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W.R. MEAD, Editor. THURSDAY. MARCH *5, 1885 rascals Were turned out Te«tc-rday. Kow Open up the books Prepare the shackles, Open the penitentiaries. Put the rascals in. As in Dantes Inferno, Let those who enter Leave hope behind. Democratic plums are dead ripe. The tree was shaken for the first time In twenty-five year* on yester day. "Hope springs eternal in the hu man breast." If the springs were larger the current would be stronger and the stream more uniform in its flow. Hext tall a new legislature will be elected in this state. Let us strive not to make it up of men with cocoa nut shaped heads. Let such men be buried with the republican corpes that was interred yesterday. The Fiedericks—"Wilson contest case from the 5th district was de cided in congress in faror of Fred ericks. Wilson has drawn nearly $10,000 in salary and now Freder icks will draw the salary for the full two years. Fredericks will be member of the next congress. The republicans of Decorah seem to be dissatisfied with the adminis tration of A. K. Bailey as postmaster, and are circulating a petition asking the appointment of C. W. Allison When the change is made it will be a democrat who has not been afraid to show his colors, and who defended instead of apologized for democratic principles. "1 POOR people are driven out of our cities the moment they lose their jobs and are no longer able to pay their rents but the moment they strike the country they become either tress passers or tramps. But if they go from the country to the public land they find a set of nabobs firmly fixed and supported bv government bayo nets as in Oklahoma. Truly "the righteous are driven out of the earth."—[ Maquoketa Record. Dr. E. R. Huteliins, commissioner of labor statistics for Iowa, devoted his time last fall to canvassing Iowa for the tattooed circus. The tax payers of Iowa were taxed to pay his salary. If Clarkson is honest in his war upon Auditor Brown and his deputies and their prices, hadn't he better ask Dr. Hutchins to refund to the state the $125 he took for time spent in political work and for which the state paid President Cleveland will be mighty popular with those who went to, Washington to attend the inaugura tion, and get an office, if he comes out on the steps at the White House this morning and says, "Boys, what will you take?" (in the way of an office, of course, because democrats don't drink). To the republicans of the treasury department, who have made a forced balance in the books of $247,7G7,341.fiG, we expect to hear him say: "Now, boys, where have you secreted what you've taken? Even in Chicago they punish bal lot-box stufTcrs! but in Louisiana and other southern states they glo rify as patriots the shamcles sub verters of majority rule.—[Cedar Rapids Republican. For instance the returning board gang of 187(j.—[Fayette Co. Union. And the republican mode of pun ishing the scoundrels was so humane too. Every one appointed to a lucrative office by Hayes and not a republican in the whole country raided its voice in condemnation. That's how they reformed the civil service. A Reliable House. Messrs. Liithrop & Slawson arc always reliable and try to secure the best of everything for their patrons. They now have bought a large quan tity of BEGGS' CHEKKY COUGH Srurp, and are always willing and ieady to recommend it to every on«» in need of a preparation for Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis and consump tion, as they know of no other reme dy that is gaining such a wide reputatiou. Sample bottles free* Tlie Ridgeway Posteffice. Until Monday last we had supposed that Hon. D. O. Aaker had resigned the position of postmaster at Ridge way for the purpose of securing a drug stoic there. Now, we are in formed that the change was made for political reasons, at a time when the republicans: were lull in the faith that the tattooed man of Maine would be president. It is well known that Mr. Aaker was appointed when a republican, but that the corrupt practices of the republican party were such that he felt, constrained to leave it, and that he did no more against it than every republican postmaster has done against the democratic party. For this the re publican president, with the approv al of A. lv. Bailey, B. T. Barfoot and Tom V pdegraff, removed Mr. Aaker, and appointed in his place, solel}' for political lea^ous, the pres ent iiKumbcut. who owing to the belief of the people that the removal was unjust, refused to become surety for him. And now Iheae