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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - March 22, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                Ciiratot Preliminary TO THE EASTER RUSH let us whispur a in rour car wiiich you w 1 do well to heed Mncc coming four years igo it bus ccnUatit endeavor to omul up abHSintsiiioa tbe satisfactory carry notbinc hut dc iov a little loner tlwii our competitors If an ariiclo of parlicuinr merit is placed on he iniirkct we rry to have It llrct unil If ivo can for the extiliislre agency we do it In this ivay we arc cnnblcl to oflr inconipnriibltj Underwear Hosiery GJovr and Shoe de NEXT 1VKEK Dress Goods Opening tellng all tin new shades ttnd weaves No unisic no couvtnires but an emer unment of pricea 11 Ml IS Coinpiiie iuint of the popular crepe plaids fr waitta and cuilil rcnV ilreMis 1iTviiril is m ON 25C New Idea Patterns Said to Exist at Many in the Philippines UlfflCULTIES MAINLY AT MANILA of the at Ihe Flllboter Arm from SpnnUli UeslleiiU lu OQB Troviucfc fealil Aid MANILA March 0is Manila the most trouble cme center in the situation todaj Junta here in conjanc vi tht in Hong Kan if grow military authoritiw have been oreii to put a stup to Mabiris irrse with the pnl Thu local and reign press tcnsiriis his recent ut s caliMilated n irite the Fil to a continucii iv r and pixj jicial to Iiores who has y he iomeis trus that he r d to come to Mani i rouJiol He V ispiratioti vliLl ia the iicld and i siona ation r VTHUBSDAY MARCH 221900 BRIEf NEWS OF NUMBER 10 Relief for Porto Rico Pollpoued by Bis agreement in Congrats I Dubuque had si fire last week in which losses loted up 25OUO G K Atkins ol Des Moines brake man on the Chicago Great Western rail was killed at Beverly Mo wfiile coupling cars Patrick F Nustent of Ft Dodge and Hilton ot Urbana have beec admitted lo praclice before the Interior I department in Washington The comptroller of the currency has approved the application for authority to organize the First National Bank of navton with a capital of V Fo d of Missouri Valluy la engaged in carrying a piece of timrv mm a ladder the Sioux I WASHINGTON March 2uThc i ifii railvay at that i i toa refused to concur in the dislocated his shoulder I amendments to the Jorto ntons iig elevator containi Tho llemocrats supported an of wheat and othe i nei this foiianon i up HOUSE FA11S TO CONCUR j U1II Sent to CmlVr Woaila Continue Co i Ifii BeTCilacB Back to Tnas y In Wmiliiliistoii PRICE CUTTER ie C D ing rJOui grain loss is net insnrancv Icss Justir c chanal eijirjaisd but is heavy The will not covor tbe Ferri of Sioux City Cis McChrysta who vaa liCrc o Aineriran not have Spain were the linnea ivtiiated him to concur on toe ground that it would avoid furthcdelay in Wending relief to the inhabitants ol the Island but the republicans sttmd firmly behind Chairman Cannon la his demand that the houseshould Insist upon its original provision to appro priate nnt only My competitors say I am a price I am rnining the trade Wei von see I T They live wth the consolation that I will soon break up adlhat the nltele h P n nient Store will be gone forever They dont see how I n sell at such ures and my bills and plank down he cash for the goods the manufactures seen fo be dell el o and I turn hand these good things to my many customers whom I thank for the d tl iou luc opieiiuiu le aliui ind lo PIOVJCI an niri over to the grand jury C E Gratton engineer in charse of I he construction of the Fort Dodge I black and lil ill lonj ivi nidiuni ui and the neiv short walsl high bust or bust a nurfing iu drab nt eich Aleet Me There FISHERS tr Week Red Taj Sale PROFESSIONAL C4KDS IV 0 MITCHELL Attorney at Law IVill practice in til the cairrta of Iowa VlLMUtTH Attorney at Law uver Andrews ClotlllDg Hound fOKNTSO IOWA cli in a courH pccul lltontlon j M il MRYEKKOKK