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1*. L. tOWOLEY, Edttor. TIPTON, MWAi Thursday, &•?} I wJP ^ipublicanNominations] ti& KATIOKAXi TIOXBT. yob nausea*. ^ULYSSES S. GRANT| Mi Or ILLIJKH*. ,m rom vioe nunnixr, ~*f For Prerideatial Elrfton. At Latge, Hamucl Kirk wood, of it Johnson. Christian Wl-LIVURU, of Dint.—8AMr*i. RrssitM.,of Washtngtoil —Jam KB T. UAKB,of Hooti. —Klijah ODSLl.,of Jadlelal Ticket. For Cirenlt JiiJjje, JOHN JloKEAV, Of Jones County. *q| »i r«t -"Hrt® Ticket. for Clerk at Court, *ro. H. VANNENH. For County Recorder, CHARLES W. HAWI.KV, *id \a' gar Mambcr of Board of v«i* Weary Too. The Mturna received In IMr 4tte Indicate that Ohio. Pennsylvania and Uebraska have gone ItepuMiean, rttrhile Indiana ia in w From Ohio the figures show ftmia is undisputed, so far, and the aaajority for Hartrnnft is estimated all the way from ten to thirty thnu Mud. The Republican majority lost east. A Dubmjqe. Plstrlet, rinytou. -E. W. East haw. of Hardin. —R. H. Ull.NOBE, of Llniu —J. B. Wkavkb, of —Warium 8 UCNOAX. of Lumi. —T. V. bhoit, of .Fremont. I —Isaac Hif«nr.rT**, of Wood IM» BVMELL, ofJcite*. VorllttcTrMNwr. JriUiAl CHKUTl m. off For Rtdftcr of Stat*Urn) Offlce. AABON BKOWX, orF^ette. For Attorney Omni. B. CVTTB, «r •afcaaka. CraiKMioaal Ticket. nJ iUb.r A. I. COTTON,, „f Of Cliatou County. for Attorney General last year was 14 4IH) on Governor in 1861». 4.5%: on Auditor General in 18G8, Tie moat retnarkable feature of the re turns is the manner in which Ilar teanit is sustained opposition from leading tnen of his owi. party. In Philadelpliia ho ran •bead if his ticket. The Oflrtain for Grant in November. If the (Jreeleyites have tfcing, Georgia and Delaware. The elections last week in 0«r*g4a aod Delaware, and particularly in the former, have been made by the Jrce eycratic papers the subject of grattila tion. In reference to (ieorgia say, "Now indeed the 'tidal wave* is beginning to roll in." Let us fee about that, In the first place, the •ote by which tbe Democrats hare re elected their present Governor, We remember that the Osmocrats insisted creased in regard to Maine and Vermont that tbe only true test eotld be obtained by comparing with tbe last Presidential election in lHfl* Of course this is also the comparison wesbould make for Georgia In 1W& Georgia gave to Seymour and Blair a majority of 44,608, while the majority in the election just past is only about 30.000, This, too, when tbe Demo cratic vote has just been vastly in by tbe removal of political disabilities. Where tbe great Greeley ®alfl—the tidal wave—shows forth herein is not very notioeable. The election in Delaware receive This is tbe way the tyrant Grant oppresses tbe people. Ry hU nrimm Uiralion, on the first of May, IS7:, $20.000,000 of taxation annually were taken from the three great necessaries of life, coffee, sugar and tea, and upon tbe first day of October, Mm? use of stamps was abolished upon all written instruments, except bank checks. And still some people dee Ire 4 o re-elect him. Tbe well-known Ksrrick lead mine, near Dubuque, has been sold by Gen! ones to London capitalists, who will mine CRITICISM. I The "Advertiser"and Cedar Coun ty Polities—The Farmers and Laborers" Defended. A Jlftuld bavek saved I Miii some ptentlanal as last iwilr: october 10,187*. relative tat "the repl laentatiag* of rielegatp It the reeeet Varmertjtanti LabHer* Convantioa beld in Tipton fur the purpose of nom inating another ticket for County Officers You state: "The idea of of 51 stead muster only 85, the majority of these being without credentials, Ac." The reason, why, there was no fuller representation is no doubt inci dent to the fact, that neither the Advertiser nor Post stated it may have been be Mate Ticket. Foilamtary of State, lOftlAH T. l'OCXCS, or ForStaU Auditor. an oversight and not intentional. If not mistaken the Adfrrtuer gave no notice at all of any such primary meetings. It may have thought it not benefl -lal to lliv mass of It* readers wh« are Farmers and Laborers to know anything about Mich a meeting: so that the could be more rexults easily criticised. Now If the Adivrtiser knew nothing about the meeting and the defects of the aoticetbat called it, then it is simply guilty of unintentional misrepresenta tion but if it did know of the meet- ing and purposely withheld Clark. giving it publicity and noticed too the defect of the notice in not fixing the plane where the primary meetings in each Townabip were to be held, theu it is guilty of intentional inUrepresenta tion. Became iu view of these facts the recent County Convention com paratively speaking proved to be a decided success and not a lizzie, as both the Advtrfixrf aod Pant This is precisely what xoeros to be the matter, Mr. Ailfrrtif- and Ik acknowledgment that of the party of which you gupenrjaqn, ALLEX NESBITT. For County Surveyor (to J" All viu-aar MARTI* O. MILLER. OCTOBER ELKCTIOm. tt Greeley Ilea Seeklif Com fort ftnd *one. and are 8nd and rorsay this party doubt. Bepublican by from 15,0(X to *20,1 K.M) IFor majority. There are 10 members in tepublicans ie present Congress, of whom 14 ate'.lie reference to your »t styled "Junior Dolly Vardena.'' there was a time when the Re publican party was an Infant im authorized in the the* Imii'o and sinew of the country. They manipulators here who was an unimportant one—speaking as if any election there could be important—as it was ouiy for Inspectors. However, two counties out of tbe three went Republican, a thing unknown before. If, as many new expect, Grant should tbe electoral vote of little Del aware, there will certainly