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Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer (Newspaper) - September 09, 1891, Cincinnati, OhioWednesday morning september 9, 1891 vol. I no. 9 oat. Claiming that they would not Hart them but their refused to open the door. A bomb was exploded against the door shattering the beams and making an opening urge enough for them to enter through but the shooting by Harris and also shots flood during the affray by the by Ekeman evidently scared them off. As they left without wearing any treasure. Harris was taken to Merced where he is dying. As soon As the news of the attempted robbery reached Merced a special train started for the scene bearing officers and a posse of sixty men. Who Are now in Pursuit. Officers have also started from Turiace. Modesto. Merced and Lathrop. Tennessee a c0nvict& ready for business the festive train robber Patron Saint of the Farmers. Seitz the idol of the Ohio Peoples a movement pays a Midnight visit to the express messenger. Striking and startling discussion of the old party measures. This prison Are to be kept the prisoners Hie to work in the mines. The Stock shall be built for the convicts in on. Bledsoe and equate i counties the Able bodied convicts Are to be de in the Tennessee Coal. Iron and rail Many s mines in those counties but Tere else. The lessees Are to pay the $250.000 for the labor of the convicts a amp lease running from Twenty five to p year. Estate is to pay for the clothing feed transporting and guarding the convicts a emcees Are to be Given the site on which Lesept main prison stands in this City. Will give the state 500 acres of land too new prison is to be built on h partially disabled convicts can raise nets for their own consumption. The Ling erf the new prison is to begin with Zeigy. Convicts being employed in erect i legislators Are of the opinion that it last the general Assembly with some array great to my me Kinley. Russia has half a million troops on the polish and Tho now party making legislative combination in several counties. Mexico reported on the verge of revolution by an american who has been there. A Sun we is a we a Rissa i iff i al i / i a it my. Lancaster. Ohio. September a the great if i h / $ j i see meeting so Long advertised to Uke 1 Jim 1 a a a by off 1 place at the county fair grounds Sinee Jane a i l i a a / by y%>s3�?T. A a Ira and which j air5 Ujj Ujj a fake a aphasia so was manifested no with x Beckon 111 oat rated from the ground Luite 55555 urge majority of the auditors were demo Mhz a it raises the wages of the labourer Bow i crowd was comparatively i it that the highly protective countries in a mail the enthusiasm was great. Europe Only pay half the wages that England i of a Naif to Fri Tinc is being held to night does second if free Trade Lowers wages. A Wjk cite Hall attended mainly by work Bow is it that England under its free Trade Nomen and Ater Cutca by or. Farmer of policy has doubled the pay of her labourers Rasta. The Peonie s candidate for Congress. Third How is it that England Only has one a tvs min or or. A Naa smut. Of Lawrence third of the paupers new that she bad before it i ase it us adoption of free Trade fourth if pro a re hot eth pox Section protects and increases wages How Jwon being introduced to id is it that we Are paying the lowest wages that we have not come before Yon As no ref we have Psid since the close of the War Lelie Veas we will net Force what we say among other things said a already the Iowa your throats. We put to reason with wealth and pores which properly belong to no. We do not claim to belong to any the people of this on try Are concentrated Rig tuatau i do not Uke to Bear a Man say to the bands of a few men. Senator Ingalls recently declared in a Public speech that a Taos to a Farr. men owned More than half of the quot this tone of the evils that stand in the we it amp of this country. Thirty thousand Ppd. Of the people s party. A Man gets less than one fourth of 1 per is Dpi on a Parff inst of a fellow got cent of the people of the United states and Unsod on a Girt when i to to Congress 1 yet this contemptible Small percentage of Ishar of 1 a Liege Tbs the people on he Ili ted states Are in pos nce is a movement Pfadt is As solids the Bor is the Only Way to produce wealth Strong the labor has got none of the increase of this pal it has accomplished its object. Home j wealth. One fourth of 1 per cent of the pop cow Anim that it is a mid a Miner sick-1 uuti01i has absolutely pocketed All this Nora. It u like i epidemic and that the crease. Concentrated wealth Means ranges a oads will soon Roll away. They Are mis-1 rated Power if the wealth is concentrated Ikea. They have riot taken into consider a few Banda then the Power is in those in the foot that Gigantic corporation have hands. You May theorise As you will but it Ricau in the last Twenty years in Onset not theory that confronts us. But a con st. Pet us Sec to september 7.troops to the number of 150.000 Nave been ordered to. Warsaw. This will bring the number of the j russian forces on the polish Frontier up to i 500.000. 