Burlington Hawk Eye, November 7, 1890, Page 3

Burlington Hawk Eye

November 07, 1890

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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - November 7, 1890, Burlington, Iowa 7. Good five days from date of sale. At one and one-third fare round trip, plus fifty cents admission ticket. Chicago, III., American fat s‘ock “how. November 13 to 22. Tickets on sale November 12, 14, 17, is, 19, 20 and 21. Good five days from date of sale. At one and one-third fare round trip, plus fifty cents admission ticket. Tickets on sale to all winter tourists points. No trouble to answer questions. Call at 103 Jefferson street. —Help a good cause and enjoy au evening’s entertainment by attending Merchants’ Carnival. K Worthy of Being Called Best Store in Town Requires Where it does the most good is the place to put ye If you are debating in your mind where tho place is v> j can get your answer at dollar. it, you elect tbe Large Stock Suit [or Tour Needs Requires A REMARKABLE RITE, Wantoned by a Hartington Traveler in .* (bloomy Cathedral. We regret to say that we cannot give I the name of the county and city in which the incidents related below took place, but the story is tr;ld by a young business man of Burlington and it is so remarkable and so unlike any thing in any book of travel" we have ever seen that we feel bound to give it publicity. L*ir*> in the gray dawn of the morning he entered the dark portals of a grand, gloomy cathedral. The place was already well tilled with un expectant throng but he wa,.- so for lur ate a> to obtain a station from which he could observe. ah that was going on. ll*- knew not what was to trcnspire but hah been attracted by the feeling that something unusual va-1 to take place and had been carried along by tile crows of eager worshippers. Presently adeep silence fell upon the multitude kneeling upon tho stone pavements of the church. His eyes 11y this tim*' had become accustomed to the dim light and his sens* - ricing rendered unusually acute by curiosity and the ; strangeness of ii is surroundings, i <• J missed nothing of the spectacle. It i was not long before the c! *ar note- of a j bugle sounded from a cdr high up on ' the wail farth> rst removed from rue chancel. The bugle notes startled him by their abruptness aud he had not recovered his composure when a solemn but commanding voice called out, “the G. A. R. At the command there poured out from the side chapels a body of veterans in war-worn garb and wearing the irtiiiu’s of the order in gilt upon the front of their hats. They marched with military precision but silent tread down the main aisle, out the. wide low door and were seen no mort. A pause and again the bugle bro*- th*-oppressive silence and the same voice that bali spoken bef or* called out, “tho Bishops.” In answer to the sumo or.-, ten bishops, all in church vestment- aud wearing mitres, appeared from the chapels, five from one side and five from the other. They met in the center of the nave and marched two and two with dignified steps down the aisle and out the door. Most of the worshippers remained with bowed heads a- the strange rite proceeded, but our traveler had less reverence and a great deal of curiosity, so Le gratified the latter to the utmost. At the third sound of the bug]** nearly j all heads were bent low and the voice I rolled forth—“the Athletes..’ At this command a sight appeared more wonderful than any before. Out from the chapel there poured a body of trained I athletes. Ka h was ai* Atlas, a Hercules: the muscles stood out upon their j loins, back, shoulders and arms like cord- ; ag**, and th* y moved with ■ 'n*- era •; and ease that comes with perfect pl. vsi. ai development, marched through the multitude and pas>* d two and two out th** low arched door. A fourth time the clarion nolo of the bugle broke the awfu! stillness in th** vaulted room: tin* to::**.- seemed tori"* to tile roof ami dance and jump from pillar to arch and back again; the voice from the loft again rang out aud gave the command, “the Bicyclists.” The echoes had not ceased to reverberate through tho vaulted ceiling, when out from the chapels, on noiseless wheels rolled twenty beautiful girls guiding their unstable vehicle-* with wonderful grace and skill. They paused not but glided in pairs down th** aisle making no sound upon the -month worn stones. After a short interval th** swelling tone-of the organ rose and tilled the church and the people rising from their knees crossed themselves and bent their step.