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SPRING 1899 wwwvwwvwwvww* "NWs Su\Xs. A nice stvlisli suit, in light and dark shades plaid, well madp, well A AC lined and trimmed... WawV More than 10 stvles in HII coiora.light Scotch plaids. brown. gr«y, undother shades 5.00 All wool worsted busi-. ne9» suits, in »11 col ors, usually sold by retailers for $8 or $9.. Everyone knows abn it, our hair line no-Mis,1 the most comply line, sold for over $10 7.75 A tbin 11 talk about, is our hard finished worsted suits in more than 20 stvles usual 1 sold for $12 Made like this Cut, 3.95 Aidrich CJias, Curator, historical Dept 'hiww \^.x- & Petersen It is along time ago dince George chopped down the apple tree and still longer since Noah's Ark stopped on Mount Ararat, but never in the history of man has clothing been selling at such ridiculous Low Prices as The Hub is offer ing those new spring clothes for 1899. We have more than 100 styles to select from, and at such prices that no one need wear shabby clothes. The New Herringbone Stripe *5 or SAUVfc Owes. A nice made 3 piece Suit, sizes from 3 to 8 years. $1.19. New Scotch Plaids, 3-piece Suits. Usually sold for $2.50. $1.59. Children's fine 3-piece Suits, black Scotch plaid, and all colors. $2.00. $2.50. A NEW THING, the 3-piece Ves tee suit with fancy vest, fome in and see them. Others ask $5. $3i00a S4a00a Ladies are especially invited to visit our children's department. The greatest line ever seen in Denison.n rENISON, IOWA, FRIDAY. Record iBreaker, LOW PRICES, t-vwvwv^wwvwwwvv T&wv's S\xv\s. Tiptop Tips on Top Over coats. The top coat you buv should be one'if these Ilerr- nn Stripe Tan Covert or Whip AA Cord. We have them all OsUU This Fine Stylish Suit, is good eiiOU_:ti fi i.u nva.. business su t. strongly made,.... 4 good wearers VivV A Real Fine Suit The best made, suitable for any occasion. Wear it at your wed di Genuine tailor made, in sack or frock O E f| Hub price QavU Suits for wedding and dress affairs, we Cow^vmaAXoxv Suv\s. We have a full line of dark fancy Worsteds and Black, which we have purchased, especially for Confirmation Suits. They range in sizes from 13 to 20, and are the fin est and best looking suits you can buy. They will wear well and the Hub price is from $5 to $ 10. Be sure and see them before buying. iii.i Wilt have more than 25 styles black and dark ci|. Full dress suits of all r-c. tiock sacks Repine cuts, etc., ranging from $10 up 15.00 Like this cut 8.50 MARCH 3, i8 9 War Department Orders More I Troops to Philippines EEI.IEVE THE VOLUNTEERS. 'U'- Depends on Conditions Upon Arrival of Reinforcements—Troops Xn Last Order WiUjl'roeoed ut Oueo to Sun Francisco antuTlieoce to Manila.—Includes the SixtjfcMith at Fort Crook. WJSIIIXGTON, March 8.—The secre tary ft war has just ordered the rein forcement of General Otis by six regi ment! These are the Sixth infantry, howat San Antonio the Sixth artillery, scattered along the Atlantic coast sta tion| the Ninth infantry, at Madison bamicks Thirteenth infantry, in New York "state Twenty-first infantry, at Plattsburg, N. Y., and the Sixteenth infantry, at Fort Crook and neighbor ing posts in the middle west. These regiments have been ordered to make ready to proceed to San Frauvisco and thence to Manila. In answer to the direct question as to whether or not these regular troops are intended to relieve a corresponding num ber of volunteer soldiers, it was said at the war department thp,t while this would probably be the case, it was not possible yet to make a positive state ment. This means that if the reinforce ments arrive at Manila and the condi tions are satisfactory the volunteers will be brought home, but if Otis shall have need of all the combined force then they must wait. The reinforcements are made up of troops who are not only regulars in the full sense of the term, but who have been through the Cuban or Porta Rican campaigns. They know what it is to be under fire, how to hunt Indians and also how to fight in tropical jungles. With them replacing the same number of volunteers, General Otis will have a majority of regulars in his