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   Williamsburg Journal Tribune (Newspaper) - November 5, 1886, Williamsburg, Iowa                                f ItlMSBMGfl JOURNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY per In lest Advertising Medium in the 1 ttffai Williamsbufgh VOLUME IOWA NOVEMBER NUMBER JOB RCCK A3 EXKCUlKI TO OUDEH n the Neatest and Promptest Manner EAST SIDE ftRDWAR DOBBS TINWARE STOVES NAILS PUMPS BARBED WIRE GLASS t CUTLERY SSI PI DOBBS fe Tin Roofing and Spouting a Specialty MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF DAIRY TIN GOODS WE HAVE HAD 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE AS A TINNER New Work and Kepairing under our personal supervision All Work Warranted Fletcher DEALER IN DRUGS CHEMICALS Oils and Jfrfc Fancy ft Toilet Confect i Tobaccoi WALL i Prescriitifliis careMl o now ico factories have neon started in the South during tho past nino llAimY tho oldest son of the Into President is soon to marry his Miss of SAN FIIANOISCO will observe Novem ber 27 as Arbor nnd the soliool children of the city will plant forty thousand West Side New Meat Market LEASURE The choicest and Best FRESH and SALT MEATS on Cash pnicl for bides mid CALL AND SEE Williamsburgh Savings BOOT AND Hai a and Complete of people are very much depressed on nccoimt of tho repented renewals of earthquake When will this ondP they scientist suggests tho nso of electricity as a substitute for the eatonino tails in corporal punish This is simply PmsoNEiis1 SUNDAY was observed this year on the 2lth of October in nine Mary New Jersey and THE highest orchard in tho United States is in Its altitude is ovor six thousand The small boys in the neighborhood must havo a pretty severe climb to get at the but no doubt they got there just the A CHEMIST says that a cigar contains butyric and proprionic prussic carbolic sulphuretted plcolino and ruIn to say nothing of the cabbaginc Rnd burdockic IT is reported that the peanut crop of the country will bo nearly three and half million This is at tho rate of about two quarts for eacli woman and and will bo enough to give the American digestive system Hillicient exercise for tho GRIDDLE CAKES arc to como conspic uously to the front this and it is going to bo quite tho proper so a lady prominent in New York so ciety aversfor the fashionable young women to boast of her achievements in this Gnddlocako parties aro HEKOES indued were those bravo fol lows on the Anchoria who answered the calls of the captain for volunteers to man the lifeboat and go for succor when seventy miles from There was no lack of so that the chief ollieer had no diflioulty in mak ing up a superior THE Compiled from Late DispatoheSi FROM Dninxo tho last flscnl yonr tlioro monoyordois roprosont Ing tor which toes nggrogntfrig fill wero INDIAN CUMMISHIONRII In his annunl snyn tlint during tho pnst your Iho Indian rnco 1ms tnknn n flrinor stop In inarch toward than ovor boforo in tho same length of Tho estimates for carrying on tho Indian service have hooti reduced from in 18SO to f for llo urges that moro schools bo Tim nctlvo control of tbo Treasury Do pnrtmeut was resumed by Secretary Man ning on tho 80th tho United States nnd Canada tho business fnllures for tho soven days ended on tho liOlh numbered against IDS the previous seven SBCIIKTAHV MANKIND on tbo called in In throe per interest to coaso with THE First Assistant Secretary of tho Treasury sold on tho 80th that there was no legal provision for tho exclusion of Mormon Tim receipts of Iho Government during tho ilrst four months of tho present llscal year ondod on tho 80th wore being in excess of tho ro colpti during tho corresponding period of last Tho expenditures wore A KBW days ago the wife of Gaorgo Don with a child iu oach jumped into tho Potomac noar ami all three wore No cause was known for tho THE exchange at twentysix loading clearinghouses in tho Unitid Btatos dur ing tho wook end id on tho 80th aggre gated against tho previous As compared with tho corresponding waok of tho increase amounts to per TIIHIU wore during tho ton months