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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - April 26, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                VOLUJIK XVI1J ADAMS COUNTY IOWA TETJBSDAT APEIL 26 1900 PfiOFESSIOKAL CAKDS Hf r VVllMAKTll M Attorney at Law Olttco ovtr Clolliing Hilrtf COUNINO IOWA tocollectlona H MEYEKIJOFF Attorney at Law QpDcral in courUi Jifttclal giteoio lioctionvacttletootjt of itit rnal Oibco room I aiid 2 iAMrv u tanley Stanley ut Itw iul frauticf in All Mfttm OI Governor Shaw Makes Appointments Pro Tided for by the Legislature THBEE Of THE SfX ABE Sf LECTED Lnw lois Into ately After Effort July lot Im Which tho Cnmuils loii EUct Officers Mutt 1 H BRYANT 51 l Physician and Surgeon Office In Sijiuer IJlock CORXIXG IOWA Will 211401 promptly rltjo ntry c at Ilico JL1 K POTTER Phylcian and Surgeon Office ovtr Tollers lrui tort KeMflrL one block of SlnfurV umrble Pi ician and Surgeon Office in i yn ting store liolmill ijllilil Iltsideitce Ihtlt house vuRxma IOWA Physician and DES MOIXES April action of none in ixiilyrn American deriands n the 01 QUida information and ti cific cordilions or the reply here prefer not to dismiss the muer NUMBER 15 but express the hone that a Latisfic i Auttorizaa Rebuilding of American tory and settlement of In differences between the two countries may bo reached BATHE IS BAOIMO Ilocn Flcrculy AttUckeil Io fllllon to Anticipate MASERU Basutoland April Four Doer guns have been hard at work all day on Colonel Dili getys position i he British guns have replied at Intervals The Boera arc divided Into three di visions two beng in positions to re pel the relief columns the distant roar of whose artillery Is audible General Ilrabante relief force U re ported to be today In the neighborhood of Bushmans Kop twenty miles from has appointed three ot the six omiiHSiontrs created by the Icglsln this winter the library cominls to promote the genera library In lT s nt the state the commission The Basutos are posted en the border to orate the positions occupied by Iowa for defensive purposes They arc be trcjujis at the battle of Vlcksburg and having in orderly fashion but the Hlilloh commission which carries showing the most interest In an appropriation of for the the outcomeof the development erection of monuments to mark spots hurj i MASERU Basutoland April by iowa stlmers ua the Held General Bralmts guard reached ai Miiiob mas Kou last evening The Boers held i plain W H Johnson of tort srong position there with two guns president of the Suite Library I The cnBaKcmcnt opened at sunrise iiiitiiii Mrs D Norrhi of lfle flre At c50 a m ran iili Mrs H M uf Corning nanadlng began and for scv Miss Jcsic li Waitc of eral hours tun vcrc appointed members of the General Brabants forces aro on the liliniy toinmisslon for terms of tjo ani have fairly open country all rlirce funr and five years in provided tlie way to Vepener Ih tilil Thc stjit librarian supj Evidently the Boers real tacked Dal i irfmJcnt of public instruction and gety today resident of the State university are Colonel DaSsety heliographs exoilieiu memhers The law goes Into I AH well Boers fired SOO yea July 1 anil the commission will torchy viih doing much damage meet immediately after that j monaI7 Will CONSTRUCT COUEOE ANNEX i7zSli ANCE Jlht for ITtiy Foot at Gtvnml Ac LONDOX April 21 Jteneiral Rua dlc is appsrcaly advancing slowly toward Voier eveTy step being closely by ihe Bflera From the repuLiirril side there is a good WMhlQfrton Offlcialrt It Friendly Act by tbe ol Tull cf What Hat Itfrcn Striven for for Two CONSTANTINOPLE April fmpcrlul Irade has been promulgated piiChorlziiiK the rebuilding of the prop erty of the American missionaries lyarpir and the construction of annns to college et COQ 3otvr Tcuclitrn lliTt Ofllctrji I SIOT XC1TV April At be meet K of the general seiMra of the North Iowa TearIn i association the I chosen for E B Hut resident H E BRYANS AID WILL BE ASKED rr Sonffht MedicalDoctor D K KKAimEAll Veterinary Surgeon NEWCOMB COS CORNING IOWA Okey Vernon BANKERS INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY u tftnerul littiknp business luterrct pail on dejnuiiH PIIIIIC mnl terms IH lalH FARM lrOANS AT 5 PER CENT Sifcty U jxisit bfixts for rtnt OUR NATIVE HERBS TJie Great Blood Purifier and Liver Regulator 200 Days Treatment for AIOXZO 0 BLISS CO IVopH WASHINGTON D il UiuKLKj Hayes for Attaint County Sent postage pnid to any part of Adaius county on receipt of prica For pale by A F Shirm Corning J M Tucker wuiK olJUvT were iiMiin vrii Prtsie recording Ttvy Mi An1 Ivvmis Lemurs A Fort Dodge jiiiiivo II E Kratz of iuux City W I slmpson of ShcHlcm li K Crosby nf AlUX Resolutions of thankri the irvimen arcordef in Sioux City Tli cf II IHXt Good COB Of Silver Ir Sfittlc the TOPEKA Kan April W J Bryan is tn Wichita this his good of H COP will it is hf SOUK Stalin tl iff xiting betwT the populist H and democrats in t Sixth and Seventh districts wherefu sion Is