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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - November 7, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                t IB Worthy of Being Called store in Town Requires Large Stock Suil eJorTonrNeeds Requires the Goods Which jeais fir Requires i to the universal sat Qon of Our Trade Requires le Have These They Are at Your We Invite Your Track EISFELD AND SQTJABB 311 JEFFERSON JUST inter is close at kand and in to propsrly usler in the we will offer for the next 5O BLUE AND BROWN BEAVER NAUMANN HELD 218 North Third i promptly and separately A lull Une or standard patent medicines always on fipefootweaf Means well proportioned Sboea made of the Boot Stock and to lit the foot perfectly JUAMe Makos a specialty of this class of CITY antipathy and trade with tailoring at hats at and Frantz for thc Churchill this the Merchants Carnival dry goods and notions so to 506 Jefferson street steamer John Taylor goes to Oyuawka aud every at aud musical numbers rendered at Merchants Carnival are alone worth the price of admission 50 the favorite comuie with Baker Opera last between Fourth and Fifth on a longhaired brindle and white Bernard Answers to the name of A re ward will bo paid if returned to GEORGE Fifth and Jefferson ses at the ertraordinarj low coats are genuine Ear EIH TOiid be cheap at nplste assortment of all kinds lats for man or boy at Court Convened at ten oclock yester day but transacted very little Defaults were granted in cases 1710 and In 1701 a motion for security for costs was and plaintiff given until Monday to furnish Court will convene at ten this Mammoth carl Samples can be seen and orders left at Eundorfs North Best potatoes in the 1rice per Raised on Judge Newmans November Grimes Dont fall to a number of lady frS rtalned t South r 405 of our bestl keepers were conspicuous ii celebrating democrats who kuk last party Ol went to Keo nowregistsrs fou iaUlnches above 10r goodly prcccnt on the t tiou the thc K 0 tt Crawford and Miss Tillic bchafer of this were thc contract Ing The young couple went directly to their which was In readiness for them on Gnahu Joe William to JsiGM aM Finn The fairy the demons and their joint satellites and allied forces appeared again last toa fair which evidently enjoyed its moneys The piece was abbreviated but the giraffe was absurd as the bears proved a little more orderly and the spirits capered around even more than on the night The scenery acted up considerably It is growing old and not as cohesive in parts as it ueed to The transforma tions were given in good and although the performance gave one the Impression of being hurried it was fairly es pecially to those to whom Fantasma was a first We move that Hanlon bring their new produc next and so revive their ancient popularity in this the Merchants including a violin solo by thepromising young Miss vocal duet by Miss Galbraith and solo by Miss Kay drills and tab leaux by the young ladies representing our enterprising business firms and music by Arthur Clark and Misses Nettie Burtch and Tillie Dont miss thc novel en tertainment Tiddledy I At Onahnx TtnoV Rtnrp or Hand OS BLACK GROCER Petition far Monmouth Review Those unfortu nates who put in their time viewing the country from side door palace took a sten i u the right direction at a recent They petitioned the Q and other roads asking relay the ties so they wil be of the proper distance apart for They justly complain that the present system of p Ling ties necessitates a very short step or a hop and in a long is very tiresome r Van saut and Working yesterday attended a dinner party in Keokuk given by Mrs formerly of this city Uho ladies returned last evening well pleased with the which they had en joyed very Two mallfactors were lodged with Mght Sergeant Fonnimore at the police station last They arrived from Ues iloines about ten oclock and will proceed to Madison this morning ac companied by two bailiffs in whoso cus tody they One is sentenced for a year and a half for breaking and enter ing and the other for one year for high way A young German with a fractured leg is a new patient at Francis Hos Ho Is employed by a and a day or two ago ap proached a herd o horses in Hie field for the purpose of catching Instead of doing he was laid low by a vicious animal wheeling about let drive with both hind striking him upon the thigh and breaking the Davenport Democrat The new Iron hull steamer Ferd recently built at struck a snag or rock near Louis a few days A hole was knocked into one of her but It did not sink her or oven delay her Thu gap was bulkhoaded and the steamer finished her If she had been the ordinary wooden steamer she would now bo at the bottom of the The iron hull steamer is the boat of the Adjutant General Greene has re ceived a circular from the secretary of the worlds fair committee at giving the preliminary plans for a grand military pageant with which It is pro posed to opau the The circular contains an invitation to thc guard of the northwest and and especially of to attend In body for a ten days camp to open the A large number of prize drills for regiments and brigades will be