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rttSOUiTEiy IDubf. iMQUimykRE Mokes the ffood more delicious and wholesome Ho. Valley Times DAILY AND WEEKLY. Fifteen cents per week, payable ever? Saturday night. It. H. HARRIS, EDITOR. KARL R. HARRIS, CITY EDITOR. See Stow, the Jeweler, for re tiring. Dr. White, Erie Street Missouri Valley, Iowa. tf Dr. 8. F. DeVore, office and residence same as used by Dr. Montgomery. 'Phone numbers: Office, 30. Residence, 50. Dr. Tamisiea, Missouri Valley Iowa. tf Foreoast Fair and warmer tonight and Fri d»y- Reports from up the rirer say that the Missouri river is rising fast as far up as Bismarck. The trustees of Rose Hill Cemetery will hold their annual meeting tonight. Plenty of fresh eggs at Gavitt's, 9 cents per dozen. a6 E. L. Armstrong finished, yesterday, grading the Jensen property in Fifth street hollow. The Supreme Court of the State of Iowa, this week, reversed the decision of the district court in the case of the State of Iowa vs. Wm. Minor, the de fendedant convicted of cattle stealing. F. M. Dance, his attorney, carried the case to the Supreme Court and secured his release. Qo to Jensen, the tailor for your spring suit. Prices range from $17 up. Mrs. E. Griffiths departed this morn ing for her home in Plana, S. D., after a short visit in this city with her sis ter, Mrs. Bernard Evans, who she had not seen for over thirty years. The young girls will give a return party to the young boys at the home of Miss Jose Harmon tomorrow even ing. All the baking powders exhibit ad at the Ohieago Fair, except one, were found to conitain alum or ammonia. Royal Baking Powder is absolutely pure. Mr. and Mrs. F. Gates are today moTlog into the residence formerly oc cupied oy W. J. Lloyd on upper Sixth street, and the latter is moving into the bouse vacated by the removal of the former. Fine line of dress bindings in vel veteen, brush binding, waterproof facing and corduroy in all colors at South's. A. Lansing, of Omaha, was in the city last night, the guest of Frank Presswell. There will be a special prayer meeting at the Baptist church Tuesday evening and preaching services Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings of this week. F. W. Hart was in Logan on legal business today. Miss Edith Harris is clerking at Lloyd's during Miss Mynn Lloyd's ab sence. Eaco flour, the very best made, at Gavitt's, 81.20 per sack. a6 Edward and James Atherton, of Woodbine, were in the city last night visiting their sister, Mrs. E. Griffiths, who departed this morning for her home in nana, S. D. Z. T. Noyes has received favorable responses from every wholesaler from whom be has asked donations for the carnival. At present he has over 845 worth of articles and many firms yet to hear from. Miss Edna Davis is in Omaha this afternoon. Skyhy coffee, the very best in the market, at 29cts per pound at Gavitt's a6 M. C. Burbank returned last night afters couple of weeks stay in Ellis, Kan. He was accompanied home by his son, Myron. Geo. Kreig, of Omaha, was in the Valley last night. The Leader now has on sale, at greatly reduced prices one of the finest line of ladies muslin underwear ever brought to the city A young girl, 22 years of age, at Junction, Ohio, died of leprosy yester day. Winter seems to have set in early this season. One trial of "Calumet Family Soap" Insures its continued use. There is none so good. W. C. Fensler. This afternoon a liobo stole a clothes wringer from J. B. Lyon's grocery store, but before he had made good his escape with the goods he was over hauled and the wringer taken from him, after which he was released, but Marshal Hiss after securing his des cription, arrested him as he was at tempting to get out of town on a freight train. He will have a hearing tomorrow forenoon. Miss Francis Crabill returned yea «rday evening after a few days' visit with Council Bluflk friends. wovai t*Kma powdew co.. new row*. BAKING POWDER W. H. Ramsayer transacted business in Omaha today. S. M. Marsh, of Sioux City, formerly district attorney of this district, and one of the leading lawyers of Sioux City, died at Bloomington, Illinois, yes terday, aged 56 years. The deceased was well known in this city, and had many friends all over the county. Calumet Family Soap will greatly lessen the drudgery of washday. Try it and be convinced. H. L. Fry. