Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
3 Jun 1896

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3 Jun 1896

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Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - June 3, 1896, Fort Wayne, IndianaEstablished 1833. Part full test wednesday j i Nufi 3. 1s9g.-eig11t pages. Part first. Volume Over the Lariel duties. He. That Tho platform of the Republican in Ray in Lyyii would circulation on a parity with the Best Dollar in lha world and declared thai the political ground under the democratic party appears dangerously it Ila lie Eauil by a vote the digging of Chr Ollu depend Escutt likewise of Decar-1. Lira a is Vino. Of states rights. 5. The Graves of that defenders who died in Hospital Indiana had Iii in the War of the rebellion -1 000 of them were from Allen county to 410 Sona of Indiana died or Weie killed during the War Breve men from this county sleep a the sunny South almost Gui lie buried to the Sioras cemeteries. We Era Here with our Flowers. I Hope thu Day will have in it the hush of the funeral. We cannot decorate these grave without Reni Emberg that cruel War the events that led tip to it and while we remember them we will remember our option a defenders living the exercises were closed with a Eong a the Linden quartet a by the by of cd. M. C. Cooper the pastor of the Simpson m. E. Church. At uie that morning it r Kov. Father Jolin k q Linlan waa the celebrant. A Large choir furnished the Catholic old hol Lieis of the City and Aroby the hibernian Kiflay in addition to Many of Tho Familio relatives and Frienda of Thoden heroes. Father Quinlan took for the test of Iii Burmon tin Kev Feutl verse of the thirteenth can pts of St Paul s epistle to the ramans Render Honor to Laid Down their lives in ibo cause for which they fought said father Quin Paul re comm ended it in this test. They died for the cause which was dear to their hearts valuing their lives at less than the Liberty and safety of their country. To Euch men All Honor is duo and it is right for the people to set apart a Day for this purpose. Ever St. Paul uttered the Worda which Are quoted in the the world him it a Well to continue to do. It Haa been a custom of the Church ail through the Jiu Eteen centuries of its solemn and was Bugely mud we emf Young robber the i Tver mid Hai Bor Bill 1 asses Tho men win in the prohibition this Ifni a test vote and regard Das o ii Oal Riely or int. Bosi paid Fri i or Silver nmn. Few sol by. My the National a by a vote of 427 to 337 the narrow a Rufio members of the party won their to cont Iii Ibe platform to the single Issue of hos Lilily to Ibe liquor troll la. The came on a notion to adopt a Silver Plank which was Defeated by a Majory of forty. The Silver men made threat to loll if they Trero Defeated bad Tib regular convention last evening nominated Joshua p. Levering the n previous campaigns As iia Choice is Halo Johnson of Illinois candidate for governor of that state was Nomi the platform Wlinich was Given in Tiesu distal Tabeb yesterday is the narrowest kind of a narrow gauge declaration. Mrs. Helen m. Gougar vainly Plank. After Trio substitute had been a wildest Coc fusion Lar. Levering tha nominee for president is fifty sve Yeara of age and is president of the your Hen s Christian association of Barimore. He was formerly .1 Democrat. Has Beau connected Vith the prohibition party since 1msj, and has for Sonie years rated Fis vice chairman of the Maryland sex Purohi Buiani ticket Tail for to Vurnor. the highest vote Ever West in that elate for the party. He was pro stated positively that he would not May tie now National committee of the prohibition parly m until 4 o clock this morning completing Tare election of Samuel a. Dickie of Michigan. Other to it ices were elected As follows vice chairman Jues a. Tate Tenn Faaee w. T. Wardwell sew York secret airy Samuel d. Hast inca via contain treasurer not Hera of the four Odices a. I. Stevens Pennsylvania to. C. Ears Dan West Virginia John i id. Colorado Volncy curbing Maine. The selection of n place for permanent Headquarters of the comm Mittee. Serm ii 1 Sci ionic to by is. Little of cuts. Little d it in to act la detective Cullen of Iki Kery. I it ves o Deail heroes Are ducked. 