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   Waterloo Courier (Newspaper) - February 20, 1895, Waterloo, Iowa                             tlpARrl FIRST PAGES 1 1 TO is ii VOL 36lZO 48 Weekly Established 1S5S Daily Established 1S90 WATERLOO IOWA WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 20 1895 WHOLE NO 1860 ANOTHER SURPRISE The State Withdraws Its Ob jections to Miss Wachters Testimony EXPECTS TO DISPROVE IT The Attempt to Prove an Alibi For Harry Hayward Progresses MINNEAPOLIS Feb state sprung a surprise in the Hayward mur der trial when it withdrew all opposi tion to the introduction of Maggie Wachters testimony Miss Wachter is the stenographer of Busts attorney Who was to testify that Blixt had stated to his attorney in her presence that it with Adry aiid not with Harry that he had conspired to murder Miss Ging The court had held that it was a com munication between client and attorney and was therefore inadmissible There had been the greatest interest awakened nmong lawyers generally and Mr Br win received a telegram from W D Frazee at Okoloria Miss citing three decisions as to the point The court was unwilling to admit the testimony with out the direct consent of Blixt and the murderer was brought from the jail and questioned personally by Judge Smith He had no objection he said and Miss Wachter was called It then developed that she was sick and could not be pres ent at this time The sudden change of front on the part of the state is said to be due to its ability to impeach Miss Wachters evidence absolutely Busts attorney will go on the stand and con tradict it and it is also understood that the state has ascertained from a confi dant of Miss Wachter the true in wardness of the evidence Miss Wachters Illness The young woman woman was ill os tensibly from tonsilitis but it was stated in another quarter than the courtroom that she had been reduced to the condi tion of a nervous wreck by the attitude Mr Hall assumed toward her on Satur day The conditions surrounding this witness have assumed a most remarka ble character The defense asserts that knowing the truth as to Blixts confes sion and the manner in which it was obtained Miss Wachter found herself unable to silence the promptings of con science and consulted a firm of well known attorneys as to what she ought to do under the circumstances She was advised that as it was a matter of life and death concealment of any facts In her possession would be nothing less than criiniual The result was that she made the attorneys for the defense ac quainted with Blixts real utterances aud announced her readiness to tell what she knew on the witness stand What the claims of the prosecution are relative to Miss Wachters statement has never been made clear except in the objection to its admission on the ground that it was a statement given to an attorney Mr Hall was asked after adjournment why the objections had been withdrawn and the understand ing arrived at was that the state did not consider the testimony of Miss Wachter damaging to the states case Assertions of the Defense The attorneys for Hayward make the assertion that the assistant county at torney tried by cajolery threats and all sorts of abuse to prevent the young woman from testifying and that her condition is largely the result of the methods used by the states laywer This fact will be brought out on re direct examination said Mr Smith It is a most disgraceful tiling and not to be tolerated We shall show up the methods of the attorney before the case is ended Mr Hall was asked to state what oc curred at the interview he had with Miss Wachter He laughed at the state ment of the other side which he charac terized as the mouthings of the de fense Thomas Watermans Testimony Thomas Waterman was called to tes tify as to Harry Harvards movements on Dec 8 the day of the murder He contradicted Adry Hayward in several important particulars as to time Three boarders at Harry Haywards boarding house testified that he was in tho dining room as late as that evening which brings him dangerously close to the time Liveryman Wilson claims to have seen him driving with Miss Ging half a mile away The defense expects to establish a complete alibi for the de fendant from 1 until p m the day of the murder Irwln Not Guilty PmsBimo Feb sealed ver dict in tlw case against George M Ir for false pretenses found the dis cretionary pool operator not guilty of the offeiisd charged but ordered him to pay the costs of thocase There are several other charges hanging over him Fatal Coasting