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   Atlantic Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - December 4, 1905, Atlantic, Iowa                                2O9 MONDAY ATLANTIC ally AND SUBSCRIPTION BVCARRISR In per mouth BY If paid Pet II not bald in Per Address all communleatleai 10 The Democrat Odd Fellows Phone 18 CRISIS INKIft A Revolutionary TieUp of Tel egraph Isolates the STILL SOME NEWS IS SENT OUT Petersburg Intensely Alarmed at the Which Is Population In a State of Fearing a Political Cataclysm Bloodshed at following is re ceived from Kieff dated 1 There has been serious street fight ing between mutinous sappers and Cos sacks and beUyeeuworkruenand bands of the Black Scores of persons have been killed or Martial law has been Is no newa at this writing from Petersburg that is later than A dispatch dated 2 at 1 says In tense alarm prevails Communica tion with the outer world by telegraph ceased this morning when the Finnish operators joined their com The legations and banks are hastily organizing courier services to both the Finnish and Ger man The population is id most ina state of fearing that the railroads will stop running and that inhabitants will have no mode of flight in the event of the political cataclysm which they seem to fear is Disaffection Among the Stories of the spread of disaffec tion in the guard regiments are in ev erybodys mouth and the revolution aries continue to boast that the troops will no longer fireon the This morning newsboys were openly hawk ing fly sheets in the street containing an account of an alleged revolt at TsarskoeSelo and crying out the em perors palace guard has mutinied According to reliable information the only foundation for these stories is the arrest of the soldiers of the guard at TsarskoeSelo Nevertheless Intheir excited state the people give ready credence to all and this adds to the general Hevolution in the The air IS also filled with stories AIMED AT THE PRESIDENT Chunk of Iron Through n Window of the Presidents Train in North un known person hurledfpt heavy Iroa plumb bob through a window of one of tile cars on President Roosevelts special train on the run from Prince ton to The missile craslied theglass transom of a window of the combination car Sal vius and fell at the feet of Major Webb a son of the late Presi dent Rutherford who was a guest of the president on the trip to the army and navy foot ball Fragments of broken glass fell on Major who was sitting with his jack to the window but did not Injure him In any Broad In North had just been crossed when the missile crashed into the The Salvius was the first car of the while the presidents car was the but it is remarked that the profile of Major Hayyes could easily be mistaken for that of the president The railway of ficials doubt that the missile was in tended for the and say that several times recently stones have been thrown at trains passing through North An investigation will be Once More Uncle Samuel Has the National Congress On His CANNON SURPRISES A CAUCUS Produces a Typewritten Speech and Sticks to It to the to Again Lead the Demo crats of the of the Two Leaders VANDIVERS ACCUSATIONS He Docs Not Spare Them Against Me Perlcins et in His Ke ply to the Insurance Jefferson state superintendent of in through his Attorney General Lehmaun and John has filed in the United States circuit court here his reply to the petition of the New York Lifo In surance in the injunction proceedings recently instituted by the New York Life company to overthrow his order revoking its Missouri Vandiver accuses President of to the law the United States congress was called to order in both branches today at In both houses the routine was the same as it always has and the hour or so beforethe presiding officers gavels fell saw the usual gatherings of senators and rep resentatives in their respective cham bers and the usual meetings of old and introductions of new mem bers to their colleagues in the national Senate Session Was the house officers as they were last pp WILLIAMS LEA DS AGAIN Democrats Pick the Mississipplan the Speaker and Floor For two hours the Democratic mem bers of the house discussed party pol icies and procedure with a view to Solidifying the minority and acting harmoniously upon all matters of a partisan character that may come be fore the This discussiou fol lowed the nomination of John Sharp Williams was unanimously chosen as the and this action of the caucus makes him the minority leader Following his nomination Williams made quite an extended out lining principles upon which the party should and especially insisted that the party should oppose subsidies of all kinds and support antitrust leg Speaking of railway rate regu lation he insisted that the party would be indorsing its national platforms if every effort were used to further leg islation looking to government con trol such As to the charge that the Democrats were following a Republican president he declared that the Democrats were supporting their own principles and it nifttered not if these principles were indorsed by a Republican president After Williams had