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1JES MOINES, IOWA.
WHERE AND HOW
TO GET IT.
,j For one entire week we have held lip
••his Great Suire to your view ami told
In a general wavabout the-opportuni-
tins it
pins. .And 110
Mill- hoit'iav dp.
OS ti do
vme ivitn
-nev' to'-,
.Christmas
S.WWll !li
1 Km
tjMiia ha\e
Vvefv child
pen c«
oatrn
Krai
tnciusa
uni
aonve
1 TON'
iivnd
Carpe
ce«
ta
AACHEN AND MUNICH,
LONDON ASSURANCE
TRADERS. ClllCvGO,
DES MOINES.
nsures against hail on
crowing crors.
Call tor rates, at
11 lies: IW am.
Outside furriers keep coming to
Marshalitown to stay a iew day^
and amon? ether things to take
orders for repairing and remaking.
Aher the work is done many of
the garments are brought to me to
te made ri^ht, after the outside fur
r!er has almost ruined the garment.
Why not brmo the work direct to
me and have cone ri^nt,. as
guaranteed, and thus save paying
two prices for the same.
1H
THE
FURRIER,
206 East Main St.
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PECKHAM & BATES,
CORNER CENTER and CHURCHS ST
Thousands of People Said to Have
Lost 'Ilieir Lives in the
Disaster.
Radical Chances in 'loposrarny
the Island Catistxi by the
Upheaval.
fcenator Cullom Introduces Eill
Amendments to Interstate
Couimerce Law.
San
Francisco/. l~ve, III.—Vm'y
ilust their lives, bv thv-.-.ear.tb*
that wroueht hayoc in the l^i ji1
ram in .Ntn'.envber, nccoid'ni to
I .ul\ 11 •-, hiouulit by 1 th? -U J. 'hip
America 11 mi, wi.ult^ aulv 1 ti-i
d.i\. Tile U|ih 1 \«1 shocked iiuifJ.'irjan
•*-1 eodfct J.tid Agitated thii &djjdtei.t i
ds.
I'lio night 01 Nov. the inhabitants
•.•'•stum ..were aroused -.by a -ciu^i}^
••••iv o.
arthii!Hkvvtiiat1
a
IftSR 1
1 Lin 1
aip^J 'n
if) (Oiiii'. "'Uf.n
.1
,K 1
J. G. VAN 0RMAN
aocnt for lollop in^ well knov, 11
nee companies:
5PP1NGF1ELD,
insur-
FIRE AND MARINE AND TORNADO,
r:r
S.-rator ''liii'iir! expects that pooling
v.jiti»v«-r!ia inv Snefflrporated tn toe bi!!.
I,., he 'tilt tnt'V ts a ta-t ot tix-d
iat'« on ir»e-'hts. lie ilfteimined
ihot If iluse i-ior- ai iii.id" tin
1- nil a tog»lb": .ei t.un. sine i- ill" iri
lerflijtte eotmnerei.' eoinmlss.lori isnul a
iiultifitv-ffhe qu.'srlon, there .ilia!! lie
r.iigh add'd authority civ.-r. to the
f'tniTVvssion to hf.ii'i tb'i iiiilitjdclh tH'in
hand.
SUBMITS HIS DEFENSE.
liV .-:'-'" "v.\-
Holier is liarreit I rum In vi-st Ian 11 il it
ominittce's Koom. liut lland- In
Uriel.
4: W.f'n.r'gtoi'i, I lee. 1.1.—Til" ItobertK
and
O
the others who have come from Utah
to direct the proceedings against him.
The committee adjourned at noon un
til 10 o'clock today, when the hearing of
$ witnesses wiil begin. Mr. Roberts saw
2 -Mr, Tayier as the committee adjourned
and submitted his brief. This brief is
a lengthy legal argument against the
rights of the committee. Mr. Roberts
urges that the constitution gives pro
tection against trial without due pro
cess of law also against taking prop
erty such as the salary of an office
without due process of law. His sum
mary is as follows:
"Prom the foregoing: established doc
trines and rights of members of con-
gjomng TOarshflntrmm,
For
Siiv.:n'd ruii'
tli to yfiouth:r.. Alt -rushed M.=:n
11 anil as-. milled In the pub
stltlHiei* liiillib la 1! was
ported.'.-that- the, .wau-r.. was r-isiins:
1
Hay «i An i» 'l 1.
