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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - March 29, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                VOLUME XVIIL COMING ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THURSDAY MARCH 291900 PEOFE83IONJX CARDS vy 0 MITCHKLL Attorney life Will practice in tli tlw courts L Iowa A Vetr CUoloe Barralna ID Office DarU Aicnuo Coralug leva If K W1LMARTH Attorney at Law Office over Clothing Senator Davis Proposes Substitute foi Pending Porto Eico Bill COKNINO P Ail Ice la ill coTiM to Collections IOWA attention g H MKYEKHOF7 Attorney at Law General in ji Special girea lo of estatra and real tnstwri Office rooian 1 and 2 Btjoier blk CORNING IOWA CARL W STANLEY CL4VDE M STANLEY Stanley Stanley Atcofosja at Law General Practice in All Conrtt Offir in building COSSISG IOWA n H BRYANT M D Physician and Surgeon Offleo Iti Block COKKINO IOWA Will attend promptly ill Jar or nlzbl for euDaciHi Hold mmmi RJVEMJE LAWS TO APPLY Vcmld the Jjtlaad a Dlotrlct anil Xaine u Importa aqd Firtan Cenl In Internal Rervnoe on Artlclaa March LTSeuator Ioraker In chars cf ihiorto Rlcan bill aiiftnnio lit toiuyi session of senate thnt beginning vich tomor rtws iessicn lie would press he meas ure to a vule as soon rioie Setator Uiivis of Mirisjn iiitro a substitute tar iio Rico till provides foiiLe trade be tween the United Staff Iorto and extends the interns v rio laws with over island The net i declared pn visioni and shall fontinne Ions tiiai March 1 NUMBER 11 lc is us foliovs Jjl E POTTER Physician and Surgeon ocion 1 Tiiai r an interim 1 he nvs Of ti fur internui ny i mi collection not lotail main in force jn Potto it heein othcrvisip j term stated in this art Iy ami the rtdvirt the senate shall appoln Office over Potteri drug store QDt block west of SliftferH marble worka J H GREGORY Physician and Surgeon Office io VTidener block Residence ih biockn west ol Lindell hotel HENRY MD Physician and Surgeon Office in Henrys drugstore Roland build in Residence Diilc hotme TT7 S JOHNSTON Physician and Surgeon Will xfnO ail Special alltniion lo Ihpfve Office ii Mann opjciiile no Rico la hereby ipitrne district 1iltd States pro re ue taxation shall re erceptlns for the i iie president ncl consent of collector OL clan as very imrrore tonight end in Letter p togo into the Witness box tin If Witness Gi ifally tots or the Stand for the iexamiiiUion to morrow the dc hfpcr o the triai on Tniaiiay Golden is the Inf or the jrosecuiioos witnesses so it has been iMiiiirmod Yesterday aftemnon and today he hai been seen on tho streets It was sUvted Icday that rtvjrgtaTrn It Is the sensi tliat the rale expTJiaailov of fife ap ant and i of whii ii It is Again to Damaid tlie Attention of tio Senate AN EffORT TO DELAY ACTION deftinse may 11 lert Ing trial Ar to have only a i guilt to bled 11 grand jury and Moore hss thip the defense to the real trial ii ftort to coiitro ia of over to the is evident Judge be for hand before Tliofo tot FrM Trida to Mora From tlm Cann ery TUna Tneai to IcatpnM VotaA Deuratdtmtloa for Amendracot WASHINGTON this week the senate vili give the poitj are so conTir tinjr Thiit ptliizie tbe Titles so awaiting trar Coloael Plume ticiis tliers ro OCXK of tit irr king though ter nor from 1 Buller is town narii fire last being muc the iy r nil bem of f volunteers appei rs to iind viUh on half ra litlle litjill ilate oi cither from 1nls uM Roberts r General nry direct niTvs toiiy iuiiidirsH at Orpe trally settling down Nnmbera of arms I have bwn delivered cp and the people ire begianing to the 2Ivan The FS of bringing suppi ies for sail The movement of the troops in aestern dis trict is being attended with good re sults WSATHEfi liEPOfil if Agriculture j Foiimving ig tiie reprt of tiic vfun I tary observer at Cornitig station fiir I j week Hiding March 24 J900 BOOM IN IMMIGRATION RICHMOND Vs March meeting of citizens was ed in the judges office at Emporia this mornins I and it voted tu withdraw ihe itoopo though the citizens agreed itlfit lyniiiins would follow The oMer rircovd he of the soldiers has sjsj fi by the sheriff and ai i Lifiht Infantry and large lihrn Blues