Burlington Daily Gazette in Burlington, Iowa
15 May 1886

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15 May 1886

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Burlington Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - May 15, 1886, Burlington, Iowa Pm a my z. Opera House h. M. Wa8hrukn, manager. Railroad Tuo Tarli. Arrival and depart Are of Traine from the Union depot. And from Burlington. B. It Going West. A no. 1.�.00 . A no. 8.6.45 . A no. 5.8.30 . No. 7�?f. M.�?8 35 . No. 17.3.45 . No. 258.40 . Going ea8t. A no. 2.6.15 . A no. 410.30 . A no. 6.7.10 . A no. 8.8.45 . A no. 102.35 . To. 64.11.00 . St. Lotti8 via month a no. 4 leave. 10.30 . Not. 6.7.10 St. Lottis via Keokuk a no. 171 l�?Tve7.00 . A no. 1738,45 . To. 175.7.50 . To. 17712.40 . I. B. It it. Via Galesburg. A no. 6 leave. .6.40 . A no. 410.30 . A no. 102.35 . Quincy via Carthage a no. 181 love. 8.10 . To. 183 .2.45 ale do via Keith buro a no. 125.30 to. 66 love. 8 05 . To. 48. .8.36 . T. P. K w. No. 3 leave2.15 . A no. 6.5.35 . B. K k. A no. 1.6.55 . To. 3 leave7.15 . Toward Burlington. B. It Are be from the West. A no. 26.00 a. M. A no. 410.10 p. M. A no. 6.6.55 a. M. A no. 8 6.15 . To. 262.15 . To. 14.12.15 . Arrive from the v a st1 a no. 1.8.40 p. M. A no. 3.6.20 a. M. A no. 5.8.10 p. M a no. 7, fast m.8.28 a. M. A no. 912.15 . St. Louis via Monmouth. A no. 3 Are be. .6.20 . A no. 5.8.10 . St. Louis via Keokuk. A no. 172 ar�?Tve.6.20 am. A no. 1747.50 . To. 1706.00 . To. 178. .9.30 . I. B. K w. Via Galesburg. �?�no.3 Are be. 6.20 . A no. 5.8.10 . A no. 912.15 . Quincy via Carthage a no. 182 ar�?Tve.8.00 . To. 18411.65 . Aldo via keith8-Burg. A no. 118.45 . To. 65 . To. 534.50 . T. P. K w. A no. 1 ar�?Tve7.40 . A no. 3.1.40 . A no. 2 ar�?Tve�?~8�15 . To. 4.4.45 Burlington and Northwestern. Arrive. 7 35 . Leave. 6 50 . Burlington and Western. Arrive. No. S.7 35 . No. 4t. 12 45 . Leave. No. 16 50 . No.3.10 00 . S , _ Andrea a cheap Shoh store. Come Early come boldly expecting everything Asad Vertise. And you w 11 be disappointed for the bargains Are far greater Thau Here expressed. 212 Leff re on St., sign of a the a Green Eliv Central going North. Arrive from North. No. 3leaves8.46 . 4 arrives6.30 . No. 7 a a 6.46 . No. 8 a a 8.00 . Passenger trains arrive and depart from Jefferson Street depot As follows got no North. I arrive from North. No. 1 leave4.00 . No. 3 ar�?Tves11.20 . No. 3 a a 8.53 . No. 4 a a 6.20 . No. 5 a a 4.10 . No. 6 a a 10.30 . No. 7 a a 6.55 . No. 8 a a 7.50 . A passenger t freight accommodation. B. It No. 3 will be held in Burlington until 3 . Saturdays. No. 4 will run ahead of time tuesday. To. 17 will carry passengers Only As far As Fairfield. No. 26 from Ottumwa to Burlington. Neither of these trains carry heavy baggage. Baggage checked on nos. 177 and 178 on the Keokuk Branch except sundays. Sleeping car arrangements. Sleeper on it No. 1 for Omaha. Lincoln and Denver. Dining car on B. It No. 2. Drawing room car on B. Amp No. 2 for Chicago. Sleeper on B. It No. 5 for Council Bluffs. Sleeper on no. 173 for St. Louis via Keokuk. Sleeper on It. It No. 3 for Minneapolis chair car on i. B. It w. No. 4 for Indianapolis. Through coach on 1.11. Amp w. No. 8 for Indianapolis. K. It St. L. Nos. 172, 173, 177, 178 daily. Nos. 1 it 2, daily Between Chicago and Denver. Nes 3 it 4, daily Between Chicago Burlington and Council Bluffs. Daily trains on the Dea Moines. Crest a and red Oak branches. Cali on or address Mort. G. Haight City passenger agt., Telephone no. 23. Office in Union depot. A a i am handling Athol photos. And having a splendid Trade on it with very satisfactory results from those that have used it John Swarthout a druggist of Columbus wis., writes in commendation of the great remedy for rheumatism and neuralgia. A buy the famous epicure Tea at Magnuson amp Eklundh a. It surpasses All other teas in purity and Fine flavor. A this is the Way Des Moines people Are fore griped against storms Washington d. C., May 14.�?observer, Des Moines Iowa conditions Are favourable for several local storms in Iowa Illinois and Missouri this afternoon and evening. Hazen. It is a shame that the signal office in this City was discontinued and another Effort should be made to have it reestablished. A the following is an extract from the last letter written by d. N. Richardson of the Davenport Democrat dated at Jerusalem March 30, being a description of the holy City look at your watch. Not quite 60 minutes gone since we stood Here before yet we have compassed All these Walls about been Clear around the present jewish City which now is twice As Large As it was when the Savior died on Calvary new Are these Walls two Miles and a half about then perhaps a fraction More than one a City then upon a walled space with Zions Hill Moriah with All its temples houses streets about the size of six modern City blocks. Such was the magnitude of the great City of David a Mere speck upon this Judean Mountain Range a Barren place amid More Barren places a City without sewage Gas or aqueducts City without streets where Carriage wheels could Roll a merely a hornets nest a hanging to a Rock an eagles nest among the Mountain crags and yet. For so the Story runs the Only Home