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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - November 20, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                SOVEMBEB QTIEWSY 1MJI1SIQ9 OP OUR NEIGHBORS AT HOMB AND taut I fflobo M oVteek sssRfnf four Mixed with the water was thirtytwo drops In his Sued takes the elixir censtantly as he Is beftRctas to strain on claims the eHxlr ian to trade the stomach 1ianel said as he lay In He WM not In rigorous how as be fftit no desire to indofge In hit sword Over people visit Sued every and he says that the excitement of seeing visitors Is better than AQA1N8T In Itarlaaa faTttt HU Im opinion In England Is hourly more and more adverse to Par Ms retirement from the leadership of tho Irish party being called for by Qladgtonlan as well as Unionist tlafnell himself is disposed to stand fent he does not appear to see the fen does not rest with He cannot ffebtagalnst the rlaicale and opprobri iarnof tiur iong conrar of deception Jiractlcpd in Fox flying down the fire protesting his of fers too many marks for the shafts of The Conservatives are not all anxious for htm to believing fce would be far less dangerous In his torWnt damaitnd condition than a new leader like Nobody In London to take np the cry of the Chi cago priest that QShca was bribed by tine British Government to bring sulk SChat Involves the bribery of Parnell to the judgment to go against him by It Is not true that Parnell any of his friends the real facts of tbo Bo led them to believe he had a complete answer to the If he attempts to go on as if nothing had his own party will be terribly A leading Gladstonlan re marked Parnell munt go or we are The whole affair could be oaed with crushing effect against us at general Gladstone will not go on with inch an These views are shared by all the foremost men in Gladstonlan though they wish to keop silence on the subject as long as SOLDIERS TO Scat to tha Betni of the Threatened Ooxwna have been issued to companies and D of the Second Infantry ct to prepare for marching Into iho Indian country at while the other four companies were notified to be ready to move on short Tho lurching column will bo In command of Troops at Fort McKlnney Jure been ordered ont also and left for with Guy Henry IB The march is about 125 The troops at Forts NIobrara and which are not far from tho aro also called Private advices from Val entine give a different origin than tho messiah craze to tho Indian Since August the Indians of Rosebud have beon claiming that the agent was not giving them a square deal on Government has been Informed that un less the Indians are kept out of Mandan there wfll be Tho date will bo fixed by a committee of after which any Indians found there without passes Issued by tho Indian Agent will thoroughly and unless tho Gov does something conservative people will bo unable to hold back thoso who have been burned out by flroa by tbo SATURDAY THEIR Seventh Day Adventlsu Hava an Interesting in KINO of Oblon Tennes who week made application for a of habeas corpus before Judge Hammond of the Federal has been released from confinement King li a citizen of living near Union and is a member of the society known as the Seventh Day He la a farmer by and was arrested on a charge of violating tho Sabbath day by plowing In his field one He was tried in tho Circuit Court and From the decision King appealed to the State Supreme This court sustained the decision of the lower court and King was sent to jalL II U attorney then applied for a writ of habeas corpus and was granted by Judge Hammond as above The writ Is returnable on the fourth Monday In at which time the case will be given a hearing at Jackson by Judge This is a case of national Interest and and tho decision of the court will be awaited with Interest by the religious sect of which King Is a member all over the United Don Dlck lason has been retained as counsel by the order of the General Society of Ad ventlBU of the United It is a Bumeroufl body and embraces over Tho Society of Seventh Day Advcutlsts do not recognize the Chrls tian but observe Saturday as a day of and Insist upon working or seeking amusement as they may seo fit upon the Christian Had to 8 or THE Father Grimes wus called to polko headquarters at tolUten to the story of young woman claiming to be the wife of a prisoner who has given tho police of that city no little The charge against him was the theft of two Hhe says that hla name is Alphonso Berryman and that he stole tho coats to keep her from He was sent to prison for one Shot by a Discarded MAX of was shot fatally wounded in that city by a discarded JhraaeU FIUJS of has Issued Boique Thanksgiving in which be