2 i a jew named Etc Renhols and several As 1 Sis tan to have been arrested at Odessa on the charge of producing in hundreds of wealthy i jewish German youths who wished to evade i conscription an apparently serious skin affection. By Means of sub cutaneous injections of Petroleum an it Croton Oil. The situation in Mexico. Gale Mooij. Tex. September 7.a gentleman interested in Railroad building in hex Ico and connected with jetty works at Tampico. Very recently arrived at Galveston from that country and in the course of an interview yesterday made some startling statements. said he. A is now on the verge of a revolution. During. Ray stay in the Republic i had a splendid Chance to study its people and a Large number of persons of the lower Clam of mexicans employed. Many mexicans expressed themselves As greatly dissatisfied with the government and would willingly rebel if any one to Lead. The people Are against the military and an outbreak might occur at any time. The better class of mexicans who Are opposed to Dias a administration Are circulating among ignorant classes and leading them to believe that Dias is working in the interest of the United states government in granting Railroad franchises to corporations whose stockholders Are citizens of the states. Before leaving Tampico i visited an old French doctor who has been an inhabitant of Mexico for the past forty Yeats. And he informed me that in bake of an uprising i had better leave As the feeling against americans and especially citizens of Texas is very bitter. A a in talking Over the situation he raid that that the prospects for a. Revolution had not looked so Ripe for Many years. The Success of the chilian insurgents Oyer bal a aced has Given the mexicans great Hopes and Many believe the Diaz government Rau be overthrown in the same Nanner. This is the True situation without any prejudice to either party. Haytt Hai the War for. New York september pc the latest news from Hayti. Brought a i Var the steamship Adirondack which arrived from cocaine evidently intended to be so the australian ballot Law to be at to Okad in the supremo court a laps the Republican Lead Era lose their nerve. Between the Texas train robbers at watch to in Enqu Ikka. Otacar Ohio. September 7.the great clarity with which it has been an i that the Republican state commit-11 pot go into the supreme court to the new ballot Law is misleading tended to be misleading urae the committee will not go into a but there Are several methods of a thing. The Republican organs All in rating that the new la will be r to the disadvantage of their party Are Alj convinced that there is an necessity of setting the Law aside in be of the election and get Back to the it Bod. In which intimidation coercion be corrupting Power of Boodle were Ful levers in behalf of Republican gave six sons to the confederacy and their pursuers in a Mountain pass general John Morgan being the most noted. Containing Diz bearers was a quire two to was not thirteen of the highwaymen Yard two of the Baa Gen reported Eli led a the a Gege meat the Trail Hel Uvalde. Texas. September a the train robbers who were thought to have escaped across the Rio Grande River with a sum raid to be 120.000. Which they secured from the express ear on the Southern Pacific railway were met yesterday by a party of rangers who had been in Pursuit and a Battle took Pisco. Iii reports received thirteen of the robbers and two rangers were killed end sever of both sides were wounded. The Rangen followed whet was thought to be the course punned by the robbers through the Mountain passes and although they had at several times lost the Trail they called up on the robbers thursday they discovered unmistakable evidence the the in to were but axe Miles ahead of them sad were headed toward Las vat Gaza f a al the inn err a jelled a on the bandits strongly and made better time for after pushing on a portion of the night they wer rewarded yesterday by falling in with the outlaws. X f quot / the engagement was Short As the Bui dits were outnumbered. They held the Best position. However and stood their ground until their dead and wounded