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   Eldora Ledger (Newspaper) - October 19, 1893, Eldora, Iowa                                GhirteiAUrich Entered nt tlio Eldora PostOfllce tg secondclass VOLUME HARDIN OOTOBEB Table in Effect May 1893 Trains leave Abbott Crossing ns follows iPMB GOING r iPMBengor 01 B 03 A ght 05 n CO A 25pm a 02 a m 2 45 pm 0 02 pm GOING IX 12 pm TPWSengor 02 10 a m freight 01 20 a m 88 03 n in except 1 IOWA CENTRAL jTrams leavo Eldora on nnil nfter April as follows SOUTH AND for Loulsand Kansas in except for Louis and Kansaa a ra except a in to p m Koi to a m WEST AND to 1aul and Minno r a m except to a in City ex p in to Mason a m iTraln 4 makes connections at Oskaloosa All other trains dally except abovo trains carry passengers when pro vided with Trafllo i TIME TABLE Tftkes effect March noon SOUTH AND WKST Waves 10 00 in NORTH AND 1115 m m SOUTH AND I tioaves 45 m Treats all Diseases of Watches and Clocks by the latest improved Consultation Xo uo West Skis Square BUSINESS I k Practices In all state and fed eral Office in Hardln County Bank Office OAcr Nuckolls Jewelry Will In all Office in Porter rte PlnjFF WARD County Practice In all the east side of 1 STEPHEN USTICE OF THE PEACE AND INSURANCE Represents firstclass Icje In Porter Molrs AND ABSTRACT Eldorn Monoy to loan at n low rate of Abstracts of Title Kecord agent Cor ton leading Insurance Companies A LOAN AND UEAL ESTATE ILi Money to loan at toe rate oE 1aymenln can be lade during the term of tho No elayln niaklog Sellable ertlfled Abstracts made at reasonable lifFlOE North of names J two blocks west of Baroes1 PHYSICIAN omce at Real second door cast of SURGEON Office South side of Qond door west V LILY DALE kP NCOS In Hardln County Bank Kl Iowa STATE BAffi f Capita 4 H rSICIAN AND Office over State Iowa OFFICERS JoKKEN ELLIS i DIttKOTORS MoKoon Al HUNTER You have noticed that some houses always seem to need repainting they look Others always look The owner of the first economizes with cheap mixed the second paints with Strictly Pure White Lead The first spends three times as much for paint in five and his build ings never look as Almost everybody knows that good paint can only be had by using strictly pure White The difficulty is lack of care in selecting The fol lowing brands are strictly pure White Old Dutch process they are standard and well by tU mi1 Southern Red Seal Collier Shipman For any color other than white tint the Strictly Pure White Lead with National Lead Companys Pure White Lead Tinting and you will have the best paint that it is possible to put on a For sale by the most reliable dealers In palnti i If you are going to It will pay you to aend to us for book containing informa tion that may save you many a dollar It Will only coat you a postal card to do NATIONAL LEAD Louit Clark Avenue and Tenth IJf THE A recent discovery by nil old fiucceuftiRu tnontMil bit thousands of IB tlio only perfectly safo nnil reliable modlcluo UIECOV Ilowaro of unprincipled ruuglsts who offer Inferior moaiomcs In place of Ask for COOKS cowoi JIOOT take no or InolosoSl nnd a cents In postage In and wo will by return Full scaled particular inplalu to ladles 8 Mly IS MBUor i Sold In Eldora by Klluwortu Drus uiul Winchester Ole Tho Lansing was pnckud u Uio doors last and n inoru jnthuai astlc gathering never pusaeit its Ole Olson won thorn and won them James as was nt uia and his supporting company was thoroughly adequate for laughing Miss George Hussey was nnd as Bridget OFlanagau had everything her as she always Colonel Albert Dies big came by express In a carpet Colonel Heubler is thirty years and thirty inches high and a natural notwithstanding his diminuitive He is but nay I This Scandinavian comedy has been entirely rewritten since here last and improved a thousand You all know what it was See it now Daily This rattling comedy will be pre sented in Eldora at n near Mystic cure for rheumatism and nouralglu radically curou In 1 to It UH action upon tlio system IH re markable and It removes at onue the cause and the dlseiwo Immediately dlsap The first dose greatly War ranted by Hid All tlio talk in tho world