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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 12, 1888, Atlantic, Iowa
The Telegraph it will be passed the semite Tariff Bill to go throng tills so the uti publicans say Ingalls to links to the Wos will incl flu mod i Hunt Ion of Trio Lum Ber Ami u Rolu Tulou of guitar opening week of the second session of Colaresi was not noteworthy in any respect sex sep for the Small amount of Bush Sci transacted and the surprising Scarcity o the number of Bills and resolutions reduced was singularly Ami none of them were o Especial the Senate resumed immediately the consideration of the Tariff Bill in accordance with the agree Ien made before the it seems now As though the promises made at tha time were to be and the Tariff measure was to occupy the entire Atten ten of the Senate until it is disposed of this is the programme and unless it is All other legislation will be sidetracked until the Tariff in its amended has passed the Senate 1 Here seems to be no reason to doubt that it will although there will be certain changes made before it will be acceptable the Republican Mem Bers of the this was fore shadowed by the action of senator plumb in introducing an which he afterwards reducing the rates proposed in the Bill for certain forms of the action of senator plumb was generally regarded As a feint to bring out the amendments to the Bill it is Are to be accepted by the committee to conciliate the Western speaking of the possibilities of Tariff legislation to a representative of the United senator Ingall said there is no doubt that the Bill will pass the although it will be i think in accordance with the i think the lumber schedule will be modified and that the Iron schedule will be the West will ask a modification of the sugar with the 50 per reduction wich it is now proposed to a cent a Pound win be sufficient Protection to this Young even with this Bounty the Cost of sugar to the people will be greatly for we cannot for the present at to Supply a very Large proportion of the sugar consumed in this Doi you think the Bill will pass the Senate before the Christmas holidays it is was the reply but i dont think we can finish it by that we go ahead with How the exclusion of other business until it is i spots what do you expect the House to do with it 1 believe that get into Confer and that before the fiftieth con Gress the two houses will have agreed upon a what sort of a Meas ure it will it would be difficult to but i believe to will come to an Acree there Are two separate orders on the Senate Calendar for the present one of them is the Pacific Railroad fund they will give Way to the Striff the House congressional directory for the present which has just been contains an unofficial list of members of the fifty first Congress this list was compiled with great care by clerk of the Senate committee on by personal correspondence with the return ing officials of each of the several and with the candidates who have received it gives the republicans the House by a majority of the parties according to his estimates stand ing republicans to gives each party two Mem Bers from West the third he gives to the re the Story current on Friday that a recount in the fifteenth new York District gave the seat to Bacon has been traced to a facetious assistant door keeper of the from new York Aon Thern Republican movement is on foot to in at an Early a conference of Republican representative select from the Southern and Border to talk Over a View to casting their votes As a unit for the candidate for speaker most Likely to favor measures in which their sections and to agree upon a slate for committee their Pur it is is to act As a unit in All matters touching their thus make their Power Felt in delayed by defects in is under stood owing to serious defects in the English recommended by a Board of naval officers and adopted by Whitney for the Battle ship work on that vessel has been abandoned until new Are now being prepared by the shall have been democratic has issued a Call for a caucus of the democratic members in the Hall of the House of representatives for the purpose of considering measures relating to the and and the general policy to be pursued Dur session driven crazy by his wife the insane Man who was arrested Friday for persisting in attempt into see the was taken Back to Bis Home at Bucks his insanity was caused by the death of Bis wife last order must be president has ordered the removal of James United states and at Phila Hoffman is Cha ged with Pil Baker with Chicago press club unanimously Aswed a Resolution endorsing will Meredith for Public Minnesota Twenty thousand squatters to to evicted from Paul executions have been issued in the District court for the eviction of polish squatters living on the upper in the Vicinity of new a Lith the land on which these squatters have built their Homes is owned by a since the building of the High Bridge began the property has greatly increased in and the Syndicate has had it platted into which Are offered for four month ago the attorney for the Syndicate Soroud notice on the squatters that they must some of them have lived on the Flats for Twenty there Are this is the first attempt that has been made to oust it is Fen Rad that the will meet with armed resistance from the squatters when they go Down to enforce the the Syndicate has already sold some of the occupied and one of the Pur chasers wus driven off by Tho when he went Down to look Over his a big natural gits he entire capital Stock of was rep resented at the meeting o f t h e Philadelphia natural g us com Pany in this