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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - July 19, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                A XVIII IMATISM Is due to m acid poison which gains access to th blood through failurcof the proper us tr cirrv oT anil keephe system clear ot all morbid effete matter This poison Starters Nerves Sllffeis lt 1900 i UAI uiuiMiLi ciicic muitcr inis poison the general circulation is deposdtcdin the joints mjscleiand nerves tense heumatism may aUck will such severity as to tnaVe within a a h f prroer en sevey as o tnae wtn a fcv active person help ess aad bedridden with distorted limbs arid shattered nerves or it may wU slight paiuJ jnrt severe enough to nwlce one f uncomfo S kncy in such cases is to grow worse and finally become chronic other Mood diseases Rheumatism is often inherited and aqxxrore todainporcold ma food nsiifficient clothmr or calculated to impair the health will rr middle agc Or In inherited AA0wiw sttlsm SitHctljf a Blood wl no liniment or other external treatment can reach the trouble Neither do the I the doctors always prescribe rum Lit digestion and break down the constitution A remedy which builds up the general health at the same time rids the system of tic poison pcrti uaA h T1 OT S S S d S attach the n the right way and m riKht placethe and quickly neu u miS dqwsus stimulates and reinforces the overworked wornout organs anldeari tl S S S cures jwiiuiiently and thoroughly and keeps B li L illiv acccmul 1 pure hcJl ifr eighteen months was lioterritily affikled jiiiirilliiit the sliKhlct relief A few bottles of Hilda Tliiswu Ore ycanBgo ilr pvciiil book on Rlicunvilisni which should Inin tlic Our jihvsicians have made and sicid tiiy irl ill jjivc you any information or aihice wanted so write them ficly lml ur CL make no whatever for this service Address SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Athuta 6a I I e ILK 1 Foreign Forces Drive Chinese Out Walled City protection to tue Nearly evtfrj build infl town will to be nroofed and on the sidu tlle direction which the Btorm came Damujfc to avnuit of several thousand dolJara m done in Hejaingfonl and in the about NUMBER 27 CAPTURE ALL ITS DEFElf SIS Allies Gallant Celestial I taslansht Carries rccs lleforc It SO fill EXTRAORDINARYEFFORT DKS MOKES July tie south ern sections haying is abwtt completed EIPOETS OF DEFEAT PBEMATmtE the month of Q Sales litiiily i rok liar s i rhut iiMilt arriclc we j nirod ut rhi ould liavo been so storn August 1st will nut ld boforo that tinu How an Anybody that known acc on sale in a genuine baroain will know Ladies Sunbonnets j Sliirt Waists VI 111 fur 12 cewrs Hici Overflow wns HIP place ir yon bonglit your other one that suited in lit and price so well Maybe you paid a dollar then 48c buys it now Crash Skirts is where we showed the value allseason f ing to July the price rm these half dollar ones to just 35 CENTS Sailors Mens Straw and Crash Hats 7i cenls f2 CENTS aiv Koing to onglit to If will buy i tt cent om and 2r rents one that 50 r A few crush hats for 0 cents each We to Close Out All Our Granite Tin and Hardware Total Hlllrl nd Wounilnl It Atlufclnf Alninvl KlgAt ran In Sin OCHOBii Situation LOXDOX July Shanghai ojr respoudeut of the Evening News teli1 frrnphiafj under dute of July 17savs The allied troops rcisuiucd the attack upon the Chinese walled city at Tien Tsin on the moming of Jnly 14 and suc ceeded in breadline the walla ami cap turing all the forts The Chinese were completely routed and the Allies tonic possession of tho native city and its do fensoB The total losses of