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   Strawberry Point Mail Press (Newspaper) - March 12, 1903, Strawberry Point, Iowa                              THE M DODD STRAWBERRY All the News of Past Seven Days HOMEAND IOEEIGN ITEMS News of tlio Industrial Personal and Political Happenings at Home and THE NEWS FROM ALL THE WOULD The Fiftyseventh congress ad journed sane die on the 4th after having disposed of all the appropri ation In the senate Senator Al lison stated that the appropriations aggregated The usual resolution of thanks to the presiding officer was In the house the speaker delivered his valedictory and was thanked for his The public debt statement issued on 2d shows that tho decreased during the month of Febru Cash in the Total less cash in the Government receipts in February were and expenditures leaving a surplus for the month of At the close of business February 28 the total national bank circulation was an increase for the year of Data gathered at the University oi Michigan shows that of the women graduates in the past ten years but 533 were At Philadelphia several thousand union garment workers struck for better higher pay and rec ognition of Farmers along the Wabash in In diana have lost about through The coinage at the mints in Feb ruary amounted to as fol lows minor Byan explosion Edison ce ment plant at New six men were killed and 25 Fifteen horses were cremated in fire in the livery stable of mer at The president the army appropiiation the Philippine coinage byifiV United States government crop report for March shows winter wheat to be1 protected during the cold weather and conditions The body of Hannah third wife of Alfred the Ham ilton was found in the Ohio river at New The president has called an extra ses sion of the senate to meet March 5 to An against ordering a Wabash railroad or urging em ployes to quit was issued by the United States district court at St Louis against the Brotherhood of Hail road Trainmen and Locomotive Fire The state departmenthas secured an extension of option for the pur chase of property and franchises of the Panama Canal company Admiral displeased his asked to be placed on the retired list and his request was The fire loss in the United States and Canada in February was against in the same month in Secretary Hny and Sir Michael Her have exchanged ratification of the Alaskan boundary The terms of 30 members of the United States senate have but the political balance of power remains the Thousands of cattle dead and dying Jn the snow on the plains in Colorado can be seen from railroad throughout the range country of out troops to protect the United States re ducing plqivt from strikers William in afarewell to America at n New York he loves this country and believes hi Many southernIllinoisxjailsnnd alms liousea are declared by the state charity board to be dongerous to Bailey has issued a proclama tion calling upon the people of Kansas for contributions to aid the famine sufferers in A NatiomU and International Good Roads congress will be held in Louis from April 27 to Mjiy 3 The United States transport Sheri dan arrived in San Francisco from 3tfanJa with nearly Andrew Cnrnegfe has given Prince ton university for the con struction of a graduate AmericanJim de gowns dispJayefl nt a convention of dressmakers in New yprk are said to rival creations from The Armour Pocking company has Ijeen deprived of land worth POO Kani by a jury in suit brought by weirs of an In The exchanges at the lending clear Jug houses In United States dur ing1 the seven days endad ojj tho 27th aggregated The do the corre The extra session of fhe United States senate of the Fiftyeighth con jress fnet at noon on the 5th and 30 senators were sworn in for sixyear The time was devoted to speeches answering Congressman Cannons charge of legislative black In executive session nil the treaties were referred to the commit tee on foreign Adjourned to the Alfred in explaining nt said his sister betrayed and lie deter mined to tell the story in order to the family disgrace It is estimated that over head of cattle perished in Kansas during the recent An antitoxin which will destroy the germs of cholera infantutn has been announced by Simon Flex director of a medical institute at Business failures throughout the country in February amounted to against in the same1 month in Prohibition in Vermont is believed killed by referendum adoption of high license under local option Forty structural iron with capital aggregating have coinbined to resist iron workers and other employes def mands for wage The Indiana legislature has passed bill appropriating for the In diana exhibit and building at the Louis Seventeen persons were injured in a railway collision near Senator Quay predicts four states will be admitted as the result of the fight by friends of the omni bus bill before the next President Roosevelt has signed all the appropriation bills passed by con James Corbett James Jef fries have agreed to fight in California in July or August for the heavyweight championship of the The population of New York city is now placed at Al Wade has been sentenced to be electrocuted June 27 at for the murder of Kate Sullivan two years John Greenwood and lier three aged 16 and 12 and a boy aged killed by the cara at A bill before the Pennsylvania leg islature joroposes medals and money rewards for large Maine legislaturo has rejected a bill proposing resubmission of the prohibitory law passed 50 years A strike of Illinois miners is the joint committee hav ing failed to reach an agreement on the wage Montana house passed a bill requiring that newspapers shall once a month print a statement of owner ship and that editorials shall be The fivB new battleships ordered by congress will be named Mississippi and John Rockefeller has given 000 to a negro college at total of cattle losses due tothe recent blizzard in Texas are now esti mated at Wabash railroad strike sentiment is and the men may quit work individually to avoid Uniited States court The president has renominated William Crum as collector of cus toms at Local manifestations in behalf of relection of