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Washington, Jan. 10.
ICulicnburg died at th*» residence of
Mr. Broadhead, at 10 o'clock last night.
In consequence of tin death ol Mr.
Mullenburg, Mr. Cass has deferred hi*
epeueh on the Clayton Treaty 10 Thurs
day
In the S
a petition
an
mipoFed en coasting
act o( 1793.
A petition from Brooklyn, N. Y., for a
line ol mail steamers from that place to
Bremen was presented.
The death of Mr. Mullenburg ia just
anouuwd.
In the House, Mr. Dean announced
th* death of his colleague, Mr. Mullen-1
burwhen, after the adoption of the!
usual resolutions, the House adjourned.)
Washington, Jan. 10
HI,
and requesting the presentation ofa sword
tp t!uit otli erby the President, were in-'
tmhiced by Mr. BISSEL of Illinois, re
ferred to the committee on military aflairs.i
mid pas 'e oa the 2nd insvant.
I.lr.
BLN.HET by uniaimous consent of|
the House, introduced a Bill granting
lands equally to the several States to aid
inth-i oM'.f ictkn of railroads, and for
the Vippjrl of aclwjbi* whi.h was refer
red.
fr. HE*X gave notice of a B.l! 'orthe|''
b« r.efit of the town of Council Bluffs in
tLe State of Iowu.
O.i the 2nd instant, Mr. Stwaao pre-1-y
•enteJ sundry petitions in favor oi the J.
Kia jara Ship canal, and Mr. Sumner, a
pet itioa for the removal oi duties on coal,
ftiJ"A late arrival from Cuba brings
intelligence that the new Governor has
signified his determination to do all in!
his power to prevent the landing'of slaves.
an! aho to capture slaves approaching
the island but ho says he can take no
action after slaves have been placed uponj
the e '.ate of their owner.
®S*An Erie indij i a:
W Caavii
I.v'
atteu led by a vas'. assenib!a e, v. as i
i i Cm.-innaii oa Thursday
il
evening last.
.NWAG
ll»
T.renty Seren years agi
*PEIK*R*,
r.'j-J engineer was speaking before a
Pariiamentai y comuiiuee of the probabil
ity of steamships crossing t!ie Atlantic
the present Earl of Darby ruse from iiis
»e:*.t and exdai:ncd," Good heavens!
what do you say
the Atlantic, I
the first boat
Jlour p- I'll
W!i-*i,
W.n'^r
Co.-n, ear
fchehci
Out.
Uaviey
I'v
J'o.k
La
Bait, j^r
If steamships crosi
will eat the tail ..
V
ClilCA..•
bbl
ARKF.T.
Jm-a'V 14.
$.1 6cif« W.
93 I* $i(N)
«r«&$Yir» wtiere he
MUSCATINE MARKET.
January 12.
We note no pirlicular cbanf* in th" exeep
ill pork. Hogj are selling from $) "25
f3' 73 per lOu'lbs a-.d they are mirtg to mnr
ket in iarje lantiho. liu .insss geauratly
bri«"ic.
F'o'ir p»rb'.»l $S5fa!! whcit 75s, snnn^do
(,l- r: e
n
sc barley 3^ corn 2-. oats 1
*«.ii
ri
i ber.n 73 rutatics £0 p^r
2I'C PER P'IHII'1 EVE?' ITJCJ HA'TII 10
0.'.„ .lir.s 7«8c ta'low KK bee .wax 2uc.
PAVENPOltT MARKET.
Jan. 19.
Flour, ex'raS. F. bbl $3 501 Flo ir, S. F.
UbW.ft,').' Wheat,fall't* i-i^el.S Wheat,
fcjirin-, p* is!w",N.c B»rley,2\ O.i Site
Com i. Car, 20.* Co'B s'tf'l-d, 2e IV-otoe?,
25c Onion"!, 25 S dt, K *naw Ua, 73* Sa t,
t). A. V sack, #3 75s$4 0»} Beans, whit a
iih'-l 4) a 0 B.icn Inn is V i': 12'r
Ltr.),'r»tb iOcs Com Mea', f» bmhel, 43c
Butt per. lb 2.V Er: p:r. «/.. 2 V
Co#!, p?r. bii' e', I2al3c l'rain* h»y per ton,
ft T'.mo'hv i*v p*r ton, Anpb",
dlry p*r bu»ij«i fl 501 P«aCb.R riry per bas!.
ri*J23.
TIPTON MARKET.
Plotr, pr. b'j!
