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you are In Toledo. It ft
TOCAL COLPMN!
rihailtown udOhiobacb win it C*a
lon't (ail to call on Camery & Bon b«
ordering thresher*.
Lu„, & Bradley and Look Lever rake*
ICtmeryi'.
m.50 will buy 1 dos. photographs,
jot phonographs) of the latest styles, at
,ore's Gallery, Toledo.
•Farmers wanting repaira for Buckeye
I Champion peapera, Nichols, Shepard
I Co., Minnesota Chief or Michigan
_eCp(takei threshers, should send as
Lt (by No.) by Jane 15tb SURE.
Josh Billings says: "When a young itfan
lio't good for anything else, I like tew
ke him carry a gold headed cane. If hs
in't buy a cane, let him part his hair in
i middle!"
I Call on Arb & Co. and examine
Victor Sewing machine. Prices to
nil the times.
Camery & Son employ NO canvassers,
Lnd can sell good goods fer LESS money
(ban any liouae that does.
The New Buckeye reaper and mowers
beats them all. Call on Cameiy & Son
and see for yourselves.
"Your visits remind me of the growth
of a successful newspaper," said Uncle
Jabes, leaning his chiu on his hand and
glancing on William Henry, who was
sweet on Angelica. "Why so?" inquired
William Henry. "Well, they commenc
ed on a weekly, grew to be a tri-weekly,
and have become daily, with »i Sunday
supplement." "Yes," said William Hen
ry, tracing up, "and after we are marri
ed we will issue an extra."
A second hand Buckeye mower (nearly
s at a bargain, by Camery a
new) for sale
Son.
Do not buy cultivators from any man
who is Compelled to Peddle them from
house to house to OET RID OF THEM.
They are an inferior article. GOOD ones
WILL SELL themselves. And Camery
A Son will sell you No. 1 cultivators at
$2 to $5 less than you can get them of
any|peddlar.
The'Tiger is the best Self Dump rake
in the market. Camery & Son,sole agents.
ThU poor fellow (lid
not have his plcturs
taken at Moore
Gallery, but went
& poor Gallery and
got drawn all out of
Bhape. He paid $3.50
a doz, at Moore*
could got 'em at $3.50
How he cries over it
Camerv & Son will aell a good plat
firm spripg wagon at
a lwflw OH
diamine it.
inglnm to thegrouDd 'and coycring Iwo
tffids of liis lengtli witli large lumps of
clay. Two ribs of liis right side were
bnfiHy broken his left hip forced out of
joint uiul Jiis in tern i\l abdomitiul organs
received severe injuries. There is much
dinger Hint the lust named injury will
prove fatal. Mr. Puidy is fifly-six veara
old. Dr. 11. W. Boynton, v. us
immediate
ly funiraoiicd, who waited on Mr. P.nyl
Ml grent skill.
capers and Mowers,
$|lVlioe'er bAs traveled life's doll "rr\
^Whetc'or hi« etajjen may have bwi^
^•ay pfpij think he still hao found
r'The warmest welcome at an inn."
kwroto W iiliam Slienstone, tl»c Enjj
__Toct, over ft hundred and fifty yeare
ago, and a generation or two afterward,
tlie great Samuel Jolinson gave expres
sfon to the same idea when lie said'Thcrc
is nothing which has yet been contrived
by man, by which so much happiness is
produced, as|by a good tavern or inn."
These two noted persoua must have
stopped at some such ao inu as tjie Bow
ler House, at Marshalltown.or they never
would have spoken so highly ot thew.
Tlie Bowler House is under the immejiftta
charge of J'njor Cox and Eli Wood, two
fitnial genlleuien, who, in every sense of
word "know how to keep a hotel," and
when any of ojjr friends visit. Maralioll
town they should not fail to stop at 4hi«
eatablislmicnt. It is cituated jui,t bc
t^ctn tho main tracks of (be
Iowa and C. & N. W. Railroads,"
trains on loth of these rol$(!it i |ta2»j
the door. Everything if dons
of style, and the jpHMlifil
feel at liome from the tint k| flnl MAl*
er« his name ontil be takes bto
un. It j|
a
a.
