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Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - November 23, 1890, Burlington, Iowa STJNMY ihe Union Seen by His BMOlntion of Kansas a venera t patriotic and who theJ American flag and all it 01 has kindly sent the THE publication an article the late civil It i vision which came to ton in that dismal wln atTvaliey Forge when despair settled upon every patriotheart Washington retained 1 token lath which was heaven d which of itself wouldalmostac tbc strange vision that came to The story has added interest now RS published after the first HMril to America had passed and ike other two had Since the second the en accurately has to be in so accurately a before its occurr The lan the vision seems to picture the mrions of the world pitted against ed SUtcs hordes of armed men the that the mys boins exclaimed Son of IT jtcDiiblk tbe end of a century Sook and And he saw Ctimre so vividly described in the jSWe of this strange century may reasonably be does it the date of the last final of the despotisms of the anger they turn upon the arepulilic and in one grand aud oes combined effort seek to over Kfoif It and a popular forms of govern fog S ll ilHU ii ft Arc we upon the eve of a mighty of which the present intense dl economic policies is only iriory the financial and irkl forerunner fitting the republic its own resources to main Ju independence auu break down life list opnusltioH to free government time I ever saw Anthony Ihlndepenociico lie was then and becoming very I so his dimming eyes re rijnjled h ooked at Independence I tall shicli he said he had come to gaze more before he was gathered I now behold a heavy white vapor at some rising fold upon This gradually and I looked upon a strange Before me lay stretched out in one vast plain a the countries iu the Africa and I saw rolling and tossing between Europe aud America the billows of the and between Asia and America lay the Sou of tho said the same mysterious voice as look and learn1 At that moment I beheld a dark shadowy being like an standing rather floating in mid air between Europe and Dipping water out of the ocean in the hollow of each he sprinkled some upon America with his right while he cast upon Europe some with his Immediately a dark cloud arose from each countries and joined in mid For a while it remained aud then moved slowly westward until it enveloped America In its murky Sharp flashes of lightning now gleamed through out it acd 1 heard the smothered groans and cries of the Amer ican second time the angel dipped from the ocean and sprinkled it back as be Tho dark cloud was then drawu back to the into whoso heaving waves It sunk from A third time I heard the mysterious Son of the look and I cast my held towns and cities springing up one after until the whole land from the Pacific was dotted with Again 1 heard the mysterious voice Sou of the the end of a century aud At this the shadowy angel turned his face End from Africa I saw an illumined specter ap proaching ou It Hilled slowly and heavily over every and city of the the inhabitants of which presently set themselves in battle one against the As 1 con tinued I saw a bright on whose brow rested a crown of ou which was traced the word bearing the American which ho placed between the divided nations and said ye are the inhabitanls casting from them their became friendly ones and again I heard the mysterious voice Sou of ihe Republic the second peril CORSEtt Fourteen Hundred Students Among the Hills of lieaiitlrul rfiti time is it said he raising his eyes to the clock in the and endeavoring to shade the with a shaking h toe is it 1 cant see as I used Halfpast Conic he let us ano the want to tell you an karat of Washingtons which to one alive knows of except ail if juu you will before long see i Marl 1 am not super but you will see it Keiciinc tin visitors room in which jitacred relies of our early days are sat down upon one of the uld wooden and my raerable friend related to me the fol knting singular from lie peculiarity of our national affairs at Ike present 1 have been induced five to the 1 give it as nearly in his When Iae bold action of our congress the independence of the became known in the we were laughed and scoffed at as pre sumptuous whom British grena fc would soon tame into ta undauntedly we prepared to make sod what we had The en tenntcr and the world knows the U if easy and pleasant for those 4 the present geueratiou to talk and write of tindays of but ihey neither can they trials and sufferings of Hose fearful And there is one Jim 1 niudi aud that is that the American people do not properly ap preciate the boon of Party ipiri is yearly becoming and ate itis will at no distant undermine aud tumble into noble structure of the But lei me hasten to my the opening of the revolution w experienced all phases of good and now at one time vic and another The darkest period we had was I think when after several retreated to there he resolved to pass the winter of Ah 1 have often seen the tears iCoursini our dear old commanders care worn checks as he would be conversing with a confidential oflicer