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BSD9E, Editor anil Propricto
i#K,IP0, IOWA, Wam3DAT. JULY12,1877
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FOB JUSTH'V. Tllli SI 1'ltKJIK' tOVRT,
JAMES G. DAY.
Of Frcmout County.
1
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CAR!, W VOX UKLLEX.
.,t Of Ulmk lln«k County.
KDITOHIAI. KXCL'KSIOS.
Shortly after wrilingour
letter which up
eared in tlie lust
rjMarcd
went uli
-fl&ce Wa
week's
House where we enjoy anioBlelcgautand
'^lumptoiiH dinner. Tliis is tlio largest
Bummer Hotel west of tlie Alleglianies,
and lias ample aecomodiitions for 1000
*uests- If tlie meal wc bad there was u
lair sample of the regular fare we arc not
8
it all surprised that it U rapidly growing in
favor Willi those wlio lia -c time and mon
-K.'Hy to enjoy lliemselves at Summer resorts.
«nd that in order to securc rooms it is
i^Jftcn necessary to telegranli ahead. Tlic
iliarges at Hie IIousc however arc very
feasonable. more so tlian wc would sup
"^osc the proprietors could afford—being
Jinner
uly $•-..V) per day by the week. After
the time before leaving is put .in
looking about, seeing thi sights and en
v^djoying ourselves generally. Just hi the
•Jftay. about a.mile from the Hotel is "Gib
.Jultei" a small Islauil which was formerly
:$ie summer residence of Jay Cooke. It
fasma
palatial residence and beauti-
illy laid-out grounds and is til for a king,
ctween 8 and 4 o'clock, the wl.ole party
go board tlic steamer and start on our
Keturn to Toledo, as it was decided to go
tve
int way instead of tin Detroit. We ar
at Tilcdi about 7 o'clock and proceed
tti a body to the Oliver IIousc whtrc a
good supper uwaits us. We arc obliged
tli wait until half past ten o'clock before
••we resume our journey, and the lime is
•ccupied with a most terrific rain and
tliundcr storm. Several of the Toledo
editors call to sec tlie boys and exchange
views on the topics of the day. About
tliu o'clock, we go to the depot and are
aDon aboard a train on the Canada Soutli
•:#n Railroad bound for the great wonder
Siagara Falls. We travel all night and
between 7 and 8 o'clock in tlic moruiii£
'•prive in sight of tlie mighty .ataract,
'.'the Canada Southern is tlie only ltail
'''Wad which runs within full view of the
Sails, and all who wish to see them with
f*it extra e.\pt use can do so by going ever
•''Ifcis road. Alighting at the Depot, a sin r:
w( llk—probably GO or 8 rols—over a
•®od, snieoth sidc-rtalk, brings us to the
Clifton House, one of the most inous
6tul populur hotels in tlie world. It is so
Atuatcd that a person sitting or standing
any of the baleonics or vcraudahs lias
at voce—the American Fall, Ilorschoe
Call tlic Suspension Bridge, Goat Island,
fc^id, in Iact, all there is lo be seen. After
Jbreakfast, the company start out in small
parties of two or more and commence go
fc|g about, (as Josh Killings says.) "like a
Waring lion, seeking whom they may
dfevour somebody." Or, in other words,
•We start out to sec what there is to be
•fco. It would be folly for us to attempt
•py description of what tlierc is interest
ing far abler pens than ours have cs
•ajyed the task in vain. We have always
"Mard of the grruUexpense which attend
ed a yisit to Niagara Falls, but wc failed
to sec it. To be sure there are pleu'.y of
Okanccs to get rid of money, and we
know of no placc in the world wlic e
those chances du not exist in one way or
iinther. If a pcraou has uuy clcsiru to be
economical they can he so at tin? Falls as
as at auy place, but if a person, on
tte other hand, buys everything that is
rffcrcd him, rides around in eleganl car
riages all the time and shows a general
deposition to "put on style," and spend a
gtpcal deal of inouey wc never saw a place
wiere lie will reccivc more assistance in
tlfot line than at that point. One place
would recommend all who have an ap
pjrtunity to visit is Mr. Harnett's Mu
HUm. It is on the Canada side and but a
Short distance from tlie Clifton House.
It occupies a very large building which
lias been fitted np iu good and convenient
abppe for the best display or its many
thousand curiosities. In sonic respects,
perhaps, it is not quite equal to the Mu
seam in Central Park, New York City,
but in other departments wc think it even
cxCels that celebrated establishment. Its
Egyptian department is particularly ex
cellent. We have seen both, aud would
make but liltle if any clioicc between
them. It only costs 50 cents logo through
the whole building, aud this also
includes
admission to the elegant gardens which
are kept in connection with the Museum,
as ivcll as to Table Rock, which is reach
teCby stairs from thu opposite side of
the street. It was generally understood
thitt the Editorial Association would ad
journ at Niagara Falls, so during thc day
the various trains going out carried some
•f the party who took advantage of be
that fur cast to visit their former
homes in New York and othercontiguous
states. In the evening, however, those
Who still remained at the Pa!Is.
gut aboard
thc train and started towards home. At
Buffalo, N. Y., the party were met r.t til*
train by the Mayor of tlie City and other
prominent citizens who escorted us io the
Hew City Hull, which was illuminated
and thrown opeu to us for our inspection
and In honor of oar presence. This build
ing w»3 but recently completed. Its cost
was about $1,50),000.00, and it is doubt.
k'ss one of thc finest buildings of its
«lass in the count]y. At Ituffaloour par
ty was still further reduced iu numbers.
About midnight July 3d, wc leave
Mufti
lo tin the Canada Southern and ar
rive iu Toledo, Ohio some liuie about
noon thc next day. We only stop li ng
enough to take lunch and change em's
when we are again speeding oyer the
Wabash roiut. Wc travel all day the
Fourth ami at nearly all thc sta
tions ean seethe celebrations in progress
am) whenever tlic train stops it is greeted
with tlic thunder of cannon or tlie sweet
timing of tuusic. Wc arrive at La Fay
ette, Ind., at 7:15, p. iu. As we arc oblig
ed to wait about 2 hours to nuke connec
tions at this |oiiit wo start out to flml Mr.
