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   Emmetsburg Democrat (Newspaper) - June 20, 1900, Emmetsburg, Iowa                              EMMETSBURG. IOWA, 'WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20. 1900. IOWA HAPPENINGS. Men Elected President. 'v'Ia" Synod elected of Carded the cou- the new court x Building -'pom- Minneapolis for "Tea were submitted. Indorse Dolliver. v was yesterday by acclamation by the Re- of Addrej.e. Student.. commencement exercises of W6re h6ld here George A. MacLean of the State university of Iowa delivered the address. Sixty-one students received dplomas, the largest claBS ever gradu- ated from the college. erages the r' Ia" June The Soo Gun club's 51zth annual tournament closed here yesterday. O. A. Linder- S-'Sr0! -S' Neb" and H- J- Steege of Waterloo tied for the day's highest with 166 out of a pos- TW general highest of. the tournament, eight men shooting 160 or better. Central. June 16.-It was an- pounced here today that the Fort Dodge Oma Omaha road has been sold to the and Siqui: City Eailroad com- Wr rfad that the road was then leased to the HUnois Central. -The consiaera- -bon is not stated. The which has just been, completed, cost and Illinois .Cental a continuous r Orleans to Omaha, and arrangement with the jfct Dfis JtoE8-3Ipi2rBS.. June a boxing Jiere Jast night Philadelphia Jack O'Bnen defeated Jack Lewis of Denver in the seventh round, in which IrfJwis was floored four times by short "hooks over the stomach, kidneys and heart. Clarence Forbes and Jack Ryan fought a six-round draw. Harris was given the decision over Bud Casey in the third round. Walter Nolan knocked out Eddie Grant- in the fourth round. Eight hundred persona saw the contests. general of the United States .has ruled fciat the money order business of ex press companies is an incident to their business aiid that snch companies are not liable to taxes the same as banks be it "Resolved, That we ask our senator and representatives that in any modifi cation that may be made of the revenue law that banks be taxed no higher than other concerns doing a competitive busi Kd Trotter Wins ChampionJhfp. Sioux CITY, June Trotter o Kiiigsley won the interstate champion ship in the Soo Gun club shoot yester day. Trotter, Steege, Kline and Boyc tied and in the shoot-off Trotter won vrith. 19 straight. Walter I. ftroiih Is Named. COUNCIL BLUFFS, June The Re publican convention of the Ninth con- gressional district yesterday nominated by acclamation Judge Walter I. Smith of this city to succeed Hon. Smith Me Pherson of Red Oak, appointed to the federal bench of the Southern district of this state. To Examiner Clerk's MOINES, June Governoi yesterday appointed Jesse A. Miller, of Des Moines to investigate and report to him -the rumors coneemlhc the conduct of the clerk of the supreme court in. alleged retaining of fees for copies of opinions and other records and, documents belonging to his office. Convention at Creston. WSTON' la-, Jmie Commencing next Tuesday and continuing for three days the State Sunday School associa- tion will hold its convention here. Ar- rangements are being made by the local committees to entertain about 600 dele- gates and visitors. Professor Alexander will lead the singing with a choir of 300 voices. The session will be held at the Methodist Episcopal, church. It is the 35th.annual convention. Drake University Remembered. DES MOIKES, June Former Gov- ernor Drake of Centerville, who was here attending the commencement ex- ercises of the Drake university, yester- day announced chat he had made the university a joint heir, with his five children, in his will. His property ia valued at and the universitv win receive Governor r ra has already contributed in va- rious benefactions to promote1 the insti- tution. Swine Meet. DES MOIXES, June The State Association of Swine Breeders and the Rational Association of- Expert Judges aSjonrned yesterday' afternoon two days' session. Both cdnvemtions will meet in Des Moines during the jnonth of June next year. The na- tional association elected officers yes- terday morning as- President A. ,M. Caldwell, New Holland, ms secretary, W. M. Lambing, West Lib- erty, Ia. New Candidates In DES IMoKTES, Juno new