The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 16, 1896 · Page 2
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S1H10WA If tif*t ftAWflS, Dm.8.-~fwo high- attested 16 hole! tip tbfe tpattff tiie&il*ajnkee*ftsad&t Fair- w'iefl th6 agefii opened fire, 5ft- tly Wiling oae of. tho iflen and Wotlfidiflg the other. the injured " fobberwas hot captured. CfcftAft RAf rbs. Dec. P.— The coroner's juicy exonerated from blame F. F. Benedict, station agent at Fairfax, who shot and killed one of three men who attempted tb hold him up. There is Ho tiltle to th* identity of the dead man. CfcDAB KAMDS. Dec. io.— The robber who was shot and killed by F. F. Benedict, at Fairfax, has been identified as Frank Wolf, whose home was near Amana, but who had been in Chicago for three or four years. He was a crook, having done time in Joliet and four Oi 4 five times in the Bridewell. His pal, Henry Schultz, of Chicago, has been captured by Special Agent Watson of the Milwaukee, at the home of Wolf's father near Amana. He was brought to Cedar Rapids and made a full confession. He has a slight wound on the thumb. CEDAR RAIUDS, Dec. 11.— Henry Schultz, the Fairfax robber, has been held to await the action of the grand jury in the sum of $5,000 on the charge »f assault with intent to rob. He has made a written confession. Mr, Wolf, father of the dead robber, refused to claim tho body of his dead son, and ho was interred in the potter's field. IS ^ AKfra XuKnuft A* §ift,000 11— In the ***« of A, Geige* ts. A. C PayHe, appellafct, which wis tari-ied wp from the Ringgold district contt, the. supreme court has Affirmed the decision. Miss Geiger b*ong1»t suit against defendant fo? breach of promise, it developed in the coufse of the trial that she was made the victim of his passion and was afterward abandoned^ He was a wealthy widower, but a short time bereft of his rt-ife, and was reputed to be worth from S50,OOO to $tr>,000. The lower court gave her a judgment for 816,000. ASSASSINATED. Voting Man Kilted in the Public Hoad Near ttontei&nt*. MoSTEZtritA. Dec. 12.—Mose Bruner. residing near Shanghi, was on trial at lledrick for stealing chickens. He was acquitted and went part of the way home in company with a constable and his attorney from What Cheer. When within a few miles of his home he went alone on foot. In the morning he was foxind dead near his home with three bullet holes in his body* It is thought the shooting was done about midnight The coroner is now inve stigating the case. GETS THREE YEARS. THE END IN SIGHT. for Termination of a Marriage Convenience. DBS MOIXES, Dec. 13.—Sus ie Mains, formerly Mrs. Susie \ T aleria Watson, has begun suit for divorce from her husband, John Mains, of Menlo, Guthrie county. They were married in Des Moines in October and lived together one day. He is the man who came to Des Moines bearing sixty letters from Des Moines women, which he had received as answers to his advertisement for a wife, and started out on a hunt fora helpmate with a directory under his arm. Mrs. Mains claims her husband has the reputation of being a murderer, and the people of Guthrie county accuse him of murdering his first wife. She claims he is worth 810,000, and wants her share of his wealth as his lawfully wedded wife.. Boone Man Punished for Postofflce Robbery. DES MOIXKS, Dec. 11,—W. C. Bremerman was sentenced by Judge Woolson lor embezzling the funds of the Boone postofticR to three years in the penitentiary anrl to pay a fine of $2,596,66 His wife, who t was present when sentence was pronounced, fainted and had to be taken from the room by her friends. The money which Bremer man took was lost on board of trade speculation. SAFE CRACKED. MEETING OF FRUIT GROWERS. •Officers Elected for the Ensuing Year. DES MOIXES, Dec. 11.—The feature of the second day's meeting of the State Horticultural Society was the election of officers. The officers elected for the ensuing year were: President, P. M. Powell, Glenwood; vice-president, C. P. Gardner, Osuge;" secretary, George II. Van Houten, Lenox; treasurer, Win. M. Uombei-ger, Hurlan; directors, First district, G. B. Brackett, Denmark; Third district, M. G. Edwards, Glenwood; Fifth district, W. O. McElroy, Newton; Seventh district, B. Shoutz,. Correctionville; Ninth district, B. F. Ferris, Hampton; Eleventh district, Elmer Reeves, Waverly; to fill vacancy on the experimental committee, A. F. Callman, Corning. Illinois Central Depot Vault at Independ cnce Dynamited. INDEPENDENCE, Dec. 11.