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Steamboat Rock Echo (Newspaper) - May 13, 1898, Steamboat Rock, Iowa f VOLUME DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE AND OF THE PEOPLE OF STEAMBOAT ROOK AND STEAMBOAT MAY NUMBER THE HE BLOWETH NOT HIS OWN VERILY HIS HORN SHALL NOT BE EDITED BY SPECIAL Will Hartmans bally is very DIRECTORY TOWNSHIP T Justice of Peace Justice of the Peace LA Jaspers Henry 9 W Turner F H Hoover 5 8 Sternes went to Mason Miss Harriet Seabury is the guest of friends Swyter was the here this guest of friends Henry Jackson went to Marshall constable Constable Assessor Clerk TOWN Carpenter ank S Marks E H Turner C Cable OK J president 1 Ish miner i Mies B 3eo J S Boot I H Turner 1 Malls south north south north Mayor Council I Assessor Treasurer Marshall Directors Secretary Treasurer a m i m p m p lit I STEAMBOAT preaching services every every Sunday evening at 7 Fred Minnie Hartwell is visiting rel atives in this Fannon and of Eldora were in town baby has been very but is much Miss Dora of is teaching the East Bend Will Hecker and of were canvassing here Carl Barnard of spent Satur day with Gearhart and and of drove up Sunday and attended meeting Gearhart and family drove to Eldora to visit rela Turner came down from Saturday to visit her Otto has moved into the house vacated by Sam DeHaan and CARLOS POEMS HIS Spanish Pretender Slates General Weyler For NEW de la Oos American representative of Don left New York night to join his leader in Before going Senor Costina said that his departure was due to a summons from Don Carlos and that all the other American had already or about to to assist Don Carlos in his next effort to regain his He said Don Car los is already forming his and although the list is not yet I can safely say that at least two of the ministers have been decided The Marquis of is to be president of the council and General Weyler com of the Flotilla May Attack NEW May Selinski says of the situation created by the return of the Spanish fleet to Cadiz If the report is it would appear to indicate that it is the intention of Spain to practically abandon Cuba and with the hope of recovering and holding the Philippine They would in that case send this with to the Philippine is lands via the Suez Without any possibility of Dewey receiving any not able except the Charles ton and some land the Spanish fleet would be much superior to the United States fleet at No other reinforcements are It would seem that the being hopeless of success in American are reaching out for the only direction in which they can force a Irvie Wilson went to Satur Bern Wickham has a peach tree full of Ed Cross was shopping at Iowa and wife visited at McCormack preached Sunday evening to a crowded Wilson was transacting busi ness in Iowa Joe Huse was on the sick list but is some better Miss Mabel of visited her the first of the The Aid society at was well The proceeds of the supper were Arthur Doud and family and George Cross and of Jackson visited at the home of Sun GRAIN AND CO AL i 2 BLOODED STOCK de pastor F Ol OF TDK Harry banker of visit ed with her parents here a few days last Miss Estella Hartman went to El where she will do sewing this Miss Estella returned home from her visit with relatives in Illinois last Meridith and Miss Maggie El liott are visiting relatives and friends at The school board met last week and reelected the same instructors for the next year of From now on the postoffice will be open Sundays from 12 to 1 oclock and mail will come in on Quite a number of young folks from and vicinity attended services at the church here Sunday even Rossiter and two children started for Saturday where she will visit her parents and other relatives tor a short A concert will be given in the Saturday May un der the auspices of the Epworth Everybody Insurgents Ordered to Obey HONG May Philip pine rebel General has issued a proclamation to the insurg ents of Manila to obey the orders of Dewey and United States Consul Wil Killing still goes on in the out lying districts where the natives are re venging themselves on the priests and local Spanish officials in spite of the proclamation of Wealthy Philippine families who are leaving Hong Kong for Manila daily appear be fore Consul here and ask to be allowed to take the oath of allegiance to the United The powerful Cortes family insisted on having their prayer for citizenship telegraphed to President and offered their places in Manila for the tion of American Miss Julia visited the Misses Rob and Jesse Johns were at Iowa Elias of Iowa visited his brother Frank of spent Sunday with his mother Misses May and Kate Zollar attended quarterly meeting at Robertson last The will give a sociable at the home of and Fouts this County Missionary a very interesting sermon here Sunday Boyer seems to make quite fre quent visits about half a mile east of That is all Will fit you out with the best harness for as little money as any dealer in the Repairing neatly and promptly done while you HERM SHORT NEWS Hillman and wife visited friends in town I Myers sold his horse Monday to a man from Consideration IOWA take effect on and niter May TRAINS GOING NORTH passenger Bo f re passenger TRAINS GOING a m pm a m a m p m frt o 8l34 II Ul Misses Gertrude and Orpha Gearhart were very pleasantly surprised Friday evening by a large number of their young friends coming in to spend the evening with There will be a sunrise prayer meet ing at the church next Sunday May the anniversary of the Epworth Everyone is in to attend and help make the meeting of benefit to Edna Wat lunch counter in Baptist May 16 to The Nickel Plate Road is authorized sell tickets to and at one fare and onethird for the round on account Tickets good on any lot our through express trains leaving from the Van Huren street at Vestibuled sleeping cars dining car Colored f porters in charge of the day will save time and money by the Nickle Plate fFor further information call on or ad General 111 I Adams Independent Workmen lOught to take the Chicago Great West I era rail way en route to Waterloo for biennial meeting of the grand May 17 to Low rate of a fare onethird for the round on Suspicious It has long been a problem with so to discover a reason for per sons throwing to the public golden ad vice instead of keeping their good things to themselves and profiting therefrom The real motive is evidently at is the conclusion to be drawn from an an now being made at his own expense by a sporting prophet which runs Exceptional Advertiser closely connected with leading turf per having acquired great will act philanthropically