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   Weekly Call (Newspaper) - May 26, 1900, Troy, Illinois                                5EKLY PM IN Independent in Ail ThlnBrsr Neutral in YEAR IN MADISON MAY i j i 4 i Report of the Illinois Section on Climate and Crop iplons Shower and Favorable Climate Advancetthe t Oat and Doing Con J tb I and l t Special to THE WEE ICVICU IV Knlb If EimaftJX r j I J teay 22rThe first few day of last very at eU ed ered From Wediies1 to rains occurred throughout the Tbetraltt fell generally in such a manner as to be pe proyeuJHe well absorbed by the soil TlffttUy ouce e lest off smal1 aild lhe ewd t lbe after several ft welldcvoloped week finds condjtioua able for groVni ofvegetation and The horsey then a the ground in good except wiiere l6o wot The rain interfered with farm work considerably from to Low temperature during the rainy in tun Northern and Central retarded the growth of suoh vegetation as re quires warm weather for its rapid The rain in the Southern part of the State was and mure rain is needed in that sec A few reporters from parts of the eay that the rain has been Wheat gener ally looks well in tho northern in the eu districts ravagesof j Hessian fly have become dia Many ftefib far while a tew reporters It say that ihfbrdfp In S will beftiiftatini entire some places prospects continue and the plant is beading The yet nf maiuiug Tinplaiited lii the Northern Thie vas retarded by tne raiiy weal ri7hit already planted id doing A jfew fields have been replanted on acoouiu ol poor vb and a large jja ported from Coles moAdo we aid past ures suffered slightly from the dry but tlte recent rains have started a rapid and vigorous and the prospects for these crops are uow excelleUt Potatoes and garden are doing1 Ai a few places potato bags and cut worms are becoming trouble The outlook for fruit cou tiuues thougn the coudl lion has deleribrated in some places X trte and fiealh of Manchester Writing ofhis almost miracu lous escape says Ex posure measles iiMlnced seri ous 1 un g t wJit sih e ded i n I had frequent hem orrhages and coughed and A limy doctors said I irifuVl eoou Then I bcgau to use Dr Kings New Discovery for consump w tilcb cured j JJM I would not be without it even if it cost K Hundreds used Hupoutnj and all say it never falls to core llegular slzfa f I bottles freer at i5Kiiig8rou8 druj have i S The Appetite of aGoat Is envied by all poor whose stomach and liver are out cu order All such should know thai rut to On Monday lasti Hie Vne owned bjr Schultze of this city taken ilh uary Surgeon of Edwarda Was summoned to atlnnd to be iiqk jHe admitted It hat he was unable to diagnosis the Jcase and madeikJiown the advisabllitj of telegraphing for the State nariau iu order went to Work ouihe horse had wjth breaking out on oue Of its but ibis could not SOCIAL JEvents of a Week iri Social Circles bnly Vliltors In And On t of Ihn City Duly i Pride of the West Rebtikab celebrated the first anniversary of its organization at Rieders Opera House on Tuesday evening with an entertainment and ice cream The event was largely attended and resulted in net ting a neat The program was glnVVd vbry much En larged and coulAining caseous tc Two meseuleric glands wore found to be and the left Inguinal gland was much enlarged caseous The right kidney also a caseus ab A representative of THECALI was present at the Tiffany placed no quarantine on ibo animals of the Schultze prem ises and said the disease was not likely to spread among now that the cause has The animal has just beeu assessed at its and is quite a loss to the not re that State will actually vftinrfiilirifie JdaK Tlie hoirse IMS been making the season and has befeuJ much afer by in this is sue appears otficial notice by Tiffany in regard to this point in NEWS FROM of Intereit to Trojans from a Spec ial Osborn will deliver a Memorial day address at Upper Al tonon next the George Osbsrii has been engaged for another year as princi pal of the Alton public formerly in the public schools of your baa been reappointed as prin cipal of the pnbljc of Upper of I 7 j who Is visiting in your has beeu specially invited to attend the commencement exercises of Shurl U the oldest grad collegeliow Osborn will graduate a pleasant one and and many of the heartily well numbers were The mandolin club was especially com pHtrienled on its Following is the program