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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - May 24, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                CUM VOLUME XVIII Mr 1HT ONI DBTBICT Harrison County to Ei in Decrees tlmt you dress this season preparations foi1 the wliito CORNING ADAMS COUNTY IOWA t your patronage on merit OUR STOCKS lawns ducks piques and laces tueldngs India linens Persian etc allovcr umbroidcric Swiss embroideries and insertions Valenciennes and insertions silk and satin in fact every one of tho noccssnvy ndjmKls to the white dress are here TUANSFER TO flf DISTRICT tlrrtefj to Judkhlp Jo tbtt DlHtrict Ever R fostd a Kviiomlnatlo Incnmbeut Likely to Hold a Iowa 3Lif k COMPLETE Valenciennes dgings loc Dox Yds up Hump White Hooks S Eyes dozen 2c UOUNCILBLUFFS Hay MHarrl comity will be represented with ilftcen votes in the JJdaial convention the Fimrnth judicial district next August While Harrison county was represented at thc meeting of the pommfttco Thursday it will nave become by the time of the con vention part of the district the law ransferrmg in from tim Fourth to the Mftecath district passed at the recent Eisslon of tho legislature going into rIUct on July 4 Next to Pottaivattamle county which his twentyseven votes Harrison has the next largest number will consequently b a force in the convention The other counties arc en titled to the following Ainubon 0 votes Cass 14 Fremont Mills Il Montgomery 2iage M Shelby 111 Il is the history of thc Fifteenth ju dicial district that only one man elcted by the people to the Judgeship has ever been refused a renomlnation Judge r R Stockton of Sidney Fre mont county in 1S7G failed to secure a renomination Judge Lewis of Glen nond Mills county aprolnled by the governor 10 ill lie unexpired term of Deenitr of Ited Oak who was promoted to the supreme bench failed 5ecuru Die nomination at the next the property of E A a farmer near Ashland Neb and bringing the stolen property Int this state was also found guilty o being an habitual criminal His ccn viction under the habitual criminal uc the since the enactment of ttii law Gregorys trial and conviction had attracted widespread interest and at tentlon and at oclock the time announced by Judge Smith for passing sentence the district court room was packet solid with an expectant throng Scattered among the crowd was the full force of deputy sheriffs and bail iffs to prevent any possible attempt on the part of Gregorys friends to effect hla A hush fell over the court room and Its occupanta when Oregary accom panied by his attorney S 8 Snyder and guarded by two deputy sherlffn made his appearance As soon as the prisoner wua seated Judge Smith asked THE MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH NUMBER 19 him if he hail anything to say why sentence should not be pronounced oil him Gregory half rising from hiii chair and pointing to hlg attorney said he would say all there was to say The prisoner was taken to the sher iffs office where a new pair of hand cuffs was put on him and In charge or Sheriff Cousins and Deputies Canning and Baker he was placed In a carriage that was waiting and hastily driven to the Burlington depot where the train was taken Once In the train Gregory was further secured with cg irons Sheriff Cousins and Deputy Canning accompanied him to Fort Madison Govemor of Montana Dixi Hot Approve of Becent Action fAVOBS MAGIMIS THE PLACE e Tfcat CUrki BcUjnitlnn Written In Smith llit Saj of nu H Will Prove BU Condoct in Fntuv K WIIMUiTH Attorney UJicoov COItNlNd ms Ecportoil to Have Biien Ec iy Englands Prime Minister UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER ONLY I general election All others who ha served on thc bench this district havf died retired of their own will n lire still serving In view of this precedent Itis very probable that the man fortunate enough to succeed Judge smith will hold the position for a IODE t IVrcck on the Uock Irtlnml VICTOR May wreck rinrc result rg in tho destruction of several thousand dol lars worth of property and stock A westbound Rock Island freight train was sidetracking at thecast switch when it was struvk by on easthounii HELENA Mont May Smith this afternoon appointed Martin Maglnols United States senator to suc ceed William A Clark Maglnnls represented Montana in congress in the