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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - August 10, 1887, Algona, Iowa                                THE Epitome of the INTERESTING NEWS NEAR on the 2d George Burton shot and killed his from whom he had been next fatally shot his motherinlaw In the back of the and then blow out his own A HEAVY wind and rainstorm on the 3d dt blew down unroofed large buildings and wrecked small The damage to crops in the surrounding countrj was JOHN BIJAIU thirteen years who has been in jail at several weeks for the murder of his confessed the crime on the The lad claimed at the time of the tragedy that his mother had been killed by AN earthquake shock was felt in portions of Indiana and Kentucky early on the morning of the but no serious damage was THE Indians on the Millo Lacs reserva tion in Minnesota were on the 2d reported to be on the and serious trouble was To INSURE receiving a copy of the jour nal of proceedings of the National Educa tional recently held Chi members are requested to notify the James at Law at by postal card of their present addesses and their desire to secure the A COUNTERFEIT silvor dollar made its appearance in Chicago on the It is a beautifullymade with faultless out a proper weight and a deceptive A NOVELTY in strikes was reported on the 3d from where litteen fe male attendants in the State insane asy lum stopped work on account of an in crease in their hours of ONE of the oldest Lutheran churches in country was destroyed by lightning on the 3d at The edifice ilated from SEVENTEEN prostrations from heat oc curred on the 2d in and were reported in New ADVICES of the 31 say that the recent election In the Cherokee Indian resulted in the overthrow of Chief Bushyheads which had long been in THE two babes of Phillip a miner in California were burned to death in their fathers cabin on the AT New on the 2d a accompanied by the heaviest rainfall in many did much Several buildings were struck by light A LAW designed to prevent girls under the age of fifteen years from begging or peddling was on the 3d admitted to the statutebooks of DURING the month of July there was a net decrease of in the cash in the Treasury and a net increase of in the A TERRIFIC rain and hailstorm and cy clone occurred on the 2d near leveling trees and growing ADVICES of the 3d say that during the recent election in Kentucky a fight oc curred m Clay in which six men were GEOROE reached San Francisco on the 3d from New hav ing made the trip on a He left New York May averaging fifty miles a AT fire on the 3d de stroyed worth of princi pally on which there was AT a meeting at Bath on the 3d of the trustees of the New York Soldiers and Sailors Home Treasurer Robie was his books showing a shortage of which his iriends would make FOREST tires were raging on the 3d around Howard South Boardman and other points in Considerable damage had been done to crops and timber and A NECKLACE of eleven human captured from a Cheyenne Indian in was received at the War Department in Washington on the Each finger repre sents a life taken by the Six laborers were killed and one dan gerously injured at Minneapolis on the 3d by the falling of one of the walls of the recently burned Anthony A OHAXY Irishman tried on the 3d to blow up the British steamer Queen in New York THE larjje manufacturing house of Fazer at was burned on the over THE drought was on the 3d causing stock to sacrifice their and they were arriving in Chicago with a the bulk going at extremely low THE streetcar employes of the United States and Canada on the at perfected the formation of an Inter national Association under the auspices of the Knights of A GANG of union sailors attacked non union men on a schooner at on the and in the battle William Colton was fatally THE Illinois LiveStock Commissioners on the 3d reported that pleuropueumoniu among cattle in the State had been stamped AT Bunker on the 3d four des peradoes boarded a train and rescued one of their from Deputy Sheriff Stan of who was taking his prisoner to that JOHN of Bay in a lit of jealousy on the fatally beat his wife and then killed THE two children of Henry of were killed by lightning on the DANIEL a salesman for Lo Boutillier drygoo is merchant el Now was arrested on the 3d for embezzling from his AT a large meeting of colored citizens at Boston on the 3J resolutions were aloptcd protesting against the passage by llio Georgia Legislature of the bill prohibiting the attendance of while and of black pupils at the sauio charged with murdering liis was taken from the jail at New ou the and A supposed to have boon caused by destroyed u considerable por tion of the Business district of ou the ItEFHESiiiNtf rains fell on the 4th in Illi nois and doing the crops a world of Farmers were iiupiug for an av erage AT Baltimore on tho 4th a Bohemian drowned her babj in a bath then cut her own A on the 4th deijMlislied u number of buildings and injured many people at a suburb of Cincin TWENTYTWO