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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - November 2, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                Sfie KEVIVAl industry long prepared by trade paper some of the now ntsand rf iia la jotter textile manufac Sfvery short time b L been iflle for a long speak for flnghtly and justly 1n encouraging re JUl workings of the m the near future of Penn a woolen miil re v the has resumed opera of several months woolen mills until 9 making and readymade wd that additonal spin ill soon be added to the New Mill i mills at Mas now running full schas been made iu op woolen mills are Self capacity from a fourset nery and an electric e put into the Swcet oocn doubling are running full time and are put s and boring et Rhode ning nichts and employ The mills will bo m night and day all uour Woolen Jiave lately heen running till fa Wng crowded with orders and stocking il Woolen Company at Staf which has Je started up with addi running full time on Jn nulls Wiscon nnirunning extra Lately rs o labor from 5 to 9 a fine line of cassi Ilivcrslde Woolen Terre lately are pre lio rebuild and resume operations This was formerly the Ellis biota Mills at Phila tieceiitly destroyed in party by be ten purchased by Kelly L Tho are having the buildings re Iwatren Woolen Stafford is now Eg eight sets of three looms on full day ghtjirtth plenty of work on wors and re iw looms are to be added to te already iu at Laphams Wool mak loal number Biiena Vista West Vir enegoUatingor a large woolen Ibe located which wiil cover fcsolgroandaud give employment itanted The machinery is the mill will start soon mak fHarris Woolen at that has been idle for a has started up The out allwool the idlor trlich is now more active Eclipse Woolen have lately increased their Eleven sets of 00inch cards jean looms now running to iost DodgeDims company is making it additions to its woolen mills Sew One build wo storte and are der iGranlte Woolen Mills at that have been staiid to some will soou be re land made ready for ins purchased tle has rented the Elm former ibyKichard mi helng built by the tias just awarded the contract for seven boilers for Its new mill at tho south end of the Tho worsted company will also make exten sive Improvements within the next two Thirty dwelling houses are to be erected before snow If The company recently ordered two hun dred additional plush looms at a cost of nearly CAHPKT A carpet mill is to be erected at Rock South The Mount New carpet mills have been sold to Dunlap will take possession the 1st of and will proceed at once to erect additional buildings in order to give the necessary working They will employ from 300 to 500 hands in the manufacture of Brussels art squares and KX1TTIXG ASD HOSIERY A knitting mill enterprise is in pros pect at North It is proposed to start a knitting goods factory at A mill for knitting woolen is to be erected at or near Massachu A large hosiery mill is to be erected at near Jenkingtowui Pennsyl Negotiations are pending with the view of erecting a hosiery mill at Pulaski Tho Aetno llSitticg company has been organized at to erect and operate a knitting factory The HoosicFalls Kinitting Mill pany HTC to erect a largu and commod ious mill on the site of tho present The knitting mills at Now which were shut down for a short have again resumed Smith new factory at will be ready for occupancy in a few It is two and onehalf stories James has loased the old grist mill on Springer and has started the manufacture of Richardson of 13 Fourth Pennsyl arc about to start a knitting mill for the manufacture of cotton ribbed The knitting mill formerly occupied by in New has been sold to John of and will soon be started up late superintendent of the Banger Manufacturing has purchased the machinery of that and he will start a new mill at The Providence Hosiery Ap is about completed and will be filled with machinery for making seamless goods and underwear of the finest This is a new depart LIXEX A new linen mill will be started at known as the Min neapolis Linen XEW LACE The thriving city of soon have a new lace factory as a re sult of tbe McKinlcy SILK The Katanah Silk with a capital of will erect a silk mill at The Atwood Machine of is rompletinp plans for a large silk A certificate of the incorporation of the Augusta Silk has been The capital stock is The board of trade are making efforts to induce a silk manu facturing company to locate Over of the necessary have been pledged and a site for the building The Hartfort Silk Tariff which cost formerly made dress goods and The machinery of the plant has been sold and offers have been made for the with the view of reorganiza tion by a new STOMG THE The Business Offices Killing Off Able Merchants all Over the Culled StatmKe foliiiK liio Silly cry ofrHIglicr Jrlces on Account of the llc Kinley