ended on tho business failures in tho United States against tho previous ten Canada had 091 this against has selected November as a day National prayer and TIIK publicdebt statement for Octo ber is as follows Total debt Including less cash items available for reduction of and re servo bills for redemption of United States notes cash in less amount in Do crease during DUIIINU tho week ended on tho 30th the fssuo of standard silver dollars from the mints was same week last The coinage of tho mints for October was of which was in silver ON Iho 1st tho law taxing oleomargarine wont into It was announced that manufacturers and generally would meet tho tax and continue in busi THE railroad in convention nt New York magnan imously agreed to wait for the result of the experiments with a twentyfour oclock and for public opinion on the before adopting it all over the It is now in us only on the western division of the Canadian Pacilic A MAN in Pennsylvania advances tlio theory that natural gas is confined in tho earth in a ihiid and has iled a caveat for a patent for a contrivance to bring tlio alleged llnid to tlio sur face and into receptacles for its pres If tho theory proves to be correct it may be considered the great est discovery of tho IP your who is ninety one years of ago and can read without has recently cut and shocked ten acres of corn in one and then loaded up a couple of hundred pump kins to show tho boys Unit ho wasnt tho least bit dont let tlio news papers hold of the An ex change thinks this isnt tho fall for be lieving in such A TEHKIBLK panic occurred on board tho ocean steamer America during her recent voyage from Queenstown to New A storm swept tho waves completely ovor tho bridge and a cry of lire increased the Cap tain Grace stood on deck fortytwo and when the danger was passed tlie reaction caused a congestive which proved Two passengers went and ono of them suicided by jumping JOHN OasUw BOARD John TKANSAOT8 A iENEUAL BANKING LOANS ON HEAL ESTATE SKCU1UTY FOKK1UN ANL DOMESTIC EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND JNTEUEST IAID ON TIME COLLECTIONS KECE1YK 1UOMlT AND CAKEFUL CoitfiKSPOxnKNTB National New First National First National City National Cedar Our aro of the and combine durability and We carry a flno lino of Ladles Kid ID fact a full stook cf Skoal MuV hfr for both Ladles aud We ilio manufacture custom work to at Rook Bottom All A HKroiiTKu for n pnpor in an Iowa town where a Chinamnn had sot up n laundry conceived tlio idea of getting a scoop on all tlio other papers in thu State by Interviewing tbo Celestial in regard to the outrages on American missionaries in Ho spent half an hour in trying to make Toy hung understand his and then came away with tho following re sult inscribed in his notebook Towel ii oen sookeo li con shnlteo ton cen nighteeshultoo lifteon con want wusheeP MISRRS will continue to hoard and thieves will break In and steal said gold with equal A poor old man in New York found great happiness in his lonoly lodging in counting his store of nearly two thousand all in Hritish sov ereigns and half A paint er who watched him found great pleasure in stealing tho and tho police found great pleasure in naptnr ing tho Only iv portion ot the gold was The miser had no confidence in bank THE Superintendent of tho Foreign Mail Oilico at Washington iu his an nual report says the total weight of letters dispatched to foreign countries during the past year was and of papers Tho report presents the service of dilleruiit On the of population Canada heads the with one oflica to every 0J3 inhabitants Switzerland with ono to every SJ64 tlie Uuited States one to every Tho United States is lirst iu railway THE the 2Sth tlie funeral ot widow of took pluco in New Tun unvailing by Fresidont Cleveland of thp Bartholdi status on Bodices in Now York on tho was wit nessed by vast Although the weather was disagreeable tho parade wtis the greatest over soon in that Tho naval display was especially nnd tho buildings were profusoly Among those participating in tho core monies wore Count do Los the President and General