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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - June 1, 1893, Corning, Iowa                                ClmsAUlrlcb Curator VOLUME XI a JUVOT JMT to ryi u CORNING ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THURSDAY JUNE 1 1893 NUMBER 20 tho IT is not believed thai positors of Mexico will rise in reotaon hocuuso a proof Hinder waa bunched with u lot of editors sent to jail recently by tho president oil the republic IOWA INISWS ITEMS THE EXCLUSION I ACT IOWA down foreign conintii to this country ancl got ricih young wives for tho asking Forcilgu slug ursj piano players and nutttrs come ovor lierc and lalcci buck with thorn intlopenclcnt fortimss in afew montha No womler de lm BUftritt m nf Co AMKKICANS will note with a sigh of Ioaiffnution that Mfthiinri life ol1 Furaut is bcinpr ancntionod by 1ho piess m tho biography of thu grcnh tonfotlorato I he blu ruler is doliffhtfully Knplisli that thu No York dailies to at onco AT In ftl too t FM Ofctlia IIAHCJUNS in rlRAL ISTATB p H Tin prinuo of Wales is said to pro sent the speuUuslo if a man in danger oC uld ago while biri mother is Ktili in hoc piimc Ho hits crowdotl iibmil IIMI yours into evoiy ono of life and ho iiiiji it is said luid fun onoutli tu uoimolo him for missing a job on this thro HP S IOWA Will HfiWtlT Mill Uty c T Cole C QLOTBl II OMUo am i OOItNirNO Will u rn Ofllw LWJI ii OORNINQ i Stan IOWA is made thai a Tiiuoraa gontkmiiiii has gono Ettst Tor puiposr of havinghands grafted upon a pair of stumps thiit lire all that rumain of his uims The person making announcement should also jftt Perhaps a conaeicnco could lit TIL fUsil Jnto his uystem at tho institution AXVniEii hatcliet has bison dugup in tho UmLlon murder my story at Fall Hiver Mass If there was tuny thing the tragedy did not fsoum to need to round it out it was mnro hatchota Thoro arc now about as many as tho dtjfondant has and toos and if she used thorn all ami only killed two people there in hoicomposition 8 H fiL BirEBII of Oskalooaa control general at StjGnil has been relieved by the apjwnntmtinb Irving B Rich rimn also of SH SMITH wbo fatally shot W Perry near Vinton last January lav criminal intimacy with hia wile was Hisohurifcd by tha jury which waa outi eighty mitmtea IN the failure ctl thie Columbia Na tional bank eacQov Larrai bee who wan not only it heavy depositor but a largis fitockholder ia said to haMJ lost consider money A MOST sieuisational divorce case hail just been brought at Winfield by Mrs Catherine Jane Chambers aguiast heir husband claiminghe threatened tocul her heart out abused her and put poison in hei coffiee Coroner Wiiiffitlii of Polle county will appear before the board of supervisors and ae bo the advisability of hsiv inga thorough investigation ot the Sitnr nrtMoon trslfjedy which occurred last week at DcsiMonies THIBUB is E fearful epidemic of licarlet fever at Coilds a town ia Vun wnmfcy Kiiisvrly every family in the town is afflicted Prank Hallycr lho hotel keeper caused a sensation by ni fusing to bij qiiEirantincd aad A ricifc nearly ensued but tiae board oJ health enforced the order THK injunctions restraining the Island squatters from breakingup ar fencing thei land the title to which seems to be in doubt have been lus sobretl by Judge Carr at Fort The hare settled iihe wholle lake shore claiming that the land still belongs to the government THE job of buildingthfl new school PROM liECBE TARV St ST Mafct l dtf Not to wUl tlon SttudnyMt Kma iMiku A WUKS a oontiiictm biilancos an iron girtlor HO delicately that n tihiinco touoh knocks U over und tho crush kills a pedestrian Ib al most socin timo for a robuko bly tho coroners jury may rise in its mifjhtnnd clecilaro cctnsmro This is believed to bo tho limit ol punish ment set by pjuccdont for careless to a liomiciclal degree WWA IfOK IOWA FXOPLB A m aim OOKKZ2TO IOWA w ahMrtnlly funiJulniil Uom Flour you re house in Hampton has been let to S T Roberts oi I5esi for 000 The buildingia to bs seventy by must bo a merciful hundred in size modem tion with pressed brick and Foiiter Iiebbe ol 0ea Moines tliie architects A VEBV sad happened at Clarion Alittla boy 11 years old had his foot caught in a wheel tosir ingthe leg ofE There were two baig ffies the one beaintl the other larad fastened by the pole to the first boy was in tho rear and in way the wheel caught his foot Gov Bonca WiisinHol Springs S when hei heard of the dynamite ont itt Musicntine He at once Lcit for the lifter pliace and spent tin entire day in Investigating the matter He The some A paper with sonic of ulates tho Hat1 Particular hud by it to tho iniujrinativo novelist in chargo of circulation tatistles Out hero the scheme is not simply to thu PC son in rjueation H goon oven BO far to omboily the hope of mfurm him Hut tho iiav may be more set in wayti Bur notra rcd0posHi et Enropt Ima PBOOTOB COtlSTTS OUKKKNT events furnished at least two fruitful tliuinus prosy comment tho pufit few dtiyfj and for pulpit trcatmenl act decision urtd the opening cif the worlds fair on Sunday Each ol has u patiiiotic fiiflo Inti of it shoultii bo tluit thoy supported tho patri i siilo In both casos by a luirgo nutjoiity