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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - July 6, 1893, Corning, Iowa                                e j I U JUT W i AT Tint Bftah K state of Pennsylvania pro prill ted tor tho of the ground occupied by the Kovo lutionary army fit Yalloy Forgo with a view to rescuing tho wccmo of historic winter camp from becoming1 n rdihoafl shop sito It is an appropriation thatis highly appropriate IK fattr Tlwii In Hi OATH Tun housewife ol tho century will not hivvii any tin or iron cooking utcnHils Sho will use aluminum cooking dishes which arcs lifftiS easily eloancc and inactictilly indo stniotible A few of arc now niiitlfi and oxperimcnts have shown that aro far supurior to any now in ufic 4k MITCEELL AT MRCA1NS In MM KsSiiOitKTAiiv KIKIXS speajcs Span ish with ns mtich fluency as mother The rcfttton for this is that tho oarly years ol his law pntvtino were spent in Now Mexico where in order to succeed ho found it nocijfisary to acquire n command ol Spanish as tho caaea Sn court were tried in that la t H OOllNINGr Will t ill IOWA aortk 0 T J K CORNINO Will proioptlT M IVK shall hear this year many ccn fiorions comments upon our Country its institutions goverirnujnt and manners from our foreign visitors But we have now passed hey and tho veay nnd sensitive epoch in our nutiomil life and should serenely anil aomiiliinontly got all the good out of our rues ts1 F x Jojrishiturcs have jcr fonmcd the scrcat fiat of levying a tux cm all private schools except those of a sectarian chaructor As the state is utuiblo to maintain a sullicfont number of public schools to educate its people It would bo in tcrfisUuf to liml out what influence hiought this uuricus meaHMre about AT Lc Mara the Corner stone of the new 815000 Methociist church was laid appropriate cpiremouiftB Marsh ClmirlfcS Stewart was Rtriidt by a train on tho Iowa Central track and irifttuiitly killed recently blew open the safe in the NortJiivooa ilmirmu imilla and secured Ronsicliicrabtc money The amount is not yet known KDWAFID TJjirmN who ilejicrlert irom the United States tinny at Forfc iSncl fingttircc years ajfo and eloped with a woman haa bccri amsstiicl al Rn plils J L LEWIS was iound giiiilty as rfisrged in he incliclmcnt for extortion titLe Mara The court held a night and the jury mis out owe hour nnd thirty articles of incorporation oi the and Ciiiiizens Savings IjanU of Be Witt lowak hare been filed in the Hccrelary of stated office The capital stock is AT Fort Madison Ia trick Ryan com mi tied Euitudo y shooting1 hiinsolf Ijnef over the clewlh of his wife wag the supposed canin lie was proprietor of the Eaihvay hotel and a popular man AT LorimerTrne Dtifnr cvas drowned in Lori mar lube swimming Wednesday Hi was iscizud with inimpa He was a promising man of 17 the son of Lorirnorfi A L OORNIKO i IOWA ID7 tllto of ABSTBACTEH OF Foil Bftkk IEAL ESTATt AMD INIURMCI OWA s entml YV T Cawon Sons guneral store nt 1nton arid ftc carod FSOD wcrtlit ol clothing shoes One luinuiCMl dollars reward is offered Jor llic anrcst ami conviction of the guilty parlies A PTATB cerii fictile has ocrn issued by Auditor MeCairLliy for the Way la ml bank to business at Way July John B Henderson Missoitri who has devoted long and varrful study to that matters at finance Aas addressed to Secretary CuiUahs a cAnmunication m which ho says I jflromificd to give you in writing jtEie of my statements miicHr to in conversa tion mtffcetaiy condition of trte country I then expressed tSft tfesfc tlto present sfcrinjjciviy of our currency is nol fcjr arfV lack or insutli cicncy of our cuirvcncj1 by loss of produtet bnainess irictn because of thb bffl and in furilor character of a pirt df that currency Mr lionderson n liistory of our financial lfgisUlLOH frooitvhicsh be sajK that neither individual pros perity nor commercial is eon trolJed by the cirauluWnff median irid thnt the prcFiciil financial is tine entirely to the iMlwcr acts of and of 1SDO In eoncUsson he snya Of the five of golfl tho Moslem tpaincr of clo phants took in ChinJilown and emurjjcd tharcfrom with a flaming land flenry county cash capital and ambiguous tea labol on hia notta j s gso000 The ciflicorsarc BanuM Gra jiffc of some young incident ia airaplo oigarment tho houthnn The enough but it thufc in tho brciwt of tho almonclcyed 3 outh there itni impulses entirely human and I M Sproull Ocrafnj l IOWA CnxsnAU repot ts toll tiuit Forty per cent of tho women ol 4ormany tail in s11 iinfiustrien TJioy cs prcially cmitloyud iw houMC servants find in fiiclojios iu agjiunHnrul lulinr Thf men tiio often worthoss or wnrrO finiu all must lift snldicrH Kverybntly a tJobt lo the array and must sewo out hia torm or buy or fly to America Q OOST2ACTOn COBNINO Ir is no iiouossary to scna Kuropc either for sculptors or I murbla or bronxosIn our olimato In Iur more tlcsirtihlo than i marble for ditDfdaor monumonts 1 This fact has cheapened monumental In mnro Eicrirics than one i and will be a