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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - May 11, 1893, Corning, Iowa                                VOLUME XI ABAMS THURSDAY MAY ill 1893 NUMBER 17 IT was nip and tuck betweou baggrago8mabeis end tho Zulu at tJhicajfO but oi course the latter Eot only tho tuck They wore outelaiiseiL broke into houso of tho BraclleyMEirtinBat Now York and fitolo most of the bricabrac There howuver isomothingr for whiclli to be grateful They left tho hyphen Ayonmj1 Ijoy by the of CUronuo Lydio wiiiii billed in the Malvern yards His homo was m Newton Health ofBcers aire malting1 a to house piirp c canvass at Council Jor thor wants a foreign mission He might do well in Africa teaclung inannera to tho monkeys whose conversational powers are be ing developed under tho coaching of Profcisaor TIIK papors which hastcactf to givo the an estimate of Goncahi3 of Mexico upon tho an nouTtceraent of his daath will be pleased to learn he isnt deail not1 likely to be for aomo time h j ATXOJBWBT AY la ill tbo osorU Zmrfc h HEAL UTATt H D Block ft OOKNINO IOWA Will rroiintlv all Blf M aouatry ftteMU i C T B C U a oror aiothliy OBNINO 1OTJU THE man ivho is too well known to require any introduction to the uDpcaiK to bo iiuito numerous of lato FortutMttoly in every tho great public is too woll known to require any introduction to him Tm old Liberty bell made a noino in tho world onco upon a time but now it has cauyo to do anything but take its cum dig1 Whom ever it goes tho make tho nir rcaound with Mid Iioomlt Fettur va j IOWA ll ray tfraa to titt ymrtluv tnf U7 0 ABSTRACTOR OF THIS country has showered honor and banqucta upon tho duke of Vorti truu whoso rdinarkablo achioveinont of having1 descended from ColnntbiiH makes him famoiis Jt is not too much to say that tho worthy dukes prospects of carrying a case of dyspepsia buck to Spain coultl not be brighter A MAN turned up at tfio lUirlem station Mount Vernon N Y tho other day bearing1 a Harlem railway ticket dated and entitling him to ride from One Hundred and Twen tysixth street to Ho could easily hnvo wuld it tit the station for a many times its oriffiHiil coat Mlovring tlcty tem Btatcimunt was without customer OfllcsM mt ot K UUI9 BBIttH HEAL E3TATK AMD INIURAHOIt IOWA COMTAKUIS FOR IOWA ttt OOKHINO i IOWA is being raised by upfjiinut Htrcct uar eomluetors Ii the will complain of tho pasHonRorB who chew prum fwtisntutously and ouch niiisantO shull succeed in uhtitingr the othor tho portion of tho piibUu that holds its colloetivo jaw bctivocn meals will bo Kind OOBNINO IOWA A near Sun Bornardino was by a rattlo snako and up pliod HO it ia Haiti tho usual romcdy Uliat WIIIH six weeks ago and no hiirm appoarcrt to lutvu been done Now iho fiirniei1 has taken Ho having1 litfl when lie fioos a snake Six stoutly application of tlie remedy lijia evidently liccn too much for him it has been announced that tho re arc square milos of Cantula yet unexplored the feeling1 in favor of annexation in this country That pttteh Jor our crunks and Hea mostly pri a hititude where mate would assist thorn to keep cool J PROCTOR JLDAX9 FINE ALIiXINDBOV FOQBAMIG f OBK BON IN THE HOST ARTISTIC MANI1EA i poobetbooks and many othw of the like have all boon tho means of Huiing peoples lives from biiUot wounds but inobably tin first lime for fipackage I Lo ilot n occurred at hiuho one day recently where the life of Dave Evans saviiil by a package or gum thH bullet lofging in the Tins aUforniii habit of claiming a fortune consisting of realty in the heart ol Now York city seemit to he both deeply rooted and infectious At iirst tho fortune was only a modest but in two weeks it has grown to If the heira can only wait a few flays more it will surely be u round billion and worth striving for LUMBEr IK blood tolla anythinff the roHcrablimco of tho duko of Vorajjua 11 tho Jovian or Vlorcnco Oolurabus lotitls donaidcrablo to the claim that tho oldest of the known portraits mitl known to have been painted lit least in tho generation of Columbus probably truth ful altiuniga it was not from as nono of the portraits were Stack In ftll Ita to tba bint pclen have n ttoot flSDOW SASH AID BLINDS IJlll HAIR TKB nso of homing pipopiis on menofwar culls to mind tho use raailo of the birds first umifiin i oy Lho captain of the ark in tho time of tfec great freshet With thia now lipiii oi tho bird however its rtsputa tton tho emblem of peace will suflei With a ship sovcu or eifjiit hundred miles at there ia ffood reason to doubt the abilily of a pigeon ito make tho journey without Betting iosfc I1 UK who labor uiulor the impresBion tllit alogal