Atlantic Weekly Telegraph, February 22, 1893

Atlantic Weekly Telegraph

February 22, 1893

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Atlantic Weekly Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 22, 1893, Atlantic, Iowa THE WEEKLY FEBRUARY VOLUME NUMBER The Hawaiian Treaty Is Re ported On NEARLY A UNANIMOUS VOTE Jfewmui Falls to Interview Secretary Thuratone I ply to Jnekaonc Sue ana Senate is expected that the Hawaiian annexation treaty which was favorably reported to the senate by the unanimous vote of the committee on foreign relations except that of Gray will be considered at an executive session of the senate to he held NenmaBu and Foster Fall to When Paul the queena called at the state department on was informed that Secretary Foster would see him immediately upon his return from Fos ter expected to reach the city in the af ter noon but was detained by late trains until after 0 He had fixed the hour for the appointment with Neumann last Thursday morning at 7 But Neumann failed to ap although the secretary waited an hour for him and fearing that he might have mistaken the time or pos sibly been he sent his sec retary to the hotel to notify Neu mann that he was waiting to receive But Neumamn was not at his hotel BO the interview was pot The following is the substance of a statement made by Thurston of the Hawaiian heretofore as Princess purports to have ad dressed a note to the American which has been published in the The note in question sets forth that at the request of then Ha waiian I was sent away to England to be educated and fitted for the position by the of I was to The only criticism that I desire to make upon this statement is that First did not at any either directly or request that the lady in question be sent to or any to be or for any other as cabinet minister nor in any other official capacity nor in have I ever had anything to do with the education or lady went to England about At that time she was not heir to the and had no standing under the constitution of Kalakaua was then and the ex Queen hid was by law the By Kalakauaa death she came to the throne in She then had the power to nominate her successor subject to the ratification of the house of which was done This was the ear liest date at which Kaiulani had any standing under the constitution as heir to the As a matter of the young ladys father is a British subject her is the British consul at Honolulu and his business is her business agent and has control of her in The young lady was sent to England by her father against a strong feeling in Honolulu that it would be best that she be educated in the United As to the intimation that ton is now in Washington trying to take away my flag and throne regardless of the fact that the only way in which she can come to the throne is by usurping the position and dispossessing her I would say that Thurston and his fellow commissioners are acting only as the mouthpieces of thousands of their fellow citizens who have been reluctantly forced to their present action in self pro Until very recently there have been no more radical opponents of an nexation on the islands than the Ha waiian born children of the American residents They took an interest in the affairs of the country beyond that of the natives themselves and only the inexorable logic of events has forced them to action now Judge f Harrison will send in a successor to Judge Jackson on the circuit This end the story that the confirm ation of Jackson was secured through an understanding that the vacancy should be left open for the President Harrison will probably name Walter a wellknown Kentucky Evans was at one time commissioner of internal and has held other positions of He is sftiu to be an able The Democrats say they wont confirm his but they said the same of It IB presumed that Judsre Gresham wiU not resign from he bench in time for President Harrison to name his suc That will be left for Cleve Senators Vilas and it is will press the claims of Judge Jenkins of to succeed Gresham on the circuit SANTO DOMINGO Native Fear tlie United States Have De llgns Agalnut Their minister of the colonies has received a dispatch from Bodriquez captain general of stating that great popular ex citement prevails in Santo Domingo in fnsequence of the concession of the with an accompanying grant land to an American Gen feral the president of Santo is fiercely denounced by the people and there is every sign of a revo lution being A Spanish war vessel has left Cuba for Santo Domingo to protect Spanish interests in the re The excitement among the people OH Santo Domingo is based on the appre hension that the concession to the syndi catp is but a prelude to an attempt by States upon Dominican in The telegram from Cap tain General Aricio hints at an inter ference by the United States in Domi nican The minister of the col onies has sent a cable dispatch to the captain general asking for specific in formation as to any action by the Unit ed States in the Upon the re ply to this telegram will depend wheth er the Spanish government will send a protest to Washington against any course on the part of the United States that intrenches or menaces the independence of Santo Bloody Battle at rebels forced an entrance to Wazen on Wednesday for the purpose of looting the When all were within the walls the citizens closed the gates and attempted to anni hilate the attacking The streets were scenes of horrible carnage for four Hundreds were Natives Killing Bach Other advices from Cape on the Liberian state that the fends of the natives at Bocktpwn culminated on 26 in a battle in which 40 natives were killed and 200 were As the mails hostilities were Not Satisfied with the Bedmond Parnellite says that the financial clauses of the home rule bill are still less satisfactory to the Parnellites than Gladstones Sealers to Bn Paid for supplementary civil service estimates contain an item of for the compensation of Ber ing sea sealers for losses due to the delay in arranging