'4
i**"
1t«'
100 kegs nails 10,000 lbs barb wire and
|o,000 Its smooth wire, juat received at
Caraery'i, which will be sold at BoUoa
srei/or Cash,
and CASH ONLY*
I
A dentist tried his first operation with
Igai upon a robust colored female. After
yja had used up all in the office, she
wheeled in the chair and shouted: "Hur
|ry up, boss, and bring on another bag of
dat sweetened wind.".
An Adams fc French harvester [nearly
•sew] for sale at Camery's.
Weir, Advance, Blackhawk Cultivators
Iat Camery's.
A youth refused to take a ipill. His
I crafty mother whereupon secretly placed
{the pill in a preseryed pear and gave it to
hini. Presently she asked, "Tom, hare
you eaten the pear?" He replied, "Yes,
mother all but the seed."
Don't forget to look at those Champion
reapers and mowers at Camerys'.
"What is the best remedy for an inat
tentive audience?" asked a preacher of a
shrewd observer. "Give them something
to attend to,"'was the significant reply.
•'Hungry sheep will look up to the rackif
there is any hay in it."
Buy'your cultivators of Camery & Son.
*5 on hand, among which will be found
Decres' Advance, Blackhawk,Weir,Grand
Detour, El wood, and Buckeye, Jr., all
£Qd ones and Warranted.
Call on Cuniery & Son and examine the
Buckeye Harvest, (with or without self
binder.) It has the most complete adjust
able reel and is the best made and light
est draft machine in the market.
A boy entered the shop where liis father
works, and excitedly announced: "Oh,
]n! ma's awful 6ick!" "What's the mat
ter?" asked the father. "Oh, she's awful
white, and shaking all over, and all the
women in there say she's going to die.
Can she talk yet?" inquired the father,
as he rolled dow,n ibis aleeves. "Yes."
"Well, we'll take it kind o' slow, then,
i oiDg home," said the relieved man.
for repairs.
credit to Hareli all
tows
"ant
'f worthy of the larg* piatrooace il is
ffee'wing.
if
(hf fctsiai
J, M. CAMERY & SON,
Touroo, iowi.
Tin Otdwt ImptinMt H«m'm
TAMA COUNTY.
TB 14BET 0 IM HE
Sole Agents for Tama County jor
The Original Vibrator of .America
WILL CLEAN
illllj
(ft
kinds of gram, in
conditions,.
BETTER THAR ANT OTHER MACAW*" ''t-
IN THE_W©BMt.
TRIPPLE GEAR OR W00BUBY lOTJNTED
POWERS.
hav« BHAKE8 on ttem. Another Great Improvement.
ln„-l
U
i
Weir Cultivator
we
im
Mr. Weir is the original Walking Cultivator man of America, and makee a
first-class cultivator. High arch. Low hitch. Iron frame. Hardened
shovels and all the modern improvements.
A4wm«
Awarded the FIRST PRIZES at every field trial by the Iowa '.State Pairs
for six successive years past.
rTHE ADVANCE IS BETTER THAN ANY OTHER
BECAUSE
Its shovels arestronger and better hardened. Its couplings are of steel, and
"taps" locked so as not to come loose. It is stronger in frame and beams
than any other. Its axle is higher, and will plow taller corn. Its single
'trees can be lowered, giving direct line of draft. It has a single tongue, giv
ing the team greates freedom in turning. It is essentially a wrought iron
machine It not only does the best quality of work, but is so strong and
^durable that the S06 sold by u ia the past
as to l-etuin their patrooagc. Jf any of
the readers of the Cukoxuxj- ,\ isit JIai
slinlltow'n they will do ftell to call in uud
sec Jlessis. Hates A Co.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTBKJ
Of'FiCK INDIAN AKKAI11S,,-fr ir
Wasuisoton, March bU, 18771
Sir:
JS yean have otMted BO MMBd
Co., vrere referred to Committee on Fi
nance who asked further tiineu which
was gianted. Bills' of J. II. Butts for
use of team, amount $11 was on motion
allowed. Also, Bills of A J, Hasscl],
$4.70 for work on Engine and Engine
House,and C. D. Terry & Co., $63 78 for
lumber which was referred to Committee
on Finance at the.last meeting was
found correct and allowed.
f!