temptiition 1o morlJoeri j ty to seek commissions tliat ouffht to i bo rcsorvoJ for the higrhest geniuw CAPITAL f a 000 anil then tho sowilled tount o raiia a belated of tha Hoiubcms to tc Inxint to ro nuirk thut Iio reiulv to talce Uio thronewhEch bolbiijjft to wijcfi aver it is sife to Jo HO IVho sciioaa with which thu iHfcd coinifi tho untJqnatoiJ hnrosy oj the divine of kings proves llmfc a man inuy full behind tho times a jontu ry CW O JfOSTOW at Maropt J PROOTOB ADAM9 COCNTTS FINE PHOTOGRAPHER TIIEKK cun bo no doubt hat a pjvrl cf financial trouhlu re from DJC radkal ho Uvocn liei mcmitary systdm and of Ktigliind Bcith have rnonamC lallic n notiiry HtundardH but thai of India is silver England ten aciously holdH to gold Tins fad Linquustinnably fltsqualifiOH Kngland to iinpariially legislate for Jndia on he EJKDS Off PBOTOBB1PHIC WOffi IN THE MOST ARTISTIC MANNKfl AT PKlCBtt OOXtNINO IOWA RNEWCOMB DEALKIt III ALL ItlUDIt 97 LUMBER LATH lott Pssts SHINGLES ml Liilier fcll ltd to tbi bent of l ftnd itvB ft fiUD ttoo ABU AND LIME HAIR AKO CEBLENT Joursruil blcus its innocent old heart is ruading West ern tciwnsj which have recently been iroficiulod i Herimis lecture on tho infinlt4iintial uharacter of tio bniitil injjfi croctort It seems to suppose that now vitioa am built by JnilJion lUroH who might as as not put up tiroproof structures The dear old thtnj1 ttoosnt tluit firift must conio thu shanty in which tho nowcomcr in to mnku the money that vlll pay for tho brick block TUB theories an to tho ciuieoa of panics arc not perhaps iquifco so num erous as are tho students ut the sub ject for each now theorist has a certain number followers bad they aro many and varied They range from that of the late Prof Jcvons who iraasinoil that tlbs periodicity of panics inuerht bo cnn ncetotl with that of spots on tho sun to that of tho writer who recency informed ua that tliey lire intinrntaly related 1o the prophecies oE the Hebrew what way wo liuve ntit yot had time to discover from the study Ms writings of ADAMS GO FREE PRESS TUB ABYlfli her president cashier THK Maple f3 rove creamery the property ol tha Lhiinond Creamery company burncnl a toal loss Tlic crtumcry was loiiaiecl three miles from Wyoming1 anci 11 family resitted in tho building and lost tbiur household jroocls frigia of tlie ffre itDknoivu No insurance IHK articles of incorporition of llie Sionx Vallev Horse couinitiiy ItuTalCii aL Sums City were fikil with the sec retary ol staic CaniUl Tin intention of tine com puny IR to t is horses Tho maines lo ttn articles are Herbert UJalcotn D Jckyll and W W Ealeotu AT Curbonmlo shriM boys George Kingcarnp Ed David and George Mai all sons of rif that nlacei were drowned while bafhnipin SEumtc rivur Mar teas ivas a cripple and got bttyoml his depth other hojs Ifwt their lives in ilrying to save blip A for the bodies is in progress kiRWBti traveling saleuman for E TJ MaJwBtJghlin left Ottnmiva for the west two weeks it was discovered shortlyiifterwards he waKan in tine sum of 5300 Tho pfficers located him by a telegram sent by his sweetheart and wired for his arnstiU Gardner is highly connec ted in Otlumwa J 1C left his home Til fin about Tri the tnorninp rcijiiallyv aai1 a lew days later was found deiid ithe woous He was a man 70 years oldThe en tin neigii borhocid were out in iiearch of Mm He was EI welltodo respectable farmer From all appearances he had bean cleart fen ten or twelve hniirs I JUDOE CC COM of Oes Slomes has jiisit preserilfcci to A Id rich Collec tion in the sate house two fine antl interestingautograph letters by Gen TJ S Grant and one by the Hon John Russell Young who wrote the fjrcat hook entiUeil Around the Work With Grant These tetters are ac companied bjr several unusually fine steel portraits oJ the great jjcincrai and president CEDAR salormUcepcrB hcid a secret iDCtjtiiig recently to consider means of circumventinff the numerous prosecutions and ruicla under the pro hibitory 3aw Tifhicli ere made ia that city by attorneys and profes sional proseeitors for reveaim Jfc is undCrittood that it was agreed to pro Incy iGTJtttsncc that lend to Lheir induitmenl by tms Qrand jury which is now in session Che city exacts a license fee oJ S25 a monLfo and the saloon men say they cannot utand the financial dram WHILE excavating in that part o Burlington hnown an Bogus a place ofccii repute in former days a coloredrniui come npon a box iwo Hcot in the ground which eontaiincd hu maii bonpH and particles of cloUiing condition oi the remains indicated that they had bceo buried satne tinse vev in none cin now bo fount in not to foreign the iilossingof a sniffle hais bitiii hoanleii not to until itsholtl ers have some if loaned that it will bn repaULin tnoricyeqtially pood The ctrti iates not ailrcidy forced upon for re demption lire no BCCTI The United Slatcs note tor redemption which tiie jproltl rcncrve iis supposed to be held Hinby Jihe jfovern nienfc constitute liicst secttriiy of national bimks n ml the green back ift rapkllj 