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Daily Citizen, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1893, Iowa City, Iowa t JINGLE THREE TELEPHONE NUMBER 87 I VOLUME I. IOWA MONDAY 3, 1893. NUMBER 299 We Have the Finest Line CONFIRMATION SUITS In the Dur Hat Department s Complete With all the latest Novelties in Soft Hats aud he American TACTS BRIEFLY a was burned in his Pa. who was to have been at I. was a thirty respite by Chief Secretary Carlisle wishes to have the announced that no one wno has discharged from the treasury de- will be jThomas of St. United States consul at died at Malaga of 62 with the and arrived at Fortress eorge Washington a nd one of the best-known colored in died in Lexington age of 98 he original drafts of the of independence and the of the United States will not be to the world's Secretary having decided that the risk s too The American Stave Cooperage was incorporated with a tal stock of at N. The company proposes to control tie manufacture of whisky and drug Asks and new Columbus stamped en- lopes have been placed on The lamped impression is of the same color I the Columbian adhesive but e design represents an eagle with wings and open FOR THREE Total la Smaller Than for Eleven with Outs April Business S throughout the United States the last thi ee months number smaller total with one exception ian has been similarly reported for leven Last year there were failures during y and The total liabilities firms and corporations the last quarter aggregate as compared with increase of about 9 per while the falling off in ber of failures thus far this year us compared with last year is a trifle over 4 per cent. Total assets of failing traders for three months this year amount to an increase of about 11 per showing relatively a larger increase in available assets and pointing failures having been pre- through embarrassment of While there were nearly failures in the United States the last three months having labilities each of or and the same number during a like in 1893, the more serious char of some of those taking place his year will be observed when it is mown the aggregate liabilities for 893 is in excess of as cora with less than in the irst Quarter of 1801. ONE TWO than in o some Robbers Undertake to Hold Cp Palmer April John proprietor of a large general store at Palmer 44 miles from this was pre- paring to close the store Thursday night three masked men entered and with drawn revolvers demanded the contents of the Peterson re- garded the affair as a joke and refused to The robbeis pounced on him and clubbed him into By this time Samuel of the rushed to son's The robbers then fled toward A posse was and after a hard chase captured two of the The third member of the gang refused to surrender and continued his Being unable to overtake and as he had refused to obey several commands to surrender one of the posse shot him The men are supposed to be members of gang which robbed the last fall and later held up a Northern Pacific passenger train near Hot MURDERED WHILE FOOD FOR A Hotel at De- by The Brutally Body of. a Wo man Found in Chicago April German who was known only as and who has been stopping with Mrs. Stair at 844 State was found dered in her bed at The dered woman went to the room Friday night a man who bore the appearance of being a more was seen of them until Then the chambermaid found the door locked and secured a der and looked over the On tHe ted she saw the body of the the head being covered with a man's coat The door was forced and the woman found to be her brains battered out with a beer covered with lay by her Suit April 1 o'clock morning Judge on half of the state of filed suit in the office of the Douglass county dis- court against John E. ex- treasurer of and his This action is brought to deposited by Hill in the Cap- ital national bank of Lincoln and lost by the failure of Church Killed NEW April F. an invalid priest at the Denis celebrated his 67th birthday by committing In a note he said he was driven to commit the deed by the incessant ringing of the chimes of St Grace Will Open the April a open the world's fair on the 1st day of He has definitely decided to do this and will send his to the Chicago committee in a day or Five Persons Known to Have ished More Than a Score of Others BURNED TO at a. m destroyed the the Rochester Pittsburgh the cigar factory and the cery store and building of J. At least six persons were burned to death and the list of the injured bers between twenty and The bodies of five persons have already been taken from the ruins and are burned beyond Friday night 135 persons went to sleep in the and while it is known that many had jumped from the second and third story windows it was feared that many others had perished in the The taken from the ruins v The George Rochester Pittsburgh F. Pennsylvania Eastern Miss G. Tom a child E E. The Hal ankle James hands und feet badly W. D. of injured D. hurt about the H. J. of arm broken and tup Harry cats about the face James head W. J. ankle Mrs burned about the head and her baby is Juby glass cut about hands and head and In- jured J. badly burned and injured from jumping W. it is feared that hie back is considered Mrs hurt internally and badly J W leg Mrs. E. Tucker and of both badly burned about hands and W. B injured Kienard hand broken and Ted hurt by failing J night leg hurt Cook