BUI The Deadly TIIE HAWKEYE probably has tho largest exchange list outside of the state of any paper published in Tho leading journals of the United States are to bo found upon its Wo invite our democratic friends to call and ex amine the dally and weekly both democratic and re ceived from all parts of the union and see if they can find any evidence of that great advance in prices asserted In the democratic editorial columns and re futed In the advertising columns of the same Tho predicted advance has aot It is the height of folly to that all tho merchants allr er tho union are and silenced by the republican That is puerile and childish tet us con fine ourselves to tho democratic Calamity in the shape of rising prices heralded in the editorial while the advertisements tell of good bargains and prices as low or lower than those which have prevailed in the past Hero are a few all taken from dem ocratic papers From TJic Democratic October 2 J XEWS The McKinlcy hitrh tarllt hill advances the that in truth Is very simploJshe first pro tects her trade and then when she with her immense has her in dustries satisfactorily she will take the trade of the will be a free inasmuch that will have power to control the trade thatiis tho There lies the If Europe Isnt entirely deranged she must govern herself It is high So says the above remarks the That the UnitedStates will prohibit the European imports is ex but in truth the foregoing article contains much and for we Americans uiuh to Then when our rivals in trade are dissatisfied with our tariff it is the best oroot that wo have very good grounds to re NEW Reminiscent and Life of Illahup Complete In One Volume Alileiin Cyclopedia for tlie and Other F of AIFE or BISHOP SIATTIIEW Suirsov fcoF THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL Cnnitcti Jby George New York Harper Franklin i The appearance of this volume will be hailed with genuine pleasureby many thousands of people in this and in other lands across the seas who have known ISishop Simpson and enjoyed the match less eloquence To have even heard him once was to re member him have heard htm often was surely a privilege that few could We write of him in tho general of the great pub whose acquaintance with the man was mainly as his when oppor tunity Such occasions came all too seldom for us oftho v west and the few bfthopin thissection are treasured mem ories Ho was truly among guished Sir Moses MonteOore learned to value In his earlier years when the gen tle mother whom he loved so well quoted it for his guidance andf Sir Moses is himself hero of the tale which reminds Egglestons Hoosier Schoolboy In Like that excellent work It teaches the beauty of true manliness and the wis dom of a noble Tho name of Sir Moses Montefiore who accomplished so much for the good of his people is revered the world over and this little simply but strongly will convey the moral of his life with good effect to old and young In Iaper PAPERS OFTHE AMERICAN HlSTOKICAL AS New York and Putnams We have before us the first two quar terly issues of the year of this fine his torical the first containing the report of tho associations secretary and that of Its a list of the mem and excellent papers on the Recent Historical Work In the Colleges and Universities oE Europe and Amer by Charles Kendall Adams and A Catechism of the Revolutionary Reaction by the associations expresi Andrew In the second Brown assistant secretary of the Smithsonian He Believes the Republicans v Next Standing at Muhone nod the Race The Great ConHtltutlonal Correspondence of Tho months ago the only hopeful man of any prom inence in the republican was of Of course there were others who talked hopefully for but that is always to be ev pected of politicians of 15ut in private conversation with nearly ail republicans gave up the ghost conceded the democrats and anticipated nothing but party duty on all the cheap er grades of clothing tbut must ot necceslty be purchased and worn by tbc poorer ADVERTISING It is a fraud of tbc llrst water to try and create tliu Impression that our American manufactured which comprise nlne teutbsof the articles of cverylay use and sale and these all of the most excellent qualities of their va rious kluds Ebould or will be advanced in fricc to consumers t is the sheerest non On the other 1 confidently look to sec many ar not only in dry but in other lower in the near future than Now the plain facts are that never before have we been selling so many goods as atsucb uniformly low prices and such good miaIJtics us this very itli From the If somo of those ohllfrinyr foreigners would come in now and pay the advance on coods affected by the tarill how ver jrrateful we BUO Couricr r very mid all The rise is not natu but and was caused by the Mc Kinley bill lust passed to enable trusts to col lect higher tribute from the American Our carpet