Attorney at Law prBiMinll courU Specll mention ocoilwiiiii ifaltmrotof eiutn iirl ml uuim OlSce rxna 1 fail Bejmei blk UUlPE K STAVLKY Stanley Stanley CosMMi loiVA I 1 II SKVAXT M 0 Physician and Surgeon oaicc Hi JSoymor KNINU IOWA Will auoim tromptlj all callfl day Of night Hty Uisidtllcoal KkCOti Hotel M K IOTTER Physician and Surgeon Office over Polteri drug ttore rieniden one block est of Sliafers marble worka TO WASHINGTON FOR TAYLOR Mi LOriSVlLIE fuo or on tertaineii i Taylor and that they hau i purely usits hud nj They spent tin both received mnier their political tiul pen Governor Jylor a among the n an are very flosfnuitlirl of the lil v Ihe Port II itiinett and Collector ti Internal Ufciine left for ton last after their con wfih Taylr rlotllit it has lo dci administrations i late officers en their uiipoM TOSitions until i reme court 111 The weie on though is rails from fial friends party leaders as to tlie na iiich Surveyor there is little filli the national 0irnltlon of the latter do not hold on to their I nited States D H GUKGOHY Physician and Surgeon Office in Widcner lilock Kesiileuce three blocks weat ol Iindi11 hotei pHAS HENRY V Physician and Surgeon lor of their They do not in tale buildings i JKion by the sin hat court il I g of the na1 toward i Tilt povon rcuit court icU i cxp ourt or ap ill be fore lhat Yr return io cil upon the qnea hold tnein ind to surrender tha A miiiihf gent Luzon race in Manila Som placed uiilr arrest lint thus lir ivc noi bprn with Louis Inail nf the firm of Louis Spitzrl Co contractors to the Chinese JIIT niiimcm nr n HUSpivtcil filibuster from Hong KOIIK 10 Manila last vas temporarily detained in on U h upon goo1 authoniy tliat three arms and ammunition lirnr bren landed on tli iaat inati r m Cap tain Taylor of the Thirtynirih regi ment ouiituivd tivcly v Miiufrs near Calanio arv current hr rebel reorgmrizaunii in tii Morong tho insMip are said in i aaoiit Spanish re ints of this T10W in Miniia have bffir to return to their honifa lt ander the prorrction ot It Is also repnrlfil thru Ji organizing ir tlie pvirt tales under Brigands arc1 In the of they have murderer ind High have been coniiHittel nrir The Nueva infui heavily tarmersanu era with the result that business is paralyized and there is a general scarc ity of food The funds for maintain ing this guerilla warfare are collected from the various totvus of the ijand whether occupied by Americans or not including Manila In the province of Aibiy Ui hisur l vith the murder of John I Porto Hkun goods up to January i He held that McChryatiil had j hut ail subsequent money collected or blnrl j to IK collected The remainder of the i day vas devoted to District of Colum bia business mi mt luri uoune d i Moody of Massachusetts supported ires to vatcb I Omaha road has tendered a prom1 Cannons motion and said the conflict the question inen position in the de tDi two houses hajl absolutely notii partmeut of the Baltimore Ohio rail ma which ic has accejiter Mwan a yrung man in tho railroad shops at Cedar Rapids while porting down thrnush tin yajdt on jis was struck iy a Northwestern switch en xpoct to hut arc msin stanve the irlen of to tirem the rt riirisciHative inrair iliftiTciit parts of rmuliy hc8i in confer been tin1 others intcreftred air Sine Spir ililert img cut iu of active cf n leaders arc not rebels are or Zara iitrocitios isa where nativos r nuirders aihic r arc trn1 trad Corllrrrs at Fort reblied ci 5iM in caah and er kri Tir robhers ted an en iiriiih iKrricnt They ilhcn ihi oien r trap IILand oprli d the iiiiuiiiatloa on he safe The Kilum Inrited richt in the business hfari tle ity Thf ttirrl anniial Ifva rorfercice of Ciiv Coiictons will be helrl In Cf ids Jlarth V iS and 2U A bcen made to extend the scot v ork anil influence of this is expected that HiJ mect nno o the most iaiiiorlant i the state ny of Judgo