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THE AHtt! WEDNESDAY APlilL G, 1HS2.
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Correspondence vollci.ed from every township
1b Bock Island county.
Wednesday. Ai-ril 6 1893
CALL FOR DEMOCRATIC HTATE
(joxvkhtiox or illixoi.
Headquarters Democratic State Central Com
mittee of Illinois Sherman House, Chic go,
February K, lfStt. A Convention of the Dem
ocracy of tbe State of Illinois, is hereby called to
meet in the Hall of the Huuse of ReDresentativ, s.
In Springfield, Illinois, on Wednesday April S7th,
- I tarn, aixociooa r , lor tne purpose or nomi
1 ; sating candidates to be voted lor on Toesda.,
K ovmber 8th, IS9, for the offices of Governor;
: j lieutenant Governor; Secretary of Sta e; Auditor
j of Public accounts; reasurer; Attorney oener
;jt al; Three True ee of the Cuivernity of Illinois;
i t Tao Congressmen a Large; also for the purrKwe
J ,f ulsnhnn a.. D. . . .1 . .
w ' m miuk vuc t ICB(UI-UIM ijitciur 1 run 1 t HI II
Congressional Diiuict, and four Presidential
Electors from the state ai la ge. Two delegates
from each Congressional Disulct and eipht dele
gates from the state at la-ge to the Democratic
National C'oi.veMion, to be behi in Chicago, June
II, lftri. One Slate Committeeman from ach
CoBgressional Distrrct, and sevi n state Com
mitteemen from the state at 'arge, and such other
bositess as may iroperly tome brfore the con
vention, i he baris of representation for each
coamy -nai oe: une ae.'egare lor eacn roar
handled votes cast fordtvt lai.d and Tburmau at
the last Piesidei tial Electio , and one delegate
for each f. actional part thereof, of two huutlred
votes or rrore. Ui.uer this call the rvpreteulation
of Bock Island county will be, ol 3,614 votes, 9
By order of the Democratic State Central Com
mittee of Illinois. Dili P. Phllps, Chairman.
Theo. Nilson, Secretary.
The following resolution was allotted by the
Demi critic State Initial Committee, February
Be it resolved. That it is this sense of this Com
mittee, that the Ant-tial.aii Ballot law applies to
the electiou of officers at the annual town n eet
tngtoall elections exci pt as specially except, d
In said law,audihis committee rvcomnunil that
all elections to be held for town officers this
spring, be held a- der the provision md sccordnig
to the letter of eaid law.
Deanorratir I'suniy convention.
The democrats of Bock Islai.d county are
hereby requested to send delegates to a conven
tion to be l elfl at the court bouse in the city of
Rock Island Thursday, April 14. 1S!4, at 1:30
'clcck p. m. for the purpose of selecting dele
gates to t he dimocratic state convention which
assembles at Sprinrtield. Wednesday. April ST,
1804. The bais of representation at said county
convention will be one di legate for each township
and a' so npon the vote for C leveland and Thnr
man in ISf apportioned amorg tbe different town
ships,precmct? and waids in t tie ratio of one dele
gate to every SO voters, and one delegate for
every oiajerjait thereof, and according to which
the folio tnc will be the rern-M'titation :
Cordova. 4 3 Canoe Creek
Baa ptou. Is- precinct 3 Coe
8nd ' 2 Zuma
" ! 3rd 4 Port Byron
Black Hawk 4 Coal Valley
Bowling.-. S Andalusia
Buffalo Prairie 4 south Mnli je
P"ry 8 Moliue-lst Ward.
South Bock Islnnd. .. 8 2nd
A. it-tana 1st ward.. 4
2nd " .5
4th " ....
5tb " ....
Bth " ....
4 Edginefn-lst Prec't
Tbe cancuses in the several townships will be
held at (p.m.. and in Molite and Bock island at
7:30 p. m. on Saturday. April 9, 1892. The differ
ent delegations will aiso report names of commit
teemen for their respective townships, precincis
aad wards. T. S. Silvu, Chairman.
