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   Atlantic Weekly Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 8, 1893, Atlantic, Iowa                                THE WEEKLY MARCH VOLUME NUMBER General Harrison Warmly Re ceived by THE CITY GAILY A Pnbllb Reception Tendered Him at the State HousesHundreds Gather to Hear Him and Take Him by the March The city was gaily decorated in honor of the return home of General The day was clear and and great crowds assembled to welcome the dis tinguished citizens The busi ness buildings along the line of march from the station to the Dennison hotel Hrere festooned with and many of Harrisons pictures were Many organizations participated in the For the entire distance the streets were with a great crowd of people who constantly cheered as Harrison His welcome home was as warm as his godspeed to Washington was en thusiastic four years On arrival at the hotel the parade The expresident and his daughter arid grandchildren spent most of the after noon at Harrisons grave in Crown Hill In the evening a recep tion was tendered him by the at the capitol and so great was the crush that the capacity of the great structure was IP Addresses of welcome were made by Governor Mayor Sullivan and In General Harrison said General Harrisons Governor Fairbanks and Friends I do hot even if the were more favorable than now surround I could say more than the fewest words of Four years if the calen dar is I left you to assume high If I should con sult heart and mind I should say 10 years have elapsed since I bade goodbye to my Indianapolis Not the rising arid the setting of the but our experiences give the true sense of Knows No Other I come back to Indianapolis since I came to I have had no other Suggestions of an attractive sort were made to mane my home but it seemed to me that the only home for me was I am too old to make a new home not too I hope to renew those old associations that made this so dear a and to take within the circle of my affectionate regard the multitude of new faces that I see Great Has Been the This city has made a wonderful growth since I left I shall have to learn again the expansion and increase are everywhere and in this I rejoice with The state of Indiana has made corresponding Fac tories and hotels have greatly multi Our population has greatly in Wealth has been developed and 1 trust and that with this advancement along material there has been a corresponding increase and development of the heart and of the which alone can make a great The has bad its growth and Some new Hues of progress have been Had But One I will not speak to you of those duties which these years of absence have brought nor the manner of their I left you with but one and I return with oertaiuty thai I had no other motive in my heart than the honor of the the sacreduess of the and the prosperity of all our Not Ashamed of His I come to you again accompanied by a great sorrow but I your presence here gives me your unattended by any shame growing out of the discharge of public Add to your great kindness and to this great welcome which you have extended to the kindness of excusing me from attempting to speak to you I shall be glad to carry out the arrange ment of the committee and to take as many of you as I may by the hand and in these days and weeks that are to to meet you in my home and in your as opportunity may May God bless you After the address the expresident Bhook hands with hundreds of and it was at a late hour that he was driven to his Fighting For His NEW March What may be the final settlement in the famous battle of Carlyle Hanis to escape the penalty for the murder of his Potts of which crime he was took place in part three of the court of general Harris fate rests with Recorder He has been asked to grant a new trial and a regular fusilade of affidavits were fired at him by the district attorney on one side and William counsel for on the Miraculous March Friday uight Edward Aplund aiid John buried under tons of rock in the Winthrop mine aud were supposed to have been However the party which digging for their remainsfound tlie men alive and un Tlie mine Timber had fallen in fmch a way as to make a small chamber and a broken air pipe supplied them with fresh air from another part of the IN MINING 11 omcut In the Colorado j March Pandemonium reigned on the Colorado Exchange Monday Many a long day has passed since there was BC much excitement and so much wild en thnsiasm in the pit as was turned loose Cripple Creek was the stock that created tho and after which the general scramble was So in terue was the effort to get the stock that brokers fairly crushed one another tc reach the callers eye and secure tht blocks knocked Everybody had a hand in During the calls more than shares of stock changed hands at from 8i cents to 10 cents buyers 50 There was also considerable excitement in Anaconda all securing large amounts of the stock a 45 cents Another sensational feature was presented by IronSilver of which was offered at 60 cents Saturday and could not be secured at Mon The New York market showed an even greater advance on this owing to a court decision in relation to the The total sales on change were though the actual sales were in excess of KEKP OPT TEXAS ALL No Opposition to Cabinet Governor Crounse tlie Annual Quarantine March Crounst has issued the annual proclamation quarantining the south and