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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - June 29, 1893, Corning, Iowa                                MuMTn oeptefr kmt i A IVOMAS and u comparatively ia tplligont monkey wont up lii si bni loon The latter raadd piatcjii Tlvj pmachufrud safoly tho monkoy was badljf liurll both ciircnmstaricoii it is only jusjfi tio re mark hoing viewed by much riiprrct OORNZNO IOWA Mil Viltet CET ATXOttWETT At1 Tim Loins all oeiirtt Corning Odbw AX Will traotlM Is ttin oaarti fcFiwObtiat BARGAINS in REAL Iinftt BRYANT IE Officn If inai Block JSoo OORNIKG i TTllJ attend promptly foi Wty country HtnldMici Bufenth ttrill flisi Bortb el 0 T Cola JAMES GILHSKT tins i dynamiter nieently released from mi lEJnjjiish jisil to sure him from tho mortilieii tlon of dyingthere is rcportetl as on the road to it a rapid and jfait Those wjjo list made oven a casual study uf such eiiscs hud prophesied that this would OitUU tvjio scltlocn ncvisr testify1 Tiiikc on the vhvlo much bettor antl moves sitlisiiutory witnesses than tlio s and ivho uru in tliO il of alniost It iai a fact fftmoially iiolioU by Ic thiitthe is raiuch moro thivn tin Tr Tin cholera scare break out tli isi surtnnct1 as H inay any day any man may suciifJss fnlly quarantine himself by smpfy kccpinjjcloaa and living in clean and wlidlosomn Bat thus should noL lead the qiiarantinofiEliinMn bo abate a jot in tliioir to Iccp the cholora oat j C QLOYJIB U Offlca OTQIAndrews OlolMxir OORNINO t XOWJL TTUI fcltncd prempUTftll ailli 4ft air iJftlt Is E7 cvrmoir a Loom 1 1 X ratttr A Liirjuj Dirug C03RNING i IOWA I my to offloi ptMitlw Ki fri of ehronUi A CIHKKSK fannily finding itself eincumberotl with a dead baljy the body Lrito n pool cif mud much the manner that cmliCation in oC the cat race has been run Tllie uir is not pleasant rend ins1 but it Hoods with needed tlie theory the Chinese are desirables ncisrhbors VT a CEHIBH ABSTIUCTBH TITLES Or As A MI COVHTT Mti JTutl Corrvot StKECKKLs chief ot i was at last acsjoutits JIR a ter rible rafjo because things wero not joing hirf way An which Miil suattei the disjoijitod rncmlicis Olauij over the wndo Pacific greatly to bo apprehended Uorr Wjncckels htia been tiic causo of mi i oh innocent ainasemfint oinrl hojie he may be spared Offlea M worth of Btxb awa iT DEAL ESTATH AND IHI3UAANCI 1OB IOWA PSOPLH OORNINO IOWA A K GAIft COHTKACTOB A5D OOBNXKO IOWA f 1itocnn tlie ntnor ditnl nearly vcarw but Lripave in Ireurtwood remains unmarked His rave in fact was loaned by an umlcsrtaker Mhi alliHve I tlm boily to be tliuro until other arrangements could lie nado And yet ivhon LVoftsshor alive his name was known ihronyh England and Amor alike viluri Flour ftiid Fart 4 9 U WIDNER IHAS 0 XOHTOIT fcrtiaohea Bar aoteii lend uakn colloc tiovi draw IIB prlii Europe HIV Loans IB UtiMVrl wd A rnvarCfAN in r Now York by the fact that u ijniticnt was tlyirijtf on his hands took poisun so and so well that wbioh of twain first reached She shining must ever bo a mootodl CJLICS This it is to be hoped will bo regarded as a precedent A world without toulors is too molan jholy a prospect to In calmly eon tjoni plated I A imei noirr Vienna boBii vron by tt voifuhuian and inoflcvn sivns inclined to fjloftl anont tho icirciimiitancc Ls really nothing in it lindiuu tivc of the strengthproducing cjuul Ities of this iliot cympclitor viho had only to drop on his knees at incul timo and nibble grass had an iiilmosl unfair advantage over rivab PROOTOR ADAMS COHNTFS FINE PHOTOGRAPHED of fchc Canadian papers an by