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   Eldora Ledger (Newspaper) - August 31, 1893, Eldora, Iowa                                Ft v sjyty Entered at the Eldorn PostOmoo as secondclass VOLUME XXVIII HARDIN AUGUST NUMBER Hardin Oounty as Viewed by Lodge i 1me Table in Effect May 1893 leave Abbott Crossing as roUovra GOING longer SJpra 3 02 am sight 69 GOING 12 pm 62 10 a m 20 n m 86 to u m I except JUST IN THE OWA CENTRAL Trains leave Eldora on ami utter April H3 follows SOUTH AND lor LoulsnndKansriB m except lor Ixmfs and Kansas m fcoorttt except a in SoIlOLocalto p in ft NORTH 1jJaHy to 1ftvU and a m i in Mil j in Train 4 makes connect ions nt Oskaloosa Trnlas All other trains except nbovo trains curry passengers when pro Mod with Trafflo STEAMBOAT A good many young peoplo are at tending the worlds There was no regular service at the Methodist church Sunday 1 The creamery is doing a big busi although the pastures are quite There was a large crowd at the Sol diers All bad a grand good time while meeting their old Last Wednesday occurred the mar riage Miss Lillie Greenleaf They will depart for their new home them a long life of There came very near being ti Ike at Cables Some child set flro to the bay and destroyed the bam and very near burning up the It was quite a It III CXCBM to n in 6Masoii City ex p in to Mnsou u m TIME TATJLE March noon SOUTH ASP ares 11 NORTH AND SOUTH AND aves 5 15 in BUSINESS Office OALT Kuckolls Jewelry L ilolrs Will practice in Portur HUFF U L County 1iwetlee In oil the Last sldo i JSTJCE OV THE PUA013 AND INSURANCE KeprosMiU llrstelnss ce In Porter Molrs OAN AND ABSTRACl ISMoni I Honey to lonu lit n low ratu of Rollnblo Abstract of Tltlu Kecord Bng afiont for tun leuillni Insurance Companies North of llarnos Ilotulf two blocks wnst of IJiirrcs1 Onico it HiHi l JL secontl door eiist ol1 SUKGEOX Onicc Bauth Klilu ot I second door of LILY DALK OFFICE In Hardin tiennty lvnk El Iowa KING Oflku over City P Uomoepathle Physician I Physician ami tStatoliank CITY STATE BAffl if aidup Capital Count Iowa T OFFICEUB SroKKEN nWKCTOllS Mulfeoii Al Great KiulUU Coflln spent Sunday at Uriu imjiolenciianil all thousands of OBSOBJ III Rcltiille and Ask ragglec far WOODS PHOS U ho otters gome of leave hla dlihoncet Inclose prlco In anil we will good by return malL ono Onetotll t ial Sold In Khlora by Kllswortli unil Wluchogtor P moved to Marshall town last Job A Slier is building a new house across the Several from this pVacft are attending the worlds fair this Frank Lockwood moved down from Steamboat Rock last Lew Hall has been painting his house and fixing up in good Edward Lawrence and wife visited in the south part of the state last week took his Sundayschool class and drove to Eldora last visited his a few days lust Clarance Doty relumed last week from where he had been visit ing his Oliver Saint has been running the meat market the past while the has been at the worlds Ilutson returned from Dakota the first of the where lie had been in the employ of the McCormic Machine Miss is visiting at Miss Myra Ilndley started for Salem Ilorine returned from Des Moines Oscar Hunker went to Greenville last Libby Luudy begun teaching school at Pollock was a visitor at Harry Monifier was a visitor at flen ry and Ulair visited at George Perry is visiting his brother Seth of this Worth Miller has been sick for the past but is better Several of out attended the travelling mens picnic at Sat Milo Hunt lias returned from Can ada and is visiting among friends and The gave a cobweb social at Joseph Wednesday Many of thu young peoplo were Eldorn Friday and taking Cecil Vance arrived hero last Wed Ho is soon to begin school as professor oC the Ernest llolcher gavo a very interest ing task on practical and Tuesday eve Last Thursday Xow Providence mar ried men played a game of ball with the single lleforo the com mencement of tho bets were freely offered iu favor of the single but there were no al though we have u good playing nine when in contest with common The single men led until the fourth in and then those old fellows began to limber up and Al the close of the game the score stood 15 to 20 in favor of tho married It