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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - July 26, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                VOLO1K XVIII COBBING ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 26 THE LAST DEEP CUT On Summer Stuff mi London Distrusts MacDonalds Message From Poking1 lOOKS FOE BAD NEWS FHOM HHETA The Last Two Weeks of Our Successful NG SALE j riv rake effect Monday July I50fli iiiiihiiiinti fhc liflVmit lots arc sold Goods At klirc Lnlicarilof Prices Talk about your Shoe Sales What About These DUpiiteh M Preloile to Coolliintlon r giitunexi Commcnderii lit Tlpn Tain al Kuagfl JHfScnlty ProvineSojionii LOXDOX Jnly Olancio Mac Donalds nesswte dated July 4 ap pealing for relief is regarded in London as only a prelude to the abuolan con firmuion of the massacre This is tho opinion of tho Jatiauesa minister hore Tho newspapers snggnst that th Brit ish ministers dispatch wan held back aud released about the same timo as Mr Congers undated message Al though tho American ami British forces arc working harmoniously tha 7ic oc1 2cl j AM nir luilits oxfnilp choke 1 Straw Mats Go 35c our cltililrinV clio riOind JI choice niul red 100 ure I Complete Clearing of the Shirtwaists 25c 4c 5c JlOD il y HIH TOc shin ill UOXKS OISAXOE JUICE TOIIKT three lurs in Q Fast Black Hose ITS NO st Accept or Reject Presi dents Terms at Once Farmer OatcakeSuppose I ihouid quit work wonlil you fclluwi Jo EXPECT PtRKWS TO GET IT lora llrpubllcnoB Think be SloazClty Editor Will Fill Qlmtf WAsinvoTOs Jnly at the national capital are becoming iaoro convinced every day that Governor Sliaw will appoint exSenator Georgo doxcn IiuliiV irul JUT pnir i LAMES SIKKVKIKSS i each STS4c COTTON MATTS RS qnostion of means of ri mnmnlcatioa bo twcen Takn nnd Peking gives evidence of jealousies between tho powers and other dispatches from Tien Tsin show tho language difficulty has been ham wring the military operations A dispatch to the Daily NOWB from Tion Tein dated July U unil describ ing tho fighting says Colonel Lls cnm mistook tho road find isolated General Dorward on n pre mature report from tho Japanese com mander that tho city had been enured ordered a general advance which proved a costly error Mnch valuable timo was lost and tronblo occasioned yesterday because the messeagers between Gencrn Fnku shima und General Dorwnrd dlil uot understand each otherB language Tho Tien Tsin correspondent ol the LANDSlitfE CAUSES WRECK Encineer ttnA Killed and SOT 1iiiMroeeri Injured LA CROSE Wis July Chi cago Milwaukee mid St Panl icisscn ger triiin Xo 3 was wrecked lit Kings Coolie near Wabasha Milin by run ning into n landslide at that place En gineer Hathaway nud Firemuii rhoma11 SlOni City to tho vacaDW weru instantly killed nnii evual by tho death of Senator fohn H sengcra who wri in the forward Glar Congressman Holl who is in the city meeting members o tufi titinal Republican mitteo and Chatrmao joteph W ijab cook said they believed Perkins had the icitide position and wooU probably be appointed If Governor Shaw had assur ance that Perkins wonW get out of tbe coaches were injured Home seriously The track runs between high bluffs and the Mississippi river between St Panl and La Crosso and the heavy rains loosened a vast amount of earth on a steep blnff which gave away shortly before thc train came along Trains passing there only a short timo before way for him whcn ne legislature con royorl no trouble ciccpt a soft track A j wrecking train has been sent to thc ficeno from here veaed to elect the sue ruTor Open Alliance Wllfc KaflunJ PraLADELPHA Joly the beliei that an open alliance with Great Brit ain would bo an excellent thing for tho United States u society has been formed in Philadelphia composed of many men powerful in the financial aud political world The first meeting of this or gauization which is known as the TransAtlantic society of America wao hold abont one week ago The pro ceedings wuro kept secret but yester