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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - May 1, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                AM rich Ciirntor VOLUMK CORNING ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THURSDAY MAY 1 1900 NUMBER 20 the Hour t t Is sonieiliing to keep hf sun and ihe rain f one ihivliot In1 next rain from your f lints and rlofliis iilVia very compie lin if t t t The Sate Cosgieas at Des Morass Selects Officers THE NAVIES OF THOSE CHOSEN Fancy Parasols Sun Umbrellas Aiuinitl Kucaiupnicot of the Grand Army of tlio Fcpnblic to Held At ritvrn prt Jatt 13 and the lild ROJR fad Mftttora Rain Umbrellas snn meft tllf of yniir i i nl 3rnMr iiiiiMl Ask io Sec That Black Silk Umbrella at DES MOINES May ciate of Mohers was orjjan i izoil here with the following officers I Ilfidont Jrs I L Hillts Miincs vice Mrs Julia ichnK Hallam Sioux City recording Rose Jerrell Oskaloosa iftrewry Mrs E 3 ur iiimt5 treasurer Mrs J B Atlantic auditor Mrs R Thrte upri tlelceaius all over rln state The linal meeting of the ex ecutive board of he National Congress vis hold at the Savfrv house riis ncuniiig The time was spent in re airiniiiK lomraitteea and discussing the QUI ritions of ways and means viMal additions have been nde to til olil ciimralttccs Since the meet iM of thr resolutions committee it has rhie In light that the suffrage rcso 11 ion whuli it wnainmpien to rJil iiad through conRn is hia year iras luiiisht hiIVru tlie commlttd and Milicl Th nisttiT VMS a mere lor jiMility b tirsiiuiC has iien ttnresolutions commutre ainual since the PROFESSIONAL UAllflS AttoTUoy UL A iHtMV IOWA Attorney 1 i 411 Jill OULIJlijllO illlUlji DAVPXlORT la May 23The an Stanley Stanley I in ll I i U Ii liVAVr M Ii Pjnyuiciin aad Surgeon Physician ajid Surgeon office uvr PnltetiniruKkVire iristof nmrllc M D V Physitian Surseou W Physician aiitl Surgeon Medical j F Veterinary Surgeon B it COE Yana G ionA NOTICE It iriiii iriirl Cv in trifll riijiiili iMiiiijiiMiitH inl lirrn vill liiil ii ii Mutr inleTvis U cii Oillciwish P II MiyHicfl Vc Th1 Arr Kjpt CB the Move IjliicJs cf Eobbes AL SHD TO BE QIIET IN MANIU In I irM n lloncvrr In ItnplaljFllUdf t IUiil Nnlvi From the i isiti Aquluci f ttif Chirgu of Ttvo Filipinos W May small iririii1 tin capture of arml r iiintipuc dally in north 1 vci uprations hy the Ninth TvY Thlrtyfcurth 11 i i resulted In klllins til of the CEOmy prisoners and the if riflts niiil a itiantltjoi K Gardin with three cotiUKiilis nf the Twentyninth and IliirJacket1 from the KliiLMl Helena arrived at ialanos Ifiaaii of Masliate under fire routed thf and cr rn ensge rni Irjitint haif an hour occupied the town without tasualtics Tiio eommarrter with tweny GScetr and 230 men Eurrend ered on May 20 giving up 100 rifles The imipreSalve scene occurred on the campmert of the Dcpainncnc iiand Vuiy ir the Rtpuhlic uili InluMd ar Ijiivenporl June and 11 ClmniiirdcrinCliief Albert D Wiitcrioivn N t will ijiliver j the The veterans will lie to ihe city hy Mayor Fred lifiii MA Hon C E MeCurdtty of j iron M ii to the An excursion on the river has been tr Davenport mcmliers i anil the will be given as cp p rtiniity 1 sec the Hennepln canal A nil Ihe by Command Alhert D Shav Depart ireiit Comrianrtcr Bailey and Mra Blkintwl CBacht CHICAOO HI May ago police a man under ir In Leipsie on the charge of stealing IFI5000 worth of diamonds is Charles Woodward Williams alias Anderson alias son alias Wrlgiit win has been ab sent from Chicago nineteen vears Woodward 15 known aa one of the Cleverest thleres In the world ind has earned the of the IHa mond swallower through repeated acts of that kind In order to escape conviction He has stolen half a mil lion dollars worth diamonds ind has served nearly twenty years In the jails and penitantiarlei in this country and In Europe LONDON May illness 01 Mrs Gladstone is now reported to lie more serious Her strength is grad ually falling aid the members o ihj family have been summoned to Ha Kayi 30000 Ilofm Pa4itcl IONDON May has tBe following from Vredefctt dated May Thirty thousand Boers are to have passed through here and to have crossed the Vanl nut number is probably eicessive Idcml Weather for Vleitlajj Ecllpua Fa vors tha TVADESBORO Ga May eclipse was viewed without a cloud to I AT Ml Live Stock Men Ask OflCgreffl to Meaama EXCESS DUTY ON IMPORTS WANTED Bill Introduced Empowering dent to Take Such of Ten Fer Cent U Live Stack la threats aro Behind 1U Xew York ChicaffO South Onuthn and SOUTH OMAHA LIVE STOCK SOUTH OMAHA May CATTLE The serKTiU market on fat cuttle 5t lower and In extreme cases lOc lower The trade was a lutje slow as Is npt 10 ba the case on a down market ajid It took n Illtklonger than usual to effect a clear Cows and heifers were in smaJl sucply and as thu at the usual liberal proportions the offerings were rll takuT early The prlcefl paid were fully steady steers S20 steers anfl hollers UWj5W cows WASHINGTON May a result of a conference today between Presi dent J W Springer of Denver of the National Live Stock association and members of congress relative vO the German meat Inspection Mil tte fol lowing bill wa3 Introduced In the house by Representative Bailey of Kansas That whenever tne president of the United