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TUB kaW SBWWAWW
inb»crtbevs
fH*"
ra«n*« of
~rJ
tefttto to tobwlr
«UH tiJIlf.- ^rSVm&mA^f.
'fy ,'r
remove to other places with
*2L.» iafarminc tie publisher*: and the papers arc
%«t£torn**direction, they are field re-
eoarte have decided Ahat refusing to
oP-icdioaN from the office, or removing and
fain* then uncalled for, is primi facie svi
1fe£®J^i5l££ll22*iISllele*me**eme*ee
Tipton.
J5v«ry person who hu pMswl through
J|bi8 towu bis remarked its b«auty. Its
locstion is diMireble one, being situa
ted on the open prairie commanding a
if ne view, and in the sultry days of turn-
Iner receive* the cool breezes which con
Unualiy waft orer the western prairies.
situation is delightful, and for health
4 not surpassed in the wide wortf. It
J|i
prosperous--but its growth has not
JLen in advance of the country surround
and by which it w supported, Du
elling the present year iu increase has
leen •iWst 25 per cent, that is at least
f5 per cent of the buildings erected and
completion hare been erected the
jarcsent year. Ves one fourth of the
Xiildings has been pot up this year.
This tnay seem inconsistent with our
Tormcr statements, but what wc have be
|bre stid we wil| still miintai n, but mu3t
iontradict the construction put upon
item, that our town is retrograding.
rA Tipton is rapidly increasing, but from
ijjrhat we hare seen and heard, must con-
Jess its growth is not as rapid as the
•County seat west of us. But it must be
j^rne in mind that our increase is a
fteady eren growth, walking hand in
nd with the prosperity of the county,
^|nd not a premature fungus growth
jrhich marks many of the western rilla
»es. Our citiiens labor under many
disadvantages, building material is dif
icult to obtain and demand such exurbi-
•lent prions.
Again, thole of oof citizens wk© are
trilling to improve are those whose mean*
I re limited, and who hare already done
Ihere might in the advancement of the
^tace, while those who have means and
*dvantages ot building are those who as
Jre before said, do nothing for the bene
•Jft of the place but seek new devices to
Jfroid there usury law and let their
Kioney at exorbitant interest. It is of
-«4ien and their practices that we com
flaiud and it is them that retard the
growth of the town and they are certainly
Reserving of the ccnsurc of every we
•m^grisher of Tipton.
The business of this plaM is increasing
e ratio much greater than i,ts local im
provements—building* daring the sum
mer are almost daily springing up still
yet nothing has ben done for local im-
"|aorcment-—we mean no public ent*'
Jrise—nothi»ig is done for the improve
ment of streets or walks, Our town eoun
jjil are makinp exertions in this beliah
tgnd ft they succeed we shal be mut
«t^eased, but fear the wet season will
^jjvertaka them too soon and then tbe
«nod will be unfathomable.
i
The whittling club can And good accom
modation at 8haw, Ragley & Go's, who
(are just received a large lot of chairs.
arc for sale howerer, but can be
used by the dub pjrovid«d they furnish
&eir own whittlinii dttber but call and
the chairs.
(^''Priend
at tbe horse-shoeing
#gain. Sea card
lering away
:ksmithing
fflT* Sto6« the Little Giant's over
throw in Chicago, his cognomen has been
•changed to that of "Little PuA*
bmcial VoW
t.
I
1
We roccived tlte Iowa Requblicau extra,
Saturday, containing the official vote in
fill ihe counties but two or three lor the
and. Congreft&ioual officers except
|or Governor. We are at a loss to say
why that is osakted. Here is a synopsis
wf the rote, according to the Rrpvblivm:
First Congressional Dutrci-
4 «fisti»HaU.- 1U19
H.L. B- Clark^ U.012
ttor majority,
Second CmgtutfaHtik iHitird.
James Thorington,* 11.424
8teplien Hemsuad, 9,872
1T7
fkomgton's majority,
Attorney General.
IXC, Cloud,| -21,040
20,397
t^ovd'smajority, f48
Audtior of SUk
Andrew J. Steves®,*^
Je^ph L. Sharp, «1,430
a's msjorj^rf
Anti-Nebiaaka Whigs.
fADti-Nolnraska Democrat ii
The Dovglan M««tiu «fc
Chicago.
Tbe telofr,!
Pu
I?
U
b.„k. Dili, I„ge
v
w
nt
Gentlemen, by the Nebraska BiHtbe
people are allowed tlie right of sell V"
crnment. (Avoiee 'who appoints the
cnior and .Judges?") The Pres.den
of thc United States. (Three groans tor
Pierce.) He appoints Judges, in tnry
stat in the union, why should he not
N,.br:,SUaanJ Kawat.! ('Bex:I the eec
tion of tlie Bill.* 'Bead the Bill. (1^
Bill was published one of y-ur citj pa
pcrstodav, and you can reso it at your
eisurc. (Don't take that paper. A v..ice
What a head.') The best interest of
the United States required tnat my
should become a law, a„ that the rgbt
of tho people to self regulation should be
recognised. ('let
rtw: 'We wont
till morninf. til
\jm
r°T
It is aatimatad that tba Canada* w
tuia the praseot season a surplus if 12,000,(XX)
buahala ol whaat, vbtch of course will look
aWaad for a aarket. By the new reciprocity
traaty, provincial jpraln and flow coma into oar
markat frea of duty, and upon au aq'ial footing
with tlie yradactkm!! «rf our o»n farmer*
,, A marchant, beln^ hurrieif, callel upon a
«||yih aeigkiior Ilia ofhar day, and .iflked if
ba had A apara dark to lend him, was referred
I ta a vfrj thi
hmd tiis
1 a spara clark to lend him, was reierre*
WT 'OUn« jantlemsn, with a psa b«-
ri-ad
,, aphit: fepurt of this meeting 1 j"
1:1
ft
'-••U 1,4
Ih».
rPlnnv-n!
He thpn 1°
staVi i
Pursmnt to the notioe of S»t» TV,,„ hK,!.!. 'i.
