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   Oskaloosa Evening Herald (Newspaper) - April 13, 1895, Oskaloosa, Iowa                                THE EVENING VOLUME NUMBER APRIL ESTABLISHED 1887 NEW SPRING HATS The and English Blocks in Stiff the Stanley and Stillson in In all Steward TEE LADIES AND GENTS Highest of all in Leavening Govt Report EASTER nice line of Easter Cards HEDGE BROTHERS 117 West High Leaders in Wall Oskaloosa Plumbing 208 West High Plumbing and Gas Telephone 118 Understanding Reached Last Between China and at Report Comes Through Official Advices Received at Japan Makes Concessions in the Amount of Indemnity Demand ed of Her Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE MCURDY Furniture and Undertaking At the Big Furniture North of Court Residence 716 East Residence phone 12 store phone JOHN PHONE Office on Suth Market St Near South John Melone We are headquarters for the best German and English Louisville Ivory Plastering Ash Grove and Marble Head Lime in Wereceive a fresh car of lime each week and Btore it in our airtight lime Everything in the Pantering Line complete and prices the Parties contem plating building cement walks will save money by coming to We also handle and everything in the feed 33 per ceut saved by getting your Furniture Upholstered and Repair ed Charles Foehlinger I have an elegant line of Coverings to select Pictures and Frames for the Spring feet of Boom Mouldings latest D mt paper this spring without using some of our new Shade if you be in Use only my Celebrated CHARLES FOEH 206 First Avenue T ICT E Y SI Special attention given to Probate and Eeal Estate Make Loans and Abstracts on most reasonable Hare a large list of lands in Iowa and all the western states for sale on terms to suit Should Peace Not Be Declared Before Termination of Armistice Japan Will Take April ad vices received here from Japan indi cate that an understanding4 has been reached between the Japan and Chinese plenipotentiaries and that the news of the definite conclusion of peace may be expected at any The exact particulars of the terms of set tlement could not be but it is understood that in response to the and repeated requests of the Chinese plenipotentiary for an abate ment of the demands originally made the Japanese plenipotentiaries have granted important Gives Ureat Great satisfaction is expressed here at the information that the peace negotiations have been practically con cluded between China and Japan eight days before the termina tion of the time fixed for the termina tion of the So far as can be learned a formal treaty has not been signed and may not be before Meanwhile there is a possibility that Li Hung the Chinese represent may object at the last moment und another postponement This is as only a possi bility and not a inasmuch as the plenipotentiaries have devoted a fortnight to their work and the con clusions have been reached after the most careful and deliberate considera It is believed that among the conces eions made by the Japanese has been a decrease in the amount of indemnity de manded and that this is their principal AVhen the signature of Li ITung Chang shall have been affixed to the peace will then for mally The Chinese viceroy was clothed with plenary powers when he came to Shimonoseki and any action taken by is la Only a With the prospect of the immediate conclusion of a treaty of peace between China and the utterances of the Petersburg Novoe threat ening opposition to Japan by land and Hea if Great Britain should accede to Japans demands in regard to Man churia and Korea excite only quiet laughter in svellinforaied M lie fa ct that the Novoe Vremya is the semioflieial organ of Hussia tends simply to discredit those utterances the more Such it is are often made by this organ ad the purpose being to disguise Prussias real China isiioping that European intervention may yet save her If Russia should the other powers would naturally hold What more likely it is than that Itussia should throw out an intimation thut she will oppose and as a result of these intimations preserve the balance between all parties until J apan shall have forced China to ac cept her terms In other Rus sias sudden change of front is regard ed us a In Kvent of No April is stated here on reliable authority that unless peace is concluded within the period of the armistice the truce will not be ex tended and the Japanese armies will in May advance upon which latter it is can be in vested by the Japanese troops within two weeks after the march Thote o Several Transact Consid erable April The senate on Thursday passed the muchdiscussed bill for the government or all cities In the state hav ing a population of or Unless they decide otherwise at a special nil such cities will be subject to the provisions of the general charter after January 1 next Senate committees reported favorably on it bill pro viding for the appointment by the governor of five commissioners to have charge of Muckl nac recently donated to the state by the general and making an appropria tion for their April friends of a uniform liquor license fee met defeat Thursday In the In addition to a uni form tax of MOO the bill made other concessions to the saloon particularly allowing them to remain open New Washingtons Labor day and Fourth of also to open after the closing of the polls on election The entire bill was wiped except the llrsi and that was amended by raising the tax to The bill was then passed by a vote of 72 to 22 and was given Immediate The only change the bill accomplishes la to make the tax upon the sale of beer the same us spirituous Its fate lu the senate is April substitute for the Prochnow antiblacklisting bill was concurred in Thursday by the The bill to appropriate onefifth of a mill tax to the state university fund income for the next two and making