1 ii memorial services at Meyer. Tils deut i of scarred sunday a Shistos. June 2 approach upon the House by several suggestions today. A Rule from the committee on rules remainder at the session was adopted. Then or. A Maloy called attention to the fact that several approx dial on pa., May ill it was 9.30 o Clr cd the second Day s session waa called to order. Attendance it that hour wits Light As Many of the delegates had Beni Labouring in com Mittiea until Tho Eaily morning hours. When comparative quiet had been obtained. Ilov. Gideon ii. Macklin of Ohio Oll ored prayer. A Resolution lying in Wail or a thief for night. Detective was re warded sunday night by capturing Hia Man. For a month past a robbery of l. P. Severer a bakery on there no f an Hist could be Fol careful was tha robber to conceal any on May 8th the Cash drawer in the bakery was touched for about or 54. Then on the 10th f4 was taken again. On the night of Tuu 17th, was stolen n the Saia a bold but mysterious shortly after the last mentioned Rob Oery. Or. Scherer notified the police Ami asked that something be Dona to prevent a recurrence of these frequent dealings. Superintendent online and Captain Bergman called in officer coling and placed the care in a soda. Since then he has been care ully working on the matter and inst night he nailed Tho fellow in the act. For two weeks col ing wont to Tho Oakery about and remained there watching the place until morning. During those nights the thief called once. It was then ascertained that the raid was made earlier in the night sunday nigh tooling he Post at place. A abort time after Thia to heard a Back door unlock end open. Uto he bakery on his hands end Knees. When he had gone in far enough to that he could not turn and run out coling confronted the fellow up Hia Handa. This the thief did. Coling questioned him and the fellow confessed to the robberies. Patrol Wapon was called and the prisoner waa locked up. His name was Arthur web he in seventeen years of age he lays. Hia father lives in Indianapolis but the boy has resided in this City All his life tie is s Nephew of the proprietor of the bakery. Or. Scherer. And formerly Ever he has been mixed of with a gang of Young toughs in Tho East end end his is the result. Monday morning to said to the Sest Iski. Reporter that he Hail robbed the bakery four limes sunday night being the fifth attempt. Webb effected a Entrance into the which he had made Bond of he went to jail. Lispenard 3 . Licassi of lad. June Robert Burkett. O this City is in receipt of Lettera from or. E b. Hunter of Falk-villi1. Ala., which to prove the a biting divine took by influence of and preached a in this world he said every person he a brought in Contact either for Sood or bad. And this ence no Man Svetli into himself it is Man s daily life that a others and this being the Case it is the duty of every one to de live that Hia daily life Mav to the Means of in Iuen cing others for Good. Or. Little j raise of the sermons he preached yesterday. Oce of the features of sunday s services Wes the singing h waa the last appearance in shia City of mrs. Darwin Root the Soprano of the West a Public favorite in this City and tha first appearance Here of miss Anna Bussert. Of Delphia. Young min of fifteen Yeara of age whom the wet the place of mrs. Hoot who leaves this week for Chicago to reside mias Hubert charmed everybody with her Fine Violoa one of which she Aang in the morning and Tho other at Tho evening service. She Haa a wonderfully Clear Sweet distinct voice and musical circles. She has been in it each of them won pms. She will remain in this City and take lessons in mrs. Hoot never Sang More Beauty she rendered her Farewell Solo in this City. She has a wonderful Talent and was held charmed with her rendition. A will be greatly missed by her Many friends and litre in fort -1 clock Sanilay afternoon occurred Tho death of Adolph Meyer at Hia Home. No. 1ss weit Berry Street. Or. Pleyer had been ill for several weeks though a death waa not i peeled so soon. Sir. Meyer had resided in fort Wayne Lor about ten years. He was of fort of Fane and had Many friends. To leaves u wife and seven children mrs. Julius poll Elzir. Ira Jula Truman and Otiis Bertha Meyer of Lafayette Samuel of san Francisco Kay. Inanna. Ricka and Jacob of this City. Virginia Eleanor Blunt daughter of or. And mrs. V. Gutermuth. Died of exhaustion at o clock last Friday fourteen Days. The funeral West Washington Street. Saturday morning May 30. At mrs. Jennie Tritschler wife of c. F. Tritschler. Died this Forenoon at her Home. No. 71 Broadway from heart will Ben heaped to is Fiance Ohio for burial. James Crance Sou of Prit Chard Crance of no. So Thomas Street died last night from typhoid pneumonia. He waa fourteen Yeara of age. Mrs. Peter crush an inmate of the county Asylum died lest night aged seventy six. She had relatives at hic Haville. Ohio who came Lothia City today to arrange Fer the funeral. Jars. Seller died this morn ing at her Home. No. 224 weat main Street. She waa aged sixty ii years. She waa the widow of c. C. Seller. One of the Pioneer saw Wilera of Thia City who died Aptil 29. 