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   LeMars Semi-Weekly Post (Newspaper) - January 10, 1899, Lemars, Iowa                                Published Every Tuesday nncl Friday. dig r%t EQUAL RIGHTS TO ALL AND SPECIAL PRIVILEGES TO NONE. VOLUME VI. LEMA11S, IOWA, TUESDAY. JANUARY 10, 1899. NUMBER 7. * a. � ELECTRIC FLASHES NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. MAY HAVE A FIGHT SITUATION  AT   ILOILO DARKER DAILY. GROWS Filipino Juntas at European Capitals Protest to President McKln-ley Against the Disembarkation of United States Troops. Situation Grows Darker. The Filipino committees in Paris, Madrid ami London telegraphed President Mc-Klnloy Saturday. The Paris dispatch read: Wo protest against the. disembarkation of American troops at Iloilo. The Loudon telegram read: The treaty of peaeo is still unratified and the American chum of sovereignty is pro-mature. Tho Associated Press learns the Filipino junta at Paris received a telegram from the Filipino agent at Hong Kong Saturday, saying: A fight with the Americans is unavoidable. Wo are not tho aggressors. A telegram from an English house at Manila Monday, says: Tho situation is very strained. There is much anxiety. The American troops have not yet landed at ] ioilo. A Washington dispatch say: Tho authorities are very reticent relative to the state or affairs at lloilo. The situation is critical, but not hopeless by any means. It is believed Gen. Otis has formed a plan of campaign which will result in the control of the island of Pnnay without actual hastilities. Persuasion will he used before power. THREATENED BY GERMANY. CAN'T      LD TWO JOBS, King of Friendly Islands Looks,to England, America anil Vran.cc. A dispatch from Auckland, X. '/., says Rdvices have been received from Tonga, the seat of government of the Tonga or Friendly Islands, that tho German consul has arrived there from the Sauioau Islands and has given notice that Germany will seize Vavo, the most fertilo of the group unless the Tongan government pays tho private debts which the natives owe a German company. The government repudiates responsibility for the giving of credit to tho natives, contrary to law, and the king is appealing to England, America and France. MINERS IN CONVENTION. Pittsburg Cniil'ercnco Is the Largest Ever Held In tho Country. Five hundred delegates are in attendance on the tenth annual convention of tho United Mine Workers of America, which assembled In Pittsburg, Pa., Monday. It is the largest and most representative miners' gathering ever held, and will continue in session throughout tho weolc. President Ifatchford called tho convention to order. THIRTEEN PERSONS KILLED. Xearly a Score, More Aro Injured in a Wreck in Now Jersey. A dispatch from Iionndbrook, X. .1., said thirteen persons were lulled in a wreck on tho Lehigh Valley liailroad and thirty to forty-five injured. Twunly-live of the injured were taken to the hospital at Pliiln-lield, X. J., and the others to Elizabeth, N. I. Thero was a head on collision between the Hazlelon express, bound west, and lliu l'oundbrool; local coining east. IOWA BANK ROBBED. Jmvotxl Institution Relieved of $-,- (( Sunday Night. The Farmers' hank of luwooil, Iowa, was robbed of $2,0110 Sunday night. Tho vault was entered and the safe,b.iovvn open with explosives.' The robbery was evidently the wink of professionals who entered and left town on -u' liuttclunr belonging lo UurMilwaukec road. Hurrying Forward  Holier Supplies Tliallhe system of gratuitous government relief in Cuba is not m be immediately abandoned is shown by order from the war department lo solid the Carnal back to Havana with more supplies as soon as the vessel can load on reaching New York. On its last Irlii Ihu .Comal carried about 1,-000,000 rations. . JJnnk Hobber*  0.      , Tho safe of the Asburnhain (Mnss.) bank was blown lo pieces' by dynamite about 2 o'clock Monday morning. The interior, ot the bank was badly wrecked and all Hie windows worn blown out. Money estimated at $1.5110 to $2,000 is missing. There is no clue to the robbers. Steel Works Kcsuiuo Operation*, C. P. Pcnin has limited bonds for $D0o,-000 on the Watts Meel plant at Mlddles-burough, Ky., and iho plant resumes at once. This Is tho largest basis sleel works in the south and employs 700 workmen. ' H was built in 18UII at a cost of $700,000. Muy Stop Where They Plouse. � .Secretary Bliss, in a communication sent ' to tho acting superintendent of tliu Yellow-Rtono National Pari;,-, giyoti instructions thut no restrictions mo'to ha imposed on tfitpists entering the park as lo slopping at the park assouhtt Ion's hotels. llloott'ooulloo at Slug ftiiug. liniley Decker, colored, was put to dcatn by electricity in prison at Sing Sing, X. Y., Monday, for