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Davenport Morning Tribune (Newspaper) - June 9, 1891, Davenport, IowaRe l r k l i i morn i Tribune publishers. Iowa junk 1891. Fourth year Macdonald is no Moke. The Veteran Premier of Canda passes to Ivelio will succeed 111 at head of the govern Yuent of tie Dom Lilou. June John Premier of is no More. A nation is mourning the loss of its greatest and a great Earty is in grief for the loss of a be Jed Leader. Toward the sick Cham Ber at earns lift e Public thought Lias been directed for the past ten Days and the sympathy of the nation Lias gone out in greater degree us the picture Sik a. Macdonald. Presented Darker and More from All parts of the do minion and from the Sovereign herself came messages of condolence and anxious inquiries As to the aged statesman s condition. To All of the inquiries but one answer could be end might be but was inevitable. Death came peacefully to the aged Premier it saturday night. He was unconscious to the lust. The pulse breath came Shorter and the pulse was still. The announcement of sir John s death was the Bells of the cite were tolled to convey the intelligence to the thou Sands who were anxiously await inc this signal that their beloved Premier no More. Loho he june is a Good Deal of speculation Here As to tic ability of the conservative leaders who Are left to carry on the government sir John minister of jus will certainly be Leader in the the House of commons for the balance of while senator a Clit Leader ill the Senate will temporarily the Willce of prime minister until a permanent successor to sir John Macdonald is chosen. It is questionable if sir John Thomp who is talked of for Premier and is a roman would be acceptable to the majority of protestant conservatives and if the government under his leadership could be Success full v carried on with such delicate k questions Between protestants and catholics to decide As the Jesuit estates abolition of French As the official together with roman Catholic separate schools for Manitoba and the Northwest. Chilian rebels indignant. Think the t need should not take the Itata v Arius. June h. There is Treut excitement hero Over decision of the american Admiral to take the Itata without allowing Tho discharge of her arms and ammunition. The press is very hitter und considers that the United the Cradle of Republican commits a grave error in thus indirectly assisting1 the dictator. I in an know we have the sympathies of the people of also of the people of All other civilized but the act of the United states Pov or neut against a weaker Power in arms for liberties and rights is not in Harmony with the traditions of that government. The americans take our ships und our but let them reflect that they leave nailed in the hearts of men sentiments of having been deceived in their Hopes and of having lost Faith in the nobleness of mind and liberality of sentiment of the govern ment at june 8. Information has been received in this City from Chile to the effect that the insurgent Schooner before proceeding to Fri unique from landed at the latter place rifles and a Large amount of supplies. Laud court june 3. The appoint1 silent of the five land court judges is expected now daily. Who they Are is not known outside the Circle of presi Dent Harrison and attorney general but they consist of three re publicans and two democrats Well known in the practice of Law and Well versed in land affairs. They Are All said to be from the West. The Settle ment of the Behring sea question has been a bar to appointments since that is out of the Way Al the land judges and the new Merna Ber of the court of claims May be expected at any moment. Killed by tic conductor. June 8. On a train bringing a negro excursion from Frankfort conductor William Wilder shot and killed Carl coloured. Taylor was drunk and and when the conductor attempted to put him off the train Taylor Drew a Revol ver on when the conductor shot him. The negroes attempted to mob but lie was got away safely. He gave himself up and was held for trial in Bonds. Alliance going to june col. L. President of the National Farmers Alli and congressman Jerry Simpson have left for la to attend a convention of the different Industrial of that state which meets tuesday. Burned. June the Flint Glass works in this City Hare been destroyed by fire. Insured for one Hundred and fifty men thrown out of last week at Springfield. Lowig Sam Lou of Illinois Lesu lature ended. June last week of the session of the legislature will open with the Calendar in much better shape than there was reason to expect three Days committees of conference will be the Rule hereafter on Bills upon which there is a decided difference Between the two bodies. The world s fair Bill will pass the House on and it will probably be considered by con ferries the same us the democrats in the Senate have determined to stand by the