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Eldora Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1891, Eldora, Iowa ESTABLISHED Best Advertising Medium in Central RATES OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE In In HARDIN NOVEMBER VOL 8 NEXT Thursday will bo A LARGE per cent of all the railroad aro to cureless ot caused by Ink ladies at aro trying to a gun So far enough who can hit a barn door have ROBERT BONNER has offered to owner of any horse that trots a in Ho will probably not bo called give it up this has sold Hec ord to a young man who has boen employed for timo in ws au inter est iu Webster ARCADIA is hiph toned for drinking but that is the of tho clubs the consti and bylaws approved by Boies while ho was acting as Attorney A MAN after a good dinner in prime condition to fervent Kc this truth ami make ample preparation for in and in your prosperity and abundance do not forget the nato and THK thing congress should do is to shut and bur tho door against objec The way this conn try is being filled up with objectionable people who bring all their vices hurt with threatening the very founda tion of our is causing much alarm on the part of political SAM an antiprohibition lias this to say in his Kro kuk City Let no Republican think that the Republican party can swap places with tho Democratic can put oil its armor and put on tho Dem It cannot bo The Iowa Republicans wore wholly in the THE Hampton Chronicle hits the unil on the head when it says Wo regret to see a disposition on tho part ot certain Republican papers to compromise with the rum and enact a license just what our party has declared No more certain plan could bo worked to kill tho Republican party in of tho amendment is the way out of wo and we think it would IT seems that Iowa is not tho only tho saloon figured In poli tics at tho last Tho Chicago has this to say on the question of the saloon keeper is making himself too as a candidate iu our local The Democratic ticket which was so badly beaten on Tuesday was larly afflicted in this Demo crats should bear this fact in mind on future and lot it act as a There is no reason why the siloon keeper should be very numer represented In the city and county His does not ally ut him for and the persist ency with which he thrusts himself upon the attention of the public Is likely to bo rebuked with increasing THK Kooley at must be performing wonderful if newspaper reports lire who has been there and ought to says that a mule drawing a cart 1 loaded with balked right in front of the And that even tho dumb brutes around to bo affected by the which is so highly impregnated with the treat that they seo tho horrors of the drink habit and refuse to draw a vehicle loaded with One writer says that the other day an old soaker arrived on tho train and took tho bus for the bat the horses refused to budge an inch until all the passengers got out when they moved with Again the bos loaded up and again the team re fused to The objectionable pas senger was persuaded to walk to the Institute and the bus went on its way to the rejoicing of tho There are several horses around in El dors that should have the gold treat v THE DOB says In his speech at the Grand opera house last Monday night Governor Boles made some remarkable Among other things he said I want to assure our opponents that on tho farms of Iowa we found tho allies Unit Iowa to the Democratic Governor Boles has not studies election returns to vory good r His plurality was increased tin many of the Interior butane did not come from the came from the railroad towns and of tho fts well as knows why there was an increase in his vote in those Ho knows of tho midnight conferences that wero held between Ms managers and certain railroad He knows that in returns for votes certain prom isos wero made by him or at least for Ho also knows that for Camp bells unpopularity among railroad mon many Republicans voted the Democratic Governor Boies cannot now bo allowed to say that tho farmers of Iowa aro responsible for what tho railroads dil for Chicago Some of tho orators at Farmers alii conventions of work and other assemblages of men who are fond ot telling about tho good old They draw a picture of felicity in past generations for the pur pose of milking their auditors fancy they are a much abused set of They toll of high prices for produce and for and in so doing show that either they do not know what they are talking or aro misrepresenting They do not tell the truth I years previous to the farmer was often glad to take less than 50 cents por bushel for his wheat after having toted it during two or throe days in his If ho could get allowed some good corn years two cents a I for his hogs ho was a happy hired help was content to work for less than half the wages paid and both toiled from morning to night un aided by any of the machine appliances which now enable u man to instead of They paid twice as much us now for all that was bought in the of cotton iron in and got along with precious little of The day workers in the cities ac much smaller pay than and it did not go so far per dollar except in the purchase of tho commonest articles of while money was so scarco they often had to take their pay in store and if a bank came into their posession they wero not always sure it was safe to hoard as the banks in those days had an unpleasant habit of avoiding in every possible wny th redemption of their It was no bettor in tho An Massachusetts cotton mill superintendent is quoted by tho Boston as saying that within his recollection the hours for work from ii to or with thirty minutes for breakfast and for Tho pay of tho ordinary day laborer was 75 and spinners on hand mules rarely averaged a dollar for fourteen hours of Tho weavers had to work three of those long days for women wore em to a greater extent than and wore Now the mon earn in a week of sixty mule spinners average not far from and tho women of the get about per The wages of and other outdoor workers have doubled within the last fifty and their hours of labor materially Tho meat of the workers was while and sugar were used but Calico was tho ordinary dross for even on Tho winter garments of the men Included neither undershirts nor Stoves wero unknown in tho carpets woro beyond reach of the and tho walls destitute of Cowhide covered tho foot of the boys in and during the other months wont bare At night they slept on This was the life of American men and women who from country towns to work in the It Is n fraud and a delusion to rotor to the good old times as hotter than tho The being who gained his living by toil was not then as comfortable as Ho hud not the good or not as much freedom of not HO many oppor for Tho m in of today is vastly more comfortable than his predecessor of forty or years and he in turn was a king compared with the one of a century or two The whether tor himself or has shared in the immense gains made by the intelligent portion ot the race in tho recent He is not to be blamed for wanting to further but his cause is not h lined by wholesale atlon of the conditions it Bought to Tho First you are run cant cant cant cant do any thing to your and you won der what alls You should heed the you arc taking tho first stop into Nervous You need a Nerve Tonic and iu Bitters you will find tho exact remedy for restoring your nervous system to its healthy Surprising results follow the use of this great Norvo Tonic and Your appetite good digestion is and tho Liver and Kidneys resume healthy Try a Price at Hammonds Drug flu Martin Martin Mart in Martin Martin This Space Belongs to i No time to write but you are invited to call when in need I of anything in the General Merchandise Fair honest weights and lowest living Head quarters for Thanksgiving Martin IS With its stuffed plum and but if you want to live to a good old take a tumble to yourself and see Ezra Who has been commissioned ters in Hardin County for Sure Tips On Where to What to And How to 4 Big Bonanza Is in store for all who will visit his fine new store on the north side public and see the full Returns Just Received From Chicago and New In order to appreciate the results it will be neces sary to call and inspect the Gold Gentlemens Jewelry of the Richest a Silver Silver Cake And all latest and most attractive novelties in the Jewelers OPEN END CYLINDER It in cur ami shuok without and will positively that shells from to por Soud for Illustrated Circular THROP Three DEALER IN f vl finest and largest stock of vehicles ever brought to Hardin Dont fail to visit Meaders emporium and inspect his HUFF Attorneys at AND COUNTY all the courts or tin and Counselor at Law up A ABSTRACTOR OF TITLES And Loan Money tit Lonn on Estate ut reasonable rati ut SIOUX attention to Coi Abstract and Loan MONEY TO LOAN at low rain of trailing insur ance LILY DALE falls promptly answered In the city or Specialties Diseases of Women and Office Iu Hardin second HARDIN COUNTY BANK IC Vice Cashier City Stale PAID UP Ill ISHIR 81 to 108 Clark Only four from Court thti Now with Modern Improve ments On American and weekly transients SO emits ami uu lor by ami Table his out lor tuture ATLANTIC Comer and Sherman and newly new Kates per Opposite Hock Island Lake it Michigan Central Stock Yardi and Hoard of Trade
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