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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - June 28, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                free VOLUME XVIII ADAMS COUNTY THUKSDAY JUNE 28 1900 NUMBEB 24 To WE HAVE DECIDED Elose Out Oar Stock of Ladies and Childrens Oxfords To Iliose conversant with the values usually offered in our shoe department this offer will be especially interesting Lot Lot anil SISu Oxfonli new atvlcs neiv IlllV llSt Tiilio solid while tbey last fMiililrensOxfordnnll nirrr Worth and SI while they Lint per pair i A FISHERS M fROFESSiONAL CARDS Attorney at Law COltNINO IOWA Ruhlin Wins After Fifteen Rounds of Hard Fighting 1 i BilLOE IS OLEAKLI OUTCLASSED Attorney at Law in all loiirln SJKI inl UnullrliiolltKluUIMlIII f JUKI Tin ivliliniutrra lliiiip fuiut 1 J Brjuiit lilk IOWA VMI VI STIMKV IMllH TlStV Stanley Stanley Allortlfjrl IJ1W lirnrril Imriri ill All mirlx Olliri in Mllill IiMlMNi IOWA 1 II UKYAKT M U c Physician and Surgeon OIlcelD IliTiuci liloct COUMNO IOWA VYillallcnil Jo ot nlghl tor cilj or ciiiinrj Bt lixroli M K IOTTMl Physician and Surgeon OffiM IOIUTH li store Residence one lloik of Shsfers marble works Mn Physician and Surgeon lKlir in Henry V Irug htre UolBudbuild iiij litHMliiie llrtlilidunr ClKMNO IOWA S JOHNSTdN Physician and Surgeon allfiiO M i ill allinlion KM llicrye Ulicc n Hip Mam opp 11 NalMMni iluik I II I rr Physician and Surgeon Uill uuuil nil culli lxr i He nl I Hill 10 nil ki iilsof 1 F KKADKKAH Veterinary Surgeon NEWCOMS d CO 3 CORHIHO IOWA altcllllou to all dalli NOTICE All iartif Desiring Insurance in strictly cheap lurm laans will Jinii it tliftr intorLMs In Rive me H rill I II Meytrlioff over Anilrpwn Clntlirng Hotinc ITif FRANK E JONES Okey Vernon BANKERS INDIVIDUAL RESPOMSrBtLlTY Nnntinp ImjiiieBs Interest aii fn Bauif rulew and terms hault LOANS AT 3 PER CENT Snfrty depoiit boxrH for rent NATIVE HERBS The Great Blood Purlfltr and Liver Regulator 200 Days Treatment for 0 BLISS CO Prtip ON 0 Ciuints WAIKORD Iiyes fovvi Agent for Atlanta Ciuiniy Sent pubttige paid tu iny pirt of Adntuft county on receipt price sttlo by A F Sliinn vrning J Jl Tucker Brookps K 4 iHj V52 Au Jllr IK r M dully f M fo JI Irelrhl Uilj exerpSSimda Iftjl r X GOING tftrr o 1 tlaiir 5 paxwnge A M il pawenfai 4 u Fantnsar ii S paiMtife KM a K V SI frejfbi M VlrtllU SoJJ 1 K HA Ill earrtM loaMnjara Wtwtrn CMk IS Craatco and to IBM and 3000 tieketi Ti H4 Wrl Ik i ia llotrtl MU With Rulldoff Tenacity bat Sao eunOia tn the Superior Atrencth knd iia of the Altron Coocla alou Cninr fta n Snrprlafl to the Crowd NEW Yulis June the first lino in his pugilistic career Tom Soar kny went down to decisive defeat last night in the historic Seaside Athletic club and big Gus Ruhlin the Ohio pu pilist wae his conqueror It was a knock ont after 15 rounds of fight ing that mado a memorable ring battle Save in the matter of aggressiveness Kahlin led from the startoff In every feataru of game and t all times hud tho battle well in hand Sharkey did not givu up hla placo iu tho line of first olaas heavyweights without a des perate strngglo So soldier aver gave moro desperate battle no man sinking to uncousciousneMrf ever dung moro de terminedly to bis vitality Even at the eiid when blinded bv tho blows of his powerful opponent and dulled men tally by tho battering of his foe he clung iusunrtivoly to tho massive frame of the mau who wni his The decisive battle and unexpected resnlt wore truly a surprise for tbe sportinfl pnbllo Shsjkey had met and at least jtood off all of tho leading heavy weights ia the ring He was known to bo a giant In strength courageous to a point beyond discretion Bind aggressive Buhliu on the other hand had never made a particularly food showing against any man of reputation and was regarded as a socondrater of ft pro nonnccd typi thye was apathy at to tho fight nntl while there was jipirited betting Rnhlin uovcr showed better than 10 to 7 and it waa even money that ho would not last 10 rounds Rnhlin showed to great advantage when the men stood np together Ha And height nud wcaeht find reach and looked big and muscular Shtirkey was not lacking in the matter of condition either and that cannot be urged in ex planation or cxtenvULtiou As the men sparred to an opening it conld bo seen that Enhlin showed im proved footwork and greater cleverness in avoiding punishment Ability in that respect coupled with his natural advantages gave him a superiority which never waived Ho also showed fierce punishing power and It was only Sharkeys superb vitality that kept him from defeat earlier in the battle He nued his right and left