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

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17 Jun 1896

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Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - June 17, 1896, Fort Wayne, IndianaEstablished 1833. Part fib St wednesday. June ii. 189u.-eight pages. Part first volume Lxii a Limbek beam of entrances. Within the officers and employees Ware performing the final details. Tote Oltha pit which faced ten speaker s for vice per Biden and there waa impression m Llie tink of Tiia sew Jerii to of . Tab struggle in to their fed when d the Itutti s hails Nuj blow for three minutes with faculty the Eca Etrueal n of Greit discord. The Impei Illel interests of thai Mich Limi a Oak. A Utton has menu Linis mrs. F. W. The Ivaa siem Oil leaves a husband Nad Lour children two sister and sva Brothers. Mra. Riih. R. A Smith mid d. Two places. W. F. Jeller let Listoken no sum Lily from tin Republican Latina Urive. Tivera was in seating capacity for Lilly o spectators. The a read pillars which Upham them around the galleries at by Sid the cats of arms of the various states. The t stand from Wii cd on either hand stars ached Tho with a Beautiful silk while from the gallery in the rear which overhung the seals reserved for distinguished Viti Ilora looked out the faces of Many Republican heroes who have gone to the Laet Reward. In the Center was Tho immortal Lincoln flanked by sew York it Ciul barters this morning the information via Given that until or. Morton s candidacy for president was Idi itly Thero indeed. Or. Plait had answered or. Lumina a offer direct by laying that he this was looked upon to mean that a further Ellort would be made after the for the of vice president and 1 rated that the a Coslic or openly s of the coup Eutiva Ball 10 a very eat factory. Mark Leann it. Down in tha front line the Ioor Nith boned head Coy m. Depew covered to Law h devout hand senator a i in before his features and or. Plait t impossible Lor him to give his had already done. The Frayer of tha rabbi invoked the divine Blessing on Fairbanks of Indiana waa by a if socratic president a the Eli Iliyof nn.1 i was so he would cat con Tamme Hia hand by signing it. A Bill that was too base for or. Civ end to a american people thu Law pm wanting in the Priam purpose of i rejects of Tho government. Tho Tileen diff not yet for leaves the and the Public u impaired Bui Domestic Unpi us Leek injure. The sectional favor its of the Wilson Law was one of its marked features its Blore at sheep lius Bantry was a unpardonable it was Al a grand wrong to the Farmers of Tho United Stales. This Grest Industry had developed and under re publican protective Laws until it was one of our greatest. Dollars Lor Wool which were paid to our Farmers under the Mckinley Law. Fhe Bill struck Down reciprocity one of the highest achievements in american statesmanship. No mss sure was Ever enacted which Mora directly advanced the interests of the american Farmers and manufacturers Tebuu reciprocity. With its destruction fell and under which their products were purely lading larger Aud profitable foreign Valorme for Epes Ilii duties hcs opened n Way for systematical and wholesale and employees of the country. By without paying their just tribute to tie Treasury of the United so hopi. Thus a have lost millions of dollars in Jeen enabled to unfairly possess our ionic markets. Neither time nor place Ortun to legislation of the democratic Larty nor to the Hufnal demoralising Cut acts of it. Suffice it to say that it Jas been a great and original Factor in kit and protect our credit and save Dent Haa been forced to sell in Oiher words he Faai been obliged .0 mortgage the future in time of learn to meet the current obligations contrast with the Republican record. Our Tariff Laws not Only raised Revenue jut they protected our Domestic they impartially protected the and South. Not Only that but they ally reduce Tho Public debt without people. During tie administration of Harrison of obligations were paid White Cleveland during the ast three years has added to our interest bearing debt j2g2 000 000. Against democratic Fina Ciering Tho Republican party entered its emphatic protest. Having attempted to reverse the Tariff policy of Tho United states with