Burlington Hawk Eye, November 7, 1890, Page 2

Burlington Hawk Eye

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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - November 7, 1890, Burlington, Iowa THE BURLINGTON HAWK-EYE: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER ♦, I THE IIAWK-EYE. Extend ms Second-Class Mattir iii the Postoffice at Burlington, Iowa. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Dailv Edition, -    -    15    cents    per    week. W» ekly Edit ion, $4 per year. Address all matter for publication to lite Editor, and business communications to The Rawk-EyiI Co., Burlington.Iowa. EASTERN OFFICE. No. 150 Nassau Street, New York—8, S. Vrcohue!. Manager. made the suggestion. The want of tittie prevented complete action. Another way to deal with the landside is for the democratic free trade papers, that falsely sail under republican colors, to unmask, show their true colors and not lead the people astray under falsi pretenses. Coal I school year. This may appear like un* I warranted prohibition, but with tho well I known tendency of scheolmarm's to 1 marry al short notice the school directors I must be pardoned, when they provide j against sudden departures. it is a blessing that the election excitement is all over, and that business may has already been shipped from proceed as usual this country to England, aud the London Nctcx expresses the opinion that its exportation to that country from the American mines will soon become an important branch of industry. IHE VV FATHER IV Ii Mi It Wuk Yesterday arui Indication* for fo-I)ny Specie! meteorological report to The Hawkeye by the I intel States signal service. November I SJH). Otis e r v ii-tions taken at Ha. mw en-irai time at the following stations. Bismarck .. Omaha.Neb Kansas City. St. Paul____ La Crosse.. i ti ie que .. Duv .mort. K< k ik ... Hi 1. mis... j Change d v. ’ z. ET -* in Last 5; -I 2 24 Ii" u rs — - *t K I ~ ---- — —■ Sc A — — : 5 c ft ~ ; c ' a ■ — » “5 »..*) ll .. is N E Cloudy • it),14 j 8 N Cloudy I» ' 32 . la N P’ty Ci’dy ;9 MI fit: 2 Calm F ly Cl’dy ; io.tr. 32 .. I 8 .N K I Cloudy ■ 1.11 .. N E Cloudy 42 4 E Cloudy 29 90 42 2 E F t} CIM} z * 88 53 i .. s W • Cloudy 29.98 fit; 14 8 W Cloudless bt ♦ go of watt r in the Mississippi River.—St. Paul, 2.2, fall. 0.0. La Crosse, 3.9, fall, 0.0. Dubuque, 4.7, fall, 0.2. Davenport, 3 2, fall, 0 4. Keokuk, >,4, fall, 0.2. St. J. dis, T.*>, fall, 0 2. KAIN OII SNOW i OOI KR Washington, Nov. 6.—For biwa-Light rain or snow, cook ^northerly winda;coid wave in southeast. For Illinois—Fair, followed by light rain in northern portion; cooler; -variable winds; cold wave FRI DA Y, NOV EM BER 7, 1890. The name of Senator James I-. Wilson continues to be mentioned in connection with the vacancy on the supreme bench of the United States. TUE MAIS CAUSE HF DEFEAT. The defeat of Tuesday being a general one all over the country, there must have been one general cause. Local reasons may have contributed here and there to help the democrats. The school-law agitation in Wisconsin and Illinois hurt the republican tickets in both these states. Nebraska republicans suffered from the fact that the vote on prohibition was coupled with the vote for congressmen and state officers. The Farmers’ Alliance, the majority of whose membership is recruited from the republican wing, brought about the great falling-off of the vote in Kansas. Other causes helped th** other -ido in other sections. But the main cause of th** crushing defeat, which is as unexpected as it is general, is the delay in the passage of the McKinley hill. Had It been pa--*'*! a month of two earlier In the '■.•-.-ion, it would have been greatly to the advantage of th* republican party. 'I ne law is a highly meritorious one. It is, despite all that was said against it, tin best, the most just and equitable tariff measure that has ever been passed, it is a measure that will prove a blessing to the whole country, to all olasso- of our citizens, and mostly to those who, by the deception of the democratic press and party were most incited to oppose it, the laboring classes. It b a law that has come to stay. It is a protective law, and no matter how much it may be amended or changed as time goes on, it will retain its protective character as long as. the wages of labor in this country are higher than they re in Europe Already, although not yet operative In all Its proc -ions it proving Itself to be all that its framers claimed for it. The marveiou increase of business since its passage, the marked activity in the manufacturing industries of the country, the fact that labor is in greater demand than it hasbeen fora long time aud commands better wages-all these facts are testified to a- true from partisan and non-partisan sources and therefore go unquestioned. Tile McKinley law is and will soon proof itself a blessing. But the people were not given time to inform themselves fully about the new measure, or to watch its influence in trade and business. Instead of three to four months, only four weeks were THE DEC xiY OE TUE MECH AS IC. An article in a recent issue of the Aye of Steel calls attention to the fact that skilled mechanics, in all that the term implies, are hard to secure, and tin* demand far exceeds the supply. One of the causes lies in our