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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - June 15, 1887, Algona, Iowa                                THE STARK tte Interusting Wevw Anvicsa of the 7th say that on a Mexican ranch rear six persons were struck by two of Manuel Portales and his being in Btantly THE thirtyeight annual session of the American Medical Association opened on the rth at Central Music fn A LOCOMOTIVE boiler exploded on the 7th at killing ono man and in juring a dozen some of them superintendent of public schools at was shot and killed on the 7th by Thomas principal of tho high An old feud had existed between the AN excursion train on route to San Francisco from North was wrecked on the 7th at and eleven passengers were five seri THE wheat crop of Ohio was on the 7th estimated by the State Board of Agricult ure at a shortage of bushels as compared with the avervge of the past seven THE Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers met in annual conven tion at on the Two aged respectively nine nnd eleven were arrested in New York the 7th for tho murder of an aged ON tho 7th Cleo and Claudia of were drowned in a creek near while IT was announced on the 7th that Beaver lias an electric young woman who is so highly charged with electricity that a hairpin which she wore in her head all day was magnetized enough to hold needles by their an aged and well known citizen of was swindled out of on the 7th by confidence sharp who made their A CYCLONE on the 7th thirty miles north of accompanied by injured live stock and damaged THE Synod of the Reformed Presby terian Church in session on the 7th at New passed resolutions denounc ing secret societies ai immoral and and instructed the courts of the church to refuse admission to the church of members of such EDITOR WILLIAM OBRIEN was tendered a reception and banquet at New York on the evening of the after which he sailed on the steamer Adriatic for THE losses by firo in this country in May reached being greater than the figures for May during the past twelve During the first five months of this year the losses aggregated 500 corresponding period of This does not include the losses from forest PKHsiciANs familiar with the symptoms denied on the 7th that genuine yellow fever prevailed at Key GUEAT damage had resulted on the 7th from floods iu Somerset and Cambria fences and live stock had been swept to destruction and over three hundred persons were wheat and grass in Northern Iowa were being burnt up on the 7th for want of None had fallen two and herders were suffering greatly from the THE Wisconsin Grand Independ ent Order of met in forty first annual convention at Madison on the and the Grand Lodge of opened its annual communication at AriHE on the Sth at de stroyed a iron shops and other and over ono million feet of A CYCLONE of remarkable vigor visited on the laying waste part of the town and surrounding The storm covered a space of fifty yards and nothing was left standing in its MOB of Christian was assassinated by unknown persons walking through the woods near Ozark on the This was tho fortythird murder in Christian County sines the COLORED meu are to be admitted to tho Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel from which they have hitherto been FiRTHER advices of the 8th say that great floods wore prevailing in portions of Somerset and Cambria The losses in the immediate vicinity of Johns town were estimated at Two aged residents of that place dropped dead from heartdisease when the waters poured into the Many families had been rendered destitute by the was lynched on the Slh near for assaulting a white Lou a colored while fool ing with a revolver on the Sth at Lexing shot and killed Fanny IT was decided on tho Sth by the Treas ury as a means of assistance iu the maintenance of the quarantine against introduction of infectious dis to jatablish by means of revenue cutters a National patrol of the coast of the United Foil the third tuna Frank Lawrence was on the Sth unanimously elected Grand Master of the New York Free A CUNAIID the was on the Sth fined for permitting a demented and penniless woman from Ireland to land at SAMUEL of shot himself through the head on the His store burned to the ground the day and it was thought the loss unsettled his AT on the Sth John and William notorious shot and killed Marshal who was trying to arrest and were at once shot dead by members of the marshals THE tax on the passenger receipts of rail way corporations now yields an nually to the Pennsylvania Htati Tne Supreme Court of the United iu a recent holds this tax to be and tlia companies will hereafter refuse to pay A MEMBER of the Carpenters Union at brought suit for conspiracy on the 9Ui against three Knights of Labor because they would not work with AN explosion of gasoline ou the Oth at killed two men aud iprobubly fatally injured four TUB training ships Ports mouth aud Jamestown the 9th for their summer cruise in the Mediterranean TUB blast furnaces and steel mill of the throwing thirteen hundred men out of The coke famine brought about by the strikers in Pennsylvania was the TUB Grand Lodge of Masons of New York on the 9th forfeited the warrant of Prudence which recently admitted to membership Jero Tom Gould and six other Members of Prudence Lodge who now desire to affiliate with the fraternity must first establish their Masonic purity and A CLOW burst over on the flooding the streets and cellars and doing damage estimated at THE annual