oharpe of fifty pot1 cent oi1 an illegal charge of ninety nlri3 per cent ol a biff ostato in tho faiihipn of tho Jeasup attorneys may bs sincere 3u tlieii belief but they are mistaken isc of having the city eaoedi TUB IJciinii annual convuntion oC the Dental association of Illinois and Iowa will be held at Davenport and Kock Tblsmd the secpud week in May Tins proposition to bond the lEdian olji school district for to biiild a schoolhoTisio was carried by an OTCT wlielrainij inajoritj there being but thirtyseven votes against It Tho will nt ouce to build A occurred at CrcBton over a of bear that was beinfr disposed of by tough characters tJave Ferris of tuitiarac involved in a war with Tom Reynolds ant shot Eeynolda three times the balls taking eJTccfc ntiwr heart Tiae victim dice tho Tic made an anteraor claiiniog1 the sliooting ICD Th mur rjfe He is a tough figured coos pic in roany inotoLious enso Sliss Carrie Fent a 15yearold girl whose parents Hve near Amador and who was visiting in Honth Ottumwa suddenlj taken violently ill nnd died early tlie next morninjr The nn fortunjitc jfirl wciot mtn con nils ions anil wan apparently unconscious almost from thodetfinning1 of her illness siuinns were Htuumonecl Ib wats thought she had taken poison and this theory was strengthened by the fact thaitshc hat frequently threat ened to commit suicide An eminent American physician says order to escape the many danger onii that are always at hand rcacly to pouncu upon ua whenever a break in the system occurs see that the liver and kidneys act properly nt all times Nobody need be in a bad slate of health if only tho liver and arc kept in good working criler Tina can be accomplished by thinltinff water a sure remedy lor Liver Kidney and Stomivch For teatimonials write Col lux bottlinjr Coif ax Iowa reference to titie recent cold snap the Iowa Weather and Crop Bulletin fiaya Thii extent of dsimage resulting from Hits abnormal weather cannot as yet be determined butilis not to be very serious In the districts samf ol the earlier of fruits are probably injured to some extent but in the larger part of the state the buds arc not sufficiently ad vanced to be injured by the frosts There a re a few ircports of injury to oats bml this is not believrd to lie ex tensive On the tho outlwok is not nt all tliBComafjinfr the season is and gasd progress liaa been macle in and prepiiralions for Twenty tryji Iowa bulldiriEr the Worlds tfceir nntiiral bark ami inndrt with a shaven end the surface being oblique perpendicxilar and the ijrinn three ways The specimens stand high aisd will make a creditable showing1 The followingarc some of the woodis Pecan red water elm hickory elm burr oiik slipjiery elm hickory white oak Bofb miiple pia oak thoca lciciisi oak etc Capt IV A Hnycs an old solciier re sidinp at Council TJlnJEs and prominent in local politics maile three unsuccess ful attempts to commit suicide recent 1y He ia financially xvell fixod and lives in a finis ihome on Washington avenue During the afternoon in the absence of his family he went into his bedrao n placed a revolver to Ma head and fired He miscalculated anfl his faee was only badly powderbur tied the ball burying1 itselEin the after grazing the sideof his head He then wont to the Ogden house took ia room locked the door turned on the gas and went to bed Tho odor ot escaping gas was traced to his room and tho door waa forced open before any bad effects resulted Hn claimed the gas was turned on and pleaded to be le It alone Tbp windows were raised the hotel ipoople retired An hour later line odor of gas again at tracted attention The door was forced imd the old soldier vms louind on the bed partially conscious with Time to lenlh pew Tl Up Tool or HlH in Neglect of Pabllc Iwty tlie Vflte at Chnuncy fll FliC Qnontlon o Openioc tho H fMr on Sim ill y tp be Aired In Duel in ACan OHie Fatallj 1 fterusati ten Seo IVIsltors Except At IE Id los D Cr fol lowing was issued by tins president for publication ExiiCTTmi MAXSIOX May has become apparent alter tfvo months ex perience tJiat the mips heiretoiore pro mulgated tegulatmgr interviews with tlie prcfiidcut have wholly faileil in op eration The time under theMs rules set apart lor the reception o senators afiil hits bsett inthcly in listening1 toap or vrjiikih have been iteration and im of A clue ftgard for pnbliiu duty which must be ii present continue an observance ol thu Hni itiitionsi placed upon Inimiin cndnranetj oblige me to decline frotnaml after this date ail intetriews with those seeking1 appointments except fts I on own molion may especially invite tlicflt The ssunc ponsiderations make il impossible