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Jacobs, of Nor folk. are in the city the guests of rela tives and friends. Dr. Colt transacted business pertain ing to the company in Omaha this fore noon. Mrs. M. T. Weston is a guest of On awa friends today. Advertisement. "Money to patent good ideas may be secured by our aid, address The Patent Record, Baltimore, Md. tf James O'Connor and Miss Kate Adams, both residents of this county, were married in Council Bluffs yester day. The two year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Rogers is quite sick Spring is here. Buy your garden seeds, both bulk and package at Gav itt's. Boss McLaughlin and Harlan Crow ell are pursuing the elusive goose in the wilds of Cincinnati Twp., today. Miss Mabel Babbitt arrived in the Valley from Chicago this morning for a few days' visit with relatives and friends here Beware of Ointments for Ca tarrh that Contain Mercury, as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physi cians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Sold by druggists, price 75c a bottle. Hall's Family i'ills are the best. Robert Travis is considerably im proved today. Tomorrow evening occurs the regu lar meeting of the O. E. S. A full at tendance is requested. Fresh eggs, 9 cents per dozen at Gavitt's. The Forty-ninth Iowa regiment have sailed from Havana for home and will be mustered out during the next two months. Miss Mynn Lloyd is confined to her room by an attack of the inflamma tory rheumatism. As soon as the goods arrive, which in all probabilitv will be next week, E Barnett will open a millinery store in the room formerly occupied by Bar netts music store, in the Carpenter building on Erie Btreet. Plenty of fresh butter, eggs, pota toes and all kinds of groceries at Gav itt's, telephone 22. The W. R. C. sewing society will meet with Mrs. Rainbow next Friday afternoon, April 7, and it is very nec essary that they have a good turn out. Newell Van Sickle, of Sioux City, will be the guest of Miss Jessica Pond this evening. We never sold an article that grew in favor as rapidly as "Calumet Family Soap." J. B. Lyon. F. F. Brower, of the Columbian Op tical company, Omaha, left for his borne today after three days very suc cessful work in this city. He will be at J. Brown & Son's again in about, six weeks. Peter Brown Dismissed Among other work accomplished by the grand jury In Logan today, was the dismissal of Peter Brown, who was ar rested election day, charged with il legal voting. After hearing the facts of the case the jury declined to bring in an indictment against him. DaveHearn transacted business in Logan this afternoon. The grand jury this afternoon re turned Indictments against two of the saloons doing business in this city. A Wonderful Cure. For the past seven months our little daughter has been a sufferer from a paralized limb, having lost the entire use of it. We have consulted the best medical authorities in regard to her cure, but none of them could give us any hope, as a last resort we took her to Dr. Donahoo, the Osteopath, and after a careful examination he inform ed us of the nature and cause of the paralysis and informed us that he could cure the child. We placed her in bis charge six weeks ago, and today, after several treatments given by the Dr. on the osteopathy theory, we are glad to say the child is as well as ever and can walk as well as she ever did. This is not a solicited endorsement, but one that comes from onr hearts, as we believe those who are suffering from the same kind of trouble as our little daughter was, can be cured by calling upon Dr. Donahoo, the osteo path. He does not believe in the use of drugs, but believes in the curing diseases by nature's own remedy. Mrs. James McCune departed this afternoon for a week's visit with rela tives and friends in Norfolk. P. E. Robinson today received a telegram from bis sister, Mrs. E. J. Davis, of Winona, Minn., stating that her ten year old daughter dit in that place this morning Shirt waists in all the popular shades at the Leadei James Kelley was a pleasant caller today. He says the farmers are anxiously waiting for spring. Court adjourned today until next Monday out of respect for the death of Mrs. L. R. Bolter. Judge Gaynor was a pleasant caller