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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - July 20, 1893, Corning, Iowa                                Curator VOLUME XL CORNING ADAMS iqouNm IOWA THURSDAY JYJLY 20 ISDS NUMBER 27 JMT tatfl OORHINCft MJWJW Mml Tlrni Uanti tP XIYCUXLL MnCAWS In REAt CHIEW SKI SON one of thti big fjf tho Chinese six companion Img arrived in this ecmntry ivith a mission of some sort on hia handH He has vast wealth and untold power at hiii back among Chinese nnd nothing will be lost by keeping the kind an oyc OIL turn i Blocl OOBKINO innocentlooking Jarmors last week whipped out revolvers and put a sudden upon a desperate train ri1 bcrs This jury of twelve ffaod men and tnto ought to bohired raiiroad linos to un iK anrt travel loi1 i livinjj to adorn with thb pictures do jiBud persona whose last rojiitintf aco they niaik Thore OLode not to bsj mjuclli for ifloiiEff this The aycragQ epitaph jis He enough witisout backing and ubmttlng it with the flattery of ftlrj BKSAWT said a iigo that if seamed almost safe to prophosy tin oistburst of jenlus in tho United suoh as hais Tiofc hcon seen svnce tho days of KtizahcLh In eiflcr to keep him in countciiiuico ns a prophet lot us have that cmt buist of gcriius while he is visiting n a TIIK prnvalcnuf of ctimson in corlam fishes found off Lhw tioiist is siiitl bjj ProiE Hrownti ioodo to be fine lo red pijjment in seaweeds ration by the which in turn arc eitcn by Die fish Proximity to Har viuri collcjic hits nottiitij to do ivHli ii A KnG1W7GL LU A W AT the railroad clccticmiit City the propoaiJiod to vote a 5 pet cejitjtoac la tho Winona 2l to 358 ng1 of the board di rectors ot the Burl off on Cedar A Northern Railway company a Divi dend of I per wns declared pay able on and laiter August first BESNETT 4k FitAirz buildera ot fine buggies anil carriages have or benefit of creditors Liab Ities nmJ ussets uhoiiti Tim wae necessitated by slownfN m payments notes and draft tbe A conflagration occur at the Preston jjas vvorltK by a pile of Mack catcliinif on fire which mnnicatcd to soinu Q tars Tho fl a rn es w ere The Q is the Hi sisor the Tun latest Hying machine is the inviutirm of an Whilc not on the lines of any of Hs in Ihc licltl it is boliovotl to have fine trait in common with of trail uncooqnrrablc tit the law Uial whacked Philosopher Nnvirtuti on head with an appia Afrojnnfjr to compiJcd In Carrol I Wright fiT Ihc SLalos hipartincrit ol labor there are now iin this tionntry Kfit building asfioeiutioiis ivjlli 3ti sliarcholdytri and vvitli net of In tint list of such assruriaitons fiiBt and Ohio Tine war waged on the salons at Cedar has come to an for thei ilirae beiinp The grand jcr bns madij its final report and of fifty in dictments returned fully forty be lieved to be against CedE dealers A YOUKO son of Andrew of IJanuroit attacked by a bird dog iint his arm Ihlgh and legs bit tcri Tlic mulmal was captured ami pxantincd by the nhysiiHiins the boys panmts feavfnff the dog was but it stiowcd ma signs of rabies bciy is resting1 easy and wiii recover Ji was created Ufar by tlic annonncemenf Af tlio elopement cii Miss Tesn ler E R Jories formerly of rp the Price July men cridently combmed to iorets up the priiic oL the white mclal Oilers nrc in nearly all cases higrhcrthah what tiie cfcpiutment tffic iind are nearly nil course is persisted in the 3fotflers of bnlllion may find whew the end of the anopth comes that they havenoi sold 15 ounces duringthe month ol It has been customaryto base the iralculsition as what the market price in Kexv York oupht to be upon the pre in London birl thipre iff questiosii as to whether the London to be taken any the standard tlic mints of In dia have bicn closed to Jro coinaffc of fiilrer tho dansaclians have become and the principal market for hiiver Is now JNISTV York Jn that market tnc aside from those in uMeh the trassurr is the purchaser arc fov small amounts and the result is thati tine United Stiites occupies a very position toward the sil being almost the only pur cJiBSfr of tho mctnl in fhc srorJfl ihts btsinsr the case the matter of fixing the market price is a difficult one