House in the appropriation a report from the conference com Mittee on the ballot Reform Bill will he made on tuesday which will retain Tho preservation of the ballots for six but Cut out the provision for numbering them. Compulsory education will require another committee and it is probable that this will retain the English Gnu age and teaching of Reading and omitting1 the clause in Senate Bill for the history of the United states. One of the strongest contests in con Ference will be on the general appropriation Bills. There is a wide Dilver enee Between the Senate and the House on some of the paragraphs Anil it will not be possible for the Senate to consume the necessary time to consider separately the amendments made in the House. The changes in the appropriations for state institutions Are not so the House having reversed the action of its committee on appropriations and retained the provisions of the Senate Bill in a number of in stances where reductions were pro posed. To overthrow Barillas. Lor a to Volution being Ludo in City or june i. Vires have been received from the of Guatemala to the i veil that be if meetings Are hold in the Atlas or upper districts of at which revolutionary plans Are be i formulated for the overthrow the Jii Trillus . Met i i life s Are attended by some of the most. Fix. Prominent speech s Are made Sepa ii sonic of the n various towns arc join the Seurat zionists and i h Coffee planters art1 furnish Money to Rivil a Litlie people openly t i Al i will to Luis tree endure div Noi in and an Early on i. Petted. A three year old Cain. An angry child kills us old brother tit i a. June s. Ai an isolated Point near in audit a horrible murder was perpetrated last week by probably the 3 Oun yest criminal on a old boy. The. Parents had in House in Chartre of Mie 5 years of one 3. And an n Only s months old. The oldest buy wont to sleep and the baby to cry. The 3-year-old boy tried iia ii y h but failing to do so became picked up a piece of and struck the infant in the breaking its Skull. Another blow broke ii Arm. I it was dead when found by the parents and was half buried in a strip of newly slowed in which the baby murderer was trying to conceal the body. Stole her St. June a Reat sensation was created cum a yes Tenh a a woman walked into scan of embroidery of miss Margaret u. Son and tiring at miss at the same time hissing. Steal any other woman s husband As you have she proved to be mrs. Cresson. Was not. Inland. Mrs. Cresson charges her husband. George l. Cresson. Assistant Engineer of the Omaha with Bein a too fond of the society of miss and sought to murder the latter on that account. The social prominence of All the parties to the. Shooting causes the incident to be the talk of the town. Roasted the pe1nce. Will Proctor be a june 8. When asked if it were True that Secretary Proctor would be senator successor. Gen. Acting Secretary of is the impression Here. Every one in the department seems to be of the opinion that the Secretary be the next senator from ver another International Railroad. Sax june a Cable Grain has been received from London announcing that contracts had been let for the construction of a Railroad from this City to in lower the. Road to be built As soon As the mexican government approves the Survey. Wanted to kill new june 8. Mrs. Gail bar ton. 20 years wife of the manager of the Casino shot herself m the breast shortly before Midnight last night. She was remanded to t lie her Lern Hospital. She says she shot her self but others say that jealousy led her to shoot herself. Kept the Load in the gun for june Henry a grand army himself Jere with the Load which he last put in his Musket during the War. And been drinking heavily of i h sensation in the Cumming Baccarat Case. Clark e of la open court. June More sensations Aro to be recorded in the great Bue Carat scandal As the result of to Day s developments in that in the future to be historical and remarkable expose of the venality mud vice distinctive of England s present nobility. One was a mild sensation in compari son to the other. The Milder came first and was exciting fur a time but soon paled into lust Erless insignificance beside its More startling successor. The mild sensation was the announcement that Arthur Stanley Wil the Host of Trail by who not Only metaphorically but literally shut his eyes to the trainee of Liaison in his House with lady Brooke Anci the indifference which the Prince displayed for Wilson s expressed desire that there should be no had been elected a member of the Marlboro club on the proposal of Albert Edward him self. Hut people did not have time to Dis cuss and turn the interesting subject Over in All its manifold phases. The great trial itself was resumed and it furnished the second which absorbed and eclipsed its consigning it to temporary oblivion. This was sir Edward Clarke s speech to the in to the and horror of the