meeting of the American Bankers Association will bo held at Pitts burgh October 12 and 13 THR Indian outbreak in Arizona Terri tory was assuming serious proportions on the and the widespread depredations indicated that t hero were many savages on the Six valuable four horses and sev eral tuickdogs belonging to Morris Equine and Canine show perished in a burning barn at Grand on tho THE receipts of the postal service for the fourth quarter of the fiscal yonr 1886 were IT was announced on the flth that a new Mammoth cave had been discovered neni THREE strikers were shot en the Othneai in a conflict at a FIIOM July until October the Kentucky distillers have agreed to make no There are in bond in tho Blue Grass State gallons of SIXTYNINE pauper immigrants from Ire who recently arrived in New were on the 9th ordered to be taken back by the In man Steamship BEFORE the American Medical Associa tion on the 9th in Chicago of that and one of the most celebrated physicians in the said that alcohol was a worse poison for man than opium or AAUON STILL a famous pro moter of underground railroads in early and one of tho best known colored men in died at Reading on the aged sixtyseven DANIEL ALOEII died on the 9th at his home in a New York City His death was said to have been due to poison from black and gold striped stockings which be purchased iu ADVICES of the 9th say that who recently committed suicide at was impallcd to the act by the refusal of his wife to take his medi she having placed herself under the treatment of a Christian FROM a hundred stations in Northern Southern Minnesota and Dakota re ports ou the 10th showed the corn crop to be twenty per ahead of last THE weekly business review of a New York commercial issued on tho showed an improvement both in crop reports and the financial and said that but for the labor troubles and ex cessive speculation the outlook would be entirely u rich his wife and one child were killed by a locomotive which struck their wagon as they were crossing tho track at on the THE main office iu Pittsburgh of the Western Union Telegraph Company was destroyed by fire early on the morning of the causing a loss of A PHILADELPHIA judge on the 10th re fused to compel tho placing of a ticker m a bucketshop in that city on the ground that it is a gambling THE offer of the Bricklayers Union of Chicago to arbitrate the existing differ ences was rejected on tho 10th by the master masons at a special AT San on the 10th the an ex alderman and five other prominent citizns were ar rested on a United States charged with breaking up a Prohibitionist meet ON the 10th immigrants were land ed at Castle New THE June returns of the Department of Agriculture at Washington show a reduc tion of nearly two per in the area of winter and an increase of about six par in spring The total wheat acreage was thirtyseven million JUDGE in the test case of the New York held on the lOtli that the serving of wines with moals ou Sunday was in violation of the Excise TIIEUIS were 14J Vusiuess failures in the United States during the seven days end ed on the against 150 the previous seven IN the correspondence betwsen Secre tary Bayard and the British with reference to assisted immi the former said ou the 10th that the exportation hither by a foreign power of in order to get rid of the bur den of their could scarcely be re garded as a friendly nor was it in har mony with the laws existing between the two THIS postmaster at Chicago was in structed ou the 10th to deny the facilities of the moneyorder and registeredletter departments to the Chicago Junit an alleged fraudulent JOSEPH formerly a school teacher of Shelby who was charged with the ruin of twenty or thirty little girls who were under his was arrested ou the 10th at THE National Pension Committee of the lias prepared a new bill to take the place of tho one vetoed by President Cleveland for the relief of the disabled and suffering veterans of the late AT Washington on the 10th Acting Sur geonGeneral Stoner expressed the opin ion that tlia yellow fever at Key West was well under and that there was not much danger of its spreading beyond its present York on tho 8th for oh the COLONEL the veteran Cindfr natl was married tho to Robin a rich THE wife of exPresident Andrew of Cornell died sudden ly on the Sth at and the wife of Henry of New died at Utica after n long the Massachusetts Legislature on the 8th the constitutional prohibitory atnand ment was defeated by a vote of 189 to CAPTAIN JOHN ono of tho best known steamboat men in the fell dead on the Sth at his home iu Alle gheny THE Pennsylvania Republican Stato con vention has been called to meet at HarriS burg August CHAKLKS editor of the Wain Street died on the 9th at Lous MAJOR JOHN uncle of James died at his rosldonco in on the aged ninety LEWIS a veteran of the war of died on tho 9th at aged ninetyone THE Now Hampshire Legislature on the 9th elected oC Secretary of State Solon of State and John of State PHESIDIJNT CLEVELAND returned to Wash ngton on the 10th from his flshiug tour in iho THE Illinios Legislature on the 10th passed a bill prohibiting tho sale of to bacco to persons under sixteen years of except upon written orders from their parents or ANARCHYS GENERAL A MADRID dispatch of the 6th says treas ure to the value of had been found in the palace of a defunct vizor at and summarily confiscated by the Tun British steamer with her captain and four was sunk in the English channel on the Oth by a collision with a ADVICES of tho 6th say