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   Columbus Evening Dispatch (Newspaper) - August 17, 1895, Columbus, Ohio                                Twelve Pages L XXV-KO. 13. ODITION IKYWARD, COLUMBUS, O., SATURDAY, AUGUST 17. 3eers Were Not 8loin A I.MBfASTLr KILLED. Craaltea Into Strop. Htwy. Morm, ink. 1st b Ms3. Jod b O.. -X. If C.  R' ri-Jt the tltk? Va- Palace. Real ice gether With the the Day's Onting. j more or Ifrss fnnatlcaJ. to be hut regarded as of submissive dis- DiFfussin? th" matter further, the I gentleman ?aid it was true that prejo- and mysterious" fof Hthopraph a weekly paper ?h company. As no knowl- Turkish was nee- he Job. the manager of the undertook the contract, .phed of copies of i th" beinjr abroad. I f2" one activity'r a_nd -s however, two detec- ___________ ______ n.s from Soo.land yard laxe and hills country. As usual every i ston being The train a meat rtl-t converts t, v lithographing establish- arninwnw.ut WPJ mad" that- th" twwt which left the Unio Madame ftiraii is fee latest Special to The Dispatch. the blcj-cltets. j Bacieye Park. Aus. M aKaj5jat arles. bee EMPEROR WILLIAM'S VISIT. j Buckeye Pork under the of i former's Emperor visit to Lnwther i Hoeltinir-VaUey EnapJoyes Benpfl--cle of dtet. ajid because they that e HS the guert of Lord Lonsdale j rial is a the P ran of .meat eatinsr Ls a part of in the festivitk-s of the occa- tiana they woui.i be compelled lovesticatlac Committee Now oa the Scene. Much Alarated, Bat not tetliffevce. 11. thr track just bWon doubt t -.T to th" tra.-ic t. ti-lr death, "rhe t.., kindling j -K-" mule Injured so badly that it Mr and ..at and rrmovt.1 Jive a few hoars -ST. Uy killed remains si ja appointed to lovcKtitraie recent j massacres of miss and their i families at Ku Chrnjf. kf. Fuo j Chirw on Tu-.-aJay last, has arr.vt-11 safely at Ku Checs. have NEWS OF NEWARK, Important arrests CLOSING OP THE 8EV- roade in connection with the E.VTH DAY ADVEJTTISTS. The natives arc qulc-t anu to be much alaia-vd at th-.- ar- The Committee on Credentials' Re- rival of the commUrion. Th- of Mrs. Peldner slon consists of R. W. MaasfieM, j Mattcra. the acting British consal a: F-w Chcrw: j _________ Mr. J. C. Hiison, tha Skates Brecial to Dispatch. consul at Foo Cbow; Mr. E. L. p. A'.k-n, Newark. O., Aug. BdtUh vice consul at Pa. and: the Bannister. c-'mnany will pension and pnt on list tha and driver. Jake Evaaa, of States warehln. Detroit. his faittiful with a number of Chinese- i rewarded with a KO per month pen- eiali of hig-h rank. The oomsnissloa Is by 100 Chinese THEY CAfl BE PUNISHED. SETTIfRS WHO KUiLEO THE REDS AT JACKSOVS HOUE. There's law for It On Uncle Sara's Statute and the Be Poshed. Aug. spite of re- ports-to the contrary. U may be defl- niwJy stated tteit Indian bureau has taken m> whatever i majfe. Kittle At tte session of the Ohio con- ference hrtd by" the Seventh Day Vf-n-tistn in camp at the Old Fort, the committee on and presented the fojlowing report tnat wax adopted: For ministerial J.' I. Van Horn. H. M. MitcfteB. W. H Saiby. J. o. Wood, D. E. Undwr, E. J O. F. Guliford, J. S. lies. H. H. Burkholder. C. P. A. C. Phannon. S. R Shrock. W. H. Brice and His Coin Are Knocked Out, And the Senator's Followers Hold "Ruiap" Meet. new Hwre-Wlit Be Two of Del- Frow Carmkoca CKrreiasxJ, O., Dcno- cratie county cooventton to select deie- gatw to the convention to, be held next Tuesday Wedneoday at SprlnjrdsW. to order at o'clock this morning. After a hot AKred waa elected over Lou mica by a vote of ET7 M to IS l-l Tbe at Whittaker ae ctBtrman a decided for free silver and aatl- factions. A motion by a sliver