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Postville Review (Newspaper) - June 18, 1887, Postville, Iowa Tow Postville weekly review. Tobt Vixie sat Davi Jtj he 18. Vij. K. Burdick editor. Profit by the lesson. The humiliation and of resulting from the defaulting and absconding a theriol of All Makou county May not of tvs Beoo altogether in vain if the people stall learn the l Well that it tech i. We no not going to charge the Fri Rae to the Den uralic party most in publican papers will do. It True that there never was a crooked Republican official but he was heralded for to governed by that no Man who has not been Able to conduct his private business with at least tolerable Success fit to be trusted with Public business. With the antecedents of the Sirni to which he formerly belonged it was almost criminal to have raised his name at All for so responsible a position. He had passed through the ordeal of a failure by which a Large number of friends and neighbors have been victimized out of to foil a it say nothing of Eastern Lirma. This failures passed off no easily and lightly that he did not he otherwise would to Tiongan tvs Tirao the Pone tertiary stares him in the face. But the party and the people Are largely to blame for it. They set aside a Man of age and business experience Well of property and in All things eminently qualified for Tho position for this untried youth with not a single recommendation save that he was a Good fellow socially. No age no experience no Legal information whatever and much worse off than nothing financially it a Miracle How he induced his neighbors and friends to go on his Bond knowing All the facts they did. We write Tieso lines much More in borrow than in anger for socially Chris and Tho writer wore always personal friends and he has done Many a Good turn. But duty to the Public demands that the Mirror be held up to nature that the Public May profit by the sad experience. To a fallen Star and his Bondsmen and numberless others mourn departed wealth. If he had never thought of office and remained right Here in the machinery business the chances Are that to Day to would have been respected and reasonably prosperous instead of being a criminal fleeing from Justice with every Man band against him. Young Man Shim Tho the tempting allurements of Tolice you would a pestilence i Thwe to Money in it there no real Honor in it but Thoro constant danger and vexation of spirit in it. You bad better work on a farm at a Trade on a Railroad Section than Servo your country in a county Oll Loo. This Orazo that being put to the front by some of putting Young men in office All wrong except in clog rival positions and Placos requiring vigorous constitutions like railway mail Lorko. A the main no Man should be mentioned for office who has not age and experience and a knowledge of Mou and things Walohia Only acquired by time. There Are exceptions to this Rule to All others but they Are rare. Old men for counsel Young men for War la Good doctrine and Middle aged men for of Doe would be sound advice. We Hope both parties in this county will put up suitable candidates for office and if either does not do so we Hope it will be badly left at Tho polls no matter which party it May be. We have a plenty of men fully competent and in every Way qualified for office. And those must 6c found and utilized we Hove heretofore Boon fortunate in this regard. Lot Tilv lesson make doubly vigilant in the future. Wei has finally done a Little Good la the world though it would have been no particular damage if to had not done it. To succeeded in staving off to thou Witk the Domo Oracoy at Bis seven . By Unju Stutte convention at Marshall town ja4week, a thus Perls on All i , cogs in this state the auth &qp�4n any event it Wei Poffo i Efti . Go self before. The Man or woman who commits suicide for love a fool or usant and of course anyone who commits suicide insane. Tar. Treasurer has prepared a stale from a direct line East this City of rent in regard to the circulating Modi Orlando 35 Miles from Tho Atlantic urn which shows the total circulation of j coast and some 60 Miles from the Gulf Coin and a Trency May 1.188", was coast every Day come wind from Ei-$1, 297,258,560, a net increase of g.18, ther the Atlantic or from