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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - March 8, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                VOLUME xvm COBNING ADAMS COUNTY IOWA TH1DBSDAY MARCH 819fliO NUMBER 8 March Meet Me at Fishers Red Tag Sale T March 24 IN Senator Davis Favors Treating Island ia Maoy Bsspecs as a State SCEKS TO AMD PRESINT BILL other reptthteir leader will confer at Louisville tonight and on n date jfor tiie convention whirh will be hold ift Louisville n IVv days after th ad ijournment of the legislature 3 To Extend ImporUat IV Cotittuulloii Over tln Tar a Firltii i In th lnipiirl Other iXGTON Varch Senator utuui vouay offered an aluminum to the iurto kicaa bill in the sinan Its eftect ii to have tho tariff laws of the Lnitea OLCJ uppiicd u Porto Rico uiun We luipuiis but alios free iuue between the Uniu aiunj aoo iu vu Kito He also jt v a siciwu ao foiious a Oi tna the tol Ica of tiie cuustltulioa oi i ited states ntjy exicita eu applicable tu iutc KILO i shilil have to collect tuxes Uacs mipuL3 to pay Hie and pro iur ui3 common ueensu and U ihe Lliia States uut excises slutll tie United States No capitation or other direct tajt shai In mJ unless in poportion to the ctnTt or enumtraion herelnue d to he taken r duty shal ucgiven by any e Oi ievenue to cover those of bound to obliBcd to enter as follows enacted that all excises Imposed all duties injpots and e uniforn tbroughtJUt out yr snali tbe or nn dm sllu ue Cfai jiiv in The ami iametu Is And it s hereby i ti posts and dutie kvuil mid or collected by congress upon 1orio Itieo shall bo uniform with all dimes imposts nud excises laid and collected throughout the That uo capitation or other direct tax snail be laid by cousiess In or upon forto Rico unless m proportion to tne census or enumeration directed to ti taken by the constitution That no tax or duty oo laid on aiuiies exported from 1uito Kico That ro preference shall ut by ai leKiiiatiuu of n rev tcue to the purls of Knj union over those of fortu shali vessels bound to o ports o iijiy state o th obliged to enter clear 01 ill any port of Porto Rico1 Davis says hu amendment speaks for itself It extet s the con stitution over Port Kico and oy BO dc implies tnat U cannot be extended the Philippines or ithsr territories tfctpf by legislative action Foraker of Ohio gave notice of eilobfDftrninit Mitit MEMPHIS Tenn March 6I A Stephenson a traveling representative of the St Louis GobeDeiiioerat was shot and at this afternoon in the rotunda of the Pfauody hotel by Frank Williamson a deputy sheriff of Crittenden Arkansas The ciuse of the scooting is not known Stephenson had a difficulty vlth M F Kmbrey an old Memphis citizen onfl Williamson interfered and In the meleo WIllianiKon shot Stephenson in the aMnmen Williamson is under ar rest BRIEF Sioux City proposes to have another firn paiaco this year William Tressel a Burlington switchman terribly mangled by a freight train died frunt Ills injuries One thousand miners in tho Center ville district are OUL a strike They demand an ineivise of 20 per cent over tie last years saie Ihe CnOperative uociety deeiiieil to bring criminal actions rinier the liuycot law against the Iowa Iiiipienii nt Dealers association be ni refusal to sell the Rockwell sociciy goods ConriKi Houseman nf slipped and fell on the icy sid not to lies aft r homv he SflOUS inJ ird R H 1liltt ing a liarnt nii at months was tdiufl WedneSLlay death is unknoua hii it mon Ihli f that it h causes William Flamm IIP stici of for fllii Hie case snws of t young Fiamm on the iiif the daughter of Iec 1 y parties unknown ari rrrestcU on the c lather On triu BOERS ATTEMPT TO ESCAPE Kffortj Are Frugirattd aud 1100 Arc Placed ou atramen CAPETOWN March is re ported that the Boer prisoners while on the way from Paarueberg unsuc cessfully attempted to escape from the train Eleven hundred of Cronjes men have been placed temporarily on board the British steamers Mongolian and Ma nila In Table bay J ein yei are thrown oi of work Owinj to tinextremely MI orders Save been unus ually iuil mid the lias been running oniy nve dayi a ircek BITTLE R ffi PIGEONS AND THE CHINESE Af iROAMERICAN COUNCIL but was y hurt Soon incon Holil ut VVitBhlngiiit of lc1 nf tlio Eari WASHINGTON March im portant ccnfereiuje of representatve j AfroAmericans was held htre yestci j day at which the testing o the suff rage law legislation of the southern I states Louisiana was thor oughly discii cd Among those pres i ent were T Tiioiniis Fortune of j York ciaairman of the executive mittee of the national AfroAmericar council Mr lawson o New Jer sey chiiirmm uf the jcommitree pi sintatlve Wiiit iTennessee nias L o Vir ginia Mr in tiiae editor of the t ldvard Cooper editor c Hi Colored Lon iiiy irof wiiliam II Richards ni iie of Howard Prof Bnue Evans and ointrs Time nt in WINNIPEG Stan March Hllkoff vJio wiis iisirumental ia bringing the DicUobars to the north V7esi hawilutu 10 Immisrant Com miri to say thia large Turrl1 tf from Hiii uxios to jjrae cut tc set tle ii the Canadian northwest Mc Cn has alsn advices that 30u set tit fom Ohio vtil come here in the Uonuin not a whole oration iy ins 3 shes simply the P Iroops Ufcaer teneral Freucj Eiciranter df Wis c 0fjatein CENSOR WAS DISPATCHES