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20 Dec 1893

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20 Dec 1893

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Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - December 20, 1893, Fort Wayne, IndianaEstablished 1888. Part f1kstj wednesday december x u. Is93.-e1ght pages. Part first volume a. Reviewing the unlawful acts of minister Stevens Tii tie provisional Oover inn t by Force. Cleveland today transmitted to the. On hawaiian affairs in my recent annual message to the Congress 1 briefly referred to our relations with Hawaii and expressed the in Tention of transmitting further information on Tho subject when additional advices permitted. Though i am not Able now to report a definite change in the actual situation i am convinced that the difficulties lately created both the Way of solution through executive action of tha problem presented Ren Der it Tope Aud expedient that the matter Ahou lil be referred to the broader authority and discretion of Congress with a full explanation of Tho Endeavor thus far made to Deal with the Emer actions which have governed my actions. I suppose that right and Justice should determine Tho path to be Fol Lowed in treating this subject. If National honesty is to be disregarded and a Desira for territorial Extension or dissatisfaction with a form of govern ment not our own la to regulate our conduct 1 have entirely mis apprehend de the Nii Sion and character of our government and. The behaviour which their Public wifi tue ent adm is ratio entered upon in duties the Senate had under consideration a treaty providing Island to the territory of the United states. Surely under our Constitution is a manifestation of the highest at tribute of sovereignty if entered upon As an executive act All things re lating to the Iran actions should be Clear and from from suspicion. Additional importance is attached to this Peculiar treaty of annexation because it contemplated b departure from unbroken american tradition in provid ing for the addition to our territory of and Miles removed from our nearest coast. The considerations might not of themselves Call for interference with the completion of a treaty entered upon by a previous administration. But it paying Tho treaty when submitted to the Senate that the ownership of Hawaii was tendered to us by a provisional government get up to succeed the constitutional ruler of the islands who had been dethroned and it did not appear that such provisional govern ment had the Sanction of either popu Lar revolution or suffrage. Two other features of the transaction naturally attracted attention. One was the extraordinary to any All the transactions connected with the treaty. It appeared that the so called commit tee of safety ostensibly the source the revolt against the constitute government of Hawaii was on saturday the 14th Day of Janua that on monday the 16th, the United states forces were landed at i Lulu from a naval vessel lying in its Harbor that on t the scheme of the provisional govern ment was perfected and a proclamation naming its officers was on the same Day prepared and read at the Gove buildings that immediately Thi the United states minister recognized tha provisional government Thi ated that two Days afterwards t 19th Day of january commit representing such government for this country in a Steamer especially chartered for the occasion arriving san Francisco on tie 2sth Day of it of february that next Day they had their first interviews with the Secretary of state and another on the the treaty annexing the islands Wai practically agreed upon and that of Tho Lith it was formally concluded am on Tho 15th. Transmitted to the Senate thus Between the initiation of Thi scheme for a provisional government ii Hawaii on the huh of january and Thi submission to Tho Senata of the treaty thirty two Days fifteen of which were in their Journo to Washington. In Tho next place upon the face of the papers submitted with the treaty in clearly appeared that there was open vital importance. Tho message of Tho president accompanying the treaty declared that the overthrow of the Archy was not in any Way promoted by this and in a letter to Thi president from the Secretary of state also submitted to the Senate with tin treaty the following passage occurs at the time the provisional govern rent took Possession of the govern ment 110 troops or v. Scarlett. Urged her net the Justice offices. O clock inv ate. Al jul so to Tusk part Wii or in lilt Public a Chian Mon was or corded to the or claw in of of . Ihn an Hienei lift try usury wracks the Wiles treaty signed the and her to Lime Way fur Lichtly Ata Eit that yielded la to e Superior Force of the unit cil Slat in. We non Miniver Lias caused United nud declared that he would truth or Dalai in of the was to negotiate with Ike semblance of a treaty resulting from the Nob stated in the protest have been knowingly deemed worthy of considers Tina by tie Senate. Vet the truth or Fali Sily of the protest Luc not been investigated. 