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   Lawrence Daily World (Newspaper) - March 30, 1897, Lawrence, Kansas                                LAWRENCE DABLY f V a juS manual n owseiniAro TUESDAY MARCH latloii President Vice Presldemt Oauital Surplus JsmMXarrlB G Brovanor MG Hauler B F GowlrtOB H Hewmark A Monroe J H Botxrti Watkins National Bank 1 Cublet AMt Cashier DIRECTORS Albert Heroins Paul Jaoob Savings Department Deposits received and Exchanges on all principal el U e Lawrence National Bank United States Capital Does a general banking business and issues Mils of exchange on all the principal cities of Vice Walter L M V P Directors I D Bowersock H 1i Meore J B Glathait R W Sparr F A Bailey A Heolev F w Barteldes II S Fall W R Williams ATTORNKYSAT ATTORNEY AT Mam y eit CHARLES Physiciaa Surgeon Office 721 Residence 623 Si Telephone Visits In city oijrht ylslti Ylsltiln per QEORGE SURGEON 743 Mass orer The Fair Ohio St C DENTIST Over Newmarks EDGAR Office Office to t Gladness Comes With a better understanding of the transient nature of the many phys ical ills which vanish before proper ef rightly There is comfort in the knowledge that so many forms of sickness are not due to any actual dis but simply to a constipated condi WRITES A STIRRING AP PEAL FOR ALSO ONE TO Original Either Wont or Sap Wen Part of the Corrcipojiilenco uf a News paper M in Who OiBil In Cuba Klvera Cap tured by March follow ing dispatch received from Consul CilOUt OilllMl V ti tion of the which the pleasant General dated family Syruppf Crosby of New the of the Chicago is reported killed while watching with field glasses a combat the Spanish and insurgent forces near Arroya close to the boundary of Iuerto Principe and Santa ly That is why it is the only remedy with millkmsof and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all whovalne good Its beneficial effects are due to the that it is the one remedy which promotes internal without debilitating the organs on which it It is therefore all in order to get its bene ficial to note when you pur that you have the genuine which is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup and sold by all rep utable If in the enjoyment of good and the system is then laxa tives or other remedies are not If afflicted with any actual one may be commended to the most skillful but if in need of a then one should have the and with the wellinformed Svrupof Figs stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general Give the Little Darling Pictures to look at and stories to and tie or she will and Children are very and therefore it is rastlv important their shwuld be care OUR LITTLE ONES and the now in its 32d is THE BEST and only matrazine for little oeoplo of 4 to 1 Every story Mrul poem s written to spit the intelligence of roundest reader thonirh the older children enioy and everything either in matter or is carefully Tales of wonderful animals and stories teach ing make this delightful little magazine almost An Education in 15 Stories and 3O Pictures Every The Pictures are by best living finely enjfraved on and thoroughly American in dress and inculcating a taste for all that is be t In One Dollar Buys Happiness For your little son or daughter for a whole if sent TOKAY to the publisher with hit ur her name and Teach A Child to Obseve lor Nothing delights a child more than to receive a matfazino ju t ike the irrown Surely a dollar could not be spent more to your satisfaction than in briutrin happi ness for l year to your little THK HKSI CHRISTMAS OH Nuw YKAHS A dollar bill enclosed in a letter almost always the publisher if plainly IUKICE 195 Sunnw PHYSICIAN AND 719 calls Offlc I OFFICIOYIR WMBWaWS BBDG iertdence Tenneewe 8t DEN BUILT LIKE A STERLING BICYCLES JTT8TIOB OF THB INSURANCE written in reliable lisiuiaietil nnflnf Ofltoem FOR INSURANCE Go to BEAR EXAMINATION easy running and Starling Cycle A8K FOR AGENCY THIS SPACE REERVED FOR NAME OF GOOD WHOSE SHALL IT BE WILLIAM Abstractor of Office with Poenlfc A W 7O4 Bats of Abatracta V D amd A MONTHLY MAGAZINV DeTOted to the Kindergarten PRICE A YEAH Published at by Milton Bradley Compam HENRY St Money to Loan rtrJ OITT AKD OOUrlTT PBOPBBTT He came to the island January and is said to have graduated at March The Record says whoso letters to the Record have over the signature Don joined the army of early in Feb having made his way through Spanish lines after secretly com municating with the rebel jrovernor of the province of Santa and ro from him an armed escort to the headquarters of the Cuban com lie was presiut at a number of recent at which there hard A loiter from the Havana correspond Crit tenden gives tie information thai some of Crosbys correspond ence