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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 24, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX DUNKIRK N. Y. SATURDAY. MAY 24, 1890. B REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. Bib LAM HOIJL BAXbHED. MURDERER KEMMLER WILL BE WIRED INTO ETERNITY A 1CW MACHINE fur ruling ill tin.la bUiiks 11 the lab- tit! 'o toe Department ot DankirklPnnting Company f 4 Coal 7 A Central Arenae. ..pponitt- Nickel Plate amioC All BTwic" nt Loa'> Lumber. Shingles ind Lath. Free CoraMimintenoe for wholesale ted. I) K. GirrOKll, :a ju.l iSS i enU-.ll 15. Artutie Inauintaneuus la ItOUK IKVINU I pnetur No B Se< on 1 Hour bu  k formica an 1 Dometttn f MIMKLIX tlTM. V street, Prnu.il horse ihnein. Ptrtiml ir ulUiiitl Hi to interfering Itorici -shoeing f u BrottiDK bunca a iiHjci.tli? Larxeat OailT An unequaileU ailv f imnt> EXJCMEEK1NU Formerly 4 Popple i La D rmerly 4 Popple ot Boiler Pulte 1 f era, eu, inf Work t o SHIRT CO, Jtf, in center street tun i >f Cromwell an 1 UunlLirk L on i i i I IL f in i ii ng itBil Iry g Hi ua  ank Che Supreme Court the Applica- tion for a Writ of Error and Ai cord- Injlj Kemmli-r Will HUTD to by of J Fuller the Opinion. WASHIM TON May 34 -Bj the decision uf the supreme cqjirt of the t nited the last hope for life afforded W llmm Kemniler was and he snll ict-orchnulv be eieiutxl in conformity with the new law governing executions In ork state The court was unani- mi us in denying the application Lhief Justice Fuller reviewed the case and severally went over the made by KrHimler i couwwl, and ondml by stat mg that the court bid no hesitation in laying that they couM not on the record pre'iented revenw the deciaioo of Che New York court uf appeals THE optviov The court reviews the history of the en u-tmeot of the law beginning with ilatpinent contained in the annual message >jf the governor of New York Jan tt, 188S The section of the of Xew V urk rrlmian to cruel and unusual pun Hhmenti also quoted This provision tad k- iriiou in act of parliament of dec Unuij the rights and liberties of ue MibjeLf and the succe.sbion of 'he crown UEI LARATION' OF HlhHTS This dei laration of sayi the ourt h wl reference to a r a ring ileath but the un -hnient t leith 13 not cruel uithln the im i i that word as Used lu the We have no hesitation m saying that thia we cmnoot do upon the record before as." order of United States dn_uit court which operated of in the Ke ram ler ca.se until the Cnited Statea sapreme court coald pass upon the constitutional questions to volved M returnable on tke third Monday In Jimp l understanding had at the time this stay waa granted was that Judge Wallace would vacate it m the event the supreme court rendered an adverse de CISlon The supreme court of the United StatflB adjourned airtil the October term THE PRESBYTERIAN CONFERENCE. Still Revision of COB- feaftlon of SARATOGA May the afternoon se-sioa of the conference yea- terdi} the  rler O. MATTESON Central Ave, >l t anhioo antt gentlemen I. STEAM HEATIX. I [actnren of 1 Sanitary it Special! Oar dpei taititM Fine Shir to, lo f tnjf reou io. Center in i LeDCral r P t .oila, Ac. LoUara, Trunio W (upa BiUTj! K'thed, H Covers MiCteii" jn t I 17 Eaat Thml atret t. Taihir. iieatiemin w fl i t it bure u> Jilioo roe baaing I> H, OK, X Lion street. Lejii.oila P-unw dappUeB, Oil Cloths, Lrran te Wttrv 1 tv nf dherwitWUhamsPa-'itano: Monnterao RLL1NO. jd bUuk le i a l kimtdof blanks looe at a and 1U fc, oml -I. R t 1 lur-1 i Hufl L'filfr in itruuiU- Marli.u r nggwig an I Bat Urns -ill jour si waU K and 'J tCaat Prota Wtiiuky. Wtnea Liquur tur j. M'KAT. Lion near tne J- Cem-ii Ave Lp dDtirrif, GeneraJ An i itful i At n tu buyiaa jtftanjr Iteal r. c. a-. I 75 fe. f bin! St., ror Markdt. Fresh, salt anil 1 lUJofceU I ATtl. oydUsrs AD l Poultry W W the Aurora ttatJroarf b a Jaty It. TUirrt SL f.lilnr. 