early days of the terri tory He Is not allied with either dem ocratic factions and has always been strong party man Governor Smith says that the resig nation of Senator Clark was written in April and that the date that It now May 11 was the result of the rasure of the original date which can asiiy be proved by examination of the document He also alleges that the SHEW AVL LAJIliSGoocJ trldo lambs Mgfcr mmns atrons lambs J7IO sllppid Col KlMii3 cllprwl muttons culls HOC UVE STOCK MARKET yflioc lower nativOH teat on sale today nine carles at goKi to prime stwre JSOiSiO poor to medium JiiHi lwfeeders about stimdv HW850I slow at cows J2Oo6lflO ckuners oclla about steady calves easier reulgaatlon was la the possession of I KWfaSi Charles A Clark son of the senator for several weeks In airylng out the plot it is charged misrepresentation and other devious methods were used to get the governor out df the state Goernor Smith today sent dis patcles from to Senator W A Clark Senator Chandler chairman cf the committee on privileges and elec tions and Senator Frye president of the senate saying he disregarded and revoked the action of iJeutcnant Governor Sprlggs in naming Clark to 1 steers Texan bulls iic lower top railed urxl butchtn sood neary rough hunvy bulk oi sales fcS36o33 SHEEP AND LAllBSSheep Me low er good to choice wethers PIJtjiK fair to choice mixed wtern yearlings Inmls JliKj723 western lambs sjrlnfe mucli lower al SpITH OMAHA L3VE STOCK SOLTH OMAHA May 2ICATTLE receipts ami reported easier mar Keu at Chiinpo had a depressing eftpct upon th inarkoi ut this point md values were unevcniy loner In some rases sell ers thoushi tliy pot about as ffood prices 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 1900 THE PRIZE DERCHERON SULLY 40430 21779 i THE PERCHERON STALLION jLUZIGNAN 42899 21778 THE PERCHERON STALLION LOUIS 42916 21777 i Mtittlii CiillcU In lllr till SlriClll I II M il Physician aud Surgeon Olbec in JkytuiT llki k IOWA promptly ail calls day or night for If K 1OTTKK Physician and Surgeon At Work on Flojd Mminmout SIOlX CITY la Mav fiitl weather sets in this year It is con liiently expected that the 100foot itranltc ahaft in mcmorjof Sergeant i harles Floyd will be towering over thc Missouri river south of Sioux City Thc work on the foundation was com iiKnced Saturday when a force of men lONTiax M y In the thc excavation work under the on m the Dally on ot Colonel H II Chitlenden Ixpr i duiiiiMiit var news of tcd Salcs stationed In sloux City and who us agent of the war department will have full supervi sion of thc construction work So far none of the material for thc toonument lias been received out it can be laid here n very short notice Only the foundation will l0 laid this spring but IM the fall the superstructure will be irjlsed The Floyd Memorial afsocla passenger No Cs time Fortunately none of the train crews were hint al though all bad lo jump for their lives The flreman engineer and brakenian of bruises Vhe eastbound freight glno four sir loads of cattle seven car loads of lumber and a number of empty freight curs were derailed and ditched by the collision Nearly all of the cattle were killed instantly re sulting In tlie loss to shippers of 160 head of fatted aud fancy cattle being shipped to market Is tir iulkiwing c tinlrst reason for stating Ilirt twentyfour hours a iKn rrccivcd at the for to ihc Mime minister from rrffiiLnt Kruger uniis fit pntc TLc exrt i not In stated lut uiKliiil in an cxi tifiii It Is noi cutirrivilil lord Salisliiry ciu hi diiigly age can n it Is humbl of that f ifT iiiiy reply on lsl ol iuirli pllAS M Physician and Surgeon Ofluiin Iltiirys store lioland luiild s luJINSlMN Physician arid Surgeon I lijnirirKs over tllC i vi troni havr iieconie riots in iiaits of Aii rdcen and Bolj lait clHwhii ih Ullioi In thr Fhirhlfv dibtrltL nr j with the work of which amount tho covernmont gave nnd the state the other Thc association also owns twentytwo acres of land sur rounding the site of Floyrjn grave and the city of Sioux City will moke this Into a park Medical Doctor In ili lltT Lrlilv Surgeon NEWCOMB dl COS YARD COftNINQ IOWA KifD til All calli NOTICE All parlie ictly will find it to their interests to jive me n calf Office with It Meycrhoff over Antlrcws CJotliing Jlouuf FRANK E JONES Okey Vernon BANKERS OORISTINO IOWA INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY