Jones County Liberal in Monticello, Iowa
28 Nov 1872

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28 Nov 1872

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Jones County Liberal (Newspaper) - November 28, 1872, Monticello, Iowa M o 3w in it o in to i o w Tjing Scolny. Nov. " will. 1s7s. Will he exp Linx Hronn Titeff Tho or antics Solen to be puzzled to make up Iligir mints whether the democratic party is lend or has assumed a new Guise v ital i lying Low ready to Spring upon its opponent it any moment and without warning we advise the Rupno licit party not. To he go Inucci disturbed about the condition of the democratic party As solicitous about its own. It has just won a Victory which is More apparent than real and which sprang not from its own strength but Froin Tho divisions of its Ait. Igo Iii. when the election returns Are completed Anil collated it will doubtless be been that Tho Nevin Iii. Fifie. A of nil Grant s opponents to Combine upon or. Greeley is the sole c. In. Be. Of Grant s Victory Anil that in fact a majority of the voters were really against him. " the a oily has every reason to believe that this latter statement is True from facts which existed Long previous to the Philadelphia convention. It a was notorious that nil through the year 1s71 not Only trim Bill. Simmer Schurz and other Falls Ingn feed Kerub Lictus who subset Kintly joined in the Liberal movement were hostile to Grunt s renomination but that like views were Lii old by a very Large body of equally eminent republicans and a great following of the rank and tile who when they saw the impossibility of a cordial agreement respecting Grant s us censor Nequi sced in ins renomination and supported him in the canvass. Now we do not say that the opponents to Grant s administration which doubles embrace a majority of the voting population can be United under the j pm Cratie name and Banner. But we Call the attention of those exulting Grain tits who insist that lie opposition party is dead to two or three instructive chapters of Polit history. In 1si10 the democratic party carried Van Boirun into the White House by triumphant majorities both of the electoral Ami the pop mar vote while the opposition which had divided its votes Between four presidential candidates seemed to be scattered to the winds. At the outset of his term Van Buren s administration appeared to be As in Reily grounded in the popular Confidence As Jackson s had been. Hut the initiation of the Bulj i Voa Jirry scheme by Van Burens an Suc whirl almost into contempt by the = ii e of the colossal questions of our times Shook the country like an earthquake and at the next. Presidential contest buried t he democracy in Jar an Avalanche of majorities in Nineteen of tiie Twenty six states. In 1853 the democrats elected Pierce Over Gen. Sec t by an unprecedented majority the latter Cir Ting ouly four crates. When Pierce pronounce a s pompous in. Aug ural from the portico of i of Capitol it. Seeni eed to superficial speculators that the opposition was dead beyond All Hope of resuscitation and that democratic Ascendancy must continue for a Quarter of a Century. But Only two years later Ito Pierce administration repealed the Missouri Compromise thus throwing into the political Arena the disturbing question of slavery and the next presidential election nine of the states which had voted i r Pierce and which had always been among the most stanch democratic states went Over t the now Republican party by heavy majorities and though Buchanan received a majority of the electoral vote his Success was solely due to the fact that the opposition was divided Between Fremont and Willinore whose aggregate popular vote far exceeded that Given to Buchanan. Other historic illustrations might be mentioned but these no Tutu Lieut to prove that a party which seems to be crushed to atoms in Mie presidential election May Only four years later Rise and grind the Victor to powder. Let the granites cease pounding their chinese gongs my listen to the warning voice of american history. A c Riino ill Tii a Mitrop Lin a old null squid to ii ii i j Iii ipod out of it from the new York ? in the readers of the pooling past must have been a l i t t l e. M pried to find that usually Calm and collected Sheet Unble Shingle advocating Lynch a. W. Lias the n i i i n i d o f a pistol in the neighbourhood of its o h v frightened i our Vene Rubal neighbor from its propriety that we do no injustice to that paper in imputing to it such sentiments we quote the following which is tile next to the concluding sentence of the article we Refe. I to " to i v ii Ait Llu. N of j. Lihr 1authority by r. Mil i in. N i be a in in t it is Jet life ully Movi i u to h us to Siml i Ravul Mulioli Uinn i i urm i it \ i i j i u l ilium i unit a f v doom us Lam Jilio in mini a Civ l v ill i la to t cilia to la Onul 1 to Lii Tvr h.