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Burlington Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - April 6, 1891, Burlington, Iowa Established 1887. Burlington Iowa. Mom Day evening Avril 6, 1881. Ten cents per week. 4thb suck Ftp 3 tial Points. Style Quality quot a skeet workmanship that have attained for e. R4ab&br0 the reputation of being with the above attainments always in View we hone to Merit a continuance of your patronage. R. R a a amp bro., 17 and 219 Jefferson Street Burlington Iowa. G. H. Prenzler Oxx Sawka he Limos wholesale dealer in wine8 and liquors a11wn<iof Brorein hotel Boston a and Boston or Horn rare season delicacies always on hand. A specially made of game and fitly oysters lobsters clams crabs shrimps Etc. Open every evening until 12 of clock we Cater tor theater parties and private suppers. A ots Jeolal attention Given to orders for banquets receptions and party sappers. Service the Best that Money can by. 116 and 117 Valley St. Jakes mob Dodge. Proprietor. Fob ladies Only or. Leduc t period Gill eel Pill the French remedy net on tit i menstrual system and cure suppression from whatever cause. Promote menstruation those pills should not be taken during Prog Nanoy am. Pill oo., Royalty props., Span Oer. Clay oo., Iowa. Genuine by mail �3, or 8 Ter St. Henry a drug store 400 Jefferson it we. Brugge steam Beu flit dyeing ail Tailon Iff. Third Street by Tomb it Famos a Val ltd. Burlington Iowa your soiled and faded garments renovate or dyed and made to look As Well As new o styles tailoring line in the late Fenti Einen a garments a see exalt Fork first Clau and terms moderate. Orders by express or mail will re Seiv prompt attention. 214 b. Thirl Street. In Lincton. Lew la Wndell Bros Snow address 924 summer St s hotel Washington. D. O. The most famous and Well known hotel in the City. Special rates by the month. The cuisine equated by none. Homelike and convenient to ail Public buildings. Bend two Stamps for guide to o. G. Staples. Proprietor. 6samd Fauci hotel Mil 1131. Bart 81. We 4 mantes from court House. Both plans. Weekly s3 transients me. No. %3-s.urmnt Compagnon late chios club chef. Popular prices. New House. Jut twi out for for her reference no hours rioting. Emu Ayoub War in Ganada. Four Hundred men go to work the Coke Region unmolested. In warrants issued for the arrest of thirty of the ringleaders of the ffat�0. He i elms burled without disorder and everything is proceeding quietly. I my pleasant pa., april amp a quiet prevails in the Coke regions today. There has been no disturbance of any kind. The first Effort to Start the Coke works since the riot commenced was made this morning. Four Hundred men Are at work the majority of them being old employees. They were not interfere feed with in any Way while going to work. Sheriff Clawson came Over from Greenaberg this morn log with warrants for Twenty five of the rioters and superintendent Morris Ramsey has sworn out warrants for the arrest of fifteen additional italians. These warrants were placed in the Handa of constables and it is expected that before Midnight at least thirty rioters will be in jail. Funeral of to i elms of the More Wood shooting. Scottdale pa., april 5.�?the special Fuu Erat train bearing the bodies of the seven victims of the Morewood shooting arrived Here at 8 20 yesterday afternoon. The Public Square was not spacious enough to bold the great crowds of peo pie. The procession moved at 4 o clock and was headed by two bands. There were fully 8 000 people at the depot but scarcely half of this number went to the cemetery and a Large number of those that did follow the remains were poles slavs and Hungary is. American flags were conspicuous and a number of the delegations carried banners. The work men merely wore badges and Crape. Fathers lambing and so Meigle conducted the funeral services according to the rites of the Catholic Church and father Schmeigel delivered an address in the polish language counselling his countrymen to return peaceably to their Homes and commit no breach of the Law and abstain from intoxicants and shun the saloons. Rev. Lambing made a Brief addressing English to the same effect. There was not the least disturbance and everything passed off in a manner creditable to the workingmen after the funeral a great mass meeting was held Aat Everson. The speeches were conservative in tone but the men were encouraged to remain steadfast. The responsibility of the Morewood shooting. Vice president Penna said was on the shoulders of the guards and Coke companies. The oat Kolle Hierarchy la Anas against a Manitoba Dekool Law. Quebec april0.