Do n paiil on i binLing busilK1 Intcres same rates nril terni s batiks FARM LOANS AT 5 PER CENT Safety dcpnsit boxes for rent p OUR NATIVE HERBS The Great Blood Purifier and Liver Regulator ij 200 Days Treatment for ALONZO 0 BLISS CO Props ii WASHINGTON D C J CIURLKS WALFOKD Hajcs Iowa Agent tor Athiras County Sent pottngo paid to any part of Adams icunty on receipt LiiSf prce For Bale b A F Shinn M Tucker Brooke leave Cornioe M foliovi promptly w y s hoiue iinil iuished ii hop stltug tin iiiv also iiUholigh whether by acckent or by dcslm It Is mil known Clerks vvninjured Thc si of a Boer ymptthlzir rt Ilrlc3 lon was atLtcked liy a liiKe and jibe vindows were slutunil The po jliie thc nui in vcre grotled it ghovci of diTiiyed iKhps Xiirnor uiis vrrc niadc and ihc Iiicc called out Uiitin tuo place in Aberdeen from 7 to 10 oclinli Satuiday evening around i hall a tlie meeting i cing addressed hy Mr Cron husliiuid cf Olive Schniner A cruvil of studonls and tried to storm the hall and to break lown the doors The ioot police uove iitmlile to with the disturbers ind scut fur tlie nioiiuted police who made some headway with tlie crowd but troc fltriits citTuiTod betwe1n tbe jiortcrs of thc meeting nnd tbe crowd and the Royal inllrmary re5rhy busy dressing the wounds of combatants caused by stones bricks and dubs A number of arrests were nade and Dually tlie chief magistrate inVrcM the chief constable to cull out hc militia The Gordon Highlanders from the Castle barracks then cleared the atrcccts Within the hall the oppo nf the jironioters of tht iractlciilly broke It tin and carried an UKTulracut of tho principal resolution The roMilonce of lev AlexandciWeb ster where Mr CronwHshtSchrdncr Bocr sympatlizoi stoned a proces iou oi sliipyard employes ct Belfast thiry were same disorders in Ulr Vt Dover tho establlElnuent f J Drown a local member of thc Chamber of Commence vas wrecked by a roob Thc police were unable to cope with the disturbance and the local militia and volunteers were called out The iinting was continued until the army vras tailed upon to suppress tho mob The windows of buildings ad joining Brovns were smashed Numer ous arrests were made Special prayers of thanksgiving were offired yesterday in the churches of the United Kingdom The lord bishop of IxjmJon Dr Mandell Crelghton who preached boiore the queen at Windsor alluded to the relief ol JlafeKlng and clergymen generally found in the event their topic for thc day Details of the relief are still wanting the British military authorities Ming without dlspntches Lord Roberta wires that heknows of relief only through i press agency Lord LansdOKne how ever announces that the war office ex pects news today Ciincly Volnonlaa ul Iloonp DOONE May JDhn Sollhorn a fiAm through the malls Tuesday rjornlng received a small box of tempting chocolite creams They were loosely wrapped in one of PerrJnell candy boxes and Mrs Selhorn tbinhlng they were frnm a friend at once ate a piece Tills tasted very well so she took a second and after eating il detected a peculiar flavor In a few minutes she uns taken III Dr Rowe was summoned and snid Mrs Shellhorn had been pois oned and upon examination of the randy found enough deadly matter in it to have killed several women In nuiilcs at the postofflce developed that ihc parcel Had been mailed in a city post box and brought in by the carrier Further inquiry revealed the fact that tV federal authorities have no Juris diction over mall after it lias been rtej so the government can take no hand In thc matter Local authorities however are working on the cose an are said to have clues as to th sendei of the poisoned candy Oflc rs DES MOINES May the an nual meeting of the Iowa State Medica society here the election of officers over which there has been quite a contest resulted as follows President E R Sioux City first vice presi dent J M RIstlne Cedar Rapids sec ond vice president Frank Porterfleld Atlantic secretory J W Cokenower Des Molncs treasurer George R Skin ner Cedar Rapids There was a contest between Daven port Council Blurts and Sioux City for thc next meeting and Davenport won The meeting will last over to morrow and a number of papers will h delivered Ignatlon and saying he had named MarCn Maglnnis of Helena 10 fill the vacancy The dispatches are practi cally the same that to Clark