1 conceived it to be my duty therefore to withdraw the treaty from the to cause an accurate full and impartial investigation to be made of the facts attending the subversion of Llie constitutional government of Hawaii and the instalment in its place of the provisional government. 1 selected for the work of investigation the Hon. James 11. Blount of Georgia whose of the House of representatives Whoso Sion of foreign a lairs in that body and his consequent familiarity with International topics joined with his High character and honorable reputation seemed to Render him peculiarly fitted for the duties entrusted to him. His delusions derived from his investigation these conclusions do not rest for their acceptance entirely upon or Eloul s honesty Ami ability As n rim nor upon his acumen and impartiality hey Are which evidence is also it seems to me no other deductions could possibly to reached ban those arrived at by the commissioner. The report with Ita accompanying proofs and such other evidence As is univ before the Congress is herewith submitted Anil justifies in my opinion the statement that when the president was led to submit the treaty to the Senate with the declaration that the any Way ironic Ted by this and when the Senate was in Basia both the president and Senate were misled. The attempt will not to made in this communication to touch upon All the acis which throw Light upon the proof . A very Brief Anil in. Perfect reference to the fact and evidence it hand will exhibit its character and the incidents in which it had its it is unnecessary to mention the reasons which in january. 1393, led a considerable portion of american and other foreign merchants and traders residing at Honolulu to favor the annexation of Hawaii to the United states. It is Hui client to Noto the fact and to observe that the project was one which was zealously promoted by the minister representing the United states in that country. He evidently had an ardent desire that it should become accomplished by Hia Agency Nihil during his ministry and was not inconveniently scrupulous As to the Means employed to that end. On the 19lh Day of november. Js92, nearly two months before the first overt act tending towards the Subserve Sion of the hawaiian government Anil the attempted Transfer of the hawaiian territory to the e United slates he addressed a Long letter to the Secretary of state in which the Case of annexation was elaborately argued on moral political and economical grounds. He refers to the Loas to the hawaiian sugar Isle Watt from operation of the Mckinley Bill and the tendency to a still further depreciation of sugar property unless some positive measure of Relief is granted. He strongly in weighs against the Eniet ing hawaiian government and emphatic Saya in truth the monarchy has an absurd Stimch Louism. It has nothing on which it logically or legitimately stands. The Feudal basis on which it ones stood no longer existing the the Prosperity and Progress in Hie lie farther says As a Crown head of great Britian or a territory of the destiny Anil vast future interests of the United Stales in the Pacific dearly in Thysa under a mile i government they could be As easily Pov of the United states. Hawaii Lias must now take the Roar which fails to Isuji or the other which outlets her California Cost 10 Honolulu rail Harbor perpetually Ceeil ii to tha t n with to implied but not Cypress by stipulated american waited ii Atoa. If it ism for the United states through Rie Cmary Marty thirty i Juhl years so. To Oiler chimerical or unwise to expend today the United states has f or the wealth she possessed in 1s54, and read oils now existing for Iri much stronger than they these declarations cer Taimy show a which May be usefully recalled when interpreting the significance of the m Nister s conceded acts or when considering the probabilities of such conduct of his part As May not be admitted. Quote from a letter written by the minister to the Secretary of state on the sch Day of March nearly a year prior to the first step taken toward annexation. After stating the possibility that the existing government of Hawaii might