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.. »«wa» fltata Csa.] Falls, muwEciig TamJi June 11 ax
-WMtKiB «r the TtroWw-sn nattv af
of
AMSI
•late of wil! bs Iwk! at the ejt* af
This is not a Toledo affair, simply, bat
me in which every patriotic atizca of
Tama county is interested, and we lope
to see, delegations from various parts of
the county in attendance. Let as tern
out and show that
WA
i
anJ
PwHoiift, «b Werinewjsy, Jaae itajf Ii
?y*:for
u,
a canuicate lor hecretajy of State.
candidate fi»r Auditor-of Stale.
Jk randldate for Treasure of State.
C*5fflt Kue''"0r
tha Bepoplican State Ceo
TNSJ
Committee.
Cwttiy fiMnraaflMb
A
Jt Colambia
M&AmmA S
rirWBt
c,w-nE
^'*,JFT Ls»i
A candidate for kttantj General.
A ttnd tl»lefnr Jndp^of SnprmaeCoart
w nudklaie for Clerk of SnpremeCoort
EH
S
A cord?al inriution U extended to «11
wbo expert to an wjti tbe Republican
pwny in tlip coding election. A full rep
resentation is desired.
ay order of Ooan'.y Central Committee.
G. R. PriirBLE. Ciisirmac.
Bated. Toledo. April 24th. 1S7S.
*AY 30t
WoAmen h.v. s^ified their intention
honor aad revere
the memory ot tho^e who hare passed
Atwto "Fame's eternal Camping protmd''
and joined "The bivonac of the dead."
TI
WXSHIX'.irO.V COttKtMM.NDEXl'E.
Washington, D. C. May Itsth, T8.
long talked of inveMi£i*t?oii wai
introJuoeJ ia the House oa Moodav
When the morninc hour expired, Mr.
Clarkson X. Potter, of X. Y., arcse uud
without s1r ]iBing himself in tbe leaat.
pulled out the vaive that set the wheeis
investi^stion in motion. The jfalleries
were crowded with Indies and gentltuien,
ani some who were uot pentlenjen. ail
ansiour to witness tbe ^tic^ple between
i Be statesmen of the two great fairiet
Uh the fkwr there was
n
prtTat deal of stir.
and wbis *r-d conmitations were held
in every corner. When Mr. Potter took
tire floor there-A
US
a flatter through the
jmvilcgc. In an insiaiit Con«r^r, H*ie
Tii^ ejectment suit br^tigt'. bi-'Gen. G.
•*V Cast is L?s. p.-in of tbe late
inc fact? in retard to the estate.
1,
co-,-
•%ar. noml.crs of e botlies hare heen te
ni$mt na
P°"er
fnoTL'J find at tit's time there rem: in
-•.'IWBod aura' rs»!.»ui 15,000 in the "City
'u£ Head." The Ktalacs of Rtbert
fa *in and thr Rer. TVter Mtthlenbnrp
to p'acf-d in the ICaikwial Statoary
4ftH'l af the —Dr. Mulileuburg at
JfJjc beginoitjg of the Rerolotion. consent
:o »ate a noKtuisil in the CeM, and
ffii* last sennrjn contained the worrds:
"'TJ.ere is a time for ail things—a time tr
Ifttaalarteiwicn ^r»»everrfiiai*
•f. iVw letters atv apoa
Inriletiaea,
Thursday cTeninfc
xs
»f 'is Rrealest imix»rlaaos
P?n»** of ftakiaj 'lie Ihe sac.ce*:, of the Sabbath Sciiiol work
is*', re I*wa, that erry cooatv ia lie State be
Sabbaih Bchnrt Workers
Sre
Tl e rs'.m of reprcsentalicn wil] be one ,w. ,,
li*£aie for each ratraty in the State, and i
addition therrto,o«ie delegate for tray prormon nwl be made Car faying pert that the Sabbath was
NWL
measures a 'l i-rit to tiera u rcprescn
taiion in this great Jubilee Meeting We
t5lis
glorious work.
We
6
of the Sp'rit from
JACOB RKTI,
Chairman.
OE
CojDverUou the Uepufr'icas partv
af Tajna Count'. Tows, will meal «t the,
Cbtr House, in ToVdo, on Saturdav the thrcushont the SUte a a day
8Ui day of June. 1S8. nt one o'clock. P. enoe and prayer that P*5to s prrsent its
M„ for tne I 'JH•«»« of appointing ue!e- claitni to their respective CoFLTegatkms
ratef to represent snirt cnurtv in the State
1
...
Hapublican CoKvcntion to be beld-aHDea i
Moines on the lflth day of June. 1878.
nnrn.n„,
that Superintendents de-
Tote daE
Tbe ratio of representation *ttl be
portion of the hour ol School
OM
in tpecial prnrer for Divine Blenlas up-
^•lejrtte foT each tovntbip and oae for oq iijg Epproachins CoaTentioa.
•w 25 Totrs or fr*rlM»n thereof of 15 or i */. a ,, s
prercast for Hon-lofcnOar forGovernar, I Tae people of Cedar Fal.i h:11 recerve
"the gcmrsl eiictkwi in 1877. ns with opsn hearts and door* Those
Tbe resnertivc townships wtfl ha en- expeciinc to attend will confer a favor
WeOo'° debates, a« M'ows
Mre
themsalyes annoyance, by seod-
»rck T- r.iTt s i^-ai VtSae» .^7! .7 their nam*s to Caleb May, Cedar Falla,
Cnt ~i Tt.lrdo..
liaeshi 1 Tima
Upr.uC Ciwek S O :*r C-reA ..
tryst*! »rk
Witt.. S*'t 'n*k..„
C)ark 4 Hi ch
land
by June Sth, that places of entertainment
may be reserved.
County Secretaries, Pastors and Super
intendents are requested to eiten^this
notice. Publishers of secular and relig
ions papers, will favor the cause by giv
ing this announcement of the Convention
place in their column*.
Marsh all lown, May 6t», 1S79,
R. H. GlU(0U,9ki£^
Cedar Eapifc, km
E. W.
AIXBX,
to be a great imuw
Sec.
