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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - June 15, 1893, Corning, Iowa                                AUlricli Curator VOLUME XI THURSDAY JUNE wA KTmvKTo IWA may now back to bpnln har aoso elevated itifi the rest of royal ly What other of them has batl tho happiness lo raeefc McAllister lace to face j SALISBURY is haying a great tinia in Ireland bocausa ho confines himsolf to H he tiros ot tho contlnund ovation ho has only to go to neighboring1 counties whoro dead cuts await him and tho entire cab bage crop is ready to acknowledge his august presence WE are to Ihavo all the Euro pean princes and princesses come over to seo us and we are triad conform to tho iisual etiquette sovereigns in our intercourse them But it must be WflfCHAEI FELMHOTEtt DnTtjuquc by being1 struck on the stem by a board which flew from a BHW ali llie factory of Cahinet Slakers association at to AT WU3 nil BARGAIN tit HEAL KITATf X A to ol with remembered timb wo arc all sovereigns and conse quently wiLl conlorm to our own eti quette AROKSTINA is trying to help solve our Cliinoso puzzle Agents of that government are now in this country tolling the Mongols that they will bo received withopflii arms in the South American republic where their alt ill and labor are much needed Iho same representations aro being made in China W HITISS travulins salesman iora grocery house was nan over liy the cars at Minourn seven miles socth of Perry catLing off his leg a m3 otherwise serionsljinjuring He Incis ABOUT racn ol thc Jovra anil Da kqtu division of the Chicago Milwaukee fcSL Paul railway bave been laid off tvioirk trams are abandoned section crews greatly reduced and freight 1 ruins rim with tlie lleast possible help ninny attribute the cauee to dullness freight traffic IJST the Uiils county district court the dnmajre suit for has been corn bi IOWA ITU C lT HI B o M QOBNINQ Win y IOWA ntl Two Colorado men watered as to their respective abilities to consume moiphinc Iho vanquished is dead and thc stakes not the doctors who rashly brought lhc victor back from the ddgo ot tho rmive People of a speculative turn of mind would do well to Boob other channels for investment I IOTTKH IOWA time to trr o ABSIlltACTKB 0V Couxvr till Brttf 1HIKH RIAL EBTATI AND TUK rennsylvania Icffialaturc with that rare good scnKO that so fro charactorizes suuh fimcd to pasfi a to prevent the deposit of dead animals and uimilar bricabrnc in PhiUulolphias witter supply Sonic of UKJ people of that city show a dispoiiitionto get angry in a languid sort of way ovor tho matte IP the New York toadies to royalty lose their silly heads over Ialuliu what would they do if it Queen Victoria or Kmpcror WilHam Porhiips it is justaswoll that no royal European sovereign is coming to tho fair It will prevent a good many Ainerlcan sovereigns from making ridiculous niciitccd The widmw ol the late A yiliier who was killed while drnnlt by itcum runningaivay at Wineola 3ast fail RICS the saloon keepers at Minaola far selling liquor to her husband The case is exciting considerable attention THE gold cure at Lansing received a patienlv under peculiar eircmnsttiiiicea I a sit week EC was broijght by a sa loonkeeper doing business in a neigh boring town 11 ho paid i all ol his ex ptiisos The saloon BKJS he intends to take the treatment liiiiiBdf as sooa as he can settle Ins business nJHairu TiuiKE stores were cnlercd by bur Iflars nt Itamom A snfe was blown j and ruined in was partly into and 82JO in cash and several hundred dollars of clothing jewelry watches ami notions is no clue A citi zens meeting wasi licit and a reward ret for tlie of the parties A DISVATCH that the story that tlic woiilclbe mimlzriir of Mr and Tnwne had been captured at v lie and was in jail at KorUiwood is ulliolly Not Hie slightest trace olj llie afisnssin has heen found though a strong effort has been made There in no foundation to the statement that it was a plot to get rid of the boy Guy because of an efatatc Bis parents live in Dakota and are too poor to have an CSittltC kiwi dwicLed liter visits tjiie fair thiit irejtnainirig allies igc t5hc ia delighted Jvrith her met in1 OiiotMjoi alid atrntcltiioii