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Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - May 10, 1900, Corning, Iowa VOLUME XVIII CORNING ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THURSDAY MAY 10 1900 NUMBER 17 PKOFESSIOHAL CAKDS Attorney at Law Practice m all attODtloU glfca to H MEYECHOFF Attorney at Law iiHrila nil court nilcniloP jiicn tu MJtLlcmrul oT aid uiiiMorv OiEfO 1 anJ Btijiucr bit CUKMNCi IOWA iWaUiJ British Forces Are AdVantiag Sortb Throngli Eneroya Oonntiy IAKl IV ilUDKM Stanley Stanley Attoror t A ilt I11W ieinril Pruluv i All Ollke in MUDli building luitv C BEST THREE MILES Of VIET RIVER J Boers On Opposite IJauk ArK In Con Uork Done j ty Burton Ilrl gnlo Mortr Vflth In Sloriniris IIlllv LONDON May War oifke i j has published the followlm disjuteh j j from Lord Poberts dated Vet river i Saturday May 5 p m I marched here today with Pole I Cure 5 division Headquarters and j WavfrJla brigade of the Seventh divi sion are two miles Ia the resr Max wells brlgada of the Seventh division I is the sace distance to our right j The enemy are In eoiuildenililo i strentrth on the opposite of the river Our guns engaged theirs for suTc tlree hours without our being I all1 vo forte a passage of the river but shortly before dusk the mounted intMiiry under General Mutton turned Ing pushed across tho river Ill unler 3iavy shell and muskeTry flrc oocblock I Si imriie wirks 1 ulglt tjrceniiles 01 Vt river May rrederiMiUIiel Ilodg son the governor of tlie olony is still at KumesBl and hid siuy will prob ably be prolonged until September on account cf tnc state of liie roadi His personal danger has probabiy bepn minimised liy dJiilomatic means The telegraphic superintendent was wounded after repairing the line to a point within a few miles ot Ku maGsl and communication Is again stopped More raiding in various parts the colony is reported Aid Giren Farmers to Stimp Out In fections A PREVENTIVE OF HOC CHOU M mankind if tolled to do U1 Has j England been easased In tile course of poltroonery al these years wrier she has retired from many a field of victory According to this doctrine she was bound to have held Belgium forever after iho bailie of Waterloo and Spain forever after Carolina and Taiavera She ci not of course have retired honor from Vent H iiRlAST U i Physician and Surgeon Obtv in RrymiT COKN1NC IOWA Vfllaluini il cilh dnr or niglii ur M Kutcl 1UTTKK Physician and Surgeon I Our ia ire nut nunjer Physician and Surgeon Ws Physician and Surgeon KtiKKians for Rect ricMB PEKIN Ill May The Illinois Sugar Roflnlnp company of Pekip has brought two car of Russfan men women and children from Nehrajta to work on their sugar loor farms thev having planted a vory this spring In this secticji for CHICAGO May Hrnry S Hn teI was todny y actlacniition inatod to rcpisent the ji grcsslonal district in coriifre lutlons were uipscd endorsing th Si President M ii Vy t Louis lion of tho war revenue tax the restriction of trust Cnited fiUtefl BIITMC ol Anlnul loduitrr CaopcrntlQff TiMh Slate Dlrlnlonn ID till liuportaot Bttlloi With Animal A boat to Lfllll id ailol lt ciiCi Intint IKIT called 0 ticKlor Call nun 1 jun lo KII M ly uI kiiiJs of rso Hai kJittl li r RKAUHEAD Veterinary Surgeon NEWCOMB d COS YARD o cjtU Chs NOTICE s strictly II FRANK E JONES i 7 Vernon BANKERS AL RESPONSIBILITY S600000 1 iM LOASS AT 5 PER CEKT x i fur flit OUR NATIVE HERBS The Qreat Blood Purifier and Liver Regulator 200 Days Treatment for ALONZO O CO WA3I1INUTOX II C CiiAtstia Wiuoitp lowi Agent for Admii3 Conniy paid to iny of ccuiily n of price For by A F iShinn t J M Tucker I Standard Bred Trotting Siallion larniltoii in action yesterday antl jcreeiieii in preventing a jtinc tinn r HoT fnrri iV a VT1 eXe Offic ill llidainl uteil nuvinijit the lIuilw Krfilm Hiilihnie i hold fiivalry lu Lam ev Hid iiixisi IOWA j Kitchctivrs hoi who clurged i iotly I of the enemy and iiiliicted scnou loss The enemy fleii Itieir lejnl on the fluid and their wjiided to Ire at tended to by cm uui tors lodxcd the eieniy on the right fbin niiiiiii chii 111 under CCVT of tle naval tuns ti ivr i hiMin inniiiii h operation ihe Utack iii skillfully led Hamilton advancing this morn T TiniMiiix Ij1E o u rtifficilt iliift nvcr the Klclno vet river I MedlCalDoCtOr Hunter reports that Bartons Drig ulu hcaviiy eiijiaged this morning two nfih of Kuohlan The wa riuitc four miles long and straxiy