reading I have tais day disregarded and re ppolntment as United States senator made by Lieuteuant Governor Spriggs on the 16th Inst as being tainted with collusion and fraud and have this day appointed lliartin Magtanls to Oil the vacancy caused by your resignation I shall provo by my conduct In the futur he concluded that I was not guilty cf any wrongdoing or any Idea of wrong Miles Flulen Is one of the democrats in the legislature who voted against Clark ia scsifrjay oiher cases they were France in Sentuiiibar IS9S foaled February H1S02 15 This animal was importcil by us from Imported from lie was lumber ISlijs shipui red by M 13 IS05 Bred by M G Saillant of StGrnwJnd la inuneof nmi heifers Condro tlcpariment of Ornc dully isadurk dapple gray ICj U in Sj Imported from Frnnciliy LD Hiim iirr iv Soi ii tiiiir Sipteuibcr SIS hipmcnt Foai April 3 8I5 in of Surtlir Luzignnii is a black hornu hitc snip crs SuMylsstdurkdapplcsraystandslGJlriglitliindroot white yeir old in i S hanf Msb f ccllcm cyefinc iicid niui6 iiiciarg0ft lloi nicely poifeil and extra good feet horses ever imported to ilih 13 cars style mii action are extra ini sully nO has prove otbcr sellini poiniB lurra ro is in fact an ideal Pcrcheron ImrfB coipts and way lower markets Thii re vrr suit ivas timbums u5termlnd to toltc nff Ivc al this uolnt and Uiev mudu their bida accoriilngly Ssllera fougit atrilrm thc reduction and held on to their hogs In many cascs lut buyers held tha win ning hard and In tne ccd sot the horn by M CoumiKtieof Souance ofKurect IOT Louis is a black liwjc with fla in forihcad old tills spring 1C itriiniF hiili He possesses many tine hllfelfiipood hniiiir jioiuts seldom found in n rounga borpe m j aud 1S an M around draft in cvrv resjicct FEE i FEE hogs rag Thc r xrciy It made a very slow and ng market from start to finish noral run ot the pood inbted hogs sold nirjlnst Jsi market it la to sly i s a little wore on account of theIncrease n the of grws uhCfcp it south Qimlitlons CHppe weth Iowa Falls Gronth IOWA FALLS May The post offlce department at Wasliington has Just given Postmaster Whinery of this city official notice that the office here has been raised from a thirdclass to a secondclass office with an increase of salary Thc business done here thc una witn an equal incrcubt iiYi om Ing two years which may naturally be expected the city will be given free delivery Shot lllfi Krothrf by MUtuke NEW LONDON May Clark a well known live stock raiser of Pleasant Grove township Dea Molncs county accidentally shot his brother Andrew Clark inllietlnE pain ful but probably not fatal wounds Both had gone out in the night to watch for somo culprit who had been poisoning their cattle They separated and In the dark came together James PROCLAMATION OF AGUINALDO Urges Filipinos Not to Surrender at In Btlffntlon or CommlMfoa MANILA May proclamation purporting to have been issued by Ag uinaldo and dated May 4 from Pilillo island one of the Philippine group east of Luzon Is circulating In Ma nila It says the commission appoint ed by President McKlnley was appoint ed without the authorization of con gress and that hence it cannot treat officially It urges the Filipinos not to surrender their arms at he Instl gatloi of the commission and on prom ises which congress may not vatify and uiso urges the Filipinos to enthus iastically welcome the commission when it arrives in the towuaaTMl prov inces asking boldly for this form of government they most deslle as thc Americans the Filipinos to strive for liberty and independence snd again warns thc commission against deception permit of frjjjdom Theee home were sclemd and by bone large hifks and kmcf deep in j siiort in back and remnrkably j grimiest points 1 n a horse which a breeder fhould never i ie of Has elegant arched neck i with lini head wi11 set on large jm jtrcivc eyes nml line and action i Erent cae ruetJt for tbe of Knucc have been I If you wain to make jure thijig imtronize stock belori s lr good to choirCnlorado wooird lanjbe rOOa1 fair to TOOI wooleil lilmbs uO lamb lamb CHICAGO GRAIN PEOVjaiOX eaScoS0 3 nf nnelmlf mile west of Jasper Center yellow 2 white Ml uiiii CIIT Mini Iliey ciiiiiiot trnuMiiit Iheir well kiinwii qualities in limawho iniilie a specially oi tlie Ijiisinets The toWW SClUtllWCBt if waliits Corninj aud ex miles No ffodinc SEEDSXo 1 flax 1 north woaicrn