KitlWsi determiheiil to put in seeingail Shr etc to IScrv YoKjIi riio Wednesday thc jfofernnient ivil her aJiciii and where she lyill ceasi to Jc tin official guest of thc xittiaD infiittti will bcHre the hisit weiilc lune svnu dur ing thc interval the New jirirlk luft will have a chance tojettturliaLn When the iutlanta wras in New she would wih the attentions nt the VlW1 had thV TWOTI permitted jerk dovra thc oitVial barrier that has srjrroivaried her shehai teen the of Tiie thecon which surround help present TiH and as she is a bliiirkler for etifiiietite she ioUowcd the mapped out to letter At the same time KuliaHa is to jbci tiioroujiflity aiJ1 her comrtie while in Chicajfa lem tluit in lor a itrood time MORE THAN A SCCmE LOST In tired Woun lluc to Which ioundBei Some of XhiMu Fatwltr 1 Theater Tinlldiug Grics owa with si t In a Wuildinp Been riiglits aiicl Sccnco wSUi UU Ufa aeenvH the vrctfy oi mir acle As thej weri forth ithcy a spcctacttn that one it will ever fortfet lit piany cases the soinblanws ot was gwic It seemed BS thoufh tlic purs were carryttiig out mere tttgii ni matter smeared all oTcr with filthy with dirt dirt ground into Wood on their faces A coulil re o cerote their FAIR GftTES ACASN ON SUNDAY OPEN Trade after trade rnci mtlfs city in Cfinveation and almost vnthout cx t EwIaHa a Aaiona Other A tableJJratli isr trag iidy loss nallanal ia chanmler but in volving the loss of many lives and much more human siiiruri ug has stained the walls old FoivUheater nh where Abraham Lincolnwas assassinated by John Booili ia April It Is m uoincidcnec whieli will go into history that Shis second iragetlj on tho very dny when re miiins the prrat tiaparlian whose tiim they were laid out stnstcU era and carried to llie that 11 led thc space from K V K street All the could do tuatn was to clear away feme ui tho phistci tilth from the faces Qj thc injured r itif men It dirt was so that without mteht ha stores were thc gathering riHhoiigihjSt Louis is tin tlnrd minu a furniture jo the first tune lha imannfadimcTs in Uiis litehave ia itho it p Tho prowscainfis rrcre aiiiifhcd bv hirmosy anu procipl End no vcxed ofimposlanceTrcrpiaUen up and de cided Ouire stUKnough o the n hav in St oil pralMir Nw York Hetns JIonnriiiB Owen with they would Vc rcfjuired attention tu the duiies of their This rule is applitii to all pre ji oflices nd tlieinore iniporlaat ofices of the class II lurtber staled ihcre Moulil ccan sweep of the fourth iwlmiutcrs but decision had lccn nmdc of llie to hi olVio inlcfinildy That liic to oihcr mces i IJKsrovernmcnl there would removing f is who have held unluss cxis tune ruloped he WIIS ouiiloiit for ihc tlie fn A cn tnora MW ana chill ana MIKMI I removal lie x a pe itss ior stch lhiJulw f adrauiopo if r iwon d deviscti that result m prac tkalrr the ol select inff peo Stmdrtv of low iictood re tiiins dfpa s worm1 it in c liar of tics thus afT J l the officers of acd the rep from he for some tmui audmoit thing urc was so ilarkencd Vy hw brothers has ev4sr seen is the exposition aau as Hhe iva sent over 1x look nt ft in the plrtce of thu rugemt she has fla to do itthonaiighl1 Col Murplir June Disputy Spe cif Ajjsnt Deucy the who was at OIIR time in y assisting Coloiael tornmeal in the effort tolinduicu thc Gcr to adopt corn ins an article of fAl has been Usmisied by Sacietury Morton ant is csjoeelietl tlual he will tc Uniteil 5tates within B Soon alter ciKniiag1 Secretary IMortonrcceiirei hrjerptary indorsed Murphyai cstiiaate of his Co the deputy Itis services be recgnirictl no ry hospitals People in t c lie fflibor t Pros hood of thc uLcWcntopeavl their doors IM rirht ffUuily and the dead wountiecl llleiu s concerning Dcwcys nbility from Colonel crime llhat Washinfflon afterward were laid to in Mount Vcirnon cemeteoi The in which Lincoln died on the oilier side of the street torn the thea ter in which he was and whiuJi is stiir Bcniiimcutally fccpt in as it was that fatal niffht lcoled down today upon a scene of affony cs ite mecit ami grief which even thc great crime of could not And the hrrrovs of the sceiw were by no meanslessened by the knowledge that a blunder surtly in tliis case almost worse than a crime had caused the death