on Earth of him who made the world and set the Sun and stars above. �?1� you enjoy Good music go to the Organ concert next wednesday Naglit. Christ Church. A the dying words of Goethe a More Light a a Are being echoed by May people who Are neither benefited by the Gas nor electric lights and henceforth the aldermen will find their desks piled High with petitions for More Light. There is no telling but this May be an important Issue in the next municipal election. In and about Burlington grand opera House tuesday May 18, performance by the favorite travesty club for the Benefit of the Relief society an entirely new extravaganza. Written sex pres by for the travesty club entitled Perseus new scenery painted for this occasion new costumes new music. Popular prices�?75c, 60c, 25c. Tickets a per Sale or Exchange saturday morning. Half cent a word. 1he Gazette hereafter will publish in this t1 column All advertisements of lost or found for rent. For Sale Board or rooms. Wanted and similar notices at the Low rate of on half a cent a word each figure a word but no advertisement less than ten cents. No advertisement will be inserted every other Day or twice a week in this column. The attention of advertisers is called to the fact that an advertisement in the Gazette reaches nearly double the number of readers in Bur in Norton that can be reached by any other paper in of City. _ wanted. No. 1 laundry woman and i dishwasher House a at Palmer Massey proper. Immediately. It. B. Myl-6t a general House work Good mrs. I. P. Wilson. Girl to do wages at 100 Augusta St., Cor. Market St for Sale. C it , Cement Lime 20c, poit Byron comr title a. Kemper Thiru and 5ark t streets. And Lime com May Dow at bargain if taken soon two Story Dwel i g. With lot and half Beautiful location 1408 s. Main St., Prospect Hill. If not sold soon will to for rent. Go. Sweny Cor. Of third and division Centennial office. May5-5r. Cheap on easy terms Coal of All kinds Cord stove and Pine Wood. Now is the time to contract with James Frame. Anr28-Lroo lost. A business envelope of jes. A. Guest Conta ning9 ticket forthe Christchurch Organ festival. Guests Stor finder will please leave at Ray lev of Gold watch. Reward we 1 be Given a a by returning to Mckelly Schina store. Niay7-tf for rent. 1urn>8hed room for Tlemcen. Inquire at Shi Gas and water. F me or two Gen North 3d Street. Myl5-tf eight room House and Vwashington St. Inquire of Burlington lumber . Rc�y5tf 1 desirable five Roora House. North Hill seven Dollar per month one ditto eight dollars. Tracy amp Mercek. Apr29-tf r oom8, near the business part of the City. H. F Rohde 3184 Jefferson St. Mll-6t a House of six rooms on South 8th Street a a enquire at 249 s. 8th St. May4-tf f urn i shed rooms with court Street. Board at 308 apr26-tf stage of six rooms on College Aye. Enquire of e. Spinney. Mehl7 of miscellaneous. Tihe daily Gazette can Al All times be obtained at at the newsstand of Dan. Evans Union hotel the Barrett House hotel Duncan Ira Gale Main Street Rob. Burris third Street r. News ., at Union depot and of j. Curran it ., at the Post office. Thoe Gazette will charge hereafter for Ordinary death notices fifty cents and for obituary notices 10 cents per line. For so piety resolutions of respect one Dollar. Mar riase notices will be in parted of charge. Notice to . City engineers office Burlington Iowa May 6,1888. F sealed proposals for grading curbing guttering and Macada Mizing Jefferson at set from the East Side of seventh Street to the c., It K. Track also for quarrying about 500 cubic Yards of Rock in Maiden Lane Between Boundary and summer streets will be received at this office until May 17th, 1886. For plans and specifications Call at the City engineers office the City any or All bids. E City Council reserves the right to reject may6-6t William Stry City Engineer. Whol Balb. Retail Adams it Jacoby manufacturers of trunks ban Ait travel uni roots repairing a bibs always Low. X. 994 a Kala Street baits gust Lees. Spring style Dunlap hats Taylor Bros. A Coles circus Iii be Here june 15th. A Organ concert next wednesday,19th a Runge a european restaurants first class. A a raw and Bleak wind blew to Day and shop doors were closed. A try Ames fancy flour. It is the Best. H. Zaiser amp sox. A Twenty four licenses have been issued therefor and a number of applications Are on file. A a Large Stock of Spring goods and uiting at g. Oelhaf merchant tailor 120 Jefferson Street. A the temperature was unusually Low this morning and May fires were restarted. A fresh strawberries every Day at Magnuson amp Eklundh a West Hill grocery. A or. Frame the veterinarian has discovered Black leg among the calves of s. B. Marchand of Danville. A it is rumoured in Washington that senator Allison of Iowa is about to marry a Beautiful Young lady of that City. A Masou Long the reformed Gambler was egged by a lot of hoodlums at Sigourney who took exceptions to his remarks about gambling and drinking. �?