DUBUQUE laFeb boy named Prank Goodrich 10 years old was fat ally injured by running in front of a street car while coasting down Juliou avenue His skull was fractured and his scalp torn off Given Iicavn to Content HELENA MonFeb supreme court has decided that Harriot Sheffield mid Erwin Davis nioco and brother of Andrew J Davis tho Butto millionaire may contest tho will on the ground that it WM forgory and was revoked by other ThU roof oiu tlio whole COM ACTOR GENTRY NOT FOUND Murderer of Madge Torke Still Out of the Hands of the Police PHHADELPHIA Feb to noon nothing had been heard of Actor J B Gentry who murdered MissMadge Yorke at Zeiss hotel The police of this city are guarding every depot in the city closely and if the murderer has not al ready made his escape from town it will be almost impossible for him to do 80 Detective Grier is of the opinion that Gentry caught the 10 p m train on the Pennsylvania road for New York The revolver with which the murder was committed was found in a snow bank at Eighth and Locust streets which is but half a block from the hotel where the crime was committed Three chambers were empty showing that Gentry had fired three shots at the un fortunate actress only one of which took effect Two bullets went wide of their mark and were round buried in the wall The third struck Miss Yorke hi the center of the forehead and passed through her head corning out just back of her Miss Clark who was a close friend of the dead actress and who was iu the room at the time of the shooting can give no reason for the murder as she had never heard of any quarrel between the lovers CHICKENS CAUSE TROUBLE A Farmer Disposes of Sixty Birds at Sioux Falls Sioux FAILS S D Feb Sioux Falls Gun club is badly stirred up over a little incident which occurred here A farmer drove into town and sold 60 prairie chickens to a leading market man While the farmer was waiting for his pay a member of the gun club who had been notified stepped into the market and called the proprietor aside The farmer mistrust ing that they were talking about his chickens rushed out of the market without waiting for his pay got into his wagon and drove out of town with his team on the run An effort will be made to learn the name of the farmer and if this is done he will be prosecuted under the game law The meat dealer who has the chickens in his possession is also liable under the same law and there is a probability that he will be punished The penalty in each of the cases is a fine of a bird THE LATE MONTANA BLIZZARD Keports of Fatalities Still Being Received toss of Stock Enormous BDTTE Mom Feb of additional fatalities in the recent bliz zard in the eastern part of the state are received almost daily August Schafer agent of a stock company in Fergus county started to assist the herders and got lost in the blinding snow His body was found within a few rods of the house and his dead horse near by A herder for State Senator Swift near Miles City named Smith was lost in the storm and has not been found The loss in stock and especially sheep will be tremendous as in many cases whole flocks were frozen Another Protest 13Stocltslagor WASHINGTON Feb vigorous protest has been made by Hon S M Stockslager excommissioner of the land office against the adoption by congress of the recommendations of the Doekery joint commission to abolish the offlce of surveyor general of public lauds and to transfer the survey of those lands to a new bueau composjd of she geological bureau the coait aud giodatic survey and the surveying of the general laud offlce Ir Soimers Friemls Anxious WASHINGTON Feb friends of Dr Joseph H Seuner who has been nominated for commissioner of immi gration at New York are becoming somewhat uneasy over the qrospects of liis confirmation The nomination was sent in on the 14th of January The complaints take the shape of criticisms rather than charges and are based for the most part on the fact that Dr Seu ner is not a native of the United States and has been naturalized only eight or nine yerrs Only for Swiss Exhibits WASHINGTON Feb States Consul Ridgely at Geneva Switzerland has reported to the state department for the benefit of wouldbe American exhib itors that tho Swiss exhibition to be held from May 1 to Oct 18 1890 will be confined to Swiss exhibits The ex position promises to be unique in many respects and will be signalized by an unusually large and ingenious electric display Cholera In Argentine WASHINGTON Feb presence of cholera in Argentine has been form ally recognized by the Argentine gov ernment