elect of he attacked the Prince of Wales and said that if lord cordon Cumminsjr were Kielce out of the army Albert Edward should be visited with the. Same punishment. To describe the effect of Liis extraordinary temerity by the eminent counsel would impossible. Tit occupied his accustomed place beside the lord chief Justice when the court convened. Sir Charles rus sell co Linurd his speech and was Fol by solicit or on Erbil sir Edward sir Edward skimmed up the ease for sir pre his remarks with a statement he should not hesitate to speak plainly the Wilson family and All t he defendants to the suit. No body supposed fora moment that he in hued the Prince in this but. He did in the following sir Charles Lias Stig go Slid to you that tins Case Means More to sir William than mere1 acquittal Oil of cheating. It Means his Honor and his life. As sir Charles has an unfavourable verdict would compel him to leave the army of his country to which he had dedicated the Best of his life. 1 take this oppor Tunita to Sav that it is improbable that k any one can remove the name of will Iam Rordon in inning from the army Rolls of lieutenant colonel and allow that of the Prince of Wales As Field marshal and that of Owen Williams As to remain. The effect the other auditors was More apparent than that on the Prince himself. Albert Edward has been too on the turf to betray himself even when suddenly struck. Merely woolly at sir Edward Clarke As if nothing had while the lawyer went on to dissect Tho Wilsons and plead his client s cause. But the incident was too Meh for everybody else. Lord Coleridge and his lordship soon declared the Case and join Ulm to i widay. It will take Lonj for than that for everybody to recover from the Shock. Day of thanksgiving. Banners Alliance to set apart the fourth of july tor Ala. S. A curious indication of the Semi Reli Jurious character of the Farmers Alliance movement in this state is shown in the passage of a of resolutions at a re cent meeting of the Oak prove sub Al Liance near Here. Ai noisy other things the resolutions the members of Oak Grove Al in session do hereby set apart the 4th Dav of inv us a Dav of special thanksgiving to the almighty for past and present blessings upon our order and our and to implore a continuance of his mercy and favor to Ruide i1s to the consummation of his great that u copy of these resolutions be sent to brother s. M. Adams. State and that he be requested to Confer with Krother l. L. A asking him to Issue a proclamation to the effect that the labor organizations of the nation May spend Une of our National holidays in solemn prayer to almighty that the alliances. Primary and meet at their Halls or some convenient place and spend that Day in prayer and and that 1 1 o clock be set apart for a special Appeal to to carry on the work to its final con summation. The movement seems to have appealed to the Alliance men of this state and prayer meetings will be held in Many parts of the state. Flint Elf while insane. June John a citizen of this hanged himself to a Trpe this a fit of insanity. Johnson s mind showed signs of weakness some time ago and his friends had taken him to the infirm Ary for treatment lie made his escape from his attendants this morning and when found he was hanging from a tree in the Ira Den. Of june fifth an anal Encampment of Maryland sons of will beg in in Easton to Morrow and continue Throe Days. The Maryland division embraces lamps in the District of Columbia. And North and South about Twenty seven in til. Col. S. B. Thomas of Washington will to in command. Til note barred from Mecklenburg. June government Mecklenburg announces that the chinese will no be allowed the limits of its ind warns the Feudal Farmers who be desirous of importing Cool leg Wanamaker was caught. Said to have the Keystone Bank. June Ling revelations Are expected this week in the Keystone Bank suspension. Postmaster general John has been charged with having been in Strumental in closing the Bank. It a expected to be shown that while wan Amaker used the Bank As a convenience the rascally the dead president Lucas and the fugitive president unloaded on him Worth of Over Issue Stock. Wanamaker got financially tight and the Bank came to his loaning him within sixteen months As High As last de Cember Wanamaker paid All his depositing on one Day Cash. For the other Side. Within the last two years the Keystone Bank managers needed Money to tide Over their Rotten concern. They borrowed from Wanamaker and gave him notes with bogus Stock pinned to them. On the of May Marsh confessed to Wanamaker that his Stock was bogus. The same night he confessed the Story to controller Lacey. The next Day the Bank closed and Wanamaker is out of pocket. Declare avar on Che fair. June Bohemian newspapers have declared open War against the world s fair at Chicago on the ground that the Mckinley Bill is responsible for the present