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   Anita Republican (Newspaper) - February 13, 1895, Anita, Iowa                                THE ANITA J M Editor and TERHI Of SUaSCBIFTUUI Out jrmr In fill Mont Three 60 All aot paid In will be at of per year on BaUrad M Bcooad CUn at Post Anita Market Carefully to the mornlngol Fat to 61 46 THE A STAJVD BY THE JOB PRINTING tncilitie for doing this work bt m W do all kind Letter Aote tiill Hall lickttl 10 Published Every CABS FEBRUARY NEWS AGENT And Dealer in STAPLE find FANCY It is Raid to bo only a question of a ort time till the German emperor will return to ihe policy of his prandfather and Prince with a friend of k as COUNTRY PKODUUF per I3gt Kg per Tallow Lird TIME TABLE and To SODA WATBB IN QOINO 1 QOINO a M M 1 tod dally 3 mil daily Baoday Tratm 21 tad 21 do not SURGEON Office in Mwonio Chestnut All of Dental work done and satisfaction GATES VAN AnORMETI AT Transact A general law Money to Collection a Office over the Bank of RESIDENT Office with the Citi loos AH of Dental Work promptly and autiylVctorily MAJOR Taken for all Newspapers and Periodicals at Bottom Rates A It is said thai Quoeu Victoria lias had her will written out on parchment and bound in a which is secured with a pad After she quits ing he the contents of the book will be As a parly of great ideas aud unity of purpoxe democracy seems to be a When ii was in the minority in congress every member of the party united in an effort to oust the republicans and gnin control of the This being accomplished they lost cohesivcness and have been drifting apart at a great rate especially since The admin istration has had it in for the silver men aud so Friday a full test vote on the is suance ol gold bonds was result ing in a complete the vote standing 134 tn Out of the entire unwielt democracy of the honsc only 90 votec for the Buchanan Message lo CongrcM We have possessed all the elements o material ffealih iu rich am all these advantage our in its monetary i ut llie present moment in u deplorable In ihe midst of uusurpassins HOOKS and Special attention to ofllce practice PH1SICIAN AND Office Over the Bunk cf Residence on west of ft EQyers Flew Hu the COOP For a Bui He is attebding to his Insurance business at MYERS JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND Notary Two dours went ot the Farmers Many a time has the f tho cupilol building at Washington cen pointed and it is nn uneimimnn hing for congressmen lo sicken and t is now told thut in ihe basemen rooms of ihe building there are ions and ions of public documents stored lhat lave been assigned tn members if con gress tn be sent to iheir nonstiments but never lying there rotting and de from which any ummjunt of diieasobreeding gennn are The inlereiil on the first morlguge bonds of ihe Union PituifJo railroad be ing not paid and not any 4V luring prospects of payment foreclo sure proceedings have been begun in the federal court in the asking also for a rccceiver for ihe road The gov eminent claims being junior lo the sued on tliuroul will either become the property of tho Unitud or else the United Stmes will lose what it has invifuid in the Thire in not much choice between there two alternatives We do not heur very much about opening the markets of ihu world tor tlio benrfit of the American A few yeaM ago we were frequently told thai if we could only have free trade we could find men a demand iu foreign countries for the products ol American lhat the price musi llie IanuiT would not only veil products lor bol ter pricus but could buy dry dress iron und everything lhat we get trim cheaper thau ffe wcru galling many peope having listened lo these slorics voted for a change and i lny got Ai one man said ho got a change friin 30 cenis an hour ID 17 and he alBJ voiced tho nenliment of a very Cleveland to