were so numerous that farther resistance was Imp ssh ble. And the remainder fled. It is raid that two men escaped. A Republican state committee shares Itisha matter of common talk in this City of the fudges have expressed the to Ltd lives to the re publican leaders on the Ord amp drily this would be a Strong state menthol after the partisan decision in the Legi Tiye apportionment Case it need brads be wondered at. R a a to Papaiy trouble in the by of. Getting the earn court is the of a Case. be some ground for appealing to a quart before the Appeal cad be made. I Kbyii rat Board it elections in. Is Airfield county waa today the basis of an action in the courts. The Republican president of that Board decided that two out of the four votes elected the clerk and a Republican clerk waa installed of that decision. I it was supposed the democrats would go an to the courts to Settle that matter. Then the Law would be declared unconstitutional. Furthermore it was surmised that judge Rutter might remove the recalcitrant members of the boy ird. And. They refusing to vacate. Would be taken into court and the constitutionality of the Law disposed of. The scheme did not work there but it May work some place else. The Republican members of some county Board May refuse to carry out some provision of the Law. And upon mandamus proceeding the question would be hurried to tie supreme court where the Kangaroo would be executed As speedily and certainly without argument As with of course the Republican committee would have nothing to do with it. Of. No the trouble with the new ballot Law. In Republican estimation is that the Farmers and workingmen to the number of 300.000. Petitioned for its enactment to Republican Bosses know that the Farmers it and workingmen Are not breaking their necks to brine about an endorsement of Mckinney ism. A hence the Importante of killing and skinning the a a a big Surprise. The Southern Pacific company on the constant watch per train rubber. 8an Antonio Texas september2.six men stopped train no 20. On the Southern Pacific railway at 3 25 o clock and held it until 5 25 this morning Twenty Miles West of Langley and one mile East of a site track called 6am-uels. Which is about twelve Miles from Rio tack by the revolutionary exiles under the general Legitime. Alt the Haytian port Are Well garrisoned and an extra guard protects the Palace in Poat a Prince. The general feeling among merchants at the ports is that an outbreak is Only a question of a Short time. For the West at 4 40 o clock. The passengers were unmolested As the men seemed to want Only the contents of the express car and of the mail bags. They got All the Money in the express oar. They also took one registered package two empty mail bugs and the mail which was made up for the Dryden Post office. After they had got what they would from the mail car and express car. They returned the Money which they had taken from the mail clerk and express messenger and left the train the Railroad company has offered s250 Reward for the capture of each Man. The express company will offer a Reward of about $1.000 for each one captured and besides the government offers a standing Reward of about $500 for every train robber making the amount offered for each robber about $1.750. A posse under Roy bean of Langley another under sheriff Keefer of Del Rio and Captain Jones. With his rangers. Have been sent on a special car to the spot. Six men stopped the train and All were armed with Winchester. A great Deal of firing was indulged in by the robbers and the baggage and mail cars were Well filled with Bullet holes. A Small Quantity of dynamite is said to have been used to blow open the express ear doors As the agent refused to open it. No one was Hurt in the explosion. The express messenger was j. E. Smith of the Wells Fargo service who obtained National Fame by killing two train robbers near Elpaso a couple of years ago. This time he was outnumbered and. Though he stood off the marauders As Long As be possibly could was finally forced to give in. A band of robbers attempted to hold up this Tram at Tabor Only a few Miles from the scene of the last night s attack several weeks ago. By cutting the Telegraph wires and shooting into the station operators office but from some cause decided to Aba Idon their plan and disappeared. Extra precaution has been exercised on the trains of the Southern Pacific company since then and last nights robbery is a Surprise. Afterwards to become so celebrated waa a local citizen from his 13th year until during the fall of 1s6l when he joined the Confederate army. He married miss Bruce an aunt of