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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - November 7, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                Entered as SecondClass 3Iattrr in the Poet jflice at f v TERMS OF SUESCB1PT1ON VjJJally all matter for publication 10 the i and business communications to EASTERN OFFICE 350 Nassau New Vroe THE IVlmt It Van for Specie meteorological report to THE HAWK EYE by the United States signal No vember Observations taken time at the following Kansas Paul Kwkuk ISHSS833S3S in Last u of 30 MM i 8 W l i JS N Calm IsK HE E E S W Cloudy PtyOTdy Pty Cldy Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Pty Cldy Cloudy Cloudless Stage of water in the Mississippi La Du OK rain or wave In For followed by llghtrainin northern portion cooler variable winds cold THE TK CAUSE OF The defeat ol Tuesday being a gen eral one all over the there must have beeu one general Local reasons may have contributed here and there to help the The school law agitation in Wisconsin and Illinois hurt the republican tickets in both these Nebraska republicans suffered from the fact that the vote on prohibi tion was coupled with the vote for con gressmen and state The Far mers the majority of whose membership Is recruited from the repub lican brought about the great fall ingoff of the vote In Other causes helped the other side in other sec But the main cause of the crush ing which is as unexpected as it is Is the delay in the pas sage of the McKinlcy Had it been passed a mouth or two earlier iu the it would have been greatly to the advantage of the republi can The law is a highly merit orious It despite all that was said against the the most just and equitable tariff measure that has ever been It Is a measure that will prove a blessing to the whole coun to all classes of our and mostly to those by the deception of the democratic press and party were most Incited to oppose the laboring It is a law that has come to It is a protective and no mat ter how much It may be amended or changed as time goes it will retain Its protective character as lone the wages of labor In this country are higher than they are in although not yet operative in all its provisions it is proving Itself to be all that its framers claimed for The marvelous increase of business since its the marked activity in the manufacturing industries of the the fact that labor is In greater demand than it has been fora long time and com mands better these facts are testified to as true from partisan and nonpartisan sources and therefore go The McKiuley law Is and will soon proof Itself a But the people were not given time to inform themselves fully about the new or to watch its influence in trade and Instead of three to lour oulv four weeks were given from the passage of the bill till the day of election to learn all about This was too short a time to instruct the people on the It was not too for the demo cratic opponents of the who recognized the beneficial influence which the bill would have on business and the corresponding loss of adherents which it would cost the democratic to make a vigorous campaign of slander and mis representation against day after without lettingSup an hour until the time of press filled the minds of ttigjipeople with a certain distrust lest the increased duties which the new law presented for some would be followed by in creased prices of all Higher prices and down with the McKInley bill was the word and the battlecry of the demo cratic leaders and and hundreds of thousands of voters took it up and It until the voting who had never seen the bit and were altogether Ignorant of its Had the bill been passed three or four months the operations of the new law themselves would have demonstrated the falsehood of all these charges the republican papers and speakers would have had the opportunity to show up the utter recklessness of the malicious at tacks upon the and just as strong sentiment would have resultedIn its favor as was artificially created against iu It is the delay In passing the bill which was a main cause of the mischief and the republican senate is to be held largely responsible lor There is one outcome o the election in Chicago that must be greeted with satis Both republicans and demo crats tiere voted lor the issue of five millions of bonds for worlds lair pur aud there is no doubt now about success of tho Breat enterprise There was some quiet hut determined opposition to the proposed constitutional in which the proposition was but fortunately not great enough to dnfeat tho The amendment being adopted there soems to be no further serious obstacles in the way of the directors to execute their The election is liut that stealinc of three to four thousand republican tickets was a nasty piece of TO DEAL WITH THE Tho Chicago Tribune