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   Iowa Citizen, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1892, Iowa City, Iowa                               r SECOND YEAK. IOWA CITY, IOWA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1892. NUMBER 5. FIFTY-SECOND Work of the National Lawmakers in Washington. A tike in the Senate and BllU WHO RUNS MAY READ, You can read without running and you can run without reading, but which- ever you do, don't ignore the fact that for Just SO Days We shall sell all our GQOPSN- At such reductions as tlie season demands. WB QUOTE, NO PRICES, But if you will give us an opportunity we will convince'you that you can, by trading with those who quote such enormous reductions, easily pay a good deal 1T and get a good deal less in return for your money than we will give you. Easley. 12 CLINTON STREET, ATTORNEYS H. NOVAK, ATTORNEY AT LAW IOWA CTTT, IOWA. Office, Washington Street. LBVI BOBINBOH. I- Q- PATTEHSON pOBDtSOW PATTBBSO5T, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW and NOTARIES PUBLIC, Office on Clinton St, 6 doors south of P. loira City, Jo wa. A EVERETT MAINE, ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR at LAW, NOTARY PUBLIC. MONEY TO LOAN. Office, No 123 South Dubuque Street, Booms 1, and 4 Maine's Block. M.J WABB. A WADE, 'ATTORNEYS AT LAW, VjfoA CITT, IOWA. COUNTY D1RETORY. County Attoiney .Hon. C. S. Rancfc Clerk ..Max Otto Deputy Cleik C Otto Recorder Joseph Cerny Auditor W F. _Murpliy Deputy Auditor Treasurer Deputy Tieasurer Supet mtendeut of Schools Sheriff Deputy Sheriff County Physician BOATLB Of SUPERVISORS. D Cnrey, Chairman. Isaac Weeber, Frank Tanner Frank Sulek and K.H, wray. Denuie Maher Hugh McGovorn ,Wm. J, Baldwin John J Englert John Warner Dr, J. B, Carder Mayor Clerk Tieasurcr Solicitor Miirebal Felice Street Commissioner First Ward Second Ward Third Ward Fourth Ward Fifth Ward. CITY DIRECTORY. .C M. Reno .Wm, J Hotz ,Ed, W Taylor .W F. Conklm Cbas. Rogers J Anton Tavorskr. (Julius Adelsheim .Jacob Metzger Stepb. Bradley, 1L, A. Allen. I D. S. Barber, 1 J. J. Hotz I Joseph Sbultz. I Wm Zavorsfcy. J Herman Strub, IE Rtder. J S, F, Lefeirre, {Wro. Weber. M H.TON .BEM1EY, ATTORNEY AT LAW Office, over IOWA CITIZEN office, 111 Clinton St. Iowa City, lotfa. PXTS1CIANS. ryR. M. B. COCHBAM, OfBce, No. 3SM Dubuque Street. Residence, Bloomington Street. IOWACITT.....IOWA J. SEWBEBBY. M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT, Telephoned. Spectacles accurately ad justed Office with Dr. Cowperthwaite, No. 13, North Chnton street, Iowa City, Iowa. Office hours. 10 to 12 a. m. and 4 to B p. m. Bradley Leasure -AUCTIOHEEBS OF- STOCK OTHER PROPERTY Frank Kane's- C. AUCTIONEER. Will cry sales in Johnson and Iowa counties Oxford, CHURCHES, Burlington Sts. T K. Evans, Pastor. Avenue, opposite City Pars M. S. Johnson, Pastor, Clinton and Jeffer- son Sts. M, A Bullock, Pastor. English Dubnqtte and ftrhetSte. J. W. Elser, Pastor. Gfertnair Jobnson and Bloomtngton Sts J 0 Hoerleln, Pastor German Jefferson and GilhertSta Rev. Schmidt, Pastor. Methodist Dubuqwe and Jefferson Sts. H. O. Pratt, Pastor, Clinton and Market E N Barrett, Pastor, ntrodoeed. SENATE. WASUISGTON, Feb. Eilh were introduced in the senate yesterday ap- propriating to improve navi- gation on the Mississippi, and for stat- ues to Gen John Stark and Gen Zach- ary Taylor. Tho bill to amend the law as to the coasting trade on tho preat lakes was passed. Adjourned to Mon- day. WASHINGTON, Feb. In the senate yesterday bills were introduced appro- priating1 for the improve- ment of the Mississippi river; to re- organize the artillery and infantry branches of the army and to increase their efficiency; tho urgent deficiency bill, a bill to reduce fees on domes- tic money orders as follows- Not ex- ceeding1 tij cents; from S5 to 8 cents, from to 10 cents; from 535 to 540, 15 cents; from SW to S90, 30 cents; from to S75. 