split wide open on account of the attitude of rival nominees for con gress The fusion politicians arc very much concLrnod hy the situation In tiiifo districts and ty also look for AS H f April suite department has no nfflclal con tonight of the Associated dispatch from Ctonutaistlnoplo niioiinfiag the sultana trade regard lilt rebutldfnjj of the American ilrioli property at KharputThe nws was received wttii considerable satisfaction being regarded by offi cials as a friendly act en ihe part of sulrrn aju posslblj1 an earnest of full and Una settJemorit of the in dfrnrity claim This Is a part at Icajit of what we LVP hcfii working for for two years past1 fmarked one official when shown will bepleas ant new for the ecumenical confer ence in New York No one in authority wiHin to discuss the matter in detail but it Is understood that vLUe tho action cf the sultan is regarded with pleasure deal of Irterr ait neivs toeliv A Thaba XChu dated Friday April 20 rrpd the arrival there of ComraandAnu and Villlers and an attack inon 300 British under General Gatatrc The latter of course Is a as U 19 probable General is meantThe Brit ish it is added occupied some kopjes Imt their leit vlng was driven back The Boer loss was one killed and five wounded Ths irilipino3 Lose Over a Thousand Men in Seven Days BAMS OF INSURGENTS ABE ACTIVE AmcrJoia Side b Onlj IMsr Engagrg Garrtson at San Thl n Fifth Intanlry Got of Nlcht Largest Ever Offered by Adams County Fair Association MANILA April week has bocn ipno or he bloodiest of the war the rrst days fierhtlni around Free Stater party A Pretoria dispatch dated April 21 says the latest ifficinl news was that fighting was proceeding within hrlf an hours ride of Dewetsdorp with no results The Transvaal government It Is addod hag askecl Lord Roberts to he allowed to send a clergyman to St Helena and also a coutraJ consul to wateh the interests of the prlsonor In the raLiiiner AS Adellsrt Hay guards the Interests the British at Pretoria A proclamation has lieen Issued and private kUled In ambush anil ivhili ecortlns provision trains The insurKcnt have been nKEVsslve In every province of Luzon Ccenral PU del Pilars bind IIP ivhch was ojt of sight for three months kader bclnp reported kill hae eirivird in its old about Sin Misui1 Pllir ts suppood to be again in com Ir ffavthe American garrison lit Miguel consisllnp of three com hlbitirj the wrrklns of the mines on o ih Thirtyfifth Infantry with Sundays aad infilling punishment on gitiins n thne hours light daring a paying over a month to Frora iailysmlth today comes a dis patch spying all is quiiit and that thn Boer Riirs are silent Thc is noUiirg further from here It docs not necessarily indtcata j Bloofomein t the jrogress that the claim for indemnity Is aboni 0 lhe for the main ad doned nor that the Incident is closed j Ttnrn The state department has received through Lloyd Grlscom tile tnlteJ At Capetown a government con tractor rfir etl Trm has been arrested States charge at Constantinople tnc rcir hrhorin hreo escaped noer reply of the Turkish government to Thc of the I Wurd tn the Third district democruth iillng vfij left to tho and populist raivrctors Bet for May Thcie Is a oj with miiLh alarm tor if a rtemo itroni on the pit qa a iiiiiiliir if the tn make iniiv Ciy tii ptTniiHiit iocatiun Eor In Vluxhln n Ajirll 0 OlCMiii Iort Iiiiilsf ha been at fur ycverul days reprc siiniiig the iitrl ilrupKlsts of Iowa heir inirit and addressed the on and meaan The eumplroller of the currency has th applicationof H T 1oye C 11 Jieckctt M E Dcclcett A Dwells and I1 S Hanson for the uithcrlly to organize the First Na ou lajik of Manly with a capital r A iiiJtofllec han lien cstatillshed at liina Yisa county with Miadlah M Cliuse as euninlssioned John A Ciouilcy JCdvird Kressin For yliie Thrimas M Hood McPaul iiii slc ol the postofllce at Ber nini Mnhaskn coitj has been moved miles west of the present location crnt be nnt tho united nomina tion in mt fplit will it is predicted bt Inevitable behivrn the two stnto conventions tn to hfld lat 11 Fort The is nnv reprcsentol In congress blion E It Rirlcely Mr Ilryan is booked to speak t Wiclilta ou Tuesday GERMA1VY TO HELP 8io No nocr UtlLcratlon Should Visit Thnt Cnuiitry riKRIIN April semiofficial Berliner pubMshes an inspired iiriiilc in which it Is stated that th sentiment regarding tho Boers still re mains frkmily throughout Germrny but government sees no rea son Boer pearc delegation should come to Berlin since no good eduld be gained from such a visit Germany being unable to render the slightest service cither In friendly of to both 5iil3 or In intermediation so long ar Gront Britain remains de termined to reject both CB A UR BT1ME CirtO carrying owv as follows a le Coming ooiso KAKT Jaiiy A M t paMfingcr daily r M No passtngei1 IM 1 pasBCng tlaily I M 1C passenger dallf A M Nt Ircigrjt daily cxcojit Smiilay r No pAtMDgcr dsilj daily No S pltiMDSLT Nosi freifht daily No ss TrelfiL No H olily citcjil Sunday