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

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Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - June 24, 1896, Fort Wayne, IndianaEstablished 1833. Past wednesday. Is9k.-Kight pages. Part f1ijst.1 volume lx111.-Numbek silk i Imp demanded Lam 0 both Gold tn-1 Sili m to the Standard Money. This accepted by a Deria Wtson in half of the principle upon which rests interest of every Situ hand Iho finely of tit it . A the Cleele Fum of i.w2 has be i majority of the parly construed to justify a Siu Glogola Standard or our been in that direction. Can but assume that Tia Money plunk of the new Pau Tautiu of aug much More favor Able to perpetuate Gold will be determinedly used in behalf o that idea. The Republican party Baa j won its Power and renown by pursuing its purposes courageously aim relent Esaly. It a therefore Only in Accord Ance with the parly s history to assume Ity in the United states. It will Crystal i Daiuto the Law and administration under Thia tempting platform tha finances. This if Long continued will due Era of the country and finally of the nation itself. The american people not Only bimetal ism from tradition and interest but from that instinct which has always been Manifest in the a Mim of the people destined for the world s leadership. Under the of elation of our great tie mind for advancement we greatest debtor nation of the world. A pay the vast charges which every year accumulates against us Iii the Clearing Houyao of to world with the Money of the would produced by the disposal of our commodities in the markets of Tho world. We Are a nation of producers. Our creditors Are nations Vales Tho Prich of human products makes our Burden lighter act gives Promise of that Day when it shall entirely lifted and our country freed financially As it is politically irom Tho autocracy. Any system of finance which tends to depreciate the Price of human pro duo lion 3, which we must sell abroad bit 30 far adds to Tho Burden of our debt find conveys a threat of the per steal servitude of producers of n by in thou n parallel that Thia country or Fly political party therein should history philosophy m oin United states shall have a Jostand substantially unvarying Standard composed of All available Gold and diver our country will Progress to financial enfranchisement. But with a single Gold Standard the to continued tailing prices until Wood Aud the drawers of water for tha Earth. To such an unholy end we will not lend cure elves. Dear As has been the Republican name to us adherents that name is not to dear As the Faith itself. And we do not sacrifice one Jot or title of the mighty principles by which republicanism has uplifted the world when to say that at the parting of the ways Littleton Piso i. Jacob j. Elliott 0. Ski Alary. J. B. Luvertoa. Frank c Froudy. John i1. Liobe Felli a. To Lichtl w. Baj novies. John r if Williams. L m. Earl. Junr i j Tua c Colorado Idaho Lel editions i Wichi drawing from the sit Roaal if Job can you Lealiou has Lesa receive throughout the stale Wilh great in in Denver there will returns which will baby thursday j Aud senator a it Oliou. Of Utah will b when he through. The Minin Papen last night the Hills were Olbrat and at cripple creak the streets Wera thronged by Enthis Siapati crowds All at Pueblo the company of the National guard fired Salute of forty fire guns when the new of the Bolt was received at Northern and Southern Colorado towns fiends alar do an Tea Bolt Glei iric now Bias built. The end Nili Scapoli lines As projected for Indiana inc the roads projected Organ if in tee pan o Tho site. Is Nie Rizig at and cities with a re a Taiwei of Indian aporia and Erskil. Which will be in full operation. 