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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - February 22, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                AUlrkU VOLUME XVIII COJUMM ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THUB8DAY FEBfiUAEY i21900 NUMBEB 6 Special for Next Week iif A new in voice of Cresco Corsets just opened A11 sizes all the only corset j that cannot break at the waist line On Our Bargain Counter I 36 pairs of ladies and Extra Offerings in child rens hosi ery 1C dozen extra weight doubl kReechild rens hose sizes 5j to week three pairs for 25C little choice 8150 PRINTS Best quality fancy and 5i3 staple yards odd sizes ast week at this price and toes a PER YARD 5 I2c Premium Tickets FISHBRS Free Delivery SHOES OF CHINESE HOW THEY ARE MADE WHAT THEY COST will much rrnVr than II open all day rn o nrnrin closed continually is 10 lire foulness and Iisease in the corners will conduce to kec a cellar free from mold A datrp ijasenieru is a disorderbreeding Alt tbe Waj Two Hundred Thousand Year Im ported bjr Ooe llouiv In New lork A truck load of toxes containing thousands of pairs of thick soled whiteedged shoes sue as are worn by Chinamen were recently stacked In ths storeroom of a wbolesiile dealer in goods in New York Are thes shos made In this country In quired the 7riter as he rooked at ft psrt of the stock displayed to view In an open box No1 replied the mer chant comi from Canton where they arc maij by hand Be tween 150000 and pairs ol such shoos are annually imported by some halfdozen vheeulc Causes mostly la New York From tliln city the shoes are distributed to huidreds of retailers of oriental goods throughout the south and west where they are wld to all classes of Chlnanirn at from II to 13 per psir accordlrto the quality and finish The me jds employed in the manufacture of Cnlnese shoea are Interesilaj Tie bottow are msIe from ten te fifteen lay ers of very thin leather placed oce dpon another making a builtup ia strtched Ihrojgh and through iu many places on regular lines giving the holloa the sole a sort of qulltei effect This work Is neatly and trimly done even on the cheapest shoe ni when the sewing is completed a wliite material resembling plaster is applied to the edges of tho sole When the edge of the shoe which is extrenely hard he comes soiled i can ic cleaned ami I Wisconsin ing ecu revived Dy warm looeJ at his tattered clothiing and asked uhere he got them in placo ot his other clothes Bunia and Francs Trying to Induce Ger many to Join Them STRONG fRESSLRE IS BROUGHT PuaUMnt Bamon of thl C Bw llo Will Kot Down OoTeroment OrciiDn Kcmaln Clreu Color 117 Dlipmtch from TfnilInformed FftrU BERLIN Feb York World atcnjpt to intervene in th war in Jcu Africa is about to be made Jour nal of this morning It sup ports th belief by Jr things the opinion of iu inrmd Paris correspondent The government organs aft silent on the subject Il was persistently i marred here yesterday anil today that Russia and arc bringing oirocg pressure to bear upon Geniicry to Join them In intervention Ic it aderstood that Germany has De a party to inclined to i at present or to counlenarce it Louise if it should co BO either Gviimny would embitter England i iting com pensating advantage from lluoia and France One thing is certain not intervene game OL some i LONDON IHv i cabinet told ti W L the war office had rr out or Republicans will vote witn us this fall who read your hook on Money Trusts and Imperialism While Mr Kiefs estimate may be too high hun dreds of outers write in the same vein and then is no doubt but thai the latter book Is a power ia the tend Tie Democratic organization everywhere would do well to encourage il tion Died at Sen YORK Feb Uai Prince line steamer Asiatic Prince ar rived at Quarantine tils morning from Santos Chief Officer Campe re ported the death of Captain Wood house from yellow feTer on Feb ruary 3 The captain burled at eea the same day Chief Officer Campe then took command and brought ttE Asiatic prince safely to port A COLONSAl DEBATE The Authority of COBITOM lo or j YTlthhold Territory WASHINGTON Feb A simple resolution of inquiry introduced in the senate today by Hale of Maine OE ERMIMNG THE EliTURE STATUS precipitated ac hours constitutional debate by some of ablest i lawyers in the body on the authority Porco Hico in the and Hawaii IA of congress at its pleasure to extend the smator or withhold tie constitution to terri tory acquired by UulUxl SUtes The bill provliling a govemtooot for I the territory of Hawaii i Discnsjioa uf Taem to Be Opened in COB ere53 Tha ifsek lOWAJTEMS Dr G J Turner one of and most successful Oskaloosa ohrsl cians died suddenly of heart failure The Episcopalians have decided ell tie Griswold college property at Davenport to the