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Daily Citizen, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1892, Iowa City, Iowa 2 THE VOLUME I. IOWA OCTOBER 11. 1892. TELEPHONE NO. 87 NUMBER 151. FORTY FEET SOLID SQUARE FEET On in bauk and two in This is why one says that lave tho lightest and handsomest store in the Our stock is almost entirely consisting of the latest as well as a full line of staple selected from the New York and other eastern We buy Trunks and Valises by the car load and it will pay you o get our prices before AMERICAN LOST AT Awful Disaster on the Off Port Steamships Collide During a Dense Fog One la Lives Persons BENT TO THE Oct dian Pacific Navigation Company's Premier was struck by the steam collier Willamette in a dense fog off about 10 miles south of Port at 2 o'clock Sunday Four men were one drowned and seventeen badly The steam tuff Goliath has arrived here with three of the all ot the wounded and the other The dead The Johannas ot aged 40. motorman on the electric Prank C. 13 years son or D. J. John aged un- known KRC about 40, still In jumped overboard oca The The Premier left Port Townsend about fof in a heavy She was blowing her whistle When off Point an- sounded close and most immediately afterwards a terrific crash was The fore cabin of the Premier was smashed to splinters and the prow of the Willamette was found jammed right into the bow of the The Willamette was laden with coal and was on her way from Seattle to Han were several the Premier's one of was together a A who was in the ing his dinner was instantly Several other passengers were jammed in the Some of them wounded and all more less The stem of the was so deeply imbedded in the Premier that the passengers scrambled over tlie broken woodwork and the The women were handed up followed by the wounded as fast as they Men with and both men and women with bleeding faces and bodies were helped It was soon seen to be impossible to draw of the Willamette without sinking the so Capt. Anderson determined to forge driving before him the steamer Spiked on Ins He forced her back on the beach and was so tightly wedged that could not back off without dragging the Premier with The towing out was hailed and she took off the ing them to The receding tide left both vessels stranded and still in- from JalL Oct. of Moore's went to Bow street police court and offered to become sureties for tbe convicted prize fighter in the sum of The trate accepted them as and the necessary papers were signed he an order to the den of Hollo way jail immediately release the A Big Oct. annual report W. M. Meredith chief of the bureau of and for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1302, shows that treasury were issued to the value of and revenue stamps valued at The total expenditures during the year were Failed to Convict Oct. The trial of D. B. leader of the miners in the recent Coal Creek war against ended Saturday at The jury standing ten for acquittal and two for Evidently it will be impossible to convict any of the 200 men indicted by the grand jury for participating in the disturbances at Tracy City and Coal of tbe Dank ot Oct. The accounts of the London branch of the Bank of tralia show liabilities of in ex- cess of the This deficiency due to the large overdrafts in the di- it is have been doctored by the who is interested in certain companies which owed the bank the large sum of Money for the Oct The Texas association through its called on banks in the state to con- tribute 85 to 810 each for 'the families of the men who wiped out the YOUNG The Rising Generation Honors the Great of School Children on Parade in New City Decorated M Never Was Engineer of N. Oct. 11. was received night of the death at of George C. who was engineer of the tor ir the engagement with the during the late Burned to Oct TChe home of J. J. farmer 4 miles from this was destroyed by and Mr. his wife and daughter were burned to 111., a on the Wabash was instantly killed near Beld Saturday by falling from the top of IN KEW Oct. is probable that no city was ever so so so above so universally decorated as is New The citizens had responded with re- markable unanimity to Mayor Grant's request to aid In the Columbus tion by decorating their homes and office it was to be ex- that tlie city federal clubhouses and inent business houses would be re- splendent in gala but the ready response of private citizens comes ns of a surprise in the history of even in patriotic New Some of the residential streets are as as Sen Ices of The second day of the quadrennial celebration of the new world was de- voted to religious Both in Catholic and Protestant churches the services were of the most impressive Tbe most important services were held in Patrick's where Archbishop Corrigan celebrated high Trinity Grace here Dr. and the Madison Square Presbyterian in which the services were conducted by Dr. of School Tbe parade of school children was the first event of the legitimate About children from New Brooklyn and New each carrying American were in of these represented the public schools of New York from Brooklyn and between and from New Jersey Results of more than 2SO years of educational work