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22 Jul 1896

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Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - July 22, 1896, Fort Wayne, Indiana if established 1833. Part Pili St wednesday. July 1s9u- eight pages. Part first a volume lx1v number Russell thirty ninth Street William l Elwell rip Iuan 4u1s cot be Grove Avenue Patrick Martin conductor. 5-15s Ingleside the missing Aye Bertram 1 Ulford. J j thirty ninth Street Blacksmith last been attempting to Rescue Iri glistened Moreea from the car Ata Blea in id entitled Man seen to fall the roof of the Hay populists Are gathering at St. Louis All the loading men hence the u Between Mckinlay and Gold Hish Tariff and Bryan Willi free Silver other Whit a the prefect of he endorse meat a tasked. "1 think ii waa the there is b Wood dn.1 to co thing. The senator the opinion that whether Bryan waa endorsed or mul Gaie a platform of its own. Lawrence j. Mari Marlin. Of new York one of the finneral secretaries of the National Populus Coli Rattee arrived today. He expressed the opinion that Bryan would be nominated though not endorsed and that an arrangement would be reached for an equitable division of Eie Clora. He to ticks be Omaha platform will to reaffirmed with the addition of a Plank endorsing the initiative and referendum system. J. E. Anderson Ano or. Evans two delegates from Alao come in. They Are for Bryan Dinjer certain conditions but Are not yet prepared to wholly commit then elves. Senator Jones of Arkansas chairman Ita Early Brenkle fast it tie planters this j o clock repaired to his parlor to receive callers. Scores of cards were to iia room when he got Back to it. And Ora ushered in. Senator Stewart of Nevada was one of the first admitted and close on Tho heels of the Nevada followed col. Thomas Patterson the Leader of Colorado. At 10 o clock the prospects were that senator Jones would be engaged All Day in iriv ate conference with populist in leaders. He said t Hope the populist convention will endorse Bryan and Sewall and since i arrived Here i have received Good Deal of encouragement of that Hope. It occurs Tome that everybody who believes a Ilia free coinage of Silver can with perfect Good Grace and Confidence vote for our nominees and thus assure Tho restoration of bimetal ism at he earliest possible some of the members of the Nebraska delegation among them senator Allen today prepared the following statement the Nebraska delegation is a unit for Bryan. They know him Well. His life has been a fulfilment rather than a Mere Promise. We know Tia a Job. Chirac str and eminent fitness neighbor and to Sre not deceived him. It elected he Wili be the greatest Man that has occupied the White House Ince the Days of Lincoln and in his Road and genuine sympathy Lor the Lncoln than any Public Man we can recall the nomination of a third ticket would be the tract equivalent f a genuine endorsement of Mckinley. Ligh tar Iii tax continued Gold Bond Rue and heartless corporation possibly for nil Lime. If elected presi Dent or. Bryan will know no Democrat no populist no Republican. There will in no stepchildren in his political Ardaily. A who have been with the United Reform forces in the Fig lit will be on an equal footing. He will be the Igo pfc s candidate. Nebraska is for this enthusiastic statement coming rom Tho populists of Bryan s own state attracted the Moat attention. Tho Nebraska delegation is thoroughly organized and a doing missionary work its. We Ivan to show said senator Allen where the Middle of he Road end one from pecs Guitia. Thu by my. Victoria Whitney and Misa Ella e. Buie Van it tha Lin tee on resolutions. They were co operation of senator Puller ecu. J. E. Weaver and fire vary Hopo do sement of equal Sut Rafa. They will list conjure is submit to the Mejia la 1 u res of the several states n pro Poai to on to so Amend the Federal Constitution 6s to provide that the right of citizens of the United states to sole shift la not be denied or abridged by the United or by any state on account of Delegate Wardell. Of California and this work. They bring a Meca ape from m. A Suaava b. Anthony expressing her Hope that the Popup kit will take a democrats the was Bora in so Guerland and its forty two years Eli Tabeli c. Smith died list at Conover. Deceased was born in Lou Don county Virginia in in i. Aud was waa the Only of the late we. Mmith and an aunt of e. B. Smith and 0. Ii soil a. Her death was the result the funeral will be held thursday afternoon at 3 o clock from mrs. Conover s residence 130 West j offer Sun Street Rev. Bennett officiating. The following is the it of deaths reported by the i a undertakers for the weak july is Mary Wakenight years Shaus Anna ohse 21 years of lha lower. Theodore Ertel 4 weeks and 3 Days exhaustion. Lina Decker. 