command, something the war department has been desirous of bringing about. The posi tion of the American commander at Manila will be safeguarded against the effect of a sudden: and forced discharge of volnnteers by the ratification of the '^AilStsal Dewey is again pressing on the navy department the urgent need of vessels of light draft as a means of communication among the numerous small islands of the Philippine group. To this end the gunboat Vixen, which figured bravely for a vessel of her light caliber at the outset of the Cuban cam paign, has beeu ordered to be immed iately fitted out at the Norfolk navy yard for sailing for Manila. Soldiers Look For Shade. MANILA, March 3.—Yesterday was the hottest day of the season, but fortunate ly all was quiet inside and outside of our lines and the majority of the men were kept in the shade. The United States transport Morgan City has ar rived here. The wives of the officers aud other women passengers wore not allowed to laud, the authorities consid ering the condition ashore to be too un settled. The outposts beyond San Pedro Macati •were fired upon by the rebels from the walls of the Guadaloupe church. A gun boat advanced 300 yards beyond the lines and cleared away the enemy with Gatlings. No casualties are reported. General Miller has been ordered to quarter his troops in Iloilo in the cus tom house or other public buildings and authorized to make the necessary changes at a cost not to exceed $40,000, the same to be met from the reyonues collected in Iloilo. Pope IH Recovering. HOME, March 3.—Yesterday passed without incident. The pope has not suffered any pisiu in the part operateed upou.. His holiness has partaken of food several times with enjoyment. The pope was very clieorfivl all day long and in an interested way asked the doctors from time to time what they thought of his condition. They assured him. There has, however, beeu a slight increase in his tempera jure, to which the doctors attach some importance, although hoping it is merely duo to the nourishment he has taken. Dr. Lapouui remained in at tendance at the Vatican last night. The pope said during the day "It is a miracle of God that I am still alive, for he still wishes to spare his church a terrible crisis at the present moment." The latest news from the Vatican is that the pope's temperature at mid night had fallen several points. Iowa and Nebraska Brickinakers, Sioux CITY. March 3.—The joint con vention of the Iowa and Nebraska Brickinakers' associations closed this ulternoon. The next meeting probably will be held at. Mason City, la. Reso lutions wore adopted by the Iowa meet ing calling for experiments and tests of the clay of Iowa to bo carried on at the stato agricultural college at Amos for a furtherance of the development of the industry. Goiiiirtil Toral Arrested. MADKIIJ, March 3.—General Toral, who commanded the Spanish troops at Santiago, Cubit, has been arrested aud imprisoned previous to being tried by court martial on tho charge of capitu lating to General Shatter ac that place on July 14 List. ISSUED IN TWO PARTS-TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. SIX REGIMENTS FOR OTIS CAUCUS ON SENATOR SOLDIERS IN ft WRECK. Fifteen More Are Cast With Practically No Change In the Voting Adjourn After the Thirty-ninth Ballot—Nomina tlnn IH Expected In a Few More Ballots. Analysis of the Vote. LINCOLN", March 3.—The senatorial caucus has developed into a deadlock, seemingly, as tight as the legislative contest. The 15th ballot taken last night, being the 39th in all, showed no material change from the first one of Wednesday uigbt. The 39th ballot re sulted: Adams, 1 Field, 6 Hainer, 1 Hay ward, -10 Lunbertsou, 1 Thomp son, 13 Webster, 10 Hinshaw, 1. The analysis of the vote last night shows the strength and staying quali ties of the Hiiy ward force to an unex pected degree, while a gradual weaken ing among the Thompson partisans is also noticed. This is creating a senti ment on the outside that lead9 many to predict the. nomination of the Otoe county man tonight. It is said that an attempt will be made today to adjourn the legislature over Sunday In the hope of breaking the quorum in tonight's caucus, but the Havward men may be expected to oppose the adjournment. SENATE SAVES ANTI-PASS BILL. Overrides Committee Report and Puts It on General File, LINCOLN, March 3.