—The safe o: the Illinois Central Railroad Company was blown open at noon, and S90 in money and a large amount of notes and mortgages belonging to Agen Fuller were stolen. Several peopli heard the explosion, but no one wa at the depot at the time. A whol army of tramps has been arrested. ROWE GETS THREE YEARS. of Powe aLLOVERTIfORU 16 it L<«* Jack* Brother of Chester A. Rotvc, Bhlek, Sentenced. MoXTEZUiiA, Dec. 14.—In the Poweshiek district court a motion for a new trial in the Richard Eowe case was overruled and Judge Ryan sentenced him to three years in the penitentiary. BULLARD FOUND GUILTY. Senate BAD HARLA.N FAILURE. Harlan State Bank Closed; Owing S7B.OOO UcjiosilH. HABI,AN, Dee. 11.—The Jlarlan State Bank has been closed. The original capital was 850,000, It was organized in 1S73 as a private bank. The bank ofiicials have turned over their property to be used by their creditors. Two other local firms are involved, one havi ng absigned. CAME NEAR BEING MURDER. Tramp Probably Futnlly Injured In a Jflgllt With His Fellows, CjsjJTEBVJtLB, Dec. 12,—Some eight or ten tramps got into a drunken fight and one who gave his name as Jnines Kelley was so terribly cut about the bead and neck that he will probably dip. Seven arrests were made and every man was more or less bruited, Admit They Hobljed the Quarry OWco, DBS AJiHNKS, Dee. H,-—Charles L. Thoinp-son uml George Jiurps, the two men charged with robbing the post- ojlicc at Quarry, worn arraigned in the federal court. Both plead guilty, The federal authorities s>ny that this makes the eighth time within ten years that the Quarry pqstoifice has bpen robbed, and in every instance thp robbers have captured aud convicted. DBCA!W,''iU., f P,ee, i}-»-Onnajj Me- »}ias Ctyas. JWnrphpy, 903- hp^eyatur woUce that he »W»»?l»al at ^oraing SUP, «|> September 3° l^t>. He bad ' Ex-Secretary of the State Convicted. CLARION, Dec. 12.—The jury in the case of the state against AV. E. Bullard, charged with forgery, returned a verdict of guilty as charged. Bullard was secretary of the late state senate. Fairfax Robbers. CEDATI RAPIDS, Dec. 14.—The killing of young Wolf by the station agent at Fairfax reveals the extent and methods of a gang investing Iowa and Johnson counties for years. Crimes of every sort have been committed and local authorities have been unable to cope with the situation. It is learned the dead man's name was not Wolf but Loescher. He has .a sister in Cedar Rapids whom the police are as yet unable to locate. It is believed she is the fence for the gang in Cedar Rapids. Boy Shoots His Father. MISSOURI VALLEY, Dec. 11.—Bennie Freeman, aged 20, son of Dr. George Freeman, fired two shots at his father, ran down street, shot himself in the head and fell dead. The doctor is not seriously wounded. The boy came re- recently from Stockton, Cal. His mother, divorced, lives in Athens county, Ohio, Kc«l^natlon of Judge I*add, DPS MOINES, Dee, 12,~-Scott M. Ladd has tendered his resignation as judge of the Fourth judicial district, an action made necessary by his recent election to the supreme bench, 1QWA CONDENSED. Miss Blanche Davis died at a hotel in Sanborn from an overdose of laudanum, taken with suicidal intent.) Bert Caldwell, who recently disappeared from his home in Sevastopol, in Des Moipes, has been found. He is in Birmingham, Ala, That is he was there December 3. Claus Van Ginkel, his partner in the coal business, has received a letter from him. He requests Van Ginkel to make further collections and pay the mioers, Jlo said he would "see bjm ]»ter," Report \ya§ that Paldwell took with hjm about $8UQ belonging to Van Gink, el'q (jrpthcr. He left a, wife, two sons a»4 a baUy friends say lie will return to them, 'fs r&dieai C pu.gji cgpe stops tickr Ung,cougb, liealiflg tp throat an4 lunge. Rey. B. Fay MUls* \vl>a^ work, tmnl»h Atittiorltlw Aflftotiiic* *fc*t tfee tttiMfl teadei- i« »ead. HAVANA, Dee. 9.— It is stated in most positive terms by the Spanish uthorities -that Ant«ih5o Maceo, lhe f eat instif gent leader and the heart and soul ol the Cuban cause, has been killed ih Havana province, after hav- ng effected the passage of the western tfocha, near Mariel, at its northern extremity. With the Cuban leader died the yonth, Francisco Gomez, son of Maxihio Gomez, .who accompanied :he mulatto general on his passag'e of the tfOcha, which occtitred on the 4th. The Spanish authorities now admit that the engagement with Maceo, in which he crossed the trocha. "was a fearful combat." Later, after Maceo's forces had passed into Havana province,, the forces of both sides were concentrated and another fearful battle took place. After the battle, which was won by the Spanish troops two bodies Were found which the authorities claim are those of Maceo and Francisco Gomez, a son of Gen. Gomez. It is reported that General Weyler was wounded in the engagement with Maceo at the trocha, NEW YORK, Dec. 10.