Wh»at Fsr .sliel
I'o.k
L«rd
Wood pe.\
jrt!,
PORK
Jan. 14.
p*il fat a'l k'.a
Dry Hid-. hy
1 r,o
65:t0 'C
$3 2^
lie. v
f.2,00
STU-U ADVANCISO.—The
hog
market has been very active for the last
4ayort\va, ami prices rail looking up.
The establishment of J. G. Liw &. Co.,
i Wednesday atrl Tiiur.s lay last, we
J.-arn, received up'.virL* o!1.00:J fine hog*.
Ttit figures for choice lot.s are now 1'2
1-2 per hundred.—liarlivtzlon
tlslrt»*# Xofire.
Taken
lip by Samuel S'ves'.ue ith'.sre'i
.jc- i:i I'i r.eer 'i'o.vni'iip, Jateiarv t'dh,
r,r-:, a Mack Horse, with t, res vvhi'e t-et,
ti'^ivy moi« an I tail, fiP een and a half bands
LigY a'l round- E'.cjbt ve«rs oi 1, and ap
«h1 a! ^75 bei re Nelsan Rsthbup F'q.
Jan. 21. 1M5*.
Clwk,
J. W CAT
Im ia e«f ii
TKi:XEKD0tS KiriTOIKXT!
GRAND A ItRITAL!
Coffey'& Bair,
ITuve gone into the proecry tj'.tsinpss. and
II in iy we found at HI
Ffv atc Dnrinrr the proceedings this IJati and Caps, anv quantity on hand and
morning, Mr. Fish presented the petition!
JC
U N
O.
,r
ef Henry lv. Brow.i for the gilt ol 43
pic es of brass cannon, wherewitk toj
cast an equestrian statue of Washington
v TlicUHikrMsiKd
in INew loric. J. the citizens of Cedar County* rthe liberal
Mr. Bright presented a bill, granting patronrge heretofore bellowed, and in lefurn
493/)00 acres of land to various counties'wouhl say, that he still continues at hi? old
10 cjn«trUwt a continuous railroad from! «'aud, inTt-eheiter, to soli goods as cheap as
L,!„,
to tlic month of .V- Ohio,
°X°
Mobile ftii Now Orleans, luaki 7 to* Farmer- jjivi? us a ca1!.
Roches'er. Jan. 11, '34. N. C. SWANK.
tal of 2,000,000 acres the comp-oy to
•arrv the mails and trausport munitions
jof war free of cost.
the 31st in the House of Rep
2, Rocheste.
MUSCATIXI:, IOWA
b* HAMMdN'D
Casli! Cash!!
mMpii
:ifent Muscatine manu-
•eP" p:ieiil •.{«»!••, M-Kcatine man i- I^'tV D. Sc John,
resolutions complimentary i 1
fictuie.of vario..A pvertw, at mannf.ictnr-! Denson Mar^arett.
tesenUitives, resolutions complimentarj
to tiie militaiy services of General Wool ALSO, Wm.bvr s^h, of Moiine
i n a n i a u e s a e a
11,1
Wanted! Wanted!
."i.OsMI bus''c!«of Wh"at.
I
Barley.
Oats.
For w ii:oh I will pay cas!\
Jaa.l l, lsji. nlJ N. C. SWANK
A\TI.D,
liy IV. C.
wanf
Iowa it v.
Oi «. 'oor cast of the Post OlRse.
Blankl.an
BoolCiol all kinds, kept eonaUnU
y o.i l. nol
H. C. PIATTr
ATTORXEY AXI) (Ot'SSELOR
AT Ltw,
\\rii
I w
P.reh:\-e anl *ell R-»al Estate, loeate
in 1 VV«rra,!*J, attend
T"°''
K.sjlutmnii o. u* .. n-4ii rjug chart
Wei. PArtiou»ar «„„oation given to
were passed.
while
an em-
t./
Office in the Court House with the Kc
u.ier. Tipton, Iowa.
DR.
A. PIATT,
W.
Offers
Iiiw profi-Astonal Rervice»i Creese Henry
to tt:e citizen^ of Tipton, and ncuuiv. »v ]j
residence in the dwelling
formeily occupied by .Mr.
Sim
may
3 ic
Ilu'
b" consult^d at all time* when
P- !es"iionu!ly enja^cd.
4vk
20c
45c
6i'C
75 p$ i 10
•3
A NEW usriBi,tsinit\T.
VV. L. MOON,
HeaTer in Saddb.- I Ha nos«, hi
U op-nvd new s!i.:p, on.' ,oor south of
th« E i Hotel, and one door noriii ot ''Unch*
Tom's liiz-iar.*' wlir-re he intcnJ« kepin'^ eve
ry van.-iy of Spanish, PUIn, and Lud'e's S.d
dlej Alo, al! Uie va'-i^'ic^ of haruss used in
t^'* country, together with all t!e snisder arti
cle* }».»n»'a!iy kept in sue
J^ealer in S,idd!iI Ha
i
Y 's .i, \'e*Si
e-tblish:i et!S.
