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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - June 14, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                VOLUME XVIII OOBNTO ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THUE8DAY RTNE 14 1900 Wash Arriving Every Day n one buy the new things is they come i special lots at special prices etc thereby giving you the opportunity of securing the very newest 4 wrinkle at the lowest possible pricrs Sixteen British Bluejackets Do Effective Work Hear Pekin OVEE A ECOEE or BDSEBS KILLED Sixteen British urin in ndvniirr of t J Special Values at 40 8c IDC 1150 FISHERS column ill adispjitrh Tien Tsin June 12 says Whii the worhiiifr parties ac companiud ly a patrol of 10 Britiih iiiariuts commanded T Major Jnlia aon were rpiiring thi lino Mon lay ttflernoou ciit milej feyond they encountered imal of Robert who were clcsjrnyinp he iiue Boxers moved avay from tile marines and apparently dssporoed NUMBER 22 SHAW NOT A CANDIDATE of PoltlAn In Vta CoabMC FOUT DODOS IA June nor Shaw issuer his first authoritative statement defining his position in the vice presidential contest It ia in the form of a card to the editor A the Fort Iu Clurk j DES JIOIXES Tone 3baw yesterday appointed Jesse A I Miller of Des Moines to investigate and British Derive Encouragement I report o him the concerning i tie conduct of the clerk of the supreme From Latest Wai Reports courtia alleged retaining of fees for 1 j copies of opinions and other records and Dodge Messenger denying the alleged CHEESIUS SEWS FOA BOEE3 ALSO j oe3mratil to his office Rapidj interview whici placed j him inimical to Dolhvers candidacy Following is tho signed announcememn from Governor private sec retary Governor Shaws attention having been called to what purports to be in interview with himself which appeared in the Cedar Rapids Gazelle and in the St Louis GlobeDemocrat he announces t spnrions production The governor is cnown to have wired Mr DoUiver his learty support and to hnvo from the latter a letter in aekuotrledjg ment He expects to do everything ija his power for Iowas only candidate FINALLY KILLS HIMSELF Slorr I Hoarr Brltlih al nnd Tores yot Been fltnurd From Junr 7 When Tie la Cattle FIT letupontikilltT TCT JIorVEs Jnnc The coroners jury io the case of the Northwestern wreck of last night in the yards of the j company here returned a verdict to the effect riiaf the engineer and conductor A FULL LINE Farm Machinery Jnne wo pieces of of the spccial train wero responsible i maying to lip British in thi i thoajh it was added there were taitii the country leaving rails moved 1 derail his wife of two in British again and that HU V eln With RAXOX Siocx Crrr Jane Hein a wealthy landowner who news imcour official dispatches are ttiat the broken gating circumstances communications of Lurd Baberti are in a fair iray to be mendal by the forces movinjrnortrmard and rauhward and ELCFPS Jnne Re driviusoff the roving commandoes and invention of the Ninth con that SuRrf vrs Build ia at las master district yesterday nominated of LainBa set Telegraphic cocununi Judge Walter L Smith cation with Lrd M expected to 2 clt to Hon Smith Me te rcstoird today 13 a dispatch from Oak appointed to the Bloemfanieia says but the railwav is becb of the Soaaem district and the sleepers buniius when two miles in ad months last The marines Wednesday and then tried to tell hkn this state the work of repairing cha Una is going TELPfiRAMS V Tni n on rapidly with the ataidant material i TERSELY TOLD warehoused t I A seriozs snke has takea place at From the subjoined telegram it would j the Bells Island mines a few miles from PROFESSIONAL CAfiDS tr K WIIMVilTli Attorney at Law OBrcivc rinlli II PV A TCLflXE Southeastern Nebraska Is Hit by a Twister GETS A VISITATION JoliL3 F where 2000 men are Coaoral the Santa Fe Island aad Union rinoi3 imd captured I WES a writer of t food and ammunj Reserved soats ia a circus west yesterday waj crau ftnd 1000 lyddite