D W. Gotlo, Secretary pro tem.
ekaiob Palmer is not afraid te state
his position as opposed to the doubtful
Bland bill. Under his crucial examina
tion the people can see the meaning of
Xree silver. It would be practically free
to mine kings, but tne people would not
be benefited thereby, says the Warren
Tmx St. Louis Republic is making life
somewhat of a burden t ex Congressman
Neidringhaus. May 14, 1891, Mr. Neid
ringhaus stated in an interview that he
would have his great tin-plate factory
ready for turning out American tin-plate
in merchantable quantities by July, and
that he expected to make net less than 500
boxes a day by that time. He did not
say "next July" or "the coming July,"
but just July." When "July" came he
was still not quite ready. That was
nearly eight months ago, and when called
n two weeks ago the big tin-plate fac
tory was going to be in full blast "inside
ef two weeks." The other day the two
weeks were op and the reporter called
around fully expecting to find that the
production of tin-plate in St. Louis was
an assured and indisputable fact, and he
found the proprietors unable to accept an
order for 10 tans of tin plate to be filled
in 10 days because the factory was "not
yet quit ready" to be run an full capac
ity. Mr. Keidringbaus' tin-plate factory
seems yet to be "all in his mind's eye."
At the urgent solicitation of his friends,
Hot only of Deuglas county, but through
out Illinois, where he is well and favor
ably known, William B. Brinton, of Tus
cola, who has for several years been
treasurer of the democratic state central
committee, has decided to submit bis
came to the state convention to be held
at Springfield. April 27, for tbe office ef
state auditor, and the outlook at this
writing is that he will have little opposi
tion in the convention, as the democratic
leaders and the papers of this state ap
pear to accord him the place, and regard
bis nomination as a foregone conclusion.
Mr. Brinton, in his capacity of general
agent ef the Moline Wagon comprny has
traveled -through the Btate ever
since 1874, and has been a regular vis
itor to almost every town and city in it.
In this mancer he has been able to form
a wide acquaintance, and he has a per
sonal acquaintance with more people in
Illinois than perhaps any other man.
This gives him a great advantage in a
campaign, and he would no deubt secure
a great many votes on the strength of this
acquaintance. As a member of the sub
committee of the state executive commit
tee on doubtful districts in 1890, he ren
dered materia) services to the party, and
wben thejetialature convened be went to
Springfield and remained until John M.
Palmer wag elected U. 8. senator. In
fact, whenever he has been called upon
to aid and assist ti e democracy be has
answered tbe call, and in an intelligent
and Business like iianner.
$ Thb poll by ibe Si Louis Republic (
tbe 103 members or the Illinois assembly
who, on the final t allot for Uoiied States
senator at tbe last session of that body,
cast their votes for John M . Palmer, has
resulted in securirg an expression f rem
51 of them. Th lacks but twe cf
a majority, and the vote is lsrDe enough
and decisive eneug h in its character to
indicate the controlling sentiment of the
body. The vote, toe, is representative
in its character, its total being one more
than the number et legislative districts in
the state, nearly a 1 f which are repre
feDUd in the poll. Put in tabular form
it shows the following results:
John M. Palmer ..
David B Hill
Wm. B Morrison...
Isaac P. tiny
Boi-well P. Flower.
Jan. E Campbell...
John U. t a lible...
The ene vote missing in tbe total for
first choice was cast fer"the choice of the
Illinois democracy," ard of the two miss
ingin tbe second choice column, one was
for "any good western man."
Senator Palmer receives seven ef his
16 votes as second ctoice from Cleveland.
Tbe other two We vela: d men divide, one
going to Colonel Motrison and the other
to "any good western man."
Gen. Palmer's friends return tbe com
pliment by giving Mr. Cleveland every
one of his 10 votes in tbe column of
second choice. The remaining 29 votes
are divided in the proportion of 10 to
Gav. Boies, who gets his ether two from
the field, two to Gray, who gets his tbird
and last from Neill The other Palmer
vetes are divided bet'veen Morrison, Car
lisle, Gray, Campbell and tbe "field," a
good many of them being for the senator
himself, "first, last ai d all the time."
Ameng the expressions is this:
Hon. George W. Vinton, of Moline
First choice, Cleveland; second. Palmar.
