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   Atlantic Weekly Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 17, 1893, Atlantic, Iowa                                E t WEEKLY VOLUME MAY NUMBER Egypts UniqueDisplay at the FROM THE TEAR State FreM Aasoclatlong Visit the Expo Directors Have Decided to All Departments the Public on WORLDS FAIR May fac simile of an Egyptian temple of the eighteenth and nineteenth containing faosimiles of the 10 most famous phara ohs and other famous in cluding Barneses Thotmes a fac simile of the tomb of and a tomb of or the sacred were opened on the Midway Plaisance Mon At one end of the near the waa a decorated platform on ENTRANCE TO GERMAN IL which sat half a dozen museums of both playing doleful strains on native On the floor of the temple at each side of the nrasicans like their native two priests holding wands surmounted with emblems of Ms and Down the center of the temple was arranged a cheerful exhibit of royal mummies in American Will Open all The local directory of the Columbian exposition have decided to open the fair on Sundays in all This decision has been arrived at in view of the extraordinary pressure brought to bear upon them by the who de mand the absolute freedom of the great State Press The press associations of North Da Texas and Florida visited the fair There was no routine laid out after the various as sociations reached the and they were soon scattered through the various buildings seeing the Arrested a Captain De chief of gate inspectors and Gatekeeper of the Worlds were arrested and released in 500 bond by United States Commissioner The arrest grows out of the attempt of the fair people to compel government officers to pay The charge was interfering with a revenue Vaid The paid admissions at the Worlds fair Monday were Ask Executive May have been sent to Attorney General invoking the aid of the national executive to prevent Sunday opening of the Worlds by the Evangelical Alli ance and John Wilers general sec retary of the Christian Endeavor NEW May officers of the American Sabbath which claims to represent twenty millions of have telegraphed to Presi dent Cleveland requesting him to take steps to prevent the proposed opening of the Worlds fair on Appointed May Hennessey of this city received notice from Car dinal Gibbons of Rome that Dubuqne had been advanced to an archiepisco and that he had been appointed His jurisdiction will in clude the states of Nebraska and but he will be located in this city as in the Father Hennessey was chosen bishop of Dubuque about Jeffersons NEW May Joseph Jeffer son the has been suffering for three weeks from a glandular in conscience of which he has been con fined to his Sunday Charles assisted by Charles performed an operation which has been Jeffersons health is most recruited and his friends hope that in a short time he will be able to resume his loux City and Northern May the directors meeting of the Sioux City and Northern railroad Garretson was elected Wright vice president a Oakley secretary and liuilding and Loan Association May Permanent Building and Loan association of this city has suspended The New South Wales government has proclaimed notes legal CO Oil ADO RATE WAR Differences Between the Atohison and Bio Grande Satisfactorily May Colorado rate war is Locafcrates in the state and those to southern points will be ad vanced as soon as such action can be legally The details of the plan almost completed Saturday were fur discussed and all points between the Atchison and the Denver and Bio Grande were satisfactorily The main points are that the 63 miles of track between Grand Junction and Car rent owned jointly by the two shall hereafter be operated by on an ownership of 50 per cent each of the stock the old passenger pool has been revived on mutually satisfac tory each line to run as many passenger trains as it sees This fight was the keynote to the whole west ern and notices were sent out late Monday afternoon for a meeting which may settle all existing The meeting will be to consider the formation of a trans missouri or the extension of the jurisdiction of the Western Passen ger association to cover transmissouri V All Were May several days a small yacht has been seen laying off Lake five miles south of and Sunday a boat was sent out to The yacht was water logged and the body of a man was dis covered tied to the The yacht from this city with four men on all their names are Charles Peter John John It was Lar sons body that was lashed to the The bodies of the other three men have not been The party started for Chicago to sell the but got no farther than Lake The boat was minus its jib and was dangerous to A Source of Reading May Isaac who under the regime of Mc Leod was the foreign representative of the Beading Railroad company and after the appointments of receivers of the made an examination of the companys books in the interest of the will make public re sult of his