depart ment contains a line of the newest color ings and designs in Wilton llody and Tapestry Urusscls Carpets and ingrains at old Notwithstanding the recent heavy ad vances on many lines of caus ed by the we have not changed our Articles named are plush jack Paris for clgn dress por all for eign From the Observer Notwithstanding What hardworking citizen can help fil ing the bittterest in dijrnation when he re flects that this added the tariff question which Is now agitat ing tnc people of this country we continue burden has been im posed upon him by re publican enacted for thebenc llt of the But the day of recouingis nip idly drawing From the Globe to sell our goods at old hosiery and under A pronounced rise of prices all along the We agree to sell any article in our stock Helped by tlio Tarlir Xonantnum Worsted located in the village of iu is so greatly bene fited by the provisions of the McKmlej Tariff bill that a new brick building will bo constructed at once and as rapidly as The output of the company will be The concern now employes between 750 and SOO and those iu a posi tion to know state that new hands are being that additional looms have been started up every week since the passage of the McKinloy tariff and then as soon as the new building can be completed the number of hands will be increased to fully if not to To lloom Hie Ilnsh Imloatry at Get company has been organized in Trenton for the manu facture of an industry that has made little progress here owing to the competition offered by theioreign manu It is the intention of the pro motors to manufacture the different varieties of and cotton and also make dress goods UnediBcouragis and the tendency must be toward less liberal 1 From the Clothing at less than last seasons tariff or no When he peruses the advertisements of dry goods houses an nouncing that prices have been raised in consequence of th McKiuley and then soothes himself with the assurance that the dry goods men are swapping he becomes a The McKtnley bill bugaboo ii needless e r c h a u t alarmists are setting moneysav ing housekeepers by tbc ears with their tom toms with a view to hurriedly swap their goods for appre This concern announced downward prices on dry So much for leading city papers of the Now sec how the lesser lights tag along in the procession From the Toledo October 20 Plush tor mer price new Seal Plush worth now Belling is m eng ut y Flianuiacturing company at Barre near lng and the com opes to occupy some time next The main building is of 1 Mrtes high and sixty by about two at 50 The advance in wool en roods in conae quence of the passage of the McKinley hill has the hcorty in dorsement ol James republican candidate for con Clotiicr and the Lyon Dry Goods Here is a price list published in the news columns of the New York World Old From the Pleasant Nothing could bo more ilattering to a candidate for congress than the splendid meetings with which Gear is being greeted throughout the Public halls are filled to overflowing aud will not hold the crowds that come out to hear Old Business and pledge to him their in fluence and their Gears meeting iu this city last Monday night was the largest political meeting he ever addressed in Henry Saunders opera house was packed early and scores were unable get admission itilto the Gear spoke for an houpand a half with the added experience and strength of his active work in congress for the last four Of all the busy men and of the many hard working congressmen no one of them will say that they have done moro work than He is preeminently the working congressman and working mans He believes an offi cials duty ia to work and not to loll around in cushioned seats enjoying alone tho distinction of office and drawing its In two terms he has mastered every detail of congressional duty and during his first term his ability and industry was so clearly made mani fest that he was placed upon tho most important committee of the prac tically representing thirteen states in the heart of the Mississippi valley on the great political committee of ways and Other Iowa congressmen are his seniors In service at but he surpassed them and went to the front and was given the laboring How well he has done his work the roll calls of congress abundantly Gears name is always on the roll The ser geantatarms had no occasion to hunt up Gear and bring him into the halls of While performing his arduous duties In committee and on the lloor of the house ho has also found time to consider the solicitations of his constitu to personally answer all private letters and do more private work for the people of his district than anyother con gressmen did for tho people of their dis The question shall ha be exchanged for John Scerley iu the halls of congress As a business propo sition it is Seerley is by no means the strongest candidate which tho democrats could have nominated