was u very quiet game just a little yelling by some of the until they got so hoarse they could no longer Married mens wives had to do the chores for a day or while the sin gle men have left Olo Korem is getting over his sick Drake and family wero at Hubbard Albert Jlankin and wife visited at Miles Ed Reisiter made a Hying trip to Hubbard Tuesday Swea was in town last week on Livengood and were in town last Morganstein Whltnoy will go to Minnesota with their steamer this lieunott went to Story Olty Sunday to deliver views for a few Lew Smith and George Bennett at tended the traveling mens picnic at Eldora Will Drake and Larson built new chimneys on the farm house of Maugans who lett home two weeks returned after an unsuccessful effort to see the worlds Irather did not go to confer ence Monday as was because he was retained as a witness in tlie Sumlay closing Last Thursday evening the railroad Avater tank near tha depot en tirely demolishing the tank and Hood ing every thing A brother of the llimmel is moving to his farm one mile north of Hitnmol is from and we give him a hearty September school will Hunt will have charge of he upper Miss Flora Allison the intermediate room and Mis Solmjcder of the Itouts preached his farewell aermofi Sunday evening and started for Uirtdngham Monday to attend It is hoped by many that ho will be Steven Lincoln Hamilton and Miss Julia were married Wed iicnilvAugust at tho home of Jewell Tuestluv August tho daughter of Thomas of this passed peacefully dying of with which she had been a great sufferer for thu funeral sermon Weolnosiliy at l after which the Remains were Iniil at rest beside her ilt There will bo a trial before Iverson which loopcr of this place is plaintiff aud Jammnck Lee It pears that Cam mack Lee gave the ilaiutilf permission to occupy one cor ner of their shop until ho coulrl get possession of a building he had en The plaintiff being of the Ad vent persuasion insisted on working on to which the defendant ob ected aud asked him to observe the lay of wherein he used violence oward them and became very Last week the defendants had the tools removed to the outside the and now ho sues them for damage and for interfering with Ills flrst time in my life at was unde r a democratic administration aud I by a democratic as I take that the governor is thinking of running It may be Brother Boies wouldiike to be democratic gov ernor of a republican state once but I am not prepared to believe that he is ready to stand before tho gent people of Iowa as an apologist for the shortcomings of his own admini and more especially for a national administration whose party has for thirty years been Give us both houses and tho president and we will show you what can d o That time has Have they dono it The steady failures of business enterprises of the last four tho idle factories of a thousand hills answer It is an administration that says to ynion Wo believe ninety per cent of your number1 evince that ho wna o proffered affection on Rumor says he had threatened to kill hot if she would not accept The story is very plausible then that in his jealous wrath he did not go far away or else returned lay in wait beside the road Saturday and murdered her in the brutal above de Coroner David has u theory that tho murderer must have had a horse near by aud escaped iu that Tho whole surrounding country was so thoroughly searched so soon that it would seem almost impossible that a man on foot could have gotten out of the way early The suspected is described as about live ten iuches not very heavy aud with a peculiar soar no his under lip made by the kick of If he should bo j caught and there develops any Pure A cream of tartar baking Highest of all in leavening Latent United Ktynl linking1 Powder 100 Wall iiro frauds until you prove to us differ AVhile the republican party has made some in my heart I thank God 1 belong to a paity tho the grandest the world over yet in tho of its fame for got not the Union soldier living and honored tho soldiers While Governor Boies may say that national politics has nothing to do with tho election in Iowa this let us hopo her people will rise their might and Other states may do as they