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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - September 9, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Keep During tlio Campnigu by Sub scribing for the HTJTCHINSON NEWS 6V Read the Advertisements I And Patronixn Hio Bnsinesw Houses Advertising in i it TUESDAY 1890 Yesterdays Prooeedlngs in Branches of Both Senntor Plumb AtteiiiDlrt to Ralso the Tax on Wlilskr to Per A Ulflonntilon of the Htigar Htor Unlloai and Othern ipeak lu Fnvor of he Houno ITuuble to tliero no Debate on tlin Tiirlfr to lie t house bill i set apart a certain true of land on which the big stand in California as a public park was passed without The conference report on tho river and harbor appropriation bill was taken up and agreed to without dis cussion and without a yea and nay Tbe tariff bill was taken the debate on tbe bill and amendments to be lim ited to thiity minutes for any senator on any one r Plumb offered the of which he had given notice on the liOih ol imposing a tax of flS5 per gal Ion on distilled Be sdidthathe offered it because he believed that it would be nectsaary to have additional revenue which would bo thus to meet the requirements ol the The reduction of tho revenue which the bill as it bad passed the house would bad been estimated at by thn restoration of the tobacco In the senate that reduction had been inished to qualified by the somewhat ambigious utatement tbe finance committee tbat if the importa tions were kept up on the present scale notwithstanding tbe increase of dutiet tbe reduction 01 revenue would be oni Plumb went on to give t result ol tbe appropriations of the yea f and to argue that appropriations for future years would not rail short of those fo this and would lu regard to pen largely exceed lie es timated tbe cost under the new pension bill at at Tnere would bn added to the list of widow and dependent parents to the amount o at kuat and there would be added ho ftt leaut sold iois in heanouldbe greatiy sur prised in tbe next three the payment on account of that law would not amount 10 f a y4 Brtrry aabwd bow many upplications hwd already buen received under the new pension Plumb gave the number at over Beiry recalled the fact that who hud charge of bad said tbat be was satistled that not more than names would be added to the pension list under Cockrell said there will be be tween and in Plumb said had no doubt but that there would be between to applications under the Ap propriations under it would amount to a year within the next three or four Plumbs amendment to tax whisky per was rej nays The next vote was on the senate I amendment to the same in f creasing tbe duty on sugars above sixtenths of one cunt per instead of is in tbe houee bill Allison opposed the committee and favornd thn house The amendment won agreed nays 25 The fol lowing is the vote on the committee increasing sugar duty from ms agreed uaya The iOgallve votea were given by Keagan and Wilson of GibMm moved to reduce the sugar IBtfrom Ol degrees by the palariecope to C ana argued that four cents a lound bounty on the augar produced in he United States would be neutralized y the European bounty of two cents a lound on export so there would i really free Culiom addressed the senate in avor of reciprocity between the United and other especially Mex oo and Central Hud South He opposed reciprocity with lo referred to a remark of Lord Sails bury in an address to a London club ome months ago to the ffteot in Bpesk ng of the Buliring difficulty tbat the Unled States was such a susceptible na that Great Bntlan could not nego iate at the top regarded the lilting toward the of its remark United as in States a d expressed the hope the time had come when tbe difficulties with Groat irilaln and her dependencies would be settled Honorably to the United States n open day and that Lord Salisbury would not be allowed to whisper tbe sec retary of Bia e out of American Tue amendment was agreed nays All other amendments re fnriing to maple sugar were agreed to and the time orfiling notices iu connec tion with claims for oounty waa fixed for July Is1 iustnadof January of each Fye iffered tin amendment to a bounty of one cent n pound on sugars from Fryes amendment was it Jected without tbe yeas and olanderson offered an amendment for the admission free of duty of machin ery for the manufacture of beet sugar for the refunding duties collected on gucb m ichinery