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   Atlantic Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 14, 1895, Atlantic, Iowa                                VOLUME TO NEGOTIATE A TREftTK Commission to Fix Sealing Claims to TUESDAY MAY 1895 NUMBER 181 HAZELTON WILL STAY AT itute Department Officials Say He Will Not lloturn to Hills Private Secretary Gets iv IHaae on the Civil Ser vice Klce of Luulu Also May arrange ment has been effected between the United States and Great Britain in which October is set as the time for the assembling at Washington of a com mission to negotiate a treaty as to claims of sealers on account of Boring sea Delegates will come from Canada to meet the authorities The report coming from Victoria that the British government has vacated the sealing regxilatioiis because of the non payment by the United States of the claimed for seizures is said to be due to It is learned that the report from Victoria is based on a misunderstanding of the word which does not apply to the seal but to the locks or seals by which implements used in seal ing are locked up during the closed Lost year a rule was made that sealers could go to Japan or other proximate territory where a British con sul or other officer would seal up the used in Vessels having arms thus sealed up were allowed to remain in Bering sea during the closed They were not subject to search and seizure as the seal on their arms was a guarantee that they were not capturing fur bearing But the British admiralty has found that this rule is In case a ship master concealed arms and used them in the closed sil though he had another set of arms sealed up as a guarantee against inspec Owing to these objections the British authorities have determined t abolish this one but not all of them and notice to that effect has been It is that this will not permit British ships to poach during the closed The law against this on British statute books is in the same words as adopted by the Paris court of arbitra British naval vessels will patrol the sea as usual and the list of these patrol ships is daily REUNION OF THEJ3LUE AND Dedication of Cnnfoilornto Monument at tn IJo Memorable May notable reunion of the blue and gray will take place when the Confederate1 monument at Oakwood is dedicated on Memorial Officers who were prominent in the armies of both the north and the south will be present and will do their utmost to make the occasion Sev eral carloads of flowers will be sent from the southern states to decorate the graves of the Confederate soldiers who are buried in The ex pense of entertaining the visitors will be born by subscriptions raised among some of Chicagos leading Every effort will be made to have this the greatest meeting of officers of armies of the north and south that has ever oc Lieutenant General commanding the army of the United with his staff and Major General Morton Hawkins and Briga dier General Boynton are ex pected to be Lieutenant Gen eral Wade Hampton will be the orator of the Postmaster General William Wil Solicitor General Brigadier General chief of United States of and a great many army officers will also The south will be represented by General John command ing the Federation of United Confed erate Veterans General James Long Lieutenant General Alexander Major General Fitzhugh Major General Brigadier General Basil Brig adier General Clement Brigadier General Fayette Colonel Colonel Charles Amos Judge Calhoun of At lanta and Arrangements have been made to attach refrigerator cars filled with flowers to passenger trains at Charleston and Pensacola and to send them direct to Mayor Swift will occupy the chair at the exercises and offer the freedom of the city to the GRAPE CROP IS Growers In New York Put Their Lossat LOSS WILL BE GEE AT III HAZELTON WILL STAY AT HOME State Will Department Officials Say He Not Return to May phase of the important pending question between England and Venezuela in which the United States has intervened to ask ar bitration is involved in the demand of the state department for the resignation of United States Minister Hazelton of Venezuela on serious charges made by Admiral Minister Hazelton re gards the charges as inspired by pique and as an evidence of this he cites poli tical representations of a direct and in direct character by which he says Ad miral Meade sought to impress the Ven ezuelan government and people with the visit of the United States squadron as something more than a oourtsev and involved poli tical assurances that the United States was about to lend the strength of its navy to maintain Venezuela against Great The minister soys this impression characterized all the ad mirals action while the United States fleet was in Venezuelan It was 80 marked as to attract the notice of The government who were well informed of the pacific character of the were surprised that the im pression should be given that there was political character in the Hazelton says this course aroused a de cided feeling of disapproval among gov ernment They did he care to be patronized as they understood the the visit of the fleet was an incident to its being in southern waters and was not intended as evidence of the position of the United States on the international questions in The minister referred to Ad miral Meades address as something more than an expression of the usual official courtesies and declares it con veyed the general impression that the United States sailors were there as on evidence of the political policy of the United It was stated at tho White House the action taken in tho case of Minister Hazelton would not be recalled and that Hazelton would not return to Venezuela as minister of the United It is stated authoritatively that the in tervention of Smalley will not avail anything in Hazel tons case and at the state department it was said Ad miral Meades charges were substant ated by the testimony of all the officers with the Kansas City Silver KANSAS May commit tee appointed recently to take steps for the organisation of a silver society made its report to a mass meeting of repre sentative The which was unanimously puts into ex istence the Kansas City Silver Its object is to be the promotion of the cause of free silver at a 16 to 1 charter members consist of many of the foremost local business men of both Fawn Trappers In Hot May ar rest of five men employed by a Chicago park association to capture fawns for exhibition has caused considerable ex citement near the Cheyenne reserva The federal officers