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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - April 12, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                VOLUME XVIII ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THURSDAYAPHIL 12 1900 NUMBER 13 OUR TO ADJOURN Jlr mm LIST ix TEXAS AXSAS CITY S KANSAS ln lsr supply VASHINfiTON n C April her Fifty Are Eeporud Lost m the r nrohably will make ruiav 10 get the seaate to effo agree n the tin Carpets Rugs Curtains Art Squares Mattings Etc Etc NEXT WFFK APRIL 16 TO 21 11 Li A 8 7T Hit 11 MUCH NEXT Hill of Dili n ll tllC west ryiist wlioiesalc carper and Everything that is new in Carpets Rugs Curtains Art Squares Mattings Etc The best oppiMtunity voi will have this year to what you want A enmplcri and full line to select rnini and at mudi less than usiui pi ires all and oven should for takins a vote or nerning he seatiiif The present inilifa i tion ir vil fail to Eftlire iijiiniiiions consent and ir ny event liif iliwusslon of the Iiition vill Among the scna tor vho 10 engage in thr Iiscussioi Messrs Buirows CJnarlcs im il of Connacticnt all of eating of Mr Quay Vr Unnivs vii speak today Tho iirian appropriation hill wili luntiniic riMvt attention until dis pcscil or hut i is not expected to o iloal more of debate hopes to proceed with ation of the Alakan code thr1 woek with the hope o on at an early date There IP differences pertaining to to lie adjusted in this anil rnore or less discussion will precede tlieir drie bill for hfDistriit of rilumbia probahly wii be consiiierr1 week On Ulidnr Senator Lodge will as the to vote upon the Philipj v trnnovary nHUEure but he doe hot Ivpcii to accomplish more than to a day lixeil for the vote There rn m Xt at Kreat extent but an oh j likely to be entered to a voti ihis l state Itt pracm all outlets cause of the Andrews Clothing House Ju The republican senators are disposed I tjOT1 crowd on all possible sail with theLrc of siTurini early Wrstern division of the nd to this ijnl will seek to et early I t ction on hills and on i p i ther iKTCssary The demo apiarmtly arc disposed to fal i this iiloa and ihoy too ex to ft carlv in he PROFESSIONAL CAEDS K WIIXIARTII Attorney at Law 07 At I m South The hf fonimitttjc on elections will coit ln its conbitlcraLior of the cnsc o lark of Montana during the c inator Chandler rhairnian or expresses the opinion nniy one sitting of tjic cornraittor ff to the atti Koporuil Mill S n Need tit net DALLAS i ex April u Dallas today from the and sourhwestern Texas iluod sections show conclusively thai is than fifiy lives have been lost iml iag thoso at Austin Many of calities vrhire veru prooably are Isolated niilioads and graph Mcst uT ihem are in Colorado astri At noon it was reported fruni Cirangu rhat the river is sill r and menacing mcru country j he stream now fotr feel inan ins the prea ytir is entiixiv ariu cut off 1 ne properly dam ilie wires in tao southern frf in a worse i on diiiun Jan yesttniay All the viras no disposition to debate this i tlc Ii3iomjT Kansas lexaa railroad south of Temple were lost tcda Railroad crafllo of the southern tirccn presii TOLR PRISONfRS TAKEN ilft of iif tommi A of th ic ff r nicl scsi iou of the sen tcrncon will be de of Mrs rietiy nt of the iliiii thcoast as received tele frranis from Rockport ijf heavy dam in dull property on St Joseph By 1 severe itortli in Mata gorila ay along Matagorda nnil Matagorda inland a number of mal vessels were wrecked and iome lives are believed to have been lost Trinity river at Dallas continues tu rise and is nearly n inle wide hero niieh property has been lost in tiie valley bri r cnsualities have wen fflffll FA This Year Will Be Held on the loth to i3th of September ENTIRE CHANGE IN PREMIUMS Largest Awards Ever Offered Every Farmer Has u Chance if He Has but One Animal ayiiueuii are comjicltil for sjivessfu lueeliDffinoiidinjr spleniiid uieniiuni list aiil attrnctinns The boani of ilirectorii liiis week make I the follcttinp