When with ie as statp these A PUCKT SoiNU official of undue tins Chinese lias lineii comiplains bo oultl have been a rhaiicc lo roliro his illriHtrat infj diUoicMiro twixf f mm He is as Rflotif ly ji jo had thn troublu of pcrf IK ration courts of Marshall Frank father It they were both in went ihtrre and had Mocmrily and took hi dangliter home t Tin fifth annual session of Imvn asstmbly will be at Cul fax July J to ti is well ali overtjtf am annually tlioustinds menrlinfjs which ate hold at the fi nf outmile town The of Hit association hftte pre pared tu cxcclknt prnirram 1 Jiwift Davu Jones tad Joe Lewis Ihruc boys under ar rest od sit FruiL Dorlfii for Ii3iplarv Stimc of ihc stolen gooils them Hrui the hoys Tliny broke into Staffords shop Prices grocery store and W meat mairltet and Look whatever fancy in each place Theyivi to the reform achooL M 1 com prising lirrn of KiuUls t TrC vrhih failed at Cixlar IifL arc biin airestcd on the t obtain ialsn majoril the their IH no doubt a ten dency lo postpone murder triala too long A mutdcrni is not a man lo bo 3mnilird with IdtJ gloves buf a man of murder Is iMnoccnfc mUil his is ami ishouhl ho troauid with of an Innooiiriti man inmtji under They tontrcillert the stctk in thus First Katiunal CwJar FnliH which ivas sniipnnd tlircivifh their failure rfceived at the ani uomil notes of the firm of Fie Ji ild of Iefl In Money Ihe Ifro rights to trial instentl of eertilicatss deposit sources is tbivt of tbe irni of John iJune n Ihc thurnian liuv was passed for the purchase of silver al the market price it wits nssnmctl thai the volume of ttTnsiKtions atiide from those of Ithe fjovcruincnl vronld be hudicient to frx tin price ivithont regard to the buyer otr whether the buyer had So sny abput ihc rnaitcr Thjs is the issiii now between partmtjnt and the silver sellers and upon its fiieeision depcndra the question of whether the department will pur its full quota afc the price fixed by thesniicrs or whether the sellers will that the department shoxild be some voice In fixing the price to be jiaid 2scither side will yieldand H hero ivill be little more stiver tliis month tftjrctary CJavlisle vill be back in llfiswcfk and eveiry effort bi by the silver men to have him reverse ihc policy carried ont bis absince There can be lit tle tluvibt bnt that the position taken fcy thti atftaig director of the miint is a anil that thesilver mast not Lc pnrehased unless offered at what the depiiirtmcsnt coniclers a fiir market prkrc Any other intRrpnstation of the liw put the department entirely it the mercy oE silver dealers and uoiiltij criulile tlum by fanning1 m 1om lo the price of silver up nny figure thuy mijiJit choone This ia the hilxipictntion hey dustrie bo have SncrMary Carlisle put upon tine law but U is hardly probable that ho will i clo so How llie Trensnry to ircn Up Matters with the WASHINGTON July Clear ing1 liTousc piymonts iia Yorlc the gold reserve fall lower than it has hoen for several dfijrs past and ICRK than it vras on Jsatur dav The resorre today nnionnls to currency bahinee Slav this evoninfj jyives publicity In the following in to tlic sjfold payments from the United States smbtreajmry in Xisw Yorlc effort ijs being made by ttuannial ajjenls to discoTcr the mo tive bebind these payments but tllie de piiTf merit is as eSoso mouthed as aclawi The explanation grot HNANCtAILTROUBLES SENATOR ALLISONS VIEWS OF THE SITUATION Ufafclng tn llio Amrrirain Na tional Bank nf Way IViiirliln Fnttvln 011 So far Open Harked Im provement In SStttsillon of Cinrrrnfy Coming Into Nitw Tarli Irrun tiin Conn Ask fur 11 Alli son ol who is in tins city a of Senator loflay that the present linctnctui due liugely to the Jact that there is a belief thivl if w ccwtii to purchase silver tvt mtiKt snnm roach a silver Mtamiard Added t there is the u sponsion of crpditrt and a distrust of the democratic policy on the currency ami UirilY Tine stoppsgi nf 1hc pur chase of silver will aid in rti storinfj1 mad ive tan easiJjr maintain nt par all the silver ivc have Silver bullion iis now far bellow its nor mal price and il will svs soon as the policy it IIM is more elearjy ann3 nil SMJ rrslorpcl