in its regular order nnd Guitnr Club Party nt the Irrua and Miss Lottie nn1 Guitar Hope and Jolui Smith mid First Music Miss Nellie and Guitar Club Miss Katie Arrow and the and Guitar Miss Rhoda Happy Guess Twenty of Troy Difl iricl 862i journeyed Jiicobon Monday evening toatiend oni giv en hyv the Jacob maj ority went in the hack and some few on the Six candidates were initiated into the mysteries of the after which an elegant supper was served at the Commer cial Those Trojans in attend ance reporla good time and com pliment the hospitality of Jac pbitos The German Kvnngelical church at Black Jack gave its annual on Thursday in n grove in that vi which was countenanced by favorable weather and quite a The celebrated Black Jack Cornet Biinn furnished music for the occasion which proved n both socially and finan Quite h from this city were in Ed Klein WHS from Loiiif Sunday visiting Imnic J Sticnhniis was a business visitor lo Louis August Droll was a business visi lor to Louis last George Licbler and wife were visi tors to the county seat Henry and daughter were visitors lo Louis with the of 1900 at Shurtleff The will lake place on June when Uew i MoKee will bo The orations ofthe graduates will be delivered ou tha Wednesday evening Notice to Breedvri May To all awuers of mares that have been bred to Nog HONOR THE MEMORY THE BV 1 This stallion has been destroyed on account opbalng glaud ajll t ha fiave to have i beeu to some extent exposed to the gives a gestlou and a regular bodily habit that iusures perfect hoallh and great Only at drug that all such mares be brought to the home of Iho on Tuesday May that they may be tested with niare that Her toquarantine fon auLudefinite per prepared toierTe lee and milk an figure on fufulBhiug parti with ice X i From tha ChlMBe j iu magalzlue form and v the i r f musical iiiBtrument instructors and supplies at Days of days of Mainy hearts have truly known And today is witnessed Iu the decoration Bliown On the graves of fallen Coverinit eftch lonely With the blossoms and thd flowers That in lovely llay Let Memorial Day be hallowed And the they gather where ivre restine What to thoiu death haa Peed that with them tin befttting Thus to spend the time With the who He around i And the of the Onthe in the Stone and mound the story tell Of the bruve who there nre Having done their duty Springtime and we hasten With tho blossomings of On the graves at which we linger Offerings of love to the day remembered While the nution hath its i May it be a time appointed To recall the deadly strife Into which the nation Out of whioh it came again altiiowledfje that behooves to After the program nearly all pres ent sat at tables andpartook of ice cream and which lent addition al enjoyment to the RiedersPork in theoast end of town was opened last Sunday with a grand piqiilc and fish whicJL in every vvay a uislved the and Ed ward HeiueckeV Orchestra Oe voloped sweet strains to wLich lov ers of the light fantastic tripped to their hearts number of prizes In contents wore giveu away as Twiu foot first b03c of won by Albert Fat bbi of Wai ter i 1 tipVoii j secdmi 75 yon 6y Freefdrall first priiiei box ot won by Fred second 75 won by Nail driving con first bronze guaranteed Joseph of Lebanon is the guest of relatives inthis Fred Collinsvillo visited friends in this city his week Ed of was the guest of Rd Dcimlihg last Sun i MesdamcB John Dennling and W drove to Tues Fred of Edwanisville was a visitor to this city onThurs Miss Annie of Mauix visited Cook and family las A AJol I i us in this city yesteriiay on a horsi oj Louis was a vUi tor to frieiidsUu t his oil y of Dewey Sta spent sefcrai days rela lives o Ed w Mar i we rto n on mw m Philip Schultze and Ed Heinecke nnde a business trip to Collinsville n and of spent Sunday last with rela ives in this Elliott and little daugh are visiting relatives at Altamont this Mesdames Dunslan and lenry Samuels visited friends at ollinsville last Braner and Henry were visit rs to Louis Powell and Miss spent Sunday last n the guests of Holliday has secured a posi ion as traveling agent for the Wal er Wood Harvesting Machine Ilolden and of were guests of the latlers and last Sun Oscar Gomel aiid Miss Lena llein ecke and Fred Daleiige and Miss Sfellie Harlman drove to Collins villo last Sunday evening t Isabellc Rawson and Miss of spent Sunday last in this the guests of Mayor llnweon