the Gulf of 666, 646, compared with the Circola Mexico that Are always fresh and Cool lion of May 31, 3836. J one to six in the Shade even of a Little Orange tree there no suffering from the heat but Tho Sun at noon Day simply hot. Most of the Days during the hot season the Sun obscured by Clouds and from the 25lh of May to the same Date in september there air very few Days there not More or less rain fall making our hot season very pleasant and taking the climate the year around there Are More Days of the 36.j that Are pleasant than any country 1 Ever saw. Oranges Are gathered from the Trees from november to August Lem the year around with a crop of capitly Gua. Vas of three Mouths in the summer and again in raid Iuler. We began our strawberries id mid Winter the list of january Aud Are eating from the same plot now and the peaches i commenced gathering the 7th of May and there Are rtt some on the same. Tree. They Are luscious ant Sweet Ever grew then with our Little lakes of spi ing water but it not cold about 70� the year around 50 or More of them within a radius of 3 Miles now i sit 15 or z0 of these forming Little creeks in ditches that Havo been Cut till they come to Gether at Tho Siuk under the bin where the water permeates slow away in untold Depths to break out in Clay Springs Rock Springs or Semi ule Springs the first one so Large that it forms a Creek Large enough for Small steamers to run up and turn around and the others Are nearly Large. Well t curious and such a Peculiar country that so rapidly tilling up with Many of the Best people of this nation fabulous sums Are expended in buildings and Orange Groves one 1 could mention a half mile to the East of. Me of Ico acres and though the. Trees have been planted h and 10 years vet it rented at $76,000 then Tho Standard Oil co have expended $82,000 in Grove planting near Here within the past year and or. Flagler 1 once de Leon hotel at st. Augustino the Linest thing of its kind on Earth. Wei. This Florida enough for a starter. Good by a . Misdirected sympathy. The Chicago Milwaukee st. Paul i company has issued new Stock to the 1 aggregate of s10, Day so far or he if Ftp a my imn Louvy to to by help the six Gnu the Iowa prisoners Aid association undertakes first a work of humanity ing to employment those of t Rcd do roses discharged yearly from eluding the homeless children from the Industrial schoo Ivhon stand ready to live upright Aud industrious lives but who heretofore have been largely driven Back to crime because shut out from Tho a Muco of honest livelihood. Second to obtain for Soe Ioly better Protection against confirmed criminals by changes in our prison system that shall secure their longer detention where they Continuo incorrigible give Legal control of their movements for a Timo after their discharge with Power to to commit without expense of trial if they return to Erime and that biih.11 separate them in our jails and penitentiaries from the bettor class of prisoners and thus protect the latter from their pernicious influence third in the measure of our tue cuss in the above objects to relieve tax Rayora of our state from Tho onerous Burden of Over 8400,000 Thoy pay annually on account of criminal prosecutions Anil nearly 9200,000 they pay annually for Tho main Tenavee of convicts. In this work so important to Tho fun Turo of our and which lies almost wholly beyond any other organized Effort of Church Stato or philanthropy Tho Iowa prisoners Aid association continues under god guidance and Blessing confident of enlisting in its prosecution in larger measure the Christian Zeal the Phil anthropic interest and Tho financial support of a generous Public. The knights of labor Are not displaying that perspicacity and Good j id ment which should govern an organization hoping for Power through the ballot. A notable instance of indiscretion furnished by the sit nation in the labor circles of st. Paul. The carpenters of that City precipitated a strike in order to enforce certain demands they had upon their employers. Shortly after this strike among the carpenters was inaugurated the bricklayers Union of st. Paul held a meeting and resolved to do to work until the carpenters Griveau were settled probably a movement growing out of the absurd motto inscribed on