today. He was on his way home to Sioux City. The report of Mayor James shows that Mo. Valley is in a good financial condition. ttaaqurade Party. Ray and Blanche Warner entertained the Eleventh and Twelfth Grades last evening with a masquerade party. A part of the guests were to represent books and part characters. After the guests had assembled, a list of the books, which were in the library, was given to each one representing a char acter. The characters then went to Ray Warner, the librarian, to obtain a book. They were introduced to the book they wished and each waB to guess who the other one was. This made much mer riment for all present, as some were very hard to guess in their queer and unique costumes. After the books and characters had guessed one another they unmasked. Those present and what each repre sented were as follows: Books. Lottie McGavren, Hard Cash. Ada Briggs, Adam Bede. Rae Miles, Lorna Doone Mable Alstrand, Barbara Frietchie. Ethel Stowe, Rose in Bloom. Grace Williams, The Queen of Hearts. Jessie Clark, Oliver Twist. Ella Fensler, Hypatea. Anna Morrow, Les Miserables. Mollie Burke, Scarlet Letter. Blanche Warner, Samantha Allen at Saratoga. Characters: Josie Harmon, Harriet B. Stowe. Olga Strobehn, Clara Barton. Arthur Middleton, Fredrick Douglas. Manus Burbank, Dewey. Will Harmon. r.yrus Cole, Cicero. Myrtle Harris Lucretia Mott. Grace Hancock, Francis Willard. George Schlauenhauff, Diogenes. Grace Williams, Patti. The remainder of the evening was spent in games and music. At a late hour refreshments were served, after which all departed for their homes feel ing that they all had enjoyed a very so cial and pleasant evening. Resolution Hall of Mo. Valley Fire Department, April 5, 1899: Resolution Adopted: "The members of the Missouri Val ley Fire department respectfully re quest that Messrs. W. Carlisle, Z. T. Noyes and S. S. Ellictt confer with the several merchant? and urge their fur 'her soliciting in the interests of the Firemen's carnival." Markets by Wire. The following market report furnish ed by Mo. Valley Board of Trade, F. J. McGrath, Mgr., Hargens' block, Telephone, 81. CHICAGO, April 6, 1899. OF IMTBBE8T TO 8PC0DLAIOB8. Northwestern receipts today 309 cars against 159 oars for same day last year. Chicago receipts today—Wheat 101 cars, corn 3St cars, oats 13S cars. Puts on Uay wheat sold 71% to at %. Oalln on May wheat sold 73% to 74j. Puts on Uay corn sold 34%. Calls 35. Closing cable wheat steady higher. Corn J^d higher. 8 Opening.. Opening.. 73 WHT M»y Jul XI 00 5 a 5 72 n%... 25% 3 Sugar... Oaa ....j Tobacco C.B. & OM&BtPi C.B.I.4P! 0.4 NW! Mr. and Mrs. J. H, South r-2% 72% TA% CORN Uay July Sept OATS Hay July 35^ 35% 30 35% POBK May July 9 22 9 a -i 5 no 5 43 2U 9 3 -2 9 45 9 22 9 32 LARD Uay Sept 9 25 9 37 5 30 5 42@45 mas Uay Bept 5 30 5 42 4 77 4 no 1 66K 1 2GK 3 34* 1 45 1 28% 1 18% 1 fiO 7!) 80* 48 63 31%! at*! 51 Ki 1 42* 1 GO* 1 27 8 27 N. pfd N oom UP pfdj comj Atch pfd Atch Uaohat. 1 Cl% 1 33 2 24 142* 1 2 1 17 1 58 78J. 51% 4«* 60% 31* I 18* 48* 1 39% 1 02* 1 23% 2 24 1 45^ 1 20'4 1 18% 1 60 1 4:% 1 37* 1 17 1 58 78* 51K 7* 4«* fil 31* 1 20 48% 1 39% 80% 31% 1 26% 51% N.Y. O 1 42* New York, April 6tb, 1899.—An extremely critical, or at leatt a aituation that may be re garded as a teat now exiata in the aecnrtiea market at the stock excchange tbe iharea of several of tbe leading iaauea are now selling at 24 per cent premium, of neceaaity aome calling of loans by tbe banks took place yea terday. Tbeae temporary conditiona affeoting money rates were developed at time wben tbe April diabnrsements bad not yet been folly completed or returned to tbeir normal plaeea of deposit. It may have been significant however that when call loan rates ran np to tbe nelgh borhoon of 16 per cent. J. and W. Beligman & Co., supplied the demand freely causing a fall in quotations to the legal rate. This firm and one other are understood to have been financing the Bnelted combination that transaction hav. ing been one of tbe ephemeral causes for the nooetary flurrv. Tbe liquidation in atocka is brought about by the temporary disturbance in tbe money market is contribntary to finan cial health. With money at 10 to 15 per cent on call the aoundnesa of the Btreet will be thoroughly tested. Holder* of stocks will be called upon by