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   La Porte City Progress (Newspaper) - August 12, 1893, La Porte City, Iowa                                i I: .SUCCESSOR 10 THE "REVIEW" AXU "PROGRESS." 34. LA PORTE CITY, IOWA, SATURDAY, AUGl'SI r_'. 1S93. Sl.oO PEli TEAK. AND ARRIVING TIME OF TRAINS. Tu hike tiK-a May H, ISM. M.ll and Ksmoss, No.all Trjly. 111 UMCttKB ElIireSB, No. 4 8 Mil n. ui HurllnHtpn Passenger, No. d A.... a. m jFuFrelght.No. S U in. TtionKii FrelKhl, No, 10 a 5. 10r-.ro UOIKC NORTH Mall ana No, 1 B in Cedar FallsPtts.'enLtorNo. S B ui MlnonpollsEilirESS, No. 6. A in Wdj- FreUti No. 7 D ....11.45 a. m Highest of all in Leavening U. S. Gov't Report. Daily exccui SiiuJsy. K. Sixrenn Airl ARRIVAL AND DEPARURE OF IVIAILS. .MAILS Cl-DBK. lining South.......... UiiiuU -N'urth......... cum! North......... isi-ofllee L-IOSI-S o'ulnck ]i. in. l til Siiiiiliij' fr..n, Mr. lo :i. in .IOI1N M.-lJUIUilN. III The fl-l. HOLLAND, UBXFKAI. ANU I-IVK STOCK AUCTION Bill, nude KHR. .Ill ;mil all rt-'-isoullble. information Terms ss Vnrie Ciiy. Iowa, TERRY, 7-1CENSE1) AUCTIONKKK. Will -LltCUll lu Mil SillrS III tills Illlll MUntles. Terms ri.Mstiiial.le. unit bills iiiiule Tree of application HL UoKEfilSTEItOlllC illlJUlnillt' Compacts PROFESSIONAL. GEO W. TOWIPKIN, AT r.i Purie I'lty, Iowa. Oltlue ovvr National Bank. ColleL-iiraisiiiiulp. p drwii. ami iiKuneral UiiKliiL'Ss fully anil promptly attended p. L. HAYZLETT ATTOUNI'.Y AT i.AW. Us'.il conveyances, colli-i'iiens ami iWrads ol atLaimeiUu. over Klluf Si Bryant's. Porie Ciiy, Iowa. p. E. BROWN, M. D. Cail-i will promptly alieiuled nr day. Ottlceover t HcG.iheran's. Resilience-First door .v'orlli of Ihe Nailonal Bauli Build Ing. DR. W- FISHER 1IOMEOPATJIIST Oltice over Wdterson's store. Iji I'nrte la, J. C GRAHAM, HIYSICIAN AND SUKCiKON. Office hvuiliioi'seiisi of opera liunse. La 1'orte City, Iowa. i. There may be surprise for KuiarCiJiTi-swiniii-iu.) i somebody iii this business. Washington. Aus.-J, Senator Teller. <.U' Colo., says there- The opening nr a new Congress always i Of Uie Sherman silver law will :if- brings to Hie I rout a thousand slid j reliel' to the country, and that one schemes new and old to curtail if it Pe repealud il will require more the iniinhei' ol bills inlruductd in f months than some, people seem lo iiu- Congress, :iud il is apiin seriously LKJIIC weeks necessary lo accomplish proposed that Ihe Mouse liave a spec- it. Ttit li U'ision Building al ]i. in. A cordial wl cinne It citcnaca lo HI vlnltliiK Knlglilfl. OlibEii OK I-VTHIAN Temple Su.ru: meets uvcry oilifr t'rlday cvrnlnK In Narcissus Visiting meinStrs of ttiu order lonli.illy wul- oiui-d. MISH Mildred Jlooru. M. ot IE. iniil S.. Mt.s. 1. V. uuinnilds, M. C'. TKOWBL Ludge. A. K. i A. SI., on IVedne.-ujEy on or lioforc full IIIQOIJ. Jan. H.'iLterson, Sec. A. N. Kolton. W. M. ial coinmiLltT. the approval ol' which! shall lie received liel'oi'e a hill can he introduced. Allirst glmice one is apt to regard Hie niupositiim as a good j one and in the line of a needed reform; there is certainly a lot of time and money wasted on Lulls thai aiy ut- terly absurd. liiit a little LOiisidi-r- aliiJi) will convince most people a coniuiiLlee entrusted with the power of deciding what bills shall and shall not be introduced would be :t much greater and more dangerous evil than the shower ol' bills now poiirci'l upon Congress. Such a. committee would always lie controlled by partisans and there is already entirely loo much icanbhip iu Congressional legisla- tion. The unusually large number of rnianctii.1 bills that