irld He states that tiirthcil run canIt in Kranci ttyle in this foret in Hani s on nssilf Cjtin who vas taken iiMr litar Thaia XChu has been tj canip by thi errtny i in the ubdimcn ilrabant reports that one and three men vere on Miiy iiile or atlil that nnc1 o them ho lcen brutally 111 ilatil nul idt for dead by the Iloers as uuiu thefulloving day Lifiitunnut Lillcy Victoria Mounted Jlle rerortd riiiiirp found at wnmuieil and is by VMiiKSroN ItattiU frOin to thev lry stiff fiKliting a fr deail on the field iie flartun ia still atni Klipdam have been 4 In tlio Morr than ee tbf i i lor quarters mil Ioers oiy vhea their ritif I ml off ThIlilt ish ve killed and twency live v iitiaii mcMiy Vclsh The Urltiili trok r baiili of prisoners wlih tlley to return Vile Moeri in tlieir hurried retreat left V day Cetitrui made a stioig dpmoustlation the Iloer posi tion of the bridge thereby pro venting Hoer reinforcernents going to assist In chediing General Bartons advance AffAIR WITH TURKEY ARLINGHAM Will Make the Sesswi of as Follows 7ei day in Ilic week except lav at Linnikarn in Cornin Uullcil SliilM Lteillinn I Onlii Xdtliln In tinMutter CONSTAXT1NOPLE May Imteil States Ugfitinn is doinp imh i ii th indemnity matter vbkh aiiiiuicntly is now tnrmiiif tlii subject of Yiullz iind tho riinistcr tn Admiral Ahmed Pasha vimm ri imperial irnuc issued April or ied to prfxccd to the VniUd Slates t study the construction of warriiis nut if ft Conatanilnoplc Tho lias ordered the i ecimniltiee to rnisc a find for of the Inim lamire viclims It L that his will tend to tbo rflert nf the rcccvit ar st and exile uf rjf the yiriirijx itiikish party Iho Infantry Korea to Vet River THE BfliTISH OCCUPY BRANDfORT Hr It AVnii Without Jlncli Ojipnrt lion tiiti Without irtit Vow iin riiiLlirt Cnvalry lu Ho NorlhvvirU LONDON War office is sued the from Lord Roberts dated lirantifort Friday May I The niounteil Infantry his gone oi to the Yet river The rest of tha fojcc march there tomorrow Tho railway ha lieen repaired to this point Hunter cvnvlK very satisfactory thr issnge of the Vaal befii earrieu t lorti iMorts to the of fort tod without aiurh and without r cnsmiiieg The First rnigado of mounted try covered the left Hank cf the Four teenth the devcnth division and the tianl stlppci tctl by th Fifteenth brigade Polo advanced directly ou Brandfort The Boer army which win under command of Uolwrcy re tired in a noiLLeastcrly dlrectlcn The mounted infantry with Lord Roberts among vhich are the Cana dians s picketed its horses on the banks the Vet river eighteen mites north oi Urandfort The head of Lord Roberts column advanced thus In two days fiftytwo miles north of Bloemfontein Little power was spent The Brit ish work was hard inardilng the Beers retiring out of reach of tho British shells The correspondents supplement Lord plain state ment with a few details An General Mutton with the first lirtindfiirt V a khakiclad body of troops ihe nl f f Me was Fur prlsHl but tlioulu themtist British Soon hnwever the opeivd on the British who rtjplletl ily They werithe IrisihAroerian brigade from Lourenzo Murqiiez and It is reported the IrlFh lost se verely The HUT flap UMS flying over Brand fort ii tlie Ilritirh entered the town Several fottnl In the hospiul Boer postmaster gave mi the keys of the public build ing to Captain Ross Lord Kltihenrr arrived at Brand fort at noon and Lord Roberts at drsk General Frenchs euvalry is sweeping the country northward The expecla tlon the infantry advance will be continued toivanl KroonsUul immedi ately Although no prlsouera were taken and no hot pursuit was under taken the news haa cheered London Nevertheless It has not beim receive with the fine Vaptura that attended Lord Roberts first Di DICKIES THE CHAPEL is n k points niitl weighs amis high ami is noled for his i mid action as rone horse e by Billy Wilkts ami be sin the noled Wilkcs fmnily of era TERMS OF SERVICE J10 for colt tu stand and suck Par ties purling with mures will be beld lor inHiirancc Guru will be taken to prevent accident but no responsibil ity for same should thav occur GEO BROWN KEEPER Iitsnrcrnt onuir TaKcn MANILA May Panielon Jitwiji tlie highest insurgent except Agninaltlo was captnrotl yes terday by E V Sraiih of CJrneral Funstons staff in tlie iwn aeti three miles northeast of San ro i Corning l xijer fiailj r x 1 Comoi From COlm YORK Hay Uiited army transport Buford arrived in