lias fallen into the hands of the Spaniards on its way through the and the Spanish authorities have been trying to seize descriptions of his personal appearance having been sent broadcast through the prov ince of Santa IJislnstdispatrfh wasreeived March having been written in the camp of near Arroyo where he is now reported to have been Hy the same courier doubtless was sent the important letter of Gen eral Maximo Gomez to President Mc published Crosbys copy of this letter reached the Record office having come by as it was the de sire of the Cuban that it should not be published before the original was in the hands of President Ti the near Sancti March William Mc of the Lnited States of General Wcyler has arrived in this district of Sancti Eapir itu with a numerous He not to fitrht nor to oppose his strength to the forces with which I defend these but as a sanguinary and cruel who will avoid combat and spread crime and desolntiou every lie comes to murder the peas ants in the Holds to kill the and to drive our prosecuted and out ra red women the leaving their homes to be tlieir hearths violated and their gardens This is how General parities Sanoti or wherever he way Then he authorizesthose who ask him for bread for their children and alleviation for their miseries to go out in to the country and to steal and de stroy whatever they may With this permit me to send you a copy of a letter which 1 hod the honor to send your predecessor in G rover It is the hope that it may move to sacred action that induces me to take up my pen to trou At 6rst illhealth creeps up but at last it comes at a gallop and the rider is Of all known forms of illhealth and consump tion is the most Its ap proach is alow and But at the last death comes with a Consumption has been frequently pronounced It is It may be almost any But if the sufferer neglects to take the proper remedy in the proper death is swift and Consumption like alrnoft all manner of disease has its inception in a trio of all embracing They are imper fect irregular and impure They are One is dependent for existence upon the Cnre cure Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery is the best of all known remedies for this It corrects dis ordered invigorates the regulates the makes the blood and the nerves It is the irrcat blood maker and It makes the muscles firm and It soothes and invinorates the It tones np body and It cures ninetyeight per of all cases of Rebecca of York writes When I was married I weigh ed one hundred and twentyfive I was taken sick nnd reduced in heslth and broke out with a disease which my doctor said was He treated my disease but failed to do me any and I feltawnv tooo I bejran ns Pierces Golden Medical and s Grover President of the United States Permit a man whose soul is torn within him by the contemplation of unutterable to raise his voice to the supreme chief of cultivated and Do I regard this action as an imop portune act of You your self authorized it when you conceded to me a place in your last message to Even 1 beg do not regard it as a request for inter vention in our We Cubans have thrown ourselves into this confident in our The wis dom of the American people should alone decide what course of action you should 1 will not speak of the Cubans in raise my voice only in the name of unarmed Ameri victims of a frightful I raise it in the name of weakness and of innocence with forgetful ness of the elementary principles of humanity and the eternal maxims of Christian brutal itv in the closing days of the nine teenth at the very gates of the nation which stands so high in modern there by dreading European which hashad the sad glory of setting forth the horrors of the middle Our struggle with Spain lias an aspjct very interesting to that liuman itv of which you are so noble an ex and to this aspect I wish to call your illustrious Look through the world and you will see how all with the possible ex ception of the contemplate with or with sentimental the war which makes red the fields of fertile as if it were a thing foreign to tjuir in and to those of modern as if it wore not a crime to forget in this manner the duties of social broth But you know it is not Cuba it is it is all Christian it is all that sees Itself outraged by Spains horrible bar Well it is that the Spanish struggle with desperation aud that they are ashamed to explain the meth ods they employ in this But we know them and we expected We accept it all as a fresh sacrifice on the altar of Cuban The unable to exercise acts of sovereignty over the interior Of Cuba have forced the peasants to concentrate in where It is hoped that misery will force them to serve in the armies of a government which they Not only