Tor me to reeciva tiiose why merely iflesire to pay then respects except on the dluys and during the hours ispeciitlly designated for tha t pnrpoM 1 request senators and representatives to aid in securing ior them itniiterruptcd inUrirviews Ity tc introduce their cooslltnents iincl fiicnfjs when visiting tlie execu tive mansion ed for receptiiUn Applicants for oftice will only prejudice 1 heir prospects j by importunity and by remain sifter t at to await father aacocDpanu N Slay tlie young naeilical student and conviction in New York city lor the poiistming1 at Helen Iotts whom hehad been secretlj married attractptii tmich attention was elcic trtieiMeiiil in the prison Itere at p Xbt iince the first execution by tliis four Smi lei1 Jugico Bind bemeatli the cicndly electrodes hfis such interest been displayed Throngs of peo ple gaUfJftrccl on thehillKiileoverlooikiiaj I the yrayprison walls thoughthe only j thing whicli they cotilcl hope to see in j connecliiOn with the exwutibri nas the display1 of the black ilag above the j towerlaifter he had been olHcially pro nounccci dead This morbid curiosity wiaii partly accounted for by the fact that he ivaii tiiie first man of intelligence to di in the electric chair partly to the wide publicity given to the case im the and partly to questions of the manis gmll thoayh as to thelast the chusf element of doubt Jay in Har istieady assertion of snnoncnee Every jiossible effort was mnde to aire a rieversal of ahdthat failinjr lo induce Governor Flower IL the punLshmeat bur without CARLISLE ONE OF WHICH HAS BEEN AGREED UPON The TpuEi WljiSrUt Xcw ifork ure Int Out TlieIr not SiHisfnctory lit tJic Isccretiirj tti Kifrnrd Ilusalun E lia to She r Foii ofljKn Cu A Sclioiil aiarcn lpigrhiinniKl Fl Wliy tion hedrapped into a school hevise question the teacher A report had been in circulation there was a craty man wamlcjrinjiiraboHl in the ricinitjr iind Miss St Ckur leaclitir taking1 the oridlookljij visitor for insane parson beta mi cd and ran from the building followed by the whole school TiUcoTeriTig htrr mistake the teacher returned lo school but vis itor hud JtiMjDlLtt CONGRESS WILL CET TOGETHER IN EXTRA SESSION jots and the window Tito Opening CmcAu1 May rule to close the Mattes of the ivorlrls was rigidly c yesterday at least fnr as Uitf tickutimrdiasinj public was concerned The fortunate hamdretls who holt were aiiraittcd howev er and allowed winder about tho grounds tH their will It wus a beautiful day land thousands of workingmen some of them with families went to the fair grounds mi dec trie apprehension that the gnsross were to Vc open and when those toiil eis wore turned away they left in any thing1 but a good humor it was high ly siTKsmiitinfC to see lnc to voretl luuulruu thousands enter the f rounds on pussess while they who worked all week were excluded Tho valiility ol the law of congress closing1 the gaics in to be tested in the courts this week Charles W Oiiiijj man who is a itoclthclrler in the fair has served notice on Secretary Ecl monds that he will appeal to the courts to open fair on Sunday In his let ter iivtlic interest of the workingpito pliT aiiif IP representative of other SI Jl pie be admit fird Sunday the damans overs other day the week eonVnues he not only for my own interest financially as a stockholder but more efpjiriallr for the public who could not sec the expo sition on any uther day except Sunday Havingmade this demand on yon in writing I placed the matter in the hands oi my attorney who will commence Iejgal proceedings at once against the exposition if my demands nob complied sip B FA to Duelists May remarka ble duel that in the deith o1 one of the prinLipjls and the jatal wounding1 of the other was fought hero last nifflit Jacobo Valdea a promi nent and wealthy young merchant and Ilutarco Margo a rising attorney had been suitors for the hand of a well known society younglady of this city for several months The two men over love affairs and muni ally agreed to settle their differences in a duel tn the Knives having1 blades three iuuhes long1 were selected as the wen pans The duel was fougfat in a secluded spot above the city The duelists foughl clesiiecately in the darkness for twenty minutes when fell dead pieced to the heart with the knife Both men were horribly mutilated and Valdczs injuries will prove fatal The seconds have been surriistttl ot Depew Dies in Waiv York City YORK May Eliza Hege inan Dupcw wife of Chaunccy Jt De is remained at lier board inghoiiifii yesterdiiy and did not lo the hhe took her hist iareweiil her bojr Saturday afternoon Tlie scene was of the saddest that has erer beeii witnessed