tho murder of his white wife. Two shucks wcro given him. Contest Filed in Nevada. William McMillan, lato governor, through > his attorneys has filed a notlco of a contest for the seal of KheinholU Sadler, present governor of Xovada. All kinds of Irregularities are charged and it is claimed that people voted In preeinets in which they wcro not entitled to vote. fVheeler, Campbell and Colson Draw No Salaries as Representatives. A report was published in Washington Saturday night to the effect that Ihe house committee on judiciary had informally decided by unanimous vote that the seats of Messrs. Wheeler of Alabama, P. Campbell of Illinois, and Colson of Kentucky have been vacated by the occupancy by these gentlemen of commissions in the army. Members of the committee deny tin's slate-men t in toto. Ii is triie. however, that; Speaker Kccd has not certified to the services of ihi'se members during Ihe month ot December. Speaker Heed, when asked as (o his refusal to sign (he ecrlilieates for Ihe December salaries for the three gentlemen whose seals are involved, said: '�As sunn as I was advised by Ihe war dc-liarlmcul Hint Messrs. Wheeler, Colson and i'(implicit were officers of the army I, of iniurse. declined to consider them as members of the house, as in my opinion there : an be no ipiesljnii as lo llieir having vacated their seals. If it wen.'otherwise," von tinned Ihe speaker, "it would ho possible for Ihe president, finding a majority of say live again.-.! him in the house of repre-eenlaiivi's, to override Ihe will of the people by simply appointing six members of Hie majorit y parly lo positions in t.lie army, and thereby place ihe minority party in control of the representative, branch of the lalional legislature.'' YEOMANS REAPPOINTED.      ; jljfft HAAVKKYK STATE /uivnn Will Keninin Member nl' Interstate Commerce Commission. �I. 1). Yeomansof Sioux City. Iowa, has liei'ii reniiiiiinnte'l by the president for iulerstate eominiiee commissioner- Hi'. I'.omiuutiou would have been sent to the lennle last month but for Ihe pressure brought to hoar upon the president to give 'he friends of the oilier candidate Tor Iho place ;i chance lo be heard. Yeonians is reappointed upon his record. He was unanimously endorsed by his colleagues, mid this is Ihe first time the commission >ver look such aclinn. All Ihe Iowa delegates in bulb houses indorsed him. and iiine-tenths of the principal railroads of '.he country anil Ihe iMimiiiiTcial bodies o( the northwest joined in asking Ihe president tu recognize Mr. Yeamans' services by reappointing him. MR. CLEVELAND IS SARCASTIC ENGINES MEET HEAD ON. I'our Dead and Two Injured Iiecnusc of a Teunesse Wreck. four dead, two injured, one of these perhaps finally, ,-tud Ihe loss of properly lo the Southern llailvvay to the amount,of about $100,000. is Die result, of a wreck which occurred Sunday morning on Ihe Knnxvillcand Ohio branch of the Kuiixvlllc division of ihe .Southern Ihtilway, one and one-half miles west of Elk Valley, Tenn. A double-header freight train, loaded with coal and merchandise/crashed into a mixed local passenger train while both were running nl Ihe raleof thirty-live miles an hour. The engines met head on, Ihe force of impacl being terrili . The coming together of Ihe two I ruins was so sudden dial the trainmen weie unable to jump lo save their lives. The passenger train was running minutes loll-, ami all freight trains had been notified that the passenger Irain was on a late run, and the, only cause for I he accident that can be given is thai Engineer Maxey, of the freight Main, misread his orders. Immediately aller the crash the wrecks caught lire. The passenger Irain carried about twenty passengers. None of ihusv were injured. Says the Thing to Do In to Destroy n I'i'U ThntiKU-ul Filipinos. Ex-Presideiil Cleveland, in reply to a request of a represenlallve, of the Associated Press, for an expression on Ihe  -laws were adopted and an organization etVeelcil as follows: President. V.. s. S. Still of lies Moines: \ ice presidents. I'. M . Ilibbu nl lli'ooklvu. M. Maehin of Keokuk, and A. I". Jorrisol ]{i'dt)uk: seerelary. lilauehe I. Thoburn. Of Des Moines: treasurer. I.'. M.Oil-liiour: trustees. Charles llartnpee of lies .Moines, Harry Ktuer.v of .Murshnlllnw u. .1. K. Johnson of Jefferson. 11". I-:. Mrl-'addeu of Davenport. Hubert s. .lohusou of Mason City. .1. ]�.. Owen of Indiaiiola and Ed Morris of (Ittiimwa. Col. A. I,. ('oncer of Ihe Des Moiin's college, comiueuleil on the arliunnl'thc slate board of medical examiners in refusing lo issue eerlilieales to oslcopathists according to the stale law. and the association will try to make ihe board do so. The declaration of principles of the association recites that osteopathy is a genuine science, REFUSES TO PAY THE TAX. i STATE CAPITAL CHAT. Jne ot the first acts of the new Auditor was to present hit report of the condition of the State treasury at the close of business Dec. III. 1808.   