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   Herald (Newspaper) - August 16, 1893, Iowa City, Iowa                                THE INDEPENDENT IOWA CITY, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, August 16, 1893, NUMBER SonuUirfi think Its inlroiliiclLoii jSiUjltotirt-csniiiiillon IMI llwimil H Is ckihncil by the iKlniinlstrallon t lirtFeiitiitiics lluxl a uf (be j onse, nuidi.' .by them tills week, 5 Kiiva n. innJmLly fur the rejrf.il ft LcShuniiiu silver laiv, ami tljnt J 1 lliey mm need Is agrtciiient by s tilcli a voto can bo reached ut un I y tlay. The silver men the1 HJerlneid of lliis :md til men have been counted w'J" tliu of llio kiwi coodlrJun- t ly. That if a saUsfauViry ynb- r Itnlelx; iirefcutril lolnkc its vlaco. I'gdltaliunsliave U'cn goiiu: on nil MS week tlietiuilU-r boforolhe j at once, iuslewl of ivallluu' for m uf cow ml t Ices nml itynliotiuf inlcs. While Hits Is Ir- i cyu] a r ,T iid for reason I y many mcuilwrs, U will be ;md f an IKJ by amajtirity utGufLliv House. The thai i ;inrcement5hall be jnnrte ullowiut; o uiiich liuio fiir live dtsciKsIoniif ills lo be iiitrouuccil by llic silver icn ami then vutc nimn hills IK iT all of HicmlMilutaittfil tlivti tu olc on Hie of HicHliemmi aw. to HMJ iwtsenl- muler-IK Lug will lie dinii- wheMiuran rcciuont readied fir not. TLie ly dhfcretKe belne, reemciit Ijelwccn aud au--silver men there wciiM IKJ fllll- a drtlc would be sut to Kin volilif wh'ili; witl'.wil an icre wonlil alniast eerliiinly IK: mil llic be be to iimJongcd imlellnilely. cprcsciitiilivc Bliiml says llic silver en to if fnlrtlinc Ite nllowwl fur LIST Ol1 I'ATIIS I'.s auictl to low.i inveiitnrs this week, e wrlcil by 0. A. Amerieiinmul Kurflyn jiiitcnts, ii. U. S. Pair-lit. i.lIRT, .0.: J. Hiker, Muscatiric, run-All ing :iciluc; T. K. Clark, 1V-; 11. V. ItfXJiie, M. Davis, .strain ciifMnr; K. I'arkfsr, Wcleli, Keuknk, ADDITIONS LOCAL Junction. continues nml i e very much discounted .il it- roby. v lirciililiitiisovcr in Ibis vicinity. The ijimas irtjlit, iicre. isttljtiikiif n rcnlcr iuyliik'W.OOlo t .Miwriicri'. Hu furnished tlic n-.-it bnslieH IKT ure. After Fclllnif the oats for v bushulltuouhl IJB for uuJiu to ivlnt lie maked uii i liev. mectliix ivlllia ;it-r-iii ance. K.ISU Lone Tree Itlvcr Jurtc- 1 TJieydhl not have lo ivailc the verulther. Hoys, ymi will bave to raclice. Tlie MI ick business irf on llic boom t ;a n. Weutmntcd 12 teams for hrlck Hiis-lleont cummccKtd o-dav under the c'Kilrol of Miss Mii- uiinell, et Valley. im- Icct jlate caller 'intown Valley. It would Iw'qiiite.i to the llsh ud to the hrxik and line llsliors If ikft would conic around Ln ilsneighborlnxxl. W.T. Kelso, unr u-niii man. Is si ill IK erllic weatlu-r, Itlicnmailes. Why don'trvou fur 'L'uK lK3iAt.lt-' Give- Mr. K. 7a enlsand. he will see lliat ycm get tins :i wrforono A. Marlyn, of Perry, was i lown Tuesday and Wednesday liking Ms sister, llrs. Kohinson." .1. H, JkCleery and wife Ime-rc-urnetl liome froni Fine Bultclitig Lois tor