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Jones County Liberal (Newspaper) - November 13, 1873, Monticello, Iowa F thursday fir. 13th, 1873. Paper the City. Railroads. R. S. W. R. It. A Monticello station. Vol remt. -. A 10a.counccuatfurteylciwtandwest Guiv kit. ,. ,. 5 10. Connects at Farley but and Welt Gold cent. ". Loiola. Can. A . O. N. Ii. K t West. 1 80 p. M u. St. P. H. R. Doing North 1i a a. M " a a 6 17 r. X a Jute we " i. A Bob. So s., a. I. R. Oxford Junction. Going East. " w a t a i 55 p. 12 05 p. V. A. Ol1n, Gen l sup B., It. At i. K. Cedar bapid3 station. Going North. 12 18 r. " " 1 s8a. Doing South. 7 05 r. A ".3-. 3sjl. To. W. H. Be to Tiboni Aib t Osh l sup O. Fuir Ngor train Luves Dubuque. .10 00 a. " a a a. A a Brownsville. 4 40 r. A. " " hive dub quite. 3 20 r. U. " a a a a " Brownsville. 8 16 a. J j. A. Rhomb egg so i. I Slenger train be tvs Dii Buque. 3 10 r. " ". Arbulu. 7 00 a. " " arrives at Dull one. I a. A " a a Sii Viilu. 6 r. A. J. A. Whom Becq scr Chubch Al. K. Cal pc services every Sabbath morn ing and evening at the usual hours. Key. F. X. Millen pastor. Cohort National services Ever sunday at 10h a. And 7 r. A. Tkv. We. A Taviti pastor. Oakman . Aet Lestr every morning an d evening the usual hour. Sabbath school at 2x o clock p. H. Rev. Uko. Us Trio pastor. Local and miscellaneous. To a pm in in a a a the official paper the City. It has a fair Ana it Emilty increasing circulation and it therefore a goad medium for advertising. Font Tell City Ottovon Imant. Mayor K. Walks. Recur Der. Wright. City solicitor a. J. Modrok. Treasurer 3. O. Dub. Marshall p. J. Wei omit. Asi Titor g. 8. Eastman. Weigh master vim. Hogg. Street commissioner j. S. Fum. Or. Trustees a w. H. Proctor we. Schodek Matt. Noyes Bradley Stuart Cyrus Lako Worth. A i r. Wray Montle Ello. A musical instruments violins accordions Etc., at Soetje & to lurks. A a j. C. Moon & co. Are serving Fine oysters. old Iron Copper brass and rags la Exchange for goods at Dunham A i have at my livery two buggies to let without Tea mat reduced rates. Come and Reeme. T. Ransom. A for bronchitis diphtheria croup Coit Glis and colds use doctor n. Smith a great was Tex Corot Pax Aoka. It will do All he claims for it. A those. Oysters at the City meat Market arc Stipe Lor in every Way. Messes. Young a son will sell them by the Case or can. For a Good House containing nine rooms. Enquire j. H. Still Max. A Street sprinkler for Sale with pump attached holds three Hundred and fifty Gallons All in Good order. Will sell with or without running gear. Giro. Haines. A doctor Smith s compound liver syrup. Purifies the blood cures dyspepsia., liver complaint Cost ivaness regulates and tones up the system generally. \ on want a Good violin at panic prices go to Soetje & Tiarks. A fresh bread and pies our own manufacture. J. C Moos & o. A Dunham s Stock hardware is very full and Complete and terms and prices to meet the closest Competition. A notice to horse men barn to rent adjoining race track Monticello. Good water at the door Board can to had for two or three men on the premises. Giso. A inks. Doctor Smith s Hawkeye bitters Are a Fine tonic restore the appetite regulate the bowels tone up the system and will restore your weak and decaying nature. Cry them they Are made from the choicest drugs and will prove All to claim i or them. No. 115 first Street Moniti cello near the Railroad. A tin pounds Good sugar for one Dollar at Peak & Allen This firm takes the leading place in the grocery Trade and Are doing a Good business. They Deal honorable give Good weights and sell a Little lower than their neighbors. They keep every imaginable article that is sold in a grocery and provision store and deliver goods in the City free charge. Special bargains for those buy ing for smaller towns. Go and see Peak & Allen. Coal blacksmiths hard Coal and Best soft Coal in lots to suit. Enquire at Dunham s hardware store a we Are Selling our Stock musical instruments at. Prime East. Soetje & Tiarks. A Fine confectionery at j. C. 5ioon & co Dunham