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   Atlantic Weekly Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 24, 1893, Atlantic, Iowa                                THE 1 j M Rotoris WEEKLY MAY VOLUME NUMBER n imir The Whisky Trust Proposes to A CASE WILL BE Interview With President The Government Not an Interoatml of Between the Trent and the May a confer ence at the whisky trust between representatives of the fivems tilleries which have withdrawn from the Distillers and Cattle Feeders com pany and the officials and lawyers of the latter corporation it was decided to sub mit an agreed case covering the points in dispute to a local judge for settle The case will come up before either Judge Shaw or Judge Worthing The date has not been decided President Greenhut was seen and Bpoke as follows I have not much to Bay on this The five houses claim that the leases are We bave not paid any rent to them for almost a But there was to have been a revaluation made at the end of five That revaluation has not been made yet and that is the reason we have not paid any rent for almost a The houses will be run as The matter will be tried in the local courts and may go If the ulti mate decision is in our favor the houses be run by and for the trust if for the independence of the houses it will go against We think we will We propose to close the houses June The opposition say that they will run We will The litigation will make no difference to the The fact of the matter is that our com pany owns the buildings and We lease the grounds of the several We do not dispute that nor do we dispute that rent is due But the amount we cannot and will no determine until a revaluation of the property is That is all I care to eay at this Regarding the withdrawal of dis tilleries from the whisky it is inti mated that if the management attempts to bring an the court will bold in pari that where both parties are in the the court will not help and throw the case out of it is will satisfy the WoolnerFrancis Eastern Schwabacher as it is in possession of the with drawn distilleries and does not want the courts to assist anyone in taking the property This was the it is that the supreme court took in the case of a Nebraska distillery which the trust bad leased and the lessors refuseu to give The court maintained both sides were in the wrong and threw the case Woolnern May a member of one of the firms which an nounced its withdrawal from the whisky was at the Grand Pacific hotel When asked the al disruption of the trust he said I do not know what action the direc tors of the cattlefeeding company will with reference to the nor do I We are out of it and our affairs cannot be interferred with by the nor can a receiver control our property if one is appointed for the I believe that the consolida tion of the distillery interests is once and for all time broken How it will affect the stock I neither know nor We would not have pulled out had not the law proceedings been The whole matter has come about in the most unprecedented way not even at the recent directors meeting here was there a word said about Conl Miners Strike In May promise negotiations having failed to settle the Kansas coal President of the Fourteenth District United Mine Workers of com prising the states of Kansas and Mis and including a membership of j placed the southeastern Kansas district under control of the law and or der The fight is now on to be fought to an with its will be called out within two and the Indian nation miners have signified their willingness to walk out when called Wholesale May bold and wholesale robbery is reported from Montague An es tablishment carrying merchandise was closed by attachment Sun day night the store was burglarized and the entire stock was stolen and carried away on pack A posse of citi zens started on the trail of the robbers and tracked the mules into the Indian where the train was divided into four each taking a different Will Present the Czara May Russian minister in a message from Washington to Francis Reeves asks that gentle man and Colonel Rudolph Blankenburg to meet him on the Russian flagship Dimitri Donsko at this port next Saturday morning at 11 when he will present tnein with souve nirs in of the FAIIl Sereral New Exhibits Opened for In spection Monday WORLDS FAIB May pavilion was opened to the public Monday afternoon witha Bud dhist ceremony in conformity with the religions customs of her majestys colo nial AJBrahamin or acted as master of ceremonies and performed a variety of strange antics in front of ugly The merchant who are the only retail tradesmen to have a building of their own at the opened their pavilion The building is Ionic in and the interior is de PATENT OFFICE DISPLAY GOVERNMENT voted to social as well as exhibition pur The people were disappointed in not hearing the free orchestral and band concerts as but they were re warded for staying in the grounds by the first performance of Sousas new marine The Danisn salons in the Fine Arts building were opened to the public and attracted an admiring throng or lovers of The exhibition is a small but well selected thoroughly repre sentative of the best Danish At Monday in the hall of Columbus of the Art insti and following close upon the heels of last weeks symposium of womans rights and the worlds congress of journalists was formally opened with an address of welcome by Charles president of the worlds con gress A Husbands Fatal BOOK May Robert wife of a well known publisher of The TriCity an met a sudden and sensational death at an early hour Sunday She had been at tacked by cramps and her in attempting to relieve mistook a strychnine for one of morphine and did not discover the error until the dose had A phy sician was hastily but the lady went into spasms and died shortly after The jury in the coro ners inquest exonerated the husband froiu all but the states attorney was present and took the To Bnlld a Railroad by Populist mass meeting washeld at Oberlin to boom the projected government railroad from the north line of North Dakota to the Gulf of Governor Lewelling has appointed a headed by Congressman Jerry to repre sent Kansas in the interstate convention at Lincoln next Congressman Simpson says a plan has been evolved which will insure the construction of the north and south line by popular sub the intention being eventually to turn