southwest states on account of Texas fever in the The proclamation takes effect about fcO days earlier than last The district has been changed somewhat and includes all the territory south of the irregular line extending from Texas along the southern boundary of Rules and regulations governing shipment by raili oad compa nies remain the All cattle coin ing into the state in violation of the rules shall be held in quarantine at the risk and expense of the owner or con signor for 90 days or until they shall be otherwise disposed of according to This rule was made by the former because the state had no ap propriation to carry out the provisions of a QUIET AT English Alone Not Pleaded at the Coarse of March pro visional troops and United States marines are constantly on guard and everyone is ready to assemble at the call of there has been absolutely no excitement here since Minister Stevens took The English are not pleased at the course of but they content themselves with talk about The Jingo policy of Old Minister The Germans are heartily in sympathy with the Americans and they may be counted on to second the efforts of the provisional government for annexation or a There seems to be no sympathy for the exceptamong the small number of foreigners who de rived some advantage from their con nection with the The natives apparently care very little what turn affairs Their unconcern is one of the most striking features ot the situa A few have intelligence enough to know what the present upheaval but the great majority seem con tent to know that Americans are in for they have been tanght to look upon the United States as their best Attacked by March were sent to Serra Di Falco to preserve order during an election in progress The people of the town regarded the arrival of the troops as a threat and attacked the soldiers in the streets with stones and After three soldiers had been struck the commander gave the order to The troops first over the bezels of the but without frightening Two vol leys were fired into the Two men were instantly killed and many were The uninjured rioters fled without making any demonstration against the Restless March union men employed at the Worlds Fair grounds are becoming decidedly restless over the complications which have arisen from the strike of the electric which occurred about 10 days President of the building trades has been authorized to call a general strike unless the Worlds Fair authorities concede the demands of the striking The matter will be referred to the executive committee of the exposition on Wednes when it is thought the matter will be amicably Both President Higginbotham and Russell thiiik there will be no Source of the Congo March telegram re ceived from one of the Congo state ex peditions to Katanga says that it has discovered the point where the Lukugan the outlet of Lake joins the Lualaba This discovery gives the solution to an interesting geopraphical for the junction of these headwaters of the Congo is the beginning of the true The point of junction has never been though it has been vaguely indicated on maps on information given by Arab Child Fatally KANSAS March By the burn ing of the residence of James on East Twelth the little 4year old daughter of Miller was fatally Miller was also seriously Injured in trying to rescue the The fire was by explosion of a gasoline REPUBLICANS WILL SUBHENDEH A Cancui of Republican Not to Interfere In the Reorganization of the Gold Going to Washington March senate was in session for only 35 but within that brief period it received a message from the submitting forconfirrnation the names of the mem bers of his went into executive passed upon and confirmed each of the directed a notifica tion of its action to be communicated to the came again into open ses had a resolution offered by Call of Florida in reference to railroad lands in his state and the interference of railroad companies with senatorial elec tions and had a joint resolution intro duced by proposingan amendment to the The amendment proposed is to fix the time for the beginning and termination of the term of office of the president and vice president and congress at noon on April The change is to go into effect in 1887 and to continue Shermans joint resolution was laid on the at his he signify ing his intention to have it referred hereafter to the committee on privileges and RECOGNIZING THE and treasury offices during the week ending March ilrd was for the corresponding period of last The shipment of fractional silver coin of February was against for February of last and from the 1st to the A Deserted March house side of the usually the point of was almost deserted A quorum of visitors were but members were The committee rooms and clerks quarters were almost The few members and em ployes Who made their appearance re mained only long enough to pack their effects to send Speaker Crisp arrived and was soon at work in his committee disposing of a few pressing ma He was frequently inturrrjpted by members and employes of the who called to bid him Last of the Inauguration March to inauguration festivities was the illumination of the capitol building and Pennsylvania and the display of fireworks on the monument These were to have taken place Satur day but owing to the inclement weather were There were a dozen or more set figures in the chief of which were the following ieorge 40 by 40 feet in size Andrew