States shall DC informed that the government of the Onuan empire tjas passed a law imposing prohibitory duties on meat products Imported into that country ho sball Isaue a procla mation setting a Lime when all arti cles manufactured In the German em pire when entered for consumption at the ports of tte United States shall a duty of ly per ceiit In ot the imposed thereon prior to the passage cf this act and all such pro ducts and manufactures so en s tfiiwjiiO bulls i7ij heifers KI J2AOig450 mar the spectacle Observations terej for consumplion after said time mails hy scientists from the Smith1 fijeil the sjaii pay aotuan institute at Vashmgim lie duties English olisvrvatory Princeirm uni versity Charitoa 3 C liiiiury institute anil a representative fvam the Toronto Can Astronomical so ciety was also at work The ecllp3e furnished a beaitiEul sight and the observers mite la pronouncing the conditions perfpLj Barnard of Verkcs observatory stated that lhc totality period is slightly shorier than ralculatei which proved Ihe moon tables In slightly All the principal work photo graphed and the iiroiram was toin carried out Many photo graph were taken hy all he parties he inc Tile bill was referred to the ways and means committee and Springer saw members of that committee with i view to urging early aclon He said as to the measure The National Live Stock association is the largest organization of its kind in the world representing over JOOOOO and with it are federated on this subject the American Hereford Breeders asGtiation aad some hun dred live stock organUations We feel that the live stock indus try I Just about stesdy with the sootl lime yesterday 01 a little stronger thmn the extreme low tlmii yeaierdaj The markot a whok Just a little belter than yester day Buyers xoulrt UiHe the Rood at I3Q5 the same as ycstertliy but tne proportion at itiat price waa n llttlA lurjy cr un the other fcund It was very frard wortc o set them 10 pay ovvr far thu Ussier mljud loads and boltJefa oi sucti wsre reporting the rnarhtt ro more ihyn tUMdy with early market wax sufficiently active to cteoi up huK of the hogs In very good season Tlvce only a tew cars here and the market wus very dull anii jlow For diiys there have noi by en aiutUni shevp Or tc really atviikeri any umucji buy irs bull t Hi rcveiyis fnr th3 wettl consisting jf com m or ind halffat stuff Clipped SXi515 clipped ilnjfa ii choice fair to good clippoi 3Weg ROjfiiVi to Lhilce Coloriniv THE GOLD DEMOCRATS ABE FOOLISHLY TRYING TO FRIGHTEN FUSIONISTS TUJ Hot to Kiliillx Thai Their Suppturt Sot tnUm Any with the mh r VO it CHICAGO LIVSTOCK MARKET I CHlcuTo MI The sound money meii of who are Democrats from cannot be silver men now anci preserve charatter ani consistency They raigrtt accept Bryan Iri dilation iipou a platform Ignoring silver ii with conscience abur Bryaa in all his free silver trappings boasted knight ot repudititton aua champion of calamity would be ji sa rjflcc of principle beyond contempt Tribune Oh clear wont it be too bad it Oeireland and Morton Hill imd Satan haTe to sacrifice in order to supptrt Bryan We hope they will keep their principled intact and not compromise with ecmscienci and vote for the other felloe What tender conscience keepers tho Repub lican organs have become They an dreadfully afraiJ that somtbuJy will fall from grace It Is very easy to tell who is a Democrat from principle according to the Tribunes idea He is a man who voted the Republican ticket In 1S9G hope all such Dem from principle will voe it car to priciv steers not give them a to take him 300 hulls to inline and but silver He would rot abandon sil ver It he could thereby catch a mil toplion sold bugs If they vote for him s singled out by the German em pire for direct discrimination and al at intervals and especially of the stock people will eel the effect corona SPVPKI were ucd cf such They fee too that tte In tryin haa tor the allied stock in iiIo thy With tyes Wile M if suios to all his virtues If they vote for VI1 vrs KI Bryan they must vote for bimetallism Lit OcB for an income for election of by lhq PCDPIfOT thc to spend their time eitating dissen sions between Democrats Populists iml Silver RejiubliiDS Republican editors caa not votes for the Republican part by defending the Republican administration but if lhy can divide the opposition they can accomplish the same purpose I believe that the Democrats Populists iud Silver Republicans are ton irj too eiirueu and too patriotic ro he deceived If a Populist wiii ex amine the RiiribLean ediiiriuSs wrii ten in praise if the mitMlofcac roid Populists find them editorials written four years ago n praise of Gold TRese ed itorials would look well in parallel J Bryan Wichita Kansas April 24 WOO An Amcrlcun Wanted Radlj Ii is quite in keeping with the alli slance of the Hay family to hcr naj that our it Prctoria shouM report that men sen TO the Transvaal In th Rti it ar joined the liters on their arrival He evidently fpels That his vara ought tu stoji the tion cf pecplo And prob ably papa ivb has eeii allowicg the 1riiish to get iKirs and supplif s of all from r U1 only too ad to liis Brit ish illies in this Oh for an Anifticaii in House anJ anothtr in ilic Jiinipolls State Both Hoohru iw iihnli lo Adjnnr naiJvelnnidoff7w rn