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Inn FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT Fine Sample Rooms, excellent location and best of all anri LEADING BARBER SHOP. H. D. Lorentzen, Prop. Under First National Bank CHAS. DOLK, AUCTIONEER, KIRON. IOWA. ^Wlll cry sales In Crawford. and adjoining counties at low rates, and will guarantee satisfaction. Give me a trial. Pimples, Boils or any imparities of the blood will be entirely eradicated by the use of Knaul's I Extract Sarsaparilla, which is com pounded after one of the most scien tific formulas. I have sold a great many bottles of this valuable remedy with the best of satisfaction, but never advertised same nntil perfectly satisfied of its worth. The greatest medicine to take as an invigorator in spring season. Try a bottle and be convinced of its merit. ,• ."v Respectfully. R. KNAUL. LEY SINGLE AND DOUBLE LEVER DISC HARROWS. BRADLEY AND MOLINE LEVER HARROWS. ROCK ISLAND AND MOLINE SULKY AND STIRRING PLOWS. STERLING, ROCK ISLAND, MO LINE AND AVERY PLANT- s: ERS. AVERY, MOLINE, BRADLEY, ROCK ISLAND RIDING AND WALKING CULTIVATORS. Buggies of Every Description. Call and examine goods and prices. J.H.TAMM, IMPLEMENTS. Piano and McCormick Binders arc the Best. COME AND GET PBICES BEFORE BUYING. Eii2ni3E3i333 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM** flow wokk. etc. OITY MEAT MARKET. Fresh Meats, PnlnUd Fresh. Oystersi, FARGO HOUSE GOOD MEALS. Frazer Axle Grease praam SHALL EVER Not "ffectedby Heat or Cold. Highest Awards at Centennial. Pari* and World's Fair. T""* Frazer Lubricator Co, Factories: Chciano. St LouU. New York. Babies and Children are very often fretful, feverish, accom panied with unnatural .paleness, a safe sign that you should give them a few doses of Knaul's Worm Syrup which is very pleasant to take and will expell worms safely, to be had at R. KNAUL. it ii S S S IS IS S ii ZZSZ care- Notice of Special Election for the in suing of Bonds. Notice is hereby given to the quail tied electors ot' the independent School District of Denison, Crawford county, Iowa, that in accordance with the vote of the electors at the last annual meet ing, there will be held a special election at the city hall ia Denison. April 18 1899 for the purpose of voting upon the question of issuing bonds for the sum of $15,500 to te due in ten years, and made payable at any time tetore due at the pleasure of the district. The proceeds of the sale of said bonds are to be used for th« erection of high school building in said Independent School District of Denison, Iowa. Polls will lie open from 12 m. to 7 p. m. on said day of election, The ballots will rpad as follows: For the issuing of 815,-500 (fifteen thou sand, live hundred dollars) bonds for the purpose of erecting a high school building. Against the issuing of $15,500 (fifteen thousand, live hundred dollars) bonds for the purpose of erecting a hieh school building. Dated March 23, 1899. O. STALEY, S^c. Ind. School District, Denison, Iowa. ^Dr. David Kennedys Favorite Remedy CURES ALL KIDNEY. STOMACH AND LIVER TROUBLES. Order Fixing Date for Showing Op position to Discharge in Bank ruptcy. No. 148. In the District Court of the United Males for the Southern Dislrictof Iowa. In matter of Calvin F. Besore, bankrupt. On this 32day of March A. D. 18!in, on filing and reading the petition of the above named bankrupt for hiB discharge herein, it is Oidcred, that the 1st day of April A. D. U99 be and the same is hceny flxed as the date on or hi-fore which alt creditors of, and nil oilier persons interested in, said estate and in the matter of the discharge in bankruptcy oftbi* said bankrupt, shall, if they desire to oppose the fame, file in my said oflice at Carroll.O rroll (}.», 6nid district, their appearance, in writing in opposition to the granting of said discharge: and also within teu days thereafter, (lie in said oflice specifications of the grounds of said opposition. Witness my bond hereto at my office in Car roll, Iowa, Ihe day and date herein first above written. WILLIAM R. LKE. Harding & Harding. Referee ill bankrii cy. AttiiriievK for Bankrupt. 24-Jt. dr-david favorite KppvsRemedy The one sure cure for The Kidney's,liver and Blood Dlzzincti, Constipation and all irregularities of Liver and Bowels are quickly regulated by the use of Knaul's Little Liver Pills. They are small, sugar-coated, pleasant to take and do not gripe. 