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Atlantic Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 16, 1905, Atlantic, Iowa Established 1879 OASS MONDAY OOTOBEK CZAR AND MIKADO OFFICIALLY END WAR IN FAR ROOSEVELT IS NOTIFIED FIRST THE OPEN SEASON FOR PEACE BIRDS HAS ENDED IN Emperor Nicholas Cables President That He Has Affixed His Signature to of Treaty Is Published In peace treaty Russia went Into effect The text of the treaty was published this ratifi cation of the treaty of peace Is form ally announced In the Official Mes which says that its operation began The text of the treaty is not As a graceful mark of appreciation of the part he took in bringing about the conference at Portsmouth and the resultant President Roose velt was the first person to be notified by the Russian government that Em peror Nicholas had ratified the As soon as the emperors signature had been affixed to the instrument and before the treaty been brought back from Peterhof for the counter eignature of Foreign Minister Lams dorf the news was sent directly to the Official notification to the French government followed two hours when Count Lamsdorf had com pleted the ratification by Ms The government took no steps to make known to the people of Russia the fact that the emperor had signed the before the receipt of the official notification that the Instru ment had been ratified by the ture of the emperor of the first news therefore was communicat ed through the Associated Press dis patch from As soon as the treaty had been fully the foreign office communi cated the fact to the navy and other and thence orders were issued to bring home some of the ships interned In neutral The date for the exchange of prison ers of war has not yet been RED FLAGS IIUL PETERSBURG Demonstrations on Large Scale Take Place In Russian the first time since the advent of Tre poff as head of the government of demonstrations on S large scale took place the occasion being the removal of the body of Prince Troubetsky to Stu workmen and spectators gath ered by thousands in the streets and demonstrators with red flags paraded boldly through the Nevsky the citys main The crowds and the processions several times charged and dis persed by mounted but fortu nately with no grave The most serious Injuries are those sustained by two who were slashed with Firearms were not employed by the gendarmes or military and though the first collision was provoked by a shot from the and a few cases of stoning oc the crowds manifested no in clination to resist the police and The students are exasperated over the attacks by the police and the ar rest of several members of a coalition committee chosen by a student meet ing 26 and a renewal of the dis orders is not The seri ous feature of the situation is that a Btrike of printers has been declared on political which Is to last for a period of three but it may be continued longer In case of repres sive measures or A few of the leading daily newspapers hope to be able to issue a single giving telegraphic but the others will publication The em ployes of several factories are ready to follow the lead of the and the authorities are fully alive to the danger that the strike may become Declines Leather Al len of this city has declined to accept the presidency of the Central Leather recently formed in New Jer sey to take over the property of the United States Leather The salary of the president would have been at least a but he was unwilling to shoulder the manage ment of so large a Hungry Spaniards Rob farm made desperate by the existing invaded the maritet place at fortyeight miles from seized the entire stock of food and destroyed the market and threw the town into a The au thorities hastily applied for military Uprisings in Korea Not Hayashl Bays that the uprisings in Korea are not the Irregular mobs being without He delcared that the peninsula is now practically a depend ency of DARROW KILLS HIS SONS WIFE AND CAUSE OF SHOOTING NOT KNOWN Couple Had Registered at a Sioux City Hotel as Man and Wife and Were Driving to the Station When Crime Was Sioux driving in a hack from a hotel to a railway station aged shot and killed his sons Lillian Dar aged and then shot himself In exactly the same the right both dying The hack driver upon hearing the first and without stopping to started for the police In two or three minutes he heard a second When the police station was both occupants of the sitting up right on opposite were found to be The cause of the murder and sui cide has not Dar row and the woman came to the Ar cade hotel in this city a week registering as Darrow and They started for the Milwau kee station ostensibly to take a train for Sioux the home of Dar rows the murdered formerly was Miss Lillian a school teacher near Sioux Five years ago she was mar to Darrow and they re moved to Belle Letters were found on the dead womans person from her in dicating that they had had but protesting undying love for and expressing despair and saying the writer was dying of a broken The dead woman had no Darrows home was at He was a promoter of the Hid den Spanish Mining company of that His wife lived with a married daughter at Sioux Members of the family had long suspected that the relations between Darrow and his sons wife were remain at her home under strong guard until she is well enough to be taken to Tragedy Makes Many Riley shot and killed his at their home in Girard ave and then shot and killed The tragedy is the result of a series of quarrels between the whose wives were and who lived in adjoining Both men leave large Paulsgrove Convicted of charged with the murder of Miss Mary his sweet a school teacher in Andrew last was convicted of murder in the first de The jury had been out forty eight Yellow Fever New the first time since the fever started in this city the number of new cases reported is below with three The reports from the country were very most of them insisting in the statement that there were no new Army Man Wins richest Miss Ada has been won by Captain Pierre Drouillard of the United States and announce ment was made that the wedding has been set for DOUBLEHEADER FREIGHT ON IOWA CENTRAL STRIKES COW LYING ON TRACK HANCOCK ACCUSED OF MURDER Nephew of General Charged With Causing Death of Young Scott forty three years a nephew of the late General Winfield Scott was arrested at Hy charged with the mur der of Emma a young white employed as a domestic in the Hancock who died as the result of a criminal A warrant has been issued for the ar rest of Amanda a sister of for complicity in the Datto AM on the with his followers in the province of has taken the aggressive and is kill Ing many Moros friendly to the gov AH has informed dattos who are assisting the federal