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Ottumwa Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - March 25, 1890, Ottumwa, Iowa Cd t 5ruiortrtt Start. Ottumwa. Iowa. Tuesday March 25. 1890. Powder absolutely pure. This powder never varies. A Marvel of purity strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the Ordinary kinds and cannot he sold in Competition with the multitude o Low Cost Short weight Alum of phosphate powder sold Only in cans. Royal raking powder co., to Wall Street new York. For Sale in Ottumwa by a. Ii. Merrill a co. Wholesale and Henry throne 643 West second Street Maple grocery Corner Maple ave. Amp court Street Globe Tea co. A Jim Joi j Raj Ottumwa opera House. Min a a a a a a red. Glt a Odman manager. The Gre at est amusement event that has Ever occurred in this City. Wednesday March 26th Rige amp Dixey s phenomenally successful and Ulver a ally conceded most magnificent production known to the stage of Pekin with the world famous comedian Louis Harrison and 65 prominent artists. Scene staged and costumed More magnificently Man any production known to i the annals of the stage. Special notice a a special guarantee is Given that All the original company and All the Scenic effects All tin gorgeous costumes will be seen Here exactly As presented 230 nights in new York. Reserved seats will on Sale saturday at 9 a. In., Sharp. Railroad Tsivie tables. Chicago Burlington amp Quincy. Going West. Arri re. Depart. No. In Denver fast train. 2 o5 a in 2 Ioa m no. 3- 9 45 a ill 9 50 a i no. 3. A to 45 p 111�?19 55 p 111 no. 7. --10.40 a rn�?10 45 a in no. 9�?except i inlay 2 50 p in 2 55 p in going Kast. A rite. Depart. No. 2. 0 25 p 111�?io to p in no. 4---------------6 45 p air 7 05 p in no. 6.4 25am�?4 30 am no. A. 11 15 p mall 20 p i no. Log except sunday la 20 a in la to a in los. 7 and Hare fast mall and do not carry passengers. Ii. Armstrong agent. Chicago Rock Island amp Pacific. Going wast. Depart. No. 51�?express.10 45 p 111 no. Ii mall 05 a in no. 55�?freight. .12 46pm no. 57�?f Reight. 2 15am going Kast. Depart. No. 52�?mall10 35 a in no. 54�?expressll 45 p m no.,56�?freight. 4 50 a in no. 58�?freight 3 30p in trains arrive and depart from the Union depot. All trains Dally except sundae. C. K. Boude Agen. Wabash Western. Trains North. No. Passenger 8 30 p in no. 7�?passenger 6.40 a in trains sold the. No. 2�?passenger. -.-6 35am no. Fit passenger. .9 05 pm Chicago St. Paul amp Kansas City. The popular Short line Between Chicago St. Paul and Minneapolis and St. Joseph and Kansas City. The Only line in the Northwest runn4.ig Mann boudoir cars elegant dining car service. Palace Sleeper and chair cars finely equipped Day coaches. Des Moines leave. Arrive. Chicago local. 7 40 a Hist. Joe a k. C. Limited 7 25 a Rny 7 30 pm Chicago Rny 7 is am St. P. A Minneapolis Lim 8 of pm 7 15 a in St Joe a k. C. Express 8 30 p Rny s 50 a in Marth Alltz a Cedar Falls Waterloo a Oelwein Loc. 7 40 a in s 25 p in for tickets sleeping car reservations maps and time tables apply at ticket office Kirkwood House or at depot Corner fifth and Cherry its. J. H. Green Gen. At. Civic and other societies. Ottumwa Lodge no. 16, a. F. A a. sonic Hall each thursday evening on or before full Moon. Empire Lodge no. 269. A. F. A a. M. First thursday after full Moon Bonn i Field Block. Clinton chapter no. 9, r. A. masonic Hall tuesday evening of each month. Malta comm Andert. No. 31, k. Hall second tuesday evening each month. Laramie Lodge no. 230, i. O. O. Burn Block every Friday evening. Ottumwa a Lodge no. 9, i. O. O. tuesday evening 1st sat. Bank building. Wapello Lodge no. 12, k. Of . Of p. Hall every wednesday evening. Syracuse division no. 3, u. In in. Or k. Of i Hall. 1st Friday evening in month. Minnehaha Temple no. I g. B. P. . C. Hall every first and third tuesday. Hiawatha Temple no. 9, p. Iii p. C. Hall every thursday evening. Ottumwa a Assembly no. 7126, k. Of . A Hall every Friday evening. Ottumwa Lodge no. 227, a o. I. W. I. C. Hall