the Seal of the general executive Board of the a lights of labor the injury of one tie concern of the bricklayers and masons do not pretend to have a grievance. They have no demands have none to make or be denied their hours wages work everything a a factory. They Are Sirn-4 by striking out of sympathy with the carpenters. This the height of Absurdity. The Pioneer press in commenting on the situation argues that this principle followed out to its legitimate end Means that one Man May at any time bring the business of a whole Section at a standstill and inflict millions of dollars of loss on both labor and capital. For if the bricklayers and stonemasons and painters Stop work without a reason to help the carpenters then the plasterers must Stop 1 to help All the rest then Tho material men must be enjoined from furnishing supplies the railroads must to forbidden to bring in the stuff on Wei a nonunion men could labor Tho brakeman and switchman must strike there absolutely no stopping place for the sym pathetic strike Short of a Complete business embargo. Itis precisely what happened under Martin Irons in the South West where the complaint of one Man became a National concern. It rests on a doctrine that has neither right nor reason behind it. Let transpose the conditions for a moment. Suppose thai the Street car Drivers of st. Paul were to strike for Shorter hours and that the company could not fill their places. Suppose then that other employers should try the sympathetic policy to help the company along. Suppose that Tho Gas company should declare that since the injury of one the concern of All it could not afford to see the Street railway company bulldozed and should shut Down its works and Cut off the Gas Supply until the Street car Drivers returned to their posts. Suppose the steam railways would follow suit and every Large corporation should lock out its employees until the Street car Drivers yielded. What would Labo think of it what would the unions Havo to say about this tyranny of capital How Long would the Public submit or be expected to submit to such domination. The sympathetic strike not one Whit better or worse than the sympathetic lockout. It a costly unwarrantable Aud tyrannous Folly. The carpenters have a right to Combine and to use their organization to effect a common cud if they think it necessary. So Havo the members of any other Trade. But when the work Sigmen of Ono Trade without a grievance and without a demand to make quit work in order to help Etorce the employers in a distinct and Independent Trade it an Offerso against the whole Community. The sympathetic strike objectionable morally the Boycott while its evil effects Are still Moro widespread and times. with a Prince. Entertain Lotf 1 now a fenian potentate of Felts. The first time that i had the pleasure of being entertained by a persian Prince was when i dined with the ser rum a Owlet the son of Trego Turnor of the province of Kenya Shah who wa3 the King Uncle. About 5 in the afternoon i arrived with a Friend at the Prince House. It was in the summer time and his highness was sitting with his brother in a Large to Lar or archway i a sort of windowless room the open j front of which looked upon a Large linux or tank into and from which Clear w a ter ran continuously. The whole Talar was built in Tho arabian or Saracenia style of the Alai Bra but the decorations were far less Chaste and much More Florid. There were life sized full length portrait of dancing girls in All possible and impossible Noti Tudic. Sune were balancing knives and Goblet others were in the various postures of the Eastern dance while one was depicted standing on her head. All these prov Tures were faithful likenesses of court favourites made by tie court painters. The persians unlike other Mohammedans Delight in representations of female Beauty in which their artists Excel. The recesses in the Walls were tilled with chronic hum graphs of very dubious taste let in Anil glazed. There were old chandeliers of various colors hanging from the lofty urea Twenty pairs of Carriage lamp. Were stuck in Staples on the Walls and from each of these depended a tiny Cage in which a Nightingale was singing in emulation of his Fellows at the full pitch of his voice. In the Center of the apartment. A