the ulliei In tho engiiKements of day and Saturday were about or wounded There ia little further news from China this moraine The attack upon tho native city of Tien Tsin was fol lowed up so swiftly that the Chinese had rime to reorganize and once the 19 were broken their ivrrrat rapidly ame a rout WASHKXGTOX Jnly mey the navy department that I city and of Tien Tsin are iu hands of the nlliej His dispatch I ollows CITE Foo July hope to cS wounded from Tien Tsin either in lospitals Tata or aboard Solace omnmnicatinu very uncertain Pol Wing casualties apparently confirmed Davis killed Captain Lcmly Lieutenants Butler and Leonard wounded Jjscnm killed Majors Reagan and Lee Capwins Noyes Browstcr and Bookmilier Lieutenants Naylcr Lawton Hammond and Waldron wounded Total killed and woiindcil reported 773 Russians ood Japanese lost heavily our total loss reported 21S about 40 were marines bnt number believed to be exaggerated Havq officers on shore especially to get j authentic number and I and harvesting small gnfer well ad vaneed Returns of rfreahiilR in that section indicate bettor yield than had been expected ID the oencraJ imrl northern sections barVarttaig is well I begun and rain ia JiaUdng rapidly promising fair to goal JFtald The chief drawback in that grain of heavy growth is tadly lodged but kw from that cause will not be large Italy of the earlier reports expressed fears of in jury to com and othtr immature crops from effects of dry weather bat these appre hensions havo been happily dispelled by copkrus showers rhut fell in nearly every comity on the 14th and 15th VIEWS OF LI HUNG CHANG IXcided ir Cabinet That Extra Session is Unnecessary T4GUE HOPE FOH LEGATIOSEBS TO EQUAL THE SALES OF SECOND WEEK OF MAKE THE It From I train by MlnlMur Wo Slffuod j Pj Sereral Vlcitrofa and Imgmrlml OU foelor WASHIXOTTOI Juiy decidedly nisre hopeful feeling with ttjgaiA to tin Chinese situation is apparent in all ad ministration circles The tide of senti ment which had been marbedlv pessi mistic turned with the aiinonScemcnt of he victory at Tien Tsui and the cap frtrc of the fqrts and native city and gathered further strength from Minister Wue cablegram declaring that for eigners at Pefcin were safe Jnly 3 AtsAe froci these despatches the arrival of the president and tho special cabinet i mating called to consider the situation were the features of thjo flay The cabinet met at p m less chan an hour after the president reached the whjto boose Over a hundred newspaper thronged tha corridors while the OUR FOURTH ANNUAL MidSoinmer Clearing Sale morp of a bargain week limn last R1 i 1 inn tin is notwholly a clear i imivhjirulis that we have liad lu js augmented liicli uxnilila io huv it ii iluy Io day by inif rliirn r uf ChlU Cttlmotloo July Daily Tele1 tho fnllowlng from Canton doted July 1C in interview with the forapi consuls Li Hnog Chan Ixis mission to Pefciuj was j cabinet wn sitting behind closed doom save the lives of tha foreign scene resembled the hottest days of ministers and to the best posj Spanish war There were prcseut sible of peace with the allied Secretaries Day Long Boot Gap and powers He added that ho had received Postmaster Gentaal Smith important cibles froia Lord Sahfibnry cfle concittsloia of tho session which into nad hoars Scisetary Hoof uve out tho formal stmemeiit of the action of the cabinet fhe president hat determined tht Jaets now known io us do not re quire or justify calling an extra session of oongresj Should future develop meats iudicrue ttiat he is unable to do whut is rericireil with the tniioas now at hw uominiuid and the action of con BiCs is fnirlsh