11he na tional batik iiolliss iiccessarily held if possible by the issuinjr them In fear that itn tlie extremity of fiis trcss their titay irnnn be asked in jrold Notfhitf is left but aii ver certificates intl nates The banks an unable maintain their hisvfiii resonay they can pive no rciicE to thd community Tin treiisury is de pleted of its ere penrlttnrcf oscced jr1Vetrnment vcceipls Extravjigant upon a silver basis rtMtEifL now be paid in a mcduitn of viilue fat luieclkiss prom ise lo pay hits now and its performance to1 irg and tears What nfMv is ITS ltKirL tliu hereafter lie THE COMING CONGRESS AND OTHER MATTERS May Sot 1m to Brlns Re Hot to onntiT Should It Xnm tlin BetterJit will Iw Toe BctUf tho IKatra Setttlon will In KupPnt nt tint Silvrr Pnrcitiaiws Change of Jlun Gcnernllj Cwminnuiliif jhing the SJiasistippi mer t c rains r its oivu coiuc ICH with snilrei L ilutier should nlonc hnilion in tie 1 lie govcrnmcnt fihonlrl bo ctfcoruij sold for casVi in iro1rl icum the proceeds covered in tins fr ccnr ffnld hinds to thu nmountof smnl I be promptly sold and H ierrefl to the Fourth A day Inter than JannaO dernpfcion and all circulatini1 tmns be fised not for the in fold of of every descrip tion huretofaro by the govern ment At 3casfc half of the silver tlollara issicid under tlie ants of and 1800 should 1 sold as bullion md the remainder mtifjEfl into subsidiary silver coins and raffles legal tender only in payment S10 Jess Sixth should be madR for the nst of of jTild bonds for the purpose of provisions us liberal sistent with ff tin possiho Con niirler govern The ttniis of national HO as to permit the isauco crrtJiilntmo noteii on the deposit oE limn United States bonds the snl von ct such tn he passed on by gorcrjiment ofTiciils All issues to be rc dceTncd in fftild crfn on demand Ninth All fofciTi TO Id coinis should be made n hjjal for debt ind rdcciviible at their value Tenth Prior Tamiary t IPO the surplus fimds ri the treasury cith cr from lojitrs ti be placed with the in sucli auctions of tin conn try in Much amioitnis as may lie by the sc rein ry It is nnf but fUstmst that aftlirts the eoufW Our fabric of finance must ue lorn clown and built anew It was in ctrroi and every step departure from Iruth The IfiTS was Lishrmora ble to ihc and ruinous to the people The of ISiKI a mere device lo BubPtiuHe silver for polrt as standard Iron OEcopper is either more ia valne twfaty tmn silver accepted Mie had advice of the silver iniltit ionics once yea twice The cup is km Hitter to oantinue the iiwl that if America vliind France and constraiarid tn nso rouM soimi lake the the contrary its fall l without intermis sion eijift jorcnnnncnts now have our polcl Wl with a currency by the vrlinh1 ivnvld and scarcely valuable i thaa cop per ir on SltimtSon July Voor chairmiin of the finance commit tee lirst knew oE the prcsidentw prbc iaraation coinTcning1 congriiss ivhca itiforincd by an associated press report er Hi was not surprised That bcmg the case saild tlir senator it will not he lonjy until we are ayairi at ivorlir fnasmueh as congress has to dcai wiitK this subject olf tinancti it is well thatvre get aljfHif it and the sooner the better I do not know if congress can or will IKng1 nrlkf to the country lint it has rimply to in ail cc the effort amd there ijs no wisrloiTj in dtlay The condition of ihe cornrry uaftainly to my mind clis prompt anI decisive action es pLiiiiilly in view of the fact thnt evisrjj1 borlv secins io be dupendins upon coii j gruifi for a solution of our financial UrouMci I think the president has acted wisely anil I have no doubt that as soon iifi conpress fretsto work it will repeal the fchennan act roLed aprainst the bill when it earac ujfoti an ajre and nay veto irhen pusid anul lohl the silrtfr men wbci siipporled ii that it as not the liisfps lai ion they ncedel for silver and thnt Uiiy wimlcl IIVK to regret ihc day supported itf That day has come J shaU its repeal 1 must not liR nndcrsVood however that I abate a single jot or tiite of my to rhe oTia7o and the of stiver IIKMI y undtr proper regulations for its ptivity wiith pom1 Stnator HI arris prcaiilerit prci tern j h senate could not be person i nlly lnt frnm one to whom he hart ralaJlive to the calJinjr 01 an ex tra it is learniicil thnt he cs presscd bclirf tiiut the sootier tt WHR TOLC tlvo hcUcsr it voulil be for the whole eon n try JJeprcftontative of 31 diuiriXl to the probable of cortcrrps it to deal tinniinoy cjivsliin i enn exrrffi5 n vov n i ufiMion said Mr 1oclifri or ilu reaon I tint talked with ennuvTh members to know the Phermati Imw can be re pcafrd or not Unless I Imnw whntn canvass wo in hi show it would be foolish for m tt make a prrdidion So far AS thn Titon of the rresident is concerned I think it iacminentlj wise nndcr circiiinstallccs is n said Mr THmim of Tnclianii and I believe it wiill result in thn repeal of the Sherman law at the door of which miiuh if not nil of the present financial trouble cilvt b laid Tlhc earlier eonifrnjss