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Monoat. November IS. 1891.
New Englakd look with faror upon
' Hon. William 21 Springer for the speak
ership, and the northern states will sire
him strong support, while the south is
friendly to him and will Rive him strength
In the contest.
Dubuque Telegraph: Congressman
Springer has congratulated Got. Boies
The governor doubtless hopes that when
the national house of representative has
elected a speaker he will be able to re
turn the compliment.
The New York World charges that the
republicans are trying to steal the legis
lature of that state. According to its
figures the republicans have elected 16
senators and the democrats 1C. which,
with the lieutenant-governor, gives the
democrats the majority. The World's
figures sppear to fully substantiate the
claim that the democrats rightfully
should control the senate, and it furnishes
very good evidence to prove that the re
publicans are doctoring the returns in a
few of the counties to enable them to
steal two or tbree senators.
Hypnotism is simply a new name for
mesmerism, stated Prof. Calderwood, of
Edinburgh, in a recent lecture. The
condition is one of lucid sleep. It is ar
tificially induced, but not by anything in
the nature of electricity or magnetism,
and no influence emanates from the body
of the operator. The result, in the opin
ion of the lecturer, may te attributed to
the wearying of a single organ or line of
nerve. The character of the mesmeric
sleep is torpor, the cstaleptie state, or
the state of the sonambulist. Many, an 1
perhaps all, people are liable to it, but
not against their will. The operator
cannot regulate the actions of the patient,
but must make suggestion clear to his
subject, who interprets snd applies it for
himself. The story of hypnotism, the
Peoria Journal holds, for the cure of dis
ease and as an anaesthetic is desirable,
bat public exhibitions should be forbid
den by law.
There probably was never a happier
papa than was old. Uncle Dick Oglesby,
when about two years after he married
his present wife, there came to the couple
a little baby, says the Chicago Press.
The old gentlemen was never tired of
trundling the new-comer around the
streets of Decatur in its handsome per
ambulator and showing it off to all the
people he met. He was going past the
office of the Decatur Republican one day,
and seeing J. J. H. Young, the editor,
standing in the door, he was reminded of
a commission he had been told to exe"
"I say. Young, I want you to put an
'ad.' in the paper for a wet nurse; you fix
it up for me."
The editor pulled out his note book
and begin writing, and as he wrote he
read it out loud to Uncle Dick for ap
proval. "Wanted A good, reliable wet
nurse. References?'' inquiringly to the
"Certainly," was the reply.
"Of course, of course, put that in."
"bituation permanent ?"
"Yes, that's all right; situation perman
ent;" and the old gentleman ambled oS
with his charge, never for a moment
realizing bow funny it was to offer a wet
nurse a permanent situation.
A Idteraxy Man.
Men who become suddenly rich should
be Judged leniently. They have many
temptations from which the rest of us are
happily delivered. Mr. John Johnson, a
man of this claas, waa desirous to be
known as of a literary turn, and to that
end proceeded to lay in a library. One of
his purchases was an old dictionary, which
being somewhat out of repair was sent to
the binder'a. When it wna returned to the
purchaser he foiuid printed on its back the
words, "Johnson's Dictionary." The sight
threw him into a furious passion, and be
demanded of the messenger, "Why didn't
he pot the full name on, 'John Johnston's
Dictionary f "London Tit-Bits.
Ho Had TJvad la a City.
A bright little boy from Denver spent
some weeks one summer in the Green
Mountain State, and was much impressed
with its verdure and beauty. One day,
walking with his mother along the daiay
edged road, he suddenly exclaimed. "Oh,
bamma, the street is embroidered." Cor.
New York Tribune.
Aa Iaaldioaa CrtUeleam.
The Rev. Mr. Spouter How did you
like my sermon yesterday? What did
yon think of my exordium and my pero
De Gruiape I thought they were toe
far apart. Life.
Cbaaeo far Mlstekoa. ' '. ,
New Boy Is this bill good?
Merchant (busily) What denomina
tion is it?
New Boy It's a two dollar silver cer
tificate. Merchant (hurriedly) Examine it
yourself. If it looks like a miserable
counterfeit it's genuine. Good News. .
EFFECT OF TARIFFS UPON COMMERCE
Hi(l Tarifls But -let tad tow Tuilk
Pro mo to Forjlfa Commerce.