every wednesday evening. Ottumwa a Lodge no. 103, i. O. <4. Friday evening in Hall Over 1st Nat. Bank. Ancient Oeder hibernian so hibernian Hall second monday in each month. Ottumwa a collegium no. 28, v. A. 2d and 4th thursdays in p. C. Hall. Ottumwa Encampment no. 21�?in Laramie Hall 2d Ami 4th mondays of each month. Cloutman Post no. 69. Ii. A. . C. Hall 2d and 4th thursdays of each month. Woman s Relief corps no. 134�?1. C. Hall. Id and 4th thursdays each month at 2 p. M. Donnelson Camp no. 32, sons of Veter ans a. Cd Hall id and 4th thursdays of each month Omicron coi Noil no. 1215, Royal orca numb a. Of p. Hall it and 3d tuesdays each month. Woman s Christian Temperance Union a i c. A. Room every saturday,2 to 4 r. M. The p. E. O. Sui Ier a every other saturday in k. Of p. Hall at 2 it of clock p. M. Clubs and associations. A blk. building. W. E. Chambers president i. S. Watson Secretary. The commercial Cli bus la Harper president Dias a. Walsh Secretary. Ottumwa cemetery association a j. Of. Merrill president w. La. Fetzer Sec Ottumwa school boards Dwight Bannister president w. Ii. Fetter Secretary. Churches and religious societies. First congregational Between Green and Market. I booed congregational it Outh it i it in. Rev. A i Coburn pastor. Of. Mary s Catholic Corner fourth and court very Rev. J. Kreckel pastor. St. Patrk k a a Catholic a Corne Church and Ward s. Side. Rev. Father Ward pastor. First Preshy Kriang Cor Washington and fourth. Rev. It. K. S Ely pastor. First methodist Cor. Market and fourth. Rev c a Stafford pastor. Main Street methodist Corner main and College. Rev. W. N. Greenie pastor. Fast end Pees ii i it Wax Iowa ave., East end. Rev. J. M. Mcelroy pastor. Fire t Baptist Corner third and washing ton. Rev of. Williams pastor second Baptist coloured a Cor. Fourth and Jefferson. Rev has. Lambert pastor. Finley Avenue Baptist Loutfi Side. Rev. Ii i. Crawford pastor. Coloured methodist North Jefferson Rev. C. H. Thomas pastor. Rit Mary a episcopal Corner Market and fourth Rev. J. Ii. Lloyd Rector. Swedish lutheran Jefferson bet. Second and fourth. Rev. K. A Nystrom pastor. Swedish Mission East main. Rev. N. J. Bolin pastor. Salvation army room 469 East main. Moville Johnson Captain. First German evangelical lutheran Cor. Second and Vine. Rev. H. Foelsch pastor. Personal paragraphs. Mrs. L. T. Briggs spent yesterday in Agency. T. E. Jones left Oil be. 3 yesterday for red Oak. J. M. Harrison of Charlton pent Munday in Tinnelly. J. W. Garner went to chill othe yesterday on business. Col. Flagler was a passenger West on no. 3 yesterday morning. V. W. Kraus of Bloomfield was in the Metropolis yesterday. J. T. Rowe struck out on no. 3yesterday morning for Grant City. J. Ii. Burgess went to Chillicothe on business yesterday morning. C. M. Schenck was a passenger on no. A yesterday morning for the West. Gale e. Clark of Centerville is in the City visiting his brother Frank b. Clark. Janie Russell left last night on no. 2 for Chicago. He expects to move there soon. Jas. Met Hugh shouldered his grip yesterday morning and struck out on no. 3 for Alt. Ayr. Auditor Hicks was reported quite sick yesterday and was unable to lie at his office. Harlan and Chester Smith of the Fairfield journal were in the City a Short time yesterday Henry wagers of Agency was shaking hands with his Many Ottumwa friends yesterday. Prof. Flans. Albert was in the City yester Day morning and left for ills Home at bit. Pleasant. Miss Lou Thomas left on the Rock Island for Eldon where she has quite a Large music class. M. L. Noons of Kansas City arrived yesterday evening Aud will remain a few Day visa Tang friends. L. F. Lyme of Lancaster mo., was in the City yesterday morning and left for Home on the Wabash. V. M. Dow Ning of Keokuk. Representing the messenger paper it o. Of Quot to. Louis was in the City yesterday. Samuel Loeb of Ottumwa spent Muday with his sister mrs. Harry Strasburg of this Herald. Frank von Schrader the Ever obliging cashier of the Ottumwa savings