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January 12, 1895

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PROGRESS-REVIEW. YOL. XXV.--No 3 .A. POFTE 'JIIY, IOWA, SATUBD A T. J*XOAJU 12, 1895 DB, A. U- EVAHTS, PHYSICIAN AN'U SjURUEON, Office la Atarshnll building ovrrtLnnllu, TC~a| oner t Co ^ DR. G. W. FISHEP HOMEOPATillST Residence CDS Main birtet Oltlce oYer b tun ton s stcre La Porte Oltj, la J. C GRAHAM, PHYSICIAN AN1 SURGEON Office two Uoore east ol opera house La J'orte Clt), Iowa DR. I- S. MAHAIM. Dentil Fitlora over Dr J C Gmh:un n offlio La Porto City Ion a GEO W. TOMPKIN, ATTOKNIA AT L.4.W La Forte City Iowa omce o\n rirM iVailoiml Bank Collections made pipers dTwu and a general Ieg4l busnieys c^re fully and promptly jtteoded to P. L. HAYZLETT ATTORNEY AND COTJSKLOH /una Heil Eataie Abstracts In*)ur-ince Md collecilona Office o\er Courirlgbtb jleataurant l^a Porte Clt-i Iowa 43 SHERMAN T WEARS, ATTOKM.Y AT L A W xmvej-mcing, Insurance and Collection 1 * Office opposite byndlite Block CATO SELLS, Al r rOBEY VIN1ON" IOUA practice In both State aud federal Courts Will attend to laiftniulnesu ot all Kinds, In rinding Uie settlement ole^Lnt«sln 111 ick Hawk as-nellas Beaton Co courti u-io JOHN T. DOWDING. ClsWm work iud Plastering in -ill of lie bn: :fiw given special attention Estlm 114.3 chce fully furnished upon triplication The SJ.oO PEK TEAR BY E. DUKE NAVEN. Enttrral it Iho post ufflLo at I,.! Torlo City OJ accord ciw,i matter SUBSCRIPTION' »l TO V ^ EAK rilslnR raws, furnished upon application lilt Cedar 1'jlla. ' Daily cdbhed in us chips, this week -Editor Grames goes to Toledo, H- d lie vi II it, sue a daily paper in both 1'olLdo ,md f a m a 11 he cin't make i better ]A per than tie did u Cedar Falls he vwll be looking fo another new loc?uou T. H. HOLLAND, 1ENEBAL AND L.IVI, STOCK ADCTIO. Eh.lt Bills made out and Jll neiessary Indirniiilo Siven. Satisfaction pnraat;eU Term teawinable Address La Porto City Iowa J. R. TERRY. LICEJ.SfcI AUCTION1IE11. M|II jlteml [o .ill Bales In this mid ailjolnm counties Terms rcusoti^blc CXmtraci iLilcj BUI! bills, nlade out free ol charge u application al. ike HBOiainu omce a W HAIZLETT C F Hoixit HAYZLETT HOLCK, H£AL E5T\TE A N D IJ.3rjnANCK AGifCl luniuice written for lire lightning wlut siorm and tornadoci licit of compinle represented a 17 93 RlTTER GREENE. CONTIIAGTORS AND BblLDERS Latent styles of Architecture I'lan^ n ··t'E-tc.. 'cralvhed II CITY, IOWA A. L. DAY. bPICJl'lCATIO^'^ A SPtOIAL La Porte City, BU1I AMI Io»a CHURCH-SOCIETY DIRECTORY JJETHOIHSl EP1SCOHAU SutvloeB Sua- W oiomlDii it i) o'clock a m SaMjutli gwl ImBtdlaie'y alter morolqn serfices. _,, "undiT o^enidK at 7 o clock Prayer ·im*«crj WMnesdiyy evcdlnn KET R VV COATJtj Pmuir atrvlMi SnnU«y morn!k. Sabbath School Imraodliitely uit ·""«« SBlTlc«« bunilfty DTOO ««V.2 1c " lck *"«7« mwilDK and l*ctaro ·*""*'»/ "miog. BKT. S i, KOOK«, P.i 11 itb School at lundnj amnlng »t 7 · clock H*7. M Kuoll Faaur "abbaiu scliopl Siiud y meet "" t ' V1 Itev E F MFLL ig i RlT M F everj third p»s.or o 1« K of P , mwu ««nlng at their hall In tlie MI sop m A cordial wel M n, all ilHTEHfl -- Irlii Temple aTSt '"' First and Third Friday ,, S?