4 months and 1-1 Days Lula Burkdall 10 years heart disease. Hannah Stief 5 months Bowa Corn Henry struck Ttye ars heart disease Charlo w. D. Maynus. Years meningitis. Maggie Plinea la years consume James d. Kumler 19 years consume Marguet Voetter. 01 years cancer of the stomach. Clara a. Weller 24 years Bryan enjoys the Bulut of its hand heavily of the Hagar the of unit Sewall. His cold body is found in is. Thu Home it sew Haven. Henry Hagman old resident of that to tvs lived there Tot upwards of thirty years. Death was of Ciuci by Darjay of Llie heart and the end wis unexpected. Lie had been Miliny for several Days but nothing serious was anticipated and his demise waa a Shock to Hia Many weeds ill. Eager Wassity four years of age. Connection with Bis death is the fact that his wife died two years ago and Iii daughter who the of w. B. Stocka. Died last March the entire in this county. Tho funeral took place thursday afternoon at o clock decl rals of Baldwin held a rousing meeting last week to ratify the nomination at Chicago of Bryan and Sewell. Attorney John h. Ikea of this City was one of the orators and s forcible and logical address. He vigorously arraigned Llie Republican Asili was due to their ruinous a Mancial legislation. An address in favor of the White Metal and of americana exercising their As freemen without asking or awaiting the consent of England or other foreign Squire Baldwin who Baa been for Many Jeara a at Sunb. Republican but Silver cause As represented by Bryan and Sewell. Presided at the meeting. The town Hall was not Large enough o hold the people who had hockey Uto the Village from Miniea around so he school building was secured for the occasion and was tilled to its utmost capacity Many being turned away. T Early in the evening the Cit Hans of i Baldwin opened the ratification with a grand display of fireworks. Neb., july it was near the Middle of the Forenoon today when w. J. Bryan Tho democratic nominee arose from his Ltd. He rested Well last night. To was lae most com Ort sible sleep be had since he was selected to Lead the tight for free Silver and the democratic party. A Large number of friends and neighbors idled during the Day. Or. Bryan intended to go Over to Omaha today but the drilling rain which began last night continued today and he will not go till monday or tuesday it h his intention to remain Here until the first week in August when he will no to now York to be notified Fiat a has been nominated. Meantime he Wili work upon Hia letter of acceptance. After no notification Lar. And mra. Bryan will go with or. And mrs. Sewell and week with them at the Swall St. Mo., july among the a populist a who Are in favor of the nomination or endorsement of Bryan and is to do missionary work Artoni the Middle contingent. The latter Are to hold a mass meeting at the Lin Dell h Al sunday to Start the it Gaius Bryan and governor Stone and other Frieada of the democratic candidate will try to Neutral is he effects of the opposition. The executive committee of the populist party Are to meet this in Camp Adelaide a fishing want was stricken and wet lion populists desire him As their Lin for in interest of party. . Iju Kolc july by governor rut sell of Massachusetts. Found dead Adelaide neat grand paros Quebec. He passed through Montreal in the beat of health and was then on his Way to die Salmon grounds in Gaspa the particulars of Hia death Are very meager. Grand a nos tha nearest tale graph station to St. Adelaide is a Little fishing place of Only 300 inhabitants and there Are very few facilities for getting More explicit information at pres guides found that he slept longer than usual and when they went to Wake him up it was found that he its dead. It in supposed that he died of heart dl-bc3ioh, july a later report says sex governor w. E. Russell Teu at the Camp of b. F. Dulton located at is. Adelaida paros Quebec. He was is Well As Ever when he retired last night hut was found in bed dead this morning. The cause is thought to have been heart disease. Col. B. E. Kuesell and col. Francis Peabody jr., left for Massachusetts with the to july while mention the California delegation. Open bolter to the democratic presidential nominee. William j. Bryan urging him to go before the country As he nominee of the a Optimist party. The letter was composed and dispatched while the delegation was wait no for its train to St. Louis or. G. W. Daywalt of san Francisco being chosen Secretary and instructed to write it. The. Letter says in part if you will accept the nomination of he people s party declaring yourself a my slut you will become a Leader to i verite Democrat or and not Only be elected yourself but also elect the Congress Iho is Power. This is the Opportunity of your Ife if Lekeu advantage of and will Ike Lincoln with