agreed that Jones may be aiiowed bail without the examination 01 wit nesses The county prosecutor would not consent to bail for Wtitaker and ill make a fight to tiold him 10 the i April grand jury without bail I u r they like SAN FRANCISCO Jfarch The fceeps fjjrs 3t EVOT in rock helpless wiilt United States transport Warren kitefiying they fiat little hooks to their nopoly has robbed lies Some of with a deep sense at the great wrong that has blighted all their hope and dsrkenrd all their fuure with a deep wrang that has STONES OF INFAMY the blighted all their and darkened Crime rbt AM Etgrr for Clrollng au their fuure with a deep ta Anclsot The Chinese have made pigeon flying I at the great wrong that has Stirae stones of Genoa tell of treach cojIng iramo that it is clause driven them off fom the highways of ery and crime and as stones of infaray any kind cf jibying for the country and chained them to th lh ed here tcdsy from Manila via Hong kite strings an1 try to pui in each Kong Guam and Honolulu On board others kites and count it fair to keep ay ki hilt d nto tbai i in Nurtli They tell you that IrlH or a are we believe peculiar lo Oeson rei mo They boiong to later and mjrc iegea of erate times taan those o tbe ntble these hive been driven to the grave Dorias and tiieir victories Here is of a suicide cr to the insane asylum one inscription en a pillar in the Via but there ait left to keep tie del Campo In infamous memory of TIIIIfor Specitlatio CHANCE FOR LOTS Of TALK Porto Rirn GERMAN rtAj tr ANCLOPIIID been conductI iie several i hi shop v his f thf com iti3 to natural t BERLIN cial i today press o busiui Britni rirmuel Lee erais and damages declaring th arrest of than sone of shoot1 The ai ie was shot of a private Flamm was vaal received Boer repuhlie nt of the girls e case ho was sued alUigeth i cards to Boers i The writer of these figures represented the total eral force at that time it of the iwLU nor irom the union he pay duties Train Xo 4 the fist mail on tho Chicago Milivrulee Paul rail way coMiiieil witii a ii extra freight nai y iulh engines wnHkii ND were lost The fireman Ijn the train leaped off and was hurt but not apparently dangerously Fred Cubl s a Je about 53 years of WJLI found a raile west ct Avoca beside the railroad track I from Caching this fltad witii a wound in the head from upon the which the brain was oozing Nothing definite IB known He had been drink ing heavily for days J M Ralya a Stoux City butcher has filed In the district court ft suit ngalnst Armour Co of Chicago calmlng damages in the sum of March in a strong artule t the Angophyljla the practice of nen and gen ii pisc sineraiy this iois mure harm on the authorily rom tbe nuiriijurg that iiu iiiuary 15 had is LJ identification rid leiter says mud Cumucj Bill Iu thi WASHINGTON March ques tion of seating Senator Quay the con ference on the currency bill and the Porto Rican government will divide the attention of the senate for the pres ent week By agreement the report on tiie currency bill will b voted upon at 4 oclock Tuesday and will have prac tically the undivided attention of thu senate until that time if ttere are sen ators who desire to speak upon it After Tuesday the Quuy resolution will lie the uppermost topic during the inornin hour each day gjid the Porto lill for the remainder of There nre still several speeches in be made on the Qua resolution those who are lo apeak beins Senators Spoouer Perkins and Carter IrvcriMe to Quay and s ii opposition ill will be debat Culberson iew will make 1et il on constitution Kelson ami suprort of il The if wi be t ion with this i e ct wiio iin charge o ore hi no hill and ilf Senator Burn The Porto ed at Turner and i argument ag grounds and ta loard quetij raised ii ure and i LOXDOX March York World and met ip turtle again yesterday A apa jeia iirih 10 the Worlds London in H F ProvostBattersiy j the ivar correspondent with j I ftn says i i JBERTS HEADQCAR j TERS itein Orange Free Suite j Marrh General French cavalry and mounted in fantry brigade reconuoifering to westivard today encountered tiie iloers in force occupying a tabie shapeil kopje The British cxchunfjed shcts with tiem the Uoers replying guns The dispatch is linfmished and hag Ien delayed by the censor in Cape town Dispatches from Dordrecht in ncrthern tape Colony say that Gen rra1 Brabant Brabants a of regular immured with colonial Mxiops his been ensas ail day long tmhty who a strons at Laj is quite bushiKiies nek nc the read from Dortile plans COL drecbt northwest lo Gen eral Brabant had mirhert all aight id toward rnsning Sosa after dailighr he came in touch with the Boers who had a strongly in the Warren are General Wheeler and his daughter Lieutenant Commander Brigp u S X Captain Johnuon U S V and several passengers The Warren made a stop of ten days at Guam to permit General Whesler to i luck So you is make an investigation of the govern and keiip the pigeon ment established there by Iieirtenant ou see thetpwn dandier pipe lines to which I have referred with their fans and Sird cages I Thcy tilcn xvrat 0 This Vmchero a man of low birth but ins the flocls an 1 their and I the courts when the conns faith and hattlt or for commercial Julius Caesar Vacchero aban trunse pigeon taat come to your liberty and equality They have nevor