Newspaper of The Toledo chronicle, April 27, 1876, Page 3

Newspaper of The Toledo chronicle dated April 27, 1876 Page 3
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fti-EPo il i ox i 'i.i-:. Official Paper of the County. JAB. B. HEDGE, Editor a«tl Proprietor. TOLEDO, IOWA, TETHSSAt, APE. 27, '76 MHTBUCAN STATE ON VF.NTIOX. •"The nonticth Annual Republican Rtrti* Convintion will bo held at Des Mfti nos, on Wednesday, May 31st, 1S76, fur I lie purpose of making tlie following •©Bunutions fwcnty-lwo d*le.M(rs to the Nationtil Republican Convention (4 at large—2 from each Congressional District.) Eleven cundiduteN for Presidential elec tors HI large 1 from each Congressional DUtrici.) Two eanilidates for Judges of the Su preme Court. One candidate for Secretary of State. One candidate for Auditor of State. One candidate for Treasurer of State. One candidate for Attorney General. One candidate for Kegi&ter of State Land Ottice. The ratio of representation will ho one delegate for each county in the State, and and in addition thereto, one delegate for every 200 votes or fraction over 100, cast f^r Saniud J. Kiikwood, for Governor, at the general el lion in 1875. On tnis hauls «T representation, Tuma County is entitl ed to delegated. We invite nil to unite with us, without regard to past party preferences or nftiia tions, who wish to see the country at per manent peace who wih to see the C011 Mitntion and its ami ndments enforced, and jirel and equal rights accorded to all Wlro wish to see corruption and dishonesty punished, and tile President's older carried out "Let no guilty man escape the affairs of the frovenunent economi cally administered and its credit and honor maintained and who wish to see the free school system fosleied all who wish to see sectional differences laid aside, but wlio believe that, the war demonstrat ed the fact that the blue a not the gray •—the hand that saved and not the one that would have slain, should govern the land all who condemn the recent trea sonable utterancesof Southern Democratic members in Congress all who believe that Jeff Davis has all the rights he Is entitled to while the tales of Anderson villo and kindred horrors yet freeze the blood of the listener. To all such and all others, w ho feel that the Republican party Is the one to saye the country in this its hour of peril, we bid welcome, and ask you to assist us in placimr a ticket in the Held that shall sweep the State, and place Iowa in the Centennial vcar, where she now stands, the Rannsr ltcp'iiilican State in the Union. Hy older '.f Republican State Centeral Commit!?*. IIENHY C. f/EioirroN, Chairman. Slanders of Presidential Candidates. The coustant attacks made upon Mr. lilaiue by the Democratic press since his speech oil the Amnesty Bill shows that anion the prominent Presidential candi didiites he is not considered the least formidable. It was to he expected.therw fore, that some apparently grave charge "would be brought against him to impli cate him in some of the illicit transac tions which arc continually brought to light. Indeed, a charge has been preparation for some time, and every body who is familiar with political ijos sip and rumor knew very well that the "mine would be sprung'' and the "bomb exploded" in the most effective manner that could be devised. The explosion, Iiowever, did not prove to be very impos ing. The charge was that Mr. Blaine received money improperly from the l*n ion Pacific Railroad Company or its agents. Some time before the publica tion Mr. Blaine had heard of it,aud wrote the following letter to a friend: "IIot'SL OP I{ElMIKSEN"rATIVES, WASHINGTON, D. C., March Pacific Railroad Company, or any of its officers agents, is not