Quite a delegation of our democratic friends took passage last evening on the special leaving at seven oclock carried them down to Keokuk to partici pate In the jollification meeting arranged by the flambeaux A similar cele bration will be held in this city when large numbers are expected from Keokuk and Fort Madison as well as other parts of thc district to join in the The program includes u torchlight fireworks and speeches in North Hill Harpers in an editorial on has this to say concerning a custom which happily is no longer countenanced by the best society That one may have as many recurring wed ding festivals as there arc wedding days no one will But that one may turn any of these festivals Into an excuse for begging and an excuse for Imposing another domestic tax upon friends and no one now will whatever may have been polite usage a generation whenever one thinks of the great sacredness and tenderness of the mar riage it seems difficult to see how any can be willing to vulgarize and prof aue It by such a custom as the asking and receiving of and we would ex pect Its anniversaries to bo celebrated not in rude but with a sort of sweet solemnity making such things im Uhler was the heroine of an exciting runaway on Summer street yesterday While she and her two little children were driving along the street the horse became frightened at a wheelbarrow and dashed away at breakneck With con siderable nerve Uhler held tight to the lines and guided the frightened ani mal past a number of vehicles and finally turned him into the Penrose yard where the quick swerve turned the phaeton completely throwing thc occupants out with considerable fortu nately without hurting them in the The horse was quickly captured by on lookers and found to be The vehicle will need slight repairs which constitutes the only One fea of the event was the narrow escape of the fellow on a bicycle who suddenly found himself trundling along In the very teeth of the The suddenness with which ho got over on th o other caused even the fair Jehu to smile despite her EVERYBODY II oir Four Took In a Wager for a Suit of There was lots of talk of betting be fore the election but the money was rarely put up for the reason republican is insack clotti and ashes be cause he must pay one man for the privilege of paying for a suit of clothes for the second democrat merely smiles and looks HEALTH Aimual lieport of City Physician Barnes for The annual report of City Physician Barnes to the stateboard of of the number and causes of death in tho city of Burlington for the year ending October shows a total of 363 deaths during tha Of theso 44 were duo to diphtheria and this Is the largest number due to any ono disease heart disease comes next with 34 and consumption follows closely with 33 deaths by violence numbered 31 and from cancer B scarlatina furnished 6 croup 5 and typhoid fever the balance was the report show Ing only the the principal preventable the constitutional diseases and deaths by Of tho deceased ISO were males and 1SS December was responsible for the most 27 deaths occuring In that month January Is credited with November with 18 and March and Sep tember with each Is charged with while July and August had 10 or 11 Strange to say the smallest number of any one month occurred in March when U passed over the dark In comparison with the table of isso we hnd that In that year there were 302 deaths or less by is than the year just In the year 1889 the principal causes of death and the number of such were as follows Diphtheria Croup fever measles scarlet fever Tho October report of Barnes shows deaths due to the followingcauses i 3 Heart 3 Progressive 1 Perforation of Anjrlna j 3 i i Cirrhosis or I 1 Of these 12 were male and female 11 were born In S in Iowa and 3 in other while 7 werfi of foreign birth 0 wure S were single and 1 a The This evening and Saturday evening will be one of the finest entertainments of the miss Get your tickets aud seats For sale or ex change at the A DOQ IN THE Hngtfity ailuil a Pub tln HAWKEVE In Thursday mornings report of the board of trade meeting a lesson is contained in tho fol lowing paragraph Considerable plain talk was indulged in with reference to the refusal of the landowners to permit Ripley to drive across their and mea sures were discussed for securing a legal roadway across the same by process of The committee was continued for tho purpose of raising subscriptions to the amount of S100 to defray the cost oj the as ono o while consenting that my subscription of S10 to assist In establishing industries in shall go towards defraying tho expenses of the reestablishment of the liipley protest against the neglect on tho part of tho members of the board of equalization to execute the law accor ding to their otlicial if I un derstand it obliges them to assess taxes against the property in question at Its real market Were this done no dogiuthomanger or afford to hold such land idle and prevent others from crossing The law which prescribes penalties for thc offense of improving property is bad but the abuse of the law by taxing im provements and favoring owners of idle laud is so oppressive that the people are