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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - June 13, 1893, Galveston, Texas WILL IT Mod ud Uw ron tUi to IM fMt it will bo lor you Lay of for your ud to accord with of your Urno to con- sider your to Aboto from to dual wilh and 1 caro of and the Mid attention to It will pay iu a nor It will u fall abort of attaining COLO STORAGE We have just taken possession of our Cold Storage house which is tiie most com- plete in the south with the best and most scientific ing process This enables us to keep our BUTTER CHEESE EVAPORATED FRUIT and other perishable goods absolutely as FRESH PURE AND SOME as turned out of the factory All these articles come to us in refrigerating cars Send us your orders HOUSTON Merchants GALVESTON TEX Assorted Pints Preserves In glass Assorted In glass Preserves In glass Pints Lunch Pre- serves in glass In assorted lots of ten cases below prices in Baltimore Moore Co BATTLE WITH One Hobber Mortally Wounded and an Officer Shot in the Log SAN FRANCISCO Cal Juno special from another fight between Evans and Soutag the Collie train robbors and cere took place Sunday evening During tho conflict Officer was shot in the log Evans is probably mortally wounded if not dead At the timo tho wounded officer loft Evans was lying on tho ground Sontag had escaped and taken to the hills lowed by n heavy fire which it is believed did not injure him as it was dark and his ro- form could not bo snon Sheriff Scott of Fresno has been wired to send a posse and officers and will go from this city to the scone of the conflict was killed and Evans escaped to the mountains Three Years for Ark June L Grigsby n young man was tried and convicted horo oa a charRo Of bigamy and sentenced to years in tho penitentiary About two yoars ago Grigsby a well connected young lady in this county Tho pair got blong well until about n month when ho disappeared from Bright Star and tho next hoard of him lio was married to another girl a former sweetheart residing only twenty miles from hm whom ho represented as dead He lived with tho just one week and then to tho other His Employer In Anger Ok Juno Saturday Amos Baer a farmer living ten miles north of here hired a strango negro to work m tho harvest field During tho ho to task for slighting his work and tho latter drew a long knife and thrust it into his em- bowels fatally wounding him which ho escaped VOL 82 TEXAS TUESDAY JUNE 13 1893 ESTABLISHED INDICATIONS TOV Tuns eastern Texas fair occasional easterly wind The WM Hot MINNEAPOLIS Minn June was terrifically hot the mercury registering 92 FALLS Minn June four in shade by tho signal service with scorching hot wind JAMESTOWN N D registered 96 and 98 day Tho wind in from the south to the in- jury of crops JIB in tho open field the mercury la well above 100 June following daily synopsis of tho weather and local forecast are furnished by the official in charge of the States weather bureau at thin The low pressure continues along the ern mountain Blono with very slight change ID intensity and the highest pressure is along tho Atlantic coast Tho temperature has over tho lakes and has changed but slightly or fallen over other portions of the country Cloudy and showery weather prevails over the gulf states and it IB generally clear where The low pressure will probably move ward to the central valley during the next 24 to 48 hours LOCAL Juno forecast for Texas east of the 100th meridian for four hours ending at 12 midnight June 13 Fair except showers over Texas and tho coast district stationary temperature As obtained from the bureau the maximum temperature of Galveston day waa 81 degrees the minimum ture was 70 degrees Weather bulletin following weather bureau stations report currant temperature to-night at 8 o'clock 75th meridian time as Abilene Tex 82 Tex 78 At- lanta Go Bismarck N D Cairo III 78 Charlotte N C 08 111 70 Cincinnati 0 70 Corpus Tex 80 Denver Col 88 City Kail Si In 88 Fort Smith Ark 82 El Paso Tex Dubuque Tex Fia 71 Kansas City Mo Little flock Ark 82 Memphis Tonn 82 Miles City Mont 70 ery Ala 84 Nashville Tonn 74 Now leans La 78 North Nob 84 Omaha Nek 84 Palestine Tor 78 Pa San Antonio Tox 76 port La 80 Si Vincent Minn 84 St Louis Mo 80 St Paul Minn 90 burg Mien 82 Oklahoma City Ok Atlanta Ga Charlotte N C Tex Pali 20 United Bulletin For twenty-four hours ending G p June Atlanta 7 stations maximum 83 minimum temperature G8 gusta 11 90 08 Charleston 