stagnation of and the chamber of Commerce in Reich Ambach Reres the members not to be represented on that declaring that such a course would be justified Only in Case the Mckinley Bill were modified. With. June 8. Many districts of Pomerania and East and West Prussia Are threatened with famine. The Corn crop has proved valueless and the land planted has to be slowed Over. The peasants have not enough seed Corn to re sow the desolated Fields. The local papers blame the government for ignorance of the facts and for failing to provide for. The Farmers. The potato Harvest in East and West Prussia has also turned out badly. Sudden and unexpected s. June w. Hat Ford of new and Helen Paulding of the same while on their Way with a party of friends to the Yellowstone Park met on the train and after a Brief courtship decided to get married they stopped procured the services of Rev. George Kline and were made Man and wife. The bridal party will proceed to the Park and afterwards make a trip to Europe. Buli of Floach a condition la june the Condi Tion of Bishop Jav. Who arrived list night from is reported by his physician to be Recai i Ous. The sick prelate was taken to his residence in a state of extreme exhaustion from his journey. The beat that can be said is that he May rally and imminent danger be for the time removed. Wrecked by a natural june w. Saloon at this was blown up in a natural Gas explosion this evening. Joe tie went into the cellar and lit u match when the explosion Fol Lowed. Julison was terribly burned. The building was a new two Story Bric v. Hun la the South dead. Little Rook. June Jarn s believed to have been the lung St Man in the Dii d at Al m a re. Yesterday. He weighed pounds and was seventy years old. Of Trail i a lode Paru avoid by Cla nuart june grand prix has been won by reverend Leeond and Clement third. The stakes Are about francs. U u in u june. Who was recently murderously assaulted by her husband at is dying. R condensed dispatches. The bark with Lieut. Peary s n ret in exploring p Rev on sailed from x saturday a ter noon. A party of Twenty ladies came t bid mrs. Peary in her Peri Lous undertaking. Frank a Swamper on a mule was killed by Apache indians near Arispe. Sonora. After a desperate tight the other nun with the train drove the Savages of. The indians Mude off toward Southern Arizona. Ranchers Are preparing to exterminate the Savages. At the Chattanooga blast while four coloured men were tapping a dynamite the charge killing and horribly mangling three men and wounding the fourth. Tim Ber and machinery in the Furnace Plant were hurled about promiscuously. Mrs. Belle wife of a Barber of Youngstown. Was found in a Coal Yard near her Home murdered and the victim of a criminal the murderer using a cutting her head in a horrible manner. Moses was arrested on a charge of murder. Illiam a was run Over and killed in Peoria. Charles Seidell was convicted at grand of having three wives and sentenced to state s prison for three years. The child of George Rohrman of fort during the absence of his Moi her swallowed a bottle of carbolic acid. Death resulted after suffering intense agony for three hours. An attempt was made to wreck a Michigan Central train near Kay by taking the bolts and spikes out of a rail. John a prominent merchant of cattle committed Sui cide by taking on Busi Ness pressure had unbalanced his mind. At Inch Core or. 1 Arnem said that he had prepared a balance Sheet of Tho funds that he and would submit it to William o Brien Whin latter would leave mail. Father or Bettheil to Force Hayti to terms. Etc Perot William s instructions to his troops. He them they must Sloot their fool slut from Over the sea. June William has made another of those characteristic speeches of his which will attract unusual attention and provoke com ment. It was not intended for the pub Lic ear and every Effort was made under stringent orders to keep it from Public but it has leaked out and is now published for the first time. It was delivered on the occasion of an address to a body of Spring recruits for the army. In the course of it the emperor warn who Are mostly Young against the social democrats. Always remember the oath you have taken binding you to me. The Bible says the girl who marries leaves father and Mother and follows her Hus band. I say to having taken the oath of a follow me shooting even father or brother with out question or hesitation when the language startled even the Young men to whom it was but was received with a Loyal outburst of cheers. It spread like wildfire through the army and was talked about in All the Barracks. Such an utterance would not Long be kept and it is now being sent Over the wires to All parts of the but nowhere will it cause More astonishment than in Germany. Earthquake in Italy. Several killed. Many injured and whole cities in terror. June of Verona and Mantua have been shaken by an earthquake. Many