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Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - February 9, 1890, Burlington, Iowa PART ONE H ESTABLISHED IOWX FEBBIJAKY PBKE is Corn rat LiTE UTTERANCES HOI BOTH 50101X181 OTJDS fianday Walks Jacksons Habit of Insteat Frayer Odd for Not Jota ing Xiet lie be says Philip fiohaff in hit latest end confess that old Calvinism is fast dying It has done a great work and AM done it but it cannot satisfy the demands of the present We live in the nine not in the seventeenth Every age must produce own theology and has its own mission to fulfill The Christian Advocate says A person accustomed to sedentary life during the attends church faithfully on may with propriety take a walk of moderate length in the not in the places where Sabbathbreakers most do should never be al lowed to walk out alone on that We do not think it wrong for parents to take their children for a short walk on the Sabbath A loitering a long tend to Heber Newton insists that every con gregation should enjoy homerule in the matter of In our mother Church of he there 5s no set hymnal for the whole In Westminister Abbey you will find a lib eral and in Albans you will find the bymnal expressing the wor ship of the aocalled There is a rich variety of hymns to be found in as one wanders from church to This is as it should It is quite enough for the principle of uni formity that we should have one stand ard book of common But in tho name of all that is tie us all Broad High Low to one cutanddried hymnal I am so Archdeacon that there is no error more fatal than the notion that correct belief or church membership is of any value in comparison with that right eousness of life which is the beall and end of true that I say if I could find words to say it yet more I would say it yet more plainly would rather that any man should bo a Romanist or a Dissenter or a Budd hist or so that he were u holy and Godly than ten times over a member of the most Catholic church that ever and by a sly intriguer or a rancorous slanderer or an unclean liver or a professional liar in any one form of conscious a hypocrite and a bad The Review gives publicity to the fol lowing inlereiting anecdote Of Stone wall it is related that using the phrase innlunt in he was asked what he meant by I have so fixed tho habit in my own he T never raise a glass of water to my lips without a moment asking Gods I never seal a letter without putting a prayer under the I never take a luttor from the post without a brief sending of my thought I ncvur change my Classen in the lecture room without a minutes petition on the etuletn who go out and those who come And dnut you sometimes forget to do thin think I can scarcely say that 1 was the answer the habit has become as fixed almost as The Obsnrvor Eitherthe American board must surrender its posi tion RE a toucher and preacher of the old or the Andover Theological Semi nary must tlnd its occupation gone in the work of preparing men for missionary There is no use in spending yours ic teaching young men a gospel which the great Missionary society of the churches is not willing to Forging tin blades for missionary hands and casting tunpound shot for mission ary ankles are not the work that ie yet acceptable to the mass of those Who be lieve in But orthodox semi naries continua for many years to send out bands of men as pastors who have been educated out of the old it is u more question of time as to when the work of as now will cease to be carried on by the and those who believe in the old gospel will form their own organiza tions for its i Andover can afford to be The Christian Inquirer Baptist says Action on the nomination of General Morgan and Dorchester is still de layed in the United States It is wellknown that the opposition to their confirmation comes from Roman Catho They desire no one to have control of matters of education among the In dians who will not submit to the dicta tioq of their bishops and A Romish paper in Washington has de clared that the party which prevents General Morgans confirmation will have the Catholic vote in The bribe offered is but it is well for republi can senators to understand that subser viency to Borne will so route Protestants workers wffl rush to these I do suppose that the opening of a public library will necessarily mean the dating up or loss of trade for the But I do believe that who an apart from it will come in contact with that subtle sensitive atoms attach ing to the loftier world of art and those material suggestions of refinement and which for a more fortunate aection of society u the atmosphere of the home and the daily In our dwellings we hare and books we are familiar with brica brac the artistic sense is cultivated in us by our surroundings to a greater or lees Bat the great mast of the wage workers have no such influence at home they must go out of their for Because they have to work hard all and at night are physically too tired to appreciate or enjoy these the chance should be given to them on To many a longing for something such opportunities might prove the John Baptist preparing the way for the Son of A great part of the accomplishment of this re sult rests with the By what they or leave the doors to these now fast closed on will be thrown open or remain Farmton in the Advance Yesterday I heard a new reason