iuf from twfiuy to thirty persons at Icasst anil injuries upon fifty or Eixty The evidence as found in olHcin Hitle of Dcwcy Mr appears Conclusive that us which the ago as 1S3 this buililing gorcrnmont purchased after thc assas sin Bton unrl as an wriny muienin says tlbt he had IOWA OOHPAMIIS IOWA OORNINO IOWA ft OA1R OOTINIMO TJUS quoslion has of lato whether it ib proper to criticise tho Biiprerao court Certainly the divino right to llnd fault ia inahco atalo and ovcrhiBlmjc tho way to licop tho snprtiiEio court straight ns by the robtrnint of vigorous public opinion No thnndorholt will stiiko tho mtin who crUicisea tlio JOUlt THE 4A11M OF COKSnJQ IOW A TrtB worltVa Juir is now money Wo may look hcnceforwiird Cor a constantly increasing attend ance Fooplo always fight shy tinancial failure whether it is a worlds fair or u main trylngr to bor row a quarter 1 the beliel onco becomes prevalent iihut Ibe fair it will plenty of patroniise DAVID rinurs i welltodo farmer Douglas township committedsmcitte by hanging He irent np stairs about li a m to lie down as the family sup posed but instead of doing so lie fast ened a clothes line ia 13ie cnpoln and it around jumpccf bfien asaiieii thut wins not a rop tluit the thargos ajrainst hMn so iiucus he couldi rocolUei wove anrl to tlic that he nrH Amon otder thmjrs it that had borrowed from Murphy aitirl hiirt failed return if to Colonel ilnrphy ttnil misiion Setirurary Morion tliii o the rlirpartiueiit cuntcmplatu Murphys return to in his affieiial cnjladty in attend tlie conveiiiUnn of ba to be luekL at Berlin Acijust S It n inocEinfr of rrerit thirds of tlie iiaUcrs at ficirniauy ivILli iV present sitnl a of the of the resl of liuFopsj will Sutrcttary spoke jitomul The ropd brtiUe but not bc vVry highly of Murphy and his braken and death i and said thut lie had accoptabhs otJker A lenffthv cAblegrasia fnimi Herin to Ae York daws sustain the sincretrirys high eati oE Mr Miirpluy asserts inti in the feocallcrl licinllV proclaiinetl hy o afe depository for the inanimate and bioka ot trie worlds fore his neck wasi broken cinsncd immediately The deceased was a church mcinbar and highly re in the coimninmty and net cause except temporary insanity can be ns eiiigncd for his act WIIHS J N Jones and irc tJiiriicd to their home about midnight nb Keokuk tlicy tiiseovered a two s old richly dressed on axniv imuilicffl museum for which a safer Tjliiceiuf blorafre was proviiilcd by act oi in nhc vmbic prcsw and in con also continued attention was f t IT r 4 1 LiiTctl to tiie ot UjC unmi insraiidtts clarUmm general un nnd unsafety it oontmucU to UfMiseil for thc daily oyincnt of nenltr govcrnmcntcterVtsof tnepeQ record division of the war AVith a rotineinciit of disunminiiJicn bctwceo what could be re placed and ivliat not be easily c tlio clerks wort trusted in the build and the original rcialncil in the Eiubstantial war department comforting1 official as ivcathatWhilij thirty tilcrUf Uiiled the pension rec snverl and inniajuTed horrible accident was and be fore the1 rescuers hft inTilc to their relief there men j who were cariiiff fortlwir brothers There were who did not rush for the street to thenown j lives Regardless of the that more walls mjfht ifall ami them once more tliey stayed IT men who could not get away by V mam arm was Crushed used his other artn to a ilvit j place of death Men O frtmsj 1lc witlii beams and burc clown upon their fallows liicy spone words of chccsr when were in vain When the Ikit of the rvief corps en tered ir by that nrcvaiKiil There uvrtMut orifH to bi heard from bencatli tho If any crtcir wtrc raadc tliey stilled uy ciirt iunil niotar lluit iimcst a solid lloar onivhiLh Anight Men did no walk upon jt more than they uould help hoiveiOy for no one knew but that he be direrdy above tnc bodies the tloati or driikf men ami lr thintore awav an railcrs that made the tomb H ivaa n horrid task U was a dirty Men worked like demons with Mveut rotirin down their The dnsl mJ the dirt luiLior tliiiJ annual never for n their 01 and of ton the victims nns fireproof i morgne thc eigflit cd frrrat the Iwdic5 formed in a tire floor and crushed skulls is and legs thc scene Theie some of 1Vic irvt ims who Iiiid been