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Burlington Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - May 15, 1886, Burlington, Iowa More cyclones. Violent Gale destroys Lite and property at Forrest Ohio. Kansas and Michigan swept by winds equal velocity last night. May 17to23 special Sale White and coloured a at lower prices than they Are Selling them elsewhere done to lie too slow in testimony Martin Irons before tie Curtin congressional committee. Close the great strike in the Chicago lumber districts More anarchists placed under arrest. Employees the St. Louis Gas works go out for the eight hour system other telegrams. Death and destruction. A cyclones dreadful work in the Vicinity Forrest. Ohio. Chicago May 15.�?a daily news Forrest Ohio special says about Midnight a terrible Cyclone passed Over the country about two Miles West this place. Young forests were blown Down and huge Trees hurled into the air. Farm houses and outbuildings were demolished and scattered like straws. The train the Pittsburg and it. Wayne which left Chicago at 3 15 yesterday had a narrow escape from being blown away. A Large tree was thrown against a coach insuring twelve passengers slightly. The storm took a course along Blanehard River its track strewn with cattle and the debris ruined buildings. This morning shortly after 12 clock the Cyclone struck Dunkirk lifting Many buildings from their foundations and completely wrecking them. Others were a roofed and screams human beings could be heard above the Roar the elements. It is not known How Many were fatally injured. Four were picked up dead. Eighteen wounded persons have already been found. Pittsburg May 15.�?the Chicago express which passed through the Tornado at Forrest Ohio last night arrived Here this morning two hours late. Almost every window in the train was broken and a number passengers slightly Hurt from flying Glass. C. C. Bow. Of Canton Ohio had his right Eye destroyed by a piece Glass. The storm is reported to be the worst Ever experienced. Forrest Ohio May 15.�?the air was filled with balls fire which exploded with a loud snapping sound. The storm came from the Southwest. Five persons Are known to have been killed and a number injured two probably fatally. The residence w. L. Celice was totally destroyed killing Celice his two children and his Mother in Law. A House near by was destroyed killing one Man and several More buildings were destroyed. Wires along the it. Wayne amp Indiana Bloomington amp Western railroads Are Down. The methodi9tepis-Copal Church is demolished and Many Shade and fruit Trees broken. Three deaths Are reported from South Dunkirk. Houses lifted from the ground in Kan. Gas. Topeka Kansas May 15.�?a destructive Cyclone struck the Northern part this county and swept away a portion Meriden. About 10 clock a Large Black Cloud came up and struck the town a Large number buildings being destroyed. The residence occupied by Hartzell and family was lifted from the ground and carried eight feet. One child was seriously injured and will not live. The others escaped. Eighteen Twenty people were More less injured. A Man named Mcki Den was picked up carried Twenty feet into the air and landed against a wire Fence. He was seriously injured. Trees were torn up and nothing remained in the path the Tornado. The damage is thought to be very great. Whirlwinds in Michigan. Detroit May 14.�?the evening journal s Lansing special says a Cyclone formed a mile North there last night and swept North leveling fences and Woods and tearing buildings into fragments. Nobody was killed seriously injured so far As known. The whirlwind passed across big Chandler Marsh four Miles from Lansing striking a Michigan Central freight train a roofing cars and hurling the conductor into a ditch. A heavy wind and rain storm struck Albion at 5 30 yesterday afternoon flooding the streets. Five even stores a Brick Block were a roofed the Hall Over two the stores was completely wrecked. The roof was torn off bodily and hurled into the River. Xenia a storm victims. G bids 1 Martin Irons testifies. In bus mind by the Curtin committee reference to the strike St. Louis mo., May 14.