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   Williamsburg Journal Tribune (Newspaper) - June 11, 1886, Williamsburg, Iowa                                mmvm JOURNAL per In ium in VOLUME IOWA JUNE NUMBER JOB PRINTING soon AS BMWttnSD TO OBDHB In the Neatest and Promptest Mannef THIS A SPECIAL police force is to bo orgitn zod in Rhode Island to enforce tho TINWARE STOVES NAILS PUMPS BARBED WIRE GLASS CUTLERY ALASKA is tho summer onting ground chosen this year by ChiefJustice Waite and Justice IT s a dnlly occurrence now for Cal thermometers to register from 100 to 105 AN nstronotnor now states that Iho moon is on This is in rebuttal of tho greonehooso THE buildings of tho Amcrionn ex hibition in London will be of iron and cover cloven of now before tho Massachusetts Legislature proposes to fine voters live dollars or more for not THE National Cemetery at Leaven was dedicated with full military honors on Decoration THE orange which is just closing in Is snid to have been the most profitable ono In Tin Roofing and Spouting a Specialty MANJJPACTUREBS OF ALL KINDS OF DAIRY TIN GOODS WE HAVE HAW 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE AS A TINNER New Work and Repairing under our personal supervision Work Warranted OVER one hundred works written within tho past century placed the time for beginning of the mil leuimn between I860 and THE date tor the dedication of tho Bartholdi Statue of Liberty at Now York is fixed for September tho an niversary of tho treaty of DuiliKO the late storm in South Caro lina the destruction of cattle and other livestock was llivors rose thirty feet in the same number of THE Louisville Nashville road has within a few days expended in moving one rail of thirteen thou sand miles of track three inches nearer to its DEAIJ5R IN DRUGS I CHEMICALS Oils and Toilet 1 Confect Fancy WALL A BOOK has been written which claims to show that Radama King of first discovered the system of inoculation as a preventive against ANOTHER coachman has scored a Commodore Vftnderbilts granddaugh By the coachmen ought not to have nny wages at They ought to he satisfied with the IT may bo iuteresting to the ladies to know that the next fashion in ac cording to a London will bo to wear it in huge projecting lUI old 3lormima Tnaatavu nonrl to paint THE National Houso Committee on Banting has under consideration a bill providing for an entire new scries of Government notes of such design as will render tho raising of denomina tions TUB remains of Janios the first operator to read telegrams by have been removed from Mis sissippi to where a suitable monument will be erected by his old West Side New Meat Market LEASURE The ohoiceit and Best FRESH and SALT MEATS always on CBBh imtd tor hides nna CALL AND SEE WilliamsTDurgh Savings Bank STOCKHAISEKS in Montana have leased extensive cattle rnngos from tho Dominion Government for u term of twentyone and are driving great herds of cattle across the border into Northwest SOMEBODY ought to hurry up and discover another comet or Six comets might have done very well when the country was but it is certainly a beggarly allowance for a groat nation of fifty millions of A MAN in West Virginia came noar being lynched a few days ago because lie fed his family on dog In China a man would stand in clangor ot the same fate if ho refused o give his family dog It is impossible to please every body in this JOHN BOABD John n FOHEUiK AND UOMESTJO EXC11ANOE liOUGUT AND Sb OABBFUL Una a Largo nnd Complete Stock of our mooti of tbe and oomblno durability and I JSry Uno of LadlesKid in faot a full of Bottom TIIGRR aro live million Indians in making thirtylivo per of tho entire They speak Ihirtyfivo idioms and sixtynine dia They nro nearly nil ixnd live by a half Biiviigo in tlio country IN street car invention is tfio latest The principal feature of tho invention ia a revolving which registers as passongnrs enter tho us in the case of the registering The front entrance of the car is done nwny and by this means the sealing capacity is THE other day a Lawrence man was arrested for Ho attempted to proyo an alibi by declar ing that ho had been out but ho couldnt produce any lish and was held for Here is a state of A string of fish absolutely necessary to prove that a man has been lislnng This Is against all THE Emperor of China directed the Chinese Legation in Washington to at tend tho ceremonies of the decoration of tho tomb of General Grant at Now and in obedience to his com mands tho Minister and his suite