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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 27 July 1898

VOL. t. MIS 111 MINING ITEMS REVENUE LAW IS NOT LIKED. Denver Think* the War Tariff on Stoek Transfer* a Harmful Thlnjf —A*aeH*able Stoek Coining- Into Fashion—Different View* of the South Half—Striken In Idaho Mines The matter of the war tax on stock transaction is being very earnestly dis cused among the mining toek brokers of Denver. It is now tolerably well settled that it is the intention of the law to tax every sale or agreement to sell or memoranda of sale, whether or not an actual trans fer of stock is made on the books of the stock eompannies, and the directors of the mining stock exchange of that city are •now devising" a plan whereby the brokers may have the proof of the compliance with the law. It is probable that a sys tem of memorandum slips will be adopt ed, the stamps to be affixed to these slips. The most serious feature of the law as affecting Hie mining stock business in that state is the fact that it requires the payment of a tax of 2 cents upon each .SIOO of par...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 27 July 1898

vvft-'i* A A iM!i »» »1 MM'ED EVERY WEDNESDAY. J. A. THOMPSON". . . . Editor and Proprietor Subscription price fl.oo per year; six month*, 75 cents. No subscription taken for lens than fix months. Advertising iate* may l>o ascertained at the office. None but first class advertisement]* will be iaaffrtod. Correspondence from neighboring towns will be cheerfully received. Write on both sides of the paper if you wish and say what you have to •ay in your own way. We'll fix it up. Entered ml the Postoffice at Ritzville, Adams County. Wash., as Second Class mail matter. RITZVILLE, JULY 27, 1898. There is good reason to believe that Gen. Miles is in possession of Porto Rico now. Wouldn't be surprised to hear of somebody asking Uncle Stun's opinion in regard to maters naval most any time. We don't hear much about the superiority of the European navy and that the United Saates is unprotected nowadays. The latest advices are to the effect that Spain, through the French am bassador has bega...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 27 July 1898

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. What Your Friends and Ours Have Been Doing the Past Week. : i, Prize baking powder at Sinclair's. Geo. C. Cosa of Willis spent Satur day in town. Binder for sale. Enquire of Mrs. Leta Emmert. When in need of stationery call at the Blue Front. 8. A. Osborne of Willis was a guest at the Pacific Saturday. Call on Clodius & Kalkwarf and get prjces. on wall paper. Elmer Snook was in the city on ' business Saturday. James and Wm. Watson of Delight were in this city Saturday. Just received, a new lot of boots and shoes at Smith & Thomsen's. We have just received a car load of Newton wagons.—Bauer-Bier Co. J. F. Coss, Jr., was one of the many visitors in' this city last Saturday. No baking powder ever made can expel the brand named "Perfect." W. S. Egbers of Griffith was trading with Ritzville merchants Saturday. Samuel Glenn of Fletcher was in town Saturday for harvest supplies. All kinds of lumber and building material at lowest prices at Green's. The families ...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 27 July 1898

America's C.eatest Medicine is the Medi cine for You. Do not experiment with untried prepa rations. Be satisfied only with the great est and best, Hood's Sarsaparilla. It has cured multitudes of people and is kept on hand in thousands of homes as Che only *ufe and reliable family medicine. It will defend you from the dangers of summer. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is America's Greatest Medicine, fl; six for |5. Hood's PillS cure all liver ills. 25 cents. ALL AROUND MARKET REPORT. Wheat Quotation*, Wool Flvnrea, and the Price of Produce. Following are the Spokane quotations. Wholesale prices are given unless other wise quoted: Wheat at the warehouse —Country points: Club, bulk 471?, sacked 48c: blue wtern, hulk 41k', sacked 50c. At Spokane: Club, bulk 48c, sucked 51e; bluesteni, bulk 48e, sacked 31c; bluestein, bulk 50c, silked 53c. Oats—At Spokane, f. o. b., $19(rT20. Barley—Country i>oints, f. o. b., 7i)@ 75c pci* cwt. Rye—Country points, f. o. b., 70c per cwt. Flour—Per barrel—Gold Drop...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 3 August 1898