It was as follows: OS -IS rilic. .. . college Atlorncy (icnci'iil Hol'llses lo Afllx a ."O-I'eol si 11111 p to Ills Ilonil Attorney General Millon liemlev tiled his bond for ^|o,l�si willi linv. Shaw last week, hill lel'used lo altaeh to il the 'ill-cent war reienue stamp which il has been Ihe pracliee to require wilh ollleial bonds so liled. "I do not believe the federal guvcrumctil has the rigid lo levy this lax on a .-.tale nih'-eial." said  Mr.  1,'etnlev.   '-The ."11 cents cuts no liiiure. but if the principle is right i      '"'nl  .......................S77.'t,717 -10 and the pracliee is upheld by the ennrls. |   T!......itstninling warrants amounted to the federal government can at any time so  S-Iih 1.111 U.V1. There was also in the State lax stale govcruuienis that they will cease tn-a-ury Sii(i.(V.M�.*.tr> i,i cash nf the ngri-to exist.   If it can compel me to pav    tax [ ciilturnl funds, which the school had been loan at (I per cent, the rei|iilreil lliis fund.   This is the largest Jeiicrul i-ei-i Agricultural fuml  ..... Aio'li'iilinrni   ellipse 'inloiviniMil liiiifl .  tr),7i:s x ailrllllntiHl 12,000 11(1 .14.1 fill 40 of ail cents to acl  as attorney general for j this sla'e liming the nexl two >cars it can eompi'inpi'l me In piiya lax eipial or urealer I Ihan in\ saliirj.   This, you see, applied lo I all slate oMieers. would resull in men refusing lo aeei'pi such posit ions, and the state !;n\eminent thus �onld he taxed mil of | l-Xisleiiei," His intention is 10 write to Com 111 issinner ' Scot I al Washington, relative lo il. If the J commission ili'cldcs thai he nmsl pay the I lax an agre d case could be made up for j submission to 1 pe courts, or Ihe attorney t j general could permit Ihe government to on- , force the revenue law bv arrestinc hiin and i Ir.vinuto line him. which, if coutesled, | voulcl resuh in milking a lest ease of it. Commissioner Seoll is nndersliioil to have * it'llt that persons do not  become officers: j until Ihey have tiled llieir bonds, and lie govei nnienl is not taxing olllcials therefor, iitiabli rate for ��'.........' easli belonging to the school ever accumulated nt one time ley the State treasurer, ihe reason licinir linn (Here is plenty of .1 no call tor per cent money to hi any ul higher rales. had anil EXTRA PAY FOR SOLDIERS. House 1 "asses a Hilt  Introduced  by Mni'Hlulll ol' Ohio. In the national house of representatives Fndav a bill was passed on million of Mr. Marshall of Ohio, granting the officers and men ol Die volnnleer army on being mustered out two months'extra pay. if Ihey mmmmI outside of the. I nited Stales, and otic month extra if service was not outside llie I'niled Slates, such extra pay to he in fifleen j h"u of furloughs or leave of A bsenci is has been granted men heretofore, ered mil. C'olU May Kulu Oyster Beds,  Oyster inen claim that'll tho presortl siege Olqqia weaker cpntluues, pulilvated.djstor beds on Puget sound and Wjllaha harbor, WOULD BURN ILOILO. Si reels An; llarricaded  and Ituild-ings "lierosened." Col. Poller, Ihe special emissary of Gen. Olis between Manila and Iloilo, arrived in -Manila Sunday afternoon wilh dispatches from the laller point. The situation when he left, was practically unchanged. The streets were barricaded, and it was reported that principal buildings hail been "keroseneil," the insurgents having threatened io destroy (lie whole business section liy lire.al the first shot of bombardment. The banks were shipping their treasure 10 the United Slates Iraiisport Newport and other vessels. The. family of I lie  American vice consul has gone 011 hoard the Newport- Col. Poller reports Iliat President .McKinley's proclamation bad to be lypc written aboard ship, as the printers tin shore declined lo do the work. Privates Harry Silvey and Frank Kirk-pal rick of Ihe Sixth United States artillery, while guarding a waler boal astern of the Xewporl, were attacked by the natives ol the crew. PrivateSilvey's skull was fractured, fatally; and Private Kirl-.patrick fell overboard, hut escaped wilh 11 llesli wound. Socialist. DciiinorulsnrMiiHsui-hiiset Is The socialist Democratic party of Mass-ichsetts held a mass convention in linstou Sunday, at wliich Mayor Chase of Haverhill, presided. II, was voted that all possible honorable assistance bo given to the! trades union movement. .11 was voted to hold u'stale'Convention in Heist on In May for Ihe uoiuiiuiliou of candidates for stale oftices. A stale committee was also chosen. Want, Free Trade with lis. A petition has been received by the sen ale from the. American Association of Porln liieo, asking lor Ihe establishment of frer trade relations between that island and I hi' I'niled Slates and Ihe abrogation of (he tarilf established by the military authorities, and also for Ihe retirement of the Porto Hieau currency and Iho siibstilulioi) of the money nt the United States. Offer   Dig   Howard   l'or  Murderori The city council of Newcastle, Pa., nuc oounty commissioners met Monday evening and offered $1,000 for the arrest am: conviction of the. murderers of John illov-ins, city treasurer of Xowcastle. The police are entirely without a clew regarding I lie perpetrators or perpetrator' of tin; deed.       _ Suu Francisco Will Have mi 10*po At 11 meeting of citizens in .San Francisco it was decided to hold an international exposition in that city in 1001, opening in June. Appropriations will be asked foi from Iho city, slate and nation. It is expected lo lay Die. corner stone of tho administration building on Sept. (1,11100. Gives $10,000 to Princeton. It was announced Monday that Geo. A Armour of Chicago of the. class of '77, had given $10,000 to Princeton university tt found a classical department iu the university library. For the next three years Ik will give $2700 annually for tho further sup' port of the department. Proves Ungrateful. A. K. Willis, a furmor living neat Brighton, Colo., has been robbed of $7,000, which ho had in u bureau drawer. Herman Matson, a tramp to whom AVillls hat given shelter, has disappeared and is suspected ol having taken the money. Body of Poad Soldier Kouud. The body of an unknown man dresser in tha uniform of a United States soldier has been pulled put of the Rook Klver t mile east of Edjierton, Wis. The body liai been in the water several weeks ti)i4,wfti such nius- I.eody Si^ns Telegraph Hill. Gov. I.eedy of Kansas lias signed the hill inducing telegraph rales. The rate fixed iu Ihe bill on messages is IS emits for Ihe first leu words, day or night, and I cent for each additional word. On newspaper reports the rales n'o reduced lo one-third of I cent for each word during the day and niie-sixth of I cent for each word at night. II provides th it no lower rate shall bo granted any one. Slay of a Week  riinteil. Mrs. Cordelia K. Dotkiti, convicted of Hie murder of Mrs. John I'. Dunning of Dover. Del., was lo have appeared lor sentence al, San Francisco Saturday, but did not, do so, her allornevs giving as a reason the sick -ness of their clienl, who, they Allege, has been ill ever since (he jury returned the veidicl. Judge Cook granled a slayof proceedings lor one week. I'alnl Storm in ArkiuiNas. A heavy windstorm swept, over the re-mole section of Scull. County, Arkansas. Saturday. AI Doles a school house was blown down and three pupils, children of Joe Lawrence. .Mr. Frost and Mis. Cm -ledge, respectively, were killed. A child of Joseph Lawrence was fatally wounded, and a do/en 01 more sustained serious injuries. (Iiai'gell   wilh   Killing A special from Howard says that. Joseph lioxcll has charged with the murder Thonins ltoxell. and Ins wife. I.ydia. on .May 15, IS'.i7. Other arrests are expected, as the delcclivi's who have been working mi Ihe case lor a year and a half are supposed to have incriminating evidence. His Lake been of hi- I'alliei Minn,, arrested father. Porto iticau Mail. Tlie poslolllce department has ordered that all mail lor l'orlo Uico, including thai, for I'niled Slates military and naval forces, lie sent lo New York for forwarding Mislead of Washington. 1'apor Mills at. l.iuiu, Ohio, Itiiru. The Lima [Ohio) paper mills burned Saturday morning.  The loss is $125,0(10. MARKET QUOTATIONS. 'Chicago-Cattle, roinmuu to prime HI to $(J.liO; hogs, shipping grades, $:t. 0 to $3.7B: sheep, fair to choice, $2.&tl lo $.|.r�0; wheal, No. 'J red, l)8c to U0c; corn, No. 2, 37c lo U8c; oats, No. -, 2,7c to 20c: rye, No. 2, S.'lc to 0!ic; butter, choice creamery, 20c to 21c; eggs, fresh. 2lle lo 2h'c; potatoes, choice, 30c lo -lOc per bushel. Indianapolis- Cattle, shipping, $'.!. .7ri: hogs, choice light. $2.7o to $4.00; sheep, common to choice, $2.SO to $4.25; wheal, No, 2 red, (10c to 70c: corn. No. 2 while, 3,rk.' to 3llc; oms, No. 2 white, 30c to 31c, �St. Louis-Cattle. $3.00 lo $0.00: hogs, $,'1.00 lo $3.7C; sheep, $3.5(1 to $4.50; wheat, No. 2, "0c to 72c; corn, No. 2 yellow, 34c to 30c; outs, No. 2, 28c to 30c; rye. No. 2, 5Uc to fiSc. Cincinnati-Cattle, $2.fi0 to $5.50; hogs, $3.00 to $4,00; ulir-ep, $2.50 to $4.25; wheal, No. 2, 70c In 71c: corn, No. 2 mixed, 37c to 3Sc: oats. No. 2 mixed, 2l)c to 30c: rye. No. 2, 55c to 57c. Delroit-Onltln, $2,50 to $5.50; hogs, $2.50 to $3.75: sheep and lambs, $3.00 to $5.25; wheat. No. 2, 71e to 72c; corn, No. 2 yellow. 