Crushed llury Eiafl Jcen smothered and raoloration the i C ssearce tell Ilie color of man lhc trim ol thi jremoii wen mined anel bitteret3 moment did tirey stop work Everv moment wreirknsc exposed the b mutilated form of KODIU OceasianaHvoniiof ihcnx revived so ns to need but little to ret to the outer air bnt tlie minority of dntsty nnd brubcd their uioih insr torn almost in were ear rictl into thc am tJironjrh the croyd to tlic ambulances that wove it waiting1 CHICAGO June Fulr There U 0 fctimohei it Iwd tn U Invltirf J PBOOTOB FINE JHE prince of Wales wnilc in his yacht at its winning race carried a cane and escorted a Skyo terrier loatHnjf the crialuro by a string yaclit club undoubtedly profit by tho example mcl horeuftor no itmntour seadofr will venture on hin biark on tho soa with out havingon board a oano and a Skyo lerricr led by a silken string A DBVIL with rolling green oyoe flaming rod whiskers i horrible is ropoited to haunt the shaggy woods near Watwick N Y It docs nt seem tci havo occiiretl to the na tives that porhaips tsomc jireccomedy has taken to the country to escape the and lighted out in such a hurry that tho leading eoraedian didnt havo time to hia stage makeup I A fcihrir aoorstep Thc clhild was Eccmtsly to v protect it from the storm and beside it was a containinga complete outfit of It hae laiI there for llhree hours for neisiabors heard fee itliilds cries but could not locate them is no clue to the identity of the piothcr other tbat a strange wo man with a child arrived on an evening tiriim and has not been nceti since The infant is beingcared far by the nuthor itaes aged 19 years son of Walt Gronwaldt living a Bid will be su rpri one mile south of Nashville was sndr Jolearit after denly killed in lhc arc probably i those of victims ur their identtty ed with sme of thc toonies phyakal TewmWancc Two Iprsons vhuw nimcs were included in the list the victims taken from Uiu be no Worlds tnilnsfrom thc wst before August 1Whetheir there vffislbff any iifici thsiltlme de pends TD circumhtii This applies only to thu linos in the Iasscn aerasiaciation and Ai truijis bcfori u on Monday to at coJfcm on and a f crowd nas rc o to lo take pnsrt in fhc T P A celclrations at the ft on iriilurdnv dnvs utitbe Fair Hmc 10 July 2fv havingtbecu lianvnsscJ BEnliraant scimjusy in of the j form r wjiie there will be sorntf t Louisiaus in Jachson 1arl Stturnay tacre will bHftw if any on ulv Tli huiliUrsoi L n ion De pot are of their work and tli largest depot in Auuv open for trarfe tins sum mer 71Kmuin builling Is in a very forivaiil condition ani the slierch their thirtytwo parallel tracks acd thttwbaml a Imli acres of fflass in the rodf nre neirly ior business This depot COMMS m arcs o twenty acres jjut aireaiiy are minors ol iiliirirtMncuti Expert crit cs have tbat lliu front is sji planned nslo a Mow fur tle aid of and itfis lUTnond the rojd jphiili tibiiiit iw construct a Pfiscrieer depot of the 1nion jvvill stck powers tr run a con The KovmU Top Marmot 1assenger Depot to railrotidsiwnffthe Mcnrlmnts1 Termi ralp U about io bo and already comnen ii oit th Melt lline of the latter lotminnl sys hwill i ifew i iTJiMisluiixCHiu me tukecare of tlio iiinnensc ainojrit o throujrh imfficj without possinjr through lhc ccater of the city at all Thq pipnlariliy of cycling in this soctidn is prowtnp rapiidly Annual meets take place on datPS among tliemLMjing1 llie ride W So to on the lirst ini Juni uniformed liders msdi tins very cwlttjip over the mountains last Sun diiv nninbcr being four iuctlal mtm from who ciivlly for the purpose The inonlF Jjftv uiilcjf but it most difficult fifty milesl to cover within several hundred his de Vc open was not a cnouwcort un when 1liirf InrlJcc Iiilc cisiou iJio 1 that woaln lie i srnnie to cycn They coitttn ouwhin foe floated away thc Mine out ana tircn Then the vhoie as Tho people uesniii to the nu o it is iit ami iif tho lor he thinks cannt in the interest or of p i th to tlie in this until n that shou hc io appoint masters as alrcadv in number i ao n th ccilities fia by its o boards of of the wusioo be deration rJb ie people i thceluards of llirte iQjm Cts vrihbe onlv npiiwtion and and who to uiciical pro ntojrnty willbe