within the grim walls where allis sadness The mother whose efitortS in her sons behalf have aroused the sympathy of a nation whose courage never hail ted and whose belie iin tlniiniioceinccul her son has never fiahererl broke down before his cell door wad wept prayed with her boy the t loom might le averted and winkthe guards hardened as they are to human turned away with moistened nyes the mother and son kissel and parted for last tarae The youinjfiT brother Allan jwst on the verge of manhood also said goo1 Yesterday afternoon shortly Charles L Harris the ompanied by young1 Allan went to the prison Although the ruins do not permit visitors to enter on S tin day an was made and the father and so a met lor the iirst time in At a1 quarter past tivtlve the ss were to the execution lihamber and the tUiath flagwas placed in r ptijttkm hoist The numbered evcn consisting seven physicians lien newspaper men and ten slate cif liciiils liriends of the warden Arrived in the execution chamber the witnesses Look seals in a semicircle around the death chair and everything1 biting In ieadinciis keepers brought Hiuiris into the chaiiaber jumompanied by the chaplain He looked pale As he tcred the room he paused an instant on the IliTPshohil calmly hiirveyed the ns iemliled witnesses and the keeper indi cated the chair to him WUhcmtjcvena ijlanctjiof curiosity it medcathdeaiiiig machine lie stepped forward and took his seat As he did ssohe requested per mission to speak Tina was accorded him lie said speakingas if every word cost hiim great effort have no further revelation to make I desire to say I am absolutely uino May tlic confov encc Stjcrclary Carlisle and a IcadiBgbatik hen on April several slories have been told of his iplans whiuh bar been propoiwd whereby the gold in ihe treasury would It has Visen said that sev eral ptms to thiii urid been under discussion by lliu since the sec retary went and that one of them wjisevtintually upon Thistis not crtacrjy ihcirfiHe A Via sis upon which the Imnlis will ing to put ont their acceptable to the secretary of ihj trifissiify ideas of his own the tion tlir jrold reserve and his inti the tc plan he would to put iriiio ClTcct bsink viii very retiasnt spealiins1 of Hit pilau ulikn would jjlease the hecre lary as it is not evactly tn lEicir Bul from i jneiubr of one of the lead ing hunltlng in this city hasbeen Fully loairersMiFit with till that Has taken place the eold sit uation n synopssts ofthii pian lo pro UJLI thtt pjld rcfftiire which it is sjid wonhl be aisjcplable to the secre tary waK TJie liankcifrom wrhoin the iiiforina was olrtaiimll said The situation is not as bad as illappears The fear has uf a payment by he governrnynit of ito cnrruncy obligations othcnviKC than by the gold in itspos Mjfcsiun The real HUlienliy in in ilie Uinks of their rtwerve OrLdKCid now aVmil by tluir iniistiiniuns The uf forl the pnyiimnls fn tlrs city has ujfn tlio1 contration cuustd by the tu thu gorernnwiivaf le i tenilcr currency forigohl Tho Rold isshippid nnd ta tlucom inunily hut tiiiaclors ire paid tnasmiry jmd cannot again be jnut except thnmybthc slow of inncle by I it As at is anin ward and low ul iheUeasury 1 the loss or grain U ilw banks on Ihis head be msaiaiiired by an receipts Jind of It will be seen thurc wilt not be a lass or giiin either side ot say I per inoolb based on the deficit by shiijpiojirof froldthetrciiMiry or brinks riny lnst i i too per wtkk This io s they cannot bear and the result will be if themove niient takts pliice then thfpresent ie sicrvcwill dissLppsasr anrt up in the States treasury anil the banks wili be ti their old ex pedient of inakirig1 ftLttllsments with the ceirini hous iiti house eertiti the electrodes were attached the sgnalgivcsii thelevercliekudaiiarp ly the form of the condemned man fitif fcned till the straps creaked while volts passed through his frame At of two seconds the current was rednceti to volts which was contiinaed fiftyfonr seconds longer when Harris was pronounced dead the was f ally shut off the i put m active niovcriunK tint larpr part body dropped back limp An of iher restrvc Bliowwl no of life and it was be well for lilie IsanKS paid to meet and take tins stisnirestion into serious consdviition and thus relieve the whiilti at thus purtiup 1 heir of jroid lit thu of the cnmniunity llny would save tha lnsscB by thci con Li mi a stringency Lhc inurcan Lilt1community ami relieve thu presMirc of the contiiiunt saicsat the Siosk eiv uluLnjcre vrJiich latter help howcsver is to tac liulp thus of the whole liv ladoptiiug Fartfi to rliiiriifio ir Miy 1 Another cut went into yciterciay It was made by