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0ETI4S fAI.lS, MAT 8,1870. Of What'? It in rumored that, there will be no T)emooratic ticket in ftve tMs fill. The pnrty is Adrift ami the leaders are disorganized. Not only Is it true of Iowa, but, with few ex ceptions, of all the States it is the Mime. In view of tlie prominence once held in this country by the party, let ui spend a few moments in contemplating its past record. In the days of its usefulness, it •tood the teat, but 1SG7 found the pnrty non-American in its ideas and it lost its power. It lias to day a nntionnl polities but no national principles. In JS61, American forts !u riuutlierii harbors were assailed, the "stars and stripes" were fired upon. The Democratic parly said it was« ight, and did aid and abet those who were guilty of tliepe crimes. In 1SC4, tile pnrty in its National P.'nt form, said the war was a failure, ana they have by no public act recalled that libel upon the brave men who wist the lie into their teeth. The war ends and we find them opposing the Imnest'payment of the National Debt. They wanted a white inun's government and they opposed the 16th amendment. Every idea, every position they have taken during the pr»it te n yearsbasbeen noil-American, hence their ruin. Their principles were catch words. Thirteen yoars ago it was slavery in the Territories. Ten years ago, "let the Union slide if the Republican party Is to rule the country/' Seven years ago. JleClel- Iftn aud peace. Tlire? years ago, re-j pudiation and down with the black mati who dared shoulder his musket lii defence of his flre side and your «.\vn. To-day—what? Failure, de feat, (K)Ulical bankruptcy, written in letters reaching from Maine to Flor ida. There is a magic still iu the naiue that lends its deception to thousands, but a party without great victories Is like an army whose skir mishers drive (he ci.cmy, but whose brigades fly in defeat. "Dem ocratic principles," fulminated by unchained lunatics, have been empty words. Of the party to-day, what? CoiigrcNhioiial. Iu view of the probability that the re districting of the State will be made before the close of the present Congressional term, the Marshall County Modesty Toe dent predicts one of the Times grand contests this fall, for which the sixth District is noted. In the event of a general fight the sees iu Time* prospect the ponderous form of Col. John .Scott, of Story (ouuty, moving with easy tre»-d over the slaughtered corpse of Hon. Charles Pomeroy. If we are to belisve all that the Times claims to divulge, it would appear that the said Col. is bringing all It Is military skill to bear to gratify his "hankerin" for Congress. He is placing his pieces at all vul month nerable points to talk Scoit over Pomeroy's shoulders, while he keeps up a cross fire from his little battery 'he Story Connty cretionsof these men TUB ttf While we Aegis. aie not prepared to believe all that the Times ailedges, it is not improba ble that thus early in the contest, the wires are being carefully laid. is the prominent trait iu tho Colonel's^ character, but in his teal to serve his country iu Congress he may be the leader of a plot, ev«n so artful, as the supplanting of Mr. Pomeroy. We shall see as time moves on. Oou|[rcNMioual Coavoa* tlon. W# ore Informed that, the Congres sional Convention in this district will not be called to meet until sometime iu August. This we think a sensitde conclusion on the part of the Com mittee. It is generally conceded that Hon. chas. Pomeroy will be re nom inated, and a lengthy campaign would be useless. The place of hold ing the Convention will probably be EMora ©r Wehstet- City. We favor Ki-iora providing a large enough room can be obtained aud promises the hall of the new Fireu. Tire large plaining mill, and sash factory of Gilchirst Bros., at Des Moines was destroyed by fire ou the 2nd inst. Loss $4o,(X). A destructive conflagration in the Wisconsin (States Prison, at Waupon, 01) the 2nd inst., destroyed all the Work shops of the institution, the machinery, tools &c. The loss is es timated at $1-50,000. Tho Biciimoud Dleaater. (*cnernl I t«xms. ICqiinl Iiijuflitf* Af»-Jiiii. —The sugar crop in Cuba this year will be fifteen per cent, less than last. Many plantations have finished grinding, and all will have conclu ded in about a fortnight. now a common Lnited States Sena tor, was once a respectable barlier in Uooneslioro, Iowa, according to a local paper.—Chicago Post. —House has passed a resolution giving Mrs. Lincoln an annual pen sion of ?:"!,00(), to take eflect immedi ately. The Senate Pension Commit tee reported adveraely on ftb« same matter, —A young lady at Burlington, went to church and forgot her water fall, leaving it in the window, and when she returned she found a little bluebird sitting in it ou two eggs. —Aunt Susan says "Suppose all the men were in one country, and all the women in another, with a big river in between them. Good gra cious! what lots of of poor women would be drowned." —The public debt statement shows a reduction of the debt of eleven millions si.