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MKAI) & BROWN,
VOL. 6. NO. 43
5
New Oregon ai 1 Dealer
PablUhed rrerr MUy
lhe
*lR,1 Oealerpnntliig
rjom«, Main Strw*, New Oregon, liowanlOounty, low*.
-TERMS.-
Mtliecndcf
rtthe end of 12
OlnUoftsa, In ftdrMef,
ADVERTISING BATtl.
10 lines or less make one square.
1 Column one year,. i».
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F»r one iqunre, 1 insertion,
r. 4
3 months,
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9
12
Cards.
J^EW OREGON )USE.
Carey,
By, Robt. J.
A ivtt* ^SIOATIS,
EAST
PUBLIC SQUARE,
GOODRICH & MEAD.
S40 0
25 0
15 00
1 00
1 50
2 00
4 00
7 00
0 00
12 00
luittl notice* following pdUortri nutUr will be cfcarged
*t the rmteof|3,00 for ten line*, fur a single Insertion.
10 WA
A'J? If OREGOS,.......
Having purchased, refitted, thoroupblv
renovated and refurnished the above House
lie i» proparod to wait upon the trarollm£
rublic in the most attentive manner,
ficiting a share of public patronage, ho
will sp.iro no pains in giving atteuti. n to
tho wantx of all who may favor him with
their custom.
nfcijGtfj April 1,
MASONIC.
NEWM.
OREGON Lodge No. ISO of F. and
A. hold thoir regular comrmmica
tions Tuesday on or before the full ion of
each month. VisUiug brethren la good
standing are invited to attend.
n33v&
GEO. W. Pierce,' W. M.
*Wm. II Patterson, Sccty.
W. I.TOWN-SEND
WholcMtle aci Retail Pctltr In
k ForeigR and Douicstic Lifws,
wines, Ale,
fnA0v4
McGregor,........... Iowa.
Flotog rapti?! Photo
Mrs. F. H. Jewett.
NEW OREGON ...
-KHvA
Would announce ttiatshe'is pff^Wred to do
Photographing in the very best style of the
art, upon short notice and the most reasona
ble terms.
Ambrotypes, Paguerrotype* &c. taken,
when d-jsired. and ,'atisfaction guaranteed.
Rooms at the residence of the late F. H.
•Jewett
Photographsmust bo paid for in aravancc.
A share of public patronage is resneelfill
lv solicited. [n23v6t
JT AND PORSALB,
IN
Howard County, Iowa.
10,000
Acres!
^Uflfell selected Lands in Howard County,
For Sale Cheap.
Aeply by letter to E. E. OTlS,
Rtallkslate Broker.
T6n5j
Decemb©" 15, lfi^4.
-Deooruh, Iowa.
O E N I N U
The undessignod beg te Inform the citi
zens of Decorah and New Oregon that they
have now thrown open the doors at tho old
stand of H. Eatou, where they ate op«
»ng a very large stock of
Watchcs.
Clocks,
Jewelry..
Solid Silver and,
Plated wares,
Cutlery,
Re vole
tn,
Musical Instruments.
Notions, he., &c.,
In fact we are determined to fellow up
'ur present exhibition "by as
FINE A STOCK
mod as great a variety as any establishment
jj Northern Iowa.
A large experience and the best of facili
ties enable us to assure the citizens of Deco-
fEverycan
and vicinity that their every want in
line be supplied.
attention will be paid to
Rrparing Depart me n 1
especially the reparmg of fine watches.
A. FRENCH, $. SWEEP
McGregor. (a 29v6j:
Deoorftb
Attorneys & Counselors at Law
NEW OREGON IOiVA.
Will give prompt attention to all business
entrusted to their care Officc in Plain Dealer
Building (upstairs.)
H. A.GOODRICH. W. R. MEAD.
j^JURDOCK & STONEMAN,
Attorneys and counselors' at lav
MoGREGOR IOWA.
Will practice h» tbe wmtte of tbe 1 Otti
judicial district. Offioe opposite McGrcgor
VJotel.
£JAGLE EXCHANGE HOTEL,
S. M. Cole, Proprietor
NEW OREGON IOWA.