Prlnw ttaiothv cio contract itrade 57 0j ibii Lard per loo Ibs fi ft Short ribs HlOca loose i KMfiflM Drs L H HUMBERT SON ENVOYS 00 TO WASHINGTON In Jtciv by Sfiiiitur Allfn itn BRYANS FRIENDS IN NEW YORK mistaking his brother for wanted and shot him the man InmiHG nt Ninety nil COUNCIL BLUFFS May Nancy Losh an aged county patient ai thc Wouan6 Christian association hos pital became violently Insane Satur day and had to be transferred to the insane ward at St Bernards hospital Despite the fact that she is years of age the attendants were unable to control Mrs Losh and for a time she made things lively at thc hospital She libused the nurses anil used a strirfg oaths that would do credit to an olc captain Overseer of the Poor MI1 T led an Information against her be isrc the insanity board and she was committed to St Bernards Socnr Ilcrt Raising WEBSTER CITY la May thousand pounds of sugar beet seed has arrived in this city acti Is now being liptrilmtcd among the farmers of this vciiity About 200 acres of the beets have been contracted for this season The yield is to be purchased by a re fining company at Dea Monies and if the beets are of n good quality toe company will erect a sugar factory here next season The machinery necessary or beet culture is also furnished by the company Will REFUSE TO VOTE Almt tho Democratic Union IHrty In Huvinl Siye HAVANA May organizing committee of the democratic tiofoii party conferred today with the prcsl lents of tho local committees aad a unanimotir decision to rec immond that the members of nho party abstain from voting at the com A manlfeiito vill shortly giving the reasons or thif step Tho party leaders contend that ihe election preparations are being car ried out in juch an unfair way as to make It Impossible for tbe dpponeas if those In power to get n hearing hs renderltg the whole thing a farce On the other hancl it is asserted he real motive underlying this acton the conviction of the Icaderti of he deipocraJc union party that as ho Spaniards will refuse to vote ihe party his noWipe of success Sixtieth Wcdillnp Annvenary BRIGHTON la May and Mrs Henry Morgan of Clay passed the sixtieth milestone of their married life Saturday Their son Albert and wife whom they live invited In about sixty of the older friends and neigh bors to help them celebrate All tlieir children were present except one daughter Mrs Hattic Sargeant and family and one son Isaac and family Mr Morgan Is upwards of SO and Mrs Morgan is but a few years younger They have lived on the same farm In Clay for over fifty years and have a host of friends in that community Prof White ftlordercd PHILADELPHIA May Roy Wilson White 28 years of age an Instructor in the law department of the University of Pennsylvania waa struck down and brutally murdered Ifite laet night near Thirtysecond etreot and Powellton avenue Prof WIJte left tho university at 10 oclock last for thc Powellton avenue station o the Pennsylvania railroad to board a train for Germantown a suburb Shortly before H oclock he Tfis founC In an unfrequented part of Tilrtysecond street His skull had been crushed evidently by an Iron bar TWENTY YEARSTM OJIEOOHY Coavlated tinder tho Uftbttoal Criminal Act Him Long COUNCIL BLUFFS May 1J A Gregory the ofttlme convicted horse thief and desperado was acnteictd by CnroIeiB Matoh Cnuioa Flrr COUNCIL BLUFFS la May The careless dropping of a lighted match in a pile of sawdust in a cellar filled with barrels of kerosene caused a 7OOQ conflagration In the store of Jacob Zoller Co The grocery stock In tbe store suffered to the extent of about while the building which belonged to John Clausen was dam aged nearly worth Both loses are covered by Insurance the Shooilnc lit H3MUI SIOUX CITY May 0 Burt ness was shot in tie head by Ed Sny der at Gayville The men had been quarreling all day At night Snyder drove home but soon returned and drove In front of a saloon and shot through thc window at Burtness with a 44calbre revolver Thc bullet struck Burtness just over the temple AMES la May family of P P Brown are lying very ill at their home in this place as the result of eating poisonous food Just what is the cause of the poisoning is a matter of conjecture and as yet they have been unable to definitely ascertain what resulted from The entire family have been very ill for several days nnd thc final recovery