city for public school purples Th appropriation bills so far intro duced in the senate at Des Molnes ag uregate J962523 The norae Mils tg J150T69 4 A Reynolds tae MoDtizuma bridge contractor who skipped out aad was brought back by officers has siet ded his troubles at the rate of 35 oents on the dollar BRIEF NEWS OF IOWA Mrs Herman Schruna of Tiltcn has died from trichina the result of eating raw pork The enrollment at the Soiciiers home at Marshalliown at present is 671 men and 47 women The Oilebolt library contains lOCS rolumes but its circulation for tho last year was 5748 Nearly 1000 volumes were added to the Fort Dodge public library during tnt year just past Kossuth county has a balance on liind in its traaaury ot t3750270 not counting chool funds Mat sideration most of the afternoon Hale offered a resolution which WASHINGTON Feb th four jnlles from Bellevue was He riding on a load of lumber when the wagon tipped over and he was lushed beneath the load Prty I A Warwick of tie Girfiold schfxij in Montezuma whohad occa Esquire Bechle Tho tflal lasted all the afternoon The court after hearini the aad arguments by the attorneys adjourned until next day when he give ali de cision 1n favor of Mr Warwick At a meeting of the board of li the TriClty Railway com a new tween JSISOO and The Presbyterians of Indianola are about to begin the erection 0 513000 church building Mason City has a musical ii the shape a blind 4yearoU child wao plays over sixty pieces on plano Tne menbers of the First Methoaist church of Mason City have started a crusada against the big hats worn By the women The Womans Relief corps of Wash f February offerings from the different departments of The Overflow a whisper of the thousand good things that await buyers who patronize this store S Granite Wash Basius worth 15 cents easily but we sell them for AA LadieiaMisses and Childs Bose Supporters some with weak elastic yet great big values at three times what we O t A A yards of Fancy Table CHI Cloth pretty 3 bought it cheap so wi you at per yard 3ets of Dress Stays sets of twelve all and of good quality per set Remember it is easiier to tell what we do not carry than what we do and tho best way to look us over is to fall in with the throng who now daily visit Comings upto date department store THE OVERFLOW to why the hiw of the coafrwa relat the salary of all motormen and announcing that Go hopelessly Mr Wyndham wa members of the reply tbat tliu governi extcremly saiisfatory planation of the gov holding good news is tlii1 and details are awaited The situation as many will play the or coKers nber of tho anight that a telegram Conje wag gress had been decided by a Judge Perhaps the of the fu el the supreme court to amount to a tulc tatus SovemnKfof our new of practical confiscaton of telophor property and iu violation cf tile con stitutional agunst uprn property without flue process of law T n Eacli rather deprecated ques ortgage oti the home of a sol widow Thpvin bra wnductors of the road 10 per cent The sjoallpox scare in Mapleton is The Mtal queaon at iSje t me WH mj I There are no new cases or IB jart of tie employ prospects of any All the three of any request having an advance llnd dispatch A dis patch from Mishawaka says that a 6TidiMtte of capitalists headed by Rob ert W Smith and James H Doaii of Chicaeo has consummated the pur chase of branches of tbe Americain the constitution and it do Steel Tank company located In thiit not over Pcrto The dem city and Waterloo Iowa Tha plants ip The republicans in the bill by the anx would only i news was i ex lllillt Wlth etner sat1 ocrats are solidly en the other will ooutinue to be operated by the syn or i iut respondents over the Frtre bor der is tantalizing to tlie tatlons The elementary are that ths Boers are trekking tastward Miss can trace ourltoward Blocmfontein with irnv mov ancestry back to the Norman raIins uU cant we mother Mrs Wali singham saillyiips but we don II Oenerai vi know where your fvier was last night Journal l of f rln Their mar landers mnde a forctc ae High n to Kod ay pushed General mad LEOISIATORSN fRANKfORT whitened again by ru l it with Bepnblirnu FRAKKFOHT Ky Feb good part of the democratic legislators re turned here tonight ind numerous conferences were In progresii during the evening relating to the jwlltlcal program tomorrow when the demo cratic and republican brancben of the legislature will meet together for the first time since the assassination of the late Governor Goebel The question whether Lieutenant Governor Marshall republican or President Pro Tern Carter democrat will preside in the senate tomorrow is as wide open tonight as it baa been The democratic leaders say Senator Carter will preside Lieutenant Gov ernor Marshall is not here tonight but before leaving the city last night ht