growing daily more Impatient of it as they see industry after industry strug gling a while against it and finally giv ing up and going where there is a wier administration of laws that are uonc too I would like to seo this matter zenerally looked A BAD THE ARTERIES OF Railroad Hatters of General and In A ton of iron or steel as quoted by the means An English railway company hasset apart a special fund from which to re ward acts of bravery on tho part of its George the celebrated Siberian discourages Americans from investing the projected Russian transSiberian French enginsers are utilizing tho poppy to strengthen The roots of plant form a network that cannot be great and well fitted for the purpose It Is on record that tho Vandcrbilts once gave a check for a tre mendous railway but that record is uow beaten by the check for said to be drawn in London by the Indian and Peninsular Eatlway The Prussian railroad authorities at fitting up a car which is to have all the necessary apparatus and appliances foroperating ten arc The car Is to bo used in tho inspection of in case of to promptly furnish an abund ance of light at any desired The Mount Washington railway has used wood in its locomotives since the road was upward of twenty Good wood prepared for tho about S3 a notwith standing it is cut within three mile of where It U and each trip up the mountain requires nearly a fA railway papertichas been The inventor he can utilize in this way the ordinary which Is made from grass or any cheap and coarse The strawboards arc cemented together and pressed in he a fire and waterproof which is not effected by atmospheric holds tho spikes la elastic and will days fromdate of At one and fare round plus fifty cents admission American fat stock November 13 to Tickets on sale No vember 20 and Good five days from date of At one and onethird fare round plus fifty cents admission Tickets on sale to all winter tourists No trouble to answer Call at 103 Jefferson a good cause and evenings entertainment by enjoy an attending A REMARKABLE Witnessed by a Burlington Traveler In a Gloomy We regret say that we cannot give the name of the county and city in which the incidents related below took but tho story is told by a young business man of Burlington and it Is so remark able and so unlike any thing in any book of travels we have ever seen that we feel bound to give it Early in the gray dawn of the morning he entered the dark portals of a gloomy Tho place was al ready well filled with an expectant throng but ho was so fortunate as to ob tain a station from which he could ob sorve all that was going He knew not what was to trenspire but had been attracted by the feeling that something unusual was to tako place and had been carried along by the crows of eager wor Presently a deep silence fell upon the multitude kneeling upon tho stone pave ments of the His eyes by this time had become accustomed to the dim light his being rendered un usually by curiosity and the strangeness his he missed nothing of the It was not long before ihe clear notes of a bugle sounded from a loft high up on the wail fartherst removed from the The buglo notes startled him by abruptness and he had not re covered composure when a solemn A Visitor hi llurllngtoii an cldcut that Occurred at Ofborn On was passing the above place on yesterday afternoon when I was ronfroutPd by a man who bareheaded out of the He had a black eye aud his face was covered with blnod from a cut on one cheek ex tending from eye to When the door was open I saw three men tumbling over whisky bottles and another behind the bar shaking up more and hiding those ho had cut his neighbor I am sor ry to see such things in A VISITOU AXD A Ex Carnival chauge your tickets THE RETURNS ALL Danville and Washington Kc to the The county auditor now has complete returns of tho votes cast at Tuesdays election In Des Molnes From his books wo take the returns from the townships omitted Danville aud Washington townships and the Sixth They are as follows Danville itJJ SECRETARY OP DISTRICT COCNTY CLERK OF US ICO 153 150 131 161 160 US led lor and deliv ana flno work IB our BAINES for more harmonious feeling between the tramps and the railroad The dealers En5Salvationi OU the Investments iGES AND VENtiOHS AND People Who W shrewdest betters were at and knew uot whether to continue placing their money on the plan first adopted or to hCThe following true tale will illustrate this feeling of uncertainty among repub licans as well as democrats and shows that the result was as little expected ly highly respected Washington TowiiRhip SECRETARY OP DISTRICT COUNTY CLERK OF 71 133 132 131 70 132 dattc fo SDssJean McDUHsiisltine at home Governor or GOODMORNIW31 ir Your Prbierty IUTTICL The bet by the republican and it was agreed hnsult of clothes should cost not You are always getting you can have of the Ill said the said the the bet to a who agreed to become and The first 120 70 130 Sixth SECRETABY OF DISTRICT COUNTY CLERK OF being hole The Merchant Carnival Will be interspersed between tho divi sions with violin solos by Miss vocal duets by Miss Galbreath and Pro fessor Sheets and a vocal solo by Miss Kav wear five