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Williamsburg Journal Tribune (Newspaper) - May 31, 1895, Williamsburg, Iowa IOWA MAY Bi practice In State and and the Tension Loan and ee Careful attention at low rates on im Office East Side Sq TOENEY AT practice in State and Federal to loan on Estate paid to will receive prompt und ever Farmers Savings Williamsburg Shoe HAS A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF tS receives tind prompt Established In Rubber Goods Ladies Fine Shoes Our Goods arc of the and combine durability and Repairing done PRICES Give us a Williamsburgh Savings South Side of the three blocks North of Public on Court MAMS DIRECTORS Jacob two blocks of the owner Clark and West Side of the IOWA two east and on South fie Corner of OFFICERS Transacts a General Banking Interest Paid on Time Taxes over Star Drug E Graduate of Ames lats all domesticated All attended day Ice South side of the Square with LIVERY STABLE Je MM Headquarters for Horse and quick drives for traveling men a Edwards Successors to INSURANCE MOSEY TO B rooms have all been refitted and pvv in good shape for tahle will at all times be furnish the best the market WE KEEP A GOOD SAVINGS OF PAID UP WILLIAM Assistant OF DIRECTORS WILLIAM Transacts a General Banking w Loans made on favorable terms on Chattel or Real Estate Sec Interest paid on Time Foreign Exchange bought and Taxes Collections a HUGHES and DEALERS IN ETER IE STOCK DEALER AT Conroy and South HN LIME AND Combination Slat and Wire Picket THEIR The mould of lime dims the sages name But preserves heat of a patriots Theres a memory ever That fires each patriot Like a funeral boll tis knelling Where the fallen heroes rest It comes drifting up the Where lie the buried Its requiem measures tally Our How of praise and As the memory of the lover Blooms on the ones Our thoughts must always hover Where sleep the nations brave Like the ocean titles Again to greet the Kind for brave ones Again their tributes Across the of years long We with memorys The valiant forms in martial Loud breaks their battle Their colors stained with blood and The ramparts brow Where bayonet charge meets sabre stroke Beneath that banner Nor flash of nor shriek of Or withering sleet of ghastly forms of those who fell Could check their onward tread When like demons flung Their flamelike sheeted breath The watchword on each heroes tongue Was Victory or Death Not for spoil or treasure Was the weary marches made Not for fame of worldly measure Was faced the cannonade Not for regal gory the men that Sherman Not for some Napoleons glory Did wave run Nor yet did with High rankling in the Nor burning or malice Provide wars dire behest One doleful note fair Freedom An all was dumb Then from ten thousand hamlets The roll of Ofe and Then the of labor The loom in silence slept Where once wavd plumes of growing Bank weeds their night dews wept The wasted the rusted The harvest song unsung Told that were wielded now Where freedoms echo Where once the father told the Beguiling evenings A worn and Sat like a drooping flower And queenly who loved to hear The foot each knew so Oft wiped away the scalding tear That for its absence Tis the time of And legions gleaming The roll of drum and thrill of fife Is lost in labors wheel Where madly once tore The southern hills among From once dyed gore The olive branch has And loving hands now twine today A to deck each Where Northern blue or Southern gray In silence sleep profound A brothers fault we do not sad its memories Its bitterness once more will hide Neath garlands of the And those who the sod to deck Above some comrades Must think how at dutys Was stormed the gory Their ranks are and broken now A remnant on lifes And blooms upon each honored brow The blossoms of the ke shadows years may come and glide Yet in their silent tread hey may not still the worthy pride That the patriot raise enduring as the Passing down from sire to home of poets and of Fresh will keep their valor May Walter Secretary of the died Tuesday morning after an illness or four weeks Ife was 02 years of Ho was a brave soldier lur ing the a noble and impartial judge and a competent and efficient true to the right as he un the right in every relation in lla WAS Post Master Gen eral under Arthurs administration and was appointed Secretary of State by which position ho has held the last two and a half The Annual Iowa Advents is now in session in a grove near Des It will continue until some time in Henry the well known Kentucky will deliver his lecture Abraham Lincoln at Lo Iowa June Insurance OF g tt to K up w The two weeks of cold weather in May extended all over the Uni led States and across the doing much damage