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THE GAZETTE.
CEDAR
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Republican Slate TicM,
J-'nr Governor
1
IS |UAHP£NTIR,
n% |or t\Vb«tor County.
IWMewKwwit
H. C. BULIS,
of Wlnncsheik County.
For Jnfiec Supreme
J. G. DAY,
Of Fromoti owity.
•tn
'h
ilii-i a
Superintendent or Public Instrnctlaas
s
ALONZO ABERNETHY,!
Of iawford u,i^'.
''.Ti.
#OUNTY TICKJJ.
I
Representatives,
n. B. VAN PAfJit*
CICERO CLOS®,
Board of Supervisor*
A. T. WEATHEttWAX,
Trensnrer
tt,^%WHITAK^||:
ukuri*
tii*'
Wrff. BROWN
Auditor
-js. \V. FOOTEiii w
ri i
Uill*
Surveyor]
5AM ES BAt.ll^
r'.ntendont of Cnmmon School*
INKE
a
SMwr'.ntc
W. M. BRINKERHOFF,
I
Coroner
Coroner
IW. 0. CUARD|»
For State
8enator—SStta BUIriCt,
,i( Next Tuesday.
.'The annual election occurs next
Vteaday, aud we truBt that every
^oter, be he a Republican or Demo-
i
majorities, in the county.
w* have spoken heretofore. The
tteket throughout Is a good one and
Should receive the support of every
Rfpubliean. Local prejudices should
not be allowed to di.'ide the vote.
Tbe true soldiers stand by tbeirguns.
Let Black Hawk roll up a larger ma
jority than ever before. To do this
•very one must do his duty. See to
II that your own vote goes iu and
tfcen if your neighbor Is not on hand
go and get him. Remember that the
vote this fall will tell greatly upon
tbe campaign in 1872. Spurious
tickets will undoubtedly be in the
field, as we uuderstand that the De
mocracy are making great efforts to
Increase their vote. Read the ticket
•I the head of our eolums and when
you go to the polls next Tuesday see
tlHit every name Is correctly on your
before voting.
be
uoiminatioiib, if the men who com
pwe it »re not ready to stand by the
Mtion of the Convention.
^This wing of the disaffection is
under the f-pecial leadership of Jelin
Q. A. Crosby. It was the programme
to wait uulii all the paper* w#re nut,
before atiyi ting be done, and then a
few diaaflfceteJ get together iu Wa
terloo, put a ticket into the Held un
der the so-called reform banners, and
then work at the polltt. They go to
Allison men and say, "let's work
againat Van Baun because he is a
Harbin man," and to the Ilarian
men, "let's cut Close because he ia
an Allisou man," and all this out of
puie love for the right. Out with
•uth nonsense under the false colors
of opposition to monopolies. Are
tt»*e men regularly nomiuate.1, more
iu favor of cliques, monopolies, Ac.,
than the men whom tlte bolters pro
pose to set up? We bay to Republi
cans who desire the perpetuity of the
palty to tand flrtu by the regular
nominees. Every man has the priv
ilege to do as he pleases, bift his duty
Is another thin*.
BON. JOHN A. KAHSO*, writes
from Switzerland, in reply to an in
vitation extended by the State Cen«
trat Committee, that he will not be
able to participate in the present can
vass iu Iowa, without leaving his
present work uu finished in import-
't HE
»»its-.
HI*
-"if'',
O) tirirr
Thai Nutiirallzfltfoii Vote.
The Waterloo
aut respects. He adds, besides that: ally to the front, and, with *au id*
With diminution of national taxes, I cfwased majority, re-utlirui ber devo
with redutiiou of eight millions a Hon[to the patriotism and principles
month in the national debt, with the [°nhe Republican faith.
soetje«sful placiug of the new loan at ... =L
A rate of interest nearly 20 per eent. JCIMJE KXA PP, democratic caudi-
leas than the old, it would he strauge
indeed if the people should be4ndia-
posed to indorse the national admin
istration. debt is being
York
As to the Rtate govern­
ment, I have often heard its wisdom
and success praised even in Europe,
as well as iu ail parts of tiie United
Htates. i cannot conceive it
possi­|dredsmillions,
ble that a desire should exiat to
eliauge its liepublicau characlea in
Iowa. It is folly to eliauge the eq«
giiieer who keeps tbe machine Hi
perteut order. tinently remarks that Judge Knapp
..— endorses Horace Oreeiey for bailing
that it is au electioneering game by
the Allison men. Mr. Harlan
would not ceuutenanoe a luovoment
of that kind aud all reports to thatj
eilfect cannot fail to re-act upon the)
parties circulating them. So far as we
oan learu tbe Republicaiin of Black'
Hawk Co., propose to vo4a
tllSr ticket.
Courier
{#ortftr/
FALLS, OOTOBEB 6. 1871.
Liii'-i e
Courier,
r4W4
ry the
2
A i'eople's Tlcke
Ata late hour before going to press,
we are Informed by posters, that a
People's Convention fa to be held at
Waterloo to-morrow, for the purpose
of placing such a ticket in the Held
that will ght all tlie wrongs that hu
manity has fallen heir to. We un
derstand it is for the especial pur
pose of defeating certain ones on the
regular ticket, who are
lias beeu laA
for week# past to make a poMftl
against Senator Harlan on the prop*
(option modifying the laws ofKata*
I talis itios. When ire showed the
transparent motive which 4 prompted
the
the base misrepresents-j
Hons which it hurled against Mr. I
Harlan and unjustne** of the charge
of his nnn-Republicanism, it floun-j
ders and equiru^s, reiterates and re-(Cedar at your
peats for the e'ght hundred and for- he found the
voted with Mr. Bailan and, tpoke
against tbe amendment, but the
Ctmrier
to get around It, saye they
were scared by a lot of New England
shoe-makers. our cotemporary
continues to misrepresent the true
this bill, and for the same reason.—
lu doing so, I wish to say that I do
not abandon any of the doctrines of
the Declaration of Independence. 1
was committed to those doctrines
publicly, and it is ou record, before I
knew uny member of this body, or
ever heard of any of theui, or ever
read a word that they ever wroto
or uttered. I have had no reasou
i in all these thirty-tive years that
have passed, to change any of my
opinions, and I have striven ou ail
proper and legitimate occasions to
I v-arry them out.