Sheridan and tho of eight JOHX prominent asa who recently married Misa was murdered on tho 2Sth on th i railroad track at inglon by unknown LKADIXO wirs manufacturers assembled nt Pittsburgh on tho SSth and formed a National boins elected TIIHKK acre3 of coal were on tho 31st at tho Standard near Mount nnd it would bo months before mining could bo Six hundred men wore thrown out of AiTiiR a tour of four months in Homy Ward Boochor arivod in Now York on the 31st THE surveyor of the port of Now Huns was fired at throe times on the 1st by a discharged inspectornamed Louis Tlio wounds were not con sidered Bnirel was Ox tho 1st oxTreasurer of Pitts wassnidto bo a defaulter to tho extent of woro suspended on tho 1st in tlio oleomargarine factory in Connecti of Eastorbrook of New because of the Federal ON the evening of tho 1st tho firoworka exhibition in honorof thoStatuoof Liberty took place in Now York and tho scono was ono of tho ever By the will of Cornelia of New filod for probato on tho tho bulk other estate is bequeathed to Charles her of and Judge Henry tho latter in trust for several objects WEST AND A woman nt Forest locked her throe children and two others in hor housa a few evenings ago nnd wont to Tho house took lire from a lamp and four children woro burned to WILLIAM of ngod fiftyeight who was bitten by a dog two weeks died of hydrophobia on tho liOth IT was stateil on tho 80th thnt the Adams Express Company Bad paid claims of arising from tho recent robbery on tho Sun Francisco A COLLISION of freight trains on tho Baltimore Ohio road on tho 30th ult noar totally destroyed two engines and twentyseven cars with their One man was seriously sections of Louisiana nnd Mississippi a killing frost was reported on tho flOth A Finn destroyed seventeen stores the other morning at A NKW postotiico in Dakota has been named Ox the 30th the number of deaths from tho recent railway accident at win pluood at Three Sisters of were among tho Tho remains of thirteen had been IN a ginhouse at Little a boiler exploded oil1 the 30th killing Frank Waters and his wife aud severely injuring four Til K extensive refinery at Louis sus pended operations on the 30th on ac couut of the low prices prevailing for SHOCKS of earthquake were felt on the 31st at Charleston and and at No damage was IN railway collisions on the 81st near four men were THE leader of Salvation Gen eral of arrived Ifl Chicago tlie 30Lu Tim Federal court Fort on tho 80th sentenced murderers from Indian Territory to bo bunged on January Tim other night tho postoffice Mount was robbed of ono thorwanil dollars in money and a like amount in Niun Jartlt Buck nnd his sister were nmrdorod by two man namod Jones and Tho object wns but tbo murderers capt Ox tho BDth nib It was said that tlio money recently stolon from nn Adams Ex press cnr on the Ban Francisco road was nearly AT 105 nnd 107 Madison Chi n fire on tho Slst did damage to extent of One fireman was killed and sovornl othors woro ON the 1st Jnmos alias McDon wns arrested nt Minneapolis for pasi ing dangerous counterfeit silver Illndlo confessed thnt tho counterfeltiufl was being dona by an organized gang at IN the bootpacking honses of Nelson Morris and Swift at tho Chicago Stock about struck on tho 1st nunlnst a return to tho tonhour system of KAHLY on tho morn ng of tho 1st Henry nnd old and wonlthy who foi forty years had lived on a arm noni lingers was murdorod on tin highway by unknown AT Libby ngod thirtyfour wifo of eonif mitted suicide on tho Slio loft a notn stating that she was tired of and thai tho Lord wanted AT another quake shock was felt at eight on the THE Cherokee Legislature mot at Table on tho A ruin on tho 1st at caused n loss of AT tho clothing of tho yearold daughter of Baldwin wns ignited from a bonfire on tho nnd sho was burned to Tim recent discovery of silver mines In the vicinity of has caused much FOREIGN Ox Iho 2Sth tho steamer from collided with tho in tho nt Tho latter vessel sank nnd seven woro IN tho Ilhono nnd Garonnn in floods had on tho SSth caused great Numerous villages woro submerged and the inhabitants