will leave for home at once on i But a and Selgi ir special train The oenior has pro e ossusatly ptsiiag tested against the withdrawal of tha hare of Its the Porto tirougb pluq to join the Boer1 troops TCXPeOATCBK I j IDirolCliw MIUOO 1JOOO so ooosw a ooeXtt ii 0 00 NU as o oo SH o nuo 26 000 K OCf K Ctenr ClouJr IncrelBDc Namaerot Co ra in g to the United Statcit ALBANY K Y Mwch re port of John McMackio state mper t4ndeot of labor etatUtlcs say Immigration returns for the quarter ndeif December 31 1699 show un in crease of 19914 arrivals at New York over the preceding Quarter and 23H12 more than in the laa rriree months of 2893 In the lettei ipiarier vala numbered 5jisO ia the sains pccant three mocths of lL99 HaK and for the quarter ended September 163i Rico juesuon aaO the otitlook is for a continuation of ht animated scenes of last week Pono Rico bovever to present aside tfmporarily at the be of the in urder to uCford tnrT Car ii ican jdo ijil The t a sii in iicofli injj iliac territorry if Alaska ery im and the of Porto forces Comparing the returns for theclos ing quarter of 1S99 vith those of the corresponding period of S9S it is that the largest nopGioiiLtf jlii of these ITILCJ re t least arrivals it by tbe Slovaks whose Inr vja 2418 race aeconn per cent or Croatians and ihirii showing a per cent OTIS SUPPRESSES A PAPf RF EEADHEAH Veterinary Surgeon NEWCOUO t COS YARD COKHI10 IOWA rVocjl attonUou to all calU Cli reaaooable J Thoniiison M D of Corning lown has been here 22 years and line uever failed Co cure any case he liao been called t doctor Call bini He attends Itf irternal revenue for nid liistrlct who shall receive ar annual of and whose ofnre Hliall be San Juan i 1u Sectlon 2 That except Ing us herein increase olherwise provided 15 per cent of all the internal revenue tix provided by lalls KI the Urlted States sliall be collected in said district No flamii taxes Imposed by said laws iiou written or printed documents bcollected in said i The secretary of tbe treasury of the Kit is henby authorized and directed to make ill needful repulaliuni to carry his act Itto effect ami u irtsirlbe the ompeiisaTlon of all offitertat4tl agents recejsirj for that purpose Section The amount uf all taxes J Jess the ne Lsiry el ippro sal of under unt of reatter Iillc edn ther gov ses there RICJ legislative aflairs id such as to tu elAlaska the j opportunity i iiiblkii U take the io queation in iiaui again to until it acts the senalors having charge or tbe uuj af will not desire u press i TL republican senators who support Ier bill hope to ief hr m caucus aftLr ouiy an free traders are sot D that score and the Ut cn delay matters zhere a posed to fu In tilt si ope receiving taxiE asuriuut of the but tha so anxious on ir i itment raay s y arc dis with the er cncour Jli Rlcbt XEW YORK Jlardj to the Times from Deaio leaders are ii witi the criticism of lie snii plsnii in the democratic platform tly at Lincoln say that the complaints thai it is indefl2it are absurd Jones of Arkansas chairmaia of thi national cornaittec Lu of tin that pink proposed ac remtidy foithe soalied evij saiil That coiiiplairit is unsense Th people who make it steal to tliink tliat it is thi bills i to ccuT i tion JCEI it o i titrisi party v rty pense eolletion are lu priated and plured at the the president to his llsirtion in t io p Porto o now to be n cation puiilhvurk iuf prnmental and puoliI In Section 1 Ipon tobai In Porto Rko md turfs thereof mid u or other distilled spirits fl sub stances not grown in Vri Riio the full tax provided by the reve nue laws of the Lnucd Sun hall be Collected tohavvo Rico ami tuc hereof and upon IUK and distilled or made from or otter agricultural produ pjrement from the ijjntry at large Some of the of the free trade republican eltmen neclarc Uelr purpose to vote against th bill if re ported without Lmcmlcnt They threaten to offer niaay fltnents and to make speeches ii and otherwise to do all in tuei power to prevent the of the bill as it stands but the o ffiay Hnd a means of pi eventing this open At any rate ng effort made in that uiniIion o ncn grown lu Porto Illco or from the if you want to get well nil kinds of cinea