V. The -'a tin. -t'»
a--.liUBt*--'I'M«l /•W.fl.Ve'»atta twce-I Hit:
water ir.iHi trie Vayr«ntrnsH-o,'.Oi.tintiK' up
b't\ t»i ovfr tin lowIrtitf'
At I'aiilioly, and'111.. waves
pt ~t tilt tup- il Ulll t' t'\ '.
J'.'t hiph ami nut ot iieariv J-jxOli Inhan
udt, foilt t- 1 pod. I'T UV
1
the
vi in ili cou^t w.*s. -tttwii with iv p1
The evict nurn)K*i*,yf pet-i'ins who t
ishrd along'tlif tin St wi't p." rei be
lip- bo.lif- an 11 inv
[1 iii
er iMiid -AVii-'i)
of .(00 peiwe Ipt) \vej^
CULLOM'S RATE BILL.
l:t 1 i'ower in Ihe uiU'istali
1 11 1 »11
jress. it. follows: That tlie proposed
proceedings of this (.-00111111:100 would bo
subversive of the ights of the'iii-inbci'
J.l'Olll Utah.
"1. In that In' is to lie adjudged|
guilty ot crime without duo pro-.-ess ot
mw
'"2. That he is to be adjudged dis
qualified bv disabihtns created by en
actments 01 congress and applicable to
I the old territory ol i'tali, but not ap
plieable to the state ot I'tah, which dis
of aim.lies have been removed—(a) by
amnesties of two presidents: 1I1) by the
I 'labiinif act passed bv congress tc) by
I the transition ot
Utah from a territorial
nditlon to that ot statehood. "f
!. It lurther appears that the crime
aliened against the representative troin
lrih dnt'.H not constitute a disciualttiea
noil tor a 1110riiber of congress unless
the house and us commute..1 are pre-|
pared to assert- their power and right
to add to tile (.)lia.ilIlea tions prescribed
1.0OO by ihe constitution- .of the United
Stales.
"I. And. further, the proposed pro
.•••od!ii'j !jv this eomnin i.ei- well •!..= de
i! iv-e tire niember ,1 roni. i'tah of the
oiis-titutioiial riaht txj:jt trial bv a nmi
o! .conipct.-iH jtins.dich'iHi i'.u! bv a jury
.1 wuh mi ths- st.ite and
wheie the iirnc 1- 11U 1 have
."•en e.oitTOi.'tted jtnd wiiul-i deprfv.ij: hinj
proprrtv and•• I'iS'hts/ .without"* due
in.,-- Jaw.
'Thv' member from Utah therefore
asks tlie erimma11e so slop its jwese-l!
•••vo, e. .linns and eoi:s d..-r the., .prima
ia..'.:e itght- of -thfe'retHesentailve from
l'!ah te :e s'vori: in asu mernneivof the
Vi'ifts,.* rtpi'es'iiitatives of -tile. liVlth
FUNSTON WILL FIGHT IT OUT.
a\s Mc W ill ill
land'
ai'
a
iop
pi ,1K
tin
f.'ill iM I
lull
N.»(
a 1 11
to u.
|i)g M-
-.'t.dsiins
nmi lis :v i\
iiaijijmifnami
lJeiiiocnit
fpllte
ri"
I th
1 1.1 t,
r- leave y: a -n,ted,e,- ii.,71
b\ ib mWi— on l.at-r.- in lult are
provided against, earrier.s, ,lr, cast of de- SAP
arriii. :'ro:li th- pubii.-iiefl iate. Tie
1. i' -1)11111' lit i." i-
i" u'| a:,'! Miii.oers at" 1 iiabk
ilr- otJeli NI pi f.ll- bdllllir Ol
0-her i.-iuiiib in pia*-tict. ,V font Hu11
•Imposed npon eai'i'i'.: is for fuilm to
a:e annual p.-irit '•!e i-ept.
t"h '.di The i.oiTii i- iiut'i.