qiinantlne at KM from Havana liavinj hoard tbc body e J7rs General J II Wilson General Vilson the Wilson and Lieu James II Reeves and 1 S Turner General Wilsons aides and two orderlies alsoon the Buford i ho steamer after being boarded and by the health ofllcers will pro ceed tu New Yiirk where Mrs Wil eons body will be shipped to Wilming ton Del fcr burial Pkciilc Juccliop Kxoun Bugraf c DO win LEAVE THSA NCHl FOR GOOD Boers to Bo TrekVlns North erly Itrcotton THABA NCHU May Boors have evacuated TUaba bill Md me believed to be still triSkWng Uiough but pin hab shelM the cump intermittently Scouts Hlreil tiat some of the Boers retired toward Wepcner They believe the BOOTS eradiated position aurlau tie night trokking aovtliwardly In Uiree uliecUoss General French left today Ooiiwai Ruadle IE in command here It is ex pwteil that General BrtHant will ef fect a Junction at any LONliOK May Lird Roberta re ports to ftsr Wtv oSes as fallows under cloto o Biofmfonteln way i We occtiptoS Bronnfort today Ritli otit much opposition vnS vltaoat 1 hope m my casualties Tho first brig ade of mounted Infantry covaret tho left flank ot Vourteontfc of tha atvuatb dlvlsloa Pnu Uc rlgttt flank wu supported bj Fifteenth brigade ad I directly on Brnndfort The UCT ntlrh vus ucder com mand Vt Delirey retired In a wrtn Eidllrc n Pnrls to Commomonite Hrr PARIS March Richard tho of Paris today per formed the eerrony of the dedica tion of the chrpr in the Rue Teau Goujon eiertcti to the of the charity ltzaar victims by Count and Countess Cosicllane The monu ment Is architecturally a fine piece o work nnd its sculptural decorations are singularly appropriate lo the role ol a commemorative chapel A colos sal statue of the Vater Dolorosa with face upturned and rrms outstretching toward heaven stands on a marble and bronze altnr The edifice war hung with ralilctrappings ifor todays ceremony CABINET DISCUSSES ISLANDS Much Tlmo Ulvon to Hawaiian anil Porto Itieat WASHINGTON May the cabinet meeilnc considerable time was consumed In discussing Ha waiian and Porto Rican acts Al though the treaty untler which Ha waii was annexed to the United States provided that the SUte3 should assume the debt of the inlands amounting to about 5400000fl there was some doubt as to the right of Secretary under the Hawaiian act to pay off the debt and it la prob able that a bill will be introduced in congress with a view to settling the matter right LINCOLN Neb May divis ion of animal pathology af the statd university in coojration with tho United States hureau of animal indus try has recently distributed to Ne braska farmers a large quantity of blackleg vaccine for use as a preven tive of hog cholera Reports received at the station from farmers nnd others who have used the vaccine indicate that it has reduced tha mortnlity among hogs to a donsVderabie eitect and that absolute satisfaction has been given in 6 per cent ot the cases heard from A speeial bulletin Issued by the university sbows that during the year 1899 the division furnished blackleg vaccine to 203 applicants in nftysli counties the total number of doses being 23256 Since tho 1st of January the division has furnished the vac lne to 211 applicants in fortyseven toiintles the number of doses aggregat ing inOOO In the corresponding pe riod of 1S99 twentythree applicants re ceived 1500 doees or onetenth as much a the present season This greater demand for vaccine is due rather to an Increased knowledge of and confidence in the remedy than to an Incrcaso in the prevalence of the disease The records show that the calls have come from persons that used the vac cine last year and from their neigh bors The station Is now preparing a bul letin which with thin subject in a popular way giving the cause of the disease symptoms etc and a full dis cussion of the treatment by vaccina tion The division ol animal pathologyia making plans for the coming years campaign against hog cholera A num ber ot different experiments will bo tried In an attempt to stamp out the disease zuela if the artitM In aor faor had not ended It JUTJ Vt It may Iw that a kingdom Is better than a republic It may he that ail empire in this lats day la preferable to a democracy It may be lhat the peo ple are incapable of governing them selves taat the majority rule is a mistake and that selfrHle ta a failure But William McKinley and his ad visers are first ol all men on the soil of Columbia