Eldora Ledger, March 30, 1893

Eldora Ledger

March 30, 1893

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Eldora Ledger (Newspaper) - March 30, 1893, Eldora, Iowa Entered at the Efdora PostOffice ns seeondolnss VOLUME HAEDIN MARCH Time Table in Effect May leave Abbott Crossing as follows GOING 12 21 m Express 03 P 2 07 m m GOING 1faU60 12 11 m Expresses 8 48 m Freight Freight 68 m 02 and 68 run stops on signal IOWA CENTRAL TRAINS LEAVE SOUTH AND Dally for Louis and Kansas Olty except lor Olty m except lor Kansas Olty a m Peorla except a m Local to Mnrshalltown p in Local to Given a m WEST AND Dally to Paul and Minne apolis a m except to a m Mason City 02 p m Local to Mason City 12 03 p m Train 0 makes connections at Oskoloosa for Trains 12 All other trains dally except Afl above trains carry passengers when pro vided with Truffle General IOWA TIME TADLB Takes effect SOUTH AND WEST Leaves 10 00 m NORTH AND 1135 m SOUTH AND 5 45 m BUSINESS A Onice oier Nuekolls1 Jewelry A Molrs Will practice in all Omco In 1orter HUFF If Hoops Dome Will vou accept my seat he And ho smiled a little When the lady in tho hoops but did not Too well he understood the And his smile her furry Unless two men should offer seals The fair one had to North Flight of an March 21 a Chicago traveling man representing tho Deering had a memorable experience between Yountsville and Alamo Thursday He was riding through the blinding rain about S accom panied by William Sheetz of Craw Suddenly a bright and blinding light broke through the woods on the similar in brilliancy to that of a burning Before the startled men grasped an idea there shot over them a huge ball of white fire with a rush like that of a mammoth From tiiis huge ball of blaxiug light smaller balls continuously broke off and exploded with a noise similar to a rattling discharge of mus The great ball shot toward the earth at an angle of perhaps lo degrees and before they realized it it struck in about the middle of tho There was an explosion resembling that of a cannon and at Qtice all was inky dark The horses crouched to the paralyzed with feav and The men clutched each other and started into the seeing but shaking with Then gradual ly they were able to distinguish each Tho the men were surrounded by a bank of suffocat ing The horses were urged forward and Yoitntsville was reachetl before a word was Yesterday morning ti party from Crawfordsville satisfied that au ivrolito had vis ited the A large beech tree in the middle of the Held was found will a furrow cut in it a foot but no hole in the ground was It had probably been obliterated by the heavy A systematic search wil DO made for the valuable All Wanderers Not Hedriek Sixteen years ago Shock disap peared from between two It soon transpired that he was overwhelmingly in The Shock family was and still is a prominnnt one in the and his iiylig nant at his determined to ring him but no trace could bo Recently a travolstaincil bronzed by a southern nino to It was Theodore Ho employed a called a Cfrcuit Clork Ben Johnson and to pay oft the Aggregating several thousand fast ns these all of them cllow with were passed upon by ho Shock would pay them All of his pockets seemed to he illcd with Ho asked no qucs ions and would answer When ho last judgment was satisfied he dc jartod as quietly as ho came and no no knew that ho was there till lio hnd Shocks homo ia believed to be n South H County 1rautlcu in all tho JVllbul 1IUJI i cnst side ot Eldora LOAN AND ABSTRACT Money to lonu nt ft low rato of Inter Reliable Abstracts of THIo Keconl tag flgent for ten lead ing Insurance O IFF10K Korth of Dames two hlocks west of liavies PHYSICIAN Ofllce at Resi second door east of MOBSE7 8V1WKOK Olllce South siilo of second door west of LILY DALE O IFFICE In Hardln County Hank El Iowa KING PHYSICIANS Homeopathic Physician Oeth Physician and Ofllco over City State Where to OP every Lords day at usual Sundayschool 10 1raycr Thursday Publlo cordially FIRST BAPTIST Burvlces Sunday it and Sunday school DaptlBt Prayer mooting on Thursday ovenliic Covenant meeting Saturday before lint Sunday each month at lloburt Pastor HESBYTERIAN OHUUClIUcgnlar service each Sunday at 11 on ono Sunday and At 7 the next Sundayschool at 13 Christian Endeavor at Prayer on Wednesday at 7 ale CURST CONGREGATIONAL CHUUCHSun JT day services 11 and 7 W Sunday Junior Endeavor Christian Kndevaor Prayer eorvleo Thursday Mvarts FIRST OHUHCHSoutheast corner of Sundayschool T 1reaching services 11 and 7 Kpworth Leaguo services at fl in south room of Class meeting at In north room ot class Prayer meeting Thursday 7 Tonaoh of these the public Is cordially Where Lodges are KOF meet at their hall on every Friday meet at their A hall on Saturday evening each Vis iting brothers cordially Morris A AND meet at their hall every Wednesday eve Transient comrades are Boy John B AND MEvergreon t meet at their hall on first Tuesday first Wednesday on or before full moon of each at their hnll over Ellsworths drug stoiu on the second and fourth Mon days In each Vlsltlnp brothers given a cordial invitation to Buolmor meet at their hall ovary Wednesday Tran fllent comrades are Com Queer twenty years ago John S nous was lishing and a man near him cpt