0 19 80 08 Little Hock 12 DO 06 Memphis 14 90 04 Mobile 10 92 04 gomery 7 92 08 Now 13 90 08 vannah 13 92 GO G 02 GG mington 10 88 04 89.8 06.2 Atlanta Ga 11 20 Little Hock Ark Mobile Ala trace Now Orleans La 03 Wilmington traco Mean 04 Region For tho twenty-four hours ending at C p m 75th meridian timo Juno maximum 81 minimum ature 70 rainfall 2.09 80 GO 00 Boltou 86 50 12 Bronham 80 70 41 Cor- sicana Columbia 84 70 58 ro 88 70 27 Dallas 92 70 90 70 T Houston 74 G8 39 Huntsville 84 70 15 92 00 Luling 86 68 00 Orange 82 70 53 Palestine 84 G8 20 San 72 20 Sherman 90 70 00 Tyler 80 08 00 Waco 92 64 05 Weathorford 92 60 00 86.2 67.8 26 Hands LOUISVILLE Ky June Louisville Evening owned by Charles and others haa changed hands Tho new ers nre Richard W Knott for thirteen years on tho editorial staff of the S 8 Voch president of tho Farmers and Drovers bank John M A the rt on distiller and others Knott bought a majority of the stock and will be editor and THAT SPECIAL EDITION No thine by Halves Citizen Tho special edition of copies of Tea GALVESTON NEWS promised somo time in July will be of groat interest and valuo to Texas The issue will be devoted to tho presentation of data relative to the resources of the state and THE NEWS has its array of workers now in tho field securing additional facts Tnn NEWS nothing by halves and tho edition will be a groat thing for Texas It would bo a good thing if the commissioners court of Colorado county would secure nnd have pre- sented in this edition tho many features Col- county presents as a desirable location for homos takes occasion to ex- plain that every settled county in the state will be briefly described Beyond this no locality can receive spncial mention As heretofore with special editions of TUB this edition will no paid ups All advertising matter must appear iu tho advertising columns The Will Succeed Now Era TUB NEWS is going to make a supreme effort to got out a special edition of copies to resources of Texas With the of TUB NEWS in this lino in the in view it would bo a splendid paper to circulate at tho world's air Signal TIIK GAI-VHSTOX-DALLAR announces a wial of to thn of Texan to bo issued in July Pre- vious special editions of Tun NEWS ia a cient guarantee tho will be well Highest of all in Leavening U S Gov't Report PURE FORD'S THEATER INQUEST AH EXCITING SOENE THE Colonel Ainsworth Denounced aa a Mob Dries Hang Tho Feeling on the Streets WASHINGTON June the inquest which la being held to in- quire into causes of the death of the tims of tho Ford was a most exciting scene Tho room where the inquest was being held was crowded with people A witness named Thompson and an employe of the bureau over which Colonel Ainsworth presides was on the stand Ho was in the building when it foil Ho branched off from giving the facts about tho collapsa to a statement as to tho relations between and the clocks in his Ho with the greatest fooling against Ainsworth stating the clerks had the of him find had foiled to express belief iu the of the building because of foar of him A member of jury got up and said bo objected to Ainsworth being present at the inquest as his presence intimidated tho As ho Hits thore looking down along tho whole line of witnesses his vary look ries intimidation with it A man arose and yelled ut You are a murderer and killed my brother Loud cries greeted this hisses waro showered on the colonel Mon nnd him and mob joined in a chorus of Hang him hang the scoundrel hang the Ainsworth sat motionless and showed no fear Ho did not attempt to mako any re- ply but ft lawyer who was representing him in the investigation triad to make a speech but what ho said was drowned by the cries of tho mob A policeman camo in and stood by Ainsworth aud Uio coroner adjourned the in- quest stopped out got in a riage and drove away Tho mob then went into a of mooting tho witness Thompson being tho chairman Speeches wero made and a committee of five was appointed to petition Mr Cleveland to order tho to be hold with open doors and that be suspended from office the cf ths tion The excitement in tho streets is but tle less whon tho building fell So mo of the mob Raid that all it needed waa a leader and it would have done its work This is hardly probable but tho mob spirit was ripe This fooling is greatly deplored as mob law in Texas and other states has boon at all times very roundly denounced in this latitude So far thoro has boon nothing to show in tho who is to