to its The original of the to increase tbe circulating mctfitiutt imd did so nnil Xovr liiowevur it has effect of the hoarding and So H ongrht to Tiie Omaha American Natianiil July man of Lastotnr of the Ameri IVJA in Uicttfj nriljiy iiml hnl v long conference with Comptroller liiikels regardingthe if liiirs of the baaik vas vcry anxious tis gain the consent of the comptroller to grant the bank until frep tcmber 1 to go tits affaire into shape to thitt dnte Thctomp troHer however infarmed Mr Wyrnan lie would not consent to iin ex tension beyond August Mr Kekles also Cashier conditions the Vijink oflickiU will be obJiged lo fulfill in order to rain his consent to the reopening of Ameri can In tin thi comptollcr will insist ihiit liit1 now hcM by Cagne bj by hornujfhly ru spousiblc business men This transfer of stack must be anyiiwioniplishcd fact by August 15 tlis itbcond corulition is that fihull put in an assessment of 50per cunt capi tal stok Jhc comptroller will also insist that when thubnnfc rcKiirncs ncss it shall have in its ianits sufficient cash to pay nil its in full Some of the sigTiHicd in writing thoir ivillinizmois to frnint tlm American time to Kettle Sis obligation Tlie liank wiil not be obUjsvd to have cash on band pn tlic opening1 clay to cover wUitli LUSCS Mr Tickbis Hvill jilso an en tiro chaiigc in the Amcri p cash nsccl ill tliejjaynientol baianMs was greater IiDrelorc Thift morn ing one national bank retired kin These will mow be retired uy Inrgc banks iay by day from Clearing in ipaynieiit of fcxjannes The bankh re port he of laige nmonntf o LMirreney fronj the country and tkeablc v iri rediscount and aceominoclalionii by country The nOTtiptrol call for a of the condition of AS VIEWED IN MEXICO ef I Aril 1 national banks lieved rcncv July I will tl is be liirgc amount of air Jii 1 spicjilaliions intention of Ihe gcrs of lo the against Humphrey At torney lIiiiRtings and of Allen wore set at by ti 1 Liinbcrtsjn of this city ivhn late this iilctl wih the ulerk of the supreme coirt raotinn for L re hearing1 Tin motion was fikd uftor the snpisme court had fitfshcd Mork of the extra session aad is noli likely to Le a ypnn for some Mr stnicd chat his I In upon wiiuh tbe cnut will bti tcs i jrntnt n rchcarincr wiil be very und that it not b ready for fil iriff iin til oHicnils ijitciLslid in the loik upon thiii phase of tinimpeach ment prijCtidiiiKs with That ItPitcnl of op Mexico Tuly pov is fixirsninfj a ivaitingr policy 11 ilh rcffnnj lo silver is not dii to decisire nctioia iitg1 its onfljirn riebls until events s it sincer of and inanoe in to mcct Uic for in iinll unit do so if ab aolutely compelled by circism fitinces to yd opt aiiolhox riolcy is not lualicvcl htristimt Ironce trithdraiv llrora lie Latin isinvin nvid Oicrc is isi stron reason lor bcltcv tpg accorilinjir to ad rciifivcrj hcn that the repeal ot the net not bi vinliaut com waich povrer lullr aiditi sustainin hi silver mar BRYAS TO BE LEABEE L M DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS jroons arni fjCi Mr Dahifrrta be in remiovcri OFFICERS FOR THE F CONGRESS fbavrn In hiurj tin Savins to llui ConriHiicm In ltn Mat Tr of JJrnlnl liy Svcwtary of A frlri il Mortna of liar oL Hid Governor of ComnitnUcil rprcsoiiiitv tirdijy August the Fiftythird is iixpeclct1 ov rmd that THE FflEE FOHCES Ilio Fitfry fr perfectly ihiit no rrountiis upon can Vie iv opcned anil clnhn that the court nf having nnishtMi its nml rcndertwi its diuision cionld not atrain invoked exeept 1y a Vole of thu Icffiplatnre in joint tonsciition They denounce ns tur propositijn liiit Hie npriiiiu conn cm into a cniirt ol iui ihc stafe bavins lo Illiio hy the cjesiih of i Ifmtlur vrhild ilw and llm to be disturbed hy ihir of anotbur trial in afiiee nirevtors of Dnnlitnton Man 3net Inly di IlaninUm bunk vinkitin Ijiw of Hi I lit of liiuns Trj in DcTiiofrat M Ifr Milp In tit a AH tiliior Mini A CitHoiis of IVin Of liily 17 A tuu IcmoLTilU tiifnibirs ctf llif of wiiJ bo hei on lo olnct the A liv r the ral cainntiatcs ire their arms jiehry Hart of ijj uho JjtJfJ Ihf ihe Fiftittih who iln ihv HrrldV to iho lil ip n l ho f Texas f Turner of Nvv now