the iniquity of tho Gentry Unv and disposes lo real thoir Undo fiam lectures on the it is a snul blow to tin Canadian entorpriKO of Chinese orer tins bor der ut u head and taken in con nection tli is oti retrys hostile iittituclo sou poaching may look like an unfriendly act ALL KINDS OF PHOTQSEAPHIC WOEI IN THE MOST ARTEST1C AND AT OH BEHTOJT AYHIiTnS OORNINGt i i IOWA DEALER IM ALL KIND OT LUMBER LATH SHINGLES AMtGADV wo urc IxsKirininij to heai old fry thut theiv arc no linen at KOiUsido roaorts An ocean rniy boa ptCtty pfoorl ocean imtl yet it will noli be attracUve to feminine jfrunsts even U thoy eita ff iflimpscs of tlia scit fcrpeni tail the irrifflit horixon no young men aro hero Hero at last is itn anomaly for tho political de mand without a supply Qtr stock In U tho bent ol pflcoj havn a Hni of TODQW SASH IP BLINDS LIME ililE Ai WK iifjrco with In Moliunimiid Webb ishoulii pause hi his mad career to apprise tlic American people which branch of Islnmism ho proposes to convert the in to Lisa the Oh religion Tyiam hasi sundry jairing sooty oach of which calls iho other misbeliever and denounces its rivals as worris tJum tho Ghriiitians His tory lends to show that in the lust clause of this indictment they all tell the truth Until Webb can as iiuro us that he has tlto onlyexmon pure articlo wo aro excusable llor dc vidintr all his efforts We to offer thn la eft of Bnadj1 Pulatiat iitrrmciy ijl jlkftt ol Cttfu Pditii ftth Street knd Filled Promptly ADAMS GO FREE PRESS Southwestorn Iowa EASTEUX slangwhaMjers have christctncct hot muggy fipyillsot weatlifH to make ami offset to the Woatorn Themalfifis of machine poetry will welcome this this added rhyme to a rather difficult word No DOUBT tho pensioni cloilts who were discharged from tlioir p3Jsts at Fords house building sjhortly boforo the IIK cataitroijbc an fully reconciler to the turn of fOirtunos wheel which removed them from dan STB AM PEINT OFFICE UI OODHTT of Farnell M Derry re cently Lorfl said know nothing of Mr rarnpll I saw VHiioro was the great tory burled hetvrcen ISfiO and that he did nol one the most conspLcuous figures Great Britain I THIS newly importudl relndlucr al Chicago having dono winders jin tho way ot diot at homo aa tonisSi eating a bilckot paint Its stomanii cviclontly Bid not inaetl another ctvat IT vvanld lie a autl for ropceson to watch ont sliiirplyj fcnm lis i nr a those r icier i repc iiird In wj n o pla n i i if hi nt to lot1 plar OS wlKie i n B ate well as ncstmaster lEa rrisau vice E A WHiTAKETi oJ SVntcrlotf nccn grmiil recorder1 xf tliu A 0 Lr W jmars lias rer DKS MOIMES in to be vrithi a public eiriiikingfcumtain to 10 front of t house THIS IJnioaSliocU Yards of HJona City jay E W SfcurAV presi dent uncl C C IPEerce iled an assignnittnt nanaitijf Jloivard Pierce assignee Ihe assets are Hsu and the babtlitiits MKS D DIfuiiMA a vrlfe living1 riciir Anltley was poisoned strychisinu cvr n table Trtiere core being1 prcparedl to kill gopaers She is in a critical ccntHlicia 7 W MURDOCH of Primal1 vtr Ijcen anrested on a fiharge of embiiz MuTclock was1 of tbe Central at Calumet anr his ul lefired stcialiiiffs have estended over a period oi two months JOHS How ABU a in the STort Sludison 3t niinua a iciloiv prisoner with a billet oi wood und Uillcd him had it not beesa foi the in terfcrcDce of the ruurd A Sioa of P A HiUffrcsn section Eoretaan at Odeboidt while riding on a Iciail of ofT und before wagon ciniltl ie the wheiils had passed over hntid causing almost instauf death AT Cath crine Wjisoa the rpUner Hon G M Wilson diet at oE