blame It was shown that the clerks wore afraid of the building but moro afraid of Ainsworth Tho ex- amination had only than far whon tho fury of tho audience broke forth There will bo an investigation by army officers at tho request of Ainsworth who is nn army officer This investigation will bo for the purpose of ascertaining whether a court martial is proper is talcing tho matter very coolly He has stated from tho that thore was no blame on his ora and that ho was anxious to face tho world on it and stand an investigation before civil or military authorities Ho is vory un- popular with tho under and their hatred toward him without doubt has much to do with convincing thorn that ho is in somo way responsible for tho collapse of the Ford building Account By Associated Pross Juno the bodies of tho of Ford's theater astor commenced to-day in Willard's hall ad- joining hotel Dr uty of tho district conducted tho Colonel Ainsworth who had charge of the dorks in the wrecked building was present with his attorney Tho testimony given was interesting until a sensation was sprung by Smith a clork swearing it waa dors that tho employes should not walk ily for fear of jarring tho building down ad- ding that Ainsworth kept his nates in a state of abject foar At this an outburst of from the hundred or moro clerks in tho whilo Ainsworth grow red with Then a well dressed man walked forward and in a voice trembling with passion and shaking his fist in A ins worth's face You my brother and you shan't sit thoro intimidating these The man was Chas Barnes whoso brother was a victim of tho disaster After the uproar thus occasioned had quieted Mr Davis representing Col Ainsworth started to spoak whon a dozen ment clerks rose to feet and shouted for lim to sit down The of present endeavored o tho outbreak but his voice was as aa it would havo boon in a cyclone Tho excitement grow to intensity Nearly every clerk present employed in tno old or building was on his foot shouting At first they only called sit shut your but finally somo fronted individual Hang him hang him 1 Mon woro springing forward by this timo und the spectators sought covor It as if would como to Col worth for uomo wore teia his and others forward j if thoy wished to toar him to pieces Warner ouo of tho jurors finally managed o quiet tho mob bud tho doputy coroner ad- tho inquest anil Juno waa in 1857 thai ohn T Ford an old church which tood on tho Bite of tho building whom occurred it down to room for a From its tight this was successful nil tho stars f that timo appearing upon ana took company wnn nu exceptionally strong no At this theater Formal ono of his ortt lasting fi month and ho WRO by tinmen H aa Folstoff built the which wan a plain brick thron Tories high 71 foct front loo It WAR understood to be ft thorough 17 tial structure that fatal Friday night in April 1865 when the of the United Statos was shot by Assassin Booth Ford's theater woe by ot Andrew son and it was by tho government many yearn it used for museum purposed by general's office but recently all exhibits woro ro- to tho now museum building on tho Smithsonian park grounds Then tho old theater was into a busy of try by nearly 600 of tho war ment in compiling records for the division of that While the building was used as a museum the re- mains of tho were brought in tho still hours of night from the place of and prepared for articulation as a eton by tho anatomist of the museum Dr Ernest For many months tho bones of tho murderer of were exposed in an ordinary brend tray nad to this day only the museum authorities know is the skeleton in their collection of similar objects The museum floors of the building While was originally for the of investigating the wounds and diseases to war its has broadened ap that it lately included all objects of medical and surgical study It said to be the only museum of its kind in world There wero no less than specimens arranged with groat care and system within the walls of the The second floor of tho building contained the medical library of the ment a library which was said to contain moro medical literature than tho British seum or the national library of France The Court of inquiry WASHINGTON June court of inquiry ordered by Secretary Lamont to investigate tho facts connected with the disaster and an opinion as to who is responsible mot this afternoon but to meet at tho call of the senior officer for the reason that Ainsworth can not appear before