Bank is out of the City for a few Days. T. B. Trotter left on no. 3 yesterday morning for Charlton in the interest of canister Cigar factory. J. K. Richardson or Swift and or. Hunter of Davis county were in to City yesterday on their Way to Council blurts to attend court. Phil. Sci Orr of Ottumwa arrived in the City yesterday visited with friends until this afternoon when lie went to Omaha on business. Pc re Stein ail Vert i be r. Cha. T. Moi Armil and it has. O. Taylor left lat night for a sojourn of several months among the mountains of California and will Tuk in Kilt Luike before returning. A a. Lee the manager of the new courier printing company honoured the demo a Raj with a fraternal Call yesterday afternoon. Or. Lee is a very pleasant gentleman and seems to he fully conversant w Ith the newspaper business. C. Vav. Carroll went to Ottumwa today on business. A Geo. Cupel i of Ottumwa was in Tow ii sunday to see his wife and baby who Are visiting mrs. Ca Pella smother mrs. A Millne Bloomfield tender Greenback or. And mrs. John Doherty of South Ottumwa left last night for Dunkirk new York la response to a Telegram received by or. Doherty yesterday morning announcing the death of his sister who resided at that place. While absent they will visit relatives at Buffalo and other Points. Father muh sack one of the old pioneers of Twenty five ears standing now in his ninety second year called Oil the writer of this notice yesterday. The old gentleman is still Able to walk Alio it very cleverly but hts Eye.-1ght and hearing is failing some lately he thinks. He is one of the most remarkable men in the country and his history if written in full would be very entertaining full of Good deeds and tile love of Humankind. The world is far better by father Millisack having lived in it. Ile is perhaps one of the oldest anti slavery men now living. Beware of ointments for Catarrh that contain Mercury. As Mercury will surely destroy tile sense of smell and completely derange Tho whole system when entering it through the mucus surfaces. Soc la articles should never he used except on Perschl pylons from reputable physicians As the damage they will do is ten fold to pie Good you can possibly derive from them. Hairs Catarrh cure manufactured by f. amp co., Toledo Ohio contains no Mercury and is taken internally and acts directly Uit on the blood and mucus surfaces of the system. In buying Halls Catarrh cure be sure to get the genuine. It is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by f. J Cheney amp co. S8old by druggists price75c. Per bottle. The West end people waking up the meeting last night. There was a a West end Coal Palace meeting held at the office of the Ottumwa Iron works. Tile attendance was not Large but those present wore there for business. Tile meeting was called to order by Henry Phillips. A and or. Phillips acted As Secretary. Remarks were made by mayor Epps Henry Phillips d. T. Miller major Spilman and others All of whom spoke of the great Benefit the proposed i amusements. At the new Ottumwa. A Pearl of the Advance Sale of seats for the a Pearl of peking is the largest Ever had at the new opera House. There Are a number of Good seats left secure them As Early As you can a it is not at All improbable if the current attendance and their enthuse be done a fail to read jhfs1 Fortes 6 a Scheying so. Store Ink will save vol Moxey and done to fail to see our new Good chasing. Before per v pieces asm at the Bijou opera House May g. Harrow was elected chairman accepted As a criterion that the Pearl of Pekin will rival Adonis in popularity and longevity the Bright sayings the Catchy music and extraordinarily Beautiful stage dressing places the Pearl of Pekin far ahead of any production of its Type yet seen on the local stage. It is a Delight to the Eye Palace would be to our City and urged a banquet to the ear and the Novelty All to work for its Success. I and Torce of its humor fills the Audito a and j is expected that several Hundred dollars More