... .« y how a. Iht oU Market Hall.- fcc. continu^i af™t!*"¥1"
At halt past sevt n it is estimated that i speaker then d-fied ?U
(here were 6,000 poreoni jL n, T.h« ,1*°
from thai tune until the speaker rose, f«in «ml ami,, if
large accesaious were constantly made, secured a r'ei!efU'ul attention
The Mreot tn front ofthe Hall
wWoek.
fng LwtvMg«^to'r!il» ^Mll,u ."'"'"P110 on tlie Nebrat-'
w'h laP
y
n
wa8.folioWL"d by
„e f"1.10,lim' respectful iirni-
Hf/'.k
He
ImtJ
n*wnu
themselves.') Gsnt'cmen, we
talking about n^gers. we are
are not
talking
about the Nelraert-Kansas
aiivonti.'Q iatt jy
bill. Gen
lletnen vou have hal a
in thc first Cor:2Tcss|onal
(Three ch.-cw for VVashln.rni'!) (Cr.ea
for thc Harbor BMh) Vo« «u
.i rr the Harbor Bui to ingnt,
"S'X- «i»
Hnvna Esq.. U. Iistr«rt atrorney
h„
111' "11 1
to a srat. Tin W)
address the mu' icnce,
but .1,.,
purporting to have
u
ourlasi.. is- i I IV'"tf'* ingtcn, throat-j
Chicago papers ot SaUirJ&y, The follow-1 to
in* from the Chicago JoLJ"and
reports in the Press and Trtbunt all con
cur its details
toe P*t Offtets!
anct
,o,pPnk
4B^ CVt"
HiUled illg
-l'r
sP^ere
of existence.
SgaUKSt thc
"44re""« 'gwrt mob ?d
Chic^o, upon the principles of the fs'e- not seetn to *L «i
IU,i,!S
Ji ry '•."•
of the
s
1
'Uie
1,llilsUl't
remarks
a!cn
Tl1 8
Uiiiituiis
RIVJ
renewed disturbance.) I will procce
to show that none of vow werp ever in f:
vor of th" Miss^nri Comprrtm^e (N
no-J First the FreeSoticra who vou-d
for Van Buien in 1848. the pkuorm re i
pud'ated all compromises with slavery.
Having thus di-:posed of the FreeSoilers
and Al»olitoinist8. (No! no!! no!!?)
(ientlemen, I will relieve the Free Sail
ers and Abolitionists if they desire it.
Not)'' '~f them were ever in favor ot the
law until Douglas talked of repealing it.
Was any '-ne in this crowd in favor of it?
(Continued cries of"yes, Dug was in fa
vor of it himself.") I will show you why
I did not stick to it if you will keep si
lentC (Go on.) Tlie Compromise mea
sures ot 1850 affirmed '.he great princi
ples of Non-intervention of Congress,
With the question ci Slavery. This made
it ri,Tht to remove the Missouri restric
tion" a ud I did it. Groans and hisses.)
Would any one here like to see the Mis
souri Compromise re-enacted? (^'f8
of'ves'nnd continued noise and disturb
ance The. Illinois Legislature passed
res |*ions instructing me to support the
minifies of non-intervenuon. In tlie
Louse 61 voted for the resolution and 1
against it. Nine cheer* tor the four.)
I was instructed by the Legislature of my
Own state aud I acted accordingly.
did
:ain
'ypuiOti of discordant voices anil t'ries n!
Mr. Douglas acose and obferred that 'Small Giant.' •MiMik^n.* 'lr McVick
he hail come to explain the objects and er.* 'Cook, carry him home,' Younr A.
provisions of the Nt-biaska Bili. This fueric&c.
—r*
a storm After a short consultation it was deem-
of liissi. s, groans, cheers &c. He then I ed prudent to adjourn, and the company
^t v^m11 "'Wer on the
?l«nj
t}»em
pie the grand principles of the Nebras-1 with torches to the Trernont house, where
ka lj.ll. Ihey did not understand thcj"»ey waited awhile for another speech.
Bill and but few^ o! them !md ever read I*ot being gratified they gradually sep
lt. I his remark drew forth such a tor- arated, and here was the finak ol tiiis
nado of discordant noises, Uiat it was most lUta! atterngt at 'conquering preiu
some minutes before he could proceed, i dices' and 'whipping in.'
He proceeded: The whole of the city
jwess have united in condemning ine, but
none of them have published my bill iu
order that it might vindicate itself. You
see they have done rae injustice. You
have been told that the bill was a meas
ure to extend slavery in a territuiy then
tree. (Yells, groans, hisses &c., for
some minutes.) The bill does not le
gislate slavery anywhere, the statement
that the bill legislates slavery either way
is untrue. I will expose thc slanders
heaped upon me. Th? principle of the
bill is to allow the people tlie privilege of
regulating their own institutions in their
own manner. This ii th*1 great princi
ple that our revolutionary fathers strug
gled for. (Laughter This is the great
principle upon which tlie glorious Decla
ration of Independence is founded. (A
voice —"all men creatcd free and equal."
Gentlemen, if you will be quiet I will go
on, but it is impossible for me to proceed
with go much interruption, Renewed
interruption.) Personal violence has
been throatend me if I dared to come
here and vindicate myself, but I intend to
speak, and intend t) be heard, I repeat
you do not understand the measure. The
State of New York has the same right to
have slavery as Kansas or hebmska.
The Stat e of Illinois wants slavery her
self. (Great uproar.) You listen to all
who come to address you, but ycu drown
my voice so that I shall not be heard. I
ask all to keep silence and not disturb
the meeting. (Here the mayor arose,
and told ali the policemen in tho crow!
to arrest any one who should be seen
throwing any missiles.) (Renewed up
roar.) I must agaia request you to be
s»lent. You d^nyjthat is correct to allow
thc jeopl« the ri^ht of self government.
You ny jf that it was wrong t« repeal
tlf Miasorm CoMi»aoMJSE. (Cries of
tes, for iinn' miwite..) Will any one
rise and teli me thu he was ever in fav»"
of that Compromise?* (Cries yes,
retired. Most „f the Jo
dispersed. Some of them, l.owev-
cometo .lay before the peo-1 er, formed in procession anl marched
At the Mi th iJiirt Epit opal Church in Tipton,
regulaily eui-h 8abbatu »t luj o clo^k A. M.