virtually asks the people to fibre thanks for the recent Democratic Ho said there an additional for the people of Missouri render tag thaniu lor eoatlnued boon of government and its perpetuity for Georgia elected Qordoa to the United of pjew felt bet of f wt than ourtji of Sto fitoj was WSSTERH Hoarmcs the old man who arrested at as an ac complice in the brutal mnrder of his daughter has made a He says the crime was committed by his Bee about midnight Sun day Hesaya Bee had been quar reling with his and that at the time mentioned he seized a club and be gan beating with He claims that he attempted to prevent his son from murdering his but being old and feeble he was unable to do the is over 70 years of Bee Eubanks Is a man of of bad reputa tion and dangerous when JACOB a drank a pint of whliky tin awsgef at and dropped dead a few minutes THB specter of the Farmers Alliance overshadows all other political consider ations at Clever politi cians estimate the vote polled by that organization in the recent election at not less than The Alliance people themselves are not saying any thing that can bo construed as an Indl cation of their future The expectation Is that their party will In crease so rapidly during the next two years that their voting strength In 1803 will not fall If short of five In that event they will un doubtedly place a Presidential ticket In the field with a moral certainty of car rying half a dozen Southern and West ern THB latest news from the great Sioux Reservation is of an alarming A friendly Indian just arrived In Man says that the Indians are mo mentarily becoming more and more urged on by wily medicine and that they propose to attack Fort Abraham knowing that It is defended by only fifty Hav ing captured they next propose to make a descent upon Mandan In tho sack and burn tbo and put tho Inhab itants to Tho greatest alarm prevails among tho people there In con sequence of this report It is reported that the Indian police at Standing Bock Agency have torn off their badges and These Indian police had beon counted on to assist In quieting their ox cited brethren In the camps should they decide to go on tho Numbers of settlers from all directions have moved Into Mandan for fear of the In Roving bands that are trav eling through tho country say tho war of tho messiah will begin then every white man will bo A party of Sioux have come telling he people on tho way that they would soon bo back with tho army of the and wpuld capture Fort Lincoln with jruns and ammunition and then move on to scalp all tho white and burn tho The people are alarmed ns thoy never were Not a manIs to bo found who does not regard the situation ax most seri The Indians traveling through tho country are wonderfully sullen and and all arc armed with the beat Winchesterrlflcaand any amount of A committee was appointed to go out into the remote settlements and bring tho women and children to The Slan dan Court House will bo turned Into an arsenal and the people will wove up Tho troops at Fort Yatcs and Fort Lincoln have beon ordered to bo In readiness for marching orders at a mo ments There Is much uneasi ness among tho sutlers WCHI of tho Mis souri and many families have moved up to Mondau and across tiio Old frontiersmen how that a general uprising tills iuto in the fall Is not THB NATIONAL A LOJJO dispatch from Washington rn deavors to show that tho dependent pen sion bill was Intended to beuoOt the pen sion attorneys rather than tho old In the article those ttutcinonts occur tinder the Dependent Pension passed June claims have ulruudy America ponrinR In on and the other wedl IcsS inen who are known to be engaged In treating by the new Many including a nntnbsr of BugItih and American have been rtndylegtne process nndcr Levy tn the wards of a pri vate since eight prominent cures of consumptives have been In Levy every jnom shows patients to the visiting and Illustrates the peculiar features of the new method as visible in Individual Addressing a group of physicians In private Levy saM The remedy not only attacks particular places and groups of but rapidly annihilates all tnberculoBls with which bodies are We now know that the curative matter acts equally apon all The first care Is to free the organism from bac cillL To attain this end we apply mas sage at an early stage of the treatment to the affected by tuberculosis in order toforce the bacilli which have encased themselves In cysts Into the blood where can more easily reach them than when they are In those parts where the circulation has little THE great house of Baring of largest banking house In the whose staljllUy has been considered second only to tHatof the Bank of England has narrowly escaped