W. f. Hoes, an old playnutjc and boyhood
friend of twenty years ago,first,of couise
flmliagiiisjidilress iu the City Directory.
After wallas nearly hulf an hour w*
at hU lwaw. We telle d*er o|4
i
times, hare a great many questions!**
ask each otlier about where we hnv,becn
and What we have do.ro the past six
teen years, since we hist met, nnd pass
a really enjoyable hour. Wc Hnd that lie
has, after drifting about in various por
tions of the country, nettled down in La
Fayette and is n»e of the leading pJJ't
ners in a large Wholesale Bmj'. and Sfrne
Manufacturing establishment, one of the
largest in the country. He lias succeeded
well in business, lias a jileasant home nnd
Hfcvidenily oil the liigliway to fortune
and honor. Wc regret exceedingly that
we are unable to accept of his pressing
invitation to stop over a day or so with
him.
At Toledo, and also at La Payette still
more of our party lcu-c us until there ac
only 'rhaps a dozen or so left out of thc
80 or more who started. We (fame on
home tin Keokuk and Dcs Moines R. It.
arriving at Toledo, Iowa, Friday morning
just a week and a day from the time we
started. Wc were absent from home just
eight days or 102 hours, nnd though wc
were at Burlington, Iowa, about 33 hours,
Toledo, Oliio.ahout 37 hours, Put-in-15ay,
4 hours, Niagara Falls, nearly 13 hours,
Buffalo, 4 hours, La Fayette, 2 hours,
Keokuk, 4 hours,aud Dcs Moines,4 hours,
a total of 102 hours, wc yet hnd time in
the remaining 00 hours to travel nearly
2OT0 miles This is certainly a fast age.
Everything wus done on the whole trip (o
makefile excursion a pleasant one, and it
was certainly one of thc best if not the
best one that lias ever left tlie State. Too
much praise cannot be given to Sir. W.
It. Crumpton of the T. P. & W., who
not only tendered us the trip to Put-iu-Bay
and return, but went along in person to
sec that everything was done lo make it
pleasant for us also, to Mr. Frank E
Snow and Mr. W. II. Hurlburt, of the
Canada Southern who did all in their ow
cr to make matters pleasant. Thc roads
represented by these gentlemen ate in
tirst-class ctndilion throughout, the track
smooth, the rolling stock of tlie luteal
and best, anil any of our friends going
east will (ind this a very desirable rcutc
to take. Appropriate resolutions were
passed by thc Association thanking these
Railroad companies and their gentleman
ly representatives for the many favors
shown us, but wc haven't a copy of tlicm
at hand or would cheerfully tfivc tlicm
placc in connection with this article.
Chronici.b, we
1 aboard tlic tine: Steamer
"Chief Jus
W.vte," and were soon on our wuy to
•JPut-ln Hay Islniul. This Island is
situated
Lake Eric, about 41 miles from Toledo,
jiiio, aud 10 miles from Sandusky City.
|t derives lis name froiii tlie fact tliat
JtotMinAdore Perry put Ml lieic witli its
JoPt ju«t previous to and after tlie inein
«rnble buitlu of I.aki! Erie, iu 1818, and
gl-oni here lie penu«d that significiunt dis
patch to tlie government, "We have met
ttie premy and lliey are ours." The
Island is about tlircc miles lonj and lias
population of about HOO. It is conccd
«d to be one Hie linest resorts for
i -Sealtli pleasure to be found in Ameri
ca We arrive tlierc ab ut noon and im
mediately prucctil to tlic Put-in-Bay
WASHINGTON CORKEsfOJtDENCE.
Washington, D. C. July 7tli 18i7.
The relief is very marked that wc have
passed, comparatively safe, the one hun
dred aud first anniversary of the Nations
birth. The violent thunder shower of
Tuesday evening effectually cleared the
atmosphere of its oppressive sultriness,
and a more delightful day than Wednes
day is rarely vouchsafed us. A national
salute woke the sleepers at sunrise and
those unheeding that summons surrend
ered to Widdows when he turned to, a lit
tle later, aud ground out several patriotic
airs on the chimes of the Metropolitan
church, which lie repeated at intervals
during tlie day. Early excursion trains
carried thousands to Harpers Ferry,
Richmond and Baltimore. The Potomac
river sl&iiners took as many more Tues
day evening or Wednesday morning, dis
tributing them at Marshall Hall, Mt. Ver
non, Geynant, Point Lookout, Tiney
Point, and Fortress Mouroc, doubling the
capes of Maryland aud Virginia with par
ties still on board before fairly turning
about ou the return voyage. By 9 o'clock
the city was deserted to the tender dcviccs
of the boys who had been left behind,
I content witli a goodly store of firc-crack
ers and other explosives with which they
lighted a few drcs, frightened a few hors
cs, and inaugurated a general reign of
terror to thc fc,v female pedestrians who
ventured on the streets and were in mo
mentary danger of cremation.
The "Oldest Inhabitants Association'
remlorccu by tlic veterans or tue Mexican
war as guests, formally celebrated, as t!if y
have done for many years at the City Hall,
by reading the Declaration of Independ
ence, singing the Star Spangled Banner
and eulogizing our revolutionary war pro
genitors. The orders of the city author
ities relative to the use of explosives was
ignoicd, aud thc gin mills had an encuur
aging revival of trade but on the whole
wc have got past this most critical day of
any of the three hundred and sixty-five
comprising the year, with less damage
than wc dared hope.
