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   Evening Gazette, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1883, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                             N. 0. Lawton Has received To-Day, by Express, 700 Pieces of VOL. I.--NO. 15. CEDAE RAPIDS, IOWA; JANUAEY 26, 1883. PKICE, 3 CENTS, Hamburg and Swiss KILLED BY A NEGEO, ALSO A FINE LINE OF Shelter Sought bj a Drunken Mrin nt the Cubln of a Negro Near Sliuwnee- town, 111. The Visitor Assaulted with a Hatchet and Left to Perish in the Cold. ucspcrate Attempt or Infiiriatoit Cltl- zciiHto L.vncli the 3Iurilercr. Tiiese (Ms are all New Styles and I P 3STEW YORK STORE WX. Jan. On Saturdny night Tjitrick Hug laborer, got drunk, aud about iiwlniglitntartud for liis Mike Cairns' one mile north of town, on tbe Kock rnad. The was bitterly cold, aud Ilogftn stopped at 9. little box-bonso oc- cupLxl by a colored mnii immod Porter llolmea and hiH family. It contains but ono room. HoIniL'S Viia blown up in a boilor or- plotiion Jodt month, but recovered. Arriving at the door, Hogan asked for admittance, stat- ing that ho w i n tod to hinwolf. Boing informed !hitt there no lira in Iho C'OutinucU his aud moved a few foot from the door tu a window. The two num were acqnuiutod wirh each other. After words hud hot between thorn the darkey went to tho whether from the iiiaido or from, tho outnido disjiuted and ii with a hiuchut struck over the eye, cut- ting a th.it blel He then went Penko Opdyke. They keep about luon clerks, and rival tho meet em- inent Ipg U firms, Mr. Bristow iu iha flm lawyer who has over anccaafnlly antag- onized Yaodorbilt. he did in tho celebrated Eric railroad cases in tho etato of Ohio. Ho baa ttlegAl" head and is hardly oxcollod anywhora Nature, natural force, and application made him a lawyer of ilio first JIo is making a princely fortune rapidly. Ho 110 doubt, a uf pobiiivc aud what IH called bull-headed nature; bin Ilia iustiucta aro indignant and faouest. He will not tolerate corruption or thieving in anybody elno'u interest Ho was nevur falpo to Gen. Grant, but he differed with Grant concerning.his secretary Leviajr Baboock to bo a guilty mHn. Grant ilno dismtaicd Babcock after Uie reault of the St. Louis trial. HUMKY JOE, Fhe Man Who Beguiled Oscar WUde Tries His Hand on a Manitoba Capitalist. Wlssale Mannaciiirsis or Nzw Yor.K, Jan. departure of Oscar Wilde from tho shores of America did aot serve to check tho induslrioua career of Sollig, aliaa "Hungry tho "banco- who so successfully "ropod-in" tho poet of the sun flower previous to his departure to Europe. An nusuccitaa'ul ittempt of this notorious confidence man to swindle Mr. W. Jteagher, tho vice president 3f the Koowalin and Luke Winnipeg Mining :empauies, of Manitoba, VFP reported at police beaclquarterrt last night Mr, Menghcr arrived in the city on Saturtlay and engaged a wuite of rooms at the Metropolitan hotel. Yesterday he (Vila walking in Broadway, when, noar Canal street he was accosted by name by a tall, slim 7oung niau with a smoothly shaven face, who expressed hia pleasure at seeing him in tho city. "I do not know you, mid Mr. Mengbor. The young man said bis name was Naglo, aud that ho was a cousin of John T. Nagle, tho superintendent uf the Keewatin gold niinex. He nwerted that hu had seen Mr. A NEAT SCHEME, Views of Lawmakers on the Annexation of the Hawaiian Islands. The Project Regarded with Favor by Leading Members of the Senate. WASDTNOTOS, Jak impression la getting abroad that Mr. Clans Sprockets, the San Francisco ho can not prevent the abrogation of tbe Hawaiian treaty, intends to make' an effort to have tbe Hawaiian islands annexed {to the United States. In 1875, when 1 the Hawaiian treaty was