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jtJPPBB IKMKEti: AMJCMfA, IOWA, WEDXBSDAT SEPTEMBER «u 1889 KITS !i mu Jfcnrnat SB. — fa* War Is Certain, tw intwft !* -trwe itrsS -of C!i»jsfi SirnG- ISrant ATsar?- /cff wai ARIED. K?Tr TICS, vorflc .ssa. ita*e Jtoimta ZElSe* atnO AmimnfigaD te ***** ' w * i - 1 * i t» 3ma. Tier?. Ibas, a afraa <C£CD-fl5fia1« Si tb» Bt. $ gsfr^-Tic in:.J5n:>r:.€rE liat ife Msttfe ^ Ota. £ia-r Ssj<L t. — T^K f >c3 tit? IttansJ Kmger -1©!^ s . p • j lit? €ESJ*t t Boer as IKSV sa^neS -wiii « 3toB- KE.fi iai 1TO rsnEnfls sf -aia3ETnnS.i3t?B I aioct strt.tft2r fer future , 5 am TOSSE, az/S rai€T Tdll l>e oast soSM- iut far -rlorn caam-tit I>E "it i ihaA tb«r« is lie strwD.g«Fl JacHiia.licB 52 lie To3kEra&4 4o rejrs- £iate Brtttei SEKTsSxAf. A large BW- Uoa 'Of tie BWSTE I* to a oea.teBti«a oj tie frastiase OB tit j «->•**?! f •«•»? y *.•_•*•" T- i l';*^ Jo «?«> <s*. ?>••- ott 1% S''i*>4 •srj'.b rvK.wrn vf Svo* f«oap« de tre, Vat tiv'Ai M * iitut.Vj //< j j.. /r,*-.',v*t-y5 ^5' SB/3 Seba£:tepc;3, has not 3ef' i Ciiin«uB •war. t^jkit ^ii.1* J'ii^ ali yatfiay « f.vwf. «*?•»*,,» if*, » t * >w '-'• , Witt Th ff , ij o'tteWy 1««? <sti>«i during the twttiaiOD ' .-a3 staff than ant5';3r>at*<j. certain Jw ,-f.jI ;,'.'•'/. '/a ^;J''iy ii', wjjj j Iwnii'*, 'l'h*y drovi the, mbiti*. '" tie.? he <; strain r JjSrn. and for iii;}ti.. '1'h*".'* 't<k, fi <fe t'i,'^ ! ni*st»K'Viit COSTS FIVE LIVES. Irwo WOTiar B»r Will. :. Pa.., S??t 4.—A it>Ikr «_ at tie fiepTiMic iroa worts i&at tie i , " . oii*rs. Tie ,._, ei. is U23er orders to J partly -wrecli^a ass tie ealire plan*. « izi rea.33E«!BE fa tire ertat of tos-taM- j ' vra -s eosaptlksn io close co^ra. T2i« " ' DAVID MATTHEWS, a tester • • HOMAS BBAVENS, a heater, raar- , 't )/K , w fa j* ft lH fi<)iJMf) QVKfi, Jury Cf THOUBLE AT SHANGHAI. j^'tfOV, MKHftiU* r«5 n H'»n* In 1 ttt '»i»iSw.4 In t-.t>A, In , ni'in- J<st*r ba/cJ'j'J «t;j Qi {;><:«<• #'jy«mrsj<iftt, bayirtu tbat un- ' 1 • ! lit /// hit? rwttwy ' \>ni, w* 111 j J//y»/J w» Jf>h« Miiint-, tin'l J'/iiii Vnn Vf'/jy nil ,lt>ty If,, wtt<t< l>(,n>i'l HVKi' Ui f.b tint!. Anginal, t',Hn>t»i t;,, H ,ttf, *, fitly, ?;/, v Knit, ) /)W HHKVI'I IK*, Wot'liti, K t lt)WH, It, jfc tllftl, !,)/«• l,li« fnuily i-i- U Wftl'K ih*»H Wllli llftfl M'< 5 ' imy, Th* I, Ij'/Utu /(//((• Dill « (,(/« Hllll, lllq <«)Hltl,y Wilt It, Of jfHMrt, Ht) Jt, \llltf ill OlliHI lic/pjl; won, In n I'HfHHt, htiit, ittuii'l, lii'lfl l,lnti nvnr HHfifOnti >i( III CftllO'll f'l'/KK'l II l»!|j I. l't!|l/'l'(s«/l I M l,)((/lrt, vylill>< ilin I'lxitily vyii^ Imlil //i/i, f/p V«lllx, l'»s|«l/llli| Ollllllltfii Mull. 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Mm i 1 * ii\HW\ flit Ml« (Iny nf Ilio HIM liliiHiiry of !.*> il« for *< ( '''" </'«/<«, H if. (;*|y<-('l.<r() «ll »M wiJI iy« i:inti-\uili'.i\ before //f ()/(! wc^lf «nd tll<; iiiti'lK Uw ttrtit, <il i.lic, coni y *; <*»•', Mm foll'/wlnjA o(1)<!