stated positively thit he would return Monday and insist on his right to pre side and tlie leaders assert ossrand ford and on twenty miles eastward French left KImberley Saturday going east along the jloikler Lord i Kitchener Is trying o and perfectly happy j outflank the checidng mother never If smd driving eat them back into the hands if MacDon old anij French The war oflice ecl to Mr Llcy sem to irtiate that iLord Kitchener hs eltheKt ahead I of the Boers or is tu xalize his I plan and the war to an I nounce a decisive resui iLaiiwhile Commandant Delarey vith ihc iifiera from Colesburg is hanriri ti the right flank of the Britich inruing columns seeking to delay thii ment and so to assist the lioer vagon trains to escape Students of topograliy think the Boers will hardly risk a flsht until they git into the rough touritry north of Bloomfonteln tioning a court decision Islactory to senators or nut Haie In slde i tl comiittce were lomel sistedthat the right of the bj one republican M Oil of Vassa monopoly in the should Lie isetts Among the passed upon by the Unitd Stats Ejan3 who taxe the same Is Little prm court n Jalne wno d the lau Tlllman at this point having in mind Mr Dingley He won h spurs In the the extension of the constitution upon Robert and U the insular possessions o the rnitd already considered rnj ct tie most States precipitated a debae iy POjerfs debatos in tiIauae Inquiring how the cxinstltutlon extend The support ot these tw prominent cd over the District of Columbia ii as republicans has raised some hopes In had been maintained congress the opposition that they mar be plenary power in the district Foraker to bill although hardly replied that Ihe connltution extenajil i i3 Dreble Juat now over the district when It was a part Butn Bceii for a roya of Virginia and Maryland and was 5trusssle Payne the floor leader of never withdrawn He maintained that I Wl11 oPe la ot CoIliYnr S congress had arupe authority in hi H wui b HciHeiya dhate John Montgomery who claimed to 100 yeare of age and who had teen a well known character la Council for cany years wu ran owa aid instantly kiliad by a tiiia In the yards of the MllwukiM railiray Hi wu horribly mujjitd hn aeaJ i1 crushed into ft nuws iind the brainj scatterd over rails and The management of Island Park as sembly at Rome City Ind are planning Ior an with an array of orti talent compHalne Concreinnan Senator Allison and Speaker Senator Allison will also fourmild cases aie well on the way to s ot the drug stores j Having rented my farm I will close out at public auction at my residence first west of Strand postoffice and six miles west of Carbon all my household gooes farming inplements hay grain and stock of all kinds on Thursday March 1st Commencing at 12 oclock sharp at Spenceir have surrendered their permits for selling liquors and as there are saloons in the place the towa is now dry j Julius Courtney of Keolmk is under i arrest charged witn murder It is charged that he put poison in beer which he gave to William hul of Mem phis Mo causing his death Five companies ot the new Fifty first regiment Iowa National Guard i have been mustered into the service j of the stale Ten companies of rew Fortyninth arc also in service sale of Sne tered horses to Mr H a McMillan tciok in tha at Rock Rapids hores were sold sind brought the sum of 7500 Hits Lizzie a young woman 25 years old attempted suicide at Munroe by cutting nn inch and 1 half off of her tonpae Despondency is the causa She jas not yet given up her determination to end her 85 HEAD OF CATTLE 10 milch cows 30 had of lieifers 30 head of steers com ing two years old yearlings 07 HEAD OF HOGS 20 brood sows 37 stock hogs liead of damp cloth top or upper of the Chinese sho iufiirly of cloth UK or satin and itu liriins is always of the same material is however often used oa tne lop cut in patterns that are laid ovrr he body of the shse fwhicn may tc of silk cr saln In some color while the velvet may he jblacX prtoucir a picturesque and wiking appearance Such shoes when mbroicered are only by persons it rank and cost froia to Washington Star positive side NY these that he will pre rgoes farther than and what steps they will i if nay to carry out these cross rpspeccively can only bf urniincd by events tomor row Governor Taylor vert to church to day irilinry escort and spent the EVOLUTION OF THE BICYCLE In TJinf It rredlrtc I It Ulll Hare Like many other great successes In this uncertain world the bicycle was o humble origin It sprang from the wheelbarrow and no one blames it says the Detroit Free Press This Is the reason that you cin fall so far and le so about it when you are mixed up with one of these machines no matter whatprice or waal mode Ths velocipede which tae best autborl ties testify was a connecting link was uglier than