tho court until tho inquest now being conducted is concluded The only public calamity in Washington at all approaching m magnitude tho recent disaster at Ford's occurred in when a number of women woro in- stantly killed by an explosion in a cartridge factory at tho OSMOND Tho New York Murderer Pays tha Extreme Penalty of the Law SING SING N Y June L mond won electrocuted this morning at in the presence of the usual number of for the of his and his cousin John C on October 3 1891 Ho und his wife had lived in ments on Third avenue New York city mond became jealous of and repeated quarrels Joft the house Mrs mond continued to reside thero and com- for a which woro pending whon tho crime WM committed FIEE Works Darned CLEVELAND O June The works of the Meriam Morgan company corner of Seneca and Ohio streets woro partially de- by fire to-night The plant consisted of a three-story briok building used for ing wax a frame shop and n four-story brick candle factory Tho first two buildings woro completely de- and tho other slightly damaged Load and Fort June 12 Tho Dallas and Fort Worth rapid transit and terminal com- pany to-day in the county clerks of las and Tarrant counties filed n mortgage on property and franchises to tho Central trust company of Now York to tho sue of bonds to bo used in tho con- traction completing and operating of road at Tex Juno R A residence burned last night caused by ho explosion of a lamp The was pied by Mrs Harris as a boarding houso Total loso about Insured for on houso ia of Hartford and on hold goods in tho of Hertford Works Burned Juno Shortly after mid- night the chemical works of Joseph Burns in wero destroyed by fire Loss over Knights of Labor at DALLAS com- of the grand lodge of the Knights of Labor mot hero to-day in preparation for the annual mooting of tho grand lodge which will come oft hero August 2 and last four days Escaped Murderer Caught MARLBORO Md June tho colored murderer who escaped from jail moro than three weeks ago was recaptured near here last night Ho is under sentence along with Barbor also colored to hang June 30 for the murder of millionaire Francis H Bowie THE Birmingham W H Clanton died April 10 on Sand Mountain Florence Tuscumbia banking company closed its doors on tho Franklyn John McGavock an ideal southern gentleman is dead 78 Memphis notorious burglar Bradly has at last got n term in tho penitentiary Now Orleans La Tho Now Orleans cypress umber company ia in tho hands of a receiver Indebtedness Birmingham G Roberts a woll railroad man committed suicide in the hotel He was from Tho danger that has so overhung Um valley lias so ar passed away that all is practically ended White his and daughter while crossing a railroad wore all killed So was tho horae and the gy smashed Burton who derod hor husband whilo in jail confessed the mid then hanged herself with a ropo made of hor skirts Memphis claims of creditors against tho have been amod by Judge Beard Amount and costs Atlanta tho case of Portor Stocks charged with the murder of Alph Cassin two tho jury returned a verdict of voluntary Stono n of for tho of John W who is with tho murder ot in Groan county Mny 26 el fining tho Travelers Protective nnd Oro SB itR next for Washington nnd San Antonio woro for it Memphis negro who in jold from a- on I ho night of 11 has boon rod nnd every dollar of thu stolen money has returned to tho owner MILES MAY GO THERE STATE WRITES TO CARLISLE He Wants to Know the Galveston North Teias tional Capital Kotos June Special Senator Miles wrote to Mr Carlisle a fow daya ago asking him if the collector at Teston would be before day The was that tho appointment would not bo made before that time and tho senator said he would probably come on to Washington at once It is supposed that he is coining to take a hand in tho collect fight NORTH TEXAS NATIONAL Comptroller of tho Currency Eckels stated to the NEWS reporter to-day that ths North Texas national bank of Dallas would bo mitted to go into voluntary liquidation Tho of tho bank wanted to reduce its tal to of its original capital of and so ahead with its business Eckels would not agree to this but has agreed to voluntary liquidation WILL INSPECT It Is openly announced that Mr Cleveland intends to have every government building in tho city inspected and that if any of thorn are defective ho will make recommendations in his message for Buch defects and point out tho necessity for more caro in the protection of the