* hundred thousand dol lars during A^'ril. The coin balauce is seventy -nine millions the cur rency balance, six tni.'Honi —Congressman Culloni has receiv ed a letter from Governor Shaffer, of Utah, saying that it :a of the utmost importance that the Anti Polygamy bill should be passed, and nothing can be accomplished without it. —The ladies of Wyoming are can vasing for some able woman to run for Congress. Tliat's still better than 'settin" on a jury. We advise Mrs Dr. Mary Walker and Geo. Frauds Traiu to start for Wyoming at once, Governor Palmer of 111., ha* is sued a proclamation offering $1,000 reward for the arrest and conviction of the parties who took Hank Leon ard from the jail in Marion county aud murdered him, aud a proportion ate part for the arrest and conviction of any one of tlieui. —Jeff. Davis has been writing a letter, denying that Senator Cameron told him that if the South went to war tiic slaves would be freed, ar.d that he (Davis) would live to see a negro in his seat in Congress. For ney comes to the rescue and contra dicts the statements of Davis. —A dispatch from Omaha says the war-like preparations of the Mor mons are creating uneasiness in the West. A brusque reply to General Sherman to advance was made by Ited Wiug, the Sioux chief. It is generally believed to be Impolitic. If the answer is delivered as sent it will result in a loss of life that uiigbt be avoided. A Methodist clergyman In llos ton, a few Sabbaths since, while in the midst of his discourse, paused a moment, and in a stentorian voice cried out: "Awake! awake! The best part of niy sermon is yet to couie." The effect, even upon the "old sleepers," was electrical, and the good brother had an attentive congregation for the next half hour. —Abraham Lincoln used to say the best story he ever read of himself was this Two Quakers were trav elling on the railroad, aud were heard discussing the probable termination of the war. "I think," said the first, "that Jefferson will succeed." "Why does thee think so?" asked the oth er. "Because Jefferson is a praying man." "And so is Abraham a pray ing man," objected the second. "Yes but the Lord will think Abraham is joking," the first replied, conclusive ly. Lay Delegation. About two years ago the question of lay delegation, of the government of the chinch being made thorough ly democratic, was submitted to a vote of the members of the Method ist Episcopal Church. The minis tors, acting in their capacity as the conference or ruling power of the church, .submitted the proposition to the members with the distinct pledge tliMt if a majority of them voted in a Mac. the atlirmulive, they, the preachers, Ledger Building 40x100 feet—by that tune, that consideration will be met. El dora would be as acceptable as any point iu the district. Tl.« «oUn,ii» „t us.!.. x- i yet to b*i heard from, cannot over The calamity at Richmond, a.,, oll|tl lt lnay bt s.,hl caused by the falling of oue of the! thut the radical revolution is virtual floors of tlie State House, of which ly accomplished which is lo make ail brief mention was made in last i Methodists equal.—S?a/c Weeks Uazkite, was one of the Most distressing uccidenl. o«curl»« PAISS- A a Iter years, some sixty were killed and has »aen to Ames this week, and mot two liundred wounded. It cast .gives us some information relative to gfoom over tho old Confederate \[\e AgrienHura1 College and Farm. vi ^. .»it„» 4i i .- NV e will give it in his own words: OipUol similar to the days ot war -They'are makinga beautiful place1 timed. Th« building was erected iu of it. improving it all thelwne. I've 1702, aud is now to be abandoned. never seen young people work so ii faithfully as they do. At work ail McFarland trial still contln-'l,ie time, in working hours. Kvery il.i.... I.. i ..:,.. i ues the laterest was only equalled by the insane 'he one it came out «*f, fill it up and ravings of Mr Grahaui. The indis- U Krow" l»i*..rtiiue. w« tUe wleetlou ot 111. I-Tern! ','|l,'""'oUg (j.uu. n. SM™,ukk." f'*r would vote to suspend and abolish the rol rictive rule forbidding such going to an old country wedding, all representai ion. Out of a popular kinds of colored material about thcru doII of three hundred1 thousand "bout w o i i s v e i n a v o o e e form. To make the vote of avail, it isUm?. was declared that it wouJd be neces sary for tliree fouiths of the prcach ers present at the annual conferences The Dubuque Lumber Company's to coincide with thv nllirming two Ihrge saw-mill, commonly known as Monies mill was destroyed by fire |.\st Friday together with a lar^e amount nf himUer in adjoiuing yard. Mill was valued at $76,000. Insured for $16',t»00. thirds of the members. ,Vhile the clergy generally stood squarely up in support of the measure, there were i near still so many of their members that1 lieiuiiicd aud hawed, and didn't know about it btiug for the best, that serious fears were entertained of its final success. Many were of the opinion that t'would die on the con ference tloor. But the cheerful be ginniusrof the clerical vote iu June last—gave new hope to its friends. Up to the present time sixty eight out of the seventy-two conferences have voted, withibe following r*mlt: For lay representation 4,tw7 Agaiuet J,U7 Majority fur lay representation 8.1Mt This gives a fair margin over and above a three fourths majority among the preachers, which, it is safe to say, the opposition in the four conferences IXDEPBNDKNTB, IOWA, May 4,1870. My Dkaij Ssviku Jllul brass therefore, Register. Horace Greeley's appearaneeon fonvard nicely there. it more unbearable as we laid shiver- prest, but he was not allowed to transplant such trees, not larger ^hus wc laid guaiding, watching and »y what he wanted in defence of his '"""'i the wrist, and frequently thinking, leoking into darkuess for Won It if hariUon „„d card explaining his views. 