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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - June 29, 1887, Algona, Iowa                                THE s Epitome of the INTERESTING NEWS THE steambarge of San was wrecked in a squall on Ijako Erie on the and eight persons were THE National Association of Master Plumbers began its fifth annual session in Chicago on the THE Supreme Lodge con vened in annual session at Milwaukee on THE Fidelity National Bankof Cincinnati on tho 21st put into the hands of a rc This is tho institution whose drafts were permitted to go to protest in connec tion with tho collapsed wheat corner in The exclusive of tho banks capital wore placed at A UEAvr wind and rainstorm on thu 21st in the vicinity of blew down several destroyed crops of all and killed flfty sheep and three IN March last the biggest arrcar of pen sion over secured by one man was swarded to Francis of a blind the sum beiug lit was announced on the 21st that the peu sion was secured by EARLY on the morning of the 21st live men boarded a Grand Trunk train at Fort and robbed several of the ipassengers of all the money they AT Harvo de on the 21st two trains killing one man instantly and fatally injuring several FOCTK nusDKED Chinamen employed in laundries at New York struck on the 21st for an advance in They demand jfrom to a an increase of flfty icents on their present AIKEN a prominent sur dropped dead at on jtho A FIUE on the 21st at destroyed property valued at A GANG of aged fourteen to twentytwo have been stealing jail tho good equities belonging to citizens of Two of tho band were arrested on the I IN Union on the 21st jJames an insane while iutoxi killed his 1atally beat Ills wife and committed THE Chicago firms which failed when wheat deal collapsed were on Ihe 21st nearly all making satisfactory progress toward settling with their THE board of trustees of Princatou Col lege tho made additions to its cur Ticulum which will make the institution a in every thing but tho A SLAUOHTEKHOITSU is to be equipped at New York by the New York Hogslaught ering Company with machinery capable of killing hogs per the purpose be ing to compete with Western COLO a notorious renegade Uto was captured on the 21st after a six chase by United States THE postal convention between the United States and recently ratified the Mexican wus on the 21st approved by President It largely increases the facilities for postal between tho two KTEPIIES a Canadian walked across the Niagara river at the Suspension bridge on the i2d on a fivc cightlis inch ALL the railroads in New Hampshire are to bo with u capital stock of wife of a wellto do farmer living near wus chased by a vicious bull on tlie and wiion rescued tell dead of fright into her husbands SEVKN icehousos at owned by Jaag er wore complete ly destroyud by fire on the SMITH at on the conferred the degree of bachelor of arts upon thirtyseven young the degree of bachelor of letters upon and Ihe degroo of bachelor of science upon GRASSHOPPERS were on tho 221 doing groat damage to in OttcrtaU Within rauius of four miles of Perhnm fhO thousand acres of grain and garden crops had bien was visited by a de structive wind and rainstorm un the Many buildings were unroof and a large amount of properly was In the suburbs a house was wrecked by a fulling throe of the inmates being killed and two others danjjjrously SEVEJUL imimifacturiag ijrms in Now York City wero bimicU out 011 the causing i loss of Ax analysis of internal revenue receipts for tho mouth of compare j with those lor shows un increase of lixim spirits and and Iroiu The tux collections during May lust amounted to AmicKii of tho 2M say tho wheat crop of Pennsylvania will ba the smallest known for many Other crops promised to be an A THEE was blown down on tho 22d by a storm at crushing u dwell ing and killing Albert Tito and her two Ox tho 22 J Craig Jay Bud Tolliver and of the famous outlaw band tliut had ruled llowau by terror for many months were shot down in tha streets of Morchead by u sheriffs IHJSSO while resist ing A VAST amount of damage wus inflicted on the ii2d upon property and growing crops in Amelia and UiuwUdie by u THE Internal Revenue Bureau at Wash ington will establish laboratories at Chi Louis and for tuj de tection of TJIK colored people of Louis ara mak ing extensive preparations to take part in tho reception and entertainment of tho Grand Army veterans during their en campment m FURTHER developments on the in the matter of the Fidelity National Hank of Cincinnati were equally as sensational as thosa of the previous The liabilities had swelled to while the assets continued to THE survivors of the old Army of the Potomac held a reunion at Saratoga on the THE late Henry Ward Beechers farm at was sold on the to President of tho East Tennessee Kailroad who would make it his country fell in Pleasant on the THE king of Indiana natural gas wells was developed ut Kokomo on the at a distance of 913 The flow was un precedented in Indiana Tin Chicatro express over the Baltimore Ohio toad was wrecked at Stony ten miles from on the and one man was killed and several In ON