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Brush Creek Mercury (Newspaper) - July 7, 1893, Brush Creek, Iowa ADVERTISE IN The MERCURY U the adver tising medium in thi It al o a lino Bring in jl your Job 1 3 SUBSCRIBE FOR Tlio MKRCURV CTt ni In ii IH vri ii tt y it itf ul in i I luil eiiii II Mpcii UM Tor I In BRUSH JULY J BRUSH BVKUV nilllAY 1IY JOHN HUTCHISON Terms ier yinr In ritUS KicnrHir CITY KiiMinli Ainlrow Ailillc Iltllnvr Unin Kriiiincr OXcel Morrllt rivinents Wclln TlUMIlpMOII Iulinct Howcll MKnHHii cry sicutiil Sutiiltiy nt ill II Sun day Sclinn nt in Iniyir miitltiK Thnrsdiiy inill prayer miutltii siimlny al T muttlnu and I tlup lut 1 luMhiv in eitili ClimsTIAX Irciirhlnu cviry at 11 Sunday School nt In nt Kiiilunvor cviiv IniyiT miitliiijoii lridny To our Customers and all the readers of this paper that we have just received a new line of Ladies Readymade f Which we kindy invite all to Call and well and at reasonable 6 EP jf All oommiMiltiitlond tor Ills column should lie nililrvuKCl to llnish Vhat the Womens Christian Tem perance Union stands for is the total prohibition of the sale and importation of and in order to huve this we must have righte ous laws and righteous men to enforce When a local union is organized it means to the United States We protest against this Christian government being a partner in the liquor business we protest against every every every wholesale liquor every place where liquor is sold as a bever Isnt it worth something for the womanhood of a community to protest To be siire it is a pity that this is all Mvey can but with this little leaven of protest the whole lump may he i The hot weather of the last few weeks has created a large demand Voshell Leahy and William Buiget are ful 111SS the first ones that began haying m this on them has been much larger than i u is at Umo Crandall went to W est Liiion on last I We are very anxious to clean out Kttiiey was in lids neighborhood uiiirv so we make a deep looking after his farming i Cooley and family came up from i cut reduced Dubuque to attend the golden wedding from 20 to 18 cents Fancy Toil dn of Cooleys The Misses Frey are taking music lessons of Miss i Nords la to 13 cents Half word 1 Cluillies 17 to 1C cents Silkolines i to 1 H cents Glorianas 15 to Charlie of is i cents Shamrocks visiting at her IM j Xephyrines 10 to Strawn and Frate Heath arc now owners of new and Will 1aul has it new hav 10 to 1 cents cents liatisuau Cords 10 to cents Challi 8 to and 5 BESIDES THESE WE HAVE Iluinui writing to Kitys April movings and house clean ings are but the good house wife who neither works on u salary nor takes A good Line of Silk vTuiolliMulon Tttlinn i Ovv the home and keeping it in order are U XITKIi Miuiiil AiKnnilu Miiiilax nl II Hlny lit 1raliT Iour Irofj Kiivt hUirmuuinl KlMf Siioml YMItK UK irst Siilunliiy Silk Silk and Cotton Kid Stockings and resh A Mrutu n or liifiivthi full M i i AllllA Mwts mill third in iiiih of A SllUVK MirtH the mill fourth in nidi John Hutchison lildm PAfllK1 Meets tin1 wiDiiil mid loiirlli VUilniMliiy in uuun Uu ii Call and see j Yours J peculiar to no Kvery available minute is need in planning and making up summer suits for the who are running wild with fun and She an almost irresistable longing to get nut into the sunshine and but can only follow the children to the porch for a moment and then back to the duties which all crowd to the each for immediate Xo wonder she says to I really dont know what to do If she is John Welch has a brother helping i One of the nicest dress goods of him a few days in i lnc SCason is the all Truesdell put the linishing i Wc touches to James Hoss new Imrn this have been selling it lor n cents per last was below regular Spensley raised his barn wholesale It is not all sold Miss Pollie was on the sick list i so it to OO cents per yard the fore part of the y Umitv of A number ol Scott people went to Oelwein to attend iollmar e Williams is working for Those new Itibhon Helts are very Deeds a few neat and although we have sold all Frame and of Brush we we mvc and al Frate Heath and 51 and j James Albert Shisler and and Sherman spent last I Sunday at i visilod at a wise wife and mother know that her first dntv she ought to is to her Childrens