Mmhs KOOJTW between the HI cury ue planet Mfr iriiLt onirluniler liailey ana um nii iii S Hutihinson presklent ot the Ke lljf corps The well known Hornets Xest 1viKMlo will bold Its annual re union at Turner hall June J2 beglc nlm at l oclock In the morning and eiullnt with a carnpftre In the evening GKINXEU May ot the most remarkable escapes on record oe iirreil near Olds on the Iowa Central whire baby was knocked about 100 feet bv r locomotive and was appar ent v unhurt A little 3yrarold ch14 wheel a baby cab down the track and lie wheels entangled In a cattle guard Tired out with his efforts to remove it he clambered Into the cab and went peacefully to A snort time afterward a train came along and knocked the baby and cab 100 teet or more The irain was stopped and tut baby plcied up unhurt The parents of the child are Mr and Mrs arm04 and liberated The Islanders were round aufferins lack of cod cvliif 1C the blockade rnd the Amer ican aiuloritles are crdcavorin to relk them Pt ie reigns and no trouble 13 ex In Manila althoucrb the city is Iluvded with pooplifrom th prov ine and were leaving the unprotect ed In nrder to avoid the con whlih the lUnurKCt leaders i well as rubbery at of lie niving Insnrsenta o lie charge Uriidler Gfm nil Frederick iuii IAII of hiiviiu urimarily shot twi rialive the MMvinro ef Zim IIILNI a discontinuance of li Irip It develoiied tha fat Kunstoii caught ihe iatl s in tie minlfcinc loiind scnutn action in view if ti being regarded as JiittiinWe FOREIGN TPOOPS MUST LAND Coal iBtilclHlno COtrNCIL FLUFFS May Coal association of Iowa und Vebrailia hold Its second annual convention in thlB city June 21 at Odd Fellows hall At the conclusion of the meeting the members will take a jaunt ta some of the scenic points in Colorado a a special The con vention will he held here In response to an invitation extended to the as soclation hy Mayor Jennings i7i rRAFJK e Okey Vernon BANKERS HESPONSIRILITV S600000 1111 geiicril lulcnt aiil n ilfp1ili ind In ms ns Miiijs liaiiki FAPM UJAfS AT 5 iEli CEKT Siiity s fir irnl OUR NATIVE HERBS The Great Uluod Purifier and Liver Regulator 200 Days Treatment for SI A 0 KIISS 00 Irops VASIIIXCT01V I Iowa Agciit fir Aihuns County Sent paid i of Adams iounty on receipt of price For Bale by A F Shinn T M Tucket Rrooke No iliilr In Ma W Jnllr Cccpl Sunday r M Cialon Icvwocn CrcHton nid ill ta Tfltiiic Junction throut h Hook Jirldn ticket f promptly lo rrotiitlon of Iiiiinil Thclr Sr MIIC n IvJiln IEKIX May diplomatic CIKIS to afk the Tsung IviViiurii Chinese Konign oflice to define explicitly tie measures which Kiverrffivf inteaus to in with tiio Boxers Tho KjvernmiUt is making some at tenips to iliiclt the raovements o the IJOXITIhfe Tfic streets are quiet hut th country is in a state of terror far a the native Christians are icd Pi of and Catholic refu arc IlccitiK ior protection SHAXGHA1 May re ilived today indicatc that affairs aroiiiu rekln ure extremely critical tiit defeat of the government troops by the iioxers It inow re swde hens certain that foreign troops mut to Pekin to pro left ti wliile ihe withdraw al of niisioniriis from Interior is ithiieratlvc of the provinces of PC Chi L and Chan Tung are in a iinc better thaii aosolutc anar rhy mi disorder is spjeading in the proviur of ohan HI In conserjuence lif the tnconrise rccolved from the IVNCIiS MAJORITY IS LARGE Konr to llvt Tliouaand Store Tlinn Dnnnolly INDIANAPOLIS May received by the canviissiiii board of the Jiitetnatloiinl Typographical union iiulicale row that Donnelly Is defeated by Lynch for president by Iron 1000 to 5000 For illit vice president ihe received are not sufilclentto decide the result no close is the race between Hnys and Hawkcs It will require the official vote to decide The indications are that if there Is any difference it la in favor of Hawkcs of Chicago SiMiir from Smallpox GRAXn ISLAND Neb May The old solrller Henry A Curtis who has been quarantined at the Soldiers home on sicount of smallpox died here Every precaution has been taken and it Is thought no further sprend of the disoaee will occur MysltTloui Kills Horsru BROOKLYN la May Krelgle of Madison township who lost six horses last week has since lost five more which includes all the work horses be had on the place The state veterinarian decided the cause to be blood poisoning fvoro watejr The family used water from the same well with no bad effects which seems to disprove that theory Ibe neighbors is well as Mr Kreiglc are not very veil satisfied with the investigation Two Prrsons Drownoil DUNLAP la May Lim bers a farm hand was drowned in OloTihms lake a couple oi miles north nf this city Mo waa with a ivamp His mother resides at CLARINDA la May Traw ver in years of age was drowned here in the Nodaway river while bathing search of about two hours resulted In flnfllcg his body Itrtte rlealR Gollty LEMARS la May Mohr who a few weeks ago outraged an 8yearold girl pleaded guilty in the district court and was ro a term In the Anamosa penitentiary ot nine years and eloven months Portion or Balio POCAHONTAS la May land and loan company of Rolfe this county gave to the assessor as moneys and credits ana wore raised by tbi town board to The case has been settled at 96000 and paying back taxca Sevnrnl other cases from that