s Stock o a stoves a Wood and coals is very Complete and a too Many dog. A gone the Ulleg. A pay the Printer. A Bank up your House. A clean out your cellars. A coming the " a repair your sidewalks. A everybody husking Corn. A not much Snow this Winter. A we want to print your Gale mils., a another lumber Yard in Prospect. A who s going to be de pity sheriff a oysters fresh and Good at Beatty A who la bring is Soihet Wood on subscription a the country school teachers arc beginning operations. A Good Hay for Sale at $ 4 per ton delivered. Enquire Here a Call at the Liberal office for your printing. A five drayman in town. That s too Many for profit. A very much interested in agriculture the late candidates on the Radical ticket. A a popular song hard times come again no a third month with an " lots oysters. A a close approximation towards a Small Rcw last Friday. Poor business boy. A look out for the Little ones. The Scarlet fever is in neighbouring towns. A Why can t we have a series lectures this Winter Stillman where Art thou a who says we arc going to starve ? there Are three hotels two bakeries and four rata Grants in town. A thanksgiving Daj by order the president and governor Carpenter on the 27th inst. A no need having the Teeth ache. There Are three dentists in the City All permanently located. A Flie Euretta thinks that " the anti republicans have gained considerably in the recent we should say so 1 a we Are informed that the sheriff elect has re appointed the old Jailer Simon Buckner. A Good appointment and a faithful officer. A Alva e. Ill come will sell at Public auction at his residence two Miles East Monticello on saturday november 29th, nine head horses and Colts eleven head cattle a double Wagon buggy horsepower hogs household furniture Etc. Nine Mouths credit. Sale to commence at ten o clock a. A will Rosa the Best Salesman on the Road is in town. About that Little affair Wllliam when is the " Happy event it Cetera to take place a the Bellevue Leader has changed hands again a or. Evans ascending the tripod. Inasmuch As the new editor promises to eschew billiards " pea knuckle and All " sigh we May confidently look for something really frantic. to tills office for Sale Bills. Your Job will be completed in an hour after we receive your order. Hay for Sai. Twenty tons Good native Hay for Sale at four dollars per ton delivered in the next 20 Days. Enquire at this office. A we have lately added n Large assortment Job Type to our office and undertake to say that we can do better work than the average. Your custom solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. A the " something new has come. The eth scope showed but night to a wondering and pleated audience. They remain saturday and Honda evenings. Go. A Here s a pretty big profit for somebody wheat at seventy five cents per Bushel and flour at a Dollar and a half for forty nine pounds. " Why Are these things thus a i a a a the " Wood butchers Are getting quite Renio Nables for them. Only a Quarter a Cord is now allowed for " a what Are we to do for harmless amusements this Winter let s gut up a " mock what say be literary gents a there is a movement on foot among the ladles Tho e a 8t, to universally Wear Only Calico dresses the next. Year with a View to economize. Hope it will be generally adopted the wives country editors will then a right in fashion. A during the past few Days two our empty store rooms have been occupied with Large stocks goods leaving no vacant business place in the City. We Are rejoiced to see these evidences Thrift and Enterprise and Don t believe that Tho cry " hard times will drive the new joiners out. A the express aver / that " the robbery or Deal cation by the Jackson county treasurer affords a flue Field for condemnation by the demo Static papers in this we have yet to learn that the " dem Cratte papers have failed to denounce the theft and in pretty Strong terms too. When the full amount the Deal cation it made apparent it will to the duty every paper " democratic or otherwise to speak in pretty Plain