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Davenport Weekly Leader (Newspaper) - September 26, 1894, Davenport, IowaV Ftp v. 7 j 1 ils Rte news of interest to working people. The Fok an strikers. Started up i a to give work to former n firemen rings i. Their convey Hill adjourn tailors May go of sept. The co operative which is to provide Homes and meat for the Pullman strikers and by dirt a Strong competitor to 2tffc Pullman s car building Cor Vrigil tear fruit in the departure of fifty Pullman and Kensing uie first instalment toward Jung the new Colony. The plan bravely. The Lew c. O. And w. Wellman went out As an Advance has the ground and reported favor ably the factory will a near the Enterprise will be carried out purely co open Tive the parties whether As backers or pm sharing la the profits equally. The will at first receive their pay chiefly in Stock of the new concern and in that acquire their interest in it. Isidur sed by the strikers. Though car building might naturally cited to be the chief if not the Only of this such will not be the Pullman workmen have t their number Meu skilled in Many of from cabinetmaking to Plain Carpenter Gas fitting and All will find something us do at the new at least at car building will not monopolize their efforts. The plan has for several months been freely discussed at Pullman. It has been enthusiastically endorsed by and now the first body from number will proceed to their new 5 at the bed Cross society organized by ladies of the japanese court. Sept. The Empress of Temh us it society has been organized to re by tiie indies of the court the Empress is personally attend tug u preparations of the lint and Kansas caving is. Two big holes make a sudden o. Appearance. No shake of the Earth noticed. Emkes Sakuko. Bandages used for the officials of both fides. A official dispatch received Here from the japanese Headquarters at Hiroshima says time the loss of the japanese at the were 11 officers and j54 men 50 officers and 521 men missing. The the official dispatch lost the number. Of chinese wounded is not but it is supposed to be very Large. The Pon san column alone capt ured 611 of which number 84 were wounded. Work is care is the table the household More healthful and contented whenever or. Price s baking powder ased. Through with their work. Of Tho brotherhood of Loco motive fire leu adjourns. Sept. Brother stood of locomotive firemen adjourned after select bag As the next of meeting. The report of the com Juttee on beneficiary claims was Dis Coss fed at length and the com Mittee recommendations dispose of f in benefits. Of this the Lehigh Valley firemen who Are Are still Idle from the Given outright. There we ret Idle out of 805 strikers. Beso were adopted not to strike As Long acts were not Comiti Mctee on resolutions took a further whack at Hannahan by denying the published report that it had endorsed Bie action in the Lute Pullman strike. As Hannah a was the author of this re port end was particularly conspicuous in spreading it among the newspaper men. _ forced to sit in the convention and near the concluding Resolution not Only denying that it was on the we endorse the stand taken by grand. Al p. The Secretary mud the Board Aud the Gaud executive the resolutions were unania adopted. Sept. The great Cyclone Swent Over portions of Iowa and it is no fewer Chen fifty six persons and wounded at least Many according to advices from the various Points visited by the terrible storm uie Are As Twenty. Mitchell ten. Cerro gonzo four. Spring four. Four. One of the 35o reef deep and full of Twenty Killu Juvet but from Slac to forty feet la cations that the state tests Oil fluid Kane sept. Is Cav aug the Center of tie Earth in the Vicinity. Of the. Junction of Butler and Marion counties in this state. Great excitement prevails among the and Many Are getting away from the Vicinity. The is of the most unaccountable origin and the state officials have been summoned to investigate the disturbance of the Earth. There was no Shock Felt Wien the Earth caved nor did it Bear any resemblance to an Earth quake. Near on the farm of Thomas an area of 40 by 90 feet Sank to a depth of 28 and when a Man was let Down into the Hole his weight alone sunk it nearly three feet More. Took in a threshing outfit. This occurred and about the Bame moment an area of seventy five feet Square Sank at Plum Grove to a depth of 350 feet. This was on the farm of Sid the slide carrying in a threshing machine and separator with it. Water has poured into the latter Hole an underground source till it is filled nearly to the but the Hole at Whitewater is still though it is supposed that the Earth is resting upon a vast body of water. The places Are some seven or eight Miles apart. A scientific theory. At some Miles from White there were1 several Small Rugiu in depth from to forty feet. Tiie theories Are but none of them to far. Are not Long since a Man digging