Mexican affairs are again looming up
with a promise of great prominence In
the immediate future. It is asserted
that ,«t the last Cabinet meeting, aa
order issued by Diaz, lo his militiary com
mander (lie Rio Grande, instructing
that functionary to drive Gen. Or.l buck
by r»rce should lie attempt lit execute his
late orders relative to the pursuit of cat-
tie thieves, was considered and lengthily •_
Altogether tlie political heavens have
an unusuidly ominous appearance to many
observers at this point. The feeliuj man
ifested at Des Moines, in the New Hamp
shire Legislature, and at many retent Re
publican county conventions has mule
Democrats uuusually buoyant and the
Baltimore Custom House unpleasantness
is pointed to as another evidence of the
dissatisfaction existing in many quarters.
Mr. Wilkins emphatic deniaf of the
statement that he promised to resign in
favor of Thomas ou the expiration of
President Grant's Administration, when
he was appointed, has been strengthened
by a dispatch from Ex-Presideut Grant,
pronouncing it a misrepresentation, and
promising his understiuidingof the matter
by return mail, whicn will be awaited w.lh
considerable Interest.
From 16 mile 6rovei'rt"
Ed.
CmtoxicLK: "!"K"
Agnin it is July 4lh., a quiet uc v illi
us, nnd that spcuUs rolmues fjr tho effect
iveness of u Republican form of Govern­
ment. A government Unit can givo quiet
nnd pciioo to all its citizcas must be etrect-
ive. Home wilt answer liotv about tbe
Clii?liolm masnere ctc.We imut remember
tlint tiie foundation stone of our Republic
is tlie will of tlie pcoplo. Oar misfortune
is that
ivo
lmve not got«
those Jaclisonlanqjualittes, that woald en­
able hiui to carry out tho will of the peo­
ple ia the total suppression of ulf lawless
ness wherever It my exist. It is the will
of tbe pMplethat all should be protected.
Though tiytegto practice the rule "*weur*
not at
iaU" if hi autliorlty we would be
temptadlo
mt$v
Ofce Jawioa
(tidr by the
8ter»«l »o*oe. jf tlie
ion of crime let the executive of the na
tion late the matter in hand and do what
his :o#ju:dly lieutet^tnt,
(the state govern
ors,) h||e fiylod to jlo. It
[the
lliyc
Full term
ypui' tiivfe,
"I*
we propose to punish the perpetrators of
the Chisholm {massacre. The executive
of a state is duly empowered to carry out
tllc e
f°P
lc
°f
thc cx
pressed through their laws. But there is
a willjhat is
superior lo the will of a peo
ple or a single state, and that is the will
of the whole people, expressed through
the laws of the whole people and enforc
ed by thc representatives of tlie whole
people. All citizens'are in duty bound to
render scrvice to uphold the general gov
ernment whenever called upon so to do,
and the relations are reciprocal. Thegen
eral government in
in duty bou rnI to afford
protection to all iu citizens and to rtclrett
their wrong*. Tl»c imbecility shown by
our government hi the lack of -protection
of our Mexican frontier is without a parli
clepf justification. If tlie people know
that crime will be punished whether com
mitted by one party
or thc
other (arid nev
er ought there to be a single iota of par
tiality shown) there will be less of crime.
While I am writing in this topic allow nic
to Say that wc need a radical reform, and
an immediate reform, or we shall witness
very soon thc spectacle of a nation of
brothers irabrueing their bands in frater
nal blood. Our last presidential election
placcd us very near thc crater of a civil
revolution, how near—but few ever dream
cd. Every surge of the intestinal wave of
party strife in our presidential contest
promises to be firlcr than ever. The
sleuth hounds of public plunder came so
near that they could almost taste the spoil
at our last election. Like thc dog in the
chase lliay will strive tlic harder next time
by reason of it. An ounco of prevention
is worth a pound of cure our people will be
wise to commence soon to apply the rem
edies. The first radical step to be taken
is to place thc presidential position above
party aggrandizsmeut or personal gair
by 1st., a single term »f four or six years
2nd., by taking out of the hands of the
president all
appointing power,and making
every office cxcept Senate and house offl
ccs, officers of foreign missions, and {pri
vate secretaries clectiyc 3rd., all betting
on the results of an election shall be a
high misdemeanor, punishable with
heavy flue and imprisonment.
Tlic reason for tlio above changcs can
be seen at a glancc a candidate for an of
fice, as wc all know, is but a man and can
never arise above thc desire to plot for a
re-clection bv the promise of tlic minor of
flees to those who can be useful to him
in securing a first fnd sccond term.
Aspirants for office arc also men with
greedy passions for gain of money and
power, and by allowing the appointing
power to rest in the Ic.ndsof an execu
tive, naturally there gr-tliers the whole
fury of thc contest around the presi
dential chair. Make all the office:
cept those already named, elective, and
the fury of the contest can never gather
with such force arouod one point. And
above all suppress as far as possible all
betting men will struggle hard enough
for power, but if allowed to throw a for
tune into (.lie contest, it is intensified a
thousand fold. Thousands of dollars were
thrown into tlic presidential scale at the
last election, and that as much or more,
than anything else made the contest so
bitter. Tl ough always a Republican,
yet I have the charity to believe that my
democratic neighbor desires peace as
much as I do. Thc desire for peace and
power, is a natural growth in both par
ties it will never be eradicated, and must
not blame our democratic friend if he be
affected witli thc same leprosy as our
selves. If we strive for peace or power
witli one another, let it be with eood will,
by lawful means, and as free as pjssible
from everything that will have a tendency
to c!ieek the few pure cxpresionj of the
popular will, which lias and must ever re
main in all Republics, the grnni central
sovrre «tf(ty Olidpmrer. OllsKllvKli
GOOD BOOKS
ulS l',i
MM
SUMMER READING*
'"On the Itailrojd cr Steamer,
xl.
discussed. As before intimated there is un-j CoiHltfy Of it th# Sl3illti
doubled!)- a combination of men—mostly
adventurers and soldiers of fortune—stri
ving to prccipatc a war with .Mexico. Pil
low spoke for them in his letter a few
weeks ago. They first tried lo commit!
