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1 Jun 1899

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1 Jun 1899

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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - June 1, 1899, Defiance, Ohio In a. 5vii Quot a pm it i a v a a a a a i i debian. Ab�s-v-3 vol. , Thursday june i 1833 no. 2 5 eve convention uncertainty veils the great gubernatorial Derby. Field eight starters though others Are being groomed Tor the desperate dash. Lively scenes at the capital leading hotel fairly swarming Witt Buckeye politician All indication pointing to the largest gathering republicans in history the state. Columbine 0., May 31.�?hotel lobbies Are thronged with Buckeye republicans Here to attend the state convention which opens thursday. All incoming trains carry big crowds and indications Point to the largest political gathering in the history the state. Hustlers wearing badges their favourites enliven the scenes in the lobbies and at the Headquarters the various candidates. Ail the counties Are represented Here some by their full delegations others by leaders and forerunners. All the candidates Are Here with their Headquarters in full blast. Mayor Mckisson arrived from Cleveland with leading members one the three con sued a protest against a. W. A Jones but this is not the cause a the opposition failing to unite him. While there is some betting favourites yet with Over a dozen candidates in the there is As yet nothing which to base a reliable forecast As to the nomination. Contesting delegations. In addition to the Large number candidates there Are contests from seven counties the latest being those from Hamilton and Franklin counties. The developments indicate that the contests from these two Large counties will not Likely effect the result. None the members the Hamilton county committee issued a Call for a mass convention participated in the Pike opera House meeting. The Franklin county committee pursuant to a Call by its chairman met in Columbus Iasi March and selected 34 delegates who Are for Nash. Monday night certain members this committee met at the Chittenden hotel Here and selected another delegation 34 delegates from Franklin. There Are 38 members the county committee and it requires two thirds to reconsider any previous action. There is one vacancy but it still requires 20 for a parliamentary majority and 26 for two thirds. It was Given out that there were two thirds at the meeting. The Nash men secured affidavits from 24 members the committee including its chairman that they were not at the Chittenden hotel meeting that they were never notified such in Felting and knew nothing it till next Day. It is a denounced that colonel w. P. Orr and perhaps other local favourites will not have their Nanus presented. Orr not a candidate. Toledo. May 31.�?general w. P. Orr who has been considered a candidate for governor stated that he will refuse to allow his name to be presented to the convention Anc that he is in no sense a candidate. Need volunteers Mckinley reviews the situation in the Philippines. No cause for uneasiness. L null general Aik fur an additional Force there will lie no enlargement the army. Stories punctured. Section lands killed. Marietta 0., May 31.�?a Handcart the Baltimore amp Ohio southwestern railway was struck by an extra through freight near Coolville and was thrown High in the air with its four occupants Section hands. Two a them William a amp hell and Otis Dodd were instantly killed. Thomas Flaherty Section Foreman was probably fatally injured. The other Man was severely injured. Fog prevented the men from seeing the train in time to escape. Hon. Harry Daugherty. A testing delegations Cuya hoga county the Home senator Hanna. Senator Hanna is not expected till thursday morning but congressman Dick who is credited with representing senator Hanna As Well As being the manager Nash for governor is the ground. While the chairmen leaders most the larger delegations got in at night after attending decoration Day exercises at their respective Homes none created More stir than George b. Cox Cincinnati the chairman the regular Hamilton county delegation with 86 votes out a total 813. Or. Cox was accompanied by August Hermann Frederick Bader and others his delegation. In addition to Nash Daugherty a. W. Jones Albert Douglas Frank a. Durban l. W. Hull Robert Nevin w. P. Orr and m. L. Smyser the names congressman w. B. Shattuck and j. Brigham assistant Secretary agriculture Are being used for governor. The contest seems to be Between Nash Daugherty and Jones with Shattuck entered As a local favorite for . Cox till the latter knows where he will throw his strength. And Brigham a candidacy is considered As a movement in the interest Nash. While Kurtz Bushnell Mckisson and other leaders what is known tax a the opposition to Hannah have been in conference yet they have not announced their candidate even if they Tave decided one. They Are said to be divided Jones Orr and Hull with ome tendency toward Daugherty if Ash cannot be beaten by Smy one else a he leaders say it is Nash against the , with Daugherty a close second. The anti Saloon league Ohio is at Lafayette grave. Paris May 31.