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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               IHE SALEM DAILY NEWS. VOL. H, NO. 221. SALEM. OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. 1890. TWO CENTS. .Sews From This State. All Orel A GRAND REUNION. of Society of Army ol the Cnmbrrland mt IB Detail. TOLEDO, O., Sept twenty- first annual reunion of the Society of j the Army of the Cumberland is on. j Decorations have been put up all ovor the city, upon private buildings, and i flags can be seen fluttering- in tbe breeze i at almost every turn. At ten o'clock j Wednesday tbe members were j from tbe Boody Bouse to Memorial! Hall- Tbe society was called to order by General R. II. Cochrs.n. Rev. P. S. Slevin. chaplain of Forsyth Post O. A. R., of this city, delivered a short and': appropriate prayer. General W. S. RosecruTis, president of tbe society, then took the chair and tho regular; business of tbo society was transacted. Tbo following was ordered forwarded to th-e Society of the Army of Vt'est Vir- THEY DIED GA5CE. Two Youug Indian Oire to m Body of and Pay FMWlty for Their Daring. MILES CITY, Mont.. Sept. ulars just received of tho killing at tae Chejemne agency of Head Chief and Young Mule, the murderers of Hugh Boyle, state that Agent Cooper refused to negotiate with the father of Head Chiei for tne surrender of the two In- dians on the basis of their being granted immunity from punishment. The old man then said that tho two yor.risr bucks would come into the agency .ind attack the troops, at the sair.e nine indicating the direction from which tboy would approach. Tbe soldiers and Indian po- lice were drawn up to moet tLem when, half an hour after tbe father's depart- ure. Head Chief and Youajr MU'HJ seen coming on ponies at full spocd ar.d arrayed in war paint r.nd feathers. Thc-v IT IS ENDED AT of Commissioner Kaum'g Otiicial Behavior. The Author of the Charts Against tlio Head of the Pension Bu- reau Testifies. Nominated by Itepubllcans Three States. ol Conventions Held ia Massachusetts, Saw Hampshire and Con-.. nectlcut charged the full L-f the lino of be couid furnish ih-j names of sevs soldiers and polico, rsiroaied ami apuin j Office woo stock in tho com chargeiL The volloys of troops this time been however, a chance Mule's i.ony. had up to :ooVcal. shot hit Yor.r.er 5-.hn dismount.', d. General Fullerton. treasurer of the society, reported the financial condition of the society as follows: Receipts for the year disbursements S3.0S6; balance on hand General Cist, chairziian of the committee on publica- tion last year at Chattanooga, submitted bis report of the completion of the laat volume of the Army of the Cumberland relumes. It was accepted by the society. The committee on memoirs reported the deaths for the year. Among- the deaths of former members of the socie- ty, says the report, is that of General R. H. Milroy, whose services In our army ougftt to have permanent record. The committee on Sheridan's monu- ment; also the committee on the Chick-' amauga-Chattanoojra military park, held their reports until to-day on account of the absence of General Alger, who will arrive this tnorning. Committees were then appointed on publication; me- moirs, nomination of officers; on time and place of next meeting and on ora- tions. Last night the annual oration was delivered by General Thurston. The Conductors' Brotherhood. TOLEDO, Sept. The Railway Conductors' Brotherhood has not yet fully organized, yesterday's session be- ing occupied in waiting for reports from the various committees. Last evening the members of the Brotherhood at- tended the People's Theater in a body and this afternoon they will be taken to visit numerous points of interest throughout the city. Yesterday after- noon Mayor Hamilton and a committee of citizens called on the convention to present the claims of the city for the headquarters of the Brotherhood. Rilled While on Hid Home. MT. VEBSON, Sept IS. John Spear- man, a farmer living near this city, was killed while going home Tuesday even- ing. He was driving's fine pacing