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   Pella Blade (Newspaper) - January 12, 1886, Pella, Iowa                                VOdtfME XXL MARION IOWA CREAM JANUARY TKRMH OK One one in 1 One six In ml 75 One three In so Advertising rates furnished on When an advertisement In the OUUBCS to buy an article they l MB if they would mention to thr Hint they saw hiH ndvcrtiMCinent in this for Work of nil kinds will ni prompt nnd vnreflll Prlepn uicl work We lire better to do Fine Job Printing tlmu any Give if yon arc not nilis with our werk and will yon PERFECT MADE Thin paper may round on tile at tinu u at Tiokfit Clnrk whore our fricudH at liberty to Mid examine Knttngtlmc of Hijmrturo of nil tviiin11 ngers from tills cnrrylnc f QOINO ln A Gathering Grapes for Mak Cream of Tartar for CREAM BAKING POWDER 1 the convenience of subwribtrf upon each famediatdy the the time at which all trjnre Look at thf blue tnhel n your pa ptr and if you you will greatly tw by a remittance at an early j OKsMAN I ATTORNEYS AT Bvectal attention Ui OMt door east of Charley Porters t B BOUSQUKT ATTORX o AT Will ur dice In niirt Jasper I Office one door north of FellaNation Swiclrtl attention to EAST SIDE ANDERSON old a full line ol Sold cheap for cash or cour kry SCHUBRINGS Main Half Block Soiitii of Hew the best of good ac Charires Proprietor ol AMERICAN First class and centrally No Booms and every for commercial UEB ZYL Itiudu nl fRESH AND CURED MEATS doors south of MOST PERFECT PurfiStanct stivnuosl Natural Fruit flavor as delicately find naturally as the PRICE BAKING POWDER JJentti Natinal iptratintis aim will eiil of Firs Franklin is The Reppointment of Capain From thp The nioiv than pledged the of White as Superitendent of the Rail way Mail hi cause it is the retention of a valuable nnd ifricient official in the puldic H re ward for friithful and intelligent prrtormance of duty which has re snltfld in elevating the Railway Miil to one of the most valuable adjuncts of I ho Postal Captain White is a his republican ism was not permittted to control or sway his ofliciul acts and The inocratic administration fiiily invePtigated every charge of undue and unlawful partisan action made against him and acquitted it could have removed him but findirg him a most fficient public servant has recom niissioned him for another Phis is the sort of civil service re form Cleveland promised the com and not only promised i ut luiti given Against it the which day by day present some new evidence of Cleve ands humbug civil service re are impotent and When was a republican admin istration known to appoint a demo crat to office Suppose Blaine had elected President and White had been a how long would he have held vffice el wee would he had to term TOMBEH hlg until his N one none I no One would have oi his being Even the Arthur republicans all over the countiy were black lisied by Bl aid his inauguration would have been the signal for a wholisde official df capitation such as thp countiy has never All was fully understood Every official was Has not the blaiue press gloated every it objicMonable official ieefi removal they to His JOE SLiVAf The Has just received the Latest Styles of French and English Suit ings and FOK FALL AND WINTER and will be made up to onler at the lowest living Perfect tit and the best of workman fhip umintnteed or no appealfed to the Prteident U the sneaks and trait ors During the campaign the Uiaine committee did not hesitate to threaten that every nfficial who cid not woikfor the Mulligan letter writer would have to walk the No intelligent man in the country can stand up arid say he Ixlityis Bloine would have appoint ed a democrat to or retained i republican who was Only republicans would have been kept on and only Blaine Pwsiilent Cleveland has done more to prevent the debauching of Ihe public service than any repub lican Fourfifths of the republican officials are still retain cd much to the disgust of the publican party and rnafchine who find the party tion dtraoml thereby ancj Tha numbar of we stop 1he clatter of the newly converted civil service re the republican long enough to simply state the fuctn bout what Cleveland has Nobody takes any stock in all their show of the country at large laughs at the sor row of those who for twenty five years wouldnt permit a democrat to hold a Kederal and a majority ot the irresppctive of wouldt think it quite a just retribu tion should republicans be turn ed out of every Crying about the offices is not going to bring the republicans any course in tins has we an incslirvuil good to tlie It shouUi hind thoughtful citizens of hoth purlins to him as to man whose and faithfulness deeen strongest By his cautious nnd course the President h avoided a rnischi gerous disturbance of thn c c as rot evous but he hns s repuMifin I partisans the number of he has Mot to ccape to lie in his letter he rightly si ve partisans and manipulatorsof local party in He 1ms redeemed thf matte because they have not a particle of claim to Of the new civil service re form converts make all their noise over the and these are t be contrary to the spirit of the though no body ever heard about the spirit until there was a democratic admin There wasnt enough foirit in the refom under repub lican adrainistations to enable a democrat to get an office of honor and A camel would have hud an easier time in passing through the eye of a Now about the There are a little over Presidential and they include the mass of the higher subordinates in the of of both parties from the bondage state and fderal Herein lies one of the chief hern lis of a fuithfuly excuted ciil service leaves the voters free to choose their own servants and disables the political machines of both Sume of the merely scurrilous re publican organs cry out that if he displaces notorious republican politicians puts democratic politicians in their But the ai swer is plain to any sensible man II he forbids to democratic and re publican officeholders alike the use of their official place and influence for partisan purposes Or has done and m how active a partisan tp demption fund HrviMjr tary Manning has made a call for and the infor that regular calls will now MHOH unless the r Lain he I to pay the cus house in in its enl propoi m Some partisan organs have en avond to WHO the ssiou that this bond call is the result of Senator lacks epecrh criticising the of the Treasury De partment under Arthur artel a s his fe gold He has arid j ot bureaus Jepartment8 H l f I before he and