At the Convgii-ionaliKt Church, rcguUrly
each Hahbath at 1(1* o clock A. M. aad in the
cvtuing av oi o clock.
At the Court h.-we inTiitton, on the first Sab
bath in each month «t lo! o'cl-wk A- M.. by
the Kevt Sh(• ton Ki1^.
married,
"y Botit. M. Long Esq,, at the Tipton Temper
auce Uouse on the 16th init, Mr. WILLIAM
RAWSON" of Mascatin? Count)- to Mito REBEC
CA AIJ.K.V of Cedar County, Iowa.
Sept. r,!h, th.' Rev. J. T. ilcman Mr.
Fr.VNKL!NT H. DAVIS to Hits MARTHA P.
ANN A all of Cedar County, Iowa.
With the above we received the little
"yeliow boy" which ie an evidence o! the
generos.ly ol the parties, and lor which
ve r»'!y wis'i tiiey mav ever have
"a ti.nv more of the saitu sort."
»U_
Jlcfr C.loiuTtisciiicttis.
WHITE
A anpetior ol-tiuA trticli- just ticei
red Mil tJT MlC ft| v
TOify WljAVKRa.
chairs!
The oadt niga^d vi-.a just r%civcd taurfa »«!».
ply -if Chairs, which.are lor -ale, i hfap.
SHAW, H.\t !JCV A- V'.K
Olacksmithing.
I
lor tin*
N t! 'v
patrvu.^f atvia1 utretot'r» rcofivt-i &ni!
1 ^. u- it .ii ii for fnt'irc. He ft ill an haad
at i. '.*i»at« of I'm t'oai h»aat- Iu Tirts»ii
wiic. i../i prt red eTneute^rith d'jqmtrh
a i-l ii' all-jote lat|j| li'i. of blarkamitli
tog aitl h«w?aiio«iieg. B. MtSEti.
i'LJILK ".^ALE!
fh» I. i Will '1,1m JIO lit: si!"
fcn *••. i. i ii-lea-e at the we*S
r^ioatkK
Wit
Jun-iPi'M tvi UitStUllHl.
TKUMI will
L» MADE
Save Your Money!
i
Oue ami far cash (Jul)!
JILL be sold, Paiiits, UtU, Glass
rooeriR.-i, Ac., at redauod rates, ft
purpoM of t'lfiii ing oIT tlie
W
roum
st.jrt',
the aevr. At the t/oadway Drug
next door to H.^iimmuls,
Sf. A. BAG LEY'S
oAnniA.a® anof".
liv-i
.,ie fxpcnv),
REE SI'LN-
i.l
III.!.! I"S I'ATF.XT A XI
1)1.1- f.ir carriages aud watrona, mid also,
Hubbard's Patknt combination of Cross
EtaJic Bracing Reaches,
With a toii-elanlicffttlwSaiijKirtrri
For Carriages and Buggies,
is prepared t'1 put tip wagom, and hu
gies with noiitii' Ha auii tli»paii h.
kiMlx of repairioK done to ord. r.
j'-s3~ Hi!
Tipt.n. Cctlar etmnt/.lowa. Kept. VH.
JOIJ SALE.
On,- uiuU \Va4=in-oxlrA quihtr- oue houbl«.
Ur.v.s Trim.nod ll*i»« fur nrjiu
aiwve will Ic.* solt v .'i v for casii.
Kntj'iire of C. V*
•flttfii'T.
Tipton, 8apt 3
th,
Only IJOoTl Vtwel
Moat Market!
had re*ulariv every Tuesday sad
tfatnrdaT mnrainfrs •nd Mf'TTOlJ ercry Thurs
,J»v, at the Km R,mi
«By Industry we Thrive."
STOVES!
€oP|»ri, Tiu, and Shee# *»««.
Opposite the Eagle Hotel.
'I'MIK SnWrila-r havtnjr jat prnc.l
u wlf
put a stop to the free of »h
mt^asurc, vou are deal.n* with.the vvr°nt
person. I shall stay here ami talk a.
innr na suita my couveaiencc.
home till morniHf,
till mornin?, we won go
k gn
home till morning, tiH daylight doth sp
jn SCTU.
Tin* Mayor
~r* *J*$
Rr..Ht«a
hy ofl!««,
*.« &«•.. Turmnff to Mr. Bross, UM
mr O' th" Vnnorratic Press, he
A ttol he
a inob, or words to th«i
5
1 nndtinahop. and reedved a sapply of the
latest improved aud '"e^ cooKnir,
nail.ir and !DX i-tuv-s, ia U"w re.i ty to.-.ppo all
fuoie «i.o win
!u°r
c.pp«rarare and pir-
8FMI VC AT
^Uoiesaic
,n
Ktantiv ouU»«vi »r u^d* at shsru-.t notieA
^frKflfftneapurtiu.- "•"klUu~
., i mtviTli urMn*"."* anl d'xpatuh.
WUi) 1AM
|f. HAMllONn.
(i real teams!
IN REAL ES TATE.
Tilt' undersigned oflV'Vs thc foUtm-in^r
choice Prairie laud lor sale at low fig
ure, Portions of b.-inK situated within
three & Prm'ea of T'Pj'"*:
HWt of See. *6 Towi
1
Hl
For particulars cu|iuroul^
i
k
suuV. ia
!"S
Ken .ve^i
ia bv
it roit
toNST^N I'l-Y kept a
v.if htit'.K^U-.: ...
ia ltocbeA^r, a»a
»U4toi WhfMt.
Uu«
CuHom
Wlt8
^eeii i«
tQ cw^few.
is aaa. Wng the.VpsIt$ juitpo ..
r*t
ait i.iucs, and
MOU»|*ly tturd U).
JI fc U- WlgE.
ic
AT
CHEAP N. Y. STORE.
rPHr, SulscTiirH«r
speak a-
ssary, until he
(Cries
ne
,"
',crf,'ct
IN'.SLBE'H NRW YOStK OHK.VP STORE
No. 11 Li CLAIM BLOCS.
tow, Mf. 31, 1BSA.
all
CREES & STARR.