in the There are a dozen democrats by far his He was nom inated two years ago with no hope or prospect among well informed dem ocrats that he would beat He is permitted to make the race again with tho leading men of his own party anticipating the same results as two years The rank aud file of the democratic party may have some hope of electing the leaders have The best men of the democratic party in the district are not anxious to run against John Seerloy thinks its distinction enough to run against him aud get It is a con test in which democrats have no heart and small pride iu their Re publicans have a firm faith that they will elect aud an established pride in his his influence and standing i n the hails of Gears health was never better ho a power over tho hearts and of others that rarely falls within the compass of even the most lavisTily endowed Bishop Simpsons power was not of the the impress of his royal soul permeated his words and ever made its in fluence He was a zealous hunter of other souls that he might deliver them as offerings to the And so earnest was he in carrying forward his great mission that tho magnetism of his personality was almost The bare announcement that he was to speak attracted men and wo men of every degree in life to hear his voice and look upon one whoso name was so honored in all Christian To he was a veritable Inspiration and his name a household token which induced reflection and profound admiration of the great apostle of their To them there fore this faithful and comprehensive record of his from the eventful June when the future preacher first saw the light in through the struggles of his childhood and battling with adverse circumstances and personal up to the time of his early ministry and later through his memorable career as professor and college to his election to the his with Presi dent Lincoln and the great emanci pators friendship for and confidence in the whom it is well known he frequently consulted on national affairs during the darker hours of the and down through the splendid years of his autumn life to the harvest of his hope and when on the morning of June he laid aside the cross and took up the His was atypical Amer ican says his begin ning under iowlv conditions and ending ia And In the well printed volume of 513 pages before that biographer has earned the thanks of a great church for the fidelity and loving zeal manifested in garnering every avallaole fact of interest in the dead bishops of Burlington has the general agency for the book and is confident of a large Ho is placing agents in the field to sell it by discourses on The Origin of tho tional Scientific and Educational Institu tions of tho United tracing mi nutely the inception and progress of the plans to Readers of history will find this publication ot great We have received copies The lUts slonam i a collection of exercises for missionary societies and childrens published by the gen eral literature committee of the Womans Home and Foreign Missionary society of the Lutheran Mary price 25 and Proceedings of the Six the Convention of the held in the First Lutheran in In the Jfosaie we find among the exercises a happily con structed dialogue by Lucy Culler of this setting forth in a way intelligible to young minds the need of consecration of educated young ladies to missionary Culler read an able paper on the subject of Home Missions before the convention referred which appears among the reported and gives evidence of the earnest thought bestowed upon its pre paration 1VHEX SCKAUS TUB MANIFOLD CYCOPEDIA OF KNOWL EDGE AND LAXOUAGE with Volume Chicago and Atlanta John pub 75 cents halC at nCadies Gears health was never better no delss0un celebrated mu worth now SUM has a physical fibre that sjcians Michel John Stew Alden is to be congratulated upon the fact that he has succeeded in perfect ing financial arrangements that enable him to control of his impor tant which last spring was trans fered to the large publishinghouse of Cox of New in order to secure the then necessary alli ance of theirgreatercapital and the enterprise having outgrown the limits originally proposed for Though conducted In a quiet the cyclo pedia is one of the great literary under takings of the Something of its magnitude may bo seen by the fact that the closing topic of the present volume is Sixteen more volumes will be required to complete the all of which are promised within tho In the present five states are treated Michigan Is given over IB pages about 13 pages about Q pages andMon 10 Mexico is also treated at Among the cities described are and the historic Memphis of Egypt Minneapolis and Mo There are biographies of Men delssohn and celebrated mu nvrittcn for The HawkEyeJ Ven I vas a younger veil I alvays lead der van Of der sparkers vich vent calling on der ladies For 1 vin dcm cfvery chust so soon as I Der Sootsans