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puts Forth a Statement Saying That He is isNot isNot isNot
Not a Candidate and llndVould Would Not Accept Accepta
I t a Nomination if f Tendered Him
June llTha following followingbeen Collol1I1II
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ot IIS been given out at the theH therij thelIt
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rij t that the suggestion ugc tIon of a am nrd ard
been rtado I doubt doubtr doubtethir doubtettr
rd em m ° has
called upon to give vo It Hl Itt
ethir r 1 am
1 t there arc now questions qu tIorrn of oft Ofrt
t importance before tho ad adn It Iti adnt1
It n and nm nt1 tho country and thiilr thiilru IhtHrshould
i bo praju prajuf
r u ration at ion should not
jt f il f public mind by P even tho thoof thofl thoth
of the th thought at n third thlnlv
v 1 fl jnv In w therefore ot the reltera relterav roll rll rllI
r i v t uegestlori of It I will say sayj aY aYv
tor al < xl1relst1r a long longi
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j c i tl tln n that I not n t only onl am amjnJ 11mf am8fl
f jnJ 8fl wi Ii Iwt be a candidate for Cort Or n nI aI
I but would not accept a nom nomL nomCI nomn
t It I t mi
L n f CI i It if l It wore tendered me met
I t t l > ambition IB to serve through throughI tliIOU tliIOUnfl
I il ni n11 nn to the acceptance of my mynnm myf myUflrnr
f nnm Uflrnr whoseconerous wh081 gcnerou contldencc contldenccj
and then with withilo withI
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L pM Je s i tzrnshlp tzrnshlpWILLIAM tizlnshlpE
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EttUlIC uttO Mansion Washington D 1 C Cjun10 CJun CJun
jun10 Jun 10 1901 1001FH1KNDS 1901F1HlNDS 1901PR1NDS
FH1KNDS NOT 8URPIUSED 8URPIUSEDVuhlngton SUnlnISIm1lhnglon STJflPflTS1DVhlngton
Vuhlngton Juno 11 Itlreslilent President Mo MoXliff McKInfs c cofficial
this thisrtng thisr thisng
Xliff KInfs s official o fficl a announcement
rtng r UOg ng disposing of the third term termit
it ta i m irg gted ted by some of his admlr admlri adnIrtcd
m i dIed nO great surprise among amongH
H Ie erls r S who have hn e known of his hisvy hisi his11v1
the subject When Whenr
vy i nnvi > tlons on
r pr Vrpws ews suggestion ten days daysU da datg
U M the President Pr sldcnt should be re ref 10lit rotr
lit f ui n third term began to he beJH heI
I < JH 6 sussell s ussed and when several severali seleralPres
i i Prea uents friends felt called calledw
w ntitadrirs1 n tn t tn tadcrs ors the Idea the President PresidentV
dxd hlt V HII < public mind mlnclllhouldlHJ mlnclllhouldlHJlutrLV tdiould > e eci Ofrf1tiy
lutrLV ci rlled tied of even tho suspicion suspicionHit
Hit t4 h hp IWR Mfkmg kil1g to break down thu thuf IhepN thuprthn
f pN prthn Jtn s of t the past by becoming beoolJ1l Igo Igorao a awntldatc aan4idat
wntldatc rao > ildntc for another term Ho Hob Itok
b k it Vcd < the th subject to Secy See Long LongI Longysterdav
I Mr te ycstordav arternuon Ho lb told him himhr himI lilnihr
I at hr Leaved nn announcement at attf otIt att
tf t ry r f jrplon fptlon of the discussion discussionLjU
< LjU b Y I t and flhI last night olllclally olllclallylr olllclnl olllclnlIrrrmd olilclrihlyfrrcmi
lr Irrrmd ruK 1 Ci t members of tho cabinet cabinet6o
Iho 6o liT1 111 I l11I ni Informally called to
gether th r of hla decision It mot with withhearty wllhhenrt vlthihearty
hearty approval There was unanimous unanimousconcuuciKe unonlmousroneUlIellle unanhiflousconcuiromme
concuuciKe in tho belief that discus discusElon dlscURtlon discusElon
Elon of a 1 tnlta term for the President Presidenttalk
talk It allowed to go on would Otiid not notonly notonly notonly
only place the Preildent In a false falselight tntHolight falselight
light before tho country co ritr but would wouldarouse wouldnrOUBC wouldarouse
arouse nntaccnlsm l and an would badly badlyombnrnus bUllIYomhnrrnu badlyombnrras
ombnrnus the administration In tho thosolution thopolutlon thesolution
solution of the great rent questions before beforoIt
It Tho brief announcement which the tnoPresident thoPrcldl1ent thePresident
President had prepared was AS given out outby outby outby
by Secy StC Cortclyou at noon today todayIIANNA todayIINNA todayJIANNA
IIANNA EXPECTED IT ITCleveland ITCleveand ITCleveland
Cleveland 0 Juno 1 U 1111 Is II just Juitwhat jUltwhat justwhat
what I expected the President would wouldsay wouldsay vuIdsay
say If ho said anything nt all on th thsubject the theIuhjeet thsUbJet
subject was tIme comment of Senator SenatorHannn Sennlor1Inl1111 Senatorlianna
Hannn today when he road President PresidentMcKlnleys IrolldontlcmnleY11 PresidentMcllnieys
McKlnleys statement In reference to ton toa
n 1 third term termI
I have never exchanged one word wordwith won wonwllh wontwith
with the President concerning the mat matter 11101tr matter ¬
ter ho continued and have consider considered coni Idol Idoled ¬
ed nil the talk bearing on tho subject subjectas
as premature According ccolllln to ti my Judg Judgment ju judgmnent < lli llil11enl ¬
ment It Is too early ellll to dUcuis presi presidential hreslduntial 1losldentin ¬
dentin candidates cIIIH1I nto fur tho next term termAsked termAsltCl termAsketi
Asked If he wng iis In favor of main maintain mainlain mainlain ¬
lain tho precedent established etabllahec1ly by Presi President lrcsident ¬
dent Washington In Inr reference trenco to tho thonumber thonumher thenumber
number of yeirs EUtI the chlet executive executiveshould eecullvoIhouhl executiveshoUiI
should hold ofllce Mr M r Hnnna 1111 nno said snldI I
I dont think tho precedent pr dcnt set by byWashington hrWa8hlnjtton byWashington
Washington has a great deal to do with withthe withtho sItlithe
the matter But there Is undoubtedly undoubtedlya
a strong sentiment among the people peopleagainst 1 peopleagainst > coplongalnst
against such a proposition propositionSPEAKER I1ropoltlOnSIElmn propoMtlonSPI4IUfl
New York Juno 11 I1Hon Hon D U Hen Henderson Henderson liendorson ¬
derson speaker of tho House of o Repre Representatives fielresentntlves fleijresontatives ¬
sentatives Is quoted by b the Paris cor correspondent correspondent correspondent ¬
respondent of the Journal and Adver Advertiser AdvErtlser tdvertiser ¬
