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   Webster City Tribune (Newspaper) - August 24, 1888, Webster City, Iowa                                WEBSTER CITY TRIBUNE EVIRY FRIDAY ftpr County and of Sutnopiptlon ptrYiirir If li OCT8UJE OF OF la WEBSTER HAMILTON AUGUST ECONOMY PRINTMHODSil FIJKST JOD OFFICB IITIIR DEALER IN LEGAL BLANKS ITIllllllNK nilOIIND IXOOM ft MARTIN ft taoil la MwMiub BHwkup nalrb CHASE ft front Drai lit AN AND promptly ifl JHT8IOIAN AND All promptly ANI JT Call prompt VWIIIbgntnTali D r attended to day or lrsburr orory 1SI SYRBNA Dluuei or LadlM nd Ohll dron OIBo and two lAiora north or Calla uswerad pay or teJ1 Attorniy DliMMi ol cattle and horiu a cried t reaionible ratei la Hamilton and idjolnlni omce at loar atllei ioulh of lalei In and adjolnlnx countlei at naioaable Bitlidotlou Addreii HAOAX VeWer Cltj Brick 4 Tile WorU Graduate Dept Iowa Oollege Veterinary Physician and All calli by letter or telefraia pronpllf OOoeand Innrnary Oppoelte Cooai ebiter Insurance and Loans LEE SON Seninl ImniiN FARM INSURANCE A SPECIALTY lo ee tatpraved Tami and Vewa bnilieie lleeea t Leee Jewelry Webiter city llml Frank v Merchant A Ptrfttt Fit GnaraHUttll FirstClast KtliabU Mat trial and Very Lowest Prietit TTEBSTKR SERVIS AT THE NEW WAGON AND BLACKSMITH SHOPS Lecnleil two doors south of Chryjtie Younkaot lumber t Are BOW iendy to do all kinds of WAGON WORK AND SMITHING to nt reasonable PLOW WORK A We want all our old frlondi to call and too and everybody else that may neoil good at fair 43113 SERViS A Norval Notary Beal to on improved Small amounts on Chat tie Wild im proved dwellings and Va cant lots for Sale or also firstclass Insurance doors south of Post Seneca Webster BOOTS AND SHIPP MILLERS Boot and Shoe Store 18 HONEST GOODS FAIR PRICKS I Hlliri Farmers and overybodyl You can now buy your direct from tha and save mon at the new Crooked Creek Yards In Webster WA11 grades of coal sold from the bin or or delivered to any part ot the SPECIAL RATES BY CAR Gall and Learn 19tf THE STAR A specialty made on private work for par ties and CHICAGO MORTH WESTERN tha Oentara of Population In NEBRASKA AND TRAIN SERVICE lo carefully arranged to meet ol local aa well aa to furnlah the moat attractive Routes for throuih travel between Important TRADE Ite EQUIPMENT of Day and Par lor Dining and Palace Sleep Oara a without Ita ROADBED la ol atonoballaated The NorthWoetern IB the fa voriteroute for the Commercial the Tour let and the feokero after New in tho Golden Detailed Information cheerfully turnlahed by TraOo Pimngir EDBRUN STOCK Miles South of HAMIMTON One of thj largest Herds of Fure Bred Short Horns in the Country Numbering Over One Hundred The Bulls in Use are the EICHLY BEED ROAN DUKE LORB HARRINGTON OF ERIE AIRDRIE DUKE Stock of Any Age oTseratTeTy ReasonaWe Prices f Wo IIUYO olt u fow very Poland China young t i paper taken 19 are cordlftll v i IN Now York Stnto two hundred nnd fltteon poopo nro serving Hfo ponnl son NnlljToVnnts hns booomo rich through thu death ot his CHARLES VILUKHS hns boon n mem ber of every llrltlsh PniHnmont for flftythroo SIIKHIDANS Illness loalod elghlyflvo Gnrflolds sovontynlno nnd Grants nnd Arthurs nbout twelve NEW YORKS police foive now mini beis In the lust quarter this foieo nrrcwted of whom onehalf were UENIIV tho noted rail road oporutor and Is credUcd with an ambition to send nn exploring expedition In Bench of the South A NEW YORK reporter wns forcibly robbed of n diamond stud nnd n silver handled Reporters do get BO oaielcsa about parading tholr sur KDWIN BOOTHS only Is with sweot fneo nnd childlike Sho Is wholly ubsdrbeil In hor bus Two T1IUU8ANH people siibliitJJio hnnd of Ccnteniirlun Colonul George 113 with his ngod ninety ho received his friends nt iv fow days who succeeds Gonofnl wus born In Chnutnuqun Septem ber nnd graduated nt West Point July In tho sumo oluas With WHEN n Moxlcnn editor HIIJB somc thliiR thnt tho leading Uovornmont ofllciuls dont like they lock him In tho City of Mexico ono prison Is full of nnd tho City of Chthimhua Is following tho MIKSM widow of Frederick I linn nn annual In come of 1 of whluh IB derived from Sho will he obliged to mnko Germany hor nominal residence nnd to visit Berlin every TIIK sonserpent Is said to bo sum morlng In the At nny rnto tho fnrmors wonder why dead cnl tie