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Oskaloosa Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1890, Oskaloosa, Iowa VOLUME NTJMRER 17 MARCH ESTABLISHED 1887 None Genuine without EXTERNAL REMEDY For Man and STONEBRAKERS LlNIMENT OTTHB3S Pains in the Side and Old Frost Swelled Sore Spinal Pains in Clips and It will do a wcnfc back nmv in night than oils and plasters in tin It stnmls withoui rival Swil iinc in Old uud all Diseases which require au external Irloo 86 CO nnil ijcr Till IAIKJKST rOULTUY DKALKIl IK T1IK WOULD After having tried every brand of Chicken Powder Poultry on the with poor success I procured which I have been using and aelllng tin iiiist 20 Every package guaranteed to he the best preparation In use for Canary and the whole feathered BRAKERS CHICKEN POWDER is a speclllc for youiiR Jowls makes thorn healthy and increases keeps thim free from and should lie frequently used in the poultry yard the year Yours to sk your merchant for and accept no or send ns cents In stamps and we will forward one package bv mai 1 ofthls wonderful and original preparation Sold Price 25 cents per THE STONEBRAKER CHEMICAL Sole Proprietors of the Genuine Stonebriikers Pcepa Rait tf Beware of frauds and Watch Worth ft HI watch in tlio wtirhl WitrrntiUut GULP hunting cnsoV Indira ftncl geiun ivith works nnil en PCS of ml vnltio OSK IKHSQNin i locality run secure onu topotlior with our larpn 1 valuable These ns well s the nrt All the work you need do in to show what we Bend you to those who friends and neighbors and those nhout results in valuable trade for which holds for year a when oneu thin wo are Wo puy all After you know you would to go lo work for you cnn earn from to per week and HHHISQOINGON EY The followii i Our facllitiebarp anil to Introduce our superior poodh wil in ciicli Only tllope who WritO to us nt onee enn make sure of Bfl the rlnincc All you have todoln return is tf shmv our ffooda to those niiphborv and thune nrniind you The prnniiifr of tliis advertisement dhows the ptnnli end of the tclo cut gives thf appfiinincir of it reduced to nboutthe fiftieth part of its II is u double size tele as larce as la to Wn will also show you how you can make from tu IO n day at from tinMm t outcxnorlencc Better at Wo pay nl ttxpnM A The Great Parties contemplating ntiip to nny point in ManltobiUJtlie the Tnget Sound or the newlyl Sioux should consult the agents of the Central They are prepared to furnish through tioketa at tho very loweet rates mid can oliock baggage through to The Iowa Central Koute s th and consequently the It la tlio ony line running a rain through to Inul by dity thereby obviating theexponse or a sloop New and elegant coaches and Palace are attached to throuuh If you arc going to the Northwest call on the of the Iowa Contral Koute for time rat is and further or ad A 1B8d62w2 Two THROUGH THAI KB Every day via Iowa Central loule To Kansas Making Diroot in Union Depot For all points in Old and Now Mexico and i ussengers by the Iowa Central Kouto Have through Cars And avoid long and Omnibus Lowest Quickest time Iowa Central Traffic The Wabash I he only lino running throuttli sleeping oars from Oakalooa to Louis and Also tho most direct lino to all points in 1lorl Indian Terri tory and For fall information re gardlnrg rates timo call on your nearest ticket or address either of the MA Commercial Pas Dee no loo or over tho quaetlon bow to supply your A small ad in THM i will problem at Stato Treasurer of Mary in SHORTAGE FOUND IN HIS It Alleged That He HUB Misuppioprl ntpil State Hut to It llns Not Yet Heen Tin VKHY March Tho Wovovnor sent a message to the Liegis laturu Wednesday night transmitting a romuiunication from Victor Baugh State stating that the latter has discovered a misappropriation of the fStato Hiciuities in the hands of the State Stevenson Treasurer Archer is lying critically ill at his home in Ihirford No one hero seems to know just yet of the extent of State Treasurer Archers Kvery is will ing to believe the amount involved as and say that it was an insane impulse which forced Archer to reject Intimate friends of Archer have known ol his troubles since and uy amount needed to make good his shortage was Tho theory advanced is that in a of temptation he pledged securi ties belonging to the but not to a large amount that ho was made to know that outside parties were aware of his and that tho dread of exposure drove him Archer was first elected treasurer in In 1S8T be succeeded Senator Arthur who resigned as Chairman of the Democratic State Central and in each political campaign since that year he has taken a prominent is salary as Statu Treasurer was a Archer is also an having beeii first elected in lie served four terms ALL DI ED Three liiotliiiiM Kuii Iowi and Killed by an ICrie PusKeiiiver March Train 14 on the Erie railroad killed three men at ed a small hamlet seven miles west of