Having purcliaHed the above hotel and
made such improvements as the wants of the
public seem to demand, I solicit a share of
public patronage.—Stages leave this lrouse
daily for all points east and west. fn 1 v 1J
gltOOKS' HOTEL.*
C. E. Brooks, Proprietor
OS9IAN WINNFS1IEIK Co IOWA.
T* constantly prepared to furnish satisfactory accomoda
ilatlons to all tliosy favoring him with thuir imtronapi-. No
effort* will lis "pared tomase this house a pleasant resort to
all »r:\vellir.s F^.st or Weit. A* pood atatlinr attached aa
then: Is west
of the Mississippi
charges Tcrwnable.
NoTember, 25th, 1801. [ntlv3tf]
|J\SS & ELMENDORF,
s~
FOIVWAUTHNG, HTORAOK and COMMWfWOIf %FKR
Q.I1ANTS,
Public Square, Mc'ircgor, Iowa
Agents for McGormick.s Reaper. Dow &
Fowler and Canton Sweepstake Threshing
Machines. Moss & Williams' and Brainaird.s
Sugar Evaporators, and Frost's Sugar Cane
Mills.
Kept constantly on hand, Horse-Rakes
Cradles, Grind-Stones. Plows. &c., in any
quantity to Suit purchasers. Jno44.3_ly.]
VETERINARY.
GEO. S. 1)1
VETERINARY S0R(iE0\
fluato of the Chicago Veterinary fnstitufe.
Office at II. H. Dickerman%
Drug Store, Decorali, Iowa.
t. BS(8B,
i
Fashionable tsiilor, at the old record
er's ofice. Decorah, Iowa All work
warranted to tit,and made in the most
iashionab'e style. Cutting dono at short
notice and warranted to suit.
JMVERV.
H. S ti 111 e w o h,
NEW ORKGON. 1 IOWA
Horses and Carriages to let.
Travelers conveyed to all parts of the
country on short notice ana reasonable
erms ln.V)v5tf
JJR. SHERMAN S. LUM,
Electio hysician,
Granger,. Minn
Will treat every Acute fbm of disease
nside of four visits.
3880 Acres of Land
For Sale,
IN
°hickasaw and Howard Counties,
IOWA.
IN CHICKASAW COUNTY:
See. Tp. Range. Acres.
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w hf of n e qr and
o lif of n v qr ...
e hf
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n w qr
w hf
n w qr of n e or...
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hf.
12 w 240
21 95
v#'
2ft v»»
20
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160
320
320
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n
240
320
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320
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ft
0t
14 w
w
IN HOWARD COUNTY:
See. Tp. R. Acres
e hf 7 9* 13 w 320
s hf 9 w 320
all of *•••.... 17 w 640
Being 2 600 acres in Chickasaw and
1 280 acre* in Howard County. Iowa which
frill be nold for cm ah or part on credit
These lands are mostly in largo" traots
and well adapted for either sioclt or grain
arms
Por
term0,
Apply to GEO. W. HONES, Dubuque, Iowa
W.R. M'EA'D. New Oregon,
n
o^STSJ G.L,C.SC077,M9G?egor,
TROTH WITHOUT FEAR
NEW MILLINERY
AD
Dress Ma king Establishment
1
NEW OREGON IOWA.
rpHE Misses L. & L. Cowan have just re
ceived and are now opening up to
the trade

They are prepared to suit the tastes of the
most fastrditms.
They invite the attention of the public to
their desirable stock of goods, which may be
tound over the store of Cowan Schelle iger
& Gage
Honnete neatly repaired whitened and
and trimmed upon short notice and reason
able prices.
Dated, New Oregon, April 14th 1P65.
Misses L. & L.
Ho lias the Largest and brst
Selected stock of Dry Goods and
Ready Made Clothing ever
brought to this Market, which
he will sell at pricjs lower than
they can be bought Cor elsewhere
in this v ounty.
All kin^s of country produce taken in
exchange for Goods and the highest Mar
kct prices paid.
H. A. CLEGHORN,
Decorah Iowa.
April 28, 1865. (n24vfitf
(For the Plain Dealer.)
•racvs woniiD
We speak of the world, and we call it coM^
We talk of its heartless crew
Of its myriads of people everywhere,
So cold, so proud, no untrue/
And forget that the names of alt are stamp
ed on ite scroll,
And we are fractional parts of the whole.