Mr. Kvarts to a do-nothing policy while
they were organizing an invading force,
nnd then sought to tempt him by the
prospect of scycral Stntes alongourSouth
em boundary, to be forcibly annexed to
thc United States, failing which, they
have operated upon Diaz with the result I
above stated. This is one side, and the I
other is to thc effect that the Administra
tion is in sympathy with the move, hoping
by a Mexicau complication to disarm the
opposition awakened by its Southern an 1
Civil Scrvicc policy. IJotli ate heard here,
and both appear to he believed. It is
claimed that Blaine's speech Wedacsd.iv,
at Woodstock, Conu., was made as a sort
of checkmate to this move ou the part of
President Hayes.
#*. A
or,
THK LAW OF THK HO AT)
IVroiiffK and
KIkIiIm
of theTmvellcr*
Bv H. V. HOLM'S, .ir.. Harnsh-r af-Lnw of (.»#•
£ood' Hall Ibiiri.
clotb.^l.-V): p:i|rr.
7) cenlfc
An fXcelWnt trawlim: compauion. an ex
of tlic Linrof arrier* of l'mHcngorn,
etc.. with jtietory enough lo fonuth* thread
Aa whu ar« hum statement* or. or qitotaHoiiB
lost iiitercPtiiiL' adjudicated
SIJBVTRBIN SKETCHY. RV WilTTam
Howell*, r. Hv». rloth. $I.7.. One of th6
inost (teli^litfal rolnnu-s that Mr. llowclls h'i«
ever written.and a capital traveling eompimtt iu
OL1 NEW KMGLABTD TRAITS. Bf
(ieorje Lnnt. In 1 volnme. lfono, cloth, $l.r»!i.
What Dean Ramsay did for Scotland, antl par
ticularly for Kdinlnir^h. Mr. Lunt has done, at
lea »t ae well,for New Kng!and and for JSoston.
A pleftsanter book to while away the dull hour*
w ttbal has not he«u paMbbed for a low tioMUj
Philadelpha Prest.
JOIMN BURROUGH S BOOKS* Ia thre#
volnmoa, 16nio, each, cloth, $1.53.
Birds &
Posts,
Waie-Sobin,Winter Stuish!oe«,
Mr. Bnrronghs is one of the most delightful of:
American^wajiete, And ii» tbe description of
out door scenea. epota. and observations wo
know of ono who excels him. Auion^ the topics
of which ho treat* are observation* made iu
both America and England. Tin? latter lmvc PI
nuicb tho merit of uoyeity aa auy we reinentbe
front«. recent Anwric iu traveler. Uj*to i Ou
zetft.
i
OBIU THAXTRBtR POK5VR. In one'_
volume, 8tnaJHto, cloUi. gilt. $1.90. They ant
Huiqne.in many mpeci«. Our bleak and rocktf
New Iin^liind sea-const, all the wonders of at
mfwplittrcal and «e4-cbange have, I thiuk n^ver
before beta musically and teuderiy
about.—Joknso
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iiu-
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flit fVWltW -WMBf.
term of
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Tillage ffcS&to $2 50. Booms to let in the wii ter.
i. 0. CKAVEN. A. M.
COPEUN,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
CHICAGO,
N. W. Corner Si ate and Madison-Sts«
Elevator entrance 7~, Madfeot&Ml I
Formerly 244 West Vnshington-St.
Frank Harlan
Is now prewired to bojr np
OLD IRON,
Wrought or rut.
Brass, Psvtfsr, Britannia,
Tea Lead,
WOOLEN or COTTON RAfiS,
covers, fM
ket price oi
Paper. Pamphlets and Rooks without covers,
wMch be will pay the highest market
trade, snch an Tin-Ware. Oiasa Ware. Noti
lie will alao buy butter and By
ire. Notions &m.
s ntihe highest
Hi* pla
4
TOLEDO.
Where he may bo ariritcFped, but be will mke it i
point to travel orer Tama County with hi# wagon
so be prepared to trade him any of the above arti
cles you may have on hand. 6-3m.
£3?" I neither buy old carpcts or brovHH
paper.
"THE PRINCE
of popular essayists in our coun
try is Professor William Math
ews."—
The Interior.
First Edition Sold in 8 Days
Second LargeKdltion NowKeudy of
HIS LAVEST WORK,
Hours With Men and Books.
One Hadsome Volume, Price, $2,
"On every page tlierc In »oiiictliln$ t+
instruct.as well at atuuse. nnd the influence Si
genial aud elevating."— I'rooUleuce JonnuH
"Brimful of literary gem*, anecdote*
aud tidbits
charming o!
dai'd.
"Witli ilit*
capital volutii# we advl*ci
all to make acquaintance as noon as po*ei
ble."-AV«? York Erf-ntng Mail.
"Every reader 1m in debt to till* bril
liant writer* His writings, without excep
tion, are use ul. do good, increase cultunp
arouse thought, ambition and enei^y. (Jet tfeo
volume,read it, enjoy it. nnd hand it to
soiim
6ne else to
enjoy." —Nctc
York School Jottrnak.
Second Edition Sold in a Wetk I
Seventh 1,000 in Press!
WHAT TOMMY DID.
lly KMII/Y HUNTINGTON MILLER.
Chenjt Edition only Fifty Cents,
With all tlie Pielnrps*
The New York "Evening Post" calls
it—That most charming *tory of child Hfr.and
child mischief.* -One of the most delight
ful things of the kind iu existence.
The "Advance" *ay*—
Of all the baby books* whirh the year has yro
To J)id.'
not i to compare with
*V\
hat
Tlic "Saturday Gvniing HrraUl"itayw
incomparably funny. And not the Ifjist
charm in that while it is absorbingly interest
inir t" thc juveniles themselves*, it i- none the
less no to men and women. The famou#
"Helen's Babies" itself i* uot more uatund,
graceful and pleasantly interfiling.