HOMEY SAVED BY CO THIS ANNOUNCEMENT Vo tilt farmtrs tl am adjoining tauntiM Forty jf jrB rxprriciicc Auction sale cried for or DR THOliraoN srnenii auctionetr Iowa Leave all orders ut Thompson t Biiby hftruesa shop BE J W REYNOLDS SPECIALIST Ilje Ear Nose unJ Throat Lenses fitted t eves Oflice corner AilBmsnnd CHESTON BUch stijar cjne or other Broduct the tax tif 1S flier spir uur cane iruwn in oiitt of OUR NATIVE HERBS The Great Blood Purifier and Liver Regulator 200 Days Treatment for ALONZO 0 BLISS CO Prope WASHINGTON D C Uiunus WJILFOED Haves Iowa Agent for Adams County Sent pottage paid to any part of Adams ioumy on receipt of price For nalu by A F Sbinn Cnrning J M Tucker Brooks nsr uluiral ihall bt tbe same as utiuii other subjects of Internal liisatiun Section 5 That the preaiiliat sver he shall be satisfied ihat a local has lietn In Porto Rico fcdeqmue to and collect taxes by its own shall have Ihe power from iie to time by proclaaiaiion to ilr tha Bald centum of taxation nr to nhaolly abolish the time Section C Tha no dities imports 01 exports shall after pasK of tbli act be levied i iny articles imported from tinInited States into Porto Riro or 1urto Rico into the Unite Stairs Section 7 This shall b tiken aid bek to be provisional its pur aud intended to meet a pressing present need for revenue for the isl and of Porto Ri0 and not con tinue in forc after Maivh I T MANILA Manii Patria and El Liberal Spanish orgaris cf the ex treme Filipino boon publishing inimical to thci military Gcnerpj Ot is has i former jonrna1 for sedition ana imprisotied the editor rupture at the same time issuing a warning to wl ue th extreme party that it should Tne democratic stiiiuij sup cist greater moderation Senor PaPort a free trade araerimsa ivhen tenj L one time president of the but they prefer have the scialled Filipino abine is exported bill vot d upon uniunentecl to present himself aL San FtrnortM j According to a certain man the province of Union nomination of Bynum to be appraiser The rebels in Youngs district arcbo at New York should be tab en up in coming aggressive The American executive sessica omorrow but talion gut lisonir tln tuwn of Xanitbi caucus may iause ngapacau was aitukeil on four conponement for a day or two The dem secutive nigiitr Reinforceocratir leaders will confirma ictnts are tlicre Clfu tion Younp propones to pursue the rebThe committee en tls before the rainy seaejections ill hear ihe miit of iun sets in counsel in the case ot Senator Clark i mv m SOLDIfRS noi Miectf fur several i The navy apprupiiation bill will aa taken up in the tomorrow and doubtless will serve as a text for a wide latitude of on to framr r 15 not Kurjpoiieil a draft lesisla so it goes be i A piatforc ap policies Thu ac in this pts ihc i adopted It on a trusts and In fa i of them That is to carry out irs i matics is not a matter for ihn form nakors but for lh HIVE STOCK AND PRODUCE Omllia Chlcao aod Sor Vorll Harket Juotattucft SOlTH UMAIIA LIVE STOUK SOUTH iMAHA Mjirch iirATTIr Tier was jatit nsai Frlilij run tlor Evrv weljhtI some Jij sales shuw i 520 stetr and bulls iMii j KI f H0isV Si h yn iirl ii 1 slXu htfjiLfiy tiling was oi t riirly cf Sltiers fottlut r3 WrIl tn patier a 515 holfer and CO LONTOX CliUTiil i Post says It is imrruive to ping troops tu Soutb March M Winston dispatch to the Morning 3t Ihe i n J up ii for keta Some of t not uiipear to the future of th ing back SHEEPOlioire mixel they vvaiKed wit ft auch a ireri no A grood oE the markci sJowtxI lining and from otier mar IOWAJTEMS A are at Tama entsiiird a loss of 530 00 A nevnour mill is to be built at Robort Furnas the resident of va died lasi veei Krai estate in Monona coun y bst week footed up At Siouj City Ablan a Syrian Ii3i been arrested for selling liquor o Indians Ihe Wrangler company with a caiial of has been organized at Waterloo j Anita has many carpenters but the outlook is that ail will he kept busy rotmany months PM iischools of Ton Dodge h i sice the smallpox I srLie IL A FLT mar belongs to every lodge in that tjvu The citizens are trying to f Set a cirfew law passed Charles Braniion of Mason City was from a bugjry by i runaway I Jam and iniaiuly i