with equal facil itj and made them both count He rather lacked in aggressiveness and if ho had in corld have finished the battle mnch earlier than ho did He allowed Sharkey to make tbe pace and although lio met him determinedly enough when ho came in ho did not prow all of his advantaged Sharkey with that marvelous ag gressiveness which hug mudo end marked his pugilistic career nyulo the paoo from the squareoff ha was hcJpless Ho had mot his master how ever and defeat although slow was inevitable Each round brought him to it Eahlin kept away from bin wild swings and desperate leads and kept hammering hhi left and right into face and body Ho cnt the sailors face until it waa bathed in blood and marked bis chest aaid sides where he planted his powerful pnnchcs Thoy clashed in clinches and wero broken time and again Sharkey showed an inclination to roagh it and wrestle in the clinches and tho unsympatheClo crowd hissed and hooted at him The finish was dramatic Shaibsy had struggled through tbe 14th rotmd with desperate effort and was but little re vived when ho carao np for the JSth Ho made a wild try for bis left and wlieu ho missed Rnhlin caught him on tbe jaw with his leJt Enhlin sprang in and beat the Iilshnmn dowti to the floor with a volley of panoheg Tho res fighter struggled to his ieet and when Knhlin canio in clutched him orcnnd the waist Bohlln shook him off and dropped him again A thousand men frenzied ic their excitement anjr ronded the ring jttid there was a din of hoarse yells Shftkcy scrambled np Lin and then utaggered ftgalnt UMt ropes Ruhliu Deemed unable to finish Uin luid that would hatro been a charity Slwrkej want down for the third time bat with dOKlied detsiminatlon stsflgerod to his feet Ha was blind imd euid a punch pat him down The referee stepped in and ended the contest Shir ker was helpless BiUy Madden iatQ ring his toil then aided in carrying hita from thfr ring EC wes snmwkfxl while Shirkey bore a score of ImjiiM tmrtr EUltd oy IVUn Mo JUEIS L Bnih a turner and atouinnon living milts wtt of Pamsll witK struck b7 cxracger dalu at Flavsnwood and Ital Iwt utoinnH Admiral Sejrsnour Sends Urgent Reinforcements nt gluni City Sioux Cnr rim tttt of wtuon K LMATIOH8 WITH HIM ARE SAPB Solotoon the rrtseat ot He kneiv enouili to cnt iis cgpy iotc short rarasraiihs In ttat ray he sne ceeded In tting hs wrttiags Boston Transcript bjCU Kovr Seema talo ID Trovlneea ChKnc Ordered to Pekluf CHE Foo Jane com manding the Pelring rehet firrces ii be eiegcd Heliograph mnuBonication with him lias teen estabhfhed He sends on urgent for relieving force his colnian is very hard pressed He says the legation and all others with him are nafe LOVDOH Jane freiA phMe of tho ebnUitloEi in Ciiiaa ia tho probabil ity of immediate outbreaks in the great southern provincial ceaters ITie pop lace there Is dUtily Ewtroming a more tila attitude toTfiird foreignraa and tha latter perceive symptoms oi ageneral rising especially at Nankin when ono of the most tmctilent enemies of for elgners arrived armetl with full power from the empress to deal witli the southern provinces The friendly attitude ofViceroj Liu Knn Tih to ward foreigners brought him into disgrace with PifcioB Tnan president of the TrangllTauien The nnroet at Canton IB described by a dispatch from there dated Monday It is feared that wo ore on the eve of a scene of bloodshed and anfurhy in the two Quugs only paralleled by tbe Toi Ping rebellion The signs of a murder ona uprising ara an manifest wealthy Chinese ftiro hurrTing from Canton und vidnlty taking tlieir wires families and valuables LI Hung Chang again been peremptorily ordered to Peking Hla enemies declare that they will munJer him before he can reach there His presence alone restralna the revolutionary ek3neiate hero HJK de parture will let loose the Black Flags and Girdles Knowing this Lis trusted officers are sending their fam ilies to Hoog Kong Tho viceroy him eelf trusts thu Amcrlcsns to this crlsii Ho rays that they etlaoe wnl no tarri tory and he places himself largely al most reservedly In thdr bonds All tho missionaries tuive been notified of the imminent puil through confidential runners They ore Canton her riedly and only A fs ftre now hero Commander Mcieaa of the United States cruiser Doa Juan de Austria is the first iboro to protect foreign Inter ests Shanghai cablK that thu Inench consul thjiro lus rcixived a cable from Snang Tung reporting that 11000 Ohineso troops arc making a forced march from Shac Tung to Peking Two Jciiuit fwitrii and 100 native OhriBtlanE havo moroiered In tha southern part of tlii province of Chi Li The Chinese military authorities have been