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Morning Sun News (Newspaper) - January 30, 1890, Morning Sun, Iowa MORNING roLUME MORNING JANUARY Going Mail and a m Wayeryly a m No Minneapolis p m a m South Mail and p m Burlington p m Louis a m Way p m p m LOCAL LEAVE MOKNINQ SUN AS FOLLOWS Going East p m a m y p m Going p m 9 a m a m General Local Church ovory Sabbath a 11 a m and p m Sab bath School at Preaching each alternate Sabbath at Grove and Otter Creek at 3 p m mid Prayer Meeting Wed nesday evening at 30 PRESBYTERIAN vices every Sabbath at 11 a m and p Sabbath School at n m each Prayer and Bible reading every Wednesday evening at 7 oclock The Session hold themselves in readi ness at any time for UNITED PUKSBYTERIAN ovory Sabbath at 11 p Sabbath School at 10 Young Peoples Meeting p Ladfcs Missionary Friday of each monthat 8 p m Session meetings last Thursday of each month 2 p Services every Sabbath at 11 n in Sabbath School at Prayer Moot ing every Wednesday evening at FREE School 10 a Preaching at 11 a m Alternate Sabbath at 7 Prayei meeting Tuesday evening at the Hal anU ovening cottage prayoi KIRK LATTA Editors and of inc In Months in Three In Enlcrcd at t he pnstnffice at Morning us second class is announced that Governor Boies has engaged the services of late democratic candidate for ieutonant as his private sec The proposition to lengthen thoterm of the presidents office to six years and prohibit his holding two terms in is again being made in con The Democrats of Pennsylvania are balking of nominating General Master Workman Powderly as their candidate for The Republican position in Montana has been sustained by the Supreme This makes the Republican body the legal There is considerable gossip at the jiationul capitnl regarding Asst Post master Gonl Clnrkson and Alger embarking in a newspaper enterprise in Thirteen ballots wore taken at the Republican caucos at Des Moines yes on warden of the Madison penitentiary with no And now there is n deadlock on There are five Formal recognition of the United States of Brazil by this government was completed Wednesday when the president received tho cre dentials of Senator the new minister accredited by the provisional Tho board of naval officers appointed by Secretary of War Tracy will recom mend the construction of war an exchange A new inven tion is a whistling stopper fop bot tles containing poison upon tho shelves of tho prescription How would it do to apply them to thobottloa in tho hip pocket has appointed John Merrill as its industrial agent at a yearly salary of He is to keep constantly at work at homo and abroad in tho citys visiting eastern manufactories wishing western loca farmer boy came to Muscatino with to buy Ho fell among is pros was fleeced of his The business man for whom the money was intended now thinks that perhaps tho saloons and gamblers dont help business as much tut they star of Bethlehem will come into vision in a short this being its seventeenth appearance slnco tho birth of It paya us a visit once ery 815 years and is of wondrous illiancy for three appearing all that time as a star in the constella tion of It then gradually wanes and disappears after seventeen It tho it is which at tho Nativity came and stood over where tho young child thus guiding tho stops of the wise men of the East to the cradle of Morning Sun as a Shipping Point And its thousands of bargains now ready for Children Cry for Pitchers Cistoria When Baby was wo gaveher When ilic was n iho cried or When she became ilia clung toCastorla When she bud cho gave them Caste i CITY BARBER All work SUN Men Wanted Society of at tho cull of pios 14 recording Post moots Tuesday evening at 7 p m tho 2d and 4th Tuesdays of each in Grand Array hull in Grange Joseph at a tota cost of It will take years to construct this and it will make tho United States tho iirst naval power of tho Hnwfcoyo to Iho ex aiiplo of tho state of New which raised tho salary of its governor day from to tho in crease ol the salary of governor is being and there is a gen eral expression in favor of increasing it from now being to Tho report of tho eornmittoe on tho bill rcsubmitting the question of pro hibition to tho voters of South Dakota attention of the House Sat Five of the seven members of tho committee do not favor This proposition is not well received by tl