�?a Large throng gathered in the cemetery Pic pus to assist in the annual decoration by the americans the Tomb Lafayette. The interest the occasion was enhanced by the knowledge that sex president Benjamin Harrison would speak. General Porter the United states ambassador opened the ceremony with a Brief address and . Harrison followed with an oration that was frequently applauded. Washington May 31.�?general Otis Bas informed the War department that he will he satisfied if the army under his command is kept at a maximum 30,000. The president will give him this number. The situation in the Philippines was the subject an extended conference Between the president and adjutant general Corbin. In View the More less alarming reports which have been sent to the United states from Manila it is important to know that the president does not share in a the anxiety which these dispatches have naturally created. General Otis has kept in close touch with the authorities Here and if he was in the tight position which the press reports seem to indicate it is Felt that he would not hesitate about making his dilemma known. The present strength the army in the Philippines including volunteers who Are still in the service is 36,000. When the volunteers return some 24,-000 regular will remain 6,000 less than the number estimated As necessary by general Otis. The reinforcements now in route to Manila and under orders to depart will bring the total regulars to the required figure but As there will be considerable loss through sickness it is proposed to decrease the companies now stationed in garrisons in this country to their minimum and increase the companies in the Philippines to their maximum. This arrangement will give general Otis ail the men he requires without disarranging the army As it is at present distributed. It can be stated authority that until general Otis asks for an add tonal Force there will a no enlarge ment the army not even to the extent recruiting the 35,000 natives provided for in the army i Organiza Tion Bill which passed the last Congress. Secretary Alger cabled general Otis to advise him at once what further reinforcements he May need after the arrival All the regular troops to be dispatched to the Philippines to replace the volunteers whose time is out. Pending general Otis report final decision further augmentation Otis forces will be deferred. Bubos in plague. It i Likely to complicate the Nome court Tiff Admiral Dewey. London May 31. bubonic plague is Likely to complicate the Home coming Admiral Dewey. Various governments have declared severe quarantine regulations against All egyptian red sea ports and Hong Kong where the fresh cases and the number deaths have nearly doubled in the past week the new cases numbering 143 and the deaths 134. Admiralty officials say that warships have no privileges As regards quarantine beyond those merchant ships the main Point to be considered being whether the ship is infected there a sickness aboard. Dewey Start homeward. New York May 31.�?a Cable from Hong Kong says Admiral Dewey expects to continue his homeward voyage Early next week. Ohio mod the speaker ship. Toledo o., May 31.�?congiissman j. Southard in giving an estimate the speaker ship situation denied that Henderson would get a solid delegation from Ohio although he said he was his personal preference As against Sherman. He believes the fight is Between Sherman and Henderson. He understands that congressman Grosvenor ii a candidate for the place a third Tor r. Newport. I., May 31.�?elisha Dyer was inaugurated governor Rhode Island for the third time. The Day was observed As Newport a annual Holiday and in addition to the aral exercises there was a big Celebration in Honor the presence rear Admiral Sampson and the ships the North Atlantic Squadron. Collision the a Al. Chicago May 3l�?a collision occurred Between two trains in the Lake Street elevated Railroad. Two cars were badly smashed and several passengers were bruised and Cut by flying Glass. To boost free Silver gathering the Ohio Valley _ league clubs. Session opens favourably. William Jennings Bryan. Former quo Amor Alt go us and other notable among the throng at the Blue Gra a state >1. Tripoli. On the Dia Mon la flow the pigskin contest different Point. Waled at clubs. To. L. . . W. To. . Brook. 