but of the thousands who marched out from the littlewestern state in defense of llieir country she gavo be aud wo arc not prepared to bolieiC ninety per cent of those that returned Wo had hotter pay 00 fraudulent pensions than one of her boys would want for Joil to one of tho bcst known and most rcspcctod citizens of Brown suffered with diarrliiiMi for along limo and ninny dillorcnt remedies without until Cluim horhiins Cuolora and JJiarrlnua Remedy was used that relieved him at For sstlu by the Winchester Prom a Kansas hours a year I promised to write to KO many of my old unil im sorry to say have written to none of them Wo noted ninny improvements in the old liorno when we were among them tho court building that will bu an honor to Eldorn and of Iliirdin county long after VluiHO who contributed to muko iltlie build ing it is huvo passed to tho great Un Who will say it did not pay The opcru houst was niiaving com pletion and 1 liiw often thought of tin remark Ueorgu Wistier made to me when said this would be an honor to lie answered I hope it M may not pay mo very it will be thoio when I am Here was a life brief us it few were as Poor George like all had his but to turn from his door the honest or defraud the widow and her fatherless children was not ono of Mny an ungrateful world be us generous with Perhaps you would like to know something as to as o have one of tho finest countries on We have a soil with plenty of rain will produce any thing from a hill of beans to a You may have heard of a wheat fniulre in Kan Why this county alone produced Her people nro very kind and generous even to a we have ono of finest collections of freaks in tho Wo have the bearded the sock and the Catlinggun Lew the ragmoney and also tho goods box In times past we have had but grasshoppers nor hot winds huve so shaken the confidence of the outside world in Kansas as have some of the speeches that to tho discredit of the the wildest schemes of any political demagogue in the history o Speaking of I realized las1 summer when home that for the iok and iso Do Wilts iUtlo Early Rlstjv ror IICSQ little pills witt Wirt1 heater To help n good cause along every body should attend the concert for the benefit of the to be given Wlsner opera September Ad iirnt second board open HC Kllswortha ilnig store Monday 7vo extra charge for reserved Tlie pro gKsni Opening Finno irilniM li Mis iffw Duct i U llo Don Murder Moat Concerning the murder near Mur jives the following account a little after 10 oclock by the handsof person or per rons Miss Annie AViese was nurdered in a most cbld blooded and jrutnl Sho had been boatcn ibout the head by a there wore a number of stabs isi her breast d and her throat had been cut from ear to At this writing thore is only a slight clue as to the perpetra tor of the dreadful crime and officers everywhere are on the jui Tlic murdered girl was about 20 or years of of Jonitiui iier father and mother livina a short lislancu noith of Sim had been working for about twelve wiseks in tins fiimily of Henry i pros puroua and resjiuoted Iunnur who lives three miles and i hiilL north aud one mill east of Mias is of aa i industrious Siiturdny oveiiiii spirit at Uie lioino olAutlmr I halt a mile noiilh of At 10 oclock olio Htiiitud lioinu In a few minutes isjiic heard tliree frightened and haslenud in ths airectton of thu About half wuy between liis house and Hills he camo upon the girls lying on the back at tho siiilu of the in a ditch left by tho JiussiothoiightshelHid probable Iainloil and sent his who had accompanod to Hills for Hill soon came and discovered that the throat WHS cut and tho girl Hussiehnd heard two loud groans wlion he was about twenty rods from the which were probable the last sounds uttered by the murdered Henry brother of tho deceased works neoi lie was tho only other witness examined at the inquest and furnished the only clue to a possible He told oE a young butcher of named Bart who had been attempting to go with his sister for a number of But she didnt like The Sunday before tho murder ho had called at llusaioa to see Miss lie waited went away and returned Still she did not At last ho saw her going to church with Low and