Jie
Wa'^
•j, Slap oi. ffentb-men, an see for you.*el*.*s.
Tets i Tli/.on, Jan. 1st, iSDI.
i i sr/Mv
usr or Ltrim
any c^sbiishment west of t!ic Mississippi. I liabeork Findley li.MFuiland m.
i Bud James. Moreland David 2.
Jh'nwu H. 3.McPikc Jesse.
J. FRED. KIMBALL,
riVLTR IN-
STAPLE AND FANCY
3 a a a a u
Tanker Sotioi i
BOOTS AND SHOES.
fttcovo srtiErr,
Remaining in the Post OtHce at Tip
ton on the 1st day of January 1954.
A Jones Peter 3.
Ayrcs Allen S. K
Agnew Miss Sarah.Kester William.
i i i v w Kcudiick Williams®.
I nny be f«»unJ IH-jck o. 2, Kochestc—
where hey have just receive I a large and supe-j
-1—
1
Peach Celinda M. Livingston A.
Urown James 2.
iinea. Metcall (ieorge
prepared to s*ll cheaper than J*ora »ie S. 3.\1 V iilia.ni.
Brn vn Charle* W.MOelland AlvinS.
Hell John. Martin Maliony.
Brown Fleming S. Miton M. B.
Bel put William.
Bow her C. C.
Beckard M. I.
1
OM:A\
1 rpalten tip by N- S 'ti TIaris-.n, at hi- rc
1 deuce, iu Su^ar Creek township. Dee. 2.x!,
133. a oke of cattle, six years old. pale red.
with lon^ sharp horns i»n.» has a hit? «o.»t in "V"|7ai".i ii IV I*"ik "V TV"f|r^i
fac. and st.ipe on the b^lly. ri-ht binj foot Jilii
•w'.ite, blind the bf't eye. ears cutoff: the
o'her has a white spot on t'u» .ast. Apprais
ed at fiftv dollar*, before B. W. Wa'l. E-q.
Jan. 2 i 54. J. W. CA I TELL,
C-Junty Cleik.
HEILBURN & SILVERMAN.
'A*
SLCOXU STREET,
Mu.cc
a tin 3, Iowa.
t'i's es'.ah':-' !3
clothing, of s
ry late.t
tal
ioa*
O
Liuzctic.
U of r-«, Cfeen and
N. C. bWANK.
cni had rady mnde lowing l.tiids, to wit:
.-i.i.- .0e. r: of tl»e'
To II\trruHt iioUievs.
Public
\«»tife in !i"»rc!)v z'\ •!,
-r i It.! nr^
interest wiii be piid 011 cotin'y warrah's. there
boins money ia !be eoiui'.y 1 re«sury to liq lidate
the situ. J. C. liF. i i S,
ti T"e«irer Ce. 1 mnty.
#,.#117
ni iiiJC Miner
!i... I M'l dhV
I/)*!tru! f)T
A'.'.
Mams Nancy J.
N
Norton Mary.
Comp Henry.
Cook Peter.
Cap Steppen.
Cnspen Mary I.
ClaiK Samuel.
Chase Miss Ann.
&
Co-
iks tot Coleman Adney.
Caseda Caihle.
Chrispen Steppen.
Elson Pascal P.
SWA**,
Pf
Lwd.
li Tal' w. Win .- {leans,
Se"'l, Chicken*, and ill fact
tiling th-- !jtr nei- !uj ti .-"il. Please o!'.
'anted!
(0 r»oo fat Hogs
w llC!l
i w.r. i-u fash.
ill) N. C. SWA NT K.
Jan: 1 lt!i, 1S54.
W I
LLI A LEE,
the I'avmei uf
HE.
collections.
ALL arstXESS IN-Ti:r.rK'i TO CARE, Wilt
Ut ATlENL'l.D TO Willi
Proniptnesi aud Tidelity.
O
Ostertok John.
Crawford A. P.
Dowel Samuel
N. C. SWANK'S.
1,10
Phelps II. H.
Plumb (ieorge.
Pias Fl«u\us.
Peringor William 2.
Pearce James.
Danner Mis* Almi-Riler John S.
ra.
Diorsjous C.
Don as John.
Foster B. II.
Farland Chancy 2.
Findlev James E. 2.Steli"eii Elizabeth.
Furiaad Flora A. Scaly John.
Graham
Gray Jauies.
Gooishcrv W.
Grimes Johnson.