1
J. H. LEAVITT,
Of Blsck 11:uvk Couuty.
"This matter came up in the
House of Representatives it was
I in a bill introduced by the Judiciary
^Committee of that body, containing
1 this principle, making no exemp
i lions and no exclusions. The bill
wns defeated overwhelmingly.—
TLen tbe matter comes up heie.—
This naturalization bill comes up
here in another form at this late
i hour of the session, when we have
Slit, will see to it that he goes to the an immense number of important
ills, crowding lor action, it was
polls and deposits his ballot. Every
eUizen should remember bis duty in
this respect and do it. We have
ncl thought but that Black Hawk
County will elect the straight R*pub
llOan ticket, but the certainty of sucn
fcitesult In the minds of the people
MMiy cause many to remain at home
And thus decrease the vote, if Bet tb#
*t
clear and ulaiu to my mind that if
this proposition were moved or put on
tms bill, time must be taken, per
haps the bill itself periled, and a
number of othur'imporiant bills lost.
Those bills are lael we have spent
the time."
Mr. Edwards of Vermont, Mr.
|fowe)l of Iowa, and many other
true and loyal members voted with
Mr. Harlan and Mr. Wilson against
the amendment and yet tbe
Courier
principle" with the
ier
comments on the
Courier
claimed
to
obnoxious to tbe people. The
callreails "all opposed to cliques,
railroad monopolies and 'sich.'
These movers expect to pull the »ool. jjson
o*er the eyea of the people by claim-
ing reform. We trust that there are
eaough Ilepublicaus iu the county
of thelr tlme
Tribune
Allison frieuds are tryiuga|oul jlia frjenj
dodge of circulating the story
that the friends of Harlan propose to
cut the tickets of certain candidates
for the Legislature who aro kuowu
to be favorable to Allison. We do
not believe that there is a Republi
can in the eounty whe would stoop
tosaeh ohicaaery. It is appareut
I»ewru coutrorer-1
are in a peraontd controver
*y. This is riot t»o ntrauge as It
i%
,n
ftn.
Hweriug rather than evading our
question.
We repeat again, doea
jourt-alism meau such base
honest
reaentation of Mr. Harlan\]ositlon'
Klection l)aj and Duty.
Ou the 10th of October, the people
of Iowa will hold their annual elec
tion of State and County offices. In
tii« time remaining, all active Re
publicans should take pains to see
the careless and lukewarm, and urge
upon them th«ir duty to be sure and
vote. It ia true there is no danger of
defeat on the State ticket, or that the
majority will not be large but it ia
also true that it is of vital importance
tite majority Bhould be not only large
but imposiug, sweeping, aud greater
than it has ever been at an election
for State officers. It is
this end that the assertiou that Re
publicanism is dying at the root be
contradicted with tbe emphasis of an
increased majority. It has been
claimed, it is claimed now, that this
says:
un-
Jowrnalistic. There is a "pent up' Republican.
ftiea" bebind the sceues wbich, like1
I "The total uatioual debt is now
but fraction over twenty-one bun*
having been diminish-
To this the Ottumwa
javis
1
THK WATERLOO UU1IH4&
ty-sixth time its adherence to that' broken, and upon furtiier examina
tiine honored principle of "equality tion found rnnny of the timbers
before the law." We stated that i badly rotted. The Board was called i happy
some of tbe best men in tbe Senate together to see what could be done
in the'premises. Mr. Paul, an en
gineer and practical bridge man, and
of $20
Courier
calls it sneaking out on a matter of
Of tbe candidates before the people fundamental principle. We are nor-
is so zealous on a
"matter of principle" a» to mi-Juci*.
the motives of onr honored Senators
1
Certainly no Allison papers in the
tState have this word "white" so in*
curably ou the brain as the Courier,
They must dream over the point
they expect to make against Mr.
Harlan by harping on it as a "mat*
ter of principle." Tb.t
Courier
in con
nection with the Senatorial ques
tion, is the worst species of sarcasm
known in modern history. We fan
cy the Cburi'er would not be half so
zealous In the cause it has, for the
tuue being, set itself up to be the i
champion, did it not believe by mis
representing the true status of tbe
tbe question ae it came up and as it
was leviewed by the memlers of tbe
Hena'.e and House, it could just at
this time make a point against Mr.
Harlan.
That the matter was "eooked up"
for the State Convention we know to
be true. We know also that Jas. F.
Wiljon of Iowa, lugs it into his
speech to make a point against Har
lan and we also know that the
Cour­
editors have been busy circulat
ing said speeches, after marking tbe
paragraph referred
Indorsement to the vote of Mr. Mar-
Ian, but the
Courier
pion so weak, falls entirely to an
swer our question aa to why Mr. Al-
no^
tuW(ml havim thttt ol)noxious
e ungedi The CWeT
gQ
|ot defeat and forever settle a game ^ve
so traiiHparcnt. What are party
^ree
to
from MOB. C. CLMV^
MESSRS. EDITORS*—Allow me to
call the attention of your readers to
a eorreiH statement of tbl* bridge
question, which is now claiming the
(mention of the (justified electors of
tbe County. Mr. Wetherwax, by
uuthority of the Board, undertook i
the repairing of the bridge across the
city. To commence
top cords to an arch
Mr. Courtney, bridge superinten
dent of the III. Cent. R. R, Co., was
consulted. Their testimony vat
that tbe bridge was entirely unsafe,
question M'e desire again to quote and a large portion of the super
from the remarks of Senator Wilson, stucture was also condemned,
of Massachusetts, whose record as an The Auditor was authorized to
anti-slavery advocate is as marked as call a special session to take into eon
Lloyd Garrison's. Mr. Wilson said sideration the subject matter of the1
"I shall vote against the amend-j re building and making, an appro-:
raent as I have against aii others on prjation therefor, and $8,000 was ap
propriated for I be superstructure.—
The proposition for proposals for
the masonry was advertised and tbe
contract awarded before the regu*
lar session of September.