modern methods of industrial education. The sub-divisions of labor for the purpose of increasing production, have seetionalized all skilled industries; that is, each mechanic lias his place in alignment, and knowledge and experience is confined to that particular branch. It is true that tile specialist is Indispensable, but in a long line of apprentices, if properly educated, there will be many who will acquire all the skill necessary to make them competent to grapple with any emergency that may arise. The apprentice who after a reasonable period of service, showy, no adaptability for his trade, should be replaced by another, and not be compelled to serve an apprenticeship and then be dismissed for Incompetency, for he has reached manhood and his opportunities for acquiring another trade are gone forever:    tie has com plied with all the requirements of trades unions; and in compliance with their laws and in sympathy for tile applicant they take him iii and afford him the same protection given to more competent men. In the unions there can be no discriminations, for where will the line he drawn? Hence many difficulties arise between employers' and trades unions amounting often to strikes. A trade is hest protected by the excellence of its workmen, but a man cannot be a iirst-class mechanic who is not thorough master of his trade; and the apprentice who graduates in a rut eau never become such. Educate the apprentices in all branches of trades, anti the results In securing good work and obviating strikes will recompense the effort a hundred-fold. Such education would be a certain solution of existing difficulties. Senator Sherman never uttered a truer sentiment than when he said in his recent, Pittsburg speech that it would be wise to take the appointive power from the representatives of the people in congress To compel a congressman to make recommendations for federal offices and thus virtually appoint them aud then to hold him responsible for all these appointments and visit upon him tile resentment and disappointment of those who vainly tried to get an office under and through him, I- one of the most unjust and cruel features of American polities. It is an unwise policy too. The representatives of tit** people would be much better law makers if thcv wert not hampered iii all they undertake to do by the demands of. and the consideration which they must necessarily pay to the applicant for office. A liberal reward will be paid 1 o the man who will give reliable Information as to who struck Billy Patter-on. American people with wise purpose and discernment want both parties and all Americans to have their share a,lid part in the conduct of the government. The people, do not want tile half of the citizens that form one of the great I political parties to have th*! carrying on I of th*1 government and the other half 1 that form the other party excluded as 1 though they had no interest In their I country and could not be trusted with I affairs. So the people, like a pendulum, swing back and forward b tween the two parties every two years. And so almost Invariably one or both houses of conure* arc given to *mt* party and the presidency to the other. A democratic congress now almost insures a republican pres! dent In ISIK. 'l'iie cholera epidemic in Spain due-not appear to be as extensive as it is fatal. Although about half of tho patients die, there had been, up to October 12, but about i,000 cases in the province of Valencia, the scene of its ravages, since the outbreak of lite disease. There is reason to expect, therefore, that the epidemic will not spread to oilier parts of Europe the republican orient diagnosis hind th* corr* 1 We hope that when doctors have found th*- ■ of the case thcv will also remedy fur it. It Is a great thing to constitute pipit lar government in a nation of sj\ty-iwu million people. The trust of Gov, foment K one of vast responsibility. How many voters, as they cast thei: ballot;., have reheeled upon im* magnitude and far-rea* bing consequence of the simple duty they performed? Iowa Still Number Ten, From Hie Sioux City Journal. Iowa holds its iii.ce as tenth slate in the union in point of population. New York *-111) leads the list, and Is followed by Pennsylvania. Obi., aud Illinois have exchanged places. Of the other changes in the list the most marked ar* those of Texas, which rises from No. ll to No. 7; Kent*;* ky, which drops from s to ll, Minnesota, which rise* from 2b to 20: Nebraska, which rises from 30 to 20; Maryland, which drops from 23 to 27; Colorado, which rises Horn 3b to 31; Vermont, which drops from 32 to 30; Wash-i ii ton, which rises from 42 to .34; Delaware, which drops from 38 to 42; Nevada, which drops from 43 to 40, and Arizona, which dtups from ii to Is. l ite a vet ag change in rank Is g 2 places. dosed and lh* i > tai k oi lh* We predict that there wi,i be a very joyful ring in Governor Boles’ Thanksgiving proclamation. The good effect of tile McKinley law on wages is already beginning to be felt. The St. Joe Lead company, of Missouri, and the Missouri River aud Bonne Terre company have advanced the wages of their 1,2.7b employes from IO to 15 per cent. The Berkshire Weaving mills at Frankford, near Philadelphia, have advanced tht* wages of their Isu weavers and 17u other workmen. 