will be subscribed by the gets entirety at the open Horn. All Cool double Width subscription paper was opened rim with laughter from the Rise to the #440 wan secured As a starter. It i fax of curtain. In. V Sun. The above attraction will be Given in employees of the Ruffler and major Spilman and l. P. Russell will act As committee to Canvas that institution thoroughly. A committee composed of w. A. Epps John Mytton and Sam Caster will look after subscription at the starch works and other West end factories it is expected there will be another meeting at the new opera House the last of the present week and it is hoped that the required amount will All be secured by that time. Hibbard s lung bal important notice to Farmers and lovers of Fine horses. Having concluded to go out of the business i shall offer for Sale on tuesday aprill 1890,at my stables on East main Street no. 630, the following list of horses 7 head mostly fit bred mares All with foal also nay celebrated Young stallion that is highly bred and for style build and color cannot be excelled and bids fair to make one among the finest steppers in the country. Parties wishing to buy Are invited to Call and Sec my Stock and get Pedigree. There will be a Man at the stable to show Stock at All times. To know them is to see them. I Liall also offer a lot of vehicles such As buggies carts and Spring wagons also double and single harness. Terms of Sale made known on Day of Sale. J. It. Pickler 630 e. Main St. Ottumwa Iowa. A a a is consumption incurable read the following or. U. H. Morris Newark ark., save a was Down with abscess of lungs Anil friends and physicians pronounced me an incurable consumptive. Began Laking or. King s new discovery for consumption am now on my third bottle. And abit to oversee the work on my farm. It is the finest Medicine Ever Jesse Middlewart. Decatur Ohio save St new Dis have died had it not been for or. Kin Cowry for consumption i Wou of lung troubles. Was Given up by dolt ors. Ain now Iii Best try it. Sample bottle free at h. C. Peters drug store. No. 6 was four hours and Twenty five minutes late yesterday and met no. 3 at this place. John Fleming is having the front of his new store decorated with a pretty coat of Blue which materially improves its appearance. The funeral of a. D. Smith occurred at the first m. E. Church sunday afternoon at 2 of clock Rev. C. L. Stafford officiating and was largely attended. The Democrat learns South Ottumwa is to have another hardware store As soon As a new Brick building can lie prepared for it. The More the merrier. We Aie informed that cards Are out announcing the marriage of George w. In Haller to miss Eunice Sumner two highly esteemed Young people of this City which will occur in the near future. What the papers say. The Ottumwa Democrat has treated itself with a new $5,000 building. This Marks its deserved Davenport Democrat. R. H. Moore the hustling energetic proprietor of the Ottumwa Democrat after improving that paper in Many ways and making it by far the Best newspaper Ottumwa Ever had is getting to feel rather proud of it himself and has just purchased a Fine business property which he will arrange expressly for his printing office and occupy next month. Or. Moore and his paper certainly deserve handsome quarters and the new Home will be an additional evidence of Sioux City Tribune. We congratulate our Friend Robert h. Moore publisher of the Ottumwa Democrat on his steadily enhancing Good Fortune. One of his recent Anan Cial ventures was the Purchase of a Good business property in Ottumwa As a permanent Home for his growing and thriving journal which has taken rank under his guidance and ownership with the Best papers of the state and which he intends to keep Well in the fore by Enterprise Industry and Liberal and judicious outlay. There is ample room in the Fertile Des Moines Valley for the accomplishment of All that to ambition of or. Moore has Post. Done to feel Well and vet you a not sick enough to Consul a doctor or you