1-t-nLnU REWARD I will pay Uie for CJUK. of Urartornplaiiu, or Coooveness wt cAAoutcare witb West Vejttabte tiverPiits wbea rtw a sin. Uv uomp'iwt with porely Vegetable, nerer fail u Cwuteti boxes- 0 filiB, iScenflft. Beware cmin 1 The jrfnuint- mian ybyJoHNC dohl rt u kirk, N T. r BFi -P NFW n c >t New held thar the m id i 1 in this ntixht be d.i i fi 11 u njsual bttau-e it new t> j it ir i xil'l u >t he to be Mie[ in liifht of that know] has rerttiin punish its b that, it for rh? Irijislar rut-H to in whit minutr of If uh should be ureU that act in the effort to a m >pe hnmnne reathiux th- result ri ir r n-ts were Ixjunil to ha. thn! tftol iturt wan of the u-ts i ri winch ir t ok acnoa an 1 that evitlr-m P Liken ihmule -tHture that coulil not be overrhrown Thev went further and the opinion that upon the eudeme rhe legi-liitiire had attained by the act rhe ob- Jc  the peticioner un drr the or rhe I nited Trtan i_ it jis an adjnuation chat I i te n r rrp umiint to the fedeiai rnp-t t "ion riii M u hi-non w is so pU alv nglic that net ju-n in til jwiag the w it apoa the njrouud iiidt eirur have supervened tbtMt Ui I- N RIoHTS uF riTUENS Fht f urtpenth anieudment did not rad iciiilj h the w holt- tiei of the relu f the st ite ind federal Jrovernineata tu the >et t V The same niay be at th -MI ie turn a te their health peace maraLs, i b" tmeni  f thute general rules pre )up of tii' le tfu-Utnn- of the srate of New i TK that it did not inflict r i unusual punishment md its ivp -sustained that deterrain itioo i perceive that tlie state his n 1 v a' '.red the of uumu aiaes of n pt i oner or depn veil him of 'ue jf v In onler to reverse the judgment of the ri_J rst u Jt the uf Ne v York we -h mid i e compelled to hold that it lia' eirtr so aa to nn mnt m law to i denial h> the state of process of law to oneacc'iawl AdminUteri a Reproof to Great Explorer for Hifl Frequent to English Lock fnter- Workincmen Appreci- ation of Dr a rtnident of Chicago, but a from fowa delivered a long address in the courw of which he declared that tin ul to-d ly he had been an anti re- niiuDitt He sud thit reviaioa was a very difhcult to do and he did not sure, that the conference would accom I plish it j Dr McClelland indorsed the position held by Vfr C raig. He waa followed by Dr Hemcit fohnaon who said the aasem bij was-40 near aKreetaeat that it would j be a wonder a sorrow and a shame if it did not come to it 'We nefd not fear the j integrity of the system will be disturbed W hen the overtures come before the 'ihurth if there is deviation from the Cal ranistti it will be promptly elim hi i ted [t is not poHHibte that the com miftee will undertake to impair the em of taught in confesuion Llder Torrey was for revision and nought the committee needed not do any hmif under Presulent Patton paper, but Mr Day paper ordered them to prepare overtures He thought the and revision ists driven in o a very small hole The committee should have a roving cum Dr Fbeuczer Erskme thought the movement wa.s safe He now wanted to bou to the will of the great ma- jority and was willing the expert but we mu-t not too confi- dent thit revision ot the i