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Burlington Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - May 15, 1886, Burlington, Iowa Summary we have we have we have in 1er riling a the Grant it tout of Liciago. Id say rat an year. Re for in the City. In the City in the City everybody in need of a Nice _. _ suit or Light weight coat and Vest should Call at our store Pumford m amt t Lin of fans a will place and see what we have. ,0>hi h prices Are lower and our goods i1�?o� �?o�no01 �?�a�0 a �slol3l. The Best. Fine Fane Worth $3.00 $1.50. The strike in the Chicago Yards is ended the men return old terms of ten hours work hours pay. The Senate after passing Public building Bills and debate general pension Dill adjourned Day. The House did nothing but private Bills yesterday. Work at the North Chicago Mills at Bay View has been r labourers and boiler tenders be de an increase of pay. There is no change in the the tailors and Tailo resses the manufacturers stand Al the middlemen can afford to increase in wages. It is stated that John Bri sent himself from the Hou Mons on the occasion of the the second Reading of the Bill. His example will be is influence on other member More firearms were sold in by during ube past three were sold during the orders have just been 1,000 More rifles. The knights of labor of Cleveland and other labor organizations Are working of s scheme for taxing All foreign immigration and will soon Forward a a tuition to Congress asking that such a in be passed. Among the Illinois pioneers who died yesterday were Horatio t. Ellis of Quincy and m. H. Swift of Ottawa. A manufacturing firm in the Irish province of Ulster has concluded arrangements to Transfer its Mills to Germany and it is said the ethers Are considering the advisability of moving. An agent of the Banque desc mate of Paris who recently fled after perpetrating heavy forgeries reappeared yesterday and at the Point of a revolver compelled the director to sign Cheeks for $80,000. A famous summer hotel in Berkshire county Massachusetts known As Gray lick Hall valued at $40,000, was destroyed by fire on thursday night. An English bicyclist named Stephens who undertook a tour of the world on Bis wheel was arrested while crossing the Frontier of Afghanistan. The sheriff at St. Louis has been instructed to summon a third panel of jurors for the trial of Maxwell the murderer of Preller. A fire at Joliet Illinois destroyed the elevator of Donly Brothers valued at $28,000, containing 60,000 bushels of Oats. Ban Fox was scratched for the Louisville Derby and Ben Ali won with ease. The Standard Oil company in ships g its product to the Pacific coast end a special rate which is Worth $529,-per annul. The discrimination is made wholly by the transcontinental lines. Oyne soldiers of the Wpm Bui a a been failed at Marshalltown Iowa the Gazette. Entered at the poet office at Burlington Iowa As second class matter. Published daily and weekly. Terms of subscription payable in Advance daily. Delivered in City per 00 mail subscribers one year postage paid. 7 00 u not paid in Advance. 8 00 weekly one copy one year postage paid.81 25 specimen copies sent free on application. Address ail orders to the Gazette Burlington Iowa. A main girl testifying in a breach of Promise Case exhibited a transcript of a record showing the number of times her Lover kissed her and applied endearing epithets. She asked for $5,000 damages but the jury gave her Only $500. The average Maine Man knows that in a state where women Are so far in excess of the men the Tariff on kisses should be kept very Low. The Des Moines regi Ter in charging that the Chicago anarchists were All democrats was not aware that their chief Parsons is the sex Republican postmaster at Dallas Texas. The latest evidence of the a a Triumph of prohibition comes from the books of the collector of internal Revenue in Kansas. It appears that during the past year 2,832 retail liquor dealers Stamps were issued and that there was an increase of 75 retail liquor establishments in the state. In tvs Fine Fana Worth a2.00 a j for breaking an agreement Only once each week. ��o1.00 salvation army in Iowa to Parade e. M. Eisfeld amp co. Cor. Main and Valley its. Telle Host Jonas Drury of Springfield Ohio who predicted most accurately recent storms in that state based it Recor a the daily Alta California or. Jehn p. Irish a paper agrees with or. Bradley b. Smalley of Vermont that president Cleveland will be renominated and heartily supported by the democratic party. It adds a apis course will by that time have so eur feed the party a ranks that the nomination will be a divalent to this is sound judgment and the truth. The Senate committee on military affairs has reported Logan a Bounty Bill. This measure has been before Congress for about Twenty