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Iowa State Press (Newspaper) - February 11, 1903, Iowa City, Iowa IOWA PRESS, VOL. V. IOWA CITY. IOWA. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 11, 1903. NO. 114 CATTLE LOSSES HEAVY. Heccat It U That Ia41aa Claim that He Feared tlon of tbe Burdlok Har- der Mystery. Significant Found Is Pocket-book of tbe Head Man. MlulMippi River Above Danger Woe from Memphis North to Cairo. Mount Vesuvitta it now Putting a First-class Volcanic Eruption. Spanish Premier will Propose that the Battleship Maine be Raised. PEXNELL WAS A SUIGIDF Police rind Support for Theory that ho Deliberately Went to Death. Uuffalo, N. Y., March Pennell. the Burdick murder nuspcct, killed by a fall into a quarry last nisT-ht, while automobiling with liis v.jfe, was undoubtedly a suicide, according to the police theory and iidg-ing- bv numerous significant TSlip-' ping's, found in his purse. .Among- Cheni one aeail, "Why be afraid of when dared to Ihe'" Oiheis aic of a similar strain. "Tho coroner leeched orders tli'-s morning irom the prosecuting attor- ney not
oung-to wed without n, permit Two strong-, honity, Imndsome of 20, appeared on the scene, showed good joaaon why they should c ijerniltted to lead their chosen brides to the altar, even thoug-li the husbands-to-be had not vet oung lady, also Tlie licenses issuetl during the week vveie as fol- lows: Elmer C MasOn, 20, Lennle M. Hen- derson, 20, Howard Snbin Law, BO Eleanor O. Nicola, 1C; Thomas' A Moore, S7, Blrtlle E Liu-sen, 21; Because purely TeRetable-ret tbor- u'lgli, prompt, healthful, MtlifMtorr- Hood'9 Plllm A sensational rumor an the streets says another perjury case may be the out growth of the Gallaughcr trial. Ed the alleged slealer >f John Douovou's sleigh last winter, is on trial in Justice Barber's court. WANTEDA g-ood boy to work in a, bakeshop. all at Unlversllv Place. 13 Charles Perej-ek, 8-1, Mary Sc-hucsslor, 19. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucaa county. Prank J. Cheney makes orith that he is the senior uartnei of the firit of F. J. Cheney Co., doing bnsmees In the Cit> ol Toledo, County an I State iifoicsnid. and thait said firm AviH pay the Burn of OXE HUNDRED DOL LARS for each and every case of ca- tarrh that cannot.be cured by the use df HALL'S CATARRH CURB. FRANTx J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and sub- scribed In my presence, thia Gth day of December, A. D.. 18S6. (Seal) A. W. GLEASON, JVTotary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure' is taken inter- nally and acts directly on the blopd and mucous surfaces of tho Bvstean. Send for testimonials free. J. Cheney Co.. Toledo, O. Sokl by druggists. 75c. Hall's family pills ark the best. SCOTT ITEMS. Mud Mud. Nothing but mud. School election is over. The 'follow- ing are the directors: No. 1, Harlejr Struble; No. 2, J. W. Murphy; No. 3, Allxjrt No. t, John BotheJ. Mr. Sidney" Cozine and family are quite sick -with la grippe. Charles Kelly sold his cattle to Wil- liam Boone last week. Dr. Potter was called out to attend a sick horse at George Hunter's last w eelr Etl Jr., sold team" of horses last week. Amount 'Well done, Ed Ray Cochran was called to the bed- side of his father, who Is dangerously 111 Mrs John Schell was called to City last week by the eerlous Illness of her mother, Mrs. Stevenson. Prank Bulecheck, Jr., trtll farm rear Lone Tree this Mr. Smith and moved into "James house formerly occupied by Edna Leech. He will work for Jim this year. TJie winter'term of school at Car- thage closes Wednesday, March llth. Miss Annie Boylan closed her school in Newport township last Friday. Mr. Wm. Loan and family moved to lovya City last Monday. f: iff MABKBT8 and won applause egation and some The Missoun otheis couid not A NOMIXAL PK1CE. music house. Lyon JT SAVED HIS LEG- P. A. Danforth of Ga.. suffered for six months -.vita a fright fiil running sore on his leg; bn- that Bnckleifs Arnica Salre cnred it in five For Ulcers, Wounds. Piles, it's "the best salve in the world. Care fi-uaranteed. Only 25 cenjts. Sold by W. E. Shra- and JL H. Whetstone, druggists. SEWS NOTES FKOM XEWrOttT, MJSS Marek closed tie winter ttrm of her school, Newport. Xo. 3, w a fac The proposition for a new school at Newport was defeated at the cleciion on Mnnday, tie vote being 50 attains! to 30 for. Mr .lo-epii Krall, of Newport, go- ing to a fine new: bouse in place of the home which was bnmed some time >Hc5ie3 tfTil do