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   Atlantic Weekly Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 7, 1893, Atlantic, Iowa                                E WEEKLY VOLUME JUNE NUMBER FINANCIAL What Shall We Saved Do to Be CLEVELANDS VIEW OF Will He Convened In September to Take Some Itepeal of the Sherman taw Necessary For Our June president said in reply to a direct question that he intended to call an extra of con gress not earlier than the nor later than the 15th of unless un expected contingencies should necessi tate an earlier People Should Inform The president further said While there has been no mystery nor secrecy in regard to my intention in this I think it not amiss that our people should be informed authoritatively that the time is at hand when their representa tives in congress will be called upon to deal with a financial condition which is the only menace to the countrys welfare and It is well for the people to take up the subject for I and arrive at their own conclusions as to the merits of a financial policy which obliges us to purchase idle silver bullion I with gold taken from our One does not need the eye of a financier to t see that this gold thus subtracted from the government stock is eargly seized by other nations for the purpose of strenght ening their credit at our Danger Lies In Front of It does not need the art of statesman ship to detect the danger that awaits upon the continuance of this Already the timidity of capital is pain fully and none of us can fail to see that fear and apprehension in monetary circles will ultimately bring Suffering to every humble home in our The Vresidcnts I think that between now and the meeting of congress much depends upon the action of those engaged in financial operations and business Our vast national resources and credit are abundantly sufficient to justify them in the utmost faith and If instead of being frightened they are and instead of anticipating j disaster they keep up their share of hope and they shall perform a patriotic duty and at the same time j protect their own The things just now needed are coolness and calm ness in financial and study the reflection among our i Presidential I June following appointments were made Monday by the president sanitary marine hospital service for duty at Texas Will sanitary Texas Giles of immigrant in McCabe of immigrant Cap tain Hassler of South who was the appointment clerk of the in terior department under Clevelands former has been reap pointed clerk of the interior vice Treasury June issue of standard silver dollars from the mints and treasury during the week ended June was for cor responding period in The shipment of fractional silver coin for the month of was for the corresponding The department Monday purchasod 000 ounces of silver as follows ounces at 8300 at 8038 000 at 8310 at 8308 at 8310 at The offers were The purchases thus far this month amount to Discharged the Rag June Car lisle has dispensed with the services of 18 inspectors of rags stationed at ports in and directed that the work be performed by United States consuls and United States marine hospital officers stationed at the several Accepted His June state de partment cabled its acceptance of the resignation of Rowland min ister to and instructed him to turn over the legation archives to the United States Memorial Services For a llrrui FOKT June morial were held in the Metho dis Episcopal church for Walter the university student who was drowned at Madison two weeks This was his former The univer sity was represented by 12 of his class and there was a large The body has not been Preaching In a Leadville Dance June Chap the who has been holding meetings tend ered the use of Loebs dance hall and variety where he delivered a stirring address to over of the hab itues of State The bar and gambling tables were closed during his Decorate Graves of June Fellows ap propriately observed memorialday decorating trie graves or reiiow menioers of their A good band furnished and a number of visiting delega tions were School Hoy Commits f June William the 14yearold son of William a farmer living north of this committed suicide by Honduras Revolution NEW June Break water arrived from Honduras bringiiig the news that the revolution is at an that everything is The RESTORED THE the Supreme Court Declares the Im peached Officials Not Juno impeached state officials have been The supreme by a vote of 2 to has declared Hastings and Humphrey innocent of the charges brought against them by the Justice Maxwell was the He held that the three men were guilty of misdemeanors in office and should be forever barred from holding positions of trust in the public But Judges Post and in their ac quitted the accused of any intention of wrongdoing and thus restored them to their DANISH First of the Special Fete Days Accorded to WORLDS FAIR June fell to the lot of tha little kingdom of Denmark to inaugurate the series of foreign fete days which more than anything else impresses upon the casual observer the cosmopolitan charac THE THROES OF A PANIC Failures Follow Each Other Thick and RUNS ON THE CHICAGO RESTAURANT IN GERMAN ter of the Worlds fair visitors and the universal scope of the The feature of Deinarks day was the parade of men and most oi whom were in Temperance The fourth in the series of congresses under the auspices of the Worlds con gress auxiliary of the Columbian exposi tion opened Monday morning at the pal ace of It is devoted to the subject of Every great temperance organization of this and no less than 12 foreign are repre sented by The more will lie largely religious in char the Catholic church as well as the various Protestant being especially largely Fair The big Krupp pavillion in the south end of the grounds was opened to the public Monday without the formality of a dedicatory Japans quaint exhibit in the Fine Art building was formally opened Monday a reception being held for in vited The diamond exhibit from South Afri ca was exposed to the gaze of the public For an Early DES June has just been made semiofflcially that the