At the September session parties
Interested iu a bridge on Sixth street
came before the Board with a sub
scription of $7,275 as a bonus for build
ing the bridge on said street, al
though said street does not cross the
river and on the east side terminates
at Water street.
Could the Board entertain a propo
sition of this kiixl after the contract
had been awarded to build on Fourth
street? Supposing a moment it
could, what would they gain? On
Fourth street we have to abutments,
worth $5,000. An additional pier on
Hixth street would cost $2,000, one
hundred feet of extra bridging $3,000
making $10,000, or $2,725 in favor of
tbe old site, to say nothing of keep
ing in repairing and rebuilding the
miarep- erties of the people that it resisted
tbe grant of lands, as homesteads, to
the people that it attempted to repu
diate the debt and violate the faith
of the nation has persisted aud still
persists iu the attempt to prevent the
year will show a significant fulling ]awSi secured a remedy efflcieut aud
off in the Republican vote. The hope
id father to the alHrmation. Out of
thiH year iu Iowa, the Democracy
bave no hope of gaining anything
any more than lire and fuel for the
greater struggle next year. Jfthey
can enter upon the Presidential can
va'is with the rallying cry that the
strongest Republican State are falter
ing on tiie liue, and falling back trom
tbe old battle front, they will have a
slogan whose bugle toueu will revive
the despondeut hearts of their disor
ganized legions. It remains, there
fore, for Iowa, the leader of the Rad
ical States, to again march majesli
e
pie, and the suppression, by law, of
mob violence in restraint of the free
i dom of apeecli, tifft freedom of tbe
i ballot, and the security oftheciti-j
Izen. I
Choose between these parties and
S the men who represent them, and
I who are the candidates for your cnu
i fideuce aud favor. i
The people are everywhere coming
to the support of the present honest, I
necessary to i successful administra-' proprietor lives at
tion of the Government, and of those
great measures of uaity, peace and
anrieaty which have perfected the
Constitution, placed every citizen
uuder tbe abetter of tbe nation's
MiebigaDi
Courier
per
also in his
hostility to Grant's re-nomination.—
Why tben should be dispute Mr.
fireeley's figures?
ed fliat Mr. Harlan was attempting flections at large
to throw the vote of Johnson Coun-
the
of the Democrats
1 in /^iviAl1 Irs farrv a NanilaiiSnl
iu order to carry a Senatorial dele
gatiou, the Iowa City
Mepubliean
promptly knocks all such silly nou
gense in the head by the following
statement
We saw yesterday a letter just
I received from Senator Harlan by a
friend here urging all Republicans,
in the most direct and forcible man-
ij_i_.LiL.il i i iner, tt» support the regular liepubii- i allowed the tumbling rod to become
The State Heguter nod Waterloo,
cuJl
iu
Journalistic. There is a "pent up'Republican. chine could get to the fire, to exting
tji
Baiujuo's gUeet, "won't go down.'***! Vers the str^gbt Repabitcastiek
Ttierefor« the eff*»rv«»aeenee. next Tiiftdav.
4
MinnesoU, New Jer-
aey, Texas anp Wisconsiu New York
will lose three, Ohio and Peunsyl
vania two each, and Kentucky one,
while the New England Btates will
probably lose six in all. Some two'
or three States will gain an addition
al member for the large fractions they
may show, wbioh cases will require
TH* Allison papers having uli' tbe action of Congress to authorize
Mu. E. B. Wilcox, who
miles east of Steamboat Rock, Her
din county, lost by fire, ou Saturday
last, his crop of wheat and eats, and
o
other property to the amount of $1,.'
300. He had just commenced to *i
tbreeb, and the machine had leen
this County, without: covered with loose straw, which a
i
Harlan—He is a true man it rid at
roe |fore ™en at work around the ma-
coup,lug «, #re, .n,l be-
nisb it, the Hamea were beyond their
eootrol, and the machine a&d Krain
were entirely destroyed.
THK Eidora
and some few cents? oftheotb(r
have superintended the repairing of
old
the old bridge, advertised and re
ceived proposals, awarded contract,
made arrangements with the 111,
Cent. R. R. Co. whereby tbe Coun
ty gets a discount of 2-3 percent, from
frej b| m()e arra e.
ments with the Bank of Waterloo,
whereby they agree to carry the
Bridge Warrants to the amount of
$8,000 and furnish tbe money, need
ed to pay for masonry, uutil the
money can be collected from the
bridge tax of 1873,
As to the proposition for an Iron
superstructure, I would say the
Board were importuned by parties
from all parts of the County to put,
up an Iron Bridge, consequently we
submitted the proposition. It is a I
iquestion for the people to decide!
whether It Is economy to use iron or
wood, and re build in five or six,
year*.
C. CX.ose.
Look out for Spurion* Tickets next
Tuesday.
The Case Summed Pp.
Hon. John A. Bingham, of Ohio,
in a recent speech concisely stated
the whole east la summing upas
follows:
"Of the Republican party it ha*
becume a iililory that, under God,
to, aud making i it saved the nation's life, vindicated!
margin—aud all
l,K'supremacy
thiH uuinterested vindication of that i provttied new and efflcleut guaran
"principle shute" gotten upexpreaety teen for IIH future safety, promoted
for the occasion. We answered the i the industry of the people, reduced
and gave udmistakably an
er(y
°f the Constitution,
na'i°nal
for
accomplish Homething
advaueeJ the puh-
I lie credit, established justice and lib-
a||( an,j
word
editors are
questions we would
ttUppoft«d
they would have oc-
settle*! by treaty our
finding its chant* grave pending controversy with Eug-
laud on terms honorable alike to
both nations and to the spirit of the
age.