— The World's Key West special says: Private Havana advices flatly deny the Spanish report that Maceo has been killed. The story was concocted at the palace to counteract the bad effect of Maceo's success in crossing the trocha between two Spanish forts near Canas without losing a man. The "news" as to Maceo given the local press by Major Cirujeda himself and to the foreign correspondents by the press censor contains no proof of authenticity, was not authorized by the general staff, and did not bear the customai-y heading, "official." Various residents of Punta Brava scout Cirujeda's 'reports. They say the Spanish troops under Cirujeda were subjected to a humiliating defeat and lost one-third of his force. The rebels pursued him to the outskirts of the town. HAVANA, Dec. 11.— Dr. Maxim Zer- tuch, personal physician to Antonio Maceo, has surrendered to the Spanish commander at San Felipe. The doctor confirms the announcement that Maceo was killed December 7, near Punta Brava, in an engagement between the insurgents and the Spanish column, commanded by Major Cirujeda. He says Maceo was shot in the chin, the bullet breaking his jaw and passing out near the neck and shoulder. Another bullet wounded him in the abdomen. • TURKEY WANTS TO FIGHT. rhc Sultan Demaiius Explanations from Cleveland for Ilia Message. NEW YORK, Dec. 13.—A Washington special to the World says:^ President Cleveland has been called to account by the sultan of Turkey. An emphatic protest has been made by the Turkish government against the language used in the' president's message to congress respecting the massacre of Armenians and the general conduct of the government towards the Christians in the empire. The situation is said to threaten, the rupture of the diplomatic relations between the United States and Turkey. Mustaplia Bey, the Turkish minister, it is rumored at the state idepartment, has intimated that if some amend is not made by the president, he will be obliged to ask for his papers and will return to Constantinople. The deep displeasure of the sultan was made known to Secretary Olney by Mustapha Bey, in accordance with a cablegram received by him from his home government. The interview between the minister and the secretary of state is describe^ as intensely interesting and somewhat exciting. WASHINGTON, Dec. 1$. —Emphatic denial is made at the state department of a published report that the Turkish minister, by direction of the sultan, has protested against the language of the president's me&sajre to congress in its treatment of the Turkish question. fata A»t»*»fc ftftd ttec. 14.—Thfe jnntft have received by way of sonville, Fla., from their agents seat to investigate the facts tegftfdihg Maceo's reported death, definite information. The dispatch to the 3*untft that Maceo was assassinated through the instrumentality of Df. Zertucha, who led Maceo and his staff across the trocha, where they were met by Ahumeda, and Maceo and his entire staff were assassinated with matchets. HAVANA, Dec. 14.—The steamships San Francisco, Monserrat, Buehos Ayres and Sartrustegui have arrived here with reinforcements of 6,000 troops. 2ULUS BRBAK OUT. They Bnrri a British Mission In Central Africa. CAPETOWN, Dec. 13.—Advices from Blantyrc, the chief town of British Central Africa, dated October 1 25, announce the dispatch of two British columns against; the Angoni 2ulus under Chief Chikuski, who had invaded South Nyassalund and burned a British missionary station, besides massacre- ing the inhabitants of a number ol villages. The Portuguese at Tete have invited the co-ope»-ation of the British. Chikuski commands 30,000 warriors, and the British troops only number about 500. Great anxiety was- felt .at Blantyre when these advices left that town and an attack upon it was feared. WEYLER RETURNS TO HAVANA. The Captain .General Received With Enthusiasm. HAVANA, Dec, 13.