�?canada May now have a big religions fight As Well As political one Over the Monitoba school act which was recently adopted by the legislature there and which prohibits religious instruction in the pub Lio schools of Manitoba. The entire roman Catholia hierarch have entered upon a War against it an in All their churches yesterday a joint Man Dement was signed by them and read. The a Hierarchy insist that the government of Canada must veto the act and the result of the Man Dement must be to form Canadian catholics into an almost compact body to support this course. Gen. Albert Pike author lawyer statesman and the Nestor of masons. General Albert Pike the venerable author and statesman and head of the scottish rite masons of the Southern jurisdiction died last week at his Home in the scottish rite Temple in Washington. Tie buffered from a malignant growth and not Long since he remained six whole Days without a drop of water or a particle of liquid or solid food. Or. Morgan of Washington and brother Bedford Brown of Alexandria by a surgical operation removed the growth and gave him an Opportunity to take about a quart of food before the orifice closed again. Tai operation was need funeral of an anarchist. Pittsburg pa., april 0.�?in the undertaking rooms of this City surrounded by evidences of wealth in the presence of nearly one thousand persons the obsequies of anarchist Joseph Frick took place yesterday afternoon. Job and Moat delivered the Eulogy and took advantage of the occasion to make an Appeal for anarchy. The dead Man was attired in Black. A blood red Scarf encircled the Throat and a blood red Rose was pinned to the coat Lapel. Arund the foot of the Bier floated the fold of a Carmine anarchist fit. The rests beneath the casket were draped with Bunting of the aame Hue two bouquets of fresh Field Flowers Lay on the coffin lid and Over the coffin there Hung two red garlands. A the Rhode Island elections. Providence r. I., april 4 a returns from wednesday s election As corrected by today s advices show the vote for governor As follows Burton nationalist 384, David dem 22,248, Ladd rep 20.995, Larry pro 1,828. These figures show that David s plurality Over Ladd was 1,254, but he lacked 840 votes of a majority necessary to elect. The complexion of the legislature shows the Senate with 22 republicans 7 democrats 1 Independent and 6 to be chosen the House has 84 republicans 19 democrats and 19 to be chosen which will give the republicans on joint ballot a majority of 1 with their present strength. A killing Frost m Alabama. Mobile ala., april 0.�?a heavy Frost this morning killed tomatoes cucumbers Squash Beans and peas. Potatoes Are Cut Down about 50 per cent. Or. Kennedy a Mavorite a remedy in the oly positive cure for �-gtpbp8ia, constipation liver and. Kidney Pis eases land 1� recommended by physicians when other medicines fail. Thousands testify to its having Savel their lives. To mothers and daughters it has proved a Blessing �1 bottle 6 for 86. All dealers. A or. David Kennedy of portion. Rondout new York. Ino. T. Rumby president. Okas. Starker vice president. Jno. He More cashier j. Books assistant cashier rational in Bare. Capital $150,000. Surplis $100,006 tit oldest bask a lows directors a Perkins a. Rand Chas. Starker Jno. T. Remey j. O. Peasley Sam Oval. I wish to inform my customers that i have removed my grinding establishment to 10 North main Street opposite Biklen Winter a co., wholesale grocers and will be pleased to meet my patrons at the new stand cd up Watt at a. L new Spring stocked every time food was taken. was grand commander of the supremo Council of inspectors general of the thirty third degree of the ancient and accepted scottish rite of free masons for the Southern jurisdiction of the United states and one of the highest ranking masons of the world tie was porn in Boston Massachusetts december 29, 1809. Tie entered Harvard in 1825. But poverty compelled him to teach school for some years after which he went West travelled in Mexico and anally located in Arkansas As editor of the advocate and later studied Law. He served in the mexican War and in 1861 was a Confederate brigadier general. After the War he practice Law in new Orleans and in a few years settled in Washington where he has since resided. It was in Little Rock that gun. Pike first saw masonic Light since which Lime be