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   Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1900, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               THE NEWS. Twenty-Sixth Year. SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 24, 1900. YougBm.' STILL HIT. HATS THE BEST MADE. NEW SPRING SHAPES Now Ready AH the New and Correct Shapes .and Colors in Spring Hats now open a.id ready for your in- spection. 1SOKKS ARE GAINING ARE. HOLDING FAUBRSMITU AGAINST TUB BRITISH. FORCES MAY JOIN. COMMANDANT OLIVIER WIM, AT- TEMPT TO JOIN COMMANDEK VANJJERPOST'S FORCES. WORDFROMROBERTS SAYS THERE IS NO SPMJ1AL NEWS TO IHE SOUTH SETTLING DOWN. Arcade Dental Parlors, BURKET BAKER. i finest and beet equipped office in the having all the very latest improved for painless dentintry. SUFFER PAIN AND PAY LARGE PRICES 7 .When we can save money and pain, ud guarantee satisfaction. Honest, Reliable Dentistry! Prices are in reach of all 22K Gold Orown, only 95.00. Full aet of teeth, only 90.00. Bridge work, only Gold Filling, 91.00 up, and all other work at reduced prices. Teeth Extracted Without Pain A SPECIALTY. By our late scientific -method. Gas or air given if desired. Special this week- No charge for puiulesa extracting il plates are ordered. We guarantee fit and keep work in repair. Our long Ince bos taught us perfection in painless dentistry. We invite inspection of our work and give estimates free. ARCADE DENTAL PARLORS. to 8 p. m. Sundays, 9'to 4 f. m, Thone 627. Ground floor, room T. Lady attendant. LOM30.N, .Mareli from the front is meager. The Buers are evidently Lathering coinage. A dispatch from Springfontem says that Comnmizdaufc Vandcrpost, with'500 Free Staters, are holding. Kauersinith against a superior of .British, and has told the Brit- sh commander he would resist to the death. Commandant Olivier, who is ng pursued through the southern Free Stale, may join Commandant VunderpOHt. HRPOUT -FKOM KQBERTS. Uoberls reports from Bluem- ontein, under date of yesterday: "There is no special news. The coun- try, south generally settling down. -Many arms have beeen delivered and the people are selling tneir supplies. The movements of troopa 1n the western dis- tricts is attended with good results." GliNEKAL WOODtiATF, Dh'AJJ. LONDON, Jlurch was ollicially announced to-day: that Genera! Woodgate, who was dangerously wounded at Wp Kop, diud of his wounds at Moo liivnr, on Mareh 3. PljUAllSH'S JFOKC'K IN DAKGJfiU. LONDON, .March dispatch Hie Daily Kews from Limrcnzo iiarqnei-., dated Friday, "It is reported here from Pretoria Unit Commandant Eloll' in isolating Colonel riuiner's forces near Uaberoncs." JOUJ1BRT IN COMMAND. A dispatch from BloemfoiiLcin saya: "A letter from Mr. Ponlteney, an prc-ter in the J-'ree Stale courts, has been by bin wife here in which, luu tinutbiiB from tlm sublime porte Lo return tho cmulema forlliwitli. The German gov- ernment lias declined lo solicit the indi- viduals cither directly or indirectly and has udviflcd the sultan's olliciala to ad- vertise in the newspapers. The affair in mi enigma, as Genflany and Turkey aro supposed to be on good teruia. DUKE OP ORLEANS INJURED. The Duke of Orleans, who !B on a llunt- ing expedition in Spain, according to a story reaching tho London club's to-day from Madrid, recently had tin exciting experience while bour hunting. The ani- mal charged, threw him. injuring his leg, but the duke fought until he had killed tin; beast. ANARCHISTS KILL A TRAITOR. March rabid so- cialistic paper, Robotriik. published in "Russian Poland, Las long caused the au- thorities much anxiety owing to llieir being unable to discover the place of publication. They finally located it in confiscated the paper, arrested, seven persons