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Daily Citizen, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1892, Iowa City, Iowa SINGLE 2 VOLUME L FORTY THE IOWA OCTOBER 17. 1892. TELEPHONE 87 NUMBER 156. SOLID SQUARE FEET On First Windows in back and two in This is why one says that Have the 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 to get our prices before TKE AMERICAN FURIOUS They Ganae Great Damage in British n Numerous Vessels Driven Several Lives Reported Many Acres Oct storm that set in over northern Scotland and Wales Wednesday night ens to cause as much damage as some of the phenomenal gales acd rains that passed over the try last The telegraph lines are down m every direction and com- with some of the coast towns is greatly Tidings of disaster continue to be received and loss of life by shipwreck is to be Several The fishing yawl James and Robert was capsized in a heavy squall in the Firth of into which she was putting for She had a crew of five and all of them were Another fishing boat that was aleo making for shelter under short saw the yawl turn over she was about a mile dis- One man was clinging to the bottom of the overturned but it was impossible for the larger craft to reach him ia time to save An at- tempt was made to rescue but most before the intending rescuer could bear away for him a heavy sea swept over the and when Lt had passed the man had A Thrilling Captain and a seaman from the crew of the schooner which struck on the Hasbro sand on Tuesday and have been landed at Yarmouth from the Wold They give a thrilling account of the wreck and their which m as When the Hamlet her boats had already been smashed and the crew decided to try to swim to the 8 miles After and his comrade had under- gone a desperate struggle the of the sighted them and came to the were clinging to drifting wreckage and were almost ing endured seven immersion in we raffing The Hamlet's who was lathed to the was drowned Wrien the keeled while the remainder of the crew Became exhausted aud Lands Under At Leeds the River Aire has got out 01 its banks and overflowed the In some places the leading into the town are sub- to the depth of a foot in tbe lower portions the Leeds and in and are Several piers in the Tyne were damaged by the Many Teasels continue to take shelter A terrific sea la running ia the Irish The mail boats plying between England and Ireland have been greatly Large tracts of land in the north of Wales have been The Eye and rivers have and the country for miles about IB The floods have naturally been most disastrous in the Half the crops still vested are and vast areas of pasture land an impassable except in bo ate Mountain of Zinc Ore. EL Oct. A mountain of carbonate of zinc has been ered near New The ore ia worth about 485 a ton in the markets of St. Louis and Mo. For years the ore was thought to be but recent assays prove it to be Indications and veins already developed cover over 500 acres of The it is will cause the Topeka Santa Fe to a branch from Lake Valley to ID NEW Oct 17. tions are going forward for the bration of Columbus October 20, by the teachers and school children this city in accordance with President Harrison's The national holiday comes on October 21, but the New York schools will llave their the gramme to be carried out being the same as will be followed by the schools all over the and Daughter Oct Sarah and Ida mother and known residents of this were run down by an express train on the Pennsylvania railroad near Conemaugh station this and instantly A heavy fog prevented their seeing the approaching tne Oct. Mrs. son's condition is very The president is much depressed in spirits at the steady decline of Mrs. and no longer attempts to give attention ta public For The republicans made the following congressional nominations in New Second W. N. C. B. C. G. THE V 3Iotor Car Unused 111 n 0., Oct. 17 little ch Id 4 oi i. 14 i Henry to er the Preparing to a Multitude in Big Manufactures Interesting editor of the Louisville will be the orator of the day on the occasion of tbe dedicatory monies October 8J, MTi UlO the place of W. P. who resigned the acceptance filled all world's fair officials with for he la a general He ia also an excellent with the sub- ject to inspire even though the time lor preparation be will doubtless deliver an oration which will in respect befit tbe How Luncheon Will minute for is the word that will be parsed along the line as distinguished guests of the World's Columbian exposition alight from their at tbe entrance of the factures Tbe lunch will con- sist of sandwiches and The lunch will be the buffet every man for ex- cept in tbe nervine of which will be done by a small army of These distinguished guests number about They will be fed gallery on the east side of of the at the rear of the which reached by a temporary is feet long and 43 feet The gallery Is also reached by stairways from the The tables will be arranged 650 feet each way from the and these double will reach the entire with the tion of two small rooms on each side feet from the Between these small kitchens is a space containing square or outside of the space occupied by the square feet In this space tbe distinguished guests will stand while and matical