steadily progressed in its mysteries till he attained the highest Post of distinction. Without pain he breathed his last. Gathered about his bed their Heads bowed in Mournful silence were his three children miss Lilian Pike Luther h. Pike and t von Pike or j. C Batchelor acting grand commander j. D. Her Angton Edwin b. Macgrotty Isaac p. Noyes Weston Flint or. Aarau Bald win. Fred Webber the Secretary general of the supreme Council a. T. Long Ley brother Hood and Edward c. Ken coloured nurse who has been his constant a Pendant and faithful servant for Over twelve years. The immediate cause of general pikes death was Pye Amia. Throughout his sickness be showed great patience and was always thoughtful of the Comfort of the nurses and Brothers who sat up with him. General Albert Piko was one of the most remarkable men of the Century of whom it May truly be said that had he devoted himself wholly to letters he would have achieved the highest Excel Lence or wholly to the Law he would Long since have stood upon the Topmost round of his profession. Yet in both pursuits he won distinguished Success. His a a hymns to the gods a published in Blackwood s Magazine while he was yet a Pioneer m the wilds of Arkansas commanded the admiration of literary Europe. Tits Legal erudition was profound and his abilities &9 a Counselor were recognized Long before he entered upon his successful career of practice at Washington. Sixty years ago As a poor schoolmaster he left in England for the comparatively unexplored Southwest passing through Many adventurous experiences before finally locating himself in Arkansas. Here he was teacher editor and lawyer. Daring the mexican War he was a cavalry com. Mender and fought at Buena Vista. During the civil War he espoused the Confederate cause. At the close he removed to Memph for several years divided Bis attentions Between journalism and the Law. To the present Genera Tion however general Pike was better Koewn through his conspicuous connection with masonry to the study and promotion of which he bad devoted the larger portion of the latter years of his life and in which he attained the m St exalted honors. In this Noble order he was the leading authority of its Virtues he was an illustrious exemplar not Only in his immediate relations to the fraternity but in his daily walk and conversation. Sustained by its teachings he Drew near the last scene of All with an unfaltering Trust he was a Man of uncommonly Brilliant mind and of ver Satile accomplishments a great scholar a Brave Woidier a True poet a skillful advocate an orator on occasions of most impressive eloquence and More than All else a citizen without reproach and a Friend without guile. General Pike was proverbially car a less a Money matters but he made vast sum one fee in a Case for the indians being Over $100.000. His House was fitted up elegantly and bit Library was of rare and Standard works Many of them imported. It excelled in the Standard English authors. And there were several thousand volumes in French. Besides this he had some rare pictures Sod the finest Earr Ninga Ever published. Nor was this All. One room was devoted to philosophical apparatus and the natural sciences were familiar to him. Canadian reciprocity. Negotiations postponed on to count of the presidents contemplated tour. A i \ Nowac Waahid Ligniti the Canadian commissioners make a Brief Call upon Secretary Blaine and agree to Foet Pone the confere Aee until such time a the president May designate. Washington. April 6�? accompanied by sir Julian Paunce Fote the Canadian Cabinet officials called upon Secretary blk Tate fat his Home just before noon today. Their stay was but a few moments and returning to the hotel they an ced that they were about to leave in ton. President Harrison has signified his desire to be present at the conference and As his coming trip West would interfere in that it was thought Best to postpone negotiations until such time As the president could give the matter his attention. Messes. Foster Ana Thompson will leave Washington this afternoon for Ottawa and Tupper will go to London. He says sir Julian will notify the party when to return to Washington which will be As soon As the president can conveniently give hit attention to the negotiations. Jedi meet affirmed by the u. 8. Supreme Courtr Washington april 6.