Though the surface is dark, and frowning
and cold,
Yet, down in the world's deep sea,
There are sparkling currents and warm
gulf streams,
That we often fail to ?cc:
The bitter waters on the surface fioft
And the sweet are oftencst found below.
We as oft' misjudge others, as we are misjud
ged,
We always pass a decree,
Simply from what we hear others My,
Or, merely from what wo see
Though the face JS dull aiid the speech is slow,
There may be a foiintaio «f wit beldw.
Thercs" a heart beneath with a thousand
chords,
And the face is only its screen
And we often judge, yfes, harshly judge,
What we have never seen,
The face may be an expressionless scroll,
'but ''tis net the mirror of the soul!
We love to look en a blooming face,
An eye undimmed by rare
We love the bright ch ek 'nd snowy brow.
And the WHVCP of rippling ha
The silvery pearl when the red lip~ pa*t,
Yet, 'tis but the wail of a breaking hsart.
E\en the friends we imet with -most
We seldom read aright,
There is something beneath the placid look,
That hi veiled from human sight
They are pleased, yet grieved, and we know
not why
Thero's a smile on the lip, but a tear in
tbe eye.
Thus, tbe form may be graceful, the faoe
may bo fair
The voice like a silver chime,
Tie brow uudimmed by the lapse of
yeas*
TJnfurrowed by cart- or time,
But deep in the soul is an aching smart,
There's a smile on the lip, but a pain in the
heart.
Clarksville, Aog. f, 005. Joquzitu
OR
a large and well wilted .took "fjyy,eKilincy
FASHIONABLE GOODS,
Embracing all styles of Ladies Hats anp
BomietB which they are prepared to furnish
at unprecedented low prices. In patterns
Cor all kinds of
I A S 3 3 3 3 I
COWAN,
vfin22.) Milliners.
Glad Tidings
OP
GREAT JOY 7
PEACE ON EARTH
AND
Tht- No led Clothed ut it
lf ihht£r (:husti of
FAVOR,
NEW OREGON HOWARD COUNTY, IOWA, SEPTEMBER 8. I Mo.
7
Great
vse^
\£I.
I DECORA^'- IOWA
At Unprcecdenied Low Prici'sl
Piocecdinss of ihn ScJdierf9
Convention.
On motion, Captain Webster Ba^
lingcr was called to the chair pro tero.
A Ward and Lieut. Francis Weit
niaii were appointed secretaries
pro tem of he Convention.
On motion, a committee of five on
credentials wa-s appointed by the chair
consisting of Capt, W Clark. Lieut
Ednl„nd
j„e(?ari
lieut N
0 MHrtin, Lieut. Wrn- O^Donnh'ae
On motion of Capt Clark. Capf.
Liiughlin of Jasper county, was appoint
ed chairman of said committee.
On tion the Convention adjourned
until 2 o'clock p-m.
TWO O'CLOCK P. M.
Meeting called to order by the fcliair
Mr. Murray tffered th« following
resolution:
Resolved That this is exclusively
a soldier's convention, and »li:it none
lut rliose who were soldiers in the s« r
vice of the United States be admitted
as delegates to this convention, and
all those who are delegates to the cop
perhead convention to caorrow be exclu
ded as delegates to this convention.
Captain Edwards offered the follow
ing amendment: The words 'and loyal
citizens' to be inserted after the word
'soldiers' in the second line, and after
the words 'United States' in thr fourth
line, and the words 'convention that
meets on the 24th^ to be inserted for
the word*
'C"Pf.«'rhe»id
convention.'
The resolution as amended was then
carlied.
The ri :'i of t.he committer or en
M'. iitia.- c.j'vH and nd -j-'-. i.
.OIIO'.VH:
The committee would report thit the
following delegates from the different
counties are entitled to soxts in tlds
convention: Li»nt Charles Shepardi
McD.uiiol, Wm Potter, Cipt W
tln.gcr, Capt, Wm Edwards, Edmund
•J.it'ger, 1st Serg't II A Winther W
Buck, Serg't Wright, Brian,
Lieut II Henderson, Capt W
Clark, W McCaddin, Lieut S Mc
Kinney, Lieut N Martin, C»pt A
Ault. Capt W gMinett, David
Beani9, Chaplin, J.tc II irden.