ou the condi tion of poor You have fauLfsis heard the story of Washington oiug to the tliiiket to it is am only but he used often to pray aud And 1 beheld the towns and cities of America increase in size and numbers till at last they covered ail the from Atlantic o the and their inhabitants became countless as the stars iu or as the sand on the sea Aud again I heard the mysterious voice Son of Ihe Re the end of a century look aud At this Ihe shadowed angel placed a trumpet to his and blew three distinct and taking water from the sprinkled it upon Asia and Then my eyes looked upon a fearful From each of those countries arose black which joined into and throughout this mass gleamed a red by which I saw hordes of armed moving with the marched by land and sailed by sea to which country was presently enveloped iu the As 1 dimly saw the vast armies devas tate the whole aud pillage anc burn cities and towns that 1 had beheld springing up as my ears listened to the thundering of cannons clashing of and shouts and cries of the millions in mortal 1 agaii heard the mvsterious voice Sot nf the look and When the voice had tho dark shadowy angel plaoed his trumpet ouee more to his and blew a long fear ful Insianily a liglii as from a tbousam suns shone down Irom above anc pierced and broke ito th dark clouds which enveloped America At the same moment I saw the ange whose forehead shone the wor Iful Kuii Konuiutle rful WaterfaUnCascailM mid iturlingtoii Girls UmiilpUuu of Written for The HawkEyuj I cannot tell why it but undoubted those who are even humble members of some great community lind a zost in living that the isolated seldom Cer it is so at Cornell whore fourteen hundred healthy young minds con tinually rubbing together of some frictiou and Hero wo arc up among the hills of Ithaca The very iiainu suggests a place favored by the blueeyed goddess of a shrewd Ulysses once made his home here and he has left a lasting monument of his sagacity In the university which bears his Between two beautiful parallel ranges of high the town is sothatasthpsun sinks below tEe Its rays down the main Tho eastern hill is covered with the university buildings that look down from their lordly height upon the shimmering Lake about four hundred feet belov This hill is the very steepest one in aud it is a thorn tho flesh of many a lazy Half way we pause at Wilders where the philanthropic doctor has brought the coldest water down the hill in a leaden pipe to meet our thirsty lips and cheer us onward and When the summit is with reddened cheeks aud chest inflated and lips compressed rather a re markable achievement for two talk ative we look well These hills are a continual delighl early on an autumn when mists and shifting clouds hang about them like a filmy their beauty is most un Far away to tho tho long blue line breaks aud throe isolated peaks lift their bare heads up together so thai the rising suu may crown The whole valley is now decked hi its most gorgeous colors and looks like a crazy ouilt spread out in the sunshine to leach It is so beautiful and so impres story that the hills bey are wise enough never to tell twice n just the same That and the eauiy of ihe campus grow upon us day y I cannot think that there s any stident here who dors not feel and ove the the After the the niosl characteristic latural features of Ithaca are the scientific a a a physicist a a an civilmech an a blacksml or simply a bachelor or master of of science or Cornel Is rich and has all the funds necessary to carry on its Every year new apparatus now buildings are added to its material slt evidently is well known outside the state and for there are eleven intelli gent Japanese and also many brighteyed Spaniards from various parts of of Central ant South Other foreign countries are also There are stiij dents here from all over the Unite States and pastgraduates from Y John Hopki Vai Smith and President a is affectionately lived near lington at Denmark when he was a President of Iowa was the head of the chemical departm several years Jon one side of the great mathematical Walt ana Jones gradu ated from the agricultural college at Cornell are associated with the llawkeye state The masculine student Is easily distin AS F INCIDENT Peculiar Experience of of Iowa ait Address and FreseiitK tIon oT His Portrait to Facts anil FlRnren KclBting to fraternal The brethren of Brooklyn lodge Poweshslek enjojed a pecniar but very pleasant experience Saturday even 15th in which Past Grand one of the most popular Odd Fellows in this figured as one of the leading partici On that the worthy assisted in the initiation of his aged aud his eldest just turned occupying the chair of the Past The members half expected to see him break down when it came his turn to instruct the candidates to adapt Ilia voice was borne up bravely By the brave heart grand lodge held in this city October 20th and And the pleasing of the Brooklynmembers on the occa sion referred to will be read with interest by the Odd Fellows of the state at VV r Matters Personal and GaneraD There is a sclous air about him that Is1 unmistaka Even to an unpracticed there is a