'File Newark pearl button workers have t< (-reused Scarcely are the pulls folks are already beginnln spring election. “Wilt we hear any more of rte- McKinley bm?" asked an old farmer v* sterday. “Y< s.” was the reply given him with a v rn i I * ■. “tint we’ll not hear any more of Kill McKinley." — /'Ca Moines bemire. Don’t la* too - ire uf that A i the democrats aud mugwumps cannot silence the voice of th* Ohio giant. Social Lawn tor iHrla. From the Ladle* Home Journal. You think til** laws of society art: severe. You do not believe that conventionality is a great sword held up, not to strike you, but to protect you, and you shrug your pretty shoulders and "ay, ‘‘I know I was doing nothing wrong, and I don’t care what people say.” Now, my d* ar, you must care what people say; the world is a great judgment court, and usually the Innocent and the ignorant arc protected by it, though occasionally some «»ne falling into th*: mire of scandal aud gossip, I* brought Into the court all bedraggled and disfigured, and the judge, nut t ing able to *>* e the virtue that i> underneath, decides against the victim, a, d til because sh** did not care what the world -aid. I .vKb you would thinkeven of the most innocent things. Sometimes I fear you think I am a little bit severe, but I have known so many girls who were mu thoughtless, yet so good, aud who only found protection in the sword of conventionality. It may hang over your bead, as did that ut Damocles, hut it t a* a warning. D will protect you from evil-speaking, from the making of injudicious friends, aud it will insure you much more pleasure than if all the world rail helter-skelter aud bi ame like a wild Irish fair day. Conventionality protects you, a* doe -the best mother frowning ai and forbidding nit only that which Is. but also that wbi Ii looks wrong. John Bull and HU Ooh. Secretary Proctor has received a present. of a new Enfield rifle* from the English government as a sample of the style of arm now in rho in tho British service. It is handsomely incused in a polished wooden box, w ith silver plates and corners, and lined with blue velvet. It is of the latest magazine pattern, thirty caliber, and weighs about ten pounds. The action is exceedingly strong and positive, Hie breech mechanism being thoroughly automatic. The magazine rn a sheet iron case half an inch thick aud about four inches square, fitting to th** under side of the lock. A gat- f lints it off it the well of the operator. ■ ■<» that tilt; gun can be used either ;; magazine* or a single firing ann. It is prw\ ided with a novelty in tho way of a long rang** sight designed to cover distances from 1,800 to 55,OOO yards, but the ordinary sight is not considered as finn tis that iii lino *>u the American Springfield rifle*. The cartridges unshaped somewhat aft r the design of the famous Lebo I cartridge, the leaden ball being encased iii a thin tJeel sheet for tho purpose of preventing tho distortion of Hie bullet. -Washington htar. The Pulpit unit Hie Hts**. Rev. I Al. Sh runt, pastor I bited Brethren ( bur' Ii. Blue Mound, Kl • ! it ii,>.* Out v to t*-n wha Au Italian’** Ingenuity. An Italian on tho riverbank has solved tho problem f pix t v his children an outing with lite I*? possible exertion to himself. Ho }J.v<-.-. his three children in a baby carriage, t<» the handle of which a rope about tw * aly feet long is tied. Tho bank behind tho lion o bus a gentle decline, so that a bn-k push from the father sends th* carryall flying down tile grade. When tlx* water’s edge is reached the vehicle s flight is checked by a cord. But the most remarkable part of the contrivance is the goat which Kan-a ay*; “I f**«*! it my Uuiv wonders Dr. Kine - New Discovery ha' done for me. My hint- were badly diseased, and my par! Limier- 'hough could live only a few weeks I b>**k ‘i '' boules of Dr. King's New D- every aim ain sound and well. goo," ?    6    pound in weight.” Arthur Lo***. Max co ** Los* t unit* Foil.? combination. Art!'-*:    “After thorough trial and * on . hieing evident < , I am eon (Lieut Dr. Ko.sr - New IJS-* every for conHU ni pilot, ie.'* ‘Ut ill, aud ■ ur< when everything ei-.e fail-. Tin est kinhin •' an do t, y many thou-and friend* is u nr: - ie rn to try it trial bolti*' ai Goo. I . Henry Slur**. Regular rizes, r,0e. and “ CREAM Maria, will : *• through Bu-* Ballist t<» he my in; lift V Maria Nut notch. I an* the third girt I know von h • vt* proposed to this year. Ba-* Ballist Left on Hor*!! And he Hew ont ilk** a eat. draws the contrivance back up the :n dined backyard. Tho amin I i.. *.u"h* to trot through a long hall ft ut one end of th** house to th*; other. I bu - the man can sit inside the rear <> rn i , r -: the hallway, away from :    * *'    *•*.- steer tho gnat by a well direct' d kick, while at tho same time the little ones are enjoying a delight!a1 toboggan bude amid tho refreshing breeze wafted across tho stream.