are those unfortunate ones forced to abandon the only means by which they can live not only are they forced to die of but they are branded as decided supporters of our and against their wives and is directed a fearful and cruel perse Ought such facts to be toler ated by a civilized people Can human forgetting the fundamental principles of Christian permit these things to go on Is it possible that civilized people will con sent tii the sacrifice of unarmed and defenseless men Can the American people with culpable indiffer the slow but complete extermin ation of thousands of innocent Amer icans you have declared that thev cannot that such acts of barbar STILL M Warlike MOST EXCITING DAY OF THE TARIFF REED QUELLS Called In to Subdue an Obstreperous England Republicans Vigorously Assail the Tariff Bill Bland Silver Simpsons Dally March was by far the most sensational ses sion the House has witnessed since the tariff debate The proceedings throughout were of a lively and several times bordered on the sensa Democrats blocked pro ceedings In the first instance by de manding the presence of a quorum be fore allowing any legislative work Richardson offered ililiatory mo but finally withdrew say ing Let the other side work out its own j There is no remarked the except the indolence of have as many present on this side as the majority observed At this point Dingley moved the approval of the and after an hour and twelve minutes delay it was so to On resumption of consideration of the tariff Dingley announced that the ways and moans Committee had several amend ments The first increased the rate on gelatine and gluevalued at not above 1 per from 2 to The second placed a duty of SI per ton on bauxite not Dockery called attention to a novel proposition in connection with he pro tection was accorded to equalize labor now for the first time it was proposed to equalize freight Ualzell denied that any new doctrine was involved in according protection to Labor was at the base of freight and the theory of protection was now and always had been to equalize labor con ditions A sojnewhat sensational scene oc curred at this which neces sitated the summoningof Speaker Keed from his of entered an ex rccdingiv vigorous protest against the irrileviint discussion with which the time of the House was being taken and after Sherman of New who was in the had ruled him out of he continued to Then the chair ordered him to take his Twenty times the irate Indianian was admonished to take his but the latter continued his The greatest confusion The Speaker was hurriedly Johnson continued to stand de in his Suddenly the doors burst open and the large form of the Speaker came into His European Situation Seems as March special cor respondent of the Times at Salonica everything there indicates that the situation is becoming more and more critical Fifty thousand men are now encamped around and there are 300 Krupp guns between Elassona and Within a few says the corre Edhem the Turkish commander on the Greek have under his command which will constitute his army of sol Thirty torpedoes have been laid across the bay from jetpe The large supply of ammunition here and at Constantinople is being supple mented by German Under date of the British admiral telegraphed The insurgents are following their successes by developing an attack upon a strong earth fort held by the Turks behind Suda The genernl situation in the Island is that Colonel Vassos has declared open war against the great March Crown Prince commanderinchief of the Greek Thessaly his he Princess Sophia Prince Nicholas f Greece and the Princess Marie of Greece arrived The whole arrison was under arms to receive the rown prince and his The treetswere thronged with people and gaily decorated with the wln ows were filled with spectators and many ladies threw flowers in the path f the The crown prince was velcomed by the superior military and ivil and later Prince Con amid the enthusiastic accla mation of the crowd reviewed he which were drawn up at the railroad while the princess proceeded to the Miere a Te Ueum was Thence they vent to the in front of which two batteries of artillery and a squad ron of cavalry were Absolutely Celebrated forItt UavMter Mfeactk and Assorts the food agaUtt alum aad all forms of adulteration ccnrtsMB to the cheap KOYAL BAxnia ruwvac WERE itv onchl not to le nor tolj face wa As he appeared on l see the brilliunt initiative you have taken in protesting strongly Bsrainst the killingof Kuropeans and Christians in Armenia and in denouncing them with evidence of heartfelt Knowing frankly and legally appeal to and declare that I can not completely prevent tlie acts of vandalism that 1 It does not suflice that I protect