Ax nmonilraont has btion adulod to tho code of ethics jTOVornrng the medical profession A pbys sued the etitJitu ol an oxpatient for a feo and tho fact was then brought ont that he hurl been cn gagml to tho patient Tho court opined in effect iiiiit tho atlmiriiBtrii tion of piUti and jmtions unclur the ciroumsUincos was a labor oi Uivo A duutor of raorconary in atinetri sbould ia casos similar him a follow practitioner und whuyk up ou tho fee taaya the law will not allow him to otter a riawaid for thft capture and convic tion of tint but other wise be will do he can to bring them to ON account oH the embarrassment of Wood bury countys finances tae board of supervisors has by resolution ordered the treasurer to transter his deposits to another bank with which arraqprc mcuta ihave been made io curry thi county warrants and cash them as prft Tho treasurer and tbe board i Op ID s oorderthat there may be uniformity action amongcollectors Qf crustoms and a thor ough underiiiiandihg on their part on the construction of esriBtinglaws on the Chinese cjiiostJon Seeiretarjr Carlisle has writtena leHeroiE instruction on the subject The letter It is stated cioea not re late to tho uxclnsion act and makes no change in thB issued TheletttJJnsacls ais follows WASHKNOTOX May or of Ctustoms New York de partmenb circular dated the 4Sh inst the officers of this nepsirtTiienl were in structed to refrnia froramjikirigarrests under the proviHiPinsof the axjtiipprov May 5 ISSil entiled An Act to Pro hibit the Corning oil Chinese Person B Into the Umteu until other wise directod Jhis order remains in iorcc so far as it Applies to Chinese par sons who have faMud lo obtain cortifi cutcs of resident under the provisions of the tith of that bat who otherwise viill nftt have ill rijght to re main in the Hccites Itiislmown however that nunabers of Chi nese laborera entered the United States in of ithe prouiMons of the act approAd Slay B as amLndeil by the act approved July S 1834 and of the approved 1888 Many of tWeae persona ibape ob tained adroissit1 upon falsa repre sentation that were not la borers but mcAhsnte and others have anteired claiuiesiiaelly from contignouB territory Inviting your attention to the first second third fourth filth of the act approved Mat 5 1692 entitled An Act to ProhiJuit tMe Comoijr oi Chinese Persons the united which continues in the provisions of the previous acts coming into this cotinty oi Chinese laborers and providingfr the trial imprison ment and deportation of soch persona who under said awsi are foumi to be not lawfully entHleil to remain in the Unrtecf Statas artj directed to use all the meant Haider your nontrol to vigoronsly siitl prorisions of Jaw aucl to toke measures as may be necessary to sHure the arrest and prosecution of Guineas laborers vrhoare rumble to show Aaft tilioy havei obtained lawful into United States f G CAiRLisirE Secretary THEY WANT THE LAND Hid of OldTtmc llanln agitation ijfaiDst smoe liias praved a great su c in iSt Lniuis and ilj is now evident hat will be in generally Nearly thousand citilzeni have joined the ideal Hraoke Abaiiemeni AfiaJciation and some of the worst off eniilftrB are included ITL The till hands to pat in jsnokuconsHming is so greut ancl many are j do the work fihisanmmer that the time the feistivity season there will be comparatively little tMriGke in fclie tonsineiss suction of the ity iintl oneeery Jeatnre bit zBosfcadveirtiisinff cities will disappear Entirely The actioio of the Sit Louis banks in iBontrihutmjrsome in gold to assist in restoringthe traditional hun dred millioiiH and easo with which ten times ttn amount could have been contributed had it been needed hns nailed atteution to tlae very conserva tive manner in which1 the banks of St Louis are ran Wliilii the bank clear tnffs have been doubling themselves the uumhur oi banks have increased but islightly Hence neaiiy all the 6nan Ciial inntituLiona sure ofldl estiblished and the business they transacting ia of lit most profitable cSiaiactcr llout of them have been through no less than three periods of discouraging financial depression antl JKavis weathered the ntorms Tvithont an jfforL It iij many years since there a run on a bank in St Louis and such an event is really well nigh impossible The Travelers Protective Associa national prcaident resides m St LOUIK is arranirinfr for a ramnrts fthlc celebinition in Cliiiwjjo on June 1 rt Ihe hoMinp of the Ieoria oonven For iill purposes Juce 10 will be T P A diiiy At the Worlds Fair and several thousand angels oi commerce ivill be on hand on that oecasitMi Mr George S MeGrew who haa buen prisident for sevenil yiears has definitely declined to sere ajiraln owing1 to the pressare of biisimiss CTiKageinetits and ine of the important events at the convention vrill be the selection of his sucessor Last year there was a lad working in a florists shop Itcris who thought he was not gettingon fast enough It oc curred to him that many people of small mesmii would le willing to pay a trifle to have small Ibauquete delivered to them day Jor their dinner ta ble He spoke to hia employer aboutit and was snaetcred at got a friend to Send hiim enough money to send om several thatisand cirjjrulars