in Queen Vic torias A woman looks prettier getting a baby to sleep than she looks upon a public But she might look very well put ting an audience to A number of people have had their hair cut short to prevent its falling It is a sure Hair that is cut off and left with the barber will never have a chance to fall off when a man combs his head at The is purely Insurance is at exact Its interest and ex all been highly favorable in this All policies are absolutely for reserve the latter being applied to EXTENSION or to as may be Its policies are free from technicalities and become INCONTESTABLE for any cause after Two EDWA Kl JOHN Loan HUSKY Socy ot Ass t Seo y I For Kates and Plans Address Genl Ur TO Bessie Way nick and Annie two of fair have donned the apparel of the modern bicycle They appeared upon the streets last evening clad in neat cycling suits of jackets and and presented a very pretty They also dis carded the old heavy wheel that has been called a ladies wheel and were mounted upon the 18 pound diamond frame The ice has been and it is pre that riding habits will become quite common among the lady cyclers of The ladies of other cities have adopted the bloomer and progressive loosa will not be far loosa Hard and Soft OF SUPERIOR We Pay at all times the highest Market Price for keep the best of Fresh and Salt Cash paid for and US A uncos to the he is prepared to do all kinds of elusive sale of the School OF yery best wanner and Horse ft the largest and best iron harrow Call before pur It has given universal Breeder of Pure Bred Light Buff Bocks and Leg 50 per setting of this S Visit my grounds or of Colorado was conveyed Saturday by special train to the summit of Pikes the occasion being the birth of a son of and John Tag Taggart is foreman of the Manitou and Pikes Peak Cog and for a month has lived in a house a mile and a half above the timber or feet above the This is the first recorded buth at so great an elevation in the Rocky and probably on this The youngster weighs ten and evidently has come to The parents have named him Pikes Peak It is hoped this highborn boy will become a good and fitted to hold the position of signal observer at the which has been spoken of as the highest office that U within the power of the United States to con fer on a Evergreen Farm Evergreen and Fruit Fruit AT LOW A Limited quantity of and Flowering 1st Class Asparagus 1 per hundred 50 I have good supply of that most most and most popular of all Garden Bulbs the Good Flowering per First Class Seed Corn for sale at per FOR PRICE FRANK YORK Sweepstakes and YOUNG Is a handsome about 15 hands and weighs about 1450 Im ported from Germany in lie is the best couch horse in the and has the best of SLAN EY 4327 14298 Is a handsome bay weighing and is as tine a specimen qt horse flesh as was ever brought to this country from These horses will be kept as follows Mondays and Tuesdays at my barn in Iowa miles southwest ot Wednesdays and Thursdays at Pat rick near The balance of the time at Edwards and Butlers livery stable in Williams Slan ey to insure a colt to stand and For terms and full particulars see DAVID KEIL DEALERS IN Furniture Sewing Machines It seems that justices of the Sup reme Court are just as liable to changing their minds as the rest of If they wete women men have more to say about Young dont elevate your elf too much in your own estimat Be but dont et the bigness of yourself get away with your common Of the fresh down about your ears is a modern emblem of wisdom and your want of respect for old fashioned things is dont get these things in too bad a fever Dont wear clothes on which Uio due is heavy nor tramp around in toothpick shoes that are When you have a rumbling see that your cash has the rumble in your pocket and that it is your Forty years hence you svill see what a donkey the big headed young man can and the spall difference tween he The young the middle sober young the young man horse sense and a decent res for those about him dont get into this LOW RATES VIA Ry will sell ex cursion tickets at extremely low rates for the round trip for following meetings June 1821 State Firemans June 95 Convention National Republican League Juno International Conference July 512 al Educational Association July Young Peoples Christian Union and United Society of Christian Baptist Young Peo ples Union of August 95 e ieni Annual For of Tickets and full call on agents or address T UNDERTAKING A PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO Post Office Stored A Full Line of A Large Line of An Extra Fine Hardware We Lead in Quality of Goods and In Low While waiting for your mail over our dEiM
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