"Grover Cleveland, henest, faithful and
true. The nation knew him. If he
can't be nominated in my judgment
John M. Palmer will come next in the
The Wonder rm 8ncii
Of Hood's SnrsiparilU as a blood purifier
entitles it to your con Idence. No other
preparation has such a record of cures of
scrofula. Salt rheum, blood poisoning,
or other blood diseases. To try it is to
know its merit. Be sure to get Hood's
For a general fcmilv cathartic we con
fidently recommend Hoed's Pills. They
should be in every borne medicine chest.
A Mute Kecovera Speech.
Alpbonse Hemphling, of Summit town
ship. Butler Co., Penn.. made aa affidavit
that his 12-vearsold son, who had
had St. Vitus dance for twelve years, lost
his speech, was completely cured after
using three bottles of Dr. Miles' Restora
tive Nervine, and and also recovered his
speech. Thousands testify to wonderful
cures from using it f c r nervous diseases,
dyspepsia, nervous debility, dullness, con
fusion of mind, healache, etc. Four
doses of this Nervine cured Mrs. W. E.
Burns, South Bend. ltd., who had been
suffering with consmnt headache fur
three months. Trial bottle and elegant
book free at Hartz & Lahnsen's.
Creeds ! !
Having placed with us for disposal, a
limited amount of treasury stock of the
King Solomon Mining & Milling com
pany, of Cteede. Colorado, being one of
the best located properties in the camp,
we are offering same at a price that will
interest you, if you will investigate. For
further information, call on or address.
Rick & Fuller.
Harper house. Rack Island.
Norman Litcny, Des Moines, Iowa -Dear
Sir: A box of H aadache Capsules
were handed to mi and I have used them
with perfect success. They cannot be
recommended too bithly. Gould not
possibly do without them in my house.
I recommend them to s offerers with this
common though terrible complaint.
J. Ebbig, Eolamazoo, Mich.
For sale by all druggists. Hanz &
Bahnsen wholesale agents.
Good evening! Have you used Ah 1
there is no need of my saying anything
further, I am sure you will hereafter use
nothing but the famous Blush of Rosesf or
your complexioa. Tourn with best wishes.
Flora A. Jones. South Bend. Ind.
P. S. Call this evo please at T. H.
The mas' and learn the particulars.
About your feet hurting you, when
Cbryso Corn Cure will cure corns, bun
ions, etc. Every botte warranted at
Hartz & Bahnsen's.
Cubeb Cough Cure One minute.
For sale by all druggists. Hartz &
Bahnsen,' wholesale druggists.
For some time past I've been a rheu
matic. I recently tried Salvation Oil
which gave me almost instant relief. I
sincerely recommend it as it has entirely
cured me. James Cordon,
150 S. Paca street, Baltimore, Md.
Fanners and Horsemen read this! I
find Salvation Oil a mos", excellent lini
ment among horses, and I take pleasure
in endorsing it as a certiin remedy for
scratches. James Thjmas,
Franklin Road, near Baltimore.
Our readers will not be so very foolish
that they will allow themielves to be de
ceived with a new oout h syrup when
they have experienced Lb t value of Dr.
BoM'e (joue-b Hvrrjtj.
POULT tt t APPLIANCES.
A Coop Especially Ilealgrneii for Early
Chirks A Desirable Perch.
A very convenient kind of coop for
chickens hatched early in the spring ia
the one shown in the cut, according to a
correspondent of The Farm JournaL
ctxfr for early chicks.
It is 4 feet long. 2? feet wide and
2 feet high in the center. It is made
from ?4-inch boards. One side is made
of glass so that the sun will keep
the chicks warm, although the weather
may be very bad. The door is made
to slide upward when opened. There
is also a small door for the chicks
to go in and out at their leisure. This
is a convenient coop for chickens Iiatched
in cold weather, because it can he turned
so the sun's rays will fall directly on it.
That all the fixtures of a poultry house
should be movable for the sake of clean
liness and convenience is advised by
the journal mentioned, which illustrates
a convenient movable perch for a small
A MOVABLE PERCH.