mrs. Al n. Roth of your pity. His career is too familiar to need repetition. He was at the head of the famous Lexington rifles when he entered the War and took the Flower of this Section with him. Including their thorough bred flyers. In addition to this Brilliant Confederate officer. Mrs. Morgan gave five other sons to that service All of them served with marked ability and two of them colonels. R. C. And c. A. Are living at present the chief of them outside of the celebrated John was colonel Calvin c. Morgan who for Many years was one of the most prominent turkmen of this Section. He was a the owner of such flyers As Aaron panning ton. Calvin and Bob Woolley. He was a partner of h. Price Mcgrath who a Here the possessors of Tom Bowling and Aristides and who was a Central figure in a group of great men. Including James b. Beck. John cd Breckinridge j. C. 8. Blackburn. W. C. P. Breckinridge. Judge Ben f. Buckner. Colonel j. Stoddard Johnston and other notables. Their meeting place was in the club rooms of the Phoenix hotel destroyed by fire. Here Many Campaign were mapped out and offices distributed. \ the deceased has resided in a very Large old Brick building of the antebellum style of architecture at the Corner of second and Mill streets where she bad reared her Large family with a record of forty years existence. Not Only had she contributed five sons to the rebel cause but two daughters As Well the wives of Brilliant general one the widow of general a. P. Hill and the famous Leader of Virginia and the other the wife of general Basil w. Duke who succeeded to the command his brother in Law had made so celebrated. This famous family was intimately connected with noted Northern families such As the Dudley. Brec sin ridges scats and War Fields. J As mkt Hack As 1882 a great English financier was sent to this country with a secret Mircu of Lar. To Tell the Bankers of the United states a How to control the wages of labor. This 1 was to be done by getting control of the \ country. Oar financial policy a a folded after the financial policy of great Britain. A it is this financial policy which More than 1 any thing else has contributed to the degradation and. of the people. Or. M. W. Wilkins of Kansas engaged the. Attention of Bis audience in Arnost exhaustive speech of two and one half hours not a a person leaving the urge crowd during its entire delivery. He excoriated the two old 1 parties As being in partnership to Advance the interests of the Money Power of the country. Among other things he said a Mckinley a Ais Short speech the other Day a Lancaster said that with the Prosperity in the country we cud not have any use for the Egi Amity shrieked from Kansas. When Mckinley is talking about Prosperity be should look at his own tip Ere Are $445.000.000 of mortgages on real estate he should look it his own state where form lands have declined in value and Are Worth 40ner cent. Iras than ten or fil Tran m should a Box to his own state. Where in the year i860, you relieved 44.000 paupers. He should look to Hie own Sute where the Hocking Volley has become a synonym for horror where men end women Are started to death. The increase of wraith in the country floes not show Prosperity. Millionaires on the one band and tramps on the other Are not evidence of Prosperity. Under Republican Rule we have developed 30,-803 millionaires. Whin he regards that As evidence of Prosperity he is either ignorant or misleading the people. A a a the question for the people to determine ascertaining whether the country is getting prosperous is this �?~1s wealth being distributed equally or with some regard to a or. Wilkins urged that the poverty and destitution of the great cities were due to the oppressions of the Money Power of thi country. He reviewed the financial history of the Republican party and declared that every conspiracy that was devised to Rob the people originated with that party. He quoted from ministers of the gospel and from Heads of benevolent organizations to is sow How pauperism and prostitution existed. And claimed to was the Ine Vaubie result of Republican legislation which re duped workers to starvation wages. A a amp v v a a a dem00rati0 Alliance. A. Payette county Domoe Raey endorse a he Batira people s to cd a to. Sex Ciao. Disfavour to Tbs vnqu1bkb. Washington <5. A. Ohio. September 5,�? the democrats gobbled up the Peoples j party of Fayette county to Day by endorsing. Their entire county ticket. The convention was called for the purpose of nominating a county ticket and selecting delegates to the senatorial and judicial conventions to be held at Greenfield. September 