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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - May 17, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                VOLUME XVIII CORNING ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THURSDAY MAY 17 1900 PROFESSIONAL CARDS j Attorney at Law OBco omr llouw COKXWO IOW1 ITMlioiIn all conrtj Vtiovtul attention j tocollrctloni Fmphos at ilaail Are Srii to Eavd Prcptred for the Srme DONT LOOK IOB I H Attorney at JLaw I Oljoct WlltO ulilUrl CORNING f the Attempt Mnjre to Show ir tivll Cammlslon hlt tlio rtClhm Insurgent Snjn Cangrrtt Hi Uniio Nothing Stanley Stanley Vltornptp ut j MANILA May latest rumor LISM KTiMEv an ln jianiia amons the and by his facnc tnrnltg of the are fuly prepared positions ot tte Boers There was practically no fIitlne and there arc no further detaiu to give respecting the occupation ol i Kroonstad Tlie correspondent o the Dally Telegraph says the union Jack was noiated In the market by Mrf Lockhcad the American or a Scotchman Most ot the horses of tin Boers are In a wretched condition but Prtsi lent Krtiger declares he will continue the war It thnt the Boers at Krnon stall had betn reinforced by men from natal last Friday and that alto Kethcr 3000 with a number of guns trekked from Kroonnstad on the ap proach of Lord Roberti The Boers ILL 1CCHT Endorsed by tli3 Democrat at i native which was In circulation last matic stand at 3IBcn 1 rand and had elaborate entrenchments In front of Kroonstad which offored great facilities for a rear guard action Their only anxiety however appears I Ack was seriously discussed by some ii the local papers and attracted Liore attsntlon than has usually Kansas City NOT SEEK IHE NOMINATION Cunoot AUoir Mamn to Bo If Thor Lj to He XodlilcaUoa of Chicago Skvtch of tha Nomlaee CHICAGO Charles A Towno was seen at tbe Aadltortam nsx last aight vhen about to take a rsn foi Duluth his boaie When viuJa William ShamulT DalEii Sidaey j c Maybrlck CecUrvllle A Story Greenflela Rasmus Boyscn Gray E Allen Paralia taa A L Stephens Boone Eleieatli William McFavlaae Gleneoe jL Ljon jr Peterson NUMBER OF WIN HHDOPB for IDtnU lowin WASHINGTON D C May The remains of Lieutenant Edgar Koehler of LeMars la was killed In the Philippines several months ago are ax ptcted here In a diy or two escorted by hie brother Captain Beu Koehler who was permitted to accompany the body by special order of the war d Tie ruueraJ wiJl take place it Arlington Members of tte Iowa delegation have teen aotiaed that Mrs E er the mothfcr will arrive here uc Holds That lather of Plaintiff Was Mo Irsine tilt PRiOPERlY IS INVOLVED ron Irnrlni LTiod Wblch of Late Vcurs Itrnmr I SUVA NT M D Physician and Surgeon COIIMXij IOWA Wluipuiroiuptl allcjllr it tir nizLi cltjorcoumrt K ilvnoc a IIJH sjic with this sort of thing to have been to get away safely with As a matter ol fact many Fillpnciii did j thclr md convoys wtiicS Isave their American employers with again tuJ lnvc successfully aceom 1 plished The few stores they were ri K i Physician and Surgeon OEi rv me Ilock Physician and Surgeon i Hiry Physician and Surgeon Tiiini Medical Doctor rti 1 hrs thi itparent Intention of joining some i move Their action taken In Dnectlon with the arrest of several unlives for carrying concealed i ind UK dispersion of several susnlriuus utiicrinKs gave runito the reports j Olicnl3 1jvc been active in tnr rnat ifr biit arc not iriynul to think an iiiprisln will hf Mf FiHiihu tiif iirai csrclnlly in of the fact tlif reared to attempt the i ion at IIL time or General j ItMjr fiinprrl t iy had jiiiiiile careful preparations am many i ns iiad come to Manila for i this jnriiMt A i found nninnj the elfeeiH of lli nn Crtrcia asserts that jiho rnitid STiitc ton K ss li Kme s ami thiTC wurkii for orfp 17 ill nllaltv Olio re i tlint riijillio jllnta is Vaviriui11 ii U an tmibrcal in nr to iliow thf comiiiiFRirm that insill r till alive It does r seen tlit the haa rawn Instijmi3ori tn Ag lirairio the rtl ieaierjwill unable to carry away turned SAVS ITS ALL A MISTAKE llORrd Kmbi rzkr Nccloy