, . ,. ... , i v c' V V 1 IV4 VUI. .11113
. is so plain tha but little explanation is
ueeueu. 1 ne tront supports should Ie
about eighteen inches long and those in
the rear about thirty inches. The plat
form should not lie less than 2 feet
wide and a 6-inch strip be nailed in front
to form a trough.
Raised Flower Ileil.
Raised bels, as a rule, are not admis
sible in a flower garden. The introduc
tion of so many new plants into summer
bedding arrangements has made the
Elevation of any particular bed or beds
merely a question of planting, and any
attempt to raise them much above tlio
ground level by irons, wire, woodwork
or other devices has an artificial appear
ance quite out of character with the
natural beauty of a garden, especially
when the floral display is at an end. In
the pleasure ground, however, the case
is different, and the removal of a tree
whose decay has made it dangerous to
life and limb is oftentimes the prelude
to a raised bed. A few feet of stump
left in. the ground, the soil broken up
and surface roots removed, a few cart
loads of fresh soil and the bed is ready.
Many things present themselves as
suitable for the planting of such beds for
a summer display, Cat .try creeper. Ha
mulus japonicus and Cobaea scandens
ranking among the best on account of
their rapid growth. If, however, the
first planting of such bed is to be a per
manent affair almost all of the climbing
roses will be found suitable. So are the
varieties of R. polyantha and Rosa in
dica, and if a few plants are placed in
such proximity to the stump as to allow
sufficient shoots to be directed around
and over it to clothe it nicely, the bed
will quickly present a furnished appear
ance. Smut in Oats and Wheat,
Bulletin 22 of the Kansas experiment
station gives the result of experiments to
prevent smut in oats and wheat. The
amount of smut in oats in 1C91 in the
fields about Manhattan was about 53
per cent., as shown by actual count.
Potassium sulphide was as effectual in
preventing oat smnt as the hot water
ireacmeni previously recommended. It
tan be used at the rate of one pound in
twenty gallons of water, the seed to re
main in the solution twenty-four hours,
0T use about twice the amount and re
move the seed at tbe end of ten or twelve
hours. Treatment of the seed with hot
water or with potassium sulphide both
prevents the smut and increases the
field. The loose smut of wheat was con
siderable in 1891 on some of the plots on
the college farm. Fifty-four trials with
various fungicides did not furnish de
risive evidence favorable in any case.
Spraying spring wheat, barley and
oats with flowers of sulphur, potassium
sulphide, chloride of iron and Bordeaux
mixture, singly, at intervals of about
eight days, from April 21 to July 8, had
apparently little if any effect in pre
venting red and black rust. Spraying
corn plants with Bordeaux mixture,
chloride of iron or potassium sulphide
did not prevent the development of corn
Cold frames have much the same form
of construction as hotbeds. In the cold
frame the finely pulverized soil is warm
ed from the heat of the sun received
through the glass covering, which also
excludes the cold night air from the
germinating seeds or tender young
plants. In the hotbed the heat is mainly
derived from the fermenting manure in
the bottom. This, with the solar heat
added, is very forcing, and it requires
daily attention and frequent watering
lo get the best results from a hotbed,
tu the south the cold frame will usually
meet all the requirements for early
forcing. Ccld frames are frequently
tovered with coarse cotton cloth instead
of the more expensive method of sash
Radishes are easily grown under glass
and pay for the trouble when there is a
near market for them.
The asparagus bed will take kindly to
ft dressing of well composted barnyard
If you have a good local market it will
pay to force lettuce in hotbed and cold
The Rural New Yorker says that last
Season twenty-seven kinds of sweet corn
were tried with results the same as in
past season. Cory, or some strain of it,
for earliest, and follow with the North
ern Pedigree, Perry, Crosby, Concord,
Mammoth aad Evergreen. '
Cloth Top and Pat
THE TRAVELERS' UCIDE.
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND A PACIFIC KAIL
way Depot corner Fifth avenne and Thirty
Srt otrect, Frank 11. Plummer, agent.
4:35 am! 1:00 am
Council Blade & Minneeo-1
ta Day Express 1
Kanvaa City Day Express...
Councii flails 4 Mioneso- I
ta xress f
Conncll Bluffs A Dourer I
Limited Vestibule Ex..