permanent a tax of onetenth of a mill for the same was also concurred The bill to prohibit the sale of Intoxicating liquors within miles of the Wisconsin veterans home at was April the assembly Thursday the bill providing for the location of the proposed seventh normal school at La Crosse was ordered to u third The assembly concurred in Senator Mills bill re quiring street car companies to vestibule their curs and laid on the cable Senator Kennedys bill requiring plumbers to be licensed In cities containing a population of over I COULDNT CONTROL of DESERVED HIS Charles Hart Hanged at for Killing Two April Hart was hung shortly after midnight Wednesday in the state prison for the murder of Klsie and Ashley chil dren 7 and years in Paulding on November The children were gathering nuts in the and who was only 18 years joined Accord ing to his own confession he killed tin boy and then ravished the after ward killing and burned their bodies in a log huving first dis memOered them to conceal their iden Though Hart had previously con fessed the he declared on the scaffold that he was guilty and met death His neck was broken by the IOWA MILITIA CALLED Sensational Tragedy Growing Out mestlc April town of 10 miles south of was greatly excited Friday morning on account of the attempted murder of a prominent John son of president of the Minerva Banking quar reled with his wife Thursday evening and attempted to She escaped from the house when Yengling began to heat his little Thomas one of the best kn wn citizens of the town and the largest wool bujer in the was attracted by the screams of the He attempted to rescue the little girl when Yeng with a tired two shots at One bul let entered Booths go ing out through the As the scene of the shooting was on the pub lic a crowd soon arrived and Yengling was subdued and placed The jail is being strongly guard as Booths condition Friday morning was critical and the feeling against Yenglimr is CANT EXTEND THE Tlie Income Btust lie 1ald by April April is no power vested in this tele graphed Commissioner Miller late Thursday to extend the time for making returns under the income tax The telegram was sent to Thomas presi dent of Western Union Telegraph com With the supplemental instruc tion sent to collectors of internal revenue together with the telegrams as to keeping open their offices beyond the regular Commissioner Miller hits closed up as completely as he can his connec tion with the enforcement of what remains of the income tax Collectors and those subject to the law must do the and must do it before the close of business on next April or else be subject to the penalties imposed by the DONT LIKE iiub Troopa Sent to Cincinnati In Prevent Trouble iroxvliig Out of a April at Cincinnati seem to be getting worse Several hundred miners have been there for a week trying to get the men who are working for a lower rate to come The sheriff is now there and has telegraphed for Company Second and it is now 011 its way The miners at Cincinnati were all at work but an ef fort will be made to call them out this hence the eall for the mili tary Information from the governors of fice is to the effect that no further trouble is expected in ISo order for more troops to be in readi ness has been Company 10 now there has thirtyone Dover Train Kobbers Surrounded and Two Are Shot The Rest Their Escape Hotly Pursued by Creek Robber BKAlOJS Office and 218 High Avenue All operations upon the teeth performed by the latest improved An ole gant dentifrice for rbe teeth foi You Read You Title Clear NOT Abstractor and Examiner of Wiirfurnish you an Abstract and also assist you In correcting any A complete set of Abstract Books to all land and town lots In Mahaska Office In Farmers and Traders Bank aide Tells at His Among Armies ot and SAN April John who was commis sioned by the government some time ago to go to Japan and follow the is The lieutenant joined the second He wit nessed the battle of lie also collected specimen weapons of the various kinds in the light and relics of the which he is forwarding to the department at lie has written a concise report of what he conditions of troops on both armaments and with such details as are deemed of impor tance to the war Didnt Know How to The Chinese were In good shape to but they did not seem to It now There was no I saw the bodies of Admiral Ting and five ol his officers after they hud oommitted They were laid out on and there was some show among the Chinese of doing them Beacon will go from here to Fort where he is sta From there he will forward his report to Neproes Suffering In CITY OF April Letters received here from Durango announce that the negro emigration scheme to that state under the management of men from the United States is a fail Most of the negroes are now strung out on the road tramping to ward the Rio They are bare footed and in almost destitute condi depending on the aid received from the ranches to keep from starv A Jurist April Albert chief justice of the supreme court of handed his resignation to Morrill Thursday The resignation was at once accepted and Morrill appointed Judge David of to be the new chief Judge Horton has been chief justice since 1877 and resigns to become a member of a Kansas law firm handling large corporation Swindled Uut of NEW April new board of dock in examining the records of the discov ered that leases of dock property have been subleased in such a way as in some instances to bring double the money received for the privileges by the It is alleged that in this way the city has lost on one and that the aggregate will be over To Colon 1 an North April Dunkard which has so far at tracted little now numbers nearly It is ultimate intention to concentrate all the Dunk ards in the United States at this point and in other nearby parts of North and thus to establish a colony