delegate to appoint a committee of seven to select delegates to the state convention caus- ed a row that for a time threatened to reeuU In more than, a war of words. The tight resulted .in a number of and Brlce men, beaded by James Lawrence, nUitag from the ball the announensMit tbat they would at once hold a "ramp" convention. After their the notion to select a committee of to selwH dele. Wakeman. C. A. Smitb. C. L. Taylor. For ministerial license. S.   re that was stupectol of shot, the precaution waa taken to "have A larse number b--ttrded the i "P lo mttZ2lff i Scotland yard. In reply to i The Fourteenth Hepment station at I bctwM-n whom i antagonism, have don" much Ae-PBt on to bv 1 aclR Manrie Hatarhey. Houscr. Ida M. ie crowd. -train at i es of the aotl-flcpbeaters." Put. Intense as is theTefflHg on tbe of IfucifJhiffts on tills KfntleitiAn Qu-otccl doos not t WOUld JlAVe tllGm to PnnirniT firt in direct contravention "Sr! the specia, Scotland yard. In reply to nate manager's cf he explained t itlc literature, caillns upon i. id othfrs to for the. hls lawlUK up the houses of par- j n tht occasion of open- j If actunlly statwl IS on their way in KT.JI- rrmjs: In M A DYSPEPTIC SHEET. The.re has much adverse. j The Fourteenth coursed c In station i the American ;traln- dlacoarsin? masis durins the day n lo New York after rac- i ninj? for instance, contrary to those at Buckeye park- A second section of the regular train left at a. m. nnrl waa crowded, the an Into the the The bureau haa sent no of a upeVlal the on the Hrbjwt to the canvassers of the- at V of Jostieo ot tfmr weeks' duration, and far rnwt b- to those gamd in klllinir fr> Justice-. I ed at the camp to-day bVspeelal The delay has been caused by the fict that no law krxjrvn under which I A- of the I'nited States courts cou! nisance of mattes' and ner wi W, .h. twecn the and toe. to lay the_ blame for the the mifsic at the doors of the da-ys i   minajrcr d to Yard hy th-c of months. The special train wJilch left at Friday the the caso the ppecial train ,Tho article ts headed: "Again left at HARBITr'S VIEWS. by of raP ili.vrahle Britisher." on. the Evening boart not ga earlier in the tte Indians. To-day. Sj-iwever. it wa: that the rreatj' nf July J. ISSS, Stiffs and Wilson's hid for The Sanguine Chairman. Unbosoms j nwler and ShofJwne Indians had m p'rovis directly applicable" to the prc-seat ci Mr. Charles Ou family to ___his Indiana potts. macftlnery of rhe. i the manafrement of- at London Au, n.- TntP? Har- 5 invo j the Adams Express office next Monday Is the fr: all clrcuTn- Phe pave a full rl-- "djrk cr, 1 ienera and estiMlshfd his f. any complicity ir, putilkiatlon and hte a-ny Turki-h Aout first -ascprtamiTi? elr t-i he Cilice flrst R.it wlnr! r.f. Twtnjr to thp Tint s- firtllirvB- as it there a. strong n rmt to publish the dirrvenrions of "DC! f.-r.der and Vigilant will cause such as our expert? know their near as n-er] ty The 4-" lac.t mat tfte are -to b" measured, however. irity. chaJrman ft the Democratic na- J Cret treaty reads as 1 Frances Feldner this nftfrnoon? MrsI tlonal committee, sails for New Torte I was born 1n at WeisNiden. Tarl a marc's nest of the eisbcden, America In---- Vlrrin to the state convention prevailed. Tbto committee as selected, was com- posed entirely of silver and anti- Brice men. The wcederc-to the number of abenrt j at once went to another hall, organ- Ized and-elected to the state convention. Revolutions were! United PfTft. Grand Krvi-r charcti arr- of the and Detroit. Mi.-h Ktortu i wind which layer, .in a rear wall wh-.-n scaffold ar.-i s 1 der two bt mult have tw.-n body, wh-n .IUK u: fHjThtfuliy ma ax'.