the republicans feud our name Down to history As a Savior if your country by Means of populism f Yon do not do it we must in defense n the Field. Can you thumbs Louis july 20. Rain poured Down a steady sheets today and served q Dampen the ardor of the arriving populists and bile cited. The Ray Bull no which decorated the Entrance to the Lindell the populist Headquarters at ged and flagged and the leaders kept closely huddled within the Walls. Phase who were quartered St other Lotela were slow in venturing Forth to he respective meeting places. Only to sergeant at arms and the secretaries Diu in m to Aud the populists Are making extensive preparations for the populist press which they respect Here in orce. They hese papers they believe will be rep a rented. Some of its representatives held an q formal conference late Ait night. A endorsement of the Chicago ticket which might result in the Complete annihilation of the pop Listic organic ton prevailed. The general feeling waa that the Silver forces should he United but Only in a Way that would ire nerve their organization. While most of them seemed disposed hey were bitterly opposed to Sewal and some were strongly of the opinion hat a separate platform should be adopted which nil include demands or Many additional re on of or. Charles Desgrange at Akron Ohio her Home. The deceased formerly made her Home at a cad Emte Thia county and the bereaved husband is a brother of Frank of this City. Word has been received of the death of h. Strack. Which occurred at Waterloo. Ind. Heart disease was the cause of his death. His age is seventy seven years. The remains arrived in this City on Friday at p. M. Ami the funeral was held from Tho train interment being at Lindenwood. The deceased was the father of e. W. Strack formerly in the lumber business in this City. James t. Kumler a Young Man 1 j years of age died thursday lust of consumption at his Home. South Harrison Street. Deceased was Well and Trade of carpet ring. Lina Becker aged i months died in spasms last wednesday at the residence of her parents of Winter Street a Telegram to Engineer Theodore Titus. Friday announced the death of or. David Magnus which occurred at tha Richmond tnil., institution. Deceased waa n former practitioner Here seven Yeara having graduated from the fort Wayne College of Medicine but for the past three years has been under treatment at the place above mentioned. Or. Magnus was a promising Young Man in his profession previous to his Del fiction. He was about do years old. Tha remains were brought Here that afternoon and conveyed by funeral director Peltier to the House of William Magnus Buchanan Street who is the father of Tho deceased. Died. Edward c. Ruby of Lake town ship of of tenge. The deceased was aged 83 Yeara a months and 4 Days and waa probe by the oldest resident of Allen county. He was born in Virginia in 1s13, removed to Olio Thi inca to Lake township in 1333, and resided of the farm on which he first located until Tho time of his death. To was Wice Emried first in Ohio to Nancy Bolo May Ake of Lake township aut both Long ago answered Tho Call of Tho Stern reaper. Eight children were born by the first wife and Sii of these thirty one great grandchildren survive Iii. Since Early life or. Ruby has and he was greatly esteemed and respected by All. The funeral wira very largely attended services being held in Lake Chapel Arcola. Rev. Elep Sattle a lutheran minister preached the ser Mary the two months old daughter of or. And mrs. Charles Rondot of s Mary Street died of Bowel trouble last tighter of or. And mrs. Henry Reiter died of cholera inf Antum saturday morning. The funeral held sunday afternoon at o clock at the Home on Edwall Street. Rev. Juengel of Zion a Lut Berdu Church conducting the service Andrews in this state occurred Flo dentil of mrs. Anna Amelia Disley wife of William h. Dailey who resides at 37 Bass Street in this City. About three months ago mrs. Daily. With her children went to Andrews to spam the Gummer with her parents or. And mrs. George Shreve. Who live at that place. Nino weeks ago she was taken Aicie with heart disease and continued to grow worse until her death. And surviving her is her husband and two children aged respectively Sis and three years. Or. Dailey was formerly an Engineer of the Wabash Road in this of pincer on the grand trunk Road in Michimi with a run from Battle Creek to port Huron. Mrs. Dailey was born at Niagara Falls in Ontario on december ind with Hor parents came to thin nine years ago to or. Dailey. She was h member of the United i Brethren Church of this City and was loved and esteemed by a Large circa of Frieada for her Many traits of Christian Cliser Tho remains of mrs Anaa Amelia Disley Thi i afternoon from ind., and Ilia fun Rai was held from the 1 Alvary ii. Clinch. I