anything else except a threehumped cam trying to escape his keeper The device will best be re called as propelled by a small boy with a st r hat over his ears busy fee on i level with bla chlu and his settled down on his waist line Then came the ungainly affair with an enormous fly wheel in front and a pitiful little baby wheel trailing To drop from it was Hie falling off a load of hay and it forced uon short tit men the indignity of mounting from a lecondstory window or tonvenlen hade three Nearly all cf those who thrown Irom it and survived are I mlsrilaneously maimed But it is thro v such stages hat suc cess is reached The blnycle became s or beauiy and Joy forever with pneuiiiaiic tires that am blown up as Lthey deserve It artlslc finish ball bfaring and an unac countable disposition to participate In a KOrch At last rhey lave I brown oft their chains and have the highest de gree of freedom attainable by things Inanimate They neither nor are always They not neither do they a yilt Solomon in I his glory could not hiive rilden one them to save life Tiwr do not racfrcrs a cow In the road wtltMt it Is tony will bonianltj Itsilf ta Ml tin lima nrttliii for ot UMB it inawi ml to mil Mil days but sion with hi of the day at tbe man Governor Mam returned to the Messrs Justu brothers of the also returned city tonight will the deaoiTatic kgii lature anrl will hive his headquarters at the Capital I and Arthur lata democratic g and will remain here until the body of their dead brother is finally cocslgne to earth The body still lies In the little chapel in the cemetery the rela tives having been slow to determine the exact spot 01 urinl The question reopening the con test over the by present ing loth houses ratify ing the action taken by the democrat legislators on declaring Senator Goebel governor was dis cussed by some of ilenocratlc mem bers tonight who favor it They say this would not Ije a concession that the former proceedings were illegal but would probably put an end to the controversy sooner Ihe matter has not been decided oi definitely but a majority of the nieirbers who are out spoken on the matter expressed them selves as opposed to reopening the mat ter in any form They will abide b the decision of party manager however and thers may be some ref erence to it in the session of tlie legis lature tomorrow MACHUM MILL NuT Flemied SHtemmt mild Will Back 1C Tilih Teitlmony PITTSBUBG Pa Feb E Macram former United States con sul at Pretoria South Africa left for Washington tonight at 10 oclock o the Baltimore Ohio road Bfore leaving he said I do rot withdraw a word of my SENATE HAS TWO Bepnblleant And Each FRANKFORT Ky Feb democrats held a session of the senate at 9 oclock with Prebiicnt Fro tenv Carter presiding and ti meet again at The repuliicaiio ad journed Saturday to meet at to day When the senate convened both Carter anrl Marshall The re publicans recoi Marshuil ad journing after pvuyor Ifs by Lieu tenant Governor Marshall rjpubil cnn senators left the hall I IKimo cratie senators recognizing IT ncnt Pro Tem Carter paid no aueniiou to the republicans proceedings unu c tinned in session The democratic senate then a motion by Senator Allen of Lexing ton to ratify and reaffirm f MH action of the senitte by whkh Coebel was declared governor This prevail ed on viva voce vote Senator Trlp lett antlGoebel democrat with the democrats for the purposco mak ing a quorum The democratic senators adjourned after adopting the Allen resolution The proceedings of today are likely to be duplicated in the senate tomorrow as hoth republicans and demoeriu ad journed to meet in tne saute hill to morrow The democrats will meet at and the republicans a noon The house democrats will either today or tomorrow follow the of tha senate democrats ratify the former proceeding in the GoebelTaylor and BeckhamMarshalI contests questions culty in withdrawing the cunstitutit once extended over a territory are tint tho Ha walinn bill be debated at considerable maw amemiments will perature going to75 oelow corps which will probably be tie first at Dawson QEO C CALKINS carp of its kind to be rormed in til Aaskfwere Broken the tern Mr Lindsay aald that the application of the constitution had ueen expand ed Mr Jefferson he said believed A state could not be created cut of terri tory not Included in the ordinal o the Uniten States but neverthe less we had advanced far teyond that point BULLER AGAIN ADVANCING because It may be made the basis of more or less general talk on the queii uniier direction of Lieutenant A F wlio has made a study tlon of the policy to be pursued toward on the atonal corps aerylcc The corps zero and more so krw thstuo ther mometers could register Tthe tem perature bad been 40 below for a tbe new possessions ccnsidtrabie tinm probably will be necessary