ol carries itasjciiRCiS Red earrUa pMgcDircr betirofQ Crcston A M A M y Or M l M A M ston Rnd HrirrU s to Iaciflc Jiuiclion Baggnge otc Vride tickets on sale rrir i through polo is reicht be removed promptly to t storage charges F H GRIGUS Agt GREAT WESTERN DEWEY SCHEDULE for Almlrul ncd Pnrly on ThcIJ Trip Tlironjjli the West WASHINGTON April nid Mrs Dowey leave here in a special train over the Baltimore Ohio railroad Sunday April 20 ou their trip to Chicago St Louis Memphis Nash ville and Knoxvllle will arrive In Chicago at noon Monday April 20 Wednesday morning May 3 the Chi cago Alton railroad will take thii special lo Jacksonville Ill vhere a threehour stop will be made St Louis will bo reached in the evening A Sloniiter Mud Cut CIINTOX April the lvo men in Clinton ire Bill Tlioriijricia and Ed McKcnna two local riiheriiicn whn had just returned from lisliing excursion lown on the Rcd il They had a big fish story to tell frimls unlike the major stories o that description they Mid MihKtanUate for dangling from n vhlch they ciirred over their iis was a monster mud cat wii tail dragged upon the ground ihe irca walked up Second street to Ibcir prize to admiring groups fvJin his tiruad back was drlpjilng lie mud and vstcr fresh from the torn of the Misliilppl Stock Ilancli SIOlX CITY April takes an inoimius amount of fned to fatten the head of cattle 2000 head of sheep and 70u head of hogs on tho Payne and SargiRson fattening ranch near j Cownlc of the State Board of Control Sioux City which is one of the largest returned from the tour of the state in nf Its kind In nil Iowa The ranch j stltutions Lnd the other members will of 0000 acres 1500 of which j rctllrn tomorrow A number of changer seeded with wheat and 1000 wl1 bc rcslllt 0 na lollr just com pletcd as the board has aimed to begin Immediately the improvements for which appropriations were made by tne legislature At the Soldiers Orphans Home at the latest representations of the Lnited States touching the American missionary claims Thc cormiunica tion vas taken to the Khitc House by ronslccrixl by the cabinet meetlLg to day Mr Straus the United Slates min ister to Turkey who had cone over from York for the purpose of iouferring with the departrrent af leitirg thefce churns called at the state department today and talked over the last Turkish note with Secre j tary Hay I The department made no public statement touching the Turkish bnyond the mere announcemcat that it was Inconclusive and left the sub ject open for discussion It waa gath ered that the brief outline of the Tur kish response cabled from Constanti nople to the effect that the American claimants must take their position alone with those of other nations docs not convey accurately the tenor of tho whole note though It Is ad mitted that It does set out properly one portion of it The opinion in diplomatic circles here is that assuming the Turkish government has insisted on Including the American claims with the others t has played a diplomatic card of some strength Such an answer to the de mand might be well calculate1 to prive the Lnited States of sympathy of he European powers As it places us In a position of seeking to extort hel ler terms from the Turks than are to tc of nations or at least attempting to se cure precedence over thorn which mounts to the same thing ltiJi OF Tik idWA BOARD of tin DES MOINES la April vnre sent back to Simons town vhonre had escaped planted to core During the summer 1000 head of stockcrs will be fattened or the beef shambles here next fall November 1 last the owners of ihe ranch have bought 50003 bushels of corn 130C tons mill feed and iOO tons of oil meal Olll Fellows Will Ccltlintc LE MARS la April Inter state Odd Fellow association organized j which will ost ivas deter mined and other minor Improvement I were ordered j At Mount Pleasant a new industrial building for which was appro at Simix City last June will hold thor j prlated was located and an electric first rnuivcrsary at Lc Mars la April j light plant to cost 513000 was ordered 20 Preparations arc in progress to begun At Clarinda there will be new make this the largest and most buildings and other much needed 1m cessful celebration of Its kind ever provcmeiits antl at Glenwood a now held in Northwestern Iowa Thc dlii trlct comprises parts of Nebraska South Dakota and Northwestern low TIMKCAPD AT OELWEIX for Arrive from CHICAGO AND TH EAST Limited diiily 155am p ci except Suudny p m daily a m j j JAND THE NORTH 5 7 daily a ni T except Sunday pin j J City Special daily a in iND TUB SOUTHWEST Limitid daily a m wpresa Sunday p tn Express daily 1 ShMj J1AHSKTS K Ota old It 80 Own No 2 515 HTiM Joo m 450 ym to s I 16 BDepartment of AgilcuKnrm Weather Bureau Following Is ihe report ot tho volmi UIJT olnervfetat Cornne ttation for tie April 191900 Killed bj MuvlDR Trnln HAMBURG la April man about 50 years old committed suicide by throwing lilmsfIf before a moving train lie vas badly mangled and not recognizable Letters