�?the Curtin labor investigating committee held its last session in this City today and will leave for Washington tonight. J. W. Osborn Chamois mo., master Workman local Assembly no. 3,771 knights labor said that the strike was based a list grievances which had never been considered by the railway officials. Some the grievances consisted in the discharge men without notice and the non restoration wages after the adoption the March 1885, agreement. Martin Irons master Workman District Assembly 101, the membership which numbers 5,000 men employed the Missouri Pacific Railroad testified that officials that Road ignored the provision the agreement and noted instances where the grievances their employees were never considered. The discharge Hall the Texas amp Pacific Railroad was the immediate cause the strike. This was not however. The sole reason for the strike but it was the last Many grievances which had made the strike necessary. He had triad to Settle the affair before the strike and had met gov. Sheldon a receiver the Road and was assured by him that an Endeavor would be made to adjust matters. That gentleman told him that As governor Brown would be at Dallas the next Day he thought . Irons should go there. The next Day witness thought it Best that the receivers should con e to Marshall where the Hooks the com any were and so telegraphed governor Heldon but no answer was received. Another Telegram met with a response from the operator that Sheldon was not in the Dallas office. He then telegraphed that if a reply was not received by the next Day he would Call out the men. No answer came and he ordered the strike. Witness recounted the following events the strike the Missouri Pacific the conference at Kansas City the governors attempt to Settle the strike . Hoxie a action Etc bringing the matter Down to the general executive committees attempt to interview . Hoxie and the Means by which the strike was finally ended. An important arrest. The Man who threw the murderous bomb Shell in Chicago. Chicago May 14.�?a Man named Louis Ling was arrested this evening while in biding at no. 80 Ambrose Street. The police unreservedly declare that he is the Man who threw the death dealing bomb in their ranks a week ago tuesday. Before that Date Ling lived in Clay borne Avenue but up to this evening had not been seen since the massacre. His capture was made information furnished by one the Arbeiter Zeitung employees. The police say there is not a Shadow doubt the Many a guilt and the event tonight throws some credibility their statement. It is thought the arrest is one the most important made yet. With the exception the capture the instigator the horrible crime. Ling is said to have been in the pm plot spies and to have been since May 6 the missing Man. At the police station he was put through a rigorous examination lasting three hours. At la9t Ling made a statement the extent which the police refuse to disclose and detectives in Large numbers wore hurriedly dispatched to Clayborne Avenue for persons implicated in his confession. It is understood that the police made no promises to Ling but gained their in formation by other Means but just what they refuse to say. Other arrests. Chicago May 14.�?hymekjdejmek. An employee the Arbeiter Zeitung his brother Vaclay Dejmek and Frank Novak were before Justice White this afternoon charged with riot. Vaclay Dejmek was also charged with assaulting officer Casey. He was held is Bonds $3,000. Hymen and Novak were dismissed but just As Hymen wa9 leaving the court room a posse officers appeared and put him under arrest charging him with assault upon officer Casey. He will have a hearing tomorrow. Casey is the officer who was rescued at the foot a lamp Post upon which a crowd infuriated bohemians were about to hang him believing that he had slain one their countrymen during the assault Mccormick a factory. Political. The Trute Fdl Auto i five hearses in one funeral procession. Xenia o., May 14.�?the funerals the victims wednesday nights flood took place today and were Well attended by people from the country for Miles around. The four hearses in the City and an undertakers Wagon were brought into use the Morris family seven in number being buried by the Odd Fellows. The Powell family six in number were buried from the May a office from which place the other funerals with few exceptions took place. The spectacle five hearses in one funeral procession was a strange sight for our citizens. The search for bodies still continues and three Are known to be missing. A Farmer found a boy lodged in a Drift a few Miles from town to Day with a broken wrist and leg Here he had been since the flood unable to move and when recovered was so prostrated that he died in a few hours. Provisions and clothing Are coming in in sufficient quantities and All the destitute Are lodged in the skating rink where the committee is doing Good work. Trains Are moving to Columbus and the main line will be open to Cincinnati to Morrow evening but not to Dayton for several Days. Three Hundred men and the Bridge builders from Pittsburg Are