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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - March 15, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                Meet March 12 Complete Submiwion the Onlj Terns England Has to Oifer UNCIE SAM AS AN INTERMEDIATE THE HACUalfarch Irislearn ed from a reliablesource that Cres dent Kruger through the consuls a ITetpns has appealed for the inter ventlon of the great In the Transvaal war and has also appealed to the governments or Bjglum K land Germany and Switzerland T Haj M Coniol at Pra Dl RBAN Monday Marcli 13 Transvaal having applied to Qet I mediation intervention In the war with Great Brim Germany jhas replied that it declines to inter in sj J I i IV J N LONDON March York Wortei promJie to lay all papers on the table of tho House of Commcas on the subject of peace proposals is taken in parliament ary circles to mean that the Incident M definitely closed by the refusal of England to enteialn the terms sug gested Beyond all question the dom inant sentiaent in this country is against accepting overtures unless tha Boes unconditionally surrender Tonight I asked Sir Charles Dilkc vliether he had heard that the Boers approached Lord Salisbury iiroigh Washington Very likely JM he but 1 have not heard iti icwever it Is no use Do you think mediation by the Inited States would be accepted No it would not There would bo use proposing it Diile is not a jingo and probably Ias his own views of certain conse quences to British rule in South Africa fiom the present war but he sees ram pant jingoism ail around him and does not think it o any avail to run counter to it The determination to overthrow the Boer republic is gaining strength vth eiery fresh success reported from Rob erts The large bulk of the liberal radicals are privately for peace but not ten out of 160 would dare say BO publicly The government in fact is suspected of being behind public sent naent in exacting punishment from the Boers and it dare not entertain peace proposals except on tne basis o tne Boers complete submission On that account it is expected that war win proceed and if th are forced to declare a policy tha depuration will only make th strur gle all the more bitter anil uvadly MKINLEY CONSENTS TO WASHINGTON is i reason to believe that the tniien kates government is U31DK its offices tii restore peac between Great Britait and the South African republics This nss not taken the shape of a proffsi of mediation That would be distinct ly repugnant to Great iiritaln and according to the rule of international has without exception gov erned the State department a the past could not be volunteered uy us uni it was known to be acceptable to both parties to the war But the United States might very properly serve as an Intermediary to transmit an appeal for pace and terms upon which peac can be se cured The United Stutes hs success fully served in this capacity In e past notably In the termination of the ChinaJapanese war and It is Ixiieved its good offices in this line are now be ded is well founded then Adelbeh United States consul to Pretoria tas been the instrument for transmitting to the British govern through the double Intervention je State department and Ambas ciuor Croate an application from Pres idents Kruger and Steyn to e In rmed as to tae tents upon whic WOT can be ended The racis i the case will bo fully developed day or two Lord Pauncefote called at thStat department late in the afternoon ari spent half an hour wiih Secretary 1 Hay If he was made acquainted with Me tenor of any communications rel ktive to peace that may have come from Pretoria yesterdav he gave no feign of the The officials of the department also maintained a reserve lespecting this subject that was im penetrable and all that could b ob tained from them was an injunction to await the developments of the neit twentyfour hours It is surmised from this thit the department is restrained from lUcu tng the subject by a regard fr hc diplomatic propriettee and t0ptilly became of the requirement the persons to whom a note is a1issed should be permitted to receive it be fore Its substances is made public In such case presuming that Choata re ceived a note only today it Is proba