onfesaion la to be He that papers be committeil to a committe to port again Hon Ueorge b Graham would not cnsM revision He advocated Dr Patton'a tesolurion because hm paper would I the views of the Philadelphia brethren better than the paper of Mr Day Dr i Patton paper suited him us a moderate rev i-ioni'-f aUo a alvanidt and did nor ubjr rrey Ad journed at p m A VERSATILE bPcECH Mr E of Sub- at a Biuiqiiet hi Bonton v M tj 11_, Ii -pet rf Ik dub i 11 i it First t-- ti t PI tt 11 i e i t-r r i larkson u 11 t'.c t> L t u ind de- v.1 ire 1 th it ontrup1 and terrnnsm ware i in tjut i tu prevent the i-t 1 ire J pie from voting the Repubb can tu t twenrv five rears the s< nth h i f ie i ro do to the black m lu I he nil u now do him jua- tice Lle n Mr Clark-son nevt r> r jrh-'nud' i jn of tae est- tii u 11 n er ind at m f ei! th it it w as bad i tl e t ro general eceiio- mi< I IM-- o emroductiun JMjlation etc F irni 'n i s 1 be placed nearer to- LU i v u u, Ucunung more at- tru rbaii rl This account t r ni r t) e fin er1- troubles The faimei km tu ic t t waa hiB beat tnen 1 He woul 1 not be deceived by free tr ide arguments Mi 1 irk.sou dwelt next upon the labor queiti jn ind a verv optiuiatic view of it i nder the benehcent t Jtrufioa of piorectit D wages were up and hours iuj; iown Profit -harm r mid come aext AS the final s< lutioa of all questions between labor and capital Mr Clarkson then, turned to the question of cml service reform ind reiterated hw well known ob- ]e' ti to the pret-ent cinl service law J-very cituen ihoutd have a chance to -ervp tountrv should be no hfe- holdiutf m offi< e In conclusion 3Jr Clark on referretl to the newspaper (jues- tiun and that it waa owing to the pernicious activity of the Demo< r-itic during the Cleveland adjniuistration that we now tfnd Che ulatiou. of newspapers arranged that there are Democratic dailies in the country and only Repub- I hcan dailies that the Democratic dailies j have a circulation of J %0 DUO and the He- pnbhcan of only 1 500 000 that there are Democratic and only S89 Etepubhcan weeklies and that the magazines anpport lug the Democratic party have a circula, lion of nearly TOO 000, while those support Zng; th.e Republican party have than 100 000 circulation Mr Clarkson ap- pealed to to support Republi- can paper- aud not be led away by fads and isms into the support of so-called independent, but really Democratic papers. May 34 rebuke tered to Mr Stanley by Lord "-ilr-bury in hw speech at the banquet of rhe Men hant Tailors' company Thursday night basset the fashion in certain qaarten to indulge In disparaging references to explorer to an unwarranted While there la no doubt that Mr Stanley's frequent ar raignment of the Briton government press and public for rfaeir lick of enter prise m c onretipUnnjc sh advancement in the effect to detract from hw populanry it still true that hts -tru tnres were in the main justified by the but his manner and method have beei? and he wi'l be made to surfer for hw prw-unuption to ways scaaley through hia invaluable Mrvkes to uMluarunbaa hordes of friends and admirers who will adhere to him under all circum stances, it is unfortunately the f a< t that his overbeannj? manner and aastimption of supenonty have provoked enmity to ward him in quarters where it mout de- sirable that he should be regarded with favor His attempt to introduce African manners into English societj while en deavonng to direct English eufeii n-e into has proved a lamenral i1 f iflure English mauufacturer-i <1 