VOL. I. N HAHDS OF A COMMISSION PEACE TERMS STILL A SECRET. The Answer (o Spain In In the Hunds of the French Ambassador—'The I'hlllpplne question Still Lnset tled, and Will He Discussed Still Farther. Washington, July 30.—1t is learned that a Spanish-American commission is to have charge of the entire question of the terms of peace, on the condition, how ever, that the Spanish troops are removed immediately from Culm and Puerto Rico, and that the United States shall have the islands. The president has decided that the state • ment intended to be made public as the reply to Spain shall not be given out. lie reached this determination upon rep resentation that such a course would be in violation of the proprieties of diplo macy, which require that such a note shall not be published before it is known to have reached the nation addressed, and reasonable time must be allowed for ans- j wer. With regard to other questions than' the Philippines the situation is as stated' yesterday. The ...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 3 August 1898

ADAMS COUNTY NEWS ISSUKD EVERY WEDNESDAY. #. A. THOMPSON, . . . Editor axi> Proprietor subscription price $1.00 per year; six months, U cents. No subscription taken tor less than Six months. Advertising rate* rtay be asceTtained at the Mfii','. None br?t first class advertisements Vlll be inserted. Correspondence from neiKhboring towns will fw cheerfully received. Write on both sides of ihe paper if you wish and ray what you have to Say in yo»r Wvro ifay. We'll tlx it up. Enterw at the Postofflce at Ritzville, Adams County, Wash., as Second Class mail matter. RITZVILLE, AUGUST 3, 1898. A FARMER'S CO-AJMN. Upon the suggestion of one of our subscriber's who is a leading farmer in the county, we have decided to de vote one of the News' columns exclu sively to farming interests and we in vite our farmer friends to use it to their own advantage. We w?ll expect communications for this column to he upon live and interesting subjects, !rom the farmers and stock raisers, imong our subscri...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 3 August 1898

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. * What Your Friends and Ours Have Been Doing thfe Past Week. Prize baking powder at Sinclair's. Dr. Vogel, the eye specialist, is in the city. C Binder for sale. Enquire of Mrs. Leta Emmert. When in need of stationeiy call at the Blue Front. Call on Clodius & Kalkwarf and get prices on wall paper. Just received, a new lot of boots and shoes at Sffiith & Thomson's. No baking powder ever made cs>n excel the brand named "Perfect." The county commissioners arc sit ting as a board of equalization. All kinds of lumber and building material at lowest prices at Green's. A new line of handkerchiefs, ties, purses, combs and fans at the Blue Front. I have a sample of the Hodge's header and want you to see it. —J. SI. Moulton, Lind. >■ Judge Neal came down today to hold a special term of court, Partic ulars next week. For sale—A good second hand bi cycle or will trade for a horse broke to ride. Enquire here. It pleases everybody to know that. > they can buy ...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 3 August 1898

When Hot Don't sweat and fret, but keep cool and mke Hood's Sarsaparilla. This is good advice, as you will tind if you follow it. Hood's Sarsaparilla is a first-class sum mer medicine, because it is so good for the stomach, so cooling to the blood, so helpful to the whole body. Make no mistake, but get only Hood's parilla America's Greatest Medicine. HnnH'c Pi|| G cure Liver Ills; easy to s iwai a rllia take, easy to operate. mi LOST IN A FIRE THREE DEAD, FOURTEEN HURT. Knrly Morning Fire in a Chicago Hotel—Thone \\ lio lleeame Panle- Strleken Suffered, the Cool Oii«*m ICNCoped Safely. Chicago, Aug. I.—Three killed and 14 injured is the record of a tire that broke out at 2:30 o'clock this morning in the Berwin hotel on North State street, start ing in a bicycle repair shop adjoining the hotel. The flames spread to the basement of flie hostelry and then making their way to both the front and rear stairway, cut off the escape of a dozen •uests. Some in the panic that ensued jumped to ...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 10 August 1898