tho 23d Schwartz and convict ed of the murder of Express Messenger were sent to Jollet prison to serve their life A monument was dedicated on the at Senator Hls cock delivered tho IOWAS estimated corn yield for 1887 is JAMES aged nineteen was convicted on the 28d at of murdering Charles a milk Nowlinf cut his victim up and distributed the pieces in the fields and along the FROST in Dakota on tho 23d Injured tho crops to some Tho grain was suf fering for THE Supremo elect ed officers at Milwaukee on the of was chosen Supremo Mnstsr THE wreck of a Missouri Pacific freight train on the 23d at caused a loss to the rnllxvay company of WILLIAM VANDEHBILT nnd a party of friends started from New York on the 23J on a tour around the world on the yacht AT the convention of tho Patriotic Sons of America in Chicago on the 23J resolu tions wore alopted against permitting for eign Anarchists or Nihilists to land In America and against alien land George of was elected AMASA THATCHERS livery stable in Chi cago was destroyed by lire on the night of the and seventeen horses perished in the AT on the the busi ness of Fassier tho greatreaper was placed in the hands of a AT Joseph Randolph in a fight on lha 23d fatally injured Frank Marshal Lindell in attempting to arrest the ruffian was seriously but shot his man THE strike of the Now York silver chasers was pronounced a failure on the and the men were gladly accepting work conditioned upon their withdrawing from the Knights of THE Bricklayers Union of Chicago on the 33d declared the strike They claimed to have legal advice to the effect that it would compel the contractors to re sumo was decoyed across the line on the 231 and arrested at Island Two years ago ho decamped from with belongiug to his CHARLES aveteran newspaper man of committed suicide on the because oE his failure to conquer his appetite for IN an interview at on the of a deposed Catholic denounced the Church of Koine as a and said the Popes household wero JAMES an alleged wifepoison was taken from jail on the 23J nt Kos by a mob and hanged to a FOUR men wero killed and three others fatally injured by a gas explosion on tho 231 in a colliery ot Comptroller of the stated on the 23d that the busi ness of the country wus in a good condi and people could look for sroocl JOHN founder of the college at which bears his on the added to his previous gifts of to the JOHN who murdered Helen hanged hUiself on the 23d in the Brattleboro AT Jerome fif teen years of committed suicide on tho There appeared to be no good cause for tho Ix a quarrel on the C31 at a farmer named Chirk and his brother and father were stabbed to death by a farmer named MATTHEW a wealthy brick manufacturer of died on the 23d from sawmill at was burned on the causing a loss of and throwing 150 men out of employ men Tun joint committees of the Amalga mated Association and the iron manu in session on the 2tth at Pitts failed to reach an agreement on the wage and u general strike of iron and appeared to be in exercises took place on the 24th at Harvard in the graduating class numbering THE people of on the 4th organized a vigilance committee to riJ the vicinity of THE Alabama State Agricultural and Mechanical College was burned at Auburn on the THERE were 171 business failures in the United States during the seven days ended on the against 213 tho previous seven THE Milwaukee Paul Companys locomotive and repair shops at Waterlown were destroyed by firo on tho causing a loss of DURIXG the last fiscal year there was an increase of IIS Presidential postoffices in tho United the total number now being PRESIDENT CLEVELAND on tho 2tth ac cepted tho dedication to him of the eulogy on Henry Ward Beecher by of the City Parknwill deliver the eulogy in Brooklyn in October IN their weekly trade review on the 21th a New York commercial lirm says the dis turbances caused by tho failure of the Fidelity Bank of Cincinnati had had an extensive effect upon gen ami and also states that tho outorcemunt of the InterState Commerce act to stop manufacturing and mining at many OVER six hundred employes in tho At lantic oil refinery ut Point struck on tho 24th because of the employ ment of six IT was reported on the 21th that Gray had made a new described by tho term by which facsimilos of messages could ho repro duced by telegraph three hundred miles away from tha starting FIFTEEN men were imprisoned in a burn ing mine at Virginia on the and there were no hopes of rescuing A fiKE on the 24th at T did damage to the extent of The city records were WILLIAM of a win failed on tho 24th for THKEE men were killed by the cars on the 24Dh while walking on tho track near CITIZENS of Niagara Falls and Suspen sion employ persons who live in were notified on the 24th that if they continued to give these persons mployment after July 1 the laws of the United States would bo invoked against Bi a decision of the New York Supreme Court on the 94th touching the new Bntu day hotelteepers fnay sell liquor1 to guests with their meals but the saloons must remain FOUR with a full counterfeiting were arrested oft the 24tti at A good deal of money had been circulated