The failure of the crops abroad and
the heavy demand for our breadstuffs
resulting therefro n have greatly in
creased our export $ of these farm prod
ucts. Coming as t lis does directly after
the imposition of higher duties by the
McKinley bill, tbi supporters of this
measure have renewed their old asser
tions that high tf riffs do not restrict
foreign trade. Thf y have even gone so
far as to put forth the claim that the
McKinley tariff hat caused this increase
in our export trad i. The absurdity of
this claim is too transparent to deserve a
The effects of E iropean tariffs upon
commerce furnish undoubted proof of
the way in which high tariffs restrict
imports and exports. Those nations
which impose the least restrictions have
the largest commerce. To show this we
have divided the lading European na
tions into the f olio wi ng classes, according
to the average rate of duty which they
impose upon import i. The first class in
cludes those countries which impose less
than 5 per cent, upon the whole amount
of imports free and dutiable. To this
class belong Belgiuai, the Netherlands,
Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
Their combined rate is 4.23 per cent.
The second class c onsists of countries
levying duties of lt ween 5 and 10 per
cent., and includes Austria-Hungary,
France and Genua ay. The combined
rate of these states averages 7.85 per
cent, of their combined imports.
The tliird class comprises those which
levy more than 10 r er cent, duty on im
ports. These states are Norway, Swe
den, Portugal, Italy and Russia. Their
combined rate averages 20.10 percent
on their combined iiiports.
Tbo combined iir ports of all these
6tates embraced in the above classes
amount to $5,5S8,U00,000, and their
combined population to 307,900,000 souls.
The following table shows, in con
densed form, the percentage of total
population and im;iorts belonging to
each class. It also .shows for each class
the imports per capita and the average
rate of duty imposed:
Per cent. Per c ent. per rate of
population, imp rts. capita, dutr.
First class... 16 j 5.1 $t Si is
Second class.. 1.2 it.7 15 31 7.K
Third class... 4S.3 1U.0 4 39 2U.ll)
Could any evidence more conclusively
demonstrate the diiastrous effects of
high tariffs upon international trade,
what but their free system of . commerce
can account for the fact that England,
Belgium, Switzerlan 1 and the Nether
lands, with only only 16, per cent, of the
population, control over one-half of the
whole import trade of Europe? What
an answer is this to that policy which
aims to restrict and pervert the develop
ment of our unparalleled national re
sources! THE SALT COMBINATION.
How Prices Have Been Raised Coder the
When the McKinley bill was being
considered by the ways and means com
mittee at its public hearings, several in
terests were represented which de
manded that salt he put on the
free list. This created intense alarm
among the producers of salt in New
York state. They at once sent a com
mittee to Washington with petitions and
protests, the gist of which was that if
salt were made free their works would
have to be closed. 1 1 supporting their
demands- they pointed with pride to the
fact that they had nt ver taken advan
tage of the opportunity which the tariff
gave them to corner the market, and
that they had never organized a trust to
control and regulate t le output and ad
vance prices. One of their committee,
Mr. Kerr, said, "Had it not been for the
American salt, and ha 1 our works been
under a trust, people would have been
paying considerably Ligher prices for
their salt today."
By such a show of philanthropy the
salt men prevailed and the McKinley
bill became law, with the duties on salt
retained as they were in the tariff of
J ust as soon as the jill became a law
these salt producers, wl o had so long ab
stained from forming a trust out of pure
philanthropy, held a meeting and formed
what they chose to tall the Western
New York Salt Manufacturing associa
tion. They also issued a circular which
declared that the object of the combi
nation was to "maintain uniform rather
than higher prices," ami then they pro
ceded deliberately to advance the mar
The effect of this advance is shown in
the following table, vhich gives the
prices prevailing a year ago and the
present prices. These prices were fur
nished by one of the largest dealers in
salt iu Boston: -
6 pound boxes. SO m vj $o (&t
10 pound boxes i irj
20 pound boxes 14
fU pound bags 11 14
Barrels of 230 pounds in
bulk 150 175
10 pound bags per barrel of
J5 bags 1 2 00
Does this short history of the salt in
dustry under the McKinley tariff bear
out the famous asserti n of the New
York Tribune, "This (the McKinley
tariff) is a trust-killing tariff, men and
A correspondent asks the Cleveland
Leader where the money required for
the payment of the sug.ir bounty is ob
tained, "from the doty on imports or
directly or indirectly fro n the people of
the United States?" Thi i inquiring per
son appears to have been taught that
the "duty on imports" is not paid by the
people of this country, but is contrib
uted to the national treasury by foreign
manufacturers. The Lei.der makes thi
reply, "Most of the money paid as bounty
to the producers of sugar comes from
the duty on imports, bnt it is a direct
outlay by the people of the United
States." . How can it be direct outlay
by the people of this xuntry if the
duties are paid, not by th an, but by for
eigners? New York Times,
THE AliGtiS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER
The rain U falling gently on the brown and
And tiny blades are springing along the walka
The tittle birds are reaching oat to greet the
warm soft air.