to Ind Journal say Lafayette MARQUETTE May Malafon his and little chili tiers near Crh itz arc missing Is feared lhat they perished in tio n cent forttt fires CONGRESS AT RGUTiNE WORK Notliin o Sjic Interest Id Proa Coming Week Iolioncil I Chlrkcn Pin FREMONT Neb May Orlssa K Bennett wife of James Ben net died after a short and violent ill ness The physician in charge de cided that her death was due to pois oning probably from eating chicken pie Mrs Bennet was firs Uiken with violent vomiting fits and Hit doctor who was called in saw symptoms of poisoning She had been to a church aupper and eaten heartily of chicken pit Doctors maintain that the fact none of the others who ate at the same place that night ivere afflicted does not disprove that Eke may have contracted the evil effects in that man ner as chicken pie poisoning is not un usual and cases quite sinilar to this one have been known Mrs Frot In Jail YORK Neb May attempt as yet has been made by Mrs Margaret Frost or her attorney to secure bail She still refuses to sec anyone and the jailers and attorney are guarding the cell doors from Intruders and vis itors Little Arthur Frost the 9ypar old son is now living with the Jailers family who have pleasant rooms in the courthouse basement The accused Is keeping up nerve un der the circumstances anil at no time has she showed any emotion but still maintains that calm serene and eool manner that she did during the trial and investigation by the coroners jury She eats three good meals each day No one visits her other than the jailer her son and her attorney Xarrow Kucnpe From Death NEBRASKA CITY Neb May William Kennedy foreman of the col lars at the packing house had a narruw escape from death He had gone up in the elevator to the third story when the rope broke and he fell to the bot tom He was considerably shaken up but no bones were broken and he will be about in a day or two Large Cattle shlproetits DUNBAR Neb May largest shipment of cattle at one time from this placo went out via the i route for Chicago C J Mullis bad five cars J G Mullis two F Dunbar two and D McWilliums three making twelve in nil Oliver Wiisnn ships one and Jacob Rentier two ears this afternoon The farmers arc sell ing their corn in the shape of corn fed steers Boy Loefl an Arm FAIRMONT Neli May 14 yearold son of Thomas Johnson mer chant at Sawyer while hauling corn to the Nye Schneider olevator at that plaei had hlj left hand caught in a shafting that runs over the dump drawing his arm around the shafting and crushing the arm below the elbow in a horrible manner necessitating am putation near the shoulder The pa tient is doing well Attempt to PoUon a Cblld COLUMBUS Neb May Sampek living on the bottoms east oJ town TOE bound ever to the district court by Justice Curtb in the sum of on complaint of Mrs Veronica Witcyeskem a neighbor living across the street who alicgea that SivrnpsS mixed a large quantity of rough on rats with food and left it dangerously near the romping place of her three yearold daughter bis object she charges being to Hike the little ones life The poison was produced in court and eiamlned by Dr P 3 Con Ian LODGE TO BE THE CHAIRMAN for tlio Jlcnornlnutlon of prefli NBW TORK May H Manley of Main w at the FKtb flag Avenue hotel today and hud talks thec My mim bold as to with several local ll urtcr m aerlousaans the assertion that Same ot where the American fltt once Tba FIKK Down In denouncing the Phtlirr y Senatdr Hoar of Massa Presidents tnn the local leaders who tailed with Mjiuley said that It hud beon prac tically settled by the national repub lican manager that Senator iVolcott of Colorado will temporary chair been ralsecl It shall ncTer be down I BVC t man and Senator chairman hrul down or to propoie to haul this national emblem where It floated is Will oife j man say jt was polbnonerj when nmu landed on the northeast coast of Mii Arllilir to WASHINQTOK May iicrari ance with Getters Oils request to be allowed to return to the Unltiid the War department Issued orflers to day relloTSiOK him to take effect to morrow morning May 5 the ilate lied Otis for Ills Bftlllnj Tto orders designate Major General to saccowl OuncmJ in Ot he division Of tbi i Scott a poltroon ot wns Polk a pol i troan Was Taylor a jioltroon WM tte United States a nation of poltrooiia i when they retired from the City at leaving the Bag bellnd them we poltrooiiB waett rwsded from