Marble Rock Weekly in Marble-Rock, Iowa
29 Mar 1900

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29 Mar 1900

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Marble Rock Weekly, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1900, Marble Rock, IowaI the curtained room i v a 3 is the i to of Refuge at till seasons. Poi of nil varieties our Assort int it is Peerless Ami our prices Low. I druggists. I Marble Rock weekly published thursday mornings by h. B. Nies Suh editors and pc Lishers. Republican county convention. To tie Republican Eie Tois of Floyd county Iowa. Pursuant to a Tali of the it publican state cent Al committee and also to n us of the congressional committee of fourth congressional a strict there will be a Delegate convention of the republicans of Floyd county held in the City of Charles City on the first Day of May 19co, at 2 o clock p. In. For the purpose of selecting 12 delegates and alternates to represent Floyd Bounty in a Conven Tion of the Jaipur the congressional Juis tric of to be held in the City of Des Moines. Muy 10, 1900, at 9 o clock a. Jv1. And also delegates and alternates to represent said county in the Republican state convention to he held in the City of Des Moines. May 10, 1900 at 11 o clock a. M., in accordance with the Calls heretofore issued for said Conven Tion. The basis of representation in said convention will be one Pfleg Ite for each voting precinct and in addition thereto one Delegate foretell 25 votes or fraction Over 15 votes fur Leslie m. Shaw for governor at the general election 1899. Townships and voting precincts will be entitled to the following delegates Charles City 1st word 2nd warn 3d Ward 4th word Liverton Kock Grove Scott Ulster Cedar Floyd n Iles pleasant Grove Rock Ford Ruud St. Charles Union total 6 4 4 11 4 7 10 100 be Messiry to Choice 51 if. , chairman. L. H. Henry Secretary. Chancellor it Caiu and the supreme judgeship. Doma time we referred to a prob Able of Chancellor Leclain of the Law department of Lue state University for nomination at the nest state convention for judge of the supreme court to succeed judge Granger. Who will not be. N Cindi Rute for renomination. The announcement has been received with such favor that Chancellor Melvin has definitely determined to allow his Nair to be brought before the convention. 20 years Chancellor Mcclain has been closely identified with the pub Lic of the state. He published in 1s80 an annotated code which a recognized by the courts and the lawyers for the nomination of Chancellor Mcclain. Beyond that he will have friends in practically every county in the state who will desire his Success and will be Likely to have places on the county delegations nine years 330 when to was a candidate his friends made a showing which simply astounded the old politicians and it was then believed that he would have been nominated had it not been for an unfortunate diversion which resulted in a Stampede to judge Weaver who was at the time slightly in the Lead. Judge Weaver however failed of election Ozios to the general slump of that Jear which brought reverie Boiss Kinoe into office. It May be difficult to fill the place of Chancellor Mcclain at the head of the Law department but his efficient and faithful services entitle him to the pro motion which he seeks and it will we believe be cheerfully accorded him. There is every indication that at this convention Chancellor Mcclain will have a support which cannot be affect of by any efforts towards combinations and we predict his Nomina Tion without serious City Republican. Worry is the twin sister of nervous Ness neither should Ever enter into the daily life of any one. God in his All Wise Providence put the head of a human being on top that All be Neath it might be subservient to it there is something wrong above the eyes in the Region of the will Power when one becomes nervous in the sense of excitability. Know thyself is Good control thyself is better. Worry and excitement never aided nov no Auy fool can get along when everything is All right but it takes a Wise Luan a level headed Man to get along and oof worry nor become nervous when every thing 13 All wrong Hume journal. Ladies As the Best compilation of state Laws and Tio is of supreme court decisions after that he prepared a digest of the decisions and another code and i nully was selected a member of the Iowa code commission and the editor to an no ate the code of when published. Eto probably Mure than any other one Man is entitled to the credit of the completion of the work of the commission and the publication of the results of its labors within the time when soliciting advertising we Are often met with the remark every body knows me to what s tic use of suppose we admit that party 13 Well known. What the will that draw him Trade people May know him. And know him for years but do they know Aneth Rig about the especially Choice bargains he has picked up As the result of his business sagacity and Energy if a merchant has not some inducement to offer Why should people Trade with ought to. Let him talk to the