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   Oskaloosa Evening Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1895, Oskaloosa, Iowa                                THE ti VENING VOLUME NUMBER THURSDAY APRIL NEW SPRING HATS The and English Blocks in Stiff the Stanley and Stillson in In all Steward THE LADIES AND GENTS ALL ONE Chicago Republicans Elect Their Mayor and Many The Vote in Mich Nebraska and Highest of all in Leavening Govt Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE WALL PAPER WALL PAPER Kdfcp PAPER Hedge Brothers have their stock of Wall Paper sampled and are ready to wait upon the The largest and best selected stock iu southeastern Prices never HEDGE BROTHERS 117 West High Leaders in Wall April result of Tuesdays election gives Chicago a re publican city a repubr Mean city council and republican gov ernment in all the It was a clean The civil service reform law has been adopted by a majority of over I The reformers have won their tight j and the new measure will have a j Swifts victory is the greatest ever accorded to a mayor of Oskaloosa Plumbing 208 West High Plumbing and Gas Telephone 118 Republicans have elected mayors in the following Wisconsin cities Ash River Marsh Black Uiver Lake Centralia and Democrats won in Mineral Du Prairie du Fox Shawano and Beaver The following towns and cities voted or license lirod Uehland Bar River These towns voted Vi Waukesha coun y Hay Voted to GKOROE IVTCURDY Furniture and Undertaking At the Big Furniture North of Court Residence 716 East Residence phone 12 store phone AFTER A The Terrible Crime of a Young Man Near He Kills His Two Chums and As saults Their Scour ing the Country for JOHN PHONE 144 Office on Market St Near South Spring John Melone We are headquarters for the best German and English Louisville Ivory Plastering Ash Grove and M arble Head Lime in We receive a fresh car of lime each week and store it in our airtight lime Everything in the Plastering Liine complete and prices the Parties contem plating buildingcement walks will save money by coming to WealMO handle and everything in the feed 33 per ceLt saved by getting your Furniture Upholstered and Repair ed I have an elegant line of Coverings to select New Pictures aud Frames for the Spring feet of Boom Mouldings latest paper this spring without using some of our new Shade it you would be in Use only my Celebrated CHARLES 206 First Avenue Iowa T T O ICT IE 3T S I Special attention given to Probate and Real Estate Make Loans and Abstracts on most reasonable Have a large list of lands in Iowa and nil the western states for sale on terms to suit Office and 218 High Avenue All operations upon the teeth performed by the latest improved An ele gant dentifrice for teeth foi You Read You Title Clear WI Abstractor and Examiner of Will furnish you an Abstract and also assist you In correcting any A complete set of Abstract Books to all land and town lots In Mahaska Office In Farmers and Traders Bank aide He 1ms been elected by a plurality of over over his democratic op Frank Roy republican candidate lor city ran several thousand votes behind his but was elect ed by a handsome James Van Cleave for city Adam Wolf for city treasurer and Charles Neeley for circuit judge on the repub lican were elected by majorities equal to From returns received it is flgurec out that the city council will stand po litically as follows 50 17 In tho Dispatches announce republican vie tories at the followingpoints in Jlli iiois Bridge Clin Clay Dan Mount Ver Na Hook Watseka and Democrats were successful in the following1 towns Bow Sprlng Tuylorvllle and 1opulists or nonpartisan tickets won in the following Rumsey and KvHUlt Iii April Bult of the most bitter political fight held here in years the dem ocrats succeeded in electing Marion U Woodruff for mayor over Harts and John Rames is ulso elected for bnt it is believed the republicans have elected the other They get a majority of the Two negroes ran on the republican for justice of the peace and one for alder both being Party EAST April peoples party city representing the law and order sentiment as op posed to Monte Carlo gambling and race headed by Bader for was elected Tuesday by a large majority over the citizens upon which Mayor Stephens was a candidate for a fifth term as 1arty politics were Uepuulican Elected to April con gressional election to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Post passed off the city and town ship elections being the absorbing George the repub lican was elected by about plurality in the KopulillvHii Victory in April munic ipal election turned nil the city offices but two over to the Dem ocrats are stupefied with the result and republicans are Of the twentyeight members of the house of delegates chosen Cronin of the First and Hnrke of the are the remain der being Six repub licans at largo were elected to city which will now be unanimously as seven republicans arc tlie holdover The average republican majority in a total vote of is April election in Milwaukee and the state was very quiet and a small vote was Tho result in the city of Milwaukee for su preme court justice is as follows Wins low Clementson Winslow carries Milwau kee Racine gives him At this hour it is deemed probable that is Jn this city the vote for other