Jones County Liberal in Monticello, Iowa
8 Jan 1874

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8 Jan 1874

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Jones County Liberal (Newspaper) - January 8, 1874, Monticello, Iowa Fth Tell. Thursday Jan. 8th, 1374. Obj Mitil Papy $ the City railroads. Monti Cutlo station. Coins ,., a Loa. M. Vini a a Tol " & a 55tf o i t v i v f a the i. A i a y a. J i i i. A a. W w m i a a a q a a a " gon pc att Edir in. Kids Witny I. T m. B. I " v a. In of Voln South 7 a. M. Matto ii at Nii Wood sur t. Chubch directory. J a e. services every sub Mth morning Anil ave Niue at the in Mil hours. Rev. To x. Mill Kii pastor. Congregational services every sunday at a a. 7 r morning and evening at the Nus a l hour. . F2y la too plt8tor. Local and miscellaneous. Steadily increasing circulation and is 1therefore a Good medium for advertising. County officers. Post of fico. Monlin Ollo. Mui ii Lac. Olin. Ani Unous. Mon. Oello. a. W. J. Over to ure men adv to r. O. Is Iii. " j. W. Mooiki tract our Era 3. H. Dicks adult lord Cimias. Crib a. Ani Hiort Cimias. I. Clink. Slice dry a. J. Bib i. A j a. Stern a Devon. s Kavit " i b. Hacks a Flora Simon by i. Habu a Auu most. Clerk. 1. J. Okit/., Jar n a crts f. Ii. Cilia Max in in ice ii Ini it to 6. Joii sos Wyo Alibi. Surveyor j. Towns kid Hisiu. Coroner v. C. U in. Ii Rox Namom. Supervisor so. A ii Alpoim an. Mos. " of. J. Jar Asaud Wyola. L i. " Jeo. U. Ruxi Pilaut i. True. ". . Lax Jit. Coucal Al Lac. " Ollil. Monticello cloy a Etc a a Man. Mayor K. Walks. Rfcs Der h. M. \ a night. City ,9uticitor�?\. J. Mox Noii. Racasi Trero 3. O. Dukk. Martlet la v. J i u. Eastman. Weigh master pm. Bloc a. Street commissioner a j. Fitly. Khz. Thu tees w. H. Nocton. We. Scion i a Matt. Noyes Ubaudi. By Stuart Hus . A or. Wray Monticello. A hardware of nil kinds lit hard time prices at Dunham s. A i have at my livery two buggies to let without teams it reduced rates. Come nil see i. T. Wassom. A to All parties indebted please Call and Settle i want my Money bail. K. A Cvitam. A tors at mrs. Albi Tiger s toy store on Sycamore Street May be found toys notions and fancy goods of every description from the tiny mouse to the Young elephant. The store is full and the prices marked Down. Come and see. Of a Don t buy lamps till Yon look at Dunham s Stock. His prices Are Down to the Bottom. A Olio of the neatest Little things out is the Cli Romo " cute which is Given away to subscribers to our fireside Fri. And. Mrs. \ v. Bid sigh is the local agent for our City. Subscribe for the paper and receive a i Titis this pretty Little parlor ornament. A toys of every description and at Low rates than elsewhere in the City May found at Iseatta s. Call and take a look at our goods and prices before you buy. Collector s notice. I have the tax Book for Monticello township and in now ready to receive taxes. Ollice at the National Bank. Cyrus collector Monticello twp. From Anamosa. From our item near correspondent inc " Lilye u lies Volley ii in Ivi Iii to Lii Joys Ami borrows i it Vicini ies mid Rici Eais Nail inc slow but inevitable m. I of Ticino hns Uslie Reil us into Imohl vye. I will nil i l a collies no Spons. Lii lilies. It we be Well if the lesions of tie inst teach us to no Oil its e. To i in Ilic i note. Be. Kvuei y should pm Levov to p e. 1 pc he vols Ioil Littles to level orc ilium. Mall Roll to cell live e h s intellect. Mil o exec Che his so hint his Collar r Ali this May nominee to thi u Mutual us it. In in ii do Erik. I. And social Hijii inv i. Of i 1 m Oslo i in Lile \ void. Sho a l a l include the a abet o Rcd m ill 1 sumo in Jilin woe to vane ily Ailun ii Lii the \ be to. Believe the distressed Iii id to Elk \ e the Strind d of social Viva in incl Hun Iii Kihei in. Our new county of Licey i in Esumi a pc ? h entered on the do ies of Ihei ves. Dec. Ive i think hint for Olu Mcfev Anil i. Ilioiu a t. Key will com. Ii Esav oilily Wilshi. ,. Iut ii. Be Evv been Elee Teil ill s county i nil no Dor. By t. Boy will Peri ohm the duties of Iligir Syc chive Ollices with a vedic a o themselves and to i ii bal atau Iroini of their . Lam convinced however Tiiu there w. Is never it time when the people we t More detain tied to Demiul Hoiu Siy and in their in l servants Miulli vile the 1 a Only s a Ain composed of the very Best elements 04 he t i a a Blini i p i 1y�? Viz those who were thoroughly informed of the political issues of tits. In trial my Independence and Noorul Slimina enough to break away Isom Nuriye to 8. This ii arty will watch with jello a s or a tiny every word and net of i Licu newly elected Nuu Lic ser Vinith. It behoves these Gem Lineu tic remove who 1111 on Donn to offices mul revive sent is in the state be isl. I. L ure to be careful and a As on their onic tul honesty and Ert Ieie nay depend Tau liar go mens Nehie i Laimute Suc Eesa of the 1 Aily. Of course we live All desirous of a respectable appropriation to warily the Staie Penitentiary it this Pace. I i sliced a Isom nent i. Tzen the other Day what he ii unit or of our prospects. " of Killil lie " Ihei w. Lube Yle Niy of asked Fin from the state Ini int Ona and in glut / tors any to Eiith other Yon Vot ofor mine and i la vote fun