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   Steamboat Rock Echo (Newspaper) - April 8, 1898, Steamboat Rock, Iowa                                irVl foLUME DEVOTED TO THE WeLFABBAND INTERESTS OF THE PEOPLE OF STEAMBOAT ROOK AND STEAMBOAT APRIL 3 A fcUMBtettU I THAT DLOWETH NOT HIS OWN VERILY WALL NOT BE BY SPECIAL DIRECTORY ilolleiiUbck is Mrs very Mlaa Nellie Turner is her vacation horow I Miss Ethel Kinstei is bpendmg her vacation at CLAY TOWNSHIP orlIOfcBS fLnlVcn just ico ottJio retire tLOTQrton JusUueot ilieFtiice ConaUiblu Assessor Ueik i j rurnei FLooKwood Neesseu uiiau teKIBli i if oarpentor JVloltlum IB Gearliart lKllrs timer p Ncuaona j L Ki urnii I BK Qearlmrt Srcenleat j ITurneri Wnyor Kecorder south I nortk i soutli k nortlii Council Assessor Treusiurer MurslmU Dlreotora Pecretary Treasurer a m H m p m 7 p m Mayor Olinstiaos tnatle business tiip to meetings in be M F chuich commenced Sunday night Sam DeMaun returned from his trip tP A number ot Eldui i eople attended meeting lime Sunday evening Miss Edna ot was the guist ot GPO the past C Turner and of were oveibunday visitors With rela lives E preaohing services very eyei liiii ai announcea from Pto week bnndij oliool every Sunday at f Miss i clip Pcnulnif brth1 League eveiy Sunday eveulng at 7 Wed preslUent OWA3A every Sunday moinlng or lannounoed from to wetk oi eyeiy Sunday ut 11 80 a in J jaclitni tervlces very Sunday at J lai sehool at a 30 p m J rtntendnt C Bi Wright pastoi Miss Lena of was the guest ol Neessea and family the hist part ot the ot bF was here to attend the funeial oi Dick inson and visited with lelntives a few Henry an old Shiloh Gruudy OBKMAN BAIT18T lesrular preaonlng services Kt steamboat every faunday at 2pm ana Sunday nlngs and evening as announced Horn week nk sundav soliool at l p m van B Y P V meets every toat 8 0olocK P K J de very and there is but little hopes hopes tor his The Sabuath school will give interesting Easter program Sunday morning at 11 Everyone is cordially invited to be Johu Haley and son Frank caroe downfroui to attend the funeral of Haleys They returned home Tuesday grim reaper Death has put in his work again during the week in community j and three of our set tiers have been summoned from our The special meetiuga i progress in the church are quite well at All Christian people are in viled come and help in these meet do all we to elevate btir feiipiy llirmeetlnB Satuiday In Tur or bcftire tUB lull moon MQeo W Has KX lodge No Meeting every other saay ngM C R W M secretary Ot i J 10 Meeting flrrt and bird lutadiiy evenings ot encli presidentv H J secretary DEVILS ie Barren Rook on Which Breyfng Spend tuff His I airi sure that when the north pole is discovered and with it tho pioverbial ScotBtnau he will bo found to be accom panicd by an Italian Italians arc the most ubiquitous race in tbowoild Here m lor I have found one who was imprisoned for IS years on Devils where Drayf iinuooent or now languishes A distin guished 74 years who has Joujjht his life m luJy and France lor the libeity of the is Qetieial Paolo libnldi of His family was originally and among his ancestors another Paolo Ti baldiS the well known was a luaslcr of Michael The general is still a well built with flowing white When I called on he entered With adminible quickness of memory in to the recalling all the details of bis adventurous life Devils is he with a twinkle in his is a devil ot a place live I was landed there on the bjre without a or other vegeta tion Foitunately all the other convicts m the island had been like political reasons They greet ed ma with warm and oue of them shared with me his hut until I built my which was 28 feet by 8 with thatch for a roof and beaten earth for a The furniture consist ed a bed without mattress a handful of straw for a pillow and two bigstones for chair arid writing life was spent with n tach taking his part of the hard work of try ing to cultivate the portions of the is land that seeined tbTe catch ing without firearms and fishing from the The government pro sent daily from adjacent Eoyal consisted of a pound and a half of the worst broacl for each con a piece of old meal or salt beans or a and six centi liters of a kind of We took turns as I gained quite a rep utation for preparing Italian dishes which I had learned to make when