years. It provides for the payment of Bounty to All enlisted men who have not received it. It Calls for an enormous expenditure of Money estimated at $400,000,000. The Only time it passed Congress it was vetoed by president Grant. Secretary Lamar a enforcement of the Law which prohibits canvassing among the government clerks during office hours ruled out solicitors of knights of labor among others. Whereupon a Republican Organ sneers at him As having a gained his ideas of the claims of labor in a school which taught that slavery was the Workingman a Best he did no to learn it in a school peid41y, but Stock of Rushing business no Dull times at the a Menean Ose Price clothing a. Ump for these reasons 1st. Because our goods Are All new and have no old Stock. 2d. We carry the latest styles. 3d. We manufacture our own goods. 4th. Our prices Are lower than any other House Iowa. 6th. We treat our patrons polite Aud we Are willing to show our goods at any time. 6th. We Mark our goods in Plain figures and have strictly one Price. And a Good Many More reasons Why there is always such Rushing business at the american one Price clothing House baby Semb. Bonnets. Jmst amp Tai life Chittenden amp Eastman manufacturers and jobbers of chairs bedsteads cupboards tables bureaus chamber suits Book cases. Parlor suits easy chairs mouldings mirrors brackets Cabinet hardware coffin s and undertakers goods. Children a 100-110 to third St., Blix Llxie Toxi Iowa. For Twenty years has issued warming for june 13 and 14. At a meeting in Loudon yesterday lord Hartington informed his followers that sufficient Liberal votes had been pledged to insure the rejection of Gladstone s Home Rule Bill on its second Reading. The Price of Silver in the London Market is 45 Pence per ounce making the Bullion value of the Buzzard Dollar 76� cents. British capitalists sent James Black to Baltimore with an offer to expend $7.-000,000 in constructing the Chesapeake and Delaware ship canal if the citizens of Maryland will furnish $1,000,000. The Ohio Senate has passed the Republican congressional gerrymandering Bill which has also progressed to second Reading in the House. President Cleveland has nominated it / Henry f. Severance to be United states i judge for Western Michigan and David w now a i q Fulton As United states marshal for a a quot 1 Western Wisconsin. The fund for the Benefit of the Chicago police now amounts to nearly $42,-000. The contributions received yesterday being $1,225. The Bissell carpet sweeper company at grand rapids mich., has announced to employees that the eight hour Experiment has not proved satisfactory and that they will return to the old Stylo next monday. An unknown Man supposed to be insane undressed himself in one of the niches near statuary Hall in the Capitol at a Alwington yesterday and springing Stark naked upon one of the pedestals to struck a statuesque attitude. He was placed under arrest. Smith Derbridge a Young attorney of Duluth minn., c0mmitted_suicide by a hooting yesterday. The ship ice King from the Phillip pins islands for Boston was sunk in a collision with an unknown Steamer May 7th off Point Lloyds. The ship was valued at about $30,000 and her cargo of sugar at about $90.000. Her officers and Crow Are reported saved. The House Post office committee has agreed to recommend non concurrence in the subsidy amendment to the Post office appropriation Bill. All the other Senate amendments Are concurred in. All the democratic members of the committee present voted against the subsidy amendment and All the Republican members except messes. Guenther and Wakefield for it the Detroit club again Defeated the Bostons yesterday 5 to 4, in eight innings. Rain prevented other league games. Father Galeote. The priest who assassinated the Bishop of Madrid on Palm sunday in front of the Cathedral will be tried during the May. The prosecutor will ask that the sum of $10,000 he granted As an indemnity to the family of the Bishop. Postmaster general Vilas has appointed the Hon. D. T. Patterson a son in Law of sex president Johnson who was formally a member of the United states Senate postmaster at Home Green Gount to Tenn. The office pays $140 a car or. Patterson at the request of nos neighbors and an accommodation to them accepted the office. a Nermi led the government pm ploy it 6 be robbed of 2 to 5 per cent of their pay at the demand of political esteemed Republican contemporaries Secretary Lamar says that a no honest Bona fide settler has anything to fear from commissioner Sparks and that he not Only has not requested the commissioners resignation but that he would vigorously protest if general Sparks should intimate an intention to so it seems that commissioner Sparks is not Only on deck but also has the Confidence of his Superior officers. Now land