to the final of disposal of the attentiOI i Erlck Strand a miner in tbe employ y of the Iowa plgiStor P Wilcoi one of the earlleW J rainei north ot Fort Will Not Get Free Board HAVANA Feb E superintendent of schools tvhen dis cussing today the proposed visit ot Cuban teachers to tbe Harvard sum mer school for teachers said he had not intended to convey the impression that the teachers would be boarded at the expense of Harvard university hut mereHthat the tuition was to bo furnished them gratuitously Tbose who make the trip will be perfectly able to pay their own board bills Ap plications are pouring in hourly Freih for Panama PARIS Feb prominent offi cial o the government speaking to the correspondent of the Associated Press regarding the American construction of the Nlcaraguan canal said that tha hope of the French people is that the American government will cot decide whnt route the take un Tim nnrriton for Maniln BUFFFALO N t Feb 19 stal Wllllim E Shatter WM Fort Porter today while retaining to San lotarrlewed on the JPhil said I neat tbt inturrectlon iw broken far HI tie Tagalus are conceitled the Inwiructlon le practically sadei All to what may occur among tne other trlbee people over there cannot my1 How Jong will a garrison ugry in Hie Philippines was ukiid Forever he replied and thai I irean duriai ycur lifetime and mine Troops must be there for to come have sisrrlBona in rhig coun try and garrhois will Unre kneral Bhafur wll 9M It Umiorrow report think said lie it in but rea sonable that the opinion of experts and engineers should be regarded be fore a flnal decision Is reached charges against the British olcial til Walker commission makes its in South Africa If I am called upon I am prepared at any time to testify to them and luraish evidence cf tieii truthfulness Mr Marrum Is evidently aengireil over the ciect of his statement ITMI last week and says that althoush te was not acquainted with Corgrtssnaar Wheeler of Kentucky who introduced a resolution in tbe house asking for an nvestlsttlon of his case be will call upon him Tbe exconsul says he is Bet going to Washington on any spe cial mutton but wants to be on the round to give his testimony should t Deeded IFuhtlPH 1 Mnllll MANILA Feb of toUl oJ fiftyone cases of smpected bubonic plague reported fortytwo proved gen uine ind thirtytwo deaths resulted halt at them betafe Chinnmeit Then were twelve cases during tie pant week moatly within the walled city and 100 inspectors unrter tiui nrparin UEdence of a health oflMr Major Edle nre enforcing tha laallUT reen Iltlons Thirty of tie ipJpcctcrg art Chlnnnien who hare been furnished Vy the Chinese merchants Tha bealth eejunn iitiowt poiuiation of Manila la allnu IM 800 Including aiOOO Cblnew CHICAOO Feb John CoOntto who tat J he waa the owner of a at 311 Bennett street Cripple Colo was found arovTvl the Etreett tonight He was hely overcome by the cold Mid a r K was tikta to tile pollee E m be told that o uarr 13 ha wai dttlag tin t Cripple with In hli tc ika d ail can recall of KliHt UtptMd that date until he vnt by tbt Aftn LONDOX Feb war office has recivd tbe following dispatch from General Buller CAMP Feb terday oved around the s flank i lie Queens who had on the northern slope of crossed tie nek tDi supported by the rest of the Second under Hil yard assaulted and took southern end of Monte Cristo The Fourth brigade on the or western slope and the Welsh FuslleeS supported by the rest of the Sixth bri gade assaulted the eastern flank of the enemys position while the Second bri gade cavalry the extreme right watched the eastern elopes of Monte Christo anil drove back those of the enemy attempting to escape there from our artillery fire Assaulted by henvy artillery on their front and Rank ana attacitert on their flank and r2 the enemy made but slight resistance and abandoning their strong position were driven across the Tugela I have taken several camps a wagonioal of ammunition several wagons of stures anrl a few prisoners The v8ther has been intensely hot and tho ground traversed was exceed ingly difficult nut the energy and dash of the troops have been very pleasant to see They have all done splendidly The work of the lar cavalry the Queens tbe Scots Fusi leera nd the Rifle brigade was per haps noticeable while the excel lent prrtirc of the artillery and naral guns aari the steadiness of the gunners under at times very accurate fire was remarkable Thfi accurate fire of tha navr guns from Chicveley was of great assistance Our casualties many are not I think ORDERED TO MOURN FOR GOEBf I Dmp thic Build In HI Honor FRANKFORT Ky Feb The house convened at noon Speaker Trim ble presiding The journal of the dem ocratic legislature sit ng st Louisville Saturday was read Mr Hickman democrat demanded a roll call to as certain the presence