Aruj. The i e of John Kniser. Horrible tragedy of an in if. Laura Mil Collict a Junr Halu a n. S., july tha bark Entine Herbert Fuller. Captain Nash from Boston july of for Rosario put into Kiel fax this in Orang flying Tho Black the immediately beneath. Thu is the signal for Mutiny when the Fuller waa boarded it waa Learned that murder had been added to Mutiny and that Captain Nash his wife Laura and second officer Baa Berry had been killed in their bunks while asleep. The murders had Beec with blood showing that a severe struggle had taken piece and the bodies were horribly mutilated. The Cook. Jonathan sheere of Kourie suspected the mate. Thomas brow and succeeded in piecing Brown in Irons and he afterwards ironed the Man who was at Tho wheel at the time Tho murder was committed. Upon arrival of the vessel All on Board including Frank Monch of p acid under arrest. The United states Consul Here has Tele cropped to West receipt of which us hns enjoined All connected with the a hair to maintain Tho strictest silence. In View of these conditions it a difficult to obtain further Facia but it appears that the Mur night of the int. Captain Nash and his wife were in their respective a keeping apartments and Barberry was of Captain Nash and wife by the room occupied by Monch. It was the first o Licer s watch. When ail was quiet on Mard and those below were soundly crawled Silt to the Cabin descended. Death. The affair became known not Long afterwards. Their the Cook a negro who had of mate Thomas Brown u Nova Scotia but a naturalized american and Brown was placed in Irons. Tho Man who was at the wheel when the murder was committed was Aiso placed in Irons and the ship was then headed for Halifax. The bodies of Tho victims were All placed in e boat and covered with canvass and were towed behind the vessel. They Are now in charge of the Coroner Here who will hold an inquest police Cili cers have been placed in charge of the Fuller under directions of Tho United slates Consul and nobody is allowed on Board. The Herbert Fuller hails from Harrington Maine. The murdered Captain was forty tour years of age and his wife arranged for july Nihil a Upas t to Iho k obis on i Erk. The following excursions to Robison Barb have been placed on the Corn july 23, aged Peoples Home july 24, Siru Sou m. E. Ohnich. July 27, employees of the company. July 2s. Sons of Columbus. July 2 a Trinity English lutheran Church. July knights of Pylon a lodges. July 31, Calvary 0. B. Church. August 3. Employees of the company. Aught -1. Baptist sunday school. August 6, St. Paul Church. Waller i eague. August 7, ladies auxiliary b. Of l. E. August 12. Sion s. Bass Post g. A b. J August 18, Bob o link dub. August 20 Young men s society e. L. Church. August 22, degree of Honor so. 2, a. 0. U. W. August 2s. Wayne tent no. 54, e. 0. T. M. B. Shoaff crazy Turner of Washington Cyclone Davis of Texas of Nebraska Washburn. Of Massachusetts and Gaither of Alabama. The Absen sea Donnelly of Minnesota Kcf Sluhu of new York and Rankin of Indiana Are expected tonight. The business to ome before them a the distribution of Nicketa and arrangements of the con Veu Lioti. It is probable they will e com mend of ricers to the committee. The Middle of he Road men want the temporary chairman but they Ere divided on the Man. One set favors Cyclone Davis and the other senator Butler of North Carolina. The result will be that the National committee will take up the question irrespective Man of their own selection. Tho a no and they Hay they Are opposed to Ryan. Telegrams were received from he Kuodey Island Connecticut Michigan and Texas delegations who announced they would take a position in he Middle of the Road column in other Worda would favor a straight ticket and a purely populist declaration of principles. Chairman Matibe Necta has returned Ignal for renewed not icily 011 the part of the populists who Hope to prevent an endorsement of Bryan and the clip ago platform. His visit to Chicago was partly due to his fear that the he lurch and waa apparently not be was in secret conference with Tho anti Bryan leaders Aud the National Lead Quarter were practically deserted. There Are to Many other populists in Illinois who Are believed to hold the Fame opinion that or. Taubeneck is Lisl Airbed. To have one s Ami Alegn Ion go against him would be very distasteful. In Tho discussions of the Nito plan of action was agreed upon but they seemed determined to make a straight out tight for a separate ticket and platform. At Tho Oklahoma there is much jubilation Over Tho indications of the growing Bryan and on Trio Street by an overturned his three Small Motherless children. Lie the ii sol it Lre to the House Chow of i Oul Roclor Jolt so Lelm a a Kucil 1.3 Cher an exciting Accident in which James b. Shoals the Well known horse