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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - February 28, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                TUB ESTABLISHED FRIDAY HE IIUIBOUL CERCIOXIB AT BQ IOHBI of Dmoemtg Parade the Streets ant Make Rome Hewl ia Orthodox FashionLots of En thusiasm in Spite of the Wolner the story entirely untrc and had no Fey er alleged that a represents live of the syndicate aso denied th It is true the whuky trait received eome propositions but Mr Jscob declares that the present do not even remotely concern that English syndicates it is stated nave now the control of breweries in an the larger cities in the country and are commenc ing similar in mallei and The Peoxte transac tion if carried the amount of mone I to change hands estimated to be abon Despite the inclement special carrying of democrats ar rived from all this A procession from Missouri filed through the while the band vig orously played There was a great deal of disappointmenjtjelt by the crowd on account of space The hall of the house was provided with all possible and everyone was While the standing room was at a The visiting clubs were to the public Of on the northern side of the and their hearty cheers resounded through the house when any point was brought put especially The joy of the democrats at having a democratic gover nor was something It has been long since such a thing happened that they have cause to The inaueural ceremonies were carried out with great deal of enthusiasm among the Visitors had come from all over the state atd from other the most noteworthy being the J flarson one hundred aud fifty and the Cook two hundred and fifty The members of the two houses met in their respective chambers and soon went into joint convention for the inaug ural The inaugural procession formed at the Savory and proceeded to the The procession was led by a bndy of followed by a military and civil organizations and carriages in which road officials and their The hall of the where thu ceremony took wai Oa the right eide of the chamber were members of the their wives and while on the left the senators and their wives and in front were members of the Pioneer Liw Makers When the inaugural party arrived they took place in front of the members of the The applause wss deafening when Boies Prayer was offered by O Breondonk Lieutenant Governor Hall look the chair and the oath of office was administered to the governor and lieu tenant governorelect by Chief Justice of the supreme Governor Boies delivered his in augural address full text of which Will be found on tne second page J At the close of the address the joint convention The house was called to Order and In the senate Lieutenant Governor Poyneer was duly and his first act was to give out a list of the commit The chairmen of the main com mittees were Ways and Parrott Woolison Gatch suppression of Mc Coy Vale Price The democrats get the chainnenship of six and the republicans get A resolution wss adopted thanking Lieutenant Governor Hull for his fair ness and ability in presiding over the THE The reception given by Governor Boies this evening wae The evening wss fine and all the visiting as well as Des Moines peo turned out in force to pay their respects to the new democratic The affair passed off supreme judges and state offi cials and their wives were re oeived and then shortly after elgbt oclock started a stream of visitors which continued over two The decorations of the reception room were very The toilets of the ladies were quite Larrsbee wore a dress of imperial while Boies wore a cream colored The recep tion the most successful one held here for several Heevr Storm at heavy storm is raging here today and street oar treffic is greatly About ten inches of snow has fallen and the storm It is the first genuine storm that has occurred in this section for two M BB oa Aawrtctw ataaa tewtaree and Other is re liable information that there it to be a complete revision of the Probably the most important changes affecting the United States will be an increase of from fifty to seventyfive cents a barrel on wheat and the removal of duty on Indian corn imported into Canada from United The dutv on Ameri can manufactures and will be and increased on and and fresh A strong effort is being made to secure the abolition of the export duty on shipped to the United but far without any encouraging asrur from the Alt OVJEBKJEAlUNtt Vwa at the ntemaaer BateTKleee Offleen Uaaer Afreet KKW 27 board the Enterprise which arrived here this morning are two of her who were brought home under arrest to tried by They were Chief Engineer Entwiatle and Ensign The chief engineer is accused of Impu dence to tbe commander and the ensign accused of sleeping at his pest fieri is a very strict and it is said among the naval officials he overbear ing tyrannical and on very provocation his anger However this may a fact that disorder and discontent has been on the last the crew deserted at various Cragier number of other of fair arrived hosne this Tha 1i procession tothediy At the city kail an Informal held widen anoh Uattad of Bobert American who it thought was dying last An abscess from which he had bsen suffering was lancet by during the night and mud relief was