since IHI u iy Kustls moved to amend the amend ment eoaa to extend to miking beetand sorghum sugar without coming to a Aldrich said be would try and have nil amendments voted on tonight no aa to have the bill the staifn of tae third reading tomorrow morning alttogave nrmco that be would for tbe committee i ffer an amendment that the hall tabe effect on The senate thus took a recvBB till 8 At the evening eeisirm Carey ad drcFtod the senate iu favor of the recip rocMy The debate continued until after mid and wttbontaction on Gibsons amendment the senuts adjourned till 10 to THE to the reading of the journal of raised tbe point that there was to 8u ha hckbnrn aul Morgan Iowa ild25 jllac r olqultt Quay offered an amendment pro posed by him on first of August flxinu j the duueb between 18 and 1 jatUScenSpx r between IS and 20 at 00 a above 20 at one Manderson addressed himself to Quays which he movec f to amend by putting the proposed duty o one cent a pound on all sugars above No 20 at cents a pound instead of one Ue illustrated hia remarks by spec imenn of the various grades of sugar from 18 up to i Q iny modified hla amendment as BUggesied by Qor manoppisod the ameatlment aa in the Intereataof sugar giving them an absolute Vsst also opposed the refineries had ill that they They bad triumphed by the votes taken and which meant in their pockata miUionB and mil lions of Q lays amendment waa rejectee without tbe yeas and The nex question won on the finance i com and waa to include maple sugar among those for which a bounty is to be Edmunds advocated the and claimed that maple sugar fell within the same auc tbe same justice as other It was a business of small Blair also advocated and men tioned the annual product of maple sugar as fifty million Oarllale declared himself opposed to all sugar and therefore waa opposed to their extension to miple sugar No small be would ever I because under the bill no bounty would be paic least 500 and he did not suppoBi tbat any larmer In tbe country produced to Unle8S t migllt be Carlisle tha In the stats of VBrmont there were1000 farmers who produced more than 60C pounds of maple EuBtis amendment to the amend meat WM rejected without the yeaa and and Maaderioaa uo quorum Tbe effjrt of the peakur pro co count aquorum prov ng a call of Hie honse was The call disci sed the pres ence of 156 and the seargent was dispatched after tho Tne li lor maa accorded to the commit on tho District of The pending queation being one to recom unt tbe Atkinson wiihinstructions to r port it buck with an amentlment re uiring the Baltimore and Potomac rail way to remove its depot iu Washington o the intersection of Mary land and Virginia After debate the motion to recommit tbe bill was naya Tbe clerk noting a quorum under the TniB without further recommitted the bill to tbe committee of the and Atkinaon thereupon that they go into such Fhe motion wan agreed and the en tire afternoon was consumed ia the con sideration of the but when the committee rose and reported the bill to the bouse with favorable a quorum had and the house Preildent Har rison and Dimmlck were the guests of exCongressman Ward and wife of this morning lu a drive abjut the surrounding The party covered about flttoen miles in thn drive and did not return to Cresson until after 3 Tnoy visited the villages of Loieito and G and one or two small puces in the A long atop was made at where is located a famoua Catholic cuuveot established nearly 100 years ago by a UuBsian prince named As the party were leav ing the village a large crowd of boys ran alongside the carriage and cheered the and he acknowl edged the compliment by removing his further along the road the carriage passed a ragged urchin on foot and the occupants were aomewhat amused when he made a mock salute and Harrison I On their way the president Bug gestel that they get out and gather some wild ft i and all obeyed with alac Upon tbeir return the president thanked Ward cordially for his en and insisted that he and his wife take dinner with Jones of gave a tea this afternoon in honor of the president and bis family Tbe president received a private telegram early In the afternoon predicting the success of the cnn tinker in Maine by a msj rity of He evinced interest in the election and remained at hta cottage until late in be recording moat of A Suoh the Charge Against Oomrais slonor Raum IB Proven to Tho Evlileico Before the Investigating Committee Yesterday