loft by tho river become so soon di vested of Some fishermen who saw him said ho switched his tall with u loud TwKSTVTHo THOUSAND forest trees composed the great Nova Scotia mil that was successfully anchored In Eric Now the other The logs are to bo used mostly In pier The cost of thn shipment was from to THE most Interesting of tho fourteen hundred prisoners at the Ohio Stnte Penitentiary arc nine Apaches lately received from the San Carlos Reserva They are nil committed for murder or attempted Cap tain Jack has thirty yonrs to CAITAIN ROLAND for eighteen years yachting reporter of the Now York who died recent ly at Shelter when no cotnpunylng tho Atlantic Yacht Club on Its annual passed away In a telegraph olllco with his halfwritten report of tho race before TUB lute Thomas Cnniey was the second Governor of the State of Knn and tho Oral to Thorp have been ten In Wnoy took olico in nnd whtn the credit of tho Stale was ruined and its bonds wore scarcely worth twentylive cents on tho Ho atbnco pledged his own vast wealth to the States credit and floated bonds almost at A WIFES faithfulness deserves hon orable recognition at all and a beautiful illustration of this comes from Abo thoWqUh Mountain is serving a twelve year term In tho Kustorn Hecontly ho foil sluk and sent to his wlfo to comu to She hud no money nnd lived sixty miles but she walked tho entire distance In two her two twin daughters with She made forty miles of her jour ney tho first HENIIV WAIIO UKECIIEK has changed little since tho death of her though she Is seventysix years She Is Hying at a hotel hv The Ueochor house at Peoksklll remains and Boechar goes there only occasion It Is said that Booohor de sired to spoija tho summer but her sons opposed as they feel unable to support so large an establishment and tho beautiful placo shows signs of Daocbors Income Is only fifteen hundred dollars per HKNIIY of has completed what Is eiud to bo the smallest locomotive In tiio world that runs upon a rail or by It la made of stool and contains The weight Is ano uiia a half length of on fflno HJ with 12 Inches 8 Inches gauge of track 1 Inches diameter of 610 oi an Inch stroke of j Inch di ameter of drive 1J inches di ameter of truck j It enn bo run a mile In twentytwo drawing A VOUNQ man recently appeared In Brooklyn court with grievance of lie hud met an old rejected sweetheart on the and her oxceas of joy was so powerful that In kissing him sbo drew ft loose tooth entirely roe from Its Tho ypunsr man thus deprived of his molar t thought that there method 4n her mad style of on that she was tak ing revongo for slight Tho court aid not assess but advised thq womun to put ftdura pw pn tbo draught pf her THE Compiled From Late FIFTIETH b 11 wns Intro ilucoil In tho Kennte to iloflno truma nnd punlfth persona connected with Tho flsliorks tronty fiulhor In tho llouso n bill wna Introdiiooil pluolnn on tho pension roll Uonornl Hherlilnna widow al tho nito of n Most of tho day wus In on Inoiroittml nt fort to sccuro nnd hold a quorum on tho Fortltlcntlons rosolutlon wnn In the Sonnto cnlllnif on tho Hoc rotary of thn Treasury for a slntoiuoiit of tho niuouiiU ilopostcil In Niittomil banks on August Tho llshcilos trouty win further In tho HOIIRO tho tlmo wns orciiplod In coiiHtilin IIIR tho Kortlllontloii ronfuronvn rciwrt un tho Army Aliproprlntlou bill nitrooil o by tho The orlos tronty further la thu lluiiso tho Fortlllentlon bill but nil offorts to trminnct nny othor buslnoHa wore dofoutol because of tho Inck of n tho Poimlo a bill wus uiisnod prohibiting tho mulling of ousccno or llboloun mulUir In trnimpiir out It wns ngrood to voto on tho llHhorlcn treaty next Ad Journod to tho In tho Homo Illlbua taring tactliM on n to uniilgii certuln for tho connlilorntlon of gon crnl pension loglnlutlou anil to tnko up tho Oonornl Dollcloncy bill roiisuincd moat of the Donixo July Inst brouilstud axjtortsttff Rregatwl Invuluo for tho sumo month nnd for tho sovon months omlcd July 111 past ngulnst durliijt tho corrospondlng seven moutbs of PlIESInEST Oil tho 14th Issued nu orilor plnclng Mnjortionoral Mohnllold la couimnnil of tho with head quarters nt Amorican party on tho Kith mot In Nntlonnl convontion In A split WIIH cnliHOil on tho question of iopro and all tho iloloKiitus oxvopt thoso from Now York nnil California with Thoso