and cliaugc is nmiie in tlie ft prtmitiiis in the calllo ex hibit IRKMUMS First premium uu exbiliit lir three best sleeis nf any T breed qual1 ity fat considered S75 second 840 third is20 To be owned by ex liibilorby Afsy 1 10W1 Resl Ibree calves of any stiers or heifere first premium Slo i In gooi sttson second SlU at ent for o premium SS secomi So I Beet steer years and tinder first SS fecond i Heetsleer 1 year and under 2i Inlliin Aeento Will Unlri O AUSTIN Tex April to 1011 the the late j ciay f0m Uastrop Iay3tte and Bod lo choice weth wothors XS i5 r yearii fir3t premium SS second ti Best crtlf under I yeiir first prem ium S3ecnnd The same rate applies o horses the moBi lfrrei by Riy t fllld should Lace Curtains 2i yard lentb 30 inches wide sne price per pair 45c April 16 to April 21 Fringed RUES sale price Each 00 SECOND ANNUAL SALE OF House Furnishings ONE WEEK ONLY have with ihe largest Honse Furnishings House in tinTimed States t liave on exhibition and ull next week i complete sample line of ihe designs in Rugs Chenille ami Taiostry Poriiens etc etc We shrill also at this time the largest line of Lare Curtains cnlain mattrials and cur tain poles brass rods and lixtures that ever have all at prices that will tempt you This would be a jtarticulaily uood time for you to select your spdiiff arpets Kemenilvi wsliow the largest line in iinrv ONE Rope Portiere worth 87Of Sale Price FISHERS Felt Shades is fair to feeder yenrllnffF SIVIB fesntr iflmts slieep nnd swine Attorney at Law anmjt to va CAUL W Stanley Stanley p H BliYAST M f hyaician and Surgeon OfflteJn Bojioir Hlori COKNINli IOWA WilUttecd promptly all cills Jay or nljcht nlty or country ituidpnct HI on Hotel Bland tit Missouri n the week in the house light on the Porto The repuhUcan inau xherc The water li lo itiloptcd whiih ion 10 in iho senI ts to a vote after several te jaboriig earrjesrly ro ton conn lies on the Colorado river lie Itw hero arc to tbe effect that tbe fui force of the flooil Is just being felt WASHINGTON April Indian I Ilemiuma evcr County bair assicistiiii and Mock lower The ill iiliLd und with the IOXHOX April Bloemfon pondent of ihc Times tele Kl 1UTTER Physician and Surgeon Office oFflf I otters drug one block Wfst otShafers T H GRKtiOKY Physician and Surgeon Friday Tbi1 Joers nuv1 iin Hanniis Iusl lint uf JaiTf ay si at ions I ari 1 thin line south to a i The rall tut ueavy pa itiiiK the sur solved Inu it is re st viud of tbo only 1 the lioer Tin nv counly court ill v A litirhu thi oil fir ui tied in tlic liitri i the incumiitrt hill wus taken up in the senate Cockrell oifereil an amendI nient reenacting the Isw of 1SOO con crininpc tic rfcordins of chattel mort gages nf the Qiiapaws and as to the rising so rapidly employment of agency assistants The out the program agreed i that the iieorJe ai compelled to dosert ameiulmctt was adopted on vVminesilay when a1 their homes wiili all possible speed o The coicmittee amendments striking protect their lives jiiit the appropriations for the agents Reports have beci received from I it the Qimpnv agency in Indian terri Oatalogius will lie Bastrop thrt nvelve people ivcc i tory at tinSac ami Fox agency in drownel ilnre liuring the niglit lu Wliirton and Fayette coontieii the stnngth but lhe repub situation is even more grave and it is to be confident that the that todays Hood In thai sec tion wi not only pile up an immense rropcrty loss but the list of live wi DALiAS Tex April follow ing flood huleltins have been received receding slowly ii tl r safi1 iiuirgin ir npp isitiiu over ever votes tinrnei against original bill lihural bili will inrnorrow and Tuesday Icwa and at the Stsseton agency uiuh Dakota were disagreed to the OJse having decided to continue those TORTIRE AMERICAN CONSUL AfeouuT Tor Action of erv tanrer bii it of tilt frtimer t i interest liinise Tnwer ready lur ilis tribtilion and it is to he iioped Ilint interested parlies will fend in their notice nt cnlties nt once Addre ir call on T M DKVUKK ety