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"P* K IT ixn FEAR XOT.'
MiteS EB& 8PICER. Assistant Editor
2*ATU A YTAUG 1856?
IMMOCTMIC
Republican Ticket.
Fan PRE*:' K'fT,
JOHN C. FREMONT.
Of Calif jroi*.
For Vice President,
WILLIAM L. DAYT0W,
Of New Jersey.
For Presidential El*ctar».
MMtMUrfe DANIEL F. MILLER.
[vacancy]
lit. district, W*. M. STO^E,
M, HEN'RY O.CONN®R.
An Apprentice Wanted,
Apply at this office a good chance tor
a £oo1 boy Appiy soon-
XTIOTORYM
Goa vf th" Canptiga
Iowa Redeemed!!
10,000 FOR FREMONT!!
THE PEOPLE WILL NOT BE
"SUBDUED!!"
Tbe victory achieved by the Republi
eaas, in Iowa, baa been a glorious one.
Never were the slaveoorata so sanguine,
and never so thoroughly routed. It may
now truly be said, sJavceeracy inicwa is
laid out.''
Tbe following are the reported majori
ties in tbe various counties
For Fneia-*, For htmr-y
[uacaUneabMfc 100
5c.t\ 360
fohnsou, 300
'inn, 600
rsmoiaee, 60
»uisa, 374
lenry, 800
fafferaoa, 240
Washington,
440
Let.
Dubuque,
Cedar, 130
Jacosoa, )50
!««•», '-iOO
I-'dViS,
Ha.afa^a, 312
Van Bivee, 27 to* Cortii.
Jones, 113
Jiitpcr, 130
Fo.ve-rsiek, 100
i n 1 0 0
IVnpel.e, 112
Appiu'ieee, 400
Keokuk, 60
Marcn, 125
Monroe, SO
Tama, 1W
Mars.all, 400
Polk, 150
iioone county has also gone Republi
can, majority not known.
600
Guns for Old Cedar.
So tays '.he last D-mocrat an 1 say
we. But why the Democrat should fee!
exultant at such a defeat as they recei
»ed, wc cannot tell After being de
feated horse, foot and dragoons—after
bavin lost th«ir labor, expenses, exer
tions and wested so much bad whiakev
ihe e Tart, it n ahad of our time to
find cut in what particular they find cja
soiati jc. Tbe Democrat says they have
gained 600. That assertion proves two
things—firs!, that the Democrat it a
stranger in this county, not yet posted up
us to political matters and second, that
this County all know that the parties here
one year ago, by 306, and at mat urae
the vote was very scattering between the
V™ ^fP^ty in a minority:^
i v l^r w n I
by 720 1 Wl,i lhe
s ver. Again, when the National
pariy were so confident ot electing their
U
targe quantity of such spicings as
Off-
7.
ttr
ttO
100
600
until one, two and three* weeks after
publication? Why no Republican docu
ments can gel through the mails in sea
son. Why the circular of Hon. T. Davit
did not arrive until after tbe election?
These are ail matters in which the peo* ST»
The Republican Flag
The glorious banner hung out by the
friends of Freedom, has been the cause
of another severe paroxysm of ag ny, on
tbe part of the slaveocrats. The Demo
crat says it was hung out by the tneciai
friends of the nigger.1
It is generally conceded by all inlelli-
gent m("n of both part]M,"tha*the",lovew °n^*
of the nigger are such as hold to the
amalgamating principles of Dick John-
son, whose disc.pies now are found only
in the ten cent ranks,' and got up the
false colors' on Cedar street.
As the nutTiber of stars on our flag,
we claim 31, being the representation of
sively ot its own the slaveocrats, whose
should contain only one tlar,and that
a BLACK one, to represent the one black
idea of niggerology or South Carolina
nullification, being tbe one idea of the
slaveocratic nationals'(!!) Such should
be the difference, as in fact it exists The
Republican flag with 31 bright stars, *nd
and the slave xratic with one huge black
star fringed wuh wool.
As to sectionahty, the Democrcrf admits
that the Republicans represent 16 States-,
now the truth is, the slaveocrats in fact
A Bate Falsehood.
The Democrat tries to worm its friends
out cf tbe lie thsy told at Red Oak, by
saying they had invited as to attend that
meeting, but fails to do it.
It tries to cover up the bacaking out
of their party to meet the Republicans on
the stump, but fails in that alto. Now
failed to do it, acd they even skulked off
notice.
We still bold tbe challenge oat te thetn
at before and now, al this late day, in
reply to all this, the Democrat says for
ua to name our time and pkce.
Now after all tbe bragging of the ^ef
Ten Thousand Majority.
It will be remembered that a few
weeks ago the Dtmocrei of this place
contained a Buchanan Py-nmirl.' at the politician.
top oi which was, in large capital letters,'
of
t'ieir
1 0111
are very evenly balanced—sometimes party with a sectional platform, with
eae paty succeeds and sometimes the i DtssotvTios for itsmaine object.
other. Iowa opens 'he ball wish 10,000 for
The County gave Pierce a majority of freedom snd Fremoel, (IN Constitution
HO, and once gave a Republican majon-! an^ Union.
ty of over 300. We were elected Judge, I
tbey get frorn
8 gam
November will gam uiem a grate be
\ond thchop^s of resurrection. National Party.—We atk of tbe
lavocrats of thit county why, tn the last
campaign, they dropt the good old name
of'Democracy,' aod assume a new one
—that of 'National Is it because you
The Tipton Post Office.
