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Oskaloosa Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1890, Oskaloosa, Iowa VOLUME NUMBER FEBRUARY ESTABLISHED 1887 None Genuine without thli EXTERNAL REMEDY For Mun and STONEBRAKERS LlNIMENT CTCTEfflS Pains in the Side and Old Frost Swelled Sore Spinal Pains in Cst and It will tlo a weak buck in one night than all the oils und plnsUis in It stands without a rival for Swi liuia in Old and all Diseases which require an external Irlno 86 SO anil cr FIIOM FOChTKY IN T11K WOULD After Imvini tried every brand of Chicken on the with I nrocuiiil which I have been using and sellinc ihi past ai Every package guaranteed to lie Hie licst iiieparatlon in use for Canary and the whole feathered the production of Sure cure and pre ventive of Swelled Gapes nnd all diseases incidental to the bird STONE IIKAKKISS CiiKKKN POWDER is specific for young fowls nmkistliem heultliy and keeps them free from and should be frequently ustd in poultrv vard the year Viinrs In V3rAsk yinir ineruhant for STONEBiiAKKiistiiICKES nnd accept no or send us cents in stumps and we will forward one package by mm 1 ot this rnly wonderful and nrlglnal bold every Price 25 cents per THE STONEBRAKER CHEMICAL Sole Proprietors of the Genuine StonebrakerB Prepa Mni of frauds and GOVERNOR Inauguration at Des Moines Iowas Chief of rue to tier troraors every class 01 respoonreie that Is Just enough to protect the par son and property of every one of her and wise enough to exorcise a practical control over a traffic that today Is unrestrained In most of her centers of TEXT OF HIS INAUGURAL His VIMVH on Ballot the Trans portation Iteapportlon Taxation and Other i Worth heat jwutch the Perfect Wamintoil so LID GOLD liuntintr Jlloth Imiiis nnd pent a Pwith works ftnil cases of al value Osii IBBSONin Uirnlily fan one loprotlirr with our IftrRfl vuluiiblo Imurjf Household Thcwo as well nro All hu work you need do is to show what we semi you to those who callyour friends nnd iiflchljors ami those about youtlmliilwnya nimilti In valuable trade for which holds for years when once and thus we are We pay oil Afler you know if you would like to po to work for you can earn from to SCO per week and StlHMOii tfc nox ofthe CBCOpCH I II the Our ftciliti and to introduce our superior poods we will sendFREE toONE PERSON iii tRch as Only those who writa tousnt once can make sure ol the cliinicP All you linvu todoirj return is to slum our goods to those win neighbor and tliwaround The bo etnnlnp of this advertisement shows tlic sninll end of the tele The following cut elves reduced to AYE CARD 0 This game ia rap idly taliing the place of Pedro and Euohre for THE AMERICAN Price 50 ijrp0gresaive card and In order that ir maV be popular in price as well as in public public favor we have issued a special adver tising edition at 15 This edition ia as perfect and coSpleteas the 56 cent but somewhat Presidents ia endorsed by teachers and every It is entirely different from tho commonplace games usually It offers the most opportuni ties for skillful plays and is the most scientific end interestingof all Agents can make Exclusive agency LKStBtt PAYNE CO fehTml Battle HIS DES the inclement weather special trains carrying loads of visitors arrived from all directions yesterday The arrangements to hold the exercises in front of the Capitol were changed at a late hour Wednesday and the where not a fraction of the crowd could gain was The civic aud military procession started from the Savery House at and proceeded to the where the Governor and LieutenantUovernor were duly sworn in by Judge Roth of the Supreme and Governor Boies delivered his inaugural message to the largest gathering of its kind ever A synopsis follows Governor Holes says liu dues regard his election as i purely partisan It was due to the of men of different po litical nnd ho his duties con scious of the fact that tho people have a right to a broad and liberal administration ol the States He urges upon the members of the Legisla ture the importance of enacting wise laws rather than numerous and says that upon their wisdom and sagacity depends the welfare of those for whom they Among the most important of public Ques tions is that of ballot No duty is more plain than that which demands of the legis lative department of every government the en actment of laws which shall to the utmost lim it of utility surround the ballotbox with safe guards that will bunish from all elections the corrupt use of money and secure to the State the unbiased judgment of each This can be most effectually accomplished through statutes which compel the deposit of a secret the contents