ble that he would not be able to inform China ultUAU Inocolitrrt frjm oe men Hjteedlly SAN FRANCISCO March 13At the Board of peciul meetiiiK Or tiir ixjara or Health held 10 consider the plague sit uation here were present besides th raembeis Dr Kinyoun federal Parties Promise Conflict in the Street Of Frankfort OfFICfRS ARE IN fEAR Or AHBEST anting officer Dr the United Status marine hospital service and Prof Armstrong of the University 1 Kinyoun reported that all of the animals at quarantine station on Angel island which were j inoculated uIth vims from the body r the Chinese who expired a few days 1 suspicious orcumstanceg ilini vrith tlie exception of the money and It i in a dying condition An auropsy on the rats and guinea showed that they hud developed symptoms of the genuine bubonic Plague After trussing the matter he board decide that the Chinese who died at lidi Dupont street had been afflicted with the plague A re quest was 100 volnnteora among mviners of the medical Ounrd Standu Ready to Prottct the Intention to Ai Gor Pardonn the 41leBcd Aluu or Ooetxl FRANKFORT Ky Mrch democrats and tfle republicans in Ken ucky are today for the flrst time ince the present political compilcaj tiiis avvimi acute foui uvidea Imo armed and organized factions Surrounding the cupitoi and state leg Red Tag Sale OVERFLOW tDBTiJiTiiT rTniSr L UR tivity which unusual number of overflowing and we are in move this vast stock in short order f What w n with an We say unhesitatingly we havt is the sun ac va iiiauiuai Piofesslon to make a housetohouse examination anil aid the board In thoroughly fuiriKaiing and disinfect ing the entire quarter A quarantine was not JeclaKl bin the board ad journed at early hour this roorniT u meet ai MM todny when it is pre dicted th EtonTir i taken The Boar of l3 that in tho Taylors islative building imd grounds around Governor home aro nearly LCj siac militia well provided with ammuiiii r while in the curridors of the Capita hotel ia which the democratic 5111 offices are located and i rue streets adjacent to that iulldlng are sixty special officers and the men and hoys of a militia company that was organ in Frankfort todav the nucleus of Governor Beckhams state guprd scores of heavily armed citi1 zcns partisans of the democratic claim ant Rumors reached the democratic lead ers today that an attempt vas to be made by the state militia to take Gov Mosiery 120 pairs Army Sox worth Cc per pair 5c We hatdie the Puritan and Des Moines hosiery and thiv ae 7o 1 b st6 Wity ow Gloves gloves at verir mail rrices at The Oveiflow Shirts Pants and Overalls jiccting Chinatown Its sanitary rln at once The trd Kril Lery L p every ory occu if wil Oinpany the physl iiee will rciidef wha can These Chinese far the work by the another case 0 will re arantine btu people the work oi with a vie to condition shall section win until all house will he pant inspect lie detailei n rians and th assistance will be siiniMi Six Pnm I ague devfli main free fre requested to ha lliunicfltion iiossin pected disiik Wlieu tKe action of the ljard was an exodus ircTii those who are iiloyed outside of the lined Sai e 1uaran J 11 Williamson president of the Board of Health says Regard the case ia question there is no cause for panic It may be sporadic and no others rany develop but if auli equent investigations show tuat ases follow the one mentioned I have reason to believe the Inspection list Inaugurated by the dipsrtmeni HI minlalie tb danger to such an little com i with the si learned of the i Health there Chinatown of ernor Beckham into and in side of an hour after thereport nas circulated a petition had been circu ated and signed hy the requisite num ber of men necessary 10 form a militia company The men will guard the Capital hotel all nigit against any pos sible attempt to arrest Governor Beck ham Only two days more remain for tae legislature to remain in session bat the developments of those v days are looked forward to njth ai uension by leaders of both sir demo cratic partisans say that chciild the militia attempt to Interfere ith the session of tho legislature persistent rumors of which have been in circula tion all day it wili le next to impos sible to avert bloodshed Th rpub Hcan