discovered recruiting at Shanghai inside the foreign settlement und some agents have been umstcd jn tho act of constructing intreachments around the Nome SEATTLE June definite rt tumi have lately been received con cerning the beach strike at five miles below Nome There seems no to doubt that this in one of the Uggest strikes ever made in the vi cinity cf Nome Many have strack it rich of late und individual fortunes run ning aa high as have been taken out Parties of two or three Winking with ordinary rockers it la said are taking nut a day It is reliably that one stretch of beach 000 feet long by an average of 90 feet in width has yielded Rithin tha past few weeks CTH1 ifTlin I MILL AtllVL and BiUrbed June Gard ner fkiid Eddie Santry have dgned arti cles H box ten rounds in this city dur ing the week of the Democratic con vention The mill will probably be pnUed off on Friday night Jtily 6 after th3 clave of the convention CHAFFEE ORDERED TO CHINA Gunenl In Command of Ainerlcila ForoM WASHISOTON Jrme purpose of the government to place an adequate force in China was made clear yesterday when orders wero iiisned to Brigaiico General Adna R Challee to take command of the forces In China and to proceed at ooce to assume his new duties ilors significant probably than the assignment itself wan the wording ol the formal order to O5nerul Choffee late in the day by Act ing Secretary of War Melklcjotra di recticg him ro take command ol tbe A Chimumin omucUd with tvar purchases for tho Chinese government In Europe who haji teen Interviewed by the Dally Express says that Ohlna has immense quantities of ariaa and ammu nition and will humanity it driven to defend Hocr Tdcn Tan WM GEE Foo June and ftitish entered Tien Tein first silencing the gnus the arsenal and breaking through the Chinese lines The other foreigners were close behind The Russians lost four killed and 80 wounded Tho lotas of the other na tionalities were stoai Admiral Sey monrs force la about ten miles from Tien Tsln It is surrounded by Chinese troops and Boxers iind hampered by tha presence of sick ana wounded It Is re ported that all fjeignera wsro sent from Peking wltd a weak Chinese guard and it ia ass omed that they lite with Admiral Seyciour Brooklyn bnlln for China Juno TJnitci States armored cruiser Brooklyn with 300 marines from Ciwitt has soiled for Nagasaki where she will coal and from place she will go to Total Col onel Robert I Meaiie is in command of the inarinea The United States trans port Logan with the Ninth infantry and the United States gunboat Princeton xvill follow tomorrow Strength of SUM MllltU LISCOLS June In response to a request from the department Ad jutant General Bany reported on the strength of the statj militia The First regiment numbers 88 officers and men the Second regiment 530 Troop A of Seward 49 and A of Wymore C7 Total aggregate strength 1291 The states apportionment of the na tional appropriation will bo based on theso figarea Hcrto Rtcvlplii llrvak Accord Sipcx Crrr June of horses on the Sioux City market broke all records Yesteiilays receipts here were 113 cars or 8500 head beating the Chicago record b 1900 head Blooey Ior Famine Nsw TOBK Juno thous and dollars was recolved yesterday from the Kansas India famine relief commit tee and cabled to the interdenomina tional mission at Bombay Alfcl ADntlier Bern Delivery LTOSS Neb Jtuip farmers living in this viciniitr have petitioned tho postofflce department for two sepa rate free rnra1 deliveries to include this territory TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS According to a dispatch from Madrid the cabinet of Silveh la tottering Fire Tuesday did damage in tho carpet mill of JusnflB Boggs SODS at Philadelphia Father Jerome EuuiteiD a prominent member of Roman Catholic Francis can order died in Cincinnati Tuesday aged 63 years Chicago men ore ccilisting In the serv ice of the government to fight against the ChineseThe recruiting office there la accepting on an average of 70 men a WBelL Several pillars of collapsed la the irfaoo baft lU Shonioktti Pa Tnw day cnusiag to be doded is fiolimt n mincf hu Hnngoritm laborer A prise ot 13000 uis tjxm awarded br tbe American FhiltnopSiical of Penmnrlvanla to W Q Haattcgi of Wilber Neb for on the Soienco taad FktDenyhy uf Jnrlspm An eleotrio railwur betweiBi Mjlwaa and viluch will be ao equipped tnat its citra will eqiul the jate of inaSnljiJiud ty the steam mllways if ptosidaed In tin near rntoro by the Mlhfuokce lilecblc Htllroad und Ught company F W aiaulhnnt Ktmtorj iff the Georgia Fatah QiMisri1 aMocsttOE ha juiti ivttrtneil frota a toor of the great otthurdi ill niiilal s Gtorguw nilan ol the