negotiated Hbfa! project was urged with a. great deal of force. Mr. Spreckols, if objections aro urged- on tho part of the Hawai- has the means in his power to remove the objections; Ho .could with advantage to his own interests pension the royal .amily. His resources are each that ho conld readily afford to .pay. tho king far more than the revenue nf the islands yield him. Quite 'f, number of senators were asked what their individual views wero with regard to the annexation scheme, and what kind of u reception such a scheme would moot at tho hands of tbo American people. Senator Ingalls said that he w.is in favor of annexation, but not in that direction. He thought that the United Stales ought to extend from the north pole to the point jwhere tbe canal which is to unite tbe two1 oceans is to bo. Ho did not believe, however, in reaching out aftor colonies m the Atlantic or Facilic ocean. In fact lie did not want any coloniea. 'Senator Kollogg boliove there WHS much iu tlio Clans Spreukcls talk abont annexation. He did not think thatjETawaii would be of any bouctit to ua in any way. Senator Jones was opposed to annexation for the rea- son that it would interfere with our migar in- dustry in Louiniana. The same argumtint, he Corner First StaaflSecoiillAve., CEDAE RAPIDS, IOWA. buck to bed. indicated by the pojl of blood under tho window, ruiuaineJ for n, while before starting for town. After going about j two hundred yards over u vacant pieco of Meaghcr on a tnp that ho hud made to tha ground anil pasbing ono residence, ho i mines lupt summer. Several features and a canio to tlio dwelling of Harry ileiizener, tolerably accurate description of tho mines I a citizen, and naked fur hilled Mr. Moajrbor'n rtunpiciona, and tho WCHU admission. Mr. Monzeiier, not knowing that I sni rjimju-ier and the Ik-titions nephew of his anything ivinsitU-riiip moro'y drunk, roi'UM-J To K't lihu in. on a tow to ano.lit'r rortulonce, with We For tte Retail Trafle Have KQ GOODS. liko experuMico, mid nnitiido pa to lie foil from die uf blood and tlio cold. he wiu-i :u about 5 o rih..11 Wilson t.-r touk him .ind placed him in luo wliovo he diifd. At 11 o'clock iho .-.iin moral an Uiquosi WAS ln.'Ul, the jury tiul- to duiitli from a stroke with ;L iiiiiruitioiit ui tin- hands of an Unknown party. Whoa fonnj was amitcMUH and told Hiory i: utmost, whu was iiinno- ami iu juil. Ou .Mo.i- day Iu hud a trial, uml nfror tbe ev.denco of iho pruHceiitiou the wau'di oxarniti ttio.i iLiid ro- j committed without bull. On liio preliminary I tn.il all onl iK'tfl'u v.M-j hhreping :U H'jlmcy' J K-i-tifii'd IluhiuiH ihu man, I and the laiivr due-, not uouv tho but claims 1m diil it in of hmtio. Monday uvt-Miim Sheriff Dm-jo tu the jail to nil The jtii.er, lives iu i the jail, and he j with iiriU'i1, At a luu: ho.ir u uiunit ca.iuoj waa j placed in fritiuuf the handing !-y HI id nt 1 o'clock buuie twority marked per- i BUUH iu Iruiu uf ilio jlul und with a hid.u.M' made fotiu; noNo ou the door aud Je- mti ridud tho kovH, vuru ro.UhwJ. Brisk Qi'inu' iniiiiui.iuu'ly oprnod, tlio aud liin HOU .Mtiiidmy behind tlu brick I wall iifiilu un1 room, imd du'to tiio gnttjig 10 lirewitliuiitospo-ii.ig 'huir Uudie.t to nio nisilido of buiiets frtuii bulow. it in claimLkd that th-.