buildings in the business portion of Bowling were de etroyei byjire ou the AT thirtyfive business firms were burned out on the LARGE tracts of pasturage in Grundy had on the 4th been de stroyed by The fences had also been A IIGERKETTLE in Rahrs brewery at Green exploded on the scalding seven six ol whom died of their THE American fishing boat Gold Dust was seized on the 4th by a Canadian cruiser for violation of the customs AT on the 4th a fire de stroyed Mnson Sons cracker McDowell stove fac tory nnd other causing a loss of Chief Engineer Herrick and an other fireman were IN a drunken quarrel on tho 4th at La Daniel Drew fatally injured his wife nnd killed John TEXAS fever was spreading on the 4th among cattle at Now Lenox and and farmers wore losing AT on the 4th Austin Mc Glenen fired five shots at Miss Matilda a young lady of twentytwo who refused to let him kiss She will IT xvas reported in Chicago on the 4th that the surrounding country was in es pecial danger from The longcon tinued drought had reduced buildings to the dryncss of and large areas of vegetation were in not much better condi FOUR persons woro suffocated on tho 4th by tho burning of a house near THE sixth attempt in six months was made on the 4th to burn tho office of the Zcllwig in Now York JUSTICE of the Illinois Supreme said on the 4th that no statement had been made to any one in regard to the result of tho case of tho Chicago Anar chists now ponding in that THE stallion Norwood valued at fell dead at on the MARY WILSON and her two children were struck by an engine in Chicago on the 4th while crossing tho and the children were killed and the mother fatal ly NEAII on the 4th a coach and two sleepers of an express train were thrown from the and the bag gagemaster was beheaded und a dozen passengers wore badly IT was announced on the 4th that the losses of the bull clique at Sun who had been manipulating the wheat would be between and A WHIT of error was on the 4lh granted by Associate Justice of the United States Supremo in tho case of the Louis whose ex ecution had been fixed for the 26th ATEIUUFIO windstorm on the 5th at did great damage to out shade telephone and tele graph wires and growing FIVE latal cases oi sunstroice were re ported on the 5th at with a humid the thermome ter registered 92 FRANK a fell 120 feet from the steeple of the new Marys Catholic Church at Fort ou the and was EARLY on the morning of tho 5th several vandals gained admittance to the compos ingroom of the Indianapolis tienlinel and pied all the type in the cases and much matter in the THE James and Eastern hotels at were destroyed by an in cendiary fire on the A THOUSAND men were idle on the 5th in consequence of a tire in the Calumet and Hecla mine at A WIND and hailstorm on the 5th rav aged corn Holds in the southern portion of Carroll Trees were leveled and barns were BY tho capsizing of a pleasure steamer on tho 5th at Lake five per sons lost their HEAVY rains fell in and throughout Kan sas on the nnd farmers were made as much of the late corn will be Fouu little children were fatally scalded on the 5th near by an explosion of THE trial of the Cook County boodlers closed in Chicago on the 5th with a verdict of guilty against all of the tho jury fixing the punishmen of Van Wasserman Wren and McClaughry at two years and imposing a fin of each upon Me Carthy and ELEVEN HUNDRED workmen were on th 5th busily engaged rebuilding Marshfield which was almost destroyed by fir June WILFOBD prjsident of the twelve apostles of the Mormon is sued m address on the 5th in which he as sun es charge of the Mormon a placa of five him drcd was ruined by a wine storm on the But one house in th town escaped being A boy was kilted and twentyfive other persons were none TIIEUE were Ili3 business failures in the United States during the seven days ended on the against 103 the previous suven FOUR men were killed and several in jured on the 5th by the falling of fifty tons of rock in the Cascades tunnel being built by the Northern Pacific railroad at Elleus WILLIAM of went to her door on the 5th in answer to a Some friends stood and in tho excitement of greeting them sho fell dead at their Heartdisease was the same school passed tho Genrgia Legisla ture on tho editor ot tho died on tho after a few hours EDWARD a Con gressman from died at Baton Kbguo on the aied sixtyfour THE Marylnnd Prohibitionists met In State convention on the 2d at Glyndon and nominated a full State with Sum merflold of lor Gov NEW YORK Republicans will mest in State convention at Saratoga September THE National CivilService Reform League met in annual session at It on tho 8d and reelected George William Curtis The in his criticised the conduct of the Administration touching appointments to remarking that it was in any strict sonso of the CivilService reform Tun New York Democratic State con vention has boon called to meet at Sara toga August JOSEPH RAINET exCon died at on the TUB death of VicaConsul General John at Rio do was