5w Miles o electric girl death of the unit Lunate Man had Hoppa for his recovery. But a his Lif was fast soaring be end. Tho faithful wife was Quick to see the change and Auradou Iii Iii children mined at the Beau Kate until death Derly watched and prayed during the Long weary hours oath Emihl the remains were taken to the family Resi Dence. To. 17 Loone Street yesterday of friends. Or. Vesseriat was born in Ohio forty nine years ago. When a reached manhood he travelled around awhile in search of a location and finally settled in Missouri where he lived until is51. Then to moved with Hia family to new Haven where he took a position As car inspector for Tho Nickel plate. In july. He waa transferred to Belic vue Ohio and about one year later he came to this City Ami up to the time of Hia fatal Acci Deni waa employed a car inspector Al the company s Yards. He its to honest Good allured and accommodating Man and wherever he went he made and retained friends. The surviving members q the bereaved family arc a wife one son and three daughters. John ves serial or the electric works mrs. Wll Lura Bracht. Misa Emma and miss Vesseriat there were also at the deathbed three Brothers of tue deceased who reside at the old Home. Kern Mehurg. Ohio and one sister. Mrs. Elizabeth Sheron of Chicago Junction Ohio. The following u the list of deaths As reported by the City undertakers for he week ending june 20 George a. Ohneck 1 Day old exhaustion. Samuel Cartwright. Is years old pleurisy. Child of John Schneider stillborn. Dorothea do bring. M years old. Dropsy. To i Chelmins Ronau 32 years and g months old cancer of the stomach. Ella , 24 years old consumption. Mary Liten. 59 years old consume child of Martin Hoelle stillborn. Joseph b. Divis 15 years old heart Herschel Meyer years old senile dementia. Hannah Fowles 71 years 11 months and 2.i Days old cancer. Martha Reaser 2u Yeara old con sumption and complications. Angeline berber 1 month old Bron hits. Child of p. J. Gallon cripple for life. Celest Hift v. Badly injured thursday was struck by a a Obasi Cartin Rigler u 1 to nicer 1 Jacs will support Teller Foi East bound train on the eel rive Branch of the Wabash system Ettac and killed a four year old girl Namei 1 Long about two Miles if Collin wed Leaday. Tho Little one Ted he ran ahead just n wee h pro Chick. She was outside the auction of Tho train Drew the frail body in that Otie of taif coach Steps struck in. The Only Mark rom the blow was which the brains Cozad until stopped by a physician who was on the train other physicians were sent out from Viiu Rubusch. But Tho Little one was of tha child live or a farm Between Collins and , heat and torture Cartwright. One of the to necks of thie county passed away s Day h. 2 o clock. Or. Cartwright we taken Wilh plier May several Days ago which ended in his death after Sulf Irimie the Decea de was born in Kocksr Wijga county va., and was two sons. The funeral was held h the interment Wai made at Linden Wood. At the family residency so. 04 bar Street thursday at 2 o clock occurred the death of mrs. John w ponies an old and highly esteemed resident of this us. Fowles was Horn in Longford. Derbyshire. England Juno 2-1, 1824. And was therefore nearly seventy two years old. Her Maiden name was Hannah Wheeldon. By a daughter. Mrs. B. A. Lewis cow res id ing in Iii City. A at the place of her birth she Ivas United in second marriage with or. John w. Fowler who survives her. A year later they came to Thia country and for Many Yean have made this City Home. Two children wira born to them . A reps h. Ogden. Now living and mrs. Mary e. Brae Ken Ridge deceased. Mrs. Fowles ins Well known As a impulse and pc seemed of a Bright Gec Ifil and Loving nature. She very naturally Drew around her b Large Cir consistent member of the Berry Street met dist Church. Mary Milen aged fifty Nino years died at the county infirmary thursday after a lingering illness with con thursday at the county infirmary of Ella Earl aged Twenty four Jeara and five months. Tha Mother resides n this City. Mrs. Martha Hesse r died from con to. 275 West Washington Street. She Twenty six Yeara old and leaves to children. Lira. Dorothea Doehring. Yeaw died of dropsy last Creek at or Home. 105 Force Street. Sho was Orn in Germany but had lived in this of nary since girlhood. Tho funeral Edward Kies died last Friday lit t is supposed that his death resulted Rought to this City for burial. Ingram Fumo died at o clock Aboite township of cancer of the atom cd. He was one of the old settlers condition at St. Joseph Hospital. At thursday at o clock just five Wenio duty. Or. Vesseriat started across the railway Yurada and to save a walk of a Wilf Luoien car length Lis a stepped belief Ion h siring of curs which stood on track to. 3 tha were rot coupled Aad the two Between about one and a halt feet apart. Just As vet Geriat was about Midway Between