houses were damaged. An invalid lady was so badly frightened by the Shock that she died. At Marcenie of three persons were and at Nadia Calavena seven teen were badly injured by falling houses and chimneys. At tie latter place another Shock was Felt at 0 o clock in the and much additional damage was done. The movements were undulating1 in character Aud were More or less Over the whole of the North of Italy. I i bitten by Iliad steers. Kansas j Une 8. Weeks ago a mad dog bit a one of a Herd belonging to the Vanderburg in the Western portion of Atchison Kansas. The steer was soon att listed with which spread to the Oiler cattle in the Herd. There were three of the Van Derburg Brothers and each of them was bitten by one or another of the afflicted animals. Friday one of the Brothers became violently ill. Last night he died in the most excruciating agony. Yesterday another of the Brothers died and the third was brought to the where he was placed in the Missouri Pacific Hospital. Will overhaul a Seal poacher. Sax june United states Revenue Cutter Corwin has been instructed to overhaul the Steamer Flattie which sailed yes ostensibly for tag a Alaska. It is said that her real Desti nation is bearing where she will engage in Seal poaching. The Liage will probably put into and it is expected that the which sails june 10 for the can easily overtake her. Reverend counterfeiters sentenced. June the United states District court the Hev. Jerry Holmes of Saline was tried und convicted of counterfeiting Ami sentenced to three years in tie Penitentiary. The Rev. George Vireil of Duquoin pleaded guilty to the same charge und was sentenced for one year. In danger of lynched. June men. Suspected of beii.g1 the tramps who so brutally assaulted Young Joseph Butiu near Waterloo Are under arrest awaiting identification. There is a posse of indignant scouring the country for the and serious trouble feared if Fellows prove to be the Rig lit part its. St. Paul editor sent Loja 1. June found guilty of Ibeling Frank p. Deputy Warden of Tho state in the haul sunday has been sentenced to ninety Days in the county jail. Albert Keivel. Who wrote the article and is under has con fessed und will be sentenced also. Pawned a Bible and ended x. June s. Bellhouse. An insurance committed suicide by jumping into the canal. The last thing1 he did was t Pawn his wife s Kible and take the proceeds to pay an insurance policy. A lawyer a treated for Etc neb. June sequel of the supposed suicide of w. H. Watson of this May was the arrest to Day of s. R. A prominent Young on the charge murder. Pan Republic june judge Henry b. Say Lor of this City has received official notice of his appointment us a member of theban Republic Gress. Sail for san june Squadron of three German Sophie and sailed last evening for after a stay of two Days in this port. It ionic flab bit acquitted. June Bab Bitt. Who charged with having killed his sister Minnie s has been found not guilty. _ shot brother la Law. June at Ash h. Schanks shot and killed George his brother in Law. They quarrelled Over family affairs. Men 8. About Drivers struck to night. The company refused to listen to their grievance. United May retaliate for to cede mole St. D. June 8. There is no doubt that the As it finds expression in the state and Navy is greatly irritated at the dominant element in Hayti for its refusal to lease us mole St. Nicholas fora Coaling station. It is claimed that but for the Good offices of the United states in raising1 the Haytian blockade during the insurrection in that Republic two years clip polite would not now be filling the chair of chief executive. At that time clip polite was profuse in his promises of what he would do if his faction would secure and there is apparently no doubt that the cession of mole St. Nicholas was one of them. Hippolyte now refuses to keep his Promise. Cer Tain members of the administration Are now considering a plan of retaliation which if not Only sooth their ruffed but May in the end Force the haitians to terms. The plan in Brief is to our legation at order our minister and his Secretary Back to the United and sever our diplomatic relations with the Black Republic. It is contended that such a course would go far to Ward securing a speedy settlement of the matter. If another revolution be not actually pending in Hayti the conditions Are at least Ripe for and the sundering of our relations with hip polite s government would materially their development. Victory for Gibson. Indictment against the vol Iuler a Yuniker Quallie. Chicago. June judge Blodgett this morning quashed the Federal indictment against George j. The sex Secretary of the whisky who is held for trial on the charge of trying to bribe government Ganger Dewar to blow up Shufeldt s distillery. Judsie Klong Ett held that the Federal statutes did not cover the which was one to be answered for in the state courts. The state