that the steamer Sir John carrying 73J passen was lost in the recent cyclone off the coast of with all on DISPATCHES of the Oth say the distress in owing to the was in creasing Many lives hud been and it was calculated that fam ilies had been rendered A KECENT earthquake near Province of dislodged huge rocks from the rolling into tho valley uprooted and smashed large but caused no serious Anorr fifty lives were lost on the 8fch by an explosion a coal mine at Gelsen in THE dwelling of at was burned on tho and four small all under ten years of perished in the SEVERAL slight shocks of earthquake oc curred ou the Stu in the City of tho famous died on the Sth at sixtysix THE anniversary of Garibaldis death at tracted numbers of people to Cap rera on the The patriots tomb was profusely decorated with REPORTS of the 9th from the Hooded dis tricts in Hungary showed no change in the Despair aud distress prevailed A PARK of ninetytwo acres has been se cured on the shore of Lake near for a Canadian WILLIAM OBiUENs paper and Par nclls United de nounces the people who advocate retalia tion for Irelands and says they are undoing the work of Parnell and THE house of James of Me was burned on the and three aged twelve and fourteen were burned to ADVICES of the 0th suy that a city in hud been almost wholly destroyed by and that 130 persons were killed and 135 A FAMINE was imminent on the lOUi throughout the Persian province of Kho LATER NEWSi THE record of the baseball clubs in the National League for the week ended on the llth was as follows games 35 34 New 31 Phila 17 10 13 13 MANNING anived at New York on the llth from Europe in greatly improved DISPATCHES of the 13th from Arizona re port that tho Apache troubles hud assumed thu dimensions of a general Tho settlers apprehended a bloody and troops were biiing hurried to their FruTHKK earthquake shocks were re ported on the 13th in Turkestan with ad ditional loss of THE exchanges at twentysis leading clearinghouses in the Utiited States dur ing the week ended on the llth aggregated against tho pre vious As compared with the cor responding week of tho increase amounts to per ioLit cadets wore graduated from the Military Academy at West Point on the A nun on tho llh at Green destroyed the Havomeyer sugar causing a loss of abuut Tin total and currency the United May was an increase of us compared with the circulation May Text of the Itltl Denning Measure of Onncrrtt Public June ing is the Conspiracy bill as it has both houses of tho and is now awaiting the Governors approval SUCTION lie That If two or more persons shall conspire to do an unlawful dnngcrous in Its character to human or or or If Its accomplishment will necessarily or probnbly require the use of force and which may result In tne tiikinR of humnn life or injury to person or every party to such conspiracy shall held criminally liable for whatever offense any ono or more of his cooonsplrators shall commit In furtherance of the common It any person hy speaking to nny public or prlvato assemblage of or in any public or shall by print ing or or causing to be pub lished or nny written or printed or Incite n local or the overthrowing or de struction of the existing order of by force or or the resistance to and destruction of tho lawful power nnd authority of tho legal authority of this or of nny of tho cities or counties of this or resistance to the same by force arid or by nny of the means shall encourage or In cite tho disturbance of the public and by such disturbance attempt n rev olution or destruction of public or resistance to such authorities shall thereafter ensue and human life is taken or any person is or property Is de stroyed by any person or by any of the means employed to carry Into effect the purpose to ad vise abetted or incited as aforesaid every person so en abetting or inciting the same shall bo deemed us having conspired tho person or persons who actually com mit the nnd shall be deemed a principal in the perpetration ot tho nnd punished and It shall not be necessary for the prosecution to show that the speaking was or the written or printed matter aforesaid was rend or com municated to the person or persons actually committing tho If such printing or publishing is shown to have been done In n public manner within this It two or more persons conspire to overthrow the existing order of by lorco or or to bring about a local revolution by or to destroy or resist und overcome the legal authorities of the State or of any city or town nnd n human being is or persons or property destroyed by any of the persons engaged in such consplr or by tiny one who may participate with them in the unlawful design and in furtherance of the object of such then all persons who may have conspired to gether as together with nil persons who may actively participate In carrying Into effect their common shall be deemed guilty of tho crime committed by any one or more of such persons so conspiring or noting with such conspirators in the common and shall be punished notwith st nnding the time and place for the bringing about such revolution or overthrowing of public or the destruction or overcoming of tuch authorities had not been Seiinitely agreed upon by such but was left to the exigencies of the time or the judgment of co or some one or more of Hereafter it shall not be necessary in order to establish a conspiracy as aforesaid to prove that the parties charged ever came to gether entered into combina tion or arrangement to accomplish a criminal or