a Well in the Vicinity of Plum and when he reached a of Twenty six feet the Drill shot into an apparent vacuum and could not be recovered. The line of the great Aud extends in a Stream like course a distance of about Twenty four Miles. Fought to death for a Man. Destruction at Spring Valley. Three killed property Pitt Harg tailors away strike. Sept. The Pitts tailors1 Exchange Grants h conference or makes Tome confessions to thy tailors before next quite certain that a strike will be ordered. The Cut demanded to merchant tailors is said to be from is to per cent. An officer of the Jour tailors in speaking of the proposed new Bill of prices will be resisted. Some men refused to accept and have been raid by employers to continue at the old stale. The Uii lots would have stood a Cut of from t to to per if the Bosses bad met with but they will a Otstad a minimum and a Maxi 20 a. K. U. Defendants sept. The testimony american Union contempt in the United states court and the arguments begun. Two More defendants trere ordered discharged because there was no proof against them. Of the most serious nature were by the prosecution s witnesses. Air discharging some of the defendants Judger Knowles said while Schere evidence to hold the men he to say that the american railway was composed of the biggest lot of re heard and that when they to Buck the courts Aud the ii it states govern Merit they engaged in in str. Naos foolish piece of business strike at Kail River. Sept. S2 a sew beavers Are at work in the sea Connet and All of these Are Don Union. A oat How Many looms Are in Xia management of the Mill Iofi Tate. The Union has stationed at amt the Mill to Stop All who indie Tion to return. Leaders of the strikers state emphatically that they trill not return to work at reduced appetizing appearance of by. Priced Cream baking powder is imparted by the perfect purity of its a it is and wholesome. C scarce in sept. There is a great Ajax Cutey of apples in England. Prices Are High. The Continental supplies Are be exch us ted. Most of the continent i with the exception of those of Are in sep and the United states and can therefore be depended upon for during the remainder of the u is expected that Boston will be betwixt ii and Aud new York about customs in sept. A Treasury shows that the customs re Al the new York customs House for Twenty a tips of this month have Agni St for the syst it Uty Days of last and for the first Twenty Days of separator. Not one Dollar of Gold com Goul was received at the custom House during the Twenty .5 a cps. A Cyclone from tiie Southwest struck Spring first demolishing the Vinona and southwestern u water Oil the cold storage House of the Schellhas brewing company of i together with a dozen or More houses. Three persons Are Nowc to be dead and Many others some of whom will die. A temporary Hospital has been opened for some of the Viii la others Are taken care of by friends. The damage to the southwestern Road is about the Cyclone afterwards struck Homer four Miles South of destroying three the new town a general store owned by or. Two houses and a roofing another. The Cyclone then passed across the mis River striking Marshland of the destroying several houses and other but injuring no pne As fur is reported. At Homer the Bonce of Jamison was also one belonging to or. Peter Burns House was partly in routed. The houses of or. Schmidt and or. Allen were blown from their foundations. In Gilfiore at the West end the a number of houses and barns Are reported t to have been a roofed. The poorhouse barn was blown from its foundation. It. Is believed that the Bluffs to the South of the City protected Winona from reports of damage Are already beginning to coma in from the Vicinity of via. At Dilge a Large Ware House blown Down and partially tiie East pure of was also g wept. Tiie Mikva Uicab depot was together with other and the following people were Heury a a Bay named Gilbert jars. And Joe a a Borer. The to Ead at Spring or. And child of Frank Mashek. Tiie wounded g. a Lena Josef Seri oui la or. Face mrs. Injured mrs. Frank injured do inc Weihe broken Stillie mrs. William Arm John Uria mrs. John scrap will Jolt Ness Scalp c. G. Clark slightly Jestie mrs. William Lucia slightly. Storm came from the Southeast and i 5.0 Yards wide. It swept a newly built portion of the town. Tiie property loss will reach desperate Sattle with knives be Tweed Southern Ivo Bueti. Sept. Of the bloodiest Ami Lii Ost desperate duels Ever known in this part of the country was Lou fit Between Young women both combatants Are dead As there Are no witnesses to the awful fight for the full Story of the affair will doubtless never be known. The Young Einman aged and Irene Wash aged both White and neither one la Good quarrelled Over the attentions of a swedish a handsome Young named Ben Olson. After to violent altercation in Public the girls muttering threats against each other. Later they were