�?o100 doses one Dollar a a is True Only of hoods Sarsaparilla and it is an unanswerable argument As to strength and Economy. A the ladies of the first presbyterian Church will receive their friends for the last time in the old Church on monday evening from 7 30 to 10 00. A the salvation army has become an unbearable nuisance at Marshalltown and the mayor has sent two of the mount Ebanks to jail after repeated orders to move on. A Butcher the Comanche horseman entertained a crowd of Board of traders to Day with several of his Well told stories a the rain which fell Here yesterday extended As far North As Cedar rapids Aud continued throughout the Day. A Frank l. Clement who threw himself in front of a train at Newark J., the other Day is another of the Long line of Good actors who have ruined themselves by drink. He has played Jaques and leading heavy roles with Modjeska this season in a Way that won him much Praise. A few weeks ago the leading parts were taken from him because he had appeared on the stage in an unfit condition a few Days ago he disappeared and then the end. A Stock in series 4, Burlington loan association now ready. An excellent investment for Small savings paid nearly ten per cent last year. M. Green. Sec y. A it is stated that the a intends to Widen their Bridge Over the Mississippi at this Point anal Lay a double track. This will involve a Large outlay but the immense traffic seems to demand it. While they Are about it the Bridge should be made wide enough for wagons. A done to miss the Organ concert at Christ Church May 19th. A the marksmen of company h were out yesterday and made the following score Lieut. Wilner 40 Sergt. Gnahn 40 private H. Merrill 87 private a. L. Troxel 34 private r. Howard 25. A yesterday the articles of incorporation of the Northwestern furniture company were recorded. Chas. A d. Rand is president e. D. Rand or. Secretary and treasurer Robert Wolf superintendent. The capital Stock is $6,000, which May be increased to $80,000. The company will manufacture furniture in what is known As Woltz a factory. A you will enjoy the music at Christ Church next wednesday night. A Joseph Humphreys a Young Man who has been afflicted with epilepsy for some years and has been treated recently at St. Francis Hospital was declared insane today and taken to the Hospital at it. Pleasant. A for the biggest dish of the Best ice Cream go to acres Corner summer and Dill streets. Decoration Day. Grand commander we. Mchenry has granted to Matthies Post no. 5, g. A. R., the privilege of observing the29th of May As decoration Day instead of the 31st, As ordered by the grand Encampment. This will bring Many visitors from surrounding posts in this county to Burlington to assist in the exercises of the Day. The grand commander has also granted dispensation to Muster in All recruits before decoration Day without having to wait the time ordered by the Laws of the grand army. Lincoln Lodge no. 125, Excelsior Lodge no 253, and red Cross Lodge no. 242, of the a. O. U. W., have accepted the invitation from the committee of invitation of the g. A. To participate in the ceremonies of decoration on saturday May 29th, and the mayor and City Council have also been invited to take part in the services. The sixth Street Bridge. We understand some people fear that the South end of the Bridge will be Way up above the Street Grade and a hogs Back will be made in Market Street. Engineer Steyh tells us that the South abutment As now completed is but of higher than the old one and will be on a line with the South Side of Market Street the highest Point of the Bridge is sixty feet from the South abutment which is Nineteen feet. From this Point the Grade drops five feet to the Hundred Over the main truss and the approach on Valley Street remains As it has been. In order to make the North abutment doubly substantial the Railroad Engineer has constructed a Section of the South Side Wall of the sewer which passes under the Bridge near that place. New scenery at the opera House tuesday night the deck of the grecian Galley the realistic raft scene in mid Ocean. A coloured priest. The Quincy journal says a Prev. August Tolton was ordained in Rome on holy saturday. Or. Tolton is a coloured priest whose Home is in Quincy. He has been educated at the propaganda at Rome and the coloured people will be glad to learn that he has been ordered to return and take up work in our City. He will return the last of june. If. After a fair trial he finds it impossible to make any headway Here he will be sent to Africa. He is we understand the first coloured priest who has Ever yet come from America. If not the first there Are but few before I s. The lesson for the weekly meeting of Chautauqua of on May 17th will consist of political Economy a the relations of capital and labor a a Etc., and in physical geography a Coral several essays will be read. A thanks or. House. It has been claimed by the Dubique papers that House of Jackson county was controlled in the interest of Marshalltown by senator Johnson who suggested his appointment and House has been bombarded most unmercifully by these same papers. The Telegraph gives us this Crumb of postmortem Comfort or. House of Jackson county writes a Friend Here that he voted to locate the soldiers Home at Marshalltown because he had been petitioned to do so by every g. A. Post in the congressional District he represented on the commission. He also says that he considered the