-. D i u Roii a Var. T h i r i n g Ali i Ile Eutuk str Vuirl \ Vii u it i. In int to see such doctrines announced and and vacated by a journal of the Billy. Anc scholarship of tic dec Enlil punt seems to us far More startling than the " frequency electoral and i Ops Ijar Vot a ? a. In 1832 Gen. Want Tell Scott the Ciulli a Lute of one of the two great opposing National parties for the presidency carried or t four states with in aggregate of. 42 electoral votes his successful competitor being Franklin Pierce. Ii 1soo the contest was Between four candidates of whom Stephen a. Douglas carried barely one Riti Ito and John Bell two. In 1864, Gen. A to. B. Mcc Lucllan carried just thru estates with an aggregate of 21 electoral votes. In 1868, gov. Seymour carried eight states. With an aggregate of 21 electoral Voles. Or. Greeley s strength seems to consist of even states Maryland Missouri Kentucky Tennessee Louisiana Georgia. And Texas a living an aggregate of 7 l electoral vote 0with n possibility that two Inore Vest Virginia and Arkansas May yet be found to have gone for him by Small majorities. Awe pointed out the other Day the peculiarity of Gen. Grant s reelection in thai lie seemed to have received a in Many of the states if not throughout the a Union i ewer votes than in 1808, in spite of the iia Tural increase in the voting population Jie addition of the negro vote nil his greatly increased majority. We did not suppose the in Oral of such a fact Cotile be missed but we see that in sundry quarters it has been. It has to bearing upon tin question whether sir. Greeley was or. Was not a Good candidate. Nobody denies tha i be supporters of Gen. Grant thought the danger enough to exp fld unprecedented sums of Money distribute millions 01 documents and use every possible exert n to it out very possible voter. Well. The upshot of it All was that in Pennsylvania in spite of a natural increase which should have swelled the Grant vote 30,000. And of an addition of negro voters since 1808, which should have Given 8,000 More. Gen. Grant Lias now barely i9, r is votes against his 3 12.280 in Isles. In Illinois lie had 2so, 304 in 1800 now he has Only 241. M1. In Maine he had in 1sus, 70,401 in 1872. Only 00,759. In Virginia tie Only vote with which we can fairly make comparison that of gov. Walker in 1880, was 101,204, against 9 i 415 for Grant in 1872. In new Hampshire my Connecticut lie also has fewer votes than four years and us the Ouintal returns t a Iii Oiler slaves come in they seem to Point to the same result nearly everywhere a e in new Jersey. Now Greeley candidacy Heth Good or bad is not. Responsible for this state of All ours. It May have attested the majorities but not the number it Grant s intr. A since every Effort was made to get out for him every vote that Colod be of and the result is that fewer people support him than in 18u8. Gen. Grant himself we Are Well assured has not failed to comprehend the. Significance of this fact. Neither Lias lie failed to give weight to the sincere and honest opposition lie encountered from Many of the old loaders of the parly that elected him and to the Gravity of the reasons that impelled action. Some of those reasons lie Lias Alread. Ought to remove. His Wise course in the Philadelphia Post office Case gives encouraging a Misc of the removal of others. We. Do not hut i d to make haste in believing that one or two swallows mean u very summer of Kelbra. But neither do we intend to give grilling recognition for Good work actually done a fur Progress in the direction Whie. 1 the Cinci Imti Nunt form demanded actually made. Lir convention. Pomticm1. Olin