UleproTcs ill of That Gentleman Attempts to Cover HI0 Defeat In a Oloml of Kast Up by an Attack Upon a Private Attorney Lemon Upon the Wltnead Uompletcly Kxoucratofl tbo llaum in vftBtigatiou was resumed to and Lemon was called to tbo He read a prepared which was to the effect that the first did not con cern He hud nothing to say as to the second which refened co lie said that ho hud known lUum for twentyfwo Hio financial standing was and his en luraora were men of So when be wanted money to open up his mining witness endorsed two of bis one for and one for which was subsequently ex Respecting the charge that witness se cured undue advantage from the com pleted flies be aakl that the com pleted flies order was not novel in prin but that it bad been tbe practice of the olHuo for yearn to war da the end of a flacitl year to pick out such completed and dispose of That bad been done by Commissioner U was a wlsd Tue charge that Commissioner Itium had given him any unduu advantage in the completed flies order was uu uuijuulllled and luituoruiore it wuiau Ue au absolute ini possibility tor tuo commissioner to favor Ha cuula njt do u 11 OB He Lemon dauisd in broaden terms that tuo urUor wita anked fur ur luteudeU 10 apply to lim case or in any munner to vur mm over other it general rule against which nothing uouid be Bald except Iroin ignorance ur Witness bud never asked any tumg from Commissioner nor any oifiur commiSbijuer to Ue wuo no entitled as an Unfair 88 Mr Cuoparhad been he invited to come tu iuu office any day and examine ever cnsei and every Ue wanted uirn to come in duor like a mau clerfcu lity o le The meeting was unanimously n favor of a petition to congress ng against the passage of the bill in the resent They Inllut They Are report from the oat waa received in the stock exchange oday saying that rumors of the failure f the great dry goods firm of Far wall of this were current in the he cause of the failure was attributed y some to the alleged interest of the nna In the recent collapse of rovell of who was seen at his of ce by a emphatically denied le story which he aaa ma icious falsehood I cannot too strong y repudiate the said Far It is malicious as well as tid in the But tbe worst of it is that very often he more absurd a falsehood the morn m schievous it AU mercantile con erna rely largely for their success upon heir reputation in the mercantile world r security and sound financial a ool report of this kind that circu ited or published is calculated i do barm although it may bo nruB the worst it is that knowing the outers from which they emanate we are jowerlesei to stop Our only resource s to publicly deny it as emphatically and trongly as we can Was tbe deeply in the lankruptcy of Potttrr was Our transaction with Lovett o were never of such character or ex ent as to involve us In any way the ompllcations and troubles that have vertaken that nml not hunt up discharged That would obviate tne necei umlung boneless At tuu conclusion ol the reading of tbi papur Cooper cross examined tbi He asked what witnessfor tune to witness promptly re piled rnatiscoue ofyour and returned the flime answer to th uext question aa to the amount of hi annual Cooper then re turned to the attack by aakiug of wltnes u be had not been charged with forcing Coltaxa name to a Wit ness replied that he hod If tb committee desired to go into tbat h wished to be allowed to call witnesses us it related to a transaction twentytw yenrs lUum had first spoke to witneBB about money matters i January before he becamecommtsBione When witaesses proposed to make a order like the completed files orde wai under discussion Uepu y Com tuualouer Lincoln had obj acted tba its eilect would be to turn all th force out of office upon witnea but that was be Tbe completed files Oiderwa mad January 6th and witness th note January Did not then kno that the order had been Th order was not a subject of conversatio between himself and the commissions when the endorsement was Th effect of the order upon cases upon th ordinary files was as it re duced files in number to encourage a effort to complete Lemons testimony having beeQ concluded Cooper renewed his re quest for the production of the booka of tbo refrigerator asserting that they would tibow the refrigerator was a fraud and tbat the commissioner bad been manipulating from the pension ollice a Theoommlt tee would uot be doing Us full duty if it failed to turn the light