Public As be would to a customer Tel them of his bargains and Why they should Trade with him and he will see a marked increase in his sales at every month s end. The time for sitting Down and waiting for custom ers passed it is Only the live Der. Originally contemplated when the re j men who stay on Recor codification Schuvie was adopted. Bat Chancellor Mcclain s familiarity with Law 15 not confined to the Rev. Sheldon has run the Topeka statute Laws of Iowa or the decision of i capital a week to How the its courts. He has been a teacher of Law for 19 years in the Law depart ment. During that time has been a Carelli and thorough student of the o general Law and has prepared treatises and collections of cases on a variety or is by acts which have been favourably received by the profession and the teach ers in us schools. Inai Law i the Best his work on Crim a Peel treatise on the sch jeep and is cited by the courts throughout the United states the Chancellor is a graduate of the collegiate and Law departments of the University and was engaged in the practice of Law in Des Moines up to the time of accepting s professorship id the Law department. He is under fifty years of age his always enjoyed excellent health and has shown a Large capacity for Hud work. The second congressional District has no candidate for a state office and Wilt Nanin Wasly world hour Jesus would do if he were running a newspaper. We do not believe that would run a newspaper As Shel Don has the capital of he did he would not be much of a Success for Sheldon has not conducted a newspaper in the full sense of the word. He did not publish the news. He has published each Day a crude reproduction of the religious weeklies already filling a Field of their on and not competing with the daily it is in this re Spect that Sheldon s Experiment hat caused the greatest disappointment among the Tushy who earnestly hoped that some degree of Success in Reform ing journalism a right Crown Bis efforts there is Little that there Are thousands of trained newspaper men in the country who could have printed a better newspaper upon the general lines Laid Down by the Topeka preacher than get your Garden seeds at Lud wits or. Hill transacted business at Nora up Inga wednesday. Mrs. To. S. Haynes was up to Albert Lea the first of the week. I will Mosior of Rockford visited friends in town Over sunday. C. Ii. Oakes and Sam lies ten sacred business at Rudd last saturday. W. D. Lamb of North Wood spent sunday with his brother Charles at this place. Mist Hattie Danforth of Cedar rapids mrs. Era Rosenkrans Milliner came last monday. Barles Clark and son Bert of Clear Lake lows visited relatives and friends in this City last week. Miss commence her school in the Lew Inman District next monday. Or. And mrs. Speedling. Of sort blood visited with their son Floyd speedling and wife Over sunday at this place. There a ill be a 50 cent dance at the opera House Marble Kock March 29th thursday evening. Gents admission 10s. Myers orchestra. Barney red. Of Illinois brother of the late Heury feel Bas been attending at the inter s bedside during his ate fatal sickness. Miss Myrtle Hunt after spending the Winter at the Home of or add mrs Haynes returned to her borne in Wisconsin the first of the week. Or. And mrs. Abe Judd returned last tuesday from radar rapids where they Bave been spending the Winter with their daughter mrs. Denney. Dan Shepiro Sou is visiting his brother Jed. He has been spending the Winter id California and after Bis visit Here will return to his Home at Aurora Illinois. Fifteen votes were thrown out by the election Board last monday. Five Iliad no Mark whatever and were evidently intended for the straight ticket while Tan were so badly mixed that identification was impossible. The majority of the ten would have gone to the insurgents had they been counted. Henry Neel died at the borne of Bis daughter Cora on tuesday morning March 27, 1900. Funeral services were held at the m. E. Church yesterday afternoon. He leaves a Large number of relatives to mourn his loss. Real estate transfers for the past week furnished by f. C. Fisher abstracted attorney it Law Baldwin Block Charles City h Vonsteenburg and wife to f a Thomas w a n w 432-07-10 33500 f e James and wife and l James and wife to Ralph t Lee w a part n e 14. 31-97-Lti 32so f e and l Lames and wives to Junu jul mils w a part d e 31-07 16 851 Blasino Banister to Ite Berton Allen w d lot a blk 28 Rockford l b Bailey and wife to Fred b Cogswell w d. Lots 6 and 7. 32 Rockford. 