afforded At four oclock this afternoon the doc announced that the only chance Lincoln for his life Jn another The which wil be cf a desperate will be per formed in s short Minister Lincoln itatcd this afternoon that the doctors Bay his ion surprised al around him by not only surviving the but by having sufficient strength this morning to permit a tapping opera tion being performed which greatly re lieved the heart and lungs from It was pronounced that the because of the patients feeble would be bat it is not after noon another operation was performed and a drain inverted in tbe affected and the matter is now flawing freelj from it Though still in great tbe physicians and parents are not with out hope of his DDKS Or duke of Seville has been pardoned by the He was condemned to banishment in 1886 for speaking of her majesty in ininlting language became she had refused him audience He was an adherent to ex Queen DOM FKDBO ISTXBVIXWKTX NEW editor of the Nation of Buenos has irritten a letter to the Brazilian minister to Riving of an interview with Dom The exemperor said the republic had done him great He they would be able to govern the country because the Brazilians were patriotic He would continue to serve them in Europe as he had done in In cate of future and call from the people to return to the throne he would He would do anything to cause strife among the cf ten days ago diphtheria appeared in five families The city authorities quar antined the infected the public schools closed and all public gatherings were As a result the disease has been confined to the families first af and no new cases have been re ported among them for nearly a Five deaths have all children under ten yean of Wil liams eightyearold Samuel Scotts William Pattersons daugh and two of Howells A KKW Malarial fever did deadly work among the crew of the schooner of 8t New oj the voyage from Barce lona to this which terminated She left Barcelona thirty ago with Captain Foote and a crew of five When she arrived this morn ing only her captain and one of the crew were left to navigate WMiiktaM MM NEW The admission to probate of the will of the late John Jacob Astor yesterday makes William Waldorf Astor the wealthiest man in if not in the His estate is valued at about Alfred Car the eightyearold son of a farmer living near here died today from hydro The dog from which he con tracted the disease did not bite him but only licked his Beverly chaped All are entitled to the belt that their money will so every family should at a bottle of the best family Syrup of to cleanse the sys tem when costive or For tale in 50c and by all leading drug NEW The body of Robert a merchant of this was found morning In the cellar of his house with a bullet hole through his He was evidently murdered and then Tka NBW Young won a brilliant game in the billiard tourna ment this afternoon from He made a Rood lead scoring 105 Score Heiser WlUta George chief of the bureau of and died at residence in city morning from an attack of OBrien was hanged about noon today for the murder of wife oa March Heavy raini continue to prevail in The Canadian government agreed to reduce the duty on lime from twenty to ten cents a One thousand three hundred and forty six immigrants were landed at Castle Garden AU hope of tbe safety of the schooner IA which left January for Porto been The mafl storage car on a westbound fast mail burned yesterday morning at Bice The car and con tents were a total John a veteran of who dtodin Hie home at Hew was one hun dred and six Albert Bolaa of Al bert who wsa aecretaqr of the diedin New aged At Wadnea a bar into n heat SENATOBOOp HOW DO THE UlCiUt BPHBB SET An Inreetigatton M to the by Whiek Kenerte of Exeentive of tke Scute An TheBolphin vastigating committee today continued inquiry into the method by which the of the executive be came Several newspaper men testified that they had written of the of certain executive but when asked to give their aonrcea of information declined to do ao upon the ground that it would be a gross betrayal of One of them stated that in all his experience he had never known of an instance where the proceeding in the executive MMion had been divulged by the of the senate or where newspaper men asked an em ploye for each Under the new rale which went into effect today when the senate went into executive the press lobby in which were the capital officer of the Associated Press aad United well as all the on the gallery floor were and a strict watch kept over them until the senate were opened This dis arranged all press business on the senate aide for come Tha door were alao required to move their chairs and their persons farther away from the holy of What the sen ate to accomplish by change is not generally are not dull of Bat it WM never charged that thev could hear through four feat of solid wall or two heavy TttM Wew Kaciaaa Meaahere TksmKed far were presented and referred to the com mittee on the worlds fair from the con vention of granite dealers held at declaring it to be the sense of the con vention that the city of New Tork affords advantages and facilities for the air of 1892 possessed by no other city n the and extending the of the convention to the New England who had voted for locating it The senate then proceeded to