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Monticello Express (Newspaper) - July 23, 1885, Monticello, Iowa TICELLO HERRICK EACH FOR AND FOR VOLUME JONES JULY NUMBER THE MONTIGELLO PUBLISHED EVERY HHSTiniOIC dc Editors and Terms of pur year oat of 15 centa additional for A Tripto A Iietter Prom Descriptive of Hla CAL July To the Editors of ike Express Should the demands of business or the requirements ot health or pleasure im pel any of your readers to visit the Pacific we would suggest that they procure tickets the Denver and Rio Grande This will give an opportuity to see some of the finest scenery on this conti and also to see the finest city of its size of which this country can We reached Denver on the mom ing of June and spent the day view ing the fine business blocks the magnifi cent public buildings the imposing churches the beautiful and commodious school buildings and the palatial reel deuces which are so numerous in this city of twentyfive years It it a charm ing and the snowsapped mountai ns on the west give a lovely set We met our former well known and his son who are engaged in business Mine host of the old Buruet House loves his joke as dearly as and he perpetrated a good one on his worthy spouse when we were taking tea with By an over Bight had not placed any butter on the and turning to me with a serious observed that if I remained in Denver I would notice that very few people ever had butter on the The next morning we boarded the train on the which runs south from skirting the base of the Rocky Mountains to South The view from the moving train is a succes sion of charming pictures of mountain the historical Pikes Peak being almost constantly in During the afternoon the train passed through the Grand Canon of the and climbed to the summit of Marshal We shall not attempt any description of the scenery along this part of the for we have not the ability to the reader any ju8tr conception of its wild and rugged Nothing so BUblime ever charmed our senses and so impressed us with the puny insig nificanceof the works ot Going oyer Marshal Pass the road doubles on itself is often only a groove cut into the mountain Before com mencing the ascent the train is cut in and two engines are attached to each half of the but even with this in crease of power the engines must work like Trojans to reach the summit of the mountain Harder and harder the engines higher and higher we till above the snow and can Bee the white drifts lying far below and at the summit we pass a drift close by the which must be eight feet In going down the mountain we passed Block Canon by but we have no words to describe the views and the moonlight Our next stopping place was Salt Lake headquarters tor Latter Day Temple au enclosure surrounded by a wall about twelve feet is the principal object of Within the enclosure is the Assembly and the temple in process of The temple was begun more than thirty years and will require seven more years to complete The walls are nine feet thick at the and have reached a height of about one hun dred The temple will he used for conferring some of the secret mystical rites of the atter it is The Tabernacle is an oblong building 5520x150 covered by a self supporting made entirely pi nails or iron being used in its The Tabernacle Is used for public has a seating capacity of ten and contains one of the largest and fcnest organs in this Assembly TIall is a handsome granite made of refuse stone left in constructing the tem and is also used for publib Bait is beautifully laid out the Streets are exceedingly and a stream of cold water runs along either which keeps the rows of shade trees and The following sign on one of the largest business pro duces a startling effect when you first read it Holiness to the Lord Zions Operative Mercantile The cabalistic are frequently Been on business and the faithful are supposed to do their trading at these Wo were very much pleased with this beautiful aud think we should like to live there if we were permitted lo embrace that part of tho Mormon creed which provides a man with five or six charming wives but Uncle Sain is envi ous of the average Latter Day and has declared that one wife at a time is enough for any and sometimes too much and so we concluded to go and taking the next train we On the morning of July 1st we arrived at San and the next morning were steaming through the Golden Gittc on the Los The rocks just outside the bay were covered with and many more were disporting in the This was a novel sight to but we saw them frequently and just off Monteray we saw a and farther down passed through a school of jelly on which the whales Our first voyage on salt water passed very a brief half hour the first night after going to bed and early on the morning of July 4th we reached this our Here we rest for a and as the who has followed me for nearly three thousand miles would doubtless like to do the we will bring this letter to a with kiad regards to all the dear friends we have left Very sincerely At this writing the thermometer marks 100 in the A suit was tried before Polcy The plaintiff hired himself to the defendant for the term of 6 months at per He left before the time was up and sued for as balance of appeared for plaintiff and defendant fought his own The defendant asked for The jury after listening to the evidence and the able came to a decision after being out some They brought in a verdict of for the We heard it rumored that John Prazer of this place has exchanged hearts with a fair SPECULATJrtG IN How