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   Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - December 17, 1890, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               WEDNESDAY. DEO. 17. 1890. of mMa, lo foot, u b r-ralblo th.l ono or HIM Frlcniln Doo. wnr in now from parliament ID Irnlsnd nml tlio lotulorn ot belli parUofl nre in Imsto !o hnvt) word with UID oangtit- a.aolcs. in inneiiblo OTLT, nnil Iiin rapporlora HOJ that not a step nil! bo Mm by him tomrt or nrrmigomnnt DOIIU.VDOO. which Mr. PnrnHll ondbiflfrii nnti-I'arnelliUi lumber ot loading lights of the out, arrived aafoly Ko.ehUlmm early thia morning. -ho dinlmgiiiabod Iriabmcn at onoe mtetked n wailing louto ond woto -fflodhilolyoonrojnllo thn pioi t crowd hnd no mponiod Mr. Par- Jim mi organirod body gnard. 'null rcroplion cutnmlttoo and Iho members of tbo delegation which nnd oomo down by upeoinl train from DnWJn to groot tbo much talked of londpr, moment ho plaopd hfo foot on, tbo Irfrh fioil. An-oobn na'tho lender bad been mudo fMt, Mr. I'or- well'H friendfl londed, in tho raidat of IMlnotio nml trinmphinl aim from tho bind wilh cheors from hia support- I iu (bo p.rest crowd wbioh anrged jalwiit Iho ptor nud ita npproacli Jtr. wnn promptly 1 lOTttl by Timolby Honly, M, CONGKESS. Deo. ID.-Tho ae iodaypmBodlho joint reaolntio fining n rmornin of tho board of miBBlonerB of tho District of Coin aleo tho honso bill authorizing tho of drawback or rebate on lob to correct an omission in tho tariff Tho fodcrnl election bill wan then tn np nnd Mr. Goorgo proceeded to against it. [KOTOW, Doo. hoiia day passed tbo bill nnUioriring Oorpns, Ohriaty ond Bodio Ha oompnny lo construct n, harli ulinro of Inland, on Ibo ooa TOIOB. Tbo Bonnie bill WDB pawed -relict of Paymaster D. M. Harti. KHESS' SWEETHEART. mollon of Mr. Hondere, (III.) J ml Mr. >ny, nil nbiinflh Bitpporlura of Mr. Ji Onrlby. and tho uncompromising oppo- "nrt inrnytiiB rronrd. it bcoamo evident !'y prosfoil about ft" tmgry ono, na wcro repeated ly a of ono lootion of Iho olhor. Tho .ritnlil nhniit for llmlroblof, lotbyoatcalla nnd dorWvo Mm. O'Slioa." Tho hint I wb.i Iiy Uio pnrllsm rinly to lio awn for M l for Jiiwt of cliwriiig fru il'inrlow. Ho pm. ry in frirarih for tho Mr. 1'nnmll n o fiomoiiJoUB ont- Lin bd tbinkod o acoordod Ibnt It niul fl iL witho IO u U0 in ILo luMliiiii-nrliultlio Irlidi people nnd bo wmild not .lo no in tbo fnt n run- (In lin.1 gatbuml nliont Win Hlntlmi, in of tbo of Hut WBrring parlmmmiUrlfuiK. On (ha arrivdl of Ibo KluflsUjirn poor (win Mr. TimnUty Hcalj- licrriod direut to n onrrinfju nml was rnjiIJly driven iinifil Rroaun, bJHim nnd crioa of "ObW Jniilott Whon Mr. from tltu train tliu uliotiliriK crnn-il, wbioli ltnd forowl ll ny In llio Million plnlfoim nnd wnitiug ro prtiuitdlilm no oloHolr that it iw fib tho iilmoat dinioulty tho jHiliromuii wuro nlilo to olcilr a way for liim latjlHcob. No tiofuu-r boon iiooomplUliixl tbnu fhu tl i tin pnnjilti riubml for Uin bar-. 1 lu a UirioK Ibo wiiru un- ull Met by nmoti of mm, pnsbrng nnd lo Kionm tbi) honor of it griji IbO Ibo ilhlfllrloilH Jridb olliuf- taiuwi.Hdn.wn, in Iho onrly morning hontlo HID Dublin riaMouou of hiu frirtiid, Dr. Kiiiiny, n of tho LOUKH of niimmoiiii for tho so a Ui of Cork. An Un. orowd danhoil aboad donbto ijniok, Umy lumily MuK tlni national i. -nnrlHarPlrolard." VUIU.IN, Doa Tho ofllwia of Uuilml J ruland aru again in tbo pOHstn- ol Mr. IWuoIl. Tlio utl-Fwnidl. whohu.tnifiht iHintHl tbu r.tjire- liciilntivtii of Mr. PurnnlT frdru tho proiniinvi nflor dontrnjing mioh luadurs an Inid N-cii by bin iiowly IMiIiiti d I'diJiir. Sir. Luaniy, took thoir dpl'iirliirc. uflrr liiivlug uppoiuloJ Rtinnl, ubiiih wxn luft iu witb odldm lo jiruvout