town of the same nature ate In court but will probably not bo reached this term IOTTH Itrmkrr IB Oom CHICAGO III May 11 Drake OJ Albla la for many years Uie leading bankers of that ite lad a brother of exGovernor Drake tiled suddenly at the Great Northern hotel today The cause of death was hemorrhage of the Jungs Nullro Flid Churliiion SEATTLE Wash May 23The Manila TVoedom prints a story to the effect thit the steamer Churruca re ccntly touched at the Ulitnd nhere tho was wrecked and found the op a number of articles belonging to the cruiser Insnrch an the sent out shortly the Charlnstcti was revUf lillc find anythijc of tlie vessel the tlirory is ailvtHcocI that Ihe nativlvi to cut oil the musts oi the cvuiwr i liiw tho silnTii ing the hull fnin the Run rnmant aid givlng tie work of salvage ftr tluir own tloi TAMMANY FORCES FOR BRYAN Of the actual results ncthitsg car bo told for some time A special trsin from Charlotte lrought 100 pTsoas to vinw the rvlipse Ca May success attending the eclipse observa tions here wa highly Proi Alfred E Burton in charge of the ex pedition from the Massachusetts In stitute of Technology gave ou the following statement at 0 oclock The weather here perfect Toe altitude 23 decrees 13 minutes lomI tude S hours 30 minutes 5i 210 SK onils G J Tlosnier observer nryt contact was at 7 hours 2 raln 15 S10 sriords local metin time second contact S hours 0 min utes ilO second Tae time ot totality was 1 minutf llo onds A G Hohhlns ohsever the magnetometer showed no disturbance In magnetic declination Seven sketches wre made of the corona and six photoraphs taken hy Harrison W Smith Tie success of the observations hee was wired to London England In one minute The telegraph company ur nlahcd a direct wire from this llttte town to the cable office In New York City and the cable flushed the laat woed under tlte iv siicoad after It reaches tile forte offlci Prof W H Plcierlng at the ui tuj of YaleE eipediUon lmnlshed the fcltfrDm hE lwaHtic3 in the state lowing statement j The weather here was perfect and Kfiinu IIHIFC the observations were entirely satis NU LAK3 HUN UN LllXLS factory We secured tilrtyslx with intramercttrial Epparatus ami thirtyfour with thirteen other cam eras aided hy nineteen assistants The terests of the United States to speak out in uncertain tone and they hope to direct the attention of congress and tlie government to the situation All the live dtock states are deeply Inter ested In vhat is being done and are de sirous of having adequate roeaanrw adopted to overcome this discrimina tion by Germany Kaasad City NEW YORK May John F Car roll leader of Tammany hall In the absence of Richard CroUer gave out the following carefully prepared state ment last I do no believe that the attitude of the Tamjriimy hall organization at the state convention will be either doubtful or equivocal AJ far as I have been able to eoasut with this representative men of the organiza tion they entirely atconl with my view of both the propriety and the ei pedlency of sending to the national convention a delegation Instructed for WllJIam J Bryan as the presidential candidate It Is safe to say that every dele gate will favor tie program aad whatever tufliwnto posseaa will be exerted to Impress Ihfi desirability of its adoption upon the delegates KANSAS CITT LIVE STOCK t KANSAS CITY May JSCATTLE mon lights easier ituokers and reisers i7 mis J4s SHH1CP AMI prlcis Ooloraiilo wOjt Texas yri hil J43 iJartat sou nt timts STlkKiTji I clippvt nuttons ssersi feeders YOIiK GRAIN 1IAHKFT 41iifcV doaed at J1V Jvily at closer at 5 Xc X1 3 No vMte Nq 3 white 3c traik irlxeO irtorr track white 2S of independence and the Anieri can constitution for the perpetuation of the principles of Jefferson JacKsnn and Lincoln for the inherent right of all men everywhere to be free ami in dependent They must also vote against government by injunction against trusts and combines and I hir heavy aganst imperialism militarism unJ j 81 murder These lire the ondivions ni the only ionditions on uhirh anybndy can he admitted inta pcopKs party of reform Ii they come with contrite hearts they will revive a chilly velcome If they dont cnmc fbal they will have to on the oittside hLre in XivcmlOr there will b weeping an wailing and gnashing of teeth SATAN REBUKING SATAN during th recessirv qiioti roil No white OATSSO 2 jo 3 inite NO Gi fi chilci 1 flax JlSO No 1 nortb fair It Is scarcely pie to understand the absurdity and j hypocrisy of the Republican party d nounclng trusts the various forms adopted by the recent Republic an state conventions Ihe question is says the Wash niu Ington Tiroes the American hb maSiS SlWid and braiaieiS t0 1M bsv be taken in by any such blithering idiocy Can they be made to believe that the party which In the present and preceding has openly and notoriously passed any legislation cSemuided by the trusts which has bitterly fought and successfully block ed every proposition opposed to their die Ellort clear aides 87000719 MOTHltftS WORK fOR REFOIM Imlone for Colored Chil dren mod Bottur Hnmta 3fis MOINES la May National Mother Congress The rrinlt Comptinf Kzpcct to Hare Two Started Today of the 1889 eclipse Two large solar protuberances were Our polar filaments six seconds In dlameter traced the corona about