according to Consul Baker at Buenos Ayres who has reported the fact to tho state department adding that he believes the disease is really the cholera morbus which appears there every year StnaVl pox on Hoard SAN FRANCISCO Feb steam ship of Sydney arrived from Pana ma and way ports and was ordered into quarantine by Dr Lawler the quaran tine officer because of smallpoxwhich on of tho crew on the voyage up thy coast Charged With larceny FOND ia LAC Wis Fob V Sullivan a prominent retired merchant was arrested charged with larceny by M L Collins a former business part ner His residence was searched and worth of articles found and idouti fled by Coiling his owu A CHANGE IS RULES One Innovation Likely to Be Made In the Proceedings of the Senate APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE To Be Divided Taking Away Some of Its Power and Much Work WASHINGTON Feb a recent speech in the senate Mr Dubois Ida gave intimation of a change hi the rules of the senate that is very likely to be wrought about He said it had become very evident that the senate committee on appropriations was becoming over worked and the time had arrived when he duties of that committee should be ightened by having the various appro priation bills divided among those com nittees which had jurisdiction over the subjects treated in them This of course Created Something of a Stir on the appropriations committee Be yond all question this committee is the nost powerful in the senate It handles every appropriation bill except the river and harbor bill and this is only a bien nial nieasure In every other direction t is supreme If a senator desires to se cure an amendment of any of the various bills he is obliged to introduce itthen vefer it to the committee having juris diction of the subject for what appropri ations are asked and then have it re ported and referred to the appropriation committee to be incorporated in the proper bill This was the course pur sued with the amendment appropriating for the Hawaiian cable as well as a hundred other amendments pro posed this session Meets Wltli Much Favor Since the short speech of Senator Du bois the feeling in the matter has grown as it has been talked about and a prop sition to change the rules in this par ticular is sure to meet with favor the only difficulty being the f ailure to get action It is proposed that all appropri ation bills save those known as the gen eral bills treating of all subjects shall be referred to and handled by the commit tees as follows the committee on agriculture the committee on coast defenses Bivers and now to the committee on commerce District of the District of Columbia committee Diplomatic and the com mittee on foreign relations the committee on Indian affairs Army and Navy Military Academy the committee on military af fairs the committee on naval af fairs the committee on pen sions the committee on post offices and post roads This would leave the legislative exec utive the sundry civil and all deficiency bills to be handled by the committee on appropriations and by those who favor the change it is asserted that this will be ample for that committee WEST POINT EXAMINATIONS A COSTLY STRIKE Those of Prospective Cadets Will Be Held at Army Posts March 1 ST PAUL Feb March 1 236 candidates and alternates for vacancies at the West Point military academy will appear at the army posts near their homes for examination as to their quali fications for admission There are now about 140 vacancies and of this number congressmen have nominated candidates for all except 28 who will be named before the examinations begin Under the present role of the department can didats are no longer examined in a bunch at West Point in June as in former years but in order to save the expense incident to the journey which in the case of young men coming from the far West is considerable caudinates have been directed to appear at the army posts near their homes where they will be subjected to the ordeal and the pa pers then forwarded to West Point for final revision A BAD WRECK Brooklyns Street Car Trouble Cost the City Three Blillloii Uollnrs BROOKLYN Feb trolley strike which lasted 84 days has cost an enormous sum of money Tluee million dollars is considered by those directly involved a moderate estimate When the strike started it was stated that district assembly No 7 had from to in its treasury About was subscribed by sympathizers AH this has been spent and tho wages the men would have earned has been lost The Brooklyn Heights Bail road company was the heaviest loser among