rimmiulng nonnnntoil linn oral Jninos of New fur nad Jaiuos of Tonnes for Tlio plutform fa vors tho nbolltlon of Hio initnrullzntlon demands that no paiipcia nor Insane persons shnll bo allowed tcuouui to this dtinounoos nllen ownership of nnd free tcehnical schools for American t TiiKnn were 151 business failures In tho United Htntcs during thosovcn ended on tho uKnlnst tho previous sevon Tho total fnlluroi In tho United titntcs from Junniiry 1 to datu U In UIIDEIIS woro given Admlrnl Uico on tho 17th to proceed to Iort uu to protect Amorloun Interests In tho Iliiytlon on account of tho stuto of martial law which THE tho Investigation Couimlttco In Now York Irish InimlgrnnU tostlllcd on tho 14th that they were In duced to coma to this country by VOSHU agouti who told fubulolls talos of tho inonoy that could bo oarnod Ox tho ovonlng of tho Mill James lllaluo arrived at nnd his follow townsmen gave hlia an outhuslastic Os tho 14th ono of tho most torrlltc storms known on Mount in tho hnrrlcnno attain ing n velocity of nearly one hundred uillot an hour and tho temperature being very THE National Prohibition headquarters woro on tho 15th removed from Chicago to New York THE Republicans of Connecticut mot at Jtnrtford on tho 15th nnd nominulvd n fctato with Morgan of for Tho platform adopted Indorses tho Chicago nominees and favors liberal pledges tho party to further legislation to restrain nilil dochires hosttl to tho theories of free trnilo and tho Democratic Idea of thrift for revenue Nnw YOIIK Democrats will hold their State convention at Buffalo Hopteinbor Ix a fog off Hablo Island on tho 14th tho steamers Uolsor and Thingvnlla uf tho Thingvulla traiiBAtlaatlo lino and QUO hundred and nineteen poiAons wore Tho llolsor sunk In live minutes after tho accident 801110 of tlio passen gers and crow escaped to the which also btidly in lured and threat ened to go when tho stoiunor Wle laud cnino to Iho Tho Wlolnnd ur rlved nt tho port of Now York with the survivors on tho The Thlngvalla put Into AuoLiii a clork at tried on tho llith to shoot his and thon killed his wlfo and Jealousy was the Ox the 17th Deacon ugod nlno ty his slstor nnd woro Instantly killed by lightning at and tbo barns and buildings woro TUB total number of persons lost In the recent collision between the steamers Thingvulla Witt on tho 17lh placed at ono hundred arid Tho loss of tho Golsor and cargo was placed at Till Amorican linr la ses sion ou the 17th at cloeUid David Dudley of Now presi and jonoral of ono of the JOHHIMI McDAy and MIssKato Arm of North woro burned to death on tho I7lh as n result of starting a lire with WEST ANO wore wade on tho 15th as follows for Congress Thirteenth Illinois Major Jnmos Connolly Hop Eighth Iowa James Fllok Eleventh Iowa Hi Htru bio roaomlnntod Eleventh Indiana Uoorgo Hteolo renoinl natod Ninth Ohio Cooper reuomlnutod Fifth Houth Curollaa Hemphlll ronoml natod Hocovd Maryland Theodora Long TniiKll Jamos Jamos Hcoll and Joff woro lynched by a party of outlaws la the southwestern part of Apache on the The affair grow out of tho recont war between tho snoop and cattle TIIB Michigan Union Labor party con vened In Detroit ou llio 15th and split Into two factions over tho report of the Com mitlco on Thu delegates who withdrew held a separata convontion and Indorsed the Tho antlfuslonists remained and put In the field the following ticket For llov Wildman Mills LieutenantGov Pnul Warren i Booretary of Ooergo McAllister Bin to Jamos Wlnnoy John Kablo CoromlBBlonor of Land Uulvlu Scott i Euporlntondont Public DKMOOiUisof MlnnosoUi hold their con vention on the JBth at Paul andnom inated Wilson for The platform Adopted eulogizes and Thurmau and tho Presidents Administra and declares that tho abolition of u nupeiBuous tovomio by tlio loductlon of the excoislva tuxoa upon nccoetarlos Is the proeminent UtUo of the TueDtooorats In convention Dalian OB too nomtnatod for Oovurnor and Whooler for Lion A proposition for n con stitutional eotivontlon received only 00 votes nut of will hold a National con vontion nt Cincinnati on to nominate candidates for pnd JOSEIII HnsKNiiniiu and James Louisville attempted on tho llith to arrest Charles a desperado who wns his when Dllgor stubbed both of them AT tho National convention of Insur ance Commissioners on tho 111th nt Madl of elected IiKAitlNd heavy