early this The victims were three named John and Henry all of Now Tho two latter wore employed by Henry Eggort whole sale On the iiOth of last Decem ber Henry disappeared suddenly after having lust been seen in a saloon at the corner of South Fifth avenue andUlockor Tho police and detectives in New Jersey llobokon and Brooklyn searched for him with out Deidrick and John then threw up their positions and devoted all their time to an endeavor to discover the whereabouts of thoir They found him somowhoio in tho and tho three were returning to New York when they wore struck by the pas senger train and hurled against a freight train which was passing and which prevented them from hearing the approach of the one of the fast est on the The bodies were all horribly and death in each case was TO HONOR THE OLD Ilan for tho irand Onloliratioii of Judge Thimimuii SeventySeventh March John Lentz made a mysterious visit to New York City last where ho held a conference with oxi resident Cleveland in regard to the celebration of Judge Allen Thinmans next No vember with a grand Democratic dinner Ho will be at thai time 77 years Cleveland is said to be anxious that tho occasion shall be made one of National and is one of tho prime movers in the He will be and among those who will be to participate are mentioned ChiefJustice Roger Don Dickinson and exSpeaker Car lowii March The State council has completed the assessment of railway A re capitulation shows that there has been a loss of miles of road in the the total now being 200 miles of rail the assessed valuation of which is a loss of Tho gross earnings for 1889 were The gross earnings per mile for 1889 were a gain of The operating ex penses of all the roads for 1889 were tho net earnings Tho total amount of taxes to be paid is Cause of the pulls Coro ner Wagnor has completed his investi gation of tho disaster connected with the UowenjMerrill The verdict in each of tho twelve in was Tho finding declared that the structure collapsed after the fire was under control that the faulty con struotion of the building and those ad joining was the cause of the Aguiutil iliu Commixslou March in addition to Karl have en tered their proles 1 in tho House journal the adoption of tho report of tho PaTnell coin A Hnrrleiuie In BHISI March A hurricane in Townesvillo has flooded tlio town and caused much Several persons were luiitinuu through out jULU DOWN ON Tho Iowa LoglKtuture Takes Acllou AKttiltet Marcli the Senate Wednesday tho House concur rent resolution relative to tlio appoint ment of a joint committee to take action in regard to a suitable representa tion oT tin various Stato educational institutions at tlie Columbian exhibi tion was referred to the special com mittee appointed The bill to establish n normal school at was made i order for Tues day Macks bill limiting in upon tlio permanent school fund to 0 per was read a third time and with seven dissenting The Keintfer bill to lotteries was called up by its who ex plained that the present law applies only to lotteries within the while his measure included in its penalties those organized and also pro hibited the publication and advertise ment of lottery The bill was A bill was introduced for the establishment of three additional normal The w lys and means commit tee estimates that Ijie income from State revenues from April lo April will on a two mill The toUiI surplus for 1890 is at and for 1S91 at In the House Wednesday the Senate renuhilion relative to plac ing sisal irrass and on the free was and tho bill establish inn Uie first Monday in Sep tember as Ijiibor day wis to gether with Senate bill fixing tho maximum rate of lifty cents a day for boarding1 prisoners TO HIS Archbishop of tho Diuccso of Mil tin Vcmuriihti Catholic Oies ut tin Ayo ol 7i bishop Michael of the CaUiolio diocese of Mil died in this city Wed nesday n i g ii t after a sickness o f s e v e r a 1 He was born in 11abl in studied law and I h oolo gy at the vorsity of Mun He came Milwaukee in as secretary of Archbishop He founded Francis Theological Seminaiv in Mil waukee and in was consecrated Bishop of La which diocese ho administered for twelve In 1880 lie was promoted to the Coadjutorship of and upon the death of Archbishop Henni succeeded him to the archdiocese of 4 1 AVill the Xext Popp Leave Etomc March largo section of tlio cardinals are advocating the Idea that the future to bs elected to succeed Leo shall leave Italy im mediately ho is They declare that tho position of the Pope there is Pope Leo is very strongly opposed to this and ho has ap pealed to the cardinals that his last days on earth shall bo comforted by the assurance that such a coinso shall bo definitely May Seek Aid from iTnelo March meetings were held Wednesday in New foundland to against the Anglo French modus vivemli regarding the lobster In this city tho stars and stripes were and the speakers alvucuUd an