—Springfield Republican. lf reports ar** true the demo* rail** “barrel” this year was th** size of a hogshead. lu view of the infamous Ohio gerrymander and th** fact that in off-years the republican' very seldom elect a- many congressmen us in presidential years, probably few republicans fell eontident of carrying lh* lower branch of conure--, but few al-o expected to s**e a i* sult quite so sweeping. Ex-Pr<*sident Cleveland Is happy Ile considers the result of Tuesday a-an equivalent to his owe nom;nation in 1892. Ai, Iowa Cruitlfth Story. From tin* Davenport Tribune * peculiar way to !ind water in a dry well was recently demonstrated near here. A resident it, the suburbs had a well dug deep. The well was completed and walled, but as dry as powder. I pen the suggestion of an old well digger, a half bushel of sail was emptied into ll;** well, and in a few days water rose to wit,Kin thro*' feet of the top. Th* vvell-digger accounts for this by saying that, after th* salt was thrown into the well, craw bsh - tented the -alt and made their wax from the stream in the ground to the ..tit, thus giving the well a living sir, an, it water from tin crawfish hole-. Bitten by a Moccasin. John Courter, of Manatee, Flu.. a-a bitten ou tho heel by a tune /asm s,. . .**. He was walking pa t Howard A: K* .-ncdy’s pond, amias ic.* was st*; ping *>v* r some gras3 th** snake struck him. ami hung on so that he had to pull Lim lo* >■**. Courter felt j tains shoot over him, aud started for home, over a mile away. II* became* sud: and was ••Mig*-*! to lie d*>v. n. but h*,* got up again and went none*. Wh n he got there h,- body was swola . . his throat nearly even with his chin, his eyes nearly sun:, ami he could hardly speak. Fortunately tho boys had be* a instructed what to d . They gave lain a dose of amnionia, saturated the wounds with it. ami r- ut for .Mr. Kennedy, Mr. AK-; and other Height.** r . They gave him all the whisky they ould find with ammonia in it, and got up a reaction. Th*-ii they applied tarp-1. .rn-and ammonia untill, was out of dane* r Uuevoi,’* Antlia sal*** Fhe he * .Vie in the world lur bruises, -or* - nice.'-, alt rheum, -ore?, (*-!/• ; hepped hat;*1 -. chilblain*"*, cor I!.- tr.u a •‘kin eruption-, and positive.y •ar**- po*;-, or ; > pay required. I- j /arnut* * *1 to give perfect, satisfaction or * ii.rv refund** ;. Urb e 25 cents per ,t Iff rv - drug -tore CH MA HO M ■ldhGOlJ Ile f [ac When an infant my Wly broke out all over with an erupt iou or rash. which beearn*.* more aggravated as I grew older. Every noted physician in our section u t- tried or consult •d When i can,* of age i \isite i Hot Spring-.. Ark , aiel was treated by the best rn* heal in* ii. but xx as not benefited. When all things had fade*! I determined to try S. S. S., ami in four moat I uus entirely cured. The terrible Eczema was ail left ; my general hi ha*, e never had gone, nut a si; heal tit bo it a; any    •    •;    l have now a full stock of \\ ooh Mantel inc, and Grates, including Club I Iou ( ha* diant, Peerless, Auld & dine and others, We Mantel and Grate Setter are prepared lo give bott* work promptly. GET OUR FIGURES BEFORE .st •anger Mille- Ti' in )T UT lr roil bu' wk-By* w receive and pun.,#*, id j lf* Ga: y edition Advert:*-,* .aunts und* rtbsv os- j -stied '.(-ids of “Warned,” "For Bale. "For | Rent. *. ic , at I »*ent p r w* .- I each Insertion. So advertised.* tit taken * >r .usa than 16 cent* ' .<■* ■ -;e    •••M-rt    .    >;i. A :u.tin », at-Lr-v.noons and nuKiixTt counted a* words. Terne • -AT— ami abl** to get up.- -Exehang* WMT!" Box *.'.*>. B \\ WANTED. r. <; d fe;. [peri enc AddfHw* it 'ANTED As and bon band nut cireu H Hit Vt I*. Uhs,- :;J its. lissy firm** want • r. cry where, perm anent!} --at *1 tier I0W*. AOF : PhFndeipnia. Pa. IL i T- .lr wag* - from 20 to 2.7 per cedi it is sal** tu say as to th*.* out* vJlii V the vote oil the constitutional conv* tion, that the “noes” have it, given from the passage of the bill till the day of election to learn all about it. This was too short a time to instruct the people on the subject. It was not too short, however, for the democratic opponents of the measure, who recognized the benefi.-lal influence which the bill would have un business and the corresponding io-s of adherents which it would cost t'n** democratic party, to make .t vigorous * unpaign of slander aud misrepresentation against it. Persistently. day after day. without lotting up an hour until the t ai** of voting—the democratic press tilled the minds of the people with a certain district lest the increased duties which tie* new law' presented for some articles would be followed by Increased prices of all commodities. “Higher prices"' and “down with the McKinley bill was the word and the battle-cry of the democratic leaders and organs, and hundreds of thousands of voters took it up and echoed it until th*1 voting time, who had never seen tho bill and were altogether Ignorant of its provisions. Had lls*' bill been passed three or four mouths ago, the operations of the new law themselves would have demonstrated tho falsehood **f all these charges; the republican pap<*rs and speakers would have had the opportunity to show up the utter roek!“ssness of the malicious attack.- up n th* measure, and just as strong set:: men; would have resulted in its favor a- was artificially created against it, It t- the dm ay in passing the bill which was a main cause of the mischief aud the republican senate p, to be held largely responsible for tics. A correspondent of the New York Press asked that paper to explain “how a manufacturer can afford to scil his wares cheaply and pay higher prices simultaneously?" In respond to which the Pres- makes th** following conclusive answer: Ask us si ittii th intr hard, I iii- ,s un easy urn.