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   Atlantic Weekly Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 31, 1893, Atlantic, Iowa                                K VOLUME MAY NUMBER WHITE CITY VISITORS Largest Crowd Since the Open ing A HARD ROAD TO Tin WliUky Trust IB Unable te Obtain OIGAEMAKEKS HOIST A FLAG Kentucky Editors Take In tho Beauties o tho Correspon dent In Attempted to Use th Forbidden WORLDS FAIR CHICAGO May day within th Worlds fair gates was made a holiday by Chicago and her visitors who went to the grounds in thousands beginning with the coming up of the Itwases sentially a well genteel mannere holiday crowd which quickly filled al the buildings and avenues in differen parts of the A great throng was present in the court of honor during the entire day and every attracted by the concerts and the The days music was Sousas bane giving a number of spirited marches with the swing for which the exWash ington leader is The Cincin nati band handles waltzes and lighi ON AN INTRAMURAL TRAIN opera with exquisite while the Chicago band is at its best in standard and heavy Everybody was well and were The event of the afternoon was the unveiling of the silver statue of Justice in the Mon tana exhibit in the Mines and Mining Arrested a Frederick Villiers of a corre spondent of the London Black and While was arrested on Midway for carrying La camera without a permrl from the person known as the official Ho proposes to make a test case of Two thousand cigarmakers marched through Midway Plaisance in the after noon on their way from the Illinois Cen tral station to the German It was cigarmakers as well as decoration and the downtown to bacco rollers were doing honor to America and their Just at 8 in the square of the German vil after numerous speeches and Old with the blue label of the cigarmakers union stamped upon it was Another Injunction Will Be Asked Aside from the injunction proceedings to be commenced by the government compelling the closing of the Worlds fair gates 011 another injunction with tho same is to be filed in the United States circiiit court by Wanamaker a New Jersey and a citizen of through their attorney McKenzie Will Increase the The council of administration of the Worlds fair have concluded that the time has arrived when it is necessary to quicken the movement of the turnsjtiles at the gates and to this end have adopted resolutions practically abolishing tifie committee on ceremonies and rescinding its rule regarding special days wherein there was much red Under the new order the council is to act promptly on every application sent to it through the director general for a special fete The true purpose of this order is to start the excursion business at once and to bring the railroad rates It is claimed by the officials and railroad men that if one line begins the excursion figures that the others will The Kentucky Editorial arrived on the grounds about 5 oclock in the afternoon and some of them stayed for the night Miss Susan Anthony addressed a large crowd in the Womans building during the afternoon on Womans Influence versus Some Iiouisans Will Boycott the May Evangelical Alliance of Louis adopted the follow ing The Evangelical Alli ance of representing about Christian learning of the opening of the Columbian exposition May do hereby denounce the same as being in bad an outrage to Christian and we recommend that should the manage ment of the persist in keeping the gates open on the the people whom we represent refuse to support it by their A Stricken May Geromo the Italian and author of Archivo Storico Italiano and other works has been stricken with I May directors ol thu Distilling and Cattle Feeding com pany met in this city The session was prolonged all day and was not broken up until late in the evening The financial matter discussed was the ways and means of raising funds neces sary to pay rebates due and to transact Nothing was accomplished snd the company is still at An effort was made to raise money in Cincinnati but without As a last the board took np the matter of disposing oi the bonds of the At a recenl session in bonds were These are mortgage bonds and are liens on all the real buildings and ma ceinery of the It was decided to endeavor at once to sell of these bonds at the besl possible As the bonds are well secured the company hope to sell them at 50 cents on the In this man ner they can raise for present use The effect of the sale of the will be to depreciate the stock so that itwill be practically wiped out and placed at the mercy of the bond President Greenhut packed his grip at night and left for His mission is supposed to be for the purpose of placing the bonds on the Such is the situation to except thai every train brings messengers and debtors clamoring for money due to im eager and vengeful Caused by Temporary May week or so ago an attorney of this left home and it was