(;r/>: )J, O, W^i'/cr, //f Wn|J"llo conn).;/, relntlriniin, v\nu (',, '/', ll<i;ii!i/''li, ritc,)|/nfi'l; H, II, HIX-IM-U, Ml., A^r, yif!i;-i!lui.iniHui; f!, VV, I'hillipn, MiKjiiolndw, Huiu'p.t,ni:y, Mr, Wcavnr l« fnvoi'ii,l(|i', l,o l-ld) ru-oliiijUon of H A MUl HIM?) f Uf/41, f>w,'iirrivl on tic* MilwiHibtttt n (itw <lit.yn ftf/Y/, Ait tbi! fe«f!l,ji*ii imi;j from VV</oilwiir<l worn (/oil/)-' iluwil tllil l)ir» MrtliMm rlvur bill, l.lmlr biunl'i'iu' (!i;l||i|i:tl wlUi n wc-Kt- I/omul /V«tJ«lil, tiuiii, Wlllli. l/oii)/, ubollt '.',i ymu'W old, vyiiHfiilK vvltb tliti NmHloii Irittn, WM.H fatally Injun-it anil lilwl n ftivv mfiiiilwi nfj.nr bulnjf liUiitn liomi', Oiilf Moi'timnr, luiol.lnti 1 ;, inn it with tlin Bixitloii ore. w, WIIM i/ijii/wl, hut tvill twdYoi: ' nuiiiml n torribli! iloiibln nt llnrllii|/ii)ii u fmv 'rwoiity-yciu'-iild Conriul li'iilMHi'iifl, nliot bin Ili-yciir-olil wlftt, filially, HIM! MUMI liirmtil tint on liluihulf, iinil M)H»|, hliiumlf tllM rlffllt tllllLl',. Till) nilllpll' liiliri'lcd ftlncu* Dui'miilMM 1 iiiul n ijiiUi'i'iiliMl nil tbu tlino, 'I'hn (liuium lilN iniitbci'-ln-liiw, Until may illc, H'ulNiU'uft ten lid font for tliroiilnnliiK hln (Imiryn IlliimoiiNti'iii, of \Viihhlngiiiii through (lid Kooltuli & Huh nillriiiid hrldtfu nt |)I<N Moiiiod n faw ulyliU iigo, Ho WIIH found by Cll|lllllh Ifll.Vl'M Ullll tllUtMt III polUul lun>il(|Uin'U<i'M wliin'o niniitual mid mir- Illll VVIIM HtUHII'llll, 11(1 (lll)ll, IlllW ovtu 1 from t)u» Injiirliwt \vll,hln u f«\v 1 Mr, III HIIIOIINlol II MllUllll WOOII Mwnrrlvnl ill tlm Ntittlon Unit I ho full WIIK iKHtlddiilul, that ho WIIN nvor tlio hrldini tuiil is-; iti:iitilniri'>il tb<;r«, t BACHWAN IB NOMINATED. "l»K Win" UUlrtot fflnullf M*k*n at Mi'; of .. 4,—Aft«r tiiin ii '•.f, k»ov/N in lit l',Hi:\tinn.tt, of l'a\i> AH,o «x>iiiiLy wa l>iih)i'!ttii Kniminrlul i:nnvi'.n\,i<in. Tin il«:l«;|flll«;i> to l.bii CO/I V'rntiwi haV(: III »f«trl,. Tli«r<; arc. fivii f!oiir)LJ<*H in »l.|i< »ll«l/ri»!l,—Oifiy. DMdnhDit, Kmmut, KOKKII|.)I iuxl I'ttltt AI In. l\, it tunler- Hto'/<J tliltl, (!iii!li;ji(i;j j(j /avorilblo t< ANOTHlin MILWAUKEE LINE llnml in Itnllil From HLnnri I,»|c« I., Itoi'li Vitlli'y. I'KH MOIWKH, Knf)t. ,),—it l« iinnoiirii! ml on (!onipi!l,i'iit nuUiorlly Unit now. iifl.ci',)iniiiii,ry I, the Milvvii.iil«(!i; «r>m- pmiy will |>ut 11 (!or|m of « HOW i)ii|(ii|fi:(l In fionntriiiiLiori work on (Jut (('oiiila mill Htona I<ulf« , In tin; IIHil l,o mirv«,y iui oxUiiiiilon 01 II.H Hlonii 1/n.lii; Hue to a ooniKjiitlor wii.b Dm low/nmil Dii,lfOta (\\VIH\OII nt or nitiii- Koitlt Vulli!,v, whiisli IH at, tin junction of l,b(! Dnkotii, iiml MlHHourl river il'ivlHlon mill thu Nloux Oily IHH iiKi'tlmi'ii Iowa AH u UliUmn'o (Irixit Wimlurit frul(rhl en lu WIIM inillliiu' Into Urn uppor yurds if Oolwtiln from Hi, I'uul a ftnv nlKhlM , lii'uln'iimn ,l(»i» Million WIIN ttol up> in )i,v I wo lialf ili'unlton nuui wliom Im fuiuiil tu ua ompty oouoli ul-ttn'.lunl to hta triiln, uud \vu» vor,v Hovt-rcly uut UouUtu, It \VUH ut II I'M I thought UllU llU \VO\Ull nut I'iKHIVOI', \IUt 1UIIIO Witt W«VUUl«i pi'ovuil to bo u« us Hu*y wei'ft Uu»»«'l»t in b«, U<* <iW« t» n'iwi'1 fur duty, Tl>» wou I'otmulutujr tlu> tihMUih ^nt n\v«y lu Uu» dnHuK'St* Uiul Ihtti'u is no vluu UH U wlui ihu ( v svoi'o uoi* wny Uio i I.llinl On»n |)lNinlHH<!