•/. io pn «vnhe tbf luiiit ui at cotit'.t1
ir.d to in.'')!' it tht book-* nf r-juniets ai.e
-e R't)ltiy- special uaellti-.Ol .exaui
ini!", 'ho (--hall haw auihonty imd
thi o. 1' -In fotniiil—ion, to inept 11
ami i'.N"aiiiinj su' n. counts..
"The bill vsa- i.f.f nd oidtted
Tie. printed. •••.
Prosident
11 to Account lor
i'C. 1... A special dispatch
troin livme'tmi. I HH-eri-iber
Fra
c„ -1
•perminiiii:
cause, as
th
1 leccnilK-l' 12)
••If"*'
lpdiati-i lb
:'-ihfi-
1
Hat my flghlltig blon I •'it aatiop a- due to
up ~i 1'i •. il'iioi1- -LateTi 1. 111 i" w'Mih tlie h..u^
1 lit 1 on 'n ti"oii» hu 'm I This pra
should be adhered to.
financial juggler" (I»r.
fiirth'-r r-ninrked. had
males ot" permanent
thentA v-r:
can :sn idlers genera dv.
wi-rt asi-ttPfltt."!!"!vselH• i-iut- now tlutt
in in .'«!•!-!!: not back out. AS
.--..on as .f.-.•)!!. get-back from,Manila 1
shall t-'ike- th-3 .matfen^ht'i the courts.' Iluctuatmg r.-veiiut
Mr- "li iie has WI IUBIV lJr.-siilent .Mir.--!,'o. tne speaker, wu
lvl?1!ey-!r eerard to' Ihe resitrna ttoij. uf't penally won
isiki' Ij'iiiiipc.. eimen. He. nas: in
ii t.Si* pie.- *i: of til.- la'a
liaa.u in e- union v.u.i:igtn
olli -c. ofr-i.i. i.-abi,net ,t:rrnis.ter wneri he is
•lb- lit ft tin- l.-fand- !o[ -.\'v iv
i'Si n,r t'.e n- i— uy f,r an ippiiiM-
P'lil in ioi, .j iiiuv tli-'rt il .ind ol
li Appointnie-nt Of T'i-olore I". Lan--
MAKING A FIGHT ON BYNUM
V\ ill Oppose
1 riiji tf 1 1 1 rhi'ii ili
Ihe* jnfil
tu.im I'.i b. a
rai iiiipia
iwstil
S
li ritiat I on.
Special. to lile
says: foil)
have ii'ui
that .they will
V.irK. I 1
rroioi WaRhln
Of William 1J.
of board of
N'ew. Vorlc. -Mr.
lsi?0.an active
eipaied :n. ill'
v.
and liu -kner!
ptabit
long lepu'.i can. Til.
a^Lfn^t hi- appomt
maUi
iruur
id eelirlrrna tlon :1s. llllt: tile l.ttt
hat ail :the.(.n!^'-ai)er» of the
not be th in p. !it. i1
iru ij" ir -r ds-etjaided appoirH
ti'r Mt liy-iru "i rife a dwtat.
11 "lie taken up in e\e, u
--on will b.- u.'cp'il .ic un.-i
••1 '1-. teal p.nted ffirapari
.Hi us ifiiy Ah I" bolted tn«
'•o ii.'o lation- in l^lifi: that h»
",ngn
1 U
The I, 11 il-o 11,! ih.
omm'-'-ioi'i i-l null
il iiifirfrn /-iu-hsi li.-at:otiv
b. It I lUi id-" I1MIH- I., ab —ddti I prlttj
iI
il 11.1 ion
o\,d. *t -hi ,n, a
iMld rab!'th- a -1 (I' I
The Ions' ar,d'
a
njuu,i'
tll!