either men or tponey hiwill not licsiciui to call it Xvhile only this meager formal state meat was given out It Was ascertained that tUv whole Chincee situation wus i thoringhly tliiicuaied The decisioia thm iin t1 xrri kssion cf congress was no cicmiuideil by existing I he ontconie ol the showing which vi c n I ii UMIUUV wmcij will bo promptly tolefiTaplied City and fortanovy in handa of allies Admiral Seymour rotnrned to fleet offlcor ashore is Adiilral AllezoiT at Tien Tsin CHINA TO WAR Ulow un ami Place Caui In BoMlui Terrltorj fuly Daily Mail publishes a sensational dispatch from 3f Potersburg whlcjj afserts that there 3 up doubt hdt China has declared war against Rnssia The Russian 3nd SI Uelcatia1 protec tion for tfao forijjn ministers io Peking and thrcattninu to taku ttfo for lifo of Tie high ofiicialx rssponsiblt if the ministers were mnrderoil Hfl told the ironsuls tlmt he was the only man In i Chiuy ditred to transmit snch to the empress bnt that he had s ut them verbatim and ho did not doubt that they had exerted n powerful influence minisfcrs livos To the American who nbont the safety nf the foreign ministers at Ieldnu he answered that he had re cpivoiL no news from Peking within the past vrtxk but that if they were olive he was almost certain matters could be satisfactorily arranged with the alliec powers If they aro dead here he shrugged his shoulders significantly and added with lowered voice it is hard to tell what may happen I am going 10 Pek ing pructloilly unarmed except for my bodyguard of 200 men and that ought to be evideuce to the whole world that I do not favor any fighting and of my paiciflc iatcutiooii I am old and in very poor health and it is a great personal sacriiio to undertake such a jonrncy in this horrid weather After a momcjite tiidught said if your rsioUtmTi ajp JjiUed do yon think my Uffe miy ih retalia tion while en rontd1 This question received a general Btronp ucfiatlve reply He then nsked consnla to to ticir respecOte The Shirt Waists MLFST GO Tinspine ill iitiv hrijjln liKX styles CJirry over i aliirt wninr Trow aM yenr We ofllr it rfiorxr nil our remaining sliirl it 7Di inil JIOO at your clmior Straw Hats ON THE SLIDE Mens and boys 10iChildrens liars at Sweeping Reductions in Wash Goods 20c r idfiin liiianse tinre is no dacy for it in onr shelves ii tli work sjicHflily Sec A tfranili basin 2 cents a granite purlin lidilcr iTi rriits conm and lill yinir wants from this sale Yours for a big clearingsale the corrosponent J3 restricted to ho publication of official details and i ho details of many dispatches from tho rout been prohibited I hear lowcver from a reliable source that the 3rinese troops and the Boxers seized a Knsalao transport vessel laden monitionfl near Aignn killing almost the entire escort They suddenly at O tacked and bomhardel the town of Blagtoscheosk The garrison held out bravely bat was finally OVERFLOW m 8 8 si Any Old Thing I Will Not Do NowaDays CiiiiijKtilioii is so kfeii that only tinniilUrs wlin Rtt lie bist risulis ly Ufiping their mills up uilli die liinis cii to lio siicrcssriil hivt an to dalf mill un tin quality dt Sarbon Flour itsiififis this fart If 3ou siattnncnt givfi IIB 11 fair aiil we will convince you rial I fl A T oj Knott Son JARFJON MILLS Wastfrn DcnTOr lit SilJUS City1 Nationil HSI Amcriinn IxWiMi RECOVERY IN WHEAT Corn IVorUUtiirt thtt CHICAGO July a hy lUluiddtLou ctirn wlnM tfxtay on a drmnnd the nurl cotfrlliji ly shorts cllnB firm Cum broke o wore favoriLlih reports A of rccen rains but recoverwl of it S elwlnit Ifo lovn cloetxl tcfflbcr porh Sflc September lard J September prices Ann i Anj