Mrs ol Ojlialoosa air num iny I1 of the pifty Itlcn inff will 1 ever In Jolii Ben c i1 first iruvr trip i friend in the toys yrrsnq be reiiif Stair home soo II Ing 10 do with the ciuestlon of frer trade between the United States ata Porto Rico Will nonconcurrence not delay Uie I relief inquired Ball of Texas It may delay It an hour or a day replied Jloody butthcra will be no appreciable delay The essential thing 11 that ye on this side believe that the United States should not profit one dollar from the duties collected on Porto Rican goods1 McCleury of Minnesota in advocat I Ing Cunnons motion declared that the j Porto Rican tariff bill to treat tie people of the island better than the people 01 any terrftory of ithe Unit ed States wherever situated Cannon said words cheap Ac tion was the material thing His mo tion was designed to turn over to the Porto Ricans every dollar heretofore and hereafter collected A motion by iEcRae was to limit tlie appoprlation to tin money collected prirrr to January 1 1900 Cannon ridiculed the ilemwrats for harsh treat ment accorded Porto Rico in contrast with thetreatment accorder it by linteers is home from a iSf11 Tl9 Ilad hue caIgcJ he world MR 1 i i elr in two short years Now of the i itiis ami 1 ir Rapi jrt iof the GROCERIES Prunes good ones per pound OK The Oleander seeded raisins in one pound 15c article lOo Package coftee 2 packages for 25e Rice good quality per pound 4c First class rice per pound 7c Corn starch per package 4o Klondike baking powder 1lb can 10c Toothpicks good ones per package 3c Yeast Foam 40 Lewis lye per can 8c Crackers by he box fjc city but itrernained for Company F to give the a that will ever liy all vi railrfiii nfil in k willi tyiihoid t In rcsovcreil He atife of this im as soon as the Ivwill return yet full home e ness anil finished Texas Postmaster Treynor of Bluffs has received notice o particl vill arrive iiist tho tho i m vas ov in San fias not comes bus is ntlc to gents have censed l ncil ihe the Amer cans owing it is reported to a lack of ammunition but they continue rav pcstoffice department that on and after April 1 mail will be carried i no and shall the kindlicsgovernment en oarth j Gentiomen he talk is f cheap hero is action The house bill iwaa rijht Lot us stiek to t j The riotion to concur vrs lost 86 to i 16 a strict party vote except that Thayer rlemocrat cf voted Jith the republicans The mo tion to lionconcur then prevailed wlthou division The speaker ap pointed Carnon Moody and McRae Conferees on the part of the house In the senate of In diana offered the following substitute for the tariff suction of the Putto Rico bill All articlos coming into the United States from Porto Rico or fcinr into Porto Rico from the UniTfr iJcatesi shall be admitted free of cuty but this 41 cases just arrived of Graniteware Nickel and Copper Goods and Tinware right from tLe manufact urer This is a line of goods I am espec ially prond of Graniteware I get from the Bel laire Stamping Co of Harvey 111 Every piece is stamped j with their name and guaranteed by them in every respect You run no risk in i buying such goods If you want cheap i job lot stuff we cant supply you But if you want first class ware at a low price come and see us FCCORSETS MAKE American iSeauties F C very My Tinware records after a de aging the country by Lurninr aid loot i curt of appeals If Ing The nativesare tlrlns oi this rlnifSIR SJtiuSf turn ny i txeivUe townspeople of Legaspi Albay and ii Conzol are slovly returning to their j aiealE Ihomts of last I Major Allen of the Fortythird reg i iilievod Indent has nrn appoirted tary i ovtlie feel governor of tn island of s f Inhere Iikbati iiie former of j the rebels in Iccalhy is in of that city by the Illinois Central The now route has its tcimiri at Omaha and Tara In and is Vrwn to PACIfYIvc ill the ludge i it this ii 1j tiUii to