U: congressional c.tliT
s: in at Id be appainit'd. if at
aiti.teaii. ie opft-tstt ion -is'"
tkelv. be utile, although
lAi-epubliuans say..thai, it tsi
igeand h.ind«oiii"*l% paid po
ie g:'.-."ti a new cni:t.
THE R10 GRANDE'S LIFE
1 I-11 11111 11
pill' 111.
I.a- i't Mi
of lb- I'd.
1
imrnut'-d
i|l pavig:ilt!e':Kttyams t.o their Hourees,
iiit- miesifrw at i^U'' 'his trial
V-h.'the! th'e.:.«0nstruai: ol the pI'O
dani will impair the navigability
or •).' Mio tiniiide river In Mexico. The
I goveriiiii" nt o! Mexico has already pre
seined, to the government, of .the I'nited
States a elaim for Sju:0l0.l)ti0 damages,
in- the ground that st is deprived of Hi•
rite the water which it formerly had,
•Hi consequence ol the large- number ol
Villein*" drawing water from tlie upper
port ion of Ihe 1 tie. Grande.
Cvi-lniilt* Storm In Illinois.
Bloomiiigton, II!., Dec. 1—A stortn in
the nature of a.cyclone swept, this coun-
ty
^•'t.|h%'esHRStin^S^m-irii.ttee resumed ttP. Christian church wan lifted from its
^•-sessions vVster'.lay behind closed doors. foundation and completely demolished.
This, it was explained,
Wi,s
iforidary evening. At (."ookKvllle the
to. permit The belfry of the school house was
i- the committee to rei:eive and discuss 1 Mown off and the windows smashed. At
i: -reports on [iroeeedure and form oijSaybiook roofs were blown Iroin busl
subpoena I Meanwhile Mr. Robert's him- ness houses and flilmneys were Wreck
se't' anil |iiite it gathering of Morinpns ed. At I.exington $1,500 damage was
'f
gentiles stood outside the commit-j done the new school house arid a panic
S tee room door awaiting admission. The. caused among the 300 scholars two big
•|gerUj!e delegation was. the more, numer-'j chimneys were blown over and craxlied
oils, including the Kev. Dr. Iliff. Mr. I'lhrough the roof. A number of. other
buildings were unroofed.
Sehroeder, to whom Koberls interposed
^sensational objections Saturday, and
t\
t!
For Over Fifty I'nrs
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children while teething,
jit soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic and is
the best remedy for diarrhtea. Twenty
1 live cents a bottle.
A Card.
Wo., the undersigned, do hereby agree
to refund the money on a &0-cent bottle
of Greene's Warranted Syrup of Tar if
it fails to cure your cough or cold. We
also guarantee a 25-cent bottle to prove
satisfactory or money refunded.
Henry C. Sieg, Geo. P. Powers.
C. A. Seely & Co., Marshalitown,
H. Maytag, Laurel.
Iowki
Dr. Lieber Makes a i-peetOi in Jthe
Keiclistap in Which Lmperor
is Criticised.
of
Chamber
ade
.the
I Ia-l.-r concluded -with saying
thai j.asi and tuture events could prove
lo lb." emperor that h-- had been ill
•.n!oimc-d v.h.-n Hamburg regarding
tile ft-ellilUH iii the. German people.
Dui'itigdhe: Tirst eight years of the era-
1
M'li'.ci" I!
-ai'l
'tut Ctyfide Dam and Con-ttt.etlun 'tlfs tlie Snineau aki-ement. lie inight, $17
fun ,1,, f,i) 1,11 *-1. '.la ''am. -ny in th. most positive man- $.s
b'-i'-tre Juil I'arker, in. the- Third, dls-.'ner that lie.agreeinent contained no
tpjctfterrtvoi'iai
fourt. As the MivHfstKiti J-ei.-iet. eotidltlons of any kind, either
K-ue Is, one ill ".Ui'v t)!rr w'l! bt if I a I ..r fionomic nature, and
ftO jttt'y Th gove.t'iijiietit.s.-i'ks: to pre-' ent-.uiecl no obligations, political or eeo
e«it- t!» constt'tii'tiiin 'of :dhe jirtipos*. notnuv '-Itner tov. ards .feut Britain or
t'Tit'tih.'i'i -Butievdara' w-lilch. is int.-nil(*-«l ibe I ruled States.
