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   Webster City Tribune (Newspaper) - August 10, 1894, Webster City, Iowa                                i JUDICIOUS ADVERTISING many dull Croat oft many ti now many n largo Secures eucoesa In nny AN IN THE TRIBUNE IB read by many more people Brings better returns to advertiser Than any other pup or In tbo altjf Its circulation la full VOLUME WEBSTER HAMILTON PER THE i Webster Has the only Thoroughly Equipped Dental office in CENTRAL AU work done by the latest Improved When lit want work give me a Over OppenheimerB Clothing Store A A county of A floe In MoMurmjs Webster i i i m ITTORNRY AT ofllca In Now colainblftp WobBter 30tf A TTORNBYATLAW and Collection Aw obiter Office on Second In Orary Special attention putil to A Merchantlle Offloe In Uronnecko Second Webster 3Btt Ct CHASE A ATTOUNBY and Counselors at Webster A Office over Freeman Sec ond ATTOBNHY AT Webster A Will practice In all lite Courts of Prompt mJ tent Ion given to Office In KamrarR Second Street and Will ions down front rooiBB over MedberyB HflBldenoo 1st Webster PUYSI01AH AND Calls promptly attended to day or SVRENA DlaeaaaB of ladles and Children I a Office and 3rd house west ot Baptist Division Callattna jredday or Hf i i PHYSICIAN AND Wobiter Offloe In second atory ot Columbian over Burloaon A BonB KCBidence on the corner Immediately north of tho Illgb School on Bank 1869 1888 HOMfflPATUIC Phyalcittn and Office Rooms at First between Wlllion Avenue Office B to 10 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 Graduate ot Qatmemann Ht NSW Is prepared to do all kinds 1 ot dental work in the moat approved manner known to the Satisfaction over west Second Cltyt Graduate Ontario Veterinary KTBlUNAUY Office at Will V Bales drag cattle and domes tic animals ot all kinds treated on the moot Im proved principles ot the veterinary Teeth clipped or extracted av CLOSZ A REAL LOAN AND INSURANCE chattel and real estate Farm and town property bought and Office over Howard Qoudlos hardware on east 2nd 44tf JAMES pRNERAL I am prepared to cry U sates In Hamilton and Adjoinlcg Rates reasonable and satisfaction Services can bo secured and dates given by call lag at Wheolors one door west of Webster or at Simpson or Address cue at Webster box or at my Ave miles south ot Web ster 1U42 JAMKS Halos cried A la Hamilton and adjoining counties at enable rates and satisfaction Her vices can bo secured and dates given by calling on John at Duncombe orTtuimxHofllceat Webster lltt BTILKVKIU I FALSE Damocrfttlo Incapacity for Intelligent I TOR THE CUBE OF n And all Other Skin q EQUALLY EFFECTIVE IN Nervous and all complaints originating In Ayers Sarsaparilla Has cured will cure rib nod WILL Associate and Actual Guaranteed OiroulatJon OFFICIAL AND CITY Entered SecondClass Mall at tbe Pent Offloe In Webster It AT 1C 3 Of Standing att Inch per Local per per line TKUM8 OF One one If not paid In One one In One one Bent outside ot Republican Judicial A delegate convention of tbe ot tho Eleventh Judicial District ot Iowa will beheld at tho court houso In Webiter Iowa on August at 2 p for tbo purpose of nominating threo judges for the Bio tenth Judicial Tho reprosuntatlon to which tne coun ties tiro entitled is as follows lloone 14 Marshall If Franklin ll Story Hamilton 11 Webster tUtrdlo 13 Wright Tfe V 4 14 Almost as soon as tho votes cast at tbo presidential and congressional elections in 1893 had been counted tho democratic newspapers which had ad vocated the radical tariff reform to which tho democratic party was pledged by the Chicago platform be gan urging Presidentelect Cleveland to call an extra session of congress an soon as he should assume Such papers as the New Yorlc Boston lie Chicago Herald and Louisville CourierJournal insisted that tho people had voted for tariff and it was tho duty of the to them as soon as There was and could be no cxatiso for they Noth ing fitood the way of the passage of abllHvlITch would wipe out tho Me Klnley law if Cleveland would only convene congress in special scs Bion and give the democratic lawmak ers a These radical free trade organs in sisted that the democrats knew exact ly what they They had dis cussed the proposed reform for It would not be necessary to oven ap point a ways and means committee to