doned of men who for having conspired iace if given up takes your faltered but have buttled as best they i agaiast the republic with his head cut 1 tear the I could the means at their com off with his goods confiscated with Pm when jmand They first buiit the twentysix his banished and with his house destroyed expiated his wellearned their fans and rd cages they then found thai it was railway punishment in the year of grace 1638 KftPiNO HIS OWN COUNSH NotUigf rrom to lodl cnta What RpliurlB Doia LONDON March air of mys tfciy which covers the movements of the main British aimy in South Africa continues though whait information leaks through indicates that the cam paign is being carried on with steady progress There are now practically three British armies in the field one in the Free State one in Cape Colony the other in Natal All that is known about the first and nost important is that it 13 in close touch with a body of Boers estimated to number COOO men Speculation as to the direction id raetbod of General lSiid3y attrckirr the Boers i Roberts advare into the Free State failetl to hev Iof commerce 1 they had attempted themselves a pipe liu where commerce hoping praying that somewhere be irgidng the fine points iecoying them they went to vou guess that family has very HttlK to do with their rTn Co decoy strange pigeans pision mast first train their flocr j Ily in spir is to rise1 sterii in circles without Denying tron the home no Pigeons naturally i tigether in yond oul border3 uv nll find a land clef nvn wiiJ wheel j and a government vrerctneequil oot in Hocks before Jtrscg off to rigllts of the cuTer the highways o the country we hlve found it In the great German empire where ihe government owns controls the raiiways the poorest msn in Germany can ship a barrel of oil from one end wealthy aspired to high dignity in the the town and betray tie place the to Charles Emmanuel of Savoy and to massacre the Dow and leading no He ad his reward as the above Seds Chinese bcir birds iger for circling by keeping them Mr Chairman lint up in a wicker hoic built on the crouttd around the iIcrTj and they cure their birds of in by pett ing them with pebai they try to aiight anywhere eKpt ca one spot o Oernjany to th9 oths the ridgepole of te of facing th as chaps th S how The flock alight herein a bmfh and walk Generals Br raand the t while General I Boer force in end Clement trenched position The engagement anti advance was pushed with great vigor A heavy General Brahu CHICAGO 111 March visibility of calling a confeenc the officers throiislm Iniietl States to conaid wn merino of keeping the u mic amendments to the Porto Hcan bill D imposing a duty at 5 cents a pound COO alleged to be due on accountoVths on coffee chicory roota and chicory packing companys failure lo fulfill imported in 1orto Rico and to pre vent the importation Irom Porto Rico to the InileJ States of goods or prod ucts not actually of Porto Rican or CAPf Oil 1CH RISING BrllUh Ht Capetown FroclMiDB IIVT 111 Knar Itlu CAPETOWN March Alfred Minor has lulled the following clansition Uheroay Tho enemys foives havo TnadCil the coast of Prieikii Belts f Wl Whereas Many British subjects aave taken ip arms und Whereas It is nectissary to PTJ Invasion anr suppress rebellion ir tho o e Martial law is herebly proriii ied In uiirut5 Boer raiders are uncommonly active Jin the northwestern section of Cape Colony where they are stirring up the j enough to feed the 1 Dutch Martial law has been le in tho hojte of dscourapnp fjrmers still at their homes from joining any hostile movement the terms of a contract The Iowa Weslcyau university at Mount Pleasant proposes to raise an endowment fund cf 5150000 fimong tho Methodists of loivi lustaUoisjit payable in five years will be tsksn Thirty thousand dollars were raided last year and people rf Mount Pleas ant liavc recently given S3500 The JaLe jury ad journed liter liruiing thirty indict ments three or four titnei the usual number Of the thirty the majority TO fur Bambling some or bootlegging mil others for immoral conduct Thir teen pcrfons arc in the county jail to serve tirntences imposed by Judge Walter ISmith The Mansion Journal savs corn ap pears to befiettiii scarce iu Ihe coun try and that immense critic compara tively empty can be seen at all tbo railway It continues There docs not seem to be much more than stock thu is being baying Italy Rca1T Ml ROME March New York a blegraml Visoonti n er of foreign affairs an by LJepny I de Italy was ready to ofter rceilia tinu when the opportunity cornea but addled that the right moment had not yet arrived He express i Itays cor diii friendship for Kngbml iChamber of Deputies fattened Many farmers are from each other It was mat when it reached 25 rents lh crop would commence to move Tbs fact la developing that there is very little In the country to move Some two months ago a ijyerrold nostas declaration which pnduced sensation here daughter of Gus Pa her Fontanele svalloivcd a kerne which loiipcd lur windpipe finally drawn into nje of She strangled badly snd considerable for The doeiuis t corn and riualiy rhii yv The to Crcston where Xiavj iv Vej rnd the kerm i plainly itea near r corn i was iiinga 1 up lays the Bert Worklnt for Ivncittti WASHINGTON D C March Ablegram received at the star