n t with pleasure the rise, of a rival m rhe cotton manufacturing business it oloinhn in the inland of eylon where cortoa mills are being started with lu OOO sumdles tnd 130 looms soon to be extended Labor in Cevloa is rheapt-r th in in Iti tia, and far cheaper than in (rreit Britain while there is abundant law material at hand It is thought the new industry may become a powerful rival far the Asiatic trade A LABOR RECEPTION TO THE KAISER. The London workmgmen 9 tiona engaged in consideration of rhe matter of giving a gland 1 tbor reception to Emperor William of on the occuaion of his vwit to Emcluilm July The demonstration will be made in recog Dition of the efforts of the kaiser to amelio- rate the condition of the workmjrman in Germany and. his endeavors through the recent labor conference in n to spread tne benefits of hii work to the laborers of other Ad there us no opposition to the proposal the ocrnr rence of the reception is prm ticaily aa-Hmed The rerurna from the vanorn iron in dustnea in the uurtli of tnd -h an enormous im re of bo-mess and A general condition of pro'-pi ntv inwhuh the are sharing lu of rhe milk the wjjjjea of the workmen h e advanced and the remainder jt rhe fntin dnes, mines etc are preparing to follow the example thus set MONE-i FOR THE The various of who have lately visited the pope carnal to the holv father an it money appr i.i') oOO Of amount is iwi) came from f r mce JL10 tHK) from. Italy i4 000 from -lastna iB iHW from Genaaay and from bir William Mackinuon president of the Emm relief committee ha.s arrangements to go to Berlin in rhe early part of June to open negot t jr an amicable working agreement between the British and (jerman South Afruun mm paniea It understood th it he h re ceived from Benin thar over tares to that end will receive consideration A new political partv called the parf of Justice baa been formed at with the object of agitating the rector irun of the independence of the state of Hesse Electoral At Gollob Prussia, yesterday the of a farmer containing his insane wifp and two children caught tire Tbr farmer haoteoed to the house from an adjacent tield and attempted to rescue the innxares He had sc in elv entered the burning building when the root tell aad all four were bianieti to dearh Will Takfn to H for Trial TUN May J4 court ot tbt t nited le Qletl an appeal trom i IHIOD jf the nr cuit court the Lni ed states for the southern district of dischirg ing a writ of habeas corpus in the ra.se. of Luid Y Cortes the secretary of the public debt bureau of Cuba who was ar -esred in New York on the charge of em 000 in coupons and lertih of while holding orifice inder the Spanish tjovernment it Ha'-ana Oteiza wae drrested on an appliditiou ot consul general under the .reatve lasting Iwtween the Lmted atatea md Spain The case was before the ircuit court of the L nited states for the distri t of k on a writ )f habemi t< ri us i in thi? writ wa.- barged Bj the deci ion of the supreme ourt Oteiza will be taken to ana toi rial Arrenteil DELHI X Y Mav 24 Jiave been arrested on complaint of Robert I Livingston tt New York h ir_e I with unlawfully cat r tritl tu- lav These the ftrst arrests of rs thi- on streams throiijThout the i i'l trout region waters owned or leised 3 torpora tiona or private The Mormon Church f WASHT'CfaTov May E uator Donald ytwtertlav mAUe a applna tjon lu tije court i C t cit'iil States for i rt-iitnnn r ta rhe L ilei icleil bjat Monila> rt tne utt r of rhe Mormon church Tbe couit ii nor jrint the apphcatluD