Canada V we had mude attack on the coast of Spain at one tint eon dorlOB W vt te forwrn jirobably Important Legal Point Involved in Case Against Bailrwuk WILL BE OF INTEREST TO SHIPPERS fbt Point at WhelUcr Any Rail In the SCHtr Ifni RlgM to fast Shipment of Stock Under certain Slade Matters DBS May hearing cf the Des Union Stock Yartej the Island railroad open ed before Jie IGVM board of railroad i The case has been j Its outcome willj much tMsinsetl u ot Interest to ail railroad and ship ping interooif involving as it does 1 legal point v llch has never been elded iu the before J F VIncen ot Pcoria cvrer of the Des Molnes Lnion Stock and plaintiff in tho was prcscii Robert Maher oJ Chicago geiieril attorney for the Poci Island ami Carroll Wright state at torney for ilie road appetired in liehili of the Rock Island The sole point at issu is whethei imy railroad In the atnte has a right refuse shipments of stock from it the i will occupy thel ne their destination on the line Beater part 0 te senate attention during the preseiat week The reso lution oftfred by Teller expressing sympathy cr the Boers and a desire that the government extend to Loth Great IMtain anil the Souti African 1eriublici its fritndly offices In bring illlf the present wur to a close will hu called up tomorrow It Is the intention of the Colorado senator to press his resolution ta an early vote It prob ably will be referred to the committee on foreign relations but Teller will insist that it be reported in same form at an early date Hale either tomorrow or Tuesday will bring forward the nnval appropri ation hill and very likely the greater part of the week will be devoted to its discussion With the latitude of de bate allowed the senate rules it li Quite probabid that senators will discuss the Boer resolution the Phil ippine question and other matters re lating to the foreign affairs the gov ernment while the naval bill Is under consideration On Thursday the Montana senatorial case will be called up but It will not be allowed to interfere with the con sideration of the appropriation bills It Is the undoubted purpose of tho sen ate leaders to about an adjourn ment early in June the first week if possible and unless the unexpected should happen tiOthing will be per mitted o delay adjournment beyond tin middle of June The attention ot the house this week bs occupied with various miscel laneous business except such time aa may be devoted to the consideration of conference reports on appropriation bills which will be given the right of way The desire for an adjournment early in June makes It absolutely Meessary to expedite the supply bills The most important piece of gen eral legislation to be acted upon dur ing the week will be the amended sen lite bill to amend the general pension Inws This is known as the next Grand Army of the Republic bill The princi pal changes It purposes to make In en vniHiilnTta frotlng disabilities anT eqsial UBB and to increase the limit of in n juo ome of widows ceoslonatle under the fcy ciosine SeDtcmber F innn TMn Kill wHl hn CiflslnST ll by its ownr Vincent claJms that thr Rook Island has refused to switch shipments of stock coming in over lt road and destined for tlie Di3 Moiner Union Stoo Vards out of the Rock Islands yards over the Des llolne Union railway The Rock Island ail inits ihis but claims that it has the outhoriiy to make such refusalVin cent conterds that the action consti tutes discrimination but the Rock Is land declares that it has declined to ship any stock cars to any destina tion but its own stock yards which legitimate The action of the Rock Is land rosd has resulted in the closing of the plaintiffs stock yards Mr luiinjj Will DES MO1NES May will of tile late W B Bcnlley was opened publicly read and admitted of record In the district court The bulk of the estate and fortune of the deceased b willed to his wife and children share and share alike but there are ahalf dozen aggregating in value All thesebequests are to be settled in full within three years by the terms of the instrument Sixteen thousand dollars were donated to local and national religious and charitable institutions by the bequests of the will The local Young Mens Christian as sociation comes in for Congre gationalism in Iowa receives foreign missions are richer by today than they were yesterday and American missions receive from the fortune of the man who was such an a