- of Uio cuuuon th.u it tailed to tire on acyoii.it of tho thick of ice. altot and HIIOW. Af- j tcr iilty or HLXIV slioirt bt-t-n oxcljiiujiod iho i witi.drcw ut'J and ivturnt'dtibout I 4, hat tho ringing  f thti chouk. At thiu iveiiou tbe two uwiudlors tiaytiiy ducamped. Thy mineu of which Mr. Menghor ie vico- are sitimtod oo an inland in Lako tVitmopog, Ho tliungbc that tlio knowledgo that "ilnngry Joe" displayed of thbir aur- roundiugn miiRt bave beou gained by reading m dubiiripuvo circular of them. of Nevada, etatod that he went to Leadville to examine tte Robert E. Lee mine under an agreement with Senator Chaffeo. Tho latter said ho won Id go alfio if hie health permitted, but it he .did not go, and Jones found tho mine to bo all right, he would furnish the money to complete tho purchase. The mine was tho subject of a law Buit at the time, but Selovor had aecured the purchase of options from both partiei to the BuiL Jonoa wont to Loadville in June, and Chuffoe went there about the same tiiQQ. Jonee to the mine and told ChatTee that the mine was worth more than the amount asked for it, whoronpon Chaffeo gave him chocka on a Denver bank which to make 'the eecond paymAnt. Before he could uee the money, however, payment on tbe checks wore stopped by Chaffeo, who had ascertained that tbe firm called Lee had au old claim on the mine. After that Senator ChftCTeo would hsve nothing to do with the mine. Wit- ness told him the claim could be easily settled for a few thoueandft of 'dollars. Chaffee then aaid thoro was no ore in eight in the mino. Tho witness told them there wad, and assured him the mine was worth wherenpon ChafTce angrily replied: "I donHcare if it is worth flUjOUOtUOO; I have made up my mind not to take Mr. Boudobuuh testiliod rbat at present he was vico prudident of the Robert E. Lee Mining company. The net production of the mino, ho said. Amounted to SUIT DISMISSED. NEW Yonir, Jan. court tho suit of CoL Jamea M. against TJnitad Stare.s Senator James B. Chaffoo to covur THE EOAD TO ROT, The London Times' Ex- Empress' Depart ure for Eng- land. at htr ownlousd in her husba. j absence, at Wallace's office, and other places, all leading to the conclusion of adulterous in- tent The plaintiff insists upon a clone adher- ence to tho specific act as charged in tho com- plaint, contemplating illicit intercourse of tho parties on tho night of Nov. .19, between tbo hours of 8 p. m. and midnight, at the office of Captain Wallace. Exhaustive arguments ami numerous authorities wero adduced by B. W. Lancdon, Esq., for tho defendant, and "CoL C. TVilson, for tho plaintiff. The court will its decision this morning, when trial proceed ou its merits. AT IT AGAIN. The OU Market "Boosted" to Ninety- nine Cents by the Bulls. Wild Excitement on the Floor of the Pittsburg Exchange. LONDON, Jan. Times in lending editorial on recent evtnta in Franco aayfl: 'There bo little doubt if etateHmea con- tinue to wanting the republic will go head- onus to ruin, and that the French people are ncx'ationT 'Seuator not favor aware of this is an explanation of the panics it and did not believe tlie American people t cauacd by tho difficulties of a miniHier BO little roMombling the indiapcusable goaius of Da PARIS, Jan. cabinet can certainly only continue in office but a few days longer. During the excitement concerning the expul- Hion of the Orleans princes, Prince Napoleon rtc-uins to be entirely lost bight of. A eabtm-.t council baa been hold at tho ElysooH. Tho ministry have not returned. The lYmpn claims that the ex- iHtiug tLrough tlio country doea not ariae from un abandoomtmt of tho policy of reserve hitherto observed by princcd of former dynaHtien, bul from tho foar. re- vived by rdeent lhat the republican regime in int'orapaiihle with stability of any kiiid. The Tumim charguri tbo government with want of ooolueaH and directing puwurtaml espreHMOti the hope that reason wiu soon re- gain tho upper hand. Tho departure, of Eugenie for England at- tracted ft large crowd yesterday who evinced would. Senator .Miixey that, eutly of commercial reasoun, the Hawaiian ialanda would be a valuable acquinition from a political maudpoiut. lliey are, he miid, on the tthonenfc route betwoon this