examination of the Boston and Maine and New New Eng land stock In summing up the report Rice says that the loss to the company on the Boston and Maine transaction will be over and on the New Tork and New England a total of f consider ing the collateral used as obligations of company now Propeller WEST May propeller Everett sunk at 2 oclock Monday morning about two miles this side of Two The vessel sprung a leak in some unaccountable manner and went down before any thing could be done to save A tug and several divers have been put at work on the but so far have done but little toward locating hen The Everett has made this port for several years past and was built at Cleveland in In May annual eon vention of the Order of Railway Tele graphers of America opened here Mon About 250 delegates have arrived and more are The conven tion opened with an address of welcome by Mayor and an address by the chief of the order in After this the convention went into secret Thursday evening a speed contest will be The convention will continue until Wants Its Affairs wound May Ferry filed a bill in the supreme court asking that a receiver be appointed for the Chi cago Wire and Spring and that its affairs be wound The com plainant states that the corporaion has a paid up capital stock of The bill alleges that the liabilities of the company now greatly exceed its that of indebtedness in notes and accounts hang over the Lynch Law In May mob of iOO men at forced the sheriff to give up the keys to the jail and took John who murdered Conductor at from his cell and hanged him in the jail A German May telegram from the German consul at Cape Town says that Captain Francis stormed Horan on Apiil On the German side of Sakol and three men were The natives lost 80 killed and 100 Another Dakota Sioux May Twiggs of for eight years judge of the state supreme md prominent in has secured a divorce from Lucy Forbidden by the May government has prohibited the holding of the great so ialist and labor demonstration which agitators planned to make in Palermo on May Handed In His May director of the bureau of Ameri republics tendered his in answer to a request made by the preaij tbut ou Saturday i The Geary Act Is Constitu tional SO SATS THE SUPREME Justice Brewer the Only Dlssitnting Yet Made foi Deporting the Will He on the May snpreme through Justice sustained the decision of the New York courts in favor of the constitutionality of the Geary exclusion Justice Brewer The supreme after the an nouncement of denied a mo tion for rehearing made by Attorney Hubley and the decision stands as No Orders Yet May orders had been issued at the treasury department at the close of business Monday as to the deporting of Chinese under the Geary The instructions under which col lectors of internal revenue and United States marshals are now operating di rect them to make no arrests of unregis tered Chinamen until further These orders may be given after the next cabinet meeting or deferred for a longer What It Will Conservative estimates place the amount necessary to deport the unregis tered Chinese at The sug gestion is made in official circles here that Chinese unregistered may now go to the courts and be allowed to register and remain in this country if they estab lish clearly to the satisfaction of the judgexthat from unavoidable causes they have been unable to procure or if they prove that they were residents of the United States at the time of the passage of the At the Chinese lega tion the Chinese minister courteously declined to express any opinion upon the decision the or to give any in timation as to the course his government may deem proper to Deplores the counsellor to the Chinese said that the contest against the law would doubtless be re ferred to congress when it meats in the Under present conditions it will be impossible for the officials to execute the law there is practic ally no money with which to carry its provisions into It was an un fortunate and deplorable condition of he which threatened the existence of peaceful and peacable rela tions of China and the United and left hundreds of natives in each in the territory of the practically hostages for each Satisfaction on the Golden SAN May The de cision of the United States snpreme affirming the constitutionality of the Geary has been received with great satisfaction throughout the Pacific Among the Chinese in this city the news spread like and in a very short time crowds of Chinese could be seen assembled on the different discussing the matter among Many merchants were and those who had complied with the law ap peared to be very Little red posters in Chinese characters were being distributed through which informed the men who had placed faith in the Chinese Six Companies that they had been and that the United States government would be no longer trifled At the Chinese consuls residence the viceconsul was seen and said after be ing questioned We can do nothing but obey