Your aUenlioit Is c-alle.Mo the pro
visions of Scction 2138, U. 8. Revised
statutes, in relation to the suppression of
the traflic in intoxicating liquou. By the
act of teh. 13, 1852, it was made a crime
ky Ijimj mkI imprisonment, to
Bell liquors to IndiHus under the care of
n supe.iiiteiKlentor agent, whether on. or
o/ their reservntions alid the constitu
tionality of this low was affirmed bv the
Supreme Court in 1865. On the revision
of'the laws 'of 1878-74 this law was
changed so that its penalties could onlv
apply to peivons fonnd guilty of selling
liquor to Iudians on their reservations
but an act, approved Feb. 27. 1877, (U.'
8. Statutes, vol. IB, pane 244,)restorcs the
provisions of ihe law of 1868 by suikina
out of section 2130 I lie words "except to
an. Indian, in the Indian, eountry," so
that persons who now engage in the liq
uor truffle with Indians, no matter in
wlmt locality, or who give it to them, are
liable to a penalty of $300. ami two years
imprisonment.
Having, therefore, the power to break
up to a great extent this demoralizing
traffic, you we esuected to use the ut
most vlgitiuice telnforcing the fanwHtes
of the nil {er*OM wboci
VHtioil.
When persons are detected in a viola
tion of the law, their cases should be
plaeatf in the bauds of tho District At
sip
iBgsQlslI
The petition of Jno. II. -McClaskey, et
al for a side walk, commencing at the in
tersection of State street aud County
load at the South-east comer of block 1, I
Stone's addition to the town of Toledo,
running thence Korth on West side of
County road, to North-east corner of lot
one in block 4, in said Stone's addition,
was on motion referred to Committer on
Streets aud Alleys, with instructions to
report at next regular mec I iug.
The report of II. 8. BradabaV, ex-City
Attorney was on motion referred to Com
mittee on Finance.
Cemetery Committee rocommcudisg
that a Bet of tools should ba purchase's
for the use of tlie Sexton was ot» uiotlbn
ordered to procure such as wiere Heeded.
The Cemetery Committee also recommen
ded that the line fence on tlie Soutli of
the Cemetery should be divided and the
part belonging to the Cemetery should be
.repaired. Whereupon amolidn vrns olje
and sustained instructing (lie City Attor
ney to take immediate steps (o have. Um
same (Hvideri ia accordance with the law
'governing such matters.
i Oix motion sluet commissioner Bates,
|Wa6 iffatructed to get out as large a'fore*
|n» possible and assist road snpenritor
{Davis iaTepouiog tlra road leadiaf from
itown to ^fc Wild'a briok yard.
On motion Ik* Conunitleo oo Finaaca
ew ioMracted tA pmahssa fnut* pvly
i MaMalltown Itft buiMtrcd feet of hose
fitted up, and furnished with
Galley & Johnston's Block.
/.i.lwrri -Vi
vK ftrn-.oij 4
4--u- rf }tt' ,!,.
i jO'1"
K i* »i* II ti l»t
1
Nelson# Barker,
TOLEDO,IOWA,
ALWAYS
Prepared to furnish Money at
Better Rates
THAN OTHERS.
NEVER
Signaa application untl'-ft* get thefe
ov»r them any where. As we near Red
Cloud the couutry becomes more rolling
and the land is composed of a great deal
of Magnesia, which makes it almost
worthless for agricultural purposes, but
would be a good country for raising stock
if water was more plenty. T'ley have to
bore or dig from sixty to one hundred
feet for water. After arriving at Red
Cloud we find the noted Magnesia lime
stone. The people use it for building
purposes,but it will not stand wet weather
It can be cut with an axe after it'is taken
out of the quarries as easily as you can
cut a piece of pine wood, but il becomes
harder after beingcxposcd to tho weather
for a while they also use it for making I
mortar the take the stone and slack thedi I
with water, mix some sand with it aud
do their mason work and plastering, and
they claim it stands the weather well.
