Marble Rock Weekly in Marble-Rock, Iowa
17 Feb 1898

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17 Feb 1898

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Marble Rock Weekly, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1898, Marble Rock, IowaFighting for Cuba. Into trouble. Be sends his resi5natioh to Madrid. Mestoik news items. Senator Muson. Of introduce a i Kolu Tiu in the Seli Attr. Washington. Feb. The Senate yesterday the following Resolution and i Spanish minister s note regarding preamble was introduced by senator j a summary of the work be president Mckinley gets him i tha the president of the i ing dons by our Law Mak j United states he and he is hereby request j eur to notify Spain and the insurgents of Cuba that War so a Altu at juice Vuie be discontinued and that i t a Rit i states of America hereby e he United states thai it will in no devs step musings or health or ____7 it _ Ork ii Irisia Viire adopted a which Cuba of j coi using u peace which la Imanite demands shall i for Lor his v be maintained. Senator Pettigrew i . Wishing even indirectly to interfere with the affairs of other nations until the stench of our very Borders has passed endurance and the barbarous situation in Cuba has become a stain upon our Conti nent and k. Blot upon our Christian civilization. The people of the United states demanding no personal profit having no fear and seeking no favor Clear and conscious As to the Justice of our position do the presence of the civilized nations of the world and in the name of Justice and Liberty demand that the so called War in Cuba must imprisonment Jurj for life. Finds guilty of tie murder of ills wife. Chicago feb. Louis Leut Gert was pronounced guilty of the pre meditated murder of his wife Louise at wednesday night and his punishment was fixed at imprison ment in the for the remainder of his natural life. Adolph l. Luetgert s wife Louise Dis appeared the night of May 1, 1s57. Her Dis appearance was reported to the police May s by her brother Diedrich Bicknese o f Oakdale 111. The police searched the Clay holes of the Northwest Side ant the River for her body followed false Clews of her through Illinois and Wisconsin then play 15 searched the Luc Tygert sausage factory at Hermitage Avenue and Diversey Street finding two woman s Gold rings in a vat in the basement As Well As numerous circumstances believed to be appropriations for fortifications Mary simmering Luetgert s servant was i and coast defences was passed in the Pittsburgh. Pa., feb. Fire of mysterious origin was discovered at about eight o clock wednesday evening in the Large six Story cold storage Plant of the Chautauqua Lake ice company and the entire building was destroyed together with about 000 Worth of merchandise of ill kinds stored within Walls. The building occupies the Block from twelfth to thirteenth streets Between Pike and Mulberry Alley. It is a six Story Brick with three heavy fire Walls making in reality four buildings. The ice com Pany has its ice making Plant arid Stor age warehouses on the lower floors and Union storage company occupies the balance of the building with Mer Chandise of All descriptions the prop erty of innumerable merchants and householders of the City. One of the compartments is used As the govern ment bonded warehouse and contains Resolution uni ii d states sen Rote on the Teller spoke in executive session against the annexation of Hawaii. . Debate consumed the whole Day in the Senate yesterday speeches being made by sen j the yacht i Lucca Nec a which look Julian Hawthorne to in Viia for a new York paper has been seized by the Spanish in the Harbor. Tames ii. Parker overseer of the town stopping the War and by senator Dale killed by mrs. Bridget drought an in in defense of the policy of the Aci filinis of tie institution. Traction. . Booth. Of London England founder of the Sal British War ship Galatea and 40 Valu Antion army officiated As chaplain at Able race horses were lost the opening of the session of the Senate it is announced that Lussia will not yesterday. The Indian appropriation allow any increase in the number of Fiill was the Only measure discussed. Turkish troops in Crete or be a party Washington. Feb. Indian a to any coercion of the cretans Propri Tion Bill was parsed in the sen William c Kristoph fatally shot min ate yesterday after being amended so Nie