seen walking Side by Side toward a old barn in the Western outskirts of town. That was the last seen or heard of them until 1 o clock next when a instituted by reason of their prolonged resulted in their discovery. Irene washing stripped to the Lay dead on the barn her Throat and breast Cut and gashed in countless places. Pm rom Anderson Lay Bear Union a Bowie knife sticking upright in ber close to the heart. She too was stripped to the like her was hacked Aud slashed from head to Waist. Both girls were soaked with blood till their color was and the floor and Walls of the Bam were spattered every where with Gore. The searching party re moved the dying girl to a House near by and doctors brought her Back to Loucious Nesst but she lived ouly Long enough to a i i China not very uneasy. Piu Matitu say she now get ready to fight. Sept. Standard s t Cor respondent at Berlin chinese diplomats Here Are less dismayed at the news from Corea than might they claim that the importance of the japanese Victory at Piug Yang has been but they admit that the Chi Nese general made a great mis take in not waiting for i Hung Chang s disciplined who were coming Overland. Regard to foreign the correspondent it is now out of the question. China will want to avenge her self and will devote the Winter to preparations for a Long the London times publishes a letter for inv Hong Kong which Hung Chang s be is making groan efforts to put Southern China in an efficient state of defense. He is unusually anxious because he was mainly Respo Osi the indignities which caused the British officers remaining in the chinese naval service to resign their positions in and China s first defeat was to a certain extent his fault. It is paid that men have been enlisted within ten but the bulk of them Are coolies. There Are no rifles in Stock for them and can be imported in less than a in another letter in the times it is pointed out that the usual chinese Garri son at Mukden is infantry and 000 cavalry. The japanese legation Here has received a dispatch from he Roshima positively confirming the reports that not a single japanese warship was sunk or destroyed in the naval engagement off the Mouth of the Yalu River. According to this dispatch the japanese lost ten officers and sixty nine men and about 160 officers and men wounded. The dispatch adds that the injuries sustained by the japanese warships will not prevent them from engaging shortly in Active although several of them were badly damaged. The officials of the japanese legation say that neither in this or in previous dispatches received by them had any mention been made of the fact that the chinese was escorting trans ports. _ j score of children poisoned. Sept. A special to the Tribune from tremendous excitement prevails in the Little Village of about four Miles from this on account of the poisoning of Twenty one Small children. At recess Otie of the pupils bought two or three pounds of mixed part of which was coloured and the children Are freely of but the doctors Are Dis agreed As to whether the Candy did the damage or bad water. All tiie children will recover. _ fatal boiler explosion. Pike the boiler of a near Sulphur Springs a employee named Ward and wounding four others. The Mill was the is being to the Frank Carver. Japanese troops now March ing on the City. Fierce conflict is expected. The Chiu Eie will make a Strong Effort to hold Tuler while the japanese Are determined to Force their Way into the Interior and take Possession of defeat in Tho vain. River engagement. Sept. Marshal commanding the japanese forces in is marching with troops against Mukden from the South East. The object of attack is one of the strategic Points and should it fall into japanese hands the Progress of the invade i 1 Republican refused to Nisei in a series of joint debates. To met l i 2k John Lias to Rutto in chief of Japan s ers of chinese soil would be made less difficult. The chinese will make a desperate Effort to hold their ground and a fierce conflict is expected when the opposing forces meet. The Advance of the japs bears out the idea of their determination to Force their Way to the Interior take possessing of Pekin. The Willu Stiver engagement. The chinese defeat in tile naval meet at the Mouth of the Yalu River has encouraged the japanese soldiery and spread such consternation among the chinese commanders that they do not seem Able to put into execution any definite Plau of resistance. The Talu Victory now seems greater than it did on when the fighting ceased. The troops landed from the chinese transports were captured by the japs and the latter lost no despite the report that two of their ironclads had been sunk and two of their troop ships buried. The value of and ammunition captured by j the japanese at plug Yang is reported to be Trade generally improved. Good the Cegred from the South Audi West. Sept. Re View of Trade Tho condition of Gen eral Trade this week