Mr. Piiraoli or frii-iidd from cutorlnff tbo bnililinjr. Tliin inon.iiiK, Mr. Puroall, pnuitnl hy LIB friunild nnd nupportnn-; Jirooeudi'd to tbo o HI 00.1 of UniUMl Ire- anil, fiiroud ojion IL'o doom, drovo out tho uuli Purncllitu gnanl and ii Bunioil pofiitCMion. Thn wbolo affair wittietutctl by a minibor of polioo- moii, noniMif whntu ofTureil auy oppoai- tion to tin) Hiiminnry proouudJDga of tbo IViHillitoB. AH SODU aa Mr. Pontoll found himmilf agnlu ia oontrol of tho building, ho nppuarud lit a window and itililniHawl tboorowd, Wbun Mr. Pttnioll and bis friends ar- rived tit tho Uuitod Ireland offloo thin morning limy found thutau aiiti-PitrnolI- itu guard, in oiinrgo of tbo 1m i tit ing, had eoourely looked nnd fiwUmud tbo front door, uliitli they rofuMtd to opeu lo ro- peatod dniniindfl for udmittanoo. Mr. WASniNQTON, Doo, Il._'____ o-daj passed n bill i.pproprialh'g fc DO to provide and equip Ve ir boarding imrposoe in Chicago. T nollonof UiOBonnlo in concurring tho honso amendment lo Uio bill f l will occur Monday QfttinJli IB Kill. boon widofy quoted'in oourta all over I Urn United Btntoa. Be wna an nlumnia CITT, S. D., Deo. of DoPanw nnivoreity and waa ono of Iior from Uio eamp of ti. Ibo principal lootnrora in law school Siith cavalry, ntationed nt South Fork, Ohoyenni', sayn n eqnaw-mnn, named ight tbi) report to leer IhHL there bad boon' Woody onooimter four milce north of at Ibo onlbronk ol Iho wnr. Bo aorve.1 I Fluo Bidg" ngonoy, botwiwn the United dinliiicUoii on the Bbff of Oon. Hlateo troojui nud aomo 400 or GUO In- Ed. MeOook in tbu nrmyof ihoOumbcr- Kicking JJoiir, nnd Ibat ilorcd with Uio boon, killed .oncboUi aidcn. ink of unptuiu nt Iho snrroudcr of Lee. wwa put lo Milohul! waa cleolwl juJgu o[ I nnmtior captured, f uulndiug Iviok- iitg Bear. following lolcgromwaa received nt army bund, inrtora lost Minn., Don. 10. "Ion n I mrbln. of that iustitntion. IB bom in Elkbnrt ootmly, ludl- inn, December, 1S30, nnd butcrcd nu i privolo in Iho Second Indiana cavalry I the supremo oonrt on Uio'dcmooroUi Uokut nt Ibo election in and u-ulesolcd nt tbo laet deotlou, Hi lio only dcmoomtio member of Iho I-ltli life. sill to Ohm thoro and romi.._u, On tho day Kulim twtoria bo took 81 fi fi _ tuo Mt for A. I'iui w.Obio, DM. 1 uily, pantor of tbo Socnil H Baa foil nl'v Inntn I Pnwflttro of Hm linmlonfft. Bn tho prison 't Iho Haa ovou IH.fnro tho magiHtrate OUQro1', baa Itcra mmo lo but in every iiinlaueo hia bold nnd won- "f Uiai, ohuroh for alleged Im. daring ban mndo it poraiblo lor "Hitting Bull wan nrroatod Ibis g tit dnylight by Indian polfc riuuda utlemplud bin rosouo. Tight Billing Hull, Lia eon, Blaofc Jtird, Ontub Hour nud four o 111 era killed; alKoaovon Indian polioo. Oap- liet arrived jiiwt in timo wilb ion nty oommiHsionoro Thnreday tho conuty aaylam, whore they Jvorytliing as neat us a pin, Ui nlTnlrs of tho institution boing eon duotod in n manner OompHmontary to John Wilkinaon, who has long I] cffloiont Buporinlendont. Tin uoR-tiity-oightpatienfam the iuatltu- lion. Tlio oommiBaionorH, during Iboir Tisit, looked ovor tbo ground for a 0611- iplatod JmproYomuut wbioh is apt to mode early noit spring. It ia now projioacd to oroot upon tbo aajlnm 11 'bo grounda n hospital for Iho oato of Uio '-1- dcnliiuloaiok of Allen oonnly. Iluury 1'. Ilullcrman, proaidcnt of Ibo hoard, aaid to u BKtilXnr, roporler- "Tliia oonnly paya to the St. Joo and Oily bOBpIlala in tho nofgbborbood of ST.OOOayoarfor tbo caro of iia ilok. r onlonlnllon wo flnd that nn iuBii- m oould bo maintained by Iho ityIlaoII-nt a oaring of nt leant Thu building of n EM not yet oomo oflloially beforo Ibo board, 1 t wo bavo all talked it over nnd nro a ituponlboiunlter." Plaua nml csU- to for n suitable