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   Daily Citizen, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1892, Iowa City, Iowa                               SINGLE COPT, 2 CENTS. VOLUME L FORTY THE IOWA CITY, IOWA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1892. TELEPHONE NO, 87 NUMBER 156. SOLID PWTE GLflSS FRONTT SQUARE FEET On First Windows in back and two sky-lights in ceater. This is why every- one says that Qoasi Have the lightest and handsomest store in the city. Our stock is almost entirely new. consisting of the latest noveltiet as well as a full line of staple goods, selected from the New York and other eastern markets. We buy Trunks and Valises by the car load and it will pay you to get our prices before purchasing. TKE AMERICAN CLOTHIERS. FURIOUS GALES. They Ganae Great Damage in British Islaa. n Numerous Vessels Driven Several Lives Reported Many Acres Submerged. STOBM-8WEPT. _ LOMDOW, Oct storm that set in over northern England, Scotland and Wales Wednesday night threat- ens to cause as much damage as some of the phenomenal gales acd rains that passed over the coun- try last autumn. The telegraph lines are down m every direction and com- munication with some of the coast towns is greatly interrupted. Tidings of disaster continue to be received and loss of life by shipwreck is beg-inuing to be reported. Several Drowuett. The fishing yawl James and Robert was capsized in a heavy squall in the Firth of Forth, Scotland, into which she was putting for shelter. She had a crew of five men, and all of them were drowned. Another fishing boat that was aleo making for shelter under short caavas saw the yawl turn over she was about a mile dis- tfct One man was aeen clinging to the bottom of the overturned boat, but it was impossible for the larger craft to reach him ia time to save him. An at- tempt was made to rescue him, but al- most before the intending rescuer could bear away for him a heavy sea swept over the yawl, and when Lt had passed the man had disappeared. A Thrilling Experience. Captain Metzoa and a seaman from the crew of the schooner Hamlet, which struck on the Hasbro sand on Tuesday and foundered, have been landed at Yarmouth from the Wold lightship. They give a thrilling account of the wreck and their experience, which is, m substance, as follows: When the Hamlet struck, her boats had already been smashed and the crew decided to try to swim to the Woid, 8 miles distant. After Wetzon and his comrade had under- gone a desperate struggle the of the lisrhtship sighted them and came to the rescue. Jtey were clinging to drifting wreckage and were almost dead, hav- ing endured seven hours' immersion in we raffing sea. The Hamlet's mate, who was lathed to the rlgffinff. was drowned Wrien the keeled over, while the remainder of the crew Became exhausted aud sank. Lands Under Water. At Leeds the River Aire has got out 01 its banks and overflowed the adja- country. In some places the rail- leading into the town are sub- to the depth of a foot nouses in tbe lower portions of' the Leeds and in Holbre and Huaslet are flooded. Several piers in the rirer Tyne were damaged by the storm." Many Teasels continue to take shelter there. A terrific sea la running ia the Irish channel. The mail boats plying between England and Ireland have been greatly delayed. Large tracts of land in the north of Wales have been flooded. The Eye and Oerwent rivers have overflowed, and the country for miles about IB inundated. The floods have naturally been most disastrous in the moorlands. Half the crops still unhar- vested are submerged, and vast areas of pasture land an impassable except in bo ate Mountain of Zinc Ore. EL