the ruling of the We expected A favorable decision and are We think no attempt will be made to put the law into immediate ef because of the great expense of deporting the for which there is no appropriation and the damage it would do farmers and the No surprise was expressed in the of fices of the internal revenue collector and the collector of the They were pleased with the but would await instructions from It would cost to deport the and no such sum was available for the MAT CAUSE of a Vessel With American Clearance Paper In Colombian NEW May cargo ol the Norwegian steamer Antonio Zam which she took on at Philadelphia on carried to the United of and finally brought bad to New was entered at the cus torn house Monday by the vessels loca The ship sailed for South Americ with clearance papers for Baranquilla on the Magdaleha but not finding the stream navigable to that an effort to land her cargo at port Co miles to the Thi she was not allowed to do by the author ities and after having lost he captain and four of the crew by drown and the first mate having been ar rested and she slipped her cable and left the scene of difficulty without Serious trouble ma grow out of the and th federal authorities are said to be wait ing for more definite data than they now before bringing the matter as an official complaint to the notice of the South American whose officers gave the ship so much Thai she is a Norwegian vessel makes no dif ference in this as she was under American FIGHT BETWEEN LEARN WHERE by May Car lisle Monday made the following ap pointments Eggerman of to be chief of division in the sixth au ditors To be superintendent of construction of public at The resig nation of chiefs of divisions were called for as follows of the bureau of and the follow ing in the sixth auditors office Rockwell of New Giles Smith of and Benbank of New Receiver For a Street Railway Siotrx May the appli cation of one of the stock Judge Gaynor appointed James Peavey receiver of the Sioux City Street Railway Peavey la the president of the railway company and is given full possession so that its business may proceed without inter CltUeni of Two Mining Towns Igngsigi In A Battle For May News of i bloody fight at the little mining town of this reached here Benwood are rival mining and have frequent ly had bloody wars over arguments ol Saturday night a dance was given in Shearers hall at Benwood and a crowd of about 25 Cardonia men came down with the avowed intention of breaking it A fight in which about ftO persons The women were driven from the hal and for an hour the air was filled with balls and A halt was called until the injured of both sides could be carried when the fight was renewed with increased The police attempted to stop the fight and were roughly No less than 30 persons were cut and a number of them Cardonia announces another dance for Wednesday when the fight will be No arrests have been Opened the May The defense be gan unloading its guns in the impeach ment trial but the session was Knapp and past and present superintendants of the asy lum for the knew of no frauds in furnishing of supplies and could not see how the board of public lands and buildings was reasonably expected to be better Furthermore they doubt ed if there were frauds of any magni Attorneys for the defense called attention to the reports of superintend ents of state institutions showing them to be economically The state objected to the reports going in as evidence and the court took the matter under Grain Elevator TERRE May Shortly before midnight Monday night the Hud nuts Riverside elevator was discovered on A and then a general alarm was turned in and six streams were soon playing on the big building containing bushels of In less than an hour the elevator was burned to the A strong wind blew the flames into the mill adjoin ing and only heroic work saved The loss will be largely covered by Diablo Won the Brooklyn NEW May a deep and oppressive the aged son of Eolns aud Grace won the ricn Brooklyn handicap at Graves end in the presence of the went to the post carrying a ton of was sec and Leonawell The win ners time was made fractionally as follows 51 three mile and a quarter Killed in a Mine May An explosion of coal gas occurred in the mines of the Lincoln Coal company at Sunday Michael Pearson was caught under the falling mass of coal and in stantly He leaves a widow and three Theinjured are Joseph skull fractured Henry Wilmoth and Mark badly cut and Several others received slight Judge Duboaes May The evi dence in the trial of Judge Dubose Mon day was in substantiation of the Lyle Bryan testified to the im proper proposal made to her by the judge in his Metcalf a testified to the rejection of jurors by Judge Dubose because they had failed to in other ReKlected Old May The womans missionary union auxiliary to the South ern Baptist convention reelected presi Miss Heck corresponding Miss Annie Armstrong recording Ellis May The