why people do not join my If one should whisper to me that I was lazy in my pastoral that I was super ficial in my that I was not a good or not good for any one of a thousand other I should readily assent to the charge at with sorrow of heart at the charge itself and intellectual conviction of its Any one of these reasons I should say would be sufficient to repel a lady or gentleman from uniting with my But the reason that I did hear was so singular that I venture to note A lady wished to be a parishioner of this She coun selled with her hueband she wished to bring into this goodly fellow He at once He My you cannot there is so much work done in that and such a spirit of that I know if you do go into you will surely kill yourself with As I heard this with regret mingled with I could not help thinking how many church members throughout the length and breadth of this land would rival the patriarchs in length of days if they are spared until too much church work kills them CHILDHOOD AND YOUTH OF IFITUPAE TEE EiWKYFS COiirJPOlTJEIT FALLS Bobbed of all His CashStory of a Young Spanish SoldlerThe Tomb ud Effiffea of 8U James Comnpomdenoe of THB bad been a hard tramp from Finisterre we had not arrived at Santiago un til about midnight and it was nearly noon of the next day when I was awak ened by a gentle tapping at the door of y old alcoba in the humble inn to which our Gallegan guide had conducted The tapping proceeded from the knuck of a harshvoiced criada or maidser vant on my demand that whoever was knocking should proceeded first to inform me that no such unpar donable conduct on her part jcouldbe to say tSat one Pierre having bargained for the jacas he stood in need had eaten his dutifully kissed the sacred es the grand finale of all pilgrim ages to the famous cathedral of was now patiently waiting to bid me a final after which he must speed ily depart to his own at deso late I asked that he be sent to my stumbling up footpaths ia ipors of the Monies de t was lost wandering fat a day in wild and forbiddiig M good or bad lock would have upon a lonely mountain choza at night when I was at tot refused admittance by its only a starved and ishlooking hag of of 25 or 30 I stowed myself away uponthe arm ful of millet straw she gave without passed a wretched night My dreams were filled with all manner of in the llaid awake I pondered forbodingry over a vicious remark my unwflBng hostess had made that the men of Montes de Torezos re paid the visits of strangen to their homes ary knee against his He started and looted ate full in the My hand onthelowiroadivisioBraflbetweeB i aad it touched God kaovt asoldiers human sympathy to a soldier in some subtle way swept from r heart to his in that His ached hand relaxed and The was aext Oar hands clasped sad then was a quick We were born thousands of anart Mver met until that instant wonldnevar again meet unless in but we when they were absent with the ca ress of the I would have that sometime that night this wo man outside the ehoza in earnest tones with some no doubt her who had unexpectedly re turnedWhen morning I gjave her some and received directions from her how to cross the mountains to The expliritneas of these worried me as I trudged But sorely she had told me the way truth fully for on turning through a shadowy there lay the great valley of the with the spires and domes of VaUadolid away to the almost at the mountain theorist Sunday School Written Tor THB Just one glimpse do we get of the He came lumbering and the hat in childhood and youth of We ought to gaze at with the greater I remember when traveling in Europe and coming to famous places that I never expected to behold how I strained my eyes and tried to stamp the images upon the How intensely ought we to look unon this one picture of the one model when we know that it is the negative that may stamp upon our characters the throughout which does the land that any party homage to priestcraft will lifelineaments that we need to be recog nized at the gates Jesus is now in his thirteenth coming to religious called a son of the law in Jewish Luke gives the gospel of Jesus licsjan What hinders the proper use of Jesus early life for childrea is that we befog it with the uncalled for marvels of divinity and set it up out of reach of child Let us not do that any Of course we cannot use Jesus to be sym bolic of perverted but as a reality to recover the moral He is a lifeboat for every childs own personal use in the perils of the not a Great to be managed by a hired The first and last verses of the lesson leave the child strictly in the line of nor mal human He grew in was strong in filling ip in moral increased in favor with God and If man is not a beast but a moral immor what else could we look for Jesus was not jumping into but he he was made perfect through At five ac cording to Edersheim and the other best the properly trained Jewish boy began to commit the scripture the Bible was the principal text At ten the boy would begin to have opportunity to go into the more spiritual meanings of the and the meaning of I remember as distinctly as if it was yes terday when I was walking in the shady grove at home at ten years of many thoughts of God came to es pecially the what there would or could be if there were no no no no Doubtless this is common to young This is the verv time for childhood