such lamentable results the demons the Parent of our ills. Its Effort to shift the responsibility will deceive no one. Ita attack upon Tho Tarril Ita is part of the unfortunate history of the Republic. The present currency system is the fruit of Republican Wisdom. It Haa adequate to All our past necessities and if uncorrupted in will meet our future our Erea is was attained when Republic Tion. When the Republican party who made honest protective Tariff to go with Tivo Lii Rill go India hand ing fitly a. Doubt Tho integrity of Tho Treasury they will question Tho soundness of the currency. Asco gaining thie fundamental Tufi party provided ample Revenue for the Treasury. When in the last con party advocate a financial policy that in Best interest of Tim Ampry can people at its Ante Bellum currency rceord7 consider Ita hostility to currency rendered necessary by of War and later its efforts by the Issue of greens exp. Witness Nii a i. But our Short Para ago it it has favored and fitters today Hie of Niu or number of bystanders who a slight Accident on edit main Street at Coon today fully expected to sees Little child ground Sll to pieces under a Street Dot. The while live fruit Man. Who bus store on East main Street opposite Iii Artesian Well had been playing about the Well and started across the Street to his Home. The child did not notice a weat bound main Street car we Mica was the track directly in front of it. Several men who saw him called to the ittle fellow to Stop but he paid no at Tention. The for f truck him and dashed him Down but the fend Ere pushed and shoved him along in front of the wheel until the car Tould be stopped. Then the lad lumped up and walked away a though he lad not miraculously from a horrible death. Harmon Skelton the eight year old son of or. And mrs. B. W. Sec Elton. Mph with a Accident yesterday while Riding Hia bicycle. He struck Home obstruction in the Street and took a header. Hia Riklis Arm wa3 badly fractured. Or. Eos entail attended him. The delivery horse of Jacob Hart Man Tho East Washington Street grocer. Wus frightened by a umbrella at noon today and . The Jared. The Wagon waa also slightly damaged. Roy Schurer. N lad of eight years who resides at no. 12 brie Street. Badly. A couple of blood vessels were severed and the boy was very weak from loss of Hood when or. Kappe arrived and stopped the Lbw. A runway horse Wes taken up in Bloom Infix ale this morning and placed in Haiber a Bairn. It wife of f. W. Gron Siu. Died Oil sunday at the family residence on the Corner o Lumbano and Pittsburg streets from cancer of the to much. Was thirty curved her husband was so overcome by the Eliock thai he been a temporarily find for two Homra he the leaves beside her three Enill children. Or. Ronau is Wago Maher and a employed in the Hollinger Wagon factory. Ailing with troubles for some time died at Hia Home. Is3 East Wash in ton Street. Last wednesday night. The funeral took place on saturday afternoon at o clock from Salem reformed Church. Or. Boerge Attu born in this City forty years ego and resided hero All Hia life. He via a boilermaker by Trade and for the past ten Yeara worked in the i Leiburg shops. Previous to that time he was in Tho cily a fire department two or three years. His wife preceded him to the grave by a half dozen years learing one child Little girl who is Nus the three weeks old daughter of Joseph it. Lamay of Washington township died last week from spasms. Jesse w., the two months old child of Jar. And mrs. W. Thompson of no. G Winter Street died last thursday Elsie the seven months old child of Christian Schnitker Diedo brain fever wednesday morning at the residence is High Street the funeral took place at 2 o clock Necit note Buooa. The remains of Tho late mrs. Samuel a. Albrecht. Who died in Denver col thursday arrived in the City on the Wabash train at saturday morn ing and were taken to the Home of the bereaved parents or. And mrs. C. H. Currier 149 West Washington Street. Tae funeral was held at the residence at o clock sunday afternoon Rev. L. Henson officiating. Jars. Albrecht waa Twenty one Jos a old and hid a very wide Circle of friends in this their midst. Of lived by Koberl Gage lit 4 o clock thursday conveyed Tho startling information that Nathaniel l. Can Penn had died in that City. Trio