Congress Urge per not only of ihe C II I In the uieantiuie the situation bas so Washington From own our iu all the pruduciions and in all the elements of National we find ui u n u fuel urea out public works uur private works of dif Cerent kinds and thousands of useful laborers thrown out of uiect and reduced to waul The revenue of the government which is chiefly diriv from duuen on imports trout hari been greatly clunged and the emergency now appears su threatening thtit I doetn it iny duty to aak the hands of the legUative but of the farm owners as when he saiu I am ready to vole to exchange back again and dont you forget Men began to Vote lo back in lu wv branch of the government such and far a thut vote can PHYSICIAN AND Oills pr mplly attended either Day or Cured by Davenport No Pay Until Office with over Lattig Btore Residence in the Davenport side Main east of llie DOBS ALL KINDS OF Bhop Just of tbg Fnrmfin IOA BARBER ROBINSON DOOP Haft opened a tine 2ohuir Bar ber Shop I o ttie busomcDt ol the LATT1Q Every nnd shown to aud first elms work CITY BALE FEED STABLE Every Thing Ihe Best of and Bo Either Doable or Hlnglc 0IK8 cured for cheap AS any An IiiwiiceitH4iif auosaedad im marry ing a very rich but the cireuuistancc is robbid of its ulory when we learn ihat he hud lo elop with thf girl in order to acl Sic semper Only twenty duya more lor the e ouo try to be misrepresented by a do nothing Speed the day when ihcy shall fly away and bn at from ever auain having anything to do with nation al Quern Li I ims tl a cumplcle ab dioaiion ul all claims to thu throne of Hawaii and is now ready to accept the mercy of tho govern neat if it is merci fully inclined to those who bavo done their best to overthrow Their worth liss nccko may perhnps be saved but we opine lhat the nest news from Honolu lu will toll uf Ihe funerals of ihe rebel It is matter lor njoiomg that ihe whiskey irusi ii in and is liable lu go lo pieces frum its Inherent cusaed Its officers have been paying themelves enormous sotuiul them several aud the treasury of the concern is about in be cundiion lhat the government ircanury was when the Buchanan administration turned it over to tbe The new bund issuu over 000 and the rale ut interest after tsti ihu premium at which they are sold will be three and three fourths per L in poor policy for a man to bor row money to pay current expenses un lets be where the money ii oom bg from to pay back tbe loan and if Uncle clim dont want to pake any more ioaoi bo bad belter retrench byteeuriog larger revenues at the custom hivebeen to be but their Pot tbejroainared tb and effective notion as will cunfi dcncc in our financial soundness and a vcrt business disaMer aud universal dis tress among llie With natural re cuurcis unlimited iu variety and pruduc tive aud with a people wliose activity and eutorpiiie sctk a fair opportunity iu achieve National KUCCUSS aud uur progrrSH should not be checked by a false financial policy und a hecdlcis disregard ut sound monetary nor should ihe tiuiitiuy or feur which they engender stand in the way uf our prosperity The Northwestern Congrcgationalist in a roeeor issue devoted several pages to a symposium fjfn The next ftep in Anli Saloon Joseph Cook WHS aiming ihv He sayr The nest slept is io rescue voters who me church members from the inconsis tency ul enlading ruiasellirs fmui uhurch membership and yet al ihe Biiiue lime voting tu legalice rum Most Protestant ciiuruliui ciclude ihn ruiu teller from church Al uteri thai favor ibis wide and righteous Iaaure ought in common honor to ro use to vote to legalize the rumsellerH There arc voters n the Unilce Stales who are churcl If they would act indcpcn ently and vote together on the temper nee there is no political paity bat they could mi bring in In ino great legislative body known as congrera there in