upon that enter Conimleaioner Riuin said he was pres ent to anawer charges of official miscon duct and had done so The committee had seen tbe stock book of the He denied that the re frigerator was a Cooper knew that he had sold no stock to pen sion Tbe men who penned tbe lying articles knew they were lying wheurthey wrote There was a con B piracy in this city and Cooper which came in the form Press of Associated Appointed Park Proc tor has appointed as commissioners un der he recant order establishing Chickatuagua and Chattanonea national military Joseph P illerton of Alexander 8ewnu of Tennessee and Kellogg of the V Bavnton of Washing ton has been appointed us the assistant in his orical Debate ar ranged to postpone the six hours debate on tbe tariff bill In the senate until the conference report on the pre HUonck ai d will speak for the Hpublican and and Turpie for the Dam till 8 Kansas Warm er northwesterly becoming variable Balking tho KANSAS Kansas Scott and Memphis railway baa ssued harvest excursion tickets to points n its territory at one and a half cents a mile and one and a half cents a nile The rule heretofore with tbe harvest tickets has been to is ue them at three cents a mile for the ound If a purchaser of a ticket ocated at his point of domination he would sell the return This gave he Bcalpers a haivest on this class of To prevent ocalpini the Mem ibis route has issued the tickets at one and a half cents a mile the pur chase having the privilege of buying a return ticket at tbo same rate if tie does not All other linen which run these harvest excursions will doubtless adopt tie Memphis VILLIANS Another Attempt at Train ing A HIglit Expresg of the New York Central lUllrond Narrowly Escapes a Obitrnctloni Placed Upon the Track Din covered by u HrldKe Who fired Upon From Whon Be A ttompu to ttemove them Kngl neer Warned 111 rime to Kncae the Uloe to the erate attempt was made to night to wreck the fast Louie and Chicago ex which leaves New York on the dew York Central at 0 The train was stopped for a signal south of old nhich is 800 yards south of tho tfew Hamburg Two minutes previous the Iligman lad discovered several lies standing end ways in the curve near old and when he took hold of one of them to re move it be was fired upon from tbe bushes on the east side of the xuowing that the fast express was nearly he ran southward and set tbe signal which stopped the The flagman said the ties stuck up above the rail and would certainly have thrown the train from the The last train was composed of seven or eight Bleeping cars and two ordinary oaches and a baggage There were eight ties on tbe up main There wete also two ties placed alongside the rail toward the south so as to ditch tbe The trnla passed here half an aour Lands In United Stiles commissioner of Indian left Chicago this evening on a tour of inspection to various Indian reserva tions iu the expecting to be absent about sixty Hsaid lavnheart ily in favor of dividing the reservation lands in severally the In We have the land to do it and the ladies now in the humor of ao cep We can give of the reservation lands 100 acioa to every woman and then there will be left acres for Morgan sard he was also in favor of tho work of secular education for the Indians of the national Tbo Atchlson annual fair of the Atchlson County Agricultural society opened today with h good at The display in all depart mentais theflneat in the history of the The speed ring will be one of the principle features of the About fifty horses from Missouri and Nebraska are here and many more will come during the Thursday is Alliance day and will be a big day as the Alliance candidate for will deliver an Frl day ia The fair will close Saturday with an old settlers Closed tit The Kingman National bunk of this city did not opan its doors for business this and ia in the hands of a re This bank was the depository r r the county funds to tho amount of which was drawn out by the county treasurer a short while The officers of tbe bank are fine busi ness and gentlemen in every sense of the and the suspension of busi ness on the part of thU Institution is a matter of general as it ia likely to embarrass a good many financially for souie It ia thought the bunk will was lit lag break down The committee day by 6 lied used his LRiumVj tbe lying saw with tool to papers knew that the cuirgia a dismil and could not be sus and he wished to drag in other so as by hocus