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   Pella Blade (Newspaper) - February 9, 1886, Pella, Iowa                                PELLA VOLUME FEBRUARY THE PELLA rOBLUHBD BVBRY TUEBDAT BY MAKION TBBMS OF one in ilz In 75 three in M Advertising furnished on When an advertisement in the BLADE causes Mr renders to buy an article they would serve us if they would mention to the ad vertiser that they saw his advertisement in this Orders for Job Work of all kinds will receive prompt and careful Prices and We are better prepared to do Vine Job Printing than any other office in Marlon Give us a trial and If you are not satis led with our work and pioes we will charge you This paper may be found on at all times at Ticket M Clark where our friends are at liberty to call Md examine Noting time of departure of all trains carrying passengers from this GOING P OOINO CREAM The Way in Which Grover Has Been POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE Prepared by a physician with special regard to No Lime or J IN FRANC Making Cream of Tartar for CREAM BAKING POWDER the convenience of subscribers we have placed upon each inmediately after ike Ihe time at which all subscriptions Look at the blue label n your pa per and if you areinarrears you will greatly tbliye us by a remittance at an early GESMAN ATTORNEYS AT Special attention Riven to ant door east of Charley Porters UOUSQUET A ATTORNEYS AT Will iL practice in and Jasper Ottice one door north of Pella Nation al Siwcial attention krivin to EAST SIDE MOST PERFECT MADE mid stroiiKPst Natural Frnlf flavor as delicately naturally as tlxi I PRICE BAKING POWDER ANDERSON At his old keeps a full line oi Sold cheap for cash or approved coun try CHUBRINGS Main Half Block South of Dental rooms over east end of Firs nal Entrance on Franklin Hunt is prepared to perform all operations pertaining to Hie chief itim will he to save 2 few the best of good ac Clmrtres T Proprietor of AMERICAN First class and centrally Sample Rooms and every convenience for commercial VAN 1KR ZVL Dealers In all kinds of FRESH AND CURED MEATS three doors south of Du Co 111 HAS IMPORTCD FROM FRANCE Perehtron llmum Valued nt luclndes about 70 PER fKN ALL IfOIMSS White purity ofMoml hv ppillgrfei Btud nook of Ineoulr Stud liouk ever lu Hint country EVER IMPORTED TO STOCK ON HAKD Imported Brood lares soo Imported Old enough for 120 Two years old and ike prin ciple aciiteii by all Intelligent lireedtri liowevrr well brett aiiiuiMlf may be SAID to Iftheir me nnl they should be valued only an t will nrll all Imported itnck at grade iirlree when I cannot fun lib Hit verified by tin nrlrlnal French of its number anl record in the Penheron Hiuri Hnok of lOOPaBf IllUf trned cut r H wwt of on Chicago Kortbwtsuro V Fuinitute Dealer Undertaker Sole agent in this place for pre serving and embalming Law OBANQB 11 In the Htite CourlM of Mloux ig mid lii tlie Supreme All ioin Bponcieiice ou iiii Uw mttHerb will liave nl J Ulo tnvl BT7T iT Office over Van Marens Bull hag opened ail olHoe In thta city and irlc short nutloe and itt Peifth put In fr a net for BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER Mews Depot in Bast Side of IOWA Agents for our 144 page Catalogue and Price list of Rubber stumps and Agents Addrtss lowu State Pella Iowa Home ottlfll Ni i i if mm UHpltnl not U ou want liiisinens at which per HOIIH urellher younsj or oun mak gruut pay nil tlie time ihcy wllliuhNu lite writu for particulars to H Glycerine The best on earth cm truly be said of Grids which is a cure for bruis scald1 and all other Will positively cure p and nil skin titisfuction guaranteed or money Only 25 For sale by YAM Am I Ami am I not Ami II I am not who in am I This is about the way rmtters must strike Grover Grov er had an idea that he was the chief executive officer of these Yoo nited Statts in fact belabored under the impression that he was Nothing could be further from the tor Senator Edmunds and the Republicans of the Senate are the bocses of this great and mighty and Grover hag found him pelt As Cleveland is not what is lie Well you cant almost al WHys The undersigned can give a correct reply to the above so he it but it is his private publicly that the S nate will find Cleveland one of the hardest tocrncK that thuy have tackled in some Would it not be well to adminis leralitlle of treatment for OQHd to the members of the Senate SoniH peoule favor killing i he but I oppose thstt meas There is an old law which provides fur ihe killing of all pr who draw blood upon fools and we none of m wish to the teath penalty for bleeding a R publican Senator we cuild 1t the to the M Assassin lion in wh cti cise I woulii in favor uf letting tlie bleytliiie as then wecjulJ run no The Senate is going to tell its it Grover does not show up the Aickedntss otall the Republicans ne bus and it will serve him i it What right hns Cleveland any to n move a Republican Post muster appoint a member oi the tinted Dtuiutvucy to bis place The should lake a little sa liva and wipe Grover in the s me way ihut a shoolbiy removes be from his Tiie buy uses a little Stliva and t ie cnft of hs There is erkiiidufa cuff which methinks wouhJ prove bem ticial in this shouM take a point him due north and let him cuff the Senate wiih his southern If it