only false, but absurd. There is not the remotest foun dation for it, and I can scarcely conceive that any one would be credulous enough to believe it. It has been circulated in Washington fo'- some weeks past in an indefinite, irresponsible, and intangible way. Whenever it shall assume form and share and publicity, it w ill receive a conclusive ansiver. Meanwhile I trust you will hold a peaceful mind. "I shall never be injured by stories of this kind. "Sincerely yours, J. G. The same plan is now tried with Mr. Jiluinc, and the effort merely convicts the plotters of stupidity. It might perhaps not be impossible to invent some plausible story, but the mud of pecuniary fraud will not stick to Mr. Blaine more closely than to Mr. Bristow. Whatever may be «aid agaim him, lie has never been aci cused of being a fool. The, very objec tion of many critics to the ex-Speaker is that he is "too smalt," "too much of a politician." And do they not think him smart enough to keep out of evident and open traps? Well-meaning but dull men may easily fall into a compromising po sition, but Mr. Blaine is not dull. There was an effort to smirch him with the Credit Mobilier scandal, but his skirtB were proved to be absolutely clear and clean. Indeed the sharpest critics of Mr. Blaine, who deny liim a high polit ical morality, will not deny that at 1-ast he thoroughly comprehends the policy of honesty, if nothing more. He has learned, if nobody else, that the heart of the country is set upon a different po litical morality from that which has been lately revealed and it the feeling that he has the courage of his preccptions, and would carry his faith into practice, which commends him as a candidate to uiany who would otherwise not favor k'jlr. Bristow and Mr. Bhine have both acted wisely in promptly meeting and re futing the preliminary slanders aimed at th' in. Should either of them receive ttie Cjtu'iiinali nomination, the failure of ti)e£6 early calumnies will discredit all Jvliicli would be produced during the campaign.—Ilnrpa''* 1 Dry (Jonds Price List. tWc clip the following frtmi tlic fT.'Y.* Independet t, and cheerfully endorse what it says in regard to the enterprising attd wide-awake gentleman, Mr. Altman.] Thousands in the country are constant ly debating the question of prices in dry goods. They go to the most popular store in the neighborhood, and fail there to learn for a certainly whether fair prices arc charged or not. Other I lions' ands are not only seeking honest and fair prievs but they want also reliable infor i niation in regard to the styles of goods i most in demand. Now all such pcrsous should send a letter to the highly rcspect able house of Mr. Altman, 801 and 303 Sixth Avenue, New York, and ask for i their new Spring Price-list. This enter prising and well-known dry-goods estab lishmcnt has taken this method of popu larizing his business in every sect ion of the country. The Price-list, containing twenlyfour pages of clos' ly printed mat ter, gives a minute description of $5f0, 000 stock of Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Millinery Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Costumes, Cloaks, Basques, Hosiery, Gloves, Jewelry, Laces, i Trimmings, Parasols, Umbrellas,Notions, and the thousand and one articles usual ly sold in first class city houses. It will be sent, free of cunt, to any one seeding address and postage stamp for mailing the same. We have examined this Price-list, and find that it teaches its readers how to order goods. The description it gives of every article is so perfect and complete as to make the selection extremely easy and certain of giving satisfaction. This house will give its best attention to the