Uy. Long, the SlavcKraWc Post Mat
ter at Tipton, in a long communication!
in the last Democrat, uses a deal of Bil- {have worn out the old one, because
1'Dg'ga'e towards u«, savored with
1
0aal Mwhoods.' trickster skulking peop^
ftuven, e'c. The tacts are, that on the
fia'.urday before the election, the Advur
tiaer for Gower's Ferry was not mailed
until auer that mail had left, and wf do
not know of any body who said it was.
But 'o make capital out of this, Mr.
aod
pie, as well as o-jrselves, are all interest-' cians. We can only answer that tbe that ational organ of this place endea
ed in, and whiA the one instance referred doctrines, principles and practice of tbe' vors to justify them. Kb tbe last itwe of
to in Mr. Long's affidavit will not atone i slavocratic party are such as to meet tbe the hemoctaU says:
for. Why is the Advertiser so long in reprobation of all good men, and that all i Art there not laws in every State
passing through Cedar County is a ques* fearless ministers of the gospel of Christ: punishing the abate of iLe Frees and of
tioti often asked and not for Mte i feel it their duty to rebuke evil, even in
swer. high places, and bence tbe nationals'
The change of' Liar is wlial every are rebuked by them, as they justly
foci or knave may make who caunot pro* should be and this is the reason that so
duce argument or reason, but it will not much antipathy exists among the nation
convince the people that a reform is not
needed ia our postal arrangements.
al slavocrata against all true and fearless
followers of Christ, it is because their
principles and practices are at vrriance.
8UrTort
of lhe
il a v and iiored iuto a po/Uirij^ ro#:r«)«»,from
all the Staves and Kansas, except South ,tich
Garoliua, which State has a porty exclu-
an^
enly represent one State virtually, (Car-j*^1
olica) and :an, by implication, cover on
ly 11 States, ?h«»y all being mmggerdom
thus making tbe candidate and their par
ty the most sectional ot any ever known.
Ita nucleus is South Carolina, and its lite
it nullification lis object disunion, and
ita pattime and reward is negro worahip.
natl0Qal' Ucket-
listen to the Democrat:
Oh, ye who b*v# by moMti iaflaeaee, coo
triv-d to I'lW the wo ll i-b-? tlrrgt, «n i h»v»
turat-d itse house of God iavo a txU iica th*itre,
pret
der
,a ^e^oo aid bi^wiy, »«i ua-
a«am«d unm- of religioa.'
#bove
ocra^
w from the innaculate Dem-
of this place.
We call it hypocrisy, caat ud trick
ery, for this reason: That at the last
election they had on their immutable na
tional' ticket,one of tbe would-be preach
ers and we must say if any of the 'would
be have been bribed it has been on
their side. It does, to us, look some
thing like bribery tor a man to g« into
a Republican convention ou one day,
a
^evr
days
ocr4l'c
l^e
d,ctatei
*&er to accept a siav-
nomination, and thus make him
uo*uspecting
UP°Q l^e c'ergy,
uP°n
and held a meeting without giving us i believing portion oi community.
1
The present iud.cation^ are tha* the]
Repnlhcan majoray on the State Ticket
will be Ten Thousand Such a raajor
ty in I^wa, is equal to nearly Eighty!
iTbouiani in Ouio. That will do
Iowa City Rtpvl. 6fA.
P*rt}'- I1 h" no standing do not think I had bet
*be slave States. It is a sectional evil or any sin, i eeause
B1&ek Wq Part
U i§
W
g^-raSy conceded tim the 'He-
ti0na|- parly Wll, carry 4 of
candidates. But it the Democrat can .omhern States. Thie will give the« in
Kgurs up 600 gain over u defeat of 120
the clectorial 20
Ords'
^8
#hlV
li,eir
them a big boest towsrdt
by
lbe
I«"'» «»d one, because it
has become so obnoxions through you
fla- alone that you feared to go before the
mih it
peopl
Surely your slavocracy mutt be in a
bad predicament when such an enchant
ing name as 'Democracy' ha.« been made
de'estabir hv yaur iniquity. Democracy
to the good old Democratic party. Then
Long furnishes an affidavit to prove this, it no longer tuch a party in Codar. It
flow r.e iuav'tf Mr. Long to account to k*3 decayed inio a miserable lection of
the people of Cedar County why a it!
M6r?'hvKgers,
0 W K a v O K- Z o
instrument, in the
hands of cunning politicians, to bid for
Methodist votes.
We woud not have made these stric
tures were it not that every issue of the
Democrat contains a low, flimsy, misera-
lbeir
the fact is we had twice chall^n^cd ihein Co,n*s tessary to constantly make war
to narae their time and place, but they
and depend for success
pj
'IOWA.' We wonder if, when the i 'mcnora,1"ie9'
.. ,.