1891. Tho following children survive her Albert killer unil Eliza Baer of this City Charles Keller of Ogden Utah mrs. Emma Meyerhofer and mrs. Caroline Buhr. Of Toledo Emil and Louis Keler. Of and for a Fow hour in the Eaily Forenoon it looked As if the to Observance of tie Cere m in its which the old the sons of veterans and the Dill erect societies leg the dead heroes Nho had fought in defense of the Flag of country but As midday approached lie Clouds and he threatening weather disappeared and Llie Sun came out with the Promise hat the afternoon would a Bright and to exercises of the cemetery could to Mouv of the Inonu a Turing Zalab turned out and thronged the Alreeta hotly after 1 o clock and under the direction of chief marshal w. F. Cemetery there Tho principal Cher circa of Tho Day were held in the Pete once of Nia Reli and the organizations Palici Sig in it in d already been Al he Tisei. And it was followed As nearly As it was possible to tees had visited each of the cemeteries n the Vicinity of the City and placed Lowers and an american upon the each sleeping hero had been honoured by tributes of love it Lindenwood the Post services were held at the Cenotaph by the sons of veterans in Honor of the dead. This consisted of ceremonies conducted by like Captain prayer by the chaplain Eong cover them Over with by the Linden liar let and the decorating of the Cenotaph by n band of Little girls. This was followed with the regular Eli visa Ai Obj grand stand. The introductory remarks Neri made by mayor h. P. Scherer. Followed with prayer by Kev. J. L. Lieper and song by the Ltd eur quartet and the audience after which Rev. Geo. E. Davies the pastor of the Bethany presbyterian Church of this City de Iverd the address. It was in eloquent tribute to the dead. Siting than that to should set aside one Day amid the push and hurry of our Busy life to scatter Lior aers with a ear and a sigh upon the Graves of the Rey and a sigh and a tear upon the rave3 of Hie Blue and to Endeavor to Devotion to the Saviours of our country. He spoke of the feeling of the old soldiers As they reviewed Tho experience of leaving Home enlisting marching fighting Iva Tinc away in prison or returning to Bis old Home after the War and the part that the mothers wife. Bisters and daughters had taken in these memorable scenes lie then dwelt upon the Many Lea sons the Day was calculated to teach. The sons and daughters of these vet in their Devotion to n country baptized in the blood s portion of which courted thrown their own veins. They will not allow the Devotion of father to Elipia the patriotic love of Aon. Those very services tend to bind them to their country by the imperishable Corda of Delight to Honor Tho Truu Patriot. These Tesch thei on 0 silence More Elc quest than words. The nig Haa Peculiar lessons of deep de o Tiou to Foster in the mind o a o Long is the chg is properly reverenced he then proceeded to Eulogy a the Moat Down log Man of the War and found him not among the great generals but big private soldiers. While the generals will be remembered by future Geue ratios it a our duty to Honor the High private. The True dignity of the Soldier s position was East a the King of Kinra. Fought to Battles not of a single or ulry. But of the world at Large. The duly had been performed How bravely substantial results of his la and Nore willing to Bocai their proves blood. The Linden quartet Ihen Sang once again Miet Ami then ital t. F. Drake Kae Villo ind As Tho sons of Vater nerf delivered an interest Iii and Force decoration Day. He , a Tho outgrowth of a series of historical Facia Back of syn. To Obsen in some Emht incl which they and com Mee Orato. Enck of the who thetis Tor the Angel of life Back a 1 tit Buias is the birth of the St r .1.1 to oct new Couitt noticed that Many members were leaving Thoc Tyand begged members to re was reinforced by chairman Cannon of Tho appropriations committee who probability that this session will end before wednesday of next week and probably not before Friday or saturday. Do not keen if a Oriya to trip not get away far a or. Baby oof chairman of the District of Columbia committee reported an agreement on the fas Bill which reduced the Price of Gaa in Tho District for the government and to which in estimated would save citizens e year. The report was january on Island no. 1, in Tho were not those of Charles Lispenard the missing detective of he order of Siapen ird is . The disinterred were not positively identified by Are. Lip unpaid. The 1 Oreater will not he s3.000 insurance Money Uyleas full identification is Mads. They to Nievo lib Ecru in still presented express aug sympathy for the biter Era of the so Louis Cyclone and it Oths adopted by a standing vote. After the consideration of some Roum Tateo on Plit Forni was Lor. Chairman Funk stated that the narrow and Broad gauge factions were unable to agree and that two reports would be presented. In two reports to the convention. Tho majority or narrow gauge report Delares its agreement with the United slates supremo court that Ai asiatics of by result from use of ardent spirals ban any other source that liquor