in neighboring ALFRED BLUNT was executed at on the 24th for and Edward Bneed was hanged at for killing a IN a fit of jaalousy on the 24th Conrnd of North killed his wife and stepson wUh an axe and then cut off both of his own ExciTEStBNT amounting almost to a pan ic prevailed on the 24th in the Stock Ex change at Now resulting from falso reports that Jay Gould was Only two failures were EDWARD a wellknown phy sician of was shot dead on his doorstep on the 24th by Georgo No cause for the murder was Louis KENNEDY commission and grain merchants at failed on the 24th for CHARLES of blow out his brains on his wifes grave on tho Ho was to have been married again on that and the wedding party had assembled before the suicide became BEXJAMIX over eighty years rich and was arrested at nearly a year ago charged with choking his wife to On the 24th tho jury returned a verdict of not PERSONAL AND DANIEL known as the great American died at on the aged seventyeight Ix the Michigan Legislature on the 281 tho bill providing for woman suffrage was FKKHMAN Comptroller of tho Currency under President and a member of Congress for several died at on the aged seventyeight TIIK wheat crop of Greut Britain has im mensely improve tho last few and on the 20th gave greater promise than ut the corresponding data in A PERFECT day in London on the Slst permitted the exercises in honor of tho fit tieth anniversary of Queon Victorias as cension to the British throno to be carried out without a single unpleasant The Queens subjects were wild with en and hundreds of thousands cheered themselves hoarse as the royal procession passed through tho Cnixic hardware job bers of failed on the Slst for THE Irish have not taken kindly to tho celebration of Hor Majestys and much feeling and excitement was rampant throughout Ireland on tho In Cork a Tory newspaper office was and during tho riot over fifty persons wero in some In Belfast a serious riot also took LARRY tho American who has attempted several jumps from high bridges in on the 221 gave bonds to make no further experiments of the kind in that FJFTV THOUSAND school children as sembled in on tho and tho the Prince of Wales und other notables reviewed tho little who received tho royal family in tho heartiest manner Queen Victoria had returned to Amomf her jubilea presents was a purse of contributed by throo million GREAT distress was reported on tho 22d from Asia where a famine AT tho annual meetiiigof the Irish Arch bishops and held at Dublin on the resolutions were passed condemning THE Dominion Parliament was prorogued on the 2iid by tho THE Bavarian Government on the 23d of ficially King Otto to be A was thrown from tho track on tho near and seven persons ware killed and forty others LATER NEWSi THE record of the baseball clubs in the National League for the week ended on tho 25th was as follows Detroit games 81 29 Now 28 Chi 25 21 16 15 STEVE a tightrope was killed on the 25th at Niagara Ho tried to walk the rope when he was Tux county officials and tax collectors of were indicted on the 25th for hood FIVE persons porished in a tenement hoiuo fire in London on thu Ox the two Cleveland Crumb and George They attributed their suspension to tho recent wheat deal iu AN Eastern journal estimates tho pres ent population of tho United States at near ly sixtytwo THE Mono County marble quarry was completely destroyed by an earth quake shock on tho causing a loss of GENERAL JAMES AttorneyGener al in President Lincolns died on tho morning of tho 25th at He was born in A FIRE at on the 25th de stroyed several extensive tobacco ware with a total loas of wife of a Presbyterian minister at County of Scot in a tit of temporary insanity on the 25th cut the throats of hor throe children and then her A WATERSPOUT burst on the 25th near tho quays at submerg ing a washhouse iu which were eight per all oi whom wero THE main building of the Chicago Pack ing Provision at the was visited by a fire on th doing damage to the extent of about Several firemen were in Ax attempt was made on tho 26th to en force the Missouri Sunday law at with only partial A largo number of arrests were MASSMEETINGS are being held in Utah in support of tiie movement for the admis sion of that Territory as a QUEEN VICTORIA issued an address on the 25th acknowledging her appreciation of the kindness with which she was re ceived by tho people jubilee FIVE one of them Charles who was to have been hanged for murder killed the deputy sheriff at Mount on the and escaped from IN a fight on the 35th in the Choctaw na tion between a sheriffs posse and a band of horsethieves two of the latter wjra killed and three THIS exchanges at twentysix leadiu clearinghouses in the United States dur ing the week ended on the 85th aggregated against tha vious As compared with the corre sponding week of tho iucreasa amounts to pur A BEflAL Queen Victorias Jubilee Joutney Through the Route Thronged with of of Enthtislastlo Itnpregfllve Ceremonies nt mlnster GORGEOUS June first day of the fifty flrst year of tho reign of Queen Victoria over Great Britain opened with perfect summer in A lovelier day could no1 have been desired for