were represented in the for the first school ed by the old Dutch settlers in 1633, in that part of now known as West Seventy-seventh is still in existence and is called the school of the reformed ty regiments of grammar school of New Long Island and Jersey each regiment at least 500 marched with ing step and alignment at the head of the In the second division cume thj pupils of the chial academies and colleges of the Catholic church in New York and adjacent over each pupil also carrying the tional in connection with the emblems and banners of the churches and academies to which they After them followed the uniformed and last the students of rears from the different col- leges of engineering and the about from Columbia from the University of New from the 350 from the College of etc. In the third division was a medley composed of numerous It comprised Hebrew phan Italian and French institutions of various intermixed with trade business military institutes and with Dalton whatever they may and sixty Static The din of the different bauds was at times confusing and discordant in tbe unavoidably from the large number of bands and the small intervals of fine Seventh regiment bandied with fifty but there were also the military bands of tHe second and Seventy-first New York all ranging from thirty-five to fifty the band of the First New Jersey the Navy Yard numerous private bands and in- numerable I American The girl scholars who were denied I participation in tbe parade were signed a peculiarly appropriate and ornamental part in the grouped on the stand in the reservoir at the junction of Fifth avenue and Forty-second were nearly pretty-faced school each wearing a liberty cap and costumed in white and blue The tableau had been so arranged beforehand that an the approach of the procession instantaneously the faced children so disposed themselves and their costumes as to present the effect of the American with three American flags artistically bunched on each side of it. The quivering motions of the ad- arranged bands of colors as sweet girl voices Spangled and other patriotic while their gallant boy low students tramped past with quickened step and ringing must have left a lasting sion of the Columbian school day celebration on the minds of thousands of the rising On the east aide ot Union a like effective tableaux was presented by of tlie parochial Hud on n neighboring stand 900 tiny waifs belonging to the Children's aw waved their miniature American as the profession passed Indian the feature of the which peril apis attracted more than any other along the wits of. not but SOU of them Carlisle dian in owu uf li dressed in uniform of their Three admirably illustrated the fact that education and mil dor more methods originally pursued are surely aud uven rapidly elevating in the of tion the race whom found iu sole of the country he claimed by right of of The route of the was from the neighborhood of Fifth avenue and neur the lower entrance to down Fifth avenue to street and Union thence around to Fifth thoroughfare to Washington West Fourth street aud at which points the signal to disband wus Reviewed the The presidential reviewing stand in square opposite the Worth statue was pleasantly shaded by pink striped awnings supplementing the fall foliage of tbe trees lu the The stands stretching to right and left of the presidential dais on the op- side of the avenue the entire length of the were thronged with spectators who were admitted by ticket At the first came to the waiting The carriage of Boswell P. New York's chief drawn by a pair of spanking drove up rapidly to the ing stand and the governor accompanied by Porter In full dress uniform and followed by Gens. and Other members of the governor's The spectators cheered the governor and renewed the cheer ing immediately the guest of the Vice President representing President drove up in an open barouche and was received at the to the stand by Gov. who conducted him to the seat set apart for the absent dent It was o'clock before the first distant strains of the numerous bands fell upon the ear and at the ad- vance squad of splendidly mounted lice and the marshals and his wearing gorgeous sashes of the tional rode past The vice dent and governor rose to receive them aud bowed as each of the well-mounted aids raised his hat Next came Mayor Grant and Commissioner sturdily on foot at the head of the first di- vision and lustily cheered aa they came Then came the with their own bands in marching twenty abreast with a mic swing and a military bearing which carried all before and com- pany after company was greeted with shouts of applause as each seemed to march even better than the company MANY FISHERMEN Newfoundland tso Down the at N. Oct. tbe six fishermen reported from the Gloucester schooner Henrietta three were landed at Bay of N. by the schooner Knight and tho other three are reported to have been picked up by a Newfoundland The Newfoundland schooner Reason has been missing since August 15, and is given up for with of ten The schooner E. B. lips has collided with an unknown Her crew nine men were Heven Newfoundland vessels were lost during a recent gale at The Victorious Revolutionist er Honored