und Aramintas uml Veil It vas not I vas pretty nor it vas not vas witty Nor it vas not dot 1 vas Inhuman wise Nor it vas not dot I der hand some men dcy Und schratched der hair from off delr so great vas dclr Veil dcr segrit via my own so I keep It an unknown one So vos la monopolist ot all der chcntler Since man as well as also finds it cheerful It blease me thus each chust dot rivals heart to my certain rule vas dls one und youll lind it surely is one If youre uirly only rival handsome men For youll on each dot dey vum der adoration Vot displeases fourteen women as you 11 find in every ten So stand being to der rest Since your deylnevcr make you seek applause Vile der loogks you arc parading Is an argu ment persuading To have you ever arguing delr Vile your dey are showing their own you are glowing As you mark dot of dcr ladles from your humble point ot view Vllo your rivals vas supposing all dey got to do is posing Is your humble adoration chust dcr ding vot put you Not so with He always maintained that the republican party could control the next house of repre if an aggressive campaign were made before the He In fused life into every member of the con gressional and national He has worked as man never before day and to win a victory for a party in a and for a party which was ungrateful and unappecla tive Theresult al ready bo Tho party is expects to and most likely will win an unequivocal victory ac the polls next throughout the en tire Two months such men as Julias Caesar Burrows were wili ng to concede that the democrats would lave a majority of forty or fifty in the next house today it is expected that republicans will have a majority of lot less than As a party organ a faithful an unfailing Clarksou is an exceptional Two months in private con ho said to me The re publican senate has closed its eyes to the act that thirtyono congressional dis rlcts have been gerrymandered away from The republican senate know ing the steals which have been enacted by democratic realizing un that democratic success would follow unless something could bo done to checkmate the Infamies which were being knowing that the pas of a federal election law would make the country solidly safely so for many knowing these things the republican senate deliberately closed its eyes to and turned its back upon the federal election anc left us In the When I suggested that there is a sentiment which prevails largely throughout this to the effect that the negroes are unfit for suf he said The percentage of illit eracy amongst the white people of the south is as great as the percentage of illiteracy among the Ignorance Is lamentable in either but it does not disfranchise the white as it ought not to be permitted to disfranchise the black I shall never consent to sit idly by and witness the great wrongs which are perpetrated in the without speaking and working to right those ol the government at WashfngtonianuVps openly declare their tho rights are the wore the rebel gray and fought to They are alLde I do not President that thev duties ol a civil 3erj vice commissioner are Identical with those criminal That Is all that he and it seems to have been You my there Is a civil commissioner named Ife knows more In minute than you and I and the president ever could know in a thousand He is wiser than shrewder Chauncey and a greater man than Blaine or As for when compared with why Harrison Isnt Ia It at Roosevelt has bigger brains than all the statesmen of this If you have any doubt about you can write and ask and he will tell It Is true and ho ought to know If he Theodore civil service was nosing the executive trying to find some government clerks with political opinions who were giving money to help t their party the pending compaignv He even threatened to find and prosecute every man who took any part whatever in Ho to prepare a letter m the nature of and j declared his intention of f bus the letter was plrei that Prpsioent Harrison invited him to the white and while the asked him if he wouldnt please let tho president manage the exec utKe departments just for alittle bit of a while and Roosevelt consented to let President Harrison act as president for a few days Commenting on his per nicious activity in smelling out republi can and his offensive nonpartisan partisanship in Issuing threats against republican clerks who may be contribu ting to the camoaign the presi dent said I do not understand that the duties of a civil service commissioner arc identical with those of a criminal BDILDISS A LABBE Ladies former price now S2 Prices on Mens Shoes reduced in the same Ola Outside for 12 A Novel Feature The Muscatine I Cotton dress u the Particulars concer ing a nmel fea waterproof I turein river transportation 1 say that that is likely to work a revolution 1 Mini mills at that place will be ways of handling lumber and gettin ft benefited by the