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Atlantic Weekly Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 15, 1893, Atlantic, Iowa THE EKLY VOLUME NOVEMBEK NUMBER THE POEIt OjlE ARE DETERMINED to place to our credit this month sales greater in amount than wo have shown in November of last This ratio was handsomely maintained until interrupted by the warm weather of last We propose to greatly increase our business from now weather These special prices will assist in doing it Melton Overcoats Prize worth A heavy blue Beaver and Chinchilla Overcoat worth A strictly allwool Kersey Overcoat worth An all brown cas simere lined worth A tan Kersey silk lined worth In Boys and Childrens Cape and Ulster Overcoats our prices range from to UNDERWEAR at greatly reduced prices Come and see what we have Strictly One The Model One 407 Chestnut HEMMED IN BY FLAMES Several Persons Caught In a Fire at SOME JUMPED FBOM THE WINDOWS One Person Known to Have Been Burned to Quite Seriously LORS Fire Was Under Control Inside an promised to be one of the most destructive fires of late years was checked Monday night after a heroic with the following losses Schmalzried Stove building and total loss insurance Lemmon wholesale dry stock building Loss on building by fire loss on stock by fire insured for Jumped From the Third Story The fire broke out in front of Schmalz reids and was caused by the ex plosion of a It was witnessed by Frank secretary of the and John ship ping who were in the rear of the store and who had a narrow escape in rushing through the rapidly spreading flames which seemed to fill the lower Both of the men were painfully fire soon burst out of the front of the building on Main street and ran up In a few minutes at tention was attracted by cries from the third story in the rear of the building which was occupied by the Young Mens Christian Owing to the crowd it was some time before the firemen could locate the imprisoned young and before the ladder was placed in position the heat became so unbearable that the colored janitor jumped from a followed by three white They fell on the flag pavement and sustained Killed and THOMAS burned to death in the Schmalzreid skull proba bly fatally Charles arm broken and in ternal Board leg broken and severe ly Joe colored wrist and head Sullivan and Frank Zabring remained at the windows until rescued by the hook ind ladder They were badly burned and almost suffo but soon The injured men were taken to Josephs hospital and it is thought will recover with the exception of it is cannot It is said two young men were in the gymnasium on the fonrth floor and as there was no way to escape it is certain they They were seen in the gynasinm a few min utes before the fire alarm was The Lemon Gale adjoining the Schmalzreid took fire and the stock was badly damaged by Ten thousand who were at tending a Sam Jones meeting rushed to the scene and augmented by thousands of made it nearly impossible to approach the In one hour after the alarm was given the fire was under NO ANARCHISTS IN Governor Altgeld Bars There IB Not One In the Entire Gover nor Altgeld was asked if it was true that one of the conditions of the pardons of Neiebe and Schwab was that they should make no anarchistic speeches in the future and he replied In granting pardons to Schwab and I did so because I thought they were not guilty of the crime and for which they were impris oned and for that reason I made no such condition as namely that they must make no more speeches regarding You may say there are no anarchists in the entire state of not If the newspapers would stop talking anarchy the whole matter would never again be heard The laboring men in Chicago and other places are as good citizens as there are in any They have a right to their own views on all matters and when such expressions are the same should not be desig nated anarchistic thus placing the speakers in a wrong Five Hundred Ures SAN Advices from Yokohama state that a severe storm swept over the sou them part of Japan lasting several In where the floods have wrought the most 141 par sons are known to have perished and 100 more are while houses were washed away bridges were de stroyed and a great number of horses and cattle From other points 448 persons are reported besides 475 ships and boats were wrecked and great damage done to farming Multitudes are receiving aid from local Bobbed an Old 14 Pear an old who had just drawn his pension of was called out of his house by four masked who gagged and blindfolded took him a mile away and lashed him to a where he was found several hours The robbers secured all his Pearson is in a critical NEWS FROM An Official Communication Re ceived by BUT IT STILL REMAINS A THURSTON IN The Hawaiian Minister Hat Not Perfected HU Plum the minister of the present government of Hawaii to the United has returned to this He ad mitted he bad received advices from the Hawaiian government by the said Mil not as much informa ion as the press reports Thurston was asked what course proposed to pursue in view of the po sition bis government is now placed Be replied he had not perfected his plans as Thurston haa been a proui nent leader of what is known as the re form which was in progress n the Hawaiian islands for a number of He is a natural and the revolution in the islands was due no small part to his His lather and mother were children of early who went out in sail ng vessels from New England around tape He was born in the isl and after being educated in the Tnited States studied and practice law n His secretary of the Frank has lived in the islands for 16 yjmrs past married MOERSHELLS Members of the Hawaiian legation eliued to Talk About the ter Thnrston to Overthrow the Pres ent Government Would Be au Act of state de partment received a communication from Honolulu telegraphed from San It arrived by the steamer It is written in the navy de partment Experts were set to work upon the dispatch Monday after noon and labored over it for several Held Conference With After securing the substance of this official communication Secretary Gfrreah am took a copy of it out to for a conference over the matter with President Nothing has been given out from the state department as to the substance of the secretary of the Hawaiian was shown the press dispatch from San Francisco containing the news of Minister arrival in Honolulu and his appointment to pro cent his credentials to President They declined to talk about the matter as but the satisfaction expressed at the presentation by Minister Willis of his credentials to President Dole sug gested they might have feared the min ister would have been accredited to the Would Be an Act of The plan of the Hawaiian tives evidently is to stand rigidly on the rights they have acquired by the recog