Attorney at Law in Am COKNINd Stanley Stanley H M i Phjsiciiui and Surgeon HliCiIri iUJmr III COUNIMl IOWA Will ituutl all eft or nirht ft ollj atrj n lloi I Intnlly lltlrt VMI oml visited this locality nf in A hirpe number 1 dimolished and tivatn ami undine houso vivik 1 Engineer Oscar Cox y n wall iuil proli I filially injured Two of his ribs iii r shonhkr bind are brolctu and h I ihind internal injuries A fiinni1 cloiid passed a fci miles cf tnvu and probably di i ninth damaKi in the country thongl no news has rvuli 1 town Oats an i vhnit aru the Rronue liio latte If K IOTTKR Pliysician and Surgeon I IIKSIIT M Physician and Surgeon IV S Physician and Surgeon Eiit CUEnr Xvi junc tor lid innih ilnniagin the tominj runntry st of here yesterday 1 s finin d ri the Trudy fanr I nirl in cloud niisset tiis viliiy ly Liu Mruils Tin great i laiNip iin at tho W 7 Klystono i whre ihilioisc viaswrecked and j iBivns iitni blown awny 1 The faiiiily in the cellar and llniihi was also dorjc on tht fnrins of K II IJoonc E C Thompson J W Pilcr but ho extent i nu wn SOURtit the valuable fruit or fIiurs have been tfrn to pieces There i nu ul lifu J lrm lrriln rf M MU Jnnr small HeaLricc from thu MutJiwifst to ih ycster barns wer birwn duwu nnd tingreater pntioii f the tin roof of j the starch fmtiny w tnri off Mauj small buildings rnd outhouses were trees were twisted and torn to piece The track of tho twister j 1iwii iiu niuu ui ino twistei iVii 0 iiot to two blocks wido Ill vr killed WlfirnwsiM Veter Surgeon NEWCOU3 t COS YURD COtHINB IOWA tupt Mlcniiou lo cAlli Chf NOTICE WISCONSIN Chlcngo Platform I JliLvMrKrn JUUL scnti j ment pcrvadid the Uemocratic state I convention held yesterday to elect four ihsfj IifWtesatlargc to the national con I vciitiui nt Kansas City The following I are deltgatcsatlarge David S j Kwr lLrgc B Kiltou D L Plum I and G Bohnirits uirtly After a session of the committee t I resointioiu which lasted two and cpjn platform indorsing tl Chicago patfiinn eulogizing Williai J Brvai ccimaiiciiig the Republics party ppcsing trusts demanding a r poured a heavy continuous flro into tho crowd driving them across the front of tho reinforcing bluejackets who pun ished the Bosors severely with Thc Boiers fled and tho Europeans following np their success cleared oct two villages Tho total loss of tho Boxers is estimated at 40 killed and wounded Seven of their wounded wero attended by Briliijh surgeons Tho British loss ivas nothing Unless their loss causes the Bozers to lose heart tiic International column will have niuuh trouble before It reaches Pekin Tho railway is HCI inueh dam aged that the column covered ouly A miles Sunday and Monday and there is reason to fear that tho road beyond is more badly damaged Evidences of General Xiehs opera tions were found in headless bodicj The whole country preseutu a desolate aspeot wliolu villages being deserted The repartition nnmbcra British German 250 Euseian 00 IIS Americans 101 Japaneiic 53 Ital ian 40 aud Austnac 25 Japanese CliADCcllor 5I Also packed with men going to wheat belt to assist in tbo harvest Two sn15 S of these lines ware so crowded with sat Chicago collapsed Trjsdsy carrying to the was token by tile groaad huudeds of men women and s and th rest was burnei I cnildreu Fourteen peopla were ini Jioarlj 2000 harvesters have paised Gcccral Dcvc also fighting en a Helvetia an Arizona mining through Topska for the this Jane 3 whethir a Rcodival or cIsa Tuesday snd week SMALL RIOT CITY Two Kirif IVounclcl In tlvc Attempt to Slop Slrrrt Tight wa kilUd by Mexicans i is not eoir but the Boer war Ho was and riddled with hnl Bci gives it that hs captured 3000 j kts but in iulliag mortally woanded its of clothing blankets gloves boot j 0 Carriages and Buggies In Southwestern Iowa The goods are right as well as the prices Call and examine our stock and you will be sure to buy Yours for Business etc Kcnibb to carry thcra trith liirn in his rjid sweep through rfic following dispatch from e Times in an extra