1 he select a tree a foot in diameter. Then trial has been- a disgraceful farce, they dig around i', lour of six feet Charle'sttpencert ignomlniout* with-, fro111 'he trunk, iig down dcej). tak drawal in conswjuenw of his suicid- the wLgtm' haulTt'To el Ielar to the New \ork ItuhjKH' i the spot,, set it in a bole as large as. Tbe M*l'arlatid has certainly been an un- i "The President superintends tlir woul«J my best and abide the re^ formnate man but chicl anion* his vvIl°l« 1 Editors can thoroughly appreciate the annoyance of typographical blunders still, they nil Library, to be given to the town —Lo! we are prone to degenerate, P°s8l'ssan vantage over correspond- ship, Cedar Falls and Waterloo ex a» the sparks to fly upward. Revels! entB v5.e lows "This almighty leadership is some thin* to fight under with confidence and with the grandest faith in glori- Will you allow me to reconsido my decision not to enter into a con troversy with you upon the question of woman suffrage? Not that I love controversy, or doubt your ability to give all tlie strong points on your side of the question, but that I be lieve the grounds upon which this re form is based to be entirely misap prehended by the great majority of tho''* in opposition. In you\r issue of the 22d ult., you s:iy that the enemies to this move ment in Iowa "Wi.1' give a free field that no less." Yet in your verV next is sue you have your "dig" 'n having the opportunity to re- cepted, sending the largest delegation proofs" and correct errors be- to the coming Fair, to be held by the foregoing to press. The last sen-j C. V. D. A. & M. 1\ Association, teuce in the second paragraph of my Sept. 27th, £8th, and 29th, 1870, the communication in your last issue, as delegation to attend the Fair on the printed, was incomplete and mean lug] ess. Your compositor com menced a sentence, skipped a few lines and took up another, without Townseud & Knapp, completing either. I wrote as fol-1 josiali TliomXMn. o'clock, we fell in 2 nith some red devils and killed about ten of them, amoiig»t which were two chiefs, one called Black Bear and perhaps the most cruel of of all Arapahoes. They fought like devils, and tired even after they had not strength left to stand up^ we also killed one squaw, who tried to get away, but no one knew, at that dis stance, whether it was a "lady or gentleman" Arapahoe. We took Black Bear's squaw and lier papoose prisoner. By this time, we were joined "by eight Bannock Warriors, who are friendly Indians, and belong to Washak ie, Chief of the Hhoshou ays, who are pretty good devils.— Tt was a sight to see these warriors painted and dressed as if they were jewelry.enough a» second or third days: Hunt & How land, S. JI. Rownd, A. G. Thompson, Jas. Miller, G. B. Van 8aun. Meiemiy| oils results. It Is a leadership which Murdock never fails and which will bring yurr & Davj'8| about our acknowledgment of the principle of equal rights as sure'y as the King of Kings shall continue to cause right to triumph over might." W. Pierce, S. Wilson, F. A. Bryant, iIrs- Stanton, giving anything but a ''free field." Are we to infer therefore that .you are ung.illant? This is by no means a question of gallantry or championship, but of eternal rijiht and justice. Viewed in this light, it does not effect the mer its of the case whether few or many women or men favor or oppose it,— whether it be popular or unpopular. Of even less concern are the peculiar idiosyncrasies of those who favor or oppose it. Individuals are nothing, principles everything in this cause of equal rights. The great question is. Has woman an Inalienable right to the ballot? Do you deny it? Do you deny that woman ha* a natural and inalienable right to say how and by whom she shall be governed? Not to make this letter too long, I simply open our discussion of the subject with the above questions, trusting you will not give an "eva sive answer." Very Cordially yours, J. L. LOOMIS. From tliu IVontler. Capt. Frank, writing again from Atlantic City, Wyoming, gives the result of hi3 scout after Indians: Atlantic City,April 14,1870. I got back none the worse for wear, though we had a tough lime of it descending and ascending high mountains, 6 now storms in the mountains and a hot sun (which though was quite welcome) in the Wind River valley. We turned out about 250 strong in all. some from Pouth Pass, some from Alaniicand Miners' Delight, and were joined by about 20 valley men. About one third mounted on horses and mules, the balance on foot. The first day, Thursday, we marched about twenty miles under a severe snow storm. The second day to till a In»l«un war flag.Jtnd each a leather shield to ward oil* arrows.