unlawful but H shall be sufficient if it appears that the parties charged were actually pur suing in concert the unlawful whether acting separately or at tho same or different by the same or differ ent providing that the acts of each were knowingly tending to the same unlawful Nothing in this act contained shall be construed as repealing by implication or otherwise any law in force in this Reception to tension He LeBUlfttloH What tho Country Done tar Heir netandfttfe June Oren of the Btnto Central Democratic Com introduced General United States Pension to including the Senators and Representatives of the Thirtyfifth Gen eral from the entrance to the Leland Hotel last where they had gathered upon the street with a band to serenade the favorite Ha was greeted with He was proud to come from the capital of the Nation to bring its greetings to the State of the greatest both in war and in in tho It was not garden but the shieldbearing because it lay upon the bosom of the A man in the audience cried out Toll us about Clevelands veto of the Pension General Black made no direct but it was plain to nil present that the interruption changed the whole tenor of his He turned to the point from which the voice came and said that ho had been content to execute tho The public moneys of the Nation were going whore the most good was to be The pension system the United States was more than a century Before the father of tho oldest one present was born the Gov ernment had commouced to care for those who had become disabled in the service of the The rule had been that there must be disablement in tho service of tho country to entitle to awards from the public The people had ever held to that and had never in dicated a desire to go beyond Only those who had been wounded in tho service of the Nation should bo but the Republic had jealously cared for and since the morning stars sang together there had not been a Nation under tho sun that had been as true to those who had fought its battles as the United States but those who had passed through the war unscathed had no claims upon the public treasury until the people so which they had not If the American peo ple become convinced that their generosity was being abused they would Today the pension was a badge of honor tomor row it might moan nothing or dishonor if those who had not faced death and helped to carry victory in face of foes were to be placed upon an equality with those who had staked their lives for the The people would revolt and close the doors oC tho treasury against such a There were over upon the pension The dying wore being replaced by the and so long as law and evidence continued the great office of which he was the head would continue to disburse LANDS INI Represented in Eufanta Adoflfc a Memorial Oppftiinsr the JvHttJ special from t says The Indian council resumed Its sessions Wednesday and is still nt with from eighteen tribes who expressed their satisfaction at the re port of the committee appointed Monday to draft a memorial to the President on the land The preamble enumer ates the tribes that ore to sign the me to wit Choc Bac and Osngo and The memorUvl was unanimously after being inter A synopsis Is as follows With mfiny misgivings they assume thnt United States Government intends to give ine Indians tho benefit of civilization without de priving them of Having lived under t her policy they claim to be fair Judges of They do not wish to antagonize any policy of the Government but to contribute to its But they make an earnest appeal in behult of civilized and wild tribes of tho Per 1 rltory ngalnst tho act providing for the allot ment of lands in severally to It bo a detriment to their ns it in tho near future Ingulf nil of the In dians and tribes of the Territory in one to the enrichment of the land trom whom even those with the civilized machinery of justice seem powerless to secure their They deprecate any measure which will place the Indians in unequal a The Indian needs political an called elsewhere in order to make true progress In tho affairs of The law to which objection is urged enables the Indian to become a member of some other body politic by electing and taking ton himself a quantity of land which is at the common property of Tho LamllnSer eralty law apportions to each individual only part of that which is already his and leaves tho balance for sale to who will be composed of a class having no sympathy for tho who will rush into ther new country in their mad race for gain and crowd out every hope and chance of Indian civ Tho tribes ask that the President stay the operations of the law until they shall be In condition to be benefited by They fur ther request that tho net bo not enforced until they have tho opportunity of testing the valid ity of their rights before the judiciary of United WILL NOT A NEW PENSION Provisions of a Drafted by a Committee oC Grand Army June committee of the Grand Army ot the Republic has drafted a Dependent Pension bill for submission to and it is now being sent to all the It provides pensions for parents whose soldier son left no widow or issuo upon showing that tho parents are depend ent on their own manual labDr or the con tribution of others for the pen sions to date from the date of actual de pendence if the claim was filed prior to or from the date of filing when the claiin was filed after the passage of the It provides that all disabled honorably dis charged veterans who served throe shall receive 13 a month provided their disability is