27 la .710 Buffo. 20 17 .541 St. A 24 13 .649 n a. 15 21 .417 Bost. 23 13 .639 Pitts 14 21 .400 Chica. 23 15 .605 Louis. 12 25 .324 Phil 21 15 .583 Wash. 12 26 .316 Cju to. 19 in .543 Cleve 8 25 .243 at Baltimore r. He. At Grants Tomb. New York May 31. sarcophagus general Grant in the Tomb at Claremont was covered with Flowers after impressive ceremonies by u. S. Grant Post g. A. R., Brooklyn an Baltimore j 4 0 i 0 0 6 13 i St. Louis .1 02000 0,1 0-4 7 2 batteries tops and Robinson Young and Criger. Umpires Day Aud Mcgari at Philadelphia r. H e. Chicago 2 i 0 i 0 i 0 do 9 it 3 Philadelphia 0 0 0 n i 2�? i 9 2 batteries Taylor and Dot Nahum Platt a card and Douglas. In lie and i Donald. At Brooklyn r. In e. Louisville 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0�? 3 8 2 Brooklyn. 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 i a a 4 8 3 batted Ltd Cunningham Aud Kittrege Kennedy and Farrell. Hunt an i Connolly. At new York la. Tie Cincinnati. N i 2d to 5 to 2 new York. 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 a a 7 9 2 batteries a Doheny and Grady Taylor Louisville ky., May 31. opening session the third annual convention the league bimetallic clubs the Ohio Valley was cabled to order at 2 p. Rn., wednesday by president James p. Tarvin Covington by. The league is composed the bimetallic clubs Kentucky Ohio Indiana and Illinois. There is a gathering advocates the White Metal such As Lias never before been seen in Kentucky. Among the notables Are sex governor John p. Alt Geld Illinois sex senator a c. S. Blackburn this state governor Charles s. Thomas Colorado Hon. W. P. Black Illinois Hon. J. Van voor his Indiana and P. Belmont new York. Nearly 3,500 delegates representing 150 clubs Are in attendance. Several uniformed marching clubs and numerous brass bands Are also Here. Mayor Weaver delivered the address Welcome and judge Tarvin responded. The other speakers the afternoon were senator j. C. S. Blackburn the Hon. W. P. Black Illinois and governor Charles s. Thomas Colorado. Following the business proceedings the evening the Hon. J. Van Voorhus and sex governor Altgeld will be heard. In the evening a banquet will be Given at the Galt House in Honor judge Tarvin. Or. Bryan was not expected to arrive in the City until saturday but a Telegram was received from him signifying los intention attending the banquet to judge Tarvin and responding to a Toast. Royal absolutely Dure baking powder absolutely pure i makes the food More delicious and wholesome a . B�kt0 Powton co., min to. Sij teak Idle burkes. Striking a match came in conflagration in the Indiana Oil . Marion ind., May 31. striking a match by a Spectator near an Oil Well three Miles a ast Marion caused the Oil surrounding the Well to ignite and the flames instantly spread consuming everything for several squares. Six men. Who Wen the tank into which the Oil was pouring wire terribly burned. They Are Thomas Mcdonald Bluffton l. 3. Gordon. Montpelier Samuel Spellacy Lima Mark Waits Lima Albert g. Ford Kokomo Fred l. Rose Philadelphia. The injured men were brought to the Hospital in Marion where they Are being treated. One Hundred barrels Oil was in the tank at the time. It affects my Kinlet. Great interest in the repute lican state convention. Captain Tilley Boily found. Manila May 31. body Cap Fain George h. Tilly the signal corps who was attacked by treacherous natives while lauding from the Cable ship recorder at Escalante Island Negros has be n found in a River near the place where the attack was made. The body bears Marks violence. Next year�?T3 delegations much depend upon the action cd tuba commit credential to its . Several Content. Amula Ftp carafe. Ottawa ,ont., May 31.�?in the House sir Wilfred Laurier to be Premier replying to a question relative to the alaskan Boundary question said that Canadas position was exactly what it was when the commission adjourned. There had been no change and there would be none the part Canada. Wheeler a there. Boston May 31.