will of ropubU tcTjaaizatioii will atv t today il iMsfor citctiiap the puMie tuU3 and in a day or two will onsaiwi advertise w In rpeeifioitions IK nxrivifi for esnstnictica of stt K but nst what to 5 i lllc u i about fifty but many persons who Paul hfi woiUtl arrive in the morning desires to bold in friendly consiilta c He le ET manner to ALL KINOB OF PHOTOGRAPHIC IN THE HOST ARTISTIC NIANNER 1HD AT OOBNINOj EBNTPM I t AYXNIffl IOWA BXALEa Kir JOT xnnu OT LUMBER tie was out hinntinp with two other j urothers and a log The chased a Stjuiirel into a hole arid the boys lay on tlic cround wailini for the ciogtodigi LATH U U L tO ti b0 haw ft fl HUM SASH iffl BLINDS IF tho French could succeed in taxing the alieaH living in Franco to the extent of it cheaper for them to go homo and shoulder tho responsibilities of cill than to shirk them it would do this country a sorvico Un fortu nately however tho tax ia to bo so only live franca annually paid to the local authorities tho ilaivdlors about the French capital will not mind it THERE are but few pcopla who seriously doubt thero Is considerable basis for tho repeated allocations oi tho sizo of Chicago feet And thcuo few ought to he finally convinced by Iht cxporlenco of a Chicago polienman who recently iihot vA amad doff and hit his own foot When man is on it ntUl hunt and uscu his feet Ior an ambush he ought to bo carefnl haw he uses his weapons HAIR Socailr Will TTrj to Stop the Cow bay Vnnc air Aingcmqnls have bean made for IIhe cnwbciy race and tomorrow at S tiicsifnai to go will given j riiini uninjtirod tbo hoar forftUrtJngappnxiuhcsi The number ot injured h is taken A i will to neld toniffht the raci ofthe is correct as iFontam the sucretary of the 1 Humane isocifitv wircrt MAN tivken from thc ruins 5 oclock this cveni tig cridenUy iicleirk GEOKGE AffEIs Iennsjlrania tiuIOItOK Virginia b W UOODV York Pennsylvania of Columbia AH L DIKTUJCn KentucUy DALE Pennsylvania JAMES JOSEPH B GAUE Michigan T JORDAN Missouri Mi m JARV1IS T BOYD TONES Wisconsin J JJ LOFTirS New York y W JiAEDER F F MILLER Stork HOWARD 6 MIlLiEE Ohio f U JIcFALL Wisconsin E G SHULL Kansas WILLIAM SCRIEVEK Maryland H S M IVItUAMS Wisconsin JOSEPH K GAGK Michigaa M F WULEOIE J K CHAPISt South Carolina the building fell before 10 oclock Thmre were at the tiiine 531 ocrfczsin to the lair wiis the took quite the nature of i the trip hljT vry ffv rained hard for an h ts wer fa Mini nil prauticcd he will be thclfriiPSt of Mrs Mary Hay ward who is tlic ground warhng tlie squirral out One of the brothctm to Jom to shoot at his hat threw it into theair John reached for his gun whidi Say on the gronnd near by with the anule towards him in pulling the it was accident ally discharged tlie entire charge en tering his right Ineast and eight of be shots went clear through liiru kill n him almost instantly SWELLS OABniiTSOS pnvate bank ura at FairfieliJr have suspended pay ment to await the reeolt of collections Their line of deposits is small aad the ary of thc isithadliraS hiringliighraass jmspcnsion was not unexpected by the j yestdvdaj iast as tbc sermon other banlts amd business men gen1 bowed to the bishop and took a They report their total liabilii oppotsitis sEde of tiie ries about and their assets over j arVi chancellor Burbe beckoned her The senior member the totlie sacristy door but she refused to G A Garjetsori is a milljonain j formerly of mmtotine and Siouijt City force h liind now Ssin DlEgo Cnlirorma He craHic a sccae llitimsiic soctioty aaci very mucli the Jt is hoped that iocy arraBKiiMncnts will bft mads theire bino KoaUc mnits arc io toe by n and will be givcn ten the Ataoirt will Wart Thc thenid here tonight is aill ibout thc big race and wtil it b fetoppftd by the TEuiiinaiic society is tlie It aft to say Hie start will lie made tomorrow Trlisifl ta StUll Jane fashiioaa bly isttircfi ivoraan aiuut 50 years old whoi itibscinently stated that vras fcxWciermcmt entered the the and and not siJerod it ibc was agreed that no excurstoo trains sliould be run July and that it no agreement reached at a voting of the association be called ttliafe time Uia roads tyonlci free to ake individual jn Iho miittor irovidccl uny road wishes to run cheap