Maintains Innoccnrr MUNCIE Ind May C F W Ncoley was called upon today at the n j home of his slater and the reported confession of Mr Rich was rend to him Mr Neeley refused absolutely asked for an txpresslon of oplnon ref froai Iowa In time o witoesa tie inter dlnc the action of the convention ment Ha 13 one ol the three aonj who I can only say what I have ahvays fald in this ixinnection that 1 uavo not sought tte office and made no efforts to secure the nomination bat If the populists and the other three partita think I am tho moat available man I will accept I had wished all along that tbe palls convention should name committee to meet com mittees of the other parties at Kansas City jut It looks as though my friends at SIouz Falls did not consider that tho best course If there la a modification of tee Chi cago financial phuik at Kansas City on tho silver question would you accept tho vice presidential nomination were serving in tho army at the of his death Lieutenant Koehler a record of special distinction at the battle of San Jean hill daring tho SpanishAnierlcaa war Mrs Koehler burlsd another son recently to make a statement further than to say I hat there must be a mistake RIcu was one of Muticifs leading young hitBines men a soninlaw ol Joseph A Godilnrd wholesale grocer and for several years was a traveling salesman I and also was secretary of the Indiana ham county Michigan neaVthe city of J raveling Mens Protective association j Lansing fortyone years ago list Oc tober His parents were in comfort I certainly would not if it approach ed in the remotest dcjieo to a back down from the plank of 18J5 But thero will be no backdown tlio Chi cago piank will be reaffirmed Cnarlra A Tovne was born In Ing THE MARKETS BY ElEGBAPil Sooth nd OMAHA iivj STOCK SOLTI OJAIiA Mny i 1 CATTLK fair rui or oittv Ijjt there wat the iiSLLiil Roud th mar ket was iirluk rtin of vutti Jnj ih hioh has friend of Keelcys and seturtd his ap loltiment In the Cuban postal depart ment throiuh Noelcy They were rx teiuivcly togetlier In bust ness enterprises CEWEY TAKES NEEDED BEST of Cel4britio Today KNOXVILLE Tenn May iliav much veiLIit with the Filipinos 5Iral PaEEed a Sunday In n in i KlOxvllle He attended St Johni whn church in the morning anJ t F Veterinar3 ovir Surguon MaeArthnr of A COS iAKO GORfJINC NOTICE in irifctH will rail i Amlrr ITU it i I II Mitl ill1 nvir flilil j FRANK E JONES t Tik a of cojriiifriial Tn Cnlniiel Crow hi he viil as ninny herrtnTure in the aJjiKiuit KfnTnl This action s taken In view rf tlie ineiTayint ini portance of tle po HerKral AIucArtJnir M hi stsft in niaiters of Je lail anJ viil devote iiiniiif lamely to H I fPcnt I1 remainder of the day in his ih rMininnj The liotels are filling un vith of thfLr Indicatln the or firetiil crowils in the city tomnrrov to iolliaKtes witness the naradc and other feaUires Thr Itmns if HI n I In island of Okey BANKERS COR1TINC3 IMD1V1DUAL PESPONS1EHITY Mnlirj T OC1MI lid vol nls YC 01 the ey celebration The Wom ans building a structure bailt and used by tho womens societies of the city will ho the scene of most or the public receptions A that nlaee aftct tho parade the mayor wll welcome the admiral after which the hitter will bold 3 public reception HIS AUICS Emperor Fraiioln Jooojth Spcat of Re cent Visit and ttc UrtlotiSt BUDA IGST May to day to i address from the presidents istrlan and the HurBarlaji able circumstances and young after a Common school education wsa sent to Ann Artor unlrerslty where ho graduated In the academic and law courses Attar receiving hla sheepskin Mr Towne went to Marquette Mich where he opened M law office and prac ticed his profession for Ho then moved to Chicago Tthere he struggled to establleh a practice tar several months but gave it up and came to Dillnth la ihe spring ot 1890 Ho has always taken an active part In politics and until the free silver agi tation In 188S a republican In ISDi he stumped considerably for the republican ticket through the northwest and his remarkable elo quence soon bronchi him to the front At the neit republican convention for