country and China aud Japan, and on tho ahortcHt route by way of the yi.oz canal between Europe and the east Pacific JO'SL In caaeof war thu ialanda would be invalimblo an a naval srution. He said that, while ho did not believe in territory BO far from thu main land, 5j would probablV favor the annexation scheme if thu Sortr.nitr proHentcd itself. Senator Goorge ed ired he was in favor of getting control of all the territory within our roaclt He believed in annexing Cuba, Hnyti, in fact, all tbo wout Indies ai.d all the territory south of us as far an the inthimiH. He wanted the gulf to be ro- gnrded au the great AmeriCHiiIiiko. Ho would. if he had way about it, get poetoartion of the rich Central American .otaton and colonize the of the south there, lie thought that climaUi would exactly suit them, and waa aura ibu tlio whiten and lu-grocs would never form a homogeneous population iu thia coun- try. Qtiiie a number of other senators were spok- en to ou tho Mubjuct, aud, while a variety of opinions were expresrfwd, the provailmg Henti- mont wdB that tho annaxation of the Hawaiian foaldift bo a bad tiling. GAS. Jan. most intonsa ox- citemont prevailed at the oil exchange hero yes- torday. Tho boom which commenced on Mon- day in tho price of petroleum icflolf and continued with vigor, the bulla holding high carnival all day. In the local market an ad- vance of 9 cents occurred, and tho range of quotations between the three of Pittiburg and Allegheny waa from ceiifri to and the eHtimatod aalea of all three woro turnils, aguindt tlie previoua day. The of the nae waa the reported failuro of the Patterson well Juel before the noon close a report waa received that the moat roiiablo pavtieu regarded the Patterson well AH dry, and the impreeuiou that it was trno was MO atronu that tho market started upward, and continued to advance etcudily. During the if- E. K. LARIMER, Wagon Wood'Material, Superior! Barbed Fence Wire, czar.: Etc., Etc. gcal gstate. LOOK: Over Our List of In Improved and Unimproved Oity Froperty And see if there is anything you want. If you have any idea of buying a home or of making an investment, we can suit you, as our list covers a wide range of location and price, and we can make very Liberal and Easy Terms For Moet of It. Price. Frame residence on Fourth ave.. Frame residence on Fifth st...... Brick residence on Second st..... Brick residence on Siith st...... Brick rf sidcnce on Second st..... Frame residence on Second st.__ Cottage on Avenue A........... Cottage on Avenue A........... cottages on Ave. A, each----- Cottage on Ninth st............ 650 Cottage on Division st.......... 800 JCwo cottages on Martha st., each. 500 INTO cottages on Daniels st., each. Cottage on Ave. A and Tenth st... Cottage on Fifth st............. on Ave. A, connu avan eay. r ternoon additional telegrams wore rccirivod Une lot m Jsjngston........ Some of It Emitting a Decidedly tlio vnrme.Ht sympathy. Tho Grand Dnko curried to hor a privato moHH.igu from President Orovy. that hor precuuce in Paris waa iimlosiraWe. There is somotlitticulty to whether her departure was duo to that or tho porsmiuion of inouds, all of whom aro grieved uy hor imprudent action. Tlmro no deep Ui J ncliemo ia her coming, IjHthoaung of. the nrreat of Princfrji'apoloorv she liotihor tfli's with' to have tho samo rooniH Odor-A or j V55 MILWAUKEE'S LATEST EOEEOB. UiGHT CLESK. i'apers nnil Vnlaablnn j Worth llumnn j MILWAUKEE, Jun. Clbrk I waij exiinnneii yeslerday forenoon at i !hc inqucat iu ihe XowJiu.ll hunsu Jina.Htor. The I poiuti tbo tuytimony arc, tfcat ho I thought tlio fire iu the bar-room. I'be horic in the hulitj had uut bcca or ox- amiticd for the two yours. He conld have vtillud the yuesty if ho Imd not Injon