Boos and himself at the Home of the As to restore the free Homestead Law so girl near new Hampton a. Digap far As it relates to Indian lands ceded ointment in love was the cause to the ignited states for which lands at the session in Tampa Fla. Of the the settlers have been obliged to the Purchase Price it id to the indians. The Bill carries appropriate inns aggregating nearly adjourned until monday. Washington. Feb. The Bill ratio at p. Man explosion of whisky occurred which blew out the Mulberry Alley Wall with terrible results. At the time the Alley was full of firemen policemen newspaper men and others. Many were caught by the falling Wall. Sii bodies pfc Vercil. There Are six bodies now at the morgue. Those first identified were the remains of police Lieut. A. J. Berry who was acting Captain and William the Steamer Marabella was sunk j Scott jr., aged 20. Son of i Lam Scott Hull England in a collision with the j president of the Chauthi Iliia ice corp Pany. His brother John aged 18, is missing and is supposed to be buried under the ruins. Later three of the victims were identified As mrs. Sife. Aged 50 years Stanley site aged 15 years and David Loveless aged 35 years. Many people were injured by flying bricks and beams and All the ambulances and patrol wagons of the City were in constant service. Until Tii fall j ing Walls have been cleared away there j be no certainty As to the number of victims. Sliu irn in Jinny and activity is tic Oruro. New York feb. G. Due co. In their weekly review of Trade say is pushing toward Spring activity rather Early. Events which have controlled Are buying of Iron by tie largest makers the Rise in Cotton with strength in goods the great railway con Sci nation and the insurrection the laity a. With its s. Operates As a Brake on speculation. fool Teliski is of local travors gave foreigners a much be Opi a to buy stocks in ital i Ance. About january earnings Ujj . Akiva by reported Are 10.0 per rent Beau a than last year and 9. Better ill 13j-, Vil Jyh six years at least february thus fur Are promises. The output it pig Iron february 1 was tons week j in the largest in the history of the kiss but the buying of 130.500 tons of Iron the Carnerie by of inst St Sorrl Nevert lifeless Means decision by the Ablest manufacturers that the unprecedented output of Pis will soon j prove too Small for the growing demand for products. The Illinois steel company has contracted for a j tons of Bessemer Ore and producers of other ranges count upon an Advance in Price. Bessemer Pis Rose to j10.15, and Grey forge 53 at Pittsburgh with finished products generally stronger and in larger demand 1 than Ever at this season. Rail contracts 1 already cover it is said More than last year s rail ays buying earlier to an usual. Contracts for cars and other Nuriu Tucture Are heavy at the West. Structural contracts there Are very numerous and at the East Large with tons estimated Lor pc a York buildings alone this year while plate and Shet t con tracts for the is Asor. Are . I has been Strong wih spot and 1 cents and May cents though Western receipts have been for two weft a i bushels ill Las year. But Atlantic exports Piave been 1 bushels hour against in Large. Corn exports Are also surprisingly i Well sustained against last year and the Price has advanced trifle. It is yet too Early for prospects of a coining crop to influx cafe materially heavy open Ati ans it Chicago with reported sales of bushels Export on thursday have deterred speculative Selling. Business Sii own by Bank clearings 13 again larger than Ever before. 54.7 percent larger than last year for the . And for the month to Date 41.3 per cent larger than last Vear. And is per cent larger than in 18s2. J Barrios assassinated. President snid to have i ileum killed n Situ Jose. I Washington feb. 1c. Senor Lajo Arriaga the guatemalan minister to the United 3tai.es. Received a official cablegram from the minister of for sooth and West commercial Congress resolutions were passed urging reciprocity Trade Between the United states and All foreign Powers. Appeals for cubans. Arrested at once. was arrested the following Day. He was held to the grand jury on a Char by Justice Kerston. I i Nune Lul cult ills release. An indictment was returned june c. The first trial was brought before Tut Hill August 2n and closed october "1, the House saturday and Bills were murder