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Description: Original Notices...

Date: November 12 1873

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Whereas, David LAMBERT, on the 18th day of October, 1872, executed to D.W. LYONS a Chattle Mortgage, upon the following property, to wit: [lengthly description of livestock] to secure the payment of $1,486, on the first day of January, 1873 and June 9th, 1873, and which mortgage was recorded in deed book D, of Chattle mortgages, on page 373, Allamakee Co. Iowa on the 31st day of November 1872, and whereas default has been made in the payment....Notice is given the property will be forclosed by the sale of the property described, at Public auction on the farm of D.W. LYONS on November 20, 1873. By D.W. LYONS, mortgagee.

To D.M. TRIPP. You are hereby notified that there will be a petition of F.A. TRIPP in the office of the clerk of the District Court of Allamakee County, claiming of you a divorce from the bonds of matrimony, the custody of two minor children, and other relief. By BURLING & STOWE, attorneys for the plaintiff.

Mr. INMAN can furnish you meat as cheap as you can buy of the farmers.

Mr. J. TIBBITS, is now manufacturing candies, in Postville.

C.B. ROBERTS, proprietor of the United States Hotel, at West Union.

W.J. CORLIER, Ossian. Will attend to sales anywhere in Winneshick or adjoining counties.

J.W. CORPE. Tailoring. Postville, Iowa.

Strayed or stolen. A deep red Cow, slim horns, five or six years old. Liberal reward. E.J. STEVENSON, Postville.


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