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   Williamsburg Journal Tribune (Newspaper) - July 1, 1887, Williamsburg, Iowa                                if fcVEttV FRIDAY fit h fest Advertising Medium in Williamsbur VOLUME IOWA JULY NUMBER n TO oitbHrt In the Neatest and Promptest Manner EAST SIDE THE Now York postoffice has six thousand of which six hun dred arn SEVEUAL steamers on the Hudson river now toll their bells as they pass the tomb of General TINWARE STOVES NAILS i PUMPS BARBED WIRE GLASS CUTLERY THE mayors of all the Massachusetts cities have formed a Mayors Club for the purpose of securing uniform rnu lliclpal of is the oldest living graduate of Harvard Ho was ninetysix years old THE 41 Oompilecl From Late Dispatched FROM says that In ono Pennsylvniiia county in a single year was spent for ami of this came from working ELIZABETH tlie unmarried sister of the president of the Baltimore Ohio is said to have the neat little sum of laid up for a rainy S A CO Tin Roofing and Spouting a Specialty MANUFACTTTCIERS OF ALL KINDS OF DAIRY TIN GOODS WE HAVE 1UI 25 YEAKS EXPEKIESCE AS A TINNER IT has boon computed that the death rate of tho globe is 67 a and a and the birth rate 70 a a and a Miss GUACE tho daughter of Joe tho Now York has gone to tho Crow Crook Indian Agency in Dakdtn to start a mission school for the Indian K Comptroller of stated on the 23il Unit tho ness of ilio country wns In n Rood comity and that pooplo could look for anotlief prosperous DUIIINO the seven days ended on tnb 24th there wore 171 business failures In tlib United ngnlnst 213 the pioviotis sovon Tun President on the 2ltlt accepted tftp Ilio dedication to liim of tho Henry Ward needier by tho City Parker deliver tho eulogy in Brooklyn In Oclobjsy TiinitB waa nn Increase of 118 PrcsldeW tlnl postoffices In tho United States dur ing the lust Ilsctil tho total now being AT twentysix In the United Stntos during the wools tho 25th tho exchanges aggre gated against tho previous As compared with tho corrcsponlinsr week of tho Increase amounts to Arr order wns issued by Commissioner Sparks on tho 25th cancelling iUtyflvo desertland entries la Wyoming on account of TIIKHR have been placed on tho pension rolls Ilftyllvo thousand now pensioners during tho present fiscal Tills num ber is larger than in any one year since tho war except TUB President wns reported on tho 27th to have concluded not to make an appoint ment to All tho vacant Supremo Judgosbip until Work and Repairing under our personal supervision Work Warranted IN A suiiOSKu bachelor of Washington proves to bo a benedict of fourteen years standing and tha husband of his ono know they were married until they sought the other day to bo IP a Washingtoniaii remains away from church a month ho may bo lined iifty pounds of and a bab bling woman may be ducked in tho Such is tho law still found on the statutes books of the and What THE FITTSON JND TOD Sash AND ALIr BUILDING TmuTYFiVE of tho socalled per fectionists of who among other that their is God and that her is have been expelled from the Methodist Church in that LADY SETON has probably the earliest autograph letter of Queen Victoria in it was addressed to Sir Henry and contains in childs print characters these words How do you my dear Sir HcnryP Your little AND THE SUPERIOR NORTH EH6LISH Exclusive Sale oi the Popular Andrews School Directors lire invited lo call and examine Sample Desk and ret We Pay at All Times tho Highest Market Price fur Pelts anil CAPTAIN JACK tho gatoman nt Castle New who died the other day from a pistolshot wound inflicted by a drunken was the hero of fortyono lifesaving ex ploits recipient of Jive including two from SOME three thousand postmasters from all over tho United States have decided to hold an annual convention in Washington in December Tho object of the convention will be to urge upon Congress legislation increasing the salaries of postmasters and changes in the classification of mail phone Communication with the Savings l OHO LUMBER AND COAL WEST OF MATFIIAS SPLITLOG has been swindled out of in a realestate trans action at Split log is a Wyamlotte Indian and worth Ho can neither read nor and is generally very shrewd at n but tho realestate agents were too much for his untutored A BUTCHER in San Francisco has been notified that he and his immedi ate relatives liavo fallen heir to an estate worth which be longed to his groat Leopold in British and was con fiscated by tho British Government when ho died twentyfive years It has now been and will go to the proper Has ft Largo and Complete Stock of Our goods nro of the nnrt combine durability nnd Wo cany I flue lino of radios ICid In foot a full alook of Shoes and Rub ttcr tor luith Ladles and Wo nlso manufacture custom woiH