e who want to seo prohibition have a fair and impartial AS Traveling General on Salary nnd Expenses or Liberal from A BARF OPPORTUNITY for any enerEtlc man o good to represent a reliable Nur sery Hleidy work Fall and or KtiRianteuil All stock For at this Is pleasantly located in Southeastern zoo southwest of 290 miles east of 340 miles south of St Paul and azs miles north of St Is surrounded by as good farming land as will be found anywhere in the A careful study of tho above map will show Morning Suns superior facilities as a distributing railroad connections being firstclass No city in Iowa of its size offers better inducements to those who want to give their children a firstclass education and rear them in a community free from the common vices of the larger than does Morning with her public splendid church privileges and healthful locality The people are enterprising and as evidenced by theirbtisiness energy and neat residences Morning Sun has several good industries and wants more Substantial induce mcnts to manufacturers desiring to Thoro are hundreds of good things in our immense stock that you want an4 that wo do of wo need the room they take lor other Wo cut tho pridosi That pleases you How you can for yon know how low prices wero in outf other clearing Some few things have boon out only 10 oy 15 per v Most things have had a n thlidtakon Sorno are out In Somo a good deal What bettor can you Of you know what a bargain You know that our prices arc always lower than when wo reduce as we are now you rjitri depoWtt on gotr tlng extraordinary have you over known any dnoa bargains to be as good as ours What has been reduced Dress Mens Wens Fancy Infants for A reduced price put on about everything in the Of course this sale will bo for Dont delay too long or tho goods bo ORQHARiy Morning Merchants andMechanics REMEMBER THAT Price Wiese5s A TTORNEYATLAW AND NOTA RY Collections promptly attended Mon to loan on real estate or personal secur Office in Brick MO11NIKG Bali editor of the Kansas in diseussii g the question of prohibition its cct upon KiuiKas says J fought prohibition for It w s adopted in spito of my best m d I have seen it Let mo tell y u Kansas will never go buck to Iho op n If the question wore ted prohibition would have a majority of Tho eastern people talk about prohibition not prr It HARRY Acent tar lie SIN6ER SEWING Al SO IIAND1 ES SEEDl ES AND KE HE IS PREPARED T I KEPAJB ALL KIND OF MACHINES Office with Lewilcct MORNING IS HEADQUARTERS AND BOTTOM PRICES FOR Artists Supplies Jefferson DONT FORGET OUR NEW ANOTHER SPLENDID GIFT Ati WOIfclC OF A To every now subscriber or renejyal for Weekly Globe TEN Successor to Boltz ft Owens CARPENTER and All work done in n pnorl plans mid specifications fiirnhified on short notice and free of Address Morning Toledo ONLY ONE The nint popular Weekb Newspaper tlic United Slat tee lintrst and llic Micttv Weekly Newspaper that ever suc ceeded iiifbinliiiHK and year atlcr ynr in Topcka I can got PHYSICIAN AND Office west side of Brick MORNING PHYSICIAN AND Office first door east of Brick MORNING Office above Holidays MORNING Corner Division and Blair MORNING STONE Cisterns built or re Good building stone furnished to MORNING is I hiivo n grandson up who has never seen a t tluit a ffoort thing1 The snloon and its crowd of hurd no longer a political alone in wor h nil prohibition has Thousands f man who fought tho measure the est havo boon us I Thorn isnt tho pousjiliility of i ropaii of tho If prohibition the tuilooii out of it IH worthy of the mool vospoctful attun IOWA Tho deadlock in tho lown House was broken Monday morning by a compro mise by which Wilson Rep was chosen temporary clerk and Hotchkisst Dem temporary speaker and the minor ofiicea were equally Tuesday morning the Republican caucus nomi nated Silas Wilson for permanent Shelton for permanent assistant clerk iintl put up candidates for tho minor The Democrats nominated of Linn for permanent Siionkor and pass ed nil other When House convened Tuesday afternoon the contest for permanent speaker was tali en The first rollcall resulted 41 Hamilton voted for Wilson and Wilson for Ham After five ballots tho House ad The deadlock was on once Balloting was resumed yester day with tho same 41 to Seventeen ballots wero If I wantildrtl k in every slate and But tho n every ulitcd