worlwide difference between town and In tlie first the typi cal student usually wears a scar let one if Is never set on his head at a correct The co as a are not so easily recog They seem to have more indi at Our life is a varied We seem to touch existence on many It is pleasant to think of the opportunities that a young life and inspiring to endeavor to unfold Three times a the Varsity chimes peal forth and send their melodies down into the valley and across the The world that lies beneath is dead to him who gathers from the har monious sounds no higher realization than the passing of ihe and ho succeeded in making the Impres sion he desired upon the blood relatives before his At the close of the initiatory ceremonies and before the lodge again opened In the third Brother Holmes asked and obtained per mission to say a few when he ad dressed the lodge as follows MY BKOTHEIIS After haviue ex amined the constitution and bylaws un der which you were familiar ized myself with the principles of the noble order to which you and been duly elected to I pre sented on the night of and was then and there initiated into aud made acquainted with the work of this Having con JESUS upon and who bore our nalioaal fla in unc a sword in the de scended from attended by legions of bright These immediately joined the inhabitants of who 1 perceived were well nigh bin who immediately taking courage again closed up their broken ranksacd renewed the Again amid fearful noise of Ihe 1 heard Ibe mysterious voice Son of ihe look and the voiie the shadowy angel for the last dipped water from Ihe ocean and sprinkled il upon Instantlv the dark cloud rolled together with the armies it had leaving the inhabitanls or the laud Then once more I beheld the and cities wringing up where they had been while the bright angel planting the azure standard ho had brought in the of cried in loud voice to the in While the stars remain and the heavens scud down dews upon the so long shall the republic last And taking from his crow on which still blazed the word Umo ho placed It upon the standard while the people kneeling down Amen The scene instantly began to fade wild and through which he thunderous waters Wlthii ten miles of us there are a hundred am ifty the most insignificant o which would rival liurlingtou Between two half a mile apart the university grounds are located Through the first which a pretty iron bridge the Cascadilla creek rushes In swollen by th autumn The sides of the gorg are ivyhung aud mossgrown and th depths thickly IJoyoud this tho pretty houses of pro fessors and fraternities peer out from among the Further ou the state buildings of the university rise 1 yond ihe a low brie building of Doric Sage co leae Here most of the coeds although there are also many gi 3t is a very hand some to which are joined con servatories where palms and orchards and rare tlowers have a A new made of while is now in process of It will be one of the largest and Gnest structures of its It is pierced with innumerable win dows that all look lakewards and a great square tower which they say will be twiee the height of the building is rap idly rising at one The smallest and one of the prettiest buildings on the is the chape where every the best speakers ill Written Tor Tlie LESSON enuilixloi of Ihe is plwiod over the f Iho imilcftletor c were Christ to save One of Iho imilcftletors rails on him it hiiiiEtlC and t 1 he tlier thief rebukes this one md applies to esus for which is grunted liy Ihe rnmise of to B ocloek viiSBOlar dnrins which time tlie emple veil At the end of the darkness esus commends his spirit to tied the lie centurion alarmed at the commotion in naterial nature declares Jesus a rixhteous The crueifiers of Christ thought that they would help their cause by putting a known thief on each side of but they oniy succeeded to number Him among the transgressors he wasnt They could not soil the pure name of the sidered the matter fully beforehand and being so far as my limited knowledge to do my I attended your meetings regularly and assisted to the best of my in your efforts to promote the harmony and welfare of the and through the good of tho And lieins appointed by the Noble Grand at the installation following my to a subordinate I served therein until I was elected Through your kind I was elected to till the chair of Vice Grand during the Km term in and presided over you as Noble Grand during the term With my service with my appreciation of and love for the order and having been advanced and exalted in Brooklyn in I commenced attending the Grand Lodge and Grand Encampment of this jurisdic and have been present at every session of those bodies except one since that The same kindness that characterized your treatment of me here at was AnniverAury of tho Beginning many years ago the 2Tthday of the anniversary of the An cient Order of United has been celebrated on recurrence in hundreds of lodge It is a good and these yearly celebrations should be kept up as long as On the 27th day of John Jor ilan Upchurch and thirteen others organ ized the Ancient Order Uriitcd Work ot thegreatestfraternalsoci eties which the