terms Tho robbery. A the festival at Langworthy last Friday evening was a Success in every particular. There were a Large number present and the occasion was thoroughly enjoyed. The ladles deserve credit for a magnificent supper and the participants thanked them in the Best manner possible a by heartily eating it. The receipts were about one Hundred dollars which will go a Long ways toward paying off the debt. A it is said that four Hundred methodist clergymen annually lose their votes by the Church Rule a change in location. We know several gentlemen this sort who did t lose their votes this year and what s More the votes were put " where they would do the most notice. Mayor s office oct. 31st. Notice is hereby Given that sliding or coasting on any the sidewalks is strictly prohibited. Parents will govern their children accordingly. C. E. Wales mayor. Our Law elevator is not being pushed Forward very fast but will to the coming week or. J. Defte Durfer has decided to rim it by horse Power on the Treadmill plan. The Woolen Mills have been undergoing some repairs but Are now in. Prime running order and under the careful management capt. Fly scr we Iovu no doubt that they will to a Success financially. Moj. Brown having bought out or. Mason s interest in the livery business Aiu i going in partnership with or. Cramer is prepared at All times to accommodate the it Iblis with a first class outfit. They have made considerable improvement in the looks Tho building the past week. Frank Marshall is putting up a two Story Frame for a workshop near the Railroad. There arc quite a number new buildings in process erection which to shall speak hereafter. The fall term the Lenox collegiate Institute closes november 2ut. I giving the students a Chance to enjoy thanksgiving at Home and got Ono Good Square meal. The Winter term opens dec. 3d, and lasts thirteen weeks. The presbyterian Church will have preaching every Sabbath by Rev. Hodge d. D., until farther notice. Tho methodist Church also have preaching every Sabbath in the morning and every other Sabbath in the evening by Rev. Or. Burgess. The Covenanter society have services every Sabbath morning by Llev. Or. Coulter. The Public schools arc unusually crowded this term but under the management Tho misses Jackson Kirkwood and Smith arc very interesting and show what Good sense the school directors had in choosing the present teachers from so Many applicants for such responsible positions. Gen. Van Icilus we learn has gone to Karl Villo to eng go in the livery business with or. Mason. To arc sorry to see such a an enterprising business Man leave the Village. Iii Stox. Still Rae Zajf a tukj3. I a o hid Largo new Ituau in in tin or tub within to. Vas pm. L. Ismial. To. Vii leu. I Iowa nov. 1 1, 1873 Toun xxx. V. I. M a 74 ulu Llam t lol la. ,1.40 3.50 John mkai.,1. At $ 2. 00 Aviu eat no. I a Lynn. How a i " dirty. A Ifo 3, old Iii. A " dirty. A. Con Al i Tahr. L i my Oats v Loushil. A. Yaffi a Haiti. Tkv Unis hal.0 ill to till. 13 a i Altolee. 1 Kon a onions Timothy Waku plus in 1, i us kit Sekii $ Lushel i Ota Tohm v Llu Shl l i. 10 no u n 1.01 no j. Oil i n @ 0.00 to i so 13 la i Ike at retail 14 Ham w Liioi. 1i. 1ieiis. 10 Del Len Ari l. Or. 8 b 10 i halves 11 Al i Tinikia Puu. Nos 10 a 7i 15 soak a Hajj 1 a la Stoa ii vat in 0 11a Suva he Choice Cuba. 11 @ 12, l Suomi in in Minno it common 110 n 80 a Viii so Choice Star 75 01.00 Suhui 8�? yellow l rep i. Inic la i1 still Llull. M 4 Al j to Cowick prime Ilio As t j w cot a Kkt idiot Vii 30 @ in hide and lkati1eji Jia Kkt. I very Sale l no i l. I. Or new advertise intents. Accident insurance. Us Boived j. R. Stillman. Agent tic trawlers ins. Co., fifty dollars being a satisfactory settlement my claim Ngai not said company. W. H. Monti Cutlo oct. Seth 1873. Comment is i Macc is Spry. Twice. I am making arrangements for buiting a Large amount work the coming Senson and will offer special inducements to buyers for the next thirty Days for wagons and buggies. X have also on hand some Eastern buggies which 1 will sell for less Money than they can be bought for in any Market. 