be overturned by an orderly and peaceful revolution. Minister Steven m Tes As follows Ordia arly in like circumstances the Rule Sterns to be to limit Ilia Landing and movement of the United states to the pre Lection of the United state legation end the lives and property of All citizens. But us the relations of Tho United states to Hawaii exceptional and in former years the United states Sofii tiflis Here took somewhat exception Kumur How far the present minister and established International rules and precedents in contingencies indicated in the first part of this to a minister of this temper full of Zeal for annexation there seemed to Stise to the precise Opportunity for which he was watch fully in a letter to the state department dated february 1, 1s93. He declares the hawaiian Pear is now fully Ripo and this is the Golden hour for the United to Pluck it As a further illustration of the activity of the diplomatic representative attention is called to the fact that on the Day the above letter was written apparently unable longer to restrain Hia ardor he issued a proclamation whereby in the name of the United state to assumed the Protection of the hawaiian Island and declared that subject to negotiations at of course this Assumption of a protectorate was promptly disavowed by our government but the american Flag real Honolulu and the forces remained Blount a arrival on tha scene when both were removed. A Brief statement of the occurrences that led to the nub Servi Simonof the constitutional government of Hawaii in the interests of annexation to the United states will exhibit the True complexion of that on saturday. Jan 14. 1s9s, the Queen of Hawaii who had been contemplating the proclamation of a new Constitution had in deference to the wishes and least. Tailing this relinquished purpose As numbering from fifty to 100. Mostly resident aliens met in a private office and selected a to called committee of safety composed of thirteen persons mid consisted of five americans one liw committee though its designs ing less than annexation to the United states and Between saturday the Mth unit the following monday the Lith of though exactly what action was taken May not be clearly disclosed lion with the United Sites minister. On Hominy the and 1 r c b net made Public u proclamation with a notice which was specially served upon the of info to Constitution would be sought Only n the methods provided by that instr Niento. Nevertheless sit the Call n 1 safety u mass meeting t w held on that Day to protest against the Queen s alleged illegal and in Lawai proceedings and purposes. Tkv n it this meeting tie Cionni t f f to continued to disguise their real p r denouncing tin Queen and pm t i the committs to in v j 1 Tea acc of Law and order Aud tie of l United slates Nimis concluded to follows Waura until in therefore Ray for the Protection the 1 Hli Day of a Louiry Between 4 and f. O clock in the after Vith two Pineci of or Tillery lauded is Honolulu. The men. Upwards of n All. Were supplied with double belts tilled with ammunition and Nitu Haversack and Catt a uracil were by a Hospital corps with Trel Chera and medical supplies. This Eliaou aeration upon the soil of Hovic ulu Sis of itself a act of War. In Point of fact the existing government instead of requesting the pres uce of an armed Force protested against it. There u As Little Basia for he pretence that such forces were added for the Security of american Ife Aud property. If so they would have been stationed in the Vicinity of Uch property Boas to p. Orect a in Mand the hawaiian government bulldog and Palace. Admiral Skerrett the n the Pacific station has frankly rated that in his opinion the location f troops was inadvisable if they were added for the Protection of american it zeus Whoso residences and places of business As Well As the legation Aud Ity but the location selected was it Wise one i that forces were landed for in purpose of supporting the provi-11 any peril to life and property Call no for Liny Uiol martial array had existed Gie Al Britain and other foreign Rebind the United states in activity to protect their but they made to sign in test direction. When these red men were landed the City of Honolulu was in its customary orderly and peaceful condition. There was no the peril they saw was Antie a iou growing out of guilty Inte Iione on their part Ami something which Hough not then existing they knew would certainly follow their attempt to the United slates orces. Thus it appears that Hawaii was taken Possession of by the United states forces without the consent or Irish of the