equestrian statute of similar and There were two that created more than the usual amount of applause and enthu These were devices with the portraits of Harrison and Morton and Cleveland and the latter of which bore the motto Public office ia a public Republicans Will Not Interfere With the Senate Reorganization March Repub lican caucus was well attended and was presided over by Neither Stewart nor Peffer were pres although they were given to under stand that they would be The Republicans recognized the fact that they were in the and discussed the line of policy that should be pursued in the future This discus sion was in the most general and not directed at any one matter in There was no attempt to interfere with the reorganization of the senate by the the Republicans recog nizing that such action would result in nothing but antagonisms that would prove futile and decrease the work of a vigorous and alert In the case of of who was sworn the Republican mem bers of the committee on privileges and elections conferred with the Democratic members and came to the conclusion that Martin on the face Of his entitled to his The question of the legality of his certificates was a matter that could be opened at any and this agreement accounts for the absence of any protest against Martins performing the functions of a The Republicans at the caucus decided that the question whether Martins seat should or should not be was one that must be de cided by the Republicans of The committee has held its first meet Ing but will not report to the caucus until after it has conferred with the and received from them their assignment of members to the various The chairman of the committees under the last organiza tion will be given the ranking place in the minority RKFUSED A The Supreme Court Has Refused to Re open the Chicago Lake Front March Justice Feld has given directions to Clerk McKinney to enter a and to notily in the matter of the ap plication of the Illinois Central railroad for a rehearing of the celebrated Chicago lake front The matter was entirely informal and forms no part of the records of the The refusal to entertain a motion to retry the case is conclusive of the controversy and must end the possibility of it being reopened so far as concerns the main point in viz The title to the Chicago water though there will necessarily be further litigation over certain property now held by the rail road and alleged to project into the lake beyond the lawful The court also refused to rehear the cases in which the United States and the Southern Pacific Railroad company and the Colton Marble company are In these cases the court re cently decided against the railroads title under its land grant to an immense quantity of valuable lands in southern Indicted Miners Set March an opin ion delivered by Justice Blatchford for Chief Justice Fuller in the case of George Pettibone and other striking Coeur de Alene Miners in against the United the court decided in favor of the miners and directed that the indictment against them be These cases grew out of the riots at the Wardner The court there granted injtmctions restraining the strikers from interfering with the men and it is alleged that Pettitaone and others conspired to violate the laws of the United Tlie court holds that the indictment under which they were convicted on this charge is defect ive in that it was not shown that the men had knowledge of the order of the itis therefore directed that the men be Justice Brown and Brewer Silver March issue of silver dollars from the mints Putting On The treas ury department is in receipt of infor mation that about of gold is to be exported to This it is goes to Treas ury officials see in this renewed exporta tion of an effort the part of New I York bankers to force the incoming secretary of the treasury to define his The free gold in the treas ury is slightly in excess of Favorable to the March In the case of the city of Louis against the Westelrn Union Telegraph the suproiie court of the United in an opihion by Justice reversed the decision of the lower held to be a city ordinance exacting compensation from the company for tlie use ofJJstreets fortelegraph the chargbeing laid on each pole Will Prepare a Biography of March The an nouncement is publicly made by Gail Hamilton Miss Abigail Dodge with the cooperation of Elaines she is preparing a biography of the late James but cannot yet say when it will be completed and How the Senate March The appoint ment of Lee Mantle as United States senator by Governor Rickards of Mon tana makes the new senate stand 89 45 Popu Assistant Secretary of March Josiah of has accepted the position of assistant secretary of NO NEWS OB The White Star Line Freighter Given Up For NEW March The overdue Enoch steamer has She left Lireipool Her long passage was due to terrific storms and adverse Her officers report that they saw nothing of the The steamer which vessel also has been long has reached She brought no news of the The arrival of the Enoch and Italy without tidings of the White Star freighter was a sad blow to the hopes of the White Star line agents They had on account of the delay of the steamer reaching that they had fallen in with the Naronic and were towing her to New Shipping men have all but given up hope of ever hearing of the Naronic The only possible chance for they is that she has drifted to the southward far out of the radius