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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 14, 1888, Atlantic, Iowa The Telegraph collision at Tho steamers Iberia and tji Nln in moot in a thick the Kansas it Arthir of Tho awful disaster at Pittsburgh i Jocus recovered from Tho and half m More vet old and new Steamer which sailed from new York for Liverpool at Van into and carried away the Stern of the Fabre Hue freight Steamer Oft Long Island at 11 Oclock the umbras collision Bulkhead was partially crushed in above Tho water the Iberia was run and her Crew of thirty were taken aboard the the though her injuries Are not was brought Back to her gives the following account of the Acci Dent the Umbra had slowed Down on no of a thick fog soon after dismissing her Pilot at Sandy Hook at a whistle was apparently from the starboard the Captain ordered the engines stopped in almost immediately after this was done a Steamer came out of the fog directly across the Umbria headed the Umbria in Rines were at once but her h Midway carried her and she struck the Steamer on Tho port carrying a portion of her the bouts were lowered and the Umbria injuries ascertained As described meanwhile the steamers drifter apart and were out of sight of each other about fifteen when they encountered each other the first officer said that the Steamer was one of the Fabre with from the persian Sayles and Crew of thirty her machinery had broken Down and she had been trying to make repairs for thirty and had just Sot under Way when the Accident the Iberia was a Steamer of about one thousand belonging in and carried no her officers were French and her Crew arabs and the Umbria had on Board Cabin 67 intermediate and 182 steer there was great but the Good management of the officers pre vented serious the Crew of the Iberia seemed terribly they would be their frantic cries were plainly heard on the it took several hours to bring them All aboard the san goes was seen at the residence in Brook of consignee of the the Umbria was running at the rate of seventeen Miles an hour and came upon the Iberia without cutting her Clear that about on third of the Iberia was away and while the Forward was kept afloat by airtight two anchors were thrown out to keep the wreck from floating but it has probably sunk by this recovering the heartrending scones about the ill fated investigation of the disaster in Shaft at the Pittsburg and Cherokee Santa be mining company shows that the had More orders than they could and in their attempts to keep up they have been running an unusually Large Force of one Hundred and Ait your men were in the at they were ready to fire their the first shot had been but before a Man could be hoisted a terrible rumbling noise was heard and a Black of and dust shot into air from the Mouth of Tho tearing away the tracks upon which the cages Are hoisted and filling the Shaft with the explosion occurred of the East Side and is attributed to the inexperience of Home of the new before the men outside could recover their senses one of the miners appeared at the air Shaft nearly he was helped out and followed by others until a Large num Ber had How Many in not there was plenty of help at and those at the top devoted their attention to rescuing their entombed the Only slightly was first Canvas being tucked Over the about 13 Oclock the fan House was ready and fresh air wus pumped into the driving Back the poisonous Gas and averting attention was then turned to repairing the curbing so that the cages could be men lowered into the Shaft by rope and bucket could accomplish Noth at 2 the Cage was ready to and the first rescuing party were lowered into the owing to the bad air they could not remain on the first return of the Cage it contained a number of uninjured but badly demoralized the Bottom of the Shaft was to damaged that it was difficult to get at the As they were piled together at the while the living and badly wounded were hoisted to the at 4 five had Boon and at 1 four More were brought out this time they struck an entry containing twelve More a Large number of the killed Are French and italian a temporary Hospital was prepared in a Blacksmith shop near where Tho Hartro ruling scenes wore witnessed As the mangled and badly burned men were carried David Tweed and Ehmood died soon after being taken to the ninety bodies have been recovered from the and it is believed there Are still fort six in the the principal difficult Yin ascertaining the names of the victims of Tho horror lies in the fact that there were a Large number of new men who were not known to Tho Pittsburg and Many May never to the particulars of the appalling mine disaster at route on Friday Are about As Fol lows out of a total of 164 Meu who descended into the Only fourteen have been taken out the greater part of them being terribly burned and cannot thirty six bodies were found in the and West where the work of bad to be stopped until other parts the mine could be strengthened Botha it could be explored for the Rema Ulm Tim inn All he was bunkoed out of Aii respected was swindled out of by two Ono of them pretended he wanted to buy a farm of Williams and West there with a big Roll of Bills and a while waiting for William to prepare the Tho two played three card and the would be purchaser was cleaned out apparently by his to asked Williams to lend him until to got