- -I wife and thre- Chris Jr.hnvn, was orj a. :.i V' and North, i: k a scaffold. lioth f.-u Had to be duff J wv wrwnd. and his s j: may cause him tv was taken home In Uni. ajobnlance, not vn-> tM f of wntark ..m.i I0 a n brwk- je ih- >.r ca r Hmr. wtttafc Nnrtfe KTH-T I BEORE THE CARHA6L OITTT1NO TO RECEIVK BCADT Hall O., It of city tnjl tor tho f-a- ttw. On Uie tuhent ur "f t.V- ita 30u poll of the the. hoilt t" MM tor in see and heatr wrli hv will IMT ihey 1JM u it will to ACxwl Will try to two tnrtl awl of them will CM l--ri- to flow awl pi m. tmtn iJ.t altenwtlat In VM ''inftoaMi divnrauv. to hall It will tnwii-utwtiti la by the weaned regular eonven- j 1 tkm and after glvrau three cheers for Senator Brioe, adjourned. -were paserd toy the j The firconventton cnpoelnB Calvin 8. Brice men the coInagB of aiiver. j adbprJofl --oC ibe mport U% tee on delecatea the-commlttM ad- DUE, AID ONLY OME, SET OF DRLEOATES WIUL OO TO FKMD Bvtter Coancy, and That OM Frteadly to the Hon. JUn .tire to vtetituni Alt of .private tafa laf to tnfce and BUH retaOa IMW tu. the con- vention of n. j anx.ng- oth-r peopte subjen to the au- RlchmTOd VlrrinUL 1m- of the rnltM States i her hMband any wron? tfte or i Iwr son Kdwairl came -to -Newa Dn-i J'' t-nlted'yeanagr.. She was the to Dispatch, SUddletown. -O.. Aus. county. In an probability, will have but one set of at the Democratic convention .to Springfield nex despite the fact that two seta and will homes atnt nf nif rrowd in win in the country will b- th- Layman Muw Sen- ator cal-rin H has a suite of njomn. W, A. Taj-lor and. will hotd forth hi aw UltirhvH block: in ruonui the C. K. Senator D. of -WapafcowtH. J. H. of c., are ex. arlrw Monday moraiac. A will KH4 br Sfimtnr and Hon. Jobo H. ThrunM. and It thought all wlH tw that made to Unisons. aU but two of -whom are dead at War.hmirt.in jat the German Lutheran chorch. -nuse the of- Dwijrht Gurncy. fhe oMest son of punished ac- Paul p. Ourne-y, died of consumption I nited Stairs laM evening. The funeral services win the injarpd h? held on Monday at 19 o'Noclt at late-home between Xowarlt and not yet decM-xl The Rev. Mr. Mamiwlll on its course of artloo it is pmbahle ftclate. will be made by 1'nlterl States Fir. CanfleJd. of the Ohio State nnl- C AS A' MATCHMAKTTR. of Q-.ieon Vlctorl-v v W.lltT.m of GprmJLny ai :tes (riven by her majesty. durini? the that by th" wn. nnry a. a biR- clreulatlon. and the forp- widelv i Mr.'R. S.-pal- m-rs American cmisinp ivhoon-r America ar-1 M'ilLs' -'----------------T Arr.phitrite on is rre.itfng a Interest here. Yarapa, rhonp paper. In spnrtlnp will of aiii-oucn was ad- do firat prize, flyhing rod, sec- ond prize, hat. The afterncon list of sports rao-', second he is not A prize, 33 clears; tut. race, vs .iftr.ey IsTbiinran and -he would tnake umbrella, wcor.d prize. 25 ciRa.rs. third a spiendi'l canlWate. prize, twn handkerchiefs: swiaominst infrrrmBttim is that Contest, ten TKis, prtse. DOnocrats are prttlnsr and rubV-r coat. 3v- on back, prize, will carry Ynrk next N'ovember. pair lonirest dive, priie. IS pair "will encourage the Democrats o' rants, best off swlnjr. priis. r3 other wtatcs. TVo theft-fore ET> campaign full of treaty. but because it is too early candidates to BjrT-oar. Mr. WllJtaai is the tnoat talked of. I nn- provteton." nf j versity. will be one of the lecturers at treaty. n'> can then i the LJoklnjir Bounty teachero.' institute State treaty Bnd Corw.n -.poke on the edueo- i court. --j, _-j. til? CQUCB- the jvbo.e status of the_ Indians Into tlonal development in Ohio. To-day be. iMtlwte held no slrm. One hundred and fifty teachers from all parts of the county'are here AS MORHIM, BEES 'EM. Tbe Kansai Governor on the Presi- dential Candidates. sent estriim's fMfriin V-.