Democratic State Central committee will meet in Des Moines between the 12th and 14th of this to fix the time and place of holding the next Democratic State It is understood now that there will be no opposition to Des The members of the State Cen tral committee who have been inter viewed in regard to the matter all favor an early Good Fruit June interview with the veteran horti elicits the information that the prospects for small as strawberries and are better than for several The apple prospects have been good until within the last when a twig blight was winch threatens to cut the crop Plums promise a fair crop Cherries will be almost a total jj Mtlwaukeuans to Have a Relay June Milwaukee bicyclists are arranging a relay race to take place between Fond du Lac and this between June 20 and The plan is to have 14 Milwaukee riders and the same number of Fond du Lac riders take It is believed the distance of 72 miles can be covered in less than five The riders for the Milwaukee end have not yet been Cut In Pieces by the June a Burlington met a frightful death Monday While going from tlie one car to an other fell between the cars and was cut to His home is at where he has a Excited Depositors Clamor For Their Illinois Trust ami Bank Kept Open All luton to Be June Wild and un founded rumors of impending financial disaster caused a senseless run on many of the banks in Chicago Those chiefly affected were the Prairie State National the State Bank of Com the Hibernian Savings the Union Trust Companys bank and the Illinois Trust Savings Under the circumstances it is no small tribute to the soundness and foresight of Chicago bankers to say that they all withstood the Where the rumors sprang from is a Whether malice or ignorance inspired the rumors is but whichever it was the effect was instanteous and Fortunately the effect was confined to uncomfortable crowding in the banking to pushing and hauling among excited depositors seeking to withdraw their and to the gathering of curious crowds upon the sidewalks out side the Unfounded One of the earliest and apparently the most malicious rumor of the day was to tWlfeffect that John the large furniture dealer on West Madison street had There was no truth in the report and the managers of the concern could assign no reason for its having been Other similar rumors of financial troubles were found to be without basis when traced but they had spread far and wide before they could be successfully and the movement on the city banks Depositors Were Paid In It was small depositors of savings people with from to to their soon filled many of the banking rooms and began to clamor for their In every case they found greatly to their comfort that the cashiers were prepared for them and ready to hand out dollar for and it then became a question merely of standing in line to await turns at the paying tellers All who came up to 3 the regular hour for closing the were ranged in and when the doors were shut the payments proceeded the same until the last depositor within the bank walls had received the amount due Tried to Allay the Early Monday afternoon the Illinois Trust and Savings bank posted a notice saying the bank would remain open until 9 oclock at night to pay and that the commercial branch of the institution would remain open until the same time to pay Later it was announced that the bank would keep open all if to accommodate those who wished to withdraw their These no tices had no in allaying the and the bank continued to pay off depositors as rapidly as the seven tellers could pay out the Took Advantage of the The Globe Savings bank posted a notice that it would take advantage of the law requiring from 30 to 60 days notice for the withdrawal of savings de There was no serious ran on the but its officers decided to pro tect themselves as far as 1 he concern is controlled by New England x A run was started Monday morning on the Milwaukee Avenue State Along toward 11 oclock it Then the people learned of the Meadow craft failure and the run began The bank met all demands and the offi cers say that they are ready to with stand another Boars in June uneasy feeling the financial world invaded the board of trade Monday and caused a temporary panic among the speculators in grains and Prices tumbled head long and the bears could not trade fast enough to keep up with the falling To Investigate the Plunk in ton June sensation was created by Judge Wallber instruct ing the grand jury to investigate the failures of the Plankinton bank and Lappen Bank Failure at Fort June Ecldes was informed Monday that the Motchants National bank of Fort had Bun on a Madison June was a small run on the First National but not enough to cause any great ex Bout and Shoe Juno Weis boot and shoe Forced Into NEW June Shoe and heather National bank gave notice that It will not clear for the Canal Street bank any This will make it ne cessary for the Canal Street bank to go into Confessed NEW Morris carrying on business under the name of Edward Simon trunk manufac and 667 Broad this allowed jugement to be entered against him for Spokane Bank June bank of Spokane suspended Savings Bank June savings bank here was put in the hands of a re DESPERADOES AT The Peoples Bank at Ilobbed of June Peoples bank was robbed at by a gang of six armed with who secured over After the robbery the rob bers mounted their horses and started closely followed by Sheriff Gal braith and Assistant Cashier Jackson was shot in the back of the right and also in the left The wounds are not Taylor a procured a shotgun and fired two shots at the but was immediately shot the ball passing through his left killing Tom a was shot in the and returned the wounding the Another one was wounded by Tom a APPROVED THE Low Whisky Trust Private Bank June firm of Meadow croft private 100 Dear born closed their Lyman Crandall has been appointed Uniform Makers June Ann strong engaged in the uniform manufacturing As Grain Dealers Go KANSAS June Kan eas Grain a big commission house with branches all over flODEIi ONE 4O7 Chestnut The All important Thing in particularly in