37c lo 3llc; oats, No, 2 white, |iOc to 32c: rye, Sllc to 58c. Toledo-Wheat, No. 2 mixed, 70c tu 72c; corn, No, 2 mixed, 35c to 37c; oats, No. 2 white, 27c to 2i)c; rye. No. 2, 54c lo fide: clover seed, $4.25 to $4.35. Milwaukee-Wheat. No. 2 spriug, 00c to IIS,", corn, No, 3, 33c to 34c: outs, No. 2 white, 28c lo 30c; rye, No. 1. 53c to 56c; barley, No. 2, 44c lo 51c; pork, mess, $0.75 to $10,25. Buffalo-Cattle, good snipping steers, $3.00 to $5,50; hogs, common to choice, $3,25 to $4.00; shoep, fair to choice wethers $3,50 to $4.25; lambs, common to extra, $5,00 to $5,50. New York-Cattle, $3.00 to $0.75; hogs, $...00 to $4.25; sheep, $8.00 to $4.76; wheat, No. 2 red, 80o to 81c; corn, Nof 2,44e to 4lhj; �au, No. 2 white, 35c toSfloj I buttpri:creamery, ICo ta,jJ2ci e�gs, WmK TRAGEDY IN CASS COUNTY. I'v.o Young Moo Hilled While Hunting Hiibliils. The most horrible accident ever nci urr-ing in Cass Ciiuntj. by which two \oung men in (lie prime o! life now lie cold in death, occurred three miles southeast ol Anita. Fruesi Maugham, sou of II. C. Ituughain. and his uncle. Charles Me Kalian, were hunting rabbits, ami getting Ibroiigli a v. ire fence a doiilile-barreleil shotgun in the bands of the nephew was discharged, striking the uncle iu Ihe back, and in being extricated the oilier barrel was discharged, striking the nephew ill the bean, killing him instantly. The uncle lived six hours, retaining consciousness 1,, ihe end, and before dying be told the full elrciim-sliiuces of the accident. The uncle did nol carry a gun. and alter tin- accident he crawled |l�> v aids In u hay -tael,. w here lawns found by some children on their way '"roiu school. <'haiifce� iu Morrill Packln(j  i'-l. oil' from mother "iirth. Petition foe a Pariloo. A peliiioii is being circulated lo obtain a pardon for llov and Hewer Wilson, two lirollo'i's coliviclcd of sleali/ig a lea 111 of horses from Fred Mills, living miiiIIi of 1,11 Mars. They have served abniii a yarand a half of llieir four years' sentence. Tin petition was slarlcd by their fattier and friends who reside in Cherokee County. Aiibleolul I'alnl Mboollog. A rrighlful accident happened al Mouli-/ello llie oilier day. Diini Scluiller and F.dvvin Merrick, were (ml hunting rabhil .Merrick wus in the acl of nllenipting to 11 niove u cartridge, from his gun and reload when llie.gun was accidentally discharged The charge si ruck young Si-hall'er iu tho head, indicting a fatal wound. Oiii'liiis Pumped 111111 (Mil. Andrew Shaw (colored 1, a bridegroom or bill 11 few days, alleinpted suicide Cenlerville by Hiking poison. The reason given is lhal he had learned that, his will had been faithless belore marriage, lb was found before dealh had come, and physicians extruded sutlicieuf poison from his system to sin e his life. Don hie Track for the O. A force of men is al work surveying lln Jiiirllugtiiu track west of Ml. I'leasnut. They are now at work near Home, and, it is said, a double track system west of Ml Pleasant, will he Iniill as far as Oltuiuvva. Xearly all Ihu Hurllnglon track, cast of Ml, Pleasant is now a double truck. SENSATION IN O'BRIEN COUNTY Pl'inilhleiil l-'oi'tiier found Possi'nmciI  ei been made, but tin-piobabilities arc that now that Ihu uill v pai ly has been di-cov ered of the sloleu proporlv traced lo Ibe iiou grand jury n ill la! inv e>i igal ion. The railroad commissioners received a Idler from George L. Carman, superintendent of the Wesleru Iiailvvay Weighing Assuciaiien. enclosing n descripiion of an aliacliuieiit to put on weighing scales llml is being sold lo unprincipled grain iiiul slock dealers whereby Ihe scales do nol give full weight. The instnuneiil is called a "shrinker" and has a tendency to lengthen the beam nl' the scale, causing it to weigh less than it should. Several i tests were made with the following results'. The scales were balanced at l.OOO ; pounds, then with ihe "shrinker" they biil-i anceil nl 2.0iio. Four hogs were weighed i without the al Iiicliinenl: result. 1,310 ; |ioiiii/|s:  with the atlaclimeut  (Ii hogs weighed 1.270. The "shrinker" [ simple Mule instrument and is sold i .Soil. ILOILO TO BE TAKEN M'KINLEY   ORDERS   AMERICAN SOLDIERS TO LAND. AkuIiiuIiIo's Follower* Will Be Orer-come by Force, If Neceasarjr, bat Their Peaceful Snbminion Is Expected-Iimue Keats with Natives. salmis a for lovvn  is especially  favored  because of the ferlilliy of its soil, the desirability of 1 its cbuiale and the intelligence of llie peo-| pie.   lis rank as among llie leading Slates i >il' llie Union is due mil lo Ihe local ion ol' | some groat   metropolis    of    worhl-n ide I fume, not because of ils great factories or | ils wealth of mines, but because of its u|f-i vicllllure.    