her Klsenhart then hitched up and followed lie brouht the gir homo from church that day and was not seen there It is also stated that on last Tues day or Wednesday Jiisonharb bought u ticket to Dubuqne and bad not been soon at bis home slonco that It has been tuirmised thnfc she rejected his the it will go hard with It is rumored that he was seen in Gladbrojk but the truth cannot yet bo ascertained us to it is also stated that Miss Wiese was afraid of him and said that she did not fesl perfectly safe about going home alone Saturday Stories are told of another youug man who had shown ssmia admiration for the murdered but not much susph cion is direcM against Melon Iowa Falls Five boys broke into a box cur at the yardsTueslay night and stole a lot of water They secreted uiitua number of these in the a little ways from tho where they were discovered in the morning by employees of the railroad The melons were left in the grass and Marshal Gillord WIH He stationed himself jieru the spot and waited for the ooys to come back for the Finally one of them was gfeen stCiiltliily makijtf his way to the Just as he luinsecured a large melon ami off with A MiUifln it he found the i A triund in nucil is ftiiind oQicer lie was wiWl not loss than ono million people friffht at that ha uavh UB I you iiave the jjruat cough will you Uiat it has lin Miss liislon ivu nf If you want to know u Im holns liy Xaiike Vooli Will Jimray Innli Hah fiuw 1isliTusli Hliiilt Chorus of i train of HtMo MUw Jansifii TLivo Littlu Mulil 3 I Kings Xuw for vhole thing away iiuJ told the nnincs coughs and cohH If of the rest of tho The Marshal isi now loukiiii them up and will prob aby have all under arrest by There been a great deal ol thieving all ills done about KIU foraomo tho cusii clraWKi of depot having been carried off o few woeks ago and rilled of about It is thiuiglit pnbvblu tiil tha boys impllcatnd in this car breaking muy also bo rusponsibln for ninny other thefts and it id hoped tliiit their uppre linusion may put i stop such deprc nt Indianapolis For tho iiccomodalion of veterans ind othfMH disiiing to attend na tional encampment toinber o and iliu Iowa Central railway on September I and i siill ticktttfi to Jiidianupolts finil return it low desiring to return via Chicago ami vinit tho worlds fair cui obtain al lowing them to do HO upon the pay jncnt of Tickets aro tood luturnlng until Hi The Iowa Crulral railway iti the Mhort nuickcst ami only lino running through earn to IndhinapoUs without I For and other information call on ugunts Iowa Cen tral railway or address Thomaj Thomas editor ol tho has omul what ho boliovcs to lie tho best remedy in existence for the Ills ixporionco is woil worth Ho says Last summer I a very iovoro attack ot I tried almost ovary known none giving rc Cliamborlains Choleraand DlaniiuiU Uomedy was rocommondod to I purchased a bottlo and re ceived almost immediate relief I con tinued to usetho medicine and was ntiroly I take ploasuro in roc commonding thisromody to any v son sudoring witli such a as it is Lho best nicdiciuo In Twontylivo aiul 50 cont bottles for salo by the Winchester Harvest The Hook Island Koute gives low rates for Tituisi KXCLIHSIONS THIS August 22d is tho first one and tho rate is ticket agent of any or oiiy agent of tho Hock Euil and you wirf bo informed ns to and also as to clatoa of Sep in thest ami JSauh oasoji at to j liotllo M U or n ion try Trial dm ChHclren Pitchers Castoria will tjive an Hiitortiiin ttt Sun day Tho pro gram Jlirsii Choir linii KiMMiatlon Mucfsii Turner llirltiiilon Jrniii linlli Kilu1 Ward lliiuity of Tin laillos Musli Clmlr liwitiitlan Miiulir S Kitiirui Mniolcd Iaillii All Dolpfc ij fur IIiijijiinoBs Clwilr tember SEHAH Uniiiiiiit all ooft anil from tliu itllsvivillcn Juliliy usi uf Jim Wnrrnntiil woiiiliirul lilciniiU eurt1 ly Children Gry for Dont expect your horse to hurry nnlil you have done your If your wsigon is poorly the move ho hnrricn the fiistcr both horse uiul wugou will wear Is the horaes friend nnd his musters It saves labor for one and money for the Its the slickest grease you ever Sold by nil WadhamsOil and Grease   

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