in his posses c nis name as W Taylor St Louis Killuny School of Instruction CLINTON April General Sup erintendent Aishtan Division Super intendent Slifer and a dozen or more other officials and foremen cf the Northwestern held a regular railway iastitito here Matters pertaining to the economical operation of trains was under consideration over 150 engineers and firemen being present stated ihat if each fireman It was present when on duty would save a auovet of coal an hour by better firing or by having engines in better order tae ssvlnf to the company wonlil amount to a aav TURKEY REPLIES ana to lie Other Fo petiitateii SaroQ eign CONSTANTINOPLE April porte has replied to the American de mandt stating that Turkey will com mnaaUt American mlBsiloaarles under conditions as in the caso of other foreign subjects The United States legation has Joined the embassies In protest ing against the Increase ol Import duties The porte has not yet replied to the laflt colectlve note but the changed tone of the Ottoman officials leads to a belief that a settlement nas been reached In conformity with tee de mands cf tle foreign republics It is now Sully expected that the porlc will invite the Dinhosales to discuss the proponed changes Therils general Interest in polit ical circles regarding the attitude of the United States in ths indemnity claim and It is believed that the pow ere haviiii similar claims will support American action WASHINGTON April Secretary Hay nor the Turkish minis ter hen advisert nf Jicj reportiitl hospital to cost 35000 will be begun and a cold storage and Ice rcanufactur iag planli the flrst to bc at acy of the institutions will bc put in Caltnro of Sagir ncelK MASON CITY April Pin gree idea has assumed a unique form In this city and vicinity Alder man a wealthy commission merchant and real estate denier is re sponslble He has announced hli Inten tion of ralsins an acre and a half of sugar beets on a plat of ground he has In the heart of the city and will thus give a summers work to a few people His example has been followed Iby Gale and McNlder and others whci have agreed to plant from five to ten acref on land lying close to the city for the double purpose of giving employment to needy people and raisins beets la such a profitable way that next year enough farmers will be induced to grow the vegetables to guarantee the erection of a factory Tlie Minneapolis factory has agreed to pay per ton for all the beets raised in this vicinity this and this makes the venture o tfiese capitalist farmers a certain one At Clear Lake the business men have agreed to raise at least forty acres and If the farmers here can ln mis way bo Interested there is of capital awaiting Investment In a fac tory DES Schomo MOINES la April B Schreitter cmei of tho division engi neers Of the proposed Duluth New Orleann road arrived In the elty In hla opinion there is no money behind the Bctemi to construct a road froT Quage to tliia city and he thinks the whole plan will fall through The company has unable to realize on U bouds Jird all tha apparent flnaa cial backing It has had was ccimpara llvely small sums adrancad by crelu loua man who were more liotwful of the plans materializing ttian they Hie echeme wouM be n nucceaa It waa owiDg to the Inability of the coapany to dispose of bonds in New York that It became nesiesaary to permit aid In ihe shape of rijr tteline to lapse Thla oixuntid Abdul AdvlsiMl to Cn PARIS April Tempa pub lished a long article on the Turko Amcrican situation revlewliig the cir cumstances in a manner quite friendly to the United States and expressing confidence that Turkey will pay the indemnity demanded by the United States Referring to the allcgcu rj tcntlon of the United States to occupy imyrna in default of payment the Temps says Thc United States would not per haps be sorry to display a little be fore the eyes not only of the sultan ur of entire Europe the newly ac lulrcd glitter of their navy crowned with the laurels of Cavlte and San tiago The occupation ot Smyrna Jnke and there s ground o hope that Abdul Hamld will see the madness of resistance which for sueii trivial object would bring about such gTious results McKlniry to Cjinlon WASHINGTON April and Mrs McKlnley nft here at via the Pennsylvania road for a visit of several clays to Canton They oc cupied the private car Olympia form ing part of the regular train Accom panying were Secretary Cortelyou Dr P N Ulxey George Barber a nephew of the friend and William S Hawk a friend The president and Mrs Mc Kinley will inspect the work which li been in progress on their Canton homo and return to Washington prob ably Friday Samnor nt Tort Said PORT SAID Egypt April Inited States transport Sumner has arrived here The Sumner left New York March 31 and Is bound for Ma nila It carries 38 enlisted raen under command of Major Wirt Davis sixty commissioned officers and four nuries for the hospitals la Manila There is a large amount of money In the strong box of the