Here at work. A Strong extra police Force has been sworn in to protect prop erty. Chores Xoum. A United presbyterian Church 913 Jefferson Street. Peter Swan pastor. Public services in the morning at 10 30, and in the afternoon at 4 00. Sabbath school at 2 30 p. All Are Welcome. First presbyterian Church Southwest Cor. Washington and fifth streets Rev. J. C. Mcclintock. services 10 30 a. The pastor will preach a historical Sermon giving an Maccou the organization and growth the Church. This is the last Sabbath the old Church is to he used for religious services. The work taking it Down it will begin at once and the new Church begun. Evening service at 7 30 p. Young Peoples prayer meeting one half hour previous. Christchurch the Rev. A. Johnson d. D., Rector. Early Celebration at 9 00 a. Sunday school at 90 a. Consecration the Church by the Bishop the diocese at 10 30 a. Evening service and confirmation at 7 30 p. Singing by the boy choir assisted by the Quartetti repeating the easter music. Trinity lutheran Church 115 South Boundary Street Rev. J. H. Culler pastor. Sabbath school at 9 15 a. Morning service at 10 30 a. Evening service at 7 45. All Are cordially invited to each these services. Congregational Church Rev. We. Salter pastor. Divine service will be held at 10 30 a. The Rev. Or. Robbins Muscatine will preach. Sunday school at 9 15 a. The Public Are cordially invited. No afternoon service. Walnut Street Baptist Church services morning and evening conducted by . E. C. Spinney. Sunday school at 3 p. South Burlington m. E. Church Corner South and thirteenth streets. A. V. Kendrick at 10 30 a. And 7 45 p. Prayer meet ing at 8 00 p. Sunday school at 9 15. Class meetings Sabbath at 12 m. And 2 30 p. M., and thursday at 8 p. All Are made Welcome. First m. E. Church Corner division and fifth streets. J. W. Alderman pastor. Preaching at 10 30 a. And 7 45 p. By the pastor. Sunday school at 9 00 a. First Baptist Church Corner sixth and Washington streets Rev. G. J. Johnson do. Pastor. Sunday services and Bible school at 9 15 a. Preaching at 10 30 a. And 7 30 p. Discourse for the morning service will be derived from revelation 1 10, a i was m the spirit the lords Day a and at night the fourth in a series courses upon a regeneration a from John 3 7, a Eye must be born the baud Hope will meet to Morrow afternoon at 2 30 clock in Patterson shall. Temperance meeting for adults at the same place at 3 30 p. Latter Day saints Hall East Side Mellinger amp Forney a Block Jefferson Street Between fifth and sixth. Ser vices at 10 30 a. And 7 45 p. The Public Are cordially invited to attend. West Burlington congregational Church Rev. W. H. Buss pastor land Hope meeting at 9 00 sunday school at 9 30. Services at 10 45 a. And 7 00 p Young Peoples meeting tuesday evening. West Burlington m. E. Church lev. J. A. Ross pastor. Sabbath services class 10 30 a. Preaching at 0 45 a. And 7 30 p. Sabbath school at 2 15 p. Young Peoples class tuesday evening. Prayer meeting thursday evening. Teachers Bible study Friday evening. A cordial Welcome to All our meetings. A Long contest with a monarchy. A the ads designing men this class proves most dangerous and difficult restraint. The labor question is beginning to assume stupendous proportions and an men who Are interested in that direction Are beginning to give it their most thoughtful attention. It will not Down in a Day but i Haye Hopes that this generation will live to see a generous solution that will bring the now opposing labor and capital More nearly n. R tion that cd Job �40i,Gt be i Fon the Ohio Senate passes the congressional reapportionment Bill Columbus Ohio april 14 a the Ohio legislature has decided to adjourn next tuesday. As a result the Large amount legislation is being rushed through the most it being a partisan nature. Little else has been Doue since the republicans the Senate in the absence the democrats seated the four Hamilton county members and thus secured a working majority. The Bill abolishing the Cincinnati Board Public works add authorizing the governor to appoint another was passed today and is a Law. The school Board finances that City have been placed under the tax commission and a Bill for the registration voters in Cincinnati and Cleveland has been passed. A me Aspra to Aid the governor in the organization the state institutions passed one Branch to Day and will meet with Success in the other. It leaves it optional with the governor whether he shall select a minority representation the boards the benevolent and penal institutions. Under the present Law it requires a full vote the Board to remove Heads institutions penal and otherwise and with this restriction removed a Large number vacancies will soon be made. The most important legislation to Day was the passage by the Senate the Bill for the redistricting the state for congressional purposes. There was considerable opposition to it by the friends present congressmen whose majorities in the old districts 1882 will be wiped entirely out. Or at least lessened so As to make their chances nomination and election More Bazar Dous. The Bill has been passed to a Sec Ond Reading in the House and will he come a Law mind amp a. The Houe Cor. Jeff and id its. End the strike in the Chicago lumber District. Chicago May 14.