hardware jobbers of tho West mot In Chicago on tho IfHh nnd gnnltod aNatlonnl tho object being to oppose tho formation of com bination nnd of was elected president THE Wyoming Territory Hupremn Court on the Itlth decided that woman sulTrago In the Territory was TUB Chicago mullbox Frederick von said on tho tilth thalthoro was nil International band of mall thieves In and one Charles Kdwards was Implicated nt tha head and front of tho Ix convention at Omaha on the hrnskn rrohllHtlonlhtn nominated a Btato with tluontn lllgolow for Gov Tho plat form demands tho repeal of liquorlicense laws favors tho ropcnlol tho Internalrevenue tnx on liquors nnd a speedy nnd thorough reform of tho and demands the elective franchise foi ON tho llith Chief of tho Klokn his sOuuw and live chllilron wen killed by llghlnlng In his cabin on tha reservation near DtaincBATs of West Virginia met at Ttonhyrtan nnd nominated llnmks of Tho platfovn Indorses tho tiomil ticket nnd Ox tho llith of was nominated for Congress by tho Twentieth district of tho Fourth Missouri dis trict on tho tilth nominated Major llnrtwig for Ix Northern Minnesota nnd Dakota a heavy frost fell on tho OWKXH and his son wore killed while digging n well on tho 17th near and Owens died soon after from the AT thu session of tho National Com maiulury of tho Hons of Votorans on tho 17th In Goorgo Ab of was elected Commaador AT Little Hugh Hlachman wns hanged tm the 17th for tho murder of n friend In May and Alexander Wood colored was oxocntcd nt for thn murder of his wlfo In Ix New Ibcrln and Lafayette parishes in Louisiana tlio raco war cut minuted on tho 17th in tho killing of thir teen FOREtCM Ox tho llcnerul Von Moltko was re tired from tho coinmnnd of the Gorman armies and wns succeeded by General Ox tho 14th thirty on routo to mado a dosporato attempt to es cape nt Klovon woro ton wounded nnd six had on tho 15th over thrown tho Uovornmont of Ilnytl mid tbo President had taken refugo on an English A new Government would bo formed by the ADVICKS of tho 15th from Dublin sny there were encouraging assurances that bad times In Ireland were pnsslng llrnn fires In tho townships of Clnren Ciinontl and Oso In Ontario had on tho 15lh done dumngo to tho extent of ncnrly Many settlers had lost every thing they Ox tho loth tho young son of the was burned to death at To whlto playing with TIIK business portion of Ironch was recently destroyed by ADVICES of tho llith from London sny that Florence aged twelve mado tho ascent of Mont bolng tho youngest tourist that over accomplished that ON tho 17th a thunderstorm that passed over Eastern Ontario and tho whole of Quebec destroyed hundreds of houses and Horses aud cattlo by tho hundred woro killed and muny people lost their lives Tho damage to property was ostl mated Ix Upper Austria groat damngo to oropi wns reported on tho 17th from a violent wind A of tho 17th says tho rebols of Morocco killed Prince Muloy nnd two nun dred cnvalryincn wbo had bcon sent by tho Empress to treat with Tin porcontugo of the bnsohnll clubs In tho National Loaguo for tho week ended ou tho 18th wm as follows Now American AFSOtlntlon 8t Mi Urook Kausaii West ern Association Dos Ht Bluux hniiKitr wns nominated for Congreus on the ISth by tho Democrats of tho Bccond KidIda THE ocoan Btoamers City of New La llourgoyno and Ems started on tholr raco across tho sea from New York on tho BETH tho wellknown Huh cullur died on tho morning of tho Kith at hU homo In aged ono Orcen was born at Hooh and hud n worldwldo reputation ns a sporlsinan and pisciculturist will hold tholr Ktnto convention nt BprlngUold Hop tombcr IN France two old agod olghty throe ami olghtyono yours wore miiidercd on tho IKIh by ttolr ngcd Tun of tho Fourth Illi nois district on tho 18th nominated Ilogors ftr NAIIMSII and Louis rauoheis nnd woro lynchod by outlawi In 1lousaat on tho and Noah Orlflln wns lynched at for Insulting u white Tin Van Hood papormlll at which In revolutionary tunes ground Hour for Washingtons was burned on tlio wns on tho 16th nominated for Congress by tho Union Labor party In tho Eighth Missouri dis ulutund Michael Ituthford lu tho Tenth Tile warehouse of tho Shlppoo agricult ural works at Ban Francisco was destroyed by 11 io on tbo AT twentysix loading cloiul tichouses In tlio United Btutoa the oxohungos during tho week ended