City the meeting was for Tho purpose of action on the recommendation of the Board of directors that Bonds to the amount of 000 be president West of Korige Enghouse stat e d that the present indebtedness is it is Fie intention to Issue immediately ouly to pay off this and the balance will meet future the vote of the stockholders on the Resolution was practically unania Only five voting was Trio powder honest times will print a spicy article under the Cap Tion was the powder or was dynamite used to burst the big gun the Tenor of the article is that the cart Ridge that burst the Hainsworth cast steel Cannon at Annapolis was prepared solely by men whose whole reputation depended on proving the Hains Worth gun a and quo be a Mem Ber of the ordnance Board As saying just before the test that either the run or the ordnance Board had to go to Hayti must Hig confidential clerk of Commodore left for new York with Secre tary Whitney sealed orders for Admiral the Hytien of nothing definite is known of tha but an Well says that in cose the ship Hayti ii re Public is not released immediately Admiral Luce has been ordered to Shell the Galena left last night at and the Richmond and Yanic will follow anarchists not police encountered no trouble whatever with the anarchists and no meetings of latter were held either in the City or sub As has been their custom hereto on the streets about the Hay Market were thronged with people during the afternoon in expectation of an anarchist the police kept the crowds and they finally the entire police Force was held in Reserve All White Caps at Temperance White Cap no Tice was left last wednesday night at Thomas cases notifying him that unless he vacated the building with in Twenty four hours it would be burned to the Casey did not heed the and saturday Nicht the build ing was the White Caps left notices at several other saloons sat urday night to take warning by cases and leave an insurance swindler said to be from was arrested saturday night in upon a warrant charging him with fraudulently issuing to parties in this City insurance upon which he dad collected he had been doing business in Nashville several and left just after a fire upon which he carried a wheat rowing in meeting of Bhe miners of southwestern Kansas was held the Millers propose to try and induce the Farmers of the Southwest to sow More and also to Plant More White it is understood that at the meeting very satisfactory arrange ments were made with the Railroad ii re Garding freight a chinese gambling Only chinese store in town was raided last night and thirty one who were ambling in a Back room were considerable Money and an extensive ambling was the chinese claim to have come Here from other cities to thinking they would not be co stocks society Sui Especial agent of Anthony Corn stocks society for the suppression of has made affidavit which he brings against the society and its he claims that one of its with the knowledge of receives a year from who Are accorded the Protection of the Canon Littles first Sermon in new of Worcester preached sunday at holy Trinity irom the text John 3 i am he and the and the the discourse was an Able exposition of doctrine and a Bank wreckers the mail Steamer arrived from Imong her passengers was Gideon Israel the Toronto Central Bank in charge of an English Harriett and inspector Stark left for Toronto on the mail Shell and his work to will resume his evictions on Dei Koines River trusting in Cleveland to veto the will quieting the settlers Likely to meet armed Fate of Nathan fort close upon the excitement occasioned by the news thut Congress had passed a Bill quieting the River land settlers Richard Snells return from Kansas City and the announcement that he would remain in fort Dodge until a final settlement was made in every settlers Case created a further during the week just ended not a single writ of ejection had been and the remaining settlers had begun to congratulate themselves that they would be Al Lowed to occupy their Homes All the principal reason for this inactivity was the appearance of a cold would necessarily make the eviction process a Little too inhuman to be de sired by the land owners or countenanced by the local was and Marshall Forsee had returned to Des marshal Holbrook was Busy attending court in and All these facts tended to make the thanksgiving feast of the a evicted River Landers a much More significant occasion than it would otherwise have and the average while returning thanks for past earnestly up a request for a continuance of the his prayer was not and the coincident return of Snell and Cali fornia weather makes things again assume a More dubious Snell treats the passage of the Bill by and confidently asserts that it will be vetoed by he says the River land company will Accord the Bill and the Only effect will be that settlement will be made More the remaining writs of ejectment on Snells land will be placed in the hands of United states marshal Holbrook at once for immediate the pledge to resist further evictions at the the Shotgun made by members of the settlers Union at a secret meeting held will now be fully the pledge was the result of indignation at the Fate of Nathan a member of the settlers whose death was occasioned by exposure attend ant upon ejectment from his their earnestness was however when the Complete possessions of a settler who had purchased his land from the River land company were destroyed by an incendiary fire the following which act is openly ascribed to this feeling of resistance was augmented by news of congressional and any immediate it is will precipitate a of the