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   Oskaloosa Evening Herald (Newspaper) - April 2, 1895, Oskaloosa, Iowa                                HE EVENING VOLUME NUMBER APRIL ESTABLISHED 1887 ING HATS I J In al Steward The and English Blocks in Stiff1 the Stanley and Stillson in THE LADIES AND GENTS V AT HIS Highest of all in Leavening Govt Report All Germany Seeks to Pay Homage to the Iron Congratulatory Messages and Gifts Galore Sent to Bismarck in Honor of His Baking Powder BLAZING Kentucky and Indiana Suffer from Forest WALL PAPER WALLPAPER PAPER fledge Brothers have their stock of Wall Paper sampled and are ready to wait upon the The largest and best selected stock in southeastern Prices never HEDGE BROTHERS 17 West High Leaders in Wall ABSOLUTELY PURE Many Lves Reported Lost and Much Property Destroyed Losses Reach Oskaloosa Plumbing 208 West High Plumbing and Gas Telephone 118 MCURDY fc Furniture and Undertaking At the Big Furniture North of Court Residence 716 East Residence phone 12 store phone WALTER PLUMBING AND GAS Copper and Galvanized Iron Metalic Sky lights and Fireproof THE KELLY SHOWER BATH This cut ehowa one of the many ways this Shower Bath Ring may be the many advantages of this over the old style overhead shower may be mentioned in the following A lady can uso It without wetting the In using it as shown in the illus a periou has the free of both arms as it rests on the There Is no splashing of wails or as the sprays or of water are direct ed inwardly aud How over all parts of the thu cleansing the body after the use of soap with the old style shower the water flows on the head of the person using it and spatters all over the and fills the ears and nostrils with Therefore you see the advantage over the old style It can be connected to any bath tub and at a price within reach to Building formerly occupied by the Star Bottling T T O IsT IE 5T S Special attention given to Probate and Real Estate Make Loans and Abstracts on most reasonable Have a large list of lands in Iowa and all the western states for sale on terms to suit D B N T I S Office and 218 High Avenue All operations apon the teeth performed by the latest improved An ele gant dentifrice for oleaciip teeth You Read You Title Clear IB1 NOT Abstractor and Examiner of Wllllfuralah you an Abstract and also assist you in correcting my A complete Bet of Abstract Books to all land and town lotB In Mahaska Office In and Traders Bank side April Prince Bismarck arose at Monday morn ing fueling vigorous and Schweniuger was the first to con gratulate him and presented him with a bouquet of The prince pro ceeded to the morning room where the members of the family were assemj Each member presented him with a birthday ger gave him a cask of Pschorr Huudrcils of Over a thousand containing presents for Prince have ar rived at the castle Twentythree postal clerks were engaged all day Sunday and until late Sunday night sortingthe messages of congratula the number of which is given of ficially at over Since an early hour Monday morn ing trains have been arriving hero loaded with visitors from all parts of the desirous of congratulating Prince Bismarck on his 80th Honored by The dispatch of congratulation which King Oscar of Sweden and Norway sent to Prince Bismarck alluded to the latter as the creator of German Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria was among those who Monday tele graphed their congratulations to the Wurtembure8 King Heard April king of Wurtemburg has sent an aideducamp with a letter of congratulation to Prince In receiving a depu tation from the gymnasium Monday the king praised Prince Bismarcks iierlin Celobrates the April of the public and most of the private buildings are bedecked with ilags and bunting in honor of the 80th birthday of Prince At all the schools the pupils assembled Monday morning h order to heatspecial Bismarck ad The pupils were then giver a Many of the business house are closed aud all the main streets aix crowded with Specia prayers for Prince Bismarck were of fered in all the Protestant churches in Germany Statue of Uismarclc April new statue of Prince Bismarck in the Augustus wan unveiled at The and the city in the vicinity were il luminated with electric A pro cession comprising several thousand persons paraded the Khliie Valley April noon Sun day the people of the Rhine valley united in honoring Bismarck at the national monmiienlon the national liberals and centrists took part in the The people of Rudesheim placed on the national monument a laurel wreath on which was inscribed A irateful The ceremonies con sisted of pa rades and illuminations at Immense crowds took part in the fes Residences and business houses were Festivities in honor of Prince Bismarck were held Saturday in Esseiimhr Brunswick and DIM HUTS in Honor of of the fea tures of the Bismarck celebration here was the holding of a commers organ bv the Reichstag Electoral union Sixteen hundred admirers of the prince were present and hundreds had to be turned away from the doors owing ti lack of Several th president of the house of of hcials and the elite of Hamburg society were Joy 1lrta on the Mountain April are pouring in from alt parts of the empire announcing that Bismarckian fetes lisivo been commenced with great Throughout Germany Sunday night joy tires were burning on the highest moun tain peaks und hills from the Baltic to the North sea and to the Swiss and Austrian frontiers on the from the Russian frontier on the east to the frontiers of Belgium and the Netherlands on the Never before in