the rails he heard the Jar of colliding cars and Tho next instant he was knocked Down and the trucks of one of the cars passed Over his limbs. The Accident was witnessed by some of tha employees and the poor was picked up and tenderly cared for. He remained conscious a half hour after the Accident fainting As he waa being listed into the ambulance to be conveyed to Tho to Pital. Or. J. 11. Minneti met the wounded Man at the Hospital and after an examination declared that his left leg and his right Heel must be amputated. The wheels had passed Over the left limb Between the knee and hip and had crushed the right Besl into a pulp. Muted the limb and Heel and the patient passed through the severe ordeal much hotter than rape esd. He is a robust attending surgeon has some Hopes of his recovery. At lust reports or. Ves ser lat was resting easy. Tho unfortunate Man formerly resided in new Haven where to was employed As a car inspector by Tho w Bash company. Previous to removing to this City about Turco Yeara ago Bis Yogi neat daughter was run Down by a Wabash train and one of her Simba was Cut off below the Knea. Or. Vease Riet now resides at no. 17 Boone Street. Willing to unite with the democrats if tie platform la for free men on top Iii Tho Ohio democratic state Convent Ion. Hilf Clink no ind., june 22 Milton City saturday from lib Home. Milea North of Here and Drew from a Bank with which to pay the Balanca due on Hia Home about dusk Rolley started for Home. Soon after residence called the old Man out and requested Lim to go at once to the bedside of in daughter who they said had been taken suddenly sick and was dying. Kalley Turrif in to the barn for Hia Rig leaving his Zifa preparing to go with him. On opening Bis barn door be new knocked with clubs. Resist his assailant but was again St his Skull vrft3 crushed and four the ruffians went through his pockets without finding the Booty. Re turned to the House and demanded that mrs. Lolley inform them As to where hey Rouey was. She roused to do to and alter Beuting her in vain they held could not endure the Torturo longer. Blackened and list died and covered veal ten hiding place of the Money. The j57fi remaining was found under he parlor carpet. Rolley will die and fat re a Little Chance of Hia wife s re every. Tho robbers drove rapidly rom Lilley s Homo toward this City hero talk bringing bloodhounds 0. June the demo cratic consent Ian does not Convene until tomorrow but the delegates Are All Here today for the District meeting at 4 p. M., when tha delegates to Chica go from some districts a As Mem Bera of the usual committees will be chosen. The Silver men Havo Over goo of the the Gold Antn error Campbell who arrived yesterday announced today that he would no stand for Delegate it Large or for his Bell has been the standart Timea against i Oraker Mckinley Aad and tie conservative thought the convention would concede to him anything he wanted Hia friends have been Prefi Siar Hia Fiven notice that they want none bul pronounced free carnage men on Tho delegation to Chicago and even Wilh Ensor satires they will exercise their that is from Staik county. There will be to protracted fight on the resold free Silvor. While John r. Mclean and John w. Bookwalter no both slated for delegates at Large their friends Ara contend song for instructions for president. Both of these men Ere being pressed Lor places on the National ticket and this contest is sex being Given except that the Ohio delegation tote As a unit. The Gold delegates from Cleveland Are preparing to ight the instructions for the unit Rule. The currency Issue has brought to the City Many old line demo Rala who have not attended their party conventions democrats whose faces Aro familiar Are not Here. Tki1s i1kmccrats. Austi Texas june both wings of the Texas democrats met in Nep Erate session Here today at noon but outside of perfecting temporary organization ind the appointment o Uio various committees nothing was done. Adjournment was had until this afternoon. Last night both factions held caucuses who Silver men agreed to Send eight delegates to Chicago and As Therese emn caucus action it will probably hold pod. A draft of the platform was seen this morning by an associated press representative and it declares unequivocally for 10 to 1 against Taitl and is at