ported permanently in Psi Numis non i Onnatal of the territory of new Mexie and that his position consequently had become untenable and he begged the government to accept his resignation. _ the Cabinet decided to accept i that be disintegrated her body i n a vat at nigh in of in Rev who sausage factory with a solution of Potash after having effected her death. Jury failing to agree on second trial began before Gary on a change of venue from judge Horton k. In this trial were called. Luetgert testified in his own Begaii Lor the first time. It was claimed by the state that looked Down upon his second wife As though she occupied a station beneath him that he loved other women and desire i to rid himself of her that she might not stand in the Way of the fulfilment of his purposes and co l at Santa be for a Coqui Sissum to in i quire into the condition of labor a j Ricu to n on. Illinois n proc fan r Springfield Iii. Feb. Taii a a proclamation persons willing to Aid in j list of the losses. The following is the Best list of losses obtainable Hoveler storage company build ing and contents s Ifo. Ice company i a Nice. Storage company j i Enn Avenue houses 25.0 i total it arc. Etc. And the free Homes Send i contributions to Eli Pic dead 2 verdict. The 1 Bill which opens to free Homestead set eith. Of Chicago treasurer of j the cuban Relief fund in charge of the tie mint acquired from the 11 51.775.0c-0 . Iii and 19 injured and property loss of with about insurance is the awful record of the big lire wednesday night. All Barrios. Mal Unai business league i the to receive Money and Day yesterday firemen policemen and i supplies the governor id conclusion i other City employees have Beer work i says but up to in Jehu Ali but Little Proff j while t non rave the j of the president in this regard. To deep n Nunn of in Irma t nation of Benor Dupuy de lome and the ministers subsequently met and decided to Telegraph to Senor de lome accepting his resignation and entrusting the first Secretary with the conduct of the current affairs of the legation. Ills recall for. Washing ton. Feb. The state department thursday morning gave out for publication the substance of the cablegram sent wednesday to Gen. Woodford. Our minister to Madrid in reference to the de lome letter. The statement is As follows the defense claimed that sirs. Luetgert disappointed Over the business failure and despondent had wandered away troops for Alaska. Ice Eidd to Send companies to Zusya Ulm sons Liny. . The Cabinet meeting tuesday it was decided to Send two companies of troops to Taiya and Khagay Alaska for the purpose of preserving order and protecting life and property. Advices there has appeared in Public prints a i to the government state that the Rush letter addressed by the Spanish minister to be Fields has attracted Hun areas of the Lawless element and that troops Are necessary at once to prevent to or. Canal Jas. This letter the minister admits was written by Jim. It expressions concerning the president of the is states i such a character to end the minister s usefulness As a representative of his government in this country. Gen. Tvo Odford therefore was stole Conj . Instructed at once to say to the minister of j Louis 9.-thc police report state that the immediate recall of Lar. Liat mrs. James 0. Est. Of be lome is expected by the pres a refusal to make a disavowal of de lome s Seui melts places the administration in a position calling for decisive action immediately. If Spain persists Iti maintaining this present attitude there is no alternative it is j urged but the withdrawal of minister j h Usu Jorj ii uni Maurin and inc. Sever Ance of diplomatic relations. A Bill for an International exposition to be held at St. Louis in 1903. . The House yesterday the military Academy Bill j was passed As was also a Bill to limit i the period for the refunding of the certificates of deposits of 1s79 to Decem Bersi. 