!be niaKing poliucal
Democrat builds up another Pyramid,' I
t0P
off
w»b
l^e
4
he ventures his assertions hap-hazard,! where will Buchanan be in Novem
with a recklessness not often indulged in ber. This only shows the real founda
by disciples of veracity. The people of I,Hn
n
there ff0|D
^presentation er in other
-oxat will equal fire
1 times the whole vote of Iowa. No wonder
the ^ai:jiia!**
prejudice oi the ltfidfl and un- i dare to meet us,
If Car ist had pursued the policy of
such religion as does notmil.tate against
black democracy his mission would have
been in vain. Had hit mission led him
to such a
town as Tipton, and had he
n
do not acceDt we will
Nationals,' if they do not accept, we will
'ere long compel them to cotne oat by
soma mor^ effective meu,.J.
such a preacher as suits black de- ^cans
mocra-)'• wou!^
!,t,c aito,0D!
icai preieretr.es, and thereby effect the
I ITiU
a
flweanD3«
because
wou!
Iowa. Again,
Pyramid' turns out as Iowa
lose my influence.
condemn falsehood, as that it tbe staple
I m..s' rot ccnde.cn human bondag-. be-
party will ctll me a politician if I do it
would be better to preach against deprav- fnr
ity generally, and get my pay for p'each-
the
*n"rtions
adore the Black Woollies ^i"? skinned alive. It was the truth
we to!d
assistance of negro repre
teeking to dissolve this
them'
and 11111
E 0 N A V E I S E
The Clerey. Tbe LaW» of Till—
W« ask of all candid, reflecting It ki a" singular tact that while the
to consider an ask themselves why it is] *1»ir horse Bucephalus of the Nation*
that all 'national' (pro-slavery) paper*
are so continually harping opon 'be cler-
al slaveocrats' is on tbe stump telling
the people that the laws of Ksnsas hav*
charging them with being peliU- %at been enforced by the administration
1
And tben goes on te show that tbe in
famous laws of Kansas, for which Brown
is now ?n prison for opposing slavery in
Kansas, is all right
New as these two are both of high au
thority, which are tbe people te believe,
the war horse or tbe Democrat! Are
we to understand it to be the correct
But then, this wholesale condemnation
of the clergy by the slavocratic tyrants, i' National doctrine that
this unhallowed attempt to disiranchiae Prw°D®d for treason, justly and ega ly,
the clergy,to stifle religion, and to muzzle I be advocated freedom, or .hat he
the tongue of all fearless preachers who
fear not to rebuke sin ID high placet,' jlfcosc
und are true to their offices and duties, is
sham
cePuon-a cr'
rai8ed 10
,,0n'
lhe
n°l
D0
pretence —a miserable de-
PrWdi* ™mily of all the
Brown it ira-
PrMOn
at a11 for a
,aw8
T,ol*tKm
n rLASaA
Bul
of
The facts thMX U make#
J'^rence to the cause of truth and
freedom which horn of their dilemma
P™' ..
ry raised to excite the pas-'
lhey uke- be*use
atl
lhe athe,8ts and infidels 549
reasonable men the
C°n
the Constitution, and that G. W. Brown,
editor of the UermU of Freedom, is now
guarded by the U. S. Drag^ont for a
violation of those unconstitutional laws
and the President and the whole Demo
cratic party say those lairs must be ea
forced. Thustbey trample upon the Coa
stitution lor the purpose of making Kan
sas a slave State and this is the stale of
facts which boia the Democrat and war
horse' support, yet try to wool' the eyes
of tbe people into their party. 'Wool'
is the chief staple of the 'National' party
but the people have been too often de*
ceived and are now determined to put an
embargo on wool which is death to the
Nationals.
AMUMT FklMbMi.
The charge in the Democrat, that
when Mr. Fyan came to us, in tbe pres
ence of Mr. Swetland, to arrange the ap
pointments for speaking, that we 'did
back out,' is a base falsehood—let it come
from whom it may, it is a mahcous lie.
ble, shallow, unjustifiable attack upon the appointments and we would meet hiai»
clergy, because, forsooth, they speak and I and we designated Mechauicsvilie as ooe
act for the cause of freedom and obey
own consciences and
the teachings of Christ, and not sell
themtelves to a corrupt party with the
hopes of leading their flock after them.
Truly the national' party must stand
on unhallowed ground when it thus be-
pointmenis, at we have so alien chal
lenged, and not try to creep out by sub
terfuge.
wise I must say n 'thing against intern-' people not to be deceived bv this ground
perance in Tipton, because n I do Iwilln..
called po'nc.an, .„d U*. tlc J'«
ence ot A and and C, and the Demo-1
crat and national' party will be against
10 have
Tombs BilL—The last number of UK
D«*ocr',
A
b:" w"
by
m'1
^ansaf
was offend for th,#
standing of the nati:nal1 men of Tipton i10 ^eaTe *b* Ruffians in command in
and the success of the national' par- Kansas and call another election, at
ty, and I would be condemned as a which
ag*»oat
pr^anr.y, nor other tucfa
6
they would tion
w
article of the slavocnm. ptrty in the north.