a bill pending aimed a ihysioianx who Some mem iers uf ihe profession mean if they can o dieiale Ihe exact manner in whic other members must make their an uounoonicnts to the public through th newspapers and in the different way iriniers ink U used Congress can bet er afford to Hike a vacation than t waste time over a matter so ridiculou and rifling as In tho first pi act oonttreis has no more business definin low a physician ahall advertise than to cpeciiy how generally shall tell ihehr There was onee notion lhat ft was unprofessional for a in Naiional legislation it will be ut we have nearly two more years ol and wiibout his consent the old and successful republican theory annul be rcenucted into law wbile he doctor lo let the publiu know where bu could be and what particular dis ease he in his own beat qualified to Like other ancient that notion has practically paiHed The speoialjui in medicine and like tbe specialist in the aria and sciences ban come to be Division of labor marks the bust and highest and where a man or a woman poasesa the public has a right to know f physicians do not wish iv however in ihe return ul re uuiicau There is not one emocrat in a huixirt d lhat expects io in the proaiJ ntial ninl all tiriC thut ihe next president will he u Aud with such a result in times will return eventually to ometliiiig near were in Figures for During the presidential campaign of 1892 democratic press and orators up iculed to the furinurs uf ihe country to vote for democracy and They were told lhat with thu udiuiuistraiiun iu hit hunds uf tho democratic purty there would be an increased value of all Turin that niarneis would be extended and lhat these would open up lu the agriculturists an era uf such as the country had not He gardless uf ihe cftcct of former demo cratic udminiiiirations on the interests of the many farmers took deuiuc racy at its and Mr Cleveland was elected presiduiil and thu cuuirol of both of ihe national legislature were given to thu democratic Now two years have piused and it is ing for the farmers tu note how democ racy has fulfilled UK The agn cultural prtisided uver by a nab given out figures whicli blmw iho average fnrui vaiucx of certain products during tlio ytar 1894 When those figures are placed aide ly side with l ho average values uf ihe same produce iu the farmers can iiuw ihey have ben llcie are the figures Fnrin 1ilcos Loss in WhoKt C24 18 U4U1 71U I por 0442 0472 3 0 IS 10 pur 345 But judging from the result ol he last the farmers did not wait fur those figures They saw the luidtake aud proceeded in a in wt cmphaiie tuan uer lo rectify itThu old DJUI oeraiic limes is no longer a cry io con jure Another thing ihe farmers have The have seen Rep ublican laws repealed which opened up to them foreign markets for surplus These laws were not because the reciprocity ireaiitm were not in the interests of ihe producers of the United bul Decausolhey were en vottd by the Republican Tho past year has boon one full of lessons to the American and there in little to advertise there is no law compelling theni e do but in an experience of many yean tbe Democrat has never been rebuked by tbe profession fur referring doubt thai he has profited by in deserved of praise to delicate The doctors are not opposed io but none ol them are aUroa to an outgrown It ii You should know that Foleys Honey and Tar is absolutely the best remedy that spectaUsti shall not for all diseases of tho chert trmnthoriied 19 ten U to give Mi Feb Wise niun cnn give good hut the wisest ut niin cannot compel llie of llieir Ex Speaker lliids hubitiitute for tinCleveland gold bond which doctanitiuiif of Hindu an impossibility before il was voted upon by the proven llio truth of Herds bill ilrliacleil into a uirnt Vfilh uicaiis to ruisu iho yuld rc gorve Iuud to un prupur and by providing the