satin- men are seek ing to interpose the civil service rules which they have violated with impunity time and again, to retain the trusts they have violated and the offices which ihey have forfeited. Out upon all such. STATESMANSHIP Debased With the Roue Alloy of SHYLOCKISM, Writ** of a Mawd SILVER DOLLAR Hu Silver Dollar of 371 1-4 Grains at Par From 1792 to l£t7 WUh Unlimited Coinage The 4,12 1-2 Grain Dollar of 1837 Always at Par Until De monetized in 1873 through the Influence of Ernest Seyd of London, Who Went into a Re publican Congress with 000, Raised, by the Capitalists of Germany, England and Hol land. During All This Timefrom1792 to 1873 the Coinage of Silver was as Unlimited as that of Gold, and Consequently was at Par. The Depreciation of Silver Bul lion the Sole effect of Vicious Legislation Limiting its Coin age to a Small Proportion of the Product of the Mines. TFTtat is Needed to Restore Silver Bullion to Par is Free and Un restricted Coinage. Wipe out the Stab Given it by the Law of 1678. 110 Democrats of the West and the South in Congress Vote Against the Shylock Democracy of the Men Seeking to Wipe out the Silver Dollar. Sam Randall Oivns About the Same Number to Vote for the Shylocks of the East Against the Silver Dollar as Voted with Him for Them Against the Morrison Tariff Bill. ALBANY, N. Y.. Feb. 27.—The fol lowing is the reply addressed by Cleveland to the silver coinage ad vocates in congress: To HON. A. J. WABXER AND OTHER MEMBERS OP THE FORTT-EIOHTH CONGRESS: GENTLEMEN—The letter which I have had the honor to receive from you invites and indeed obliges me to give expression to some grave public necessities, although in ad vance of a moment when they would become objects of my official care and partial responsibility. Your solicitude that my judgment shall hare been carefully and deliberately formed, is entirely just and 1 accept the suggestion in the same friendly spirit in which it has been made. It is also fully justified by the nature of the financial crisis which under the operation of an act of congress Feb. 28,1878, is now close at hand. By compliance with the requirements of that law all the vaults of the Fed eral treasury have been and are heaped full of silver coins which are now worth less than 85 per cent of the dollar prescribed as the unit of value in section 14 of the act of Feb. 12,1873, and which with the silver certificates representing such coin are receivable for all dues, being thus receivable while also constantly increasing in quantity at the rate of $28,000,000 a year. It has followed of necessity that the flow of gold in to the treasury has been steadily di minished. Silver and silver certifi cates have been displaced mid are now displacing gold, and the sum of gold in the Federal treasury now available for the payment of gold obligations of the United States and for the redemption of United States notes, called greenbacks, if not al ready encroclied upoE is perilously near such encroachment. These are facts which do not admit of differ ence of opinion and call for no argu ment. They have been forwarded to the United States in official report from every secretary of the treasury from 1878 until now. They are plainly affirmed in the last Decem ber report of the present secretary of the treasury to the speaker of the present house of representatives. They appear in the official records of this congress and in the records of the New York clearing house, of which the treasury is a member and through which the bulk of the re ceipts and payments of the Federal government and country pass. These being the facts of our present condi tion aud our danger, our duty to avert that danger would seem to be plain. I hope you concur with me and the great majority of our fellow citizens in deeming it desirable at the present juncture to maintain aud coutinue in use tho mass of burly old coin, as well as the mass of silver already coined. This is possible b* the present suspension of the pur chase of coinage silver. I am not aware that by any other method it is possible. It is of momentous im portance to prevent the two metals parting company to prevent the in creasing displacement Of gold by the increasing coinage of silver to prevent the disuse of gold in the custom house of the United States in its dnily business with the people to prevent the ultimate expulsion of gold'by silver. Such a financial cri sis as these events would certainly precipitate, were it not to follow upon so long a period of commer cial depression, would involve the people