The impending failure of this great vaguely had un settled the money markets of the world for a and when the announcement came that the Barings had been obliged to seek tho assistance of the Bank of England to keep them from a panto set In In the financial centers both of Eu rope and In New York stocks of every kind went plunging down to the lowest level reached for a long and on tho Chicago Board of Trade wheat and all other speculative products took a dive toward the What had really happened to tho great house of Baring a houne that had withstood tho financial storms of a cen was this For the last five or six years tho Barings have been Investing heavily in tho securities of the Argentine The revolution in that conn try last summer naturally caused a great shrinkage In the value of Its So heavily loaded was the groat Lon don honso with their bonds that when It became necessary to raise ready money It was impossible to do A failure must have occurred had not the Bank of England and several private banks lu London come to the rescue with a guarantee fund of to pre vent the threatened The failure of the Barings would have precipitated a panic in Europe and America suchas has not been known for many Tho total liabilities of tho firm are esti mated at while the at present arc valued at A nunnioANic at No stopped work In tho Dromalano spinning making At Kllkcol a pier In course of erection was J Two FRENCH Daneily and who wore making a goo graphical tour around Lake aro re ported to have been Kiso HUMBERTS railway which cost was greatly damaged in Its trial trip by an explosion of ONE OP THB CfiCmm WUROSft PRS MAKES A FRESH AND CONSUL In a report on the woolgrowing Industry of New soys that tho number of sheep exported last year with and without wool amount ed to at wool export for 1880 was valued at while tho shipments for 1889 were pounds during the yoor of The value of Imports from tho United States during 3879 was an Increase over the preceding year of The value of exports to tho Unltod Ktatos during tho tamo period was AT the meetingof Southern cotton goods in session at Char It has beon determined to orra a combination for tho enhancement of tho price of cotton weekly review of trade Thoio who hove long expected severe re action on tho stock market have now soon tho average of prices thrown back to a lower point than has been touched at any other tlmo for more than four It remains fact that tbo legitimate business tbo Is tho largest ever not much Inflated or endangered by andso far complaints In regard to collections have been much fewer than beeu The total annual expenditure The chock now sustained may not whichthese exclusive of all other will cauco In at the lowest possible eat Iran to By tho end of uiiotliur fiscal year the total number of claims filed under the same aot will probably amount to The total annual expenditure which these exclusive of all other will came Is estimated ut Of these claims 00 per uro Hied through At tlio ruto allowed by 110 for each tho fuox nf the attorneys under this iut alone will amount to Uy tliu end ut uri otber fiscal year tho new uct and tha operu tlop of the old acts trill liava Increased our Improbably produce some shrinkage in transactions aud diminution of but the Industrial and commercial condi tions have been go favorable that speculative dlstcrbances are the less likely to affect general business Reports from other cities show that at most points the events In Wall street have little or no effect as yet At Chicago money Is active ut 7 per but country banks are Bending in funds fur Eastern disturbances are little felt grain and cured incuts equal last years a slight loss Is soon iu dresMid and and a heavy loss In but a liberal gain In pension expenditures to wool und trade In dry a There are now pending In and sboes ls much wlthsat the Pension Huroau claims ot nil I 1 factory collect dm No other Western With the clerlcul force ut the bu Point shows disturbance In though reuus disposition It If possible to Dispose i money U generally about cases a In other the cases aro plllni through Dm nporu tlon of tha new twice us fast us tliey can be i POLITICAL THE late Demo cratic candidate for Congress in tlio Twentieth Illinois will contest Smiths right to tho Ho claims to j have proof that several hundred votes cast for Urn UnionLuborrau were counted for the Democratic candidate Congress In thoEighth Iowa who was defeated by by 117 states that he will contest Flicks THE Paul Eye names Mcrrlam for Vice Presidenton the ticket with Blaine In bcause Minnesotas Governor Is the only Kepubllcau from a leading State who survived tho ava lanche of A canvass of the New Ilumpr ehiro State returns that Hiram receives