Back his Money and telegraphed to bos ton for Williams Camo to the Drew and started for Tho but met the men coming they proposed to put of their Money with Williams and keep it until they came again in Tho Williams Tho Money was All put in Small and this Box apparently placed in Williams night but not the and during Tho night Williams inspected the it contained a piece of Wood wrapped in a the men in the meantime went to Mansfield in a team and sent word to the livery stable where the owner could find the Williams has a Good description of the Des Moi Mes River Landa the Huston has Bis say and his utterances arc not weighted with reflections on Quay Huston asserts hint Indiana is demo cratic and the Eastern Mana Gers were willing to lot it by head of Tho settlers Union confident of ultimate Boyn the president of the settlers Union in Webster county that has been fighting the Des Moines River land question in the courts for recently bought a title to his lands from the assignees of the Des Moines railway and navigation it was supposed that he had Given up the but he has published a card in which he says that to was compelled to Purchase the title of the com Pany or be in his card he says i have spent part of two win ters in searching the rec and i find that the books in the general Laud of lace show this land to be government i have consulted the Best Legal Talent the country so that i have become thoroughly con Vinced that the pretended title of the River company is a i propose continue the fight until this question of title to the Des Moises River is settled by the general an encouraging crop of the yield of Corn made to the department of agriculture indicate a yield per acre equally As Large As that of and larger than any other crop since that of the Corn surplus states average a yield As follows bushels 37 after three years of Low yields potatoes give an average of about eighty bushels per or nearly the rate of the yield of the average of several prominent potato growing states Are As follows 90 95 80 be the average yield of Buck wheat is approximately 12 bushels per and the crop is nearly the average for is bushels 11 praying for dry was set apart by the Catholic Church in this pro Vince for special prayers supplicating for the cessation of All the churches in the City were crowded with devout who attended High in the City the services wore All but in the country districts the faithful carried relics of Anno and formed notwithstanding the rain wus the prayers were not As efficacious As on the previous when Anne was appealed to for and in the afternoon the most terrific rain storm of the season set the rainfall for the As reported at my Gill University is f Atrock waa re Mored Here sunday that Patrick Egan of this had been tendered u High position by president elect Harri and it was stated in some quarters that the official position spoken of was not unlikely to be the tender of a Cabi get in an interview with a representative of the United Egan stated there was no truth in the Rumor of his being tendered a Public of fice by and that the re port wan no such arrangement Ever having been hinted at by the president Theopiliou Here among egans neighbors is that if tendered an Willce he would not Jake kill is will be a matter of no Little Surprise to the athletic world generally to learn that Jake Kilrain has declined the position of sparring instructor to the new Boston athletic the position was tendered to Kilrain some time but it was not until with in a few Days that he definitely announced that he would not accept purely business reasons Are Given by him for his he says that for a couple of years at least he will be Able to Earu More Money by prize fighting and giving boxing the International san Maris the Secretary of Stato of telegraphed that the exhibit from hid country to the International which opens in this City on was in route by special the mexi can commissioners have arrived on at Tho fair will be opened by wire by president Cleveland at Wash and the machinery will be started at the same moment by president in the City of the strange finite of two Huff a Tinner working at the roof of an ice House at Sycamore and Hunt fell through a Hatchway in the dark attic at a distance of fifty feet Aud was instantly two hours later Adolph Nile another went in search of not knowing he was and fell through the same Hatchway and received fatal the exchanges for the week ending an reported by the managers of the leading Clearing houses of die aggregate a decrease per com pared with corresponding week of lust a Viavada at Cortez an ital named Davis shot and killed Richard Holt because the latter would net loan him some the parties Rcok urls uni to a Mill and lynched Tribune Spe Cial from Indianapolis says it is almost certain that John who Man aged the will not be in the Cabinet unless he modifies his views on the attitude of some of the Republican leaders in the Huston is a banker and a gentleman who displayed sagacity As a but he has Given it As his opinion that at least one of the managers of the National Campaign aimed to elect Harrison without the assistance of this has aroused criticism of his and if he thinks Quay did not bestow enough at Tention on Indiana he May yet incur censure from an unexpected Huston seems satisfied that a deliberate Effort was made to carry new regardless of whether Harrison lost