Of the Democratic party it has also
beoome history that it sought to na-
erty that it organized or aided State
secession aud armed revolt against
the Constitution and Union that it
denied the right of the people to co«
erce seceding States or defend the
Constitution, that it resisted amend
ments to the Constitution essential
to the safety of the Republic and lib
JYibune
ha» the fol­
lowing census item: "We have in
formation of rather a singular case
of birth, occurring in Union town
ship, on Saturday evening last. The
lady of the house arose, descended
tlio stairs, and in attempting tore
trace her steps fell, screaming and
arousing her husband, who came to
her aid immediately and found a
bouncing little babe awaiting him,
over which he is proud as Lucifer.
The mother and babe are doing well,
everything passed off quietly, no fuss
nor physician, and all concerned are
"Hoyle, the apostle of whist, vn«
der the old dispensation, is said to
have divd full of years and honors****
N. Y Evening Pott.
"This is not true, he has merely
fallen asleep, waiting for tbe last
trump.-—N.
Y. World.
"Wonder if the grave diirger held
a "full hand" of spades \—Louisville
Courier^ Journal.
''He doubtless met the deuce wtlh
a grimace.-
Jiunington IJawkeye.
But no on dare order him up.**
pajpere in PeteHK
A Democrati
burg, Va., says: "if the flood had
occurred in »he lime of Mr. A'exan*
der H. Htephens, we verily believe
that during the thrity-ninth day's
rain, he would have oeen seen
astride the rid^e pole of the Atlanta
•S\m office, holding a faded umbrella
over his head, drawing uphisdi
minutive legs to keep tbe surround
ing surges, and calmly inditing a
ten column editorial to the people of
the late Confederacy, to prove that
the shower was null ani void, and
the flood a matter to he resisted St
ihe ballot-bcx."
THERE arrived iu Council Bluffs
on Monday, eighteen car load9 oftea.
Tuesday thirteen more car loads ar
rived, and yesterday seventeen
more, and to-rlay nineteen more will
arrive. This will make a total of one
hundred aud eighty car-loads of that
commodity arriving in tins Bluffb
since the 1st of Hept.
W. F. MrCARRoN, tbe temper
ance lecturer, who was assaulted and
beaten, at Maquoketa, last sprint
by t\ve saloon Keepvts, has just re-
exTr. on "£T £H2S
street. ja^ksou county. He sued for $o,000.
What has theBosrddOMthst thoy The assailants are under indictment
should incur the enormous expense »Btl yet to be tried for the crime, uu
„f4,w
rrhey
„. s ieBR the four left follow'the example
am, rnn
Mirror.
****.--Avon*
THE Burlington
Hawkey«
THE Minneapolis
...
,.. i restored the unity of the Republic,
Hays the Charles City
aud peaceful for the vindication ofi That ought to be enogti to cause the
every right and the redress of every
wrong decreed that no Mate shall
hereafter tke or enforce any law!
which ahall abridge the privileges or)
Vote the Straight Hepubliocm Tick«0.
Is'o action having been taken by
Congress at tin last ite«4iou on the ap
portionment question, tbe Secretary
,, of the Interior will, under the laws
date for Governor, denies, in his
cam- ,, ,oco i »i ..
of 18o0 and 1862, make the aiiiiorlion
paign speeches, that the national ,,
.j ment called for under tbe census just
reaueed. me The number of RepreeenU-1
tives will be two huudred and forty
one, giving teu additional to the!
slave States, two each to Illinois and
ed by 252,000,d00 since Gen. (Jrant'sj Missouri, and oueeach to Iowa, Kau-,
acoession to thP Presidency." I
tbiaks
"Theodore Tilton is crazy all round.
In the last issue of the
Golden Aye
he tells his readers that the 'natural
leader of the patriotic young men of
the country was buried in Mr. Val
landigham's grave.' But then, after
tbe Woodhull biography, there is
noibiug too absurd for Tilton to say.''
A Wisconsin farmer easily cured a
baulky horse. He put a log chain
around the beast's neck, hitched on
a yoke of cattle, requested them to
"haw, come up bright," and they
came up bright! Tbe horse's head
came off and his hide ia ft
cheap.
THE eyes of tbe people, everwhere,
are just now, turned toward Utah.
Brigham Young ia under arrest and
the test is to be made as to whether a
man, in this age of civilization, can
live with a» many wives as he choos
es with impunity.
—lira. Biinan H. Anthony writes to
the public that if ahe knew General
Butler were to run for Governor of
Massachusetts, she would fly to his
rescue at once, and ptump tbe State
from Barnstable to Berkshire in his
behalf. Whither he goeth she
would go.
Tribune say»
the
track of the Northern Pacific railroad
will be finished to Oak Lak£ by the
I5th of October, and that the road
will be In running order to Red Riv
er, it is thought, by tbe middle of
November.
IT is positively alleged that a war
rant has been issued for the arrest of
Mayor Hall, of New York, ©u seri-
ous
tiooaliye slavery, and demoralize lib- and also that "BOHS" Tweed and oth-
charges of malfeasance in ofllce,
era of tbe Tammany riug will be
likewise arrested on similar charges.
Intelliytncer.
'•There are in this School District
twenty^one
married women aud
"We prefer the accidents."