President Diaz are to be held all over Reports from China show that the rebels in the northern districts are gaining in strength and that foreign ers are openly The practically complete failure of the rice crop last year has caused fam ine in the northeastern provinces of Increasing numbers of Bulgarian rev olutionary bands are operating in Sir Thomas Lipton after inspecting1 Shamrock at that the launching would take placfe March secret of restoring lost eyesight is claimed to have been discovered by Professor Peter of An apparatus suppliies the place of the while the of seeing is performed Premier in1 speaking of the food supply of Great Britain in time of says it is merely a question of The British army estimates for 190304 call for a total expenditure of PEHSOJiAJO AND William Fnrrar better known as Baldy one of the prominent figures of the civil died at his home in nged 80 Delawares long senatorial fight has been ended by the election of Frank Alice to the long term and Con gressman Louis Heisjer Ball to the short Robert Sanford Foster died at He was one of the distinguished generals of the civil Charles the past grand master mason in the died at aged 03 Josephine nged 102 died at her home in Jackson general manager of the Paul died in Preston Garland colored celebrated his one hundred and fourth birthday at He served under Butler in the civil Jasiah the inventor of the pa per car wheels now in on rail at at the age of 01 Pope Leo celebrated in Rome his ninetythird Nineteen ladrones were killed in an encounter with American troops near the village of seven miles from The sole survivor from a crew of 20 reached Hamburg from the Cambrian wrecked in the North sea on February The breakup of Turkey within three years is predicted us an outcome of the Balkan Jose Butelo Ordonez has been elect ed president of The iwefltyflfth anniversary of the of Pope Leo was cele brated at Rome in presence of 000 The three Venezuelan warships cap tured by the British during the bloclj ade have been returned io Rafael former of Salvador and lately minister pf Criticism of the Wahash manage ment by emplojes and disapproval of Vhe court for issuing nn injunction is discouraged by brotherhood who fear contempt of court proceed Weekly trade reviews report im proved due to increased movement of freight and Elder Uriah for 55 years conr tinuously the editor of the Adventist Review and died in Battle Madison1 colored friend and associate of died In convention at Detroit Michigan re ublicans renominated Judge Frank of for justice of supreme Arthur of Maryland has chosen by the democrats as their leader in the United States There were 229 business failures in the United States during the seven days ended on the against 176 the same week in William Ross was executed at Bot for of Thom as Walsh on July A general strike against the Ameri Bridge company has been ordered by the structural iron workers in Phil The Wisconsin legislatures proposal for a national conference on the negro question is favored in the The world fivemen bowling record was broken Chicago by the Em pires of the new record being The old Lincoln homestead near the birthplace of Abraham will be soldunder the Democratic United States senators extra session will close by April Charles hanged at for the murder on June 21 last of Ida The Arkansas legislature haspassed a bill requiring street car companies to operate separatecars for white and colored Ira evangelist and sing it is become totally The exchanges at the leading clear ing houses in the United States dur ing the seven days ended on the Oth aggregated The in crease compared with the corre spondingweek of Inst year was MINOR NLWS Tn western Canada acres of arable land today await the Union veterans who lost an arm in the war are to have their pensions in creased to With a gift of to Co lumbia college a depaitinent of health and science will be It is said that King Leopojd of Bel gium will visit the United States dur ing the The Prussian statistical office re ports that there are insane pa tients in the 279 asylums of New measurements confirm the re port that Mount in is the highest peak in The Nickel Plate road has granted an increase in wages averaging about 7 to trainmen and The department of superintendence of the National Educational associa tion lias elected Henry of The French Chamber of Deputies has adopted an amendment to the army bill appropriating to provide wine for the It is reported that the Rock Island railroad has secured control of the Frisco which will make it the largest railway in the King Edward has conferred the grand cross of Michael and George on Sir Michael the British ambassador at The first work has been struck on the work of constructing he Pennsyl vania railroad tunnel under the East and North rivers and through New York An alleged plot of New York bell boys to rob hotels astounds who Bay the accused had correspond ente in leading cities and were compil Ing a list of wealthy Public business was suspended In the lower house of the Nebraska legisla ture recently to of memorial exercises in honor of Sterling founder of Arbor dfy and former secretary of The JJnJtijiiore und Ohio railroad iiounccB a 70milo eutofl will be buiH through the AI Itglum y mountains from Dexter to Irvin twothirds of the needed feet tunneling are already The work will cost TRADE Ahpncl of YpnrS Mccord nud IB Growing Still New March says Business is ahead of last year and still This is indi cated by the generally good reports received from eastern and western trade and is confirmed by largest on record February bank clearings and simply enormous gross railway earnings Southern trade and crop preparations are dulled or retarded by and rising but it is to be noted that despite this influence receipts of cotton are heavier than a year ago and had some influence in bringing about a reaction in cotton prices this Special activity is noted by jobbers in all lines of wearing ap dry mil hats and and retail trade in these lines is also Ac tive preparations for a heavy sea sons are indicated by a large demand for light and paints and There is also a stronger tone to iron and Dim