*' 1 month at, Caatla Hall, Natola "'grdefyJ?? K W P ^ tailing members ««» If MV"«o r "weiconiea MIS* Mildred E C °'«.ana s , MIBS Jessie Moow, A F i A M , mcew on C T . - , mce ·* W»i£.!l; n S 1 B °» or before fnll moon ilVflr «°n,S«t A N relton, W M s , meita -- -- v . MU .4JWU AlrB Al Ij . Join Wattenum, Secretary A KM'oui is current that Lx i!o\ Larrabte 13 ambitious, Lo succe»d or Allison It this prov.s to be correct v,t may look for an interesting ight, in w h i c h LariMbee w ill probably be worsted I.ltcrnr} -Nolci Girls who like t o i e a d a b o n t marn.ige iud what girl does n o t J should l.nj i copy ol the (ami irv L idles Home J o u r n a l and redd the excel lent mar nage article \vhich Mrs liurtou liar ruon has u n t t e n under the tiile ol 'Heigh IIo' lor a husband " Mn Hirnson does not resort to trite re marks bhe 1° Iresh and vigorous in her opinions Eugene Field is not less interesting in his charming n a m m e of "Ine \Voman Who Most Inlluenced Me.' while Lcl .ard Bellamj in his otui « d . u l i r i l , he belli-is 3hnstm,i3 in the learSOOO w i l l be like John Keudnck Jiangs, is delii ·oualy j u n u j in M ling of a uom.m' attempt to smoke a cig^r Other ar tides there are--some twenty odil of them--all nood ,tnd WISM, making this issue of the Journal ene of the evenlj interesting which the editors hitve made. Co roaga/ine is certainly better north itB price or ten cents The Curtis Publishing Cy , ot 1'hil idel issue it. Town Topics for ]an A commences the publication ol an exceptionally in terestmp series ol portraits in colors which will be exact reproductions of handsome water color Bkftches m a d e from life The portraits \ u l l b p r e p resentative of the most d i s t i n g u i s h e d types" of American citi/eus, und will form a collection worthy of preservation The origiiulity uf tun artist's work and the unusual fidelity of the reproductions can h a r d l y fail to dur- prise and dclighl people t h a t h a v e be come weaned of finding Convention ar'pictures" in the periodicals of the da The ntw portraits in Town Topes will be striking, u n i q u e and beau t i f u l Meets on flrsi and month. j no McQoukln, Bee J*« ii JL,. 1 *- Thompson Pom, jfo ^ blTa M"04»1 of Con " n »'"ler. R- J 187 · A.C- Th Uellumy on Ilumun l.ovi- Teius Christ did not come to teach any ueu or special doctnnr Ha to the a m i l j rel ition nor yet to lay fre^h irnphaais on the old one writes Jjd- \ a r d Hrll.iuiy in the J a n u a r y "Ladies' Home Journal There wag no nred Ue should. Xnture tuught rnea o love her childrea Christ cnrae not o preach Lhe love uf kindred but of Immunity, He came not. to teach men o love the children of their own odles, but tliecluMtcn of Clod's spirit, heir brothers by virtue of the breath n trie one Father in their nostrils, heir fellow men So far w a s Cbrlsi rom seeking to lay an ailck-cl emphasis n the duty of family devotion that gain and again by example and b} reccpt He warns us not to permit he ties of the leaser tatnil) to luter- ere with oui duty and devotion to he greater family of m a n k i n d That en tie reminder of the boy to the oting mother its to the superior im ortan;e of the great father's Imsmess ven to a mother's ciairn gave the o t e o t a i l His subsequent teachings n thia matter Always Christ T:IS eekmg to call men out of the narrow aradjse of Heldsli loves and inU'reats, nd make them lealire the larger ties nd greater duties that were thcira as | son*;, not of men, but of man. as brothers, not of this man or that man, Out of all mew Whr.t perversion of the meaning of Christmas could then be more curiously complete than the consecration of ibis day to a family feaat witb curtain* drawn against the world without? There hanzf upon ray study wall a picture--aX of an old print of the ulnewetr *y--represonttBg Jut aucb r 1 ' «n CbrUtmM Day, iot being cloaely d r a w n pmiut to lie seer, tr.o bept'ar c h i l d n n w Hli »?aiint «ind p i l l i u lnct»s sUindini; mtlioui co\ei(»d u i i h the fallinir bnow is tin i pet-i m \ i n l i IOHR- irifj h n n g r ) e\us. it ihi leslu il li is a p i c t u i t 'hat tells the \ \ l m l e ^torj uid trpilim tl\i" ,is^ LIVELY FIGHT WITH A SHARK. TriTjuiB ExprrUnci M I L h K by n 51 ID Who W lu riitlnc. l William JInllcr in attorney of .Dem. BOD, Tct , Iud nn c.