flopt July 11166 Sppt JUtO Sept Vt 1853 LiBr3cpt Oct No 2 rcJ 2 Bprio wheat No 2 clsh com No 3 rash oota 13 W e2 to worry over tie Pciing who were filmlly tit Apmyor eerv a teumreof tkoltitl DinoprT Jnlr Tcstertar wai I lilt opoBJBK day ol the Great Western circuit rncpi at Dnreuport JoJuinj T won tho In to II r July 8Kinuwsi nSkmod by the ooliunn cutler ootznuaiui Iomsu Hlnrrn t Urth ISEkTRIOK July WIK caliortto Wyiuorn to an over tlx njioiiins of Mrs Sarah 3 fliuith nu elderly wonmi of hat city wlio viu fonnddfnd iu bed i at her rsiiioii Wyniriyc In tbnt slio Lad diml of CmciOO Inly 811110 native Bleerft average about ftteaity TtJllUM slow to lOc lower butchers atotili stctd7 to strong natives beat on Mils one carload at KM cood to prime poor to mc4inm lected feeders inlxed utochag 500 cnnner KOOJiSO bnOU Tftziw praan stoeM btiUa todai MCOO tomorrow BOMM eMlmatMt laft WOO IDs kmop cliBlng top iur uid bntetcni tJOu96B8 food to horw mnjh beaTrrMOKIWJ BUSJ 1 bulk of ftUcl HtOdteen1 lover good to ebotcfe HUX34M fair to dulled mixed learUnga t8CO3410 fri M Uubl weatero Umba L July V K renter Am hKvrr TiMtni BK duit Cruri Mllbn J tM KJKSU Cm oly Colon ton J tHyitse iretidcn of the City Gaj omnpurr and of tliU city cllitf it bto home terday uged 71 yuarg ifllitss Hearty all perished and the town was bnrned Tho news of the Manchuria disturbances is not regarded aa Justifying the nerions view attrib uted by the Daily Mail adrices Amur is boundary territory between eastern Siberia and Mauclinria The district has been the scene of local disturbances for a long time owing to the provoca tive conduct of tha Cossacks toward the 25000 Chinese employed in tho con struction of theKmisoifanchuria rail way The Amur military district was mo I bilized a fortnight 030 on a war footing j and it Is believed that the Eusaau forces there are 50000 men and 113 guna The governor general has cow ordered the troops on tho frontier to form a cordon Tho Russian papers demand retribution for Chinese audac ity in Manctioria but they hold to tho view that Russia most persovera in her resolution to avoid war Tho Chinese minister in St Petersburg has lisa vowed the events in Manchuria on be half of his government and has prom ised to make serious representations to Peking regarding the consequences that will follow if the hostilities there do not cense Several serious collisions have oc curred between the Chinese troops nnd the Cossacks One happened several weeks ngo when two Russian officers and 16 men were Tho extension of the Eoier movement Io Manchuria has resulted iu a great destruction to the railway compelling tho Russians to withdraw thair officials The Chinese tried to stop the Russian steamer Michael carrying ammunition and the steamer Selenga wilh the Russian frontier commission on board from passing np the river at Aignn They fired en the steameira wounding an officer and a faw men bnt the steamers reached Blagaveschcindt The local Chinese commander nfc Aignn seems to have teat thq a sort of ulti matum co quit Manchuria Tho Chinese according to the Daily Mails 81 FteterBboriT correspondent have throwti up fortifications and placed guns 13 miles from Aigun Tho Official cdvlces leave the inference that BkgOTjschensk is all in Russian hands BaBdan losses du ng the bombardment being only three killed and woundeii admirals to respect his ovra flag and to alijw him a safe conduct to Peking Ho was evidently exceedingly anxious abont tjie ministers for returning to the subject ho end my heart in sore about tSem I know them all perajnaJl and t am on the best of gpod terms witl them IJ Hung has Can ton This causeti