25 cts. per box try them and you will use no other. At R. KNAUL'S drng store. Feed Delivered rrcc. The Boyer Valley Mill delivers feed brau and shorts free to any part of the city. Send in your order. Gen. Joe Wheeler attracted my eyes a good deal, he looks like a retirfed M. E. preacher who has worked hard and lived plainly. One of the most drama tic events of the last day was when Speaker Reed refused to allow Wheeler the floor. It often seems as though it gave Reed pleasure to cut off a mem ber who is burfling to help this down trodden country with a speech, but this time it was plain to be seen that be hated to overlook Wheeler, but as the committee on election had refused to call Wheeler a member he had no other way. So far, however, as general interest is concerned, it is the magnificent series of mural and sculptural decorations with which the architecture is enriched that has contributed most to give the library its notable position among American public buildings. Although a similarly comprehensive scheme of decoration was carried out at the World's Fair in Chicago, and after wards iu the new public library in Bos ton, the government itself bad never before called upon a representative number of American painters and sculptors to help decorate, broadlv and thoroughly, one of its great public monuments. Commissions wer« here given to nearly fifty sculptors and painters—all Americans —and their work, as shown throughout the building forms the most interesting record pos sible of the scope and capabilities of American art. The house and senate reading rooms are not open to the public and as my friend, Miss Wood, and myself were lucky enough to see them I venture to describe them., WASHINGTON NOTES.' At the end of the corridor leading to Much ot the spice of life is gone since The Iowa members are conceded to be the finest, strongest body in the house with that of Maine a close sec ond. It was wonderful the way they led the house and had great measures under their control. It was therefore very fitting that the jubilee held after the house adjourned should be led by Col Dave Henderson and .T. A. T. Hull. It would have done your heart good to have seen Henderson swing ing his cane and true to his Scotch blood singing Auld Lang Syne. The members behaved worse than children their last day at school but no one grudged them their play time after the awful strain of the last few weeks Mr. Bailey of Texas made a very grace' fully turned speech of thanks to Speak er Reed. It carried mv thoughts back to Reed's first term as speaker when words failed to express the feelings of the other side toward the Czar but that as Kipling would say is another story The gallerys were filled to overflowing, a good many had sad faces, so many were interested in private bills that had failed to pass and to whom the failure meant so much. But "Yester day now is a part of forever, made up in a bundle that God holds tight." Since congress adjourned I have spent a good deal of time in the library, a theme that might well appall a train ed writer and cultured critic and is way beyond my power. My own case re minds me of the girl who said she had never seen Niagara Falls, but had heard them very highly spoken of. I had read much of the library building and had visited it before it was completed but my feelings upon visiting the fin ished building were akin to those the girl might have had upon visiting the falls. Of the splendid and monumental building itself, it may be stated, that it is the most perfectly adapted for the convenient use and storage of books of any large library in the world. It the largest, the costliest, and the safest It is absolutely fireproof, not through any ingenious arrangement or coutri vance, but by the very quality of the materials of which It is built—granite, brick, marble, iron, steel, and terra cotta. Wood floors are used in many of the rooms, but they are merely carpet of boards laid upon terra cotta or brick vaults. It would be impossible for the library to burn down a fire would nowhere have an opportunity to spread. The great size of the building is perhaps best appreciated from a statement of the amount of Gome of the materials used in it: 409,000 cubic feet of granite, 500.000 enamelled brick, 22 000,000 red brick, 3,800 tons of steel and iron, and 73,000 barrels of cement. The draughting oflice turned out, during the eight years that the library was un der construction, 1,600 plans and draw ings. Exclusive of the cellar, the total floor-space is 326,195 square feet, or nearly eight acres and the whole num ber of windows is about 2,165. tlle l,0U8e congress adjourned the 4th of March, by. from which one enters the South The last few days were as they always west are, very exciting. A number of men-1 reserved for the use of members of the bers who had been placed on the retired list were doing their best to make a good showing. Jerry Simpson, a mild boyish looking man took quite an active part in the debates. He has certainly added to the gayity of the nation if not to its wisdom and will be greatly miss ed 111 the house. He debates readily and has the most seraphic griu that I ever beheld. It makes one quite over look the reported deficiency in his wardrobe. Mr. Leuis of Washington is another of the notable men who fail ed to be reelected. Ilis "sun kissed" pink whiskers have been the subject of many a newspaper joke but whatever shade they may be the gray matter of his brain is of the right color and plenty of it. reading room, is a little lob- Pavilion, or senate reading room, senate. The little