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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - February 8, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                AlUrkl VOLUME XVIII CORNING ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THtJRSDAY FEBRUARY NUMBER 4 WE ANNOUNCE For Next Week February izth to Ijth inclusive Our Third Annual FEBRUARY LINEN SALE Thia has become m annual event of great importance to Be re rich or be ye poor we are talking to YOU now Wehuvojusi what you want in linens whether it is tlie tiniet bleached damask or a fast color red or liiiif whether it is line hemstitched or fringed lowcla m 10 or SOc apiece or humbler looking towels inailr for erviec ut r or lOo whether it is crash at or crush at UAVE THEM ALL all widths all colors all qualities but nil new pattern in short the largiBt line of linene ever diaplayccl in thingsijllei from i balf dozen uf the best lines in the country The prices quoted below tpea1jc Ives leave the rest to vou Bleached Damasks 7Mrich hravy worth SI jO A r prico Ip 1 i j 31 tli n tier nnpk ins to match bldtictiitl daiiutsk sale price SllO Unbleached Linens heavy all linen cretin himask wortb Lle price per ynnJ 00 04inch PHI in cream ilnmik ii pure un n Ol GOincb licnvy weight all pure lin i creuni dnninsk worth CQe ide price GVincli union cream lamask sate price JT 3I dinner to match prr diZn TiMiiuh daumk a beautiful thing worih SlOO yard 34 liinncr iiiipkitis to iiiatch 8325 GOmcii blcichpd soW riudlly nt 75c this ale 60inch blenched danmsk noontiling new Some SpecialSnaps in Bleached Napkins 22inch alin finished pcnlczca Oineli heavy linrii per dO7n 2iicb dinner pr dozen Clinch all purinn per dozen 17incn Union this jale per dozen Kincli cotton napkins per dozen union per yard 51inch tmion new pattern tins sale per yard all pure linen diepittern this gale per yard 35 Si 00 Red Damasks 55inch made per yard rSincb red checks wortb fOc this sale SSincli Red Crest Mills make nd damask worth 35c this pale per yard 5inoh fancier1 per yard 5vinch rd check tliis sale per yard 40 221 All Bleached Crashes except cotton i cent per yard off Umm Towels Galore ISxSfiincti cot on towels eachvO 2Jx45incii honeycomb batli totvelfl11 20x401 neh liciivy A Turkish towelg each 20x50 heavy Turktitb towelsworib 15u 12 Turkifli tow IR Rulin finish two i 11 ivcdge idti nil linen buck towel bale apiece 05 17x33iiiclt UeuiaKri 1uun buck lowel tncii 17x32 iiicu damuik tiemaiiEclied towttls special 25 2343 all linen French buck towels each 25 23x40 iil hnun limufck colored borders knotted fringe worth 35c safe each 25 ALSO BETTER TOWELS i Crashes Crashes 125yards 15inch brown couon crash worth 3c this sule per 100 yards 15inch bleached cotton enisb per yard 120 yards ISihcb union worth Sc this sale per yard 15inch pure unbleached crash per yard 0 ynrds Sierens 21incli brown and 38inch absorbent at per yard 08 05 06 08 10 Bleached Mill Ends An ixtra good thing in bitched in 2 and 3yurd C3o ynrd 61 inches wide Bale price per yard Bleached cotton dumnfck 5S inches wide gkj j per Qinch Doilies bis j ladles und gentlemens with vorth ic I All Stamped Linens j All Linen Handkerchiefs i 3o 2S jor con1t off I worth 25c this sale tact BOc FISHERS TWO BEREiV D WOMEN MEET Mrs Locnu noli Hr ton Overcome by Kniutlotih Fnlnt CHICAGO Feb funeral train bearing tbe bodies of Major Gen eral Henry Lawton Major John A Logaii and Major E L Armstrong ar rived at the Chirago Northwestern depot at 9 oclock tonight fourteen hours ahead of tiruc Awaiting the train were Mrs John A Logan Major Logans mother Clutrles E Wilson of Governor Mount of In diana representing the state in receiv ing General Lawton body and sev eral local committees When the train stopped Mrs Logan followed by the escort of sixteen men from the Seventeenth Illinois infantry was one of the rst to mount the steps of the sleeping car in which was the widow of General Lawton with Major Sbafrcr and his staff Mrs Lawton vas comforting her son Maney wnen Mrs Logan appeared There was a moment of si lanca and Then the two bereaved wcneu overcome by emo tion embraced and mingled their tears