1 am also building a Stock cutters and sleighs different styles and at prices to suit the times. 7 t2 we. Abel. Library sociable. Prices Down to the Bottom. Don t buy util you Call awl see them. A Call at our drug store you want bar Girlus in musical merchandise. Sob we & turks. A bring in your old stoves and have ilium new lined blacked up and put in order at Dunham A i want to give notice to All who Are indebted to me that i must have my pay. All accounts not settled by the Middle november will be left with a Justice for collection. I mean Vii Ness a. Chardack. Oct. 83d. 1873. Read this. Three Good second hand buggies for a ale or to Trade for horses inquire at 3 a or. S. Beatty a caterer Long experience and excellent qualifications has opened an extensive establishment in Whiting s Brick Block on first Street. Fresh bread cakes pics Etc., will be furnished every Day. He also has a Largo Stock groceries both Light and heavy. Lunch can be obtained it All reasonable hours and oysters in their season. Give him a Call. A Maquoketa won the Jackson county 179 majority in a poll 4,300 votes. Pretty close shave but enough for All practical purposes. A the Anamosa Eureka in its last Issue before election heartily abused auditor Cline. Result at that precinct 212 majority for " the Monticello express the same week not editorially came Down pretty heavily upon senator Lovell. Result in this precinct 253 majority for the " Railroad candidate. That will do. A for the first time in the memory the " oldest inhabitant Washington to. Is to have a representative in the county government. It is needless to add that she. Will be ably represented by supervisor Banghart. A there is a project on loot to re attach two townships in Jackson county Prairie Springs and Tete Des abort so to Dib que. It is claimed that the removal the county seat to Maquoketa necessitates this action and a Bill to that effect will be introduced in this Winter s general Assembly. A w. & a. Allen will sell at Public auction at the r. Barnhill farm five Miles Southeast Monticello on tuesday november 25th, a Large lot property including horses cattle hogs farming implements Etc. Ten months credit. J. F. Tousley auctioneer. A l. Hitchcock at his farm in Wayne township on saturday nov. 29th, will sell at Public auction a Fine lot cattle horses and hogs. One year s credit without interest. A at Anamosa last sunday a mrs. Coleman while in a Drunken tit either fell or threw herself into the Lapsle and was drowned. The circumstances the Case Are peculiarly distressing and they afford a sad example the evil effects too freely indulging in rum. A a Young Man named Arthur Hamilton residing two Miles East . Wyoming committed suicide by hanging on last monday morning. Deceased was in Good circumstances both financial and Domestic and no cause can be found for the rash act. He had been afflicted with dyspepsia for some time and this May have preyed upon his mind. He was a Man universally respected by his neighbors who deeply grand it Tuvalu fancy dresses character costumes a music recitations Etc. The ladies Tho Library society will hold a festival at Kin Sclan Hall next tuesday evening nov. 18th. A grand time May be expected. Both ladies and gentlemen will appear in costumes representing different characters and Flower girls will have Flowers to music will be provided by our Best musicians. Fancy articles will be sold by the ladies the Bazaar. Oysters cake Tea and Coffee will be served by the table committee. Recitations May be expected. Ten cents admission fee to the Hall. In search happiness. By j. Mollie. Feel his loss. He left a wife and two children. A in the next anti monopoly congressional convention Jones county will stand third on the list Scott and Jackson Only having More delegates. This in a county heretofore Radical by a thousand majority u a pretty fair showing and one to which we can polut with Pilip. 