�?the supreme court of fhe United states today affirmed the judgment of the circuit court of the United states for the District of Colorado in favor of the a Maxwell land Grant company on the auit brought against that company by the interstate land company to recover a Large tract of land in Las Animas county Colorado. Appointment. Washington april 6 �?1the president today appointed Thomas f. Wilaon of Arizona to be United states attorney for the territory of Utah. Secretary Proctor s plans if to feel have been changed it is not one to orders from Washl Egton. Washington april 6 a no one at the War department knows of any Telegram having been sent by Secretary Proctor requesting his return. The Secretary telegraphed last Friday that he would leave san Francisco for Washington on monday. He carried out the principal part of his program in visiting the military posts South and on the Pacific coast and if he decided to curtail his trip it is probably because he wishes to see the president before the latter leaves Washington on his Western tour. Men s and boys just in. The trouble attributed to Blaine s by Ratte interpretation. London april 6 a the times correspondent at Rome save the arrival of the text of the famous first note showed the misunderstanding due to Blaine s interpreting the demand fora trial As a demand for conviction. The ministry Are indisposed to posh the matter beyond the demand for the recognition of the principle of International Justice. The excitement has entirely subsided. Boys and children a suits by the wholesale. 500 dozen boys knee pants on exhibition new Spring tie8, All shapes and latest styles. Cheaper than Ever soft it is an undisputed fac c that w. L. Linder undersell ?4. Or Yody in menus and boys clothing. K a a Jefferson Street Burlington Iowa. Snith of Oia Maats for Catarrh that contain ternary As Mercury will rarely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the system when entering it through the mucus surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians As the damage they will do a ten fold to the Good you can to Tribly derive from them. Bali s Ca Tarrh cure manufactured by f. Che Ney a go., Toledo o. Contains no mtr Cury and a taken internally and sets directly Apo the blood and mucous surfaces of to system. A buying rail s Catarrh hire be sure to get the genuine. It is taken internally and made in to Ledo. Ohio by f. Cheney a co. Job told by druggists Price 75�, per a Clever Young thief. A to it to or uld boy bobs m Post office of �?�16,000 Worth of i Hocks. Atlanta a. April 6 a a $15,000 Post office robbery has been engaging the de inc Nivea Here for four Days. Of this sum $10,215 a checks and notes has been re covered. In april the Atlanta National Bank began to miss letters containing notes and checks mailed to them from outside correspondents. Finally the detectives arrested a Young White boy As the thief. The boy confessed and a bowed the detectives the place where he had hidden part of the Money. It was under an old platform Nineteen checks were found there. At he boys House fifty three others were found Between the mattresses of a bed there Are still several other checks miss log. The boy said be had stolen the checks out of the Bank a private Drawe in the Post office it was out of order and could be opened from the outside by _ Little shaking. He took letters As openly to though he had been in the employ of the Bank. The boy is about ten years old and hts name is withheld by the police. Ticket scalpers charged a ltd forgery Danver col., april 6 a five ticket scalpers c. F. Jackels 8. Peebles. H. Mills m. Townsend j. A Whitehead and c Kimberly have been arrested charged with forgery. Severa Days ago four tickets were purchased at Colorado Springs for Boulder. The agent at the Springs being suspicious notified the Denver agents to look out for them Friday one of the tickets was presented to a Union Pacific conductor with the name Boulder changed to Ogden. The railways claim that considerable of this work has been done. The prisoners were released on 1500 Bonds each and All have disappeared except Jackels. C a. Revange of a wronged woman. Baltimore. April 6 a infuriated at the thought of her disgrace. Miss Lizzie Uhl last night met George Walser whom she charges with betrayed her and threw the contents of a Large bottle of vitriol in hit face badly burning the whole right Side of his head blistering his hands and probably destroying the a fight of his right Eye. Summarily dismissed. The trustees of the brotherhood of rail Road trainman tie to ted Gaie Oburg april 6.