Sale. Twelve 11 us HinlaiiiL' l-ots Tor sale, armcra orotheti. wlSH'uki to icLlle ir-iiJJ CMimlnc the alxivc lots, sittia-Hl iu ttic Illicit of the city, liEch I am out at. very luw rkes. -'1'Ucso lota will donkjlo iu n otic year. Call oti mo al Fence uclory Oriku anil secure one of ttiosu )ls, I avti alrculy of en the t'aitinl ill semire, 1'. J. KKUA.V. {urscrymaii and IV nee are Down. Auguit tbe rlingion, Itaniiln  .iuicl Swindler .iml .Miss Milt Me- u trcry. f lire. Ceo. ami uhihlren live gone 10 New York to hpeuil n lonlli willi brother. Mrs. Jilakc mid of Nob., is visiliuy her lot icr, .Mrs. HeKncr, ami sifiler -rd, Jamus McClec-ry. Mr, Smitli of (Jeilur Kapids is vis- hii LfiiuFc, Jdlm Poiiglas ami ai lily. i Doty Hiunlay In Ma- 6 Kevs. O'Furnell of Iowa i 1 Ktither Kelly of of Hfiv. MuiMunuB last vi-ck. Misycs Virgio :nid Lou Ettcr-irmik, necompauiuil by Heir friend Miss I.inna Rjicnl Wadnesday I m home uf their Mra. ves. Wtj are glail'lo know that Mike is froui u EC-eie Llirow which ho reccivetl from iia not long since. Anolliomicu rain visited Oxford lliurr-day which was much Threshing is the order of the chy sow, mad lines are heai'tl hi every ircufion. Oharlie and Hnltic l-'rulav eve hi the country s- tli their friends, Allen ami Ktlic Kilily. Miasog Hn d I'lrua Kuril, ac-conijiankil by Miss Margin O'brinu, eft SMnrday (or North Kngliah wbcro M'ill n few days vi-Ji iny willi friends and relative s. Jn3. U. Stone was in llic city Sn -ipmy on business. Ai-tlnir Cmjk NIK! Ocn. MuCuui-rnoii were loivn ('ity visitors ay. (-icu, O'Uriuti, wtfa and little k-ft Saliinlay for on n visit. An cntcrlainnieiit will lie given ai (lie M. K. clnivh uichl, Aug. ICHi, by ihln SPOT CASH STORE I26COLLECEST. taiPA A A On All K) dozen ol 1'jggs aim gel a 01 nun ATTIET. MATHERS. J E. M ATHENS, people wlio'arc atiftering from leiiuirUisni u'ill linj a curt cslliiiif MarkcfSl. This meily Ims many canca wuere bcjs havo fullcil. Address. MlMS il.lKY A. CuNNlStHIAM, ill re-Turn J -dim If-tTi M Hfi- Seokors Exonrsion. i.wa Central EExHiiviy on emlK-r' liiili anil Tutsilai-, (Huiibcr Oil cxcnrsiiin tickeldat very low ated to iwltits fn MimH'.-ota, Nurlli m BouUi Uakola, Maniloha, Or if you have no I'jji'gs bring lliis and a ono v Dollar bill and got as fine a Back of Flour us you ever had in the -house; t Do not puss this by bill, conic in at, once as we J waul lo give nil iichiince to lost, our Flour. Kvery Sack Guaranteed, t -W.J.PICKERING, Spot Cash At It. yrealcil linniicial Hie i orhl liaa ever kuowu was ujK-Jieil y RJchuid P. Bhmd on Fridiiy by iu fullowhiy: "Wo do not intend m( iniy jtolLtk'al jNirty finnll snmvu f ml iv ill lay Die coiilisciiUitg haml 1 America in the iulurtbt of nnil of Huropeuml silver in Mill country, ami my rtomi'S   iofl-Wlitflig'scorMr.1 toll n. en. awl from 1 to 4 p HJ.ll.VV. W. r. VL'RPffT. -Ltorneysnnri Counoollora tOlVAOtTV. lOU'A. JNi'r> Ucuc Store, eortrtr ihnqiKi an-J Strcew.' Mis. few (Jays with IKT annl, Mrs. K. lulu, recently. Mrs. Kmi'iia Itadi has been