consider the Just as soon aa congress met tho bill would be and it could bo disposed of In both branches Inside of a Thnt was what tho inoltiers of democratic opinion thought in tho fall of They assumed to believe that tho dem ocratic members of the Fiftythird congress were being consumed by a de sire to lift tho burdens of tariff taxa tion from tho backs of tho Cleveland did call a special ses sion of not for the pur pose of considering a tariff The subject of tariff reform was not evon taken up at that The com mittee on ways and means was ap and it had suc ceeded in formulating a bill before tho regular session of congress convened in Tho work was done iu a cellar by tho light of a dark It was entirely the work of southern The republicans were not permitted to assist in Its and the neoplc who were interested in the subject were given but brief AN EPIC ON THE Froso room In Which tho Trusts Dont Feel Had Prior to tlio Thoro is sorrow in the white where tho lights are dim and low there ia grlof up at tho capital where ead eycd statesmen go there Is pain In tho committee where democrats sit and tho stareyed goddess glow ers as she frowns and bites her thumb there is weeplnff loud and wailing over one poor tariff and the democratic cloak rooms are all cold and Democrats who once were hap py now are siclt and but nobody has discovered that tho trusts are feeling Once the house set out quite gayly to draw up a tariff and the demo crats assembled on tho capitals high Wilson and MoMillin and tho other democrats cut the duties down on coal and Persian cats took the duty oU of slapped a higher one on tinkered with tho tariff question till they all felt gay and nice sent tho bill on to tho happy oer their work and but they found some how or other that no trusts were feel ing For tho big trusts owned tho owned it mind and and they put tho tariff measure in a dusty pigeon Then tho trusts drew up a tariff that was Just what they and tho democratic sen ate merely stood by Tho republicans but their pro tests were in for tho trusts poured out their money as tho clouds pour out the Even Vest and Mills were though they showed that they were mad but nobody could discover that tho trusts were feeling Sugar stock was bought up quickly by the great mens sous and and some fitatcinens names were written secretly in brokers Scandal Crew BO rife and ugly that the In even held investigations and protested In the mer ry secret sessions senators would testify how they never while each winked a roguish Knch had not bought stock nor sold though the public knew they had and the people grew butno trust was fceliny LIKE a ship without a rudder is i man or a woman without health and the necessary strength to perform the ordinary duties of When the ap petite when and dis ordered condition of and bowels assail tuke Ayors KnightB of Pythias Conclave at For the above occasion the North Western Line will sell excursion tick ets to and return at the exceedingly low rate of one fare for the round good for return un til September For tickets and full information apply to agents Chicago NorthWfcetern GOOD the American Sun day Schools Union Rospel left Chicago IdHt On the ear were superintendent of Cedar Evangelist of Ward the boy singer John Phillips QIIIDM and of New York Miles Smith ot Chicago and tho Iowa Male The car will travel over the country organizing and visiting Sunday The car will visit the following points in Iowa liur Iowa Web ster Cedar Iowa Falls and Grundy Center Stops of three days will be made at each place and elaborate services with the Sun day school children will be held at the car on side It will reach here about CYRUS Real Estate and Loan LIFE AND FIRE Notary Conveyancer and Note Mortgages itracts and Agreements drawn at reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed Rooms 3 timl Second Post Office Insurance at onehalf Usual Rates MAUK U Suits to Stylish Trousers to and The FHANB CASH CABD CLAJ3IE3 v 1 8ECOND WEBSTER Johnsons HAVING TKOUHLK WITH HIS Photographs Are the Best IDE 1ST 0 Latwt Teeth Without GAB Office orar Woodwortbi Ueal Uitate WBDHTKU When you aro tired und just step into tho Now tint door west wholesale Second Wobitor New Model Lunch Counter and got a nice Hot cof pie and everything good to eat always on fruits and Temporanco HENRY