to strike for religious for its knowl This is the period of life when we cart hear God Samuel then heard Gads David heard him when herding Timothy from childhood tnew tie holy scriptures and it has been the best start for thousands in all times Robert Browning translated parts of Homers works when only eight yean of Precocity in Jesus or anyone is not perversion of We see then that Mary and Joseph were loyal to They were at the annual Passover I can not well take space to show how naturally this incident of Jesus being left in the city after the car avan had started could have but it is enough to know that it did At this time Hary doubtless be stowed her care on younger and the boys of twelve might be with the men or women divisions of the cara It was not family and family by but caravans of hundreds then men by themselves in mothers entered the room and approached my Poor Pierre He was in He sank upon his knees beside poured forth vehement and eloquent and sobbed like a child as we clasped hands for the last Finally breaking as if overcome with sad he cried Qnede usted con usted con Dios you remain with precipitately disappeared into the court yard and calle I do not know how others may feel or but there is to me so sacred a place in the human heart for these accidental and supremely loyal friendships of that utter dolor would come in their and but miserable regret be prompted in their were there not secret un quenchable longing and unconquerable that there were time and place for their rekindling and All there is of ancient Santiago worth is this wondrous old cath edral where Pierre had performed his How it came to be and bow for centuries it remained the most luminous shrine in western Europe are more strange and curious than can be told of any other of the noble though de caying sacred edifices of the brother of the was stoned to death at Jer James is the tutelar saint of as is George of Denis of and Patrick of Ira Over years in Bishop of so runs the discovered the body of removed in some miraculous man ner from surrounded by a wondrous light in a dense to which a star led the way hence the name of the Santiago de or James of the place of the to which the body was removed by Leon from the chapel already erected at the place of discovery by snd Santiago was raised to a A corn rent or El Voto of one bushel per acre was collected from all yielding a yearly revenue of nearly which was continued until The present cathedral is not a single creation of a single architect or but has been the result of untold votive offer ings since the first wondrously splendid basilica was built by Alfonso the between the years 806 and This was the tomb of James alone being by Al at his capture of the city re built by Bishop Gelmirez in 1032 and completed in Bermudo in the llth century made extraordinary repairs and This devout Spanish king also built great which still exist as national and over the place may be found the richest store of ancient archives in all Just a little way beyond me were some innocent enough looking with a few bundles of a couple of two ar three old and as many mangy dogs apparently a group of simple mountain or resting idly by the They responded to my salutation whereupon I proffered each a These were accepted with many gra and I turned to Arto cried one in a low but firm voice of As I turned I was looking in the face of three rusty old trabucos or I am not sure but had I run far it to wards VaUadolid I could have outdis tanced either the shots from their rusty trabucos or their much more dangerous But I simply raised my walked squarely up to with a smile and excellent senores of de you are lees poor than but still welcome to all I They had it allabout 97 in Spanish for my luggage and credit letters had gone from Astoiga to VaUadolid by a I then claimed the privilege of resting a little time with and questioning them about their knew more of each other in that one moment than some life acquaintances and I somehow believe I win find the face that was then the second time tamed me somewhere in the country when I asset to travel But the ferryboat had bunped against the Havana Through the clatter and clamor and the deserter was shoved and saberprodded to the Plaza dela San Carlos hurried into a victoria alongside which were two mounted and driven ranWly I could not work that wandered along the walls of and with the white face of that desperate life ever before At 4 oclock Just across the narrow harbor entrance were heard some ominous drum On the little plaaa just over the sea OB the hnghts of We could Swafr this plainly from ia Pultafl feared what it could not bear it and hurried Just as I reached the old Boquete walls there was a sound of musketry at I looked across the channel and saw the smoke from their pieces well nigh enfolding them But I saw through and through that cloud one face sealed in eternal when some old fishwives on the Boquete walls crossing themselves as if it were an old habit and for like lazily muttered El desertarl El de sert ar Maria Purissimal exclaimed the HAT WILL A Very Uwwrtaii TUag to Write AhotrtHard BolesGover nor Larrabee3 MessageCards as TimeBalersA THB HAWKETX CAPITOL 7 DCS Another week has passed and the same old chestnuts which we used on all former occasions can be taken out aad polished up in type and you have the or more correctly