everal days in lliccuiiulry. .1, U. went to llm a cw ays aye to scolds ma. Frank HiLiibciiKlictd, our Ivwl Ify-Ci ssiicndinpbls iLino svllli PLeilff .'t-elers un Ills trial for t K; lavs! of the Slale, Lliuie ;ne vc more cwmu ayatnst liim to be ricU later, verily IL is nub funny o atothclkiuctr In this county, liOSC wliowanl In liandle. llic nucms-d stiilf irotild belter lo Iowa 3ilv, IH- wniiu iitlicr jiliiue v cro is inil-in favor il all llic- laws. The latest aildHUm Iti mir is Mr. Carpenter, Alty. at-la-v. and Will ViHiiikin sncp.dlnjr their vnuatinn liere. A. Jlriiirand K. .1. Holler In N cola A Suns now the crcamury Ihe lime, the L-; is wartlty of cream aiwl loo niich csiieii'iC. montLi maViiii; jnltor il'ihi'l jiay. K-ni- Ford lias hnilLa ittixli on the mrt i side Ills house' which UKlonksuriiisiiiSiilDiice. J. Wes.  Tr. iind MM. H. nnd llicir lliVrliir. Dr.-ltC'inaid has taken a vacalUm of i Uars in firdur lo sec tlie fkliihiL at the White City. Mr. and Mrs. L'. K. Liirutitor are vh-illny aCMilclicllville. l-'rank wcril- ilaw leeland Mrs. by mil. There was an exciting race In imvri ast Saluniny evening liotvveen finy Slielilon on htsivhecl and frl. distance 1.V3 yds. fur icrand ydi. for Sliclduii. Worn olc icr was winner. AmoiitfVlsHnri from City lirrc recently we notice Ihe T.cwHrs :nn TlKjiiiLHon Jos. moved lino his new Uo'.ise at the corner uf Vlinma aniL Tl irJ streets. A. IV. Muslin is licljilnjj in Ihe .stmc atCreiS and flrnlf durini; Mr. (J absence :tf, llic. While City. Uiidcllc (Jlbir; bns n-nh-il LL, farj L anil Ijonghi. tin) shire ;il Hill Krtimlhlsun Hn nielli: wili weii-lmio-uor c.-; aiwl measure; iirinls instead of feedinuHlrorsand hogs. 1 lie will 1'. M. iT can olr siicli nn mlk-iMiuiiin; tins aihn n-Cubl. Sliollmly and nifcaic in IK; nictnjjmlis uf Hie west lakLiitf in I e s n ils. Tin: Kuiiul.lkansof LliiiiubtinLy hnl( n j-e-nsiiij; rtirn enlion an the- ami a btront; ticket in Ihe fleld 'lliu Democrats hclU llieir ;isi MiHiday :IIM! named a" hakor'a of Hie coin ly (yuivc'iJlioti Hut nicels next .S.itnr-ilay tu name delegates lo the Slate CanvcntionOf iiiat. The n Uls will not any ilelcKales fiuui this iirLChict as ilierc are i >t enwii-li loenllllc them to a ilca'Kr.U i the basis df26 No r.ihi of any can sequence IJC-A. siKethe I5lh of -Inly, pastures a corn will nntexuccil nne-lialf a cro 101 fiiruii clr.sc to Inwii. wcujlrl >e n iwncllt only to pastures ami lo I :c groiiiul for plowing SUM! fur sajil tary 'Hie U. 11. A. S. met a1 Mrs, K Holt7, hit- week, ninl madp u ulliinj; fortune mjc. .lake Xlfcila, wife ami sUler-in- are IhCJ-lmw Mcl1r.-c- Ihe l.cadiT re tiiTiicd Trtim tin- slinw vM-cl well willi (hrlrljiL r Nnriiul isi.vnrand tin- Ifa.-hcr-; ar fecllHK ijc-Kl. Tins v.a A Sinidiy ;i ba-i: ha nine c'aine dnwn IUTC fniui in nrnl lii.M ami th.-ti luiflly. If Jon ihm't nanf. 11 lu d-ni'l cuiiii! mi Hum ay t iilavK'ill at huinu ImmliK i ina ncinncr Ihil will in c- Lie raLlod a of Hie day. s A I'aiwy and ihnighlers, [kalcai Minnie. Irxik a day oil Salun: tovMi rrlcriil-iiii Hit- A. C. J'KTKKS.