�?the strike in the lumber Yards in the southwestern portion this City was brought to a close today the employees returning the old terms ten hours work and ten hours pay. Before noon the Stampede by the men to return to work in the lumber Yards was very pronounced and it was evident that the War was Over. Under the impetus the belief that the lumbermen would make no concessions beyond the offer the executive committee a number men began work yesterday and by this action they put to test the threats Vio Lence which had been made against those who started in Advance the order the Union they went to their Homes unmolested at the close the Day and returned to their employment unharmed today. This proof that the threats the anarchists were Idle seemed to be All that was necessary to encourage the Large body men who were anxious to work to Brave the an a canvass the House indicates that the Hill will meet with do formidable opposition. With the passage the Scott Law the perfection the appropriation Bill the provision made to Bor Tow Money to preserve the credit the state and the seating the Hamilton county members it is believed by Many republicans that it will be Wise policy to adjourn without passing a redistricting Bill. A Long preamble and Resolution were offered in the Senate today re questing the United states Senate to prosecute the charges against Henry b. Payne in accordance with the report which was submitted by the Ohio House. The Resolution went Over under notice to discuss. A Columbus Ohio May. 15.�?the Senate to Day adopted a Resolution requesting the United states Senate to prosecute the inquiry relative to the seat senator Payne. A you will notice How quickly a thoroughly successful article is imitated Anc also that the imitations Are without Merit As they Are gotten up by unscrupulous parties. Beware imitations . Jones red Clover tonic. The genuine is sold by Geo. C. Henry agent and promptly cures dyspepsia Ostive it a Bri Ness Baa breath piles pimples ague. 3 and malaria diseases poor appetite to diseases the kid spirits headache Neys stomach and liver. To Price 60 cents Ger the Union men and at once began our into the Yards. Vessels that top it had i been lying Idle at the docks during the last fortnight were alive with men and the unloading is going ahead with the greatest activity. Prompt so Aid to frisk loyalists. London May 15.�?orangemen Australia sent a Cable dispatch to the loyalists Ireland promising to Aid them in their endeavours to prevent the adoption the Home Rule scheme a a a a a strike in the St. Louis Gas works. St. Louis May 15.�?All employees the Laclede Gas company which furnishes a Large portion the residents this City with Gas struck today for the eight hour system. The company has Only enough Gas to last Over tomorrow. It will not he possible to Light Gas lamps after that time. Tour blood. Among Spring preparations do not neglect that which is most important Thi ally your own body. During Che Winter the blood absorbs Many impurities which if not expelled Are liable to break out in scr Fula other disease. The Best Spring Medicine is hoods Bursa a Rilla. It expels every impurity from the blood and jives strength to every fun Doc info Solu tion Tho by nil druggists. A. Preaching m forests fired through revenge. City Mexico May 14.�?very serious Forest fires have been raging for several Days in the neighbourhood am Cameca a Village lying at the base he Popocatepetl Volcano. A Large Force sappers and miners has been sent from this City to subdue the flames. It is said by some that the fires were kindled by fanatic indians in revenge forgot being allowed to have a religious procession during the holy week. 8acro Monte was entirely covered with Beautiful Cedars and was one the Molt Beautiful spots in the Republic but it is now completely devastated. Religious processions Are prohibited by the Reform Laws 1867. An officer Cut with razor. Chicago May 15.