in twin Linnoir Jchick and i Imell state i . Ticket Ivo Lvi d Tsiou to Man Voten is fold o onor Juaiil Aduma. Tjitte Loy run Houk 1 Hou ads Tho jul of Kenn a r in Vurnor in nine York City and Brooklyn Bent Liviu in Heagy Creguer a flail state. Tic Lilly in Hie Indiana Ingu Leturc i he Sinic for thirteen co sri a slip ii la fouled 01. for at the lust Flection in Nix Mill for Enki i Sevi ii. Sti 1 Soj. Inning truth Nguc. A wins turn Ltd the Iii Lorit it Battle Crowk jtlch., but Jelm. N. C. Sti wart a Frt 18, was permitted to vote for her la t in 1 c. Ingress it Ala. Kent Uky gives Crwley 11,350 majority. Inuit Vot u a trifle bin Iiller Thun Murlun Al fur governor in 1b71, and Arceley n 2 1,000 a Miller to Linin l Slish in tin time year. O Conor received. I 2so votes in tile Stolth. J Junor received 1,7.07 rotes in forty two counties in miss ii i. In Moat of the remaining count of us jul not receive a single vote. Ilia urges vote was in Boungn county 1ki. Lie received w a i Votca Hist. Loud. It w Orletus cast five Hundred. In More votes tit the re. Edit Jiri. Sidon Klinl Alec Tiu than St. I. Oui. 4 lid. The vote of the former wins r a 500, in def the latter a Jou. The population of new of luaus s 191,318, mid of St. Louis 312,1131disk i Lii ions the recently elected member i of the Cuy a hoi a District in Ohio wits Murl Itil of the supreme court of the United states. For the i position he just vacated there Are h full score of. Ejli Lecanu Iii Ila Dlug sex scout of Wurner of Ali Paiua. The in Maryland arc having i Lively Light among Ihmie Loeb. One faction 16 headed by to Stadter Uene Rul Creswell and i. S Riipi Artud by the Pottol Locc clique. The other is headed by c. U. T Notton of the american and is hacked by the custom House. Tii Osc Jour Nils which Are so Ijoma. I trial of the strength of their Purly should Renolf Init Liat Ben. Huttler wrote Toa Friend just before election we a Hill whip the Greeley party this Lime wrote Ben., but the trouble will he unit they won t stay whipped. We shall have to Light them at every election until they Are a acc sol at the recent election in Wisconsin a proposition to i Ruml the state Constitution by increasing Usu number of Yurt Ino court judges to live a Almurta unanimously rejected. One of the causes that materially contributed to this must was the Rac. T that the new Ollices Hail All been promised ill. Id Wice to politicians in consideration of their services to the dominant party. An adjustment of the die fences Between the a dec Tulve and legislative departments of the French government is put further Oil by the action of the committee on address. Instead of replying to j the resident s message to the Assembly they in tiny rejoinder would be superfluous As m. Theirs is Hutn sell a Delegate. One can understand Why the committee a majority of whom is Yunfu void. He to m. Theirs i a Koukl thus deftly snub the t qty aleut but it is not o easy to see what excuse Alliey have for proposing to constitute a committee to i n i t i a t e legislative action to secure a responsible ministry. So far As we know that subject civil Noi Iii Star in the Lute me isue and is not the reply which m. Theirs had reason to expect. We have yet to Hee How m. Theirs will of tooth this troubled new York tvs & Une. It i discovered in High quarters that our Navy is not quite Bluit it should be. Old vessels have been repaired at a Cost exceeding that of new ships there we several vessels unlit for in which Are not Worth mending though comparatively new Only ten of our fifty Iron leads can Ever tie made useful for naval purposes though valuable As old Iron and to Zeuty Light draft monitors co a Iii Many millions have never been put into and it is proposed to build ten sloops of our presumably As food As any we to. Be Srot. This is not a Nice dish for Secretary Vulje. Jon to get bet be Congress but he is going to l u it nud Luk fur the Means to get us a tar St i Ulvy. 11now it could also be said by the Milci l tary Luu Nur whole Navy Yard system in an intolerable Gnu entice we might Hope for a Good Navy economically built and Luken care of. A the distillation of alcohol from molasses and lichens is becoming an important brine of Industry in Russia. Kout firm political trouble. I