annoying him by throwing stones nto tho This made Symon angry and he warned him to desist ot would kill the think ing Symons would not carry out his rash tho man continued to throw stones near the Suddenly Symons drew a revolver and shot the man lie was tried andsontcnooi to twenty years in tho Anamosa noni His time is about to expire and he docs not want to leave the pen He has become attached to the place aud the lie lias no relatives and dreads tho idea of going out intotho world His conduc while in prison has been of the vorj best and the oflicials all with Ho should be given a job o some kind at the prison and allowcc to Tho Thin Womans Ron York There is a curious little bit of erro attending the present style of dress It is the era of the wellclevelopec and so the slender to be well up in the race with her large has taken to wearing her clothe very This is one of the mis takes that thoughtless people are liabl to fall and an unfortunate one i is for the woman who does She no only fails to produce the effect desired but often spoils the making of n gooc In all but extreme warm she may wear a thick jacke of or some equally porou and have her dresses fltte over In shirred waists folded belts and loose sashes ar quite the and will fill out an round out even the most angular flgure There was never a time when the slen der woman has such pro vided she uses her opportunities judic Puffed shoulders hide all ab rupt ruchings fill out un occupied short jacket fronts and draperies of all sorts make round outlines where there is a lament able lack In natures and while tho plump and welldeveloped girl her thin and slender sister has all the possibilities at her if she understands the inspired art of putting on clothes to the best eini reveal in dain tiness that the other must handle with the utmost caution of gaze longingly upon from A Kindly The woman with a loving re marks a Is sure to look on tho brightest sido of life and by her example induce others to do Sho sees a good reason for all tho unwel come events which others call bad Sho believes in silver and likes to point thorn out to A week of an avalanche of unexpected even an unbecoming have no pfowor to disturb tho deep calm of her It is she who con quers tho grim old unolo and dyspeptic Tho crossost baby roaches out its arms to her and is Old people and always ask tho way of her in tho crowded Her gentle spirit helps to see tho reason for every sinners misstep and con dones ovovy Sho might not servo with acceptance on tho judges but she is a very agreeable person to Home flrst otheq things afterward Tho 13uora IJour 3s as good as the best Try i t and be Eneumatism Quickly Three days is a very short time ii which to cure a bad case of rheumatism tut it can be if the proper treat meiit is ns will be seen by th following from James of I was badly nfllictt with rheumatism in the hips and legs when boughta bottle ol Chamberlain Pain It cured me in three days I am all and would insist o every one who is afflicted with Urn terrible disease to use Chamberlain Pain Balm and get well at f cent bottles for sale by Tho Wiucheste Pharmacy nnd drug Wants to bo a A writer in tho Hichland Clario gets poetical in his desire to become tiller of tho provided things com his He sings I would bo a if my wife would only and chop tho wood and milk tho and harness up tho Id lot her spado the tho pumpkin Narrow Two hunters named Edwards and of while out huut ig in a boat Saturday on the roko their sculling oar and were car led over the mill which was run ing a the river being badly wollen by a They saved their ives by jumping from tho boat nnd wimining to a I ugo cako of ice traudod on a rock in vhere they remained some hours in heir frozen clothes before being res They lost their George of and Will of uid a similar experience on the Wap sie at its junction with tho hoy being upset by a tree top and floating and swimming a half milo town the succeeded in getting a tree where they remained several lours before being THE FEROCIOUS was and on some raro occasions when tho weather was quito she could wood tho onion bod and hoc tho garden Sho could take tho eggs to and to guard against a she could pack thorn in a buskot and bring mo back tho I would bo a not that I like the but it would bo so jolly for my wife to hoe and If she would build the what a our farm would bo a our hap piness lot mo bo a farmer and never more Ill roam a man thats blessed with such a wife will always stay at Cholerine in had an epi demic of as our physicians called in this place lately aud I made a great lilt with Chamberlains Cholera and Dlarrhaja I sold four dozen bottles of it in one week and have since sold nearly n This remedy did the work and was a big advertisement for Several persons who had been troubled with diarrhraa for two or three weeks were cured by u few doses of this 25 and 00 cent bottles for sale by The Winchester rimrmacy and drug h Rheumatism knocked higher than a Mineral deposes aud says I have used Salvation Oil for and in one or two applications knocked it richer than a An Awful Cloak That was a terrible thing about wasnt UP While his wife was talking to tho dressmaker ho com mitted suicide in tuo next Phow Have they found out tho cause