advises There are two ways in which to deal with the present One is by the president calling congress together the 5th of March and allowing the new house to havo its frS trade which would bsfollowcd bv a notf ular The other is by dolnff away plan at llncmnini short That fslhe shortest and licet way to jet out of a b d The republican party cannot afford to aid thfl democratic by giving hem an opportunity to uiake mischief iu an extra to Imsleu the taring down of what has been built session will come soon plough and clve the democratic house the opportunity to demonstrate its lo JJIainos plan iherrpuh licans in congress the full to act according wd that Intention ever Muce Mr bainrirrt made the The want of time prevented complete Another way to deal with landslide is for the democratic free trade that falsely sail under republican to show their true colors and not lead the people astray under falso Coal has already been shipped from this countryto and tho London News expresses the opinion that its ex portation to that country from the Amer ican mines will soon become an important branch of The name of Senator James Wilson continues to be mentioned in connection with the vacancy on the supreme bench of the United THE DECAY OF THE An article in a recent issue of the Aye of Steel calls attention to the fact that skilled in all that the term are hard to and the de mand far exceeds the One of the causes lies in our modern methods of in dustrial The subdivisions of labor for the purpose of increas ing have sectiohalked all skilled industries that each me chanic has his place iu and knowledge and experience Is confined to that particular It is true that the specialist is indis but in a long line of appren If properly there will be many who will acquire all the skill necessary to make them to grapple with any emergency that may The apprentice who after a reasonable period of shows 110 adaptability for his should be re placed by and not bo compelled to serve an apprenticeship and then be dismissed for for he has reached manhood and his oppor tunities for acquiring another trade are gone forever he has com plied with all the requirements of trades unions and in compliance with their laws and in sympathy lor the appli cant they take him iu and afford him the same protection given to more compe tent In the unions there can be no for where will the line bo drawn Hence many difficulties arise between employers and trades uulous amouuliug often to A trade is best protected by the excellence of Its but a man cannot be a firstclass mechanic who is not thorough master of his trade and the apprentice who graduates in a rut can never become Educate the apprentices all branches of and the results in securing good work and obviating strikes will re compense the effort a Such education would be a certain solu tion of existing predict that there whl be a very joyful ring in Governor Boles Thanks giving The good effect of the JIcKlnley law on wages Is already beginning to The Joe Lead of and the Missouri River and Bourn Terre company have advanced the waces of their employes from 10 to 15 per The Berkshire Weaving mills at near have ad vanced the wages of their ISO weavers and 170 other The Newark pearl button workers have Increosed wanes from 20 to 25 per It Is safe to say as to the outcome of the vote on the constitutional conven that the noes have A correspondent of the New York Press asked that paper to explain how a manufacturer can afford to sell his wares cheaply and pay higher prices In response to which tho Press makes the following conclusive answer Ask us suinithlne This is an easy How is it that n pawnbroker wants 10 or 2 per cent interest u while a big banker lends at 4 per cunt a year And all the time the pawnbroker is probably paying one or two So a week while the big banker Is paying his clerks J2U to a Thediirtreneelsducto the fact that the man who does a great Wit volume of bubineas can reduce the cost of each consider ably by and still make a big profit and pay good It costs much less per unit of business to do a large volume of business than a small This is an almost universal law of The home market places a certain volumeof business wiihin reach of the producer when he Is protected ngalnst foreign His risks are and be can more eafel v increase the volume of his business and rv duce the cost of the unit of bis This rule applies to all kinds of busi ness and It Is a prin ciple everywhere recognized among men capable of solving the simplest problems In It will bo interesting to see what the new house of representatives will do with Czar Eeeds Ton to one they will keep them in Reliable and complete returns will probably be ready before Many eyes are turning to an oldfash ioned building in Washington that lias some interesting historical memories clustering around It Is