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   Morning Sun News (Newspaper) - May 3, 1894, Morning Sun, Iowa                                VOLUME IOWA MAY FRED A TTORNEYATLAW ANDNOTA xx RY CollecEons promptly attended Mon ey to loan bn real estate or personal secur Office Stormont MORNING DUMBER 35 v Office days Mon day Satur day Office days Mon day Friday ALLEN PHYSICIANS AND Office west side of Brick MdRNING SUNi EXCHANGE MORNING Transact a general banking Col lections will receive prompt Firstclass insurance risks KlBK MOEJUHINSJBY LATTA ft Editors and Rates of One In Six in 4 Three In Entered at the Postoffice at Morning as secondGlads matter General Insurance the best Money to loan and Iowa lands for MORNING REPUBLICAN JUDICIAL CONVEN A t March A judicial convention of the Republican Party of the 6th sixth district of will be held at on the 23rd day of at 11 oclock for the purposeof nominating three candi dates for District Judges of the Judi cial District of Dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries Our stock of Groceries clean and Good bargains for country produce Morning 62 PATRONIZE EDGARS Tonsorial MORNING FARMS FOR I have several good farms for Parties fishing to purchase should call ori or address me at Papties having good farms for sale will do wellto place them with me for Lam advertising quite exten in eastern u onven one delegate for each county in said Judicial District and one additional delegate for each two hundred votes and a one hundred or oast for ItoFarlarid for Secretary of at the general election in the year of The counties will be entitled to delegates as follows i Jasper County l 8163 Keokuk 2608 14 Louisa 1800 10 Mahaska 3946 18 Poweshiek 2376 J8 Washington 2520 14 By order of TUCKER JOHK CASH PAID Etc REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVEN COLUMBUS April is94 A convention of the Republicans of Louisa is hereby called to meet at the on Thursday the 10th day of at 10 oclock for the purpose of selecting delegates to at tend the Republican Judicial Convention to be held at on the 28rd day of and to transact such other busi ness as may be The basis of representation of the several precincts will one delegate fromeach and one delegate for eacfi fifty votes or fraction over twentyfive oast for Frank general election in The following table shows the represeata tlon of the folio wing precincts Columbus City 865 e Columbus Junction 168 4 Concord 79 3 Elm Grove 82 8 Elliot 67 2 Grand view ijs g Marshall Morning Sun Jefferson Port Louisa Hopewell Oakland Union Wapello Ti 2H5 74 55 83 46 53 244 6 2 2 2 2 2 6 K Wu UUIi UllV I at their general voting I also carry the best grades of Flour and Give me a call at Fonts old 8 To the CITY MEAT MAR KET when yon want Fresh and Salt MEATS Of all We keep them on hands at alltimes and at as cheap as can be also deal in coun try produp and Give Morning SUMMER SCHOOL OP All young people wantto be business men and if you want to learn Pan Shorthand arid Typewrfting to enable you to enter a business bouse at a good salary or if you want to review your studies In English as a preparation for teach attend The Capital City Commercial Col Studentemay enter at any Good board at low Srthy students assisted to The ing schools of commerce in the West even though you do 0 Curing the summer but go tlme the MEHAN DCS OUR DES MOINES DES April Special Kelleys army is the first man reached here last He seems to be a rather intelligent but erratic fellow who was court martialed at Council but who has decided tofall on the neck of his former commander and weep himself into esteem when Kelly puts in an appearance The trades assemblies have appointed com mittees to canvass the city for provis ions for the Kelly fully expects to have his army sent forward from Des Moines Time will The Grand Army committees ap pointed to make arrangements for Memorial Day passed the following re solution That we condemn and de nounce the growing tendency to dese crate Memorial Day with and various sports that it is unloyal and unreverential to make this sacred day one of amusement and rejoicings The Grand Army is right but the average American would not be content in Paradise unless he could have a base ball a tub or the climbing of a greased If such could have their Memorial Day would be turned into an Irish Quite an excitement was produced here by a man named Goodwin passing a draft upon the Valley Nation al bank which had been raised from to the swindle was dis before Goodwin got out of the It was a very sleek piece of Even the originally well had been filled up and reperforated in such a way that when examined by experts it could hardly be Goodwin has waived and is wating