site offered by Burlington better than Dubuque a and that he would have voted for that City in preference to Dubuque though he was not prejudiced against the key City. To Veitz club tuesday night at the grand House. Popular prices. Opera an Amateur Gardener. When rising sol with brightening rays the landscape is adorning. The Woodland warbles with their lays Salute the Golden morning. The Man who owns a Patch of ground is not in slumber snoring he then is in his Garden found the Beds for weeds exploring. Recollections of a Pioneer. Franklin township. For the Gazette. In 1836 the Prairie in this township was called Casey Prairie Why i do not know for i do not remember any person by that name residing there. It settled up quite fast in 1836, �?T37 and 38, a Good Many came from Greene and adjoining counties in Illinois. Along the East and South part of the township lived John of Farrell an irishman and a worthy Man who died from an injury received by hi9 team running away. The family moved to grass Valley California but the old lady and some of the children i understand have returned the the old Homestead. William Marshall. Ben m. Marshall Lewis t. Larkin Wiley Ballard John Mcdonald. Charles Bur rus and sons Colby Thornton and Thomas All resided near what is known now As Franklin Mills. The Burrus family came from East Tennessee i believe were relatives of the Sexson a. West of the above lived mrs. Polly Woodside and her son James h. Wood Side now living near Kossuth and i be Lieve Frank Lightfoot married a daughter Jas Young Alexander new Hick and later Adam Hartsell my Friend Henry Gargan and his sister mrs. Warren widow of the late Michael Warren a Crawford Harris one of the first settlers South of the City old or. Barton his sons and daughters. The Sutcliffe came from England two Brothers the widow of one resides near there yet also old Man Wagner and his sons. Then up Flint Henry Schelb who lived in town at one time and quarried also Squire Riepe and Many years ago George Jarvis i think some of his family reside there yet. North of Jarvis an old Friend of mine from England Charles Beers lived and died and i believe the widow resides there at this time. A great Many germans lived along Flint Bottom on the North Side i cannot remember their names. I believe Chas. O. Statham and Jas. Hedrick a. Stout old Man Kimball old Man Banner and one or two of the Riffle boys lived in the Southwest Corner years ago. Then East of Chas. Beeres who had a Mill live Jonathan Zion who died there lately David Scott and his sons old Man Francis Rife or. Kopp James Ferrell an irishman once my neighbor in town and at an Early Day my old Friend Jean d. Cameron who died out there and Henry k. Terrell who moved to Minnesota they were from Virginia. And along the Dodgeville Road an old Friend Daniel Mccallen. Who traded a House is built on North seventh Street now owned by or. Barger to Jacob Arrick for the farm he lives on. Man years ago. I remember when Daniel came to town in 1840. He had a brother and sister living Here both Are now dead. We. Pence and Archibald Mcmichael. Who was a Surveyor and moved to town lived on North seventh Street and 1 believe died there. Nathan Huston is still residing there and South of or. Huston san old Friend we. Campbell Berry whose father and Brothers lived near Rock Springs in 1836. Campbell moved to his farm in 1837 or 1838 i think and East of him on the Wapello Road resided for Many years Alexander Wright. Or. Wright died there and his sous Aud daughters have All moved away to Missouri and Kansas. North of or. Wright for Man years resided George Huston the father of our fellow citizen. E. S. Huston of Hall amp Huston. He sold out and moved to Nebraska. East of him Bobby Robbins lived and East an old Friend Gaiter s. Barnes the father of the late j. Wesley Barnes. Or. Barnes died there Many years ago. North of old or. Barnes lived two old friends from Ireland Edward Murphy Aud Edward Dugan both i believe resided in Rhode Island before they came to the Black Hawk Purchase about 1835 or 1836. And both died on their claims. Near them resided Abraham Bush and John Bush and old or. Jonah Todd a Baptist preacher. They May have been East of the township line and what is now Benton . On the Wapello Road lived old Man Bolen Ping and his sons for Many years and North of him old Man Mcollough. Both died on their farms i in 1836 or 1837,Levi t. Larkin lived on one of these farms but moved Down near Franklin Mills in fact i believe he built the Mill or bought it soon after it was built. Above Mccollough a lived another or. Larking cannot remember his Given name. He died Many years ago his wife was a miss Loper. West of or. Pings is Robert Al leu a. The claim i believe belonged to Samuel death think he sold to or. Allen who has resided on it these Many years and who is a prominent citizen was a Justice of the peace and member of the Board of county supervisors and of the legislature. I and i was mistaken As to his Selling to one of the Ripley boys but As the a Squire was very frequently Down at old Man Ripley a i suppose is the reason 1 thought he resided near there. John Atchison also lived near Robert Allens. I think a or. Clark lived on his