the Duluth district Mr Towne was en thusiastically nominated for congress and was elected with an overThelming majority He seemeed destined to be one of the foremost republicans In the west until In the early summer of 1898 he declared himself In favor ol free sil ver In tho fall he was nominated by tho democrats and populists as tlselr sandidate or congress although hold ing his seat In that body as a repub ican Ho was defeated by PagMor ris by nearly 2000 votes in the fall of 858 he was again nominated by the ualonlsts for conjress and was once more defeated by Morris by a plurality if 1000 votes although he carried Du ttjji Jl mt Btf srs fin frOKHyi inv 1Jjhtr nt Itasl i to v t tha out iri to1 on S3 that 1 very trll jl si rs hel 7 cows EES MOIXE3 May district imrt afiruied the decision o tie tkt court ia the case of Eliza B Hawj ley Sarah F Lane and Samuel B IrI win appellants versus M E Oriffen t Vs M E Griffin Charles C Smeltzon inv7iM cal stock ct 5tckJr nl early lillTlinc but sh rtly delegations with reference to his recont lutJ tne home town of both candl visit to Berlin Emperor Francis Jo seph declared the intimate relations of the al lii so clearly manifested at Berlin 1 lira a happy eompleraent of he cc iTrrnt rfilatimin hetwMn Hrn Kary and all the powers especially Russia May this augur firm tondil for tec continuing maintenance of dates by 1043 In the summer of 1SDS ba was chosen chairman of the na tional silver republicans uf th packrs stiltfil out to rrices but shrtly irter Chfcitffo Itiw ir and they vviu on their rlrst nMa und for 1 tlTi2 the was alow jirI a attip yctcrrlay on tins light IIOBS A Imiu later on th market rallied under tho Influence oi ihi The ckse wo stronger so that tallinj j eij cwmpiirfl with yestonlay Thu hogs fSprirxK rjf a ind C H Brocksmith which was ap pealed from Clay district Juwlce Wa tcrman dlisrnts from the opinion ot tie court The case popularly known us the Ir Rin insane case was consolidated with four other cases in equity and ia oae f unusual Interest John Irwin father of the plaintiffs died a Nebraska City b on October 20 1M3 intestate and yiiars of age leaving plaintiils H3 only heirs at law Before tnovins o OLIo from Nebraska he had accumu ated a large number of military boun ty WAiranLf which on coming west he proceeded to locate on lands In Iowa ind Nebraska thus acquiring patent ti tle to about 20MO acres in this state ind 30000 In Nebraska received patent titles to the lands in contro j veray In 1S59 Most of the lands in grj j were sold for nonpayment of and went to tax deeds Xeither Irwin nor his heirs made an attempt to redeem within a year Action was brougtt by Irwins heirs on tbe ground that Loha Irwin was a lunatic when the lands were aold for nonpayment of taxes and continued so until kits death Three Horses That Weigh Almost Three Tons Breed for the Perfect Draft Horse Humbert Sons Imp Percheron Horses CORNING IOWA Stallions in Service Season of THI PRIZE PERCHEROW i THE PERCHEROK STALL10 i SULLY 40430 21779 jLUZIGNAN 42899 21778 THE IEftCHEPON STALL10K LOUIS 42916 21777 a few cnrs hr today mostly Imnb There was nrt rntioh change in the situation and about ill that could be sal of the i to cal It seidy Quotations Clipped tjethars clipped yearltngs cllppti JWM good t choicr fair to gocd cllpiie1 CVM H2 to choice Colorado lamba I700ft72i Mr to Bool Colorado ind consequently that the time for re demption had never expired Tbe de fendants deny that Irwin was a lunatic ind that actions were commenced one rear alter his death The court reviews the evidence on he maintained shrewd 3 ability to the last and could not be adjudged a lunatic Irwin let This animal was imported by s from Imported from Franco bv 5 in from France by I U Hom rrancc ia September He was tcmfccr 1S3S Foalf Mv i Lcrt 6 Son in their September 1S9S foiled February 24 ISOi ly M j S5 Ured ly gujtton of Cou ipment Foaled April 1 Brel Saillant of Cotiimunc St Germain Oc la injnc of M Bronrrdof Commune of Souanw Condre diparniint of Orne Sully is 1 dark dapple stands 1C right bind fool Tnzignan is a black horse white