Lemars Weekly Sun, October 30, 1890

Lemars Weekly Sun

October 30, 1890

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LeMars Weekly Sun (Newspaper) - October 30, 1890, Lemars, Iowa eekly Sun. VOL. 1. LEMARS, IOWA, OGTOBER 30, 1890. NO. IG. J. C. McMAHAN, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, onico-ovi>r HurR eo-plo hsivo been largely supplied by importations from foreijjn countries, was intended to prohibit or discounte-nanco their ontrimco into America, smd thus reduce tlie revenue from them, and restrict the supply to what the homo manufacturers could fnrninh. Tho inovitiiblo tendency is to raise the price of the latter to tho consumer and restrict the supply. Mr McKinley plainly indiciitod this when ho said in his speech The very instant tliat you have iniMeiised tlie duties to a fair jn-otectlve point, pntlliiit them abovi! the hluhest revenue point, that very Insliint you dinilnlsh Importations, and to tliat extent diminish the revenue. It does not require much reiisonintf or very deep thinking to understand, therefore, that all the manufacturers hiivo to do is to restrict production within a certain limit, and prices must rise, and tho people will bo poorly supplied with what they want. There is no mystery about this subject, but an immenso amount of mystifying; talk to delude tho people in the interest of monopoly. Ho on your Kuurd for cainpalRn lies. They have ctimmonecd rolUuK. Tho Correctionville News drives tho ivbovo nail, and in the next paragr.iph clinches it as follows : The Independent ticket is backed hy the doiiiociatic party and Is virtuallv a democratic ticket. No.xt Tuesday is election day, and it behooves our friends in tho counti-y to consider the lincM- An Irish gentlemtm stopped up to tho post olllco window this morning and naked Mr. Loudenslagor this question: "Is there a letter for mo to-diiy V" " Whiil is tho name V " Biiid tlio genial deputy.^ "Ochl butyos'lsoo it oil the letther," said tho gentleman. The above very tmciont joko appeavcd in tho .Sentinel of Tuesday. Tho Irish gentloinim " must either be a myth or a McKinloyito. Onawa Gazette : Last Saturday we got on board the 2:80 train for Cherokee, and wont to Lemars to spend .Sundsiy with Bonio old friends, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lawrence, who have lived there for 18 years but oxiMct to romovo to Chicago soon. Our visit was a very pleasant one, and wo mot many pleasant people while there. Among tho number, Prank Gaynor, a very pleasant genial man we are pleased to call a friend, des-plto ho differs with.us in politics. If he wius a republican ho would swoop tho district. As it is he will got his complement of party votes. Ho is a lawyer of jfOod standing, and to our mind the best of tho three democratic nominees for district- judge. The Rockford Register says that aiiy "raanntacturor who will not help tho Manufacturers' Palace of that city ought to bo roiusted." It might have added that any business man who refuses to ^ help any legitimate ontorpriso in a city I ought to be roasted.-[Ex. Tho above savors of boycotting or persecution. Many newspapers nave very poor idotus about individual rights or freedom of trade. A letter from a rural district in a Now York paper says: Only twelve farmers in this township own thoir farms. There aro itbout 175 farms in tho township. Tho tariff is the topic everywhere, and it is gratifying to near tho stanch-est republicans grumbling at the general rise in pricos in the country stores since the passage of the McKinloy bill ; for you must understand that tho country merchants now know enough of the worifings of a tarilT to Ixj awaro that pricos have been put up by the city wholoHH.lor long before thoy aro taught ao by having to pay those higher prices. A carpenter working on a now building was driving a nail tho other day, and suddenly stopped, droi)ped his hammer nnd said to a follow workman : " Ed, that settles it. I have just seen through it. I am a free trader from this oilt." I was in a store two or throe wooks ago whoii a fariiior came in and asked for " thirty-eight cents' worth of sugar and sixty-two cents' worth of protection to go with it." That shows how fiunil-iar tho subject is becoming. And still New England is not satisfied. The Boston Record, a republican paper, says of tho McKinloy law. "An unpopular feature, here in Now England, will be tho increased duty on fliix and linen thread. This meims an extra expense for every shoo that is bought and no corresponding ben-ollt. It hurts Now England espociivlly for the supposed benefit to the flax growers in Dakota,, but as their flax cannot bo used in making first-class shoo thread, it means simply an extra tax on our shoo industries. Our congressmen should have attended to that." The republican committee at Washington sent out a report that the tariff has been revised "so that tlio revenues necessary to carry on tho government shall be collected as largely as possible from foreigners." This is most audacious. Supposing it possible we could make the foreigners pay tho expenses of our government, it wouldn't bo