world has ever known society which has grown from a bakers dozen iu 1SBS to a membership of over in It has contributed to the relief of widows and orphans deceased members and un counted thousands Imve been expended in charities outside of the And the or der is twentytwo years There are plenty ot celebrating its birth forget The two Dakotas on June 1 had mem bership and during the made a gnin ot which places them at They had no assessment for which was very encouraging for the baby and will enable them to more easily uld new recruits to their growing On July I there members re ported in good This shows a gain for the month of June of Kansas is tlie banner state on increase of membership for tlie montli show ing a net gain oE Nebraska comes next witli and Massachusetts third with Nevadagained Minnesota 120 and Missouri Texas shows a gain ot 57 and Indiana made an increase ot California and Georgia Bhow while those states not men tioned have credit ot small Tlie Dunnell Apportionment for Post olllce Meredith mitt There can be 3 scant room lor There eent necessity for an appio priationlto secure the In order that the department mav Captain chief of engraving and printing contend witn than anrothero national His deallng VJMIU no doubt of the immediate consideration of the Dunnell apportionment when congress Under the bill prepared and which will be the republican states will have increased representation in the next house and In the presidential electoral while nearly all of the confederate states will have decreased Tnere has been phenomenal growth In the pop ulation of northern states and almost absolute standstill In several ot the con federate Under the old appor tionment of 1SSO the northern states have been suffering by lack of full rep and the contrary has been true in the confederate states where ex cessive representation has The new apportionment bill will correct these errors and political The republican members of the KNIGHTS OF no matter gainst About this part of the was attested by the presentation rucifying work the spikes were driven to by my Deputies and t hrough the hands and and so lie as I left the executive chair of the Grand how much slime was There is a selfpurifying power in Disgraceful surround ings do not fasten disgrace on The Deity in Christ began to show in proportion to the cruelty of the work agaii ci through prays to the Father for his murderers for forgiveness because they know not what they Moral darkness is a basis for He that knoweth his Mas ters will and doeth It not is beaten with many But ignorance is not Ignorant guilt requires pardon But he that knoweth not his Masters will is beaten with few Jesus prayed for forgiveness because they were but igno rance needed Sins of igno rance are neverthe less And sin it is a The man who re mains uneducated when he may have schooling is not a guiltless The man who continues to walk in dark shown me by the brethren of the state at large and after passing through all the gradations leading I served as Grand in and as Grand Master in That my administra tion was acceptable to tho brethren of beyond my most sanguine expec the country hold forth to the student The man ness in the midst of light is a guilty Lodge at the session In of the beautiful jewel which I wear to Never can I forget their kind ness and as expressed on that occasion by our honored Iast Grand Master Past Grand lohn Van for whom our char ter and emblems are now draped in 1 had heard Brother Van Valkenburg speak at various times and but never before had I heard him express the sentiments peculiar to Odd so eloquently and feelingly as on that In his our order has lost a member whose large heart beat in sympathy with and whose tongue and pen have given to and to the some of the grand Condition of tliw Order as Shown tt the Supreme At the recent session of the supreme lodge at Milwaukee the membership on was reported subor dinate aggregate nmunnc in treasuries of grand in treasuries subordinate paid for relief during in hands of supreme master of aggregate unfform June di with a of 2SO new divisions during the Supreme officers elected George of Wisconsin vice of Kansas Eli of California master of ex ot Delaware keeper of records ami ot Cali fornia secretary of of Illinois inner j ot Iowa outer District of Supreme Representative James Bray ot has been a repre sentative to the supreme lodge since and is chairman of the committee on The banner ot Pytuianism will soon be planted inthe as i Jodge ot tlie order is now being organised at New South The charter lias been forwarded by the supreme lodge for the sixtk lodge in the Iiiis will entitle them to a grand Wisconsin has a membership ot may safely calculate on additional in the next rn national farmers alliance are looking to ward your Uncle Jerry and whis pering among themselves about his avail ability in The fact isthoy couldn t do and the republican party might do a great deal worse than to stand by the efficient secretary of Events have demonstrated again and again his exceptional ability as an ex ecutive lie is a plain man of the plain makes no pretensions to greatness nor is always ap