Hathaway £c Park-Way J. E.
hurst. Weritk Joseph.
Ilei'kention George Wellington Thomas.
Hofiinnn Philip. Wilkinson G. W.
i Hoou A'alentioe. Ward Geo. S.
I Hare Jacob. Weaye O. P.
Ifoston James B. Wilson Alexander.
.Humphrey John W.Wrigiii Elias.
Hammond G. While Miss S. B.
Lanton James,
Beardiey O. S.
Burk John 2. Miller Martin G.
iiirkioru Mikav-1
I Parker Sally S.
Porter Mary.
S
^"iM"fnf13-
ji ••etieral a!sfactk»n in ail the diseases! Dawson W lILam. fmaon Jltte.
to wh.e. tlie litini.:!) fami!y is snbjfC*. Deual Ivabcft.
IpyOffice ami
Davis Abeel T.
iel Toui!in»on,
Davis James.
Dcavtr J. T.
Forsee Jamet.
Falinsbee A. 3.
JOSEPH LINDSEY. M.
Miller's .Mill,
wan'afactured from Oil Mated on lloek Cieek, miN-s west rf
tl:" h.-st mate. ia|. ,,,,«. O Tip'n. is still in operation, with plenty of
^°5 kinds of work sold i. River prices, .water, and in pood runne
E
order.
I ntii prepaied lo d" custom work for the one
I eight!! part of vvtieat and all other kinds ol gratti
i ground or chopped on reasonable terms.and I will
doal it.li Ho se who Invor nie with their custom,1
with liberality and honesty more than usual
ainon/r millers.
I an: a!v ared to manufacture I
mid keep the same constantly on ha^.d, for
sale.
CASH PAID FOR WHEAT,
the mil!. 1,6 HI NKY VILLER
E\i:ci'10irs SALE.
Plllllit:Sotire
3i:
inT
1
n. k i
Nr.
SV.\
LEGAL NOTICE.
TO LLITRVTJ FULH RTON
prtiion will be pte.sei^d to the county C- u.f of' comeyof Cedar, and S.a'e of lowe. a petition 1
Ctdar County, low*, preyinp lh«t t.fo question i
ttf
may be »u'.init-ed t" th*- l",?il voters of said the bonds of ma runoriy tuw existing between
countv, whether or n-.t swine and sVep shall be you and that ll-e subp-jsia heretofore u»«ied in
ueranHed to ran at Urge in s.id countv. this cause. Iw« been letnrned, endorsed by the
*."v lUTivwa Sherii!', delendent not I'o aid in this county and
said rause was con'inued al lite last term ol said
MANY CITIZEN?.
court for the
tie Lor-J3iJiv«!
I*ei it»n« k.io'.vi'i.' tl^iuxelves iudebted
to me, oiOiri N\itc or
ftii.
,tt'v'ouut, arc
agiin re:pies'«l cil, and tile, as longer in-(
dulgenee entiBot be giv.-«n.
CH ARLIE D. DAVIS.
W. HAMMOND &C0.
TIPTON, IOWA.
Ilt .iU iM i't
ILL KINDS OK UKIUHtMIIZE.'
Would respectfully nav to the public that
thev are nVering a
R.INNR .IXR *"*F R^TKD
Vl'.HY lA)\V FOR \Ml
O E I E S
A TIFST
n.ATE
A'SI'lliMLir,
7'ia.t,
THH
Thomas Minor S.
Terrv TLos. J.
W
Wanzer Jediah J. 6
Work G. L.
Y
Johnson Martha Young William.
'Johnson Paul W. Young Asa.
Persons calling for the Above letters
will please say they are advertised.
ROBERT M. LONG, 1\ M.
MST 0? tETTERS.
Remaining in the post Olli ~e at Ro
Ll.esicr, on the 1st day of January ISo-l.
A Hoflu.an Manilla.
Armentraut J. C. Hisler S.
1
ydams SniiSon.
sucn AS
COFFEE, SUGARS, M!A»SU,
Suit, Ptfier, Tol'arro, Bat*
tin?, C'otlm Yarn, i
L'arpei Chain,
IT'E., &"C. I
Please call and
Examine for lcntwhei.
FORTIGN
Queens
R.chard Frederidc.
S
Simpson Miss E.
Singer Samuel.
Stortzer Michael,
Simmons William,
Segon Caleb.
Sterling John.
Sioitzer H. D.
Stortzer Ilenry.
E
amt American Dry Goods, of ev-j
c/y kind, very low. lv
HAMMOND & CO
Boot*and!•,
Shoes, a Vi ry choice select
of all kn clu ap. Bv I
I HAMMOND k CO
Hardware
Ripky Steppen.