Weekly Review of Trade says Further improve ment in the movement and fuel makes the general situation more although shippers are still constantly complaining and pig iron furnaces are not able to run Numerous labor strug gles also interrupt yet mills and shops are producing freely as a Jobbers and whole salers are while Spring retail trade has opened very well in many notably wearing Per mits for building operations show large gains years giving additional strength to lumber and other Failures this week numbered 229 in the United States against 176 last and 16 in compared with 17 a year ON Charles Hanged at SI 111 Given HOSCH to tlio Deputy Mairch Henderson was hanged at two oclock Friday morning after one of the most superb displays of nerve ever seen in the state of With out showing a trace of emotion the prisoner was brought into courtroom where he had been tried and sen and where scaffold was at Henderson first presented Sheriff Butchart with and handed roses to each of the thanking each in i few Words the kindness shown him while under their After talk ing1 about expressingno sorrow for the he held his hands behindjhim for the and the black cap was adjusted and the trap was The crimefor which padd the death penolty was the murder on Tune 21 last of Ida He had gained entrance to her rooms un known to her and secreted himself in a While there he overheard Miss McCormick declare that sheloved him no more and that another had en tered her Suddenly he burst through the door and with a huge knife in his hand plunged it into the woman 17 death ensuing1 almost The crime was one of the worst in ihe annals of northern Min TIRED OF Olive of Ham Seem 102 Yearn uiul IN ncuily to March Olive of this has cele brated her one hundred and second birthday and now de clares that she is tired of living having mride her is ready to Few events of importance that have oc curred within the last 98 years have es caped1 her and she recalls with marked vividness early American scenes and She has lived under all the presidents except Wash I have aged terribly since I was 100 years she and people be gan to notice that I was having birth When I was a young woman at 90 Lused to doas much work as of but now I nm getting I pray the good Lord that He will not let me live to be 103 years To He Dtvlflea Amoiitf March States Marshal Morsey took possession of in cnsh and the offices and fur niture of John the Turf Installment Friday and willhold the entire amount for distribution amongthe According1 to the agreement with Judge of the United States circuit are to get 25 per and if money re fwimsihe deposits does not amountto Uintthe company will have to enough to bringthe payments tip to that or the proceedings in fornval bankruptcy Mold Attempt nt ltobbtrv March flesperr ate attempt at highway robbery in the1 center of Johannesburg was made A couple of men at1 two customs officers convey1 Ing to the throwing pepper in their secured the money whioh they threw to 4ft who galloped horseman in his flight lauielanl a man named who tally Injured untl soon the bolteJ Us who was na the uionoy PRESIDENT FULLER JEWELERS ASSOCIAHONI I Threatened With Loss of Smell and Sight From the Ravages of Peruna Cured A GREAT many remedies to temporarily relieve have been devised1 from time to such as creams and other local as a the medical profession has little or no enthusiasm in the treatment of It is generally pronounced by them to It therefore created a great sensa tion in medical circles when Hartn man announced that he had devised a compound which cure catarrh The remedy was named and in a short time to thou sands of catarrh sufferers east and Letters testifying to the fact that Pe ruua is a radical cure for catarrh Began to pour in from all Thousands of such letters are on file in the office of The Peruna Medicine writes I feel obliged to extend you my personal thanks for my complete All through the winter I suffered from throat and lung but recovered my entire health by the of your excellent The following letter from a prom inent gentleman of Los is a case in point President of the Jewelers Association of Los has been in business in that city for seventeen the fortyfive that he has been engaged in Concerninghis experience with Pexuna says was troubled with catarrh of tho head tor many It affectednky sense of hearing and I spent lota of money with doctors and the use of local applications to relieve me but to no until my atten tion was called to wonderful effects of 1 must say thai 1 met with most surprising and satisfactory Peruna took hold of the complaint drove It entirely out of my Although well along towardthe allotted span of mansJife lam pleased as a child over the and feel like a young man VK J Such letters the above arenot except by the written1 permission of the pamphlet filledwith such letters will be sent to any address This book should be read by all who doubt the curability of If you do not receivepromptand sat isfactory results from the use of Pe runa write afc once to Hartmanj giv ing a full statement of and he will be pleased to give you uable advice i Address President ofl TheHartman HOUSEWIVES HEADACHES You dont Icnow why you suffer from headache and you are apt to believe you have some dfre female but its dollars to doughnuts that you are Women are prone to put off the duties of Nature to attend to the duties of the home and when they do get time to the feeling has Constipation results and then the awful racking Take a spoonful of Cald wells Syrup Pepsin every night before going to Keep U up for a few of miller a wrUw rtftte 0 1001 My wife unil self guttered off un4 on tor three or four with Constipation ana SleU and wo received almost Instant rellet by taUtntf Ouldwells Syrup Utie use of restored our cJItfes live ortfftfla to normul and although re free from uuy truatrlo we do not ider Uelug without a bottle for dealer who tries to wU j Via Waterloo and Albert Fast Vestibule Night train with through Sleeping BuffetLibrary Car and VIM Reclining Chair Pining Car Service en Tickets of agents P l and connecting SOLID FACTS f 7   

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