Mar "baWtowa, i
rnoA iK.Er.
ia the interest with which Decoration
B*y is being observed aTl over the wintry.
We have never known the d*y to be so Presbyterian Church in Tiaer, last week,
JRfcrslly observf as the coming one
proruiset to be, judging from our ex
ChaEges. It seems bat a small thing to
toeet once a year and decorate with flow
»-TS the graves of those who nol.'y gave
up their lives in defence of their country's
flag, r.Du yet it shows that tbe living liave
feoasc regard for the memory of the fallen
heaves
The
As will be reen by proceedings pub
lished ia snotlieT column, a meeting of
tha Toledo Pist of tlie Grand rmvof
tKe republic was held Isst wrek to see if
amae nrraagementa could be made for a
propc otservacce «r this day in Toledo.
We are leased to know that those who
TUN
County Sal bath School Coc
veation held its annual session in the
and was very largely attended by the
local workers in that cnuse and by some
strangeis, notably by Mr. S. W. Cole, a
former president of the society, and R-|
•(1^1 noticed Holmea, Waraer, and Wonser, of
M»rd. d«C5 southing and to invite SSSJSS
TrfXTd^rcomt°T^nijo n0" A i U(urEandll'ng^ir*10©('iin'"of
'nV
Um*Ufe Mtaihfckaal UBW.H* KTmapsmb. fi*.5«+r*ta.
Thp Tiart'pen" Annual Convent'on FSfe srealheri»JS^t»mei cbobtn
tW&abiaLli ScJjool Associatftp of Iowa.
*PS be held V Jj^Tlie MsrrasDfs rasas
Bfe*c»rAi. Corcrn. ia tbe city of Cedar Mr.
A for Rejxirter of Sopreme iuur? a rcr.rcsentali»B,dtl^{ates jnnst be that be would cater complaint againat n:gbf the. Kth a pood steadr rafn fell
T^pun. jc!»o»ea i
the duty of erery otganixaSaoo interested
is tbe study
ot
the Bible, to take sucli
matter of hrick, imparted to them the This Township aaTes two or three han- i
I start]ing information that they were
btil
tneUf The mothers propose an iadigna-|
Shaffer Brothers?? to come off at Tin-
taken to Vinton and trial had in March
IKS: judgment was given for plaintiff
an appeal was taken on some legal point
*nd judgment reveraed. The time for
second trial has been postponed from
term to term of the Court, nntil now. G.
R. StruMe, for plaintiff. The defendants
here changed lawyers^ and Mr. Tewks-
House, and intense interest was manifes
ted oa every couotenancc Boiii side*
were nervous, and me Democrat* felt un- i bury, of Vinton, haa tbe case in hand. An
rasy because 'hey were rot certain of nnusnal displav of legal lore and infcel
i.iieir» reE^t!i. u»es had notbeen counted
»nd there was certaintv 1iiat the re- -parnn. is expected. The costs
quisite ncmlwr of votes would be on hand
tlie
ca*c
!lIITf
already r:ached the sura
at the critu al moment, lianncrs were of f403 besides counsel feet, aad Kill in
sec! out to gather in the ibsentees and i creaslcc
some of the members wtief.-roed to leave
the lunch table with appetites bul half!
1
satisfied. Hale had the assurance of tbe 'iere
°'p» t'rens and MeniiRene will exhibit
OEI of
Jodgin.
speaker that he would be rtcognL-.ed a?- poaters it will be a magnificent show.
iffairs°on^IferubJican'iid^'T,i° Cunri^s i o'*? f°
U'!
,lfd.
lle
w"9
I'rejiarcd Uoned and good looking, two feet taller The we-'Ler is vet cold 'or Mfl-
for Ihe pomt raised ^ramst iht lesoiaiior ,i is jet coiu ior
and tnat he raied it a question uf hi^h
s"
-it*a it a quesiion uf bijjb
foot lnil vorih
T,
11 oot
Tbe
*ists of ai'KJDi 1.100 acres—250 including
COTne
Maneioo, )*cin£ wailtd in and known a criminal case] i*, being examined,
the atK»tjnI C-emeterf. There were arbitrarily order tbe rait diaoontanoed ia
I "T*
B£j about -COilS contrabands. The re-
iE®
mitina of o-rer !.00G soldiers pathered on
"I r,c:d
ttDl!
Kan 513(5 liie
rnate
dmi do],ars a veiir bv aot dividetl
Bto
ttnfemcn who bare Woon Kivt*. Neb. May 15th,
1
SrirfpHias by the En OKBroncU!
most draecratia^ God's holy day. They were trees wilted ud turned black before
earnestly and cordiully invited to attend: at first inclined to make aport of him.bnt Friday noon. Tbe weatber since baa
yet ripenence shott* that ti ortrr to seeing that be was ia earaest and fesring been mostly damp and cold. Sunday
Last Satn'day night Mr. Gray's Mill
i want a grand union of hearts and bands dam commenced giving war under the
V." .12 i®
want to get pressure of the high water, and is stEl damage
"»fo»ion of seal and courage from tha washing oat. tbe gap sow being some- The breaking season more than corn
most earnest and leUoas, and a bapllsa where near a hundred feet wide. -Nothing men^d. and a Urge amount of sod it be
nf tlta vi* 'rAin h'n4t thit tfalfi ^ati Km ilAtaa nnlil IKa mw r-n•» «4y»wi
tag turned over. Tha agnraltaral desl-
can be doae aotil tbe river goes doara,
aad that may be some time as it is still
rising. This will be a serious damage to
the community as well aa Mr. Gray. It is
estimated that it will coat over fSOO to re
pair the dam.
that this
ConTentiou shall send fcirth workers who
wDl awaken n deeper interest in the cause
than has ever before been felt in the State.
To this end we would earnestly recon
mend that Sunday, June Sfch. be obnerred
confcr-
Rev. Mr. Biaeell, of Traer, exchanged
pulpits with Kev. Adams, of Montour,
last Sabbath. Be also filled Mr. Adams'
appointment in this place is tbe after
nooa and delighted those who heard him.
