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Williamsburg Journal Tribune (Newspaper) - August 29, 1890, Williamsburg, Iowa ALL THf Subscribe for it The Williamsburgh jon Is Full find VOLUME IOWA AUGUST Savings I Hi OF ELLIS 1L i Transacts a General Banking Loans on Real Estate Security and Domestic Exchange Bought and Interest Paid on Time Collections Receive Prompt and Careful Kimi City SO LID it o return thanks for the very liberal of anil the public hi e again announce our to adhere to pursued during I lie FAIR With this und in view wo have to PERFECT CONFIDENCE on Loth Hides of die The onr ENDEAVOR inr most and our evsr trade ttu excellent ilio appreciation in such POLICY a AH on paper are and in tlut of impressions of the value and quality the we cordially invite intending to inspect our when them In do Our Dry Goods stands unrivalled in the and Closing out our stock of ready made at al so ute to putting in a full line of ffe also wry a full and well assorted stock of Gro splendid value in Golden Japan and Gunpowder Onr Boots and Shoes are second to This depart vre made a SOLD AND CLOSIC DEALINGS CASH IOWA LUMBER COMPANY Dealers in Lime and all kinds of Building Our Stock is all new and Prices as low as the lowest paid foi HUGHES and Illinois and What ALSO Thi and Hard BUILDING AlSO LIME AND Exclusive Said of tho Popular Kane School are invited to call sample and We pay ot all times Holiest MarUt Irice Cor Hides and AND COAL At the of her in Dav id of New as the next democratic candidate for president of the United Poor old Ireland She raises no thing except and every four or five just often enough to keep tho people even this scanty sustenance is with hold by partial This year again the crop is almost a The American people have some for instance we pay the distillers and brewers who destroy us second politicians who cheat actors and those amuse us and least of teachers and preachers who instruct and save Morton says she thinks no is at present sufficiently versed in the science of government to become president of the United Great heavens If no Am erican educated as they now is as well versed in the science of government as sorno of the dents we have we pro the It is true that they may not be able to a 17 inch collar or grandfathers but in all that goes to make good gov they are far superior tf An though ever so is sufficient to place a black spot upon the character of a that can never bo fully The vile deeds of though over wicked and soon die and in many seem only to have been stepping stones to posi tions of honor and But the least suspicion whispered to the breeze against the fair like a smouldering continues to until the purest and most nocent is driven from happiness and usefulness to Never say word against the character a tea Brown is that beats Everybody makes three surprises in is thats a mild owing to the fact that he is bran and un known and Ha its a boy is it a fine hair on his He is talk ed about at the dinner or When ho is married Xo Well the dickens Who is she Can he support a wife Genuine love and so dies Browns dead You dont say so When did he die Conscious Resigned Leave a will What was his age By George I cant realize that Brown is He was a good And so And then as there was a before ho was eternal silence before an ever asting silence after life being a narrow isthmus two The grandest product of the farm are and In every ave nue of where capacity and energy are tlie man who pushes to the front is tho son of a Ho has tho intelli gence there is a sort of broad com mon sense running through his He has a constitution that can en dure It is a notable fact that in tho colleges of our country tho best students are the boys from the In the work in tho halls of at the in the the hun of the men who stand upon the summit were once boys on the They went had tanned wore patched and worked for Almost one half tho people in this country live in Where are town boys in the race of life brushing their hair and polishing while the rough country boy is plunging barefooted the road to with a book under one arm and a few extra clothes in his hand he passes the elegant home of the town boy and looks in on ease and luxury almost for the first lie may be called a tramp and refused a crust of One day he will re turn and buy that Where did that boy get his noble purpose and unfaltering cour age They were born to him on tho farm they were woven into his life by early years of The warp and woof of his HIV were threads of A prodigious edifice will be the Columbus Tower which is to be built at the fair in It will excel the K iff el tower and all former efforts in this direction in its magnificence and The tower will bo feet with a diameter of about BOO feet at the be built on the as the London and is to be by a tremendous which be as a concert will be eighteen of which will run clear to the It is proposed to place a of rooms in the structure accommodation of the great crowds that will come to the fair front all parts of the But at present this great structure hath no on which to lay its It catil even roll up its pants ami stand edge of Lake Mich Everybody needs a summer especially people who work with their grind and month after until they have lost all enthusiasm in their until it purely The work er is jaded ahd weary and does him self an injustice and his employer an every wearing day that The toil he loves has become a dreary drudgery and be grows to ha to Give him a little and the human mind is so constituted by a months freedom from and re all tho stagnant pow ers become enthusiasm and man returns to his office or like a newly tilled ready for clearer and no use of people be coming slaves or whon a little rest is and Do