McKinley to contain fourteen sets of cards one hundred plush The fc stoes the passage of tho iplluill drive out foreign competi inufacture of cheap 3ntne market to American This will mean a double Boys overcoat Mens Cotton dress material Woolen dress at 20c a Suit of clothes for man Suit of clothes for man Suit of clothes for boy Captain IKHSOU i gult ot dunes for Musser last in charge 01 tne Overcout for raan with tho a 00 a CM i oo u no 300 iuoo 1000 5 JO IUOO 1500 stands up tinder an immense burden of No one ever hoars of John Gear being In each succeeding campaign ho turns up a bustler by day and by His appointments are al ways It has been the rule of his life to meet all his There will be a loss of a vote to him here and there because ho could not appoint three or four good men to the same Every vote he will thus lose will be be cause he did not do a thing which no human power ii capable of One postmaster is all a community is 2 so I permitted to and if Gear didn t S appoint three or four in each locality it f I 50 0 GO 40 7 01 120 SCO barges loaded with lumj each barge being one hundred and forty feet I is nofault of That his appoint ments are not creditable no one can fairly Ho has made his appoint ments and made them well and that is S13S 00 au the party can ask of Voters of Henry will you ex IOO IS 50 11150 This will meanadouDie lorty leet ui lor tie quantity of poods manudrawing four fee t of Sanford If we was bought at Stillwater by We will at once build an a issue Old Heavy winter vlot 2300 400 650 Weatherby president of the ht coraPanystates COfltS Fine mrtton and Kereey Uovs winter Soys heaver cape overcoats aploce which cost when magnificent tow freight to rail S 2110 390 000 085 11 S3 14 85 140 35 uuablj Will UU llUJpcu I innmetA frOHl new duty is almost pro barges in and three This industry has been do Thursday aiternoon at three OB account of the large importa The barges were lockad ouiththe passage of the Me and towed in advance of Btta e sald the company are like an ordinary mr a cotton and that the fleet was taken with improved ma pin in four hours and tl best rafting WOKSTED ger foreign immense I mmen d stoes Eu ropfc U Europ8 on at Muscatine wi a named paper says has break or mishap of any kind That would defer tho rup lawyer with very ordinary no ex perience and no iniluence at Washington to represent you in congress Ion will answer this question next Tuesday at the ballot and we believe you will say No with unmistakeable How Serere Colds are Broken Up In Woa From the Virginia City When wo find a medicine we know to possess genuine we consirer It a and we take pleasure in telling the public what it Such a medicine we found Chamberlains Cough last when la grippe was We are satisfied that we warded off sev eral attacks that were threatening by tho use of this and we have since in a few severe and in the course of two or three entirely broken them up by Its as have several of our friends to whom we have recommended It Is all that It Is represented to be by the f you have a cough and want to stop it Chamberlains Cough Remedy will do the art political economist and philoso pher Hugh Christian geologist the historian the poet Mltchel and Maria astron omers French poet and dra matist the historian James president of the United States and the renowned Jewish Among tho important topics in other lines are Methodist Episcopal Michigan Mind Mohamme and There of multitudes of others of perhaps equal The matter is well brought down to and tho illustra tions are numerous and printing and binding are good and tho with easy installment place it within A HEAL BOUIKSOS the story of the strangoyct true experiences of eastawajs on a Pacific Edited from tho sur ie State of California for Traffic Be ttveen JSrookJyn and The State line of running between Brooklyn and are shortly to augment their fleet of vessels with a larger one by tons than any yetin the This vessel is the State of which is now being built by Alexander Stephen in Glas gow Radcliff of the firm of Austin Baldwin the general agents of tho kindly furnished an Eagle reporter with a description ot the steamship from plans which have just been received in detail from The State of California is to be in length 400 feet over 32 feet S inches in 7 feet UK inches between upper and main 7 feet and 11 inches be main and lower She is tons barkentine one funnel and triple expansion She is built under special survey in the highest class of Lloyds and in every respect up to tho most exacting requirements of the board of The vessel is built entirely of the best of with cellular double bottom divided into seven and has water tight She has two main and entirely of The steer ing apparatus is run by steam and is one of the special points of the It being so fine that she may bo easily turned in her own length by a small loss than a couple of feet in from the