Come again, Mr. BiascO,
Messrs. A. h. Moore aad C. L. Brewer,
of this place, are teaching school ia Mar
shall Coast?.
fork Trrrwthlp
The dogs of this community have near
ly all been poisoned whoever poisoced
that little ycller dog of oars would do
mDst any mean thing.
The sensor is 25 or 30 days earlier than
jast, yet corn planting in this settlement
only commenced about 35 minutes earlier.
Some farmers hereabouts g) to Tama
City to trade instead of Chelsea. Why
tha grocery and dry goods merchants of
Chelsea cannot do as wall by the people
as those of Taaa City, is more than i can
determine.
Personally I have nothing against Maple
Farm correspondent, if he doea jeer me
for being in siDgle blessedness and a
champion ef "School inarms" rights. I
did not throw the stress upon the reduc
tion of wages so much as upon the absurd-
Sty o{ tbe arffQment ud lbe
it js no
H. Gnmore, Esq.,of C-d*r Rapids. Great
oUlerline
the large schools in town there are many
in the region round about, and an active
internt has alwava existed amonp this
people. Besides those from the north, 1 ,e]f
Wo.^Th.U,^S
rf pr:ri:ciratinp in tie exe^es. and a Berold. He i. interesting to the children
•pecial Hiettiag of !!ope Fire Compunr
l§ called lo mnie armDgenieDtE for the
Company appearing in uniform and with
lbe erpne properly draped. Rev. H.
Gr-en, who was Captain o* Co. I, Stcoiid
Iowa Infantry, will be the Orator of the
D»y. and Uie mosie will be furnished by
tbe celebrated Cornet Band of Smith's
Swiss Bell Ringers
because hi. illustrations of his subject are
clothed isnpiuge they can comprehend. ,tore
For instance he speaking of biicka, eont^
and to tHustra-e to them the nature and
of busines5,
or
indepem'e it districts, yet i.re are
tton meeting:. pera ^g crying retrenchment, who would
The frost on the rooming of tbe 12Qi vote to divide up
was aerious on small froit and vegetable. Farmers are generally making money
entailing large constroctive loss to mar- notwithstanding the hard times, and the
ket pardners and lovers of atcawberries asaertions to the contrary, and, consider
and crcam. jng tlie financial condition of the country,
Tlie trial of tbe Cause of lire. Hitchner tlie talk about going into bankruptcy is
ALL
mg. He was addicted to habiu of intaxi-
twaddle. It is not a school tai that
ton, this week, ana a iarge Dumber cf bankrupt* a people altogether, but rather
onr citizens are cited on the case. Four
a
tax to build railroads and other public
yeats Since Mr.W. D. Hitchner.an originnl improvements. 1 have observed that those
settler here, committed suicide by ahott-
wjjo
cry loudest for retrenchment general-
]v ieid
.he
^"g-
^OTmJ dar, ike inflax of
and Garfic'td were upon the fiiKir ponring strangers to Traer will be large and profit
f»rth ptiint* of order in volievc. Tlieu able
Cteue over the am^.iulmenti
Haie-wantau to inciuJe Miss, and Orecon
in the investigation. Mr. Potter lemiu!
ded iirforaiatk.n conccrr.inc the Riuend
irient.. l']3 T*r.d n said IlaJe. Potter re
fused to permit Uie rcudisg, and called
the previa ttes-Jon. The Republicans
Uien declined to Tdtt. n-!i ch left no qno
rnm. end 'he H^urc was obliged to ad
journ with the re* lulion j'wndiiii:.
To-dar onr fine- Block men ]eaT« for
Chicago to attend a talc of animals at
Dexter Part tomorrow Their intention
i* to secure a male animal of tbe
higbeat breed and eirelleroe. There
was nothing ewd enoogh at JlcCnne'a
a&le in that line, and tbe sale tomonow
n.
ert E. Lte, in the 1". S. Circuit Court of.
Y.rcitra, linns? to rniod nrnnv interest-
offers the deaired opportonitiee they wCl Kay
Rob­
also if possible, secure
*lU
Ac
1
The
Clipper
and
smnt at aacb other. If they improre is
GOT.
I ot Uta Code. Ihejr moistening the ground about two iocbe*.
place of hohS^KlkeConTcntioa, finally concluded to stop. It is higli lime And this forenoon is wet with tbe
n
more
be made far saying p*rt' that the Sabbath was
two hundred votes, or fracjiaa of their expenses. It is therefore made serred in Ubia rioiaily, aad we hope it
bcodrec] tote*, c**4 for Hoa. Atak T.
Campbell forLieuteciint GoremtW, at the
fcrarra! electioa in 3STT. Tbe tOP^Ejng
fhowp the i«|iie»eiiUtion of tbe counties
annposing the Fifth Congressional tia
Jrict:
Marrball !0 Linn
Tama 8 JohnsUA
Barton 11 i Iowa
Ptowshiek 10
strictlj ob
more
strict
IT
ob- Prow
pnwpect*
will be heaeafter.
Misa Hut tie Braver ia at trading school
ia Gilmaa.
Tan ia voling for independent
cat»n and during the Jpreceedins winter d'wtricta, for enormous taxes to bnild
a -cn indulging to a great extent, and railroads and other schemes that would
during the twenty two years of his resi- impoventh tie p«ple at one fell blow I
dence here had drank quite a fortune. p,
fer
retrenchment and economy in
After his death, su:t was brought against public affairs. I go in for consistent in
the defendant. A change of venue -was *liin*», for tliexe aie other
Tbe health of our tnaiwritj is quite
good at present
Mias Lizzie Brehhanpt died of |B3b
sun-.ption on the DKirnirg of April 28tb,
Ji'TS, RCT. S. R~. Kern pr ached tbe fun
eral sermon the attendance wt.s rrry
large. Site was a yonrg lady liicl)IT e*-'
teemed bj all who knew her^was u mem
ber of tlie United Brethren Church, and
died a christian. Urniy Breithaupt her
brotlier who lares is Kansas! arired on
T*TT
1st.
too late
some of the
to
best his return «.® day.