Oh Ye«! Oh Yes! 0h Vr»]
Call at the
Mnioit grug ^torc!
TIAVING just returned from 8t« Louis
with a frtsh autj full up ly of l^r.igp, Medi
rint"». P«\:nU. o»U. «iroceHe» and X«
ti n«, vrc f»et ri.iihtit'iit in saying Vhat wt-aiv pre
to furniMi any arMH# tn o:ir lin" n
good term* aa can Iw. ha at any othar estaMish
moiit in the coanUy, and to tiioss who v. ia
wimt of iiq-iors f.v mt'ilioinnl irf -ac*,
we wonld
*ay, try t.urs v o \var: «!tt tl»vui pur#. have
also on hftiid at this ttnn- a o iuie lot of Grocer
ies, of which tic followiiiR ia apart:
J\~ew
Orleans and
Ha vma
a lot nfcvff'ce, ttn, can*
dies, soap, violate*, vinegtr,
TvUicr.o, Salt, yjhoc
afott, rigui ?, anl
aire ft of all
Oar Drug* akil M»li. in'" betr laid, ia
with a view to aucotamodtt* «»-ry elaaa of uu- li
cinal praciiti. tnjra, and cuiiiinuuity gcnerailp.
Call and see, at the Union Drug
Store, om Cedar si, X^tou Iowa.
Si'pt^wbcr, 8th, 1 *54- Ii41-tf
JNJ' JO
N O I O N S
As & fl« Ti .4 ivi u«
W0^I.I)
i-. v
kunwn on tn• day of oak,
ftj. fliN (.JOGlJttKJfll.
i.t2 n
AO ca«e» of toy*.
15 l*orf nouliii«,
5cDi«kioI I'ockii ullnry,
lla/i»ri».Sc:i-v«r^, &,r.,
leaideaa complete assorUaent (if Mtuitml tttfru
mmts, ttmu. Gilt, amd ilotUJentlry, J'tpet,
Peifitttwri/, ,y.'
tho
i pi'tck to make
The a'tentl.Mt of Cash puri haser.i is particular
|v r«que»wJ. aa tb-y aro prepared to well tlna
chwa t.f trade at less prices thiui any houae tn the
it. LoaiH, Raptcmher. t»31.
Zm, SWETLAND.
DEA!.i:U IN
faimln feroccrus!
TX2*rOU, IOWAi
THE
Sni.scriber haviaa rtc-nlly V-n to Bt
l»nis to pv." hat e a larsre nntl choica »ttt
of Fa(ntl\"Or"cries, t* i»»w prepared to supply
the citizens of Tipton an 1 vicinity with sorrier
artklc-H. 'insist r. i :i« '"llowa
Best Rio Coffee,
Suj/ar House Molasees,
Re-boiled
New Orleans
Best Golded Sywp,
Clarified sugar,
Laf do
New Orleans do
Solar af us, pimento, indigo, madder, rai
sins, Figs, Prunes, Almvids, En
glisfi Walnuts, Rraz'l Nuts,
Filberts, Dried Peaches,
Riet. tar, Whih fish,
Mucktrel, Lend,
Ci-rdn^e,
Shvf\
Younz f/ym Tea, Imp'riiil do Grttn PawJtT, 4*i.
Tub*, churn*, Burhi.«. I'cmdsr, Sottp, mailt,
Gluts, Catl.'lrt, Jlrnoms,
ink, P%fr, Vmtgnr, Ma
ts, Sta i h, Sailiifl'-r, A him. Nti/nie#.,,
Tola.-': fnU tru.t, o all ra
rietf*. Dan-V &ult, Kiaiuli ira Sift,
IllMkmx. i-tH'i", Pfj'jtr Awf, Gm
On?' lKfrt, ('tusta, Oyx.'irt, 'It it hit I*m$,
Ahim, fitnr ca«U'», C*dm Suet. I'i)r*ims. Qr. *c.,
Ami numy other itrhc'et too twm^nwi lo tneiiium.
The articles arc all warranted of a good
quality, and will bar1sold on reasonable
terms for caali.
The subscriber belteviu# Wiftt the mercantile
bUHiuem, v.i',1 )iehl .i k""j: Proftt outhe inveat
ment,*iU be thank Ail f«r ashsl* «f pnhltc jiatron
u^e, and If It fhould t'irn out. itnpretiisble, he
believes that l« can recede a break down as
corapiacently anj uthe.r tnau.
gfc,0"Pivase call and satisfy yourselves.
CHARLES SW£TLANI)._
BUFFALO TYPE FOUNDRY
*N»
PRINTERS' FURNISHING WAREHOUSE,
MM IS &. 20 WEST
J•
»ao
8WJ
j" i i
Wi KI51
"tevrrA
AT NE** IMRK JTUOBK
thereby saving vlre e^ix'Bw ftnd hi*o6vaaisac«
nf lrar 'l'f»rt '«.
lioi' lf CO'HUMHiitim 1
a!w*v* on bitii'l or rnrui us 1 sv short notice, a
asBut.i
Mr
."• n.'losi
W9
jftctail,
oppor
ami
embraces this
»•••,. i-j ihi»rtit tlie ot lit
tlie sunoUL.tiint ct» I'.i.-i Uo ij i.v
iarfiomXew \".-k hu* m, ,!ir
r"*1. JariteM *u1 w*sli k»if*t»Ie
'if -y ji'l vuple
1'ALL A!VU WINTER KOODSt
cwr tM?f ire offeKtliu t! rnuiket, cumprUlnf
Dry Goo
is, Carpets, Shawls, (great va
riety) Drew Trimmings, Byyt* and
vt»- rwft'iv
Ril!
