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Davenport Weekly Gazette (Newspaper) - May 7, 1884, Davenport, IowaDavenport weekly Gazette May 7, 1884. The con tha the t or. Into eral o cd 3 Cloi lie. 1 Coo no j Agi die Rufo re Satu of of to to c to a c. Sw1the, editor. Al live c. Buuri tows declined the appointment As solicitor of the treas Ury and the president has now nominated Hon. James a. Connolly of Illinois to fill the vacancy. Sir. Connolly presided ot6r the late Illinois Republican Conven. Tion and is an ardent Locan Man. He has occupied a High position in the Senate and in the Legal profession of his state. A Civje William e. Miller formerly chief Justice of the Iowa supreme court and author of Miller s annotated code and several Standard Law books was at tacked last monday night with a form of apoplexy and a partial stroke of paralysis. It is thought the judge May recover temporarily Bat at Best he will be a physical wreck. He now resides on a farm near Ames. As there is Douht whether Tilden can be preserved until july Why not have him it is strange How much misinformation exists about or. Tilden. He was embalmed eight years ago and a life like photograph of his Mummy As it appeared when placed in its elaborate sarcophagus was published in Harper s weekly at the time. There is no trouble about Lis preservation. At the democratic state convention when voting upon the adoption of the minority report from the committee on Radical anti prohibition declaration which was chairman of a delegation announced his vote a a loud it be recorded in heaven that this county votes Burrell of the Washington county press asks Why record it in heaven where none of them will Ever see anti web horrible murder has occurred in this state of which were reported in our dispatches yesterday hanging of a helpless old Mau near Audubon by his sons who drag ged him from his bed naked and Strung him up to a tree in the door Yard. The murder is confessed and the brutal Ruf fians Are in custody. The people will the trial of those wretches and will insist that established guilt be followed by proper punishment. That the republicans of Scott county in their convention and the republicans of the second congressional District in their convention and the republicans of the state of Iowa in their convention should have All adopted the exact course urged by this paper As to National Dele Gates 2nd instructions in spite of much contrary advice from the press of the state and a powerful Effort to the contrary throughout the state is exceedingly Gratifying. Manifestly the Gazette Wes right in that or else the whole state is wrong. In the District convention at us Hofues for this congressional it was resolved on motion of or. Russell of Davenport that our District conventions be hereafter held within the District. The authority of that convention to make a Rule for the government of the republicans of the District in hold ing future conventions May Well be questioned and the advisability of de Claring now if they had the authority what they will do four years hence in that respect is equally open to question. The whole system is yet but an Experiment and much More intelligent judg. Ment can be formed upon it after this shall have ended than now. Following Are the balloting of the delegations from this congressional District in the Republican state Conven Tion Scot Ortzz a. 1 1 s ii ii to in .7 a a re. 13 11 11 s i s v 3 Clinl-a.13 v. 13 is Ivy i to to Yew. Set. Tea. C ii i c 1 1 Chiava. S 4 or n polish men in the country and in the Mailer towns but they included the More ardly earned dollars of poor girls and widows and mothers of children placed in Ank for safety and sent into the City by gambling Cashiers of Banks who Gate led other people s Money against or. Keene and lost it As at Monmouth and ill. Scene won. This is the source of his millions and ought to rejoice hat he is financially ruined. The Sec Ketley of state among All of the names mentioned for dates upon the Republican state ticket one seem to be receiving More frequent Eulogy than that of capt. Harry Green or Secretary of state. The Waverly in dependent after speaking of his Honora Ile service in the second Iowa infantry and his equally honorable subsequent Eer. Vice As a Clergyman of the methodist episcopal Church says during his residence in Bremer county 16 has drawn about him Many Strong friends. While he has not been a seeker