The first Alkali we came across was on
the Republican River we have seen none
In Kansas yet. After leaving Rod Cloud \ve
traveled nine miles south west and come
to the cozy residence of Mr Phlllo Bc&rds
ley formerly of Tama county,near Toledo
where we will rest our aelyes and team for
a day or two and tlien resume onr jour
ney in south-western Kansas. The crops
in Nebraska do not look as well as they
do in Tama County. Were wo a plioto
grupher and had a Cautra) on, with u*
we might have taken some very fine
Stereoscopic View* of the conntry tad
things in general.
But our communication is already too
long, although we have not given as full
a description of
Um
country as we would
like ta have dom.
More anon, H-.-
Go to IIul bert Bro's for Pianos and Or
gans, the aid reliable wholesale and re*
tail Music firm. Their instruments are
well known and all fully warranted to b*
strictly first-claM. It will pay you to ae«
them before purchaatop for they are n«W
SclHug first-class Instruments for let^ tho^
any firm in tUc United State*.
»KW« u,»' i (".»
11- ,if r-J m&i
D. ABM CO/8
Y
srsf
V
ubioturb
BE8TBUSHKEHT.
IN TAMA COUNTY.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.
firaaflf Rednctd PrleUs
lOWUSIfi CLIUKS,
Wtd4«w
PICTURE niAMES,
Burial Cases.
We have a large atsortmeqt of Burial
X-fcscs constantly on Shand.r All orders
entrusted'to-as will bo Btrictly attended
to. A good Hearae ready to go any where,
on short notice.
VICTOR SEWING MACHINE.
We believe tliat the time has come
that Sewing Machines should be •kept in
stock'and sold the Game as other goods
and thus save the expense of traveling
agents. We liaye the agency of this very
popular machine and will keep on hand
a full stock and will give you prices that
wilinatoniab everybody.
To all persona desiring any goods in
our line,|we cordially invite tou to call
and see our stock. We are satisfied that
we can give jou goods
and prices'that can
not ce beat by any, other house in the
County. D. ABB CO.
HENRY GALLEY,
o»«.w
DRY GOODS
QUEEJTSWABE.
GROCERIES,
WalllPapM,
Carpetings,
CLOTHING
Furnishing Goods,
Hosiery and Trimming*
HATS
"i--
iii it
tax
Oldest & Largest
%r?
-M.
minTnii HOIIS.
CAPS,
BOOTS MO SHOES.
Laces and Ribbons.
We sell not only prints, maslioH' t&fi
thread, but also, all other lines of
Fancy Dry Goods
Dress goods, notions, Ac, at the
Ver Lowest Living Bates
With greatful feellnes to the public fer
the liberal patronage of tbepast, w» tope
to merjt its oontinuaqoe.
H.q*T,MBC
spring
left and tlie yest«?rd*y meeting was-im
prove it. I fear the Clipper is right, be
ing good authority .on that subject. Se
ricusly the question is asked why all en
terprises that is originated here of a pub
lic nature, such as temperance, literary,
for lectures and discussion and other
public object die. Our opinion is the
same men originate tlieni, officer them,
dictate them, control them ani| kill tliem,
and this view is probably cprect. It is
tlie middle seats that carries on public
enterprises to successful ends.
Geo. Klingaman who has lived here S3
yearsfis very sick and little ecgoorage-1
ment exist from his recovery. Alas, poor
GeoJge.
VOTICJSS uudei Miis head will be charged 10
•1 cents a Ifne. e ch insertfon.
Sime & Solomon sell IT*. 1 suits Ifor
(5.0».
T)ose Carpels just received at W. P.
Johnston fc Co are the cheapest we erer
saw for the money go in uud look at tliein.
FRESH BREAD EVERY ivoy
AT TOLEDO BAKF.ny, ....
If you want a goodliaToTcap alid a
trunk, then go to Sime it kolooioii
tireatest' llkcovery ttft Age.