unit few weekjUiveeot fiilhM parocotof the stab taiy ii oolMMiH aKSXHALA CHA7FBB troops ordered to China nod to pro ceed to Peking by of San Francisco and Takn nccomponied by hie aides It had been expected that the military forces be concentrated ot Che Foo or some other convenient military ftaee but the to proceed to Pelting the capital of tho Chinese em pire indicated a firm determination on tho part of tho government author ities to have a strong military force at the seat of the Chinese government The anounncemenCof General ChaQees assignment and the orders to proceed to Peking cum0 of tea tbe state department had declined to accede to a second prop osition from six great viceroys of China that foreign troops he kopt oat of China II Hnog Chang reaches Peking SUN DAY 13 CAUSE OF A WAR iUUtike In Setting Uprliiloc nC Sontl Ben tilaoderm SEATTLE Juno 27 One of tho strang est rebellions which has taKjl place In the last years is in foil swing In Boratonga a Pacific Island under Brit ish rule In tho sonch seas Advices from tba orient give full particulars of tho of the uprising which nas spread over the whole Island The na tives ore ulvancing on the Koroftaii settlemEuc along the cmst and arc threatening the capltaL K it were not for the mw lu South Africa und tbe Chinese disturbances the rebellion wonld create worldvrldc comment on account of it being a strug gle bonrocn the populace and the aris tocracy the The inhabitants of the island were originally brought in touch with dirili zation through the efforts of mission ariessent oot by the London Mission ary society Through the distorting effects the ISOth deeree of longitude the first nTivaia to advance the cause of Christianity sot the usual day Sou day for scrvico Aa 13 Wcfl known at the degree of longitude mentioned tbe days jump back 5l hears Since dis covering their mistake the CbristLin leaders cf the island attempted to rec tify it Tbo move made the natives superstitions to a Degree and upon Dig ing tho change the Christians aroused a uollcn resentment Now this has bera changed to active hostilities and thinb ing that the white pecplo Were deceiv ing all aloof the nativea arc batcheriiig and murdering on all sides Tho great est caraoge and mnrder is bsing wtt EefjKd Orer 60 have al ready been kilted At the last report they werfl fortifying various comst towns and wero preparing lor a Hespcr ate resUtatice An appeal will be ma5e for assistance from Great Britain FoatpcroftB fiole Kangia XAQAA ST PATJI Juno 27 Judge Sanborn of tto United States eircnlt ooort of ap peals had a hearing yesterday in the sale of the Central branch Union Pat CJfio unmortgaged lands hi Knusmt The matret came upon a motion to con firm the aala to which objections weis roado by Torioas claimants who la eisted that they had a perfect title wo der deeds from tho Central brancb The court postponed the sole and held that tho injectors had no standing In court not fulng parties to tho soil The counsel for tho objectors and pur chasers to Investigate the tittoi and to constlit to tho confirmation the sale cf all lands except tboee U which the claimant had a perfect titii by dood TELEGRAMSTgRSBLY TOUD extremely low stage ol the Mississippi river Is anparaUeled a the history ot the riwJr EAlie BiliV at the Buffalo Athletic field Tuosdav defoMcd Odando SteToW in a inatcii rwe two oob of three hectl Seatt ai Cot OOO in frotn A II Balilwic ot Bl Htao 0 t fcavv Mull oSttA thutr wrvloM to the gotvuinoit Qovenror In tmtil ittw the itnding mart tnaft toCtlxa Tt Ohio inproma odgit haodaddowa a deciflon TiieMCr thh To ledo The ccrtrt tost tleliOOOW which the tennltl tutl The dedioa n Hi probablf fcll the Centen H K Dofleld a CUcaco board of brcker robbed ot I3CQOO Tueatlay wliile ridUj CD 11 Cottage Qro70 ktoiauj ctibla tstt Tie tguDe WM ia botidn mining itook and terxU Dnflcid Make It for Brit ish In South Africa BE80ET TO 8ITEBMLLA WABFAEE IVoH KobrU ContUiort to fex Hla Soldlin ud Xone for lUpurta Ia CulonT Over LOSDOX Jane Boer com mandoes in the eastern part of the Or ange River Colony appear to have been broken up by their leaders into small parties that harass columns of Che British incessantly catting off scoots sniping pickets making a show of force here and there and bewildering tho Blow moving bodies Commandant Christian Dewet General Sieves prin cipal commander is tbe genius of these guerrilla operations He the hero on tto Boer side In these last days of hostilities Lord Roberts columns ure slowly contracting the circle of their advance Transvaal officers who were interviewed yestertlay at Mochadodorp by a com spondenr of the Daily Express asserted an intention to hold