calculation gives person 6 square feet of elbow Besides these there are who will be provided with lunch by the world's fair and tables will be arranged for thorn at either end of the main This vast body of singers will lunch and take seats in the orchestra stand before any of the guests of the choristers are and each will be provided with a glass of a sandwich and a All the wiches ana salads will be prepared the night before and the morning of the and people will be employed in such preparation and serving the far the World's fair directors at a meeting Friday afternoon appropriated to defray the expenses of the Illinois national guard in attending the tory ceremonies next There was great joy among the officers of the guard when informed of this as a the soldier boys of the state will be in the parade October 31. Miles says the United States army will have men men from the regular army and 300 Ohio will have with the ent arrangement carried 600; 500; and organizations in all Flag formed of School One of the unique and interesting features of the civic parade will be the part taken by the children of tbe lie On each side of the ment building will be dren ranging from 13 to 15 years of arranged and dressed to represent the ican In the procession there will be a regiment of 1.000 boys from the high These boys are now be- ing drilled by the physical culture and the day of the parade vi ill be under the command of Prof. Henry the superintendent of physical culture in the Chicago to Nearly all the leading wholesale houses have signed an Agreement to close their places on Thursday instead of on as at first Of the retail houses to which the tition was presented for signatures only three have refused to attach their and as the leading con- cerns in both lines have already ex- pressed their willingness to give their employes a holiday no special effort will be made to circulate the He Van't President Palmer has received the following telegram from Secretary E. W. President bian The president will not be lo tic in This now settles the matter far as the president attending fair R con- nt Morton will now take the place of honor in the j rade and be entertained by President N. Oct. state fair board gave the Xew York board of general mortified at the treatment of Congressman by the Chicago have extended him a cordial invitation to the eUes of the dedication of their state building at Chicago on Octo- ber 93, and make an add A WEST Oct. David his wife and three attended a republican Friday evening near On their return the horse ran throwing the entire family Mrs. almost instancy killed sad and children were but riU In Slug for Fart In Sharp N. Oct Benry W. the so-called New York boodle walked out of Sing Sing prison at a. a free He served six four and twenty-seven days of his tence of nine years and ten months at hard The prison la opened at and In fifteen minutes after that time Jaehne wu at the receiving his that ha had left there when he entered Sing Sing. He looked better than he did when walking the streets of frew In he has gained twenty pounds during his confinement in Immediately after his Jaehne going out Into the world with but I will some out all right ing the details of my plum I The a lories thut I money hidden are There also btwn a report that I bad prepared statement detailing it length the also doil That IB HUNDREDS ESCAPE Meu Injured by a O. 0., Oct. One of a battery of six at tlie Burgess steel and iron works exploded at B a. wrecking the rest and seriously In- juring three aa J. Dick scalded and leg George back in- jured br falling The laat named cannot lire and the may Many were more or leu The boiler WM lifted high into the air and pieces In Meet of them came down through tbe roof of tbe will Hundreds of the men were at but miraculously MEXICO IS of Hair CITY OF Oct cation of the statistics on exportation for the fiscal year ended in June last goes to support the the continued progress of The exports amounted to the previous year of than The largest gala was in and gain wan also made in wheat and ran There was a decrease in chicle and This year there will be larger exports of coffee and The report ia regarded by bankers as demonstrating the con- prosperity of the Tms United States takes 06 por of all Mexican CUT THE THROAT OF HIS Horrible Crime Committed by Dili Man Una Oct. Mrs. Christopher a bride of two was killed Friday night by her who cut her throat from ear to ear with a The tragedy curred at 1814 Washington avenue Hyton has He told other occupants of tlie house whom met on his way out that his wife was ill and he was going for a On the steps of a back stairway was found the razor with which thn work was No cause for the deed can be and relatives are endeavoring to make out a case of Death In Attempting to Oct In ing to escape from the house of tion Peter of chis who hod been an inmate of the institution twenty different met a horrible He secured eight anil knotting them with the addition of a rape enough to lower him from his cell to the He tied the rope to the bars of the window and had scarcely himself free from the ledge when the sheets broke and he fell 4> feet His body was terribly mangled and he lived but a few A HUP 0. A jury brought in a verdict of murder in the first degree A. of last fall dered liis six weeks after their to the penitentiary for li f e. Oct. 57 colored Obe Andrew and hh adopted wore all instantly killed iii a coal mine operated the Kansas Texas Coal 1 mile east of by the falling of n large The ELAINE Campaign He Argues In Favor of Protection Before Large Audience at HIS IX N. Oct. 17.