Iowa delegation say there is no doubt that the House Bill to quiet the title to the settlers on the Des Moines River lands in would be passed by the Senate the first of next the they beyond a reasonable will veto the although some of the Tea Tures which met his objections and caused him to veto the first Bill of this charac Are not in this they say he will now want to veto if for no other to keep his record straight on the contested railway Secretary of the sitting with the assist ant attorney heard argument of counsel on the part of the Railroad company in the Case of the United states against the Louis and san Francisco railway the Case came up on a citation to the Railroad company to show cause Why patents to about nine thousand acres of land on the line of this Road Between and the Western Boundary of the alleged to have been occasionally used about two should not be the government claims that these lands were reserved to the United states by act of june and consequently did not belong to the company under its act of july vice president John of the Louis and san appeared As counsel for his it is stated that the lands in controversy have Long since passed out of the hands of the to settlers who have in Many cases resold them to Oday maintained that the original and later the patents from the conveyed an absolute Aud incontestable and that a r recent decision of a United states in a similar establishes his knitting women on a one third of the women and girls in George Bronson american knitting Mills went on a strike against a proposed change of wages on certain classes of stockings made on the employees were notified of a reduction of 8 cents on these the former rate being 11 they would not agree to and be tween 180 and j40 people went Leav ing six girls and four women at work on that kind of Duenos ares is reported that in various districts in especially in county the prevailing distress among the agricultural population is there is a Large demand among labourers in these districts for assistance to most of the applicants asking for transportation to Buenos ares in preference to the United governor bulk Leys elect Bulkley has selected for his staff adjutant Lucuis bar Jour of president of the will Mantic thread company quartermaster William Rudd of and a member of the Republican state the other selections Are not made it was a the by Stoel under forty pounds the Bigga manufactured by the Pittsburg steel company on january 12 was tested in this City and proved a miserable fail the first shot was sred at Tho gun was charged with Only thirty six pounds of this shot was fired All and its effect was a Geyser of mud and Earth and a commo Tion among the dredging vessels in the the second trial was made with forty pounds of when it was touched beams and huge piles of steel were scattered in every the Carriage and were buried under a huge pile of big a piece of steel burst Oil the gun nearly three feet Long and two feet and was thrown fifty feet other pieces of steel were lying All the Structure in which the gun was and which was demolished by the exploded took but the Homes were soon the Breech of the up to several inches in front of the was busted to the destruction of the Carriage and other preparations for the test Cost the government Between 000 und the Pittsburg steel company loss is Knight of the says the gun burst simply because it could not stand the he did not if the Breech had been it would have been Able to resist the president Johnson of the Pittsburg said he was perfectly satisfied with the fairness of the the gun weighed was sixteen feet and was made of Bessemer Oast a Field of Post office times print reports from correspondents in Twenty four Western counties in giving the number of republicans who have become candidates for thirteen Hundred and eight six Are re ported by Yoo being an average of seven for each horsemen conscience less turkmen expelled from the association for Board Otap peals of the american trotting association concluded its session in this and summary punishment was meted out to ten who were expelled from the Vanness and sire of new Burt Sheldon of and Joseph Heinrich of Roches were expelled for entering horses under Fuluso Barney minor land of for entering the Mare Mollie Dunbar As Mabel b Walter of Flat and Fred Alexander of de expelled for ringing in horse Billy at Fred Russell of and Carey of expelled for flooring a horse out of the proper class Crist of expelled for ringing in the horses John l and Deacon Marlow Dave Hummer of expelled for making a fraudulent entry in the course Olney of expelled for ringing in the horse Turk Franklin As the cases against William Kelly the Geyser of new York and Gleason and Barney Mcnutt of Pittsburg for were continued until next Clara Barton and the Clara bar president of the red Cross Assoc a has returned to Washington from a visit to where she spent thanksgiving week distributing Money among nurses who had received no pay for services rendered during the yellow fever epidemic in that nurse alleged that the persons who called them into the places declined to pay miss Barton having some time ago paid in full every nurse engaged by the red Cross those who had other Wise been pressed into service naturally desiring to be compensated for their work appealed to her Tor upon receipt of the pitying appeals the Good lady took immediate Steps to relieve the wants of the Tho result of her determination was a personal visit to the nurses and the disbursement among them of several thousand the of the injured in last sundays Battle Between the opposing factions of chinese High have and another