repeals tlici Sherman net the better it iviltbe Vr n11T belie ire it can he repealed ami faiJ to see any Rreat difficultyiiti wiping from KtntiHe a law whith condemns nnrt no body favors 3C At New KmUiriiT Town V LOFIS Ma in whiieh are Ultf Jv to rcsolt Sri the jfrncral use oi MefLlmntJi Ijridge oil trninsl eittfriag St J from tsc East Ati present tills road is Vised for trains the Mfr roininff in liie EmLs bTidgei malting use ol tunnel under the of thocinj wh eh juo Moriiinp scditJule of tlicvs ncd ii is ropncL to TO astc IrrUior ami hj forai ircijrht trailic the cltivaicd ioad or all trnllie j popuhiriiy of the iffp would be iujjutnjip The cluy l or olivntiil voiUi iti a few blopks LT than lliv ivmncl route hut i as liiie toaJJi i nadc sinii journey would oi course bj Jar is Si tool the straight St Charles struck Maywood about 7 oclock this morning and I was afraid for the horse when VG struck the pavement for fear be tvooM break down He aint used to pavements you know I rode tbe liist ISO miles in twentyfour hour faorc I should sny 1 isas I j did not feel mnuh like sitting1 down but j I am so sleepy I cafct tall 1 have had j no sleep in days to aiuonnt to anyj thing1 Iut 1 ieal in fairly good ihape except j Bciry herts off the conversation inr tn ask Msijor Unrke if he found any Ui raarUs on hLs horse and than saisl i of this ricliTs sey I rode in a agon bat they are hars I Iiare rid eri on my Lvro horses Sandy and Poison all the wry 55y the wiiy iliis i tlrst horse carried me ninety miks yes terday There waa a eombinatinu up to beat me rl he rcvi of the ridws pot out In front of me at the start bat when Idaho falls was niaohcil E Avas in the load and they had to follow mu and they havo not up with me Althowgh Utrrj who is an engineer and surveyor for the Elkhorn Valley road wail the first to arrive it is rsot hkcly tiiat fie will be awarded the cow boy glOOD offered by cit57cnsof Chadron as he rode hav ing made the map of the route Besides this prize Colonet tody wiil distribute flOO amongtins first three persons ar riving The Berry matter will be sel lled by the Chadiais uonmiittee and the riders themselves The race WJLS started a t ChadronTune 31 it 50j Urns making Ike timo of lhi race iar tho luatiers a tvr hoti less than fourtcea dnyb Thu dihtaruie is computed to be miles but l ho ridorsclaiiri1har they roiic fnirtlicr by reason of losing Thosu vho in the nice and thoir horses were Kmmett Albright rHinjr Outlaw and loo Uush J SI IeteT Kidiny tJemeral Jrantand Xok Ooorjre A Joniiss tieorfri si ml llomtO Midtiletaa ridinf mo and Timraie C ijiniih ridintr Dynamite nmi MedwinirToo riHcsiu ruling1 HLllie Masand Chafer io ridinir Itoomeiang P Fisher rkliuy Nigger Haby and Dixie ana John itorry riding Iolsoi and Sandy A telegram from Tones and titevens ajjainst the four men who arrived a paee Joe triHispie rode into tho West groundsat oclock on his hoise 1Jiliiii SshalTtjr miniLtts lalei C Smith irpiAril on his horse O ISoth men rcaehed the oly early in She nifniing1 but were unac customed to big towns an1 their way buinjj unable to find their way to jjroumK AlUrirht did not stop on his hist relny bctwoiii and tiiicajro tjin Jiin Out av nnl Jon in siuip Maikil Tin ionnv iitltniptu i to bitt a sUJhfc hand xvhilehc was injr him ami 1oison kicked Major Burke As soon is the horses slnbloti lohn iJ Sltortall accompanied by a couple of veterinary MirfreiTBS miicie an inspection and of the horsier trsed to bite him He ciinclndtrl thLl there wais plenty of animation kti and pronounced tlwj horses all right and that there was no just ideation for his part as aent produced upo in raimit WHY THE SHERMAN ACT EE CA1WE A exrrcNiiCrnt HnirJjKin rot tltit H4ilt Still JlTH M VVortl SsijUr Vhivt on Vlnnnfltil of tlie ilvri Slurc tlin Uroui Intltn cclvert Flcht to 1rrrrnt tht DIJ rodittnn of Silver Sioin Clty Ioiiii untl Triisi tn clal lEnli rcst beinjr as colhi toral Says tho 1 floM N 11 Tht Man H Hoy Kirir SENATOBS FOB SILTEE A MAJOISITV CF TVVErlTV FOR FREE COINAGE Altciiih a very largc number of ctple aro slilt MI hopes of low riies Jo iJia wcun I oiis and Jrnins re1einij rsin in tivo siuitelrc naLlr all pvjny to Jitn soaietivnes i Mime uvt niny while ihe fiio is nunniUalilc as ire Inoum f trairs frtnii all bring in ti piisMLriytTs mi heir wan to f Worlfif Fiii nn js Iar as jxssi f Ihi3i over in Elio oilt ys All iliLhotels repjirt business Xirv Vo UK Harrisnn nrriv aconmhan b Ul tie sun Hi fall lliisor Vwat for l to the Fifth nil tliic 1 ny l Irciil unt in this riiy vtfiicnlay Mr MiKce rud her hft llie i and uI ho ver 30 an this was the Wall lion of the jjp Thf iil f topie of dU 1 siler in tho maiii lj style ta the fljiivri an I i c in onvttition mo Ml 11 n iKt p whn boot w 1 of the tliniih of U ash nffton H vil remttin his in town The siiiiJ IJKii Ix in York until IK leiivos for May where ho wi1 sjicntl Tiily and August After the uf iho law silver olfl at now it is Mow tin you iijonrrit tho age MIC Miotion jnii hini I rjriior to dixuvs in