choosing his names jnitlicionsly and enclosed posta cards in each circular for an answer He got sa many cncpuraging response he felt justinetil in plunging into business for himself and left his era plover Now a Ettle over tweliri he senit out his first circa MEETING OF CHEROKEE STRIP HOMESEEKERS A WUTfiinetJt to Sucare nn Burly Opcnlnjr ol the Attorney eratl Colbyn Rppctrt to the Seorntarj o Africa turn on thu Wetthor In Cleveland IttiliKniLiit Over thw Conduct ol Rev Dr Sunder In Officers miiudcil foiIntlinii of catssdHl considerable comment among ralLroiid men These two roads are ejc tremely literal So HO will seriously iriLonvenioiice the roaois j The emploves oi the systcuris from Ncvr York to Chicago are inj eluded and further the president oi each system has ta eSiOh I employe trauiiportation to and from the fair with their entire dependent fami lies Of course the roads will not at tempt to givt full pay to each employe LJS vacation bueTen without TTIH4ir fVOTrVT tTTTTTJli1 the rifflits of nxlnbltors T1U HJjAVjL UHJIU will settle ilia wutter terapomnly al EX SECRETARY OF STATE FOS TKR EMBARRASSED Kin Financial In I during1 his pay it would be a bleasingto tliou FINE PHOTOCRAPHf KINDS OF WOHI DOHI M THi MOST ARTISTIC MANNER OOKNINO XOYTA VB1LBB IK XlHDl iy LUMBER Stotl ii In all Us lo tbe bes il i w WINDOW SASH AND BLIHBS HAIIK AND CEMEflT ni Read Ulstd FllnW til Jtludi OstUt ADAMS CO FRE PRESS BouthweBtenL STEiMPKINTOJMGE TiiKKi is certainly room for im proverncnL in tho outlit of Hfubouts wlion ii lifcativing crew ffoing to rescue thomBolvos ovor tuvncii umi liOvnnd A rocuTit eat astropho thio it is said to tho breaking of an oar Isnt it possible to mako an oar thai will not Itvoak or a lifebout will not un our dots Ijiouk ov Home doviee by whkh tlio can save thontsclvos when tho lifebout aius American to bo equal to tfiicli a tusk THK cusio with clocitrio cars arc slopped as riorapuvccl with those vim by steam makes vesuluncos along electric car lines moro It is not itnlikely that ratlwajs with electricity as motive pnwor will within u few years radial1 for several nnhjs front every largo city to country places whero btuiuty of scenery and good society tnuko reyidonceS tie sirable To mako thulr home neighborhood moro attractive Is therefore the bust iuvostniont land owners uouv a cittf can propose THE folding hid is or less a varapiro SctTcoly a month goes by that the newspapers cjo not report a ease ode of them shotting up liko tlio apringloclt litl to chest untl smothciing its occuipaiits Thc macliinory about these autorasiUc affaiis ought to bo set adjusted as to make tlinir closing iimpossible ex copt as thoy arc raartoto sloso by hu man agencies In otliicr words natural condition shoulcl bo their unnatural shut and then no more such accidents would re ported HENBY GOEISKL thai motleat gjentlc raan who invented inianrfiosccnji evlec the law on thin point in the A MONTH ago a prominent merchant of Keithaburg named AUen ap peared in Eaub Dnbuque with a woman whom he clairaed was bis widowed sister Ho procured rooais for her and has viEiited her rugularly A lew days ago anothetir woman appcareet on the scitnc who proved to be Alilens wiJe She says the widow wealthy resident of Tteithabnrg and Mrs Allen sue tier for alienating the affections of hubbanil claiming dFirnngea THE Dcniaon was robbed a nigbta ago Thi rohbtsra arti no doiibb of a gang wbo have recently bcein to GUclcWa Audubon Harlao and Niswtun Tbey evidently underSttood since the safe was iirell putticid with soap and drilled and blown opin apparently witlliout nmch difiietilty They securedliMle plunder only about tea dollars in nickels and pennies and of postaffR stamps Etirne of which were left with uorae registered1 papers at the railway tool house where they borrowed some bare WISISB MOON employe of the Aoiericaii IQjcnrcaa Company at Ues Moiiios left borne a few v mornings smeti leaving hia wife and a Dan Stuart Iby ab the breiikfast table When ho retiiined that night i1 to find his liUle 4 yearold at ihe door pri y the influence ol some j Pasfiing into Staarts bel room hi waa startled to find the nude body rt ais wifct lying across tbe dead bcdy ol Stuart on the bed He summoned the neighbors and with the aid of physi cians Mrs Moon was restored to coo sciominctiB at a late hour that nigat Theisupnositnoii at first wasi thati Mra Mown bad boon outraged by Stuarl Tint there is a mystery the thai cannot be unravelled claims to know nothing of whiit oij curieil She beam no naarki titi TJO lence and neither does the toiiy of Stwiirh Heir elothingwas not torn aa was at first rotated and the OTidrenceii of aioy straggle cannot be The coronors jqry after triTeati gation returned a thai atwart came to his death at the hand oi aome one unknown Naberous theories of jihe affair are adTttQiiefl but oome bear proof L Unit officers are after onw J JFCun ninghain ipho is supposed to IBTO a home at EatheryiUe where Worlds Fair DlsiHikGeni Will be from Opeeilng CaTas oa Bnnday WASinxGaOX May the result of United Stated District Attoraey MU christs talk Attorney General Olncjy yestcisclay he lefit last night with oxplicit that if be should find on arjival Chicago that the plan B still