woro in groat returns from Japan for tho four weeks ended September 33 gave now cnsos nnd MiiiiCHANTd in Canada wero on tho 28tb clamoring for on extradition treaty with tho United Tho heavy losses by the Rothschild failure nt Toronto wore tho A number of landlords in West have mndo heavy reduc tions in rent ELEVKN now cases of cholera and seven deaths were reported in AustroHungary on the FLOODS in tho districts of Maremma and were on tho 30th caus ing groat distress among the ON the 30th Robert Evan nn American was hanged at for Ho stoutly protested his innocence on the Tin American Teemor and defeated Perkins and British in a series of double scull racem on tho on tho 30th LBADINO reformers met nt on tlio 3Jth to discuss the question of annexation to the United IN tho Friendly Island group soven native villages wero destroyed by volcanic erup tions a few days i3iu MICHAEL HICKSBKACII reported to tho British Cubinot on tho 1st that there was n marked cessation of outrages in Ire that tenants woro paying their rants under tho landlords and that tho prospects wero good for a paacaful UisiATcnns of tho 1st say that ovor one hundred sovoro shocks of earthquake wore experienced on September 10 on ono of the Tonga in tho Pacific From tlio bottom of a luko of marvelous depth arose a volcano to tho height of throt hundred RECEXDKZ boarded a train at Nuovo on the 1st and killod his wife nnd who wore go ing to OKOKAR KLEIN Dealers In nil kinds of FOEOTTUBE We keep a full lino of the best class ns well as Hie lower priced Mid are prepared to stilt nil who may favor us with their UPHOLSTERED GOODS M cheap as they cnn bo purchased anywhere and warranted as LOUNGES AND CHAMBER of the very latest nnd will be sold at the lowest possible Call nnd see us nnd examine furniture and learn prices before purchasing Satisfaction Petr Live Dealer AT Conroy and South Always pays tho very highest prices market affords tor fat hogs and FOUH ranprinff from three to woro at on the 2d by Uie sand bank under which they wore playing caving An oxprossotir from Chicago on tho Lake Shore road wns entered near Toledo early on tho mornln ot the 2il and plun dered of valuable Is New Orleans on tho M of shot and killed Fitz with whom Fords wife had head of a wholesale grocery linn at fell down un elevator shaft on tho 3d and was THE Tun result of tho State elections on tho 3d were estimated as follows Now Hamp Legislature with no choice for Governor New Legis lature Republican HhoUe Hanry Spoonor roalootort to Congress in tho First no choice in Kocomlj both parties claim n victory on Uovornor all tho Demo cratic Congressmen elected Dem ocratic Governor chosen Bouth no opposition to Democratic ticket Ala all Democratic Congressmen also tho saini result In Georgia IVpublicansgainthree Congressmen West two Democratic and two Repub lican Congressmen in Arkansas and Louisiana the Democratic Congress men wore elected tho Republic ans elect Ihoir Governor by majority Now tho Democrats moot Peckuum Judg i of thj Court of and tbo Republicans secure nineteen of the thirty four Congressmen and tho Legislature Hewitt was elected mayor of New the voto Goorga Labor Roosevelt Ward wall Ro publlcans elect Secretary of Htuto by KK thirteen of tho twenty Con and tho Legislature in doubt Republican Governor and Legislature elected Wisconsin reolocU Governor Legislature iu doubt Iowa goes Republican by majority both parties claim Michigan Ueavor is elected Governor in Penn sylvania Ohio is Republican by tho usual majority and Indiana in in Nebraska anl Kansas are both Uusiacbusotts elects Ames Governor California elects Swift Governor Joseph Corey is chosen Congressman from Wyoming Territory and John Cuiuo from The Republicans carry Colorado and Nevada Tennessee elects Robert Taylor Governor by majority Missouri elects the Democratic ticket by The so far us indicated that the Demo cratic majority in the noxt House of Rep resentatives Would be reduced from forty Cbreo to Undertaking a HEARSE furnished when desired Shrouds and Undertaking Goods always on N thcast corner of Roger Jones and DEALERS