Mrs logan said My dear ihild niy woe is yours we hare given that which we loved best to our God is the judge and before we inust bow and say Thy will le done Mrs Lovoa was unable to speak She was viucruly sha by her grief and as the two women together their emotions proved too strong and they fainted Captain King and his orderly resuscitated them lie the HM i M i Louu e and j several iovnnors eninent i Jurists soitr Arthur rnd I tus Senator elect Joseph Black burn S J Shackelfora clerk of tlie court of peals and Warden Iilnrd i visited tin emotery today rn i s some in looking over tlie ouml with a v to selecting a suitMix spot for the last resting ribe of Cor bel Though no definite s REORGANIZING Mull T NEW YORK Feb 5U is that n the reoni2 Ihe Unii paay tips I be publiiv reached a spot In immense shaft ere Kentuckys dead n highest ir thf was favored ami will be selected in lity of iho honor of ferred capltu1 the y CROSS Buller r Attfiii 1 1 I LOXIJOX rtli York Durban date declare the crossed the at forik of Trichards driu laic Friilay night and also report that the owner oi SpinvKop farm is a roiugec now attini as guide to Bullcr Durban advices declare there is no doubt that Bulirrs forre has crossed but Know not the exact location and sajthat no reports be allowed to be sent tr louthm until Ladysinith Is Suics Flour 11 perfected announced Ther i on both comcaou and pr to provide the wurkai was depleted e of additional mills It also proposed to retire the ouistaiui ing first mortgage 6 per cen gold bonds and replace with an otbe issue Interests identified wit the Great Northern railroad it is sa will subscribe to the new bunds alternate proposition of sellin the recently acquired mills the repor ot Which led to the statement that th compatiy was disintegrating has beer abandoned provident George trhan Jr of Buffalo is expected to retire antf Vice Pros ue nl Jacob Atnes will be with the jorporation In an other ivpacitv MIILIONS 00 If IN SMOKE FORCING ISSUE IN KENTUCKY Repuhllrun ICCLM ilocx Wilt Got Content lull FRANKFORT Ky Fell man John Barrett of the republican joint iaucus has issued a call for a seiiuii 0 the at the court in London Monday at 4 p m Tliis i taken to iruiirae that there wii b an attempt lo oiganize tb leglslatiiri and to elect a new set of officers T make a quorum iE wil be fo the tnaps to arrest and bring to Lon Bt Some of 1U i bj jii ST LOUIS Mo Feb Property of the estimated vaiue of Jl500000 to 1 2000000 was burned today the greater part of four Mocks of build ings and tholr contents between Third l and Franklin street In the heart tielnj destroyed nine ether o mat that neither proprle were at who liublllty to givo Thers were six eanocu which were heavy TIM bMlaBce ol tlie Ions is dt iropcrtjono among a fM TW ftlNrfMI Of COfBEl AtS lirniLtur lilaikburn unU OUT Ky Feb has been decidixi that the re Qoveruor Villlaiu Ooebel will In Frankfort cemetery UCK river whero ST JOHNS N F Feb refer ence tlie desire of th niish gov the XLvfnnndhuui legislature will in sporial during Febrrrry to rpncw tlu French modus Vivendi respecting 11 treaty shore The session will occupy one dot 10sn cf thf democrats for thZ purpose A leader of the party said We will elect ali thelesisiative ofH ers elect Governor Bradiiy io th United States senate thereby getting n contest in the tcnate ftili a from competent authority day ns the country is in ir t n rned ular session c Hie eral business vill li the middle of April Mllfckln Mill On LONDON Feb war office has received the following from Lord Rob arts dated Capetown yvbrcary 4 MRfelting weV on January 17 Ileport on llurclier Feb dispatch from Ladysuith undated via Spearnmns Trencnec eitendcd toward enemys big camo February 2 says Native de gon battery causins it to be vacated report the Free State comet Enemy now pushing back on The British artillery fighting lani BOuthern and western aides well out o Waterburg GrobelaJr of Erem rifle fire Otherwise no change In Opperman of Prebarla Daniel Eraemus or Magllersburg and one Free State comet The British ar AII the School cioo tJllery broke seven Boer gung The FRANKFORT Ky Feb Boer casualties wef9 