the celebration of Her Majestys The llnoof the procession from Buckingham Paltice to Westminster Ab bey was as follows From the palace portals HER MAJESTY QUEBK IFrom a by Photographer to tho along Constitution Regent Waterloo Pall East Cook spur Northumberland Thames Bridge street to Tho lino of route was kept by nearly representing all branches of the serv ice in addition 600 boys from naval training ships were drawn up at tho base of tho Nelson Besides the military manythou sands of both mounted and on wore on duty under tho command of Sir Charles The military force was under com mand of General Glpps and Colonel of the Colclstream The llrst of the royal procession was com posed of the Indian Princes and a few minor German Punctually at the Quoen in an open carriage emerged from the palace At the sight of her thousands of voices were lifted up in the applause being accompanied by the music of the many military bands stationed in front of the Tho Queen did not wear her state but was dressed in Her carriage was drawn by eight The Prince of the Duke of the Duke of her sons tho Crown Prince Imperial of the Marquis of Prince of and Prince Henry of her sonsin and Princes Albert Victor nnd Georgo of Prince Alfred of and Prince William of her grand all rode in full uniform beside the Queens coach as a body When the peo ple at tho palace gates had shouted themselves hoarse cheering for tho they continued to cry out long life to tho Prince and Princess of Tho as left the seemed to be in excellent and she smiled and bowed graciously to the people on every The Queens carriage was a large of chocolate wheels and tho royal arms in gbld emblazoned upon tho Red morocco harness was used for tho which were otherwise decorated with royal blue All the servants wore state liveries of scarlet and The other car riages containing members of tho royal family were of a gorgeous horsed with four bays and all The procession slowly made its way until the Wellington arch was and then tho llrst introduction to the London streets Emerging from the Wellington the llrst to greet the Quoen were the convalescent patients and others of tho Georges which was packed from basement to seats hav ing been erected for many thousands over the roof of the It was not until Devonshire House was reached that tho Queen began to re alize tho grand preparations that had been made to greet Here the Marquis of Hart PRINCE OF From a by tegton had had a spacious gallery from which many hundreds of gayly dressed ladles waved their handkerchiefs and cheered the Facing Devonshire at the Bath another gigantic booth had been and from this point to Westminster Abbey every point of vantage hud been seized by contractors to fix Shop fronts and flrst floors wore rented at from to and In some cases even The fronts of tho Burlington tho Royal the Egyptian James Parish Church whore children were seated und sang God Save tho end the Museum Geology wero all packed with human On reaching Regent where six main streets the sight was a memorable the streets being all splendidly decorated with Many of tho Imposing commercial buildings along the way were one mass of Many of the shops hereabouts had their fronts removed and elegant boudoirs formed in their Many American ladies and gentlemen hud secured seats at a commercial establishment in Water loo and joined in the enthusiasm as warmly as the Passing around Pall Mall a large gal lery was erected over tho colonnade of her Majestys while chairs rented at from two and three to five guineas each were all filled at Waterloo House hi Cockspur Trafalgar Square wus now and every where one looked nothing but heads was to be The crowd hero wus tremendous and completely eclipsed any that has assembled at the greatest political gatherings of recent Men clambered up the trees in such as to badly Injure many of All along tho Thames embankment where not occupied by public seats and galleries hud been On turning into Bridge around Stephens Her Majesty obtained a full view of the Abbey and the preparations which had beea made iu Parliament The ground floor of the Abbey was concealed by the lofty grand stand called the seats of which were sold for flve guineas The scene ot Westminster Abbey was most Every seat was and every per sonage present was more or less When the Identities were enumerated it seemed M it every locality tUe wgrld over bad tti to do honor to Bfiglftnds Queen on BMfttast tfhftre probably In modem titties tinder one roof an audience Sft brtlllaltlj Every present entitled to Wear a uniform or decora tions had both new or burnished When this audience was all tha scene pre sented was When tho Marquis of the Queens Prime en tored and proceeded to the place 80t apart for he was When Gladstone was observed quietly edging his way to his sent be was also Among the Americans occupying seats In the ftbbey during the were Law United States Minister to Austria Senator of New Jersey Sen ator o Maine Perry of New York Joseph and of Dartmouth Conspic uously prominent among tho distinguished throng which filled the abboy was Glad who appeared In full court ac companied by white James Blalne and James