Imildlug will prob- ihly bo aolioitcd Tho county pays a weuk in enob cane now for tbo of the doalilufj) nick undor Iia oaru, it impnssililo for Iho Congo freo atalo to moot oipounOH, and llmreby oomiwll th elnto to null out lu France, wbicb ban a Gretclaim lo.puroboso. Tho llrittisl r rrmioiit, on tho olhtr bnnii, in to threats, moro or loaad _ int 1 to oompol Holland lo eigu tho treaty, FIGHT. A family row own trod Sntidny nftor- loon, nonr Kooblor'n briok ynrd, south if tho city, in which n man named Imitb and lib alep-faUior, Itowlaud, o Uia oombiLUiulB, TLo ;oeodiu_ _ inu'lh Hunlly pulling n revolve it at hia fllep-fullior, llrod. Tho jtiou bad Ibo ofleot of badly frighlon- ig tbo old Ronticmnu, but bo wwa not nrt, na it aomnii tbo step-Bon bad loaded lapouwith hlnuk carlridgos, nud Ilia notion waa taheu only in ordur ID keep tbo old man from luliaiiiiflluriiig Ut him n sovoro thnahbtg. No nrrcata bavo yet KiJo in the caso. 1'KXSMVI.V. EVIDENCE 'How ia KulinM to-dnyl" oakod out rojwrler ol BhoriiF Viborg tbiw morning whuu ho mot, tbit pleasant oDleiiil in tho aorridor of tbo oonrt boiiao. "Oh, ho'a nil wna tbo wiply. "Ho aeoms to bn golting bettor and itrongor every day. Do I boloivobo will got well! T certninly do. Ho iifto onoonBlilTitiounnd ie Dgbling bin witb it determination to ooa- MOO, Deo. Hpnclnl It, Snn Fratioieoo nays: Newa oomog fn_ Aoapnloo tbat nnothor Amerloau oltiEon ui beoti coiillnoil in n Bloiioau jni! f 'rsnnd oau not obtain any wi Ho in Frank Ford, third mat. Of tbo nuboonur Indiana, wbo killoi tho Aoapiilm iu mnlu In Tarnell onrod a whidi hu himself forco.1 the door, aud then, followed by his sup- jiorlera nnd friondH, ontcml tbn building imd ojcotol thoso of Uia Diiilod Irobiud HtafT and others whom ho found Ihcro, nud boltod unil barred the door boliiud Uiom. Buah nonveraa lion nil wiw hold iNitweon Mr. PamoH'i within, imd tbn ojeotal staff with out, wan eoiiduoUul through tbouiodii of the toy Iiolo. Later In Uio day. 1 I'nrnoll aUrtod for Cork. Au ouorm. orowd of people oanomblo.1 st tho Dub- lin Million nud loudly cheered him an ho onUirod thn train. Tho tremondoua popular ovation durod Mr. Purnell at the Itotnnda night bna oinroisod a mont favorabla in- fluonnoiipon Irish opiniou. Tho num. bora of bin exponents is growing rap. idly. At LImoriok und dork groat popular displays am boing arranged in lianor of tbn Itinli kimlur, hia to llinao (litiex prombio to be tho oooBHionH of ovaUon rivalling thatro- oeivud by him here. LONMN, Doo. advlocn from Mr. 15dmnnd Loaliy. morabor of tho houao of oommons forHlii-go, who is now in DnbHn with Mr. mint that tbo eanao of the gentlemen Is winning all along tbo lino, Kir.KKNNT, Michael Dftvilt arrival in this oity le-day. him at tho alal Tbn rnaeplion nwordod him van roixod one faction londly oheoringtbo ono-armod odilor, whilo tho oilier roxpondtNl with hiaaea nnd gronnfl nnd eonnlor oboora for Parnoll. A IHIAIt. Ml- Illllen by ignn charged tbat the object o resolution waa olooUoiiH bill nnd to jiruvent iia ful free nnd fair oom i deration. Ho li proocodod nt lougth lo point out whn bo termwl tho rovoluliu of thin eluolloua bill, ngalunt Iho pawago of Hi uujunt to tho AhierU Morgan, nrg I g gaiun tho prnwago of tbu r 111 Hon. Icred Into n dinnniulon of tho merits o oleolion bill ubiob, ho oluiroo.1, above nil otbnr roijniro.! free nut full difimiwiiuii. Tho deuioenila wen fully pntparod lo enlur inlo mioh uiu-Hidiijthoy woru all opiwto.1 to tho t'leolioii bill, not bccuuMO it wan a jmr< ly jurUiuin propoalUon, but Ihoy forwinw tbat It would tuvado tbo luUou of Ibo United Deo. hotmo oommilteo on llio OB si sun ngreod, ut meeting to day to report Ibo npporlioi meut bill an oudotned by the mombf-ra ot the cnmmltleo