Poor Young Men nre Enabled to Marry Rich Larry is speculating in I said one of a party of gentlemen who were seated in tho read ingroom of the Fifth Avenue hotel last Speculating in marriages repeated another of the For goodness sake what kind of business is that he lends money to young fellows who hayc prospects of marrying rich said the first Not long ago a goodlooking young fellow with charming but came here from He was ad mitted into good society and the daughter of a rich merchant fell in love with The young Philadriphian was about to drop the courtship he did not have the necessary money to keep it He knew and when he met him one day he told him of his love af If you are sure you can win the said I will furnish the money and you can pay me back when you get your rich With the money he got from Larry he was able to dross better and to go out a great deal The young ladys parents thought the young man had and they readily consented to his union with their They were finally married and the young man was started in busi by Iris He has to pay back the principal to Larry with heavy Larry was so en couraged that now he has anotheryoung The young fellow in LETTISH A list of letters remaining in the office at and advertised July John Wright Ervin CROMWELL DRESS SHIRTS July The lawn aoclable held in tho school grounds Friday July 10 was a very enjoyable af Tho first gave a good then the supper was passed after which all enjoyed themselves in various ways until a late Quito a number of young people from Wyoming were Miss Bessie of visited rela tives at this place week before Misa of visited McOanicl last Noyea visited a few days in Anamosa last Misa Mary of is with the family of at this Noyes is her of visiting her Schmidt has built a harness shop at this Kobcrt of Belle is visiting his son near Ho filled tho pulpit at tho Church Sunday Miss Mary of is visiting her Lydia at this Miss Lena Hoffman is visiting the family of her Bowens Prairie BOWENS July Owing to the continued rain the farmers linvo not made muck progress in Some of onr welltodo farmers had better petition to have the days or another one added to the so they will not have to work formerly Belle is visiting on the Miss Emily of liazel was visiting on the Prairie Craig fell and hurt his leg last Misa Baird is visiting at Little had a horse break through a plat form over a It fell 18 but is not in jured Grade and Carrie Hicks are spending a few days on the Little la building a new horse man in The jroung very popular with the and he has a fair chance of securing a rich wife be fore the winter is Larry is also arranging to carry on this line of specu lation with Ho made his in Colorado by staking and as ho puts he is now to stake men who are trying to strike gold in matrimonial Whenever man can con iviiice by the production of love and other reliable evidence that hois reasonably sure of marrying a rich I Larry will lend him the money to go He runs a great risk of but he charges 100 per interest and keeps love letters for bectideg taking a note which states for what pur pose the borrower expects to use the If Iks comes out all right in his he is sure to pay as he is in Larrys and even it ho is un successful ho will be very apt to try and himself of the as an would to say tho un I once knew a gambler who backed up a young said a third member of tho about the same The person had once been quite well oft and belonged to an excellent But ho got down in the world and was in a bad as he was incapable of making a living in any Why dont you marry a lady with plenty of money and bo indniinnilnnt asked his gambling ft1 Cant do because I money to appear H people are have lost my The tho money which i season the fellm REAL ESTATE July to July John H Walfe to A CUy n of wi le nw and n UK aw nw of 15 Wyoming to ThotnM H Lightfoot lot iilit Wyoming Treaiurer Jonei Co M Uaatuel uud nw nw uw of 12 A D to Ruth Majrbcrry lot 135 irrtguUr plat C W llollenbeck to Bnel pt lot 0 of and pt loU 7 and 8 aw of 10 Pairvlew Bucl Evana to H W Blgworth M laat H W iigworth to Aia W Smith M laat John Morrit to Samuel W Todd aw and ae and elf a w lot S of g J Frank Bone to Samuel W Todd wX e4 M 1 10 300 80 100 100 7330 ISO I 8 watering of one not and I nut that I I i Hie young lo furnish o tho all tho ixl in the I to have I ill a u witu a ncn and hmtha following On filing day her father gave her as a When the bride groom came to settle up with his tins he was indebted to him Three months afterward he gave the gambler The couple are living happily today on Fifth In Chicago a number of pawnbrokers will advance money for this aiu which hi with a rich The American nation has a double and Its liberty it has guarded but until very re cent years it seems to have been indiffer ent to the loss of its lauded estate and ig norant of the methods by which it has been A veteran the who has giveu special attention to the acts disposing of our public tells the story in brief in a contribution to the North American Review for In the same number five medical authorities discuss the ques Can Cholera be Averted Felix Oswald contributes a suggestive article oa The Animal Soul and the in A Profane View of the brings an indictment against the daily The other articles one on The Price of by Chailes Botsford one on Temperance Reform by and he chapter of by various on articles in previous Theres a town in Massachusetts that will never have the Its Had Aud one in Maine that can never escape for it is always ure to A Special dispatch to The Times from Cascade yesterday