the con sideration of the bill to declare unlawful and in restraint of trsde and who reported the bill rom the committee on said he isd been instructed by the committee to move to strike ont the third which the penalties for the offense of entering into trusts or George opposed the bath on ground of inefficiency and on the ground that congress had not the coa ititntional power to enact His argu were mainly of a legal and techni cal designed to prove it would be impossible ever to get conviction un der the and as to the civil pro vided for he laid few of inch events would ever be instituted and not one would be Reagan gave notice of an amend ment which he Intended to offer to the fill being the bill offered by him Decem wlait The bill went over without action and after an executive session the senate XJUJ by a Vela ef 162 to Feb The home con ested election case Atkinson Pen dleton was called up and the floor was awarded the A vote was then taken on the minority res ilution declaring Pendleton entitled to he scat and it was defeated by a strict party The vote then recurred on the major ty resolution eating The lemocrats refrained from their object being to have the contestant by leal than a that the question of he right of the speaker to count a quorum may be taken before the The vote the speaker counting a quo O of raised the point f no but the ignored dm and the newly elected member ap wared at the bar of the house and took the oath of office amid applause on the republican from the committee on reported a resolution making a special order for March 4th and 5th for reported from the committee on public and The house then in a cony mittee of the to the consideration of the urgent deficiency and after ome adjourned without THB BOCK It to Proc tor today transmitted to the house an answer to the resolution of that calling for a report OB the preaent eondi ion of the government at tfock and the views of the secretary as to the economy and destrebil ty of utilizing works a gun fac tory for finishing and assembling heavy Incorporated in the aaawer to the resolution are reports by Colonel commanding the who established the pro ect and General Bennet who was of the opinion that the dktaace of Bock Island the present of sup ply of forgingi from the proving ground at which the guns can be proved before and front the sea where the guns must be rendered loca tion unfavorable to the establishment of a gun Secretary Proctor The latter traantlttal without ap roving or disapproving the plans sub In my view the Arsenal at Watervliet should be tot completed ac cording to the original and the ap propriation made for mounting already authorised the law than wffl be needed for vdUjwobahla Jt w3l be desirable tomaaufactore aome of thasa aTRock slaad arsamak and u ley wffl be made for heavy no that notne of these can be snblad at Rock bland That k an fflawt iMnlta with good buadinga aad I am a favor tfestab nutmlsl that wffl ttk isxpossOseainrto decide what wffl be reqnlred aad what work thereto the heat and I it the part tocoaaneiBS the work in at the eighth vice Dnid J Alban minoto Hathaa Farmer Nebmaka Albert TBK trsnoK PACIFIC of today ap peared before the hoosa committee on Pacific to orge favorable action onhwbniprovidiBgthat forctosnn pro be instituted afainat the Union Pacific and have the raiboed placed in the of n jiiiaismanl receiver Anderson sad that the whole and especially deeply inter ested in the as thateeetioa had for yean anffeted from the excessive freight rates and raflroad to bleed the He said that the of Kansas received bat thirteen per bushel for corn which after sold in New Tork for fifty He attributed the existence of the prev ent stati of affairs to the machinations of Jay whom he characterized as the brightest man this country had ever A 6OVKKNVBBT lu the house today Bockalew intro duced a joint resolution authorising the president to came a recoanoaiuice to be msde for a line of railroad extending south through the Central American Ferae and to the city or and to de tail in the public Mrvice to pros ecute the A BOKXAU Or AHntAL Senator Paddock todav introduced a a bureau of animal to prevent the importa tion of diseased cattle and provide for the suppression and exterpolatioa cf pleoro pneumonia and other contagious among domestic The bill intended as a substitute for various measures on the same TO PAT TJTOIAX DKPBKDATIOlf CLAIMS Senator of South to day introduced a bill to appropriate to enable the secretary of the treasury to pay ap proved and reported to congress by the secretary of the interior under the Indian depredation act of ISBXOCLAB COUBT The house committee on judiciary has become convinced that irregular prac tices prevail to a considerable extent in the circuit of the and particularly in the southern At torney General Miller addressed the com mittee on the and a result Oates was instructed morning by the committee to report a resolution pro viding for an investigation of the AH IOWA Attorney General Miller has appointed Dewitt Cram assistant United attorney for the district of XXOOVRRHOB TTARMODTH By what is understood to be practically a unanimous the senate committee on commerce today ordered a favorable report on the nomination of exGovernor Warmouth to be collector of at New Chief