day tho fornid of tho organization bo mrno known through the application for a charter In this application the offl oers are given as follows F Stuart Patterson president Thco 0 Search at TOrh Toiju Neb July eighth annual tournament of the Volun teer Fireiaena associatlan opened here yesterday wfth the grand firemens pamde ttams representing Pavld City Kearney Grand Inland Premont Stan ton Wilbur Stronwtarg AJBance Broken Eow and York portkipatlag A prits banner valued at 1100 waj award ed to Scward for the largest department in attendance The throe cash prize and offered tat bait ap pearing team and apparatus WWO woe by David City Sawari and Grand Isl and respectively TCBN mm Til 1C Cn Iti i in cnnii or rli1 ll of th i irpoii Poifnnfl Dlt Prom Hunt In New NEW YORK loly was no relief for suffering Nuw Yorkers yestor day In fnet it was hotter than Mon Populisms Refuse to In thcr ffa3 bronzc I buness houses closed during tho nfter i or him as Senate c KE1CH T K treasurer Thomas O Kuanff secretary Tho society is similar to one formed in Hngland known as tho Atlantic union Daily Mail says that whoa the Ohlneso regulars saw tho Boxers who led tho I attack being killed thoy begun to re tiro Ho asserts that the admirals havo decided that it will bo useless to inovo toward Peking without at least 00000 men In an editorial referring to this statement the Daily Mail comments on the American proposal to advance with 7000 men It says Wo liuvs learned in Africa how duugcrons it Is tj doipiso our enemies nnd in the interest of civ ilization wo do not wish to seci such a ICun DO tJPLYTO MEDIATIOB TiMlrlTclj Safety of It freilriect to Artt AA Maitr TubUo Jaly state do is again in a waiting attitude China It lisa frankly and fully answered tho Chi ompcnwB fer mediation tle given publicity makes it appear that the next is for the Chiueso government It ia to accept or reject our terms At 0nce and In either the answer tiding of tho lilate of af fnys Bit Peking nnd the wfrffaire of tho The belief is not concealed tliat the chances for siiceettful me eiearlng Sales single are slight least one of tbe powers la nailer strong snsplclon hero of acting and without regard to BCuti mentor anything moie than the material of consldemtious It is here that this power ia qniotly raeaanrcs to drop ont of the at Tien Tato and conduct o cam j on its own hook against Peking ana inspected that this power is qlroiidy moriua troops toward the Will be fittingly celebrated this sfov 1st will notfind a article in stock that should have been sold lfv Hint rime How are we Koinv to accomplish that result Anybody that known anything about goods will know liinc linjoain that every article we place on sale if Ladies Sunfconnets he 1ollowing is the corrotpondencc beuvcen thn present of die United State and emporor of China of China tt HSa Excel Iclcf tile President of tho TJialtcd States ng Jhlnii lias long maintained rclatlijiM with tho Dnicj1 States U deeply conscious thflt the oblect of thi Cnited Sltfttc4 Is Intcrniational com e Neither country ciitcrtulnB the toward the otlicr Rtcent of mutual antipathy between low Will Call For DES MOIXES July board of control yesterday decided to advertise for bids ou ill Cherokee Im provements together and to do It this fall so thin the work may begin early next spring Senator of Ohero Itce introduced the bill which resulted n lnG unanimous appropriation of MATTOCK nisrjcly per W60000 w complete the big hospital at sons and n team of horses were Mlled at fttt The to adver the Broadway crossing of the Illinois Central railroad in this city today Thomas Bartlef was driving a cab and William Eoscly was on tho seat with T i E II Waller a sum v by lie I molwd to patient was in the heathen Chinee A botch of Ijcn Trio dispatches are I nun to work in thc streets after 2 p m There were 25 of lictit prostrations iu Grintir New York Four persons died from the effects of the heat and on Toj fm KTSOI1 who hud been overcome aud taken ton hospital committed suicide For or