�?fot the first time an sex officer the confederacy delivered the memorial Day address before a new England grand army Post. General Joseph Wheeler the cavalry Leader was the guest Honor and principal speaker at the memorial Day services e. W. Kinsley Post no. 113. U biker shooting Caro. Knoxville tenn., May 31. Case against general James a. Walker for shooting at 3. Hamilton with intent to kill during the trial the Reba Walker congressional contested election Case at Bristol va., last March has been set for next monday june 5, before corporation court at Bristol a. Market reports woman struck by a train. Washington c. H., o., May 31.�?mrs.a Hugh Stewart wife a prominent 88 y Goveia nor Roosevelt and a Aud Peitz. Gaff my Aud Andrew presidential Salute 2 guns fired from the United states Cruiser Brooklyn which Lay i the Hudson just below the Hill with All her Battle flags flying. Stockman living near Bloomingburg was fatally injured while attempting to drive across a railway track through a deep Cut. A flying train demolished the buggy and hurled its occupant through the air for a considerable distance. She cannot live. For freq Aarli a release. Paris May 31. court indictment considered the application for the release colonel Pic quart who is in prison a charge revealing documents concerning the National defence. It is said that decision will be rendered Friday. Russian Winter wheat ruined. Odessa Alay 31. Winter wheat crop sout Hern Russia has been completely destroyed by a protracted drought. The Spring wheat crop is also in jeopardy from the same cause. Poverty the cause. New York May 31.�?a Man believed to be Frank Smith Cleveland committed suicide by inhaling Gas in his boarding House. Poverty is believed to have been the cause his act. Volunteers turned oat. Gettysburg pa., May 31.�?memorial Day was observed at the National cemetery with the usual elaborate ceremonies and the Graves fallen heroes were decorated by school children and Veteran soldiers the civil War. In the Parade Pennsylvania volunteers who served through the War with Spain marched As an escort at Boston ii. E. Cleveland ____030210009-0 la i Boston i i oho 0 in 3 0 2 ret Teriesa Sud Boff and sudden Nichols and Bergen. Smith and Burns. At Pittsburg r. E. Pittsburg i 2 0 i a in to 4 Washington 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0�? 4 2 batteries in Ever Tad bowl Ful As i users and Mcguire. Swartwood Ami Warner. It you Are fading under the weakening ii. Wuence a female troubles a do not i rigor Experiment with useless Dan Geruus drugs but try Bradfield a female regulator it Voll regulate the menses perfectly and Cave falling the womb Lucor Rhea headache backache and nervousness. In is a harmless vegetable remedy which i. To the menstrual organs in perfect a Ehlt eth. Stops drains and pains and overed ies weakness. Sold at drug store for $1 Settle. Of a Bradfield regulator co., Atlanta a i diseased cattle. Chicago May 31.�?As a result tests made at the Stock Yards by the live Stock commissioners and health officials it has been discovered that All Twenty five cows examined were suffering from tuberculosis. While there was no outward sign the disease yet every cow was in an advanced stage consumption. The milk from All these cows was sold in the Chicago Market a week ago. Encountered iceberg. St. Johns n. F., May 31. steamers Corean and Yulunda and other vessels report immense icebergs Drifting across the North Atlantic shipping routes and seriously endangering steamships. The Yulunda narrowly escaped a collision with a Berg during a i fog. The ice blockade the Northern i portion Newfoundland continues and fishing operations Are crippled in consequence. Hurricane fight. Louisville ky., May 31.�?Joe Walcott the Barbadoes Demon knocked out Jim Watts coloured middleweight Champion the South in the eighth round what was scheduled to be a Twenty round contest. The Battle was a fast one from beginning to end the fighting in the last five rounds being the Hurricane order. Watts showed Good form for the first three rounds but in the fourth and succeeding rounds Joe administered terrible punishment to the Southern Champion finally finishing him with a right Hook the jaw. Peace conference. The Hague May 31. Brussels conference Section the International peace Congress after adopting the second Reading articles 23 to 24, which Deal with prisoners War discussed questions relating to flags truce capitulation and armistice. Storehouse burned. Toledo May 31. government store House at the United states fish hatchery at put a Bay burned resulting a total loss. The hatchery itself was not injured. The cause the fire is not known. Map out Date. It is noticeable that maps the Philippines which were quite satisfactory a year ago Are conspicuously deficient now As to the places we Are All interested in finding a St Paul