to at Hook Bottom All our good trs Williamskirgh Savings y A YOUNG schoolteacher in the west ern part of Illinois a few years ago hail occasion to whip one of the larger Her parents were so indignant that they had him arrested and but lie bore himself with such dignity and selfrcspoct as to win the sympathy of tlio other patrons of the who paid his The young lady who caused tho trouble also became his and a few days ago became his Cupid will carry a birch rod in that part of Hie State THE JAMES ugod nineteen Was convicted on tho 23d at of tho murder oi Charles a milk Nowliug cut his victim up and distributed tho pieces In the Holds and along tho WILLIAM VAXUEIUIILT and a parly of friends started from Now York on the yacht Alva ou Uie23u on a tour around tho TUB New York silverchasers strike was pronounced a failure on tho and tho men were gladly accepting work con ditioned upon their withdrawing from tho Knights of Is the Bruttleboro jail John Bug who murdered Helen hanged himself on the CIIAKLES oi put u bullet into his brain at his wifes grave on the He was to have been married again on that and tlio wedding party had assembled before tho suicido became Two iitiNniiEn AXD TIIIIITY students grad uated from Harvard in Cam on the Tun New York Supremo Court reached a decision on the 24lh touching tho new Sunday by which hotelkeepers may sell liquor to guests with thoir meals Sun but the saloons must remain A NEW YOHK ilrm in their weekly trade review on tlio says the disturbances caused by tho failure of tho Fidelity Bank of Cincinnati had had an extensive effect upon general and also states that the enforcement of the InterState Commerce act threatened to stop manufacturing and mining at many Owixo to false reports that Jny Gould was dead almost a panic prevailed on tho New York Stbclf Duly two failures wero THE death of Freeman Comp troller of the Currency under President and a member of Congress for several occurred nt on the aged seventyeight STEVE a tightrope was killed on tho 20th at Niagara while attempting to walk tho rope when ho was AT ten county officials and tax collectors wore indicted on the 25th for Tim present population ot the United States is estimated by an Eastern journal at nearly sixtytwo WHILE driving iu his carriage at Au oxGovernor Ansoti Morrill was striken with paralysis on the IN tho eightoared bargenice at Now on tho between the Harvard and Columbia tho former Tho distance wns six tho time beating the record by ton sec APTEII investigating the case of eighteen French silkweavers who landed at Castle Collector of New on tho 27th ordered that they bo sent back to France under the act of Congress pro hibiting the importation of contract NEAII North Warren a mountain of coal wns discovered on the nnd great excitement IN a riot occurred ou tho 27th in which three cfllcors woro so voroly injured and throo citizens fatally The affair originated between strikers and nonunion WHILE busy In his olllco at Now York on tho 27th William general pas songor ugent of tho Graiui Trunk Jnmc9 AttorneyGeneral In Proit dent Lincolns died at lie wns born In Tun number of giinus won by the feall clubs in tho National League with the week ended on the 85tli was as follows 31 29 New M 21 10 15 ON tho SOth an attempt was made to en force tlio Missouri Sunday taw tit with only partial A lavgo number of arrests word Valto it trnin on the Missouri Pacific 1oacl Was caught in a ler tific hallstorm on tlio 25th and all thd gtnss on ono Bide nt Ilio train was ilomollshd The engineer stopped the train nnd sought safety under tho The stones wero as largo as hens oggs and covered tho ground to n depth of fourteen being hold In Utah by tho advocates of the for the ad mission of that Territory as n SEVKIIAL extensive tobacco warehouses at woro burned on With a total loss of Af a lire on11urS7tli swept nwny every of business cluirchos and railroad Two thousand people were nil communication Wns cut and the loss wns estimated at Six Baltimore politicians convicted of crooked election work wcra on tho 27th sentenced to two years imprisonment IN a collision on tho 27th at Barracks John engineer ot n freight wns killed and John Davis was seriously Cattle in four cnrs were all killed and the Irain took llro and was cleaning up the room on the 27th in which her father had died three years ago in Clair Atulrona Wcdgrulior found in a ratliolo a woolen sock that contained In Tim settlers on tho Maxwell land grim in Now Mexico it was reported on tho determined to resist the claims of tho syndicate which holds the althougl tho Supremo Court of tho United States has nftirmcd its SINCE tho inauguration of the strike Ir tho coke region throe months ngo it wtii on tho that operators am employes had lost in wages aiv POHTIONS