horse that he had fitted up for the races at the fairs this fall and was lying in a ditch at the roadside with the horse lying across him. It is supposed that he was killed instantly, as Frank Ashburn, liv- ing on Spearman's farm, wag only abont fifteen or twenty minutes following and found him. Deceased had been drink- ing pretty hard before starting home. for Highway Robbery. O., Sept. 18 George Harding, for whom the police have been looking for the past ten days, was ar- rested in Hocking County and brought to this city Tuesday. He was immedi- ately arraigned to answer for waylay- ing and assaulting John Landenborger intent to rob. He entered a plea of guilty and, being unable to furnish bondsmen for was sont to jaii to await the action of the grand jury. and ir.stantlv. graia, now in session at Pavkersburg, j Chief it cnt-t- pa: 10 ilm i Va.: "Tbe Society of the Army of j top of his spor-d ar..l akn-.o sv.-upt the Cumberland seeds fraternal greet-! upon the armed firinpr rifio ings to tbo Society of the Army of .V.'est rapidly as he Lie wa; then Virginia." i sbot twice throujrh ibo. for ores in the mouth, dying- Young Mule, seeing the fate of bis com- panion, instead of attomptir.? to retreat orntp.enced chanting tbe tleath song nd was advancing upon tbe troops vhon be was bit in tho side. He then umped into a hole in the ground and ired one more shot. Ho was later found ead in the pit. TJNRESTKICTKD T3TADE. If AH the Are Trnthfnl. Xearly Every One Couiiecteil VTlth the Llviuc In i So jit. special nouso co investigating tbo I charges Commissioner of Pen- I sions Rsura continued its investigation j Wednesday. Mr. Fleming, the author i of tho was In an- to a enaction by Mr. Cooper, be i said that Kifjh hnd told him that names of seven era- hfld company. 1 Fleming :.ba: hiui I r.s to of Mr. Tanner's i mind in connection with t'ue rofrigura- tor company. He- (Pitch) bad tobl him or. AH Were and the Proceed tnjr. Were The Candidate HOT POLITICAL FIGHT. Ifomtnnted for Ccnirrets. C.VKEY, O., Sept Tho Republic- ans of the Eighth Congressional district held their convention here Wednesday. W. J. Fishell, of Hancock County, was chosed chairman. After the convention had started, a letter from ex-Governor Charles Foster was received and read. In It he declined the nominatioa. Then the convention nominated Foster by ao- The Deadlock Broken. GEORGETOWN. OL, Sept IS. Don- J. H. Pattison, of Clermont County, was nominated for Congress yesterday rooming on the 269th ballot by the Dem cerate of the Eleventh district Messrs. Hough and Ejlar withdrew from race, thus breaking the deadlock. Two Brink 0.. Sept Murphy and .Tames Dolan. in jail on the charge of breaking into Pan-Handle escaped Tuesday. They sawwl tirougn the bars, got into the attic and lowered themselves to the ground by a rope made of bod tbe of Sept. Something ot In Irish polttloal circles hM boon cscsed by the action of a Tlpperar] named Con way in ceruxBTicing tae of campaign M detrimental to the test interests ot iaecrontrT deiaaJnjr the tendeccj of tbe people yield blind ftllefUnce to agitttors is of tea te food, Blsbop of Cork aleo tlsailaf Perforation of Enirllsh Colo- nies in America l.lkoly to I'.' Formed. OTTAWA. Ont, Sept his ar- ival at Ottawa Sir Ambrose Shea, Gov- irnor of tho Bahama Islands, has had everal interviews with Sir John Mac- Donald and other members of the Do- minion Cabinet There is a grand icheine on foot. It is proposed to ar- for unrestricted trade between :he British West Idiies, Canada and Newfoundland. The Dominion govern- ment is preparing somo proposal to sub- mit to Parliament, when it meets, as a 'eature of its policy for extending trade relations with foreign countries, by which a commercial federation of Great Britain's possossioni in North America will be accomplished. Lost. K la Wtfc KTul CniCA.00, Sept A. G. Larson, of Salt Lake City, Utah, has lost bis wife and in a very strange man- ner. Mrs. Larson disappeared from South Pueblo. Col., on tho 3d inst, hav almost the whole of the amount above mentioned in her possession and since that time nothing has