Lieut Wm O Dmahue, W Huxfoid
Addison Dovis, Smith Child?, II
Jones I Bwing, Col II Trimble,
C"ffer of Kaokuk county W E Hons'
Lt PfinlHW, Lt N II Ward, W
Jcffey, Lt Hardman, Mowery, Lt
Myers, N S Faulkner. Fox,
Kelner, N W L*ughlin, Col
Olark, James Web'», Vanllorn,
Albert Jnne8. Sergt E Hollida», Wm
Lyon, Ilurdin, W II Woodrow,
Capt Myer, Sergt J.Oin Loman,
Private JuhnG Powers, Lt A Gar
rett, Chaplain A Barto Private S
Smdsmnn, Sergt E Attmore, Drum
Major Clemsh tW, Capt II Brown, Lt.
Weitman, Sergt Owens, E
Loss, Henry Dann, Levi Gardner,
Lowell, Alfred Mathews, Sergt Wm S
Russel, W Loomis.
The committee would further report
that the following gentlemen from »d
ison county desire to participate in the
deliberations of this convention:
McPherson, John KHl^y W
ewton, F. Murray, A Bra ford,
Robert A Stett, Sam Ruby,
Brock, W Pursel, S Cherry, N
Elliot. On examining their credei
tials, we find that the convention that
nominated these gentlemen adopted the
fofiowing resolutions:
Resolved. 2d, That while w# de
recate the actiou of the Union State
Convention which assembled at Deb
Moines, June, 14th 1865, in agitating
the negro suffrage question, yet we
heartily endorse (he nominations of
said oonvention.
,l}in
1
It will be perceived that these gen
tlemen are not entitled to seats, is they
do not bring themselves within the
call of the convention, and would rec
couimend the adoption of the following
resolution:
Reselvtd. That the Jehgatw of
Madison county be allowed sents in
this convention provided they pledge
them-elves to abid- the action thereof,
and give a hearty support to the candi
dates nominated by this convention.
On motion of captain Ouk the offi
cers pro tem of the conventi n were
retained toflerve in permanent organi
ze ion.
On motion of Capt. Edwards a com
mittee of five was appointed to report
resolutions. The chair appointed enpt.
Edwards of Lee capt. W Sennett of
./.tsper capt- Ewing of Davis, Lieut
Donahue, Col. C/Clark of Polk, said
committee on resolutions. The com
mittee reported, and after pome de
bate on the fifth resolution, the report
was adopted as follows: ..h
We the delegated repres^nfatfves of
the Soldiers and loyal citizens of Iowa,
in Convention assembler! at the Capi
talon the 23rd day of August 18G5
feeling profoundly grateful for the res
toration of pence after four years of
bloody war, have met together as free
American citizens, to adopt such mea
sures as in our judgment will most cer
taioly tend to perpetuate our plorious
Union of States and with the bless
ings of free institutions and ihe peace
sc happily restored, hereby adopt the
following platform of principles.
1. We are in favor of the Monroe
(h)Ctrin.
2. We sustain the Administration
of President Xhnson. and especially
endorse his reconstruction policy, and
we pledge him our earnest and uixjuali
fied support.
3. fro pp 'ird t.o i.v.£rci suffrage
or to the snifri-'g of the word white"
oat of the article on suffrage in our
Slate Constitution,—and will support
no candidate for office, either State or
national who is in fiivor of neg i o suf
frage or of the equality of the white
and black races.
4. We are in favor of the amend
ment to the Constitution of the United
States abolishing slavery, and the rati
fies tian of the same by our aext Legis
lature.
5. That inasmuch as we do not suf
ficiently know the sentiment of the peo
ple of the S'ate in regard to the pro
hibitory liquor law, we deem it expedi
ent to refer this matter to the different
county conventions to take such aotioi:8
the matter as by them is deemed
proper and to instruct their Senators,
and Representatives according.
6 We are in favor of the brave
soldiers and marines who have faithful
ly served their country, in the arm y
and navy of the United States, and es
pecially crippled or disabled soldiers
having the preference for all offices of
profit, honor or trU3t, either by appoint
ment or otherwise, where they are
equally competent and qualified to dis
charged the duties of the offioe or the
trust reposed.