and took tfiom to Warsaw. Meanwhile another issue of the Robolnik apncarcd, which contained tho name of the workman wlio betrayed the secret to the odicials, Yustcrdaj' the workmnii was found assassinated in the street in Warsaw. The police believe they have to -fo with a large baud of anarchists; and socialists. ON ONE LIMB MOI! AT EMPORIA, VA., 1IANC! U MURDERERS LATE T1I1H AFTERNOON. TROOPS WITHDRAWN CITIZENS HAD PROMISED TO PRO TEW THE- WAS NOTED OUTLAW. THREE FIREMEN DEAD writer coinnii .ndin that (.Jcncrnl Joubcrl the. combined forced Are our best customers, who insist on having the best, first, last and all the time. This enables us'to carry one of the most complete line of 31OVES, in the city ASH, No. 16 E. Columbia St For To-fflorrof's Sale! 23 CENTS. 1 Jot of Bond Writing Paper in boxes, 24 sheets and 24 envelopes. tJlad.itono cut, nine and Whito At 23 Cents; Per Box. LEHMAN BOOK NEWS 23-lm 81 Calhoun St. STRIKE MAY SPREAD. Machinists' Helpers May be Drawn In- to the Fight. Maivli 'J-l.-lIp lo uomi to-day thirteen Minnll jOiopn had granted HIP niiirhini-is' The maehin. helpers will be dniwn irtlo fhe light llondny prnhahly. They wiu. decide to- II. 1'arkH While, of Wnri Ihfl city mid umy locale in Vorl Wayne, Kroonstad, where there is plenty ol men, gnn.s and foodstnlls for a determiiipd re- sistance." KOBEKTS AJ. BLOKMFONTEIN. Lord lloberts' main army continues waiting at Bloemfontein. The interest in the fate of Mafcking tins intensified with Colonel Plumer'.s forced retirement to Crocodile Pools, where he was two mouths ago. Relief from the north now dwindles to improbability. Lord Mcllmen is Hkirmisliiiig with the liners at Warrcnton, miles away. Al- though seemingly in force sullicicnt to do much us lie likes, ho has not ad- vanced these five days. It is hoped that his military administration has a pleas- ant surprise in preparation for the Brit- ishers by raising the siege, with a strong column of cavalry and artillery dctouring to Mafcking while Commandant Snyman drawn oil' to engage Colonel J'lumer. FRENCH REPORTED Ounural French's cavalry and mounted infantry, according to a rumor, are fight- ing somewhere cast of Bloemfonlein. This suggests morn Boer bad news, as- Commandant Oliver's commando, with wagons, is reported on the Basulo- Iund frontier toiling northward toward Kvonnstjid vin fiaclybiTind. This enor- mous wagon train is supposed l.o be mov- ing twenty-five miles n day. (ipiientl cavalry posU si retch from Blocmfonlcin eastward to the mountains. BULLISH AND ROBERTS TO UNITE. General Bnller has not yet moved in Xatal. The eight division will go direct to Bloemfnnlcin. Lord effective force disputable at the fronl ten days hence will be, it is estimated. men, with the easy possibility of moving oasl- waid, forcing the Hyurs to evacuate Uic with (.tcneral Duller before, eoniinuiiig the march to Pretoria. The Delugoa Hay railway arbitration award is editorially considered in the lorning papers. The approaching declar- ation nf the (hidings nf the arbitrators is welcomed as coming at an appropriate moment nnd as bringing tin1 ncqiiisition of Dclagoa bay appreciably nearer. PLUMER'S REPORT OF DEFEAT. The wur ollicc has issued the following: From the general at Cape Town to the eeretary of war: "Cape Town. March 2.'f.--Tlie fullow.ing telegram has arrived from XiithuUoi: Biilnwayn, March 10: following is from I'lumer: Lc ttsi, Mareli Boers advancci From the south jn ronsiderable force tins morning. They first advanced fvoi (.code's siding. After a nlmrp little en- gagomcnt Lieutenant Colonel liodtc'n ad- vnneed potit was to retreat. The rctircinenl was execllenfly earned out to our main position. The casuallies includ- ed .Chapman and a corporal and -two missing, probably pris- oners. Five troupers were wounded. Chapman's Imrsn fell with him rloso to tin1 enemy, immediately surrounded him. Tin! I'.xnct Hner casualties are un- known, but severnl wove shot. ;i( short range, In llni afternoon the liners vauijcd further north and shelled niir po- sition from a ridge mi onr left. Our twelve and nne-half-ponndcr replied.'the THREE MEN KILLED. EXPLOSION OF A SAUVJULL .SIX I'KOM MUNCJR. 