place of late years. John lived in town and died on the South Hill and his widow married Chas. Denison an old settler of Franklin. On what is now the Sutcliff farm Fred Atchison a brother of John lived and owned. Fred was a rather wild fellow and a crony of old Man English. He and John i believe were sons in Law of old Man John Lorton. William Pence also lived West of Allens on the Dodgeville Road i believe John Beckman owns that place now Aud North where Dodgeville is or just South where old or. Sommerville now lives old Man John Lorton lived. He had a Large family two or three sons James and John and several daughters. He was from Greene county 111., and i believe i saw him when he crossed the River at Smiths ferry in the Spring of 1836, and i believe old Man John Burkhart and family were with that party of movers. Or. Lorton Laid out Dodgeville Aud named it after governor Henry do dire. He sold out and was appointed i believe As Farmer for the indians and resided in Nebraska where he died. Then West lived at an Early Day. Tiliman Smith one of the first settlers in Iowa. Or. Smith came to the Black Hawk Purchase i believe from Sangamon county. Illinois with Presley Saunders and settled where it. Pleasant now is must have been in 1834. Sold out there in 1835 or 1836, and made the claim where he lived Many years. He had quite a Large family and died there ten or twelve years ago. He lived and died a worthy citizen and i would not be surprised if his son William was now the oldest living native born iowan. Or. Theodore Beckman has lived near or. Smith for years. There also lived near him for years John r. Kline now deceased Aud West of him William Beckman a brother of Johns. Further West lived John r. Lyons for a number of years and Many years ago John Wright lived near there. He sold out and settled in what is now Washington township West of a Branch of Flint Creek. Lewis Churchill also lived near there in Early Days and was quite a prominent and influential settler. His brother Alvah Churchill a Bacon Ben Gibbs and Aaron Lyons also lived near. The Church ills i believe moved to Oregon. North along the branches of Flint Creek was heavy Timber which was Cut up into Small tracts and owned by the Farmers living on the Prairie. The Timber was used for rails to Fence their Fields for fire Wood building Cabins Etc. East Many years lived Jonathan ins quot old Man Jacob Kline dead Mathias Ping and my old Friend James Murphy. Dodgeville old Man Wassom resided there Many of blk Hart a Point lived the Jackson family three or four Brothers Edward James William and George and i believe their Mother a widow lived there also. East of the Jacksons lived old or. John Babb senior. His son Miles lived where Sperry now is. And went to California and was killed by the caving in of a Bank. His son is Hon. I. Babb of it. Pleasant. The son John jr., lives near Kossuth. Geo. Huston and or. Tubbin married daughters of the old he was the Grandfather of in Iuston and policeman Tubbs snorted there Many years ago. He was from Pennsylvania i believe. William Roberts also lived near or. Babbs and old or. Daniel Loper also lived near there. He May have lived in Benton. I think old or. Burnett also lived near or. Babbs think be moved to it. Pleasant and Hezekiah Johnson lived near or. Loper a. Just above Sperry lived old Man John Miller and near him Bis brother Isaac Miller. We. Clark owns one of these farms and the late j. Wesley Barnes owned the other. And West lived the late John s. Miller a son of either John or Isaac. One of the sterlings Samuel who lives of South Hill i believe lived next to John s. Miller and West lived and is living there yet Gardner Haynes and old Man Burmaster. He built a wind Mill out on the Prairie years ago. But think it was a failure lie uses it now to store Grain in. I believe. Then West lived our old and respected citizen John m. Sperry. The town of Sperry was named for him and where he now resides and is in business. West of Sperry a lived old Man Granta Man an old settler and North some old settlers John Hixson and his sons. Leroy moved to Mills county Daniel to Minnesota and i believe one or two of his sons live on the old Home place. The old gentleman lives at Mediapolis. At one time or. Hixson and sons were largely in the business of raising Sweet potato plants. Near or. Hixson a lived Peter Arel. Then West in Early Days lived Christian Clymer. Rev. James l. Gilmore father of or. Gilmore Harrison Brooks William Richardson Amos Dunbar. John Thomas Oliver Hall and later Adam Nyhart or. Jones. L. Thomas or. Vandemark and some of the Piepes. Or. Clymer moved to Oregon Rev. Or. Gilmore died also Amos Dunham died and Oliver Hall moved to Washington township and West for Many years lived Richard Logan who died there a few years ago. His daughter mrs. Orr and her husband lives on the old Homestead. And North lived for Many years Hezekiah Archer who owned a very Large tract of land and had a Large family of sods and several daughters. Most of his sons moved to California and one of his daughters married Milton Thomas and lives in los Angeles. Eli Thomas married one of his daughters and lives in yellow Springs township. The old gentleman died several years ago. His widow still resides on the old Homestead. In a very Early Day Dan Iel Devall lived near or. Archers i believe he was the lather of Jen Uings Devail so Long a resident in our City. East lives and has for Many years Dvid Thomas and the Mcdonaldsr John James and William. William died some years ago the widow still re sides on the farm. Also William shuck a son of old Man Jacob shuck who in 1886 lived near Rock Springs and Many years ago Geo. A. Richards and Geo. Morningstar lived near there. 