the history of the em pire has there been such a heartfelt ex hibition of love by the German raiser to Be Numed April emperor will po to Kiel ou Wednesday to witness the launching of a new cruiser which is to be christened NBW York NEW April Germans in New York celebrated the anniver sary of the birth of Bismarck Flags were Hying throughout the dis tinctive German district on the easl All the German societies and hosts of other Teutonic organizations celebrated in some form or most of the events occurring in the The two big German the Arion and the held fes tivities in their The two societies united in sending the fol lowing cable message to Bismarck To tlie man wlio united Thanks and greetings on his birthday from the singers and the boards of trustees ol th Aiion und Leidovltrauz AlliiueHota Semis April legis lature Monday morning passed a reso lution congratulating1 Prince Bismavcl on his 80th It Is to be cabled to the WILL DO HIM Preparations for a Testimonial to the Author of April the country the greatest interest is mani fested in the testimonial which is to be tendered to Samuel Francis the venerable author of The Boston demonstra tion will take place at Music hall both afternoon and April and among those present on the jccasion will be Green Senator Congressmen SUDDENLY TInexnncteil Utath In Chicago of the Cause April Caspar lies father of Washington the postmaster at died suddenly at his residence Sunday morning of lie retired lateSaturday night after finishing his work for Sun day mornings Stuats Zeitung in ap parently good Early Sunday morning his attendant noticed some thing wrong and sent for the postmas but the old gentleman died before he I Hosing born In tlio province of Olddenlmrif on ami fame to America In Chiclmmtl ho married and In 1851 the couple camo to Hn was actively engaged politics for many years and served as aasiKtant Bherifl of Cook His wife died tea years anil his only the Is vice president and editor of the Illinois became a prominent and Influen tial tlgurc In the west from tlie time he pur chased the StaatsXottune In A man of fearless nature and strength und tenacity of ho was heard In vigorous terms on all public Of luto lie had not heen active In public life and had devoted inuoh of his time to the restoring of charitable IIIDOHK which wastlie AUcuhulm a home for aueil WOMEN AT THE Morse and ONeil Mayor Cur George and many other state and city There will be thirtysix Grand Army posts represented and many of the towns and cities will send large delegations of school children to the The Handel and Haydn sociaty will also the Harvard Glee club and Jennie Patrick Baldwins cadet band will render patriotic The venerable author will tell his experience in com posing the popular and addresses will lie made by ex am TO MEET IN Annual Convention of tlin ICipiilllrun Nn tlonal Set Ior April William Tracy and Secretary Humph rey have issued i call for the eighth annual convention of the Republican National league at The ratio of representation will be six delegates at large from each stateand ter four from ench congres ional district and from each col lege republican league The busi ness of the meeting will include re ports from the ollieers of the the election of vice presidents and members of tlio executive committee for the ensuing the designation of time and place for tlio next general discussion of league club party policies and and the formation of a plan of campaign with special reference to the presidential SPAIN CALLS Strengthens OUT by Aililltioii of Her Army April Marshal Martinez Campos lunched with the queen re gent Sunday previous to his depart re for Owing to the dispatch the rcen iovcements of troops to Cuba the gov ernment has called out men ol the reserves in order to complete the effective strength of the April fish ing bark just in oft the Gull of Mexico reports having encountered two unknown heavily armed with cannon and apparently well equipped with all the munitions ol When hailed the boats made no reply and the being1 afraid to make any further made their escape from the locality as fast as It is thought the ships have some bearing on the Cuban revo lilR Deal in April and of have purchased acres of Potter county timber land from William and the timber and hemlock bark on another tract of These tracts arc estimated to contain feet of standing The timber lands of Porter county are now all in bands of the whose sawmills are at Aus Killed on u Kumnvny April the run ning I a trolley car on the mountain track of the Lehigh Trac tion near Satur three persons were instantly two fatally onehaving since and ten others more or less seriously Deno of JanUirbury April Robert Payne dean of Canter died lie was 71 years of Many of Tliim Cmit Thrlr llullotx Siliool 1Tcetlon In April many points all over the state come there ports I bat women casting a large ballot at the school In some places bad has kepi the women Here in this city the arc taking little or no part in the elec April was voting Monday for a justice of the supreme court to succeed Justice Me of who is seeking election on the dmeocratic hi opponent being Judge of and for two regents of the Uni vcrsity of FEAR A BEEF 1rloos nt riillnilrlplilii During the 1imt WenllH liiorenso 25 Per April fam the most alarming in the history of the trade for many threatens the entire eastern section of tlio coun Philadelphia consumers are suffering from excessive The price of live beef has increased 215 per during the past few as a natural the price of dressed beef took a correspond ing The meat exports from