Tlae "Northern ChriMllaii Advocate**
save UY la-i-hed all the owning over tlfe
manv funnv thiitL's Tommy said and did.
We will warrant tl+nt n.» one. young or old,
will lav it down until r-ad through.
JOftIV tKBKItTON, In the "Cl.rtw
tlaai I'liion,"
It would he uur'liy uf the seiions considera
tion of parents if it were possible Tor anv one
te be other than WILUIA' MIUTI1FUL ov#
the xaiiitliueH* and druadfulnessi's oT the lit'
tie hero. We pity parent* who fail tfr
read this book: there i* no time in the day.
n\ day in the
ill not dispel i
vilif the: p»-
S.C. GRIGGS & CO., Chicags
STUDEBAXER
WAGONS.
STUDEBAKER
,l. c...!
J-
A
Ittai
t, tp i
:fP"
BUCCIES.
STUDEIUKEJt
PHAETQNS. I
stcmhaker
cupi'S-
with refereiiceK
Rons of lussh.i
in the verv 1
Christian I'nio
volume meet a
nnd Kiii-h a ou
dence would influence.it will be more pojm
tbau any novel of the day.'
ale |r
110111(1 th
i'u,
THK SPABROWCHASS PAP1SRS or.
Uvlng In the Country. Ih- KredeMek 8
toxzeii.-. In one volume, ltfniu. cloth. $1.50-
Ilerc very ple^aut reading, very pleasant
reading, indeed Imnest and eseelleut. w»rk in.
nianv places: a irood appreetatton of tlie comicli'
Side or Jtfe. an' th it tu^e8ton of feelin-'- »T
ila s-riari^U 'Ks wuhout which the other ia off.
small accouut.—-l/fo/t/'c Monthly.
llr Harried Life at
Bilside. IlltKt.
Matrimonial Infeli
cities.
Out of Tows. lilnsfc'
Caies aad Ale S
Woodbinj.
Ca:tles in the Air.
CARRIAGES.
STUPEBA&E&
PLATFORM SPRING WAGONS.
STUDERAKER
.-/lostoH 'J'wr\i
LiveU*. huinoroiis. aud guar'
tterijtf.
Hie humor of the qnlet and delicato kin£
wholly wirhont ltiaiico «r bittern*».—Pirttan4
I'rcsi.
EXPRESS WAGONS.
STUDEBAKER
Fic-wmwucbfis.
STUDEBAKER
•air
mutii*
G. WutmnB.
Send lor Catalognev to.
800% BEND, QftV
&ii y*|Ayb
MkA&A ktjre oiiiH
FA^CY^:DEESS GOODS
Domestics, WTotlons,
GROCERIES, &C.f &C.
Boots and ShoefiN
G.
f* cv/
SLtfCIt#.
y/'
SWEAT,
I 1
a/d UtM kssqjrtoitoi
l'.^|
4
HAT8# CAPS, CARPETINGS
J. 'u- -r'.i'dt r., ,«.»
Queensware, &ci,« a
V 1
"Wliuftt» furnUS thdrciasto^re at to the times. 1
ful lo llieii- miincroiis cunitonicrs r«r pa"t lnvors, they hope ly strict mtiigritv ami
close utli-ntioii to business lo merit :i eoulimiiiuee of their patronage.
HENEY GALLEY
HAS AGAJtf ADDBD
LIBERAL INVOICES
LARGE&ATTRACTIVE STOCK
(MMHNDSANMSK UIWLL BUS ^WSKTXSNTB
INCOMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
AND NEARLY ALL GOODS AT
Greatly Reduced Prices,
FRO'• LAST SEASON S PRICKS.
viace (h ••.nfclvw a# to flic iuducollkifcU lo the
SWEAT,
W.
gEl
WAUSWREMW
ADAMS & FRENCH HARVESTER.
NEW BUCKEYE MOWER.
M»htar •!»«. to.. a feaftssts.
GOODS WARRANTED AS REPRBSCNTeD. SJHITUBTmBITYITI
PIMPLES.
I will mail (free.) the reel ipe for prepar
ing a simple Vegetable Ralm ti'.at wul re
move T.\N, FIIECKLKS, PtMPLLb and
BLOTCHES, leaving tho skin solt, clear
and beautiful also instructions for pro
ducing a luxuriant growth of hair on a
halt! head or smooth face. Address, Ben.
Vnmlelf & Co., Box 6121, No 5 \V00Etcr
TO CONSUMPTIVES.
Tlic advertiser, having betii pcrmiin
ently cured of Ihut dread disease, Con
sumption, by a single remedy, is :mxious
to make known to his fellow sufferers the
means of cure. To .all who desire it, he
will send a copv of the prescription used,
(free of charge,) with the directions for
preparing and using the same, which they
will find a SruE CriiK for Consumption,
I Asthma, Bronchitis, &c.
Parties wishing thc pfpscription wil}
please address,
Key. E. A. WILSON,
19i Pen 11 St., WilHamsTmrtrTi, N. Y.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A freniicma 11 who sulleretl ltu' yeais
from Neryous Debility,Premature Decay,
1 and all the effects of youthful indiscre
tion will,for the sake of suffering hiimuni
1 ty, send free to alt who need it, the rc
di e ami direction for makkig tliu siniple
rented v by whu he was cured. Sufferers
Nvisbiug^o prolit "by tbe advertiser's ex-
s[
H. GALLEY.
perichfe'ciiu.do so
"by addressing in per
fect confidence.
I JOHN B. OGDEN. 42 Cedar-St.. N. Y.
MADK by Agents in cities
and country towns. Only
neecsssiry to show samples
to make sales and money*
for any one out of employ
ment ami dieposf-d to wor'i.
Used daily ly all business
men. Send stamp for eir
(ailar.with prices lo ji.uenls.