-A biff crowd from the villages of counly went to day and heard 0. Delegates were present from Port White Rye Neck and other towns along the southern Upon arriving at Ophir farm the bands which the party played several and Mr. Held appeared upon the He was followed by the dis- party had gathered to meet the After a few words ot Mr. Reid pre- sented Mr. As the popular sou of Maine stepped forward he was greeted with round after round ol When sufficient silence could be restored to him to be heard spoke aj ot Hew I should churlish indeed if 1 did not muke response vo jour call after you tome several to tain home oC Mr. Held on October At the time I um not malting speeches In the tor which lire well known to my and which have no connection whn lever with In been won tn I are due to tbe admin la 1 had honor to the minister to an ad- drvas waa made by M. Tl er arrived from morn most that to Saa t at Of that In by and tho bjr MIS i THEY ARE fnda MM. ud from NKW Oct. Weekly Re- view of Trade more U must be Hia the in nu in of spewing bora laat and active At Philadelphia Ihu Iron ket Western be because art flood for the spring trada aft reported In dry the wool market In Jewelry are At the M EM and tire more a better market for pig Iron and a good demand with Improving in the Trade In boob aud la ml At Cleveland Iron In pig li lower ever In boot ud ihoa reports sit Fort of uad 1 submit that tho republican tlon of President can sucU ft tent t t Since the government ot the any time seed 4re ao taking in to manr interests tad the whole domain ot I might appeal to Now York It alty has ever passed a in ore satisfactory in tor tue two to which the aud labor been mars proa and af the republican partly represent New York at a oily not a tutu ring and yet tbe uct ot the ol this city aloue I hot would cripple great would cripple tbe metropolis and to a vary men In Now York get their living from bj tbe than from any I know New York U tha ter ct our great entrepot of all thi mea In and New York lu than tbe U Nor if you f o where the Uilt year making ud doing TMt amount of will you lad it tain take take Mid the of In. thu the of In HO that I whan It to who are an the wing trying to the of the they will a which they huve not learn from the democratic purty that them are In a tion The amount of their farm roils up Into the You would U that tbe amount of the thoy braes could ever have been no IB not HO among the New it In among tbe farmers ID New It Is not MO among ot It not no among farmers of It is iw so among the of uny state neur by condition uan he unally by a singular H In tbe western states that huve got all ttio form burdening them unii tbe out at thu do not like to nay that sent I em en the but be- fore im you will do and tu demand Tha ao democratic is origin of a government when rule poor mnu not get I shall venture ta till A ot men in tbe litts the taut tu bo Quits the ro- to an In tho elty of New taking iho ISO not not not more than one would bo considered UK derived manufacturing In- Al to Irish huve a word to any about Irish I it IB that of she of them In their ranka It Is one of tbe mysteries ot our Hint question Knaland MO Uoa an it Nnw have Irish vote on the aide of If the Irish vote were solidly for protection defy ilm of the for tree and throw thulr In Mu on thu aide ot tbe home market of thu Hide of the foreign market of know this appeal to tho hut I it with tor lam unwilling tu with Ihu Ijc on the Mdu of I think I shall im my brilliant nnd lo I awet at Mr. ubie 1 I upon him to UK tn in the wall's tobM potential aod again ia those ot and tng while corn iMt In wool a of 40 par dent is In cattly B6 per and lu but tor und wun and ot uro nt In ut St. Ilm earn than WM la larger than loit year lU City and guod at Denver At Dearly ull branches show over taut your and the output ot the ever known lu a At St. Paul an movement lu At trade Is at U but at lit dry At an eighth than a wmk but corn I Mat IM 3D and lard 16 por with more tor ull W im- proved aad heavy of puah the country during tbe Mvan daya For UM week uf IUM PIED OF U It of hf thm In HAW Oct. re- port made to tha depart Of Man Antonio A Paw railroad shows that then utra been shipped from during past carloads of at tona to the would make 000 of SOD head of cattle to a car at the re- sult that ia that tributary tion the Rio border OOU of cattle died from thu 01 the recent in u low there are several hundred tons of bonea still H tittle red the While tha was cattle were from Alke to an where they wore fattened fur the at ST. At at a young mun who was was shot by u popular of thin About couples were on at and u men and f it luid remark i n friend d i latter cons at whil ih under Lend Oct. W. conductor Cadet of Pi R. accepted the of and will take October 94 Mid haw At every point by tha auditors the great Minuter mt When quiet W was altto about tbe In tion
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