tNiniiiir SJuMHis riih uii nnny OIIHI tlni faot ami liic njii it ay the S house oai cirtj icarinjj housL1 loan i ul of cleaving of tr ts jntu or oiith l dc ship y ry in iVal St is ILTV l and i ent is Prof ym Trtltase of this city Tie rrin objet t in tha ypuU for I hi i as np iif iusppicing the MiwMiuii cjtiibJiihcd by the iy and hy hiini be ti ihi city Thrr sOiland 1 oilmists and of national reyuu at tonrenton tfjo jralhcrjup1 ivi 1 full of interest to a iiiaHy of hoftioulttnic i nirw tovin if to be cs ilishert north of the eily ii mills and vest of thy new wnler rvurhs J h oir ir They an1 ipntialinf Iv IIBVO siiUioiti faiied previous ti iho pa iav rp1 tinn was the giftr cnnic friends vrs trie iio1 I dont say tisis to ix TV s frora bcinsjpulrioiJo iorrind IET out lhi TiricnV but only To point out a voiiiri Mo you tKjKct the act to be I donI ciro lo sjpeai aVmi i dont kroiv in went mi tin uiuvtof Hlitlsa pivuMit hif appeal wiiicb we tu to ililiaii thf ir itiiio in of ut ground lies on the hljnil ovorhjoking1 dent may havi hi wild team ivhich anil aHho trli it 5s well I is 1 T1 SubTreasury trans for reel 1I 500 o ttttj Francisco bv UUvTspi retviro fiir ffold Ivaho rc j cvci in Roid siul in cxchavipe for our i e atH o tiirrecty ctiunivy cither banltsorthc SubT There much i I us to reasons 1ivsiiifct ciilliaff immediately One of re js to tlie crffit thnt tlui 1rcsi n with a Joadinf ernf tlie hstJ saiJ thai 1 1ero majority ir thj favorable to tho ropcal of thj i1 it n by mt incias cor at a iiUc vosvlt wonM fclinv iu lhj rstiiatp and that this uncertainty n Iic Senate was tie priurioal factor aspunst the laliinjr of extra session oarlitr Sv r bir An Iritnd of the Pccrctarv of the JrcaMiry in on VP rtat ieni wita a rtporter yeleray said thnt oorLiini to Mr Criritle a efinvass it h Bauaibcti of Cjujrress had 3 ads tvo innnths IIJTO in behalf of Clyvfjlrai with the result that it thai ihero iras a thii Hoiitff in frivor of the rupeitl of sh tnn an ilvrrjirhasc law tin Senate ttiero i tvfjjiy other way It was hclic a Is as nut Itten ecd as freely in as ex TIIC road will be i blc to enter tile frity fro tit the north by Tneviis of iis now Vi dnrnff Jt n scries Milmrlian trains brugniff in Veis with a Citcvn ride lithfrtonparly nil KiVfanrlmn teiivn de have born in the A the west or ami this in is looked with great ir UTost An electric TOIK will also help the devclopmeut of this ion of tho arid one wtl1 lip in operation the course of a lew months aUhitost Jn anfiivcr to a t he atiribiitfd th prcinl crisis to thu ciToc of lav hesiiul thn1 he tloujiht a trreai mere blirae vras laid at thii floor of Sherman Jaw ihar it bur its repeal tend to restorepiiViliittm fidcnfc if only by ivfrkinj tlu iinatfinntion nf tie IK fx prcKvod ahavnvT rvury nmti dencc in iiovornnr McKinlcys rciKLL tinn Hu nCnsd to kilk tfilhcr upm the proKiblirepeal of tho MclCiiiioy hv iiiiviiriior Altsrciti to be wouiil bu converted befor r to cnsh c a repon1 btd in the uover UNCLE SAM HOLDS THE Kc ilic l Milcna rinaivcliTw tlfclare Sturm Cnn 1orct VtlinrsilfUiii j CITY OF JlKXico hino A j illop in ihd pnoo of i biingingexoinrpc on Ynvk t i iitr coil hasortaUHl mticli The rirally roganl lle pn rn thcDS than the nicic iirat prize the world whait native horse is worth European nations arc ol this race with Mmf of the thin ito rronl anl it was found i action mifflili otherwise OTVKY STEAM PKDTT OFFICE Ax Oakland gentleman started to Uke a Kpot from hid ieout with bsu By the time ho hnci ax tinguished his whiskers his wifa and the fumily baby much interest had hoon iirousEid bnji ia jtho oxcitomont 1hc of the oriiginol spot secraii to liavo been loiit of IT is plonainp to hovo an offtcial from ibfuiijji1 that she was in OhJicagp by hor wo would ilika tpO huvo u denial from hor hosts thai they were tumeliously used by their guest FUAKCE apparcnUy would like to sco tc i Panama jawindlorB pun ished AB thia vroulri Involve how ovor tho detention Jin jail ot a num ber of prominent cifclzons whobuve personal objectwn to tbo treatment it is ppobtiblo that franco will sub tocliaappointmout coined icnrmny wciukl it and thiit iiilvfj place of fiolhl has been rapid nil Mn Slifrmnns law UCUMterribly pensive to the country at larffe Tho Slicrman ai t it is claimed iras passciJ to prevent the rnnctmcnt of a free coinfigc bill Jt wonlrt bft n rarer the triiith to say tliat St was tn Sir liTairrisfm from vetointr a tree cmhu nprs hill and appear io before the cmmtry iivti opponent oiE Thi presidents proclamation cftcntanl the probahln result inthe action of Uiecommfr emigres were the IcDidintr tossirs rf ctinrarsntion in lobbies tonight whore politicians iicuptinmrri to rather There wsts a notible isicreate in the jrnVcrs next house the report viiij drawn them Iio ners ocn rsi where they disouiRsod the sitna from every point of vicT The n of the preVflent it is apparent meets with the rommnnflation nnrt ap proval of most of the members anrl pnl iticianRnow in the city iiTid tho opiin ion is almoRt jreTicral