refrain from doing so for fear you wifi alarm yourself and friends we will Tell you just what you need. It is Hood s Sarsaparilla which will lift you out Oft list Uncertain uncomfortable dangerous condition into a state of Good health Confidence and cheerfulness. You be no idea How potent this Peculiar Medicine is in eases like yours. Throat and Sam for Throat and lung troubles this Medicine has no equal. It is guaranteed to cur consumption in its first stages Ami even in advanced stages or that disease it relieves coughing and induces sleep. You May have a cough Ora cold at any time therefore no household especially with children should be without it. For All affections of the Throat lungs and Chest croup whooping cough and hoarseness it has no equal. Ask your druggist for it. A a Nice eating apples and fresh country butter at Thrall amp Gephart. Y m. C a. Notes. There will be a meeting of the build ing committee at the room tomorrow afternoon at -1 30 of clock for the purpose of formulating the necessary data for architects determining the general plan and Cost of the building Etc. The thanks of the association Are due or. Hetle Sater City Engineer for his surveying and plat of the lots recently purchased. Through the Courtesy of the Hon. J. F. Lacey the association Library is in receipt of three volumes containing the coins Indium and Complete statistics of the population of the United states at the last census. The y. M. C. A. Male quartet meet tonight for practice. A eel a a a a Bucklen a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world Lur cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever ores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns Aud ail skin erupt ions Anil positively in Rev piles or no pay required it is guaranteed to give pert satisfaction or Money refunded. Brice 2ti cents per Box. For Sale by h. C. Deters. Spring Tricot in 20 colors of very Fine Quality at 23c. Per Yard i bargain in 36 Inch Cashmere in All colors very Fine texture. _ in to he Herk is a bargain an elegant imported a Worth 35c., at 27c full length and Width. At seven cents. A very Fine one at nine cent great Leader at thirteen cent Vek our bargain Vest at 17 and 23 cts. Corset bargains four new lines tar celebrated French imported summer Corset old last year at 99c., now 49c. Also the Well known e. P. Corset sold All Over for $2.25, at $1.19, and our magic hell Ali at 49c. Beau Monde at 79c. Misses Corset Waist at 39c. Lime and Cement at Weir amp son. Dancing school will be on thursday afternoon and evening of this week. A a. Safe for Salfu a Small fire proof Safe for Sale cheap. Apply at the Democrat office. Died. Kirkpatrick at the residence of Samuel Mccullough at 8 45 p. Rn., March 23, 1890, of old age mrs. Jane Kirkpatrick aged 91 years and 16 Days. The funeral will be held today at to a. Rn., at the residence. Burial at Brooks cemetery. Hall at the Homo of the parents 532 North court Street sunday evening March 23, 1890, of brain trouble Robert Nathan son of George f. And Ida Hall aged i year 2 months and 6 Days. Funeral this morning at to of clock at the residence. Mrs. Travis will teach the German thursday evening at dancing school. 166 pieces in plaids stripes checks. White Wash piques Nain Sook and dress goods at 7, 9 and 13 cents. Also a big line of Tennis Flop is Ann Outing cloths at la and 13 cents. Fifty pieces Best Domestic sateen Roll in. See our Henrietta fast Black sateen at 23c. For Nice up stairs Back room in business Block on Market Street size 18x32. Will fit up and put in shape to suit tenant. Apply at the Democrat office. Fine Box stationery. J. W. Vansant amp co. Are pleased to announce they have just opened an extra Nice line of Over too different designs in the latest Box paper. They Are head quarters for such goods la tablets they have some new designs to show you. Ask for their memorandum books which they give free. Mrs. Briggs has just returned from Chicago with a Fine Large Stock of millinery. A a a Jas. Hobbs