Corning Good Steady At Gillet Bros Corning owa nnderwoai s dl standard soods iicln at tin Telephone No GILLET BROS sou of Dii Fisher 1 stockman WashirRloii iiail hoth hanils shot t He saw a llui1 of ducks anJ was ta In a gtm from i vagon when i is iirivate pension day anil riatnri Brazos tiny is apart for addresses uti the of the statue of Oliver P Mor ion of Indiana tlie veather Is threaten NEW YORK April dispatch lo the Herald from Washington says An amazing story of Indignity inflicted upon an American representative has been disclosed by a reaolu OlHi blocks iti lilnck fusiilpntt tlirtfl nl liinli11 lliul nUAS HKXKY M II Physician and Surgeon ing Physician and Surgeon Will siunil 1 he eye OlEc i 1st Nftticiiiiil J1 i nipt atic nabi The Dor pany of hi II ti Dempster i ineorporaii u i for i citi7ei i He has i for the iu lri ii I iliK mi tin ja lilner Miilu II ami s i n fILIPINOS IN LVIOENCE hflrOutpuitl lit Strnrk Vntlilu Five of tlio tltjr MANILA April 1TMCI I Daoreo niiivor of lort I and one of t and I i counters between the American troops now shows nearly a 50foot rise eleven i rnJ insurgents continue to arrive 1 feet higher than In 1899 frticli WORK StiVrgis while reconnoitering si an outpost on the Xovalicnes ra fte miles distant from Manila onTCntil ond capturirg ten All were ih full iiniform Infotunately Cap ain Stnrgis forci not large to pursue me main body A detachment of the Forty second j while scouting iti laguna irce was pursued by the inatir flood inthe Colorado reached here last nifcht a25foot risie I cjld still soing up and the lowlands are oil flooded ami property damage seri ljon uffered in the senate by Penrose cus No loss of life here Of Pennsylvania which calls upon the State department for information and JiuMiments filed liy Edward Gottfried J i of Wilkeslmrre Pa late consular i agent of tins government at Truxillo Peru In sworn statement which he has filed with the department Gottfried as revolutionists in the and suhjectcil to torture In addition 10 which liis house was sacked and de river took a sudden and surprising jump at noon and has risen seven feet in the last hour and eni the outlook is alarming The HArlULi stroyed i The revolutionists demanded that he i produce 5on0 soles between 53500 land ami twentyfive rifles witb KANSAS CITY April fen opening thn new Convention hall have practically been completed and tbe vork of removing the debris from the j in fifteen minutes or submit to ehas Medical Doctor iind has uciir ijiiltil ui c tallrd to iluclur rail iiiin if Ho to nil limiof cui p K Veterinary HEIHCOMB i COS Ytna CORNING IOWA all cftl DR J W REYNOLDS SPECIALIST Gtlctl Eye Kar to eyes CRESTON imt Tluoai Iens corner Adini find OUR NATIVE HERBS The Great Blood Purifier and Liver Regulator 200 Days Treatment for ALONZO 0 BLISS CO Props WASHINGTON C WALFOIID Hnvee Iowa Agent for Adams County SttH puotage puid to any part of Adims touinj on receipt of price For eulc by A F Sbinn J M Tucker Brooks CHICAGO GREAT ia ini Ii impos tln Uritifh losses lUli siuhlwirnly it I April Syii brothers Skiing yes Hiiurcliiy April in force to i ins thf railroad protected i Springfield eight attnikeil by Poers e fiuter works riving The and anxioui Thursilay nf Iarty in the who recently Isiiin of the iJoprs impcrt Mtuatiori here in elTect upon he and obliged to tuke refuge in a aeto where tbe Americans prebels until reinlon fments in what is termed in Pern flying stocks When he said he o the Sixleentli iiL nrar Apari vilh H insipany infantry Lieutenant Oor in an uH i vrrtiy liniT i victK iiilnr ciuelld C A Dali arrested by ti the charge ff through tin women of that plai ters of a siandilotis hll Ruck fn ritai antlioriiii1 or iiiif1 indrcent liiiirs i Of lato rvrrai ave rcceiveil Pt natiiro anil ibis Ion woundfd A sergeant and a corporal of com I Eighteenth infantry were iti a severe fight in Capiz prov iice irland of Panay Thv insurgents made a night attak upon Calbnyon iBiand if Saniur killoil the sentry swarmed tlu Irwn and searched the