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   Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1894, Iowa City, Iowa                                VOLUME 3. IOWA CITY, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1894. NUMBER 26. J. IS. CAUDER, Physician and Surgeon. Ofccpl.uurs-Slol? a ji in. Tc-lujil.one -OWcc No- residence Attorneys and Coiinnallors at Law- Motioy to LOUJI lu Uiryc orbinull amounts, IOWA UrrV, IOWA. OPk't! llrny ,Htnn-. torjJvJ- ClIAS. liAVRII. The Iowa City Herald PUB1EHED ElrERT WEDNESDAY KOiWIXQ. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. If iinld In ii'lviiiKC.......73 cenis ]icr ulin If IKIL In unn OFFICE. 221 WASHINGTON ST., I X L Blciuk. Souond Floor. b. H. SPERRY, Publisher. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. BALL. Attorneys at Law. IOWA CITY, IOWA. tiitlCj Vnhlle. ici Loan. t-CuniLT iiinl Clinton Sts. aclicc In Ihe scvenil Conns of lotvii. TKA J. ALDBU. (Successor to Hon. E. Sillier.) ATTORNEY AT LAW, N'oinrr I'nblle. Will tiTBCIifii iJi Stitt and U i-.Courls, :UlCiui 10 pioljatu busline [iirnisli nlmr.ieisof title, Imy MIX! t-ell jvu t-slfilf, iiKLkcuoilt-ctlojjb. etc. OlHcc on Col JCKO street, first of OUntoii. TkR. S. A. OHEN, Pliysiclan and Surgeon. Ofiice and 29 Marti son St. Office to 12 it- SaruKloSp.m. CiUsliirLly urcutiuliy promptly alien Jed ilayornldil. M'JttNLEY 7 A' There is nnicli CoverntJi1 visit to Minnc- ]Ktlis where he. ;iddreaped the Vomit; I en's Republican League of tlint tnle. Ttie giithcriiig was n very enthusiastic.one tiiul dcle- ;ales from every clnb in tlic state verc present to lisleti tti tlic words of lie grout- oralor from t-hc Buckeye itatc. Oiovcrnor McKinlcy spoke Irom ,hc Eiinie plat-form upon which lit K vlicn lie presided Liver the tireal un- .iuiiiil convention that, rcnominated General Harrison. IMs address was ill that could expected: timely, jrllli.ini and most. cnOiusiasLIc The present imlk'ulmns arc lint he will be the standard bearer of tlie rcimbUcan party in I8SG. TVK.J.C. 8HRADEK. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.. i-O'Jlli OSnlQii Ftrcct- Office hours from p to li u. m. ar.d 1 t p. iij. TJK. A. C. PETERS. f p- office ovci llocrticr's D I Office lloiiis-10 to K ii.in.. 1 I T to B t. m. IK Floie. in in. in, D R. A. WOOD, DENTAL ROOMS, H2-.4 Po'.nlj Ollnloii Sited. IOWA U1TV IOWA. Patience anil Pensions PHEVAlUl Washington Letter. IFrom our regular eorrespointenl.1 WASIII.NOTON, March ao, 1894. Kxcitement is running high In Con- ross. Presirlent Cleveland has dis- leased many inllucnttal members of is party who claim that they bad a ght tu diltcrcnt treatment Pension nl i lie of ll i it 'i i. AW AS   ABEL BEACH, ;.7J iHtl.it If you. PIANO, ORGAN or o-tHsr MUSICAL MERCHANDISE of the very iX'St ipiality a.1 reasonable jirlcc-s call at llic Music STORE OF MUSIC Tluirfnwli Inslrudion on Or uiui, Vtoliij, Hanjo, l-'lnto, Mnnduliii, elc., Idlest Hliccl Music in uliuntJuticc. CORA R. FflACKEK, Ojllotfc St The RaniDler Bicycle Is in I lie front this year willi the .1 Tire. Call or fon-aia- Weighs from 1U tn-ln iKilllills. WILL JiE ITK FATJS? it is iiuich too early to judge the fsitft of tlie bill now pend- ing and winch came up for discussion in the senate MonOay last, It is vcrj Lhattlip cumitry fo svveml months continue in very nincl the saiuo state as at present. Ttii vole on measure will not probabl> Ix; reached for some time :ind when i does tlie bill will bnvc KJ luck t the house wlierc sciuite ajnend luenis will It is nion tlian likely after Hint there will be ccmTerence committee (if the t-w liousci and when llicy ihror.f' will) it will there be enough left o tlic original lo be TU HtL-asuro InjR lirouglit nuirc discdssio bot h pro con and more thorough! criticised and changed thun any bi of its nature ever [iriistiiled to coi '...._ ;.s rr THK Can It in any way bcconslmcd that ic aikli-LSiuf