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   Morning Sun News (Newspaper) - July 18, 1895, Morning Sun, Iowa                                VOLUME MORNING JULY NUMBER ATTORNEYATLAW NOTARY Collections promptly attended Mon ey to I6an on real estate or personal security Office over Holidays PHYSICIAN and Office days Monday Saturday m side Brick MORNING GRAHAM PHYSICIANS Office 1st door east of brick block Calls responded to McClellan lodges 2nd door east ofthe M MORNING PHYSICIAN and t Office days Monday Saturday Office over Brown Hewitts MORNING EXCHANGE Transact a general banking Col lections will receive prompt First class insurance risks MORNING EDGARS TONSORIAL PARLOR Is the place for good barber wbrk of all kinds atthe usual Sutlsf action guar I have recently fitted up a now Butti Boom and am now prepared to Rive HOT AND COLD Dealer In Staple Groceries Our stock of GroceriesIs clean and Goodbargains for you Country produce Morning 53 Marble Newest and beat designsin monu ments in JEjedford Swedish or American Stone curbing for cemetery lots a Bases and stone foundations for building Kilpatrlck WH Thompson Of Cedar Watchmaker and Allwork Located at the Morn Ing Sun Drug Cash for I also cairy the best grades of Flour and Give me a Patronize the City Meat Market YOU WANT Fresh and Salt Meats Of all We keep them on hands at all times and at prices as cheap as they can be I also deal in country produce and Give me a MORNING SUN LATTA Editors and Rates of One in Six In Three in Entered at the Postoffice as secondclass PBTMA1Y The Republican primary election to iiom Inato finndidatos for officersof ItfulsacoUhty AUGUST Candidates for tihe followingbraces will be chosQn 1 Superintendent of Member Board of 2nd In Morning Columbus and Columbus City the polls will open at 0 o clock and close at 7 oclock i In all other precincts the polls will open at 1 oclock and close at 7 oclock By order of the Republican Central OsCAti EDITORS Please announce mo a candidate for the office of county subject to the decision of tlie republican primary EDITORS Please announce that I will be a candidate at the Republican pri mary election for ithe office of treasurer of Louisa EDITOR NEWS Please announce mo a for nomination to the office of county superintendent of subject to the decision of the Republican primary XIZKIE EDITORS announce that I a candidate for the office of county subject to tho coming Re publican primary f s EDITORS announce that r am a candidate for Subject to tho decision ofthe Republican EDITORS announce that I am a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Louisa subject to the decision of the Republican primary election to be held August DBS MODTESaOBBESPONDENT ON THE This is indeed a marvelous city of built upon an arid where less than a generation ago the antelope and deer fed upon the bunch grass growing between the clumps of sage and grease Its though busy in the search for silver and have nevertheless built their city in a most solid and substantial as well as in a highly artistic Its beautiful public and ele gant homes attest its piogress in the direction of higher The Capitol is of fine gray which unfortunately from its metallic looks as if it were It a massive building and will when an honor to the Centennial but it cannot compare with our either out side in artistic effect or on the inside with fine large views it has nottiing of the magnificent distances of our Cap but is cut up into small Yet itis a great as solid as the eternal hills which are so well seen from its towering The National Teachers Association has taken the city and the silver moun ted blue badge is seen on the breast of three out of every five persons you Denver is opening its arms Ijo receive the and its hos pitality like its rarefied atmosphere is most We are just a mile above the We can hardly realize so gradual has been the The heart beats faster the breathing is more ra and until one becomes used to the change it is very easy to become fa Denver is a clean city its asphalt paving is as clean as a floor and its sewerage system is nearly One soon notices that there are but very few wooden houses and none except in the very Brick is the most though there are many fine stone The dwelling portion of the city is very Some of the streets will compare favorably with the fa mous Avenue of And then there are the great Rocky Moun tains in plain changing with the varying seasons and Old and yet ever a delight when the sun glints their sides with an awe inspiring Bight when winter sweeps their Snbwy but an inspira tion Every one you who has been a resident for any considerable is a free coinage silver advocate and is ready to itupon every oc Politics all else is this seems to be the head and front of Coloradospolitical gospel at the present 5 A dispatch from Iowa conveys the r news that General Drake is the repub lican nominee for All right a good will make a for Drake go as soon as the next week I will give readers a sketch of some of Colorados v IOWA WEATHEBdBOP CENTRAL j DBS July J The daily mean temperature of the past week was about G degrees below and the farmers of the state had six days of dry cool weather for working in harvest In the northern districts a light frost on the morning of the 9th slightly dam aged garden truck and corn onlot torn but it will not materially lessen the Reports mailed before the 14th indi cated drouthy conditions in nearly all districts and in the eastern counties the small grain and crops have been materiallyinjured tiy the pro tracted The copious of Saturday night and Sunday afforded substantial in localities which later reports fcave beqn received and it is believed that larger part of the state received some measure of benefit from these tinjely The harvest of winter grajn and bar ley is practically with fair ly satisfactory arid the bats harvest is welFunder way sec Corn is generally doing well in all arid in the most favored sec tions it lias reached the tasseling and earing Potatoes and the