VOL. I. TFUY" J BREAD, CAKES and ■s^l* I PIES, MADE FROM OTT BROTHER'S CELEBRATED FLOUR Also carry a full line of CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS AND TOBACCOS, CANNED GOODS. —BAILEY BROS. S.G.JACKSON... ... ARTIST, PAINTER and PAPER.HANGER All Work Promptly and Satisfactorily Executed. • ..... Ritzville, Wash. HARRIS & SON Livery, Feed and Sale Stables. linen Turnouts In the City. I'll ruier's Trade a Specialty. J. A. WILBURN Resident Photographer CHILDREN'S PORTRAITS A SPECIALTY. aullery next to Bank Building. MRS. S. CARRIER, Restaurant, Rltzville, Washington. Dr. F. R. Burroughs PHriICUN AND SL'HGEON. Office: Second Street, between O end E. Hitzvilli, Wash. OR. JOHN ADAMS Physician and Surgeon Office: Ott Building RITZVILLE, - WASMINOTON. C. STASER, LAW TEH and COMMISSION BR Ooumon ahd Notabt Woki a Bpxciai.tt. Dr. C. E. Hershberger RESIDENT DENTIST. Offioe: North aid* of Main Btrect Ri tivilla, Waahington. o. B. HOLCOMB. «. W. JTSKT. HOLCOMB & ZENT Attorneys at Law Practice in all...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 10 August 1898

ADAMS COUNTY NEWS I3BTSD IVXKT WEDNESDAY 4. A. THOMPSON, . . . Editor and Proprietor Subscription price fl.oo per ye&r; six months, rsoents. *0 subscription taken for less than months Advertising rates may ascertained at the office. None bat flrat elfcss advestkements will be inserted. Correspondence from neighboring towns will cheerfully received. Write on both sides of pke paper if you wish and say what you have to •ay In your own way. We'll fix it up. Enured at the Poatofflce at Ritzville, Adams County, Wash., as Second Class mail matter. RITZVILLE, AUGUST 10,1898. We publish this week the notice of the Secretary of State that there is to be two amendments to the constitu tion voted on this fall. We have no "pull" and get no pay for this notice but we think it due our readers. The Nrws considers the women's- suffrage question one of the greatest political questions of the hour, inasmuch as it is the shortest and surest way to dis pose of the other great problems of national l...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 10 August 1898

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. What Year Friend* and Out* Have Bee* Dot at the Past Week. Fresh vegetables at Sinclairs. Lateat war news on fourth page. Read the Ritiville Hardware's ad. A lemon famine reigns in Ritzville. F. Scheel and family were in town Monday. Mrs. E. R. Lemman is reported as quite tick. Dry wood and Roslyn lump coal at Greene's. Buy your oranges, lemons, figs, etc., at Sinclair's. .60 buys an eight-day alarm clock at the Blue Front. County Treasurer Sinclair has been feeling poorly for a few days. Lee Bros, are drilling a well for Armstrong A Moore this week. do to Moulton's, at Lind, Wash., for lumber and building material. Attorney W. W. Zent made a busi ness trip to the country Monday. The city has been having a number of new crosswalks put in the past week. Three hundred dollars worth of wall paper just received by ClodiusA Kalk warf. A little child of Mr. and Mrs. J. J, Koch died last Sunday of cholera in fantum. ' WANTED.—GirI for general house work. Bent wages paid...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 10 August 1898

PEACE ON HE WIRE FIVE TRANSLATIONS COMING. The Spnninh AuNwer Continue Slowly to the French J£mhassy—lt In a I.oiik Document, anil May Contain .\ew Conditions. Washington, Aug. 8. —2:45 p. m.—The Spanish answer to the peace terms has just been received at the French embassy. It is quite long and in cipher. The trans lation began at once, but it will take some time to complete the work. At 3:30 o'clock the Spanish reply was still arriving at the French embassy. The fourth section having just been re ceived. Paris, Aug. B.—The Spanish ambassa dor this morning presented to the French minister of foreign affairs Spain's reply to the peace terms of the United States, which was subsequently cabled to Wash ington. Five Translations. Washington, Aug. 8. —Spain's answer j to the demands of the United States is j now on the way to Washington, but it is j coming with a slowness almost painfuli in view of the earnest desire to know j whether the acceptance is complete or j qualified. There are ...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 17 August 1898