Book for the it James g. Blaine. Kab noting Hla master to arguments pm the Ritat Nom to Taejah slant Strmole Natt i Satoro Kuttan my whom Iruk borne h Meta. Or a Foft Tomt Tor Book Cut Ambo i cat Mhz Rott Tami Root Oomen ref i worn a him t ibb a Why Bill Publ him co., Tobt Nib h. , tailor. Post Vixie Iowa. Fine suits made to order. Culling a specially. Large line of Sample pieces to select from. A share of patronage solicited. " it time of closing mails Attivo Ponty Ille p o. . M. St. R la. Going West. I m a. M. Going East. I fi0, p. In. B. C. It. & n. By. Going North at. 1 . Lolo Sou hot. 1.1". P. Dally at. 7 00, a. M . Tuesdays and saturdays 7.00n. In. Post Fuco hours from 7 00 a. In. To 18 00 p. M. Opium sundays from l2 0t noon to 1 s0, p. In. I n. J. In in a. P. M. Of Torch directory. Mir Odist Rev. 6. T. My Lilin la a Tor t r. Aching ovary Sibb nth morning nth a Pait ton Mabb nth utter morning a Rico. L Rayor fee Tang oven lags at the Church. Sei co Sabin Ali oven no. A Jill i e feet in Clouw ill ill till Bas a mugwump he. The Little one cent Organ of Mug Wum Pory in Chicago to costly contained Tho Moit Bare faced Lio Ever met with in journalism in attempting to defend a River Cleveland Copper Load record curing the War by lying about or. Blaine. In apologizing for Cleveland sending a subs Tiquio after to had been drafted the mugwump Organ says or. Blaino was also drafted hired a substitute for $25, and at the War got Back $200. Everybody knows or. Blaino was a member of Congress at the time the draft not was passed and of course was never subject to in provisions. Blaino rendered fur Moro valuable service in supporting Tho administration of Lincoln against the Copper Load friends of or. Cleveland who almost succeeded in overthrowing it than to could have rendered in Tho Field. During the first year of Tho War or. Blaine presided Over the Maino hons of representatives and Hore in Eon Gross sustained by Voto and voice every War measure that came up. To not Only rendered his country this distinguished so Vlco hut to also from his Provato Means he was then a poor Man not a sold Tor to the front. Blaine served his country both in Congress and in Tho times. Confession Good soul. For the est. Louis Beau Billoan door within Ayo Aroythe Campaign Tho situation a grave Ono for Tho demo Ray. Its repeated Nolc Ygea to reduce taxation to the necessities of an economically Dinin stured government remain unfulfilled. Nothing hag Boon achieved except Ropo ated failure Tho responsibility for Wiloh clearly attaches to the Demoor Atlo party. It a responsibility that la not transferable its it now exists. Tho democratic majority of the House bus never passed a measure of general Tux Reform to Tho Republican Senate. All such measures have Boon Defon Tod in the House by the Aid of votes for which tha Democrat la party responsible if Tho party goes into a National Oani Palgon under such Condl tons Aud of such an Issue it must be Defeated unless Thero has been a rail the typewriter. The idea that the typewriter was ii vented by John Burt a popular Cray. It you Liko i will give you the Story of the invention. When John Burt died among his papers his son found a Patent which had been issued in 1829 to his Grandfather William a. Burt for a typewriter. 1 have seen letters written on this machine in ii nil 1830, and the work was por Fuet any printed matter you Sec now. Among these were letters written by Burt then residing in new York to his wife in Oakland county this Statland to other parties in Massachusetts. Or. Burt then closed a contract with some parties in Massachusetts to manufacture the machine and put it on the Market. They worked at it about eight years but without Success and then abandoned Tho scheme. Tho manufacturers also called upon or. Burt to refund $7o which had Boon advanced to him upon his royalties. The. Reason Given for abandoning the manufacture of Tho machine was that Tho number of letters written was Small postage being so very High. Thon Tho mechanism of the open to the air a i diameter of the ii vein d 1 in u f Nie i t to. The Shiek of a . Furi my. Band it a i patently playing deed i Ojni Hoshii Ernly i u .1 in 1 i wine was m a d to lie Deli Eimi but leu a pm of h .1 1 in Iii. To no of Sweln Toi Tei Mil. I i i 111 u t Iri tie of be. mail it a and comm Ila a Nhav a n ,r.