Reid John S.
Ross John.
Roots Jane.
and Cutlery, in
v"ie»y
HAMMOND 4i CO.
Ware and la» Warp,-
By HAMMOMJfctO.
A E N
BEDSTEAD DEPOT!
subscribers take this method to info-'-,
the citizens of Muscatine, and the surround
ing unities, that they have the largest and be
SMJ)|I!V
of
BEDSTEADS, CI1. 1IRS, JXD FUR•
U E
all kind
S, CV.M
br.•
N
rl11 in tbis market, which
liny will sell at
WHOLESALE OR REFAIL,
•f unprecedented low prices fur trade of all kiadt.
as!i never refuted.
m- Give a (Mil, and sc for y. ir»c!\cs,
at the
Corner of Second and Chestnut Streets,
JLUSCALINE, IOWA,
JeclO'-3n.-
f] DUN SMOKE & (MUMPERS.
CIIAHLES A'KAIXl- Y
AI.E AND RKTAII. DE VI I 11 IV
K, IT LS UF UTIIN I LTUt.v,
Shoe Findings?, Saddlery, Hard
v/arc,
COLLARS, HAMES.
»lijin •V'"ct/,
Muscatine, iuica.
(^f Harness. Saddle, and Shoe Makers* at
tention is respectfully directed to Ins laree and
wcll-asi'Tted sto k
vi
I ii."«• i !.r"' i mill'
tweeu Tipton and ttocln-.ier.
10 Aem ©f Good Timber*
Tilt above will be sold on rcssonable Ptvd *e
comniodatimr terms. (). M. COLVER.
Tipton, December 24,1853. n7
CBAMC.
'M***-
I*"-j
Seott W. S.
V Commiosion & Forwarding Mer
Var.denbuvgh J. K. i chants,
\"andenbuigb I. N.
W
Williams Geo.
Wiles William
W iijtmore Peter.
Haskins A«a.
Persons calling for the above lettera
will please say they are advertised.
1
iher«-bvcivoii.that
byvir-
2 4
N. W.J 5, HO, 4 40
1 or as much thereof a* may be necessary to pay
»it from the deb.s of «aidestate rmsciFAt, oi-ricct. so,
IsOLioi JAMES BUCHANAN,
SIR—You arc hereby no-
is \b ri v ftiven, that! tified, that Ihere is now on file, in the otike of the
M.'C ..A. SN3L a Clerk-«f the Disirht our', within and for the I
Ally Fullerton, askin to lie d:yorceil fioni
er Will b" gi au'c I and a divorce -ciecd.
J. W ITEI.L. C.'k Ce !ir Co,
witia, A11\ •, for IVt. [de JLj"
1
Iv\V4 i-i-.
CHAS. EVAJFS.
CRA'NE & EYAXS,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, CI (MRS,
SFC., -S"c.. SET.
Front
KI., 1 II
scat i tie, low.t.
1 Ba*P W9
nish
for
J|
Ma*P
\Jr M%i* M\ MWLm
rP11F.
ii',dr'«i "i 'l has o! ened a larjri
I. quar. y »d* nu*k. o Kock|r i^ k,at wnat is
known as "Bunker's quarry, w licrc he
Will
fur­
2ft cents per Load!
and will always b«on hand tovsait upon custom
ers, i.6 HIKA NICHOLS.
O E Y O E Y
O IGHT DRAFTS on New York can bo had
kj of the Subscriber in sums to suit purchasers.
Certificates of Deposit, and Drafts on the
Eastern Cities cashed —American Gold fur
nished at a small premium, bv
W.\L"H.TL"T1ULL,
Tip'on, November 12, 15,"3 ill
Mlhtraif .Vat ice*
rPAKEN"
up by William Tucker in Sprinjplaie
1 Townbhip. Cellar County Iowa, one ()rit ht'
red Steer, witiioui spots, fxcept a white bra.
ou the tail, with n" ear mark* except those ap
I parenilv made by do»s.thrce yearsold past, and
of ji'ioti size, with horns inclined t«£c her, and
th"» riglit one a little :ht lowes*. Appraised at
rlffUt
,)nc
a jlt
t'-e 01 an older mad* bv the County Court or lHI rHurmsl to tiruolRce bv Thomas James
e tar Co.Iowa, mud-- on the Ttb A. I). I wdl
Ksq
i expose to saic a! paoiic auction, oil the 13th day iipt.in, ^ov* 22«l !^."3. u'J 3m
I of iVbruary. at the residence of tbc late'
Jo! n Dolio'i, deceased, in said county, the fol-
Z
tie :tu imvesi. Appraised at
j# VV. I A I' I ELL, County Clerk.