1soo. Washington. Feb. Of the Aldrich Rio Man contested elec Tion Case from the fourth Alabama District occupied the time in the House yesterday but no action was taken. Washington. Feb. Aldrich Flo Man contested election Case from the fourth Alabama District was settled in the House yesterday the pass age of a Resolution declaring or. Aldrich rep entitled to the seat. A special deficiency appropriation Bill was passed by irn i Essed upon my mind that measures of temporary Relief Aro but palliative in their nature and while their is partly Good it is also partly injurious and deplorable. What is demanded at our hands in my judgment is prevention. Which can be secured Only by using nil Iii hence and Power of the government to put an end to civil War in Cuba for which i the time seems now fully Ripe by recognize i Riss i tul been mule it the Clearm away of the debris. The work will be continued without cessation until it is known no bodies remain buried. Wisconsin s Jubilee. For the payment of i curved at one o clock a. M. At Carney Sci Iii Centon Nln Cal Clintton to be a iof Seona Allar. Milwaukee feb. Directors of ing the cuban Republic and insisting thai the Freedom and Independence of the cd the Milwaukee carnival association ban people shall be respected throughout j have closed a contract with a St. Louis firm to build the floats for the Semi Centennial Celebration booked for the week of june 25 to july 3. The specifications Coll for 20 floats and the Price for the same is about the pageant will display the legendary exploration and statehood of Wisconsin and will take place on Friday evening july 1, the entire week will be tie the world. D1sast r to log trains. Ill conductor and Israk Maii the Green Bay wis., feb. Rear end collision of two special log trains of jurors fees in the United states courts i Spur on the Chicago. Milwaukee to St. And for witness fees. I Paul Road. Conductor Charles Ander Wasl Iino ton. Feb. Entire son of Menominee. Mich., and Brake session of the House yesterday was con-1 Man tews of Green Bay wis., were i a Sli Bostc ing . Two Bills j to by the legs or. The is nol hereto More been attempted of Mixior importance. Adjourned to i train roiling on them. Several cars j by american cite. One Hun voted to carnival festivities and Mil Waukee goes on record with a Promise to provide six Days glorification such were Badin wrecked. Who is visiting Here at the Home of j of Worth monday. I Isar our . Booth it the White House. Debate on Washington feb. In the Friday the matter of the prohibition of the Ini of american fruits was diamonds and j ration Anne and his son in Law. Com Mander Frederick d. Looth Tucker of i brought Lap lying to a criticism by cd real thousand dollars will be devoted to the week s entertainment. President will attend. Philadelphia pa., feb. University of 1 Pennsylvania has received word from president Meki lev that he a score killed. Warsaw feb. 11. During funeral services in the synagogue it in Grodno the woman s gallery col lapsed. In the panic that ensued 12 women five men and three children were crushed to death and Many others were seriously injured. Four drop red. Oregon City ore., feb. Boat containing live men went Over the Falls tuesday. George Freeman. Sr., his sons George and James Ard l. J. Shannon were drowned. Harry Freeman held to the boat and reached Shore. Chase Price. A ruler to quit. Vienna. Feb. Francis Joseph will celebrate this year the fiftieth anniversary of his succession to the Crown and he has decided to Sig Lia Lize the Evert by resigning in favor of his eldest Nephew. Bloody deed in Iowa. Council Bluffs la., feb. Ida j. Seipel while getting breakfast Fri Day morning at her Home in Persia was fatally shot by her divorced husband Michael Seipel. Seipel ran from the House to a Baru climbed into the Hay and shot himself through the heart dying instantly. Mrs. Weipei was shot three times and there is Little Chance for her recovery. Killed Lii wife. Warrenton a mo., feb. Tues Day morning Henry Twiehaus living at Wright City shot and killed his wife. He was insanely jealous of her. Re View he expressed to Gen. Booth his i Sci Udo to a War with the United great admiration for him Ami for the which the government did no great work of the salvation army especially in the United states. Potier Lle elected. St. Louis feb. S. Potter it tie Ijnar. Paris. Feb. Trial of m. Kimie who is being prosecuted by the repealed the Murinjr the ent. Pioneer 3lnil Carrier Send. Depere wis., i be. Clare mount who carried Uncle Sam s mail on foot from Green Bay to Chicago 00 rears Ngo. Died tuesday aged 97. He he Lerote As the meeting yesterday. The Aurore. Wrongly reflecting upon Hirsh lie Secretary shows that the j connected with the Dreyfus of new York was reelected president of i cover ment As a result of the the league of american wheelman the annual meeting yesterday report of to league has members. The next j opened monday in the Assize court i meeting will be held in Providence. R. Of Seine. The most keen Public in i i. The league went on record As opposed to sunday racing. Trimn after warships. Fair. He was borr. In St. Ignace mich., and served in the Blae Howk War in his second Girt. Cleveland 0., feb. 10. John Terest was Manifest eur in the Case. Heavy in Shine Tou. Feb. Treasury i Koc Kevelier on wednesday presented i alld Worth 5-5-000 to Ibe City of Cleve Lac Park purposes. This is the Sec new York. Feb. 12.