apiprozimatsly of education deckled today that thlu6O Information Is not In view of the law crowds that will confirmed officially be present in the city during the com Ing week during the fuaeral ceremon of Governor Goebel all the schxls thall be closed It is the desire of board to keep children off the streets In view of the possible rouble which mught iem result in injur to some ot Many of our newspapers continue to talk about the National City bank Sec that robbery This Is very strange retary Ciage has fully there wasnt anything but a conveni ence The bank didnt need a jim my to break into the United SUtes treasury Nothing on earth can take the bit terness out ot life aad breiik the spell ot loneliness like a babv of for HAViNA Feb finance com recently appointed by General Lndloi has adopted a report made by Otgood Smith and Senor Hodarz on the reforms they deem niicessary In the system of bookkeeping iind of mun icipal Jidmlnlstratlon of its financial idiie These gentlemen hare been to thn United States to studj American trethcdn of conducting municipal Suince i mjn who wielca nv TiO the Ccnferec3 at Lonivile Reach su Agreement i use The govern Ciyii War in Ktntuckj Is a Least Post nosed for the Present Dont Buy From Montgomery Ward Co TAYLOR TO SEND TROOPS HOME ance of 1 oor ani a m e I THE STfNOOIHPHf t FREE nf 13 nill nil fv i Onlrr CunvmlPK lhfl at Lon don td Ut RvsDme Scb JiJuiii at Brlirvecl Lndcr tttudlnc rrlvcd At Kcnult ID LOUISVILLE Feb i the agree ment diawn up tonight at the confer eace of cratitadminiKtratioad iiii house in this dty iitiHOtt ur ried out the strife vut Ken tucky from end tu emi IDuf lust lew weeks Ije ended The agreement was leuLie shortly after midnight and made to hiii draw up and signed This wad slov hnv ever and it was after cirlock the conferees separaied The demo ciats gained nearly point they for aud the rcp Lieuter1 Governor John Marshall Generi Lindscy ynd Attorney gave rsi surancea that tht would be accepted by Governor tomor row Thi agreement proviiLs ihat in order to leave no to the title of William Cocbel Beckham to the o lieutenant goveraor jvr i lo ia J ivamr the i iT Ainil ilite as W1 iii work long i him iiill the amount1 oR rf the is My friend the TrimU futil GMbflf Funcml Not Bucaiiio ScrvrJ of hot lor Iiiritlac MnllnJ ProrillcD tor When You EJuy Cheaper at Home save freight tiind have the satisfaction of seeing the yul i eoiiiiry and rom In f uriks are irimoU suions never imvj long run wits the a sure tu win you buv Compare our prices with the retail mail order houses of Chicaoo and if we aro not lower in dont buy Prices iiuivr orsriy advanced on all com causes modities but as we have contracted for most of our before the julvanoe in iniiiJI iuation price we will rive our the benefit of our earlv ic has I should iottf to the front that the pvnicii bfcoicc as tlreiunirii a during rours Govrr iaylu the hai cr for The Leader Higheat Pateot Flour second to none HAVK FftOSFECTS MORE luiliiiiliuni Tujlnr Will Not laEerfcra With FRANKFORT Ky Feb though EO positive tatement has as yet beeu made by Gsivvror Taylor id Of h ac e sworn out in irnor Tayldr removed tile The f introops rrrjunds are x iGrJinulated sugar 18 Ibe German or Iyon col fee per package Our Royal blend African Java and Santoa imreii nothing will equal it Japan extra fancy A choice grail t Japun Tea Ooc 100 and excellent values our s jc ras bought in September rt advance took erTec1 cam thtre itll you for what itiier ISc are paving uow wliulesa antl niake a fair J C j frnor and rivcly the j j genera assembly s a ifolu I tion in joint ialing tbe j i acts on that subject in iio legiIat tire has been prevented by roops from j holding its regular sfisic I fort Aa soon as thelngii this Bevkhama title th eovernor is nor to nue1 The democrats Governor Taylor mi ti trom prosettitior tion of offict or what has been dnn ncn Of Coebel Thcxi ay tn held in until nexL The repuliliian ito be Tvithdrivn rom London irnnlHIy and na or of this rharactcr is lo p r i by the epublicans lo obst Carrying out of this agrejnei I legislature The democrats suggested view of thf great irowds expected in