not the alabaster boxes of your tenderness sealed up until are Fill their live speak ap while their ears can and while their hearts cati and made py mcan to say when are gone say them The flowers you mean to send to their send to brighten and seen ten their homes before they leave The for you intend some time to may be postponed too If any of the readers have alabaster boxes laid away full of fra grant perfumes of sympathy and which they intend to break over the dead forms of their it would be much better to bring them out in their troubled homes life seems It will make difference if the dead in a plain coffin in a humble without flowers or funeral eulogy but it does make a world of difference whether we have given them sympathy and help while they were fighting the battles of Flowers on the coffin cast no fragrance over the weary journey of FOR 1800 HY Till IOWA AND CENTRAL DBS August C drouth is broken and abundant in the arid districts gave a green hue to revived wilted vegetation and added a brighter color to the reports of our not oversanguine staff of Corn is doing and there is no visible occasion as yet to lower the estimate in previous of this that Iowa this year produce 75 per cent of ail average crop of that The only hazard is the pos of an untimely Pota toes are greatly and the present outlook is that tho state will bring forth 60 per cent of an average crop of that useful It is more likely to exceed than fall bo low that IOWA North Good showers during the but not enough yet to start tho small to but enough to make tho ground plow and the meadows and pastures begin to look quite but not long enough to make much feed Stock Nights too cool for JOHNSON Iowa ble especially of pas lius followed the rain of tho past A State Without a In 1880 Iowa had a population of This year itis estimated at In 1880 tlie largest city in Iowa was DCS with a population of about Du Burlington and Council Bluffs were slightly in the In 1885 a state census gave Des Moines with the other cities mentioned from to This year population of Des Moines is with the other cities something over Here wo have one of the lead ing states of the northwest without a Ohio has its Cleveland with and Cincinnati with Indiana has its Indianapolis with Illinois its with Michigan its with Wisconsin its with Minnesota its Minne apolis and with an estimat ed combined population of 000 Missouri has its al most and Kansas on the border of really belong ing to the latter with an esti mated population of Neb raska has with a population of almost and with a total population of more than many of the has no metropolis and no town worth the rank of a Is this to bo regretted By no The people of Iowa are an agricultural They own one of the fairest spots on the They are well Perhaps no state has fewer unintelligent persons or a divided The It is said that in 1880 not a man in the state was worth Si and there were not one hundred Ev ery one takes The farmers are tho most progressive in the They are content to do as their They do not break the soil with sixteen yoke of oxen and a plow They ride on tho plow with a canopy to shield them from They the they ride They have reduced farming to a The boys and girls are sent to A civil en who traversed tlie stop ping many times over with tho says lie never found a home without several a well stocked library and a cabinet organ or The men en the children intelli gence is demanded and ty is given to acquire Iowas acres yield bountifully for the mere No that the people dwell in but prefer rather each to have his own and the real luxuries of life are obtainable by less work than the necessaries of life are gained in the No state of its population in tho with the possible exception of is without a This is not to Iowas It on the a pleasure to see a slate where there is unvarying intelli no great wealth and no pov erty worthy of the Philadel phia If money could bo borrowed as easy as there are quite a number of people in Iowa who would soon be by carrying their pockets full rf The complete in for September is by Katharine Pearson author of that remarkable Miss like Edward has won sudden and wide by tho advocacy of certain forms of so and her latest is directed against the Sweating Sys a system which has been ex citing a great deal of antagonism both in England and and which stands greatly in need of re The story is Tho Mark of the and has 1 bat power about it which springs from an earnest while it is crowd ed with strong scenes and dramatic Hotel Notice is that Hotel Orleans ut Spirit is fully open foi season of miller manage ment of Horace Applica tions sent him for rales mid other infor mation will receive prompt Farmers Savings Bank OF PAID UP WILLIAM Assistant BOARD OF DIRECTORS WILLIAM Transacts a General Hanking Loans in ado on favorable terms on Chattel or Real Estate Interest on Time Foreign Exchange and Taxes Collections a West Side PERFUMERY ft TOILET ARTI CLES n WALL PAPER I WALL PAPER I Physicians at all We are giving away Free WE cr 500 ERT Containing and appendix of new also a vocabulary of and legal a mammoth Call at the BOSTON CASH the Prick on the youth and ask for EVAN J STAY Is what everybody says of BLASTERS JEWELRY Take your repairing to the best repairer in Iowa and have a job done that Avill give entire or money We carry a full line of Violin Sewing Machine Needles and Still leads all his competitors on Good Goods and low Ho lias a very fine stock Dry Hats and Boots and and a very fine line of Ladies Dress our goods to be be firstclass in every respect and will sell at bottom COME AND SEE FOR We keep a full line of Farm Im and Farm A NEW and well selected stock of GIVE US A
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