a resume of the past weeks legislative Every time we have taken our pen in hand to write you a aa ever with locked hona the lock still dead and others of old famfl iar double picas some briUiaatftlfhto of eloquence culled from Qovanor um bees But if the people at large weary over the little difficulty which agitattt the gen tlemen from the various niuessatstlve how about its effect upon the minds and health at oar legWatars How many gray hain can be traced to this cause and no otherT How do they spend their time What do they do between adjournments could our spirit take flight and visit un seen the temporary abodes of many of our good meaning members we would find that after the evening repast had been flnithed four would gather together and sit down quietly to listen to such phrases as What1 s trump Your card I beg but you did not follow suit Hows the game Six or perhaps on the other hand in some other I pass Four cards Raise it ten I Thus the idle hours which later on will belong to the committee are spent either What wonderWho wouldnt indulge in tho few lines we have been fearful lest erti pasatime so popular with the American the mariman could reach we would I people or else patronage one of our we have and which reads as my remarks they are stale situation has or perhaps another which we keep in the other Deadlock has been broken destroy lettermailed yester all joking we have these two messages have been under the necessity of renewing as paper will wear Hence we have a natural timidity about writing anything with reference to the manner of getting on in the old rheumatic One surely be Civil and religious freedom will be BO matter what other issues politicians may seek to force into Let Baptists all over the land write at onoe to the and naturally the larger chil dree again But Jesus got the parents look for him anxiously over the They look every on the streets and among and last of all they go to the religions There is enough plain senators from their respective states and I ilumanity this added volume to the voice of jdid as most of us We Protestant hosts agaiait truckling to would hardly expect to find our children On the question of Sunday the Sanderson Bays in the Church Eclectic Van is He has his physical mnd psychical appe tites and From the weekday round of toil and the level of the the truest and most perfect rest isthe change to the which pertain to the higher and more spiritual quali ties of the It is obviously the duty of the church to pro vide the taiaga her eelf so far as she may aad do all that can to secure the atedia which wffl bring this rest and refreshmaat to This thought can be carried out ia In the first direction si it is related to the ritual in our church ser vices I do not care to go aot be it Is but because its necessity is being as evidenced by the general up ducted by all schools of of twelve when to be so in terested that they forgot themselves in the lesson at the Sunday We would rather fear that they were carried into some dive by violence or or bad gone to a place of But the child is at last found in the we suppose that Joseph and Mary set the We think that isthe which more armies have passed than any other roads in Europe within the Christian for the pilgrims from and those from central Spain for Santiago was once the most fre quented and celebrated shrine in Christ An entire page would be re quired to give adequate description of this noble edifice but the carved by Gregorio Espanol in 1606 the bronze by in 1563 the magnificent and unrivalled Portico de la the mighty western entrance and the tomb and effigies of James are all unequalled examples in ecclesiastical art The latter two are wonderful The sculptors theme upon the Portico de la Gloria is the Last with Christ proceeding from the root of This representation is inimitably more than enough to have given Mateo immortality at el Maes tro of Its deep poetic and marvelous real in which the flinty stone glows with radiant I beyond com parison with any known sacred subject of the sculptors art to be found else where in In the center of the Capilla Mayor or chapel rises a great altar of jasper and Upon this sits the effigy of habited in a pilgrims esclvina or long cloak of silver and glittering with emeralds and Near is another effigy of the saint with an aureola of rubies and and at his feet the statues of four kneeling Again Bt James is represented at the battle of Clavipo slaying who are falling about him in Four great columns rise near these effi Upon each is seated the figure of an These four angels support the tomb high in and an im mense star of biasing gold is suspended above the Not so very long burning hung be fore this Behind the great marble steps permit pilgrims to ascend for the fin del rotnage or last act of pil which consists of kissing the tern of the leered esclsvina enfolding the effigy of the saint But as earranciBg as were the treasures almost physically was the only genuine bandit among them All the save were the most simplehearted souls that That one was a fine going wrong under a heartheavy load of indig nity and grief wife had been my un willing hostess of the previous She had sent me across the mountains with a particularity of direction that made my acquaintance with her hus band To him I appealed for the reasons why he should leave an honest peasants life