and no ilunkeys stand at his door to keep the American people away when they come to call upon There is no doubt that the farmers alliance will have considerable to say in and if they want to support Jeremiah Eusk for the there isnt a republi can in the land will be displeased with their I can feel ireer and more like an American citizen under the roof oi the department of agriculture than in any other of the executive de partments at and every body feels thaway who calls Secretary Kusk does not screen himself from the public and keep visitors out m the as it chilled by a frigid He can be seen here just as eether with subordinates who labor organizations and who to compel compliance with their in all Captain Meredith been a printer all his has been foreg man of several of the best newspapers the and was president of Chicago Press He has member of typographical unions twenty years and believes in Banized But while friendly labor he is m let subordinates manage his burean through their at the behest of their assembly Consequently all the worst lowest orders of intelligence in the I assemblies the meanest type of seem to have banded together to harass and misrepresent iSen theless he continues the even tenor his and is a successful Is likeable tiemanVand a thoroughly domestic maiv being devotedly attached to his and While gentlemn in life here in the legislative a well as executive branh of the y spend their evenings card In pool or looking npon when it is Meredith an honorable home All energies are devoted to thfi ment ofthecreat but when i leaves theoflice in the evening it is to zo to his and leave oflicial cares behind Hs annual report sbowsa wonderful amount of work accomplished one of the most notable Items being tae completion and delivery of sheets of United States gold and U reception he can be seen on his farm at Has tea srone up fifteen cents per pound inquired a customer of a well known grocer on F tea has not gone up one single cent was the Thats what I told my She went to a corner grocery near my house to get some tea because I had forgotten to send it up in the regular and that grocer charged her fifteen cents ex tra per and told her It was on ac count of the MeKinley Truth makes no difference to a demo cratic storekeeper so long as he can make money by and help his party too The MeKinley bill is not but the people wilt come to see it aright very and they will wonder that they ever allowed themselves to be frightened by a It is very evident from the conduct of est creations ot which our language is the soldiers and Jewish rulers at the cru cifision that they were and there fore uneasy They thought KNIGHTS OF Slaving been elected as one of the rep resentatives from the Grand Encamp JTheyare one hundred ry tering the a They talked the iross and admitted that he fore i thev were satisfied to let Jesus be put to ment of Iowa to the Sovereign Grand delth as a but yet until the for the previous to oeatll as a i nr mv form nf service as lars per Sunday so that we best they have to give and usually re ceive Adjoining the is a chamber of Gothic style where the figures of the benefactors of the uni meirj the expiration of my term of service as Grand and being prevented from attending the session at in on account of the terrible in September of that year de stroyed so large a portion of painted on the versity are Here two recumbent figures sculptured by some One represents uell in a position saved and they seemed to desire that he should relieve their uneasiness I by just breaking miraculously away from marble the nails of the And the thieves Roman were in the same One of them blamed that he were the Christ thSS with Vast Grand 1 ful I was and repre I the nails of the And the thieves sented on Ezra Cor that seems r Grand Encampment with our esteemed Past Grand Herman at the session In in and at Los Otliciiil Statistics lor in New From tlie anniversary number of the oflicial ocrtM are the following statistics Tlie increase oC llic year 1SS9 in membership was iaainonnc of insur in rereived for as in death lierietits in 50 in nvenigi rccjipts on each in average re ceipts per in payments per iu ratio at 35 average amount paid per ly each average death race for 12 mortality at the srasous 72 7i7 GUT deaths during 332 ill 5S2 average new liahnty per average amoim of average M years 6 months 20 Membership statement for July Initia suspensions imd net S49 new ccrtilicates 7S1 new 9 bisurance and The prediction in these columns that there would be an avalanche of abuse of Blaine has come to Is early every defeated republican candidate now com ing back to this city says Blaine did it and they add a few occasional cuss The great man from Maine has withstood many a and be will probably weather this Neverthe he will have his hands full in trying to mollify so many fellows who will go from here nest spring to all points of the compass tell all their friends that did unless the magnetic statesman be able to convince them that they are suffering from their own folly aud not from his wisdom and One of the most important matters pending before congress and should be settled without