tiser on the third presidential term as asfollows nRrollows asfollows
follows followsRegarding rollowsfiogalilln followsItogarding
Regarding the third term I will say sayfirst sayflrst sayfIrst
first that I am opposed to It as a rule ruleSecondly ruleScconlll ruleScondiy
Secondly there may ma arise conditions conditionsdemanding conditionsdemondlnll conditionsdemanding
demanding It and theiofore the hands handsof
of the country should not be tied tiedThirdly tiedThirdly tiedThirdly
Thirdly as to President McKinley McKinleythe
the time has not arrived for discussing discussinga
a 1 third term Continuity ontlnu1t > In ofllcG ofllcGmight ofi chicomight e emight
might dull the minds of the people and andprevent onilprvent andprevent
prevent them from perceiving the dif difference dltCcrencQ litferenco ¬
ference between election and life te ten tenure tenure tenure ¬
After twelve years In office even evenpeople evcnIII evenieoide
people III oplo cursed with Bocrtlan dullness will willask willask willask
ask quo adls Time people Invariably Invariablyrectify InvnrlnblyrectlCy invariablyrectify
rectify our tendency to error
1PORT 1PORTAlother
Another Occurred Today TodayIt It is Believed That This Settles the theFate theFate flueFate
Fate of All the Entombed Miners
flit rc t N wtcn Pa June 11 ItAnothor ItAnothorIt Another AnotherI
I n n < curn currd d tit the Port Royal RoyalIt Honlt
It t > of Ih h Plttsburg Pltt lJlrg Coal and Coke CokeI
I I ipany P3 tartly lorU ni before noon and sev sevI se seltilt scai
I ff ltilt ai l f tli 1 r scuera rSlu rjJ were dangerously dangerouslyBttrtl ilongorousurtJ
Bttrtl ije urtJ 1 1 rjrl ro inspector Callughan and andFr andFire amidFe
Fr BSS I i M II < Ft were the most dan dana danf1riUllf danrr
f1riUllf rr a miy ly hun hr and may die This last lastJlili lasttIplI lasti
tIplI i Jlili E n In tnlOany many minds settles the fate fatej
j cf the eV e1Imhed t mbed bed men and all hope ot otI otI orSti
I I Wine Sti g thtm tl m out alive has been aban abana
4 Ded DedXIII e1
XIII a rcf mr a T r In thin district believes believesj
j tt tht t cm c i the seventeen men en enImbed entombed enittei
Imbed In th Port I rt Royal mine by b the thoI theuplWun thetxks
I uplWun txks pics in n U I t nlsht nl htls Is still alive There Theres Iherolu
lu Is F lire s f t > juJge Jgi from appearances at atuth nttb atUc
tb fit t ro r uth but the force of the ex exso exl011un CXiEn
l011un t1 so creat that none of the theI theInll
I sen cc so Hi fI unirs re Bay tould have sur surt surrll surai
rll ai d t tio k The complete list of offu ottt oft
tt t d Jf fu L1 J i us fy fyI tvllos tvlloslIn
v nn nnStwi Mune une superintendent superintendentliilarcn
I iu Iah I > liilarcn liilarcnuiine
John tn 1 lame IflC boss married three threen threeCLr
Wl CLr CLrv1 r rWIhi
WIhi v1 < n superintendent Wcst Westi WcstMltt
Stwi Mltt tt i i 1 four f mir children childrenmine
LIt 1 > M i iThn mine boss bosBm
Thn Thni Th m miner married marriedtire
I h I tire boss married marriedme
Thu Tt I me lire boss married marriedIs
i hrll j Is me fi boss married one oneWes onetbarl oneA
tli tbarl tbarlA I IT IJcjn
A h Wes mnrrled mnrrledn
i1l h1 n r rt r miner married marriedt
I t 1Ulup iulus Sr married marriedaulus marriedaulus marriedumius
T aulus Jr Jri
John 3 si siGt g I
< i miner minerjl
p r jl < married mnarrlcdc t tminer q
Jotn c
Gt GtJJw c I
JJw JJw6n lJ r miner minerune minerw
une In < > was superintendent superintendentt
I th t H 1 jal al comprising five 11etnnH fiver
6n 6na tnnH
r 18 8 a large stockholder tocllhol er In Inu Inth
a r rl h I u Coal oalcoltJ ral company my and his hisl
l m v vw vEar l 11 V We tst nt t Newton Newtonn Owtomm Owtommc Owtommwas
> n was a mm second l cond cousin cousinKlnley
Ofp c I
Klnley Klnleyrnlng ianle lmiieyir
Ear Earlirj ir t rnlng nhi Harry Devcrldge Devcrldgethree l3everldgethree
lirj 1 f fUrtv
three of a rescuing rescuingrt
Urtv Urtvtit
I rt into the mine to bring bringS brln brlnI
tit t i itt
I S vho ho wore entombed
I Fe 1 I hc I It
e McKeesport hospital horpltnll
I l Illth > ii hands broken and nndt
tt t
ttta r t 10 > o miners were badly badlyr
Al AIr
r m toilay to1I1
r nn inspectIon InipMtltinlh
t I lh Ibr mine through the theOhio timetiP
tiP rl I < In tJ Hollimorc Ohio side of ofU ofmhny
h r liJ l1honr river It Is their theirInetrate
i 14 1oc3 Inetrate I as far as 1 possible possiblethe
I fcs the e ilead ea bodle odlM w with hnlllly
yi t Q ct t
finding any IIn one on alive The fan
In both shafts No o 1 being beln on the north northside northsl northside
side sl < lo of the ho river wore started up to toclear toclear toclear
clear the th mine of smoke fire damp and andthe andthe amidthe
the after damp remaining from the theexplosions theoxplosons theexplosions
explosions last night nightThe nhhtfhe nightrime
The exploslona are supposed to have havebeen h9obeen hrobeen
been between entries 20 and 25 three threethousand threoIhousand threethousand
thousand feet e t bock from the shaft The Thodisaster Thelsnster Thedisaster
disaster occurred about 6 oclock last lastevening lastvenlng lastevening
evening An n explosion was heard by bymen bymln bymen
men at shaft No 2 and suddenly a acloud ncloud acloud
cloud of smoge burst from tho mouth mouthof
of the shaft It was known that thatAnthony thntAnthon thatAntimony
Anthony Stickles John Peebles I > blfs George GeorgeDaly GeorgeDal GeorgeDaly
Daly Dal Frank I Davenport and James Set Settler Settier Settier ¬
tier were In the mine A searching searchingparty sl searchingparty > rchln rchlnparty
party composed of Hupt William Me MeCune Ic IcCune ieCune
Cune and nine othcrH went down shaft shaftNo hnctNo hattNo
No 2 Just before they were lowered loweredthe
the bell was rung from the foot of the theshaft theRhaCt theshaft
shaft The cage was already down and andIt
It was brought up with Settler on It ItThe ItThe ItTImo
The rescuing party then went 0111 down downNothing 110wnNothIng downNothing
Nothing was heard of them nnd In an anhour anhour anhour
hour another rescuing force led by byJames byJnmes byJames
James Halley lIallo and William Williams Williamsflro 11I1nms 11I1nmsflJ
fire flJ boe was as let I t down the shaft shaftThey shaltThe shaftThey
They The html llIt groped their way about 200 200feet 200tlet 200feet