tho building In which William Howard was almost stabbed to death by Payne on the night of Lincolns and in froutof which General Sickles in 1SOO shot the man who had despoiled his In that house lives today James whom many view as the man that better than can the republican ship through the present tumultuous Wait a few months and you will hear the very fellows who hollowed so loudly against tho new shout for In Missouri there is an institution called the state grand and it made a rather startling deliverance last It handed In a report condemning the whole system of grand juries in un measured declaring It to bea superfluous adjunct to criminal juris opposed to the spirit of our in a hinderance to justice and a means of enabling its if so in to blacken the reputation of their It is but a few days since a grand jury in New York was in structed by the in very sharp that It had no business to indict a man contrary to his The idea that the grand jury Is a superfluous relic of the past seems to be gradually getting into the minds of the And it looks as if it may be a fight over again in 1S92 between Cleve land and providing that Governor HJ permits Cleveland to be The project of a continuous Hue of New Yorkto Petersburg is so far advanced that the problem of crossing Behring straits is already being It is settled that the rest of the line is quite but crossing the straits presents a difficulty The re cent statement that the depth of water and character of the bottom arc favor able to a bridge does not seem to meet with entire Speaker Heed will not preside over the next but he will speak iu it You bet t may lie a little early in the day o talk about but If the republicans want to win in they had better beein to load their guns right no The school directors in Cherokee in this state have ordained that teachers jJQSt cot agrte to marry during the school appear warranted known tendency Tof schoolinarms to marry at short notice the school directors musubo when thny provide against sudden It is a blessing that the election exclte meut is all and that business may proceed as Senator Sberiuan never uttered a truer sentiment than when he said Iu his recent Pittsburg speech that it would be wise to take the appointive power from tho representatives of the people In con To compel a congressman o make recommendations for federal offices aud thus virtually appoint and then to hold him responsible for these appointments and upon him the resentment aud disappointment of those who vainly tried to get an under and through Is one of the ihost unjust and cruel features of American politics Ills an unwise The repre sentatives of the people would bo much better law makers if they wero not ham pered iu all they undertake to do by the demands and tho consideration which they must necessarily pay to the appli cant for A liberal reward will be paid to the man who will give reliable Information as to who struck IJilly The cholera epidemic In Spalu does not appear to bo as extensive as it is Although about half of tho patients there had up to Octo ber but about cases In the province of the scene of Its since tho outbreak of the dis There Is reason to there that the epidemic will not spread to olher parts of Europe AVe hope that when the republican doctors hove found the correct diagnosis of the case they will also lind tho remedy for It Is a great thing to constitute popu lar government in a nation of sixtytwo million The trust of rh ment Is one of vast How many as they cast their have reflected upon the magnitude and farreaching consequence of the simple duty they performed Scarcely are the polls closed aud the folks arc already beginulng to talk of the spring Will we hear any more of the McKiuley bilIV asked an old farmer was the reply given him with i but well not hear any more of Bill les Dont be too sure of AH the democrats aud mngwumps cannot silence the voice of tho Ohio If reports are true tho democratic barrel this year was tho size of a hogs Iu view of the Infamous Ohio gerry mander and the fact that in offyears tho republicans very seldom elect as many congressmen as iu presidential probably few republicans frit confident of carrying the lower branch of but few also expected to see a result quite so ExPresident Cleveland Is lie considers the result of Tuesday as an equivalent to his own nomination in iiontst democratic papers take no more stock in the mugwumps than do the The Atlanta Otistt Curl Schurz sayu thru are tlmva when it ia best to be on both sides of Tho mug wump editors arc now lalylngon both Lets give the their They were never better Hurrah for John A thorough inspection of export meats will be a great benefit to American It will give our meats a better reputation aud stop the Unreasonable out cry against them by interested The foggy atmosphere during the last two days Is