on tho 18th aggregated tho previous As compared with tho correspond ing wook of 1SS7 the Inuronso amounted to AUTIIEXTIU reports of tho 18th showed that tha corn crop was In excellent condi tion except in somo portions of KansttSf where It had been damaged thirty per cent by hot TUB Democrats of tho Fifth Missouri dis trlot on the 18th nominated John noy for TIIK United States Bonato wan not la elon on tup In the Ilouio tbo now bill pfoIiibitlHg Ohluoso Immigration wau SUNK IN A A Terrible IHsniitflr on the Altnntlft Orinn Off NnlilK IslniulTlin lllR Mlimiii lolsor nnil TlilnKTnlla ronnpr llurs to tha And Ono Iliinilred nnd Nlnntnon uf Tlittsa till Himril Thnlr Lives MHnr Wnrp llpslilmtn of Nnrthwrilturn tails uf tho NKW steamship of tho Thingvulla which loft hero last August was run Into off Capo Unco Tuesday by tho steam ship of tho sumo Her sldo was Htovo In nnd sho sank Tho panicstricken pooplo worn got into boats as rapidly as tho Thlngval las bollts bolng also used la tho work of Tho Gelser sunk so that bcforo tho bouts returned from the Thingvnlla after tholr llrst trip tho disabled steamer had gouo leaving of people struggling In the The collision occurred off Hnblo Tho Geisor sank In live Tho Thlngvulln 453 In woro tnutsfiHrml to tho Wtoland and brought here with tho fourteen passengers nnd seventeen of tho crow of the All the others on the seventytwo paisongcrs and thlrtytirco of tho wore The Thlngvulln Is Irving to reach The exact extent or her Injuries Is Tho Thingvnlla loft Htotttu Julv aud Coponhnven August 4 fir New She Is commanded by Cnptnln Hho Is tons Tho Oelsor wns of The collision occurred about 4 oclock Tuesday First unite Honry bad bcon lu tho captalu hiving retired at 11 oclock the night perfectly clear and no danger prohonde About 4 oclock Captain Mollmwas uwnltonod by a call from tho chlof onieer on tlio who said there Was dauger of a A moment Inter lUoro was shrill blowlngof which ftwirAww tUo but before they oould got on llfopiOBorvcts there was a terrible shocli sldo was crushed Hume of tho witfev tight compnrtmouts woro broken Into and tho ship begun at once to ThnO on board woro thrown Into confusion and Captain Moller continues Tho pnssonttorB hnit now bean nwnUenoil nnil woro ficrnmbllni ovur ooch ollinr In wliu fusion in an to rtiucli the uppor Ttipy fortfol tho llrsl rule on board slilp hiuititc or to HO lUn I palloil to lltoin lo do bin Ihoy paid no I unvc oraun lo inun tho and llm Hmnll bout uslurn WHN uut tho seining ot Iho slcnmor alt at this moment snnU Iho In loss limn two minutes from Hid llmo I roarhm tho brldito wo woro nnd wltnln tho snmn lonifth of lllni thoro aflor tho vassal was pnrlly under 1 hnd hardly given onion lo mull Iho llfo nnd imull bouts when I was swopl from tho Tlio panlCStrfoUon pnnsongnrs mmlo a jump for tho faw bouts tlint woro and tho bouts woro linmodlittoly As soon ns 1 onmo lo Iho snrfaoo I bORiin to I suw nothltm tn tho darkness hut tho nmsls of Iho lint I hoiml llio awful crlus of thoso who woro HtrtlKltUng In Ilia vtnlvr or sinking to I supposo 1 hud boon In tho water Uvo mtnnlos whon 1 cnnio nour n rowtionl from llio Tlilngvalln nnd WHS ptuUcd llio onloors and crow of Iho ThltiKVultii d d thing thiit hniniuis could dn lo HIIVO itio lives uf thoso who wonl down wllh llio Other accounts corroboratetho captains statement as tn tlio panic of tho pusseti gors and tha swamping of tho Tlio passengers woro mostly farmers from tbo who hnd by yonrs of Industry and economy ucuumulalcd n nnd worn going on a visit to tholr nntlvo Mnny woro especially attracted thither ntthls time by tho great nt Those who woro saved lost nil tholr nnd oven all thulr cluthlng except their night Tho following Is tho partial list of the lost i onbl Hllon IMdn Uoorgo llorlliu Mbon foldl uiul BieornRo AnUors An Carl Boron 1otor Mnstrud K lull Fruiloritkfion and Iwo Krcd orlrk Oustiifson nnd llddii Kuron William Jinn Marln Murls and Aniannft Holdjii Johanna Androw wlfo nnd Iolnr Idu MnlniKron and wlfo and Nioollnn Alborl Oslro Mhs Klrslon Lovanvon and ono Nlods Anna Louisa Jons 1olor Anna WcoUor and Carolina Ctirlstunson and Iwo Olo Kllznboth llorgnnd Joiuon and Jamos An Anilrow John Jonson ftnd Curl Junorbcrg and llorlha Kroiitorop and ChrlBlnn ICundson null Ohrlsllnn Chris Of thoso Adders Onrl Murln Josofsaa and Amanda Andorson nnd Paul