(l. HumiiTiiN, Ht'jit II. -In H Hi- WiiHliliifiton tlio CHMOM lli'iicDi'U anil A, II. lUiullmiU for 111,,, in l'i<|iHbllHlilii(r an allit^oil llbitl won (||NIII|NHOI|, tl, wan bold that tlio pub Ucal-loii of Ilio urllitlo \VIIH jiiMtlflabli (IN a (tiiui|ii\l^n (liioiiinoiil' mill IKM'OM- Miiry to oxnlalu to tliu votorn of Iowa wby 0. (/'. lloiimmlc, ndltor of tlio lii'Urhloii Kiitoi-prlHii and noiiiliioo of tlio Unltwd (llii'lHtian purty for govoi 1 nor, IH In jail, I ii >vii Hulillor Kllluil. DUM MOINICM, Hopt. 1 — LouU.I „ IUH-. of DKM MdlnvH, WIIM Ullloil In bal, |.l« lu Hid 1'lilllpplnoM Au^uut Ii). llo loft, I>I<H Molni'H wUh th« Ji'lfty-IIr«i, roiflnmiit, latoi 1 liolnjf iniintoiwl out to Join tlio Thirty-sixth roKiilarN. llo WIIM unilor ('iiptnlii Holl wlion onifa^Kd In tho baillo In whloli ho lost hla life. DCIII irriit HoriHKKU Itlnnil. H'l 1 . J,OI/|H, AllKllNl. a). — JlK'OlltplotO rutui'iiN from tho Kl^'bUi unrif/ruMNloiiul dlNti'lot N)IOW that (Shaulcolfoi'tl, cloino- ci'iil, linn boon oloouul ovor VV. J. VoKholl, ropiibllcMiii, by a pliinillty oxiMuidlny !J.()(io, to Kuooood UloUai'U I 1 . Illand, hoNiioN, Hopi, i.—A iHillllou frojn tho NotluM'laiulu Woinau'M Dlmu'iini- nuMit hoayuu him lunin prosoutotl to tho quoon, prtiyinn' ' lu >'i '" the niuuo of womunliiHHl autl uiotliorhoud to avoid win' with tho Boors, Ma.vlu^ it would "oust a frljfhtful blo't ujiou • your luujuHty'B wost tflorlous roiyu," llnliifuruu* llov PKKJN, Sopt, ai'-OwUi aud tho session bhown by OUiuuiu tho uH with liuly. th« Ha iu Oliluune wntors will relufwrcuil. lirne 5n — 5T 3 T to f^Jiflfj* a?j'l .nrju%'hl rellr.i 'in tear*. lia.fi, branfl<i'i Mrn a* a \'tit court, tiieir finbor- k , )is»v»j point*;'! the finjfftr of at iiiin. Hal ?'* only once flinched— vrimu tbe official report ol h'i<» tr'jat»H«snt on Deril's J>,3and vras r'-.tfl befor«j him, and tli« pictures ol hit Ktiffvrinicti, mental and physical. vtf.rt thrown Tiri'liy on th<j jscreen of bi«> memory. '1'ben be hid Imfeaturwi and wept. He i/awtd through anoiher feU';h crisis y*»t*jrday, w)ien, after CHptain Ixtbron-Rjsnauit and •.•/it.nr-^s afU;r Y;Ui>K*h had brought up before liirn tbat «o!d January morning which uitberfed in the Menu of II'IK degrntla- lion, .Major Forzinetti, a man of heart, f/>id in xirnpie words and uriaffecUjd nnttitmr the ijtory of IJrejrfns's MI u^r^le with t)c: miuld'irilnfr temptation to takf; hi» life, and the'intervention of Jibs wifu, as an angel, po.'riting out the road of duty. Then a^ain the prison- «r'« brca«t ivftii emotion, ,-<nd t(far-dropi) Lrlclcied down liis checks, Ifc aroi-fs, and after a forced «;fl"ort to remain cairn, UH he Knoke a few words it'tnciirrthiff IHH denial tf» Du 1'aJ.y rl<- 'Mfirn that he wrot<» tin: bordereau. In; turned to For/.iiictti with' a look o thiinlfH for the consolation f-,o nc"ile< JJruyfiw then i;tiered thftfce ivordis o heartfelt irriif.itnde to bin wife for th courage with which Jibe inspired