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   Atlantic Weekly Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 12, 1893, Atlantic, Iowa                                THE WEEKLY VOLUME APRIL NUMBER Condition of Cereals as Shown by April DISCUSSING LABOR The Boundary Line Between and Illinois to Be llules For Olilneae Registration Carlisle Hakes TwA April April report of statistician of the Depart ment of Agriculture makes the average condition of winter wheat on the first of April against last and that of rye The averages of the principal wheat states are 87 74 S 73 76 The average of these six states is against 77 in It is 68 in New 87 in 89 in 87 in Vir ginia the southern states ranging from 83 in Tennessee to 100 in The Pacific states show a favorable con dition with the exception of where too much rain is Seeding was late in the Ohio and Mis sissippi valleys because of widely prev alent causing a poor condi tion of the soil and retarding germina and in some cases wholly ing the as in where the reports show a total failure over consid erable In the southern and Pacific seeding con ditions were The plant en tered winter in the main wheat produc ing states in a low state of caused by persistent drought and early cold with the exception of Cal where excessive rains produced a similar Damage from Hessian fly is noted in parts of the states of Indiana and Snow covering has been general throughout the middle and northwestern but notwithstanding the reports show much abatement from the benefits of the pro tection thus because of the ex cessive cold of the winter and high the alternate thawing and freez ing in the latter end of the month of February and through The April bulletin will contain a re port of the conditions of live stock at the close of winter and an estimate of the Morton declined to discuss the merits of the crop report and in reference to the inter pretation put upon his telegram to President Hamill of the Chicago board of said I cannot snare time to correct The crop re port has been It is an honest at tempt to approximate the SENATORIAL The Recent Court Decisions Affecting Labor April recent decision of Judges Taft and Hicks in and Speer in in relation to the rights and duties of railroad em came up in the senate in con nection with a resolution instructing the committee on interstate commerce to Inquire into that and other subjects and quite a long and interesting debate which had not closed when the senate The remarks of Sen ators Gorman of Maryland and Voor hees of as to the effect of those decisions being to convert railrood em ployes into serfs and galley were criticised by Platt Conn as intemperate and as merely to excite the passions of the laboring A resolution for a committee to wait on the president and inform him that the senate is ready to adjourn sine was offered and agreed to without ques but subsequently a motion to re consider was made by Hoar and entered to be called up here Boars reason for moving to reconsider was understood to be his de if to force the senate to take action in the way of in vestigating Senator Roach of North Da Resolutions t6 investigate Roachs case and that of Power of were offered by Senators Hoar Chandler and went over without In pursuance of the same pur Hoar successfully resisted a motion to proceed to executive Will Mark the Boundary April Justice Fuller today modified the order of the supreme court of the United States of March 9 in the original case involving the designation of the boundary line be tween the states of Iowa and By the terms of the order of the date named the commissioners were directed to mark the line at each of the nine bridges spanning the Mississippi river at points within the limits of the two in accordance with the decision of the court announced several months It was shown to the court that no appropriation yet exists for carrying out the order of March and a modifica tion was asked which would permit the commissioners to mark the boundary line at KeokukHamilton where an emergency existed for prompt and to continue the work at the other eight bridges as soon as This petition was Mollified Some of the April 11 sioner Mason has issued a supplemental circular regarding Chinese registration conforming to changes made by Secre tary Carlisle on The chauges Mb made omit the filing of photographs when registering and require only one witness instead of two as to the right to The treasury as far as have not as yet been in formed that the Chinese intend to regis JHk gt the feature to accompany registrations in tended to relieve the prejudice of the but an official of the treasury who is intimately associated with the execution of the law says that the Chinese are against the law and do not intend to the Lower April The United States appealed to the supreme from the judgment of the circuit for in a case involving the pos session of about acres of land in patented to the Union Pacific Railroad hut the supreme court of the United States says the judgment of the lower court was right and that the was entitled to the Temporary April O Lewis of Wisconsin has been temporarij ly appointed confidential clerk to commissioner of the general land vice It is understood j that Commissioner Lamoreanxs son will ultimately be given this Cause For April Hoke Smith has given notice to the lav clerks and other high grade employes oJ the interior that an expres sion of opinion to an as to the probable solution of any question pend ing before the will be deemed sufficient cause for Carlisles Private April Secretarj Carlisle has appointed Herman Var editor of the his private Vansenden is10 years of age and a na tive of and was appointed on the recommendation of Congressman Appointed Supervising April Secretarj Carlisle has appointed Jeremiah ORonrke of supervising architect of the vice Will Soon Be April Smith expects the delegation recently appointed by the Cherokee council to represent that nation in the matter of carrying into effect the provisions of the Indian appropriation to arrive in Washington within the next few COWARDLY Thomas Bassett Has His Skull Crushed and His House April day morning about 8 the house of Thomas near South Vine was discovered on fire by neigh bors and when they arrived at the scene they found Bassett lying on the ground near the burning building with his skull crushed Bassett was one of the witnesses in the case of James