the Denver i ICiu Irairde aud puts the fare for tlie roimrf Den ver to ChicagO at uiti the llknvcr St rouutl trip This is the answer to the reconi irop of the Atehison road Ironi u for the round trip between Denver ind yo The Atehison will do MotiiiTur im mediately in reply lo ibis reduction will await the result of the in Denver between Iresident Ile inheart of tSie Atdnnajri and tleftViy of the Denver A lio Grande Other western lines HIM pray ing1 thf two pivtiiUrntt aiijust umtUre o its tn avoid uny furiher re duction in rates A meeting of UK of ihc western roads was hcM todiiy for the purpose of Opinion Than Contlniift tbti Wintct ynt to AniicmliVi K lnlls clc WHS itot licll TJjfl Fair at Both TIonrarB Through Conferonrr month V iVanliliifflQH tn Nw York Hunks Sunday Opening the rillitgewithoin of tJic A of Omnhr people the rnnuns thivHavid niid Gcoifte Mvrcer S H C S itoutirornerr and wifi and Irs MKINtEV SEES NO DANCER Coi It ivusi that they would also liiki up the iighfein Colunniih Init tuy diil Tlic rcfruUir Miiiontily mettinir of lie IV i stern WHS licit liKiay Tliy prineiiial matur bo lore the xviir ilo U Clark of 1Vorii the ing on bohuU onihe Coiuincreiaii Trav el Crs but tl it ivas implietkHhli tu Mtsll snth tickets at the prcsLnt liinc Agent Ilnaiforcl of ihp Chi yihvautvCj iiKi ST Iriiil ioid a ail Artist nut Ucncial Afent CtMjk of tine Chitriigo it were appoiuteil aindithur jominittte for May anKlii7W hino and luJy re spectively The new form is sotiirXkin wenr taker up and the model drafted by Cliairmiui well was ailopted Jt into ef fect wli en the new inent IH in full operation and nut tlnit time It was ptrmits lo ricie for half fare inijrlit biTntnUd to of Iho Yoang Mens Chris tian assentation WiiPHlXviTOM Mny who Crisps liiuUfnant and who a member cii the comnuttoe on rules will have something1 to sty ia Upis lorreppLHUiiiiV coiKeruinfT the jnobn liilitics of an extra anS lejrihla tion upon the1 question extra SCSISLOR congress iis Scp temher is i posi of pOttUng1 thoSnanciwl jirohlem I do not believe that it wi5 idoiirn after orffanwation thinlr it will ran time Vihile 1 eanaoi spcaU for the he continued uii cnnvimcd that then in pttwinjr doUnniEalfni 1o re peul thr Uvcr pnrcluiM net Thirl uivv bcin srreally intntniciit il in alOMl i rodnetiim in tho ot silver linllioii IKCUIC it has i for The iiat 1 ai rsMiH of an in Demand I fnr of the meun is to dwreuse iomand for 1iu ntlior j In I TUKrliLO X V JKuileyJen rnnVo to irom stnpp short tiruc In uia i crnor slviti Thiiro cr any It is one 1 come vipon ihe p They conn like dHioii oCiirs n o occasion ons part o1 it on poorer cl patient and iahe anJ thorofrrc XieliiiTC tiicrc house of wfint that lievethat a si repeal M cheapen it1 dn not a vinirie mail in the fiilarircs who docs nor do I Vc membor will vole hcrc i there i them Yon jshould DJ hani times many jresourccsj that h party jaOHi denee in woulci svand hy n every PresUlent and jwjsiljln to know the of a slriapcnt of their critks rrithin their grasp true tjondition of aJF he cojiUl convene ant a Tvciuul any rjoefrd noirjiiestion about and ihfi advisors deem L n HIT jiiidffinent Lhc o 1 th Tenor of ways and al will out livll AUTHOFfESB some compromise May lional foufercnoo jonrncd to will n coneral in that tlile bv r not a suitable in Mnissill iVTisinbic oi ffcltnir was i cos of it tho cinl oi May wa ihiu1 for nivn May caini to tda TWO SMALU Intlinns wnii Sleci Trn tS a aiHCiHiA ier arrivfid heie today briritrin A cour i D for mation of an attack made by sevoral hundred vaqvii Indians on a dctach ineut of govfrnment who had neen sent against The figJit occurred ncur the Cliihiiahun Statt line west of Sohusrejm and resulted in a number on botla si5es beini and ivoMinded The Indians well armeii and fonght desperately uoiiipelliiuj the government troops tobeat a h rusty iv trcat withoutjarryiafr off their dead and wounded from the field The In dians have sent word that no troops or will be permkud enter their country and as the gnrernracal will send a force of against them an excitingand bloodj cainpaijrn is expected SALE OK SANCFIOFT RELICS the hibors of confc result oi n coiiMilunion sonu of l he iieiejrUs ritaUs yesterday i wjis cabh ainmntniiviivnt riiiw th helri lirosham an ul ihv rinK t ia1 a in c New I1 law xnA ontly In his pursuit the study arts and lei UTS he Miss Helen AinsluSmith Hie ijuown iiattioruss of ihsldronX storieB A followetl nut n Aap IP thev vcrS iccroily Jiiasried Mil siinUin of tvnitdltt some time ntxi NMVCHI ixi CorLrnor txa of who a is SoniVr 1unos of ivili continue lo SITVO itjum tlicccmimis sion unicli yratinwilion it Lhc of iits mid bclkvc