been chosen for the speaker and made his speech the following officers werenomlnated wlth opposition exRepresenta tive of Missouri sergeant Charles of Tex Report That Gives the Police Force a Very Undesirable REGULAR SCHOOL OF PERJURY Nothing Too Infamous to Do to Save a Brother Much Pol iticsthe debauching public Nothing but preliminary work will engross the attention of the senate this week of the The senate is al ready as it is a continuous Senators of Con necticut of Missouri of and of Wis have not yet taken Today was a short and the senate adjourned out o frespect for the late Senator of as soon as the necessary formalities as of Ar kansas Robert Doug of South Carolina Austin of the beginning of a new congress had icyholders by extravagant ventures and reckless The answer contains direct and severe attacks on President Vice President George Perkins and other officers of the New York It directs specific attention to the charge that McCall and Perkins have lost of the companys money in bad and questionable real estate in By agreement among the attorneys the case is set for hearing on been What Was Done in the Prosperous People of last port of Bank Examiner Berg to 9 shows most gratifying signs of pros perity among the people of In the ten weeks since the previous re port there has been an increase in de posits of As compared with emergency appropriation for the Pana ma canal may be passed the last ot the Opening day in house was taken up with the election of a speaker and other house They were those nominated by the Republic an as goes without It is already understood that the rules of the last house will be adopted after the members have been sworn The biennial lottery for seats will be an in teresting occasion on the day and at its conclusion adjournment will Presidents Message Tomorrow will be devoted to the last year there is an increase of about presidents message in both houses and S9 000 000 in the total resources of the that will probably close the real state and savings banks of Wisconness of the house for the Speak of the alleged revolution at the palace Durine the vear there has been er Cannon has not yet completed his in which Grand Duke Boris is bm fa said to have attempted the life of the These stories likewise are but they prove that a revolu tion In the palace is considered possi ble at any OPERATION CURES INSANITY Patient Begs To Be Killed if Found To Be Is Recov ering Ann from seemingly hopeless lunacy to complete sanity by a surgical opera tion at the University hospital William Dwyer in a momentary period of san ity after being placed on the operating table had begged the surgeon to him with his lancet if it appeared that he would always have to be crazy Two years ago in a smelter furnace at Dwyers skull was being hit by a steel After an apparent recovery he be came a month ago a raving In the operation it was demonstrated that his mental trouble was entirely due to an abscess in his This was successfully removed and a silver plate about two inches square fitted in the hole that the surgeon had made in the Then the scalp was sewed in place and the patient is well on the way back to his former Dwyer is 35 years old and has a wife wife and two The October grand in a special report made to Judge severely arraigns the police declaring it is demoralized through participation in politics that policemen have come to look upon perjury as a part of their and that witnesses who might give testimony upon which indictments for perjury and the suborn ing of witnesses could be returned are plainly intimidated and In fear of phy sical Fact Is Well Perjury is well known be the greatest and most dangerous evil con tended with by those who are charged with the enforcement of our criminal the report The fact that the police commit perjury and witnesses in cases in which are offering protection to or menacing those whom they seek was well established before this jury and a number of indictments have re There a feeling on the part of the which is so that anything Is excusable the defense of a brother These deplorable conditions must beremedled or justice will be a mockery and the machinery of the law fall into con SWITCHMEN NOT MOVING They Are Taking No Part In tion to the Presidents Rail way Kate Switch mens Union of North America Is not in the movement launched by rallroiad brotherhoods for the purpose of op posing government regulation of traf fie according to an interview with Hawley grand master of that Hawley says he be lieves the railroad employes do not clearly understand President Roose velts attitude on the subject The Union Is taking no active part in this movement al though we are naturally he We are not opposing Roosevelts idea of rate legislation be cause we believe that it is generally misunderstood and not aimed to pull down the but to overcome and prevent We believe that away to adjust these matters will be arranged witnout necessarily reduc ing THERES MISSING tempt Appalling Police POSTOFFICE ROBBER CAUGHT v PRESIDENT AT THE GAME With Who Are Drawn to the ArmyNavy Contest by hy His 6 To the few thousand men from Annapolis and West Point this