the A cr uo mor 1 by the rt yior and Ie kliam will I Sit STATE the mountains i General Kohb ports in tiie Work 1 IIhe Tin r Bob has oifneil lliern part uf Lazon us of Sanar aurl Lyte the resul uf liich is to stimulate trade there although unly niuporarily Uve and apparently Owing to tbe political conihii ns of the last months protuc rumu lated during the iiiikaik Th will be shipped to Manila anil ii ii the ports will be empty Office in nj Htfsi Henrys drug stort lillild deucr Dale IIOUKC CUKNINJ t JOHNSTON Physician and Surgeon Will nuccr all calls pecial friun I the cyo Office In tho Mann lijlluiu Isi National Baiib T F KKADREAD Veterinary Surgeon NCWCOMB it COS YARD CQftNINQ IOWA ii auiQtloi glTeu to ail Chargu J Thompson M D of Coming Iowa has been bere 22 years auc USD never ailed to cure any he lisa been called to doctor Call bim if you want to get well He attends to ail kinds oi canes 1tf YES MONEY THIS BY To the iarniere of Adams sud adjoio counties Forty years experience Auction salen cried DR J THOMPSON general Corning Leave all orders at Thompson A Bixby harness shop OUR NATIVE HERBS The Great Blood Purifier and i Liver Regulator QO Days Treatment for ALTORD Hayes UouotySent pottage paid t of Adams county on receipt For njle by A F Sblnn M Tucker Brooke LONDON Murch The peaceful conquest ot tlo Orange Free Stata IrogresiiPs so iv nly that it is now Dtlieveil there will bo little or 1Shtmg until Lor rioncrt reaches tha Vaal river How he intends to BETTING ON IHt WARi f ND Londoner Corilklent thai ItcHlHMs Mil In MIIT LONDON March and bets are being marie that the star out with this objinve Is not Jfr bt llc midlllc o yet hinted at but the pacification ot iht FretStaters seems now engaging The news from Africa today all his attention When tbe mova to the British itmeo il will doubtless be aecomPUDK ihe re let of Mafelnng is not plished vith the secrecy and swiftness yf announced but this may have been vhuh have characterized all the Britalready accomplished by Colonel Plu ish aiivimees alnce Lord Roberts ady Charles Ben tlnck at CapctovT has received a tele yram from her husband in Mafekins dated March 12 saying tht hn ex pected to join her shortly iu c uoi 11 actuai relief movements have iTkeiyoenerarkltclC rot been Developed in dctai IT will soon resume his place besido but it seems that Lord Methuen only Lis chief started very recently and is rather en Tlte lull thai lets the British troona H the Boers of th3 n Natal and tbe Free Stale recuper than aiming at actual relief ate brings no rest to the engineers an4 transport service Girottru the youns Hll carry rnsil towns ror vrniit num is to be pouched etc are expected later i John Carson un oldtime i of Lore Tree acciioTKaliy sbo If In the groin July 4 ISTli vhh il iber revolver Tiie un aLle to finil the bullet Tlv nd healed bitt Carson lias been truujled more or less since The doctorat tributed it to the Imliet in his boy The other day nr5on was choppi ig wood vhon accidentally lie rut lilnrlf severely in the calf of the What was his surprise to see tiro frini the vound made by tie ax the that hnd troiiblerl him tvetltyfou iis Charles 13 Hausison u of Cliirinda la has filed in the ir of the Cik or the nited Stateii rict court his petition in voluntary Vnk nipuy He owes unsecured de i to the amount of l262o and li of property vhicli he as exempt His are chiefly en notea open for everything fion niendrnt harness to newspaper subscription Thomas J Mofiit of il litca bas filerl hi iMMition etfin out rrmuiinting to T2TS 5 He IKS assets to siie airoiiTt or 310 and risks thai tley be delrrd e fmt John Brovvn 1 cariemer lies he construed the constitution ot the United or any part thereof over 1orai Rico and It is hereby decjared that tlie con stitution of the Unit Starj 13 not tor Beveridgc sail We follow ed the presidents suggestion ating for the re lief ot