of a quorum The republicans did not answer to their names and only fiftythree of the sixty dcmorrats were present The house adopted a resolution dl the custodian of public build in t drape the legislative halls and st house with emblems of mourning anfl 10 place the state capttol at half mast on account of tne death of Governor Goebel a tariff or under the free trade system allowed between the srateK of th union The bill provides Tor free trade but several of the urfler tbs leadership nf Platt of Connecticut am making an effort to secure radical amendment In this resnect Senator Cilllom in charge r the bill will resist and he will lie supported by some republicans and lUriiriy n this democratic members CAC same fight will be made on the Porto Riean bill of Clinton is now located The of a Fort Dodge poultry establishment where poultry is dressed for he pastern markets is fattening SOOO ducks in his yards He states he has had no success tn feeding which the Iowa Telephone company better known as the Bell company proposes to buy up all independent companies in the state The general manager E B Smith of Davenport Iowa is authority for tht statement chickens or turkeys as they will not hut be declines to say in town eat in strange quarters and conse qufcxly shrink in weight daily Duckii oh e other hand will fatten nicely j man employs fifty men who are daily engaged In killing and dressing poultry i Internal Revenue Collector ratterscu has received notification from Washi ingtcn that his office is graded No L on accounts balancing to a cent Prior to tbe Imposition of tbe war tax this collections of the office amounted to j H7IJOOO and were only for clgara ind tobacco and liquor Now the collecI tiona are and many are tajed The receipt for stamps alone average over 11000 4ay i and aggregate per annjn Sloai Citilal Ooen tn Pji SIOUX CITY Ik Feb H McOIbbons chief assistant to the di rector general of the United States to the Paris exposition let yesterday for Now York en route to Paris lie has been actively engaged In prepuring the American exhibit He says The United States exhibit at the Paris exposition will be the most com plete of any natlm except of course France and the number ot exhibits I are for amounts from one1 will be larger than any other except France It will be in every ranse American Tie United States exhibit irill be fully ready for the opening April 15 Its building Is nenrlng com pletion and iu exhibits have all been collected and partly transported the last shipment going In the Prairie which left Ner York February 7 In Still Loaded FRANKFORT Ky Feb A po litical argument between exState Sen ator A J cf Lexington and Claude Desha clerk of the sen ate came near precipitating a shoot ing affray on train crowded Chesapeake Ohio with returning demo cratic legislators tonight Bronston is said to have denounced the Goebel TJ as revolutionists and Desra to whom the remarks were addressed denominated Bronston a a i oiler Angry words passed and Senator Bron ston drew a pistol eighth of a cent up and make much work for the collector and force A special from Washington Bays Within a few days the Navy depart ment will ship to Des Molnes one of fsrta Maria Teresa which was sunk as 3 result ot the Sre from tie batter ies of the battleship Iowa In Jnly ItSi The gun is of the long fiveinch Spanish make It will be the fint one sent w a western town and will be followed by others which have buen awarded to cities of the middle west t was secured for Des Molnea throtigh the etorts of Congressman Hull Robert Lee of Letts was brought he operations will follow At any rate the Sioux City independent enraacge after a fight of several months dura tion has been obliged to give way to the trust and has been absorbed under Ihe terms of a sale closed this after noon A Baltimore Mo dispatch says Tbe body of tbe unknown man which was shipped toi Sioux City la on Jan uary 16 and welch was returned to this city last Saturday was identified as that of Patrick Callahan On Decem ber 29 a man was killed by a trolley car The body was taken to the med on the 15th taraed ovito the Df nS to and IMPLEMENTS ETC stirring plows 1 steel bar 0 HEAD OF HORSES j row 2 cultivators 4 lumber 1 sorrel mare six oldwagons 2 buggies 3 sets har seven years old 1 nesSj i corc planter stalk cut racks 1 new organ chicliens 1 doz geese goods 400 bushels is 50 bushels wheat LUXCIL over So purchaser i when due to draw S per cash iu hand S per for before reraova frosa Auctioneer T LOVIG him inclined tc she would be under taking him home to 1 cover One evening these lowspirited irr anl peals ot proceeding from which he was si Eating found tu imjike nus aa vsiy lo re on o heard luugbtor fttate Banugt hm uiuniy ro loan on improved arms ar 5 per enc annual inureat with optional janitor at