of some of them Is in doubt John Peterson who lives h the family is in thc most serious condition Coatfistinc Delegation If RFguUtn Are Xot ID line NEW YORK May G Pal liser one of the leaders of the Chicago platform democracy which will ho a state convention tomorrow outline the program It is our purpose he said to r affirm the Chicago platform add to planks on antiimperialism and trust call on thc regular democratic stat convention to Instruct its delegates t vote for Mr Bryan and then adjourn until June 6 If the regulars do no instruct for Mr Bryan at thc Academ of Music convention on June 5 we wi meet again and send a contesting dele gatloti to Kansas City There will be 300 delegates from all parrs of the state at our conventlo tomorrow and they will represent tru democracy We do not propose to in the reaffirmation of the Chlcag platform and the renomfnation of Wil Ham J Bryan IT ft T YORK Muy lioer di egates left for Washington Saturday vHEATCkis The committee appointed by the cili a Is composed of Sen Congressman Roumsiiu of Nebraska Representatives RidgHy of Kansas Daly of New Jersey and Sulzer of New York C T Dridc 11 Washington aad Cornelius VauJeihon troduced to the Boer delegates Sir Sul StjlEc Conches Held Up S5TOCKTON Cal May Yoeemite valley g each held up last night b a lone highwayman at Big Neck Flai About S200 was secured from the pnss cnisers Neither the women nor th WellsFargo treasure box were molest ed A utomobUeR for a Fanorul BUFFALO May a result o the cabmans strike a funeral toda was depended upon automobiles In the absence of a hearee the corpse was carried in a selfpropelling undertak eri wagon There were fifteen mobiles In the procession HARRISON WITHDRAWS ot bo for Governor of JllllncU CHICAGO III Colonel John I Martin sergeant at arms of he democratic committee ame here today to consult Secretary Walsh of the national committee re garding plans for the approaching onventlon at Kanstta City I have decided to refer the naming if my special officers ush and doorkeepers to a considerable xtent to the national commltteemen and the state committees he said No one need be apprehensive about he convention hall act being In read ness The work it at least ten days head of now Union Wngoui at KanMR City KANSAS CITY Mo May car strikers have entered into compe tition with the Metropolitan company manning wagons them email line of union But few citizens patronize LONDON May is a lck f Iresh news from South Africa tais I Jadge Smith In the dliitrkt court to lominir but detail of post operations tiventy yearn st hard lalor In Jie pen end to conSrm the view than Die tnd if the sfar is within measurable dis nce Prom Krooostad conKe to wcellent authority to lie effect tkat peace iiajty ls bfiing formed lit Intoria while ftim lUwli dlsrauizgen uit lA the Uio al an aigly suing lor ptitce Itentiary at Fort Madison Within half an hour after learning tJa fate Gregory in charge of Steriff Coaains and Deputy Sheriff Ed Canning was on his way to the penltentlaiy com mence serving bl Bentenct Gregory n atUltlolt I h it POSUl HAVANA May wua the rst time since the discovery of the xstal frauds any relaxation has aken place In the work of Inventiga ion but all concsrnsd felt tnat a rtat was necessary the work having oftan leen carried cm until after midnight nd the Investigators barely taking the Ime needed for maJa Consequently he WIIB practically on touched today although moot Sngpoctorft Rome hours at tha central otOce Amerl4aca Ambniitiod MANILA May Five hundred n halt of waom were armed with rifles ambofiheil eighty scouts ot the Fortieth YoUmteor infantry ID the hills near AQUWian on the northern part of ine Americanii routed the natlvea killing flftyona Th America a cuscsltles were two killed and Umx womded IIEPORT ON JAPANESE IABOB Secretary of Treaiury Sendi Response to tho Besolntlou of Senatet WASHINGTON May re sponsc to the senate resolution of the 15th inEt the secretary of the treasury today ftent to the senate a statement from the commissioner general of lin mlfralon concerning the immigration to the United States of Jananese lo borere Fronj ttis statement It appears that 2120 ol these laborers arrived in 1893 3395 la 1S99 and for ten months enti Anrll SO 19007181 Faille Ownership One of the strongest arguments yet presented In favor of a cEtys owner ship of Its lighting plant is