government of the islands or of anybody else so far shown pm ept the United states minister. Reclaimed was by the terms of tha to exist until terms of Union with the United states had been negotiated and a reel the United states minister pursuant government within an hour after the ending of the proclamation and there Quiry 011 behalf of the Queen and her Cabinet announced that to had done the United states forces being now on the to Erie and stationed the scheme. They met the next morning tuesday the Vittli. Perfected he plan of temporary government and whom Wero drawn from the fifteen members of the committee of safety. Between 1 and 2 o clock pro-.0 read the proclamation from the Steps entirely without auditors. If tha Queen could have dealt with have been Plu Iii and the result unmistakable. But the United states had Allied itself with the enemies had recognized them As the Tito government of Hawaii and had put her Nind Jer adherents in the position of opposition against Lii my authority. She knew that she coulis not withstand the Power of the United states but she be lived that she might safely Trust to its Justice. Accordingly some hours after the recognition of the provisional government by the United states minister the Palace the Barracks and the police elation. With All tie Mil itary resources of tha i of nary were delivered up by the her that her cause would thereafter be reviewed at Washington. She yielded her authority to prevent collision of aimed forces and loss of life Anil Only until such Lime As the United stat upon the facts being of its i i and reinstate her in the authority she Claired the constitutional Sovereign of the hawaiian islands. The protest delivered to the who sailors us thereon a knowl charged with knowledge the her Power Hail appealed to Llie Justice in her authority and yet the by Tho i tiled Siam. Fair m need people with tha evidence will hardly claim that Itie by the people of to islands or is the rated with their consent. I do not Underland thai any member of this government Cibiras that Tho people would uphold it by their Sutler saw if they but for the vol Grioua predilections which should be Ca led the committee isted. But for Trio lauding 0? the United states forces upon fab pretexts presenting the danger to Hoo and property the committee would never have exposed themselves to the pains and penalties of Irason by undertaking the subversion of the Queen s gov United states forces in the immediate Vicinity and in position to at lord All needed Protection and support the committee would not have proclaimed the provisional government from the finally but for Tao Lawless occupation of Honolulu under Fabe pretexts by the United states forces and but for minister recognition of the provisional government when the United states forces wore its sole support and constituted its Only military strength the ii meet and her government would never have yielded to the provisional government even for a Milting her Case to the enlightened Justice of the United stale believing Therecie Liat the United states could not. Under the Circum stances disclosed inner the Island without justly incurring the imputation of acquiring them by unjustifiable methods. I shall not again submit the its consideration a id in the instructions to Minuter Willis a copy of which it comp nit me 1 provisional Gover Jaent. But in the m tanks duty Dot not in my opem 1 i refusing to Eon the participation of a diplomatic repro sent Ativo of Tho United states and without authority of Congress a govern Montef a feeble but Friendly Aud Coc substantial wrong has thus been done which a duo regard for our National character As Well is the rights of the injured people re. Ires that we should Jove in sent has it issued a Republican or other cons Judi goal form but or a Olig anarchy Jet up without the Ibsen of the people it has not sought to find a permanent basis of popular an intention to do so. Indeed Tho ass Nat the people of Hawaii Are unfit for popular gov Arment Ami frankly avow that they Best be ruled by arbitrary or despotic Power. The Law of nation. Is founded upon Between citizens or subjects of a civilised state Are equally applicable a Between enlightened nations. The con without a court for its enforcement and abeyance to its commands especially depend upon Good Faith instead upon mandate of a Superior tribunal Only give additional Sanction to the Law itself and Brand any deliberate infraction of it not merely As a wrong but a disgrace a Man honors and protects the unwritten word Vrbich bids his con than he the Bond a breach of which subjects