Kansas City Limited
5:50 am 11:16 pm
It :uo pm
7 :B0 pm
3 f6 am
tOoing west. tOoing east. 'Daily.
BURLINGTON ROUTE- C, B. A Q. RAIL
way Depot First avenne aad Sixteenth at.,
M.J. Yonng, agent.
St. Lome Express
Bl. Louis Express.........
St. Paul Express v ..
Beardstown Passenrer. ..
Way Freight (Monmonth) .
8 08 am
8 :ub am
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenue, E. D. W. Holmes, agenU
Mail and Express
SU Paul Express
t- A Accommodation.
9 :00 pm
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First avenna and Twentieth atreet. F.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
Fast Mall Express
8:10 ami 7:30 pm
2:30 pm 1:80 pm
8:10 ami 8:00 pm
4:00 pm! 8:06 am
HOST DIRECT HOTJTX TO THB.
East South and Southeast.
4 -.67 pm
Lv. Rock Island.
10 :8 am
Prince villa ..
Bloom ingi on. .
Terre U ante..
Bt. Louis .. ..
1 :1ft pm
8 :45 pm
1 :50 pm
a !JtK nm
13 -OS n't
! 10 :00 pm
ia:iu n i
R -HO nm.
iv .uv pm
Lv. Peoria 10:15 am 4:10 pm
Ar. Rock Island 1:80 pm 7:80 pm
Accommodation trains leave Rork Is'anit at
8:00 a. m. and 6.45 p. m ; arrive at Peoria 8 :45 p.
m. and 8:30 a.m. leave Peoaia 8:00 a. m. and
7:15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4 :00 p. m. and 8:06
All trains mn dally except Sunday.
All passe ger trains arrive and depart Union
Free Cbaircaron Fast Express between Rock
Is'ond aad Peoria, both directions.
Through tickets ta all points; baggage checked
through to destination.
Lv. Rock Island.
10. 1 am
8 06 am
" Rock Island....
6.2" am.ix.cu pn.
7.00 am 1.45 pi
7.65 am! 8.00 p
4 85 pm
H. B. 8UDLOW,
ttec'l Tkt. Aget
4r ( X-Ir Hmbia. ill-i.. nrr
jr silmlatalwit lr. Milny
Weai aM , iitr.
4-lDnacturi aaa powder, which era be liven
In a (laaa at beer, a oup of coffee or tu, or in lo&
wiibouitlM knowledge of the ptuent it li abscriutel?
harmless, and will effect a permanent and speedr
our, wbetner tbe patient ia a moderate drinker or
an alooboiij wrao Jt haa taea given r -.boosanda
p1 oaaes, and in every instanov r oerie nire has fol
i fa" Theajratem one impregnat
so wnn uie Speeine.it beoomee an Attr imnnasihilirv
foe lU ItlHWir Ann.... r .
i sriBciFic cfc, o riapiialasa.
48 paaw book of nninkn nre. To aw had ot?
, drapciata. )
We Have the lYew
- IN -
GENTLEAEN: Our Calf and Kangaroo
Shoes at $4 are the best value ever offered.
All styles and widths.
WHCQUAIHTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY WIU 08TAI8
MUCH VALUABLE IN FORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF THE
CIiiGap, Eock Islanl & Pacific By,
The Direct Rnnta tn twirl frnm mte tai
Peoria, La Salle. Moline, Rock Island, in ILLINOIS;
eupurx, aiuacaiine, onumwa, Oskalooaa, Des
Moines, Wlnterset, Audubon, Harlan and Council
Bluffs, in IOWA ; MlnnMtvill. mnA Q 1...t a-
h'ESOTA; Watertown and Sioux Falls, in DAKOTA;
-vauieiuu, si. joaepn ana .ansas city, in MISSOURI ;
Omaha, Lincoln, Fairbury and Nelson, in NEBRASKA;
Atchison, Leavenworth, Horton, Topska, Hutchinson.