Sharks and organs howl Geo. H. Butler the Nephew of Benjamin f. Butler who disgraced the United states when he was Consul general at constantinople a position to which he was appointed by president Grant is dead. The president seems to have despaired of Ever seeing seems to Ever seeing the Money required for the expense of inaugurating the Bartholdi statue raised in new York. He has sent a message to Congress recommending an appropriation for that purpose. Perhaps after All it needs a National contribution to make it a National affair. Much the Superior in Quality and make to american rails. It was found to be Economy to do so even though the Cost including the enormous protective duty levied on them was greater than that of the homemade article. This action has caused considerable comment especially in the organs of High Tariff. Some denounce it As a species of a patriotism and others even hint that the conduct of the company makes it a worthy object of a Boycott by the american people. But All demand that the Tariff on steel rails shall be increased so that the poor a infant Industry in America which produces them shall not be ruined by the pauper steel rail makers of England. They scarcely refer to the real trouble the inferiority of american steel rails and the influence Protection has had in encouraging Shodd ism in american manufactures. A discussion in the Railroad Gazette a recognized authority lets in a big Streak of Daylight on this rail question. Or. Hawks chief Engineer of the Michigan Central Railroad does not choose his words in his characterization of the american rail. He says a How serious a matter this is May be gathered from the statement that of 536 rails Laid in one piece of track in july 1884, 220 rails had been removed by the following february six months and 50 per cent of the lot were taken out on account of crushed ends before the expiration of the first year. In one stretch of seventeen Miles of the 1883 rails 90 per cent will not run through the next Winter if it is As severe As the last and the roadbed rigid for so Long a and or. Hawks statement is verified by the opinions of other Railroad engineers i superintendents and managers. Herein May probably be found the the reason Why the management of the Chicago Burlington and Quincy Railroad buy English steel rails even at the risk of being called unpatriotic and being subjected to a Boycott ordered by the protectionists. They want rails that will last Over a year and not being Able to get them in America they go to England tor them even though they must on account of the tax of $17.50 a ton pay More for them. The fact of the business is that just As Good rails can be made by american As by the English manufacturers but they wont. They Haven to been compelled to do so. By Means of the protective duties on foreign rails american makers have had things their own Way. The Home Market has been absolutely theirs there has been no Competition. Our rail Mills have not Only been protected against Competition in prices but also in Quality. They have done just what anyone would do under the circumstances made an inferior article and forced Consumers and users to pay just As much for it As if it was first class and equal to the Best that is made. In other words the direct result of a protective Tariff is Shodd ism. This is True not Only in the Case of american steel rails but also in regard to Many other american manufactures. Why is it that americans will prefer to pay More for English scotch Irish and French cloths Woolen and Cotton if they can get them than for american Why is it that american merchants Are always particular to advertise their eng Lish scotch Irish and French fabrics the reason is they Are better. And this is not because american machinery and workmen Are inferior for they Are Superior. But it is due to the fact that american manufacturers. Protected against outside Competition Are not compelled to and do not make their goods of equal Quality with those manufactured abroad. And it is thus seen that a reduction of the High Tariff will not Only operate to reduce the taxes of the american people but also Force our manufacturers to abandon the shoddy system and produce goods equal in Quality to the Best. The gain to the people to the Consumers of the country would be two fold. But tha subordinate assemblies were not controlled by the Wiss counsels of or. Powderly. They broke away from restraint they caught the contagion of the hour and thought they saw an Industrial revolution within easy reach. It will be a great gain if it shall prove that they have been taught not Only that men Are powerless to revise the Laws of Trade but that they can not even successfully work to modify or change those Laws in any respect without perfect organization and obedience. The principal