dent worker and contributor tc them while alive IKE VUnKtTS BY TELtORAPft From Xow York South Elauwlioie NEW YORK MARKET NEW YORK May WHEATEarly were Imytlled 6y wcaKneM ubroaO iarjo Argentine shipments and irn partial Stay 7 closing at July M act of 1890 to This bill will be placed upon its passage tomorrow un der suspension of the rules The bill appropriating tldOO for the militia of thfl several states also may be called up under suspension of the rules Tuesday under an order made on Friday will he given to tha committee on claims and Friday the war claims It is nut improbable that tie contested electiau case of Pearson against Craw ford from the Ninth North Carolina district may be railed up Wednesday or Thursday SICCESS FOR THE NATIONALISTS Tlctorr tor Out PaitjIn the French Mej nlclpal Elections j PARIS May Although it was fully recognized that the nationalists li tended to make a determined fight In all the wards of Paris on the occasion oil the municipal elections held ycster dliy throughout France It was nay seriously contemplated that tluIr if fcirts be crowned with such as is shown by the results must be recognized as dealing r ous blow to the republicans rsili u easy at first on the fa voribe news nnd more llberul country oRcrlngx but llnalljrallied with wheat und closed steady at lie decline to ativunce May J5 11C5I5BC cloairg at July li l16Sic closing ut at stcidy No 2 2Sc No 3 Ti Xo a white 30c No 3 white 23io track mixed western track Options dull but steady Hr No svhile oats May CHICAGO GRAIN AND pnODUCK CHICAGO May 3 GO No 2 No 2 yellow L No D white Xo 3 while 2 MVic letdine fair lo maHlnf SSViSilc SKKDSNc l laxsred tlSO Prime J2W Clover contract grauo li 1ROYlSIONSMces porK per bbl Lard per Ias J675g Short ribs sides S6GtfffJ99 Dry shoulders Shrt clcir slots QtilS The results show fifty definite elec tions in Paris In thirty vvnis btllots will be necessary The alista have gained eight from tho and th the rdlcals The svrcwifn candi iMlude MM GahtanMery Oaiii pelletier and Dnirrtier The republicans have secured i seats including ieven members o cld council ThP radicals and rsuira socialists ten and the conservetirjs eight In wards where second ballots lire necessary the nationalists the most votes in eleven cases ta total votes polled by their was higher than the number obtained by them To Study American MeditxtR SAN FRANCISCO JUy Kon do president of the Nippon Yuscn Kalsha one of he leading steamship companies of Japan bits come to this country to make a study of the meth ods of transportation by rail and water lines He vU visit the Pacific coast centers and then go east to New York The building tip of Wade on the Pacific coast from 1893 to 1898 justifies the prediction tie said that the progress of development laving tlie lew years will be great cr than erer before We favor an opendoor policy and Mielkve that If we can make a commercial compact with the United States wi cm control the trade of China We need capital for the development of our manufacturing Industries If we can get It from Amer ica we can do tie rest and make large profits for both countries Personally I do not believe that there la any dan ger of war with Busala Sbootlnff to Cxvwd KKOXVIULE Teiro CMlowee park tnin afternoon In the presence of a litrgo gathering of peo ple Sulns F ftrcd ISirw nhoti Into the heurt at Turner kill ing Mm insUntlr nun hid a fiifllcaHy o loxif MmdJiH iMitirMU tin men both of nhow wtrt tettlbig btocfcsmithaTurner BdTMKlBi on fVearrt with wben the were flrail BQJ KINGSTON Jamaica May from Colombia today bjr British steiiimer Atrata Povlvt toys the Colombian goTerainent ll eotuU ermbly tvnr a Mporl UMt r purchased A torytdo SOTTH Oil AHA IIVE STOCK 1 StVTH OMAHA May steers thp bulk of the offerlnirH htro hcing about thirty Ioud3 on sale he nvrkct wi active and generally a iitl trcrgvr Tht feline ot the early oi i lie week on handy or light and medium weight catti19 fully made up rhvrwere no enough Jieavy eattle here ot ihe market on that klr COKS in 1 lulur were In good de tnl ihe market wts strong n iicf fleers r sltrrinna hflfers cows j heifrrs bullrf i 11 to want the liOKS h iil hy vent ifler ihein ina hurry so ovrytllinff vas soM ind welpLied up l in hour A dJZin loads liniiIn late had so sell 1 little low r The of the hogs was belter than usuti on an and that fact out tho market cood deal The senvra run of the goo3 hoss sola at S3r ls