niiiig Iho roprosonluliou ut ilCO. Thia ia tbn nnui- bor pioridiKl iu Uio bill introduced nome ago by Mr. 1'rauk, of Miwiouri, ijueully rolntroiluced with ueudmeula by Mr. Buuuell, of Min- Moln, tho oboinnan of Uio ooumia oom- ilUio. Tho oommitloo boforo agreeing to ro- port Iho bill dhiouiiflod it nt length. Mr. Ilolmnn, of Indiana, domouml, 011- powd tbo representation providod for by tbo bill Bo urged Umt it whonld be plaood nt !K12, Uio mumbenihip of tho preeout house. Thn riHri'umtjbt to re- Uio bill fnvorably wiin prnotionlly unanimoua. Tillmau, of South Oarolina. nud Ilolman, reserving Un y from bin oaplon, and lo jel lit wildly, and WDM killed, of bin Hoven of the Iti- polfou nliui full dead, nnd tho whole j would [inilmbly bavo boon d bad It not IMWII for llm timuly nr- qnarrel nt Dooombor, J688. Tho "angor. Mo. Ft WSLS Ink (ill iwLoro and the oaso Irinl. i wna IorwBnlo.1 to Ibo frior oeurl in another city, and nftcr n judgo oondomue.1 1'iml lo uly Impriaouraunt. tbuu neoure.1 an nppiul Io Iho Oity of Mi-ifoo, hut Uio in evidently pigeon-holed. Munnwhlle, 1'onl is eon I iu n wnilehiHl prliuiu where h Uy on.nigh food lo oxbt. Tli, killing wan dimn In Will Lc.pi.er, St. L. Allmwlit' Mnntlay aftrmoi rnrrlngo i ;otrim of llm OoJj lot talk. the desperado, most of whd.li wns lii.he.1 in Tliu SUMTI.VEI, of Monday Deo, dit- jinUih won ruoelved by Mr. Fnmk I'oi Uolonol bad hilt lltut I point nud HlaUug that Qeneti.l Oair (onld go lo the lluld lo-day wilh Hi Sixth earnlry to upon llm immpnlitn. will' tiiavb fur 'Nor Uilx morning and KB he will lake no pnrt In tbo oai unlean the Niibrnikn Htiilo melit nut or bo ruowvea inalrii. lions lK.ni Ibo war department. A I "I, Chicago nnnouuoing U, diatributiou by the ond of the Hitting Hull nad bin BOII Wfl_ d by Oolouol Ooily Inat night, i report in ho wwd. "it will Inkn but u uhnrt lime (o lie of Hitlitig Hut] rka, lafl nr MaJiaou, Juil., iMl hy n tob-gram iiuuoing Hint bis brother, A. F. Lop- lujnliiriinuily mfnaing and tlnil It wan mipiKwiid tliul ho wiw tho vicilim foul plfiy. flu In lllia eily viH i ling and whom ban boon onijil.ijod irriago Irimmrr. SIi Pa., Deo. illor U o'oloolt yealerday morning tho ibarp roport ot n pinlol rang out fnmi vbat in known M "Tbomprnn'a i block of teiicmout hoi etrott. Mrs. Wolf, who ipon wiudowiu OKI plored Ibo Hfiaobing licr iipa oooiijiiea t nd rtoo to qriiok. ila, Hire. Wolf Iho Iffelota J iiolhfug lisa of him and bin Ttfllu, 0., naya: "A. F. r, ol thia oily, u curriago trimmer 'U ktiomi lo Uio trmlo throughout HorllMlti Ohio, oa Tlmrt- ilay from Mmlbioo, Ind.. underolr- itnnliLnocn tli ill hiavn Hltlo doubt thnL foully .built wilb. if Ootoni-r Lepp nno until ho ulcpt off Ibo tff.iola of bia ght'a diilmueb. Tbia was (bo oano Inat gbt. Be went iiwuy nlxiiit 8 o'olonk morning. Eiumu .n roidy go lo ohuroh nud nal ilovu iihiittlly ugly aud iingry. Kmma woru a gold watoh und nlmlii, n prenunt from a young man nlm wan lo tuiirry about ULrRnian. Wilbimt xaylng n word ho milnI Llio wnlnh mul ohnin nud donhed Ibum iigaiimt ibo ntove. While I watt rumoiiHtrnling with bim fi illy Iclttbotnbluand went Tbo reports from Iho hospital at noon iy that Oflloer Keuuelly ianlaogrow- inltod in iig bettor nml tho attending pbyainiaux. ifc tboy will bo able to pull him High provided unfavorable oondi- B do not urise. At prcnont ho Is oing uiooly, ia ohoerfnl and bolioven hat ho will get troll. J. Ov OarltRlo, jxiliuo officer of ityforoo at Poaloria, Oliio, cnlled to Boo Kubna ymtonluy at tho jail, bnt tha prieonor rofuuud to talk with him. Jlr. Citlialn is sitisOeJ that there H strong ovidouoo tending to show Unit Kubim mndu nwfly with his part- ner, William JJ. Oampau, who wnn found murdered in n lonely onbnrbnu spot nl llm