score was the allabsorbing but to the great majority of the odd persons present it conveyed simply the Iritelllgenge that there had been a foot ball game played on Osborne and that neither team was Willie the game was probably one of the most exciting ever played between the two Institutions it was simply the side show to the social foot ball event of the From all sections of the United States came spectators who or dinarily would not travel a score of miles to see a foot ball but they came to see the who was one of the The demonstration accorded the when he entered the arid also the thunderous caeers which greeted between the halves as he left his in the navy stand and walked across the gridiron to the army were infinitely more hearty and spontaneous than those accorded the combined In the presidents party was Miss Roose Secretary Secretary and Secretary Among those who the game was Grover Cleve The president left for Washing ton as soon as the game was Sir Clintofi lawkins Clinton Ed ward a partner in the bank ing bouse of Morgan Is dead after a short Sir Clin tons heart had been weak for s6me Lord Curzon Is Home Cur of exviceroy of Lady have arrived an increase in deposits of over but it is expected that he 000 000 j will be ready to announce them early in the In the senate Wednes Iowa Colleges Bar Foot I js to be devoted to the in Des a le troduction of A short session will gal and stormy session the athletic conbe uelcl Thursday and the senate will cleared up by the arrest of fereuce of Iowa colleges adopted the tnen adjOUrn until the following Monr Adams a former who following resolution That American was caught with the stolen goods in Had the Stolen Goods in His Posses Recently Paroled burglary of the store and postofflce at Walnut Tuesday of last his and had admitted his The arrest was made on a clew supplied by Chief of Police of People Had Selected the Said tnis city who connected Adams with NOTHING TO DO BUT RATIFY Chairman The Aroeri suspicious character seen about the can people have selected the speaker village on the evening before the bur of the house for the Fiftyninth con it only remains for us to ratify foot as now Is not a game suitable as an athletic sport for Insti tutions of and unless the au thorities controlling the game make radical changes we shall favor its dis continuance in Iowa colleges next Son of an English Lord law student of and said to be the son of an English i wm not call for a for has been sentenced to one year In state mal but simply name Jo prlsoii for stealing an overcoat and a sepn G of This pair of He said he committed 8tatement made by Chairman Hepburn the theft because lie was hungry and to Republican members of the house had no In the name of God he was received by hearty cheers and Implored the judge to be merciful of cannon wafl immediately declared the his He refused to Depew Disgusted with the New States fne through the description of a rested been hours the man was ar to Clark In the investigation of the killing of the young law Frederick shot down by thugs near the Republican 1901 to which this body gave weeks of zeal ous we were surprised to elis cover evidence of police laxity and in difference to an appalling No charge bad lodged against any one until some fourteen months after this young and innocent man met his untimely Detective Department The department has been given considerable and we regret to say that a great many oi its members have been shown to be unfit for police The standard of that department is and1 ugly cnmors are freely charging its mem bers with criminal conduct and alli We have learned enough to know that these stories are well found and that if the witnesses can be prevailed upon to speak freely Indict ments can readily be found and sus Our attention has been called to many cases of Inebriety among po lice It has been urged before us by officials high in the department that despite drinking proclivities of certain officers some of whom go on protracted they are never tlKjIess good We condemn this stand and protest against Police Board Is The responsibility rests with the police board For the crimes that have been committed and the out rages upon our citizenship which have gone unpunished those in power at the time stand Having and feel ing confidence in the new we re spectfully recommend that the police be notified that activity in politics on Polish Building Society at Milwaukee Is Short That Much Through Milwaukee condition far inoro sensational than at first in dicated has been discovered in the af fairs of the Skarb Polski Mutual Building of of which Frank who has disap was shortage is found to be about instead of moreover it ts announced that the relatives of Heller will not make good his as was reported some days Also he apparently took with him at the time he left It is said that he obtained at least two mortgages from relatives one for 000 and one for which he posited as assets to satisfy the bank examiner that his affairs were in good and was afterward MINE HORROR IN WYOMING Explosion Kills Eighteen Cause Probably a Blown Out Shot Mine Is Eight een miners lost their lives