25 from to 30 cents. The pnbhc print- ihg bill was passed. WASHINGTON, Feb The bill to provide an income tax to pay pensions and salaries of postmasters was re- ported adversely m the senate yester- day. The urgent deficiency bill 100) was passed. HOUSE WASHINGTON, Feb In the hoiase yesterday a bill was introduced to re- peSl the sugar bounty law The mili- tary academy appropriation uill was taken np and consumed the remainder of the day. Feb. In the house yesterday the military academy appro- priation bill (S399.C65) was passed and in committee of the whole several tails for claims against the government were considered, but no action was taken. WASHINGTON, Feb. 15. Bills were passed in the house on Saturday for the better control of and to promote the safety of national banlts; to abolish the minimum punishment for the vio- ]ation ot the revenue laws; allovring the board of managers of the national soldiers' home to appoint as its officers soldiers without regard to rank A bill was introduced to retire the circula- tion of national batiks, to issue legal tender notes in lien thereof, to re- dttte the interest-bearing public debt and to amend the law in re- lation thereto. A resolution was introduced appropriating 000 for an investigation by the commit- tee on manufactures of the so-called "sweating" system of tenement house labor, upon manufactures of clothing and other manufactures and upon wages and prices in such manufactures. Speaker Crisp announced the following special committee to investigate the pension bureau: Wheeler Dungan Lind Brosius WASHINGTON, Feb In the house yesterday Mr Hatch (Mo moved to suspend the rules and adopt a resolu- tion requesting the committee on agri- culture to report the effect upon agri- culture of the present tariff law. After debate the 'resolution was adopted A bill was introduced to repeal1 the sec- tion of the McKinley bill which puts wearing apparel of persons returning from abroad on the free list A bill to establish lineal promotion in the army was passed. WASHINGTON, Feb In the house yesterday, by a strictly party vote, the ways and means committee reported favorably the Springer free wool bill and the Bryan free binding-twine bill. Bills were introduced to repeal the terstate commerce law; authorizing railroad companies to grant reduced rates to commercial 'travelers, and to prohibit granting charters to national banlts. A joint resolution was re- ported proposing a constitutional amendment for the election of senators by the people of the several states. aoorigtnai or extinct race. They are perfect specimens and an exciting much curiosity. Claim K MUUoa. WABHiNeTOX, Feb. total claim of the sailors and others ot the United States man-of-war Baltimore who were injured in the fight with tho mot at Valparaiso foots up in the neighborhood of H.305.UOO, Drowned Whlli SHAMOKIX, Pa., Feb. and Edith Sinoos, aged 12 and 14 years re- spectively, broke through the Ice at Sunbury Monday evening white skat- ing WWB_ drowned. SIGHT. A FATAL MESSAGE. Exoeaa of Joy Kills lira. Baker at Metropolis, DL from (ten, Whom Not Swn for Thirty to tkrop A Uome-Voinln Sht Stsr St. Linn and Jefferson Sts Father Schulte, Pastor. St Linn and Court Sta. Father Smyth, Pastor College and Gilbert Ste. S. N. Watson. Pastor. Iowa Avenue and Clinton Sta. Methodist Epwcopal, St. SOCIETIES. Palestine Comraandery, K T. A W. Brad- ley, EC F. D. Ltndsey, S Meets second Monday in each month. Iowa City Chapter HAM. Meets first Monday In each raoiltb. 