Russell Lowell attracted the attention of all within whoso view they In the immediately overlooking the wero seated Queen KapJolanl and Prin cess The state procession Into the abboy was headed by tho minor canons and the canons Then came the Bishop of Lon the Archbishops of Canterbury and and the Dean of Tho heralds and the members of tho royal preceding tho royal Princes and relatives of Her who walked three the two lines nearest the Queen being composed of the Prince of Wales and the Dukes of Oonnatight and and Prince Crown Prlnco Frederick and the Grand Duko of Fol lowing tho Quoen were the master of the horse and the mistress of the tho Princesses coming next in The royal family slowly took their seats on tho tho Queen occupying the coronation over the back of which drooped tho regal robes of which tho Queen presently as with the assistance of tho mistress of the When the Queen reached tho abbey and the royal procession was forming In the marquee outside the west the state In gold and crimson executed fanfares from the nearly in tho center of the When tho clergy at the head of the royal procession moved Into the church tho Na tional anthem was rendered by the and tho audience rose as a unit and lent its voices to accompany the The effect was so so that many persons were moved to It was at this moment that the Queon ap peared within the Then the sinking of THE PRINCESS OP the anthem ceased and the processional inarch from Handels Occasional Oratorio was given by the organ the piogress of tho Queen and tho royal family to tho When they were seated the Archbishop of Canterbury and tho Dean of who had taken their places within tho began tho service oy asking of God a blessing upon the Tha Te Deum Laudamus was then sung by tho choir to the music composed by the Prince the Queen having requested The Lords Prayer was said tho responses adapted to the occasion wero Then three special prayers wero Following the prayers the Exaudiat le Dominus was sung with organ and brassband accompani The Dean of Westminster advanced to the altarrails and read tho lesson for the day Poter Bridges special selected by the Queon last year as hor jubilee was next by the choral composed by the Prince In tho rests the national anthem was Two more special prayers for the defense of the the spiritual welfare of the kingdom and for peace and love and wore supple mented by tho which was pro nounced by tho When tho benediction had been said the Queens sons knelt before her and kissed her They and Her Miijesty kissed each upon his The Princesses next ad vanced to tho Queen and kissed and sho kissed them favoring some mak ing unusual demonstration over tho Princess of Wales and Princess After the royal salutatitas had all been made tho Queen descended the dais and moved out of the preceded by the royal the congregation standing and cheering with fervor all the Mendelssohns march from Athalie being rendered by the organ and band until Her Majesty hud The con gregation at once selections of sa cred musio played until all had left the It was puat one oclock when the Queen emerged from the She at once resumed her carriage and returned to Buckingham pal taking the route sho traversed after hor coronation flfty tfears via Parliament Cookspur Pall James Piccadilly and Constitution Everywhere the crowds and enthusiasm of the morning were and the Queon seemed fairly overcome with the loyalty dis played by her Tho illuminations In the evening were of the most gorgeous The finest display wus given in the square fronting the Royal Ex together with the Mansion was covered with beautiful and novel designs in colored oil At ten oclock beacon flres were lighted sim ultaneously on all the principal peaks from Cornwall to the remotest part of WINDSOB forming a connected chain of signals over the whole The day was appropriately observed in every town in the of the Scotch having celebrated on devoted yester iay to fetes to the children and the Very few accidents have boen At Pem broke a uaan was killed by falling from a and at Bedear a volunteer artillery corporal wus killed by explosion of a Jubilee services held yesterday by the English reeideats in nearly every European which VM attended In many instances Tfee celebrations beaua lu the co lonial capitals Monday also yM At South was given to children and poor peo ple wfero given a Most of tbe celebra tions consisted of bahquets and The Queens dross was not her fcretwt she wore the broad blue ribbon of the The only other decoration she wore was that of the Order ot Upon the dais the Prlnoessos wora lightcol ored except the Duchess of who was attired in The press Is requested to that the ntttfl ber of congratulatory telegrams from publio bodies and private individuals is so overwhelm ingly large that it Is Impossible to answer them The Quoen is greatly touched and gratified by such expressions of loyalty and devotion from all classes of sub THE PRESIDENT AND THE June following is the text of President Clevelands letter ot con gratulation to Queen written and mailed on May and presented to the Quoen Monday by United States Minister Phelps ffrowr President of tht United States