will bt introduced us suou as emigres? gBls doivn to business will not be an unmixed evil, livery bill will contain an idea, good, bad or indifferent, and a careful study of all those ideas may bring forth something iu'Hie shape of a hnancul bill that will meet ihe approval of n majority oi' Congress and of llm peo- ple regardless ol' politics. I f ever there was a lituu when politics could be, profitably laid aside fur whilb tbat time is riglit now. The positive statement is now made by those who to know that ill addition lo recommending the repeal oC the Sherman law. I're.sidL'iit Cleve land's messiigii to C.ungress will outline ;t substitute, Lln; enactment of which will be recommended, lint Uie. nature if one has really agreed upon, is still kept a pro- oiiinl secret, His said to have been riginally stiggesled by Secretary Car- isle and Lo have been somewhat nodilieil by .Mr. Cleveland. The Lek'griiph cunipiiuies would htive been out a good round sum of ash, if Secretary Carlisle had made cnown a lew days before his depart ire his intention t-; go to Uuraard's Hay In corsult wilh J'rcsidenl (Jleve and, upon Ihe invitation of the latter Hid the. readers ol tin: melropDlilai would have missed all of the sensational stnlf sent, from Washing ton relating Lo HIM failure of tin I'resident to recognize thy claims o the, Seer Lary ol Llie Treasury to b consulted upon such :in imporlan linaiicial doenmenb us bis iiit-.saage t Congress. .Mts.nrs. Cleveland and Carlisle nuiy not agree iu some things, but it is safe to say that they agree, in enjoying the discomfiture of the sensation mongers in thi.s casii. They will return lo Washington together tomorrow. .Sciutor (lomiiin. who probably hiiciws, if' au> bony docs, saya ;io radi- cal tarilV bill will be pusstd by the Fiftj-lhirtl rnngriMS, because ol Ihe belief of so many business men that it would be a most dangerous experi- ment lu make at Ihi.s lime, owing to Uie linane.iiil stringency and business lepression under which the coinitry i'i ibcady According to Mr. Jorrnan Ihtf most that will be done t is possible i'or (.'unirti'ss lo fiirniuli ny relief, because tin- of the rouble Ik-s in the fear of the people ich is causing them to hoard inmicy. Vliilu ihe .Semitor dues n.'il say so in o many words il is evident Vrom bis O'lv.'.iSiilion thin he bulii.-vi-s Hie peo- le niu.-t In iheinselves and not o legislation fur relief. II said by tlioso who claim lo en- y ihe conlidencc of sl'UJki'i1 Crisp hat, it has fully deUTininn) upon o make. Wilson, of Va.._ cliairiniiii f the House Ways anil .Means com- nitlee in pltice ol rSpiinger of 111., Who t'ld that position in li.i- last I hi use lid Savers., of Tuxus, chairman ol' the Appropriation cummittee in place of lolmaii, of Intl. Speaker Crisp has leen here all the week but hn jiosil- vcly declines lo answer one single iicstion. success cl Mrs. Aiiuie M.! _j Jjciini. ul Mt'Kessport, in tin-titaimenl of iliavrlm-a iu i chiiuvcn will undoiibtrdly be of in- Ittoe JastKeceived tu-rest iu niiiny niulliers. Shu "1 spent SL-venil weeks in .ioliii-ilown.' i'a., .ilterMie greal lloud, im uecouul I ol'my 1m.laud eitifduyi-il ihnv. i srvi-rnl ubiltli'eu wivn Ol whom look the ditirrhiva very badly.! Boots and SHOES Cholera and DhiiTliu-a Keul'dy Iti-v. Mr. Chapman. It otittd bothul' Ilieiii i knew vf seviT.'