in jail OR Thursday April the Odd Fel lows of Des Moines and the surround ing towns took the They came Web ster and various other The celebration began with a parade at The parade was There were some two thousand men in The demonstration did great to the Immediately after the a meeting was held in Cycling and speeches were made by leading Odd and also members the Rebecca Des Moines is famous for its Odd the lodges here numbering something over fourteen hundred One of the amus ing sights on the streets was a live his horns decorated with trir and his body covered with a scarlet The ladles of the Re becca degree gave a supper to the hundreds were The meeting here was a Success in every sense of the Political matters are warming up slightly The republican com mittee of the fifth judicial district have called a judicial convention to meet at July 12thto nominate three judges for the district included and Adair The pres ent judges are H and Captain it is will be nominated to congress by clamation as his Weaver has been invited to move to Kansas to run for congress in Leases home but the wary populist has concluded not accept the x OliPnew park is to June and Des Moines is agitating itself as to what it is to be So far every name from Adam to one of the present park has been of this cityp has been ap pointed to the vacancy on thenjonu ment commission caused by the res ignationof The old capital is being removed as a prep aration for the erection of the monu The writer made a flying trip to the State Agricultural College at find a handsome car drawn by a motor waiting to take him out whibh he had often made on diagonally across the The motor line is a great A visitor who has not seen the college will be greatly surprised at the improve mentthat has been going The Agricultural and Morrel two magnificent been erected within the last two The office building and physical laboratories have been enlarged and The main building has been refloored and and will be newly plas tered and refitted during the coming as will also the A new called the Ladies will be erected between this and next One of the most interesting buildings at the College is the new Creamery it is the largest in the and I might perhaps the best and most scientifically managed as There is a large increase in attendance at the and Presi dent Beardshear is demonstrating his ability to manage this great institution to a degree greater even than his most ardent admirers had IOWA CROP AND WEATHER RE CENTRAL DES May The month just closed has beenun usually favorable for farm work and the advancement of The daily moan temperature for the month was two tothree degrees above the and the rainfall was seasonable in The past week brought high temper ature and abundant closing with and well distributed greatly improving all crop prospects and Cereals and grass are doing notably Reports indicate that a very large acrerge is prepared for and in every district a good beginning has been made in With a con tinuance of the present favorable con ditions the bulk of planting will be before the 10th of two weeks earlier than the Fruit prospects are very much bet ter than was anticipated at the beginn ing of This Space belongs to FRED for Sale FARM of 100 acres two miles north of Morning FARM of 160 miles vnorth of Morning Good stock abundant supply of EIGHTY ACEE FARM near all prairie land under In the best farming section in the FARM of one mile south of Morning well A bargain if taken FARM of 140 acres near Colnmblis All under Good 160 acres three miles north of Morning Good house and barn and other FARM of 150 acres seyen miles northwest of Morning 40 acres of Well The best Livery Barn in Louisa now occupied by Wilson One block south of brick I 40 acres pasture land for rent 12 miles west of Moraine 60 2 miles north good supply of Money to Loan on Real Estate and Personal i Hundreds of Patter us to select WALL BRUSHES AND PAINTS Harrison best Mixed and other best House and Sign Painting 412 JEFFERSON Canned Dried Stock fresh and See my line of boots Morning MERGNM man who called sarsaparilla a had good reason for he got hold of a worthless mixture at reduced He changed his how when he began to take Ayers It pays to be when buying handsome and elegant new lines of suitings both foreign and v Best qualities at lowest Good fits and first class Give them a AGENTS to our choice and hardy nur sery either on Salary or We also give our men the privilege of sell ing our new and choice varieties of seed Secure the agency at which win handsomely repay you as now is the time to sell such goods for spring MAY Nurserymen and Propagators of Choice Seed JTotx   

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