1 think on one of the Mcdonald farms. And then also lived near there j. Hillman he sold out there and moved up into w Ashington township where Yarmouth now is and died there. There also lived above or. Hixson sold or. Kynett think his name was John he was the father of Henry p. And the Rev. Or. Kynett the methodist minister i think now residing in Philadelphia. George Callaway lived near there also and David l. Elkins the Man who built the first House in Northern addition except the Compton and James Cabins. Also near or. Hixson a lived for years Daniel Cross and Daniel Crawford. Or. Cross 1 believe moved to Missouri his son in Law Gearhart lived above Dodgeville some 3rears, sold out and moved to Clarke county and or. Cross sold out and they both moved to Missouri. Many years ago there lived near or. Crawford a Gilbert Gowdy. I made his acquaintance in 1837, by showing him the Road to find the Mill below town and he often afterwards spoke of it. He has been dead Many years. East of the Wapello Road lived or. Young and r. Boyd. He was hard of hearing and the Cedar rapids Railroad run9 through his farm and i believe he was killed by an engine. The place was sold to David Thompson and i believe he has since sold it. Then East for Many years lived old or. Hannum and sons. Some of the sons i believe reside there yet. These places at an Early Day belonged to Rev. E. Carter Hutchinson an Episcopalian Clergyman of St Louis. He entered several Large tracts in this and adjoining townships. There also lived above Sperry old Man Comfort Gillett and his sons Eben Hill and his son William Henry Kassing. Son in Law of old or. Loper and East of Dodgeville has lived Many years the Deena a or. Dunn Samuel Moyers also lived there years ago de Green near what is called Diamond school House and an the Wiley Ballard place we. Orndorff but he and family and Samuel Moyers have lately moved to Mediapolis. William Garrett. Rice. Account. Order of Transfer set aside. 3803. Barbara Hurst is. Stephen Hurst. Divorce. $50 temporary Alimony allowed. 3832. National state Bank is. Morse Wilson amp . It Al. Bill for distribution. Decree to be signed in vacation As of May 15, by consent of All parties. 3884. Bertha Lattner is. Fred Rosenberg. Foreclosure. Decree is. Christina Rosenberg. 8651. N. P. Sunderland Assignee of D. Brown a ., assignment. Order granting Assignee leave to pay Charles Williner and poor. Baldwin attorneys fees and for services rendered. Today an Effort was made to Hareas Corpus Samuel Gorton out of jail. Gorton is the Man who was shot in the leg by one of the men whose chickens he is charged with stealing. The motion for a new trial of the my Cash suit is. The City was overruled by judge Phelps. Equalizing the Burden. Hoods Sarsaparilla combines in a proportion Peculiar to itself the Active medicinal properties of the Best blood purifying and strengthening remedies of the vegetable kingdom. It will positively cores when in the Power of Medicine Spring debility headache dyspepsia Catarrh Salt Rheum scr Fula and All diseases caused by a Low state of the blood. I suffered three years with blood prison. I took Hood s Sarsaparilla and think i am lbs. M. Davis Brockport A a a Hood a Sarsaparilla beats All others and is Worth its weight in l Barrington 130 Bank Street new York City. Is so vastly Superior to any other Parilla or blood up Filer that one has Well said a its health a ring effects upon the blood and entire Liman organism Are As much More positive than the remedies of a Quarter of a Sci. Ury ago As the steam Power of to Day is in Advance of the slow and laborious drug by of years a while suffering from a severe bilious attack in March 1-33, a Friend in Peoria 111., recommended hoods Sarsaparilla. I tried the remedy and was permanently j. A. She Yod travelling agent for Devoe it ., Fulton Street Y. Purifies the blood special meeting of the Connell to hear the protests against the changes in assessment. Mayor Adams being absent mayor pro tem Epstein presided. The raising of the assessment of the Mccosh Barb wire company and the Mccosh Iron and steel company from $1,500 each to $3,000 each was adopted. Tax auditor Walker represented the c., Amp q., and protested against the assessment of $175,000 on the Bridge. He claimed that the Bridge could be built Lor less than $400,000, and presented estimates of competent Bridge engineers. He said the Bridge Cost $942,000, but had depreciated Over 60 per cent in value. He further stated that the Keithsburg Bridge which is similar Cost Only $350,000. As Only a one half valuation is assessed be claimed that the City could not assess upon More than $100,000 at the most As half the Bridge was beyond the Iowa line. The