inip department of Enre et Ixiir years OH Louis Is a black horse with star In bands liigb excellent eye lim bead hands high is one of Ihe large boned fortbead 5 years old this spring 16 nicely polled and extra good fret hortes ever imported to iliijcotinrry hands high He possesses many fine Style and action are extra good sully and has proven himself n ROM lrf edtr i poinis found in eo younga horte is in fact in ideal Pcrrhcrnn lioree in isanallaround drft cvryloftbif size good Ectofiegs clean flat every respect rcfipect FEE FEE vpood lamba K73flT00 BwI to choice clipped IttrabH fair to tmot clipped lamia JSKtfoTS CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET CHICAGO May cilvo jjlfli higher stock to prime ateors oor t meilium ocdors cows S3Prfj ant crs bulls ctljvoa Texris cl sters 51 TQSIS tulls closing top s ij anil Imtchera J5WS3W LIO tc ciolce hcayy roJBh hoivy IBltl bulk of Saki tfce land be sold from him because of necessity and not through an Insane delusion and It Is not now redeemable The land has of late years become very valuable and large amounts were u rolved In tbe case These were pelecltti auii imporlcd by Erccst I Hin Slow Innib sto ulv cnolre wethers fair mixed ISLANDERS ARE UNFRIENDLY ft MiiKbore Do Not racey vanlon bj ZlArtliD MANILA ilay islanders of Masbere received Colonel Hardlna expedition differently from those of Marlnduijtte when he lit one com OUR NATIVE HERBS The Groat Blood Purifier and Liver Regulator 200 Days Treatment for ALONZO O BUSS CO Irjw D UIUKLES WALTOKU Hayes Iowa Aent for Adams County Silit poTtage puiU to any of Admns couniv on receipt of price For by A F Shinn J M Tncliir rilt uf if I IIP M y tlr viii lays m Of Standard Bret Trotting Stallion i iiir aiv t i rrui iiuw oriiy fnithe sice die 1 Int iilluwin fir rtts to tho p eiun they are Ilit viil i Ilint 10 lalcr landed and took the trenches with lit resistance One Filipino was killed 11 a 11 me inirti ui ccnneciion with all fast trains iVorn Chicago In the cast inclini i in think Inlead tit rpiit litlc un if arise in the senate ihe may rLaliness to by rHijutiniitiK over from day to day while the serate is in the Qnal taroei of disscliition I The general hll will co Taken ilij anl it will be follnved j Acraln Appralf for Inia XEV YORK JIny Inliai filrille rief cjnraittee an appeal to the citizens ThD asserts that despite the systematic aid furnished COOdOOO people In India at least 5000000 more are starvinp Two or three hundred insurgents hold the neighboring towns and the natives appear unfriendly ti cho tt po toLir LarO PT NE1V YORK XEW YORK Miy 2 red f n h Xa rod iTjc clcvitor Xo 1 noithcn Du chosen with great case and ve can safely say that for puriiv come from be inoa jjoteJ of baye been hrn If you want to make a ure stock I will he takon to prevent aeciilents but wil1 not be resporiVc be held for iservice fee We would be pleased to haye per Hit Yd a traffic for a rn BIQCX CITT May our slock Ihese horses will make the season nt ImmcdlaJely on the divorce secured by of Brooks ant onehaJf mile wesl of Jasper Center Mrs W C McXamara who charged aer husband with intimacy with Miss Mary McAllister of Dakota county Nei Draiska W C McNamara who Is presI idjent of tie Eastern Nebraska Gulf railway ind wealthy stirred up a 3rama In which shotguns plot and jounterplot figured He riad nromlsed to merry the young woman and went to bar home to set her He was met the doer by her father J J JIcAl Ilater a prominent lawyer of eastern Nebraska who persuaded him with a ihotgun to retreat Returning again a rival for Misa Mc Wllsters affections Joseph Berry con fronted McNamara and drcve him away Mclfaraara swore both 10 have revenge anil the girl He secured war rants for the arrest of McAllister aril Che defending squad was enough to spirit Miss McAllister to pry home of a neighbor she wa wcrted McNainara sought her rain bone large hocks and knees deep In ISirli fiortin back and remarkably j good of Ihe grandest points I in a horse which a breeder f hould never I sight of Has elegant arched neckt I vith line head wi11 set on large im j iceiine