edition pub tottlci and wucu tho detective tried t j interfere Jackson strnck at Henmsy Eenney promptly shot Jackson in th leg aud five of the negroes bolted fo Jacksons basement barber shop Th lishes Pekin dried Jnno Tlio chancellor of tho Japanese legation Sugyama Altiro while proceeding alono and un proteeted on official duty was brutally murdered by soldiers of 1nng Full Siaug tho favoritt bodyjrnard of tha empress at Hauigato railroad station yesterday Tho foreign reinforcements Tl detectives followed and were irt b Jackson with a rifle nnd Bcnnct with a revolver A lively exchange o shots followed Eennay baroly dixlgra a shot from Jnokaons ride that lodgec in the breast of Ora Childs a are daily expected The prsont isolated position of Pakin thodestrcction of lcr A sot from one cf tiic of jffn property in the country and the inf flcors ff11118 srrnck BonnotC in it ccurity of life are directly attributed hl dKul to treachery of tbo Chinese govern mcnt The correspondviits ut Tien Tsiu Shanghai and olher treaty ports throw sido lights on the situatinn Accord dilution in tbo inicrnnlrevenue tax iin to the Bocri Th pltfjrri was adopted without a di scntiui vote FARM LOANS AT 5 PER CENT Safety deposit boICA for renl OUR NATIVE HERBS The Cireat Blood Purifier and Liver Regulator 200 Days Treatment for ALOXZO 0 BLISS CO Props WASHINGTON n C CHIIUES MALForD Hnyes Iowa Agent for Adams County Sent pottage paid to any part uf Adams county on price For by A F Shin Darning M Tucker Brooke llrjjin on n Trip livcoi June J Brya with Mrs lliyan and children left las evnins for Chicago At that place Mr Erni will joined by Senator Jonc nnd M C Wetmore St Louis and the thrci will go to Wisconsin on fish lrp Clmrks A Towno is expected join tlinn in Wisconsin but Mr dirUims nuy Imowlodgo of a tho vice presidency Mr Bryan expects to remain at tho fishing rcsurt until after the Republican na convention PMsenjfcrs leave Coroin Mager ntinjt 4Kilil lml tttfK jiui n Nft v H Wtwecn Cfmton ten CrMton ind Mm In Control onJiins O Jnnc Me lnau nRi controlled preliminary meutiiiRS yesterday bat thoy nro evi dently playing for harmony moro than for places siud may not cjirry ont the sainu propam in tho Djniocratic stato convintioii todny Tho opposition to McLvuu H from silver utrciaists Tha appear to bo dis satisfied with the propositiou to indorse Adininil IXtwryfor the vice prcsidcutial nomination All Uuri Itunniiii ftt St IoaU ST Louis Juno There wore no important developments in the otrfiet car strike ml nation yesterday Tho TraTisKCQWpany chums to the piiictically under control by reason of tbo protection afforded by the police dcfiartiucut and thu sheriffs It was stated by the comjjanys cffldals that CLTH wero ifun ing to one dispatch 5000 Hussions aro reiidy to land at Taku A telegram rom Yokohiina says that tho Japanese government km ordered four jaorij war ships to proceed to Takn and 4000 men if all arms aru ordered to b in immedi ito readiness for embarkation The lispatch says the Japanese government trusts the powers will not misconstrue his action The Japnnso press is nrjrinf vigorous methods The Houjf Kong correspondent of the Times says The admiralty havo en raged a transport to take 900 troops to TangKn The only bit of informa ion which tho British war office has mado public was tht admission yester ay that the summer residence of tho 3ritish minister in Pekin Sir Claude MncDonalil has been burned Considerable contracts for tho Chinese iave been placed with the Birmingham rms factories though whether for the Chinese government or for the Boxers is not disclosed AUnck Catholic Convcnl TIEX Tsix Juno hundred and sixtythree British landed last evening An additional 20 British have been sent to Fong Chan Teiiterdsy a special train left Tien Tsra for Yang Tscn to bring General Nich to cocsnlt with tho viceroy Telegraphic commu ib Child woman Half a dozen arrests were made Jackson was taken to pital and may die THREE PERISHN FLAMES har to hare neu and 50 guns