xeurstion trains shall hve days no ce oi such can se before iluly Aiifrnht before tlic lirst can run roin thc xvcst lo the fair unless it omes over thc AtcliUsou or Alton These two roads linvi been awaitm he action of tlic assertion and are not preoarcd to pay at ist what tJicj ill do Tlie result o the confcreiTSC over cheap is not 3s it is a decuie movement for the from s rail way t has dis posed the hist obstacle in the way oi tlic adoption of the asrreemonl of the Western and prevented a ffcneivl lemoralvKition of business the west It was a far more outcome o tjtc lOTtEdnd protracted meetings wiiieii me has held Intcthan wases wUI give the rljiids opportunitv to whether of thc west de sire to travel on trnins or on cheap excursion winch consist ol alotsc Thc agree and liot a1rop fell while the men wcro on tlie road The pnrty rLturoed to Pt by specifll car and of the Jemtf line Und the i Ocean i TUc avifvagrc tiruo a rcinauiv is aboutthirty days and there arcsttnll tiintb Jibtml thirty of tlus csstls floatini alont in the AtlantiLi occaii more f these m th v of Cape Haturas ihim m any otlutr place which accuutiis for irridl numlwrof ricin Tin report the hydrography oHieb Sihoxvs thatfrani 1S3T to liMthcie wor thirty cffht with Icilfi or an avfrape of near y cvefy year KijrhtoUhe ihirlycihi vcsiis were toiaiiy 1 Elclrlv KoHwjiys lnluwar A coriroration asks at the hands oj tbolPelawarc legislature a charter oin TioivenuT thc company to nei tlic litiu wifh electric railwaysaml to hfrht panvhopcs include the Mary la nil counticii of the m a railway scheme im plan nould involve a COCK CM of hrinpinjr the iihoUr eastern reelon i honeycombed and vnlaRO which Tho Lion ho bavo t hirh in Imt th Th feature f UK ai was tJio i At niulil te dinvd at the will TUT or p Mrs 1avis and t of 1 ieaiiiiuiit bointra rethiotcn in he c has wcu soiivi Kansas ui of tho nd coftve iinr rconu Whvii I trave ii its my opn the entire Sunla iis North on returns aiakfis if wjtit r wheat as tom tiiitt of year points principal lo aro Mis re i in iho slitcs of ml Uliuois was long coniinised cold winter roniri sown has other thc acreage Hi ntiti Tlie j dnv in coTimncs Ihe ilay to only a rest and ivliffioiisoltswrvaii irfrUersonlv one ccnnec vvJmh iiinoetnt iind vras unable to return witli ibk li s lo i How Hfair ninjr oi en i jUiro tiiitii ivi yrefni in Jixiirii in liimt tin i TiiMvitie i allUrnoons crsnnui of tlio voiijriuns or ilion to ipcnd the m 1ievouif thi Sniul in oi nnnv thouMiins ft ihi fjiir itiiist li uf llu H rcspcr for relr the Sniubiyit seem rrion pjmlciKt to lliii t p and numirous ttini in il ii rial hirdbip to thouiiindf ivtirKiiifr Kopleof tluir only oppnrinniiy icKiir Those and other JCL ictflhellcvc tlsa thJ shonla n Sunday nf and 7hal cril will result Jroin tnc bisnday i the ic of i fr JILT tunv to who liavu no us characUT o matter of cum thc a cowntry cipal c HI 07 Missouri prinjr wheat shoil entire cyiimry 3 spnn ows soUi Iowa 9 SP ncrca ani winter whca M and the Then Thomas com lo employ jiKjre fercid her to to the sancfcnry atielf take a scat beside the prelate As Father Helaiii defended froin the a prayer thsit the her to Wo of Blraut ADAMS GO FREE A lover in Vienna wrote his sweetheart that at a tain hour he jiUoncled osploding hia vacant skull with n bullet and qiieating her to take poison at the Biuno time Boinj a dovotecl sweet heart she did ho desired and 1hy twain let it lie hoped found place bettor suited to thorn than this cold world The event has ita pa thetic sido but it might have beeta worea Tho buUot hsiva been lias no immediate part in the tnrntof the badness Sir Wellls nays ulR7 will probably resume payment i shi an I1 shonting to him ioon aa a replr can he had Mr before the larretBon or if the colllectfani bhe expired later enn be made on matired papeir in tlif bank biJrn of Jones Kingdotf Imnaed at an early iiour Jhe bluze started in the ioftand by the time Mr JOBCS the building Scanielj any fr0m inrniy The irom the retry nniure of the affair are very se bodies broken limbs internal injuries Thousands sur rohnaed the scenic and the excrtemem Bpircad all over tlhc city nospital in thc city was called ontoctire for the wounded General Hchofieltl ordered