be room fur hope that her wbippiug posts and oth er certificates of Hip Van Winkleiam may speedily disappear. The Reduction of the Public Debt for September is in round numbers ten millions of dollars. This makes the total reduction of tbe debt under tbe administration of President tlraut over $350,000,000." Our opposition friends will please bear In mind that the reduction of the debt tinder the administration of that warm support er Of Mr. Greeley, Andy Johnson, was but $13,000,000. «eldoin if Iver attribute to us any brain, and when they do condescend to do so, they would have us have generally that kind which is surmoanteil by long ears, simply because to face of fierce got any it is Indiana: but the IJepubli- Mn State Committor claimed We are rather pleased than other wise to have the above to serve as a text for a few remarks. they M. Hmith, can never he taken by Horace Greeley. There are numeioitti Democrats in (Seorgia who it would such deserving the ridicule of which he oomplalns. We have already given tnansr of the reasons which lead us to thiajtonolualon and they have not beeiipitftMi^ed er their explanation eve£|ttefiQpte(fl* Of course, the man ageivbf the tc#k expected a county convention which should lmve consisted delegates, but could in the place where the To\ nsblp Cautnnes were to meet. The Post did say Sat urday Sept. 14th 1S72 at 7. o'clock P. M. in each Township in said Co." Tliis fixe*no particular place within any Township: Henoe U P. S. Who doe* Mr. G. fatal to the object. I do not lay this pin to your obarge nor do I lay it to any one, since prepared the call for a "Farmers' and Laborers' Convention," which he oomplalns the Advertiser ruined by failing to aupply the plaoe for town ship caucuses be does not know, that this was done by a Tipton attorney,for years a wheel borne in the Democratic! county tan dem. Of course be hang up their fiddle." Tbey never will. would have ua believe. Thin u at least my laooeluslon drawn front both theso pa- of Congress, Secon£ flWriet, XV^reDortruran^rheiw co^rni^ Iwhen °,ie how I'd like I other reports thau theirs concerning it. TheAdvrrtiafi- of Sept. 26 says:'The reeolutlons of the convention say much that is good and true but what political i|)atform was ever made, that lid not do that. Rut how they have ever particularly effected the oaudidates after they were elected has never been noticable.'' to realize an the resolutions or gan have not been kept ami are not to be kept. In thi« I admire y ur can dor and this is the precise reason, why the Farmers and Laborers are waking up to their interest, and per mit me to assure you, that there are men among them who mean and in tend that their resolutions and promises shall be kept. 1 this without racked in the"cradle of free soil f«.-e la bor free speech and free men. and it lived long enough to enough, into ^row s:roug ("riiij ul! t!n-e i-ivM-nt principles happy rcajuw*. No,v gtnrioiei steady In so vain $«publicau gains nearly everywhere. -,«tcept Hamilton county, which in jMudes Ciucinnatti. There is no rca aonable doubt that the State has gone ,,, p- n-e, ient and triumphant in wm. hit* l—mt so independent, relln.-d, oinni« ici.t, so Ht-ifri j.hteni.- mi no ble, that its (ir^on- can ridicule and see nothing but wlsng in irrespective of party, it arc and 5 Democrats. In the now Congress there win be 20. Of those reported elected IS are Republicans and Democrat*, leaving Dfcc to hear from. The Republican claim to Pennsvl- certainly •ommenct'd ii^uiiitr .t* own be it ^rave. Veiii".n^r?Mi, Tlia" timers and Laborers did not petition our state Legislature for the present in creased salary of our state and county tticers, nor for a reduction I to less, ihan nothing of some of our Town«bip Officers, with threa'cnirigsof fine,and for what know imprisonment if nny refuse service after election. De-igned politicians for years have been pleased to call said to speak, in d«iVn e of par ty but of principle. A» I always have been a reader of the Advertiser, I I tie true, our views at lima. will. enough fur I i s i e as I am not trust you will not deny tne uuarsnc* as through it simply because I tiave chosen to criticise it once Keystone is while loing this continually, still We can hard ly tliioa liiere are many who have the feeling toward the Aijvkiii ikf.r' indicated by the first paragraph of this letter. We had thought be at do not cat tbe crow. Again, granting for the aeke of argument, that (ireeley could oommand the entire Democratic vote lenst kindly, gmtcftilly received. ence has ntide dianola Journal. Chat was a somewhat courte if not Double experi us doubtful ihis. The fl isi Instance whs when wt* pub Hsiud the call for the Liberal and Democratic Convention, and had tbe unparalleled an lacity to put it in small type i just a- we did our own a sin Dr. Maynard publicly announced be should never forgive iu us. And now comes the "Farmers' and Lilstrern and further demonstrates Its kinship to the Demoliberals by Recusing us above of "misrepresentation" because we did not state iu connection with the notice of a Con vention, trhrrr the the respective township caucusees were to be held. Why, wesupposeths prepared the call (which we published in full) did not even know where to appoint them —but of course the papers should have known. We fell that the partial township representation In the Con vention, and the fact,as we said before, that many delegates were sent by no caucus and had no credentials from any number whatever of their fellow citizens, was a severe blow to the movement but to think that ur alone were responsible for this great