eyes nnd line style and action i FEH ineabcr oi tbe firm and were they cannot be surpaeeed They nd transmit their well known qualities make a specially of the busincfs Care parting witb marec will i in line horses visit our stables and ei nilcs southwest of Corning 3 mile ERT SON Konl i to ch il luth f o b afloat to iirr close heavy at IollUc net iln May TViric closed July 7 closfj i t Sopttinber 72 Co VASHINGTOX May y the military acadfiny li is I tative BIOITUVOI of Ohio today intro liM1 tontl the army dueecl a resolution directing the secre tary of war to ascertain LUG nmimt i any of moneys or other property be longing to the postal revenue of the izatlo3 uill niLiy he up en Tlie iTiiiaimkT of the wocl icvoted tn rnis Island of Cuba which have Jhe special order sdopted some time ns is I ratification of the treaty with Spain to be p to the ceinonis at Deen wrongfully misappropriated and JEFf RIES3YA BlOW Champtoii Curbctc Our In Twen tyThird fioaudl SEASIDE CLUB May Jef fries 13 still the heavyweight cham pion pugilist of the worldHe de feated Jim Corbett In the twentythird round of their fight with knocscnt The finishing blew came as a sud den and startling surprise Corbett had been making 11 wonderful battle His defense wag absolutely perfect and wtlie he was lacking In strength he bad more than held his own and stood an excellent chance of winning the tin acrcpiancc uf the slime f Oenerni Grant pr sctited by tlie Orand Army of the Hepnblic IUSSSA WOL1D INTERVfNL ARLINGHAM Will Make Stason of 1900 as Follows erv ilay In the wetit ay at Liune in Corning AM is a dark buy with it points anil weighs J2oO pounds unds liigb aud is noted for hia and action us u road horse sired by Billy VVilkes and be in the noleil Wiikcs family of rs TERMS OF SERVICE JlO for colt to slant and suck Par ties parting with mares will be held lor insurance Care will taken to prevent accident but no responsibil ity fur same should they occnr GEO BROWN Ikranf k lOXnON May Times pub lishes this mornins a leltor from Odessa dated Miy C taken to his own use by anr ofllclu o ofliclala of the United States and tt certify the amount to the secretary o the treasury who Is directed to trang fcr the amount so certified to tho sefreinry of war AD Edltocl LtMle Entorprlie SIOUX CITY Miy has just leaked out that Bert P Mill editor ol the Correctlonvrle Iowa News and Miss Susie AC Castle of thnt place had r which he comments norm tliv BUSI becE married over before they tkinn aad jealousy with which cflhlal I made the hafl eTent Tnl3 was done at a party given by Mr Mill whra the youtiR people flashed tbe cer tificate of rarrlaea upon the aston sanctioned laned assemblage Not even the pa ne rents of the young woman knew jioy at thing about It They had simply in Russia the tif the He quotas at grent length trom ar 3m the th censor that has unjwared ii Odessky Listolt whieh declares the imnjial policy of the Inlted Rirles prompted iiy the of Sndin new outlets or trade THlrajgv SprakB at KdlDburgh KDIN1IUKGH May ball which has a capacity of 6000 was crowded today by an assembly to hear Rev Dr DeWitt Talrnage Dr Tal raago delivered a second lecture jjitor to a large Ihe approaches to the hall drlvea over to a nearby town secured a preacher and the necessary license In Plymouth county and the knot was tied in a few minutes Thea they re turned to their respective honnis until the husband had a nice place ixcd up to care for hybrids SYDNEY N S W May number of cases of the bubonic plague officially reported to this is iic Of these seventythree have proved fatal FOR THE LAST STAND All Sort aod Conilltlans uf C 3111 Diandccreti it 1rcttirl LONDON Mai Lourtnzo 4UafdUci cbrrespondent of the Tines of Buuday siys It rumored tbat the Transv raad la secret session lias o ordtr all residents irrespective Guard SIOUX CITY May Clim ated Inspector general of Iowa sr rived in 8ioux City to InnpeK Com panies H and L In the evening the officers of the Fiftysecond Iowa regi ment and the officers of the two com panies tendereid Major Olmstod a com plimentary dinner at the Hawkeya club It was a very