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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - November 14, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                DO YOU MT Call at the and liaiu you can id i 1 ftf HIT NEWS STTBSOEIBE The Daily News ADD FRIDAY NOVEMBER THE OLD Home tho Mocoa oi IJomo uratlc of tlm Anniversary nf Allen Tlivtr nf 1ron BUMU All yarni of the unltoil BUton IHrtlolimte in tho und Ilnmiaol at UhlDKxPrenlileut Utovnr OleveliKd tho Chief Speaker of tho Upon the na yndar which to tho civilized world marks tho cycle of 18th of November recalls no nignidcant historical viut to Uio nomocracy of Ohio this date iftBioni us indeed to tho DRUIH racy of nation it has iww with tho torin of Thurman tliu fluy A lion tho Old Kamac ot lie Utioareyn first tlio tho Democrats of tho nation with tse of Ohio twlol at rbo Columbus home f old tha anniversary ot tlie jvsrt which grwo tiio party ami o thi nation tho inau whoe distinguished sir have mftlo Jus miuo iv watchword or JtfTjiiion o in the eventaof the has bacoiuu varitaljlt of Tothecity tuiirketl ho rbinic tfeuius of thoiidistinguished leader tc iLocKy whiiti yaa ttaectno of his later contest ultimate theDtimo ratn of the country at large Kt jtedto pay homagn to tiio Ohl Itumau ii the All day Allen Thurman as ft affection which but few ctatasmea huvi over enjoyed aaler thij acknowledged roiiremuat from ue arena Tliia this afocttou ho haa received in the od fashioned wan nl f ways hi loading liud ti high or leader nr eo ha hau extended with kiudly geaifil ot His beon the mon wholiiivo lelt thtir iinprcBS unor the atiiTuo ivni perfected under tho hauilu at ijuiUiiUd were a marvel of imposing Noticeable and appro priate onecni of the hall were tho btittely statues of Thurman and Cleve done in crayon portraiture while the Old Ilomana body appeared in the colon of ths club hung nbove the center of the speakers table nnd over the chair of the maator of Aa ourly aa T oclock the banqueteru be gan to arrive and take their geate at the It was Juut when exPresi dent Cleveland and J uugo Thurmim an terad thu They wore arm In ho expresident supporting his vener able who further assisted by a walked slowly up the The limping gait attested the inroads his old the has made upon hia vigorous A mighty cheer went up from a thousand throato ia the audience caught sight of tho two ilia tluguinhed guesta of tho and this cheor waa prolonged and thrice re peated fie htprocession reached tho uppor uiul ot tho Pur u uiompm only did the distinguished couplo it was na they leachnd the riicoptiou room whun they turned upon the assemblage cad hosed gravely their tho Following the president and Judpo Thurman as they entered tho rcotpUon had been recorvpd the coming spocnhoii of ovrnlng You havo gladdened tlm heart and brightened tho toot steps of nu old your devotod in hia descent of the hill of when ho has almost reached its May God bloas you ia hin earueGt The speaker then on to relate many personal recalling the varioue historic scenoo ha had taken putt in or witnessed and the various men UK had In conclusion he said ho noticed in one hie town papers the suggestion that in 1802 ho bo made tho Democratic nom inee ot his party for In thia connection he desired to say that he had not authorized the suggestion and knew nothing about whence it Be wanted to say that he had beenaufllcient ly honored by his party and he neither nor desired any further honor from itthan friendship good At the conclusion ot Judge Thurmana three cheers warn proposed und given wHhgonil will lor Old Toattuwster Outhwaito in intioiluc iaex President Cleveland oaid lu our guests for tho evan iuj wo have had a fine of the product ot in TlitTB IB hero this evening an American of all regard laen who has eomti by invitation of werp AIlcu tho but hab ion nt tho Okl gladly to participate in commBuioraiing Don Dickinton and he ran oi tboKCBptiooco Aftcra tint grsmt und then tii enterc took cojtrai table tiio eecretiiry peakero 1 the hall at tbp that t the ovenlDft took It at thia of Cheer alter cheer from the enthusiastic audi ami ovoty man fiom liia seat and bandana handKorohief in of the Old dignity itit Thurman bowed to iiis one frantic admirers and Urovwi1 did Hkewiau uscheova the rent Tho buna Star Upangkd Banner until Uic sank into uj honoring the annivorbary of thebirth or hiidiar and who ia himtei t line un cxamplo of that which wo most proudly claim in tho highest American which from thief magistrbte his paity forward far us ho Eiibmittcd