For the gentle rain is urging them to make
haste and do their share.
The rain Is falling gently on the maple and
As well as on the oak tree, with lta clinging
It's falling on the apple trees, beyond the gar
And on the robins, flying forth, as to their
mates they call.
The rain is falling gently on the rose tree,
And the lilacs stand so stately, one can almost
see them grow;
They seem to know that the warm, soft rain,
will burst their buds anew.
And flowers will bloom, and birds will sing.
another summer through.
The rain is falling gently on a new grave,
" bathed in tears.
And oh! on one beside It where the grass has
grown for years;
But naught here can disturb them, those
babes we loved so well.
They have reached that blessed country, of its
splendors who can tell?
lira. Alice IngersolL
How to Acquire Language.
The common excuse for not knowing
tongues is '"WRnt of time;" by translating
this into "want of will" we reach the true
excuse. No man, young.or old, is so busy
that he cannot find leisure in which to
master at least two European languages.
For every man, young and old, the day is
full of minutes that are literally wasted.
By this is not meant those idle moments
spent in senseless gossip, absolutely with
out meaning and injurious in their effects
both to the individual and to society,
though even these may be to a certain ex
tent redeemed and utilized.
Reference is made mainly to the time
passed going to and fro between one's
place of busi uess 'and one's home. Most
busy men engaged in a large city spend at
least an hour a day some even a couple of
hours in riding backward and forward
between the city and their residences in the
suburbs. These vacant, periods of the day
should be rilled up. The student ought
never to leave home or office without car
rying with him in an iuuer pocket either
his grammar or his reading book. Such
books, provided with vocabularies, may
now be bad in most foreign languages, and
1 it is not too much to say that, by utiliza
tion of spare moments alone, snatched
from the busy life of the working day, a
good working knowledge of both French
and German may lie acquired within a
year. Boston Herald.
How Confucius Ie Regarded In China.
At the present day Confucius wields but
little influence over the Chinese. In most
cities are temples, or, more correctly speak
ing, halls, known as Confucian balls. They
are entirely void of any appearance of idol
atry. His name is revered as a wise and
good man, but he is not worshiped, nor
has he in any legitimate sense been deified
by the people. As Washington in America
is venerated as the father of his country,
and as Abraham Lincoln is spoken of in
history as the savior of his country, so
likewise is Confucius spoken of among his
people as the wise philosopher and patron
of letters and promoter of good govern
ment, but not as the founder of a religion
nor an object to be worshiped.
Educated Chinamen all profess to be dis
ciples of him and to read his works and
to be guided by his instructions. In some
respects they perhaps do, but they put
their own interpretation upon the import
of his teachings. There are no special
teachers to expound his works, and every
one is free to place such construction upon
bis teachings as bis intelligence or im
pulses may lead to.
I am convinced that the power of the
philosopher over his people has been over
estimated by foreigners generally, and that
the real nature and scope of his work have
been largely misapprehended. W. G. Ben
ton in Popular Science Monthly.
Moaejnitoee and Cattle.
As may be imagined from their habits
and life history, mosquitoes are not equal
ly distributed in countries in which they
occur. In low lying, marshy districts they
are more abundant, but as one recedes
from the water or reaches greater eleva
tions tliey become less numerous. They
attack not only human beings, but also
cattle, and hence the proximity of the hit
ter in places much infested may sometimea
give relief to men. On the other hand,
they have often been noticed accompany
ing cattle on their return from marshy
pastures, clustering round them, and
thus becoming ultimately introduced into
How to Treat a Cook.