Frankfort during the funeral ceremonies the soldiers snouid 10 withdrawn Tbe repuliliians asked that an rIrjtiarf njird Itft to pro session ot the i will be held in tl this ITV and in t TiLondon cncil Ibciepu hav til Fni itire floes office of ncd nity to sociates iisurTia uiirt for npc exteni virv Miti upon to today tha ru shouM ther ivoi he writ o jr corpus iit wftethsr A laacy L T 45c aiis YOUIIJ Hyson An extrai fancj garden grown Gun Power a i50c tea at Baking Pnder 1 Ib can on the part i Rice a firjtclaas article per II the attcraj JOc c that as decjaed hit ro by for the A lr per lix of the 11 per Ib i Lje ptr can Diamond C soap 10 bars or Uhite Russian 10 bars tect Gov lates It wa BaDti I n ur and his hov sied time to i iimrd tudc 1 once the virtulrawat of ironp Frankfort It Agreed that board olfction as a contest board sbsuM be to meet at Frankfort tion the democrats iuit no summary action be taken on lh e con and that nothing be done without i the hearing of evidence and argument The republicans asked ill some provision for a repeal or moii ation oi the GlMi law be imimliHl in the agreement The democrats d that to two leading and two leading democrats should hleft the matter of changes it the GIIPIXI ivv The acceptance of this by the principals is the only elemei uf uncertainty now remmiing in rlr uation Naturally there was no uljjc tion from the demoeats and thiii tude of Governor Taylor will i be known tomorrow How accurately tbe republican hid l C 1 neiiy legislature building In nrobability today they m will be aband ian members who gone there will came back as fast iv trains can bring them Word enl in them this morning hat It t he vrIl fthera to return to at na to atend the ses jf the Uovernor Tay il if is 1 gire the deni i in ui iniorrii vay to under thai vii bii allowed to liuilding as soon as to sn nd that no attemp i made o nrevcsc them from a a the legialature Collier would to vtiT or ri the legislature 1 prritH to meet but called lit u ibc fii t that sirre i ha1 bii til for L t He allovvid U to ftemoirats will attend they wouM not be are by tbe il anipl of th state ace no 1 v io du vJri tbo made in tliis direttion i tj ihe Taylor until re hus u the opporlcniv tj go miiiar I iim that ihe their own a corj Vihai riii ret and that when it has len mail ihvir the democrats will not has not definitely i cusiucrins thi Qovernor Taylor ii forma ofieial It is Sikeiy thrt matter if us ide O the present sides be allowed to ill hi politics He funeral of Governor Cot rrnce today with W The later e on t subjeei and htd leraaintd in custody for a sufEi 11 wiih his cs2l adclent length of time and tod him to go m anrncr Bradley and home charge o Inching mutiny will hre to at hits not been quashed but uf the contest board may nol be brought before a couit matter will he gone martial as was at one rime oatem b rhe of tltf stat we have a full assortment both fine MENS WEAR Plow ioes leather oouliter iiitulrs Ciool call chct eatiier present vart iri1 ienie r aetnally Toilet soap per box vjs nn th Inlperjal corn starch per had mate fur is rcic afivre habeas larnj glwbfs CaJifornin Prunes per In ja per lh c miuif in c wriltii Jul 25c wearing 55cCieniiiue Vici kill a i5c hand seivel ic a shoe vorJi 4e A Bargain in Clocks have nn Kijht day clock solij uak 6Lch dial full M iacli hcJLlitl case entire thoroughly finished ftrictly high eraile in every repet r S2IS A line parli ciook Eight linr cathedral sunK iieft American niovement ciiameleii heavy jije5 an3 heisrhih 1 inchwiilih 14inch ami ii2ranlecil a reiiiilsr J k cir jiric I Sewing Machines er i ixx i latest ri ihc greatest im inaiiy t Cottage Mvuiiiii hj iiirur nschine wirratitei il th e corpus la fi Both ide5 the Ptssluu o bv for Knis Currents per Dried Peaches a fine iualitv iiit will he Thread the best un the Governor spools for them London of ii ae done waTftiiled shade or color Hmitel time nnly per Ijes ror Fades two i up to InJenvare at cos Felt boots and overs shoes from U IGc jfic 1Ji ain Londdn by a bosh nt1 the In ladies ami we hfie i full the later A gtnuiiie bet in mirk Ii vinhnit cv 1 i chiliirenV Tive you on SlOCi bead 2fi0ft