t in i Vikt of which it complains after All Lias there been any very Grea frequency of murder anything so Tui com Mon As to alarm people so very it should be considered that new Yor is a very Large City and w. A doubt whether the frequency of capital crimes is greater Here in. Proportion to our population than in the country or indeed if it is As great. A or Triniy. In the nature of the crime we have had nothing to compare with the unnatural murder of Annie Lovering in u peaceful Rural District of new Hampshire by her a murder which was Only the sexual to t a a 1 More revolting offence. A great Shock was produced by King s shooting o Cill. It occurred in u crowd Oil part of the City during business hours and people hastily and unthinkingly came l i the conclusion that if one Man could be shot Down in that Way in hot blood or in cold blood As the Case maybe everybody else was in Dang r. But Liis is not Correct. Oiler people a Wally speaking have not been Rushing in Between husbands and wives who were i june lying with each other about their i Ollil Dreili and a divorce. People As a Gene ral tiling have sense enough to let their neighbors Domestic Allaire alone Ami consequently Are in no danger of being shot for inter meddling with them. There is every reason to believe Ali. It the Law by it regular process will do exact Justice whatever that May be to King fill i crime and likewise to John scan in h for Usu gratification of i Long flier Krom Iii new i c re cell. The constitutional Condon Jon now a session ill Pennsylvania is beginning to attract great attention in that Commonwealth. And Well it May for it looks very Iii he a if this body called into existence it would seem without the Public mind lie \ f much agitated about it Means to make Loro Tigh work. Such a remodelling of Granio Law As is apparently contemplated l our neighbors has More than a local Iti test. In the coif iry which is now near its end acc i Enn Sylv Al iia became a state she As had three Constin Lions. In 17715 lir. Ranklin who with All his t. Fin vow sense a Vised a form of government with a a Gle ouse in the legislature and a pious lode of revision which in the emergency Pas adopted but did not work Sali Tacto by. M. Thiers might do Well to Lake a in Nair from it. The feuds it engendered a eak. Ned the Arm of patriotism through in jars of War. It lasted till 171 1, when new Constitution was adopted. This Vas the Day when Federal institution.? were new and fresh and thought to he the Only Locleus and the state Constitution was Lutu ii mint Nitia almost a copy of that of lie United states. It endured till 1838,Hen the Public mind being disturbed by lie delusion of an elective judiciary it new " to invention met. By Mere Accident and not from causes operative now. There \ Yas As there i. S now Learly an equal division of parties in that Jolly. Its work was the present Punsti Guion and the great Point of agitation and Iii Zulty then bore no resemblance to the Radical ones which at this moment you vont tile builders of the new i he judiciary will probably remain As it is nit Trio whole matter of political Suh Structure will it is evident. N a v be Ovd Hank d. The initial action of the convention shows his. It is selected under the authority of in ant of the legislature and in that act restrictions arc imposed. Certain thing a such As touching the Bill of rights Are fori Widdon. No sooner does this body meet however than by an overwhelming vote it do lairs All Sui h limitations invalid before its omnipotence and thai it. Means u Siake Root and Branch Wink. Parties thanks to Luck a w s plan Art nearly equally divided. Great ability is arrayed on boil sides or. It not exactly Abil Ity the Manifest inti la actual superiority o w hat. For want of a bettor term we Nitis Call the democracy. Is fairly balanced b. The presence in compact array of the outlier so c of nil the adroit politicians and h g isl alive manipulators of the state. The Power of evil which Lias. So Long dominate cuu us danger i. Knows thai in Nheru i Thorou Gli Reform its Day of doom to Lizet and does not mean to yield with ii Gnu. Its action is already plainly discern blk. The unanimous democratic vote Given for the president of the convention a Republican failed to York Tribune. 