oat until the last President Kruger will probably retire toWacerval or Selsprnlt His physic ian thinks bl4 condition ofhealth will not allow him to go to the high veldt The British prisonsw at Nooit God chaic ore now more comfortable Large quantities of food and blankets have been forwarded to and their en closure it lighted by electricity It id officially announced that no troops will leave South Africa until tho Boer war Is over Pretoria say supplies of warm clothing are reaching Lord Rob erts infantry who ha4 been ragged and suffering froja tbe cold Commandant General Rothl is on commonly active cast of Pretoria The Canadians doing splendid ontpos work The Times publisher a communica tion from William BordettContts who Is now in Cnpo Town charging tho gov ernment with inadoqpate provision for sick and woondcd The writer paints a painful picture telling cf 1300 pa tients who lay in field hospitals for seven weeks without beds He says victims were stretched upon the ground in the rain when the mud was three Laches deep sad that the poor wretiJita had practically no nursing The Times commentins upon these statements says Snch horrible details show the callous shortsightedness of the war office LOSEOX June war offle ha received the following dispatch from Lord Roberts Jape Chiries Warren reports that AS rebellion iii Cape Colony north oJtno Orange river is now over The last formidable body ander Commandant de Villicrs surren dered on Jono 20 consisting of about 220 men 2SO horses 18 wagons 2CO rifles and 100000 rounds of ammu nition General BadenPowell reports that pacification is going 01 Eatisfactor ily in the Bnstenbragdistrict ENVOYS 1SSUEAN ADDRESS 27The Boer en voys in this country for the post two inonhs Issued on address to the people Ol United States After erpressing regret at their inability to accept many af tho invitations ex tended to them they expressed theli thanks to the American public for the deep sympathy they have shown for the cause of the two struggling republics Continuing the address says We now feel convinced that the boastful allegation of the colonial secretary and other British statesmen that the citizens of this great country sympathized with the British empire in its attempt to crush the liberty and independence of our two small states is absolutely de void of truth Tho address conclndes by saying that the envoys do not ask the direct or fa vorable intervention of the United States bat V continuance of public sympathy and support Cloutlbont fa Mlnncaota WlNONi Slinn June cloud burst in Pleasant Valley last evening caused ft sudcen and unexpected Hie in the Sugar LoaTmill pond Before the gates could be opened the water was fiowing over the top of them and a few minutes later tho gates went out The rush of ivutcr also carried away con siderable of the embankment and caused great damage to the Wicona and West ern tracks Many acres of form Imuls were inundated A flood was also ex perienced by farmers along the Gilraore Valley read from tho same cause IlaltltOTm ID Idaho Xdo June 27 A special from Denver Ida gives aa account of a disastrous hailstorm which visited that section of Idaho Wheat fields and orchards vrere destroyed and small pigs and chickens were killed by the hiiUtoned Too hail was driven by a heavy windstorm with terrific force and horses were knocked down Dam age to groin and fruit crops is esti mated at 650000 Reports from other points indicate mnch damage to grain Mo June 27 William Woodward afarmer shot and killed his stepdaughter and iii turn was beaten to death by bis neighbors yes terday After shooting hla stepdaGgh ter Wood ward shot himself through the breast with Winchester Inflict ing what woolcl have pzorod a fatal wound but tbe man was till living when 15 men entered the house and with clnbs beat his bead almost to a jeJy Woodward shot hU stepdaughter because she had caused lug arrest LfonMaaat flrincB fsrldc BED OAK Ia Jams Lieutenant W H Who Served through the the Philippine campaign 1Hth company M Fifty first Iowa arrived borne last nlghivrttii hla hrtde tanasAj ItLss Bade Uftrrtogton of Sracciico they hnrlng been married Jaw JO in that city Ja Juw Two loadaA tetSiiA at tlw crwiag of Aw Iffiaob Cgtnl aad tto fel and the tnidt tadlr lorn bot hit 6w wu ifi GM1 What Cnf fa llfUinlltl MEXICO tto Jrtfle 37 Another gooi raiin has fuUen and the for com and olher in tlili tectioo ia tbs f or yean Aco Saline ooiufcr tfci vmtU aap 0a tor Set Juris Statagtan unineed CKeen H Tlicmp peotentfary for UK kullaw of uHbn LoriOB wut llamh BIGGAR We find after a large spring largest ever enjoyed ly a lusiness house in enor mous accumulation of short lengths