the roids It is estimated to havo lost directly The other systems have lost close to The cost to the city and the state for the troops is expected to ex ceed The dajniage done by cars manned by inexperienced motor men is placed at more and the loss in earning capacity by the militia during their stay in Brooklyn is con servatively estimated at Spe cial officers and deputies cost Kings and Queens county and the loss to the business men of Brooklyn is con sidered light when placed at There were many other losses to swell the amount in addition to the incon venience and the suffering caused by the big strike Officials of the union have called the strike off on 33 lines PEABODY HONORED Two Fatally and Others Seriously Injured Near Huntington W Va HUNTINGTON W Va Feb serious wreck occurred on the Norfolk and Western railroad at 4 a m seven miles west of here Train No 2 south bound was running at a rate of 25 miles an hour when the engine jumped the track followed by two coaches John Adlnns of Wayne county was killed out right an unknown lady from Petoskey Mich was struck on the head and is dying and Engineer Jackson and Fire man Gauss were seriously injured Five Thousand ITpr n Jtoail STEPHEN Minn Feb bill is being drawn and will soon be presented in the senate which is of a great import ance to this locality The hill calls for an appropriation of to bo used in the improvement of a new wagon road between Jadis and War road crossing a distance of 29 miles in the now county of Rosseau If this amount is appropri ated tho road will bo completed and will be the best and j n ost direct road tothogod nidi A petition for the passage oj iIi bill ha loon circulated hero ami hr boon Uuiuiiniomly endorsed Mid signed The Centennial of the BiJtfth of tho Noted Philanthropist Celebrated PEABODY Mass Feb town is celebrating the centennial of the birth of the noted philanthropist George Peabody There is bunting everywhere and flags float from all the public build ings while the decoration of private res deuces is general The school children in Peabody institute listened to an ad dress by Rev J W Hunt on George Peabody In the afternoon at the town hall the exercises were continued with an address by Hon Francis M Appletou an ora tion by Lieutenant Governor Walcotfc andapoeni One Hundred Years by Rev Minor J Savage A banquet was held in the evening COUNCIL OF WOMEN Convention of Representative XSoclies in Session at Washington WASHINGTON Feb formal opening of the second triennial session oj the National Council of Women of the United States began at the Metrop olis hotel Mrs May Wright president calling themeetingto order The council is a representative body com posed of delegates from all the various associations of women throughout the country Among tho 20 associations represented are the Woman Suffragists the W C T U Universal Peace union Kindergarten union various social re lief aud missionary societies tie Woma daughsis Women Stenographers National Council of Jewish Women American AntiVivisection society and various local councils of women POINTED OUT GRAVE DANGERS French Fanners Afraid of American Cat tle Diseases PAHTS Feb deputation repre senting the farmers in the departments of Pas de Calais and Nord visited M Gaudaud minister of agriculture and pointed out to him the grave danger of infection to French cattle arising from the importation of American cattle suf fering from contagions diseases M Gaudaud informed the delegation that the matter to which they referred had been submitted to a committee of ex perts on cattle diseases and their decis ion would shortly be given After leav ing M Gaudaud the delegation called upon M Ribot the prime minister aud submitted their grievance to him M Ribot promised that he would take the matter under consideration OVERCOME BY GAS A Dozen Miners ProliabaWy Fatally In jured at Ashland Pa ASHLAND Pa Feb Bear Ridge mine at Mahoney Plane was the scene of a horrible explosion A gang of men were engaged in driving an ah course when they broke through into a breast containing a large volume of gas This was ignited by their lamps aud the explosion followed setting fire to the timbers of the air course in which the men were working thus shutting off al means of escape Six men have been taken out all of whom it is feared wil die The Delaware Deadlock DovEnDel Feb 50th ballot in the fight for the United States sena torship of Delaware has been taken It resulted substantially as all the others Next South Dakota Encampment HURON S D Feb next an nual encampment of the GA R de