vessel for paying the tjnited States troops In the far east SofTcrinK Indlicrlbablc CALCUTTA April latent official reports from the famine dis trict say that the misery existing is indescribable and unparalleled and that the present relief Is quite inade quate They add that the mortality among the cattle is also so sevefe that the authorities are trying to adapt farm Implements so that human power can replace that of bullocks Such a drastic measure has never beforebeen necessary even in the greatest scarc ty of animals It Is also announced that the natives are developing ngly feeilnffs and are attacking Euroneans op IncreuM DKS MOINES la April are now twentyone cases of smallpox In the Isolation camp and new cases arc being reported every day Secre tay Kennedy of the State Board of Health says ha would not be surprised if Des Molnes had 300 or 400 cases within two weta In 1898 there were 232 tMsta at smallpoi In the two of which rwulted In death while in 18S9 there were 400 cases and teen deaths Work In Oood SMIW CQRWITH la April warm rain fell tn tills Ticlaitr Tues day causing the bnuji farmers to cease for the day at least The rain while seemingly not needed hiui freshened op growing things mid Is a fine thing for the grass The smsiil pratn is nearly all sownthis wlU about close It np FUrmors say they never saw tho soil In better shape to work than it is this sprinff ElECIiON OfIABK VOiD IllIllrtlon Hotbodl WASHINGTON April Chinrtler from ihe senate committee or privileges and elections today sub mitted to the senate the report ol that committee In the case ol Senator Clark of llcntatsa The report Us com ptsrativly brief covering only about fifteen pages of printed matter It does no rehearse the testimony but simply the findings of the committee and its reason for its course The finding of the eummlt Is stated as follows The finding of the committee is that thf election to the senate of Wil liam A Clark of Montana U nisll and void on account of briberies attempt ed briberies and corrupt practices by his agents and of violation of laiva of Montana defining and punish ing crimes the election fran chise In view of this finding the commit tee reports and unanimously recom mends the adoption by the senate of the follovlnK resolution attack The kiss ol the Insur nts In this ensasement is not Includ ed in fortKoine total as they re mtvel their ihad and wounded but Twenty Filipinos in the province of attacked Lieutenant vih men were scouting ri ar The Ilcutonant and five nin ver1 ami one private killed cvunt Ielous of the Thirtyfifth men had a five tght ith 101 insurBents in the N uvi cactras dlstrlt t Twenty of the insursenti were killed Colonel of Oie Seventeenth In fantry wilio capturtd General Monte negnJ and brought him to Manila is In the isolation Buffering from prosumably cautfbt from the Filipinos oliincl Smiths command captured j ulTirers and men with The oilieers vcro hrjiiRht to Manila ifontinepr one of vhe dapper officers n thFiliiinr army looks worn and j offering premium rwirsard Hesnys ho led a terriblo llfr io inanths and hthas offered to re ruin to the north with Colonel Smith ro endeavor to persuade his former coyrralcs of the usekssneps of opposing lh AmericrnH ro hundred escapod Spanish prison the provtrire of Tayabas South uzn arrived at Manila The insurgents have 100 more Span in that district the Fl Ijiinip rods of the Iliii near Pardquo in an un pful to wreck a train CHANCE FOR EVERY EXHIBITOR Instead of Many Small Premiums the Prizes Are Offered in Larger for All Classes ihe liiectore of the Aiiarae County lrtir rLStdciutioii this year make a radical change in the premiums ottered ou stock und instead of offer ing many small purees on a great Dumber of classes the purses are large and attractive on fewer clasaea thus giving every etockraiser au oppor tunitr and equal chance to compete he raises one abimal or breeds ilhoniuglibiedB or whethe many grades Tins should prove a very impor tant and valuable alteration to the usual methods of preiuiufua and the fanners of Adams count should and DO doubt will look for ward to the time for entering their stock with ereat interest and now 13 llie proper time to commence condi tioning your animals and give notice of your intention to enter the list of entries Never before were such large premiums offered by a county fair and every person in the county should feel it their rlutv In help along n making the and the fair i ecially so when the list of entries large complete success es I t wavlhat IllB In Electricity EW YORK April annual report of tlni1 General Electric company today shovs jross receipts for year ending January 31 1900 of Of this amount there waa seat in the senate ol the United States by the legislature of the state ol Mon tana The report concludes with a strong recommendation for Carters Ijwt Gone WASHINGTON Atrll the supreme court today ChleS Justice Fuller banded down the opinion of the court In the case ot Captain ODenm M Carter dismissing his