Porto Rico which mars tan the house bill would have given TH inl and In the entire two years of its This removes the reason vhich mem bers had tor voting for the bill anil re Btores us to the position first ninoinc by the president comes from the Standard Stamping Co of St Louis jobber gets a profit on these goods Mv profit is the only one you will have to pay and it must be a reasonable one from the amount of these goods which leave my store every day Best six cord Brooks thread at 4c per spool Our Nickel iPlated Copper Goods come direct from tlie Rome Manufacturing Co of iRoine N vtry best goods in the United States Come in and see j if we have not the goods and the right LATEST MODELS prices Pants We have them and a fuij righi from Robinson Norton Co of Louis ville The Tiger brand bong it last fall before he advance in cotton and wool We have them in coUomtdes worsted and shoddy and sell them at prices which we would have to pay for them now at wholesale Buy now before the stock is exhausted Prices from 39e up to a pair On BKch Box KAUMAZOO CORSET Go SOLE MANUFACTURERS SOLD 6Y MontaJdos Department Store Prices from 25c up 98c anaBKiris caee iciDDons trioves dies and Mens Hose Underwear Sta tionery Sewing Machines Washing Machines at bedrock prices I SUSPENDERS good ones The Police Fire anf11 enovgrt io mtcii if lOc Still some more of that line Crochet Cotton at 3c per ball variet On Our 5 and Idc Counter you will find an endless of articles you need ANTlfOROGN CROWD ON TOP Next Door to Postofflce CORNING IOWA One O Til 111 I Cols Three FvcI MONTALDOS DEPARTMENT STORE PEKIN Ifarch 20 The ascendancy j of the antiforeign party is becoming I more pronounced dally The ovager i empress appears unable to reward the officials who exhibited marked hostility to everything j HenTung probably the most bitter antiforeign official of the empire has been decorated with the throeeyed j peacock feather which had not been conferred for eighty years the rlous Ji nig Hiajr ivho was ed from the governorship of Shan Tung on Orman demand bis been advaneeii lo the first rank and the forI mer Yuh Sen cf Shiu Tung bas Iseon anpointed governor of the Shan Si district a snub to the powers WHNTED conimnrfl In the meanwhile the fate of Mate 1liiK remains unknown The revolt oi the Cape Dutch in the seems to have had Its baclE living alone at ISn Avenn A was struck by I jnterestfi and likclv to prejudiw Brit an Illinois Central passenger train lsh jnterpH in the province as the powers litlicve his aialadmlniitratloil Canadian officer vho rules supreme XJcwcy TuklLS Trip South WASHINGTON March tween Boailvay and Avenue A Coun cil Bluffs and received STIOMS if not fatal injuries Crown is deaf arsil dumb He was validng on the track of the Omaba Bridge and Terminal company and was isoing south from which direction the train apnroachcl In spite of this fuct Brown did not no tice the train and deafness prevented him from hearing the vbistlp which was depeatedly souruied Just as the its the ctuso of the present state of fairs in chin i HORSES train was upon him Brown looked up Moore Tbe commonwealth rgoiced and then made an eTort to KCt ol the Ill wa3 rrjt and by the FRANKFORT Ky March I Powers John Davis and H Ctllton iliarged with beins accessories Ihe best dratt llOrSBS and QriT to the murder of William OiKbel arraigned today for trial BurghersdJ I Sonville and Palm Beach The ad OHver afer leaving tojral Mrs Dewey probably tvill went to Rouxvllle not return to the city nntil ii lat vhero ho now reported to be with ter part 0 next m0nfn at vhirh tinv tnly a smai force ht js said they will sail fur Dr Ipvris tbe diplomatic agent of visiting the exposition sctre dur WBOe state will be one mattnr the has disappeared from ing the summer Mrs Dcvey has Probable that the status of th been made chairman or the bauleahlp Brussel clal he London but nothing