learned that he had used his power of attorney to dispose oi about worth of property be longing to prosecuting Attachments have been se cured on property belonging to who is wealthy and ttie matter will probably be straightened Ma lone has returned and it is claimed was laboring under temporary mental de rangement when he disposed of the Killed While Serving a May a sheriffs posse was attempting to arrest six colored men on a peace Malsby was instantly killed and one of the named was in turn fatally Malsby had quareled with one of his colored drivers and whipped The negroes here took up the v quarrel and threatened to kill who thereupon swore out the Doctors Didnt Take a Nothwithstanding the fact that Tues day was a general holiday and that the boulevard of the Art Institute was merry with the music of bands and the tramp of regular soldiers and the physicians and surgeons in attendance on the worlds medical congress buckled down to work with vim and and papers were presented on a number of subjects of interest to the Stephens Will Defend SAN May exUnited States minister to Ha waii is expected to arrive on the steamer Australia from It is said that he has prepared an address to the Amer ican in which he defends his course as foreign minister in raising the American flag over the state buildings of a friendly Disastrous Cyclone in LITTLE May Arkansas was visited by a destructive storm Tuesday fences and trees were blown The hotel at Guern Hempsteacl was demolished and seven persons were all All wires in the southern part of the state are prostrated and the ex tent of the storm cannot be Preparing for the Kvoiit May People are arriving on every train to attend the ceremony of the reinterring of Jefferson The day will be observed as a general Governor McKinney and accompanied by the Rich mond Light Infantry went to Danville to meet the funeral train and escort it to the Tuesdays attendance at the Worlds Fair was the largest since the opening The number paid admission was Superintendrnt of Admissions gives the number admitted on passes at making a total of Presidential May president made the following appointments To attorney of the United Ed ward Nix of for the Terri iory of Oklahoma Frank Dale of Okla associate justice of the supreme court of the Territory of Che following appointments were made n the treasury department John Bennet of North chief of divi sion second auditors office Theodore assistant keeper of the light Poverty Cholera In the South of May Surgeon Gen eral of the Marine hospital received a cable from Surgeon stationed at announc ing that cholera has appeared at Nimes and in southern and about 75 or 100 miles distant from Mar Cette is directly on the sea MEMORY OF THE DEAD Decoration Day Generally Ob LAST OF THE Session Closed and Scatter For 1TKINLEY AT General Harrisons Neighbors Have B Clmnco to IjHtoii to the Day In New at the Tomb of May day was observed in Indianapolis with the usual street parade and exercises at Crown lIill In the evening Tomlinson hall was crowded to the doors to here Governor the orator of the ExPresident Harrison introduced him and both were given an In the course of his Governor McKinley said These volunteers did not enter the service with the hope of with the hope of with the expectation of the winning of fame and with the hope of getting pensioned off by the nation for whioh they they entered the service with only the thought of preserving the sacredness unity of tins nation to There is a sentiment abroad in this land that that glorious army was gotten together and equipped for the sole purpose of se curing I have no patience with that There is no soldier in my there is no reputable member of the Grand Army of the Re public in this broad land who entered the army with the hope of pension 01 Observed at New NEW May Sailors and merchants from the white squadron and the Italian and Spanish warships participated in memorial exer Many thousands attended the services at the tomb of General The tomb wasnicely decorated by the mem bers of Grant and elaborate floral offerings were sent by President the Association of Sons Of Veterans of New York Chinese the General Meade post of The in fanta Eulalie entered the tomb at and placed a beautiful wreath on the The Day at May day was impressively observed on this In the morning the colored schoolchildren decorated the graves of their dead At 2 oclock the marshalled by Lieutenant McAllister and his moved out to the National where the veter ans paraded before the soldiers monu ment and the officers of the post read the services provided by the ritual of the or der for such The orator of the day was George president of the Dickinson Car SENSATIONAL ExSeeretarv of the Treasury Foster Forced to the May of the Treasury Charles Foster has failed and made an It is thought lie will at best not be able to more than pay hie ExSecretary Fosters assignee is His liabilities