adhered Jo to open the Worlds fair on Sxmiilay to preiient the matter to tlio federal ask for an in which tho faojji would wottlrt prevent violation of the lawai oi the United District Attofiioy Milchristt lost no time in comjjlyins witli the imstrnctions of thcattoiney He ahead to District Attorney Hand instractiilgbin to prepare a bill for an injunction rcetraining tlie man agement of the fair from openingtbe gatcs next The bill will be filed as soon as ft ably Eriduy or lars he is lettingcflTitracts for a ston and hothouse whicli nill cost him sev eral aoUaes His idea was good one aiad he says that hei semis ou sBverivl hundred bonqucta a day eharg Ing from twentyfive cents ito ten dol lars for tfeent Th3 plans for tlie free batbhoiiBCH which axe to bo built this springin time to be used this summer hare been completed by the architects of tbe Board of Public Improvements There will be ome in South St Louis one the centre of cityT and the other in North St LcmEs The cost of the three is lo bo They will not be put on river but will he It SQUIB diistanec and the ateir will conre Wiommw Who Attentlon The elbows arc now worn quite be hind the waist so TUBS the latest fash Eon riinridute which isnt as absurd as it sounds for so imiversally recognised le thii fact that a fine carriage is one of the essentials of a prepossessing ap pearunet that the snnart woman carries her hcact high htjr chest well thrown out and her elbtows necessarily fall well back out of tliie way This is par Auiious Homn s Cirr Kan Way argely attesidtd racotingof the Chcro strip Jiomc seekers was held on thi me this nfternoon to some steps owiird if pcissible securing1 an early opening of the Outlet to settlement Kcsolut ions lookingto this were adopted md earnestly implore I rcsii lent Cleveland with the asistancti at Sticretars of the interior Smith to take steps to open the land to settlement by tbe 1st day ofJuly so that thousands of prospective settlers ctong ths line em liave at least one month to break the sort and thereby them to gct in a crop of fall wheat which wmild add greatly io their ami comfort in the coming year zind that they may be able to save the bountiful crop of hay now rowing to feud their stock through the winter t resolution requests the prcsiclcnl to issue a proclamation rcciniring all cattle to be reraovetl from the Cherokee strip and that cattlemen be prohibited j rota herds of cattle across tVie strip tlusiiby infectingr the country with Texas fever Be it further the resolutions that in the interest of the povertystricken settlers along1 the bor of the strip that a committue be ap pointed to correspond with tho differ ent boards of trade in the west and ask EhiEir cooperation with us in die opening of tbe strip by July MwtSiodfl Employed ConUact of the TVeatlier Bnremn WARHIXOTOS Blay Assistant At torncjGvncial Colly today made his report to the secnstsiry of agriculture the weather bureau investigation lie carers into voluminous details to sustain his conclusions that the system o2 management arEoptcd by the chief ofl tho burcu in addition to tlic objection of being without authori ty of law has resultiid in ihc relieving of snborilinata atUcials frem responiii bility and in the entire absence of tbe business methods so noticeable in the general conduct of ihe exiitnitive Neither the of the bureau nor any subcixUnutu otticeT is iis re sponsible for the vast amount of prop erty or the funds of the frovern meat mhiscbarge although over have been expended through tins olH cers of ihe bureau during1 the year The evident shows that the property of the government has been taken fmra the bureau for private use or illegally sold that official theft and enibe uienthare been disoovured and brought to the notice of tbe chief of the bureau bub the offenders with pisrhaus a sin gle exception have nerer been pun ished and that many tiinasauds of tlol lars worth of public property carried on tho rolls is not to be found in Ithe htmmn iiniijjis unaccoaiiUsl far It Ho Tsnut lO Bid Said to With AInxil flic IKixllroads Still Uu ablc lo Aiffife on Tfoirkls Fulr Tho WouiJlerful SjMCtl iff York CctitralB Train least Dlnuer to Infnnta May dinner given last night by the president and Mrs Cleveland to tlio Infanta Eulalia was made the occasion mnch dignity The white house conservatories had been fairly depleted tci furnibh rare flowers for the decoration of and tbe apartment where the dinner took place Tht large sLite dining room was used and it never looked so brilliimt or so lustfully arranged The entire lower iloor the east room blue room red room room n nil pri vate corridors were decorated profusely Shortly before S oclock infanta and suite escorted by commander Ila vis tooh carriages at the Airlinglou ho tel Despite tbe of rain a crowd of people had pitherifd the entrance to catch a lurr highness On the white house poren another assemblage was enjjerly awuit injj her arrival In the meantime the chief justice the cabinet and otlier invited giusts aiTived and at 8 oeloekthc royal purly drove under the portico where Cnm Davis assisted thorn to aliglit The InfanLn followed by lrmce An oine passed up the steps through the broad porial and into the reception rooms