fvro troops of cavalry from Fort Meyer just arrfJBS the river arntl two companies ol infantry to the soeno Tlie secretary of the nory or dered out all the naval medical ofiicors siintioncd here and opened the BuTliffton Cedar Rapids c a tefore tlic nishop and pray be hospital to revive tnio injured killing While slie was kneel a sexston a slept in the nns dropping among the on loss their livery barn sahctnary clowiti the mom oEf the church she shoutnd F miist kill him anpeU told me to kilHl Bnrkej scat Sor a police but1 the theWO OD IUtl3 HJC tl all the robes belonging to to before the ofliscr np BCD i i peareul Sihe was identified as a hadicallefi at episcopal rcKi seLhe bfiah il atii to W Southwestern STB AM PMHT OFFICE ia the drug in rHodiaiiics ia in 1 transition stage Wo are on the threshold oi Imarvolous appllcaflonn of tho new pdwer due to recent sci ontiiic tlisooyeiviosi invontionsl Now departuresarc certainjto comip but he woutdj bo bold Bpeculatjn who could define their procleo diifeja tion or lirait Niagara fcncL mfuw other natural coin ntand of thi icaglnjeer of today aild the eiigilfis IB poasibla in insiirefl for marble loss r The Northwestern hotel owned by John Brown and occupied Isy William Maanor SB a hotel was troyed No insurance Mni had oil fnrniture Jjjiss Amos dealer in ffootla loses 3i7DO nc insuraiace Law honseliChl ifooda once NelRODi Harris houstiliolcl ffoodf 8200 no Adauji DunlajN household 5300 no liiusurancA wondora I MKXICASf hts servant has uj to i What a century it iu ir barp five arid Jiome hay loss will reach insuredj for SV bOO P B Inman harness j hswlbwifTrrfiiiBea adiaisswpn tbci above case i JSlilWS WOTKS Buistructive forest tires are raffing in liitevttns county WjiSibiugton Several thomcs hsivc biitta barned i Emperior William he Trill im iler Do circKuiistances ISOUM thu liiBitthe snfifraffDlorlfaiP of stmingthening the jfo7enir menlin lhe reiphstag j iftunoanced in commons estinsaltes upon which the finarl cial cluiiseti of the fcome rule bilil were liased revised and woulld shortly Ibc to parllamunt r At a nLectibtr of the cthiectora of tlie raiilroad the organiKU taoin waitcomiiletcdwitb A A Konin TUrH1 at the navy yard was or to render all assistancein Jus j The cause tit the collapse is supposed to lc from disrgiiiS the founda tion for the pnrposo of putting in an electric Hght plant but as near as can be ascertained1 the top floor gave way curryingthe others with it Fortunately the entire building did not as in that ease the loss of We i As tt would have iMsen much greater was onVy the fronli part went down liaYing more than half of the fltxtr space BctW of this many were saved Some of Sla oits June Cos weekly review Df IN TRADE Dun trade eays air arc ofloa fifteen es apart Viy road FOR THE sc Coiiventlon at Monitreftl iluly 5tli to the WalmpU iinfl Canodinn PacificLines from CbJcago have elected lie om cial route for the1 Nebraska route offers unsurpassed tidos with tliroiiph day coiichc elesnut HiJnetCilecpuis carF nnd icw tourist Mrs piiin tliii of ft ILop nii of ho siuooss te of 7occut siivere of ano which culmiiialrd in very moucY aiid buwncia failures followed by some that definite action U ConlfroM on the money question hasten assured done much to cause better Hut the strlngcncj at Chicago and elsewhere has on the unpreccdentea of wheat so that the ever known been made here the West has helped exports and in otu EpectB monetary tlnetlT more favoCTe Though no raaicil change n eondi has occurred ytere u more hopc fulnuBS nnd Boini Recovery from ne extrisine contraction of credit Chicago jnde suius eaie ling tli iCftii j W v SiS OH to Montreal nnd re flnr tlic ukilr iit iheir riettks were Heft sitlinff oa tlie hrrnk while nt wlucli thisy sjit wealdown j The coKapfae of the ImiMmgr hades iitecl earnest two other tmost eqwaliyj unsafe printing policy eceipts wltb last year Jpe cent m W1BU i in htffik in Ri m TvhiMLtTftd i0 in corn but in TvhiiRt jjrj t in flflUr20 in Tiirc have been ntnverv fare giving rhoico oE T otfroitijE vi ternjer dowu tlie St through ITaoiisnuil Idantlit re tSroing via rail frosii a ViniTios to e summor ti ilots will placed on falc Jiauc bt o ril of tlw Unitwl btnte aJril Caimda