bridge of the where all tho steering apparatus is situ Special attention has been paid in the designing to the comfort and accom modations for the saloon The promenade deck is another feature of the new steamship to which a great deal of attention has been It is Thestanding of John in the departments at is phe nomenally high and every way Col the solicitor of the treas says In all official matter of stands as close to the sec retary as anyman In the republican Windom never has shown any leaning towards his Minnesota has tried to be fair with everybody in all parts of but that he is partial to Iowas Old Busi has been manifested in many He has given him his full proportion of the offices and He has aided him in securing information upon tariff topics more than he has aided any other He has said more good things of him to the president when consular appointments were than he has of any other man that I know I have observed this thing again and and have no way to account for it except that Gear is a man of ex ceptionally strong splendid and likeable Secretary Windom is a fair an honorable and possesses an impartial but the friendship existing between him and the Iowa is something out of the I assure Fortunately for by the grace of God a civil service commis friend of Frank and so tumbled unto himself all Ina heap and crawled into his orifice meekly and lamblikely Fortunately for himself he ebbed like a tide and most speedily reached lowwater Had he been unable to contract his sphere of usefulness very it Is probable that his career would have beeaseml if not cut short with a sum mary President Harrison does not interfere with his subordinates as long as they devote their mediocre abilit ties to attending with zeal to their own business but when they undertake to spread themselves out over the whole and attenuate their bodies and intellects the president very kindly rings the bell on He does not hesitate to handle a cabinet officer with similar paternal care and Democratic newspapers are already complaining that there will be an exces sive force of deputy United States mar shals at the polls in all large inference that they do not want the officers of the law to be present on elec tion why not What honest citizen cares how many policemen provided we have a sufficient num ber to protect our liberty and prop erty Who that Is honest will complain when the law is well and faithfully ad ministered Does not the complainant against ths law always turn out to be or criminal of some kind Let the deputy marshals be at the polls they will harm no honest nor Interfere with the casting of legitimate Why does the average democratic news paper complain when it seems likely that the law will be faithfully executed Is it possible that every democratic editor in the land at an anarchist Mahone emphatically denies the statement that he is opposing tho elec tion of in He has said from the first that he did not be lieve it necessary nor good political sense to elect a negro to congress solely be cause his skin He believes that if the negro would be satisfied with the of suffrage satisfied with protec tion In that until the prejudice against his race has somewhat he could have and hold high office un He believes that thousands of Virginia democrats have conquered their prejudices in so far as to be ready to grant suffrage to the negro untrain but that they are not yet willing to be represented in congress by Mahone has been the champion of the constitutional rights of the negro in and he is usually right in his olitical There is reason or the position which he has and is endorsed by so eminent a colored man as Fred who says Pro minence for our race is not for this gen but by patience it will come to ur children and Never as a matter of abstract ho negro is entitled to representation right and without The law can not and will not harm an innocent Law is a rule of action commanding what is right and forbid dine what is It is manifest that universe Is subject to unallter able The police courts are not used for reputable citizens and those who maintain the They who stand before the bar ot justice are those who violate the Our city cala boosesand state penitentiaries are filled with From calmly contem plating the raping of a tho disobe dience ot national the poor and de graded usually come to indifferent con templation of the violation of all The police court is filled with men who hate for they are living em bems of Similar are the classes ot people who cry out against the deputy THE GERMAN r Cmted Tantage of Milwaukee Germanta translated is thVeaiening them from a which spends its iro practical man United States on a jracmi vivorsown narrative by Boston Tho truth of this recital of adventure and peculiar experience on a remote tents of the Although somej The vessel is lighted by elcc tricity and is to have builders guarantee of fourteen