PA.SO, Tex., Oct. A mountain of carbonate of zinc has been discov- ered near Hillsboro, New Mexico. The ore ia worth about 485 a ton in the markets of St. Louis and JopUn, Mo. For years the ore was thought to be lead, but recent assays prove it to be zinc. Indications and veins already developed cover over 500 acres of ground. The strike, it is claimed, will cause the Atchlsou, Topeka Santa Fe to lay' a branch from Lake Valley to HlUsborg. Exercltct ID GoUiu.m'9 NEW YORK, Oct 17. prepara- tions are going forward for the cele- bration of Columbus day, October 20, by the teachers and school children .of this city in accordance with President Harrison's proclamation. The national holiday comes on Friday, October 21, but the New York schools will llave their exercise's Thursday, the pro- gramme to be carried out being the same as thatwhlch will be followed by the schools all over the country. MtOthPT and Daughter Killed. JoHXSTOvra, Oct Sarah and Ida Russell, mother and daughter, well- known residents of this place, were run down by an express train on the Pennsylvania railroad near Conemaugh station this morning1, and instantly killed. A heavy fog prevented their seeing the approaching train. tne rrefment WASHIKBTOK, Oct. Mrs. Harri- son's condition is becoming- very seri- ous. The president is much depressed in spirits at the steady decline of Mrs. Harrison, and no longer attempts to give attention ta public affairs. For Congress. The republicans made the following congressional nominations in New York: Second district, W. N. Grace; Fourth, C. B. Hobbs; Fifth, C. G. Ben- nett; Sixth, JohaGreany. THE DEDICATION. V 3Iotor Car Unused 111 n h'AXD. 0., Oct. 17 Josep'.i ;i little ch Id 4 vearv oi i. i-,   feet His body was terribly mangled and he lived but a few minutes. A HUP Aturdrivr Serltt-iifed. GorHfiiK, 0. T, Oat, A jury brought in a verdict of murder in the first degree iiLiunbffl. A. Redmond, of Chandltr. Eftlraond last fall mur- dered liis wife, six weeks after their marriage. Uugoes to the penitentiary for li f e. _ __ __ __ Tlircc Killed. .V, Mo., Oct. 57 colored miners, Obe Taylor, Andrew Vinryunl and hh adopted boc. wore all instantly killed iii a coal mine operated the Kansas Texas Coal Company, 1 mile east of LJevier, by the falling of n large rock. The ELAINE SPEAKS. DiftOIUSM Campaign Issues. He Argues In Favor of Protection Before Large Audience at Whitfliiw Bstf'i _t HIS ADDHK1S IX KUl.L, WHITK PI.AIJM, N. Oct. 17.-A biff crowd from the villages of counly went to Uphlr farm. Fri- day and heard Jamea 0. lllaitte. Delegates were present from Port Chester, Rye, White Plains, Mamtna- roneck, Rye Neck and other towns along the southern line. Upon arriving at Ophir farm the bands which accom- panied the party played several elec- tions, and Mr. Held appeared upon the veranda- He was followed by the dis- tinguished party whioh had gathered to meet the ex-secretary. After a few words ot introduction, Mr. Reid pre- sented Mr. Blalne. As the popular sou of Maine stepped forward he was greeted with round after round ol Cheers. When sufficient silence could be restored to permU him to be heard Mr, Blalne spoke aj follows: "Follow ot Hew York: I should churlish indeed if 1 did not muke response vo jour call after you tome several to tain betuliful home oC Mr. Held on tbta ploisini October evening. At the time I um not malting speeches In the ounvaaa tor reu-jons which lire well known to my and which have no connection whn lever with "Oenerallj, iidmlutatruttciaa In praslrteultnl -Whatever been won tn ttut n- I nay, are due to tbe admin la tratlga wbii'U 1 had honor to repremml." bVillowinu the minister to Chllt an ad- drvas waa made by