dealers corrupt legislation and make Rood government impossible that the tarty a unalterably opposed to the drink traffic and declares for its total suppression for beverage purposes ejecting All Compromise measures whether License local option or Public control. Wage earners1 is to liquor traffic at the Cost of product Ion and that the Success of the party will remove this great Arden from Industry that they stand or Good government honestly and economically administered that there a no greater peril to Tho nation than he Competition of political parties for he liquor vote and Calu upon voters o enforce the declaration of the Churchea against Tho liquor Tralio Tho minority report which waa pro enter by the Broad rangers has the question that All Money should be issued by the government Only and without the intervention of any banking association. It should be based upon the wealth stability and integrity of the nation and should be full Legal tender for All debts Public and private and should be of sufficient volume to meet the demands of the legitimate in iness interests of Tho country and for the purpose of honestly liquidating All cur outstanding Coin oblivion we demand Tho free and unlimited coinage of both Silver and Gold at ratio of 10 to 1, without consulting any other Otho Plunka in the platform declare tos Cating liquors for beverage Pur and other legitimate purposes should be controlled by the state. Equal r gilts of suffrage for both sexes Are Only engl so in the pubic schools and no Public funds for sectarian Institute vote and naturalized Citrin to Only after being naturalised n Linual declarations of the platform Are there should he proportionate repro of the popular will. To favor he in the of the people lib the narrow gauge was the majority report the Broad gauge Ilia minor Ity report. Governor St. John Iho minority report and moved that it be made n part of tace majority report Ace that Tho whole should considered Section by text in. A motion to tragedy. Two a Ruoi a with following is the list of deaths As reported by Tho City undertakers for Tho week ending May 30. Is95. Calvin m. Stewart of Yeara old con Sarah e. Hiler Yeara old Campli child of. F. Long. 1 Day old a Catherine Angel. 64 years old old age. Melinda Davis 75 years old asthma. Agnes Gasken 21 Days old spasms. Luria a Sherbundy 50 years old stomach trouble. Henrietta Koop. 40 Yeara old con Harlea r. Aspens 30 years old i gardening of Aton Inch. Set Mel whelman 44 years old suicide Virginia Guttermuth 13 Days old scape. St. Louis citizens frightened by n storm people s institution it Avilla dedicated sunday. Fran Firmunn Sliu is. The old people s Home erected at Avilla by the franciscan Sisters of Tho Tia cred heart was formally dedicated crowd lit. Rev Bishop Rademacher of fort Wayne officiated and addresses were made by Kev. Father Cyprian of Joliet. 111. Judge Joseph w. Idair. Of Columbia City Luke h. Wrigley. Of Albion and j. M. Robinson of fort Wayne. Uniform societies from , fort Wayne Decatur and other Points participated in the ceremonies City to Avilla sunday morning and n Large crowd went along. Long hat of charitable and benevolent institutions which Dot Indian. Tho Home has just been completed at a Cost of and while it will be under Catholic management the aged of All other religious beliefs can find a cordial Welcome there. The order of franciscan Sisters had its origin in Germany but removed to America about Twenty live Sfara at the solicitation of Rev. Father Duehmig pastor then As now of St. Alary s Church at Avilla. Tho order has grown and prospered until it now maintains schools hospitals Elc. In it a Core of places in Indiana Ami Illinois. The present of Tho order is at Joliet. 111. While other benevolent institutions seemed ample for the of humanity he diocese of fort Fra inf. Includes the entire Northern half of aged. The Sisters of St. Francis undertook to Supply ibis need Anil through tha eff re of Rev father Duehmig who ban he work throughout they were per Sundt to incite the Home it this place. The institution is situated one a f mile West of a Villot upon n farm of Ifil by the order and the eur reuniting View from the Lilac onion of Home is architecture lighted by pus and heated by steam. Tho Interior Bligh cheerful and cosy and is charmingly hence of Ibe inmates. Already All parts of tha Tania have up their Node there and they seem Happy and contented to Pasa i hair declining Iho Home. The Home u dip if As an Lailie tinn of the entire and the report of the committee on passage of the bit Over the Toto was made by chairman Hooker and the report was read. Lull Camalo a vote it passed Over the the indications Are that the general deficiency appropriation Bill will not principally to Obi dec Lions to the items appropriating a million and a half dollars for the payment of French spoliation