appeal from i decision of the circuit court for the southern district of Mew York The chief justice held that no appeal could be entertained by bis court tne appellant having eserdsed bis remedy of an appeal to the circuit court of appeals The effect of the decision is to leave In force the decision of the circuit court refusing to Interfere in the sentence tile court martial which sentenced Carter to flve years imprisonment jlcosimon stcck and interest on out standing debentures the patent ac count waa reduced ly 2000000 and an addition to the surplus account was snt surplus with B balance of i carried forward from last year of 353030 Farmnrn Abandon Property MERIDIAN Miss April tional ralas have added to tie gravity of the flood situation here and In the surrounding country The temporary track work which has been done oa all railroads entering the city will be damaged and resumption of traffic will be longer delayed The situation in isolated towns 13 growing desperate Food stuffs ere running short am no relief IF in sight Reports ihc interior continue to come la showing great devastation Fanners are aban ikMns farrcs as worthless and enter Ing the service of railrnails Will Not KalMi Tariffs WASHINGTON D C April Lloyd Griscom the United States charge daffaires at Constantinople has tabled the state department that hc Turkish minister of foreign af fairs has informed the ambassadors the porte will not raise tariffs previous agreement with the powers Case to Do Heard BXondav WASHINGTON D C April Viter devoting nest Monday and Tues day to hearing argument In the Ken tucky governorship case the supreme court will take a recess until the 14th iif May and then until May 21 these sessions to be for motions and opinions May 21 the court will ad journ finally Wurnhito the Cnlted States April Vienna correspondent of the Times soys The Boer peace commlslonere wul not be received at Vienna Berlin St Petersburg or Rome It a well the United States should know how the mission has failed In Europe and the temper of Europe toward the States The widespread hostility to ward the United States which is oon iiintly manifested on the coniiaent Is a factor to be reckoned with as the United States will probably discover ill the next reEewil of commercial Cblld lets SGOOOO MARSHALLTOWN April In thirty days Adelaide Louise Merrlam will come Into meseasllon ol nearly and will be the wealthi est iyeeroM huiress in the city She In the daughter ot MrsL C Rood who hu been twice married Hct pres ent husband IB LC Rood of the Piano company and an raplo dealer at Venter Cfty Lit if Umragh lur former bmbaBd O Menlain the father of Adelaide that the inheritance falla doe New Burllnjton Feeder Fiom NEW YORK April Marie Dlrse of this city Jumped from the Brooklyn bridge without serious Inju i1ei Many men have made this leap into the waters of tnc East river since the bridge has been completed Most cif hem have perished but Miss Dinse Is the second woman who has ever at tempted to end her life In this way On September S 1835 a Mrs McArthur jumped from the bridge and was but sliphtly Injured She was discharged whon arraigned In a police court On August 31 of the same year Mrs Mc Arthur made a second attempt to Jump lint was stopped by the bridge police Oenernl HlTora to Resign HAVANA April Rius Rivera secretary of agriculture has had a long Interview with Governor General Wood regarding the letter which he wrote urRltg a union of po litical parties and unanimous demand of independence by the end of 1901 General Rivem will probably resign arly this week from his official posi tion The Cubano predicts that the re maining secretaries will do likewise IB It Is recogriized thsit General Rivera lfilils a powerful influence Other sec of agriculture will not affect m They give It as their belief that ho party will bc benefited by Kiveras H TACOMA One Too Many April Kowland ill professor of mathematics at the Sound university an1 formerly speculator and business man i nialne Neb was arrested here on Ihargc of Mgamy He Is accused of a ebraska girl five years he deserted a wife In England i dots not deny he has another wife iving he claims he read a state iert in r Xehraska paper to the effect ihat deHrtioii of a wife in a foreign country r five years had been con strued hy he Nebraska courts as a di vorce His English wife is an actress and Hill says that they never lived to end r aoebel Inveitliratloii FriANKFOHT Ky April he Franklin county grand Jury has col adjourned It Is understood that the Investigation of the Ooebel asasslno tion has been completed The lrdlt ment against republican Governor Try lor charging him with belns an acces sory to the murder will be heid up til after the argument of the governorship contest case which Is docketed for hearing before the supreme court a I Washington 30 and It is said bv persons in the councils of the prose cution that no such warrant will be is sued or other steps taken In the case till after that time 5 per cent money