partmeut of South Dakota will be hole at Pierre in June together with the an nual encampment of the Womans Re lief corps aud Sons of Veterans Gen sral Carpenter of Watertown depart inent commander and Mrs Robinson department president W R C havi been in Pierre arranging for the meet ings General Lawler commander in chief will be present Slept on Their Hightx DBS MOINES la Fob Holmes of tho district court held tho ac of legislature providing for tho anuoxa tiou of suburbs to Dos Moiuos uucon etitutional bat the question not having boon raised soon enough the law wonl now stand because of thopeople sloop ing oil their rights and tho law being complied with siuco enactment in 1890 CAME UP SMIL1G Defense Apparently Not Dis concerted by Wilsons Testimony MISS WATCHERS STORY BARRED Physicians Testify Regarding the Fractures on Miss Cings Skull MINNEAPOLIS Feb defense n the Hayward murder trial caino up smiling after the staggering blow dealt t by Liveryman Wilsons testimony to the eftect that ho had seen Miss Ging and Harry Haywarcl together in a buggy at the foot of Lowry hill just previous to he nmrder The reason for the smiles ay in the confidence that the first wit ness would completely shatter the evi dence of Glaus A Blixt by her testi mony But there was a slight slip in lie calculations of Sir Erwin that pre vented for the time the full fruition The witness was Miss Maggie Wacliter who is the stenographer of Bluets at oruey On the day before Christmas he attorney took her into Blists cell or the purpose of taking down a state meut from the prisoner No one else present at the time and she took down such words as the attorney flireot ed Erwin then read the statement im puted to Blixt saying that lie anil Ailry Hayivnrcl aad planned the murder and had gone out to Lake Calhoun to arrange the de bails the week before He asked Miss Wachter if Blixt had made the state ment he had just read to his attorneys Before she could answer the state inter posed an objection on the ground that whatever statement Blixt had made to his attorney was inviolable under the state statute The court finally ruled that under the circumstances the evi dence was iuadinissable but gave the defense time to produce authorities which may change his opinion So Miss Wachter was dismissed and the skulls on which the wounds of Miss Ging were illustrated wore sent for Ihyalclang Testified Three phsiciaus were put on the stand by the dofeusa and asked hypothetical questions bearing on the question of the fracture of the skull Dr C H Norrod thought it highly improbable that the double fracture had been caused by the fall from the buggy as explained by Blixt Dr 8 E Honce thought it next to impossible Dr D C Meyer said he had had a long army experience but he had never known of a case whore a fall of three feet had produced such frac tures of the skull Court then ad jourued 0ow to Transplant the Maple In sections where the hard maple thrives it makes the most valuable dura bio and ornamental shade tree that can be obtained and usually it can be had from the adjacent woods for the asking and digging In warmer climates the soft maple is much planted As the foli age of both starts early they should be transplanted as soon as the ground is free from frost choosing trees not over 2 inches in diameter at two feet above the ground Leave on all the roots pos sible keeping them well protected from the sun and wind until again sot out The best success is usually obtained by cutting off all the branches and sawing off the top eight or ten feet from the ground covering all side wounds with paint or varnish and tying over the top a cloth saturated with liquid grafting wax Branches will be thrown out on all sides and should any of them ap pear too low remove them letting all those above a certain height remain 11 too thick the natural growth of the strongest will crowd out the weaker ones To obtain fully developed shade trees do not plant them closer than SO feet How to Dry Wet Shoes When without overshoes you are caught in the rain carefully remove all surface water and mud from the shoes Then while still wet rub them well with kerosene oil on the furry side of canton flannel Set them asido until partially dry then again apply the ker osene They may then be deposited in a moderately warm place and left to dry gradually and thoroughly Before ap plying French kid dressing givo them a final rubbing with the flannel still slightly dampened with kerosene and the boots will be soft and flexible as new kid and bo very little affected by their bath in