bin "it J» due to her," In; cried, "that am aiivc lo-daj'." TJi« prisoner conlr articulate no more, but f>at dowr ahriiptly to conceal IHH dintrCHS. KKNNKH, Kept, a. — Yesterday wan very KatiNfuctocy day for Drey fin The I'eanrepnirc wilnesK, Germain who WIIH to prove that Dreyfus nl tendril the AlHiitliin munenverH, fourn hiH KtuteinenU denied by a rcpntabl wlt.ncHH. while Oermain himnelf, i WIIH proved, underwent, two convit; tloiiH fr»r Hwindling. Thm was tin only teHtlmony nguiimt Dreyfus, tin remainder of the deposltiorm'bcing ii bin favor, Novnral of thorn being von weighty, an in tho cane of Captaii f/arvalho, ficnoral Sebert and Mnjo Ifartmann, their evidence going ' tf show that partlculiirH of the firing o Ilio "ISO gun" and hydro-pticmnatu Itrake woro alinoHt rnal.torH of coinmor kiiowlodgo among tho ofllcerH. HKNNKH, Ji'ranoe, Hept. I!.—KlaMon u the only word tbat, expresses tlio feel " tho DroyfnmmlN after yester day'H prouoodliigN. The tide ha.i turned at hint, they nay, and Drevfnit cannot bo condemned ui'tor tho ovi iloniH! glvon yenlorday. Major Hart mmiii, of tho artillery, occupied nearly half the Kcmlon with tho eoncln.sioi of bin expert evidence to the offcci that Droyfim II.N an artillery o/lleer would not, have dlHplayed Hiioli ignorance regarding gunn' and braltcK an WIIH shown In tho bordereau, whilo the other HtibjoelN of the bordereau were inatloi'N niton which any ofllcer could inform hlnmclf. Marjor iiart- innnn'H teHtlmony practieally stood unoontoBtod, IIH nulthor Oonoral I)e loyo nor (ionornl Morolor, who replied, refuted any inaterlnl point thorein. M. 1'avot, inombor of tho iiiKtitute, lihuit ojitorod Upon tho grammatical VHpoot of the bordoreau and in vigor>UH, but, ologant, language, dovotod ilnmelf to Hhowing that tho construction of tho bordoroiiu bristled with ,„. In his opinion, conclusive narks "f I'Jstorha/.y's handiwork, vhllo the phi'11/.eology bore no' re- Hpuibtnnoo to Droyfim''stylo.' frith Pretoria, Sept, 4* —FIsc-JstT., the spe- j cial envoy of the Orange iias aorived here froza and IB eomnajting irith Ji* „_ on the sltuaiivn. Fisel^r -KZS, preB€ist. at tilt secret session o-l tb« T evening, a clrcamBtanoe 45aat | & great <3sa2 of curiosity, pres- I West Kra^r remajn^d triih the ez- j ecntive councH antil n late hoar, dSs- ] cuJSB'ng ..tb» E5taat5on. \ All Preparing r O r War. j Johannesburg, Sejn. 4.—The town i= | preparing for tee eventualities of vrar. I Tise wvrn ccmncS] |g providing a three manias' gappjy of food for the men and animaJs connected Trnh the SC-ST engiag department. AH ihe outgoing traing are crowded, and most of the prominent men bare already left Jo WILLJAM Tu It im rr«i<-iiiilloiiM. LONDON, August !;'7.—Spcelal pro- ...utioiiH iiro bolng talton atSotithump. on anil other English ports in regard o the bubonic) pliiguo mid .vullow ovor. All VOSHC)|M arriving from Hpunlsh and i'orliig'uouo ports are Igcii'ously oxauiliunl by tho medical Ilk'urw. CAPETOWN, Aug. 80.