reported to the State Departmant at Washington on tho ALLEN United States Consul at died on the aged seventysix GRANDMA tho oldest person in tho Wabash celebrated her one hundreth birthday on the 4th at IN Now York City on the 4th the County Committee of the United Labor parly de cided that no Socialist is entitled to mem TEXAS voted on the 4th on several amendments to the State all f which were successful except that in avor of which was defeated y nearly THE death was announced on the 5th of ardnw tlie Union Spy of the at his home at Foster at the ago of sixtyseven SEVEN STRIPED A Kflqnlsltlon Made from Chicago on OftlclrtU At Jtillot far Juftt That Num KMult of Grout Mnocllcf Van Pelt And Lnjrdan SantencBd to Two Imprisonment McCarthy And vet Off with a Pino ot memorablo boodle trial is at nn Nothing now remains but to sentence the defendants In accordance with the verdict of tho That vordlct is one of conviction of all the defendants upon the charges of conspiracy to defraud the At nine oclock last after an absence of six the jury returned into court Its A punishment of two years in the penitentiary was imposed upon oneh one of the defendants except KALAKAUAS Oliver THERE were three hundred deaths from liolcra in tho city of in North vestorn during the month of JAMES a wellknown financial rokor of swore out a warrant n the 3d for the arrest of William Mc charging him with he cause of action dating back to the time vhcn tho boodler was chief of police of A FIRE on the 3d in made fifty families AT a plague of sudden loath was raging ou tho and tho mor ality was OVER one thousand lives were lost by floods at Chu Chou on the Wen chow in EiGHTyniaiiT persons wore recently ummarily executed near or belonging to secret THE ponulation of China is as against at the time of the ast PHILIPPE XAVIER the emi iciit French soldier and died n Paris on the at the of seventy ive OVER ton thousand deaths from cholera occurred the last six months in A FIRE on tho 3d on the outskirts of Es sex spread and consumed very thing on an area three miles long by half a mile in including two IT was announced on the 4th that faulty management had caused of tho money of the London Investment Association to Charles the had Many poor people would AT a meeting at Toronto on the 5th the Executive Committee ol the Central Farmers Institute of Ontario declared themselves in favor of unrestricted rec iprocity with the United FOCR THOUSAND men on the Midland rail road in England struck on the MEDITERRANEAN ports on the 5th estab lished a quarantine against where cholera and who escape with a line of The de fendants upon whom a penitentiary sen tence was MO Van Pelt and wore at once taken from the courthouse to the lilcClaugh rys name was first road as being given a twoyears and no ono hoped to have a lighter Geils and Casselman gave a breath of re lief when they learned they were let off by a McCarthy tried to appear in and declared he would go to jail along with tho Captain Mo Claughry was and there was great sympathy expressed for but for the others there was nothing but approval hoard for tho action of the As soon as the verdict was an Tun sloop Sara and the steamer Vulle were reported on the 5th as lost in the gult of The two vessels had eighty people on all of whom wore supposed to uo WILLIAM it Was was seen to loavo Quebec on a steamer bound for Gibraltar on the Crown Prose cutor who attempted to ar rest him on tho Baxter said lie acted in the matter for the Washington STATEMENTS to the effect that the salmon cutch this year will be light have been A canvas of the canneries on tho Columbia showed on the 5th a total of cases less than last THE story of trouble among tha Mille Lac Indians in Minnesota was pronounced untrue on tho 5lh by tho son of tho agent at Win to Earth THOUSANDS of acres of land in Wisconsin and Indiana had been burned over on tho The drought was unpre Men were organiz id as tirc iighters and were off jring prayers for PERSONAL AND BUCKNEII was elected Governor of Kentucky on the 1st by about miV WILLIAM of a prominent Baptist minis fell dead while walking the street in that city on the Ho was seventynine years A HILL which makes it a penal offiiise to teach white and colored children in the LATER THE record of the baseball clubs in tho National Leagao for tho week ended on the 8th was as follows Detroit games 49 40 48 New 44 40 SO 20 IN a quarrel on the Oth at over two Green Foster stabbed William Ferguson to RBPOKTS on the Oth from various sec tions in Indiana and Wisconsin showed that copious rains had prevailed and that crops were greatly RoiiuiiT United States Min ister to arrived at Now York un the AuHEirs of died that i city on the He was president of tho Lansing Northern and was noted for his A BISULIX dispatch of the Gth says the late Alfred Krupp bequeathed to his son Frederick had ad ded to tlds for the people of WHITELVS enormous drapery and gen eral warehouses inLoiidon were destroyed by tire on tho causing a loss of with no Eight