names were being circulated among the politicians today as candidates for sec- retary of state. Representative Letts of Lonisa county and Hanford of Fiord are both being discussed as possibilities. Letts was a Gear man this winter and comes from the Morrow territory, but 'he is being urged; by the fanners of Louisa county rather than by the Mor- row managers. Hanford is a Charles City man and generally known through- out Ho is also anti-Gilbert- son. SpanUh War Veterans Organize. Sioux Crnr, June number of the young men of Sioux Citv -who en- listed in the volunteer army in the late war with Spain have begun the organization of n local branch Of the Spanish-American War Veterans' association. Lieutenant Harry D. Chap- man has been made president of the temporary organization and Lieutenant Colfax .Mahoney secretary. As soon as possible a charter will be secured from one of the national organizations and the local veterans will then form a per- manent organization. BANKERS END COVENTiQN. Iowa Men Klest and Im- portant DBS MorxEs, June. Iowa Bankers' association yesterday elected officers as follows'and ended its conven- tion: President, B. B. Huxford, cashier cf the Cherokee State bank; vice presi- dent, C. B. Mills, president of the State Security bank, Davenport; secretary. J. M. Dinwiddlo, cashier Cedar Rapids Savings bank; treasurer. L. F. PcUor, cashier of the First National bank, Oak- land. Two important resolutions adopted unanimously, as follows: "Resolved, That it is the sense of the fowa Bankers' association that the present federal bankruptcy law has ac- complished all that its most ardent ad- vocates can wish and that its further re- tention as a federal statute is a menacu to the business of tho country, depriv- ing ninny honorable .business men of the credit their integrity and business ability would entitle them to because of its use by the unscrupulous and tbat wo "advocate its spowly repeal by congress "In view of the fact that the attorney Hnllrond in DES MOISES, June The Iowa Loan and Trust company has become trustee for the Gulf and Manitoba rail- road, which is a Minnesota corporation organized for the purpose of a railroad from Duluth to the south, and has been granted a trust deed for 000.000 to cover an issue of bonds which will be issued for che purpose of build- ing the road. A corps of engineers ie said to be in the field in different part- of Iowa and Minnesota, surveying the most suitable route for the road from Duluth to Kansas City, which are the proposed termini of the road. Under the trust deed some bonds have alreadv been issued and disposed of for the pur- pose of commencing operations on the road and bearing the first expense. PROHIBS NAME TICKET. State Convention Conclude. iu Seulon at nes The I'Utforiu. SAFETY OF PEKIN Greatest Anxiety the Legations and For- eign Residents. All Sorts of Rumors Ire Cur- rent but Nothing Of an Au- thentic Nature. Fonr Chinese Torpedo Boat De- stroyers Captured by Brit- ish at Taku. p. S. DC.MJJYV MHA. A. E. McilrjnRAT i A. COA.TES MOIXKS, Jnno 14.-The Prohi- bition state convention concluded its session yesterday, after namintr the above candidates, Tho platform advocates the prohi- bition of the manufacture and salo of intoxicatingliqUprs; commends conjrress for passing the canteen Uw and Secre- tary Long for its enforcement in the navy, but condemns tho attorney gon- eral s Construction of it and the presi- dent s acquiescence therein, It favors equal suffrage for women. FINALLY KILLS HIMSELF. Relnhart.Who HU Wife, Kb JTngnUr Vela With Sioux Crrv. June Rein- hart, a wealthy landowner, who mur- dered his wife of two months last Wednesday and then tried to kill him- ont his yesterday at Odcbolt by severing his jugular vein with a razor. Pie died a few moments after committing the deed. The con- stable who was in charge of him had left the room for a few moments Al- though he hnd shot himself in the lungs twice at the time ho murdered his wife, the crazed man stron.tr enough to rush np stairs, take a razor from a trunk and cut his throat It was understood he would be prosecuted for killing his wife and he expected to be put in jail. SHANGHAI, June consulates fcava received no communication from the legations