—Itoplying to lie latest proposition of tho liritish Sooretury of the Coloiuos Cluunberluiu, ho govormuout of the Tnuisvaal ooti* iocj him thut it uilhorod tu its Uito.st luicl will not uiulce uny So Equipment Ordered, Bloemfontein, Orange Free state Sept. 2.—The assertion made by a loca newspaper that orders have been given for ihe immediate supply of equipment and cartridges to the Orange Free State artillery is declared to be unfounded. Volunteer* Sworn In, Bulan-ayo, -MatabeJeland, Sept. 4,— Recruits for Col. Plurner's camp are going to that place daily. Sixty South Rhodesia volunteers were sworn in yesterday. BAD FIRE IN KANSAS CITY. 1'iant of Jacob l)old Packing Company Jtavaged by Fire. Kansas City, Mo., Sept. ' 4.—Fire biokt- out at 1 o'clock this morning in the big plant of the Jacob Dold Packing company, which covers several acres of ground on the west river bottoms, between Ninth street and the Missouri river. The fire started in the fertilizing department. At 2:30 o'clock the blaze was under control. The fertilizing department, the engine rooms, tho ice plant, the sausage department and the lard room were destroyed, with much costly machinery, and other parts of the plant were more or loss damaged. The loss is estimated at fully $250 000, fully Insured. The company will be compelled to suspend operations until the destroyed buildings can bo rebuilt, JVTmliiH Vivendi for Alaska. Washington, Sept. 4.—The negotiations that are now in progress looking to a modus vivendi for the definition temporarily of a boundary line be- twen Alaska and the British Northwest Territory are proceeding upon the same lines practically as those which figured In the negotiations in which Mr. Choato took part; that is, the United States holds firmly to the contention that the village of Kluckwan shall bo regarded as on the American side of. the line. No effort is making to reach a permanent arrangement at present. •MAS, 2 ies.ter, mai- iN WARMIX5KI, ieater. JOHX EVAJfS. Thu ezplcsjoa occurred just as tis sight force ""as leaving and ihe day force was coming on doty, so that there were only a few men in tfre at tie time. Ii occurred in ihe f teen-iaea department, and by it tags -srere shaken a mile a-sray. Wnea tie boiler burst, a section of it, 'vreigis- fng foar tons, was blown lirongfa tit roof, and crashed into the side of tfl* hoase of Gregory Sanders. 200 yards distant The fauildiEg was wrecked The cause of the explosion has not been determined. Chicago Board of Trade. Chicago, Sept 1.—The following table shows the range of quotations on the Board of Trade today: Articles. "Wheat— High. Low. Sept ..$ .70% ? .69^ Dec ... .72% .7114 May .. .7514 .74% Corn— Sept .. .31^4 .30% Dec ... .28% .28i,4 May .. .29% .291,4 Oats— Sept .. .21% .20 Dec ... .20 .19% May .. .21% .21^ Pork- Sept .. 8.07^ 7.87^ Oct ... 8.20 8.00 Jan .... 9.52V2 9.37^ Lard— Sept .. 5.20 5.17% Oct ... 5.2716 5.20 Jan ... 5.42% 5.37% Short ribs— Sept . . 5.10 5.00 Oct ... 5.20 5.10 Jan ... 4.97% 4.90 .losing.— Sept.l.Aug.3l ? .69% $ .69% -71% .71% .74% .74T-, .31 .30% ."28% .28% .29% .29% .2114 .19"i • .19-s .19% •21% .21H 7.92% 8.12Vi S.02% 8.25 S.37% 9.52% 5.17% 5.20 5.20 5.25 5.37% 5.42% 5.02% 5.15 5.10 5.22% 4.92% 4.97% of Kilo I n«• at Dufouque, Diibuque, Iowa, Sept. 4.