15. Mayor j. B. Koontz was chosen chairman and Peter Dempsey. Secretary. After the selection of delegates or. Johnson moved that the convention endorse the county ticket of the Peoples party. Hon. C. A. Palmer said that after sons Nita Tiou with j. D. Post the democratic member of the Board of elections he was convinced that it would be necessary in order that the ticket properly appears on the Kangaroo ballot that the nominations be regularly made erne at a time. This was done. The following ticket. Which is the people Stie Keten lire being nominated for representative. A. R. Swope formerly Republican commissioner. Harry l. Over formerly Democrat treasurer. J. . Formerly prohibitionist infirmary director. Dean Hidy. Formerly Democrat a a a .4a a a some democrats say that the above ticket being backed by both the democrats and people will surely be elected while republicans claim they can defeat it easier than they sold a straight democratic ticket. A the democrats of this county Are unanimously in favor of the nomination of Joseph Hidy for common plots in do. Uva a j arrested As a spy. Calcutta september 7.count Ali Kaneft has been arrested at Kabul. Afghanistan charged with being a russian spy. He is the Well known russian commander and dipl mate famous for his command of the expedition of 1879 against the Teke turkomans. And for his annexation of Merv in 1883 and the attack on pen Deh in 1885. When arrested he was disguised As a Mohammedan worshipper. He claims that he has not recently been in the russian service having been dismissed from his command. Carried skyward by a enormous Bald Eagle. A the a tier off Hie fat Vienna. September 7.count Kalnoky and Chancellor von Caprivi. Except for a Brief visit to the Field spent yesterday together at a a tie Meiers where the emperor received their reports and conferred with them. Sine saturday emperor William has been using a Carriage in going about owing to fatigue resulting from his Long continuance in the Saddle. A Imp Klym powder Trato. Vienna. September 7.tbe austrian so called a a smokeless powder which was used at the Schwarzenau Maneu vers produces Clouds of Light Blue smoke. The German powder which produces a Brown puff hardly distinguishable from the ground is much Superior. _ the Bird of Freedom shot by the father of the victims death of . A the Miami. The entertainment prepared a Ras of a two fold character. A number of Able orator were to address the multitude present on labor topics Only while us interesting series of athletic contests were also provided for the lovers of sport. The Long variety of am Useman to al ways Tobe found at the resort such As the Skiff Riding swinging Toboggan sliding. Ac., completed the Stock of enjoy men t. The stand erected for the speakers was not s thing of Beauty but it was in craving with the Plain and rugged sentiments delivered therefrom. A rough Board affair it Wax with a Short ladder As a Means of Entrance. And a barrel for the speakers desk. The Small stand was provided with two beaches on which sat the orators of the Day. At 2 of clock an immense crowd had tattered about the Little open air Eta grand mayor Mosby Rose to be greeted by Hearty cheer. He introduced hon. W. H. Stevenson. Who spoke but briefly and then extended his compliments for the magnificent Parade which organized labor had Given a the great City thirty Miles away. The major compared the condition of labor in this country very handsomely with that of other nations and predicted that next years demonstration would exceed even the remarkably successful one m Progress. The private Secretary. Claude Meeker was then into Duck and As governor Campbells. Fri Tate Secretary explained the absence of Bis die tinny shed Superior. A the official household sends Hearty Heartfelt and Earnest said the private Secretary a and your dissed ointment at the governors inability to be present because of sickness is not so great As or. Meeker extended the governor congratulations on the enjoyment afforded and the Sno Cess of the big Celebration and was succeeded by congressman Outhwaite. Who also came As Tbs representative of governor Campbell. The Elo agent speaker a Man of strikingly handsome appearance with use military Cut Beard and symmetrically erect form lamented Bis inability to fill the governors place As it should be filled. A Ohio has 4.000.000 said the congressmen. A and All Over this great state conclave similar to this one Are being held the speaker pointed to the fact that Cincinnati gave the first labor Celebration in 1887. And in the following year a Law waa passed fixing a labor Day and making it a Legal