execution of all orders, and Mr. Altman agrees to refund the money in every ease where the goods turn out different from their representations. The standing of the house is such that we cheerfully vouch for the truth of what he says. Address M. Altman, coiner 6th Avenue and 10th Street, N. Y. "An uptown man, who believes in self-improvement, suggested to his wife rcceutly that they should argue some question frankly and freelv every evening and try to learn more of each other. The question the tirst night happened to be I whether a woman could be expected to get along without a new spring hat and be took the affirmative but when he was I la«t seen he had climbed up into the hay loft and was pulling the ladder up after him."—Xortr-irh Bulletin. 22, 1876. MY DKAK FIIIKND,—Yours received. I beg you will not be disturbed by Wash ington rumors respecting myself. The Btory of my ever having received money -or any thing else of value from the I'niOn Johnston & Co. AVt lton fc Co., Wei ton A Co., II. C. Fierce, B. F. Paige, W N. Brown, Welton A Co., W. C. Walters, W. C. Walters, Parker & Lewis, A. Houghton, K. C. Foster, Thus. 11. Greclis, 8 li. Smith, T. P. Smith & Bros., T. P. Smith & Bros., Woodw ard & S., H. G. Wallace, S. M. Wadlcy, W. F. Johnston, Rachel Mo Feelers, Owen Phivcl.v, John Nauerth, J. S. Moore, J. S. Moore, J. L. BracLuu, Philip Butler, Silas Russell, Max Keuscll Silas litissell, S. Spenee, Mary Mussell, W. W. Eaton, Mary. A. Dexter, Patrick Carl, F. A. Plaeek, Job Farley, Jacob Seybort, A. li. Sherwood, J. H. Fletcher, J. It. C. Barnard, J. Ballard, H. T. Baldv, H. T. Baldv. H. T. Baldy, C. W. Ashton. L. II. Cary, Wm. H. Lane, S. Waterbury, J. N. Springer, J. N. Springer, J. N. Springer, J. N. Springer, J. N. Spnuger, S. Stiger, Giles Taylor, Henry Gicbert, W. C~. Walters, D. Aib A Co., Wm. Calkin*, Wm. Hundolph, Elliott Cross, C. Lamb A Son, Arb & Co., BLAISE." The Washington correspondent of the New York Times very truly says that no injurious story about any eminent can didate for the Cincinnati nomination will be believed at this time unless the testi mony is conclusive. The stories about Mr. Bristow have already perished. They were well known at once to be the work of the Ring and its retainers upon whom the Secretary has made such vigorous and successful war. liotli attempts injure him in this way have failed. He was neither wrongfully connected with whiskey suits in Kentucky nor w'uli a mule suit in Washington. Mr. Bristow fully understood all the risks that he en 'cncountcred when he began his assault upon the ring. He was warned and threatened by its agents, and in Wash ington his conduct was attributed to a personal desire to make a sensation and to discredit the Administration, of which she is a most efficient officer. Tiic most •constant and crafty efforts were made to -excite the hostility of the President, and to embarrass the Secretary, so that he must reign or be dismissed. The direct lie and assault having failed, another contemptible trick was tried. It was de clared that the Democrats were suspi ciously fond of him. But as there chanced to be no evidence to sustain the assertion, it died without an echo. Indeed, just in the degree that Mr. Bristow has seemed to be strong with the Republican party, and to be the possible or probable candi date, the Democratic press has done iU little ard abortive best to injure him. D. W. V. Dickinson, N. Fisher, C. F. MeGec, Ezra Sherwood, Leonard Wells, E. N. Finch, A. J. WoolWortb, H. B. Ealy, Lyman Emerson, James JCrwin, A. Coroner, Geo. A. ('lay, C. E. Covclf, II. M. Coffin, Ye*-kly. Fish Commissioner Shaw, of AnflUiosa, is now arranging for a car-load of young £-p]y wnich he will introduce into