it over to the states through which it will Booth Will Go to Narraeansett NEW May Edwin Booth will probably leave New York City on June 1 for Narragansett where his daughter and and have a His physician thinks the dangerous symptoms of his illness have to a great and that he will be able to undertake the Battle on the SAN May federal authorities have received news of a battle which took place on the Mexican side of the Rio Grqnde a a few miles north of Presidio between Mexican who were attempting to smuggle stolen horses across the and the Mexican Forest Fires in LITTLE May reached here of a disastrous fire raging in the woods at about ten miles from here on the main Hue of the Northern who had a large stock farm about five miles from burned The fire is now raging in all A Tricky May man named agent for a sewing machine has been arrested at Ashland for swindling the company by selling the machines to fictitious persons and collecting the Tile Stock to Be Sioux May have been about completed for the sale of the entire stock of the Sioux City Dry Goods who made an assignment at the time of the crash Action of the Presbyterian ITS VOICE IS VERY If the Fair Is Opended Sunday the Church Exhibit Will Ue Third Sunday In June a Day of Special May Thomas Bracken of conducted the de votional exercises at the opening of the second weeks session of the Presbyter ian general assembly Monday Moderator Craig opened the assembly af The committee on Sabbath obser vance submitted their annual The effort to secure the opening of the Worlds fair on Sunday was closing with the statement of the vote in congress against The report recommended the adoption of resolutions of regret at the death of Colonel aa an expression of gratitude for his services in his effort to secure national sanction for the Worlds fair Sunday declaring that any attempt hereafter to open the gates on Sunday would be a gross affront to Christian conscience and flag rant breach of faith that in view of the action of the local directory favoring the opening of the grounds the importance of urging on the people to stand by conscience at whatever sacrifice of personal profit or It is ap it is pointed out that now is a good time for the formation of associa tions to protect the weekly day of The report recommends the distribution of Sabbath literature at the Worlds When the order of bills and overtures was reached there was a short and sharp over the matter of the reference of the overtures in the Briggs There was considerable misunderstand ing and much confusion for a but in the end all the Briggs overtures were referred to the judiciary The report of the committee on Sab bath observances coming President of Lafayette proposed an additional recommendation that the third Sunday in June be set apart on which there shall be sermons preached in all the churches and prayers be of fered in behalf of the efforts to keep the gates of the fair McCauley of Dayton recommended that in case the Sunday closing rule be vio lated the exhibit of the Presbyterian church be several recom together with those of Warfield and were Women Held a Musical May various boards of the Womens Foreign Mis sionary society held a literary and mu sical session at the Church of the Cove president of the Philadelphia James Law of Washington extended the assemblage a cordial welcome to the which was responded to by BAPTIST Report of the Corresponding Secretary and May At the first days session of the Baptist convention Miss the corresponding secre gave an interesting report showing the condition of the Baptist work for year closing March There were reported for the year ending March 1634 approxi mating members mission with an approximate member ship of while 171 boys and girts were enrolled as missionary and the baby band registered little Ninetvtwo missionaries were distributed among different races and The report of the treasury was given by Miss which showed that the actual receipts for the year were but including all bal ances from the previous the money aggregates The total dis bursements were In all de partments the books show small bal The Methodists Will NEW May Methodist preachers of New Brooklyn and vicinity at their regular meeting re solved to withdraw the Methodist exhi bit from the Worlds fair because of the proposed Sunday Heavy Rain In Western May hard est rain storm that ever visited this sec tion commenced at 4 oclock Monday morning and was accompanied by thun lightning and considerable The signal service observer reports that nearly four inches of water fell in five This is the first rain in nearly nine and will do a great deal of good in this country to growing The Woman Is May Painter Ragar adultry case came to an end Sat urday the jury being out less than hour and bringing in a verdict for Ragare case was taken from the jury by Judge Thornell for the reason that her husband refused to appear against She is at Painter will probably a BANKERS NEED Such Is the of United States Treas urer NEW May morning pa per says that United States Treasurer Nebeker hopes to retire June He is now in this city to close up his of ficial Nebeker said he did think the financial situation Ac to bank failures he re marked They furnish a strong indication that the peoplebf the country do not have as much confidence in banks as they In and I think all over the banks are making as few loans as possible and are trying to collect all they Confidence is what the bankers They cannot keep mil Hons of dollars locked up in their If a bank has on hand it is better to loan or per than to keep it all locked At much money as possible should be kept in cir Look for an Amicable May Chief Ramsay of the order of railway teleg raphers and a committee of six of the Monday waited en Gen eral Superintendent Sanborn of the Chicago and Northwestern They presented their schedule of wages and their grievance in regard to the men being discharged because they belonged to the Superintendent Sanborn received but said he would not be ready to confer with them until General Mana ger Whitman could be Superin tendent of Telegraph Thayer and Chief Ramsay think the trouble will be ami cably Big Victory For May cattlemen of Oklahoma and No Mans Land gained a big victory in a suit in the district court of Beaver which comprises No Mans The cases on trial were the Hutchinson cattle inspector the Capitol Land