°f
of the eel wnen
m*ket their ago-
nies so much the more severe. But the
The one idea' party of slavery exten
sion, in the hope of extending its life a
few short months, now called national,'
can not bear to have their disunion.
sentiment in the North is in favor of free
speech, free territories and Fremont,
hence the awful agony evinc#d by the
Democrat in view of the app*oaching de
struction of its party. It is indeed steal
ing tbe livery of Heaven to serve the
dev,,
ln»
for a
abandoned and a new name taken up to 1 slaveocratt,' wboee 'one idea*
keep up your s.nking spirits. Good-bye ia that of John C. Calho»-'« ^.uiijiicaAion,
"€Ctiw*1 P«ly the
and whose ebject is dissolutiot* of the
Umcn, rather thtn be dissolved from
their idolized niggers, to swing out to
the breeze such falte colore at they pa
rade across Cedar street.
Aupust afld gel
cause the democratic pro-slavery party enroled, could return and vote, thus leav
are pledged to its extension.. In short, I ing the pro-slavery men to have it all
condemn any their own «vay. The Democrats all voted
OFFICIAL RSTUmVS OF
CEDAR_COUNTY.
CENTRE TOWNSHIP.
Congress.
897 Davit
Leiflar
Snyltr
Baker
Paul
We told Mr. Fyan then to make his
of tbe places, and told him to slate his
time. Mr. Swetland, we think, will say
the same thing.
We did say we were not a candidate,
but still said we would meet Mr. Fyaa
and toe whole host of Negro norshippeit
and wo^ !-growers at any time and place
—since which we have heard nothing ex
cept the article in the Democrat. If they
hy not make their ap-
Baker
Auditor of State.
300 Pattse 906
TVtaivrr of State.
300 If orris 200
Attorney Gmtrml.
PolildL,
Swetland
Green
Snyder
Paul
Baker
Snyder
m^es the charge that the repub
111
Congress voted against repeal-
^aye reasoned this ng the laws of Kausas. We wish the
Hnas"
a
ae, becaute icat will affect their political tutiou. The Democratic party, en masse.
success. Neither must I condemn icen-1 voted against it, acd every Republican
t:ousness, because t:.at might be thought:
TOled fo iu
t0
id'
S/a/e vitK her Free Consti-
Suk"Uu,«
blM'
wh,ch
pr"losei
tbe"
.. ,lfie 'nati^n*' for this bill, while lhe Republicans voted
Kan$"
name8
to be mdmitUd
Wltk
mg and if I cannot succeed in this, why a true State of 'be case. The Republ:-'
then I will let all religion and d!l (»odli-
1
nes» go and run for office, in hopes of
doing some good in that way.'
a*
a fru
^er Topeka C»nbtitutian. Such is
cans all the while voting to admit it as a
tree Stale, while the Democrats, under i
the dictation of Kiiig Tombe,'the sachein Pollard
Stealing the Livery of Heaven aarre I of the slaveocrats, are trying to invent' paaj
theDev.lia. some subterfuge to get Kansas a slave'
The Demon-at of this place does not State. Besides, Trumbail introduced a
like o ur remarks upon the false colors! bill into the Senate tbe laws of Kansas dwstlani
hung out by the oullifieis across Ceda' withott any further enactments, which ol
St. It winces, squirms, twists and exhib-
course was opposed by the slaveocracy.
Gentlemanly
The elite, polite, refined, double dis
tilled, rectified, purified, and urbane Dem-
All we have to say is, that Mr. Cattell
ia a true geot eman, and will not no'ice
such low, vulgar, cowardly at'acks upon
hirn, and that the people of both aad ell
nullifying, slavery extending doctrines Parlie wndenua iwb, fiiiiiy fU*e, and
shown ap before the people, as public
,w
*athoir-
JVews.—The 'National* Organa in
Iowa who have advocated the pro-slavery
perty arc not now entitled the appellation
of 'Newspapers.' The great article of
news now looked for and wanted by the
people ia 'election newt'—to know how
the elertiont in Iowa have Tetuked. At
a general thing we find them as silent
as the tomb on this subject The reason
is, they have been defeated everywhere, Soyd«e
and feel too bad to publish them.
Lazinut—K. m*a driving an ox team, riding
the chain, with a bell oa eacb c* to kesp him
awaks.
Rice 208
State Senai*.
SweUflbd 301 Cattell 206
Representative.
Green 30$ Wright 201
RtprtstnllHve 3-1
st District.
Huff 288 Wright 201
Clerk District Court*
Youaf 227 Daniels 161
Prosecuting Attorney.
Bitsell 306 Hubes 186
For a Convention 3B6
Aga.nst a Convention- 6
Lelfler
Snyder
it i« now admitted by
Kan
Pollard
OASS.
Congress.
50 Davis 23
Sscrttary of State.
60 Sells 23
Awiiior of State.
0 Patte 23
Treasurer o State.
48 Morris 25
Attorney GeneraI
49 Rice 23
Bhtte Senate.
50 Cattell 23
Mmresmtaiive.
51 Wright £2
Represtnialii* 31s/ DistriA
Huff 50 Wright 23
Clerk District Clerk.
Young 51 Datiielt 22
Prosecuting Attorney.
Bissell 52 Huber 21
For a Convention IS
Against a Convention 33
Letter
SPR1NGDALE.
ongresa.
6 Dovis 178
&crsUry of State.
6 Sells, 178
Auditor of State.
6 Ptttee 178
Treasurer of State.