i3 years Jrandnna Wilson waa of the best known women of Jasper county and respected lovecl lilt E nniM swi a niiihpmilioian died at IJcia lie a tivc of IcnQSjlviiKia but mjMe his ftpntation iji Iiodiana and luwa AT MarEhalUoivn lion Stonu WHS renominasteci for from county viilhont oppo sition Tills is thu Oral nom1 Nation niiuli in the state K a livery stable of luis usane compli in ivhii killed i over v tCnces in lolici penitentiary for tty in theHttymarket riot in on the niffhfc of May ISSfi ih a large nmrnber of police vrcre and for which Par pies and others were hanged and grave u monument was uri j Chiuago anarchists on last tiiniidajj The govenrior takes the fihat mea did not have a 1air tri il and that the was preju diced He s orcrf Jndjgu Jrary and Chief of Poli Cult Liiti Gov the J pardou Neebe and Ciiptain P ISlaek ivho ivas counsel lor tie ilefensi tn e niisrcliist trial isairl This par y don willl not weaken the law but will ITEHlRANEAN FLEET Ilic BatUicsMp Tittopfsi Goes Dntva WIlli It of nnnclrrd Out of Seine 10 II until ILost Monster IVnrHlilpa of tiic Present Pay Kcgnrtlvd aK irotiCnwltfltly FceHiiff Ui Over tin Xcwu The Con dition of Gmn Van Wyck TJie K Time from Tri poli Syria report frightful occur nil fircalav qiiarjintiitc rcp LK and all tint ivsaj i prior to the of approval of s lii cro liencby 0 ci in an tine laws and jtrulatkins fieri v in entry o vusscnts are direcitil Lo telegraph 10 ihe nervism surgixiii CL the thereason ih pe cLher U htle ilje rules be relaserl no or dijlay to vessels be eajscd it is the jjarjKtse the ileparrniunt id facilitate cormnur in evury jMxiper way wiKj tnu puble SENATOR HILL i it increase the re during the maneuvers ol the spece the in the miads oi the j British Srediberranean sqnaillron The iramk one the states is per down ran her rum Victoria on the FREE 1Us Speech en thk Sberman His on shs 1 X JUEO Hill svns akcd ve rrJny in Trhea it thn Espoitki Inj ii one ILe of oil nnuoBsi ctud arc in tbcir to eye nail iimu It ciiia ifrsiii that tin worlfi an it IP No such fit of KfothijnsJ in any of ha A vltii to i mcaat hroimlor cnil a of c tins pnIe o tbc o to let tho irijjjrtunity ui hjuc itiita tr It ihi bar m sonic the oi Cbiono he feu i For a of rales wiil 1 neary suorjjr isuij CREIAT SUBJECTS FOFI CONGRESS TO CONSIDER llofonn f tJii Sijriiunn f Tnriff if f nitniciil tn tit riniMiriitl Mai ITS CnliI uliifJaiicc it tlst p iths ami broil d thoroughfares n nc Tiic Iijie A rls build lug1 only place in ail the rival siion ihcrc wis farniilictliiJ not turn out rs iliiy iliif tiie previous open Tlu rclijjicjb ia no i iniy i poiijoiis Uirneti or io Udv Hr Tlioraas preach He jiiKli liiit a brief rcfercnic to the ii ibac in his hitrtniiKL rv if toUi d to propriety iny ami ciiUed thai Ihc H of The hi ip ITortJs Iribut to the govtrnor reviews liistory of the lost isi Aihniral Sir Ucorgii Tryoil I HayuuirStit mootingof May 4 irtti in K C tioirinianaeriiieluiii of the stys thtIKMIS of the appeal Ktiitiun sirkton WHS the puUtion signed by j Thc victoria lies bottom uipwanl in tbossanci munlianta bankers of walcr The fam UiAvyers aucl other prominent be guilty titated the is seriously fhimasred Admiral Mnridiaiu that twentyono officxrs ol tho Vieturhi c luf Uha have been pun anotigh luii a numlier of i tlwj ease more The Victoria was a tons I l I rareiiilly on very dtfr er and inotinlicd fifteen uns Thuros ferciiL arroinus ind assert that the M carricd oliccrs ailll i jury tuniL tried tnc was a pacitcd j Tlie wsitcr icainc in so fast tlnat it was imnossihle to close the collision bn 