were present to show Iho respect and admi ration in which tho old commander is held on tho other side of tho ONE need go no further than to War to lind a placer goldmine in with pipe au1 hose for washing tho bunks info a sluiceway which has a long series of just as they do on tho Pacilio though m a small Tho works aro just completed and washing has A panful of the dirt yields from half a dozen to a dozen little particles of free gold of the very iinest and tho hope to make a good thing of THE Compiled from Late Dispatched XLIXtn l the Sonnto the bill to Indemnify tho Chinese for losses lii tho Rock Springs riots wns dis Harris introduced n bill to make It n criminal ottonso to Impede or except by legal nny roll road company In tho conveyance ot sojigorsj freight or Tho bill for taxation of rnilrondgrnnt lnnds wns Dnwos presented a petU tion from tho City Council of that retaliation bo ordered ngninSt tho Canadian Government tor tho tetaitfo of American In tho finuso tho Oloomnrgnrino bill wns passed by n voto of 177 to The bill imposoj special taxes as follows On on wholesale SISO on retail deal A tax ot flvo coiitu a pound Is posed nil oleomargarine nnd nnd a penalty is proscribed for the purchase or reception for snlo ot oloo mnrgnrino not branded or stamped accord ing to Juno Mi u Bonat tho Consular hud Diplomatic Appropriation bill was discussed and the Chinese In demnity appropriating to cover damages inflicted by rioters nt Rock was In tho House BoUtollo Introduced n bill relating to tho duties on which practically termi nates tho free importation of flsh nnd in cronsos tho import duties on nil thus compelling tho Cnnndinns to pny more for tho privilege of selling their lish in tho United Tho Executive and Judicial Appropriation bill was fur ther Juno tho Senate tho Oleomargarine bill wns the authority of Land Commissioner Sparks to suspend land entries wtis and 220 private pension bills woro In tho Houso several bills for tho erection ot public buildings woro Juno tho Sonata the Oleomargarine bill was referred to tho Committee on Agriculture and tho Con sular and Diplomatic Appropriation bill Mr Dawos introduced a bill Secretary of tho Treasury to so rogulato tho issue of United States notes that thoro shall bo outstanding at all times no loss than of the do nomiuation of t and ot the do nomination of In tho Houso bills woro introduced By to impose n graduated income tax by to protect the rights ot homestead and pre emption settlers by to grant n pension of per month to tho widow of General Durbin Ward to pro hibit tho employment ot convict or alien labor on public works by to prohibit the obstruction of InterState rail road business by to aid in tho support ot common schools by Nog fora special committee to make in quiry into tho administration ot tho nlfairs of tho Pension Department by Carlo granting pensions to tho widows of men who lost their lives in tho lifesaving The bill to repeal the Proomp Timberculture and Desertland acts was FROM TiiFni woro appeals for pensions filed at Washington during tho year IN tho United States mid Canada the lire losses during May aggregated below tho May average for TUB Houso Committee on War Claims on tho 4th listened to an argumant by Judge of Now represent ing tho Confederate who urged tho redemption of those bonds by the TUBOUOHOUT tho United States and Cnn nda there wore during the sovou days end ed on tho 4th 187 business failures against 181 tho previous seven IT wus publicly announced on tho 4th that Daniel Manning some days ngo re signed his position a Secretary of tho but at the request of tho Presi dent decided to take n leave ot absence until October if his health is not the resignation will ho SBCBETAUY LAMAII hns recalled tho order ot Land Commissioner Sparks suspending the operations ot tho preemption and Umberculture INFORMATION is being collected by tho State Department as to the moans em ployed by tho foreign agents ot tho Mot nions toinduce DuittNO tho seven days ended on tho 4th there was no marked improvomant in gen eral trade throughout tho While tho volume of business was somewhat it continued of a handtomouth do TUB exchange at twentysix loading clearinghouses In tho United States dur ing tho week ended on tho 5th nggrogutod against tho previ ous AR compared with tho corre sponding wookof tho Increase amounts to por Tun resignation of of United States Minister to has been TIIK dentil ot John whoso books nro among the standard theological works of Iho occurred on tho 7th