justice of the supreme court of New James of Minne sota United district judge for North Alfred Tremas mar E of North Dakota register of land at Nebricka of public at Nebras ka at Sidney Kebraiku B at South Da kota appraiser of R at Chicago luperviion of the for for the third district for for the third district for the fourth COKQKKaalONAL A bill was introduced in the house to day to amend the worlds fair bill so as to require at least two of the board to be Representative Pickler reported favor ably to the house the Dorsey bill to create two additional land in Representative Wad from the com mittee on today reported to the house favorably the Gest bill requirine the United States workmen and employed since June to be paid on a bssis of eight for each MUXJM TH Drag Market the Bees CUM One spring about a mile outride of a hive of bees belong ing to Coll Clark went on a a matter which should happen to every well regulated hive about oo6e in Just at that time Uncle Beoben an old colored was com ing into town with his mole and a jag of The road was pretty heavy and the mole very and to keep the flies off the beast Uncle Reuben had stock several branches into the Coming along toward the Clark place the old man wag saying yo goodfarscat yo lift dem hoofs an walk along or youll har from met If yo haint de dog condest onery beast dis boll state den HI leave de church Id sen yo fur two dollars one leetle pas atunr About this time the bees got a move on them from the and by accident or design the queen settled down on one of the waring over Uncle Reu bens The rest followed and in two minutes the animal was She had come to a bait at her own ac and the old man sat with hia mouth open and gazed in astonishment Not for Some of the bees skirmishing around on the outside con cluded to feel of the old mole and see what she was made and as aboot fifty stingers entered her feelings at once she reared uttered a terrific snort and started off at break neck Uncle Jerry was dumped into the road at the first and as he acrambled npnml saw the mole on a dead with the of wood flying and the shedding spokes at every he raised hands and ehooted I takes it all Julius I said back dar dat Td sell yo fur bnt mewls has suddenly rit Go an make a record De priceon yo right now is an fo thousand an 111 add 10 per ebery minotetiUvo neater sisitr JU A I have another extravagantboy What did yoa dowith the one I josfcgave yon to a poor old woman with only one was a good you can have another Johnny next I have a peony to give to that poor old woman today you can have What do yon want to give it to her for a stick of A Texas having charged that the father of a rival editor ted beesi in the notified thathe ntnct or He We we went test nut A Pante in LwbT01emports CtactaaatiH nvy Win4 Stomw in tke SoothA Ueneral naenad the flood One of the elevated road on the city front aas been cut A wan was started tonight and a number of families in the inbmerged in 1883 moved oat Bat then little fear of inch a deluge The river still rising at the rate of an inch an hour who just returned from MTddleborongh and intermediate the Cumberland higher thu it ever hu been aad the runaway have created great There hatv bean where great and immense bodies of earth tumbled and in big of country are At Dillon below nothing but the top of the extensive mill then to be seen above the and at Livingston the Rock Castle encroached upon the town disastrous At Hiddleborough the electric light plant been rendered The are submerge and the canal was out of sight The floods have crippled the to a considerable extent News from the mountatn section is that landslides and washouts are numer The of that region have been practically discontinued and the tele graph wires are down in many 6K4TX reported to be central about at writ eleven oclock censing grave apprehen If the precepation in the next twentyfour hours should be as great in the Ohio valley as it has been at Memphis and from the storm approching from that it will doubtless cftuse a great AW uausuAL unnraal rain fall over the entire water shed of the Mtuisiippi and Ohio rivers and their tributaries since Saturday last psrtends evil to the low lands protected by the in the Ytzo delta and Tensas basinMajor engineer for the lower Mississippi levee anticipates that levees in Arkansas will give away and relieve the pressure on the Mississippi The out look in the section through which the White and Arkansas riven pass is not encour Both streams are rising fast and people living along tbe banks have taken advantage of the notices by the signal service and moved their stock to pieces of ON THS Jelly and Jars of fruit AtancxpevJaMM to test their popolar she nudea doxtn cans of brandied spiced awl staffed xetchnp and Sheiparedno attended personally to the market procured trait as fresh as possible baton lost the taste of the and made everything with ex She pntherjeniniia and even lettered the Her energy end courage brought a that warrants her enlarging the THE labs The Ohio Blver Still he stach eleven oclock this morning the river had retched a little over fifty four feet and was still Unices there should be phenomenally rainy weather within the next four it is not thought the flood will reach the height to which it rose in 1883 atfd The