1k aecorafng to tlie law laid l iic supreme court both ls and this great tnpwciglht Dolph presulent Board of Tnul i py of that ty Mr bolnli printed of the liu in liiil Senate in last that his in n that speech liliat irst a4 llvi nil piLtcr lii J cleric Mr Polnb crty of Drslcin r from speejh and t in a and recent ktter tn qinstion rv lo trie pcr Kfery upori tinlinitiitriu Hill Jins a I lainttmvn MIQ supreme botli tlie Tassel toturn over ivhUu the men declined to le upon prior tn iind airam since the unal ui this I wens tryinto ihera otiestion saylup he ftKv unho the jsrors to their anj news mf the atclrtcnt orcatcfl the jiresseil Iiis in thi not competent jurors nmi only inolliuial and had no trie trial was not a Icgai but rola tratit from them LVI J thcs of the min The uroivd That the defendants were not ffathrjrGrl amuiHl the admiraltv I pnilty of ihe crime charged was so jrrcat infmination that in the j t took a of poike to reslrain J liiat as to the defendant i them i j the attorney had do Jhiflstoiie in anncainTncr the eahiin j dnrtid iitthe close of the evkcncc thaf ijy to thu honsi ot naldV i there no case against him and j tribute to the rallantiv oi the I lu kept in prison all tUcso I olHcersaiKl men He said that in all rj1 Iy riii ami yc sni h ivin ivo rjclnif tisc in jty Li of ih mis tie 1 aa inr OTI i Haul IKU yrer intlf M iiiLaitU Icr farm usid RuriliB tioa iin tUo Emic jlrni h the ir of tie larni aaii iv y iltj of in tlie in the tho iawri v and in rish reprs of tlC whiirli is ine fot niuh jitu tatiii u wolvefoot peiirs i a of the one 1L ty Lxd taiunford ssnd Li by ihe s i IriKi Iiov of arid tavo a iporons In li ij5 oniT inn a tvrur i1 n of it wi i a nnmt Ii tl o rales Thiiixiiiy be ip xMl iirin vnia on Hi1 it is n ami in Sett hit there were 71S semis oJi board whom he and taken to this Clnriada tronhlcir tire to be I lie cause of hiit o fnvva City one oi tliB cicspieucjuft in Masonic tirana lodjrc hrJi j thirtythree moctingg o tlie lodge including the one clil at Diirenport lie in IfiiiO has missed only tivo On of theaii he was Icnjt the sickness ibf his ivife lilie other he was liimscH bc E R oi bralteman on ithe Wabash inUisroom in lihe hate ia an beingovercorat ivith gas to retiring1 he itemed oJT one ct tms in doingso turned or tlic gsis rri afSther When iound lias room WJIK filial ttial FiTLtjTJKit UK trial was cHhi it appeared were Vist er sopiicsjiudKWfl ajjairist the Uefendants Atimiral Trvnn was naval or clhtiMI tlelortiiiiHd lo win the nilijer open in tinservice since a rertain rlass in thu coinmn and held nmny imjwrtant posts nit3 he tuui d nut and did not A dispnth roceivef ut i odok thr griint a fair froia savs that Ihe The sustainsthe collision ooeuirred at ocloLli yestcr fivc sncuittcd in the appeal rei Lliy aftermoon about Eeven niiiies from ferrudto and says that the facts tand Tripoli Tho vessels were ml most at 1 of the colotroil There in l V rjpiiii both a siibjiivt tiijit Im settled ilie sk lie f vr and iisri of tiic tan I inmotion tlie wiiJ it An aitiLlniiJiriT soUiriir IHviu h v will hv crushct re iiiiliee bet oi jniirn sh iii method tlu In house of lords todav Earl niaety fathoms uf H to diffijult t y to obtain of rusjued1 Kimljciley secretary of state for India stated that the JndLan council had Caim suvciiljIvessLls TO far all efforts have becrl devoted lo gas and howaw uliconscicus aid was summoned bat the say Ilia recovery is iSonbLlnl En Youm a farmer miles west ot Griimell was out ol recently bja couple oi sharpers Thc plan used vras lie one which has bfcn in use for A stranger