—General Weyler has returned to Havana. He rode into the city on horseback, accompanied by two squadrons of cavalry. His coming had been made known to the public and large crowds gathered to welcome him. He was given a popular ovation from the time he reached the city limits until he reached the palace. At some places along the route girls strewed flowers in his pathway and he was in other waj r s treated as a popular hero. He claims the rebellion has been suppressed. HORROR AT XERES. Building Collapses and Many Are Killed. CADIZ, Dec. 12.—A terrible disaster occurred at Xeres, in the province of Andalusia and sixteen miles from this city, through the collapse of a building. A house containing twenty-five persons collapsed without warning, burying all of its inmates in the debris. The house fell upon an adjoining ten,ement building, which also way. The tenement house was inhabited by eighty-five persons, 'all of whom were buried by the wreckage. Many dead bodies have been removed and the loss of life will be appalling. MURDERED HIS DAUGHTER. of a EX-QUEEN LIL ARRIVES. It Is SuppoHOd She Will Make a, Final Plea for Restoration. SAN FRANCISCO, Deo. 12,— Ex'Queen kilioukalani, of Hawaii, arrived unexpectedly from Honolulu on the steamer China, The object of her visit is at present unknown, but the impression which exists among the pussengers is that Lilioukaluni is en routu to \Vash- inprtop, whpre it is her intention to make a filial and urgent appeal to president Cleveland for the restoration of i her MONETARY-CONFERENCE. Appointed to Arrange f<>rCni> rem-y Agreement, WASHINGTON, Deo, ll.x-tShi'rmtin, chairman of th,e rtpublii-an caucus, up. pointed WolwQtt, Hoar, Chandler unrt Gear a cpmiqlittep, provided • 191- ut tho republican eauyus, \o prepare a' way tov agreement A iM^,)Q^>«!^~WU imn'm'm Atrocious Crime Laid at the Door Wealthy Kansas Farmer. OSAOE, Kan.. Dec. 11.—Rudolph Brockton, the wealthy farmer of Osage township, who bent and shockingly abused his 17-year-old daughter because she did not work to suit him' in the field, must answer to the charge of murder, having been held for trial in §10,000 bonds. After terribly beating- the girl four weeks ago, Brockman dragged her a quarter of a mile to his barn and tied her to nthe axle of a wagon. She died from her injuries. BREVITIES. It turns out that the outlaw killed near Guthrie, Okla., a few days ago, was not "Dynamite Dick," but "Black Graig," one of the most notorious highwaymen of the west, who operated for years in Indian Territory, Arkansas, New Mexico and Colorado, having robbed hundreds of travelers, held up a dozen trains and killed us many men. A cable from London says that Russia, France aud Great Britain have agreed on a plan of action which will insure reforms in Turkey, Abdul Hamid II is to be shorn of his power and reduced practically to a vassalage, Italy, Germany and Austria, have assented that tlie .Russian, French and British f-hips of \\i\v shall force the Dardenelles, if necessary in the execution of the jiisw policy. Cieorg. 1 Allen, one oC the men who trained Shark By for , the fight with Fitjtsimnions, h«s nutde u confession in which he snys Wyatt Harp, referee of the fight; T).m Lynch, Hhurkey'h manager, anil Nlwrkey upil Danny Net-d- Junn are concerned in a plot to deprive FUtjibimmoiis of thu fruits of his victory. It was ari-nuged that Sliamey was fJ tn.a>Ua it appear that he liuil been fouloil at a poipt in the content when he was in danger of boinjr luiookcul out, and ho was to give t|«» .siyiiiil l»,y pl:iuiqg his hand on the groin. Then Xc>eUliuin was to jump i)i uiul claiiu u foul uud I5urp was to give tho decision lit favor of Sliarupy, *Ju court later Trainers Alien and Smith gave ovltleuuu in uor- robovation of this fctory. A recent Washington dispatch says.; Allison, of |o\v^, rauy be l*eere,t,ary qi statP undei' Probidojit w ill to offoreA to in ts {my 'iiisltcirtion t}}»t , Tlie of " ' uo,w SESAtfe. t»ec. f.-fbS se-flftii todfdef at n6ou by Stet'enfion, f 1 SeBtttofs bWfif pf HSfent. At 2 o'clock the president's message was presented and its reading occupied the tifne until 3:35, when the senate adjourned. HOfSB. The house -was called to order at noon bj Speaker Heed, At 2 o'clock the president's message was received and the clerk at once proceeded to read it. Turner of Georgia announced the death of ex-Speaker drisp, and a resolution reciting that the house heard with pi-of oUfad regret the announcement of his death was adopted* Adjournment was then taken, SESATE. Washington, Dec. 8.