1 in at least three of the soul Huru states Semi revolutionary proceedings lire imminent. Alabama has two so culled Legislatures n session Arkansas i. S threatened two to governments and in ther of these unfortunate states. It is now pretty Clear that the conservatives or i Harals Are in a majority on joint ballot at least the action Ollie republicans in refusing 1 to join the other members in an or Runi. Action is tacit confession of their own relative weakness. In tin absence of any exact and trustworthy figures it is natural to consider that the parly which shuns the state House and organize a " l. Eur Slature i an other building is decidedly in the Tive. Associated press dispatches in Tiit the Lle publicans have unrolled ind sworn in Mem bars from several Epure who have no certificates of election and that when a is inf pm text states two As a Iri text they had Jot rid of Trio _111. Found there suddenly a a Coroner s jury at that ail old lady who die die i of superannuation. A at Princeton College recently some mischievous persons smeared All the seats of the College Chapel with tax. A a Davenport Iowa paper Sonya potatoes arc Worth " one Cigar and a drink of whiskey per Bushel in that City. A during the your ending the 80th old fun last 0,000.000 acres of government land were Dis Pond of in various ways. A Minnesota Nch Dol boys have to undergo the indignity of a chit a arched to ascertain if they carry deadly weapons. A intelligent Coroner s juries in Chicago return n verdict when a dead Man is found of " murder suicide or a Railroad a the Cincinnati enquirer 1ms Rcd end Itomi ing to a science. Here is a Lute example Henry Lynian Shoemaker Turre Hauter Hod on. Jealousy. A statistics show a considerable decrease during the last year or two among the orthodox dissenters of England the presbyterians perhaps exempted. A it seeing to be understood that in boat races in England hereafter Cowains will be dispensed with and the sliding seat will super code the stationary one. A the London Spectator says there is " probably More flagrant perjury commit in the English divorce court in one year than in any other court in a the italian government has announced its intention to repress the practice of duelling by severely punishing due lists. One was recently banished from Italy for a year. A a resident of Turre haute Indiana recently received by mail a pocket Bible that he had lost while serving in the army during me Clellon s pc insult Campaign in 1802. 6 a the epidemic which proved so afflicting to horses seems to have extended to the wild Deer of the Northwestern Woods. The lumbermen in the Vicinity of Manistee Michigan report Many Deer found dead. Or gains. First class Cabinet o r g a n a the famous " Boston at the music store of first Street Wales office Geqrge Storey general agent. Fob first class printing come to the Liberal office. The " aunt ventry fire number of he a full Complete and carefully Jurt p Vireil a nume of Chr Wollert us Cuic. Igo. La until Lily Illish Triniti a with a profusion o \. Kitrun i Llo s Mil Iii Ruk new a Latinan Hrasc i Nily Hiiri i i Iii itt who scr s tils a Luvator Tho in a Nilli Ciu to r i Ugi Lulu us Trio Luisiii iut inn ii a touts. Also n Fruntis Iii a Hiril s a j a Vlra of Chichko thru i a y Ulli r Tho Tiv ii 1 n Rcw us the silk District it ten inc sent Tinie. A Caln tents of the. one you in Al to a Andrew slut min. The Vul or seen i Tiu the Lenard of trick Chris. I Uulu Ili. Sum Mitry of Lii he Elneas of thu year Lii try Colbert. It enl astute Simiu e the fire. Chicago Anil in Kiich Rivis i. C. I Rookie. The. Rebuild Iii a Rul Ilic Nurk and Iliili Lings churches and schools Feniuk Gilbert. He Iii property. Amusement a arts Tyrl sciences j. 1j. A Lunnun. How Unity Churell h w Ureil Robert Collyer. All who read the Fiu Nons " fire number of the in act Ujiie will not a to thu a Surit nce that the t. Jonesr native members from Ila Rengo county the v proceeded to j. Ive seats to in of their own Simp from Ilia and Harbour county. these men and no show of title to seats in the leg Isiduro. So far As the Uon Oral Pross reports f this whole affair Jive us Inthir at Ion lie republicans have organi Xet. L a Cyl Pircy to elect u United Stales senator get. At