assessor returned the Bridge at. $200,000, and the equalization Board reduced it to $175,000. Kleppisch objected to the reduction from the assessors figures and held that the Bridge had not decreased in value in the proportion stated by or. Walker but that its value had increased with the growth of the country. He moved that the assessment remain As reported by the assessor which was seconded by Hagerty. Mercer moved As an amendment that the report be adopted. On Call of ayes and nays Epstein Mercer Scott Wagner Wiemann and Lumberger voted Aye Kleppisch and Hagerty voted nay. A. E. Brenizer addressed the Council of the assessment of the Burlington and Mississippi elevator which was raised from $40,000 to $50,000, and upon his representation of the business it was reduced Mercer and Scott voting against the reduction. D. Grimes Felt previously wronged by the assessment of $10,000 monies and credits and Jas. D. Smyth represented or. Grimes with affidavits setting Forth his client s impecunious condition but the Council failed to see the Justice in his claims and the assessment was approved. The assessment against the Cascade lumber lumber company was increased from $3.000 to $4,000, and that against the Island Mill company from $4,500 was reduced to $3,500. The Tele phone company was raised from $2,500 to $3,5000. Or. H. B. Ransom and or. Ransom to $5,000 each. Mrs. M. Wright from nothing to $3,000. I tried a dozen articles to cleanse my blood but never found anything that did me any �0 j .11 i began using hoods 8arsarr.ri w. H. Peer Rochester Y. A my wife was troubled with dizziness and constipation and her blood has been in a bad order in fact she has been All run Down. Hoods Sarsaparilla is doing ber a wonderful amount of f. M. Baldwin druggist Blanchester Ohio. Hoods Sarsaparilla sold by All druggists. $1 six for $5. Made Only by I. Hood amp ., Lowell mass. Too doses one Dollar. A i was for five years a sufferer with boils All ran Down and was at one time obliged to give to work. Before taking All of two bottles of hoods Sarsaparilla was entirely r. M. Lane Pittsburgh a. A i was severely afflicted with scr Fula and for Over a year had two running sores on my neck. Took five bottles of hoods Sarsaparilla and insider myself entirely E. , Lowell mass. Hoods Sarsaparilla sold by All druggists. $1 six for Ufi. Mads Only by L Hood it ., Lowell Mast. Too doses one Dollar. Watch done to by in a hurry Leicht Bros will receive 200 quarts of Choice strawberries to night fruit that will be Good when you come to use it sunday. Foe us latest tale graphic dispatcher base 33sl11 news weather re pox to which to bulletin hourly for the Benefit the Public. We also advise Yoy to watch ott3r. Display of summer which has never been As Beautiful or As extensive. Ours must be seen to be appreciated. Clothing House 203 it so sob a solar St. I s. Weiler amp son. I s f Ull lines of seersucker stripes Serges alpacas mohair drap do Ete Pongee Silks Light weight flannels and other confined styles big assortment of of Al. Kinds. Give is a look at your earliest convenience for we m interest Yon lit Yon and save Yon Money. M. Raab amp Bro. That Sis too base. Fac simile on exhibition and Sale at Parkins China of Charles Allen. News has been received Here of the death of Charles Allen Only child of Robert Allen at san Antonio Texas yesterday morning. He had been in failing health for some time and his parents and friends hoped that he would recover in the pleasanter climate where he passed the Winter. His father and Mother were with him for some time before he died and will Start for Home with the body tomorrow night. They will arrive Here probably tuesday and announcement of the funeral will be made later. A a Charity entertainment for the Benefit of the Relief society tuesday night at the opera House. The travesty club in and for Rob now lately East of lived. I he plants and sow and rakes and hoes and Waters the tomatoes and digs and sets in Hills and rows the Early Rose potatoes. He labors for a couple of hours. Then into breakfast passes. And what a Pyramid devours. Of Flap Jaftas and molasses his toil May never bring him wealth. But a tis a source of pleasure. Bestowing on him robust health the Gas asst earthly treasure. A appropriated. A one of the most noted european physicians said neuralgia was the prayer of a diseased nerve for healthy blood. Use Gilmore a aromatic wine tot the blood. Think his first name was Jonathan his son. Jesse lives there now. Dodgeville at one time was quite a business place. Squire Sommerville kept hotel there Many years and Henry p. Kynett lived there years ago and moved to Lisbon Iowa. George Calloway at one time bad a Good Stock of goods there also Joshua Downer who is now dead had a store. Others lived there whose names i cannot now remember. Old Man Lor ton in Early Days was a prominent citizen Aud i believe kept a hotel. East was Burkhart a Point. Old Man John Burkhart settled there in the Spring of 1836 he bad a Large family of sons they All moved to Oregon Many years ago and settled in Linn county where some of the sons Are still living. The old gentleman was a prominent settler in Early Days sold out to l. M. Miller the has court