- 4ittu lins a 1'ost Mailer Ln tl c n-irtiiofNr, .1.0. Hatty. .1. Ohls VliililnK) c.ir Ltfiiil Ciilcayo yeslciday mDinuin-MUss MnllliLi Hasmcicr Was is vif-it iutf rrieiula in (lie uily .1. J, Mitiucr anil iVmgbler, Mib.s HA c, or'Sliamu Center visiled re .1-ives in tliu eily week. ,lne Kduanls and it. nirflilur, WllliC1, IlllVft IfCi1'" lllC Floiiila. III., wjfli Sale, jioiiiiils Ldiij; I'rimer iisyoiKl in new. An excellent fj] [or some ot unr conntiy ict icin a Call 1 1 iia Lotlor. Tlic rlrsi ucck tifCougri-bs lias IK.-CII ifKClyilevoldl hi anil 'IT its in f i -silver itc im-c ra t s anil furl le nnd U uaiiniit ilenlcd Hit- r in Hit co anil The n-yc iiion in tin; Hunse liiivc i-iiii-1 w roaolntUui: "llesolveii lUti pincliasLiiu clauso nf llic; SlwrniLi an :LIU! coiiUiiirciiLly riruvidniir fur t nulinjilcil colnugc nf silver iv Hi full Icgiil :i ml ;is will jiTOvhic ami nuiuUltt Uic tj- Iwiwccn golil ai.U In nth mi kiaiitliomcd ihc o iitoiiiiiiitlte of seven in draft nWU i licoorilance wiili the ami tu take to secure ti full ai free iliicussirm nut! thereof aiwl :i vole of the Kunsc n K thcUtll nil aiucutlmuiLl JuOfc Cnlbcrtsiui, df who ]ir over tliu svu-? aihltil t M; ttniHiiLuec afler (He fnltrnvh Ulsiiid, Sitile ItorJluor, Uankho.nil, ninl Siiuiilord In tlicslHirl ii early in lliu wiL-k jarty a CiiiK KionishK-rmHlnHls uf ai It Is to havi; IH.I-II one uf I livclk-sl. fur a lung Uuie. Nucot uf live was insln I ims in try 1ri arranu'C a TYtiicli lliu Ciiuuiiri :iifree, 'I' t.is.k is envied Ijy their 'J'lie StiiuiLc uottiniiltcc (HI KinaiK IJL-UI ils Hrst [iiceling ye.il c nT: iy nn si EtTMlimi of Hit iiiiiiu-roii-; Him u Mils lint liave already Iwcn inlnx i'il ami [efcrred il. Wlicn tliis coin niHtce it ivasslnuiL, ly in fiivnr nf free cr-inayo, an ili jrlieveil so yet, alllKiiigli St-nn lur its cluinnun, ai i iiLiicciJ liii willingness to Hie micoiulilioiiiil tlic JEPORT, Lown CHy -UENTAU ROOMS, IOWA OITV sli 1'iMiit. r.iiuu fim-lainsfiL I'latt A DOES 5 DOES IT 1 COULD IT BE SUIT YOU? IMPROVED ON. IS IT J G> STYLISH? 1 I N G It is our business to do Stylish, Up-to-date Printing, Plain or Fancy. PUBLISHING Seekers Excursions-Tin- lliiilliiKtuii, Oilar Hajiids .S: Kailuay uill mn Ir.i id Kxumsinns u> LI mi ilsJiin.', ami M nl in West, Noilliu-o.-U-, Soulli and Tickets on sale August- 12 ami Oclober tu, and are limits [i) days from dale of sale. Fu 'urlhcr iiNinnalifm call on uraildrcs. an of the or '.I. K, rJ'icket.aiid I'iibS. Xl.'JUIt. II. i nl l.y 'I1. K. ViiNiiuliili, linni Cilj- ll'Jk'i n. NOVAK, -ATTORNEY AT LAW. M.incy (u lx.ni iriii Home, ilra. ,J. Norwood Clark died at her home in Uiis city T csday Clark hat stilleritit; fur ;i extending over llirceur fonrycars, Ijnl WMS j Jt cotiflned tohprbcil till u sliiKt L incof her ile.illi. The wai In Mymontl Julv iSM.aml an ur-1 early nu'e of seven. Slie spent her chlMliwwi days wHlian runil in ]l oit on where flu1 iiulnemic-.s i f the aunt's had miK-li loilo n miiiilillnt; the [inre. chnrai'tcr w liub we liavc fcnim'ii ami Inivet unr mhUI. She milled vvilh llic UiiLlnrliir cburcli (iT Itosloii wlton rnim JMMIT healtli Ui ti iiKir.