persons were killed by falling fifty feet and others were FIBKCK prairio fires were raying on tlie7th north of just over the In diana and much damage had been AT Milwaukee on the Oth two hundred people were thrown into the water by the collapse of a coalstied on which they wora standing to the launching of a new and young men were killed and thirty other persons were THE returns on the Oth from the recent Texas election indicated the defeat of tho Prohibition amendment by over NEAR Captain Richard a his four chil and an aunt of were found deal in their house on the Oth with their throats Tom u son of tho captain by former was under A WHITE frost covered the ground in the vicinity of ou tho morning of the AMOS at one time ActingGov ernor of died on the 7th at his home near aged sixtyfour A TEitmiio storm struck the town of on the and u portion of the place was inundated and an oiltank of fifteen thousand barrels was destroyed by A LAiuiE American bank with connec tions in En gland and Franco is to be es tablished at the City of AT twentysix leading in the United States the exchanges during the week ended on the Oth aggregatol against the pre vious As compared with the corre sponding week of the increase amounts to per cent VAN nounced a cheer was started in the rear of the large but immediately si Adam Ochs could not speak nnd Leydens face was pale as Varnell appeared Van Pelt said he was glad it was as he wanted to serve out his sentence as soon as Wren acceptsd the situation The verdict gives universal satisfaction excepting in the cases of McCarthy and It was generally supposed that tho latter would be lot off while the former would be among those most heavily The public would have been better pleased had thuse two exchanged Ths last arguments were mado yes terday Sullivan closing for tha and Grinnell for the tho afternoon OLIVER Judge Jumieson delivered his charge to the The court started in by read ing tho instructions on behalf of the They wore worded exactly as those in the McDonaldMcGarigle There were sixtyfour instructions on be half of the but twentyeight of those were merely technical and some of them were nothing more than repeti The instructions wore couched in almost exactly the same lan guage us were those on behalf of McDon ald and McGarigle last There was but one was an in struction that related to the conduct of the defendant The jury were in structed that they were to be in no way influenced bj his action in pleading guilty before their After the jurymen retired from tho courtroom to deliberate upon their ver dict they first elected Brown fore man aid then proceeded to take an infor mal ballot as to the guilt or innocence of the The result was a vote of 9 to 3 in favor of A formal ballot and every ono voted to And the defenlants But upon tho question of the penalty the opinions of tho jurors wore widely The fifth on the question of tha penalty re sulted in the The tntkr Monarch Stilt Rntor of tho Hawaiian bat Shorn of Much n1 ttu Gibson A rives In gnn f ho Mew BAN the deposed Prime Minister of the Hawaiian whowas tried and ac quitted of the charge of robbing tho public escaped from the Island after his arrived here Saturday on board the brig John On tho day he was acquitted the bark Spreckles was lying near tho wharf with every thing ready to set A which was waiting at the rear door of the court conveyed Gibson without a mo ments delay to the which cast off lines and headed for San It re quired less twenty minutes for Gib son to leave tho courtroom and get on board tho Gibsons is still in jail awaiting trial f 01 being tho accessory of Business has been Capitalists who holding back are investing und e general feeling prevails that Hawaii has e staple Government under which just lawa will be In an interview with tho United Press representative with regard to the now constitution of exPremier Gibson said that it contained many desirable It is what miajht be termed a shotgun or rifle Tho King only proclaimed it through fear of Whether it will lost or not ho could of Tho creation oi a new House of Nobles with property qualifications is an experiment which will disenfranchise many and was the main do sire of the missionary party of This class undoubtedly intended to take his but tho now Cabinet evidently felt it would be a ous as they knew how long he was with the native and his death by violence might cansa very serious He declared that he was glad that the revolution had inasmuet as it compelled him to take a ed He hinted that the United States Government hud designs in the Pa ciflc that would probably be revealed Gibsons career is a most romantic is now well along In Forty or lifts years ago Uo was well known in where ho spent most of his In An derson Gibson married a beautiful girl a few years leaving three After the death of his wife he cumo a Ho wont to and from there ho passed over into A soldier of ho engaged in many reckless and in Sumatra in whom he headed a native he having neon taken prisoner by tho lie made