failure iu the programme is almost overwhelming! But upon the top of all complaint, our correspondent as erts that the Convention was cided success and not a fiuele." Why then this thusness? Mr. Oeiger admits what wo said He does kd U, has been long known to have an I the movement as «»**entlal)y political Imnense body of mineral, bet being I*** not. viz It lie was, and tha' resolutions of Conven tion* could not make hiin capable, honest or economical but this is of small consequence— the resolutions sound well, you know, and enunciate not a few safe truths which no one ev lenied or ever will. The further high soundiug declama tion of our friend, we confess to no* understand very specifically, save where he asserts that he for one is iu this movement as a Grant Republican and Iu the Interests of principle and reform without regard to party. We do not dispute this, neither does the the interest covered with water was mi available! cratlc coalition In this county aid* 1 of tbe Greeley mo. whs tbe situation she performed the osculatory exercise Her companions followed retract, and apologize for a gross slander uttered aitainst the Republicans of a great State? n mair eaiimg^nimserfir^* miuse went to Indianola a month ago and bought an elevator, paying some $500 down, and went into the grain busi ness. He was a member it, is i am a Republican, but not a servile one and intend Co vote for Grant and (\Ho:i. remain your Friend iu erciae «i' It bv 8/00 at last advices. Nebraska maintains her Republican •landing with 5,000 majority. Well dene. subjectt. tlu* iiec ex- $ri vatu judgment u|all J. flrttiRR. of the Pat rons of Husbandry" and thus obtained the favor of farmers while his appar ent integrity obtained for hltn unlim ited credit from business men in town. Thus matters stood until Saturday of last week, wheu Mr. Bruce, who had bought and disposed of considerable grain, suddenly disappeared, leaving hotel landlords, bankers, grain men and others minus several thousand dollars, since which time no clue can be obtained of bim. So says tbe will he Mrs. Laura Fair the.California wo man who added cold-blooded murder to the many other broken commands of the Decalogue, was acquitted by tbe jury upon her second trial. Talk ing of the farce which wai called trial, a Louisville editor admits that the worst use you can put a pretty woman to is to hang her but then, he insists, a pretty woman should re member that one of the worst uses you can put a man to is Co shoot kissing his wife. him for Tbe Springfield (Mass.) llepublioan, though a Greeley organ,isconstrained to reject the Daua-McCorab Credit Mobilier slanders. It says: man tupposes that Colfax, or Kelly, or Patterson, or Boutwell has stained his bauds with a bribe. No sane man supposed anything of tbe sort of Dawes, Wilson or Garfield." By tbe death of "a de rt- garding the effect of resolutions of Conventions upon candidates after election, to be true in general but clHinis an exception to the rule in be half of the "Farmers' and Laborers'." This is merely a matter of assertion Of course, "there are tricks In ail trad. s but ours." Dr. Francis Lieber, the distinguished German-American scholar, the world of philosophy and science loses one of its most useful and honored thinkers aud workers. He died in New York on Wednesday, aged 72. One of his chief works was the "Cyclopedia Americana." Col. Tennie C. Claflin says: "I have seen clairvoyantly that within two years there will be Inaugurated a I war, more bloody and cruel than the world has seen for centuries. I shall command my regiment and shall be killed." Is true, accept our assertion as intend that every man was what Hurry up that war Tbe entire .—Blade. production of wool 22 from of the leading wool-growing tries of the world Is estimated at 1,813,.'too,000 Hs per annum. Of this vast amount the United .state* produ-1 oe* 180,000,000 lbs. Three of the four Iowa of the their annual sessions. The fourth, the Iowa, meets at Oskaloosa next Wednesday—Bishop Andrews pre-1 siding. I nonaixia ri 11 u I of All to catch som^lepubliqpii votes upo precisely thtewmk. TMt is just the object the whole thing and as the great and good Mr. Greeley said about horse thieves and Democrats, we do not say that every man who supports the Farmers' and Laborers' ticket is Democrat or Greeley man hot we do say that all the Democrats and Gree ley men do support it—and very few I others. suit, tlx crowd applauded, and Mr. Greeley stoo it like a man." We don't believe a word t»r it. No Hoosier lass, aud especially a buxom Hoosier lass, would have been guilty of making so outrageous an assault upon a chaste and modest man like Mr. Greeley, ard if the assault bad beon made, as alleged, Mr. Greeley would have resented it in a becoming manner. He would have given those impudent and designing women to understand that be was nut one of grumble to be blessed, that kiud. If any buxom Hoo»ier girl should approach him with so im proper a proposition as Oh, how like to kiss you," Mr. Greeley would have responded with awful emphasis, D— u you, go West."—St. Louis Democrat. If Mr. Greeley says that more than $100,OtX) was expended by tbe Repub licans o line anything that emenate** from Fsrnn-r-aiid l.