in Triumphal Entry to lowed by Selection as Provisional A NEW 11. Crespo was nn en reception upon his triumphal He Into the capital at the head of the of his having possession of thu eity real ilc lit. A of Ins officers was held and the was the mation of Crespo as pro vision til president of He is to hold only until Mva regularly have hml time to muet ami proceed to the of ii tional to ex- President I Crespo then issued a proclamation naming the Minister nr foreign of the Leon minister of Senor ur poldo or public no'i minister ol gen oral In of Cur nous So not Kami are all well-known lans who have aided tbe cause of the legalists by active service in the field or by financial The visional cabinet general It will restore order throughout the acted The rumors con- cern in ff the of the de facto and his term we They managed to get a vessel bound for It la said to be their intention to proceed to ACCUSED OF lit SALT Oct. The si conference of the Mormon church closed with in attendance at the The president failed to come for- ward with the customary new The of tbe various stakes in Arizona and Mexico showed a total membership of over It was decided to dedicate the temple on April 6, 1S03, This building was com- forty years and has cost J ui Pax Charge to at No tar Violence at H out w tend Have the tu Import Armed 11. tice of the state supreme at 10 m. charged the grand Jury In treason cases against the stead The contained over words and embraced n ic resume of the circumstances leading up to the riot at the Carnegie stead mill and the subsequent charges of treason lodged against thirty-three Justice Paxton tun sympathy With u mob driven to desperation by UK In duys of the French but wo can Hud none tor men exceptionally high wagus In resisting tho and to and the rl and entailing flueti a 6poa itie of tho It not a ury for bread to feed furnishing result I nf In a ludden with pro went It wan deliberate lit tempt by men without authority to control In tho of their righto ID defining tbe Justice Pax ton tho shutdown Its works and Its men it wus In tho lines of ft could not torn pel to work nor could tho men compel thu Lo employ tharni no could he nude in such regard In tho nature of a contract upon by the Upon this their wero The tho undoubted right to its for mis It lawfully employ us many men DM it HUW proper anil arm It ol tho mon Lo to work their were acceded 10 und others to join them In such but law will HUH tain them no Tho they tempt to control the ami to prudent by violence or In from to then placed the of the nan rial liu tolerated for it tint uno Hay to another not work lor thin miin for that without my and then enforce Much by lence upon his per will thill tho offense IH treason Inn t the not United Slatea It a matter Iho latter bus to do over It nin have no J U rind 1 nil A mprc of the tiny den not com ink it hough it property But when a number of acin Aid anil In com- mon purpose to its of the to tilled 1h'_ It It of war against the ii ft body til organ I a step which any one at MkM Ib ecu Li of ir tl Mt act of who KEEPING IT Honor kr JtU who took la Sunday's tn honor of the S. in number those who his it year of to city from worth of Floral ID the form of harps other wero ro- from bodies the cur nud two Tim to tomb won by bunds inns ot bt in who ia J. till lion thu A i ii IN 111., Oct. 11.--. The Hrst killing front of in Illinois and of all The to ill htt us window uml out iloon w 1 th f A 1 1 were H is little if uny tin mayo to the Although tho wu UO per nil dorn wus injury from The yield la this mul surrounding will be about of u full 111 Oot 11. In upon u of the condition of crops KB in its Thu on the whole is that tlie will be a one foi tho The chief low will bu In while will be no ado quo to In any other The outlook for the winter la gloomy tor nil Knd it it grm question how many farmers will be able to struggle through It Hie continued of wheat the Times ad vines to turn their attention to dairy A Moll bed null Oct 11 Drugged and robbed of all his money and Cheater a prominent real estate agent of WM found in the low dive al 435 Spruce and re- moved to Philadelphia where he died Sunday Charged with having a in man's Hugh and Kate E barling were arrested and hold to Mayor has issued a declaring October 20, a holiday in and for the city of directing that all public offices be HUd request ing that all bo on that in order participate its actors in the In ol tilt dedication of tlie World's bian exposition A. Oct. At 11 o'clock a. m. J. i uml killed bi who HM for The men over money nod when pepper turned to lattur Ihi bull striking in Imuk ol tho killing him art wus i During H fog two ind in injuring two unil pna liters were Motorman Mtd of body WM Both badly to four WASH Oct. 11. free delivery service been ordered at the officer December 1: and 0, lu case any of these cities fail to comply with the as to names of and houses before ber 30, 1892, the order establishing ttw service will be rescinded as to J Oct. 11. open the doors leading John's Collegiate Catholic morning and containing the church Articles to the ward of were stolen Of The following ber oi won J of the
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