lo loan ou najmenbi pay bfaMt one yar 1 I Bootlfi Up the GoneraU WASHINGTON D senate committee on military affairs reached an agreement to report the bill for the reorganization of the army with a number of amendments The bill confers tlie rank ot lieutenant gen eral upon the senior major general and that ot major general upon the adju taut general Of the army CHICAGO April Chicago police say they havei eighteen agnlnst C O Charleston under arrest on the cnargi ot getting email aurns or money from varlcAia persons on worthless chcclw Charleston is aald to IK a formaJustice ol the peace and a former member of the Nebraska leg islature tlu American people eon toui were sugar DALX BBOWN W H EnuM trust each fanner IIH HI eijiiit chiince ami premiums large enough at tract the enlrica ofall Thin week your attention is iully ilirected to the premiums on horeej wiiich are ns follows DIVISION The horse Ihat comes nearest fill ing the purpose for vrliidi lie is lie signed to be considered the in this Best stallion any breed three years or S20 second Best stallion any breed under three second SS CLASS I Best brood mare any breed with 810 eccond 86 Stallion any breed having best 5 grade colle under one year second 810 CLASS III Best team of draft geldings nr mares three years or over not to weigfr less than 1500 pounds first S12 second SS Befit draft colt under three mare or 810 second 85 CLASS IV Best carriage team to be shown ou track to second 88 Best single driver ithown to 810 second 8G CLASS V Beat team general purpose horses shown to harness not to exceed 2800 810 second CLASS VI Best saddle pony ridden by boy under 14 years oldfirst 85 second 83 Downing Sons Sale The reduction sale at Downing Sons market and grocery will continue for about a week longer and the special prices on lines lo be reduced still hold good On other lines prices aiv attractively low Full line of Groceries and the lines market in the citv Laonday Soap Fresh Vegetables arc received every day and an especially fine line each Saturday Call on us for garden stuff of all kinds Cured Meats Prices advancing every day but we have about two tons that was pur chased before the ad vance and our custom ers get the benefits DOWNING SONS MARKET AND GROCERY Phone No 20 Corning Iowa still goes at 10 bars for 25c Only a limited supply remains Come quick California Fruits Those 80 cases are not yet quite up antl while they lost you can buy fruit it wholesale price Be Wheels Did Not Baise from Standard Bred Ironing Stallion the Ground Best ond CLASS VII team first Obitnary In speaking of the desith of Mrs Iw II Gilbert at Lcr bc ne In Villiecn April 21 the Villisea Letter says Harriet Esther Lawrence WIB born March 251850 n Morgan county Ohio and died at her home In Villiscn lov April 211300 at the age of 50 years 2G days When ehe was bmt a chl of 5 yeare her parents came west nettling n Adams county Iowa where ftbe bad made her borne until moving hereabout a year and a half ago for tlie oukc of receiving medical attention May 301S71 elie wiii united in mar riage to Robert Henry Gilbert For over twenty years she lGa been an in valid but has bore her sniftering with a great degree of Christian patience and ortitudc Daring tlieee many years she has received every attention that conlt be suggested by the love of a hus band who bas been all that a hnsband could be and of her family and friends She leaves her companion of nearly twentynine years and her who for ten years piut Jiris taken the place of a daughter to tier alfo two brothers and tbrcc sisters In all ber suffering in Christian faith ami hope she bas looked forward to the time wlion she might cruse tme river of death and Aland upon the golden fhorce of eternity Sbe was u member or the Chrlitlun church at Brooke Her great desire was to point others to Christ The fnneral was conducted from the homo Tuesday forenoon by Rev X H ifohnson of Elliott and the body taken to a cemetery near Broolrfi when Kcv Peroirrlnc conducted tne ceremony at The special KII by riper Okey plaec Saturday Mm success in every 1 oclock lunch uir iinblic wiiich wit fi all At the Ir niowtr drawn do n a large Irani of horrf btr pnllrd gronrii when tic tcinii Hie Icart 1In nf wonld not if from ivhcn tile sickle bar niei or when cutting m the r t of II is tio iiiidthat t tlie sickle of i1 iVliicl a tei denev to in I iliuiieei on the ground of llicni After tin mower te plows and iiirrowe wire notiied iV new jirms bn ililitig in ufrc farmers wngon wliith protiLlbk to ill eoreoriin one Special ArrangemeDT Coiintyf REuVnti eoiiilAnelT for tlic year for SI50 payment in advance strictly The Bepablki Hie leading Democratic paper of the anil ifc Kuetl twice a week Call fi FIIK PRESS office and get combination for both paper A Bakers Dozen of Them Thcontand out MidiKcof the Honcl Populisls thev styli iheiiitclvfS held A kinJ of RipuMican iiuo show at Dee Moincs a ftrv days ngo ard dc nouncei1 Gencntl n iraitor They selected delogiites lo thrrincin