-8. E. Wilkinson grand master of the brotherhood of railway trainmen has discharged Chas. T. Salisbury John c. Glenn Charles w. Flanders John of Rourke and r ,grand trustees of that organization. The reasons for this. Wilkinson said were usurpation of authority and failure to make the proper examination of the books of the various officials. Salisbury of this City one of the trustees denies the authority of Wilkinson to discharge them and says they Are still serving regardless of the order. A a Sherman a memoirs. The death of general Sherman has had the effect of creating a demand for Hia memoirs. The publishers Tell me that the demand is something wholly unexpected and yet they might have known from past experience that the death of a famous and great Man is sure to arouse such interest. Sherman a memoirs Are pronounced by literary critics in some respects the most fascinating literature of the War. I his style Sherman was unique and original just As he was in his action and habits of thought. A distinguished teacher of Connecticut said recently that he had advised his scholars to read Grants memoirs and those of Sherman so that they might learn what a splendid thing simplicity lucidity and directness were in a literary style. Sherman a memoirs never had the Sale that was expected of them and in fact none of the recollections published by the distinguished actors in the civil War Ever made much Money excepting a a Grant a in his Case the extremely dramatic and pitiful circumstances associated with the writing of them did As much to bring about the enormous Sale As did Grants reputation As the great . Edwards in Philadelphia press. I cattle starving to i Sioux City. April 0�?cattle Ith?3 i Section Are dying by hundreds in their i feeding pens. The Short Hay crop of last i year is entirely exhausted and cattle fed i on Grain or not at All Are dying in great i numbers. Hay is Worth $15 to $20 per i ton and can not be had at any Price. I one Farmer gave away sixty cattle to i save them from starvation. Good Grade i Stock can be had at $5 to $10 per i a a a a i. J the West her. J i Washington april 5.�?for Minoi i Light rain in Northern portion fair i weather in Southern portion southerly i winds and warmer. A a i for Iowa and Nebraska fair an Fri a warmer weather southerly winds Light i rain tuesday. I for Wisconsin Cloudy weather local i Rains or Snow Easterly winds warmer. For Minnesota and South Dakota a fair weather warmer Light rain tues<4 i Day Easterly winds i ass. Set vomit on i i St. Louis april 6.�?the work of enclosing anti securing the grave of Gen. A Sherman is finally completed and the military guard which has been stationed at the grave since the funeral will be i a removed probably daring the present a week. I mls Lumbar fail Are. I i Lancaster pa., april 0 Edwin Eber i a Man. One of the leading lumber dealers i a of the state assigned today. The liabilities Are estimated at Between two and a three Hundred thousand dollars. The a assets consisting of lumber and jell a estate in this City it is Bei eyed will Morel a than Coyer the debts. I i australian federation convention. I s 8yd�.j. N. 8. W., april a australian federation convention adopt-1 led the provisions of the Constitution i a regulating the Powers of parliament and requiring that All appropriation and i a taxation Bills most originate in the i a Bouse of representatives. F. T. Barnum suffer a relapse. I Bridgeport Connecticut april 0 up. St. Barnum the Veteran showman who i a has been ill for several Days Baa suffered a relapse and it is feared he can like Bat la Short time. I. Brtka makers strike. I a Trenton n. J., april 0 a twelve Hundred Brick maker struck this morning i against n decrease in wages. H a family Dowel. J David Kennedy of Rondot n. I y., the famous Sargon and physicians Jas sent us a copy of his Book a How i to cure kidney layer and blood Dies it a a work which should be 1 read in Yeiyu Home for the value of the medical lessons alone. It contains also a Many life illustrations and two fascia-1 rating stories from the widely known leather a net. anyone Send. Jabeir address with name of thin paper a one Maine boy. The son of or. Alvin Howes of Palmyra is considered about the smartest boy in this Section. He a 9 years old and is master of Greenleaf a Complete arithmetic having interest equation of payments mensuration Square Root cube Root Etc., at his tongues end. He will perform calculations with Large numbers readily without slate or Pencil and rarely if Ever make a mistake. With him a thing once Learned a never forgotten. He