iT Raven ine the lrer In Chinaware In tiuwsre ami We canr name space el you these god can buy them in else ts ni Voii tiling ve taking all ilie riah A e nave a iiiLLt right tthicii we car Coope lloger iViiliatns saitl thar Governor Tayloi iad bad uo communj At W oclock this morning Colonel and staple goods loiiffiil find on ication virh legal advisers tor Williams entered the room in our 5c and lOc coanters an endless Men vrsir wsek an rr tiat executive building and rsmarbed f refused lo talk to Walker Walker rt Vinety of you ncerl pinuKM1 duct coats arm isacsintu Governor Taylawill son put his havf agreed to an exchange of prison that will surprise you iee and side of the case before ths public iers and you are to be given your free i tuh buckets flour t bead cans warhinfj ltst have good values in Cuionel and a msure it will put muttcrs in an en I can go can I asked WaTKer tircly iiffertnt light rom whit thjy I guess so was the reply and th now appear to be colonel then added with 1 ii The state troops the have exchanged you for or u itol received their first pay today end three Filipinos and as we Ovir s20io was paid to tin solttem even minute I guess It will be iHr all right for you to nave your frpe On the morning trailns the demodom ferees represent Governor Taylor fan evutie members of the legislature came Walker mis then allowed to so after only be determined by ihe enu of pouring nio Frankfort Messages were notice had been served on him that the PICK IIP THESE BARGAINS AND SAVE YOUR DOLLARS Mnrtfi Pnct IlOrtn POSt Gleo Montaldo theneit twentyfour hours ahl that the republican pol torlally influenced by the folnvir tel egram Feb W S Taylor The unainninii ment here is that you are vi preventing the legislature ing anil that yon should disputed questions to the Federal assistance rannui ii you on your requisition I legislature is in session n I vcned There is no doulir i convened if you will JOIIIK democrats intend that if any iclence occurs you shall be the You will by forcible resistanc those your ease No assistanre 1 I 1 is probj tiMr Lit lat nisin teiiiii nia the sion of the Olid u A of stat j ing ninety men under in arrived from Barbour paay sn he r tion a ii imni i tbe main ciiarge against him was stiii pending BJid could be quashed at any time ir the military authorities should so de cide He tnld Colonel Williams that he intended to remain n Frankfort GOEBEL fINALLY SilCCLMBS ran The near Cove dated t up tlltOJgh Away From the AtsusaliTs il tilion Kvetunr on was no Ic FRANKFORT Ky Feb bullet fired by an unknown assassin ICIWA ITEMS The Chicago Xortawestea road 1 is struck a flowing vi ui Dayton Trains are now running regularly i Spencer on new of the Milwaukee Some unknown jarcy fiivd througi the window at Wesiiey Walton ot viu but the aim uras poor Pallas Cherry Inion nnive as Tom Goode vi ton in ISM wiiii IL or his wtfe Ii robbery and fied i RESTOCK AND PROBLCE The man killed by the Centra train vas captured by the gave to tbi denial o the report that convene in had tclesTaphe FOR GOVERNMENT CF Asso8st Tuesday morning ceded the life north of Denlson has been identified ot Jackson Mich The schools at Victor have closed as precautionary measures ASKS MILLIONS FOR PITRH i J 0 Pcusllcct ut miaml HIU 11 Feb iu cas AmadPo a Puerto Riean aii d the insular committee icday that a loan of about 51fi600ooo and the creation of stable conditions were nec essary to bring Puerto Rico out of its present depressions Some opposition developed in the committee to a redemption of PUIJ Rican coins at M cents on Tin and their recoinyge hi own0 William Goebel at oclock Sat th evening rankfort1 The only persons present at tie I redath bed were Mr Goebels sister against the spread of diphtheria mbers at London to J1rs Brauaasker and his brother Mr and Mrs 1 E Zuchirv Arthur Goebel of Cincinnati who have Prairie Ciny recently ee ea in constant attendance at Mr slitieth Goebcls bedside and Dr McCormick riage Justus Goebel another brother who has been hurrying from Arizona as i njriiy nd tlst ai stlm would carry him in a t vain tope rei reaching his dying brother n ho naiii time lor some token of