a modus vivendi in PASSED TWO MONEY The House Disposes of the Naval and Ag ricultural against the New York and the New Jer sey bridge bill proved It was led by Stone and both of but they were never able to muster more than seven men to their and the bill was passed practically without opposi After the disposition of two pri vate bills the naval and agricultural ap propriation bills were called up under suspension of the rules and Senator in some remarks which he made in the senate in opposi tion to appropriations for public build spoke of the serious and alarming condition which confronted the and expressed the belief that only the borders of the trouble had been and said that extraordinary action would have to be taken by the treasury depart ment or else congress would have to re assemble before next July to meet the His warning did not prevent the senate from agreeing to all the amendments that were making appropriations lor or increasing the lim its of the cost of public The only and nay vote was taken upon them showed all the Republican in the and all the Democratic sen except in the The sundry civil appropriation bill occu pied the attention pf the senate through out the whole President Royer Elie Le Boyer has resigned the presidency of the senate on account of failing Le Boyer was born at Switzer June Cabinet Owing to the failure of the cortes to approve the financial schemes of the the cabinet has A NEW The Entrance of the Kansas and Texas Into Kansas KANSAS Kansas Booneville and a new line of railroad incorporated in Jefferson City last week will be built soon and may be the means of effecting a long desired entrance of the Kan sas and Texas into Kansas The road has its origin with the stockholders of tbe Independence Air with which it will connect at Surveyors began to lay out the road last Saturday and as soon as their plans have been submitted and agreed the work of construction will and it will be pushed as rapidly as possible un til the line is completed from Inde pendence to a distance of about ninety almost due Booneville it will connect with the Kansas and by that connection the short est line between Louis and The Cabinet Cleveland has not yet completed his He drove to the railroad station and had a talk with Will second vice president of the Cen tral railroad of New Jersey trans The plans for Cleve lands journey to Washington and the day of departure from Lakewood are not yet Odds on the NEW book was opened here on the coming The odds posted are as follows Fitz 7 to 11 to 10 God 1 to 4 5 to 2 4 to 5 to ft The Reading Railroad Com pany in a Receivers FAILED TO MEET ExSenator Thomns Platt Action Because of a Default in Interest on Trouble fooes Not Affect the Lehigh Valley affairs of the Philadelphia and Beading Bail road company were brought into court late Monday All day there were rumors on the street that receivers were to be About oclock Attorney John Johnson and Lawyer Thomas made their appearance and were closeted for a long tune with Judge Dallas in A few minutes past 4 oclock the an nouncement was made that Judge Dallas had made the The proceedings were brought by exSenator Thomas Platt of New a holder of third preference bonds against the Philadelphia and Beading the Philadelphia and Beading Coal and Iron company and the Pennsylvania company for insurances on lives and granting annuities of this The re ceivers appointed are Archibald Mo the president of the company Chief Justice Edward of the supreme and Elisha expresident of the Lehigh Valley Rail road Judge Paxson at once sent in his resignation as chief justice to the su preme court of Pennsylvania to Gov ernor The security of each receiver was filed at for which they are to enter their own Goorge Crawford was appointed A similar it was is to be filed at Will Continue the The directors of the Lehigh Valley railroad met and discussed the situa No definite action was taken but it is understood that they have con sented to the Beading as the lease and that it is the in tention that the BeadingLehigh Valley combination shall continue as hereto It is possible in the event of the Bead ing defaulting in the payment of the rental of the Lehigh Valley that the lease may be The business of the Beading com panies will go on as the accounts for wages and supplies being the first payments that are provided for under a The Effect In news of the heavy sales of Beading in Wall street did not reach Capel court until the the movement in American securities showed that a scare was on in New Heavy selling orders re ceived by brokers from holders of Bead ing were executed immediately after the opening and had at once a depress ing effect upon all American railway Beading dropped three points and Northern Pacific two Other American railroads fluctuated constantly and dropped on the average about a point The fall of the Beading firsts for the day was five points four and a half points of Northern Pacific four of other American threefourths to one and a The settlement will begin on Dealers state that the account for a rise is compara tively otherwise serious difficul ties would be NATIONAL ELECTRIC Important Matters to Be Considered at the Coining Louis great deal of interest is manifested in the coming convention of the National Electric as which meets here con tinuing in session three Matters of great interest to the public and the electric world will be and the attendance will probably be larger than at any convention heretofore One important matter is the complicated incandescent system and the perfecting of arrangements for holding a meeting at Chicago during the Worlds Elaborate preparations are being made for the entertainment of visiting dele gates by the local Electric Large delegations are expected from New and other leading Eno NEW the absconding president of the Second National who has been a fugitive in Canada since has returned to this city and surrendered He appeared before Commissioner Shields and was released in The trial was fixed by