Cbarlos giving Tuttlo A plurality of Ko returns from Went worth were but will not change the result tou votes either A majority rv HAliKET to ju n CuBiistFull per otnmuu to CO 3 eg 1 While M S lied aoo Hi HHXKI i lied ft a m ss tft tv tf CATOJt Hour 2 9VW9 VtVUVi lUOJUrllJT quired to ao the Legislature will to bo the final arbiter in the niatr j a The fckinate will etaud fourteen and ten FQREKJN KOCHS great discovery a cure for conjoin ptlou Is aitrauting groat attention la tUe medical world His uwthod to Inoculate the patiaut with iympby the prayamton of which Is his si Good to Viima o M wmui Comnma la Ptlmo to jfj 0 M J7J4 0 holds eujireaiti isteres lu 01401 Tftu ZNwtar to Cart ton but Claims DM JMM Know Oontn WM to The cabal of Cronln contplrators has been Patrick tovaof liberty stronger than bis allegiance to the IrUJ He has made ft statemen of his connection with the murder of Dr and by so doing has thrown light In dark He is de fiant and He Is serving i life sentence In the urlson Hi says that he Is gnllty of nothing more than aiding In a conspiracy to Identify an alleged British spy and to secure some OSnlllvan now realize that the securing of papers was not thi chief purpose of the conspiracy and tha Cronln was not a A few days ago an Intimate friend called upon the iceman and was furnish ed with the facts which are the cause of OSulllvans great confidence that he will be given his The story was told with ever y Indication of sincerity and may be accepted as the first break in the oathbound compact OSulllvan says that he never was In Tolved In any conspiracy to murder Cro Ho was a member of the National and It was common talk among tho members that Cronln a British spy and an enemy to the He believed tho statements made to and as an friend ol the Irish cause ho came to look upon Cronln as a traitor to the peo ple of his native He told that Cronln could be Identified as a British If and thai upon his person conld be found papers which would not only prove him to bo an enemy of tho Irish Nationalists but unless might bo used as evidence against prominent Drawn on by tho enthusiasm of his oath bound OSulllvan says that ho entered Into tho conspiracy with Daniel Martin Patrick and others whoso names ho will give at tho proper Danlol Cough lln bad absolute chanro of tho matter and tho others acted under his Instruc OSulllvan does not tell who was next In authority above Tho Ice man says that ho was not acquainted with tho inner workings of tho Ho was tho It was he who was assigned to look after the secur ing of the Carlson cottage ho was sent to make a cdntract with Cronln to furnish medical services for his 0Sulll vans employes attho rate of 950 a year ho was the ono who was to send a card to Cronlns house In order to Inveigle tho victim Into the ambush of tho mur derers ho was tho man forced ont Into the open while the others remained un dor cover and perfected their plans of assassination unknown to says that up to the very hour of tho murder ho was In Ignorance of tho real motive of tho preparations which tho conspirators had been careful ly making for sovontytwo Ho knew that the Carlson cottago had been rented and furnished by Martin and he also know of tho other arrange ments for loading Cronln into tho But Coughlln ropeatodly assured him that tho Intention was to got posses sion of Cronln and examine him for docu ments which woro valuable to tho Irish cause and which would prove tho treach ery of tho man who professed to bo a friend of i QlSulHyan JwaiLftt iho night of JJay but hd was not In tho front room when tho fatal blow was Tho mysterious driver of tho whlto horse had been sent to Cronlns resi carrying ono of OSulllvans busi ness Tha Iceman either doos not or refuses to give the name of tho Tho remainder of tho narrative can bo put lu OSulllvans own words as he has told it within the last few days There were three of us In tho front room of tho cottago at 8 oclock that said They were Martin Patrick Coonoy and my Wewerewaltlng to see whether our plan was I was feeling pretty for I did not like tho way Bourk and Coonoy I did not see any and I will always say that I did not go there that night to commit Whentho buggy bringing Cronln drove up the street toward the cottage I weakened and began to realize that there might be struggle so I wont out through tho back room ana down the rear I stood back of the house trembling with horror as I heard tho sounds of the struggle frota OSulllvans story In regard to being in the back yard at the time of the killing is corroborated by the testimony of Carlson and of the Gorman washer who saw Cronln enter the Both of them testified at the trial that some one was standing at the rear of tho