wooden The Harvey Steel Car company have recently had constructed at the Aurora shops of the Burlington and Quincy two coal cars built un der their patents and according to their Theso cars have now been out of the shops several weeks and ono of them has been inspected with a great deal of interest by a large number of railway mon in the vicinity of The desirability of employing steel in car construction to a larger extent than formerly has been attracting a great deal of attention for the past few Tho Burlington and Missouri railroad has a corps of engineers In the field mak ing a preliminary survey of a proposed line from Decatur in the northwestern part of to It is said to bo a certainty that the line will be constructed next The survey hasalready been made from Pueblo down the Arkansas river to a point known as Rocky and the engineers are now working a north easterly direction Kit The company has also made a survey part way from from which point of tho Sappa will followed to Eawlins Nominally a car load continues to be ft is also 70 barrels of 70 of 90 of C cords of soft 13 or 20 head of 50 or 00 head of 90 or 100 of feet of solid feet of feet of onehalf less of hard onefourth less of green onetenth loss of and other large 310 bushels of 400 of barley 400 of OSO of 2GO of flax 3GO of 340 of Irish 3SO of sweet of It is gen erally as much more as the shipper can get sneaked in without Judged by the standard of the number of roads actually entering depots in the and taking the Official Railway Oiiideas Chicago is the largest railway center in the United with twentyfour Next como Louis and Kansas tieing each with sixteen roads Philadelphia is with fif teen New York counting in the Jersey City and Long Island comes fourth in thc with fourteen Toledo with Bal timore and Minneapolis tie for with twelve Pittsburg and have eleven roads tieing for seventh Creston Gazette As heretofore out tho Osceola Narrow Gauge has passed Into the hands of the It seems to be the policy of that company to widen the track from Leon to Des straighten the line aud make it tho direct route from Des Moines to Joe and Kansas The line south from Leon to bo continued as a Narrow at least for the Tho above is not very good news for will If not the building of a line from Creston to Des Molnes by tho Many of our citi zens had hoped to see the step taken but it Is likely that the action above mentioned will render It unadvisable so far as tho Q is Creston as well as those from all south west be better ac commodated by the Osceola route than the former route via Welearn It Is the intention of the Q to make the service first class in every The Hallway Review gives the follow ing timely warningProphecies of evil are never but it requires no prophet to predict tbat sometime during tho coming winter tho country will be again startled by the news that another trainload of railway passengers has been burned There are a few of the prin cipal lines of railway on which such an event Is now practically improbable be cause they have almost entirely banished fire for heating purposes from their Some statistics on the of steam heating of passenger cars last spring were very but some Interest In tho subject among those railway officials who have power to act seems now to have died While there is something doing in this wayin various sections of the country on the a curious Neither the economic nor tho humanitarian argu ment seems been thoroughly effective and oven the zeal which was aroused in past winters seems to have been very thoroughly probably by cold water from the boards of TnE IOWA JOINT RATE wan Review The case of the Burling Cedar Rapids and Northern Railway the railroad commissoners of the state of has been argued in the supreme court of that The arguments of the railway attorneys were that the joint rate law is unconstitu tional for the reason that it seeks to com pel a road to enter into contractual rela tions with other railway companies with out consent to cars to other or to unload them without compensation If it refuses to so surren der to part with equipment to other companies without and thereby Imperil and embarrass its ability to fur nish transportation to its own line in accordance with its duty as a common They also hold that it is voidon account of the omission of a line by the printer in the third section which makes that section Attor ney General the commission argued that the side of the case taken by the for the appellee In their first three counts given above was not and closed with argu ment upholding the validity of the notwithstanding the omission of a sen tence in the bill made by the on the ground that the spirit of the law and the Intentions of the general assembly should be considered as well as the literal reading of the The opinion of the sourt is but commanding voice called the At the command there poured oub from the side chapels a body of veterans In warworn garb and wearing the initials of the order in gilt upon the front of their They marched with military precision but silent tread down the main out the wide low door and were seen no A pause and again thc bugle broke the oppressive silence and the same