thing which these labor troubles have proved so far As workingmen Are concerned is that the knights of labor must reorganize giving Fuller Powers to their executives and pledging to them implicit Confidence and subordination and this is what is desired to be attained it the coming general Assembly it is singularly fortunate for that labor organization that it has a Man like Powderly at its head in this crisis the Pivotal Point in its career. Had it not been for him. The false Steps of subordinates and hotheaded plunderers would have brought the organization into irretrievable ruin. Whatever of Good is yet to be accomplished is by the Way of Powderly and not by that of Martin Irons and those who seek to remove Powderly from the leadership. Powder absolutely pure. This powder never varies. A Marvel of parity strength and wholes Meroka. More economical than the Ordinary kinds and cannot be sold in Competition with the multitude of Low test Short weight Alum of phosphate powders. Sold Only in cans. Royal baking powder co. 100 Wall St. N. Lar Rabeeh a Appeal to the clergy. The Republican governor of Iowa the once much advertised a practical levelheaded end Liberal Larrabee. Ought to be elected an honorary member of the state Temperance Alliance if he ba9 not already been. In his new born Zeal for prohibition after being for fourteen years a somewhat noted opponent of that kind of Temperance Reform and at quite a recent period a a advocate and proposer of a $25 Beer License he excels by far any of the heretofore prominent prohibition champions. If he keeps on such men As Nourse Kimball Harvey Wright and Lozier and such women As mrs. Foster and mrs Mcmurray will have to look out for their laurels. Not Content with issuing a proclamation calling upon All Good people to respect the prohibitory Law and withdrawing executive clemency from any one who disobeys it. And invoking the press to exert its influence in its behalf Temperance societies to renewed Zeal and All Public officials to work for the Law governor Larrabee has put Theca sheaf on his record by a direct Appeal to the clergy of the state to preach sermons for a the advancement of the Temperance cause and the enforcement of the his letter to the clergy is As follows state of Iowa executive office Des Moines May 8, 1886. F reverend sin a i herewith transmit to you a copy of my proclamation to the people of the state which i desire to have read to your congregation next Sabbath Day. I deem this a fit occasion for the pastors of All religious denominations a the state to deliver one or two sermons with reference to the advancement of the Temperance cause and the enforcement of the Law. I cannot urge too strongly upon you the importance of the co operation of the Church in this matter. The Saloon is its greatest enemy and i Trust that the clergy of the state will do their part in its extermination. Respectfully yours we. Larrabee. This puts one in mind of the proclamations and manifestos issued by the state Temperance Alliance during the amendment Campaign and during the subsequent political contests for the election of Republican candidates As the Only salvation of prohibition. The Only difference is that in the one Case they were promulgated by private individuals and political Campaign committees Anc in the other it comes from the executive office state of Iowa the Cost of print ing and postage being paid from the state Treasury. By the Way if the Hon. James f. Wil son does t look out the Hon. William Law amp Bee will become the a favorite Sony of the prohibition party of Iowa. April so 1886. A Ebay As Yon think and speak it from your a Henry i part 2. The quot Kitcho Queen a there is Oue in every House and Soma times the Queen in the Kitchen Swaya her sceptre crore vigorously than the Queen in the parlor but its not her that want to advertise. The a Kitchen Queen to which your attention is Ned is a Handy Little tool combining Many valuable qualities an article that no Kitchen should be without. With it you can take off or put on tha top of a Mason fruit Jar. Open Auy size tin can drive a tack take up a carpet drive a screw and pick ice with the greatest ease. And remember that a lady in the Kitchen is in need of tools As Well As a Man to do her work. You arc invited to Call see. And buy o a. New goods arriving daily and i am now showing the finest assortment of coloured glassware Ever exhibited in the City As Well As Many other novelties and attractions. You Are cordially invited to Call. Very truly yours a a. Perkins China and glassware. Easter Good.-. Fine water sets. Peach blow Vaes. Silver plated v arc. Wedding presents. Wall paper a and window shades Shade fixtures and pulls room moulding. 