not due to personal hab no person to receive more than one pension for the same and rank not to bo Widows or orphans under or where there are dependent parents of dead veterans may receive the pension provided by whatever may have been tho cause of death of the in caso of a that sho married the veteran to tho passage of tho tho pension of or phans to bs a and in case tho or phan is idiotic or otherwise help less tho pension to continue through life r during the period of Puu shment for agents or attorneys accepting a greater fee than is AND who was Gov ernor of Connecticut from to died at Hampton on the aged eightyfive TUB Citizens judicial ticket prevailed by majority iu the Cook County election on Water Baker and Clifford being elected to the circuit THE funeral of the late deut Wheeler was largely attended at Ma on the in the village was universally suspended during the The pallbearers were old friends aud neighbors of the dead states ExPresident Hayes was one of the THE venerable Hannibal of is the only surviving cxVicePresi dent of the United WILLIAM of was reelected president of the Interna tional Typographical Union at its session in on the TIIE Iowa Republicans will meet in Stato convention at Des Moiues August BELA a veteran Baptist preacher and church dieU at his home in en the aged ninety JUIKE prominent as an antislavery man during the border troubles in died at Washington ou the JAMES BLAINB and wife and North Chicago Rolling Mill at were shut dowa oa tue their two daughters sailed from New THE great strilt of coir1workers in PeniiLylvania on the llth in a vic tory for he and operations in all the works would bo resumed at ADVICES of the llth say that the eviction war still continued in hundreds of tenants being thrown on the roadside AN epidemic of cholera was making havoc among the French troops at on the 11 TWENTYFIVE TiiorsAND square miles of laud were inundated in Hungary on the CARDINAL GIHUOXS his first sermon since his return from Europe at Baltimore on the During the dis course he said that American working men were better better clothed and had butter prospects than any others OE the and denounced tho Nihilists of was ou tiie llth sentenced to seventeen years in State prison for assaulting an eightyearold BISHOP of the Episcopaldio cesc of died at Philadelphia ou the 11 aged seventytwo Ox the llth Captain Laudman was murdered near Tozoo by Wai ter Culluin because of an old Peter Bettors killed a near Lewis Baker mur dered Richard Workman near Jasper Rhodes killed Scurlocl at and Allison sho aud killed his Henry at Barring Out a Chicago June Postmaster enoral has issued an order to the post master at Chicago to deliver no more rog stored letters to the Chicago Farm Jour and cash no more money orders for This action is bused upon evidence ubmittod to him which convinces him hat the publication has no genuine sub scription and is mot legitimately a The evidence consists largely of tho circulars issued by the proprietors setting forth various expansive schemes for the creation of a subscription among them one which promises the dis tribution of premiums aggregating more than as soon as its subscription shall number The liuxineHB Outlook NEW Juno Dun weekly business review reports an im provement both in crop reports and the financial aud says that but for the labor troubles and excessive specula tion tho outlook would be entirely satis Money is in good supply at all and collections fair and The business failures in the United States and Canada for the seven days numbered against 309 during the corresponding period ot last yvs Wright DoellncH to Push Ills Salt Against Phil Armour for Cornering tho Pork of the Millionaires June Journal of yesterday says Phillip Armour has surrendered He has given bail to appear before Justice Brayton this afternoon in answer to the warrant sworn out against him by Austin Armour did not respond in nor was his bond given but the surety for his appearance is duly on file iu Justice Braytons He is charged with having cornered the pork Wright denies that he has lost a cent or a barrel of pork by the but acted from the conviction tnat the whole Board of Trade Imd been The forming of a he is equivalent to corraling a man aud taking away his In this instance ho had strong evidence against and he could not have he would not push the because his most intimato friends had urged him to drop and he had decided to yield to their Armour declared he was not afraid of being Wrights complaint was too insignificant to receive any He did not know but supposed he got in the way of the porkdeal proces was and thought to get even in this he said So far as I am concerned I know nothing whatever about the act of individual traders on hoard of Of course I have men there to represent my but I deal altogether with the My as a last year were That is larger than the sales ever in one year by any other merchant In the United Claflin one year sold worth of My sales this year will reach Does that look as if I am hurting the public I carry men on my payroll and employ 175 I nevei injure the und there is not a man in this country to be found who will stiy I The fact I have treated the public bet ter than most ASSISTED Publication of the Correspondence on tho Subject Between Secretary Bayard and the liritlHh June Bay ard has made public the correspondence between himself and British Minister West in regard to assisted The Minister asked for a statement of the po sition of this Government in regard to the Secretary