sake she cannot af ford the dispiriting conditions of iotouns service without and in mind and If she ihlrVl Snliiniiiy in eneh BIUSJI rltlCKK till Meets the Ou LOIK11C Mary i Ilery seeolil lies1 Aiiininlli U fourth of eueh nun i nl inn BKlSM iiiiilsuiiiy Moiiilny i T Viin l tavcop niont she must in their the embodiment of goodness and wisdom and such she cannot be if she weakly settles to the plane of self last WON THE CASE BY The Womans savs Her So has our New Spring NKW Q o MOY1NO INTO OlU UK K AHK 1JKTTKH PHK THAN KVKK Dl llmxli All citliw or fonutry will iviilvi Olllif i mid riMilinrc on MiiluMtruut mi Ollie Hint risi ikiico on KriiUdck Ilil iliiy or BKOlit fo Oii oiitnuiiliil UK illMUVS MKtllllH loHH HviHlocU Mni1 vini1 iisvull iisly fills oimuiiiy ion liUMUiSH under of tin1 New York Itnicl Xolnry Illlllll1 Hllll Iolllltloililll Ululiil to Jliivury Imllil DOE ACfl Will Curo a IT WILL IF YOU KRAUSES HeadaclicCapsules 1500 Howard for any uibstnnru fouiul in ihcKo gqgTPerfectly To show you a Full of Paints and Plastering hert objects to woman suttrage except in municipal elections on the ground that women are too tender learted and would go to the extreme in nimaiie Very likely they if women alone were to do all he But under our present ystem if exclusively male legislation the tendency is toward the opposite extremes toward tin md callousness to humane consider One of lialph Waldo Kmersons irgumeiits for etiual Kiillrage was that he tendency of men and women is toward opposite extremes and that if both men and women voted these oppo 1IU Client Hud no i 80 Ho Made tliu Mont of Wlien lawyers get together they us ually tell pretty pood and as is the rule in such the one that tells the first story is nowhere unless he can have another At a j gathering recently In a famous shire town a venerable lawyer tokl this as a He said lie was retained to uefeiui a as he could hail no and the lawyer urged his client to throw him self on the mercy of the Not by a jugful cried the fearless and subsequent proceedings showed that he knew his He explained that the justice was a mild mannered who never wan led to go against public regard less of the tendency of the COOK STOVES AND STEEL LICHTY 08 For Kulljy NKVttK A speilllu monthly mcd iulnu for in roKLoro nnd rcKUlutD tlio rouucinu heullliy No ticUiH or paiiiH on au Now tiHed by over once tic UHIC Ihuuc Iiiwaicol ti or trial slo f1 Bunt unaloil In jilulu Hiunl 4u la Htiiniim for IVIlVr Mrillciil AfK lillJ Xiirlli Ilitrk St hy IVIlVr Mrillciil lillJ Xiirlli Ilitrk III AT LOWRU IMtlLKS THAN KVKK GASOLINE j We are prepared to make you SPECIAL PRICES on the New the best Stove in the Our Stock of Tinware Was never so as at the present Our TIN SHOP will be at our old place of and we are prepared to do new or repair old work on short Machinery Will be at our old place of business and we have it already filled with all kinds of FariiiinoImplements llurhed Ierkins 1icket Iron and Wood Ill The Perkins Wind The only genuine one in will havieverythino in its lime as the season and ask you all to look al our ovt prices and buy and jo home Thanking one and all for their last years we tendencies would correct each neutralize and When the case came for trial the stuffy room was crowded with the friends of the who most any person can make Our Fan stock is Palm Leaf fans are always and we have lots of Japanese Fans are ojid but very much used prices raiioefroni two for f cents to 30 S cents Folding fans are always convenient prices from 10 to 75 cents Umbrellas are very neat this the variety of handles is so The prices commence away 70 cents for 2G up to for the best and scarcely two handles We have not said much about The trade has been immense but we have had plenty of stock all the and are in shape to suit our customers either in low or high priced We have also made cuts on em broidered lllack embroid ered patterns from and lo 50 cents per White em were tilled with his The state j broidered patterns from to was represented by a rising young lawyer who presented a perfectly plain case against the There was not a break anywhere in it and the case looked decidedly gloomy for the When the govern ment finished counsel for the de fense arose and in a most impressive While