that tho Sherman will lie repealed Tliiis proposilioii is not refuted probablv for the renson thit free silver men will combat the lifrht ajfainst have very fiivr members mow in the city The free siilvcr men however wilt oppose any tiltorapt ia repeal the Sherman law nIth ill thftir istrcnfflh TJic fact that 1 the in the west have bptfvn closed will be used as a weapon to force any vtraTtrinc member En their ranks back into the fold tion f ttti tn MMfh tHieh ItSilir Tuiy 3Thc the awnriis it the race has been inntlti Fontaine the mane oRcttr settlinjf the mat ter The protestaffainst Iler ry in considertion that rtJe a race In will1 get out erf Jin ftjilij Bills Wild purse with the by tlie firm Joe Oilles wns deekicil be first in the nice pe of the Chiadron pnrsa and tlvfe rerolrcr offered by the Colhs The vejnainder of iilrnded Ibiitwcen the ago and it ia believed tci be Che re mains of ari old wororn who inyster por the Cbadrnfl he was ionJily disappeared several years strict Driven 850 ot the West SJSJO An effort wiill bo made to clear up the mystery amd it may be possible that a clsw to may be found A BAD clrpwninjr accident accnrrcd rarles south of Newton by two boys lost tlieir son ibS George Fease and Frank Silvers soni ol Jobw Silvers During the daythti hoys with others had river Jor the piarpose of mid while they were in the river oiie tins boys gat Iteyoita Ins depLh id thje water nnd called lor help The oilier boy went to his assistance which jesaited in both beiiig drowned Both abtuit ninO years bid bncliiqs ivere rfscovciredl aiter a l four hours u SEVENTH deaths from cholovu in one day at Mecca This is not plcau ant to contemElatci but there is no reason lor becoming oxcitofi Tho Atlantic ocean Jenkins stand between us antl AT Oocluck in the evenmgiirebroke nt in tbfe sttiam laundry owned byj C CEillen As it was u frame baili3ngit ivas totally coosn mcsft The loss Iis about SSoodj which waiti pnvtly iniMiretl Two large Iesiileiaccis inciir ty also btirned j JjL JKSKIMB onss of the olftesfc inosi liighly respected aiitUera in Boone cDiinliy tjieil at residence ArossBofindlgnlint Indians IB o cif the Oes Moiries tiver Jho trail oi the f idj and hopo for bin1 bwdpft near been con capture ia boro snow The posse fined lo Wta bed for a lojngtiwe ftad caros little for ji oluvs and doca not jjiis diatb jliod chase each rumor io its lair TJici crutlct than1 it jaoemtj to bo tho Kid tiwgwto uusKJalpot too long l i by the puispa other rii The attome of Br Wntves have be jun habeas coJbnsproecellriirsto cffixt his release the RTUiiriii thnt two terms of court lave passetii iirithuut ULs being tried j At CtiHina C IE Craig1 a balloon ist mnke aj paractnitc The jDnicliate fsiiljpd fo work Tint Cowliy Csncvno June thirteen ilnys rmd sLtteen hours of pretty viarni pont th e great cowbo3 race from thaU ron Keb to Chicago is done There i was a clatter on the rough stony ijiavii aient of Sistythird street then came at shout as at exactly oclock iny morning John JSerry finished first There nvais only n sinaill crowd sit thus of JBuflJilo Hills Mst to preet the tired man whohnd ridfien a miles in record time for the TijKSOii that very few had any idea that leader would njatoe sach fast time the iast part of the Tiose wlho saw Berry finish were suprisisd Why hes only a little bit of a man they said He is a little man As he Hung1 himself from of Colonel Codys tent in tha iniclosnre his smallness beeuine more apparent result olf 130 in twtmlyfoisr hours tOtOmUfsin thirteen days and sixUen hours then wiill be si rush for tin American animal European tions will American bred horws for Iheir cavalry Of Bourse on the oti iaiifffcmentsof the rulers and protests I urn not in a position lo decide hul I do say thai the horses arthi splendid condition I wns not surjiriacd at thai for it jusr as said i few days cowboys Hie horse is their best friend nndthnt its doavors can be brought out kind ness and cure1 GHIispie has attih Ho w SS jcara old has stox the journey vieI anil whnn lie ilis mountid today he appeared boy who ioincrt lillispic in Town that if lillispic had taken cure of him self arm his Jiojses he wouhl haru plctcd the journey yesterday In tirsfc pirt of ithe race he sUilurd hi horses out and slept outdoors fn MV Iora iowis ho slopped to sen uiiil ainiistttl the by ridiritTij1 triett mule Ke has never vnjrn a since Imstarteil His son was for the iace hut the ok man toJ 1 Jmv togci back uncl lead the farm as toridcd to take this opporLuinily of to have some lie is Bcareejy an tall Ms horse Poison ClevcIwiidH Kfply Dlsujipointing SAN FiiANcisnn Cal June sfieanicr Aiuitria arrived ihrs from Honolulu brioging the ad vices reply to 1 Pfenrston was received yesterday li and ill ia very disnpptiinting1 to iojralists The nnnesatioaists rcf it as serious doubt to general propriety of ftnnesiug iO inotc a country as and one jgnch a hcterogenous population P Clevelands languagt they jise it will Vc rcMniiTrfi u s was Mink by n cotlisiun with n M a