waters* t.f low:'- The ct-'.s will be brought from the N-"h Albert Cory, A. Cory, F. Goodnov,-, M. E. Gibldns, Daniel Huston, Geo. Hallack, Jonathan Hall, T. W. Higgins, Ble Fleet, Jacob Furnace, Geo. W. Blair, D. I). Bovington, D. W. Baker, C. B. Bentley, James Birge, W. C. Bunce, L. II. Powell, Geo. Klingaman, H. Klingaman, TJ. C. New comb, Bcnj. Hush, S. C. Leland, D. f. Uennttf, James Briue, Jc., J. L. Bracken, J. W. Anderson, J. C. Averlfl, J. C. Averill. W. T. Hollen, Thomas w. Carter, D, F. Clmtfee, J. T. Collins, Thomas Everett, Geo. Youn?, Moiroe Maiden, Biiierv Maiden, Truth Strang than Fiction. .- Hie Best Harder Buk yet eat. The Publishing tlouse of 3. C. McCurdy & Co., have lately brought out "Oui" Western Border, One Hundred Years :«," hy Charles McKnight, author of "S'ftlon Girty" and "Old Fort Duquesne." It is a large, elegant, well-printed su perbly buBOd and beauHftilly-il'ustrated octavo, of nearly eight hundred pages, filled with ttie stirring deeds and thrill­ ing adventures of the dread-naught old Borderers—such dauntless Worthies as Boone, Kenton, Brady, Logan, Ilarrod, McCollocli, the Poes, the Zanes, and the Wetzels. It contains the very cream of all the rurc.old Border Chronicles, togeth er with a vast amo.int of fresh and orig inal matter, the whole work embracing strange and thrilling narratives of daring deeds, desperate conflicts, exciting ad ventures, touching captivities, and is claimed to be the best, fullest, most com plete, and most reliable portrayal of Bcrder life, struggle and adventure ever yet published. "Our Western Border" has the unmis takable flavor of the soil and the free air of the wilderness about it. It is a square honest, and exhaustive work, without any of the usual "padding." Although sold for $3, it is equal in extent of con tents to the ordinary book of $5, and is meeting with lcmarkable popular fav It is most warmly endorsed by leading divines aud Historians: Gen. Bierce of Ohio, says, that "a minister may i s well be without a Bible, as a historian with out "Our Western Border." Judge Veecli, Historian, says, "Its possessor will be saved the purchase of a score of books, most of which are out of print, many of them as precious as Sybilliue leaves'" Judge White asserts, "The work ought to be in every household." The Phila delphia Press says, "Clias. McKnight is diing for the west, what Cooper did for New York, but the pictures of the former have undoubtedly less of the glamour of romance, and more of the truth ol his toric painting. Hold only by agents." Ad dress J. C. McCurdy & Co., Philadelphia, Pa., Cincinnati, O., Chicago, 111., or St. Louis, Mo. Schedule of Claims ALLOWED BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF TAMA COUNTY, IOWA, AT THEIR APRIL SESSION, 1876, SHOWING THE AMOUNT CLAIMED, AMOUNT ALLOWED, AND FOR WHAT PURPOSE ALLOWED. -NATURE OF CLAIM. James Bt icc, Jr., James Urice, Jr., liobert Batcman, Nathan Harmon, A. Bartlct & Son, Iligby A- Averill, llighy & Averill, Iligby & Averill, Iligby it Averill, Iligby & Averill, D. Connell, K. N. Finch, L. Mathews, L. Mathews, L. Mathews, L. Mathews, II. (.rallev, II. Galley, H. Cralloy, H. Galley-, J. 11. Mercer, Mercer & Cory, Mercer &: Cory, Smith A Edward. W. F. Johnston A Co, AV. F. Johnston &• Co. W. F. .Johnston & Co W. F. Johnston A Co W. F. Merchandise for Paupers, merchandise for paupers, merchandise for paupers, merchandise for paupcis, merchandise for paupers, merchandise for paupers, merchandise for pauper*, merchandise for paupers, merchandise for paupers, merchandise for paupers, merchandise for paupcis merchandise for paupers, merchandise for paupers, merchandise for paupers, merchandise for paupt rs, merchandise for