him to Legal liabilities and Tho United Stales in aiming to lightened of nations would do its citizens Gross i Jualice if it applied any other than a High Standard of Honor and morality. On that ground the United states cannot properly be put in the position cannot allow itself to refuse to redress an Dju a inflicted in rough an abuse of Power by Niters it oiled with its authority and wearing in uniform and on the same ground if a feeble but Friendly is in danger of being robbed of its Independence and its sovereignty by a misuse of of the United states tha United states cannot Fai to vindicate its Honor and Itayen spot Justice by an Earnest Effort to make All possible reparation. These principles Napty to the pm recalled. She surrendered not to Tho United states. Sho surrendered not absolutely and Portia Nentl but temporarily set conditionally until such by the United states. Fur thu Rmorton those Terma not Only by tacit consent but through the positive Acta have not , overlooked an in Dent of this info Runau affair in the Hope that a it a Elul 1 instructed Minuter will to my desire to Aid i the restoration of to Sute of Allkins exuding before the awl cd Landing of the United stau i Fortes at Honolulu on Tho Luth of january last if such restoration could be effected upon terms providing for clean concerned. The conditions require that the past should be buried and that the restored ii As if its continuance had not been interrupted. These conditions have and though she has been informed that they will insist upon and that unless acceded to. The Eilbur of Tho president to Aid in the restoring of her government will cease i have not so far Learned that she is willing to yield them her acquiescence. Therein which my plans have thus government while unfortunate Public ments of our people hav obviously injured the Prospect of successful executive mediation i therefore com varying exhibits embracing or. Blount s report the evidence and Blount and minister Willis and correspondence connected with the affix air in commending thu subject to the extended Power and Wise discretion of Congress i desire to add the Assurance that i shall be much gratified to Coop Lem before us. Which is consistent with laity. Executive mansion Washingion december is thursday evening at his Homo on Iho Lio Iliin Road Ali acc Juilja North the Higi William v. Scarlett aged or Scarlet born years eld Ica Rucj div rain of is-1s. During Sll this unit. Baptist Church Lur forty three the War. In his entire life he Baa been found win thug Liliu Call of duty ready to oblige his neighbors to serve his country or to do a Chi Iaian Charity called the bereaved Famius of tie to tire neighbourhood. Funeral from re is Dence Situ Ruay at 10 a. M and burial at the Ilat Liell cemetery. 3 that deceased was a brother of Chester of thu Chy Ami leaves a wife Northrop will preach the funeral ser of Altekruse sr., of exhaustion. William Koenig aged sixty three years of 235 East Washington Street died last tuesday night of kidney trouble. He was the father of Charles Koenig the Well known East Sida grocer. Tie also a four other grown children. The deceased and this is the first death which Bas occurred in the family for forty years. G. R. Hench last week received a Telegram from Harrisburg pa., staling that his brother in Law George w. Crist had Ilii in in thai City. The deceased was an employee of the Sil Kel in St. Joseph Hospital several weeks train at South unit key. Lie was a Crist a train dispatcher for the Penn the Telegram announcing the death. Mrs. Charlotte Pierson aged sixty seven died at her Home on Eliza Street of the trip last tuesday. Ito a Hay. The thirteen year old daughter of Samuel Dukeman died diphtheria at o clock Era Friday afternoon at the Home of her father 211 Webster Street. The father resides with his brother ill Law c. C. Gumpper and is janitor at the first presbyterian Church. Five years ago last August or. Dukeman buried Hia i fend three year old daughter in one Cotlin. Sii months later to buried another child Sis years old. Rosa his last was a Little one and was always to he found on sundays in her sunday school class at the Grace reformed Church. Nov is reached the City on Friday of Tho death of or. C. M. Visor of mount Blanchard Ohio who died on thursday last of paralysis at his Home. Or. Fiser formerly practice in this City Hud his office Over the store now occupied by Fenry f. Rever Timlen s Norbert Dale the infant son of or. And mrs. Frank Miller of 335 East Wayne Street lied last Friday night. Louis son of Conrad Lehman of Cis South Calhoun Street died la to last