in Launch whitih iflcr Sjctit a liasty retrciit Kuf whnti tin captured blue jncku Ui f mind that they were to regarded fas prisoners o n man jumped ovurbtnard and SVIIIH atioiit until a pursuiing1 boat of Uicir own side piclted up Annln eloquent and pdiolarly luriy wtso re reutly vishfl tonatry Miys Midwinter journey was to a minimum of by tho luxury of tbo ears nmi the friend linpsti otlic odi rials I shttHcnrry awiiy witli me ptensant niim I uries nf the TJhira llnnlii thfi Worlds i Lino nuil Jhall jlnlK1 imrut I myself to itK cure whoji 1 ricrst vbii the Uis tricte over which ii nijiO Fntnaas ivomMi1 who were mothers of small comts beth Harrett lrovpiafj vsrha had only one son Mrs lire mathe inatjcinii had tivo and one son only ihonfjh slila wns txriic mar ried Mine Uoiirfqps had iwo children u son and A so hat Lady Montague wljosc wroo ail mired hi our ojvn literature anil Mme de Sevfgnc Writer of uotialVr fa mous httiirh ini Fruach Miiu le Stael Imd trirca children in litr early Jifo wljujn Srt yiaiis old married n secniil 1mo hn luut another SOD ieoHfi Crots was unj to was Mrs Crailr author of fohn Halifax Mr Rir banld ivhose prose and poetry wore both much admireij in the J as century had no children iBd tlrs iho case her eqnnllvii liaised eouriiinponiry Opie Illvall World famous Hli Perkini peopie have gone ottir nil tJi ifornwi once they nellh iki P This road vrill traiifieoutfaental in th evidence for the u adnsed and it tenches Uw and eeocraiihv tlisi nyn After routes to Oti lx the old U lu tho jireat H has thn Ltcst truck hf erttinjr and Crcii bly die l The feet llc lliprry iri fSai nil L proba n Francisco J Meases a Santera a mile bv three Dr PWardwejll of West KoxbiiTJr Masjjswrasshojj aid instantly kiUed aft Ilia Jqbfe by s L Morse of Bosiajra was va an elevator man Eqiiital le biiitding1 Whenbc said he had nt for Aiihjaction i Tni1eil Marshal pf and oa jn Utility Tcinncssee by am whom they were Gairdeai wiia killed and that Irotight him the last from Dekalb to Chi ago siinca II 6rfoals the night before A of sprttad itseU over this little mans and burned features us ColoBcl Cody forward aiid shook him by the band with 1hc re aic the first man in You are all right John ypu all The horse was the j center of one t crested glroup and IScrry farmed the center oi ijiUraction for anothcr i Of ithe two objects the man ji was the sairriisst sileeptest and most tired The horse aigns of bcinp sleepj tireiil ur sovet His coat ivas unmlttcd inja ii bitiof lathiir to go nncjthei100 On otber hand rider loalijud ivorn oat but liUIe eyes thre mrais ilflterininaltioo in the kailtlraine a uniqne Tictnre as im stxxi handsj with merajbetis of rouueiis attempted lbi press r all iJerrjrs eatultatian at winnipng lithe fldent that any scruples of time will disappear On the m are much gratified witLh Mr Clyc iands cxpicfsio There is stron Hat that on tune 15 he Gresham thnt he was in of protectingNordhoff cutting1 precedent was not since Nordhoffis statements wwre lt ten in Honolulu whereas they ivritten where they were puJnIlsLici a lEfrai vLRii innttSftr moire history i imy other lino It nt tjttft awl tlie arid that Minister Ulouiic was iiisitrin Jye to turn Sorrthofr ovnr to tlie the Hawaiian government of mons Uep yon thrpinjh tlie Kct Larainie plains the HuiulolV tinm Urand Canyon over the i wry wcffplho Horace Oreelev rode Ouce on the I7uidn n iftieevery where Jt runto ijordsnl unl ruehJo Heaa aod tho nn4 Seattle Los AnfieoJ an Han Uieto and is the oubr rciute into It hns no reolrivas vtit l or H T U Paeilic Sys TnAllAljitirUlnu Sliver hnie Sftlk of tlic radical Mlvcr nion sinoc they rot ovtr thu tirM hhook oi thf nevv riri India iii rather Most M tlu ui declare that iluy arV lomttiistai a mimoy Mandurd that liu i harl bioir insst tlialTTf is more ivcr itnpor tjiat that this coiuitry sliouStl stniil Isv Mlvcr IDipy lobe firmer liutn cvtr in Vlieir posit on nd that inliiDtl JiJ mighl 10 prevent lite iKprvajiaiion of sivtr Itinj iny frivaler Tlii niore consorviitivi mou liovrevcr thisas ihj wind The best jiulvijiin is tJse mercy of those iiKn wlio siru Irnown as silver men whosi votes for silver in conirrfss have ffivwll to sihir Slur strcvJClll i his had liie nf tho Mnr iiian wJU indwell lo lipm tinquestion diflfTvmly muKr iNiiML and that while iho nuiiiil wil iifrht han ever tbf repvni Uiuy ininv ol their in the senate ThiiFe men ivho are not vrciiihitl to silver bill for liKrc t3iruhi be mmv imviioy in cJnDi tioJi it is Velieved 1ivni fn the prcsvjt an excuse ami i snn fur rating the Siiermun taw art the stiluiVi book perhaps even without ay Hort of a substitute as a coinpr njiw Horiiiw lisle market pritu if silvor issinking w n very jnjinu Jroin London show tic pruc of si IiT bullion to havi furthiT fallen tuday the maiktt quoting it at i iLiiiit ivhioh about cents this cuiinHry At this silver dullar is wurtJi cernlf The again begins the purclKise of liullioti sS eomfwlleit by this Shcrraaii j but m juxOHiat of the falling pisee no moy