Cross purposes with the St. Louis platform at almost every turn. Tho old men in caucus last night agreed that it would be Best to Send a St. Locia june the Silver men reported that they have the signatures of Twenty six delegates to their Declara lion of Independence which Seta Forth their principles and recommends thai nil parties and organizations opposed to the Gold Standard unite in supporting senator Teller for president. There is a Strong Effort being made to get the delegates who did not withdraw from the con tent Ion to sign this Appeal to the people. There inv been conferences with representatives of the and with the bimetallic league Lor them to endorse Toller and organize such a Strong fusion a Abst the Gold stand tonal convention Ako to endorse Teller As the Leaion candidate for president. Tea Silver boaters hate been conferring during the night and Day with i governor Francia and members of relative to their action. They have no agora but have been invited to Send tonal convention no Chicago next month to Confer with Tho party. The Silver men nay that senator Teller a the anti Gold men could unite hut that they Are willing to co operate when the Gold Standard and they Are not necking to press senator Teller to much they Are to secure Relief from the Power of the Gold men. The Silver men will continue their will keep up their work till All the National conventions Hare been held with a to perfecting a general to give out their address today because they have not had an Opportunity to get the signatures of All wanting to the delegates hate and As there still a further conferences it was finally Given out wit i the signatures of Twenty six delegates. There were Only Twenty three who walked out of the the Silver conferees claim that they have not More than half he fila Tures that serb promised. It b known that there is n difference of opinion among the Silver delegates and some who the Gold Standard Are not in favor of a Independent movement the address bailed is As follows in announcing the purpose asserted ends and to ours Lrea that Thore Phall be a Public showing of vindicating facts. Tho Solo authorized expression 9. 1832 until the data los Itma the plat orm adopted in National Tkv tramps two Moil shot in cold Bronil his. I , Pacl. Minn. June of Wyoming Minn were murdered by unknown tramps who aug seriously injured or. Foster of St. Paul. Or pester wanted to be driven across the Wyoming Mills and Paul and Lla Jea dered Shemto hold up their bands of. Foster showed a fit and Paul and Ila Yea promptly Camo to Lia Relief. Tint tramps 0 red one Volley. Hayes and Paul both Fallico dead. Alter wound no or. Foater about the Bead the Hunting for them. Or. Foster has been to the City Ami will probably recover. St. Paul minn., Juno Schoffner aged forty four Thia Nikorn no after Snall nigh a quarrel As the Cuimei Ilion of Long con linked family quarels shot at but missed Bis Nife and put n Bullet through his son who had tried to Aavo his Mother s life the Eon Paul bib Ofier. Aged Twentymon. Is not expected to it Star. Tho other Ihsen locked himself in his room and fired a Bullet through his tie scene of a by Olone 3 fury. Grand Sapida trainmen bring the new of a Terrib storm which visited bidge Vilio at o clock sunday afternoon and raged for Twenty five of All within the Bounds of its fury. A Large tree which for years stood just North of the grand i rapids depot was uprooted and Laid Aurora the tracks. Two Largo chimneys of kits Alluan in their descent they crashed through the roof and broke some valuable machinery. A barn owned j. Ward struck by us bling and a valuable Lorse was Lii led. Sis boys who were n the barn Ware severely shocked but All speedily revived. Ales. Wood s barn was demolished by the wind. Or. Wood was in Tho building when he storm struck it and was painfully bruised by the falling Umbers. Ufa to Hora a which were tabled there vere also slightly injured. Tho Large Ivory stable of Henry Lupe was in roofed and the born o l Samuel Liy was truck by lightning and set on lire but he Ramea were extinguished before much Daliege resulted. All Over the Pood and the Boyi tinned were in he least excursion. Atrocities. Llan woman mid five Cli Ildren brutally City crowded As 91ie never wag before. Hun Home to and Cailil run pm ind., june Melaad and affection Cui Tor i ukr it Lorca 1 Ron Sak Nisi ii a Aee nation was caused today when a Friend of mrs. Craven filed for record a deed o her two very valuable properties in an Frona eco. The deed is dated is i. And was a knowl aged before notary Public Cooney september 22 of that year. The entire document which purports to be in the indenting of senator fair is in Load no. Far love and affection the Sena or deeded a Large lot on the Corner of Pine and san Home b treats and half a lock of land on Mission Street to mrs. In acc. The property a Worth f 1.000.