-itxirers o u a s e votes i n the recent election. Hon. James G. Blaine, Chairmau of the Republican Committee, declares that the entire expense of tbe election was a little over #15,000, and that every has dollar was used in payment of speakers, distribu tion of documents, etc,, aud finally says "I arraign Mr. Greeley, therefore, as the slanderer of the Bepublieaim of Maine, a party of as gallant aud true men as ever cast an unpurchased end uupurchasahle vote." Will Mr. Gr«eley undertake to prove what jMskaudqi. OOKDDCTBD BT I •senate*are liThrtlsl reaaeated «aairifc«tatethasa ealai— iai«fwwi ar fcrtef «Wklw*S— aay »wwrl«ttaaWect, Oflsers of the Mate Granfe. Master—D. W. Aoamh, Waukon, Lecturer—J c. List of Granges ia Cedar Name. White Plseon, Weatern, Eaclp, island VtiKiala tJnlon, Dnrant Shlloll,, Oak H1U, Let us Inform him. if I M—llloP. Sprtngflfld. Oower Cedar,'sFerry, ltomxtelphla, was interested "irrespective of party"—as they might as tvell didn't bold It, and what is more they proba bly A oorrespondent of the Chicago bune, who is traveling with the Gree ley circus, writing from JefTersouvllle, tells the following pathetic story Iu tbe crowd were a group of bhx om Hoosier lasses. They I V" w tIMF «tr. uiwiejr uy me nam to grasp Mr. Greeley by the hand, to kiss you,' and suddenly threw her arms around his neck, and before he had time County. Secretary. Post Brown, W suppose Hebron. Pleasant Hill. PleMant Valley, Parm4n*ton. W Pleasant Urorp, isaac Johnston, Oar roll. Wm Corrle, Osnsolus, KRrtarvln. John Hholtt. York Prairie, Qulncv Clsney,, Merhauloevllle, Pedee, RS^SSle. Bnreka,, Dm was also the case with the enthusiastic Demo crat who rushed into the last Greeley mocratlc county Convention and told them "if they held their Convention I to nominate county officers at the ear ly day then set Stanton, A DColeman. A 0 Cartwrl«ht, Nicholas DWSm'Halter, th. Hexd notices of meetings, or ah Items of interest to the order, for pub lication in these columns. A regular meeting of Monodelpbia Grange will be beld in the Hall on tbe third Saturday in Oct, 19th inst., at seven o'clock P. M. Tri Shultz, Sec'y. WfLL not approached Granges in the north* part of the county will please send name of Grange and Post Office address of Sec retary of same to H. W. Bailky, Sec'y Ex. Com., Tipton, Iowa. Tbe To Manufacttkeku.—Manufactur ers of Farm Implements of every de scription. Sewing Machines, fe., Ac., I'l will please sent) Price 1S72-.' Sec'y could not ascertain. Lake i'rairit Grantee came to the grounds in proee* icn, and the Grange* from North Prairie aud Sweetland displayed ap propriate banners. picnic dinner lie oi will he evening a private meeting of the order took place at Kalorama Hoboolhsmt. Tribute of Respect The Wiikkkas, 11 wise Providence to take from our inidst our much resjiected brother Levi I). Jennings, hioI Wiikrkah, The upon us as Brothers and .Sisters united by the bond of Friendship, H^'pe In The Des Moines Register says "Probably the it ttis act for tbe Ajivkktixkk to publish iu full,,/M«f as it iron jtr'/irti iit l,i) thorn infrristnl, the call for an opposition political Conven tion. Not that any special cfedit is claimed therefor, but we did suppose largest brick arch ever planned iu the Stale was commenced at the new capitol yesterday—the room under the northwest corner of the building. It is thirty three feet square, with four spans fifteen feet each, made with the thickness of single brick. The center r.*st* on a pillar of solid masonry, and the con nections with ihe wall are made on I levelled stone. About ten thousand brick will he used in the structure. [There Charity, to expreas the sorrow we feel in the untimely loss of our departed Brother, therefore, I,'Ho/rrd, As a further token of sped to the tnein ry of our deceased toother, that the Ditprtimttion of. our Orange he C. P. Furst. Ch'n Committee. Minnesota Farmer Wheat Crop. The St I'au! Pioneer of the 2ith in stant reports au interview 22 bushels. His "No sane The Conferences Methodint Church have beld a MaryScott tnat he would never M*~iou*ld- Dr-1 damaging blows ever received by the American people. He could not vote for Grant, but tbe American people are not compelled to vote for either Grant or Greeley they have the op portunity to vote for a great statesman I and an honest man, Charles O'Cooer. For Abbott. Cl»rk»vllie. Becretary—Wa. Ch'm his Allamakee On., ButlerOe., Dvaxi Wiliioh, Iim Moines, Ex. Com.—E. B. 8ba»klao. Dubuiiae. when the Democratic party was sold out to Greeley McDonald.Wlltoa. Center, Ctias N A'eed, M. Noll, Inland. Bailey, Rochester. Laucamp. at. HUL Joel Clark. Wilton A MrAltater, Dnrant.. A W Mra8 o w He Pierce, Tipton. ManaOeld, VanBnren,Uuraot. W Robinson, 8 Prairie vif», Clarei T"Pto% OuraiK Clarence. Louden flower's,Ferry Cedar Tl^toaBluffii. 1 slant. Clareaee. Burroughs fatten, 1 Equal Rlchta. descanted on Mr. Greeley's dis honesty and inconsiHtency and drew I a parallel between Greeley and great French prototype, Rohespiere He wanted no second rate policy man but a statesman, a positive man. lik I O'Conor. With Peilee. Mrs Martin, Long. Ale* Moore, Red Oak Pioneer. Coon Creek, Fremont, Hprlnitdale. Rochester. Tipton. Wm Andre. lied Oak J. M. Treichler, Meskaatav'le H. PealKxl y, I Secretaries, or other mem bers, of the several Granges in the County send us corrections in any case where the above list of Granges is in error as lo names or P. O. address. Cedar aud State of luwu. In and naalriHt A W Dean, of the southwest sect |fc»gieps line too small this fall to hold the prodig ious crop. Despite of the late spring, notwithstanding the predictions ot 3w«l Kheriffof Ex. Com. Last week Thursday, the Muscatine Journal says, about 500 Grangers met at the Fair Grounds and were ad dressed by D. W. Adams, of Waukon, Master of tbe State Oramce, whose ad dress is well spoken of by those who heard it. Short speeches were also made by Senator McNutt, Capt. A. II Wile* and others and against A W VEW part,he would