to less fortu nate sportsmen by sending during present some specially reserved Stamped envelopes to charity stops stamp for reply otherwise his altruism is pos London Heavy Cannonading ST May can was heard last night off to ward the Porto coast where the United States cruiser Yale was last It is regarded as possible that it was an engagement between the Yale and the Spanish cruiser Isabella II and an unknown four masted Spanish ves sel which was sighted ihe Norwegian steamer GyHer has passed here bound for Galveston from San Porto for Spanish Revolution In Italy May correspondents in Rome of the newspapers of this city all affirm a revolution in Italy is immi nent and that the popular rising throughout the country will not long be The news causes great sat where a republican Italy is regarded as the natural friend ol France and as an enemy of the drei Germany to Signify Her May story is pub here to the effect that Germany is preparing to signify her disapprova of a lasting occupation of the 1 hilip pine islands by the United The German consul at Manila is said to havn been instructed to make representation to Rear Admiral Dewey differing materially from those of the othe powers There is of a good fruit in if the unavoidable does not who has been working in Wright returned home Sat rday Searle returned to Tues after a few days visit with his amily at Miss Eva Gardner received severe in uries to the left Friday while endeavoring to alight from a Miles Will Start For Tampa May final sion has been reached that Genera Miles and his staff will leave tomorrow night for preparatory to Cuba Dewey Made a May George Dewey has been made a rear ad TELEGRAMS Cuttine Down Old It is surprising to note the number of wheelmen that are having or have had their old wheels out down this season instead of buying those of this So much is this practice being carried on that those employed at that kind of work are enjoying a very profitable It is claimed that for less than the difference in price of this and last years models old wheels can be out redesigned and and made with all the up to date improve NewYork Whenever Queen Victoria goes Bhe always has a couple of fire sent out in advance aud fitted up in the house she is to reside A remarkable eel has been discovered the Fiji It has n peculiar in tne formation in its throat which to whistle when in an excited ar I to the prolonged drouth throughout California the outlook for the wheat crop there is a decidedly gloomy All of the western roads have decided that they will charge 1 cent per mile for the transportation of troops to and from the Fred Greene of Toledo fought Kid Kid McCoys 25 rounds night before about 300 people at Honors were evenly di When the sixth trial of the famous Hillmon insurance case was called Mon at Williams of the federal court postponed the same until In an attempt to arrest Joseph Ben nett at Chief of Police Cunningham was shot and Ben nett was intoxicated and was riding a bicycle and firing his revolver at every one he f The May returns to the statistician ol the department of agriculture show the acreage in winter wheat to be per cent greater thau the acreage last comparison not with the acre age harvested ill but with that gown in the fall of Supreme Council of Royal Arcanum Will hold a meeting in May 18 to for which the Nickel late Road is authorized to sell tickets at one fare and onethird for the round trip on certificate Vestibuled sleeping cars and day coaches are in charge of colored Rates lower than via other Three through trains from the Van Buren street passenger For de tailed information call on or address 211 Adams i The capital of the nation has been selected for the annual convention of the Teachers association Thousands will attend this great meet which will be h M July 7 to For full information regarding best route to points of interest at the hotel address Cedar Cheap On May June 7 and the Northwestern Line will sell home excursion with favor able Lime limits to points in the west and south at exceptionally low For tickets and full information apply to agents Chicago Northwestern rail Fields Joke on at a Sophomores of the Civil Francis Wilson has written some rem of Eugene In one he tells bow as a followed on a political campaign through was late at a and the audience was be coming It was suggested that Field make the introductory Field puffed out his and assuming a manner and a strong German ac cent addressed the meeting as follows LADIES AND have such a colt dot I cannot me a to but I haf die Measure of to introduce to yon ny who will m my With this was present it is in no very pleasant frame of The explanation which fol caused uproarious One Jan but marvel nt Fields for lie was wholly unknown at the In seeking a verification of this sto ry the following letter was received from Whether the Eugene Field anec dote yon mention in your letter is liter true I do not uow but 1 should not wonder if it He and gentleman accompanied me jm a stumping tour iu Missouri in and he constantly amused and sometimes astonished us with his humorous The one you speak of may well have been one of THE i TEAM BOAT ROCK ROLLER MILLS FOR ALL KINDS OF A Bit Too A Georgia rural editor thus describes nil accident that occurred during awed cling ceremony The looking the picture of stood undei the swinging So did th The bridegroom was ovo 6 feet and in bowing his responses t the ministers questions he tilted the which er Are after the custom of the surrounding Buck wheat grinding a Bring us your milling satis faction guar BENSON Builders material Stones Call mi Hie at May 11 president had another guest Webb Hayes of son of the former presi He returned here this morning and at once joined President McKinley at By 10 oclock four sena tors were in to see They were Senators Berry who was the first arrival Shoup Clarke and Lindsay Representa tive Settle also was at the White House early with a contingent of Iu 1794 the habitual users of the English language did not number more than In 1897 their number was estimated at Reasonable Make No Common Error rn to get the best TIME TO UK a kerosene the oil of which spat all over the brides dress and the ministers broadcloth To say that the bridegroom was mad would not do justice to his But he restrain ed himself and supported the bride to the front where the ceremony was d under the stars of The mini has sent in a for his but ihe bridegroom swears he wont paj York foiS the least money ie i at the market of SAM De HENRY LUIKEN JUS OF 1 HE PEA CK Real and collecting will and general
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