--� were placed on the it either Side of each of the party. The drank their wine from glasses the in used bowls of Silver of the size and shape of a Finger Glass. Spirits in the form of Barrack the Strong coarse spirit of the country were Oil ered to and declined. Our hosts drank it like water. And now entered four Lulis or buffoons. They Sang they danced and they told Short stories to the intense amut Niento of our hosts. Then amid the rhythmic beating of Drums and tambourines the clash of cymbals am1 the Bounds of the Cornet flute Harp viol i sae but and All kinds of music came 1 four pretty Gypsy girls half dressed in the invest colors and covered with Glit. Turing jewelry. They sailed into the room each decorated with her professional smile. Truth to .-.ay. These girls a were Iii he painted but in every lady paints on great occasions. The eyebrows and eyelashes had been much beautified. A tiny zouave jacket of Bright Satin embroidered with Gold and seed pearls was All the clothing worn above the Waist. The skirts reached 0 the Kusec and were much Boule like those of our opera daubers. Two of the girls wore their a try in innumerable Plait from the end of each Plait Hung a Little be or a Silver other two allowed their Manili cent re it Lurt a of Wavy Black hair to hang in a Cascade which fell far of Rill. ,v,.tj"l i l1, ii eyes. The ii c of the dancers varied from 111 years to 17. \ the dance had 110 variety. The Farmr Young ladies spun round 111 a Row the hands i. F. 1 arc t ice cry Ticlay Tiki up 1-r etl in a ,.r.i. Y r it i 0. Ii. J. A . No ?. Ol1vv. Sr\n\7h w to. Lui Tii of i i Afi. Meeta on Tho Nocona and fourth i i Wilny Jav cuing n each month. Visit Init Brethren in Pood always or Loome. J. Ii. Oily cans. . K til it t k these machines cannot be excelled for lightness of draft durability and perfection of work has often been demonstrated in the Field. I also handle the Aultman & Taylor Thresher with either steam or horse Power. The Well known norwegian plows Standard Riding Corn plows. Buckeye and Knowlton h brakes a. A. I Call the of ? to this line of machinery with confidonr.?. Knowing that there nothing better in the Imp v. C m o  / \ i \nln-3. Depot nearly oppo i commercial House e j. H. Mcches. Machino was considered bo"compuca�4isri" v of a " a gone through of that no Man could Annn m balanced Al glared that no Man could Hopo to Koep on in order without an in Giuder always with him. There no record of this Patent in the Patent office a Tho records worn burned in 1887 and no Effort was Ever made by Tho government to reproduce them. Tho Patent granted to Burt for Tho typewriter was signed by Andrew Jackson president Martin Van Huron Secretary of Stato and col Bur Rien . It was writ ton on Parchment. William a. Burt also invented Tho solar Compass without which it would have been impossible for Tho government to Survey the. Mineral lands of the country. At the time of Tho invention or. Burt was engaged Surveyor and finding that Maginot in influences interfered with his work he got up the sol or Compass. To perfect this invention to abandoned Tho typewriter. Though Tho government has used Tho Compass Over since or. Burt Dollar for it. An attempt was Mado by his heirs to secure an appropriation from Congress but nothing Cuino of i Detroit Tribune. Fifty years of literary Idle. I believe writes Stirling of kor in a Lotter to Abraham Hayward Yon May with perfect safety Call Bayangos Ono of the Al vat of living arabic scholars though i Blip pour a first hand opinion on Tho sub out to be picked up among some of Tho pundits at the ath on Reum. He i should imagine More Learned than any living spaniard in Tho literature of his own country. To translated Tlok nor history of Spanish literature and made Large additions to it in Tho shape of notes. To has compiled an elaborate bibliography of Spanish books of chivalry and to possesses Ono of Tho largest and Linest collections of Tho Spanish works of Tho frito month seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. A very Largo portion of Tho books of Spanish local history cited in Ford Avo contributed by him Aud most generally to has had considerable share in furnishing materials for almost every Good English