Iowa South West, August 31, 1867

Iowa South West

August 31, 1867

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Iowa South West (Newspaper) - August 31, 1867, Bedford, Iowa m Si wPflj 3P IP I My 4F VMJT WVtl JJflL 5SSB DEVOTED TO GENEHAL AND THE DISSEMINATION OF SOUND FAITH ANT0 GOOD MOllAUTY VOLUME The Raulc Is but the Finns a 3Inn Cor TAYLOR 186 s1 UMBER EVERY SATURDAY BY Gannons Main RATES OF One square 10 lines or lefts additional 50 One square for throe One square for one KgLiUger Local and Special Kotioes insured according to special All Legal and Transient must bu paid for in or an additional rule of par cent will be advertisements must be settled quar M LtlcCOUN 1 URNER Altornies at Law Notaries Public ILL practice in the several Pistriet Courts and the Supreme Court of the Ollico in New Brick South eiilii of Main vlnltf Clerk of the District and Licensed WILL attend la paying buy and sell hinds on Collections prompt ly attended Titles of hind Office in Court BEYOND THlJ A complete of Slates and Great River to tlui Great Physician in Eldridgea Residency naar WOULD announce to tho public that IK is prepared to do all kinds of work in his with neatness and Shop on Alain vlultf Physician Office on Nortli side of Main op posite the Post TAYLOR NV5 1 pay tuxes for cxamino buy and sell HKIKRKXUK litindulpli Cin Ohio Preston Baldwin Council 1 VA TCFf MA KER d JE I VELER 4157 OULD announce to the citizens o this TV and adjoining thiit he is now prepared all kinds of repairing on watch and on short and at reasonable All work from si distance promptly attended All work Jewelry for sale at low A call ia re spectfnlly Shop on Green vlnlly OVER COPIES SOLD IN ONK MONTH Life and adventure on Mountains mid tho Pacific TitK over200 Descvip tivc and Photographic Views of tho People and Curiosities of tho New States and Territories Theprospcctlvc emigrants and settlers in the Far this history of that vast and fer tile region will prove an invaluable supplying as it does a want lung felt ot a authentic and reliable guide to menus of AGENTS for see our and a full description of tec NATIONAL PUBLISHING Tliiici and Perry without doctor or Sent on receipt of 10 B 110 Lexington Ave of 28th Neiv UNCOMFORTABLE Cow fort and fur for the on receipt of Ul 110 Lexington Ave of East 2Stl New IFIDEHTIAL Physician KKDBRS his professional services to the I people of Taylor and adjoining Hiiving boon a resident and practicing physl in this county for twelve ho trusts that ire lias gained a reputation for promptness and skill surpassed by no professional man in tho Residence on the north of Would announce to the citi zens of and Unit ho ia pre pared to do all kinds of work in tho Boot Shoo Repairing done to Shop on Main Door East of Bedford Western AJIE now running daily lino of conches from to Nebraska through the eouthcrn tier of Passengers will re cieve every attention from careful and com petent Jcixvo Bedford every morning except Monday for the East atfi and arrive at Oharitoii on the follow ing morning in tune for the morning and for the west at 7 Arriving at Bedford from tho cast at 6 oclock and from tho west at 7 oclock GEOEGK BABCOCK ATTY COUNSELOR AT REAL Kstatc Will practice in the 3rd Judicial District and in the Su preme Pay redeem lands from tax examine and give abstracts of Strict attention given to general OflKc in INFORMATION For lie sen in seeded on receipt nj nulhor of Medical Com inou of 10 sent Ill f cxingtoi of East 28tl Xuw Two LEGS in oneyou can take oA the Ioo nnd on a All in send for i YOU Mnilo by malo and In Belling by McKENZIES GREAT FAMILY RECEIPT contninlDK prMtlcalrecolpto ptrUinlng to over wvtnly dla ilnct nnd the most popular iind Talnutilo work of the kind nuSlliUcdj or GOLDEN til where Forcirculinanrnniple of pomi en dow two end IibPER Woolwoi th 0 OK DKALFKS PAPER Printers Second CASH PAID FOR We take pleasure in Ticket to that already at iho hond of our It is composed of some of tho host men in tho ami one with which wo oati POO no cause for Wo hour but one ox prcssion among with regard to and that one of unqualified ap We to again in this connection that if people would bo satisfied with tho nomina thoy must attend the primary meetings and and then they will havo Iocs or reason to grumble fit tho nominations In this ease we had n full ronvyntioii nnd everything wont off satisfactorily and SUvrs mm voo nm TO SHE Great Medicine Man you just step into tho Drue Store can exchange Greenbacks for Robacks ALL THE I keep constantly on hand and for n select