at Pekin since June Hand the greatest anxiety prevails as to their safety. There are innumerable rumors, but there is nothing of an authentic na- ture. Stones purporting to describe the sifc- nation at Pekin June 17 merely reiter- ate previous accounts. The viceroy of Naking has taken vig- orous measures to prevent a rising in his district. Sensational rumors are current that Tien Tsin has been burned by the Chi- nese soldiers and that Yulu, the viceroy of Chile, has fled from his province in order to escape degradation. THE FIGHTING AT British Ship. C.pture Fonr Tnrpedo Boat LONDON, June war office has received the following message from the officer in command of the first cruiser Eudymion: "Lieu Kun Tan, June Taku forts opened fire at 1 in tho morning of June 17 on the ships of the allied squadrons. After a 6-hour en- gagement the forts were silenced and occupied by the allied forces. -Additional men for storming the forts were sent from, the ships the previous afternoon. The British ships up the river en- gaged, were the Algerine, Fame, (torpedo boat destroyer) and Whiting (torpedo boat The two latter captured four Chinese tor- destroyers. .The casualties were slight. Those of the and others are un- known. 'A Chinese second class fly- J an admiral's flag, is detained out- side Taku by allied admirals. of Oommim'der-in. Jtnet beymour's return to Tien Tsin had been received by the rear admiral up to 3 in the afternoon of June 17 I am sailing forthwith for Taku." An agency dispatch from Shanghai dated June 19, says three of Taku forts were completely destroyed and most of he garrisons were killed or wounded iy a charge of sailors of the fleets. PEKEv STILL ISOLATED. of the Diplomatic Corp, foreign i Unknown. i June from the jterman official dispatches the Ameri- can ships took no part in the bombard- ment of Taku forts Snndav morning Jo news has yet been received here of he relief of the legations at Pekin, and Europe's attention is centered far less n tho overwhelming display of naval orce at Taku than on the fate of dip- omatic staffs and GOO cosmopolitan res- dents guarded by a handful of inter- national marines within the legation jonnds. There has been no news since une 14. Rumors that as the man- datory of the _JtOro order in China, was revived in a dispatch from Yokohama. Berlin dispatches intimate that Germany will not object to Japan sending troops, while Great Britain will endorse the plan with avid- ity, though perhaps only secretly. The Japanese legation in London has official information of dispatching of troops. In the meanwhile the British are dispatching six native regi- ments, besides artillery, from India. The revolt is spreading in'Western China, and Slim Suits Short and Stout Suits Extra Size and Regular Suits WE HAVE 'EM ALL I We can We can We can We can We can i the long; man, the short man, the stout man, the lean man, any kind of man, In a Suit of Clothes; or Shirt, or Hat, or Collar, or Tie, or Pair of Trousers, or Underwear, or Shoes, or Hose, or Sweater, or Bicycle Outfit, or any other thing- in Wearing- Apparel. EMAETSBURG.IA. SUCCESSOR TO KAUFMAN BROTERHS. j H. W. BEEBE, Manager. One Price Clothiers. Try Grain-0! Try Omin-O! Ask you grocer today to show you a package of GniiD-o, the new food that takes the place of coffee liie children may drink it, wi-thout injury as well as the adult. All who try like it. Grain-O has tluit rich seal brown of Mocha or Java, but it made from pure grains, and the most delicate stomach receives it without distress. One-fourth the price ot coffee, lac and 25c per package. Sold by all grocers.. For Sale. The following- residence property is offered for sale at very low prices if taken soon: Tne 2f. J. Atkins resi- dence and lots; the ET. J. Wilson resi- dence on TJnina street; the J E Kl residence and lots on South Broad" way. Money to loan on farm or city property at lowest rates of interest and best terms. 13 JOILN- MEKZIES. Five or Six Per Cent JDoaus. We have money at either Qve or six per cent interest, and for a length of time: the very best terras obtainable any where is offered Call and see us before procuring vourloan FARITEUS' SAVINGS ______Emmetsburg, Iowa. Lost. On Saturday. June 9th, between iSIairgowne and Graettinger.