who was found dead under suspicious circumstances The case is very At 8 oclock in the morning Bassett became conscious and made a short He said that at 4 oclock in the morning he found himself lying on the floor of his bed which was filled with The house was one story and he crawled with difficulty to the window and got This was all he was able to say and he again became The house was burned to the and in the ruins was found a jack knife covered with which has been turned over to the Members of the Italian family who formerly lived with who was found dead on it is visited Bassett War rants have been issued for their Great excitement Identified the April few days ago the body of an unknown man was found on the plains near Tyrone and buried on the Sunday the coroner went and taking up the re mains brought them to this From letters found on the body it is pretty certain that it is that of John a former employe of the Santa who was mixed up in the recent and who disappeared at the time of the numerous He is thought to have become and in at tempting to get out of the country per ished from cold and Hackay In San SAN April John Mackay returned to San Francisco Monday after an absence of W She was accompanied by her two John and Mackay stepped out of his room in the Palace hotel for the first time in 41 days and took a walk around the He was also out for a short time His appearance would not indicate in the least such a pro longed Press Club NEW April Press club to be held in Grand Central next to the Grand Central in is attracting great The school under the direction of the board of representing over 00 separate exhibits of the handi work of the children of the public will be one of the greatest school exhibits ever shown in the This is only one feature of the great Workmen Who Struck Return to ACKNOWLEDGED THEIR The Question at Issue Settled Over Two Years Agreement Drawn Up and Result of tbe Nothing SAN April 11 funeral of the late bishop of William Ingraham took place from Grace church Monday The re mains of the aged prelate were tempo rarily interred in a vault in Lairel Hill Ten From April were ten deaths from cholera at Lorient April strike inaug urated at the Worlds Fair grounds Monday morning was amicably settled at night at a meeting of the council of administration with the executive com mittee of the building trades The whole trouble is settled as far as the exposition company is but there several contrac tors on the ground who must sign agreement before their men will return to There are men who will not return to work on this A committee will be at work early endeav oring to get these contractors to sign the agreement which will put these men at and enable the great en terprise to be pushed to an early com Admitted Their The session of the two committees was a long and both sides of the trouble were Director ot Works Burnham proved to President of the building trades that the building trades had agreed when work on the fair was that union and nonunion men should work together without It was this question of hiring nonunion men that was the real cause of President Russell finally ac knowledged that in this one particular the building trades were in Signed an The document was then drawn up by George and was signed by the executive committee of the building The strike was then declared and President Russell promised that the men would return to work as if nothing had Delegates will be stationed the grounds to in struct the men to go but not to allow the men working for those con tractors who have not signed the new scale to resume The meeting broke up in a very friendly the delegates shaking hands with President Higginbotham and Director of Works Remit of the The net result of the strike was the loss of one days work to the the securing of free tickets for walking dele gates and 24 hours loss of time in com pleting the fair at a time when every minute is It is virtually a backdown on the part of the labor were compelled to admit that the question of employing nonunion men was settled finally twc years Four thousand five hundred workmen obeyed the orders of the building trades council to strike and about ignored the The Santa Fe There has been no change in affairs in relation to the Santa Fe strike since the men walked out Sat urday The number first re norted was too large Of the 600 strik ers who went oat about 200 returned to work Monday The men are very quiet and orderly and have stayed away from the shops since they quit Several meetings of the strikers were held but no definite action was decided The men were in structed not to talk about the strike and they are carefully obeying All indications point to an early settlement of the as the men realize that they cannot hope to win against the fairness of the companys proposition to give them tne schedule of wages de All Hands April of the hands excepttwo failed to appear for work in the Santa Fe Word was received here at Saturday after ordering the men but all kept their places until the usual quitting 5 and then went quietly home but refused to resume work Mon day Hodcarriers April hun dred and fifty hodcarriers and bricklay ers assistants went on a strike Monday for SJ8J cents an hour for brick men and 80 cents for mortar They were getting 25 and 28J cents an hour respec Arrested Charged With April few nights ago a Rock Is land one of the imported who took the place of a discharged belonging to the of Railway at the time hav ing trouble with the Atlantic and Pa cific railroad was found near a log house his skull his right ear nearly cut off and both eyes Investigation showed that he had been assaulted and thrown from the second story of the Rawaon and one both railway were arrested charged with the assault to await the result of the mans injuries which will doubtless orove THE April from Logan to Duncan Holllnger Another active and excited wheat market to July opening all way from 77 to 77 and May at May sold tin to 87K closed at Future value of July depends a great deal on the condition of the growing The present condition Is lowest since 1885 that was 76 this year Is In May condition was 70 In June Git in July It we are to have a repeti tion of 1886 wheat is at a low Independent of our heavy Visible Supply ot couse an Improve ment In conditions will change the Meantime we think the buying on weak spots has been a good buyer of both May and The selling