»Hnort«v«ut
Shots, (a good stock) Looking
glisse.t, (la rge assortuitnt)
Choice Family Gro
certM, #e., ^*c.,
H« will contiauc to a '.h :r? ••Hctljr to fkoonc
prfee Cash rtv?tem. P.iat tils sit»«
ti^i hiiii, tw ho tr i-U itiias all \vht have hereto
ftirror t»hall ht'ie.ifter favor (tim with their pat
rotiagp, tLiat it the only true s ntm for buyer
aiul i»-'lit%r. The van Vizi's of "ca^ls pt'.r'huses,
the savinii in oxj^nwx *u4 of credit busi
ri!enalilo him KOO'N »lalar^« tllst-ount
from tlif present prit t'#: wnd his inter-nt ert*in
i.v innir.pln hiiu to H' i! n!«':iyt at tlie lowe-t pos
(iililn pri.-i'.s. as it in^un s him tarportah-s an.I ym
a larger a^sortTCent and hi-twr selection*. The
ino pru e syst*m, from which there will le MO
DEVIATION. lu uoi forget to call at
Ji
50. JUS St., ST. MO.
IffijwrlifS of V.irit!y lmv\ r-nd Motions.
call 'be attention of Mev
Cedar aounts ti their Well
U»d rftoi'i of #h«vi% »«rt.la, whieh they olVer at
reduce,i i S. 'liioy'il.u. jaat ttMr
Kail iui.'T.I:
UH»I*.
amo ,? viitob ar«—
'•r music crrorun
ixa 2, LJJ CLAIRE ROW,
djvi:\ro.\r, ion.:.
THE Subscriber begs lenre to aa«
•euuee to t!w eittiens of Tipu»n, mJ C'nd »r coun
ty. t'tiit he l».»* u. u, and kwja oormt.in'Ly ou
han I i tat n'l '-tx cir.i ri..r stock of (fold
silvir watchM, of e**rr kitiS and quality,
aadthc lar^eat and Itcst atbH-ttd atock of j«wm
ry *o found In the Plate. ALPO, ail kind* of
Mt'sir.\l. INSTRf*Mi:\TS aocS es UilberV
hickonnsj^,' Hallctt, ft Co1*. other
Uno Forte*. Piin.M' celftoratad M#lod^ oa^
(.uiura, Aocord?ona, t'lu'i *. Violin-, A'\ At .,
AA I.AROR A««')TMKKT Or
POPrt.\* Mt-RIO FOK *»t» OKIT4R.
Plans Fortes and Mehdemu strictly
Mtaiufacturn's pricet tri'M addi
tion of freight.
I InTlte any j^crsnn wn.ttinf any thinf H» piv
line to itive aw a call, or write to nc, and I will
itu.-irunt-iH' K.itisjfaction both aa regard* price* au1
quality of G&od*.
JXtrmr-o.-t.JiJy. :.i. M. Jfousr.i.
Wall .Pajwr!
M. Bt in'KTT, woulJ call theatfn
titin rf tiis f.icn's in f'KDAR COUNTY,
to his new nn Uir^o sl.icV of
room rAinan,
The Ltrgtst, I'est Srbrted, and Cheap set
in the State
Conaiating of every variety of patterna and
atyle, suitable for ail the rooiua in a hous*, and
varvin? Hi |»i lets fri n
A IVime to $1 *23 per Roll,
Tocetl'/t with a lar^c a^aoi tineut of cheat ami
l®^*rivfi ui.i silt HOHDKRJNG* JBH
WINDOW PAPER,
of every Variety.
And Fthe Piinte Cnrlain Fixtures,
er now iatha time to paper vmit h»uae«.
R. M. BI/RNETT
Main street, Mu«*atiiie, Iowa.
W.l'A'MM0NI) CO,
TIPTON, XOWJa
Dealers in
ALL KINDS OF MERCHANDISE.
Would respectfully say to the public that
they are offeriai( a
LARGE AXD WELL SELECTED
STOCK OF GOODS!
Yi UV LOW FOR CASH!
O O E I E S
A riaST
A
AT E ASSORTMENT, $rcf! At
Teas, Coffet, Sun 'is, .Wo!asses,
SuJ^JTepptr, Tobacco,
Ung, (often Yarn,
Carvel Chait^
O'c'., tic.
Please rail id
Examine for YcutseMMM*
FOREIGN
and A|ner»ean Dry Guoda, of av­
er y kind, vary low, by
HAMMOND It CO.
and Mil
OR A.
BOO(H
OO
IH
Of Hi
!1"V-
a \-ery choiee selection
kin1.4,
cheat). Uv
A MMOND ft. ro.
anlnure and t'utlery, varietj
ii.t. miiiierxiis to mimit ion, low emniftr for
all prat-Ucal purposes. Bv
ll\MM.itD V ('0
i UW«H8 Hars'ani! uia^ YFarv.~—
H.VWMOND.'v CO.
IT aU aud Cape, any rYr.rfty on~R*ml and
,11. sale hy "r
HAMMOND & Co.
HO Ail BAZAAR.
7.A1
IrilO'S W. HARRAfifS^
S
CJSU STORE.
A THIS BBTAHLINHMENT, I 'MTtoutii
ijL ot tlu- Hotel, in Tiplcn, rail at all
times be found a full ami complete supply ot
DR
V GOODS,
FANCY NOTIONS,
r. A I \'".K
«VI»
p) i." N
WnrjLP
M*..Burf
Ar.o i», *.
K. Lyman, Proprietor.
AV1NG -ecently eularged and iiupru*ad his
Foundry—now oenipvirtg- two .^r^e four
dt"rv hniWings. »«d afl-te.l msi.jr nevr .en to
l:inti •".itBieiHof W«»k. Jo'-iiUidurMiut ntul Type,
Kor.ierx, Huk«, S«'riuU wouM i i»|«'eifully
e*l' t1" fiiit i 'iou ot J/t M'ers ItHf! puhlitiliers to
hi/establi••Unieut. Knjo in/ aaiple facilities foi
executing «»f any nni/ii'-Wvle, ho h»|es
t,V pronijptiifcss, to writ eootinuanee of th,
^vora htret. rore Itsniowed upon him l.elievhie
it to tie t'. thp iiiMT'-nt ef print*'r* ii thc «es,t
and I'nuud*. t«» tudka thtir pun hu»"8 here
H'
A«F"I1TM«*T »R
ItootM ami Shoe*.