.. i! !«itt1oi| purposes, The I'llH'tu
I S!ii't(-s suiu-eim-: coin has decided that
'he-}."ep.'ial govtuniiient. has eon mil til
^tferinesrfag,
Tfl ®T Tlir IIII rtPnlhlm- Gen. rtudson having served in the
civil and Spanish wars was looked on
as an appropriate selection. Ilia friends
have been pushi^p his claims until re
cently. but little progress has been made
for liliri since he opened a fight on I.e
land and Bailey and indirectly 011 Sc-n
ator linker.
1
The Debate Causes a Great Sensa
tion and 1'laees Naval Bill
in
Doubt.
Sanctions
Un­
precedented Proceeding—Grudge
Against the Kaiser.
.•j
Merlin, Iec. in.—The event of
day was 1 r. .Lieber"s criticism
reichsia^- of Kmperor William's speech
unrestrained comment, be
lie of the chief opponents of
I'"unst-ic ai'Vompan- grata with the emperor, who banished
'•t'in-.I M'ti'h-'M, ,ir-l liim irom court. In any event, the a!'
oriiUv- transport Jn--j"fair' has also improved the ehan»8 of
l.'idenee .! hut it was tlie r.a val bill.
1 Gen Kunslon tIi--n"'- .l1'"- I.c bec. the centrijiileader, on en
T\\i nti "i-as. t- 1 nig the reichstag at ho,.,11 was at
,.
jittS.-i more 1 tin iL !uf ke.l by a man who vyas apiiarentlj
hfre-
iis«as insan.-. Tlie doctor's assailant, who
lirst AhiteKean eieetion '-fUii. 1 I111 with a stick. \vas5prumptly
11 Hawaii. ,i: .-sted. :"v
r.. r.v.'' said Gen. Funst »n, I MM-ing the-debate nn .1 he first read
1'. h.s dispuie in America^
i. %'. mvsi-lf to g'-1 in to tins'
tor it. some day. The centrists were- of
rhe- diriiiion that the government reA
Tiiiremeiiis could 1- met v.i,thim r«i
mii-e lo li-esh taxation. At present,
I .• uas r.ot. 1 e'.• 1'.''.I'.-.
1 to sny whether
eeU he would suiiport: the liayal bill.
The denial at ion of lie jrovernment. the
Mnaker claimed, ould-hu ve had great
eht If 1 had not b-..e.:i civ, pub
11v nefotchaiiil. thus,jidl.ghting the
ehstag/'
I]I
poror's reiitn the reichstag had by no
persistently refused to increase thixers realize that it is not a case In
the nav... •&.> which the senate has any right to in
:the imperial chan- I t... j- f, i-,-. or express an opinion. Such
rely reffi'eited that.!meddling as Mr. Mason proposes would
fe* ?•?1511" speeeh had been, intro- make the senate an object of rldiculf
j, nioi iit tin.- fl- b.'t• I In speech, Jie all over tlie world. There are a few pe-
hpuwhe,
he sini'i.
Ji,v!.,leil, had lie. i. a li-d fori It hS' the po- cullar statesmen in the senate of the
Urltrtil nituailot' It was an expression .M.
11 err lit led, socialist, declared that
the increasing loans were in opposition
lo tr.e rosv exposition of the budget.
The empire's debt, he asserted, had in
creased enormously and Germany did
a miserable business with' h.*r colonics.
NATIONAL SOLDIERS' HOME.
r.lcctlon i,l* Now Hoard Member at
I,cave worth.