or hook tod to injure Hium He should rebt on his eeal and ref to have bis private dragged out by Cuoper insisted on the necessity for the production of the bonks us tbe beat proof of the and declared hat the commissioners testimony had been contrudicted by who had also told the minority membeis of the cnmmitteethat he bad not paid a dollar Into the The committee after a private consul decided that it would reserve itf decision upon the question until it hud an opportunity to ascertain the extension of its pTwera to com pel the production of private Tobacco Dealers In ronuoRl NBW leaf tobacco board of trade recently Issued a call for a meeting of iuiporter nf leaf tobacco to take action on the HoKlnley tariff bill Tie meeting took plies today and there wai a very large the largest houses in the being Qaraon president of the occupied tho The chairman x planed that it will ult in disaster to tbe trade if the HoKlnley bill ia passed In tbe present shape and it would be Impossible to get the merchan dise out of bond ia tbe time propoied by pay every The Kart IMYU Ex press in its weekly review of the grain trade aays NewEagUah wheat ia fair ly fixed for red and for foreiKu wheat fell a Bhilling ind fl mi U I Eurooenn wheat yield ii from quar making it necessary to import from levnn to twenty It U not cer tain the quantity needed can lie rtpring corn haa been very were Imports have lessened The cropn in liuesiaand Sweden are con sidered Want an Balanced Sapt meeting of the produce exchange was bud this after and about numbers and merchants present question f reciprocity was the matter before the A resolution was adopted that tbe New York produce excnauge as a body should urge congress to urge such acta of legislation or diplomatic nego tiations as would insure tho enlarge ment of the foreign market to American A Federation of Brother hood of lirakemen and Conductors held a closed meeting here yesterday for tbe purpose of forming a federation of on the Go ild Tbe body was in ses sion all but what decision was arrived at could not be Wloneri at cbeapiliead SIIEBPSIIEAO of todays races Lird Harryt Bobby Ben TUB IA Eighteen llodiei Token Out and Twenty Kevnn Stilt BiOKAKE only heightens the horrors wrought by thepremature of a blast in the Northern Pacific freight yards hero last At 11 the men engaged in the sad task of taElng out the mangled victims were forced to desist because among the rocks which were being cleared away were five other blasts that might be exploded in the task of remov ing the mass of debris that buried tbe Up to that hour eighteen bodies bad bean taken Of thoae tho fol lowing have been Henry Jacobin Heniy Ohsrloa Jfuelo Joseph John Cart Jumos Hoy Imkney Henry Jacobin Henry Isaac Uan Homer Olsen There are yet twentyseven men unac counted all of whom are probably buried beneath the mighty mass of rocks The fatality was The men wei given no for It was elthe instant death or slight Then were about 200 pounds of giant powde in the Tbe accident was caused by someone The man in charge of the blast and three assistants were blown u It is the custom to prepar blasts and charge and at the hour of 12 and G alter the men have loft work and gone to a place o to shout In this case how u seems that one blast had bee and the Me was preparing a sec The men had all Unishei jheir work were putting on tuei coats and picking up their lunchpail resdy to go to cneir homes after Uel days when hey met a horribl and unexpected Either the rock was too Dot from the action of the drills or else tamping expludtd tae second and that exploded the A man who was tamping paid the penalty with lia A man who was standing be ide one who was tamping escaped wiht slight although cubic feet of rock were hurled for hun dreds of feet in every An itner man who was the deadly and who was supposed to be waa seen shortly afterthe explosion in u half crazed condition walking around with bis clothing torn to men were working in a cut leveling off ibe ground for the new freight The cliff of rock on the aide of the cut which waa being removed was twenty eet The blasts are so arranged tbat the rock is thrown toward the Not anticipating tbe blast about thirty men were under the cliff when the blast A great mass of rock and iarth raised in the air and pitched over nto tbe burying the men beneath its awful One of them had time to out a few escaped in a miraculous manner Over 100 men were at work in the adjoining cuu and