wislnjd to buy a farm A coc federate apptiats at the propt11 time A Tame proposed with the usiaJ Vesult 2Tiii two men arrested at Cutter1 for holding up thu Burlington near Kodaway Kncceeded in the officials that they were in an important poker game ait tins time ot the and were dinchairffed Tlieir names were George Jewel and J E living1 residing respectfully alSt anct Hopkins Mo AN has ren dered by thei supreme re jarrhng police court fines in effect that a convict if aide pay cannot avoid iaying a Bcu by terra of impviiionincnt thai u convict haii a right to pjiy a Tine1 t avoid but n11 rigrht to po to jail to avoid paying u IOWAS bnttiir urvhibit for the orlds Fair has jusl been forwardct Waterloo C L secretary of tlie State Bcviry assoeiation has eoliected ex hibit1he consignment is up ol pounds ol prime goods Amirib uted by more than ninety and about thirtyfive private daHiij THE annuiil conference rthe Swedish Baptist ehtirch of Iowa whieli has been in stssion at closed its general session The financial i statements and pnjarts ot work were luijjhly The oflScers far thei corning Her E Olson of KJiron moderator 13 J Peterson oi Creston cnod erntor Hev 1 Osbeuck cleric KEV K H K Vox D lh bijihop of wilio ia in America to reprcigen1 Ueear at the celebration hundredth aniHiversary of of the LHtheran cburcli ui arrived in Buijlington and was a royal rccfijiitian by local Ijuiherans iioi3 many men ol note ii A largely re ceptjon was liclil al which addresses of welcume nsiil responses wen made Sunday tbc bijihop condactffld JD tbe Swedislij Lnrhcran Whilie Swedish minis era ot aote lrbiri Minneapolis iSfew York Ht Ixmi3 and fron Ienu Nebsaskn Illinois anil btUeir states j QUITE Bnmberof si have been killjfed pit Kirk James had been is jlhc habit of his hoaso fori a number o he cutich it in vain injg however jpa hpilne basikfjlof effffs taniE of wiii set tliem on the floor ID as ttEnai aLd put its necfel tin handle the jug cgfr and was ihen Tuuubli aad WM I passed iKia act for the immediate coveringthe Ibodics of niiniB free coinagC oi sihvr i tjiinonroivji tllUit i T i aflttiatctli br iths m Sold standard in India tlionffh gold haK Coloncl HarplprfT j would not he the sole ieijal ennier I ton to expresii her sorrou j In UiiiE house of commons ihy to Tyron stone jyaire information similar to that fn the iibe afMr i ffivcn Em the house of lords br the cnrl I Lady Tvroii why of Kinnberlcy He ndclcd that gold j arrivcd frorn tlsree weeks would mot I the wiiv to I lhd news of her htw jjiKj fen in a ncy lie Liiat goiti be BWifie a legal tuncler at i 1VIIS her nrst reeeplioiu ot the ilngardinff the silver on j sason were to Mr triadstone said i that tliiu gDvernmcnt ot India hud been I instructed that it ivas open to it to d mit thiii silier if It thought fit lit Jli5it formcrhulianctil lor of the exchequer asked if the art to free coinage af siilvcr trands death Uer fiinctiousi have been post snd bln portion i t iki not poinw that way Scmttir Stsinfois Tkfrs but tho in lliis cilv was inttJ in he pre a t nJia a Mill lur ihofivil ilio namn lo the It il ciMJld ihv in 1 it iiiipUlt for him to L His vcty to n v i t h h usi of The jilkon clntli fe 1 to the of the he A jar apun ccif licit riyht porne out by jllmil you into ihc l un o in in tliti pn PCS from nv Tery IILIIHJ here eiffb years jpn wluu the 1 lie lord hns a rehef c 11 for the beneBr of the f milics of i of the men lost In Tlientws onl1 to Iniliit wonlrl not wtablish a iil j had t yeurs ffreulinjury or clfeet the destruction LOicidolence the fricniisof the drowned Jl