in every city and state in tin union in prolonged and disastrous trouble. The revival of business enterprise and prosperity,so tmhnt ly desired and apparently so near, would be hopelessly postponed Gold would be withdrawn to its hoarding places, and unprecedented contraction in the actual volume of our currency would speedily take it place. The saddest of all—iu every workshop, mill, factory, store, and ou every* railroad and farm, tin wages of labor, already depressed, would suffer still further depression by scaling down of the purchasing power of every so-called dollar paid into the hand of toil. From llieso impending calamities it is surely th most patriotic and grateful duty of the lepiesentutivcs of the people to deliver them. I am. gentlemen, with sincere respect, your fellow citizen. OITOVEK CLEVELAND. Albany. Feb'y 24,1665. The President of the Cambridge Mass., Fire Insurance Co., says: "I recommend Hood's Hamiparilla us t| building up and strengthening feme dy." About the 8ize of It. Burlington Hawkeye, rep.: A tele scope to cost $1,000,000 is being manufactured for the Lick observa tory. It will take two yearn to finish it. This telescope will be necessary to discover the republican majority in Iowa if the prohibition cranks are allowed to run the party. Ayer's Cathartic Pills are known to be the safest, surest and best pur gative medicine ever offered to the public. They are mild but certain in their effects, and keep the system in good condition. There is every indication that when Dakota gets into the Union it will be one of the sweetest scented daisies in the whole sisternhoxl. Recent investigations show that votes in the territorui Council on any big scheme arc worth about $300. Smart Weed and Belladonna com bined with the other ingredients used in the best porous plasters make Carter's S. W. & B. Backache Plaster the best in the market. Price 25 cents. march Honest Money. All properly educated democrats arc in favor of honest hundred-cent dollars. All dollars hat are not hundred-cent dollars are dishonest dollars. They are cheats and swin dles.—[Omaha Herald (dera). Nothing Has Yet Ever Given such entire satisfaction for improv ing and beautifying the complexion as "Pearl's White Glycerine" It penetrates the skin without injury and produces a delightful effect up on it. No 85 Cent Affair. The silver dollar is no 85 cent affair in Peru. One of them will buy six teen of tho paper dollars of that country, and almost any liberal tradesman will throw in an extra bill for good measure. HUNT'S[Kidney and Liver] REMEDY is no "hit or miss" compound or old woman's mixture. It is prepared by a scientific pharmacist, with a full knowledge of the powers and virtues of each ingredient in the class of diseases which it cures. It is purely vegetable and can not harm the youngest child or the most feeble invalid. "No," said the dying punster, with a grim smile: "No, I don't object to flowers, but don't have any violets, please. I shouldn't care to have my grave violeted, you know." It was immediately agreed that it was best that he should go. Mrs. Daniel Wcidner, Hew Baden, Texas, was cured of severe Neural gia by St. Jacobs Oil, the great pain cure. Nothing New. Mr. fthnrz, we are told, Is being warmly received by the southern people. This is not an entirely new experience to Mr. Schurz. He was warmly received by the Southern people" at Chancellorsville some years ago. His Loss was Her Gain. "Well madam'" said a fashionable physician to a wealthy lady patient, "if you don't like my prescriptions, perhaps you had better try Parker's Tonic, or some ether quack stuff." You don't mean it Doetor," she an swered, "but your advice may be good for all that. Sometimes what you call'quack stuff' is the best and most scientific medicine, after all." She got a bottle of Parker's Tonic and it cured her of neuralgia aris ing from disordered stomach and nerves. She told her friends, and now they all keep a doctor at home in the form of Parker's Tonic, mar. Forgotten the Rebel Yell. As for reproducing the rebel yell, even on paper, we could not think of sueli a thing. It has been a long time since we heard it, and we have been hallering so many ye-irs now for the old flag and an appropriation that we may have lost the old time. [Charleston (S. C.) Courier. Affections of the throat are liable to strike persons at any time of the year, but especially at this season is extra caution necessary in guarding against disease of this character. Mishler's Herb Bitters is the sover eign remedy for all