was All the More shocking from the act that the wife of the deceased had the Day previous received a letter from Jar. Chapman which was written last sunday and which stated that he was a dying Good health. A second title ram received Friday morning Allied that the remains would be shipped to fort Wayne Over the w Bash Road and would arrive Hern at o clock held at 2 o clock sunday afternoon from the family residence no. 10 Pritchard Street or. Henry Ben Nett officiating and will be under Tho auspices of Wayne no f. And a. A. Of which the deceased was the deceased waa about sixty seven years old. A leaves a wife a daughter mrs. Eliza Sunborn an adopted mrs. Sanborn. Edward Labbe aged fourteen years died last thursday it the Home of Hia parents or. And mrs. Joseph Liibbe. No. 19s Madison Street from obstruction of the the funeral was held at St. Mary s Catholic Church at -1 o clock sunday afternoon. Cornelia daughter of or. And mrs t. B. Hedekin. Died Aat Friday of a Little child a daughter of or. And mrs. John Kendall of Mansfield. Ohio d Oil inst Friday at the Harmon House. The child had been sick parents were on their Way taking t to Chicago where they intended to apply the Faith cure to the care. When they reached v Ort Wayne that morning on the Pithy org Road the Little one was dying to they Stopp in in Teliin City. Ron. Mich for burial. Angelina the one month old daughter of Lohn f. Leiber. Died of Bron family resilience so. I dirty Street. The funeral Wai held it o clock yesterday morning at the is Catholic Church. Anna the Alvo months Obi daughter of Conrad , of to. Al Lohn Avreet. Fun t Jih. The a neral held at the residence at j o clock tuesday morning. Mrs Martin died at her Home in Wells county fifteen Boi the of this City at u o clock Lui Iuna in. K. Smith of Coldwater. Michigan and Gro Smith i of h Ella county Iii Ian. The following is Ihbe list of deaths As reported by the City undertakers for the week ending june 13-elate Shalker. 1 year old. Brain fever. Lek Kendall 2 years old , of the bowels. Nathaniel Chapman 07 years old Heair failure. Tion. Hub but Nickerson. Is years old Verna l. Wyatt 3 Mont Lipold Bowel trouble. Matia Wadke. S5 years old old age. Constant Peridot 7i years old afternoon F. Gel Ltd. Of Brov Way and Una Hougton Street with an by which the Bones of lib left leg were badly crushed below the Knea. To had gone Iowa into the basement of Hia place of business for the purpose of recharging Hia soda water Fountain tank. While a was egg aged in this work the Fountain of the heavy pieces struck him on Tho leg and broke it in the two places. He Story by George clone Sallie. The clerk Schroeder Bros drug store and another Man and dra. Bud one Biogen and Porter called who attended to Hia injuries. The doctors to formed a sus Tinkl reporter who called shortly alter of the leg would not be necessary. Or. Geller has Large number of friends a the City and Many of them called during the afternoon and evening to learn Bis condition. He is resting Auch that he will to con lined to his a vicious Doy chewed a Piteo out of Tho Arm of Frank Arnold s child. On East Wayne Street saturday. The animal was a strange one in Tho neighbourhood and immediately Niter attacking the child. Samuel Trautman. A twelve year old Bey from the country fell from Bia father s Wagon on Clinton Street saturday and rolled beneath the wheels. Luckily the horns did not take right but stopped before the boy Lead sustained any injury. Charles Jacobs of West Crew Filton Avenue Lell out of a Cherry tree sunday and broke Hia left Arm. I Kosih a. A Standard Oil delivery Wagon team ran away on Fairfield Avenue last Mon a Day and upset the on the or Bash tracks the Driver had a Finger firecrackers which Boya were firing off on the Avenue. A frightful runway occurred at the North end of Street last sunday. 