eilgo of Fostoria. Mr. OiirliNhi Biiyn bo thinks Kuhna will certainly hung il thoy can got bim bnok to Ohio. Ho the Ohio offioors nra in posnosfliou of Iho most powerful evt- deuoa. Kubn's sweetheart, DHlIn Bird, fllloou or aixtceu years old, ia now bring at tho hotiao of llm dlu'riiT iu Tiflln and na lold much. Tbo girl bin told Hint Knhun fled to idbna nflnr Oampnu waa mnnlorod nud ohnngod bin clollios, returning to with a niilehel ooulnfniug bia bloody linn, the pnuLi having two bolea In wmt oorreapondfug to the two nda Iu Kubmt' hip, onunod, as ho lold in Fort Wnyno, by hia own oaro- in putting hiu pistol iu tbo bin pooket, Tliia anlchol was found In Uin girl's ponneasiou aud in ono key to unlock tho bidden part of tho crimn. Iu addllloti to alUhin the girl htm told tlio ofUoen tbat KnbuH' moni.y alter hia return ouliug .vitb Cunipaa was bloody. Tbo girl in ulmoat iwarcd to .lonlb, but ia willing, nhe saye. to testify all aim known alxiut Kubua. ud I Thomaa Murjtliy, tho young lloket it Moplos, tpoul Sunday In thia rfrrn Frnra li ry Fiillmonliu onlinnod: hu i borBO nlealing eijiodlUe nlar mwlmj ontflt, but wbun ho nnohed n oily ho droeaod ralhor Htylwbly, nud it WM a rare thing bim thn I hiivo kuowu Kubna for over ara; thu flrot plaoo I met bim was in Fremont, nborUy uflet ho got ont of tbo Bo gavo Urn nnniH of Flrii when ho wont to Fontorin to identity Uie murdered man, bnl Hird, who Hlnled Ibut Ibo murdered raau'a unmo waa Clay; that is fatso, Tbo murdero.1 IH no other thun Oampoau. a uoUtd o thief, who lived nt Monroe. Mich. urn, Jnd., Dao, i tcon-joi old f i of John Sogratotter, an borrlbly bitb by a largo and ferooiona boar ytfltonUy. Tim boy hnd entered Iho rwn whoro tho nnfnol WAH oonHnoil nnd boforo oonld mnko bin rncnpn tbo wan ppon him, Itaforo MslBtftitpo urlTM reporting tlio of national bank abp towarda releiviug Uioaitualion uud reoommoudu.1 moro logialalion aimed b) reutoro oonfldeueo iu the money market, Tlio houso oommittoo on Ibo eleventh consna mot tbia morning to hoar iirgn- raenta in mipport of the reeolnliau intro- duced in tho houso by Iteji Oumpboll, of Brooklyn, reiinoating that the Hoorotnry of tho interior bo direetod to ordur a new ennraoration of tbo in- habilAUlA of that oily, as th< boon mnilo that tbo federal ennmorutiou was inoorrecl. WASHINUTOH, DM. apooial bouso eommittea invualiguliiig tbo ohargoa mado nguinat Itnnm by RoproaanlMivu Cooper, of In- diana, oonlimiod Ha iuvoHtigntiou to- day. Mr. Ilaum WOH rwinestod to furnish to Uio oommittoo a Hat of nil persona iu thopanoion oflloo nppoiuto.1 by Oom- lUfliouor Itmim with their formor laooa of employment. The oemmitleo thun uijonrnod until Monilay morning. WAHUIHUTOM, Doo. tbo wns oallod to onlor this morning it 10 o'clock, not moro than a dozen wcro prosont. Tlm judioinry eommitto was groutod lonvo lo ait dnr ing Iho aoaaion of Uio aonnlo. ThL Bcnnlo proooodo.1 lo tho oonniduration of the election bill. Mr. Oolquilt, of Georgia, taking tho floor. TIIK fOl-K AtlflndldB l-hyTlrlun ForllieWornU BBtti.iN, Doc. dispatch to th. National Zoiinng from Homo nays thnt tlioro is mnnh unzioty at Iho Vatican of tbo pope, ban boon aerionsly hy Iho extremely oold wosthor. Dr. Ooooerelli, who is in on Hia Ilollnww, ia pro- pwal for tlio worst OOMI. IHTA, S. O., It.