the rain NORTH DAKOTA SCHOOLS MKANE MUST DISGORGE omjnrUon Shows a Very Healthy Growth For Two Gil AND FORKS N D Feb biennial report of Mrs Laura J Eison liuth late state superintendent of public instruction shows a healthy condition of the schools of this state The report contains the statistics for the years of 1892 and 1898 but not of 1894 In order to show growth the years 1891 and 1893 are taken for comparison Number of organized school districts in the year 1891 975 in 1893 1199 Number of school houses erected in 1891 88 in 1893 134 Total number of teachers employed in the year 1891 3288 in 1893 2700 Amount paid teachers for salaries dur ing 1891 in Average monthly wages of all teach ers in 1891 in 1898 Average cost of schooling for each pupil per mouth enumerated iu 1891 in 1898 Total expenditures for school purposes during the year 1891 in 1898 Total indebtedness of school districts of the state in 1891 in 1893 Amount of tax levied by school boards during 1891 iu 1893 The report advocates abolishing the office of school district treasurer There are 1199 school districts and there was paid in 1892 and 1893 as sala ries and expenses of school district treas urers This could be to the state and satisfactory services rendered by having the office of shool district treas urer abolished and the duties performed by county treasurers It has been found that under the present law it is almost impossible to check up the accounts of the district treasurer and the average school board has neither the time nor the inclination to do so The report also advocates the adoption by the legislature of a free text book system LI HUNG CHANG Sow to Benefit Without Genuine A rubber flesh brush is the next best thing to a massage A thorough rub bing of the face and neck twice a day is almost equal to facial massage It does not irritate the skin as a bristle brush does and it doos exercise every particle of flesh and stimulate the nerves so that the face loses the strained look which is derived from one sot of tired muscles and another of unesoroised ones Kcporteil on the Way to Port Arthur to Ncgolato Peace CHKE Foo Feb is reported that Li Hung Chang one of the new Chinese peace envoys is on his way to Port Arthur where he is to meet envoys appointed by Japan and arrange terms for the cessation of the war It is said here that Russia and England will offer to mediate peace between China and Japan A report is also in circulation here that the foreign representatives at PeMii ore againapprehensive of trouble and have ordered guards to be bronghl up from their respective warships at Tien Tsju for the protection of tno lega tions Private ODclls Play ST PAUL Feb the latter part of January Private ODell of the Third regiment at Fort SneUing was convicted of an army offense and incar cerated in the guard house Shortly after he was placed under arrest he was confined to his bed by illness He was supposed to be so weak that no guard was thought necessary Thursday night lie surprised everybody connected with the ho ipital by disappearing He has not yet been crptured iUurder and Suicide HELENA Mou Feb few days ago in a lonely cabin on a sheep ranch in Ouster county 85 miles from the town of 15 Terry a rancher named Bern shot and killed his wife with a Win Chester and then put the muzzle of the gun against his own head and pushec the trigger with a stick Both had lain cold in death several days before any one came that way Mlnturn Taken Clurrge GREEN BAY Fob B Minturn has assumed charge as superintenden of the Lake Shore division of the St Paul road succeeding H M Bell whc probably go to South America tc accept the management of a railroad there Burned to Death CEDAR RAPIDS la Feb Ann Malven a lady about 80 years old was burned to death at Greely Sh was alone in the house and her clothing caught fire in some way She was un conscious when found and soon died Want Pure Seed Grain MAPLETON Minn Feb peti tion is being circulated here asking the legislature to enact a law requiring all seeds and seed grains sold as such to be free from foul seeds like mustard and the dreaded Russian thirtle Accepted a Light Plant ST JAMES Minn Feb a meeting of the city council the electric light plant was found entirely satisfac tory and accepted MBRIDE EXONERATED How to Kcvivp a person From Fainting For an ordinary fainting fit lay tho patient flat Great harm has often re sulted from ignorant people trying to mako tho patient sit up or propping up tho head On pillows To send the blood back from tho heart tho first postnro is absolutely