thut it will iiKnasc InpropcV ui feivnee Sllltri annl her wa Ml al r iaiksycstiLidsty n re valiroriind finfd Uvo shots into tiie hesirt of iuptjin Ida ISonnelt find then tiivd twcinimf shots into his own Vi Mil band havit perfectly ai the wior hi n die1 Thuv Kllioii ie ana Mr ViliV oivn T iving nt u time imi uaiy and i few inUKia f the I t and on lrihiy tiiitii flanpernnsi The to holil on and he His fiiind thought i witrld siionici iVnow tiiat vo had preeeiici liia thiiwonoikcs ko OJOM l i to hm hi he v rtric at hj had licon for so otts ftt oti was over c cc fnc MUrl Ir iil I thai Thev fell svitSiin two feel of oilier j papers a ML u solution foe line hank to rec this ifiict and pay oiit to their cnstomtirs imd in part settlemonT of their ihe article which they noiv whkh not in volve the taivclnntary hoarding1 of tjruaury and thus evident that death was instantaneous The was most successful In d tun WASBISGTOS P Hoke smith has abolished posiliovi known asi tllie special agency of the In which has been hed solely by Mrs rioirchester wife of tin super intendent of Indian schools He be lieved this office practically nsclttts and consequently involves ex pendiinres He has aalive for the overhanTins oi the mrliiHt bureau and it ismore than proh nblc tbabalnrgc number ot changes will ibe made tli is week He upon the recommendation ol Commissioner frowning dismissed ifoursuiMMvisorsot the seinici Each of theaa re a salary of a year iocliL ie of expensiS Senators Jones of Arlsansas anI Kyle ADAMS 00 FREE PRESS THB Southwestern Iowa Soniu mobs hang people to the great uoandal of the law Other mobs merely attend world ings to which they havo not been bifMon anrt act Ufca a mon of poJitiuoatod rowdies fsllato The Sioux Works 1 A fllfn the closed His friends then took charge of him and prevented him rloing any farther mischiei to himself On the next day ho made soveral unsuccessful attempts lo procure a better revolver TToo ranch whisky and domestic troubles arc aasigned as the cause On the 25th T Hedges president of the Union Stock Yftrds Company of Sioux Cifcy and wealthiest man in tbat city tissitfneii all his property omounthiff by schedule aceonopanying the nssijpnmeut to for the benefit his At the same time tliie Hedges Trust Corapany of which ho is pireeidbnt aaaiffied with liabilities of assets Mr Hedges1 liabilities ore Ten minutes livter the Union Loan and Trust Company designed also Its statement Bhoijrg liabilities of and aiisotti of of youth endorsed MOSK a democratic editor of Ulaomfieln ImK for the position of siiperinUimlcot of Indian schools pew died at her residence in this city at Although was known to be ill tliiis sudden termination oE her illiicss was not expected by ILEF family arid those who were most mately connected with her Her dition showed no material change uriiay iml early this morning the turn for the worse came Mr Depew his son GhivuDcey mother Mrs Jlrs Bepawfs brother J Niveiiii Hccreman and her two little nieces tlfic chilclrcn of a deceased er Who toave macle their home with her j since fathers death were called to the swk room and were all present when tlie end came Mr Depewwajfi completely prostrated and hais shut jbimaelf tip against all Tjlhis afternoon and eve ningfrljcnds ealljcrl at the residence Icavinslarrb expressingsympathy witri the Cjiftjprt far tbu of Utnli WS siriseroS C May t Tlripfhnm appointed Inited States mar shal for Utah was born in Natick thirtyseven years ago Mr tarn was graduate from Hairvard cliuis t TbHl Kuysiiin Treaty Igain VVAsiuxFtryN May It is karned that Shu dtslay in the issue of the presi dents prodmiialion in rcjrard to shuex traiiitinri treaty with Russia is due to nonarrival erf the treaty prepared by the Rusfiian in ance with the tertnrt tin iigriumjnt aunl hanilloil to onr minister it Pe tersljurs1 cm ihe of the cx ehimge of the Russian uanitnl on the 21st ultimo Tin cere mony esitaoKslieJi the thut the rsitiliec by each governinent and then arc exact hipli tratus so ffiras the text is conirerneil The Uuwitm copy is its way to YTinshingUin pnjsUlieiHs hiilion basiJfl upon itAwaitinff its receiipjt before terms of tile un thrill the American heart wilih prido STB AM PEINT OFFICE IBAMil jft HKiORT irom SorvJa tiaya the ynuijg King1 Alexander is a eynicivl youth with aheiart as hard nethar milHtone that he novor what boyhood is and ia tough for pas time ami by inheritance Ho ia tlie righltttufi tornilQaknoF evidently A IAW paBBod tho Now York legislature jiovrapapers for1 nifikmtj false of iiculatioiii for tho imrposa qE flccaivingadver tisoro This leKielAtivo Institutions ol our country will yat to oar terriblofrmt