is an improvement Over week ago in that favourable features reported then have been maintained. The surprisingly Good reports of business South with some Are indicated by our special advices from St. And san Fraucisco. Baltimore jobbers in All leading lines re port the volume of merchandise distributed in excess of especially dry Dotov in South Georgia and except in fruit and Coal other Southern products being in Good orders continue Liberal and. Mer Cantile collections easy. Activity reported in almost All lines a Chicago a week Aco is merch ants being satisfied with the situation. Far Western buyers who used to buy in Eastern markets Are purchasing stocks at Chicago. The greatest activity is shown in dry millinery and shoes. Is one lot of pounds having been sold to a Rhode Island Mia. St. Louis manufacturers and jobbers of clothing and hats report business heavier than in their pre ceding experiences in like periods. Sales of millinery and dry goods Are As Well As those of Lumbar. The Price movement having sold to within two Points of the lowest Price on and wheat having gone oif sufficiently make another lowest for that Cereal other Are shown in hogs and cattle at Westera based on heavy re Bessemer pig steel billets Indian naval stores and refined sugar. In addition Anthracite Aud bituminous Coal Hare been weak. There Are business failures reported in the states during the against last week and As compared with 346 in the third week of 1s93. In that week of 1893 there were Only 17-i business failures in 1 the for the week was portions or Iowa swept. 1 have cured hundreds of cases in this Vicinity. They present below the statement of another i prominent citizen. Or. Peter a Well known Farmer of rapids Cit i is the latest person to testify to the Success of these eminent drs. Stac Schouse or. Cewe trouble Back fifteen and the past year i became greatly discouraged As most of the time i was unable to tvo people kill Oil in new Hern portion Cerro Cuneo destructive Cyclone through the Northern por Tion of this result id in the death of two people it and fatally injuries to others. The storm did an immense amount of damage to though the full extent is not yet known. The or. Mrs. Haddon. The a blown Hulf u recover. The torm passed on to Ward the the town of Plymouth i Peter Eye sight was my cose was topped no first on one then on the other. My month Vas dry and tasted bitter in the morning. I had consider Able stomach Tronte and was also a sufferer from rheumatism. I began of drs. Stackhouse and Daniel two months and am now feeling bet Ter than for fifteen i have gained in flesh and am free from the above symptoms. Drs. Stackhouse 4 Daniel suite i. Mccu Hough building. The mitc l if the Clever housewife that Noth ing helps to improve her table better than or. Price s baking powder. Abbreviated telegrams. Major of the Royal stationed at n. Either jumped or fell from the roof Garden of tie Halifax Lionel and was killed. It seems that j. C. The Chicago Mau who willed his property after the death of the life his to a ritualistic episcopal thought bet Ter of it and made another giving the Church a possible Chance As third beneficiary. Eight Boston contractors have signed the scale of the garment Union chinese loss at Ting sept. Particulars received Here in regard to the Battle of Ping Yang show that the chinese loss was killed and wounded and prisoners. A fourth part of the chinese army the japanese loss was Only about eleven officers wounded and 230 sol Diers the japanese army is ing of a Loci it is expected will be reached the end of the Twenty second annual meeting of the american Public health association has convened at Montreal with Many physicians present from All parts of Amer say that she and Emma had fought a Duel to and Given Bonds to abide by it. That she killed her rival in a fair fight. Realizing what she had Doue she stubbed herself with the intention of committing suicide. As neither of the girls has any relatives in a Public double funeral has been in which Only Oue coffin will de used.1 the entire popu lation of the county is expected at the finial. Olson left town As soon As the girls had been although Public opinion does not hold him responsible in tue least Lor the dreadful tragedy. Town of narrow escape. I 1 sept. Windstorm wrecked a barn on the Johnson two Miles North of and destroyed Sev eral Small windmills. The storm formed West of and at one time looked As it it would strike the but veered off to the North. All rivals disappear before the Power of or. Price s baking powder As a leaven ing agent. Destruction at ii Sodt. Lias m readied Here stating that a Cyclone raged fun Kig the line of the Chicago great Tern Railroad. At a town of ico1 the storm destroyed the Chicago great Western Grain ele store buildings and dwellings. The Chicago express of the Chicago great Western Road was delayed Clearing the demolished buildings from the tracks. No further