The soil does not  produce its I wealth without it being called forth by ; the effort of an intelligeui,  frugal and and  nlher ! moral people.   Such a people low a has. found a lodg- ' and il is the oppori uuily of having a loiiuii ! among such people, of being wit bin lln) itillucuccs of good schools   and   helpfui churches | Inn adds greatly lo I lie inducts menls presented tor investing in and remaining upon Iowa soil. Iowa Vclci-nii (ione. Maj.  "Jack"  Skellou.  oil" of the liolen Iowa veterans of Iheeivil war. and a man who at one line- was worth ifj.Mi,mm. fell down ibe stairway leading lo the basement, of William Cutler's jewelry .-lore al T'JU WcI Walnut Si reel, lies Moines. Wednesday evening. His neck was broken and dealh resulted iustanllv . lb- was peuni' lc.-s. Home liir Incurable Iiinuiic. Woodbury County proposes In follow Ihe example of Poll; County in the establishment of a home for ils incurable insane al the poor farm. The county is paying "ill many thousands of dollars every year for tl.....lire of these people, and il is figured j by adopting Ihe Do:. Moines method lhal il cm save at least $|ii.ihiII every year. To do | lhis.hovve\er.it vv ill be iiceessa ry to pur-; chase a new poor farm, as the present one i-: not suited in Hie present reipiireiueuls. Ii'ei'enlly one of the stiperv isors of Wood-bin y Counly visiled I lis Moines to unite ii study of ibe mailer, and he came back very lunch impressed wilh vvhal he bad seen. I le has rei ointnemleil lhal lhal method be adoptei| at once in Wuudhui'V County, and so iu the near future a change iu the poor fin in w ill likely be announced. All Her Idle in It.-.I. On Thursday alleni'ion List in .Mnjiloiii Tama Counly, occurred the funeral of Miss Li/zic .Moore, who has been an invalid all her life, and who died al the age of fill, aller huv iug spent forty-nine of Ihose years in bet bed, hclplcs-i. When but I year ol age she was attacked wilh inllaiumalory rheumatism ami was never able lo vv all;. It is doubtful if medical annals furnish as remarkable a case of vitality in Ihe midst of internal suffering. To be helpless Iroin infancy, totally unable lo enjoy exercise, lo be confined to such dicl as is given babies, and ye| live lo reach Ihe half century marl., is certainly remarkable. CeulervHIe'h .lull  Delivery MyKtor.i Affairs in Ihe mysterious jail delivery al Ci'iitcrvillc look, a peculiar turn the oilier day iu Iho discovery of the key thai unlocked ihe outer door of the jail that let out Ihe bank robbers. II was hi Ihe possession ofa man in llie cells, lln was iu at the lime nl'Ihe escape. Tho lock is a padlock ami is on llie outside of the door. The man who hud the. key is hardly suspected ol having opened the door to let Ihe two men out, hut. il is evident ihe inmates of the jail know more of Ibe e-ieapu Ihuii Ihey pretend Throat Dili by Wire Fence John l-alvvards, a farmer, unmarried, win lived live miles southeast of Corning, had his throat cut by a strand of wire fence and died. A Irani which F.dwards was driving on Ids farm ran away, F.dwards was thrown from his wagon and fell between it and a wire fence, lie was dragged against the fence and his throat cut. Iowa's Slate debt is $7S,510.-I'.i. inventing to the balance struck by the State treasurer.   For the last two years the av-and much | ernge amount of the treasury deficit lias him. thai, j I......i about SIIHI.HiHI.   lln Jan. 2. ISb'. il. Ihc mailer up j was IK3D7.075.70.   On July I, IS07. il was ; $-110,827.77: Jan. 2, ISIIS, il  was *I7L-'."21.30.   On July I. 1SI1S. it  was $-1117,-. 271.III.   Following is Treasurer John Her-rioll's authorized stalenienl of condiliiins at close of business Dee. 31, ISH7: . Keokuk'h New Club Hoiihi The new Keokuk club room formally opened, Hie occasion society event of Ihe season.   The club is composed of 100 of the most, prominent, business and professional men. Now lllNtorloul ilulldliig. The corner stone of Ihu nuw slate historians been 1 /,.,! building al Des-Moines will belaid In being the \ j|uV,    '|'|m Ni,ilo executive council has authorized Curator Charles Aldrlch to make arrangements l'or il. Downs instructed to secure John A. Ktisson lo he speaker. New CondeiiHoil Milk Pluut. The condensed milk factory jusl recently nuilt. at Waverly has commenced operations. Six thousand pounds of milk were brought iu the first day. Tho factory will make butter also. Will lie No InvoMtigmloii. The county supervisors in session at Dublin,ue unanimously adopted a resolution requesting the grand Jury to investigate rumors of bribery in connection with the board's appointments of county ufllcers, and later unanimously reconsidered, There will probably be no investigation. Poultry and Put Stook Ansoeiiition, Tho second annual exhibition of tho Plymouth County Poultry unrt Pet Stock Association will bo held on January 24, 25, �) and 27, Jf. lu (ft pen j& pieaident 91' tho llorloii    Itc-l'llcotcd   Coiiiniuiiilunt The board of eo,-..'