kind of
LEGITIMATE BANKING
Iaterest Pkid on Time Deposits.
DRAFTS DRAWN ON ALL THE PKINHPAL
C1T1H9 OF THIS AND THE OLD
COUNTRIES.
L. B.
NELSON,
Jacob Yziskr,J U
President.
In Circuit Court.
To Wlionm It Ulay Concern:
AVHEREAS, W. C. Bitnoe, Administra
Ii tor ol tin? est site of Mary Kohiiison,
Deceased, lutb HUM liis final report aud
asks to be discharged as such Adminis
trator, e-uiri report lias been filed by me
and the day of heating therein has
been fixed to take place at the next term
of said Circuit Court of said County,cqpi
mcneing on the 4th day of December, A.
D. 1*76, on which day the matters set
foilh in said report will be heaul. All
parties interested therein can appear and
take such steps as they may deem proper.
W. H. IIaruijok.
C. J. Stevens,
Clerk Circuit Court.
Toledo, Iowa, Nov. 20th, A. 1876.
Probate Notice.
To Whom It may Concent
Yol',
Uarley, No.
••Hejeotwl 15®
Oats. Whiu* 2^5
Timothy S• i-d 1
Corn--In tlw ear 23^25
Corn —Shi*n«*d
OniouH
Bufi-r. mr 1h
A. Bowdi.e.
AND KACII OF YOU, ARE
hereby notitieil appear nt the
Court House, iu Toledo, Tamil Cimnty,
iowii, on 1 lie dill d:iy of Deeeiiiber, A. I)
18T6, at 10 o'clock. A. M., td attend the
probate of an instrument purporting to
be the hist Will and Testament of Samuel
Defrance, late of Tama County, Iowa, de
ec:iM-'t!. at wliicli time and place you will
appear and show cause, if any, why said
Will should not be admitted to probate.
hi Tf.itimoiy Whereof I have
lierrunto subserihed my name
and attixed the seal ot said of
fice, this (JlU day of Novem
ber,A. D. 18TG.
J. Stevens,
45 4w Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Probate Notice.
To Wliom It Jtay Concerns
YOU,
ETC., ETC.
OF ALL KINDS
Made to order on short uotia1. Geucral Con
tractors, and Builders, arv prepared at all times,
to do all kinds of Carpenter, Joiner or Cabinet
work done promptly, and satisfaction
AM) EACH OF YOU, ARE
hereby noiified to appear at th«
Court House, in Toledo, Tama County,
Iowa, on the 5th day of December, A.
18T6, at 11 o'clock, A. SI., to attend the
probate of an instrument purporting to be
the last Will and T' -'.unent of John
Glen, laic of Tama County, Iowa, de
ceased, at which time and place you will
appear and show cause, if any, why said
Will should not be admitted to probate
In Testimony "Whereof I have
hereunto subserihed my name
[seal.]
AND
and affixed the seal of said of
lice, this 6th day of Novem
ber, A. D. 1870.
C.
J. Stevens,
43-1
w Cle k of the Circuit Court.
Probate Notic©.
To W114in it nay Concern:
you, AND KACII OF YOU, ATJE
hereby notified to appear at the
Court House, iu Toledo, Tama County,
Iowa, on the 5th day of December, A. D.
1870, at ll.o'clock, A. il. to attend the
probate of an instrument purporting to be
the last Will and Testament of Robert
Wvlie, late of Tama County, Iowa, de
ceased, at which time and place you will
appear and show cause, if any, why said
Will should not be admitted to probate.
In Testimony Whereof I have
hereunto subscribed my name
[SEAL.] and uifixed the seal of said of
flee, this 6th day of Novem
jjer, A. D. iy7Q.
C. J. Stevens,
15-4w Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Tax Sale NotiQQ.
STATE OF IOWA,
TAMA COUNTY,
Stock
BRADBROOK & NEYINS.
To the unknown owner of the following
Ileal Estate.