an escape wliicli was more sensational than that which he has sc recently figured Ho had been furnished with a womans and by shaving his face and donning tho female attire lie managed tc elude his guards and roach a vessel which the natives had provided for In the course of time Gibson found his way back to South Car where he was given a putilio and whore tt was supposed that he would re but the spirit of adventure led him to Salt nnd from in he went to the Sandwich in the course ol ho became a royal ivnd practi cally the ruler of the little SAN steamci from Australia and arrived here She brings Hono lulu advices to July Nothing of u start ling nature hal occurred since the signing of the constitution by King Kalakaua and the departure of exPremier Gibson for tho United Tho day the King signed the constitution tha Marshal of the accompa nied by tho police blowing rode around the principal strcsts of the city and proclaimed the new Tho next day it was proclaimed throughout tha island and a few days later throughout the other islands of the Hawaiian Interest now centers in the coming oloe tion for membars of the House of Nobles and tho House of July 35 a meeting was hold in Honolulu that may prove of some It was a meeting of native Hawaiians for the purposa of nominating candidates for tho House of Nobles and the House of Over 300 native subjects weie among them be ing the acting pastor of the church in which the meeting was together with other prominent The meeting was not entirely harmonious according to adjourned with out formally nominating Tak ing the political affairs in the Kingdom as a they seem now to be compara tively Queen Kapiolani arrived in Honolulu July 20 and was given a royal Among tho chief clauses of the new con stitution are the following All men may frooly write and publish their sentiments on all being respon sible for abuse of that and no law shall be enacted to restrain the liberty of speech oi of the No subsidy or tux of auy descrip tion shall bo levied unless by con sent of the except when between sessions tho emergencies of pestilence or other public disaster shall and then not without the concurrence of tho entire Cabinet and of a ma jority of tho whole Privy and the Minister of Finance shall render u declared ac count of such expenditure to the The KinR is CommanderinChief of the arms and navy and of nil other military forces of tho by sea and but he shall proclaim war without the consent of the und no military or naval force shall be organized except by tho authority ol tho The King oun not bo sued not held to account In any court or tribunal ol the The Cabinet shall consist o n Minister of Foreign a Minister o Finance and un and they shall be his Majestys special advisers in the executive affairs of the The legislative power of tho kingdom is vested in tho King ami the which shall consist of nobloa and representatives sitting Thu Legislature will judge of the qualifications ol its members arid provide for the election ol twentyfour nobles and twentyfour representa tives of tho tho latter to be elected bi Tho nobles shall servo six and shall rtcoive no pay for tholr A no ble is a subject of tho twentylive years old or who is the owner of worth ol taxable property or has an income of not less than WX a Tho judicial power of the kingdom shall be vested In the Supremo and in such inferior courts as the Legislature Bhull from time to time Article 40 is the most and pro vides a property qualification is a requisite in voting for nobles also that the elector shall be able to No person shall be eligible as a representative of the people unless lie is able to has lived iu tho klrgdom three and owns estate of tho value ol A WAVES AWFUL Death tho Luunehtntf 61 a er nt the Vessel StflkM the a Mngo Wave lliff Crowded With PenptflElfchty IoMtttw fhrown Into thft Klllfl1 and Many Bftcltr As the steamer Wolf was being launched Saturday afternoon at Wolf Davidsons amid tho whistle ot strains ol music and the cheers of a staging on tha docks of tho Northwestern Fuel Company About elffhty who were clustered as thick as bees upon wore precipitated to the dock or Into the The accident occurred at the same instant that the mammoth vessel mada her As the steamer struck tho water an immense wave was carried toward the platform across the Whether from its momentum or through other causes tho supports of the staging gave tho splashed over and the people found themselves up to their necks in many being swept into tho river by tho receding waters and others be ing pinned under the broken and fallen Those who wore dumped Into the river frantically clung to pieces of vvhila boats hurried to their Thoso who wore on the docks lay in heaps many Injured Si badly us to require assistance for their It is expected that of the thirtythree people injured thirty will Tho dead are Eddie nged seventeen years Charles aged twentytwo years Collin aged twenty Clayton pastor of Christ on Hanover his wife and little and Miss were to gether on tho