-00. Some time ago it was rumoured hat my. Craven had bad in her pos eed to valuable property. The filing f the deed is the first confirmation yobs june the american hero Cia sied Schooner. Mabel Hooper Flo Claud me which has just a tved in this Harbor brings news of Reab atrocities by the Spanish troops n Cufar. The Hooper sailed ten Daya Uba and in Santa Clara province us told the Captain of the Hooper in Tho Spanish commander of Tho port Here had orders from Havana to see to that Ali tobacco planted near Eraima hould to taken to that City. A Large tobacco Plantation about Oree Miles of Saga a owned and the adjacent grounds and Waters Aro veritable Bee hives today Manity fairly swarming there. Every boat a in use gliding hither and thither Over the Placid Busom of Sylvan pot As the Amateur boats my takes a breathing spell every seat Nook and occupant and Happy merry Shouta and laughter abound on every hand. It is Tho largest and Best natured crowd Ever assembled Here being variously estimated at from 4.000 to people. They Are the Pennsylvania showmen. Their families and friends out on their party came Here in three sections each train having Twenty coaches and each coach having ail the occupants it could seat. The engines Are decorated in the Moat artistic and Beautiful manner. Of either Side a Tow of Small flags extends from the cab to the front of the Smoko Faoiz and along the Side of the cab and Tho tank Are festoons of pleasing manner. Resting upon the Pilot and nearly covering the boiler head is a Large built of the same patriotic material and framed by a rope of Evergreen branches. Across its face Are printed using the time when she was enjoy pm to Nap somebody stripped the Lothes line of every article that or. Goc sales to his quarters and asked Why to had ailed to Corn nation. Or. Go Niiles explained that is Spanish troops had taken All his Lorsena and cattle and to could not cart i am satisfied with your exp team the spaniard then sent for a craves of the pythian knights decorated with Lowera sunday morn no by their living comrades and in Tho afternoon at Tho Berry Street m. Irian to the occasion were held and u cry interesting Profira of exercise a married out. Snight t. In. Elair presided and. After Brief introductory re Rastko culled Pon Rev. C. C. Frissell who reason for marriage irk Iii is to Nilima protests of individuals could change the Tenor of that platform or Abate the Delegate to this convention was elected is its adherent and Ita advocate. True has been subjected to such a divergence unsatisfactory during tha intervening time and dangerous if continued in the future but of the intent contained within that language there Lias never been r doubt it in the rightful Prev part purpose. The majority of this authority has this Day Maio of tibial gospel. With much of the p a form Leegree believing that in Many is aeneid Par Lic ulms it composes the needs or right and proposes Tho just remedy Lor wrong. It declares one element any principle not Only in direct contrast to the Eipur Cebido of party Faith in is j 2. Hut in Radical opposition to our no Leann conviction. The recognize that in All matters of Mere method Ilia proper and that the minority shall yield to Tho will of Tho majority lest we have chaos in parties sincerely entertained so it cannot avow their principles assuredly m in is requisite for Pence and Progress that minorities shall yield in majorities in matters of Mere method just in surely Progress that minorities shall not yield the Republican platform of 1b92 affirmed that the american people irom tradition and Cattrett has seceded from the truth that the Triumph of such secession would be the eventful destruction of our Freedom and our civilization. To that end the people Bill cot