began to learn geography when he was 8 years old by hearing his brother reciting his lessons to his Mother and now if is next to an impossibility to ask him a question in that study that he cannot readily answer. He has a better knowledge of physiology than most teachers possess and withal is quite a politician being better posted on the events of the Day than Many who go to the polls and vote. He has not been drilled at Home to show off he has Only been assisted when he called for help. He is a Well developed healthy looking child of modest and pleasing manners. A Hartland Cor. Pittsfield me advertiser. Wall leveling rifles. The new Rifle with which the German army and Navy have been armed during the last few months is a terror in the Way of Small weapons. The gun has a bore .31 Inch and throws a projectile of Lead coated with Nickel steel weighing 14.5 grains or about half an ounce. The Cartridge used weighs nearly an ounce and is 8.25 inches in length. The Magazine of the Rifle carries five cartridges. The Speed of the Bullet on leaving the muzzle of the gun is about 2,200 feet per second and the limit of its effective Range is a Little under two Miles. Brick Walls of Small thickness Are not absolute proof against this gun As several shots striking the same spot will make a York journal. Nine lives lost. By the burning of a Large Frame building at Rochester Pennsylvania. The Plamos worm Deteo Varod at Midnight when the occupant were asleep one Only one escaped a big a my of Seld a found la the Bain a other car Witolf. Rochester april 6.�?fire broke oat about Midnight in a Large Frame building occupied As a dwelling and stores. The fire started in the Kitchen of Keene s residence and he and his son Walter were suffocated by smoke. A number of italians occupying Rooma in the upper portion of the building were burned the death Only one of them a girl aged 10, escaping with blight injuries by leaping from a window. Marie Tecchio who escaped says she tried to arouse her people but they were already asphyxiated. She staid until the fire burned her and she was compelled to jump for her life. A11 the bodies have been recovered. The list of the read is As follows c. Keene and son Baptist Tecchio and Annie his wife also their three children Annie Yozef and Rosa Vic Torio Tecchio brother of Baptiste and Joseph ramp Ema a Boarder. One Hundred and fifty thousand dollars in Gold supposed to have belonged to italians was found in the ruins. The conclusion is that the italians became confused and could not find the Stair Way and thus 1 it St their Lilyea. Heavy l03s by fire. The popular candidate awarded Hadwa Griacs at tic to a far a the ballot fair tiny a a re. Night. The Turners were not Only in town on saturday evening but they were at the fair together with All their friends. It Wes by a Large majority the most interesting and pleasant evening of the week s run the chief excitement being occasioned by the Lively voting to decide the popularity of the various candidates for prize honors. Up and Down the scale went the popular pulse the friends of the candidates battling for their Success and the votes multiplying by hundreds until the Climax was reached and the votes count d end announced with the following disclosures f less a. A in. I i and destruction of a Blasone to Publio Library. Lowell mass., april 6 a the masonic temp e and Itab Irving Block adjoining were nearly destroyed by fire yesterday. In the masonic Temple was the Public Library and it is estimated that 40,000 volumes were lost and the stores practically ruined by smoke and water. There was a severe loss in the destruction of a Complete file of the Patent office reports from the earliest Issue. The value of this file was very great since it cannot be duplicated and was one of the Only two in the state. The losses to other tenants and the owners of the building amount to $200,000. Berta fire at Memphis. Memphis tenn., april 6. A fire at an Early hour yesterday morning destroyed the new seven Story abstract building and the Franklin hotel on Adams Street and did considerable damage to the Fellows building at the Corner of main and Adams streets. The loss to r. Dudley Frayser on the abstract building is 075,-000 and to Thomas r. Boyle on the Franklin hotel. $20,000. Sex District attorney John r Fellows of new York loses $15,000 on his building. Harpman Broa cigars in the Fellows building lose �?