Waterloo Daily Courier, October 22, 1895

Waterloo Daily Courier

October 22, 1895

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Waterloo Daily Courier (Newspaper) - October 22, 1895, Waterloo, Iowa y E Established 1838 stablished 189O FIFTH Five IOWA TUESDAY EYEOTNG OCTOBER 22 1895 THE FOWLER COMPANY Wholesale Grocers lie in paying too much for ia thing or in paying too little If you buy a watch for less than we ask youll not get as good quality If you pay more you pay too much because we sell the best there is The same rule applies to our Jewelry and Silverware Our OPTICAL depancftnent is in oharge of a competent OPTICIAN EYES TESTED FKBE Balliett L Weld Opposite Logan House WILLIAMS KERN Attorneys at Law Collections made Office over Frank Bros Clothing Iowa J C P JACKSON Lawyer 215 East 4th V Waterloo Town GBO B MILLER Attorney Law COS Commercial Street Waterloo Iowa CHAS B HALLIDAY Attorney and Counselor at Law Conveyancing Probate Law and Equity Practice a specialty Office 103East Fourth St Waterloo Town CHAS L STUBBS Physician and Surgeon Ofllce 217 East JourtliStreet Telephone 92 Residence 327 Almond St Waterloo Iowa DR GK j Eye Ear Nose and Throat SPECTACLES FITTED Office in Courier Block Bridge St Waterloo la DR FRANK CARROLL Physician and Surgeon Special attention given to diseases of the Eye Ear Nose and Throat Dr O J Fuilertons office over Wood West falls drug store Office hours 1 30 to p m J E SEDGWICK Attorney and Examiner of Land Titles Complete Set of Abstract Nooks Office 1811A Bridge Street G FRANKLIN Organist Christ Church Waterloo late of Tope ka Kas and Kansas City Mo Teacher of Piano Pipe Organ and Voice Prof Franklin has endorsements of his excel lence as a teacher from Bishop Millspaugh of Kansas and others seen or address at421 Pine street Can teacli pupils at their residences 1503lmo FINE MERCHANT TAILORING Large Line of Samples for Fall and Winter Wear Wanamakor Browns celebrated make Call and examine I can save you money J A PAULING Agent Office with Squire Kuhns In PierocBlowers block ICast Fourth street HOME TREATMENT FOR LADIES OfBoe 521 West 4th St Hours 1 to 0 p m Lady attendant ONB GIVES RELIBP MOMOEDOCTfilNE A Handsome Complexion In cue of the charms a woman can powesi POUOMII OOMPLBZIOK given It The United States Should Use It in the v Venezuela Contrpyeisy Or Abandon It as a Scarecrow Wliich Has Ceased to Frighten Such the Opinion of Senator Da vis as Expressed in an Interview ST PAUL Got Davis left ou an evening train for the East where he will remain some time as the guasb of Senator Hoar On Oct 23 Senator Davis will address the Historical and Antiquarian Society of Worcester at its annual meeting on 4 The Formation of Nfw Cominon in the Northwest The ad dress will be based largely on the per sonalobservations of the senator of the growth of the Northwest Before leaving the senator in an in terview said One Fact Should Ho Remembered The Monroe doctrine has recently been brought into general considera tion said Senator Davis by aggres sive acts of Great Britain upon the re publics of Venezuela and Nicaragua It was declared by President Monroe in his annual message in 1823 It did not originate from any cause then opera tive within this hemispere It was pro voked by threats of European aggression against the Spanish American republics This fact should always be borne in miud in construing that famous declara tion The senator then explained briefly the causes leading up to the enunciation of the doctrine and quoted the principal declaration of the message of president Monroe in which his famous was enunciated The Aggressions of Great Britain The recent affair at Corinto was touched upon and then the present Venezuelan trouble The aggressions of Great Britain upon Venezuela have been continuously perpetrated for nearly 50 years They have been so flagrant imperious and uncompromising that diplomatic rela tions have not existed between those countries since 1887 There was little or noquestiou about the boundry line previous to 1840 About that time Great Britain began to assert extended claims and to follow up the assertions by gradual occupancy until at present she claims territory to the westward of the original bouudry for several hundred miles and nearly to the south or east bank of the Orinoco river at its mouth The two nations have been disputing as to the boundry fpi more than bO years and during nearly every year of the contention Great Britain has changed and enlarged her claims until now she stands upon Her Present Exorbitant Demand of about twothirds of Venezuela south and east of the Orinoco It reduces the area of Venezuela by at least 70000 square miles Venezuela powerless to resist has over and over again offered to submit thequestion1 The United States has requested Great Britain to consent to settle the question in tliat way The same request has been made by Spain and by 10 of the Spanish American republics Great Britain has repeatedly refused and has continued her encroachments Venezuela is our nearest neighbor in South America Its capital is six days journey from Washington The mouth of the Orinoco liver is about six days voyage by steamship from New