knowingly follow any political party and we chose to take our place in the ranks of the great mass of citizens when realize that the hour has Como for Justice. D d we deem this less important to humanity we would yield since the associations of All our political lives have been intertwined with the men mighty achievements. But the people cry aloud for Relief they Are bending the passing hours Endeavor no longer brings its us Haivard fearfulness takes the place of courage and despair usurps the throne of Hope and unless the Lawe of the country and the policies of the political parties shall be converted into mediums of redress Tho effect of human desperation May Newrn to be witnessed Here As in other lands and in other Ages. Accepting the fint of Thia convention As the present purpose of the party we withdraw from this convention to return our constituents the authority w the which they invested us believing that we have better discharged their ice cowardly and Infin care endorsement to theg Reatea wrong Ever wilfully us tempted within the Republican party providentially restrained by Tho votes of free men. This signed by Fred t. Dubois h f. Pet grow Krank j. Duncon Charles h. Hurt loan Ben e. Liick Richard Allen. A. H. Koberzon a Cleveland Willis Sweet a runs a b. Campbell Archie m. Stevenson Enoch Strother James m. Downing Charles ii. Brie Genslein Thomas Kerens c. Detroit says that it ifs cd Mac of led tomorrow in St. Louis. The marriage of Tho couple furnishes Tho equal of an unique proposal. Apple Ato been devoted to miss Beeman Iago was stipulated As conditional on he nomination of major Vicki ploy for by the St. Louis convention. Or. A Plagata Lait for St. Louis last week and followed by Mie Beeman Oday. They will return to the Home f the Bride and and escort or. Goc Zules to his Plantation. Upon arrival at the plan action. Or. Goni Les was met by his the and their five Small children. He lieutenant and you will remain Here until i Send for shortly afterwards the soldiers piled he House and set fire to it. Tho eave and is they wiil ked out of Tho ear door the front of the building eing in Lamea. All were shot Down. The lieutenant reported to his com made Rihou Gables Aud his family and tried to escape and were shot they disobeyed orders by leaving be House. General Romei arrived Sigua ome Days later it can army. Aid to number men. When a earned How Tho spaniards had killed or. Goez Dos and his family he became Havana. Judo 22 cubans at Anneta Bay on saturday last n an open boat. Three of them landed and the remainder 01 the party started o return but the boat Mas will probably do that. Though Bland the great Silver advocate Mas expected Here Thia morning he did not arrive but his Frenda think that he will be Here on this afternoon s train. Milwaukee. Wis june 2i by District delegates delayed the opening of the democratic state con a governor g. Peoff chairman of Tho Central commit Lee sounded the Eft Al and called the Usam Tiliga to order. Louis a. Large of Fondu Lac and j. Claney of Madison were Mado secretaries. Thou. R Frawley of Claire was selected As temporary chairman. After a Brief burst of Mph Audi had subsided or. Frawley proceeded to deliver a speech on the Masuca of the in order to a Sertain whether r not any of e had been seen in the Ard. She was told thai two pick Rove a while horse to a Wapon. This fitted by the rag pickers. Great fishing a. One of like proprietors of he people s store in this City u a rest Moherman. Or. Mitchell resides n Norwich. C.inn., but is Well known f or. Mitchell Tho Norwich evening Ninn hns the following to say a. Mitchell of Tho firm of Porteous Mitchell is a quorum a of whom All ocal fishermen Are particularly proud be is at present fishing for Salmon on i Religo Ucli River province of a pfc Canada and Hia has been . Up to this time he ins killed thirty five Salmon Tho with those of his old neigh or who died Friday. Or. Frame was Orn in Chester county. A february a. Is19, and to moved with his parents Lomus Vingum county Ohio in 1821. O this county and purchased a farm in Boita township where he had resided Hurch a Lairn. Besides his beloved daughters to mourn Bis loss. Tha funeral was held morning t o clock at residence near Aboite Center and at i o clock at the Tosk drove cemetery on the Hunt Nylon Road. Kapelis