Esq. J. W. 1 A I I El.L, County
J% I il" YOllfi t.YiO.Y
jlNSURANCE COMPANY
1
Elector ol the estate of Ji.o. Dolan, ilec.
iapUai, $20U)OOU I
stw vou.i,
73, SXOADWAY,
AXU JOII.NSTOWS,
I^IIIS
COMPANY is row doim a large and,
safe b.iiii^-. and has acipured a reputa-1
tion of pay oig ail Ioj3» .i promptly and with-1
out delay.
very
Office at the fv.-.rt lioaic, Tipton,
Noveiobar, I
2,
1
•ied
pnrititiOof iii|Cp:ib'i«ition. Youjty Court of Celar county, Iowa,
will therefore take nitic* til at unless you ap
peir on the l%t. day of the May term of said said county. All persons knowing themselves
court, and inike defi nse, said peti ioner's pray- Jo be indehted
A K O U S E
BY R. S. TUCKCR.
Cora?r if Uobth.uf an-J Streets.
31! ":. 13^:..
J. 1. IlFTTfi, ntoi'ltinon.
TIP JUS, luw.i.
U V Ml AH & II Iti 1 1
TIP SON, IUW4.
TEMPERANCE HOUSE,
B1 I*
ATT Hit SOX FLEN.!1I,\U.
Tirrox,
IOWA.
MANSION HOUSET
Bi JOM I»H
ia\Ds:v,
aoCCEM 1 It, IO A
IOWA HOTCL.
IiV GEOR(.F IV COFFr.Y
ROritt^Tl H. W A.
n"m» raus to mention, low enough for KA^t VIAI«rO!\ %IAltMiI\9
i!l jjt-uc'ical purposes. Hv
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
on .NOH- ,! \t Sin
D. FRAN'CIS. ROUT. W.ILT^S
IT'VS,
Tipt"ii, Iowa. nl
MiMot: ii iMitr.ns s.
1)
DlU'CiCIfn.iniislnDealer
1.and
KOX.
HI (iGI"• F.-. ami n
("i-wrie«.
r.nuH. Dy' Murl'. »'iiiitcctK i..ii i''". !io
i ". l"i[t• -i». li, v\ a. i 1
MTHAMtLHikt: :,
[-•nr. in I'.unts, Oi!
and Dealer in I'.unts, OiU, Dye
V i. etc. Rochester, Uwa.'
Slulfs, Varnishes, ...
SA.m 1:1, i*. DtMt iA,
STOYI
TIN WAHU.. PLOWS, and HaiJ-
ware l)i :tlcr. Tij Uii!, I•.. 1,1
isa 4€ n ia:r.,
TAILOR—Men
MIlyi'edar
JOHN lMIil\SO\,
("DOOT AM)
S U T:
BLACKSMU
every thing in tiaur line.
LAND FOR SALE.
rriie
tllilll k. Illl.TOX,
Dlackiiuilh -All erdeit (or Hlacksiaith
X) 1U|( aiiH S
Roehe*! i l..\v.i. t.l
n iLKCR h. IIILTOX,
CiCABINET
MAKERS, and Dealer in F'-u
ture. Rochester, Iowa. ttl
S A U E E W E
acavi. Villi OK Cl.riAR (oi N IV, IOWA.
WILL be happy to wait upon all those who
desire his services. He is pi" pared tj do *ur
veyii»S with correctness and dispatch.
flKkcc in (he Court Iloute,
Tij'lon, lwi.
Must Toe the Iark.
LL Person* knowing tin mdves to be in«i!
ii ed to us are hereby" not.fied to call an I
tic the same, as we are now closing up all
O A O U N S
and have waited already Ion? enmiffh,
A hint lo tin wi.i is sufficient,
FRIEND & CCLBERTSCV.
Tiyton Dec- 4d. 1hH32. l-tf.
DUNSMORE &. CHAMBERS
W IliO.r* A I.I. AVi' KiT.UI UKil.l.HS 1M
Foreign and Ouitiestic llry Goodi,
Uui dit 'ti 1, (iroo i'k's. Qui cittwurc,
BOOTS AND SHOES, HA IS, CAPS,
Bonnets. Bo' k«. Leather, Carpets, Salt,
CO TEX Y.
llLY,Sfc.
d*c!0-lS33-ii3tfJ Main st.. Mucatiue, Iowa.
.tiUVi i OH
OGOOD Farms for sale low for cash- En
O quire nl' K. M. LCi.NG. at the Post O/Rm.
'Iiptnii Nov. 2»tb !»•.•:! ua 2ui.
BILK OF SCHOOL LAM).