Jnnorhorg omjiigod HBO ns from Now York from llrouklyni nnd Ida Mnlmgroa nnd cblld from Tho othors woro booked from Chicago and othor Wrstorn ofllcos of tha Tho revised official list of saved and lost from tho Golsor Is as follows pas 80 IM 0 t 14 17 ofll I The panic aboard lhi Thliigvllla when thu shock occurred was almost us grout as that of tho but as it was soon ap parent Unit there was no danger of thu yea iol sinking the oflloors suc ceeded In calming tho excited Captain Luubs crow were under excellent A few monionts when It wns learned that water wns pour ing In ul tbo forward tho pusson gors again bcuumo excited and crowded around tho Tho crios of tho struggling pooplo from tha Geisor added to tho Tho oft ceiA retained tholr composuio and lorcod tho pooplo buck from tho vessels Tho ufUir lulling ubouid tho thlrtyflvo rescued hud over DUO passengers bosidu a crow of sixty Blio wus badly and when nflor live hoars of slow and careful milling the Wlolund wus arrangements woro quickly inudo by which ovory ono oxoopt officers and crow woro transferred to the Inttor Captain Lnub and his crow refused to abandon the though sho could only make two knots an Hho was 160 miles from Halifax when tho Wleliind loft Bhould a storm arlso boforo riho roaches a port the men will have to take to tho llfo And you are certain that you lovo Arthur said tho pretty cd ItrosH an her lover hunt over her In the bay window of thu mountain You nro oortiiliif 1 rojillod tho lover wllh an ompliusln on tha Will you say It she not ntcossurtly for publica but as a guaranty of good I nay It ho I lovo you said I urn Butln flod and we may now go to Boston Some people go away from homo In tho summer for and somo for pleasure tho pleasure of telling their friends next winter how miserable the grub Montgomery SundayBuhool Now toll what Is duty Utllo WostEndor just book from Europe Itu some thing you dont pay unless you have rmiiuMpMa Thoroifl u pitcher out West named Hopo ought novor tu be THE OCEAN Tlio lio liy tlio fiitrn Now ItiiciMl ill IlrtTho Tiling vnllu MM I fun In HttfotylhT tttittftlnA NEW rollIHIon ol tho TliliiKVlllii und Uul ilia etiflflcd everywhere in nwrlUmu The innln question wns to was to for tho IH now rurtiiln Unit H8 persons pmslsoU wlion Iho futacr wont litre is tho rorrct dd list Tot ut number ut mlitli Grow nil Total Tlio CRttmultMl ItiRs on thu VLMHO Is 000 nnd tho nn about Tho Insnrnnro IK uut fully Tlu It Is an fur IIH In tl Indomnlfy the Very fow of Ihoso lust iHlonmil In thin rlty or vicinity nearly nil tin1 iwsaouffors woro from tlio Forty two tlckcti worn ISMIPI by Moitoniton ngcntH ut und tho hoi lorn of rtix of t tin HO woro an KUtcoti tlrkutH woro ISHIKM hy John nou ut Imi of whom throo woro Two worn Issnoil by Hvon timmt nt both of whom One wu by iijjonl nt Iliflu und ho WUH Thirty1 hriM tlikoU woro lusnoil ut tho New VurU of of whom three woro Menimi which rollldiil with und tuink thoHtoamor lolfur with un uppulllni 1 ORB of arriviil hero Hho proftonts u Htranpo npnrtiiiMn witli hourly tho wholo of hor linw torn loavlng un holo expomil tt No porsoiiH woro ulluwoil on Captulti of thn has in ponotl Hilonco upon mmmuii us to the hut haw himself prepared u state eolllnion its lu IOWA STATE A VICTIM OK U hi tin HcMiMii tif lliilvi In whnillcdof lop mpntofthodutulln of knuw nnd Btory tint on th nltiviul ihti ilrnt oi the At I wni nwukonod by tiiMirhiK JIIlf Thin IN tho mnrnlnn Hlimit out Port lulni A inonit tolitfrapli hull rniin tn rove MO JUmiHMl mil ofboil unit riirtlnMl nn ileck tn my Just iii I iiiTlvoil on iltiU ihtii it tramnmlous Wntuul rnllliutd wills itluiW mo r untl tier unililnilpH jiisi Mow For n mnmint nil wn confuHlon nnil Uioro wcro loml ttlirklu fmn tho noonli ou hotll I ran lift nnd A my mnv lo pn puro bonU fur Hy thn turn I returned to tho brlilitu wo inul iiurn tunglod ountolvox from tint strunno found on thu hrlilRo tlio Hocoml oillccr nf tin voanil wo Inul colltilml Kroiu tilin I lonrnuil thru Mio win our slstflr thu Inl Uiiptiilu Mo I Tlio Tliinnvulhi hint cnl Into tho lolsor Lloiui to thu nmlVn Thul o ill on r WUH it H loop ut thn II roityul n few duys uan born miir Nor and Iwiiityntnt1 Him Iuino from Nurwny to lowu In only n few nftrr hor Hor liuHhaiiil that in Hho I THU to foniplain uf mvcro but or ratic in in hor rhist nnd Thf pains cnntlnuctl at Intor