the fam ilies of who join and that my following the example of respect and put at imme diate liberty prisoners of cure and restore the enemys wounded and prevent It still appears the Spaniards are amendable to no form of persuasion that is not backed up by the vicissitudes of this cruel struggle have caused much pain to the heart of an old and un fortunate but nothing has made me suffer so much as the horrors which I unless it is to see that you remain indifferent to Say to the Spaniards tha they may struggle with and treat as NO The Floods In the Northwest Not a Com plete Evil After Siorx March mosquitoes this is the forecast qf Lnited States Weather Observer Purssell of this place They need stagnant water in which to propagate and the floods this spring have cleaned out the streams so thoroughly that they will have hard work finding breeding The hard rains for which 1 look later in the spring will make it still more uncomfortable for Picnickers and campers will be little troubled by their bites during the coining Eight People March sloop owned by John from Andrews with oysters for Pensa was caught in a squall off the bar and sank in a few The crew consisted of but two Constantino and John There were also on board Constantinos wife and five chil dren and his wifes the women being sisters of All were lost except who saved himself by catching onto a hatch door which floated off when the sioop went ALL OF ONE OF NEMAHA a Small Stream a Mtsl Washes JOBS KeGrstta Her Six Meshur taken to Ford the Bodies March day morning John wife of of our pioneer living sixteen miles northwest of bitched up the getting the cktt drsm in the aad started to The Pole which bad to was greatly heavy local but she did Mt think the water as high as it swift current upset the load o six children and herself into the and all were drowned but the who managed to save The children ranged from 14 yean of age down to 8 Search for the bodies of the drowned children was begun were found ina short and three more were recovered tear ing one still to be It U prob able that it beem carried Ur stowa McGrath is in a pitiable etw dition the result of her terrible wrience and and her riends fear for her John Ko the is a prosperous THE SLATE BILL BJCAL LIVEEY STABLE attedtioa to yn Smrttdnc tat tnankbodand I began to I began taking the Discovery my weight When the scene quickly droppec down ill to his The speaker looked toward Mr who arose and in cahn tones desired to get on with the bil so tliathe could have au opportunit to ciTef some amendments toward the The speaker replied in a conciliatory No matter what the provoca tion for a he the gentleman from Indiana could not but I agree that it was the first duty of a I member to obey the directions of the presiding The House then went back into committee and pro ceedciwith the liland wanted fifteen minutes to ui sifii given and during the wraugle oi California moved that all debate be aud that we close ihis blamed of Kansas at this juncture offered some amendments whiili were ruled out of He also had read a long which he said defined the POM tion of the Pop ulists toward the It stated in the tariff had been the foot Minority Kaport March of yesterday pre sented a minority report on the bill re cently reported favorably to the Sen ate for the adjustment of the Pacific roads debts through the agency of a Under it the government is substituted in absolute and uncon ditional ownership of the corporate aropertv of every in place of the whose ownership there upon To Send an Agent to March McKinley has definitely decided to send a special commissioner to The specific object of the special com missioners visit to Cubawill be to take part in the intended investigation of the alleged murder of an American they but that they must rej ball of politics for a century and that spect tbe pacific population that they the Hppuiists had no faith in the abil must not ovtrage women nor butcher innocent Say to Spain that murder must that cruelty must and put the stamp of yonr io Ltic ifiti iu ijiw j authority on what you Thons expressed the opinion that the duties ands of hearts will call benedictions on your ity cither the Republican or Demo cratictariff law to remedy the evils of theexisting gold Mr McCall was the first Republican the bill in the lie boldly down eternal jn the bill were too He espe and The Democrats very much inter the supremely will see j forthwith became in it the most meritorious work of estiiH in your entire life I am your bumble Two Miners Uiown to WEBB March hor rible accident occurred at Dermott Gunnings at three miles north of which cost Ben Brewer and Lon Gunning their both being lirerally torn to They were and while thawing out a box of