Constrtiu jn is soon to bo resumed n ihe tranch from Belle j ti Blue Earth Minn bo lives sear Des vas klled east of that place by tiiving on a high The contract has been let for eleven cares at school houses in Wash township Grten county tase against Riggs tor assault ric Mrs Saunders vita intent to com aurder a has ben settled I snd Eracsn a prominent business man was drowned in i mils small lake near thai while he was out hinting jjior j The hirge varehciiaes of the Egg j Shippers Killer and com pany ai lama was and its en tire contents destroyed Rtv J K YVrd for twenty Viars th nriifit in thj of be Cjth parish of South to Iowa Ctii On April est letter registra tion seiviie will be ettaJed to the i Jlaich I ernor Poymter has ajipolnted J i OConnDr as a menjiH ot the new Omaha Fire Poliie ccmmission to take the of W S Popplenon j i who refused tj rcept offiie It 15 i I announced tiai W J Broatdi Harrv I C Miller Dr Pealiody ilie other I commissioners have te ap I poinnnents Governcn Poynter anj nouncedi tliat the termj of three memj bers of the Tomer tcMjaiisioa had plred and that he had Men told that i the fourth had resigned I Trade With riirrto Rko WASHINGTON March i Beveridge today offereii the following i substitue or the tariff section of i Porto Rico bill All tirticles comiaj into the United icni Ricj i or goinn Into Porto from tli3 United States shall be ariuiuted fre duty but this act atlitll an coa strued anextending the consunnicu o the Sitates or aay psr over Porto Rico and it ia iijieby ilu clared that the constitution uf Vnited States Is aot ovv 1oro Rico THE RIGHT PLACE inspection challenge comparison ami hc wo have in New Drees Goods NVw Iacee nnd Aliovrr Xew Xeckwear X Xcn Kid Gloves Sew spring Hosiery Sew Dressy NVv New Lining Xcw Belt SenSkirt Xtv Hakerclfs Xew XoiionsofIl Ask to Lave tbisc tiling shown to you otir prices and then lo your self mU us justice in buying wiiir they lVe tbe new stuff whorr they soil right whore they stun e erv dollar worth foKl Do you wish trie newest design for youi New Carpets Do you vish the hrges stock R county to sekct Jou with your carpets sewed fitted md aiil by llioec who mskra spec ialty of tins work Do voi wiMi o we rrowi to 10 eentt per yard on any number of jards of orwt that you miy to If your snanvr is yes come in ami liinro wish Colombia Cattle Shi rl to WASHINGTON Marcli of cattle In Colombia says Consul Hanaberg at Cartagena in a report to tlie State department sire making ai possible efforts to ship tberr herds vj and othir countries preferring to pay the export tax of S7i por head rather than lake the rhunces of hav ing their stock pass ir1c the hand Of the government January last 9 heir nf calTl 5 liipped from Colcmbia Lti Ciba Hiii tlie says tii these shipmitpiably will coininue for some Business FISHERS Our Bicycle Dept ZIIM Horloclter T i ri 1 HASTINGS Neb Jlanh Word has just reached Hastings of the mar riase o Jss Zora Gladly sister cf Violi Hcilockr irho is ac cused or murJer Mits Zora Horiocite was recently marriJ in New York o Mr H Duran Cheiver of that ci who owned i portion ranch coniiileno rite wire h Africa The should never cease until condition of alairs I this an understanding anticipation of inay be reached Cash Premiums BEIXII otrcrcD nv THE Cincinnati Enquirer FOR Nearest Correct Guesses on tlia Population of the United States To tt icporltd by U S Ctnsns Bureau la 1930 Tbe nrstccDsas of the Uoited fras taken in 3310 Since then eyerj uncceedine lea The remit of eiich censn hai been as follows Year Population 1MB723aaSl ISiO9633822 1MO Year Population NO DELAY IN fttiiif Un to litto Effect the Approprla tlou WASHINGTON March III be io delay in the execution of the act if congress appropriating 52 000000 fur the relief of the ilents of Porto Rico The war depaiiment Qad anticipated the passage of tbe act ind had made arrangements to carry its provisions into eiTect at once A plan of action was agred upon by Senerai Davis governor general of Porto Riio and Secretary Root while the latter was in Havana recently It Involves employment of native labor on public vrqrks In Porto Rico and the distribution of rations to tbe sick and destitute General