Holiday. Congressman Outhwaite a dwelt very happily on the Prosperity of to state and the advancement of the Workingman a cause which had transformed a a trackless Forest into a Garden of he referred to the Kentucky organization that took part in the Parade and declared that none were More Welcome. A organized labor can direct legislation National state and said the speaker in closing. A again in the name of the Stote i congratulate you today upon the abundant manifestation of your Power and major we. My a Inlet. The Republican candidate for governor had until now sat in the background his plug hat Well set Back on his head and a Light overcoat thrown Over his shoulders. He a to pc Chat. Dispatch to thi a Noc Idab. 8ault Ste. Marie. Mich. September 5.�? John cow Adje. A Chippewa Indian living of the Shore of Echo Lake started ont ibis morning to guide a party who were going Over into Canada his Only child a girl baby was on the outside of the but near the door Bis wife being on the opposite Side of the Little dwelling. When the Indian father and the party had proceeded half a mile or so they saw an enormous Bald Eagle circling Over the Edge of Echo Lake near the hut. There was no thought of danger to to child but their sportsmen s instinct prompted them to turn Back to get a shot at the Bird As they turned to retrace their Steps the Eagle made a sudden swoop to the Earth. The Indian quickened Bis Pace anti reached his Cabin in Advance of the White when they arrived at the Lake they saw a dead Eagle of unusual size and formidable appearance lying upon the ground. Near it the Indian babe torn Ana bleeding Ana also dying. The scream and rash of the great Bird upon the child brought the Indian Mother upon the scene. Her babe was already several feet in the air. Held by the ugly talons of the Eagle. The child was evidently too heavy for the Bird and was dropped to the Earth. The fall caused its death. The Eagle made another Pauole for its victim but was fought off by the Mother who succeeded in driving it away. As the Bird arose in the air it waa shot by the father who had arrived too late to save the child. The White men had no difficulty in securing the Eagle and they will have it sensing a glasses alike. A Raty Maneu vers. Vienna. September 7.the austrian army Man Euver closed to Day and the emperor of Germany who had been watching them has gone to Munich accompanied by Chancellor von Caprivi. American Tournut released. Berlin. September 7.the american tourist Carleton Graves who was arrested on saturday last at Mayence in suspicion that he was a spy. Has bran released from us jhnr8 a brought to this country by italian immigrants and transmitted through fetes and Cria. Neo to talk greek jul the. Re Volution one of country. I have Faith in r. La ancient times he it and Europe he was a can Farmer will never i landed or Money am a that Are moving him Iove rent the Peoples rear Man shall have an and then if he be sober twelve thousand Morristown. Penn., september amp a people Here Are Ai armed at the rapid spread of a contagious skin disease called the a italian or a rabies occasioned by the presence of a minute parasite transmissible from one person to another. The disorder Here is affecting All classes alike and the Best families and most refined people Are among the sufferers. It is traced to the imported italian labourers who have recently been employed in this neighbourhood and has spread both up and Down the line of the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad and along the line of the new Trenton Cut off. From Ornsville to Glen Loche. Wherever these italians have been., they have left this Trail of annoyance and suffering. Notes and Coin Are said to by the most frequent medium for its transmission first from the italians to the shop keepers and then to the people generally. The Seft parts of the skin Between the fingers and about the wrists and elbows Are most frequently affected. The icarus usually attacks both sides of the body simultaneously and in adults it is never feud in the face or Scalp botany other portion of the bed May he affected. Supposed to have Boon taken by the Bio Greado tray a robbers. Dan yer september is now stated that the Rio Grande train robbers secured $12.000 from the express car instead of $3.000. As reported yesterday. This morning at 1 of clock All Telegraph wires Between cont Aroxi and Pueblo were Cut. It is supposed by the robbers. Who expect to gain time by this move. As soon As the bloodhounds were taken to the place of the robbery yesterday they struck the Trail and when last heard of were going toward wet Mountain. All the