pleasant affair and afterwards they all weat to the armory hail where the two companies were pat through a rigid Inspection Fftrmor IB Foaoil Defcd CLINTON la May Wal ker one of the most prominent Jarmers of Clinton county residing nuar Ma lone was found dead In bis Irani There la no apparent cause of death Yftlr Atlantic We art In re celpt of the premium lint ot the nationality to OEsiat in tii2 dctens ol Iowa state a do he republic In acccrdruas witb the to Ijt pcailble all enns ot tlie revised military law efforts A premium 3Bt rmy The Boers now recognize that ihuy I bi aai for asking by writing tea are E the extremity uttd nil sorts 6eciotary of the agricultural soclutr and conditions of men have been com mandocred The merchants have pro tested againit the stopnige of ii on elffumeat of clothing and corned heel1 thd latter was purchase 1 in America United States Consul Stan Hollie vho sympathies are idea The of thi ious li saH to have remonstrated j stute la igainst whit be railed interference frith American trade The war U pratitally over jays be Dally Krooattad cor rMpont eut Jtnd In loos doftnitt tnig I the to be all tho cortiwiKJnrttnts They plettre the Hoeru an Flflyflret Iowa band has been piged and UIB managamenl uniiatial ufrrnctlooR The fsjli an Institution that ougKt to Do kept njt to thn highest point of aicslleccc iuui ofllcotB to bs frabnad with i Iptut Think of u cicmber of the Clablnst talking of fighting for MonriK doc trine at rtiwe wbea tte Admi nlilra not been badly punished and liad managed to mark his man severely BUTLER IS CHAIRMAN KcElectert 6j the PopnUst National Committee at Sloax SIOITX FALLS S D May populist national committee met here today and organized by the election of the following oflcers Chairman Senator Marlon Butter vice chairman J HEdmlsten Ne braska treasurer W D Wasnbum Massachusetts secretary J A Edger ton Colorado Tie nex executive committee ia as follows General J B Weaver Iowa Senator Allen Nebraska J w Brled Snthal Kansas Eugene Smlti Chi cago E V Way Arizona T Tracy Texas Robert ScLilling Wisconsin 2 hluhr bt e uruL r tiv b In wakat iLcllnc May ber clogiii KANSAS CITI LIVE S May 17CATTIK 8IOIX CITY Ia May bishop John J Keane of Washington flow the titular bishop ot but practically the unanimous choice of the archdiocese of Dubuque as sn cftssor to Most Hev John Hsanessy passed through Sioux City en route to Sioux Falls to visit with sporo OGorman In answer to a ijueitlnn ibrjut the siucceasorshlp Arehbisho w Kefne rjlat he lliirkot steady to rativ strvrs body else knows anytMng about It a Tuias steers is to be by authority that t account many things WyANDOTTE5TS KANSAS DOWN TELEPHONE SANITARIUM TELEPHONE con native eni stotkers evi bulls XUJOJHVI nnI hif d footers n heavy y J507fii23 piclir llrtt HW 51J Torfcors S5Wij510 Murket atrons lamlis S31 FOWNE MAKES A STATEMENT LINCOUl May 12iOmftha le to hare the republican state The state central committee In saeslon at Lincoln so decided but night by a voti ot to 14r4 The selection of Omaha sa the loca tion of the rtate beadQuarters was made without stuoi of tha appointment recommended by the can didates were ratified vitb the excep tion ot Latier Druk 3 for trcacurtr Mr Drake dccllnefl to serve and L D Rich ards of Fremont waa selected in his jlace Franli H Voucg of Broken Bow elfcted vice dinlniian and J T of Kearney oecetary DBS MOINES May At the state convention here Hon D Parkins Soui CStf at brtroduced a ragojutlda endorse fbi of caasttm on Porto natter but U turned down ifMr n ftikt scrrU mid fiftj who ven mswbers oi nd nppowd to ndt il U tlie couuDttim mbvWad andt niport it Mould DIMM K tglit OB floor oC The coa the fojlawlng am to tho tlon Pkflutelphli OorarDM U BHw Odnul tt anport Dr B B Bmili Csdui 1 omag D Molceo DiKiiet as bt Blterlck J N W Rtnnpje L C 1 JillbriMslt C IL IndiipicdBOML S X Wordca Rart J J JUnh Tokla nnrtr Cnitf H TH He in Mot a bat In GIiiil of DULLTH May A Tcwne today made the following state ment with reference to his nomina tion for the vice presidency by the Sioux Falls convention It wa3 my judgment that