Money For 1 have now tmcceudoU in arrang ing with my oaslorn compunlus Keep Cool I mn now prepared to deliver ICE to all parts of tho Get your refrig erator ready and Jmvo it ii led with Leave orders at the ofllco or with any of the Real Estate and Loans WtiBSTKR 1 have wild lnudu and Improved fnrmi for tile in lowaunJ And dcM In town roildeucu la any amount from to ON B1IOUT NOTICa And at a letter ruto tlian any body olso can 1 Itaro iirlvita money to loin on roil tato or BOOI clmttel GIVE US A owa Savings Loan o r o Dies timo and can jmy inleroHt II I I Jfwt und principal No Commlson Charged On These Hring In your 1 can now accommodate you Capital Capital Stock Branch Office In Webster Wosley District Webster wiUi WeiroV The democrats had everything their own and yet it required about three months to pet that bill through tho Then tho measure went to tho sen where it waa torn to pieces in the interests of the various which demanded Four hun dred amendments were made to tho house and it wan finally after remaining in the hands of the senate more than four Now the two branches of eontfriiss are in a deadlock over tho two Tire president has found it necessary to in ject himself into the and It is doubtful if the democrats will after in agreeing upon a bill which will please all factious of thu democratic und all thu special and sectional interests which the dem ocrats aro inclined to From all this It appears to be plain that the democrats do not know what they It is appar ent that they havent much of an what tho tariff about which they have talked ninee Is People who hud supposed that tho tie Hire to hiiinah protection represented a fixed and settled democratic policy will bo compelled to admit that they were Present at Washington lead to thu conclusion that tho democrats advocated tariff re form simply for tho purpose of array ing ono man against another and of winning votes for the and when they had a victory upon that IBSUO they found themselves ut terly unablo to formulate and carry out the policy they had The democrats have MI e ceo dud iu demonstrating their incapacity when entrusted with and thoy have folly proved that tho democracy in a party of falso They huvo accomplished nothing land IH costing tho democratic party nomc thing1 in cxpoiionco to discover that a protective tariff and sound mon ey arc worth clinging to after but Bymptonm are not lacking which go to aLow that tlio conversion will bo com Pittsburgh While thu democratic party can not be held responsible for tho suveu teenyoaroltl of tho lat tor is nevertheless an example of a familiar coincidenceiu Hfo that calam ities usually come in Provi deaco in conference committee sat tho democrats tit and the noises of tho conflict rivaled a steum sirens All tho democrats were quar and tho echoes of the fray traveled up tho cable track to the white houso far Members from tho houso grew camo from tho but tho senators responded that they didnt give u IMftleulties grew as many as ttte bones iu Tniinton but no body could discover that the trusts wore feeling Democrats with wrath grew purple and they even weep with At tho white houso lioM but con there tlnd no Smeared with gross and tainted is tho senate tariff hut thu houso Is al most ready to take down tho bitter So tho trusts ure suavely patient ami await tho certain for the houses will is wealuruiul in timo will hiirely So tho house htill chafes and mutters and president is but nobody has discovered that the trusts are feeling tho turn is coining and it will not bo BO lontforothc trusts that now aro gleeful will discover something wrong for the ballot box can oven bend a htubbornbcuatos and republicans will surely draw up the next turllf Gormans bill with nil its all its jobberies and all Its grossest Imperfec all its plcuingn uud its will bo wiped out of and tho nation will bo and ut hist twill lo illseimrrvd that Imsts uro fooling llostou CSTThe democratic of tho bonuto Investigating committee havo decided to Inquirefurther Into thu re lations nf tinsugar trust to tho demo cratic If Gray and Lind say are not careful they will tliul nut Homuttilug about tho bargain which IVUM mudo with tbo trust out of con hlderation for tho big contribution which Ilavumoyer made to thu democratic campaign fund in Cleveland t3THuth the president