I the better departments and morefiratclass gTOWJJ g enterinlninir anil Instructive reading than any oilier dollar paper Successor to C DEALER IN Boots and Shoes First class line of the above at the lowest possible I am hear to sell you goods and to please My assortment of staple and fancy boots and shoes is unsurpassed in the Callbe beautiml Seotoli A group of cattle and sheep by Rosa A piece of THE HORSE which until premium with tho Weekly The price of the Weekly GlobeDemocrat one and the The is only PIONEER RESTAURANT IS THE PLACE TO PURCHASE fine Canned Goods and Fancy Give him a ANNOUNCEMENT Ii Deed i her we shall conraence publication o tlie powerful Kmpwauce serial story of mnern The well author of the Uoy Traveller series of Thomas KIKIK is MIIW engaged In writing this for which we p iy roval Wu want storv the wide circulation It In the imprest of liumiilty parents should see that hejr children rend nnd especially the younir men of every cnnimiinilv in tins hrnad land shuiid he urged hy thosi who have an interest n them lo read tins The olber Matures nt the need pot be stated They are well end for a fice sample copy and see for SPEAKING OF SPECIMEN We invite every reader of this paper and every reader ol this to write us or two speci men eopies i write us a postal card im mediately or a specimen cop of the WKHKLV that vou may get a full description of Knoxs temperance serial Teetrtalle Dick write us again for another free specimen ofthe and we w II send you a paper containing the opeiiiiiK clinpers of flit Bend the uames and addresses of all your Friends at the OW1DENTIAL TO Anybody can earn ten dollars verv quickly by raising clubs lor the We nre piiylng the highest amiiunt for clubs ever offered by any We want agents Wtite us for confidential terms to THE Firstclass mcalu furniKhed at all W HUNG Morning StiueasHor to rRANKLIN SPECIALIST Fourth JoiTorsoii Hours 912 24 McClurkin Cashier Tho Woir Plow of turned out uuHivatoia last your READ THE I Ono of tlie Beat Kcpubliciin Newspapers in Iowa72 Col umns Write for free sample Tho Gate City and Tlio News one year for Read tho genuine and old reliable EXCHANGE MORNING Transact a general banking Col lections will receive prompt Firstclass insurance risks W HORSE Wall take horses to Will break horses to trains horses for Recommendatious first CORHIK9 tho tracks of Contwil Pucilic llond are said to ho ov ered by snow to a depth of IHty Nollio ilio globe ariivod in Now York eon 72 0 hours and 11 minutes in her trip around tho who ruuontly as Bumod tho duties of tlio MhorilVa oiHco lit IK tho HrHt dojnocrat who ovor held n county oilico in Henry fnrmeiH of JMKM county want the legislature to inuronsio the bounty on wolf tho varmintH tiro playing havoc with their sheep mid other nt DanvcrH Tuesday dontroyod the dregutional an histtiric strm it the HUcccHscir of the church iu wbioii the wituUoruii troubles Other Bocalled Homo Magazine aro This old standby bcginn Uf Mill silcressiye year In ISJO anil ID BEITEIl AND BRIGHTER THAN Arthurs Is a mnRaxJnc of finml reading Its stories nrc the anil Its Deparunenis lie vited tn Girs anil Home Mnlhers Home DecorHlioi notonlv brlKht clieerlul hui UK There is never any piuUting in Arthurs 407 And all kinds of musical instru sheet music nnd music wholesale and Ev erything new ami the largest stock in the city to soled FOR and dry Pole Subscribers desiring both pictures can The Horse Fair for 25 cents Postmasters and news dealers will take di rect to the GLOBE for sample copy of BARGAINS As trade has not it on count ot low prices on prod we have decided to sell for the next 30 days any or all of our stock of LADIES AND GENTS xGOLD Silver and Stains Silver Piafcei All the first class poultry we can for which tho highest Oiish price will be paid Stonnonts old Morning Clark All Kinds at a reduo ion of 15 to 25 per pentr Now is your time to get these goods hard time and we mean Yours Very Respectfully Morning Price only a with large allow ires to Read tbe Club Kites for Two free hy post i M Three 4 wilh u Iree mbii lo ft 60 Five cv ii n Seven Samiile IQ eich hip HIP prlreof tin Sample m iy be ileilurierl from Ih t a ih sequeiil llius uiiikluK the L lean ol lie luniHhcd IQ for Itnlr wn file ARTHUR y let and Davis Emerson Oeruine Kimball Pian Hale 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