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Marble Rock Weekly, The (Newspaper) - July 1, 1897, Marble Rock, IowaVol. 22 no. 47 Marble Rock Floyd county. Iowa july 1. 1897. Terms a year at w. L. Nelson s is the place to buy your hardware also paints and oils of All kinds. A Fine line of paint brushes and bicycles at prices that will astonish you. It pay you to investigate before buying. Programme 4th of july Celebration societies. . A. M. A f a a y. Corner Stone Lodge to. Taif Tahr Wren essay no or. Before All Moon Brothers in . W Robbert Hogget. W. M. B. A darts Bee. . O. F. Hock Lodge. So. 368, Tweett to Bundu Marta of Earh week Triton cordially i pitted. Is lir Dii sox n. Of h. , Babi Lodge lso.219, to Nodar 4 a. k. Of , i. L. Oto. Meets the a Rel tuesday night in each. Ianth in b. I. Act Ltd Hec. Sec. If . Marmel a. H. A heir Clerk. V Meem at the Honie of tin. Toe 1st and itt Baruday of each month o clock a. Tombs. K. , my. Cd Misiuta u. . Of Velv Bock poet no. Job Jrie ets Bret each month. A. T. W. B. Cub Tox Alj t Exerv lbs. To lab lbs a. M. Jul smart Secre Tarr. Olm Relps. At 11 Epworth City officers. E. Gates h b Bove Uknuis _ _ _ 0 ital a a a. , e. Weber k Hugget r. Ohm town clip Stool Board r. John Bates Dibic Rohdt. 1 Hacks Tanav t school Byrd. T. Of cakes Baldwin. Dry Stobs Cauker it akan o e c so Wilding t j Cunnin Taon 8 Jota c. Slur web. J. F. Clyde. Boo Day in. Pm Iarj mow Lay in of Tai Rama Cartes ctr 4 Gyl m Jattan. 1, som minor m4 he Limmy h customs receipts first 33 months of Wilson Law first 33 months of Mckinley Law is customs Etc nut under Wilwyn Law no comment is needed. Vest s Crocodile tears have ceased to flow with reference to the sugar features of the pending Tariff Bill since the newspapers called Bis at Tention to the fact that the increase in the value of sugar Trust stocks Rinder his manipulation of the Wilson Bill was ten times As great As it has been since the Dingley taken up. The workers in the Cotton Mills of England Are already Able to. Note the contrast Between a Republican and democratic administration in the fact that the usual summer suspension of has.prevailed-., each year under the Wilson Law is to be omitted this season and the Mills run on full Lime during . Indications Are still for. The completion and final enactment of the Tariff Nee sore by july 4th. It is also Likely that the House rates on Wool Rice other agricultural ill be fully restored since the republicans of the Senate have Al ready agreed to bring the Wool sched ule Back to one cent of the House rates and it is Likely that the conference commuted will fully restore the Affonse. Schedules on both Wool and the Board of Railroad commissioners on. Thursday rendered an important decision relative to Railroad farm Crossings the decision was in the re. Bearing of the Case of s Wisher is. Rock Island where tie plaintiff applied Tor an open crossing Over of food arts Road. The Board modified its former decision and now orders the Railroad to give the plaintiff the de sired crossing. The commission holds that a land owner to an open crossing Over the Railroad s right of Way from his residence to the High i Tigris of the United states who want to Brush a their knowledge of political history in their own cd try would find and interesting method in comparing the Progress made by the Republican party in 1897 in carrying ont the pledged of its plat forum with the records of the proceeding adminis t rations the pledges of the platform will be remembered wore an honest Effort in favor p inter Patina by Mel Ailish a Reform of the Tariff the Protection of american Aba and the Orcsi orilion of possible of peace there and the control of the hawaiian sunds by the United states Efery one of these pledges has been either carried oat or is w far Way a to Render Success big Haj prob Able. A come Mission has been sent to negotiate for International bimetal list the doors of cuban prisons have been opened to american citizens who were co esd therein the general Cacao policy ii being of Iliad in a Way to in Roudi Owaiian Trety has signed two a Carre Aey con to plats for a general Oft be to Stem will be vow gym m 800v h the Tariff us in Mclive Riff m vat to Tow wit list Taw Sites july 5th, 1897. Fac mfr Salute at Sunrise. 9 a. M. Open air concert by Greene Cornet band. Parade of 500 wheels. 10. Grand Industrial Parade of business 11. March to the grounds. Music by the band. Song by the glee club. Reading of declaration of Independence by miss Mattie Smith. R. Song by the glee club. Ration by Rev. So. Cole. Song glee club. The president 2 a dinner. 