and Senator 11111 tluvt tar iff bill will They dont say to whom it will be It will take Jin awful lot of JihisJug ami making up mako It Mvtisfactory oven to tlio parties now quarreling over to Miy nothing ol tho imlllona of lulur TUB following is nn account of our recent strike given by the heeds a paper printed in Eng It takes nn Knfilish editor to describe conditions in this country A big revolution is now going on iu the United States of und there is little doubt Hint the govern ment will be The lias been driven from his and him and his ministers are now hid ing in the Tho greatest trouble has been experienced in the capital or where Grover Cleve the ringleader of the has obtained complete The rail road track at that place was torn up and thrown into the Mississippi river a stream considerable longer than the and the stock yards where tho government palaces are have been razed to tbe The trouble was started by a man named who has a stronghold iu the mountains of one of the The man Pullman manufactures a cattle WOMAN suffrage has received anoth er black It has been rejected by the New York State Constitutional Convention by a vote 13 to The Convention was flooded with petitions in opposition to the not from those horrid men but by the great mass of conservative womanhood which always seems to look deprecatiugly on that which tends toward change or innova There will have to be a vast amount of educating before woman re ceives the not among the lords of creation but among her own When the time comes that woman makes an express demand for the ballot she will doubtless receive Reforms are sometimes slow in their progress but educational influences eventually attain the end sought Tun tendency of the age ia decidedly toward a more liberal dispensation of things and itis easy enough to believe that New Buitaeiii orer Death Claims over Ileiarre Money Saved Is Money Earned If you vint to rajUie tbo meiolog of tblB quotation In Its fullest take out a LIFE INSURANCE ICY in tbe Mutul Reserve Fund Life Cyrus y The Now HotiiQ ot Mutual corner Broftdwiy ADuaoe New York Looking for Money an arc yon doing there V to lix the rent in the The seats we soil never need Our chairs us well as our furniture are beautiful but carefully Dont you know some people wear out chairs a great deal sooner than others Do yon belong to the sooner kind V If the quicker you get our chairs the bet We are talking for your Youll profit by purchasing our body such as those BKAUTIPUJj thro1 tlio HKOB 0110 increhilng purpose And tlio tbouRbia u men arc widened with tho jtrocota of tlte The women of America who are looking for emancipation will not bo disheartened by the action of the New York but will keep trying and some day times noblest off spring to women will come in the form of tho Pailoi and Dining Room Chaiis They are poetical in form ami practical in Uuilt with the best of honest labor and good Your POCKETBOOK WONT LEAN by purchasing furniture of but your family will grow MILLER Finest Undertaking Department In Northwestern Sood for We bavo a good supply of line seed Wheat and Huckwheut for sale at the Kxcelslor Itoller HlQliuat market prices paid for all kinds of 35tf ON THE Tho Boat Rato to tho Paolflo Coast Is the Union Iacitlc NorthWestern rust vcstibuled trains or Ialaco SleopitiR Free Reclining Chuir Cura and Suporb Din inKctirsaru run daily from points in Illinois and Iowa through to with Sleeping Cars to San and other important wenteni For tickets am full information apply to Agents Chicago NorthWestern 5U SQUARE When you want to buy on the dont fail to sec our line of Heavy and Guilders HOUSE We have an Immense line of Boar RIvor For fruit and ag riculture one hundred and twenty thousand HITCH uru now ready for all under thu Item Itivur of at lowest tales over L urn Is all adjacent to two overlooking thu treat iSnlt which JIM urea u genial and healthy Mild wiu turs und delightful tho Uleul place to build u homu in which to spend tho balance of your surrounded by farm and which guarantees all thu neeiHsitiiH ami most of the com forts of AdilreHH iiuiulgrutlon Salt Or lUSClmiulAir of i HAY Harpoon and Grapple Buck all Hay Deering and Champion Hin ders and Our Spring Farm Wagons HKAT TllK EVANS Willson IOWA   

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