staging when it Both the ladies escaped but and his but not Barrows had his left thigti broken and was injured He will probably a fruit had his right leg his ankle suffered a bad contusinn of tho a scalp and had three ribs ol Kansas was injured internally and is in precarious Con rad McKay and Collin Finlster were but did not meet again until they were carried into their joint McKay received a scalp wound four inches long and it is thought his skull is Finisler was taken from tho river nearly and was injured He has since John Leis senfcldt had his leg Several theories regarding the cause of tho coalshed giving way are One is that tho huge wave forced tfce air under tho shod so as to raise it from its which immediately letting the shed Others are of the opinion that the structure gave way from tho weight of the people upon but this docs not seem likely to be the ns every timber is found to be It is generally agreed that the accideni was caused by the husre wav which sweaping over the dock rs the Wolf slid into the The coroner wril inquire into the The New Hawaiian CuiiHtUutlon In Force Gibson SAN special from Port Townsend says The burk Colusa arrived from Honolulu yesterday with Hiiwaiian advices to July King Kahiknua signed the constitution July The time fixed by him for signing was July but he postponed signing until popular feeling was so worked up that any further delay would have resulted disastrously to This deprives Kalakaua of powers and leaves him only the to draw his salary and graut The advices also state that exPremier Gibson escaped ou a bark sailing from Honolulu is now ou his way to San WHOLESALE Terrible Tragedy In A YoutH Held on u Charge of Murdering Ills Vnthor nnd Elglit OtUur Captain and their six laiging in ages from sixteen months to twenty and age 1 an i uat of were murdered in their home Friday Thomas Wool son of tho Captains first who was sleeping in the house at the has been held by the coroners jury for the He says that some lime before daybreak he was aroused by groans and the sound of blows proceeding from his parents His half brother Richard ran into the room which adjoined thinking fiat murder was being he Thomas jumped from a window in his night clothes and bitro 1cot and ran to the house of a negro 800 or yards distant to get them to arouse tho He suys he was afraid to fearing that lie himself would be but went back after half an No help had ar and he went in to see if tho family had been He found them all He stopped in a pool of blood in and left footprints on the He found his slapmother lying so that her head was on the floor and her body ou the He raised her up and placed her on the He then changed his By this time a crowd had arrive 1 and soon after he was taken into The evidence before the coroners jury was circumstantial through but the verdict recommended the holding of tho The crowd made throats of and the prisoner was brought to Macon and salely lodged in where he talked ol the crime but made no His motive is said to bo a desire to gain pos session of his fathers property for himself und two children of the first Yesterday lie was taken to He continues to deny his old hearing that a kin dergarten was to be established in her said emphatieal theyll never make it Every body around here has gardens of their and vegetables ean be had for nothing here in summer the zoological gardens at Phil adelphia there are bathing and exer cise grounds for After tak ing their baths the elephants are driven to the exercise where they knock about expanded bladders for FATAL FIRE IN Five Mon Killed and Many Injured In a lilaze CuHtliiK Over S The enormous ware houses ol William draper and general iu Queens were partly destroyed by nre Saturday The damage will ex coed and it is believed that there was no insurance on auy part of the property a pre vious fire occurring in the establish ment under suspicious circumstances hav ing iiiducod theeoinpaniej to refuse to take lurthor Three of the employes ol the establishment wore and two firemen also lost their The number of persona injured indefinitely but it is While a score of firemen wer i passing over a frail bridge connect ing the buildings occupied by fif ty feet above tho the structure precipitating them to tho All of them wore badly and some of them LATISU The loss at Whitelys enormous drapery and general storage Luruod is estimated at all the way from to Besides the three employes and two firemen who wore killed by the falling of a bridge they wera throe bodies have been taken from tha and fuur inoro bJd ius are supposed to be still SeventyNine Uoinullslied by Lust TliKrsduyd advices from the town of which was struck by a cyclone last Thursday are to tbe effect that the place was practically demol Seventynine including stores and resideucas were wholly or nearly de The losses loot up The people are in great and a relief committee has been organized to solicit aid lor the families whose homos were swept   

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