Aud it will Surprise those who Are credited with managing the contest to learn that he said sunday afternoon in response to a question As to whether the president elect had been apprehensive of the result Harrison had Tho greatest Faith in the intelligence of the american his speech strongly indicates that he May not have Felt at ease about it is Folly to deny that a majority of voters in this state Are the state will not be Seboly Republican until there Are More churches and school houses within its there were republicans in the cast who would have been Well pleased if they could have elected Harrison without Tho vote of his own and har Rison would rather have been Defeated than elected without the vote of i called the leading republicans of the different districts to this City and explained the and How Harrison these men re turned Home and went to work with the determination to they passed the word All along the line Aud republicans were aroused to the special further says As a delegation representing the Gar Field club of new York City arrived Here in time to be informed of Huston there is considerable wonder Why such reference should be especially from a prospective Cabinet and As Huston has been associated with Harrison his statements Are characterized As being rather it is evident he has allowed Matt quays famous injunction to governor dont talk to pass who will succeed the genial is a great Deal of gossip in Washington As to the probable successor of lament As the private Secretary to the and the medium through which he is there is a natural curiosity As to whom the Public will have to apply on executive business after the 4th of March it Baa been stated that sex fifth auditor who is an inti mate Friend of would be the this announcement is at Best and since it was has been quoted As saying he does not expect or want the from the Best information obtainable in Washington at this it would appear that the gentleman most Likely to be selected is Perry the special correspondent of the Indianapolis who is also a warm personal Friend of the name of Russell son of presi Dent elect has been but there Are believed to be reasons Why the general would prefer not to have hid son for the Harrisons Sher his Ohio friends who have been Here will be tendered the Secretary ship of and they seem so confident that he will leave the Senate that Candi dates for his seat Are already in the Clarkson is also sure of a portfolio if he will take and the Pacific coast May get Estee As Secretary of the Interior which they claim is due then new England would be honoured with the naval and Excenator or some new yorker has mentioned for the Treasury this would leave Alger or some other Soldier for the War a Public have been issued for a Public spanking on the Steps of the court House at High noon to in which Jacob bos will be the victim and Charles Baden the As the result of an election John Bigelo has been chosen master of and there will be music by the Kazoo the parties Are Well known German it is expected people will witness the marshal Hawkins in Derk de Ruiter and John both highly respected instituted suits against United states marshal Hawkins for arrest by his election Day each of the complainants do mands the marshal is now defendant in four suits aggregating and Many others to something Kino to har Rison says his father has made no plans to go away for a and it is under understood that Nixon has invited the president elect to join him in a Hunt ing trip in Northern Wisconsin or but Harrison is going to have something else to do besides chairman Barnum Spe Cial to the Republican from Lime says that the critical condition of Barnum is he had intervals of unconsciousness during Tho new weekly Bank statement shows the Reserve decreased Tho Banks now hold in of Legal methodist of Church intr methodist Bish Ops continued their some annual Tho time was principally occupied in Dis cussing questions of which were to for Rod to special Bishop Newman reported for Tho conference of Missouri Aud Illinois and Bishop Good soil for Tho Iowa re ports showed Prosperity and steady Tho committee on plan of Visi tation have presented a which is Likely to be to have one Bishop representing the different classes selected As a committee on plan of there Are at pres ent four classes id the those of and those four Bishops go carefully Over the conference of Tho whole Church Aud make their assignments of episcopal they will hold a secret and the other Bishops will not know to what con Ference they have been appointed until the committee they Are expected to follow the dictates of the com Mittee without any just As the ministers themselves have to accept their appointments in the Bishop Malia leu has been appointed to take charge of the new England conference next this is the Only appointment yet margins must be put a ruling on the Selling of stocks held As collateral for Case of Benjamin the Stato Street who was charged with embezzling stocks belonging to his was dropped by the grand it was four to that by decisions of the Superior court of Massachusetts an indictment could not be As the Law Ralutz ing to the disposal of Stock held by a Roker for a customer on a margin is been settled in a previous the Udo in his opinion said As the Plain Tiff failed to perform his part of the con act by making the necessary advances upon the Stock having rapidly Lepro