like that of the Mormons in will be permanent and prosper Selection for President or New Rt of Culm CiuiHeH llnsatlftftctio April who was selected as president of the new re it the convention held at province of Iuertc has been proclaimed by the insurgents as their chief executive It cannot be denied that considerable dissatisfaction exists among the rebels because of Martis He lacks the popularity of Maeeo or yet he is generally regarded as the inosi learned man among the NEW April a meeting of Irish nationalists here resolutions were adopted congratulating the Cu ban revolutionists upon the success of their patriotic efforts and hoping that Cuba will soon be added to the list ot A committee will be formed to devise means to prove the national ists sympathy for the Cuban move Delaware Canal lladly April J Delaware cunal has been greatly damaged by high water and it will be nearly i months before traffic can be On the 5 mile level between Easton and there are two large breaks close and just below Luinber ville the towpath is washed Considerable debris has been washed into the canal at many The boating season began last week and the delay will be greatly 1erry Still at April afternoon Allison reported that one of the escaped John has been captured at New The other four are still at April Mor ton will Saturday issue a proclamation offering a reward of for the cap ture of Oliver Curtis who re cently escaped from the Matleawan asylum for insane Senator jloenel April coro ners jury has cleared Senator Goebel of the shooting of Cashier Saiiforc Thursday At an inques held Friday morning the jury foum that Sanford came to his death from a wound caused by a pistol ball firec from the hands of William Goebel in KANSAS April spe cial from saya The Lacey mail carrier brings news of an other battle between the Dover train robbers and United States in which two more outlaws have On Tuesday night the marshals had located their quarry and were waiting for day During the night the birds had flown Taking the they were tracked to a de serted ranch 70 miles northwest of The outlaws were surrounded Wednesday night by the officers and Their reply was a volley of Then followed a desperate The outlaws attempted to fopce their way out and after a short battle three of them closely pursued by part of the the balance taking charge of the two outlaws who had been None of the marshals were badly wounded except who received a bullet wound in the shoulder more painful than The names of the dead men are not but they will be brought here for Cripple Creek April Marshal Cummings arrested a man filling the description of one of the Cripple Creek express robbers while he was trying to board a freight train at this place Fri He will taken to Cripple Creek to be The man was dressed as a laborer and had consider able ADVISED TO PLANT Northwestern Hold u Rally to Consider the April Minnesota saw a gathering of farmers here such as even the most exciting po litical campaign could not bring At the little town of Daw near the western border of tne about people attended the great potato rally arranged by the Minneapolis Louis Two large meetings were at each of which general freight agent of the Minneapolis and the potato ex addressed the farmers on the need of diversifying their farming operations and the special ad vantage of the potato as a profitable crop for in far the inevitable bnt not always successful Great enthusiasm was University Athletes to ANX April tele gram was received from the Association of the of Cali forma accepting a proposition for i dual meeting of athletic teams of tha university and the University of Mich June at Is the dat asked for and will probably be ac It to Scare FORT April ru mor that several society women ha been indicted for cardplaying was the outcome of a practical joke a mai played on his The telephon system took it up and for awhile thing were Prices Cream Baking Powder Mwteland Ollhousn and Tanks April fire broke out in the ot the At lantic Refining company here at noon Friday and at this hour the flames are still Two of the large tanks containing several thou sand gallons of oil exploded during the conflagration and some of the firemen lad a narrow The entire plant will be a total was valued at The origin of the fire is un Gentry in April the who shot and killed iis Margaret Madge York the in this city on Feb ruary was arraigned before a coro ners jury Friday afternoon and form ally committed to prison to await the action of the grand Gentry is practically recovered from the wounds he inflicted upon President Will 1ay Income April President Cleveland will pay the income tax on his official That section ol the constitution which provides that the presidents salary when fixed by law shall not be diminished during his term of office does not exempt his salary from the income tax according to the presidents own interpretation of the April Sa vannah steam rice one of the old est rice mills in this burned Thursday The mill was owned by a stock capitalized at which is about the value of the The loss is on rice stcred in the estimated at fully in Off for SAN April coast defense vessel Monterey departed from here with more secrecy than is usually the case when a vessel leaves on a She is undoubtedly going to and not to said surgeon of the 15en now at Mare Fell Ailexp Willie April Handron lit his pipe in bed Thursday afternoon and fell The bed clothing caught Handronwas overcome by and was horribly He was taken to the hospital in a dying Killed by Cuvliie April Jeterman was instantly killed while 40 feet down in the groung digging a the earth eavinir in on Baltimore Ohio I reltclit Depot April Hal titnore fc Ohio freight depot here was burned Friday The passen ger depot was also slightly Lovs will probably reach about   

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