pavpers, merchandise for paupers, merchandise for paupers, merchandise for paupers, merchandise for paupers, merchandise for paupers, merchandise for paupers, merchandise for paupers, merchandise for paupers, ,, merchandise for paupers, ., merchandise for paupers, .. merchandise for paupers, merchandise for paupers, merchandise for paupers, merchandise for paupers, merchandise for paupers, groceries for paupers, groceries for paupers, groceries for paupers, groceries for paupers, groceries for paupers, fuel for Paupers, fuel for paupers, fuel for paupers, fuel for paupers, fuel for paupers, fuel for paupers, fuel for paupers, fuel for paupers, fuel for paupers, fuel for paupers, house rent for paupers, house rent for pauper, house rent for paupers, house rent for paupers, house rent for paupers, house rent for paupers, house rent for paupers, house rent for paupers, house rent for paupers, boarding pauper, boarding pauper, boarding pauper, boarding pauper, boarding pauper, boarding pauper, boarding pauper, boarding pauper, boarding pauper, boarding pauper, boardii pauper, boarding pauper, medical attendance on pauper, medical attendance on pauper, mcdical attendance 011 pauper, medical attendance on pauper, medical a!tendance on pauper, medical attendance on pauper, medieal attendance 011 pauper, medical attendance oil pauper, medical attendance on pauper, medical attendance on pauper, medicine for pauper, mcdicine foi pauper, medicine for pauper, medicine for pauper, medicine for pauper, medicine for pauper, looking after pauper, meat for paupers, meat for paupers, coffin for paupers, coffin for paupers, coffin A buying clothes for paupers,14 10 care of paupers, window for pauper, bedstead and chairs for pauper, digging grave for pauper, It. ticket for pauper, conveyance for pauper, moving pauper, burying pauper, burying pauper, clerk of grand jury, grand jury wittttiss, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury w itness, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury w itness, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand 'jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury w itness, grtind jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand j'ury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury w itness, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury witness, grand jury wjtaess, Isaac. 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S Leslie, Lyman Leslie, John Burns, J. E. Harrington, Giles Taylor, S. P. Maynard, Isaac Maiden, Frank (lav, Chits, (hover, W. 1. Parker, M. R. Iligby, Henry Cory, D. D. Byington, James N. Black, W. E. Appelgate, J. Elliott, E. N. Finch, E. N. Finch, C. F. McGce, Geo. II. Grover, J. M. Tyler, J. C. Ivendiiek, J. C. Kendriek, J. C. Kendriek, James M. MilU, J, W. Thomas, Hiram Klingaman, J. C. Fitzgerald, H. II. Withinston, Geo. Reed. David 'Poland, S. T. McKce. J. W. Ebcrsole, A. J. D'ngce, M. (i. Ilainarslv, E. M. Biell.y, Hiram Bissell, W. C. Bunce, W. Ninian, Homer S. Bradshaw, J. II. Ilollen, N. Fisher, N. Fisher, i John Life, John HiId, John Kinge^-, W. H. Holstead, A. LaDow, T. J. Sweat, A.J. Wheatjn, M. V. Smith, Stivers A Safley, M. P. Smith, Ebersole & Willett, W. A. Tewksbury, J. II. Lauderdale, J. II. Lauderdale, J. H. Lauderdale, S. W ITutton, T. F. Clark, S. W. llutton, H. A. Brown, R. E. Austin, It. E. Austin, R. E. Austin, S. M. Baillett, S. M. Bartlct:, S. M. Bartlct!, S. M. Bartlett, C. C. Austin, C. C. Austin, C. C. Austin, W. E. Appelgate, W. T. Ilollen, A. P. l.eavitt, John Flathers, G. M. Baldwin, P. Dinsdale, 2 55 2 55 1 55 1 55 3 55 3 55 3 50 3 50 1 45 1 45 2 80 2 80 3 55 3 55 2 05 2 05 3 25 3 25 3 25 3 25 3 25 3 25 1 95 1 95 3 25 3 25 1 55 1 55 1 