their broken to maintain sub stantial margins and the bank* will dontylew tafe Unit n*«tk bwftttd aiw, THE FINEST LINE OF IN THE CITY AT W. M. CARLISLE'S. YOU MAY NOT NEED ONE AT PRESENT, BUT- Lost, Yesterday, a brown pocket book, containing a sum of money. Finder please leave at this office. Donate a Refrigerator Through the efforts of W. M. Car lisle, among other articles which will be placed on sale at the Firemen's car nival will be a tiue new refrigerator do nated by the Lee-Glass-Andreesen Co., of Omaha. Mr. Carlisle this morning received the following letter in answer to the circular issued by the committee having the carnival in charge and used by the jobbers as appeals to the wholesalers: Omaha, Neb., April 5, 1899—Mr. W. M. Carlisle, Missouri Valley, Iowa— Der Sir: We are just in receipt of yours of the 4th inst., enclosing us an appeal from the mayor and tire chief of your city and contents fully noted. In reply, would say, we are at all times glad to try and help our friends when it is possible for us to do so, and beg to say we are indeed glad to donate one of our challenge Iceberg refrigera tors, which should retail at S20, and have this day shipped you one Challenge Iceberg refrigerator, freight prepaid, which kindly present to the citizens of your city with our compli ments. Very truly yours. Lee-Glass-Andreesen Hdw. Co. J. R. Buchanan, general passenger agent for the Elkhom, and A. Garn er, superintendent of the Adams Ex press company, have gone on a trip through the northwest. They will visit all the points in the Black Hills and will go to Casper, Wyo, the pres ent nortwest terminus of the Elkhorn. They will be absent ten days. Eyes Tested Free Frank Presswell, Opticia.r| and. Jeweler. 5 rH 311 34 35 36 34 35 36)* r, tf 5 30 5 42@45 4 80 4 4 77v i- 4 75 4 !MJ 4 90 WALL, STREET MOVEMENT. Stylish and attractive percales at the Leader. If you have a farm to rent or want to buy one, see Roden & Kirkwook. tf For the Ladies. We have just re ceived the latest things in ladles'col ored collars. Very swell. Come in and see them. The Globe. Ladies' and childrens' underwear at the Leader. Gunther'e candies at Bell's. A fine line of ladies' muslin under wear just received at J. II. .South's. A Card. We, the undersigned, do hereby agree to refund the money on a 50 cent bottle of Greene's Warranted Syrup of Tar if it fails to cure your cough or cold. We also guarantee a 25-cent bottle to prove satisfactory or money refunded. American Lady corsets at Z. T. Noyes'. Exclusive agent for Missouri Valley, Try Bell's caramel cake, it wil melt in your mouth. Call at the Leader and see all the new styles in collarettes. "There is no kodak but the Eastman kodak." Kodaks and supplies. tf J. D. Brown & Son. When you have a farm for sale see Roden & Kirkwood. If you want to see some real, sure enough bargains, just gaze into the window of The Globe, then if the samples suit you or not NEW WALL PAPER CENTS ROLL UP G. P. Shiley & Oo. dwmI9, '99. S. S. Elliott. Boden & Kirkwood for real es tate. tf To All Whom It May Conckkn:— I would be pleased to make you some very interesting prices on paint mater ial and wall paper. G. S. Osuorne. Latest spring conceptions in all ines at Sooth's. A fine line of toilet soaps at Z. Hojrw, Btep Wall Paper! Wc winh to rail jour Attention to the fact that we havo a larger and bettor an* sorted line thin year than usual. We do i** pot buy our line exclusively from one fac tory, and are therefore enabled to have tho choice thing* from a number of faotoriea. We have paper all tho way from 5c a roll ap. Before buying call and aee ua. in and you will see a room chuck full of bar gains. Magazine Cyclone Cameras that carry 12 plates for S3.