nition of their Thnrston touched the marrow of their hopes when he said Sunday in Chicago that any attempt to overturn the presi ent government by a foreign powert would be an act of An act of war requires the consent or declaration Congress will undoubtedly take up the subject of Hawaii in some way immediately upon assembling in The it is will be made on the administration policy on this it has declared war with out the consent of and therein done an unlawful BJse to Many What effect it would have on this pro posed policy if the present government should peacefully yield to the persua sion of the American is The question involved is whether BO peaceful a proceeding could be regarded as an act of It is ar gued that it would be an act of aggresj sion on a sovereign none the less because the power peacefully yielded to the threat of so overwhelmingly superior a It still remains an unanswera ble problem to those of diplomatic ex perience how the American minister ac credited to the Hawaiian government immediately upon presenting his set about to destroy the Thla gives rise to many surmises such as that the real policy pursued by the state department has not hitherto been announced at but that Secretary Greshams report to the senate was simply designed to give opportunity to read the public senti ment upon the It is not at all probable that this is but it shows the policy of the ttreahatu report is con sidered so entirely extraordinary that incredulity and speculations cluster about Will Never Be Froflerred There is a shrewd surmise in Wash ington that the restoration of Lilonkal oni to the throne may not be followed by the entire withdrawal of the influ ence of the United but that with the work of the last administration once a protectorate may be estab ished over the One clear and certain result of the present inci dent would seem to be annexation will never be profferred to United States by he If there is ever to be the movement will originate in this Salel Owing to the stringency of we have concluded to make a great cut and offer for this month only at Pan GREAT BARGAINS IN LADIES AND GHILDRENS GREAT BARGAINS IN LADIES AND CHILDRENS GREAT BARGAINS IN MENS AND CHILDRENS GREAT BARGAINS IN LADIES AND CHILDRENS GREAT BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS AND DRESS GREAT BARGAINS IN BLANKETS AND JE CHENILLE Are included in this November REMEMBER We always aim to carry the Finest and Choicest finnAa tmm I ffioershell 1 surveyor general of i the islands and author of the Standard I history of is also at the Flan to Increase the Gold j plan has just been perfected whereby the gold reserve of the treasury may be in creased to its legal limit of This is to be done by means of an standing with the banks of New York to increase the proportion of gold in their deposits at the New York sub treasury to cover the certified checks that are presented by importers in ment of customs Heretofore the gold in these deposits has not averaged more than 1 per The bulk of pay ments have been made in treasury Indemnity Claimed by I Julian British haa entered upon a negotiation with Secre tary Gresham for the of claims for the British sealers seized in Bering sea previous to the modus vi vendi of It is said that the amount of indemnity claimed by the Canadian government will not exceed No Truth In the Secretary Thurber denied there was any truth in the rumors of President Clevelands ill It is the presidents intention to j Women Always Act on John Mor tin who has just arrived home from said in connection with Leases recent outbreak I dont believe she thought what she was talk ing about when she said what she did about fusion but women always act upon the impulse of the moment without much thought as to what they are say While I do not say what course be pursued in the state next yet I believe fusion will not be thrown remain at he for the most and to come into town per haps only one day in the week cabinet It Would Not Re the Cath olic university the report Sa tolli would be raised to the dignity of cardinal is denied as without founda If such an olfeiwns by his holiness it would not be Issued for Another A call has been issued for another national convention of the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers to be held in this city next Thursday to revise the scale adopted by the convention last June so that it will conform with the conces sions made by the officers of the associa tion to the manufacturers here and in the Shenango and Mahoning The association of iron and steel sheet manufacturers are in session and finally settle upon the disputed points in the It is believed that a gener al suspension of work will occur or that aneffort will be made to start up with Death of an American 14 Johnston of recently appointed American consul for the city of Cniqua died here of He was on his way to take charge of the con To Influence DBS Chair man Gibson of the Prohibition party has issued an address calling for funds for the purpose of procuring speakers and conducting temperance meetings in all parts of the state with a view to influ encing the legislature against the repeal or modification of the present law in the direction of local option or Shot Down Without who killed Ben Foreman at Fort McAlester last September and has since been an killed Deputy United States Marshal Tany his who had a warrant for the murder of Foreman near Durant by slipping up be hind Folsom and shooting him down without Bohannon Paid For Publishing suit of John lawyer and against the American Casualty Insur ance company of for damages for publishing him as an embezzler of in its cir came to trial and resulted in a verdict for WERE BADLY Officers Saved the of Xwo Train Wreckers In special from Mount says James Ballew and Grant who wrecked mail train 26 a few nights were taken from the London jail to When the train reached the point where the wreck this side of it The in company with went into the car and demanded the The marshals declared the prisoners were whom they were taking to Covington for Engineer Soden jerked a bill from his pocket and exclaimed This for any man who will tell me if these men are Ballew and who wrecked my engine and threw me down a 60foot The trainmen were badly disappointed when they reached this point and were informed that their men were on the train and got off at Livingston June CHINA We have some CHOICE BARGAINS to offer you who need anything in the line of Glassware Crockery Chinaware At the very lowest prices If you want a DINNER then we have got them 1 for Also dainty TEA choice CUT GLASS WARE in everything in the china When you are in the city call and examine our goods J and we will please We also carry one of the finest lines of GROCERIES in the
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