the Sioux Falls convention should appoint a con ference committee to meet with similar committees from the democratic and silver republican conventions at Kan sail City on July i for the purpose of Jointly considering the vice preslden tial nomination This opinion was freely communicated to prominent men of the convention both before it as and while It was in session In th exercise of Its discretion bow ever it decided differently When tne conclusion was reached to nominate a candidate the unanimity and enthusi asm with which the convention me Is of course exceedingly gratifying It mtiit be rememljereij that many of Ihe strongest men Ic the country were members of the convention which was composed of the wise and connervatlve majority of the peoples party whose devotion to the great cause in which all the reform forces are enlisted no body can question The endorsement ot such a body is a high compliment and I deeply appre ciate it Moreover it sets an exam ple of unselfishness at this juncture that ought not to bo without good In fluence Neither Mr Bryan nor myself belong to the papulist party To be sore such a consideration may seem unimportant when men are engaged In a great contest against tite same evil tendencies In the governmnt but mere names are still somewhat power ful In Influencing political conduct and we must render all praise to the con vention which thought only of the principles at Harmony anil cooperation are es ntial this yar among tho demo cratic the peoptee the itlvor re publican putira To preserve their of I8M the ant canoidmaBoe Iftw next ti to go into tin cmmgtof vfeo then oppowd w iind racmita It sommtlou Sioax fUott country with ill concerning which nobody here can be and that until this author TAKE TO STREET C WALK TWO BLOCKS AND ONE TO THE SANITARIUM Ity all will be the merest guess I am of oursc very much at tie expressions of endorse generoualy uttered by repre DOWN TOWN OFFICE WALNUT STREET DOOR SOUTH Of JMJ selt no concern W am not to be chosen them they will hi ipjr oatnlM ratl by tha ot the republic In Noresifrer Laxtmur W1U Ban AC CHICAGO Mny the second couffresisiooal diatrict todajr rocomlnated Wllllen LcirUwr congress States a iieca aud CanjtnftaMu Lani neto nhocKn to the ronTentlod ud D W Ball u4 B moud POET8MOITH Uj blf tlite altcnum ptautnt to teuiwl tD duy tor tteorf JMiit ttv ftumtm a The object of DEL COES SANITARIUM is to furnish scientific medical and surgical aid to the afflicted Thousands in the of Kansas City can testify to the stability i nave ven m speak of it with pride Hundreds of patients who have been given up to to whether i am j die by tlnar physicians and friends have been brought to this Sanitarium on stretchers and cots are enjoying health and are livingtestimonials of DR COES skill and ability c I There is Ihardly a community in many miles that has not furnished some tilmost incurable case gensibWfi of Port Byron m an that has found a cure at this Sanitarium Iowa boy who graduated from the den1 mi department of the Iowa state Cni JDK uUJi is today one or the most successful surgeons 111 the country His years of ea annsir periencc and his magnificent Sanitarium are the best evidence of his success If you are afflict1 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 of others like you and many much worse A corps of physicians that are annually treating thousands of patients can accomplish many wonderful cures when the doctor with a small or limited practice can only be experimenting We have niany patients in your vicinity and as a matter of convenience irice society wltni a large in Illinois and Iowa for theiimount of 130000 While being initiated into tlie mysteries of the Fra ternaJ Tribunes at Port Byron tne doc tor came in cimtact with live wires from a battery operated by some of tbe members and received such a hocl that for a number of his I life was was able to get out although bis right was practicuSly useless iDonccm Falln AlffiS la S E Big low dry goods and clothing business successors to tlte firm of Blglow Smith closed Kit doors and the stock was turned to the