\pcriciico with a mn eating shaik it Hockport In tho gnlf "I hirtJ .i Miiall sailboat," $md Mr Mullcr in reljting his nupleas-int Bspeneiicc, "and wns out some distance from land vrheii I Waited my hook nnd cast It onL I used a ncv. clothsslma 100 to 1BO feet long for n cord, nnd the hook Was quite large, probablj s,ix to seven Inches lous "I felt u jerk, and in an instant the line was under the bo it's milder I asked the boatman to icitrse tho sail in order tb it tho luio could he cleared I (VOi oblivions to nil except the big fish, Atiu m tlio liooni s\\ T.uiij' uroiiLid it cvintfht mo on the bicL bet\\ieii the f-houlders. I wa^ tumbled o^cibuirtl held foremoet lu tho 11 a tor, souio 40 to )0 feet deep As I struck the «utci the ii^h that I had | caught, u man Patina ^-liark, Ijid hold of tho cjlf of my right leg The piiii ·BIS fi arful, uid I felt mjst-lf jerked | rapidly dowu toward tho bottom of the ·en. | ' In my fill I did not rolai my hnlrl | on trio hue md as hoori .is I icalized my position 1 I.LCW that m j hfo depended ' on mv ability to hold on to the The M.nj;f;lo I kucm i\as uot to me it sctuicd like jn ,i e c Tho cord wan fa-itoncd to -\ be uu in the boat, and lucb h\ inch I frmntd on ujy ant igcni'it, ·nd ui toon a^ I .ippeaicdon thcsarfice ' tho bo itin-ui c-imo to my i-M-f mcc The aharjt rctunnd i(s ^np on 1111 lt n ' rjlilil i my body ^\ is I'uuii h n i «i r'ie water, andoTou then it i 1 , t f.-o until tho boatin 11 kiiocki i i t , uitli .in o ir When ] ^ as Bifcly on the nmile, liou ev«r, wa pulled lor the tlDie, .md is m hook \\i^ eociiTcly f i^tened in tho mouth of the shirk no li mblo wis 01 penonccd in 1 indiii^ the I h It between D and G feet long "--Clu Post. ^ l i o M i o u l i l ( . o 1 In ill LU i* ln li 11 n, n, \ l «lllici\ il k isl _T jwi I-II i' . l M M \ i - si u 1 I l l l l t ' l i s J I H I s l L l I l l l I I I U I l l l l l l l l U l l l U L s l U l t I J ' l J u i s I 111 H )l I. ll 111,, ml I f I I s 111 n u n n h i m i l s i - m i l l f i r nor li i i 1111 hi li I-, in. tv |ij in, i n ·.h Jill I s || mil i u u l i i l m Ins l u i simiJi i|i u hi L in p u u h i 1 i.i)li nil u l i f I in 1 in 1 li ,ri f r in K h i l k III ill u l i ll is i 11 ll | l i , In I I M l i i i , s [ i i ] r 'l |H r inn mi 'or i null i l i 11 1 1 1 K l i u l l | ,|L 111 I L l l l l T j r . - la In I M i l 10 s. uii.h mil il p s, 111 111 1 If H V I II rk In ir i i l ji ui l u l l . - u J i 1U 1 1|L 1 O I 1 I L l l o l l I 1 "-. 1 111) It 1 U *K tilsl, i i ill bl f I i I M U n, en h I I L I iu\ in i l i h -n..u] l in nf Ji liii. L, t II i i t i l I t III II Illl K ' r ll m I I I XI U I I l l l l 111 l i n t s l l l ) l . u ·s \^ I I P ^ l i u i l l i l N i » l in 11 lu ix]) L h l , i i i d 1 in I I i Uu inirl I » l i l i M m i i n i d , mid i lili.li si n i ' i - M -lu il M 11-, |MI u i I i l l In \i -· i l n i l l l l I \ I l l l l I l l i l l N f . 