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Worth County Index (Newspaper) - September 23, 1897, Northwood, Iowa The Index PER YEAR IS ADVANCE. WORTH COUNTY INDEX. Volume 16. Northwood, Iowa, Thursday, September 23, 1897. Number 44, The Inaex Job printing reMonikble Only flrat- clan work turned oat. H M D V. I. PIHHOKIX1MIXI1. rbTrtol" Offloo In JohniOB I k. Horthwood. IOWB. O. W IKTIICUK OmoiBt o.w. sBn ood IBB A. ZOLLINCIR. ATTOUIT-AT-UW. Worth B tBW builnoH. But Baggage Line ,.PIIII PrapihMr. to tad. from Bll it rnr bBm BDd rMldBBBB MBIB Mortbwood, XowB. QVIC SOCIETIES LO.O.F. Bt UBlrkBll W MBBllBT All tfcv fTBtBTBlty IB COOd StBBdlof BTB I. WMItOOVB.lM'T. I42.6.A.B. Lit Corps, Mo. 297, RE IE? OHPS. lulluwtntf fail uioon r. M. unit alter ht M in Odil Mali. HAhlL Peo'y. Miller Lodge, No, 209, A. O.U.W. inrvtftitd ihlrd frldfcy ol V tolling mrlna. ,0MB, J. K. MlTCIllLL, M. W. KecortUr. Hope Lod-ji, No. 248, K. of P W. 1. 1IMB11KBB, li. 01 K. 3. Nirttiwood Camp, ZSSS, M. W. A. In K. P. hill Hoond Rnd iMt nTenlnir of month. Hortliwood Lodge No. 280.A.O.U.W. BiumblT room, IB Odd Fel- lAW'l UBll.UB flwt Bud tblrd (Tidily, of Vl.UIn, mombrr.curdlUly lr- 'i Ntrthwn Light No. 266. AT. A. M., Bt tbBlr room IB BorthTrood.onBBInr- BTValBX on or full moon VlslUBf DBKT UAM1LTOV.OBO. Men's Business Suits, 54.00 to Men's Dress Suits, from sS.oo to Men's Dress Overcoats from 53.75 Men's Ulsters from to Men's and Boys' heavy Cot- tonade and all-wool kersey Pants, Duck Coats and Over- alls. Best goods at lowest prices. Boys' two-piece Suits from 750. to 55.00. Boys' 3-piece School Suits from to Young Men's Suits from to Boys'Overcoats and Ulsters from [ST.50 to oo. Full line of Men's, Boys' La- dies' and Children's Under- wear at all prices. You will miss it if you'don't look at our stock and compare prices before you buy. Respectfully yours, NJ.CHRISTIANSON, Original Originator of High-Grade Goods at Low-Grade Prices Worth Gouty Index. My Spring and r stock of THE PAST WEEK. Thursday, Prnidcnt Ethin Al- len of the Cuban league aiscrta that the iasurcentB are alxput to win out, owing to the kindly intervention of our Uncle S. European powers concede the riffht of the United to inter- fere in Cuban Parts of Italy are by a cyclone which kills forty persons. A German torpedo boat is capnizcd, off Hamberp, and eight of her crew, including her coui- mindcr, the duke of Macklenburff- Schwerin, arc drowned. It IB report- ed that hundreds of Jap soldiers dis- guised as immigrants are being lanil- cd at Hawaii to renist annexation. The plague ii on the increise, in Bom- bay Same with the yellow fever at New' Orleans. The gunboat Wheel- ing is ordered front 'Frisco to Hono- lulu. it in alleg-ed that Uncle Sam will send a squadron of war vessels to Morocco to secure redress of grievance of American citizens and prompt set- tlement of claims. The defence of Sausacc-maker Luetgert, alleged wife murderer, ia begun in Chicago, and it promises to be sufficiently sensational. Sec. Sherman will speak at his old home, Mansfield, Ohio, to help out Hanna's senatorial candidacy. The monetary oommission holds its open- ing US-linn in Washington. Hon. Geo. F. Edmunds chosen chairman. Friday. 24. Yc'.low fever is evident- ly spreading in various portions of the South, still the fatalities are not numerous. A handsome, isolated school building at New Orleans, set apart for a yellow fever hospital, is set on fire by a frenzied mob, when engines arrive their hose are cut. The police finally beat back the rioters, and the firemen save the main portion of the building. Japanese officials at Washington strenuously deny the statement that Jap troops are being l.inded at Ha-vaii. disguised or other- wise. Uncle Samuel minds what they sar. but decides to act just as though they hadn't said it, feeling that they do protest too President and Mrs. McKinley and party are accorded an immense ovation at Pittsncld and Lenox, Mass., and at the former pl.ice the president makes a brief, bright :id- d'css to the crowds of citizens and the little army of school children that block the streets. -The John Gvind Brewing plant goes olT in amoke, at La Frank Novak, the all- around tad man recently brought back to Iowa from Alaska, is indicted for he murder of Edward Murray. MILLINERY IB now all la. Never were styles more Ixautltul or prices lower. I respect- fully inrite vm> to call and see for NllM 8. O. Tenold. ravisher in Georgia ia hunted down, confesses, and is lynched off hand in open dByligSt, by a crowd of unmask- CARD FKVM MK. Slt'ENSON. I am not in politics. I positively de- AXOTIIM OrrokTUKITV. for und to af OrtO plua tt for tbo Itounu Trip 10 ano 17; Soft. 7 anil muif o Wn rSnU Kor full li cull o.