a volunteer the Italian war of 1848 against i is impossible to dascribe the tarings to which we subjected by Everybody is busy Elmer Pouts Visited relatives in El Frank Wit of spent m L GlasBcr and family spent Sunday ttith relatives nedi Mucy Fonts and wile made a flying trip to Miss Eva visited the Misbes T Misses May and Kate Zollar accom panied by was at low a Sdtnrddy j THE DIFFERENCE Between HIOH and LOJV readlfy Ti OF THB WORLD No 73 Meets flrat 3011 ID 1 uineri nail euoh Wluklittiit C C J B f Darrj t i f rOWA t take effect on and otter May 18 1697 j I TRAINS passenger to TBAJN9 OOIMO Ma passenger i Ho 0 ptissffigcr llo 4 passenger 405pm a m IS M m am pm L Aeent Council j The town council met in annual ses lion nt the city hall Monday The members were all Iu order the business of the evening 1 was dispdtohed and the council ad journed sine Mavorelect Christians and Council inenelect Turner tnd R Green were present and took the oath of M tyor Christfans then made his in augural which was listened to by a large gathering of who had assembled lor the purpose of wit messing the inauguration and listening to the address of the young All that Oir new mayor is 5 alaas and his address was bus iness like and to the point After calling the council to order the f administration proceeded to busi and then The trustees of Clay township met i board of review at the mayors Monday to over the assess AssesEor Ward well was and it appearing to the board assessments were well equal no pfippurplaints pciacle WFK In the cases of Henry Armstrong et al1 Cable against the same heard the district court at last court ordered the of the executions on certain real estate discharged and the matter of garnish mentis continued until the adminis can determine il the defendant the estate of istrator is directedjto husband of the for glO payable each and pay preferred Claims as set iorlb in application iit the home of his son one mile northeiist of Steamboat Tjiesday eyening at 11 iclock Mathias after a lingering his 74th Mr Jackson was born in Kentucky in 1824 and came to Hardin county in where he has lived ever the1 vicinity of Steamboat jacksoii was married in 1851 to llebecca who died years There are three children Mary Henry Jack son arid kiss Letha who mourn death their Two children the funeral was held Thursday at 2 at Upme pt his our cruel to their we were chained and kept for months on bread and water or beaten almostto death with aud so obliged to 7emain in ted nt a suffering Mazzim the had although abseu6 ed with me to deportation for on the charge of having conspired against thelife of Napoleon Ledrn iRolliu gave General Nino to organize an expedition to several attempts the Isind only served niy situation Contemporaneously the and public opinion France claimed my which I obtained nt arriving in timetofight for the French repnbHcaiid1 to have the sadprivilege ofsigning with Trocbn the capitulation of Paris to Westminster CAI With joy wo hail glad Easter Myeis was in Tues on Miss Minnie Bunker has been suiter ing frotn a severe cold the last two TheY P A the Abbott Evangel jcal held an inteiesting meet ing Sunday the theme being Martin Janesen is very busy nowa days shipping grain He shipped two car loads Wednesday and made another shipment STOLE A Tho Widow of JTamong General Who Needed Money to Some years ago the widow of a fa general was intimate with the wife and daughters of a justice of the supreme court and was as familiar with their home as with her mvi in the immediate neighbor She was also intimate withthe family of a prominent aud popular lob who was supposed to represent Jay Hnntington and other men of large interests whenever any thing concerned them in congress All the parties are now except the lady in the whom I will call Smith She was a ambitious and frivolous whose bnsband i at SEE 125 pair ladies shoes frer 50 pair ladies slippers poc per Lot of childrens all Fine muslin sc per XXXX 3 packages for j Bargains in mens Get there quick before the choice is Fine new line of dry IWILIIAMSON TjURNER BLOODEID STOCK tuciuda N til toft wife of the lai e James died at her home in Steamboat April after a lin of cancer of the Lucinda Piper was born in Worcester iu She moved with her parents to Morgan where she was united in marriage to In 1840 they emigrated to Davis