CommissionShields for the next term of the United States criminal which begins the second week in Aeaiost Cigarette LITTLE crusade against cigarette smoking has spread to A majority of the legislature voted bill prohib iting the sale or giving a way ofcigar ettes within the and making the offense a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of not less than or more than Will Not be stakeholder in the Mrto Blan of this will not accept the position if he is obliged to go to Canada to receive the and telegraphed both fighters to that Provided he shall not have to go far from Bos ton to get the he will GENERAK BEAURBOARD Death of Man Who Led the Bom baidment of NfcVr Beauregard died Monday night of leart Pierre Gustavo Toutant Beauregard was born in New Orleans Ho graduated from West Point in 1688 aud s assigned to the corps of Be served in the Mexican war and was wounded and twice Be was promoted to a captain of engi neers an 1853 and was for five days January superintendent of toe United States military academy at West He resigned February joined the confederates and began the civil war by the bombardment of Fort April He was in actual command of the southern troops at Bull July where the federals experienced a defeat for this service he was made a full the highest From the summer of until spring of he de fended Charleston and its outworks whenbesiegecl by General At the close of the war he was second in command in the army of Joseph Johnston in North Since the termination of the war he has resided in Louisiana he became president of the New Jackson and Mississippi railroad and ror a number of years was one of the managers of the Louisiana itate lottery and was also adjutant gen eral of For some time past the general has been ailing with the but recently lie ininroved greatly and Sunday was up and He dined with his fam ily at 6 oclock Monday evening and tired at 9 At that time he was apparently all but before 10 oclock the crisis and he died before med ical assistance could be The Funeral will take place Wednesday at V jclock from the family residence on Esplanade ADVENTIST Good Reports Made of Work Accom plished the Past BATTLE the Adventist general conference reports of the work done in the various districts were made by the District 2 has lately been organ and the southeastern southern The report showed good success in ministerial labors and urged the education of colored men to work among the millions of their The report from the Sixth which includes showed that three schools had been established in that Jtate for the education of the They are all prosperous and are the means of converting many Tho National Religious Liberty asso ciation held a Reports were presented from nearly every state and from Africa and The society is on a sound financial basis aud has distributed besides many millions of The American Senti the organ of the The association adjourned until BICYCLERS League of American Wheelmen In Session in consti tutional convention of the League of American Wheelmen met Al though a great deal of time was the day was not barren of as the constitutional convention was done away with and all matters coming be fore it heretofore will henceforth be transacted by the national The pesent officers were reelected for the ensuing year and the way cleared for the consideration of the amateur racing question and the admission of ne groes to membership in the League of American which are the two principal questions to be acted According to the report of the secre tary the league now numbers again of members in the last Last year there were 619 women members and this year there are The total income of the league to February was and the expenses of the secretarys office have been The total receipts from membership last year were and the gain to date was Attached the LITTLE cellor Carroll lias denied the application of the ThomsonHouston Electric com pany of Chicago for the appointment of a receiver of the city electric street rail way The ThomsonHouston company then took out two writs of at tachments against the cityelectrb street railway The amount of the first one was and the second The writs were placed in the hands of the who served them and took charge of the A Steam Barge steam barge which sank off Block island during the was owned by the Philadelphia and Beading Coal com and was bound from this port for with a cargo of tons of The barge was commanded by Joseph and had an engi neer and a deck hand besides the The three men were The barge was almost and was valued at about There is no CuniionBall Train to The Kansas and Texas railway will put on a cannonball train between and It will shorten the time between these two cities by several Two Thieves Hal stein and John two horse resisted arrest by passe in Ai ken near but were both Dubose was probably fatally Both men are THE SCHEME DIDNT An Attempt to Rob a Train on the Rio has just been received of an attempt to rob a train on the narrow gauge road be tween Alamosa and Villa Grove a few nights On the evening in question the engineer of a stock while pa ing Bound noticed a number 01 masked men with guns near the They were acting suspiciously and when the stock train reached the engineer wired back to the conductor of the passenger train to be on the lookout for The men in the postal ser vice and the train crew were at once put on their guard and the doors tightly When Round Hill was reached the train went through with a The robbers had become alarmed at the delay in the train and made their es Detectives are at work on the Fraud has undoubtedly proven a costly fraud to Illinois persons has been County Becorder Parks by mail From a deed and aVstract from Roberts a piece of land in this The consideration of the deed was and fictitious names were used in filling the One other such deed has been located at It is thought the swin dlers stole some blanks from an abstract office in this and are using them on confiding investors in Illinois and in parts of Died at the