feet when lltn two explosions expl lons wcre heard In Inrapid IIIrallll Inrapid
rapid succession The haft lamps In Inthe 1mmthe I Ithe
the hands han < 1s of Halley and Williams were wereblown wereblown cre crehloll
blown fifty IHt feet It away nail nnl they them themselves tlwrnSlI08 timmnseivos ¬
selves wcro ver thrown violently to the theground theJrounl timeground
ground Jrounl There was no responre to their theircalls theircnll theircalls
calls for or their comrade and nn both men menhurried Tellhurrlod viemmhurried
hurried buck to the shaft and nnl were weredrawn weredllWI1 weredrawn
drawn up In tho once From then until
904 n in iv 111 > others went down tho thoshaft thotlhnCt tImeshaft
shaft ns It would < l have hn meant ceruln cerulndeath cenllndth oertilndeath
death from the nftenlamp The party partythat portthnt partythit
that went In this morning wan l11 com composed comJ10PN cornposed ¬
posed J10PN of Mine Inspector Ue n Bonaril < nnrd Call Callnghan eallaRhan nil nilnghaa 1
nghan Gen pn Sum John Rese Fire FireHns FlrIInu Fire1ins i
Hns William MiFee MF F P Fire l PII lre HiW JIJ Daniel DanielMcCullmmli D DiniolMeCuilnugim lIlel lIlelrCCllnolllh
McCullmmli Fire I lr floss P Plt Ptr t r MiLlnd MiLlndnn 1 > hllndnn
nn and Pit floss no Robert McKinney All Allbut Allbut 11 11but
but Callaphan were brought from the thevarious thonrlous tImevarious
various mines of the Pltthurg Coal Coalcompany Coalcompany nnl nnlcompnn
company At 10 a m the bmlv N1 of Thy Taylor Tn Tnlor Thyicr ¬
lor Oun Gimnauhims aulus Sr was 19 brought to the thesurface thesurtarp timesurface
surface by b the partv IIart headed by Inpeo Inpeotnr
tnr Callauhan A big hl crowd surrounded surroundedthe
the mouth of the shaft when whl the corpte corpteYM IOIPOwu
YM w brought out and the scene cnl was waspitiful wallIltiCul waspitiful
pitiful In tho extreme Mnnv nnV women womenwre wompnWIII Womnnwere
wre there looking for their husbands husbandsfathers hURbnnIMalhlrll lmtmshandsfathers
fathers and brothers and they the wildly wildlynpnonled wtldhop1111111 wildlynp
npnonled np 1tI for the rescuers to save theIr tntlrIo theIrto
Io 101 il one oneThe cnPsPh nlS nlShI
The Ph hI Port Royal mine has always been beencnnildeml beenon beenconsidered
considered on IM 1 dsneerous < anllrou Them wai la a anlmllar nRlmllAr asimilar
similar explosion In the minI seven sevenyears tlpn11Ir1l evenyears
years 11Ir1l ni Am > by b which on one man was wnskilled wnllklllftJ wasklihe1
killed The UP upe of f tfetv tel Umr has 1msbeen hnKIn hasmade
been In made especially l lipratIve irrntlvc rntl1 In IntliMO Inth Inthise
tliMO th mine by the district ln Inmctnr rv otnr of ofmines ofmlnfI ofmines
mines wln owiog < r to tim rut danwr from fromnns tromnil roam roamgums
gums nil that wps 111 known nolVn to exist c lsl but rare rareleiw rarl1111II rare1es
leiw miners sometlnw us Ut on t1TJn n lights lightsl IhtIfMu lightsbecause
l because IfMu cause e they can see e viler to mine by bythem h hthem bythem
them anti this Mm them to r > muke big bteBer bll bllu biggr
Ber u r day wages e This 1 h what hat probably probablycaused f1nlbobl1I vrnbehlyiused
caused 1I etl MitenUVs llIrwwA er1fl5iOfl v lrtslon but the theInaulry theut thein
Inaulry in ut UIrY which will follow may develop developa
a different cause
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From Tune 10 to 10 I Ii Buffalo will hn vWtcil TI ltell1y by thousandsof of injUfrs of public opinion The oocanlon occn lon Is the sixteenth sixteenthnnmml slxllcllihonllllal sixterimiltimnmmunl
nnmml conrentinn of the National Editorial Jdltorinlauoclatloll association Mr rl 1 I LUKC 1111 editor of the tli lorsrvville Tlr IylIle Ills Dttnocriii J IUOCrl1t cor corrctpiiiullng corrlllflOlulillJ corresiimmd
rctpiiiullng resiimmd mig secretary sercta ry of 0 t the imtlninil I imHoditoii toil and Mr 2t1 lr r W V J r Wine I iiublUhvr Iluhll hll of time Amslirdain AIII A ilisi Ilrlialll rda oh N V Democrat Democratpresident 1 Ieiimncmatof > 11I10CllItlredelllIt
president of o till thi New l York utk Piess 11 ass IIsMIlIlntlon < iclntion will make addresi ad addrtsse4 r s e4 The pillton will lie hi welcomed to lluffalo by L Mr MrJeorgo Ir IrHeorl irUcorge
Jeorgo K F Matthews rdtor of the Buffalo Express JlltlS8 chnlrdiahv ChllWI lih uf the rcuptlou comiDlllce > At t the tll business moetlng moetlngone JIIIcllllIIno
one of the events lils will s lll bo the rleitlun of a SUCCPHSOI to the Jut laic tOil Mutt Parrott of tile Waterloo lln Reporter who at atthe Atthe atthe
the time of his death wan president nf the thm national iifsorintloii IkMilcs Be i I1 the big convention theme will be im held sessions 6c sloas of ofvarious ofnrious ofvarious
various state > iiH ooiatlon whose whos members come from aU art3 > of tile th country oulltr oulltrlJVW
VAN A tN UtSNBIItniU 1tI lIlXS S S II t1ltcJ SUllltBNDIJltS SUllltBNDIJltSA s HIlt IJItIt HI lIIlt4 lIIlt4A III Wi WiA
A 1 IhllllrII Ii 1 u ml red Men MnIoilowlmmg Folloulii Ills III K Kninplo lm lmnhiiIht
ninplo 1111I1110111111 anil Coming In InLondon tllLondon iiiLondon
London Jutv > 11 l1Lord Lord Kitchener r re rennrt r ror retnr
nnrt tnr or tn I tin 11 wnm ni > nillcn ohii tinder date ol olPretoria otPretoria ofPretoria
Pretoria Juno 11 as follows followsuiiiiiidiiui followsvWlIl followsui
> uiiiiiidiiui vWlIl ui I ilu n h L mi S I I u HIIbUI iitl bU > urg rg and his hiscommando hiscommando 1mm 1mmeomnimmarmdo
commando have surrendered sUrrend red at Pletera Pleteraburg Pietershurg llctersburg
burg One hundred men have come comeIn comeIn comeIn
In and nnt others are following followingWashington CollowlngCIIIIIIIIINwlonH followIngliiiIIlSiIOtiH
CIIIIIIIIINwlonH HI ilgiitl ilgiitlVashlmmgton IIII IIIIWashlnston
Washington June 11 HThe Tho President Presidenttoday Presidenttoda Presidemttoday
today signed the commlsilon of GIdoon GIdoonC
C IJantr Janl to be assistant United States Statestreasuier StatestleaRulor Statestreasurer
treasurer and of John R Roys nO and andDaniel nndDaniel andlaimiel
Daniel W V Wurtebaugh to be lieuten lieutenants Houtenalltp llcutenntmts ¬
ants Junior grade U S SCllllfclllIllI N NCalifornia NCahlf