under the in fluence of the unhung old wretch of his little start straight in this sort of life for the guardsg bullet or death at the His story was a long briefly he was becoming an incipient outlaw because his youngest whom he had loved better than Ma own had been shot like dog at More for attempted deser tion after suffering untold 6hot at in had he blue light hair and a fair facer and yes Then there in the where I had been robbed of so mean a sum that I was ashamed of lieffl this man as best I could a fact of my own which I will be pardoned for telling to your readers in a slightly different way El desertar El desertar were the low toned ejaculations I heard all about me one April morning in in the cabin of the Edouard as it left the Regla side for the twomile trip across Havana bay to the The cabin was well and in a moment there came fussing and fum ing through the narrow passage to the forward cabin a Spanish sergeant and a guard having in charge a man of most pitiful I made room quickly BO that two seats were vacant near me in which the guard and his the latter next while the bearing a paper with a dangling strode forward a pompous with the importance of his mission and These ferries carry the gayest of crouds between Havana and the beautiful sub urbs to the but the entrance of the party hushed the laughter and pleasant sallies of men and women All present seemed painfully exerting them selves to ignore the presence of the little but every one from time to tirna stole secret glances at the well for not a hard look fell upon Some old priests near seemed to be moving their lips aa if in prayer for and behind many a fan I could see the face of some beautiful senora or senorita in I knew well enough what it all having once been a man who had robbed me in the Montes I to Fifty flinging himself abjectly at I subject Especially my that man whom you befriended when we know was my murdered brother EDSAK BUBBIBC Lewiatown A lady who does not believe in the present high pressure system of work and amusements says that she owes her placidity of disposition and her capacity for to an old habit of running When I was a she had a notoriously hot As soon as my mother saw one of the fits com ing she used to say Perhaps youd better run away a little Then I would take my or my littla gardan according to the dash out of and stay there until the evil spirit had passed We kept up that little my mother and I entered the young lad ies seminary of our and there I worked very unlike many of the I did not break When ever my mother noticed that my fore head was beginning to tie itself up in a knot over my she would say Run away for an The sunshine is very and I want you to go out and soak yourself in it Of I didnt always want to but mother could ha firm as well as in and the result was that I did a great deal of running either to bed OT in the open The other girls kept themselves awake on coffee in order to study late at and some of them WBISiY ABOUT imaaroi AID m KSI ran Cfeneral Orer Vitality in OM Terrtttrtal Capital Ot jThe Orchard City WMely i Correspondence of XBB DM The mowing refers to the fact of the United senate extending the time two yean is which the may be Burlington It also bridflft to the efforts being made in way of other improvement in Some notice has bees made in situa tion or another Fifty or any other kindred is this true I when we know the conference commit tees are holding one of their pleasant quiet 1 One action of that of increasing the number composing this committee to seven on each is Three men on each side after they have talked fourteen hours without stopping ate All the more so when the other fellows are stub born and Sevea ia they can now divide themselves into watches like they dp upon the briny deep and have everything in Will they reach a conclusion before this appears in print I came very nearly saying but will only can not they they and yet we think that everything points to an early settlement of this rather j monotonous strife and the beginning of our experience with a democratic gover1 By the way this deadlock is rather I hard on He has been kept out of and from the free and un disputed enjoyment of his title for some little time through no other reason or cause than the cussed stubbornness of that conglomerated amalgamated three in party called the This is bad but after all the efforts made to elect the voluntary con tributiona which the influence of some of Iowas gifted democratic sons was able to obtain from the foreign in a state interested antiprohibitory after assailing the republican did outstrip me in mothers prescription that of my rules of and I am consequently one of the people who have to flght another A MMadcht Chicago A midnight funeral is a queer Happy also is the mast whose family is with Then he can through off at night the heavy responsibilities of voting the same way all day and for a short time at least enjoy We have seen other We might make innumerable As we think of time gone by and remember our own expariences we also know how it is to be away from Hunting through the files of old and almost forgotten Tetters of other legislative yean ia hopes of finding therein some new idea at least to others which we might use we came across Ja letter personal in its which was sent by a former well known senator from southeastern Iowa to his we