Altor lesson retail tn intry of the Americans and lie Jap anese Tho Standard correjpoudint mistake iu underestimating the fightiag rapacity of tho Chinese whose fire was really terrific lie expressed some I lisa for bids on the complete work Inwn Crop DBS MOISES July qper atioas hare been retarded ty weather and clondlnew Cud to Oat ho people and Christian missions he i re Ign powers to view With suspicion he foshion of tbe imperial government as e to hi ioople nnd prejudicial to with cho Ksuji Uiat thc Taku ri attacked an4 oaptunxt Cdn y ttuxe ha3 been cludUng of with cakimltous oonscqtioncos Thc bcctmie more ami more seri ns oiid crltlil Wii have jusl received memorial from our envoy Wu Jong uml It Is highly gratifying to I s tf that tie United tscates gov1 jot having In view the iFricndly re S between tlio countries hn n Interest in thc pr3Cnt situa Xow China by thb lireslst have been sold all cnvr tovin for a piice 12 CENTS lliej Shirt Waists The Overflow 1 3011 bought yimuiliiiiijii suited in fit iml rins Maybf you paid a tl 48c buys it now Crash Skirts Ihiv is whriv we showed tlif good iiliai value all season We are go wfll ing hi the priceon flipse llipii half dollar ones to just 35 CENTS 72 Ladies and Misses Sailors Mens Straw and Crash Hats some worth upwards of 7fi rents Take your pick for 12 CENTS wlieii 1 rents will bnj that Triiiiis no rnls hats for ft vins Iach tion able c3urac of events Isaa nnfortunately incKff d wellnlgh tuUvcreol kidlgaation For gittllni the prtwsnH difficulty Chlnn relkrnce In United tbls Eaeaango to TOUT In nil jOcccrtty and candldnca hope tfcut jtaf nill tKVUif mjasurvi oncl take tho liiltlattve In brtoftjagfthrnto ccoccr of tlw ijowcri for Kstorrtion of order and peace Thc fncoir of 1 klmi ivply Is earnestly n iuu awaitwl with the greatest Yours for a bigclearing sale THE OVERFLOW very greatly the losses muses by tion ihi anil pritptrty of A tneri giving promise of moro than an average surnStow S Jnlr John C Meyer doubt nbont the ability of the lilies to othlcte of national fame yeiterday July 35 The 1ra in Hie CHICAGO Jnly 17Former Bonier i aro A Pinljen jiresident of the i Ceutnd TrnJt mid Savings bank fiiilwl iu 1SOO was iouiid guilty yesicr hold the positions captured unluss It thttt i a fnini in tho interest of tile turning it iiini of Jerry y Iho IqnJIst couventon he desired to go bo the iitst lepisbtnrc in the ovent of fusion mccpss at tho polls with the Definite inrlnrsompnt of he stuto con eutiou for United States senator His lirst fight r me bef re tho committee on i iiiia licre i f imd rccolvinfj a sin to tickI deposit in his kink after it had become insolveut Tho jury recommended thtit Paulson be iniiik to pay a flue and bo H to the penitentiary lld From INilioulni MonunLv Mo July Austin an orphan bny hero with his grandmother Mr Maliudn Hnltz died Euddiiily ycstcnltiy A post mortem examination hdd by the coroner do hauls of silver were made by tho allies tho metal being carried away in buckets and the Chinese calmly assisting The Shanghai correspondent of tlae Times telegraphing Monday says In au interview today Li Htmg Chang re iterated his statomont thn t if the M9n clm party had been guilty of the horri ble treachery invoked in a mis5acrc of i the of tho legations bo won absolutely rcfnse to attempt to negot undertook to swim from Alton to St Louis under wager ro accomplish tha 27 miles in five honrf He swim ming in strong winning form at tho 17th taile whim a violent Etorm passed over and swamped the loat carrjing the timer mid life saver The accident forced Meyer to abanlou his attempt to reach St Lonid He made tho 17 miles in three hours Bnd twenty minutes and was going briskly when thc storm Ilrply of Tht president of the United States to thc Eulperorof Chlnn Orcctlnpj 1 hare njijerttys mtAfiijrs of thc lpe pl J row the tart stnt tha tt SLJnttol BCatettitedn uT yiekl thc ard there he was successful for velopeil thnfuet that he died of arsenical ne committee ixportcd a rule bringing in tlio