6 Morris 178
Attorney General.
6 Rice 178
flfc/e Senate.
6 Cattell 177
Pallard
Swetland
Green
Mmresentafire.
7 Wright 176
Reprfsenla/ioe 31
at District.
Huff 6 Wighi 177
Cle'k District Court.
Young 6 Daniels 177
Prosecuting Attorney.
Bissell 6 H*mt 177
For a Convention 176
Against a Convention 2
IOW V
Congress.
Leffler 40 Davis 74
Secretary of State.
Snyder 40 "Sills 71
Snyder
Auditor of State.
Pollard 0 Pattee
Greta
Leffler
Snyder
all who had left the Territory
return and vote, and all who had
,L_
1 beeB ttere lbree
1
Inonlh•
cou,(i
differences, and' Thit would give all the Ruffians who
I ntust not had left, the right ureturn and vote, and
^o would go over frota Missouri before
fA A
,r'C l0t.b
...
Swttlaad GatttU
freoentatiwa,
Grtsa 81 Wr^(ht
GJJR 76 WrigM.
Clerk DUl ki CowHT
Yang 80 Z)aaMa
Pol«d 41 Patlte
Trtmtmrtr of Suit.
Paal 41 Morris
Baker 42 Bioe
State Senate.
Swetltad 37 Cattell
Youag 45 /Atnisls
Pnetuttug Attorney.
Biantl 39 Huber
for a Convention
Baker 3j K
State Senate
8wetland 24 C*tM
Grew ll Wrighf
Ktftttenta/rre Sir/ Distrat.
Huff 34 Wright
Lefler 45 Iavit
iterator
74
Treaeurer »f State.
Paul 40 Morria
Attorney General.
Baker 39 Rice
9UU Senate.
74
74
Swetland 40 Cattell 72
Bspreeentfit i»«e.
Greta 43 Wright 70
Jtepvmutative 31*/ District.
Huff 43 Wright
Young 51 Danieii 61
Young
Prveeeulmg alitorruf,
43 HuLetf
Prveeeulmg alitorruf,
43 HuLetf 70
Bissell
For a Convent ion 77
Against a Conventien 4
Congrttfc
61 DaVtl 6«
Sacrttary of State.
Snyder 51 Sells N
jHiUor of St*t
1 Pollaid
1 Pollaid 61 Pattee
I
JVatmre of Stiilf
Paal 51 Morris
Tote.—
Attorney timeial.
Baker
Baker 51 Rio* •e
8tale Senate.
Swetiaad 31 Cattell
ReyrnentalUe.
Green 51 Wrigbt u
ftyrmUKfw 31 $t Lt trki-
Huff
Huff 60 Wr'^ht «e
CUrk Dutrict Court.
Young 51 Daniels «e
Young
Prosecuting Attorney.
..
Blseel! 61 Haber N
For a Coaveotlon ft
Agaiatt a Coaveotlon I
Soydtr
PIOMF.FR.
Co^gre**.
so 80
ary of StaU.
36 B«ita 80
JbtdUor of ta t.
•Mi i'Aitee 80
TVtarurt of Stait.
3* Morrin 80
Gtnfral
SO K 80
8tat* 6maU.
37 Cattell 79
Mtprennttrt.
Grtea 36 80
Afirumtat ire 31«t /tutrttt
Haff afi Wright 80
CUrk Dutrirt Court.
Young 38 Limiicla 80
frometdiug Jttto*mey.
Bs»«I 11
nber 77
For a Coovsotioa 70
Against a Coaveatkm 43
LINN.
Conge*t.
Davis 10
Jitersfary of Slate
SnjtW 29 10
dittor of State.
Pollali 29 Pattee 10
Trtaiure of *taie
Paul 29 Morrea 10
Attorney General
Baker 29 Hioe 10
8tale if»tt.
SettUMft C*u«ll 8
Mepreoentmtivt.
Green 31 Wright
Mtyrftntatie* 31» hutrict.
Huff 31 Whrigbt
CUrk DiitrU-t Court.
Young 32 D&nU> 8
Pto*e*itii£ .lllu nrit.
Blwwll 'Si. 8
'or a Goavwtioa 10
•gainst a Conver.tiou 28
Leffltr
ELHJUEST*
C'OHgTfi.
7o l»»vk |9
Mete*'ary of State.
IS ttoila ftO
dmlltor of StaU.
Tolland 78 i'atta AO
TrHUUrrr af Mit*.
Paul 78 Morri* 10
Baku 1! liioe &0
v
Mtpetitnlattm 31
1 Dutrict.
6o
46
PreeeekUmg JUeeuef.
Bissell Uubtf
For ^CeqeailA
AgsilMk a CoeveotBi
Lafltr 41 Davit
Secretary of State.
Saydsr 41 delta
•4ft
80
2a
SCGAR CREBL
Ceagrttt.
38
35
Clerk Lit tret Court.
39
6
13
Mteretaiy cf Strflft
Saydet 9 S«Ue
Auditor of 7jk«
Pollard 8 Patt#
82
State Senate.
Swetland 9 CxuM
Rtyrettttdtwe.
Grsca 8 W rijM
81
32
Mtprttentaiire 3Ur lwfru7.