of which oun never be made known except by him who deposits With regard to the transportation Governor Boies says that prior to the adop tion of tho present laws regulating railway rates the shipper was at the mercy of the rail way Their managers abused their Not content with remunerative divi dends on money actually they watered sold it at prices far below its face and undertook to conduct business upon a basis that would return dividends on these imaginary To accomplish this Individual nnd public rights alike were often and odious discrimination was pcatedly The situation compelled the people in selfdefense to adopt a system which practically revursod former and put the control of rules in the hands of offi cers selected by the The people desire no wrong to the railway interests of the but only demand that their own interests shall be fairly He continues It is greater facilities for transportation that Iowa most She should help hasten tha day when the waters of great lakes will turned from their course and made to mingle with those of the mighty rivers that clasp net in their giant in the very in fancy of its this section surpasses all others of equal extent in the magnitude of its surplus food De prived of reasonable rates of tion they are to those whose capital and labor plbduce and without them commerce of Nation from one class and give to another is necessarily a partial and unequal distribution of public such a system is necessary because none can be devised that is absolutely fair to all It ia apparent its inequalities should be confined to the lowest practical This can be done by confining its operation to tno one purpose ot raising absolutely necessary revenue antl In no other It is probably true that the burdens of tin exorbitant protective tariff fall more heavily upon Iowa than upon most of her sister Such a tariff is necessarily in conflict with the best interests of the one great industry which is tho chief hope and susteuanpa of her It Increases the cost of nearly every thing we buy anu diminishes tho prjoe of almost every thing we It ob structs our own ports against the Importation of products we are compelled to me and foreign ports against those we pro duce and must send We have followed this delusion of a protective tariff with granaries with flocks and herda that man can scarcely we are still because by artificial means the profits of our own great industry have been depressed be low their normal condition that those of another might bo elevated above its Lot it be understood that the people of this State demand cheap cheap cheap implements of cheap necessa That they are not interested in cheap whisky or cheap and that if compelled to take the latter cheap and the former dear they will resent the nnd our labol not IN The Republicans Vote to Oust of West THB The Formur Makes Declariuf That He Was lioston Who Htlll Think New York the Plnnit for the Wort ili YOUNG LINCOLN Minister Lincolns Son Una Rnllied and Him Still ii Chance of YoungAbraham son of Robert United Stolon Minister to Great who was reported in cablegrams to Chi cago papers Lo have died at London Thursday stijl Abraham son of Jlobert the American who it was was dying Wednesday has The from which ho is was lanced by his physicians during the and much relief was afforded to him by the His physicians state that his vitality is The doctors announce that the only chance ho has for life lies in another and this will shortly bs Blok Hoaflacho and relieve all tbo troubles Inci dent to a bilious state of tho suon aa Dizziness Distress Pain in tho While their moa6 remarkable success has been shown ia curing would be largely orappletl many of Its great cities cease to if they did not dwindle into sluai sgusp this difficult lem and solve it in the interest of ill peo ple It will he tho men who set this Nation te work to the connecting link ol a mighty waterway that shall cut a continent in twain and open the cheapest of nil methods ol from the gulf to the On the subject of rucltstrlctlng State the Governor says that the present apportionment is manifestly unfair in that It gives to one per son in one part of the State thesame repre sentation In the Legislature that is accorded to four In othur and the difference ia even greater than this in some The present ratio of representation must be abol aud the Legislature must establish a new one nnd redistdct the The Governor thinks little can be done in the of legislation to improve the condition ol the common school but if the higher in stitutions of learning are mado to compare fa vorably with those of other States larger sums of money must becontributed for their With regard to