YOU
AUE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT
at a sale of Real Estate for Delin
quent Taxes, held at tie Court House, in
Toledo, in said County, on the 0th day of
October, A. D. 1SI3, the East One
Third of the North Three Fourths of
the South East quarter of the South
West quarter of section Nineteen (19,)
in township Eighty Three (83,) North
pf ran?e Fifteen (15,) in Tama County,
Iowa, "was bid oil and by the Treasurer of
saiei County sold to J. O. Satley, and that
the right of redemption will expire, and a
Deed will be made by the Treasurer of
said County, said Real Estate,
pursuant to said sale, unless redemption
from sucl sale be made within ninety
days from the completed services of this
notice.
of
UNDER WEAR,
J. G. SAIXBT,
Ownar of Certificate of Tax Sal*.
A. II. Strrrett
Ass't. Cashier.
Cafckier.
TAMA COUNTY
A N K
Toledo, Iowa,
WILL DO A GENERAL BASK
ING BUSINESS.
Loan Money.
Pay Taxes, Etc.
All
DOM PEDRO
•N9
Rossmore Collars
IN PATENT WOOB BOXES.
ALSO,
The Most Complete Stock
CLOTH-FACED
COLLARS,
OITFFS. cfcO.,
In the Market.
James L. Libby,
Not. 18 and IS
LUpenard St.,
NEW YORBL
GOTO J.M.GAMERY& ON,
FOR
THE BEST IMP&emenst1,
DEERS'S CiLPIN.
Sole
Agents for
John Deere plow. Rack Island and Norwegian
steel beam plows.
THE 0L1) ]{i:i7lABLE MOLINE WAGON.
Itnburu Wagons. Rakes, Sh. ll.-r*, Churns-. Wriim -.s, ,Ve., &c. Also, Sole Agents
for the Champion Reaper, n :uh Nichols, Shephnrd & Co.,
and SwcepMake Threshers.
GOODS SOLD AT BOTTOM PRICES AND.WARRANTED
IN EVERY RESPECT.
E\umi ods f.
G. W. SWEAT,
!E
M/KH IN
First-CI ass Farm Machinery.
BOLK AOBNT
Voli
T11K
The Star Wagon,
AND
.Platform Spring Wagon.
BUCKEYE REAPED A!i3 MuWER,
IMI A.SSILL03ST HAE.YESTEB
Prairie City Seedor,
DAVENPORT SULK PLOW
v:. i,! M: 3 M.!
DIXON
STIRRING PLOWS, PUMPS,
SLED STOCK,
IRO^i & WOODEN BOB
Ithaca aud Oivig Horse Rake,
CM URNS. WASHING MACHINES.
Glidden's Steel Barb Wire,
General Hardware
Prices Reasonable.
W. JP. JOHNSTON. WESLEY JOHNSTON. C. C. GUILFORD.
THE PEOPLES STORE.
W* Fv Johnston Co., S
k
of :»J:V fir:II in Ta
Dry Goads, Fancy Dress Goods,
GROCER.IB3,
BOOTS, SHOES, 8L0THIN6, HATS, CAPS, CARPETINGS, QUEEffSWARE, &C
Which (bey offer totb^ir customer* at the
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
who wish to lay in a utock of Fall amUWinter tnppliep, wil
•xaioine
BUY & SELL LANDS.
tbetf
*tockand prices, before purchflntag.
Anrl it to their interest to call and
BO YIN GTON'S
Si^pension Spiral Sprag
Below arc given several good reasons wliy tbis liiattres* is superior to any otli
Spring Bed or Mattress on tlic market.
It couuiiES more springs tiian any other bd using llio same quality of sprint!3-
All the springs are fccrTictuble as" springs
hIikU
is not the case with otlier socallc
suspension beils.
The springs are more evenly distributed tl.an in nnv otlier ben made, the neaviei
ones being placed in the center to sustain the greater weight, while tlie lighter one
are placed at the endi.
While this mat.trss is level from side to side, it is crowned euLicDt.v mils fJWjf
t® come level when in use, which is iin entire new feature ami a OJil)r.I»r Li
IMPROVEMENT over sleeping upon woven wire mallresses and many other kimla.
It is M( KE ELASTIC than any oilier spring bed, for the reason that springs rest
upon
metalic bauds,which
afl'ord an additional elasticity, and also lor the reason
that the springs are not titd down to llie frame in oilier beds.
There is no'harbor for bugs in it. ]':eing more clastic, it is more comfortable, and
in fact the. most luxurious bed in use. The e I eing but one frame and4hat a station
ary one the noise so ion complained of in the creaking joints to rouble frame beds
is avoided in this. It is a beautiful looking led, and its many advantages will be no
ticed at a glance, which makes it verv saleable.