are 000 assets about the The news of the assignment spread rapidly and was followed by the assignment of a number of smaller concerns in which he was The cause of the as signment is stated to be the fact that Foster has been the backbone of num erous Fostoria being bothered by the late have fallen back on him and pushed him harder than he could Dispatches from Cleveland state that many concerns there will be heavily In Foster had borrowed very extensively of the First National but they will not lose No astonishment was manifested in Wall street when the assignment was The Effect at May The failure of Charles who is president of the Northwestern Ohio Gas company and president of the board of trustees of the Toledo asylum for the created a sensation but it is thought no serious effects will follow the The Ketcham and the Second National are the only banks holding life and the officers say that they hold very The gas company will not be New fork Holds Some Foster NEW Some of the paper of exSecretary of the Treasury Charles Foster is held by New York The amount is not Since tie left the treasury department he has paid off of his and but for difficulty in making would have been able to carry on his various One thing is understood to have embarrassed was the large requirements of money ty the glass works established by his May Samuel one of the largest lumber dealers in the has suspended Coal Company May Tho Loomis Joal company of has passed into the hands of a May Tuesday was the last clay of the Baptist anniversaries and the delegates to the Baptist Home Mis sionary society were in their seats The first regular number in the program was The and Its by Lemuel of He was followed by an address on Its Great Value the Past Ten by William of Various western missionary workers then spoke of their experiences and made a number of good suggestions for estab lishing tho At the close of the morning session the American Baptisl Mission society elected officers for the In the afternoon at the opening of the mission session several numbers were rendered by an octette of Indians from the Haskell institute at They did themselves credit and met with a warm The anniversary ses sion has closed and the delegates have begun to scatter to all parts of the Dying lowan Says He Was May James a large contractor of this was found under a railroad trestle last Thursday morning in an unconscious It was suppqsed at the time that he had become intoxicated and fallen off the He died of bis in juries and before his death made a state ment that he was slugged and carried underneath the trestle by a man whose name he An autopsy revealed the fact that the direct cause of his death was a fracture of the and there are many other evidences of the truth of his The Canal May Fan the expert hydraulic engineer of Minneapolis and chief en gineer of the Fremont and Omaha Canal and Water Power arrived in the city and went out over the canal sur vey to settle on the It is said that that the report of Engineer Fanning will be and that work will be commenced very soon on this new enter which promises so much good to both Cashier Dorsey In May If the apparently reliable rumors now floating about the federal building prove to be reliable Frank cashier of the First National bank at which recently went to the will be arrested and tried for embezzlement and for falsify ing bank His case is said to be almost a parallel to that of Bank Wrecker Mosher of the Capital National bank of Decision on Naturalization May the case of the city of Minneapolis against Fred erick Reran the United States circuit court of appeals holds that the power granted to congress by the constitution to establish a uniform rule of naturaliza tion is exclusive and the naturalization laws enacted by congress constitute the only rule by which a foreign subject may become a Princeton Won the people turned out to witness the game between the Harvards and the Princetons on Holmes Tuesday af and a more exciting contest has not been played at Cambridge for some It was expected that Harvard would but Princeton was success ful over the by a score of 9 to Daughter of General Weaver DBS May Ketch son of the late Harriet the noted sculptress of Mount and Miss Laura daughter of General Peo ples Party were married here in the presence of a brilliant social gather First Sheaf of Ripe May first sheaf of ripe wheat was brought in and before the week is out harvest will be in full blast throughout the The acreage is much larger than last year and the yield will average from 25 to 30 bushels per acre Killed With a Kill hud May Welch was instantly killed by Saloonkeer who struck him over the side of tho head with a billiard crushing his They quarreled over a billiard IVTiHfikm Society In May American Home Mission repre senting the Congregational church of the United began a three days ses sion About 200 delegates are pres Cleveland fiono May