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Webster City Tribune (Newspaper) - August 24, 1888, Webster City, Iowa WEBSTER CITY TRIBUNE FRIDAY County and of If li OF OF la WEBSTER HAMILTON AUGUST ECONOMY JOD DEALER IN LEGAL BLANKS ft MARTIN ft la CHASE ft front Drai lit AN AND promptly ifl AND All promptly ANI JT Call prompt D r attended to day or 1SI or nd dron and two lAiora north or Calla pay or ol cattle and a cried t ratei la Hamilton and at loar of In and at VeWer Brick 4 Tile Graduate Dept Iowa Veterinary Physician and All calli by letter or Insurance and Loans LEE SON FARM INSURANCE A SPECIALTY lo ee Tami and t Leee Jewelry Webiter city Frank v Merchant A Fit Mat trial and Very Lowest SERVIS AT THE NEW WAGON AND BLACKSMITH SHOPS two doors south of lumber t Are BOW to do all kinds of WAGON WORK AND SMITHING to nt reasonable PLOW WORK A We want all our old to call and too and everybody else that may 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 Farmers and You can now buy your direct from tha and save mon at the new Crooked Creek Yards In Webster 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 of Population In NEBRASKA AND TRAIN SERVICE lo carefully arranged to meet ol local aa well aa to the moat attractive Routes for travel between Important TRADE Ite EQUIPMENT of Day and Par lor Dining and Palace Sleep Oara a without Ita ROADBED la ol The IB the fa for the Commercial the Tour let and the after New in tho Golden Detailed Information cheerfully by STOCK Miles South of 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 Prices f Wo olt u fow very Poland China young t i paper taken 19 are v i IN Now York two hundred nnd poopo nro serving son hns rich through thu death ot his CHARLES hns boon n mem ber of every for Illness nnd Grants nnd Arthurs twelve NEW YORKS police foive now mini beis In the lust quarter this of whom onehalf were tho noted rail road and Is with an ambition to send nn exploring expedition In Bench of the South A NEW YORK reporter forcibly robbed of n diamond stud nnd n silver handled Reporters do get BO about parading sur BOOTHS only Is with nnd childlike Sho Is wholly In hor bus Two people of George 113 with his ninety ho received his friends nt iv fow days who succeeds wus born In Septem ber nnd graduated nt West Point July In tho sumo With WHEN n editor somc tho leading dont like they lock him In tho City of Mexico ono prison Is full of nnd tho City of Is following tho widow of Frederick I linn nn annual In come of 1 of IB derived from Sho will he obliged to Germany hor nominal residence nnd to visit Berlin every TIIK Is said to bo sum In the At nny tho 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 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 Penitentiary arc nine Apaches lately received from the San Carlos Reserva They are nil committed for murder or attempted Cap tain Jack has thirty to ROLAND for eighteen years yachting reporter of the Now York who died recent ly at Shelter when no tho Atlantic Yacht Club on Its annual passed away In a telegraph with his report of tho race before TUB lute Thomas was the second Governor of the State of Knn and tho Oral to Thorp have been ten In took in nnd the credit of tho Stale was ruined and its bonds wore scarcely worth cents on tho Ho pledged his own vast wealth to the States credit and floated bonds almost at A WIFES faithfulness deserves hon recognition at all and a beautiful illustration of this comes from Abo Mountain is serving a twelve year term In tho Kustorn ho foil sluk and sent to his 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 has changed little since tho death of her though she Is seventysix years She Is Hying at a hotel hv The house at remains and goes there only occasion It Is said that de sired to tho summer but her sons opposed as they feel unable to support so large an establishment and tho beautiful placo shows signs of Income Is only fifteen hundred dollars per of has completed what Is to bo the smallest locomotive In world that runs upon a rail or by It la made of stool and contains The weight Is ano a half length of on 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 man recently appeared In Brooklyn court with grievance of lie hud met an old rejected sweetheart on the and her of joy was so powerful that In kissing him sbo drew ft loose tooth entirely roe from Its Tho man thus deprived of his molar t thought that there method 4n her mad style of on that she was tak ing for slight Tho court aid not assess but advised thq to put pw pn tbo draught pf her THE Compiled From Late FIFTIETH b 11 Intro In tho to truma nnd persona connected with Tho In tho n wna on tho pension roll widow al tho nito of n Most of tho day wus In on nt fort to nnd hold a quorum on tho wnn In the on tho Hoc rotary of thn Treasury for a of tho In banks on August Tho trouty win further In tho tho In IIIR tho un tho Army o by tho The orlos further la thu tho but nil to nny wore because of tho Inck of n tho a wus prohibiting tho mulling of or In out It to voto on tho treaty next Ad to tho In