nt at the ago ot elghtythroa i i WEST AND IN the neighborhood of gold wns discovered on tho tint essay showing seven dollars gold nnd ono dollar silver por TUB loaders in tho strlko hpgmi by the building trades ot Louis for eight Involving ono thousand de clared tho strlko oft on tho It was a Tim condition of tho growing corn and oats In tho Northwest wns only fairly fnvornblo on the on nccount of dry weather during UNK N OWN parlies murdered McBrido nnd his wife on tho Sth nonr Tyro and nenr Judgo Joseph Honnult wns wnylald and killed highway a short distance from his SXJGXXT Dealers in nil kinds of We keep a full lino of the test class as well as tho lower priced we vrennrcrt to suit nil wlio may favor us with their UPHOLSTERED GOODS as cheap as they can bo purchased anywhere nnd warranted as LOUNGES AND CHAMBER of the very latest and will lie sold at tho lowest possible Call and see us mid examine fnrnituro and learn prices before purchasing Satisfaction Peter Live Stock Dealer AT Conroy and South Always pnys tlio very highest prices tho market affords for hogs aid cattK HALL ANDREWS IN n report of the investigation of tho Anarchist cases on tho 5lh the Cook grand jury stated that there was n great conspiracy to attack the tiollco and commit other violent ON tho Oth thn twentyfifth anniversary of tho burial of Stephen Douglas In Uhl cugo A SBIHKS of religious meetings woro opened by Sum Jones nnd Snm Small at on tho Over flvo thousand people listened to Small in tho afternoon nnd and six churches woro Tim antique church ot Joseph nt Santa Domingo nnd nearly all tho bridges of the Snnta Fo road cross ing tho Rio Grande were swept away by floods on tho was declared guilty of tho murder of Prellor by tho jury nt Louis on tho TWKNTY or more persons woro halt n dozen by tho collnpso of tho reporters stnnd at tho Louis race course on tho E MILT ou the morning of the 7th nn in cendiary fire in Chicago destroyed two frame nine persons perishing in tho among them being Michnol his wife mid four A MOD noar on tho ith lynched Alfred who murdered McBrido and wife and burned tho CHARLES WHITTLE accused of assaulting the child of a wns taken trom tho Prince Frederick jail ontho 7th nnd haugod to a Six persons woro instantly killed and many others woro it not wounded on the 7th by a passenger train going through a trestle near Stephens IT hns boon decided by tho Supremo Court of Indiana that a man accused of a cnpital ottonso cnn not waive trinl by FOREIGN GUKAT damngo was reported done by terrible cloudbursts and hailstorms on tho 4th at in REPORTS of the 4th state that tho eruption of Mount Etna hnd nnd tho town ot Nicolosl wns IT was reported from tho City of Mexico I i i iblll OL JLUUUI1O3 IIUHr Arsons woro ouo of whom was George an Ainori TWENTY ONE cholera deaths occurred ot Venice ou tho 4th and two at IN tho ship yards at two thousand Orangemen attacked ono hundred Catholics and gavo them n ter rible boating on the Intense excite ment prevailed among tho local Catholics in consequence of the THE Liquor bill is to bo amended by tho British Houso of Commons by providing for the cloning on Sunday of every public house in except in London and its and waterspouts woro reported on the Sth to have for several days pre vailed in Central whore a num ber of persons woro killed by lightning nnd tho crops were damaged to tho amount of TniiEE iiuNDUED houses woro burned ana throe lives woro lost in a recent lire at CHIEF GERONIMOS bands ot Apnohes wore still raiding in Northeastern Mexico on the nud a mimbsr of Mexican and Ameri cans woro reported as having boon butch THE Irish HomoRule bill was defeated by a voto of 811 to fill in tlio UritisU House of Commons on tho Undertaking a t HEARSE furnished when desired Shrouds and Undertaking Goods always on Northeast corner of Roger Jones and 0 DEALERS IN General Merchandise Dry Hats and Boots and Shoes Canned Paper Jnloimin also Carringe and ESTIMATES 1IVEN ON Shop on Washington opposite Do Ladies Fine Shoes A The Highest Market Price paid for Give us a Remember the The west side of the East Public fronting thai NEW MI1TEH IIAHHY DHAIN At Conroy and Highest prices paid for Grain and Those hav ing any grain or sseds to sell will find it to their advan tage to call on us before bringing samples if con Harness tinB OJJUI1CVI UJl uuuvuuij business on tho South side of the Square where he invites tho citizens of Williams burgh and surrounding country to give him a call when wanting anything in his A complete stock