"Into no department in life," says Yuan
Mei, a Chiuesa authority on cooking,
"should indifference, be allowed to creep;
into none less than into the domain of
cookery. Cooks are but mean fellows, and
if a day is passed without either rewarding
or punishing them, that day is surely
marked by negligence or carelessness on
their part. If badly cooked food is swal
lowed in silence, such neglect will speedily
become a habit. Still mere rewards and
punishments are of no use. If a dish is
good, attention should be called to the why
and the wherefore. If bad, an effort should
be made to discover the cause of the fail
ure." Temple Bar.
Some of the designs in use on the ori
ental carpets that are so attractive to west
ern ideas of taste have a history that
reaches back to the days of Xerxes and the
early Persian kings. They are banded
down from generation to generation of
rugmakers, mothers transmitting them to
daughters, for most of the carpet weavers
of the orient are women.
The utilization Of the power produced by
the ebb and flow of the tides has been
made in Havre to work turbine wheels
which generate the power necessary to run
the dynamos which furnish Paris with the
In England the old four posted bedstead
is still the pride of the nation, but tha iron
or brass bedstead is fast becoming univer
sal. The English beds are the largest in
Jay Gould has a young woman whom he
pays fifteen dollars a weeK, who does noth
ing but cut, paste and file away articles
about railroad stocks, moneys aud finance.
A German biologist aaya that the two
sides of the face are never alike. The eyes
and eara are invariably out of line, and
pretty nearly everything is all wrong.
The coachmen of Berlin wear a distinc
tive hat when conveying physicians, and
ure granted the right of way by a city or
dinance. . ' :
THE RAIN IS( FALLING GENTLY, a .
We carry E. P. Reed & Co.'s fine shoes for
ladies, which we guarantee in every respect.
Widths A to E E. Our Leader -A ladies'
$2.50 fair stitch shoe.
A Safe Investment.
Is one which is guaranteed to bring
you satisfactory results, or in case of
failure a return of purchase price. On
this safe plan you can buy from our ad
vertised druggist a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption. It is
guaranteed to brim; relief in every case,
when used for any affection of throat,
lungs or chest, such as consumption, in
flrcmtion of lungs, bronchitis, sstbma,
whooping cough, croup, etc. It is pleas
ant and agreeable to taste, perfectly safe,
andean always be depended upon. Trial
bottles free at Hartz & Bahnsen's drug
We desire to say to our citizens, that
for years we have been selling Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Dr.
King's New Life Pills, Buckien's Arnica
Salve and Electric Bitters, and have
nevtr handled remedies that sell as well,
or that bsve given such universal satis
faction. We do not hesitate to guarantee
tbem every time, and we stand ready to
refund the purchae price, if satisfactory
results do not follow their use. These
remedies have won their great popularity
purely on their merits. Hartz & Babn
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bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 85 cents per
box. For sale bv Harts & Bahnsen.
Tor Over Fifty Teari
Mrs. Winslows Soothing Syrup bos
been used by millions of mothers for
their children while teething. If dis
burbed at night and broken of your res
by a sick child suffering and crying with
pain of cutting teeth send at once and get
a bottle of "Mrs. Wiuslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immediately.
Depend upon it, mothers, thereis no mis
take about it. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates the atnmAph anrl hnwpta. rmroa winrl
colic, softens the gums, reduces inflamma
tion ana gives tone ana energy to the
whole system, "Mrs Winslow's Soothing
8yrup" for children teething is pleasant
to the taste and is the prescription of one
of the oldest and best female physicians
and nurses in the United States. Sold by
all druggists throughout the world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
To Her tods sad Sebliaud Ban.
If you will send me your address we
will mail you our illustrated pamphlet
explaining all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
their charming effects upon the nervous
dabilitated system, and how they will
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and health . Pamphlet free. If yon are
thus afflicted, we will send you a belt and
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In the pursuit of the gooa thing of
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sat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The result obtained from the use
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
trouble. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a tore cure for ague and
malarial disease!. Price, 50 cents, of
I have been bothered with catarrh for
about 20 years; I had lost sense of smell
entirely, and I bad almost lost my hear
ing. My eyes were getting so dim I had
to get some one to thread my needle.