Pioneer Presa Western league. At Kansas City a Kansas ult 0 Buffalo 4. At Minneapolis a a Detroit 7. At Milwaukee a Milwaukee 15 Columbus 0. At St. Paul St. Paul 4 Indianapolis 9. Interstate league. At Day too Dayton i Toledo 0. At grand rapids grand rapids to fort Wayne 5. At Youngstown Youngstown 7 Newcastle 5. At Mansfield mantis 8 Wheeling i. 5iorning game. At Bostons Boston 7 Cleveland 3. At Baltimore Baltimore 3 , 7. At new York new York 3 Cincinnati 9. At Philadelphia a Philadelphia 2 Chicago 14. At Pittsburgh Pittsburg 4 washing ton 3. At Brooklyn Brooklyn 5 Louisville i. At Milwaukee Milwaukee 0 Columbus 19. At St. Paul St. Paul 3 Indianapolis i. At Kansas City a Kai As City i Buffalo 7. At Minneapolis Minneapolis la Detroit 8. At Man i esd Mansfield 2 Wheeling 8. At grand rapids grand rapid 8 fort Wayne 5. At Youngstown Youngstown 5 Newcastle 7. Turf Wiener. At Chicago Simon a floods brigade Mon Nab. Opaque old Saugus brigade. At Latonia Hampden . Withrow jul coma John Bright Samovar mgt Naddour. Tile weather. For Ohio and West Virginia Clearing and cooler brisk southerly winds and squalls. Kentucky and Indiana fair and cooler dangerous southerly squalls. Grain and Stock quotation for May 29. Chicago. , $5 5515 65 Cholee steer $5 2<yy5 50 mediums $4 85 7/5 beef steers $4 4of?/4 80 Stocker and feeders 44 296? 25 bulls 00674 50 cows Ami heifers $3 77x74 co Western fed steers $4 7.v./5 50 texans $4 206,-5 . Calve a $5 mko7 75. Hogs fair to Choice $3 80f?3 heavy packers #3 336�3 77�j mixed $3 65 3 824 butchers $3 856/3 874 lights $3 ,6 3 75 pigs $3 256/3 75. Sheep and lambs common Good sheep �?�$3 50 30 ewes $4 406/4 70 wooled Colo. In do lambs so 356 75 shorn Iamb. 11 256x0 15 prime clipped westerns id 20 fed m. Wheat no. 2, 7dv/,/77 i. Corn a no. 2. 32 re. Oats no. 2, 246 24ha Cleveland. Hogs a mixed Stocker and mediums $3 85 Jis Rrt yorker $3 80 extreme heavy $3 pig$3 504 i to Stags Aud rough $2 25 /3 25. Sheep and lambs Good to Best fed yearling lambs $5 40675 Grassy Shad $5 a 25 Good to Best wether sheep $4 65 a a Ltd fair to i Ood mixed sheep .<4 2 >6/4 50 killed. Toledo May Gagnon a Young Man was killed in a bicycle choke my eng j lbs $7 0o ./7 50 fair to 1 /j5od. fat Goot cattle Good to heir but her steer $4 85 6 5 to fair to Good Butcher steers $4 40% 4 75 Good to Best fat cows $3 756j4 25 common to Good ?2 506x3 59 Good heifers $4 406x4 70 fair to Good heifers #4 006/ 4 40 Butcher bulls ?3 506/4 Bologna bulls 13 006,-4 30 mile hers and springers 25 006x50 . Road race at Waterville by his wheel breaking Down. Gannon was running at a High Speed when he struck a creeping and his bicycle went to pieces throwing him id a head. He died in an hour. Doth do hed to death. Kent 0., May 31.�?amos Winkelpleck and his daughter Maud were struck and killed by a passenger train near Windham. They were in a Carriage and started to drive across the track. The vehicle was smashed to splinters and the mangled bodies the unfortunates hurled Twenty feet. Bua Hnein to speak. Springfield 0., May 31.�?governor Asa s. Bushnell has accepted an invitation extended Bim to deliver the memorial Day address at Lincoln Monument at Springfield iu., in 1900, when special services Are to be held. Quek press pub. New May columns reduced to a minimum. General Joe Wheeler is being boomed for governor Alabama. Former mayor Ross Knoxville tenn., dropped dead apoplexy. Norwegian Steamer Garibaldi lumber Laden is a Shore off Yucatan. Two blocks business houses were burned at Curtis neb. Loss $80,000. Prosecution Ernest Terah Hooley the London promoter was dropped. Major Marchand the hero fas Hoda has arrived at Toulon France. Duke do Arcos Spanish minister to Washington has arrived at new York. Morphine ended the life mrs. Henry Whitlock at Ravenna Domestic troubles. William Bachetto a Section hand was struck by a train at Coolville 0., and instantly milled. Isaac Barnhouse 8, Marion 0is dead. He was struck the head with a Stone hurled by a Oil Well Driller. Edward Connor Catcher in a baseball game at Lawrence mass., was struck Over the heart by a foul Ball and killed. Patti Borg. Cattle Choice hoary $5 50675 go prime $5 456/5 50 Good. $5 204/5 40 tidy butchers �5 006/5 25 heifers $3 256/4 to bulls end Stags $3 004/4 40 fat cow $2 256 4 30 Freh cows $3 006/5 9 calves�?$7 Ltd fax 7 50. Hogs prime assorted mediums and extra heavy $3 906/3 95 heavy yorkers and Good mixed $3 85 High and Light yorkers $3 75 6/3 85 Good roughs 3 0 s ,/3 59, sheep and lambs Choice sheep $4 7067 4 75 Good $4 506 4 60 fair $4 006/5 50, Choice to nibs $5 006/5 85 common to Good $3 606/5 5/ Spring lambs $4 50b.0 50. Buffalo. Cattle Butcher $4 05 5 to shipping 15 09-x5 35 Ops �5 106,5 go cows and heifers ,84 0>.