1'OUIi UTIfKHK AUK JNJUREa. ONE FORM A TUU-ST IN'JIIAKA .V15WS. MUNCH'; Ind., March 24. -The saw- mill of James Nielaun, six miles smitli- ivest uf Muneie.. was wrecked by (lie ex- plosion of its boiler at 5 o'clock yosler- afternoon. Three men were killed, one is not expected to live and three others were injured. The lisl follows: The THOMAS .SULLIVAN, a fanner. CLIFFOUn VAN UUSKIRK. broihor of the engineer. MARION" CAKUY, Expected to ALOXZO VAN. HUSKIKK, engineer. Others JAMES DRAGSTRIM. JAMES M'CIIKAKY. WILL GREBN. The feed pumj) fur l.hi; boiler UNOWNED IN A NEW YUHK KACTORY FIRE THE OTMKR ACCIDENTS" KMPOH1A, Viu, March 24. -The nrrivi of the Richmond militia during night alone prevented the lyncl ing of the murderers of 'fc'quir John Siuimh-ni anil Constable The militia still guards the juil to-da; A mul> 700 strong entered Kmporia at o'clock this morning- and demanded til prisoners. Major Cutehings mii.iied 111 lenders of llle mob that IK- would tihoot t kill ami "protect Hie prisoners to tti (loath. Tliis had the elfeet of dampei ing the spirit of the u-nu Id-lie lyneherh and fhe mob withdrew. A f i- mob j while :i lull head of i was on, and this unused the explosion, i he engineer and .proprietor had just discovered the trouble, and Nickum bud gtpuc to the 1) I nek smith shop'io have the necessary ie- paira.tnade.- This -flaved his life, but the building in which be fl'as- yds burled in uebris. -The engineer was the only man in the mill, the others being engaged at two >ns in the yurd. The four horses were knocked down and two of them were stripped, of ban less, but none was injur- ed. The boiler split in three pieces which went in as many directions, fulling 100 to .100 yards distant. One piece knocked i chimney on Dunn's bouse across- thu road, the bricks falling nil around his three children, whu ing in the yard. The injured engineer i the hniler room. Paris of his skull were removed last night, and lie lias r somewhat, but the dnelors say I HI not live. The body of his brother WHA ly- ing near him. The head was severed from the body, which was badly mutilated. The body of Mr. Sullivan lay near his wagon, also terribly' ernghcd. Marion Carey was not instantly killed, but died ul 10 o'clock last night. Hud the acci- dent happened :i few minutes later twen- ty or more schuul children would have been playing around the mill. The prop- erly loss is with nn insurance. The locution is a farm belonging lu Prof. Kelt, laic editor of the Indiami School .Inurnal. of Indianapolis. FARMERS IX A TltUHT. KOKOA10, hiil., Mnreh nrlillerv dud continuing until LhMiIcininl. A. .L Tyler bus since died ot wniimK One unlive, was killed.'" CALLS IN HIS MKDAL.S. LONDON, Mareh 2-1.-One of the Daily Mail's eimtiiienfnl correspondents hut IliP Turkish government lias intl- led In the (lennaii foreign oilice 11ml is ulimild IM> given (o nil (lenmuiH unnreil with high orders nnd similar ITS in tiiis part of have caught, the trust, spirit and have gone into :i cinn- luiniliou. This week ten car loads of groceries and general merrhnndisi- were shipped lo the farmers of Howard and ad- joining eountiop. two of the ears being set oil' in the yard bore. More than 2iiu farmers wont at the station with wagons to haul the goods home, some driving Iwenly miles for them. The farmers they save 10 to Ii> per