in an plosion in the Diamond Coal and Coke companys mine It is believed that all the men who perished were instantly The theory advanced by the miners is that a blown out shot caused the wrecked the which The shock of the explosion was felt all over the rocking buildings so violently that their occupants ran out Into the In a previous which occurred Oct thirtytwo miners The following are known to be In the mine Robert Ferdinando Antonio John William Henry Gust Henry Usa talo and John Most of the dead men are said to be The work of recovering of the bodies is very difficult because of the way the mine is wrecked and the terrible after his being the burglarizing of his part their part will not be while every member of the force must and shall exercise his right as a citizen to vote as he nominee for When Cannon escorted to the stand he surprised not only by displaying a reading New typewritten but by reading Senator Depew was asked if he had nstead of discarding it and resigned as senator He at first refused either to deny or affirm the but eui P said finally I have never given the matter a It Is absurd That He returned tuauks for Is as good as a I am tired of tte done nlnli gave a re h Cannon was applauded to the ne of tne was also making denials unpleasantquea Republican I am resolved to talk no fur changes In the ujeth1 IA 4Vm ods of production and commerce so ther to the Recaptured Convict a leader of the Folsom pris on convicts who broke from the pris on on July and who was con victed of the murder of Guard William died on the gallows at the oris He refused to accept religious Eldridge was one of the thirteen men captains capturing the RECALLS A WAR INCIDENT Successful Search for the Grave of Six Confederate Soldiers Who Froze to a long search the graves of six Confed erate who were frozen to at station In Poisoned by a Chicken A chicken scratched of this a few weeks ago and blood poisoning set in so that hand and arm swelled to an enormous size and an abscess formed from which quarts of pus have been 80 years of Muflley is tv they do tHe extraordinary use of com mound bined einphassles the were prisoners brought eity for agreements to rethe river to be Bent to straint of and the regulation of They were thinly The night commerce among the states and with turned bitter The Ohiowas foreign i and the thermometer indicated The consensus of opinion of the 40 degrees below The six men was one oi people is that congress has the power who perished were burled in the ceme who rulhed to the by amendment to the law to provide and the r companions were sent who rushed to tne rpmpdlM for reai nbusps existnorth the following rpmpdlM for reai nbusps exist ttonroduS and consumer Captain John of George John Mitchells Is aged of was killed while hunting by the accldnetal discharge of his Smith was standing on a stump when the gun fell from his hand and was The load took effect in his and tore his heart to Charge Against Him Is Edward real estate dealer of this has been arrested on a charge of securing from Edward Ains laud owner near by fraud in the sale of some gold mining VILLAINOUS TRIPLE CRIME Brute Kills a Young Woman and Boy and Then Ends His Own lifeless bodies of Henry McCaffrey George a and Miss Capto lia a were found In the home of McCaffrey in Harriets four miles from Saranac They had all been shot and the gun was found lying near the body of The coroner decked that Carpenter shot the other two and then committed The tragedy was discovered by who was absent from the house when It took place and who discovered It when she returned who was a nephew of lived In the house and worked for McCaffrey came to Malone on leaving Car penter and her aged 16 at She also engaged Cap tolla Gilmet to come and look after the household work her While she was gonelt Is believed that Carpenter raped or attempted to rape the killed the boy for interfering and then All were in their night opinion go forward i T i 1 KV But It is our duty to see Confederate cemetery at Split His Skull While tnnt iegi8iation is wise in the and the mound was found In a seclud While just to the the and ed In the old cemetery marked skating on Ford river Clarence to the He then impressed it Lot 17 Six Old citizens bert fell and his skull was split from upon hls hearers that the responsibility said that Confederates thirty yearn ago forehead to HUl condition la Is Up0n the Republicans for whatever had decorated the Is The caucus renomlnateii all Load Tore His Heart to Spring president of the United Mine is but it niay be a week or more before he can return to his work at He Is suf fering from nervousness caused by Roman Catholic Bank Mexico The re ceiver In the case of the Catholic which has suspended has taken charge and has found only 000 in the shares were It Is alleged that Issued free to the founders who afterward sold them to the bank for Fatal Shot man was fatally and seven others severely Injured by an explosion In the Fort Branch coal Timmons was caught by a falling trap door and was crushed so badly that he will Tha explosion was due to a windy   

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