-Irbywns United eonalor from Booth CnroHmi, on tbo fonrlb to well acquainted witb Oampoau. id have known him for yours. Ho was n. very good homo Uiief, bnl bo waa in the habit of gotliug full aud giving evorvlhiug away. Ho wns ouo of thwo fullowa who did not rtapeot tbo niollo, 'Bouor among Uiiuvoa.' Itnpiwara tbnt Oampoan and Kuhna had beeu doing odd joliH of horso stealing together, and Kuhim full rnthor doubtful tbout Oum- pimu's atnylng qualitioa. Ituhns got it iulo bia buad that Oamponu wna tho man who gave Detective Maliouoy tho Up ns to bis whoroabouls. Knhiia never iuUiunte.1 to Oampoau that hoauapeetod him of giving the lip to Mnhoney, but tho two continued to work together throughout Ohio and Miohigau nud do tholr headquarters mur I'roapoot, Ohio, whioh is tho onmping grouud of llm worst bund of borso thiov.u i Amerioo. "Sumo doya ago nnnnuiioo to Knbus hia intoutiou of reluming t Monroe and remaining Ihorn during Hi wititor. Kuhus iuauilu.1 ou aooompitny- ing him. Kuhna wna never known to tell anything, drunk or sober, while dd keep uolhing aa soon aa Uio liimor got Ibu beat of him. My ipinion is now, nnd uoorly everyone .grees wilh mo, that Kuhus wun afraid of Oampuan 'aqnoaling' on htm whun h.< [ot drunk, and wad afraid to let him go .way up iulo Michigan. Kubna boliiw- ed in tho motto that duad moii loll I10 Ulea, and for that' FOIIBOU he wanted to KMO of Oampeim, nud whun ho got lo that bam in Fostoria, whoro the dor waa oommlltod, Kuhno pulled rovolviir nnd tthot Oumiwau doad IKT- liu know what luppmod to him. HO fnols wore developed at Ibo ouor'a inrjueat at Foatoria over Ibo of tho dead man Oampoan." Coroner Ed. Loppor, of Tiflln, Ohio, who eondnotad the iiivBntigation in Uio Uampiinn oana nt I'Worn, returned Uiis vnrdiot, "I do flnd that tho docoanod, Wm. Ii. Oampoftii, oamo to his from shook and hemorrhage, oanncd by a lenden 1m I lot flrod from a piatol by ono Marvin Knhnn, who In tho manner and hy Uio moans aforonaid, nnlawfully, -ndof doliborntoandpremo.1- in.-Jamoa M. Callabon, a awilnbmnn at tbo Oreon Htreotororalng, had n thrilling ndvoii- aalurday night, Junt us the 01- ubout to pom ho glanced w of litoHhouty vlionlu diaoovored Hannah Dillon, n handsomo and oldorly Uio an, on dirootly in Uio way of tbo train. Tbo woman was intoxicated m nbsolntoly refnaod to Iw ltd to a plnou safety. Oallihan U, n.mo bor by forot', rolvu Gallihau Uiro nml flre.1 point Mnnfc at him. I'M ballot flow wido nf i woman lovok-d tho ro unido und tbi ark. Tbo again and u bo onnld seize her nrm the Hhot wns flrod, llm bullet paaning through Onllihon'H eoat Tbo weujwu wna then wreatlwl from hor. After a d.wpernto Htnigglo the woman wna drugged into llmshiinty nud her bauds tied. 11m pollou wuro notillo.1 and tho woman wns taken to the look-up. Thu woman iioanaea Oullabun of bur nud abo says aho dolilwrutoly plmwd honiulf on tbo tniok, knowing Unit if Oallabuu mid reanuo bar. Hlia then int Oartuol A  tnu n.mrlv nud wiUi large I 'odolu ofit have already provujl Huo. iful. Tbo maobfno ia 170 feet long ily-elght feot wide, uud il ia cover 200 ruiloa nn hour, Thn ahip will ahorlly leavo Mount Oarmel to St. Louia, thonoo to Obiongo uud md Iff. MTOMIS, AriBiuu, Don., el Uridfior nud KobinHOn, who kill.vl byllin Apnnhcs Saturday, brought in lauL night The id bocn rolibod and ntoil. Tho nnltlomen nnd nn tlio Indiaus nro .till Inlwiu llmvioluityuui No uot luken by Uio military. ig, a monldur nt tbu il to bia nt tlio at. Joaepb huHpilal, Ruffuriug in- from biid IniriM whioh hit ru- .ile on duty Imtl week at thi n was working nrouud n ladle iron, and placing u pioo. pipe in llio bol iu.ilrd, tbo plodod and u-ua thrown over him. In TiTimty minuloH lator w noil the uufiirtnunto girl n Wnlont. in Mbono nbu int mid vutiid uy to oh n roll, un wH of bur dualb During nil till. iiuolfon her fnilicr n.it doivn Ion, in or nun nnd iiiiniOTod. lie, bow- r, nhiHiily wiituhoil tho pooplo nn thoy aed in und out, made no referon< lo duiigbUTM d.