ehooseO'Couer and he believed it the duty of Dense crats to do the same. Hon. T. M. Monroe, of Dubuque, I spokeat considerable length, aud in the course of his remarks endeavored to show from a tabular such a standard party will once more and succe-* be the result, lie claimed thst ir»e ley was defeated the i! iv he was notn I inateti, and thiit Democrats have choice between hi in 1 and must vote for Ilean, eighty I of the said wli s'li, I W"'V Dean and solemn draped in mourning for thirty days. Jicsoh'cd, That the members of the Grange wear the usual mourning badge o w e n y Rrmtvrd, That a copy of these reso lutions I*, presented lo fVf/ar four of those vaults— |one in each corner. strnd, and entered upon Ihe Record of this Grange. clock will from four to five bushels more per acre than any other kind, and will weigh three to four |tounds more to the bushel. He has tested it for the last three years upon similar ground, with several other varieties, and al ways with the same result.-' The Iowa Straight-Outs. coun-1 State Convention of the Straight-Out Democrats was held at DesMolnrsou Wednesday. The at tendance was not large, but embraced men of ability and character, who mean what they ssy, and have reasons for the faith that is in them. Hon. Barlow Granger, in taking the chair, made a pungent speech, in which he expressed the opinion that the straight out Democrats In this State would have levied upon the following prop«-i a* Hie property A XV names we Iean to-wll The west half 11of e 1 west quarter V1,"ir1 l*wtl following preamble and resolu tions on the death of Levi B. Jennings, were unanimously adopted at a regu lar meet ing of Eagle Grange, held Oct. 3rd. 1872. Per W llull, to-w ll: The west a ',) of the souf beast quarter «i. and pa 11 of the duty rests east half I' Mofsnld a Mr. Dairymple, an extensive wheat grow er, of Minnesota, the substance of which we copy. I aggregate marketed at a price which netted him $1,05 per bushel first ADVERTISUMEVrs, Be Deceived, DON'T but (or coMi* hoantitPK* and bronchial dlBculties, ti«e tion only I have levied u iwlritf property unoi said section,nnd thence enst oil Ing 'eflar I By Virtue t'e'ar List for Che year to Che undersigned at Tipton. 11 Cedar Co., lawn, u« he Is authorized by the Executive Committee of the CounCy Council and Huliordinate Oran ge* of Cedar Co. to receive proposition for all articles needed by the Order In n said county. H. W. Bailky, 17tf v Ida, Wells' at as the |Bald A W •i i j:rnp Dean,!• w i of section three rrty ofth The west half o the southenKt quarter (3), I township west SO, ofthe5th half range (jiiHrterof i'^) inn three east corner if west of said (,:!). commencing at the south -four I I corn cribs of Iowa will be much Which said southwest tlieuc" tli Is ulh of said section rods, to 1 the place of heglnn ing:seventy-twoone containing linn, dred nnd seven ncres. more or lesv, nnd the property usually known ••Cedar of town. I croakers, the corn crop of Iowa has had full time to grow, to mature, and to ri|ieu—frost not having fallen upon It till the 2Sth of September. And shnll offer the same for s I I A. I. 1H72, I to get 'ip cluh, \Ie county, Iowa. SHERIFF SALE. of a special Execution Irecfe'l. |scott,«andngiilnstof nd tomedl Issued frotu the office of the Clerk ltlie Circuit. o u af in t!:c roisnt.v of Htntc Iowa,fnr Iii favor ot K W A \V De.ui, poll I have levied the following property us the pro| he A \V I to wit: Tinof*1fitsaidf'1oflean,southeast 1 li.i! I he nil oflhe qtiarte ea»l-linlf i e«t»|i.part of the south ai ler ', of se tlon three :!. town shipeighlv is(p, rnnse ttiree ill, •'itli p. m., I Court House In the town of Tipton.the said county,door.Hatnrday on that may accrue thereon. Hated this 'J7th Per A Maynard. Peputy. r.,i.ien iioi'iire b\ south east quarter 4, anil pan of the east half of south (','iof section three*:!/,the township and range three of the '.th And stint! t.'tj, west p.northand in., o!'cr e ill the WlSfV. f?f Id .luv, o sal Uiv s*iii exeetitimi A II M.iynnril,iff Deputy. 8HERIFF SALE. By vlrme of a general l,-tTelArCo has ple.ise the All- ami against W i1 west township eighty Diirt i e it llt mttvcd. That we hereby tender to the bereaved relatives and friends, our sincere sympathy anil condolence for our common loss! viofthesouth ijuarter '*1 rS0\ "•.west and House i o o i n I e w n o i o n I n ltd county, on Saturday,o the ictoher, By v u e of a general execution to me di rected,i Issued from the office of the Clerk of the District Court. In and for the county of I ir State of Iowm, In Neely.and following property the property fth«- said A W Dean, to-wlt:as The west half ot l.e mini heast i' ,j the family of section three of our deceased brother, and published in the eighty day, to satisfy execution and Dated tills Z7lli dav fei« Said Administrator will I sufficient Woi.v crop of wheat amounted lo 45,00) bushels,all of which, as stated above, has been after paying freight insurance, and commission for selling. Mr. Dairymple Informed nie that he sowed half his laud with Scotch fife, aud tbe other half with the Odes wheat. Of these two kinds of wheat Mr. Dairymple is decidedly in favor of the Odessa, antl says he shall sow no other kind next season. Bald costs that Notlri' of Final Rrporl. is hereby given that ttiere is new ionNotice tile in the office of I AND AT yield DEAN* INC*MAX & YOUNG'S cast as large a vote for ('baric* O'Conor as I the Democrats iSast for Breckinridge wheu he was a candidate. He said vole for Horace and lbou*hl 1 nayes. I of Greeley would be one of the moat IN THE ri^ACE TO Itl VOI tt rui & mm com. Jnst received, a U, niav accrue »hereon of September. !