Cliauncey M. Dft- pow. _ _ __ ___ KRANCWCO, OoV, Tl er Ocetmio, whloh arrived from llouj l'i Voltolmroa, morn most carjjo that to Saa Frmiobgo, t It, vftlued at Of that In rap- by atlka and tho rt-miitnilqr bjr MIS i THEY ARE FAVORABLE. fnda Uuod-llvtUr MM. ud Cttllwtltm. from Print! NKW YORK, Oct. Weekly Re- view of Trade 'Onwi more U must be Hia Indluar KTOB the shrink- in uxporu nu Mined, in of II.KU.OOO spewing bora laat week, wblle tmporw and forntttn lliHton active tniJu. At Philadelphia Ihu Iron mar- ket dwldadly Improves, Western tvf. ooul cituimt be niljtt because art Moulted, flood for the spring trada aft reported In dry icootU, wUib the wool market iHtntlDuw autSTB. l'mde In Jewelry Itallit? are aotlvo. At Ugtlnwro the Infroqueuoy M (MUthifk futluMs EM tfrsuTyftf and tire more factory, Plnsburtrb a better market for pig Iron and a good demand (or numuTnet- urefl jjroiliiuu. with Improving iwnpeola- in the business, Trade In boob aud aboea la ml At Cleveland rolled. Iron In lurfte Janiund ihouKU pig li lower ever In priua. Tliu boot ud ihoa trmJe Infltunapoliit reports InummMd sit Fort wayoc of iimrolianalwi Bulliliuftta ffttr uad niiinu- ilifautumn 1 submit that tho republican tlon of President Hurrlaoc can triumphant- enaurt) sucU ft tent t Applause.] t If, Since the government ot the Uuftod ttistttuiod, ailjtwdy any time seed vfiat 4re (food tlnw ao general, taking in to manr interests tad proBperUr throURncmt the whole domain ot trade. I might appeal to Now York It alty has ever passed a fteaaou in ore satisfactory in ilnanoial tfwu tor tue pa.it two years, to which the gtuaral effntst onuapitol aud labor been mars proa per- [Applause.] MttiiufBctunw and "The opponontM af the republican partly ol- represent New York at a comuMrcltl oily atid not a ttianu tutu ring one, and yet tbe prod- uct ot the manufauturoi ol this city aloue Anythlmr I hot would cripple great Intcrent would cripple tbe metropolis rlously and to a vary Uunlul extent. "More men In Now York get their living from puriintM proieuted bj tbe than from any I know New York U tha cen- ter ct our great entrepot of all thi mea eniMwHB In and New York lu nuntberi than tbe manoaiMted U Nor if you f o weet, where the Uilt year making aanildoralile ofort ud doing TMt amount of boactlng [laugaterj, will you lad it different. Obla, tain Mlcfalgan, take Indiana, take IlllaotM, Mid the of wanufaoturen graater In. pMuntary mnuMintc thu the of afrioultura In yonr atates, HO that I think, whan It auppeiu to dem- ocntlo who are an the wing trying to the hoitlllty of tbeie sgnlnnt the Wrflt, they will anoountor a tentl- which they huve not dreamed. rmru MortgagM. "We learn from the democratic purty that them wetttorn tttatea are In a dMphrau condi- tion The amount of their farm roils up Into the millions. You would supposo U fad- ulous that tbe amount of the monuy thoy cm- braes could ever have been no Invested. Thfs IB not HO among the fannerala New York, it In notao among tbe farmers ID New Jersey. It Is not MO among th? ot CotuiftCltcut. It not no among (he farmers of Ponnnylvaulii. It is iw so among the (armors of uny state neur by wbosa condition uan he unally leurncd.'but by a singular (ntnliiv H In tbe western states that huve got all ttio form mortgtifj'ji burdening them unii taUlnK tbe llfu out at thu pauplu. "I do not like to nay that sent I em en bjive volunturlly mhrepreHenlRii the faotfl, but be- fore auucptiag Uiom im nuuh you will do well, and wlsuty, tu demand thi) proofs, Tha tariff, ao democratic pupero suy, is thi> origin of a plutocratiu government when wealth; rule poor mnu ftliall not get thitir rights. I shall venture ta uhallengo till EUub statemenw. A