Man was an involuntary actor attracted a monday morning. Sarafi was driving a spirited though gentle horse around the Comer of Calhoun and main streets when two wheels of the buggy caught n the Street railway switch overturn no the i Reticle and throwing or. Shoal to the ground. The horse now unrestrained dashed away with the buggy at its heels and or. Slio Afi with he lines tangled about him was dragged a Short distance before the horse could be stopped. When picked up the injured Man was in a dazed and in Pless condition. He was conveyed o his Home at 4j6 West main Street where an Esa initiation of his injuries resulted a finding Semai ugly cuts about the head but fortunately no broken Bones lir. Shoatts will be around again in a few Days. Elssel i1y i Nohse. A fifteen months old child of contractor John sue her of 420 South Sanna Street while playing in the barn sunday was kicked on Tho head to a horse and rendered unconscious y the How. Strangely enough Llie ittle one a Skull was not fractured but an ugly Scalp wound was inflicted which May terminate seriously if in hmm action Seta in. Drs. Schilling and Morgan attended. Mrs. Collins wife of policeman Collins stepped on a Needle and or. Hia efforts to extract it. A a piece of Joseph Metker an employee in the stereotyping department of the newspaper Union had the thumb of Hia right hand mangled in the machinery monday. Or. Beaton will try to save Hie injured Boston mass., july the funeral of sex governor William e. Itu Asell will take at the shewed memorial Church Cambridge on monday afternoon at 4 o clock. This was decided upon by the family a consultation today. The services will to extremely lie to View the Bod will he Given. Rev. Or. Alexander me Nulta pastor of the Church intimate Friend a the family will Mich. July George Swain a Farmer about forty eve years id. Vini near Attica killed his three mall children set lire to the Houa and morning. His wife died b Short time go and it is thought that this deranged Lis mind. Or. Jameson the first trial at Lar since t e famous Tichborne claim it Case was begun today when or. Ameson. A or sir John Willoughby col. R. Gray. Or. A f. White. Major it. White Aud Henry f. Coventry were or Signet before lord chef .1 ustice Russell Baron Pollock and or. Justice Slawkin the charge against the de end Anta u elation of the neutrality Awa by invading the territory of the Outh african Republic. Moat of the Reading members of the bar of great Britain Havo been engaged either for to prosecution or for the defense. Long before the hour had arrived for he beginning of the trial every Cook and Corner in the court room allotted o spectators was thronged. There were Many ladies among those present sir Edward Clarke for the defend its made a motion to quash the indictment on the ground that it was a definite. In its allegations and that it lad not been proven that the foreign list meet had been proclaimed when the offence alleged had taken place. Sir Kichard Webster q. C., the attorney general replied on behalf of he government. When the attorney eneral had closed his argument the ourt adjourned until belief continues to be generally Reva Teut that n Bolt is among the Trong probabilities of twin populist invention whatever the course decided Upan by the majority. The delegates Are constantly arriving Ore and the larger the crowd becomes. Eeling Over the one a Keetion at Issue his question is whether to endorse Independent ticket. In a general Way the contest is be Ween the North and the South. The Western and Northern Delegate Calla Tim Selfa populist Imd Tho Southern elevate also refers to himself As a Opu Liat. Many of the delegates is Treab the opinion that they May at no Cotant Day . The Northern men As a class con end that in the endorsement of Bryan is the Only Hope of making the in hence of the party Felt or of achieving Rao Tichtl results while the Southern with the democrats of their Section Uio Idal. The feeling is the same whether among leaders or Tho rank and file the Only difference being that be rooms and the latter in the hotel corridors. Both classes Are equally a neat and both declare that there 13 the crowds Are not urge but the men Are All very evidently greatly in a neat and any two of opposing views Lii Mculty in attracting a crowd any number of which is Only too glad to Ake up Tho thread of the discourse of iia Champion. They Are All Debasora and All Well informed in the issues at take. The Bryan followers talk split More openly than their opponents. They Are perfecting a thorough organization and mean to make a strenuous Dort to crat to nominee. They do not publicly admit that there is any possibility that they will not to Able to control the con veil lion but privately Many of them nay thai if they Are not in Llie majority and if a separate