—The senate com mittee on railroads yesterday recom mended S. F. 289, Lieutenant Governor Gilbert's anti-pass bill, for indefinite postponement. After a long debate the report was amended to place the bill on general file, six Republican members and the 12 fusionists voting in favor of the motion.' The house yesterday passed H. Es. 177 and 7, the latter providing for a submission to the vote of the people the questiou of a constitutional convention. In committee of the whole the house indefinitely postponed H. R. 54, the Zellers voting machine bill. .jV-k-tA Murders His Bosom Frftena* WYHOIIE, Neb.,March 3.—ClydeColfe, a young man living at Endicott, near here, was shot and instantly killed by Bert Grundy, his bosom friend, in that village last night. Grundy's body was found in a pasture six miles from Endi cott. A bullet hole in his skull and a revolver lying by his side told the story of suicide. Both young men were en amored of Gertie Rickards, a 20-year old girl. The tragedy occurred in her presence, after the youths had quar reled over tho privilege of escorting her home from a party and Miss Rickards had decided in Cole's favor. Grundy drew a revolver, and as Miss Rickards jumped to seize the weapon, he fired over her shoulder, shooting his most in timate friend to death. Grundy then fled. Murder aud Suicide at Cedar Itaplds* CEDAK RAPIDS, la., March 3.—Frank Metala, a man 40 years old, who has been ill of consumption for the last two years and for whom there was no hope of recovery, last evening fired two bul lets into the body of his year and a half old son aud then fired two bullots into his own heart. They were alone in the house at the time aud when finally dis covered he was sitting dead in a chair, his clothing almost burued off, whilo the baby was lying on the bed a few feet away also dead. He left a letter explaining why he had committed the act aud saying he killed the child bo cause it was sickly. Funeral of Lord Herschell. WASHINGTON, March 3.—The funeral services over the late Baron Farrar llorschell will be as simple as possible. The body will be removed from Gaw ler's undertaking establishment and the services, which will commence at 5:15, will bo conducted by the Rev. Dr. Alexander McKay Smith. At the con clusion of the services the remains will be taken to New York aud will be placed on board a steamer bouud for England, probably on Wednesday after noon. Pickett For Temporary Chairman. DES MOINES, March 3.—The Repub lican stato central committee mot hero yesterday to arrange for the next state convention. Charles 13. Pickett of Wat erloo, was chosen for temporary chair man of Vie state couvoution, and Charles E. Telford of Mouut Ayr, for temporary secretary. The date and lo cation for the convention is not fixed, but it is practically decided it shall be held in Dos Moines early iu August. The matter will be decided fully today. I* Gi'ttlng Bettor. NT.WYOKK, Matvh 3.—That Rudyard Kipling's condition has improved great ly during the past 24 hours is evidenced liy the fact that but one bulletin was posted during tlie day. That was of a very satisfactory nature. Another in dication that the patient is getting along well is that he asked to bo shown the newspapers, aud he seemed to be greatly pleased and ali'.cted at tho in terest in his illness s-hown by the Amer ican people. Mr. Kiil.iig spent a com fortable night. vi a.uMi xxxiv Republican Senators Still Di-. Four Coaches Filled With Mis vided Over Candidates. sourians Overturned. REPETITION OF FORMER BALLOTS. FIFTEEN ARE SERIOUSLY NO. 18 INJURED One of Them. Eric Kelsey of Nevada, Will Probably Die—One Man Is Killed and Two Hart In a Head-end Collision of Freights Near Chicago—Accident Was Dun to Fog. TUPELO, Miss., March 3.