—Many petitions were presented from tnatiufactufing bodies urging the passage of the Dlagley bill. The house resolution relative to the death of ex-Speaker Crisp was laid before ' the senate. As a mark of respect the senate adjourned. HOUSE. Bill permitting private mailing cards when 1 cent stamp is affixed and bill to provide for an indemnity of not to exceed $10 for the loss of any registered letter, passed. Loud then called up the bill to. authorize the collection and delivery of mail in cities, towns and villages where there is no letter carrier service, by private contract between citizens and any individual, the cost not to exceed 1 cent for each letter or package delivered. It passed. Pension appropriation bill, carrying $141,203,880, came up and without amendment was passed. Adjourned. CAUCUS. At a caucus of republican senators the Dingley tariff bill was referred to a steering committee with instructions to investigate as to the likelihood of getting it through, and to devise means to amend, if possible. Pacific railroad question was referred to same committee. An immigration bill presented by Lodge was endorsed. The following resolution was adopted: Resolved, That a special committee of five members of this caucus be appointed to recommend a plan whereby legislation may be bad' at this session looking to on international conference with the leading commercial nations of the world for the promotion of bimetallism. ~ t Dubois, Pettigrew, Mantel, Squire and Teller, the silver men who bolted at St. Louis, were not present and Dubois' resignation as secretary of tue caucus was received and accepted SENATE. Washington, Dec. 9.—Cameron introduced a resolution acknowledging the independence of Cuba. ' Mills iutrod uced a resolution for occupancy of the island by the United States troops until the Cubans can organize a government. Call also offered a resolution for recognition of the independence of Cuba. The first two were referred to the committee on foreign relations and the last was laid on the table. On motion of Alien, of Nebraska, the senate, by a vote of 35 to 21, took up the Dingley tariff bill. Aldricli moved to recommit the bill to committee on finance with instructions to report it back without amendment. A debate was begun, with Allen holding thp floor in opposition to the motion. At 2:30, after a short executive session, the senate adjourned. HOUSE. After passing a number of house bills, most of them relating to local affairs in the territories of New Mexico and Arizona, the house at 2:45 went into committee of the whole to consider aud refer the president's message, and then adjourned until tomorrow. ***£»» ftsft fififi . bee. _.. _ abd ineafis committee of Ing 1 begin work before thfe holiday", topofi the tariff bill, which is tdtjs'i chief feature ifi the policy ortfraT *l coming admiriistfatien, ahd ftifl .*L deator to perfect the bill so th&Hr may be presented to the hbu"se> of Iv® tfifty-tifth cofigress early in the i sessiotf, which J^esideflt will summon fdr revising the laws. The Dingley bill will be afca'a" doned by the republicans. This is thg plan said to have been agfeed upss U the republican leaders and tbf president-elect. AN EXTRA SESSION, The senate steering: Committee Otte KecMsary, WASHINGTON, Dec< 11.—The lican senatorial steering committee and Mr. Mark Hanna held a conference at the capitol. The situation iii states of North Carolina, South Dakota, Kentucky and Washington with respect to the election of .United States senators, was '"discussed and it was decided that every honorable method should be employed to elect' senators there, if possible. It was also the judgment of the' committee that an extra session of congress should be called as early as possible after the inauguration of Mr. Mo- Kinley. THREE HUNDRED DROWNED. A. Stea'mer Ashore and Foundered OS Spatu. Vtoo, Spain, Dec. 11.—The Nortb German Lloyd steamer Salicr is lost off Cape Corrubedo. All hands are drowned. There were 210 passengers on board. Her crew was composed of <| sixty-five men. All on board, passengers and crew, perished. The Sailer's passengers consisted of 113 Bussians, 35 Galacians,. 01 Spaniards and 1 German. The Sailer was bound from Bremen • to Buenos Ayres via Corunna and Vilgaric. The passengers \vere mostly in the steerage. VENEZUELA SAYS NO. Not Satisfied 'With the Agreement Negotiated by Uncle Sam. NEW YORK, Dec 12.