VOL. I. NIIS if I Mill! CUPS THE MINES IN THREE STATES. A I<*amon* Old District In Idaho— SapiililroH In Moutann-The Centre Star .Mine Sold for Two Millions— Mill Han a Few Hour*—Mining Notes. Silver City, Idaho, had a wonderful reputation for wealth a third of a cen tury ago, when the mines on War Eaglo mountain were producing an abundance of gold, even with the most primitive methods of production and with the near est railroad point hundreds of miles dis tant. One of the celebrated properties of this camp which is still steadily producing and paying dividends at a heavier rale than the Le Roi of Rossland ever did, is the Trade Dollar mine. It is making regular shipments of ore in car lots that will average away up in the thousands of dollars per ton in free gold. The Black Jack and De Lunar are also well known War Eagle properties which have produc ed steadily and paid dividends aggregat ing large sums. A group of three properties which made enormous records for production of ...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 17 August 1898

ADAMS COUNTY NEWS ISWEO EVERY WTOXWDAY. J. A. THOMPSON, . . . Editor and Proprietor Subscription price $1.00 per year; nix months, 75 cents. No subscription taken for less than fix months. Advertising rates may be ascertained at the office. None but first class advertisement* will be inserted. Correspondence from neighboring towns will be cheerfully received. Write on both sides of I he paper if you wish and say what you have to •ay in your own way. We'll fix it up. Entered at the Postofflce at Ritzville, Adams County, Wash., ns Second Class mail matter. RITZVILLE, AUGUST 17,1898. The tone of the European press in regard to Uncle Sam's ability to scrap has changed some in the last three months. Captain-General Augusti (supposed to be commanding Manila) evidently saw all the Yankee gun play he wanted to about the first of May. The latest report from Manila is that the city surrendered to Admiral Dewey on the 13th after one hour's bombardment, Captain-General Au gusti escaping on a Ge...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 17 August 1898

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. What Your Friends and Ours Have Been Doing the Past Week. Fresh vegetables at Sinclairs. A furnished room for rent; enquire at this office. Col. Zent and wife went to Spokane Monday morning. J. F. Fletcher and family of Bemis came to town yesterday. J. E. Prouty returned home last Saturday from Seattle. Mrs. Hatlin purchased a fine piano from Prof. Jones last week. Wm. McKay returned last Friday morning from his trip to Portland. Threshing for the farmers and fish ing for the sports is the order of the day. Wall paper in endless variety, and at prices that are right.—Clodius & Kalkwarf. Mrs. B. L. Hicks lert on yesterday morning's train lor a visit to relatives and friends at Wenatchee. It pleases everybody to know that they can buy the pure baking powder named "Perfect" so reasonably. Prof. M. F. Jones, the music dealer of Spokane, was doing business in town the latter part of last week. Every woman, in justice to health and pocket-book should try the "Per f...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 17 August 1898

"I'mSoTired!" As tired in the morning as when I go to bed! Why is it? Sim ply because your blood is in such a poor, thin, sluggish condition it does not keep up your strength and you do not get the benefit of your sleep. To feel strong and keep strong just try the tonic and purifying effects of Hood's Sarsaparilla. Our word for it, 't will do you good. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is America's Greatest Medicine. Hood's Pills cure all Liver Ills. 25 cents. ORDERS SEHI MERRiTI TELEGRAPH TO BE OPENED. Fears That They Have Keen Fifth t inft Since the Fourth of Auftust— The Insurgents May Have Looted Manila llefore the New» of Peace Arrived. New York, Aug. 16.—A special to the Tribune from Washington says: Cable communication with Manila will probably be re-established within the next day or two, if the efforts of this government, supported by those of Great Britain and Spain, are successfully direct ed, in order that further bloodshed may be averted and the suspense relieved. Jt is understood th...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 24 August 1898