York Our commercial relations with Venez uela are most encouraging and are in creasing in value Her coast fronts towards the Gulf of Mexico Jamaica the Windward islands and the outlet of the Nicaragua canal Intervene or Abandon the Doctrine Considering this situation and the other facts to which I have adverted in relation to the seizure said the senator I say most confidently that the United States ought to intervene in the busi ness or formally abandon the Monroe doctrine as a scarecrow which will no longer frighten It will be asked in what manner should tliis government assert these principles in cases where their infrac tion is deemed by it as dangerous to our peace and safety I answer by all means within our power exhausting first the resources of peace and these failing an appeal to force Does Not Apprehend Trouble I do nob apprehend any war with England arising out of existing condi tions or out of anything which we can forsee She is a prudent nation with all her power She has given in the Dominion of Canada a hostage of peace to the United States far outvaluing the utmost tha she can hope to obtain or inflict by war I think that firm re monstrance and an attitude so unyield ing that it will demonstrate cer tainty of warlike action as the last extremity will repress aggression assert our dignity secure our safety and vin dicate our principles Iowa Meet BURLINQTON la Oct Iowa Baptist state convention commenced its 64th annual session iu this city at the Mrst Baptist church The convention five days ONE WAY TO HARMONIZE iy Representative Say It Ti ylly the Withdraw JSTEw YORK Oct attempt of tiie Democratic state committee to har nibhixe the regular aud reform factions of the party on legislative candidates will probably bo abortive Perry Bel nipnt and his colleagues on the hor rabny committee spout eight hours in conference with the opposing forces but without result Neither side any inclination to make concessions It was finally decided that propositions would be drawn up and submitted to the harmony committee Tammany will offer to divide tiie leg islative patronage with the State Democ racy on a numerical basis but will de cline to concede the demand of the Grace people for onethird of the candi dates for senators and assemblymen TheyUl Never Wltlulr jw James T Martin chairman of the exi ecntive committee of indi cated the programme of that organiza tion in an interview The Tammany men who Have been nominated he said cannot be induced to withdraw nor would the conventions which nominated them ever sanction their withdrawal The bosses of the State Democracy may be able to sot up and knock down candidates at will but you cant do any such a thing in Tam many Hall When aman wins a nom ination in Tammany Hall he is entitled to it and nothing can it away from him We think we can win in the dis puted districts The Grace people are already discredited with the voters No Democrat is going to vote for a State Democracy or assembly or senatorial candidate when he knows that the vote is going to help elect a Republican United States senator Hill Anxioxis for Harmony Senator Hill is anxious to bring about harmony but he evidently does not quite understand the situation in New York Tammany cannot give way to an organization that has been stab bing the Democratic party in the back for years If the State Democracyis really anxious to secure a Democratic majority in the nest assembly and sen ate let them withdraw all their candi dates and turn in and support the regu lar Democratic nominees We will guarantee to them whatever considera tion in the way of patronage the numer ical strength of their organization en titles them to ALASKAN BOUNDARY Citizens of That Territory Are Greatly Agitated Over the Question SEATTLE Wash citi zens of Alaska greatly exercised over the boundary line question and propose to take steps in the matter with out delay They do not want to see what they term the richest portions of the United States annexed to British Col umbia aud say they will fight before they will see it taken The paramount reason of renewed activity in the boun dary liue the brilliant out lookof the mining properties along the Yukon and in the vicinity of Juneau Prospectors are arriving in Juneau almost hourly with news of rich finds and good feeling nans rife Every one is happy and unite in saying that Alaska is the richest coun try on the face of the globe and for this reason they desire to arouse sentiment on the boundary line question is not uncommon to hear the ex pression Give us 10 leagues or we will fight They argue that England knows full well the vast richness of the country and will leave no stone unturned to ac desires NO BURLINGTON COMBINE Receiver Burlicpli Denies a Rumor Re garding Northern Pacific SEATTLE Oct 22 Receiver A F Burliegh of the Northern Pacific on his return from New York said My attention was called to an inter view in the Spokaue Review published at Spokane Wash in which it was stated or implied that arrangements were made for a combination on my part with the Burlington for eastern connection by way of Billings There is no foundation for such a statement or for the rumor on which it may be