officers is as follows For judge of the municipal Wallber Nye for police Neelen Bruess Frank Wal ler for clerk of municipal no opposition GUEKN April Bay and Fort Howard on Tuesday voted to The name of the lew town will be Green A non partisan municipal ticket was Michigan April of Mondays election show a steady in crease in the republican majority for justice of the court and re pents of the It is now be lieved that Moore is elected su preme justice by The main interest centers in the Third congressional consisting of Hranch and tlillsdale The latest re turns here indicate the election of Milnes by from to ma jority over Julius Burrows won in this district in 18U4 by over The republicans have held their generally in the city and township Ill MIllllPHOta April held Tuesday in most Minnesota cities outside of Minneapolis and So far as politics is con cerned the result was pretty dost to a At Albert Lea tin election amounted to n municipal rev The independents earriec electing Gillsup mayo and voting in favor of license At Fcrirns Falls democrat elected Thoimis McLean mayor At Hastings the people the bit ii their turned down both the democrats and the ivpublicans and eected George At Mankato hMgitr the candidate of the republicans and was elected Three of the aldermen are democrats and three At Faribault the republicans elected Sheffield but the democrats got two of the four There was a overthrow at the pro hibitionists License carried by 138 and all of what was known as the whisky ticket was At East Grand Forks Rinehart defeated Hugh Dunlery for by W ma At Crookston Melvin 11011 was elected mayor over Brown Ilrat in Thirty April city elected a republican 1or mayor Monday for the first time in thirty Ad dison Youmans is the Excepting an alderman and the assess or the entire republican and reform ticket was April lines were not drawn in municipal elections in Nebraska in many but when they were the republicans ex cept at Hastings and where the democrats carried the The question of granting saloon licenses was the leading issue and was favored in fourlifths of the Frank Graham was elected mayor of Lincoln by a large Tho vote was heavy with no striking feat The populists showed no strength where they had tickets Ill April municipal election passed off with but a few minor It is con ceded the republican ticket is elected by Thomas McMur ray heads the winning ticket for The count will not be com pleted till Returns from the smaller towns of the state nearly all show republican Given Damage for April Amy West has been awarded dam ages against Moses Deskins and wife in a suit for Deskins family had circulated defamatory stories about Miss and the case has at tracted no little attention ns all pur ties were well ILLINOIS The Torrenn Land Title Bill the In the April The senate passed tlie Torrens laud title bill Wednesday morning wltU only three dissenting This measure provides for the simplification of the land transfer system o the abolishing the necessity uf abstracts and of costly examinations of and substituting In their place a sys tem of registry by which It becomes as easy to sell or buy a parcel of land as to transfer a registered government bond or a bunch of Senator Bogurdus introduced u bill to cover the defects In his trainrobbing anil it was ordered to a second read Senator Greens bill preventing other thtui the attorney general and Judgment creditors of building mid loan associations to letltion for a receiver was advanced to a third A bill appropriating for payment of employes was April order was suspended in the and bills on sec ond reading were taken Among the meas iros advanced wns that Introduced by Repre sentative provides that county commissioners may take children from poorhousos and contract with persons for their Another bill advanced was that of providing that any person committed to jail on a criminal charge and not admitted to ball shall bo tried within three months a tho date of commitment or set at If be no term of court wltlilii four months of tho time of tho tlie prisoner shall be tried at the first term or set WORK OF THE Itoonu County Heavy TLatt Irom a April Uoone county was struck by a cyclone Mon day wbicli did much damage to prop but caused no loss of life so far us The storm seems to have been entirely local iu its nature uud was eon lined to the It first struck the village of where a num ber of small buildings were wrecked and a dozen hogsheads of tobacco blown into the At Bigbone the damage was more The Big Spring hotel was completely wrecked as was the Methodist Numerous barns and outhouses were blown Samuel a 9ynarold was struck by a Hying board and had his leg Many horses and cattle were killed and A farm wagon belong ing to Jacob Richards was carried 2 miles by the The little town ol was almost completely wiped only one house being left school and church were demolished and a number of per sons none CAUGHT IN of Leonard NEW April cablegram re ceived in this city Tuesday announced that Leonard the widow of Leonard had diet during the day at Tunbridge Jerome was a Miss Clara Hall before she Died ur the NEW April Thomas Jones was preparing her ballot at a polling place here Tuesday morning she fainted and striking her head heavily against the She died in a short having ruptured a blood of