ngiifvd ia the Boers the astern par f Ojuje River Colony The vi ofrio casualty rjtnrna up t une 0 ag 23Bd4 beside 702 of Oilera Ifculljr Huincl In a Ilre at NEW YOKE Jane men were killed eight so badly burned 01 maimed thnt they aro in tho hospital and three others are missing as the re sult of a liro in tho cooperage establish ment of Paul at Williaras burg last night The building was four stories high and there were over 100 employes in theplace at the time Many of these leaped from the windows and mado their escape It is said that at least two score of people dropped be fore the firemen arrived When they cama many wera hanging from the up per windows August Benedict acooper was hang ing ont of one of tile windows with his clothing in flames He hung to the ledge until a ladder was run up He was so badly burned that he died John M Lockwood had his chest crushed by a falling timber aud dicrl in i tho hospital several gnus in position The brunt of An unknown mail was taken from the I the fishtiug Ml upon the Second Dor hi pu 1009 British out of action and Ciry June city j country ace rding to lie Transvaal detectives Matt Keanev and Henry war unco ibiansd tho whole mass Sparks undertook to stop 1 street fight Centra t has alsa reponed that botwoou n crowd nf negro ia wouion in Kws Third street yesterto and as n rejnlt of an exchansa of sho Bufns Bennett a north end touch an OnvChiidi the latter a woman wer killed ind Charles Jaclaon prOTirier of 1 barter shop seriously wounded j wo score mcr and women had mii it up in the street with knives and b Juno Er sciiaer asserti that of a band of 33 Jap ancse who were recently deported on the steamer Thrra nt least i Wind Mil and Pump Work a Specialty T e Reid Dl2oa and finger Flffht a Dratr prrcrty valued at j acd M OK already back in June 13GeorSe Dixon and As Lord Mathues is officially dcscriocd j state Onc of tn0111 cas den gcnuy Tacger the as Sghtiuf 02 Jane 7 it is possible that he wai encash General Hcwet Accrrrini tr a iliipatch to the Daily Espres rroai Mac hadodorp those PresiilLii Ernuvr say thai Louis E5ths and DihrtyhaTiCKQ offered indirectly a t lav doivn their irray Proridect Kroger ejects the caaio ofFcr to made to hinuelf tha nako thfsc offers to cliuvthis war on tho principletha it vonld tsost less than to fight it nut A from Lourejizo Marquez cays that 1600 Eocrs are teported to be anciig ou from various centers and that lifter Trending oat the fainthearted oOCO are still left il Bailor vas niuiie an Mon day to follow np this Eoeis froni lack tf y rs vell as The dL utchts decrioa hiia as Waiting a spir ited advance ever a rugged field under prolonged ritlo lire Tho Boers had two fans which tlicy pec awiiy Few dead ir wounded Eocrs wire found It seems rolabie that tho portion of the withdravra bofors the ad n Lord Methnen General lucdlc and sneral Brabant Portland or Ast couched the vessel TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS prised even his most ardent admirers by i his excellent showing as up to six I months ago he was a comparative novice in the ring He was rather nerroos during the first ronnd and Dixon had n lay A New Kiln Just Burned maintained confidence and i PresideM Heory Wade Bogen OI the second round made an even break KoithwesKrn university has tcodered Yanser hid the best of the third hiircsignntion to take effect on July 15 round and landed some telling blows so We have just coillli Augnsta Lehmami once n i body last three rounds f i of 5itcrnatioail reputation died i were even first one gaining advantage j Uurnlllt3 OI at Santa Cruz Cal Tueiday aged SO and then the other ars President Yonknia of the SG Loais I ltil o ni brick and if jon building a Iioiisi Supreme Lodeo of United Work i rv A api Sioui FALLS S D Jnne or foundation wr wish you A J Davidson general snperin annual meeting of tha eoprema f onr lodge A O U W was called Cal1 at Onr k walk to leers and mea sent homo as iii aliJU but no including the sick in Scnth African hospitals NEK ocn Beporrcil