house at tho time of the mur ic continuing his story OSulllvan says that after remaining outside of tho house for undecided what to he wont In and found Crouln ap parently on the floor of the front The walls of the room wore spat tered with blood and thoro was a pool of blood onthe Dan Coughlln wag in the Ho had been waiting up the street and had come In at the front door Jtwt after Bourk and the hod completed their bloody As OSulllvan came in the back way Coughlln walked up to the body of Cronln lying on tho floor and began klck dead man in the OSulllvan caughi hojd of him and told him to Coughlln paid no attention to the and continued stamping upon the head of the lifeless Then OSulllvan drew a revolver aud said Yon scoun you have killed this and now you are kicking his dead If you dont Ill shoot Coughlln ran out of the room at the point of OSulllvans OSulllvan left the bouse and had nothing to do with putting the body Into tho trunk and dis posing of It It was his understanding at tho time that Martin Bourk struck the first which dazed and gtuunec the although it did him from ttruggllug until ho received other death OSulllvan will swear upon the if an op portunity is given him that he did not furnish the weapon with which the mur der was and that if one of hid Icoplcks was used It was without his knowledge The mysterious wound upon the back of Cronlns bead was caused by a kick from Coughllu after the victim Tlio above iu the story told by the Lake View Iceman after nearly a year of penitentiary reflection at It in the story which he wished to tell tho jury when he felt the colls of circumstantial evidence tighten ling about the defendants Inthe I He that he placed all the facts at tho dlgpowl of toe attorneys aud that they told him it would be unwise for him to Hopes of acquittal were Iwjld out to and doubting and he kept Quiet under If he had peon plwxxl on stnd tfee whole ut ue wmspir would been laid CUMJ might Us gone woaW Hit own lift and ty Wt fa iew la hte esShbosmd to M he deceived This jHfoiecuMoa a tbs cotsld hew why OSuillran hod to fntiiscreet In making his contract wlta physician and then Bending hit btistacM card by tho thai famishing the strongest kind of circumstantial evidence tgamtt present If ac cepted as the explanation of his did not obwsrvo ths secrecy to be expected of one who wat planning a murder wntch Was rare to be Investigated When Cro nin had been missing over with whom Cronln had picked np OSuIl I vans card from the mantel and went out to the Lake View Iceman In regard to the physicians It Is claimed by OSullt van that If he had been a part of the conspiracy to murder he would not have been so careless In having his identity revealed to the Conklln family neither wonld he have selected the Carlson cot only s few feet from hii own as a safe pi sen to do the danger ous OSulllvan was careful In his endeavor to keep suspicion away from Cronlns but he did not cover up his and he thinks this fact ought to speak eloquently In hia It Is certain that the States Attorney conld not satisfactorily explain the Icemans boldness In carrying out his part of the deeply laid while the others were so quiet In their OSulllvans verbal confession has been In tho bands of certain wellknown gen tlemen for several Some of them are at least In in the identification and punishment of all who were connected with the great con which had Its they with man whose political and social sta tion was far above that of Bourk and Ono of who Is acquainted with the OSulllvan version of the said last evening At no tlmedld we believe that OSnl IIvan rtas In the room at the time of the He was in the baok yard crouched against the building and cower ing with Ho lost his norve when ho saw the buggy When he saw Coughlln kicking tho lifeless man ho drew his revolver and attempted to aid tho victim of tho Wo believe OSulllvans but when I picked up a morning paper and road that ho was anxious to makna public statement on the witness stand tho news seemed too ood to be I only hope that OSul llvan will speak out and namo the men who used the Iceman andthe others their deluded Vlowars In The organization known M the Kings which includes among its kindly offices those of read ing to the aiok in distrib uting books and singing in hos pital wards and has added a new feature to its work during the aresent summer eaya a in Frank In Now York the daughters have organized a committee on tenements whose duty it is to visit and distribute flowers among tho peo ple who live in atifling far removed from the freshness of 3ome of these ladies have located in the very heart of these districts and from their headquarters send ont daughters of the king every day with which are