Add ress, "Special Agenc7,M
tiftall l!ui!'!ii
DIVORCES
Legally and quietly obtained in every
Stale nnd Territury, for Iitcniiipiilibility
and otlier cnusos. 110 matlev wliere llie
parly resides. 13 years'experience. Fee
aflcr decree. All loiter* confidential
Address. A. J. DEXTEK. Alt'y, Ifoonm 8
A i, l!!i Bearliorn-st.- 11 i.ajfo, 111. U11
(|tieslion:il)'e references jfiven. ('o'.'rcs
pondenco with tlie legal profession invited
Tlio New
DAYIS
Vertical Feed
SEWING MACHli:
i
Is presented
0
tlie public »s the
Si^ple
in Construction,
CerUln
n
Business and Professional'
STRUBLE to GOODRICH.
its Results,
Most Durable in its Parts,
»,-il ndnpled to a -renter range of work
limn any oilier Muchine ia the Miuket.
What "Thc Davis" will do
HEM MWElWITH°UT BASTING.
aOuid Jt
j® Cftnh :T
Scallop Hinding-
[•'olds
Sqilari-8 or Straight.
Hf «aiiU tlme.,U"S "le
M-ike
"or SSu!hi"i,ed
TTOKXEYS AT LAW, Toledo. Tamn^.nty,
A
Iowa. Offlcc in Johnson & GalK j' Block.
STIVEKS to LELAMD,
A'SSSfStfmSrfS
D. D. APPELGATE,
1 TTOIENEY AT LAW. Toledo, Tama County,
A
Iowa. Will practice in alt the Courts. Col
lectiono made any tvbere.
THOMAS S. FREE,
*IXRN8Y
AT LAW and United States Com
™*i.mer Toledo, Iowa. Office over Free A
Morse's Storii.
to
BBBRgQLE
L. B. NKLSOX. N. HABKKB.
NELSON
to
J. BALLARD. III. D,
PHYSICIAN.
rirrifrtttftiBnT*
u
at the same tune.
SCHOOL TEACHERS:
rrease vottr f-iiarv
crease your h-nary t,us devotin
Hon of your leieure time to
expei-t yon to casivattH for ««y inter
WIIjLETT.
-FORNEYS AT LAW and Notaries Public
Toledo, Tama County, Iowa. Office Gal
ley A Johnston's Block.
L. G. KINNE,
I ttoknby and counselor at law',
V Toll do. Iowa Will practice Iu all tho
Courts. Collections made any where in Iowa.
a*0. L. BA1LBT-
v- A[ STIN*.
BAILEY
to
AUSTIN.
ttohneys at law and land agents
A Toledo, Tama County, Iowa
HOMER S. BRADSHAW,
Proprietors.
1ST ©'VST-
Hii Toted«*
kJ. Henry &: Co.,
htAUEBU IS
Posts,
10
tlic^inlMmrV-C11.tlvU|k'ce® on at
It will mukf Plailud Triimnin-r
"-lli.'."S,rla1
cvd Tr
1
Trimm,n
mnnnur nf Bins AViwlvn i ..'iV™
or'S&hiS^
Macliin
IT HAS NO EQUAL
ATTieitAIFxiv
1,109'
1
per Cut. abevt Qnt,
8ew
It w til i ather without sewin' m» i* »i»
It 17
lhe Mnu' ?"bCT
'^"•"saKick
»»"•sVrew on at the
8«lto ,«l
II turn a Hem aud Stitch on ivt«,
»ne operation Trimming at
ike W_i,lir
ilIu!
N,,rnnv „u'|11]
411
ft will (to fflliiia.'Bias
l?n jrood,
»f leiijjth of Stitch onScroii u-«rw
Uai""r
COMPLETE
'Vl.i,liU'.A li
ever applied to a qi«-
mg machine, aud will do every run^e of
work, witli uicoinpivrablv I'leitci-,.^
facility than any cHl.c,'
rpe" ^U,OUt «Uld"'S Ihreud by U,e
The machine cannot be put out of tim»
by use-dot* not have
ts the easiest machine to learn lo uae '^d
,9- CRI
TMJffio, IOWA:
tock
011
g"011"'limcr-lt'«»»l"ni
Straigut, cither on Cot
i any goods.
It will Fell
It will
Composing of
CkOTHiG
™ou^kg
Tuekir^..
FriiiKin/i. ,ir Stililifns UrafTl'
it cauu.it be excell«r Al80,fur"siicw'i'i'
Tailoring, Drte8 Makln-ana Pamil^^
A-\D
Furnishingfioods.
Call and see us and vn£.Lm
vmceil thatit is irutj.
fc CaSe Untl
The Automatic Bobbin Winder.
ifebi"
|5&
In
THE SII9IB8T TO GIVE 8AT
18 FACTION.
©nt,
TOLEDO,
i
i sa\i
R'y
celebra
fll
10: 3
if both
Cheap Guns for the
cXS.
-Peopvl
Double Pliot ttnns. (mi„ *7 to«w
in- Shot Ciiuis, from 1,.
1K[l
alfkinds, $-1 to $2r. jiiiU-s
Louding. Single and Hopcati'i.,',
ers. ltcvolveis, 5, ti ,u, 1 7 .J- ''a
to 820.
Goods sent C. O. 1). willi |irhi],.„„
Prici- lift free. Adiires,
1
-a
GUN WoltKS. ni»l.«r»ii. IM
AT
CLOCKS,
Jewelry,
To
'^o 10K,
$600 Pianos for
And all oilier st.vlea in tin- wm*
chiding Uraiitl, s-qiian- and 1'iirli
And ail other
Grand,
sold dire
No agents nc
Theeu Pianos ma
tennhil Kxhibltion.
ominended
ttorney and counselok at law.
TTORNKY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
Office in Youiiginan's building, ^outli side of
Public Square, Toledo. Iowa.
oinmipsi
1
Stone's
A' Toledo, TamaC'ount
Bnilding, over Clarke Uroi
c. B. BRADSHAW,
mill ......