your s and that s Well Gul it. I Donofr believe tar. It messes. Lovell Lii shop or Moore will Ever stoop to such political Tricke. Y As that. If the bit nation is troll finlly presented the advantages that would accrue to the state by the development of the immense Siw. Ries Here belonging thereto and the stir Zig the same in the material of the prison and the other state buildings hereafter to be erected and the Ihnn danced employ a it for the convicts in the tji invt. Is or prison Yard thus saving to the stump nil the prof is of the middlemen or Hose who hire convicts it n Small rate per diem is Practised at fort Madison. If these facts presented to Thene legislature do nol influence them inmate a i pro Wintion for he Penitentiary sevc we Ilo not wish to obtain Itoya. In umber hand dishonest political conditions As that above alluded to. A in. Smith has sold out he join annl to messes. Swigart Uro. Who have taken Possession. J he new editors seem to be genial mid gentlemanly mid no doubt will much improve the journal and make it a Success. On graded school commenced the Winter Teim to Duy 3ir. C. It. Mowry Prine pal Anil an Mellicient corps of teachers. On City Fathio have commenced suit against several individuals to compel the payment of the dog tax. Olio suit is decided Agugust the City its about $ 30. It would be cheaper to Diode the dogs with butter and have done with them. Yours a Anamosa Jan. 5, 1. S71. A v Little Snow. A a Little sell gling. A pc want porno Wood. A Best soft Coal at $ 0.50 per ton f. Dunham. A lots of new Job Type lately received Call and see. A the Days Are growing perceptibly Lon Ger. A if you want a Nice Job of painting or training done c.-. La upon George i Birdsall. A next circuit court on the second Day of March. Judge lion. John Sec can. A those stove Drums at Dunham s arc a Nice thing and save fuel. Economy is what s wanted these Days. A the general Assembly convenes next monday. Senator Lovell will have rooms at the Aborn House. A or. Ii. Clark ticket seller for bar mini s great menagerie was a guest at the Palmer House lust sunday. A panic prices on cooking parlor and heating stoves at Dunham s. Don t buy till you look at his Stock. A Why Don t you sweep off your sidewalks and obey the ordinance somebody will get fined one of these Days. A Eggleson the celebrated author will deliver a. Lecture at Kinsella Hall on the eve. Of Jan. 20. Admission 50 cts., children 25. T another delightful club party on last tuesday evening. The " Excelsior Are correctly named they sire the Best string band in Iowa and no mistake. Moked i have a Good Brick smoke House and am now ready to smoke All hams shoulders and other meat that conies. W. Ii. A Kotok. A Edwird Eggleson author of " Hoosier schoolmaster " end of the & c.,& c., will deliver a lecture at Kinsella Hall on the eve of Jan. 20. Come and hear him. Dont fail to hear the lecture. A those. Quayle who resided in this Ity in 1871, has met a Windfall in the shape of a a 300,000 Fortune. The giver resided in Ireland and was an undo to Quayle s wife. A a Snow storm with considerable wind last saturday night and sunday. A dec. Edcil " freeze up followed and the crossed pork is Safe. A a Good article of Green Wood can now m purchased in this Market for $ 3 and $ 3.50 per Cord and dry at $ 1. And $ 5.�? these prices ire much More reasonable Han those of Hist year. A the " pressure in the potato Market Las been considerably relieved by the receipt of a car Load of prime " Murphys this week. Or. L. B. Hakes is the consignee. A the Choice of Deputy shrift Lias fallen upon or. L. B. Hakes who has filed his Bond which was readily accepted. It is no very hard matter to predict that or. Halies will make a Good officer and the appointment is one of the Best that could Bave been made. A Edward Eggleston Tom great author and lecturer is coming and will deliver a lecture at Kinsella Hall on the evening of Jan. 2fllh, under the auspices of the Monticello lyceum. All should make arrangements to attend. A for bargains i boots and shoes go to is Iller & Condon. They Are uttering their Largo Stock at positively lower rates than can be purchased elsewhere in this City. and see. A new year s passed off much like Christmas in a quiet a demonstrative enjoyable Way. The Day was spent in making Friendly visits giving Welcome presents and general enjoyment. In the evening several pleasant parties were held. No Accident of any kind happened. A at their meeting last saturday the Board of school directors resolved to abandon Hie school lately held in the Stone building. They concluded that As there is plenty of room in the school building it did t pay to keep another building occupied. We get our information from one of the sub directors. A if you want Sale Bills posters programmes letter Heads statements business cards Blanks Ball tickets shipping tags or anything in the Way of printing we can Supply you at Short notice and at the most reasonable rates. Material All new and the Only Good Job press in the county. Just give us a trial and see if we can t suit Yon. A the recent decision of the supreme court of Iowa will lining the constitutionality of the Stock act will be found in full on our second Page. It is a matter of general importance and will be read with interest. A there will be a big runaway in this City some of those Days if the Farmers Don t hitch their teams. We have had two or three narrow escapes during the past week on account of the sudden Rush of the engine be careful to fasten j on horses and Don t leave them Loose for a moment. A the officers elect of the Monticello Lodge no. 117,1. 