lie Public funds and do other things which Hoy could not legitimately accomplish in he regularly Closen Keri Slature of Alabama. We Are Relief Oil to learn that the 1 with critics at Washington condemn this Roc coding and speak of the interference of he United mates authorities and their arrest of the Marengo members As unwise Iii necessary. And a a Jio chaps the Louisiana Dilli Eull v is not so Louisiana political com plication belong to he class of riddles which no Man can find out. It is most Likely however that the reconstitution and Cul Bute general in the return Board or Board of canvassers Are tartly due to the fact that there is a United state s Well tour to be elected in Louisiana is in Alabama. Nobody can Tell who is elected to anyplace until the Kutirin Stourd make a report a and just now there is a scramble going on for the control of that Board. The friends of nov. Durmoth claim that there is a conspiracy by the Chiloni Iliou. Be party to count in senator Kol Lugar As governor and with him the rest of the Republican state ticket. The Auti Wiir Pothiti s say that the governor and his allies Are determined to file fluid Kellogg and the rest out. Of their election. Back of these questions lies the senator ecu aha Xii a c. Iry fire in Imler will be Hie Lioata e. Struble account of Tho it a unit r air and Imit de building of Cecogo that will be us Tirril to the lie. Trice it mints. Mailed to any air s Job to script of in him. Alllyn is till i. Aksiuk mils Tui. A a Al soil Al until at tet Chicago. Tub Tii Inaxi is nut nud will nevermore be a purty. Organ but it is Dently Tell need in the contest now waging for civil Orr acc Reform and Abr one presidential term an essential to that re irm. H accepts aaa Terne and a forcible exposition of the political right and wrong the needs and hop of to Day and look hopefully to us venal Maneaty at e a in Leal to the restoration of a genuine fraternity Between North and South and of Mutual Confidence and Rood will be twin White and Black t believe the people Are preparing to break the Rusty shackles of Mere bygone partisanship and it Hopes fur a result next november which will cheer and strengthen the champions of Pence and Good will. Ii will Issue no Campaign edition but proffers to All who believe in further division May serve the Good cause 1u regular editions it the lowest possible prices. The virtual surrender of the democratic party of Ltd hostility to femal rights regardless of color has divested our current politics of half their bygone intensity. However parties May henceforth Rise or full it is Clear that the fundamental principles which have hitherto honorable distinguished the republicans Are henceforth to be regarded As practically accepted by the whole country. The right of every Man to his own limbs and tie new so the Espial Ltd of All citizens before the Law the inability of a state to enslave any portion of its people the duty of the Union to guarantee to every citizen the full enjoyment of his Liberty until he forfeits it by crime such Are the Broa Laud lorm foundations of our National edifice j and palsied by the hand that seeks to displace i Hern though not yet Wenty Yea sold the Republican party has completed the Noble fabric of emancipation and May fairly invoke thereon Che sternest judgment of Man mud the Benignant smile of god. Henceforth the Mission of on kept bile if o a e of peaceful Progress. To protect the weak and Humble from violence and oppression to extend the boundaries and diffuse the blessings of to stimulate ingenuity to the production of new inventions fur economizing labor and thus enlarging production to draw nearer to each other the producers of food and of fabric of grains and of metals and thus enhance the gains of Industry by reducing the Cost of transportation and exchanges Between Farmers and Artisan such is the inspiring Tusk to which this Ballon now addresses itself and by which it would Fain contribute to the Progress enlightenment and happiness of our race. To this great and Good work tills Tiu Iii. To contributes it a zealous persistent efforts. Agriculture will continue to be More especially elucidated in its weekly and Semi weekly edit ions to which some of Usu Ablest and most successful tillers of the