officials howevr deny iiat such action has been even cunvjmplated say that the legislature will no Ladies Wrappers Ladies Skirts lln n Frankfort an citing a foot hold IE the city1 De moleste1 in any way That the re port is believed In democratic circles however is shown by the fact that advisability of holding the session in some other place than the auto house nas been under adviaruent and even a late hour tonight the question had not been fully usuled Several of the repubilrai members of the legislature left the ciy today presumably for their home IfXINGTON Ky March Sabbath day brought calm to tie storm which for throe hours on Sat urday night threatened to burst oTer Lexington The adopting of a disgulshy Davis Powers in order to get ont of cm tae x i iui LUC prioones et b who o some of their fricntfs matter for the priaones in thj opinion flNp lailor Made special bargain in these goods 1000 Suits for ioo 1200 Suits for Yoo llOSuits for7s See these the values will sur prise yoj Speciala o cent Worli Mens Work shins at loo 25e Ik laf Kin liae and there are none better They maJst the garawjits The Overflow the price ITe ftrarantes thcii Corsets irsrt licpartiaen but must du biller Jacksou piuple are and made us up a are oii to olfer iur urrtini Jelle Iaiiif1 r Mens Pants Mens lmts ilens Punts Caps Iti Iiiilies Skiits we any competition We hay hern at47 5T and Ubi tiicjies llercerized Shirts t Shoes A ifeatherweignt but a heavyweight in Ofct our prices Then we have Mens and Ladies Sacamer Underwear Ladiw m bonnets Ladies Neckwear Draperies Curtains NefeTlWUe Iace Curtains etc see eur line of Jewelry Specialties vulri 12 odd Lace Curtains used as samples in a wholesale bonse ami in slightly three times the price of 72c eih Thi very town A daail boy Tap for liH onivalues anil compare what cash will do ami you learn on what basis this store train favor every day Watch for the nice iviil The n that ini in iif Fine Neckwear Iron feature of our busi ness and me pay special at trillion u Our prices mist be pir cent cheaper and oiirstvles jrthe best Muslin Underwear Slneraljr mrc tha our p Oraniteware IOWA ITEMS Two old tfcHale and louse women Mrs Mrs Mary Shelly who lave been living by themselves in a on a farm near Clarion were fm matter expressiKi as to iseane from which t some doubt nature of the Chinese died he State department that he had de livered it to Lord Salisbury before to DUBLIN March nell sister of the late Ch Parnell publishes the Slnce the ntieen they ventii r rirn tii has now J lir token o1 dtsii to roe thi be idenf South A of thif whose i prou I suggest that those who rain from wearing tho should dip it into the ink dishonor is wiped out nna Par Stewart us letter ish sol pmishpd i P prr tij shamrock J tiif u wear it as a if it raems nah who ilc in wish to vlth the torils ol i should take ilt to their iiulc plan humbleness mgti hav from the quen mpross re the 14 War LOBH Iort Than Takrn NDOK March 13The subscnp list for the Khakis otherwise the sh war Joan of i 50000000 closed he town tonight and will close for country tomorrow Jt Is under d ilzt the Joan was covered twen mes in rt Truii NEWARK 1 persons a nl whom were liildren were to death in a tnement houip ri Morris and Four tenth avfniieis about 5 oclock this nicrning Thiriesiioilies were recov uil from tin rule within three hours rue flames hd been extinguished hbuilding va a hriestory frame here they explain that they did sci acrely to get away from the local Goefael In nuences vhlcl the allege would work to their deLrlmer inK a far trial Both taclily now that in this they may have r2d mis takes as both strongly rsa rh in nocence of any connection the murder of Goebel and tha they have no fear whatever a to found dead by lie neighbors The in dications are that they had dcul days Tfr coroners verdict was to the effect That both deaths were i ine to old age Roy Youiiio of peared from hs horns February 27 was found at Schaller wandering around in a semiunconscious condi tion He had several severe braises on his brad but was not able to tell when r received them or A man named Creighton who near Dows was recently bitten bv i hog which was supposed to tuive bviin mad For a time his lift waa pairel of lit