�?a journal s Lanark 111., special says Patrick Reddington City marshal Shannon was attacked by Charles Lashell a Barber last night. The latter was armed with a razor and Cut Reddington in the neck the injured Man dying from the wound almost instantly. Lashell was intoxicated and had twice been taken Home by the marshal. It was while the marshal was in lash eur a House in response to a letter from the latter smother to effect his arrest the third time that he made Bis copy Day and fatal attack. Lashell was i arrested at Midnight. Bartley Campbell insane. New York May-.15.�?drs. Mathews and Fitch today appeared in the supreme court with certificates to the effect that they examined and found Bart Lej Campbell to be suffering from Gener Al Paresis. The court signed the certificates. And upon these certificates it a Likely that Campbell will immediately he taken to some insane Asylum. Strike declared illegal. Pittsburg. Pa., May 15.�?the Bakers strike was declared illegal last night Bjo the knights labor Aud the men were induced to return to work. The employees consented to a twelve hour arrangement. Ork trounce Market. New York. 15. Ket fairly Active Andiorio quot red for june. 88�88v4c. Estero ices a pal. Oats Market quiet and unchanged. To Hgt Market Dull and easy at 10 00� t�38. R steady. Corny Market 32�33c. Oats Market Active and firm 31@33c. Hyhn quiet at 65�6flc. Peoria. May 15. New High mixed. No. 2, White. Chicago love Stock Market. Chicago. May 15. Ronsy receipts 11,000 head. Market Active and firm Light $3 75�4 25 rough packing s3 70@.4 00 mixed and heavy packing and ship pier $4 05@4 35. Cattle receipts 1,400 head. Market Beeves s4 50�n in butchers 8225�4 20 stockers $3 00�4 70. St. Louis prance Market. St. Lottis. May 15. No. 2, red for cask. 2, mixed Fot wheat Market firm. 80c for june 8134c. Corny Market quiet. No. Cash 33c for june. 33c bid. Oats Market firm. No. 2, mixed for Cash 30@c. May 30c bid. Rye weak at 70c asked. Whisky�?$1 10. Pork easy at $9 15@9 25. Lard steady at 95 70 2.5 80. Mow Altee Arkes. F a a a a Ai amp Wain Admay 15. We at Kph ret Firth a cd Sii 78c? Fot june Kim j iwo. A corny Market easier at 38c. Oats Market steady at 2tc. Rye Market quiz at 67c. Banley re oct a get. At 51c. Carriage work a specially Burlington Carriage works Cor. 3d and Elm streets. You will find . Schramme a Complete in All departments the weather. Washington. May 15.�?for Illinois and Iowa fair weather nearly stationary temperature northerly winds. Nebraska fair. Weather variable winds slightly warmer. Strikers to be reinstated. St. Louis May 15.�?superintendent Kerrigan Lias agreed to reinstate firemen discharged during the knights labor strike. Britons racing yacht Galatea. London May 15.�?the British yacht Galatea which is to compete in the races in american Waters for the americans cup started for new York today. Nine jurors obtained. St. Louis May 15.�?Only nine jurors have been thus far obtained in the Maxwell murder Case. A the wife Mother and maid who Suff ers from female weakness and debility will find Gilmore a aromatic a positive cure. Resigned. Washington May 14.�?thomas m. James Kansas special land agent at Mitchell Dakota has resigned. The effect strikes. Bank statement. New York May 14.�?the weekly Bank statement shows a Reserve increase $.1,384,000. Superintendent w. F. Merrill a views the labor question. Superintendent Merrill was at Des Moines the other Day and a Register Man found him in a communicative mood and in regard to inquiries regarding the effect Nothe strike upon Railroad traffic generally said while the strike was in Progress it shut Down our business entirely and we have by no Means recovered from its bad effects yet. The blow was struck in too vital a Point for recovery to come so soon. I doubt much if the general Busi Ness the country will reach again its Normal condition under a years time and maybe not then. The effect these strikes Are far reaching Aud the Wisest can never Tell where they will Stop but it would seem that after awhile Labouring men would learn that they could not afford to indulge the luxury. Any intelligent Man who will read history carefully will see where ajl such movements end and it would seem that they might take warning from these lessons the past. But no each generation must learn for itself and that at the Dearest school possible to be found. It is a wonderful fact that you Seldom see an honest hard working Man at the head these institutions and when you do he is obviously misled by designing men who have their own ends in View. They claim that the labor organizations Are formed solely to prevent strikes and to bring the employer and employed into