Hook on any Spanish subject Wiloh bus appeared during the last thirty Yoars Seldom has a stronger testimonial to sustained literary activity been afforded Thau in the above sentences. When however h consist food that this letter was a Robt ten in we and that Don Pasual Oay Gougos has Ever Sloe that time faithfully font Lunod Bis labor of love in Alvo Oatise of Spanish history and a not Leo now a a to eve Wiver it. Will to seen that Tho period of Jde later a he Welty b,i,4 my puff life Vei Ioto nil lighted candles they stood on their Heads they walked on their bands in emulating the. More Dilli Chilt altitudes depicted on the Walls. Then they danced a rather Graceful Scarf dance. Then their attentions became personal. They would he Well rewarded by our hosts but we gave them a few coins and they retired smiling and kissing their hands dinner was served the usual to Siim of a Hundred dishes. Dinner for four food for Lifty. At 11 o clock to were allowed to depart leaving our hosts in the humor to make a night of it. The Fountain was still playing so was the band. The girls were still dancing the lights blazing thu Bulbul still singing. The Happy Western Farmer. The illustrious Fanner begins work in the morning Long before the Sun thinks of getting up. With ids soul shrouded in gloom to proceeds to build a fro and soften his boots with a Hammer. To then takes a lantern and shovels his Way to the barn and feeds Tho hogs. It then Lime to feed the newly arrived calf which seems to Delight in Bunting a pail of milk All Over the Tiller of the soil until he Only needs to to stamped to pass for n pack ago of Ole Margarine. He crawls through a barbed wire Fence and digs his buy out of Tho Snow foods Hla Stock milks the cows cleans out Tho a tables gathers up thu Frozen chickens chases a stray pig Worth 25 cents for four Miles doctor a sick horse Froe Zos his fingers gets kicked by a one eyed mule and when the gloaming comes and Iii etness broods Over Tho Earth to has a single half hour to meditate and wonder How he will make the next payment on that machine note. Voncroy w. To Washimi town. Tuo philosophy of death. A curious philosophy being developed by religious thinkers in respect to Tho Law of nature. Thoy hold that this Law destructiveness that it in fast Tho condition of things. The spider Oats the try Tho Sparrow oath the spider Tho Hawk Oats Tho Sparrow and Man oath everything and it May to added that time or death Oats Man. That destruction Tho Law of nature Moy to True in these so that Tho world and All that m it Are constantly Glia gang. The problem i Tho mystery of Tjho of Olty of things opens a wide hold for theological discussion and u Frett Many singular do Trinos May be t Fawn from it san for swim pm o a tort i " on tic first tue Mlay Ovtia after full Moon ouch i onto Utt Buir to ouch Vorm. Rex Sclier a rottau Init. All co Ricles of Tho orig a invited j a. L Kohv a. U. Prescott adjutant Comiti instr. The remedial Institute Prairie do Chieu wi3., now open for Tho reception of patients. The. Above Well known Retreat for invalids now open for the reception of patients and turkish russian and to other Baths Given required. The treatment Given Here a sure cure for rheumatism infill its forms neuralgia and Many other chronic Difili bullies hundreds of patients can pcs try who have Here found Relief during be past several years. Charges reasonable it Railroad time table on and alter sunday june 5t h 18�7, trains on c. M. & st. By. Leave i Ostillo follows. Liotino West. Passengers. No. I night.12.2-1 a. M no. 3.10 in a. M freights. Way freight. 11 05 a. M local "7 15 a. M time " .9 00p. M going East. Passengers. No. 2. 5 20 p. M no. I night .3 50 a. M freights. Way freight. 3 10 . Milf. & Chic. Stock. 6 15 p. M. . Stock.12 10a. M 1. N. Tuner at. B. C. H. & . E. Do Cokain division. Time table in effect Fob. 10th. 1880 passenger going North ____2 03. P. M " South. .203, " freight. " North .3 50, a j. E. Peuke agent. Lour. Flit to god Fri a Portal fun Crl pm a a tote. A we Vav year. Unit or Mill i Raj thl of Cuppl a Witt . To 7oir,� , i Jim v n n a r Sion a Jar of 1 a a Ohio i 17c i pair i 0/ a if six Vly  i Well m i 3. It Ivy a j cruel la late. Lou Asu Rit fur of b pay Ever pjs to to Star Rapij c. J. Ivies pi.-/. Ͽ�5it.