California Cahlf iiiimm Kdltorlal 1l ittirial Association AssociationUuffnlo 1snclatiomiIuffcmlo IINoclatlollBuffnlo
Uuffnlo N Y June llThe Editor EditorAssorlaUon
hal Association of California has elect elected electIll elected ¬
ed the following officers for the ensu ensuing ensuIn enstilag ¬
lag In year yearPresident yearlreldemt elr elrIrt
President Irt ldnt J II nauniRartncr Pasa Pasadena IliSIdeM lasa1ena ¬
dena Star vice incident P 1 M Holt HoltLos HoltIo bitIo
Io Angeles < 1 Imperial Farmer ecru wccrutary Hecrutnr ecrutar
tary tar and treasurer P 1 S Castleman CastlemanRiverside ClstlflI1nnHIcrs CastlenmamiRIverside
Riverside HIcrs e Press PressSTILL
4 4M8 eo eoMRS
Washington W Juno 3 mzio 11 IlMrs Mrs McKin McKinleys MciCinIcys IcllnIcys
Icys phyclclans hold a brief consulta consultatlon ¬
tlon this forenoon ore noon after which hleh the fol following tollowlnl Id Idlowing ¬
lowing statement as to her condition conditionwas
was Issued IssuedMrs issuedMrs < 1 1r8
Mrs r8 McKlnleys physicians report reportthat reportthat reportthat
that she continues to Improve and Is Isslowly Isslowly isslosvly
slowly gaining strength
Commander CoiiitnumnuleiTiIicy Tllley Arrhcs ArrhcsSan ArhcIISan AmrimeSan
San Francisco Juno 11 Commander CommanderR 11Comman er
111 I R F Tilley U S X Governor of ofTutulla otlululla ofltmtuhla
Tutulla arrived here today from Pngo PngoPago PaoPugO IagoPage
Page on the steamer Ventura He Heon 1M 1Mon isOn
on leave Ion ve of tibi absence nc an will proceed proceedeast proceedenst Iroceedeast
east without delay delayTornado deIA deIAJorllmlo delayToni
Tornado Toni ruin Strll i lrllt t rI lis H Aiidrlan ii ml Irlnll rio ii Minn MinnAdrnln ILI 111111Allrnlll ii ii iidrain
Adrnln Minn June 11 ItAhout About 1 1oclock 1oclock Ioclock
oclock this morning a tornado struck struckthis Ktrucltthis struckthis
this town nnd swept ept clear a strip a ahalf ahnlt aunit
half mile m1 wide A number of houses houseswere housesWer housesWere
were badly > alii daagnl No o fatalities are arerepotted arlJrepOltNI arerepartml
repotted Telephone and electric I1 lrlc light lightwires lightwires lightwires
wires ore scattered over the streets and andhundreds nnclhllndred andimundred
hundreds of fine shade trees are pros prostrated prostrated prostrated ¬
trated The Th damage dam Ao will aggregate aggregatemany nsgnHlltemany aggregstemany
many thousands of dollars dollarsCnmbrldco 1I011alSCnmhrhllo mloiiarsCa
Cnmbrldco Ca iii Ii ri I t Mathematical 1lIt ii ciii at lea I Honors HonorsCambridge IInrlllrCambrlllHe 1 I 0mm OVS OVSCamnbrhde
Cambridge N J June II 1IThe The re remarkable 10marknble remuaricable ¬
markable feature of the mathematical immatheimmaticnihonors
honors list issued today was that twin twinbrothers twinbrothel twinbrothmemi
brothers named Oanm sons of o a native nativeof
of Bombay were sixth nnd seventh seventhwranglers seventhwmnRlers seventhwrangles
wranglers The senior wrangler Is D DS DS I IS
S Drown of Calus collese coli 1 e There was wasone wasone wasone
one woman wrangler Miss 1I s L LHelIOlds M MReynolds MItemnolds
Reynolds of Neuiihum college collegl111J1 collegelOJiN
1 mix 111J1 Kiinim IWIII rIll DEAD DEADJohn 1JI IIUJohn AU AUJohn
John J 1 L Kimball son of the late lateJohn IntoJohn lateJohn
John Kimball of the old firm of Kim Kimball 1lmJail Kimball
ball Lawrence and of Mrs Iril Julia A AKlmball A1lmIJ AKinmtiail
Klmball 1lmIJ II died last night of nephritis nephritisMr
Mr Ir Klinbal had been n sufferer for foryears torlnrs foryears
years lnrs from a chronic kidney trouble troublebut
but serious lllnon Mi In about a week weekago wtoekngo veekago
ago when hn It was s se aeon < n by his attending attendingpbyslclans I1tlendlOlphslcll1nR attendingpimysicinnui
pbyslclans that death was approach appronchIn
lug In Mr r Klmball was 35 3 years old oldhaving oldhnvlns oldhaving
having been born In thin city elt and he heleaves hIIf heleaves
leaves If cs his mother and two sisters Mrs MrsR rll rlln
R c Woodruff and IIn Miss Blanche Kim Kimball Itmball Kiinball
ball ballAUTEKNOUiTMlNLNG ballAL
May 3111 Day anti Century calm Advance At1lIlIccHlcll At1lIlIccHlcllJUII1l1III1COIIl1i dvaumce1ilcliimmalmdAIiUCOIPL1 Klein KleiniimndAimcoiiilii
iimndAimcoiiilii Very rCl eiy Active Activewas ActiveBusIness ctlcHuslnel8
BusIness was a little quieter on the themining thlmining timemining
mining ex exdlan exdmange < han > ie e this afternoon May Iit IitDay
Day and Century were ere the feature featureThe featureirime oalurelrhe
The former sold uM u UI > to 1J1 1 II while the thelatter thlInlier thelatter
latter was traded In nt 4235 233 3 Daly I > ah went wentUp wemmtliii
Up to 215 AJax ju sold down to M2Oi M2Oiwhile I21 I21while
while Mammoth sold at 5J30 awl anI Star StarCon StarCon StarComm
Con wan active nt IIV tJi Richmond RichmondAnaconda Ulehmondnarmla ItichniontiAnacni1a
Anaconda sold at 27 7 Yankee Con was wninenker wasweaker fa fawooker
weaker nt tlCS fGG Lower I < wer Mammoth re released reo reolellHifI meieame1 ¬
leased 100 I at Jlftl J 404 I while Con Mercur MercurMid Meremirohil 1rcllr110M
Mid down to JJO 3OL fun sold at i iwllh Th Thwith S Swith
with Woat Morning 1ornln Oloiy 0101 going at high higha highao
a 311 S SCluing srlOOhlr
Cluing 3losIng quotations on th tIme principal principaln prIncipalnitive 1rlnclpalndlvo
n ndlvo i live stocks wore as a follows followsStocks toUowsSlocl followsStocks
Stocks Did Aak skd skd4jax k d dAJnv djQX
AJnv jQX ltiy lt1 lJI lJICon 115Con 125Con
Con Marcur I rcur 305 30CCentury 305eenturr 305entimmy
Century Jim U 28 28Daly 235Daly S SDal
Daly Dal > U M MDalyWest SODtl 20DalyWcst
DalyWest Dtl Vest m aH aHDexicr 3L72Vu 71t 3930 3930Dexter J Jfexcr >
Dexter OSJi
ICaslo and lllue 0 Del ilell li 1 T Tmn 90 90Irand 30Grand
Grand mn Central CentralLower 476 4IS 41Slower 45lower
Lower Mammoth MammothMammoth 190 4K 40Maimnoth O5 O5lamJnoth
Mammoth r tts 29 29IVi 1 20Martha = 0 0attba
Martha Waahlngton WaahlngtonMay Wnlhlnt n I IMI IVi <
May MI Day lM lM lMRlchmnnd 1310 1310lUrillnonli ii3Hichimanati 1
Rlchmnnd Anaconda S S fi Z4
Sarrnm Si4rllmento nto 1 A > > Va Mlk MlkBt 11 11tr WiStar
Bt Star tr r Con 4 u 4lfc 4lfcSwaiiNn 4l 4lSwaimsen I ISwanlfll1
SwaiiNn 310 31 3 5f 5fSouth 3M 3MSouth 3 3S6uth
South Swansea SwnnsCTetro JTW t tIelio M4