holds the nurses arc kopt ami tvo chiklnin Fort Doiige of 3io fataJJy injured iviS this morningThere ore Mr Ilavcys rfoovry Mrs Slcit Jcrhl yesterday was il Fort Jlic nwio bfiof baf ie reritiari is Iompnfty Lof luirv coinc to the of Comrtajiy 5 of jort llodireI loth wilt remain on for the A tour of niral ilislriii with of has ffivcn r prcity of he proicrty loss a Pom The inures nrc itt s port ion of to iuiaclt tile school houses contchts of IT o of nut finly am bit the repn has slron iniatvos o of in n col Ifii in ho s lieutenant in i iu1 liMii sent to sliiri2iin in for his for to Mr IKic rlrrse Iii 1 0 f trn feiatcs Ttirntr stood Ihc Ci yarns rro to ccoi Mr i i rectors nt state blink kins Klliolt hnvtj iiml and pr ijl Xorys one uf tiie wbo is ajsi itidictc I is siclc at but will appirar in trourt ih soon as he Tudye fixed bail it on count really makes hi bail 1he sire in form The charges thatt tlic liirctors i tii from K i1 Mny knowing ttiu ljnnVi to litsj ItififVtitKsniP fire j on like chatfrys by The fiir Uie o Tense from one to MMI yins in prison or a i fine of nov than aroumt th or doubt i free hrosv tvcn ihiMills of iht licitmrinie jii ly inlc Mr Ksvrii is siitrl niu L i Icis rcpninr and in irliicJi Conjjrcsstntm lihm i is rio tiient H is an OJUD that Mr iiIlisind is nnpnpuliir oven with IJH jjvlto ilncti iol even tiilil niiLiKK i t piij tire inri service in lnIujnse i sunitlrl tanfrfot Mni lii thiit Mr llrran ic ol vertJvi1 to Iiim in aVI thesenaUcvs not prove to Mr jicive of TCJL in the lasH silver light iff to be in next ion in can was rinoiininnUfti nncl ary and i J of i arc Niw to l it is red lPfl lijMorton July 17 s boih Miv iiun ii ihc iisicrvicv K Dunn of iui lid lit fatal 35 i nvsfspe uJio iviis what Mr lirvnn i he erit Iriti Tcnntr I every man j hicUu vrtthou a cx i Mr ivlio iilcd ol rcnfii j lion Jn Mr Klaini ic thai h 1n be1 ohiiirinan of coii and s on It is ib tTiat t have ion for h ri in i iiil in bureau to ivhirii In liT than he docs untriv Ui hi nut A rut v boilBMS IB Ml HUT lend col a iitpaettt tiptl olUM Ol Its J FINE PBOOTOB COUNTYB IT Ifi stated by a prominent Texas ucnvmiLii that the number of on Ihc has greatly of latR the govcrnnuint report 1o Iho contrary lnH the niimbcr of farrocrs has also incroasnd on the lands formerly used as cattle ranges in the Southwest ami they all raisn KO that ihc niiirabor in if pieUy apt fco he as the government figures it after all W THE MOET MANJHIEA ASTOB has inLo hitherto unexplored regions of Africa and made some im portani discoveries JL is soraething iinomaloufi in this Columbian year the infanit continent of America should he thoroughly explored white thfold continent of Africa which hid flourishins civilisation in its Nile valley iu Mie timeof Abraham has regions still thai have never been pnnelntLcd by civilised man fiaid a Icvjf iojlcs advaincitd of lie was i50 years old and the hiibit of traveling1 over country t nipping jyopliers for f rs The pause of hid dtath is Tne coroner holding1 an Certifi cates of ilcpobit for found cm his botly and it is not thought he was murdered Doccaeed was iwidowet with three children A JEW mornings since a fcV i lookinp liuind scanty dressed lady Ihrongh the Iowa pavillio at the Worlds Fair She stopped 1 front Ol AMal i n 1 oloM tmvam tj ent of Wv tifcvo h IfflJHIf SASH AKD BLINDS BLUH ASII CEKJLIIT of at MI Street oinpUy ADAMS CO FREE PRESS TMB Southwestern Iowa STBAMPEIITOFFKIE Tin fartrior of all men should aki pains to cnoourstgo hii3 lioys if lie wishes them to adopt tin busi nosa of favmiBg they jfraw toman lioodHe batter than one eriffagud in other business can do this What is tho loss if a small piece of land rented to the boy not produce ciiiito so much as if tho belter divided skill of tho fiithor Viero ueetl to dl rnut its Whiil is lost in money is more tiiivn made up by the value of I bo cxporicTicc grained Let there be competition between an ncic worked by father and mother woikcd the tion and the bay who an excel his father in growing a will in BO doing yccpiirc more love of arming than he can got in other wiiy 1wo youns have sol out from New York of ins to San lvancisco If iit in glory