the remainder o tho party dohc jebind them Stationed in tho mam lall of the White house the Marine band under tbe directorship of Profes sor Fancuilli and along tlui walls were i few spectators At the baud ren dered the Spanish national air ind the mariilied down tho private corri dor to the ishite dininfr hall where thirtyeight covers had licen laid An Downn JUsos CITY May sup posed assassin of Mr and Charles Towne is now in the elutehes of tbe law He was arrested yesterday at Olenville thirty miles north of Plymouth where tho deed was committed The whole plot is known and indications arc lhat an entire fam ily is implicated Mranri Mrs Townc lives tiny Towne affed yosirs His mother is dead niui his father mar ried a widow with children lie ccntly tSuys father died and ho be queathed his estate which was to him The stepmother and her folks were gxittvcd s tm goes and in order to get possession of the determine to dispose of tiny the boys undertook this job Tuesday nvjrhtabout 7 ocktok Ire went to tbe of Charles Towne two miles north of IMymoutJi and they were ieatcd at tinsupper table undercover oi tbe riighl stopped at tiie window and witli a aioalibir pis tol fired tive The second nhot stniclc Chsrlen and plovred an ugly pish to Lhf op posite side of his head Tlie third smidt MrsTowne on tbe leflnipple and Liur of ostate of kd itstlf in her bieatt The lust two mnrk 1ownu managed to yet wliiii opened the door able laelr of harmony in tbe relations existingbetween different ofliciiils of the weather bureau Officers oi hijli rank are on terms of persnnal enmity witn one another Mint js May tion of Dr SunJorlands church arc apprehcasiTG that Mrs Cleveland will up her pew and hereafter attend the Mar run oa Peopl es Saving bank which such forec yefrtftrday was prac tically broken Irlr thtu prompt action ol tbe Clearing aissociatioio A large number of clePositorgi werii when the banK opened tibis nnorniug but they wore a notice that OB all Baro9 oveir S2i thenisual no notice of of deposits ucdcir the mles of the bank nniHt be given and many went awi without taking that step but a majority notka of a withd of their depoalts Six hundred and fity iilcpositorn drew out their accounts agjjregating i All the itavinjTs bamks in the oity an nounced that tJMsy ivoiald require notice under tbcfr for the withdrawal ot nil sums in o and thero TOM no run OIL any oi tihem altbougti a number of deposltcnrs csime around 1rO make inquiries and it is certain the nan will not cause suispenjaon of tha Peoples bank Clusvolaad tbn tric JiimpB twBntyfilO joars beforo ErliEion had thought ljf Biach 13 rsow engaged in claim Dpubtkiss has been established another eyen more modest ivill make clbar the not Goobol bill himsellj con trived tho original lanfip If the matter could IM indulinitiply ipUoiyed to tho boginnlni fact pear that Adam strolllod on inoonleas lightj caQdeaCQQt i of in THE lawinfiikors of have learned a compol thjj tiOiSt Hcrujmlous tho in till eat Inw tKo muitnirijt workman melons ithikt tho cosll doctoife hilla and mainlii and if pi ision to l n to the tailpriiiff house Cumjliuigham jo About two affOihej went to Stata Center wheret ne oljfcred to ssljl cloth ito farmers and and then makes it up into euitt that Would bo boiight weire to lot the adr ly the teiapitJogly Several did tlnis JjiUti week gave notice wt p had ipnrehased cloth in find stiitsini eKprcae at Colo thfi flrl t statiein west oJ Center on Jobn Beynoldk i fwho hud to Itw his vraj WJLSHINGTOS May Cleveland appfftvtis the daRdfii ol the Choutaw and nations ior their right amJ titlei to leased lands in Indian territory f Drnierly ocettpied by Cfaeyonneis anrf oat now conetitutSng a oi Oklahoma teir ritoiry was uppro priufced by the Indian npproprisLtionact of Marchs ISfll of Pres ident Cleveland niakma the appropria tion immediately inirailabW1 and money will be pail tci accredited agents of tbe Choctaw and Chickaawiw nationu Gfaief Harris oi natioin has published a notice Bskiriiff tor blda for the sale of of XKI thorizcd So issued under the act of March it 1893 Bids will be on 1893 at tliie trenii ury department 3m Washington HOUSTON May west bound C Jfc S F railway held np sunidjj tKe pjftas by two bijfniwajiiioinj luatnighltat Ten if jtThei etti gineer as they atopped to cross a switch Werje shooteni and brakeBqam and wore to openi tho 4tirn of the which they riilsai cheiika ior the rallroa4 Jtt cannolfctbjo learnnj how mwh was EijfaT flflorl Is being1 made Ijo iraeni up to tin preaftltf 4ji noit tfan sltjrhtcBt clue to ijleir ideatjlLy train wfis delayiifl ize that tbe womiiiii who mukestbcbest effect is nlviays thiii woraan who carries herself well On j closer acquaintance the pretty begins to tell and some where bctucen the two the dress comes in for a share of attention as to details witli men And it is to please men that rlress except a few spiteful who dress to iggnivate other Ths Colambiisiii war its many of fil e s of the cointitry h s itt n ueed a mori t iknnp than tlnvt fihoEvn ly ih lin1 R tiie latcatand mrnit roiiaruablw achevc nient fall rK the pliulnjf in SBFT ice of a truin hi two und Vnrk nmlii K the trip tn twinty hours inli climfT Hoilm scl enctfanrl skill hwsprothiwil