statute concerned such violations of the Law and it was the state court alone which had Juris diction. The offence against Gibson could be punished by the Illinois Law and Federal court had no concern in it. Judge Blodgett said the Revenue Oftie ers went out of their Field when they began the proceedings in the fed eral and they could not be maintained there. George Chester he Cue of tie boat known june m. One of the Best known newspaper men of died Here aged 52 years. He was connected with tie Detroit free press for Many years. His service interrupted by a Gallant career in the army and by professional work in other cities. After the War he was editor of tie St. Paul press and then went to Xci where he was employed As a reporter on the new York Tribune. Lie was afterwards made Junior editor of Appleton s Journ Al Anil was subsequently engaged in different capacities on almost All the Large new York but. Finally re turned to Detroit and the free in and continued in its service us til ins death. Four men Usu Stroud Kofl fact of a heavy Kan at Juno s. During a heavy rain thursday 1. Lindsay s house1 and All out Huil diners i-1 were washed and Mem played by or. Lost thu in lives. Two strip Niters who camped for the night by the Bridge Between hero and Quanah were drowned. Their identity is unknown. Of u Lake june t. 11. Of master of the of Hoosier be Guu Neo. Was found dead in his bed this morning. He has been on a spree for the last eight Days and is believed to have poisoned himself in a tit of despondency. Victory Lor general Hull or. June Olson in the United states circuit court this morn ing discharged Chiri Elta e. On the Hareas Corpus obtained by eral in. F. Tutler. The markets. Car Coo. June f. Trade opened Dull eak Liis with the crowd in i ail ing and the july future it i i from time to 97 tin most Bear Factor was the pm Iotch in Shirn i t of lie it from during i he they Toache 2.x 4j.ikio he. i Hurt. Zuur th6 shipments for Ilio l.i-1 y. .1 and ten the of the spending week in _ _ j. M b.1_lkk _ june. Teml Xor. Latin jute. I a fd27 4 september. to in 1-2. 1-Ive june of of which 4.00 were tax coins. Rather und priors barely . Seipts of hogs la Good common. Prism n and packers. Prime Butcher weights. To Eli assorted Light of Igo to 4. Skips to 4.4tt Kecel pts of with an up turn of it and nearly everything useful soul. I Wall new june no irked Vety Strong it advances extending j to 1--per by . Preferred. St. Union Chicago und Northern j Ferrod. The temper of Tho Nim was on higher prices from la nth. In mated that foreigners m i of from to shares. I was 4.85 Sliver was houses in suy Lotf that Europe on or Vuto bids and Boink hoarded Thoro be miso of a insecurity and dread of future Eon t bomb houses think fold is still it u us i Puiul it is taken Fatm there to Mont Between Bankers it Vrlin. London the ground unit t hts inuit spare it both the method and results syrup of figs is it is pleasant and refreshing to the and act gently yet promptly on the liver and cleanses the sys tem dispels head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of figs is the Only remedy of its kind Ever pro pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its prepared Only from the most healthy and agreeable its Many excellent qualities commend it to All and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of figs is for Sale in 50c and 81 bottles by All leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who May not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. California Fig syrup co. San Cal. By. New York. S f Smith pres. Dav. N. Bank Smith dealers in real estate. Agents for lots on Harrison and main North of Locust to Lom Bard owned by Chas. R. Homes. A gust Rolff notary Public Fred j. Heinz t West third Dayett a port. Special attention Given to buying and Selling real estate. Bonds and stocks bought and sold. Investments made in first class Iowa guaranteed on request. Straw hat manufacturers Brownson tie hotter second main h. A. Sole agent for the l Brand spectacles and Eye glasses. These spectacles Are different from Ordinary classes in that the lenses Are ground from a French tinted Crystal that shuts oat the chemical or heat rays of making theia very soothing to the eyes. Be sure and try them and see that the Trade Mark is on every r. Rohlfs insurance main s. E. Cor. Second. Iowa x a Layrac of old and reliable h. . Jacob Cornels firm Boston steam Dye works Krohn a 312 Harrison clerks pkg repairing in the very Best and latest manner with the Aid of the Best Feather Beds and pillows renovated. To no for and rate of equals a real estate mortgage. We always have on hand for Sale completed first mortgage Loans on Iowa and Missouri farms for and up. Interest collected by us free and every Effort made to fur Nish satisfactory invest Ca i on or address h. M. Matonic fc1 of a f it. I 1 a

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