1 M , I I I J - I 1 , I I U 1 l l l ^ s \, ll I m i l l \Mi h l in . s i l l , il I U i ,[ h | , i cord, j i long, tnc L 111, I II ^l o r i u \ i i ' o n I ,, I \\\ 1 1 1 . s 1 ll - U i I 1 \i«.i i- ^ i l l l i i i l u l i s s o t i ],li i i l i o r r l i i t ( . ] l l i . i i i i ( l i t Ji l r.ur[Ms^i J I \ in lii DM \ \ u r l i l V v I )l il 11 if Ui, 1 n Mi ul 1 I \ i l l I I I ' l l L O f I I I * ^ 1IL1 a s i l l I l l l r . I K l i U i » r \ leu r u lun a I M I H O I i l e u l o r M i l L 1.1, of n r l i i i h i i l l i u oil , line T " I M i l I I I I l l l I J I I J ^ l l i n n ui I llun «.l ' v o ~ -, ,11 u 111,1 J i l l )1R M ( l l | L K I ll Ml e 1 111 It l i l t 1 Lit O f K l l l l l l I H l l l I I l l l l l l l l I K r l l l j l l W I 111 Uf I I I l [ | . HII M Hi fl l liu inl i l l i i l i i K lln lliiii |L , n| 1 "i il i j llkli Ii i i · til n Mm I -I . il! « n uf tin n n i u i i i 1 1 i is in Hi s ii 1 1 1 1 nis | H I U l\ i \ » i j ii \ i l l n i in i' ' Ht IIU ,,, "i u,!J ei-, MII i ii» UILHI li, j[ J, » \^ «-,« '-» 1 lih 1 lln ' '" ' '' 1 t i i n s i , 11 f r o i i i i l u l'ii..t HV-, *»!» lu in 1 SAYS HE WAS HYPNOTIZED , Clhlini Odd DefrDrii; ^laili hj i llllll. « bf '"·· r Tliuli H i m I n pi»i Harris ^\onno\% a MUII, ; jcwelrr, domg businr.-) on f-ii mil stteet nc 1 ir Grah 1111 amino, «!i \ i- UTislod (in an order issued hj lud^i Van Djck in the city m i t in i in in i i in \ v i t h in nc tion for brt ich ol i nii-c brought bj ilia.i Sopoic Guudni i a jii'ikllo igcl cpnihtcr ^ h o l l i e s n I S LX fiiicot J\eu York \\ is rclcisul im i m v ' 000 bond through tho effoils ol Ins c iiniFol Tin c.iso IH ono ol romantic mto-icst. and ' V n r o i i i m ' B in MIJ f i i i n i K w i l l n id it with astonishment In hei nllld.iMt Ills'] Goodm in i cvs she iner tho yoath fnl jewcJir in M iy IS'j^ m New York and lluit rln iC(|iniiit HIM ripened qnicklyaud u i a l u d iiinmtual lovo nnd atlachincnt t h n t ho continually ox pressed Ins IUM for her aud promised to make lur hit wife Tho plaintiff claims tho jcucleru is in thohubitof dnnkuif to hn prospective bnd Miss Goodman ea t*. » l t e d n r c a BOH iblu lime for Woro^v to keep his proiiJisu nnd marry her, aud then she learned to her dihiiuj that ho was m love with another girl w h o was eaid to be yonng, hjiidhouic nnd ^oalthy WoroiiOfl met the yoniu'r piri while on ui extended trip and M m -mittL'ii at OUCQ nud pio]Kisud m irri igc Fmnlly, Jlisa Goodm in E U H , Worw now told her of his Icnc foi (In otlii?i girl and «eut h c r u l r r d r in u h x l i IK laia "Do uot trouble j"UrM_if nin fin thcr about tn. I ivill n i m I -h ill m i marry jon nndcr nn t i n HI i-l mei s 1' you persist, howc^ «r. i n ilm luiing le arrest me, I will ^cll ui in l i i - n i and leave w i t h mj ol I ^ v \ * » he irl an I fly from the PMK w h i n n n l u r u u nor any court v i uld do me uiji r^ ^ 1 1 hod better t-cck moll r In 'mid a i d tron^ilo inn no riirt ( ir I i l l v I ' l l h ' r \r rnnch H\xccter tu mi 111 m ^ i l n ^ n n Thin u my fluj) .ui-v. r Jtls.1 Goodm ui ' Sl i\h h'r v l i d l r f i i l n r t U blighted bccauo sjir u n kuciwii everywhere as Woronow '» I utnro brido Tho young jeweler P I J S tint when the case comes up for Inal thfcro will bo eomo spicy dctaiK II u declares that ho was hypnotized by tho Bpmutcr, and that under her mesmeric Influence ho ·was led to propose rmrriage while all fha while he loved another but Bwectei girL Ho Hays he thinks she got him to propose polely to gain rwisesaion of A certain wedding niiR whicb she saw in his shrrw ·window --Brooklyn Cituen. Jmt Ihte OHOB. Corporal Piton ftrroliixi