cent, of the prices charged by retailers and gel. better goods., Similar shipments, it. is said, will be made j cry three Tim local incichiuil t> not pleased over flic movement. The farmers are planning In apply the same principle of unily in (lie sale nf Hi products of the farm. This N much more dink-lilt, but ..my believe (lint, a basis ran be agreed nn for flic marketing nf (tie crops nf all to ;i single person or firm. FELL AND imOKK HIS NTCUK. VERXON, Ind.. March iM. -Hiram llnrlburt, about 70 nf age, met, a sudden death ubout n'cloek last, night, at the home nf his .-on-in law, Henry May, by falling nver on bis head and breaking his He hud been ad- cxpci'led to-night, and Mayor Culching ins wired the governor lor troops, which will probably -be sent hero to-day. Cotton, the negro lender of the four alleged murderer! confessed to the killing of Snunders an Wellon, nnd also lo the murdering an> robbing of (.'eorye Blaek here seveni weeks ago. Cotton boasts of ii and say lie would like lo have killed half a more. Cotlon was under sentence Iralh for murder when he and the other from jail. U was in trying to retake them thai Urn olfieers lulled Cotton is this ui'gru who. ivitli n whiU man, killetl -luslice uf the Pean- Hiuni dcrs and Mr. Weltou at Tliurt day. LATER. AValler Cotton WHU taken fium tin; jail ibis aflernoon by a mob and hanged The troops had just been Withdrawn on the citizens' proleef the pris- oners. Twenty later Brandt O'Grady, a. white. mnn3 was hanged on the same limb. AH quiet now. .THREE. FIREMEN DROWNKU. NEW YORK, March Hrcm were cjrowned at an early morning fire in street to- day. TJiey were pumpjag -water from the eellnr after the lire, had been extinguishes when Ihe floor gave way. Tlicii a eide wall fell on them, pinning them itndei the water. Four other firemen went down at the same lime, but were rescued, ser- iously injured.- .The dead are John Grudy Peter Rowers, William Smith. The lo.ss to the factory will ninounl to ONE NINE INJURED. VITTSHURG, -Mareli roof c tbt- tunnel at Whitehall, on the Baltimore Ohio railroad, fell this morning, bury- ing nine men. One was killed fatally injured. They were and their nnmes are unknown. PRICK GAINS HIS POINT. Gets Nearly Stock in Re- organized Caraegie Company. TUENTON. 'Jar- Mfj-ie company was iucoi-pornlcd here thin morning. The capital slock its 1100, of which Andrew Cnnitigie holds and' T-I.'o. ifricfc The rc.s( i? leld by small holders. This agreement hoaK uver all (he tional (iTfTeiY-uces that ilircatcned to dis- rupt the corpora fieri and again brings ogether iit amity the men whose eonimer- genius built itji tin: Carnegie com. inny, with its coiuliiiicd capital and se- curity list uearlv or qniii. credi judged insane, mid prejiaralions to the hnspital in a w days. KAKMKIl KILLIC1) ON 'I UK IIOAD. HVANSVlLhK. Ind.. Mnreh last night the dead Imly of IVIer Wolfe, n farmer, wan found near the eity. lie H suppnsod lo.be a victim of a runaway in1- nideiil. rUANCllIKKFOR XKW KAILWAY. VALl'AHAISO, Tnil.. Mareli Milelu-iier, nf Ihis i-ily. was last night granted n frnnehist! In operale u street ,y Ihroiif-h (hi- city by the city citun- Tin- line In foniied. with MiehiHan 'lily, Chesk-ilim ami Chicngo, and is ilianapiilis mid ensf. I'iftsburg, tlii'relnii'. has the the largest cnrpor.ifinti that -he United State.