KtGBr ftlongin Uno with tnieemohe id piooE limfortna tho lnvontiin of a poivdor foi use by torpedo bouts that make Bach aPittEDinguniduknesii oncmv lei wSkthcrW little 000 ipnrth of othm propeity iff m tivufit B R Simitb necr a few minutes la tor filed gages fco the Uniim Loan and Trust cnrapaay araoimting1 to and at closed works leiLTinj 100 men iivnemployecLi A mortjfage for priviin fcy n D A WilliamsJ on the Hotel to A son imd oy bina assigned to tha Union Loan Trust ompany was also fileq Also a warranty A eel fretm D T to the HJnioi tomparajr loi a DOO aerial ot JTtirrn lunclm rtooilbnry foanty lor iJliiftkinBcra iToprjctor of the I Bioujc fits Dressed Beef and Canmiigr Comoanjr antl one of the m Ihe utv aAsiffrted a large amount1 oil property to meet special liabilities but will make no ossignirnEnt He tail indorsed tinouni ojE iredpreh fnpar it foil eel him to tftlta this atllon the of Ijist year he xvas in chutie of the Hteirary bursiiu of tlie com mititaeat weslern Iieatlquartura j I SEW8 2JOTES trouble is looked foc between tho cii this Meiaphis AppealAveilancbe anil the Meraphis Coartmercial uoaiufc of ap arhjsle which appeared IB tbei former paper United States steamer Dolphin jfjiv Tins old linn the croft spent maiiy his history of Suites was yesterday invnt ed by a crowd oi bar gain ann relieKecUeira Tbe reel fiajr of tlie auctioneer hung Vom the front entrance and au wile lo The highest bidder was jroiny on through out the day11 wasi a auction crond though many were drawn by i fealing of cnriosUy to see tininside ot i the famous od raansinn acd 1he ftir nilure aatl other rsssocialeil with the authoiroif ihc History of iho United effects were some rerv and a nnmbjr that wore inter cstinjr oi preat h s torian With fijw arti cles were told for trsflinp figures APPEAL TO THE PRESIDENT Cincinnati Anle CJevcUnd to Prevent Sand T Openingof thr CINCINNATI Chio May mem bers of tin Evaujretical jUliaace of Cincinniiti which comprises nearly all the ProteMaiit miulstcrs in the city held a niftetingr totay and by an im anamous vole after an address by tlie Eov Wilbnr F Crafts hent the logtelegram Grover ash injjtoo The E cancel kal Allsattci rcKjucsts that the Altwnuy prevent br injinnction the violation of a law oi Congress against Sxmdav opening of ilie Fair ASI A talegram vras cilro sent Lo dtnt Pahner at Oiicaffo to tlie tame effect A retnSutioii passid toit cnrrinF with PiresUl en L Palmer in the belief that to wilh the pco piewould injure ill3 fairfinnncialiyby feel jt to be their tian and patriotic duty to stiy away liaO niiidc repeated uffair pot hm rli U1 HLf Iiiil i csptiitR iiic ihiit ltk JITJI ir rov1 i tlv wilh him d ihtiS UaslihlS wi llirciUflKMl Slfl i ijilv a oi i a iiiilivi o an has been titn wiih ihc alvation ahmil two SJie i wide ovir the mid tx jiHmliersoC iJieanuy wjtli siin dad come in Hsisliins hero feveral year from hiiiui hln riff and lUPilv niloil Siis knK He wai Ii hut Husivins O7 tin cJeiiry of 1 re net of ihe fide pjditii lie hearinjr iiihv riMiictilrof the i vorv theSix HlvicL Ur Ill foinnaii 7tc not SUb IfCfi1 has of hts ro it bi mom condition f an e Th tulloclor ycsUM anvsrl trade aJcir iho olat ihc it i wm MBV jiiiiiivliy thoiifili Treifury depuriuiciit them the is to ud lbore That Oic trouWc in an appr shown ho Uict tnaL vg niniitinea at tne ealime Hie ot tliu Slip lumiius ami then hiw co1 wrut home The mailer wax not even in tllc supreme ciu treasury nhe Hlth 1 oflitiiils thiigli hey w nn express u is that treit broiijrnt preseiK eonclilton uiwin and l he juvcrnmetujs not ia any way llint the linio liiu when th Hlh Six rnrnpanks Mr ft anil 1 It appeal goveriini Gent1 raj lime bv iru ruiiof jnifflit Jiavc been has crumcnt is nut in i i by iiis bonds idfrcd sis ie on to tnli Punic In K Delrolt TII May after tlie instaneu alao is romnng on or getUng Off Mr about tlBO vet in cminn secretary ot lha Unloir JUwin and Iliust Company con to H ot hn 1 motn j on Hixti May important rigthe duties on wool is iioboVlied in iiistrnctions by Adtitigfi Sctxolarif Hamlin ot the treasu rydepartmcnfc the collector ot cua toinsiijt New Vlprk The coileistor is directed itorclnijid to certaija irapbrters dut at his nort on thirdclass B aecoifl JHCP with tin d vision of tine Lircuit af pcnls Tilt merthamltsE consisllcil of while gray and y 1ou iviiali Ihe vttol wflnii faCMtcc at tlie of 100 per cent v loremaiKl the gray and yellow A atlheirste of hi per cent tid valoretii linden1 the restriction oianse rf the wool bchulule and the court decided ttiftt t he white wool WHS dilitmblept tlv wnly of rO pier cent valoreiqi aid tWe ffifay apd yepow wool at thia rate oi valorem