Now I have my hearing as well ss I ever
had, and I can see to thread as fine a
needle as ever I did, my sense of smell is
partly restored, ard it seems to be im
provicg all the time. I think thete is
nothing like Ely's Cream Balm for catarrh
Mrs E Giimes. RendnlL Perry Co ,
Ohio. . 1 '. j
What U more attractive than a pretty
face with a fresh, bright complexion t For
it, use Pozzoni'a Powder.
With tender feet finds
great comfort in wear
ing shoes from the
1623 Second Ave.
A Delicious and Healthful Confection!
THE PUREST AND BEST CUM
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ITS MEDICINAL PROPERTIES ARE INVALUABLE!
S02E T3E0ATr AH2 COLDS,
AND IS HIGHLY BENEFICIAL TO DYSPEPTICS.
It whitens the teeth and sweetens the breath, im
parts a pleasant taste to the motnh, and an agree
able feeling to the stomach.
Borg's Choc-To Guin is the best, try it once, and
yon will use no other afterwards. If any dealer
you ask for it, has not got it, take no other, but go
somewhere else. You will find all progressive
dealers have it, that is the class of dealers to pat
ronize always for anything you want.
CHEW BORC'S CHOC-TO CUM,
59 A. 61 S. CAIAl ST.,
Ham A Bahneen, Wholesale Amenta for Kock
MISS KATE BYRNES
Laces, Veilings, Gilt Trimmings,
Jet and GUt Ornaments,
1709 Second avenue,
ALL KINDS OF
Cast Iron Work
done. A specialty of furnishing aL klsda
of Stores with Castings at 8 eents
A MACHINE SHOP
aaa been added where aU kinds of machine
work will be done Irst-class.
NINTH ST. AND 7tli AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
Jolin Volk & Co.
. HOUSE BUILDERS.
Manufacturers of -8ash
Doors Blinds, Biding, Flooring,
and aU kinds of wood work for builders.
Uhtnth ex, bet. Third and Fomra ares,
Jotic or Dissolution.
8m- ' JAMS GIVES,
Kock Ialaad, I1L. Ho.. ,I8W? 0HS KU-
Chicago, Minneapolis and St. Paul
Via the Famous Albert Lea Route.
St. Louis, Minneapolis and St. Paul
Via St. Louis, Minneapolis t St Paul Short Lia.
Through Sleepers and Chair Cars
KANSAS CITY, MINNEAPOLIS AND ST. PAUL,
PEORIA, CEDAR RAPIDS AND SIOUX FALLS, DAK.
CHICACO AND CEDAR RAPIDS
Via the Famous Albert Lea Route.
THE SHORT LINE
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The Groat Iowa Summer Resort.
For Railway and Hotel Kates, IWttyCve
Pamphlets and all information, luiilrrss
tien'l Ticket aud I'assetifer Agent.
roR CHEAP HOMES
On line of tills road in Northwestern l,a,
Southeastern Minnesota and fentnd Dakmii,
where drought and crop failiirc-s are HtikiHiwu.
Thousand of rhok-e aeres of Lnui vet iiusnM.
iJK-al Excursion rates civen. For t ill mlorma
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Uenl Ticket ami Pasxenper As:ent.
All of the Passenger Trains on all Divisions of
this Hallway are healed strain lrom llr
engine, ami the Main Line Iav l'aseii;.':r Tniius
are lighted with the Electric Light.
Maps, Time Tables, Through Hates and all in
formation fiirnishixl on applK-alion to a-hk
Tickets on sale over this route at all promm. m
points in the Union, and liv its Agents, to
parts of the United States atid Canada.
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Whv DUTbtiT for to au.irk whpr. ti N t
medical trpntnifiit run tt hml t -r rr
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bobaniiiren eiw-oinl att'ntn-n u tr'
'dtae&iH for many yearn, luv-nr- vtn
oal Pastilles which net direct: u-n the
diseased orpanf. and nt-i"re vip-r ttt-T
Uian Moroacl. Medicine, hs in.-
changed by the trust ric juice an J re ji-rv1
CliajiKeof dietoriiilerrtii-tii 'i.m t.-.
ousting from awi.ou to frl.'. o. u.- 'l
Wllliamn' private practice, tilvt- then, a trial.
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