We
cows and heifers. Mrs. Ain Bent-on .ill stso start to-day
^r of the County Attorney to in company with him
to
and
w
giTiBg
P"»'» benefactor. him ranch success at a teacher.
Star
Dyaart tfptsn ia a *nr tafe,- he
preut-k *ad a time to fij^it—and aviw »the booked for aa aJdress before fS.
m* (otigii i* A she said this he strip
-p+fl oiTiwt deric&I mbes, dispiayed his
as a (!!. aad read his
'Won to lliat rank.
The President is probably Uta
Irriiwata 4H. ia the U. R. He
jipoliabtj. than sny
jWiMraiaalat-flleeountry 'E«*»y aaaS
Si Cocrrntioa ten weefe. However be
did not pat ia aa appearaace.
The 0. P. Cfcnrch ia Graat I in uahjp
reodtd tvaaty sMHinai last BaMMfc.
They aow naber eighty-six. Bar. Mr.
haa tecs pastor tao
are throwing We nifderataod that the Cnited Breth-
I»B
machines once rna by editors at Taira
City aod Toledo. Boys, be deoeatyour
fathers aad asttfn are.
people intend to boild a church here
that line as fast die next BtoBtla uArainf thia eeaaoiu tbey airer.dv lure a Tery
the pnst, they will eclipse the faaos smnt keaithr suiiscnptioL list of about fifteen
hundred dollars. Tha dmreh istostasd
on tbe rise of croud is tbe sooth part
JMMB
oa the third.
handing a 1 Ihe raj jap
I reenred plaaaaat calls froai
those .nuilpumat & a
of
it will do to leach
a few term5 wb ie ca5t ag
about for other
fieldl of 0peraUon.
Bul farm maB qQotet my.
mT9elf,
elattd a wl)lt he
b"f&i''S
the
'°W
TthT
1
pr'Ce
boss'*
p.aces
the affairs of this township and county
where r«daction could be made witb ad
y*ata(a to the pcoplo.
BAKEK HILL TALK.
Thinking a letter from Badger Hill
would be of interest to tbe readers of the
CmtoTrrcii, I will try and write a few
items
Corn planting is dose, although done
with orercoat and mittens oe,asd a young
winter in the shape of a snow storm on
the 11th icst. to top off with, and yet the
prospect for a good stand of corn is qui e
from the fair, and farmers are busy trying to keep
If
1,nTnbD?
Uieir p-ound clean.
CGBrKi^n
with
jaw proved too much for the little^mnn! li.tesiDi! ».fe, Uie £:Et, die sight pects for a boantifel fruit crop were iud» *T**^
from Maine, rnd he was cut out and left them will be worth the admission gord nntil Jack Frost came this way
sne^eT^.ili M,!?
Small grain looks well jad oar pro*
I well propor-j and has rearly blasted all our hopes- •ITapm »akir£ „a E
STOP
wyctma.n^lR
Tisit
her
enter j^xsticc court while Fred Cole, in Kanaa*. WITHOUT PATCHIHCy giVDII FRCE
Getngc nad Charles
LSTEOB
c*n*io,
lawyer*. I will say that if he has] Mr. Bradford, commenced his school
lo the power lo prerent many of tbe cases here on April 2»th, and so far we think
Si u'e «erd***N
o W i s-
are here oa a risil lo llieir friends
i Bicl^oBd's) visiting the
*utbonty tbe premises to court country with some iblention of bnyin£.
ers
mf
*iH add ia aa
aae a* the giuaad
he bought ia Jsae aad ac-
uwaamwMwasaaai be wnaraeed.
^MJhg|a|aW&b«ehnae
this apri««.

delfcc k£be
ARTARFIJSEAAEBELTAMDMM.
j7o. |NM. ^iba basfea to Mek Is
iti niiilatbitfhimi asala imi k Msr
aWeteba ah—l.-
Thaaaw llsh law hai had the afct
ef Mi(k|dH»nahriif Owe who
Cmrrrn-
waste bajf-'li0®- a^aa-Mr-fltieUepad toc^iksars
Cat The ill *ffaisw« n fear of CaMS»T. Wlllliat. i»il i—i
HiiWv
r«d then! TrarrHarkedW^Wlft. w1eat'We.
j»c- 'W
fc-
1,r^
«2~%£££Lrizr£
atillr
lita s^ihe
rsMafcatd
^••**1.
-5k ,»•».. ,,
w
-£rVV
w*r trc harisg a viater in earn
toward
tfct fqnip jl wfa*er art hava take* a
U pole.
Ksf Hieegln
yery
it continuing all day.
The month of April was a fine one for
work. A few small showers. Twelve or
thirteen miles north of Wood River, a
hail storm of some force aaaed through
oa April 13th. As the crops were not
very far advanced, it did not do much
eTs have had a large ma for breakers
With a three horse team and a goc-d plow
that will run itaelf, we think breaking is
nite wort
Timber is bei?g or has bees pleated to
some extent this spring. Heretofore it
has not made much* advancement. Fire,
hoppers, and the want of proper care are
causes which contribute to its failure.
Now and then one has taken pains and a
mice looking groye now adorns his place
as a reward. Sir*aire, to say tbe ttvti
kinds that made the most sure and rapid
growth in Inwa do n»t do well here. I re
fer to the gray willow and soft maple
Cotton wood, ash and box elder are the
leading varieties her."1.
The crops are looking well. Wheat, in
fact all small grain, promises a£ood har
vest. Rye is heading.
The number of orgaaized schools in
the county is 58. fhat is the number
which have enough in the year to draw
public money.