the Utmost auiiety for the safety uf there one at pending tho arrival of a French gun boat of vclviH Clearing of 75c Wrappers Laaics Union Suits Apiece 26c Secretary Root and Secretary long weru able to make as to the force that fcfi thrown into China without the tliui cf additional Qoops by and aliw thi decideilly more feeling entertained by the idcnt and uieualKrs of his cabinet as to i the safety of Jtiaister Ganger and the other foreigners in feklng XUltUtu Vfaf Oupmtclk i TJt6 tcit of the dispatch received by Wu aod by him Liiii before fiay la ag follows utmost tavy mode responding to onr JuJy H Tien Tsin city elionjd be destroyed it would be ier yanl Mini gCKH per yiri liiWns at per yard 1 primed pii our cilParingpriri ioll it It pir j Just a Little Riffle on Prints FOII A WEEK 01 7000 yiinjn best gnnitR uortli limit 7 now per yard 1K10 yurils full standard funiy extra valnr per yitrd lOc 5c 3c 5c 5c 4c IN MEEVK 8 Dozen 2 9c Summer Corsets md Fincy either snioktM ir white dozen o SAV FRANCISCO July waa a btisy oae at the PresidioThe artillery branch was particularly affected aa orders were received to the day to mate ready for foreign service aa soon an possible The troops now at the Presidio will probably leive for the Orient about Anguat 1 and tho trans ports Mcadc and Hancock will bo used for their transportation One Boj StabM Aoolner PLATTSKOCTH July play Ing ball witli other boys last evening Tod OBrlno and Andrew Olson became engaged in a qoarrel and in tho misnp OBrine drew hs ImjfA imd Olson between the riVa OBrino placed in jail to await tL result of the wound which it Is feared may prove fatal The boys are about iS years of age Lalft isn July Urge wooden steamer Edwin Smith No a of Bnffilo caught tire last night about li miles off Avon Point in Lake Erie Sh will Iw ft total loss The crew escaped luonchiug the vawl boat and desertin tlic two liorges she was towinp to riitore the same In 100 years Request tae potfers to it the cuoseqnences would affect For Summer Comfort Making fcfctgn commerce Qjt la nanaferred to Cbinn fg Tioaioy of tnosuilt this to tto ministers Vff ofler I bales full Sonnci imtoii it Eari i IHr roll disnotch svhich ia dated July waa dhpod by Lin Knn Tiand Ohlh liong of Kvokin and Wa Chant Lly and also by director Of soil rants July Bev Dr secretoiry of the papal legation chat although no official advices have been received 99 concerning the of new sees at Sioux City la anil Aitouiia Pa it ia believeii thjt the aafhoritios of the in Bcm contemplate their crectloq at an early jute Coevd with tacir foanda tion tjie see of Omaha probably raised jo arctipiscopail dignity with 4c Oxfords Going at These Prices Muslim Underwear Special Values Juit Received Conin rail jlieB nicnly trlmiticil former nholesule price SOr our 1 prko OUC 30c COKrtET COVERS Qfcp 125 75c M75c lNK LOT lXHOrEl KMUROIDFUV told ut 10 VJi un yard porynffl thn JUILK TOILET SOAP bir 3c 8c Vutnerc it Tul Fu Loraox Inly tondi patch from Shanghai to tlic Daily Mai dated Monday a massacre occarrp Jaly D nt Tii Yatm Fu rJipital of th province of Shan Si 10 wiciKrs an 100 natiyf converts being killed CArpuH In PAPTLUOS Nob Jnly IS Slabaach has issued a writ of hobca corpnii in the insanity cajf itRainst Mrs Ftps rotnrnable Wday TELEGRAMS TERSELY TOLD Hon M B Peckenbaagb city treas oif Pittsfield Tlh and a promin ant politician dropped deed Tuesday Gencrol Hazen nncle o Brur adier General Hacen Mrs George Deweysjrst nnsfcsmJ js dead at thon tOHassa Fla after an iffiicaa of sereral SHUTS OFF FUOUR TRADE Two HxJu U amm Xmc WkMb Jnly Tito tronbtes ha wfll 4 nmed slonof oar trada ii W tnd other