4 team beaded at a bicycle and started to run. The Wagon was upset and Tea four occupants spilled out upon the ground. Mrs. Soresi. Who lives Fise Miles North of the City on the cold water Road was the Only one injured. Her left area was broken and dislocated. Or. C. E. Stull was Calk a and attended her injuries. Lira. Fred Petera who lives about four Milea North of Tho City. Waa thrown out of her buggy by the sudden Tumins attended her was compelled to take tour stitches to clone the wound. Fairbanks temporary his speech. Accepting the Honor. Great crowds ill convention of Tho National he was received with applause Aud spoke As follows Lemli jul i of tin i am proudly grateful for this of the o uits Hinatea. This the moment for it u written in the Book of Fate that the Choice of this convention will be the next president and vice president of Tho great Republic. Three years of democratic and loss to the american people without a per Allyl in our history. Today the turn to the Republican party hopefully confidently Aud it a for us to give them those candidates upon whom hearts have entered Anil is Atli. The Republican party a u party of conviction and it has written Ita convictions in the history of Tho Republic with Tec pen and the 6word with it Tho supreme question always has been not what a merely politic but what a everlastingly the Tion and to emf a Trenth. If we Are for a third of a Century prior to the Advent of Tho present democratic administration we operated under Laws Tho currency originated with it. Which protected our labourers and pro Competition and upon Tho theory that the Best Market in the Ivond is the enjoyed by our own countrymen. Party was wiped out of exist each. In War Wera met by a paper currency which ultimately became As Good a Gold. Since the resumption of specie payments a every Dollar of our Money and Gold has been of equal purchasing Power the world Ovar. Our party policy Haa been to make and keep our currency equal to the Best in the world. Under operation of these publican Lam the country grew in wealth and Power beyond precedent. Tier Atli 1392, there was work for every had reached Tho High water Mark. Labor received higher wages than Erer and Capiti was profitably and securely sufficient to meet our obligations find and Domestic Trodo wore Graur involved and valued than they have Ever been. Balances were floating toward us. But Alloi this i changed. The Caso u not hard to seek. Reaction began when it was Knorn had Chicago condemned the Titu tonal solemnly itself to free Trade a the policy of Tho United states. Thu bold. Biggs Sisfa at tank upon the Long settled policy of the Republican bore Ila natural fruit in shaken Confidence unsettled business and we were soon Drifting Tigs inst Tho Rock of destruction. Before Tho work of demolishing had begun s a which the republics party had wisely greenbacks and Treasury notes greatly discredit into which the utter want of Confidence in the a-1-ministration a possessed by the . Tho democratic party was harmonious Tion of Law. Hut of u a i Fly my i Wedekin. 19 years old con Joseph Clark. 13 years old lockjaw. Elizabeth pressing. 43 years old Edward Labbe. 14 years old. Obstruction of bowels. David b. Lipes. G9 Yeara old Bright a Dias is. Nor Towsley 10 years old. Heart child of James Lamey. 3 weeks old. Spasms. Jesse Thompson 2 months old e Pas me. Henry Schotemeyer so years old kidney trouble. Karl Froehlich is years old. Old see. Floreus Boerger 40 years old St. June the Day for the formal opening of the con Tec Tion began As beautifully As could be desired. A Good Breeze from the ing and although Trio sub gave Promise of being too warm for Comfort before the Day was done the Cool winds made things bearable the Cyclone which demolished so Manv buildings in the City was eat an utterly unmixed evil Lor it loft behind a succession of col Days Euloh As St. Lucia has never known before at this time of the year. Even the Moat Abid rooter for the Good name of Tom Mound City admits that the Brand of Wreathw which has prevailed since the Cyclone swept through the place a far Superior to anything that Ever cime into this locality in the Bunny months of june the Republican convention is remarkable id one respect the delegates go to bed comparatively Early in the Day. There Are. Of course a number of leather lunged Fellows who howl like maniacs for the theater part of the night and when their Mouths Are ant open for the emission of Campaign yells they Tiro stretched wide for the insertion of aundry drinks. These chaps never go to bed Early and they never Rise Early hut no thin convention the working politicians who saw the Wood and do their drinking with solicitude As Atra Getie Valuo. Turn in earlier at night and Are of their feet tight there was not a