the college It shipped it to Sioux City addressed to John Bradford He has been arrested on the charge of shipping a human I body out of the state for the pur poses of dissection A petition Is being circulated among the members of tie local uar of Counr ell Bluffs asking the representatives from Pottawattamie county to Intro ducft at the present session of the state legislature a bill providing a pen alty for practleinc law without having been admitted to practice ia the courts of this itate The purpose of the ou is to prevent attorneys from other states encroaching on the business of Tue bill as m any person mail mail delivery box i practicing without having been admlt tts wta sent to Keokut In custody of i to practice In this state fore United States Commisaloner Bnsh the local practitioners of Davenport charged with pnrlolntng Proposed provides that Harry Fuller deputy United States marshal to await the action ot federal Jury deemed guilty of a misdeiaeanor and that It shall be toe duty Oi tie count attorney to see that the law is enforcea and to prosecute iill violators thereof Sncki Coatalned Gunpowder LONDON Feb dispatch from the Swaziland border dated Friday February 16 says The Boer agent at Bremersdorp Swaziland has been appro ad by the McKinley organs all over the country Cs the aroused Dieucauj siona of a defendant in a hiw stilt maintaining J whkh impcl fc assaaslnate with Delagoa bay via Swaziland Two ccolie carriers have been bearing sacks supposed to contain salt through Toigaland On examination It was fcirad that tlie sacks contained gun powder At A J LytlBa puMlc sale of Po The new criminal defense adopted by landChina brood sows at Osfcaloosa tbe Republican party in Kentncky anj the average price paid The Bolivar Bucsner who once ran for president and carried one pre cine in thft United States te now tell ins hi country how badly Mr Bryan Will he beaten in 1900 This venerable Farmer McLain is on the war path prop et of evil could speak more an for new soniinlaw who has been highest wan ISO the lowest The country in tae vltlnlty ot Farn la a small town twenty five miles southwest of Fort Dodge is excited by an elopament James McDonald a farmnand wooea and won pretty Rose McLain the daughter or A B McLaliQ a prominent and wealthy farmer McDonald is a com paratively recent arrival and nothing concerning his antecedents bunsher o aayicg lie feels It his duty to make For StAte MlilD Schooli WASHINGTON D C Feb presentative Mondell Wyo today pre sented the report of tie committee on j known to all the burghers the cause mines and mining on the biV1 to apply ot the coming ot the British as well A portion ofthe proceeds of the as to do all in his power to terminate of public lands to ths endowment aad support of the mining schools in the several etatas and territories Tie re port dwells on the extent cml import Bobern ta Free CAPETOWN Feb Roberts thoritiUvely of the prospett ot fogylsm BtercuntwS at Turk Neb las Issued a proclamation to tha as represented ly those sonrenlrs of an The the Orange Free State age tint is gone Palmer and Bueknsr Times Wbnro EIlol Wrote Her Tint Book The house No 8 Parfcihot row If the burghers should continue fight Ing they may not do so iyaoraotly bjt witlu a fell knowledge of the fftyeaA ance of the mining Industry aind on bSllty before Clod fur the lives lost in desirability of the government Ing state OM the caoo Of Mr W H Harrey the author of Coins Financial School aiid otker looka and who tag lately wrtttia new work entitled Coin on TnnW tat Oat prom late la be aura pnpabir tkut any of his hoolu kH ntttntA muiy pefaolMJlr ttd hl0 pUbilJhcTS chat at his writings Tha new ixwk wta la all probability mirpajw TWmrt u eridonoid by Ue ctrdtn tarJt ud tte Rbrwtn ot luttim mi Kr PUlip at ot KwtOvnn Klaa to Micr lo cOHUHM tfce canpalgn la jhortly to 1 down It is one of a row of single fronted houses of a semigenteel char acter and she and Mr Lewea only rentfifl a doaple of rcoms in It It re taalned their home for more than three yean TUere the Scents from Clcr latf Life were written and a enbU iiortioo of Adam Bede Tlie tiny WKI the common utudj fur both the writers and Eliot used In after yigaro to toll bow tlie at another pea to all eel her nerves until it nearly drove tW wild Great Britain is now in to realize the feelings of thi nun w to bis neighbors hen roost fi vnlleti and found tne bulldog there in AMU8BI DISRAELI BU ritmta tat Ulf Lord Rowton a very thin pale man with the quietest manner Imaginable is not ones IdireJ of a dadting Irish man but at the same time Be la a de lightful talker with witty toawie and has charming uaanor wtitor Bla old nilckwne irw CoriT and wiiMi a yooog brim fall of fnn frolic may be nyfoaid ba a at rnantfr invariably WwS Kxnaa tu f nt tie We took Bsn went oot wlien