Miss Lou Coalrs, of Toledo, Iowa, is
teaching here. Our Saperiatf adent says
she passed a highly crtditabie examina
tion.
proceedings
lbe matl€r Ido DOt desipe a discasEioo
Qpon iht subject o{ ltachers WH^E, for
great matter or mine it is not u
bjec$ of viul importacce nor one of
interest was developed in Sabbath School tread, butter and molasses with me.
work. The discussions were ably con- There are ether avocations in which to
ducted and attentively listened
embark, equally as remunerative and di»-
Probablv no aegsion. of Ilie (oDTtntion I ^puuble as teacuiDg scUool. Teaching
h»«ca!led out so 'arpe a number. Tliis ^oea pretty well is connectioD witi some
was a good plice to bold it for be*Met
°f
i the Conntv is £oin£ into bankruptcv. If
1
Dlarni ealJ
buv a whole dry good,
witb wonder
that b« did not I
in
o,e p^go^e busineaa ia-
i:ead
of that of a maple farm.
r-v- 4-
pfcaaart. Bat it
»n began to%et cm»l of evening*, ant
Stnday one of oar citizens diseoT- Thursday Bight U»c 9tli inst, it cslmnat-
KjU FMticd by three or more of its nott i ened woe of oor woold-be gentlemen and ed in a freeze, frerziot everything of a
faithful workns in this conveoUoa.i boys playing ball near to«a. He went to I freeaab!* aatara: corn tbal was op, (far
While U is to be a Mass (XinTentSoa, and tbem and expostulated with them about den vegetables and even the leaves at
Tbera are three classes of CrrtificaK s bi ionging to the store.
issued for six, twelve and twenty four I
months respectively, and no person is en- ^"e
MaabmNk Items.
Gea. Reedy of this place, who haa baa
helping his brother Joe in the Crescent
Mill of Grianetf, Iowa, ia home again.
It is quit* fashiaaable ia this adghbor
hood forgentle0ea in tahio jaOBgUdles
oat iftiag to take their maanMSs along
Jae. Hemrickaji |edagqgH«t Tiaeyard
spent Sunday at his home in this place.
Are yon going to the pic-nic seems to
be the general inquiry the young
fotks ia this yicinily.
SWKET
titled to more than "three third-grade Cer- CHSOSICLS, some idea bow *e shore
tificates. Must either go higher or step
LLIMIE
BrifenBh Items.
bn9l*ess
out of the ranks. I
The branches in which the candidate*
most pass examisatioa are as follows:
Srd grade—Orthography, reading, writ
ing, grammar, geography, arithmetic aad
physiology.
2nd grade—The above,a»d US. histmy,
black-board drawing, aad theory aad ait
of teaching.
1st grade—The above and algebra, ge
ometry, botany, and natural philosophy,
with at least one year's experience with
approved abiiiy *nu success.
S. W. Uabxk.
mee wV* ha^e srra TTwMgiV
am Paleoi Blotter Tablet
!i
New Excelsior Lawn Mower.
,Hl^eSt the Centennial Exposition
Important Features for tlie season of 1878.
REDUCTION IN PRICES.
Less Weight Lighter Draft
-t?' u ^-T^-P-n^-heiikerWHEELSorROLLER,
radical
i'
I: het:.
b^Po Park? ofw V .rk.Bj'ci
"tt*!nr»d. hDd '»n him
Th»i
Wot
TtLAT.
Burlington, TJ
Vol
7*HET ITEEP ON SELLING THE P0LLUWI5G FJ« ST
CLA8S
GOODS. JCST
T1IE SAME!
McCormick Harvesters and Mowers,
ORCHARD
crrr
WIMS,
understand thut i 211 •°W In the United SMW than
KmSSjT!?.
if.:"
1
I
t'
SjrtHtnalist meeting st Mfflert Orure
last Sunday A large turnout but little
said lh*t amounted to aaything.
As the schools are all in running order
aow the directors aad patrons should
visit them aad see if the Mae her is «teis«
bis duty oraot.
We received soaw very important in
structions from tbe county Supi. recently
Com about *H planted, but I think
some of the fanners will have te plsnt it
over.
Wheat is looHac i(M tai fraft k
protaimag.
We noticed a late number of the To
ledo
Timet
that Mary Giger was teaching
school I?o 3 in Indian Village tp. We
guess not: Mr. A. F. Colebaugh is teach
ing in that place aad be has no Indians
on tbe mil. either. BKPOBT£.
Carltoa iip.
rceaut travy rains liare rtoppeS
Lbe farmers from dragging tlicir corD.and
some few from placiiog. Tbe rain of
Fridaj B'gbt •was tlie Leariest of the a
son. Tbe young bloods of Car]ton had
1
l"
OWer
same place, and got the caah for it, sad
was just taking the train when parties in
pursuit over took him and got the nogcT.
Mr H. at one time was Mr. B.'s head
i clerk and had free access to all the money i
w*Dt
10
th's locality, aad will take for
illustration the Hall Brothers. Late last
Jl thev bought 40 acres of timber land I
and now have about half of it plowed,
which l^oks splendid. They have sold
wood enough from it to pay for the land,
We have read in the good Book of
motes, but never expected to see the
whole familv but nevertheless tbeyhave
come, and Jim Dobson is happy and con
tented.
MT.
Rose, Is balMni^ a barn, nd it
Ha
p«rfc. :i: tnTifnit^'siVt'er^d"i?ni(^'"" "u ''J
The Exctlsiw n-wv-d Thr Flit- PHEMirM? at the gnat
La«-n Miw,
!,^id i„ N,n Y(,rt fitr. I levelaiKl O..
-t. X.J h!*.o «t iht-CTfs.i Iuifrnatifns! 1-A\rr
ria and A^rico
6 Sixfsforlia
Adirppg,
K'-fland. }juit. __
a r? brd !n Eurcyw at
power—I Msec for horse power
onu-ded ut Uie ti-UUTSST
Ocr»w IJorpf
and I»EST Boi^e Lawn lil«r*irer
R.—Horw! ai»d Hasd Lawa
T£ED IX ETEBY K£SPEC*T
Chedborn & Ccidwel! MTg
Sickle & Trinmph Waiting Cnltiratoi s
U VUCIBLE KIDtHO CUZTIVATML
QUTKCT KfID VANDIVER CORN PUNTERS,
Check Rowers*
*c., **-'—r *'t» sn tii« taiii am
HOCK. PRICES!
niMl At tb» t.-,£ Pta-nd of SPATTil & FISHER.
raPP VALUABLE INVENTION, uj
THE WORLD RENOWNED
WILSON SEWING MACHINE
i
qqual to Chronometer Watch, and 3
?. Rnlahod n a fliot ulm Piano. It reoehred
the highejrt awante at the Vienna and Centennial
.. AAWA ONR-FOURTH FA
see htr. He starts on l» Unlimited. TheiO are more
JAS. WILDE,
lr„ & GO.,
The largfegt RETAIL CL0THESS and Gents' FnraM-
the whole great West, We keep the iargost
most 'complete assortment of Mens', Boys', and Chil
draM* Clothing, in this country, and all onr own mate.