A
arre8t of mmt a mfiU
two
married men who are still of school
age, that is under twenty-one. They
believe in marrying joung in this
town."
o i BUTLER NAYS that if tbe people of
enforcement, by law, of the onsti- ...
tution, and of the rights of the peo- **as8®cbusetts will elect him Gov
ernor he will prevent any railroad
accidents in the future. To which
the Springfield
Republican
Mi«:
1
—A Are broke out.iu Older's Circus,
at Baraboo, WiMeoDHin, laut Weduee
day. One tent was destroyed togeth*
er with forty-five horses. The pro*
iodepeniMMM io
tbia Btate.
BBIGHAM YOONG has been arrest*
ed in Utah, by tbe autboritim, for
co-habitlng with sixteen wives,
Stmtc heyuter
immunities of the citizen, or deuy to, elufg rant family liaving eleven ehil
any person within its jurisdiction the
tjren,
equal protection of the laws, and
charged the Republic with the duty, I
aud iuvented it with the coustitution- Vow AH0AT11
a', power, to establish justice, aud Re- X_
cure the blessings of liberty, for this rrz:
time and all time, for the millions of
the living present, aud the millions
of the future.
meuikms aa
all under nine yearsold.
ATItA
ti. T. JOHNSON,
A tTOBNBV a COl NCEUOR AT LAVf,
im. Notary Public and Collection Agent.
OSM
in Exchange Bank. Parkersburg,
FARM II
Valuable Piece of Property
I offer my
Homestead
i
High
8t«tt
with
BrwtW
Mae
..
in Mt. Vernon Township
for rale —16© Acre* tor S3& p«r ten,
The Property l» In
a
of IQultlvati^n
ail
the
o put np i!'W buildings in place vf those burned
by tbe late fire, to be In possession of all the im
provements and convenienets which can only
be
'iy gained years of toll The farm Is nearlv snr
ronnded by Willow aki Ki^t Bailan,
beantitol Grove
YOUNG ORCHARD
1
running but a few miuutes. The
threshers, as is too often tbe case,
.thaattisrtftsa. IkwrnmlM,
LAB0B AND MONEY
Isat It 1*. ai
to make the placc what It
aeqaalnted with th«
anyoaa
e y WWIH cneepi
i Weeks,
aad 1 refer
Unwas I sell within
ajfain and rebuild
all
to
as to its ch«apiutaa.
eeks,
!7!?l
I shall go
The firm la located Nine aad
I
shall
go
all M-lt s from Cedar Palls. Enquire of
WILLIAM WINTERS,
to MT V Kl N-N roWN'^Uir-
ARRIVAL OP
FXtL HID WHITER STOCI
O
GEORGE SAHTfit,
The Live Clothielv
Mm
••Ttrta'i Bt*ii
AB FALLS,
^simrtito or
M'«»»«, Voutte' and Boys' CLOTH'
TNO% lfat«, Caps, Under­
wear, Trunks, Valiee*
And eepeehtlly a Large AMortment ef
Extra Large Size Clottthtg
Ult whkfe IMkt ibrtatlal
Lowest CA8H Prices!
y. i." mom
WfTEREAS.'Ni
AND VlCII^fi¥
Are cordially iuvtted to cell and examine my
•fork bt lorf piircha*int' elsewhere.
CONSTABLE'S 8ALB.
STATE OF IOWA, t„.
Black Hawk County,
I* 'Vet*on and Tbtrnns Joger-
eivon on the as ditv of October. 1S70. exe-
di' ivrreil to It, M. Camrron a Chattel
(iafed OD the 19 clay of October. 1*70.
following descrihed p«-ional property.
ciitfd
Mortgat'
upon th
to-wlt:
One B« Horse sev«n
yeaxt
old, one Blark Home
nine yenr* old, one Shnttlpr Lumber Wagon, one
sptt of Pontile Hamcfc. one Plow, one Kraic. tine
pair of Hob *-i'•'!•», to secure tlie ijayment of
on tbe t-tdn.y ofOctotwr, A. I., 1H71, and
»ald Mortgage was duly recorded in the ofBre
of the Recorder of de^d* in, and for Rlark Hawk
County, Iowa, in hook ti, ol «'hatt^l Mortpagep,
on Page fS, on the Iwtday of Man h, 1S71, at 11
o'ekx k, A. A and. Whereat, Nel* Ne!*on and
Ranmuf .Ioger*on have not mad*' payment of the
money secured by said Chattel Mortfraee.
Moir, therefore. Notice t* hereby given, that In
paraoani of the statute* in fuch eae« made
provided, the isld Chattel Mortgage will he fore
cloned by a sale of the property therein'depcribed,
at public auction, at the comer of Main and Sec
ond Ki.reeti», in the City of t\dar Fall*. County of
Black ilairk. Slate of Iowa, r,u the I'.tth day of
October, A. D., 1S71' at 10 o'clock A. of naid
dsy or
to
much thereof. u« rtia!) he. necesn&ry to
iatiffy the mm of wilh Interent. coct* and
ex^iwta. of aaie utictt. Lite tame ahaU be aooatu:
Dated at Cedar Fall*, thli SS day of Heptenber,
A. D., 1871.
B. M. CAME
BOS
•T. J. Korea, table.
Mtate of* lowit.
flFY THE GOVERNOft.
A PROCLAMATION
For the General Election,
October lOth. I NT 1.
Second Tuesday of Oct., It7l,
tins following offices »re to be filled by vote of
all the electors of the
The office of Governor.
The office of Lieutenant-Governor.
The ofllce o] .Judge of the Supreme Court, to
Sll a acancy occa«ioocl by the expiration of UM
term of Jams* G. Day, wAtch will occur Decem
ber Mint, wfl.
The office of Superintendent of PnbKc Inatruc
tion.
Whereof, all elector* throughout the State will
tak" due noticc, [and the Sheriffs of the xeveral
counties will take official notice, and be governed
accordingly.
And I do further proclaim and cive notice, that,
on the day of naid General Klection. the offices
named hej.w will be flll«d by vote of the electori
of (he oeiera! dietrlet* i'id c'rcnitu mentioned
reapeetive'y
The office of District Attorney of the Fifth
Judicint District, to fill a vacancy occasioned by
the re»ienation of C. H. 'iatch.