gracefully to io feat and chforrully loft his high dfilcw ardjoiueil the ranks of tUo of thii to bo toiler with CUeat The nex toaot IE Oitbenahip iu YUIA cfill fur tho iiulionce onna took up tbo aug Lootios aid ioud calin were mide fcr the arose iif cheer wout up ttiri aid were waved ns on and ull remained Mid the iniuquet rfcMcnt and I oicw Aicouf tliosB eoaleiJ nt tno spoakeis j jht protaptinfta ot o haarthili of Jcvotion ciiblo woro Allen Qrover I tentlcr from iho He chainnan of mOBracy o New inundingB of an enforned Thrift und careful watchfulness of ex penditure among the people tend to se cure n thrifiy government and cheap and living on the part of individuals ought to enforce economy iu tho public men in of charged with the leeprvnaibility of making and executing our not only condemn but flippantly derlue cheapness and economy within the homes of our and when the expenditures of the government are reckless and we may bo sure that something ij wrong with and that a condition exists which calls for a vigorous and resentful defense of by every man worthy to be called an American Upon the queetlon of cheapness or whether it relates to individu als or to the operations of the govern the Democratic true to ita creed and ita will unalterably remain attacheu to our plain and frugal Theyare especially entitled to the watchful care and protection of their and when they aro borne down with burdens greater than they can tiro made the objects of ecorn by hard wo will leave ticir Aa the great Germaa reform instating upon hia religious convic in the preenRco ct bin accusers ex da1 1 can do naught Motel Cod help however others may dfarido uheapiioas tint poor ant frmal men arm women of our we will ntand forth in ilnfonfo their iniplo Americanism defiantly pro do ITore wo Thus tho s raised nhiithor our people suull he nee o lito at a aro aDharner to coufeBSOursoIvec in full sympathy with tint demand for cheaper cnaif we are not dlaturbed by the tiiut thia seoma secesianly to in volve a chiaptr mniior utidcc When of UKBV which invtvdep avory omo iu tne with higher hit and naaty gc aaO this ot cheap iii a batHti uf for cheap merchandise mei iinl cheup mon mean DARKEST Horrible Revolatlous oC tho Do of tho Bear And wiiau niry who haa beootua ati IB of a contrivance to porpotn partisan supremacy by outrugeoun iluu Hhu cry Cor chouyncju IH Atner It under ansplcub ot thr ui club oi OoluLibua that thcunnivcr ftry ol tho birth oi AUrn Tharaiia be aiiUro tay uvmy train hn to tao cipita 4 Ohio y M prominunoe from uocUunfioJ the United titsus uavli tonigueibe e2rrne cin be likoaed to no githoring us much as to u iitttioaul shapes the pjlicy Htui uf OJB oi tlie lirat co this moruing wiu Bi IretlUont Olayelind was nanied by Liamoni oi Kuw bin former private WAS uccoriled aa welcome by who had gwh at the depot to tils and throughout the day ho Bbared with Judge Sherman tho felicitation the Democratic lenders called t j heir A8 HOMI ao the espied him shouts went up ana the uame Cl8val4iil tnkyn up as a refrain by the Voac PaDclemoniuu for the time acemcd to brokou tho ex pretidsat came from tlio car he raised nU hftt and ihen another about went up and long line formed nn either side through which the dts tinguiahed guest A committee atooU just outside the depot to receive the This committee ccnbiateu of Governor iul The noveruora carrUgo was atio in waiting and the Kueetd go in be carringo and wara driven direct t u tii capitol where they bicdmotho ot Gjf uruor Both Cleveland and Laruonc were in ei cellent spirits and the breakfast party an exceedingly ploseaut preliminary upsning to tho muro elaborate entertatn nisnto arranged oresident ohatted pieuaantly on political mattera and general At 11 ucluok the president pioceedvj to the Capitol and at tho goveruorii ofllco met in friendly greeting the diminguiahed irlaiting ttateamen from all parts of the Tnited At uaaa presidential aalute of twenty one guns nred in tho state house yard in honor of who at that hour was holding a puplic reception In the executive From early morning the cor ridurs of the state house word thronged with people and hy the opening of the reception every hallway und room was Toe remurku often hemd made by men while ahaktog hands with Cleveland We will make you president again You will ba our next The ex presldenispop ularity eceiued ty tie gieiter with Democrats than ever He looked and wasevidently feeling A number of tho tllnioguUhiid public tnnu of the nation called at tho governors of flCB between fl and 11 At thebitiquet