but it not until curly that skin tn luki on tho pecu liar hint iharncUTUlh of tho For tho last tvvn wcokH Hho grow worse rapidly uiul uhvrmiH DIMIS lirokc hho WUH iirrvoiiH nntt her fiuv iiHHiniiod a pal lid huiv Tins itttfiidlng pbyHlrlun wan In constant rmiinuinicsitlnn with thn Htnto llnnrd of und every piviuutlou WUH tnkon to prevent the spread of the It is said tint tho parents uiul bmthortt of ho victim uro in good und hor grand parents lumllhy ami lt is thattluulisoiiHuoxisUa turtheibnek In thn Anothor tinnu of leprosy in lowu was reporliM HOinotlmo Hie vie titn comintj from tluisumoprov luce in Norway from wnlrh Ualvor FARMERS ARE AlMllidiint Cmpt In lie Inuild In ShitiThis crops arc found this your In is thin HO in tho north eastern port Tho rain him burn and came gradually nnil UH It wna Tho liny crop IH thn largest for ten and all secured in lino condition und without Two tonn to tho aero WUH u common Orn is maturing Tho warm brought thin crop fully up to whero wan lust liilllo iiun louder will bo nut on account of llio uliundanco of Tho potato crop in un unusually largo and tho acrciigo larger than over cm nc nt of good prices obtained lust out oftilB bunk untl d tiio iliutin uf oui My Unit duty wnn to look uftor nhtp nnd quiet my Tlitn I tltd UiiyllKhl WIIH Juttt antl Ibrru wna n but it wan mul thoro was u blight Bhowor of I wont forwnrtl tn nno wluit tlumngo tun BtiKtalnod anditot tho VIT nftor tlio collision tlio I cant toll liow IOIIK but It was wilhin tun Ono of our IxmtH WIIH n Until Whon went Th inisii ind throo bout a Klin BOO mod tn breuli into two and wonl down stern lint with foarful llvr bouts worn doiihtluuH nil by Iho Tliu ut tbut innmtMil wtro I Imvo roml tiirllliuu inaiXMtfiof creut dlHanttvH at tint I ovor road can voniimro for u inoinunt will tho Abovo tho gnrtflnK noleu of tin suction roso tho Hlirloktt of drown Inn IN on and it WIIH tcrrllilo Ivan litur ihulr dyliiK Hhuutu at tlrn nnd Htinll nuvcr furttut tho KCUIIO tn my tlyinji but It only lasted two Tim wild cat crios for lift hiiiati ng HID Onisur cuni ituinccd to llur llvltm fniulit wcrn drawn down by hor and I ho hiHt dkd uwny ns Rim dlBiippuurml from Tlio llual srcnc only 1 listed two Hum tho earnlvnl ul doiilh wnn wuccoodod by im appiilllnff Uy thlM tuuo our four hnatn wcro Tho paattoiiftorft and crow uf tho iiltiito I ntih ciiino to tho Hiirfucu wo plokcd lliem up nut lldoiMi of Iho in woro rosumd nnd Ink on alxmnl tho Wu provldud thuin with ulothoB aad liot They wore mostly nil In tholr IUH many of them wore Mcmnwhllc our boats woro mill crnls ny tunotiK tlic wrookngo In tho liopo of suvlnw oven uno more humau but tho rest hnd all boon Wo only found tho Homing corpNo of onu Our own piiflBOiiKom nnd oiow hohavml Homo tr tho btirvivont hnd llivllliiiH Tho auuond and third oiiKlnoora woro iill ton o iti or on u I fo Tho third on Blncor had hlu arm brokon durliiK DID yot tho Jlrat two mon woro lost and tlio din ablod man Aflor tho lolsor dlsnppoarod wn boffin jot tiionliiK tho cargo I tho ThltiKvnlla Tlio crow and tUop HsoritforH worked Hide hy ttirnwtng ovuibourd WIIH urotiRht out of Iho Whut wait jettisoned counts ted sololy of wood pulp nnd Thoro WIIH not much but u hoavy Itittwuun ntil 10 oclock woronchod tlm forward bulk Thon wo slopped throwing tho carito over nnd got to work flhorlnjf up tho coin pur I Wo woro badly In tho and kopt tho puinrn itolriK HO that tlio wator had not tlmo in ijaln nn At It ocloelt tho stoiunor Wlolnnd for Now York hnvo In Bltfht nnd wo traiiHforrod nil tho rommd pus ts of tine iiuiility nnd Inrgn ineurly Tho urn ill and If the pnees ire in store ihn furmmn of Itilil AlVrny III ti At Iho of n phiili u fuw duvit IKO near whlUi WUH In n man nuintd Kil hriu1 u bull on tho dancing tick ordtroil H which nn onrnniil thut ho upprouchod ItnitH from liHiim anil plnngctd u Itntfo iito tho litfiHldo of hUnuiU lo tho depth of four IntlloMiiK H probuhly futul JimningK thon monntod hh IIOIHU mil I loth IIHMI uro yoniifi Slnnv Nnvtl Uork tho Hluiix Llty rnrn pulino In In Thn will opon Hop clnsn htolur ThlH foH val attinittd worldwidn altuntlon lust Mir tind has bcon pluiunMl on u much argor MMh Tho munugomonl H now Itiitly to Hpiico for Jomimlltlon IH ODLMI to tlio It will o tho most over HUOII n tho United SIrrr by UH n inotlvo powor WUH liuiMl on thu ono of thu innMl