In ForCf Ponliun Cnrrloil by I5JOHC1 Charjr LOXDOS June war oflice sts tho following dispatch from Gen al Bnllcr IN NATAL June 12 forced Almonds nek today It is n hst defile to Charleston Flats The iciny were in considerable force with Beloit Wis mimnfactory Tiwadny to The roU i Cuina i showed that all the giani lodges in Island legislature TuesI tne States and Canada are rep The Rhode day by separate ballot I resented George Pciibcdv tho present j Republican ineluiubear 13 senator Lunatic Alnrder t LVDIANAPOUS Jane Ben j nvention atphSSet i nett cscaped toj phia from the territory of Bewail ari take the llfe Alford crim1 and see the rived at SL Francisco Tuesday on the i i Chiua Indian Territory will send contesting delegations to the Democratic national Brick and Tile Yards lnsS of ffCi RALPH NEWCOMB Dcilcr In Ml Kinds or Building Material Lumber posts poles hard wall plaster lead oils jinints and glass COKNIfltG IOWA CHICAGO WESTERN convention The territorial convention split into iiK1 faciions becaose o the bitter fight between A J Woiveirton and Thomas Slacrnm both candidates I for national coniajitreeman appeared just in titao to catch the fall i Pncesi e have ths inilcliin of the revolver thumb ery etc for doing best TttDnthxrlfenit WOTk anJ Ca tle beSt Uxiox Neb Juae runaway jnst as cheap as an inferior I accident occurred here yesterday by Ernest Emmerich chief clerk in the wnich the 3monthsol4 baby of D C larne was instantly killed Mrs Lame quartermasters department at San brancisco liajj been aiTested cnai with conspiring with J W Barthi aiew also under arrest to defiaud the govesament by approving bills for rap ij hat never furnished was seriously injured and Mrs Walker j Jones so badly injured that she will probably die turned building and tho body was BO ladly charred that identification was mi possible FEAR THE STEAMEJrTlS LOST ooslder Effort o Tlironffh to Nonie a Foolhardy One SEATTLE Juno According to let nicatiou Mith Pekin is still interrupted ters juat received from Bering Bea the The Russian warships Pofcopralovski and Smiloff are at Taku tar and the Bnssiaii torpedo boats 103 and 107 are iu the rwcr Takn Want ol transport prevents 4ho Enssians from lauding troops The Russians are rery active here todiy It is rumored that General Fang Ffth Sing vrith manf thousand troops isat Peng Ti Tho latest news from Poo lung hat tho Boiers 6000 strong are at jxeking tha Catholic conviint thare The situation is critical and the officials ire evidently inactive Tie United States warships Nashville aisd Mocac acy are reported at Taku Consail Aalts for Crntcor WismxaTox Juno ifollow ng dispntch was rocaived at the state opartaicnt from Consul Martin Cinx KIAKO Jnne of tote Largo number natives organised lecret socioij baited here People ery apprelieiisiva No protoction Want cruiser ning oa oviy line in tho city abovo tho regular schedule in isome and ia all meeting tho demands of traffic tea Sloifs Junj Gov erncr Drula of Centervillo who vras hert atteudijg tho cosnmcnoenseirt of this Drake university yester J day imnonnosd that lie had mado tlxo nnivenity jaint heir with his five children in his will property is MGOVERN WHIPS WHITE ImmplDQ KnocKi Hat the Cblcaj EOT In the Third Round NEW YOKE Jane Terrj McGov rn fully lived nptonSs claim oE f eiith sr eight champion at the Seajado Ath tic clnb lastnignt by knockinf out ornmy Whitti tho cieiier Ooioago boy tho third round Tha little tihampiou ever showed bettor fcna and ruahed opponent Out aound ol the gong in opeainjf ronnd tmtU the referee hud counted tho fitsli ten seconds Ho took file otift jabs which White handed otic to him with a smilo and forced Tommy about tao ring with terrible drives to body sind heai the first ronnd Whites face tcok m a frightened look and he clinched reaait eflly to sava hiroaelf from pniiishmeiit tut Tfirry tore aAy from his grasp as Upha retnrnnd from its second voyage to Dntch harbor May 9 but tho reports of it having gotten through the ice are not