Saff 9 Wrigfet
CIt kDut'U
ru
rt.
Yoeng (u..i^ls
Presenting rWjr.
Bineil 8 HUIN*
For Convention
Agalnrf a Convention
SPRINGF1EL0U
Gong reel.
Ufltar 30 DMii
Secretly of StcOt.
toyder 10 8tll4

Rrpntrrtfatn r.
Hp'tiwll.tiv 31 Ihttrmt
Haff Wright
Qlerk Dutrict Cimrt.
Teeag IHai^.ls
l^rMteuting .Itiomty.
4ft H«ber
For a invention
Against a Convention
FARAHNTQH,
Congr.tt.
Lemm 2 i»vlt
Secretary ,,f Unth
Snyder i Sella
Auditor vf tntt.
Pollard 2" I'jttM
Trtogurt' of Stat*.
Paul dorr**
70
CUrk District Court.
Altormm OtneriL
Baker Kief
Swetland ^'^"rattaB
1
POLK
Refretentat-re.
Green 2 Wright 20
t^ejre*atative 31.' Dutrtd.
II off 2 Wrifdt 20
Clerk DUtrtrt Court
Young /'ariiels 19
Protrrutiv.f Attorney
iii.-wpll 8 Haber
For a Convention
Against a GooveoUon
Dtmocnto oa left hand eoiwaa, MepaL
Ucans on tbe right.
Whigt for aad against Buchanan
Hon. Revordy JohnsoH, of Bnhimore,
formerly Whig Attorney General of the
United States, and the Hcti. J. A.
Pea.^u and Hon. Thomas G. Pratt,
Whig United States Senators from Mary
land, are advocates of the election of Bu
i'nanan. and Breckenridgt.—Pro-S/amy
Journals.
We see nothing remarkable in the fact
lliat S4me Old Line Whigs are going for
Buchanan. There is but the one issue
of Freedom or Slavery beloie the coun
try, and the hard politicians of all sorts
go for the latter. Another reason has
been suggested, namely that they be
lieve Buchanan has not a drop of Dem
ocratic blood ID his veins,' having started
in his career as a rank Federalist.
But there are Wnigs of qui'e another
sort in the country, who still cherish tbe
belter apint whioh animated lhe party he*
fore its disorganization. One of the no
blest men of this class, the Hon. Edward
Bates, of St. Louis, lias recently written
a letter giving his reasons why, as an
unchanged Whig,' he cannot support Mr.
Buchanan for the Presidency. After
exposing Mr. Buchanun's rank pro-sla
very record, be there expresses hia views
ef tbe prvalatery party in general:
'It has become quite fashionable of
late for the l&icbanan men to be particu
larly national, aad the peculiar friends of
the Union. Tbe coolest piace of irt.pu
denct that wat ever palmed ott upon a
gullibU public. Why ti.eie it not a
tyro in politics who does not know that
Mr. nn i.auau would stand n chatuu at
ail of election if yon xirike out from i ...
SAMUEL DEWELL,
toar*TO* AT TIMOW aao
LAIfD AOEHT.
WILL attend prenptl/ to all basiccea re..fr
in an ageat: snch aa
1S8
e»tiiL
Buying and Selling on Commission
•l»«m lalOTMtfM W»«ctiBa Sn*» In tkt.
a 5 s i V S
roa tAtr.
-lm. i si^k ,fct
ll
£1
Auditor of Stattk
K«»a
w W
IM*
sffaw
SAW«,
itii
iii?
I
W JW
38
Attorney (Jturral.
n k w
sMtr
M0
w
S
37
40
Rtpeuentatiee.
Grtea 48 WHgkt
HefremUatnt Sli/ Dittrkt
SwT 44 Wright
i
no
so
lis
lfn
i«e
ft!
w
Sil"w
IS'
If
s»*
s
sr
us
All
SV"
MS *w
640
w s K W n
MO K k 8
i
I
11
21
a w a a
i v i i
xnr.
t«Ml I
sm I
w w a
tw MB
1
ss
17
tw MB
HMntiflnw,
•w
v
Agaiatt a Cooventloa
ISLAND.
Comgret*.
Ufier ts Davli
bnuM
nthar tola, ton n«a«r«n to aiaotlen.
Oios Citr. K»br*M* Torrltory.
as
c©(?ac
32
S2
Treasurer of StatI,,
Paul Mori!
Attorney Central,
Baker 8 Rice
Bv1rir'neout
82
1 51
A fMtea aror.
•ad Haas, wllk ttailNr w«U»
A ».n rwmM aSSTtiWr
Tipton, wood an* «at«r I* abaudaaML
r«tir'-
34
Inlon. wo^l .n-t |J .b^T.^T ",i" r. o»
1—
»*n°f with
Ah, Agt.i
Ornc« IT nuiDiirt. 8TAIII'* 4nmrio*
8AMI'EL DEWELL,
General Land Agent at Tiptun, Iowa.
Sale.
of an Kxecufion, to me direaW
isiued of the Clerk's 0®c* of »he Dij!