of tho employes of the ment BAB APPLIED William of San Antonio has fur the of immigrant Original Jamou Hardesty Original widows etc Win C Collins father Survivors Indian war Augustus C Beall issue of June 1 1893 Indian Original widows etc Elizabeth Drum CLABB The NEWS reporter interviewed Postmaster General to-day in regard to his rule about the displacement of fourth class mouters Tho was made two or throo days ago that there would bo no clean sweep of fourth class postmasters but that no rule bad been made to continue them in office indefinitely Ho further said that reasoning by analogy thero would not bo anything im proper in keeping fourth postmasters in office four years whora they had made good officers OB this rule was adopted in the other departments Mr BUsell said ha had in ado this The NEWS reporter him if still reasoning by analogy the other departments turned out who had held four years this would not make tho turn out fourth class uL Lliu uf fuut yuan Hu WUH uot prepared to reason this far but laughed and said that tho poo ton as tor who could draw ries ought to be able to draw in forenoon Tho left on tho naiad of body here is that tho effect of Mr declaration is that fourth class postmasters will bo at the end of four years service but it requires only proof of can or inattention to business to a fourth class post mas tor at any titno This is openly stated about tho ments APPOINTMENTS At tho department of justice Texas seems almost forgotten Tho NEWS reporter called there to-day and it was said nothing whatever waa being done in tho matter of Texas None of tho marshals or dis- attorneys have yet served four years The time of Eugene Marshall district ney of tho Northern district expires on June 18 1894 Knight succeeded General as marshal of tho Northern district on 37 1890 Knight was succeeded by another marshal but Knight's titno will bo charged up against the present incumbent in all probability district attorney of tha East Texas district appointed iu 1892 The time of Marshal of that district will expire February 6 next Tho time of Pis Attorney Evans of tho ern district will on January 27 next It is highly probable that bo done at present toward getting a democrat in the office of tho collector of internal revenue of the Third district Tho time of tho present incumbent Joseph N will not till July 20 AB the appointment of the col- lector of tho Fourth district was givon to Mr Mills it is certain that Senator Coke will havo appointment of tho collector for tho Third district In the internal department hero this is tho view Southern Appointed WASHINGTON Juno appointed by the president to-day the following are in tho John M Davis at vice Q W resigned W B Copeland at Birmingham Ala vico H L Houston removed James M Davis at Cordell Go vice M G Hall removed Jacob D Allen at Bentor Miss vice 0 D Austin resigned 9 W at Tipton Mo vice J H Tho Juno Tho official report of the trial board which tho sovero tests of tho coast defense vessel Monterey has been received at the navy department It Bays that tho performance in every way factory established Gago county Postmasters commissioned Thomas L Whito Robert S Laura Lyons t Wm M Bumpass Work Quietly Resumed CHICAGO Juno Tinder tho tion of the militia work on tho drainage canal thoro was riot and bloodshed last quietly resumed to-day Only about thirty of tho workmen put in An however tho majority lo foar nt tho hands of tho striking at May Be Bent NRW Juno Twelve who yesterday on Ellin inland from tho of tho fit on in or Schiedam hive and may bo back by the that brought Item vera to bo suffering from Fa TUB a sumo which the examining physicians supposed to bo contagious THE Presbyterian tho Md Juno D B pastor of tho Presbyterian church in a prelude to his morning sermon yesterday said of tho action of the ridn general assembly in suspending Rev Dr Briggs for alleged To my mind tho conviction of Dr Brigga is a conviction of hundreds of the ablest and best Presbyterians in the church at larga It the leading of Now York Albany Cleveland Cincinnati and Chicago aa heretics and unworthy of a place in tho church to which they have dedicated lives It did he suid that men were called upon to lay down their commissions and leave the church the Presbyterian church afraid of Why she bo in such haste to a minister who stands the peer of any member of tha assembly in point of scholarship and investigation? Truth may bo outvoted but it may bo dono at a tremendous