for a rebe mug but de- ciileil to the and hold the matter over for the nexr term How routine business yesterday the hou-e weat into LOiom rtei- if the whole Mr Buiruws of Mn hiKin in the chair oil the river and harbor bill Wr t lliot of fwlth Pirolina moved to tntr t-e th< appropnation for lniprovTng buv C irulioa, from t'O im to f no OIH) RejrxtPd Mr VV uliamp of Ohio to a ver b il amendment; il items in the bill us evidences of log railing on th- part of the Mr of Illinois and Mr Sweney of Iowa offered amendments intended to hmir to IKK) the sum which may be paid after condemn ition for lock and d tin No 1 on the hat thev were Mr Hitt ot Illinois IUOVIM! an amend meat ro givr rhe ci-y of Galena Dl the ntcnt to tike up the of harbor im tlicre bv the menr ind lomplere it proMdinic that the cltv ,h ill then I tliX) IXM) to Mr Post of in u )H offered an amend ment apijriprwtmg for the pur pose of nei a ci ntiLiuous navigihle witerwiv lulumn Lake Miiluaau and rhe Mi-1- rut-r idequate for the pastHKe rt rhe larjre-r TI Hteum boa's tad a iv il dT I tor the cunti untion ot the of the Illinois nver Mr Holman of Indiana m ide a mt of order the amendment but it wax Mr Henderson of Illinois said that the c uniiTiirree on mer" iud haibors bad not con-- i red rhe pti p Dillon and ir n it In- mtliuli d m the bill without such inou Vlr audever of (California that the evi Iwrweeu lu< md be Ijjin- ha.1 lutliert reieuted the id ption )f i i i n t i n il project which vm.lil i tiinl hi tarred out lu the end Mr ir n-n i i ,n oi tlie llhnuls in I ipm u ,enil rearlieil Mr 1 u Uer I'renr-'ii in ide the point i order th ir the mi, i'ee on ri eiv in 1 hArbirs no jiirisd nm as) hidljt-en lecide 1 in rlie con Mr Hfndersim thit nirordini' to rhe umt Ie i i nn n-fi reu e ot the bill to then mm t tlie whole J. h ill 'n.ie ul rhe i- sdii non )t the rivers an 1 Ii irbi rs nmm ttci Mr H ir h if m argued in sup pi rt i' of or ler Mr lit r >f )luo conrenued that the (oriTi on ruers ind In loiswas u nn_ i r I ope i i 1 1 >nry m prm i ni_ i he i mil bi i i it Has a ctuil f i i rnpriicnt ot the Missls- in i P u i i dei isi the rotnmirree rose Tin -m k i ippi nte Mr VI Milliin of F nriM-, e is i i te. on i hi fimtimi ill II i in i e bill Hi pi ue if Mr I 1] ll-dp HY 1-1 H T i -i rheTi it j p rn took i recesH inril I x k )u ro be lot lie cja-tieri i >n i. prnate pension hi I, IX THI- VV TON ML ,4 [n the senate yextenli) the i rinsi, iti jn if rhe naval jpprupui ion hi resumed and rbe ndment i f the i oiumittee on ippropu ati ns ro our rhe item for 4TJJ IXX) for [epairsof rhe doi k at the Boston y ird w k- to is were also flier amendmeurs reported bv the com niit'ee m ipp'opri -en Ue bill f r i publ i bull Imj ar Can 'on O L nt nor to c vceed two (Xlu waa t iken t1 Mil the i n 1 ir and p The lan'f !ml re n lay he woul I ibmif some rcnurk- upi u it Tlie naval H propri in in bill w LS itfaiu taken up The question >n the amenilment to -tnke out the item >f OtX) for improve- ment of the plint it Portsmouth N H rivvvird Wi-sitnewed, 4 over rhe '-ti HI of the public i rih'vof vir N r 'he pol ti. il in 1- ro vrhu h their in in itri nn nf h in given 11-1 it i r u-r d 'fenv -l jf rhe poll v of liulilirj i -ti r ir A u, carried n tilu k Ha lev and ue bill n-n tr with mt Ktion uf ri-nre repi n ur -lullioi i jublic bull m_ ar A. irort wa> presented IK! Fhu' nit rt ar -X) i i rt -e r-t ion the M u ite idju lined HEAVY RAINS IN PENNSYLVANIA Cotnmnnii atnm Cut Off tween Oil City anil BuflUlu. P Ti'-Bt pi lite ci iN weie njt 