question of a senatorial indorse ment by the convention In the con vention there was trong opposition to t ills departure from tho usual custom md in thv heat of tao debate Mr Simp on took theilobr ml urged his own isniiidaiy He was Utter in tho do iunciitiin of some of his opponents naking chtirges oi bosslsm and iho sooi in an tiproar The vitTcd from tlio plat firn ntiiiii riid hisses Wlien iViic riii n indorsement of was Kfuseil by a major ity o nearly twoth rris Kiithcr i the conventions iccom nuiih at y srcrilnys sessions and there liis bocn us yet no dcflnlto poison His life wns insured for in two companies There havo been no arrest Control Ovrr 1 Lnw LEXIMTOX Ky July Tho pre parations huve been compLOled for hold ing the Democratic state convention hero tomorrow There will uo doubt bo a contest over n proposed plank in the platform for thc amendment of tho Goebel election law mid this promises to be tlie feature of the convention agreement rn to fusion The Populists are no imposing lii proptisitiou to nri o md otevensou electors inl tliis bj don 3 if au agreement be nijhiil for ailivisiou of tlio eUtto A 1 lare lionr last night the thfeo au tvgree b incrilid ta rliu extent of pir iniiiiiif th Prmulist o uaniiDatid of for associutejustico lornhkh tliy will surrender lo tlio EuMiicritil officeofattornc Tlirot Chlldrcu Klllril X Y Jnly of stiim tubo conncct ii 7it rhe boileii the steam yachl Trilby jwned and commanded by Frl L of Scrrila OsMfgo eounty children lost their lives tm frightfully scnldal und three wcro more or lejs bunnd Thedcid are Miss Isti Sjiiiik n old Miss Gladys 7 Kru Splnk 2 ycass Heroli liie is despaired of but Let clsvatot on the Island opposita iinpMii street Tha el wero vulnod at i total loss Thecausa kirnod Theivatou hiL au hour before thit every Thert was uo e fire Starch Si July pcrriitcnt rumor loat thrt Attoriipy Ooctral Smyths mova ivill bo directed against thi Starch Manufacturing cninpon sbrafkii Ciiy controlled by tho j The Argo f is ssd to hnv cast iu its lei i combine and to haw ill lock in for its plant it it in iudiciilcd will form tbe basil In attorney Hmwmlt ytiui U TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Colonel Edward Ii WilllBtou Sixth artillery lias been placed on the retired list Two steamers of the Colombian revi lutiouary party wore seized at La Gnnyra by tho government A wide section of Honduras is being devastated by a flood which started the mouiitaius about 10 days ago H M S Pheasant and learlns lot Victoria JJ C Tuesday to patrol Be ring sea during tiio scaling season Sheriff Gnrrcttof McDonald county Missouri wis sliCtimd killed by George Fisher at Southwest City Tuesday Fisher vas under nrresr Governor Crano of Massfiohnssettt Tuesday signed tile bill nnthorizing the Jcasc of the Boston and Albany railroad to the New York neutral Voter with 3poucejin the saddle won the test handicap at Brighton Beach Tuesday in worlds record timefor t mile on a circular track Former Governor W O Bradley Tuesday declined a formal tender of the Republican cougresslouil nomination from tho Eiijhth Kentucky district Judge Advocato Lcmlcy has returned a decision to tho effect that the presi dent has autiiority to appoint more second lieutenants in the United States marine corps General IX 5Henderson speaker of the house is in Taoouiu Ho is On his way to LojAngelei and is first visiting Washington and Oregon the only two the union he has not previously shah of Persia ar rived in Si PelerrtirKiir Tuesday Ho was weloorced at tlio mlvntj ntatlou by Emperor Nlcliokui and other of tho imperial family wlio greeted him cordially Will Attjmd CincAao Jnly iSi3olonel WlUlam J Bryan lies eooeptod in invitation to attend the national enaunpment of rhu Grand Anoy ii tka city neat Angtmt Obucral John Or 31adt chairman of tho committee on luvitwiou recoivedl thia formal acceptuico jtiHtordKy wt tling a question onir whkh theia hail been considerable controversy tho tsungliyanien was to memoriali the empress dowager to