housof Major Cilmore of the Fortythird infantry who was absent They killed his cook Titirnafely the Americans drove then cut of the town killing four and i ap Ute is proceeding actively The hall directors today have on hand rvallahle for the new building which was unabli to comply with the de le to cost in the neighborhood of woo mana he wss knocked down by a blow 000 Delegations continue to sign conI jrom a glm anrt overpowered His tractsfor quarters at tho differect In thumbs were tied together with Ihongs i anil his hands twistert back of his I Iiad Heavy rifles were inserted be tween the inverted elbows and his and in that position he wat i strung up In a short time the agoj nizing pain rendered him inaensihle until Goti Good Enough tels Today one of the leading botfly irarm nrnvinie er riosci1 a negotiated by Sena picnmLi en Qr clark for flfteen of Montana delegation Ionrtepn Streams WARRKXTOX April The tortun was vening the British shelled Fourteen I Jried agreed to the demands made upon th y me natives arc arguing that liritish have suffered reverses should tip liritisb evacuate ncr the reHUs so far as the nalivcs iio cunceircd are likely prove dis TIME e for 1 OKLYVKIN Arrive from CHICAGO AND THE EAST 31 Limited diuly 1 55 am p m Express except Sunday p m a in Express dafiy a m ST PAUL AND THE SORTS a m Limited dailj om p in Express except Sunday p m City Special dully i m CAKSAS CITY AND THE SOUTHWEST ni Limited daily fc m p m Express except SuoiJay p m m EiprMS dally ii m flASSKIS nnc MiOaa old Cora No 2 U PoUlooj ail 51 18 06 4M to twl to 360 llviln IMI Hincjt CITY Or rlIXIilO April on il imigei aspect of A ivi ionn pohir tiilLjd forth by the nf lniral llewcy the Mex ican lieralI settled in tli Siaus Mexico has little p vith American pol Tli two countviea get on very i in li international re iiioif has fonuil to Involve prolonged at i lir of cthnolosical incti Mfxiio is not likely to see of absorption So carapjign pro ii th vorlhern repuhliv all Miviro iviil late a top sent In the Ing fmtinentcl amphitheater and watch vith interest the campaign which Is to bo one n th most exdtinc cvnt yejiT iued more comment here than the of Dewey into the American political arena Paitlnon for Second CHICAGO III Chicago Phronicle tomorrow will say It Is loarued through the national democratj ic headquarters that preparations are being made to boom Former Governor Emeiy Paulson of Pennsylvania for vice president at the Kansas City con Democrats here not will ing to be quoted for publication but they admit Mr Pattlsou would be a strong candidate aad that Ms accept ance not only would strengthen the ticket but would afford an eiit from the difficulty cf flmUng a valid defense to the criticisms that the party man agers are disposed to ignore the east Iliiticml Randal EalU SEATTLE Wash April l II U S A commander of he department of Bailed for Skanway tonight where he will select site for an array post there He will VPO inspect the troops Et Wrangel and and return in ten days to Se attle General Randall expresses the belief that the government will In the near future fin3 a telegraph cable to Port Valiies a necessity and build it giving the states direct telegraphic communication with Nomis via the Yu kon telegraph line to be built at once ei too from Values arrest tlon of the Mintiuy who saw mill on Hkank rivfr met fricus prohihly fatal nerillskaliiosa While at vairl was siriiek iy L imard on iari of the mill and thrown against wall Two ribs were broken the emi of one perforating the left lung Thrre will be no in tlie huild ing trades in IKS Moiiies The con tractors have ni urti il to iay L niinimiirn of uu cents an liour to car penters ari the best mcn be paid 10 cents liodcarricrs common lolioieri were raised to r rflinimmi of I1 cent The eoimcil will inist that no laborer Ii paid less than floO per day brick rna sons to get 10 cents per hour Governor Shan has nppointoi the list of dclogatjr from Iowa to the Transmississippi Commercial congres to lie held