was done by the Cabals are steady on the advance of Corn has been The selling has been done principally by May closed May Oats closed This cereal is weak owing to seasonable Heavy receipts hogs caused the decline in prevision MERIT CORN OATS 84tf 43 43 41 42 86M 42 40K SX 42 May Sept May SHOUT May OAK 165 Cash S3 40K LIVE April 1893 Receipts estimated today market Hogs bidding lOc I Quotations i estimated today market steady estimated today market CITY i April each day at K VJavS I CATTLE AND RutciiV oo Fat 00 6 25 4 00 GUOCBBIBS AND Corn 60 20 12 Butter 15 Sugar 17 to 20 100 15 nA i 00 I Coal i 125 20 1 26O175 Lost We have lost two promissory One for dated ana due May This note id payable I to our order and is signed by Can The other is payable to our order and signed by Sylvester We do not know the dates or amount of this It is the only note he has given LEVERINO dalOwall i the Mosher is in the city and will re main here until the 20th of April and will be pleased to see all his old patients and as many new ones as may choose to call on Consultation dalowll si The Judge April Davis was by Judge to be for the murder of his wife at in The judge was overcome with emotion upon uttfQgg The Conditions Out of Upon a April situation here is growing ont of the as sault of Frost last Wednes day John a was arrested Sunday and taken before Frost and she identified him as her He claimed that he could prove an alibi and the crowd gave him the benefit of the An investiga tion was conducted by the county at and four witnesses gave positive testimony that Hudson was six miles out of the city all of the night the crime was One of these witnesses was the man Hudson worked The still maintains that Hudson is the She was prompt in her recognition and insists that there is no possibility of a The situation is growing more embar A large number sympathize with the woman and believe that she could not fail to recognize her Great fear is expressed that those who believe Frosts story will lynch The colored people are taking the part of the prisoner and will resist any attempt to lynch All day a crowd has surrounded the jail while ex cited groups have thronged the when seen by a reporter at the stated positively that the evi dence in behalf of Hudsons innocence did not shake her belief that he is She realizes the importance of her de cision and makes it The on the other are favor ably known and their testimony is diffi cult to set A special train from Abilene brought a mob of 200 to Salina Sunday night to break open the but the guaids suc ceeded in driving the mob Shot a April number of tramps who were in a box car near the Bock Island crossing became involved in a One of John drew a revolver and fired at the emptying his revolver One man was shot in the stomach and another in the OBrien was ar Prices Tell the Story Our pushing meth ods of merchandising have proven a We want you to know what we are We Make Prices that Talk It is not for one but every the Our low prices on reliable Clothing are bringing in new patrons every Your interest demands that you test our No time like the Try it this Our handsome line of FASHIONABLE SPRING SUITS seems to captivate almost every There is a reason for this We aim to place before the people the most desirable tasty effect and stylish and for these we ask even less than the typical handme downs which have been palmed off on the public for almost a score of We wish to impress upon you the fact that our CHILDRENS and BOYSCLOTHING is the LQW EST in considering quality and price and we dont take a back seat for Come in and compare Strictly One Price All goods marked in plain figures Money refunded in all cases where pur chase is not EL ONE 4O7 Chestnut HOTEL 292 63d mayl to PER Situated opposite Woodlawu Illinois Central and on Chicago Elevated Railway ana Street ar Two blocks from entrance to Worlds Fair Building just erected and interior newly Strictly FirstClass in every re References by permission Metro politan National Bank Scott The ChangH of This is a historic day in the conduct of the Atlantic post Chas Ever itt the retiring postmaster has made an official record which must excite the admiration of any The patrons of this office cover a large territory out side the and everybody knows that the city patronage is Among all these people the name of Charlie Ev eritt is a synonym lor personal popu larity aud official He thus re tires from tbe office in which he has I worked a dozen years and in which he has mastered the details of postal mat ters so far as we know without an ene The new postmaster Charles has earned the place with heavy For years his paper has been the cohesive element of bis party in this county and he is fast coming into stale recogizauce as a leading and aggresive We bespeak for Chase a successful administration of the office anc a graceful retirement from the same in four years from We understand the employes will not be changed at Sampson has been re employed as superintendent of tbe city THE TELEGRAPH is highly pleased to publish this Hot a jar has come between the board and Sampson He will maintain and pro mote excellent name of our city Has Cone To Omaha And The facts concerning the disappear ance of Bee Croudj are coming to light and bur whereabouts remain no longer a One Grey who has been iu the city for some time past and who stole the affections of Miss Goudy was seen to go east with two trunks Saturday afternoon and it is supposed that he met Miss Goudy out in the country where she has been hiding for several days and they drove to Wiota and took No 1 bound west Sun day morning passing through this city and going to They were tracked to Omaha and from there they are The couple will probably be married and thus the great mystery is ended Wedding the residence of the brides mother Monday evening April Miss Agnes Dawson to Miss Dawson is one of the best known and highly accomplished young ladies of our city and will make a mo del Cristy is well known to most of our readers as a thorough going business as a member of the firm of Yetzer and now also one of the proprietors and mana gers of the Park the leading hotel of the This young couple start out on lifes journey under auspi cious circumstances and we wish them unalloyed Carters George a man of few words but lots of has put up one of the nobbiest little cottages iu   

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