the law regulating the practice of pharmacy the Governor says that complaints from men engaged in thejMusiness are in some particulars well Every section of the law regulating the sale of intox icating liquors for medicinal purposes is framed upon the theory that these men as a class unworthy the conlldeuee of their and they are subjected to legal re strictions unknown to any other trade and un necessarily The State owes it to herself and to those of her citizens who are re quired to handle alcoholic stimulants for neces sary to put this business upon a rep utable basis before the law or abolish it at once yet Carters Little Liver P1119 equally valuable In curing and pre venting this annoying while they alflU correct all disorders of the s the liver and regulate the Even 1C they only cured to Their NKW North Ger man Lloyd steamship Ems which ar rived here Wednesday encountered fierce gales and heavy seas on Friday and Saturday On Saturday a wrecked sailing vessel was A flag of distress was flying from a temporary rigging and nine men were seen upon tho De spite of the terrible seas Captain of the had a boat and an officer and five men attempted a Tho boat was immediately capsized and one of the crow Captain thought it madness to make another trial and proceeded on his Unearned Wisconsin Central House committee on public lands has directed a favorable report 011 tho bill to forfeit the lands granted to aid In the con struction of railroads in Wisconsin by the act of the Wisconsin Central The bill proposes to declare a forfeiture of all the lands opposite the uncompleted portion of the railroad and restore them to the public with the requirement that they shall be dis posed of under the settlement An amendment to the section saving the rights of actual settlers excludes all who have already applied to enter the Semite Executive Senate committee on rules failed to come to any conclusion on the Toller resolution providing for the consideration of nominations in open or legislative ses On the question Shall tho rules of the Senate be changed there was a tie Senators Aldrioh and Blackburn voting in the affirmative and tngalls and Harris in the nega Senator the fifth mem was not after the reading and approval of the journal Rowell called up the contested election case of Atljjjison and the floor was accorded to the Pen He said that he felt it to speak in his own although he know that he was addressing a jury which was prejudiced against He be lieved that ho had carried the First district of West Virginia by means as as honorable and as up right as had over been used in any elec tion in tho history of the He viewed the evidence in verting1 the statements by the supporters of tho majority in conclusion reiterated his declaration that he had been fairly and honestly Cooper closed the debate with an argument in support of the claim of the The vote was then taken on the minority resolution declaring Pendleton entitled to tho The vote on the minority report in favor of the sitting member was de feated by a strict party 142 Tho vote was then taken on the majority The Demo crats refrained from voting in order to carry into court the question of therightof the Speaker to count a The vote resulted 0 the Speaker counting ft Amid applause on the Repub lican the newlyelected member Atkinson appeared at the bar of the House and took the oath of the Senate the VicePresident presented resolu tions received by telegraph from the convention of granite dealers of the Now Kngland hald at declaring it to be the sense of the convention that the city of New York advantages and facilitiesfor the fair of 1892 pos sessed by no other city in the and extending the thanks of the con vention to the New England members who had voted for holding it ReTerre4 to the select committee on tho fair The Senate passed tho bill for the erection of the statue of Columbus and the removal of the Peace Monu ment from its presoift site at the foot of the Capitol grounds at Absolutely This powder nover A marvel ol puri strength aud More eco nomical than tho ordinary aud cannot ue sold In competition with tho multitude of low short or phosphate Sold only in IUKTNO FOWDBR IOB Wall 24143 BURLINGTON WESTERN I fast mail M it M a Chicago cxproas M M 272tf IRIOE February Tho MANITOBA and its branches became the GREAT NORTHERN IF YOU TO THE IRISE FAKM8 OK THIS MILK TAKK T1IK GREAT NORTHERN TO THE GO IKON AND COAL MINKS OF TAKK GREAT NORTHERN HJP Irom Knoxville and Inteiiuedlate passenger from Des Ooun oil Bluffs and intermldate stations o OC passenger from Kansas Olty aud Intermediate passenger from Chicago and mediate Accommodation from Washington and