head and face Mike hand and shoulder W. injured m- Finding the It was after B o'clock before the first body was It was an charred mass of The second was found soon after in a lar The search continues as this dispatch is being and itis impossible to state at present how many lives have been It is feared that some of those who jumped from the hotel into the creek were Awakened by Alarm of The inmates of the Biggins building were awakened from their sleep by a man who rushed through the kicking at the doors and calling The men and women rushed from their rooms into the which were ready filled with smoke and and the general cry from the windows and save Many did but the jump was a bad one to From the upper story it was 30 feet on the west with a plank roadway on which to On the east side was the which made the jump 40 feet Several persons made the leap for life into the stream and were Mr. and Mrs. Higgins escaped from the burning building after they were nearly suffocated by the Mrs. Higgins was badly injured and was carried to the Riddell The Riddell house has been trans- formed into a temporary In one room is Prof. of the Jamison His left foot was crushed and he is seriously In another room J. W. Osborn both legs broken and his back In another apartment are two men hurt in- and badly bruised about their Two women are in burned about their faces and One of the women has lost her baby and her agony is John a was found dering through the streets with a 3- year-old baby in his its arms and hands burned and The cause of the fire is hut it Is supposed to have caught from a gas The Joss will reach 000. April a was hanged in the Bibb county jail at noon Friday for the murder his The crime was committed in 1890. Lewis had three The which was pri passed off without a The man's neck was He died pro testing his innocence and claimed tha the shot which killed his wife was ac A null la As 111., April The Home flouring mill was discovered to be on fire about 3 o'clock Friday morning and in two hours was burned to ashes The grain office owned by the Home Elevator company was also burned about for a. April ton at has been left by the will of James H of this Carleton left an estate of and left fo charitable and benevolent THEY THE Two Workmen Killed Trying to Light a April S. Through lawlessness and ignorance while dis- charging a blast in the at Friday man was instantly killed and Matthew fatally The men had placed a charge in the rock and the but as no ex- plosion followed they returned to the Houseman got down on his knees and began ng to find the and Eyan ook off his which he used as a fan to aid his brother workman in the While the workmen were in this one with his head over blast and the other standing by his the explosion Only body was his head having been blown HORROR IN A April mea from the natural reefs in West 10 miles irom this report the oysters dying by the The cause assigned is the creosoted piling used in constructing the approaches to the county wagon bridge across the which it is claimed poisons the water and kills the It is feared that unless a remedy is discovered all the oyster beds in West bay will be wiped out of Injured In a April Denver Rio Grande express going west was wrecked Friday night 1 mile from the and of the 200 gers about a score were in- Mrs. G. Wilson and E. R. whole of all of were only slightly New Forests MAT'S N. April A large forest fire has been be- tween Millville and this Friday night the Jewish settlement of Carinel narrowly escaped It is feared much valuable timber will be The burning of brush by woodsmen is the supposed FOOT April Word has been received here of a serious dent to the Atlantic express at Agassiz Point in British Stephen brother-in-law of Judee of is also the Two others also reported Heir to a Large April James H. of received word Friday that an uncle had died in Scotland leaving a fortune estimated at and that he as a direct heir would receive a The uncle was John hut owing to an ment between him and Mr. Fergu son's father the nephew knows but tle of the uncle's THB Etc. April l. Quiet and Spring wheat ter wheat 340. Weak at No. 3, No 2 Yellow and No. 2 10c; No S 38c; No. 3 38tf 4 No. S 29c: Samples No. 3 No. 3 No. a No. 2 and IB Samples of No. 2. outside fine NO. 3, and low grades dulL to choice barley Low grades quotable at medium salable at and good to choice fair sale at and fancy MESS Trading active Quotations ranged at fo regular for for and IT. 20 for September In light request and offerings liberal Prices ruled lower and at 6 tor for LOT Per 00. 26Q30c; Packing Wisconsin Prime Wate Michigan 8S4c 9c; Indiana Prime Water 175 97 12o; 8c; Naphtha spirits steady on the basis of per gal I or finished NEW April 3 red fairly May 3 July No. 2, steamer mixed No. a Beef Extra mess Pork New US 7 Lard nom 110.80 0., dulL No. 2 cash and 70c; 71c; Augusi No. S April and 42c Casn and Prime 18 20. Live April 1. Quiet and feelin rather Prices Quotation ranged at 25 for choice to extra shippin M for good to choice do 4.40 for fair to common to medium for Steers for S for Feeders for 82 25 for for Texas Steers aaa 13 0097.25 for Veal only moderately active an prices without material Sales range at for for 90.60 for rough for mixed and for heavy and shipping Disaster in a Men Buried by an Explosion Are Rest Stilt DEATH April miner's amp caused an explosion in the on shaft at