the aimkin BepohlliWew Kron the doe wirif tatuidttig of orginisatioa who an wmrds nlu H Marcher fiired boib deluded with the belief IfcaJ reto ot til can into Vit axailmnt gah nandurd would tan which ntrarthtaeM etsM at j ot reddnptlon PinallT he got th lnwiwl ot fU hito tbk Biratrt mouih tec It to round tLilsrwd it by IB had aoothtr of prices wBieb woaM in UK of a MMU t5W eoontry 11 wt and rsiKi JcJr that In ffi on Investi oj liveli il ihimself wits proJuici y tVie Jfinginp dancing and infection of the goodhumcreu y Monty Corry crept into the room ani fringe of the circle of and very soon an unvil seen tn creep said smile ecdini n a h laugatfr which the last shadow c the preasioti which had bta smothering him Soon after intro uction he made Corry his secretary and they worked well to gether for the remaincfr of DiPraeli ife Tact Opportunities in Cuba Cuba Purto Rico and our other new colonies besides all of Laiiu America offer many ricti opportun ities in trade aud labor for men of enterprise Hundreds of lucrative positions in Clerical and Artisan are today open for Americans We nave daily inquiries from our regular Colonial and Latin eisht of cle on the isriu guests v was riuuih ine American correspondents regarding iMy business connections in the riiteii Statea and in regard to Atner icim help Send SI for full particulars and to pay bureau membership fee Stale voiir wants and qualifications and we will fiad you what you desire Address Exporters and Traders Correspondence Bureau 612 Main St Cincinnati Ohio WHEN THETIBEB IS ON RAMPAGE ETorte to Control Its Trri tH Btva Only Partially Owing to illcalculated eEsiurerins iperations by which branch of the river by the 1 is land was deepened a few the southern branch which skirt tht for mer has dried ij nio a heavy Tank of muddy sand ni is its normal state making it be un derstood the island of St iirtolom meo as ridiculous as a swan on land The absurd aspect of it is tae nore ac centuated ijreaase pcvae f Abrico or quatrccapl which unites the island to r louthera bank happens to Le both Udest and bestpreservi ridge t dating from 61 B C and be ing vjmpoesd of two bold flic arches aad a small central flood On j rare occasions however an heavy downfalls the rive risirs in Its wrath in reassertin an cient dominion and see the beautl ful bridge built by Kabricus i the waters sent down from Moso pat tlno and Ansclano Such a me baa UAen place in consequence of Wch the forum if inundated by means of the Cloaca Maxi while the foamini yellniv flood j has remcted a height o bat three feet below tha little Fraaciswin garupn bej onglng to tie church of St Bs iolomj meo The ancient confesficna vclow j that basilica dating frjm the seventh century is entirely filleilIn lact the Tratcrs have risen abc u feet and rain should contin fall j we may witness the Tiber invading tie Corso and Piana dEspanga Happily j a change seems to be setting in U A LA WEYLER One csseniia why Mr Mc Kinley is afriM to offer mediation be tween and the Boers is that itexroses hi conduct toward tie Filipinos to rcrs of th worU He i now of a irn o en titled to ire cT the rules of war Tais ii wzy or ssylaj no quarter 5 lo Jiven to asy found with arms ia tncihanU Gen Weyler hat fid to tbe eXffcration of hrri niy or similar order the Cu ban patriot croer hi a least the teialoai Cubans in the Vv3 of he worM still subjects of the Filipinos nav sovereignty ar i lvc rroni h5 krst denied the right o they had for n rli lioa to c JT them she did Ia ENGLISH CONTEMPT One English ncvvipapjr the Review has the correct idea about American aad American public sentiment tbe riitter of UK Tar against the Sch Africaji repub jt tays ear no oJ real feeling in rrai regardlae war reaches ttr cinry but theft 10 doubt the baisivt against rs The administration and finan organs are still srengly with was quite a fascinating sight tha other I jut tje latter are beginning to morning ta see tho mainor northern j because the war is begicini to injure flood beneath the Cectian bridge traje It most not forgoten bow like a of maelsilToms completely the cdministration is in the giddylng td bshold As usual a crowd tanas Of the grew financiers and trua of people amused theroseiies by Katch j jomnanies ing the operation of those who on j TOch occaslona fish for driftwood Th MoffJ Trat Tbe Ttess eV TWIiWB WUh a Wolf An inhJbitant of La Cbabroulie a small in Dordognf Frauee had a terrfWto tracgle with a larse wolf or two nf The nutn was by howling round his bouse and undentood that t wolf come u they do wien driren by jj hunger the ol curreaef Jngglins Mr Ijl bis con istref clique ire deavornn 13 tusa tarouga oasreat antladds The menace of this money tnurt to tha poliboil fortunes of mley and aad poU obrioai to tut   

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