0. O. F., were installed by d. E. W. Harvey on last monday evening. They Are n. G., Jno. Rigby v. G., Clark Byan u. S., Ira Webb p. S., g. O. Goot Lrich treas., p. J. Wright. The Lodge is in a prosperous and nourishing condition and its membership . A the Lyons Mirror avers and the Sawe thing is applicable hereabouts that the Young ladies in that City complain of the gentlemen in this Wise they Prate about Home institutions and patronizing Home Talent etc., and yet Many of them go away to get married while Here Are lots of girls sure enough a the Board of supervisors Are in session this week and there is a great Deal of business to be transacted. A petition numerous by signed has been sent from this City asking the Board to build a Bridge Over Kitty Creek just cast of or. Proctor s store. This will make a straight Road to the River and will make the distance to the City materially less for a number of Farmers. A remonstrance against abandoning any part of the Road Between the two Iron Bridges will also be presented. A now let us begin to talk about a county fair next summer. There was no Good reason for the " failure to connect last season but there was hardly time in which to get up a fair after the matter was broached Anil for that and various other causes it had o be Given up. Now let us take " time by the Forelock and be at work in Good season. Our business men favor the project to a Man and will lend All the assistance possible. Who will to the first to move in the matter a fresh bread at Chattey s. A new bakery and everything Nice. A Iii meals at All hours. and see him. A the new code makes very material changes in relation to incorporated towns. The trustees have the Power to equalize taxes and also to sleaze any adjacent land and appropriate it for the purposes of a Public Park paying the owner Only such compensation As three sworn appraisers shall i. V upon. Many other changes Are made. The last legislature evidently believed that each Community or incorporation is capable of governing itself and so gave it great Powers. A . Goo. H. Parker one of the directors informs the Maquoketa Sentinel " that it is highly probable the existing Between the construction company and the City of Davenport will soon be amicably settled and the Rord extended into the these sort of " announcements by directors and other gentlemen in authority arc frequent enough but they Don t seem to amount to anything. However it will soon make but Little Dille Renic for the Trade that naturally belongs to this Road will soon be All diverted to other channels. A the cry of " Reform that was raised last Winter in the legislature Over the publication of the Laws Don t seem to have amounted to very much after All. The Oskaloosa Herald ays " Lii new code Lias been in Force two months and not one Man in a thousand knows tie Laws by which he is governed and he cannot find out without buying a $ 3 code. If the old Law had been continued Aud the Laws published it would have Cost persons in the county about three cents and All Nuu have the Law at hand. Economy to be effective should be Itu viciously Vilmin mercy. The Man who loses a Dollar to save a dime is not a Good pay torn smax in these uncomfortable times for Money it is an important Relief when Taco pc pay their Iinallo Bills promptly. This commendable practice sets a great Deal of Money afloat and enables every Dollar to do the duty of ten. The very Best use that Money can be put to is to pay debts. Many people make it a matter of convenience to pay their Small Bills with greater punctuality in times like these and thus without any injury to themselves Render an essential service to the trading Community. A the second District of the Iowa state sunday school association will hold ils second convention of year 1873 4 at the m. E. Church Wyoming. Iowa comment Long monday evening Jan. 19th, and continuing through tuesday and wednesday allowing. R. Ii. Gilmore of Cedar rapids Secretary of the state association inward 17u. Sell. Of Davenport president i. If the District and other prominent Sim Day school workers of the Strite Are expected to be present and add to the interest of the occasion. An Earnest invitation is extended to nil lovers of the Sabbath school to be present from first to last. A an of. D in inter in our Friend Wilson who was formerly an old Printer but now engaged in slinging Uncle Sam s mail bags on the Dubuque and southwestern Road had in his mail car the other Day a somewhat extraordinary kind of mail Viz a Mammoth ? Nat Bird looking very much like the old rooster we display at tie head of our columns on the occasion of Reat democratic victories. The Bird was a pure blooded Light Brahma valued at $ 10 presented to or. Wilson for reporting the late poultry show at Cedar rapids by or. Williams proprietor of an extensive