Tetro 4 1 ll3 US 14 14Teom ItTHCt1 14TesOri
Teom 7tiJ i i iUnitt 71 71tlnltd I IUnlttd
Unlttd < Sunbeam t 11 11Wellt t tWeRt ft ftWest
West Morning l rnlng Glory Cl ll 3X 3 3Ynnkee 4 4Yankee 4Yankee
Yankee Con vt 4C5 471
Supremo Court Decides for tho ilhoFormer thoFormer thoFormer
Former in Noted Estate Sale SaleTHE SalellIB Saterj11j
Ills IrlvllrLO Irhllr c lo Ubjoct objo to I Vroccccl VrocccclliiU Srococdiliga
liiU 111 Hulcli LiIei Won 01111 111 Ilrjuillfo III IIIIiilirtkU IllJlllerlblM thuIiuIoretu
IiilirtkU utul Wlltl VorkJlanUlilii VorkJlanUliliiFive orl Ulflhhll UlflhhllFive p pFive
Five opinions were handed hn e down by bythe b bthe bytime
the Supreme court this morning morningThe mornll1111e
The liffct of these Is an amrmatlon amrmatlonof
of the decision iif the lo IOcr cr ouurt In Intne Inno Intilt
tilt no matter or the cvUat or Ficuerlcn FicuerlcnIt
It Auerbacli aiceMvnl H Ci I mmun mmunbpptliant w whpletmant V II110n II110ntJppt1lant
bpptliant v VII llieuuom hnd md iHaauru iHaauruMe IlalloluCXUClIUnl isamuroimiiyem
Me imiiyem > vr tXucutors anil OTtnuol nucl A Auer Auerbiuli Auerbuch tuerbuttm
biuli The uplnion UJllnlonlsVhI Is wUiun n by Just Justtime JUIItllI1l1 Jumitime
time Dartch Clil t ehIfu1 hlq1J u jljc jilnur and andJustice IIlIdJUtitl andJustice
Justice JUtitl < e JiunKiu u1l KIII conJuufcUVj COICU1J coImeumrlime =
me appeal wds fivuifTS rnll1l urtlur o tlir In pro probale lru lruball rubate
bale musing relU ln to Inimini c11i cmsnrmml fI 11I1 a ale o or eel certain eeltaln cccaIim ¬
tain jieronui property ttu tll uuceuentH uuceuentHhuK uecedentshalt j coJj ntI ntIhllir
halt Interest which ImU hli ucen made ma e by bythe Ofthe b btime
the execuioia of mile taiaic 1I1 e of Frederick Frederickii
ii 1 Auerliuili pursunni to nil older or orthe orthe oftime
the court H U Wilson hud uld higher higherthan higherIhun higherthou
than Samuel rlllu 1 H Autibmh time sur surlvlng survlvimmg lurhllig
lvlng partner Time court COUI ordaiud that thatthe thatthe thattime
the tale to Wilson bt deciurtd d clnrtd null and andvoid aim aimvoid
void 0111 owing to the fact that It had nu nuJuilsdlction IIUjurisdiction nojurlsdlctin
jurisdiction In the prcmls In ordering
the sale saleThe snleIhe salelime
The Supreme court holds 1IOI < Is that there Is Isright Isright Isright
right of o appeil not only onl from the final finaldecrees IInaldecrees tinaldecrees
decrees but Jut also fiom morn the Ilnal orders ordersof
of a court In the administration a of deco deccdent deceent decodent
dent ent estates
With lthm regard to o the argument that thatVllson thatWllsoll thatiisomi
Vllson was not a party to the suit and andtherefore IIndthere andtherefure
therefore there Core had no right ot appeal the thecourt thecuurt timeetiurt
court holds that Ihntln In accordance with the thonotice thenotlco timenotice
notice of sale the appellant became the thehighest thehhhclt theimigimest
highest bidder and was as thereupon tee recognlzed reoolIlzed teeogmmized
ognlzed as the purchaser of o the half In Interest 1mmterest ¬ I
terest t rest of the decedent and although the thocourt thelourt timecourt
court declared the sale void 011 the appel appellant nllllllunt appellant ¬
lant became at least a quasi party to tothe tothe tOtime
the proceedings and it would seem if ifthe Ifthe Iftime
the court erred In making the order or er he hewan hewns imewas
wan In equity entitled to have It re reviewed reo reovlew1 mevietetl ¬
viewed on appeal lIy his bid says saysthe SUSthe sstime
the Supreme court and payment of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the 10UO certified check required as a adeposit ndeposit adeposit
deposit he subjected himself quoad hoc hocto hocto hocto
to the jurisdiction of the court and andcould andrould amidcould
could provided tho court had Jurisdic Jurisdiction ¬
tion to order the sale 110 I l have been re required reQulrd retzulred ¬
quired to perform his contract specif specifcally specHtcall specillcaiiy
cally call so as to complete the purchase purchaseHe
He was therefore th reCoro entitled to pursue hIs hlaremedy hIsrell1l imisremnehy
remedy rell1l > d > by appeal appealAs
As s to whether the court crrnd In re refuting roCuslng tofusing ¬
fusing to con confirm 11 r in the sale the appellate appellatecourt appellntecourt appellatecourt
court holds that thl1lupln upon application of the theexecutor thcexecI theexecutor
executor execI tor the court mny order or er the sur surviving 8urIln survivIng ¬
viving Iln partner to give a bond or render renderan
an account whenever It appears neces necessary IICCfllsar mmecssar3 ¬
sary sar and In case of neglect or refusal refusalmay reCusalmft refusalmay
may mft after notice compel It by b attach attachment attnchment attachment ¬
ment and ant the executor may maintain maintainagainst maintainagainst niaintalnagainst
against him any an action which the de decedent deledent deeeileimt ¬
cedent could have maintained The le legal Ieul Icgal ¬
gal ul title to all tho joint personal IJer onnl prop property prOIerly property ¬
erty upon the death of one of oftime the part partnew partnlrA iuirtmiens
new the court consider ronaldorllccnrnclt become vested vestedn
In n the survivor as trustee and It li hla hlaluty hladut hisduty
duty dut to dispose of it In good 11011 faith for forth forthe or orthe
th the best interests of all concerned A Acourt Acourt Acourt
court even jnin the application of an anexecutor nnexecutor anexecutor
executor or administrator cannot order ordern
n t summary SUll1l11al fettle of such property and anddcptlvo nnddeptho amiddeprive
deprive the surviving partner of his hisposflesHlon hispotfelielon 1mbpossession
possession and control of the Joint prop proprty propIIt property
rty IIt ertyTime rtyThe
The Ruprtmie court rnalntilns that the theadministrator theatlmlnlAtrnlor themsdmlimistrator
administrator had no authority to In Intermeddlc Int Intermldle
termeddlc t at all with the partneuhlp partneuhlpAffairs IJrtnenhlpANAI1I llartnerlimlpalfairi
Affairs oxc IXC4Ipt pt to call on the surviving survivingpartner 8nrvhInlpartner survivingpartner
partner to clone up the th tKirtnership af affairs atfairs ¬
fairs and account for the surplus be belonulnc IIIIflnltln hrhinging