is not expected to none of the High binders accused of the murder by the coroners jury have been not withstanding a most diligent search by the at a meeting of prominent chinese at which the mayor and the chief of police were it was resolved to break up All High bind ers societies in a Law and order society has been organized by Chi Nese merchants to cooperate with the police and notices have been posted through Chinatown ordering All High binders to disband or abide the con damages from the Hayti ii it Ashing Alexander Porter arbitrator of the govern ments of the United states and to decide upon the claim of the representatives of Charles Adrian Van Bok for damages for his illegal imprisonment in and at has filed in the depart ment of and in the Hytien Lega an opinion and award in favor of a claim for by the terms of Proton the award is to be paid within a the president resumed his receptions to tha owing to the fact that it was not generally there was but a Small crowd waiting in the East room to shake lands with these receptions have been suspended for several in order that the president might devote Lis entire attention to the preparation of his message to hereafter they will be held As usual at on the mondays and wednesdays and Gaudur against Backer of the Jake offers to match Gaudaur against Ocon the race to be rowed a san fran Cisco next John predicts that Oconnor will defeat the and says that although should prefer to wait until Oconnor brings Back the worlds if Oconnor wants a match with Gaudaur before he goes to Australia he can have Sali Burys Anglo Indian newspapers demand that lord Salis Bury explain his calling Navroji a Black Man Aud an the daily asks that a Frank apology be made to and declares that lord Salis Burys reference to him is a Blunder of which the merest political Tyro ought of cube shooting to i j a mob attempts to break into the deadly Throe instantly seven fatally and about thirty others More or injured by the Sher Iff and decl a crowd which had been collecting on the streets for several hours saturday advanced on the county jail at Midnight with the intention of Lynching charged with the murder of his wife and when the was within a few feet of the jail and had failed to heed numerous warnings from the the officers inside the building opened instantly killing three of the fatally wounding Sev and Mote or Leas seriously wounding about thirty the following a a full list of those shot Post and a very pro mint citizen an unknown negro a Painter of East Lake Colbert Smith a civil shot through the shoulder Charles shot through the probably fatally a me shot in the left will Proba Bly die Charles shot through the since died wounded in since he a Beneve Dufo have lived at slightly wounded in the jaw Shofu through both lags while sitting on a porch at the Cor of Twenty first and third Avenue John shot in the leg Matt shot through both legs and in the left Arm a shot in both legs Gilmore shot through the May die Frank dead Albert seriously wounded in the will Youngblood and who were reported killed or were not Thomas of the second regi ment of state arrived with five and is confident that he can prevent any further attempt at mob Vio the excitement has somewhat Smith and chief of police Picard were arrested on a charge of murder Over the two More military making ten in have All is quiet at this time and no further trouble is the military in the outraged Public expected to make an special to the american from says the City is a military civil authorities have practically stepped Down and out and Cpl Tom Jones of with thirteen miliary companies is absolutely in charge jail guarded by state with picket lines extended several squares in and at each approach there frowns the countenance of a oat Ling mounted scouts i Are sent out of the City and at regular intervals acquaint with the condition of the Public mind and prospects of armed rising by the the streets been a maddened and very Little oratorical pyrotechnics Couly read ily organize a Liob whose solemn duty would be declared to be to avenge the murder of the popular Throckmorton and those who fell by i All along the Walls of the City of various signed by thousands of one of these recites at length the fact that sheriff Smith has Butch in cold some of the Best citizens of the and asked governor Beay to immediately relieve him of his duties As another Side by reads this is to hang him and was signed by the thousands of great excitement was caused by the funeral cortege through the streets of one of the the lengthy pro cession was headed by a brass baud play ing solemn the Post office build ing is draped in mourning and makes mute Appeal to every 1 at 5 Oclock a citizen went before a inst Lee of the peace and swore out a War for the arrest of sheriff Smith and its deputies on the charge of murder this was served by the who Smith in the and the Coroner himself took charge of the during the afternoon the Rumor be came widespread that miners from Pratt about five Miles from this would after March to the armed with pistols and dynamite and with the increase to their tanks that was assault the Soli overs and with dynamite blow Ito atoms1 the will be attempted expected by the though1 successful finale is not what the sheriff i sheriff Smith Suys we begged and pleaded with the crowd to keep and then they fired the first several shots were bred by the crowd before i gave the order to we begged them to halt at thai Mouth of the and still they kept coming we begged them to go time and warned them we would but they would not listen to they came half Way up the Alley close to the jail and were