1 Long have sought for happiness but sought Ulas in vain to find in any earthly Bliss the Joys 1 thought to gain. For. Like the Ignis fatuous in fitful flashes Bright 1 mid Earth s Joys As fickle As that phosphorescent Light. I followed fancy s fairy dream and built my castles fair but soon they All dissolved like steam or bubbles in the air. I sought in Beauty s charms to bask and revel in her smiles but found too Oft a painted mask to cover artful Wiles. The dance though Light and Aerial was Oft devoid mirth its promised Joys ephemeral or dying in the birth. I visited the Gay Saloon and drank the sparkling wine and watched the noisy throng who soon made sport things divine. No alcohol is Distant far from any earthly Bliss for All the Joys it offers arc As false As Judas kiss. Agibin i sought in Wreath and Fame for quietude mind but chased a Shadow All the time and followed far behind. Then i resolved forevermore within my sphere to keep and As i could not run nor soar to be Content to creep. And so 1 sought by honest toil to earn my daily bread and then the gloom Earth s turmoil like morning Vapours fled. Anamosa nov., 1873. From Hopkinton. From our regular correspondent. J Hor Stinton nov. 12th, 1873. There is quite a Large Quantity Grain coming into town and As our buyers give a few More cents on the Bushel than the Farmers can get in Tho towns around us it shows their Good sense in coming Here. Campbell Williamson & co. Are buying everything in the shape a hog and they give All it is Worth besides Good weights. The new Iron Bridge is being pushed Forward rapidly. We believe it is the intention the contractors to have it ready for travel by Christmas. The organs he Radical party arc determined to fix the status the members the next general Assembly who were elected As Nnoli monopolists or people s candidates. From Hie self styled Leader the Iowa press the pcs Monics Register a Down to the smallest and humblest Tho lot the discussion still voluminous by goes on. The " organs seem to to about equally divided half insisting that the " boaters be again taken into Tho fold and half urging that hey be denied admittance. As explained in the Kitaj. two weeks ago it does t seem to occur to these newspaper gentlemen that the consent the " boaters is required at All. It seems taken for granted that out members will Straightway Fly into the Radical Camp once the door is opened. No query is raised As to whether they have any notion their own at All. Tho Radical managers seem to think that messes. Lovell Moore and Bishop Are Juite ready to in go Back As they style it " into the Republican a stranger to rend their culmination would suppose that these men have no political ideas their own Bill Are ready to worship this modern Isaili merely at the invitation his High priests. The last opinion this sort comes from our neighbor. In his last week s Issue he comments upon the position our members and insists that they be " to Ikon Back to the fold. We have no particular with the express for its very polite i invitation to Trio Raml Titrant gentlemen who beat its nominees at the polls to return to its party and we Only notice the article for the purpose restating what our nonce seems to strangely misunderstand. The gentlemen referred to Lovell Moore and Bishops were elected upon u platform principles that was distinctly understood by the convention that nominated them and As plainly accepted by the candidates themselves. The lust Plank is after this fashion resolved Tomt in the nor Rypl Tammi my steal thu credit Mobil our i Vitul urn r. steal swindles Miu Oll Ciul r Nibi 7. Zug Intel Puiul the hundreds other combinations Hli old unit Iii us by which u to Cutlo Imd h Gisli tors congressmen Imd Ollice holders have enriched Illein selves defrauded thu country and impoverished the people to find the Independent action and the importance United Effort unil Oord Lilly invite All men whatever culling business Trade or vocation regard less Pust political opinions to join us la removing the evils hint so seriously All act us nil. It strikes us that after Reading the above no one need enquire after the political opinions