appeal to the United States in Kirjland would not grant the people the protection they Ilchl for March and Charles charged with robbing the NovUiern Pacific Ex press Company here of were brought hero Wednesday by Sheriff Spaneding from They had a preliminary examination and were released on bonds of each to appear Friday for Kntorcinjj a New March re cent order of President of the Reading against drinking by is being sternly Four engineers and four firemen at Shamokin were on Tuesday served with the notice You are dismissed for Tlio CamimlK in PA March from the west coast of Africa state that fighting has occurred at in on the coast of the Bight of be tween the French forces and their na tive Three men won killed and twelve A HooKier Pioneer March a ged one of the pioneers of Northern died Wednesday at his home in lie had owned and lived on the same piece of land since when he secured it as a Govern ment missing nnil March toller of tho Fourth National Bank of this and treasurer of many Becrot is and tho bank officials say there is a discrepancy in his YOUIIJ liisiiiarek March Kmporor has decorated Count Bismarck with the collar and order of Disastrous Result of the Bursting of a Mississippi SKIPWITH VILLAGE UNDER WATER Keslilunrn Forced to Swim for Thai Persons Prom inent Citizen ItlxkM His Life to Call for THE FLOODS March day night a doafuning too famil iar to the oftafflicted people of the awoke the sleeping family of of to the ter rible consciousness that the be hind which was their had broken and the of tlio Missis sippi were upon them through a crevice hundreds of foot Through the inpourinir flood they battled their way to a large skiff in front of the warehouse of Luclis near their Lachs barely escaping with her When she arrived at their ark of refuge tho water had risen to her standing in four fuet of water and holding his child his telephoned an uppenl for u skiff and boats to rescue tho drowning He had seen two of his neigh bors drown close to him and expected Unit many more would suffer the same Ho claims that the people living in tho country can not Re peated warnings have had no elfoct as they felt secure behind their big To add further horror to the scene the belonging to Lachs with its entire was totally de stroyed by fire resulting from the wa ter coming in contact with several bar rels of unslackod The warehouse also contained an immense amount of Some of the inhabitants were forced to make their escape by The crevasse is said to bo400 feet and tho ends are wash ing away It is difficult to get details because the telephone line be tween the town and the outside world was washed away almost at the first rush of tho water througji the Unless tho break is stopped at once groat damage will be cause tho country threatened includes some of tho flnest farming lands in Sharkoy and Warren coun The Mississippi Valley railroad will also suffer both on tho main and the Riverside In the railroad omcials nxppct theline will bo washed away within fortyeight There is no doubt that tho flood will cover all fine plantations in the threatened and there is a like lihood also that Urepnvillo will be out The break is bad and the levoo is melting like a Rescuing parties in boats and skiffs have been organized at various The ne groes in the bottoms are panicstrioken and many of thorn will bo Live stock will drowned by tho thou as no provision has been made for removing them and tlm Government boats patrolling tho banks can do no more than rescue human March low lands of Mississippi and Arkansas seem to be IJPVPOS ave continually breaking and tlio flooils are practically beyond Work on tlio crevasse at Arkansas City has been which means devastation for that sec AHKAMSAS March Captain United States is fitting out a boat to go to the relief of tho sufferers at Laconia Awful devastation is reported Houses are surrounded by water and tho occupants have taken refuge on tho roofs or in tho top stories and are without A large amount of live stock is March the Sen ate yesterday the House bill authorizing the purchase of tents by the Sec retary of War for the use of the people driven from their homes in Mississippi and Louisiana by the pres ent floods and appropriating for the was March signal office yesterday afternoon issued following spncial river bulletin Within fortyeight it is expected that rainfall averaging half an inch will oc cur in the Missouri valley below Kan sas in tho Mississippi valley from Dubuque to and in the Ohio Tho high wutor of the Ohio will be or diminished only for five Tho flood in the lower Mississippi valley will continue undiminishodfpr ton days or A SttlionlIIoiiHe Destroyed by March The east side of tho public school at Mason forty milos southwest of burned Wednesday It was a twostory brick worth and was insured for All tho scholars wore marched safely out without acci Wheat March wheat throughout Southern Indiana