Mountain passes Are being guarded and now there is every probability that the robbers will be speedily captured. Only a million looking Pale might re Blead to Down Xor Luley Iron work a re Aleo arrayed Agai amp it the pro Teot Pontet. Pittsburg september 6.thomas h. Dudley. A prominent citizen of new Jersey who has just returned from England in conversation with a number of Pittsburg manufacturers at Cresson Spring is quoted assaying a i Learned that a determined Effort was being made to defeat Mckinley for governor of Ohio and if Money can do it this will be done. No specific amount has been mentioned but $1.000.000 can readily be secured by voluntary daring the past week efforts have been made by prominent Alle Cheuy county democrats the influence dissatisfied protectionists in the amalgamated association to take the stump in Ohio against Mckinley. Winfield Mcl a Louah. One of the men approached by the democrats said to right a it is a fact that there is a great Deal of dissatisfaction among Many members of the amalgamated association. Year after year that organizations members have upheld the Protection policy with their votes and year after year they have received in Many quarters. No benefits from this except harder conditions and non Union Millay i hello st. Peter governor Campbell not in cedi then to take aaes by View of any thing. Sad Ciao dispatch to to Zyx Aciria new York. September a the world tomorrow will say governor Campbell of Ohio received a number Ofey leers at his rooms in the fifth Avenue hotel to Day. He looked very Pale his Eye was Tribout its usual sparkle Bis hand shake was languid and altogether he appeared to be greatly exhausted. Still he expects to recuperate quickly. He is a Jinx to Day either to the Oriental or to Spring Lake to remain until he feels better. The governor is booked to deliver the opening speech of Bis Campaign at Sidney. Ohio. September 17, and a said to Day he bad no doubt about being Able to keep his engagement. His first joint debate with Mckinley will cot take place until october 8. Being asked whether he expected to carry the state. Or. Campbell replied in a rather melancholy tone a i have not been Able to take part in politics for several weeks and know nothing about what is going on except As i gather it from the newspapers. And for myself. I am not in condition at present to take a very easy View of any e Toig lha a Thea race of hot remedies they propose and they a Whai you want is Tariff Reform quot b get All the Relief from Tariff Reform stiff key say a Revenue Reform will the distress that Bod legislation Baa sufficient Revenue to meat the Estat remedy be proposes and he 3gys on need is Protection. More Krotec of Soite of the fact that the Farmers of Tinty in the last Twenty five years st two thirds of the wealth they pos rid instead of increasing the employ a labourers have turned them out it and reduced their wages will ask for More Protection. To or ra1ss a crop pm crop of wheat we ought to be ted. To Trade with the Fellows that will the most for it. But then we Ore the the remark that a must protect set industries. To quote from Bob >11. When an infant cots six feet Long eaters to get out of the Cradle and i to piece if Yon done to Roek him done to think it needs further pro Tfaye Mckinley Bill put an additional poo Wool and Wool went Down in it increased the duty on menu a articles and Mills have been erected manufacture of shoddy in this coun Lis measure has rendered it imposes poor Man to Bay a suit of Woolen still around Whitely a shops. And Bolding up train a a Pomo of sixty Mon organised and trailing Down the Elg Waymen. San Francisco september 4.the los Angeles express was held up by two masked men a few Miles South of Modesto at 8 45 last night. The robbers boarded the train at Ceres and compelled Engineer Neff and fireman Wallace to extinguish the. Head Light and fill the boiler with water. They then made them get Down and go to the express car and ordered it opened. Conductor Roche and brakeman Fox were in the front ear. And they at once went out on the platform and looked out on the East Side of the car. At the sight of the conductors lantern one of the robbers called out for them to go Back firing a shot at them. The conductor set his lantern Back and fired two shots at the robbers. The conductor at once went Back into the car and sought detective Len Harris of los Angeles and detective Lawson who happened to be on the train. Harris got out of the car on the West Side and walked up toward where the robbers. Who had gone Over to that Side of the express car. Were. When about two car lengths from the