The Metallic Violin strin? WMtli 'Mf
dozen of the common strings coW or
wet weather has no effect upon it. "War
ranted to give perfect satisfaction. )Solrt
by Uulbert Bros., oce door east oC ttt
Post Office, Toledo, Iowa.
Ladies call and see those Parasols at VP.
P. Johnston & Cn. Iiest Parasols forth*
price ever shown.
Fbxi.—For Club for either the Eureka
Shirt or Dress Chart I will send a (wart
free on- receipt of 25 eta. to pay
I' O-TtWH
x*
IX.' 1-. J-
law at.M^i
•«W«1 wt a
uitwlon.
iS to procara
W' "f® w«-n to'call on
»»Klns appllc
Uiu
:ia
8ER
has
-41..
Have constantly on band a'.large
meat of all kinds of
iff
rvi^
TRUNKS
Valises, Baskets,
Brackets,Paper Hangings
STERRKTT.
TOUVO, lO'JfM.
tkl tile*,
"i itu a f- I!
tie,- ll. rtaiff
TltO'
0l
The
•o to
rQ-w-1
k
"p.":-,
E
SHOES
Caps,
E S
tcnU'
lines. We offer
iRGAINS
--p^.M.«- n ).• vii me tii i nr iiiiiue HI L.
Boulli.C.eiieral i-uHTii Acenl, CUUngeaafl Norlb
wpstini Itiiilw*}. 4ir Kroiulway. New York Oar
rrh iiiie. when in New York, are rnrdi*llv lavlted
to Ciill and read it st nay time.
Ugl*edt
HOES
HunoioS
$5 to $35
$3 to $15.
'ME ALL!
YVB MIAK
Hol8e\ea9
amort,
IQ, IOWA.
TU*y
bo welcome
Markets—Mae 27th, wheat 80c. cor#,
21c. pork $2.50. JIecokpeii.
Business Locals.
will ahvavs
HO YOU COMTEMPUTE BUILDING
r«l -r 1.1!. Ifr
Ht.* 4 i-J ''ft'l* I' I 1«.,I
it I*.., .IK 'U -J |M|
Ve.*- II I-!....-* J... ..
®*a4 fsrtteulsrt and proriire jnMy
dealcaa and detail• from
Horace Greeley Xnapp.
„-:'RCMITECt., »5,
iti ft .«*»!.
Nyack •*, OA* tho- Hudson,
v i
NEW
YORK.
f/W striktii* aaveltlM tn cnMructict aod de
stgpt wtewhy the mort convL'nieut. »,il»t«otUl
•DO ftMtffBl OQiIdinj^ are erected at the
prteast Expense.-^,
CHOICE LAND
itL
mkr
tit
"™1~"—wid postage.
Mm. A. J. MARROW,
Indianapolis, kid.
1- nr.-*-*
~t J,
jjirsyyi i t!»4« i.'.
ci'ijS'V
-sija-
HAT
FOR 8ALE! i"
Tils *hole «f Section 27, w Rann it, Ubcalc
1 ft..
r'fei: -%,y
BATET
AND MOST COMPLJ-TFE DRY^GOODS
THC BEST QUALITY
And ieelgae of
Body Brussels, Tapestry 3 find 2 Ply, an# In-
grains, Crumb Cloths, Carpet Border*
Druggets, &c.
WE RECEIVE NEW MILLINERY GOODS EVERY DAY
And our Trimmer OANSQT BK srnusa^)
We l»Ye^feEST DRESSMAKER in thejjftil* Mi,
th^tw*eat'"' m14"u,W- ?TO7l»tr
invited to 081
ai sM am stotfi'ai prices.
ARNOLD'S BLOCK,
MAfeSHALLTOWF. IOWA.
SUBSCniSE FOR
TOLEDO CHRONICLE
ONLY
JUST REC
JJ1
A
JIjES
1ST
I The Second General Invoice
of—
INCI-l i/iNU -i \.\KIKTV i.K
SUMMER DRESS GOODS AND SHAWLS,
Vi hito Good: jihI Hosiery. iMrasoIs ftiid Fjseis.