The office of Circuit Judge in and for the first
circuit of the Eighth Judicial District, to All a
vacancy occasioned by the resignation of William
K. Miller
The office of Circuit Judge iu aud for the ftr#4
circuit of the Twelfth Judicial District, to fill*
vacancy wcaaioned bv the re*ti{iiatlon of orjre
W. HuAdick.
The office ot Senator in the General Aenembly
from the "l"hlrteenth Senatorial District, to All a
vacancy awed by the resignation of Auguntue H.
Hamiltnri
The office of Senator iti the 0wr*l 4*«emhly
from the Thirty fifth Senatorial District, to till a
vacancy caused by the death of M. Muikern
The office of Senator iu the General Assembly
from the Thirty eighth Senatorial District, to 1111 a
vacancy caused by the resignation or George W.
CoiM'h.
The office of Senator jn the General Assembly
from Uie Forty-Second Senatorial District, to All a
vacancy «nsed by tire resignation of Henry C.
Buli.u.
The office of Senator iu tbe General Assembly
from the Korty-fourth Senatorial District to fill a
vacancy caused by the resignation of Emmons
Johnson.
Whereoi all the Electors throughout the
diatrkt» and circoita designated will take due
notice, aii't wheri-ot tie SheriflV of the several
comities therein will take official notice and be
governed accordingly.
IN TESTIMONY WHKHKOP". I have hereunto
aet my hand, and caased to be affixed tht) great
of the SHait of Iowa.
Done a$ Des Moines this eighth day of Beptem
ne thousend eight ban
of tbe State of Iowa the
tfca
a
per. in the year .f Uird one
dre'. and Seventy one
twenty fifth, nnd of the Independence of
United States the nlnetv-iixth.
By tb* Governor1
BAMtTBfj
ED
WM«R,
Secretary of State..
STATE OF TOW A, I
BIa k Haw k county (m
In compliance with section
496 of
The offices of two Representative!? in the (ion
era 1 Assembly.
The office of County Kupervlaor.
The office of County Treararer.
1 h. office of Sheriff.
tu t.tflce of County Auditor.
The office of County Hurveyor.
Tii" office cf Coacty .Superintcafsst off CMHK
men schools!
The office Of Coutr Coroner.
Whereof, all the electors of the conntr, WiM
take notice.
v I Sheriff of
Iowa.<p></p>SUE!
Will at
tend all the Courts in Butler and Grundy Conn ties.
W. F. BBOWH,
Black Hawk County Iowa.
Mexcliaiit Tfliloriiif.
ir. wvrH.
rr
HESCHAVT TAIL0E
s4
4
Cedar fall*.
constantly on hand a fsR ftne of
Blaok Olothe, Do* Sklna, Blue
and Medley Olothe, Gmulis
Harris Caeeimerea, Ae
Aiso, aii excellent st ck of
tf (IS FURUIIG C000S
All of which he will dsiKNte of Sit the
Lowest Living Profits.
SI
iuiproveinenta of Feaces, Grovoa,
Shrubbery, Fruit, etc.
The Purchaser will have nothing to do bat
J.
WYTH.
N. Bi-s.No fits Mo Bale.
CL0JHES WRJ^GIR.
fnss Rtdue*!,
No. 1,10 inch Wringer, $7,150.
Every Machine Warranted.
The a bore is the canto price for macbinnaat tht
THOMPSON A CO.,
shop. For Heir hy
The New Disinfectant!
IQWa TllDKSi
I* the ptace to^o^and_you_win jlnd there
•m I AROI ASSOTITMENT of
umiiH
RKADY MADE
IN BLACK HAWK COLHTY
BfiOMO UlLOlULliL
MM.RMSONOITS, OBRILKM, I
POWERFUL
DE#DORIZKH MSINPBCTAlfl^
KNTIKKIA II Mi MI.ESS AN'D SAFE.
AHKKSTS AND PREVENTS CONTAUIO*.
I'sed in private dvivilifurs, hoiel*. rpsuuraata,
public schools, hospitals, Insaaa asytnmn*. dis
pensaries. Jail*. prisons, poor-houses, on chips.
«i In t*n»'m«nt hotiup*, marktete,
for watT-o)onet», nrlnalo, »ink*. upwer#. ceM-
Btnblf*. Jtv. i
A
i
i all contagion* and pttftlential
a* tio!era. Uphold fever. «htp fc*«r. *nuill-&U-:
pox. cfnriol 6»ver, mca*Ie«. of nnlmal*,
Ac. Pwptuvd OII't by
A.
O., U« WIIlain M.tIf.V.
BoM by all iru^rtrintf.
Fruit and Ornamental
F0E AUTUMN OF 1871.
We invite thf attrition of Planter* aad DMIMS
to our large and complete slock of
Standard and Swarf Frnlt Trrrn.
Grapm, Vln-« and *mall Fruit.
Orii»mental Trew, »hrnh* A Plant*
•Vffr Miitl Itarc Fi nil A Oriiam. ntal
TrtM.
Rulboti* Flowrr Root*,
Dfneriptiw anit II'nrpriced Catalogue#
sent prepaid on ni'eipt, of stamps, ft* follow*:
No 1 Fruit*. lOc. iNo Ornamental Trwa,
lOe. S.3— Om'ti-hoiwc, lOe. No, 4 Whole
sal«*. flree. No.fi Bnlb*. free, Addrf-s
BLLWA^KiER Ac BARKV,
1840. RufhMtfir, N.
*.
I K I E
XX FLINT CLASS V
Lamp Chimneys.^
Stand beat bflter thantBrotkcr made
A*k lor D.thri.lgc'h and tak- no other.
See that our name I on every box
OITHRIDCE A SON, Pittsburg Pm
(TSend for Prlre LU(.