revietual tl logationers and then arrange Co sen them to Tieu Tsin under tho escort General Ling He declared that th fighting had ceased nnd that t foreig troops were holding a position sonth o the Ya Ilun river while General Fa Sings forces were on the north REPORT RAUWAY CLEAR Ilno Slightly Damaged but Comtnunlen tlou Will Soon Hi Keitoreth Loxuox Jnly official dh patch received here from Cape Town dated Jnly 23 says Thc rallwa northward is now clear of Boers Th lino is slightly damaged bnt will eoon be clear Captain Fowler proceeds to morrow to repair tho telegraph Tho supplementary estimates neco tjitntod by the prolongation of tho wa in Sonth Africa amount to making a total of voced Joi this purpose and bringing the tola army estimates up to letter from Brit 1th HJoliter LONDOX Jaly foreign offlss haa received a dispatch from tho Britiiih consul at Tien Tsin dated July 21 stnt ing that he had just received a letta from Sir Clando MacDonald the Brit fab minister at Peking and dated Jnly 4 appealing for relief There wen enough provisions at the legation to lairi a fortnight tho letter said bnt the gar rison was unequal to thc task of hold ing ont against a determined attack for many days There had been 44 deaths und abont doable that number wonndecl Bchvudeit by a Train LONG PIXE Neb Jnly an tnowii man was fltand doad under th3 csirs iu the switch yard at Long Pine lupposed to bo a tramp Both feet ami sis head were severed from tho bctdy Keati Appointed to Dubnqoo Sioux CITY Jnly In o letter Llrected to his city EOT J Eirby a f the Ca f B Dr W amity ol Washington says taltimorc heart of xiantry told him thai T Koan had been f Dnbaqnc of DraMonres July tin atervention of providence Miilutijr nas escaped fsry of the Ohl nso and if bo sliall live ariti Cornell Itcmnvcii 1IU Iljn July Oomoll has tacked clear down from his attempt to shut out Illinois fraternal insaranra associations from doing bnsinosa in No biaslta on account of the hostile action of the Illinois insurance leprutracat relative tit admitting Nebraska com panies in that state and Ueensea which havo been held up since April 1 were sent ont yesterday In Trial GEOKOETOWN Ky Jnly testimony taken in the Powera trial yesterday was meroly corroborative of what hod been told by previous witnessthe ronrt to es It is stated that Henry Yontsey is Tho not tho star witness whose identity is said to have been kept a secret by the pronecnjion The prosecution an nounced that It will take until Satur day to conclude tho hearig of direct testimony on tliat side Dad Elk to Die Siocx FALLS S D Jaly Bad Elk a Sionx Indian who woe con victed over a year ago of the murder of an Indian policoman en the Pino Ridge reservation and senteii ed to be hanged but who was granted a new trial by thc United States enpromo court was yes terday taken from jail to tha city hospi tal He iffiu the lost stages of con sumption and can only live a short time longer llloeirfl May Strike SciiANTOx Pa Jnly tatives of tho workmen of seven Dela ware and Hudson collieries in North State nwtM ID JmtAr NEW LONDON Mo Jury state rested its case in tho trial of Alex ander Jester for thc murder of young Gttteii yesterday and f G Cullen chief counsel for the defendant petitioned the court to find the defendant not Ion was promptly overruled and the cage most be con tinned and Ollphant mot last night and decided to go on shrike next Thurs day if tho company does not before that time accede to demands for a readjust ment of wages Tho strike should it come will throw Idle 4000 men and 3oya Sioux CITV Jnly Chairman Van Wagcneu yesterday closed the incident of Coramltteemau Wards call for an Eleventh district convention by issuing a new official call Ho recognized the location and rlate of tho premature ct to avoid confusion and the convcntic will bs held at Cherokee Aug 1 In th nf rljllts by treatj 111 lnrrnari inal LHT The urv puilirLy ilicLinil ijy nil the landed nillituv In implrc to Innr finm ytmr iiiiliLfutorswho hinv ills of China who hjvi