and small lots which we will place mi tables at prices which will close them out in ihort order beginning Monday Morning July 2d 1900 Short lengths of dress goods many of which con tain enough for a skirt Wash goods ginghams white goods silks skirt ings table linens embroideries Incos lengths of everything in the dry goods line at prices thnt will pro re attractive Small lots of mens and boys suits shirts under wearT straw stiff and soft hats shoes oxfords crash and duck skirts shirtwaists etc at prices that will be iiresistable if you hare any needs Short lengths of carpets mattings curtain mater ials small orof huv curtains and opaque shades at a liberal reduction in orice 5000 yards of Standard prints at tc per yard 3000 yards nf dark tennis flannels at 5c per yard 2500 rolls f Usr latts at 4 l6o roll Just what you want to make your comforters for next winter at prices that would be impossible to make with recent urchnses ALSCHULERFOrfGOVERNOR FAMILY ROWJENDS IN DEATH I OinaJia Man SbooCa Down Hla Mn Wins Fiht tor tedrahlp TrM Wfto n HlmMr OaAKi Jane Stampfmalcr Ills Juno k jj f a German carpenter residing at JTV6Utn Demoavuc state convention last night Blaino etrcfcta soot hia wife twice Samuel Alschnler of Aurora if t0 till and lronblp Fesr Font Si r dele Benjamin Ciblx Williams Alteruatcj Edward Cohen Charles Wcrue ei President Adlai E Stevenson exCongressman Georgo Fitliian Jfft DarU far Governor LITTLE KocK Ail June Democratic state convention yesterday nominated Jeff Davis for gcyernor Delegate Parker cffeied a resolntlou in structing for David B Hill if Sow York for vice presidcnt A deuujnstra tiou f oHciwcd aad there were loud cries of Tea and No the Hill contin gent seeming to be In the majority Under the rales the resolution re ferred Tjithoot debate to the cotmittoo Irjjea XoiMnatlaxi of Towing i LINXOLX Jane Chairman Edmisten of the Populist nationil last night gave ont the teit of a letter is sending to delegates toj the Democratic national convention Mr Eimisten strongly urges tie nom InaGioii of Charles Towuo 2or vice at Kansas City and declares 1 his selection to complete hari moaT of three parties i Fteeed Ticket j KOBTCLK Neb Juaa til j fusion judicial conventions held1 yesj terday Jadgu Cones ol Pisnje fWslved the nomination on tho I3tb ballot In the Populist wing ot the conTanUonj Berryioan of Ku03 reojived 28 to i S9 oat of 70 Ooinis of Pierce 82 l5ioi3 13 Fuller of Wayne 843 to ID J Najoad Iw Oovenor j CtncAGC June Prohibition state convention nominated Jctoj VV i Barnes fcr governor The platorm as j adopted touches npoa bnc two Issues prohibition andwomjjj suffrage The wocaait plant was adopted after long and at acrimonious i his wife returned from ft to a neighbors house abottt 10 oclock Hi met her near the rear door of their livtlo home where they had lived many years and commenced up Iteuding her for the absence She re plied somewhat shirply and started into the house The man drew a re volver and lired As the wife turned to ran he fired again She fell to the porch with tha first ballet embedded in tlio upper part of the chest and the othtr in thu right shoulder Little Fritz the youngest ot the three children affeu 10 12 aad 13 years was a spectator f the quarrel and shooting1 As soon as his mother fell ha ran to her and threw himself upon hir body The father brutaUy kicked the little fellow from hi3 mothers side to tho ground a distance of iaveral feet Then he deliberately lighted a match and shots had been fatal Apparently sat isfied on this point he went into the small front room of tho nonse and plac ing the weapon under the left eye flrod a third timc The bullet penetrated the head and came out on the lower right side XUbaque Itad SloBX City Itoftd DTBDIOE Jane of in corporation ot tiio ftnii Sloci City railroad hftvs been filed in corder Stewarts offioe Tl placet of business Is to be in Dnbnqne and the capital stock is 113000000 The DnbiionO and Sioux City railroad em braces all of the Illinois Central and iu branches in Iowa The company waa originally incorporated in I8TO and in ISSOwas extended for a period of 50 years ItoblDAOP to Rap ToFJroLC Neb Jane 27Jodgo Jolui rcnominSiitQd lor yesterday by the Democrats and Popnlists of the Thlr i Nebraska district BAaclxklt nraultib Onuoluw d fttJocll 0 Denver U De Moteea r PcitlCi 10 gioni City 4 r York iJ rSooilju 5 Hill If DES HotxES Jnne A 0 Hnffrjian of tha Democratio state central committee admitted that overtures had been made by those most directly intcrtsied In the Hill boom for the vice presidential and that the lown delegation will in all probability favcr Hill aa against Towne ChUrt w Cinton Polaonoil