apralnst 51SS5J7U yesterdny Ilshl anil mlxia hiKs sold at eIOfte25 nl Iho lxir Heavy hoffs sold Clipped wethers elipjMHl ycarlfntfs rUpyed guod to cholcff filr to capped ewes ftlr to westem woolfd 563 soo1 choice cltpliJ lambp fair tt sood clipped lamb KANSAS CTTY LIVE STOCK KANSAS CITT M4Y TCATTLB ood active demind at unchanged steers fcl10jWlS stackers and butchers canws led KWilX CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET CHICAGO ijay slronE to the reliels boat from to attack BollTar DMT Mulli of M Mdd to nmwr ilshts J4Mg5i5 SWSEP active iambs shade hlthir tutqters Mode string nd active natives itood to prliio otcera 4 75J573 poor choice steady to etrontr stackers oteiuly to slow cows laaWOO nnr3 ELIiatM tulll I oilves flrm S9Uc higher top mixed and cbolcc heavi light bol SHEEP AND of Afttt BIOM0 for BURLINGTON tiny Msrle D Sweet widow of tho Ute Leonurd Swett who during his lifetime was one of eminent Iainen hat Hied a salt ill the dUtrlct court here in which from tha ottjr of Mm Swell the nest uf Mra Suaaiil Wad klcii oa NortJa ItmrtliKnot llatt Feb marOn tins day ot that montS alte wu valkliii along Iteurtii ott tlM alih of Mortk HW tlao Mr punxMot and frMtnmd UM thWi keot of tot right k ia cacti a nmnar M to MT tad amr JiFrSRSONlAN EXPANSION In Ws great speech in the Secai in opposition to the Mc ilialey Philippine policy Senator of Massachusetts explained the c ision of this ration territorially r Thomais Jefferson in such a and convincing matnor taal no in but an unthinking one or an un trustworthy Republican politician can retch it over to cover the criminal xsiessioa of Willirm McKiiiiey peaking of the broad scope of the declaration of Independence tie icsaid There is expansion enough in it n it is expansion of freedom and uf despotism cf life not ot death tver Tas such growth in ail human as from the seed Thiass iTerson planted The parable of the ttard Efdi than which as Edward voreit said tlie burning pen of In yiration raugivig heaven and earth or a similitude can Sncl nothing more jjpropriate or to to the Kingdom of God is repeated pain vTliereunto shall we liken it with what comparison shall we compare it It h like a grain of mus tard feed which when it is sOvn in the earth is less than all the seeds hrt be in the earth But when it is sown it groweth anJ becomes greater than nil the herbs aud shooteth out great branches so that the fowls of the air may lodge under the shadow of It THIS IS THE EXPANSION OF THOMAS JEFFERSON IT HAS COVERED THE CONTINENT IT IS ON BOTH SEAS IT HAS SAVED AMERICA IT IS EEVOSU TIOXIZIXG EUHOPE IT IS THE EXPANSION OF FREEDOM IT DIFFERS FROM YOUR TINSEL PINCHBECK PEWTER EXPAN SION AS THE GROWTH OF A HEALTHY YOUTH INTO A STRONG MAN DIFFERS FROM THE EXPANSION OF AN ANACONDA WHEN HE SWALLOWS HIS VIC TIM OURS IS THE EXPANSION OF THOMAS JEFFERSON YOURS IS THE EXPANSION OF AARON BURR IT IS DESTINED TO AS SHORT A LIFE AND TO A LIKE FATE Until two enrs the American people have been went ti rpiii tj the Declaration of ludopendcino ss the oreniOst state ptiper in As tlie years wtrii rounij thr Fcnvtii ot July has been celebrated wlrrcver Americin could gather together tt lome or abroad To have signed it to an American better than a title of nobility It was no passionate utterance of a hasty enthusiasm There was nothing of the radical in it nothing of Rousseau nothir of the renca Revolution It the sober utterance of the soCrest men of the soberest generation that ever lived It was the declaration of a regions people at the most religious period of their history It was a declaration not merely of rights but of duties It was an aet not of revolution but of construction It was the cornerstone the foundaiion of a great national edl ice wherein the American people were o dwell forevermcre The language was the language of Thomas Jeffer son But the thought ot every one of his As the cnnstian ieiKun iy its author on two sublime com mandments on which hang althe nd the prophets so tliese men rested republican liberty on Iwo sublime vcr ties on which it must stand if it can stand at all in which it must live or bear no life One was the equality of the individual man with every other n political right The other is that vou are now seeking to he right of every people tc institute heir own government laying its fouii lation on such principles and organ zing its powers In such form as to them shall seem most likely to