limy want thoy have taken tho wronff Scvcnaf people liitMC already tramped the route mud thci ecroll fume is scanned viiinly for She stopped 1 front Lliie nnvcau and emarkud il nm New answered the bureau a jfVat many are also a few from Weil I was going to Eity I am Sfiije Afjohusband ift fina oi the Iowa Central Mver bad any confidence in aor in Iowa now I iave changed my mind This is HOME time ago a barber inson paying1 15 to Laura Cliltoul at asi so that ev in cluding Miss Clifford snpjpo1 he was riLially in earnest how evBf grew less warm Ad Snallj ceased altogether atiilneire to anotbcr fair charmer Tbis hap pened about three weeks Aivuelt or ten days since and his second iniamorita an cntcr lainroent at the opera end as they ciino out of the diujf who liad been in wait lor them threw a juantits oil llobinson and then strikitt a match Mterapled to set Gre io V H clothing 8he failEd however and the was hnsibed up Things Vent allnng hrnoothly until a few siiaec while Bobinson his new out Miss Clif suddenly appeared drawing a large knife from the folcta f her dress made srjveral attempts to tab Eobm firoldi bcmfoi arc greatly in weed of small Dills for current busincsis trnnsi actians am for use in the districts The theory is adTantecl that it they cannot get ivhai they need of tliis sort of currency correncjr by aoy othjr means will have to make terms the triasurr would invfilvqi their exchanging gold or gold polrl certificates in iarjyc qunnttites for of small denomi nation 15 lit said that the department can aflorfl to pay out gold on the drafts presented by the banks if by so doing H can cutoff t lie son feethrough the bunks would get their smiill notes and put them lo sufficient inconvrni criue to brinjj them lo terms The banks undcrsitnnd that if want sranli notes and certificates they can secnre them by taking1 large qoanfciitics and payinjf tir them in ffoUl and it is the llitory of tte tlepartmBnt that by pin limp them pretty close can ai to in is very probable that tint iisiiue oi jjolci ccrlifiiMtcswill not be resumed if the gnlrl irMcrre yets abcivc M it is not clear that the Jaw is mandatory in rcijtiirinjT 3 ttnenal of iliis Issae after M has been stopped by reason of the reseive falling below ml of mind lie claims l Im il new Eiititiition will be more satisfactory a majority of lo i i T Inn letter to Carlisle Testing mcthoils to the present JUs oi financial tion has bein with hy treasury Jn they ror fiadinff and the nationaV in clndjinff ixiriU cer ami treasury notes y ycrsr 1 jicr cent bonds which be sold n nntxmiil brinks at par to be used by them ss n basis for tljeir sues Ilje ofliisnlp diraur at ths suj Ihc of the rind Jojk upon jr Itoivinic Iron coinnffc as the parity tivccn and silver is main impracticable Mhty lw licvf howivtr that it woultil lie bet o iSMi lKtJd Jn equal Darts fur fifty HiventySvp and one hundred year total unount o thidelit as reason to believe that scvetiiyfivc yrat bonds nu the years t per cent They irapparcmiy unaninioiis in tlcclsir tJuil national uiit rctisncil anci Lhoy believe thit stiLli nil isuc of boodts wotilti afford the sulisfict on atnl safety as r mearjE retaininff itTheir ob the abolition of sub sterns lobe based purely on trrKilirij The ca has been tried nnd in opinion hais no jimy be more to rc eani th silver fnvrr couo they anv mifin5 rvlnTihy t ic rarity betwtien metals isiIpLl nsly waintiiiccrL Tomain by aiiJ net hi is ho jinrity bp two The present dollar for ntire is on n rnlio nj Ji la A vfcpss ajro OrMissour his intention o the lat AK Idaho man haw to death for arson People pione toi set incendiary foi1 the pmpasti of collecting insurjinco oii tho fuinij tiive if operating in be simply prudent in having their tifcj policies also in jjood son Bie canglit her arm a her and iar a fievcre M Jet her go Tho Eiffair h 1 sensation disarmed SIUHt Tlt Onarantijeci fnlj 3 Si Secretary Morton said tolny I haire issued n decree that hcrcattcrtilE seeds jinrchafl by the dcpnrtmfint for the ne oi ifaiiiKrs must be jpnargintced gcrmin ind be found tmc to their nnme Romany mistakes tiecrn made in thfs regard that the iirtJcp ivas ahso llnicljf aectispary It