Intermediate from Knoxvllle and Inter mediate passenger from Keokuu City and Intermediate passenger from Des ell Bluffs and Intermediate DEPARTURES Accommodation tor Washington atid Intermediate Passenger for Kansas Olty and Intermediate 9 Passenger for Des Bluffs and Intermediate Passenger tor Knoxvllle and mediate Accommodation for Knoxvllle aud Intermediate Passenger for Chicago and intermediate o 05 Passenger for Des Council Bluffs and Intermediate Passenger for Kanias Olty and Intermediate Passengers can leave here ou 15 and con nect at Knoxvllle Junction for Des ar riving there at TO GHEAT Till KUIUltK INDUS TRIAL CENTKEOlr Til IS I111 GREAT NORTHERN TO SlOKANK FALLS AND THESCOAST TAKK TJIK GREAT New und elegant day coaches and palace sleeping cars dally Kansas City and Paul and Mason City and on and alter February Trains leave Oskaloosa south and 2 dally for City 4 mall lor the east and A i local to 90 local to lolocalto Iowa 12 local to West aud 1 daily to Paul and Minneap 3 mail to Mason 5 local from Albia to Mason City 7 local from Givin to Mason City 91 local to Mason 11 local Irom Given to Mason City Train aud 4 nialce connections at Mason City to and from Paul and Minneapo lis via Trains 90 aud 91 Dally ou uorth and Moinith 90 and 91 on eastern and Illinois all other trains daily except All above trains carry passengers when pro vided with BARRY TO GRAND FORKS AND TAKK TUB Aoliethoy would be almoutpricelessto those who suitor from tUis distressing complaint bntforta who once try them will find those little pills able In BO many way s that they will not ling to do without But after aUsick head Is the bane of so many lives that heralawhara we make our great Our pills cure it whila cartoraTittlo Liver Pills are very small and very easy to One or two pills rnaliea 1 ire strictly vegetable and do not gripe or i by tieir gentlo action pleauo all who In vials at 25 cents five for SOW Ms or Bent by MEDICINE New SMALL SMALLPRICE QURES SALT BURNS PANTS SORES AND SORE AN INVALU ABLE REMEDY FOR RELIABLE DRUGGISTS SELL IT ON A POSITIVE GUARANTEE For aiile by Pickett The Weekly The Weekly Both One Only Two Cash iu Advce and In spite or its facilities for with all its with every branch of the State government iu thehands ofjts the pro hibitory law iu Iowa has lain limp disregarded and despised in most of the large cities of tho Stale from the day of Ita birth to the present It is a patent fuel known to eveiy one who has taken the pains to inform himself that in any of the con taining as they do a large fraction of the popu the only effector the law has been to re lieve the traffic in these liquors from legal re straint of every The chief obstacle to the enforcement of this law lies in the fact thut in and of itself It Is a cruel violation of one of the most valued of human By that act Iowa stands convicted or first mailing the busi ness of the brewer and winemaker of watching without warning the expansion of their business within her borders until millions upon millions of the capital of her citizens hud been invested and then coldly wiping it out without one effort to compensate those who were ruined The question is huvo we statesmen upon both sides of this controversy that can impartially consider the necessity of the situation If we have they will llnd a middle ground between the extremes of opinion on this They will leave to eVerv locality in Iowa that de sires it the present Vollibitory law or its equiv They will force it upon no city or town where public sentiment rejects The most weighty reason for a radical change in Iowas prohibitory is that the people at the polls have passed judgment upon They have not undertaken to deprive any locality in the State whore public sentiment upholds it of our prohibitory law or its They have simply declared each town and township shall have the right to determine for itself whether it will be governed by prohibitory laws or by a carefully guarded license the minimum fee for which shall be to be paid into the county treas with power in the municipalities to In crease this fee for their own The licence law which is to supersede prohi bition must be a most carefully guarded The traffic must be taken out of the hands of immoral and irresponsible parties willful sell ing to minors or drunkards should be a cause for revoking a license drunkenness should be punished as a and Ihe habitual drunkard should bo taked iu charge by the tried by a and if found guilty sent to an asylum and kept there until What Iowa needs is practical legislation on this legislation that is broad enough to maet the views of more than a single claga that is liberal enough to command the reBptot ot