will not convinoo you so quickly ns ono trial of DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo for skin allootions and Winchester DoWitts WitciTlIazol Snlvo cures DeWitts Witch Hazol Salve cures DeWittu Witch Hazel Salvo euros DeWitts Witoh Hazel Salvo cures Winchester Htvrcliii County ns Viewed by Lodger STEAMUOAT Fred Sterns and wife are taking in the fair and visiting McMinn preached to a full house in tho Presbyterian church Sun day Sunday evening at the Methodist church Bunch preached to a full All are glad to have him with us for the coming Next Sunday tho Township Sunday School convention will be held We hope all lovers of Sunday school work will try and be Ilolenbeck is quite Marks sister was up from IDI tlora Sunday visiting Caldwell came home last Mon day from the worlds accompanied by All report a good west of is very Underwood is attending Lathrop is quito Lilts is at Green Mountain tliis George Pierce reports a girl at their house this Colder and wile attended the worlds fair last Marsh occupied the pulpit at the Methodist church last Burglars have been prowling around TJnlon Better look a little John Lundy and children spent a few days in Union this has been spend ing a fow days in Union this Fred It amber and Walt Iowa was down to Sun Will Lounsbery loft for last week where ho has a position in a There were several went from here to Marshalltown Saturday night to hear governor Miss Eva who is teaching at Grundy spent a few days in Union last Maud ant Cad Smith aro visiting at Will Weiraer has abrother from Illi iiolu visiting Nearly all tho Chicago visitors is staying with her Dave Himmelman and mother now live in ono of John Tarrs houses near the Miss Eva Swea was in town last the guest of Miss Esth er A revival is in progress at the Ever green Golden conduct ing the Elder Nevil will hold quarterly meet ing at tho Evergreen church next Sat urday and Bishop preached in tho Christian church at oclock Monday I Louts and Chairman who were here left for their homes at Waterloo last Green and Miss Olive Penelnr Steamboat spent Sunday in town visiting Fred Beach is building a house just north of his fathers We suspect George Jackson is in town to business and visit iug Nichols and Henry Ililler and wife have moved onto Clint miles which they have leased for tho next Andrew Grove aud wife aro rejoic ing over the arrival of a ten pound boy at their house last Prather preached twelve miles north of here Sunday and left an ap pointment for October 20 at 11 The scholars met at the home of Hunt last Saturday evening and presented him a easy John Newville will speak in the Christian church next Sunday eve ning at Everybody in Engine number 406 was pulled through here Sunday in a badly de moralised the result of a collision west of Robert Santeo was subpmnaed as a witness In the case of the state against Leverine Larson for assaulting Wil liam Clark last Derwood Link and children ar rived last week from and will spend tho winter with her and Arch Ballard and wife returned from Chicago last week and have gone to housekeeping in the Stevens prop erty in the east part of Ole the Radcliffe has closed his shop and left town be tween two days and did not stop to even pay his board Iladcliffo has no use for such The friends of Miss Maud Stout sur prised her last Thursday evening ana presented her a token of their In tho shape of a gold watch and It was her sixteenth October the new six miles northeast of was It will be known as the Evergreen Evangelical Hishop Dubbs preached the The peo ple have a nice building and out they can feel justly proud Holiday noon when the passenger train was about two miles east of town a spark from Hie engine set the ilry Brass on lire and before the lire could be controlled burned a strip over a halt mile wide and one and a halt mile destroying tons of burning one barn and damaging a bouse and its Wednesday night of last week burg lars entered the home nf William Wiemer and carried off the contents of Wiemers including the key to the store They also broke in tho house of Osmau Ileng and carried off a rubber About oclock they visited Ben Wrights place nnd ent their 1111 