> D.. O. R. ft N- for Fair lit fltoSI tho B., 0. K- lll ?M llVSSSoCl 15. -BM Saturday, Britain, cntly cr.iwfialiint" out a former posi- tion, now notifies the United States that she cannot participate in the Washington sealing conference If Rus- sia and Japan take part.-----Uncle b. thinks it is too late to change front now; that having secured the accept- ance of Russia and Japan to participate the conferece will come off on schedule time tho' the three nations co i: alone. ----President McKinley if the central figure in the ceremonials accompany- ing the layioR of. the corner stone of the Adams, Memorial Library I building, de-iigned to commemorate the sacrifice and devotion of the brave men who went to their de- fence in the dark days of 35 years ago. The president uiahes a brief but elo- quent is a mild race- conflict on, at Alton, 111., over an at-, tempt of the school board to evade the law by requiring colored school child- ren, of whom there are many, to ilocK by themselves in separate Democratic managers assembled vn Chicaro are devising ways meiLUS to shelve Billy Bryan the only one, and to lay free silver frently away in the shade. "Anti-monopoly" has the call, just at present. Sunday, this morning four masked scoundrels ho'.d up a Northern Pacific express, near Moorhead, N. D., but the plunder secured hardly amounts to a fair day's wafrcs tor a lair clay s work. From a financial utandpomt the job is a rank failure.-----A negro found robbed and murdered in front of TTERS IN MITCHELL CO. Worth countv people have peculiar interested in of heavily with a woman of the J the political and other, of their John Becker, a well-to-do German county both to the east and fanner near Carroll, Iowa, attend. l the of us. Our ffood Carpenter church during the day and at night correspondent who often alludes in a hisT and children, and -priffhtly. way to ...attcrs pol.tical: finally mhoots himself, Beffun at the over m Mitchell county, doos so this n-rone end of the lint, as week, but in oae no his Somewhere, this "quiet Sabbath." j usual just.ee. to our way of thmkinff. there a ripeninc of the peaceable I The correspondent is a Mitchell counti- fruits of righteousness, no doubt. j an; ho is a dozen miles nearer the m..a b Btorni CCnter than are we, and he may juo- in perhaps luivc superior meaca and that Carroll, Iowa, horror find cvi-, of information, but no man deuce that Becker chloroformed his can be more impartial than we, for we family before murdering them. They have but slightest personal acquint- wcre all ahot in the forehead, and there ance anti not a shadow of personal s no sifra of a struggle, anywhere. No interest in an j of the parties involved, for ihe trapedy is assigned ei- ui" .inolliftr cept that JJecker had been or nouadcd, relinquish the liomcsteud in favor of a brother.----- Ai-hlcy T. Dawlcy, near Deeorah. is instantly killed by the accidental dis- charge of ;L 'n his own hands, and at ParkcRburg, Iowa, Bruno Peters niL-cts :L similar fate by the discharge of a gun in the hands of his younger brother.----- All the collirics about Hiizleton, resume work today, and fiweet peace so at Gerard- ville, Pa., where rival factions of Polantlers, called the Cavendish and Culacabbagc gang's, fight all night and leave a saloon and hotel, the semes of their encounters, wrecked and tilled with overthrown. At least nine lib-rly Poles receive fatal The Ur.itcO Democracy of Greater New York nominate Henry George for and ttdcpt resolutions condemn- ing ''the action of the state committee in'refusing to reaflirin the Chicago Dem. ui the campaign in Ohio tui'H the Polar nhoiHder on Townc and Bryan and tlic fci'vt-r issue relegated to the fever situa- tic-n in New Orleans remains about wine, and there is not much dauber, it is thought, of an epidemic. The merchants and transportation com- arc anxious to resume with the outside world, and think '.lie present quarantine Kcpublirans of New York city hold their convention and nominate Gen. U. IT, Tracy for mayor. -----The Spanish minister, Dupuy de Lome, unexpectedly in Wash- ington from Lenox, where lie was spending the RimniiL-r with his family. The somewhat strained political rela- tions with Spain arc naturally thought to be the cause of his sudden appear- ance, hut inofficial circles it is claimed to have no significance, of course.