troops to effect his capture that he is now prepared to meet and kill Troops are now taking the field for a vigorous aided by friendly who are being armed by the Cuts Throat of Her Des Scarcely an hour after the birth of her Miss Mamie Teager of this city cut the throat of her baby and thrust the body Into the bottom of her She broke down and confessed the crime to the doctor who was summoned to attend She has been allowed to Both Engines and Eleven Cars Go Into and Fireman of Each Locomotive and One Brake man Lose Their train men were killed at when a heavy doubleheader freight eastbound on the Iowa Central rail ran into cattle on the track at a speed of twenty miles an Both locomotives and eleven freight cars loaded with grain and lumber were piled in a heap beside the The dead George engi neer Harry engineer Har ry fireman fire man All the men killed resided in Oska loosa except whose home was In The engineers lived several hours after the wreck oc but the other three men were killed A cow was lying on the ties between the She was hidden from view by other cattle standing about At the sound of the whistle of the ap proaching train the standing cattle scampered but the forward loco motive struck the lying The an imal was crushed under the wheels of the pilot truck and rolled along the ties for 100 The cows blood made the rails slippery and pieces of bone threw the front loco motive from the The derailed locomotive pitched down an embank drawing the second locomotive into the where the two ma chines piled crushing the engi neers and Car after car crashed itself onto the hot mass of metHi and the wreckage caught fire from the live coals of the locomotive fire The conductor and rear with persons who lived near the hastily took the mangled bodies of the trainmen from the Brakeman Morgan was driven into the earth beneath the end of a Fireman Briley was found but apparently beside the tan gled steel of the Engi neer Summers was caught in the cab of his locomotive and cooked by steam and water from the He lived several although large pieces of cooked flesh fell from the BRICK DERAILSJROLLEY CAR Thirteen Persons Injured In Accident on Detroit Street people were none of them when a Trumbull avenue car struck a brick that had been placed on the rails and jumped the The when It left the ran 100 feet on the pavement and then crashed into a It was well filled with passengers and they were thrown Into a heap to the It is thought that the brick was placed on the track by mischievous Patrolman Plies and James Me were the most seriously Motorman William Baumgartner was severely Five Chicago Firemen firemen were slightly injured and property valued at was destroyed by a fire that demolished the fivestory brick building at 75 and 77 Lake occupied by Kap prick wholesale dealers in paints and wall The fire is supposed to have started from spon taneous combustion and several ex plosions of oil and varnish The five firemen were injured by fall ing glass and flying splinters caused by the Panic in the the races at the county fair were on the grandstand was discovered to be on A panic followed the first an The spectators in tha grandstand rushing from the soon blocked the children and men leaped over the front of the upon the twelve feet many were in jured by the Those who left the grandstand last were badly as the big pine building went like Colorado Mining Man Killed in Colvin a mining man connected with the Juanagiato Consolidated com and a recent arrival from Colo was instantly killed by a prema ture explosion of dynamite in the De La Sierra No others were killed or The damage to the mine will not be Ijryan In Bryan and his who arrived at Yoko hama will spend two weeks In They will make a visit of five days to Tokio and Marquis president of the privy and mucous sweeten Host gargle fnrpicn minister tore Hood Count the roreign if Mude by Hood Its Jnvlte Mr Bryan to a Calumet Baking Powder Perfect In Moderate In HAVING REMOVED My Dressmaking Parlors to my I am prepared to do sewing either at home or oy the Satisfaction OWEN 8O5 LOCUST Doctor Convicted of a physician of was convicted of He shot and killed William a mail car in a quarrel over same neighbor hood Lutherans Discuss work in cities was the theme dis cussed at the session Of the general council of the Evangelical Lutheran church of North The gen eral council went on record as favor Ing a uniform national law on the question of marriage and A recommendation was made that Luth eranministers should not marry per sons who have been divorced on a charge of adultery or wilfull deser They officiate in cases where the innocent party is con Printers Out in FiftyThree bulletin is sued by the of the Interna tional Typographical union says that agreements have been reached be tween 240 local unions and employers whereby an eighthour day has been or is to be established At the close of the fifth week of the strike men are still out in fiftythree although it is stated that only a few men are out in a number of In more 300 cities and towns printers are working on contracts which will expire on 1 or Hyde to Face New Hazen Hyde has finally decided to face the insurance Through his personal Samuel Unter it was announced that Hyde would be here in the next day or prepared to accept a subpoena from the legislative He is expected in the city not later than Hyde has been visit ing friends In and near Boston re Dyspeplets discomforts of indigestion coated or Catarrlets mucous sweeten Host gargle Quickly relieve Sour and nil other discomforts of indigestion find Sugar coated or Druggists or by Give instant relief In uaturrh ulliiy heal Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought OPERA HOUSE I 6NIGHTS6 COMMENCING IS The Jordan Dramatic In a repertoire of this years comedy High class singing and dancing specialties at every Rich costumes and special scenery for each Monday night they will pre sent the four act comedy if entitled f In a Womans I Power PRICES 10 and 20 Reserved Ladies Free tno opening night if accom panied by an escort with one paid 80 cent Seats on sale GROCERIES Why not call your attention to a subject of such vital interest you and your family Now to be honest with one Freshness and Reliability COUNT for much in a grocery stock we have all of SOS RELIABLE What That the best dressers are will ing to hold up their right hands and swear that they never exper ienced full satisfac tion with their clothes until they commenced buy ing Why not have the best You know quality and we know you do thats the reason are anxious for you to exam ine our great stock HAND TAILORED CLOTHING We Kit the Body Please tlie Elye and Suit ttie IPurse The Atlantic Clothiers
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