.i olhtr vasi'S wbeie H wiis 1 :hiux. il iMiinol be txivlled elu-ci- 1'nlly it." and 5u cciil fur sale by (iulieran, Hats, Goods, tMl ul 1.11 L' k.ul ila.v nl .1 tin- illllun of Union Sliil.1 Hunk LI lid IT lln1 11T ..i.i.nly.if Itlai'k l-. A. ul Sli It.. IH'JS. .iinil. --V rk'iliiuii......... iTln' i-i-iiiliiiiiu of Int: i r.iUim1--: i J'll.lUllI-- potions, Overalls, Shirts and Pants. A full line of Red and Tan Shoes. Come Oeo. Son. jlvt-nl "ii Tin: sriLllli'i' Tu HI: AT Miiirr s nlirosrr wirli SULVI'M' i.u HANK- i-nx'ii 'VIM; UHM- will be a mi'liMii'ic month, dint t'ie heavens will be dotted wilb istronoineutal event of greatest ilar ir.lwest this will be Lhe meteoric display which it is predicted will be seen in nil HH it the heavens elear, on the nights of Lite 8th, lOlli and llth. Meteors, or falling may be .seen on any clear night in the year if the sky is watched closely lor hall an hour or an lour, but nt certain limes I In; number which eoines in view an- ninch grcalef Ihitn on i lie average, nights, Thus, i'rom tlieSLh in1 llth the 12th or of August, and from Lhe. llth or Intli lo the 14th or 15th of November much more of them may lie seen than at any other times in Ihe year, allhnuijli iu some years notable displays have taken plain; around STOP WHERE! WHY AT R. C. BUREN lo I'.. I, UMBER YARD of COURSE We lire not, tlio lu jiiid Tlio. hUMIiHIi. line ol Lumber, Lulli, Uric.if, to S'l'ATl-: OF IOWA, i jiljif'k lisnvK r C. W. rp.'S.. IIIII-L; ;uitl I' Siiiiiinii IJh-ivinr. ''.'ml (In Mili'.'iinly .iwi'iir Him Hi" llli'll! H I'llll. IVIH1 Hll'1 I'lil'l'i'i-l. 1 :illil lii'llrl: III S.-l rnrlllliri' i-ll luUII i n, s- iiniii'1'! for i In- JIlll'tlHll "f I' S. ilii-hiiviiii'. liy U I'. NnlLLiy 1'nN'lr WORKMEN. jMrsla oil "r.-nl. :niJ Tuc eTuuliiK 1" moiilli. C. VT. Karllu. M. A. Vin Vn. C. A, u. F. M. Thompson Fosi. No. the ilrsi. anil thlril Monday of c mtiUlh. Pcier Trost Coinniandi'r: It. J. Qullkln AJJutaut. W. K. C. The WoHnn'fl KeUef No. IM, air. M, Tliomiison Post, meeu ilio llrst acti Ird Saluriliy ol each month in. a welcomed. Mrs; H. Waldroft, President Mrs. Siisati ullb. Secretary-._______________ S.jof V. James A. Garlleld Camp. NO- meets the Brai and third Friday of each UL at the K, P. Hall- Gco. P. Gtt'.ea, Camp First Sargent. to rrvi.se the McKinley tai'lH', slightly lowering the duties cm such s us have had placed upon the outrageously high duties for IK; belter reason than Lo put money into the pockets of a few men, already rich, at IhcexpLMisf of the consumers. Other rs of his party do not agree with .Stnator Gorman, but his opinion is nevertheless entitled to great weight It 13 now stated that Representative ,Jand is lo be tendered the chairman ship of the Coinage committee of the House, with a.string tied to it in the AVHl'll AilviM-llse. There is no morn prolil.ahln snason, for adverl.isint- than diiriiip it general business depression, when a panicky feeling C.XIHIK and the great mass of people feel impelled In econo- inixc. in every possibln way, When such conditions cxisi. llic liarf-ain an- ol tlir: merchant are un- usually attractive, and muny a man or wfiinan who ordinarily trades willi some friend, or at a slon: a littk: mole cunve.nient than filhers vill walk several block's In save dim': or a nickc-l merchant, lo owiiiR to a dull .rade, nuilics addiliDind efforts to tide over the stringency, and the bar- ains lie offers Ihe. public are renl and le.sirable. He must have money lo meet his and I'nvit cost ol wares is not the must important cun- sideration. JJnring the dull seasons (he general public has more time to the newspapers, and so tin; publisher can olfcr the advertiser an invruasud cir- culalion, and inorii for his money, just as Ihe advertiser of- fers the public in.'Teasecl in clianifc.fur the. muuli needed case, HO that then; is a mutual advantage, to the people, tin; merchant, and the pub- A Mllliuu Trier an. A IrU'iid in m ed is a friend indeed. and not less than one million people have, round just such a friend in Hi1. King's Jtiseovery for tion. and you havi- n-iver used this llreat ('.oiiKh Medicine, one trial will convince yon tnat it has wonderful curative powers in all dis- eases Throat. CliesL and Lungs'. Kach bullli: in to do all that is nliiinibd or monc.y will be n.'