-homeward. The young man who tells this wonderful tale has not been out of Burlington for several weeks and no one will suppose the scenes described were seen here: it will, perhaps, remove all eau^e for speculation when we "ay that the aforesaid young man ate freely of a wonderfully constructed and very appetizing English pudding a* the Shokoquon Club at dinner Sunday evening and the drain related above was the natural consequence. Ile offers a new hat for an interpretation thereof. Where’" a Daniel-.’ j the Goods Right. Which for Cash, Requires ism to the universal sa* of Our Trade Requires BIG STOCK OF TOP COA TS. BIG STOCK OF BOYS’ SUITS. BIG STOCK OF UN DHR WEAR. BIG STOCK OF HOSIERY AXD GLOVES. BIG STOCK OF NECKWEAR THE BEST READY-MADE GOODS IN ANY ORE HOUSE WEST OF CHICAGO hest Requisites Hic Finest Stock of Tailoring Goods in Use slat SQUARE DEALING CLOTHIERS. Iii AND IHI JEFFERSON KT RF FT I ggsag BBBB NAI M I ' A eX HELD, HA TPC Its* DRUGGISTS, 218 North Third Street, promptly and accurately tide;! standard patent medicine Pres* riptide .' int* line iii alway a oil hand Means w* ll proportioned aho. .. made of Hest Stock and to tit the foot perfectly DOG IN THE MANGER Makes a specialty of this class of goods, —Bury antipathy and trade with Andre. —Fir it-, las** tailoring atG. Woelihaf’s. —Knox. hats at Iiaab’s. —Bennett and Frantz for repairing. —Read the Churchill Drug Co.’s -‘ad”— this page. — Remember the Merchants’ Carnival to-night. —For dry goods and notions go to F. WeOi-r’s. b(>6 Jefferson street. —Til** ."teamer .John Taylor goes to Oquawka to-day and every Friday, at 7:30 a. iii. aud 3:30 p. rn. —The musical numbers rendered at Merchants' Carnival are alone worth the price of admission; bo cents. — Frank Deshon, th** favorite loinme-dian. with Baker Opera Company. — I.*el. last night, between Fourth and Fifth streets, on Market, a long-haired brindle and white St. Bernard bitch. Answers to the name of “Lady.” A reward will be paid lf returned to Gsough V*. Se ii hnk. Fifth and .Tefferson streets. «v MlUUMW tad <&U    yt*#<    Im*    *    £»    I.    «*1    'WA Inter is close at liana ana in to properly usher in the n we will offer for the next W e are now delivering r> Best Hard Coal that ever lineton. Call and see it. District Conn. Court f*onven> d at ten o'clock yesterday morning, but transacted very lilt!*-business. Defaults were granted ii * a-*** 1203. 1710 and 1711. Iii 1701 a motion for security 'or cost" wa" sustained and plaintiff given until Monday to furni h security. Court xviii convene af ten ’id--morning. CORNER Fir izes at me extraordinary low Main mot Ii Pearl rotator*. Samples cai* be seen and order" ieL at Rn odor Us grocery. North ll ll. Best potatoes in th** market. Brice -I.no per bu>hel. delivered Raised un .Judge Newman's farm. Miss J a-*. (’* « iiio-.i.n. A BAD SALOON Hnrlingt on murine* an It . Occurred at love. Or In rn ■vflf -/vi> fiSt! CGaiS aft! gbu I aud. wniu be eh-ap at $11* Bplste assortment of ail kinds left oats for man or boy at Lei iii ii relater*’ Hall, Wednesday. November .*0 Grime.-’ hall. Don't fail to attend. ANNIVERSARY EVENTS, ic. m. Washburn. Manage ANGELINE -A.LT G-E3LIIST-E ANGELINE ALSO- PHELPS' RHEUMATIC ELIXER. CHl’RCH GRACE ll. E THE RETURNS ALL IN, uarniva Supplies «.f ai* .vc* ju?t received. CHURCHILL DRUG CO 318 ani! 321 North Main Street. K GIVEN IN THIS CITY. •••;    Parquet or Balcony ..“ic I* ;    Gallery............ 25* I    Scuta on Hale or exchange Wednesday Morning. ONE WEEK. Gcmrr.encing Monday. November IO ABSOLUTELY PUREI WITHOUT SUHAR OR STARCH. rue “HIGHLAND CONDENSED MILK” is prepared of the bot cows' mi k according to new scientific principles without any addition of sugar or chemicals, and the only kind which is entirely harmless -.yen to the most delicate stomach, it is of a delicious, natural flavor, its nourishing qualities are superior to that of sugar**! milk or any artificial preparation for infants’ feeding. The caseine In this tuLk hag been so changed by our procefcsthat it will coagulate in the digestive organs to a light, soft and readily digested curd, like that of human milk, while the caseine of sugared condensed milk is only a little superior to that of fresh cow’s milk. In all other condensed mi'k you pay twenty cents per pound for sugar. For sale in Burlington by TRADE MURK And tile Favorite Comedian,FRANK DESHON. CHORUS OF BEAUTIFUL LADIES! OUR OWN ORCHESTRA! GRAND AMAZON MARCHES.