all iiw uuoule thut la itunerous euouffo to io The Oerinuii Socialist vote of the So cialists in the recent election compared with tho last previous election In 1887 shows a gain of The gain of the German compared in the same is The center party and the parties included in the cartel coalition all lost The cartellers have lost and the center party Rhode Island Prohibition State Prohibitionists on Wednesday put in nomination the following ticket Larry Lieutenant Joshua Brown Seoretary of John Mooney Attorney John Blodgett John Death ol LAKE Mar tin Brewer Anderson died here Wednes He was president of the Roches ter University from 1850 to and prior to that time was editor of the New York Observer and a professor in and president of Colby University at A Herd of Cattle night the temperature fell to 45 decrees freezing a herd of 100 cattle In the stockyards belonging to the Milner Cattle The average for the State is now about 25 degrees coldest in seven George Clark was hanged hero yesterday for the murder of William a drover of Allegheny on Septem ber He declared on thu scat fold he ILLINOIS STATE Report ol Their Condition on State Auditor has issued a statement of oon ditition on January 27 of the banks doing business irnrlei1 the general banking law or the It shows fortyone banks now doing with a total paidup capital of Of fifteen are in The total loans and discounts to the date of the report are the 78H individual deposits subject to Tho largest savings deposit in any one institution is in the Illinois Trust Savings Bank of Chi The largest amount of individual deposits subject to checks is carried by the Merchants Loan Trust Company of The largest of these institutions witsido of Chicago are located at East Bioomington and GREAT NORTHERN TO ALL SOUTH NORTH CALI FORNIA AND MANITOBA TAKK Till GREAT NORTHERN For maps and apply to your home ticket or write to and Ticket GBKAT NOKTHEHN GREAT NORTHERN RAIL liINE ruua iis own Magnificent Dlu iUK 1alaoe Bleeping Special Apart ment Oars and Free Colonist Sleepers on Dally Through ota Of stee track in niinofsf Nebra and penetrates the Mining and Commercial Centres of tha WEST AND NORTHWEST The Unrivaled Equipment of theHJno embraces Sumptuous Dining New Wagner and Pullman Superb day Coaches and Grover Cleveland Sells dent Cleveland has sold Oak his country home near this to the of a Cali fornia syndicate which has been buying largely suburban property in this The price paid was whicK nets Cleveland a profit of about over the price he paid for the property and the cost of improve ments during the four years he owned Honors for a Charles of has just received notification from the Gorman Minister that Emperor Wilhelm has conferred upon him the order of tho grand croaa of the Prussian royal has boon the lawyer for the German crown in this country for many beginning with King William and has been knighted by three Not Guilty of trial of John Bush and Michael Michigan Central charged with manslaughter and gross carelessness in causing the death of six persons in the streetoar accident last was concluded Wednesday even The after being put five returned a verdict of not They Want Kelly NEW The Sun says that Mike Kelly was offered by President Spulding to join the Chicago league club this Ip addition Kelly was to receive Tor his serv In an interview Kelly said he ttiok to tha SHORT BETWEEN i PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS ON 1BK KANSAS CITY and ON TUB THE ONLY ROAD OPERATING THROUGH CAR SER VICE BETWEEN THE C4TIES TAKE THIS ROUTE FOR Mason Morning Spirit AND ALL POINTS IN AND THE FAR TO POINTS IN THE INCLUDING New Mexico and Indian Pacific Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars run on all through trains Between Louis and Kansas City and Paul and Running direct between Paul and Council Bluffs and connecting for San Francisco and all Pacific Coast ONLY LINE TO THE BUCK HILLS For Time Tnblea and full Information apply to any Ticket Agent or UroBB the Passenger Sonsral TraSoUaager Oonl Line operates through cur sor vice between the cities This tha No other between popular route between the NORTH AND THE Its new and modern equipment includes every known insuring SAFETY AND For full information us to time of address nearest ticket or Gcul Oskalooaa newipaper la tbta section prfita so many ads THE It la tha medium through which people expteu and NO OTHER DIBECT LINE FROM TO Kansas AND THB WEST AND THE NORTH Solid Through Trains Direct FROM Louis TO Minneapolis and Paul AND With No Gtiuuge of Cars ot any Class For any further folders apply to nearest ticket or General Howard Genl
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