these gentlemen not even so stupid a politician As the average Radical editor. Our Friend May rest in the Assurance that whatever also they do our representatives in the general Assembly Are not going to obey the Behest the men whom they have just so frightfully demoralized at the polls. But with charming frankness the express betrays the Gist his article in the concluding paragraph the Llepun Hlibun party will probably need this Winter All the votes it can under the Ino a t t Avorn ulc circumstances control. Without the admission some the anti monopoly Nifon pliers the parly must be to the minority tin coining session us idiot counting any but straight itch us Chana the Republican parly will have in the House but 48 members a or i less limn 11 majority. No amount discussion however will Eullice to Settle Tho i Iii Stii n beforehand. In Tho. Main it will have to be left to the independents themselves. " Jos so Anil it looks to us very much As they " need Etc., " All the votes Etc., in new York. Wisconsin Illinois Kansas Ohio and other usually Republican states. We cannot see How our representatives Are to Benefit themselves by joining so weak and Demirali a party As that led by Grant and his salary steal colleagues. O Kio Inai a stick. 8tw a ii Motu p a in Lair. Jew inst John Martin. Defendant in Iho isl rect Yourl inn Lule town in until for Jones into Ivoe Mui r Turin a. Ii Anvil 1 Zittu or n. Iffla Thorn \ will by on Ille in thu Ollice tint h vol Llic District court Jinca t ounts Lown the petition the Lillan Letl aforesaid Klug n divorce from von Isom the Bon Daof Matt Mon on a count desertion by Yon. Yon in ii so Noi thereto and Del i Iii in Iho term thu county feed stable a Midge Sand Spring. I wait a bargain. Thl sat Good Point for to Niu Pelini i 8uirounded by i. Rich or ruling country with rut Road facilities us flip Oracle a a any. Town in Lown. For terms and a enquire a l this flu to or the owner it h and Spring. La. T. Wh1tmby. Ask for Pyl s baking soda. Me Okkie Home m not Tokuta. Iowa d. A Smith met Proctor. Only Flat Eliu a Home in the Olty. By Utt Aclid. Free ism Oid Iron Tolm. S enter jux Fotjon Joned 0 a i. S. Slow Jim i ref Inlet Complete throughout. A. Hes h Opl Tonton Iowa. 1 l. & St i 1. It. It. Depot. Ai Aromas. Good Luibl Onalu connection. _ a Prystur. To and from All trains. Brown la hotel 1qwa v. Iii. Ltd la a k. L. Asp Ujj clerk. To a nation Tat to " Skau tub Dkl Faim Mon Lonello. Lown. .1. P. Sleeper thin \ h Ihu Mil Ototmo located in to Iriart Llic oily and now the depot Earest the Kiv _. O. 1c. Galien. Cd Nirol Tiara and ii Good trample round i Ai. Slen a Obba ". Mon i a iowi.�. Letor. N a w jew Fey be Monument Houd Tonea mantels unites scotch mul american to Runte. I Ort Lyron Leo 1 Laa Terv Llulu i like or Riillo i. Nind i Laager Cement White hand Iron fencing g. A. Wildly Siil. A main Litick Maud Anat ill sit Reid. a in 47 Perry Street l a a port own. Ulvund u cull heftier Purohi dung else where. Mccosh & Ijo Nahuk i taw you appear t Ulora noon the second a said District court . Loni a Ilc fend i till to be commenced on Ilie Sill Wilny Urce Marr a. U. 187.1, u delimit will entered Afra Luibil von and Jii Disint it Nind decree rendered thereon a a prayed Tor in said poll Olimi m. W. A Kurick ally. Forl l it. O 1 10i a a to a e. In the circuit court the Szulc Lown in unil Lor Jucs county March term a. 1. 1874. I o. Shuhoi Viboit i Luln Llev ii Gulit a Lallum to a Lilly Kan Uckun Dmit. 7to Salil Dufton tank you Ute in Vav not Lloil time to orc la now on Lilu in the Oil leu Tho clerk Tho circuit court . Ronda county Low athe liitle Tiomi thu run to to to Ilio Aba onto owner in tie a Iii i u tin W. U Tho 8. W a Section Iii township i n Lingua West. Still. M., Bungin. Lot county Lown mul is King tint you in Ruiu Lrol to dhow cuii80 Why you should not by Roquart in to brine nil action to try your Viilu to mild urn Long my you Luis a or claim to Iovu in or to mild Ruml a i h. \ lire also notified unit Nii Losa you up Ioir Thoi to mul a Clunie Biffoni noon the so court Abiy the Turin