«72. JOHN D, SII HA lie Clerk of the 14.'ourt oftlie •dar tlnni I I tiel ltieing His wheat crop is iiarvested, threshed, the wheat sold, and the money placed to his bank accouut. The following items concerning tbe immense crop may not be devoid of iuterest: Tbe average yield per acre was report of first Hats, Caps, HeadyMade ^at the election Mr? th! id bronchi*) dlBcultic Carbolic Tablets WerfhieasImItalians are mi tin- theenly semantic Price 2o Cta.per Box "HAND STAMPS" statement that free. Baltimore it could have elected a candidate of it* own political faith, for it had over 300,000 Democratic maj rl*v III the Stales dteSfh made market, but preparation of LiMC cartinlic disnHM Is Acid for »lieu lii»k-Hll\tlieuc other well combined witb aapwn renuslien wt aaaall partus hi TABLETS, arecaiulotixdagalnit la all casee u-mgunyother-mem, ul irrluuion the braee ttame mucuus TABI.ICTH *houlofhe 'l clMaalnx frtv iv used their Slid healing properties are Ii^lomxtiing. Itwanrd kvieb n kui.kt a coi u.it In curst In the cure is easily its incipient stale, when It h** eoiueschronic exceedingly difficult, u-e Weils carbolic 1'ablets u- u specuic. JOHN 44. K KLLOU4J. 18Piatt St., N. Y. Rend for Circular, sole Agent for tbe IT. 8. varieties. Circular* ttaalid.all WH 1PAVIS4CO, ITSkC'Aaenla n. 7U Nassau. N. Y from«#c.(Call and mf *I" examine,.or samples sent free 1 retail quick for for 50c that *10. i.postage WOTCOTT, 1S1 Kquare. N'. Y. $15 tographs Chatham a day to Agents, selling Campaign Badges, for and Genta lireaat and scarf pins,Ladies his gold plated with pho of Presidential Candidates. Sain plea mailed free for 30 cents. Mi S.". Kay cedar St.,N. 4 Co, V. -will lie hear er, the enthusiasm of the old lli ii)" cr rie be luonsed and a lor ion* victoiv w i of |Johnson. Auditor—J. Caseldy, of Pottawat tsmie. Treasurer—D B. Beers,of Audubon Alcorney General A. G. Case, of Floyd. M. Mon roe, of Dubuque Harlow Granger, of Polk. 8HBBIFF SALE By virtue of aspects! execution I recteil. sent tae jmmmmwma** Chicago, gain the love |H»rHon (irant, hut O'Conor. The following ticket was nominated Secretary of State—E. 8. Parvin, aflWUons th«»and y AN KLK1*NTLY BOUND CANVASSING BooK for the clien|«»«t Family liihle ever |uIUk)i»1,andl w i ohHrpe 1 arc Register of Land Office—Dan. Slier wood, of Pottawattomie. Electors at Large—Thomas to ihe fi.Xn h«ok torn* 11 issued from tin-office of lie Clerk of the Circuit Court, in ami Mnt to any hook nieetiiiK the hlood or prornp situated In Cedar coun Iowa. fnllarmftKlTttn «»f the Bo\\ and cost BY of section three it), Iu north, and range three of the sili m., anil situated edar eount v, In Iowa.p. r!:::!! iiSVr the naiue iMtli A 1S72. of at one o'clock p. til.day lav to satisfv said execution and costs that ma v accrue I hereon Dated this dav of September, A 1872, JOHN D. SHEARER, Sheriff of 'edar county, w e wntered biiiiiiiiiics,l 0(in It Kit, Sheriff of Cedar count v. Iowa Per A I! Maynard. Deputy. To sell or not sell, That's tke qaestlon. all book agents Send nam*to and address AfsFNTS toZlEULLHA M11.I KI)Y. ftUldl 1 111. "PWMmE se«® of free of aK^nt. It contain** nenr- 500 rtne Hoript«reillunt rut ions,and Hut«icrlp Kxchisiv»» Territory jnvon, ^..For TerniH, lavor ef.l w Hull .'led for thf* Hfi.iress and other Popci.AR Works UHPH V A O). Ptiblisheni, more, Md.»»nce, DUTY OFF TEAS *, p. m., and pnrt the east (4) EX K A 1 DK EX1K\TS F0K CLI BSI HHNO FOR M:\V( ll(il(( ri,AK! contain!! !nilexpluualionK |imrter (i north eighty-one iSl rods, then I west thirty-one 2-1(1 rods, thence south of Pep**iii* rods, Premiuinn, Ac, The Way to Obtain our living tlieuc Goods at a south degrees west,thlrt.-vseven flt'ty rods to the sout distance 'rom New cluh tf'^liier, uii'l uei Y»irl" them at the same e *e! 11 inn i at our Warehouse in NVw N'orkpri in let each be at the Court House floor In the town of Tipton in lsaid county, on Haturday,the38 day of Oct., satisfy said execution and costs that |accrue thereon. We Dated this 2Sth person vvi^lrng how ntiit-l)aour .s. to Tea he warn*,as (ariice and the kind and from Price List puelislied In our clrcu Writ*- the nameft, kinds au us the Mills," situated in Cedar county hy 1 on a lifft, and when amounts plainly ttie uh in complete Kfixl he no confusion in tit. ««-ali party no more. at one o'clock p. m.. of said day,to I oitlers, 4*r hy distribu getting evacily what be orti^i.i. 3d west of the ami situated iu fed ir county Iowa. And shall oiler the same for sale at In at one o'the clock, |«ald dav of Sept. SHERIFF SALE. Hy In Cedar state of Iowa, In favor of.I felder.and It i i pli« er» i HUlHl I 2«th let. A. D., 1ST'.', A. 11. 1*72. JOHN I). HHEARKR, |Jw«l HherlfTof Cedar county,Iowa. which day of I'. M., of day. to satisfy said Kxecniion and costs ma Dr. virtue of a special execution tome reeled. Issued dl retain and i and lor the county Kllf ^ive teiiiiorAr. the tirnt d^'*-,hut brings to the from c.,i to aid in weakn:iig t! ed lltjUor. which miner ten in s«i e*teiv mw* reign n'mwlu-s, hut t*nlr and •Itrrailvf* leading loedicai authorities oi Lond"! and Paris an'1 lta« i-rii loio: lined hv the regular physicians of utherc tuntries wuh won-lerful reuiedial resulu. Piie and kmdre t-wliich, i ng th- nvalid, nor it a l-d"Bit 'pillar name ol ely pitiineti off on the public is a m«« p«werf«l proiiounc*'lt ho Wells' from the offlc of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. hy taken as Ikere Hpleea* I nle- Wliothcr 'tis no bler to Buffer the stings and arrows of outrageous lack of custom, and hold on to the Ootids be cause you