particulars can be Learned As All Telephone and Telegraph wires Are Down. Expectation duly realized. Tattle sept. Breath of life had scarcely left the body of their victim when a Liob of boo citizens of Mcgreer secured Luke Richard Washington Aud Henry Croby three who murdered c. Patton at and Strung them up to Telegraph Aud their Limp and life less perforated with Are now dangling in the air near the scene of the crime. Tiie negroes beat Pattoni to Cut his and then robbed his store of a Small Sura of Money. Played an old game on him. Of sept. Bunco Steerer. Under the Guise of a de Lias been making a canvass of this neighbourhood. At a Small Village South of this he fleeced a Fanner named George Zullner by telling him that two Bills which be had in Bis Possession were and that he would take them and return him Good Money Efteni As soon As he could report to the Heli graph record broken. Sepi. Records for Jong distance Heli graph signalling have broken by the United signal a message having been sent by Sun flushes from mount 10 mount a distance of 183 in by Captain Glassford. Chief signal United states department of the Colorado and his assistants. The Best former record was 105 Milea. Threaten to go into court. Rept. The miners of the Pittsburg District who Are now working under the Columbus g9 cents to now assert that if the operators who signed the scale attempt to reduce wages they will go into court. The min ers claim that the operators signatures to the scale gives it. Nil effect of a contract to pay 69 cents h ton until expiration of the strikers anti cited. Sept. The grand has indicted twelve of the alleged leaders in the Pratt amines massacre of july when Deputy sheriff b. Tierce and several negro miners were slaughtered by strikers. They Are Regio j. William Brock. Engle Marina Benoit and Sam Konns and Smith uni four others. Whose names the aut orious have withheld. At Nicholas n. Cousin of p. D. Gen. Willarrd Slocum. At j. Asked lit Richard Yates. Aged at Gen. James a. Aged at Jromes at John aged Secretary Carlisle has reached Buzz tvs Bay and visit several Days with the president. Silas d. An Omaha Tybo disappeared four years has re turned to that City. His friends believe that he is demented and that he Bas been the victim of a loss of Shemory. William k Charles e. Samuel or. Evans and Herman All business men of have sailed for London to testify against colonel who is estimated to have fraudulently secured in the neighbourhood of from american claimants of the mythical town Ley estate in England. Mrs. Ada h. Editor of the Friend of j a prohibition paper published at ills. Assaulted by Reutlinger. Reutlinger slapped her in the face several times and Shook her furiously. The occurred on the Street and was provoked by an article in the Friend of Home reflecting on the character of Mother. A Fanner f. A Farmer of a Village in Spokane who disappeared in the Early morning of july 31 has been found by the sheriff of Spokane at at work with a Thresher outfit. The disappearance of Gloystein caused a big sensation in this state. It was claimed that he had been by political and the failure to find him gave color to the theory. He was an Active partisan and had been hauled in effigy some. Weeks previous to his and to return to Mica. Waltham. Sept. Three world bicycle records were lowered at tiie Waltham John s. Broke the world s record for tiie half making it it 2-5. He was paced by Matu and Saunders with a tandem. La this same trial the world s Quarter tandem record was 4-5 Seco rids. Harvey Davidson of Toronto created another record for of making a Quarter unplaced in seconds. These will stand official. Not Atra no of sept. A. Moore of the Diamond March company i in the City. He do not look tie inac hic whirls is said have taken up by k Hin Gould us a Iii Likely 10 Imam the of our com tiny. It has been in tiie Market for some time. Even if a efficient Man fact device were adopted a new company would have difficulty in getting the match of Beaucil farming Community r Miles Northeast of Here and live j were killed instantly and one More will die. Miry others Are seriously and perhaps the dead mrs. Patrick aged mrs. A. Anna aged Ayed Kuth her at Rcd uti ii. Fps aged Skull at Scalp can live but u Tow hours at Jacob Fin Hurt about Kutie Hurt about head May Joseph Inin Cut about airs. Benja min Dennis artery in wrist severed Aud otherwise injured. Does real Economy prescribe the use of or. Baking be cause it a purer and More than any other. Gernau catholics in Council. Sept. German Catholic Congress opened its session in this cry this will continue three the services opened a High mass at the . Bishop Cey officiating. The Bishop welcomed the delegates in behalf of the kor tin Catholic la All of the German Catholic churches special services were hold in Honor of the visitors. The proceedings conducted in As the is held for the promotion of German roman Catholic interests in this country. Going into politics. Indianapolis. Sept. Gets 1 i third meet and main. Jotta. 