>/�# go stockers and ceders $4 506/5 . Calves 406/7 . Hogs yorkers $3 85 </,3 87c mediums $3 9<> heavy $3 95 pigs $3 80, 8bt?p and la in bsh Good to Choice clipped lambs $0 25 <i0 40 fair to Glt $5 756? 8 culls and common $4 506p5 mixed dipped sheep ?5 006p3 to culls and com Mon $2 50 73 Choice yearlings $5 15<x 5 30. 2, Niv York. Cuttle common to Choice steers. $4 �,56/ 5 65 bulls $8 306x4 extra fat do ?4 49 c4 60 cows $2 55 4 to. Calve a common to Choice Veals $4 306/8 75 tops $7 00 it 7 25 Buttermilk $4 006/4 50 mixed calves ?5 50. Steep and lambs poor to prime sheep $3 oo04 s7-"2 Choice Wethers $5 12c, year. Lings $4 25648 Choi it do $0 25. 0 35 culls ?4 lambs cd 0� Soo hogs�?$4 0v>x4 25. Wheat no. 2 red. 83%c. Corn a no 40%c. Oats no. 2, 31c. Cincinnati. Wheat no. 2 red 74-2c. Corny no. 2 mixed 34ce. Oats no 2 mixed 2746/ 28c. By Ltd no. 2, g5c. Lard�?#4 85? Buik meats$4 75. Bacon �?$5 55. Hogs�?$3 256>3 83. Cattle�?#3 00675 25. Sheep�?$2 756/4 51lambs�?$4 25-/5 80. Toledo. Wheat no. 2. Ts1/?. Corny to. 2 mixed 34c. Oats no 2 mixed 2712c. Rye no. 2, git cloverseed�?$3 80. Cincinnati. May 29, unusual interest in the Republican state convention at Columbus this week is due to its indirect effect president Mckinley next year As Well a amp to its direct affect state factions and contending candidates this year. In the earlier skirmishing there wot talk about the possibility a state administration that would use its pow. To secure an anti Mckinley delegation from Ohio to the Republican nation convention next year. Since ail by four the 88 counties have selected delegates it is found that about the Only thing the delegates Are unanimous upon is the endorsement the National administration. All the candidates for other places the state ticket As Well As that for governor have had Strong resolutions adopted ins their counties for their delegates to endorse the National Admi Nisi ration even the Kurtz by Quot Ell Mickis Sci element announce that they Are do. Against Mckinley but they a against Hanna and any candidate favored by Hanna. It is still claimed by some that the result the convention this week May determine what kind a Mckinley delegation will be sent from Ohio to the Republican National convention next year. It is conceded that much depends upon the Committer credentials next thursday so far As both this year and next year Are concerned Cuya hoga county the Home senator Hanna has 58 delegates and leads the list contests with three different delegations. Hamilton county the Home senator Foraker Haf the larger delegation 86 votes and it also has a dissenting delegation As Well As the one headed by Georg b. Cox. While a big mass convention with be held her to protest against the manner in which the Cox delegation Arach selected and to select 86 contestants yet no member the county committee will participate in it and it is thought that the Hamilton county contest As Well As some others will be disposed in Prima Facia evidenc3 at regularity. Such will not be the Cas it with the contests from Adams Allen Cuya hoga Highland and Preble counties involving almost one Hundred votes out a total 813, and possibly a balance Power. Some counties selected their delegates by mass conventions others by Delegate conventions others by primaries others by tie county committee others by a subcommittee the county committee and the complications that new confront the convention May Lead to tile adoption some uniform system fear the selection delegates to state convention. The Call the state Craven Tion this year was the a Home Rale plan leaving the method entirely wife a the county committees. Lows swept by a storm. Cedar rapids la., May 29.�?ten life storms swept Over this state. At Tama there was almost a cloudburst end much damage done. There was a Small Tornado near Keswick and five people were injured. The Chicago and Northwestern Railroad sustained enact damage. Between Watkins and Blairstown the track is in a dangerous condition and several trains Are tied up in this City. It is reported that tits Village Dows was destroyed by in Tornado. Balt Tare. Butter fancy Creamery l&&20e. Eggs 14c. Fourteen persons were drowned by the capsizing a ferry boat til Danube near Straubing Bavaria. An exploding Shell killed seven Erarte men and destroyed the m lift Ary Laboratory at Copenhagen Denmark Castoria for infants and children. The kind you have always bought bears the signature

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