can't pet an exorbitant price or to do as they are doing at the any clitK st», Instantly.and Tlii* acquirement all can poM*et«, free, lsimple,mental v for reutn. to'Khfr a 25 Marriage uni Oracle, lirt-ams,with lemail Kgypttftii Hint t*t A queer, ex- cit.nK Wnok. lifti,ooj»oUtto AddrosM T. WILLIAM A A CO., l'tsb, Philadelphia, Pa. FREE TO BOOK AGENTS Agpnta with Addre**, unprecedented Miocewr Nlating experience v. and Khow viiu wlmt wm will our a^etiis d«iiiiK, NA TIONAL PriHJSHING V ».are Chicago, 111, Cincinnati, Ohio, or St.Louix,f Mo. WCanvahukrm, ANTKD—EXFRRIKNC KI» Book Agkvth CITY axd in all pari of the United State*, MKMOIKOF n'WiKR T\NPV, rhl#f Justice tht* Huprciii" Court 4l the Cnifttl Stttle heretofore puhlinheit in Uit'owHnit this country. touch light upon our Constitutional Political History. It 1 a tere^i and of W4»rk tifextraordinan'and to ciiw«s tne IItutorial !, tin Lawyer, th« Mtat»'*iiian.valuePolitician, the and erer of Intelligent renc« r*. for the county of *^"Kold hy D1IUG STORE, in |h rrnanerit I I O N IOWA, Haiti making such sacri fices :ts were never kni^vn since the days of Abraham and Isaac. All per sons over order he- 'ii«»ea leimerton «on errelie«Mis. prodnrln* acrofulous ••«, Blotches. Feious, tuleft.Canker,skin Pimples,ch-aaRe. Ac.. Ac. Take Jarabehti to purifv and the vitiai«*«l blM«l :v anted the with system is loa Take same for sale Court House tloor. at imrt debilitated of vital Mrce.|nverty of the «lcal Blm» l«a«eftitde. it aMisi ligi»sijon without reaction it youthfVil town of Tipton,the In igor to the weary sufferer., imimrt youthf ... I«a™ WeakBeM^*** fatcatteeaf els. i n aiul oil are lake it ti JOHN I SHEA HER, sher of ivdar Co., Iowa. JOHN execution to me lirecied, issued from Ihe offlc of the Clerk of the Dtstri.-t "ourt In eilar arid Slate of I own. ii In AW u I war! off*tendency ihihle to suffer wor» than death strengthen organic weakness, or Finall perfw J^reaT KKLLOUO, l« Dean and have e v i e upon ihe following prop rtv ns the property of the said AW riatt «(.. Nw York Hole and for th« county favor of Ageiit .Jus for United Htates. Price. One Dollar per Mottle.theHeml for Circular NDERTAKING ii. ». iii:OU \. Hpeciul^attention for saie at the u i v e n A ftill lin( lil.icl. Walnut and Koscwoisl Cofllns on best favor of Robert and against A \V Denn. upon quarter lid part of the east halt ('4), ol quarter the southwest 1:«• isrii, p. Pout, Ihe Tipton AltVKK- TISKIt, I lie Adrritifr. and Iowa 111. township north, and range three :t west of and aituated In Cedar county Iowa.th And shall offer the same lor sale //om' at Court Mouse In the town of Tipton.the alurday.lhodoorith painted hrnid. Prompt Kiven with Hearse when equlrcil.attention ofsaid cmne and see GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING Iowa. Per A Maynard, Heputy. flw41 SHERIFF SALE. CJolorcd, Cleaned or Repaired i ,ne nianner. Stnlns, tJrense i ts Hii'-kcyt:.Shaving I the have levied or perfectly eradicated from silk or Woolpnint en aoods All orders should he left nt the Hnloon, 4»KtlH4iK CONWAY, •'•*1' Tipton, Iowa Farm ftir Sale. A O O t«»N I AIMN'i |i« ii. It-, of 4'hirene)p 011 2( dav of oitti o Octolier, A W" lie terms, or further this offlce. i o n Aug. .IwH 1'iUi, USZ. BOOTS! SHOES! Circuit state of Iown, within Hint County, the with for K. lirlnk. administrator of the estate of EmaU' Ashton, dee'd, showing full set lenient, land asking to be discharged as such Adni'r, land that the 27th day of October, A. D. 1X72. iy of the next term Irourt,the is set for the llnal thereon.saidof hearing be discharged If no objection le then made. WM. ELLIOTT, Clerk, A I.Asnr, Att'v for Adni'r. 2wll WE $18,000 STRONG! He obtained tbe seed from tbe Na tional Agricultural Department, aud has given it a thorough trial for three years, always with the most satisfacto ry results. Ilesays that it NOW IS THE TIMB, SAM. WIRICK Isstlll dolngnll itlnds of Oustom WorK, and alHOkeeplna n carefully selected Hy & keeping the best of stock, ihe n lot. i wwest |i acontlnnnnce I-tit emp'.oylng skillful work men, and cHiirglug Good Boots and Shots MAY BK BO CO I IT E A AT 8AM. WIRITK'S. BLAIR WOLF, tT"t)TAHY rt'l!Lt4' nnd Insurnnee Aaent, 3N 4flie, with Wolf* Lan.lt, nsurn lilt Tipton, Iowa. GOODS h! STKWAHT'S SIKH HTOHB, U K liangae* Land. N the hesf purt of and Fox reserve, a,owned and lor sale hv JOHN M. WKTIIKRKLL. Spriagdale, tVdar co., iown.!itii ino.,1, uud Slute of Iown, Clothing, and Piece Goods. In mt. mt liivor iUnscy,nnd nuitiust Klnsey aud of A. O. Mianley, 100 OP ALL STYLES, FROM flOl BEST ST4H'K AN!) AT THE I*u ». restore to heaii hy action. Have toH mchf Cnleas di gestioti in Lowest IPrlo©. Also, a gootl a^nortment of d. Drop- Tendency,i oneral Weakness or Yoo LiDIES' GEITLEHEI'S ftCHILIEEn liUOTS AND 8HOES, burnt Eunh't'n Ufa danger of malarial, miasmatic ot contagious & IMMENSE SALES supply or Agricultural Implements, Stoves and Shelf years of age furnished with Dnrcis gratui tously. Youths un der KM) years furn ished with every thing in our line at a small advance on above rates. it U us mail and we will put each party's rate packac^. :m ^«jo«ls in neii mark n• iiame the cost,no there upon tti*m, wi hM*d and he funds to pay for goods heU'nt hv .o .lerttl 1 ran rafts on New Post Oflice money *xpre««. majr clav of Sept., Or.Yorkwill, w»» tb«- ^oodH if de«iire l. hy express A. D. IK71 loHN P. SHEARER, Head to ot .nu ON i»km vkiiv#" The Great American Tea Co. 31 A S3 Vcosy Mri'tl, P. O. Brn v i s. New York Cltr. O E AND S E E V S A. M. KIRK & CO. T. I». *TI K»EVI\T, RESIDENT DENTISlT, Office over City Drug Store, 33 