express car Harris opened fire with a revolver sending two shots in their direction. The robbers returned the fire firing three shots All of which took effect. Hitting Harris in the neck and Over the left Eye. Meanwhile the robbers were compelling Engineer Neff to hold a torn while fireman Wallace worked at the door. They called several times to express messenger Reed and his assistant. Charlas to Osan the door and con a a More attempt to wind up the dethroned reaper rings affairs at Springfield. Spa tax. Dispatch to thi kkqd1brx. Springfield Ohio. September 6.initial Steps a Rill be commenced in court monday morning for taking them. the Mammoth East Street shops out of the hands of the receiver. This state of affairs is brought about by the co operation of creditors and debtors. An informal meeting of the parties representing All involved was held saturday. Allex pressed their approval of the plan to close up the affairs of the company As soon As possible. W. N. Whitely quondam reaper King said the night that the so called car re pair and manufacturing company that had an option on the Plant never had any existence. And was composed of speculators without Means or responsibility also that a Good Bona fide buyer Lor a considerable portion of the property can be secured. Among the firms that Nave applied for space in East Street shops Are Hulmon. Boyer a co. Of Cincinnati and the Champion Fence company. Of not thought of. The general denies having been called to Harrison s Cabinet. New Haven. Conn. September 7.senator Hawley who was reported to be at Cace May conferring with president Harrison relative to accepting the place in the Cabinet made Varant by the resignation of Secretary Proctor. Was seen at the Pembroke hotel. Wood Mont. This morning by a reporter. The interviewer placed a copy of last nights dispatch in the senators hands and asked him what truth there was in it. A none at he answered. A i Haven to seen the president since last May. And be has not sent for me. The matter has not entered my mind and i do not know that any of my friends have asked the place Sor me. Halford has not offered it to him. Cape May Point. September 7.general Hawley has not been to Cape May As stated in the Washington Post Tifis morning and private secretory Halford denies any knowledge of Hawley being offered the War Secretary ship. A a a a a a a a a a a explorer killed by natives. Zanzibar. September is reported Here that natives recently killed the explorer Stuhlman in a skirmish on Lake Taugh a Demoor atle executive who Aro expected at the meeting at Columbus. Columbus. Ohio. September 7.chairman Neal of the democratic state committee is arranging for s meeting of democratic governors on october 6. He says he expects Here on that occasion governors Francis of Missouri Stone of Mississippi Winans. Of Michigan Russell of Massachusetts Jackson of Maryland Nichols of Louisiana Brown of Kentucky Fleming of Florida Reynolds of Delaware Kagie. Of Arkansas Jones of Alabama Abbott of new Jersey Fowler of North Carolina Pattison. Of Pennsylvania Buchanan of Tennessee Hogg of Texas Mckinney of Virginia Wilson of West Virginia Peck of Wisconsin Boies of Iowa Boyd of Nebraska. And Hill of now York. There will be speaking on each of the four fronts of the Tate Capitol build my in the evening and excursions will be run from All parts of the talk of building a Telephone Una the the Boa Seona. Paris. September 4.the French military manoeuvres include the use of elaborate apparatus by the balloon telegraphic postal and Telephone services to which general Saucier has Given great attention. If Eue Cess Fui every army corps will be provided with a Complete outfit including a portable steam engine to work dynamos. It has been ascertained that one hour will suffice to inflate a balloon and provide it with a Telephone. A the feast of Dias. City of Mexico. September 7.a number of the governors of state Are expected to arrive Here and participate in the presidents feast september 15. And 6,000 soldiers win probably Uke part in the Sham Battle which is to be fought a that eat Beans. Sunday dinners which prisoners revolt again to. Hartford. Conn. September 6.about forty criminals at the state prison at we Ubersfeld on saturday refused to eat by no which had been cooked for dinner. The Warden promptly sent nine of the st ii mini u prisoners to their cells and after Warren county people s ticket. Of Douai. Dispatch to to Hhugo Dju. Lebanon. Ohio september 5.the Peoples party held a convention st the f ont h quot a j _ _. R. 1------1-- continued my third Page

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