10 piece a Plain Black Sinai de Inda checks 15c Yard. M m. We we we Mic. T Asso Teli Stock the Boston o i Waukesha natural Mineral Spring water a Superior article for the table or sick room. For Sale by All leading druggists and hotels. Of butt Huil sole wholesale Sarente. A valid i hotel and surgical Institute. This widely celebrated institution located at Buffalo n. Y., if organised with a full staff of eighteen experienced and skillful physician and surgeons cent Tuting the Moat Complete organization of medical and surgical skill in America for the treatment of All Chron in disease whether requiring medical Orang tical meant for their Cuie. Marvelous Success has been achieved i the Core of All nasal Throat and Ling disunity liver and kidney diseases diseases of the digestive organs bladder diseases diet mass Peculiar to women blood taints a so Ain diseases rheumatism neural nervous debility paralysis epilepsy Rma Terrhea impotency and Kin tons. Thousands Are cored at their Homes through correspondence. The cure of the worst ruptures pile tutors varicocele Hydro Cele and strictures la guaranteed with Only a Short residence at the institution. Send 10 events in Stamps for the invalids guide Book 168 pages. Which gives All particulars. Address world s dispensary med Leal association Buffalo n. T. Fah a Iii the following statement prepared by the journal clerk of the House a Hows the number of Bills introduced and the number acted of Bills introduced into the House 8,740 joint resolutions 171 making a total of 8,911. The number of these Bills of a private nature which have passed the House is 651, the number of Public Laws 172, making a total of 823. Of this number 170 private and 49 Public Bills have passed the Senate. The House has received 881 Bills passed by the Senate. 129 of which were Public and 252 private Bills. The House has passed 86 of these Bills 38 of which were of a Public nature and 53 of a private nature. Tins Case made against the de Soto mo., knights of labor before the con Gressional strike investigating committee is very Strong. The evidence shows that a Lodge of knights of labor there conspired the do unlawful acts and expelled members who refused to violate the Laws at the bidding of the Lodge. Here a a Good Case for or. Powderly to exercise the disciplinary Power of the order by revoking the charter of this Assembly. The woman a Christian Temperance association of Muscatine sent a copy of the amended prohibitory Law to the clerk of the courts requesting him to hand it to judge Hayes. Judge Hayes instructed the clerk to return the copy and with it the statement a that it is not customary for him to receive his Legal information from the . T. A. And that he does not desire any assistance from Mil mid what a crime Gen. Rosecrans has committed by being a Democrat. The Republican Senate is now raking the country with a Floe toothed comb in the Hope of finding something against his confirmation As Register of the Treasury. They have even enlisted Ben Butler in the Hunt. Butlers particular grievance against Rosecrans is that the j latter As a member of a congressional investigating committee reported that tha candidate of the labor party had not accounted for some $200,000 of the Money of the National soldiers a Home. The unpatriotic c., b. Q. R. R. Some time since the Gazette made mention of the fact that the Chicago Burlington a Quincy Railroad company had placed a Large order in England for English steel rails because they Are so killing business. An industrious swede Carpenter of Chicago thus expressed himself to a reporter on the eight hour question where i came from in Sweden men Are accustomed to work sixteen hours a Day but As soon As they come to this country they want to work less and get larger pay. I Don t think there is reason in it and the men May find it out in time. This question of eight hours if one i have not been Able to solve. We Are now working nine hours with Dine hours pay. I lose 35 or 40 cents a Day by it. And if the growing depression in business causes the prices of produce to increase Why i shall practically lose 75 or 80 cents a Day. This country is Good enough tor sober industrious capable men and if the men who joined the unions were of that class As a Rule i might not say anything against them. I am a Foreman and have been at work in Chicago for More than thirty years. When i was in Sweden and a you in Man i worked for the owner of a Large estate and did All sorts of work. When i was blowing there was a Bell rung to Call to meal9. And when the cattle heard that Bell i could not get them to move any farther. There were then no advantages for common education and i knew Little More than the cattle. I might have kept on working sixteen hours longer but the cattle would not. As All Sweden is Cut up into estates their owners Are opposed to improvements they Lack Enterprise and consequently the