ticket b nominated they will walk out of the convention and to the people to the support of Brycki and Senall. Tho other crowd Are More reticent but the feeling is none the less intense. Tho Nebraska delegation with United stator senator Allen at its head arrived today making a visible augmentation of the Bryan forces. The members of to delegation say that the populist party of Thea Tatoli solid for Why should not we endorse said senator Allen nailing n question ii reply to one. It a Good policy the Wise and proper thing to do. Jar lha important populist doctrine the Fri e and unlimited coinage of Wilvor lie income tax and Revenue tar it. Nur endorsement of Bryan gives Rora Annille Hope of site cps at to Polis with on endorsement a will win. If we fail Aid. Trades Noil f Nncel unlit the miners. At a called meeting of the trades and labor Council last Friday messes. Gore and Watkins of Eose Daje ind., were Given a hearing upon the details of Tho strike of the Indiana miners and their destitute condition. The Council after discussing the matter appropriated which Haa been forwarded to the Secretary of the Relief committee at Terre haute. They also voted a sum .0 pay the travelling Espenes of the a committee of three consisting of m John Koch John Eruna Kiil and h Iam Carroll was appointed to present h the miners Appeal to the various labor. H euro additional Aid. Used an murderous deed of Etta k Obi us at Huntington. A. J. Full Nna in Bikhler kill lit _ Hesti Sotojr w. Va., july 20 j. Call and Nettie Call his daughter were killed in a shanty boat six Miles East of Here this morning. Lollie my will also die and several Small children Ace at to Point of death. Etta Robins is in jail accused of the weapon a double bit Ai. Call and daughter who Aryl dead have their Heads severed and All the children Are slashed in a horrible Man one woman leaped into the River and saved her life. The greatest of excitement prevails. No cause is assigned for the h Henry Lindeman of Paul e. Upholstering establishment fell from Wagon saturday sustaining injuries to his left loot which will keep him from work for some time. Peter Hohnholz the agricultural implement dealer fell onto a reaping 1 machine and was serious ill injured 1 about his lower limbs. J Day to attend the two year old child of Jcharles Jacobs the East Street Butcher. The Little fellow from a bottle which had Eft on a table within Bis prompt set Ion prevented suits. Cleveland s clemency july the president the death sentences imposed upon three texans. John c. Ball Tom Davis and Taylor Hickman. They were to be hanged september St nest. In the Cue of Ball be president a bib that White he has been twice convicted of murder the judge and District at Ilick Nan Are Lull blooded Indian boys of thirteen and fourteen years respectively without any appreciation of Tho enormity of the brutal and cold blood in their canes also the judge and District attorney strongly urged the causes two deaths. a Keit Artinr in Leif a Juist. Iii. July Archibald a Kew shot Arthur Callahan three iras and then killed himself at Kings on South of this City. Saturday night. Askew s daughter was stopping at quarrel Over the Way she had been treated Askew called at Callahan a House and abused the girl. When Callahan remonstrated Askew Drew a the bullets going through Callahan s head. Then he eat Down on the porch and asked Callahan s forgiveness. When Elliis waa denied Askew put the pistol to Hia head and blew out own brains. I e v mention s. St. Lows. Mo., july five conventions will be held in St. Louis this week namely populists Silver direct legislation co operative and Reform press association. E. V. Delia will address the direct legislation con v in Tion. Among those who will read papers at the co operative convention will be editor a. Edwards of the nation editor b. 0. Flower of Tho Arenar is Edward Bellamy author of looking is Union s views. Is congressman Jerry Simpson who is a very shrewd observer is strongly of the opinion that and Sawall will a endorsed. Tie Issue is said he and men dare not play politics at such Al time As this. If his convention should refuse to endorse Bryan the populist party would vember. Honest endorsement is the Only salvation of Tho pity. So far As Kansas a it matters not what this convention does we will George w. Brewster of Falls City sob., who is the Populus candidate for Congress is hero urgently , implies acceptance of the democratic platform we should Braun. That would unite Tho demo Cra and populists on the Silver is up but still maintain our Organ u Tion z a Srp Wato entirety. Our platform i think will practically to a reiteration of the Omaha platform with a few the Initia Tivo and referendum Vedara or. Idrew Star says that to plenum ii platform comes from the a ouch where the populists Havo been