one degree The shadow of the moon on the sky and shadow bands were well seen Venug and Mercury were conspicuous The Inner corona was visible In the telescope seconds after the totality was over There was no darfe band around the mooni limb during the partial phase and no detail on the moon during totality MOBILE Ala May eclipse i was a decided success here though not entirely total Just before tin1 highest point of totality was reached tt light doud covered the sun shut ting olf the brilliant rays and making it an Ideal spectacle ior sightseers On th1lower right baad arc there was a brilliant point o light making tho effect of a huge diamond ring sus pended in the sky Tae birds went to roost and the anlmas In the Mon roe park menagerie became restless During the period of totality the stars were visible almost head directly over The comptroller has unthorlzed the First National hank of Dike la to begin business with a capita of 25r 000 ROBERTS ACROSS TClrea Thut nin Forces Aio EDfnmpcd on North Hank of Klvei LONDON May war ofita has received the following from Lord Roberta VFEREBNIGING Sunday May 21 p crossed tie Vaal this morning tutd are now on the north hanlc The advance troops whioh crossoil yesterday were only Jnst Iji tiime to aave the coal mine on both this and the other side or the river from being destrciyfxlOur casualties were four BfidenPowell reports tliat the nil way between Mafstlng and Buluwayo liaa Iwea rettored mil that scppliej are Icing brought Into Mafeklng He Eays the Canadian artillery jolaeil ColOTel Plumer from Belrti with In crwllble rapidity Lieutenant Webber was taken pris oner Hellbron a few ago H went there on telegraph duty It VM not known tliat our troops had Itenn temp3rarlly srithdrawn Prrisident Kniger Becordlng lo n special dlspalch from Ncwrastle Issuel a asking the to notify hlni whetiier they desire to continue the fight or tj aiie tor OOM PAUL TO FIEE Lofd Robortd Irt Preparing tt 5111 for Holland LONDON May War o flce just before midnight published the following dispatch from Lord Rob erts RIVER Transvaal May 28 p marched twenty miles today and are now eighteen miles from Johannesburg The enemy had prepared several positions where they intended to op pose us but abandoned one after the other a we neared them We pressed thorn so hard that they had only just time to get their flve guns into train and to leave as soon as some of the Australian fantry dashed into the Frenchs and Ian Kamilta are apparently engaged w emy about ten miles Ui otr left rs firing has heard since noon The farmers near oar line of ad vance are surrendering with arms and horses Bundle occupied Senekal on May 24 No report of what took place has reached me yet H J Whignam has Just returned to Lourenzo Marquez from Pretoria where he went disguised He wires that Kruger has made all arrange ments for flight presumably to Hol land A special train provisioned ia always roacly with itottm np The train waits some distance from Pre toria accompanied each car on Its round to prevent interruption by strikers or their sympathizers It is hoped by the company to re sume the service on two additional north and south lines before the day is over if sufficient police protection an be secured Wire cutting is still being done on some of the lines where the strike sympathizers can operate without being caught and this cause considerable trouble and deay interests is now iserluusly proposing to destroy or hamper 13 FILIPINOS GIVE UP ARMS nt Gcnrrut 3IacArtbnr Parties Voluntarily SnrrenderlrlR WASHINGTON May The war department has received the follow ing cablegram from General Mac Arthur at Manila dated today Thirty officers fiftysix men with tortysix rlfiea surrendered uncondi tionally at Cuyapo yesterday Three officers fortysix men with fiftyfive rifles surrendered unconditionally to day at Tarlac Tbese spontaneous surrenders are very encouraging For Shops at Wichita WICHITA Kas May L Mar tin of the Guardian Trust company and a director of the Kansas City Mex ico Orient railroad with other offi cials of the latter company held a con ference with the Wichita Commercial club here today and submitted a prop osition to locate the general and divl slon shops here In return tor a sub scription of 100COO It Is stated that the club will probably sign the agree ment DURBAN May Smith the District menseceer boy who IB carrying a mconige of gytupa tny from Philadelphia nad New York scbool boys to Kniger bu arrivid al Lonrenio Mara jet oBd Pres ident Kmger sent private car to sonTtj him to Pretorta REDUCfD DCWEY Beport on WASHINGTON MBJ Tawney from the committee On the St Louis exposition commemorating mlslana purcoase today filed a Irt without recommendation but giving an extended summary of details and purposes of the bill with tables on extent ot government participating In expositions up to date The substi tute bill reported differs only In a few i of Its provisions from the act to pro vide for celebrating the 400th anniver sary of the discovery of America by the exposition nt Chicago WASHINGTON May at the bureau of engraving and printing today caused loss of about J1SOO The damage done wail mostly to ont buildings and will cause no Interfer ence with the work of the bureau which prints the government money and securities The