deputies rejected by a vote of 260 to 289 Joseph bill to create a ministry of WE ARE THE PEOPLE WHO QUOTE THE LOWEST TO SPEND YOUR MONEY To the best Learn where you can supply your wants most Satisfactorily and Our Croat Suit Sale A lesson in teaching the people who live and shop in Atlantic that they can find HERE at all times the best of every thing at our MONEY SAVING we have and SELL what we That as nowhere can you find what you SAVE MONEY Our Story in buy the best ALL WOOL SUIT in single or doublebreasted They are all new cut in the latest well five distinct patterns to select For we also offer a strictly all wool Scotch double breasted and it is a world For we sell you a substantial all wool For a good working suit of hair line The reason for selling them at the above prices is the season is backward arid we have too many on A great cut all around on Childrens 2piece Knee Pants Come in at your earliest Strictly One All goods marked in plain The Model One 407 CHESTNUT NEWS The Infanta Eulalia has sailed from Havana for New Lorenz Dennis of aged had both legs cut off by a and died soon John the California mil with his wife and two are visiting the Worlds William 70 years of was caught beueath a heavy log at and crushed to The old Baptist church at has been bought by the and will be remodeled into a A Wisconsin justice of the pence has got himself into a peculiar position by as suming the powers of the United States John 40 years of while laid down on a railroad track near Joliet to and an early morning train killed The statement that the Cordage receiv ers statement shows assets of is denied by Receiver who says the statement has not yet been John Kearney and Frank Hughes were arrested at Louis for destroying the work of Gunning of They are said to be employed by a rival The committee Investigating Iowa state prison affairs at Fort have coin dieted their The result will not be known till the report is made to the gov John wife of the well known Baptist now in died in at the home of her early Monday from injuries re ceived late Saturday bythebreak ng down of a folding Tke jury at acquitted Walter Price of and found piilty John Wallace of both of whom charged with killing Frank Arthur at the Moultrie county fair last Final payment of the indemnity awarded Baltimore sailors has been made at Hare Island navy as follows Mc Her man and George The naval hydrographic office is pre paring a fine chart of Chicago riving all of the details of the established in con leotion with the which will be urniihed to the public at cost about caats per Minneapolis Bank May Farmers and Merchants State bank has sus Its paid up capital is May Wolverton ias resigned his office as lordinwaiting n consequence of his disagreement with be government on the home rule Eastern May Car eastern managers for the North western Guaranty and Loan company of made a nwwal Aimtid at the May minister of jus tice is preparing a bill thai will prevent priests from meddling with politics at This is supposed to be the governments answer to recent reports that the Vatican would try to move the Catholics to more determined opposition to the quirinal at the next general elec Objnoted to Longer May hundred oper atives in the Overland cotton mills of this city quit work because of an order from the proprietors increasing the hours of work from 60 to 8B per Many of the operatives are ranging from 8 years The average of wages is per A Denver Banker May the wellknown banker and business has made an assignment to James He places his assets at and his liabilities Mygattg assets consist chiefly of real estate iu and about 15ASE Mondays Philadelphia Bat and DuryeaMeek in and Stein and McNabbMcMahon and 4 Hutchinson and Gastright and 10 Gleason ami Dwyer and Murphy 8 New Nichols and Crane and Reduced Oue Centa May directors of the whisky trust in session here have de cided to reduce the price of whisky l cent a The question of the issue will coiue up lAf artiAf SALESMEN to repre sent us in the sale of onr well known hardy and choice stock for the North and Local or Work every day in the Special inducements to Stock Good pay week Apply stating and obtain good NURSERY Is here by given that the following Corpor ation has been formed towit The Ma sonic Temple Association of with its principal place for transacting at for the purpose of raising buying land and erecting buildings tor Masonic and other The capital stock authorized is Forty Thousand to be paid in as called by the Board of The corporation is to begin ou the 31st day of Janu and continue for twenty years there Its affairs are to be managed oy a board of six directors to be chosen by the stockholders at their annual The highest amount of indebtedness to which the corporation may subject itself is two thirds of its entire capital stock and the private property of the stock holders is to be exempt from corporate wui24 BAILEY XT   

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