based No friction or loss is entailed by the diversity of receivers on the Northern Pacific The business of all the depart ments of the road and of all the divis ions is in good condition and will be kept so Town Marshal Killed CRIPPLE CREEK Colo Oct Town Marshal Dan Benton of Gold field was instantly killed and Frank Smith Andy Coylo aud Frank Stevens seriously wounded in a spirited battle in the little town of Goldfield at the foot of Bull Hill in which revolvers shotguns and rifles were called into Touched Up tho Iostofflcc MADISON S D Oct The post office here was entered by burglars and the safe blown open being taken from the money chest Three registered letters the money order vouchers for the week and other office documents are missing European Sugar Trust LONDON Oct A Vienna dispatch to The Chronicle says that a sugar trust comprising all but two of the Austro Hungarian refineries has been formed to limit the yearly output of sugar for two years to 250000 tons Ills under thoiaufiplcos of the state board at has crtptxmid a worlds that of pacing tonrmi Tho record la intulo by Kfllo and Prestorlu Wilkoa 2 DECLARED IT OFF WHOLE 3SrO 3521 The Florida Athletic Club An nounces There Will 13o No Fight Between Corbett and Fitzsim For Post poiiement Corbetts Representative Agreed to This But Julian Said No HOT SPRINGS Ark Oct fight between Corbett ami is declared off by tho Florida Athletic club at a conference between the man agers of Corbetfc and Fitzsimmons Tho club asked that the contest bo post poned until Nov 11 Brady acqniesed but Julian would not Tho contest was then declared off Brady then said his lust say that Cor bott would meet any man in the world Fitzsimmons preferred on Nov 11 the man to be named within 24 hours Vemlig announced he would match Maher against Corbett and find some one to take his place against ODonnell BEFORE THE SUPREME COURT The Decision to Ho Iasaed Upon HOT SPRINGS ArkOct Attorney General Kiusworthy has gone to Little Rock in possession of a complete tran script of the evidence and records of the Corbett habeas corpus case tried Satur day before Chancery Judge Leather man The supreme court will review tho same at the earliest practical mo moht General Kinsworthy in au inter said he believed the supreme court would reverse the chancellors judgment but refused to say why he entertained the belief He also said he believed the decision was not correct butagain declined to give any reason ftOjhis He would not dis if he kiieywhat action Governor Q10ie would take should the supreme court sustain the decision Julian He Will Not Sign The Florida Athletic club will meet the representatives of Corbett and Fitz siinmous about 110011 at the Arlington hotelifora discussion of the articles of agreement which Julian who has full power from Fitzsimmons to act says positively he will not sign Brady says Julian should bring his man here and let him and Corbett settle tho matter in the arena News from Little Rock is looked for here with great interest The concen sus of belief is that the governor will foall out the troops and issue a proclama tion for a meeting of the legislature in session extraordinary notwithstanding assertion that he would not do this if the fight were to be pulled off in the state house yard Developments of the ensuing 48 hours are eagerly awaited by the local people SPAIN OBJECTS TO IT Will Not Allow SMreury OIncy to In vestigate Muttevs in Culm CHICAGO Oct TimesHer alds Washington correspondent sends the following Haughty Spain declines to permit the United States to conduct an investigation into the condition of affairs in Cuba Th project of sending a commission of inquiry to Cuba has therefore been abandoned Secretary Oluey did not make i fcrmal proposal of this nature lut instructed the United States minister at Madrid Mr Taylor to sound the Spanish foreign office us to its views To this end in quiry wasorally made and au oral re ply was given thereto by the Spanish premier Senor Cauovas informed Mr Taylor that Spain could not entertain such a proposal that the rebellion in Cuba was a small affair with which Spain was abundantly able to deal without as sistance from any other power That Spain could not for one moment con sider any proposal on the part of a for eign power to conduct an investigation into the domestic affairs of his majestys government Minister Taylor commu nicated this reply to Secretary Oluey by telegraph the dispatch was before the cabinet at its meeting 011 Friday and the president and his advisers agreed to abide by Spains decision MOTOR PATENTS IN COURT Snit Involving Much Tnkcti Under Advisement In St Paul ST PAUL Oct case involving every electric street railway company in the United States and much money and property came up in the United States circuit court of appeals and after argu ment was taken under advisement The action is by the Adams Electric Rail way company against tho Lindell Rail way company both of St Louis but the real defendant is the General Elec tric company of New York It is a patent su t over the matter of the motor for electric cars tho competing patents being the sxnd the Adams the latter lo np claimed as tho original patent