COOTEESS AR£?nc7
The 1K8T wlater 0TBK810I
NO BVCKL18 to break!
10 TBMJBL1 tspatMl
Neat, dented, Styltah!
ASK Y0VK SB0E DKillK fOft IT!
ST, LOUIS U* SCHOOL
Tbe regular annual term of this 141 S liool
will open on Wednesday, October 1Kb. iti71. Full
course, two terms, six'months each. Stndenta
Htlmined to the -enlor
CIHSS in
exsrainntion b»
application on or before October 7tb. 1HT71, Tnf
tion fee. fttO per anunm. inclndmjr n e of libmy.
For par Irular* sddre- s
C. M. STEWART,
ACTIHO D*AN or LAW FACC1.TT,
SOS North Third 8tre««, M. Uals, ffa,
#:«). We Will Pav
A4 r.ts $30 per week 10 sell or.r j^reat and valua
ble discoveries.
If
you want permanent, bonora-
niea-i-nt work, apply for particulars Ad
dress DYKK ,t Iaekcor,
THE CURTAIN RAISEDR
How it ia done, and who does it. The Alena
Book. 199 pages, goreeonsly lllmtrated with cuts,
positions,
Ac.
Sent by mdl, securely sealed, for
Ms tents. Grand Circular, free. Address
NATHAN STEWART.
688 RKOADWAY, New York.
BAND LEADERS
For soine' hinc inle^tin.-. t. I tour add-e-4 fa
6BO. W. fcATKX, Cranklori, N. V.
Agents! Read This!
WKpet
VVII PAY At KNTv
A
u-rek
«rn
y.fino
TO LAW. 1, SAMUCL MKB-
KILL, Governor or tke State of Iowa, do
hereby proclaim that at the General Blection to b«
held on the
STATE Of IOWA, I
Black Hawk cowrty.
Rtftolred.
sALARY of $S0
ar.d e.\ttenne», or allow a large
commission, to sell our new and wonderful inven
tions. Addreaa M.WAt.NKIUkCO..Marshall.Mich.
UtTnly-A WnmA« Wi«h onr BNGRAV
JaLa,KG money INGS. I-MSU MO
i" •fti' Samriek *entwnost paid for 85 cent*.
SANBtUCN A CO.,
And all kinds of Ixteks, Keys. Pocket Knives,
Table Cutlery, Parasola and I'mhrellaa repaired
at the New Gun Shop »f B. A. IWlf^GKM,
two doors east of the Po»t-t»Bice ,C«dar Falls,
NOTICE TO RLECTOItSa
OmiUp AttdUor
WHKRKAS. The Board of Supervisors of said
comm, at the September Session. A. D. 1871, of
•aid n vard, adopted the following preamble and
resolution, viz
'•WHEBIAS. Owinjj to the decayed and precari
IIUM condition of the bridge across tbe Cedar rivar
at Waterlon it l-.'ui become a presHtu^r neceHsity
to rebuild the Mine immediately and whereas the
Board of Supervisors are not uHowtd by Saw to
appropriate more than twelve thonvaod Jotters for
any one bridge and whereas the Board hav»
appropriated eight thousand do'.lar* for retiHilding
the masonry of said bridge. It therehy becomes
ne. essary to submit to the qualified electors of
Black Hawk C*untv, Iowa, a proposition to vote
eisriilten thousand dollars -a sum sufficient foran
Iron superstructure for said bridge. Therefore,
be it
That at the general election to be held
on the second Tuesday in October, 1871, the
question shall TH submitted to the qualified elect
ors of said county, whether an appropriation ol
eighteen thousand dollars, or so much thereof a?
maybe ncceamry. shall be made and expended
for'an Iron superstructure for the bridge acri-s
the Cedar Itlv r, in the city of Waterloo, ami
whether a tax of three and one half mills on 'n
dollar shall be levied on all the taxable proper'v
of the County, in the year for the paynv-nt
of the -money so appropriated and expended,
and the Auditor is hereby directed to give ie. t!
notice of the submission of said question.''
K°w, therefore, notice i« hereby given, that at
the general election to be held in naid County, on
the second Tuesday of October. A. D. 18T1. the
question of Irvyinir a tas of three and one-half
(3^) mills on the dollar upon the taxable prop
erty of said county, for the purposes set forth ltt
the above preamble and resolution, will Iw snb
mitted tu the legal votcra ol said County ss re
quired by law.
The manner of voting upon said question shall
be as follows, namely
Those voting In favor of making aaid appro
priatlan and of levying said f»x snaM hare wrft
ten or printed iifHiri their ballots the word*
CALL and
i .i
the rwvlaed
aUtutcs of the Htate of Iowa, the fenfobtx proc
lama!i"u is published as a notice to the ek*ctors
of B!a'k Hawk county, Iowa, and notice Is also
hereby given to the electors of said Black
Hawk county, that ou the Second Tuesday of Or
tobcr. A, D, 1S71, the following specifled offices
are to be fllled by an election to be held in said
county, via:
mnii
1
For
the Appropriation for the Wat iloo Bridge
Those voting agaiust luaWinu said appropriation
and levying aaid tax. shall have written or print
pon their ballots the word*
ed upon "Against he
Approprietion for the Waterloo Bridge.
Witness my hand and official i
tiiu tlb iiii1 c^Sc^teuibtr. A. p. 1^
W. FOOTB,
Connty Auditor.
'V|R.ABK*« VAVKKIT
Champian lashing Machine
That condemns
Doty and
the
all others. It can wash two
peicm to the»
v
Mid with
me,
one-half of the Labor. It
will Wash everything, from a
Lace Collar to a Large Quilt,
without the aw of a&y Wash
Board. We hare all tried it,
aud found it
The Best Now #n Use,
and it Merits $11 it advertises
fcr. For sale
at
the Marble
Shop, corner Main and
Fourth Sts.