boen heard of her, although she telegraphed her husband to meet her at the Brigtrs House in this city the following Satur- day, September 9. There are very strong reasons to believe that tho wo- man has boen robbed and perhaps ab- ducted or murdered. Tho police are at work on tho case. Drummer by Street Car. BUFFALO. N. Y., Sept H. Brady, a traveling agent for G. Siden- berg Co., fancy dry goods dealorsof New York, fell from a street car Tues- day night ond was run over and killed by a car going In an opposite direction. Mr. Brady had taken the car at his hotel and was on bis way to take a train for 2sew York. He went out to the front platform to ask tho driver to hurry, as he was afraid of missing hi train. Either his foot slipped or he thrown off by the jolting of the car. Ho TVauor was down- j wus and of tbe com- much apphir.se. pany, but said that they had BOSTOX, Sept. The delegates to the Republican State convention were busy yesterday morning discussing the contests for the nominations for Secro-" tary of State, Attorney General and Auditor. Tho convention was called to order in Tromout Temple at a. tn. I by Chairman Burdotte. A temporary or- ganisation was eilosted liy a choice of J. O. Bnrdotte for chairman. Mr. Bur- j dotte then made a brief address. Tho on permanent organization i reported Lion. Frederick T. Greenhalgo as president a long list of vice pres- ident1; r.nd secretaries. Mr. Grepnhalgo was received with fell across front of a head. the up-track, directly in car which passed ovor his a deal h t'.iO Chinese legation here that if accomplished would enable tho company to supply tbo entire. Chinese empire and mane things all right again. Ho testified to telling Cooper where he could find Fitch, bin did not give him names before the re-solution calling for tbe investigation was introduced. In answer to a question by Mr. Raum, ho said thai he had written the article that appeared in tbe Indianapolis Senti- nel brining tho matter before the pub- lic, and had given tbe information for other newspaper articles on tbe subject In reply to a question as to whore he got his information, he said that it was furaishuJ by six OL- seven r-jliable men. Mr. Raum requested him to give their names and ho refused to do so, stating that ho had promised to make their names public. These persons, he said, at his request.. trit.Tviowed Mr. Tanner and brought tho information they had r-eoivcd to him. lie said that four of tbe persons he bad mentioned were em- ployes of the Pon.sionOffico. Mr. Raum askod for their names. Mr. Cooper ob- jected, saying that Mr. Raum simply tho mmes so that he could get even with these employes. In reply to a question by Mr. Raum as to why ho took so much interest in the matter, be said that he was in the news- paper business and took an interest in getting to tha bottom of such things. Mr. Raum askod him to state to the if he was not trying to get even with him for recommending his discharge. In reply he said he was not, und nover had any personal feeling against Mr. Raum; he thought that he had got even with tbe man who had him turned Smith. In reply to further questions ho said that he bad been postmaster at Charlotte, Mich., and while in that position the post-office bad been robbed. Mr. Raum began to question him about a real es- tates deal of a suspicious character that he had taken part in at Grand Rapids, but Mr. Cooper objected, saying that Raum was going into the private busi- ness of witness, Raum replied that he wished to show that the witness was a rascal. Mr. objected to the lan- ?ua7o and Mr. withdrew the re- mark. Mr. Cooper said that if tbo committee was going into this kind of evidence be winter! the bars down so that ho could have a chance to show Mr. Raum's record up, and told Raum r.hat mon who lived in glass bouses Should not throw stones. Mr. Raum replied that ho thought Mr. Cooper's house was very glassy and would not stand a stoning. The investigation thon closod. Soverelffn Grand T. O. O. T. TOPEKA. Kan., Sept sover- eign Grat'd Lodge of Odd Fellows left here Tuesday on an excursion to