eagerly welcomed by the poor and unfortunate mes upon whom they ore The flowers are largely received from lhe5vork Jn and tho express companies carry them without cost when ad dressed to the Kings Mar ner 1 Henry A news japer recently accom mnied one of these ladies in her fives some very touching illustrations of the eagerness with which the floral fif ts are In ono ease two old md infirm in TV hi to caps took he flowers with withered hands that and rose and and one of them began to They called ler sister and and blessed ler for her good Ono Irish voman in the same tenement said but they are pretty but see something at which the lings Daughter looked around to see what it could and found the re xnter smiling at the and Inshod when she understood what she had Stop your rotested the its no ut the Ive seen your sweet aee around here and we know onre a good and its yourself nd not the flowers were glad to Another woman called her for one bf the Bisters of Charity and tho other woman on the who had been quarreling in a very high voioe with he first grew bileQt and said Thank miss niy husband will be to see them when he cornea hen she ran off into the baok room ind brought out a flower pot with some preen leaves in There was no flow but the leaves were growing nd she held it up for to They were says the re painfully grateful for the It would interest some people o know how much Sowers are to some ther They could understand if they could see the children fight ng for theroae leaves that fell on the utding of the stairs where the flowers hed BIRGHALLS DEBT EXECUTftO IN TH85 AT Short but Is a hospital at Washington Is pa lent who IB suffering from the effects of atlng raw TUB Statistical Institute of Home an nounces that per cent of all are unable to read and As Atchlson candidate worked so hard that he lost twenty pounds during the and then got THB most abiding results of sunstroke are all referable to Impaired functional energy of the ccrejarosplual BBVOBX the Invention of the telescope ao object upon lee moons surface fifty In diameter could not be i AsprchardUt at has obtained a profit of more than from one acre of apple trees this sum A FAnt of bantam chickens were sold at tho London Crystal Palace for which was almost twice their weight la SOCIETY U dull in Leaven worth be of a lack young and dull In Topeka bocaiisa of a scarcity young A wan ODO of the most wonderfully organised of all and almost the whole bf arranged to facilitate i AsiFflOWTA is a not an ani It Is prepared from the roots of pUint extensively grown in aud pneumatic Hue between York and is now wasSdo an pmre4 It wpecw will tnuMwtrt large packages H TRX UUB A distort Crime WJiloh f Penalty of Mayflerer travail m Ko trntoward tho fWooastwfc Blreball eiplatefl on tho gallows tnenrardorof his friend ftt oclock yesterday His last night on earth until 4 In cowptny of bis The words spoken by BlrchMl were to the Be said Hare yon any ob jections to shaking hands with BIB Cer tainly and thfl last handshake Woodstock SenUnelRtflev publishes the following letter from which had sent to that office with Instruc that It woa not to be printed until after his execution WOODSTOCK If after ray death there shall appear In the press or In any other manner whatRo erer any confession that I had any hand In the mnrder Benwell or nny pre vious knowledge of siild with Intent or nallco or any per sonal connection with iho murder on the 17th of or other or any knowledge that any nuoh murder was llkoly to be or any statement further than any that t may have made public previous to this I hand this statement to the care of George of that be may know that any or partial confessions are entirely fictitious and In no way were over written by neither emanated from me In any way whatsoever to any and the whole are fictitious nnd without a word of This Hkowlso applies to my story In the In which I have made no Such confes sion or partlnl This is to be good Blrchalls body was burled in tho soon after tho was Thus ends tho story of Ulrchalls crime ond STORY OF THE John Reginald Blrchall was born place called In En where his father was the Protestant a llttlo over twentyfive years Ills father was weal and died In leaving his three sons and one daughter well provided Regi as ho was was the youngest and soon got rid of his He was J cated at Harrow and and led a fast life while a In tho pursuit of his an tecedents the found at every step evidence that his almost from the moment ho was trusted about wore of evil In 1888 Blrchall married tho daughter of David General Truffle Manager of the London and Northwestern The young womans family wore opposed to the but she finally eloped with Tho couple went to A peace was