tnfrines capsibUof innuiinjr a hundred mUH or moiv n hour lit ihtrcfore only re jmvinel to Ktd a perfectly freo sharp correa to maVt Ihe running of really trains not i osaiblc b t prfectly jliirl vviti the sam regru Icrity ail i frum accident that the handling of tltinner tr laas lines An roadbed woald be ICT 1 nf LaliteiShori nnl ork Cen is lluneitipvatiruiili at on of these cond t onsi tu be in th a onntry us a vtdenu bjr the reent bicycle ticulurly true olf women who real anotber church on account of the doc tors peculiar conrhict at the seiviee last Sunday Mrs Clevelanil was indignant and itis believed that sooner or Inter she will tnkti pew in another ehareh AUtcr having invited Mrs Cleveland s iw York pasior Mr Smith to nrtsieh ie sinnon Dr SuCderhinil insulted nitiS forn ton i hie febu line of tan e Tlis run the lixr ork un I tlHiy havinpr followed r tletn tluru its on oTtr which ib thniid run triitns has ar scheduriti of thtSt rnnged y tu the iairge incss who havii in Xw York anctiby lakmtr advantage of New York after of be morningi in time for s full oaiitboimd Mew Vork lit p wrlw Chicago la th him by applying his remarks which were an appeal tor harmony in the church to the Briggs case and inter IBJ protest intl critwitm Such an unheardof tilingcompletely confound ed the congregation Mr Smith was the gnest of Mrs Cleveland ami lie and his wife sut in the pew wiiih the presi dent and his wife Mrs Cleveland flushed with indignation when Dr Sun derland maili bis imealleafor remarks OJf eouise thii president does not want to be damped into thti Uriggs contro versy jDil the dread of this may pievent his abandon me nt of Dr SnmUrlaml b church but it is fxUly expected that tho doctors conduct will not be permitted altogether wilhoiit resentment and if continues tvs of the church it is bniieved that the president and Mrs Cleveland will after a while find it convenient to attend a church not so far from thu white bouse Army May Upon the re Hoke Smith the see nstairy oli war hns furnished the interior department with a list of array ofiicers from which he recointneintls uelcutions he DimdiB for agents Secretary KBltl today thitt in casus the isivil agents were inotliuient or for any ovhiU reason were ther would be displaced by army ofll peri 11 was ins purpose art army ofllcer in every ujcfcnuy except those whue Uie Indians in anadvicn ed ot and that within reasonable time hw os pectcdi ik have nt least twothirds of ngciiees under the1 control army oflRctis the FOSTOIUA business world wan slartleii yesterday the muvrs thai of tiito Treasury Foster hnd tailed and that he had turiied his heavy financial interests in an cinliiarrassd ooadition over to an assignee The ussigncB is J E Gormlcy a promiUEUt bankvr oi Bucyrus rv ivarm friend of Mr 1oster The lia bilities HTC given onit by Mr Foster as suti tlie assets as about Hie same Ho Uic assisrnniLnt duringthe night and the pajwrs ircnj filed at TilMo by Mr Scott his nej Ati an curly houir yesterday inoru ingtbe bank of Jt Co wascloseil on an attachment of in favor of the S A Milluvcr company and the whalesale grcceTy of DavLs A Fos ter was closed on sin attachment for ln favor of T Brown Tlio presume ol the shcrillf was the first ink lingma ny people ha Jl thsit ihtjre was it lealffil ont that an had been inu5c The news spread yjpkUy and soon the I streets lilled ivith people cafjerto learn the extent ol the ouhunity The uisijaiment of Foster was the signal for tlic istjijrnnicnt of i number of In which be vrusin terested The brass and iron works wiis one jf the coiicoriis to assign lie aides Mr Foster Mr 1ortz was one of the owners of this concern The Ha and assetsof this oompany are iincluded with tlio persunal statement of he sivivtary The Cui oineil niui broker Jlass cunipEi uy thethree concerns have buen bached by Mr Iosuir also failed The loss to business men who ivero depositors in Foster A Cos bank is one of the deplorable features of the crash but it is confidently believed that none of thorn will suffer to an extent that will cause them lo assign A run was made on tho Mechanics Sarinpsbank I his morninjjas soon as its doors wen opened but with in iurreiuy piled upon rtho Cashiers Jesk the apmands of all frightflned de posiUsrs were promptly mel and uono turned awuy The loss to FoMnrria is a great one and one tuut rwqiiiic considerable time to recover Tlrom Imt great as it is the regret on this account in no way lessens ihc repret and sympathy ex pressed for the exsicuivtary It is eon ceded thiit his feneroity aiid public fipirit lias Ilieon tho iudireel cinise of liip financial downfall as he overroudy to lend a helping hand The assirnnitTil of Davis t Foster tho irroetrs will probnbly bu the direiit cnnsct of thu failure of c number of jrrocerv eoncerns tlinmjjljOin tbe country It il thai ihc trui tinpitiii ucmints and notes due it The deposits of tho bank at1 the Jim its liisli tstatcmiiia wcrt uliont reliicnt ami pniilKrs lo nave th sijrmC make a pubJie statonuin XnTamta on Jnunt YOKK tlny a drirra in the parks the rrincess Ku lie with her snito boarded the war j ship Dolphin tit j start was made directly tor Santa tlie flacrshin otfthe canivalts and as the prinoess approached a