shouting up the jail with after All and after they opened Frej i gave the order to they continued firing after we i feel Chat could not have done anything else under the and 1 deeply regret the the chief of police made a similar stated catholics and Large meet ing was convened Here to favor the project of erecting a statue of the about 600 socialists begged admission to the and created an uproar and pref vented the speakers from completing their a desperate fight bet tween the catholics and socialists in the course of which Many sons were the police were finally compelled to fire into the rlotou4 crowd in order to quell the disturbance and several persons were after bean restored the leaders of mob were locked passenger agents How they stand in with the tar the principal object for which chairman Cooley and of the interstate Commerce came to this City is to in Earth the illegal practice been resorted Ito toy the f rally Piff to evade the provisions of the interstate Commerce Law in regard to foreign tray the methods pursued in thu teat Ter Are fully As thai As those resorted to on freight tray about which commission a lorded the the desired Opportunity to violate the fourth Section of the and this is the reason Why the perpetuation of this sys tem is strongly and by in order not to tween intermediate most of the railroads now transact All business through brokers or the scalpers Are Large blocks of on which re they Are paid commissions amounting to nearly on half their which the scalpers sell at reduced thus the rates in most instances Are lower than the rates to intermediate in order to evade longhand Short haul the1 through the regular Railroad offices a Renman trained at Tariff schedule but travellers Are Given to understand that1 they1 can get cheaper rates by going to scalpers a statement lately furnished chair Man Abbott of the Western states pass Enger revealed the fact1 Tufts there were tickets to Missouri River Points and pan and Minne Apolis in the hands of scalpers the Tariff value of which Waso Fer were sold to them at about behalf i their regular this Large blocks of in scalpers hands from Day to day6nkwhich they receive a Large Dar ing the last few Days a Man and Many of tha local ticket agents of the various Western have examined by the commission Regardi Ilg these but what evidence gave could not be the commissioners conducting the examination f Are one who offices in nearly every prominent City in the in saturday and of cd is Learned that neither entreaties nor threats could induce him to answer a question As to the roads that Furni Sheil Hutn and at what prices or upon what conditions he obtained mul Ford it is said Given to answer the questions of the or be committed for contempt 1a madman work he attempts to cremate his tacking the Glen Day morning the residence of Jesse cast Ner was discovered to be on fire and cries were Jacob and other neighbors burst into the place and while trying to extinguish the fire Castner became violent and it was necessary to tie the aged wife of Gastner says was awakened about i found the clothes closet on i tried to give an but Jesa caught me and pushed me towards cake he had set the lamp inn among the clothes and on and he also set fire to my just before Frome got in i got away Ana started for the and he pushed me and i fell to the Bottom v Castner was terribly and her hand plainly showed the Marks other Titis bands Teeth where he had bitten her his desperate attempt to cremate after the fire or Castner we he seized an and turning quickly aimed a Savage blow Abirl i join which luckily Himi Nicast Ner then i set about i demolishing tote hacking the furniture to fully half the villagers v gathered about the but kept a Sale finally the old Man threw the taxi it and before be i he was Over As possible he transferred to Morris Plains this is the third fire the Gas Toner Resi Caster is an elder of the i presbyterian much he has been subject to the pm rate the spirit of manifested by the state Navy has emboldened the Oyster pirates of the Chesapeake to the Point of recklessness and they so Tor forgot them selves saturday j night1 As to turn their Amis i on passenger Steamer a As the of the Chester River was coming out of Chester River Oil her Way to Baltimore she passed a Large Fleet of dredges at when the Steamer passed them the pirates began to one of the passengers the Steamer answered with a then the dredges opened fire and riddled the Side of the Corsica with bullets arid Buck there i were thirty posse users aboard the but they were in their Cabins expect the one who dared to Yeu at the i a a Lake Shore freight train of thirty five cars waa run into by a switch engine of the Nickle plate Road near grand both engines and several cars were damaged to the extent of the tracks rpt the two roads run parallel and Are connected by one of which was left open after the and a Mich Igan Central train was transferred to the Nickle plate the wreck before it could be fortunately the passenger train was running ten Miles a Stanton too Engineer of the but sustained Only slight a peremptory the officers at Wolsley Garrison a Short time ago invited Charlet the famous War and author of the Russia to deliver a lecture on the possibility and Means of cutting off russian Road to the invitation was cent cd and the arrangements Tor the but upon learning of the projected discourse the War office put upon it a peremptory Sagasta to form a new Sonor Sagasta Baa been entrusted with the formation of a new it is admitted As it is claimed by to will experience you plating his
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