hinging to the estate csh Ie His authority on onlv onI
lv I PxteHded to settling lip p and dlstrib dlstribuilng uliatributimig lfptrlbulhl
uilng ulhl the rennlmlur r under probate dl dli
i N 1 ctlon < Ion 1 to the lie interested parties partiesThe pnrtlsMIl
The court uu do dOHf not undemtond that thatth thntthp thatthp
th thp < > executors or I legaUes were llMatl dlll8llllfcI diasatlifitI < llMatlfled
fled with the surviving pnrtn partners r man manKemtnt mAnalmnt management
Kemtnt of the th businesswho has there therefore thereOM timerefoci ¬
fore OM ft rich to object to proceedings proceedingswhich proCt proceelingswhlelm lInJs lInJswhich
which would prejudice hi his Interests and andnrk andyork andwnrk
york nrk n hardship upon him himMr lilaMr
Mr 1 Samuel 11 Auerbach was 111 repre repreBented r rprmreseated pre prentt
seated ntt by b Marshall Itoyl Ito > 14I k Hemp Hempt HempIIta Hempstead
IIta stead t d ami Judge Ogden lilies while whileDey sim1lelThy hlle hlleley
Dey A Street were w < lre on the other side of ofthe otthe ofthe
the CUES
In the can c of George H Hudd aglnst aglnstthe nllnltUI aglnatthe
the UI Salt ait Lake nty Ity railroad compsny compsnythe COmplnthe
the lovr lower r court Is 1 ngnln lllrmed The Thoopinion Theoulnlon Theopinion
opinion Is I n aursia ifHII written by Justice JusticeItartrh Jusl Justiceltartclm < e
Itartrh the other justlota JuaU lonrurrlnThis concurring concurringTM
This was an action fur ilamnirw tln T1lu8II the thelarj thejill tImeis
larj jill awarding a Irdln the plaintiff 2100 oo for In InJuried InJIlr1pA iiiJurist
Juried ust ustHlnfll lne < l from which decision decisionthe
the city railway appealed appealedHADDOCK IIIIPtaOt1HADI sppeMtdIIADIOCK
The cn case of Benjamin n R Hadock Hadockagainst Irulockaanlnet Ilatlockagainst
against the city IIt ra TII < i reversed revc ed Justice JusticeJUnkln JustlcoJllllkin Justicelhasklmi
JUnkln dissenting The opinion la I again againwritten nglltnwrltlen agaInwritten
written by b Justice Hartoh HartohIn
In this cue Haddock I1 dd ck was awarded
M33S2 against the city for services servicesclaimed tJ servicesciaiiimCd rlcesclnhnM
claimed to have been performed Zmy iy hln hlnns hlll1ns lmlnmas
ns constable The supreme court holds holdsthat holdsthnt holdsthat
that the contract under which Had Haddock Hat I ladilock ¬
dock recovered rrov < rell was IUI tti Illegal legnl and UI the tht re respondent respolhlt reapomidemit ¬
spondent spolhlt has hiA shown shol no nl Ii light rl ht of recov recovery rcol rcoler mecocry ¬
cry er Hlhcr tlh r In law Ilw or equity for any anyservices nnysenlels aimyservices
services senlels rendered reltero In puisuance JUIIUanCe or sue suecontract such suchcontrnct suchcontract
contract contractJustice contrnctJURtlce contractJustice
Justice Raskin nalkln III dissenting 111lclth1 says saysthat laK laKthat saysthat
that It I was the duty < UI of oCthl the respondent respondentns r loldent loldentIlconstLble
ns IlconstLble constable to serve mind Ind return mnn mnnmona Ilrn Ilrn10ns siimnmuons
mona 10ns and nlil executions IxecUllonl directed direced or al allowed allow atlowed ¬
lowed low to him by b i the Justice ju llco of tin tinpeace thlpeace thepeace
peace If I he had hn refused rofu CI he would woukhave wouldhave ould ouldIle
have Ile been amenable to the justice nni nnitho and nndtho andtime
tho fact that thl this hl lilt contract conlrct with wih the city cltjwas cll cllIS citywas
was IS void old did not bar him from rom recov recovering recolorin reCo reCotiring ¬
tiring orin time thl fees ffl allowed nloll a eoiitnble eoiitnbleLOOSE con eoitsileLOOSF tn hlo hloIOS
The opinion uIJiion wiltttm wllten by b Justice Justce Uartch UartchIn
In the case of H 1 R C Smith Smih vs L I P 1 C CNelson CNelsol CNelson
Nelson Nelsol Charles Fotgren IO oegren Hl n Jacob Jenset Jensetnnd Jenpcl Jensemiand
and Isaac Jensen appMlantg nlnntl and con concurred concurrcd coiicurred ¬
curred In II by y tie thl other membeis lembols of the thusupremo theIUrome thesupreme
supreme IUrome bunch helch alllrms IIlrlS the lower court courtThis courtlhls courtLIiis
This was an ni action Idloll brought rIjht tu t re recover recOlcr SCcoci ¬
cover cOlcr < damages from rom defendants d Cendlnts for forherding torhPltlng forherding
herding hPltlng their slice sheeJ on plaintiff JlalnlltM pro promise prornJ promnlsee ¬
mise rnJ ei without his concent eolPent A written writtencompromise writen writenrOlllromllc writtencomimlirotnlle
compromise rOlllromllc was wal offered and UI judgment Judgrnenltoken judgmenttncI1 judgnienttflkCiI
token tncI1 for CI qr r the amount pppo pppold specIl II d with withcosts ltl ltlcosts Ithcosta
costs taxed to o the dfendanis ii C ndntl The ThedefsndM Thedehlll1 Timetlefsiidm
defsndM dehlll1 ts tl afterwards oc rl1rts complained < olJlallod that thatthe thlt thattime I
the court IQllrt erred ered In tax ng n costs COlts to them themThe themhe themTime
The he Action tlon nf the lower court In allow allowIngtho Iillpwlngtime lpw lpwlngtho
Ingtho aKond Itond bill ll of costs coct Is uphVw uphVwhltiin ulmitISithi
hltiin IUI 10 L 1 tn 11 ii hod tho of lt tiling Ilng the bills billsIs bis bisIs
Is feared r re s ICCEC kct jlractlce jlractlceJlDUMKNT Irctce IrctceJlDI ilra tlce tlceJrrMlNT
The last opinion olllon also written by Jus Justice Justlee Justire ¬
tire Bnrtcli Dnrtl1 time other justices juslt concurr concurring concurrII commcurrlag ¬
lag II IK II n modllcntlon lIIodI1ntton of the lower IOIVr uuurts uuurtsllndlng CIUlt CIUltIhlling ctuitsiimmdimg
llndlng Ihlling in the thl case of if A R C Smith Slllh vs vsAugust IS ISAU vsAtmgmmst
August AU lst Valentine and Oscar Olenl Jensen Jensenwhch Jellenwheh Jemmsenwhelm
whelm wan wnl appealed alenled by Iy it the defendants defendantsTho l1eCendnntl
Tho questions of land Inlll involved in II timid tlilacase thl thlcse timidease
case cse are almost nhlost Identical with wih the pro proceeding lIreeelng nrcceeiling ¬
ceeding eelng one The appellate 11Jelato court courtholds courtholds courtholds
holds that the fees ecI In cases where the thetrespass tl tImetrosbtss
trespass Is committed commited by sheep shall shallbe shallbe
be but OHO Ol half the fees In other civil civilcases clll civilnSCS