at Houston Tex April 17 to 21 Lon Bryson Daven port John F Cheek Davenport Wil mtov lain L Roach Mufcatine Bur E throw any Ugh on the rajsto Lnehan Dtibuque Charles F Allen rrundmg the assassmptlon H Harwooil Streams which was occupied by a fuice of Boers This morning the Boers placed in position a Vig gun which they fired intfectlvely A fuailaile of fcilloweii at intervals through out the ilay The liritish dropped lyd dit anil shells into the Boer positiini fiaally siknclng the enemys atl dnvinj off the miners SSES f OR OOEBEL TBIAl A Nmabcr Hifu Suiumunril o Dorlnu ireek rRANKFORT Ky April CTani jury will continue the investiga tion the Goebel aBsansinatioi durin is veek Abcut fortwitnesses have iicn eiAmined io far and it is saJ thai more than that number are on the list i those summoned have not yet ami bren heard Xo report is expected be Tore the latter part of the week It is iiid that the names of several Ilerlii Cnnffrciln BERLIN April The Berlli pa icrs published a Washington dispatch with reference to the convening of a second Panamerican congress and ccnirnent on the proposal in rather un fjivorable terms Talkerd LONDON April Myndman the socialist lender M and others held a proBoer meeting last at lhe shoreditch town hall immense crowd gatnered The habeas corpus proceed ings in the case of Tallow Die It Cornlis the colored suspect is set for hearing before Judge OantriH Tuesdoy but it is not expected tha anything brought out in this which will interrupted by tlie patriots singini There were other Dim Gottfried has filed on itemized Statement of the damages he sustained they approximate 260000 Sentenced for Life A Williams who Mllei Thomas I Wiiltli the ofliccr who attempted to Ivvv an execution on hie property near a lew months ngo was con viclid in the district court of Union county week of murder in lhe lirst degree The prisoner received hit without any display of cmo tinn and Judge Tcdford Tuesday itfion him a life sentence It is said that Willinims formerly lived in Colony township of thla county In summing up the fcatence Judge Tedford ad drcsscil the prieoccr and closed with the following language It is clour your poor wife and chil dren tcstifj falely trying to fiive you Good and disinterested witnceeef con tradict you at every point In fact disturbances and numerous pairiots 1 your guilt is apparant in every faet and j Co Clinton William Molnes Abel S Fort JIadi sen Edwnrrt Stewart Fort Maiiiscn John Sctioenttcdi Council Bluffs Leon an L Kcllngi Sioux City The Obribtirui home near Council Bluff is orce more enjoying an era of prospiritv and the receipts are again above tin needs The finan men who are luentifled with the expelled from hall Hynuham displayed a bottle ttirown upon the platform declaring that it contained f i vitrol DECISION ON CIGARETTE LAW i ni Cojrt Chicago Ortllnltn Not Lntoiirttlttitlcnal Soir lita PITTSBTJRG Pa April Ameriwin Plate Mirror company was j WASHINGTOX 10The Unit chartered at Harnsburg on Ssturdayi snrem coirt with a capital of TniE a pany plate tie case Graundling agaiflst the city Chicago involving the validity of cial report for last week shows the receipts in thrgeneral fund to have 1eon bing above tho estimatfd for the current ex of iO Ir the s fund Hi riicipts were being SJS35 above the neeils of th week and wipns out thedeficiency iu this fund reported last xvceic and leav inp a crodit balance of James Dougherty a fanner living south oi Fort Dodge was assaujUd in IUtshvrg Plate Glass companjand the GJas company Thrncu ombinp is looked upon as the begin n of TI determined move on the prirt rican plate slass raon to the caticigarette ordinance in that city The ordinance ivas attacked is unconstitutional The opinion was handed down by Justice Peclshatn theTrade held the ordinance not to be u to mirrors from foreign PiliCES OF STOCK INC8E AS ig cocking main wss held four I ii I RalmncemcDt or west of Albia on last Sunday brought in about 500 from Koines Ottumwa ovuu iu Dtrsoa5 from nomea daylight