appliciitjon of a madstone is saldjio be irorkirr recovery Oskaiotsa his rid the trio For j tglic In the THE OVERFLOW CORNING IOWA Moris Suspends tncle Sam Notions at The Overflow Finfilk Iriik re loiil Uruslioj wurtii up to c ii Jioois and ICycs iidoz for iIjtovTHi Armlets nair ttrinc Soaji Iumliination Shoe Dresiifiit your Three nv Oi Piicos f SAY U JTS All DAY iritlsli Trample AI Barrirra ID Fffrt to JKench DR1EFONTEIN Mirch UVE STOCK AND PRODUCE i was occupied flgiting I Boers of lii I BERLIX Varch The Reichstag today adopted s aro 7 of i Scnvrt Mrkt j the meat bill witoui debate The Reichstag afier a sotncwtat j SOUTH what the The j heated deijate started bj the i Slieets up in EOH some time every tramp n come a i he was found republican attorney called on 1hr oners today and was clostpc viii several hours He wil in whatever legal steps Both men are very ca m and further statementto make a th out where he been during the time he twecn his lisappjarance and the time Lhinm en i no v h at was given out last nightJudge Denny said tonight thnt he are not averse to going to nkfort but they would like to have ments made to try their cases here This cannot he done eicept to a writ of habeas corpus ivhic likely to be sought in this cas ire slructiire formn WASHINGTON March 12K sentativa Hepburn of Iowa in trot a bill providing that ro picture or de scription of any prize fight or pugil istic encounter or any proposal Of betting on a fight shall oe tramsnrtted used as church m Y Dr Appleby of Belmond has been released from the Iniane asylum and has returned with tii3 announced in tention of resuming the practice of medicine Pie is the man who in a fl of insanity Look a babe from Its mothers arms and dashed its brains out against the walls of the room to woI the One oat ca tae For a time labor ol this kind was sufficient to clean up tix bit trampi now give the town a wile berth The virtues of a madstone are tested it the case of Mr Cretghton a ji twelve miles S the adviacing in three poviiing To to thelnation of Pigs rter slauc LIVS STOCK SOUTH OMAHA iianh ilCATTLE cowa htifsis ill demand Some uemnnd for sliicKers ti yar1s A anil who farmer ir iug near Dows and was liip by a hog supposed to beer Taring from hydrophobia s ago Creighton while feed ing swine was attacked anti si verely bitten by one of the drove For awhile no evil effets bejom a pain ful womd were noticed A week cr two later however symptomsi of Mood poison and hydrophia set in and the Despondent over nnancial troubles i patient became affected mentally Edward Stubbs a railroad machinist i the madstone is being applied and he living at Council jiuffs decided to end said to be improving tjS Mfft anrl his life and rying out his send a bii aim ceeded chest attendins declare would LU prove sirio bullet entered about an intfation of car iaipcse attempted t rcmgh his heart His is poor and he suc posted in strenurn on the ridges connectins severs where the The arti morning era Fre Porter The fir handled a task hri General i severarp get had rGiinted began t S oclock ii the duel Gen r am General pjtci our guns than they had expected with ilucge pr oved altogether six miles trying to find a means to iil C Moflett of baak at 111 btaiuv kiiier K nefro bedroom cary riii710 tlty of stolen vaiiriihlrt the boily o the uvc nn beta identiSed Lui i been a iirofessicnal crook LOXDOX Mar Tie last shot lut transformed engafied ln interstate commerce with small IOOUIH scarficly eight byl er anewsPaPer a periodical bv I ten feet in dimraions openinglnto a narrow halvy on both the second and third Moors tormlng a veritable or any other form Any person send ing or knowingly receiving sucA mat ter for transmission is made liable to ClaltDM Treaty la ns ASHINGTON March 13Final of the Chilian claims were exchanged at ho state de by Secretary Hay for es snd Minuter Moreno Chile The treat having en previously ratified by the United stes senate and by the Chilian con1 is therefore now opnratlve This I jtment today jliUnited for Chi provides for the adjudica ion of seventeen claims in behalf of United States and two side of Chile all claims fire trap This is right in the heart not exceeding one year of the Italian district and the creatpit Dr ne