where they lived until when thej removedto Hardiu where she has since She was a member of the wliile she lived in She was a good patient sufferer during her rilie leaves nine children to the loss of a affectionate Jonathan Dickinson died at the home of Harry in Steamboat after a long was born hi July from where he moved to He was married to Julia Weiler at Nor They came to Steamboat liock in where they have lived ever Dickinson died Jrih had twochil who here in the prime rtf life about seventeen yenni and Lena Queen ills rnaylooic at the there the license It isnot permissible to laugh in the face of The gentlemen of the Philadelphia Produce Exchauge their re cently enjoyed a pleasant excursion to are no exueptious to this which seems to apply to all royal reyardless of Es CJucou Liliuokaiani of Hawaii still con siders herself a royal personage aud she maintains a small court about her in her apartments in the Ebbitt at Every evening aitur dinner she repairs to the public parlor of the hotel and holds iufprnial recop is glad to meet espeoialr ly American who care to shake hands with her i Among thosoof the Produce Ex change party who took the opportunity Of meeting her last week were James president of the and several ladies of his They chatted with for a few and then moved off to a die1 committed by drowning himself in his She lived a gnylife of her old Knowing her love of money andthe fact that her income did not koep pace with her thelobbyifit told that give her if get him a copy of the opinion which the justice was expected to deliver iu the supreme couit on the following ing the constitutionality of theThur man Pacific railroad He told her tbafhe the opinion was in manu script and believed that the judge had it looked up in the desk in his Sunday as soon as she saw the justice family start for she across the around Thomas rang the bell and told the servant that shewanted tp look at a book in the justices As she to go about the house almost daily they thought noth ing of she was allowed to re main undisturbed the same room the decision for nearly two It is1 supposed1 that she had n for the justice said that theopin ion was locked ip in bis desk and bould not have been reached But at any rate the lobbyist is known to have obtained the opinion in aud the woman was shortly after able to payoff some pressing An investigation disclosed the facts I have and it seemed to be the only possible way the opinion could have been Of course the incident terminated relations between the two and when the story pjot out about town Smith found it more Bomfprtable to rent her Washington resi dence and remove to New cafib Equal to They tell in London about the Countess who was married four times One evening she appeared at the opera in Dublin during 0 Your Will fit you out with tlie best harness for as little money as any dealer iu Eepairing neatly and promptly done while HERM FOR ALL KINDS OF O THE her fourth husbands occupancy of after chief forgot all about They were talking over one of tho amusing events of the the recollection of which prompted the ladios to laugh rather In stantly the esqniions dusky secretary stalked across the and scowling upon the party What for yon laugh at my queen The ladies were said We were notlangh ing at your XeByou langh at my the The queen herself looked Ferguson left the rind thenthey did la ugh at the and her phia 48t TfW tne An audacious catching sight of her latlyehip iu one of the shouted out with real Irish Lady which of the four did you like best The countess was equal to the occa Without a moments hesitation rose her seat and exelaimed of remark which naturally brought down the STEAMBOAT ROCK ROLLER MILLS HEtiRYLUIKEN The emotional litterateur just written a piece of which ho was very The editor looked it over nad then said J2o you such ppiaions goiuto JUSTIVE OF rEACE Keal insurance and eollecMng will and general ro nilwlii m u inny cononrn wnt t or j Ijst nt of Ilnrrtin upri puWloly mirt nvRnfols Id wl I 0 Are after the custom of the surr o u n d i n g Buck wheat grinding a Bring us your milling satis factiou guar BENSON Builders nmtenal Stoves linwaiB Call en tht Old Only lunch counter in town Make Comttton Error 11 The place to get the best Grain Coal Farm At Reasonable   

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