thu Siirid circuit court Jones county to to Noinin Ciccil on thu 2d Tiluy Mii Roh 1874, 11 Iofi cult will Onteri in Ugi inst you Gnu Jill Kment no Duro thereon. L w4 ii kick & w1nu. Att v m for in it. North Cedar stiu5kt. Horses and carriages or. . Me1. I. In d 1 St 1? t Mouth cello Iowa Onice with i r. Phillips South Cedar Street. It not Irinso motion. Riplie Law partnership heretofore exis Liik he Al re cent. W. Herrick and. R. O. Wing in is " o Tlell. C e u 8 a t ? to h. E co l a m w a a a a we l Chi Ultimo Sun. Mith l8 i Ili Varleni Over National hunk. W. Hiti Nicit. Look Here 1 have just established in the Whiting Brick building on first Street a bakery fancy grocery store we to in a term a r or r fresh and cakes Pastley and All sorts fancy gkocerie8. To Lut at nil hours. Horses boarded by the Day or week. Oysters i Zihui Miffy i b a Fiering to Uny met or the country on by govt notice a a give me a. Gal. It i Ransom jul just Pohll a hid n new Eil Lloil in it. Nov a re a irn a l a Britt a l is Rumy on the Raill fill tart \ vol Hora med Liliuo hot or a Emanul week Neh Luvola injury hem Mil i. Com in. Inirio Tunny mental and physical incapacity. Impi a Lenin to Diirr Liege a la. Also Cpl Lenny Imd kits and Sci d by hell or sexual . To pm in it sealed envelope Only six cents. The cd migrated author in Linn admirable Omniya clearly Demon Monteh Isom 11 thirty years big guess nil practice unit the Alann tour Cou a ii fences hell Ali he May be radically cured without danger ii use internal Medicine or thu implication us the Killin i Oulu slim out a Mode cure no once i Inlo certain Andello Clial by Meium which every sufferer no Mulier what ills condition May be May cure himself cheaply or lately Imd radically. 83 teds lecture should to in the hindu every youth and every Man in the land. Sent under Seal. In n Plum envelop a to any a Dreim ii Oil fall on receipt Nix cents or two Post Stamps. Address Ihu Rob Lishers Olin. J. O. Kline a . 5j 1117 Lowery new Vork 1. O. Lox 4bho. 1. Ii. Pizii. Man and. Suh Ukon 1, t Ollice la Wales building 1st it. To. Ii. A p physician Suh Ukon to Iowa. P physician a Stith Aysoy Jolo Iowa. Ollice on South Collar a. A Mon Ipoh m4iniiob m. Moi Tom Moi ii. Ton a to nisus and Colin Klohs at a a. A Miilu i Llo Iowa. Alcolu Brink building., 500, t Lyhl Ute but. 1 a. W. Ii Rick. A thou nov and col ski. O h at Iowa. Ohaco la us Anil Alary univ Nihart Louk. J. A took Xiv Avi couns Lloil att Java Julury Public mul 8ollultor Tho split ill am Liichi Inyim Sochi by to Iii Cut Only. Off Loo Ovi i Cai Lionti i a i Ovule n Hank. Mouth Cirillo Yinwu. It 01 a " v i i l Iii ail li., in. Oil lung m. Moulton a u him 0justice tub a hum nun u. A month Cal i Lluisi in Brick in lung you Flint it 1 ta1i. O1is. J. He Munn m. Isik Plant Tai Ioir Onslow All Wui k War Nuitai in a i Iowa to Geo. W. Elkins 1816 Anil itch Market a t., l Uiol Ihla in. The Only House in Philadelphia making hops a specially exclusively . Send for information As to markets All inquiries promptly answered. Hops hold As ordered by consignors. A storage and insurance not Over 30 cents per Bale per month. Twelve thousand Bales used annually i. V. I uni. By a u 0 t i o n i 10 a montiu10ixo, Yoav a. Will cry to Lam on novt notices and it ii Atilus a Iii. T n Ilum at Tim Ijiri kill Oll Loo. Do mists. J. H. Ixia us d Antist it onticello Lawn. Harms us stalls paint re. O. W. H o1jwu, sign and ornament ii fainter lion cello. Lown. 8ollclt a a till shunt rat. Ron age and Guimil i Lees fam Tysl Youon. Attn Uli heist Isom town orders Niny be loll Al Tiik i. Takun to Enol Lull Al Rolt the Cut has Tau 1. Nun unil in Sulur in nil Kymla Cero Jerl Moil but Loury to warm Nicus Iti All hour. Yunu 1 flu very Tylk Hoard by Tho Day. All Khidhr Olivelt in in i Hun. Tirlok building 1 uni 1. T no 1 Llu Rull Mcmil vac k aus i Ali Cut Montla Ello flit. 10. Ill to licit season by the plate can or Case. At All reasonable lowest hours and p1uce9. At the teas coffees sugars tobaccos and All kinds groceries at prices that defy Competition. you want anything in my line please give me a. Do. Otey and Mitt Ewh. Y our Load on track. I. O. W. P. On i Ioki o Lodge. No 117, Ini Van at their Hull in 81 Lon u building every Mouthy . Transient Brethren in Good standing Are cordially invited to attend. A a. O. W. Hunt n. U. A w. Condon 11. 