�jp. Slayer amp co., tailors lose $30,-000, insurance not known. Sowden. Cuas. Heanes Muzeo Someier. Moyer. A. Hubner. F. Sob wan. F leis. Cd Kajley. Harness oct. Sarole coed nor. Guitar. Us 114� 1.4mh 1,908 to Iti 14� Anna Schworm. B. Qom de. A Mac .,-.fi m _104 that the popular verdict is Correct there is 00 room for doubt. The Turners at least Are of that opinion As everyone else is of the belief that their fair has been the greatest on record. The big fair will Cloae with a grand finale this evening. The 8tage. The european wheat crop killed himself for a Friend. E. C. Collins a sewing machine agent committed suicide at Memphis the other Day. First it was supposed he was a defaulter but that did no to out. Then it was assumed that he loved a girl and she have him but that was dispelled. Then came the announcement that he had killed himself to shield a Friend and that Friend a Plain Man. It seems the Story is True too. Collins had a Friend who was charged with a serious offence. Collins was the most witness in the Case. His testimony would undoubtedly Salt his Friend and rather than do that he committed suicide. Detroit journal. Asking Medicine by electricity a noted physician of Paris claims to have succeeded by a novel application of electrolysis and analogous to the electro deposition of metals in conveying by the electric current to diseased internal organs of the hum to body the constituents of the drugs necessary for their recovery. A commission of the French Academy of science one of which is the Learned or. Charcot has been appointed to ascertain the value of the results and to extend the record. Spring signs. 8m ill boy grandpa the Robins Are singing this morning. Is that a sign that Spring is Here grandpa who has been deceived too often a no. sign that Robins ainu to got no news. Dates for easter. In 1883 easter fell on March 25, and it will Only once again in this Century namely in 1894, fall on so Early a Date. In the three following centuries it will occur Only eight times on the same Date a namely in 1951, 2035, 2046, 2057, 2103, $114,2125 and 2198. The earliest Date on which easter can fall is on March 22, and this Only in Case the Moon is full on March 21, when this Date happens to fall on saturday. This combination of circumstances is extremely rare. It occurred in 1390,1761 and 1817, and will happen again in 1990, 2076 and 2144, while during the three following centuries it is not once a on the books at this Early Date. On the other hand easter never Falls later than april 25 this was the Case in 1666,1734 and 1886, and will Only happen once in the next Century namely in 1943.�?pall Moll Gazette. With the exception of ban Gary a de. Fic Leacy 1 reported All a Loos the line. London april 6�?the Standard today publishes a review of the agricultural Outlook in the course of which it says the wheat crops in France and Russia Are much below the average and the deficiency will be at least 20.000,000 quarters the paper adds a it is expected that the cold winds and frosts have almost destroyed the French crop Germany Holland and Belgium Al furnish pessimistic crop reports. In Roumania there is a decreased wheat area and India there has been a bad wheat season. The Only exception is Hungary where there Are better prospects. It is almost certain that the worlds wheat consumption will exceed the production computed. Whatever the magnitude of the american crop May be it will not be sufficient to cover the de Cit in Europe thus compelling an extensive draft upon the reserves for the third year in a British Jurist to satire. London april 6 a it is announced on Good authority that judge Stephen whose mind is said to have become impaired owing to the annoyances and worry that be has been subjected to during and after the irial of the celebrated Maybrick poisoning Case at Liverpool will retire from the Bench to Morrow. Fainter strike. New York april 6.�?a thousand journeymen painters struck Here today to enforce their demand for higher wages. It is reported that a number of firms have yielded and granted the Advance asked. Why let the Little one suffer with rheumatism when 25 cent will buy a bottle of salvation Oil of far greater value than Money is health. Therefore for coughs and colds use or. Bulls Gough syrup the infallible remedy. Price 25 cents. A a strategic promo tar. A a Man told me the other Day a would not have his name mentioned for evident reason that when he howl a big scheme to push the first thing he did a to to get into debt with the people he wanted to enlist in his Enterprise. Then of course a said he a by