closer Fellowship but this claim is obviously invalid when from 1,000 to 15.000 its members Are constantly the strike. They Are not sincere Aud have shown their insincerity in every instance. Their order is founded upon injustice and must fall necessity for no organization can Long succeed being so founded. There has never been a slavery labor that could compete with that imposed by the so called knights upon their members it being the mind More than the body. To show How far reaching these acts May be and upon innocent people i will Only cite you to but one single instance. The Chicago Burlington amp Quincy Road had intended before these troubles arose to spend in Iowa this year at least $500,000 in extensions and possibly As much More in repairs and other needed improvements. They will not now expend a single Dollar and will doubtless have its effect upon the next years operations As Well. This is not said with any intention reflecting upon the men who Are employed in Owa As they Are As reliable As Ever Man had under him but Given As an example what such ill advised methods May bring about. Here Are the people Iowa deprived the benefits that must arise to them from the expenditure $1,000,000 in their midst by the acts men for whom they were in no Way responsible and against whose unlawful acts they have remonstrated almost to a Man. In this lies one the most severe injustices that can Ever attach to human actions. In these organizations labor so called there Are always to be found three classes and in them May be found some their most distinctive elements weakness. I would put first those Kaep who Are honest in their Endeavor to right existing wrongs and place labor and capital upon a common footing where they undoubtedly belong. Much credit is due Many these men but unfortunately they Are generally devoid the business instinct and Are easily handled by the worser elements. Jim to i would place the demagogue who wishes to use the votes labor that his unworthy self May be hoisted into positions far above the demands his capacity. Nest Cornea the anarchists socialists the ignorant foreigners who do not know enough american Law customs to know that they Are free but continue to fight a Republican government with All the bitterness born consecration Christ Church. To Morrow is a great Day for the people this Parish when their Beautiful Church will be consecrated according to a form set Forth by the Church by the right Rev. W. Stevens Perry. Bishop the diocese. One the conditions the consecration is that the Church is free debt which is a notable fact when it is remembered that this has been done in a very Short time. The services to Morrow morning will be an unusual and very interesting character and in the evening the Bishop will administer the order confirmation. Y. C. A. Announcements. Workers training class meets at the rooms to night at 8 clock. Jail service sunday at 2 p. Led by cabs. S. Edmondson. Young menus meeting at the rooms 111 North main Street sunday at 4 p. M., led by e. G. Segnor. Topic a Trepen tence the first thing necessary 10 secure 319. Union prayer meeting tuesday at 9 p. West Hill cottage meeting wednesday evening at e. T. Atkinsons 612 plane Street. The monthly business meeting will be postponed from monday evening to another time. Fy1gst perfect made Trona St natural Kame and strongest natural fruit flavors. Vanilla. Lemon Jor if Arnond Rose Etc., flavor As delicately add Datura by As the fruit. Race baking powder co., chicag it St. A Guys. W. Hilt lips a now in Stok the a a latest a a Atyim and a loll and Complete assortment a expressly for the retail Trace. 221 Jefferson Street. To drink at the Fountain personal. Mrs. W. A. Morrison Iowa City is visiting her Brothers and Sisters in this City. Mrs. Gra m. Foote Kewanee to Here a Short visit. A Gilmore a aromatic is a great Success therefore we Challenge the world to produce its equal As a restorative for woman. A Acker s dyspepsia tablets will give you immediate Relief. Indigestion dyspepsia positively cured. Every druggist Sells them. 4 a�1 vice to mothers. Aze you disturbed at night and Brokhin your rest by a sick child suffering and crying with pain cutting Teeth if so Send at once and get a bottle mrs. Winslow a soothing syrup for children teething. Its value is incalculable. It will relieve the poor Little sufferer immediately. Depend upon it. Mothers there is no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and diarrhoea regulates the stomach and bowels cures wind Colic softens the Gums reduces inflammation and gives tone and Energy to the whole system. Mrs. Winslow a soothing syrup