furnlshel by the annual report of the city elec trician ol St Joseph Mo The Josiiptrflant IE eight years old Th city ban owned It four A com parison of the cant daring the two perloda shows a tofa savins of J38 91480 during the last four years o an avenge ot more than J7WU a yoai The trerage Iumn dat ing the flrnt four years wan during the last Jfll73 an aanual saving of per larap oor annum Tbsae flfmres spctk foithem News in To Fool ho OIK of the laughable features the RepitblUan state platform IniH anal is the plank about continuing trusts Thefamenr in It no of lelief In fact the plank there for thi purpose of hoiiinj in line Republican f inner who haVt befn voting Neurly Five TEtoaAand Hnd rincrd With Him HAVANA May H Reeveszer formerly Invited them to deputy auditor of the island made aton and Mr Fischer made a brief n confession at midnight an gave up sponse Mr Sulzer in the course c given to him by C F W Neely his remarks said the arrested financial agent of posts at Wp want to assure you of our Havana to perform certain services sympathy for your llbertylovlnp o the day he left pic In their grand struggle for f General Wood and the postal inspecdom tors refuse to disclose the nature of Senator Allen assured the the confession barely admitting that that they had the sympathy of a confession has been made cent of the American people It Is claimed that 1IOO more will Mr Vanderhoof invited the inv be recovered today i to visit Baltimore at the i Another charge against Neeley Is of their Washington visit Thc liv that he has defrauded the customs out1 tation was accepted conditionally of several thousand dollars worth of Delegate Wessels speaking with i duties by Importing nominally for pos erence to the published report that i tal use large quantities of paper which envoys are in this country under was afterward sold to a printing house auspices of the Boer National in Havana association said The Cubans are now tallsing a good The envoys aie not here under uny deal regarding postal matters thc mainj bodys auspices They come wim err Idea apparently being that the Ameridentials from the Transvaal ami cans having found so many of their Orange Free State countrymen implicated will not pro1 ceed to extremities The Cuoans do not believe that Neeley will be extradlcted or With the confessions of Reeves and HAVANA Mnv 91 Sonor Rich of the STrder sldered that the evidence against Nee1 are not to be included in the trip ti To Be Closed Out in the At Wholesale Prices Fruit from soon be coming in the shape of strawberries blackberries raspberries cherries currants grapes etc and I intend to supplement these with the best resli fruits and vegetables the market affords I will also ieep a complete line of staple and fancy groceries I am hav ing u telephone put in my stove and will run a free delivery wagon In order to do this I need more room and money To accomplish this I will offer yon the entire line of dry goods at wholesale prices and some cuts will be way below wholesale prices of today Is complete General Wood says that the report from Muncie Ind that nearly 12000 000 worth of stamps have been printed there and sent for distribution to Cu ban postofflces can be regarded as a canard There is nothing here to show that any such counterfeit stamps have been sent It is believed now that the whole story Is known and that the amount of the defalcation will fall be tween and J125000 Hazol for Fcdeml JuidgD WASHINGTON May presi dent has determined upon the nomi nation of John R Hazel to be United States judge for the western uletrlct of New York It Is probable thathis name will be sent to the senate today End of tribe In Slrbt ARDMORE I T May Dawes commission and the Choctaw and Cblckasaw commission have igreed that the enrollment of the two rlbes shall be closed on June 1 No Choctaw or Chlckasaw Inilmn born after that date whether intermarried or full blood will be registered on the rlbal rolls or allowed to participate in he allotment of tribal lands All new born however will receive their share if the school funds The property of those who die after hat date will descend to the heirs In accordance with the Arkansas statute ot descent distribution OEWET Will SjIBBEfiDER litixttch 8a I Trilling to Olvo Up Conmutnda LONDON Hay special dls atch from Kroonstad that Gen ital Dewet sant word that he is reparcd to