add it as expres sing as well as we could the thoughts of home which come to our legislators even at this time after an absence of four weeks from those who are dearer than the political glories and triumphs to be achieved here in Des Moines DBS ABOUT Saturday Pondering over books and In my lonely room so Thinking of tomorrowa I am doomed to make or Brooding oerpublio life and I am destined thus to live and Mining over lights and shadows Of a picture always Diving into depths of law and Finding one but not the Until at la I lay aside my books and It perhaps tome other Would not reset my weary And lo behold 1 a pleasant picture Presents itself to me administration for every act it ever com T milled and accusing those in power of I came to behove so fuUy in my I crime mwl ever heard ofatiu for ITS prescription lhat I made it one combining with the railroads lo stab us in the After all this and much more I have not the time to enum erate or you the patience to this good democratic party Jmakeomatters much worse by openly saying upon the floor of the through the instru mentality of their the sharp and Shortly before that dismal hour last Bun day night a long line of carriages trailed through the mud and mist of Madison The plateglass sides of the sable trimmed hearae flashed back the strug gling gleams of the electric lights and the dull rumble of the vehicle sent a shiver through the people who faced the fog and chill of the A dozen carriages followed the black transport of the Weeping women in mourning veils and relatives and friends of the with bowed were seen as the carriages passed beneath an electric The body had evidently arrived by a late train and the last ritesof the dead were formed in the darkness of being per the It was a sorrowful the the the the pall midnight a ray of place where they spent their paaaover while in the and the child simply thought the parents ware in earnest and The truth we are a little surprised if our children are aerionaly ininded in religious matters We are afraid they wffl be wawtunly But then ajraia if they go to so wing wild about tail tiaie of Ms it been iipon the other 4o desire to commend it to attention we wonder at it think to to the yfrliglOB Alll tD 1aM UOOCfl Of Jesus a boy dose aot It is a is that the yuuin Of of this most rare sad wonderful eccles iastical of northwestern I was impatient to reach the Secur ing the company of a bead of Manga oa their way with a drove of pack anlas from Santiago to ia the proviaos of I passed three days and two with my an wear Itmg the mountain who from the Moon aad itiU soldier but I did not catch the full import of the brutal celerity of Span ish military revenge until the closing a flippant recital to a passenger next him to the effect that the man had deserted from the forces at Moro castle some weeks after a tremendous flogging for some slight infraction of dis had got so far as the Jaruco mountains where he baffled pursuit for some time until finally run down by He will really not even need breakfast The consejo de gurrea courtmartial is already awaiting his arrival This deserter was but a He had a fair face almost even through the hunted look that had made him SB old man in terror and des perate during those few weeks in the His clothing was in and his bare scarred and showed His feet were partly bound with rags and bark and thongs of the ribbon He was bare his hair tangled and and in one place a sabercut was still open and But he sat there with his hands clinched and his face like a piece of marble begrimed with Through the windows of the ferry the and flags of a thousand ships upon the peaceful bay gleamed and glowed as we The SUB that lighted the whole earth with such splen dor kissed the mountain aad made old Moro castle even The deser ter looked at Moro as with an awful fas if beyond it aad what he knew was waiting for him the poor fellows eyes seemed strained to some point far his fran tic soul vaulted the hated to old may hap to his the to a Tfce Times Village parson entering country edi tors You promised to publish that sermon I sent you on but I do not find it in the latest issue of your Editor I sent it It surely went What was the name of it T Parson Feed my Editor after searching through the ca it Ton sea weve got a new and he put it under the head of Agricultural Notes as Hints on the Care of Do be Philadelphia If yon happen to be a visitor at a Mex ican quietly sitting on a do not be surprised if some bewitching senorita with raven hair and roguish eyes trips lightly up to where you are sitting and uncermoniously smashes an egg over your This curious action is merely to show her preference for you and an invitation for you to get up and dance with shrewd Holbrooke from Iowa that they were perfectly well satisfied with Governor infer that they didnt care ocrats will have no trouble to republicans can imagine if he Why this statement Surely Governor Boies has made no remarks or done any even before hu has been inaugu which causes these gentlemen to discover the virtue in a republican they have always told at least during the last dwelt only in the bosom of a Governor on some may differ with a major a very large of the repub but he is one nevertheless and we cant exactly see why Holbrooks should have discovered what a good governor Larrabee was just at this particular season of