soil will steadily contribute. No Farmer who Sells & Juo Worth of produce per annul can afford to do \ without oar Market report or others equally Lucid and comprehensive. If be should read nothing else but what relates to his own calling and its rewards we believe that no Farmer who can rend at All can afford to do without such a journal As the Tiu Bune. And we aspire to Nii Ike. It equally valuable to those engaged in other departments of productive labor. We spend More and More Money on our column each year As on countrymen s generous patronage enables us to do and we Are resolved that our issues of former years shall be exceeded in varied excellence and interest by those of 1st. Friends in every state t help us to make our j a Nornal better and better by sending in your subscriptions and increasing your clubs for the year Juit before us daily Tribune mail subscribers $ 10 per annul. Semi weekly Tribune mail subscribers a per annul. Five copies or Over a 8 each a extra copy will be sent for every club of ten sent for at one time. During the presidential Campaign we will receive six month subscriptions at the name rate. Terms of the Wal Klov Tiu Buse. To mail subscribers. O a e copy one year 02 issues 2 f a e copies Oue year m i Wuen 9 to Hants of Sonbi Riberi til at on. Pm of fico. In copies a 1 m each. 2u copies. 1 33 each. So copies 1 id each. A ail Oue extra copy to each club. Tone a drat til a l eat pen office. 10 copies. A m each. Jul copies. In each. 5 a copies 1 of each. Aad an extra copy to each club. The weekly tilt use. During the Campaign Fine copies or ouch to one. Mar w. A three 7non a As 35 Centt per copy. Advekt13jng Ami i tier Lonc. A r line. M a h k k t s. A nil Tell Juniie soc 40c, Soe 7. V. $ 1 1 s Ini weekly Tribune of quid. V i uts in weekly Tribune it and 8s Lier lieu 1acc origins Tuio a Ilion in one. Diaper. In making remittance., no ways i procure a itral on in \ v Vork or u 1 it of it Mouy order if Lio Syible. Liere neither of these Clin lie procured Semi l hit Money but Rtia a is v7i a Kewitt Rietl Marr. The registration fee has Bei u red Levit t is acc a cents stud the Prosi it system h l. S been Lolinda Liy the Postill to be nearly nil Uli. Flute pro top. Tion air Aust ins. He by mail. At Iniste Astei s Nve Olilia t. D to n Gister ii stirs of Alibi Rei ii ested Lornso. I l Nus Rusli in Hil Vnnie. Jailil Russ Tiff. Tin task new York. Wink Kriks. Largest cheapest v i v pm. V r1ckx. Ott11k to. Nos co. I. Iii Iii. Mostk Rui. J x.\. V i. Oun con mkai., wheat " a a la Unhul coh v " 1 a Lesliel Oats i Hii Blick h. Will. Y v ill Lulu 1,. Nov. 2si rills ,1.75. I. M hardware. Gioo13i pictures cheap i All dlr anti of my basis to Well by culling at to a old photograph into Lias wot a photographs and poems All styles and sizes made of a Hort notice us warranted to Plant. Sub nannies a pct am a w a a a a a a a a a wow a a a a a a Call and look at samples asi4 sit Tor Nihil a a a a Don t Furget the place Peterson s Brick Block. 453 first St., most Kyllo. M. K. Barnhill Artu tand prop. Monticello Iowa sept. It. Is reserved Fob next week they will Tell you what they knot Abolt taking pictures f for Ajcuc. A Overaa. N katxb9t, pvt Okess Best literal Jot printing office More and better facilities Xerox. In the Best Stock of so ill it a 15 3 350 bit in ill Uhel Timothy seed Clov eur sep 1 Ltd potatoes " i Yushe m a in l. O. To l. I i. A. 41 4 a. W a Ronky at retail blahs shoulders dried Arri. R., peace Ibby h a h a s tech Kishii i a ants sutly. Vhf a a any . Caucus was inaugurated jul d. In twin la ii Pon Sylvania. Spirit it Ruli d it oui Duke Down to Nii. Psi Aijrer. It will by Virry interest Iii to sen now. Lon this discipline shall prevail. Our on in Prossi in is it cannot endure and tilsit when Tho first blast shakes the political foundation the partisans who Are so Brave Ninfi successful in Quirt times will run away in terror and be no More seen. There i. S another outside Iii luf Upu. Ivsich will make itself to. It. The great corporations. Or to speak More correctly the of int corporation which of 1 i live swayed Trio Ile. Stinnes of i Enaif Al. Ania cannot look upon or Rani reconstruction Vith Iudici Reid c. To have corporate a unlit limited to restrict inc reaws of a capital