mur AttHelt Boon Jnly new element las entered into the South African cam mign with the receipt cf the news that General Oarringlon wilJihlJ EhodeiBan force has had his first fight attacking be Boers and carrying iheir position on Selous river Monday after a sharp en gagement General Harrington lost wo killed nnd 1Q woundodf VEXTUKA Cal Jnly rom the easfern part oi this county ol he drowning of five persona in Wileys ake The dead are Mrs Byron H Wiley aged 40 years A Wiley dangh ir of Mrs B H Wiley aged 18 years JM Fosliun aged 19 years Broder k a young man unknown boy aged 3 years TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Edward Banell andBirtT Jnauingi laborarm urerokfllad hy foul air In a veil at thd O F O diaiJQery at Kcvok Fiilip E Wiutm af hiu qpon K of Scmtor Tlmrifco ten appointed to u uriitont tutomtf In the interior iBfutauat Hoop Genera Maniigor Cla IjAHSHAirTOWN la Jnly Ge eral Managnr Thonuw E Clark of I Iowa Central has resigned a circular that effect being issued yesterday 1 F Day vice president and manager the Minneapolis and St Loula will sti ccetl him No other changes aro con templated says Mr Day low Van Klllurt br Train CEDJJI RAPIDS Jnly In gcltiu off a train last night at Mount Vernal Victor Hahu aged 28 stepped in iron of a passenger troiu coming from th opposite direction and waa instant killed He had been here to drill wit company O of which he was a member Thoma lion Ko Opposition Cm July Judge tot Thomaii of Storm Lake will bo renorn inatcd for congressman by the Eleventh district Republicans at tho Storm Lek convention today He has no oppcai tion and nearly all counties LL the dis trict hare infltmc ted for nlrrj sg to the ntatamdnts of prominent poll Lixcoui July E Benjamin Andrewe wlfc of Andrewsi arrived hero last night Chmoallrr Andrews is noRr in Chiiago but in here next weak bo appointed by Governor Shav to succeed Senator Gear Uimtr L Stout Dftt DDBCQEB Jnly 18 Scary L a mllUSatlrv loicbarmui dijd C He ow pf tho jiigssi day lumber dealers in tho MisfiisEippi And was a piocotuof the northriist He mayor of Babnqijo in 1B60 and OOB of tho Incorporators of the and Dakota railroad m uuoautiaa tliAt itiey will not sign the toit piet tinted by the auafilatioD and thAt thsy will toko the same podtic n in the rout tet ia the Bepnblki Iron toA Sfeel com pany Some time ago Mus Anna JoccJ of ManjBt Book acddeitly wollow ed a lizard while djinldnj water Friv qneutly thn raptlle olimbtd np in iwg bnt hid touted at ejectment rooOfj irftar eomtUainiiig if a clukiag DES MOIXES July o AgiicnlmnJames Wilson was perma nent chairman of tho Tame county pnblicoti convention held at Tuna yes terday He spoke at considerable length largely on ejrparndon TELEGRAMS TERSELY TOLD Hux Gnus tbe paJntcr who u KD Amotlcaia citlzoo been expellee from Prtudt Pitaidimt Cutro baa omeially nro alalinsd lihe of tbroaghiut tbe rejmbBe ol Timinitli AUlpoutlcal gitemenbavabaaii avttew Siobud Gwdnw ncgic wbo mn al ObilBcotlM P Itat montilt en onnuiit of tbe Bthel Long Taenter aatanoM to dtaMh PWtMt Vfttty bUheew at Pott Blob mood 31 Tottday night wad Tl TWBHe wus potauter of New York city dnrmg Gnats flrM term At tan lake track it Oliuln9 Mid Okna Tttrrille dt fan nrand off the record1 Jot one mile on motif tenden Tbe mfle WM made Ii I3al A dtnateb from Idmtd ag Hu HoMdnodk oanco thii fhrthlB totup aa Jtoly IBM DO gnoboM CWbo it On thr torbeq dered he minister of Germany and of the Japancao legation and who hold In Peking theS foreign dlplonLatUts whp fitill uatvive have noc nnly not any fu off or from your majesty but arc actcnlljIn rcbellkaj against tho Im perial If this bo tho case I most urje ripoa your govorrjjj3crit to plvo public the foreign rnlnldticra an alive nnd If in ivhat Xadltlon i 9 TO pat the diplomatic rcpnscntu tlTos of tihn powers In Immediate awl free MFmmipfcitlon with their rNpectlvc gov nnd to remove nil danger to1 their Uycuand lltxrrty i 8 placa tha imperial authorities of China comiimnlcaUon with thi relief cdlyon cnopcratloD