of Texas wero swept by n fear ful windstorm oil tho At New Pros poet live men were and at Fairpliiy ono woman and two children lost llioi In the truck the tornado iiothini wns THE hostile Apaches in Arizona bav surrendered to Lieutenant Johnson nnd returned to tho San Curios A court martini has boon instituted to try tho principal EFFORTS nro being made to secure n full representation of colored Grand Army posts at tho encampment in Louis next FIIIE wiped out tho entire business por tion of on the IN tho Fairview section of Greenville the inhabitants woro on the 27th arming and organizing in view of tlio formation of secret labor societies among the AUGUST BEIININO prompted by jealousy shot and killed his to whom ho had been married live and then blow out his own brains at on the AT Oak La six colored men wero killed and two officers mortally wounded in a riot on the A TOWN WIPED Hin Tltrlvlnir VllliiR Kiillrrly llnnlroyoil ly Iirn fifteen Jeopln Itnmnleiw Kullmnteil nt froiM to tnr Juno city of thriving town Inhabitant and largo nil almost wiped outoi exisloiiM by lire Tlio names about In tho lumberynrA of Uptiam Manufacturing Company and jprcad with almost lightning Every possible effort Was made lo chock Hut In Vulnt and hundreds ot citi zens stood helpless nnd aghast at the great calamity which Was befalling thorn and the flumes which were devouring thoir nomos nnd places ot Tlio ma terial Iu tho lumberyard furnished spleit did food for thn Telegrams for help woro sent to Chlppowa Fall nnd other but aid did not arrive In time to b3 ol any By throo oclock it wns noon that tho entire business of the town was the flnmoswore raging wllh tlnabalcd and rostlcfls Tlio people Wero almost and tho which every olio asked was Will it stop As tho fire reached the residence part ol town vehicles nt every description were used in efforts Id save household goods nnd other property with which thn people Hod to tho Still the flames swept on and they have been subdued only because there Is nothing loft for thorn to toed Tho entire business part of tho except a solitary is a mass ot smoldering The loss can only bo guossod It will roach ou tho most conservative estimate and it may reach Tha amount of the though will not nearly cover the It Is esti mated at about onefifth of tho Thoro aro people homoloss and tho Kccnos ot anguish and despair on Ilio part of these who have lost all thoir earthly pos sessions can not bo It is simply People with tho household goods which they managed to save aro scattered along the and hundreds aro left without except tho friendly and with nothing lo Immediate as sistance is needed mid MnrshHolil will not forgot tlio friends who respond to the appeal which she sends forth iu her ex Uphnms furni ture factory and gristmill were do etroycd also tho entire Tho Wisconsin Central ctopot is Tho hont was so intense that foot of the Wisconsin Central which runs through one end of tho was bout and twisted into the most grotesque Travel can not bo on this account until Many poo plo wero transferred by specials to neighboring towns and others camped ou tho outskirts of tho Among the buildings destroyed besides those mentioned above are the Tremont and several minor the warehouses along tho Wisconsin four churches and many Tho fire was started by a spark from a The llro pro tection ot tho town was very The scenes about Murshlleld are The wonried men and depressed women aro watching the remnants of thoir homes and possessions promiscuously scattered round In tho surrounding which are lit up by tho glow that comes from the stillburning muss that covered acres and represented a thriving We Rtinrnntce better Larger nnd beter stock to select from and lower than any fivin in Town We pnsSftss better facilities for tloiiiR business than nny firm in the Our Lumber comes direct to out yards the nnd is not subjected to bundling by middle men Wo linve exclusive sale of tlio best cnnl mined in the Full stock of both Hard nnd Soft on Dont lay in your fall stock until you have ox nmincd Also HAIH Everything in the line of Building For Prices nnd Quality we cballcnfie Yards MINEIt AI GREAT distress was reported on tho J22d from n faminejn Asia KINO OTTO lias been officially declurjd lusano by the Bavarian NHAU a train was thrown from tho track on tho Kid anil seven persons were killed and forty others THE Canadian Parliament was prorogued on tho Sild by tho Is a fit of temporary insanity on the wife of a Presbyterian min ister at County of Scot cut tho throats of her three children and then lior NEAH tho quays at n water spout burst on tho submerg ing n washhouse in which wore eight per all of whom woro IN a touemonthouao fire in London on tho 20th live persons AN address was issued by Queen Victo ria on the 