to night the decorations perfected utHcr urtistio hands of qualified workmen were ft marvel of im posing At tho conclusion of the reception the Capitol the expresident drove to the residence of Judge Thurman and con gratulated him on tha anniversary of his 7ih He assured the judge that Democracy of the cation were rejoiced at his continued vigor and hoped might yet be spared runny yeara of Judge replied that no years ot future Bets of hia could possibly ia cresee the warmth of the congratulations which he had received to dny from all parts of the United and that he continually asking hlmsolf whether his services had really been such as to wVProm Judge Thurmana residence Cleveland returned to Governor Camp bails mansion where lie and a few ot hla moitlntimatfi friends werasntartained nt luncheon at 8 tha banftuot tonight the ileoot At the conclusion c ti3 thoT Uu assembly WHS W fiud Wi IUIVB with un tho young mon with their artlnr tha old meu aua traditions from JyiliLiton funi and hav wilt tbet niiicr wlio the American triunivoruta of Democraiio applausv who nui dcnn more thuu wuy othor Aratii to itialull into the lioarta of tho peoplo tin oppioclfttici vf tho bacredueao rod holiueiB oJ oath or public oillce that who not only proved thai he ratlar be ripbt hut no has boon liiavo enough and oaotigh to iu bo ot the aiiil not of a puny or Cheers j Nctinor the queen of the cm I peror ot nor tbeewr nil tho nor the king ot the unror of the cuar oC Aisoricau can confer upon him uttlnnl nhow tin iibility tvnd Words unt there EO EO expruspivo oJ hin honor ns own Pro longed cheere and Juage in the pteaemieami the dignity if the your eutntiplasm seeraa great bear in mind are in the presence ot herolo WD ore belsoldiog tho sunsotcf a Itfothal is dropping low upon the west Mnhorizgrugoinjicdawft in a splendor magnificence thut would have been ton honor for A o a Ciumr eald aHow ma t to yon one whJ Ii lilted to cf Wo conteu ovory to his fatm f I will cot refer t oher o I iUy import from similar I mviith with recalling most Vouug Uirl Oltcu to That tliR UoTllish Scuncs Might be UoKltKttriiiiii snood by and Saw the Tuor Vrnatnre to tho Right anil tho Left for but Xxielc In Aggad Farrau iHevenla tjauae of tbo Uorrorn That Pell to the Lot of Na publishes the full text of Assad Farms It U written in bad English and the or iginal is written in Assads Autjail commences by explaining that he waa obliged in London to contradict hia account for certain especially be nauso thp committee dif not desire him o mvoal He proceeded to describe how Birtte lotofjor Stanley lot finding foud employed armed Houdaneso to attack uuighboring bu found thorn Ilo tliuii rcnouraa to capturing women aud demanding foud for their Bonny did the name Tho women eacaped Thia caused iu the niitlvea cash Ue further relfttea how Bartteiot daily ordfired the man to be giver twentyfive hundred variotiii of icuces He describee the arrival of uud iiegotUtlons with 1lppo Ho opeaku lu vigoroua terms of the stealing ot of the thievea being given one hundrertor more laahea The major tho punishment ti be niopptc but a tow days later the victims weru iieavii Thia trealrneut was continued for two When Hie victiino were putred and he for a week aud gave after which the pumtlv of marching in the Bun was fhi1 men finally but were cap UifHl attcr throughtheoitering 01 a rew wro phot despite aome Wail and Troupn teturu wiLh ample supplier from their visit to Tippo with a message to hurry to a ho sajn Ward having ovorylhiyg they ntitart wlili tho life nt Yara J o tno icau wa acornfuily hin huczio were dlslacliailto apeeiU dons UCicata tho dully brought pie Vuliti food which ttay exchanger far cloth rctttclios tinJ vho nativee i fish while ho mcu lie Tho VMlicoil lo woro iiuarving und i Whtir WLC thrt I licciiuso hia career eplencjidly iiluii tiatLi tio beat uiid olerrajiig chiULiCtor nnc belongatoall hia It s fitting that tboeo who in our dtstitiy ai a who jaiievo that thoroare uoblo tMnge buloit dlaticstively tn our as a people ami who trt Jw true worth pure American thould gather hero It ia given 113 tj iie lugheat the most un yielding and disinterested devotion to the interoEta ct tho and the in tho nnao t f cauutryfc all of which have been timulatcd accomplished through the aail inipulEe o uupervetf sturdy We rejoice in the erampln afforded on thia occasicn of iijj for but trs was the oocaaiLu The onmn became ft uisapueis tiJoorablu officers tionoc Auiericau were they likely in do that they AtW witii topcru of stoiilu hBt opithoia j