lobby itself is one of the most beautiful examples of pure architectural design to ba found in the library. The walls are Vermont mar ble—the same as in the corridor—panel led with Sienna marble. The moulded ceiling is finished entirely in gold, with a central rosette, surrounded by coffers and conventional Greek mouldings, one of which, a rather elaborate fret, is laid upon a ground of deep red. The whole effect of the decoration, taken in connection with the low light which prevails, is remarkably fine—a combi nation of great richness with soberness and refinement. The senate reading room is finished in much the satue style as the house reading room, but witti less elaboration of ornament. On the whole, the effect, though quieter,, is perhaps more restful and satisfying. A toilet room, leading from the lobby just spoken of, cuts off portion of the pavilion, but allows space above for a low gallery enclosed by a deiicately carved balustrade, of Sienna marble. Below, the oak dado is ornamented with delicate inlaid arabesques of white mahogany. Above the dado the walls are covered with figured red silk. In the southwest cor ner is a' fireplace of Sienna marble, with a sculptured panel of the same material. Last weak John Watson, better known by his pen name, Ian McClaren, gave readings from his book Auld Lang Syne. He reads with great feeling and his Scotch is something wonderful to listen to. Our great poet, James Whitcomb Riley, has also been here and given a reading. He read from the "Annals of the Poor," "Hoosier Verse," "Char acter and Sketches" and "Rhymes of Childhood." He had a brilliant audi ence in the largest theatre in the city He gave a long program but people would not leave until he had read '•Goodby Jim, Take Keer of Yourself," a wish everyone had for the hoosier poet himser. Such a "Jim" cannot take too »d care of himself or be spared to us too long. Washington is all agog now over the engagement ot Mansfield in his great production "Cyrano de Bergerac," con sidered the greatest play of the cen tury. I heard a gentleman say that in after years it will be considered as wonderful to have heard this play when first piolueed as it would have been to hive heard Hamlet. I am going to the Saturday matinee and will try to write something about it. GRACE E. MEYERS. If any. one tells you the democrats have thrown Gary overboard, ask how it was, and by what votes, he was elect ed last spring. It is easy to express one's feelings be fore election but afterward the party whip descends as it did last spring and Gary is elected street commissioner. This is what will probably occur if a democratic council is elected,. and we say frankly that we believe Denison has had enough of Gary and Garyism. The Bulletin has a spasm of virtue, and tells the truth about the republican candidates. It virtually admits that they are better than the democratic nominees. The pigeon endeavors to point out how much better it is than the Great and Only. Republicans have not forgotten its attack on Governor Shaw however, and upon other good men. The REVIEW has not said one word reflecting on the character of the democratic candidates. As for the twins it is no wonder the Bulletin wants us to let up on them. Because one of the twins is rich and powerful is no reason why he should be screened. He has chosen his bed and must lie in it. If he chooses to consort and frater nize with people whom the community does not respect he must expect the fate of poor Tray, who was found in bad company. We supposed the census takers had found the smallest man in town last Monday, but it remained for the editor of the Bulletin to file his application for like distinction. Mr. Ed Bond, one of our census takers, asked him for in formation in regard to his family and received the reply, that the census was a REVIEW scheme and that he would not give auy information to help the REVIEW. Mr. Bond explained that while the REVIEW was certainly back ing the scheme the figures would be published and that it was important to the whole city that it be as nearly cor rect as possible. Mr. Caswell persisted in locking the secret of his existence in his breast. Mr. Caswell certainly had the right to belittle the census :-nd directory because it was a REVIEW scheme, if he so desired, but if he were a man instead of cry baby he would have given the information asked for in a gentlemanly way. ADVERTISED LETTERS The following list of letteis remain uncalled for in the pnslolllce at Denison, Iowa, up to March IU, 189U.lf not called for s.tine will be sent to Ihe dead letter office. PariieB calling for let ters please say •'advertised letters." Geo It Bunell W 1 Dennison O lluurter Mrs A l'ayson 1, Roberts Mrs 6 (itoughton D. L. BOYS ION, I'oslmaste', A Mother's Hope is that when her .. little ones are born, they will be vigor ous and healthy. Her hopes will be fully realized if she will prepare herself during pregnancy with MOTHERS FRIEND, the widely-known external liniment which so many women