poultry Yard Avinton. A the Anamosa journal Lias been purchased by Swigart & Bro., who will hereafter manage it. We wish our Young friends every Success in their undertaking ind predict for them a prosperous journey. The journal is Well situated As to location ind we have no doubt that in new hands t will he a Success. We Are informed that or. Smith the retiring proprietor will Ake tip his Lino of March for the West As soon As Spring opens. A the Board of supervisors Are in session this week and Are doing a great Deal of business. John a. Crawford of Cass township was elected chairman and he presides Vith dignity and decorum. / 1 he members dispatch business with a. Readiness surprising in a new Board. The Bills ire closely scanned and if not above suspicion they arc promptly rejected. It is id ready quite evident that the new system is the better one and it is just As evident that the new members Are quite capable of performing their duties to the satisfaction of the whole people. A those Farmers who " held their pork for a Rise Anfort Ignatc. The article has steadily advanced since tie opening of the Market 6" Only suffering one or two " setbacks a until now it is sold at the very respectable Price of $. 10 @ $ 0.25 per Hundred. Last year at this time on lilacs show that it sold for Only about $ i per Hundred ind was a drag at that. Inasmuch As on Monticello buyers had plenty of that very necessary article called " nerve and freely purchased nil that was uttered they can now reckon their profits pretty Well up in the figures though they won t make near As much As they Are credited with. The Farmers in All directions have found out that this is tie Best Market within Prudius of Many Miles and they arc consequently crowding our streets every Day. Our pork packing establishment to to built next year will make this Astill better Market and we look for an increased Trade in this Staple " product of the country. The nerve of our buyers will no doubt continue. A a of. Isy Smai. L " fam wait pay an Axcie mex by this time itis Prilly Well known that the new county officers have taken Possession. Last monday their Bonds were improved and the Olla pcs turned Over to them. Among the Elf acts of the sheriffs and treasurer s of flicks. A not very close examination revealed the fact that these officers were supplied with printed Blank enough to last them two j ears and a Little further inquiry revealed the fact that these Blanks were delivered Only last saturday a and it was also ascertained that in none of them had the names of tie officers been printed As they ought to have been you see they could t have the Blanks read " B. Crane she diff and. Schoonover treasurer because the people have stopped that Nice Little arrangement and they could t read " Byerly and Dickey because these gentlemen never ordered any such work so Tom. Just left the names Blank and now sends in a Bill to the supervisors for something j like seventy dollars this is what May be called " Forward pay on the half she it plainly shows that Booth despairs of Ever getting Hokl of the county again in which conclusion he is undoubtedly quite Correct. But its rather " Small potatoes and it won t win. Virtuous Hummus honest Granny allow hard it is to give it us in t it and now the " virtuous Are persecuted to be sure a messes. Chandler Page & ., the found ramen Are prepare Iii for heavy operations Iri to Weir line. They will before Long Pitta full Force of men it work mini fact Nrang this Farmer s Champion Well Auger and will appoint any number of live agents to sell the machine. Here Abo tits where it is Well known this wonderful water Al new need not be spoken of but we will say to those unacquainted with it that As a moans of obtaining water it is a Long ways Abend of anything Ever yet invented. The Wells bored by this anger have been in operation in this oily nearly. Three years and they give the Best of satisfaction. The machine has Only to be seen to be appreciated. Messes. Club idler Page & . Are thorough going live business men and we Are glad to record their Success. The members of Tom firm arc j. A. Chandler Dexter Page Joseph Burns the inventor and Patentee and win. Weir. Their Postoll address is Monticello. Business men out of present employment cannot make Money faster than by investing a Small amount i n one of these machines. A to by. Styk. Is for the Benefit of All such As arc too Well known to advertise we desire to say just a word. In the Ali. place is it a fact ? those who make use of this argument we will say Are the oldest settled in business in the town what has made them so ". Well known Ien Clemeti do you consider great Lias been the addition to the population since Yon came " but you reply " they know where 1 am without do they know ? " by the of yes then that s advertising is it not ? " Well one kind of and thus it is if we should say to one of those traders so Well known take in your sign what would he say of course it would damage his business and vet Only the Small number of pedestrians passing the store arc attracted by the sign while he will voluntarily withold his sign from the thousands who would weekly read Itin the columns of the local paper. If a sign upon the store is essential to the business is not a sign in thousands of families who would not otherwise Sec it infinitely More important " too Well known to do you forget that people Are continually moving what is then or who is there fixed and settled in this world do you consider Tia Tother merchant often Young traders aae advertising if you Are not and taking the ground from under your feet you will soon discover what becomes of those " Well known when your customers find they can do better when attracted elsewhere. While the Man that is Well known is dreamily keeping charge of his store not thinking it necessary to advertise Oiler pushing Earnest tact possessing live advancing men Are issuing their artistically drawn attractive alluring invitations to the Public. 