is damaged by tho freezing weather from 15 to 00 per Wheat which had a good stand is Tho loss is upon hilly and poor rrofVi March Val ley Juiuiiiin lloUl and tins railway de at y were de by The loss is about Absolutely This powder never A marvel ol puri strength and More eco nomical than the ordinary and cannot bo sold in competition with the multitude of low short or phosphate Sow onluin BAKING POWDBH I OR Wall 24143 BURLINGTON WESTERN I fast Eunit it 3 2 Chicago exyreaa departs M 4 M 272tf PRIOK February Tho MANITOBA and Its braolios became the GREAT NORTHERN IF YOU AKK GOING TO THE FREE FARMS OF THE MILK RIVER TAICIt THK GREAT NORTHERN TO THE IRON AND COAL MINES OF TAKK THK GREAT NORTHERN TO GREAT THE FUTURE INDUS TRIAL CENTRE OF THE SO TAKK THK GREAT NORTHERN TO SPOKANE FALLS AND THE COAST TAKK THE GREAT NORTHERN LINE TO GRAND FORKS AND TAKK THIf GREAT NORTHERN TO ALL SOUTH NORTH CALI FORNIA AND MANITOBA TAKK THK GREAT NORTHERN For maps and apply to your home ticket ageut or write to and Ticket GKKAT NORTHERN STThn GREAT NORTHERN RAIL WAY LINE runs lis own ManniUceut Din iun 1alace Sleeping Special Apart ment Oars and Free Colonist Sleepers onDally Through SHORT LINE BETWEEN PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS ON TUB KANSAS CITY and ON THE THE ONLY ROAD OPERATING THROUGH CAR SER VICE BETWEEN THE CITIES TAKE THIS ROUTE FOR Mason Morning Spirit AND ALL POINTS IN AND THE PAR TO POINTS IN THE INCLUDING New Mexico and Indian Pacific Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars run on all through trains between Louis and Kansas City and Paul and No other Lino operates through car ser vice between tho cities This ia the popular route between the NORTH AND THE Its new and modern equipment Includes every known Insuring SAFETY AND For full information as to time of address nearest ticket or Gcnl OHkaloosa v nevripaper in U49 teotlon pri its so muny ai TBB it la medium which people expreu and supply iludr from Knoxvlllo and Intoimediate 9 4S passenger from DOS Conn ell Bluff In term Idnte passenger from Kansas Olty and Intermediate passenger from Chicago and mediate Accommodation from Washington and Intermediate fast from Knoxvllle and Inter mediate passenger from Kansas Olty and Intermediate pussenger from Dos ell Bluffs and Intermediate 1005 Accommodation for Washington and Intermediate Passenger for Kansas Olty and Intermediate o 16 Passenger for DOH Bluffs and Intermediate Passenger for Knoxvlllo and mediate Accommodation for Kuoxville and Intermediate Passenger for Chicago and Intermodlate Passenger for Des Council Bluffs and Intermediate o Passenger for Kansas City and Intermediate Passengers can leave here on 15 and con nect at Knoxvllle Junction for Des ar riving there at New and elegant day coaches and Pullman palace sleeping cars dally St Kansas City and Paul and Mason City and on and alter March Trains leave Oskaloosa south and 2 dally for City p M 4 mall for the east and A 6 local to l M 90 local to p 10 local to Peorht M 12 local to i dally to Paul and Minneap A M 3 mall to Mason P M 5 local from Albla to Mason Oityl2lo p M 7 local from Uivln to Mason City M Bl local to Miisoii M 11 local from Uivan to Mason Olty and 4 make connections ai Mason City to and from Paul and Minneapo lis via Trains 90 and 91 Dully oil north and souuth uo and 91 on eastern and Illinois all other trains dally except All above trains carry passengers when pro vided with T pGBARKYnager Traffic CHICAGO WESTEGN W OVER MILES Of steel track in Iowa DaKota and penetrates the Mining and Commercial Centre5 of the WEST AND The Unrivaled Equipment of the Line embraces Sumptuous Dining New Wagner and Pullman Superb day Coaches and FAST VESTIBULED TRAINS Running direct between Paul and Council Bluffs and connecting for San Francisco and all Pacific Coast ONLY LINE TO THE BLACK KILLS For Time Tables and full npply to any Tlckot Agent or ad dress tho Genl PuBscngur General TraffloIhniuor LEGAL BLANKS The following Blanks are kept in stool1 and for sale at the HERALD In Quantities to Suit LEGAIi Affidavit of Appeal Attachment Answer to Bull Ball Bond for Stay of Bond for Certificate of oonvibtn Chattel mortgage mr Gamlshee Justoei Justices Jmtioes Justices Juicioos Lease for olty property Leaie for farm property Aleobinlos charge Monthly report of In BTjANKJS toxioating liquors sold Notice ol damage by BB Notice of no Notice of Purchase of Land for Notice of Notice of Meohnalllen Notice Notice to Qamisheeto show Official Order of Protest Proof of debt with se Power of Replevin Lteleaseof Replevin Heplevln Search 3tay Shipping Warrant to Destroy Warrant of BOUND IN 60S AND Due simple Attorney compound Scale We keep he following cards on For For Sale Home for No No Admittance No Rooms to Terms FBIOB 10 OBHn BBIBF WOBK MADB A SPECIALTY Sflot above 01 will reoeiTe prompt atten for
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