use. It not only paves the wav for easy de livery. but insures strength and vigor to the new-born. Kftid tiY DrnnUti (tor 01 A e«,i for out f«e llhi.tr.wa book )BOTHEB'S THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., AtlanU, Oa. nriri-' Life-sized portrait of G. Ciswell refusing to give information tor the, Denison census. Again we wish to urge ever* republi can to get to the polls Monl"y. Let ps get a good start, for next fall, a Sweeping victory will give encourage ment all aloi:g the line. Dr. Wright is acknowledged to be one of the best men in our commuuity. His experience, knowledge and educa-„ tion fit him for any oflice and the peo ple of the third ward should be glad of the opportunity to get him to serve as their alderman. It now appears that while Mr. Gold schmidt had said that he would not a candidate for ihe nomination tor city solicitor, he did not say that he would not accept the nomination. Tlie mat ter hHs been explained to the satisfac tion of all concerned and the REVIEW regrets that it made any statement to the contrary. The republicans of the first ward should remember that while there is no opposition to their candidate for alder man tbere is a city solicitor to be elected. It should be a matter of per sonal pride with them not to have their vote ^educed by this palpable demo cratic dodge. Mr. McLennan is fully worthy of every republican vote and the fhet that the democracy thought to defeat him by placing bis partner in nomination should not keep any repub lican from the polls. Let us show that our party is grateful to its young mem bers and that it has a memory. HEAL ESTA E TRANSFERS. March 81. E. S I'limpton and wife to R, Knaul and Carl Gronnu and Mueller se nw 1-4 and ne sw 1-4 sec 30, Denison township, con $6,200.00, John Bolieu and wife McMabon und 1-2 nt in nl-2 of sec 26, Willow township 320 acres, con $J,000. W. R. Johnson and wife to George Winans wlaofe2aofn 1-4 of se lie 1-4 sec Milford township con t5. Andrew Henderson to Geo Winans 2 a of 8 1-2 nw nw sw 1-4 sec Milford township, con 115. Flora Fink and Oliver Fink to Omaha & Ft. Dodge It'y Co. lot 1 in survey nw 1-4 sec 2 Denison township, 5 acres, con $42.r. Mury and John Oofif to Ft. Dodpe & Oma ha K. R. Co. lot 3 sub-div of swiw 1-4 sec 36 Union township, con $2,500. March 22. & Brazell to William Wilson 1-2 se 1-4 and ne se 1-4 SPO 36, Charter Oak. Anna and C, L, Van Patten to Gus I.amback 1-8 1-4 and 1-2 1-4 tec 23, Willow town ship ex 1 acre, con S5.670. Albert Vernon and wife to Ft Dodge & Omaha R. R. Ci all that part of 8 1-2 nw 1-4 sec 27.Stock holm township, of line of right of way of Fort Dodge & Omaha R. R, »'r, 1 1-4 acre, al that part of lots 2 and 2, sub-dlv of se lie 1-4, sec 2j, Stockholm township, of line of of of railroad, con $500. Jas McVey and wife to Glynn lot blk lfi Vail, con $170. E W Pierce and wife to S E Allen lot 10.11,18, block S3 Denison, con $600. Martin Barret and wife to George Durant 1-2 nw 1-4 and ne sw 14, sec 19. Boyer twp.con 53,000 Martin Peterson and wife to N McNeal lots 11 and 12, blk 4. Walkers add to Manilla con £500. Chas A Johnson to N McNeal lot 1, blk 4, Walkers 1st Add, Manilla. Joseph Hayes and wife to Wm Duff, nw 1 4 2'1, Wastington twp, 84800. Bears the 8igsatura of The Kind You Have Always Bought Original Notice. In the District Coil't of Iowa for Crawford county. April term. A. D. 1899. Fort Dodge & Omaha Itailroart Company. Plaintiff, vs. John B. Poitevin, et al, defend. HlltS To the above named defendant Joen B. Poite vin Vou are hereoy notified that on or before the first day of April A. D. 18im, there will be filed in the oflice of the clerk of the District Court of Crawford county, Iowa, a petition by the plaintiff, Fort Dodge & Omaha Kail road Company, a corporation, clulming that it. ft: tlin riuriinn 41.Jv #.,!ln.„i .. it is the owner of tlifc followTng"described ed In Crawford county, real estate situated Iowa, to-wlt A I strip, belt, or piece of land 175 feet wide *-1... ........4. I 1 ,» •r4' UMU«M i. AU. un inc north side of, parallel and immediately adiacent to the right of way of the Chicago & North western Railway Company across said west half of northeast quarter of said Section 17 and si strip of laud 150 feet wide across tho southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of hectiouft Township 82, North Range 4#, west of the 8th P. parallel and immed iately adjacent to the right of wav of thi» Chicago & Northwestern Railway ComDanv as surveyed and located across said Section H. and containing in all 11.20 acres, and fur ther nraying a decress of the court quieting the title to said property in the plaintiff as against you the defendant. For particular* see petition when on file. Now unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of ihe second d«y of the next teim of said commencing at DeniBoti, Iowa, on the litli uay ot April, ls'.ill. default will be eutered iiguinst you and Judgment rendere'1 aveil ... .. J- P. CONNER. Attorney for Plaintiff.