10 o clock a game of Ball the or i i Ball clubs will take place at the driving Park to All at 1 o clock Sharp the Fol lowing take place to Vrzich an admission fee of 25 cts. 100 60 100 1. Or Pace 2. Or face 3 mile running race 2 in 3, 4 free for Trot or Pace opera House music by the celebrated Davis Myers orchestra. Minor sports at 5 a m. On on main Street. Display of fireworks i now is the time to buy your carpets. We have just received our new Spring samples and have marked them at the Low est prices Ever named for such goods. Call and see we know we can please you. Greo. W. Gates. Washington letter. Washin Oioi june 25, 1897. Neither Frehd Elt Mcki Iiley his Cabinet nor any body of Promin Nee in tether Branch of Congress expects any trouble to grew out of the qualified protest of Jap a against the ratification the treaty for the Saniei Atiqi of Hawaii. Japan has keen Given to understand in Plain words that Thi position of that "country1 towards the treaty cuts. Not. The slightest figure with the president and that nothing but the refusal of the Senate will prevent the. Ratification of the treaty. After thus defining the position of i his government Secretary Sherman took the trouble to Perot out to minister that the greater portion of the protest his government was against what . Treaty Between Japan and Hawaii will not by it cognized after a hat that the like lands Woald h Xvi amps Alfier Linne Zatio in the treaty Japan and the a s., which. Goes in t do effect in 1s99, which allows japanese to become i Lizins of the a The Only Sanawor Japan Cap make will be that her Citize i in Hawaii will have no treaty rights Between tic Date of annexation and the Date upon which the new. Treaty takes effect but that answer will pot b effective be cause it is an objection easily met and remedied by diplomatic negotiation. Gen. Stewart l. Avo Odford whose nomination to be a. S. Mini Star to Spain has been confirmed by the Senate is in Vwashington for the purpose of. with president Mcki Iiley and Secretary Sherman and otherwise familiarizing himself with the cuban policy that he is to play Sueh an important part in carrying oat. When he will Start for Spain has not yet been determined but he will just As soon As he can get All Bilar Range ments perfected. Is starved head it shown itself in Pale Cheeks White ftps weak digestion no appetite Efthyia Tion Lack of Nave Force soft musics and Dii Eif of All weak Muscles. Your doctor Calls it anaemia. Me will Tell you that the weakening weather of sum Mer often it on f Republican a orators had their first disagreement Over the Tariff Bill on the floor of the Senate this week but it was soon adjusted notwithstanding the efforts of the Democrat to keep it up. If was All on account of a misunderstanding concerning the Wool sched ule. The senators from the Wool pro lacing states though their constituents j were not being treated right when sen Ator Allison on behalf of the committee report eco and the Senate adopted an amendment reducing the Dingley rate of lit cents on third class Wool to 10 cents and proceeded to say so right then Ana there but things were made satisfactory to them when senator Allison offered another committee amendment providing that secured vols of the third class should pay three much duty a unsecured Wool of class which was at once adopted by a of 29 to 26. All s Well that ends but most would prefer that the democratic senators should be allowed Aion Polize All the fussing. 5jr. Villi aug j Calhoun of Dun 7ihe, Illinois who was recently sent to Cuba As president Mckinley s cominis sooner has been asked by the president the become the successor too big Bead howler Abie stroller of tha and it. Is probable that air. Cal Hobo will consent. The end of the Tariff debate is Al most in sight and it is believed to be Well nigh Cyri Ain that Bill will be passed by the Senate inside of ten Days not withstanding some it Pheil threats of Welaj which hive been in certain although the con Frary has often been stated it has been demonstrated too often to admit of a doubt Hal the Seale responds to pub lie opinion whenever it is emphatically expressed. The country is unanimous in wishing the Tariff Bill Pat through As soon As possible and the result will be to break All records. With one exception As to the time Jaken by the Senate to dispose of a general Tariff Bill. The exception was the first Tariff Bill which was signed by George Washington. To pfc few. Appoint uitts recently made in the consular service have brought a would be Consols and their friends to Washington but most of the appointments made have Leen to fill j vacancies and it is stated that the president adheres to his de termination not to take up the general appointment of consuls until the Tariff i has been disposed of. Senator Monran has introduced Bill which Cor of Hawaii on precisely the same term that the treaty does. The Bill will not be pushed if the treaty is ratified. L. Tail am Rockford Lowa. I sch. Ovca passed has new styles and fashions always on hand. New that it can easily be in " Ork cleaning and repairing Retfel Low prices. Leave at 0 to Rex s Barber

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