de lartttient today from Adeiher ray Jnited States consul at Preton ate that he is having no whatever in the full exercise toctions and is on excellent f Tloer officials who give him Tifortnation desired as to the condition British soldiers anil prisoners t Pretoria dl ble f hia ing oil down in the lungH It wa un wise to operate1 Tor it as 15 a possibility of it decaying and Ung coughed oii or that it may become en crusted in the lung and not cause much further trouble Tu E eetlon Lnirq CnnTntlon Ky March Ifor the state convention to in uj the war against the preseat elec laws in this and several other them states will be issued In the t day or two The Mramltce and Troops Ordered to Them From Crofrsitiff March A special Jrom Ariz s Rumors have here that g8 body of Yaqui Irdins are he e ior the Internationa line 0 e nave been issued by General Mor I to the commanding otlicer at Fori Huac huaca to hoid troops in reauiaeas for immediate field setvice to be used to repeal any attempt to cross thi lino into the United States s i eing urged Washington in angiwer to a 1 by Dr Rey nolds health commissioner here to Dr Walter Wyniaii surgeon general of the marine hospital service Dr Wymun saya the health commission ers suggestion that a national con ference be called to meet in April with his approval and will be considered In a if r to Surgeon General Stern berg txlay Dr Reynolds calls at tention t the if dead soldie which r constantly being brought back t states and suggests as a Drawt sainst taa nr dis ease e lly the bubonic plague that I tlce be discontinued As an r 11 of the danger thus in currc ileynoidn reports that tlie casket eently brought froai Luzon containing the body of a Chicu man who died on the ifiiAnd ipined ijy the family despi oriiers tc the con trary from the vir department and the sanitary oflic here HoiiMi Piim TriiHfe to WASHINGTON March the house Saturday the desk of Rp Eppes o who died last week was huiK vith ciepc and covered with a profusion of Hovers lilies roies and nations plain in his invo cation made feeing reference to ibr death of Mr Kppe A joint resolution was pasii 1 fur the acquisition of a ceniin vatinn of riant trees in Calilui ny one for extending tin jiii or irj a bridge across b iMiicmi rlxr at Vankton S D Hnnom for Jin Anicrlcnn Artlt PARIS March Lord been invited by the Volucc club to exhibit his black and white in its ercluve saloons The exhibition is to lie eTrely devoted to his work a most unusual honor Mr Weeks pictures consist mainly or original ions which in a New rl magazine several years ago in he was sent on an explor ing exo to Persian Turkesta with Theodore Child Senate I the bi1 to ae senate irii in some The lipinni proprintioi passed iurirr1 them ii crlr longed The lint except ton re Columbia liny cases The i Hobbins ease was exchanged particularly flank with the movement wi curing a line thu lines r T patches t The thirl a comparatively exception lirpension rolv k Kiiier i dtvote tili v which ir i to oeili on the Ahli Oti Fri rifli the right tank The Boors gradually retired before Hie British iihell tire ami evacuated Ihcir position The Boers had no gmis in act inn jmel the liritish were soon ibo ri iirts forward and taKe up their lOMtinn ii iae Boers trenches Tie Bons took up new poai ions or th the rifteriioa iirought up two ind made 9 licterniineii effort to retake She thiy had lest The Piist Miys Enliertg re turrrii in Osftmioin Friday afternoon At time JOiu or COOO Boers were in II the Doers have not mad it histy retreit the next news may be iiat rhuy are surrounded and with the ios a serious move liiii opposite and during nent can hard im expetteil from it this week When it will be ready to advance its niVementii must greatly depend upon I retreating B selves and t cideut of t wlifch at down to tbe eaves This s done to so carefully are brlnis any stranje pigeon ar ong them oaeil In Cape Colony flown within night of th in which ant and Clements com then scattered en tiie floor of the wicker house nre fed only sfter fiying ifor nnes they are lazy and Their food is sorghijr seed or com which their keepers isi 33 much work from them ss When subseauent to se is much flying and casing dowa ornmunications along to do they are usualiy fed with millet Free States railroads which is so small that it them o the Litest dis eaticg n long time without filling them aiKiist accomplished At other times their fooil is sorghum that in Natal is Eeed Corn is not very nooil for pig eons but they are so fond of it that pigeon keepers usually iliave it hand to call thern down whiiri al readyfed horns of the rrmy cre holds the main General Gatacre probably combine liloemfontein with guarding the right rn colonials This dependent producers and re America arc not only aiile to uvess fully compete with The Suniard company but in are esabifd to earn nattering jp3n their entire capital Give nntiona owner ship of the AnieriLjti whicii will insure us eijual rate and ve sooti give the people of their oil at competitive prces Then the people of America not lie to pay 40 per cent Jerii on Stann artl stoek 5i ir cent waller ajiita wji nigad to Sierve them a f per tilt upon the acruii of rvtd line to the ocean j inscription plainly shows Here to an is ree thinking j other of infamy To John Paul Balbi