8autweiyl.�? at Iron Hill Jackson count. A Iowa on Friday december 20, is ii Lucy wife of Asa Sartwell aged about seventy Lour years. Or. And mrs. Sartwell and their three children came to this county Many years ago and were widely known. Mrs. Sartwell was a christain woman Whoso life. And ill Uench have been Good and for Good to those associated with her. A Large Circle of friends feel the loss of one highly respected and a family suffers the loss of one dearly loved. A Stag Roketa Excelsior. Lioard of sul Eliyio socks. Jantarov Sis. A six Cimias. I. Ink clerk. Cimias. Cmuk a truly clerk. J. A Crawford chairman Anamosa. W. J. Brainerd Wyoming. . Banghart Cascade. John Sutherland jr., Center Junction. A Hiram Steward Olin. Nicini monday january 51 a 1874. Tie Board of supervisors of Jones county met pursuant to Law at the office of id county auditor. Present ii. Steward John a. Crawford g. Banghart John Sutherland or. After being duly sworn they proceeded to the election of a chairman. The vote was As follows John a. Crawford two votes. Ii. Steward one Vole. John Sutherland jr., one vote. The second ballot was then had which resulted As follows four votes cast John a. Crawford received three votes. Lian Ghert received one vote. John a. Crawford was declared duly elected chairman for the year 1874. Minutes of the last meeting were then read and approved. The following were then appointed As committees for the year 1s74, to wit roads and a rides a g. Banghart finance a w. J. Brainard paupers a ii. Steward swamp land a g. Anglia. It Public buildings ii. Steward claims ii. Steward j. A. Crawford equalization John Sutherland jr., w. J. Brainard school fit do j. A. Crawford John Sutherland or. Hands a j. A. Crawford poor farm Jolt Sutherland salaries w. J. Brainard the members elect then Drew lots for the terms of office contemplated by Law. W. J. Brainard having been duly sworn into office when w. J. Brainard Drew the three years form from january 1st, 1s7 a g. Banghart for three years and j. A. Crawford for the term of two yours after which the Board made Tho following schedule for the year 1874, for the use of assessors to wit work horses. Si5 00 two years old Colts. 25 00 yearling Colts. 15 00 mules and asses each. 50 00 work cattle pc Yoke. A. 50 00 beef cattle per Hundred ibs. 200 vehicles each. 35 00 cattle two years old and Over. 10 00 yearlings each. 5 00 cows Camii. 12 00 sheep each. A a. 1 50 Swine per 3 00 ibs. 1 50 stallions each. 200 00 jacks each. 200 00 monies and credits to be assessable upon the same rates As other property. On motion the auditor be instructed to have the above printed with a sufficient number to furnish the assessors books and the committees. Also the yens and nays for Tho use of tie Board. Adopted. On motion Hie Board adjourned until 81 a. M. Seco Ujj Day Jannery tie Board of supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Members All present. Minutes of the last meeting rend and approved. After which the petition of ii. C. Metcalf praying the Hoard t a remit ins valuation in the sum of $ hour 00, was read and the petition of .13 Tirey asking the Board to Correct his assessment Fin 1 the year 187, was then read t and on motion referred to the comm Ltee on equalization. Tho petition of James Hays was also rend and ret erred to the committee on paupers. Tho communication of j. C. Kamos was then rend and referred to the committee on paupers. The petition of Honry Marcellus praying Tho Board Tor Relief in the sum of $ 3 per week was read and on motion the allowance prayed for be granted and the. Same be placed in the hands of John 1 licks to be expended fur his Relief said amount to be allowed mull april 1s7 i. Adopted. The petition of Morgan Hennessey was then read and referred. Tho petition of m. Wood was read and referred. The Board then proceeded to fix Hie amount if Bonds As provided by the statute of lot to wit the county treasurer s Bond to to in Tho sum of one Hundred thousand dollars. Tho Coroner s Bond to lie in the sum of five Hundred dollars. A the county Surveyor s Bond to be in lie sum of one thousand dollars. The. Assessor s Bonds to by in the sum of one thousand dollars. The county auditor s Bond to be in Tho sum of ten thousand dollars. The county superintendent Bond to be in the sum t one thousand dollars. Tho Sherlly s Bond in these not Lenl Housand dollars. Justices of the peace in the sum of one thousand dollars. Constables in the sum of have