cited in he bus no ground of complaint that the defendant ceased o hold and carry it for him and there a for disposed of it when the Money to be paid or the thing to be done is not paid or performed the pledges May Dis lose of it As he the decision s regarded of the first importance by the by Cauliffe getting Ken Nedy is righteously after Holograph aug that he agreed to the conditions imposed by Billy Jack Mcauliffe now tries to Back out of the proposed match with the Illinois by Alf sent on his food forfeit As soon at of the Boston had consented to hold the and the first of this week he received a Telegram from Boston saying that a club of Twenty sporting men in new York wanted the match to come off in the and would give a purse of to further their would take All the Gate receipts from the partic and Kennedy answered there was Money enough in the West for both a dispatch waa received from Taylor saying Mcauliffe refuses to go West unless is allowed for to will allow Meyers the same Kennedy sent a Telegram to Mcauliffe As follows you have already agreed to come will have no More quibbling in the either Send on your Arti cles at once or return my will keep the letter Sackville and the misses West upon leaving Washington will first go to and from there for a Short stay at Knolle after which they will travel on the continent and in the their objective Point will be where a stay of some length is there is considerable talk in diplomatic circles concerning a letter which lord sack Ville sent to the president upon receipt of his the letter is said to be a caustic one in which he expresses indignation at his father Cullen fatally James Cul a Catholic priest 84 years of was fatally injured by a switch engine of the Chicago and Eastern Illinois rail father Cullen was crossing the track at Twenty fourth Street on his Way to All saints Church when the engine suddenly approached Aud in his efforts to get away he his head striking the while two ribs were broken by the he was re moved to marys Hospital in a dying Bill urd entry list for the 14inch balk line billiard tournament which opens will close on the 19th among Tho participants will be Eugene Carter of John Thomas and will Iam Cotton of Frank Ives w ilium hately of Aud m mag Gatio of new Schaefer will give an exhibition during the Tournai which continues for eleven Mitchell and have been made by the Golden Gate athletic club for a prize Between Paddy the Champion middleweight pugilist of and Young Mitch the middleweight Champion of the Pacific they Are to fight to a Fin acc riling to police Gazette for a purse of and a trophy offered by the a Wisconsin a keeper of a notorious was Kuboi and fatally wounded in a Saloon Row by Edward he received four Lindsey wus condensed at the race for the Liverpool autumn cup was won by winns filly lady at the Fishkill new a passenger train dashed into the Roches Ter All the passengers escaped except Edward snivel of who was Tho clothing House of Lafferty it at fort the firm had recently moved into new quart and were supposed to to doing a Good assets and liabilities in the Case of the City of against the Madison Street rail Way the supreme court gave decision Adverse to the who failed to comply with the ordinance id regard to the proper maintenance of the the Seal broken and letter his children Hond by trial of text on the thousands in tearsatwaldhe1m Marc Spiro ceremonies in memory of the executed an Echo from the 1 Albert Cere monies were held at Waldheim cemetery commemorative of tie death of the anarchists a year about fire thou Sand people were addresses were made in German and and a letter was read written by Par sons to Hia Chil with injunction that it was not to to opened until the first anniversary of his Schilling broke the Seal with a trembling hand and commenced to read with a voice hooked with Emo the effect of the first few Bouten Ces upon the Luul Ienco was tears Egan to Roll from the faces of Tho men and and before Tho Reading was completed it seemed As though one weird sob and moan from thousands of throats was mingling with the wailing f the wind As it swept through the life branches of the Tho letter in full roads As follows Dungeon Cook to my precious Little children and his Lulu Odua Par sons As i write this word i blot your names with a we never meet my children How dearly your papa loves we show our love by living for our loved we also prove our love by when for of my and the cause of my cruel you will learn from your father is a self offered sacrifice on the altar of Liberty and Hap to you i leave the legacy of an honest name and a duty preserve circulate be True to Yon be false to be industrious and your Mother she is the grandest the no Blest of Honor and obey my my precious i request you to read this parting message on each recurring anniversary of my death in remembrance of him who Dies not alone for but for the children yet bless my a car Albert the weeping and sobbing continued for some minutes after the Reading had con when 500 voices of the United Maenner Chor Sang at the grave of our other addresses followed in English and after a final song by the Maenner Chor the exercises closed and the crowd quietly returned to the sought to kill bin George a quarrelsome Farmer Liv ing near this had one of his period ical rows with his and after a Gen eral in which the daughter and son took a George Drew a pistol