present stage drives ont of their many families in the tow of Newport and other along the The river still riling at the rate of an inch and a half an The iron works and saw of Ken have stopped because of high water and are likely to follow soon in Covington and in this Railroad communication hourly growing more and more uncertain to the exposed and it possible that cannot get into the central pauen ger itation by night after daybreak dawned a toady rain set in which continued the entire At nine oclock tonight the rain itiH con to fall though not very If the rain is severe in section U will probably erase a butif it con tinues at the rate which it now falling even throughout the entire Ohio valley it will hardly do more than remain at its present stage or a little higher for a few gus The Baltimore and Southweetern and Bee Line have tracks covered to the depth of nearly four feet of BUZZ Heavy Saewsi mmm Chilly Weathsr at Varloasi KAHBAS Kansas stateablii prevailed The rate and the about KAIXSTORK and rain itorm from Missouri zard from throughout wind blew at a tbermometet fell HKAVT WOTD Mia afternoon a heavy this amount of wrecked and fani leveled in many places falling and the uurrmuDx CAI occurred at Qi Chesapeake and covering the track A freight train nobody wen id wen A heavy rain is an it on the morning hundred bnt TBB OU pros Moses and Bobett ar Walnut Orove dam state that Friday Ue rapariatendent eseingtkatthe tent a mtassmer to the lower dun to no tify them of the bnt he stepped atasaloonontheroadandbeeomUeia toxieatad failed to deliver the The neat morning another man bnt owing to the fury of the storm overtaken and drowned by the flood athenearedthe lower Sheriff OHeffl ntuzned to Phoenix from the scene of the Walnut i attu with an additioaal list of which wffl probably reach aixrytfe Very noteworthy in matter and man ner are the advertfcdng pages of the weekly aad toonthly papers and magn The Queen and Myras Journal containmany pages of announcements of drapers and dealen in dress fabrics well set forth very tastefully as to and often very strikingly illus In none of our American period except perhaps The Century aad Harpers is the high plane of this work and the English editions of these magazines are superior in their advertising departments to the both in quality and The last Christmas Harper was a prodigy In bulk and being swollen to treble size by the favors of English Interleaving is a favorite How much of this is done by the publishers themselves I do not but circulars and hand billa in all cAors and often quaint typography flutter from the leaves of every and sam ples of polishing powder and what not are put up in pretty envelopes and lie not only in mcothlies and but at the meet pathetic point of your shilling novel The same fraud which all well inform ed men know permeates the trotting turf at the present time then ran riot among tbe So open did the scandal become that upon one famous day more than half a century all tbe gentle men turfites in America announced their withdrawal from all participation in this and immediately sold their stables to the highest bidders and at figures so low that the term highest is really the depth of Kettot The stories about Frenchmen eating snails are believed by many people to have no foundation in but to be only a phase of the exaggeration in which Yankees are apt to in de scribing the queer things that are to be found on Parisian dining Never theless it is a fact that nearly pounds of snails are sold daily in the Paris markets to be eaten by dwellers in They are carefully reared for tbe purpose in extensive snail gardens in the provinces aud fed on aromatic herbs to make their flavor One snailery in Dijon issaid to bring in to its proprietor francs Many Swiss can tons also contain large snail gardens where they are grown with much They are not only regarded as e great are reckoned as very nu Hygienists say tuer contain 17 per of nitrogenous and that they are equal tooysters nutritive Snails are also extensively used as an article of food in Italy aad Egypt and the conn tries on the Afrlean side of the Mediter the habit of eating snails as food has existed in various of Europe for many The Human Few people realize what a wonderfully delicate structure the human ear really That which we ordinarily designate so after only the mere outer porch ef a series of winding like the lobbies of a great lead from the world without to the world Certain of these passages are full of and their membranes are stretched like parchment curtains across the cor ridor at different and can be thrown into vibration or made to trem ble like the head of a drum or tbe sur face of a tambourine does when struck with a stick or with the Be tween two of these parchment like cur tains a chain of very small bones which serves to tighten or relax these membranes and to communicate vibra tions to In tbe innermost place of all a row of white called stretch like the strings of a piano from the last point to which the trem blings or thrillings reach and pass inward to the A wonderful piece of mechanism Louis Pvlata About ringer A white mark on the nail bespeaks Pale or lead colored nails indicate melancholy Broad nails indicate a timid and bashful Lovers of knowledge and liberal senti ment