Groceries and Provision*
Tktl csl ever ojf.rtd in this Jfarkth
of tha li«»t kind and if wlily also, at all liiaes,
to be had a genuine snj.ply of
O E OJ\'E RfES,
Candies, raisi»«,-sweeUncals, nuts, fi*s, cakes,
craekei*. &.C., tdjether with a "»ever-eaasiiig"
supply of
1
APPLES,
which ara «ihstr.ntly arri\uip, Uirrtay baia
able U»k*sp on liaud '1.t »at are lrth.
CIGARS!
Tobvalways keeps oo hand the largest and
best assort uient of cigars em bronght to Tip
tun, comprising
SKOAMA, MUKCIP*!, HAVAWWA,
aUECAS, r.oLoaADo, BAaanoaas,
IMPKBiAL, UNO'S,
together with
ID ANY
J'LAN
other choica kinds, Lotti ol
idora' it e and foreign n nniifac+nre.
TO!' ACCO IV AI,L KIN US,
B|d
qu.ilities, kept con*:antly on kuiuL
TT'T- esf.ililisli!ren1 is one roiiiluetei err Ktrcfi
a
that evi ry man patronuiufc the UA/AAS.
can get his money hack.
be on hand aud et
pleft»are» ntid comfort?
Torn will alwav.i
eairt tis to enhaiirn tnc
if his fetlou »en. tlive
us ». call anil satisfv yourselves. Itemem
bev thc place, at the Itailroad Bazaar.
Tiiiton. ^n. 10ui, 1
OLDS
Sil. _____
& nonN!
WHOLESALE AN!) RETAIL,
PEAt.T. RS
IN
Staple and. Fancy Dr ^oods,
Gla^\%are, C^iieonswaie, Ac.
ML'SCATINK, IOWA.
(Under Old F*llu«s Hall.)
*rspactftitly call the attention af,
t'.e Ci'/er,- nf »Vtlsr eonntv, 1.» their
well asWrted ?«oak WIUJU th«y are now ree.ei
vinff.'Our stock of plain ate.l tmn:y silks, die.
(Tooiia and eithroiderws cannot be ttirpasaed i»
fhe State.
CHARLES NEALLEY,
»'H 1 rJ.Vl.L AJTO atTAII. lRAl.k*L IW
sma &
All kinds of
r.
MARX BLOCK.
(Late-'f Hie
rf
M'C r^riek, Bh.ck & Co.]
rorwardin? and fonimlKsioM
TV^ gi.C3BLA.JJTr.
Water Street, Musc*tina, Iowa.
PA*Titur,AE attention TAfH TO STOIIIMC AUD
T0*WA*i»rno.
Cash advances mode on Produot stared
with hint.
OFFICE, and Ware Room. i:i tba lar^c three
story Briek, corner of Fine aad Water Streets
Museatihe, Iowa. Nov. 1ft, 1^63.
BmindtbrSaltRivor
ra-HU L'lidersigiiad beisK "bout to cse.ort the
ot .iiuation^tH up the aliove ftrparn, i» de
nirouc »f«*.Up«-lttR all hi* effect* in thin •••ninty,
"oaMiotia of Un.ls, lioi ie*, ftirtiitfw e, Wm nit-iitu,
a-:.irui.% tuaa lii«3fi s h.irns i'unber, bar
U« s- IF
-le.. rwpo'n? wlii-'U is tlie nndividail
of ti i *. ia e 1(5. t)i "Vt.ru I sQnth west see
ic, tp s'i. tg 1—160 acr» nortli t.*«t I see 12, tp
jin' Tg 'S—1'iO re? anil swith wast i sec 2% tp
Hl' ru
TED PRllSSKH
*2—!Mi arrcs, this pj«cc iaall broken aatl
wav up'n it.
£*4rvu lcti iin.ii.vd to sviltat,Lajf nfl'l liag^agc,
will Uirpt'S-'a of thc above »n rejcsonable terms,
or rash f»r en time, r^rl'areh.!*«e' 4 will apply
sara.»*Vbfc cxpadrtM« »»Ui «teimr» in a fewweeks.
n37*f CBATiLES SWFTI.AJ*D.
L*ithert
Harness, 8ad«)l»« al»«t STioc at
tention is resjpeclfuliy dir^c'«'d to hia lar^e and
well-aa-ortrd «(ck ot every Ikuig in th«r it te.
Miller's Mill,
Situated
Aad every arlicle usuall* krpt in a hook stort
locond St, NiiM iiliur, Iowa.
fiy ALSO, .Vent Moline Mill's Print
lm^ and Wrapping Pajer.
Tm
eo a j:
Jitucntine, Iowa,
iUcir53fei5tf] DI'MSMORE k. CHAMBERS
1 U N S O E i i i i n S
Wli' LKSAIK AMI ill I AH- 1 KU,i.K1 IN
I'orcifn nnd Do meat te Dry Goods,
Hardware, Groceries, ijtomsvutre,
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
net*. Books. Lanther, Caipotj, Salt,
COT TEN YARN, ire.
ilecfTM^M-nMf] Main St.. Miicatine. Iowa.
O I V I E O U S E
Coraer of Water Street uml lowtt svfuw,
Neaf tha 9teamboal Landing,
fltuxfnfuie, Itm-Mt
GOODITI
s^—
Hides,
Shoe Findings, Saddlery, Hard
ware,
COLLARS, HAMES.
Main Strtet. MutcaHm, Iowa.
"n Rock Cre^k, 2J milei weat if
Tijitnn, is alill in operation, with pl#ny of
walfr,4iu! in t?"tl jni.in^: order.
I am prepared In :tr work for ihc otwi
eigrttth ]art i wheat and all olher kindsol piaia
tn-o.ind or chapped on teaao!,a!'!' t« rnia,anii I wnll
tlt*al with tbti.*e who favor ine tln-ir custrta.
with Iilera!ity irnl honeaty more than usual
among milleis.
am a I-«n prepared to mannfarture GOOD
MERCHJST.1BLF. FLO/'R, and kaap tba
san:e coHatanilv "n hand, for snle.