and Eliza Wild aiul attended the funeral of Jessie Davis at Col George daughter Miss Augusta and left for U attend the funeral of John a Miss Olie Gastnecker returned Monday from an extended visit at East accompanied by bet who will spent some time with home folks in this Mahler and family of Ed and Wesley Dnggcr ant were guests o Kersey and wife last of for merly of ibis spent several days this week visiting relatives auc Slienhans will leave next Tuesday with a party of thir teen Louisiana who will make an in The lour will be confined principally to Ger many and the party expeclsto be ab sent about three months Household If you wish to cool a wet a the ji up in the If the ven tilation is good the temperature will sink leu or fifteen degrees in less than an Lemon strawber and apples recommended by good authorities in the medical profession for rheu Lemon juice is one of best Now that gasoline stove sea son is remember this If you have a gasoline lire throw flour on or meal or Never wa meal or sand will put the fire right oulj spreads fix this in yoni mind so it will come handy wheji you need Improvements at the ttonk Things are gradually assuming shape out at tho New Donk mine The boiler house and engine room whioh are being constructed o brick are nearly completed anil are ready for the The office build ing is in course of construction am the lumber for the permanent tot works is oil the The new pond is completed and when fillet up furnish an adequate water Work in the air shaft has been progressing rapidly but a present the same vein of watei which was struck hi the sinking u main shaft is causing some A large number of men is now employed iu and the The Cull Yesterday we were informed tha a certain Trojan had found a tray o diamonds As being anxiou mi of we interrogated bur informant 0411y to find tha the trey had been discovered fit a pack of Wow QernisuXEyiMigelicaL churptt i A LOCAL What Is Going on and Being Done Tersely Told in And Goislp Boiled Down For Memorial Day celebration Be sure to get a program of lays memorial exorcises r Avis ia engaged in taking the chool census for this More new names THE subscription list this T tret in Next June is the time el for the beginning of the census Meiuers is having the Ceii ral Hotel re shingled and other wise put in A game ot ball will take place iere tomorrow between the local earn and the Jacob Jarvis is having his resi dence property in the east end of own remodeled and The city cemetery fence received now coat of paint this week at the lands of the veteraji T II The hotcnonghforyou fel ow is making his Johnny fot your your and stuffed Parties wishing Boisonherl will be supplied at all Greaves and J 284fr Get your daily nnd Sunday news japers and school supplies at Had eysuews Aiso flue jine of wall The season for picnics is s there promises to be an jioverproduction for the average lov er of Thursday was Ascension Day and the event was observed in the Ger man churches of this city by appro priate John Sapp and family moved here from Smitbboro Sapp has the position of flagman at the depot The weather man is probably run ning in a few scorchers on us holding off a few frosts until about the Fourth of Fistical difficulties are getting to be quite common in TrOy and the contents of the citys strong box is increasing as a natural couse number of extra copies are sent out this week with the compliments of the The recipients may consider it a personal invitation to Two compressed air mining ma chines were taken out of the Troy mine Wednesday and sent loMarissa to be installed In one of the Consol idated Coal at that As an inducement to who like TpE but doul take on our we will seucj it from until January seven months for fifty cents in To profit by this it must taken A total eclipse of the sun is on the program for VThe land Jonrnal says in a burst of hu mor There will bo no admission fee of any kind neither will there be a social hop after the per A new time table will go into ef fect on the VamlaliR Line Trojans are to bo accommodated with a late train to and The new time cardhas not been but will appear in this next j organ was in lowu day on Some cruel enough to remark that oughtft to go to poor fellow was working his good right arm beat tainly together with four cited at Alton on to answer for alleged tho Alton of thoir H   

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