stock of DUUtiH aid pnlui And GROCEUIESKof all kinds C11KAP 1 1 h side Main THE 1807 Editor A SSTATJE For S A MU EL M of Clayton JOHN of Story JuiJgo of Supreme JOSEPH of Lee Attorney HE Mil Y of Muscat ine Supt of Public of Johnson For Senator 8tli Senate rial District of Page For Representative 65th District of Taylor Joimiy For For County For Co Superintendent of Common SoLools For For The Convention was calico1 to order yy Turner Chairman of County nlrnl and en motion of Standly was nailo and on motion of onnett John and vas appointed Committee on credentials was consisting of one from each township is follows Hamilton licanclianip fickeisloopcr Miller Nelson Hoover Lindloy Holt On motion of Convention Hiljonrned to meet nt one At one oclock the wns called to order by tlio and the report of Committee on credentials was received and The report was as follows IJcuton 10 votes present 4 votes present 5 voles present tp 6 votes present o votes present votes present 2 votes pres ent 4 votes present Plait 2 votes present Polk 5 votes pros cut absent 7 votes present 4 votes That the delegates present from each Township be empowered cast the entire vote of their The chairman oppointcd Turner nnd Snow tellers and on motion of Hoover the Convention proceeded to ballot for a candidate for Kose wns put in and then Vicing no opposition ho was nominated unanimously by On motion tho Convention proceeded to an informal ballot for Hamilton nominated Cobb nominated Flick nominated Dunl Hoover nominated John and 13oachainp nominated Danl The vote wtis as follows Ham mer Ijltikc Campbell and Evans On motion the Convention proceed ed to a formal ballot with the following King Blake of having a ma jority was declared nominee of the Convention for and on motion of the nomination was made Cobb put in as a candidate for County and there being no opposition the nomi nation was made The Convention proceeded to an infor mal ballot for County with tho following result Lamb Hull On the form al vote the result was as follows Lamb Liltccr Hull On motion of James Miller the nomina tion of Lamb wns made unani On iho informal ballot for Supcrinleii dcut of Common Snow received 31 Hickenloopcr 5 Hall 8 and Dil ley 2 The formal ballot stood as follows Snow 35 Hickeiiloopcr 21 andon motion of the nomination of Snow was made On motion of Ham ilton was nominated for Coroner by ac A resolution was presented by and adopted by the tbat the County Central Committee shall consist of 5 a majority of whom shall constitute quo Thofollowing were appointed ou that Committee for the ensuing year John On motion tho following resolutions wore adoptid We lvlivVo tho primiples of the IJrpriMioan Party aro Ioumtod in and tho anl believing ilia they aro honestly ouilu d iod in tho platfurin adoplrd by Ilio llo publiian Stnto Con volition hoid Dos Juno Isih bo it That wo heartily eudotvo that rialIV and wo will labor to disseminate tho jtriucijilos thoivin OIHIII That we in the nnmtna tions mado by tho atul luprosonliitivo men wb have and aro truo tu Hopublicau and eviry way worthy of tho eonlidenot niul support of tho can and wo will hiuor earnestly ami for I heir find tho eeo lion of Iho nominees of his Tl Iho Fliok and Md thrco of it was out d fortuin In listen to in tho tcrrililn in earnest vttys us uovor than when cn god in to most delightful calls tho Convention out and who sovorallv madr and eloquent speoehelkipoii the political topics of the On motion it watt resolved the proceedings of the Convention be pub lished in tho IIWA On motion of Miller the Con vention adjourned 1 1 u EC nil Wo learn from who bus Intely returned from a trip to Joe for that tho question of rail roads is a white bent ut that Meetings have been held nearly every night for some tinio tho speakers being mostly railroad men from the aro interested in lie building of and who are calculated to finish whatever they may The speakers weio unanimous in an expres sion of tho opinion that if Joe would a smflieient sum of money the roadii could all be built The propositions by the capitalists were that Joo should sub scribe tho Hum of Tho and Oliver City road to have the Council IJIiifls and Joe road lo have and tlm 10J to havo Our informiml stales that he wns told by one who professed to be in the secrets of tho that they hud engineers wailing lo go on the 102 route at onoo if tlio proposition car On last Wednesday I the electors of Joseph voted by a very largo majority to take the required amount of and iho managincMt gave ajK HuranciM that ho