Fort Leaven worth, but returned at night in time to comply with the requirement of the constitution, which provides for the election ol" officers tbe second day of the session. The election resulted as fol- lows: Grand Sire, C. M. Uubbce. of Raleigh, N. C.; Deputy Grand Sire, C. L. T. Campbell, of London. Oat; Grand Secretary, T. A. Ross. Now Jersey: Grand Treasurer, Isaac P. Shepard, Pennsylvania. _________ In the Fror.cn Deep. NEW Bf-.DFor.n. Mass., Sept patches received here from San Fran- cisco report the loss of the bark Pope in the Arctic Ocean. Sho was abandoned on Point Uope on July 23. Her crew was saved. It is feared that the which had been sent north on the Pope have been destroyed, and if this be the case tbe vessels in tho Arctic fleet will be fjreatly inconvenienced. The ill- fated bark was owned by a syndicate ol New Bedford shipowners. US' Contesterf Election rust- la tho Passed In tho Sen- Sept. House yesterday took up the Hr- rinta election car-e. but slid not Unish it. Notice the Kenublican thai Ihe previous question would be called til two o'clock this afternoon. Senate worked on the calendar (hiving tnorp.injf Tn-jr. passing a number of biiis. iV: biil.s were th-j f.illuw- ing: Senate bill J.30.WX) for e puWlc moaumont on n ia WasKIn? ton. to thy uie.-nory of Jonn Ericsson, the in v.ntir ai'i ron- trsctor or the Monitor; bill to amend the act of February. 1085, M to entitle wUo have dervcd thirty years In the armv o- marfm corp? to be placed on the TOE reraaindor or tbo session was devoted to consideration of hto Wl'. to establish a coart to suttie priraf: i.inJ claims :n Western States ail but -without actloa on the hi! over. i" Furnlly In TVXnt. FKAUCISCO, Sept U-iejrrara to the executive committee of the j Native Sons from Los Angeles, an- nounces that tbe family of the late Major General Joan C. is ab- solutely destitute. The coTnrnilfe has no feeds available for the relief of the family, altbosgh aid U imperatively needed. The retired -pension granted to the General was not continued to his widow. _______ Sept Four wvre by tbe lowt w -mniril tr Sept I8L Tae slavery proclamation is sijpaed by the Genuas in their respective It pennits tae recovery of runaway slaves and will doubtless lead to mnci kidnapping of free aatires. The spread rmpJdlj alonj tic whole aad the sla-re traSc has been re- rired to aa extent calcaows (or of tho Comrade Confirmed. Minn., Sept. John Coulter, of tbe steamer Louisiana and Captain Uutton, of the steamer John, which have arrived in port, con firm tbe loss of the Comrade. Coulter say? he parsed through tbe wreckage o a vessel between E-iglc river and tbe Ponare Sunday afternoon. Cap- tain thit on Monday, in vicinity, bo passed through of a vessel's for was upside down and bore toe name Jajonc.ioti W VOKS. Sept. A' Ff-rmBaent. Jodjre Tbo committee on credentials pro- ented its roport as follows: Throe hun- dred and fifty-one cities and towns en- titled to 1.260 delegates, represented by delegates. Mr. Grconbalge then addressed the convention. Nominations woro made for Governor, Lieutenant Governor and Treasurer. J. Q. A. 3rackett for Governor; W. ITailo for Lieutenant Governor and George A. Marden for Treasurer wore nominated acclamation. The committee on roso- .utlons presented the platform, which was adopted. The following were tbe results ol the voting for tho remainder of tbe ticket: Secretary of State, whole number necessary to a choice 009. William M. Olin, of Boston, 018; William Howland, of Chelsea. 550: P. M. Whitman, of Hav- erhill, 42. Attorney General, whole number necessary to choice 008. A. a Plllsbury, of Boston. 994; Andrew J. Waterman, of Pictsfleld, 220. Auditor, whole number necessary to a choice 605. J. H. Gould, of Medfleld, 631; Charles R. Ladd, of Springfield. 