not JlwiO wit fclCttteSl tQf t Clirtoji county has made another movement in the Interest of good roN Car the ccjnty At the Marcli session of the board of supervisors which has just closed j the infantry transferred from the countv to the Doers woi road fund This In additioit o the i regular road tax wil lirake a larw icfl of thi heart and lodged against turn for the Improvement of tif hieh ways b At the preliminary hearing m Ciiar i iton Thomas Tuttle and Gus SandhaJ wealthy farmer in I were ltId to the grand Jury for their to Castardly attempt on the life of Anna Kenning The young womans eVl 7asconclusive and Tuttle re but the Boers follcvtJ snaritzbiirg comspondent of the Dai Hb The fact that Htubls isetl a small revolver of 22fumer probably saved his life Ernest Msycr Rutland tov was brought Sious City anj placed in pail to un swer the ciurge of murderia Meanwhile tie Sixth division of in importere atuched m the ae prolongatio cf enemy to retire Had mith Is afforded abe to move faster deserted Bwr iirve been enreioped president nred at p m of the iail of the by Iretoria to the siege of Lady Iv a if tier founS in raaip by fo ricta and danl Jm ilnV were ing at teir hcn5s and CKKAGO 1IVK STOCK CHICAGO II M Butchers ttLi tlves gciotl to poor COWS fiiory Uien Hag in different ppiacislands what it means here The 3S here nieaus the right o hcduty of eibjects Jt i rf trial by tjCre by if re participation in government hei iasation wlthoat representation Vhat defense can be given for It heard three First a financial because ihiro is aoney in it sia ti nil a religions 5od is in third 1 ijjiical argf vfET wf are in 4tj caat mt If you tould show what it woujd io conquor and hold in S00000 Malays 7000 miiP5 from our shofs scattered over 2riO slands living under n tropical sun Sfhting for the protection of jungles you cnuld not that we would ever pet back enough o cover the expense The ipect upon tie war of cmiiiaest wll ofspent by all the people The moncv flat cotaea back will COmcTo syndi ates organized to expioi the is Jennings Bryan ini eicitement prevailed AbHndoim the Tin Tiso that the act shall not apply to any person engaged in the preiara pubiicatlon or of such pro hibitive newspaper periodical or plc ue an uttle re trotherlnlav Christ Bauer Meyers Pfated his assertion that he was hired ana his motherinlaw Mrs Dora Bnu by Samlhal to assist in the crimp Two PreBldeutii RST 13Mrs Hugo d Sre Bathe better known as Airs Iangtry will not give the afternoon tea and concert that has been proposed for the benefit ot wounded British diers in South Africa Her bus manager C H Hamilton states that m A her health will not permit the extra and y the Boer I i BovRmmpnt work that would be necessary to such a function fp the Irtih riar LONDON March lord mayor A J Newton has directed that I the Irish flag be hoisted over the Man aad was stabbd in the teck dying il Eost instantly At the closing session of tne Bran annual conference of the Unitarians o Iowa In Sioux City it wns decided lo establish a summer school at Lake Oltoboji and regular headquarters in government i Des Moines This wil harfllv bo doae President Kruger and President I Tear however so far as Lake Ok Hteyn have wired to Lord s concerned Heretofore peace proposals on condition ihinthe the headquarters nave becn in the following dis patch from Pretorla ley Forge She came here Dftysix years ago vonimjasion of which were sion hoise on St Patricks days In to be original Chilian claims recognition of the bravery of the Irisl I troops in South Africa independence of the tvci republics ba respected anfl the rebel colonial am nestied Yesterday the foreign consuls were culled into conference and were re quested to invite the intervention of the powers they represented in order to prevent further bloodshed THE RIGHT PLACE 1 TO BIFY R the genls of the carpet in United O W A Co We biiDdlecl their line Utt fall with pride to our mtitfied carpal NoL u milfit anaititfditar aajml The firtt lot of tha new spring wunplea it in of 78 now from 26c to 4125 yon iini it poiicj to rxanine into cur claim tjmi we jtn aattj on any fruit of carpet which you wish to JlMlhl oountjr to frm nmke a npeciilty chada onrtaini FISHERS Mew RnWtx Cartel u lelie Spjt