Philadelphia during the past two it is exceeded the usual ex ports for a whole Killed Two April Deputy United States Marshal Johnson and a posse of six men fought a gang of moon shiners in the mountains of liempstead county early Sunday After the smoke had cleared away the posse found the bodies of two of the captured a third alive and took posses sion of an illicit plant capable of mak ing twenty gallons of whisky a Hill and of the re ceived serious Four moon shiners Small ICtco AVur April Osage some fifty negroes and latter employed on the nearby government got into a dispute over a game of In a moment both sides resorted to the use of stones and coupling with the result that Nelson Brooks and Hufus both were prob ably fatally is intense and a small race war is mo mentarily Special of MUrionri April special from Jefferson City says that OMeara and other state officials were in consultation nearly all day Monday and the statement was made that Stone would issue a call Tuesday for the state legislature to meet in special session on April The call will be made with a view ol having the Fellow servant special election and other reform measures April most destructive forest fire ever seen here lias been raging a few miles back oi One person is known to have and the property loss will run into the hundreds of thou Nat a wealthy bachelor oi was lound dead in the smoking forest Saturday His horse came dashing into Victoria rider less at midnight Friday and it is supposed Ilend was thrown and so stunned that he was unable to escape and burned to April limner was burned to deuth in forest near Brunei1 was a member of the county board of April from points in western Kentucky and south ern Indiana report that the forest iires are still but definite information from any localities is The loss is estimated at 000 in Kentucky and less in The death of Henry Filer near Bowling and two negroes and that of in addition to those al ready make three white two negroes und one woman While the farmers have been plowing and doing1 everything to prevent the spreading of und there is no doubt of their toss and yet it is believed that greatly exaggerated reports of the fires have been circu April which had been started in a clearing on the a few miles northwest of were fanned by a gale and soon got beyond destroying thousands of dollars worth of a hamlet located on the line of the Louisville division of the Pennsylvania was partially de No accurate estimate can be given as to but it will amount up to many thousands of April has ar rived from the south and southwest part of this county of excessive loss by forest which originated from Iires started to clear fields for the All the barns and belonging to William Har vey Den bo and James Land were re duced to ashes and thirtyfour persons are The estimates of the loss is HAYS April de stroyed the better part of the business including seven stone and twenty frame Three blocks causing an aggregate loss INVITED TO Will NKW April efforts to break the will ot the late Hood Wright have Want to Hu April Attorney on behalf of the receivers of the whisky Monday afternoon filed in the ni ted States court a petition asking that Vlus stockholders be reimbursed for large sums said lo have been their on account of the extra profit which would have accrued from slop contracts let at a lnv figure to Xclsou Morris by the Gre nit Antllit volution April reichstay committee having charge of the anti revolution bill has adopted by a vote of 17 to H the entire bill with tbc amend ments agreed upon on the second read ing of that Irenlilrnt Inveliincii Sounil Vlnwi He April committee representing the soundmoney senti mcnt of the city of Chicago called at the white house at oclock Monday and formally in vited President and Cleveland to visit Chicago at an early Henry Bobbins was spokesman for the com mittee in presenting the was signed by 200 Chicago citi evenly divided but all believers in the sound money views ol the Can Ha Mayor for a April supreme court Monday morning handed down a list of fiftyseven among them being an affirmation of the find ing of the Kane court in the Aurora mayoralty The court holds that James is legally mayor oi Aurora and that Mayor who refused to give up the office to him two years was Battles is an empty as he can serve only a Wisconsin liauk tloien Its STEVENS April Commercial bank of this owing to an extended closed its doors Mon day Byron Parks was ap pointed The banlc closed its doors last summer during the but opened up The assets ara pxit at and the liabilities at Veaaol BUriind at NKW April Ward line steamer which arrived Monday morning from brought as pas sengers steward and three seamen of the threemasted schooner Nina of which was burned at sea while on tha voyage from Baltimore for March Will Pay the April tha coke operators in the Connellsville re gion on Monday morning announced that they would pay the 16 per advance in wages inaugurated by the Frick company about two weeks This will avert a strike in the The upon by Thomas ally Money Counters April Comptroller Bowler has decided that the bullion roll of the treasury department is no longer aud the sixty mostly upon it were Saturday Prices Cream Baking Powder Hlgbwt and Otpleouk N E w Y o u K A p r i is the name decided Kdison for his latest It is a combination of the wellknown kinetoscope and the aud it gives sound as well as Kublier to April United States Rubber company an to the trade an advance in prices of 5 per which is to prevail ior the coming   

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