the Why didnt they discover that as we did two yean ago when he was a candidate for re They or at least some of believe it I do not think the gentleman from Iowa county meant to say anything but the truth or what he and his party honestly So much for republican gov Another tiling which would1 have a tendency to make us believe they meant all they said and were luke warm in their affection for the statesman from Waterloo the fact that this statement waa made several several days have past but no democratic haste to get Boies an upholstered chair in the state unless it be within the seclusion of a star chamber we dont evea hear them say anything about our friend Governorelect Horace Boies and we take this opportunity even perhaps too late of reminding he is still on earth and naturally willing In my tuna place With uplifted feet on nelithborlnf Promoted bp a At a strong but good I am In my my happy With the loved children playing To and bom room to With nur my dear wife near In a chair adjoining Of the senate of Des Regretting that I soon mnat leave For the icene of strife and me what all hai happened Since my lea ring last the Kindly speaking of the Hoping for the better dayi tatlaflod 71th this the Contented in my our quiet little o In his his childish To relieve me of the aahes And bring them to the stove near My my my Leaning on hla papas rhalr Asing him so many questions Aa to here and And Ia in a chair before Beading what I asked to Her thoughts though are To who an so far and yet 10 every word I plainly hear Until Sounds but faintly reach my ear Till at my senses fall And in sweet sleep my eyelids Suddenly I awake and looking round Find none near none of those Of whnm I dreamt so aweet and one Twau a nothing And again ore law and reason I must Pondering over books and Tn my lonely room so Thinking of tomorrows I am doomed to make or HAWKXXR in regard to private informs tion which we had given in regard to fto healthy symptoms and substantial iss provemento going on in the Orehanl aa Governor tarrabee Jsliahtat call These an all which the people of Dee aad not only Des but those we meet from all parts of the state do not let by There is no city in thai state better or more favorably known than and the people of the state seem to take a pride in all that takes place in looking to its growth and The efforts just now be ing are particularly call ing attention from all of the state and especially from the citizens of Des They reel what adds prosperity to one of the leading cities of the not only affects that but it is an unmistak able evidence of the growth and pros perity belonging to the whole common The methods adopted by Board of Trade and CommercialClub are attracting notice from many aourcm They are such as will bring large and the future will demonstrate the dom that proposed and put into execu tion the plan to advertise and bring to the notice of the capitalists in the east the advantages which the city of Bur lington can offer for the investment of capital in that cannot but yield handsomely upon the investments And the agitation and carrying along with these moves for the promo tion of the prosperity of the none promises better results than a wagon aad railroad bridge This is the one great thing that has long besat and now when it so near within the grasp of the dty the citizens cannot afford to entertaiB the thought for one moment that then is such a thing as Burlington cam not allow her energy in this direction to It is the great key to the situ ation which the people are nowplanniBg for the noble future of her We do not overstate it when we say thepeoplt all over tho state are watching anxiously to see if the great good sense of Burling tons business and her citizens gtB is not equal to the task before The bridge project must be car and the great entering wedge to the citys prosperity has been and when followed up with united the rest will come as a natural conse We have learned sinco we have ban here that the Burlington and Quincy railroad has secured the right of way through the whole city from the Cascades to West Bur This means And when we learn that Presi dent of this has pur chased the old Pierson betweem Burlington and its western an other fact flashes upon the Thta purchase is not necessary for the right of It is for another purpose mon Tf the Burlingttm and Quincy spend a million or two dol lars in improvements from east side of the river to West Burlington the city will eventually be built up between that city proper and West aad Parkins good which hat This ia what you ought to in you must have folly enjoy Thousands are searching for it and mourning because they find it not Thousand upon thousands of dollars are spent annually by our people in the hope that they may attain this And yet it may be had by We guarantee that Klectric if used according to directions and the use persisted will bring you good diges tion and oust the demon Dyspepsia and install instead We recommend Electric Bitters for dyspepsia and all dis eases of stomach and kidneys Sold at 50c and per bottle at Henrys drug to Windows Soothing Syrup should always be used for It soothes the cures allays all cure the best remedy for five cents a bottta childrea softens the wind colic and is Twenty Taw TUftmMt V The keel of what wffl be the largest sailing vessel in the world has just been laid