the work. Mr. James moved on the Wb3MJngton farm which rcnU.v purchafcd. Mr, John JTeka is to build a Wif barn I35is spriag-. PLVNO AT Chicag-o's lai Uealy, announces a Clearing Sale of Pianos This is owing- to the fact that tl-eir waierooms are entirely re- modeled Several hundred splendid instruments are offered without re- serve until all are sold. In thie stock are a number of Steimray and Knabe pianos, and new and second- hand pianos including- instruments of the following well-known makes: Miller. Mason Hamlin. Hazelton, McPhail, Sterling-, Huntington. Vose, Fischer. Weber, Cbickcring. etc.. In pianos there are fino tone in- struments at and upwards In Uprig-ht PSanos neat instruments at ?100, >12 Naples. March contin- ues to cast forth colossal volumes of flame and thick clouds of smoke. coiapanied by subterranean rumblings and chocks of earthquake. Tbe population of the tillages around re- main calm, and at 1'oriici the people crowd the- ihe iwi- posinf spectacle. Haauaond, Ind., March One naa killed, one fatally injured and vwo seriously hurt in an plosion at the Republic iron and steel mills at Eaat Chicago, Iwl. The men who manipulating- a (iaat pair o) in cutting- mill aad after sending- tbe shears into the carbonk tank tie contents exploded .Veal Jones of Citizen has dedd- to join tie staff. The Journal xrjl] gyyt a. man. Hartrille. Mo., March 11. a veteran of the Black Hawk. Mexican and the cirj] died here Tuesday, aged 100 years. He was oaeof the first coun- ty, coming here from Teanestee, asd a juslice of Joe peace for 42 I Topeka, Kaa., March honaa the tenate bill prohibiting 1be aae of slot in Kanws. GOT. Bailey he tviJI aign the bill. Un- der tha of the aew law clot and upwards. In Baby Grands some nice specimens at and upwards. Xearlv ail these pianos intended to sell for much more than these clear- ing sale prices Lyon Healy wiji a list and full particulars upon application. Any piano not proving entirclv may Iw returned at thrir expense. Address Lj-on 4: Healy, i Adams St, Chicago. Dis- tance is no olystacle m taking- advan- tage ol Unremarkable chance to tain n piano, for in proportion to sating- to be made the freight charges arc Tf yoai do not al- ready know Lyon Healy by reputa- tion any banker vijJI assnr-3 you of entire and record of fortv jears for honorable dealing-. Write at yonr early con-ieniencf so c3ab, represented J.j Mayo.- president, and else, xnel last e of .1 night The ac- The the se on College Watt-r vxnapany ,3 betTreea Hinton street A force of "3r tic opera Jo- however forget the action of the ma- jiiity in unseating- BuOer, nor the Mringent rulings of the speaker whicn prohibited debate upon the subject, and tbej shov.ed their resentment to the P' established 3n this Second Dis- tract ar.d there are applications oil f sfnce Th5s number in IJjis District indicates sotnetning- of the 3n the whole country, T3-j Superintendent told me he -would gle an inspector to 15ns District as soon as 'Irs. Lotta Carpenter of Keokuk, is visiting with her father, Mr. N- Pogue family, of this city. George vSeydel will laave tonight for Pocaitello, Idaho, where he will entei the Union Pacific shops. His family will join him later His many friends in Iowa City will wish him prosperity and happiness in his new- home The popular jewelry firm of Hands Thornberry are making prices on tBeir aBfJfre line of jewalry that will interest any person seeking first class, goods at dissolution prices See their big advertisement in another column. 11 The Chase-Lister company present- ed "On tho Chesapeake" at the opera last nig-ht. Glenn Chase scored again, and he received excellent sup- port from his large -company. The took -well, and the illus- tr.it-3d songs were really beautifully The pianist of this organ- is Mrs. J. P. Farrell, wife of th" Iowa City actor, who is making a hit with the company. Manager Lister on Considered Here Monday March 16. Night, The University of Iowa debate, pie- limlnary to the battle with the de- lifters from tho Unherwty of Minne- sota, will take place Jiere Monday night. March 16. The question is: "Besohed, that the adjudication of disputes between employers and their employse should be made a part of the administration of justice. "Granted that: 1. Special 'courts, with appropriate rules of piocedure be established, if desirable. 