coed rutiirniiiK uat Ucrp tiltosor a rntw rouUM aM oilier vnltuiMc at tac iiO Inrunm streoi c3ahn or rirnl street or Dcarbom bUEtkiu fbUMpo or wrile I W 1J Omahi nnts aru inatiis from Mjme very c mavciialii Tlie ISskiroos man J Mure thim from strips of teal hidtf from thin siicr v of 15y tlnsv iru ot mi Savages n varicms pitrts of iiiu world vHit tlie inner trcs 1 krk Ior fishing rtujs and the Indmns ixi tbo coais of NotIll ATOprtcu Jo Honor bic Airox inimory five oit tinantislftvtsni tvr is fait fiuHnr tlie inindi cf Hut in minns nf the colored people his memory ever fnsh and ffrcen rear to humble n thc Alton city cJineUry in ucc of his nrtiKs the nnimal of this ami inanv oi colored pocplo to cijy Vrcci all purls of tiiVeity tl10 uartvr where by A AsJuon Jinil lion l H Sparks The marblo frlah trar in the iiicription Ltivcjoy Nov 7 wHh A Mml Tlurf iiNf lon f eivrk in thn ay roi he mulls has been wl fur hre years in the dead as a opener For six ben abstracted for s susixjclcd K till ami two rionthi Irom loiters openc I icrhiv a Jiiuriifd report vcre ii rally into an cavci wa ilacod ca rnckons desk unit when his ever failed show tluit he ithclulter his crimioaliu cd Thi mornin a mcs tini t borrow of ivh had imen Xusiness Ho with th marked bill rrKKfii at once arrested CoirciHl and on Hs person was i ilw two roarliCii SI bids bill he luKl abstractod from ihelo Icitir He wi nromnty jnU Mud will bo irled char a nearly of iv aisil wasmndi thongl inilic oflice U was polmed from Iowa us i imon tlu of Kspirtt hiro bureau of ofiuui a fyllows For ihr 3i lit of May of Ior tiie i ninths ornled Mny 3 liisl i i ihccornispnnfi circ than of in n reports lo llmt the eral oils wore s month enikd an inensaw over of thc export of r iho Tliii in rosipntil by McCracUtn had removed Iowa lo ivinstateuiont vnder nilc blid und who record ot the ornrli diana cavalry a Jtl Senator Also lienderstn Mandcrson nml IlcprcseniatiTeJ rotOinicenilinj1 iiitn On tnc Hlh ol t pointed ah a SvOOcterlt mine ur ofticc jm t ae itSoo people are emp bther iisithc rickety shell knowii as t bo ateo to tlie murflwred a tr and and tuo ippiisc ate slain me This Httlc buTit aliowlls thatiiifKvana SJfHtf Thofie losing1 household Rooiiljs wore Ing in the viipper ol tjbe buiWitiffBBiiffht horses m the baiiaiMg belonging to Jewell of iJliendavi fivs to Jones to Nelsois ThiG one totikl IOSH will The frequency feey andj the i Fif tyiseveii ilvaiters employ cd Jotim it Philadelphia struckJbr inttfl better iocd i lie ili truat sold and occupiwi oy tbat department and nQditor rhis pto isnotoriously aotpn aire overloadwa all of the iactBbeinff for years but ire no itor Entwistlc who was on JianS shorUv after this accident occurred i ihiin forftpdrinlt ttnderjjin then ouiW iriK bit be ttccliaipidllfrffiw it Mhiv and Inril 10m c below 71 cunts hero and at bushels a Corm large ceni ciMise thork ir barrel IO cents per oq pound failures 4r Oie 322 in i number in the the same week shrtof tcelp istronger Mttltl a finny ci Mre of ieight j Tim iKiihe Suiiincr Toiim The XinRara are finrivotlad in their viirioty Jirtiirwquftocis comfort cmbroclns ilie TOotwlo ietoslioy MaAmac Jiadiintt NiBgnra Fftiis ilhousaai Irioifls rm Kio St iLiviT the AiUibuindw Green jJIcnnirainB Lnkes nud the Sew Bppiiatlon to a n oriir May of JUM of non ly the perior is ivporlcil The buresm thc totiil rsiJae oi iwsf lioff STOCK ATD OMAHA a dn roll as follows list a fjillin lhc month cmijd May Tib rer10 as corner Hi with thc ma similar of for the hrt monihs ended 31 a of a lilt more thnn as compared with the same raonUis or off of nearly I thc i Urponji jii fined coriimander tt Mare iTune tattes fflafy atfctcsjCOBslS as Iunc J ic title of The Father tif 1 A F inccJitn ihc wU contribute to the Jnmc cutnry iini aujonat nnd critique oJM President cw York lie liss receive Appraiser at has mot yet ctcd upon iu anl U is i may net uuUs a rtprit jsiweivert from TiiinRi Nev Vork house en iClor mi official vo nnclerp ny inrwiltffttioii SBC it Is mure 1o i n Mich leads loja uuapidon cf rated wijh j iy ila to like nival J Jonw fainfiy THE Jtuoiiana ncw to thc cruiser SeV aiul H lw riimreti that Jorthwith to fr i   

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