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Rock Valley Register (Newspaper) - March 8, 1895, Rock Valley, Iowa ADVERTISERS Should remember they re ceive results through THE Can he obtained by Adver in ROCK SIOUX FRIDAY MARCH NEW WHITE GOODS Every department in our store is rapidly filling up with the best values the markets of the world IAVK IX Clement of Scandal is not so Conspicuous The notion that prevails to some extent that society in Washington is composed of rather dubious ele ments is not so suprising when it is considered how fully the glare of the searchlight of public notoriety is tnruti upon socialruovements at PD K Are the Lowest Ever i facfc thai We are selling ijeW goods at prices fchai soijie of gob paijiijg for old shift Uijder the dehisioi that goti are getting O6r Goods Prices ore NO TIMES Waiiiijg for Making Counters Shelves Loaded With BAR We will Selling Prices Our Spring Goods are hefe and are ready for Your Call Early and secure your YoUrs for the Nations As far as offical at is concernd those as leaders are tho members of the families of public The American public has fallen into the habit of being inter ested in whatever concerns our pub lic the female members of these officials come in for a share of Everything connect ed with the daily life of such people what they wear and what they eat and where they is chronicled at length in thcwaily press and is read from one end of the country to the If this gossip can be seasoned with the spice of a little scandal the opportunity is not neg and the spice is used with an Recently there have appeared veiled illusions in the newspaper relative to a probable divorce suit as the end of a marriage high which took place in this city not very long Thtf Ijetails ire given with a certain vagueness which is probably owing to the im mature condition of the scandal which is alleged to 4u about to burst upon the atouished gaze of the When all the facts are if ttic aflair ever reaches the point of a it will be found to be ouly the ordinary experience of the average girl who has married either with too great confidence in her powers to reform a dissipated or with a trust that the man of her choice than he really is It may he that the de cided stand which the wife in this case has taken may lead to the de sired reformation in the and that legal methods will not be There is another instance here of the matrimonial mishaps in the family of a prominent which is being talked about a great There is no reason to suppose that there is any connection be tween high office and the domestic uuhappiness of the daughters of the family of the person who is honored with such a mark of public esteem and but it is a fact tUnt the prominence of the father lends additional interest to the affairs of the In striking coustrast with the publicity given to the unhappifiess or misfortunes of the female rela tives of high is the potouud silence which the news papers maiu relative to the deliqueneies and the weaduesses of the oflicals them There are well known in stance of men holding posi tions who indulge in dissipations of various Their weaknesses in these particulars are known outside of the of circle of their personal ac yet unless there is solie flagrant jict the mantle of silence is thrown over their and they escape the tho unpleasant notoriety which newspaper publication The other evening a well known mem ber of the upper House was seen in car in a condition of intoxi cation that he could not maintain an upright but sat with his feet sprawling out across the attracting the attention of everyone who entered the car to his maudlin The corre spondent of of tlie leading newspapers in the countiy happen ed to be in the and when an ac quaintance referred to the he said in a casual that is his usual It did not suggest to him a topic for a newpaper While it should not be inferred that all of a I statesman are in the habit of com ing home iu such a th case serves to illustrate the differ ence in treatment of the failings of public men aud of those of the fe male nuMiibers of their A ciose observer oi social life of this city is apt to remark upon the individual freedom which custom and which may be re garded as of the prevailing fea tures of social intercoure at the Cap This may be called cosmopo litan OK any other term which in dicates a blending of diverse ele ments and an ease of intercourse which is free from the shackles of the social distinctions of the ordi nary In spite of the strong temperance wine contin ues to be dispensed as a part of the refreshments offered at nearly all social It may be added that it use and not its abuse may be one of the reasons for its place in he social Ln veiw of the freedom of social the almost universal serving of aud the extremely youthful ajk at winch Is now appear iu it is surprising that the scandals in so icty life are not more numerous and Hut liberty is not license and because a young girl in Wash ington society enjoys an almost un restricted it does not fol low that she lias that strong sense of propriety and the sense of self respect which enable her to pass through temptations ye in Sioux City Journal The act passed by the legislature at its last undertaking to provide for female sumage at certain sciiool may cause a great deal of That is only effect it can The act is undoubtedly unconsti Its uncoustitutiolality was clearly pointed out to the legis but for some iuscruitable reason it nevertheless persisted iu putting it iu the statute The school election in Siou City is a case in The validity of the vote for certain purposes may be put in doubt by the may inyolye In any event it will cause a great deal of needless trouble in holding the oiec tion Sud in the Such legislation is not only non sensical but also If the people of Iowa want woman suf there is a plain way to get at and the plain way is to change the state The people of Iowa have limited the suffrage to This is a fact which the reformers have strangly Half ana THE CITY A democratic Mayor aud As Tho flection Monday resulted iu tho democrats electing the mayor and Warren aud Shepliard each received 105 votes for councilman and it will have to be decided by law who will be Contest papers have been The total vote was the largest in the history of the 117 being Tho friends of Vitzthum made a gallant fight for and when it is considered that a number of democrats opposed the ticked it will be seen that they accoomplish orl something substantial in giving him the majority that he Only 4l straight democratic votes were cast against 61 Considerable interest wsis mani fested all day as to who would be victorious iu the alderiuanic Warren was looked upon as invitftiable as he received a heavy republican but was cut iu un expected whith caused the the There is no question but what had Wilson Hiukley or his friends a single effort iu his be half he would easily received a safe During the counting of ballots intense interest prevailed and only when the counts was finished that the result was The following figures suuimariaei the result For Mayor 94 For full term 01 For short term Th 97 93 John Van den 121 For Treasurer 69 For Recorder Wilson 105 John Albert son For Assessor For Street Commissioner Dirk Vauder 99 School Caucus The qualified electors of the In dependent district of Rock Valley hereby notified that a caucus will be held at the office of Smith on Friday March at oclock to nominate candidates forshcool old wouldnt you enjoy your smoke bettor in nomo more com forlablo but you see 1 promised wife that I would never smoko insido tlie hoiiso or out of and I hato to go back my An interesting relic of tho cyclojio oj last June was by Ktital q Silver Liiku in a fiold on section Kiel Valley It is twothirds of jl bill issued by tho Belvidoro National bank of Now Tho other third of tho stuini bill was found a few days after tho oyclouti by who loft it with tho liaiik of The part found after a lapso of five mouths was six miles from where tho first pieeo was found aud is in very good condi Miuneapolis Another Advatieu on or HtilTnwn of Carroll IIIIH an order to the force at work sinking an artesian well for city water purposes to continue drilling until they striko water or Tho well is ill ready down a distuned of over feet iu snow white Intor Seed arid Pure Blue Stem wheat and choice barley free froui all foul seed for cash or MuiuHY The Pioneer House Foppe has neceived another invoice of imported rarpets oi the most elogaut will sell j them ior less than he bought his carpets afc wholesale last He has a stock imequaled in this The There will be no meeting of the next At the last meeting donations were received from the Young Peo ples proceeds of Reading Room Henefit Also S18 from the ladies gave 1 tlie Reading Jioom Feb Iijiry The members of the i take this opportunity to express their heartfelt The ladies tender their uunuai raous thanks for the use of the piano kindly loaned them by 1 Will
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