the resuJtbc ingiHatf onelit If of the iloty vSlllie Taiesa matrtit wall ne ttpplied fco all pending1 aSjtt will rule foi tue la iiito in Nortltriver New ami iserionsly dtimatfecil appoint ed ircceivisr of the premier steal worfes at1 request of ihc coiiiipanj i The Capital CSty biink of Jones tabernacle at with a Beating eapicitj of pleople blew downl i Ail agreemwit lias niaade Ivjf tli CJntnanaen will bel arrcs OL C May stne incnt prciiarcd fram the retonlh of the Potttoffiee departmctnlr shjws that duringthis first two rnouilis of tlie ont iidmitliistfatiam tine total number of appointed was as sjjfaiinft f IM made duringthe first two moifthsroLf Sir ad ministration The number of sip pointmemts nrtue daringthe two nionllis tj fill by res igiuitiona tientlis was as iLiiOS tiKHle riiuring DRperLcd of Ilie last administra tion fliie nurtitter itt removals made lisslJitiwo montba is shown havehec ii onlirjl while tha numbtir oi reiuovils the two months tif the EarriiLon ailiniuistraticm reached of Tiorktfl tnaheoum tqj tLst menls fjr ypirs uo there fore I 10an o icuiorals coasUtntiogabty of theliCtirj oti Anothtr rLvolt m pjirted frqin iiiencls iiaJaTnaieji Jobn Flood TJho is charged Novel Electlnn Coifl ract suit for brunch of contract has iusl heii brought in lHarnvshire Counly Isaat and Jtcob areleading1 fsirmers of the coimty the foriiitr an ardent and the latter an Eicpubliciin Before tin Presjilenttal VEnmeler agreed wiU Hoffman to take his sheep at enrii Cleve land was while ii Harrison Was elected lie LV fi for the wool produced days ago Hoffman offerd to deliver the sheep but V cepte l New Vorit for in wli be ifiil probubly valrcn iip Midav Tlic 3ilc thwt the Kxiil clirect ois inny itUoinpt toopun worlds fair inii keep it opic on Jsim bv nnlil 1ho tloie uf Ihexrett tltin has i deal of comment ing troiL audience was ond l3ai fourth finer front part of put out loss tauJisitt Ukii lo tlie uudny sa lliey them on HofLnmo suets for tile pries of his flock fttaiiding1 ready todeliv r the t case is es eitinff a great deal of inturest the ashofs audience T and the pli TIMUC May ors of the which ejected agitator ftfi his riice atctln that body hcM were us in IE STOCK AM PK rUu trom officJally Mniy I 10an tin masnfoe of iopomtments is annourrceil rest of tlie CiUan iu surveBts The Ka Tiiiia corresKiKlMit the Impurcial The here were waencd long ini ailrnace of Hie prepar tioiift for tin i but Binall When the nuuiionaijunnt ot w iguiticni attention to uprising eaunj thjty lost their Kvun f ho pates thrown optn Oil ihe in iliircviohition of tiiic ri ot adtmnislrMtkia lirriniiuci to a slop the yiriceh thmryxd by some of t VHiits at the Thcivfrtai Ci wil ciitlior have lo reduce ilost1 up 1 Mrs 1mur 1ahiitir ol tin iKxmiol of the worlds Juir wi the openm of tlie it liic tiiis morniviy UlvL t JPI couipulliti to resign n qiiarretinjr ami HwoybVr llave iu a maiiuer T OMAIJI 2 S 2 ivhlto to tnre t ace o f te deaths njas 3 d7ii nure tUjn I i Jn ConM T ill be ifcried May 2 J he Delta the Loaisa aum lottery organ hiia suspended l Dr Timiier nbrofherof theijiember oi parttament Hook n dose of mcrphntai un si lUikidon hotel uiiddwd af ia iit sacitasoi lial bo m tlie wlutes re tprwards tlie nasreri The is hiftlit iw n thf Vertfrotn mwf iamjj1 rapirtly repitiUon df la 6t vcnr s Hooct is f TUere ww a grml in crush atjd almost the Livciiatlic ilJNwl tales Protwtion government Tlie panic SD crcased the i alarm nod gave rise to VxtifTgorations of the ilieoliny wisvery iii bo lore it was avr f Iln Etuiics uveu tried imd unfx inbroken voucs ncconipamcfl Ctiba disapproved r All move tUiw from Chile i a jfair i issiinii d ii ii 194 M3 Titnau 1 rnl ii rs to remain until bfe t t AdI the depirtnient tJiiis city at ihe Chile am Asrierican Hostoii who had Chile frfr U yaur The letters in support of tbe voucs ItcartfcH jyinpatby KJI she tliiclarcJl thlht WitS llSCOlliiljvl rttltt 1 siction memters oluie boarS i hie i vied wiith other to ws i and iimlJy I nsr SastMit 1 mods of a mobflfikr iind shlc bail done J NEW another dis irvrni 3iim stating returned tn the eaatiuned iit oi rtem tlie Alert u lo n from uoa In the Hftpdoct iintfJ tlie interior to 5hft j two men wsis thej tor SsunAsy vfscire warned s he j that tke kilt theHt CCFMl front 01 thp jpjfcfckielct people ol tinding Jxiiopoun have oqjcciatkniH Ihiala loo hi h Jlilnk of solvod in not 140 pastengei tram here at t W p m was held in thr Indian lent oi Vcniffaa Chilcacjo to ftho F it S last lnipbt bj six men Would not r i iHino dlicimslv W wiiifcTBCftisr vm rlnl roiadi from Coa national S s iu u irhi   

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