owing to There is nothing else In the Stanley is coming to America to see what the American people have In their lie is to receive for every This shows that Ameri cans are wilder than tho We concede that the tariff ou tin has not given the tinhorns a sweeter The man who neglected to vote on and there are several of has no right tocomplain of But the man who voted for good candidates who were may address a few words to the the election reports are more re liable than the weather Bob Ingersol Is quoted as saying that the next presidential contest lies between lilaiue and Reed and that the republi cans will no matter who Is nomi nated The campaign is settled and the weather oaght to follow New England makes about the worst showing of all republican A poor return for the favors received at the hands of a republican And it remains true that there are a great many cheerful liars In this Thfi victory for Tammany In New York Is a black eye for exPresident Tammany favors Hill and Is the sworn foo of Tho solid south is more solid than There is no doubt that it was a most beautiful election If the weather had been made to order it could not havo been any And yet Texas seems to have gone There Is a big republican majority In Pennsylvania It will come out as soon as Quay takes a back scat aud does not attemp to In the words of one of the old Bay state poets God for give shes a kneeling with the This Is an off year How Sam Clark Kiplainn From the Keokuk You ask what caused the general loss to republicans Wo answer merely the general and usual laws and conditions of American politics With but two exceptions In a hundred years the party that carries a presidential e ect on does not carry tho congressional election In the last case where a party carried a presidential election and then tho congressional eiec t on following it lost the next presiden tial The democrats elected Cleveland iu 1884 and carried congress In two j ears but It cost them the presidency in 1SSS and the Gore Citu said at the time it The fact that American politics 1n this way is the reason Grover Cleveland said a few days ago that he hoped the republi cans would carry congress He thought H would give the democrats a far better chance to carry tho presi dential election of 1S2 for the democrats not to win this That Is the universal rule of Ameiican polities In I860 the republicans carried the presi dential election and for twentyfour carried the presidential and the democrats carried apart from the war and the fight with Andrew Johnson congressional election in between the The principle seems tobe and their jind oL tho people do not want the of the citizens that of political parties to havo tho oarrylnK ou of other half thatforni theothervpartyrexcludcd as though they had interest in their country and could bo trusted with So the a swing back bntween the two parties every two Ami so almost Invariably one or both houses of congress are given to one party and the presidency to the A democratic congress now almost insures a republican presi dent in Kitra Still Number 1roui the Sioux City Iowa holds Its placo as tenth state In the union In point of New York still leads the and Is followed by Ohio and Illinois have exchanged Of the other changes In the list the most marked are those of to 1 which drops from S to 11 which from 26 to 20 whichrises from30 to 20 which drops from 23 to 27 which rises from 35 to 31 Ver which drops from 33 lo30 Wash whichrises from 42 to Dela which drops from 38 to 42 Ne which drops from 43 to and which drops from 44 to The average change in rank Is 2 2 Social fur From the Ladies If ouic You think the laws of society are You do not believe that conven tionality is a great sword held not to strike but to protect and you shrug your pretty shoulders and I know I was doing nothing and I dont caro what people my you must care what people say the world Is a great judgment and usually tho Innocent and the Ignorant are protected by though occasionally some one falling Into the mire of scandal aud Is brought Into the court all bedraggled and and tho not being able to see the virtue that is decides against the and all because she did not caro what the world 1 wish you would thinkevon of the most Innocent Sometimes I fear you think I am a little bit but I have known so many girls who were ao yet so aud who only found protection In the It may hand over your as did that of but It is as a It will protect you from from the making of Injudicious and It will Insure you much more pleasure than If all the world ran helterskelter and became like a wild Irish fair Conventionality protects as docs the best frowning at and forbid ding not only that which but also that whirh looks An iowtt Crowtlflli From the A peculiar way to find water In a dry well was recently demonstrated near A resident in the suburbs had a