-a special to the department has issued a statement to i Ond of the kind he has made to l j1 Herald from gyros says j the effect that the average receipts Centy he was discharged from the state j advices from Rio Vanerio Are to the from nil sources for the first ten Days j Asylum where he had been under treat effect that Japan has made an Olter to in february ? or at the men for insanity. He has been placed Brazil to Purchase tie warships now in i rate of sos6.130.5t 0 per non Tim. Which is i of the Khedive. Died Friday morning the City. Onmon Pulm dead. Cairo. Feb. I , Uncle in custody. I one. Baltimore md., feb. Lum heart dist ase. Berson Caid to have been the Las sur j Tiver but one of the War of Dice j to ten in Baltimore mo., agcu_91 years. J Tex. Feb. course of in Europe. J excitement death. I made a confession. I Dayton. 0., feb. Brad by san Francisco. Feb. Wor j vice president of the Bradley Cordage Den under sentence of death Here for i and company whose factory was train wrecking during the strike in Oscor a of Sheil overboard. Havana feb. Joseph c. Destroyed monday by fire died from i has made a confession in which he Breckenridge. Executive of nicer of t be heart dist ase. Brought on by the excite j implicates several of Peers of the torpedo boat dishing. Washed of Meni resulting from the conflagration. Can railway Union. drowned pass Quai expenditures for the past nine i kids. His death was due to apoplexy. J years. J which came without warning. Seven prov red. Palermo feb. 11. In the wreck of the austrian bark Maura. For Over cola at this port before reported the it j Philadelphia. Feb. Or. I j tempt to arrest Wiiiiam Green and i5ob Liam c. Catill former president of la tf__a________.1. t i to Havana. Paid the penalty. Reid. Feb. Mir. Cap Tom Ana six i drowned. Of the Crew were five Kilich. Kirkland. Tenn. Feb. Collision Sexton la., t eur. A Duel with Hunter outlaws thursday both men i Fayette col care died at o clock Gle. For the murder on july 27 last of occurred on the Louisville he As of resident Barrios and the succession to the presidency of first vice president Ilau Uel Estrada Cabrera. Oscar Salinger who killed Barrios was shot while attempting to escape. Gen. Morales formerly Secre tary of War has been declared presi Dent. May Boycott Yale. W. C. T. U. Asks to have Lse or Alco Lille prohibited. New York feb. Woman s Christian Temperance Union Hus taken up the fight for the salvation of Yale University. Miss Frances e. Willard president and other general officers of the Union have forwarded a petition to president Dwight asking him to forbid the use of alcoholic liquors in the University. The petition contains in implied threat to Boycott the University unless president Dwight complies its terms. Until Are Colleyville. Kan., feb. To , 20 Miles South Lohu Wilson City marshal undertook to arrest a Man named d yer a whisky peddle when the latter shot hire. The marshal in turn shot do yer. Both died in about if minutes. The markets. Live Stock Nativ Ita Patent Mir Iii Soia pc Kors no. 2 red vol May Oats to. 2 1-ii tier Crea Nirav factory cd Husk Liht skims. Eggs Western no cattle ship dins set trs. Texas setters. Stockers feeders . Fair to Choice heavy sheep Gutter Dairy eggs cheese till or Arti potatoes Ner he pork Mav. 1.ap.d May. Rips flour Strain rats Grain wheat. Mav Corn. Cash no. 2 . No. 2 Barley Choice to Farcy. Flu at. No. Alyc. No. 1 Barley. To 2 Detroit. No 2 cd Oats. No. 2. Oats no. 2 White Rye no. 2 St. Louis. Cattle Nativo steers Texas steers sheep Oil a via Sif 2nd it ii sri 3 -1 00 2 7.-. 4 7s i in co silo 75 o k it 10 5 2 4 s off n 4 Jot -1 r-5 4s j l Fis 4 sheep 3 it 5t 3 3 soft 4 00 3 y 11 "3 i o a s so ,1 05 it 4 75 s s s24 Soo e

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