should be thought that th s would be too degrading to the hybrid he would ot be obliged to use some other s yle of The people have been fooled into tie belief that they ha J made C eveland They sup p sed him to be possessed of certain which pertained to that we haye learned that the Senate was we find we were Perhaps the De mocrats have been lyim to us about his political and as we have learned that ne ie not the head of the we begin to doubt the which is frequently that be was at one the Governor of New Perhaps he is a myth if the Senate does not find him to be a pretty husky kind of a fore thty get through with you can take my tobacco away from It is my opinion that Cleve land intends patronizing home ta lent and that he will not go away from home to and that he will soon say to the members of the Look here Chillen I am running this thing do you hear my gentle voice Jo Edmundc procured a demand tor the papers in the removal of the Dis trict Attorney ofSouthern The President directed the Attor ney General to decline sending the He did and the Demo cratic Senators haye endorsed him and the Now let the dance go on We shall see who is President of these United Edrnuuds or The President and his There has been one circumstance attendant upon the return of the Democncy to power which impress ed Mr Cleveland very and to which he constantly refers with gratification and after twentyfive yeare ot the Dem ocratic parly was restored to its old supremacy there was an apprehen sion that the country would be giv en over to hungry and public place be made the reward of more or lesH disreputable party per Republic in organs had preached this forbidding For two whole decades conservative people had bien terrorized by the grisly Honest patrio tic men in tens of thousands had been constrained by the fear that demoralization would come in with the and order and re speclability and seemliness go out with the This appalling conjured up by dishonest Republican lies been robbed of its menace by Democratic moderation and patriot The hungry pre dicted so confi lently and expected with such has not occur Excluded from office for a quarter of a century and maligned with bitterness sufficient to provoke almost any the Democracy have bnrne themselves with a tem perance and a self control which have won fir them the esteem nnd of the entire coun There bus been no no discordant chorus of The Democratic masses have cor dially cooperated with Mr CUvn land in his policy of regarding pub lic office as a public They be lieved that he meant to distribute i he patronage in the interest of the with a view to the servicf and securing to the peo lle the fruits of honest governtner Tin y applauded his pur p s of setting up a lofty standard to and above rallied to his banner of civil service and lent him thnr countenance and encouragement in the crusade against iiicompetency and If ever a political organization put aside the temptation of phce and perquisite and devoted itself to self the Democratic par ty has done these So far from embarrassing the President in his work it has I eld up his The country has been regaled with the wholly novel spectacle of a practically new to power and unused to its not only consenting t but helping to contrive the employment of its as cendency to purely patriotic ends Cleveland had been left free to realise his and has been ap proached by the Democratic masses only so far as was necessary to as sure him of their sympathy and confi The Presdent would be strangely ungrateful if he filled to appreciate this co operation by his Aa a matter of he does appreciate He makes it the subject of con stant and ranks it among the most gratifying and strength ening of his It has shown him that the attitude of the Democratic party during the cam paign was sincere that its declared principles were not mere catch iemiy protestations thrown out to dazzle and delude the country He feels that in the great work he lias laid out he is sustained by the dear est and deepest convictions of li s and he has been taught by expnrienca to realise in this qlHSt fr tha greatest ami in this effort to eleyate and purify the machinery of our Iv is not in advance but simply abreast the patriotic and in telligent millions who elected York Cleveland has shown the Sen ate what sort of stuff he is made Land Grant ForfeitureSi The Democratic House is redeem inst the pledges made by party in to the forfeiture of unearn ed land On Thursday last a batch of forfeiture were acted They were reported to the House in one short and in clude the grants in 1856 and 1866 to the State of Louisiana and Alabama to aid in construction of a number of rail In most of these cas s the construction of the railroads WHS never In others very little work had been done even to this when in others the roads were not even The pull c lands that have been withhel I from settlement by these grants for the piiPt thirty years comprise of Hcrea and Committee on Pub lic Lands urged the forfeitures both because the terms ot the grants had iot been complied with and because public sentiment demands that the lands hh ill in all such cases be returned to the public f r Toe present purpose of the lee ic to take up the Atlantic and Pacific land urant and its un earned lands are sure to be recom mended for f