worst o ren a vile a clipper of goM ni nil an utterer of thief and an infamous extortioner or tribute iirclareJ a sti traitor for i public his sons prmcribfil be the this ti raised tj his sh i650 This en plot to betray the tmvri to K in the time of V I plot was discov feet his spare1 cf the hangrrii The third of Raphael deila Torre a by every artifice of other nita 1 0 Gf sans the rc Ionllsratfil his 1 in ihe he French to ff M labors one tell vile murderer an a pirate in hi end an enemy e curred for pou public punisir crimes was hanged o haw his houses detroy ing monument If loihsome V1 t thieves s a traitor who in the of the re less grea than his to he twice is property confis and his Through this last fjiiiy may his aame of our Tord of the British in nonh Cape Colony are I the north much distance the between them iisller As an in tsh main objective tntrnutlar is dearly outlined at Pretoria the elief of Mafeking by a force from the south may be expected day Ci Again India an i ciares ir THE GATES OF CiBHALTAR Q tarriine ov Il again the ia impotent to elic leviate it Subscriptions for are bcginnirs in ti Them I States and again corii hi I ta story tnat there ab of food in India or ine has been term by British WHERE COLD CROWS day will continue Tuesday and Veii nesday After it is disposed of the icntest from Will be taken up and probably wiil consume the remainder of the advancinK well except Gatacre Ha believes the Boers nre all out of the Rensburg aistrict and that Brabant is threatening them in front and rear Sn ihe Dordruist country He thinlta Gatacre can bold the Boers at Stock In both cases the majority has report Strora but tlle acta of 1econ against the sitting members who Kusance it force without result when are democrats and the house will probably sustain he reports so tha by the cud of the week the republi can majority ia tiie house will have been increased by two HOLOCAUST ON TflE BOWERY fcouts patrol could get all necessary inlormatiot He goes on to say Methuei his not been sent to Kim lierley with whole First division for nothing We may negt hsjir tiie railway is to FourterV1 Srrentaj Sii tn HODBa Barned nivtes Thtlr tivf 4 YORK March person were burned to death and three ured early this morning in a which occurred In a Eeverstory lodg ing house at 44 to 4S Liowery Iiie dead are CHARLES BUTT1K iO years olil JOHN CLARK 50 years old EDWARD DOVLE 35 rears old HENRY JACKSOV colored 33 years old STEPHEN CARNEY 75 years of age UNKNOWN MAN about 50 years old Martin tiurned also rei Walker pliahing it The unexp Dutch and i fighting bef toe aided by Quite the favorite sigh Gibraltar force on is thl dally at suncown for of aroomitle locking of the town gues The keeper of the keys looking very like a means lessened of the Cape Prisoner despite his uniform marches I v lined likelihwd of through the town in the center of a inj und the Basuj military guard preceded by a regi tribeis having it mental band which plays inspiring fa ich dis ry in Krudge against he Boers is regarded mUiatunes The kevs sine are borne aloft before him as an can discern is the enforced tempoj Britaia ln her rary inactivity of tlc Natal army an plime rallltary treasure On arriving insumce of which is contained Inthe at tll sates the guaris salute the dispatcher announcing that the Jnartlal strains strike upi with is onjy 170 miles froia Mafeking where all a well February 13 A Boer shows rJiat I the Boer force from hast retreated behind Biggarsberg The Eirers have ro chance iollecting more than 40 000 men for a decisive battle in the Free State except by complete abaci cltidt1 a war loan of betweon donment of Natal Roberts is not 000 and eiumding over a waiting at to make up his mind or for iHjuipment The proba olBSnn whlclittteniptrtf lo Inttrcept Heal of trltilirpli wbiile tie grMt the Boer retreat only succeeded In doora slowly swing to anl are solemn driving the enemy furtnor nortk3enly locked for tiie aight right Whites men according to the correspondent at Ladysmith will re quire a fortnights recuperation It is said on good authority that governments budget proposals in about turnand the procession marches back to the convent to deposit the keys In the governors keeping cDiiveying by its passage an assurance to the peo ple and garrison that they may rest in peace Once the gates are shut it were bility is movements are in prog iiss of whirh we hear nothing The present is 01 a moment for tion period of ten or twelve years It I easier for a camel io pass through the also anticipated that thi governmen eye of a needle than for any unaiithor issue or 1 treasury bonds not sen The r after from and T TroiiOvrr TIllcK j HAVANA March fruit liny which recently purchaser n mil 53 years old was lion acres land at Nipc paid i the face ani hands and to the deeds recorded ti i ties esamined and documents ill tuch a stati that it was ssfe to take as flrst diicovered shortly CTer Ino Prfrirtv A Cuban lawyer this morning said iSimllar cascs to this merely prevents American cupltal from coming to this island A reliable judiciary is needed sooner Governor General IN HANDS Of THE PRESIDENT 111 for rrv March sen e con on the Philippines hospital Edward ysars old was burned but ck Smoke was pouring indows of fifth floor rames were milking rapid progr The lodging