persecuted by arrive and bring their influence to White Ber Tommy White who had prize fight Al the Princess rink in this City a seen by the following Flora Tom Chicago chronicle Tommy White the Clever local Feather weight Boser returned to stay in new York where he Defeated the beat men thit were sent against him. White Erie aug highly of his treatment Here and will return in the All to Resu Jue work at Tho Knickerbocker athletic club As boxing ins True the match Between White and Eddie Santry another Clevor Feather weight but a meeting could not be arranged Between them last Nicht. Whilo in the East White took Isert in eight All limited round of lira. Hig showing in Tho first one did not impress the critics and a a consequence the Chicago boy was Able to get on with Many of Tbone who Wero in classes below him in ability Etwo were Ira we that did not reflect Dison but in the fall will in prepared to Tali business with push the Roby Case. Or Nolor kept it h India Jafolis. July the Obj a Liefl id foray the matter remains in being taken yesterday owing to the failure of sex senator Kopelke to report however. Be is ejected on the Early train tomorrow. Governor Matthews says Bat neither be nor Ibe attorney general Tiebee to take any step until a conference with or. To fat Sitiar with the situation than they could possibly be. However the chief executive has not relaxed his determination to keep pressing the Button Ngn inst Looby and its Turrou nil Ings. Cows Poist. Led., july 21 it Roby from All indications will come to an end in a few Days if attorney general Ketchum o plans Are carried out advices from Indianapolis today any thai the Auorey will arrive in Uko county of wednesday with Hoth barrels loaded to Lay con will appear before Ludo Lillett. Of Nebraska populists carrying the fifty seven delegates from Nebraska to St. Louts will leave Lincoln at tomorrow. It is expected that 500. Populists in different parts of Tho state will leave Nebraska but All will not Likely go to St. Louis on this train. Headquarters of the Nebraska delegation will beat Tho Tedell hotel in St. Dation Havo bean secured at the is. James. A meeting of Iho Nebraska delegation has been called for 10 o clock monday in St. Louis to arrange Plana for the endorsement of Bryan by the Hilum of Jolio g. Jur Koon or. And mrs. John g. 15t West Berry Street spending a vacation at sorts and or. Jackson Tersy to attend affaire. To d need a key to get As somebody had broke j an investigation showed that Quwas ransacked from cellar to and Many goods stolen. The lots cannot to known until mra. Son arrives Home As the goods Are mostly household articles silverware with which or. Jackson not familiar. The police have the eve in hand. Boon to weary boarders. Ioctl ii i a Lac Solon of Cis Missiti 0., july or. A. of thin City has applied for a Patent on an invention which promises h is a mechanism to be applied to the piano for the purpose of correcting the Lala tones of that instrument which have hitherto been regarded As a Neces Spry evil. The invention makes the accomplishes the result by a Eort o mechanical lingering similar to the Liuigi Iii fingering on the violin. Com been successfully solved. The in Velior is a half brother of the late professor fining of in nag Wica Lake. Hill be fill Pius. 9 wis., july Walter Sunne Machor was drowned who e fishing in nag Wica Lake. The body was recovered and brought to this City Lut his neck. John Lla Irles who formerly lived this City and worked As a Brake Man och the. Fort Wanyue Road was shot by storekeeper named Brumbaugh Jhb Donaldson ind Friday in an cation. The Bullet struck Kawles Fly the Chin penetrating the Skull coming out at the Back of the Etc a Rajau ians Eay Lylial Iho wound is Auy fatal. Kan Lea has been working Al Al Donam on Ever since he left Lis the , a oui be of pc sol july Edward b Webster the Young Navy paymaster who was recently court Marli aled at Maro Liland and found guilty of Barge of emf element does no intend to abide by thu. Judgment o the court. Lie will Appeal to president Cleveland for clemency before Tom Navy department shall have had to Opportunity in the , Gal july 20 the California socialist labor convection has adopted it platform protesting again the free coinage of Silver on the ground that such action would be Clit o legis lation inasmuch As. It alleges it would Benefit the debtor dial at Hie. Of capitalists. The dead in the ruins. Botlley Are of Nail in Trio Cizik Kio july three men Wero killed and it is feared that two More perished in the fire saturday evening which destroyed the cell age should incite Billett not allow lha injunction it a said the action will to Liam Fitl r change of pm hip Vili Ift taken Login d. Lelir is Iliff Rozaly or. Wrist s or menu in the

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