—Results of Friday's racing wero as follows: Dubuque stake for 3-year-old trot- tors, purse $5,000—Rita B. won in straight heats. Best time, 2:15%. Burlington stake, 2:10 class, pacers, purse $3,000—William Me won in straight heats. Best time, 2:06%. 'Hawkoyo stake, 2:28 class, trotters purse $1,000—Edwin B. won in straight heats. Best time, 2:17. Uncle Sinn's Incoiuo (Juins. Washington, Sept. 4.—'The corapara- ;ive statement of government receipts and expenditures shows that during the month of August, 1899, the receipts rom all sources amounted to ?49,978,.73, an increase over August, 1898 of iS.15Q,000, The disbursements during «st month amounted to $45,522 311 a c against $56,260,717 for last August This leaves a surplus for the month Of $4,455,862. Indorse President's Speech. L^naon, Sept. 4—The leading week- y papers publish -articles on the speech slivered by President Mc^inley at » few days ago, and they tedoife it. * Mormons Cansc a Tragedy. -Pilie Bluff, Tenn., Sept. 4.—The intensely bitter feeling against Mormons who have been proselyting in this district reached a climax on Wednesday night, when Miss May Harden was shot and killed from ambush. Her slayer, a prominent young farmer named Baston Winson, committed suicide at his doorstep just as the bloodhounds led a posse to his home. He confessed his crime. The Mormons of Stewart county have been repeatedly warned to cease holding meetings and to leave the district, under penalty of death. New Glass Trust Planned. Pittsburg, Pa., Sept. 4.—Notwith- itanding the fact that the combination of the glass tableware companies into he National Glass company, there is jrobability of a new combine being ormed. At a meeting Friday it was decided to reduce the proposed capi- alization from $7,000,000 to $3,000,000 .nd form an organization under the iriginal name without the co-opera- ion of the United States Glass company, the stumbling block in the way of the first plan. Laurler Not Going Abroad, Montreal, Sept. 4.—Sir Wilfrid Laurier, the Canadian prime minister, who was In Montreal Friday, stated that pwing to pressure of engagements he would not be able to go to England personally to confer with the imperial authorities on the Alaska boundary question, but he would send Sir Louie Davies, a member of his government, to represent the Canadian government. "Pittsburer Phil" Retires. New York, Sept. 4.—'George SmithT better known as "Pittsburg Phil," famous 'plunger and prominent turfman, has retired. The formal ceremony was enacted Friday in the shape of an auction sale at the Easton paddocks at Sheepshead 'bay, when .the old-timer sold hie stable and publicly announced that he had quit the game for good. Steamer Collision IJesults fatally. Amsterdam, Sept. ?.—in a collision last night between two river steamers on the North Sea canal one of the ves* seis S£»k a»4 nine persons. Including two women, were drowned. *

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