well dug The well was completed and but as dry as Upon the suggestion of an old well a half bushel of salt was emptied Into the and iu a few days water rose to within three feet of the The well digger accounts for thlsby saying after tho salt was thrown Into the crawfish scented the salt and made their way from tho stream in tho ground to the thus giving tho well living stream of water from the crawfish A Faahlou Cuing Out of rroin the Cincinnati It Is to be observed that the custom of exchanging effusive osculatary evidences of friendship when women meet In the Is rapidly becoming The women are adopting tho masculine form of the and It Is a very dear friend Indeed who a kiss while on the streets these One of the WurHt From the Chicago One of the most reckless campaign lies to be found In a debauched press Is the statement that a pretty girl has been ex pelled from a Boston school because her beauty diverted the attention of the boys from their Took Her ItrntherV From the Savannah A young lady of had six offers of marriage last week from Kentlemen who stand well In the take a drink at the By her brothers advice sho An IndUpatable From the Kcokiik Oste John Gear Is a splendid congress man and public official all the Nothing can change that Very From the Atchlson It Is the easiest thing In the world for a woman to feel religious when she has good clothes The cablegram address of Miss WHlard is The aunual convention of Tennessee occurs this week at Kate Bushnell has beeu appointed an evangelist for the worlds T Tho union are to build a temperance temple Helen Cougar raised nearly SJOO for tho suffrage campaign In South The of Santa Cali support a free reading room at an expense of Joseph of strongly opposes the use of fermimted wine at Miss Ida national organizer has returned from work in the western states and The of San secured one hundred new members on membership crusade In six years tho unions In North Da kota have Increasedfrom three to 102 with a membership of Regarding alcohol Von Moltko says A healthy man needs no such and to give it to chil which is often is absolutely Wir AND Mother Evewas tho first person to turn over a new When aerial ships come In we shall have ily time all the year Its very sighed the gasmeter I always but I cant Wo may differ iu this but when C01net0ry are a on a a glorious thinn to resist tempta but it will bo money in your pocket if you avoid When you see a boy with beautiful yellow curls there Is very little doubt as to whois the head of the Why do they call a diva asked Because she gets along replied her The man who Is always looking for pointers instead of relying upon his own judgment is apt to go to the demnitlon A man who has in a bucketshop transaction may not exactly want to but he feels a good deal like kicking tho Youngman after IOUK Is there any way to find out what a Aomaaothinks of without propos ing Benedict make her Do you not feel the eloquence of na ture here on this glorioueras she he do The mountains Talt about man breaking his heirt Jf perhaps but Its like one of his sprouts out at once and grows in Its var s entof a ngw EnfieH riflofrpm the Eng lish government as sample of the style of arm It is handsomely incased pol ished wooden witH silver plates and lined is the latest magazine thirty and ten The action is exceedingly and the oreech mechanism being thoroughly Tho magazine is a sheet iron case half an inch thick alxrat four inches fitting to the tinder side of the A gate off it the will of the so that the gnri can bo used either iifa magazine or a single firing It is provided with a novelty intho way of a long range sight designed to cover distances from to but the ordinary bight is not considered as fine as that in use on the American Springfield Tho cartridges are shaped somewhat after tho design of famous Lehel the leaden ball being encased in a thin steel sheet for tho purpose of preventing the distortion of the Au Itatluntt An Italian on tho river bank has solved the problem of giving his children an outing with tho least possible eiertion to Ho places his three children in a baby to the handle of which a rope about twenty feet long is The bank behind tho house has a gentle so that a brisk push from the father sends the carryall flying down the When tho waters edge is reached the vehicles flight is checked by a But the most remarkable part of the contrivance is the goat which draws the contrivance bock up the in clined The animal is made to trot through a long hall from one end of the house to tho Thus the man can sit rear outside door of the away from thu suud steer tho goat by a well directed while at the saino tinio the little oues are enjoying a delightful toboggan slide amid tho refreshing breeze wafted across the Bltton ly a aioccasln John of was bitten on the heel by a moccasin He was walking