very honest to do it. By tho new tariff, a duty of ten per cent is levied on all teas imported from i places west of tho Capo of Good Hope, lie who would be free, himself must strike I-phis wiia Huoilked in by tho largo im- IMirters wlxo got their teas direct from ED. O'NEILL, WELL DIGGER. Headquarters ut Posv Bros. Lemars. All kinds of well work done. Pninps of every kind furnished and repairs made. Residence south of Creamery Building. THE QUEEN PAYS ALL EXPENSES. THE QUEEN'S laxt "Kroe Trip to Europe ' hftvltis exuItoU sunh iiiitversal Interest, the publlsliorHuf that popular inaKii'.!lneot)'or iiliother, and two liiindritd dollars for ex-neiisos, to tho person sendluK thoin tho largest list of EiiKllsh worils coiislructiid from lotturs contained In the three words " Duitish NouTli .Amkhica." Additional prizo.s consl.st-liiBle number of TuK Qukkn. Address The Canadian Quben, Toronto, Canada, 3 FOR 10. n''nE brlglitest and best Farmers and Ija--l borers' paper In America Is tho Kansas AniTATOlt. Ifc is a red-hot advoi-ale of Ku-foriii; Is an nncomproinlslng foe of Itlngs, t'llques. Combines, ivnd all other enemies of the people. Published weekly at SO cents per year; 25 cehts for six months j or throe montlis on trial for 10 cents. If you have the cause of humanity at heart, subscribe and help spread the truth abroad In the land. Address - - Agitator, Greeley, Kansas. the blow. In tho words of JelTorson so oftan quoted-"You can legislato prosperity or adversity on yourtiolves." The farmers, by (j'athoring at tho polls, can decide this election in their own way. In afow counties, and overwhelmingly in many townships, Weatfall will have a majority of all tho votes cast. Plymouth need ;tpt be behind if the farmers say so. Bo men-cast off your pitrty shaolclos, and carry this election wtth a rush 1 LOTS FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. ��i Hfiwiipd Htreet. north-__________ Apply 'PWO LOTS on Howard street, north-west of X Clark street school house, for ^alo. �t the Sun otllco. SPECIAL LOCAL Agent wanted lii your county at onco, part or full time. A-rolla-lilo and energetic man can secure a permanent and paying position with us. Stock warranted strictly first class, and any lalUiiK to live, replaced ifltEB, ^S'" Write for terms at onoe. All letters promptly answered, B. D. LUETCHFORD & Co, Nurijnryiuen, Itochost^r, N,Y, ^ COMP^tiETE Sot of nickons' Works for The Mammoth Cyclopmdla forl^i^contH. The above works will bo fiirtiwhed to all paid-up subscribers to thySulr �"?Vtlie pi-lcos mentioned. Copies n\ay be soon .tt thoofllco,' over I'ow Brotliors' store. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS SIOUX CITY & NORTHERN. I'Vim merrlll, going north, 8:18 k in & 7:� p m 1)0, do. south, 0:44 am & 5:34 pill From nalton, di), north, 8:1)1 a iii & 7:B5 p m Do. do, stuitli, 11:113 u m �: 3:13 p m C. ST. P., M. & O. otnNO NOiiTH, Passongor, dally.............:.........W:�l P la assouK '(^^n 'y^jj,,, t Sunday......U;80 p m >' ' '. .......0:16um Httwiu-den ' " " .......7:65aw aOINO SOUTH. Pitssopgyr. dally........ �  oxctjpt Monday.....7:!>0ftm "......,............5:U5pm Hawavdpu P'sng'r, dully ox t SuiidayO:BO p m ILUNPIS CENTRAL, aOINO EAST. Ptwsongur, No. t Limited, dully...... 8i� p m " 5, dally oxooptSunday4:4�&m ' a, " " IQtOauTn r. \ ;: gigggs; aoiNO WEST, Passongor, No, 3, Llnilted, diaiy...... B!� n m   4, dally ox'ptwundfty 7;a6pin i� " �, ' \ " lOiBO u m Prelttht, '" SO, " Tfiosdivy 6:55 a m Trains No. 1, 2, 8 uad 4 run thripugh to Ohl-cugo without chaiigo, and urueilulppod with ilogant Bleeping and chair *j;�Ln-No. mirt U only run butwoea Bloux Olty ivt|a Fort 'Y?pil Mook of coupon ttekotH \ia W .on liiviiabv wl Ivli wo call tlckot l'H�K6f �or� t�) iiuy point. (Hist, wtjHt. north or houVi. BttB- A subscriber of the Das Moines Home-stotid at Uto, Iowa, lusks that ptvpor tho moaning of free coinage of silver. Tho Homestead imswers tho question in a IKirtisan spirit, and consequently lies, or shows very little kiiowlodgo of the subject. It says that in case of free coinivgo the dill'eroncQ botwoon tho present bullion value of silver as compared with gold, would go into tho pockets of the owner of tho silver. It does not say so in the above words, but lotivos tho inference on tho mind of tho reador that that is what is meant. In case of free coinage of silver, it is well understood we should have a silver standard, and that gold would go out of circulation, if the present relations of the two motivis held. Consequently, there would be no difforonoe between the bullion value and the legal tender value of silver to " go into tho pookots of tho owner of tho silver." TheHomesteatlevidently wantato be understood as saying that whoreivs under tho present silver law the ditroi*enco of 14 per cont botweon gold and silver goes Into the pookets of the people, under free ooinago that difference would be obtstined by tho silver mine owners. There is no ground whatever for any such assumption. Free coinage and tho present silver law are as far as the poles asunder. tho country of growth, and Is intended to crowd out the small dealer;; v.'ho im-])ort .second hand from Europe and C'linada. Thei'o is hardly a section of tho McKinloy tarilt act that U not in favor of monopoly. Hon. .John H. Gear says ho has sold thousiuids of hogshoiids of No 18 sUgari. leaving it to be understood that that sugivr wont directly into consumption without being refined. Isthat a likely story ? Three things In Eiiglatid surprised me greatly-they aro so very dllTerent from all till! accounts I had of them. They are: The general comfort and apparent content of the humbler classes; the clean appearance of tho most notorious sections of London, and the ease with which the stranger can make uctiualntunces, usus. Skilled Foreign Laborers.