other customs and inter nttlrevenue postmasters in the Indian agents and public land pension dis trict and other officials of A cartful of the whole li t of such officials thowp that there have been only 643 Under the State De partment there have been 80 un der the Postmaster 266 unflei and under the attorney 1 of tlieSe places in one furoiie Dealer UdiSertaker Sole Ugent in this for terving embalminrr tttiS Suits Ymuk order from 20 aiio at Law CourW I All coi will Imve n HAS liWPORTED FROM FRANCE Pdicheron llnmeii Vftlueil InrlmUS 70 PEU CKN HOHKS imv VilonU inoiiliilillshert liy iiwIlRrcos re Parchoron Stvjrt Rook of ttieouly Stud UooU evvr In Unit EVER IMPORTED TO BTOOKONHAND I k ill liar HE soo Impctud n Old enough for workers to viliift their hands in partisan for ris utter wlwto Home republican glyen officeUB a party ia removed Vnni8a who hins been oatraoked by Can ftdtmuistratrtfuB ia yiyen the It will lafee a long while tor at the present rate of removals ami to ttiat division of public offico which true civil service re form the republican press will to exprecs horror over iiy removal and bitterly denounce they will not lave a word of commendation for the retention and reappointment the past were filled with the repub lican party selected sole ly because they were workers and retained because they Would tinue to be They were the product of the spoils system pure and The nonPresidential offices are principally the petty postmaster There are of these which in the past were filled exclusively by republicans by the small party workers for the mani pulation of local The fourthclass pus t office was the head quarters of the political organ and the postmaster was the local They iu every Stats constituted an inumencie and ready ped party They tftecUve agents in all national and State It will fcur prise the country only about o officials have been greatly btciusa repub licans prefrr to hang on to the Tliey see that thin rot was 1J tlitl The question is how luioorvrlucts himself in and whether he obeys the laid down in the Christmas let ter of fitnees and devo tion to public duty with the quiVt and unobtrusive exercise of in lividusil rights as the measure of party In it should not escape attention that the real bos ses and machine men of the re publican parly are seriously dis because the President has not made a and are iiisis all Secretary Man long cd his puipcse of i calls the tricniinf lie could rt serve in accomplished republican predecessor iiilcd to and if there is any po litical capital in the achievement it belongs to the democratic adminis He will probably now ba criticised f endangering the gold reserve by cillin weather ing a nice cnrnf pheis are hav around time of it all Those wha an open winter haye rMr period of During noHdays thiy pulled up their hats ard wii ed the prespiration ofl brows and said I told you rhey luwe crawled into their holes in after The who predicted an iw fully light are pant ding the stixets with fur overcoats and all sorts quantities of and relalinij the wildest uflhri thenaometers freez ing in every Bth sides their chance to PERCHERON THK CuMMIjblONtlH UF AUKiCULTORi Salft OF PiiRCHtRON George of United have promised to meet deijrives them old Workers tnirj and is tehaine to demoralize and No higher bmtfc Up the could be paid Clevelands administration than the discom fiture the republican con B urlinitn The Bond t by Secretary first Call the able to make since Neither nor Mr made a bond A word about CH 11 ma This Treasury has Greshara Arthur call on tpi They pannot have ieen under the law have terra of wr tt is littla wqndnr that the in de eiideut and sensiWe press of the country isaurpriatni at few reuiovaiw Presijent ClbVelaud has made in the repubi can partisan civil The New York voicing class of public snys taking office found the gold reserve in the Treas ury in a precarious it had been steadily diminishing under the operation of the silver coinage and certificate A very small portion of the revenues of government was being in gold an extraordinary propor tion in silver and silver He then upon adopted the policy of stopping bond in or der to accumulate a gold This policy wns continued during tlie last six mouths of Arthurs I with the at telegraphrd as follows I regret exceedingly my inability be with Am heartily pathy with your positively forbkls my leaving tbe My disappointment is greater than The Percherous ure recognized a distinct breed ID and are entitled to a Stud Bood there and in this country as much as and as much as any bred of cattle to a herd Their introduction has greatly improved the furtn and draft I think the publication of a Stud Book iu both countries Will in this case in all add grentely t the future value of the It is gratifying to know similar sentiments are entertained by soine of the nent notably V buying but pedigreed has done ward the introduction of the in types of the almost all 1 imported nearly since 129 Two years olil and le by kll lt liowevri lipu liitnlllgnit nniiiu li mll nil fin mull lie I These we confess surj The same policy was adopted and prise they will very many who followed with still greater vigor and read we propose to s iy a few succiso by President Clevelands ad In the firsi we believe though in its early the if they could be got ilux ol silver certificate would whow that through the custom houses having coining into power as the elect ot u constantly increased the proportion paity which bus been out i tlie oi tho gold reserve fell to the collfor nearly u quarter of a cenlowest point since the resumption Landagent at Orange Sioui hns several inij the republican Superintendent of the vast Railway Mail Service of the country with its thousands of If they do ao at itwill hit accoiupanifd with a vulgar sheer Hod miserable ubput the demourHtic purty btinu uoablo io i ll M proved praiiie ai rrasonable prices iu Sioux and ad coiit also in localities of Nebraska and Kansas quire for BUCKLINS AUN1CA The Best Salva in the workl fa has madb fewer changes in tbe of specie The intelligent officu hohiing staffthan anyrepuband vigorous effirts of Secretajy lican President ouccqeding one of Manniay have checked the eubiti his own He there lution of silver for gold and rtstor caused less of that kind of disturb ed the gold reserve to its old pro anca wh expurietiou has shown which is about to be most and demor Umn any of Fever ped Chilblains all Skin and positive cures or no pay is ui of ihv which or 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