for the pres ent committee as a whole is com posed of more than the lait who are earnestly in favor of ruenreriu all Ian Is art held by railroad corporations with out with the terms of tlinir The sentiment of House is very deciieily in favor of that policy but the Senate will probably be very tender with The action is a fore cast of what will occur when the California and Oregon grant comes Ii is not probable that the House will stop to listen to any ex cuses or apologies on behalf of the railroads for not builrting the lines in the time stipulated by An important amendment was oftred by of pro viding tliat lands restored to ih public shall be subject to entry and setilnment under the iirovisions of the homesteau law only provided that if the salts of any such lands have hereto fore been made by the United such sales are hereby con amendment was adopted and the as On the following day the Com mittee Public Lands held an ex tended session after the adjourn ment of the House and agreed up on the bill declaring forfeited all lands within the grant to the At lantic and Pacific Railroad lying opposite the unconsiructed portio a of the Chairman Cobb was instructed to report the bill back to the The committee agreed to a favor able report on McRaes bill to pro tect homestead settlers within rail wny limits restricted to less than 160 acres of who have hereto fore made or may hereafter m ke the additional entry allowed by the acts of March or July after having made fin A proof of Sltleroent and cultivation under the original entry patented without further cost or proof of settlement and cultivation and in all tuch en tries patents shall be issued us toon as reported to and approved by the General Lind After disposing of that matter the committee deuated at length the question of declaring forfeited the land grant of the S mthern Pacific Railroad which came up on a proposition by of to declare an of the entire reaching a conclusion the committee and the matter re mains the pending order for the next It is reassuring to learn that win ter wheat in Illinois Missouri and Maryland has not been seriously in jured by the cold NUMBER Men seldom think of the vent of death until the shadow falla across their own hiding forever from their eyes the traceof i he loved ones whose living were the sunlight of their Death is the great antagonnt of the cold thought of the tomb is the skeleton of all We do not want to KO through the dark although its passage may lead to and witii 8 we do not want to He down in the muddy even with kings and princs for our But the fiat of nature is There is no appeal of relief from the great law which dooms us to We flourish an I fade us the lea VPS of ihe and the flower that blooms and withers in a day has not a frailer hold life than the mightiest monarch that ever shook Hie earth with his footsteps Gen erations of men appear and the countless multitude that ihronps the world will to morrow disippear as the footsteps on the In the beautiful Irama of the instinct of irn so eloquently uttered by the death devoted finds a leep response in every thouahtful When about to yield his young existence to a sacrifice to his Jlemaiilhe asks if they slull not meet U which he I have asked that dread ful question of ihe hills that trie clear htreams that flow for stars among whose fi H of azure my spirit hath walked in All were But while I upon thy living I feel tint there is something in love that cannot wholly We shall meet Tins Democratic Administration proposes to restore to the people acres of land swindled from ihem by grants to railways that have not complied with the terms of their ly illegal fencing of cattle ranges and ty fraud ulant The party has pledg ed itself to the arid will Sparks to detect the Congress to pass the necessary lenislation and Cleve land to execute the this ureat work for the peoples good will be The disaster to Florida may be so general and over whelming as It is almost inconceivable that not only the orange butthetiees themselves should be every where destroyed throughout the State by the recent The statement BO widely telegraphed sounds like a gross It should be remembered that more than two thirds of the present orange crop has already been safely and most of it leaving sorm thing It ss than onetnird on the orange growers as sert that no one can tfll within a month whether an orange grove baa Wen killed or not the trees will not show it Setting aside all the talk about Florida being set back halt a century and almost wiped let us wait and hope for the Kerosene Lumps the light often is uneat sfactory while all ap parently is in good It should bborne in mind the wick is but very gradually it is constantly becoming legs able to conduct the During several weeks some quirts of oil are slowly tillered through the which stops every particle of dust or other matter that will with the utmost ctre belli the best kinds of The result is thut the though it is of sullicient length and look as good as has its conducting power greatly as its so to or the minute channels by which the oil reachers the place to be become gradually obstruct It is often economy to substi tute H new wick for an old even if that he plenty long enough to serve for some time 10   

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