- 1 j t v to ,.s a trl a air r. J. Iof i Ai top via . Iowa. Organised to buy Toto and loan Money and negotiate to no nov out Ido parti ors. It. Jacv a e",sx7 Ett soc Ottry and manager. To bad Mahir would respectfully announce that their new and sex Sive hardware store now open for inspection our to Csc end prisms Complete and varied of first. 1�ibo Olti adware its can to found in Nui Tiern town All bought for Cash at Tho lowest possible prices find will be soil correspondingly Low. If Yon want j�3 1� to Sinsig from n tick to a Cook stove we would b. to have Yon Call and inspect the Quality to prices of oils.  before punch lug elsewhere and Veare that ifs Sicre Laling Good goods and Low prices Are what wanted we can satisfy you. We wish to Call the Especial attention of All interested in barbed wire to our North Western barbed wire. We have added to our business it Large Assort get of s8as Eltoh Street pblte4 a pm a a Well tried treatment ror cons amour Abt Iii Beok chitin Pis ring cum ii Hay my Nind Iii Dibi Uty duo. A stunt my Lulu i m a trod Tom Clur. Amu of toil to taut in. Tuur Meta nil. 11u Treu Strmel Ruul thu pm Law or to Litt Unish attn b my Tali ft4j�jt�fi of it Imit my to i Jim Dir off Sug Neurad i�4 Tkv u10 to Adaoha of cd p9ruml thu it u Lent to tits Tel Soddt on. 8tamckt a Lith kit the Lett str to Tettat to u of a Uoo to Uard to Miu Wka Kris to Ltd in tar to mtg a i Roii. Nil. D. Nuit Haliw of coir to Klu Wilu. Xxv Victor in coi Riuo do tar of tin i Neww of or str Rul Adrista. Or. Ciungu a Ciumo p. A a a a Kur 1, t. Hon. A a. Nil 11x011, cd Luis later own a Kraft Iii. By a. W. Boom id Law to Calm or Tam 1. C. V. 11. Altor a a olym a we Bull Jadue u. S. Rooni Lew a  York Coli. In. B. C kit but ruled Alvila. By. Bakk bid a Kirkut flu d isma. Noil in. To Etc Wurmb a new r. A olt alld u w1uqb, a a in Ali. Y., 14. Twi a a Dinkla Ritu Anthar. J ii Xua k. I.i0k, won Iliou sul slab i Ludt. Auxa1wxk h1tc1iib, ii raw a tolled % huh Kant i Footma Maluo Bruch Ullin. Mob Buna Coors a Ruiu 60,1. Liliu Tiitu Oaing Aat rtt. To Cobb v. A let a til Fth Hennt. H. Abubb0ok, red blk a m. Lurar Tubus a a tue Jiin a tied Jato Wamus a Rel tin Butk Wila. Koa Tkv a a la  Tom la in Sutz a Corot no Oxton i and or acum a Batu u u. To lilt of a a a Bra Bare of Tut a wind raw Pikl hot Hurt. I Zuj 41 in vim liw a m Venn to Tara Illmie it kit Rwy Vuk a my Iii atom cwt we  Nwart to Wirtl Kwh and Iii i re la a fam his vow Wiit of Tom ii a n m a Ftp a Wlsh a a a Tkv per Ililau. A Cost Ocsid Oxx at in 0r a to we a l Gill i Llu Tuk Udo Lun Kwh of a in did Rifman bet or Khz a Willko Mem Tref to i to Mew a a urn num . Dps Balbo adv re gon Stock which to Are Selling very cheap. Call nil Tret our prices photo Arapi in if Yon want in Lino picture a photo Prauli cop or you v. I la do my bust to Lonso i u and Fri Gnu your picture too. And in Livatt clans Bavlo with Tho rapid dry plate for a satisfactory picture you la not Havo Long to Wilt. Tha Klug you for past Favora i invite you one and till if stopping in Ros Villo to give the gallery a Call. . Fred n. By key Postville Dray line h. J. Schultz Tho City Dray Lino of w. T1. Warner prepared to prompt y answer All of ally lot heavy or Light h ruling Twood teams and Crof ind always employed prompt attention will always to. Then to moving fur Ultra and hauling Lum bar Wool. Hav. Anil in  now Pat Plano i g. Company Tho oldest Harvestor Budor works in the world. Works at piano 111.  woolco 81 and 83, West Monroe st., Cliitis fijo. Makers of Tho Light re Uluig piano Binder and Plano Mower. P. T. Smith Clen vral agent for Northern Lown. Jin Doc Perry local not ntpo8vlllo, to Granite cemetery work Iron fences curbing of. Those intending to Pur Canso Monu mental work for Spring delivery will find it to their advantage to examine m. V. Kidder Granite work in cemeteries he doing first Olasa work at an Low prices can to procured in Tho country. If to has not called upon you drop him a Otil at Ueo Orali and to will he pleased to visit you with designs and samples of All kinds of Granite at the lowest possible prices. M. V. Kidder 34m0 Decorah Low bar., Hay Sand Etc pro up respectfully ,? 8qll to charges j a limit it Sto to Ltd Rev Law ii they we hts by j 0�tod body Huml

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