for children teething is pleasant to the taste and is the prescription one the oldest and Best female physicians Andaur in the United states., and is for a e All druggists throughout the Wor. Price 25 cents a bottle. From which is drawn sparkling in cold soda som Videly kissing a Saratoga. Waukesha and Blu lick Waters. Syrups Jill the same. Price 5c a Glass. It a a i z3 8�?T largest assortment in the City. Any Competition. Wants the Day a pork packing establishment a City Park the River. More electric lights. More manufacturers. More wine and Beer and less whisky. More taxation and less intimidation. If you done to believe in the above sentiments you do believe in a Happy pleasant Home which is really not Complete without a piano Organ Soia musical instrument very truly Jam. Guest ios main Street �?o3, Cambric Finta goods Iti embroil a new Spring dress goods bleached and Brown All the Best makes just received at Gardner Peterson amp co. Only Low Fresi received now daily and throughout the season by i a. Us. E3. 3l.13stkz, who exhibit now at their windows Nico new and its As Low As 15 and 25 cents and will sell to Beni new Stock in millinery at m Loi prices As to defy any Ooms look in set 303jafferson St. 10 name i k i no m m u $ a husband what was the that delicious Tea we drank at mrs. Johnson s the other night a a that my dear was epicure re ltd la a a i Why it was Al vow jul it a d think 1 did the Chicago Market. Chicago daily Market quotations furnished every evening for the Gazette by the Board Trade article. Opening. Highest. Lowest. Tosino perfectly delicious what a Loumiet and John i Felt so Good Over not like i do after that horrid Green Tea they a make me a mail right my dear i shall go if jew amp to f Weh r a yrs by it re ii Send lot inf reaction Tea can it at once. I Admire your who to May june july August sept. Co a May june july aug. Sept. Oath a in july aug. Of Wiki May june july aug. La sin May june july aug. Rye 60c Othy $1 70 75 4 76ft a 7854 79 78 77 a 78 it �7h 38 88 a is a july 28 28 24 8 77 8 80 8 70 8 80 8 82 8 87 8 90 800 5 05 in 5 00 6 06 6 07 6 10 flaxseed 9106 whiskey 91 14-Cam Loh. We sat Winter. A a Spring ooh. Oats. Ryk. Babut. Is 6 77 a 6 90 i 96 a is by is 88 88 is 28 a i 8 80 is 6 96 6 97 6 06 6 10 tim a. A. 9 ii 86 146 4 u 1 Tew an m prof. E. C. Cary teacher the Cornet Anil All Banff moments it inquire at James a. Quests. Mah Foamy lladwoodnmantsl9 . To emf 7lkhart Carriage amp harness my Fucco. Every buggy sold by the middleman ral dollars added to the first has Severa 1 Price. We have no agents but for Deal pc with the con twelve years have suture. We lege examining before baying. We pay freight both ways if not satisfactory. Warrant every thing for two years. One Price Only. Our platform Spring Wagon at �53jsaame As others sell at $85. Topin Ggles it line As usually sold for our harness Are and not i Bat Al eat Lierz �nge7si� to it a a a a a via to. 1 farm hii Ness �23.5�. 64-Pag� illustrated free. Address w. B. Pratt Secretary Elk Hurt i Catalogna Indian a hotel ,i3src3-Toisr, Iowa to the full Eli i pub to. This hotel has been enlarged and is now completed and is acknowledged by the travel in Public As one Ibe most desirable hotels in Iowa. It has the handsomest action passenger Ami e elevator in the state. The latest improved electric Uon passes re Ami a vow a re a area Kiuji tubes from office to every part the House. Fire alarms every floor lne largest office and Rotunda any hotel in Iowa. Has All the safeguards against flyer Bouse pro a a eve cry Twenty minutes nightly. The most expensive add finest water closets Ever introduced in felony Hovehn Iowa further a Ore the hotel Duncan will be conducted with the View pleasing its patrons. P. and operate our own free bus and baggage Wagon. Very truly Geo. A. Duncan manager. Jas. W. Smither wholesale if astute Cut Reb 7 dress pattern ant. Guinet 5c celebrated regular Price $ �25, to close at 95c per cd. A Kalb i foreign fruits nuts Etc. Nos. 207 to2318 n. Fifth Street 6 �.a�tern8i it Law solar p�c0�?T i Burdix Norton. Iowa $1.75, to close at $1.25 p6r cd. Silk Satin and Pongee Ault amp Wiborg _ i new goods and latest styles 25c up to $5. Best tale brer offered in this Market h. H. Scott 1�sxn Street printing Ink. Cincinnati Ohio. Is Rordorf Sollit a. Al la Cal sirs curb by one who was deaf Twenty p�?o4 eight years. Treated by Moat the noted specialists Tho Day with to Benefit. Curea himself in three months an since then hundreds other by a by hum pro a t.1addre�rt. A spa a set toss treat men St. No York it a. F a a a a a a a a a

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