of Whips and Saddlery and all other articles will always found in my Good goods and liberal prices Bepair ing done oil shortest Call and see ORCHESTRAL THE THE family ot William compris ing eight living at woro probably fn tally poisoned on tho 8d by out ing rhuburb cooked in a tin ot Now tho builder of unsafe sentenced to ten years at Bing Slug prison Borne time was talton there on tho WHIM iu a passion tho other day Janios of New throw a lighted lamp at his and her clothes talcing she was burned to Tun games won this season by tho Na tional League baseball clubs up to tho 5th woro as follows 23 23 10 13 10 S Kansas Washing THE rumor circulated on the 5th that Henry Ward Boeoher was dead was tho re sult of a auent tho streetear that the Bloocken street strike is The operator mixed tho letters and Beocher is dead was tho AT tho extensive bolt and nut works employing 350 men wore burned on tho causing a loss A LOSSof was caused by tho burning of tho breaker of tho Alaska col liery nt Mount on tho Five hundred men employed in the mine would bo idle until November in conse AT Now York the ship loaded with fifty thousand cases of was blirnod tho night estimated a Baptist clergyman of died on tho 5th at aged eighty four Church was ouo of the proprietors of the New York tho leading paper in tho East of his deuomina Tun thirtyfourth annual session of the International Typographical Union com menced at on the A STiiiKi was inaugurated by nearly twelve thousand tailors iu and on tno 7th help the eight thousand idle tuilorj iu Now York A riKB at destroyed the extensive icehouses ou causing a loss at THE British Cabinet at n mooting on tho 8th decided unanimously to appeal to tho and to recommend to tho Quoou an immediate dissolution of AT a meeting ot Typo graphical Union at on tho 8th William of was elected IN tho singlescull race on the 8th at To Loo with llanlan Conloy third and Hosmor HowAim aged six and Artie aged four got into a quarrel on tho Sth at nnd How ard went into tho got his fathers pistol and shot Artie Tun llopifblicnus of the Third and Fourth Maine districts on tho Sth re nominated Mllllkon and 13outollo for option elections woro held on tho 7th at many points in North and tho Prohibitionists woro successful in twelve a summer was almost wiped outbyflro on tho tho Baltimore Houso boing tho only resort loft Tho lots was ADVICKB from Fort say that the ten months drought in Presidio tho sheepgrowing section of thai was broken on tho 8th by heavy Countless thousands of sheep pei iiihod during the was on tho Sth rculccted United States Senator by the Ilhoib Island DuitiNQ the four days ended on tho Sth the deaths from cholera in Venice averaged twentytwo Tun striking furnitureworkers In cago on tho Sth declared the eighthoui system a and signified their will ingness to return to work at tho old POUB Italians woro arrested in New York on tho Sth charged with making counter feit silver COLONEL RIUIIAIID of New senior member of tho wellknown printing press diod suddenly at on tho THE Michigan Groonbackors will bold their State convention at Grand Uapldi August woolenmill at Stuuv was destroyed by Dre ou the tho loss being IN the United States Senate on the Stb Logau introduced a bill appropriating for the erection of a branch home for disabled volunteer soldiers west of ths Rooky Morriil reported a bill creating an Assistant Secretary of the In tho House u part of tho ses siou was tukou up by a speech of Kel ley criticising Wheelers attack on Edwin The Ex SELL YOUR FARM Or Inulc your Innn for a form in some olhnr or or Uado u small fnnn for a InrRii or a IIURH one for n siniill muV llavu von or Town Iroiitirty you wism to sulhirfraduV Hernl me cent slumps lor lull JOHN Williamsburgh City Telegraph Ca All business for lower end of town and also for any point in tho United received at the Post Rates very MEAD tfc LKASUKE BIX lilghl d ImproyiMiirntH In lined Nopcilol iimK or pedal curpuw to wear Alli ntoexmtuatvpon A cb Id con op CMO made of ebon nd liluidiuto H mm organ irmmifiicturccl usi met wlUi HID popularity of lliln oa It roYinliy thiUmmouse tlm demand lor Iho farlamed llnvlnR otherV uji S a wu itxvv Ihcrcforomivo rtfrnra Hie monulniiurcr cnu oro wnrr anywhere o lleoldlrcc niilrd for BIX and in IS If not dm public lypurcnavlnit yn i f wt rrroraiui I inny lio and our 4nn charges boili riti a 6 IB u ra inters Address all DEETHOVEN PIANO ORGAN New Af puno of tlila Xicn you wrlta McDOUGAL 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