niadoon that iUiy 1Jte Iftst day that iho bouyhti silver bullion it juouri t i St Thvs WES on JuneM iroore I CiirlUlos mail this morniijir ivas i loa Ill wiSli coinRiaciii nseri in3 others eajJin tin tbo pircMiient to cciuvctsc at 1 oiKXiil ari to consider I The pressure IK I jrroait Jbut lliero is semiollieinl anthor act be i cm n veried before September i A ofiicor speaking of the I tinaaolal snutatiou said this morning i thai tihu crjuntsy hail brought to ihe 1ni ism upon ed tnles to jivje It j saM w in Eii re miplu ifive B Rohi loan of i I per bonds tvhitrh ijj voiill be lukcr ili other iroinruin itciuetH to id riorr into the Veile 113 ihort spaco of tiwe Told by auti Ilii eitormovs quantity oi hcil by the Anuviciin rise in value the tranid bcirfr immensely jiroihabln tj tnitij Stoics i is KtiJii tj nothing is o bring ibout tullisisj all the con will bcjriu niaiiualnriiiir for selve and the Urited Elates an rope will osx cnorfuoutly inj trade The Unitei it is nirfcd afforl to undertake A tInl operation lo f and has now t fippor tunily to settle the silverciicstion per An Kslrn and for devise Aficr hat cirly flavors in1 vicct ovicck TJB1 IVfftpn AS CHT Mo lurir last meeting of the C ity Ouncil o Anventine Mavor Willart ond ovtr an Kirmc tlft with his curie and his Mipcriorf wcit pOB from him and oiiok vb upLiu ihc Mayor i lcf and usingr tlerman vioiiMis1 it his a club otat tn Ai E L i Donel Citv A pent A and tem IJSfB St Minister Blount wa5 invited cr iT to igivc the oration on July ft fjnt The orator will be C Today in in s Inti June 3f atorPtsfEer is in town tiBrvicw ho said The Sherman lcw will bx reputed witiilii i Uicfirst thing1 when congress The effect of thin will be t3 both of the old parties and btiild vap i new one That wLH be followed ii nciv nlignriient of parties iterate pew will soon come ii to A Sninii illrlH tpiitirr A KjyeriroJ fil lecture to tho yoinjf men iii a Maitio pnper Shi oschnuis the young men of lldpcnoinla do so jinuh io to work iiish aluiaidl I amlmt v jounff grl J Jiavu and jot immtry in the luiik autl oiay Hi yeais old 1 lay up mifre money every yeir its jirctsi1 t jinancial by verji nbeii who artnow foe i itxri session of Thoy hnd icuuid he of their rojxami could no ami thrive by tion inni waiitiKi the gornrtiiinn vt cojuojto their relief thai they ruijlu Hraiujctiscr tigion an era spcfuhilitm jhcjirc wns no doubt in his mind m saiti that tho of tin iShcrinan luwi vfould ncedoni rciiei wluttnT tempTintry or ncrmaiiionl i alcnoi cotild Still there vaN tjoccitjimtyftvj now Ilid niRsKvaxild nspfnl thn Sherman of my Iifi thun n boy or imry man of miles of my HBicn tliisy prut dollar thty 50 to n jo home a doilnr nut father is abii to support mu but 1 siinato He intimated thill f the convinced thU fwnijress wouid iiaiiifuiaUly ro piil lhe Sherranri law that Jiody mifrht be in oxlira sessirm before he cojiclndvtt the ij working NKW Voitx Vily sixty physi all nno issinj the Ainielc Cure fir inter viewed tlsirtyVvrc agree 1 with AiHieli hrtt tho liaoilbiH microbe is duecd bv the d sense nnd while is tinonly vm believe Koch that the in Lhc caise A from iitKinivati U Amick shown ihc nbtivi I Hill ooniinre tndinff medicines to these and oil oiSsid doctors for each new patient until iH thrir sm could not coirc Jrom the ory WTB STOCK trotii Sfw Torfc Oiaalia aai I U71AHA istence The peoples party prdjtost in spitle sleepless I nfghta he tuimtiti to Colonel and wiid thnti jplcasejj1 1pon dpue prcljminarjr makeup ol one assume coatroL ahc nciy Is to Im composed of the peottl tind wiflrcccrire manj1 from botlx of the other jflojsf As 337 pursopa inostly old 3re injured cotHsions London hist ycWijthe city govern al Hioojr oi e ot tfce TOwSt Iowa CityMr tqi Iowa m ati ccessf tillij bilhe cinth irtg1 imainissji ami clrijf tedijittlo poli tics He ItBB beeii1 mayor of 5owit Oily ifiuly H 01 tli at anburbof uiather tut bwr tjia I an r is U i hold Cooltjlffc j jopedthat ererythiiigVronld lite but ife engiiMier ifiniis too auick fojr foithe animal Kerry ivilowed h Tobe i coinducted to the diniojf harb rewhere hib cleaned JB bit m soiinelchiclien with n gustobornof i hardriding1 Yrhenhepi1 a raretmir Mmm1itcc uf Ihc M l fi at Nt Fi alter aa JiitHrsis to stable ai d aiter Jr hght he ty ot hm iple on fas hurse W tell we A tint tier Citv Tntur ieapp trcf court K stockhold THE E Pouildson ino r one of the piijtioii hur NKW YOIHC wlotcc foeca as tlie olS tile Sebriislcti delegation rotitq ofiors Items vith day dirs cnrnfOrts of A ftt T to RflodBfttJli Septeaib have fare oWiilarhdiec ol olf i Loan nuil city which faifei si As resultof this to Will Out Bittjg u very utes rceeiTcr lor tirerfilors 1hrcatcnnir to attach it 111 held the mml city Bubjfpfilt b tho ordifim of 1 h she fat Qoebec and Ujrn me f Gtnaral ought known aa th B summer r he company has a ihe tp tac to whivh ircers The i Indian ssilvcr meniis general panic Ou1j of tht strength yj The silver UB miti3h itidall   

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