jianlBja death and the getting ot Tip In ia haid to ipatiently w we anH TippooV icternreeractiviosityto witneae canni people Tfco man oonaulcpd with tho otlowiBR blindly patii of ond fold Jamiaonhe Lad better Ihoy bid beec witu oat n paid BIX I uonal prejudint they had boon cajoled I A aricau revealoi to us aa safe and infallible interpreter of duty in all tho emergencies of a Jong and honorable public uud aa ns unfftiiing guide to uaefulneas and la thin ijreponno and in the atmosphere of those refloctiona not miss the lesson ihoj commend to nor fai to our appreciation of thu value of Uiie revive our npprs Ueusioa r tho aentiments and cohditiona n wiiich it baa ita rise and And first of iili ahould b profound ly grateful thftt the elements wuich niako up viiior of American are oo uatutally related to jy ami BO The in monarchy which taint the in dividual character of the Bubjtwl the sjlerdor which thfi popular oye aud uintracta tho itttautiou ubuaea Then simultaneously people rose to their md the toast mister concluded To the long life and continued happiness of our IA applauae wuioh had gtortoi thf toast wua renewed us tho Oid Rimini rose to It swelled from ap plauea to from a wild accent to denfening and as one thousand handkerchiefs were waved frantically iu the air the scene was one that would have swelled with prido he heart of any htituin but the Old Hun waoie rnideaty hasevsr bnen n orowiug U was five nrnutes be fore the ovation which greeted the subsided nufilclently to enable Judge rtiurmanto The Uspiruiiou of he his missive frame to iBjtoin its old time vigor and forget tiug hla recent ilneB8 he ntood like a proud sachem oa ho In tuo coiirao or hia Thur man euid he desired to express in a bis heartfelt appreciation of ths honor done him on this occasion und to thank with his wholo 8ful his neigh fellow cf and tlintiDguiahed gentleman from abroad for their marks of frlendebip and Be was he at the age of 77 nble to ripeat his teatimonv of hia confidence in the beneficent of free Institutions and hia firm belief in ihdr duration on this continent and their extension over other and larger pnniona ot the In his seventy years ot observation he hud Been his native land increase seven fold In popu lation and to a greater dngree in wealth extent of and in the well being and prosperity of the In years tha constitution of nuarly ewry govurnmrmt in Europe had been iurated by more libnral Hore marvelous the light Beamed to be breaking over benighted to awaken her from her barbaric sleep of ho continued was gradually circumventing the proud thought for the navigator is our own the plain people cf the land are rulera Their investiture of power iu only ac companied with the conditions that they ohuula love th Ir that they should jealous its in leresta and fair and that all the in telligence with which they are endowed be devoted to the understanding of lie necda and thn promotion ita wel Theae are tho elements of Ainoticau and these are the oonditiona upon which our free institutions wore i toour in full nt tto beginning aod firall upon Amerioau consecrated by the highest and purest A country Droadaad to be uui dued to the purposes ot mana itcd promimug Via auti ind6Deudnis ro audu pooploiiielhgenUj under the value of a free nation and holiiiag fast to an intense aflaotjou for ita hint iry andiM havri hud much to do with moulding our Ainaricau char acter and glvin i But nhotiid ho that the iDlluonca mors Shan all other has modH our people safe deposi taries of ijovertimental and which hia furoished the onreat guaranty of the strength und perpetuity of thn has its source in the American Hera our patriotism ia burn and its If with tbn growth of filial and hero our children are taught the story of our freedom and Hal above here iu the bracing and whole some atrnosphara of uncomplaining fru gality and the mental and moral attributes of our people have been tlriuly knit and Ncvnr could it bs Raid cf any country so truly as of that the permanency of its atittitionn ilepnudfl upon its I have apokeu of frugality and econo uw aa important factors in American I fldil no fault with the accumulation of und urn glad to see energy and ontfcrpriue reteivejheir fair But V believe tbntour government in its nat money by appeals to Ali theso thingu led tip to their final be trayal to satisfy the demands of those who had nupplind thofuurt r their cor This betraynl was ardit wuii to deny or conceal tho act that the pretended relief tendered to the people ia fulfilment of a promise to lighten tho burdens