8. Banking. S. C. pres S. Fai Wibu vice sm., 1, o. Dukk cd Wal Monticello National Bank Monticello jokes co., Iowa s capital $ so too / capital Floo too Stock. Aetna fire insurance comp y a Hartford conn., _ c a e Henry s world s tonic and blood Parl Flor it la the great household remedy plan sent to Tako yet potent for the prevention and cure Dise incs. It is better than bitters cordial Chuchu or Sarsaparilla. Sold by druggists or. Henry s Root and Plant Pilla. Mild yet thorough no nausea or griping entirely vegetables great 1 incr remedy. Mcc a 5 cent. Sold by druggists. Era. Whitcomb n strap. Tho great soothing remedy. Orloo Only 25 cents. Gives rest to Tho Mother had health to the child Eold by druggist. Marriage cultic. Interesting work enlarged edition Cir engravings two Hundred and so to pages Price do cents. Address in. Butts disc try Tabt 12 North eighth Street St. Louie to. Advert Bement losses Puld in the great tires Chicago and a Boston. $ 5,370,771 59. Total Ink july a 1873, $ 5,22i, 0i5 03, j. A Stillman a A Monticello lows nov. Is tests. 0 gloves Stock for a general Blun Lnu Luis less i makes col lec Lonu at current rates exit fungo 0. Lang Wortley w. A. L a 8. Farwell h. ,.f. Hick., a. W. Git Nuy a o. Diter Theo. Suslje u. Cyril Lanir Wariy 8 m. Moi Ilton w. I. Walworth Maud a p physician and surgeon. A Xuoc Over Sand 1 up lug drug store. Ii. W. Ewart d Ealer in i. Lve Stock and produce. Offers to the Public Ihler dealings and Tho highest Market prices. Olsoe at O. Wing s store. Tropi Letor o Al is prepared kinds and will. C. 1 a ii1m, ii in therlean Mill us Sunil Spring. Red to lumber All also keep on hand n general a Short inuit ill plus Lumbi r. Lath Shingle door Julish and Blum is Anil oilers to Ilia Public in big ii Prees incl get added. Those wishing to lurch use any thing in thu lumber line Are Lull cited to cull aim set Belore . N. Ii. Tittle i have for unit on my Ilariu in la Lowland town help top Philadelphia penn., the oldest Stock company in the United states and the company having the largest surplus Over its liabilities. Assets $ 2,276,73900. J. H. Stillman a Monticello nov. 1st, 187.1. 0 a Book for Trie million marriage a private Conn Clor to the harried a r Thom. Bout to marry on the Phy. To logical my a. Torl mind Nam Naiomi a Newl. I tit in Wilu Tho Mimi Date Onalei in producing and Nunn tank off. A i Rinc l a c., two Kindred a n l i jew " 1 a engr a Tingi us contain Mph by info Mutton for thou who in a married or eco Topui. A Rel a m. Till it i a Book that ought " 1 " 1 it " Ali a lace Lea chef and Plasie inc baffle Cash paid for hides attention cheap groceries a Kier l b to p a a a up " in Raj Man in t to Tanh ? r do not. M Muur Whit your 3 Lolo Loui in thu who id Ortli a " a Luck Hemedig Perasie or. Ill or _ not toed u he work. Uni cd. A Kkt i Hui Jwia hum. I pm Autasi and cd. Map cobbling at the l h. Babde1st, fiust Stuert Max ficello Iowa. Just Ubu i tic uni lond. And sheepskins. A Large no. excellent very hug list prices ii Yii Jirld l or c Ali n a and Wuu try produce. Call and Sec us before Trad lug whether you want to buy or sell. C. O. Wing a to tar 1 a bloc and druggist. Kei is supplies. I. T with u Good resort meet pure Druga and Niedl Cloncs paints oils and Dye stuffs kerosene lumps perfumery and i Anoy Brt Lyles " " " and 11 o 1 Ini Illo Iii Scot. Letter Cap ,. Note us Rani i Iii Puni la Ftp error Ink and other Loles Koil by i Uriel its generally. . Books and school boo Job. St a. Tio Iver a Durh m cattle South Chi r it., off Titt the Elrick Charah Monti cello Iowa or All Ages \ vhf Cli i will sell or Exchange for native grades 31 Sam Cal to sub. Wall Papek window shades Etc., Etc., at h. W r i g h t s sos first St. T sort Sade. sept

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