557. NEW HAVEN, Sept Republican State convention convened in the Hyperion Theater yesterday morning with ox-Lieutenant Governor Cook presiding and with people present United States Senator Platt was called to the chair. The following permanent organization was effected: President, Senator Platt, and a long list of vice presidents. Following these se- lections Senator Platt addressed the delegates in a ringing speech. At one portion he referred in turn to Ulaine, Reed and Harrison. The applause which followed each name showed the position in which each stands with Connecticut Republicans. Mr. Blaino's name cre- ated a perfect furore; Mr. Reed's name came in second and Harrison's third. Nominations were next in order. Her- bert E. Benton, of Now Haven, placed the name of Samuel E. Merwin, of New Haven, before tho convention for Gov- ernor amid prolonged applause. Gen- eral Dwig-ht, of Hartford, movod tbo ro- nomlnation by acclamation of tbe ticket of two years ago, but tho motion fell flat An informal ballot was proceeded with. The informal ballot resulted: Merwin S98, Bulkeloy 51. The ballot was made formal and Mr. Merwin was declared tbe nominee amid groat ap- plause- George A. Bowon, of Wood- Stock, was nominated for Lieutenant Governor; George P. McLean, of Hart- ford, Secretary of State; Stevens Henry, of Bockvillo, Lyman S. Cat- lin, of Bridgeport, all by acclamation. The platform was pre- sented and adopted and tbo convention adjourned. N. IJ-, Sept Hall was crowded with delegates to the Republican State convention when Chairman John B. Smith, of the State Committee, rapped for order Wednes- day morning. Tbe officers and com- mittees selected Tuesday night wore elected as tbe pormancnt organization. The committee on credentials reported 689 delegates present. It was voted to proceed to ballot for a candidate for Governor. Hon. H. Gal linger, o! Concord, presented the name of Hon. Hiram A. Tuttle, of Pittsfield. Hon. Hiram D. Upson named Joseph A. Walk- er, of Portsmouth. Balloting followed: Tuttle was nominated on the- first bal- lot and the nomination was made unan imous. Senator Chandler reported the resolutions, which were adopted, after which tbe convention adjourned. Bitter ContMt KlTal o( South Carolina Called to the Dliontor. COLUMBIA, S. C., Sept The Re- publican State convention assembled in the State House last night It is com- posed of 135 delegates, not more that twenty of whom are white men. The convention is divided Into two hostile factions, which are contending for su- premacj in tho composition of the new State Executive Committee to be elected by the convention. One faction is led by ex-Revenue Collector Ellery M. Bray- ton, the present State chairman, who is a candidate for re-election, ami tho other by A. E. Webstor, the present in- ternal revenue collector for South Car- olina, who is making tho flsjut in behalf of Thomas E. Miller, candidate for Con- gress from the Seventh or black district Brayt-on is also a candidate for Congress from tbo samo district. Both claim to havo received tho nomination of tho party and tbe claims of tho rival candi- dates arc to bo settle 1 by this conven- tion under tho rules. Tho State Executive Conrnittee met 'uosdr.y niyht for ibe pi'.rposu ot mak- up a temporary roll for tho oonvon- iou and was in session all of Wednes- ay. In tho committee tho Brayton and tiller forces wero almost evenly di- idod, Brayton huvlntra majority of two otes, which tbe otbor sido hotly con- ostod. The of tho commit- eo were characterized by wild ami riot- nis scenes, culminating in a personal ollision and fisticuils which tho police vere called in to quell. It Is charged by be Brayton faction that monr-y is being reely used by the other side in buying p cointnitteomon, as well as convention .elevates. 3ONFES8ED TliRLU CUIMES. Action of the Mississippi Consti- tutional Convention. Colored of the State Pre- vented From Votinff. ftopublloa PHILADELPHIA. Sept Tho Repub- conventions to nominate Congres- sional, legislative and county candi dates were hold In this city yesterday. The following candidates were notni nated for Congress, practically witbou opposition: First district n. IL Bing- ham; Second, Charles O'Xeill: Fourth, .John F. P.eyburn: Fifth, Alfred C. Flar mer. Thie Democrats were conceded the Third district tho Republicans not meeting to nominate. Cor.rt, has made the temporary injunction granted restraining tbe Fanners' Loan and Company from disposing of tbe property of the Tost Writing Ma- chine Company. The property for and trust cotr.nasT was about to DvcUre the Of. Y.T Sept IS.