necessary Lot tho paticntlio so that tho feet aro higher thnn thu head throw tho clothes about tho chest and throat opou spongo tho faco with cold water nnd givo aomo cold water to drink irderocl to Turn Over Property Amount ing to ISctwcen 8150000 and S3OOOOO NEW YORK Feb a decision rendered by Referee William J Choate John Y McKaue the exchieftain of raveseud who is serving a long term of imprisonment in Sing Sing for jug gling with the registration lists of Coney gland must restore to its rightful own jrs an estate variously estimated to be from Tho estate belongs to Mrs Catherine Bauer and her daughter widow and daughter of the late Paul Bauer a well imown Coney island hotel keeper who died in Bloomingdale insane asylum Jan 12 1889 In addition to relinquish ing the property McKane also within CO days must file an accounting showing what he has done with all the money he uas collected in rents and from other sources The big estate fell into hig hands nearly seven years ago SOME WILL WORK Man Who Preferred Charges a Demagogue find SelfConfessed Corruptionist COLTJMBUS 0 Feb Mc Bride by the unanimous report of the committee of 15 was reported not guilty of the charge of corruption in connec tion with the Hocking Valley railroad strike The committees report said that Mark Wildt the railroad man who preferred tho charges is a demrgogue and selfconfessed corrnptiouist Seriously 111 LONDON special diupatcb from St Petersburg published here says bad news has boon received again ns to the health of tho czarewitch Grand Dnko George the brother of the present Czar Nicholas aud second wu of die lato Alexander III Brooklyn Strike Declared Off on Some Lines Withou K of Consent BROOKLYN Feb Brooklyn trolley strike has been partially voted off The strikers who were employed on the Brooklyn Heights and Queens county suburban railroads met at the local assemblies and declared the strike thoy were concerned This was done without the consent of D A If o 75 Some of the men who were not connected with these twff roads will ap ply for their places at once Cituso of Sproehts Death BLACK RIVEE FALLS Wis Feb At the autopsy held on the body of Edward Sprecht the verdict was that lie came to his death from inflammation of the stomach bowels ahdMdneys Pearce is held as the cause of his death in bonds There is intense feeling Joiva Teachers F AIRFIELD la Feb 38 annual convention of the Southeastern Iowa Teachers Association commenced here with 500 delegates present Topics ot interest to the workers were discussed State Superintendent Henry Sabin de livered an address Judge Xngalls Deadv NORTH BRANCH Minn Feb death of Judge E C Ingalls occurred after a brief sickness He was a pioneer in Chisago county and always promin ent in Republican politics having been chairman of the county committee for 20 years Will Besuine Operations F AIRFIELD His Feb rnill here which is one of the largest in the state has been closed down for more than 18 months will resume operations again It is expected that a few looms will be started by March 1 andby May 1 at least 100 looms will be in operation NOT WHAT WE SAY but Hoods Sarsaparillla Does that tells the story of its merit and suc cessRemember HOODS CURES Prices which are astonishing CROAK The Shoe Man Orange Jonas Flickinger has gone to Spring field Mo to visit his daughter Mrs Elias Miller George Davis sale was well attend ed on Monday S J Lichty and David Mitchell marketed hogs during the week John Glessner upset his sled while coming to the creamery last Saturday The result was several cans of milk spilled Will Hoffs friends of your city were the guests of John Fike on Sun day Hubert Beekley was unfortunate enough to have a 10 lap robe stolen while attending literary at Clear Creek last Friday night It looks as if it is home talent that is doing this work and a stop should be made to it Someone was also bold enough to shoot through a window of the school house in Dist No 6 last Wednesday evening There is a heavy fine for carrying concealed weapons boys The Orange creamery toot In 55271 pounds of milk during last week and they also paid an average price of 91 cents clear of expenses for January milk Mr Hess and P J Eichty shipped cattle to Chicago markets last week John Berkley is on the sick list Mrs Harbaugh is no better at this writing John Harbaugh is the happy father of a bouncing boy A SUBSCRIBER our S Will like it So will the Cook F your better half does the oooklag in your kitchen The iiw of thorn aud disfippolalmwrt 4   

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