helping me out they help specious logic to be sure but cleverly plausible an its outward traveler. I Tea tee berth Lethoa. Pledge Lye As it is All Over with us i i wish you would return to the nag and watch i gave you. A Alicel i cannot Giva than to you until Sterlene a fled Ely but i insist upon them now. A Alicel you know or. Flad gely that of not indulge in during the Beata be railway is the Best because it is the quickest line to Chicago the East and Kansas City St. Joseph Atchison Denver and Pacific coast Points. The accommodations Are in equated. A the latest a is a morning passenger to Chi Cago leaving fort Madison daily at 0 30 a. and arriving at Chicago at 2 00 p. M., on time to catch the limited train East when contemplating a trip do not fail to inquire of our address for rates and other information. H. Mccuff agent g. A. R. Encamp but department of Iowa at a Bozoo Iowa. April 14-18, 181. For this occasion the Burlington Cedar rapids a Northern railway will sell round trip tickets from All its Sta to Dubuque at the rate i tickets on Sale april is h ?81te a a cd to return until april 17, 1891. For rates time of trains or other information Call on or address any agent of this company or the undersigned. Yoors truly j. E. Hannegan . A p. A. A testimonial. For Loutee Only. Middle talk Mich. Or. G. G. Styk Kukk proprietor of be Keteles neuralgia drops my wife was afflicted with and neuralgia of the womb for some time. Doctors could not help her but a half dozen doses of your Butek Eteen a neural Gia drops cured her. Very truly yours a a ,. Willis j. Muta sold by the Churchill drug co. 6ekman drama. Play goers i i be afforded a Radical change tomorrow evening with a Zunser doktor at the grand opera House. The drama is a High class German production and will be Given in the German Tongue by a Stock company of eminent actors who were brought to this country nearly a year ago for a tour under the direction of the ambitious but rather unfortunate German manager Herr Riotte. The company performs at Davenport this evening and comes to Burlington tomorrow. Their appearance Here will be an enviable Opportunity for Burlington a numerous students of the German language to hear it a was she is spoke a from the German stage. The company is said to be in Everyway worthy of the Best audiences and remarkable for its even balance and general excellence. Matchless Amelia Gnu web. The ladies of Burlington will doubtless seize the Opportunity on wednesday evening of seeing Amelia Glover the amazing dancer of the a City directory a company. Her startling evolutions constitute a wonderful study for All lovers of artistic dancing. 8he is a High class premiere and is recognized As the Only successful rival of Carmencita and Otero the noted Spanish favourites. The most puzzling thing about miss Glover a career is the statement that she never took a dancing lesson in her life. Real estate transfers. Reported by t. O. Catlett real a True and loan agent. A. And c. Swanson to John t. Brauney n of of the ser of the so 8eo 6� twp 71, raokre2 so or of the gear of the so prof Sec. 5, twp. 71, Range 2 a b. A m. Craig and husband to Sarah j. Lamb lot 5j in Starr amp Fosters adn. George c. Rosner and wife to Isador m. Green lots 1 and 2, Block 2, Mediapolis. A no m James Allison and wife to w. H. Lee n of of the new or of the Swar of Sec. 24, two. 72. Range 3. John Simpson and wife to f. Morri son. Jot 18, Block 985. Referees sub b e. Cuibertson to f. Chamberlin lot 59.j600 00 too to 2,000 co 650 00 4�00 of 800 00 a City directory quot wednesday night. Go to the Churchill drug company Tot 11 of Steketee a famous remedies. Done to feel Well and yet you Are not sick enough to consult a doctor or you refrain from so doing for fear you will alarm yourself and friends we will Tell you just what you 8 foods Sarsaparilla which will lift you out of that Uncertain uncomfortable dangerous condition. Into acetate of Good health cofidence and cheerfulness. You be no idea How potent this Peculiar Medicine is in a Case like yours. Markets by text graph. To a York Pratos Market. A we tour. April gone weak and lower no. 2, 78q79�to. Oat a lower Western 5806c. Fokko firm new 13 75q14 00. Lauds firm at 92. Bum steady Western a and of 10-weak Western. 2u�c. Trounce Mecay a _ Chicago. Aprils. W.t2?.alr #1 �21 03 May. 01 it 08� july �1 0m@l 01�. A a a. 00�?osteady Cash. So of May 53�c july. A nominal at 86370. A just nominal at 7s2isoo. 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