believed for tho reason that the schooner Annie returned to Dnalaaka en May 18 nine dajs alter tho Alpha sailed Tvith the news that ice met 800 miles north Serious fears of thuAlphaa safety are eipreesed at Unalaaka apd Dutch har bor Tho intrepid captain announced tliat ho would be the first at Nome if he had to haul his vesssl on the ice Con sequently thosa who are still waiting for the ice to go think that it is likely that the vessel ia in tie ice pact which would surely occur it is asserted if the captain tried to push through one of tile lanes of clear water which are al ways fonnd in the Bering sea floes These while at timeii open as far as tho eyo can penetrate arc continually clos ing together and any vessel nnluckj enongh to get canght ia crushed like an eggshell tibongh White ivore e baby looked for n quick ending but thare were Isw present who erpeirted the tcmuDaiion to come so noon The ttuid round was a succession of knookdoniu for Woite No tocrer would rejpiiJi FIGHTING NCOLOMBIA TUB Fcicg Each Other Wllll ReiDltj Wismsaiox Jute herc is much conflict as to the status of he revolution in Colombia all advices agree that armies ol 25000 or JOOOO mon liavo been facing each ofchra with sanguinary results The Oolomhian chaxgo here Dr slud yesterday that th offloial mtotioo iiou coming from the OolOBilhiaii capital showed that the rcvolutfaaittt hud been fcned back to the Veugzualaa frontiw an i that coutniry advicot received by tha navy departmcat hero referred to loail conditions around Panama UUCOD niwtod with the main theater of war rays the gorernmest QJU an army of 70000 men at railotu jpotati fed tbas the main body of about 15000 iuen hiti borne the brant of recent engage who carried the position at the point cf the biiyoiiet aud tha Third cav alry brigade who vrerc heavily at tacked oa our right from very broken country round Iketiid mountain I hope our casualties are IMS than 100 which considering tha citKimo length of the position is much les than I ex Relief Colnmn Saffoym Lou ACCRA Gold Coast Jnne have teen received hens of another seri ous re verse totherelitif column under Colonel Carter and Major Wilkinson a days march north of the Plan Thero were fceavy casualties The latest m niors report a fnrtier disaster to a de tachment on the north bank of tha Prah which is now flooded and where th3 Aihantis were found strongly in trunchiid Colonel Willcoclta advance lias been delayed by rains which havo destroyed the bridges on the Prahm road The continued absence of news from Eumassie tends to wnflrm tha pessimiistdc views as to tho safety of the governor and his staff The coast towns arc apprehensive of their own safety Iowa ProhlbiclonlaU Xn Vision Dss MoLVEi Jnne Prohibi tion state convention in scision yester day selected candidates for congress in thajll Iowa districts and adjourned until toiay when a stat ticket will ba nominated IOWA VETERANS IN CAMP Bmieball Omnhfl 7 Pueblo a St t Sioqi City 8 DCS iloiacs 4 Denver 7 St Loms Cmcinnati 4 Brtxiklyn 5 Ncir 5Tqrt i Chicago 0 Bostua 3 Pittsliurtr J iiClTeUind R Milwaukee 5 IndincajiotU a Chlcngo Uiaccapolis 0 Buffalo 4 Gamaa Today Wsstorn at OnlAlu Denrw at DciMoims Xational Brooklyn St Lcui3 ut Philadelphia Ctuetigl at ieV Tork Pittafaur IJcfiton WHEAT STILLADVANCING 3Cala la the XortHtweit EfloeU ol I Ita From TOJI Price CHICAGO waa h broad and active market today Ult point ol recent adradce 9ic imdor the Tne Reign of King Cotton i Europe is anxiously ieacblng out for j whatever remains of last years cotton crop in the United States The expor tatlon of cocon In April the details of which have Just been tiomplettd by the I treasury bureau of statistics amounted I to 2C4tH433S pounds against 134397 328 ixiunds In April of last and the value to SG4CS107S ngalnst S433 007 in April last year while tlc aver age price per pound In April 1000 was Gillet Bros CORNING 04llUA f1 Inflaoncte of thu northwest dronght Int most of it later on rain in the terri tory JulrdtKcd lie over yesterday