CASII PAID FOR WHEAT,
*t1hem,U n« HKN'FiY MIUJF.R.
R. M. BURNETT,
PUBI.fSHKR AND
WnOlESUE T»E\!.E* IX STATIOJIttT,
WALL PAPER,
a a n,
ntPORTl.R Sf It /M/ K.SAI. F. MM.F.R k\
^3
And A*riculhn al fnfle»t*nit,
•ECON!) STUF.KT, Ml'SCATINK IOWA-
u:mr
•. COURT WRIGHT & CO,
MliltCHMtTS.
TORQjfTO, CL/.vro.VCD, WW A.
nr.At
EMS
iir
STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS,
UKOCKRir.S, *A«r.WARK, «^U KKVIWAHK,
llATd, A l'P, liOOTS AM) SI1UES.
IloilllAta, \«11oils, &C.
The at thit estuMishritejit are purchased
with read\ in«ue_\ the jiio|iictors oan there
fore atFurii to sell cheap ai any of the m«r
in the river «:»tie..
?y tuve na a. i all. At Thorn'* MillJ
Toranto, Oliiitnn (v., I wa, Nov. ML
Por«nto, t'linfon
A
THF,
E N
BEDSTEAD DErOT!
Mil'Scnlter.-lakt Utw melluitl to intorin
THE«IU"FF»OF MAA-IFIOA, AND NIN^URROMT
1
kmcounties, lliat thW tfave the laigest and host
supply ot
BKDSTEJM CHAIRS, AXti FV^b
.KITH RE,
Mft all Iciada, ever broughito this market, whick
they will sell st
at tmprecedMkfPil lmv jtrice«- fur trWr of"ill kinds.
Caoh •ever refund.
pypivt tui a call, and «ee fof yourselves,
at tbe
Cor»«r of Srcoad aud Chestnut Slrvets
Oil 5OTT3Ij.
Y A E S I I W U I S O N
TIPTON, IOWA.
TEMPEUANCE HOUSE.
PATTERSOSf FLC«M»«.
T!PTH!«, IOWA.
IOWA. MOTJEHi.
BY GEORGE P. COFFEY.
sumisrtu,
IOWA.
A K
HOUSE,
BY R. S. TUCKER.
Cwtff «f lhiliU'ir" nnd Jriffrsoa Streets.
luir i t'rty, U'tcn.
SSACTRLAJB ILOTTLLJ.
J. BilTTS, I'ROriilFTONV
'Ill'TON. li'WA.
O S i O N
TE vi,rns IJT
§TAPl.E &. V( 1 ORY ftOODfi,
QUEENSWARE, GROCERIES,
BOOTS, SIfOFS. L\n CLOTHING.
Seeoad Bt.. ot posite ljri«l|rman and Weed,
mi ,L.in.\K, lon'.i
m. & o. JL. CHAJttELIRS,
AiltiqfJiW AND DliUuiiitii&
•ftJ*TON, IOWA*
D£ALER« IW
PMsSTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS.
LASS
W. IU E, IND O IV
GLASS. VAJiNIVtlES,
TERPENTINE,
f$)BACCO SNI FF, CIGARS,
IBVMJP*. FAICV
Dr.
w
voirs, rttroMtittii
TOILIT ARTICLES.
Tn dWt, •^'•'rv -t^seription of-ca«ds usually
found in Dr«jj 'Store#, al! af wfeci are offered
at the lowest puces.
AJ»e tor Sa*?.
Wutar1!. ftftl.»:\m i-f WiM
Indian
COIO^OIPH
Higer:t An
w
w
si
AMI
dar.
I ui.i iar,
(iuy-*i' it's Y."nv I)oeJjandSarsaparilla,
Smith's T«:iie SyrtU),
Ayer'n ("lierry Pectoral.
MtiCiif tN Lif»- 1M1* and.-r^rrn1* Bitters,
Uillinan'K A|.'i-ta!'ikc Lir.iiuent,
doya Vegetable anil anti
lilines
77
w
0GILVIE & ST. J0M.
Fanifp Wstrr Stmt a*l iswi kmmf
(UDAMT
SM OgiMt Homtm,}
MQSC.JT I STB, IQ tf§
.'•'?f,:rrn
pills
H. (*. j$rrreJS's Arabian 1,'ittmci'tj
A. G.
many
ags'is W t-ta-n L'i iii.rrta
othtr p'vpitnr medictne* "f tha
T-pUra. No*. Ui, 1H63.
jr 7 ,s-
O BUILBINCi TXJTS, in Um town ot Tinier.
very desirably situated* are offered foi
sale at reasonable jitiees. hv
WM. H. TUTHildU
0
DRY-GOODS,
GROCERIES, HA*»WAM.,0t.
This
oW «ftaMiab«d Firas^wdR fnoMB aarf
{•of jUr UaJu.e bomc, bare a tatty
corapl"** ci ev«ry arficla, in tb*4r
1
!he u a'-.ri ,f Miis [w'oplc. aid tWri'
for vaitriy. q-nt.:y, quality, am! tKMltotcy,
a n pas e^ a other e.iuhliaomei.t in MoscaliaS
City, 'ir
w *—thev softcit tks atten
tiori -A t1 circling public.
STORING. FORWARDtNO. AND
COMMISSIONS,
Reeeiv.* Ihnr [-.rtnp«»*f a!'entii»%.
ALSO- 'iri/IOOhtinlieUttf Wheat, f»r wtuca
the las it fi cash pr.ee will I- !«.
AH kind* of praui a i on tiy produce, an4
they w ill not even r»f t^ w' rai at I)m highest
fifiirm, on otil aUn^iag aM».
s. a.
CRAKE.
6»M.
*TA!ta.
KANE & l'i
Ooaimisalon A. Forwarding
chants,
r*
AWO WftOI.ES A I. E DRALCftS fK
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, CtGJtRS
&c., tire.. Sfc.
Front af., Hln«ratln^. laws.