four mtesoutt or hat ctv P and th v by two highwaymen was i men to accept positions a Ors The competltlTt Cardiff gypsum vnills Fort probably fatally injured by quantity of rock tailing on him we takeQ 1nd cumpaj had just fired oE a large charge ot powder and returned obapparcntlV deter men from gram from WajbinsWn stating comh was inatantly killed by the ac Kinlcy wonld uck ciilental discharge of a gun while d hunting1 near Conesvllle He and two companions were in a boat and in stepping ashore the boat moved away several leet and in trying to draw it in hn used his muzzleloadicg shot gun placing the stock In the DOW of the boat and draTving the barrel to ward him Ine at Livr Hnnilrtds of Minting CHICAGO LIVE STOCK 1IAKKET CHICAGO April beat lonil on sale syoil lo steers JSCOSilW poor to neolJni 490 selected feeders stockers t35OSl00 cows Ivj f ers liulla C75841T calves re ceipts none so w lite lowcir nip JiiTH good clearances mixed inu butchers 330tfr557H to cioii heavy rough heavy 535 light t52sgs32 S8003e30 all GXX to 0 allto choice mixis llngi Mtlvn lambs Ttestern lambs ai a public officer accept poeiton of professor of law at the university BUBCH BB08 SHOES ASM BETTEE NEW YORK GRjJN JtARKET NEW YORK April 9WHEATMay 315C closed at 73Hc July itSi Tliic closed at September closed at CORNSpoi easy o 2 WiJ I afloat 6Hc elevator Hay closed ai July clojed at at 45ic OATSapot easier No 2 Zfc No 0 I white 32c asked 1 TliiiLe Sl3c track white tiaeft nhlie state circumstanoe in the entire case Ion have hail i fair Every point in iloubt has been resolved in your favor know your case is n aad one and thit it is bard to shut one up in the penitentiary for hiB natural life yet itj is punishment justly meted out to you fur you tool the life of that noble voungj mm Thomas Walsh as he was just en1 toring the threshold long and life On that fatal day joung had before iiim in the morning as he bad every reason to think a long life witli ili its joys aspirations anil real young strong manly body ivas full of utrcnRth anil bone but bei fore the ending of the day you blotted I out tliat life EO far ie existenceil in thia j world is toncerned forever Your j puniehment is none too heavy for such i foul act in the sight of God and against tilt law know you have had a fair trial and I feel confident thst your punishment is just therefore the court reels per fectly satiiifled in rendering a judg ment in accord with the verdict of this is therefore ordered and adjudged and it is the judgment of this court that you bit sentenced to the peniten tiary at Fort Madison Iowa it hard labor for be period of your natural lire and that you pay tbe cost of this trill taxed dollars The sher iff will tee that this judgment is carried into effect as required by law 5 per cent money to loan on pay iatereat once a year 1 per cent com mission DALB BSOWH A W S UOOQ and Defiance Plow Von want iiall Ceriaiiily son Play BaU Corn Planter then youll be the first one through with cnni pliiitiujr and pleasure Yes and wliihthere well fret om of Moline Pattee or Badger Riding Cultivators and not wear ourselves out tramping over plowed Around And those faithful horses not be kepi waiting any longer while wgnan and struggle to pump them a drink but well have M STEEL r ILALLAPAY WOOD to pump for i he m Say father I want something else to ridejin besides that old rough wagon Yes I see The other fellow has a new buggy but he cant cut you out for you shall havp the Keys Bros Buggy and when your girl sees your mother riding in a Keys Bros Phaeton and the whole family in a Keys Bros Surry shell know we can appreciate the best of everything and think that includes her So get up old hoss we are going to O R H BATONS before thai carload is all gone they got today FUh Dinner Bread at the CiU Bakery is fine CORN and cheaper tban you can bake it The Corning Mills lery for the pictures only s r SPRING STYLES SHOES AND BENTS FURNISHINGS AT BURGH BROS S   

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