Domestic Ssods of ail kinds, lofisns,
GARPET3AIVS OSL-CLOTHS,
Ready-Made Clothing, Hats & Caps,
GLOVES, BOOTS & SHOES, (Meas% Women,' & Children,' W«»r.)
Groceries, gueensware, Glassware, etc.
IN SHORT WK DISPI.AY
GENEBAL STOCK OF MERCHANDISE, WELL
KEPT UP IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
And customers may icst assnnd -.h it
O O I E S
Hsre now been reached and that no more favorable opportunity for liuytei
goods can present itself, than is no* ollbrded by the undei -i -ncd
G00dS H. GALLEY.
Style. "^VICTOR^
SAVE 25 DOLLARS
&Ild fflOffi. tlV hlJVinff ft TOSfhinA that Will 1«at vnn 1 lifo tima nnrl that haa all
and more, by buying a machine that will last yon a life time, and that has all
latest improvements.
"VICTOR SEWING MACHINE CO.,
/(Libers) Terms to Agent*.] 881 W. Madison St., Chicago, 111.
Ti" Scad for Circular..
J. ABS & CO., Seil the abova World-fisncKfiud Machine, Tctsdo, tow.
w. r. joii^£,io".
^9* "lAf
1' IJ.
j* ''o .vfca-ol r.yii'oi
iwi /.
^EOPUE'B 3TOBB.
i4ii*
.i .•
't'M' a' !l ",r
Boots and Shoes,
lowedHp, Ttsnia Cottatj, tMtWl up* yUfiCHSWSrCi (y
oeunriTiM,
Mm.
v„
«tU be «o)d altogether, or hi
u». For ptrtfcnUrs eoquJr* of J. & or wi.!„i. ....
tS preailsee. or. Wlucli tlioy propose to fnrnisb tlioir customers at pl iecs siuted to the times Tli*nlc.
I.BWfre™. ful to their nineitma WBKomerB past favom. tl cy IwuTbv
.. I r,|pajt»atto» to Iwai—a* to HU»IforWtiOTaBW^
JLittt-' t: '3*..
-^'-4
«EffJ
•if tit ft' 9vl
MARSHALLTOWN, IOW/J.
1
C°nstructeti
Ftr"shea
C. L\ bLIJ.tuKU
J" !J
••."•'•'if:.-*,
.., AWWoal lniM on h«ad -a kr^e ywrtod o{ .^7
v.'T
FANCY DRESS &OOJ3S,
Domestics, Notion^,
GROCERIES, &C.,&0.
mi I1"
S, CAPS, CARPETINGS,
"f ."tii. I Wi-i i
'V- a .*'i
town. $sOnt(lr'••gf
ofyoiirlei*u
yon to
S3
all thf ti
mil.
rtluml
an^rlnj^ else,
12n
ic.'Wsinoti
oaf
AuKusU.-M.hMi
jsOHQOL
teachS^
for my
r^'iir.. ,,r yon
tulljwtinilar. rr-». .',1,1,,.
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rf 4»'W f^|r-4
fUi it 3
I
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too
jit t-
Igi-mva a
riiim^. Stiouij. ?!(»al•
n Voora ihS
ponrtp, riTh*. cr'am
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ftftlier IK'I Uke IU1|H
GET TIbeot
Marrow .. Fl. .J"7 nmio
of Ilih| hi!owlf(5«.'e
mi oi-Tani
n
-rti I v 1 MJU i'lhi^
1 K'Uw Ao'n
ani other art
heavy |.aiicl, ,•„
K|v
culars arul ternm to "Vn»
9
pri-cc,i- Sl'Bi 11
V TiTO\T a- CO
PHEB
Of th«-ir acquaintance w!k
•truinru r, uihef l'ium» or n
lit^i
1
rcJiablp
wihh to pvocur.i
•ill
Fin no I m»c
year. I will
OiK
'lifir 1
and fortwi
'Jliir. or
ilt and for
x^,
m'-M of L^tUvr ri.uiu
,oiw h). ,1,1V
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