It is supposed that ho hoard what tho dressmaker Itcli on human and homes and all animals cured in thirty minutes by Woolfords Sanitary This never Sold by Winchester Children Cry for Pitchers Very Small Animal But a Groat A Question for Murshalltown It must bo admitted that the standard of in ale has advanced during tho last twehtylivo For any resident of an Iowa or has in mind several young men of his who in his opinion arc young men without the blemish of lut r how many can you count up On tho other hand how many young men enter your homo every week that you have the best reasons for supposing associate between times with women they them selves dare not recognize And doos your worthy do you bar the door of your homo when young Snipes calls to spend the evening with your oven if you know the rich young painted tho town red during his last to Chicago Considers it a household ac centuates his opinion thus I luivo used Lulls Cough Syrup in my family for tho lust night yours and con aider U a household Mis Brilliant Detroit IYiui it pays to ho real Some years agb a Detroit hoy found u plnco to earn a week in a shoo One day a lady came in looking for old shoos to give to some charity or Have you any shoes she inquired of the fresh young ho responded wiih supremo confidence and a Wo have no kind hand Youll lind the glove store around the toils her fully a minuteto calch on and when silio did she was so indig nant that tho boss bounced tho boy and now ho is a reporter on a newspaper at a princely Strength and If you nro not fooling strong and try If hi grippe 1ms loft you weak imd use Electric This rumudv acts directly on tho anil kid gently aiding thoso organs to per form their If you tiro ulHio led with sick you will lind speedy and permanent relief by taking Electric One trial will con vince you that this is tho remedy you Largo bottles only at Hammonds drug An Old Calor of recently celebrated his ninetieth birth Ho is undoubtedly tho oldest editor in tho country and 1ms but re cently retired from activo His career as an editor commenced with tho old Salem Gazette in 1817 and lie was its chief for sixtylive La During tho prevalence of tho Grippe tho past season it was a notiooahlo fact that thoso who depended upon Kings Now not only had a speedy but escaped all of tho troublesome after ouocts of Hie mal This remedy seoins to have a peculiar power in eHocuug rapid not only in cases of but in all diseases of chest and and has cured oasos of asthma and liny foyer of long Try it and ho It wont Free trial bottles at Hammonds drug Mothoro Wo are acquainted with many others in Centervlllo who would nob bo with out Chamberlains Cough llnmecly in the house for a good many times its and are recommending It every From personal experience we can say that it has broken up bad colds for our timttl Da Sl cent bottles for sale by The Winchester Pharmacy and It Is Claimed by Zoologists Accord In j to Its This Underground ttorltor Is tho Snvngo of tlio What is tho flcrccst animal in the world asked a Washington Star writer of a The he You arc but in my is tho People ordinarily look tho mole as a sluggish and harmless spending Us life in groping blindly As usxial the pop ular idea is a mistaken The mole is in reality the most ferocious and most active of Imagine it fnagnificd to the size of a tiger and you would have a more terrible beast than tho world has yet Though with defective powers of vision and there fore incapable of following its prey by it would be agile beyond concep springing this way and that as it went leaping with lightning quickness upon any creature which it rending it to pieces in a devouring the yet warm and blooding1 nosh and instantly with hun ger for a fresh This creature without de vour a serpent twenty feet in and so tremendous would be its voraei ty that it would cat twenty or thirty such snakes tho course oC a With one grasp of its teeth anil a single clutch of its claws it could disembowel an and if it should hnppon to enter a fold sheep or an inelosurc of cattle it would kill them all for the mere lust of Let two such animals meet and how terrific would he thu battle Four is a feeling which the mole seems never to In conflict with an adver sary of its own kind its oflorts arc ex clusively directed to injurinjjits op without regard for its own pro An examination of tho Kkel etouof a mole will ronay your so wonderful its adaptation of struc ture to its manner of It looks like a veritable machine for and it hns several accessory bones which arc not found in any other liviiiff heiiiff discovered only m cvrtiuu fossil The molo is giitod with incredible It thu earth worms on which it chiefly with an energy that is when it has caught it devours the proy like a rending it with its powerful claws and Ojujisioiially it will capture a bird and tear it into frag devouring oaffcrly blcudi During the latter part of Stole fulls hi and in his at tachments he is UK furious as in all other phnsus of his At that period he cannot meet another male of his kind without very often to the lie constructs a bridal chamber for his chosen at the intersection of two of his so that there is morethan one way of escape for hcr wlf liirl thu yoiinic oniB In case danger is IHlixt with