of regular ocean Should the vessel have done she will only be heard from through some sailing vessel or a slow tramp Prevented a March In the lower house a reconsideration of the antigarnbling bill was but Speaker Waggoner refused to put the On appeal a motion prevailed voting Waggoner out of the but he refused to and said there were not enough men in the house to make him step prevented the and the bill was signed by the The measure makes any kind gambling a and even prohibits progressive euchre parties where prizes are BATTLE March The largest and most successful general con ference ever held by the Seventh Day Adventists has closed its thirteenth The final business included the qualification of 70 ministers and the licensing of Foreign lauds will claim most of these The church at was pro vided with a and a state to be located at Mount will fit students for graduation in u NEW GOODS SPRING TUST RECEIVED the largest stock of SPRING FURNISHING and Caps ever shown here THE NOVELTIES op THE SEASON We can show a complete line of the LATEST and POPULAR STYLES for YOUNG MEN in all the new shades and Also the latest things out in CHILDRENS which we shall make a specialty of this We guarrantee our PRICES to be THE LOWEST and shall continue to make them as popular as they were the past All goods warranted as and money refunded in all cases where purchasers not Please call Strictly One NICHOLS OLD POST OFFICE TELEGRAPHIC j The senatorial contest in Washington remains Wheat exports from San Francisco for j the week ending March Public and parochial schools at Sturgeon are closed on account of dipli I I Evangelist Murphy is conducting a re vival at Me has made 300 had Us first ihy Hun day in 10 Every saloon of tiio 32 in the town was closed Dorsey of who fell from a train between Panola and his is in a critical Herbert MaKruder of shot Slaughter on Thurs was admitted to bail in John Toincriin oi Station shot and mortally wounded a Tomerlin was Charles Kelley hits left his wife and children and is in Chi cause is assigned for the Governor has issued procla mation quarantining certain districts against Texas It goes into effect March Judge has taken the oath of j office and will sign the commissions of his colleagues as soon as they take the scribed i Stephen Ellis of was run over by an electric car at crusk lower liulljs one which has been Linn Campbell shot and probably fatally wounded Fred McMathers at Broad Hip near The iuarrel was over a trivial Moore of New a graduate of Yale in the class of has accepted a position as professor iu Greek at Dartmouth Henry proprietor of the La I will commence the j publication of a Democratic daily to be called The Evening a farmer of a few miles below discov ered a 3foot ledge of coal a It is feet below the The Chicago and Northwestern Railroad is surveying a line from Ida via to a junction with the Sioux City and Pacific at Sargents Melvin Miller of has instituted a suit against the Peoria and Western Railroad com pany for the alleged killing of her hus band at George Glick of de nies the report that he is a candidate for land He says Don Dickinson is urging John Irish of Califor nia for the The governor of the Now York Stock Exchange has suspended Isulor Woruiser and the former for 10days and the latter for i50 for fighting on the floor of the The formal transfer of the Hopkins sion on Knob San to he State university has been The house is to be used as an art school and was the gift of Edward The case of Marion Hedgepeth will come up iu the circuit court at Hedgepeth is charged with being the leader of the gang which plundered an Adains express car on the Frisco road last Silas a wealthy citissen of Kal gave to the Unita rian society for tlie erection of a new An additional was sub scribed and a lot will be purchased at Detective Will Smith and Deputy Sheriff George captured Frank Gibson and Ellerton the young men who robbed the railroad The men resisted arrest and Gib son was shot and Colonel grandmaster of the Orangemen and member of parliament for North and William nearly came to blows in the lobby of the house of commons over the home rule It is reported Snun derson has challenged Redmond to a duel on the Throe Ifundrid families March 300 families have been renderel homeless and destitute in two districts of Lauder dale county by Fridays Re ports from the farming districts are coining iu slowly and reveal a distress ing state of more of the injured at have making the total death list so far is Negotiations March negotiations between Emperor William and the Duke of Cumberland have been The Duke of Cumberland will retain the Guelph museum and the valuable library connected with the celebrated Heren hausen stud of white horses and the gardens at Hauovewill be kept as here tofore by the duke for the benefit of the Will Kemove March troops have arrived and will begin the work clearing the atrip of A large number of cattle have been located in the western but scouts returning report that thereare no boomers upon the All is quiet and no trouble is Goes March has gone Republican for the first time iu three Seth Repub was elected Will Adjourn March Kansas legis lature will adjourn sine die Thursday Governor Lewelling will call a special session about April A Sau Francisco SAN March South San Franeisoo Glove Stock factory of Frederick Anderson has over   

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