after office his name has often been men one Tor political positions and he has As often declined until last year when he Vas brought Forward As a candidate for he legislature upon the Republican ticket received the nomination and was. Elected. We remember Well that to take a nomination upon the Republic ticket in Bremer at that time was not ust As nicely Rose coloured As it might have Een owing to the fact that Bremer had voted against the amendment. Never the Ess the Captain consented to take the Field in the face of Odds and make a Des Erate fight to win and much to the sir Rise of Many of his friends he did win 13 a handsome majority Over his Strong est competitor. The Tama county chronicle says when party dissensions had femoral Zed and rendered Success to the Republican cause extremely doubtful in Bremer county the republicans naturally turned o him As their Standard bearer out of his Worth ability and eminent Ana timely services and Triumph Antly elected him to represent them n the twentieth general Assembly. There his record is a matter of history unblemished and untarnished character Zed by diligent and faithful work Ever Rue to the interests of his constituents and the state thus enabling his friends o Point with Pride 1o his legislative Ca reer and to congratulate the citizens of 3remer county upon the Wisdom and excellent judgment which actuated them when they nominated and elected him to the legislature. Nor our trill shed say tears Over 1h collapse of lie train Sampler o York. Jiyah million i 6a3i3. And wis compelled where did or. Get Millionth they wer dollars inc Brandf Tuntti All ver tin no i Tajti fax jew Irv tit f n Burin vhf ill hut it pm i jury Call it. 5 if b Luz Pur Tom or wot a Urr Tatum i it diff or. Lie noted at Way. Mississippi s spasm of Justice is some what tardy but she can still have credit or it provided it be carried through with any result which it May pos Sibly be rash to predict at this time. The democratic papers can however now make tie most of the fact that the grand Iury of Topiah county have indicted Wheeler for the murder of Matthews at Hazel inst and the Penn Brothers for the murder of rials in the same neighbor Hood. Matthews unskilled on election Day six months before the indictment was brought and rials was killed about two months ago. Matthews was killed because he insisted upon voting the re publican ticket not to do so King in the act of depositing his ballot Ubea shot and rials was killed because went to new Orleans and testified to he of Matthews and other out before the Hoar committee. Matthews murderer has been at Large that whole Sis months the grand jury has refused to indict him he was sustained in his act by a Public meeting at the court House the next Day and was promptly rewarded by appointment As marshal at the hands of the governor. That he is now indicted and committed without bail evidences some change and if there has been au3 Agency in causing that More than the Force of Public Opin Ion As expressed in the Northern papers it is not yet known a this latitude. Certainly there has been no expression in Southern papers sufficient to cause it. It would Strain credulity to suppose that this expression has impressed the people who Rule Topiah county of the wicked Ness of those crimes but it is easy to believe that Thev have come to see the harm that must result to them in a material Way from the reputation they bad gained and More pointedly the peril to their political supremacy and the ruin of All Bope for democratic nationals us ces5. These considerations May compel the sacrifice of Wheeler and tie Penns Bat it is probable that they will be con tented with a show of enforcing Justice red then Tima release of heir whole Poss Eslon to his care and Are Eft penniless. The ruin fulls More heavy in such directions than any Ither that has occurred for a ont line and the blow upon the business Prosperity of the place is Felt to be a Terri Leone. In spite of All this it is represented that Here is a feeling of sympathy for the fleeing criminal and a disinclination to pursue him and bring him to Justice. The people cannot dash Down the idol they had erected and look upon or. Hubbard As a Gambler but that is what he is. He s a Gambler and just so much worse than he three card Monte Man and the conf Lence Man who would be thrown into jail wherever detected As he secured Confidence and abused trusts More than they and entailed