was fined $15 and costs by the mayor yesterday for disturbing the peace and resisting an officer. Every one of our society people should attend mrs. Travis German at the armory thursday evening. A Niue Lisk of red and White table linens at 23 cent4 per Yard. A Good Quality All Linen Mumm my Mac. I j a in at s cents per Yard. Ill my m w a Linen napkins at �9 cents per dozen. Largest slue. $1 29 or Doz. Sek our big drive in Tow be i s. Here we can show the greatest bargain in the country a very Fine All Kooi. Henrietta part it Good in a1 colors at 69 cents a y Ard. Tux colors in i. Wool Cashmere at 46 cents. Very cheap. We Xue Quot Olk avg is to i of the a Cic rate we will place on Sale until sold Joo pieces Best dress Gingham in All styles at 6 8 i cents u Yard also a line of Domestic and French Gingham Gordon hosiery Dye a Art Ante lat Blu refunded Uio Liff a big line of Otton silk and Lias la thread Osier y commencing in Price cents and up. It i 6, 9 a big Lix e of children Quot Llu a quote at 6and scents. At 9 and 14 cts. A big line of ii a nuke pc ii Tei a s at i 3 and 6cents. A very file Ali. Wool ladies w eking Jersey jacket at �2.89. See our guaranteed fast Black. Jersey Waist at 39 cent a big line of 3 m a a Al 3 at 99c to $3.49. A very no All silk Lush a St Rah silk v big if Pla 11 Asp Stripe \ i i r Xii Quot la. I i 11 d i Dor a fax i Quot v i Yui \ Vuk i by lace curtains a a a draperies \ pkg i Loi ii v vix Xii l i la in a Grella 1 \ new Styli handles Quot i i or w. A a so Mem it 5 cents per Yard. Special Salk embroideries Luces. \ big i. R of Erner it it i Lei Itam i i Ace a a so i Lino a Inch Floun cinch in Vandyke. Eiffel Row or. Hem hot to ii up tuck i xxx d i nil sex Iai. Fyles. Very i he i. Very cheap. Spring overcoats now on special urls the new electric lights scattered Over a wide scope of territory Are a great and Long needed convenience appreciated by everybody who has business out late at night. It was a Wise provision to have them Burn All night. Samuel Loeb shipped several thousand of his famous a a same a of Posen cigars to Chicago yesterday having received an order for the same. We suppose when the worlds fair is held in Chicago same a Trade there will lie immense. A a new and popular Book entitled a manners and customs of the Day a has just been published by the Cline publishing House of Des Moines. The Book is written by mrs. Sarah b. Max Well sex state librarian a lady of unusual ability. Miss c. D. Reynolds has taken the Agency for this plate. A a a if Calvin Manning Lee Michaels Frank Simmons and Josiah a Hutchison Are among the members of the courier Syndicate and we understand they Are the Democrat was not wrong in publishing some time since that they were negotiating for that Plant the Democrat at that time was accused of giving sensational news items but the laugh is now on the other Fellows. A a a an important letter from a leading druggist in Avoca lox a. I have had sciatic rheumatism for eighteen years. The pains in my limbs and Back were unbearable and i could not use Iii left limb. For weeks at a time i was con fined to my Impi with Tofu renting pains four bottles of Hibbard a rheumatic it i up entirely cured no. Since discontinuing it use about eighteen months ago i have not had a return of the terrible unease. U. L. Dunham Avoca Iowa. Ask your druggist for it. The courier sold. The courier of last night contained the following announcement i have bargained for tile Sale of the it our Lei to the a Fourier fruiting company a which is to be controlled and managed by a. A. Lee who has for ten years been one of the proprietors Ami editors of the Musca Tine la journal the Sale to be Couill Ted and office turned Over april 1st next. A. H. Hamilton. We understand the Syndicate is composed of j. H. Merrill l. J. Michael Al b. Thought to lie j. 1.1 Hutchison t. D. Foster Calvin Manning f. W. Simmons j. T. Hack Worth or. I be and others. Electric bitters. This remedy is becoming Well known and to popular it to need no special