CLARENCE, IOWA. BOOTS AMI SHOES the Kxtraetof Jurubeba licat v n u »s peculiar to the AKE STILL MADE AT FRED HERSCHFIELDS' plant a(m Old and rmanent curaUvc agent, warn af ardM is jsar hlTtr relie\»sl at W a 4 ell Known Ma nufacturmm Be sure nnd call at DUTCH FRED'S for perfect fits, latest styles, and best wear, South Side Court House Square, Tipton, Iowa. Sept. 1, '69. Veg-etableCure Cu recall ili«eascs caused by self abuse, viz: NjM-rmator/ica, Seminal WcaknM, Night PinissioiiM, Loss \f i/iori/, I'ni vrrmt/ Laxxitifdr, Pains in the Batik, rhnnf v of i Prices reasonnhle. The A 'ixiu/i, Pn inatiire Old Age, Weak my A stock. ,'ily 'cms, l)i[)iuff Jlretithing, Pale Countenance, Insanit)/, Consumption, and all di«easi* tliat follow m« a quenee ytiutbful itidiferetinns. WThis medicine ha» heen used In our practice for many years, mi,I with thousands treated. It bai not fuiUnl in a single tnstauce. fi*F!i package of VKc.ETAm.ie Crr.r. no other will ti« BOOTS! SHOKS! BOOTS SHOES Ol.lJ AND NKW Cl HTOMKItS ami if the NoranMaiiy e by dealer* melons the in a letter and we r.u :pit.**titroandtake hyr niaii.money wtire from i»Wrvaiion. ies onlentlemen can udtlres^ in nnrU'Ct con e,«!tttiim fully and plainly their dU»»a«»K •orrw Pati corrwpondctice* and nl not tecHtise flpi»ta.nat»i!.itvf«». Sltf visit ti*. as we have irented o o stock of Kasteru Made tloixls at his Soot & Shoe Shop, on ednr St., opposite Virgin lilock. Pi A fi5 W e o tbe rices,he hopes to race I v i an Increitse of lh» o W o 4lot only flair patronage heretofore bestowed. 9 S. S3 .5 »—I r. w w ft C. B. Itiicliel N.Amos Stunley, I luivelevied, upon the follow!ti« property »n the prop- erl of the said Amos Stanley. IV aud I'. M. (,*i) in lroi|tiols, ihe of I'w''towiilive I iiiidition lo Mecliillllcsvllie,an o»t:ir t.outlty, ... shnll offer the same for sale nt tha Obu Mouse door. In the town of Tiptop,In sal I '•mint.v.onHaturdiiv.the IHtliday IK72,'»l of one o'clock, I*. M.,of said day, isfv said execution FARM FOR SALE. II VVF. A tiiiiil) I' VIIM »f hU iieres, miles sunt r»d lisnjie 40 .\tnmt i.i county, on Hack miles south of Tope '72. SHERIFF SALE. rtltion Itv r»ci« virtue of tile a spoclul execution to tn«* dl- it.issuiMt fi«Mii the olllcc Clrcu it Oe Stupendous Stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Carpets, ^Notions, liir It Is Tiinlit n,Uiio. r, the in cifMlviillnii: si .Hhi in I'llr -hnser. iw til of Clerk of Court, In mill tor Ihe ciiuuly of r(YIirK l» hereby clvon that pmpn*nJa I will Iw ri'cclvcd nt the Auditor'^ (ltie® until Nov. I It Ii. IST2, it iiihii and ItIm wilft to take ch'ira» of r»or Kurm o tfieve^r iKTJi, K. M. imiNK, Autllioj', Kin- Hiichei N. Htiiuley, |.-wil frftts nuuilier four it) aud five number ii in Block Safes for Sale* (tel ., N and day of IwW SberllTof Cedar Co. Iowa. TOTH'E lierehv ^iven. costs that acc thereon. Hted this MMl nuiy ofa ren«»Iutlon Septetnlier, A D. that on Saturday, passed hy e Mount of Super- vifiors, at their Kept. Term, H72, Hhall u i i i o n e JOHN U. HIIEAItKH, •re now in tne Court well Hardware, as are without Pw^^njjn ihe .BU|,oriiptw, oTereryt^lngelsenanailykepUiTa IIOUEBLANDER lsstill an', an First Class Hardware Store. there. unlJn»llM COME IN QUICK Mc NAM AM A & CAS A I). Tipton, Iowa. THAT STEWART, West Side Court Square, Tipton, Iowa, IS IBIS 4 SIB selling At antl below Muscu- tine and Daren• port prices. Reason THE IK can do thin Is thai Ii l»uy» hU UlHNI4lk rr4llll I lie tllllllirut lu rer'n tli red. a.itl »atc« lo liiiiiihttiiiirrvilie prt0l It'niTtillj liiki-ii by "middle" men. If any one has nny doiihts as to thetnUiaf tbUstatement let him hrinx his river loirn price lists and see for himself. STEWART td«o warrunlM ever)tiling lie sclli •ad nakcii hit lVARRA^'Tfifi GOOD in every eaMS. u" ft Shop, VI & Z w C8 or w t3 dT & ft tf i Ml o o rH w W9i A 0 4? I—I •H TSl 0 of ft •P w ft •W ts wrap- p«i in iilirn marine hlu*» pnp^r. print.^lin KOid letters, and contain* one bottle filled with SnrM omtetl and one vial of Medicates! I'tiwdtjrs, sufficient to make one half pini of injeciion aud one 8ynnge. MTPrice #5 per package, by mail free of poetae Three packages by e*p r«w on receipt of Ten Vegetable CureM |K wld hv en Sitlllit.-d 11.11 toll, mill I' soul hwc ileiiln'ed j.»r (jrniii good fences and kismI iiumht on reusonal purticulars enquire rcspniisihlc Ii «ieater* however, vprywher^r mine «i-^t! cl try comj *mid- s in place f*11. •f'fo^,11i tiii n order to make 14tke u e e o! e 0 3 WAGOIS! AND m.*re i !\»ii. n^K Tilts Kivf lKit for auatios CAHHIAGES!! The underMisiied having pur* ehncied (lie ltuniiie»» or John Zelller, mid proenred tbe wervlees or a pa in rii pQrtnm of ttae ciTiiind pa the public generally are Informed that fi-HB COMPETENT WORKMAN, will keep on hand, make and repair Wagons & Carriages Of Ihe NEWEST AXI BEST STYLES. ,".»t S. it. NJilMAN. E A E Drag Store Having purchased the Goods and business Of IIA1.L. A MAYNARD, the undersigned wonld Inform the puhlle that they nave much enlarged nnd Improved the stock, anu rcpo ,. neii Ave lie.i^t (it Tiiiton. «»n a (uihlle ncres nt' PURE DRUCS, PAINTS, OILS, linl- nil under fence. Dwell- ing house, stnlile .mil other out hulldl"K«, and nn e eel Id tiring or.h,ii,|. Price, eash nnd the to suit balaleeon tlnae AS. H. ROTHROCK. Tlptmi, I(wa,Hept.,J »7t. Notice For Proposals. PATENT MEDICINE, CLASS, &c., 1c., AH CHEAP «s Ihe CHEAPEST. line Aasortmrnt of Coiifcclioncrj,»» Cigars and Tobacco. at ihrce i o o Knfen i llouser,e mid H«id Mile to commence at 'I ••_Oppo.it. th. not o'clock p. ra. 40wU K. M. HHINK, Auditor. Co,,rt in uae, "tutIin, iowa. 9 B. B. TOWN.