More widespread and unde served ruin upon innocent persons than they. He adds to the crime of the Gam Bler that of the Confidence Man and the Hief and the robber of widows and orphans. I or d in Avo to 11 of of Jov Iii tip vim he it a inv tit f obit a a Bleb there is an illustration of the need of Law passed by Hue legislature. Purohi Wunjo the business of gambling in in Tai state in the dispatches from pcs Moises the Devalca Tion Iraa flight Assed. The will. Deserved commendation of senator Wilson should have been Nocom mined by an equally Hearty recognition of the Long and faithful and eminent service of senator Allison and its omis Sion was doubtless wholly inadvertent. Every of course at once sup lies it in his own mind. There s a reasonable Hope among Iowa re pub that the presidential nomination maj yet fall to senator Allison and a declaration of Confidence in him in any position to which he might be called would have met a response in that convention As i Earty As any that it gave. The Tariff Plank declares what is the unquestionable attitude of Iowa republicans As a whole upon that question and the endorsement of president Arthur s administration and the declaration of the preference of the state for or. Elaine were eminently just. Of Ike Shabti the United states Brewers association have published at Tew York a Nam. Phlete of 108 pages by g. Thoman entitled real and imaginary effects of in it is a historical and statistical compilation intended As an argument that tile effects popularly ascribed Are More imaginary than real. It is quite to take up that Issue. The daily observation and experience of the people of this country have acquainted them pretty Well with what Are those effects whether they Are real or imaginary and whether they Are Good or had. That they Are exaggerated in the minds of some people in some particulars is quite possible. That they have Ever yet been adequately comprehended by the general Public in their deplorable consequences upon the people at Large As a Community considered either physically or economically is not and milled. Whether the degree to which alcohol has been an agent in the insanity imbecility pauperism and crime that exist in this country be less than advocates of Temperance have claimed or not need not be considered Here. The statistics and reports which or. Thoman collects in the appendix to his work Are designed to show that it is much less but even up on his showing it is sufficiently grave to make that agent the Ishmael of the world. One of the most interesting tables submitted shows the history of five Hundred cases in the Kings county inebriated Home at fort Hamilton x. T. Of the 500 patients 43c. Were males and 04 were females. Their Nali Vilu 3 Are Given As follows United states in Ireland 92 England Canada 17 Cermane. N Scotland 10 West indies l the Ages at which the inebriated began the use of intoxicants Range from 6 years to 54. Grouped in four year periods the numbers Are As follows under 12 years 2 Latos a 101019 s 142 is St Stussi 39 36 10 s 17 9 0 451051 11 unknown More than half of the whole number commenced the habit Between the Ages of 16 and 24 about three fourths of them Between 15 and Jjo and one fourth of the whole in the three years from in to 21 this sufficiently suggests the peril sur rounding youths in that transition stage when they think they Are men. The single age of 20 years surpasses the High est other by More than two to one. In this connection the column of causes to which the excesses Are attributed is very significant. Of the whole fire Hundred association is the assigned cause in 303 cases. The association is that of the Saloon and the age at which the evil in. Spence of that association is most potent is just when the boy is breaking away from the better influences of his child Hood the influence of his Home and his Mother and before he Lias formed the stability of character that can justify the self Reliance that he boasts. There need be no wonder that the mothers More than any or All others Are deeply coach med about the baited traps that await their boys. In 30 cases heredity is tie assigned cause and in 3-1 others it is family and Doai Estic trouble in the matter of education the tic tiros Are classified As follows the figures Are eloquent in behalf of education in tie common reboots upon the physical of forts of for those boys Poon to in tar that perilous period in which More