is very provoking toll and sweat tuminr tiie furroiv with a stubborn anil Lhen after plantiogsome seeds in Rftidi fnrrow to have them fnil to jrrow and there re main from tiie siphtoi msm but ib is Btill cntnre apt it make n inan swrar large dark blue profanity 1o find gEoninfrin tho place what was snppascd to be seed of Uic hjirnifess necessary cow pumpkin nisitber docs the gootUwite like to have red jnint maaplfi wvirxcl bcdjp tivinins Tonad the floor when she Jntendcd thaf iijj the place shoukl grow a jessamine i is to closed on tSundays Jitter July Hi The ndrnissioiis of nest Sunday I hnvc already been donated for the re lief of the f a cil finimcn ho lost tlieir livis in trm recent tire on the yrounds and but for this liic fair would protEtbiy been closed next Sunday The vote of the local direc rescinding its former action was in fuvor ol closing il standing 4 When the meeting oL directors was called late afteriiooo an ml by ihe leading1 Lhicnj elergymen read The the address was the sig nai for series of all of tlicm in favor of closing fair Vice Ieclc vrho in the auscncn ol President then rirail the following iviiich was untie fidcptwi the direjtors ad journed apparently pleaded wilk themselves sicti their work The board of directors at a regular held May HI adopted cuTtain provitiinfr for the tipcning of the exposition on Sunday in responds to crrtain urgent nsprtssentinjf it larsre of tbe puDlie as weil tfoia MoirhJioltiers of ttie corporation antil also in accordance with a resolution adopted bthe ciliy oouncil of hc city of rcpre sentttg the tlnancial iiii of said city In said expositiDU to the amount of will start after luirn Senator Cappias ait once Will J1 July 1 Morton IV Shimon ciiiof of of animal iiicliilry and Solkiior dcri1 ernl the Ipparlrnein qf Justice n jtt the of op thcsabjcitt hc meat inspeclion hci ricc or not thti ruv rj qnirod in to contirnie Lhi iniiit service wlicsci h it was The not mado Some afro Mortvn i asking for an opinitin from General on suJijccL in VLjcli fie Klaiett htt if had the under the Irnv lo Untic he proprBud in fo in many whirre found it be nn ami uaeiess silror hecps the ladly K1 silver j a tot 1lntt iin interview ini from my experience former the people vrht enlorlaiij lhat conjrrussivitl aFscmiblt ami repeal i pirt or tbe whole the Sherman theu ad jour a arc like ly to find thfm Mlvcs mistaken Thtre ar throe contested seats in the and ihe lillinfr ff i ivm may possi b 1 y whether the son ic nili linve t of IS wnctlier by the if lcin of l SHSATOR the FO n a tors governors of KKWS N licioney system vrhieh citeajle a great plcmettt ot as r tno benefit creditora AN American riding through China on n bicycle was ligent to be tho ievil a unfair cntimaLo An American on ii good wheel and level rouds whocould not the devilwould ibaunivorLliiy of membership in a fhstplass club i IT is announcod sesniofflcialvy from the high jointers who tiiivei been ib sesgjon in Paris that ihoseals will lie protected Many toiinkis Alter fclile horse ia stolen tiie Us always that big bratts lock is puton the biun ii i THE lords intend knock homo rule mdasuro outffpf ific nnd the good people Jnlji mute wjilingness oilafcei to knoutt tlte lordt out jjllowever besideii smaller clEiims How eollec tions was thii Mns GEOHGR if Burliitg thie inBUinuc hat TIIK suggestion thu ciitiwcrs patrol the BOHJjiwith a vhjiw to turmtig1 back trail loaded with iimicslrabb iiiriraigraijti a tut her severe j but tUe in thia aorfc oi jjcopla fimst ho vented A3 A matter of deip cat to tftiirant uraitors we ipu liuhl the j iu coil nounctiment that thii n imocr log e graduates fliiB ii nigh lionie first i URBSIH iin sHir tins iinantrial woriil has clccfidcd that he in powerlnss io prevent cattle throtigh Oklahbrna from Strip j President Cltivelnnds that the out iihout his ill ton died so suddenly tt post morr nests have been greatly tern examination was if i is consEtleriible in discovpiied tliufc tlac although south Carplina ovw perfectly lied 1 thy had burst asunder by sonic emolion It is considered tbe only case ol breaking of henrj on ruPord ATTBJIPTH to ieirJs the niurdifircr at Creslon have altlJBonsh