— About 3o'clock, we moved on toward the lower valley to attack the first Arapahoe camp, under their chief Friday, but before our cavalry got he moved quarters pell mell toward the m.'ddie village under Lit- tie Hhields, and he also moved to the lower one under their big chief, Med icitie Maw. Occasionally we wculd see few Arapahoes oil the blutl's to the right of us, hotly chased by our cavalry, who managed to kill and seal]) a few more, but still onward we went until 11 o'clock at night, when we reached the Itig Wind Itiver and camped, having made nuies that day. We cooked a little supper aud laid down to rest our weary limbs for action in the morning. I picked out as nice a spot as I could, und was sooii fast asleep, dreaming an old fashioned army dream, which how ever I was not to enjoy very long, for about one o'clock in the morning the Indians attacked our camp. The Arst whizzing of the bullets made me jump, '"buckle on my armor," and grasping my rille was ready for t!ie onset. They attacked at three dif ferent pciuts, one after the other. It first seemed quite a panic, but wo soon laid Hat on the ground in lines guarding all approaches. The night was cold and a drizzling rain made what was coming, awaiting Indians and daylight and by the way it just happened to be my birthday, the 0th of April, and as my mother often told me, I puid my respects about one i iu the morning, it so happened to be just the day and hour. A pretty job is so well done Wrthdny present, I thought, an Iinll- that the tree gives no }ign vf the an bu!let or an arrow Into mj' ribs, larnr.1 ll.eti.lc of ,,u i»» math-r whW.. I tuVre"j Uw.«« »«t cuL peraunum. Sen.- «'ork. »111'understand#it well. suit. Fighting iudians is a plain gu'Sl wen"? i House lill for the abolishuleut "No, 1 could see theui as I up- 'tortured to death In the most ap- the Franking Privilege has been proaclied the College you know it! proved Indian style. I., tb. tfenMf. Jirr,n. to I *rrlv)ir "r urtwn have ix-vu fruit- formed on Avbat 1* trati«i»iriulr CoN«Ri»8 will adjourn Jfjfitt'i Buttttw, Shaw, lican, "ur Red Wing It Y°10 ,1,'Me "!U, or 4tk trf #u'v U wh, 1 1' lte' i "They knew you were there." own brains out tliau be taken and BeUer 1,low about the Ior«* Sprcinl l'roniiuiiin. A friend who has tr.ivelU'd in f'er The following citizens of Cedar! Falls and vicinity agree to pay the sutns opposite their names, forthel'n^ purpose of purchasing an Agricultu-j Best mule colt, one year old, fo.00, by Wm. II. Philpot. Salkratvs at a n,an3*» $5.00 5.00 5.00 2 50 1.50 Ciilkey 4tCo., 1.00 3.00 3.00 12,o0 1.00 1.00 2.00 Total, $35.00 The society think they will be able to increase the amount some more. On account of an error in copy, the following Special Premiums are pub lished again: For the highest bred and form suc king colt, with dam and sire show ing pedigree, 1 copy (2 vols.)of J. H. Wallace's American Stud Book, price $10.00, by Edwin P. Crosby. For the best^bred and form colt, 1 year old, dam (a work or farm mare) and sire showing pedigree, 1 copy (2 the gallantry o. wen ceu o yQ|g Wallace's Aniericti\ Stud Book, price $lo00, by Edwin P. Crosby. Discount.—A J?st of the new flro extinguisher nnd its jjiemical material was had last week in Chicago. The result is given in the Chict»"° says: Journal It conlinns Journal. what we have heretofore stated in these columns, th»k the lire extin guisher aside from its papaclty as a water thrower is a humb.''g« ^he This afternoon was eet to test the practicability of extinguising tires by the process of forcing water through sulphate of soda, anil then 011 to the burning building. Two frame build ings were erected 011 the "lake front" land cast of Michigan avenue and the vicinity of Washington street. These buildings were charged and saturated with the most combustible 1 Itront:iin* 150 fin materials, and at a given signal were both set on lire. One of the build ings was operated upon by the water passing through sulphate of sodaaud forced through hose on the lire by an ordinary .steamer. The other build ing was similarly operated upon by another stcaiuer by pure and simple lake water. Both tires were extin guished in about ten minutes, hut ordinary lake water put out the fire two minutes the soonest. This is simply an expciiment, and it is claimed that when the solution is brought jierfection it will take the In place of the old method. This may prove to le the case, but it is merely speeulaticii as yet. The Fi e Commissioners and Fire Department were present, in full force, and there probably were not ._ far from ten thousand people present fwxrw sri DU^TS H'ANTRB-to lo wUiipss the experiment. Ihe late »),t JUU hsi theF n-tMitumof hour at which thv trial was made, ^tioxv nV •»." ^containing u prevents a minute report. A report of the au'horities will soon bo made and the public will then be advised of the facts iu full. It is hut jusl and proper to state that this wa the United States chem ical engine, and usch a solution of Milphste of soda, and does uct use carbonic acid gas. A I.RADIM. 