in one of the shipyards of the She will be over 350 feet long and wQl carry OB her five masts a spread of canvas that would cap size Noahs he He came in with a breezy an in gratiating and a card in his out stretched Before he could get his breath after climbing the Fogg reached out his hand and embraced the outstretched ditto I said you are aa aoeat of the Suckemin Life Insurance Com Youd like to insure me for they should open those sealed communi cations addressed to the speaker of the house and give them a chance to tell ua his position on so many of the vital and prominent questions which are keeping the good people of Iowa awake now at All will remember that after we recovered from the astonishment of last November when questioned as to several important with reference to state government Boies told us that these matters would be fully treated of in his inaugural Now it is not fair to thus in the chance as a Scotch night at to their o nor ootpuleatwith and theAitsniea where the old Bosaan sad thatchadroof sad brave as he was hit whole fraaw breast heaved and rltarhsifl tHMd AD are entitled to the best that their money win so every family should at a bottle of the best fsmfly Syrup of Figs to cleanse them i Forsaleia 50c and bottles by afl leading drug Tour art ill John Faua Street ad please that isnt I natnd keep their chosen leader back Give him gentlemen for his ernor Lsrrabees white message has Gov been letter with last addnai street aad number omit then they know ssy and no a valuable state containing much useful in and BO doubt a great deal which we dont know anything about that these gentlemen would or might feel I mean our The governor could allow us to read this public document and become familiar with the and aware of there sources of nor how and perhaps a strict interpretation of the code us to wait until the private secretary may have the opportu nity of presenting it to the senate aad the of the twentythird general assembly with bit of blue ribbon and a piece cf got paper After this if them the rest of us common mor wfll have aa opportunity of seeing what the governor has to We dont comstmedss tafering Gov ernor is ia anywav to blame for or pwcsdent If he thoohl orantep th bounds aad go out of Your scheme is superior to any other in the and the premiums are so low that Ill never notice the out I like your scheme your face is prepossessing why shouldnt I take out a policy of or My oc cupation is less hazardous than that of the men who work in the powder maga zine I go over the Ricketty Rattle bang Railroad half a dozen times seldom have less than ten smashupa daily you sleep next door to a dynamite and I eat at a boardiag All my as far back as the landing of the have died of heart disease or consumption my cough has been on me ten yean thus and the doctors tell me that I havent half a lung and that my heart endowed with a fuH line of cardiac George hes gone And so he It was the first time on record than an insurance agent ever lost his and it is suspected that this unfortunate went out hanged him self out of sheer always been with him in his has pointed out to him what every OM will see in the near the city must extend in a westerly It came to us only a few weeks ago that a prominent Burlington and Quincy man had said that this road to the near future would spend and about She cannot af ford to dwarf the city and cramp ler energies she has mon iranches centering at Burlington at any other point on their mate and her main aside fnnss are located in the They cannot help eventually from again ing it the end of a and a important point on her line By contract with the city she ia bound make her principal shops within ha bor These facts are alluded to in ordsf j to to the people of Burlington H necessity of energy and promptness this work of booming the to late this great road to prompt i so as to keep pace with thei otents in store for the Oremi But they ought by all to gat bridge so that some other large compel line can be induced to coma into It is these large trunk i ing a city that adds to prosperity of such In more than a city can hardly to advance to the of a which can offer the inducements em capital that those can 1 have the advantages famished by competing Da not fail to the and with it a road help the city in the way of freights everything else pected to furnish a nnt class roadie I growing sod The bait salve the world for I salt chapped corns and all skin tively cures or no pay i is guaranteed to give perfect or money Pnee M war Htmijfm ihnsT I Gsvvsvsd art Tf0tF For the above occasion the Burttag Cedar Rapids and Horthera railway wffl sen round trip to Hew and return at very low Tickets wffl be oa sate from February 12 to 16 aad wfttbu good to return on or before March For time of traias Bad other call OB or i of the company or thej General Ticket sad Cedar The tired wife overbnrdeaed with she wearily sad wev wentiajfiayotti allow aw to carry Ikati Detroit Free Did yon notice my te politely said of Michigan Itistotheeffectthatttei me six pounds of forj ter had better settle atoace Ah Didyouasmyeir It is to the effect beat had better pay sMf two years or the plaeedinthehaadmofa Ohr ye who teach the i of our great let art of ssiTdefemstv i to bttfthe of other institn and Moro squarely in the his Una
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