?®f
816
r. —.ZsspB-sJ»rT'-,
jLC3 w Mansion.
Vie»-rTwidtn\
at
Savings Bank!
i *r "*i-»**•
Cash Capital, ^(UWO!
LEGITIMATE BA5EDTG.
Philsa
MtWI O* ALL PKr*C3Wi
R1M or THIS AHD Ota
OOCXTKin.
T-BKKLSOW
FLOWERS, ETC.
Stii te S. M. VAIL. leiranee, Beoi7 Co., IlL.
Price®.
,or
*nd Price-list.
made all calculations of having a May I nwer than AVPr Kafnro I
party on last Saturday, but the mud was
tna"
too deep. Somwiag at hi« pia«u CAHJiOT BS U
We are informed thu Cap Herbert.
cf
five the readers of tbe
FIA-
febed &s eoatcmplated viU improre tlie
tbe looks of bis snrnrondrags rerj mo. li
Mr. flajBes,
who
porcbased tlie farm
ovned by Sir. Lnmin, has pet oct qu:*e%|
mmiber of fruit
IT- CS.
in pro-
«DD built ci-Esider*
ubie feoce, wliicli mates tliiDgslook more
'ike home. L*o.
SVCr DOTOre
CniK
We
LeGr&nd forged a Note of one hundred r"l«v.»eei»*«oM order yoa win thea be i«t
dollars on Ben' dict i Hammond of the
i,s'd :hl'
HIGHEST HONORS
Cnkudol World's Fm 1876!
SHONINGER ORGANS
BEST DrSTRUMSNT&
CMr9eapmiveeacaXtaMetaT«e«MBi fee
te their »epeel, ft* v«ah tte
n nonion ouu oo.v
n laMnwua at a
1 paaaOda to a lana elaaa
•aof Ma
»«J«^ar Imtor or
UPXmbaia#
impomitilm
Item te «tthar atrial well or THB
OUT OM4M AWARDED THIS
Ala Batel and Avar* via fraatod after the
apactioa of tbe best imhiri.
eM^Mtamt Jmrtoe
Mm «M af tbe
jeal vbkk aa
k
n^MUnOB.
OAK
tor U» 1
MM
mss«T.
Vtnin|*nlltiniatak(Biei|M,
UK. l^nB,
I SIMIIGEirNEMT'n,
HkWUUg»H
mux,
|3ir Ccab!ied Cataie{uiftr 18781
Everything for the
abf-riBg ITS pa?«t. ith Colored Pl» e
SENT FiLEB
fa«.Jotneri of tiu .»T«ra. sr-d to al
•a or our b(nks. r.inpr
CO,,
NEW3URCH, N. Y.
TWEED IS DEAD
I
1SHKR.
1
8TK:R tiian
O^ER
OtheW. The WILSON
«,» ^^*CH««EIITfer doingall kinds
of repairing.
with each machine.
WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO.
Chicago, llle.8
To the People or Toledo and Surrounding Country.
shrank bdore being maA*. Nrthjflg
bat auk and the test of trimsiiop in mftHng. Ww
DBEHPS DEPARTMENT. nriw^ udtnlsfiir
self-maamrement furnished on applxatioB, We tend
fioods waml to any part the fconntry, witb
privilege of examining before paying. Orders by m^jl
promptly attended to.
James Wilde, Jr., & Co.,
P0FULAB CLOTHIHIS, OOfi. 8TATE & MADISON Stu,
CHICAGC^ ILL
"«rrv ..-itj »r«ft
©f
Farm Loans
Made in this and
adjoining ctUflftitB,
for 3 or 5 yoari, In
sums of $500 ^and
upwards, at 9 pw
cent, interest.
No Delay.
Address,
*43 sjri-
i'piK
BUBNHAM & 'BEYEEj
Crinnell. Iowa.
Send for Circular)!..
si
The CH*omct.« office is tha only offlc*
in Tama Co. that gives first class wort,and
puts Letter Heads.Statamenta.Bill Heads,
Note Heads. Sotea, Receipta. At., Ac-,
with Hadder's Pataat Blotter Tablet. lf»
Mtira thorf*.
J. P. Henry & Co.,
iliUM t*
U E
Cedar Posts,
Cute
J. BOYLE,
tfc* sifa ef ft»
Is aft the o& staai ajaia.
BOSS' flewtn Try i im
FEED k LITER
Y STABLE.
T.
MMU
fai eat ef erAar, aO tha boards
&iae Kl. pm% tav«cher aa tt la
«afe &nd faet:
1 asd safe: bett
en-,
yriu reasonable at
O U E N S
effwd.
ua.«*B
PATENT
foe
ADJUSTABLE DASH- LAMP.
Fer Xight Driving and pene^al
6arden.|
.Z A-i
Gertienine,
irt i price earb. prepalo
Peter Henderson Jk Co.,
*a-k*: Usrjpt.frf and
r*sf r.r o?]»«*r whr*e-le«Trd pit:
:*«. 5 or Pi»( u«iafc.
r. ami.. Tuner.' S Varirffatrd. or 8 I'
iana, S Glfcd Va*. or 8 T^nberooea
e riaee
Hoc^rpntkJ^i.^ Hardy 5h
4
-ope«. L#nTana. or p*t
v tjjas.