Hundred dollars each. Alter which the following Bonds were taken up and disposed of As follows j. Ii. Dickey treasurer in Tho. Sum of one Hundred thousand dollars approved. V. C. Wilston Coroner in the sum of live Hundred dollars approved. A. J. Byerly so Crit in the sum of $ 10,000 approved. Geo. O. Johnson superintendent in the sum of $ 1,000, approved. Cons. Cline auditor in the sum of $ 10,000, approved. The Bonds of the following persons As constables of the various townships in the sum of five Hundred Dohner. Spaugh were approved if. M. Plenty 1. W. Johnson a. C. Stickle s. I. Parks w. Tom Aston Louis him Nussler j. Ii. Smith p. J. Wright Nicholas Maurice. The following own shop clerks presented their Bonds being in the sum of live Hundred dollars each. They were Road and approved j. U. Still limn j. I. Barn Liilo a. A. Stevens g. L. Llime Baugh it. \ v. Mex Rendy James a. Tarbox Samuel Jameson m. Mclanghlin Benj. C Rawlond. The Bonds of the Deputy Sli Erill s were then presented by Sheri Byerly and approved by the to. Ird. The petition of e. A. Ackerman was then read and referred to the committee on equalisation. The commit Leo on paupers made the following report in tie Canso of j. C. Nemes we recommend that an allowance in the sum of four dollars per month be made for his Relief to june 1st, 187 1, the same to be placed in the hands of a. A. Myriek und tiie Xiuji Tor to draw on Trio of mity 1 Gnu of present for his Relief in the sum of five dollars. Adopted. The petition of e. Holt was read and referred to tie committee on . The petition of Noah Hutchins praying the Board to refund him on a. Sch paid erroneously. On motion Tho prayer of the Peti Norbe denied. Adopted. On motion the Rotulo Canso of White it. Nl., was taken up and fixed for thursday at 11 a. M. On Molion the Board adjourned until or. M. Haw j ast N a v. M. Board met pursuant to adjournment members All present. The petition of p. Ceef e was rend and referred to the committee on equalization. The applications for the county printing were then rend one from tin Jones county Iii Erial and one from the Anamosa journal. The Board on motion selected these two As Tho newspapers in which to publish the proceedings of f to Board of supervisors for Uio year jh71. The. Pc Ilion of i. H. C. I. Penler was read nil. Iii the Board to Grunt my a la Weiho for the Sale of into Ichii ins liquors for one year. The proper p. Piers being on file on motion Tho i. Iyer of the pc Iii. Ioner w. I i granted and the Petitioner is hereby Nihil ii i. Cd o sell inbox in. Ii. Ing i re More a a prayed for. Adopted. The Poi Ion of if. Benton Eta praying the Board to make an appropriation sufficient to build a Bridge across the South Norkol the Maquoketa River Clay township was read and Rolirod to the comic Iii e on roads and Bridges. Adopted. The Pili in of a. Bronson a saving to Board to Eor wet ills valuation was read and Iliev. Cd. The be. Ii. Iou of E. Wales to t. &., praying the Board to make n n appropriation Bull Cicini i o build n Bridge across k i l l y Creek it the foot of Kirssi reef Mon cello was re. Id and Rel Uit to the committee on to. Us and Bridges. The report of t. I a. Chi Ibrek j. A. Was then r and and red tved. Tiie Bond of t. J. Towi Send comity Surveyor was then rend and approved. 1 Hurt dolls. P., made a report of lines Roll Cid in the sinn of Al ii. Rio and paid the mime into the Courly Irea tiry. J. W. Moore prof Cal a pc Tion for the Purchase of a set of Indira meals for the use of the Donn to Surveyor Lead and referred to t h e finance Chin Millico. E. V. Miller Justice of the Fence made his non Iii report of fines Cal levied during the year 27.00�? the Simu being paid Over to i lie county t Rensi incr. The claim from Linn comity for a change of venue in the ease of Hie slate of Iowa is. Ken 1was then presented by the county in editor and ordered paid by him less Tho amount due this county to wit $ 20 for keeping Mory Williams an indigent person from said county. Adoli d. The finance committee then proceeded to compare and cancel Theca unit warrants in the hands Ordic treasurer. The sheriff elect i Hen made n Stoni client to the Board in reference to the amount of Wood on hand it the jail. It was recommended that lie Purchase the necessary amount Lor the use of the county jail and report the same to the county auditor to be audited by him. Adopted. The auditor presented Tho claim of t. 4,5, pull is & Bro,., Tor two Elton bedsteads for the use of Tho poor farm stating that the order was peremptory for the Purchase of Tho same. Adopted. Thu Penilton of George Moore praying Tho Board of supervisors to Correct his valuation upon hogs assessed erroneously. On motion the treasurer is hereby ordered to make the Mimi Tun prayed for to wit in thu sum of sixty Alvo dollars. Adopted. Thu petition of k. Booth a son for the priming of the proceedings of the Board was on motion Laid Over till Tho morning session. On motion the Board adjourned until 8. J a. M. Jan. 7th�? s a. M. Tho Board met pursuant to adjourn ont. Members All present minutes of last meet ing rend and approved. Ii. Ii. Freeman Justice of the peace Halo township report nothing collected during Tho your 1874. Iii porn of l. Car Lou