VOL. I. FiriL REAR IGOLIIBIOD. SIX KILLED TWENTY-SIX HURT Terrible Accident in llailroud Sta tion at Sharon, Ma km.—Two Sec tions of a Trnin Smashed Into Eiieli Other, TeleNcojiiiiK' Cam. Sharon, Mass., Aug. 22.—A frightful rear end collision occurred in the Sharon station of the New York, New Haven & Hartford railroad at 7:30 o'clock last night, when an express train which was running as the second section of a long train crashed into the iirst section, com posed of local cars. As a result six per sons were killed and 20 seriously injured. The injured were nearly all removed to Boston on a special train, which was met by ambulances and surgeons. The rear car of the local train was completely de molished and a portion of the second car, while the engine of the express train was crippled. The I)en«1. The dead are: Franklin M. Waters, Somerville, Mass; Mrs. W. J. Fitzpatrick. Boston; her granddaughter, Mary Fitz patrick, a 10 year-old girl; her grandson, 15 years old; a woman supp...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 24 August 1898

ADAMS COUNTY NEWS imVTD EYXKY WCDXODAY. 4. A. THOMPSON, . . . Editoe and Proprietor Subscription price 91.00 per year ; six months, 75 cents. No subscription taken lor less than j tix month*. Advertising lates may he ascertained at the •fflce. None but first class advertisements will inserted. Correspondence from neighboring towns will be cheerfully received. Write on both sides of the paper if you wish and say what you have to say in your own way. We'll fix it up. Catered at the Postoffice at Ritsvflle, Adams Cotmty, Wash., as Second Class mail matter. RITZVILLE, AUGUST 24,1898. ADAMS COUNTY BOOM. Without attempting to assign a Articular reason but willing to let ur populist friends ascribe it to re arm, our fusion friends to the election f their state ticket, our republican ■iends to McKinley's administration, nd our other friends to any other Id cause they may choose, we want mply to say: Our county is taking a very healthy rowtb. Hundreds of new settlers are jming in and improvi...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 24 August 1898

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. What Your Friends and Ours Have Beaa Doing the Past Week. Brick, lime and hair at Green's. Prize baking powder at Sinclair's. Dry wood and Roslyn lump coal at Greene's. John McDonald and family were in town Friday. McCoy Bros, keep a supply of ice on hand for sale. When in need of stationery call at the Blue Front. N. H.Greene came down from Spo kane Sunday evening. No baking powder ever made csn excel the brand named "Perfect." I. W. Myers was one of the sick list last week, but is about well again. All kinds of lumber and building material at lowest prices at Green's. The Olympia restaurant opened its doors for business last Sunday morn ing. Born—To the wife of Geo. A. Ken nedy in this city August 21st, 1898, a son. Go to S. Eastman's for a bath. New tub. Bath 25 cents. Hot water every day. JBk Clouded background bust photos at Wilburns this Y month. Did you notice that new sign that Garvey A Faucher painted for the sheriff's office? About 300' head of cattle w...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Adams County news. — 24 August 1898

A WELL DESERVED HONOR. Lieutenant Mill* Made Superintend ent nt West Point. New York. Aug. 22.—A special to the Herald from Washington says: For the first time in the history of the United States a first lieutenant wfll l>e made superintendent of the military acad emy. The officer to be thus honored is First Lieutenant Alfred S. Mills of the First cavalry, one of the heroes of San tiago, who now has temporary rank as captain as a member of General Young's staff. The president made this selection j>erso»ally and as a reward for gallant conduct at the storming of San Juan heights. London has street lamps in operation which Supply pedestrians with tea, coffee, cocoa and hot water on the penny-in-the slot system. I Have No Stomaoh Said a jolly man of 40, of alpibst alder' manic rotundity, "since taking Hood's Sarsaparilla." What he meant was that this grand digestive tonio had so com pletely cured all distress and disagreeable dyspeptic symptoms that he lived, ate and ■lept in com...

Publication Title: Adams County News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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