creditors of He rallied and j will send one of our EXAMINING PHYSICIANS to your town supplied with a fufl line of instruments necessary in making a thorough diagnosis If you are afflicted from excesses or intemperance of any land or if you are in need of rnedica or surgical aid or if you have been doctoring and taking medicine without relief dont despair you can be cured Others have been cured and there is no reason why you cannot be restored to health CaH on our doctor and get an opinion of your case and suJi other information as you may desfre concerning our Sanitarium Dont forget the dates A talk with us may save you a large doctor bill and may means of restoring your health CONSULTATION and EXAMINATION FREE od Slndi LURC Palrl CLINTON Ia May Ray mond of Lynirille who tor a number of years vaa engineer on the Mil wauten recently found the largest peerl known to be in existence He took it trou a clam which he dug from the Mississippi river while en gaged in clamming Tie pearl weighs 120 grains and is viilued at J3000 Tjje heaviest known penrl prior to tbe discovery of this one by Hay moncl weighed SO grains Sir Hay mond has been offered tor his jewel rat scoffs at the idea gays he will not part with the gem BOERS Will VISIT IOWA to Iplnti of la Jtay jwtco i oomiajf to Era Ifahun to uwua tetonwt In an urpreMJo at tor tha ACrkm nipullOa The la NMT Tack ItBJWdljkolT llwreaftor Uta Ix the locml ilslt wiD to drljrnlBed Meror lUrtej bower It In rccfttpt of foltinriix tetter ram tha Mcrttw ot Natlnu Boer My Dmr Sir DR COE will have offices at the Lindell hotel in Corning Iowa two days about the middle of this month Waich for dates Two days only proper meeting ptface tn your city and have a reception committee aa3 press agent so on to be prepared by tlie date which will determined upon and of which you tilll be notified fnrmedlfitely their arrival in Now York Let no showto them that the syma ot the JLmeirlcan people is on tlte of than bntve republicans ofpoacS to nnjuet degression and let ttv whole world an will as our officials sear and tar tliie voice of thin iimtlon GEOBGE Saciristary symapthy n the side the The tkrw of of fttOutr vt tha VoUOTud of tlM BoaU Aftteta npnbUleMM at Utn Vittarud at firm to to tmtftiim wffl ifeNt lb i taw A Hinna in his speech before tee Ohio itate convention referring the ad ministration of himself and MeKlotey asked Dei we want a Tho Beneral ot opinion Indicates Quit we do and the decsrinlaatioa lUmpcd apim the ace of the average voter aocgnitii that A4ld llo Democrat molBture eupplbd by tli showers of the early part of the week In portions of the northwest and west ceniral dis tricts rain iis much needed Tbe conditions hare IMCD generally favorable for planting corn and In tbe Bouthern and central sections that work is nearly completed under very favor able conditions fcr rapid germination In the northern section planting IB well advanced and a few days of dry weather will be EurBclcRt to tiiieli it KeportB indicate tbct has buen good In early planted tkldi and In natneroox localitlei coltiration IB in progreiu OD tbe whole very Isrgc Oorn acreage likely to IM planted of the DM Hoinw U Tin eMlittg a m if us than the dallr tnm t to i Dtirl Uii ibe OsU wheat and are doiag totably well iu nearly all parts of tlie itatc Fruit coa tlnue to be and injtirf ftea frwti iai been very light Itutr UK It of emildlnf UM forth WMk 1980 fnwk BoMllattj Mn Arniw BubiiHW Pmom tol f Mdrlv4 Special Rate Excursions Annual coovcntior Jova Siatt Sabbath School anociatioD Creilon Iowa JOM 19 to 21 1900 Aanoal tncuaipmcal department of G A K Davenport lowi June 12 to 14 mtes rado Uuh and Black Hillii tickets date of IstaJttriS 3 to 17 AagattZjv 21 ftlftmn for the round Convention rites authorised lo different For 3ate8 addreu or call on For laitlwr iarocnuitioa call on or adJrtn F H own bone fell provttnent anoclatMi mil e i eollectUm nU r i Juno tbe otdnbfrai and Iron In th Mt MM CO leaily Declaration ot Indepwdence lad tbs letter ol tha canatitutlon in on a snr ot la Wurli   

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