1-eaven worth, a Is -.. Dec, 13.—Officers
at the National Soldiers' Home and
Kansas politicians generally aie inter-
ested over tht: election of a new member
of Ihe board of home managers to take
ihe place of Sidney G. Cooke. There has
been additional interest within the last
two days over the news received here
that ("Jen. Franklin, president of the
board of managers, had sent in his ns
ignation on account of ill health.
A strong demand has been made on
the members of the Kansas delegation
in 'congress to have a republican elected
lo take the place ol' Col. Cooke. It Is
said there is no polities connected with
the selecting of the managers, but re
publicans recall the fact that when the
democrats had a majority in congress
they failed to re-elect Maj. IS. N. Mor
rill, but selected Col. Cooke, a democrat,
Instead. Several ol' the ollicers at the
Soldiers' Home here want Col. Cooke re
elected, and they are asking it partially
on the ground that he is a gold demo
crat.
An effort was started during the fall
to have Col. John C. Carpenter, former
ly state senator, elected in Col. Cooke's
place, but this met with the opposition
of Cyrus Leland and other republican
leaders and It was dropped. The name
of Gen. J. K. Hudson was quietly pro
posed next, and it is said that Senator
Baker showed a disposition to support
IS
1 vd} -solicittitie trom the: monarch for the vote for such a thing, but their number,
power and pr. sti.ee .d' the fatherland: fortunateiy, is very small.
'in view of the emmi-nt position hlch (•:.
the kimr o! J-rtiKia oeeupied as C.er-j nnvu in WaHltliiicion.
--enijn'i'.•!*. ht right, to exhort his Washlngl iii. I)ec. 13.—-Postmasters
d'pei pie to-unity .order ..to achieve ai.poinie.-.l in Iowa: IClm grove. Cal
tft" il f-l.ilt ..nd Hive expression to his tioun county. J. S. Will if, vice 11. S.
vvisiieA t'ould no: be contested. I Ilea man. resigned: I^orsyth, Kinmet
Count, von Liniburg-Htirurn, conserv- e.ounty. i'cter Skow, vie.- J. A. M.ithie
".:ati Ve, declared that the li p.
a ne:a I situa-j s..m, i'eslKra Lincoln, (irundy county.
Hon maud. .1 the ,i eaiest economy. Sherman Porter, vice 1!. .Patrick, re
There i-otild not be much retrenchment siyned* Xte-w i-od, I-'rai:k 1 in county, A.
fin the foi'eiuti estimates. Prince Ho-j U. Slater, vi.e J. C. Haley, resigned,
henlohe fully grasped the gravity of 'i'he postollice at West I.ake, lluncock
fhe situatiou ani,1,1 lie speaker said that county, has been discontinued mall to
th'.- ri'.al uit'Mlon and the r- lativi Kanawha.
., pii\\ er of the s^taies ha.', el.a ri pr- but Application has lieen made for the
j.iiltle during the hist two years. Hut. establishment of rural free delivery at
he added, the Ilispano-Anierlcan niid Alalissa ami .Xorth Manchester and" for
Transvaal wars i:.ul imc••!•••! :'ne con-j ihe extension of the same at iledrick
servalive partv to ciincur in thi- ojiin- IOWA PKNSU i.WS.
lutelie- \--ertcii lm-ilons of th« HI et nmi-n t. Original--,lohn I„. l.uschc-n, Soldierl
-.i ten in'- S II IeIIHL!11v. Minister o'" I''oi t.-ign Affairs yon Hue Home, JIarsbailtown. $8 Increase—
N" I tec. 1, :—The case low. i,epi% inn to a i.inarkol a previous j| James J. Spatch, Fort Madison, $S to
al gov-i-ninent agHinst tht. sjieakei, *a..-d he did not wish to dis- .*12 l.evi H. Kayniond, Hamilton, $14 to
JletembEr 13*1899.
The friends of ex-Congressman K. W.
Ultie may ask thai his name be consid
ered for tlie position. There is also talk
of aiaj. William Warner, of Kansas
1
City. The member for this home need
not be selected from Kansas, but can
lie taken from either Missouri, Nebras
ka, Iowa, Kansas or Oklahoma.