231U acknowledging her appre ciation of the kindness with which she was received by the people jubilee Ox the 27th Queen Victoria presented gold modals commemorative of her jubilee to eacli of her royal and silver medals to their and tugownois at were on tho 27th mnkiiig protests against thn tax of ono dollar exacted from each vessel arriving from the United DRAIN At Conroy and Highest prices paid for Grain and Those har1 ing any grain orsaeds to sell will find it to their advan tage to call on us before bringing samples if JOHN UOA11D IASTON and sixteen other young women wuro soiui time ago brought from Knglanil for tho Mor mon Miss Fusion and a Amelia did not liko tlio looks of Elder Uasooms oilier wives and managed to escape before being scaled lo Dressed in moils clothes Ihey loft and when at a safe made known their sex lo some who gave them suitablcs Miss Clcgg stopped with it lady in Omaha and Miss Fusion wont to u friends in TUB number of Judges of tho United Stales Supremo Court from tho date if tho creation of llm ninoty cightycars until today has reached but In that period the country has had Iwontytwo thirty Secretaries of thirtyseven Secretaries of tho thirtyeight Secretaries of thirtyouo Secreta ries of Ilio Ihirtylwo Postmas torsUoneral and Ihirtynino Atlornoys nolwitlislandiiig tho fact that although but ono of each of those classes of ollieials was or is in ser vice ul tho sumo IN Fayellu a singular scries of marriages has furnished amusement for many of the pooplo in tho last two Thoro were iivo Hambcr boys and the same number of Slarucs The Hambcr boys be gan marrying Stamcs daughters in and but iu tho last couple eloping recently to bo seeing himself thus went to tho house of Widow the took her in his going to married thus completing the circle of a family died WEST AND SOUTHi TUB Union of Chicago on the 28d declared tho strike they claim ing to have legal advice to tho effect that it would compel tlio contractors to resume AFAIIMHU named Clark and his brother and father were stabbed to death by a farmer named Dennis during a quarrel at on tho Louis Cincinnati com mission and grain failed on tho for BKXJAMIM over eighty years rich and who was ur reslod at nearly a year charged with choking his wifo to on tho allh acquitted by tho TUB Alabama State Agricultural and Mechanical College at Auburn was de stroyed by lire on tho FoiK with a full counterfeiting plant in Uieir arrested on tho 24th at A good deal of queer money had been circulated in neighboring suffered the extreme pen alty of tho law at BU Louis on tho 24th for and Edward Sliced was hanged at for killing a AT Virginia tiftoon men were imprisoned in a burning mine on tho and there woro no hopes of rescuing thorn AT worth of damage was done to property by lira on tho Tho city records woro de WILLIAM of a failed on the with lia bilities of CONUAII of North by killud his wife and stopsou with an axe and then cut off belli of Ills own hands on the WHIMS walking on the truck near Mcx threo men were killed by tho curs on tho THE Milwaukee Paul Rail way Companys locomotive and repair shops at Watertown woro burned to tho ground on the causin a loss of THE main building ot tho Chicago Pack ing Provision ut tho Stock was burned on tho 20th causing a loss of Bevora llreuicu woro Ax earthquake completely destroyed tlio Mono County marble quarry on tho causing a loss of AT on the two bank Crumb and George Busliug They attributed tnoir suspen siou to the recent wheat deal in On the moraine ot the 2otU ieaera OVTINO to a strike ot operatives throe largo cotton mills at woro closed on tho and thj employes had boon notiliod to quit tho companys tono Foil tho week ended on the 25th tundard silver dollars woro issued from ho TEN the famous running or which his had ofusod died at tho hitters farm 11 Kentucky on tho SSllK THE losses by tho recent nro at Marsh woro on the 23th placed ut MAHTIX and hor daughter voaion of wero draugod from heir bods by mask Minion in m the and brutally whipped vith hickory FnnisfiT tiros south of Grand woro consuming much valuable tim ber on the IN a riot on tho 28th at Moroc many Moors and a number of the local oiioo woro killed or Thirty of all wmi Uv tho oxploaiqn of u powdermill on tho JStli at throe men wero cilled and sovoralothers woro A iiUNnilicn buildings at tho loading town of tho Gogobio mining were destroyed by llro on tlio causing a loss of Many pooplo woro men woro killed on tho LSth by an accident iu tho Vulcan inina at INFOHMATIOM was receive at on tlio Ktli that tlio sloop which loft Port Townsond for Alaska liny never reached but that tho lour in wore murdered by lull rails off Knights THE striking employes of tho salt works at woro oviotsd from the companys houses on tho V FlKi on tlio 