and Bowman act claims. It is probable however that the i ill will not be talked but will be permitted to become a Ian without signature. Decided to report to tha House the subcommittee a Sallion for the reorganisation of the Northern Pacific amendments were made to compel the reorganized company to All debts of Tho company and claims against it and to prevent Tho company holding a monopoly of Timber and Iron on its Grant Landa. The session of the Senate be an at 1 1 o clock today in anticipation of the closing struggle and Liosel vote on to a Butler Bill to prohibit the Niue of Bonds and of n speech on the Dingley Larit Bill by or. Chairman of prayer referred to the fact that the vice. President would today Giro an estimable daughter in marring and invoked divine Benediction on the Bride end the in reporting the militia reorganization Bill. Or. Hawley raid it would not be called up until the next session. Among the Bills introduced was one at Appo Maloi. A. Or. Chandler offered a Resolution directing the judiciary committee to inquire into certain alleged irregularities in the son them judicial District of Indian territory. Or. Chandler called Reee vers certificates had been issued by authority of Tho court for the construct on of the Denton and Xor thei a Railroad Toad to Miles Long but taken on the Resolution. Or. Morrill was then recognized for air each on the Tariff. Us Earnest his speech senator Morrill referred to the emergency Tarril Bill passed by the House and Eaid Tho demo Rich have broken away from the leadership of their president and who o marching to the drum and i e of a North Carolise Captain Are in urfi dry Ltd lest the populists Shoal. Up cd Tiol of their party that they Liila themselves the dec Nair 1p dared that the Republican party of this City was killed instantly yesterday by Thomas Allen a Stock buyer. Allan e son aged seventeen Tad been keeping company with Riley a daughter aged Twenty four. Of a onto the differ one in the Ngea of he Younki people both fathers of acted o their marriage hut Tho couple buc needed in securing a marriage License Friday evening mid married immediately after the marriage they Eft for Putnam county and remained Here until yesterday when a Telegram advising them of Tho tragedy called hem homa when Mies Tiley failed to come Home Friday night her father bet out o learn Tho cause. He soon heard of the marriage. He denounced Tho elder the men met on the streets saturday defend yourself one of a is going to Riley pulled his revolver. Allen said be was unarmed and the two repaired to Hooton a hardware establishment in Blaich for a weapon for alien. They Weie finally separated before Sny blood was shed. Yesterday Riley was on the Street a Carlo and was loud in Hia claim that he was after Allen. Kiley waa just coming out of the Post office room Eben Allen drove up in his Carriage alighted and passed in. After getting he mail he started to leave the Postof Lico. When accosted him Vilh his drawn weapon. Like a Flash Allen Drew his pistol and Tho firing began. Tiley fired two Ahou and Allen four. When the smoke had cleared away Tiley was line in the witnessed the at Ray from Hia father s Carriage bad received a severe wound in the right leg. Allrn waa Arr Ted and a in both men Are wealthy and into Entiat. Democratic politics for Many years Furcal excitement prevails Blai a Jlon str Auvril Ilni Liilo St. Louis. Juno at an Early hour this morning Tho two stricken cities St. Louis and East St Lou a. Received a the Southwest by Luw Ous flashes of lightning. Then a few Minutto later big Black Clouds appeared on the Northern horizon and rolled up until they covered the City. There All approaching b Hurricane or Tornado. The element disturbances lasted in Cuba in u g Oft Oliie explodes Terr i fit mowed from a Spanish standpoint. Iii urgent 4 sold o be Lla Ninf houses a Iii Dellroy Iii Cifuo Havana of insurgents under Alberto Rodriguez coming rom Guerra. Where Are concentrated Puerta de la Guerra situated near the military line where they burned forty Good houses and sixty Huta. The Village of Justin Ana waa also burned. The government has ordered the Village of Civy Jabo recently destroyed by Ere to be rebuilt. It 1s stated that the insurgents prohibit the circulation of daily newspapers in the districts they control urea tuning to punish with death any person infringing this order. The March Westward have according to the official reports become Neutral Ineil sad have been unable to collect additional Banda in consequence of the de eat sustained by them at Isolona where they Are reported to have lost eighty four killed. The sur gets under a Benvindo Sanchez and Morton have burned Tona of Osno of Tho Plantation of san Jose in the a Atanis District a Spanish flac Haiut in trying to Zacapa Tho prisoner woe awol and Kilby. An escorted train left Matzart