•?aiIiief^TI1
"Jiiutnn 1
omniBiuU-d fcr tin-
BIuhkst in
M»nnraetnry--,,„e ,.f tlie
world. '1 lie Square lirautl^ luulai,,
,!
"'i
n^w natflit Duiilpv (lv.
new patent Bajiles uv
imhih.,
improveinint iu tlie liiati.rv'uf
The UiiriL'lits are the ft„est
3t«*|
f«.| t. write f..r Illiftrau-i and dJS™-'1
logue.— mailed free.
Mendelssohn
Mssohn Pi
BARKER,
RK\L
ESTATE BROKERS. ONH MILLION
acre? of Innrt for xali'. Money to loan for 5
yearp. Tlie OLIHSThnw\ and Loan Ajrtncy in
Tama County. Have had a resilience here of
twenty year*.
SURGEON' AND ACCOUCHEUR.
Special attention paid to Surjfcry. Office over
Doolfttte'8 dry «ood Sion-. IJcsideucf. oiw»4®ar
Eagt of the Christian Churcli. Toledo. Iuw%
c. B. STERNEMAN.
DENTIST
•arly new.foursett? reedf.
1C stops, snh-hass. octave
tiplor.beauiifu! tsolo ston
r.. eost ounei only
OBBANSi
fT?
:g7
riimr
'•.v 3^. Itaie opporl
i
have
i take eie*
bnited HfclATTV PIANOS and Ol(iANS.and fcav
ineu"e tiade beinj,' daflv on the inerense.hence the
abnw liberal offers. Best offer ever ffiveu by any
manufacturer, now ready.oii our new inurruincnts.
Agents disconnts ^iven away In new localities, in
or er to have them introduced xvher.r I have no
agents. Ful.v warranted for six years a? strirtJv
first-das", and sent on 5 to l."» days* test trial.
Monev refunded and freight charges paul btth
svayi»*ir un^aiisfactory. Agents wanted. New
Or^an?« to the trad-: and upwanli*. rtiislrai*
ed catalogue with list of testimonials. line of
whom yon may know. sent free. Wry liberal
disc unis t» T« achcrs. Ministers and Churches fo
introduce them at once. Address DANIEL b\
iJKATTV. Wauhingtliii New Jersey.
Matteson House
CORNER OK
Wabash Ave. & Jack soil-st.
•iCHICAaO.
f&i
This Hold Iowa Tr^ilpj
I
s
your letters
(y i .vei*ior Coin ing IJook.
Made of Chcmicai
I'ujk j.
Quickly copies any wriling WITHOUT
Water, PRESS, or BRUSH,used at home,
library or office. For Ladies wisliin^ to
retail! copies of letters, eyery business
111.111, clcnr.vmen, cerrespondenls,travelers
i'r is invaluable—sells at .sight. Send
£).( anil wc will send a 300 page liook,
l('| size, by mail paid to any address.
We refer to any Comcrcial Agency Send
stamp for Agents' Circular. UxcKl.sioit
M'l-'o. Co., 110 Dearborn Si.. Cliiiifo III
•WOO AGENTS WANTED.
S2.S0 ?1 MY.
ROBT. HILL &'COm
ano
yo. .)! I'.lfllADlv.w v I
«r« L.
Carpenter? Buildil
TOLEDO, IQWA.
'. —0—
I have returned to Toledo and I
the ffi*t bnilding north of BnrtE ,?'H" I
store, where I am prepared todom«h'' •1
lecond Moiidn} of .every
one week, at Dr. Son#t-
••rV oftice. Aluo sit Tract the 3rd Moudny of earh
montii, remaining one week. Killing teeth with
(joId. a Hpticiality All other work done.
"nr? "(SU-e^eT,",'! I
i
01 tavef, fine rosewood
'.uiot used over six
itli.« onlvSlSOliO: cost
it ?6r0." Other great
PIANOS
""1 *«*»««&*
OSKALOOSA
MARBLE
F.W. McCall & Son, PrcpU
Foreign and Aracrtcan JUr*,
SCOTCH GRANITE
CtiU
pporhimties. JIeIo»l.^ous $10.
nd" upwards, used onlv a short nine, lheftbovc
erond hand instrnnu*ii"lH are in perfes order and
h!!y
warranted. but not our own make,
Represented iu Tama ami adj..i»ji,.»tmitjJ
b. e thomas!
Who will continue as h.•i',-l„furc
u
who need marli'e or I,., may
P. 0. B02 73, TOLEDO, TAMA CO., a»4
EST- IwicriptioH* &i/t Of
(itmxtH. or Ioh*/n}uu laud'n
may hsr?
HYDRAULIC
FLOUR MILLS
The Hydraulic Floor Mill?,«
Tama City, I.owa, are now
ready ta «*xchange
FLOUR FOR WHEIT.
Best Terms!
Sftnil grind all kincly of led at
*he
LOWEST RATES.
I'-. t'lil XSIHK,
•7 J'i»!*rn'!ii
The Tama
ITanufacfurer's & Buildei's I
ASSOCIATION.
.41 their new l-'a ••nrlie vr.-i:.I'i u
•piU-t 1:» ail of
Turnin?, Plaining & Sc-rell I
sash,
ons.»
iiuL'LDIXfiS.
ANI» liitACKKTM,
*9r-?-
zmt io
Lumbar Yainl
t-'i.. Err. rw. tit.
OF AT I, KIKDS
I.' order on short notice, (ietifralfti.
Srti+t&r? r?id Bw?Uhn«. are |'i-e|mr(d at all tia
rodoai) kinds of Carin-iitvr. Joimr ur Ci»U.
Work.
\ro«k done jwnptlj, and Msthfnrt
guaranteed, (.'iv^-nsr. all
•'Ah»W i* (!. 1*1,AKK. Preulden!. or J.
COlJVlJX.Sijjieriiit. ii'U ui.
Tama City, Iowa.
Direcl Ro -Io to ihs Oapilal!