-tforecjoaey Is erpectei to for relief of tbft strikers OB tbe Central trie: Master Workman TesterUy Mid would not Holler ST. Louis Sept 18. Tbe boiler in the Williamson Belting Company's works, in Uie southern part of the city, ex ploded Wednesday morning. CnitUer, fireman, wac fatally scaldec aad Casper Bock, engineer, barm OB tbe face, seek ant A number yt mea ia tbe building at tbe tiae and some oth era were bat not fatall xtra-nl-nir gteain. ROCK, Ark., 9m Dr. J H. MeHemry. a pbyaidaa of local npm- tattom, dM turn ha a difficulty wi tt. M. C a teUfrmfti TW BM New Turk Ccntritl Train the atorr of Their VtlUlny. NEW YORK, Sept. R. A. Parmon- counsel for the New York Central Railroad Company, has in his possession the written confessions of Reed, Cain Buott giving all tho details of tbo wrecking of the Montreal express near Castleton on September 4. Those con- 'essions were produced Tuesday night at a conference held at Mr. Parmentor's residence. Reed's confession was tho first one made. It U subscribed to by witnesses. It states that tho vrocking was not advocated at any meeting of the local assembly of tbe vnights of Labor of which the prison- ers are members, bat was devised and carried out by the five men under ar- rest Their sole purpose was to Injure the railroad company, and they did not top to think whether tho first train due was a passenger or a freight Cain and Buott made their statements n the presence of throe persons r.nd ;boso corroborate tbe details furnished by Reed. It is claimed that tho confes- sions were voluntarily made and that none of the mon were promised exemp- tion from punishment Tbo confessions will be presented to the gruud jury this wook. _______________ ON TUB Eohoeg from the )'..._> ..r Fromlnwut I'ro- Following are tbe scores of Wednes- day's gamas: XATIOXAL LEA.G1TK. At U, Chicago twelve At 4, Cleveland 17. Second 2, Cleveland 6. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. At 8, Rochester 10. At Louis0, Second Louisl, Columbus 0. At 13. Toledo H. I'LAYEKS1 At 1. Cleveland 6. At 4, Chicago 11. Second 1. Chicago 3. At 3, Philadel- phia 4. _______________ rrosldont TTarrlwon Johnntoirn. CuEssn.N- SPIUXO.S, Pa., Sept. ident Harrison visited Johnstown yes- terday. Upon arriving at Johnstown tho travelers wore met at tho station by Mayor Rose and a cornmittocof citizons. Tbe drive through tho city and up a winding road to tho top of tbo moun- tain, some feet above tbo level of the sea, was enjoyed very much by the President Atthe summit of tho moun- tain a scene of great magnificence waa afforded tbo party, tbo sides being tbe location ot Grand View Cemetery, where upwards of '00 unknown dead who met their fate during the Johnstown flood are buried._______________ Switchmen Condemned for Striking. BUFFALO, N. Y., Sept 18. Tbo switchmen's convention bold no session Wednesday, none of the committees be- ing ready to report. The delegates went to Niagara Falls on an excursion. In an Interview with Grand Master Sweeney regarding tho Central strike, ho scored thelocalleadersof the switch- men for calling the men out here. He particularly severe on Major Go wan, of Albany, and District Master Workman Lee. He said that Loe was at tbe bottom of tho whole trouble. A Poll Tux ot Two Dollars ImpoRC 1 1-11 Every MaU> Female Knocked Out, JACKSOX. Miss., Sept Voting on the question was begun nosday in tbo constitutional oon >.i immodiatoly tho .-f Mr. Edwards' speech in favor of uu i tivo educational and property tion. Tho report of n elective frunchisos was on section by section, nrA it tV.r.: convention stands noiiriy to in favor of it< adoption. T'.u providing Cor an educational ur pvoivjrty rojei-; 77 to :ir.l COIif'M r 'U'tC'l -Uf- I'n m by a similar Othor amondmonts wrr- i1.