of made by the party entrusted with tho wag n Bchetne to pay the dobts in currad liy the purchase if party wliilo it further increased ihr Ishmcnt of Vhi The ueople woro at laas demanded aii had bean taught for one hundred years thai iu the distribution nt benefits their gov eroinont should be administered with equality and They bad learned that wealth not indiepondble to re suoctftbillty unrt that it did not ontitle ita poasesBOrn to especial government Humbla men wilh in comes bad beeij encouraged by the in and tha spirit of our to practice economy tint frugality io the end that thoy might enjoy to the utmost the rewards of their The of the American home was EMU about In thoir simplicity theyknew nothing of new dispensation which madecheapneEB they still loved the cheap coats of Lin coln ind and hundreds of their countrymen whom they held in venera And thus these unsophisticated unconscious of their wrong demanded tho redemption ot par ty pledges aud for in order that they might provide the nee easaries and comforts of life for them selves avd theif families at tho lowest The luadara ot the which was caught in tlm set of robbery and which was araignad by the people for a viola ion of SIB were forced by their sad predicament to a desperate io attemptto reverie the currentot true and diacreditthe most hon orable eentrmmtn balongingto American ware tho disgraceful tasks of thoee who insulted oar people by the an nouncement of the doctrine thattodeairc ehoiipncca waa to love nnd tj nraciico economy and frugality wus un Thus do wo plainly see that when the path pointed out by pitrintismand Amer ican citizenship la fora iken by a party ia for schemes of selflahneos aud for unscrupulous coanpiraciiii tor partisan its courpe inevitably leada to tio jnst neglect of the interests of the entire psiversioa of the mia fiion of Republican in to the mort impudent and insult to true American Benti It cannot be denied that political events in the plat have gone far toward encouraging arrogant party Every thoughtful and patriotic Ulan has times been disappointed and depressed by the apparent indiflmence and demor alization of But such reflections havo no pluce in the felicitations of This Is a time when faith in our countiimim should be fully re TU noiee of a political revolution is still beard throughout the Und the people have just demonstrated that there is a Omtinued on laii Tippoo and tho chief ordered the girl to be taken to the native Jameson himself nit with Maacuda preeented to him by and many others The man who hud brought the gulsaid to the There ia a present from a whito who to oee her eat girl was tied to a natives Bharpeaing thoii knivenoneof them stabbed hor twice in the She did not hut kaew what would looking to the right and loft for When siabbedshefell The natives out picceo from her qorno took the breast und othar portions right to tho othern took the entriali to tho river and washed Jarci jon a the meantime making rough eketolies ot the horrible Than we all returned Jameson utterward went to hia he finished tia sketches in water Taero wero six of all neitt y Tne flret sketch of the girl aa she wiw led to the second showed her itabbcd with the blood gual ing tiom tho The third bhowoa htir The fourth showed a man carrying a leg in one hairl aod a knife in the The flfta showed a with a native ax and the head auu breast in hia The mau with the Jameaon BhOAcd tbeae mauy uUetchen to all the Atead then describes the offlcera going to Stanley Falls at the end of He tells ot auger ut the quarrel of Cantelot with Bellm which dHayed the and of the anxiety both to seek or discover whether Stan or in as Uartellot f aid if he could relieve from imprisonment he would become b full colonel when he returned to iam Atsod details the trouble aa ex perienced in regard to the carrying of und then tolls how Jameaon Bhowusi his sketches of tho cannibal Bcoaes to The Utier BUrprised that Jameson showed such a eight and consulted natives with a view of gatticg a confirmation of Jame conii waa proud ot the tkecbes and ebowed them to all the those of the etenmerti from tha but contradicted himself in describing tho eceooto Truis ftno In concluding his statement Aaand iya the camp was Jameson and Birttalot on oue while IVoup and Bonny were on the and all were afraid of Besayahe lacks time to remember other stories but be promepo a full account in tho future if Bonny makes a further statement to the tff ct that the cannibal Incident was the cause of the death of Jameson npd He ssyn that Asad