Headquarters room that was not closed and deserted before 1 o clock and the majority of them were shut up a portly after Midnight. Early this morning the. Delegates at Ino Southern Plaa tors and Lindell hotels were up at their business. Several Small meetings were held even before breakfast but they speedily adjourned in far or of the among Tho Pennsylvania or. Quay was the first one of stirring Ife at the Headquarters of the state but it a reminder of last night As he Lay on the table sleeping Sway the effects of Over excitement induced by Tationa in Honor Ai Lirt Nul image revealed Tho numb of Thomas b. Heed of Maine. Or. Quiz took a look at the disabled political Warrior and then retreated leaving him in Possession of the Pennsylvania Heair Quarter. He Daiil that he had nothing to Bay regarding the vote cast by Pennsylvania at her Jinan it night and which the Mckinley men claim As a Small Victory Tor the Canton candidate. He expressed Hin calf us entirely satisfied with the Titan civil Plank which waa agreed upon yesterday and sent out by the associated press last night Tufanua brisk Nigerl mid flier gaelic As wan up Early Ami brim mine Over with corf Idace in the ultimate Success of Mckinly the belief in Mckinl fit a nomination is Dot shared by the Massachusetts men. Wuo Are very in their support of heed. Such of them As were around their Tito Headquarters Early the a in orning were certain that there would de no nomination at All ibis week when it a Fili ally Nigado William . Will not to within shouting distance of Tho Coreed Honor. Matters at the i majority of tha delegations Wera very in to Early part of Tho morning. All of the Ca Cusing Over the committee ments and Ilia adoption of the financial Plank waa Over and the delegates nil waiting for the Active proceedings in the convention 8 St. Louis Warrior. and she Mao. Fac no each of to sew a Cross the Ball were Large port rails of the Gallant Gen. Phil Sheridan and Admiral Farragut the hero of motile. It was o Click when the band behind the began playing the March Black Africa soon alter Tho rect Flora Teg an to it Cam through thai entrances which opened into the loiter gallery. Hundred a of wern scattered Auauli he Hall and fell series. Juat before 11 o clock the Thunder of arriving Ciuba outside Tho Ball was heard and the Alabama delegation appeared at the main Entrance and marched to their Isali in the pit. A few of Tho Delegate Aad the alter nates struggled in. And soon Tho pit became animated but the clubs Aud were restrained on the outside to i wait Byrne s order to open the doors to the Public. The outside of Tho Hail its ambled a Belea gored fortress when the order won g ten about 11, A in of the mom favored of those holding tickets Man trance before that hour however. They made their Way to the Psi series quietly but beyond Tho cries of the sergeant at oration until after the Public doors were opened. The Waist within was in Market contrast with the cheering crowds and Diamine band without. At senator Carter chairman of the National committee who was to Call the convention to order arrived and gave his final instructions to the pc Delaries and Reading clerks. The filled with buy newspaper men and convention to Tho world at Largo. The chair in which the chairman sat wbb the one occupied by senator Quay when he called the Minneapolis convention to order four years ago. And the the original legislative Hall of the taste of m 330uci. When the Public doors were opened the galleries began to fill rapidly. Sit Ink one above the other in the Gillery seats. The people Labod As if they were pinned to the Walla. A Large they added both color and motion to mention Hall Wero loaded like Confy i a land trolleys on a summer sunday. Swarming Over the Mats but an Len whole a quiet lot having taxed their Powers on Tho night before. The police who were thief us Fiviea about 1 it building kept the men on the near those Nho seemed to be Mere on look Era. Were herded upon the opposite s a Chwalka where fire lines were estab-1 sied along Tho curbs to keep the streets and blocking the Way of Cara and can pages. The crowds were the poorer people of the City Vith a thick sprinkling of Trio Black and Many Ivelio the Hall wore filled with the laces of their h s lir window silk of the unfinished City Hall building