KTfcts HAVRE March police have seized at the office of the American European Express company a num ber of packages including a large trunk addressed to an American re ilding in New York but are eald to belong to the alleged spy I medical fratornitv nl Waterloo Adolph Des Moines it was without the general action of the association The three appraisers that were ap pointed by the auditor of Harrison county to appraise the amount of dam ngss dona by the Allen creek finished work last week and found the amount of damages to be Tie amount asked for by the various farmers through whose land the said ditch rLns amounted to f 13000 the ditch Is thirteen milea long TWO HUNDRED INDIANS FALL Hand of the Mmtaa Smlton HttmTllj Yaqai Trllxi AUSTIN Tex March special from Potato Mexico says that during four days ending on Friday YaquI Indiana and the Mexican troops had four engagements near Cocorit Mex ico The Mexican troops are endeav oring to force their way through this section of the country so as to keep a roadway between Torin and that point open for travel There are a great many Indians known to bo in this Im IEAVISG fOBNOME Late news from Vome confirms the re ports of the richness of the district and announces new finds in the inter ior but lack of fuel prohibits these being worked in winter Typhoid fever has appeared with increasing mor tality In the revenue from Ship of Representative or jSoTbuTcVr Tiw the committee and it s to consider this numerous bills and resolutions rela tive to which hav been otfer ed Mr Ray has not yt named the members of the special committee permly for the yeais plarei at J100 a licenses are worth J25M for IVar March nis ty quick te y ea mediate section and it is ertdeat that a mines the gold per annjn are still up The applicants for the iar loin commenced profits nn drugs are placed at MO per at die Bank of England cent groceries LOD per ceaf hard ware VA per cent is worth 3100 a barrel and whisky from fij to SSO per gallon Owing tt flooding of the may kept alleged Philip formerly an offlcia in the French ministry of marine who re The strange cer cf a man in average health receiving all his nourishment and food through a silver tube directly Into the stomach is intercsung the very strong force will have to be pat down It is stimaed that u into the field at once to sppppress tie i and f3oOMuw will uprifinjs Tprise the The engagements of the four days I trlet mentioned resulted very disastrously lor the Indians RX in the neighborhood i Voilenweidcviivini at Waterloo ha3 returned from Chic where the disappeared after bdng aceratlon of inserticg tne tube was per cused of offering to supply to Great formed to keep him from starving to Britain for money a French death The operation was entirely and also informal aa he fle to have as to the movements of Boer agents In Eurow successful and Mr Vollenwelder ex pcrinees ntle discomfort c taking hir jneals throngl thi Uttle silver tube although elabonite menu has no temptation for him of an ittomey ol trom t Dlnnlooi or Cotan Olcln An American girl who made a visit to recently was Etruck by tie In by tha Cnbas They not coniilderec proper except for exj Irlni tram shock treanely young girls Danciag is one The of Mankall county proi of the few pastlmen in whlcb they ea to take to better joy themselves and concerts il tect themsclTes ffbm a certain ways well attended by the younh claas that can no accompanied by their atwanas On sa sportamen A of 200 are kt to have heen tilled nd possibly ijre The Mexican troops suffer very little loss ot lif though siime uve soldiers wer wounded Ail njagemente were i the natuire or skirrishes lasting onl a few hours hen the Indians woul rttire The ijwit tiat the Maya Indians hav tokim to the warpath axid ar alni the troops a grelit deal give riae lo giave snvjises as to how lor H will lake to bring the uprising to termination I feared that un also l both of tlie lieas are brought in xati misilon IOCD they wlU jolln fcirnea A special Ortte of So cora ti thii cCect that at Friday re tjxere of a lalotxljr on equal ncmlwr of t an ci tcftdav The lolls flight oniEs io their iplendid lortii j CfltfOD llCIJDR CDSCOIlBed tXhlnH it wal M ban takes his family for a drive around f S the