claim deer have been captured on Indian This is strictly forbidden by The trappers had fawns in their possession and claimed they were captured in the Strip and old This is also a violation of Oklahoma The authorities have charge of the prisoners and if cleared they will be tried by local Their names are not Bland Given a Reception by May Womans league and clubs gave exCongressman Bland of Missouri a reception at the Brown Palace The decorations were most being of green and and all other colors were Bland was present with her husband and was accorded a large share of the Governor Mclntyre welcomed Bland on be half of the state and Mayor McMurray officiated in a like manner for the Reports Prom Thirty Towns Show the Front Damaged Early Vegetation and Small Inches of Snow Re ported In Virginia Suf Grape Crop JJ NEW May from many sections of the state indicate that Sunday nights frost did an immense amount of damage to the growing veg crops and Telegrams from Dunkirk state the entire grape crop of the Chautauqua grape belt was almost The loss is estimated at in this The Chautauqua grape belt extends through Erie westward It occupies a strip from six to eight miles in width along the southern shores of Lake The number of acres bearing grapes last year was This year acres would have been The vines were loaded with blossum and now from one end to the other the vine yards are nothing but blackened ruins and have the appearance of having been visited by There were oars loaded from the belt last At Dunkirk the thermometer fell to 25 de Every vine is Silver Creek last year shipped This place is remarkably well Everything is At Forestville every farmer has planted every available acre in grapes and the frost ruined every Other fruit suffered nearly as There will be no At where yearly 400 cars were this year will not have one basket of The thermometer fell to 4 de grees below At Westfield the vines are entirely out Some growers will plough up their vineyards and return to the old style of general generally known as the center of the Chautauqua grape belt is in Nothing is raised there but grapes and the frost out them all Jerry the millionaire grower and wine manufac says the loss in the belt by reason of the destruction of the grapes will reach at least His own loss he estimates at At Predonia nothing of the grape crop can be Besides the damage to the grape the injury to the cherry and other fruit trees is very It will be sonae days before accurate esti mates can be Bros To the People of Atlantic and Oass County Owing to the centralization of our business at Des we have decided to a Final Closing Out Sale At of the DRY GOODS and Boots and and therefore offer additional to our GOODS Our entire stock of West Virginia PITTSBURGH May from joints in western eastern Ohio and West Virginia show that the cold wave was general in these locali Below Freezing In May The heavy storm did a great deal of damage in this Snow fell and it is below Early fruit will all be Grape Crop Is May grape crop for this and surrounding towns is fully half frozen and the loss will reach at least i Must Salute Their NEW May all the letter carriers and collectors in the Brooklyn postoffice will have to salute in true military style the assistant postmaster and division super intendent when any of these dignitaries are met on the Judge Denied tho May the case of Charles Radcliffe against the Ohio Colorado Mining Judge Ricks denied the application for an injunction and discharged the temporary receiver appointed a few days TELEGRAPH NEWS LOSS WILL BE GREAT IN Cold Was Severe and Ice Formed In Sev eral DES May reports from 80 towns in Iowa show that the frost Sunday did unquestiona ble damage to early vegetation and small Estimates made by State Observer Sage show that in sev eral among them At Port Dodge and other towns in the central and eastern portions of the ice was formed in exposed In the northern and western portions of the state the damage was not so se vere because of high but in many eastern places early such as which are far advanced this were Corn inthe lowlands was out down to the Grapes which are in were completely killed in many Wheat was not mate rially but pats were damaged to a very great and peaches are so far advanced that it is thought the damage will not be se although many observers report that even these are Shoes and pi No Reserve AT COST Quarters Tho German roiohstag rejooted the whole of tho proposed tobacco tax Louis Pischitt was sentenced at Me to live yoars in prison for recently elected asses committed suicide by hanging at Osh Tho bodies of three men were found floating in the river Lawrence near Borol William Anderson stabbed John Lorton In a fight at and Lorton is not expected to Edmund Ntillnine has been made deputy insurance commissioner of tho state oi Tho Illinois Steel company started two blast furmiccs at the South Chicago works and four others urn in preparation to begin operations within two Four thousand and two immigrants were lauded nt Ellis Island for examina This is the number lauded In one day sincu Juno when stood inspection by the Sixteen Inches of GRAND May Western and northern Michigan was visited by a heavy snow storm and grave fears are felt for In the northern part of the state railroad traffic is badly At Man celona snow to the depth of 16 inches is reported at Hauton the same and at Traverse City 10 Redington re ports snow havinfi fallen all At Fennville it is a winter An Eighth of an Inch of May thermome ters in and about Pittsburg marked 80 There was a heavy frost and in many places an eighth of an inch of ice was Most of the early garden truck and small fruits were de Nearly all the apples on low ground are Reports over eastern and western Virginia indicate the frost was as severe there as We must make this sacrifice because our time is and will require all our attention to the Des Moines This Signal Closing Sale will commence at Everything must go regardless of Snow Storm In May snow storm destroyed numerous fruit trees in this The snow was so wet that it caused limbs of trees to break off and small trees were levelled to the Snow fell at Mani Chippewa Osh Pal myra and other places in nearlykevery section of the Chief Clerk Thoinon May chief clerk of the postoffloe de pa has Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Pair Highest Now is the Golden Opportunity to buy Goods Cheap Final Closing Out Sale at the Dry Goods and Boot and Shoe MOERSHELL   

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