Wichita. Belleville, Abilene, Dodg City. Caldwell, In
KANSAS; Kingfisher, El Reno and Mlnco, in IKBIAN
TERRITORY; Denver, Colorado 8prings and Pueblo,
In COLORADO. Traverses new areas of rich farming
and (raxing lands, affording the beat facilities of inter-
uiiuuuicauuu io ail towns ana cities east and west,
northwest and southwest of Chicago and to Pacific and
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading all competitors In splendor of equipment,
between CHICAGO and DES MOINES. COUNCIL
ana ii.maha, and between CHICAGO and
DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, via
KANSAS CITY and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEPH
First-Class Day Coaches, FREE RECLINING CHAIR
CARS, and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car Service.
Close connections at Denver and Colorado Springs with
ui.eigmg rauway lines, now mrming the new snd
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTS
.ver wmcn superbly-equipped trains run dally
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
"l"r. uguen ana san jvnclsco. THE ROCK
ISLAND is also the Direct ana Favorite Une to and
from Manitou. Pike's Peak and aU other sanitary and
uuwiuea ana mining districts In Colorado,
DAILY TAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From St. Jaarnh mnA rintai rt ...
sauu num mil im
portant towns, cities and sections In Southern Nebraska.
Kansas and the Indian ttO a i t. . t nr-r.
LEA ROUTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Water-
(ma D i .
lain, aiAAuruus and ST. PAUL,
csnnacuong for all points north and northwest between
the lakes and tbe Pacific Coast.
For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desire Information
apply to any Coupon Ticket Office in the United States
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E. ST. JOHN. JOHN SEBASTIAN,
eM Managar. GenT Tkt A Pass. Agt,
CHIC A. O. r.T
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
" Office Corner Fifteenth atreet and Third Are,
Succeeds the Moline Savings Bank. Organised 1859
5 PEE CENT. LMEHEST PAID OX DEPOSITS.
Organised under Slate Laws.
Open from S a. m. to 3 p. m., and Wednesday and
Saturday night from 7 to 8.
Pobtbb gKiwwBR, . - - President
H. A. AiBswsbtb, ' - Vice-President
C. F. IlxMxawAT, - . Cashier
Porter Skinaex. B. W. Wheelock,
- O. A. Rose, s Alneworth,
- O. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams,
" Andrew Fstawrw,- ". F. Hemenway,
nuaren s and
Misses'Cloth 'top an,:
Pat. Leather Shoes
Chicago, Minneapolis and St. Paul
Via the Famous Albert Lea Puut.
St. Louis, Minneapolis and St. Paul
Via St. Louis, Minneapolis & St. Paul Short Line.
Through Sleepers and Chair Cars
KANSAS CITY, MINNEAPOLIS AND ST. PAUL,
PEORIA, CEDAR RAPIDS AND SIOUX FALLS, OAK.
CHICACO AND CEDAR RAPIDS
Via the Famous Albert Lea Route.
THE SHORT LINE
fc SPIRIT LAK Ejt
The Great Iowa Summer Resort
For Railway and Hotel IIatf, Iwr'ptiir
Painplilets and all iiiforiiialimi, mlirB
Uea'l Ticket anil PavirtiL-vr An.u
FOR CHEAP HOMES
On line of this road in Nnrtliwl-rn I"wa,
Southeastern Minnesota and (Vniml lik(ifci,
where drought and crop (allures are mikniwn.
Thousands of choice acres of bind '! un-lL
Local Exeursion rates niven. Inr f:.Il ii;I"r'k
tlon as to prices of land and rales ( lure, auJrws
Uenl Ticket ami rasscni:er AL'eiit.
All of the Passeiifier Train" mi ar! Pivi-i.:s .if
this Railway are heated l v ste.uii from V.k
engine, and IheMain Line Irav I';feLj;t:r Triiib
are lighted with the F.lectric Litlit.
Haps, Time Tables. Through iviites and :M !a
forniation furnisheil on ai'liialin h A-"n'-.
Tickets on sale over this route M all .pnii:n-ijt
points hi the 1'nioii, and hv its Air'iit, w
parts of the United State aiid t'aiuuia.
eTFor announcements of Kvursmii r.i '
and local matters of interest, plvax rifT u
local columus of tins iit-r.
C. J. IVCS, J. C. HANNtoai.
Vrts't A Gen'l Supt- Gen'l TVt t f1- il
CEDAR RAPID. IOWA
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