Pradu when the wocen vie with each other la displaying the TrUmat Tbe of T C Buid T B t v th A B baT the city of Crerton foi n0118 Cif their beiid oi1 u number were seen to firtl ke br a Tte dKT ii bitod coat k4 wtai tlito nolarHc tki tU Wwtta Yaqiita ire now feooa CiaaytMi tt of th city and which waa vnxfun lOCK 1 ed th ing arfcii the r aad the va other banks iJere prospectuses were obuiinable iDimediately alter they were opened sainniay ana a steady suuam c continued throughou the day AI scs and eonditiocs of persons sere fiicsenf silk hatted financJeTE fire farl mers clerks governesses and thrifty representatives of all class They i j appeared anxious to stuff theb money into Brittanias pcckets ami i is es I limated that the loan was oversab nc nous of lords today askj scribed within two boJrs after the timj Tvernnisnt waat steps arc be tile opening of the banks to iastei the Delagoa ay i output for the Dawson lis AGo AND 1ROiicE SftSHrf NL yrflo KO 2 white with tie possesion of oihera Of having tha interfericg with you You imm look upon tie earth as a privai tltr iJecaiLse you havp been educa avr ted to it from childhood It is absuni ind causes the workers tho fshers t up s part of their labr to ihoa who neitter fish nor catch bait Oj and so long as the millions who do ie work are filing to TOppor lawj Jiat make them keep up the few to idleness tlie few will be pleased I them do it and will Insist But why such a goose is rtat cr Mil arh Wen TORK IJKAIN YORK Mroii pioceedinss and wtietiier is prepared to join the railed SJites in pressing for an imiKiate award The premier Lord Salisbiry replying agreed that lie delay most lamentable Continn Ing tie premier said he frankly aa mil J that the government cmmues of ukics action was rery snail Tk dsitr woi very mifortnnaw not onlj Jn its bearing on the fortunteg ol tlu litigants but in the discredit whlii n upon tte principle oir arbitra tion SHEL00N JAMS FOSStSSION S tbr IHOcbl Erty j of NEW HA VEX Mareh ueririces for tho kite I Plieks exaioiitcr to EajUad vera ied tcriy in Bnttel chapel Dr Tim ithy Dulght tbtfmieraJ The colepe choir wag two I noil t J I pUiin coffin carried nto thi chapel OB llw okaMen seniors oil tht Wdifa fold fraternity of wktefc frat OB honor CORXOptions OKnul ity with wheut or IIKht conn of lltht iri TOPKV Kan March C 3L Sheldon who edits the Topeka ital this week was at the of the laper at Snilf past ii oclock morning aiid made a Siurriecl inspec tioD ol the vtofityas dspaiijuents At 10 oclock h liad a conference with the I visitias correipoademts proroisinit give thm swch information as kv coaid I Ktsim EBJ An eminent meiiul t j when used in sptaJciiciz f the huauui FBANEFI3RT Kyi March ttm not a flsnre The lialr Is oubioet of GciveraoiWilliaai E tad Innnencal by nlmost ivery Mi As bad as ia the republican finan northwest lal bill as a whole there is one section hat alone woulid make it the most in amous measure that ever aa American iongrftss enacted into law The i Jon tha we refer to is that whih on upon the awetary of the i ie right to issue and sell boadi or whenever he deemd it ae is a right that is not often to the master of finance In plvillred gcvenimen on the face of j the earth Thfe bond business ij f 3lme It is a mortgage upaa a com ing generation who are compelled to meel to the yofce of serritnde uy gut Jtory provision enacted my their tiler ing ancestors The mortgaging of a people wlthont their consent is more rillainons than highway rdbfcery for ander this plan there is no or brntai courage renairedln tie victors to I Kan Xo 3 f 3iV main whose Del wn tbtit iFerncim from the chapel where tlnqr Isare unite guard ince S aod tnriled 1 plot ol groulii of Hie brow of hill mti The tiiricf caailsttBii simiily of haman ulnd antl nl hair ot wkieh he has treated ra te claims in quite looks feels and is Alter a OT a pj u iHeril Urs of the v Bntal itcdf or bod ia a body The tlr sxerdM HrihWi Cijunp Clark ku the tariff Mpe UK MM for tknmbli tenon hare kwt feat of itiitarty t that On tattf moil ttFMta NMhtoe M u te to ttat ilwt taaINvjk   

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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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