further delay the proposed extension and improve ment of the postofllce department bund ing The edifice now occupied by the postmaster his assistants and other subordinates in the postal service is almost disgracefully inadequate to the needs of the constantly and rapidly tier his as sheets of internal revenue and customs sheets of certificates The amount and quality of worK performed are slightly indicated by the above The resignation of private secretary to the secretary of agri culture has been tendered and accepted with This resignation was pre dicted in those colums three months Mr LaDow has resigned to go into pri vate solely because the salary of his commissioner and secretary for thirteen and was one uf the most valuable officials in the growing depart ment The government did not appre ciate his as they would have been appreciated by any private business lirm and LaDow lie is one of tha most aetic and faithful official ever employed in any department of the tlis place cannot be readily Be sides being possessed of superior execu tive he is an expert telegraph mechanical zenius and It is to be regretted that such men cannot he amply Compensated and retained in the public Congressman Carter and Congressman elec of both went to the territory of Montana from the state of and from ther same part of that nate Carter went from Burlington and Dixon from Car ter is a while his recently elected successor is a They 11 are vtrv warm personal and remarkable Dixon will need however to bestir himself if he de sires to make as creditable a congres sional record as Carter has SHITH How Severe Colds Broken Up to Mon From the Virginia City When we find a medicine we know to possess genuine we consider it duty and we take pleasure In telling the public what is Such a medicine we found Chamberlains Cough last winter when la grippe We are satisfied that we warded of sev eral attacks that were threatening by the use of this and we have since re in a few hours severe in the course of two or three en tirely broken them up by its as have several of our friends to whom we have recommended Itis all that it is resented to be by the IT uijf K 1 and and I at last saw nothing but the curliuz white vapor 1 had This also disappearing strangelv out of keeping with a man so active and Tho other ngure is that of exPresident Whites dead Wlfeis so beautiful iu its pure tran quility that J could look at It for There is a sweet calm smile on her face and a dimple on her cheek and her slender folded hands are like those of Leonardo da Vincis Nona At the lower the campus broadens into a field most advantageous for ini poral because lie claimed I question now so prominently Detore our promptu rushes or football games and now they asked of simple and in meeting brothers from the pleasant afternoon one may And jurisdictloas during my to the cross as a te fast to 1ne erassou at first 10 in secret for aid and comfort from that Col the interposition of whose divine providence alone brought us safely through those dark days of One 1 remember it tho cMlij wind whistled through the leafless though the sky was cloudless and the sun shining remained his ijuarters nearly all the afternoon When he came I noticed lint liis face was a shade paler than aud that there seemed to be some Wiig on his mind of more than ordinary Returning just after he dispatched an orderly to the quarters the oflicer I who was pres ntlj in After a prelimin conversation which lasted sgme half Washington gazing upon his companion with lhat strange look of dig which he conicl said to we latter I donotkuow whetueritwasowingto ftc anxiety of my mind or but this Afternoon as 1 was sitting at this very taWe engaged in preparing a something in the department seemed to disturb Looking up 1 standing exactly opposite a singu Mj bnautiful So astonished as I had given a strict orders not to bo it was some moments before I found language to in Wire the cause of her A and even fourth time did 1 repeat the but received no answer from my mysterious visitor other Uiau a slight raising of her By this Jlme I Iclt a stranzo sensation spread through 1 would have riveted gaze of the being before me rendered volition I essayed once more to address rat my tongue had become 4 new ir took possession of All I could do was to gaze at my unknown Gradually tho surrounding atmosphere seemed as Wiough being filled with and Stew Everything about me appeared to the mysterious visitor erself becoming more and yet even more distinct to my sight than be l now began to feel as one w rather to experience the sensa tions which I have sometimes imagined accompany I did not alike I was only con scious of gazing at my a rs 1 found myself gazing once nponmj said have seen is thus will come upon the republic The three For they the brightest of our members the great so prominently before our any see a group about like mad ing rubber all that one can see is a snarl of legs and arms clad in those hideous foolball suits u n tuiatiiv tn a I of boys rushing after an uninterest I should say humanity the evidence of Tne darkness of nature was a fit symbol of several jurisdictions brief period