hie nearest endeavored to ehcitlinlormatioa froifl in regard vox i BDd 1 witlj the i it is reported that SchoReld has xmdcr consLdctrjition thejlniakintr ol raflical cliaugcs in Aivi and every effort is it ilcclared1 unconstitu i It his ibaen isnjjsrcijted President might establisha tie w politi preeffdcnfc Ijy appoiia tragj cxPifisi flent Hainsoa ta jthc ifaeiancy on th bench nausicd liy ijihe death ol The attcnctancei at ftiirlis incrcav occurs he wiill enter BROATJliTONlif Tins action oil the board hiis huen sustained by the Lnited SlaUS Circuit court of and i he rigit and power oi the Uoard of to Lontrul tbie admiaistration of the expoilUUm mil IH wt11 us on any liny of tliu week iiaa been upheld by the Una decree of said court antt It noivr nppetri by the vict ual admiwriions thnt ttic general public decs not oy its uttendance manifest a desire that espooition should be kept open every day is the it further if the expubition is kept open on tiunday U will the of racire lhaa liiboriiig ntttifi and women the employes of the exposition and otliers nud while the expoistiion authorities can give ita own employtis one day ol rest ot each week it seeais inipractiiablwfor the exhibiitors and Athens to provide such a rlaif of rest their own uleJks and employes Whereas it imrlher appears thnt she number laboring anesi aod will be ncccftSKirtly re quired to keep the expisiition on j Sundays is to the mi t ber oi visitors on said days andr tlicre fore thi inliffestjsof thii public sire not promoted hy keeping the exposition on each and day uf the week IMS it liesolfed all the sad resolu tions aiOopited toy this on lij andthc aineittdirMJiits to the rule relative tlnsrcto adopted on sairl save ami except the priit of admisrsiiori he same ire htiruhy rcsKlnwicd thone to take cutset afbor the llith inst jj Auditbjf ol the VVorldijIuSr the statcsajcnt of the exppijition to the toard of today jj statement covers the cn Ucc period of tihic tip til c 30th pcnrcd a later when the publihhcl annonncemeiit thnt he has the inspection of and nt the nf thi Itycking company of Jljjf Thiji tiikoti npsm report of an jiispci tor that ijhe nniil is to tiiu orlorcipn The order the suspension tho JSnffalo inspeiilJun will bi followed soon i similar order mspcridms1 inspect km tt and it Ncbrahkn ijty Neb any h JUDGE IS Will Jlinlnh like Ormnc racy JLcivvlnj Him tlu MKW July Many poli ticians here n serious dbaJjec tion among1 of thi Irjsh in the l ccnuscof thr of party is urtof Gannon lias been on the rnoe Mr Jamnoa that Tilr Dickinson took tlup to to be they arc frei coia ape vill In jtrnngcr thar nuvr by one I helicre ilhe anpnint of these senators liy are unconftiiiuonal und they are not entitled to seals ft wjJJ lake ronsJdorable timeto tion TUun it must bu veracmbescd thenis no previous cjuustion in the Sfnstu 3O nay senator can io as oJtLCi ami ns Jong ia tirpusfil to pqal will nndoiihteiflly avail tlim fceUiEiof their rijrht of nnliiniteJ de bateio its rtpnb lican party mtst not be hiiJ bc for now I need scarcely that linvc tio confidence in thB wistom rr y if the dom ocratiu pnrty either enact or oue wisii DB MCLYNN MAY Bi A BISHOP Icr niH Ttiiitiul to Htm to yiset YOHH Mctllynn in not tn topics which o Jits e tion The priest 1 Tiest month VsoTitTs Jair and duringthe worlds of religion he rviU dtiivcT mi address on tbe Cfitbolic churchs attitnda ecoaemic IVorh tif thr KxaTnlnal Idn of ttio of Irra 1y IT T cxiiEiiinaiicn of tlic erit ion anioanl re in rcccuvi involve ion itf of thi linl Ian o lilsrhrirg1 h ir io iiiicml frcii Inm ilrs country in this of ami riii of her Iniiiim silvr country content inntlnc rradf within its honi cr it V Hffcrent so jorijj as i o ilo n thpnnr knts nf Th2 woriri il its ifl of the in niy ir th COM tinned Jrouffht JKIS rown Tibat n conrctitioti has o cnlUn lo Tricot a IeO Tnly 2 lo fitfvisc and DKans o prevent te of tlK i oinly in many cyuwties no crop of any har vcftea s siarisiif tht liio The object of thr e is to dcrihc a plan bv may provided siil for anobrr irop JVirarc craps niono arc cxprcted in ihiriaCority of counties uTist vnll le Catllc on riufrs arc bcinff jhippni mil of country to