by the suit General IMtchcr Dead WASHINGTON Oct telegram has been received hero from Fort Bay ard N M announcing the death of General Thomas J Pitcher IT S A retired His remains will be brought to this city for interment GARLAND AND flAJESTIC Steel Ranges Huvo features you ctumot itud in other makes they have been tried arc economical durable ami please everybody aud our prices arc correct Air Tights and Wonders Are selling foster than wo can got them manufacturers being unable to procure sheet stool promptly and our assortment of Art Garlands Is becoming broken so wo advise curly purchases and will take pleas ure showing you if you want tho nicest and host that money can buy anywhere DID YOU Io0k our Pocket Butclier and O Bread Knives and Scissors CUTLER WmK COMPANY WRECKED THE VAULT RoblievH Use Dynamite to Kol an Ana conda Hunk BTJTTK Mon Oct An unsuc cessful attempt was made to rob Hoge Daley Co s bank at Anaconda A hole was cut through tho roof of the building to tho safe and a hole drilled and filled with dynamite which was touched off by a fuse A frightful ex plosion occurred which shattered plate glass and broke open tho vault A crowd soon collected and one of the rob bers was captured on tho roof of tho building He was recognized as a well known young mechanic named A L Pirpo Ho later implicated Will H Darling a young blacksmith as tho Originator and Louder in the attempted robbery Darling ran away when the explosion occurred and fell off a building breaking several ribs He went to his room whore lie was ar rested during tho afternoon They had been planning the robbery for three months or more and had made their own tools for tho job They worked all night on the roof and cut through sheet iron and about three foot of masonry and into the vault They found m silver but preferred tho gold of which there was about in a compartment and attempted to blow it out with dynamite but miscalculated the force of the explosive TO BOMBARD NEW YORK papers Talk f It XiOHHOIl CITY OP MEXICO Oct La tina a Spanish daily paper hero the organ of tho resident Spaniards de clares that when Spain has completed the subjugation of Cuba she will send the Sixth division of the Spanish navy to bombard Now York thus inaugurat ing a war with n nation of barbarians who although numerically superior to tiie bpamards arc really contemptible blustering dwarfs Spain must rely on her Spanish pride to tench tho Yankees a lesson The organs of the Spanish colony here are exceedingly bitter against the American people and war is a common tineat PLEAD GUILTY of tho WlHcoiiHln Railway Mon Who Kohbart Trains Sentenced GREEN BAY Oct Conductor Ed ward R Richardson and Brakeman John Moflfat the last of tho pang of railway men who robbed the Ch cag Milwaukee and bt Paul railroad curs to 10000 worth of merchandise plead guilty and on a compromise re ceived a jaiUjfenteiice of seven months TYPHOID AND DIPHTHERIA Botli Are Declared to Ho Epidemic in CHICAGO Oct The health de partment declared both diphtheria and typhoid fever epidemic in Chicago The department reported 330 new cases of diphtheria last week 494 per cent of which were fatal The epidemics are charged to impure water and the heallh commissioner has issued a warning against of unboiled water BRIEF BIT1T OF NEWS Oliver Cromwells head is said to have been found in Kent Eng Cashier Van Bokkoin of a Chicago bank returned of the he stole Don M Dickinson was defeated for nomination for mayor of Detroit in the Democratic city convention MANY PERSONS HOMELESS Over 11 Hundred Itulldlngx Destroyed by Firo at Algiers Ta NEW ORLEANS Oct broke out about 1 oclock in Algiers and be fore the flames were finally subdued de stroyed alxmt 100 small buildings and about 20 more pretentious structures including Iho courthouse and a number of handsome residences The fire started at tho corner of Bermuda and Morgan streets and swept in a south westerly direction It is estimated thai 700 persons are rendered homeless iosa by the ftro will not probably exceec insurance is light L S PARSONS Tlic Largest Institution of tiie kim In Iowa Twenty years old PARSONS MUSIC MALL 107109 E 4th St WATERLOO IOWA Capital and Surplus National Bank QFFICERS nr y W W Miller W S16000 W L niinffworth Vioo Pros A J EdWDrcla Cashier H O Aaut Caahlor SIX PER CENT INVESTMENTS IN SUMS TO SUIT Wo olTer for sale Flist Hortgages on Iowa ranus onwhich interest will he paid twice a year and guaranteed against loss These loans are absolutely safe and the Investor has no care whatever except to cut off the Interest cou pons and present them for payment at our offlee We attend to everything from the making bf the loan till final payment Wo should bo pleased to xplain our investments to you in person LEAVITT JOHNSON TRUST CO W R FRENCH DEALER IJf HIDES PELTS TALLOW FURS AND WOOL HIGHEST PRICES PAID 512 Lafayette St Waterloo Iowa BOGAK PICK El T J H1 LOOM J P PICKET LOGAN INSURANCE AGENTS Write Five Lightning Tornado Wind Storm and Plate Glass Insurance In and adjust losses for ten Companies repre senting over assets and all quick and liberal logs payers OFFICE CommercJal Street first stair way below Bridge Street Waterloo Iowa ONE G1VSS XELIEP ;