of I had learned to the moral iy respect and love for their unselfish ad readinc the account of the I vocacy of the principles of be struck with the truth and yon perils that could transform a beauty to a this seems to be one of the necessary accompaniments of a young ans college and to bo Just it not only infrequently happens that a youth who is known as a Greek and Latin fiend the technical term for ords the figure I one who knows everything that he ought Wry ny seat and felt that I to know distinguishes himself alo a n Will Uc StlUttV mu uiiu ven of the worldly triumph and will pardon I am for what may J fn US tograph of the actual scene abou the suffering ana seem egotism on my part iu sketching as tQ6 honors that have come to And yet how great a 1iu ifer mechanic my concluded the yen How we nc that was subordinate i Fullyconsciousof whose steadfast friendship and loyalty j have enabled me to advance in our I desire to present to you this portrait then hidden handing to the warden a nicely framed LUtn niuuuu j fio trical engineering is a we wordsTheard I pathleads down to the edge of ano her America imnre made by Ball Jiiack rocks form a high wall on strenrtb either Four falls are formed here one above other aud the whole is ca led Sibley college utilizes the water power here drive It is the counterfeit i to one the lessons and of the obligations marks divine God elves the I taken in your within this mys JesusMessiahship even he has been enabled to com from s his own was born in many that within them Jionvar t TDe of limueu looie oven theAcross wonders more fully than he otherwise From thn the Fatherhood of and the Brotherhood of Man to call you broOicrs and to consider you as and to real ize more fully as the years go the great anil growing influence for good that is being exerted upon mankind by our throughout the extensive field of our I ask you to accept this gift in the spirit in which it is as a In small of the obligations the giver eels himself under to you and as your eyes rest pon that whatever faults le may and they are as no the were treading upon encircling heavens on the last afternoon ofTesus human life there evidence of omnipotence in We crepe the entrance to the home and store in when a member departs this life ace o the blackness of darkness of the crime that extorted from the Son of God the expiring My my why hast thou forsaken uttered by Him who bore our sins In His own body ou the ihe steel tablismng where and all o perhaps ere broad and lib I heard a voice saying the same my visitor ec run via Washington best and most or academical 01 and learn the a a California Pulman tourist sleeping car excursions to California and Pacific Coast points leave Chicago every Kansas City every via the Sante Fe Ticket rate from Chicago from Kansas City sleeping car rate from Chicago per double from Kansas City per double berth Everything furnished except meals These excursions are personally con ducted by experienced excursion man who accompany parties to destlna For excursion folder containing full map folder and tim table of the Sante Fe route and resen ing of sleeping car address M 130 4th Des ne realizes more fully than that ils heart ever has and ever will rue to and to the glorious principles of our beloved The address was received with marked favor by the brethren and when the odge reopened in the handsome jortrait was unanimously accepted by a rising vote and ordered hung upon the wall above the of the Past whence the voice of the kindly donor has so often been heard in the years gone by let us will con tinue to be heard for many years to Members of the order in Burling Madison and elsewhere in this section of the state will appreciate the eloquent ratniniscences of Van recently in cluded in the The offices of Grand Patriarch and Grand Master of the jurisdiction of Iowa were never more acceptably filled than during the incumbency of Brother who presided at the session of setts reservation is u gain of the smallest for many great Tho Daughters of Pocahontas now number a gain ot Tha coimcil fires of Qve new tribes have been kindled and four new councils Great Keeper of Wampum William Idtchman reports a balance on hand at the beginning oE the great sun ot total The totiil expenses ot tbo great sun was which included S2 S39 OG for printing and SSBS03 for for tor salary ami office for oflicial visits uid groat chiefsj contingent and traveling for great great chiefs council and and cellaneous leaving the bal ance on hand The raems fund amounts to The petition for iuchieftuins league in is Ixang signed by a lurgu number ot the members of the tribes in that American XegioiL of 2L Past Supreme Commander Jacob Kob who died notions ago in PhHacleJjdiip was prominent in as well as in many other He joined the Amevi can Legion ot Honor in 1S79 tntl was ap pointed a He instituted twenty two councils during the following fou Marcli ho assisted in or tho grand council of Pennsylva nia and was elected past grand command er and the first representative to tho supreme At the first session the supreme council he was elected supreme vice and at the animal session the