may be sc cured lxtwccn thum for tlw llbcroitlon of thc lcftacioners the protection of dmign i ers the of order j If objcnN aro nncompllsha It ij the bei of this government that no ohj cles fnuml to exist on tho part I of thc powers to an amtenblo settlement j of nil tpc a tiostlons iirtsinu out of tho rei cent and the friendly good offices i of this jjorTOrnrocJit will with the anaont of thc ijfhtr pwers chcerfally pLiceJ at you disposition for that pur pose 4 alum Sell July 23 Jtrsi y wife of tho clerk of the department of thia lingtot mad at this place is seriously and pogjihly fatally ill aa the result of a in the adninistoriug o med icine A physicinn left two Ksrts of tableta one of Corrosive 3ubHnuti to KNOX of the Best ALL HAVANA CIGARS Indorsed by connoisseurs because perfect in flavor and quality Try Knox All and note the difference ON SALE BY THE FOLLOWING DEALERS CORX1SO WJWilson II K Christie A R Madison A Amos F Sbinii Dr Chas Henry Potter Drug Store Dr A J Sails IHve Bojil Fisher t Johnalon II H Hill Knotrlefi Geo iroolalilo S K Kenycj N S Clinrcli Scott t IJicgar A II Turner Downing Sono S R F Tnbbs C C Hull Ankcnr fc Carmichiol Bruce Miirsli PerfKrixe Urns 7 M J IJiiJ n C Rodman S T llarr M E Jaikson 1 M inn J F Miiriiiit Tliw Xipc f Tnttlo MT EISA I K X P inny DrakttDav ntESCOTT Hnlhen t Davis E Itirhtic smll 1VEYVJME iT M77T F W fimilli i XODAWAV 7 A iriflilh T Enra Mr JloufilllB Mr ht Qiiiney R 7 CnuKer etHilt OFFICERS SHOT BY NEGRO Crowd or Him I nchlnz Wilt Follow Optuni Joly Police Cap tain John T Cay aarj Policeman be nsaj aii a disinfectant and the other 3lorab ore dead apd Polloernan Ang an remedy A few hoari Mora is jp hospital siiffcilng jie leturoert and foonil tiut Me tcom throe wonnds the resolt ol an cn of the AM8t8 or coiToaiTC snblimnte eountor last night with two eight as hod teen administered br I negroes Leonard Pierce and uotert the by raistako as they had bee placed OTIOQ a Cable without IxLn nigit HJasj Jot 23 H iOraper at Irwt Wmhington a letter ten redgnacfeti ta United Jitatja to Ovaeial made Btatamcnt an to the reajioua he laa for Diking this step more than that us lib borne reqoin8 jies ence Potent The the postal thkivcs In Cu tM tlMHcogglsig war In the Philippines he ol congress the th tC mllttartem the AngloAmcr can alliance the Nlcangoa canal reocbory tbe abuudomacnt of Auorl can In Ptirto Bko and the of tte to tratitth am bdpinir to waft Utddnte Nrir la to Out we IIIIM Tlw TcdSy the xngli i foiling aromid tn the wett ureurlDc a fierce land tnruil Uiroaih irlilcti In la Charles Tbe officers wcro attempting to tbe two negroes when the latter opened are A fusillade followed during which Policemao Mora waa severely wounded Keroe finally eurrendcred bot Cbariles tlioogh wounded escaped Charles iras traced and found later in the night by a wjuid of officers The negro shot bis way through the officers killing Itoy uicl Lamb and again escaped The ehooting has caused great excitemsnt and 100 police and a crowd of citi zens armed with revolvers shotguns and rifles an searching for Charles who will donhtlees be killed on sight Follaenwn Catcbep a Fltu St lams Joly Policeman John J Bridwell of the First district lias been tried and fined by Judge Chirk in UM court of aimtnal eorreeHoo iin dor aa indictoMtt lAazirJaw malidctu opprtailon ID Captain Swoiiel J Boyxl of OtOat baa beta arraigned for trial nnder an obargtng him with opprcwion gnw out cf tjie same cam Both pewontof tlat arreBt and detentkm at Kn Annie Bachley wife of a OMnber of poue oanutntiu T 9 teattmony ww that DncUeyi only fanltwM ridngonlheoanof theSi Transit oompsuy Jtao 17 and rhatibewu followwl aboot by a roem bar of tha potn oomlMiK who outltd to Akron Colo to be known as tho Akron Sterling ondi Northern These papers bore the signatures of officials of the Burlington rood Today an amend ment to these articles was uled per mitting the bailding of n line from thn head of Valdox bay in Al i 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