mention. All who have used electric bitters sing the same song of purer med it Ine does not exist and it i it guaranteed to do All that is claimed. Electric bitters will cure All diseases of the liver and kidney a will remove dimples. Boils Salt Rheum and other affections caused by impure blood. A will drive malaria from the system Ami prevent As Well As cure All Matt Mai fevers a for tire of headache constipation and indigestion try electric bitter a entire satisfaction guaranteed or Money refunded. Price Iii cents and $ i tier bottle at la. U. Powers a drug store. Yesterday was a Good Day for drunks a that is Good for a prohibition City. Seven of the boys a toed the Mark in mayors court yesterday and a fessed up to having imbibed too freely of a the settled policy of the state a and meekly took their Medicine to the tune of $10 and perquisites. Three of the boys planked Down $6 each and were per netted to depart in peace and the four less fortunate ones will inhale the pure air of the Ca Laboose Yard while they Blister their hands pounding Rock. W. S. Cripps amp Bro. Have purchased the undertaking establishment of Elmer Ransier and will give their personal attention to the business. John Mcnulty was arrested by Constable King saturday night for being drunk. He was arraigned in Justice Bick Ley court yesterday morning and was Tine $10 and costs. He put up the Cash and departed a poorer but w Iser Man. A those who dance must pay the to sell them Earl a to sell them Quick and have placed on a to outdo our compost it ors we i r the Democrat used to lie run by a Syndicate. Perhaps those who go into the courier being new in the news paper business can get some valuable pointers or Eye openers by consulting a few of the gentlemen who a a Blower in a a As judge Hubbard recently said of his experience As a stockholder of the Cedar rapids Republican a a until they got very a a stranger within our Gates a was taken in charge by the police yesterday morning and ushered into the presence of his Honor mayor Epps. He was adjudged guilty of vagrancy and was furnished employment on the Rock pile for a team of six clays after which he will by permitted to continue his journey toward the setting Sun. A this is the time of year to Plant your Shade Trees to have them grow Thrifty the first year. No one thing sets off a town in hot summer weather More than wide sidewalks shaded with Forest Trees. In the new additions people will add to the value of their property by looking to the Comfort of after years in beautifying their Homes by planting Shade Trees. Entire Stock of Spring overcoats at your Hock of we Are glad to know that the officers Are making some Effort to enforce the Law for the Protection of fish in the Des Moines River. This is eminently a j right and proper. There Are Many f. J. Dee the gentleman w to was so t people who like to spend an hour of seriously injured by being struck by a Wabash train saturday night a Brief account of which was Given in sunday mornings Democrat died yesterday Casio Nally in fishing with Rod and line and such people do not relish the idea that a lot of people Are in the habit of seining trapping and with fish berries All the finest overcoats in the House in All the latest shades sizes from 33 to 42. Come Early and get your Choice. Remember we can withdraw this Sale any Day so take advantage morning at 6 07 of clock. The funeral and dynamite repopulating the River will occur this afternoon at 2 of clock of All the Choice qualities of the finny at the residence of John Gray on West tribe. It is As much the duty of Good main Street. The remains will be in people to notify the officers of Infra termed at the Mcintire cemetery. The dons of the Law As though it was for deceased was about forty years of age Aud leave a wife and four daughters to mourn his loss. Robbing a Hen Roost keep up the Good work or. Officer and All right minded people will applaud you. One Price clothing House

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