of good They also tiied to get into Finns but did not Such wholesale burglarising is becoming too common and somebody had better be The opinion is divided as to who aro the guilty Some think they were others think it was home After Last A little buy climbed an old mans knea Housed for the Do please Why are you idle alone lliivuyoii iioworkbiit Inline bad n job last yon Why I hivvi you List to the story last I help elect him thats ALtiT Ihe vote was after thu clmup hail After tho factories after thu wheels were dumb Many tin heart was if you could road them all Many a home was after last Hrlght wore tho clouds not insight Happy our homos were from morn till night Then came tho spoke soft nnd Fooled us poor I dont When we awakened to what weve Factories were mills could not run Down they all thats Just as our work after last Ijong months have passed child no work to do Although Ive sought for mother anil you No work to give tried to They could not help pleailhiRS are vain I knew the after twas I helped to close up factories that run Thats why Im no work nt all I lost my after lust Byron Gossip of the Hygiene is raakjng itself felt in the In his composition one boy writes Girls cant run or holler like because their diagram is It is a common thing for women to say that the men aro all but when two men happen to full in love with the same woman a difference very soon begins to exist between An exchange refers jeeringly to Senator 1effers vacant This ia a Senator seat is not According to reports about him its his head that is in that A monthly journal representing Uio interests of domestics has been started in In this country domestics are entirely able to take earn of their own A traveling Halesmun from Washing ton state says Uioy have a tree out there so tall that it takes two men to to the top of Tho second fellow begins to look where the llrst ono leaves As a little diversion at a literary society in a neighboring town the girls in attendance were put up at The bids ran up to Then the boys put Tlio highest bid was ten Dont pride yourselves on yer deah breddern efyaare in the habit ob makln snmht reraahks vn people laft at doan git Htuck dey may only be Jaffa at ya dey tink yore a blamed A fellow is In hard linen when lie doesnt know whore his next chew ot tobbacco is coining but such la the condition of many people in the grand times hinted at so freely by dem ocratic prophets last Says tho editor of tho Cowboy Bowie We expected to have a death and mar riage to publish this but ia vio lent storm prevented the tho doctor being sick the patient recovered accordingly we are cheated out of Philanthropic President of tho worlds fair JB out with another appeal for contribu tions in aid of the Duke of Meanwhile reports per cable tell us that this impoverished lineal descen dant Columbus is enjoying life and giving lavish entertainments in his Spanish Jut a nickle iu the Itch on human and horses and all animals cured In thirty minutes by Woolfords Sanitary Lotion Tills never Sold by Winchester Pure iHiint Food A MVini of tartar llifClKsr of all in Iwiv Unitait lioysi 10TJ Wall SURROUNDED BY MYSTERY A Great recent discovery in Hint of tlio aro duo to of Uio which supyly Cu brain nrro force lliat wind in arNu tho ilorano TMsNIilfitrlie i moot many dlKiiiiviol tlij iirnri Tho mirvo systimlullku ns us will Ijo wou by Uio cut Tho whllo linos a ru convoy fniiro from t li o norvo comers to every part of tlio Just tlio elcctrlecurreuUsi conveyed iilotu t b o wires to o vo ry Iiiiso OP Ordinary phystalnntt to rccnrd thla Instead of treat ing tho nervocon tors for tliaLniiKO o f tho disorders arising therefrom they trout tho part Franklin highly celebrated specialist und Htiulent of nervous of many noted lioallses oa liin IOIIB slnco rciallzud tho truth ot 1ln llrst and his JJislornllvn Ncrvlm IM prepared on Hint ItJ KUIMVK In curlntj nil diseases urlslns from mciit ot thn nervous li wnndcr is tho of unsolicited liwtlniir tiialHlnuassussluuoltlio company manufac turing tbo rumudy amply MUCH ItistorutlvoNurvlnoUn rcllablo rcmidy for all nervous siiili w nervous dlxzlncfis sixual le Vitus Itla wild by nil on jiiisllivn