at once were n the scene of the terrible and began with pick and shovel to hunt for be buried From all oner the tiuge mass of rocks groans and nbriekx and the air waa filled with borri bie noises and the appeals of tbe wound eil and Asborthalf hourandall was still exceot for the autioning them to murder the banker f ier night and then rob him to nvold SUB Iclon of any other Ttto illl be continued The worn n Is obdurate and refuses to betray the ealtby A GIT OR A Matrimonial Arrangement by Mall that Did Mot Mc Jillonof Hayed Ellla as Just gone through another humlliat ng experience Some time ago her ttentlon waa called to the advertise of William a young armer of Logan this who tated in cold type that he earnestly de red a Alien McDillon is well xed in tbe good things of tbis nd earnestly desired a A orrespoudeuce pursuance arrangements reached by she ame to Springfield yesterday to meet Miss appears to be bout 30 years though not a IB apuraouot apparently nubstan ttl character and wigert ia about fairly good ud showed the appiovtd signs of beinf n ttident It seems both of the arties to the proposed matiimonial con act indicated satisfaction with the ar and it was agreed tbat the carriage aaould take place yealerday Early iu the morning Swigert accom anieu the expectant bride to a jewelry tore and directed her to pice out what vcr she wanted wntle he went to ank and draw tbe cash to pay the he selected about worth of things elightful to the fuoiale eye and nu next made come purchases in an ad imng dry goods paying for tbe out her own Still the air young f aimer from Mount Pulaaki id Noon but he d By 3 oclock Miss Mc illon had become convinced that was a guy deceiver atd brough tbe Intercetaion of persons who ntertsted iu her case shi vas enabled to exchange the goods had purctiasi d for the Last night he for Kansas wbeie she cx iecta to stay a few and then go to saying ahe did not know bow he could pottsible put on a brave euough aco to go back to Uayes City if the ttory f this tule of treachery should ever hap ien to reach Swigert has not been Been in tbe city ince be left Miaa McDillon at the jewel y It that before Itavinp hebote fur the jewelry store be hud paid lilu leaving hers A CONVIoil Ie Wantn HH ilelr to file Hur lorml MAINE IS ALL Reed Roelooiod by the Largest Majority Ho Ever State Urea a Largor HnjorUr Than in Any Off Year Since The flnrrlRon anil Protection to American lor Itenelve ft Handnome Indorsement lu tbe Old Ptne Tree ntnteDetalle of the Democracy of and Ihoir the Outlier at Wichita to OOor Up Sacri Manly of the Republican state commit tee sent a dispatch to President Oarrieon as follows Maine gives the la gest Ite mblican majority since and a arger mojorlty than given in any presi dental contest since excepting Governor Burleigh is re elected by a majority exceeding Speaker lleed IB reelected by a the largest he has ever re exceeding Boutello and Hilliken are re elected by msj irities ranging from to The Pine Tree state endorses your administration and remains firm in its advocacy of pro ection to American industries and American Reed Great Me 8 owns give Burleigh Thompson scattering Burlciubs plurality Tbe same towns in 1898 gave Bur eitth Putnam Bcattering Burltighs plurality rlvunty towns give Hwrt Frank Haedii plurality Thtsame in 1888 enve Uwtl Emery Reeds plurality 1 700 Sept owua give TtioniM 773 scattering BiirlsdfhVjiltttfcUty chapter IB to be added to one ol if tbe most sensational oases in the his tory of West Counsel for Von now aorving a life have taken tbe initial steps to to Ba ker waa throe years ago one of the lead ing educators of WeBi lie married the daughter of Eliza Mc a wealthy They did noi live happily and Baker waa accused uf conspiring to secure their One morning neighbors found and her daughter muroeiui in their They bad been killed with an being literally hacked to the murderer had then carried Bakers body through three rooms and laid it on her as if to create the impreeakm ahe had died and then partially undressed tbe woman and placed their night clothes on them afterwards ransacking the but taking who claimed to be absent when the murder was arrested and tried On bis first trial he was sentenced 1o and on tbe second to life im The two trials lasted six months and coat the state Bak ers attorneys are now trying to establish bia claim to tbe property as tbe closet living The case will bebit erly It hlnaen on whether his wife or