Humboldt Daily Republican from Humboldt, Iowa on August 22, 1894 · Page 1
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August 22, 1894

Humboldt Daily Republican from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 1

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1 -. . • . New Fall Dress Goods just in. Inspection wanted. "V G.B. White & Sons. Nothing in This World ' Is so cheap as a newspaper, whether it be measured by the cost of its.production or by its value to : tli8 t consumer* • We are talking about an American,.metropolitan, daily.paper of the first class like THE CHICAGO RECORD It's so cheap and so- good you can't afford in this dan of progress to be without it. There are other papers possibly ,as good, but none better'and none just like it. It prints all the real news of the world-the news you care.for—every dau and prints it in the shortest possible space Ydu canread WE CHICAGO RECORD and do a day's work too. It is an independent paper and gives all political news free from, the taint of.party ' bias. fr a word-Ms.a,complete, condensed clean, honest family , n ewspaper,.'andit has the largest Corning, circulation in Chicago or the west-125,000 to 140,000 a day. Prof J.T> Haifleld, of.the Northwestern University says* "TUB CHICAGO RECORD comes as near being the Ideal ddlly journal as we are for some time likely to find on these mortal shores. '•'•'• deale&<mrywhere, and . A , 181 Madison-st. BAD ACCIDENTt John Walt, Jr., of Llvermore, in Scuffling With a Comrade on a Hay Stack, Falls and Is Mortally Injured From the Livcrmore Gazette, A very sad accident happened on Joe Fahrmann's farm north of town last Tuesday evening. The threshers wore at work there, and young John Watte, son of oar Presbyterian minister, was assisting. During an interval in the work ho indulged in n friendly souffle with one of his companions on the top of a stack, with the result that both got too near the edge and slid off. His companion ran on around the staok, attending to other matters not knowing that anything serious had ocoured. But Waito, in his fall, dropped onto a pitchfork which was standing upright in the ground, the handle entering the body at least six inches. He was held in this horrible manner for some few seconds, faintly trying to give an alarm that would be heard, and finally pushed himself away from the stack, bending the fork tines in the earth by his weight is he was carried to tho ground upon the handle. His calls were heard and his fellow workers came to his assistance, with considerable effort withdrawing the fork handle from his body. He was conscious, but in great pain. Ho bore it heroically, however, while he was placed on blankets in a wagon and the team driven very slowly, tp avoid jolting, to his home, many stops having to be made when tho pain became unbearable. Dr. Malin was summoned, and the sufferer was soon made much easier although the Dr. entertained grave .hopes of his recovery from the first. He passed a fairly comfortable night, and the next day Dr. Welch of Humboldt was summoned for consultation, and his opinion oonsided with that of Dr. Malm, that there was very small hope, and the family were told accordingly. On Tuesday last he breathed his last. Paralysis was the direct cause of his death. Tho remains wore iute.-red Pri day of last week. H. 0. Smith Is in Llvermore. •J: 1 H. Northrup was in Brltt yesterday. Eugene Tellior was down from Algona. A. E. Doughrty of Algona is visiting Wear Bonaparte pants. Selina Wright, who left here the 27th of last month for Independence, is getting along nicely. Dr. Hill, superintendent of the hospital, writes that Selina >is holding his own and can take plenty of liquid food but that his mental condition does not improve. An examination leads to the belief that his mind is permanently impaired and that It willbe necessary for him to stay in the hospital for the rest of his life. He may be able to write letters home at times. He is pleasant and seems to be contented with his new surroundings. Smoke the Quail. LECTURES. On Friday evening, Aug. 2-4, a lecture will be given by Prof. A. L. Shattuok, of What Cheer. The subject for his lecture is "Symbols and Emblems," and will be of interest to a.11. Teachers and the public generally are invited to attend. Lecture to begin at. 8;o'olook in the high school room. Admission free. . : The Quull Cigiir. (8. ' - ,The Ladies Baptist society will serve ice cream on Friday afternoon and evening of this week. Also a fifteen cent supper at six o'clock at the usual Place, the Cole building opposite Ray's. The M. E. Ladies will serve supper and ice cream in the Hollar building next Tuesday, Aug. 28. Commencing at 6 p.m. . in town. T. W. Rogers is In Des Monies on business. J. Hopkius,of Bradgato,was in tow u yesterday. Mrs. Chas. Halues is in Rolfo for a short visit. H. C. Collins of Llvermoro was in town yesterday. E. B. Tuttle,of Algona,was here for a » day's business yesterday. Mrs. Bonn's mother, from Oceola, is here visiting her daughter. Airs. Hook, of Hedrick, is here visiting her daughter Mrs. Passig. W. A, Simmons, «f Beaver City, visited over Sunday at W. P. Hardy. Otto C. Ottezen of Sioux Caplds registered at the hotel Tuesday. Miss Sadie Nelson returned from a trip In the eastern part of the state. Misses May and Flora MoCauley came down from Livormore Monday. W. H. Bonn started for his new Held of labor in Minneapolis Tuesday morning. J. J. Smart went to Chicago last night to see Rapid Transit's work in today's race. Sam Lee, of Eagle Grove.is in town assisting our oriental laundryman Jim Hing. I. J. Ketman recently returned from a trip through western Iowa and South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs W. A. Roper and children visited over Sunday at the Koontz borne. Mrs. Mathers of Iowa Falls, who has been visiting her niece Miss N. V. Glenn, returned to her home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Barnes, relatives of Jas. Watsons family, are visiting in Dakota City. Their home is in northern 1111- noise. Misses Hattie and Lizzie Boone who have been visiting Wm. Yonng returned to their home in Lake City, Tuesday afternoon. Twenty-five people from Humboldt were in Ltvermore lost ni K ht assisting in the organization of a Robekah Degree of the I. O. 0. F. t, C ^ ? i? r w ul ? ti ? ns j' re to be extended to Will West who has received the an- pointment as agent of the Minneapol?s & St. Louis station at Humboldt. H,? d i F ^? k of L . iv erinoro stopped of in Humboldt a few hours on his way home. • Pn Umtn V el1in B for the Independence Pop Works In which he has an interest Willie Bradshaw walked to Goldfleld Tuesday morning. In doing this Willie d0l . 8ad i i, j y s ° a are good enough wages for him h the tramp y s ®° ta Per hour Mrs. Jensen, living near Rutland has" eighty acres of corn for sale. Geo. Watson, living near Rutland, supervision of the same at once. Miss Alice McCaffrey who has been a typo in this office for the past few tl * 1?B a tw °- wee t'8 va" Several new and much needed sidewalks ; have made their appearance ibout town. . Rapid Transit was beaten in bis race at Morris, Illinois, Tuesday afternoon. 0. O. Martin, of Rolfe, is now in dur. anoe vile for.vlolatlng Uncle Sam's laws by gambling at Gilmore. Secerns to enjoy his stay at uotel De Weir/ : H; w - Kipkard, sjnoe the sale of. the mill property, has concluded to move to Arizona where one of his sons Is now living, .'.He will 'take his departure ' from Humboldt soon ""jnwrare

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