-; IUIH rver known, in that IB of slock is all subscribed ii Ihe names of men who arc fully able o respond their for this It is stated, loo. unlhorilaUvcly, that MI not one commercial paper lias there ever been signalling representing n. yrealer amount of actual worth in the mercantile world. and the voters are wondering how th will Illl their ballots. The olliccs to lul are eity uaHeH.sor, collector and u board of aldermen. Mr. Stanley, the town clerk, grow fa  ago by rcnch i-apitiilihlii. but was completed between Piraeus and Athens, wilb mis built hoUccn Athens 'I'helu-s. Tlic new syndic-ale will liuisli llicsi- >i-c- s and extend the mid VLI lo and thence In ;i'connccf ion with railway, probably ;if Salon- 'Lhc of Ihis line t almost the entire length of Ureecr 'ails the opening up (if the entire coun- and bringing il for the lirst lime into touch with north and western Euro- result of (lie was also an on :ill minor points of de- "I iind thn execution of :t power of al- toiney signed by all flit incorpomtora, giving a general power of attorney lo Fitzgerald of Massachusetts Offers Res- TO BAR "SAPHO" FROM MAILS. (MENTION TURNS COUNTY J'UHSK STIUNb OVER TO THE 7JJADEHS OF THE RING. GEO. STOUT IS NAME AIKKN IS NOMINATED AND S11IR LEY IS TURNED DOWN WITH A VENGEANCE. BARNETT'S ESCAPE COMES WITHIN ONE VOTE OF FAIL COMMITTEE THE WHOLE THING. II. Bill, llm New V'nrk corporation Inu-ycr who tlio organiza- tion, :uul in whom :ill parlies sofm to liavp so iimcli Unit probably tbn rcjiroscnfntivo under n power of onii'y in an amount exceeding any Sinn bcrnloforo known ho su repre- sented. OFFICES BEG FOR CANDIDATES olution ia the House. Ferguson, Mo., Will Veto April Patriots Can be Enlisted. 2 if directing :rhlili  be Pernvinii minis- MClUiUSON, .Miirch Tliis city is scheduled for nu Hceliou April '2, Im'l. candidalfs have nnw forward for the honor of the viiviniis nilices within the gift of the people, .-iii.l if probaliln I hat municipal affairs will enmc to a sfnmtatitl unless Mtme Incnl pnhints come In flic front. There an; few the various nlliecs, and Incnl talenl seems lo find a field for ils iiM.fnIiu-s in other lines. This unique Hit.uafi.m novel- before confnmlcd 1'ergunon and It now ton lale to iiNikc nomimiliniiv in irgnlnr f-onihl. nf Massn.'huselts. nlleml ycstri in (lie hnioc n resolntioi ihe general In cxch bonk from Ihe mails. A preamble in the resolution says thai an indictment has Iiecii found against prisms in the city of New Vnrk eomnvt- cd with tin- play "Sapho." as being im- moi.il and against public; ili-ceiicy, nnd thiil a publication bearing MIL-Mime name. "Snphn." nnd detailing in lewd and lasciv- ious langicigc the features of fho play, is liiiblished and -enl Ihrougb the nmil'v Ihe I nited The resolution then recites t..e pn.-tal laws Ihe currying nf fnsi-ivioiH books, etc.. in llu- mails, and dirr-ets the general to lake sueh in-ccnu- lions us are necc--tnry to prevent llic use of Hie mail for carrying this bonk. Work on Tunnel Begins. VOUK, Mnivh li-1.- (jviuiml was liiMlipii with ceremony lo-ilny for Ihe ui-M rapid Innwii tunnel. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For KepresentativoB.-C. L. Uriiininon Cleo. II. La'.vieuee, Hco. L. Louftit. Judge Circuit Court Judge lidwai O'Rourke. Judge Superior H. Aikc I'roseculiug E. V. Emerie Treasurer John 11. Rohsui. Gco. Stout. Coroner W. W. BaniGlt. Commissioners First district. A. 1 Schnitkor, long and Bliort term. Sccoil District, Martin R. Aloudv. Third Dii .riet, C. E. Orli. It was a most difficult, thing Ul Iclegnfes elected at the dSfitocrulie uarics lo get away from tho "transfer orner" tliis morning. It was like, wean !'g a year-old baby. Once in the convcn -ion ball, "kindly iiillneiiees" ccasei nd so, although the convention was' an oimeed for 10 o'clock, it be ore County Chairman Billy Kaougli tap ei! the and Sccrclary liockliill real 10 cull. When the roll was called, each delega ion was asked to announce whether o ol it was, "lull." Most of them ai onnced that they were in that conditio; COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE. The eounly central eonuniltccmcn lien announced as follows: Michael Shordan and Cliarlci lucller. New Bavcn-Tjas. A. Crijipen. Aboite James Kaougb. Cedar Creek C. II. JJrown. Eel Alva Johnson. Jackson-- Steve EneinlH'ser. Jefferson- -A. C. Gladicux. Lafayette- James Aiken. Lake John Rapp. Ed. S. Koran-maun. William Schrader. Faulkner.