have round People with narrow nails are ambi tious and Small nails indicate littleness of and martial delighting ia have red and spotted Nafls growing into the flesh at the points and sides indicate luxurious People with very pale nails are subject to much infirmity of the flesh and per secution by neighbors and Medical hat waa as at tat Itis to movftnte vejt fha ajsjttnt of tlMdaamaca dosw by ttt wUdi Ic happened at a ball in A fashionable young was very was speaking to a female friend aboot a ricfa yoong gentleman who was also at the anjl considered quite a is socli intelligent and itig Totmg promised to the first dance witi and he kept his promise like a remarked hondy young responded her I heard him that itwas one of wheat Jie bad anything to go si it soon as and be done with two yoong ladies have not beesi aim ioTatm estt Iha he ought to Whyt T FOK FUST OUIDECIL HDMIS OF IOWA Held at the lewa Wesleyan University at Splendid DbBby of Eloquence to the 37 win long be remembered in Pleasant as eventful in the history of the Iowa Wcs tiaa Each incoming train brought its from the various institutions of learning through out the state until tonight on the eve of the contest the city is crowded with It interesting each year to see the representatives of the different institutions of learning at the seat of contest to hear the power of lan guage in one of the most craical trials that can be Each speaker is inspired with the hope of victory which is stimulated by his fallow until the final de cision of the judges is We think we are safe in saying that the standard of the orations this year were la the A number of fine orations were ruled out by the among which was the oration of Charles of This production was an excellent one but the judges decided that it fell below eighth place hence it was not Coe college of Cedar Rapids was ruled out on the ground that the oration had exceeded the limit of the State Otatoricsl association rules and college t was admitted in its The judges on thought and compostion previously selected were Hon George Sioux Ciiy Spencer Council Bluffs Ayr and on delivery were Prof L Nevada Charles Beards Burlington A Xt Pleasant Simpson college of Indianola was se lected as the place for the next state contest Excellent music was fnrnisned by the College Clara Me Hans Albert and M of The decision of the judges gave the first to Milford H of the stale university second place to I of Iowa and the third to of Des Moiaeg The decision seemed to give entire satis faction and was greeted with shouts of applause The following is the text of the winning oration INDIVIDUALISM IS XVford Lyon Tbedavelopment of sccieiy is directly de pendent upon tbe advancement of Its IndlYld members Slowly hag the world accepted tbla vital Slowly Indeed baa society learned the leant of Iti own that but the to build Under the anotent tneorr of OTemment the Intenats of the many were Mcriflotd to the Interest ol the few individual welfare WM subordinate to national grtatneaa the itmte tbe man Greet paradox of sjjtato aava Us Ufe t forth alt ibeaifuiio wtutorsMnnn cf tot bwraio the nwptntlon of tbe itotnbjsMoB of htnwclf dbt the Hour are but cymbals at o when the many to the Howard and soebiaiwt ittekmlsh the memoir of tie poor who left home and frtende awt life to atdtntt the while maiqpft i sained peztr snmai te boned in The bitterest enemy to the expraestastot savl he departs mtkepathof i llched jet it to this veir dMnvatC of Is Diuiutt of oertonat that the when tne Tent of opinion to flowiog panUeJb with inner coofonntty is foj own power added ihe force of Bus when a hUhearf felt coavlctlona and heeag the tenement the bit individuality within and he Meomne ilfeles block anon tkei A great man cannot lowed irtih the a tme In the lifeiof Indivldnat whe conteienoa him ilin inajniilj In are tba timea that try maqcaooav i comae can float upon the and manhood are required to eeo thetde suffer calumny and yet thla Is oiouteoordof all refotmore whom the worla The hands tttt sow are not tk n8 The present plant with tntt taart the future vleann the Bjf their owii greatat bnnefaotoie ate the new their ashes are and the holiest relics of thepast well tnat olety la oonstlutcd as It the diwflnter orinciptei that will stand oructal tpscot orlt olain theam not worthy to exiac Great soulare npd by adversity The Taglns atomy but theflbrea of ihe oak aloro of the expression of personal oouvotlona iv la Men of thought and action are In men of 9rmwtil and purpose ibot having daro maintain Tnen let it strike home to evory That only by to can ihe individual attatn unto the full metuiure of Lecio ciaty naa to n of indtvldualUmrai mission to be effected only by the law of am my brothers keeper mut betheuinW vereal aentlmeni of If the world lutobo lifted out of its vice and voice of poverty will be heard in the or the when tbe appeals of the dwilMn will awaken response in mote than an oacaslunal when the strength or tbe strong will ue used always for the as never for the opprossion of then will Individualism attain most perfect and the crowning froita of the new olvtuiation become a firm lesllij OUT ulumlnai e the age but the masses were kept la individual devel opment was social progress was lim ited and tne old civilization was Hemmed to