ccmmoditiag ffijd WUky long Kong reprenntattn at Mg California mffilng oonifmy DHM arrived irom tte ofaat Whoa tbft Hong Kong ba Ixrfnimi At but 000000 mn M Boa Koug thit oooM interior ROOO ror The who porohawd tt to to tha b Tie Woatern Tennia tournament Chicago was flnishld Tuesday by the plfflying of the finals in the doubles Alexander and Little defeated Collins and ret Thomaa D Cacill western roprrsau tailve he Cogaopolitoa Uagazuie TBSitiEed in the ftre thaTdelttoyed tte VehmorcT broom sots a Chicago The rtrite of the in New YcrkcaifUsUIroQ Aerp iaM of yhonj idle tlio srrite A proWnfc encarfH Io both dioL Kcarly entire rillagp of Salem W Va ttetrojti Bn Tneiday anan Mmai and an aUade Nfeb July two aonj of John Pcit tgea JO nnd 34 KLVUK living iiotib tl Hadar were drowiKxl ttigkt in a ilsii pond In Ihc IJMB il 1 110 u HH4fc hulk J Sl KW atoob Ouot of fell Hub The most IU4 hu em tbi tMUm aufie eight Tho hnlWnam u targe M eggs fell IWck ud with ter rific force puring tfcxmgh ininfkid bolUoigs aild in 009 to comini tbroogi the ceiling and bnakhw ttcrca Sidiaj on tMiii dlad bgudt wn er Otwenl ftwai O OW in ttoUlanvi ooort QQIO i Ltvcvtuut of Xtaillk Ky VIM mmimttt tu iff to ts pfcaent Incumbent Dt ittichard ScaiuulJ fir st orchbisliop Mlu on Trial Bim July conn room literally picied yesterday at the btitfiniucg of the preliminary trial Tessie Slorrison who id charged with murilfr of Mrs Owen Castte ho ifffS a bride of but a week and who was tlif daughter of Judge Wiley Miss also is of a well known fam ly ilamiltou and leydig Wiley irothiirTi of tic murlered woman mid udge Wiley are assisting County At ornej Bromtwcft in condqctinpr tbc rosefrctiou BEJIJIUI Minik July men jijt in fniic Bjil IjJso sty that i he cliief who caused he Leceb Lake outtruak lias joined be blanket Indim dancers that tlijs is cnuuikreil ominous bv the His has stirred up the voting buxiks who are Uuliuir tho nnd wlifi for hitilt It is the Canutiiui latiimis join thgm making n large hostile baud truciMMliay On WASHINGTON July follow ing dialed was reefived ett the maw FISHERS KNOX MLL Best of the Best W J Philippar Joly Oregon pissi SimoofSeki straits cm way Hnrc AH well Attack Laundry ViREB Dls Jnly Enraged at the ndv from China a mob yesterday ft ChisetK him uut eiJ thi ijsitire front of tie wilding Six woe tired a tha twoCnjjteoe Istwllbon efleti iirreJta iiavo jet taea faadt FnMi Aira Joly 18 Bon A W 8tCue jtulg died yesterday of cancer Be appointed district fan tge ferri rwld V Gitint In Tei Jnly The nnm of Jgftd auued by yesteittaya dond tent feiy tfiMSr te ElSree Aopie fcnova to periihad in he ini of ind f J ta bslijrtd hat aOgral campora in tbo Talley be Cojgotfttt aingbt in flood lib July time mt IB Io fom Corning Iowa I ALL HAVANA CIGARS Indorsed by connoisseiiirs because perfect in flavor and quality Try Knox All and note the difference ON SALE BV THE FOLLOWING DEALERS CORNING W J Wilson H E Ctrinli A K Madittm A Wotcnw F Shint Chas Heiirr Drag Starr Ir A J Bojd II ill Ouripbell Fiiber A Johnttoo H H Hill Geo Moatiddo S E Kcnjon S SChurch Scan Bignr A U Tamer 4 ifccs M D llacoa R F Tobbi Mr C C Hall Aakcny A Canniebwl UrOOKS JJrncc J M T ItfrrKrine Itros J GjUin TAMOS P C Kotjliui iKUi F MT ETSA U K S T Rsirr L M Jours C Trtllc K N School S K Porty iAEL PRESCOTT IWIHII v E iTnirtir Stall tVEYVILLE O T Mnsiy K Smilh XOHAWAY I J A Ciriffilh 1 T j Air 1oufilai t Mr Drew Hi jaioey A Dxvis i RJ u Hatt 3 Wanori iwterAw fcr MBpki of DM OUR NATIVE HERBS urf FARM LMKS AT S ftt CIHT trpaat nut LOST A fold MfMt with utick DIM al bM Knder will by Uii   

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