cause of the fire Is unknown to meet next jear at some poinf to it that the men who have ce determined by tho board of hreitheir tr probably Milwaukee or Buffalo Ot to to Tie delegates say It has been the thc constitution m order to most successful meeting In the his161 thcir trust be cred tory of the organiaation i cl with sincerity when they come out Resolutions were adopted endorsing i of tn senate and the house redhand tSe raovdment for the establishment i aid going home as to 0 kindergartens for the colored peo1 state conventions proceed to draft pie declaring for a broader education rSeclarations denouncing the corpora for the deef dumb blind children i tions anrt COmbinatioas money for Sf is upoa to eleet thoir Part character of much of the advertising actl what is belng tionr by tllc niiitter wihlch appeals In newspapers j nas and Crosvenors the Bcveridgos The morning session was taken up anl1 fairbanksthe Galiiugtrs and Pen by reports of delegates and an ad rosas ilrfss by Mrs Charles E ErsUlne ofj Rjidne Win on Discipline nad Pun Ishments The afternoon topic was Child Saving Problom In Its Various Itofittr QlKatloo T6e money question was absolute Pbase1 IJP in 1SS6 u cannot be Tlorcnce Keiley of New York kept out of the campaign this year tary of the Consumers league Mraj as the currency bill lately adopted Mary S Barrett president of the by congress as the culmination of a Pennsylvania school for teaching ionK Hne of financial legislation Is sech to deaf children and Mre Marj 33 vlclona a o class leg P Falconer probation officer Chicago Mrs Frederick Schaff president ot Mothers Congress discussed islaticn as the Republican party has ever been guilty of but the otaer new questions which have taken such a Provision for Dependent Neglected Jeep hold upon the public mind ques ChJMron and Jlon A CRandall tions wSieij seem to involve the very pi rsident of the state public ikhools existence of our form of govtrnroent Coldwater Mlcltold of what that and 3 revolution in our commercial and individual systems press so in tiintly for immediate that taey tire likely to oirershadow the fi stnte is dolng for neglected depend eni children Loacfi DENVER Colo May apartments of Mrs F M Belts wife of a well known plyslciiin 1532 Co irt Place were entered by a burg lv today and diamonds and other jirelry valued at JTOOO were stolen Ro Brock a young man tvriag In the hcuse has been arreiited on Suspicion but none of the stolen articles have brn recovered To Proacbtfni 1H May plan by which congregations will be supplied ministers without Interruption of services and which will glvo stiUdy employment to eveo minister wti presented to the general assom blv of tlie United Presbyterian at todays aesalonIt was re ferred to a committee The plan pro vides that all the churches and nancul question in the present cam paign Carl Schur expressed the taoiiglu of a large body of our cit iaens when he epitomized the situa tion ly saying People do not stop to quarrel over questions of domestic eoonoray when the house is on fire J Bryan Wichita Kansas April 24 1900 Tho Thrown Off Th McKinley administration be ing compelled to show Ira hand ou the Porto Hlcan bill has boldly thrown off all disguise and openly announced itseUcommitted to the English colon ial system with a standing army In creased four fold for the purpose of garrisoning foreign dependencies with systems of civil government which gupreox Court IxcMon al of WA8H1NOTON May The su preme court today sustained the court of claims decision In tin Dewfly case Tie original claim of Admiral DBW ey and Ills sallon tar tie destruc tion of Slontojos fleet was about J400000 The conrtof claims re duced 1 to TJuU decision Is noitalned The paraoaal claim reduced from ilbont to iihotlt 110000 GUcC Jttrtloe TfaMff Wblta M Mmtad t preachers within the Jurisdiction of a I mate the carpetbag regime succeed syiiod shall be subject to Jm ladle ing the civil war pale Lnto inslgnifl tiou of the synod that tte ministers slijll be appointed to the churches and reered lor age or any other cause by the synod MUTISH ARE of K Ara A ut PKBTORJA May An offlclsl bul letin nyn It Is reported tie Brltlah bave and arc advancing on EchoennuoisdilfL General Dewet announces tint the federals nave occupied Hellbron and Protchsfstrom He says the call for troops Is meeting with a noble re sponse 5 per cent money to pay intarMt OOM reur 1 per cent Dim A W S HWIBM Americans returning from trips to Rico all unite in declaring that the bitterest feeling against congress exists throughout the Island The Por to Tdcans do not object ta tia fifteen par cent of the Mngley tariff emoted agatnst them aa upon their loyBlty and abUltr to make good American clOMns thrt It convern Be sidtn they taey re coBitemptuouiily rights whluh are tilielm undur tlia i of the Uioltcd TIlllM Tlie sentiment that peiTBded the country two years agcr favored a war fur humanity Tho rxopla were actu ated by a Irapuliw anfl their 4e manils were bat the peo ple Uave since dlecortred that It wat a itlitake ti the Haonaltea an errand of aoxf It ioriliid them opportnoKr to plair 4er Ite TlcUan they wan Mat to cance Democrats everywhere real ize that to incorporate millions of an inferior race Into our citizenship on the one hand or to hold them as