house was cut up the Xcw CIilcit Iinywr Fant Tin CtnCAGO March Mavch 1 the Btirllngtoo rai road wil rit on a fast limrted trai iricngo and Denver Th dfs tance the llurlington is 105 rile and new schedule tiitii1 wii b hours and thirty min utes Leaving Chicago at 4 p train reach Denver the next alL erncon at GIO p m Eastbovni have Denver at a ri avriv ing in Chicago at p m Kuljlior Inn ClosK Doait NEW HAVEK Conn March The large rubber manufacturing plan cf tte L Candee Rubber cornpanj here was closed last worfe will resumed until April 1 FOR THE RED TAGS Something New LOOK FOR THE REQ TAGS RED TAG SALE Remember the Dates March 12 to 24 inclnsiye weeping reductions all through the store for these two weeks Our buyer the low prices made him on stuff which is coii advancing He bougtitin too quantities although at prices far below t Talue We have neither the capital to carry the stock nor the room to We moat do three months business in the red tags Arti tntetettt to close buyers will be priced with red tags and the red thick as red leaves on a maple tree in autumn Remember we are not away but we ABE offering values which you will be unable to dupli e next sax inonths MEET ME THERE f T T f 7TT PISHERS the Tiijs into and 132 rooms and ninety of these small Woods judiciary commission reports places were occupied when the fire tbe better for Cuba broke out Policemen ent in an alarm and burst into thf place to arouse the inmatei They notified WASHINGTON March Sena ill an anonymous letter which has been m eeived at the navy department Manila ThQ communication relate the night clerk who immediately rang torial charges are Contained tie alarms all over tiie house to the wrecking of the Charleston and sjerious statement tiiat cided the bill introduced b Senator S toner of Wisconsin for con trol eif Philippines Seratn edge chairman of the com mittee ris the report to the senate The is as follows That tvhen all Insurrection agains the sovereignty and authority of th United states in the Philippine is iauds acquired from Spain by th treaty concluded BL Paris en tb3 lot of December 189S shall have uee completely suppressed by the mllitar and can forces of the United State all military civil and judicial power necessary rmern the said island Ehall until provided by con grcss be vcttii in such person ane persons and shall be exercised in sue manner as the president of the United a States shall direct for maintaining aid protecting the inhabitants of sail liberty property and religion NAVY MUST ClEAIt OUT WASHINGTON March Robinson introduced a bill in tiie house providing for the paymakes the of a tas by the government upnumber of offlers of tbe vessel at tho on Indian lands held in trust where time of the disaster were under thij the same are located in organize influence of liquor The corrospon counties The bill provides in a gendent who furnishes the information cral way that the government shall claims to have verified the alletpitionil pay the same rate In the vay of taiea by diligent inquiry among the which lands of a similar character of the held by settlers pay for the support I imiii of the county It is Intended to in deiunify the respective counties NEW iORh March oThe Ham the necessary outlay to which burgAmerican line announces its they are put in the way if maintainprofits for lte year 1SS3 are 18000001 ing roads and bridges schools and marks an increase of 4000000 marks school houses located on these landa over the previous year The rinital trill however pay the same div island rran in of S per cent applying the to GAIVIiSTON Tex March J rcfuclns valce of its fist and Bryan i Sited quietly here Saturday A j few intimate friends called during the creased business it isVoposed at the night Mr Bryan will leave Sere tonext general loeeting of the company morrow noon for Austin where he will to increase capital from fi5OM000 I supply base asW a year past lemain for two weeks He will then tr 80000000 il to Nebraska to be present ac the Kate convention on March 19 ftnrgeontjeiitral WaoU Fort for n PrBt Moaic NEW YORK March treas ury department has notified the navy to step work and get its men awa from Tortngna by April 1 as Surgeon General Wyman of the marine hosplta service waa looking for a good dea of yellow fever and bubonic plague this s jraraer and had to use Fort Jef which cost as a pett The notification caused much sur prise for it was supposed the station would tie permanently as a naval Thats my birthday said Mr Bryan and I will be 40 yars of age Devrry AppeilB the Dprldjoli WASHINGTON March 5The ap his C011rt Light on the riillipirs sGTON Maich War I spiuii i has published some stalls1 WASHINGTON March tics of the Philippine commerce for the llas submitted to conereso a rec qnarttr of last year ending September ommendation that the eitra services 0 which throws new light cm War department em xport trade so tar It rebites to Poyes during the war with Spain to he United States It Is shown that forty an appronriaOoD aggiegat t Hie total exports of raw sugar mounting to crly an Coltcu Exchange IfEW March was grtat c this morni ths Cottaa ei wheo tbe call went to the United States while Japan Ed Great Britain aailj all of remainder Alio u to loot tobacco te exports of which were vained at 355463 the eiporti to tha Ui tatea were