Davis was jfiveu fiiil discre tion in Ih3 matter and the sum of Jl 000000 was placed at his disposal Sec retary Root said today that Genera Davis has full power in the premise and will execute relief at tor th best welfare of the Porto Ruans th employment on public works being th principal method of utilizing the ap propriation It is estimated that abou 1500 men will be given immediate em plnyment debate The bill itsilf tovrrs r lysis hstoITlatlon on the organist of ihe army jg strictly a supply measure for tirelirrpv on its present basis T7ie Tatter part or rap ween viii lie devoted to the navsl the aijricHizural Tills however niiist not lure the nation trcint the fertile fields of trade and COCnnifliC into tll5 Ttouy itfirisni f tbe fortifications Lppropriatiun Iiill3 iiiKtituti rjenrojed although no eiati has rt 1oen N Y March for taking then up The EIIVH Fire jdiiy entirely destroyed the Ctlnblil and report a ani Viing libsral institute building entailChairman FOSJ is ratiig dtsiricis of tni a IrFi of 595000 The institit was having tile naval dinissinn follow Ihat a collcsc preparatory school and mlOR the army thai tiniiqriiiiUunil bill llarj academy ovncd and conducted can b tikea up on short notice Tha by tlL iriversaists of the state and fortifications bill is already on the al occtipieii a large fivestory building endar The building was not occupied the cull Easter vacation having begun ani the BOERS SEND WOUNDiD BACK fre broke out during the fumigation of t school The armory was saved MQSI if the faculty and students lost their persona etTects y wefunl ylai SOid t choice ftd Ilngs JjEfiCoo fair o good faCigjsO good to vhoice wetharii J35aij 5SO fair Io uooj rood to choice fed ewes T fair to ewtg J46Dgj00 to choic rntlvt lambs lambs liOrSi wetrii feerier r choice f r 1 KANSAS CITY rllE STOCIK Light supply iau further i heaiy native weights W2S55I1 ami J3SSI3 butcher ji nil htifcrs at Mjihj improvements 01 V lake resort follcwics LIKS Council tton Diibuirii ail Fcrt The cf the ha selected the site fur Vjffice ai Clintcii or ner tf Fifth avenue an tiet for 4 boy by the name Jo re ilijing fvo miles east o by the explosion of a ands of bis brother trood to Hatlle ErfenLcs in East Dubuqiie was rua over by a Bur lington freight train while attempting off She is probably fatally injured Tne menibtrs of the Council Bluffs Rowing association have under consid eration the question of building a new boattouse ai Lake Manawu and other its property n the oi tbe jiiperiy known Crett it Far Rockawiiy was prominent In the Ceda club SHEEP ANp Knm ifia DLOEXroNTEIv Maoil iThe Boeri who yesterday kilkd lieien CHICAGO CHHVH20 Smallpox has broken out among the i sen school children at Hainpt1 i where Kn ithree ire reported secre of the state board or visited Hampton and tvn asts of oe smallpox A star route and ftee rural de Anita and Massena u tjvn iis C ror MARKET Na steady lorir i f i Rnt Lygou of the Grenadier Ctiards and Advicvs rswounded Lieutenant Ctliii Crabbe itn I LONDON March celved ler annrtince the death in tie Lieutenant Colonel L Mdoi htspilal yesterday cf General Captain Trotter of tiniNilstroim Sir who was Guards who had ridden nr nine Wounded in the engasoment at Spionmiles beyond their cimp mi the Mod kop en fautiary 21 der river without pscort cicein one trooper were members of the Johan nesburg mounted police After dressing their wounds they British taiup in an ambulance LONDON llardi for the unfortunate occurrence Lord Roberts describes it which in niXt I S3ST cows stcaIj RI lower tJn Blr of Peniilon llllu WASHINGTON March 14 pension bills favorably acted upon b the house in the committee of th whole last Friday were put througi the final stages at the opening of th cession of the house today and th aimy appropriation Ijlll was then taken up 137033558371 1880S0li5753 23l9IS73 189062622250 baaiti of Whit Here ou hive the fivurei cajculiiloa The problem noir is wjil be tbft popqlatiou cf the ticludiag recent but he toiil ol Territorio and the District of Colombia To the firat neareat V correct gues reoeiied j Ithotcond 150000 lhe third 750CO soooo 35000 20000 150CO 100000 Guard for Mull Carriers WSHIXGTON D 0 March