ilriofl grass for a anil it is always at some distance from Moles dwelling Thy subterranean dwelling of Mole a womkrfiil No human being could very well find his way about in supposingthat its ili injnsiuus wore sufficiently muffuiflcd to admit his passage tlirough tho maze ol Tho latter compose a net work us complicated as that of tho Kcwcre of a It must not ho imagined that tho nnitnnl burrows at On tho it works on a wollcjpflncd though how it fontiH its bumnvK in such admirably always laboring in the blackest IB a Tlje home of the beast is in a hillock under the shelter of some tree or so as to bo Hero is its oiterof from which regu lar roads lead off In different directions to Its feeding If you dig into tho hillock you discover a very elab orate and wonderful Tho central apartment of tho dwelling is a nearly spherical around which run two circular ono on a level with tho colling and the other at Borne height Tho upper circlo is much smaller than tho lower Kivc short and nearly vertical passages innoot these galleries with each When Molo enters his house from ono of the tunnels he has first to got into tho lower thuneo to ascend into tho upper gallery and so descend into the there is another entrance to tho chamber from below by a passage which dips down ward from tho middle of the spherical then curving upward and finally opening into one of tho bigger tunnels or Of these highroads thero are seven pr Owing to tho peculiar habits of tho molo comparatively littlo is known about tho animal and his Tho use of this labyrinth and complicated system of tho latter usually or rather a very great epaoo of in In some clegreo a Ono object of tho arrange ment is doubtless that tho owner in case of alarm shall be able to mako his By tho continual pressure of tho animals fur tho walls of tho cham ber and passages are rondorod hard and so that tho roof will not fall In ovon after tho most Tho molo can swim excellently often sinks Pure A cream of turtur baking Highest of all in leavening Latent United Statci Jorcrnmtnt Food Koyal IJiikiiifPovrdor 108 Wall of obtaining1 water to In it possesses most varied and I consider that in point activity aud voraeity it is superior even to the pieat cats of the A Zulu when you enter his remains silent for some and seems quite unconscious ot your At ho in a tone of grave dignity Go saku bona1 C sec to which you reply in fhn same The longer ho takes to seo the greater yOU lvc supposed to d until you are thus seen you must keep silence appear as much pos lible not to bo then at QY ol Snilvrt IannA in lio u Very A curioiiK disiovcry has inuclo tin island ol oil UKTro oft1 he of A many little inland have it had no iuhabilantH beiauye they Jio of human Kir NVillhim liie tnr of liriiisi Inn island an of live or six it presents a and usually by a privipiloun ndrd only to it On all i n heavy it n heifht nf thrcii b to four hun dred t p visitor ilnds within this wall a which ol f islnud and if from lifty to feet below the coral wall siirmund about unlives livo and till their The chofdhitoeoliiivd soil yields them an ample supply ol They are com pletely from tinwind by the rocky rim that incloses their The island seems to have been nn atoll which lifted above the sea several hundred that the atoll rintf now forms UKeoval will Kinround ingthu On this elevated anil almost in accessible plain are thirteen each of which contains over twenty Sir William Mctlrcgor nays the na tives gave him a most pleasant recep lie it to through villuaos on account of thu mats and other articles that wcie laiJ down before him for There wo no inter tribal and it is not posuiblc for the natives of other islands to op press the because on their pliv naturally fortified as it they nro inaccessible to The of thu plateau is There nru great cavities in the coral wall through which the rainfall fillers anil makes its way to the JoiirtplastorH Now And I want a lurgu sheet of black a young woman at it notion counter the other she proceeded to explain to a friend at her is my chief mending I always mend gloves with using black or the light tints according to the shade of the I turn the glove inside out and lit the plaster over tho of drawing tho edges together as a surgeon docs torn It is much better than sowing and lasts Sometimes I get au ugly threecornered rent in a My courtplaster casei mends tho leaving practically no indications of I mend with A Modern Up north fiumora awoat and furtilteo to oUo tho Imrest llvlnt from their wornout wlille North flulvurttou fruit liuiclM will yield from to per aero with hnIC lie Tills KUlt region to iiiaiiiifiictiirou and Invalids nvcrytliiiig to lio Tho cllnnln Is mild and lioiilllitnl twelve In tho year thu land bilatlos with rasoiircOH inn In a fiiiinura It youvo thosllKlitiHt of curiosity nhout thin iiidua trial vniily t tho local usimt of I huNiiitli Qixlvestoii Tho ftildioas iittlin uiijril oniju box a iiutii fllnga himsalf down on u Hitiintf iMin couch the iresumption is that he proposes to it easy on linlll Htretflh IN A forrhuniiiatlHiii mid iioiinilglii millonlly ciires in I lot iwlinii upon Hyutciu Is re miirkublo iuid It Ionmvoa at onut tbofivuso anil thu illsutiHo iiniiiuillnluly dlxup Tim first doso ttrcivtly nulled by II ;