matters. The District court convenes monday May 25th, for which a Large number of cases Are docketed among them the following Newman a Blake who represented Frank Allen in his suits against the b., A n., claims of that Road $1 ,000 for Legal services rendered Allen who made a settlement of his claims. N. A Notified the company that they claimed this amount from Allen before the settlement was made. Josephine Grimes wants a divorce from Edward. Mary e. Young has no desire to continue her matrimonial partnership with the disreputable Dick and Margaret Albertson wants the con nubian knot that binds her to William severed in a Legal manner. F. Walker a minor son of t. M. Walker sues the Accident insurance company of North America for $1,000, the amount of the policy on the life of the father who was found in a decomposed condition in a Gulley on Prospect Hill last summer. The petition claims that his death was caused either by Accident or violence. A Large Batch of applications for injunctions will also be disposed of at this term. Today the injunction against Werthmueller a heard Newman a Blake Titiner and Gen. Glasgow ants. A motion to remove the Case to the u. S. Court with the proper Bond waa filed and judge Stutsman will Render his decision wednesday. In the circuit court yesterday judge Phelps made the following orders 8524. D. Mccash is. City of Burlington. Damages. Motion for new trial overruled. Plaintiff has till the fist Day of the next term to file Bill of exceptions 8721. L. Barret is. Mary f. Barret it Al. Partition. Leave granted to Annie f. King to file petition of intervention $750, Jacob Leffler be. D. Myers. Damages. Motion for new trial overruled. Plaintiff excepts and has until the first Day of next term to file Bill of exceptions. $7�$. Ginnochio Bros. Is. M. K. Wyman it Rand will have on Sale monday morning March 29, their new importations of John Crossley it sons for Beauty of colouring and durability these goods surpass anything Ever brought to this Market. We have imported these goods direct from the Mills at Halifax England our regular carpet Stock is full and Replete with proceedings ende were for the be for defend the Young English embezzler. The Davenport Democrat publishes our account of the arrest of Young Dawes and adds a Young Man who a Cut a wide Swath in Davenport in february last with Money and a High old time beside an investment in a livery stable negotiations for which were not completed because of his sudden departure for parts unknown without stopping to get Back his Money was Here last evening in charge of Deputy sheriff Taylor of Carroll county Illinois who was taking him to Savanna. Neither or. Mcnamara nor his Detec Tive thought that Dawes would halt so near his robbed employer As Davenport waa to enjoy his Money and so no detective came to this City to Hunt far the thief but the fact that the detectives we?3 after him accounts for George Gray a sudden departure from town without calling upon a party in whose hands he had placed $300 in a business transaction. He a gave the officer papers showing the investment of $275 in Reid a livery stable at Davenport which amount will be recovered if possible a says the Burlington Gazette but Reid denies that he bad any such transaction with Dawes. He says that All the Money he received from Dawes was in payment for livery As Dawes was a daily Patron of his stable. Dawes had but $10 when arrested. There is Little doubt that he will spend a couple of years or More in the penitent Tirry at Joliet. A a new goods and new styles 317 Jefferson Street. April 1886. April 1886, B. Parsons. Now in a full and very attractive Stock of Spring carpets. Disciple of Hahnemann. The 17th annual meeting of the Hahnemann medical association of Iowa will be held in Burlington May 25, 26 and 27 in the g. A. Hall Corner fourth and Jefferson streets. On wednesday evening the members of the association will be entertained at the residence of Richard Spencer on North fifth Street. Headquarters will be at the hotel Duncan and the local members of the association expect to make the convention pleasant to the visitors in Many ways. A All druggists sell Ackers English remedy. It is the Standard remedy for consumption asthma coughs Etc. By the travesty club tuesday night at the opera House. A # a Rev. Fisk Requa of Aurora in id Gilmore a aromatic Saya a i have used wine and find it an excellent household remedy that Nene ought to a without. Has new the goods Are fresh from the looms and of late importation new designs and combinations of colouring of great Beauty and of wearing qualities unsurpassed by any goods in the Market. Wilton and tapestry velvets body and tapestry Brussels ingrain rugs matting linoleum shades fixtures lace curtains Portier goods &c., &c., on which special prices will be made to meet anything in this Market. Done to buy till Tod have first seen his Stock Tiff us satisfaction guaranteed on All goods sold and All work done. 30�-311 Jeff amp Roxi St. Burlington Iowa. E. Amp w. Paper m. Osborn it . Dealers in stationery twines. Artistic window who tank and retail j shades a and fixtures. E. It w. M. Osborn amp 106 main a

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