The director of posts at Manila has reported to the postmaster general un der date of February 5 that in orde o reestablish mail communication towns in tbe province of Pan gaslnan a meeting of tbe local presl dents of the towns was held at which it wits agreed taat communication should be reestatlished on the same lines as during tlie Spanish regime and without expense to the depart ment It is considered advisable how ever to these carriers for armj maili CLASH Adjutant ry Forct To Ifce oeit 100 each amountiupto To the next 500 amounting u j To the nut 1530 eaehfS Qumber orpreiDiaiut 2197 iiraounlioi to 250000 5OW00 765000 of Ibo VSXX IBESS IhetoMliM of till olir by M ef to t FHANKFORT Ky withEtanding that troops recognizing the dual governors were quartered within two squares of each other the republican troops at the suite house under ordem from Governor Taylor the democratic troops at the court 2oWilXrjttjiise guarding tie Goebelt nuspecU Powers Cultoc and DnyU nader or troro Democratic Governor Beck ham the diy was qutfit This rtpub llcan adjuuanl general Colllar and Democratic Assistant Adjutant General Mtarray wcie together tome time this morning Generil Collier culled to disclaim re oatf lo rvj TIM Iiqiinri cMUDil rr iponUbllity re the mine before the state arsenal sone of the sol diers made B laying but It is understootl tali on rrl bat they discussed and mutually uion plAJis to avoid possibility c any sDrt of a clash betwteu the trcops The examining ttial of Powers it is believed will be coipietud either Tues r ptjmnto ta a ia fir dl X Midi day or Wedneaiay li held over waive Kiaaiin the staie v rhOi forced that Jf Powers 01 icr defendtintji will i Golden fotoe comnioa rcc on Che slaad adjotnmacit at the WACO Tex March state v at the populist sent them to the party of Texas today selected Waco and July 21 as the time and place of holding the statf convention C B Harris resigned as state chairman aad Hon A W Cunningham of Waco was JJe HIJnf of elected as his successor goa and the wounding of Ljeutcruiu Colonel Crabbe Lieutenant Colonel Ccdring Ciuhler thr Monrj ton Md Captain Trottii iile i Unlpaigll RUTLEDGE Vt March With Presents no new features ho mis its doors closed fast and its cashier hap to the Guards officers i a trati of five part Charles W Mussey in jail a defaulmonv to their tei for he Merchants They met i tidiial bank of this city formerly one Boerfi whom they lned to capinrc The of the strongest insfititions iii the Boers took refuge on a state stands tonight on tbe verge of three comrades were hidden ruin uniess Its stockholders come to and withm nn minutes evey member its and help the remaining of the British parly was hir pay off the 8351000 due its depositors Mussey confessed bis guilt Will AfFECT 30000 MEN to chn entire board of directors I New York Jlachinfsls Ilkel7 to o Oat i Aliorf I Dorlnr TbU Wrrk March NEW YORK March strike ol steidir WOO j B Q branch north from steady J3W 1 fotirteen miles south of inits IK heifers rtf eston the I0315c weak Me lower Afinl 2 1900 tlteruiiaii E Tubfjirrk Iti SEATTLE Wash Majvh man E Tanbeaelv well hnewu us thti former chairman of the national com mittee of tbe peoples party litetl in this city today Hs from the east about two riontlis ago in deli cate heiiiltit and has sincf resting quietly at the home of hisi brother The body be shipped to his old home in Illinois lias started win a rush which is proof positive iba our ever present motto The brat of merchandise at moderate priceg strictiy to tliroiigh list seasons succcssfui bicycle bueinesf gained us tbe well mcriiiil o the buying public sold Imperial Wheels shall tbeal again this year there is nothing better if you would kpotv of their sup rior merits those furnish theMmes of those who ciinnjnin the UrtX gororteuKbrcc liicin to you viii be glrul who ride them U iinii lui iiave mircliaseii of cs Tiierc in price We contracted soni sold ilrciuy wliiii the w to til Ill ifycHi wihh ci Koebiick ot Ci Vo ers u 3 It is our inJnt line or 1 by So Co ir Hit ii lieri at i niv BICYCLE SUNDRIES between itil Prices in it special feitnre mi nothing bn ihc Ixst strorifi top SHEEP c higher closing xivl and butchers uholce