Bulf of ill the victims from if to i. A column is v Imp the Maxi mum it hastily daily by Tod thus a pipe Ali think know Jitou quart if i Juarl of "1 10 Juki a 3 ii and "32 in Mai tin 7ii7y. In in 1.1ml Little the great German remedy for pain. Ketty Virfil finl cures kheu3lvtism, neuralgia sciatica Lumbago . Sore a Hussy swellings is i Caine. Soreness. Cuts bruises Al Ost bites a Iid another bodily aches and pulls. Gift cents a bottle. Hvall Dertl Kryst Sand Dulits direct Tuuu in 11 the Charles Pogoler co. To Tielyr a co Utt unon is a. Estate Agency. John j. Dahms manager. City property bought and soil Loans negotiated. At the lowest 128 East third Street Davv Post. Iowa. Cure Bick find relieve All the troubles Inci Dent to a bilious state of the system enc. As dizziness. Wansea. Drowsiness distress after eating pain in the while their most the Marc Able Bucu Coq hz9 been shown in curing sick Crater equally valuable in Cost ipalion curing and preventing Thia annoy my complaint while they Niso Correct All disorders of the stomach stimulate the liver and regulate the bowels. Etch if they Only cured head ache they to those who suffer from this sic Utah hair renewed. Seldom does a popular remedy win such a Strong hold upon the Public Confidence As has Hall s hair item teb. The cases in which it has accomplished a Complete restoration of color to the hair and vigorous health to the Scalp Are innumerable of j Puoplo like it for its wonderful poorer to restore to their locks original color and Beauty. Middle aged people like it because it prevents them from getting Bald keeps Dandruff stray and. Makes the hair grow to Mcc and Strong. Young ladies Lite it As a dressing because it gives the hair a Beautiful Glossy Lustre and enables them to dress it in whatever form they frisk thus it is the favorite of All and it has become so simply because it disappoints no one. Buckingham s Dye the whiskers has become the Roost important popu Lar toilet articles for gentlemen s use. When the Ocard is Gray or naturally of an Knic Simble Slodic sax s is Rani Odd k. P. Hall co., Nashua . Sold by All corsets Abb if of air Vidar Wacile scr tool Joi Joffs it extract the Oroal Xai Bitite tonic Fri tits 1n inc Ltd Liws rom tip 1.0 of at six. A vim. Hurlit. Rod And Biff of Iocim it 11 v 24 of tit hmm 21, it of Ali Iii Liyoi of fit Oise. To iffy of or. Twin run Herrs to Luve been Init run Pitt a Jav Nelm. Pm Erwynn if vat Trtol Iti the King paint a Thad 41 Beautiful shades. Ground Sas same As White Lead takes 75 per cent More Oil than wite Inead. Covering Peru ctr Writh two Coats. Liquid cottage colors ctr Abc uarx., 7o shades ready for the Brush. O5tlt by the Chicago White Oil co. and jobbers of paints and painters materials cob. Greek fdlt05 st5., cd Jacaso ill original notice. B. To mils to the said defendant George Robirds of Ark hereby notified that there is Doit in s e in the office of the clerk of the circuit court for Scott county the petition of Victoria b Robirds. Claiming a decree of divorce against Yon on the prongs of wilful Deser Tion for More than two years. And unless von appear and plead thereto on or before Sioon of the second Day of the next term of paid court to be and and for said on tace Day of search. A. D default entered spa most Voa. Ind a decree As prayed for be rendered thereon. Victoria b. Eou1rds. Davison pfc line her attorneys. Jan. 13th. 1s4, Farmers Corn wanted. The Davenport glucose company wants All the Corn that Ron and is ready a Yon a. Price for it than and shipper. Save time and where Yon will receive the same Price As Given by Sis for p and receive a costly of Rood which Rill help ill of Sei 10 More Money right a Ftp than in thai world. For tunes await the worker ab5oiutely i Are. At once address True and Suu a prize. Tie Tirca imported film Hekt co. Is race to ret Philadelphia 5 a is it arranged to plod. Ast Etnia and Aad will Hwak no a for a cold in 24 step tic ask for it bottle will Satbir Vou of Iff per pint or Boulea "-0 for Cir our. Strawberry plants Iowa go own. A the offt known of Strawberry for i Kuhn or Narket gardens Lor Low at 9tbawbetbv of school at Gilbert Alto at f is East Murret. City. Tunde Lor at Froat of Iofi Zilai in Rwm. H. Holmes. Pc Mathes Grill Tolar it. The Vijh dead or cmdr mad meet fro. Belmar at cite cts Oney. In Cut mucin i o Ann Arv t. Sirh. Tiht. Yot demur. The Davis swing churn

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