«0 at OSBORNE'S Drug Store. Bell's Ice Cream is a necessity at your party Boden & Kirkwood, real estate. tf Fred Douglas serves the finest short order meals in the city. American Lady Corsets at J. H. South's. Now that's something like it! Is the exclamation of the man when be gets on the hat and suit he bought at The Globe. Take your prescriptions to the Cen tral Drug store next to P. O. Try Celery and Iron Cordial for a spring tonic. SI 00 at tf J. D. Brown & Son's. South's stock of dreBB goods is large and comprises all that is de sired in stylish and good looking materials. Parties wanting good board or desirable furnished rooms inquire of Mrs. M. E. Oviatt, in Mason property on upper Sixth street, a 8. Its a fact that some of the patterns are "loud enough to talk," but they are stylish,'you know, so we must have them. At the same time I am show iug some nice combinations in cheap and good, which are of milder tone and at the s:ime time rich looking and are up-to-date in every respect. We were all told that wall paper would be very iiigh this season, but by buying early and taking off a large discount for 3ash are iicu^aiuiiSSiil:ciibcSinTenllc:^!flliiiiioiiitLNstiliurjtslvlxf-- SPRINGlis 1 enabled to quote prices es pecially on medium and good goods which are no higher than last year and the quality is much better. S. S. ELLIOTT. now with us and everyone begins to look around for ltoden & Kirkwood always have bargains in real estate on band, tf Another lot of ladies' colored collars. NEW PATTEKNS aud DESIGNS, just re ceived at The Globe. To CIOBO out colored collars, 5 cents each at Carlisle's. A new line of plain and fancy sta tionary at tf J.D. ISrown & Son's. Have you seen the Knox & Dunlap hats at Carliele'B. A watch FitEE with every suit of $10.00 or more at The Globe. New line of dress goods just receiv ed at J. II. South's. For Kent. Small dwelling, well located. tf W Carlisle. Wall paper, kalsomine, paint glass, etc., furnished at the lowest prices and quality guaranteed at Osborno's. In colored dress goods the Leader shows a line without exception tbe best ever shown in Missouri Valley Our news stand always contains tho latest periodicals. tf J. d. Brown St Sod IE CLAIM IT PUIS OS IT PATS YOU O to the purchasing of your many little household articles will be the means of saving a number of dollars in the course of the year. IF YOB GIVE US to sell the goods we have at LESS PRICE than our competitors. TO DEAL SQUARELY aud represent our goods just as they are. To Buy Whore This Is Done. an opportunity we will make you one of our Regular Customers COME IN AND SEE LS. Cash Bazar JUST A WORD O. W. KEIaXiOOO ITTOBNEV if Lilt. Office over Abe llachrach's store. MIBSOUJtl VALLEY, IOWA Practice in Staf« "*nd Federal Courts Prompt attentlor -iven to collection dwmy21 YOU ARE PROBABLY GOINIi TO Bl'Y A NEW SUIT OF CLOTHES TO-DAY. GO TO ANY OF THE OTHER 4 STOltKS YOU I'LEASE. AND SCAN TI1E1R CLOTHING AND I'lilCES CLOSELY. BEFORE YOU MAKE IT YOUR MINI) REQUEST THAT YOU DROP IN HERE AND LET US SHOW YOU THESE $5, $7.50, $10, $12.50 AND $15 SUITS. $ It' OURS ARE NOT MORE STYLISH, OK BETTER QUAL ITY, AND BETTER WORKMANSHIP FOR THIS MONEY THAN ANY YOU CAN FIND ELSEWHERE WE WILL MAKE YOU A PRESENT OF A SUIT. B. W. CARLISLE, One Price Clothier. Your money back IF you wish it. J. A. YOST, Auctioneer of line stock and mixe farm sales. Breeder Polan China Hogs. Write for dates and terms. Little Sioux, Iowa. pfTryTTTTrrrnr^TTO'ToxirQ 111 Tbo high quality of our will convince the mont exact ing buyer. Wo are too buny to rim clown our rival**. Our iitnro in a wonderland, but our advortiaemcntft arc not PAlLtV TALKS. Advurtiflcd low prices without the mipporting crutchen of Rtyle and quality are meuuiii^lcsH. We want to prove to you (and wo (JAN DO IT) that wc will nave y«m from $1 to on a nail of clothe* and you will profit and bo plcaHcd «nrl wo will bo pleased and profit. Wc hnvo tho lar^cHt and best aAHortuicot of men'H. youtb'n and children's clothing ever Hhown in the city. YOU to be tho judRO of values and priecH. and an nn extra inducement to make our Rpring bunincnK a record brcakor wo will j»ive GOOD WATCH FREE with every suit of $10 or over. Fulfilled pronuRes means ftatisfieri cuntomem. Hatisticd cuBtoinem are responsible fur our magnificent anccoiw. Wo liavo harvested uurHpringcrop of bargains in clothing, bats, caps, nhirta, underwear, and neckwear. Full, nhe, plump bargains that now await tho consumer at THE GLOBE CLOTHING COMPANY. La juuuum jlojuuijulo..OJIJUUI SU THE LEADER. Leads in Dry Goods. THIS WEEK WE HAYE MANY GREAT BARGAINS IN SPRING WEAR CALL AND SEE OUR NICE LINE OF Silk Waists, Moirette Skirts, Silk Crepons, Plaid Silks, Kid Gloves, Lace Ties, Silk Stock Collars, Shirred Ribbons, ol 1 Fancy Ribbons, Handkerchiefs and many other Novelties. |1 PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST. The Leader, K. M. Polan, Props.