patched up between Blrchall nnd his wifes and In tho spring of 1889 couple returned to En gland and lived In Stephcnsons house at Upper Norwood Blrchall secured employment with a firm of pho tographers In In London Illrchull continued to lead a Jast life and he was soon at his wits end for It was during this period that tho schema Which resulted in tbo murder of Bonwoll was Tho first step in tho crime was the Insertion In tho papers of tho following advertisement UNIVERSITY MAN JHAVINd farm wUhoi to meet gentlemans ton to live with him and the builnen with view to partnership must have to extend stock lodging and 6 per interest till purt ceriolp arranged Muuy replies wore received to tho ad but only two of them received attention from Birch alL These wore from Douglas Raymond of Haffron and Frederick Ben son of Lieutenant Colonel of Chelton h a Polly was Inpoor and bad been recommend ed by bis physician to live an outdoor Blrchall wrote to him and to the father and datl his letters from tha Junior Constitution and National Conservative Blrchall made friends with both and Im pressed them with his candor and apparent The story he Invented to entrap his dupes was that be had a large farm a mile and a half from Niagara Fulls on which there was a large brick heated by steanj and lighted by and large barns lighted by Re made It appear that his business was the buying of horses in the rough and grooming them so that they could he Bold at a The feed for the horses was raised on the He also made it appear that ho was interested In business ut and that thcra were a num ber of Englishmen there who were organ ized In a Pelly was captivated by BlrchaUa man ner and delighted with tho prospect held out to He entered into an agreement with Blrchall by which be was to pay him In return ho was to have board and lodging at the farm and receive 32 per of tbo profits of the A chock for IH50 was sent to Having got possession of this money the schemer In duced tho elder lion well to let his son Frederick go with him to sou tho with the understanding that If he liked It he was AFFAIRS IK JtTEMS GATHERED FWOM OUS of Mid CrJmwd print herewith tha complete ftfflclil retutnt of eloRtlon for Statfl offlceiSi omitting tho cast for thA Problbltlon candidates speotlvely for Treastiref srid Snpftrta terident of Public Link received ot nearly many in when Canoil Chili De JDe Ed Efflngham Henderson Jo Datfess La Bone IM Man Book Taw Warren STAfStUIUST 4C09 1789 JHM 1S9 Wt 80i tm 0 33 1896 am Z120 1914 17W 11M rusa VK81 1W8 1310 8203 8179 2175 803S 18C1 IBM 11158 tsn 1085 1619 188 1174 1374 1045 S319 C9I4 ISil BOW 3000 1493 1800 4W 15S7 8SK BOSO 1325 48T8 2408 IMS IBM 1018 8490 078M 1600 1878 8S57 1908 8149 1081 8114 1177 1129 1821 1892 1607 4038 1101 1B30 IBM 1870 S958 647 1000 8370 8183 1912 1514 use 3 II eoes 8848 1217 4076 8418 0580 1614 3768 8487 3837 87M 8438 44S3 8037 1506 8103 sen 0004 1174 1258 749 3026 3006 1115 woo 6910 1531 8053 9689 1460 1801 618 2300 17W 3030 793 83ffl 2003 MM 1723 1020 1911 8800 1008 18H 8640 600 472 958 1484 8037 1690 B460 1463 1040 1772 1949 8005 2488 1188 0809 039 2362 1601 ma 8031 4897 2303 4054 1668 10S7 7101 1970 HM 80S 6347 8451 471S 1812 8262 2200 S75U 3024 2322 2485 to puy for a half Interest In it On nnd Benvell and 1eily sailed from Liverpool on the Brltan reached New York and registered at tha Metropolitan On the following Saturday they left on the Erie Railroad for It was de cided that Blrcbull aud Benwell should go on the 6 oclock train the next morning to the Falls and prepuro for the reception of Pelly nnd Blrcbull came back the following night He said that Benwell didnt like tho farm or the people nnd that ho refused positively to stuy Blrchall fluid be had given hlui the addresses of people further on In tbo country and started him off to see If he could find a pipes he He told Pelly that he wasnt ready to go to the for bis had rented the place to some tenants and that things were in a had His suggestion that they go on to Nlagaru Falls and wait a few days On bis wife Iojly went to across the Niagara Blver from Suspension Blrcball and Pelly topped at a boarding while BIrclmlj lived at the Im perial A weak was njxmt Felly the time frotllntc at the delay and BlrcbaU calming him with plausible Among other falsehoods he said that ho bad received a letter from Ben well inducing the receipt for llennella bonded luggage and requesting that t be sent him when ho wanted The firat bad break made by Blrcball was on when he showed Pelly u copy of a New York puper eoutalulng un aocount of theduUlng vf Ben wells body lu the tamarack swarap oa Wllliaiu Merseys fiurn in Ont The cigar with the 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