wliiuli In.' inoro puftaitt 1 tivy iniiiulos butwooii tlio Uincovory of thu lire i anj thA lime bcJuio lit; ilio holel wan iluoniod. He could run through every hull in tlic hotel anj aiiLriiiud every guont in. tiiu hoiino in that Jciiirtlt of time, biu to at- i tend to uflijc tho and __ __ valuitblcs, lEiiovrmK the hotel ttiu'e to beoaolotJU Hats, Caps, Neckwear, of Gents' Furnishers, ABE SO-CALLED. Their mnguIQceut new ntort- at corner SECONDSTKEKT Spring SnitiisiElpt Patterns Already received, Roods to nrrivo tlurlnp month of JuQuurv. LftrRC lint? of READY-MADE CLOTHING, A. Charge of Murilcr the liiMane Jllotlicr Who Killed Her Three Children. MILWAUKEE, Jai. charge of murder aaa beon entered against Helena Combirek (or tho Biihomian ivcmm who butch- 3red her throe little girls iu such a hoorible manner yesterday. Usually tho murderess re- mains vory qniet in her coll at the county jail, but once in a while sho will cry and wring her hands aud speak of her children. Yesterday morning she was HHked whether she had given her crime any j tlionght, and replied in a few words of Ger- j man, rendered nearly unintelligible bynobfi; "Oh! my three children; throe Sbe apj oared diueU, and her eyes lucked ex- pression, Evidently (ho knowledge of tho crime sho had committed, aud its enormity, is beginning slowly to dawn upon hor, and as sho and wrings her hands tho spectacle is Product Cllnplns; to tho of ConcrcsH. J.in. pocnliar influ- ence which the Warthington Gaa Liglit company has orerciBod to tthut ont all competing com- panies for thirty yours, whiio it continues to supply gas at oitravaijimt prices and of ont- rageone quality, was miule manifest to-day. To begin, this company has a charter from congress, and no charter can bo had save from congress. In thirty years thoro Lave been in- troduced In various congresses in tho aggre- gate forty-three bills looking to tie charter of from the regions it frequent mtoi'vulti, co this boliof. Diapatclioa to tlio contrary fovr and fur bcwciio, Tlio iutelii- goncx) from tbe Patterson myHtcry a few min- before thenoor. rocenn eont the price up to In the afternoon buHiuene waa reanined at and OH tbo bnllinh rcportti continued to come in thm liguro was advanced to 'Jo, at o'clock cents wila quotdd. Tiid ezcitymsut bi3caine vory great at juncture, and romitiaod at fever ueat the remainder of. tbe afternoon. A biinilreJ raoji aloud arouud the ring on tho raiued platform and yolltid and pawed tho air wiih all their might aud mmu. At 3 o'clock the price wae fivo luinuten later quickly followed by 'J7. A momentary decline tho fig urea back 10 IKiJf.'OOJif, and Anothoi- block changed banda hero, ard half of it Hold fiftocu luiuutOH later at to wliicli the prico liad again recovered. VKi was quoted, and wan the basis of three HalOB to ban-eln. After this the lluctoationa wore oteadily upward, aiic saleM wore made at '.is. and, amiu trcmeuilous coufiiMion, VJ was bid. Tho ijuo- Utioim of the hiHt lil'teen minutes wero '.''.I, '-Witf, a' whiah the marko. closed with yells of ?1 cu all aidea. Bubno- queatly private ealea troro made at SI aud 850 600 500 COO 500 SENATOEIAL CONTESTS. So CHHD2O in Michigan, .ULniiCMOtaor whole alTair, aud the that she went to consult an occulist would havo bron believed extent for that. She luis seen but few leading people hero. Tho imperialists declare tho ox-empress waa nut requested to quit Franco, but lett only bo- caiito she feared the marks of sympathy she received might develop into a political do- and thereby compromise her friends. Among her viators wore Marshals MacMahou and Canrobert Just before the ex-empress departed a yonng priest pushed his w 
                            

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