cases nsls and Ind the case cnle Is l therefore remand remandcd relalld relalldcd
cd mont with wih as dltcctlons tleetons to costs costl to modify 10dty the judg judgment julg julgmont juilgmoat ¬
Al AlFuncrl
Funeral Funcrl services penIce porvlcemsover over oler the remains of ofItlchard otJchanl ofIticimarti
Itlchard Jchanl John Cattail Cnfal were hold In the theTwentyfirst theTwenlrnr theTwentyfirst
Twentyfirst t ward this Ihl afternoon nCernool under underthe underIhl undertime
the direction dlr ctlon of lilchop Wshol Mnrcellus Mnrcelus Wool Woolley Woolley VoolIcy
ley Eider mioI Chas W V Pcnrose Ienro preached preachedthe IHelehel reaelmodtime
the tMietnl fermon and there
IHal were cre re remarks remnrks reimmarks
marks by IJ Bishop 119holl Win Ihorne of the theSeventh theSennth timeSeventh
Seventh ward walt BIshop B shop Robert Morris orrls of ofthe DCtlw ofthe
the Eleventh ward and Counselor Her Herbert lel lelbllrt 11crbert ¬
bert J r Foulger POlller The opening open1nl prayer prayerwar prayerWar
war by b Bider I jd r Vm Wi Tuddenham and Jracr Jracrwaf the theiruplc thllItUFtc themrutc
iruplc ItUFtc wns by b the ward choir Floral Floraliffelngg IloralitfeIiigs ioralleI
iffelngg leI S wore profuse rotuHI and grandsons grandsonsof Irnndsons Irnndsonsot
of the deceased Iecensod acted as pallbearers pallbearersTho palbeArers palbeArersThe
The deceased was held In universal re respect respecl rospect ¬
spect therefore there ther was a large at attendance attenlnnce attemtlance ¬
tendance tenlnnce nt the services
MRS WGfjLKVG WmlII G DEAD DEADSpecial DEAnSpecial 1EAIISpecial
Special to totheNcws totheNcwsrarnmlngon the Ncwc NcwcFarmlngton NewpFnrmlngton
Farmlngton June 11 1 IiMfa Mrs ts Emily EmilyHolmes Emiy EmiyHolmos EmnilyHolmes
Holmes Welling Welnl a wellknown welknown and alu es estimable ostllnble estiniable ¬
timable tllnble lady lal of Farmlngton l nrllncton dlod nt ntthat atthat t tIhat
that place 111ote nt 645 G oclock this morning morningNo
No particulars Ilrteullrs regarding her death deathhave deathhao deatimhave
have been made known She was fifty llftyyears Ify Ifyyears fiftyyears
years old and anl the widow of lt Job Well AVellIng Wcl Well11mg
Ing Il who ho died some years cnrs ngo She Sheleaves Shelenve Sueleaves
leaves lenve a family faml of several 8eerll children hldln The Thefuneral TheCuneral Thefuneral
funeral will wl be held hel from the Farming Farmington Pnrmlnton
ton ward wAr meeting mettng house at three oclock oclockThursday ocloclThursday oclockThursday
Thursday afternoon aCernoon Her friends trlenls and andfriends antifriends Il Ilfriends
friends present of the family amly are Invited Invtll to be bepresent LopreJent bepresent
Two now cases calES of flmallnor ImlIJr were re reported reprled toported ¬
ported prled today They wore Kinmn l mla May
App Appll Appeil ll 1C years yeAIl old nt Sl AI south Fifth FifthKait Firh FirhFat Fifthiat
Kait Fat street Itlt ltel HeIJO hteicou > ecou Stayncr Stlner aged nge 07 07at 67at 97at
at No No8 8 Hellvue Belue place placeThe Jlacefhe iuiaceThe
The report of the bank clearings for fortoday tortOdlY fartoday
today tOdlY again shown IhoWI over 100 10 per plr c cent nt In Increase Inereno Increase ¬
crease over the report reprt for or the corre corresponding corrcsJJnlng correspomuilng ¬
sponding sJJnlng day ay of o last year Todays Todaysclearing TodaysclearIngs I
clearing amount nmollt to JS6I17185 S5filS ns nsagainst n asagahmmet
against JI0590178 UG ni8 for tho corresponding crresponlling crresponllingar
day ar of last year yearInder yearPnder car carnn
Inder on order of the Third district districtcourt dIstrictourt districtcourt
court th the personal property Jroperty of the thE late lateFrederick latc1tEerkk lateIrederirk
Frederick 1tEerkk H Auerbnch will be Hold fld at atpublic ntpllIII atptiiilic
public pllIII auction Aucton at noon non on the 24th th Inst InstThis Inll Instlimb
This property IB entirely aside Ilde from lrm frem the thepartnership theJfrtnfrahl theeirtmiersliIp
partnership Jfrtnfrahl property JlrOJrtr that hit h been bpeJ un under undt tindtr ¬
der dt dispute dlVlte In the courts ourt until unt today todayand todayamI todayand
and consist cnsit nf stocks toks bonds bonlll anti nnl books bookstogether boks boks10Jpthe bookstogether
together 10Jpthe with the cold watch of tho thoAnother timedeonsed
deonsed deonsedAnother 8 10
Another contingent roltnlent of 0 nine couples couplesobtained CUflfll CUflfllobtalnd couplesobtained
obtained license Icnl to approach nPllrOrh the th hy hymenUl h hIntllil hymnealal
menUl Intllil altar alnr today 10dB Walter Waler alter W King mnf irg
20 and An Lea La Alt It M 5 both of Halt lJI rk rkIh rkPhr 1ikIher
Ih Phr r W Kllnwn lluon 23 Mgronl IQrnl and emit HOW HOWPacer In HosePacer
Pacer FaCr 20 Wlllard Wilad Krne t W Smith Nmlh Nmlhane
22 and ane Bnblna blna Smith it both bth of lt ftilt ftiltLshc tltLake aU aU1lle
Lake 1lle Arthur J 1 Wngstaff Wlllltar 2S e and ant its Jennlf JM itsshe
she K I McDonald MeDonI 21 both bth of Holllday 1olllda 1ollldaErnst
Brnst Ernst Fnhltoh Prhledl 27 7 nnd 1111 Katie Ia Cnnne CnnneDieter Annl anne annegfrter
Dieter Jlet r 12 2 both of n Murray uray S 810Uti Samuel mu l C CAdam CAdAIn CAdams
Adam IT 2 and Klfio wnl Kelly 111 20 both bth of ofSalt otSlt ofSalt
Salt Slt l Lake ke llenjumln IJenjltln W Drown SS SSand 1 25and
and Theresa Turnbow mbo 26 both of Silt SiltLake Sai SiltLake
Lake Lke Charles U Faraday rnmda 27 7 Three ThreeMile ThreoMie ThreeMile
Mile Mie Creek Creek Ida and Kvu I In Conovor 24 24Park 21lark 24Park
Park City Ciy Horace W Ilarbon Iarbn 21 S nnd nndA
A Lcnora nor Hunter Junter 2 5 both of Bait Lake ke
Belonged to o Schooner J A Campbell CampbelFor CaiiipbellFoi For 24 24Hours 24110u1s 24Hours
110u1s Hours There TliereWas Was a Reign of Terror TerrorAssassin TelTorAssassii TerrorAssassiii
Assassin Assassii Steamed to Death
Honolulu Ionolulu Juno C via In San Francisco FranciscoJuno FrnnolcoJunu FrnnitcoJumuj
Juno 11 Correspondence ICorrppon < onco of thoAtso thoAtsoelated tiOJ tieMCoelated LHO LHOale
the moat mostshocking moatIhocklnG moateimockimmg
elated ale Ir 8SDetalls Ilre81Detals Of
shocking IhocklnG tragedy tlllod nt sea SCl that his hna b been bionrcport beenrcportel cn cnreported