IN General Merchandise Dry Hats and Boots and Shoes Canned Ladies Fine Shoes A The Highest Market Price paid for Give us a Remember the The west side of the East Public fronting the IIA11KV MINEE DEA1EUS IN SEE AND DEAI1T At Conroy and William Highest prices paid for Grain and Those hav ing any grain or saeds to sell will find it to their advan tage to call on us before bringing samples if cou ORCHESTRAL tlront American Itfial Tralflckoi fU YOU WANT TO B SELL YOUR FARM Or trade your fnrni for a fnrm in some ollitr Stnto or or Undo a mnnl rnrin for n or a largn ono for i small onis Have you a Creamery or Town Property you wlsn to sell or triulti Komi ine cent stumps to Full JOHN Paper Caloimln also Carriage anil Wiigon ESTIMATES QtVEN ON Shop on Washington opposite Da NEW toss MA Has opened up the Saddlery and Harnem business on the South side of the Square where he invites the citizens of Williams burgh and surrounding country to give Mm 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 Repair ing done 011 shortest Cull and see SH Williamsburgh City Telegraph Ci All business for lower end o town ami also for any point in the United received at tho Post Rates very MEAD SIX Grnnd Improvement a In flood No pedal ul vnrpuu to wuar Alt piano ed vpon A child cnn njitrala hnak or pvil mwtia can ha executed vpon CBHO niado of solid ubonlzid and BO lilghly pollflhud an to niekft It almost impomibte to tinyuiaMtfioin Iso organ mnnufnctnrcd Jua met wliii tho pupulnrlty of tills ae fa proven by tliolmmeufo It even bids fnir to citr paaatliooniiianclfor llio fnrfnmod Improved Hiirlng Increased our fucMIUca for irumirnciurlnff ty purcliuslnR Improved wo oro nblc to ro duco tho pTiccifrom to only ivnlcb tnoludca a mtialo hook nnd ndjiitttablo Tlioeu wTfililng tho Improved Dcethovvn and Rihor fltylcaof orgnna wllh UPUZUUT IMaiiua from f to nleaao write and wo will tako plcaauroln civIngQlI the Information ltfllri4 free TliOBowho contemplate purchasing will do well to cnnf ult Wllh Deal direct with ho Vou tborcforoBaTeaffenlHiirontHlivpiirrhoilnff alrorlfrom the our iDBtrumcnta oro wnrrnnfrd for hlX and ueBcnt nnvwhero on 15 test If not orann may bo aud our crm par trelRtit clmrgcB both Eltju Talntera Address all DEETI10YR1V PIANO OHOAIV Iew A name of tuU you McDOUGAL Mnmiliulmcr of mid Dealer in A full and complete stock always on Repairing done on short PRICES ME A CALL WHO 13 UNACQUAINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THIS WIUVl SEE BY EXAMINING THI8 THAT THEI ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC RAILWAY Bv reason of its central position and close relation to all principal lines Bast and at initial and terminal constitutes the most important midconti nental link in that system ofthrouffh transportation which Invites and facili tates travel and traffic between cities of the Atlantic and Pacific It to asortho favorite and best route to and from Northeast and Davonp Tentonrbamerori and fii Kansas Albert Minneapolis and in Minnesota Watertown In Dakota and hundreds of interinedlata villages and THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE Guarantees Its patrons that sense of personal security afforded by a thorqUlaly smooth operation of alf its Otlwr specialties of this route are Transfers at all conneetms joints In Union and tne unsurpassed comforts and luxuries of its Passenger The Fast Express Trains bo posed Digestion waiting on and Health on Between Chicago and Kansas City and are also run tho Celebrated Eeclinins Chair THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE lathe direct and favorite line between Chicasro and Minneapolis and where connections are made In Union Denots for all points in the Territories and British Over this Past Exnress Trains are run to the watering summpr picturesque and bunting and ing grounds of Iowa and It is also the rocst dcsir4ble route to rich wheat fleldsand londB of Interior between Council jxauoaa wuu For detailed see Maps and as well es at nil principal Ticket United Btatea and Canada 9t by addressing   

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