Cora higher and outs closed r Provisicms wcra weak closliig 15o to lower Closing prices S4J4C Aug ajic CaAh quotations No a red wheAt Ko 2 spring wncat No 3 etth corn a IJre Stock CRICJGO Juao CattloEecdpto 8K steady natives good to priniotteen 2SiS poortomedlnm metits iBiportnit Gapl are WASHDJOTOS Jnjm Mae fl000000 and tho auivarsity j ils feaTtinn bl wonld will recMivo JfiCOOW Governor Drako in rlotu bfiwfwtiaas to promoca tie iiisti and alter gdiag down twice lot the ssivcntli time he was ao gona that t vvu unpouibla for Jim to gut uf Ia Jnne an neal encarnpiacnt of the Grand Army of the Kopablic Iow department opcaBOilmrHyoitaraaywitha tege at teadanoii The eauion oi the conven tion mi whoUy pralifltlnwrr to tha work a4 Ikn A WM bttld from II toi 4 oclock by Vammvuln Ufcert E Blicw atWtitetawn H T Oaiuujuidar of DM VoiaM ttafl by the Wtmali BeUrf corgt the Onuul JLnny of tho Rupnblk the Soni rf all kijilrcd aTganlzatiDas Tlie pra parade aiU take place tbii Hibernlaiu CBEincu Ia Jams the aei oon yfest3day of the Anocnl Order of Hibernians state 3 B Sul livan Crwiton was elaciwl praddent feeders HSXWOO cows heiftqrs stopiew TIIMS fed steers today 25OCO tomorrow 83000 milted over lower tcp mixed roach heavy light bulk or important latter very mpwtaot latdot of ia til wu M ingplioe TM dehplM wan enter taiuod In Hao ntaing an ante UM opou koqim alow to weak gtxo to choice viiiheni I47K r vmtm toatw turn rotltt IwaTtoi afaolo lownr kasTT ttettt 03 cents and In April 1S03 cents on increase of about 50 per cent The United Kingdom increased her Impor tation of American cotton from 52000 000 poands In April to 80000000 pounds in April 1900 France from 9000000 pounds In April 1890 to 13 000000 pounds In April 1900 many from 15500000 pounds in April 1899 to nearly 88000000 pounds 1C April 1900 and other European coon tries from 10090000 pounds In April 18S9 to 04000000 poands In April 1900 Japan whicli had busy in tic earlier part of the year obtaining her snpply did not take as much In April 1900 as In April 1899 ttc figures be ing In April 1899 pounds and In April 1900 5925573 pounds During the ten months ending with April however Japan took 155583547 pounds against 11778701 pounds In the corresponding months of the pre ceding fiscal year while England had during the ten months taken bnt 1082230118 pounds against 1707242 4B2 poonds In tie corresponding months of last year the total for the other Euro pea In 1900 being alxrat equal of the correspond ing months of 1809 Meantime the American manufactur ers are taking timeby the fore lock and laying In cnire of the stock la slgnl even at the advanced prices wnlcb are aowrerjr ranch In cx eew of those a year ago The latest received by thetbtneaa show the price cf cotton In New York to be 931 centa on 25 and oa April 20 913 the figures tor one year Cg cents for May 20 1898 6 cents for April 15 itn Inooua of CO per ceut daring tins 12 ABIgkiofTerrer anxictj wi feit for wid n of the bruvc ieaom BurnUnm Inrbiai Me VDCD the doetoin ufd bo would die from pneumonia btfort fawniliig wrltMMn S H IJneota Montuu in the MMdcraioittof wjo that fearful ttone United gtaten Morton j uc obe lcgfwl for Dr Kingil New tat oaf of them caaiTOUi Tta otbcc Dlipeowrjr wlilclti had more tun once two we jenlJcjoea In waiting kci lifts ewcd her of eon I inmpthn After all of tart In nrad FLOWERS Miss Lizzie Vimir iias M S a Floral Depariincn i to g Dr Salts Drug Store Cut Flowers Potted Plants i Flower Seeds and Bults 5 for spring planting for sale g The ftock carefully siIcclcd K from Jreetoa green houwe Also Gold Fifh and nquar ium fiapplice At Salts Drug Store TIME CARD AT OELWEIN for Arrive mm CHICAGO AND THE EAST a ui Iimittd dsily 155 n m linrejs enrpl Sanday p ru a in Ezpress daily fcy M m ST 1AlI AND TF1E SOETH Ira United daily 140 pm euwpt Sundty l55pm a m IVin City Specis daily KANSAS CTV AND THE a DI Limited diily p m Sundny p n Eipress daily m SECRET SOCIETIES K M CAIN 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