- fundnl. Trial bullies frne at Illan- chainc McUaheran's sloiv. l.arRC ;MK! ;i surviinl nl I lio llnm you will lind ;i lull Hush, Dooi'a. Hlimls. I'ajKjr. Driiin Tiln. Liiao and lirsl.-cluss. attontion Location: Oimev .Mniu iind SVCJUIKIVO Sl.s., ijii Porto City, la R. C. BUREN, Manager. FREE EXHIBITION OF FINE FURNITURE AT HIUEJVIAN'S. Spocial discounts I'roin now on to make room for goods now on the road. OUR GOODS ARE FIRST CLASS. NO CHEAP JOHM'S. NO SAW MILL STOCK. The host goods for the least monej'. shape of the information that a ma- jority of the committee will be anti- silver men. This information is ex- pected to lead to his declining the chairmanship, ns his frionds have stated that lie would not care to be chairman of the committee with a majority of its members opposed to OISTEII offiee.- Donorvini; PrulHU. We desire lo say to our citixens, that for years we have 'jcen selling Dr. King's .New Discovery for Con.-mmp tiou. Dr. King's Ne.v J.ife I'ills, Muck- len's Arnica Salve and Hitters, and have, never handled reniedies that sell :is well, or thai havn given such universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time, and we stand ready to refund the pur- chase price, if satisfactory results; do not follow their use. These remedies have won their great popularity purely on their merits. IJlanchainc ito JIc- Giiherfin, druggists, job printing at THE 15E- Cnii You SlcE. If yon have, thai splendid gift, :i good voice, yon arc indee.d blessed; il' you have not, you need not despair, hope may spring up ami blossom Into a glnrion.1 lenluy. mai'vuluns com- bination of inventive genius and scionl-ilii; re.sraieli br-en perfected by-an American arlis'e, by which a voice training to a conaei valory education nf lOuiope r.an hi; obtained a1, home. This womlerfnl inslrumenl in called the ils iisi; the hlighlest Iremnr or crack in tht voice can be delected and removed. II in very simple in use, ami any one. without ean by ila marvelous ellieienvy make the ordinary or discordant voice, dear, strong and sweet. I'or the singer, elocutionist or sneaker it in a boon. The price has been made very low, so that all dassc.K may receive iln benefits. II. will be sent securely packtd for -ii. livery instrument conirleU-, with full in- sti'iietioiiH I'or its use. Or, full par- ticulars will beseiit on receipt ofJc stamp. Address Till'. VOOAVHON K COMIJAN Y, Omaha Bldg., Cliieago, 111. Call and get our prices WE MEET ALL COMPETITION AND FURNISH YOU WITH A BETTER CLASS OF GOODS. Come 0110 come all and view the "won- ders of the Groat Columbian Bargain Store. HILEMAN. To Depot LiUmBEf? And see our immense stock of lumber WASHINGTON KED CEDAE SIDING CEILING AND FINISH. feiton Tedford. foy Itch OH human and horses and all animals cured in '.50 minntca by Woll- ford'3 Sanitary LotioH, This never fails. Sold by F, -S. Uoynton, La 1'orte City, Iowa. AVe liuve just received u and complete line ing fiii'l itlso it Hue of Gasket, packing for WAGONS and BUGGIES of belt- enginea. Call mid inspect our line road wcgons, buggies, carte, etc. The finest in the city. r HUSMAN. lEWSPAPERI   

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