supreme held he was elected supreme com During the f year he in stituted 350 new anil tfa meaiber ship increased from to 910O The readers of TUB HAWKEYE will be the the postoffice departm had a peculiar The first home of the postmaster gen eral was in a large frame building one block west of the present and in two rooms of that frame house all the nostal business of the country was man aged and The postmaster gen eral was not then a cabinet but Bather an attache of the interior de although never officially so From the frame in 179S the department was moved to a brick house midway between the interior and treasury departments where a large seven story marble business block now From this point the department was carted to a suite of rooms in the old navy department building on Seven teenth and there it remained un til the year In the meantime a gentleman named whose father had owned nearly 11 the ground upon which the capitol o oday is associated with himself a hotel man named and together hey built a long twostory brick which was intended to be the model hotel of the national It would loos like a very cheap attempt at hotel building n the present but in that era it was considered an enterprising However the city and surroundings were such that the hotel venture proved a and the hotelwas disposed of by Vnr bv for the home is Orchard City It has been tried thousands of times and always given good The El Paso JS FOIIT iu railroad history has any road improved its passenger in so marked at as has the Texas and under the able management oi First class passenger coaches and elegant Pullman palace run daily over the truly short line between the east and tho The Texas and 1icilicbegins at Texas and its western terminus is El Vaso on the border line the United States and Old To those desiring quick close and all the comforts and convene ience of travel to points in or em route to Xew the home of the Mardi no line offers better trans portation than the Texas and lacine Any information desired will be ly and cheerfully furnished by to a dre Pennsylvania has unions and at pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able care in all its and that is Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical Catarrh being a constitu tional requires constitutional Halls Catarrh Cure is Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the thereby destroying the foundation of the and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and as sisting nature in doing its The proprietors have so much faith In its cur ative that they offer One Hun dred Dollars for any case that it fails to Send for list of CHENEY by and the lucky fellows who it sold it to the government for 000 Congress made an appropria tion for the payment of this money in 1S1O and the Klodgett house became the postoffice and the growing records and official papers as well as dig nity of the were carted down to seventh there to remain for sev eral It is a part of the record of the department that when the capi tol was burned by the British invaders in the congress met in this hotel building crowding the postoffice depart ment again into two small Nu erous laws were enacted in that In sometime tn the building took fire at night and was burned to the Nearly all of the official documents were noth ing but the payroll and records of ac counts with employs being At the time the patent office which had a near the was completely papers and The fire Is still referred toby gray haired men as the most terrific conflagration that ever occurred the Its result was again put the postoffice department on wheels and carry it to other Its ISxcellent Command to public approval the lornia liquid fruit remedy Syrup of It is pleasing to the and to the tas and by acting gently on the Mdneys liver and It cleanses the thereby promoting the and We want your trade anS we will do the right thing by On It yon want any a an a some warm see what we THE and do for la fine sample neck we Sample Hat Honey Can Be Made by looking through the great stocky clothing at the Schier They not only have jnst what in heavy weight meet any The government found a temporary home for itsjostal affairs on Pennsyl vania avenue in a large edifice which is well known asAVillards Here the department remained until 134S when It was again carted down the street toils present During the abode of the department at Willards the government had purchased an entire block of ground and erected upon it a marble building which is and was believed to commodious enough ior a It cost and ctnnot now be indicated for less thaa to day Besides the upon the ad iotaing which is the addiaooal buildingcannot be purchased for less than The employes of the sixtfauditor of the treasnrr have Tea Sets Tea Sets Tea i Special sale in tea pfecj lor three at that 20 and 204 Jefferson Biickt Celebrated staves are generally best in the See af TJie Bent flour in the home market is Sold by all the bpme So It you want you will find a numberSo bargains at m the upper portion at the Pears soap secures a beautiful Everybody t try 1 Jefferson and I
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