embroidered patterns from to DO cents White embroidered patterns from 80 to 70 cents White embroidered patterns from 60 to We have a full line of shades in WALRATH The churches are beginning to awak en to the fact that women are a power in every and they are in very manv places breaking away from Pauls injunction to the women of Corinth and are following the example of who lirst commissioned women to go and tell the glad tidings of a risen We nowhere liud this commission for as 1aul him self often women as faith ful coworkers with we must surely regard the Corinthian injunction as local in its and we rejoice In see women up the work of leading souls to for which they are HO The United lirethren church has over twenty min all of them The Unitarian and Universal 1st churches have many of them ol worldwide reputation as eloquent speakers and leaders in reform of the pastor of the Universalist church at Went acceptably ills the pulpit in her hus bumlti The Friends have always acknowledged the equality of I he and the Baptists and Cungre nationalists are coming into confcranic of thejatter church in a woman deacon paired the wino at We have heard one minister who resigned his pastorate because there were too many women in the church and he did not receive as much attention and reverence iw he thought was to the dignity of his Hut wo think Ibis is an isolated case and that pastors are usu ally willing women should be members of the though we all agree that iu church well as state it would be better and witter to have hoth men ami women interested and intelligent manner asked the counsel for the state sllawls fop 8lmmicr if he was Having been answered in the afllrin i about ativo he turned to the court and solj shoes and slippers for women j t lo i to Ourlhieof slippers for 1 omnly remarked that he would not in sxilt the intelligence of the court by offering any testimony in such a mis erubly lame case and sat The crowd looked at the court e crow ooe a e cour children is very nice and The old man grabbed his i docket and remarked Verdict for we had it made to order by anil a celebrated ease was THE NtWEST It Is to Keep u Clmmeleoii In a Cugo for it Have you seen the latest fad asked the Washington man of opening a largo cage surrounded by small wire mesh They are the chain Notice how this little fellow a linn in Our line of ladies Donoola shoes is very large and includes all the Common I and i In mens we have Calf at i and Dongolas at will change his ami he toolc a j These arc Congress and For small Iwardlike animal from the j weather we have a low cut Ox ford Dongola at a Our stock of Clothing is large and we scarcely ever fail to suit any one who examines the Uut when you want a straw hat we are in it and prices are very low this Our line of straw goods includes everything needed for boys or men cither for Sunday or work When you get hungry remember we have a Ill 1 supply t salt salt clear oat meal canned a xxx butter cents by the also a few dried fruits which we will close out The reason we can sell so cheap is not because our goods The little when the reporter first looked at was a anil almost immediately a rapid chanHe toolt place anil he turned a most beautiful The upon close was or had the appearance rouffh trralnuil The buulc is the tail round ami There are toes on each nnitetl by tlio skin as far as the The is the most peculiar of the It is cylindrical uiul capable of tin elonyation of six or seven Chameleons live on Hies I mill other which they seize by j means of their lonf sticky They are slow to but thu tin wurv 11 v ofttiinos I incurs too for when this tongue out like an arrow it seldom misses its murk or loses a Chameleons have been Uuown for In they are one of the animalK mentioned bv Aristotle in llv jnlVnoi but because we pay cash his history of Hie name is kllow lw of lireolc origin anil means little J 1 It tluir money is sure in ten or UK some It tluir money is sure in ten has been generally supposed that these so Ihey cut you get till animals lived but such is not the though there are Siiitu in i Htunees where they h gone for mouths without any This probj iicspcctfully have lots nt ice lo ably gave rise to the sta tint they liyo on
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