- J. F. Werts. A. S. Robinson. Perry James Noonail. William Kinncrk and Wil- am Wilkens. Scipio Jacob Wiseman. St. Joe A. E. Auman. A. R. Rachclderfer. Christ M'cstfall. Wayne John Kissing. First C. J.Wciler, Chas. Ecliart, Geo. Gale, C. F. Baker. Third- AI Melching, John Gribhons. Fourth- A. 'C. Hobrock, A. L. Bagby. Adolph Kophlinger. Herman 'eigman. August Freese, Gottlielj Gelli-r. John Koelil, W. JI. Reed. Dr. Morse llarroil, Fred Frccsc. Ferd C. Boltz, Cbas. Sordelet. Olio F. Bcngev. Hugo Ilium ich. JUDGE ZOLLARS CHAlIiMA.V. When nominations for permanent chair an of the convention, were called for, iptain Gene Smith jumped up as if he is afraid some one would beat him and tninated Judge Zullars. He was unani- onsly chosen, and in laking tile chair, idge Xollars said: "Ci-nfli-incn, Uolegates and Fellow Dcin- nifs: I Ibank you for the honor you ve. conferred upon me. This is an cs- cial honor, wheie there are so many moerats. We all hope that this year len county will return its usual 'ma- Judge dollars patted the delegates on e back in regard to their personal ap- irimee, which sf-nliments were warmly libunteil. He then continued: impress upon you that no one man this eonvenlion can cxpeef io get every- In- asks for. The puqioso-of a eon- iliim is fo oltlain a concensus of opln- 1. Home arc going to tie disappointed, t all ought 10 yield individual opinion the wisdom of the convention.'' Judge Mars pleaded with the "sore heads" not deseit because they could not have ir own way. lie declared that there er was a campaign so important as s one. Several of ihe candidates were u lo nod approvingly .at this sentiment. Judge Xollnrs then pinched Ihe tail of the great American eagle and made Ihe old bird sipieak. Me abrogated to (he demo- cratic parly exclusively the constitution and -delegation of independence, took- a shy at trusts and paid his respects to Hie i'orlo llienn larilf bill. In closing, Judge Xollars made a special plea for order and quiet, lie appointed liilly JIaunix- scr- Mant-al-avms and asked the policemen present to assist, him. There was cvi- llently some (rouble brewing. RESOLUTION COMMITTEE. Smilb then asked for a commit- tee on rcsolnlions, to which all rcsolll- (10115 should be referred without reading. Tile motion passed, and the chair appoint- ed as (be oommillec.Caplain E. II. Smith, Dalnian, II. 11. Scbnelker, Peter Mc.Udle, Frank Mannix. Judge llcnen was asked lo serve, but declined. Kvi- denlly In: did not. want lo bring in a minority repoii on (be endorsemeul nf Jimmy Kohinson. SLAP AT THE JOUliN'AL. When noininations for secretary wi-n: nsked for Ibe usual compliment lo ileino. ouilie newspaper men was pninfullv omil- led ami Henry I.1. lirrgholT and Ilemy II. Monning were elccleil. The old bngbwir, enll wnrds and Imrnnlilps The Peopre's Paper! wan made and the convention: promptly got inio u turmoil. The object if the resolution was- to break up com- Jinations. 'Hie city delegates have BO iflen given the country llic worst, of it .hat the fanners concluded to fix it so .hat they could.see whether in tlie trades :hey were being "gold-bricked" by the ity delegates. The farmers voted solidly jr the motion, nnd the city, with the ception of three votes in the eighth wardr voted against it. The motion, was cnr- ried 121 to Cl. CAXDIDATK FOH LWilSLATQlUi On will for nominations for u curfdidatt- for the legislature the following namcK louneed: L. IJrmnmond, Geo Lawrence, Kobcrt Bhirlty, (jporge- Loutil, W. A. Kpindlrr, Ochmlg Bird and. I'Yank Pureell. The candidates ail plcdg- themselves to support, the ticket. Xhc- irst ballot developed wlmt was the proph-- ei-y of the NOIVH sill week, VI'K: that Hhir- Ity WHR not in the race, nnd that innd was easily u favorite in tlie run- ing. Drnmmoiid got almost all t.he niiy vote. FIRST HALLOT Tin; lirst Imlint was us followfi: Druitimund, Lawrence. Lontit, ;t2. Sjiimlter, Shirley. 