55 1 55 1 65 1 65 1 75 1 75 3 25 3 25 8 25 3 25 2 80 2 80 2 80 2 80 3 95 8 95 1 55 1 55 1 75 1 75 1 55 1 55 1 65 1 65 1 65 1 65 John T. McCormick, township trust D. AV. Winterstcin, township trustee James M. .Mills. township trustee, L. Clark, A. L. HoughUin, II. C. Foster, Jacob Yi iser. S Clinton Olncy, Harvev Fisher, J. L. Neff, J. A. Bowdle, R. E. Austin, Clarke Bros M. C. Murdoiigl,, J. N. Springer, 3. N. Springer, S. Stiger, Mrs. A. J. Woolworth,stationery for county. Hudson Burr, Hudson Rurr, Hudson Burr, C. J. Stevens, D. D. Aopelgatc, II T. Baldy,' L. B. Blinn, C. J. Stevens, J. G. Strong, Geo Rhcidcr, 0. C. Underbill, E. 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Ramsdell, David Grant, 1 65 1 65 "T5 8 56 8 Bo 2 2 55 1 55 2 K 1 65 I r, 3 25 1 55 1 65 1 55 1 55 1 35 i 05 1 05 i 05 i tKi 1 35 O z O O C5 1 55 1 05 1 .m 3 !lo 3 25 1 05 2 50 5 00 1 00 1 40 1 50 1 30 1 40 1 (JO 2 80 2 80 8 75 1 35 1 60 4 80 !1 HO 1 80 1 SO 1 05 1 50 10 80 80 90 I 50 1 30 1 40 1 60 2 80 2 80 8 75 1 35 1 60 4 80 3 B0 1 50 1 50 4 05 1 50 10 80 80 1 40 50 4 25 60 1 40 1 60 1 50 1 10 TC 2 00 1 00 1 00 2 00 2 00 1 0) 2 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 2 00 4 00 6 00 1 70 1 20 12 65 15 80 25 15 05 4 !M) fi (JO It 85 50 1 70 85 9 80 10 00 8 or, 5 90 r0 75 33 25 37 00 32 00 51 00 40 00 12 00 35 00 41 00 42 00 3 75 3 00 3 50 8 00 10 00 1 50 4 80 1 40 4 00 20 00 2 50 2 50 2 50 105 00 25 00 32 83 100 00 85 00 6 40 5 25 21 08 22 fit 22 88 3 40 U30 00 44 05 40 35 18 75 15 55 24 50 35 14 25 3 00 17 20 7 20 62 40 2 00 1) 00 6 00 10 00 0 00 i 00 00 00 li 00 1 70 1 00 51 00 40 00 12 00 l!5 00 11 00 12 00 :i 00 :t 50 00 10 00 1 50 •I 80 1 40 00 2'.' 00 2 .VI 32 S3 100 00 85 00 ti- o 21 08 22 fit 22 88 3 40 2:10 SO 41 65 •HI Ha l'J 10 00 26 00 committee on Treasurer's books, 48 00 commit lee 011 Treasurer's bcoks, 48 00 bailiff February term D. C., 12 00 bailiIV February term D. C., 14 00 bailiff'for Grand Jury, 24 00 repairing jail cells, 20 00 glass for jail window. 1 50 Court House expenses, 23 45 building stairs to jail, goods for county, goods for county, merchandise for jail, mc.chandise for county, merchandise for county, 4 15 13 15 10 25 2 35 37 05 1 50 16 00 20 n:i 32 0 00 6 00 3 00 10 50 6 45 5 00 4 00 19 70 reporter District Court, reporter District Court, reporter District Court, insane commissioner, insane commissioner, insane commissioner, postage, postage and cxprcssage, livery hire, clerk of election, repairing iron bridge at Traer, conveying Geo. Blodgett to insane Has just r-C'iU'd a A 0 0 7 20 11 20 2 00 !l 00 f, 00 10 00 (Ml $ 111 III) 26 IX) 4« 00 00 12 iM) 1 00 21 til) 4 15 13 15 asylum, 17 56 Giles Taylor, Mayor's fees, 3 50 C. D. Terry A Co., paint material for county, 30 30 Johnson & t'o., lumber for bridge, 60 48 B. Murphy, publishing road notice, 3 00 J. B. Chapman, publishing and printing, 54 6fi Jas. B. Hedge, publishing and printing, 135 91 It. Reichman, publishing and printing, 89 5# Parrott. Girton & S. b'ank books for county, 88 45 Carter Hussey & Curl,stationery, &c., for county, 198 71 1 ."'0 20 (W 00 r, 00 r, 00 3 00 V 50 15 5 00 00 7 35 6 89 M) 86 80 35 00 29 4!! 60 48 60 4S 31 00 81 0U 31 44 20 00 0 50 9 50 8 26 8 26 6 75 6 75 2 50 2 50 4 24 4 34 3 36 :)6 21 40 21 40 16 80 16 80 14 01 12 49 13 00 tax on $400 valuation, rejected, rejected, selected, rejected. 10 50 petition for abatement of interest, BILLS REJECTED. services as deputy treasurer, boarding pauper, justice of the peace, witness, witness in state case, witness in state case, .constable, Constable, juryman OB state case, witness, •witness, Samuel Forker, O. H. Rhrimplin, John W. Niman, Edward Breuoan, Michael Pozdeka, Elijah Youngy J. C. Kendriek, AV. T. Ilollen, Andrew Shcwen, Geo. Edwards, G. S. Ilines, Ira Voir, A. Voir, D. llamersly, Samuel Lewis, J. W. Dick, 1200 00 rejected. 