road should Us ImiUlo IMaryvillo before 1st j thence to iho Slate Lino ay soon We do not propone at to re licnrso the arguments ro nml con nected with this They lire fa miliar to every one who knows a lylliing of the country through which tie pro posed line It is KiilVicicnt for our present to give thn fads as they havo becit given to We liopv that we nt to have a railroad commenced runuiViu in our have waited lo those many and just as tired of the above news bringing renewed Our County Hoard has voted for Ihc purpose of paying for a survey tliro the County from north to and we aro sntisljtd a largo amount of money and laud will be subscribed by our public spirited citizens iu aid of iho He hates them with n holy ha no good opportunity liny them Wo conlVss to an ndmt rntion for thostorrv old ixrtd pat who so and unoomproini Hintrlv donounriM nnd whether of high ov low de is t of itrongth to tlio1 Hoptiblican party of Tnylor nml of nnd wo hopo that long yonra of the and thnt ho has to fought for in the nnd H yot for among may bo viuiehanfod to him MeUonn us mndu niadin tirt rati but fwll of teliiisg liils and Wo took no notes of any of tho nnrl but S can do nothing more than baroly liviu It suflieient comincntary upon all of thorn to rolVr to the plonsnvo with which wore received liy tio erowtlcd tuul tho fre quent bursts of hearty applnnso whiuU iutorniptod their Our only gret is hat McCoun hns no visible opponcnl lo canvass Ho to fully awaken all powers of With a good ppeiiker ngiunsfc we would ask no help this full any wo could light tho good light of Ucpublictinism in Taylor County wilhout outside and mako the majority that we havo for and tho at TOO in this but if the Democracy will in thoir war worn and bnshvhnok tho campaign wo have to fight them as wo After the convention Sftlurduy an earnest and eloquent that wont directly tu the fimlingH of bin His scathing denunciation of tho traitor ous who helped to nominnto tho nomooratio cniulidato for had effect to niiso the bile iu aomo of our Democratic They imisnl keep Much eompnny us thoy did at Quiiiey if thoy dotit want to hear Judge Mooro will mako voles for tho whereover ho may tolls a good or skins n oopppcr hoiid with and lltr will make ix strong and himself of if lie eonlinuort liw the fiBil C AB u perfect from tho Was one of the best and onthusinstiu meetings that was ever hold in Taylor Thoro was no bitterness of fooling all Iho were made on the first formal and we can safely say that there has not been a convention hold in tho county during tliu ten years that has given such universal tut The nominees are all among the best men iu thi and the un successful candidates can safely congrat ulate themselves upon the fact that it is no disgrace to be beaten by such No candidates were ottered to tho con vention who would not have filled tho ofiicos credibly to and the and no heartburnings need re sult from the action of the convention the resolutions unanimously adopted have tho ring of victory about and we nro that before election day if not will find an echo in the ac tion of every true and Cinijt Ivopublie wo oam bulb to numbers present and the ability and of tho Our Candidato for ReprcKcntntivo opcnuil tho as we expected lio would with a giin that wakoned iho echoes in the licartw of tho bumlrcils of good llepiibliunim who to his Mo Couu i powerful nnd efVcctivo and his earnest appeals in behalf of tho good couvio tion to the heart of the doubting ami terror and into the ranks of iho demoralised nml trembling A flpeeeh liko that in every Hcliool hotisu in his district would add scores ol3votcs to tlio majority which we pro pose to give bini this Thoro is one Copperhead paper which dont KCO tho propriety of issuing two billions of greenbacks lo pay tho nnlionul Tho Albany Anjiis per tinently iiKiuiros Can we a fib rl to flood the country with Iho thousands of millions ot greenbacks requisite for this process of debt cxliuxotion Wo can BCO how easy it bo thus to swamp tho but would it uot swamp debts ami Hood nil property Would not this deluge of paper sweep away the wholu fabric oC credit mul of existing valuations Of such a deluge of paper would linvu just that tho Afjus dont appear to bo in tho or it to appear innocent ot its evil Tho men who make this proposition know its anil arc ns well satisfied as any of its evil These consequences aro what they They would in crease tho bunions of the people nml tin of the Out ofthct universal misfortune thoy think Ihey could mrcunj some political Thills the whole ;