Toni hush. Iho five weeks id son of Meredith Tombaugh Clit d n sunday from convulsions. The funeral was held at Tho residence. No. J7 Lassalle Street at 0 o clock Ebl erday. Tho funeral of tin. Lute mrs. A. J. Obis City sunday from Bilalo. At uie first or Iby by the bereaved husband. A j. Enier cd and Hubon. S c. Pm Crick. Constantino i. The car in a in Tutor. It St. Jos Hospital at o clock on sunday morning from Ira Tim Days ago Nickel 1 Hafl Yards the will recall Uin furl that or. Was knocked Down run Sivc by car in to West Sarcu his leg was crushed so that amputation a the thigh was necessary Aad his right was a sutlej in badly thai fears of and then Rev. C Iasell Deli red an address. The speaker paid a Cauti Lul tribute to the pythian order and the grand work it was doing for he betterment of humanity. Miss Anna Philly then gave a recitation the whistling which was finely rendered and Well received by he audience. Misa Philley has few quals As an elocution St. The next he misses Pearl and Deane Curry. The daughters of a dead put Lisin Knight. The title of their selection Wes when the Skwers fade and it we i girls. Sir Knight James m. Kobin Sau was thin introduced by the pre Aifong sir. Kob Eiloo is Nln Ava an inter eating speaker and Hia address Vester Day nos an eloquent Effort. After to had spoken. Miss Laura Reno recited. You put no Flowers on my papa s to last Addre a of the note noon was delivered by Rcv. J. Paschall. To Toui singly of the Meni oriere of Leonle Roythe a eighth of pythias. 1 to exercises were Clofed Wilh Lilun is Tio services conducted by Bro. Kemp and Tho Benediction by Rev. A Lliran. A. Mir. In. Bivi ii june the supremo Odge a. 0. U. W., has elected the Fol supreme Ileater g. Ate. Of Nebraska. Supreme Foreman w. S. Robson of exam. Supremo overseer ii. C. Sessions of Outh Dakota. Supreme guide George m. , of supreme watchman Thomas speaking her piece a Lirl Struli in n i pm Roll. Ind. June during the heavy thunderstorm sunday even in p. About s o clock i phoning struck t 10 presbyterian a Hutch Here Juet As extinguishing All lights and Wilson and Benito. Named Ernandez Laim and Moraio. Tho Toat was chased by a Spanish gun beat Miguel Cabrea and Andress Ler Nanci afro shot today outside of us Banes Day was a Cine observed and Blanche i Jugh daughter of William 1 legs waa on the Plai form speaking floor. Her condition is still serious mined so done to the Church. A Stampede was prevented most Bucci a soul catch was for Tho x us beginning monday june and ending saturday june 13. During that time he killed Twenty eight Salmon ten total weight of which was Gylfi or in average weight of 22 a i the Banner Day of the Sii was Fri Lay. June on that Day be aggregate Imi pounds. Theae eight till enu Glit with a Jock Scott Fly 1 to by or Mitchill and Onn gut Leader twelve feet Long. This Ole Tay Al catch of eight fish Lias been to this City and will a placet Mitchell ii window i Saloon As they Are s. A. June at the a. 0. U. Convention saturday the supreme Lodge reduced the minimum present beneficiary amounts of Jiom h was also decided that none but purely while men should be Council Junior order United Lias shop taif n Resolution dec car no that we deprecate let tendency f out not ions political parties to Nak 7 Impi really. The shaping or to dining Iho Inu a Neil policy of this National legislation shall to withheld t the Behest of foreign cite. Lows atthe a stance of m. B. Wil iras. The n Truing to wipe out nil objection Ablo resorts in the place and enforce the s in. It is proposed to live Nii Chr thu in Opportunity to Cloae of their own volition Anil i t to a Mccecil legally Ngn inst them. The Aid of the american Voluz Trees act army has been in Lisull in looking up necessary lines will Combine. In ill Fiji. Asit Casos ind., Juno the promoters and builders of electric railway a . All lines being built will e extended and lines surveyed Ami Ierg projected will be changed so As Fullem that will not have to i his eager traffic but can h. Gocke went to Dayton 1 Bio Ubirt morning to be gone a net k. Is being held in that City this week nud of the trip. Simank who was formerly in this City and it Warsaw has accepted Obj in Liou works. Elmer e Morisu has taken office quarters in Tho Ile Ehling i

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