CJovcninr McKIulcy at last Wwliicsdiiy evening Itic key note of Ihc cmiyressinnal that will follow Uiis faH. tbu ijEx-jiileiitial two cuss licnrc? Thero can be itui as in Llic policy of (lie fei-ubliciaii .srty. It will take up the it fongliL hirMi stronjity fnr tUJriy- re years, ami yet it is to be hoped on more moderate ground tin tlic UirilF (iic-stion.There is unqtication Liutiliat he pany williake HP the ijolu-y of n csLoratlon of adequate protect ion vliicJi has its in the dcnio- ctatic wiili the (lirernl results low the jKOiiie in Llie face. rjieronyrcssioiKil will soon be on and the uncertainty of the WEI. eon bill which will undoubtedly be on ic rngt'cd cdyc for months will give llic republicans a very strong link) in ttie hearts of the ponple. frivorahlc lo strongly republican congress in the next session. While may be siinntsing a way ahead it is only facls already adinitluil by some ot thr: lending in thn (lernocratic rnnks. It is true that slump sinkers on the reiiublican side from now on will make of the issue: all there is in it. _ T1JE STATK IlKfilkrJJli. Tli roue h tlm courtesy of Ihe piihli shcr of the fitutc IkyMcr, iuiin> of mir .siib-criherri will rucfivu saniiile copies of the Itajhtcf ibis week, ami as sotiii as we arrangr, iho rest of o-.ir r-s printed '-vill send r the bland bill for tbo coinage of seigniorage at his hands. It is to repeat llic threats card on all sldcsj because such Urcatsarc not really fuetorsin fnturo 'tlJslutlun. The situation that cquircs calm considcnitlon on the of UIOFC .who arc in a position to ontrol future legislation and that an only come after the excitement ms hud time lo exhanst itself. Ts'oth- ug is uvcr-aeconipliPhod in Congress jy oiT half-cocked; therefore he longest-headed and most 'ativcmcn arc laying low andsayintf Senator Pcfftr is tiutcrmlnod that he lUltniiustralion shall issue no more bonds witbrmt evprcss authority from Congress, if he can prevent 1t-j and, as be first step towards prevention, he KIS introduced a resolution, directing the Finance committee to prepare a bill repealing all laws authorizing such issues. Senator Kyle has published n letter lenying a published interview that made him say he endori-ci.! Coxey's army. He calts Coxey's scheme a silly one that cannot possibly accomplish loy result. The other populists n Senate and House asrrce with him ind want it distinetly understood that they do not endorse either Coxoy or hibartny and that the popullsia as a party liavo nnthing whatever to do with it. A unique delctrntlon in ttieshapn of forty women, mill workers fnim New Knyland, arc in WashlnRttm for the purpope of iimtostiny against the tariff bill ,is it now stands They want a hearing before the Senate Finance committee, but as that com- mittee denied hearings to all appli- cants before the bill was reported to the Senate, it is by no mcuns certain that they will succeed in getting it. The 'Nicaragua canal scheme is The House after wasting a week be- cause tlic democrats could not muster 11 quorum of tlicir own to dispose of several contested nlectton cases tbid week, s'ticcecdr-d in yetting a and business was'icsumcd. Judging, however, by the past, the tiuoram will not remain long, more shame to the absentees. Tlie- Senate cojmnittee on Foreign Relations made quick work of the now Chinese treaty, which was Ihis week favorably rcixjrLed without aineud- incnl. Tliere seems lo he no doubt of its ratlllcatlon. COIirjTED IBIEFLY. There are dealers whose one occupa- tion seems to be to see how high they can eleuate prices without their cus- tomers discovering it. WE take the opposite way and use all endeavor to make our skill and experience saue you money. We to yiue our custo- mers a good article for a low pric. Note our price list and The legislature adjourns this week. Now that tlic law is modillcJ will it be in forced. The [owa senate agreed