D(.& M'.'iriPs & Minnesota^ R,
TIMKTABI, (ioiNiisoiTii,
I
Lo«ti*
MTRfBEB,
Aiiu'9.... S»n in., T:i«):i. m.. 2*»a,
I Arrive U.8 olms :,:J(11,. in. ll':i»a.iii
(JOIXUNOCTII.
IV Mollli II ::ll)a. in. -:(Mi |,.
"I Ames._1 4.". |i. ui.. 8:1*1 p. in..
,onnerti»
ijATH S1!IX(J|.E*,"
at Ann
.•ith rhh
and 1 a.
east. p.
nm
i I!-
o o
ITCNJKrtV-
X'onn. is at I)e« MoiueK with .. 1!. I. & P.
4 Wijoini: easl.1l :5n a m. and 1 rTO n. nu ludiW"
nnd Wuiiei-yet. a. »•». and 4 p, m. KeoknV
I. M.. south, 11 -AO a. ?n. and p. m.
7 Will not at Polk Cilv. except
to Uave pas.«fi) er«.
Trains 1, sj, :j, 4vii dully excejil }iimlay.
Train G, daily xcejd Mondav.
J. J. MSlXnT.Oeh'ISHli't.
CENTML R. R. of IOWA
4_*'iossiicr
Bttildh,s papcrJie.,**
money is scarce,
StUclle«.
Ud
Folds.
1 one
1 AN" FOR TIIAT
/'Juration.
HKA80S,
j},,. CliiraL'o Sr \orlhwe««lerii V
J1AKKMAU.TOWN.
ConBvctin: for all pointe north.
.1'
i f4 '. MASON enr
AVfththcMlluaukic »nl St. Paul
urru.MWA.
n* 4 *7"
-.1 -I
iif'
With (liveririnif roads for all noil is
south kast axd west
Kakes It tbe most (lesimble ror.to and ir
i&. outlet for tntvel from Central
lhrKaU'
Times are Harl,
Through Tlt'kefp can he jmrrl n- at
i f*iinllto\vn for all iiaporlaut poiutpihi.n UrtK
Unitt Statt s.
J. U. GR!3XEi»L
A. IM'SSELly
ASD
WB IIAV
Rsiluced our fi00ds down
C. & N.-W.
H.XPJE3JS.
Chicago & North-Western
Einbracvs nirli-r one maini'vnu-tit th«'
IVnnk KaiUvny Linrs (»f tin- WKST and N KTU
^VEST. and. wilh its nunuroiis Jh-anrlii-dcon
ikbotionti forms flu* slmrtf-st and ii»ikff
betwocn Chi»: i^'o and all point? iu Illin«
Ctfipin, N( rthern Michigan Jlim trla. Iowa.
Nenrask-i, California ami tin' WcKtcrn Tei -r!.
to
Omalia an«l alii'oriaia Uw
the r*h(»rtrt and htsf route hettti:
and all poiMHin Northrrn Illino'elo
.Ni-b aska, Wyoming. Colorado
California On gov, Cjiioa. Japan
or
O O S
.Pakob.
n«h. Nevada,
and Australia.
a
Chicago, St. Paul & IWIiinrapolN Lin'
1-1
be fbort 111 inlH'nii Clrciv o ami t.'"
hW
i» Nri'lb.'in Wis. onr'iii "ml Mlniu'wiia.
Maa'soii, St. Paul. Minnimwle'. llalutli. and
luiiiil. ||K.
jr(,.at
Nofihwisl. Its
Winona & St. PclrrUw
I* thti route he.twccn ChUnffo and Crow
Winona M'^heftcr. OwatomiA. Mrtnk»toj. I
New Uln. ad a!i joints iu Southern flnQ^entr.vi
Minnesota, IN"
Crcf-n'Bnv A: ITIarqncttf
1^ thf onlv lim- bi'iuven
ChS,a-"o
and Jaut^vf
Watertown. Koud dn Lac. UnlikoMi. A
Given Hay. tchanaha, Nejraunce.
lloughtor,Hancock ap.d the UnkeSiipvrior
tiy. it?
Freeport & Dubnque Llue
I® the only route between Chiratro and
•'ockfoid, Frcej)ort, and all points via #itria
l's
(litoflKo $c HIIlTranhf^ Mw
Is the old Lalie Mhort? T?mto, aud io the oidy oM
^iP8'tig heavrcn Chica^ and £v:iit*ton.
Vorest. Ilif-hiand Taik. Wanktgan, Ratine,
K«ai08hA«ud.Mi wankee.
Vttllman Palncc llrawlns: Kooin Cnr»
are run ou all throuffh tiuuip of 4his» yo«d.
bo
C»J-
jOK.
Tills is the ONLY LINE numinjr the»« -arH he
wet-n Chicago and St. Paul and Miumaiiol]?,
Chitago and Milnonbec. Chicago and Winona, oi
.CMcago iuid Gi«tn I lay
Otope onnectlm® me in:nle»a' CliicftfTO whh^h'
Lake 8lioro it MieUgan Southert:. eh»jjan
aialtimore&Oho, Pittshn-ir 1' Warm
Chicago, Kankakee neandi'au y*iui'leKon
jorali poJntu EAST, SOVTH-EAST.n: *i with
Chicago Alton and UMnolu Cvutral for .dl v-.
SO till.
Ch «e connections are also mn-li wilh thc V
"acifle K. II. at Omaha for far West print*.
Vlo4«eonttfriUni* are mad* ai function tlv
train 'Of all a osn point#.
o\er this route are nold by *'1 Cnnnot
nited Slat»p nnd Canada
TlckeJ Apent« in the i
uieiub i. you ask for yoar
o A North-Wear* rn Ranu*\y, andUk."i')Q«
4,1
o Bn»adway:
j. .aOfflce.S•»r«9*
i- V®, 121 MnntsoW'
bJttr.-* W Cl«*k Wi**1
unable Art®

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