a yesterday. Going in the direction of Jagu Aey. In order to place upon the another train which bad been derailed Between Sah Niilo and Union. The insurgents wrecked Tho Relief train by throwing n bomb at it irom Bim Tath Tho engine killing Tho Ettigi Culvert near eol Codron Hofia also been destroyed with twin use of dynamite by the nne Niy. A dispatch from Samel a Batalion of local volunteers have Force Haa surprised the Ioctl guerrillas of Cardenas resulting in five of the gent Lender previously reported to have with the insurgents Force at Managua the surrender u Ctistin to the Spanish authoring. Mill another vol pa., june five miners were horribly roasted by an explosion of Gas at tha Buck Ridge Collierr today. Urea and there a but alight Hope of the recover of Tho others. The victims George Faust frightfully burned Samuel Faust a brother of Tho brat turned about Handa face and body head to will die Daniel Schmehl burned about the Bead face and upper part of body May John Specht burned about head Ace and body May recover. Within Twenty five Yards of the injured they proceeded cautiously and were using safely lamps while brushing the waa a loud explosion and the e men by Ilad it not bean for the proximity of their fellow workmen the men would All have been filled. They were carried to a place of safety before the deadly after Damp Imd limn to the mine a owned Anil operated by the heading Coal and Iron company and a located about four mile a from this election. The will uni of in of Fly Ollie Poblano Ore june 2 incomplete return have been received irom the election held in this state yesterday to select a supreme judge two compress who will choose a successor to senator Mitchell in the United s Isles Senate. The republicans have elected k. S. Bean supreme judge by about plurality. Thomas h. Tongue Republic the first District. Partial returns Tho second District give the following Ellis Republican. 793 populist 5ku Burnett Democrat 501 Northrup. Independent it will require result. Trio Senate will by Republican by about ten Nii Jority and the House will probably to c Osa. Though the Republic Aiu claim n majority of at least joint i governor Pennoyer plurality eroding the populists have a ads Gnina throughout in trouble. Ceinor Pii will Hotuj 11 sir urn n i aril ii. Ishii Siroub into. May Joseph Shulti. A discharged convict brought suit against or. In c. Peyton of jeer Conville. In which he makes serious charges. Schuk was sent to the Southern prison for eight years for Matr Pilj carry aah by. Of Lauia Ville. Who was a or him. And that he Siil him j75 of the contract Price. Lie supposed the Pya icing had influence with the and any representation he would make would be believed. Peyton failed to get Tho Pinion and to Sun is brought to recover the Money. Or. Peyton denounced tha suit As a cuive.1 from Johnstown flood. Joins sirs. I a june the people of Johnstown observed a or could of Tho departed ones who lost their iss j. Over souls perished that Day. Thousands of people a com ir-9. The Naceno at the plot of the singularly pathetic. According to the each of Tho Gratts Nero decked wit i of that latal Day was generally Obj Eryea. Mils Bertha Kane has returned to her Home in Copko Arlor Al iting a Field. Junn 1 h. H. Of the Chicago Tinea hemp a Cable message dated Yokohama signed Lorrin a. Thuraton. To minister to Tho United Irnen the Sandwich Zikuda a Nice Sam Kata Fields died sit Honolulu. May 1 a Hiss Fields was in the Sandwich islands As Epi i enl correspondent of the times Herald. When lest Beard from Iii letter was dated May i in which she informed Kohlan rtt tent Slio bad been in Ling a Deal of horseback Riding and hip Tiercie had completely re a ored her to health. New York. Juno fire last night destroy cd the five Story livery barn of Herman Floh Man on fifty third Street fifty Dorafs were roasted to duh total Losa Sutton assaulted. Inri. June 3-j. E. Button editor and proprietor of the Logansport daily was assaulted at his Ortii a Fotti o clock even no by Mumea Winfield a Young attorney. Winfield struck Sulton three Timia in the face it listing Sevrro i Kilts Tho trouble grew out of a r Timur to the i fact hint Sutton had Wii Siitia r Cli sector. Winfield made counter when he Learned tint there and begged the a ii Tor s Pardon for Hia Huly cont duct. Button declined to accept Tho judges. Flirence of the various railway brother including the conductors engineers tire Raen. Brak men and a watchmen Una held Here yesterday the Bill now pending in look ing to curtailing the Powers return diction of Federal judges in contempt the Bill having inciting cause in Tho punishment inflicted upon Debs uis care by Juit go Wonda tit. Chicago Thim speedy Pasage of Iho Bill waa de a him Neil j w. Sciuti Leaver today for extern business trip. I

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