They can be had at nearly Ml first-class dealers, or may be ordered at the factory
office, 753 State jjtreet, CHICAGO.
NORTH-WESTER^IniLE
A
N l'
F.
L. C. BOY1NCTON.
Monuments, Mantels & Statuary.
GRANITE CO.
i
V 11"/ *5 A PICA il K* IN ALL KIN PS K
Marble Mantels & Grates.
Mfirbleized Slate and Iron Mantels,
Marble Counters,Counter Tops
Table Tops, Plumbers' Slabs, Floor Tile, &c.
Nor» H7i 149 & 151 South Jefferson St., neay AdWftq
gHICAO
O, 111, I
M. S£LZ & CO.,
JoMM
BOOTS & SHOES
Z19 6c 221 UMWN ST.,
Corner Franklin Strut, CHICA60.
FIRST-CLASS
JOB PRINTING,
DONE
AT THE
Chronicle Office.
GIVE US A CALL.
LAND1FCR SALE!
I offer for sale the following
tracts of Land in Carroll Town
ship, Tama Co.. Iowa.
SW 1-4 of Section 17, Town
ship 84, Range 14, 160 acres at
$11.00 per acre.
S 1-2 SW 1-4 of Section 11,
Township 84, Range 14, 80 acres
at $12.50 per acre.
E1-2 NYV1-4 of Section 24,
Township 84. Range 14,80 acres
at $12.50 per acre.
Terms favorable. Call on or
address
W. H. ALDEN.
39 Toledo, Iriwa.
THE PARKER GUN,
5END STAMP FOB CIRCULAR
PARKER BRO'S.
WEST MERIDEN.CK
SLEDS,
|$120 A Month
FOR TWO YEARS!
Money Made by Agents
\voi:kin
kok
THE THISTLE EDITION,
TH! WAVE!
W. SWEAT,
Toledo, Iowa.
oflYruil to th« public.
E. J.Hale & Son, Publishers,
17 MUllKAY St., N. Y.
•'An exceedingly hi'iintirn! edition,.-, (rem of typo
graphical beauty." Hity* the New York World.
Korfy-eiirh* volume*, wrntrln 400 page* each,
ami containing nenrl? Two
Thousand Illubtev
TIONS. wiU CtimpleU- the H.-licH.
Subscriber? »'iipHc«i with two volume*monthly.
Elfven rtWJiirhf* rfeliwiy.
TWR.STY'OXfi VOl.tMFS. XOW READY.
I'iiU'E in f'lnUi. iritt extra, per volume, $1 50
Half Turk-t v Morrnero. tilt top, 2 25-
APPLY FUJI TLRUriOUY AT OXCE.
to Td
Charles K. Dabney, Gen'l Ag't,
Care E. .1. Huh- A Son. 17 Mu
-9-
STANDARD
SAFES
COUNTER, PLATFORM VM&.MCK
SCALES
e/2 AGENTS WANTEDS
jJEND roi^ PH1CE LIST
MARVIN SAFE %SCALEC0.
265 BROADWAY N.
Y.
121 CHESTNUT ST.
PH/LA. PA.
108 BANK ST. CLEVE.O9
s.
^5
Ipiilib
mW
w-i tsrt
BANK SAI-'ES.
COUNTY SALES,
JEWELERS' SAFES,
MERCHANTS SAFES",,
Parlor Safes, Silverware Safes,
Express Safes and Vault Work.
rpQT O .or 27.000 of theae Sa
eg
now in n»f by
the leading Bankers aud Merchant* tbrotghout
the country.
Partle* wifbi' purehaw tb« b"*t Safe in thv
M-irket are invited to caii and examine ou Im..
menee stocks cr ncntl for price :!«tn
Hall's SaftT&Tork Co,
1 4 7 & 1 -1 a v o n i S
OHICAG-'')
C#lebrmt^d fTperr-srtl
J3lc*orthr\ai.U«th"r i. 1'rf •Tt itfier»trl«
In. #6.00 Inclnrtinu tear heatori, tor.?- m.i Uix.
mbi w)tk
ftiu working Airf-ions, ou receiptorpric« V-' bf
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