2s ew York paper of April 27th says: "The sudden re vival of speculation In the stock market is but the Index of a general change iu the tone of business throughout the city. All branches of trade seemed yesterday to receive a stimulus, of which 110 explanation has been ottered, except the sense of relief produced by the assurance that 110 important financial measures, i such as the Funding bill, jue likely to bo passed at this session of Con-1 gress." Tun first gun of the campaign iu this fState has beuu fired in the I'irbt Congressional District. The Repub lican Congressional Convention in that District has been called for June 1st. The papetsin that district think there will be no opposition to Mr. McCrary, present incumbent aud v^ry appropriately ask why the cam paign should be made lengthy. bo Two small sons of Mrs. McAllis ter, a widow woman living near De witt, Iowa, were poisoned on Tues day by eating the roots of wild para neps. In two hour* after eating both were dead, despite the most active aud skillful exertions of two experi enced physicians. This makes two cases of death from this poison in the State tl k* present s ason. Decidedly the Le^t remedy that has ever been discovered for rheuma tism, swooleu or still'joints, flesh wounds, sprains, bruises, cuts and Joiinson 8 Anodyne Llnl- nieut. We use It, and always re commeud it to our friends. C. C. f(»rmerly of this city, has taken up his abode iu our sister City of Htate Centre. Mr. iShaw comes of good stock and is every way a worthy man and geutlemao.— Co., Marnhatt Timet. We take it that he must be ough-bred. thor Tin: delinquent tax list of Fill* more county, Minn., occupies fifty eight columns in the Preston Republican. Tiik State Convention will proba bly not be called until after harvest. It is certaiiily a waste of time and ammunition to hummer away at fallen foe during a long campaign. Is stated that John Morrisey Is too busy with his gambling hell at Saratoga to go to Congress again and will therefore yield his seat to "Brick" Pomeroy. The last legislature required that the school money loaned out in the various counties shall draw not less ible. Jolt if Russkll Youxa has launch ed forth his new paper. As it is (Wto.,) District. reports the following inci- (,ent» for Th'* Jtrpub' which he vouches: Dur- Riiniiner, 8'1f,nt Dr. J. C. Ayer 80me wceks Dresden, in conference with the chemists of Central Europe, where he was her alded as the inrentor of the world renowned medicines that b*ars his name, aud consideted one of tho American celebrities. While riding, one day, his open carriage fell in with the cortege of the King of Saxony, on a drivs from the review. The Doctor soon became the chief at traction and received the marked at- 2 50' 'cn*'on people, who were even more demonstrative in their courte sies to him than the King himself whom they see so constantly. King John, observing this, wrapped his military cloak around him and re clined upon his seat, while our great American medicine man did the honors for the royal retinue, gra ciously bowing, hat in hand, on every side, until wearied by lib ex cessive condescension to this old monarch's people. New Advertisements. STRAYED. IjlROXtho siibm ri r. in Cedar Fall!, White and Ked Cmv more whit'1thanlow*,a rrd. She ie hinp.-d oil tli" left •ld.\ Had on a ln-Il wh -it when nil' wae l.wt itch. Any peiron who will return said cow, ir L'ivc information of her wUurittbuut*, will be •uiubly rewarded. TTTiom To N' EUFUS SKAVKT. Cedar Fall*, Kay 4. WTO. Ctf it viay Concern itirc i* hcri'lir jfiven that Hie owner or thi fnilowini: Lot* viz: .Vi K'ufht ivi).<p></p>Tiraiiy-pute. .l'h/iflon H'ort of the flfi3descriptive #, Spl' and A nf. Tin. Ticfntft-oir. Tc*n1y-tr*n. Ff rli/H)'T»rrntij-«\rfbt. 1, A/riftV fnrly-ntrtn. S'l r'tj-hen nntl Sixty three in to Ihc Tow n of t'eilnr Mill*.<p></p>IVition HUak will flic hie ten !Hirk /mr7. before the tlr't la\ of tin- next Turin of the (Mr-nit Court to held in »nid County, with the Cl'-rk thereof. ii-*in^ the Court to order a vaca tion of nil tlint jurt of ihe pint of PuriHe Addi tion aforrwniil. Oontmlnlnij aforesaid to gether with ihe ujk]thelotsiidjoininp S'reet* and AUty* tlividiiHf *a4 f.'ift. J. SIoCu-RK.t lI '*T :r». Atty*. for titio.if-r. 5*4 S9Q0.™ Wl\TRD mi iu-t iv(' mow. In ounlv ill the stalee. to tr.-nel and vimt'le, lor TKA. '(-KFKK, and '-I'm i S 'i'e nieTiwcwill irt»-e a »nl:»ry $v«i to .9!.' 'Hi aXotir. 1mvi! traveling »nd othi-r c*ii' iife*. and a reasonable conitni-Hion on kiIm. Immediate application* ire Mdicltcd from prop er iriie«. Reference* exchanged. Apjity or adjre** i:nnii'di.-.le!v. i. PU KEU CO.. ••('ontiiK-ntal MiJla," ilw I 3H4 Howery, New York. •paris by Sunlight ana Gaslight. M'lHtrUt, V\r(tttt, of tho ('1 ',»*(*. City of t\ir'u. raviuifii of notftli Plai*"!*, Life nnd Scene* in Pari". Acent* Wanted. Ad dre*«. NATION A I, PililTlSiUNtJ CO.. (.'ineinnaii. Ohio. Chicniro, 111. or St. I/iuis. Mr». lilt KAMtl.V I M: -!,,•!,, Fintli.it, I t',», n rrlhtl.ft, a- i 1-i vKRVTiitM., AUKNTS Wa.n'TRIV Cir cular mid *amt(le Mocking FRKK. Addre* HINKI.KY KXITTINO MACI1INK CO.. Ill) IVabai-h Av Chi 'UL'o. 111. finiS Warranted Garden Seeds Sen- 1- mail to ,-iiiv P. (». in lie- l'n t. Stat.