The new members of the board are
1 elected by congress mid their names arc
generally reported to the house by the
oommitti on military affairs. Con
I gressman Hull, of Iowa, is chairman of
the committee, and it is not improbable
that he may, in case of a big fight, re
-{'liort the name of Col. J. Iv. Abernathy,
Tues- who is a connection of his by marriage,
the: The president of the board is the only
salaried oilicer and it is said that this
place is worth $12,000 a year. There will
at Hamburg. Tile spectacle of this .,,-tive competition for the place,
cautious leader of the most important At the December meeting of the
up in ihe reieiistag—tile section hoard, held in Washington last week, it
that will decide the.-fate of the naval
l.bill—-thus severely blaming the kaiser,
is alinc-si without parallel in German
1 parlianu-ntai history. It was all the!
i. more notable because Count von Hal
hstruin. pr-'sident of the reichstag, up-j
hold the dignity of the chamber and
mainta metis freedom of speech even
acalnst the imperial chancellor.
1 I'ariiam.-titary circles are agog over fthi
was decided to ask fftr money to build
two new barracks here and to elect a
residence for Gen. I'.. B. I'earsali, tiu
rx'. quai termaster. The salary of Gen.
TV.'irsall was iixed at $1,000 a year. lie
sides this hi' will be provided with a
residence and fuel.
To Itnry Mason lieKolutlon,
Washington, l)c. lo.—Senator Ma
son's resolution declaring the sym
|ia 1 hy of the Cnlu-'l rftat.'S senate with
1h- 11.(.ldi ia liy some it is said that ]-:nglish is to be buried in the committee
'•Count v. 11 liailestroin.who 011 several 011 foreign relations. It is not likely i"
oecaskuis stopped similar criticism, had ij,. brought to a vote. The program of the
pm this instance a personal motive for majority is to smother it in a pigeon
Hoeis in their struggle against tiie
hole. .Mr. Mason, 011 the other hand,
says he will have a vote 011 that resp-
thai, bill, he became persona 11011 lutiop. or know the reason why. If
necessary he will take the lloor and
block all business. He declares he Is
able to speak for a week or even two
Weeks if It should be required ill order
to carry his point. This is the Illinois
senator's queer way of redeeming his
promise to "be good."
Kfforis have been made to give out
th- impression'that the administration
Is much wrought lip over the resolu
tion. As a. matter of fact, the admin-
it'g of tht. budget estimates, 1 ir, I.ieber istnition cares nothing whatever about
(ib-'Tvi .1 that the favorable llnancinl ii_ |f were any danger that such
the careful man-j„ resolution of sympathy could go
scrutinized the itii'-ius^li the senate it would be another
•e, he continued, uiatter. In that ease the ndnilnlstra-
The "I'l'iissian j,
in
m-^ht indeed object. Hut not even
Miquel). he _\i,. Mason In his optimistic moods
Ol ed the I-Sti
\1 miliureH on
•j'jris, according
impolitic and a
have to be paid
Imagines such a tiling possible. In fact,
the Illinois smntor would be surprised
if he could muster a dfizen votes foi
such all absurd proposition.
The -administration is not lifting
linger about the affair and has no call
lo do so. The leaders of the senate wii
take care of it. If it becomes abso
lutely necessary in order to placate the
"r' I
.terrible Infant from Illinois they will
let the resolution come to a vote and
qtilelly lav it on the table or indell
ni'.ely postpone it or refer it back to tin
commit tee on foreign relations.
It would be surprising if there were
half a dozen nieti in the senate willing
to vote for Mr. Mason's resolution. Not
that there is, such sweeping absence of
sympathy for the l'....ers, for there are
good many men in the senate who hope
the South African republic may be able
lo defeat its enemies and preserve its
independent--. Hut these ISoer sympa-
,,N II PETTIKN-w stripe who might
Franklin
l.oibrop.
IOWA PATHNTS.