dynamite it with the above Each leaves a widow and several For the Annexation of March Repre sentative Spaulding of Michigan in 46 Vermont St Ski Telephone for the annexation United of Hawaii to the Kebntaln Bribery March com pounds sod now I weigh 140 pounds and have trodoeed a joint resolution providing only taken two I cannot say too ranch abont the My husband Is one of the happtest men in the He says I look than I did the first time he ever saw ind oSt fifteen years a well and do all of my tend to my fowb and cow and do some work in the garden n is Health jmd happiness fcrme4 a paitneT sktp In the garden of It has never tare one with usual mlttee of the senate yesterday began to take testimonyin an investigation of charges that a bill to permit open gambling was passed through the sen ate by means of The bill had been sent to the but when the wen the senate Are the duties on woolens manu factured in New England too high asked of 111 inois McCall at first evaded a direct reply but I do not hesitate to he that I think the duties of tbjs bill are higher than necessary for the just purpose of Ijiut about interposed Hopkins I insist upon on answer to Complain of Too Much March rains have been falling here nearly continuously for the last twentyfour Farmers complain of being unable to put in crops on account of too much Winter wheat and fruit give promise of splendid Democratic D March The municipal election resulted in an over whelmingDemocratic not withstanding that the city gave a ma jority of 80 for McKinley last Novem Important Karscement March received here say that an important engagement has taken place at Maca province of Santa between the Spanish under General and the under Gen eral Maximo The insurgents left thirtynine men killed on the Place for Joseph March Smith of Ohio was today appointed by my The duties in this bill are too highl reiterated without detriment either to the wool Jajy Oat slnuty grower or the wool March Lh free to to agree and was followed McCalls lead murder trial of Ben and aroused the plaudits of the killing John Bnlloek at by declaring that raannfac last reported being unable turtfliof New England did not the duties In the cotton and woolen schedules in the neither tbe com pensatory nor the straight We want a tariff law that will said We do not want to strangled with Dan iMDont for March report U in circulation among1 the Washington friends of exSecretary of War Lamonl thatjie is about to become Governor Stephens posed Taxation of JEFJXBSON March The governor this afternoon gave out lia message vetoing the measure roduced and passed by the last i ly known as the Slate note and assessment He declares that the records of the Senate and the MU taelf do not harmonize because the bill has the emergency clause attached and it was not passed by the main the governor are inquisitorial aad ma The proposed operation of this law would in the of time deface a note or bond almost beyond any In the listing of the mass of in debtedness which is ty bonds and mortgages would be an impossible task for the Successful business men are usually very anxious to keep their credit affairs private if accurately described aad placed nfoa it would be made public prop As for preventing property from escaping taxation this bill will hare little for those who intend to avoid taxation will invent more cer tain methods than they now There bas been a great cry for years against paying interest to for eign loan companies and on foreign and yet this law looks to me as if it might be in tbe direct interest of such for it does not af fect but only local The capitalists holding a sufficient number of notes will avoid the law by indors ing them to friends in other states prior to June and will thus escape taxation on all their property in thia The measure would impose a hardship on the country merchants all over the because fourfifths are compelled to transact business oa the credit It exempts It would discourage investments aad drive capital away from the It is an assault upon the honor and good name of the If the law should go into effect and all notes by law must be assessed at a hundred cents on the all loans will be called in and thousands of now thought to be wealthy will be driven to Many who voted for the bill did so under a and are now apologizing for their The result of such a law be to flood the courts with encourage dishonesty and free exchange of negotiable A Tattfeer Kali His SOD While March ax Bloomer Saturday banting with little shot at a jrabdit in a thicket The load hit boy in head aad he died from tha ejects that night More aotac March dnd Grain are prepared to Yorieftw hoiae   

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