about his arrival It seems scareily would jump the energeti lip i more likely to s one of the oth r I According to a Globe spe believed to have come to is iiuoivn hero ikely that he uinsi month and turcsentative il nu iiearrf of ac an capitals for March Thj Chamber of txlav Adopted r crecit of 2 reconstruction of fauD Fraiuaiif recently de ed oy Ore wul for the irovlelon j bane for the Comedle the Odeon BHINOTON Maxell 20The for anpropllatior bill was com fcy home coromiitec 1 and reported to tho Cannon It ap for carrjint for iiMcoaul GCirv PASSES LAilVSMITH lMiiy March Dundonalds civalry rcconnoi ered the Irac Slate of Basu oiiud to puss slight klrmish occurred iuvvhish two Brit h were wouniled The lioers were Ciimeninittu in trength at Van Itecneus pass and intwrs pass Kaffirs arriviri litre repoi i thst the oers are manifesting a vindictive uplr urder defrnt and lhat many krakli rcspcivd have been burned The amijulaints attache to the Boer were fnaiirl neEoMod del1 spruit havin a tanrioned by tho Boci they wtire unaole to keep pve the retreat Thoy wero hroUKl in vhi7p tie wounded wert cnrid were sub MIISI inl niul ihu nmbtilances vtre to tl e HIKS WICHITA KFUI Mrvi J Bryan Wichita last night oti hi abinit the iti ti be its LIC It vi committee in aid of the childrens Eas ter festival asylum for tlu CulAn orphan loon for tlorsen RAPID CITY S D March earloads of average range horses were iod to Sious City parties last vesk by Frank Stanton of this city the average price being SO per head The price received is much higher than has been received for some time Ait Kxposltlon for TOlEKA Knn March i will have a big exposition in lOO in celebration of the territory of Kansas 1 that direction have already track but was only partially success Jill A number of interesting cases will come before the federal court which convenes in Council Bluffs with Judge Shlras presiding The big Ingram fail ure at Mount Ayr which shocked the It Is two stocks of goods which have been seized in Missouri by Marshal Christian ol the federal court nill bo decided upon The stocks were seized at the request of the creditors and ore held Tending action of the feilRtsl court Another interesting case will the Charles A Spiegel habeas his attorneys asking for hK r from the penitentiary on tbigraunil that he was convicted upon different charge from that hi extra ditlon papers were granted in Canafia Incidentally eightyeight cases in bank ruptcy will be disposed of trials set for Friday at time ComntjAttorney Polsgmv said he thought he could get his vUnessea and not ask a further continrurre THURSTONS SERVICES Steps been tiub executive council of the state and the latter will issue a call for the organ Ltation of a committee to promote the enterprise The committee be composed of one member from each county in the slate tnil Its and would it preference of In said no that Commercial viviUl eiphiisize trusts thu riaaaidal till on greenbacks while of reyubllcaus and all of lie opposition would dfr tie The Nebraska constituents o Sena tor Thurston are wasting time in writ Ing him sharp letters concerning his acceptance of employment with the Oil compaty Whn Mr Thuriton was elected States senator he was an altor i ney for Ihe Colon Piclnc railroad This I placid lie heldwhlJfJ the Kovernnaeat j was trying in vain lo eoUect Its to PRETORIA March chleJ of the affort not roadu easier by tlw presence of oae of the attorneys IB the sen ate Breaitins with th a question c bis fee it Is liaa gon intothe employ of tbe moaf mea i 01 nodera corporate criminals the Swralard Oil company and that corporation and iad deatjlly the state of Nebraska in tbe BeiKite for another fear Brown on Thursday morning aanouncj A gentleman capable of doing these lug that the remains of Private Wlllj things viil not tic iTiOved by sharp lut liim Lewis latt o Compaay E First j tere To