coat Throo years or loss tho general assembly of tha Presbyterian church will take back into her fold the man wham she has ten days ago branded as a A of Justice WILMINGTON Del Juno A N ot tho West Presbyterian church dis- cussed the Briggs question last night Ho la my estimation I havo a greater travesty of justice A moro absurd verdict was never rendered and the mnn who believes it right or fair or just though he undoubtedly may be a good man is bound at somo day in the future to edge them struck with a panic created by tators who woro jealous uf tho now school of or that he was a fooL A SHOCKING An Insane Mother Drowns Her Two dren and Herself Juno A most shocking occurrence took place yesterday throe south of Fultonham Clara Weaver aged 24 drowned hor two children agod t years and eix months respectively und herself in the shallow of Buckeye Mrs Weaver left a letter addressed to hor husband in which sho statos that she had of to a tried to herself tu tho terrible deed sho was about to commit but that hor hoart had always failed hur that sho had finally mndo up hor mind that tt nut bo she said that she was gomu to tho crook praying God to hor and hor t no little liuga Tho woman was undoubtedly from temporary insanity TYPOS IK SESSION Mooting of the International ical Union at Ohio aero CHICAGO III June Tho forty-first an- contention of tho International graphical began to-day Fully delegates woro present President tho mooting to order Mayor Harridon made an address of welcome A was adopted providing for n committee of to accompany to York thn remains of delegate Henry Gam bio accidentally drowned yesterday Tho convention vent in- to this and took up tho report of tho on tho borne at Colorado Springs Col A Suitor's Deed 111 Juno 12 Miss Sue Wobb was fatally wounded to-day by George Nixon a yuung farmer ten miles oast of hero He was tier suitor and she repelled his advances attacked hor with a razor and nearly bsr jugular vein Miss fought desperately and rescue re came but too late Young Nixon is now in Miners Will Strike Rica HILL Mo Juno G B Fenna vico president and P M secretary of tho National mine workers association not with the miners of this district last night Tho minors resolved to strike in tho of a failure to settle tho Kansas strike Penna and loft for Kan Killed s felling Troe BURLINGTON la June 12 While Rov and Mrs Wm Saltor of this city woro driving inder a tree being chopped down it oil crushing Mrs Saltor to death and ing back He will die All Crops Destroyed Mer Juno 12 A moat disastrous is reported from About hirty persons woro injured but no fatalities are reported Tho storm destroyed all the crops VELASCO Tex June and last night considerable rain fell throughout tho western part of Brazoria and eastern jorda counties making some of tho newly roada hard to travel Generally over ho county the season continues satisfactory o farmers who havo commanded sufficient labor to keep crops clean CUERO Tox Juno local showers ontinue throughout this section This nff at 4 o'clock thero was a regular jurat and for ten water fell in almost solid maas These rains having now kept up for throo are becoming what in the way of tho md wonna a chance BRYAN Tex Juno light shower of rain foil hero yesterday continuing or about an hour This evening a light id falling with evidence of a hardor rain to follow Corn and cotton though not Buffering will bo greatly benefited by thoso showers and at present evidences of a good crop are us Tex Juno heavy rains throughout Boo fcr pant week give tho touches to a heavy corn crop ami are seasonable for cotton in pastures Is luxuriant and thoso in the iay business are preparing to commence mowing Tex Juno H gouti shower of rain horo evening which wiis accompanied by a very heavy wind A ow shade trees woro blown down but no serious damage was done Tox Juno weather uncompromisingly dry and tho corn mi flora accordingly but and grant are doing splendidly Juno boon all this month along tho lino of Knet and tho creeks have boon on a con- boom Tox Juno in iral including com cotton nnd oats arc bo- ow tho average though not badly so Tnx Juno county is nice which the farmers KM n good crop in JUDO light rain fell lero nut particularly but not objectionably Sf 60 PER We Spring 1890 Pino tar vM wo will wU I o b cart m lu lute to at Win B KING CO Wholesale Agouti for A B C Door for Paris Exposition Boor A gouts for Tho Owl ABOUT THE WORLD'S FAIR THE CHIEF OF THE IN