IIIKIII a con- densed form of resubmlssion. Congressman Wilson Is outorclanifor but his bill is slill on the niyged edyt Dc.s Molncs will lose her mile race track. The buildings yo Gales- burg, 111. Cherokee was selected on the four- teenth liallot as the location for the new insinc asylum. More free coinage bills on deck --nn outgruwth of the President vetoing the rneasurc. One good clause in the Martin bil is tliab all screens shall be tnken awaj and no back door allowed in the shanty. now is when is a prohibi tion law, atut a [irnliibilion law Give il up. For further particular enquire at tlie slate house. President Cleveland Dland Ijill on tlie gn .vetoes Oi mnil that i would business, and rctar the resturatlon of confidence. Five thousand people hand with Mclvinley, the groat npnstlo o to inning in Con-1 prcicctiun, -i( hjs im'eting iji Mlnm ifpolis last wenki Holl. .Jftlm D. Yeoman, of Sioux Cily, jsucceeds the latu .Inrtgc MclMII in the Interstate commerce ooinniLs- grcSs. .VI least lliat is Hie expecla- tion of those who favor the bills now being considered by the Senate couv AN OCCUPATION, e Winter Wheat Flour, Splendid, XXXX Patent, -Ugh Patent, Flour, orn Meal, One sack .90 l.OO 1.O5 .90 Two sacks 1.7O 1.90 2.0O 1.70 .25 sales iniulo for Casli we present one bur of Soap with one sack and three bars with two siickn, All Flour and Soup guaranteed first class. T. F. VANNEDOM 3 CO. FDR SALE AT BRICK MILL TELEPHONE 94 TELEPHOHE 90 LEE BROTHERS CO. 'J'rice only Ilcilierischnh. .Sold only hy W.I1 For Sale. 2 1-2 lots located on Iowa Aveimn, inprcvcnic-iits, third sample copies lo them also. the leading mil tee on Koreiyn Helations. There arc LWO one by Senator Morgan, of Alabama, and iho oiher.by Senator ilalc. of Maine, but Iti a.-i much as thi-y both provide that the U. S. shall inKi'ranlcoS-lUOjMKMWO Lu lie issued by Liu; dual company and onlydilTer lo minor details, they lire practically llic Fame. The Senate sun record in favor of the scheme, so hat it will not be surprising should the committee favorably ropott and the Senate pasi one of those ijills. ft will, however, require some rery slick work, to get it in.sight of pacing the Hunse. Hcpresenlativc Hatch says his anti-option bill will certainly pass the House and that he has personal know- ledge that five or six Senators who worked against tlie old hill will sup- port the new one. lie thinks the present bill UC-IHK a revenue measure, and not prohibitory like the old one, adds largely to its chances for becom- ing a law. Some western Congressmen do not hesitate to say that certain changes made in the tariff bill by the Senate com mitt oe on l-'i nances were made wii h the deliberate in ten (ion of tuns- ing the incoiue to he dropjifd from Hie bill, and that this miiiul- abmilwayof killing the income lux was reported [o Ijccituse the commit leu lacked the nerve openly drop it, preferring that it he done by vote of j the Senate. The men in the Ik.use irhu knnckcd I the slicliny sugar bounty put-by I'aUIck Wnlsli lias liccn apiioinleil frnalor from GcorK-ii the lutcSellillor CYilcimlL Willsli is erti- lor of Hit AiJLrusUi Chronicle, rrOnidcriLClcrchilKl IliK vctoeil llic Kliind measure, Uilicviuf Hie bill wuuM liuhlio fowl. Whn wouliln'l rallior nn editor tliari Thc legal publicallon of tlie Martin tuulcl law appeared in the state pa- IMjrs Tuesday morning and iKCame a law at G o'clock that morning. "Now let It he enforced. Wall 9. Paper and Window Shades FOR THE MILLION AT WONDERFULLY LOW PRICES. LATEST PATTERNS_____ CALL AND SEE THE GOODS, 24 CLINTON STREET, lOWftCITY. Merits (or Ihn BEST BICYCLES In the Maitet. Yiuior, Iliat Can lie Mnilo. Sylpli, Bounty fnr tlio Money.' Ovcirland. Stand-lliird Knocks. No. 1 Crescent -Warranted 1'urfucl. No. 2 Crescent Hoy's Wheel Mailu. Mo. a Orescent Girl's Wlicel Mario. 