past Howard Ken nedys and as he was stepping over some grass the snako struck and hung on so tliat he had to pull him Courier felt pains shoot over and started for over a mile He became sick and was obliged to lie but he got up again and went When he got there his body was his throat nearly even with his his eyes nearly and he could hardly Fortunately the boys had been instructed what to They gave him a dose of saturated the wounds with and sent for Ken Abel and other They gave him all the whisky they could find with ammonia in and got up a Then they applied turpentine and ammonia until he was out of danger and able to get Oaccr Placefor a One of tho most unique sights I have ever seen on my said Arthur of New is the old conrt house in I was in the town the other and my attention was called to a full grown the curious thing about this tree was that it didnt grow on terra but on the tower of tho court The tree sprouted years ago from a crevice in the bricks of tho and it devel oped year after until now it is a foot or more in circumference at the It is one of tho most curious tree growths I have seen It will have to go for the county is going to construct a new court It seems a pity that it cannot be for it is a fine specimen of erratic trea Com mercial A That DoTouril Ilard Have you ever gone across the inlet with a yachting pariy andseen Smiths shaggy haired dog He is the most extraordinary shaggy haired dog that you will ever He eats hard Billy now That is what yon and you flip him a five cent and he it down like a morsel of Of course every body who goes over there in a sailing party liijs him five cents for the fun of seeing him swallow and they swear tc me that on Wednesday lie ate all City An Instrument of At a picnic of the Union choir at Deacon Curtis an old piano which stood in tho parlor attracted much at tention from its having been manufactured in years It has six with drawers in and is the property of one of Curtis Frank Putnam Asitwas played upon by several of tho voung peals of laughter greeted dul cet and it was unanimously de cided that even Charles Jennings good musician that he hardly keep in tune with its variable That Aliulcu An American officer in Alaska has res cued a bright Indian boy from and proposes to take the lad to San Francisco and there make of him either a lawyer or a This shows a very level If theboy turns out to be of the poor aud pious sort make him a but if ho shows a desire to be the first native born Alaskan to go to congress educate him for the troit Free Potatoes In Her An Auburn woman is said to have hung up a calico in the pocket of which was a a year Sho did not use the wrapper till one day last when she discovered a whole hill of in herr There were isevcn or eight perfect little Kennebec A Yachting Rich uncls affectionately My as you are so fond of going out yachting with the young I have bought you a yachting which I bad made to Pretty yon sweet old uncle What lovely ma teriall But what is all this stuffing around the shoulders Uncle seutentionsly Good Tho Great Of cases of bcrof ula and other blood discuses are and therefore dllUeult to cure But wo wish to state In the most em phatic manner that Hoods Sarsaparllla Taoen cure scrofula In every The most severe too terrible for description havn yielded to this medicine when all others failed Ifyou suffer from Impure Moral In any WRIT tatn Hnnra way THE GENUINE i Johann Hoffs a Malt rrho best Nutritive Tonloln all cases Mal nutrftlon In Cou by ail Tru throughout EISNBE HENDBLSOH Sole e sayu t uiyou KingsIjf dona for and my piirislitoifers thought could Hvo onljra few I took five bottles of Krijfjs New Discovery ana am sound and gaining 2C pounds In Manager Loves Funnr FolUa Aftera thorough trial and eoiivluclng I am confident Kiugs Sew Discovery for cures when everything Thegreat est I can do my many thousand to them to try irew trial bottles at Henrys Drug Regular and Daae will yoii consent to be my umpire through the game of I am the third girl I know you have proposed to this on third And ho flew out like a Arfilcu Blilve The best salvo In the world for cuts salt fever chapped al skin and posi tively cures or no pay It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money Price 25 cents per box Por at Henrye druse Rtore MA i FROM When an infant my body broke out all over with an eruption or which became more aggravated as I grew Every noted physician in our section was tried or consult When I came of age I visited Hot and was treated by the best medical but was not When all things had failed I determined to try and in four months was entirely The terrible Eczema was ail not a sign left my general built arid I have never had any rfcturaof the Una Tieztue cm floud and Skiu Diseases SWttT SPECIFIC CO TOE HAWKEYE will 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