NINI' T(IF TIIF. MAKHL
!.L Pecmma kn«.wins t'urmxeh «oliei'.idct»t
il etl to us ar- herehv n t!ti«-11o call a'nt settlr
the same, as we are now closing up all
O A O U N S
and Hava watt&l already e w eafwf:h.
A hint lathe v*iw i- aiufieient.
1R1KND & Cl'tBFRTSON.
Tptnn IW- 1.1 4
TREMF.VDO s EXCl EMk*YT I
6RAXDAKRITALI
Adam Jiuii'i^
^Sncces*r to Cotlcy.J
llave srf»e into the tr.x-i-ry 1m*m«a«, a*i'
li may heC"'iut at Mljti %". 2^ !tn'he^t*r—
wiM'ii' tin v v«- jm»? receive.', a large and MipiP
rii.r anjiortinent of nil kind'* of tiruceries. pr#»
visieaif*i futllh. Arc., whirh they now cfl'er IT
their imiiierotss nctpiaintanc.ee, at r»rit-«* p« rf-ct
ly aat'iawhiag to any civilized Hawk-k.)v. Y»|%f
ntore tli«y are pit-pared to *11 cheaper thiUr
*n\ ea'ahli^I'mepT w«l of the Mississippi.
DUNSMORE A CHAMEERC
Y). DCN*MDWE% W. CNAMacaa, Jm.
A. flSiAMBcaa.
Hn
A VINO awoclaUd Miemaelves uader
un and style
t,f
DUNSMORF. tt C'H
BKR^. f'»r the purpose »f trdnsactmc a treneral
Mete-'- lie, I.untbetiii^ ati.l Be.tstead hu^ineM,
rec pee tf nil solicit tlie attcuUou of the public to
the '•ame.
«ajT For partkiUar*, enquba nrhera ywt can
finTout.
UlAAcm of Good Land, litnal*
l\iV os-.a-hAtf laik south ef 1 ipton, tha saa*
bainK
Pari Tinber and pari good Pralrfti
l'..miiireof CUAS. SWKTI.AND.
Nov. 2t', ")3. *t ihiS oBe s
I A
4TTORHRI A WD COIfKWIOK
AT LAW.
ILL rt.relin-e ai^l «.«•! H*»1 Krtate, low
W
i.ntitl Wixn»uii. X3 tij»' PiiTiaant «f
Taxes, Instigation of '.itie^,. 'iiveyatirmg, .*C
Particular attention given to
colleoti^fts.
AU musiNRSS i°I
:'H:L.I'
To tnJ raSltj
•S ATT*Nnru T» WJ TH-
PromptucH and ridelity.
{Jj^-Otfiee ii. the Court Hfis* with tlie B«
cortT. Tipton. Iowa.
GROCERIES^ IfOTIOHS!
O N W E A V E
HavinifM.
»viroha*e.l the tore recently occnpiadl
hv ChamMN Jt Son. a»d mnoved hia
stock of koo.U to the s.vae. ia how prepare^l#
"apply hi« litoHiww.th
s
F'I''
^Jjoly'"*"
Urorrisi. of ntl kinth, trt rwfl qwtiHfc
BfuaoatiM prices. His atoak st
8I:O\H,
rorrtcit,
BHI
AOI-ASAA*. MI.'*, HAU^NS.
•ALT, TKV««, :-RI E-S '. NT.K*.
ull ttrticle* usnn!'. itild t»y
A
greca*.
Tobncro, rrgftrs. pip**
Ctntfftt, ronfectiuntoies fruun 4*d
rtlir.i)4 k".4»t mi li.'.ud- Also
Yankee Notion, atul Fnnry Articles si
•11 kinds, cucap fojr cash.
"JOBDOS is
HA*D TO
T«trti.,M
All per*'.'.' krtnwln.crthemsef*## fSdebt
til U maeith«r hy not®, botik arcotMi o«
nicta, sre r«^iiesw«i t* e.all an^
*I,,. ht ,c\:fli't.-!it. liiS
yiber
tt'e I bint
JOHN WJSAVEH.
SHAW, BAGLKY k CO.
Herrlty
givo notice t) th.e eltnens cf Tip
,r. -I!..! vieiiiih', th'it th.-f have *ee*iv«i
th«» l'i Vila and ivell nested a»»trUi..-n'
INKW GOODS!
Consisting of every variety of Staple Drf
I gt
French. German, and Atnerijma
CL
O UiS AND CASHIVER
ES,
Twtexis, StlinejNi Vesting*, fc«., ttc.
Cotton flood#!
Giel finalities.
Of a.I
J- Satins,
fit
hi,
'-bactfi'
Hiu Cioths. Jmrmos,
Dt Laana, $ilks,
Moit i4m',
Embrssinf a®«uiplo*e stock rtidf
ItsHa^ry Catled
Rr iDI'ltf lUE ri.OTlfl!*il
(tVnrr:iTiti"f',t" fit of sale.
Of every ktatd aa I avuj'ntuim tmfan
wry UvtiHR laahioa. „.
I toots and Shoes.
A lar^C'
ri :ll :\»«rtmiit k^pt onstaiitiy on
lia.lt-1, .lib i U "Al •*'. Mipjily of
O E I E S
t?i'y :.!tjcU Medeily
0t aU t'-ipl*» ici'ii ev
ti- .h.
QrEENSWARE,
of nl! kii.ll", k^pt eorv«tn(,f1i-- on Also,
SATa A.TMW OAJPS,
Of Uit latent ilylH». Al.*o every article u| !)m
lin» of
HARDWARE nnd OUIXBRT.
«MI be had. at this t?stakli*hww|tt.
m9-
I O Y
Of eveiy go ?r ai -V^criptisB, tofffether with
nail*, wirnlo* ^ia.»:'. i, Move ware,Itf.
mF~F«r sate at th* lowest ycj\'es, a$d
of prwive* tmklm
in exchange.
The ur, lemtrne Wfitri further iitforai the
pnhlie that their stork of fie *bove articles U
hrjp\ and vv«l» selert^i, freph Crow Boston and
St. Lou.1 ouirknt-i, s:id ivill at prices as
eheap a* any plv r,. rth of JjjK^ Ijaata. tiive
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