11 issurmissccl that should there be a lock McKinlcy and Reed, Allison of Iowa, is a possiblity. If we are not mistaken, Scncntor Allison Is a larilT reformer, and in that will capture the wcsl. in tlie __ vre.sl for Hie news of Ihc Means committoo in the original U ii- cluv lias no Its ;irc fun tiiriir hill have Ix-cn unttlnii their It sccnli just a lillie personal to call the IMstriul. of Cohlmbia "the of America1' but there avft t-iiitor.s mean enoogh to do anything. A is mil. willi Ksvernl liini- rheil from Ilnickciiridu'o's district askinir him that lie will allots' his inline to used :is a eandiilale for j congress. jfiilloivliiifllric-i, which Ui one if ils utterances arc nol to yonr liUiujr. you tlotrl have to mail lhal liut- wmilcl advise you to rend it. The [tie majority or Ihc Ikniso IVays anil j Hit- ivf. arc il j of the oralorsof ihe a for the of de- visiny n tlial wuuld Kelifllc :i liint nT tlieir uriposilinn to Ilio sugar sclicilnlc of tlic revised tar- 1'! L r to-, O Ir-c V ono l" j" illrte- tll0y lllcy 1, from 0ihcc. A, j line, anrl as we furnish toll, j covererl li. They propose put smnt n" n, ,r these year foroncdollar, on the regular legislative "i the xunnle. eare, j ami executive appropriation hill pro- tocall at all low.i Avenue. Fine Building Lots for Sale. '1'wclvo fine. Hiiildinif I-ots for Bile. Fanners or ntliere lo retire slidtilil tsiiininc the above lols, sitiia- led in the llnest parl of the oily, which 1 am closing out at very low tiricr-A These lots will double In val- fillly, and if yon arc not. a subscriber vldlng for the reptal of tlic suyar toil come in, if ym are in arrears jiay bounty of the law, nnd they i in. iinlnin mm hand us a dollar and j express confidence that it will uasily lint il is a law and people r; id boar its e to vrhul my i nln iu-ur El po. Tlic Martin bill is beinjr oromly by the in and oiitstdo I lie IJkc ]Kjlitics semis to IKIVO tlift nf Hie arh'iirucht. BUTTER AND EGGS AT W.J.PICKE1HWS SPOT CASH STORE The Cheapest Place, in Iowa City to buy your Groceries, Hour, Shoes, Pants, Overalls, Shirts, etc. HijT new line of Men's How Klines at 6l.i.ri jciii-. A new line Klines. our pricus you buy Our Klonr sit Sl.OO si Hiick is very line. Try it. Uny 10 sacks and we. will GIVK you oue sack I-'IMC Califoi-hia Trimcs 13 Ibs il. Ciilifornia Dried only Jc: in one year. CJall on me at Kcnce Ollice and secure one of factory vviil send l-oillhe and Ihc i ]iafs Mouse, which has of politics should its eiifi-rce- Iliyhltruntycur. Itself on record as lavoriiic fron hivar i iimnt. _____ _____________r7 and no Ixmniy. The piutmscd amend- I is irientcannol IK', thnnvrionton a iioinl (J'-v; rnor signed Hie mulct ol order, as il will he ircniKiiic to i hill Timr.-rlay oveiiint'. March bill will Ijccoin-! a Isnv Ktlitor K. II. inakiiij! a fiicccs.- of Ihe Iowa City IlKKAiiti.tvliich lieoirers in connecli-in I linn hill, whic-h carries Ihc I Mill, n'c weekly for SI.00 a j lion to bounties. Anolhc-r oiliclally 1-..1.. i...-..riri...iiy..i i.ur ilium ii, s a. c few lols. 1 have already disused of eight- een Hie last season. 1'artial payment will sci-nrc. Hespcctfully, year as a special indncemcnl. three tie lias hecn in control of Murscr.vma j. IJKOAX. Uiorong n and I'cncc Manufacturer. I t, lc ,ie added 175 more pa- is that few newspapers Uioronghlv 1 In Ihe consirucfK.n put tiiKiii Ibis move is I r.r tin- imiwrlanl ix.inl thai the men behind it are doubt lli.number of alK.ut tne Kenate passing the ,anlT will have lo Mop the, outlawed bill and want lo make sure of abolish- witness and a long snaring pub ,c inu the sugar bouniy. As yet it is will ma measure be gr.-atly project. I Karly Ohio I'olaloc-s. Onion Wcls, OnrJcii nml I'lowcr very low jirieOH. prices or, Colfc-u and Tea. .Icll.v only 50c Imt-kct. W, J. PICKERING'S SPOT CRSH STORE Two Doors West of lite China Hall. SUBSCRIBE HERALD CHEAPEST COUNTY PAPER.   

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