1800 Maggie Hubbard widow and Clara l Hubbard single to Mary e Dunkleberg i c a w Ujj 21 and the preacher himself waver la Independent. Martha m Westcott and Bubanj Kern Scofield w a part it 1 s d lot 1 s d lot 12. Blk 130 lanes to Charles City either j Mccammond widow to Lawrence j Andres w a n n w4 and s e n w j 24.90 1c Irva c Webster to George h Dunkleberg w use i s e h 2 18 Frederick Otto nod wife to w h Otto w d s w 4 s w 25 95-17 Frederick Otto and wife to Lydia e Birkholz w a s e s e 4 25 05-17 trustees free Baptist Church to Eliz i j Stoner w a lot 7 i s n w 14 10-91-17 Marble Rock pm Lawn and wife to j b Losee d s s e it a is d r Adams and wife to .1 e and w Abend Roth w d lot g i s n w 4 17-96-13 Conrad Reiniger single to Peter Herman w a d s e jul n e 21-03-17 Mary Hildebrand to Julius Hildebrand p c a e n w l 27 91-Lti Ciroline Boecker husband to Julius Hildebrand q c a e n w 4 27-s416 a i. Iier Ana Huo Anu Charles a Boggs w d. N w 4 n e 4 33 05-18 Almonti Squier and life to r .7 Ackley w d lot g i is a w fru 7 94-17 we Moore and wife to r j Ackley w a lot 1 i b s w 14 16 94-17 sex w 9 40 100 a and e Sac sequin Brand wife to Ernest Mintor. W a lot 5 find s lot 4 blk 4 Quinby add to Nora 1 30 550 1.040 300 300 1.600 1.306 the election last monday Lively. Hundred and thirty votes were cast. The regular Republican ticket beaded by Hon. F. E Gates seas elected by Good majorities. The insurgents stormed the Laager of the regular fotes in a deter mined and heroic manner and several times duri in the Day it looked though they would be Able to carry the entrenchments of the regulars but the masterful tactics of the general in com Mand outwitted the new but heroic recruits at every Point. The Street lights will be kept burning nest vote being three to one in favor of the lights. The following is the report of the school in District to. 2 forthe month ending March 16, 1900 number of Days taught 20 number of pupils 17 average daily attendance 13-5 names of pupils not absent or tardy during the month. Minnie Leinz Annie Ken Nickie ii Einz. Fannie Puhl. Christeni Vikt Peter Nixt Heury Milt in m. Teacher. The plea for Reform in the methods of Railroad in Iowa made by is Railroad commissioner Frank t Campbell should have a Good of tet. In a letter to governor Shaw he Calls at Tention to the Minnesota Laws. The railroads their Are taxed directly on their Gross earnings and with a Frac Tion Over Miles of Railroad the Revenue under last years assessment now reins paid into the Treasury amounted to while Iowa railways with nearly Miles paid or about less taxes on 50 per cent Mora Miles of Road much More expensive in con Stryk Tion und equipment and of vastly greater value during the last eighteen months the value of the stocks of Iowa trunk lines has he says advanced 100 per cent while she assessed value has not been increased materially the Laws of Iowa expressly provides that in making the Levy year the Gross earnings per mile shrill be taken into consideration. The Iowa railways in 1s9u earned while in 1509 they earned an in crease of and yet Iowa railways were assessed in 1s90 for a mile less than in 1900. Or Camp Bell insists that the railway property s assessed valuation Shou d be increased 20 per cent lie has appeared before the executive Council which is now considering the matter and his argue i Eilio Are mkt by to of of weight in creased taxation of the railroads is favored by Many members of the Iris lature Tribune the Republican party will receive valuable assistance this year from the food orator puff who Speaks Frorup the top of the factory smokestack. The City of Xuwu York was turned j Over to tammany by the Hue and cry i of Home Rule there has been s i reign of Plain larceny Ever since. I you have Cal Well s i syrup pepsin advertised for months but have you Ever tried it if not you do not know what an idea stomach remedy it is. A Loc bottle 10 dose in till , Lucylla As a cure for constipation indigestion and sick headache. Regular size 50c and at a. J. Asper co. Municipal Reform in new Yort has reached that Point where the officials of that City tremble All the time that a Gracd jury is in session. Notice. Auy use Tantius a cod team for work on the Lauri or Road can get game by calling on l. Bucklin at his Root in Marble feel inc sure that he has cornered the Kansas City Bryan thinks that it is Safe for him to go i about the country talking about the j wickedness of monopoly. He the told Hamilton of u est Jefferson. Suff Rinir is months from rectal fistula. 1-e would die unless a costly operation was per lorried but he cured himself with Bucklen s Arnica solve the Best in the world. Surest pile cure on Earth a Box. At a. J. Ai per i Milru store. The Bureau of Ensor having and print ing is running on double time. This has been rendered necessary by the example set by the manufacturing institutions of the nun try. A.11 of the great newspapers of the country arc opposed to the principles contained in the Chicano platform. But this fact is explained by or Bryan with the one word conspiracy an ounce of Worth a Pound of cure. Try a bottle o or. Caldwell s syrup pepsin and if properly taken it will positively prevent rheumatism or other Kindred Trou ble arising from a torpid Condit on of the bowels liver and trial size Loc other sizes 50c and of. A. J. Asper co. Divorce is not too easy. E a Wright and wife i s n to .1 n Allen w a lot 14 Harriette e Potter widow to Victoria e Welsh w a n c b w ?4 n e 4 n e w Johnson and wife to a Johnson w d w lot 5 blk 153 lanes add to Charles City George e May and wife to Henry Burton

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