CEESTOX la Jnne little 8 yearold eon of Mr and Mrs Sam Onr rey got hold of a pachage of patent medicine lozenges and ate 18 before the mother discovered what tho child vraa doing The medicine contained enough poteen to throw the child into The little one dial 10 PhlLiddphlTh a 8 Ekirolt 4 lo 12 I II KlllMopolu 4 Garott loiter NatioMl Sex Yorit mt Brooklyn ChicaroatRitjbiurj cuvrlmua nt Stlaais rlllccxton Won tbe Knee At one of tho regattas of tbo Id al Association of American Oarsmen during the early nineties James Filter ton tor many years the champion scul ler of America was matched to row double ngoinst isnother team tie and hla mate were tho champions and the general belief was that they would win FOUR CETDROWHEAT p lln jvtiliy Corn cUeKil Hirn down and rvlj wa riljti were a U5fcc Aus Iiri27j Sept i nJnlr So rid No 2 aprlriK wtteit om Keck Cnnjoo June CttibyBxtiyai MOO find mysterkHiBly changed Mr Pil kcrton knew tlist this was not caused by any now development of strength In bis opponent or any loss of skill on his own part After making some quiet inquiries bo discovered that there was talk of hi rowing mate having been bought np by toe ftther sldo and of an arrangement to throw the race lie didnt say onythlng nbout Ills sus picions but when tbe two men were seated In the shell and were well out into tho deep water ho leaned over to bis mate and said Look her you blooming cuttliroit Xouve got to GWlm drown or win this race Too know mer He Evenlug Tost f coder mixed Knckan tolls cuvca i stwrry 2MH01 ttr momiv 10ft dvrr ronjli heavy edpta WC shwp and Lvlits liawrlcrcr toot to choEce vitlierj lib to choice miicd untnt ihoip tidil Texas show IftEAbs KOOMM mirtam Uatni Iambs TXeh Cprlaca The watch carried by the average man la composeijl of OS pieces and its manufacture embraces more than 2000 I distinct and separate operations I Hairspring wire weighs onetwen ileth of a giiln 1o the inck Ouc mile of wire welgis kss than half a pound The balance gives flvo vibrations every scconrt 300 every minute 18000 every boor 432006 every day ana 157 veloe tit Epringfi when flrdshol auA Ulaced In It enoRDcna n proportion tc ike nutcrtel rronj tiey are A too of ited made op Into balniKliiBi wtwn to wntdiei jx voctb more thaa i3Vl itoua the do DUTM weight till tmre Fer Trratwed ft said tho 4oetrt IJhlnk yon ibonld tekc a trip to Wetl doctor said tbe man irlth a large una expendvo famOr yoa need tinn tn too Tin thinUafr Tea Too wut to change your Prtn I K naOOta IrL TO KIJ iDtcMhim tmrmf 1 wart tar kaow tin i count of iJ prupotnr fitxk ing to thv rh ing for valuable inuieri F hun dred wc nlriady thtr ThiIrinn po Hce have ordrTo d parlmcnf tu i ur rres ervation nirl ii bloodshed is Varnl o ore havo rvij uly I u rLd in tho high and a rv i rpvi tors find th rti A Gollnnt It is sak t Smith cotild be n v rv on oc caslcm Oh Mr i tiring this flower to pv V a yoTinj lady to him sacwed him nbout her c svri fivupo tv r IT the aand and said lt v rrlns ptrfec llon to tbe i1 v t Oddly has not tempted t jinscnt turba loin condkk cl feet of tin il drainage i If Genera Ji be Would ntVrr that SberhLin was Tbero s n Jiau in Brooklyn who needs n tunic of some kind else be would not lire failed to embKice fti nccoinpanletl a rnn to 1 church shpo rnil arrived md CTOOIII ng rroinrin wltti PHILIPPINE FACTS A Striking Letter From a New York Officer In the Regular Army A citizen of Rochester oJ high stand Ing Is in receipt of the following letter from a New Sork officer of the regular army wbose education and antecedents flt Mm for Intelligent observation and Judgment and who saw service In Cuba before golus to the Philippines about tiie time General Otis took command there which he has placed t onr dis posal anil to Tvlilch we give this proml Oeat publication without comment save to say that there Is no better au thority oa tlio real situation In our Asiatic JliMWk April 20 who vu Incplml Instruct lx people ftbout the Itiillp Jtorrltir ITCXJ a in Uknlla nxW bctov TTC bad 11 to carry the MCM cl to at tbn las a ni w ire flnii ve we flfbrllljt II liiTi1 tirf are 1iir and luuo than had an In vhich hid la bii Cornea to OIH Charming jour voi wedding on tiniarU at about tlic tl were due The yo him was irvl iii tlic bride was oxivted to be clad and she walkcil ii aain aisle cf tho church with her escort the began to play Hie inarca Thr courle however lustrad ot going on 10 the ultnr In one of the aot far from the frnat One of the i ushers fflim Iurwrirl nail told them j bis Ntu aiiii that the ciTjyinnn was waiting iT1 Fr them and tlitSr friinJs noar pcrcelvj Ing tbe slttiiitJun urged them to spond to U Tlic youu woman sold wns ready and