-- rjuite with TOO---I pril of Kst marrtajr? (if P-i- llta nt Oohnry anrl the majesty f he the so One a prize. JiamS satchel. attendioK the Mrs. RAinnJX-Mniw, of HadVey, Pa., wife of rh" Rev. R; R, formerly >rof the Firn PrewbyttrUii ehorrti K. Y.. Anjr. t of this Mr. and Mrs. Msrrlll. of KasuK, haj Ir.terv'iewnl i A, N. Banton on Elm street. of good lltned here- who in hu favorite Ak-nzo foreman of Balti- will die out and irood for nomination in Kan- more Nmt wood worics, haa returned j from the east. mean a Democratic victory In -mm------------- i choice of :he HE "PEACHED." And Thrr Made to String Him Vp. IS IT HYDROPHOBIA? from "u" tn l Srti..Pp-5d i GtT" handkerchiefs; Malady. xrirls uni.-r 12 of Io The prize, bnttie Portsmouth, o.. and Hf the j prnp> of the we-it. the man a man. l popularity with the Heed, an (riant. many" arlmlr- throughout wp RON. JOHN M. An Attorney-Well oat the State Dead. and hi- rfnorallr on" of Special to The Dlipatch. brilliant in piaMIc life. Al- were ehowo at the two conventions In Hamilton recently. The fact Is that the Camnbell leaven been working for sonre time. end. unto the "wo- man, hid In the three measures It Is ji'gn tfce whole by the convention, meets. Colonel Samuel K. Hughes, of ation fame, and one of the mast prom- inent in this county, who the opera, house-convention, and who at that time emphatic In nil asser- tions that opera house the legal delegates and the ones that would be seated at Springfield, has modified ate views to- such, -erttttt as to say that he court house or Campbell convention would he recognized. "Governor Camp- bell.- saM he, "ts a man of destiny and it U of no use to aim, anyway." Beer to Go Up. Chteagn. Is stated that work for for the will tar will Thorwu" tmv amonjr mmuiY Bdmir mm. Some predict thmt _ _, not jtet to 1-jok Im-j kau will tiavrtofaoM UMtr lag on Fountain It k i Kat eanaot all who will OOOM The ot InrvlMd wltt tn4d WTTJOOB. _ Jn the city IviH. TinfT will io-ifc at tin- It _____ The of roancy wtli in city tyuIMImr. at 1 o'cJt'Kifc temocrn On th" first will ceptlon anl Oblo a-Tl a will evenimf. Special to TTi4 H 11 to advance prices to retaUers in Chicaimnow -._.......-. only tfaif rf comprising all 'ette county fcwr prodvcers in Chlcajfo. Wlttln ja most the hwt 4S hours- the signatures of J. S. very lant-. "n Imft who was one   on too and r1. r H.'icklrrc Vsl-o-.- 'o-. thrlr f-.T Vinr pin In mM: cnlhl t-WWt Tin Family but tJiar they did. Will Work Together, YoaiiK Girt Bperlal ta XMspatea. W. Va.. Aur. of Ash. a well-known farmer w-Althy. lucrative practice, had much to do with Ms BostvUtion this j afternoon and pawxvi xmtubl" resolu- tions. will attend the fuwrai. j to i statement taken i'o i> fr'.'.ti the of the. yown< in rtty hall. City i Robh .idtnlts the troth of the i Insofar the of fam1'-, hut thv nun who has fami.'iw .n in i. Wuii.im Mr-nonontrn, is sick jn j and cartiot b" swn. for Krer H4lf rr v ro if UH AH'o'lToTt. man to the a <--T the jrtrl eloped I with a trark workman. t Foiled. AU5. -f Hte Fence. to I o.. A-og. spartc -a routh-tvriM Pig F.iur --n- farm Maith of this  ow In the Lotnd of Ball _------------, v.-. -v :i a ilia. Mo_ Oa> mmi m Warfcem T> j the :M im if th" fugitive ciwhler of the defunct i ih eonrt roomi durir.? the was that he has out jintiirsJiimtlAn j onWily Tte Tbrre M-MM talk of aa tmprrri and has a cttlzra of the on tlM jam which H cuarded, IraptsbUo Mexico, tai iNEWSPA'FERr lEWSPAPERl   

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