motberinaw died The towns in l888gaVeBui Putnam Burleighu One hundred and twpni7 tnwns give Burleigh Thorn peoii taring i Burleighg Tho towns in 1888 gave Putnam B irleiBha Fortythree of fiftythree towns in the district Rood Frank scattering 45 ReedV pluraliv 473 The in 1888 gnvo Kaed Emerv scattering 350 Heeds plu 813 Ooo i undrpd ond fifty towns give Bur fllnrk 000 Lint timo Burleigh bad Putnim Cushing 844 Republican plurality NOtlll two years ago a Democratic gain i f RrjolcluiF Over Heedii The total vote of Portland For B irleigb son Clark For Reed Frank Husaey Pro 77 Four Republi can legislators are and one the latter on account ef local in the city ov and a big meeting was held In the with an address by under pick In with the light of lanterns worked lateintothe night removing dead MB8 StrofNVV ON Bhe Offered LU Have Banker of NEW Ran alias McQinty was put on trial here to charged with tolcltlng one Sim Kissinger to murder Banker Kissinger was the only witness cilled to He said that laet Hay be received a letter from asking him to call on her on important He did when she offred him 500 If he would murder tbe pres identnf the first N alocal She would not give be nameo the principal hut said a wealthy friend of wanted it held several meetings with bebKingaocompanivd tbe last time by a who wai in troduced aa his The woman again offered the at the tame time There is great rejoicing tbe result of Reeds the of publican the Young Mens Re from a large portion of the cities and towns in tbe Second show that ex Gover nor Dinalnv is rn eleotsd to congress by nearly majority over Demo A Maryland hae a juicy inoisel In the elopement and marriage of Wllliatt Sullivan Dlmp and tbe exLuebsnSof Minnie he society with Marie P a dashing wid w o and Dimpfel had been separated for some but until tbe publication of the marriage notice this morning the divorce had been a secret of which societyhjid been in Holliday ia the daughter of who be onga to one of the oldest and most tocratic families in the Since the death of ber about two yeas Holliday haahcnu living at the parental at E about tteenty miles from the on the Phila Wilmington and Baltimore road Her husband dlaip jearf d sudden In u few days afteiward his dead liody was washed ashore i the Ie not found out whether it was an accidental death or Tkea qiiintance between Dlmp Mand Mrs Holliday prior to the elope ment was only of one weeks 1 bey bad met at the bouse of an elocu tionist and became enamored of each oth When Trimble heard nf tbe state nf niTiIra that hs would ehnot Dimpfel if he appeared on bis Tbe arrangements for the elopement were quickly made add the pair slipped i ft to where they were mar rind on They came hick to Bal tlmornon Saurrlayand took the bnat lor Dlmpfels quiet farm on the eastern KauBHB of the delegates to the state Democratic conven tion are on hand ajd many am here for he roaubtulsgion The leadi ng appear to favor Qhck for candidate and resubmiadon are pressing tne cjVims of erQov A Glick willba temp chair Tbe resubmisnionlsts will select Junta of Qreat Bend for temporary chalr Heetlnicot Wabath ST annual Rof the itockhnlderi of the Wioisa Hallway company will be here to statement nut of with a surplus re patninge of the ioclud ing the Louis and San Francisco rail way and onebait of and Pacific for August Orou IncreaM Fire at few before noon today a bolt of which descended from an almost clear struck the large building at the corner of Eleventh and State In which la located the offices of the Pennsylvania Railroad com The building waa soon ablaze and wa entirely gutted by Qreat dam age was also done by waer and a large number of papers and old records de All the clerks ea but were sevoml narrow from HiilroBil business in tempo rarily The loss U One Majority last nlgbt Judge Richard Field rendered a decision in tlio famous elcctir n contest wherein John Cartels colored elec tion on the Republican for coun llrnan of tbs First waril was contested uyTbomas Oibbona Judge Field de cided tbat the circuit court had no juris diction in the uml Cater should remain in bis sen in the council Carter was elected by one on is rag Ing In the Chtrlott mines and work haa been The flro broke out terday from f that put If Uitmes are not toon Htiogulshed great lou wl bn t grand circuit meeting at Hompdea park Marrle won the trot Autmiraph ieo coad beet 32 The 238 trot won by Oaeliea   

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