hcavir ija dozen Humboldt bey by ne time a of tbe Reform school were arrul for I stealing junk Ic i r iheir j atrest that they had pUtti u IioUi up the Minneapolis and oi o wethrs tair to choice it their arrest on the other iharsp H7I53M western ymrD0t intertired llnga S6DOQ55o natlvd lambs i western JtJQOffT35 i waile Trimble a boy whu j paareil from his home in Git YORK GRiVIX three years ago has been found vith YORK March riWHEATThc the Thirtyfourth regimen rtiited SJS volunteer in the Philippic July ji7 iiic closeii at Sep Receipts at the Chritsian home near Council Bluffs last week an up b afloat and 43f stronsr ai c her r closed at July Ivance liny It stfiiIy Xo 2 20lc Xu 3 Xo 3 white traclt miset wes tern No whlU track wMte western track 31i CKc CHICAGO MARKET CHICAGO rjrli F 3 aprlnpr X 2 red ijv CORNXL 3V yiiow J7fi Steamer G WASHINGTON service Ius received woid members of tte International thnt the Norwegian steamship Vitlur Machinists and the En of Frederitkshodd Captain Soreoson Sneers in the New York district day from New York to forfoik in ballast bs precipitated this ivijek by the action went ashore shortly after midnight at af the New York and New Jersey Ma Domnock ten miles tsouth of chinery association in Cape Henry TLe lifesaving crew organizing to resist tile demand for a ioniieutiou with the ninehoar day which vas to have been vessel The ITCW o eighteen men are made on April 1 safe and for the present will remain j on board MtKinlrj furrsa Life WASHINGTON D C March 27 In the casLof Robert Porter a civ ilian employe of the quartermasters department ol the army who tried The Com in K Co mm HOUSTON Tei March MAssur ances have ieen from every statr and territory west of Mississippi river that delegates will ho present at the TransMississippi commercial congress to bo held here April 1721 inclusive Wtllle finish of criminal assault oDnnnittfil at re5 ie een received from que P I in December last and who lnJnT mea In vitauons convicted and sentenced to be Uiged the president has commuted tSe sentence to confinement at hard abor In a penltenl lary for twenty Right for All Coban HAVANA March Este rez secretary of jmtice has decided on a rnform of the relating to of Iiotwru naliior for Coantrr lo Donit Bcfofa A4raneing LONDON March continued absence cf aggressive movement OD the pan of the British Is best explain ed In dljpatch run Bloemfonteln dated Sunday Marcli and pub in tliti sacand adtdoa of the It tendency In the general fund t2531i was received being J5215 above the estimated needs the iirrent tipenses of the week aud decreasing the deficiency in this Cuau to idtt to 1786S In the managers func was received beliig below the of the week and tbe fieflctency to date ia this fund to 73 The Ministerial iussociatiou of Sioux City has inaugurated a campaign against Sunday base ball and has ap pointed a committee to see what can be done to prevent the league games being played in Stoux City this eason Thomas Boquette of Davenport has brought suit against the B C R N railway for Cor the loss of a leg and oltsr injuries which ie al leges have ruined him physically for Stuptcta Flu Trump Card Boquetie was employed as yard FRAXKFORT Ky March I faster by the railroad company in Au Wharton Golden ef Barboursvilli was j ost 1399 and tvas thrown off the put on the witness stand in the examj footboard of the tender of the easine NO whi whlto 5tt3S3c RYEX ilVigsSc a SEEHiXSWd No 1 ami north weet iliir Prlma tlmorhv Clover jrade COIDEN TELLS WEIRD TAIE cin In Case of Goebcl Murder ination of Secreiary of State Caleb i living his le Powers charged with conspiracy to other injuries murder Senatcr Gcebel Golden cut oft and Mfieri rather the stand but did cot hesitate in hii replies to questions and his testimony made a deen im pression Aceoidiag to Golden Caleb Powers was one of the prime movers in tiring ng to Frankfort of the jost before ths assassination of Goe and although Secretary Powers simply insrected iijia to bring wit nesses who were mountain feudists yet Gtliieti understood that they were to cone to FriMort for possilily a more sinister jairpose that of ing out t je democratic majority in tie legislature NO PUi