>5 PEOPLE SS REPERTOIRE. Monday...................... ..    B    ccaceio Tut aday.......................  Olivette Wednesday..................... Erminie Thursday.........................ll    Hee Taylor Friday ..............................La    Mascotte lay    Beggar    Student Wednesday Matinee .....  Boccaccio Saturday Matinee.    Chimes    of    Normandy rUICF,S-Parqio-t or balcony -I cents; sral-bry lo cents. MATINEE—Adults 50 cents; chil r n 5 cents Turner Carden Washington Township CONGRESSMAN. rfI tens or Hand Use Gear. Scerley Ll th* UMI ancle.*; abd was’, taxersI of til ItiMiN. Scarcely a fealty 'J •curtly frat tram It, wha* teem ands everywhere art Its luffs ring ti atm Head* San apathia Lu Iud reirarhabic sucre** im ear'ny every term af scrofula. Th* moat severe avie relate! ruanlng sans, swflliag* va th* Mea mr goitre, humor I* the ijm, canal** Tartan •r total biicdnssi, yield ta th* powerful •ff*cta of this rn*u.I.*lc* It aereufhly re-■14t*j ererv impurity from St* bleed McFarland. Chamberlin Smith . Phelps Casey., Winner Smyth .. MAIN STREET DRUG STORE Peterson I ugh rani m GROCER CO. American I beam LA,TiT"T"r ■ ED j TODD PROFESSIONAL CARDS Scott...... Anderson W. rf. Baird, T). D. 9„ H. M. Bu.rd, J. D. d. JJAiKD BROS., L). D. 8„ Dents. Rooms Soutueaa: Corner Pourti And Washington Streets, Burlington, Iowa, Turner Cardin FOR THE BEST ^NTROBUB A Mc ARTH US, ATTORNEYS A” L Parson*' Block.    b j^A MONTE COWLES' ATTORN KY A7* ' Loam and Abstr*, ts a Room 2n Parsons’ Block.    BuGear........................................... Seerley........................................ HECRF.TARY OF STATE. McFarland.................................... 19 Chamberlin....................................>1 DISTRICT JUDGE, Smith......................................... W Phelps......................................... 5~ Casey.......................................... Bl COUNTY ATTORNEY. Winner....................................... }9 Smyth......................................... 51 CLERK OF COURTS. Peterson.......................... ........... Inghram...................................... 51 RECORDER. Scott.......................................... I? Anderson..................................... 52 SUPERVISOR. Turner........................................ o Carden........................................ 51 The Merchants’ Carnival Will be interspersed    between the    divisions with violin solos by    Miss    Wright, vocal duets by Miss    Galbreath and    Pro fessor Sheets and a    vocal    solo    by    Miss Kay Spencer. —The Baker Opera Company all ncx! week. Read the ad. M My bitt* daughter’* IJJ* wa* sat**, aa w* believe, by Hood’s Sarsaparilla. Mw ■he WM fix menthe eld the bad 7 m**t*g scrofula tore*. One physiols* ad rued fib* amputation of one of her lagan, Ie which we refused Assent. Who* we began gbrtsg her Hood’s Sarsaparilla, a marked Improvement was noticed sad by a coattailed aa* ad ll bar recovery WM complete, dad she Is maw, being seven years eld, strong sad healthy J* B. a J amt*, A’.aa. Llaeela Coaaty, Ma. Proprietors STREET. KINGTON. IAWALL PAPER, SHADES £10 RN RLI CB L. POOH. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR . 1 LA'*. Parsons’ Block, Burlington, Iowa. T. W. Newman.    W. X. Blake. T. G. Newman.    M.    C. Ii.ake. Vt EWM AN A BLAKE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. SS Jefferson Street,    Burlington,    Iowa John C, Power.    K.    9. Ii cst on DOWER ac HUSTON. \    ATTOKNRYS AI LAW, WILi practice in state and federal conn*. Professional bueinea* exclusively attended to. OfScointhe Ocnaan-A mer Scan Savings Bank buiiding, Burlington, Iowa. P. Henry Smyth.    J    arnee    1).    tenuyth. p HENRY SMYTH * SON, ATTORN8 TH AT LAW, 48fl Jefferson street.    bur    Dorton,    low Hood’s Sarsaparilla ajivi Mexican Investments “Pr-^ttTOAOES AND VENDOR’S byV,>,B0Sl)S AN1) STOCKS. f‘"    vri'V‘IIV' Httd fur resident* and iMat’prs'    vt    ars’    experience in Ojrre6[>ond<*nc*i solicited. fc' p X^St” Au3tln< Tex. P. O. Box 162. Hi ar,/!!!08' Shk-k Farms, Grain Farms, ie uations, Mineral Lands, •Ut*. 1    ,ine Agricultural Lamia for I L. *i „ Ret*REJ«CES. Ut - Governor O’ N u  ................Austin, Texas. ink is' a*yBlond OI Co., ....... DON'T FSII TO STOP RTJOHN RENNER’S. 711 JEFmSON STREET. ;

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