royal jyihste of twentyone pfins was fired the yardi of the Saula MarJti and the were manned sud seamen of the Piota were drawa up in lino alongthe rsiL Tho jprincess fifteen miautes an the SanUi Maria departure waa with salute As tho boarded thu Polphin agiiin an other was fired SitmilfcnneotKy with t ho first whot i ho royal was run alofl tia Spanish and Oal the brecxo toffethir Tho ships cat jnt was tastefully decor ated each port hole being1 filled with rare eul roses md lillies of the raUcy the hiiantas facorits ilower The Dolphin proceeded up the river reachinga point Yonkcrs at iTpO when her now turned down stream It was 6 oclocl whienithc foot of Ninetyfriyth street and tho royal party went nshore As the princess o the ganpway Conductor m LiciitLVuunts anil Chief Eagimior Baird inl Surecon Rixey fa 1m ed 1 11 ie infau in slcpptd smiled and shock with each oruof tiussc The priacc and the olhcre of suite alto shook htuuls with uhe The Irici was marred by accident on tSie Ssjtu Sjgrds which pained hitrhnds errcafly Learning tlial n saiuUi intended as she left the the piiiKesS urjrcd thatit not be dai to the known oi tho old timers could illy stand the offed of repealed firing Tlie Spaniards however to their jnvo the salnU1 one of ihci HtiuUnuiU WHK injurod brcoch of oni of tlso jruns blew out snd WRS hurled jthrouph the upper tho onioer was standing A ttjr of wod svrucU him in the an wound y of was spcudiily snm and rcndond the Kh a jpiiinful it is Tiofc thought the isijjht will he injured A sailor wavi alko linit but not seriously Her royal hi jrhnesw showed rofcet over the accident spHn and in n few days and was on the floor bleedinff profusely I ho iciiresi neiyhbor resided n uiilo ilislant ind immediate help could not bo se cured The lioy did not dare to alone The wife did not chire to remain so Hi with remarkable enduraner she rose and tilt three jihmred into the darkness within a few stops of tbe house o feU exhausted but was on j Aid wus summoned and the woumlia j eared for Towne will recuvor but the j wife is htill m H very ciritieal comlUion Tlienssnssin is in jail at Norwood but i sinll n is as Mr is also Ureniuivr of ibo Vos torit scbool Tho board of cduiatinn hud on Ira nil Itu failuiv is duo to llliio that Mr los tcr a vcrjt heavy endorser of three asMfrnol frlails SIOIIMS and and iron works bis en dorsements of Uuse com panics over May worlds lie open At legist that is Cinaunissiiiier llundloy of the judiciary nf the natiiXial com mission j and ho one the ihreo of tho corn milteE who violcutljopposed Sunday opeuiuff hasiouble Coiniuissioiier Hundley made the state ment utter eonierruiy wilh United Stattf Aitorney Milebrist ihc whuh Koverrmsnt will prayU sutnn the dsreetors irom openiiijjf thp exposition RaUs Sun i Afttir tho luatior wa ikcidid thiit for the in June1 ion li tiled in time UXloso the fiir said Mr ley is MUli an Unit TIO lawyer on earth ranks pi tlio petition within woniyfonr ts the bill eannol b today we jhall wait until next nfit wivingso positively full suit of tliUi the arrest is not IEJKIWH to the populace Two fctiinlies at Glenvilla ae behiy shatlowed it thought thaftluy aroi acLMiiiplics To Kattml tTm Flour May Winler Millers Lcufue of America is holding its first animal session here with about 100 members from Ohio Michigan Indiann Illinois and Ken lucky It is un organisation to work j Ihe for an extension of the foreign market for American flour so that the one tliird oi the crop now exported wheat shall be sent as Hour M II Davis of Shelby discussed this topic at leiiffth in his opiiung address Sec ntary R K IVny rvvA a number of communieaUons from AtncriiMin consuls in Eurupe and the West Inilics tor dially offerinj tlieir scrvicen m aiding an extensionof ihe foreign markovs and tbe report of thu executive commit tee in its meeting1 with Uio Central Trafllc association in Chicago which a petitionwas pruserittri asUmy a JO cent raton flour but which jas not yet been acled IlmhlP io Aerfn on WnrldH Iuii ItjittK 10 Mny in the rasenjrir asiviutiin are in a tnuddlr they have at any tinn tho of fair was rates This nioriiing1 PriMirliMl fable ol Ihe Koik Ishnul and Vice President llsirrisof the Jiurlittpion wireiii 1ivsident liiinharl of the fur a in pul rates from CohiiMdo iiud Ihti Missouri rivir it was announced woiiUl jr into Min day Tluy iliat 1ivMiiieiil jSewoll of the Shoie IrosiiKnt Ihifylisitt of the Nortliwcsltirn and 1ns idenl ltsHi of tho Imva Central mr onv of the Uuvi he to iirbiitrac the miittet Prenidtsit Rcinharl rfplifd that would be folly to arbitrate hut the non would eveitnaUy tiiitier on unlit moniiwhilik iiliscnee jumrtion the Ixpisitiou proiuidsA1 e crowdoil with sujlusoers day for the nicnt of the failTirc of exSecretary tors ciUDjiany in Fosloriji O eaiisei1 a frent doal of comnioUon in tivasiiry lieiiarUmim and from Sccrrtai Carlisle down lo tio imvisenpcr at door every one fxprosseii sincere rigret nt tho yot ihosc Mr ihi nows m suiprise It hits lutMi Utiown the Hurry iu New York had sjnTad oni ovor a proat o finaiiriiLhi lerritovy It was tluil hu was csiiipht hoLTily lontr Mviral iif tho industrial sloilis and ame wnw to liit itipnuy Thii TrUO medaltwo inches in has becji fijruck