Impcirlunt llfien In u fow Tlio road unromls thu ntoopunt lilll tn tho fily and tho earn woro propollod over without tho IDIIHI Tho U n rombinatlon of tho Hprugut mid lino nnd tho ur provos vory und Hiitin I uu woll UK our own I lo Cuptuln Ititmli tlnoH not oxprosn un opn iou on tho IWUHO of tho but Kayn ho will lativo thut to bo found ont by tho ofllclul From h H It would uppimr but tho funtt luy with tho odlcors of tho lolnor who put hor to Htnrbourd liiHtoud of Tho inl Borh ofllcor who WUH on tho wutcli thu tlmo of tlio dlaiiHtor WUH uinoni tho Iho Til tiftor liticbuiglng or cur will go on u Hllp for will probuhly ruqtilru two Hho will then rolond hur turgo nnd procootl lo Now NOUTHWKHTKIIN IKOIIti tho gciHloHt off Hiihloltiliinil wuro Jolin JohiiHon untl of thin JllHtUV HOII und of woro lost with tho An Knu Hongur wan In tho minkon IH tlotlnltoly known thut itmong tlio loHt puHHongoiH Iho follow ing Iuino from Chkugo MUn Hilda Hoi bo Kllon wlfo f tho book koopnrof Iho Chicago Miu HuohtiH WIIH on her way lo vialt her old homo in Nuvvay John Johneon und HOHM ut KluKt Nu tlonul Coininundoiy of tho HOIIH of Vot oiitiiH oluutod thu fdllowlni Clom tloorgo of JIllnolH Mil of Mlnnusotu Joh uf MiiHiuohnsoUa Cnuncllln of Uoniiuctlrut of Ohio R j of und of hiiknliL T Woods who murdered lila wlfo nt lu waa hangod In tho Jiil yard at Uiin tulobruto un Annlvomiry Ilrothor hood of Looomotlvo KiibiiiouiB mot Frldiii to colobruto tho iinnlvurHury of tholr Over mombuiH woro Inul ml lug Uhlof Arthur und of thu first Ihlof of tlio onlor und originator uf tho brotherhood by 11 MatiUia bookKoopor ut KlibbrldoH thlH will o oronHlng tho tho PonuaylvuiUu rtilliouJ uuui uUtlQn wiw struck by tho low of mi apitruucliiug trnln and In euiully Uillo Dldnl Jo lo Suili An old gnntluman culliMl ut tho nfllco of ho of tho Kuir AnHouiutlon ut Htiunwu rctxuitly and wan tod un old ticltot for his Ho WUH uslced I he did want ono for lio I lmt K to Hiicli Nfjlhlng but u pack of Tho Hocrctary was imluliHl and llredlhoold A IliinU William pronldont of tho DnhiKinu WUH HorloiiHly In jnroil HID nthor lio hud gonuoutto iiln fa nn u fow from und whllo ontoring tho burn tho wind blow thn striking him on thu buok unit throwing him to llio wlioro IIQ wiia found bleeding und Dentil iT u Mrnlher ono of tho onlcH at Now Duhiniun oil thoothiM und WIIH hurlod thu next mnrnlng In a plain whltu ooftln und no ado men In accord a net with tho niliiH of tho wlilrh uro tho mont BO VLroof any order Ho WUH only thlrlyllvu An old und crippled Cnnfodoruto voloran win tukon In und oaivd for by Llio Urund Army tit tho othor wus on his way to ami WUH glvon u llhoral purse to meet hU lio WUH one of tho fow men who purtlulputod gu at lollynburg nnd oa In IlckottH oapod Told In u JVvs ircHH WUH killod noar Hampton ro being dragged to deuth by a hoiHU which ho WUH Henry I rmun Ueimorn of u gcn oiul Htoiii In made un UHHlgnmunt about tlio iljuiHGii rommltteil nululdo Iho othor day ut Hor conduct WIIH eaiiKud by uxromivo A llro at Kluntoi tho othur inonilng Hlrnycd nearly half tho ImHlneHH part o Iho DUH MolniiH u few ilayn ugo William whllo walking on u Iallroiid win Htruck by u switch onglnu and hltt HlinuhUirH und noverul rlbi woro liiHtngiu WUH a ITU Html nt Mason City recently on u warrant nworu out by hlH father charging William with uLUiiiptiiiK t kill intotliuWHldoiuoof at tho it her night and HLcurcd In two geld watthoH and fithor ThoThlnl Keglmont of Iowa National HX hundred pltuhud toiitw In Hie eollege grove jmtt north of OilnnolL tlioollier morning Ior thohuniaiul en Andrew i u worlunan in u Uuvni pnrt had iin fout triiHhed n pulp hy an Iron door fulling upon It a few tubrlol llfty yearti of wan drlviinr u on IIIH farm hi the noith western County a low wluiii hit team rim Tho inmihliH off ono of hht and crtiHhcd hlH Uu d ud in tliun half an Mlllur boot and Hhno iloulur of Uu failed Thu WUH valued ut I ahllltlun nut Charlos propriotor of Hutul a rowjrt itHhlgncd recently for bonolll oi liln weuUiur wivi thoeaiiHu of tho MaUilillcu abuut Tho rcmahn of Jonuph fulliMof who dlniippoaml u couilouf wcokt UK from woro found tho uthur iuy la thu rivur nt UmlonH tho HOII of thu iihltlonulru pioneer ronldotit of wan found ihud In tlio road nour Ureonlluld Uu tiiii ly Iulimg from tho   

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