-nth. Hho nni in h  for my iu- hurttnuoo." Tho son wna orrcati-i! ond looked up. After buiog in Iho i inn ten llio atUimjit o ufcwed Unit bo bin fntbor'H life. 1'. Daylon thorohy n n O.. Deo. miir- baa been issued tn William ud OhnrlolLi Hpler. nnd a you g i ttaiil: bavo o lent Barriwin lo inni Mr. lo n-quoat 1'nwi- al proo- i) Rovorumnntft of oaition will An- nlo UMtlnc, wbilo drrfaing for n Christ- raiw troo party lust nigbt, wan bnrnM (o death. Tdo .Irepoiy ..f hor drew, onnght flro from B giw jot. amntion notifying tli tlmt the hold. We hnvn all tlm justify him in sending onl proolnmslion at onoo, of wo hopo for aprody nrlion on Inn p-irf Mn- fnd., Don. Unth tho young kdy who romi.ino.1 ntranoofor newly a a yiwir ninno, wbioh Ortlifornia, mployM aa i .t Sonn. if olothea o ordorod tovounly oUutifiJ, Hi., >ra who held T- D.i of I Ilr to red lG.-Soott alipjiod into the wntch pocket a uoto to llio that if the wearer wiahed aoor- rwpondont ho might bor. A lellor enrno in reply; olhcm followed pro nnd oon, nnd llnally oamu n proposal ot mar- riage from Iho Paoifli) onwit lover. Be lilrand man lit Needles, on Uio and in good oironm- ITorod to fnrniah Mw, to the OOM I, ro. 'iUiltioproviHiontbat nbo oon 1.1 sLny M bia wifn if nlm wmi tut is Hin W.IH mnnly and lint while Mrs. Epler Ii-aituUvl to re ply, n U'Vgrnn. CUKIHI tbnt be wnn en Jiii way lo Xmiravillo nnd would cull for liii Bolt t UHHIMI. train near T.-xarkunn, Inat O-ifcilwr, nnd who wna Hill tly 11 Iriod, nud found guilty, uud aeulenwd to n lifn twin of imprinnumcnt, nnd os- c.tpod iu DewmibtT by HII wing out of his ooll, waa nwnplunil Suiiday utOolnm- bnn by thn KhcrifT of Colorado. Thrt priwiuor pimstKl thniugh hero yesterday on bis to Aiihtiu. A Ilonpllnl IVIIl'llo K.tnl.ll.ln HHTH.IN, Deo. Nonr, of Colorado, in burn fnr Uio purjx organicing a alnir nud noon ring noocuwary for ft Koch hoapi- tal, whioh ho propoawi to ratablinh ii tho United OtUKLonxniii-K. P. K. I., Deo. Lo.it Friduy night un nged couple oonplo mimed HiggiUH loft hero with a biiiui. during u vinlunt wiow nlorm, for ttmir homo u I tout three miles from ben- Wbeuwilblu ulmlf miloof Uu.ir rm- tlniydrovo into aauow bank nod iKXHimiug HtuilJd Wilb UlO illllUIMI .'Old, wero itimlilo lo citru-uln thomHelvos. They were uiirwd ou Sumluy and fennd byiiheunih purly. Him. Biggins ha.1 her IcgH frozen HI, I wily up thu kneo that aho dio.1 whorlly l.eiug dia- .xiven-d. Higgius- handn and wero frnzuu uud have Ilo la loll (ho story of bia atilFeringo, i., D.-o. few housekeeper of ngo MIHH Jdiiiw a miner nnmi'd Adai upponrod, taking with hor S3' mnuiiy. It W.LH yiutenbi MIBS Jouua also look iiwity SI ,81 nol.w tn Adaina. Him luis iigiMl to oviidn arntit tluiH fur. Ai .w her ut Uu. mining Mover the day nud d.-nliu.'d nlly 1111 him u-ilh bulli.tji. oily. Dr. P. S. Slephoiia aud lady, of Bl. Punl, Minn., are iu Ihla oily, vioIUng relatives rritinda. Tbo Monroitvillu pnblio aobools will have a Iwo wwjlui' vacaliou during the holidays. B. 0. Davia baa ojwned n grooory ird the fittu at Uio eoruer nt Muln nud South Mr. Davis baa for Uio last eight yoare been a nterk Iu Oorbaloy ft dry go.Hl-1 anil grooery honso. Lint Friiky nveulug thn n-aldonoo of Bo Wtt-i ou John Long, went of boro, near n Urn bnrnoii to Uio ground, with u j.orllon of tho fnnil- TrUBteo Buffm.in aaya tli at tho atlend- len ut tho Diieu nubool ban of Into been no small thnt bo ban tnkou llio mat- ter into aouaiduratlon uf vaunting tha aohoolueitcpriug. Ilo has the power x) do BO, ua tbu i.nbool ia not at lift d ILo i-.doplo thuro have iriug nU'ly found il nut. The trustee, how- vi-r, promises them not tovnontoit, mvidiug they send their ohildreu rogn- iriy lo oohoot. llov. Itoweu, of tho Lulhorau ohnrak at this place, buj just complote.1 u vory successful protrookd mooting at Con- eord, and now prcsidui ut a meeting hold at tho Mar.pwr.lt obapol. A unmber of onr yunug people nt- londod the L O. O. F. nuppor at laal Halunlay