That the state is made for not man for the Is the basis of modern so cial The welfare of the Individ ual must of teu be subjected to the weal of so ciety but only that in the more perfect social condition thus attained the bounds of individ ualism be Lexington and Get tisburg proclaim the gratd sacrifice of the citizen for the hut only that the price less heritage of liberty might be transmitted to It la on the recognition nf the value of Indl viduelsm that tae new civilization can base Its claim 10 When it dawned upon the oorld that it should not strive to make all men of one but should allow for the faculties of each to unfold that by d verslty of ot by similarity society then began the twe of Its are already appar ent degradation has given way 10 develop empires have become the divine right of kings has yielded to the divine rights cf Under the old regime the current of thought flowed In common fleie aed there luxuriant vegetation lintd its but a vast desert extended far away on either Under the new Impelled by the mighty power cf the current of thonfrht Is flowing in tea thousand transforming the crldwutes to fertile beauteous with flowers and rich with golden To such a nu bound aries can be as the uni verse are its We look hack across the centuries and vainly strive to dis cern the first beginning of mttna evolution future nges in turn will behold In us and our boasted culture bnt the crude and imperfect attainments of their semibarbarous ances looial progress Is proportionate to the growth cf individual so the growth of character Itself is proport onate to the cul tivation of two chief elements personal the likeness the d fference between Tbrouirheu tali human life n a strain of Feelings and common to all mankind inepire every hart and nuke the wnele world These univer sal qualities form the nucleus or individual character and constitute Us inner u the veil of mist en cireld the GrtcUn are tbe peculiar characteristics of tbe the qualities you you are as distinct from any Were it not for this Individ ualltyot being all lire have been cen tered in a single a bond of mutual sympathy between man and minted oakes society Individu ality produces differentiation in their charac ters and makes society Personality mens attention to the same object In from different The of personality lnrrcace tne com mon feeling among and strengthens the social ties the cultivation of individuality ont up new of thought sod widens society In the proper development of the Individual is Included the cultivation of then quali It Is within the seclnslon of 1U own individuality that the snol ratine to learn those lessons from Itself which association cannot Rereajurelio mesiengers whisper truthunknown and the soul emerges from it secret dwelling to give the world the riches of inner the riches of It la not as a store house of knowledge that the mind of man at tains Its irea test not as a factory here the old merely changed in but i a fertile sou wherein Implanted the thought and experience of Ont of the dceompcsttion and assimilation of thn nourished by original there springe Into existence new thoughts and greater and grander than the Here is true a progression only 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gentlemen fin the straight out republican convention at We also learn that Mr the editor of the Dubnque was re fused admissing to the performance after having been invited We give these only to keep history fuss is msde about scraightonf re We Brother Fairalt would tell uswhat he by a There a good deal of controversy of late on this Our friends paper slandered the Gazette all last summer and fall about beiog a mug because we took exception to befog done in the Be it on his the who at edits the and brother when called bach it was hia brother the And jet the Iowa City Kepublican now in while taking the same position exactly held the Gazette for some that of leaving prohibition where it can be enforced and having local op tion and high license for the cities where public sentiment largely against pro declares that the movement made by only straigutout republi the darkey preacher down south Gazette is a stralghtout But if there were only five straightouts in the great convention at Des then whatr Because Who can tell Are the straightouts so scarce as Hat it come to that there are three of mugwump and pro Have the dwindled down to a mere or what the trouble Why the editor of the Iowa City Republican a better republican than the editor of the Ga zette T What right has he to declare the Gazette a any more than we should call the Republican a What is Sam tbe man who fed the rising generations Iowa for a third of a century on re publicanism with a using heroic measures ia cues of to get the medicine down Is straightout or prohif is the State Register What U Sioux City Journal What is the Coun cil Bluffa Nonpaeil Suppose those should meet in convention and be the committee oa would their platform of local option for larger be straightout or We write thus to call atten tion to tne for greater charity in republican IOWA Of BROCK TBOV A Des Iowa George white walking over the railroad bridge on the Oieeola lost balance and felt to the water He struck OB the breaking a leg and 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