145 14 informal. 2 50 informal. 1 10 informal. 2 25 inform ji I. 1 20 informal. 5 25 informal. 11 60 informal. 1 00 informal. 90 informal. 3 20 informal. y 20 informal. 3 20 informal. 1 00 informal. 1 00 informal. 4 50 informal. i: witness, witness, juror on state case, witness on state case, ,,. constable, Several Billl and petitions fer tfee rtfnnding of taxes, deferred until June ®eMIOn' J. A. BOWDLE, County Auditor. AlLarge Assortment °*^||. it a Ti 3 O W I E i And which arc selling rapidly. The vuriety and completness of the stuck is unsurpassed. Having hitherto been favored witli A LAHGE SHAKE »r' patronage, I expect to so attend to the wants of the Trad'- a 1 mautain the POPULARITY OF THE ESTABLISHMENT. H. GALLEY. NSW FISM, NEW HflH. N1W G03BS i SWEAT & BALDWIN, BUCKEYE MOWER & REAPER. The Yii\ sHIon Harvester, The llaiuc's iie Mler. Prairie City Seeder, Star, Qiiin cc Vandiver Corn Planters,The Skinner. Oi vis. & Mo line Co., Stirring Plows, The Vansickle & Western Corn I'lows, Aliens Seventy-Two steel pointed iiollow tooth Harrow, also the Scotch Harrow, Woodworth'y patent Sulkey Plow, l^he Hamilton & Ithaca Sulkey Hay Rake, THE STAR WAGON", Platform Spring Buggies, Eagle Corn Sheller. Star & Winship Pumps, New York Salt, Fence Wire and the best Barb in the market, Hardware I of all kinds, Wagon Stock, Clothes Wringers, Washing Machines, Glass and Garden Seeds of all kinds. Also Agents fur the Weed Sewing Machine. GOODS ALL FIRST-CLASS. Repairs always I on hand. 11 OUTH OF COURT HOUSZ SQUARE. Try us 13 4 IT BUY. C. D. TERRY, DEALER IN First-Class Pianos & Organs. GEO. WOODS •.amine stock and pi IT 56 3 50 30 30 80 48 3 00 54 66 ia5 91 89 50 88 45 71 DEAI.KUS IN OS AND Orgamsj Of all th'- standard make?. Marshalltown, Iowa* I. TAXES Q. WIETING. J. M. WIMN. KoTAHT Pl'BLIC. WIETING & WINFL, WILL FURNISH ABSTRACTS or TITLES To ALL LANDS AN!)Tt)\V?T r.OTS in Tama Co Having purchased The Old and Reliable ABSTRACT BOOKS Of JACin VKfsvj*. jr., We have the ONLY SUT oF, Abstract Books in TAMA OO- Office South of Court Hoaaf, TOLEDO, IOWA. 0 1 tl CO.'S Parlor and Vestry Organs. ii Organs for Rent. Liberal Discount for Cash. Tama City, or Toledo. Kalsomining Hahu'lni and W«l] Heroi piViiij,Tly, aud ts i:isfaeti ^'Trr Tins WE o tow "J5 Brick and Stone Laying PLASTERING And Chimney Building Dont ill a Workmanship MHIUKT. Give mo a call, 11 William Clark. Hulbert Bros. Business and Professional O 3 i i/rr -v-V and RRNO IT WITH VOl'R OHDKR n«' sroc.d Stereo for and to cement, willal- vr Win mail eeope ami test the circnlatidu of'rti j'.'tid. to Ag adv« !i the LOV I: LOOK HERE! Bradbrtnk & Nevins Are telling ffoods CHEAPER., Than OBJ other Clothine uUI1Be in Tllma Boots & Shoes KAfB €APi And a!! ki ,|...rs-llnc«.,n9wl-ar,s,icUa» FME SHIRTS, SCARFS, Neck-Wear, Lap-Robes* &c., 4c. cniCAG0 STIVERS & LEIIAND, 1 TTTOR'HFYS Practice the Suj u-hHi and District Conrlu of Itrwfl. 2 APFEL6ATE & KINNF, COSHEII COLLEGE. '.iirht' .-n Tench Hnil.'.iii '.Lai .ihi:i If. 3 yi Capitals, Brackets. Modillions, Aud all kind of Aivliitfrtural T'Uulei Work, -Man«fitcti:iotl liy COUNTER, PLAT of which they GFJTLEiENS' UNDE8-WEAR MARVIN SAFE At AT LAW. tfnledo. Towa. WM A JOSEPH POPELKA, I V 11 nice D. S. TOWNSEND, TTOBNKY AT LAW. Trai l-. Tama Iowa. Will altonfl to IVi and Land Office basin yor's office. J. BALLARD, M. D. 1 Special au. mi»n paid to A$ C. R. STERNEMAN. UEXTIST.evcrv NELSON & BARKER, J) KAL KSTATE BKOKEKS. ONK MILLION if land /'"'Hl-V i .lllla Ci ftwitKrW**... Goto* Rust g&lst. 4 rrolO'Kts AT LAW. c»"it». A I w" O'Mcc in Stone e buildm*..', over C. rvs?,, STRUBLE & GOODRICH. 