announces that Emimi of that attempted suicide Suudny evening by taking a large dose of Physicians were hastily who administered an tidotes iiDd succeeded in saving her Arnold is a oriy to the recent scan dal in city of which mention was made nt the It is thought that the matter so preyed upon her mind that it drove her to attempt suicide by this means get rid of the grim specter in her Arnold is still very weak from the effects of the but hopes are entertained that she will The Wyoming after repeating what THE EXIUESS has said concerning the candidacy of Wood for Coun ty adds the following We cun heartily endorse the good words spoken in favor of Woods candidacy in the above We have had the pleasure of Woods acquaintance for quite a numiier of and know him to be a gentleman of culture and refine as vviilI as i most pleasant and ac curate business of an equitable tern pcramont mid kindly We believe him peculiarly fitted to do the people Hie best of service in the office ot Suporinlnndint of public instruction in Jones county iind would be pleased to see liiin in Unit Time is a1 ways represented carrying a and we suppose he will continue to carry tliih primitive ngrieullural im plement until time shall be no ac of 3 Norton to Samuel W Todd eX ae 10 of 8 JJMcrrittoaamucl WToddawie to ot 3 180 by fheriff to of Gordon pt blk 9 II Croubjr to Leo Croaby lott Summer tourist excursion ticketa to Canada and Vermont also to Buf falo and Chautauqua for sale at any time after June and good to turn at any time before These are sold at excursion rates from All parties going east this summer who intend to return during the summer or fall should make a note of this as it will save each passenger for the round The Hot Weather Of midsummer has a weakening effect both upon body and Yon feel ab solutely incapable of doiugany and even light duties are perform ed languidly and This low state of the system causes even greater and gives opportunity or serious disease to gain a In this con dltion the system is quick to respond to the and strengthen ing effects of Hoods which purifies the regulates the digestive and infuses fresh lite and vigor into every portion ol the People who have taken it write saying It puts new life right into It makes me young if you suffer from summer try Hoods Bar 100 Doses 53lm A Remarkable Mary Dai of was afflicted six years with Asthma and during which time the best physicians could give no Her life was despaired until in last October she procured a bottle of Kings New when immediate relief was and by continuing its use for a short time she was completely gaining in flesh 50 in a few Free Tiial bottles of this certain cure of nil Throat and Lung Diseases at Buchcr Drug Large bottles Economical wives are getting scarcer every There are some married wom en who do not save enough in two years to pay their husbands bar bill for a Courier The New York Medical Record says Cholera is now ID the third year of travels from India and its virulence is In the epidemic of there were so many deaths at Dearborne now and over ten per cent of the population of New Or leans died from it was then in the sixth year of its travels from hav ing started in Its virulence is not so far gone but it may cause us much trouble but there has been great im provement in the treatment of cholera since 1832 so that many more recover now than Use Chamberlains Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as ed and fully 09 cases of 100 will re It is unequalled not only for cholera but the milder forms of bowel such as cholera dys entery and 25 60 cent and f 1 S 0 3 m o O n 3 3 a 3 83 3n J2 3 I Q Jhft H HOLD ONLY AT TIIK Central Block WILLS SCHIPMAN IS ON THE WAR WITH TOMAHAWK AND SCALPING HE WILL NOT HARM BUT HE IS SLAUGH TERING THE PRICE OP HIS SUMMER CLOTHING He knows that it is almost an insult to talk about Clothing this But you have got to and you know as well as he does that hot weather will continue until the middle of and that you might just as well quit wearing your Winter Clothes and let him fit you out in something He will do it in so cool a and so that you will hereafter consider him your greatest BUY OF AND YOULL HAVE SOME STYLE ABOUT GENERAL AND DEALEK lit oir Coffins and Burial Robes Cheaper than can be Bought elsewhere In Jones Agent for the Hartford Sewing at the Very Loivest Flrat near T f A B Tli M IF tt fj A wise exchange says only one woman in a thousand can This probab ly results from the fact that so long as a woman can talk she doesnt care to The One Great Chance for Agents Tlie Biouraphy of General A record of a Great Life and the history of a Military Greatest ever Beautiful order only f The work contains the most ac curate history of the rebellion over 700 Agents prospectus at THE UAKNKS Cold Pens and and a few FirstClass Sewing TUat will be Sola at Lees than Watch Repairing a Three doors East of Kahos Clothing The Old Reliable Grocer HAS THE Finest and Cheapest Stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries in Koopt ccuslmiUy on baud SALTED AND SMOKED Oooda Delivered in all partt of the EVERGREEN FARM IlIK UKPKltSIGNKI HAH KOB BALE BVERGUEEKS C to 3 or 4 feet Raspberry nucl lilackbcrry bed BUndard varieties of 1limi aud Cherry 1 to 3 years SMALL WJutt Hardy Catalpa and KUbHIAN MULllKKKY 1 yunr lor groves ami Ornamciital iiud a gmerul stock of itll LotiiH know what you mid tut our everything we nell to in OOOD THllli TO AND WK HEBE TO MAKE THK GUARANTEE Call on or write to ABB KDWAKD Scotch
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