U F asvrjisinthc hands leader Admiral The Limcs says thai the inquiry into pnsfichfjiid nltiris Limes says mat trie mrjiULiy into rnmiis i the fJulies f rHsasWr be Che natives Mr Gosjhen said that the value at hi leer amomitiisd to luo Itephrtnjr to Mr Uoschcn Mr Hadi cxUaiisrivcthff punifb lf OTind tc of precsiiie information tut he assumed that Indian gorernmcmt tvaiild not make arrangements Doubclws most of the nneoirieil silver reEurnsad to Ihv loishsn in the e and The of the Vietorin Us looked upon as confirming1 thu opinion of many nnviil officers thai the raonfitcr war ships of the isrescnt day are dlcLidedly form ol ornaments worn by the na fnr seHous j on seaboard aral eagniwennfj has Tlic correspondent bctwcpn the i advanced as rapidly as naval froverarment ot fndm aud the India ofi aixl the stnpenflous of a fices Irasibeen issued It opens with a I IVWfrton letter fparn the Imfia wuncil under daw of unrrnTthc home bu doiibt i toaM in the of f aV r i The silver by an inCerrnaLionol d tins defect It is prowble that agreement fail inin which DOt to deI or the r i coi M not Ihc inipetns irceciTeci fer nport an Indian nolicv 11 i from engines ivfafm runm 112 as n 3ii linternationnl i r n n not the renen y com lit t i i l niented on that while so nuich has won r top tlie comaB of stl d JUf h cj eff of r India navol hartlly he discuss a thou ht drlll a proof of 111 fluctttl which in the immense Iti of life D s In the rates of ex Colnpfo inf i KunoHA Hattil lluiriiS FORT SCOTT Tune Tremont IIOGSC collapsed this morn ing1 to the 100 oecuj pants Jit Is believed five or six are buriedin the debris The hoiise was oi four stories high entire eaiit irall fell fol lowed by three fioors and their j Irad of j fail and steady Bhikc ti foni laid in connection iviitb tlu sinkhiis1 of the Victoria Taikicijr it the disaster is regarticci by natal ijisaplans L severe to the naviutii of the world Thfi aicTcK in Wathlris Jnnu of over them tbc Hrt of thcJr Jin the fity th cupied liie old annrx oi lln Arlinsrtnn ihy Irtiixj at K street ILTH i it After deep ho in iho iiih Ijli tfcr dinners il ivays iioijihii anil prliap m in this ever situjitum the ckjjisivc of tin tiinner trivin in vial ocvahlnns lutnur to tlKir llic uj Sir Stanford winter weiv no kis unarkcd The humblest visilur woiilii be as most iavcired and She of jm establishnscnt ML the pi 1 tlic priial iTeiiator Siaiuoni niadii i rule lo Iioiue from ihc yenaty early in llnisj ilays arid took in bLcinjr l te wtli liihi potion The pconk1 ui the city admired Of Senator In the constant t allclaims itv the pnnli iitds ol ireey be5trnvcd Financial ois of dollars ut knew of hh bjhi 112 for JrclaiiJ aew financial a bralamaiL ss luniilpwi lo a iyht inlo cif the niit tlri I ho rouf of ihe s ami a who was i the iiiiipeMiuinu nu iIn iriniy 1 liir vi J think Id pixfir be u THE FINANCIAL SITUATION How St Loutis natikn Oat TmvcS to tni Fnlr ST finiiricia jivinjr vrrv little Mi IHC banks in poisibi shape asid f there is tnorecnseivatiin than usual in to disioiaatisjj there iii plenty of money lor rJl malo On ihc al in oilftruil day on rialliy ami UHraticjf cont nil us ID be but in ewes ol iirr ten with figUJe for Hit1 btft itpanb market is not active Eiii at this tttne his llni ruturns arc much has been a cotispi nous feature of the duiirir thi lust three years is luorLnierketi cvr this hiinintr Tlie frontaijc new buildictrs during tiil pisst threes years usfecds in the 100 iiii length aLil at the prescnt rate of buildujt the scital for ishis year alone rill Ijs cuer forty fire lailes The