I
WILL nler for sale, on Monday, the 23d
day of January, I«a4, at 1 o'clock, I'. M..
at ttie court tiuu=e door in Tipton, Section No.
sixteen of townsliip N H2 rtli of raic
one west, and section No. sixteen in township 1
No. Hi north ot rai'^e No t*vo nest, in t.'edar
County. Tnc abo\ la'.ds will !e s--dd I
as returned to my oliice by the ti usti -i of 1 Ik
township, aud on ti e tern» prescribed bv law.
rJMIIS
WELLS SPICER, Ascent. i"1 to Jo business.
I"'.va.
nl
IS33.
EXKVVTOIP S .VOTiCE.
1'fltJC rint'ice
P'i
hereby gi
en it
en, thai the ur
.1, bv 1' coun
E*ecutorol
ippo:lite S, I
th- es:a#e of cha.hs Eifi.-t, dee-ased, late
s iid estate, hy im'e, book ac-1
count otherwise, are therefore requea'ed to
lesil a?el s-ttie the same. GEO. KEEDER, rpiire of
p, 31, IS33. UB Lxecjbjf. NJV •:«,
JdS.K.SNVDI H.s |,'c
it ia 1 -iity, low a.
Tip'on, Dcc
.v.
Y.
U\':,2.
O N S I
TORONTO, CLINTON CO., IOWA
is one of ihe largest and best e
ted Wafer Mills in the State. Cuotoii
The underoigncd. as ajrent for the in«Mf*.ition, |,n- done at all tunes.
prepared to insure ajfalnst losses by Fife, on 1 'ii?* ^h'' Proprietor is fittin up a Card*
rv favorable terms }i»»* .UaClline, and will, iu the .spring, bs
I CiH Acre# of Good
I UU on«-half mile
hi 1: il
0f|
nslruc-
tuia Ki iitd*
GEORGE TlfOUN.
nto, Clm'on co inty. Iowa
Part Timber and part goad Prairie
Q/jjjT
Also, a large Hrick Buihuni two rto- i«)-\
riertiigh, uuiiaishcd. situated in I'.pton. j&it* i
sue reasoaahlc prices, by
K W O O S
An ^rrirvT or rntsi.
I
htock
I'-Sr:s-e
i
just rcc«i«r«d
a.r?\',:5./
Vv
1AV' T-"«e*
and Boy'* Garments cut r.'i
madetooidfr.iu i. 1 itrst and um.-t m:
1 proved stylc*. Tij-t •, a.
m.
Km A N'T TAILOR -Fashions regular
received—Cutting don*t«order. Uocb
I e.-ter, county, Iowa. r,l
,\I AN 1.1 -A General
t) A»»oituient kept caimtantly on hin.d.
Tipton, Ii.wa. nl
C. F. 11H11ITIIAI.*PT.
liorrr AND Mior. \Ki:U-Leatlier and
Jj Sh'iemakeiFindings always to be found,
and
»T
tl.c best quantity. Ko^!:ester, l*'wi.
AAROX PI:%UOUI
1 1
Shop. '1 ipi'in, i a.
ItOllT. fcTAXI,
^'AGON MAKF.K—Repainnfr done upon
trim
ROSTOS,
VI
O*
thuf
to th's liberal anrl pnerons commtinilf
i p.Kt favors and pa'n r.ajrw, anj to ttif.r«r
•r cmttomers an1 the-re*' of mankind," I hat
at
their cstablisluiicnt ia
br buditina: oa he
nxrn OF CI IXIR
4
FIFTH STREET*
An constancy reeeiv-n? from Boftoa
and St. LouU, larg«anii
SPLIM'tn ASSOR TM t.N'TS or
TAFLE & FANCY DRY GOODft,
C.. .sistin^ as to!!o
HtlKTI.
.y?rrim9c, C, e'eo, JUen St
Fall fiirtr CUbu
IR-F
4'f
O DOOM.
S",o:
Shtrnngs, 0*nahurgha, *^1
til kiiiJ oi iroods for men
and boy'-i wear.
CLOTHS.
VFSRCI'uitfi
IF,
ST. LOUS I S l' III.
u WARREN.
A \UO\ i.IMII KT.
Hardware,
AI S
FRKNC!I
do BROAD
CLOTHS.
FRENCH CASSIMERS, I.nn andtwil-
A^IMFn?. plain ami fancy,
i Ll,l), ,doted and plain.
S UTINETT8, CMSHMERETTS.—
SHKFPS GREYS, JEANS, &c.t
all qualities an colors.
HSlOKt.