"W. P. P.ettendorf, Davenport, side
frame for car truck: Gottlieb II. Kres
ser, Burlington, horseshoes John
Hriermaler, Dubuque, wood-laying ma
chine: Mary J, Cross, D.'Witt, fruit
gatherer Allen Glenn, Scranton, stock
waterer Italph Haller. Humboldt, thill
Too ninth was paid for the Caroline coupling: August Schlidder, Sioux City,
island.- Mel Iviau Chou was a lever attachment for automatically flushing
pest. To increase
portionatPly with
dilllcult matter.
(ierman trad" pm
a new Heel, was a
water closet Gustav Hank, Adair, shoe
buckle William P. Smith, Clarksville,
harrow.
From the Stnrt.
Attorney—When did your husband first
show sifrns of insanity, madam?
Wife—The day he married me. I then
discovered lie was tunkint* only !?lt( a
week—Philadelphia North Americau.
Those little kernels in the
neck! Has your child ever
had them? You know some
times they swell, become
painful, soften, and end in
a scar. Give such a child
Scotts Snvulston.
just as soon as the kernels
appear. The little swell
ings will grow less and less
and soon will disappear alto
gether. Continue the Emul
sion until the child has good
flesh and a healthy color.
toe. and $x.oo, ail dru{gitl».
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York.
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No tongue can tell what I Imvo endured
'In the past ten years with my muiithly hick
ness. While sutlering untold Biiony, a
(riend called and recommended Wine of
Curdui. I sent for bottle, and Oh! what
relief. After the first dose 1 began to feel
belter and have had no pain since.
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£-Si
.v-
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Live Poultry
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MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA.
Wine of Cardul not only cures but it acts AT ONCE. Here Is a
often years' standing, and yet one sniffle dose made the sufferer feel better,
*'\t:and stopped the pain. The Wine goes straiRht to the seat of the trouble.
H' It acts directly upon the menstrual and genital organs. Its action is not
violent, and it does not force a result. It simply drives Nature that little
assistance that the sufferer's system lacks. A single disorder in the
feminine organs spreads many disorders all over the body, and when the
Wine cures the source, all the other ills vanish as a matter of course.
LADIES' ADVISORY
woman can be her own physician and cure herself at home. Local ex
aminations are largely things of the
fast
DIf*RTMEHT.
For adTir.. in cntt'8 ri-nuirliiB nj.'-i'lnl
lUriji'tioim. »d.lr,'M. IOVHIK vympii'imi,
l*dU.' AdtUnry ll»p'l, rkr I lUTTtVIUliA
KUICllI' i'llttttUIIOOKM, Trllll.
/WINE
V'
PRICES.
Uubuiiue, $t to
David Idler. Charles City, $1" to $14:
John II. I.onpsdorf, Ames, $1'.' to $12:
Thomas \V. White, Mount Ayr, $ii to
War with Spain mother—Sarah K. Hol
iday, Ida Glove, *12.
Druggists sell Large Bottles for $1.00.
We have made a heavy purchase of Hard Coal
and as usual are prepared to give our customers "A
No.
Coal, good weight and ROCK BOTTOM
We meet all legitimate competition. We are also
agents for GAS HOUSE COKE. If you use a furnace
or a surface burner heating stove, why not use coke?
It will go as far as hard coal and is absolutely clean.
We sell it from two to three dollars less per ton than
hard coal.
Marshall Coal & Ice Co
SOUTH
J. D. Seeberger,
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case
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Sold only by
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A
the obnoxious custom is no
ontter necessary. Wine of Cardui
is the only perfectly safe and sure
vegetable Wine made to-day for
the cure of female troubles ".
To get a cut of a PRETTY SHOE,
but not so easy io get a STRONG, DURABLE,
FINE FITTING SHOE, at a reasonable price.
ALL THIS IS OUR EMPRESS
SHOE FOR LADIES.
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9 West
Main
Street
Wholesale
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Wagon Stock, Axles, Fent* Wire, Circular Saws Tinners' Stock.
422-424 COURT *VENUE, DES MOINES. IOWA.
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