riiiiiiroad Iravifl between St is aiil CiicEi5 siriic tin1 opening to Mill if of 3i prior arturo fur did not for purls if piril 111 Till iruiit of Su lliis drtv ii no1 n pn ti wL r1 tt iniiii1 i prosiiics oi no iH i liiri i in liur at tl by tl AfUr the sir lii up t narrowly io v ii onlyhnjii i of inml shown iiis cut hK iliviiny T a1 Iielti last wi c irntri1 fool Vi ty aiui iliai itiariii I iuLiT Ilrini ih ii famine Niv Y i d anou h Iii ich stji or iii iiij lu i JKire of laanv aihor ni if Now at naral review thought that siie was has just been tiiken from lihe ruins bad ly hurt I The thmger of other parts of the importance when compared wrlth the illioted fir the Ulaske was a cruiser the Vic prevents s tjjiorough j toria was ia baittleikm search bodis in the ruins j lifloa tonslargeithan this Blaka TwentTjtseveii occupanis JixRre been j bore abatit ihc same nilatityn to the taken the seeonrl ijtoryioo the j Blake that our KCIV balltleshipa ariaorl that one result of this cntastnophc be to cmiphtisizi in a the terriiblc cniciienej1 of rani as Treapon ofnaval there wfls mij intention of usiing it of fiiinsively in ithis when jit is pre siiimefl ttoe sliiips were CTtyajyed insiiin jtlit maneHveirs its availabiilitjj in at war has been amply lemonistriittsiV west Rilrlt others Ida t Rilrlt by means of ladekirs and Inclijina anil do rs esicaped tlirongh tins iregTiliir ISTorfe Naval offic ffan lias just beau talicn from the wrijck batlly injured Almdn IVooclarrl son of the proprie tor badly htirt but notfaitally Mccrianies are at the walls po that a thorotiph jetirub ean randle It is believed the fioindpnt was caused liy tbc recent adclitijoii of si mansaid too hieary for the fDiinrltitioit BertjNorth thu new at Imperial js a printer impression beism allcnveii to Tliie againsl tic ousts thoritifts of U lie has in laccii sin i have for to for S3iJuaB7 to tnf during thi laeit three IbaTe been monacnitary Sihelisum ie divided into Jalr coinpellcd LC pul nu and special Th4 general Cxtri per icd other and consist of Ibe taxes Irelands tvim to rtm their1 trains in factions Thiii is purtly nult of iho very large of pjoplu in Mis viMiny tJie no once but f Uy At time oniic1 si Timjoriiy of ihe trafljc is iijj y visitos and tour ists JJict rail roads have pironor ttmsile all points vviitto re dlirtifat to l yivcn the CJtvof Fnir air lienct liter 1 a t i nftitisvl fioin rill lilirri irn St i lotirists pnr Is lo i7i point aiml avnil inff of iliu low far iie portion o the frown Hiues and a amcrant of the customs and duties in EiigJand on articles consumed in Tre janii The residiiji of the penciru of Irelands imperial eoutribntion shitjl have form the J revenue I shall bear tier own special ind lished and shall be estab sver ut tlnV ansii nul IfuyM 1 m1 j tiyaui us ihoy iluy tri M ftr rirolH ur us j L Thf rtu3 ire 1iiy Thiy fur i ivhici tlie repeal of ic vor law i It SLLins nit1 that lighter rilioinio liltely aiiclhat ivith short iilroad more of orr probibh uiilrv the in carrying1 iioldj iiu priiin oul h H inUOi b tier to SLl part of ihiholiiinfrs iiiG thLprjHi tku up i no evcnioihj lialdir Tlny ciirryiiu1tjio for 01more br intere1 tilid i in tlie nr rre is fxparts ducK atnl the moM is hist vvhiit j ihc Fair A tnblc of paid admissions to iie fair the open in jr 1 iiiilaiiingyes lerday lotul ui have been follows Flrr week May I 10 Vlav 10 Thi i I y H Toiuili wicli Miy il J of the business oi this city closed ye tairdar afternoon inid th1 business riten elcrks and cit r iixens jjiaerally1 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