by the Qor baia ipitatrafaiitnring companr New the New York of laat iall Thu is by Clliar Frederick It besini In thlti of the rfde head of by thjGe sailing ircsiiiols the Miria IAniEta amd the Hnta Oni iike jreverse inkle are the Tmteq Sfciteii and Spanftjili ffltnields and tlus in To qbrnmembrateihe tour In May The free gold in the treasury according to the trcus This does not take itulio the gold shipped from Sow York last Saturday thisftJi the ffoia iewirve of SlttVWXXaiXl will still remnm lotact bnt the nmrgin wfll be ihinThe week today with largo receipts nnc It fe probable that debt atafcement on June 1 will make a better exhibit Will Nont SiinJuy May The pites will be opened on Sunday unless Hhero are or ders to the said Director General Davis when asked if ha would order the fair to remain open next Sun The national commission has faiierl to modify tho order of the tocal directory and as the matter now stands directory has ordered the fair to he opencti ami the commission has failed to change that order so unless 1 nin prohibited from doingKO the fair will be opened I do not anticipate any move to keep the fates but of course there may The council of administration has thaln stitcment bha BellisvOle wfit Iw the May rTho Rook Island beSieriai that tfco rain aking estpeirimenta of Statiott Agent horttierni KBIUM jrenetal it is that raiin making is fcime th t iline of the SSmnta Fej The ejtpeirime nt Jewell and the tell of rain uoincidcata liiatead ojicmwea promulgated a orler reffardinfr openingeveninps which will remain ir force iratil the close ol the csjinsitioD The fintes will be open until 11 oclock and the buil tliujrs p m on Tuesilayt nnd Sat urdays of each Kin addition to these rcgtilar open evenings special nights will be designated by the coun cil from time to time as scqiiired by extra attractions provioed On the rcgular opening evcuiings the Ghi eagoi Cincinnati and Sonys bands will play alternately every half hour of harmony lo let Haphitt doeiiir it Mr Ilitghitt was out of the city today and liis answer tu ihe proposition not he obtiiiiud If he agrees 10 iol it once the ndnetd rates will be hiUI in for a shari time It is not ex peciud that Mr Hiifjiiitt will to arbitrate the iiilieulty until both sides agree to abide ly his decision The meptiiiRof goncral agrentw today iiiatlc no profrrosis cver hnd un adjournment was tulten Moniluy when ailion will depend on Irusiilent IhiRhitts dHSion lo ns arbitrator A sispnificant vote was on the proposition to extend the jurisciciion of tlio association oicr trnnpMissoiiri terri All limB voted in fnvor of If had voted llris wny a monih ajyo theiir present trcmhlo would not now be unoii them N Way Exposition the tiiiin of the Ifork tfcntral Hudson Uiver railroad cispecially construnted for the Mr lnster is heavily iiMcnst Ji IONS real sea il is heavily inUv of corns all Unifiiirh th also said ui liavi boeri M in a larjfi nm a laryiannuint ircd ihronjrh ni hi a jjival ii and which havo iiit strtnjfif that his failvire of rtoi It iw believed h duo to thcsfiiaaes At tirsl it was feared thai Hit miRil liujvia baJ eJYtit unrn nation central Ohio but xi report from tho ban jrv poiil of iffnvr t bank had per cent of Jts of the toriMsoiily na iho jiiist firstclnils traffic levweeu TruBt SPBINGFIFLTJ Mmy at torney general Waa called upon this morning to expliuin to a in vestigating committee why ho hujraa smtrtjainat the triist at a tiaie wheiKnich actiotii would Iwar ish effect on tlie Kfcoclrt marUftt and upon what iafonnalion or Hiithcrity he Tuemn snih The coniinitfce also tf eneraJ for iwforma tion as toijThci furniitfheil ttfo money to to employ suoi eminent lej i tn rJ New York and nutdc a inaryruin this morning preparatory to which vm Kjrin 01 Sunday It is tlie intention of the to have this train cover tho distance between New York and twenty hours onttinjy off four hours from the fai time yit niado betAvecn two cittns This will require an average speed oi fiftyone miles per hour which will be faster than any time made on any road j in country for a long1 dLstniice A of the train is the syelcni only cent icscrve men working tnrics have rv Not Tin the following1 CM hired nut anxious any louj A iiibletrain wnssi received here y day froijo IVincr Li thiifc thif i a on the next from who wilpoatonccto W inpton and uCU with th After titifti iuteivsew you fiill you will not 1C ordered 011 country Dont be anxious tio your tannery work amf v pmve by you if you aiv sent ii will liril IniKincss of thonsii while iliuii V be to lo The chanil Tin Stx Clitex OMAHA roll of iMiffersjnscd These buffers extend the entire width ol the ears and by hydrauliis prcsj be IKT1 fectly rigEd amil prevent oseiJtlaiion The ttamipulliid oirt of the Grand CVn at a The riding than it often in on n horse ear though the was not nt all Lmtin Kew ton U II 1 pwbui w 5 a ra 7M v at tniiis JobB n in jolf for will pnl oa and Mr war on echnod to Major ot Chlcaffo trust hind late officUl tp himaetf twwfat cmra about teuaid an entire u a Mr oi snita and fcwii tw 1L th lua ol control w to for his which their As om a worknitjjt in if ito 11 tnhUr jpacljagieai and n wont to   

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