Bayard replied that it must be purely a matter of indi vidual application that in every case in which the immigrants promised to become a burden on the community that immi grant would not be permitted to land that experience has shown that immigrants who rely upon friends in this country for help and support as the only means of sav ing them from becoming a public charge after having been assisted to this country are not a desirable accession to our popu and he said And their exporta tion hither by a foreign Government in or der to get rid of the burden of their sup port could scarcely be regarded as a friendly act or iu harmony with existing Tho Town of DelURCd by a Forced tp Tuke Refuge on the to the Extent of June water cloud burst upon the town of Nanticoke yes terday The water came down from the heavens like a In about forty minutes the whole town was sub merged with water from one to threo feet The sswer on the maim street was entirely inadequate carry off the and it The river of water then made its way through the cellars of business houses along the soon overflowing them and compelling thra people on the top floora to flee for their Tho women and children were in the arms of und in the drenching which had not yet ceased to they were carried the treet mid up the hill on street to higher The mad dened waters soou made channes for itself and rushing through Arch it partly emptied itself in 1 slope of the Susquehanua Coal miners who were at work were terror They thought the bottom Susquehanna river had fallen and that it would inly be a question of time whent they would bo caught in the rush and The signal was given for the men to run for and throwing down their tools a rush was made for the open All Tho water filled into the boilerhouses Of the Busquehanna Coal quenching the fires and suspending all work in the Thirty tenement near by were entirely surrounded by water before the occupants were aware of When they realized their they got on th 3 tops of houses and were rescued later by a number of men in The water did not cease to do damage un til it reached the a half mile and when it began to pour into the big stream the pressure in thai streets was somewhat The loss to property will be over The people say that the came down not in but in heavy lasted for one hour and fortyfive CREMATION Complaint Againut tlu Paul KoadU June A complaint was received by the InterState Commission yesterday from the Boards of Trade of Far Faribault aud charging the Mil waukee Paul railroad with uujust and unreasonable discrimination in freight rates on flour and millstuffs from these cities to points on their road in Wisconsin and The specific com plaiut preferred is that shippers at these points are charged eighteen cents per 100 pounds of flour and while the rate charged shippers for a like serv ice from Minneapolis and other points in tbe State is but cents per 103 The JUIIHIn Juno War De partment has issued regulations to govern the distribution of the annual appreprie tion for arms and equipments for the The quota of the appro priated to which the Western States are entitled is as follows In Oil A Committee of the American medical Association IMilnks It the Truest of 1reventine the Communication ot Disease from Dead Juno was a largo at tendanca at the meeting of tho American Medical Association in Central Music Hall yesterday a number of ladies being in the The time was consumed in listening to the reports of various com mittees and the discussion of tho various papers that were of chairman of the Committee on was not and his re port was read by of Balti The report says that new of a practical character have come to the notice of the committee during the The committee recommend ed the use of chemical and burial in temporary and said that cremation would come in proper Caustic lime or chloride of zinc specially adapted to the rapid disintegra tion of the dead the re port says The oldfashioned triple coffin and tho should be entirely burlul as fur as be As our cities as our populations the evils of our present mode of burial will In the end u will be found that cremation Is the safest means of escape from the incident to the decomposition of the The committee recommended the adoption ot the following That it is the judgment of the American Medical Association that the buriul of all persons dying of zymotic diseases should be placed by law under the control of the health and that in all such cases of disease chemicul agents should be used by authorities to briny about a rapid disintegrar tion of the dead Without discussion the resolutions was referred to the Committee on Boards for further what is a monopoly inquired a young A monop my is a sort of a scheme whereby a man has all there is and body else has any Then you are the biggest monopolist in these You took the last piece of pie there was on the Heres live move I knows the value of peace and I never move on under a A STOP sleeping Philadelphia Forced to Shut Down by Failure of tlia Coke June and oteam mills of the South Chicago roll closed down last evening on ac count of the exhaustion of the supply of and of thd 100 men employed wer thrown out of employment iu couse The exhau ition of the coke sup ply is caused by th strike now pending m the cpke The railmill will be kept running uatii Saturday whea department also be shut dowa and the 75J men employed there will be laid Three hundred men will be re tained oa the aud making about foe   

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