and issues of Stock to restrain or i Ohi Bil ill Onsi Ilfred and secret legislation cannot be supposed to suit the easy virtue of corporations which have built themselves up Tomii the ruins of leg Stative Intis Fritz. How Tiu this sort of influence will Avail with a body constituted As this is. Is one of the problems which time alone can solve. It is quite noteworthy that the professional advisers and in some instances the presiding officers of these very corporations Are Active members of the convention it May be that rivalry will prevent mis Elief in. It an spot Herm As old As Kir Matview Hale May be verified by lie Adverse pretensions of these very corporations. At a events the immediate Pennsylvania future is Ltd of interest. Ship which i. S mortgaged to collector Casey in Case a Republican majority is secured in the legislature. From Arkansas we have doubt til but exciting reports of n threatened conflict Between lie existing state government and the newly elected governor Brooks and the rest of the ticket said to be chosen with him. Hartley who succeeded to the gubernatorial a Timur when Clayton wont to the Senate is an easy Friend of Tho Sei Iii Sor no Choice Cuba so aug Chi Ninion san Urfis Chin Moa Choi. E it or by in Psi yellow drip scr. Hum coffees Lrline Uio coffees fair Cut Tkv of Loov. Juts. New gallery Sorond Story of Davenport s Block. 30 hide and Lka Thek Market. Utida nit Kimu of l t l sved Nislick Agu not his victim. Retires from the in favor of Page c. A i i. Knap bad been appointed to i s j the supreme court Iti Nevada vice Garber Sig iwo lie was late private s a Rotari. The n. N Nir. " o to the Ator a and it is said he is willing to Facil a Nix hides p in. Hate the entry of Baxter the probably de " a a " a Fet Ted Republican candidate into theol Nve f governor. Latest reports say that this nov is contemplated and that the Clayon Rin will then hold Possession of the Tate Alonse and organize a legislature of heir own As their Fellows have done in Matamu. Possibly this is he View of an alarmist car thinly it is a report from one Side Only. As Long us we know that the result of. The slate election in Arkansas nay to considered unsettled it is but fair o wait until we hear from the Baxter following before deciding where the right a. Alabama Louisiana and Arkansas just now Are guttering front a relapse into the old disorder of feverish polities. The complaint is political and All the skin Toms arc febrile. These states have been meddled with so much they have been so Long worried by outside interference and inside strife that it i. S difficult to return to order and regularity of self government. Not once Sinco the War of the rebellion has either of those states been quieted into its Normal political condition. There is no possible excuse for the present agitations but they Are not so discouraging when we recollect that they Are the perturbations Winic. B accompany a slow return to health and quiet. The Southern body politic has been very sick its recovery has been shamefully retarded but notwithstanding the Rolan a convalescence has actually Bya a g music store on Rural Street Mil see tic Boston country produce jctc., Jolly Good 8. George Storey j Gen l agent in Monticello 30 to h. Babbe s store Kokini sikh or Kivist. Sept. Ooi a jut received at w. F. Groesbeck & co s. dry goods clothing hats Caps Booth shoes groceries our Slock i Sibb mss my pries us a r the lowest. Cull Anil took at our goods and Price had b a cobia end. A Large Stook of just received. W. F. Groe9beck a co. Glass work printing office i the county. If s Bare an enter tar new outfit from t " euro Tang Slick up including a Fht ii is i rus in Friar St \ the Are prepared to sex ecu on Short 110 Rise Lett kit a Klimt Bih. By aim Post Kwh ka1. E or Lotina Blank work Calorel frit log a Alpo Coto in Flat a n flt Jln in the printing Uduc from t Small card Mammoth Foster hardware store. W a invite lost Colon and defy Ooi up Timon. Please examine our work. 09 remember he pure a a of first Burcet formerly com Morrial Hall a re a r a from abroad will receive int. Alvo Lutc Auer than Torr. The Liberal Rutn Tang l or. It Fox is month Chijio. Lorn. G. W. He it l a i i i a my

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