Four Men Hiully Wanted In Various April city de tectives have arrested four men whc are said to badly wanted in dif ferent parts of the Theii names are Larry Harry Edwards and Frank alias The llrst three have operated having to theii credit a diamond robbery at Baton Rouge and another of about the same amount at New Orleans the past They are believed to have been connected with several bank rob beries in Ohio and the eastern states Clark is an escaped convict from the Utah They are being held for requisition King is an oldtime bank was arrested May for robbing the Exchange bank in Denver of but returned part of the money and squealed on his accomplices and was not by Uoiiifittlx April Eliza beth who killed her twc children at the 1ark hotel was examined by Cormier in inquest Tuesday She was perfectly calm and showed no signs oi relating the story of her do mestic the disiegiird of hei husband for her anil the liei conclusion to end her misery and theirs murder and and how she carried the plan into Suffrage SALT LAKK April woman suffrage clause in the proposed constitution of the new state of Ituh passed Tuesday by tin oferwhelmiug It now goes to third but is not liable to be An amendment favoring the submission ol the clause to the vote of the people was defeated by u vote of 70 to Detroit ProHsmon April 15C press helpers anil job press men employed in the various job print ing oHiees throughout the city have quit The men have made a ile maud for un increase of wages which was refused by their All of the larger job printing concerns are April most atrocious double murder and attempted criminal assault occxirred 4 milesnorth west of this city James Walters and Samuel Cox live on adjoining Cox is a and his daughter about 17 years keeps house for He had two George and aged 19 and living at Newton about 11 years son of James was evidently infatuated with Dolly but the latter did not care for Gets the Young Walters went to the Cox place and wanted the two boys to go rivewith him after started taking a gun with Cox was absent on business and the girl was left at the house noon Walters retvirned to the house alone aim told Dolly that he and her brothers had caught some squirrels and wanted a box to put them The girl went into the yard after a squirrel and Walters fol lowed her catching threw his arms around pointing a pistol at told her that he would kill and informed her that her two brothers had been The girl begged for her and after some parleying managed to get possession of the She threw the weapon away and ran to one of the and Walters Huiitlne tlin Word was brought to town and par ties left for the scene of the The body of the older Cox boy was found in a sitting posture against a with a bullet hole in the hack of his He was but uncon lie regained consciousness long enough to tell that young Walters shot Near where the older boy was found were traces the younger boy had been and his body dragged to the river and thrown The body has not been Pos for TRAMPLED TO Sad Fate of Two Near South LA April a run away accident near South late Tuesday two children of James Hicks were trampled to Hicks and Ids wife were thrown from the both sustaining serious the exact nature which it is impos sible to learn at this Tne horses took fright at a passing train and were soon beyond Hicks made made every effort to save the New VcHsels AlmoHt April navy de partment haw made the following of licial statement of the condition of new war vessels April The figures rep resent the percentage of completion per cent 9H 9ii 00 HO Ore 80 87 85 Gunboat 31 Gunboat Gunboat Death of an April David the venerable exeditor of the New York Journal of died at his home in this city IalU an Kxtra JEFKKKSON April Stone has issued a call for a special session of the state legislature to meet on April Prices Cream Baking Powder Pel York City NEW April Strong in a message to the aldermen on the citvs finances declares that by meth ods peculiar to Tammany a large part of the citys expenditures which should have been met in 1891 and have been forced over to this Also that illegal assessments for great sums have been declared thus further loading up the present admin Are Alnumt MACKINAW April Open water extends from the lower end of the straits to half a mile above McCulpins No open water is in sight above It is expected that the straits will open by April and a heavy wind will open navigation at any time Two Men April by the upsetting of a skiff either by accident or the result ol a drunken two young sup posed to be John Brotia and Thomas both residents of this were drowned in the Monongahela AVIieat Shortage April indi cations at present are that the wheat output of this state this year will be short about Thin will result from the fact that the soil will be put by the farmers to other Jlrllimry April Spreck els sugar refinery closed Tuesday for an indefinite Tlie refinery has a large stock of sugar on and thought it advisable to stop entirely rather than work on half llnrun Were April Roacoe who was so terribly burned in tier home on March Is Heath was a daughter of the late Commodore of New York AiitlKettlut Kill April assembly bill prohibiting all book bets and wagers has passed the 9 It now goes to the   

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