11 i Ihe Times fast Oil n Liin I il heavily m this sei ion to c i i lie w itnr ibove hi-ifiet tti tr t K >wn t, us ire run HI a tnl itv and Trouble Feared in Hawaii. SA2f FRAN( o May 24 A. special from Mare Island Tlie cruiser Charleston was sent to Honolulu at the request of the American minister to Hawaii and that the fact that trouble is jn the convening of the Hawauan K t; tture and the installation of new members and officers was the reason for the request Hufftlo ind Oi, n til No -ten u- 1 un i-re vet t r ett w ifi r v runs revered the -ourhwpsr U r irri fci-everal hundred fi et to-d i> M )unr -ee creek and earned awiy many sm ill hr !_'- -M irt rulrn il ftridsfps r in--tie i.- i rt-mit of the her ru'H 1 r' i kiw lyville Th's town is partly nu ler water fnJi i r le rains x 1 un l e l V W i- in im Fiirnrmn was "trnik 1 'ul in u in 1 niHrintly killed y st r Lu L'H rm i uhile nj buildina llneec nn 11 mi- TI him vere SLOf kea Furman is unmarried (untested fcleition OecidnL mir tLn Two Construction Trmlne Collide. i Niw HVVF> Conn May Two con- struction on the New York and New Haven rail-oad collided near South Lynu Three Italians are reported killed and ngiit or ten injured. A wrecking trail was sent from here. and Saicfde. HAMILTOV O May 34 Malloy, aged 30 years a farmer living near Seven Mile O shot and killed his son George, aged 35, yesterday mornnuf and then blew out bus brains with a revolver The shooting waa the resnlt of a quarrel over a division, of some property M us jesterdiy decided t lei 'n n In rlie er Repnbi in airunst it ru the S-  party votes de- cided to make reports favorable to the contestants, both KEMMLEH'8 DOOM SEALED. Court the Applica- tion for Writ of Error TOV May 34 supreme court of the I nited States yesterday da- nied the applu ation for a writ of error in the c.use of Kemraler, under o! death bv electricity Opinion by Chief fu-nce tuller The opinion first recites the pnxeedii: in the lower rourta leading up to the of ca.se to tin-court i uurt sajs it is urged m Kemmler'n chat the fourteenth Amendment a pr< Inhition on the state of Che impuwiuon t ruei and tinunuaJ punishment turn included m the term "due proc of law The jrwn of che pliinie "iiuelandan- usual the court waa m the hnsksh act of of and meant that barbarous methods of punish- ment bhoutd not be indicted It meant that a man should not be sentenced to death by torture, but did not menu that the death penalty it-self waa rue! The court of appeal opinion says, held that pnnjxiioient nirlii ted on Kemmler unusual but thit there no evident to show th it it cruel Che of New had the upon thw question ami the court must presume that legislature hail a punishment ft thought less ban the former mode Fh it decision, court was not atfiui-r any special privilege -wt up by uiHouei aud so fairly that the ourt uoiild not justitied in over ruling c Ihe fourteenth ameodmeut did not uteriillv change the whole theory of he tfoveinment Catena still nmain both of stutu and of he nited States The only change Ih tt rhe amendment fiirmihrs an ulcliiionil guarantee euuruncL menf by the upon the funtlameutal of the citizen The prmlegHH and immiiuitittv of (itm ns of ihe 1 aited ires lie indeed uiutec teil by them. I ire the privileges ai 1 he ourt quotes tlie Hurtado on rhe meaning of the 'due process of iaw I he change m form of death was vit'nn the sphere of the legis power of the st ire The legist iture of New deteimnicd that it di i infiu t ci or unusu il punish II nr am1 its couita have austuned that