President accompanied by Clark DaviH of left Washington for Hog over the Pennsyl vania railroad at 5 Grain Klovator Dimiaged by May The large grain elevator owned by Peck onthe Illinois Central road at this was damaged to the amount of by Died of Heart FORT May Joseph Beck died from heart disease at his home in this Lev Downs JUNE Some new articles are to be shown this week in the MUSLIN UNDERWEAR What was the use of taking space to tell of this summer underwear while the weather was cold and the heavens pouring It was ready and now its being shown the likeliest stock you would care to look at and the best priced FOR YOU In our Dress Goods Department WE BUILD UP TRADE by keeping up The same is true of our In quality and beauty of design they cannot be OUR SPECIAL JACKET AND CAPE SALE has relieved us of our but we will give the same bargains as long as a garment re Every lady should try one of our RANTED v A FINE FRESH STOCK OP GROCERIES should tempt you to visit our Grocery Depart LEVI DOWNS Joe Had a May men were in line in the grand parade of the old sailors and the semimil itary and civic The weather was of the finest and nothing occurred to mar the Decorated at May day was observed here by a parade and services at Loves opera Busi ness houses and many private residences were decorated in honor of the Celebration at May Grand Arnrroost of this city celebrated Decora tion day in a fitting Decorated Lafayettes May 500 largely were present Tues day at the decoration of the tomb of the Marquis De in honor of his service to cause of American indej Kansas Miners May coal miners of this city do not seem in the least disturbed over the strike in other parts of President Walker of the Mine Workers union has arrived here and is conferring with the men employed in the several mines ft was expected that he would order the Leavenworth men out but no such action was He now states that the men will quit work Mine operators do not the least alarmed the ratio of union to non union men is one to Plaining Mill May entire lumber district was threatened Tuesday night by a fire which broke out in the plaining mill of A Beck in the Menoniinee The loss of Beck is with The Milwaukee Lumber companys loss is covered by Mexicans Lynch an LAS May One thousand Mexican Members of a mob Monday attacked the broke in the doors and lynched the Indian Ce cillo He is believed to have murdered Benegnio Martinez and Julio Martinez on Thursday Won by Chicago May day was the Chicago Columbia wheelmans Representatives of that cycling club captured both the place and the first two time prizes in the seventh Pull man handicap road the greatest event in the cycling Smallpox In Vork NEW May cases of smallpox were discovered by a health board inspector Tuesday in the family of William a at 1505 Avenue taskcr In May Emanuel the noted chess com menced a weeks exhibition attlie Chica go Jordan Has SAN May reported that David Starr Jordan has resigned the presidency of Leland Stand university anil that Senator Stanford has accepted his Appointed General Passenger May Barker of Chicago bus been appointed general passenger agent of the Kansas and Texas railroad with headquarters in this Detroit Won the May first game for the amateur championship between the Detroit club and the Chicago Athletic club was won by the score stand ing 6 to Bitten by a May Maggie 321 South Eleventh is very ill and it is thought that her illness re sults from the bite of a She went into the back yard and picked up a piece of cloth and wliile wiping off the clothes line she felt a The pain was so intense that she fainted and lay unconscious upon the ground for nearly two The cloth was afterward ex amined and a crushed scorpion White Residents May white citizens of the Cherokee Nation met here and took the initiative steps toAvard the organization of a selfprotective associa the principal object of which will be fully to establish their status as cit It is proposed to organize in every district in the Nation at once and take up the payment question as a Lively times are predicted for the Blew Out the DES May Allen of was asphyxiated at the Morgan House He was found dead in his room with the gas turned Indications are that he blew out the on having Renefen laa L DOUGLAS S3 SHOE A sewed shoe that will not rip smooth more stylish and durable than any other shoe ever sold at the Every Equals custom made shoes costing from to The following are of the same Ugh standard of merit and Fine Farmers and and for Working and for Youths and FOR aud f for IT 18 A DOTY yon owe yourself to get tbe beat value for your Economize la your footwear by purchasing Douglas whloh represent tbe best value at the prices advertlaaft as thousands can Do yon wear them WIlLsive exclusive sale to shoe and general merchants I have M Write fer If not fur Hale in sour place good direct width   

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