knot speed per gust 22 Excursion Tickets To Chicago via the Burlington and Quincy railroad for the American car load winter apples and two carloads northern potatoes on Burt Twlth built ol elated over snccss Jor the honor of the J eons tenth season witn ui fl yetmucn well feel elated over succsslt Jor the honor of the u5ejlca Q0es wUlfivcrvlumber man on the any She does 0 work m Davis shares mar f oct Salvation Oil eradicates y cte moving the Dealers sin jlonnu i suro cure I cixcli oilier t k in the foVeign any blow a sensible manner and wRno they strike the which The EU simple free ropean shoes Hermanns They wir number of of Hol1 dollars are your very best friend them by buying shoes for cash at Matthews 410 Jefferson may have a choice as between Seerley and Gear but Eisfeld is undoub tedly your Only a few ledgers and journals now left at BurdetM Co Selling Call before they are all gone and save A World of Satisfaction In using the White Rose we use cheap it refers only to not to Elsfeld Go Go Go ladles Buy visiting cards at Burdette Companys while cheap what prosy in no romance of the imagination could bo more despite the fact that the story is free from the elements of the so conspicuous in the realms of the The personages of A Real Robinson Crusoe were six in four men and two Five were aristocratic snobs and while the hero had endurance and ap What he accomplished with tho aid of an axe and a determination to make the best of things furnishes a fine ex position of the value of the gospel of Ox THE by Major consul at author ot The Boy Chicago Hen neberry The author aptly styles his later work a journey over the historic grounds of tho late civil It in a com pilation of personal reminiscences both as a soldier and as a Washington corre spondent for the In both fields there were many memories to be gath ered and stored and tho major has harvested not a few oj varying shades of Some are others the And many of the circumstances narrated find herein their first presenta tion to the world It Is a book that will find friends jand but withal one that will be studied with In terest for the Insight it gives to the realm behind the Each reader will be his own best tale tar SMBDOI phla Tho THCfK AND PhilaSclp Jewish PuDlishinB Society ot i The odd title of this of Jewish lifeIs In fact a motto of the and that tho j41stls r illIIU horse show on sale October 31 and No vember 3 to 7 Good to return five days from date of And for the American fat stock show on sale November 12 and 14 and 17 to 21 Good to return five days from date of One and onethird faro for the round plus 50 cents for an admission ticket to the Theabove applies from points within three hundred miles of their different departments of druggists paints and artists Price Wiese carry over 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sustain the state oC anarchy existing in the There is no middle ground on which to stand and haggle for a I am opposed i to the party of murder and may sustain that but are and not one whit better than the men who personally wield the and commit political Good sir FKSV Remarkable Michael makes the statement that which settled on her lungs she was treated for a month by her family physi but grew He told her she was a hopeless victim of consumptlortand that no medicine could cure Her druggist suggested Kings New Dis covery for Consumption she bought a bottle and to her delight found herself benefited from the first She con tinned its use and after taking ten bot tles found herself sound well now does her own housework and is as well as s she ever Free trial bottle this t Great Discovery at George Henrys V drug store large bottles 50c and hardest assassination of John Who ever votes the democratic ticket next Cnesday casts his ballot In favor of Af rican in favor of the ot the rlihts of a million voters with jlack in favor of whipping Ameri can citizens to keep them away from the votes in favor of shooting fathers and outraging sisters aud burning homes like sav age and scourging the backs of honest peaceful Whoever votes the democratic ticket next casts his ballot to repudiate the work Abraham and all the boys In Whoever votes the democratic ticket next votes to ratify the work Robert Stone wall Jefferson and all the hordes in grey who fought to per petuate The men who outragecommon violate Jtall national live la anarchistic defiance when asked ered the saddest thing in said ho was always miserable when he had a big appetite and nothing to and terribly when he had plenty to eat no Excellent Qualities Command to public approval fornia liquid frnit remedy Syrup of It is pleasing to the and tothetastaj and by acting gently on the liver and it cleanses the systemfi thereby promoting the and comfort of all who use How do Uko yon new Jingle Ohr shed b all right If she were 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