—The Herald's Caracas cable says: The Venezuelan minister to the United States, who was to leave for Washington at once with the cabinet's approval of the boundary agreement (negotiated with Great Britain by the United States, has -postponed his departure. Much popular opposition has been aroused against the agreement and it is said Venezuela will withhold her consent. SIX DAY RECORD GONE. SENATE. Washington, Doc. 10. — A resolution fora oommittee of three to arrange for the inauguration of McKinley was adopted. Cullorn offered the following resolution: Resolved, By the senate and house of representatives, that the extinction of title and the termination of Spanish control of the islands at the gateway of the Gulf of Mexico is necessary to the welfare of those islands and to the people of the United States. He spoke in favor of the resolution, making a vigorous speech. The speaker did not indicate definitely the method which he thought should be pursued, saying: "The wisdom and discretion of an American president and cabinet can certainly find a •way to determine the trouble without imperiling the interests of our country or our people." Call also spoke briefly. Executive session. Adjourned. HOUSE. By u vote of 104 to 7, the bouse passed the bill prohibiting the sale of intoxicating liquors in the capital. Bill to amend the act forbidding the alien ownership of lauds in territories was defeated. UOUSE. Washington, Dec. 11. — In bis prayer the chaplain gave thanks for the passage of the resolution prohibiting the sale of intoxieat- ing liquors in the capitol. The house spent lhe day in consideration of bills on the private calendar. Adjourned till Monday. Kussliiu Crops Damaged by Drouth. ST. PKTKKSWJHG, Dec. 14. — A report is published that the winter crops in the southern provinces are greatly damaged In drouth. Eastern crops are in a satisfactory condition. Those of tho western und southern provinces are in good condition. Hale, the Irish Bicyclist, Gets the First Prize. NEW YOUK, Dec. 14.—In the six day bicycle race the first prize was won by Edward Hale, of Ireland. The final score was: Hale, 1,910.8; Rice, 1,882.0; Reading, 1,865.3; Forster, 1,829.4; Schock, 1,770.3; Smith, 1,'tM.'!; Pierce, 1,748.1; Taylor, 1,732.2; Ashinger, 1,673.3; Moore, 1,661.7; Maddox, 1,044.3; Cassidy, 1,605. All " of these men broke the record of 1,600 miles, made by Albert Schock in 1S93. THE RAJAH LOST. German Ship Goes Dotvn aud Seventeen Perish. LONDON, Dec, 11.—The German ship Rajah, captain Bellmer, from Barry, 1 Wales, has foundered in the Bristol channel. Two of her crew have been picked up. Seventeen others, comprising the remainder of her crew, were drowned. WAR WITH UNCLE SAM- Strike Way Cease. Doc, 14. — The striking dockers adopted a resolution in favor of coming to an agreement with employers. The conference will decide on the composition qf the board ol conciliation. ' YOIIK, Dec. 13. — The steel clad mouitov I'uvitau, pronounced by ex* pert? svs the most formidable coast de- funso vessel afloat, has been put in, cainmis,sian ut the Brooklyn navy Spain Said to Have Asked Leo to Soniid Europe on Helping Her. LONDON, Dec. IS.— The Daily Neils' Rome correspondent says it is asserted there that Spain has ask^d the pope to sound the European nations as to whether they could support Spain in » war with the United States, IOWA PATENT OFFICE REPORT. DBS MOJNEB, Dec. 10, — Patents secured for meritorious inventions through the Iowa Patent Office are' published in our reports in advppce of the issue of such patents and in ad' . vance of the stereotype lists that ar? given later by the officials at Washing- >\ ton. Patents have been allowed »s,follows: To Juiius Anderson, of KimbaHtop, Iowa, for an apparatus for heating and conveying tniik to » centrifugal cream separator and ao- vantagcoufUy maintaining a uniform temperature of all tKe mill? that enters the separator. To W. E, Newton, of Newberg, la,, for a sliding tarm gate that w»H he automatically opened aPfl closed by the contact of the wheels qf \ a passin? vehicle with the gate opersK ing mechanism. To J. P. Lewis, of Eraser, la,, for a reversible pneuwwo sand distributor for railway engine?. ' by means of which a biastof sand roW.J be directed upon the tr^ck rails, attW will qf the engineer, in front or rear,»i of the drive wheels, tP facilitate ,goiog~f forward or backward with a tw« %• the track. V»Ju,a,ble jpfprmatlOH (P rsrjai obtaining, valuing and sellipg pftte)W >| —' free io'any address. ' "* G, AUP J, RALPH ^ -,. ,. v „. - -- ' pf Patent* y The pos.8 often binges at the its avvwcr Bath, M.P., stocking, deeming j>hat place, WJiUe running- for hop gar^r broke a.jjd, ' slje pf it* hurried abw Y,, f 04^4 >vith. his

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