Tas sels or Berts on too other would de bauch or overthrow our system of government and with regard to the Philippines are all agreed that theru is bm one sensible course to pursue vii To encourage thotie peo ple to try the experiment oi jopular government and to guarantee them Immunity from hostile foreign Inter ference This would eliminate all pos sible longer to our ciilzeiKhip or form of government and would be a conspicuous Illustration of the mis sion of America to encocnigo by pre ept and example the development of the principle ot Btlfgovarnmect in aH parte of the W JBryan Wichita Kansas April 21 1900 oB Will I telleve that coopenntion to wise and necessary The Uwues Involved In tba coming campaign are more impomnt powlbfe they were and the o8 lallotoii wltli Repttblkan cannot afltord to juarral among tbem potrei and drfaat aw May leaders are figuring thi th senate i will agree to thv house to Pdjoum Juiuii so much business i be Towdeil into the coming week Individual mem bers with beiatii liiiU art1 pressing for recognition itil givr some enow Confer repnrts on appro priation bills ha ihe right o way There uvv uo2cn ures of public psslHci Including th o hill tho anticanteen bin h fan bill he Philaileii ii riisiini Mil ar i the aatitrust me ytros lit th cations are that rii J trjci r antitrust bill ar i rtSiivligi win to be devoted rr undor special ru h frlTil the ohere howvi ari aiiv ac gresslve anii insiHtont iil soni oi i thetn nay be sun gram 3f tinlialrf ilor i lieyond driving ili uyh ti atlon bills the PIIK of a few oilds aai on The time of tlKV present wecck wil1 pine Question and ri the appropriatior slon about the in the Clark case Senator Weillneton will Man day on the Boer resolution nni hr1 will followed that day or the Oay i following by Senator Teller on the Philippine question Sppfche on ihr Philippine Question also will be mrfli by Senators Pettigrew taiA Turner anil probably by other senator There appzireatly no probability oi the Pbi Ipplae bill passing but there is a gen desire on the part of the opposi tfon tc repJy to Senator Spoonert before the close of the presonl seaaion Tlie sundrycivil bil probably will be considered for twc or three days rnori1 anil hv tlie tmi that is disposed Cf the general Je flclency bill wll h ready Ior eonsid eratlon Neither the efuiency not the roiiltary acadrniy hills tile onl two appropriation iilis undisposed of except the sundry civil bill is ex pected to consume any consldrrahU amount of time Tne itenate will an ffirl tr meet the plans of the liousi in matter of final or 6 but triere Is a aorin among that the tiii postponed until the tft mIlth addition to the appropriation bills of uy th sonnre hre ire still several appropriation bilils in in Cerencc and a dispdsition is manifest ed on the part of senators not to name tie of adjournment until tKse are well out of the way It Is generally believed that the Mnn tuna senatorial contest will be il posec of when it is brought uby referring it the i ommittee on priv ileges and elections thnt then Slothing more will lie hiitrd of it dur ing the present session The roninnt tee resolution declaring that Pnntor Clarks original election was Jim fllso bids fair to remain on the iul endar In THREE LIVING ISSUES From present Indications it nroluble thnt thrw qusistlons will prominent the money ques tion including both meUU and paper money the tmst question and im wrlalism including the question militarism nnd entangling aUtances There are other nuestiocs which will cut some figure ia the campaisn but these three will demacd the largest share nf public attention Men dllV as to their relative importance but thfy are all important The currency bill which is now a law has the partys love for the gold standard am its hypocrisy in pretending to fa vir international bimetallism That has also received the Republican plsn to retire the greenbacks aad turn over the control of the paper money to the national banks The inaction of the oc itust question shows the iiaas ure insincere in their prom ises to destroy the trusts while the Porto Hitaa bill reveals the Imperial istic purposes of the Republican lead ers The Republicans do not now liar to unfold their plans The Spoosier resolution proposes that when the war Is over the president srii establish a government whlci s to stand till congress acts In the aintter bn this Is superlatively un j It simply laeana that after an indefinite continuation of the war the resident will establish an indefinite of government which ahall last ror an Indefinite time and then con gress will substitute some kind of overnment we know not whit Vhile this uncertainty soldiers arr dyiLg in the Philippines or eocn inj bad Insane the cijieasea are In reislng and the Declaration of In Ifpendeace is being treated by Re publicans as sn outworn docuiaeat Acainst Republican uncertainty the Democrats will offer a plain simple patriotic Plan of dealing wlUi the Philippine Islands and tnat plan will be un immediate announcement of tie nations purposes first to establish stable government second to give th Filipinos independence as had to give independent to Cuba third to protect the Filipinos foui Interference to work out their own destiny as we have protect j the people o Central anii South J Bryaa