of to Her Victo Queen of Great Britain and Ire land and Empress of India GHBAT AND GOOD the namo and on behalf of the people of tho United I present their sincere felicitations upon tho ar rival of the fiftieth anniversary of your Majes tys accession to tho crown of Great I but uttor the general voice of my fellowcoun trymen in wishing for your people the prolonga tion of a reign sc marked with advance in popular moral and in It Is justice and not adulation to acknowl edge tho debt of gratitude and respect to your personal for their important in fluence in producing and causing the prosper ous and wellordered condition of affairs now generally prevailing throughout your domin Way your life be and honor and prosperity bless tho people over whom you have boon called to May liberty flourish throughout your under just und equal and your Government be strong In tho affections of all who live under And I pray God to have your majesty in His holy Done at Washington this 27th day of GnovER By the President Secretary of OBSERVANCE IN Dispatches from all over tho United States show that the Queens jubilee was generally observed by British residents In this At Washington Minister West gave a dinner to the diplomatic and a room in the Gar flold Memorial Hospital was furnished m En glish oak and The mayor of Charles sent a message to the re membering her response at the time of the The Chicago Victoria jubilee which commenced with tho International cricket match on last Saturday was signalized by memorial services in several of the city churches on and by a really imposing banquet at the Grand Pacific Hotel on Monday was brought to a pleasant and memorable close by tho public procession and fireworks celebration at the lakeside grounds of Cheltenham Beach The Queens jubilee was celebrated at New York by public services at tho Metropolitan Flags wero displayed at the city hall In honor of tho event by order oi Mayor At the Church of the Holy In nocents solemn requiem mass was celebrated for tho repose of tho souls of the Irish who have died of starvation during tho present British residents of Boston held a banquet in Pancuil Mayor OBrien having decided in response to the requests of Irish residents that he had no power to veto tho The ban quet was kept up till twelve Outside tho otroets wero crowded with but the 400 policemen present kept the crowd in amVthcre was no disturbance aside from some of the guests being Throughout Canada tho day was generally celebrated by jubilee services in the cathedrals and and reviews of VICTORIAS The chief events of Queen Victorias reign are 1839 and chartist introduction of the penny Afghan Dost Mohammed had usurped tbb Afghan and a force was sent to Cabul to depose him and replace The British were and of soldiers and be sides women and one human be A new army was under General and English prestige was with the Sikhs and incor poration of the Buttles of Chillianwalla and About this time the valuable diamond called the Kohinoor was surrendered to the British Melbourne ministry became too weak to carry on the Government the princi ples of free trade found such acceptance in the country that they were compelled to resign the which were taken up by tho Duke of Wellington and Sir Robert It was during this ministry that the bill for the repeal of the corn laws was consequent upon the famine in Ireland in Sir Robert Peel then resigned In Ireland under OConnell for a repeal of the in war with Hong Kong coded to England Ningpo and Shanghai made open famine in Pope appoints a Koaan Catholic hierarchy with territorial titles bill passed for bidding such titles as great exhibition in Crimean war S8th and closed by the battle ot Peace signed on the SOth of of tho power of tho East In dia Company for the better government of Jews admitted Into Indian mutiny breaks out at Merut Cawnpore massacer sieges ofLucknow and War with China for outrage onamer Treaty of peace of TlenTsin con cluded in but in 1850 a second outrage re news Treaty of peace ratified at after the storming or the Taku of the volunteer Trent affair treaty of Wash ington court of arbitration over the Ala bama claims at cotton Fenian insurrection tn Ireland put down by Lord Wall of Clerkenwell blown 1 the church establishment Jn Ire land ceases to The ballot Death or Prince Imperial Louis Na poleon in War with Cotewayo bat tle of Ulundi massacre of British troops at League troubles in with tho Boers in tho British defeat at Majuba Arrest of OKelly and Dillon tor undue agitation hi connection with the Land Assassination of Lord Fred erick Cavendish and Thomas Burke in OBiiix Married Womens Property act Egyptian war against Arab Bombardment of Alexandria and battle of of the Phoenix Park assas War in the Soudaii agaiust Mahomet El Hicks Pasha und meu beaten and massacred at El Bat tles ot El Teb and war renewed battle of Abu of General Chinese Gordon at Kiels insurrection in the Oana iian Annexation of King Theebttu 81 the Queen opens Home rule tlie feature ot the Second reading of the bill In July Gladstone appeals to the is and suc BOed bv Lord   

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