told the CJoogOBtftto authoritiea of the incident and indienant and excited over tho forced Araad to make an af wSlch was sent to becoming aware of took full notes in his and when he ur the vintage where he waa he was vn a terrible state of excitement and fearinn that it the mat became known in Europe be would lose hit He said When it bfuojnet known that one ot our men did this awiul I thall be blamed Bonny Violent aa he had been before the major had never so utterl lost control of himself as I asrrlb his wbich caused his to this The cannibal incident was unquestionably the laat and I think bis mind must have given way Jameson alto became uneasy and hurriet to the coast today to stop the report reaching or at least to accom pany it with a denial or an explanation I believe hie anxiefybrought on the fever that killed I cannot doubt tho truth of the story wbich he related to f ul and He was an onthuiiastic He accompanied the expedi tion in search of novelty and adventure in every phase of savage He prob ably failed to realize the teriousness of hia act when he accepted Tlppoos offer 1 think it would have been better to ex cuse him on the ground of scientific tbusiasm than by a lame because it is well known that the eating of girls is Bonny relates incident of a negro securing the head ot another negro with whom the officers had been well ac Tho head was he when I was visiting Jame son she showed mo tho asking if I recognized I I havo shaken hands with him often She said that tho head comottmes emitted a disagreeable I you have a human The salt is not properly eliminated and the skin ii liablo to moisten in a damp Bonny siiya Ward declined ti nay any thing about the The Cologne Oaittte reportn that Shwemfurth savs he heard the Jameson story from the lips of Aesad Farran nncl IB convinced of Ita Jatnoson declined to join tho expedition because he found it was not to be confined to scientific ob and the government for tha eamo reafinn hnd withdrawn its The says Though the case ia ao we still recommend the public to ispond judgment ThK k Mnrltnt HUB Uoiumoil tun Hven Teuor it NVw stock mar Mt to while otillvery showed lesa excitement iu tho early and afterwards subsided in the ordinary with only tho usual Tho general feeling In the etreet IBS a marked change for the and the opinion of moat of the ilteri the street ia thai the objecta of influential combination of capitaliato which hive forced tha re cent lias been accomplished and with tho affecting of the rcfi rme in he fullroad business now there tvill come a general improvement in The late reaotlou from the low prices of two daya ago is regarded aa principally tho eflact of the covering of together with some buying by those who had thrown thoir hola inga ovor ou tho There wereno further failures or bank suspensions but the bears demou stmted the fact that they have not as yet gone into their and aro very much The natural tendency of prices to advance after the late severe drop whilethe lluctua iions were on a comparatively small scale they were in Borne caaes very though the final changes aro in moat caaes for fractional amounta THK MOBra U1VEU State of Mnlces a NEW Superin tendent of Banks Preatcn tonight made a statement of ths liabili ties and aaseta of tho North River ahowing a nominal surpiusof Ireaton in auhmittlng this statement eaid that it had been hastily and pOEsibly mine alight changes might bo made when it waa was certain that there existed no largo obligations of individual directors the ID hia opinion the cauae of the trouble was because the bank hadnt kept a large enough surplus on hand to do business When Preston had prepared his with Mr the president of the went to thu clewing where they met Oinnon and Parkins of that instiu and submitted to them the atatementtor their With out examining the securities the men arrived at the conclusion that the bank was Preston then returned to the bunk and took formal BKIUOIM Brreforill FlBht Between and Ann Arlmr ANN 18 serious row occurred here last night bstween the etudentn and a company ot While treating one of their comrades to a charivari in honor of bia yes the company fired a salute which ottracted about to the When the company moved oft the stu dents fell in much to the annoy ance of the company aud exwporation of who ordered the company to cbarua the Then ensued one of the fiercest hand to hand conll cssevu witneaaed the mtlkia uaing tbeir musket el jb and tho students sezltm anything aviilablo as The in jured are and one fatal result jist Irwin eorj of V L Danniaon