Mens is the cut of his the neatness and We cover all the points in our desirable READY TO WEAR GARMENTS A Special Advantage all this week on YOU a selection from our many Well embodying all the points covered above at The Suits were sold at higher but the cool and backward season necessitates us in dis posing of them and we cut the prices We must dispose of OUR BOYS KNEE PANTS SUITS Although we have sold a good many of them we still have a good assortment and quote the LOWEST PRICES IN Irlce Accepted for Bonds by the June Board of direc tors of the Distilling and Cattle Feeding company met in this city The principal business transacted was the matter of accepting bids for The officers were very reticent about the sale of President how stated that enough were sold to realize sufficient money to meet pressing and immediate demands on the The bonds were sold at a low They are secured by a mortgage to the Central Trust company of New The mortgage was filed at the recorders office in this city and will be in every county where property of the company is Samuel for the Woolner also filed with the county recorder a document giving iiolicc to the Distill ing and Cattle Feeding and all that the leases of the Grove and Union distilleries were and that he had and was holding possession of the and would iniiintain it against all comers for the Woolner Missouri Changing Its EAST June iiirrent of the Missouri river switched to the Missouri aide Sunday night and iiaa already dune a great deal of t has cut behind three of the govern ment dykes and the fourth dyke is in The people of this place are greatly It is feared that the river will cut through the chain of lakes which lie just and with the river on the this would prove disastrous to all the property in the Al ready hundreds of dollars worth of valu able farm lands in this immediate vicini ty has been lost in the raging The river is still Added Murder to June the house of William near Alice Coffey was entered by two men who secured about When a son of came home from Aliceville about 1J oclock they met him on the porch and hit him in the face with a knocking him They took what money he then they tied handkerchief over his carried him on to the front gate and He was unconscious when found and cannot Chase auil uo June ad vices from in the Howard comity grand jury room aro to tho eifoct that indict ments will bu returned siginiwt ExGov ernor Ira Zimri John Paris and Wulden for their connection with the Grooatown Ohio Town Treasurer Skips June town treasurer of Fort has disappeared with cash and an ad ditional shortage of He left his who profess not to know his Almost Murdered by June highbinders attacked Frang Wong and To Purchasers of Clothing For the next thirty days we advise you to favor us with a call as we feel certain we can do you good and save you ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN STRICTLY ONE Nelse Is Declared Not June 16 hours the jury in the Neiso trial brought in a verdict of not A number of deputies had been sworn in for fear of and Noine was at once hurried out into the Laldlaw Wants NEW June suit of Wil liam Laidlaw against Eussell Sage to recover for damages sustained in Sages office by the bomb thrown by was begun in the supreme court Physicians at June initatory exercises of the grand assemblage of physicians began at 4 oclock Monday The meeting proved a very interesting and instructive For a Nine Hour June hun dred mechanics of the Standard Oil company of this place struck Mon day for nine hours a day and ten hours Sixteen More liodies EAGLE June bodies were Monday recovered from the mine at where 80 miners wore buried alive last Turkey Has the June Reports from several cities of Asiatic Turkey sa that tho cholera has appeared in many districts and is spreading Kstella May little 7 months old daughter of and died last The funeral will take place from the resi deuce tomorrow afternoon at 8 We have Step Single Extension Four to forty WJ7 Slf AAV ClCOMIHE Splendid wheat lands for sale on Will both ways to examine if bought Pay you for breaking first 40 acres and furnish seed wheat No cash dowu JOHN wtf Now is the time to TAINT and when you do use Hie best SHE It WIN Sold by SIJAW w31rad7 for the biography GailHam of AMES HLAINE by Authorized Exclusive Charley agents of the Chinese Six territory Prices Terms J 11 i i i A fl VliinViall in an alley here and nearly killed Address jedar Mitchell wtf John Stevens is tijing to dam a ditch Henry of is stioi g in the Fred Durr reports a good business in the pop The best stationery at fred aex aiulers iu tf Cite o Miller took home a sulnitg biiby cab the other day Mosher is in the city and will re main until further wit Davis represents Lewis lodge at tho Grand Lodge Herbert has to Davenport to represent his Masonic On and after the 8th of une fare one to Chicago will be Sheets was a welcome caller at tho TEUCGUAPH lair the other John Linn says that he would rather have a stand of corn too thin t him too Can now furnish DHAIN Tii 8 and 4 wje7 SIIA tf Good white full length wall papers at ten cents per double roll at fred tf Sara Stone thinks he will have some Sam watches the apple crop with much Glenn Durr objects to being called the of Noble Hell be calling after the belle some We have Combination Fence in both HAumvooi AND SHAW We selling wall paper on closest living margin and have a largo assortment from which to select at fred tf Frank Liinpus lias juat raised a hay anil cattle lie has a line bunch of sixtysix steers which he is fitting for the early fall Mattheis was interviewing his host of Atlantic friends one flay last Con is eager for political strife and is equipped like Our staunch old is getting lots of newspaper notoriety these Now it the Doctor will take antifat his reputation will be of is regarded as good timber for the board of super He is as straight as a young hickery and would stand against all jobbery and if you want to buy PAGE call on Glass at the brick black smith shop on Walnut street when you do not find me in   

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