7. That we cherish with grateful
remp*nbrance the memory of our dead
soldiers, and ever will be ready and
willing to lend our aid and sympathy
and protection to the crippled and disa
bled soldiers, and the widows and or
phans of the war.
On mo'ion the following was adopted
Resolved, That the assassination of
the President of the United States was
an unmitigated act of barbarism, alike
destructive to civil government and
abhorrent to tho sentiment of
chiistian men throughout the wold, and
receives the most decided reprobation
of this convention
The following resolution was also in
troduced and adopted:
Resolved That the no me of thifc
party shall be the "Union Anti-Negr
Suffrage Party,"
The convention then proceeded to
nominate candidates for the offices of
Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Su
preme Judge and Superintendent
Public Instruction. A committee ol
five was appointed to present iMmes «i
of candidate!. The committee cocsis-
#1 50 PER ANNUM
WHO
15
NO.
30
3
"d of capt. Clark, Col O'Brien, capf.
Edward.*, Lieutenant Donahue, OA V
Olark.
Ihe following gentlemen were ap
pointed to constifufo the State Cen
tral Committee for the coming year .•
Capt /el Walker, CU1 dlarlr,
Lieut N II Ward,
The committee on candidates reported
the following names:
For Governor, Gen. Thomas Ben
Km of Pottawattamie county for Lieu
tenant Governor. Cd SC Van Anda
of Dt la ware county/for Supreme Judge
II II Trimble, of Z?avis county/ for
6uperintendent of Public Instruction,
capt. W Sennett, of Jisper county.
On motion, the report was adptet*,
and these gentlemen were declared
nominated for the office designited.
A committee of five to prepare an
address to the soldiers and loyal citi
zen? of Iowa, was appointed, consisting
of Edmund Jaeger, Lieut N II Ward,Lt
W in 0 Donahue, Capt W Senate,
Capt A ^4ult.
A committee to notify candidates of
their nomination wa appointed
On motion, the following resolution
wars adopted:
Resolved, That th? Central Commit
tee be empowered to fill any vacancy
that may occur on the ticket nomi
nated, by resignation or otherwise.
On mot.on, all newspapers in tho
State were invited to publish the pjro».
ceeding3 of the contention.
Tho thanks of the convention worn
tendered to the officers of the convention.
The ^9nvcntji»n then adjomed,si«t
die.
f*:
During the session, able and elo
quent speeches were made by members
of the convention- Capt- Ault especialy
drew the attention of the immense audi
tmcc present by an able speech, in which
he reviewed Gov- Stone's record, sup
porting his charges of cowardice, licen
tiousness and brutality with ample affi
davits of respectable citizens and sol
diers,
Resolutions adopted it tho Demoeratie Stats
Convention held at Des Hioes Aug. 211869•
1. That wc heartily rejoice
in the suppression of the great
rebel lion, and the preservation
of the Union, and give unfeigned
thanks to Almighty God for the
restoration of peace.
2.
I« order that this peaco
may be permanent, and its ef
fects speedily and widely felt,
we believe it is the duty of every
patriot to sustain cordially th5
present policy of President John
son in reconstructing the States
recently in rebellion.
3. That the establishment of
a monarchy on the soil of thi»
continent is in direct defiance olf,
tlie Monroe doctrine—a doctrine
accepted and recognized by all
true American citizens and it is
the tiuty of the government of the
United States to see that the peo
ple of Mexico are freed from the
suppression of foreign bayonets,
and the Republic restored,
4. That we favor rigid econo
my in the National and State ex
penditurt s» and will insist on tbe
reduction of the numberless
horde of useless office holders
who feed like locusts on the hard
earnings of the the people.
5 I hat we earnestly condemn
the trial of American citizens fof^
civil offences by courts-martial
and military courts, in States ancr
districts where civil law is unimjSj
peded in it9 operations find ill'
full force,
1
6. That wc are radically
posed to negro equali'.y in all it^
phase and accept the issue tei*
dered by the late Republicaj^
Convention of the 14th of Juue.
iu making that doctrine the chiq?
plank in its platform by proptfe
siug to strike the woid ^whit^'
(Concluded oh fourth o

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