Friday afternoon aged Nineteen Days he was a Christian boy always obedient to his parents and his father As a Carpenter. The cause of Ileath was heart disease. Laura two weeks child of or. And mrs. Ferdinand Biehle of i Urce Street died exhaustion at a. M thursday. The funeral was a dispatch from notre Dame state that Patrick Connors of Tho brotherhood of the Cross prefect at University of notre Dame died thursday afternoon of i right s disease. He was bom in fort Wayne end., forty two years ago. Lie gave athletics at Tho of the Best known men Amone tins of 1 to attend the funeral. Frederick heckler of Lillie Street aged in Raj three Lueil of dropsy 11 a. M. Thursday. Mrs. Josline Austin aged seventy at log Horace Street. She leaves five Brrown children. Funeral sunday from j the Many i r of or. Hui my Koslor will be pained to learn tha i another one of their children has d i 1 from dread diphtheria. I Roay Friday morning of heart failure. Will Stein Iii died at Van Cri Only i wanly Yihwa ago. Her in Atli daughter of David trim ii pro Othilia. The funeral occurred at 3 o clock u. In. Monday. Maria Wade of no. To Liana distil Al ii you Louday. Mrs. Ii Bert v. Root sunday mfr Lut or. Kooi i father had died very suddenly. The was Well known in Tia City. Mention is made in the sixt Ikel above of the it Andover Olio of Velorus Boot. The deceased Ohio August 27, 1s31, and remained a resident of this county until 1s74. When he removed to Antwerp. Ohio lie was married to miss Adeline Lyman who survives him. He had a Bright and cheerful nature and until Liis failed be was one of Tho world s Reao is Good As his Bond. As a Friend and neighbor he was Ever ready to extend a helping hand and leaves a Large Circle of friends. As a husband Ami father he was Loving and Ilis death was wholly unexpected. To health. He had spent the evening with old i lends Aud his Good humor and jollity indicated perfect ease Aud had gotten nearly there when he a articulate sound and Sank dead. To his friends his death seems untimely for All bad expected to enjoy his society for Many years. Or. And mrs. Henry Colerick have he profound sympathy of friends in the affliction which has befallen them. On saturday evening David their five rear old son died from dread dip the a a. As the Little fellow was known was a Bright interesting Little child and the Delight of the household. Mrs. Mark a. Hill aged 61 years widow of Edward Hill died at b o clock saturday night at her Home is West Cre Teuton Avenue. She bad been ailing a several years and lived with her son Mandeville e. Hill action maker of mrs. I. S. Taylor. The funeral was held tuesday afternoon. Ethel the four year old daughter of or. And mrs. John d. Lewis Corner of Calhoun Aad Dewald streets died of diphtheria at 7 o clock sunday night. The private funeral was hold monday. Ethel was a Bright and promising child. Or. Lewia is the Well known druggist. Frank italia ill aged Twenty nine years died at his farm Home two Miles North of Wallen at a o clock yesterday morning. The Del eased leaves a wife and a Small baby. The funeral will Lake place at the methodist Church at Wallen at 10 o clock tomorrow morning mrs. Rudisill the bereaved widow is a daughter of or. And mrs. Weaver of Bloomingdale. The funeral of the late lira. Kohlbacher will to held thursday morning at o clock from St. Patrick s Catholic Church. The City undertakers report the following deaths for the week just put Herietta Bolman 75 Yeara old age. Rosa May Dukeman 13 years Bloomil Poison. August Kippe 21 years Scarlet fever. Charlotte Pierson 67 years a Grippe. Frederick heckler 73 years dropsy. Sophie Altekruse. Years old age. John Spencer. Sri Yeara dementia car eurus ii. Jauetta 4 months congestion of of Ftp tiled with county Audi Lor glutting Friday a pit Itin my reduce tha number of peace justices in lie City from six to three. Tha petition u signed by j. B. While h. C. Paul. John Wilkinson c. D. Tillo 1. A. Kit adj. Clark Kai Renuk w. H. To Ilion and c. I. Us Iii. Tie Law to Fermi of justices Wilkinson and Taii Cey expire in april of neat year. Terra of Justice France in Oft. La9j, and the term of Jua tics Hays in March. Li9g. Justice Pierce in South Wayne was appointed by Iho commissioners Aud holds his Ottice subject have taken the subject under Conan aeration and will de the questions involved. The terms of none of Tho present justices will be interfered with and they will be allowed to serve until expiration. The Only ques Liou to be determined by the is As to How Many jus ices it will be necessary to elect at the general election of Neit year and