surrender conditionally 1th entire commando LONDON p IB The War offlce hu announced that Roberts has not yet receive ial Information of the relief of Mare Ing The following is the text ot Ixird Aborts dlBpatch KROONSTAD May p ia official Intimation has ret iKien received but Renter states that the relief of Mafelttng bae bacc effected Rnndle reports having occupied i flat Trommel and Clocolitn the enemy falling back on nd Fickeburc Fifty rUta and rounils were surrendered bjr ttw FITM Jtatevs to a battalion working along tie nti nom Boabot to BloeatwWO A the United States to attend Norniai school for a month at tho capifils of their respective provinces will li a source of great inconvenience t many owing to the cost of travel and in many cases to the defective means of transportation He points out also that in numer ous Instances tho experience would be quite beyond the teachers And ho recommends that wherever a teacher can give a good excuse this be ac cepted Objections are also raised that women teachers would find It more difficult than the men to comply with the order especially In view of the embarrassment that he woman teacher would feel In going to a strange town for a month unless sho had friends there Proipeeta In Sooth Amorlcn WASHINGTON May reply to Inquiries regarding thc possibilities of manufactures In Central nd South America the United States consular officers In the principal cities at the instance of the state department have prepared and submitted reports on the subject The consuls unanimously agree that from a number of causes the profitable manufacture of ice in the countries of South and Central America Is anything but encouraging and at present la distinctly unfavorable AD Intent Indutry Chicago May The Philippine Lumber and Development Company of Chicago which wsfl Incorporated un der the lawa of West Virginia on Thursday with an authorised capital of will have Its headquarters In Chicago Is the Intention to ac fur hut will go atSI1C wool pnnts at 173 8100 fur hut at70 ww1 Palot8 at 125 i70e wool tat ntJS150 worsted pantB at 100 1 Good heavy coltonade rrcu 49c wool hat at35 j ar price 8125 our price 70 Straw hate at twothirds reguliar price Overalls from 20c to 70c Remember ihese are good goods warranted to give good that were bought from such firms as Robinson Norton Co who make the famous Tiger goods from Glover of Dubnque from Carson Piere Scott Co of Chicago No job lot of trash Mens best combed Egyntian drawers and shirts 3Sc Balligan drawers and shirts 20c Ladies 25c underwear ISc Winter underwear for men Indies and children way below wholesale Mens ladies aud childrens from 2o a pair up hose 600 Corsets amazoo Corset Co the only perfect fitting corset on thc market 8125 corsets going at 77C 50c corsets going at 38c 35c corsets going at 26c 25c corsets going at 20c Mens fine shirts of mil kinds la dies shirt waists and skirts a big line of suspenders neckties handkerchiefs doilies nap kins toweling table linen bed spreads ribbons lace belts combs and hair ornaments of all kinds kid gloves silk gloves crochet cotton silk and cotton thread and novelties of all rinds clocks sewing machines wringers washing machines lammocks croquet sets stationery of all kinds duck coats saws hammers squares books hinges smoothing irons braces bits and a large variety of other goods Everything goes at wholesale except groceries boots and shoes tin and granite ware and groceries which I will continue to keep in stock and will sell at the lowest possible prices During the sale we will have snaps in groceries such as granulated sugar 18 pounds for seeded rarsins per lb 8 cents rolled oats per 2 pound package 5 cents ated apples 8 cents Diamond C soapylSivirs fosae quJre timber rights to 300000 acrei Lewis lye 8 uents good Japan tea 39 00 Mlndn0 which lies sonth of Lu 1ft Pan I6a ion and fl30000 will be invested In development of the property The timber mahogany and rosewood There is no Information upon the point ot the coMent o the inhab itants The trusts dont ask any odds of American cltUcns in thl United States ao It la probable thc natives will be a secondary coislderstlon In the 16 cents Young Hyson 18 cents goodrice 5 cente c 6 cents U different call GEO MONTALDO First Door North of Post Office COKHtHIl mry ttl Wit WMttg nid   

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