and Cattle and Hutchinson Fred The court declared the inspection laws void being in conflict with the organic act and the constitution of the United Cyclone In May cy clone about half a mile wide and of great violence passed about three and a half miles north of here about 0 oclock Monday All the buildings in the track of the storm were The only persons as far as heard where James who was and James though severely will Minnesotas Severe May terrific wind nariowly escaping the propor tions of a passed over Minne sota Sunday doing great damage in every rut causing no loss of The storm reached its height at where four houses were torn to pieces and most the barns and out buildings were but no lives were High Winds at Sioux Sioux May wind blowing at the rate of 84 miles an nassed this city Sunday doing great Several houses in the course construction were a number of barns blown plateglasa windows broken and the telephone and electric light systems Reports from the country much damage to Furious WJnd Sioux May state was visited by a heavy storm of rain and hail Sunday There was no damage to the which are 20 days late and too young to be injured by wind or The wind blew from 75 to 80 miles an Farmers Badly May farmers were fleeced out of several thousand dol lars at Abilene by wheeloffortune Warrants for the arrest of the robbers were sworn but they had made their escape before arrests could be Resigned May the United Brethern general conference president of Union Bibical who was last Friday elected resigned the bishopric in order that he may continue his present Krring Woman Burned to May a common died in hor rible agony as result of injuries received rrom a lamp overturning and setting fire to her She was 25 years old and The Coiicert a May The concert of the Swedish Lutheran Festival at Exposition hall was a most successful about persons were present and the audience was distinctively a Scandinavian Caused by May cause of the death of Andrew who died suddenly Sunday upon found to be septic Nonunion Bleu May The striking Hull dockers caused disturbances throughout Two nonunionists were beaten until unconscious and the police had a hard etroggle jojejcue FOR Decoration Day THOSE WHO CONTEMPLATE buying Clothing in honor of Decoration day should do well to consider our great MONEY SAVING SALE as announced in last weeks In order to give everybody a chance we have concluded to continue this SAVE MONEY By buying one of our All Wool Stylish with several patterns to select The actual value of these garments range from to per We will not attempt to describe Suits in black type is too unpliable to reproduce garments that are all all all BUT COME AND SEE THEM Our next SENSATIONAL BARGAIN is a strictly All Wool and Stylish Double Breasted Suit for worth elsewhere For you can buy an All Wool sold by others for These are but a few instances to mention as our entire Stock is amass of For 2 piece Knee Pants Suits of which we make a specialty thereof we invite Mothers to inspect as our line is the largest and prices OUT OF For the young men we can show as handsome selection of TAILOR MADE gar ments as can be found in town and no fancy rices on Strictly One All goods marked in plain The Model One 407 Chestnut Floods In May of a serious nature are reported throughout the caused by the swelling of moun tain streams to an unusual Manv ferries on the Blathead and other livers have suspended Traffic on the Belt Mountain branch of the Great Northern road has been entirely suspended by the high and at present there is no immediate prospect of the resumption of The Nicaragua May The government of Nicaragua notified the Pacific Mail Steamship company that their vessels must not stop at San Juan while that port is in the hands of but may land mail and freight at No movements of importance are being attempted by the as they are waiting for more arms and Cleaned Ont by May gutted the town of seven miles west of Saturday Thef burglarized the only three stores in the town and carried off several dollars worth of It is believed to have been done by the same gang that robbed Brown Shultz at Friday night Whaelmen Arrange a May executive and racing committees of the National Asso ciation League of American together with the local were in at the Great North ern hotel arranging for the program of the international and national which takes place in Chicago the week of 7 to Pump Works May j plant of the Middletown pump works was destroyed by The loss will reach with The walls of one of the buildings injuring William Spect and John Hog volunteer A Reduced May Albert Lea route will make a rate Worlds The Sulky and The fair societies of Shelby and Audubon have organized into what they call the This organization is to promote the speed interests of these John Scott is its For the benefit and information of devotees of the sulky and be has promulgated by authority of the society the follow ing race program The Atlantic races will be September and 14 the putsea amount to and will be paid to winners at the The entrance five per The following are the classes and purses SEPTEMBER Freeforall Pacing 300 300 SEPTEMBER 5 3 yearold 100 300 SEPTEMBER 2yearold 100 Freeforail 350 Entries close September The following are the regulations of the speed department All trotting and pacing mile three in to will be governed by the rules of the American Trotting of which the societies named are mem except as Herein The dis tance shall be the same as last Five entries to fill and three to Entry fee five per Five per additional from winners of Horses will be called tt each A horse distancing the Held or any part thereof will receive but one 6 A record made after August no bar to entries in any owing to bad or auy other unavoidable the Society shall be unable to start one or more of its races on or before 4 oclock on the last such race or races may be declared and the entrance money or may be started the day No money to ruled out Stall rent Straw The Society reserves right to trot or run races between The right is also claimed to change the order of any of these events shall it be to their but no change will be made cases where an injus tice would be done to any of the parties making All purses divided and 10 per At fair time our Iowa people begin to take a great deal of interest in their speed   

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