they will probably decide that the number vill a Only four two less than we now Harry Brinkerhoff and Herman Miler the two boys arrested yesterday for stealing butter from Tho farm Wagon of James Emerick were brought before judge o Rourke this morning. Che boys Are the sons of honest re spec table German parents and the Indge concluded after hearing the Case to release them during Good lie apply. Me a crowd about the waterworks office. Ufa who have Lance Famlin to support Wayne who Aie needy and willing than the daily scenes about the City water works Olliee. Already there have Eon upwards to a Hundred applications for work made at the office. Inspector Iten of the City waterworks this morning stated that the men could not be put to work before the ast of next week. Preference is Given families to support. On saturday a for. Feeble old Man applied for work for Only support. Mayor Hollinger sent h m Down stairs and had the Young Man s name placed the lists. Just the Extension of water Mains to Lakeside cannot now be estimated. The pipe will be carried across Tho Bridge instead of under the bed of the River for the present. It is urged by Tho citizens Relief who have labor which can to performed and which they Are holding off Ham decides an interesting Legal Point. it Toady assistant attorney general Ham has rendered a decision holding that after a pension is conferred by co Cress on a class of per decision is rendered in a Case referred to the assistant Secretary of the Interior and by him to Tho assistant attorney general. It a based on an inquiry of i Deputy commissioner of pen Fez employee be recognized As an attorney in claims which were pending View of Section 1 to of the revised statutes prohibiting sex employees from prosecuting a claim against the United states pending while they were in office irom a period of two years after leaving the office. Commissioner Losh Reu held that the Section applied to sir. Lincoln and with this the assistant meeting. This Clatl. The democrats of the several wards and townships in Allen county Are requested to meet at the circuit court room. In the City of fort Wayne in Day of december at 2 o clock p. M. For the purpose of electing delegates to tie District convention to be held in the City of fort Wayne on the St Day of january 1s94, to elect a member of the state committee for the the basis of representation in this votes or fraction of 100 or Over cast for Tho democratic governor in 1s92. The county of Allenia therefore in tilled to the following representation about township. 1 Delegate Adams including n new Haven 3 Cedar Creek 1 Kel River 1 Jet Erson 1 Jackson 1 Lake 1 Lafayette. 1 Madison 1 Marion 1 Maurzee 1 Milan. Pleasant 1 Springfield i Scipio. 1 interest Hon Ron. Drc. Intense trial of Alfred j. Monson the first witness today was a Polica Cou Stabla named Campbell who testified to finding some cartridges in Tho pocket of lieutenant s shoot aug jacket. Tie policeman asserted that the cartridges found were for a Twenty bore and that Only one of them was intended for use in a twelve Boro gun. The shooting jacket the const Bio continued Hail a stain which looked like blood on the Collar. Other wit Nesses identified Uio Trees and guns Etc. Mrs Monson took her usual seat in the court room and attentively followed Tho whole Gallagher 93 years la Grippe. Julia Stuart years la Grippe. Frank Carrol 7 years heart failure Euretta Kealer 2 Yeara diphtheria. Austin 77 Vears old age. Loami years heart d a Norbert Dale Miller 5 months Bra n fever. Homer k. Holt. S months. Iron chilis. Red Knock suicide. G. W. Howard vice president of the lowing manner no blame can be attached to the general managers Ami on Down. The manner is Placiel to and the brotherhood of fort first Ward. J delegates second. 2 third 2 fourth i fifth i sixth to seventh 2 eighth i ninth 3 tenth 3. C. A. , chairman. Div Jar jr., new York son of the noted turf Man who came from new York to coast about a month ago he had been ill for some time gew Fia , James Toiven Thomas Stephens deceased Madison. Henry Trout. Warren. Tobert madder Evansville. Samuel r. Barlow tip Ion Arnstead b. Wright Baughville Las. In. Collier Godsey. Original widows Margaret a. Booth. Lynnville Harriet Seaman Klk-c1" Andrew Ellsworth Anderson Myrv i Lesley Crawford Atille. Widow Indian Rachel c Ris Mic. . Dec the knitting com Penny of City on full Haw today Vii hands. . Dec. 15 bomb charged lip Tineil match studied to it. Has been found in a Church at l Eben Tijano will spend a part of inv Holiday t notion in Chicago

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