recognition ou forty minutes too late Oiygen was frequently administered dying man during the afternoon in I I Sherr was struck by a sw kaloosa and injure o an Ab to to Visit WASHINGTON Feb Dewey has indicated to Corliss of Michigan his intention visit Detroit with Mrs Dewey during the early part oi the summer is in acceptance of an invitation to visit Detroit conveyed by Corliss on ijebalf of the Fellowcraft club the nonpar tisan press organization of the state supplemented by that of the city It is the admirals aish also to visit other big cities in the northwest including S Paul and Minneapolis if the oppor tunity offers The trip to Detroit will be separate from tbe earlier one to Chicago St Louis and LouisvilK WASHINGTON Fee i of Ohio chairman of tiii Pacific islands and Porr i a bill a 1urn f for PJ Rico Gciiinvr of XY Hampshire prc L oC the views ot him rd erkin9 ri California diasent irig r part from te majority teporl The following biis were prssed To crcaia new division cf tbj judicial district of Tennessee and change the times and places ol dis trict trTtiTs uf the northern district Texn the Dubuque Hridge company to con a across the Mississippi rver at Ia After an illness oi field S Coen one of f inent citizens and a b xrtedinn effort to keep him alive until his wlde pupation nC irotners arrival but in vain For 07 mine Ihe cruel irony of fate the train on haired out o the confer frhich Justus Goebel was traveling to ence have announced iy will can Frankfort was delayed several hours a conterence with tue ircrs to be from various causes and when Mr Goehel finally reacted here it ivas some time in Mrs Charles L only to leara that his brother was Blufls was ran down uya motor and ilvs dead received injuries which id to Burlington ie nut was bailed out who claimed io be hiijr forfeited hi be him was bis i Funeral SVIVILI tn of Charles Prince the o ivho vias shot at Qiiiiii li n Des Moines Priiee v markable man He id bis n Des Moines in pntt nheir own and wer wort f60000 When he was on on his excursionto ro jlow up safe friends that he had son lo for tne government iie was in the serer Reuben Hunter and his Fairfield aged respectively years huvc just ctIebratei yfirst nuniversary of the Tnis Is no doubt a remurha L muLur anu i I0 S necessitated mc so far i y arm above Hunttr was born ln of tocktoan Os iprom of state opejvi on btllrr qviCl XE MARKET who itr bbl Si TOCK MARKET i Abou of Council Among bitter partisans of both pari the amputaiion of tlas deep jirief is cianifested and a the elbow and the iefi liV between the 1SWwhile llis a movement has beea started to erect aj ankle and the knee fitting monument for 3lr Goebel3 memeory on the spot in the stare hauso grounds wiere he was shot Hr Ei73n wii Pacific NEW TORK Feb Br It lull Is an i Mass Feb 5V J deiind to the i Arthur Sewall candi said that Mr The men who have the small pox paileci have struck for higher wages have been receiving cr day and boarded themselves and they want the county to board them nounced IE Wall street the North ern Pacific railway company has pur chased the western section of the Ev wagon near Davenport erett Monte Cristo railroad with Its he was Intoxicat Peter Dresen a farmer fell from a i was sup d He was torn in and reared in Bcavr Penusylvania She vas born m suarding and was married tu Vr Coalfield j ter in January S2B Thf o They read and both have sinoh sjnce eariy life wii strong and takes ions walks weather is fair and besides are steady enougii o th ishaies himself iltlll bolt their K STinK Bryan this afternoon addressed mass meeting at the attended by people from all o western Massacnu setts ExCongressmur John J Crosby presided Urysa was iintro urivate citizen iirsi ine nest Aft Byan that he was a rather PAR1S Feb nona iiFallieries republican for IoeetGaronne was today elected then r president of the senate receiving 173 rjnitcd votes out of 221 sided Crime of 1SI3 voic Sorr are beginning to by the iniroducticn cons lae demonetization nf silver declared had teen toe as a crime as well as the soealied ten cranks Senator Chandler of at tu New Hampshire dM not hesitate to LOXDOX Feb corresponi