secretary uf the with uiouey lo uitci defieiercien iu the revenues uf llie governiuent until stun timu as ihe revenues of the fcovirinnul should exceed the txpendilureH would keep the gold rtsiirve intact lliie statuiuent ol the sttuaiion were redeeming fflmn they Wiru ll Uii1 wan to the u a ireenbaek wa U ituy in the and iug the faci tlie secitiiiiy d to rewsue tor il id not eiilur tho author izud to issutj for it is not llie uuthunzmioii or even llie demand ut Uu law they shall lie the Ii is ne mil ihey are It is the fact thai iheir reissurauuu Causes this continued depictIDII ot the ado about umhing is the tiile apply J Hie fi dubatc llio voius taken this wecH in lliu livery man ol even average iulclligencu beloru that it not tliu siigliusl uitlorcncc what tho or wlmt it failed to su far as the accomplishment of any financial legislation was They knew that Mr had all his arrangements uiudu lor another bond aud iliai it would on About the only result of no dobaio in tlij liouw WKS thai it enabled some of the outgoing democrats to put in a eirong cluitu for presideotui itpp to utfiuu Putilio irriuicr has uuror becu popular witli members ol the G Out Ins hup ilita ircuiUrfot of a for lhat urgauiZ4iiou which called on him lor tliu purpose ol asking iliu re instaleuieot of tlm comradus who hud been wuhout has aruus od a hatred towardt him in the breasts ut all wlueli Benedict uiuy live to regret I have udiaiued you here today HI urdor to be able to tell you that you ivill uiVcr bu adiuitud were tho words Uciieciici yreoiod G A couiuiiuee with when they were adiuittud to Ins olfijj II IIDI only relusad in impoliie language to rein stum any uf ill dijuhargnd bui hu even refused to look tlie lial pru pirdl by the saying curtly ji one of them will b pui utid wlieti tho committee siood duiuiuunded at sujli Im c niiiou d ii nothing lurthur to be raid what aro you waiting for Tho luet is not generally known thai Washingtons new Mr was about lilteen years ugu a clerk in the pension bureau lie was appointed from where he was He soon lireJ uf the rouiino work of a clerk aud announced IIH inteti lion lo go weal and try lo do soinotiinig said one of follow you would do belter to fluid on to what youve If you sjo west youll They arc fertilizing tbe soil out ihere with llie bodies of ambiiinus youngsters from the out wnu are utiaiile to keep up with ha II ill on to hundred doil irs a uionih Youll never uiiiko that much any where in ino Wiui HH reply svas chanciiir istio olihj rtiuriy VH ith iol him cleotcd io ihu aud bus n W landed him in the siarve or ingoing to try my lucl Ive looked over ibis situation and UiW Ill my iiifn miuon l raining ou there and cipualizj Just hod your horses lor spell mid youll see uie bauk bore with a cmgress mans cluiuiiaMMi in my or thing even Senator has no inure ainci ro wishers than those who worked besidu him as olurk ihey like him because his suceos has not turned his He is to them ihu same old John Tbe senate had another spell of plain talk about Hawaii and its ultimate an uexation over the amendment io the diplomotic anil consular appropriation bill providing lo begin the work o laying a cable between San Francisco and and auihonz ing the president to enter into a contract tor tlio iniiro Slowly but surely ihe power of the democrats has slipped away from ihein jn Up to dale last day they had a majority of that but upon thai day by Ihe swearing in of Senator of they their majority and only had enough votes tie tbe Moate on a full Now bare loat that power as another new of Wyoming sworn NOTICE TO All hands are putting up and getting stock in readiness for tha Spring j heavy or light a full and complete stock ONLY FIRST CLASS MATERIAL FIR3T CLASS WORKMEN ALL WORK AKDKEW ivru ana we wa tjui to Girc vi tuul unr Office North Side of Main Street Othcial llruwB i Oieon A