orsiiitdlroctby tlio Miles MndliMtl I on of per bot six for Kcwtoratlvo coutalns no opiates or duufcroua Every whose watch been rung out of the bow ty a Every Man whoso watch lias been by drop ping out of the and Every Man of sense who merely compares the old Bail out bow and the new xvill exclaim Ought to have been made long ago It cant be twisted off Can only be had with Boss Filledand othercases stamped with this trade mark Ask your jeweler for Xcyilone Watch Case Fresh and all Restaurant goods in their WARM MEALS AT All BOYNTON Succuusors to IliirncH til slrto of Tis wind Thoughta of Fort Dotlso ttntl 6iia ijiitutnn of diHsoliitiori and 1Ijw it toys with tho golil nnd hurliiiEt them inihufMgKr full will iounthn rime and diirritd by the melmcholy destroying nil that is oC tho autumn noiliing Uio barren bntnclifs and dusty Btubbtt of ihe tllsUnt Tha thought is ao similar is it to Now Cimes tho imtniun of niana ex the frost touches wliitfnl nnd withering then tlie h avts lie fulls his glory ia and the wliitetl nlchio claimed him ilian ho is foigot And m it giits and ever will go so llmrn is n Today joit tiwie litiiiied high upon wear tha lauv brow tomorrow you ue gone and like tho your glory and j raiuluur bus in you should so live that iho ilriMil stiunno is corn us in numerable IourUi of July wbiuli nuwea to MIH pnle i ill l br urgijii ii tiontliid and sustained by a large botilo of a hnrso blanket arouni him and lies down I Tvulh Ts DilllUllUU When a Kfiious ucRtisaiion wan made Gnner Cleveland lie Iho It tolU curly and but allliuiigli griivo ib did luiii no Every mother in the state of New York who had a likely to inakt mistakes shame and every man ivho had grown through in tervening errors to respected manhood called it It was It was low down politics and reflected so harshly upon his acuusora that they havo not since been heard His tory is about to repeat Witli garbled repot is of si single event in thi life of a lending candidate they seei Unable to defeat him fair meiins they seek tho toola ot the assassin of and use them a if they wore adepts iu the They always realize Uio mistake and out of breath stand wondering that with all of their uinmunUiou gone no person seems to bo Old Days Have Davenport Secretary of State McParhuul in his here held tho cloao attention of tho audience for about two hours with a Hqiiarttidgtil republican Kpeech in which no either national or local was neither Vliminateii or dls Of lha meeting the Tribune Hiiyn Not Ihoolil days when old Scott could bo counted on for u tremendous republican majority haul hurt buen such an enthusiastic re publican In many old rcpiibliuniiH for a moment thought timo had turned backwanl and that tuy were ugitin enjuyiuc old Itcllnhlo men to represent tlio Hartford Tilfa nud Annuity Insuraneo In ulutia torrl lory for Hpoelul ur iiiiinulen run be uirunucid must IuvoraUla teriim If JCKI can iivocluco will pay yon to liirastietto tlio Iiltml plan of MMmikul by Jhe beat to enriy u polity umlur ur in RAY 135 Hartford ILU A Strouf Wobater City II xvho is one of tlio most able and ready wpeak eru in Btuuds squarely on the republican platform in all its length and and is making a vigorous campaign in Ilirdiu county at tho head of tho republican Ho Js a staunch and unswerving temperance who has shown his faith by his ttorka in tho and aa a mem ber of the Iowa legislature will bo in a position to lend effective aid in secur ing proper and necessary legislation touching the liquor News to A Western in answer to a complaint of a patron that he did uot give news advised wheu news was to read tho which he had no doubt would ba news to KnKlishHnnvlii Liniment removes all not or cullniiHeit lumpa mid blomlslies from blood all Hwollon ecu Bnvu by iino ot ono Warranted Ihe motit wonderful oiiio over Hold by Littlo vogotsiblo health producers Do Witts Little Early HiHcrs euro ma larious disorders imd tho Btoniiich and which wovmits hondaolio aud AV Inobostoi Wo could not improve tho quality If id double tho UoVVitts Witoh lltusol Salvo is tho bent tmlvo that Qxpoiiunoo oiiu ov tltnfc money can WinohcaUV   

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