f reimiu itioa I hiM tjiirt t annot s-e that the prisoner lns been t'epiived of due piocess of law (u oitier to revere the judgment this unit -.1 oulil he conipeHwl ro hold that the mm of i, fji-ds hail committed an error _ro-M ai u lenrive the prisoner of his oiiMi ution d rights The (ouit hiitt no -itariou in it rannot do this CEDAR KEYS FUGITIVE MAYOR. the Expedition In Seurrh of Cottrcl] FD KFTS Pla May M -The eipedi 'ion it tl.e c utter McLane up the '-uawa- me 11 er m sean b or Mayoi irricll wa-s iban 1 lied W eunesc! IV Capt -unth -aid that from his obbervition the imdition )t affursmthis town hail been ven worse than repiesented Vt n meeting of the city council James uttrell brother of the futfltive mayor it nutime 1 rb it the 1 ittcr would neier re urn ro edai an I rhe council lien i it declaie the orhce vacant and or le- a new elei tion The action of the unnl h is not been made pubhr aud the ue iwamng it with deep interest apt rh and Collector Pinkertoa have m ide cl iDorare repnnt of the affair to the reasury dipaitmenr A Rullr.nitl V WATFPTOWN N May 34 mort- of 12 (W) KI ven by the UHca and Blick River Railroiul ompany In favor of rhe enrril Trust i ompany of Vew York lieen nled for record at the county leik- ilTice in this city The railroad ompmv borrowed the money to satisfy niorriri_ps rhit will soon become due Ihnre-n hiimlml thousand dolUrs are to be pi, Tm 1 IsiM iflo, Jan I 1WM, ind Inly 1 18W The com paiiy Issued 3 (XXJ Vper cent bonds payable semi annually The 11 rtpr'.e is -ec ured by the entire Utica mid BI u k River railroad property now under a ninety nine year by the Home Watertown ami Rail old omptny This mortaage u one of oe I unrest ever dockered in the Jefferson ounty clerk's office A Cripple Cruelly Mnrdrrml. UTixrrsBiRG W Va May 24 -An L lulls murder occurred ar Pigeon rner i few days ago Iim Brewer mil killed Ike Brewer Ir m the store 10 of F Walker The shooting WAS i ised by the reopemns; of an old feud Ike brewer Ir was sitting m the store i hen. fun Brewer came m and without a o <1 struck Ike a blow with his Wmches- rifle across the neck breaking it the dvmg man fell to the floor, Brewer put the muzzle of the rifle to his nin and firing sratteiM the man's brains n every dire  uncoa- s ions condition Re medical i 1 and by noon the sufferers were recov nag One ot Hinkley's sons had his iaud paralyred Their Flnt Gi THPIF I T May 34 Steelc, Otvlahom i s governor, has arrives iere Oowds gathered at every station i long the line and cordially greeted him m arrival here salutes were fired and an 'normous crowd welcomed the executive Miuptoceit K CITY, Mo May Elso Allan, confidential leFk of the Austin Invest meet compamy has. It la alleged, forged. name to checks aggregating JJ.iJOO and gone to Canada with the money Killed MU Gala at J J Pratt shot Us MwjimnmiWrMs, Katie and pot Mlat tkronjh hto own head, tew Uan 5 BREAK; YOU .pet TK? ONES CALLED AND ARE BABY CAERIAGES. With Luir-J Satin Pira-ol an. I Statidar.1. Star (real THE FINEST IN THE MARKET Worth and SPECIAL PRICK. W Af-NOUNoEMEN i JUST RECEIVED M.n amenta But pav 1> nta But pav 1> >rt uiun fee No itisilel I I i KN WHITNEY, vuner in in, Ko. In r, N Pirt'ntji md KI- -i c uri t rritilt' Mjirka iLjflrtU nni VU I llnilL oiuiiicteil for t it4> liilm-mid u lilvn e and lai rt-ni .m rt- j u -t erred wno tan turnish a hurjie am! liieir wh le inn. to thebusinesH arc momenta may he profit ably cmpltjyfU jhn A (rw viuiiLies ID wi-, ind c.i ies. 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