—Tho Mobile and Ohio train bearing homeward the second battalion of the Sccond Missouri volunteers from Albany, Ga.,- where they were mustered out of the service, was wrecked two miles sonth of this place yesterday. Four cars in which the soldiers were seated jumped the track,and were hurled down a 20-foot embankment. The car behind the engine was a total wreck and from its *. appearance the escape was miraculous. The following were injured: Jack McLaughlin, company E, Mc-. .»• Laughlin, Mo., hurt, in back. Jake Stanler, E, Pierce City, bruised iu right hip. Thomas E.. Greathouso, K, Rockville, head, shoulder and leg injured. C. C. Drake, G, Warsaw, left side. R. W. Edmondson, F, Calhoun, gash in head. Peter Wolf, F, back. L. W. Stickrod, Lewis Station, hand split and gash in leg. .. F. W. Waldon, 1-1, back. William Morris, 11, Nevada, scalp wound. E. G. Kelsey, G.. seriously. H. G. Helm, G, Shell City, right arm broken. H. W. Ryan, G, Camp Branch, cut on head. Otis Nicholson, G, Edwards, back and hip. A. T. Ready, F, Nevada, internal in-ft juries. W. L. Rudisell, F, Nevada, back. George East, F, Clinton, internal in juries. The injured were immediately taken from their perilous position by their more fortunate comrades, who worked bravely. The position of the injured was extremely dangerous after the first crash, as they hung over the brink of a trestle thatjCrosaed a stream 20 feet be low. '.Fortuhai&ly they Uel&their post tion, foir'a* nu^ber -fa^triea-Wd^d' have occurred %ad the down. The rear truck of the tender jumped the track just as the train reached the trestle and tore it away. The baggage car, two day coaches and one sleeper weut off the track and down the em bankment, It is as bad a demolition of coaches as could be made with so small injuries aud no immediate loss of life. The condition -of the injured is good, except Eric Kelsey of Nevada, Mo., who, it is feared, will die. Still Suowing at Leadville. LEADVILLE, Colo., March 3.—The snowstorm, which began here at mid night Sunday, shows no signs of abat ing. The railroads are completely tied up west of this city and are running bnt few trains east. The outlook here is most discouraging for business men and laborers, Ou Carbonate, Frier and one or two other liills some work is being doue, but elsewhere all the mines are idle. Leadville seems to be the center of tho storm belt. A telegram received said that the storm in the region em bracing Breckenridge, Dillon, Kokomo, Robinson, Dickey, Climax and Wheeler was worse yesterday than for a week past. Snow shoe parties have been or ganized to carry provisions from Lead ville to Climax, Birdseye and Robinson. Foul Play Suspected. TOLEDO, O.. March 3.—The flour mill of Gibson & Son at Wakeman, was destroyed by fire yesterday and William Gibson, junior member of the firm, was burned to death. For some time the owners have missed flour from the mill, but uo clew to the thieves could bo found. Young Gibson has been watching the mill. When the fire was discovered all the doors were locked. When the flames were extin guished Gibson was found dead. Near him was a rifle and employes of the mill paid no firearm had been kept there. It is the belief that Gibson caught the robbers and that they murdered him and then set fire to tho building. Dead Solujers Will Be Brought Home. Diss MOIXES, March 3.—Adjutant Genoral Byers received an order from George W. Huklesou, assistant adjutant general United States volunteers, stat ing that arrangements have bsen made by the quartermaster's department to disinter the bodies of dead officers and soldi, rs of the regular aud volunteer army buried at Manila aud Honolulu aud send them in sealed caskets to the places of residence of their parents or relatives. This will be done by tho gov-. eminent without cost to the relatives or friends. 3»V Aloilter and Four Children Murdered. CLAY CENTER, Kan., March 8.—A terrible murder was discovered yester day in Atliolstone township, this coun ty. When a neighbor drove John Gil bert's Im^'s home ho was horrified to find iVirs. Gilbert aud her four children muruercd. i'he boy was 0 years old ana toe lurue girls 3, 5 and 7 years re 'specuvuiy. Toe family had not been K.-eii v.nc Tuesday night. The door .•tt.al locked and the husband miss-