- MH-nl Four section? tbo v.c.e adopted, us follows: Section .V.I i-U'clicns slm'l by hy Soi-tiou mule "I'S vsccpl 1-liois. pursous iil'ii- u'.uns. who !s u tif t'-.o twontj-ouc yosirs oid niu1 umvur.ls, who ha-, r sliloil la thiji Slate two .iinl r .rx tlu' eloctiou ilistrii-t in wliii-ti lio ufTeit; and who Is dnly rejflstereil In fiv- tiOM 't of tills iirtk'lo. ivU'l who li'is uovor I't-'.-.i uvifloi! of lirl'.'ory, tliofl. .ir-'1... "'i tniiiliiR money or rooi'is un.scr false sbttll uuiitlecl to u vote, attc-r sl  solemnly swear (or af.lr.ii) tlnvt 1 am twcuiy ono yot'.ra nl.l ii'iil Umi I v.-'U have rcsiilecl la this Slate two years. Mel in e'.eollon district of county one uisuing election, vor if tcrof the gospel, two yours1 'osidoiu: in StJito ttiul six ranr.'li" ;n sa'.J eloc-lon nnd 11 in In good falili u resiile'.it in tli-j mid that I nm not ainqunlitl'-1 from voting by renson of hai'tajj c'-uvlctecl ot any oruio unmed in tho uoustiluUon ot this Sl'te u.-. rtisfiniiliflsfttlon to Ixs ;vn doctor; t will truly (juostlonii prcpnimdod to rao concnruiag my 30 fur as th.sy relate to ray i-lght to vote anil also to r .v J bcfo-e my cltJr.coshlp In this distrie th.it i will faithfully aiipport tho ConMtitution nf United Btfttt-B and of the State of Mississippi iinl will beiir truo fulth uju! .illcgiaaoe f o 'ho same." Section 4 A uniform poll '.ax of two do'.lara is licr..-by linposol upon evt- y male in llic State between the of twonly-onc and sixty, not parsons who are deaf and rtuci'j uuJ blind. Th" of Iho tax 'mpc-soS i.' dcclurod to be aauitllfloutlon of a voter. A long discussion resulted rog-ardinjf Section ft nnil amendment after amend- ment was offered and convention action. rejected, and tha adjourned without further ter- ___TUAGflDY. Two fontiK KHUul by Tholr Futlior Slslor Merchant Shot-- Suloldfi of PORTSMOUTH, JST. H., Sept. riblo tragedy occurred last and there is groat oxcitomont. A mob of several hundred people surrounds the house whore tho bodies of three dead persons partially attest tho extent of tho crime. Fred Tloln, n cooper, has a family of three daughters, the eldest, Carrie, aged flf toon yeara, keeping for him. His wife, who. it Is said, was unfaithful, loft bim several months ago. Since she left it is roported that Carrie has bocoino wayward. [loin's troubles proyod on his taind until bo resolved tu on I them ;ind re- move from temptation tho tiirco t'otnalo [numbers of his household. Two of and tho murderer himself lie dead in bis borne, while at tho hospital tbe third daughter lios dying with a billing in her nook, and at his hotni: Cbarloa Taylor, a hardware merchant whoso name has boon connected with thiit, Mrs. Uein, lies wiUi two bullet holes his bntk. Be ford Hiedi'-.covcry of Hcin'-i dead body ollicors and citizens scouring tho city in search of him and bad ho fallen into the hands of tho coub ha would have bcfn THK WAGKS Oe SIN. Two W.1I Siri-nli 'i.': Their to Prison for loir; 111., Sept. the celebrated Holdon-Russoll murdur tri-.il the; jury yesterday foiin I tbe dofr-ndanv-i guilty of murder and fixed the sontoncc- of Calvin Holdon rvs death; Albert Dun- barn, death: Mrs. Eliza Kolden, twoniy- fivn years in tbf: penitentiary; Bdwia HoldoTi, fifteen years in tho poniton- tiary. The story of the crime for which thcso persons have been convicted is as fol- lows: On tbo evening of Juno 21 lj.si. while Ilarley and his wife were returning homo in a from Monti- cello, they overtook two men, Calvin 1 (olden and Albert Dunham. Dunham the horw and hold it while Hoi- Jen drew a revolver and sbot inflicting a mortal wound. Ruas'ill lived long to toll all about tbo shooting and wbo did it. Holden and Dunharn placed in jail and Dun- ham told enough to implicate Mrs. Hoi- don and Edwin" HoWen. her son. They were arrested indicted by th" grand jury with the arxrve S> r.t'-r-c-j and dato of execution will not b? glv.-a tbo YOKE, Sept Fiemiag bmilding in Citj, which is occo- bj tbe Kew York and Jersey Telephone sirack by lightning Be- fore conid be sabdoed 520.000 WM and all telephonic between York cwt off. Tfce Pk, Sept of sU of Pwwr of 5. MBM! ken ___. Tkrve tto dtteM to UM tiMpk ttf Trovf ArsrrsT, Stpt. Xeai T. 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