O i v a i e i e s u a i i e a a n
ICSTI.'RS, sn.as,
ALTACCAR,
i I i nr. I ATM S, CIMIH A MS, K AM
rims, TirkiKr.s, rniu.iNo«,
L1M&S.V3 ANf »LANNt.L«.
30 3IS3
We lm\a on hand a larse and splendid asoffe'
neiit of Baiasre*, Tissues. J.ickoiieUs, Cam*
li ics, Swiss, Insertions., 1 .dcinjjs, Dress triM*
n.ings, Dress Buttons, o!Uis, Cuffs, Caps, 4«»
a o N K E S
RHAWI.R,
r.i.ovts,—Li*le thread ami
aid —PARASOLS, HANDKCRt liters.&r. &CW
And finalty lO.tMlo other «rtic| s which can b«
•eeii by them a call. Also,
O E I E S
A larg aud full supply of all kinds
ar,°'
ll 0|., PMte lia, ey s Cat- TOBACCO AND CIGARS, BOOKS
riSjjehh'--
the most reasonable terms. iipton,Iowa,
I'tirterHifftted «:r.'*s |..r 1T0- flOAClt AND W \(iON AKER—E»stof .''perlite''cieiks constantly onhaod,whos«in»W.
.\.-d land s.taatcd be- tb« public quare,Tipton. Iowa. nl to is that it is
kept ca»a
stantij o i haul.
Hals and Caps, Boots and Shoes*
^are.Hard War*,
Cutlery, Lnihrellas, and Bnski ts.
NF4E»V MADE I.OTIIIXO.
Warrenifd fit i.r n,j s.Ue.
AND STATION!:IIY.
Fancy fixer.s, and- and—we "cave in." w«
cau't
hep,n to tell lulf wc have pot, but if anr
il a*'I ri' !t,n** d-Htr.s further information, it will becheer
.* fully (riven at the store, as we have clever rb4
trouble to show Goods."
loeimr «tm-t!v attei.ded 1e. 0"r pnee« are d.-eidcdly low, s we are d*
ermined to "bust all to smash*' rather than b«
eNni Hsoi.ii and if any body don't bciieve it
just let them try ns.
FK1F.ND & CULBtRTSON.
Tipton. winiwr 17, 1S53.
CATH ADVANCTT MADE
H2
2
liC
'•f M'I'.MT:. !., Illo.'k Jt Co.|
For%var«liui and Coin 111 i^toa
E A N
Wafer Street, Muscatine, Iowa.
rAUTici'LAM ArrKNrto.v
PAIII TO STUMMA AI*»
ROHWARUINA.
on
PRODUCT
ffared
with him,
OFFICE, and Ware Room, ia Um large llm
story Brick, corner of i'iue and Water SUMU
Muscatine, Iowa, Nov. Ifi, 1833.
37ia_Hiajjy^j
Sad
die S Harms* Maker.
lake ties
f,p,,rt
:„,ily of returning
»t to*' ha.'jk t}jt cit »/eiis of i'i and
v icinity, foi past favor* and patrona^#* and to
inform th. iu that he is still puhiiir alon* the
al»ove hiisiiicss in this place and i« now located
ovi:r shaw K Bagl-\ s--toic in the room former
ly r-ccupied by H.'H. luthill as a Law Offic»
where he keeps constantly on liam]
llaiuess, Bridles Collars Ac*
and-'ill o-'Ver :o tides perlauoh^ to bit is itlCA
which i he hid ready made or made to
m-
Icr. Give bun a call.
N. 13. A boy w .inted to learn the r*df
Tip'on, Nov. aitkb, 1S33. n3 tf.
Ct».\n BAP1DS. IU VV A.
All the various operation?beneficial to th» fmth
done in a satisfactory manner.
TY T'LF-'K PORCELAIN TLLLIH I.VSRRTCS
PLAT K.
November 12,1853 a|
a
Take Jiy Hat"
N"Y person desirous of t.ikm^ a hat or ea|
'1 either can do s bv calling .i Uie establish
incut of Friend & Culhert-on, w'tiers theteroa
el "taking" w dl tic Bowie known.
ripton Nov. '*'«t!i, ]s.',3. r.3-if.
1 KO.V.
THE
UNDERSIGNED keep constantf* an
hand a large and complete assortment of
i,on and stee!, Al*o Nails and all other *rH
¥aud, situated eks of Hardvt'ape,
uth of 1'iptun, ihe saine nov.2l*.i3 SHAW
St
BAGLET*
TO SI'.V LOTS!
BEILDING LOTS, in the town of Teton
«y desirablv situated, are oif«r«a for
CUAS. SWETI.ANI).
e* "'aU £«. WM. H. TUTHJLL.

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