trifling in amsiznt Spain j o eleiren to taking the Uonl ahare AngaM eotHneU leading A I panic in the of the European LIMA Peru Martb Gilvoi thorti was reported The was a great Commerce eomtneiitiiig fctroggle amonK shorts a ve oriaily today upon t cUipitch from bciren here to get die little cotton at Washington announcing the waa for gale around the opening Later convocation of the Panama congren there was a reaction owing to weaker sys later cableiu At 11 a m the local Although Peru wiu the only South market grew yery latciteel American government not npreeented t the congreaa ahe will probably ba In this Intitanca and will taka art Samuon the fliirt acini to brtrnj ows a waa killed ia thi fall On Ittmt far ITiAKKFOBlT Ky March examining trliili of Hailaud WUlay ker of Snttar and Lee JQBM of awnty rsutwtM Ifl OOK with Goebnl la Gttlt Kaa March State Live StoclSanitary commission today represftf to Govsrnor Stanley that cattle shipped into ibraska and elsewhere ith The named are Colorado low inpesota Wisconsin Illinois Indiana Tennessee Ken Ohio Delaware New Jersey Cor cicut Illioele Island Vermrfnt Hew York New Hampshire and Maine ft ITCT for Durham Ilant CHARLOTTE N C March works cf the Blaekwfll IDurham To bacco company were opurated today 5 Hill as temporary H 3 Appointed lost Friday at jlon by Judge EUmcinton on ap of the majority of the stcck hoUT3 but the matter was not made Boblic TOHl IOSSES Of IUJLLf R Out Bn Arm of TcrcnCTTive ThoojKCd LONDON March C Winjtoi Churciiill describing the relief of LaLlysmith in a ditpatch nubliahmi by the Morning aajs It Jias been Effected at n ami of ap irar of 090 ifBcer tut loea in ta Chuund BulUrs revattd Hat of ualtlitf from F briur 14 to VI OKK ItiilKl 1S4 and i fl ized peirson to go into Gijraloir Even a belated officer returning from pig slickin5 beyond the lines would h con fronted by so many formalities and the necessity of Inconveniencing so high personages that hi would probably prefer to encounter the discomfort of a Spanish inn without whein generous peopUin thit loaded a fedt shii vitli f cd ytr in in ile black fur it eneourert d when enterirf Qucenstown rnlior three British sels bearing sway the riei harvest Irish labor hail produced on the The sjime government has ruled in the same spirit in both countries TSt most cemservative British cconomisti with those of other nations that the man who works has ttie first righl to live oft the products of his toil From India and from Ireand food lias always been exported to swell alien pockets while the pro dueers of the food have died bj hm dreds of thousands of This is government by A UlBCOTIirj A remarkable discovery has been made by Dr PeLera who has recently been excavating at Nippur an ancient city of Babylonia While the workmen were clearing away the debris from the walls of the temple Bel they dis covered In a hole which had been clos ed up with sundried bricks a large goose egg on a mat of reeds Why he egg was placed there is a mystery as it bas no connection with any known Babylonian custom Dr Pet ers thinks that It may be looked upon as a joke on tho part of one or more of the ancient workmen itna object of which will probably never be known The temple was built at a very re mote time probably in the reign of Akusgal B C or even earlier so that the egg Is over 4000 years old Room For All la One ronnty You can pnt aj the peapie in the world men women and children sav ige aud of them all of them in the state o Rhode Island and each will uvny iquare feet You can put them all he people of the world in Clvrry ount Nebraska and each individual prill have seventythree Knisurr et Vou can put al he pi cf the Every lire localities vj Lie tc grow eveiy year where fresh d yns previous metal arc i f y says Answers Or lict is ia the hf Canadian the spring floods aad beEehes of ic r river there are every year i siderabie i rod by a i diggers who make tiicii living out ol 1 the business But the mcst roncpi i ous and Iniewsiu ae or tins is to be sen neur tinpo nf in fluna Kr many centur st eiuh year sold ben Wiisher ri banks of coaie el on boh sides ol the River Han a 1 ic tJie of the auriferous distriL tlierit i an anciont vhic means Gold V SnriV Its subdivjutjie goii bearlng ground amons themselves an nually staking out t claims will partitions They j i royalty and appear to earn am a bare nJohn Chinanin an adept it Iry in and savin noffin Than nuai rive taring down millions of tons I 2nl which s charge both fine in flakes to a depth of six M rrn n the tanks of gravel It he that the gold is washed and it s said that seven men work abojt twenty tons of tbe pr dirt in a day in that prrt th United States rest of the Mississippi river live and be prosperous i they have practically all the things which the people of the world now enjoy We have room here in the Inited States for indefinite expansion WMR a Playmate of Ihci QBCCD There has lust died at Clapham Eag acd a somewhat Interesting charac er In the person of Mrs Middleton was well known throughout the ilstrict as havini In her younger days leen a playmate and close companion if her majesty the queen The old ady who at the time of her death had passed her hundredth birthday was urlng the early part of the century maid to one of the queens waiting and to converse freely f her