affect heir safety and happiness and so to assume among the powers of the earth the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature jmd cT na 200 Straw Hats For men high crown medium brim and a regular 35c quality goods are on sale now U cents Each See north window The Overflow tnreV God tiititU inillviilual indiviilual states the Hcpul urrd in deny Sirautitt IVi N WASHINGTON Ap erence 10 report ih Lew fTiiiion for iurkey to id Crated auihoritailv has not 1rn with the Strauss has not Lincoln Kill fKlCAGO April j Ird in her room the sixth Hour cf tho IMlmer house today with her riin pierced and a bullft Jired by her own hind Jfsif who WES 22 years old evMenuy iikini 1 ard by its reflection aimed the shot wcicb ended her life chlia SGOOOO April in thirty days Adelaide Louisf Mcrriani will come into possession ol nearly and will lie UKivniihi est 3yearold heirers in the vii is the daughter of Mrs c who has been twice married I cut husband is L C Rood of ii Manufacturing comrany anil vsi ment dealer at iuster City It throiiKh her former liiisluinii K G Menlam the father ot Aileaiiv lint the iniierltance fajh due New Burlington Feeder To Cure Cold in One Bay laxative Eroino Quinine Aii druggists the nioncy if it 10 Mire E W GroveV signature hox 45Olu SIOlX CITY May stride ha Sioux City virJiin lln 1 ts voir that ai tho Llosfo April iX reports show jt tlr ton par ii lit rfinntry and only orrcityjt ii tcpts of hogs exLeeiltil lhat of Chkago anil was only 00 hogs ahead of Sioux City T rapaciiy in 1S93 lor killing 2JOO hoffr per day the planlp now hrive 1 ity for killing hogs ia vhcn iluro i ousJdo rofriger rml TOftfl hogs daily in summer Thi iiurrao promisrs to coniinue USs ntzile jiinips The is largely Tue 10 tht cponinj of the plnt formerly usei fcy t Jlift ParkingcomDanv and Tiirp foip HV TIM iiiiifrCHfioiiaT I np received a i that vi1 not soon be foroten in i jiarUu bcinj In April tin rwoipts of hojrs nt ihc ionx City vore almost 1 of April 1S90 Ifinc 1 707 more ihrn in ISO the total being ftt lows Collrcr AMES la May nve being made by The Mito architect for the i new engineerius uildiiig at the I siate colKSi whi h will any I iMnR of iho kind in the west and adaptability It will be a foiirstnry siniclnre will lie built entirely oJ fireproof material and will cast exclusive of furnishing and equipment SlOCniX 26TH OTS KANSAS WESTPORTCAR TO STREET WALK TWO BLOCKS WEST AND ONE TO THC SANITARIUM DOWN TOWN 915 WALNUTSTREET 41 DOOR SOUTM OffCi r The object of DR COES SANITARIUM is to furnish scientific medical arid surgical aid to the afflicted Thousands in the vicinity of Kansas City can testify to the stability of this institution and speak of it with pride Hundreds of patients who have been given up to die by their physicians and friends have been brought to this Sanitarium on stretchersand cots are today enjoying health and are living testimonials of DR COES skill and ability is hardly a community in many miles that has not furnished some almost incurable case that has found a curs at this Sanitarium DR COE is today one of the most successful surgeons in the country His years of ex perience and his magnificent Sanitarium are the best evidence of his success If you are afflfct ed you want the best You dont want to be doctored but cured It is only reasonable for you to think that you can be cured by one who has cured hundreds others Mice you and many much worse A corps of physicians that are annually treating of jaatkntsean accomplish many wonderful cures when the doctor with a small or limited practice can only be experimenting We have many patients in your vidraty and as a matter of coovenknce wffl send one of our EXAMINING PHYSICIANS to your town supplied with a full line of instruments necessary in making a thorough diagnosis If you are afflicted from excessgs or Intemperance of any kind or if you in need of medical or surgical aid or if you have been doctoring and taking medicine without relief dont despair j you can be cured Others lave been cured and there is no reason why you cannot be restored to health CaKom and get an opinion of your case and such other information as you may derive coacjt Sanitarium Dont forget the dates A talk with us may save you a large doctor your CONSULTATION and EXAMINATION DR COE V will the Linie11 hl0te1 in Iowa two Watdi for dateB Two dayti only aboat Gold
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