3. S. Lytle, H, P Bruce Moore, See Lodge, A T and A. M. Meets third Monday In each month. Bruce Moore, W M. G. W Bail, Sec. EureiftLodge, No OOF. Meetsevery Tuesday nigfit J, C. Coehran, K G. H. I. Ooughlln. Sec Good Samaritan Encampment. Ko O.   John K Puvuo. by Rt. Kcv Co- llio World CVJumbUn lltti rtlrtvioi 1 thi' hw lion bv tilt- iwosidrlit Ol Wni Ill's I'i rxiwallloiuu iliu ol thi lunitHun inliiulh-'toti 6. Ctuntrt, Tin' tk I'riM nuituin Iho liuililinc1. tttin til pu sitk-iw of iht) iNt ULU prvtidvui ol tln> T M.IH H and t'hiirtts from Tho Rulna nt Ath itnn lln ilimt'li H Dei) K, Hi mi ul ol tin- Uiiiitt) HullvliiJiiU UioruM ftoui ''Tbfl )0 n tualhm by lion William u P. of Konlurliv U Mtsii Hltrrlot MunnHi muMobvK A MilVmcIl Ifi "Sim StmliKlud Ilttnnm" ami "AmfnUlw" wltli tiill I'lioiut ami ouiHoauUI nrrompnni MANGLED BV WILD DOGS. Stockiunn 1'ratt and Uiiufftitcr Hilled anil bjr WICIIITA, Kan., Feb. A stock- man named Pratt and his little daugn  ribly by wild dogf some miloa from Leonard, Sherman county, Satur- day night These dogs come in from Colorado at this time of tho .rear, hut ihelr depredations have been con- fined geoerMlT bj, stock, though tray efere have told ol being chased toy them. Pratt evidently made a desperate fight, the road along which he was chafed was marked by the carcaisei of dogs. Ho and his daughter ieft Leonard for home just at nightfall and got within a mile of safety before tmccurnbmg. There the wagon they were in overturned and they were evidently killed just where they fell The horses, too, wore drugged down and partially eaten a short distance away, BLOWN will he over by tlio o( tlic World'a Columbian tixposiluin, will net us nuihU-r of cfU'inouioH that oo- Millionaire, BOBTOS, F.eb. 1ft. A. Rich- ards, late president of the Metropoli tan street railway, later president of the Consolidated West End railroad, and one of the largest real estate owners in the city, died here Monday, leaving (t widow and one daughter. Hii estate is valued at New Railway Through the Pine ST. PAUL, Veyerhauses and other leading lum- bermen met here Monday and agreed to build a new railway tjiis spring through the pine woods of Wisconsin from Chippewa Falls via. Hayward to Superior. The lumbermen in the agree- ment represent the St. Croix, Chippe- wa Valley and Mississippi companies. Hair m Million for Charity, SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. James 0, Fair has made a will be- queathing to charity. Two hundred thousand goes to the Catholic orphan asylum in memory of bis late wife, to the Protestant orphan asylum of the city and to the Hebrew orphan asylum. Frehlitoric Find in Michigan. JACKSOH, Mich., Feb. 17. While making an excavation a few days since Harry Smith, of Hudson, found at the depth of 29 feet two stone feet sup- posed to be the petrified extremities of Stopped a Weddlnff SAK FJIAUCHSCO, Feb. Near Berk- ley an express train ran into a wuddtng party that was walking on the track The bridegroom, Frank Bispo and hfc sister, Mrs. Barcello, were instantly killed and five others badly injured, of bibontm WARSAW, Feb. It hundred and Bfty persons were wrretted re cently in connection with the alteffto Nihilist plots They were to 8t Petersburg and from there to Siberia. _ WUI Fly COUNCIL BLUFFS, The school board of Council passed a resolution fc> fly nji flag from every school baUdtaff tit the city. _ ,_ in Hie FIGHTING AT CHIHUAHUA, Snirnr lloitvj I.nM