CHICAGO Ex-President Harrison Is Also Thera and an otor General Davis Talks CHICAGO III Juno Fitzroy Donald MacLean bart hereditary chief of tho Lean clan arrived in Chicago to bo present at the world's fair gathering of tho clan Ho was accompanied by Archibald John McLean chieftain of who has como with tho baronet from Scotland and Donald Loan and George H McLean of New York city At the depot a big delegation of local end outside mem bora of the clan woro in waiting for tho and with them were throe pipers of tho Forty-eighth from Toronto who struck up a wild melody as thd long string of cars pulled into the depot Sir Fitzroy was warmly received by the crowd of and was at ones driven to the Auditorium whore a largo suite of rooms was in readiness for his use and that of tho chieftain of Be- sides moay Chicago there wora others from surrounding places such as ford 111 Wis and still others as far away aa Son Francisco Cal San An- tonio Tex and Toronto Canada This after- noon tho distinguished visitors went to the fair To-morrow a reception will bo given at tho Auditorium Wednesday a coaching party and Thursday night a big banquet will bo held by the clan On the following night there will bo a festival of Scotch song at Central hail This IB the first gathering of any Scottish clan over assembled in tho world outside of Scotland Director Davis on Sunday doling BOSTON Mass Juno General Davis of tho world's fair arrived in the city yesterday In regard to Sunday closing ho said to a As director general elected by tho national commission I am a officer and when wo got tho money from government on tho condition that the fair was to be on Sundays I had nothing to nay about it My duty as a government officer was simply to carry out the law When tho matter into court and I was cited to appear I elated that I was prepared to obey tho law as laid down by any proper ity I think from a financial standpoint if wo wore to return tho to tho and open tho fair on Sunday it would bo against us I was very careful in making an of the and I that thoso who cama on Sundays tho who could not attend any other Harrison Kti INDIANAPOLIS Ind Juno Harrinon lolt lost night for Chicago to bo present at tho dedication of tho Indiana building on Thursday Ho will spend n fow days visiting tho Fights at tho fair thn Im in In make an address During hto stay iu cago ho will bo thi guest of President mur Tho trip made over tho Big and upon reaching Chicago tho president und his daughter Mrs accompanies him will goto The Reception 111 Juno rison was a visitor tt the fair to-day Ho was tho guest of President Palmer of tho national commission und was takon for a drive through the winding ways of tho whito city nnd shown tho beautiful Shortly after noon Palmer brought the distinguished guest to titti ho down to an elaborate luncheon The visit was entirely informal When tho dent arrived at tho administration building there wero several hundred people Uio uf eating lunches Word was quickly passed around that ex-President Harrison had como and in an instant thero was a rush to see him As Harrison entered tho rotunda there was a vigorous clapping of and waving of handkerchief a The resident edged iho compliment by removing his hat and bowing Tho Breakfasted CHICAGO 111 Juno infanta dined to-day at 12.80 o'clock in tho White inn at tho world's fair breakfast was ar- ranged for yesterday and early this Manager Seery of tho inn had a full force at work decorating the building and putting everything in readiness for the infanta s visit Tho inn which Charles Dickons has written GO much about in the Pickwick papers waa cleaned to a nicety from top to bottom Tho main court was bordered with a fringe of natural dowers and to tho wick club rooms wero tho stars and stripes tho yellow and red Covers were laid sixteen persons thn in party Tlie table decorations were modest but tho heavy furnishings of tha club room gave it an air At the conclusion of the breakfast Eulalio and suite wont out for another sightseeing Dr unmm BITTERS Celebrated and guaranteed for its medicinal qualities Silver Water Pitcher with of Pix with throo cases Write for circular ami counts ULLMANN LEWIS Co PLANT IT ON LIPS way u arm around hor walit her on hor pink too And pi tot it on lips I W II IN Now to noil Py all means ADVERTISE IT WELL For rending nil Tha nda go Into Tm Thon K sense Tin nr more than IMH And you'll it 1 taiak
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