*. ./• s |\7ii to iVI-licitM!-. El). J. EVAN# A CO.. York. IVnn. nUNTEIJ'S(.I'lPR."—The ii nnl." ItKAI, nrijri- 0!K) aolil. Tell* hov lo hnnt. 11 tmpnud A 1.1. aninmN from mink to hear. rut' ?!H.t!i:itn,'*ocrt t*. ltli)ae*. well bound, liver} boy 111 i|* It. PAY. Money refunded i"l trill nr/t K (:ilv a.", eta., po^t-pnid. AdIres* lHWmt (.. Publisher*, lliiwdale. N. II. 1IKM I.' KI.Ki N'l Coiltatlljll^- tile :te«[ jritoil i thiusr* f«»r r»»eitfltto!i. deilaniaticn, school readtnir. tie., hi poesry aii'l liro^", Kenil 8(1 cent* f.r •amplo. to 1*. CAISltKTT A CO.. 't:!ea «. III. Ali"i. "KxceMoc Dlalucjaea." jirf*i? tl "5. 4w mm mm. and that of Good hue county tial Qualities of the Reliable Solf-Raker, Cutting occupics lifty-three col urn us in tii« i i»£. "I'd l-'our I'"eet (with quick motion when mowing. Making a it la the a morning paper, it may properly be called "Young's night thoughts." \V. T. PitKE, brother of Ex-Co«* giessmau Price of this State, hi ai candidate for Congress In the I*a»! Perfect 1jnil»"( nnTai»Nli!g Hook arnt frri for SECKETS OF INTERNAL EEYENUE. The mo«t remarkable book ever published, be in complete exposure of the powerful i raiior.K or ••Hint?*" preying on our '(,» minor opu atari' Jov..rcoufed|I' rimenf I Showing nr all clique* from tho lo«e«t lo the hiiihect, Caoh tt ami 'ongrt**min. n* 'celt syHtein.itic ilepredationx. eon- Hpiracie*. official ci»rrnption. political infltTeiue, patronnsre and wire ppllinjy. A f«arli'f« llixtoiicai work, invnlnabie to every citizen conlninlni si(l pnir-«. by a prominent' overnim nt Uetccllve. Uvr co])ien already «oid. A^etit* wanteii. Canva«.in''book- free. Addr*a W. Flint, 1'iih Ii»l»cr. Philadelphia. Pa., Norton, Max* Chicago, III., oj Cincinnati. O. (i\\4 ACK.XT1 WASTED. 100 ta Month Cl'rgymrn. School Tmch»r* Yovna tnfn anl l.atlU* irnntft to Ctiivi** for ttu Aeic Hook. "OUR FATHER'S HOUSE,"or, The Unwritten Word. Ry Paniei. March, author of the p, p:i! \r Nielit Scene*." Thi« matt 'r in thought ami Ian-j-unirc *hnwK n* ti'iiold rj' h' and heantliv iu tho (irrut ItoiiHi", with !t« r.lcwmin.' flowerx, Hinirin? hirilx, Waving iiin.-. Rollini chni'N, ifnl bow! Sacred Mountain*. Dcli^htt'-il Rivera, Mighty ocean-. Tininderinir voie.--, i*Iazinor beaven^anii vaM nniver-e with c.imitleaa lei::(»n In million* of w.rid-, ami ri-ul* tons in each the I'nnrittcn Word. l!o*e-tinted pap.-r, ornate entrraviii^ and "iii»erb liiadir.^. Send for circular, inuhichixa full description and iinivet«al commenila'ien* by the pre**. iiiiui*tcr« and collefc- prof-.m r-». in the stromre^t pon«ibie InnL'uatrcf. ZF.KJt.KK, Mc C.'KDY A CO.. Ii!i Monroe St., Chicago. III. AGENTS WANTED FOR THE PHYSICAL LIFE OF WOMAN. Twcttlfi'Ulli XliuuMiua uuu Heady. BY GEO. II. NAPIIEYS. M. D, The most remarkable •nrecw of the dfiy. I« •ellinsr with nnprccedented rapidity. It contain* what every Man and Woman ouijlit to know and few do. It win pave much *iifferiii^'. A- the only reputable work «(»on the *in^lc and married life, it l* oanie*tly reeommended by Prof. Wm. A. nammotnl. Pre*!. Mark Hopkin-. H«v. II'v Ward Beech'-r. 5)r- Itn-huell, Mr*. R. B. (ilenKon! SI. f).. I'rof. H. N. Ka-tnian. etc. He in: eagerly eoncht •or. I be AgcntH work i« tsaby. Send Hama lor pamphlet etc., to r:o. MACLEAN. Pnhtt*her. TI9 Sanson Street. Phila Penn'a. nscho.il Sir..,.'. Uonton. Ma*a, r-vt 85 Na--r.:i street. New York. $100 to $250 W paid w to A'.-eiil* t-vervwhere, *ellintr our II :,t SiU'r .Vo-'H Wi i't Clntl,,* Hnsiney- nennnneiit. l-'or lull darticulnri address (itfunn \Vn:t: Slii.t.*. Philadelphia, Pa. C.w-l TO CONSUMPTIVES* Provldentialv my dan-liter wa- re-ton .1 to Tu nlth by simple ni'-an-. The particular* will be u Utiou! Mf'lii-ihf.. RKt ntNE.HouK»i.ow, Stockton St., n ut free. M. OYKRMAN". Prooklyn, T.nrj I-land. Swl rilUK MAOTC C.iMn will chanpt* tiny colored JL hair or beard to a permanent Dlnck or Brown, one Cun-.b ner.t bv in.iil forfl. For sale by Mer chant* and Dru^i-l* tr 'iieraliy. Adilrew'Math Coin Co.. Spriuefieiil, Ma*n. 61m3 The New Article of Food, Farine, manul'actured from pure Irish ]\los8 or Carrageen wliicli will make sixteen quarts of Bb.nc Mango, and a like quantity of Puitings=,Custards, Creams, Charlotte lius.se, tfce. It is }y far the cheapest, healthiest and most delicious food in the world. BAND SEA MOSS FAKTNE CO f«3 Park Placc, N. V. PLA.XT.ITIOX BITTERS. S. T.— 1860—X. Tills wmvlfrrul vt'K^falile restorn tivp is tin* shnrt-aticlKir cf the feeble and dt'liilikitwi. As a tonic and cordi al for the aged ami languid, it has nt» cqtinl awitni^ stomachics. A» a rem edy for nervous \vo \kne5« tn which women are especially subject, it in pii|K!rccdi!iK every other Mtimulnnt. Tn all climntn-i. tropical, tpnijeiHte or frigid, it ncls an a specific in every species of disorder which undermines tho bodily strength and breaks down the animal uplrit*. For »ale by all druggists, 51*1110 J. A. MoELWAIN, A||cut T^IPROVFJI). McCormiok's Two Wheeled Prize Mower, w 2 ASVA3»CSS, A Light Two Wheeled Reaper and Mower Combined. y-. T* ft' XN'FOHMouhl'Menntid •r n- •, Ma-hino Embrace* Every Individual Feature of the Prizo Mower and all tho Essen Fire Simplest, Lightest and Most Efficient Combined Machine now in Us*f Large Supply of Repairs for all McCormlck Machines Always on Hand. I'llICES TjOAV" AM) TEKMS EASY. LIBERAL DISCOUNT FOR ALL CASH I Warehouse and Sales Boom on North Side of Baoe next to liver, CE3D^_S. FALLS, IOWA. Suli^fitclioii Ounrantoed ^i* *10 Ss»nlo I Feet (with slow motion of knifc.i when K.