% lU'iuIhe inuL .Mn Clurk am afierward in Six children llini miiDii, nin; MI snrilvlriu, .Mis. LNil. S. F. Wubtj, Tin- I'OiJiijinnity fctl iteejily l w i 'alh of this eflinubic ut.i to her lius ruul wlxj has ED many lining licr. Tlie rimcral scrvkt-H.Tiirrnl fruin HJII famLly resFdciiL-e a 5 Friday ufternuoti, ulu-ul S-'j ;Vi Willie W JVl-ClKips-Cuni llyo Toed M 1.1VK SIIH'K. Ku-u'r-s. l.cn. l.i', II.. -Itull.tr-I0f? II 1 [Xm.vI'IDI IIKS. K L'ar in In fur While   i-; 11 Why piy rtirif ivlien you can a nf yuur t'lvn? n-.t fail Uf :.vcr at jcal Ivitatc f run wish to "f jmir Knv hy >atc or I a lieal 1-M ale KxchaiiKO. N >alc. r niU Xn. -117 Hl.-milnulu Slrt-cliil if lakin IV IKiriiciil.'irscnll at Ikal r T-Jtcli.'iiij.'t1. I-'OIE SAl.K X'i. In ellhcr nl.iin rtr ilri> friHtiltt- to7CVj Curtain Poles. Cords, Nails and Hooks, ._ __ Room RIES, 1'ionrer llooliscllcrsjiy Wasliingtonst. you noad a. PIANO, ORGAN MUSIC AN DISE "if tlic. VI rv t. M :i[ .U Mi, -aOPERA HHUSEK-Music STORK A XII SCHOOL OF MUSIC l kxjrisiii'li I'laiK', Or pan, rfnilar. Violin. Rii.j.., Xllhc-r, i -1 'ic- in iihiiinlain'L-. r C03A H. the Death Summons J use] ill Walker, an ;nnl IIMK re iiiunccr settler uf Valley died at his honx Ttmrrilay nwruliirf al- 4 "oVJwk. FD mnuy weeks lie Iteen ill :im recovery lind seemed c fu s days urfrr lo hi-; dc.-ith. tki-caitd was born Sept. r r hiwa nnd skilled on llm-k creek Valley Scjit. s and llic Mrs! da m M IK'jr creek, tlin farm wbic i 1 Ims sim-u rciiikil, t.f U r biu'JiiT.-, und i e claims near bimaml liveii t le o unlit tcu Hi1 was 1 .hnmi-iili, l.'vO, luMi-w Jane r.i'vve n MIII, of nnirtty, uv, s cLiitdren Iwrii lu I IL-J i Mary, Henry A., Jcijcidi Ciillic ai il K mm a- Mr. member HI Hie climcli -tilrU Vnu ITKR B [3 0 K CO., Iw'p- fllHH, 1 II1IST BI.AO RIlOi; IN TICK fid dnOar earxr.I." T TT Shcnniin Ix'ou fo'.iuto L fitroiLil to llic f ihiliiiU1 in llic Sen-tie, butlw- took tl very llr.-a yiven litn t dcrlare cli-lnre. wiali lu sen Itic bruidtsL Iwc-unse it lltcrc ever w 1 Line when fair   of of wurhlly to llvu ic- Mr. Walker lind illJiUiiBiiisUfiU rn- selfby his eyleiMive en cal irflsea and his [acultytrf being succ ng ftil Tlic fun Sat a? gone to foi n new home, v Xnn ILiitcEiinsnn at Andn K) i- Ilierc hy the iLlness of h Amil. flj Mrs. K. Tones is very ill MrR.O. Krou-n ami chiMren, tr_ Ksilipiville, lawn, n re litre visii licr mother, Mrn, Comlj. ei al Vuss and son, t ai DcKaUr, 111., arc vishiny at Iconic of her fiUlicr, Mr. Line _. HA Xo Oil 1-- mitts lowas '1 per p.r-ro ai lieal Ktnl acres ailj'.lnintf citv at Ken' il ficn! House and !2 acrt-A of ground nn 0 en mlnnlcs walk from ce, "ff. hatisaiu, if swrti. I Uciif-'a Kstiue Uxcliaiiye. Mitels, ,D1 Ifiirnn, v.iM land Ln this and nl Itciio's lieu lErclnuuet It yon wlili lo sell, luy, rap-. m iinurf-tt   

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