JVItMttt 1 Cnvoi' MIIAICQ, Feb. coun- try about Chihuahua is In n tionbled condition IVuplo liuvt) IkwItMl to Tomoclil by nntl urged nn by tho prlot-tH have cleared thorn- stilvoh agiunpt the govatimictit, and aoldlcrd sont ovor from Oucrrcro to capture tho limdoiti and dlwarm the people, Tho first detachment ot en- tered Teinocht wUhiiul lOhlnlnnco, but soon fell under the inllmjnoe of priests and jolnwl the revolutionary foruoi A seuond dotttcbmiint was aud, upon arriving at the town, were mot by tlifl revoluttonistfl und a bloody battle was fought in which twenty and nine rebels killed and wounded on cither side. The troopa BUcccodod in capturing the town, but the wsbols BsoArsd to So- nora, rofebinB plundering tlu route. GONE BACK TO tbo Kffortu ttttlilflonn. ia. Wir John B. Vaster and 1'ocket, CHICAGO, Ft'b. Like George' Italian, met with an accident in Sons' stone quarry at Grand avenue and Ohio street that will probably cost him his life. He was engaged drilling a hole in the rock preparatory for a blast and carried a dynamite cartridge Sn hie pocket ]n some way the crowbar he was using struck the cartridge and caused a ter- rific explosion. The Italian waa picked up with his right leg almost blown oft and hanging by thread! of fteah, while bte body and hands wero horribly mangled. No one was near him at the time. He was taken to the county hospital, where Dr. his condition was critical. Nine Moorish lim ANNISTOM, Feb. IT. United States Deputy Collector W. W, Colquitt and Deputy Marshals Hrlggs and Jack- eon have just (returned from the most successful revenue raid in years. They were four days and traversed Clcburne from one side to the other. Four mooon- shiners were captured at work. Nine stills and all the working ntus were destroyed, and o( beer and several hundred of whifslty were spilled. This IB moonshine stills destioycd In county m the Ust four icontha, DVHIUtlMlODAtN FeU Thompson, Hon. lion. Mackenzie Oowcll, tho Canadian cominibHtonurH, closed tholr noffotia" tions with Secretary Blftltie and dun. John W. Koutcr, Untied Htatas, for rectprooat trade re- lations between the two conn Monday afternoon and left here for dominion capital. The Btate departnaont offlciuls refuse to make known tho result of the con- jfarcnce, but It IB bHicvod tliat the were unsnocoiwhil in their bocauso of tholr alleged failure to natiafy the representative ot government that they wore to make a commercial treaty entirely independent of Ihu direct interesta ol Great Itrltatu ONE UNFORTUNATE Vlnmu BURNED. I.unattt Fight with RKU OAK, la.. Feb. man, an old settler, while returntnf to bis home through the city was attacked by pack of wolves. Though M of bf bravely fouf ht- tlwic with kaife, wwrely wonndlxg oaf, ran y piping Tfct Olherif tnctfd Moell blood, followed, iwinf tfae   In in JACKSON, Mlw., Feb. state lunatic asylum, nearly 8 milew north of here, burned at 4 o'clock Tuesday morning The fire originated In an attic room where a lunatic named Brown was ooddned. Ho escaped re- cently and was brought buck, and It in supposed he set hln bedding on flro. lie wax burned to death. Dr. Mitchell, the ciupeHntundeTit, wag injured by falling ladder. The loss will about The legislature, which in now in WNMWI, will provide for re- building Ktimtul liy tlin I'r WABiriwiroN, 17.- on xent to tot- lowing uotniuittlontt: Robert E. Bo of New Ybrk, of New Yorkt V. M. of United tt 8t United HcretftrlM 1L! berry, of HtehlgM, rt MteNutt, Madrid. nb ttl keep out mdeetrable of pan." per eriftttntU. _ minre Hi A J, 
                            

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