-ap- Reaper and a Perfcnt The Great Medical Discowy!,330083^® Dr. Walker's California VINEGAR BITTERS. 21 More than 500,000 Persons Bear l#*titnony to tlieir wonder ful Curative KtVectf. 5 3F WHATARETHEY? THKY AI?E NOT A Vil.R A N Y I N K 2 Made of Vitinteil lllnihl. proiln t'dbv dciiinsrenieiit of th Mens« Youths io-kf Ss? Poor Hum, WhinX'ey, Proof Spirit?, and doctored. *piced. and sweetened llffHKP Liu'/or*. to please ttie ta»te, called -"Tonic*," ••Appetizer*," ••Itcstorcre," &c.. that lead the tippler on to dniiikenc** and ruin, hut are a true medicine, made from the native Hoot* and Herb* of Cnlifop. nia. Tli-v are fi-ff from nit ohoiic Sth/ni'oi,ti. the' (.Ki:.\T M.OOD Pt'KIFIKU and I.ll'K (iI\IN(« PKIN('lPI,F. .1 p.-rfect Hinov.itor Inviyorator of theSy*tetn. carrying oil" ail poisonnnd ous matter, nnd ri'*iorin!r Ihe blood to a hea!tl»y oi.niiition. No pcrwon can take tlii'*e Hftti r-« cord ins to direction.", and remain lonr unwell. $100 will be iflven fur an incurable ca*e, pifO vided the bone* are not dcKtroyed by mimrat jioi-on* or other mean-. aiM the Titi!l vviii*lcd beyon I the point of repair. or''«OT or ri]l(nnnxttonj anJ7 con ir lih^mwtUm.and ficntt. Ii/"pr wj/f. AVwiM- or Imliqutfioit. HUionn. trnt. ami Intermit!' ut rer*. I'iteft.*?* of Jilooit, lAcfr, A'iihi'-y*,fi ter* have are caused by the«e 7fitthe ami llta'trler. been mo*t «ncre^Hfnl .s/h /H*eu*M u'hleli i^ jrencrally fiitjenhtt Or, 'i is. Clean*e tht Vitiated WoihI whenever von tind i(* impuritie* buftinir throtiirh the *kin iu Pim lilt -i. Kruption* or Sore* r1ean*c it when 'on |ind it obstructed and hlni i i*h in the vein* cfear:*e it when it i* foul, and yonr feelinir* will tell van when. Keep th" blood pure and the health of the *y*tem will follow. PIN, TAPE, and other WOBMS. lurking in the *y*tem of many thousaud*, are effectually ite *troved and removed. tn Billon*. Remitiont. and Intermittent Fever. Ihe*e Bitter* ha\ e no etjnal. For full direction* read carefully the circular around each bottle, printei in four languages—Kn^lirb, QcrOMUi, rench and SpanNh. •T. WALKER, Proprietor, S3 Commerce St., TT. T. H. II. McDOXAM A CO.. rnijri_'l*t*. and (ieneral Asenl*. Han Francitco and Sacrain'Uto. Cali'oriiia, and 82 and 34 oinmeice Ktrcet. N. Y. 54ni3 IWSOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS & DXALEBS. For twenty-five cents you i w so humbugi can l»oy of your Druirjri."t or!"-"-1retilor "^''"-By,!rndfri?T5crntp.illwithwhair,anda ri i iP nr C'lve, by nrocer a package ot oca Moss I of eye* von re turn mail, cc.rrecl picture or vonr hunhand or wife, with imne and date of marrlnire. Addr.-fi* \V. 1"UX, P. O. Drawer No. 'il. Fultonville. N. Y. jwl r,|t "r t«««ban GREAT CHANGE FOR AGENTS! Jo to 1*4(10 per niontli. e want to em ploy a L'ood aLrent" in every County in the I S. on comini'-Hion or «iilnry to intr.irincc am (Inthen Lirif i Hire rorltl rfnon'-if'l I'nt-ni Wh'.tf will la*t a hundred year*. If you want profitable and ph*a*aut em ployment. A(ldr-.-«* H. S. Iln-h & CO.. •terer*. 7S Pi/iii'M -t., .V. tr lii P"tr- r1 LIFE IN UTAH MYSTERIES OF MGRMONISM -i i: fU'vp:.' Ileptirter. BEIXO an FXP'^K of TITFTTt smu.i nri ES, CICHK MOXIKS and CltlMKS. Wtft fVi'f tvfl antlu-ntie hi*tory of PoIj-jra» an.I tile MoriiKJti Sect, from if* origin to the 'Md and inferior works on CAUTION the Mormon* are tirln-r rlr iiil.ited. See tli.it each book contain* 33 1 Be enjinvini:. and 5 IO p-ice*. A KN"1'S V,'ASTFIt Send for Circnlar* .-itid •*ee t:r t-rtn* and u full rlwrintton of th:? work. A«ldrrf«». NATIONAL Pt*BLISHINO CO. Cin cinnati, Ohio, Chicago, HI., or St. Lout*, Mo. VTION In the-Ti cple .Tom n.- !.'-— flow 'i'eaehcri". Student*. Ketired t'lerifymen. Kiier'.-et ie Y Ijirtlex can make $T5 I.) $1V) |er mor.lli during the *irlne and ciimnmr A ropy free. Send name and address to 1'eopU-V •Itn'.rna', Chicago, III. Msa- 1 fim. ]l\ :. BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS, (Jive ti" ft Call \t a Small Advanc i' over MamifiK turcr.H Priced, and Satisfy Yourselves. Tkto Vc«r(«n4 have the RBBKB ATTAt'H.TIEJW licommendat' ho tu Ilxvln? honeht a "Atar Se d"r ami Corn C'nltirator thoroughly aud Lo mv ntire lan»vi»r iru I). GIBSON, 'At 1M1I IT 1 AMI MHS1 Wliituey & Holers, InnMti Block, Corner of Main and Second Streets, CEDAR FALLS, IOWA. II E SEEDER MD CORX (1LTIV.1T0R fOMMMB, Mraafiictured by SCIIOFIKLD i W IS* JIAIfTJFACTUEINO GOMPaNY, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, Proves a Great Succes with the Improvemonte of 1870. You get Two Machines for the Price of One. They are WARRANTED to do flsGood or Better work than any other MACHIUB GET A CvIS N CULTIVATOIi V IKY, DrBtqi TWO Mi!.! SOUTH Stock for Spring of 1870. 