Iltllttt AllUriW Job Caul K Urlinm Hrucn Mover Aniln liMirUrnw 11 V C K H D J A A F 11 Sears Kidn Tuwnfcnd X r U U 1lunkot Church Sorvieus uvurj snbbiith nt sohool iiltertlie morn ing lrivcr in ul luJJ Clltntrn II mull uvirry Kalikntb ot ml nlleitlio tfrlllinl lit 12 Itt at A I AT ION 11C V G i1 i Sti ft i 1 ptllOOl a ii iiuilmij WcilniBilay evenings HBV 11 ullo ewci IVmliiyi Sclillle 111 limrRcns Western Leading Daily and The Council Bluffs MfAnt NII Ucpnrtment of Iowa iiioli in hill the 2uJ and 41U jitiinliiy nl Ciieb Vifiting corJhdly inviloil I moel with SUBSCRIBE We are enabled to offer WKKltlA MONLAIIEIL anil the for one ytur fur l larger uiruuliitinn and is the in Invvn puiple J uppirt lnwa tu the well defined ipie ot It mure news ihiiii uny utliei junrnul in western luwu limy be Been ut Il the of the who havo ten io iwolvn head or morn of clieup horses on hand lhat tliuy hayo ruisid on ihe plan it in ihe stalk fields with i In mercury 15 or yfl billow will iliiin ah nil niXi I whaiivir thov will bring ami take ihi1 tunricy and liuid n uom forlabe barn and eoniiuniice with a few good oniK nod iliiiu nl fisud and iliry will liuvu Ieel lo sjll and in a short time llicy will discover thi ilifTeruncf thut proper care und warm liarns m iko in the cessful production of all kinds ol live Turf JEVvELER Always on hand a Complete Line of FOR THE VV FLAVOR Vviitch Work a ALL WORK South Main Old A Sli I iu liulil ihi Inri al iln i1 siaiid in1 wliicli yivvs l llio Minn ovor1 i Hi culomrrs UonninbiT d 1 i V u I IH r S N V btiil ntiry tlf ty iinnVftrviy A of Iii fcniiiJmn IntcutH ami bow to ob tain AlaO 11 CUf Of UUJCbail tiironjiU roceivo BpCiiil thli rSricillifir Jtllieitrnilt lUJQ tinn arc Uoiiiit OIT cift tu tiD plonuid ot utiy lu tbo 11 Vlvury r cmiluina iti unl Of with f acco who arewillinato paiia ilfJemoretkn j t o tke price charged for me ordinary trade will find te fcrand superior to all otliers BOVAPE Of LO hiiulo 1 to ami Irom all at All D liuuling ex ilone on Orders sulititcil GKO BOOd THK FARMERS HOW Notice of Probate of SlATt OF Tu ttUUM IT MAT MNCKItX You ami uiuill of you arc liorrliy to npiicar nt tliu Court in i on lay j of nl I iioliwk lo ittenil tin ot un jmrport oig ID bo tlic Intt Will innl Tctlauriit ol lIuwAiiu S of Cntt at wliioh tiina aul pluco you will anil show if wby oiiij W shiiulil not bu to In I liuvo hiTuunlo yulifoilljca iny naiiio j 10 ric ilia I of AMIIIIOSK Clork thu District A Quarter Century For u quurici of a century Kinds Nuw Discovery has been and the millions who have rccvivrd licnefit Iroui ils use leslily io its wnunderlul curative powers in all diseases ol Chest and A remedy thai has stood ihe test HO long aim that lias fiivun so universal satisfaction is no Uicli is positively puaraniecd lo give or ilu money will be Ii admit ted io be the niosi reliable for Coughs and Trial bullion free nl Divif fe Kichls Siore size 00 Glad Tidings to Asthma FnlcyV Honey and Tar ivcs juick and positive relief lo u all sliuw that thousands of in fants and children yearly die uf mem bniDOurf JD not exaiijerate when we state ihui every one of these in nooenU could have been saved had Foleys Honey aud Tar been uiven ihem in Can you afford lo be without U ju JOUV AT THE Fanners THE POLANA CHINA AS IHU D IV Anita Cass WE WILL TAKE YOU jiiiikly Comfortably ON PhilipsRocklshiid Touris t BEST BRANDS OF j Choice Family Flour OR LADIES FINE CALL AT Oppasite the Whitney FOUUTKEN YKAUS BEUORD Over already carried and all like tlio JCAU LEAVES CHICAGO Every Tuesday via tlie beauiiful In dian and the Sunny line CAR LEAVES CHICAGO EVKRY i Thursday via Colorado andllm I i SpOiiilTmaniijjCrs jues each to lur tlio many wants of llie pas en i We ciujt toll TOU nil ihe iii Ik 1 Ior your California trip vcu TOU ts JOHN C I H   

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