Adjo Mug Pii it a Titi Learned tint or. Hanna and the Mckinley managers had pm. It was said this morning or. Platt will name a new York been mentioned in lha Public Rumor wag Busy this morning with the names of Leoinal e j Jig and j. Sloat Fassett. The latter Baa become very close to us. Platt within the past ago seems to Hava been entirely healed. Indeed to anxious is or. Frissell to to known no s general organisation Man that last night a complained to alarm Hanna because his name had been mentioned on dodgers a a probable speaker at a lick Ialey mass meet of Chauncey Al. Depew upon the convention and it a possible that in the lips of a he impede for that popular mus they May me a Tion his name but it a that him Iii Piatt and this morning in favor of Henry Cabot Lodge and the argument is used that Ladin a Reilly the father of the Gold move and Hus forced the lenders to accept his Plank he would be a Goud Tail to the ticket. At 11 o clock a majority of Tho delegates id favor of nominating Morton for vice president whether his suddj5n death. Jose Ili i. Expired Sun Duy Ilcyn Click s. My its Joseph b. Davis died suddenly Sun Day at his Home no. 44 Scott Avenue. Or. Davis has been ailing for about a week but there was no thought n the family that his death would result from to slight an indisposition. About 11 o clock sunday morning he started from one room where he had been lying on Abed to another room. His family noticed him Movit hut Atter he had entered the other room a Short time mrs. Davis entered the room to inquire about his condition and was horrified at finding or. Daris Yin Conte floor at the Side of the bed. Fie it us expired before reaching the bed upon which he intended to lie Down. Life was i lint when he was found. This City. Of late years he waa the manager of the Lincoln Tea company and had charge of a Large business. When Tho fort Wayne press was in Oai Stence some years ago or. Davis he leaves a wife and several children. Or. Davis was a member of the order of foresters in this City. In which he carried a policy of life insurance. Thin is the first death that Lias occurred in the ranks of Tho for Esters in this City since Tho local Lodge the funeral of ill. Davis was held at the residence at 2 o clock tuesday afternoon. Or. Herache s. Myers died at Richmond sunday evening at g o clock. He was the oldest son of or. William i. Myers and studied and practice Medicine in connection with he father in this City up to a Little Over five ago when his health both physically and mentally which had been Grandu silly failing gave Way entirely and he was taken to the East Haven Hospital at Richmond. Or. Iler Schel Myers was a of the Jelf Drcha medical College of Philadelphia and had but fairly begun his life work when to was attached by the fatal from which there was no escape. His immediate the funeral of or. Myers took place of Tho residence of his father. Or. Of. 11. Elyera. 011 Wayne Street it 230 o clock tues Day a urn Oon. Friends of Tho family Aro invited to at end Tho but the burial was p Laff Cleveland Secretary Cor Halo mid speaker Youk june Cleveland Reed and Carlisle. That la believed to be the name of ibo firm to be established in Iliia City soon after the Ith of Nett March. At least such a the from the offices of n Well known firm with Thyl Bend of which president compose Thia remarkable firm Are Grover Cio Molaud. Thomas i. Hoed and John 0. Carlisle Tho announcement of to formation will if it True be pregnant of political import in the first place it will effectually answer the regarding president Cleveland s intentions As to the fourth nomination it May to that this is to be the president s method of answering those who Haveko anxiously demanded the course he intends to pursue. The Secretary Carlisle s intentions for the future. Those who have so vigorously denounced Joseph Tonley for forsaking the Steed Boom in St. Louis will be compelled to admit that the speaker of the a curb of has Long seen the inevitable As he would hardly sort while to believed he had Foraker will practically have Tho details of the Itin of the Resolution committee perfected when the committee meets after its appointments. To has been giving the matter careful attention especially with a Yiew to secure the beat representation financial Plank. No us