Statl fUfT
au/0r lh* Cour»ty
«f Cedar, a tic
of Iowa, in f»vor of Friend and Culiert
wn, and atitinst Edwards and Swank h
to. upo„ ,h. follow,ne ,„| i
n? 1 v"' '^n* kl
,wo
2)
Blork No. five (5), ,he to«„
32
3 i
Y
th*
36
36
Auditor of Stattk
bollard S9 Pfttitt
Trtaturr cf rotate.
Paal Mofris
Attorney firnerat.
ten (10 ,tl
0
Rochwl«r,m
Cedar co Iowa, and .hall offer the saae/o:
wie at public »utrr)' on Saturday, thr 23d d«v
of Auitust A. I). l^.at the Court Ho,,,Xo'
in said county b^twern hour, of o'clock
.e n. *n''
clock
«id dav.U
execution and costs that may
isfy
crue lliereou
31 4w.
23
40
w
*0
H-routfy,-l%BiKK,
alierio of Cedar Iowa.
She. iff'* Sal*.
of a spt* la! execution to ,1
virtue
ted, i^ued ot7tofU»s Clerk's Offi, uf thS
District Cowt. iu and for tho r.„lnty
ol
s n S a e o o w a i n a v o s
tad against Itabert Calvin, I lia\« levied
the following real e*tates, to wil I „n
30 (U »nu two f2J. in Mock No.t*., I-.']'
lt)
u
f,nd ''"Hwitiuii,'. iMiliou to ihr tow u of Tit tun
iar Count*. Iowa, sad alt*I! „fler
t]t, Mni^
..... .t public uttUrj. on Saturday, the
in t'.esaid Conntv, twtween tti« hom-
3G
C,„°
lA w "'1i °'dock
89
S3
CUrk Dirtrtet 'nurt.
Yoeag 81 Daniel*
fr.seeutmg Mtornty.
Bleeell 83 llutwr
For a Convratlon
Agaiaet a Convention
S3
3i)
1
RED OAK.
Coiigrtti.
y
of Stat*
Snyder 42 IU
Aumtor nf -tall
P^lard 41 Patlta
Treasut' of Stat*
Pari 62 (torts
Attr^mey rirra!.
41 Rica
State y'f.-i
SwrtUA 42 UaMtU
Keprtt'it itire.
Green «2 Writbt
,(ir
0
r-
of the «aid unv.
to »"tisi7 tbe *nd executi-n ..u the cost* thiu
maj Surge thenou. JOHN M. MRKLKY.
Tipton. July 5Nth, l*u. Rht-nlT of Cedar Co.
IheilffN Stlei.
Y »rlue 1 a special exfeuhon, to m.
reeled, w.ued out of the Cork's office of
the District Comt, inaid tor the County »f
C*'dir, and Sta of Iowa, in favor ol" Simon
Stein, and spainst Isaac N. Mn^er and Hannall
MajC-e I l:.ive levi^l upon the fol.nvinjr I
estate, to w,t Twelve CI'.') fret fron', by 1 n.e
ty \r, (W2) fe€t de»p. Off of the north par!
lot (o). and seven (7) fret front by niaftr-t*
(92) feet deep off of the outh part of lot #ix
bnth in block twen'y-four (?4) in th»
I -own of Tipton. Cf Jar county. Jowa. and shall
21 °,"*r 1°* -^ale at public outcry, at tbe
ju Hiu#e door, In the said county ni Sat
urdav, K e 6tb day of September, A. D- 1S.%,
i between the ho i s of 9 o'clock A. M. Snd 1
32
o'clock P. 31., of the sa..i -!av, to s*ti»fv tl,.
•at execution and the co&N t'h^t may accrue
there n. JOHN II. BIRKLEY,
r-3i 4w", n
c!i"1W
irt tdw
Lu-'
Tipton, July 2Mb, N",.
Sheriff's Sala
BY
Virtue of an Execution, to me iir*c!*l,
issued out of the i- it's office t{ t|i« l)u
tnct Court, mai f«r the Counly Juhtnou,
2|iar.d State «f Iowa, in favor ol Fiudj«y A.
irke, an a, ain«t John live. have levied
»i.on the following real es'ate, to wil Tbe
North Kit q-iartcr of the South Wen! qusrf.
of section '20, in town*Lip HO, raiyrl, w#rjit,
and the North \Ve*t ijiurtcr of tl»E Jioitb VVYmI
quarter and the h'tmth Ka«» qu .r!ei «i i1 Nor:I.
West quarter of section town»hi|. '••I, ranj.
1, west, and (he Smith East |iiar'er of the South
East qusrtfr of sectioa 17 township 81. ranee
I, we«t, all ,,f whic!t land lips in Odar Co'inty.
Iowa, and !*hall offer the name for sale at jn:'
lie otiicry, at the dooi of th» Court Ho0*6 HI
thstown of Tipton, itj C'e«!ar ?our,I\, lowa/i'
Saturday, the 2lth day
(,f
BY
2o
September, A. I».
I l.riMm.,! tK# he'irs c? S* clock A. M. a: s
4 o'clock P. M-, 11 tkc said day, to .atisfy ti
said exeeation and tbe cos's that inav accrus.
therern. JOHN H. BIRl.LEY,
SKerilfof Cedar i- .., low.i.
Tipton, Iowa, Aug. J4th, 3l,4w.
Sheriff's Hisle.