uviining. W. A. Diivis, Uio Noble county loo- r T luotured at Ibu M. E. church last I rdiiy evening to n very small honeo. Tbo Lutheran people of thia plaoo am making pruparalioiia to havo a Santa OlaiiH drama Ohrialmoa ovo. Ouo of Iho viutims of Mrs. Wood- worth's trauoo powora is living iu thia oity. intelli- gent young lady, but now her Intellect is oloudud und ubo hua lost bur reason Sho attended Mrs. Woodwork's gn uud Uiia WHH tiio result upon hor. TniBleo Bofrmun, Iho worthy aurvont of Mouroo township, annonuoiis u luaoli- i' iuHtltule, to IH) held ut Iho ties school. Bo ia making (ivory .-ITort to make it a Kn.iuosa. The piano of hold- mooting is an oiHopllou to tho ilom, for tbia is tho moot- ug of tbo kind over bold dirootly within ho Iwrilory of Iho truiiteu's jurisdio- iou, hitvlug alwnya hoou huldiutho Monnwvillu bigti school building. Tho imgram. ia aa follows: Fmyor, Itov, D. Prof. E. rom soldiera ors-iilom. Wi-iiiiugton, Jnokaou, Qrant ami Porry, giving pluoo uudoironmBUnooaibiuli on torching, I. 0. Jouoa; oiviiw. J. J. anhool li'oomlion, u-hutt (i.) whon I (.1) whyr May Williard W. U. rnusin, iiwtniniiuUl. O, Al- i and r- ,1. I U.i thr, Two Irlnh nd tin Losi IN, Doo. Intonwo excitement i orimlud hero by tho roneipt nf n Herioiifl oonlliot at Itnlynnhill. wounding of Miiihanl Dnvitt. Krro Hlnlc. wilh hi hours hut wwlem homo this w d last week, biido for their Ho Hwt. Ihat tho Fn noli government ia bringinK muoh prrfwnro lo lour upon Holland to pravent Unit noun try from aoooding to tho ngrrtMnont nf tho powwa pormilliiiK tho Congo atnto lo lnvy iJutien. Tlio timnfer aixw-ling will oipiro on tho Int of Janu- ary. The motive of Franco ia lo render Uuirud Hl ippoin IV, 1) (if the Olrntlluld i .loHedthis morning, f oaaliiby mnrlgMg o -co timi'K tliu nmo I I a mr nf tbo ty I I 'a 11 R nlc. iH Senator W. A. Walla J. S. N. M U li rifcburgjW. K, Wallnco nntl A. th, ULwrllcId. tuiMgium IJAKOAOTKII, N. V., Deo. lll.-Jolm Loningnr, jr., iMMikkeejidr of Uio oiwtw brewing oompnny, diniip- IMian d nnd ia reported to ho u dn duller U) Uio oon! puny to thu nmimnt of OM Uninger tho son of ft oniinonl im.iehuut mid i.otivo polili- n of Ibn town. Wurrnnto for hia nr- "Jnok, lh( Jit Wsjm is tho Intent in dii.Nbndy ipnls lifter grwijw Ibn pawing i-nmlo, imi rir.U n k'a.n nud lots her fio. They ray Iho girls nil walk nu his si do 01 Iho Blri'pt, 1 the king ot mixli inuiimrilln. It con .ndsllotliei Minn Peak- J. Wollnbilu; tho rn- lion, for what piirpnw) (n) how ooiidiiolo I. U.il. Aur.ui'l; Olittintus in tli.) Wny of Suooom. MIM AiMio Orif- lUb. fur diaona- Bion of oiuili at which all Uiosa pnwwi t nro nl liliarly ta pArttciipnto. A biiknt dinimr will ba tho chief feature of Uin noon reoesri. ioijiftUnI wnnn tho motion for n now trial is priced in Um P.ittil wifo mimler cnao at Ornwfordnvilln. wonk it was dia- oovnrt.1 that while Mr. PettU wna ata- tiouixl nt Nnrtb LiU-rty, hia wifo formed Uio eonlldeiitinl a highly renix-clod huly at Umt plaoo, wbo ollen .incNtioinvl her concerning Iho brilliancy of her complexion, and witb Ibu ourioa- ily of her BOX, lagged to know Iho aeorot by whioh (ho effeoi wfta Evonlunlly Mm. Pettit conndod to her that it wnn dun to nnwnio tskcn inwardly in amall doaos and at regular intervals. This waa in ut which tirao sho elnimwl to hnvo uBing Uio dnig for that pnriXMw. Tho Indy to whom Mrs. Poltit made these admissions nn nflldni-il to Umt oITt-ot, it will HM.1 ns ono reason why anew trial nhonl.1 bo grunted. After her aflidavit had boon Pettil was ankod if Mm. Pctliiovornso.1 RrH.info or alrychnino for auoh purponiw, and bo promptly replied not In hia knowledge, ond ho WM very ranch, uur- priM.1 to hear it.   

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