Justice of Tho Ponce Oxford township reported no Linos Nolle Tod for Tho year 1874, was then rend. The Bond of a. W. Brown township Eloi a in Tho sum of five Hundred Dollar 1was then Road and approved. Thoulla Lelii Bondol p. Ii. Olson just o of the Potoc was Ronij and on motion referred Back for additional Bond thu Samv to his in Tho isum of one thousand dollars the same to be approved by the county auditor during the interim of thu Hoard. Fth ilium of. It wee i Good the election in Leo county yesterday resulted in the Choice of Conrad 8ch won 1anti monopolist by 100 majority. This gives us to House beyond Puni Venturo. Good enough. New advertisements. It anti mum j in. A ih7 i. O. 11. Crank. He. Y l lir no 1 Hiil Sonly. Nil full n Mallm. By virtue of a special Kucci Ilton i rooted to i from Thourk of Tom District court of. Folios county Iowa on a judgment obtained in said court on Uio 13t. I Day of 1a. D., 18711, in Invar of a. I. Pm Iii it o., Asl Lillin unday ii Nul i. La. 1 a Diann. A us def umlaut i Tho sum of seven Hundred and thirty Onu i Jolgui and Hiruo cents $ 7 11.011 and costs taxed at filmy seven dollars and slyly Levu cents and Ai air Ulni costs i have levied upon Tho following ital estate taken As the. Property of said Uel und unt i o satisfy said Chou Ulun to wet lot so. Von 7 and Elo it 8 in Block seventeen 17 in Tho town of Center Junction Jones county Iowa. And will Ollie the same for mile to the i 4 Liesl. Bidder for Cash in hand on the i. i 6 Day of february a. I / i74, in front of Cluj court House door in Ami Ino. Us at Tho hour of ten o clock of suld Day when and Tiu re due attendance will. To i u v indy to Zudov Island sheriff of said county. Dated at Anamosa january a 1874. Mint ii Iii in 11 lion 01 or. I Nival i Tahiry on tin run Willii Iii uni Illus h in Iii Tom ii or or Minui i ii Kuhm is in Liml loss. Uni Iok in a or ulna unit l Light in inc i Imil Pimp ill Mph in Imu veh Kivie. I Luu Killi by a nil i Mih Indi Cril by it h Iii Luis . Jl3 l Ului in u i Iii in inv clop Only six r. Ullh. The i kor Vitril ii Ullin in Riih t Demy flu girly in twin u i Lilly swim 1 a in i. L Hal Ali ill i Kmieci unit t l l l u l l l l l l l l l l in Cool of Kili ii Hutti a Iii by Nul Similly ii Kritil wet lion Milieu Iii i Oil uni of int Nuil ii Ili Chii in Tom a i Illint Ion Ollie Klill ii on u Giuili of Liru ill Finiw simple. I l Quill Hud i ii a Luibil Liy Iii i Iii of n Liili i very Hill l i Ino in Tiit we jul Nin i. Oni l i l i o n Lime of Lime cure Liin Hull Ubu icily air Vul. Lily incl Ruit Luaui. L3" to blah ice Torii Maui ill be ill the la Tartu of Chi l y Soulli incl every limn in the Lii nil. Sent Imler until. In u. Plum Envelo in to imy inti Ruhh ii Oit Fala on ecu Ulii of six cents or two Post Hlll Lluli. Ail Rehb Tiu i Olill Tiei a Linw. T. O. It Leno a . R my Lio crr no v York 1. O. Lox 4shu. T Toj a h. Hot h. Geo. W. Elkins 1010 Ami i. In my a tnt., l Hili Milel Lilii l u. The Only House in Philadelphia making hops a specially exclusively on commission. Send for information As to markets All inquiries promptly answered. Ii Ops held As ordered by consignors. Storage and insurance not Over 30 cents per Bale per month. Twelve thousand Bales u. He annually in Pennsylvania. Markets. Is it. Van a. Itji la r. Of Tich of this j a to. Ski j j. La l t i i i a l ,. J to. A tickle. Ojo v.\, Jim. I. Orig xxx. W. Ii i i x lil. La a l l. I a l. A coh. N thai. A. Fill Fiji 2.1 0 \ a jihad no. Luin u6il ill to. A. No. To e. Leilly. To " in Lily. A. Cox f. L ii did l80fa of i. t a liar. By 1iuchi. Kyt Lill Shel 1 0 4 82 a a. Luj vast. Lil Tybil la Iii. Kii is Omun Likah " to Ilus Lieut i m i j t i in ski ii to Ull flu a i i Xvi. It ski a b he. Slu a i Lutat lbs v Kali ill l Nous live h # 1 1 1 5 by to. No Ai. As. L. Ellilu. 00i fat Fot. M50 a i 11.001.110 a l. . N. 2.1 @. V is 10 a 12 a in i i a w 11 a a of 1 Ullin o Ai i l. K.-, tin klan l of. No a Snail to a a sri. Mike leu sri aka i Liliee Kuliu. Six i on too Svor rss Khoiee slur s v lir i so yellow i h i l i ,. Solihull in. A " Cui to kick i rime Hio i Jock key Olla nov. Silvil so ii 11 10 4 ii Lio can 7." i is i 10 1.110 Ifil. I a 10 a do 2 i @ 26 a 25 As hide and leather Market. Of r. hides $ Lar i ii Ibex U. B " is la 7 i ii i. I t t a n 10 i. Itk11ikn. T an h i very Sale a in Rte feed stable North Cedar Street. Houses and carriages to let at nil hours. Horses Boak did no the Day or week. Kojl i a i Fri r a intr enl to Imp lint of the of wintry on Shoi l Wuolle. U. A a. Call t. Hansom. In oiv1q Mon Lullo 9i t. 10. D nil. V. Ski. I. In knt1st, Man Tim Llo Lown. Of Toni Wlllie or Rel Ali i a ,. Soi Illi Oiler Sitti to. I m i look Here 1 have joint Stahll shed in the Whiting Brick building on first struck a bakery fancy grocery store where Vou will at All times find fresh Bute Adoa. Kics Pastko and a 11 sort of kanc v . Oysters in their reason by the plate can or Riiho. At nil re Ammalu hours and at Tho lowest p1uces. Teas coffees sugars tobaccos and All kinds of groceries at prices that Doty Competition. If you want anything in my Lino Plumbo to stay and respectfully solicit your custom. H. Ii att. Mon Loco. To november. 