-a black jacket with velvet collar. The tinder will please leave at J. IT. Knoblauch's store, at Emmetsbnrn. or at my place one-half mile north of Blaircowrie. 24 GEO. GUESTY. HomoscekerV K tickets k'iM be on sale .v. c i- UCKCIS win be on sale the first 3nJ third Tuesdays of each at all stations of the BurUnston. Ccdir A North- em railway to various pans of :hc country at a low rate. Call on any agent of the -Cedar Route." dec: A. G. P. ST. A.: JOHN G. KAHMKK, U.. C- K. X. Cedar MAY HAVE BEEN' Ksmr Tor MASSACRED. Forelgmetn to of All At To kin. Juno A The Tnbane from. London savs: Tho Express correspondent sars it is felt certain that the real explanation of tho failure of Admiral Seymour's expe- dition was divided counsel motley force, only the American honestly co-operating with the British admiral, A former English resident of Pekin says: "If che legations have been taken everyone has been Murder would be the object and motive of the attack wonld be spared if tho embassies would be RUSSIAN TROOPS MOVE. Fonr Thotnand Sent From Tort Arthur to Tnkn. WASmxGTo.v, June Secretary of State Hay has been notified by tho llns- sinn ambassy here that Rnssian troops have been dispatched from Port Artbir to Taku, i Strayed, From farm four miles west of EmmesLburp. 5 calves; two red, two black, and ono black ;uid white I'lnderwlll kindly notify the under- signed who will for all damage. .1 OHx JOY XT. Emmetsburg, Iowa. Kor brooj Food has no The will artd have ptetuy of It cures vctaurs ;o and lambs. It wora< from cures anj prevents pneu- nionia and diiciic. and maket thcsi Jo well. Try For Sale. A. 32x50 J. I. Case ma- chine having a btan new 14 horse Jons WAIT, _____ Iowa. Ituirt to V'or the 1'rohiUiion Njiion.nl at Chi- June jjth-ssjh, ihc Teujr Kapia% I on !.-r full infor- all jionu at very ot the -Cedar tn.it ion. re Koine" _____________________ Thou hast, notions for young a sui.stinito to tiiicik that. Miou art the Mime :i n. i ivU ,-v Noniicrnrailway uvlisci: low tn points .w> r.u.cs lion, returniiu; vnt-j ju-v tn any agent of the "CcJ.ir Fou SALE: A Hoc half film ".....u part of town: n w barn, shade trees, (juircat Ihisortice. Rap i> :n.-liets ai volitv. k in rho d ticiirse. Paint Your Houses WITH Rubber Paint is made of the purest and-inost durable material heretoV fore used by painters, combined with a large proportion of India Rubber, which is chemicilly'united in such a manner as to form a smooth, glossy, firm, durable, elastic, and beautiful paint, which becomes firmly cemented to the substance to which it is applied. f In ordinary paint the acid used in cor- roding the lead in a short time consumes and destroys the oil, which is the life of the paint. In this paint the rubber and chemicals are so united with the pigment that this corrod- injj-does not take place, but a permanent chemical compound is formed and the paint remains for years as elastic and bril- liant as when first applied. The Rubber Pnint is unaffected by change of temperature, is impervious to water, is adapted to all classes of work, and is in every way a better paint for either in- side or outside work than any other paint known, and will last at least three times RtBBBR PAINT is the best paint in the world. The Only Paint Which is absolutely adapted for all exterior and interior purposes. Made in pure white and the most stylish shades and tints. For sam- ple cards or other informa- tion, call on or address JOE J. STEIL Iowa The Largest and Goal, Lime, Cement, Stncco, Building Paper, Etc. oi Lumber _JortaJowa. Prices Right. Sasb, Blinds, Mouldings, Doors, Pickets, Etc. 'Phone No, 48, otr. II tf Dakota and TCchrasua Land- to ex- change for Iowa lands, town property or merchandise. A. L. ORMSUY, Iowa. Othce, over posturtice. 4-tf and housecleaning and improvinor should re- mind you how neces- sary it is for you to call and soe our splendid assortment of Portieres, Curtains, Carpets, Matting and Picture Framing. Tho warm days arc coming on apace, so come J -v, v_- i i t i i j- m early and purchase one of those licrrick We have a fine line of Refrigerators. prices we are meeting all competition. F. G. McMahon Co. Furniture and Carpets.   

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