of died at an early hour this morning from injuries re ceived by being struck by a Opened the emperor opened the diet of PruseH In from the throne opening the Beasionhis said that in view of the friendly relations of Prussia with all foreign which rolatlona have been further Mrengthened the country could look forward with confidence to the ther preaervation of The speech announced that bllla would be In troduced for a reform in for the rrganizwion of principal ana for the establish ment of elementary It affirmed that the finanoVa ottne kingdom are in a satisfactory Wntttwr THE CRONIN MURDER3 An AJlosou Oonfeaafon Revives in tho tlic the Intention Merely to tinDoctor Hot Caantr Coald Sot From Killing HlmITo WM OuUlcls the Oronln Wii lanldo of llt Tlte Storjr In In IlcllBhle purports to be a statement from Iceman OSulliran regarding hin connection with the Cronin as told within the past faw days to an intimate whose name is not will ba published here OSulhvan is represented as aajinR thrt ho was in ignorance of any intention to kill tho having been repeatedly assured by Coughlin that tho purpose to Cronin and him for dooumenta which wcro valuable to tho Irish and of which Cronin was treachetoualy in liurhe Cooney and the statement woro in tho Carlson cottage u lie doctor drove but OSulilvnii not liking the way But ko and Cooney and fearing trouble would en went out of the stopping in the backyard for ft time un decided what to When the icoman innlly made up hia mind and returned nside the cottago Oronin waa lying on the lloor apparently it is now entered from the front and began kicking desisting only when OBullivati threatened to shoot Tho iceman then left the tla not claimed for this statement that tis a written but that ilia in verbal It haa been for several days In the mio of the Crouin NEAUlNfi THE Aottvn rroiintutloim Cor tlio KzofinCIun of lilrclmll a busy day ubout the Woodstock The heriflg offlcera wero early astir this suporintemling the erection of he and arranging other prelim nariea for the execution of which is to tako placo at 9 oclock to morrow Thomas who a to be arrived in town from Toronto this tested the caffold with Jho S0 pound although repeatedly urged by hia wife to make a full confession ou that memorable day in refuses ta her He sUll aaaette that 10 did not actually d tho but hia doea not satisfy de ire for a full Bod frank conluation of what tiAubpired after Uor uusbunil aud ienwell left Birchall spent everal hours in the doomed mann cell ast and it wan after midnight when liirchaHd spiritual left the Hia ministrations have had some effect on the but how much is only a matter for The Associated Press representative hare had conver sation with Wade elng asked if he thought the condemned nan had experienced a change of Wade was inclined to give an eva sive and after a be said ho acts nicely towards Will you with Birchall tonightT was the I expect to spend the night with I will algo be said the said sha will not be allowed to remain all It is learned the attorney will allow the body to be turned over to Bltchall for un un 8 For change in temperature tarUblo MANY Train Goes IhrouitU a TrMtU of after oclock last night the overland Southern Pacific passenger soutb went through end of a eng trestle over Lake niles from The trestle must lave given away as soon as the struck and the train and trestle all went down The engine was overturned and half burled in the and following this were the laggsge and express stacking cor and tourist All were torn to Engineer John fireman Jim Neat and an unknown man were Following were among the JackCrawfordthe poet brulaed Simuel of New York aids and back orjrilned Mrs and May dud of ttia Wilson of tijured about tbo KllswortU Bprwned Ivied of Ellsworth sprained led received internal ii Dr Jummuel and cf oth injured about the wtre returning from n trip around the IL of hurt 3 a traveler for tlie Vil irewiflg of Milwauke of Pjeacant Irjured nbout tlie foot United Ssoea minimi of UOSB leu probdWy and bidly jpjurcd It s feared be will The train carded over 100 pereonn narly alt of whom were more or less Bodlen WUAhuil bodies of two BVilora of the war ship Berpent have been vaehed ashore No bodien ot ofilcere uave yet been Xlodlea htlll In tlie la Ths bodies of moat ot tae vjc of the dinaster are un doubtedly in the Severn divers have left Vigo or the scene ot the dis Oppoaitluu to omout oj to Oordon iu the race toot tto United Btatea to night lected Oalhoun to oppow   

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