itioonvcnion It may In truthfully said of are getting in line to receive their snare of Mark Ihinnnf imlepenileiiT gpcakiiis of ARLINGHAM Kvery day in the week except Sunday at IJnne barn in Corning Iowa AniiViHAM is a ciark liiy wslh black pointsand 1G hands high ainJ is noied for Jiis style and action a mad horse Was fired by Billy ami Ie longs in the noted Willes family of trotters TERMS OF SERVICE cu ui ties partin mare wnn IOBI 1jir with msTcs will be held tor insurance Care will ie taken t prevent accident hut no respoiiBihil ity for same should they occur BROWN KEEPER boodle ths fall The American of Crcston in tbifi conventionsays Thirteen middle of the readers at tended the state convention at Dee Mojnes antl selected 10 Cincinnati convention Iirccms from tb report of the mciiing tliat a por tiort of those in favor of witi ihppocialiijtfi wiiich angered the true bluet greatly Calamity Welicr prctidcd md exposed his sores inflicted ot Omaha onil Lincoln when be attempted to life ofprcxic to sca sent at the national commtucf niecting of the Populist pyrly fini WIH outcd C A Wickcs of DavisCily und JL Sjp of Afion were helcctcd as dele gates from nbis district to go to Cin cinnati Gorniag StateSavingi Bint las money To loan on improved at 5 per cent annual interest witli optional 11 t r Russell and wife were virUing relatives anil fricnuiin Prcscott Friday lnrlng tlie past wed Mrs jr Winner 1ms been visiting her mother Mrs Dr Avrill at Halvern Cliae T Cole Jr of DCS Moinct is Bitins at the iomc of T H Kevins in this city We understand tliat rIre Cole who iicconipaniee her husbanil will remain time on a visit with lie r mother One of thi meanest thicvcR in the world stoliIrotn Dennis Keefe a purse J15 Thc robbery was com mitted from Ins dwelling in the EOuth part of town and the money taken com prises Mr Keefes savings who is badly criippled and the loss isirreparable to in his present pbyeical condition W J Hidingcr of Union township wiio was Injured by si kick from a horse a few days ago was brought before the commissioners of last Thurs day and was adjudged insane His dementia is of a mild type and it is hoped that proper treatment will re store him to the full use of his faculties was taken by Sheriff Korrls to Clar inilu Friday the grave On Sanday April 20 19CKI U Mr K B Joniw who Lus operated an nx handle factory In Corning for a nnmbcr of years left Monday for flyraoolhIII whore he will Btort a factory Al Irwln ami family and Mr anil Kra Cbai Ony accompanied him and tbetwo men be In tho Ja tory at Pty montb ud Mm John KJIot lavubip daughter Moliior and child doing nJeclr snd friends join In best wUbw for Oic young Udjrs tntan Meiwr The of tho sudden death of Compton formeily orthljt city late a itildont of Oudar Bapldn win In wrrow by a wide clr oli of frlrndu in this city this week FREE us 2S iiTid und omifialioD of Iioin lur klo v eillicr ir viio old nr 1 It am iiuiMC in Iniuaiilc nlncli will uay hoir limo or fc Jlink of Coiniiicrcc OmaliB G V Kilter Blk Oiualia Sfcrotary Tortcr WASHINGTON April 0 continued 111 health Hon John Ai dlsor Porter Becretarxto the presi dent has tendered his resignation und the president has accepted it to take effect May 1 George n tVir telyou of New York tfce present assis tant secretary to the president fuss ccn appointed to the office Mr Por ers health wan seriously Impaired n year ago by a severe attack of illnts and since then he has been at times relieved somewhat from the onerous duties of his office but failing to re gain his health he was constrained o resign x lc Wets Drop ALIWAL NORTH April de tachment of 200 of the Rouivllle com mando Is patrolling Inthis division tfany of the men go to their farms at night and rejoin the dttachment In the rooming The Rouivillccommirj do numbers 700 A large body o iasutos ia closely watcilng cicaf ron the border It Is reported thaf Boera lost heavily n the recent flehting at Weptaer There much among the women i urgent message for assistance na been tifent to the Rouxrille do There waa fighting at DeWcif drop today rirot Cmlcrvllle la April vlllc the county seat of Appanoose county was visited by a very dins trous conflagration which destroyoii a large number of business houses in Lhr main part of the city The origin of of the fire which started on the sooth side of the square Is unknown It bn gan eirly In the altcmoon and was not onder control until late In the even ing The Lewis Lumber company was amonis the heavy majority of the buildings destroyed were cheap frame structures aad the loss will not exceed ftanday PcbMl Work in Iftwa ELDORA April May is the day set by Iowa Assciatioc for a house itaton of tha state PlAat fontUli Town Hwt SlfENANDOAH UL April the last meetloc at the city council an ordinance pawed srantlag the Electric Light and Power company per use the and tot a hot jrurpoee of wotwr Tbiw or tma iinHoB tMavJ ua when WML In qpi aettii In fine for men women uul Gets 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