8.000 yew old Ai p:o Tree*. Sil.ntio :j 4 SO iKHi i ao.onoi B.OfVi Trnitcimilant and m'i«. K.-.ilv Kl.-iiiiiiiiul (lurrr.v Tr«M. 1.0 .i) St:-. dai"l IVnr IV, .v. iKKi Mill"!- ini'i hirka^.iw Plnm*. 6k(HW CviTL'ri.'i-tis, Nori. .i) Spruri' IlalMSi, 1'!.". .Vc. 10.001) l?a^p!)crrii«. nil the lmrd v »ari.*tloc. Ml.000 Sirav. h.Try pladln, yi illflrri'tit hortK. 10.1X-G Cr .rninl", Chi-ri-y. Whitu (Imp?, Dutcli. Vi'rxnillai*. 1 nt t. ii., I Mower while Perfect 1 p'l:». Red Ac. ROSINS—All tin' lianly irl«-ti(n ndnntcd to out doorftiltnrf. Wlr'-lifl*. Snow Ilalle, niex. lilac, fo- l'hlux'*dXfCooat£.'•K.81IANKLAND. |l M.v, A.*. A llbtral to denl*r«. S tui for Cata logiM. Pubuquo, Iowa. SEED-CORN. Anew an' ,-.I:i:il»'»* rvi.r .r rorn. ripen* n enri? (th» ti- ia*t w-k Aii^nkt) v«i7 pn»llflr. Inr.'c sralu anrl hum 11 imH. «l .00 tMrr quart by imiil. tx»t imiil. E. It. SlIAXKLAND. 4S Xur tiuia. Uuh»|». . The American Family KNITTING MACHINE tti. ]iiilil:.'t.n« u v Dun:! chilli tli. \.. :niut_t U. Ki.it. PRICE, ONLY $23. Tli1« machine will run either backward or for ward with pqunl f.icililv mukeit the Mun- rticb tu hy h'.iitl. but far fuperfor in every rft-pcct. Will knit 20,000 Stitches in one minute, and (lo (x-rfeot work, leavliisr evi-ry knot on the iuvidiMtf tin- work. It will k'l.t a twilr of ctock In^miitiy-l/.t'l III liu* Ihnn li:ilf an liotir. It will knit t'loVc or Open, l'lain ur KlVncrt wurk. with ftiiy kiml of coi'.im' or line w.Htli'ii urn. or cotton, xilk or linen. It will ki'il hiockii wil'i ('.oulile heel und too, dritwew. i-aetc, emiiUiu-' ciipi, comfort*. pur«i'f, tuiiUV. frlnw. nubiai', unrtemli-vi'n. mitti'tm. i^kafln^ caps, l.tmii wieki*. tniiu. coid. i!n(lcili','Vi «. hhuwlK. ja(kt». critdlc I blaiiki't". lt'^'Inii. KUiipcntliirfi. wrint.-rf. tiilie#. tip- tiifti ii work. -Hill in fa-t tin enillivs variety of article* In every Jay ik-o, at well i for ornament. FBO» $5.00 TO $10.00 PER D.i\~ Can be made by any ono willi the American Kiilt tln? M.i. liini'. kuiitiii^ ftorkit. ri. \vlifb e\. pert oin ratoi." can eveu make uion*. ki.iltin fancy work, v. hleh alwayn conimaniln a ready Ktlc. A person can retidlly knit from twelve to fifteen Mlr» of utockin. p'-r di.y. tln» prollt eawbtofcirlil UOt leM tlia:i loity c. n per iS.'ty. A E S Can ^f'll their wool nt only fortv to fifty rout* per pound bat by gettliis the wool niiu'e into rarnat a »mnll uxpcn««, and knitting It into nock*, two or thn-e dollar* per potttid may be rciili/ed. On receipt of We will forward a mac^lu^ wt ordered. i a'mh tn promirt ar'irt AC EXT* in erery MCttun of the I /lit-rl Stuff* anil Com' Uijt. lo tcKotu the mo.:/ !i.n ti t'.tluertn?),!# w',U Of offered. A'1'llrZ.i Amcrkau Kulltlns Tlat-lilno Co., •w-1 Bfwtou, Haiw.. or SI. Louie,Sto 1 »a* cucfd of Dt'ofnc^h aiid .'alarrli by a vtmple and will twitd tbr rwrbit fw. MRS. M. C. l-EOOKfT. lloN^e^JI Ladles' Mieses', Chlldrens'. ou atxt Sprtag fer'lto. put I'r.Tru Tuwittm*. lit. ri i(' CorJhIp^^l.•, Wi#e, Cliieairo. of yonr airmit. Mr. W illiam*. I have pail t'"ininilnr attnitJoti to have It trl- ».ti»fsetioii, and tlud will do nil von GfNTL".**!» i—TfavIug hoiiht a "Siar Sender and Corn Cultivator Coiai.ined. of yocr wri' havo shfou it a thorough trial, on uld utoutnl and on aod, aud fiuj it fio't* tlian tii:'!l« your wart*., Yoitr«, bAMUKI. NKTTI.feTuN Vtv himilar recowai'.-udt tVom the fc.lio»lr.^ nouitd ^•ntKBuc: IIOII AS FKRfiERSMJX. Shell Rock. Iowa. •. JKKOl.AM HN. SHANKLAND .Manafacturcd v i'L'li "VuOD PEWRY I!TIA!#I:E, •II'ilN KUS. KEMMERER & WHALEY, 6ole Agonts, •.«. l'rai. Aplington, Iowii. TII E W A S I N O N Life Insurance Co,, 155 Broadway, New York, CASH ASSETS 0VEB *1,500,000 IXCBSAMUra MOBB TBiX Two Thous»r.d Dollars Per Day •bore all l*me» and J!spen«M. °ft5,e re«r«.flTn I5onu* raid Mi.rtsr.w* tflit llnn-i. ntfe I niietl Stnten and New York Statin Stmks ui|A IV ikW. in compliance with the lawn or the Htato Aew orL. Tlie TToMlilnston In Pnrrl) Xutaal, and divider ita profit* #won» it» po!tcr-hol4«r« oJy. Thvidondu o« MCentrlbntl«tiHan,"ma«fnndrln»tir-at11ttainoiiuttheofofendmej.ttk«p.ijatin ami pnkt unnnnUv -vr year, and upj.llrd to i:i r»am th«! of rtiice. or. ii- ra*!i prewiuaif. lh« upiion of tli- Inctin-'l. 'I'linl tiie W.i*hl:iL't.m a erent U DH. VANDERVAAHT. »0f ik*rticul Putdie Eavorift will be *uet! from the fact tluit llu- bttcitioe nf tlld pa»t year i-ho-.\ n yreiiti-r lnerene mer Ihm o' tha pr.-ei'i-din .' year than tli.it or nnv oth-r Ca-h t'otn p.-uiy, wliile the liii»fnn )f tU'j behllioti' actu.illv IV*!1 off in \VJi l'l'Iirii" IUI.1 Dividend4 non-forf. itnble, with ntii-iirpiik»..d necii:m,imi,]ti(,ti' to I'«dirv Uo'.. t-r- with -'n'.iliiy lh..r.,na:lily tccted duri"a« U« paj-t eixhr year-, the WTmuiotoK uoil. vallrd in it^advaotaye*. r.M'f. M-V.SOX, n for th« We#t. Qika^o. lAH WKIOn. 1^1-e. ot Stntc, Ag'tfor Iowa. fe. & BHAHKLASII Afied, Opfici:-W!*Jt Rryr.nl, Cedar Iowa. KN »T—Ii NIT-KNITr A KNTS W\NTKI evo»v*.hfr» lo dill ibi» AMKiUi'AM KMTTlNti MACIIINK. th- only pnictiefil b'amilv UnitltiM." Mueiiin-over In vent, lYi.-a #45. Will lit.lt «f.n»m -tlth sr«-rniit ni EAddrrMi AMfflUCAN KNITIWO IfACMlXU (la. IW-Mmh .otKt. Losl*. Un.