.",! last week re-elected ('. C, llorlon lo the. office of commandant ol tlie Soldiers' Home at Murshalllown for Ihc next lour years. He has been iu charge nl the home for 11 year. Iowa Mormons AjguiiiHt ltobei'ts. Tim Lamoul branch of tliu Josophite Chttrcliof Latter Day Saints at its regular annual session iu LaniQiil udopled a resolution of censure mid protest on ii, II, HobeiB as a violator of law and jiraotloal polygamisl, and objecting to Heutiiig hiiu iu congress by a voto of 17 U> 14/ CongrogutlonttltBtH Will HobullU. ThoCoiigregatlunal Ulmt'ohof.^steii,lm�, decided t� roplaoo It* prodeji|J"�>'�i�v>#^pfe^l ship, which lias Iwau ptio Hilrty.yms, with g'jmffl Tolnl vvaiTiints Htiuuped mid uie pnlil .........................$:tllS.uul T,',. Tutu! vvarniiits iiiitslnnillug..... luo.ldg 71 Casl..... luiinl................... IS1.7HS IS Net   llfllelt...................... 21K.2II ^.'1 War expenses palil  liiclinlcil  In llleive   to   lie   reflllUleil   lo   llie Stale ......................... i;�i,7o:i 71 Net   lli'llell   llflel'  lll'lluel lint  �iir CUM'lise   ......................   7S,.110 'Itl Adjl. lien. Dyers has issued a circular of iiifnrinnl'.oii regarding the rcorgiiniza-liou of the lovvn National Guard. Ii extends n cordial invitation lo nil members! of the Fifty-second and Fiftieth regi-moiu.sj who vyere honorably discharged in assist in the reorganization. All former guard members who enlisted iu (he United Stales service and who join the guard upon ils reorgaui/.al ion will lie given a record of conlinuoiis service. 11' Hie company organizations desire tlieir former places in the guard Ihey will have to make application by Feb. I or other companies which have pet binned for a place will be accepted. Secretary of Stale I lohson litis liled his report, showing the fees collected in his olliee for tin- year 1.K0K.   For the luoul h of Jniuim-y .. .1 Kcbmitry ,. March ..... April ...... May ....... June........ ThiH make .inly ....... if'.is:: mi August  .... 1,177 lifi September . fi.iils till October____ 1,11(11 7,1 .Niiveniliei- . l,:illo Ml Dift'Piiiliiu' .. 2,i1iw US a total for the year of $211, :t,7WI -to I,I 7.1 Li.Ulla 10 �i,:wo nit I,'HO B,"i LUfifi 51) The United States will force the Issue with the Filipinos. This decision may lead to n harassing war with the natives ot tho Philippines. It is hoped and believed such a rnhiinlry will be averted, but it remains tor tlie insurgents to determine what the result will he. It is reported from Washington that the President has ordered Gen. Miller to land his troops at Iloilo. The American commander is directed to be conciliatory toward the natives, but at the snme time he is Instructed to use force, if necessary, to effect his lauding and establish himself In the desired camp. In other words, Gen. Miller is lo net on the defensive. He will not fire a gnu unless attacked by the Filipinos, but if the natives willfully shoot at bis soldiers he is to administer a. dose of American retribution and marksmanship. Gen. Miller has about 3,000 soldiers at Iloilo, and among them are men of the Fifty-first Iowa infantry. He will also have the support of severnl gunboats, for Admiral Dewey notified Secretary Long of the Navy Department that he had sent the Concord and the Petrel to join the naval force under Col. Dyer at Iloilo. It Is not known how strong a force the insurgents have at that point. The War Department has information which seems to indicate the natives have only about 15,000 stand of arms, and it is nssnmed that fairly represents their lighting power nt Iloilo. They have no modern artillery, while the American force is well equipped In that respect. There is no doubt of the ability of lien. Miller to defeat the Filipinos in pitched battle, hut he has been warned not to he the aggressor. Dispatches from Manila report minors that Aguiualdn has gone to lloilo to take com-mund of the insurgent force. He has hitherto assumed �n attitude of hostility to American authority, but advices from Gen. Olis lead American olllcials to believe he will submit when forced to a final decision between peace and war. The instructions of Hie President relative to the administration of affairs in the Philippine Islands, as transmitted to Gen. Otis at Manila, tire comprehensive enough to fully meet present, conditions ns well as any contingencies that may nrise. The President urges that the commander of the forces of occupation shall proclaim Hint we come "not as invaders or conquerors, hut as friends, to protect the natives iu their homes, iu their employments and in their personal and