«. P. LEWIS, Proprietor*,
HAS. K. 8. BICBIABXTMOW*
nsa LYBIA m. IKOKK.
MMW KMILINK OKei O V
MISS Lid A. JACKSON.
MBS. JeBNPALMEB.
•IsS iBIRK J. SeVi ril,
F,i.I 'v ants, NANCY S. AMI
desire
notice
SMITH A O'BRIEN,
Have this day Opened a
Tailoring Establishment
Two Doors East of the Oasette Office, where they
are prepared at
all times to accomodate all who
Coed Fitting Clothes!
We Qoara&tce a Good Fit. We shall keep always
on
hand the Latest Fashions for our customers.
Give us a trial
''i^isr Fail* Iowa
OKALKM HI
i: Hardware, Tinware & Stoves
Farming Tools,
IKON, NAILS, AC.,
Jf*OSlT* TflK CABTIIR
OEDAB FAI^LS, IOWA
Would rwppctfWly a«k of the pnrrTtsalnf
public an examination «1 their
GOODS AND PRICES.
ASSORTED
Hardware A Iron Stock.
WA90NT7MSSB* WAOO.\rMATMt§dt
OF ALL KINDS.
Leather A Rubber Belting,
JLND HEMP PACKING.
The Peerless
COOKING ffrOTX,
Which for Dnrsbilit v Kconosiy and Capac
ity, bars no eqaals,
la coaaactloa with the star* tea
TX3ST snon
molly aad with dMpalch.
AGENTS KOR
JDHM llKIOHKa
•0LINE PLOWS.
main n*e« OF
PARMTNG TWitS
la aaaaatfly large and full, and thav«*pNM|rM§
vlte the attentloa of tha farmiag eommanlty to
this branch of th®1r trarte.
A ii.
THOMPSON.
JOSIAII
Oaiar Falls. Iowa, Apcll 4, 18VT.
New Furniture Store?
OA.. ORCUTT,
W«aM reapfcllutly inform therltleedli^
this city and vicinity lhat
he 1
i haa
purchase the
csrmc new STOCK OW
I I I I I f.
A Clsanraa,
And is Located Opposite the Post-Ottos,
And is prepared at all
«.
\f aaade, always on haad.or nMMlela
order on the shortest notice.
Undertaking Made Spoolalty.
A choice iik4loa of
CHROMOS
on
haad
I hope by
and honorable dunlins
by strict attantion to baaineaa sad blr
»dual inc.
to receh l» ral share of
II be wel­
public I'atronagc. Old customers
comed and as many Bore
as
desire to give me a
all. C. A. OJirUTT.
M«ff faas.
Iowa.
April
88.1871F 1M
TBE
B. c. Re 4 M. II. R.
blakMIIS
cmxDAm
BY 4
flfiaa SAHAH PSRTKB.
1 1
AKSA MWEW.
M. CABIBON.
WARBBN IiKWIH
is. lean
111
0m-.
Tailoring!
TAKE
FAL1A|
C.
S.
k St hlecdd place, First
Ooor
Soathof
Office, with a full stock of
ABOGESIES
^«wwr.
.irr
«f |ha Baat
Qaattty.
UMTS
Green 4 Dried Apples
Oried A Oanned Peaehas
'i .. zm*
Apd Iswlsiil of
Drlsd A CannedlFrults»
K
^Uim,
Zoftstetv, Ae.t *0.
RMasahartAsateet, mS Otf)sa4LsavsirwMS
Mdera. Oooda 43Swe any where
Free
SHITH A O'KHIKTF,
of Charge
In
4 $
o r.
times
to
Manufacture to Order
Hi UM Fsnritnreliae.
O I N S
s^L ijiif
Ire arr
'IJ..S
a°+
y
the city
vIlnST
C.
WII.WII,
OOTS AND SHEO
WHITNEY ft ROGERS',
ELIA8
O
^owbridge'sOld Stand, Main 8 tree I,
CEDAR PA LLP, TCMWA*.
Iowa Cantral Iron Works,
•TIBMAN M«H|'
If'
RON FOUNDER ft GENERAL MACHINIST
CKDAR FALLS, IOWA.
ngines and Mill Gearing Made and Repaired,
Store Columns, Russell's Patent Chilled Sleigh
8Hoea, Bridge Castings, BridgeSolt
ting,
Iron Plaining, Ac.
ORDERS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
Store Columns and Fronts at Dubuque Prices.
It Paid fox* old Oast Iron.
1871
ReoniTing Dailj
Supplies
PAINTS. OILS. BUSS
Perfumery, Toilet Goods,
Goods, unci Selling at
n
Tfmt
4WJ I'
ifinipt
A,
3
Our Stock of Window Glare is in Prime Condition—baring
been Purchased before the Recent AflVanee, we ave able to
Very Low Figures.
Don tail to Call upon us before Purchasing your Paintfi
and Oilg for Fall Painting, as we can give you an advantage
in Quality and Price.
warrant all of Our Goods to be A No. 1, and guarantee
Remember the Plaoe-'-Maln Street Between
Second and Third.
A'- l-ftli _•
THOMPSON.
JM
Cedar Falls, Iowa, September 15,1871.
Lumber and Goal 1
CO All "AND LUMBER
^e demand for Lumber at '-AMB, BYNCi 4 CO.'* Lumber Yard, at B.
si'-n
Iepot,
Cut*
i
See.
ing Hir Stock of the ibore naaed
t^mpetltlos
M. OIVKMS.
f.
ia atlll ioersaslng. by the Daily Receipts from thel*
Mills at Jinton, their Htm k is well supplied with all kinds of the
jAeait Zhry Lamber la die Itgaarlcetj
HAEX) AND SOFT GOAL
AWP FRIRAS AS WW 49 AHT IK THIS WARLFET.
BLACKSMITHI^G COAL CONSTANTLY OK HAND.
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