bronchial affect ions. A. Harshbergy, of Cheeseboro and Harshbergy, Prairie City, 111., writes: "Mrs. Harshbergy suffered from bronchitis, and has used three bottles of Mislder's Herb Bitters with the most desirable results. Send me one dozen bottles." A bogus advertisement for "800 men wanted to go to Egypt as team sters, camel drivers, etc., to apply at 54 Beekman St.,N»'w York,"appeared at night, and at daylight the next morning 5,000 men answered the ad vertisement. We wonder if Shylock ever shudders to think that if such an army hunting bread could be en gaged ou so short a notice for such employment, how short a time an army could be raised for an infinitely worse work in this country? Rheumatism Jt is an established fact that Hood* Bar- Mparilja lias proven an invaluable remedy in many severe cases of rheumatism, effect ing remarkable cures by its powerful action in correcUng the acidity of the blood, which is tho cause of the disease, and purifying aud enriching the vital fluid. Jt is art a Inly fair to flwtime that what Hood's Sarsaparllla lia* done lor others It will do for you. Therefore, if you suffer tho pains and aches of rheumatism, give this poteut remedy a fair trial. A Positive Cure. "1 was troubled very much with rheuma tism in my hips, ankles, and wrists. I could hardly walk, and was confined to my |ed a good deal of the time. Being rec Miunended to try Hood's Barsnparilla, 1 took four bottles and am perfectly well. I chocrfully recommend Hood's Sarsaparitla as one of the ln^t blood purifiers Lu Uw world.** W. F. WOOD, Dloouiington, IU. For Twenty Years I have Ucu afflicted itli rheumatism, ttefoio 1*831 found ne relief, but grew worse. 1 then began taking Hood's Sarsaparllla, and it did me more g»od titan all the other medicine I ever had." 11. T. IULCOM,Shirley. Maws. "1 suflered from what tho doctors called muscular rheumatism. 1 took Hood's Sat Faparilla and am entirely cured." J. V. A. I'BOUDFOOT, letter carrier, Chicago. 111. \\"o shall bo glad to send, free of charge to all who may desire, a l«ook containinguiauy addiUonal statements of cures by Hood's Sarsaparllla gold by all drugtfst*. ft si\ for $5. Mado only by c. I. HOOD & CO., Lofccll, 100 Oosft* Qm ifoUar. floHsranHatoF In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto sub scribed my name and affixed the ceai of »»uld ofllcc, this 3rd day ot .March 1H85. THE GOLDEN "EAGLE, Hot a lew dap since received a complete line! of New Spring Styles —Of Till JOHN POSTER OO.'S GENT'S FINE SHOES, HOITHAW GROWN SEEDS &3.00 F. N. LANG Notice in Probate. To WnoM IT MAT CONCERN: You and each of you are hereby notified to appear at the court hougn In creseo, Howard county, Iowa, on the lTtii day of September, A. I). 1885, at 1 o'clock, p. m., to attend the probate of an instrument purporting to be thw last Will and Testament of Thomas Leonard late of Howard eounty, Iowa, deceased, at which time and place you will appear and show eauxe, If any, why said Will should not be admitted to probate. In tmlmony Whereof, I l»avc hereunto sub scribed my name and affixed the seal of said •fflce, this 13th daj ot February 1H&5. WM- TilEOP11 ILLS. t'lerk of circuit Original Notice. In the District court of Howard county, low*. April Term, 1885. Jane Bunt plaintiff, vs C. II. & I.. J. McCormlck. J. J. Marsh, L. 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It neither lies nor begs for your trade, lmt always glad to kerve yon lion©*tly and well, aud doee ito ImMUiess through home and local agent* If yon want FRUIT TREES THAT WILL STAND OUR WINTER, DON'T liny the Russets, Rhode Island Greenings, Mann apple, Salome apple, and other worthless trees of that class, bnt if yon must have them "just to try them," let mc know and I will fnrnish tlieni to you at one-half the price you arc paying the traveling sharks, but get the Wealthy, Duchess, and the new Russian apple*, and get them where you can he sure to get what you bin*, and you will get your money's worth. Don't take any stock in what these peddlers say about mv not having this or that that you may want If I have not a certain article it is pretty good evidence that you, in this latitude, do not want it, and I have a large variety of fruit trees and small fruit#, and CAN furnish anything desirable in that line and FOR LESS MONEY THAN YOU WILL PAY them. 1 Itave not space ltere to my more, but 4a word to tlie wise is 8iiflieient.M .J&nxfe'SS&s THE PRENTISS. *M-*nt'VtXT. SJ2£. BEST VARIETIES OF GBAPEa J. B. MITCHELL, Ih v" rr W o* ef 3 WIMMB RochoMet.N. Y Proprietor.