1-J. Jlird, 7. Purcellj It. look 02 votes to nominate, and us there was no nomination, another ballot. 'as added. SECOND IJALLOT. On the Recond ballot "Kandy" jooslcd in with a rush! The vote follows r Drnmmoml, Lawrence, .'10. Loutit, a. Shirley, 1.1. Bird, :i. Kpindler, The ehairmaii annoiinecd the nomiim- ion of Mr. THIRD IIALLOT. On the third ballot Lawrence higli- st. with 52% votes and Louttit, next vith A'2, but there was no nuinina.tion. On t.he fourth ballot almost all of Bird's elegaten and a part of Lonttit'8 Hwung tu who moved up lo S7, still too- ew to nominate. On the fifth ballot -.awrem-c wan nomiuarcd, the vote atand- ng: Lawretn.'c, Shirley, Hi. Louttil, 13. Puieell, 4. Sjiindlcr, :t. Bird, 3. SEVKNTH BALLOT. The sixth ballot showed strength on the urt of Jxiutlit, who led witli 87 votes. He nominated on the seyeutli ballot by lift following vote: Lontit, 104. Spindler. 44. Shirley, 23. Bird, 12. _J The remarkable thing-about this. vote. TBS that tlic farmers deserted Mr.'Spind-- er almost entirely. JUDGE NOMINATED.. Judge O'llourke's name was the only nc announced for circuit judge. Ho !edged himself and was nominated by ac- anialion. Bob Shirley tlnm thought it necessary o rcaflirm his democracy. The uonven- on turned him down without a cheer. IRST BALLOT JUDGE.Jr T. K. Ellison, -lohn Aiken and Henry- rake were iinnounccd for superior judge.: obody -eemed In know who Mr. Drake- .iSj but he came and made u. iceeh iit an inaudible voice until ho was ooted down. Tlte eonvention was unruly tiring the taking of the ballot and the lairnmn pleaded again ami again for ov- er, 'f lie ballot resulted as follows i Aiken, Ellison, J Drake, 3. 15MER1CK AND KOHAN. The expected opposition to E. K Emcr- k for prosecuting attorney was stifled id both liu and Colonel J. H. present treasurer, were re-nominated r fheir respective offices. KIltST BALLOT (SHERIFF.) When nominations for sliei'iif were cail- for, the chairman had to insist, on or- r mire more. TJie names of George- out, Knink Whitney and Frank Falker id Louis Hiigiieiuird wert auuouiiccd.. r. litigUfiianl withdrew liis name. Mr. out developed unexpected strength in e country and Whitney in the city, alkcr threw all hia .strength to Whitney, ic first ballot resulted: Stout, 032-3. Whitney, ill 1-u. Valker, 23. On motion of Mr. Whitney, Mr. linatiou was made unanimous. BALLOT FOR COKONKR. Although by Democratic rule Dr. W.. Uarnetl was rtiitiUed lo the noniiua- on for coroner without opposition, the- me of John Wilkinson was announced, d he gave Dr. Barnett a hair-raising re for the nomination. The vote stood i Barneti, Wilkinson, ill. On motion nf Air. Wilkinson, the nomi- tioi: nf Dr. llarnett was made unani- Mr. -Inlui A. Hmlnnnii was ccnorainatcd -nrvi'ynr bv acclamation. roil co'rxTV AKSKHSOH. The names nf Tankcl and Win.. geniiui ;iiiiiimiiccd for county as-. son !'7. 'iinlici. [Continued on Kifth Pago.] Iggs Down, ii i-zc Dozen. Butter, 190 Pound.. I'resli r.tnuliy Kggs, down. Conuliy Kdll llutler, Mi. (5nnd ,lnr Mutt.-r. liu- lli. Mii-liig.ui I'ntalfics, 53c hnshfl. Dcincr OniniH, peck. l-'.Wim I'limr, bbl. All b.-.-l riiy l-'lonr, SU.TJi bbl. KlUHT 1U1IIHK. The l-'iiir til-night', followed ty Bhowci-A s-'uih-- u.v Miutli and central porliohs.   

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