home of his Jessie of on Sat urday he was born in Miami He was united in matrimony to Delilah Lucas To them have been born nine five of whom have preceded him to the heavenly as also the mother who died July He removed to ndiana in 1840 where he lived until the fall of when he was brought to Cass where he might te cared for by his daughter and her fortyfive years he lived a faithful and consistent member of the United Brethren Waiting for years through much which ripened him for glory and weaned him from this until he could sayof a truth Yonders my my portion My treasures and my heart are Aud my abiding His remains were removed to Indi ana for after a short funeral service largely attended at Crans tons Another Worthy Couple at the residence of the brides February Tru man Davis and Miss Nellie Evans Miss Westfall is one of Cass countys suc cessful school having taught in the county several Davis is one of Cass countjs enterprising young They commence wedded life with bright THE TELE GRAPH knows both these worthy peo ple and sbies both slippers after them with right good They will pros Then the firmly anchored re publican of was in town Weaver is feeling firstrate over political prospects and says that he dont know a single all his country but is satisfied to give dem ocratic doctrine a trial in order to dem onstrate their Weaver sajs that he never knew a time when the farmer made money easier than right now under republican Let the democrats tear up these pass their own in exact accord with their platform and then see Attorney Charles Mackenzie formerly of has recently gone to Des He has been retained by the Milwaukee aud Paul railroad as their Mackenzie is a man of unbending honor and stands very high in the THE TEL EGRAPH augurs a career of success and usefulness for him in the capital of our state and a more than state wide repu tation as a lawyer and a Walker the James the school secretary of say that Walker has been teaching in his town ship two months without a The Professor wants his pay and the board can not pay him without that Walker has a great time of it in this stiffnecked old Hawes Public Haws will sell at auction seventyfive tones of hay and 800 bushels of seed He advertises a lot of farm a big herd of cattle and ten Mr Hawes lives four miles southwest of Atlantic on the Lewis road and his sale will be March beginning at 10 Gaylord is the Not Henry Shaffer is an old man but he not let himself get He says all the changes from the time that he cut Scotch Fife with a sickle to the time that he sat on his self binder and cut fifteen acres a day are for the bet They make it easier to get a The Institute We shall publish the Farmers Insti tute papers just as fast as we can find room for They are valuable reading and will not get stale with a few weeks Parties wanting extra and we have orders for lots of would do well to order Snugly Frank Limpus is feeding four car loads of cattle on his Turkey creek He has most of his land in past ure and meadow and generally has a big lot of bullocks in his feed He has over seventy hogs in his pens and is fixed for the hog business most Raw the populist of says that Byron Bead had a cyphering match in his school the other evening and afforded the people lota of amuse ment and Ed says that he has husked seventeen acres of corn in the snow and cold this work Rhoad of Charles of Cumberland came to town Saturday and like a wise man formed the acquaintance of THE He reports everything quiet in the sometimes turbulent township of Come again Felt John Jamison was in town Saturday supporting avery broad A TELE GicAPii man was about to enquire if John had struck a silver lead or sold a but it was the next thing to He had sold a bunch of Clover over west of was in town Saturday and tells us that he sold seven bushels of clover seed at a Allen did not in tend to cut the crop for seed but in the later part of the season it began to fill and then did so well that he cut it and made good As a rule the crop did not till well last Caylords Gaylord recently sold two cars of cattle and had some good steers one went He has just put two cars more in his yards and will feed them for the June and fall Gaylord says he is all through feeding poor He can stable seventyfive head and thinks the feeders will make some money this A good Apply at residence of George tf Never Say John who lives west of has had a very hard run of He has lost six good Still John keeps his pluck and never says He got a good deal of that grit in the One Good Man In Locke writes us a warm heart ed letter from his Texas THE TELEGRAPH can assure the Texans that Al Lock is a true man and a gentle Three Ellery Fred Seaman and Harry three tip top boys and three sturdy young dropped into THE TELEGRAPH office For Salel A seven room on Poplar street between Tenth and Eleventh Inquire 1310 South Chestnut di23wtl A Youngr Louie Hawes is doing lots of his fathers business and the young man expedites the affairs of the estate right up to the For At a bargain my new cottage resi dence two five east df21wml 1309 S Loner We publish Bigelows paper read to the Cass County Farmers in other The paper is very long but will pay for For Sale A nice baby a good cook six handsome dining room and other df24 Corner Sixth and Short We want letters and lots of them but they must be half a col umn is dead Malte them Public I will sell at public auction March a large part of my personal wm2 In our of puts his annual subscription in our A new feature at the Occidental Ho tel is all those who patronize the Louse for meals or lodging will have free stable and feed for their Please call at the office for We do this for the benefit of those who come to our house and hope they will be COLLINS Love rules the camp the But this find whereer we That SOZODONS alone supposes The dazzling teeth and ruby That lend a maiden half the charms That win her to her lovers Winfield the shirt man from Des will be in Atlantic soon with the choicest line of ever shown in the ;