recollections of her majestys hlldhooil with which she was closely associated and of which she retained ome very pleasant memories She was ecently the recipient of a substantial ift from her majesty on tie occasion f her birthday Tbej KDOW A prominent Cuban paper objects to the granting of franchises and exclu ilve rights to foreign investors and points to America ae an cxaniple of how monopoly ruins a country To our shame we confess that there js much meat in this Herald it Seattle AbliCKaA Rondfi Not BQUt for fn the sane of Antigua British Weil Indies about fifty bicycles aninng th population of 35dOO as against thst number of wheels a yejr ago All but four or five are of American manufacture and are owned liy natives The poverty of the people the which renders riding a iu and 4 p m almost im IHtf fvetially for whites and the condition of the roads lenij bttween the various points of re against an extensive use of UK v The method of road re piiring in Antirua is to spread on the ground a thick layer of stone cut to about double the size o a walnut leave it to be trodden down by passing ox carts of other teams or the barj feet or naiive pedestrians Slttinn Frrct Very many persons in tnkicg 11 seat O50 the edge of it only with tbe result j that fn a very short time tfcey seem j to be doubling up the hjad beudinsi man The singing men forward over the chest The iisies Sloctuf Man Eng has lost Its chief of re art thosewho preserveana method of sitting erect am in a grace re old Wast Country songs and ful position is to occupy the chair inoalUC lames Parsons was a hedgcv Some FolDts Abnat MeUtli Extreme cold increases the tenacity f pure metals and alloys and the igher the melting point of metal the tronger it is likely to be Tha is ccounted for by tbe statement that metals with high melting paints must ecessarily be coherent and tenacious Metals are composed of and IghmeHing point metals require an enormous amount of heat to drive siolecules apart ROCKBPBLLER8 WAY Bttroct from testimony of Hon IL Leckvood president American Aou Trnxt liaEue betore the iDduatrlil rom mlaslon Mr iiairmaii In the oil regions 1 Pennsylvania lived t set of men who have never bowed fte Baal Thuy lave contluniilly bat ed for their rlflits over tie rail ways of tbe country It has bean a loaf battle Many tiaem bnclrled the armor la 1872 been claimed by tile tiaail of deiitli Uem gum down befon the U und money of the Oil comjiaiiy Mauy of bwa baiiirtiotjl and raJucod to hedgev riTsion and a musician by na it is due to Parsons that the y ii possesses so mariy of its n and veraee He waa i inoughout the county ac Tne c Mnhine a title due to the ii years ago after an rtV be took and won a bet fort AifV position maintained liy the thr en singing until sun aid of a brace is forced and is secured rjsi j never the same by an injury done to some other part which not only has to support itself but aid in supporting parts not intend ed hence must in time iitself need aid from other sources and thus the mis chief goes on such a way that the lowest part of the j by spine or backbone touches tbe backltnr of the seat then by causing th ihoulcovr dera also to touch the back tr JWhole old body is erect and maintains i lf aotlKnv only without an effort but with n feel1 sh Ing of support relief and rest andjf that too without any zippreciable ef rise r twice CM of the A triking use of the Xrays is to be made in the case of two sisters joined Oruokanfft ID Tho names of habitual druukards an post5 in public places in Kenosha IWis rud the other day the common j coiindl passed ordinance providing I that habitual drunkards who have posted litve tintypes or photographs of themselves attached to the poster together in the same manner rnlt uniss the parties so posted celebrated Siamese twins These girls I arc nbe to pay for snid pbotographe were recently discovered in Brazil and then the relatives be required to stand Mt bau atJiWil to vath Kw Otai atmi IMid fw tMr fuml reached the age of ten years The the expecs examlnation with the Xrays Is to bo lives ilif made with a view to determining the cost whether hand joining two bodies can be severed by a surgicil operation If the bodies are Independent surgical treatment would be justifiable and pos sibly wccusfol bnt if there is an ac tnal between the two or ganinms Blieii a step is of coane oot In case there are no rela city is responsible for of the queltion Toilui nwwk Amongst the many foreign w9 jjuraoe their studies M Fraacb TutinnttiKi are anmtwf of fouuf wha an aeot Ui Paris and at the of th gol tan Thou Turkish studeuU are OB der ttn of one of most emi nent tluuuoiurles of Abtul Hkaild wko ttkn many of tie poUatatw at Iitaiy Bnda reiaitatloa from Us ditUM a Great laiaatin In oi tlM arts u4 A Fojy Alliance It is interesting to know that Cej Britain made to the United States 4 vigorous offer of a formal alliance as late as December last Lord Sosebfry 1s toe authority for the stateme It is a long time since so much talk of a Lhltif tag been heard in too heml uphirres with 110 mneb denial of it at tnte end of the line Mr Chamberiaia Mild in tiat than waa a anil Bowbtrr tbe month an oOMr alliance WM made nt tnsk iat Itat maOr wanMBt PfWhUmt atiott at It in OM Antrteaa   

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