religious rights." After promising support and protection to those who will co-operate with the Government to give effect to these benefits and purposes, tho President dcclnres that, while the military authority must he supreme until the legislation of the United Slates shall otherwise provide, the municipal laws of the territory in respect to private righls and the repression of crime, will remain iu force; all ports In the Isl- ' anils will he opened to the commerce of all friendly nations, and all goods will be admitted upon payment of "such duties as shall lie in force nt the time of their importation"; and the ollicera to administer local governmental affairs are to be selected ns far as may he practicable from the iuhabilanls of the islands after they have taken Ihe oath of allegiance to the United Slales. 'Die instructions adequately convey tlie purpose of our Government hi assuming control of the Philippines. Watson Would Succeed Dewey, Commodore Watson has applied for the command of the Asiatic squadron when Admiral Dewey relinquishes It. Unless Dewey changes his mind, however, there will be no change for nearly a year. Tho latter ollicer has declined all offers of relief, believing he can best serve his country at Manila. Unless the law Is amended, he will retire from actlvo duty next December. 870.20, as against about �-10,000 for 1MI7, this difference being caused by Ihe absence of Hie national seal renewals, wliich nil occurred in 1S1I7, so that llie fees from oilier sources were really larger this year than last. Gov. Shaw has reappointed Fletcher Howard us n commissioner of pharmacy, Mr, Howard has been a member of tliu hoard since Gov, Holes' term and hus been actively in charge of the department for several years, lie is president of iho commission and devotes all his time to the work in hand. Tho appointment ia fur a three-year term and the commission will expire on April 2J, 11102. So many insane are being removed to couth'y hospitals thai the Slate hoard of control is puzzled lo keep the three great hospitals, at Mount Pleasant, independence and Chirimla, filled. During IKON H.018 miles of railroad were constructed iu this country, ol' which lovva received only forly-lwo miles. Iowa has nl leasl one new town to its credit for 1 SDK and that is Titnuka, iu Kossuth County. Hbort Btutu ItcniM. llilcy Wliehlon wuh lined $10 for slioul-lug a squirrel in tho park nt Des Moines. Miss Jennie Hulchins of Des .Moines has been presented with a licit made from Ihe windlass of the Maine. An unknown man vvas run down by a irain at .Vnlouo and sustained injuries from which he died shortly afterward. Hurlington ,:.as started a stone pile for charily, on wliich needy men arc given work, which enables them to earn about SI a day, Fire originated in u barber shop at Bon-diiraut, destroying four buildings before It could be extinguished. Joseph Johnson has commenced salt against the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis mid Omaha Itullroad for $1C,000 for the loss of his lug. ' Itolh tho Iowa Central and the Hock island roads have withdrawn their engineering corpa', from tho' soulh uon'ntJ n^'t of tho Stnto, ' Will Welcome American Navy. A dispatch from Portsmouth, England, says the American squadron Is expected to arrive at Spithoad in Juno. The channel squadron will take part In the welcome to he given to the American ships. The battleship Prince Gcorgo will lend the squadron and the Duke of York, for whom the Prince George was named, will toko a prominent part In the cere-monies. Sooner or later Spain is bound to slip up on that mamma appeal. It appears thut Sampsou and Shifter agree that neither of them had anything to do with it. Tho cruiser Cincinnati has been floated, which proves that the report of her grounding had sullictont ground. Take the oath, boys, As you stand up in line: "The lips that kissed Hobson's Shall never kiss mine." With Quay's trial in mind and the pro* pact ot his escaping conviction, the tltlt of Seuator-ut-largu might bo  conferred upon him. Not perhaps that It's much of a reason for our washing our hauds of then, but millions of the Filipinos are said not to know tho use of soap. If it Is true that the Filipinos are preparing to resist Uncle Sam they aro destined to experience something new and satiating In the way of surprise partlei. Measured hy the proportion of c�r> gressloual salaries, the time already spent In debating the Isthmian canal question would pay for digging a large section ol the ditch, Admiral Pewoy Is hopeful that when hi announced that with his monitors he could whip the world, Emperor William had nil ear. to tho telephone. Dewey is some' thhig of a ui pai tor himself,   

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