and commenced the work of annihilating his the first shot was aimed at his wife and took the second shot hit the while the third went through the boys Briden Baker is an old about 45 years there is Strong talk of Lynching the wife win scratched 28 a skin disease Wotli Cut Liiva in i had known of Tho Cut Cura remedies i years aug it would Havo saved to two Hundred dollars and an Immons amount of my disease psoriasis commenced on my Ihui in a spot not larger than a 11 Spremo rapidly All Over my body Aud got under my the Scales would drop Oltof i at nil t and my suffering was endless and without Ohio thousand dollars would not tempt to to Havo this Over i am a poor hut fool to to Roll Evod of what doctors said was Somo 1 Over Ono your and a but no i went to two or no i cannot ii raise Tho Cut Uura remedies too they Havo made my skin us Clear and free from Scales As 11 All t used of them was three boxes of and three bottles of Cut Cura and two cakes of Cut Cura if you had Boon Here and said you would Havo cured to for you would Havo had Tho i looked like Tho picture in your Book s i picture number How to cure skin but now 1 am As Clear As any person Over through Force of habit i rub my hands Over my arms and legs to scratch onco in a but to no 1 am All i scratched and it got to to a second nature to t thank you a thousand any More that you want to write to or any one who rends this May write to to and 1 will answer Konnis scald milk bar grocers and washerwoimms1 and every species of pimply tinman of Tho Scalp and with loss of no positively cured by Tho great skin and Cuti Eura an exquisite skin Fuoau Tyllor and Cut Cura Tho now blood Purl Llor when physicians and All other reme Dies som in spared by the Pottor drug and chemical for How to euro skin 64 co and 100 i fat elks cow ipod and oily skin i i in by Cut Cura sneezing Tho distressing the watery discharges from Tho eyes and the painful inflammation extending to the the swelling of the mucous causing choking ringing noises in the head and splitting familiar these symptoms Are to thousands who suffer periodically from head colds or and who live in ignorance of the fact that Anglo application of Sanford Radical cure for Catarrh will afford instantaneous but this treatment in cases of simple Catarrh gives but a faint idea of what this remedy will do the Chr no where the breathing in obstructed by choking putrid mucous acc Mula the hearing smell and taste Throat ulcer at d and hacking cough gradually fastening itself upon Tho debilitated then it in the the marvelous curative Power of Sanford Radical ure Mem feet itself in instantaneous and grateful cure beg ins from the first application it is Perma Sanford a ical cure consists of one bottle of the Radical one Box catarrhal solvent and an improved inhaler Potter a big chemical mass cant vie Union Brannan of the District court announced an important and one believed to be the first of the kind in the United the Case took the form of an application for a preliminary injunction to restrain the from using the labels of the the defend ant not being a member of the the court Grants the starved on Wisconsin August a aged was found dead in bed by his who was says the Man died for Lack of Falk worked for 50 cents a Day in a coffin and he lived in one Only a crust of bread was found in the newspapers the Nashville Democrat made its last Issue sunday its owners having Pur chased the Stock of the Nashville Ameri have consolidated the two which will be issued As the and will continue to use both the United and associated to Kansas journals special from re ports a riot at the Coal mines at that place saturday it is rumoured that Ono of the strikers was but this is not Over one Hundred shots were the situation is Crit Yonne bin like new James is now on a fair Way of re covery from her serious she is still weak and unable to leave her but att Lyional strength comes with each succeeding the collegiate football Champion game of football Between Harvard and Wes Leyan colleges was played at and won by the former by 82 to yellow were twelve new cases reported and one the weather is cold but the Breeze f roat a family wife and 11 Jar old daughter per led in their burning dwelling at Vernon paws and Weih esses of instantly relieved by the Cut Cura anti pain a Moa i and infallible plan Killiner especially adapted to relieve female pains and weak warranted vastly to 11 Oiler and Iho most perfect antidote o inflammation and weakness yet com at All 25 cents five for postage or of Potter drug and chemical Legal Blanks the following Blanks Are kept in Stock and for Sale at the Telegraph in quantities to suit Legal Blanks Appeal attachment answer to Ball Bull Bond for stay of Bond or Chattle mortgage constables Garn Sheo justices subpoenas justices justices justices justices lease for City mechanics notice of no notice of Mechis official order of protest Power of Lle pleven Kel Case of Replevin stay bound us 508 and drafts due simple attorney orders for Blanks not too to or for special will receive prompt Brief work made a specially your patronage is respectfully daily Telegraph Des Moines steam Dye works Cosnek Locust and third Des Moines Iowa allcolor8 warranted gents i Otong cleaned and coloured ladies dress goods dyed or cleaned Send for Price reference Iowa National honk Mutchlar

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