•r- i»ew Uersaan orflSa.viaa.
s Mofc .k y. Hrjrid or4 Climb
'erp'fM. iiiitr o^Rrrbarfff*.
i'ect^on* for t-2* 5 for^8: 7 forSS: 12 for
4 7o-
$T: IS
ru.i.t
Jjft: or .be foil co' w
Vja.- e^fi. J' {, ,,
c:
".U a
preeJr.i«»:M'fo-ren^aar'*"H*no$S"-t«(
a.»ri rrnVu—fo^
CHk
oStTd aiK»Te va $i.T31 be aduVc.
Peter Hendorson & lo..
A. J. Hassell,
DEAT ER I*
cime mc
aH kia^s,
*k -t-i Jr#
aad
TIN-WARE.
AH ktwli t( Job Woit ai -,ji
ABjrthiB* iitt.ny74osa
er Shaat km Vara,
"Ur4rr
I«J»
*eej,
-«-A mi

reel abctu of Tbe
bora*.
Keroaene
for 30 huort a*f
F.ta
$6. U. D.. pr:Ti}f*j.'e of exauiii
White MTg. Co., Bridgeport, Com.
Mar.ufx tare.f of «vlrs of
XACB LAMPS ud I AREUli* aad HKAESK
4
'VtrTirfi! F!orrvttur4 o*.
F-:
HOUKTISGtl. 3»
Vertical Feed
LIGHTEST RUNNING
FI*EITA RUIE OF van
GO Easiest te Learn te Use,
CO
'„tBr
IBOH WARE tim
mmm.^SCS*L
Q«a sea It.
*«arl7 a.
Toledo, towa.
THE ORPHEUS!
Jmal of Xasle.
H'dMo, Iowa.
Business and Professional
sTRVBUi Kiaaa.
AT LAW,
in"—1im 1 Toledo, ivm. 0#ct wet Fres
Mam Store.
SBSKSOLE WnXEIT.
4 TTOETTBrn1 AT LAW sad JSoiari« Public
A Toirdo. Tama Ooaaty, Iowa. OSes ia Gal
Malt. Taaa Onut Iowa.
A
BOXES H. BKAD8HAW,
1 TTORNET AVT I'Ot'NSEI/jR AT LAW.
A Toleii'. T»ro« CoaiitT. Iowa, oat* ia Stent's
BnLdiac. o»er Clarke Broa." STyre.
JACOB W. LAMB.
4 TTORNET AXP (Xr^SEL0B AT Law.
A Toledo. Tama Cmmy. Iwwa. Wi!l practice
ia lk« Mate and Federal Court#.
SILMJ. C.
•earp.
A
c'liiaicics lirY W Mor Pansbon
Ji.hn I'baiiibt-ra. Gen Wj::ianiP _,
Ket K Uatfeid. Rer ur
for
Sewing Machioa
CHOICE
TOHO.
Taan* Coisly.
OAce ta 8il|if' New Brick Block.
«. & OOODKICH.
Tit9 *bc\9 of SeVilo*. y 'r
'lo*o».hi!., Ta'-i
w
VXT
aSD OOClWHIiOK AT LAW.
fcjswa. TO pmctiM in all ttoCod*.
la rrA* 117 wbirt is leva. OSes
A Galley VB Jock.
0. p. ATPEhGATE,
TTORNFT AT LAW. Toledo. Ta«« CoMty.
i lews. W:II iffactace ia »1* the Charts. CeJ-
THOKAS S. FREE.
\TTORXET1AT
P. K. BIT vita
VELSOir A BARKER,
Ti
»BAL BSTAT* BROKERS ONIC MILLION
*cr«of iiod forHif. Monty lo ioaa
TBE
OL DF^TL&ni
acd
LCUT:
tw^nUf pear*.'
ATO SUKGEON. Toledo. Iowa
aame old piace. oppewita Cnoin-
CLB
ofite
USB SKCKaiM.
W. O. BE AX,
•UltfiE
paid
cmpt i
J. BALLARD, 1. I.
rHTWCLA^.
WIS DOW BLINDS,
Bai&iag aad Carpet paper. £e.,
ef Cl«TaX«» ea tbe Sail-
SURGED
AST)
ratiitfar'nrj znsoutr.
Teeth in?rrTed on jroid or mhber. Will* be found
at his office at nil hour*. Ikn't the place,
over Mr*. Nafh'e uiilliuery store. ToJedo. Iowa.
C. R. STERKEXAH.
DENTIST
A!: oihe
fTOLIDO^IIOUSI!
^ORXER_OF H1C.11 TREET AND AROAB
Thi« ere^anJ h.tj'2. cou.i
opeii to tbe public, u
tiou* aud at reasons t)
paa«ed !'or fir^h kad
:L Centra Iowa.
A Cluster of Golden Opinions
FOR Tli*
BRADBFRY PIANO.
n.*i.ufactcred aad io aae otei
Also, a kind
ade To bnru
caudle*
hap-
mellow,
No
and iaiap for
k. Dr Jam*f
S Arthur. Ir
^'aldeTi.
il Hfid
..-bie
i.. i» *1 DrHB K:c^awar. Ph
ookmau. fbaplain
Mci'abe/K».T
Ke* Alfrfci
A Kjnett. I I Hex
V(J-krd
a Mr hou,-'
•on on^Lt 1
THE NEW DAVIS
u,» ,,
R»VW IVI-,. Tborr.sp
?f" Hirt"' i
b0Irl-
Bishop *.r
n B^hop V, iler. EevJ SJuaki R«-»
Luce R}( h.-ock^H^T E 0 Haven. G^-r AJrcrtl
'r~ *'Friecd Smita
are all orthodox
lei
hut
ii'itr mine" t«:t k:,(] *]v
BIFTTJOP A:
ur
».M^sSbSepi«
Tt"T'b
^BaTt'-nnr*. Ma.. 7sn :S7i
7 '--'v*
anf
ali a«h».rfc tv Sr,Te.rc prefFTeece
Br,db"»
"*y Braflbury
Jrb'ih,»'fm.'.
".t raanafactared: warrsntedfor.ix mrr
»T i-
rrnt if
prrc-hMed
aSSSw'-aS-^L'®"^ on the Mine. Old
«ash prid for he same
aSL-i
1^T,0, 41
Pt.ao. tnaed Md rapaii-d -™»aotc
to
S4bb^h
,or
»ad Saceeasor t« Tm...