call t by its right name in discussing gnt Of the Associated Press learns the present financial measure before from oilkip sources that absolutely the United States no conlirraition has been received by The senator regards the adoption ot uffice of the report that Gem the rejection of h currency bill as Bulf has the Tagela involving a no auction He said have nevor much about the formation ot the war office at tie crime of IS73 because I have been present moment there is every indica inclined to ihint the demonetization tions that things are quiet at tiie front of silver thea was accidental and not lotentional but the redaction by Eng land and the United States of the values of the siKer hoards of India and the Oriental sillver countries was a crime and an offense against mor ality terminals at Everett Wash The picked up and put in a barn and was j herifl Law property was formerly owned by John found frozen and dead rext morning j and th DRockefeller The line extends from his SKUII was fractured jSnohomish to Everett a distance of I Deputy city Marsha Horace Swley nnH the terminals wiiirh I f T j i JmTlm i I of captured McBon will utilize in the aWi wanted at Viroqua for mur its business are ei der He denies his identity when Word was received at Waterloo ilt Or OiiV I H41 die Nortbon developmen tensive i arrested gave the name oi MrCormiek The opeia boaffe claimant Don Carj but llow says R 1S las tsill appears to think the throne I According to report oi me Des rival of requisition paiifrs Moines before fae can gc IK 1 thorilies there to Jtn Hooi charged svith the it1 nrirder cf his wife by senuin Infernal machine There od r at much SOVTII Tu speculation as to the method of proced s j ure in handling the case against tne j prisoner aud many are wondering f j chajigej LIVE STOCK Feb i s and Moines city librarian 15STT persons i r soner arehwom availed themselves of the of i ll U lo hlra1 i the Des brarv drnS talyear S Tile offi1 ing the about steady i svM al jusl conuuning me I10 qllotube chiiHR uf rs which it ii cliiirged i a3 pteors and OBJ Grovnd The slave the man with the hoe is what he is by mans injustice Had the latest and most tools teen for nlahed the negro who would have profited The auwier onir Siia Uie agricultural laborer of friii with the finest thai i in far and who would baneiit bj the and that no immediate movement Is anticipated Amerllranlil thi Bill WASHINGTON Feb clangcs in the Hawaiian bill were made by Uhe house commlttee on ter ritories today and in this iform a print ol the bill as revised was ordered preparatory to reporting ft tomorrow or next day Tbe more important changes today were those giving to the president the appointment ot Judges of the supreme conrt xnd al lowing appeals to tlie United Sltatrs iurs J515pC25 fair io il good to ChOlf to choice foil 10 8001 ciuch will be consumed n dElib he was playing with matches over the details before Mrs Dr John Cooper of ijes Molnes comp caenaive plan can be has sued her husband a prominent and and that more than a mouth would be in British citizen tor divorce after that t me for thaomeials 176000 alimoay and ha is to rrnh their stations It been wortfa She crnoi aecuit a therefore to semi nnt ST decidtd therefore to send ont three or at Hart five commissionera to es treatment anu cays he w not let her go to They were married In of the PMllpplne commiiBioa Kdgar Bfder Uvlng foui miles north sent to congress today Jnaj icls ot tbe Interior in tbe ot Congressman flicltardsoia or Tennes see inquired of the House ibe nthef day whether the of gov ernment money deposited for tae UM and beueilt of the Natiouil City bank cf New 1ark aecretei3 Clage TU to tie eontilbntioos mule bir director to the Rtpuhlktiu cbkct Coruinlr cot eoctrttKiitkicti 1W north of DOWB died of vety suddenly Mrs Elder did not dis cover his death though lyiDj by his aide until she awoke In the morning When she attempted to arouse him found him cold in death llr Blder had been In poor health for a long time van about SG yean aid lowmt coontj ioaitors in jlateeoOi Tegtion at Des declared ii fftror of 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