accordingly aligned the service of the preparation of this Plank to or. Patt Raou. Of Illinois or. Lauterbach of new York and senator Teller of Colorado. It is also decided that senator Lodge of Maas Achu setts milled a hic will be appointed to Deal with foreign a Faira and charged especially with the preparation of Tho con the Massachusetts senator Haa Given Especial attention to this subject As a foreign relations. He a been a con belligerent rights to the struggling Island mid will doubtless week to commit the party to that course. The selection of senator Teller to a place the purpose of giving those Lucr free to in the minority and does not Hope Derby on saturday. In Leuin Alrh Eventt lie stun ii Tai St. Louis Juno the Only stake event on the card Lor this week at the fair grounds is the famous National Derby with a guaranteed value of j20 -000. Of which f 15.000 goes to the Winner. To the second Horae. to the third and Al 000 to the fourth. Unlit be run next saturday. The route a the regulation Derby distance and it costs to go to the Post the greatest Field of seen in the Western circuit this season will Start and the race will notional Derby was to have been run at in Chicago last season caused it to be transferred to St. Louis. All Tho great of lost season with the exception of Requital Are named for this Eveni among them Are Ben a nigh Winner of the Kentucky Derby Prince Lief Winner of the Oakley Derby Loki the Tenc Ersee Darby Winner Crescendo tie California Colt Ben Eder Lia Aijiro. Utopia Selle Don Carillo Barbarossa and a spite. Advantage to Farmers. Surv cd. June Tho Secretary of agriculture will establish a department on july i to he called the Survey. The result a expected to be h tremendous economic advantage horticulturists and Stock Tho exact position of each state and Teni tory Nheru certain animals and raised. Those will to supplemented land aug Mil nid vegetable of the world and indicating Tho areas rated by americans. Millions of dollars and other producers who Plant seed in de take to Breed animals where the congenial an efficient corps of Icil Survey will make a detailed aur classifying the living species found in each county of each state and territory. They will also note the conditions of climate Altitude und Oil will note How fur each condition influences the distribution of the species. Tho chief of the new Survey will be or. C. Hart merrier a. A Surrey of the entire then to published showing the exact Oiler country in the world Haa Ever instituted a Hurvey o this her husband dead. Tenn., june in. Slat tie Albina waa saturday granted a Dimoree by the circuit court which is in session at Covington. Immediately after the trial she was norried to William Travis by judge t. J. Flippin who had but a few minutes Buforo granted the divorce. The circumstances were Peculiar inasmuch As this lathe second time Ahe has married Travis Tho first time being about eight years about nine years ago. While she was Tho wife of and King. She. Was informed by letter that to Hail been killed in a i Ell Road Accident end As Adkins never re muted the testimony Travis. Very recently however. Adkins appeared and she instituted Mil for divorce Wilh the above of Milt. It was reported yesterday evening of the City bad to commit suicide Lut proves that it was untrue. Hands of the clock were at bosom Steppe 1 Forward and with i rec fierce cracks of his Gavel by Way of operation sought to make his voice Pierco Tho general Rustle. The attempt was it futile one however. He was exhorting Tho supernumerary is who crowded the aides botwen delegates seats to please there gentlemen failed to Hrar him. But his Linn was rapidly in tried into effect by bus Ilins a singed who swept Down the aisles with More vigor than ceremony. Fool of the plat orm swept across to e Moor and flowed on and up to the ends of the highest Cill eries like a Ripple serval of com i ire Tjui Etnes while Tho Seal and t Ion announced in a of roadhouse Row. East til Juno 15 Dooling. A Aimer nun Ikle Oft. Became in a Row at a Miles from Here last night. Lie Siviia Buruck on Iho head with h by or Mallet by Timothy . Twp. Dugan is Nui in custody but remains at Home alleging eel Tlok use. The spot where the tragedy a on the elite line Nail a

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