-Congress does a foolish thing sometimes ; but of late years it has done nothing more foolish than the enacting of a law to prevent the introduction of skilled laborers into tho United States who come in under a contract previously made. Tens ot thousands of a class of immigrants whose absence would be {ivr proferablo to their company are annual-y poured into tho country; while the man of meclianlcal skill and the man of knowledge aro both barred out, unless thoy come without a pro-engagement I Tho man ot skill and knowledge is an inestimable gain to the country which gets him. Why keep him out as it ho. were a scapegrace '{'-[Typographic Advertiser. TRADE TAXES OR LICENSE PEES, Tho time hjis come when every live man must assert himself in tho effort to procure the rights of the people, or tho rights of trade and exchange will soon be so limited that It will be next to impossible to introduce anything new, however useful. China has followed the ]x)llcy ot rals ing Its revenue largely It not wholly from trade, all forms of it being taxed to that end. What is the result 'i* The Chinese are traveling with wheels carved from tho ond of a log and with a ]X)le for an axle, and aro plowing with forks of trees for plows. The great boom the new world experienced in the development of its con structivo and inventive genius is almost duo to the liberty gained in tho methods of trade and exchange. The rocky coast or interior of New England offered little iid vantage over the old world save in this. The states liave become inventive and progressive in proportion to tho liberty they have guaranteed to every citi zen. Only since tlio South froed its slivves has it commenced to develop rapidly in the line of mimufaoture and tho utilization of its resources. Lot It abolish foes, licenses and useless taxes (sim. another form of slavery) and it will iniike rapid strides towards its destined posl tion as producer. Maryland exacts a license fee of $150 per county for selling goods with horse and wagon to consumers within its boi'ders. Virginia fixes a fee of $500 for tho same privilege per county. But it remains for Now Jersey, the garden of the states, to cap the climax by an act approved by lier legislature March 31,1890, whereby tho common council board of aldermen, township committee or other governing body of any city township, incorporated burrough Or po lice, sanitary and improvement coramis sion. Incorporated camp meeting nasooia-tlon or seaside resort in the state, can exact a fee of peddlers and men engaged in some other kinds of business, except in the selling of meat and millc and pror ducts of one's own farm, as long as tnelr conscience will permit or their revenue demand.-[J. J. Strbeter in New York Standard. Sioux City Times : A farmer's team ran away at Hinton yesterday and collided with a moving Sioux City & Northern freight train. The wagoh attached to tho horses was reduced to kindling wood, and now the farmer wants the road to give him a new wagon, He has had two similar suits with the Central and lost both. Leedi) has been annexed to Sioux City, andU growing fiwt. 1^ S >:.D,S o:SA�^ & > o e 8-,: ec3 a. to o THE STANDA.Ti& ',^ti"i, nENi;y GKonoE, editor and PBOVRiwMjai''VI A fi-arlpv!! exponent of pi-lnplplcs and *a-woekly i^.iji ri"Coi-(lo( hnpoi-ianl. faiiti allectiui' iioclW^^T6*'M� lem�aBar�Ugnulnulitli--. THE STANDARD ADVOCATES: > The SiHislo Tnv. Tills means llio abolltlOW ot all tazos uii Jaljor or Mi.i proiturts of bor, iliat Is to nay, ilie abolition of all taxeapave oif^ ttix levied on ILih vuliiu of Unit Irrespecl,lVO bC ' nmrovetn�ni.-i. Free Tritde. Not "tarllf refoi-m," bat real > free IriiUf; liiati Is, an porfecl froBiloin of trade -vrito all ilie world uh now cxnna belnoou the Btaf'H of oiir Union. Hnllot Kolbrni. No Inimbu!; envelops aya* temi but tha real Au-ii-aUan syntem, llm tint) requtalte or wliU-h m the exclimlie uae at elao tlonnor olllclal ballotii fiii-nliibeil by tho state and prepared aud cast by the voter la compuUory ecrccy. TERMS! ONB YB*n......................................Vita bix MONTHS.................................... 1 2) TWKNTV WKBKi.............................. 1 W , Sample coplei sent free 0:1 iippllcntloiu For tbe eoiTenionoo o( those -who Irish to Inform tUemselvos ai to tho geni-ral principles, we Will send on receipt ot a iwo^oent stamp, ttu-oa tracts! 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