proven frcsn i r r iivt ul cspt i A found io pj bin o and rcjcl rncnt nf iic i cvjiiiis lion riivision Tiuic JIM u faciu merit Vh sMs merit nd n f tmnibiT l i snvinp tn the fiovcrii ttnveiiiiioiitii JIT b of Ill tlic niout lha and i portiiiiinpr o ivnrk vision jtanoanicd tn not to the ovoniinen fl To tnis amoiint miy r inl i of priuia itiur init of tlic H leavinjr a tof ic idifci ivitli and M ol the old andprominent farmers diLr iniraa struck byjlight inili iostanfcly IcUfecL He was nt A itithe smwkc wnpn the bRdlj work bolt bn rn smwkc hoir body ElOllB j 1 fjPoangr Alfred taken to ii v scva plained to hVJji what he theysay saidt he jlna to iidistmj had ixCOfTiiituKi liroiu the pifty oped that a 1 John 1 cnn ffrciiler Thi tioctrlno I Juivs laiifht been exmnineri ior and four othir tind found thciiiwif notfiinj coiiiirary to tho teachijipr of All of raj special llic imJ in by vl tilt CUMf Or Trin TTl KA Tilly of Knnsas lii fcKmUtion has jus rctirt sa iiircMijration of ihc rejrorls have Croj ounty lie tayf thi M Itfio lie cpiiirmio luisnot vet tliic herds it in tirriicry cattle hac die the re sen tion JkIcibciTis tine nJes nij IK rfciiy ij ii will be wit Ii the rtiftici fironi coiitamHiatinrr Kansas l fotost liad rvw two othci were but t inns I Ijiftn a religions s Ilm Tliii appointment of Forleinf 5scc as lo S and it had not be of the ated nit the plil e cftief of thi ibir tickcti anci other the ectiool antUi jsi sipme of reforn S ceivcd The sales since Jjuljr L haip been over 5 a IliiriifC ncduction rpade sijt the tiollal jatel vhatisubilucd penditJinrcii to to May 3 TC The total m that Ganhbv would not t ir wharb grcivv Cronso Irc Chiran i it shows tlici former rn iilltrved to eav olf to apj thus purthiliy ni aposoUc tit chnrch LliVlast few limJy SKT put into Virit s The possibility imay elovsitc Pr Me iij i new phnse li trotiUle iu n utviuiK virhieh the tjtltc toxvard r of M Stephens iilyu i has BOL been isji pribticly tjnce his k nf m AIitiim1 July IT Hcnr Admi ral Ivirl Eiijlili retired at his TCMnence in yostenluy jifjfd fit yojtrs He ivis appointed tu JSJt uni was Ieiireil in Ho ris it cuptMrcuf Mexico in 1S7 iniii rcninuieil ihcre timil tiie close o He wsis inatlc Heu in 3SU2 sprvod cni in The Mcx icn unt tin of North Oivolinn at ncriods the ttill for InPKMiG July here that the S syndicate the opeialons iii the world has failed with mi oC liabilities While it iis po trf fro the story at this ing il is said there will be rnenti that ivjll unusts senrcrtioa Diroughout the ore rcgIonn o this n loa Buttrr ccuniry Kthca 11 jcwirintf his uither up come f assen of Mr McCJvnn in order 11 maiu tbe Uurliingtoii MMkaitt the dignity if 1 TlBcrc is a teudsibcy too UMionnect the of b BhoprjciritU eTorts JiHeiy madtt by opponeMti of Corrigaa tniliavc the rchilioccise Vork portion set Ifawfc feliftf ielefrraplijed teneriJ J yle w a Postawginr SbaMiafitOrfdy thnt s lie that the tlwrejroj fTfitarsiota i mkst coioment was lh arjjr waiikee iliinnd prei North been emdewTors iaaujmratc Vorlds escurvymsnexi Monilay w ith SB irainloaicla yut tnvt be A He inadu rear in 1iSl it I ivliirh lima tho position of j ehioiof iiie of ofjiupmcnt and ivcniitirijj lio for six years iiiiu toiili of the Kiiropcan Motion Admiral awidow j two ma price tlm Governor OITICAGO JtiJi the ins VC and labor yctjierday Vice IDintroy read rcjMrt of comniittu ot siy the jjov hraviJy tnol the demands jus Lkc and tlait the namu will go flown to as n ocaimat of cihair vf a nislicd a Lincoln to free the African ftiuc Tint report appliiuds AHjeWs 7eiteTiitton rtghtu cf the to TJeacolilly assemble for Of the Theruli Uu mtfojorv tiis noble act bu bu bu box f n 2 NKW YORK Tl J CHICAGO So i Per Mlt 51 raUt was rcgaacjcd liy entirely top high It is railway the carry fifty Omahnon first da xh t thir 5s to Afcj at H CaEapbell and E were jary at DiTiitTTTi i H frou rieuiaja are still and hart narbcfj traio No dc tjnincy iat tempted to O Chippiswia In ffi o 1 imr trmndpJwgtiT nly l nmrked i TfflliT Doiwr Jwly Jw ono the It w reported ftwndtj wlil M to tell iQttcfa Iu bMU iwiBdlcd oat hnte Wia IHJ ralwwl uaucl   

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