curuful (Daailniiriun ot listot wealtliy men in tbe country, publldhed. litts demonatruted the taut tu bo Quits the ro- Tsrao; to nuuh an extent, IndnefJ, that, In tho elty of New York, taking iho Hrtt ISO (ortunoB, not three, not two, not more than one would bo considered UK derived from, manufacturing In- vestments. Al to Irish Vntfl. "I huve a word to any about thrj Irish vote. I it IB nt.atsd that (he demorr-itB ooast of hav- she of them In their ranka Lbb It Is one of tbe mysteries ot our polltlcH Hint question InterCHia Knaland MO minri'mo- ly, wlifch Iscanvaiwwl alwostmtnucb !n Lon- Uoa an it (n Nnw York, shoulii have tlir; Irish vote on the aide of Cirr.-at Urltnln If the Irish vote were solidly for protection defy ilm machJnatlonH of the doiuoi-rutic pirty for tree trade, and throw thulr In Mu on of; thu aide ot tbe home market of Am'-iicu utfaitixL thu Hide of the foreign market of "I know this appeal rfcrjuyiitly to tho Irtah hut I uuiki; it with now, tor lam unwilling tu hHllcve ttiu with llRhtof Ihu Tori' th'.iii Ilii'y IfherBlfly Ijc on the Mdu of iliclr prcaaom. I think I shall r'-ly im my gooil fHnid thft brilliant nnd mliiUW lo I cHjKclally awet at Mr. Kcld'B ubie tt.h ovenlaf, 1 I ruly. upon him to Intcrcote wltb UK WWWJ tn llWidomocratlripirly in lowwlaf Diaitihterd aii'l the wall's u  prbtperoui and uftNtern ampmftnWt ot mtir- uhundUn uro nt yiortttouB tnitgiii luda. Tfa'lh In remurkubly hlrong ut St. Louis, Ilm earn ufop proTins liirgtir than WM aniluiputafl llimlneoM la larger than loit year lU KUHHIIM City and guod at Denver At Mitintiapolk Dearly ull branches show an' Inuraaiw over taut your and the output ot Sour, HW.OOB the larirMt ever known lu a week. At St. Paul an InoroineJ movement lu Men. At Omabu trade Is busy. FJualnoxs at U IraproTlna. but at I4ttln Uouk otlii dull, tboufh lit dry bettor. At Nuw Or- an eighth ttrotifer than a wmk ago, but corn I Mat lower; IM hogs, 3D and lard 16 por KM) twuudii; rattoh !i lowsf, with oalmtot more duODsles tor WMk, ull W lower, im- proved oi-op rtporU aad heavy maramvnt of produula puah downward, "llw oueurrtng tnroufbom the country during tbe Mvan daya aumtor StB. For UM DorreHpondlnr week uf IUM W." PIED OF HUNGER. U It HMMt of CM- hf Dnrluc thm JUeoat In THAI. HAW AtfTOictO, Tex., Oct. re- port made to tha frMg-ut depart Of Man Antonio A ArkaoiM Paw railroad shows that then utra been shipped from Alice, Tax., during past ftte uOO carloads of bones, wlifch, at twftlTD tona to the car, would make 000 of bonoa, Bstlmatlnjf SOD head of cattle to a car at bones, the re- sult nhuws that ia that tributary twxt- tion alung1 the Rio Urande border OOU liead of cattle died from thu effeuta 01 the recent terriblo drought. in u low there are several hundred tons of bonea still H tittle red ovur the pniitius. While tha droufht was prevailiufr hmui o( cattle were nhippcd from Alke to Indi- an territory, where they wore fattened fur the macJcet. Nhot at ST. Louis, Out. At Uhriff Cave, at midnight, Witlium .1, a young mun who was :t Ixtll, was fattilly shot by Muiirice Adums, u popular of thin Kit.y. About couples were on tiit> flutjr at time, and u piinic eriiur-U, men ioff and wuuien f wa.i it luid iiiude remark i lady, n friend d i latter cons at Aduma, whil ih under arrest, HFPVES V.'lll Lend dljinnrr'-t xn, Ore., Oct. Prof, D, W. Reetrs, conductor Cadet of Pi evidence. R. I.; accepted the of band, and will take cliai'tre October 94 Mid seeniw haw wsrilt At every point by tha auditors ctwAred finibhrd the great Minuter Ifiti mt When quiet W was altto iDtrodi about tbe In campniya Mr, ChilUa affair, dearcwd llcan tion   

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