labourers have Small Chance of bettering their condition and when they come to this country they seem unable to appreciate the Many advantages offered them. There is one important fact they seem wholly to ignore and that is the fact that they Are killing business. I can see it in my Trade and when capital and Enterprise Are injured we workingmen must be the ones to suffer. In failure a Progress. The conviction grows and deepens that the great labor movement is so far As the immediate accomplishment of the ends aimed at Are concerned a failure. At the same time it becomes apparent that this failure is a necessary preliminary to and Steps toward Progress while the strike will be generally viewed As a failure there is however More of Promise for the future of labor in that failure than there would have been in the most Complete Success. All these recent troubles it must be remembered were a revolt of labor against its constituted leaders. The general executive committee of the knights of labor would never have ordered the Southwest strike. It disapproved of it emphatically from the time it was first brought to notice. It sought earnestly to dissuade workingmen from entering into a general contest for the eight hour system. It has opposed the strike it has denounced the Boycott. It is fully vindicated in the eyes of workingmen and in the eyes of the world. Excitement in Texas. Great excitement has been caused in the Vicinity of Paris tex by the remarkable recovery of or. J. E. Corley who was so helpless he could not turn in bed or raised his head everybody said he was dying of consumption. A trial bottle of or. Kings new discovery was sent him. Finding Relief he bought a Large bottle and a Box of or. Kings new life pills by the time he had taken two boxes of pills and two bottles of the discovery he was Well and had gained in flesh thirty six pounds. Trial bottles of this great discovery for consumption free at P. Squires amp cons. The dwelling of Ezekiel w. Jones in Newburg township Cass county. Mich was visited thursday night by off Cen who found a Large amount of spurious coins and seized a number of Diss and counterfeiting tools. Jones a Man named Moorehouse and professor Leon a sleight of hand performer have been arrested. Proper treatment for a Agha. That the Reader May fully understand what constitutes a Good cough and lung syrup we will say that tar and wild Cherry is the basis of the Best remedies yet discovered. These ingredients with several others equally As efficacious enter largely into or. Bosanko a cough and lung syrup thus making it one of the most reliable now on the Market. Price 50 cents and $1.00. Samples free. Sold by Geo. C. Henry. A professional dog Washer is a Boston development. He goes about from Bouse to House in the fashionable Quarter and for 50 or 75 cents according to size gives the pets a thorough Bath. A Throat ail Seldom gets Well of itself but deepens until it undermines the Constitution wastes away health strength and flesh and finally fastens itself on the lungs completing the wreck and ruin of the whole Man. Or. Bigelow a cough cure is the Only Safe sure and speedy remedy for coughs colds and All Throat and lung diseases. Sold by Geo. C. Henry agent at fifty cents and one Dollar. Pleasant to take and Safe for during the last year the american Bible society received $523.910 expended $499,998. And issued 1,437,440 bibles testaments Etc. &c., &c., amp a. Our Stock of the above goods is Large and Complete and will be sold at the lowest prices. Window shades made to order. Mauro amp Wilson a Book and paper store. If your watch has Given you trouble and you want it put in Good running order take it to Stucke 419 Jeff i son Street. We also have an elegant Stock of a Saricas Aid Swiss Watts and jewelry which we offer at very Low prices. A Rev. H. B. Emell of Pavillion n. Says of Gilmore a aromatic wine a i believe it to be a most desirable remedy to be placed in every Moonshine whisky distillers Are reported to be cropping oat in the moan Taino us Parte of Pennsylvania. That hacking cough can be so quickly cured by Shiloh s cure. We guarantee it. Will you suffer with dyspepsia and liver complaint Shiloh Syi Walizer is guaranteed to cure you. Sold by P. Squires amp co., and Reynolds a Churchill. A quot e ii j. A coach whip Snake measuring six feet and three inches in length was recently killed in Pickens a. Headquarters a for Fine toilet and medicated soaps collates. Lubin8, pears Coudray slows sons. Kirk s juvenile. Cutick Era soap Sulphur soap Pond s ext. Soap carbolic 80ap. Espey s frag. Cream soap Juniper to r soap Pearl s White Glycerine soap Palmea Root soap. Browne a drag 213 Jeff san Street. a a it x a 8paldino amp Anthracite and bituminous go a off. Latte Sii

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