o'clock a. m. Many miners hnt twelve or men were in he Ten dead bodies have o far been recovered and there little hope that the are A number of mules will perish from Nick Jat and James Breunan and John lyan are among the Owing jo Friday being a holiday there were not aa many men at work in the mine as usual A force of men and officials ate bravely battling the names and the The dead were all in the led Ash to which place the smoke ound tta way from the feet One thousand men are thrown out of NEW Probable In the of Im- portant House April to the determination to retire Mr. the ways and means committee will need a new Representative is the next member of that in line of Mr. Wilson is also talked of. tive it is will succeed Mr. Holman as chairman of the committee on Mr. Blount's retirement from congress eaves a vacancy in the chairmanship of the foreign affairs Chipman may receive that Mr. Herbert's to ihe cabinet leaves the naval Eairs committee without a Amos Cummings is thought to have the best chance for that Mr. it is wishes to be relieved of the chairmanship of the committee on military Mr. of may take the chairmanship of the committee on The re- of Representative from congress leaves the important tee on immigration to provided with a BLOW FOR PENSION Secretary Establishes Precedent April Bussey has rendered an tant decision in the matter of the claim of Joseph p. Smith for an increase of pension on the ground of new in which he overrules the tion of the commissioner of pensions in allowing an attorney's fee of The claim for increase was made under the act of June 37, and the ant secretary holds that claims should he treated as strictly increase whether new disabilities are claimed or for which a fee of only 12 can be It is said that probably claims will be affected by this Fourteen Horses it April 3 main building of the Cleveland Saw Mill and Lumber on Seneca was destroyed by at 5 a. m. The loss is The fire spread to Kathan Bernstein's in the rear of 338 and fourteen horses were turned to A tenement owned by also took fire and three persons were taken from the building They will Bernstein's loss was shot April C. W. wife of an employe of the ing sllot and killed herself at her home at Rush street and Walton place at 11 a. m. The suicide was the a quarrel between husband and The woman complained to her husband about his absence during the night from honfe and after a few words went to another room and sho Deification April ney General Little has just re- a check for from the bondsmen of D. W. ance to cover the cation of James criminal Practice ST. April S. Dr. convicted of manslaughter for the death of Mrs. Helen died from the effects of a criminal op- has been sentenced to the for seven More April ant Postmaster General Maxwell has appointed 10T more fourth-class Of this number 15 were In 14 in 10 in Virginia and 11 in To Reorganize April the well-known labor has been spending the week in the Schuyl kill His itis is for the purpose of reorganizing the Amalgamated association in such centers of the new iron industry as town and other where the loca organizations have virtually dis K. April Flower las commuted the sentence pronounced against Michael T. the to He wu to have been executed next Sound Financial should like to meet your whom you have introduced to many people this You don't know what you T have made acquainted with a lob of fellows whom I don't in that he may have some one to money of besides Chicago News Mrs. Candid a fashionable lady living on Madison New called on a lady friend and found her petting one of those pug did you get that asked Mrs. husband gave it to me to ber him by when he was away a nasty looking brute he The Good is that penny you gave me to put on the contribution I made a put on a- button What did Sharpp say when he saw Good didn't notice it. T guess the church is out of kindling 'cause I heard him mutter something about getting more chips from the ADVERTISING Some early He was muchi struck by their beautiful complexions When they took off their opera cloaks he knew the reason why I Pall Mall on the The reason registered by the coporal for a punishment inflicted by days cell confinement for for bee hawing like an int imitation of the Beauty's When she from Parts bad A circling around My heart with hopeless For unapproachable 1 found In A Tramp Gets April jury in the case of Melvin Gray vs. the Omaha for returned a dict for in favor of Gray is a tramp who was stealing a ride on a train and claimed the con- ductor kicked off when the train was 25 miles an hour because he couldn't pay the An April 3. Secretary of the department of has appointed Edward of western agent of the bureau of animal vice M. of They Should Go A Philadelphia man a carriage which he says Who has the hack ington took at the cherry lyn Caught in Mr. I have a lar hill against you and I My dear there is no a thing as a four-dollar and to-day I am in no for Texas The of Hep She 1 made a great mistake in yon to reform I'm a changed man! She But your faults were the only things of interest about Terry How many fish have ya hooked the Whin got the wan two havo Demorest's A moderate would you like to be when you grow asked the replied per's Young Overheard in a Druggist I pot stuck on this lot of court It's no If it's no good I don't see how you stuck on Texas
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