Wichita Kansas April 1900 WATCH YOUR CONGRESSMAN The Mr David A Wells wrote eight years afro n Srlei and vigorous art1 on trusts which flrst appcared ir the New England AlmanacNo one who has written upon tie sub ject hv grasped the situation with irore thrrough comprehension or ei posed it more clearly than that ww student of public affairs and fearless rhampDii o rightsKe main tained then what has been proved beyond question since that the duties were enacted or kept on In order to maintain and prelect n host in the Vnlted States which could otherwise have no existence And he brought the question sharply forward dM your representative In the last cocgress vote That Is the ques tion which voters should now De ask ing Did he vote protective duties to favor trusts which hare been bleeding the Ataertewi peopliv mad if he did will the people trust htm again Vnil a nsw candidate tote to remove those favors and if not will the people trust him at all Other questions will enter Into the campaign bat in the election of con gressmen these are the test questions which should never for a day be lost sight of for upon the answer to tnem will depend whether the next congress is to ho the servant of the American people or the slave oJ tis iniaioo GazetteNews of HAVANA May Vanra secretary of public instruction hvs written to General Wood that the e cent ordSr directing such teachers as are not to be Included In the trip to the United Statoa to attend Xnrra school for a month at the eayit ot their reopectlve provinces will a source of great Inconvenience many owing to the cost of atd In many caseo to the defeUve maaaj of transportation He points out also that in ous instances tho would bo quite beyond the And lacompjsnds that wherever a teaibor can give a good excuse this be ac cepted Objections are also raised that omen teachers would flnd it more difficult than the men to comply with the order especially n view of hc embarrassment that be woman teacher would feal In going to a strange town for a month unless she had friends there A Bight of Terror anxiety wvi felt fur tuc wid ow of Ihe brave Gcncrnl Burnlmni of cliias Me whiin tuc doctors B would die from pneumonia before morning writes Mre S H Lincoln who attended Ler thnt fearful night but she begged for Dr Kings New Discovery which had more tlian once saved hoi life and cured her of con enniptioti After taking Kbe slept nil night Further use entlicl cnrei her This marvelous medicine is guaranteed to cure all ibroat chcetand lung Only and Trial bottles free at Potters Drug Store IS SHfcr 11m AM Stevenson of Denver in a iddress to the Silver StateCentral committee the other day was loudly applauded for expressing the following sentiments I congratulate the members of our party that they are still united in their opposition to the McKinley Republican party that has for so long been menac ng tto interests of our country wncn we separated ourselves from the parent body the Republican party was merely standing In n threatening attitude tow ard the rights of the people Now It has accomplished all that it started out o do Its work haa become ft lined act II there was reason In 1836 for irotesting it seems to me that It It as accomplished the act that was Wen only a threat there is more reason to irotest now than ever We are the only political party that has made sac rifices for the sake of principle In the face of sneers It was no easy matter Rclxns An eflete despotism can stop a trust rom raising prices out of reach Rock efellers Standard Oil trust obtained possession of the oil wells in the Cau asus and bcgan practicing their Amer ican methods In regulating the prices of oil The czar appointed an auditor of the trusts accounts with Instrac lons to allow the trust a fair prollt on its products and turn the balance nto the public treasury Alter that there was no Jumping the price ot oil up from 5 cents to 13 cents a Chicago Chronicle An l Rpirtl Think of n A ot tho talking of fifihtin the Monroe doc trine at a time why the Admlnlitra tion is violating both the spirit of the Declaration of Independence and letter of the constitution In carrying on a war of conquest In Asiatic Vew York World Sunday School Meisting Ncclaway and Jasper trnvneliips pri miiy Sunday School Teachers nad to tw hel9 In the M K clitrch atlveyTllle jfimeO commencing at 3 oclock Pntw vliw IE led by Mm Higgle Smith OMr line study of Sunday School kjr Mrs Huston of Mrs Annie Wetwl Best method of how to teach tho children the word of God Mrs Gncst Cornlsfr Bunk hat moOHj to 1MU on L to proved anal with 11tf An IndMtrj Chicago May The Philippine Lumber and Development Company of Chicago which waa Incorporated un der the laws ot West on j Thursday with an anttorlied capital ot will bave Its headquarters In Chicago It is the intention to qulre the timber rights to SOOOOO acres on which lies soBtt of 1m zon and wlU be invested In tie aevdopment ol the property The timber includes mahogany ebony and roMWOOiL There U no Information upon the polat at consent of Inhab itaata dont any otJa ot Wwai ta OWM4 Htetet it to tto will a iMKODdiry Jf MMfc f u wtn fc I quit abwrt Bryaa at WkUU Kanaw oa Apvg M tho ultTCT rwitlou wonU wit wt tjed Tho nihw qnCTtkMk to aay aao   

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