BaaoacaT.
14
E»»t 14th treet, Jl. T.
XANrPA.'TOIfT.
lighteit Bmudar.
The Kaifia^
The Most XhixaU^
*•«•!*•f•
Before jhmfcasftrg.
x"V'Ztt
tupm
will bt K»)j i)tpsMha,«r la a—.'
M«tolr. ZT*
Roses Per
W^'oSer bh.\f T-,t.
LAW asd St»t(lC«
Tea Ro-e», gruwu
$' .W j»er
our colie
Doz. p* Mail ...
Ai— WSW
piniuf«riiaia*d)i..'bwodiir^
t:'
mj'e-r^p
pt*
aT.¥-tt.
si.C n ... is
Tt-a
M.-d CLILH Y. R'. °C-
^KILLER & HAV£
Catal-yaowa: r-..-
.. UJ1JI. «wn
BAQXT AOSTW.
TTOBNXT8 AT LAW AND
l/OAS
Bowler Hou^T
ACKSTB
Ka.rsha.lltcnrs, ,0^'
BOVLEI1 C®^
Titie
e»*a i. Ay. W.
ir«-c.j.s«s Hole
T-
-T
4
THEGRANDHoi^
for
Agvucj
Tama Comtr. Ha^e had a rfeidttce here of
S.
H. W. BOYKTOH. & D
PHTMlriAX
COLE & SOU, Prjpi
W.
Cedar Rapids, la.
Half Block f,rem Union .n^.
Dirtcf RoutetofheCapifJi
ACCORCH^TB.
Spccia *n«»tjon paid to SRrgenr. Offi€« over
Stoa« & Sumer Sicrt-.
HeBidri'ce,
he found iT) the room* cn«er Mrs.
Na*-b'» Milliner? Store* prepared to do
•Temhh'f io hie line in
DesMoinesiMiiinesotafi^
T*Mfi
1aBL£-^oixg4-"m2!-ja
Leare Ames
ArriTeDrtHoiBeaJ:?® & 'H.h
oae
4oor
Ban of Tbe C'hrisrifctt Church. Toledo. Iowa.
DR. C. W. MILLER,
DENTIST,
GOING NORTH
Leare Tt
MOIDM
Arnre at Amt«..J so a.
a
'iVV
a
ConMfts at We,
w
Uht,
toJ^Te paapeiigpra. frlpili,
"xtX?"*1—*.S,WlSl)«iET.
Train
TI ill b« at Toied" irv Mc:d-} of
every
Montfc. atiaren-n.ii -'v
ffk.
a! Dr. Senst-
e office. Al»o a Traer lbe Srd Morday of each Hnk)a«rf u#
EC oue week. Fniiug lecth with •'"BUCjUiii wOUlfi* Wcstlffl
*£ST AND SHORTEST
Eor!,
of
oa??,r.£m«,i
Ac
tl
Takr :Lr Popular ilouie for Xarb
Going: West.
au
««rilcfi
Goblin
UiT
S:
~i
1 (Oi FABLET
PSEESfe
1 i1,'. Viola.
-?pr r:jr:':,
o 2T« .....
r». m.ip..
CoXXECTTrO
Soati. li jfi
ret rich and
pi'»erfo, a:, ging onrg.
Fri.iij peraor.a: acqaainiance
ed Da«b
anr Vehicl*.
ai.T Tehici barn
n a n
brLauiar for
with
The fo]i-M cen
fidrcce of ine pnbnr. We are tie Bradbury
iafactTo^
OSiJ 411(3
liir*
Orrac«.
If r* I
BeJkn«*»p. IJ rii
Tiffauv.
DEER HUNTING.
I:i(!isfer.s&ble on anj Dactirj. Bourln^ or
Y O N E
Grv O T.
EaVfw-k. Gen W
1' i Ore^wejj. Rev O
en^rai N 1
O li
SKTSNi
U« ia* HOI-
.76
N Y. (ren i
Ir John ilr*.
iTlilfiwi
At .Acam.ua. Miditu'
(rOJTifr £aet. u (is
a
At (.wlAr l^pid
-hSrld^ NV-
14.090 in
Tbr ]-et nliar ctann rf thia Piane ia iiaadapta
t:ec to T'e be man Trice aa a?) acconipaa^em
ow!nf i« i »Tinpaihetic.
N-
i' ^p. in.
^-.nriia«T. v
i:)t. u.
U
Sontii
)caTe
gVitigEsf
Central Rail Rsati
J. *. BHIXSEIi. EectiTB.
wnaot
O U O U E
ihieflrn
«e ?as etd'.»r»e thrrn aa
wenbj vf
ve entire aat-
Per*(»D* at a diwtfince need feel no befdtatarn in
aendjug for their iil narrated prire-l»i aad ord^r
to order ftecond baad Piaaof aad
are reliable.
•t?-
Saint Paul & Mianeapolli
ajcd
St. Louis & Kansas City
Mllvaekee iuj fc,
of tbe
ft: trai low
Phillips
R"ncl Xorihtm Ra:
pc*sess»r8 ihe cue
TL,«
Termini In (be Four Great CJUettf
the
41T Kradbarr P:sn« if
ra
Umi:
im*ai°d*MSo?w »L5UI
cooe* -be grest rontt dlRrbstajof taals
a {Masts Nti-.h. St»a.b. E»i: ,r WMt
A fall !:at of
PullmaM Palace .SIteptn MB
DAILY
Between
uor®ra
S*. I^AL
E
*itb it.~
fo-^ »trial in
yio. ,.,.r h«»atr of flm*hand wurkman-h'D
a«':r,ir"f«C.l0*'!tT
of
ard
K'
".r: -U.TRradbnry Piano rtm-
ST
Looia
TTA
daj.
excrpT ^tuda*.
TxlRoloil TlCKE'i'S are oa nikiciii»
tai: jro:: -reached i
cor !iecti-!T
LiMa
9.
my
faai-
"lr can
-ivi" T'P^\ r^Vtn,VT
,rorA:i?-
social
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