for Irumi of absence. "On what grounds?" inquired the oolaneL "IhaT8 jnat lost my mother,colonel" "Allnght, Bn«renoTndanabJeBl Leave granted, but sea tlil« doom'* happen I"--Cnamari. i-i In IIIL p i ) rn IIKI u i i i i r l k l d s u " i l l | i i l l l . l i n l i» pi i l i i c j l i l i l n r l N i m i n i Oui I M il, s i r l i i l l j i i ' th ( . i i u i i r , |s f i ( ii I H I H O I I I I l i n e si If i l l in n l i l l [ ij Int. i m r u u u i x i i nw J l i l li(jt l l l i i n ir I r i i - r irU ml Ui ul i K t u l l n u h t n l i u i r i L I i s i h r n u h b 0111 «n 11 IIILI mil l-l liinillL, Uu w i n I., i i r i l i is MM II [I u l i l l n l i i 4 I l l l I l l l l Is L a l l 11.1 |l | U|J u 1 M 1 | ^ I'll m run n u i tin il in u[ LI i i i M i\ i i i r s i m s mil [i i i u si u i rr ni I i I orn Clij in I uli i i i . i i l u j i i k l i i i vim M i l l linini J u - i i i l i i n ll ii.li. s .n l in n m Jin \i in l i i tt i n k I K \ L in i k n IHMIII f ir r ill i u i k . "!"··· U K A V I 1 S ST V T I M V t o m l l l l n n of U n l i i i i S l u m H u n k lr ·! UlKlor tliL liLiin nf luivn In nil i 1 nrlit Cm in I I I A i im nly , if llhi, li I I H l l l l HH I,II H i , j | M l I rill I I l l l l l l l 1 i H n li i l r , ll hy lu IV II nrk HI ( I n rl (lu/ ul I I . ( , \ I) tho Auillliir ol Sim, Ainoimion Ills bonds U r ijdtuc' H it do i« coiinit J or i i i r t i i i s i i illi ( \\m i\bj ih ]· in) fl I ' "I) H l i l u u J l t i m il ih In l n m i n i l ' ul irl\ H i s rll [oJIUMn ) J t.ouu (f irnc 1 lusl 1 ; ' I' ist iliii. (i irrliyl linl I ill, K tu K. ir i U J 1 H I I i s 1MSU D t s r i l l l l i u As KOI I OU ^ M i . r uli] i.i Id iiiil ^ il I u i l i r iinlii ul 1 1 i l l i i c i t ' i m I i i i h ' l i l l ir li r i T l H u i i si I Mil l i i l l l i H ' I I ll 111 1 IIJJ l u l l It in lit l l l u e v r SI I I I ! 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C.«;.l r mil I! b i,i*iitoD A \\ jlke'of ih lianU above Jo noli n»nl iw r ill it IJit. trrtHolT. Tiit'iii H tu|] iru in i i o n r d l o t h ' I n ^_ imil b I i f ih 11 ihe isw n 1 tforih in iwiii' li ilii ]wpiriyo'M'.,_ ,, lu lit corp'jrn t i' li ^nj Ui n. no pir.. of ihf ^Jiui t i n l x n J'Mii.il or idi.ui'j.l t o * i l d U ml. 'or ih |iur,K^i of ix-lnt, .-xlilwuMi w t [Kirllon of Its lc ,rt i (, \\ HAY/IITT 1'r.n'Ji-nl II S '-nnlon Subscribe'! jnd morn toLwforr jnc b O W Hay71fllt A. VHD ViilKcubur^, U b 8tuutuu an . ( ' ^ T .A- ^alkcr thin 7th day ot Ian. g HI H t o f o there Notary Public AUtbeUlkin tbc world will not convince you BO quickly as one trial of De "Witt's Witch llazel Salve for Scald*, burns, bruises, ikln aBections andpllea. Blanchmne A McGaberan. Dr. Prlca** Cram Baktef Powder The best to be had in La Porte. Everything strictly First-Class. Stock lpt Fresh and Clean. Good Goods at Reasonable Prices at the P. 0. Grocery Store. J. MILLER, .Proprietor. TiiS. D | Ins borne nice t tm m toiie features all its own. It will p.iy you to mvostig.ite b)7e B R A U M Q L L E R Hard Times Prices is what we advertise. nil u)mrmiiiiuili»iit In The Bomen JVIasie Jloase, General flgents TRAER, IOWA. S. A. PAIGfE At The SYNDICATE BLOCK STORE SELLS Soots sm.d_ A Full Line of Winter Goods on Hand. C Pay the Highest Market Price for Butter and Eggs. _fo r City Customers. OJatehes, Clocks, Jeuaelfry and AT REDUCED PRICES. CLEANING AND REPAIRING WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY A SPECIALTY. WORK GUARANTEED. WSPAPiRI

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