-. How is it that a paw nbr* kt r wants IO <*r 12 percent interest :i month, whiten bijr Lanker lends $.7,000,IM) at 4 per cent a y* ar And till the time the pawnbroker Is probably pay I mr one or two b. vs $5 a week each, while the big banker is paying his clerks $20 to $50 a wet k. The cli IT. rence is due to the fact that tin* man who does a great big volume of business can reduce the cost of each transaction, considerably by itself, and still make a big profit and pay good wag* s. it costs much I*— p* . ti ii it *usin< ss to do a large volume of business Honest democrat!* paper- take no mort stork I;, til** mugwumps that; do tit** ieouLlmau-. Iii*- Atlanta Cofixti- tuti ut -ays: Curl Schurz say# tn*-i* ar*' 11 in* - when it is ie s* t be on both sides id politics. Tie mugwump editors ar* now *-tigau**<i in lying oil both sides. Lets give the They were never d—t be' mo rals their din **r organized. i It <»I Kitoliion (ming Out of 1 rem tho Cincinnati Commercia G * *• to . It !- to be observed that the custom -.f exchanging elf :sive os cl:: alary • video*’* of friendship when women meet it: th** streets, is rapidly becoming obsolete. The women ire adopting the ma- Min. form of greeting tin hand-shake. and it a very dear friend indeed who re a kb- while on the str- *t- th* -*■ cav- of than a small one. This is an almost universal Saw of business. The home market places a certain volumeol business wit bin reach of t lit- producer when he is protect*d against foreign competition. His risks ar** smaller, and he can more safely increase the volume of ii is* business and r*--dticc the cost of the unit of Ii is production. This rule applies to all kinds of business and manufacturing. It Is a principle everywhere recognized among men capable of solving the simples* problems in mathematics. Hurrah for John IL.-k. z\ thorough inspection of export meats will he a great benefit to American farmers. It will give our meats a better reputation abroad, aud stop the unreasonable outcry against, them by interested parties. tint* of the Worst From the Co iv Ago Tim* s. One of th** most reckless campit.v: to be found i: a debauched press is *i statement that a prett> git-; ha- I. *en pelted from a Bos; m schc .i b**< an***- h beauty diverted th** attention of the I from their studies. “One ever se* Thomas Louse in Lr-town the cd! V* ti;"'. I kuit' I I * the curl on t that it ditln' on the t v. . , tree sprout in the brick oped year ; foot or mo: trunk. It i Ire* ♦ tru er I*litre for a Tnt if tho ra* st unique right i on my travels,” Kaid . .f New Y* “is the * * W > I have A rf ii u r d court JANTED—A r c a fast Be “.v**ry Own.rn-**, ho good pay. Addr* Iowa. *f v g* man to mg ie ta . ii. I trois at -.grit. wi irk and Keokuk, la-iMtf Im th I v* air th* re rn s on of .vvtbs I La* vc to fro f CO ti hoi c The foggy atmosphere during the last two day- Is owing to politics. Then is nothing els*- in th** air. erratic inertial fur i • rrri vvt ii i was in tue ani my attention gi nvn tree. Now, tnout this tree was on terra fir ma, but court house. The ago from a crevice tower, and it awel-a\ until now it is a rcumf. renco at the the most curious en anywhere. It however, for the • tnict a new court ■ t hat it cannot tx* fine fqiecitnen of Cincinnati Cum- UT ANTED place to A v c I a trod i, that agent# cut! > . I tit* holidays. in a hart Add reM at OI ll tee. Mas.-, ,.* party rn every g. ,df„ We have h • very house, and bt t w fen now and SH nr> el gT.T p *r irn’sh a ?eam •*. 1    V t I-    VV arc Co., Iud Anim J. 8. Scil non ( di a I * r u FOR RENT. >R KENT Inquire ie H 11-7*1 At * jlOK KENT x room J avenue. Em u ■ • I. ut I ag * on i i of ll, Ed. * iii! h Carib a rd. 117 dtf Lff1 * K REN r n .-ii. H. VV. I hill T - Light * venth a enden. ad: ut-. No. ti: jy residence. m-21dtf < Ll. LV i H r $i* $12 p* r RENT—Ho: s having flv p- r month and one with ii month. Apply at De y VU. ?r M: :1- cf \ aim rrmv \ii\i Dress Goods, J SILES i t i ip Vin,. i Mies, WWtf Stanley is coining to America to see what th** American people have In their pockets. He G rn receive $2,000 for ev. ry lecture. This -hows that American** are wilder than the Africans. Took Her Brother’* Advt** From th* Savannah News. A young !ady of Brunswick, Georgia, had -i\ offers of uiarriag** last wee! frow gentlemen who stand well in the city, hut oc* ash>nal;y take a drink at til*- bar. By her broth* r‘- ad vie* she refused then all. A flog Have yowl th a Vue Lh Smith’s most I nut Devours Hard < u*h. i ever pjune acre.