-.----- An attorney from ToUemali, Xcb., claims to have seen the wife of irert, the maker, some time ii the latter pai'l of May, anil that slit consulted him about petting a divorce in- creases in area but not in -----Those of the defense in the Lent- gert'case are putting up a stiff fight. According to it Mrs. since the dat f vnluable iuformatinn from the pure v practical standpoint of o farmers on u a rloici imely and well-chosen topics. Suci .inbjects as the nianageinetit, of con fodder, farm fcnccj- and farm gates itoring vegetables for winter, ing early lambs, feeding and manage inent of farm horses, etc., are ex- haustively treated by many farmer who give their own practice and ex pericnce, including their mistatfCA, 01 these topics respectively, livery montl one of these Special FaYmftiV Institut Editions ar.d mailod fri: to every subscriber. The Ifomcslco in one of the most valuable and prac tical farm papers in the country, an its (ipecial Farmers' Institute Kdition are worthy of excellent rcputatio in this respect. Sample copies of bot the regular and Special Farmers' Inst tute ICditions will be mailed to all a] plicants. Addres DCS Moinci, Iowa. Homestead Co EJHTUHS OK desire to an nounre through the columns of my unqualified public pr a. selection an they Twenty-one business men of 13riti :ontribute to what the Tribune calls he Chet Dyke existence fund -.en'-l- ,ng otV and procuring through Uykc a lot of combination letter heads on the backs of which appear the syndicate's card-, printcO .he lowest style of prept.'1-vai.i1 Twenty-one bitfiin'ff uit-n! And no" idea IJritt was so siuall ,1 pla The alleged write-up of Hritt al top column on :lie back, next to r.olliii states that "we will sulV.ee to say il the representative ilrms bel ever hold themselvc-v to chc fully respond to all nom-.tiunicatiot. EitobHohed 1075, J. A. EDWARDS CO., V.i jf ii.iio Chiraiin. if Hotn-d or Truile. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. (jri.ln nntl Moiiirln r.nd .'or futiiru ILij-iiml S't'ctit, recolvoil on nonNtunincni mid lop llTy Our ilnilj K id Polnicrton iheChlcnffo Grain and Provision "Qurrati." Why? IlcouUbft wO U) Imvo two HctB of clorlcs Ui do our Work. workhiK tltiysand Ilicottivr nlirbtn. At lust wo aro foolliiR iJtu of our nmrlcct, let- tern, wlilcli are nimbly wondtrrful In the WILJ- tlicy wlmt tho nmrkt'ts urn coluc to dounfl It n.lrnnitsei.'iiiiias Lliougli wo could <0e tho Wliy RO to ilic pold nilrtvi wliun you can stuy jit liomc nml by routllnj: our Jidvicnn, which you RCt for you cun ni-ilx) aforumc. Wo sotittlio country lust montli of Onu nifiiitli's inuihiietlotis whh us. _ ur aro scattc'ri'd from Witir.c 10 thuy nil follnwurl rniiriict letter mill tills wautho If ility could do tills for a month, tweln1 w-mtil cH'iin itilnk iliut. eral tlironghout ilio countrv v. Iili i, hlciiRo In thfi ttMUtuiil. Tho In p.-tm lylvitnla IIIIK bo tin ihf niimtrkur King hack to work. tun net- nntliltifi il o shape of IL cloud' ni preiunt irttlm outlook brlRlit on Jid'tumt of tho lininon-n' forolttn dnrnum] for wjip.it, mm nrid oats. We think tho present ipncirtunlty In years for s'jroi.-.-.fiilly ojHM-sit- nff lit ourspcnulutive If rmyJiody ipoiks itbucltetfiliop (five thuni "ilic'Klon- dllcest.ire." With nround Jfic per h'l. wo think corn jind (intsclnuvpiit nrcftuiit prices, ami siro rulvUJnROur to Uny nnw On uny 'trniiks. not (jot much of ii decline In ir.y ovpiit and mlchtpirt n blp advnuco, hnth tin Oiits unit cnrn crop Is iissuri'd so we knew whoro we fttjintl, week wcrti lui. of Tin-old lino bulls ftttchnHLlnn.ltiila-r loblnson. (Jhamnlinaru nil Ir.iyliiK Dn-omtn-r vhciit. CTidahy tho "off side" nu IL. IfKlit crops nbrniul and nindi-r- itu
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