2Sth destroyed the Strawn OponiUouso in and a store building belonging to Jncleo Tlio total loss was estimated at ON the 2Slh two men who had robbed n stugo coach wero captured near nnd Owixo to disappointment in love Miss Alice agjd twenlytlireo com mitted suicldu on tlio 2tith at her homo ton miles west of AT a Btato Temperanco wus orgunizud on tho sixtyulna years of was fatally burned on tho 2Slh at by the explosion of a llrocracker which somo boys had throwu beneath lior THE yellow lever wus spreading rapidly tin tlio 2Slh at Key Out of fortysix cases nineteen had Juno is said at the Wisconsin Central general oilloos In this city that the loss by tho lire in Marsh field range from to Thoro Was no wind prevailing at tho time of the and it is dlfllcult to account for tho rapid progress of tho Thoir direc tion was toward the Upham manufactories and tho Tho central depot was soon swept as was the companys water tank nnd a pile just west of tho about iiOO feet Tho bridge was one over which tho main line runs and its destruction impelled The loss sustained by tho Central Company will amount lo or Tho company will ut onco rebuild its depot and Tho tienttiiel received tho following dis patch last night Our people hero nro out of provisions or liny place to buy Help Is Tho wires to Marshibld liavo boon down nearly all night sinco the and further particulars of tho tiro can not bo MYSTERIPUS A 1oiliiK Girl Kocovos n IJonlllWouncl In Her Fntlinrit Juno At eleven oclock Sunday night Miss Sarah a pretty girl of was mysteriously and diod yostoiJuy For a year past Miss Aldrklgo hnd been receiving attentions from George a young man twcntytlueo yours ot who works with his father in tho Iron foundry of Dennis in this Sunday night ho left his homo in Louisville and called upon his Botwoon ton and olovon oclock tho parents of Miss Aldndgo wero awakened by a pistolshot iu the Tlioy rushed to the room nnd found their daughter lying upon tho floor with tho blood pouring from a bullot holo iu tho Jetol says ho was asleep with his head in the lap ot tho girl when tho deed and that she committed lie is now in South side Public DEALER IN US A WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THG GEOGRAPHY OF THIS WILL WHO 10 UWHKVOf EXAMINING THIS THAT THE THE MEXICAN POSTAL Honor llcimern Hollows It Will JiicroiMO Trillin with Ilio UniUnl June tho Mexican is enthusiastic over tlio now postal treaty nwlo between tho United Stales and under which all matter may puss between tho two conn trios ut tho rutos now prevailing in this Buid Minister Romero Tho trouty practically makos u single ter so fur us tho muil borvico is ot Moxico and tho United and it menus InciOustMl triulti oetwocn Ilio two the advantages which will ncirus Kurily accrue to merchants uiul Imsiiiess men will bo It will create quite u largo vetiili Inuio between Mexico und Ilio United to tin iirolll of both its ad vantages not liclni confined lo any one clly or but bcim uqaully effective in all por tions o the Colored Men Invited to tho Criinil Army NEW Juno Lung BU arrived in Now York yosteidiiy Ho comes in the in torost of a movement inaugurated by load ing colored citizens of who pro pose that the colored people shall izo tho approaching encampment of tha Grand Army of tho Hopublic at Louis by a becoming Tho idea is to urgo all colored posts of tho Grand Army of the Republic to bo present at tho encampment toinvito tho colored peo ple iu all parts of tho country to send dele gations of representative men to talco part iu the General Iluwaril tlio Apache Outbrtmlt Knilucl June Uouorul Miles has forwarded to the War Dopurlmont a dispatch from Uonoral Howard announcing tho termination of the Apache General Howard reports that Lieutenant Johnsons energetic pursuit of tho hostile band drove them back into tho Ban Carlos reservation and compelled their A military court has been organized and tho warriors guilty of civil offenses will ba TUB wife oi Jumoa living in a j turned over to tho civil The Louis oil in slovo j aro at uu end and tho War on tho ing and an explosion Donahue and her two cliil Department believes tha cnrapjiign to be very creditable to tho clUcoti in ROCSC ISLAND PACIFIC RY only true niddlolfcik in that tronseo itates travel and 1 Tho Hook lal Oonos HIS mtlnentaf system invites and faciV lock xuinois of lutormedlato towns and THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE its practical one tat DlmNQOARS providing excelle and Kansas j OHAIB THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE Is the favorite1 this vouts cslid Jast E and huntla jid craziucr iann3ui families ladies and receive to3oyr Foldersobtainable Doited States Oonadaor any dewed R 4 Qsui MY HI ill   

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