-.4 th** iiile .’mg j arty and sea Mr. J. t. buggy laired dog.' He is the ruordmary shaggy haired dog DI)R HEN', s -r proven le ar street raiixvay, N Iuqulreout do* r t^aat. We con* J* that the tariff not giv** sound. the ejection tin-horn-, tin 1ms sweeter The man who neglected to vote on Tuesday, and then: ar** several of him. has no right to complain of results. But th** man who voted for good candidates An Indisputable Fart. From the Keokuk Gate City. John H. Gear is a splendid coner. man and pub!i* official all the same Nothing can change that fact. It will be interesting to see what tie-new house of representatives will do with “Czar Reed’s rules. Ten to one they xviii keep them in operation. who were defeated, may addn words to the stay-at-homers. f C VV \ * cy I ii kind. From tin- lichis, it, ■ .bt ll is the easle-t thine in the world fur a woman to feel religious when Ste- t,.. good clothes that you xviii ever see. Ile rata hard caah. “Bilh, Billy-, now then.” That is what you say, aud yon Hip him a five ct Tit un-tv. and he gulps ii down Like a ii. of meat. Of course everybody u h-1 g **s over there in a sailing part;. serin. int* ti, nick*: Un Ina i live cents fur the fun of I I'-xv it. and they swear to . Wednesday he ate $-7.30. all A ti..ut ic ( it v Letter A ii .ti Ala-, the election reports ar* liable than the weather r* pori- inore re 's oles. ss of Mi* Willard Reliable inc) complete return: probably be ready before Christum: win Many eyes are turning to an old-fashioned building in Washington that ha-some interesting historical memories clustering around it. It is the building in which William IL Seward was almost stabbed to death ny Rayne on the night of Lincoln s assassination, and in fiontof which General “sickles in J SGO shot tinman who had despoiled iii- home. in that house lives to day James G. Blaine, whom many view as the luau that better than anybody, can steor the republican ship through the present tumultuous seas. Bob Iugersob    quoted as saying that the next presidential contest lies between Blaine and Reed and that the republicans will win, no matte! who is nominated die i'be campaign is settled am weather oaght to follow its example. New England makes about the wurst showing of ah republican sections. A poor return fur the favors received at the hands of a republican congress And it remains true that there are a i great many cheerful liar- in this world. Wait a few months and you will hear the very fellows who hollowed so loudly against the new tariff, shout for it. The victory for Tammany in New York Is a black eye for ex-I’resident Cleveland. Tammany favors llii! and Is th*: sworn foe of Cleveland. I ho solid south is more solid luau ever. There i* one outcome of the election In Chicago that must he greeted with satisfaction. Both republican- and democrats there voted for the issue of five millions of bonds for world's fair purposes, and there - no doubt now about the success of the great enterprise. ’■net but determined prop* -cd constitutional which the proposition was embodied, but fortunately not great enough to d<*.V,i* ; ho measure. The amendment being adopted there seems to be no further serious obstacles way of the directors There was soon opposition t‘ th. amendment, n plans. to execut. in the Their Tho * r tim lection^ s over. But that stealing *' to four thousand republican tickets wa> a nasty piece of business. Blaine That is Du* eel .nit ol a had TO DEAJ WITH THE LANDSLIDE. The Chicago Tribune advises: There are two ways in which to deal with the pres' at land- :') . One is by the president cauinv cong;-. ^ together the 5lh of March s.. : a .wiiiK th.* in '.v* house to have its free iiau. wa*, v inch would lie followed b> a pop. lear 'cxuN.,-,. Hie other is by doing away v;.ti Nu h:n . > on ard adopting- Mr plan at ’ in* coming short st salon shortest and lust way to serape. Tim republican party cannet afford to aid 'he democratic party, by giving them un opportunity to mhk** mischief in an extra -* --Hun to has.* i. th* tearing down of what ha- be,.ti boil. up. Ti - regular session xvi:    com*'    -.vt; enough and g the demo. ram house the ippor'tinity demonstrate us incapacity “adopting Mr. Blain* s p]un,’: Beans in congress iou. rh, to act according that intention ever In Missouri there is an institution (•ailed the state grand jury, and it made a rather startling deliverance last week. It handed ii. a report condemning the whole system of grand juries in unmeasured terms, declaring it to be a superfluous adjunct to criminal jurisprudence, opposed to the spirit of our institutions, a hinderance to justice and a means of enabling its members, if so inclined, to blacken the reputation of their fellow-citizens. It is but a few days since a grand jury in New York wa- in--tmeted by the judge, in very sharp I* rrus, that it had no business to Indict a man contrary to his instructions. The idea that th** grand jury is a superfluous relic of th*' past seems to be gradually getting into the minds of the poop]**. There is no doubt that it was a most beautiful election day. If the weather had been mad** to order it could not have been any finer. And yet — Texas seems to have gone democratic. There is a big republican majority in Pennsylvania yet. It will come out as soon as Quay tak**s a back seat and does not atternp to lead. And it looks now, as if it may be a fight over again iii ISirj between Cleve-land and Blaine, providing that Governor Hill permits Cleveland to be nominated. The project of a continuous line of /atis from New York to St. Petersburg is so far advanced that the problem'of crossing Behring straits D already being considered, it is settled that the rest of the line is quite pas.-ible. but crossing the straits presents a difficulty. The recent statement that the depth of water and character of the bottom are favorable to a bridge does not seem to meet with entire acceptance. Speaker Reed will not preside over th** I next congress, but be xvii! speak iii!