2 to n. M. Tir 12 m Guild 2 10 3 p. In. Spa Ciao 1-Ixes of practice. Of the Throat and nervous diseases blood Aud skin chronic Pis eases. Successful treatment for symptom Blank. Send by its qualities or. Price s Che next National convention of the car Cream baking powder has become in comparably the household favorite. Lumber Plant of Stroud by fire. Sept. Fire which started in the dry Kiln of the Delphia lumber co Rupay a Yards destroyed the Mill and several thousand fees of lumber. The Plant destroyed was largest in the state. Definition of railway n ence. The United states circuit court judge Allen decided a interesting Case. Dec. A Barge with Cotton consigned to several new England Milb burned at ills. The owners instituted a suit against the Vincennes and Chicago alleging that the Railroad was negligent in leaving the Barge lying for eighteen Days after its arrival at Over a mile from the Railroad Transfer and exposed to grand ounce at Chicago Post office. Chicago. Sept. Lias served notice on Chirty Niue clerks and distributors in the Post office that their services will be dispensed with at the end of this month. The thirty nine Are All Youtie receiving from to shoo per year salary. In addition to the men who Are to be dropped from the service sixty seven clerks and other employees will have their salaries reduced. The purpose is to Weed out and equalize Salar ies. The places will be filled from the civil service eligible lists. Depended on the strength of the Chain. Sept. The Pas Senger train from Cincinnati on the Balti More and Ohio reached mount thirty Miles Stuth of a Constable attached the i icicle in a suit against the company for for two horses recently killed by the cars. He chained one of the driving wheels to the track and locked it. The Engineer telegraphed to the general offices Here for instructions. The answer the Chain is not too come it was t too Strong. Millions of Gold in the District. Sept. H. Who has just finished an examination of the j la Plata Gold District near Durango for i an Eastern says the Baker con i. Tact which is about to be worked on a Large scale is a body of Gold bearing Ore 700 feet thick and feet Long with every indication of extending downward to a great depth. Or. Ocmer says at a Low estimate there Are sight tons of Ore that will average at least n ton. Lasts neuters and j tiers. This was decided by a vote of 47 for Cleveland Aud 86 for Brooklyn. The convention adopted the platform of ten planks which is to form the nucleus of the platform of the coming National labor party. The platform favors government ownership of All Public corporations woman the liability the referendum and compulsory education and opposes child labor. _ triple the murder. Sept. At Arras. Not far from the capital of the aus Trian a you acc and pretty waitress was and the Only clue found of her asset skin is a razor eds Jed which was picked up near her body. Close to the spot where the waitress was killed the body of another naked and slashed with a Knifa in regular the was and in Addi Tion another woman belonging to the same neighbourhood is missing. Purest and Best. Lqis presenting h Well Spring Stor another Arctic expedition gets St. Sept. Last of the parties put ashore on the Labrador coast by the Steamer Miranda has re turned Here by the vessel Virginia Lake. This was the University of Pennsylvania expedition consisting of four and in charge of prof. Hite. The spent the summer making an exploration of Sandwich North Labrador. Three great Rivers were explored and charts of Tieru suiting Ano ill warranted prices. Bray St. Photographed life. A ecu b of r others coining Home to vote. Sepu advices v received Here state that ambassador Bay Tho Sparks of trains and judge i fird will sail from Southampton oct. Allen rendered judgment for in i the Guiteu Stateh. Favor of the of the Cotton. I is a scientifically prepared liniment and every ingredient is of recognized value and in constant use by the medical profession. It shortens lessens diminishes to life of Mother and child. Book mailed containing Valu Able information and voluntary testimonials. Sent by express or on receipt of sold by All . Bid Field until Ulok Oft. C f t i t 3o it acts the or33at 20th French remedy produces the above results in 30 powerfully and quickly. Cures Young Wen will regain their lost indole Man will recover their Youthful Viper by using Vitalis. lost lightly lost failing Mem wasting and All effects of self Kause or excess and indiscretion. Wards Orf and consumption. Insist a Vinju no other Cau be carried in Vest by mail. Per of six for Trhlin a posit re written i undue Cerf refund to o Nii incy. Circular free. Address Utu it Tifi Jepy for Softle to Iowa by Appe 418 Xiv. Ind and Khz Hur Ruou St. H a Whf 1 Len pc _ l _ f a. H r m

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