minor cropsare in fair tf BERKSHIRE The Spiritual and Intellectual Forces Aro Strong Among And this so favored by na owes much of its character and in terest to history as Settled lat er than the the western part of the state was in its beginnings made up of more varied elements than the From the valley of the Connect icut colonists pushed through the moun tain gaps into that of the Honsatonic the hills attracted settlers from the flat and sandy lauds of Cape while the Dutch from New have left in name and character their impress upon the Berkshire people of Spiritual and intellectual forces were largely prominent in the laying of its founda and such forces have contributed and continued their influences ever Missionary represented by such names as Eliot and founded Jonathan Edwards here spent the years which represented the prime and fullness of his Ephraim tho fighter in the French and Indian on the left his fortune to plant and endow the college which bears his Mark Berkshire born and another Arnold of set his stamp upon a whole generation throughout its history saints and scholars have both represented and impressed its The reasonings of Jonathan which for gotad and evil have had so great an influence up fon theological found their most powerful expression in his treatise on the which was he liyed in Lenox heard the last public utterances of Ghanning his Orville born 100 years ago 1794 ai long made that place Ms and were bom the two one the presi dent of Columbia the other the soldier scholar of our civil Oliver Wendell Holmes lived for years at Catharine Maria Sedgwiok drew around her at Stockbridge and Lenox a distinguished circle of the best literary society of our own country and cultivated wanderers from the old Fanny Kemble here made for years her Herman GK George William Cur Matthew Arnold and others lingered among and loved the beauty of these where plain living aud highthink eJtound noble exprejsiott inthe Have you been thinking L6f buying a new cooking stove Are you in need of one Let interest you with a word about the This Range is mkde of steel and malleable strongest and is the honest The consumption of Jfuej thef operation of the oven are governed ty new v 1895 fire linings warranted five years against burning other parts forever against Selzer Morning past and whore here and there tEey still spito of the inflowing tide of wealth aud luxury that floods the Berkshire of Lawrence in Trees That Die When Men Live Near The deaths of nearly all the pine trees in Asbnry Park giye rise to anon terecting question as to whether or not it is truo that this tree is so wild by na ture that it will not endure It is tho breed1 of pine thatgrows in the saud close to tho seashore of which this seems to be Anbury Park is builtupon a former beach extending three miles inland to tho edge of tho great forest that roaches from Ea back of Long to Cape This forest is callqd Tho because of tho preponderance of pine trees in the other trees that are plen tiful there being mainly oaks of four a few sassafras andJwlliefl and The pines still flourish in the woods but in the town a large fraction of the few that remain are sickly and Thousands have died arid been cut down since the tree embowered town was built in the woods a quarter of a century The vil lagers sajr they die because it kills them to have human beings walk beside They say that even in the forest the pines that stand beside the footpaths are the first to Others credit their de struction in the village to the shaking of the earth by the heavy trolley cars and steam railway and still oth ers declare watering and topsoiling the sandy ground is what has done the The truth is yet to be but certain it is that they are dying and that already Asbury Park has lost most of its noblest York YEARS OF INTENSE druggist and physi who suffered with heart disease for four yearSi trying every remedy and all treatments known to him self and fellowpractitioners j believes that heart disease Is He writes I wish to tell what your valuable medi cine has done for For four years I had heart disease of tho very worst Sev eral physicians I said it was Rheumatism of the It was almost un endurable with Shortness of palpita severe unable to especially on the left No pen can de scribe my sqffer particularly uring the last intbs of those lour weary I Anally tried Miles New Heart and was surprised at the It put new life and made a new man of I have not had a symptom of trouble since and I am satisfied your medicine has cured me for I have now since taking it Three Years of Splendid I might add that I am a druggist and have sold and recommended your Heart for 1 know what it has done for me and only wish I could state more clearly my suffer ing then and the good health I now Your and other remedies also give excellent May Miles Heart Cure is sold on a positive guarantee that the first bottle will All druggists sell It at 0 bottles or it will be on receipt of price by tneDrT Miles Medical Heart Cure Restores Health FOR Fine Footwear GOTO WRIGHT All the neat and attractive i styles in s Wall AT Personal From Coclar Rapids Evening July When will people learn that person al attacks are boomerangs and always return against those who make them The attack on the persorial character Auditor McCarthy and the li bel suit growing out of it is still on the An attack has been made by one who is trying to run a little clerks insurance against the Bankers Accident Company of Dea Barnes has an advertising mediuin through which evidently put his foot iti by worse slander upon the officers of 1the Bankers than was published concern ing as he attacks the per sonal character of the Some think Barnes for thV men are above reproach and their company js the best most worthy Barnes up the fight which was begun by a New York concern which has gone out of business in and the company assailed threatens to it warm for all who circulate the stuff published by Codiranfs Drug   

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