*. * You hot! Iu th** words of one of the old Bay state poets:    “Massachusetts,    God for give her, she’s a kneeling with lite rest.” 'Fills is an “off' year surely w .    I'.    I The eau leg ram ad.lt Is Humanity. The annual c. :.v. ntion of Tenness-. occurs th!*- w* * k at McMinnville Dr. Kau Bushnell ba- b* * n appoint* an evangelist for th** world’ \V. U T I The Sacramento, California*, union . •* to build a temperate-** temple cost;* • $ 12,000. Mi-. Helen M Cougar raised nearly "bob for the suffrage campal** it South Dakota. The \V. C. T. I . of Santa Clara, < .v!i-fornia, support a free reading room atar) expense of SIS;*. Dr. Joseph Parker, of Lu. J strongly opposes th** use -J . r.* *-i **.i wine at communion, Miss Ida I iothier. national organizer, has returned from work in the western states and territories. The W. GT. I’, of ban Jacinto, Col., secured one hundred new members on membership crusade dav. At Dei ut a teution fr manuiact it ha - six >;n I .rut of Torture. to ut the Union cb .r at - turin, un old piano which pari or attracted much atli* antiquity, having been I in 1740—lob year- ..go, a itll drawers in front, and ii* th*- property th one of Mr. Curtis’ brothers. Mr. Frank Putnam. As it wa.-pUycd upon by several of tho young Ii, Ii* i. j*. als of laughter greet I its dulcet ( • tunes, an ! it \, us unanimously lo ct lied that von Mr. t aa; >* J, r ng> good musician that lie i coni i i.ardlv keep in turn with it —Marl bor* • Mass.) j variable ii lerprisc. •ar moev. I coit* aru an 14,44 c: r ut D it modern in:-! carriage home?, v»* and Avenue. Wiaivr. uvr*tt f Laces Cis iff ti kb. ¥ very cb a; JOH RUNT—Roo;. -    - in , .‘.r at Hawk-Ey Bi st ca re, bushie*,*? utile*' :d- rdtf ;i)K SALE-'' ' irins. FOR SALE. im:* n lit HoSitiv, w? * laaerneaT, Parasols. tit IR SALA Sic Hiiti tin flus.ne*—.. M, 7l jUo’.t A i K ♦ - ti !.X < i i A N * i r: i n I .DIM tine ol the b.--t ; ay;- i    . ,[| g. nth- * ast* rn I wa. \*‘.ir«" vV.” . ure Burlington Hawk-Eye.    10-2SM12t* K JOH BALE At agr* Hamljomc grounds, i2>’ or I-deep. rar*> siia ie . r- u Hiid quire of F. J. Iii ani, TUB L h i ■ ' rvid* r. room th Hit!. 12' I eel i. En- MOS'EY TO DOAK. M • INKY—To inn* - ion bee, opposite P igtotfle* in L M ONLY TO LF*AN in vc at leis. * barneys and wagon*, and t_7 -a re farm. s.-vt ii mile* t Krill weal ut It., .ogu o. \ - r aer**# aouthw -st * ‘ Ii; n;Rg • . A . ' r a e r exchange for t w* pr<vp-. rt>. Terms . .my Also a No. I new bullae <>t *»even amu s torrent, cor >ier Third and * sr-st atr****- Inquire •<* lh I. Dank* urb, N    North    Main Str- ; Lion LADIK- F ca! Pl Ha. the tnt ix years the unions in North Da le. kola have Increased from three to 102, with a membership of 1,000. Regarding alcohol General Von Moltke says:    “A    healthy    man    needs    no such stimulant, and to give it to children, which in often done, L. absolutely wicked.” I ba * A lunk a i i lid An Att: ric.un officer in Alaska has re cta d a bright Indian boy from torture, and propose- to take the la*! to San Francis; >, and thoro make of him either a law} r or a missionary. This shows a very level head. If tho boy turns out to boof the poor and pious sort make him a missionary. But if ho shows a desire to be the first native born Alaskan to go to congress educate him for tile bar.—Detroit Free Br* . VVI r AND VV ISDO>I first person to turn dial! How 8arn 4 Urk Kxpmina It. From the Keokuk Gate Pity. You ask what caused the general loss to republicans everywhere. We 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 election does not carry tim congressional election following. In the last case where a party carried a presidential election and then th* congressional election following it lost the next presidential election. The democrats elected Cleveland in 1884 and carried congress In 1886, two years inter, but it cost them the presidency In 1888 and the Gme City said at the time it would. The fact that American politics works in this way is the reason Grover Cleveland said a few days ago that lie hoped the republicans would carry congress now, lie j thought it would give the democrats a ’ far better Mot her Eve was th over a new leaf. When aerial ships com** in wt have fly time all the year round. ^ “It’s very hard,” sighed the gas-meter: “I always register, but I can’t vote. Me may differ in this world, but when we get to the cemetery wt ar** all on a dead level. It- is a glorious thing to resist temptations, but it will be money in your pocket if you avoid them. When you see a boy with beautiful, long, yellow' curls there i- very little doubt as to who is the head of the family. “Why do they call Datti a diva!” asked Mrs. Tangle. “Because she gets along swimmingly,” replied her husband. The man who is always looking for pointers instead of relying upon his own judgment is apt to go to the demnitlon bow-wows. A Grow iiif; I'otat****** in Her Docket. An Auburn woman is said to lave hung tip a * alloo wrapper, in tho pocket of which was a potato, a year ago. She did not use th*' wrapper till one day last week, when she discovered a whole hill of potatoes in lier pocket. There were seven or eight perfect little tubers.