voice that had spoken before called the Inanswer to the ten in church vestments aud wearing appeared from the five from one side and five from the They met in tho center of the nave and marched two and two with dignified steps down the aisle and out the Most of the worshippers remained with bowed heads as the strange rite pro but our traveler had less rever ence and a great deal of so he gratified the latter to the At the third sound of the buglo nearly all heads were bent low and the voice At this command a sight appeared more wonder ful than any Out from the chapel there poured a body of trained Each was an a Her cules the muscles stood out upon their shoulders and arms like cord and they moved with the grace and ease that comes with perfect physical de marched through the multi tude and passed two and two out the low arched A fourth time the clarion notes of the bugle broke the awful stillness in the vaulted room the tones seemed to rise to the roof and dance and jump from pillar to arch and back again the voice from the loft again rang out and gave the the The echoes had not ceased to reverberate through the vaulted when out from the on noiseless wheels rolled twenty beantiful girls guiding their unstable vehicles with wonderful grace and They paused not but glided in pairs down the aisle making no sound upon the smooth worn After a short interval the swelling tones of the organ rose and filled the church and the people rising from their knees crossed themselves and bent their steps The young man who tells this wonder ful tale has not been out of Burlington forseveral weeks and no one will sup pose the scenes described were seen here it remove all cause for speculation when wo say that the afore said young man ate freely of a wonder fully constructed and very appetizing English pudding at the Shokoquon Club at dinner Sunday evening and the dream related above was the natural conse He offers a new hat for an in terpretation Wheres a Daniel mum Where it does the most is jthe place to put your If you are debating in your mind where the place is to put can get your answer at RAAB i fil Tlie Tliett BIG STOCK OF TOP BIG STOCK OF BOYS BIG STOCK OF BIG STOCK OF HOSIERY AND BIG STOCK OF NECKWEAR THE BEST READYMADE GOODS IN HOUSE WEST OFCH1CM The Finest Stock of Tailoring Goods in tne stak AT ANY GROORRY Science Made ft PossiWs ta Restors Mectiue Epsiglii in Hormal 1 v Jeweler and 305 Jefferson No Charge for Testing Your SPECIALTIES FRIENDSHIP IS GOLD AND We are now delivering some of the Best Hard Coal that ever came to Bur Call and see Prices Biirlington Fuel CORNER FIFTH AND VALLEY AlftJIVEKSART Occurrences ou Thla Date In Former Soars at Home anil of Joseph Oil Wiigners Minstrels it the G DeathoC Georso ot Ira Leonard and Miss Minute The Interstate League representatives decide to Death of Sir Martin Fro famous of British expelled from en br Andrew Jackson of Jean Andre De uaturulisc born aboli killetl at AJton of Iwtta Charlotte American Jouy Prussian army called ouc to en force consolidation of thesmall German Victor Emmanuel entered Naples asking and Garibaldi resigned tha dictatorship and retired to oE Port by tho Union oE Italy at to seize Jtarchioness 3IacMahoa offenders of John American come Japanese minister ot foreign affairs badly hurt bya bomb thrown into his car riage tha assassiu cut his own throat and t the Jobbers and it 5 BEST GOODS Comer Fonrtii aM Jefeisoa LOWEST PRICES ffitoy CHURCH M 1 LADIES WILL PRESENT Baier Opera all the T U irat laelcas and til Scantl a family ratlnly Him Chcaiul3 la Huodn StnipailQK fcu kftd rcmtfkable suoceu curing tvm mot malm to Mck horaor la cmlis ytffii n totol TlelA to at this It amacalr ONE OF The Most Novel Entertainments EVEK OFTEN IN THIS or cts SPECIAL Scata on Bale or exchange Wednesday Gonpencing November BAKGR3 CM of to WnfoMd Hoods a And the FRAKE CHORUS OF BEAUTIFUL LADIES OUR OWN ORCHESTRA GBAND 35 PEOPLE 35 Taylor Student Wednesday Saturday Normaudy or balcony 60 cents tcnl Ifry 25 50 cents children 6 kw neonry wu It I Lbtttla 1 bii sale October 31f J Sarsaparilla BOOB COi IOO FOR THE BEST aifis in WALL rV DOST Fill TO STOP IT i t PHELPSRMUPTICILIXEL Supplies of above just recelvetL HURCHILL DRUG co 31S and 321 North Main THE HIGHLAND CONDENSED MILL ABSOLUTELY PURE WITHOUT OR The HIGHLAND CONDENSED iniKMs irepared or the best cows milk accordlneto new scientific principles without any of sugar or and the only kind which Is entirely harmless oven to the most delicate It Is a natural ts nourishing qualities are superior to that ot BUKared milk or any artificial preparation foe nfanta this been so changed By our process that it will coagulate in digestive organs to a oft and readily digested like tbat ot hu man while the caselne oC sugared con tensed xnilkis onlyalittle superior to cows In oil other condensed milk you pay twenty cents per pound for For salo in Burlington by CliureMll Brn MAIN STREET PROFESSIONAL JJAIKD Dental Booms Southeast Corner ana Washington VNTKOBTO ATTOBNBY3 AT T A MONTE CO ATTOBKKT tawaXi XTBWMAN j 1 AHOBSHY8 AT IBS Jelterson Wllipraotlceln state and federal courts   

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