ivlli Ing but tinyoung man to Ills ever lasting dlsgrmro refused to move and ft helives M Ills dying dny the peojile Who know tbe girl say that III will not have sueli clifnco for hnp Eagle Msuton people Sot tiiir cr cicn Sfinith mre not in a poyiiva to tbcia CKir army lg tlrcmdy louwl for iui tstfc Thivc Bjrc reclnicotj haw to ilaoila Jt ix RivtcWd un til efficient prrfflctiao jivcn ncnrlwre except In tb Kana md UK win jdQ fmttur iU town net held be comcfl a bcJdqutmCTS toe luorgnita To U towns and tupjily the gftpt cnuspd by ridt noss force of 200000 Tic bJiiation HJ to the Moro oooiinumtlM la Wa m crtw to tliow them potvct of at dcaiX a plurality of UITCS uid rivtir Tasaiion we will hive thm V5 to tJe Of 7ijc linle on UJPHO Borneo trtih her lomtfi will Ture id priictkitlljno pold ao CQtnr ao coaL TLtra Is to copper 5To telnff by United tc y0 vbAmcn iron the Cuiud tc tbcje ot iht tfce ffOTcronient IM faracr XyM For thif ire or more jxsr ia of in uninhabited country ti The land U paetkaUr ukra per nrflo It that Tht people an pmdi j prtor it our trics it has Aracjirao It uc of xultf Forest and Stream n publication de voted to sportsnunshlii an car nest appeal for the jassaee and en forcement of n law that will save the heath lien of Vluiyaiil from wilh which It Is now ilinalvmil This bird than which fen Recording to its well Informed rrc more trulv ami hlglJy cstimftlili Is tSre ensttrn riiri sentatlvc of the t wliicli tlio pinnated grouse of tiieivest nud once had i nmjt coverhis Ioiig island Xew Jersey eastern Ilnnsylvania Virginia KeotBcky isnd some other states but the growl of tbe market hunters long ago destroyed It in all theso places and today only In Marthas Vineyard can a single email sod tribe of heath hens bo found leadj tag a precarious eiMence witb an enormoue price on head of every one of Its members It is bellevinl by j those conjoint of conditions says Forest and Stream lliat the number of birds remaining may be estimated at not more tlian half n hundred and to tbe rkw Culuiis tbe raglaU amy ot Santico feed abo Cubam ara fercroea UM of this island Lss been eoeSntd tir o the iKae of the upl TiC climatle Bcvcridfe sals It better than i naort 11 tropical COUB tint Is cnbeoltbr lev UK VM ovr tme re thii I a irhtch did act bava fI i EQlIcc and bvck The rttt tlftxl TCTIC oot by Itfvcr sDi boircl trauUoL JU coranicrcijil JAM it bj ban to wbat the have Id Utnilil ctp on vray at Japua VcnU fcblpD vititiiic Japan aoi slf flrjt jt Maiilla U rjvjl LJW IXTT would be faooeu A a sUJtivr falunour 4 tho i trjrtiao of oat anry pats in ot brr amy tul it liltTnrtvj rf tuy ic to un ilisirnt Arr pcttpr harta a Ff isvr hlorkatie our transport and r rar up In 1K klaixlt wiboot Tit litrd couid not ipanr abipa to prv I oun onut aud alao tbu tact tiM ia qaarrda r tariU We do not WWst Ad the poor creatures awl Li a But fucb men lucky frt ta 3 out a ct or volit oat Ixro peril not as formerly they are very good to eat but because the or clthologlcol collector wlio doesnt get a heath hen for his collection at onas will not get one at all As a result scientific persons who ought to be more tloin a little ashamed of themselves are offer Ing the natives of the Island from 125 to spleec for specimens of toe doomed Wee The appeal of Forest and Stream cnght o bo heeded Wo Ting Ffcuff tnc C to this country tnc ArJam and forbUMen Atwan Wag he wonld pralttUr never teve bad UH heart to wrtbf that x poem of relief It a jpHf was not at Mafottai The movement to nllnc tteo for the gift of ft pooch kvwf to General thi of effort to amlct him 1n droTrnloK bla trttmlattoBi True tbty be uxornrptUile m Its tm b a lux ia aftiraBcb vHtb t petition ID ttuxl and briba In the Ccrmiptinn nipia aoKutl Ule naUia attd lt Vki U Ii to tba The outpoit guards flcj it ca7 te emlct Dttlna irlthoct and tbe STjiplr iScpirtlBHlta ol tbo sCVcmmcot irt being plundered In the nwrt abamclds Xo inroicca cf aubilatenre are tound intact the Inmrrortlon aa lltoiy conttDiici ot fax What wlU be tfce of a partr baa In tnsulrrd or Ojoo uSOSattt la to rctata It taUnit Spabi gan ap Cahi tW Frager 9anb L0rtrtnra airoron Aotlaaklot Italy fm or Dttt the Anxxion faff VU1 BCTfr be baulr4 doim nnti our cry eat AninrUl paeli tircodt ulk ot ramanr war in one romiBOD tLate Knnvnta baTi IlirrHd towat In UK put two montfct tare UUal to all oocouDts Adam fouxT o a week uuthinx fnnpy about it m Ihci ad States liochcster Union and an not Jrc ta tb CnSl lt of tnc colored people were te W Ukcm ire mold flort that OVB arc Tlie failure In Kcw Sork nmr tien u anottar j tbe mWortune whfadi nMMry tnm MwlM Mf onaiber i lUL   

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