tho Homo taring on n to for tho of gon pension anil to up tho moat of the July Inst for tho sumo month nnd for tho sovon months July 111 past tho seven of Oil tho 14th Issued nu la of tho with head quarters nt Amorican party on tho Kith mot In In A split on tho question of and all tho thoso from Now York California with Thoso linn oral of New fur nad of Tonnes for fa vors tho of Hio demands that no nor Insane persons bo allowed to this ownership of nnd free schools for American t were 151 business failures In tho United during ended on tho tho previous sevon Tho total In tho United from 1 to datu U In woro given Uico on tho 17th to proceed to Iort uu to protect Interests In tho on account of tho stuto of martial law which THE tho Investigation In Now York Irish on tho 14th that they were In to coma to this country by agouti who told talos of tho that could bo Ox tho of tho Mill James arrived at nnd his follow townsmen gave an Os tho 14th ono of tho most storms known on Mount in tho attain ing n velocity of nearly one hundred 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 on tho 15th nnd n with Morgan of for Tho platform adopted Indorses tho Chicago nominees and favors liberal pledges tho party to further legislation to restrain dochires to tho theories of free and tho Democratic Idea of thrift for revenue Nnw Democrats will hold their State convention at Buffalo Ix a fog off Hablo Island on tho 14th tho steamers and uf tho lino and QUO hundred and nineteen wore Tho sunk In live minutes after tho accident 801110 of passen gers and crow escaped to the which also in lured and threat ened to go when tho Wle laud cnino to Iho Tho ur nt tho port of Now York with the survivors on tho The put Into a clork at tried on tho to shoot his and thon killed his and Jealousy was the Ox the 17th Deacon ty his 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 Witt on tho 17lh placed at ono hundred arid Tho loss of tho and cargo was placed at Till Amorican linr la ses sion ou the 17th at David Dudley of Now presi and of ono of the McDAy and Arm of North woro burned to death on tho as n result of starting a lire with WEST ANO wore wade on tho 15th as follows for Congress Thirteenth Illinois Major Connolly Hop Eighth Iowa James Eleventh Iowa Hi bio Eleventh Indiana Ninth Ohio Cooper Fifth Houth Maryland Theodora Long Jamos Jamos 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 15th and split Into two factions over tho report of the Com on Thu delegates who withdrew held a separata and Indorsed the Tho remained and put In the field the following ticket For llov Wildman Mills Warren i of McAllister Bin to Jamos John Kablo of Land Scott i Public hold their con vention on the at Paul Wilson for The platform Adopted eulogizes and and tho Presidents Administra and declares that tho abolition of u by of the upon Is the proeminent of the In convention Dalian OB too for and Whooler for Lion A proposition for n con received only 00 votes nut of will hold a National con nt Cincinnati on to nominate candidates for pnd and James Louisville attempted on tho to arrest Charles a desperado who his when stubbed both of them AT tho National convention of Insur ance Commissioners on tho 111th nt Madl of elected heavy hardware jobbers of tho West mot In Chicago on tho nnd tho object being to oppose tho formation of com bination nnd of was elected president THE Wyoming Territory Court on the decided that woman In the Territory was TUB Chicago Frederick von said on tho tilth was nil International band of mall thieves In and one Charles was Implicated nt tha head and front of tho Ix convention at Omaha on the nominated a with for Gov Tho plat form demands tho repeal of laws favors tho tho tnx on liquors nnd a speedy nnd thorough reform of tho and demands the elective franchise foi ON tho Chief of tho his and live wen killed by In his cabin on tha reservation near of West Virginia met at nnd nominated of Tho Indorses tho ticket nnd Ox tho of was nominated for Congress by tho Twentieth district of tho Fourth Missouri dis on tho tilth nominated Major for Ix Northern Minnesota nnd Dakota a heavy frost fell on tho 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 of tho Hons of on tho 17th In Ab of was elected AT Little Hugh hanged tm the 17th for tho murder of n friend In May and Alexander Wood colored was nt for thn murder of his In Ix New and Lafayette parishes in Louisiana war cut minuted on tho 17th in tho killing of thir teen Ox tho Von was re tired from tho of the Gorman armies and succeeded by General Ox tho 14th thirty on routo to mado a attempt to es cape nt woro ton wounded nnd six had on tho 15th over thrown tho of mid tbo President had taken refugo on an English A new Government would bo formed by the of tho 15th from Dublin sny there were encouraging assurances that bad times In Ireland were fires In tho townships of and Oso In Ontario had on tho 15lh done to tho extent of Many settlers had lost every thing they Ox tho loth tho young son of the was burned to death at To playing with TIIK business portion of was recently