»irftie of an barcuhon, to me
of
Tipton, Iowa, July VIA,
"»e
Union, and for no better itasjn than
that Cnliforuia wat admitted, with a con
tututioQ made at her own free will, but
contaioing a claute forbidding tl every.
r$me
lircctf.t,
1) issued out of lhe Clerk'* Ofjice
ot
lhe Di«
'JO If ici Court, in and Tr the county ot Cedar, ami
u'j
State
Iowa, in fav of Kiser, Crew
Sl ii
I ner, ai«d agaiust Charles VV. C. ite, I have lev
ied upon the following personal projerty,
to
wit. a quantity of Dry C.'ool*, Hardware,
Tu,-
war.-, urocene* Jti .also two yoke of oxen,
ano shall offer the *ame for sale at public
out­
cry, on Saturday August lhe yih, A. D. ls.'O.
att' e Court HOUM Hour in »ail county, b«
twe. n the hours of 9 o'clock A. M. and I u'
*lock I'. ,ol said day, fo satisfy the said ex
ecution, aod the costs that may accrue thereon.
4w. JOHN H. BIREI.8Y, Sheriff of
1850.
Cedsr Cn-
John R. Moffit ot. Isaac 11. Wheeler.
To Isaac H. Wheeler
QIR- You are'neTeby notified,that there i«
k3 now on file, in the offic of the Clerk i
tbe Iiis'iict Court of Cedar t'o nly, and Stale
of iowa.a petition of 'hn R. Mofflt. c!aint.H
of you the sum of thrre hundred ul tuentv
five d'dlar.i.as money justly due liim from
v •].,
for one threshing machine and horsepower,
purchased by you vt said J»hn It. Momt, arm
that your property has been attached to sati.fv
sui rlsim. by virtue of s writ of attachmei'f,
issued by (be Clerk of said Court, and that th
Sharif! of said County has made a return to sai
Court upon the original notice in said suit, lbs:
yon are i.ot found.
Now,
unless yon appear,
«ud thereto on or before ite first nay of thni
next term of said Court, to be begun and bi l.l
en on the 22d day of September, 1M6. udftaen'.
will be rendered against yeu
for
the wL.»l«»
amount, with interest aod costs, and your pro
perty sold to satisfy lhe same.
j3,4W. S. W. YOtflfG,
BISSKLL* SnriR. Clerk of District Conrt
Ait'ys lor Pl'ff. of Cedar co.
ESTRAY NOTICES.
two KMTaAV ll»KfKM. by
Hln»
MOOD.I,
low* tnwii.i.lp, en Iht IS S«* of Juls, ISM, on« krowohorne.
Ibirtetti han«w high. wiih Mineh tfea teck, left Vlndi
hit#, ••in* mm»i Iu t'ta foraiea4,e uppoeed f'f **u
raara old an1 a| rakaa a* furiy 4®'Uia, and one
nfUHt wtth tome vhfla on lb« right hl«4
^nppoae4 hi b« |»«r* !4. n-il at **•1'
al *fUtrm A.•%*,. ,#r im-, Ktq
A«K 1 j. cAma.n«k
E*TH 4 V HORBB .-Tahwrnr It. KHw«r«K
Tuw.„l Ip *«Jltl •OliQl/, Oil "h« Hkt I
a tttay horte four jmmf o!4 ihl* cia?h hiowp,
U Iwiaidt high, hHtd faat a lUUe »Mu btlow iha tmttr
tb'o tn *\—h, «ba Ap^ aiaMt tl Wora B. Pcu»oUy. a-',.
m-a k-uti W. Cinm, Cctu.te i.k'b
NATHAY HE—TAKEN UO bf
t.L.
AT
daiift in ««t/r Townahfp, l4*r r#W*V4. T^v, a, «n Lf
^a of Julia, 1HM. ba- mara. abctit a yaareoW. it**
aboae rfi bar faet, 1ft higU, MP'**tl!L".'
lraf«»e H'tw IjUig. ^m| J, W JlTTItU.
$\h
hieo
r,i.
MP1*'"
OATT
i-eiini
J»«»* sk te. «'i?-
»,.a popuW „.lr the Icnn
tional, and nave ollen declared lhat they i Ten dollaiw reward will fe« given to aej ptr
know the Union only by its bppresaiuua returning thcui to Gower't Kerry.
and enactions Slates, many of whoso) n 23 if
present leaders ara fresh and HUI Iroin ^sraay «Aaitii.-T»fc.N.NBR J«I.I. •!«!«.!•• K«-H^..
Statical Conventions, called by authority
for the very nurpoae -f dissolving the
lor n
KtWARIX.
#10 DOLLARS
Hi rayed from the subscriber, two horses: a
whin? mare about 8 or 9 years old, and a dark
sorrel horse, with a whiti stas In Ids face i»ti«l
lit* IBMM »b*at Syura I
4 f«.f« ol •ui• U|rlMd »t otli'T SM»
IU*.. »t!»M J, W. (Utiiix. ROU»L» rlc
S«raAT SORair. MAaK,-T»kraa^ty
laat «WM. a wan* slrti in
Ui rolUi, feaiietM oa ih»
WrU'-i,
Mar Towuab'B, on Um Htk 4*71
bMhhhiaia
UK#.»
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