73 •ITdKNUYH AT LAW. fcilc-flo^Tain* Jottn. Ultlee J"'"' Prom the PVwt OSScja W'val ami jjjplDO, T*«na Chj LOCj iay aud^Satuninv"1* Traerand HOMER S. BRADSHAW, A roTtVKY AND COUNSKLoli AT LAW, Tolriio. TrtmaCmtnfr. in Stonv's lint,'. "Vcr ClJu'kc Bros." ffor«\ EBERSOLE & WILLETT, I A rrnkNTYS At LAW and Notaries Public I A Vol'-lol lama County, Iowa. Officii in Cial iey A .iohnsttouV Blot'k. i'O It. BA1I.MT centralis CV-s«in- !,, A M- AUSTIN. BAILEY & AUSTIN, TTOKNEYS AT LAW AND 50 O A Toledo. Tama Cottnly^Iowa. THOMAS S. FREE, rroRNKY \T LAW i ConMetiiig for and a jj LAND AGENTS masox w.ii Umh'd Htatca Cdii! "PT0KNr.il 1 l'"A Sl'. Witb the Mllwaaki OTTl'S*, u»".w pvuiu miw'ioncr Toledo, fima. Oflice oVer Free A Mokes it the SOUIII E^Y A' TTOIiNKY AT LAW. Mnlitnur. Tamn Oimnty. tXu-d sta,'." al1 """""Ma 1 to collections, i ItA.IJvvv.vV c\l\( I'jlHSenje. IHIYSICIAN. srmiKO AND ACCOt'CllliCU '"i-vrlami. Buiiii' v'.unati. Hoi'lioft-r vi'^1':: n i i .- .- e N more. Lm '., i-i'l SaltLl' aim. Me Will be at Toledo tile second Mini d- v of Moi.th. and remain one week, at Sonster's orfice. Killing teeth wilh 'ciality. All other work dwne. L. B. Nci^on" C.TTN:"^ '"I'll". »,fUX it S» ti 1' p. ."I aba. Menaflij, Mi,'• M. Jold. a Jli. ic n. k.vi u Mo for cilK .v.,, Chicago & North-W«t, for all poin the years. The tlIA)EsriM\i\ and Loan Agency iu Tama County. Have liad a residence here of hu-air» «V -\itui ll k point.- sol'TK. 1 Clone ti(»n? arp a1m Paciilc ii. K, at Oiji.iha (Hot* i'jrti'tefityis tiff "Ni-YUXR HildSt. I'au '"Clpjy 1 .•'.ad MI I Atnu»!ji the ^4,|| 1 huhwenn.. lo (he ti,.wi!t._ li". k m'..| firar'l '. ..il l,-„n |!r:nc u. "h 'in ft hiiik™': 1 :i,! "uniiiiii! ilirmiuh Five Slates, 1 TO ('ONSUMPI EB.RGRS OF YOU! I \M" n»{T«r.'' f. N V Vr UJ ,|VII,'lV r„ 1 JMIN nf,i Miiiihiiiiii: liftrv lost, how if" ItMiidn il t-ruflt lit** ^uperiorMuHfiunr-. ID APPARATUS, '-'N I OENTS. Locaticn Perfoctly Beautiful and Hea'.thfts'. Firnt Term (»|eis Sept. 2. 1WT.». SeeinxJ T- rv eliri ForCatalo Tbinl 'IV ll'S.rtc, uddioin Pit s W. F. KfX 'IMATWiHUU 'LAPOI- e.«ri?jr. Military. Pre Paiutiii''. UIK! ivil Kn« curatory. Normal. Musi iiH iTial Deparl na nf* Board and Tuition verv Low, IiKiu I:n i li. FASCESFOKTIII: H-I .Ail.iros Th-- l'iili!isti'r. F. I'.IiUiVMAN i US, Ni-w Y«ik I'«rt t&y A.T. Livery? Feed Stable. DRITCGIST iililii iit lot 1*5' Celuloid Celebrated dated. Rubber, in mnajn i- nioic latitif. ana •sti co ear. and InMc brt-ak. and D0™^n' than r. iui? trend them hi_rhl pleasant taste in the mowiua»'! thing desirtd. by those who wearar June ir»fh. IS"" BOOK- JAMES COOKOROFT. 1«3 Dearborn H.. no"*.* KK'-KXTLr PVBU ADDiSON ON TORTS Wi rt«:: x»t«» »«.! I w V E. SS^iiTH & CO., 18J nnd 186 bUito St., opp. Palmer House. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. SEKS F03 IiL73:3.ir33 A7AL33UB 8 12! CHESTNUT ST. PH/LA. PA. 108J?ANK3T.CLE\/£.O: V v ADDISON ON CONTRACT5 BEST ON EVI^N°E' i Tfcc I »f Wii *1 1 n ,, 15.00. Dillon on Municipal Corp01 rations. BJ NUN. -TOIITI F. Dillon J1 ,,, .lull::.-. Kisthth I'irniit. I.r I he Supreme i«cd and L'r-'at')' tic. Kdii Executi°nS' .1 $15. Herman on //AC0 SCALES AGENTS WANTED^ jSEhn roi^ I'^ICE LIST i Reed's Practical Sugs»s tiOMv,,,.. For the conduct of Law Sui!». court. By John C. Keirtl. Hbctp, 5.00. /Jut Wells A Treatise on tions of Law an Instiuftious to .IUM•• BT C^^WKIL?. 8vo., L#w REPORTS FOBSILT SCALE CO. Illinois U.-rorls CiimpK'tf. IlliimiK Iti-purtii Oilil viiiitraei Obi,', u,„i Ohio Staf. fiwi'Itt#* Loiiioiapa. (Vinpl'-ir JIMIcv 265 BROADWAY N. Y. i-:iiL'li*h Hpl'. in Vollll"1ftvi'im" Ahb.itl i. National lW.''-•!» U.S. J4^- 'REPORTS WANTED- Report*

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