destroyed by ADVICES of tho from London sny that Florence aged twelve mado tho ascent of Mont 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 people lost their lives Tho damage to property was mated Ix Upper Austria groat to reported on tho 17th from a violent wind A of tho 17th says tho of Morocco killed Prince nnd two nun dred wbo had bcon sent by tho Empress to treat with Tin of the clubs In tho National for tho week ended ou tho 18th wm as follows Now American 8t Mi West ern Association Dos Ht nominated for on the ISth by tho Democrats of tho THE City of New La and Ems started on 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 was born at Hooh and hud n reputation ns a and pisciculturist will hold convention nt Hop IN France two old agod throe ami yours wore on tho by Tun of tho Fourth Illi district on tho 18th nominated ftr and Louis nnd woro by In 1lousaat on tho and Noah lynched at for Insulting u white Tin Van Hood at which In revolutionary tunes ground Hour for Washingtons was burned on on tho 16th nominated for Congress by tho Union Labor party In tho Eighth Missouri dis Michael lu tho Tenth Tile warehouse of tho ural works at Ban Francisco was destroyed by 11 io on tbo AT twentysix loading In United the during tho week ended on tho 18th aggregated tho previous As compared with tho correspond ing wook of 1SS7 the amounted to reports of tho 18th showed that tha corn crop was In excellent condi tion except in somo portions of where It had been damaged thirty per cent by hot TUB Democrats of tho Fifth Missouri dis on the 18th nominated John noy for TIIK United States Bonato wan not la elon on tup In the tbo now Immigration wau SUNK IN A A Terrible on the Off to tha And Ono nnd uf till Lives of tails uf tho NKW steamship of tho which loft hero last August was run Into off Capo Unco Tuesday by tho steam ship of tho sumo Her was In nnd sho sank Tho worn got into boats as rapidly as tho las also used la tho work of Tho Gelser sunk so that tho bouts returned from the after trip tho disabled steamer had leaving of people struggling In the The collision occurred off Tho Geisor sank In live Tho 453 In woro to tho and brought here with tho fourteen passengers nnd seventeen of tho crow of the All the others on the seventytwo and of tho wore The Is Irving to reach The exact extent or her Injuries Is Tho loft aud August 4 fir New She Is commanded by Is tons Tho of The collision occurred about 4 oclock Tuesday First unite Honry bad bcon lu tho hiving retired at 11 oclock the night perfectly clear and no danger About 4 oclock Captain by a call from tho on who said there Was dauger of a A moment Inter lUoro was shrill which tUo but before they got on there was a terrible was crushed Hume of tho tight woro broken Into and tho ship begun at once to on board woro thrown Into confusion and Captain Moller continues Tho hnit now bean woro In fusion in an to the tho rule on board or to HO lUn I to lo do bin Ihoy paid no I unvc lo inun tho and llm bout WHN uut tho seining ot Iho alt at this moment Iho In loss limn two minutes from Hid I tho wo woro nnd tho of thoro aflor tho vassal was under 1 hnd hardly given onion lo mull Iho nnd bouts when I was from tho a jump for tho faw bouts tlint woro and tho bouts woro As soon ns 1 lo Iho I bORiin to I suw tn tho darkness hut tho of Iho lint I awful of thoso who woro In Ilia or sinking to I 1 hud boon In tho water Uvo whon 1 nour n from nnd WHS and crow of Iho d d thing could dn lo lives uf thoso who down Other accounts captains statement as tn panic of tho gors and tha swamping of tho passengers woro mostly farmers from tbo who hnd by of Industry and economy n nnd worn going on a visit to woro especially attracted thither time by tho great nt Those who woro saved lost nil nnd oven all thulr except their night Tho following Is tho partial list of the lost i An Carl Boron 1otor K lull and Iwo nnd Kuron William Jinn Marln and Johanna Androw nnd Idu and and Mhs and ono Anna Louisa Jons 1olor Anna and Carolina and Iwo Olo and Jamos An John Jonson Curl and and null Chris Of thoso Adders and Amanda Andorson nnd Paul HBO ns from Now York from nnd Ida nnd from Tho woro booked from Chicago and of tha Tho revised official list of saved and lost from tho Is as follows pas 80 IM 0 t 14 17 I The panic aboard 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 suc In calming tho excited Captain crow were under excellent A few when It learned that water pour ing In ul tbo forward tho gors again excited and crowded around tho Tho crios of tho struggling from tha Geisor added to tho Tho oft ceiA retained and tho buck from tho vessels Tho lulling tho rescued hud over DUO passengers a crow of sixty Blio wus badly and when live hoars of slow and careful milling the wus arrangements woro quickly by which ono officers and crow woro transferred to the Captain and his crow refused to abandon the though sho could only make two knots an was 160 miles from Halifax when tho loft a storm riho roaches a port the men will have to take to tho 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