2. Labor unions may be compelled to incorporate, if noeessary." The affirmative side will be taken by the Irving society, represented by George E HfTi, of Burlington, Iowa; it. Johnson of Iowa City: anH T E. Diamond of Orange City. TiTe Zetagathdan society will dsny and its speakers will 'be C. H Ed- mondson, of Iowa City; Galen E. Greene, Iowa: and Purly Jlinker ot lovva City. The vvTnning society will select two of the above-named speakers to rep- resent Iowa in the contest with Min- nesota, and the losing- side will name the third. kets. City. f Opn'g Hlgh't doc'r M- May July Oats- May July Pork- May VISIONS. May- July Ribs- May July 18. 17-95 1025 1015 IO.OO 982 18.47 17-95 10 27 10.17 IO.O2 9.85 18.30 17.82 JO. 22 IOO7 9-97 9-77. 18. 18.31 17.82 10.22 10.12 9-97 9-75 Stock Close on New York Exchange, New York, March u. Stock Teaterday Atchison Common....... Stji American Sugar. Aiualgauiated Copper----- 73 Brooklyn Rapid Transit.. Baltimore Ohio..... Chicago Alton....... Erie Common........... N................ Manhattan 82 64% that -she is the piano artist -he road today ivith a repertoire The 3ias from Mr. L. 11. I'Hiott, a former lovva Cityan, and jrraduatc of tlie State University, a copy of deso- iptJon of his Projection Apparatus for .Scientific Mr. EllaoU 3ias been for a number of associated with the trab Oj.tical Co., of V.. and hat gl-.en much n'- jo 3antTn apparatus. this ne-.v and ianproved Kp'ciallj lor scientific ha 5 upon the market but time 3 -ss JK-CH received Tjic iowan window 5s filled with an of steins T3ic blj; J.n-ak'ers drainei to "Politics? there was niiK-h said about politics wbalfi I was memljers were too mncl an the proceedinfirs and they all anxknis to get home, an! preparing to make a .start as as tlxi fell ia regard to a democrat- Candidates for president Is not at all every one rec- that the fnllest of these days, when v.ho nre to win them have filled the steins say. The cups wall be awarded .Mardi ?1, to the winners an the "n-floor meet, at SmitJi's anixory. Aside from tlie indivklijal four will be given to the team, representing ]13wral Arts or the Professional col- WORKING OVERTIME. Eight hour laws are ignored 3jy those tireless, littlo Now Life Pills. are alvvayV at work, night and day, cur- ing- Biliousness, Consti- pation, Sick Headache and nil Stom- ach, Liver and Bowel troubles. Kasy. pleasant, safe, sure. Only at W. Shrader and J. H. Whetstone's drug 140 Academy of Fine Arts of Mr. Felix of Dresden, Germany. In- struction given in drawing- and painl- Jjr- First class portraits made to or- Office 2 to 3 p. m. which cJiances to capture the re- lav A redhot mcft 3s NOTICE. The charter of the hangers and painters union will be open for the next 35 days. Aad every painter and paper hanger is urged to jola Union No. 7S6. Next meeting nigfcl The to be "pretty ted" 3b a proposition. Sever- al of the mail carrks-s have to Iheir trips -while to put in around, .lames Mc- whr- 1-as not failed to make rounds, the roads heavy yesterday broke two sing-le tree.' ami soni" of IV an getting- his lonp hours jri.'y over a of road wits- 3n hailany of the city Hmlis. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jaync arc 3n the city, tie former busi- 24 JOHN KENT, Pres. and the latter vJsitiJig- at the j.ome of Alderman and Mrs. J. G. Liad- Mrs. Jayne is Improving slowly. tail but ere she 5s herscll will dowlyUess a lonij, liafd sZege before her, as she was tcrriblj injured in the wrecJt at DCS Moiocs, daring the Vinter. Mr. Jayne 8s pre- paring to institute heavy damage suit, against tbe C., R, I. P, R. R, Co., as a of the life-lmperiliny cfdent Missouri Pacific......... Rock Island..... Southern Pacific. C. M. P... T. C. U.S. Steel..... Union Pacific............ 9; Reading................ Gas................... Chicago Great Western Illinois Central.......... Southern.............. Colorado South....... Norfolk Western. Leather TOWA CITY MARKETS. (Furnished by P. H. Holzhauser.) Wheat, 50 to 55c. Oats, 23 to 30c. Jlye. 40c. Barley, 35C to 3Sc. Corn, 33 to 40c, Phorts, 1.10 per 100. Bran, Sl.OO per 100. Cattle, to 3Vic. HbgS, to 7C. 9 cents. Turkey. to Oecse, 7c. Lambs, to Wood, dry to green to S-300. Straw, loose, baled, to Hay, loose, to baled, to Leaf lard to 15c5; canned Sausage, to Saeep, 3c to Calves, to ANNOUXCBMEXT8! Illinois Central R. R. Special TOHW to Mexico aad to Cal ifornia via the Illinois Central New auspices o Raymond AVhitcomb, -will leave Chi cago and St Louia Febrvary 21 an March U. Entire it spec ial tnlM of wltk rice. detail. 1FWSP4PERS Ni-M'SPAPFRl
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