1b7 17 Aetna fire insurance comp y of Hartford. Onn., louies i ill in the if Otto Olrun of jail Coign and Joof Iluigi. $ 5,370,771 59. Torii Liuti Only i 1873, Mois 03, j. R. 8t1llman, a f t. Mont i. Ello Lown. Nov. L a l. 18711. 0 to l w. To Ane Wor Rily be Milel Iii nil kinds of lumber ii Ltd Whix ugles Bash and doors. Of fact and vat d near a i. I Poti vr5/ a Monticello Iowa in Knul Clcil to urn Lull 1tnl it i Al Iuno Onali i Cloi tit whole sur. Rutch by cur lout. On i Ruck. T a topic. Mohoto Wii j Tiitu o Stock for Sale j Linic for a a a on my Arm in Iti Lilain Towi Phlp a Large no. Of excellent Durh m cattle of nil Ngi a which i will ill or a clime fur native grades 33 Samuel youss15. % Ali arc to Iii Hiiro ill Hie Imperial ., of Loudon whose Cupi tul is Fen millions in Gold and a Liosi risks arc so carefully distil Mtoto that such Flroes us Chicago und Boston can not impair it in the least. This company has been doing business nearly seventy yours and its Stock Sells it about Sci t. Tin Tea its Par value in London. For policies in this grand old company enquire of j. H. . Lmax. Ascent. Monticue dec. A 1872. Business Dibe Toby. 110x121,8. M a Uokota Iowa. I. Smith t Loolu Lelor. On v la rail re Nim Hoil Sii in Lii Etty. A y Nui Reheil. Free Len a to and from to i Iii c \ Rrios ii Over Kex till Junction oxus county a. \ \ i i i. M. Sloe. In l i of irl uti r. Aloiwe new Mil i. Oin Puletu Ilii ii Hluch. Good t amen 1iounk, h of Kinto a Iowa. Or Rosita the l. A St. It. 1c. L it. Ample nun i Oil Man Lilling in Evonnee. Stun. Ovation a. T k a u Tiik Jukl of a Ahlke struck la i. u. ,1.1. Slow Ivr pro Rev tier. Tiu in the can la a Loithi Jacii Ulm the business Nii l no thu i. Liy inulin air till Cut. I Lurenl the i. U. Depots it Flut Llo Iowa. O. I. Lille a ii Lelor. New a Louie. Lev i Rii Lipiro nil lining.-, Complete. I two Nile Niolina. Physicians. I. Ii. I Iii. I. Ii a 1 j1iy. S1cian am us Ltd icon . In i n n u. Viilu. L in \ Vul a ill Dong 1st a t. Ii. A1ei. 1ni. In Hull Ikon i 1 i Iovu. Oiler. E on unto Oiler str act 1iysi Ian am attorneys. V. ,1. Mossok a u. M. Mot i. Tok. A took Skym an Injo Jinhui. Of. at Law Monile. Ello Iowa. Ollice in Brick building Impi. 1 Lent a Greet. U m. It Iii Idiku it a tto Kinky Ami coh ski. Of at Law Mon Leuelln la Iii. Oll Luc in Abouo memory of. J. U wind a Tok nov and i Zunski. Lou Ati. A. Nudity i uhllc., unit solicitor Utilio a Nutil i Mimi Iri 1 sur. K i v or. Leu h Junny Ollaca 1 Cir h ii i a l. Uni h. H Ali Ink Mont Cullu is. M. Moi. Tot r o t a in y i u n l i j shtick or the 111 i Esiee and t. H. Omil Chloner of in. Onion Iii Luick Aoa Rii it a t. I .1. I. T a h Niky i jct o m k k a Moln i it it. T. Of Iowa. Will i y Htiu h on Al Tot Mitlo unit it Rena by Niu it. Liivi Onu Hiil l a in Iii Kiili. Villi a. A j. 11. I. Ash i lint int Mobil Leellon Lon ii. Llama in he Lull a Ivo Lllan i Lik l. Lulu ital. Oll Luc. 44. W. Llull Lanai. I., n ij8io, Hanii incl inuit Enlil 1 ii Filer. Man Luello Lown. Sol Leutmi Liili Liuro of in online incl Ken ill Hill Rae. Ton. Whim Henl Ivoin Linen on Leim Imit by Lett it tic Imp dial Ollie. I a Isth a \ to. N. 1 a. N l Alt life " r Uon smut us the Corv ii stau r i n i la t t i l Ali Talithi t i l l u h i t Lent Tarot Aii it a Kiili Millich by ho., Wurm Nii Iilah it us Bourn. V a he h in i Virv n l v l i let Mil by w Day. A it Mph t i t i nil in it Mitin. It Vilc by Luton 1 Usu Umi h isl of hit 1 1 Tilro Iii Tiiu kit 11 it Muc in tin. I. A. N. L a l l or a i. Ont no. 117. I i i e e l h i i l i h e l i l l i i l i in i i psf Ali Iklodi. H . Every Alu Dulny is even lok. To Lull Helenl Velh Ranill go Oil i i i i i i i i i i k hit m i r i l l n l h invited to n t h n i l. U. W. Hunt n. U. To. L Union it. Null jul p Ryhle. Liin und Iii Eon a ii lnt5 unit store. Oll Luc Over Puiul ii. W. Kwa it a d i Filer in livestock ii nil i i Oiler. E. On pm in tin in Lilly i u 11 Ili null sikh Mill the flu hut Mui Kei Triue a. Gullli Tiitu U. Win of h nto a. In ii Liioi of Mill it Himil sir his. A i i Iii Reil in maim like. Litre imn Liei of nil k l i i i l Mill will Alho keep in uni jul u Gobi Vrigil a Lipil ii of Pine in Kiln. I Lush Hill Nytle Elonra Vii Hli nil Lilly la incl Oil i h o i lie in Lilik ii Ulm ii pro Eek Ivel Uhl Luli Leil. Tiomi Wlsh Lair i i e. Uni Heinie l l i h in in the Liu Liei line Era Noil. Cleil to e. Ill Mill Neu he. L Ore Elk Elleri. N. Ii. Titti k. Up Euler in dry lome Al Moor Len Coll Ienir j. La nah ii in. Hooch a Sho Sroi Kerr not l o i i Lilii in were Iti Oonah Kate i Jie l Joi Uii r Chihli Hlorou. Line l rle., 1 n i u l Kulp Devil Lam i pm very Viertl Prees Uhny a Philil for nil Iii in of i omitry Iron like. E. I Jill incl see ii lie Luro i Art inn whether you Winil to imy or sell. Hook of Ioor station Kun. A. To Oewy Blaik books Wall paper " window shades etc., ktc., at ii. M. W r i g h t s605 first St., South Swoff a Mon Loiello sell. Iii. Of Philadelphia fenn., the oldest Stock comp Siuy in the in Ltd states nil the comp imy Hiir Luff the. Lung Cost surplus Over its liabilities. Assets a $ 2,276,73900. J. R. Stillman a t. Monticello nov. 1st, 1s73. Full attention cheap Gbo Lebies and . Map cobbling at the sign of h. Bar deny f11js1 Street most cello Iowa. Lift u t u 1he Lisi Haci

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