IE EPi S N FRANCISCO ensei against Protestant clergy Qffflrded us more serious than SnTrrfoSSS In th con Catholic clergy ttuii I s Tr thr Kirsss lerjry His Idea Is to place all thosi Senses on the same footlnir tOEtein It is that the efj tatinK aensatloiia ragardlug rcct of tlie urocUmttion skanld 1 the bubonii plague which It is up time to naJte iteelf foil It It diclued i serted havs Injuriously affected imiii I that danger of anaoyiawB to the lae Thsre ia no pUirae I ot communication mair be apprehendi scare here aid despite Ihe opinion ei ed unless tlie territory behind tie adj presswl b Bosrd of Health tha statement i ptfitiyely made that not a single c that disease has of entmy into isolated gioupft auch tMt wiich liUjcHcd the gnanls of SACRAMENTO CaL March 27 lolonel William Jennings Bryan arj vanctag forces is this afternoon on the roit 3ak Lake and wa welcomed leaitlly by a large delegation of oem icm of the democratic orgaQization It the depot lo wes escorted a car and driven to bis hotel wher reuptlon was held and Mr Brjsti tin Kovarii r IKoJ anil taaa aa irieeted by at citizens off cluj utlitary nifiHa U fleers Friday of fluancKl mn acrumento Birjran Addressed ikCdluico In tbu craning traUi U straetvr totu with mcIB bot i tit 4 cantloc m witk staw in teal lofal Ohinatown The Chi nese is not under quaraniiaa hut is thoroughly cleaned and placed guod unitary us a precautionary LONDOhi March UUgrapbs lo tke war oHet of March it follows Hi MMdal THIS SPMCE BELONGS TO T C Reid the Implement Man Who is too busy to write an ad Call and See What He Has New for You The comptroller ot the Approved the application o Julius Sec tor 0 Hosher J P Ronna E L llosher J G Rounds aad J H Mer rill for authority to organize the First National bank of Walnut with a cap ital of SiSXW A man named HollingsKorth tfhose tiime is at Vinton and vho has been j ill for the past year has disappeared Everythins ii a most mystenjus manner iind at i 01 kst reports nothina iiad been learned Q his whereabouts Ovdng to the fict that the man had been more or Irsa despondent for some time it Is feared that he may have committed at Some of our farmers have son their whent living reiving for the name A laige crowd attended tbe sale of The ladies aid societv of the M E j of John Powell and everything will L il diijs Scott Smitb i hard ware selesman I Cbappell April ith church will meet with Mrs William well The man found dead near Newton ii now supposed to tie Arthur Dfngmu of Berwick The wagoo wu orer tirncd en a bridge miles met the dty and tbe tody was lyies on a mattress while the lines around hia Dcfc Indicated the powlbilit that tbe liadlKeQ strangled tt death As effort U being made lo nee arc uus meeting of tne Southwestern Itwa Teachers association for Council wiu ia town Friday Mrs Carrie Jones is visitin her Binffs Couatr Siperlntimdent ia circulating Uc Piiper aaicng the bustaoM Men of the jty with thin pornoM In itaw So fir n hfts met with vary encoaracittf fnc John GoidiOTiith purcbaeed a dm1 Vr S Lyons ing hone Lareon it Ford have theiir shop fall L D Champ is hauling huy for sister Mrs Pedigo for a few of plows to be repaired io not expected toHv Bictfortl has morel to bis Mre John UcPherrin left Sunday farm for Illinois to attend her Mrs Carrie aad RiMa Johotton I tiiy in April wilt Mwi Miller ui a fine in JSo S LONTiON Mardk uked a iesticn ia tte IUHIH at ta iy regardteffUv rtparti of trouble hreatening tottoimr ia ClUaii UM lMawtacf MOMary or ntretgii eon Mr BrodnM MM got eriuiMBt tad taioa Md know where go to get first clan work done i Nate jmrehaaed a fine car riage at Corning last week Ed Humphrey auppcrU wagon wught of T C The crowd tjiat ItltComwgJIarcfc E H Smith is improving Uia ftuw li flr JMoiiUu arrived by cutting nal toppiog itbe treej 1 about bit pluoe EP Milmiitli Md wife wen are visitiiig at Preseott i aunt Mri their Kanlaj BUgn Martha comtueneni Che firrt MOB I ld mbout CreaWB Goo MMBS has moved to the Harlow iln Uip to Crcnton Salnrday OHM Ftekitt ind F W Ob dv in vutar IM lh Cue from Jk Will JJ Y BWkap Hunt In ate opcalac todajri MMk mtt ttat J I M bHrat luhmvtty   

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