complete the picture o Ilr ntelllgence department MoJen OTaK announces that the federal losses to the reliei of Klmberley and Ladysmith were Killed 677 woand cd 2120 Accidents sickness and othes disabling causes ho asserts brings the i SiDI OECEOLA Neb March reached here from SanFran clscc to Clerk of the Court B F Nebraska sent by the Wells it la perhipa only nectsaary vHI reach here Saiurday nirht Chup IsJn JUIlley 6f tlie First Nebraska f win probably ooaducl of honor and bonsst oioaej or any ot ever pro Not to i March New York World is sail that Kruger in a speech at Blocimontein before the British entry declared his men would be unable to keep the field another month Whudltr it the Crtpilol WASHINGTON March Joseph Wheeler was at the capltol to day and warmly greeted tjy many old friends He will make no effort to take his neat until after Secretary Hoot returns and nil military statna is de termined About 60000 tons of Amerltan coal has been orflered for Italians other Mediterranean ports A 1 ii percentage of the importance of th Surlier bill was stricken out by the ccommittee on public health The umittee changed the provision for r three years requirement to the trade to one year H also adted on an imeadment providing that the law tato effect January 1 1901 The original Mil provided that it effect July 1 100 The three years require ment was one of tltt most Important of bill Knd reduding this requirement to one year prDictlcallj no i ei the intent of the The bill as ajneuded recoinmeDded for passage The nsrnial bill which passed the house Is on the senate calendar report ed favonlhly by a minority roport of the norreul school committee The re maining bills stand for Indefinite pott ponemeri upon the committee report It 13 expected that Senator Croesley who signed the minority report on Itiui house bill iogotfiar Senaiior Ball auci Senntor ToBcsend wfil iMl OKI niKter to substltnte minor v report and it tho pivalllnK iin among nornmt tchool people thi the minority raport win bd adopted ing chunks we can get weigh ing from 1050 to 1800 for east ern and export market All most be fat and well broken Iking in your big drafts and chunks Will Be at Greenways Barn I CORNING IOWA Saturday Forenoon Mch 24 ONE DAY ONLY 1 MATT BIERS CONVERGING ON PRETORIA IirdlcatioDi that llrltluli Advancn Will Come from Three Dlrevtloui LONDON March the advance by way of Fourteen Streams nor Colonel Plumers movement yist resulted In bringing news of Mafe fcliigB relief from Bloemfuntein and KitAl there are apparently no serious d svaloprnento and public Interost re centered In Colonel BadenFow force undlBtrtlcted by evimta of tmater military importance However It ppeua likely tSist tbe converging of the troops towardi Mafetln Indl catee a much more serloun purpose than merely Its relief Judging from Lord Methuenu prej ip at Wavrentowia and the capture ol the nearby pasBage of the Vital at Fourteen Streams keen observers be lieve Lord P torts medltatet an ad In force GU Pretoria by way D This iiight iitart either Ivom Fourteen Strearag or Klorltadrop and would prokabiT coincide with aa oavunce Blanafonhiln and Natal Tims Lord Methucn may be firen it cbance to redeem lib refutation ar hat been done with IJat Commandant Ollrw hid itccompllak ej iinother icp ard V THIS SPACE BELONGS TO C Reid the Implement Who is too busy to write an ad Qll and See What He Has New for You 18019 Salts Drug Store Two doors south of the poat office where will be found a full line of Pare Dings Patent Medicines Toiiles Articles and Stationery for tbe Line White Star A WINDSOR HOTEL AND BARN LOWER DAVIS A vs COKNINO Entertainment for transients and teams Excellent service at popular prices Heals serv ed on short notice Hotel is clean comfortable anil conven ient Complste arrangements fop care of horses   

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