— Kennelled Journal. yachting Costume, i; ifTec tionatelv)— My dear. Rich untde as you are so fond o: going out yachting with the young men, I have bought you a yachting com nine, which f had made to order. Pretty Niece ^ecstatically)—Oh, von dear, s w, *•: old uncle! What lovely material! P* i what is all this stuffing around th chou biers? I Tmh (. cut- ntiously)-—Cork. —Good News > N LY—Dr. L* due’s French remedy, ac: menstrual fcystee . and , re ?upf>r- <- u fr v. •vhAievc- i (*u?r. t\ t• m* - •    »: i’Ueee pills should not * taker: di.- o* urei. nancy. Genuine by ma. |r;- ct J for lr., u. •.*»•**    u...... *»,,» 3FGE3STTS We make a specialty managim.” pr *p* rty. R.-al KhioI** »..<* q I rf.. I r* nt colloetliiK end ■illKer dc Krttl.-tt, * -.*ni«.    J elf ere* in *n «/**r iiiDU CATION AR. ELLIOTT’^ BURLSNfirOtl rn Bcf: equips Full ess Trmaiaa icioci in min For %    of    ponmoo^fp,    cr    ftnhor    *tn—    *vv O    a    -v^r.    MULIOTT. Private School ’ui A- ii* r< (un it mav be ii Utile early it. the dav f i talk about it, but if the republican- want to win it: ’92, they had better begin t*. load their guns ricut now. i    vnyc.    til    if I I;1' Hi* v: SI UCC Mr "ll * . .•    ’    I..id H a i *- ec-j The school directors iu Cherokee In this Matt; have ordained that teachers |)u*t nut ag rue lo marry during the chance to carry tho pres!- , deutial election of 1892 for the democrats I inK*‘” Wr* Benedic not to win this election. That is the • make lu r mad.'’ universal rule of American politics In lSun the republicans carried the presidential election and for twenty-four years they carried the presidential y-ar and the democrats carried apart ft oui the war aud the fight with Andrew Johnson cvory congressional election in between the man who lias been swindled in a bucket-shop transaction may not i*\actly want to die, but he feels a good deal like kicking the bucket. Mr. Youngman (after long thought)— “Is there any way to find out what a woman thinks of you, without propos (absently)-—“Yes. I ii** Great Majority of c.iflcs of scrofula aud other blood dlKoasca are hereditary, and therefore difficult to cure But we wish to state in the moat positive, emphatic manner that Hood’s Sarsaparilla'docs cure scrofula in every form. The must severe ca*es, too terrible for description, have yielded to this medicine when all others failed lf you suffer from impure blond in any way* you tai.'** WnmVfl HsrsHUsHlla ba rile do. “Do you not feel the eloquence *»t lure here on this glorious crag?" murmured. “Yes." he answered, -q The mountain’s peak ”. “Talk about man breaking his I . ar j said an old lady, “Well, perhaps he does, I lint it ’a I: L-nub" m    t    ,    presidential    year.    I    claws—another sprouts out a; once aud The principle seems to be that the1 but it’s Eke a lobster claws—another S[ grows in its place reaking one of his THE GENUINE Johann Hoff’s Extract. /    ,Iho hest    Nutritive <    Tonic in    H11 ct*,-a or Dyspepsia, Malnutrition in Convalescence, l*ul molt ary and Throat —,    —_    rroublo.    Indorsed by an physicians throughout the    eivilt-«*,t world. There is “nothing just aa Kood" w‘h,*n > nu can obtain the Genuine article which him ti,* siRnature of “Johann Horr" on tho neck *»t *.very little. EISNER & MENDELSON OO., Sole Agents. 6 Barclay Street, New York. MISS HARRIETT F. GRIGGS Of Brookline, Mass., ha* opened v is    opcuod a br vail school for boys and girls, on South Hill at til eorn. ro Sn rn,req and Angular «t" eU, an*l to con* cr w*tu par«>nt*astn n... nils and to answer any inquirl,** si by permission to C*>f. Geo. H H gl de*.ft «n*t A It Hxwkinu pan ntaaato pu-8he refers *?‘c. H. B. rn VALENTINE’S SCHOOL OF TELEGRAPHY leaches it* students a trade and then starts them :n railroad service Sent! for circulars. VAI.KNTINK DUDS . danutviiie, WI*. d »**    »4    QI    >    r\    w Fiflbiel! I cd I I I I AVO *J»C> * ans i jtx.DIK'S. C ALI. JUK I vS j . DONAHIE A, ii iii OI HANXiIaEri -HO; i Ii G ll I j * I’ i ii the City and Solis Ti c*rn - YOH VV ILL IN-':L RE FRUMP* cot ar: v tern pet* v F Telephoning No 36 / -o- -c- -o- -o- O- -o- UNION HOTEI CHRIS. GEYER. Proprietor. Situated facing th*; depot. Three street ra wsy< to ai; parts of the city pass it* doors. PILGER GROCER CC Wholesale Grocers, Aysnu for FOUNTAIN md OLD CONGRESS Tobicco SriLw-- I Ham* md Draakfa*! Ba con hare no * JAS. W. SMITH KB —MANUFACTURER DF -. Cp/\GKEpS apd Dealer in Foreign Fruita, Nuts, Etc., and Agent for Area*;’**: 'va:cr. A#cnt for The Dit*h: Flrewcrks Co. Gmfx '229 anil SRI Smith Thirr? ami RIO and SH Hi Milo    1 "care now selling gat fur from *1.80 to *’2.00 net per thousand feet. according to quantity consumed, if pftid before the tenth of the month. The rat** fur g:is stoves ami , gnu*, from now on is Bo p,r thl,Usand fee . We put in a is,, vices llt c„st am, fur_ " " I T'\v ) !m 7T fr,'°’ °ur office is light* d with the 'V * isba. b incandescent gas lamp. it gives 50 per cent. more light than the urinary uurner with same amount of ga-. Call and Bolxo-Gaian. Bottled. Bee THE FINEST AND PUREST IN THF MARKET I" tho ‘Original Package. Darfc of the city. ~ J ' FLKAMAnY -iTKRfcT TttLUFHONK No SS Delivered at your roaM^ncc In pints or quart**. Orders protsP-- MARTIN Mi'IH.' BCmiSCIOS us UCBI co.. ii 11 WASHINGTON ST. PBOSPEGJ HO°sE| CHRIS. BONN, Fropnetor.    p,    . ff'tty between Division    I .atSl.•^^2HN»TON, IOWA. _ Main St! ;

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