reported rcport 1 since tho famous mutiny mutny on onthe onthe onthe
the bark Inrl Hester some years yenr ago Sb wars warsDrought worebrought rorebrought
brought last Sunday by the American Americanschooner Jumierleammschooner inerlc I Ifchooner
schooner J A Campbell Cnmpbol Capt CaptA A B BSmith ESlllth I ISmimith
Smith Slllth from Port HlakeUy Unltoli wHli lum lumber lumbel Ihimmiher ¬
her The mate of the Vessel Adam Ador Hu Huber HI HIbel liiiber
ber was murdered by b the th ChInese Cblnenecook ChIneseeooic lnPMe lnPMecook
cook and nn the latter luleI after uter terrorizing terrorizingthe tCfr rlzllU rlzllUtho
the whole crew crel by holding holdlU posHoeslon of ofthe oCthe oftime
the galley Halo for nearly MlIlb twentyfour hour hourilutlng hourI hourIdurin hoursdurIng
durIng which It was IS every moment momentfearod niomontfCIlod imtOiiiOfltfoaled
foaled fCIlod he would woult set lire tro to lie Vessel Vesselwas esselWIs esseIvat
was WIs subjected luljecM to a I steaming BcnmlnJ process processto lrC081 lrC081to
to bring him out ult but hiI shot himself himselfrather hhnscralher lmimmmslfrallier
rather than come forth tIlt and bo captured capturedand capluledn111
and n111 when the crew r1 finally entered entcrid the thegalley thegala timegalley
galley gala they the fnuml tlll11 the Chinamans 0 body bodyliterally bodyIterl bodyliterally
literally Iterl cooked ooled by b stoanij stoanijTHE Iteamfi stoamib71W
The trouble occurred on May 0 when whenthe whenthl themmthe
the thl vessel troub lRel vas lS as seven days IIIYI out on her herJourney hlr hlrjoulno herjoumrmoy
Journey The Jhe membeiH lelbel of thocrow thocrowstale time crol crolstuto CrOW CrOWstate
stale that they the do not know tho cause causeof cnusor
or the juairol that llnally ni ended In the thodouble thedOlble timedouble
t I
double dOlble tragedy Iluber filtered entcIII the theKilky theJ11 timegnuiy
Kilky where the conk Ah h Kce Kct was wnl do doing doIn dolag ¬
lag J11 In hie work A moment later IntoI as he hecame hI hIclne liecaine
came clne out Ah I Keo JIO tIred trell nt I him twice twicewith tWic twicewill
with a revolver The fht mate fell oi near nearthe nel nelthe mmettrtime
wih the companions c t lnlanlnlln ay and died almost bo bofoin 11 11Cow hifont
Cow ho could be b removed nnl to tho cabin cabinTho coulnTho AbIimTime
Tho cook < retreated rotnalld IPtoel Into thegalley thegalleyand the Slney Slneynn gihleY gihleYamid
and nn Hied iii ii n 1 shot It wan IS Impossible to toenter tuenl ttmcuter
enter enl time Knits uallY except through throlsh a t very verynunow vor vornlHOW verymmurmow
nunow nlHOW Ile space down dol I a ladder from rrorthe rrorthehIgh the thehigh tImehIgh
high deck eer IUCl load of lumber nnd the theChlnnnwn thehlnnm thehminuimmtims
Chlnnnwn hlnnm II s attitude atude convlncfld conlncld all ni that thatIt IhutI
It I wax wa certain c rtlllnleuth death for anyone nn on to at attempt nttel1t sittempt ¬
tempt tel1t to make the entrance entranceAIWIS entrncl entrnclAmlS entranceAfltlS
Capt Cnpt Smith Smth distributed arms among amongthe nmongtho amongthe
the crew rew anti nnl tried trler to get Ah h Kee 11 out outbut olt oltbut outbut
but Mi h ice 1le only onl showed hlnuolf iminisclfoncti iminisclfonctiThmemi onc oncThen QncI
Then the second mate covered cre him himwith hUnwih hmlimiwith
with wih a revolver and nnt the Mongolian Mongolianent 1nsoll1
went vent back Into the galley galleyNight galey galeyNIJht galleyNiglmt
Night NIJht fettled ellol down 101 and th thischonor thischonorCJtinuel1 sQhOOiior sQhOOiiorcontinued hioiiercmtlinued
continued CJtinuel1 op Of her course urF with the galley galleyIn fle fleIn
In posiufsioii 081lln of the murderer mUldorer and 11 the theentire theentrc timeentire
entire entrc crew armed armp1 and lul watching ntchlnr for forhim Corhll forimhimi
him hll Tinre ucre was n8 n quantity Iluanty of karosdnc karosdncwhfin kQlaClc kQlaClcWhHI kroammewimsin
whfin WhHI tin1 tw murderer nl1 Erer was and nll1 au It wnA wnAfooted WII WimAfenroml
footed ship that ho would set le lire 1110 to t the theship theship timeship
The watch continued cOlltnued all ni night nnd nndthe amIIhelxi arultime
the Ihelxi next murnlnK mor In It was decided Ocd tL nn al a alast nII ahist
last II t retort tu steam the murderer out outof outoC outor
of oC MM hl un3ii 1t imnmpr0acimaimls prachlhll > r0nchull lejHBOt l I Tlc TJiedonkey Tlcdonkey Tiedonkey
donkey englm enlll was mts hIred and noi the m nee1 nee1issary n nI nsmary
issary I connections connecton were made mnt nnd Ind a aforce IICorCl aforce
force of HI stenrn mm < was WRturelllntQ turned Into the gal galIcy Gil Gill1 gallt
l1 wh Chinaman In InThe wait waitThe
Icy where itirt rl the th lay ul
The crew crfol heard n pistol shot while whiletin
tin I h were cr nt work hut paid no atten attention nten ntenlon zittcnlIon ¬
lIon lon to It It Stontn was IIS turned turlell Into the thegalley lhegullc liegahmey
galley amid nll the 11 force orre wng ns kept Itl1t UP 1 for fornn tornn foran
nn hour hou Then Thl the men 111 entered the thecooks thlcooks thecooks
cooks Ilualhrl unilors They Th found Ah Ahlee Ahleepentell Kec Kecfeated Keeseated
seated In a 1 chair with n 1 bullet Iuletounll Iuletounllthrough wound woundthrough woundthrough
through hl hiI his head nnd n 1 revolver where whoreII whereI
II I had dropped > d from 101 roll his hand The Thekteam Tuesteam he hestlnm 1
steam stlnm had fairly tntr cooked his flesh lfsh HO HOthat Sl sohull
that mt the body 11011 came apart When the themen themen timeamen
men removed retod It ItOn I itOn
On the thl afternoon of the 10th tho thobodies tho10dies timebathes
bodies 10dies of both Jth the victim vIctm and the th mur murderer murderer murderer ¬
derer were 11 burled at sea Ie funeral tunerl ser serVCIM 8erIco serice4
VCIM Ico helm conducted con ucteil by Mrs Cnpt CnptSmith CUPISmih CaptSnmhthm
Smith Smih SmihTO
The Hawaiian Iowalan bar association nlRoclnton held hel a ameeting nmcutll anieotimmg
meeting mcutll on the 29th tilt i and Ind by ii 1 vote voteof voteit ot otot
of it 37 to 7 adopted tttoptOI a resolution asking askingfor oskll1
for the removal retoyul of First rJrBt Circuit Judge JudgeHumphrey Jutu JutuIuIJlhres JudgeI
IuIJlhres I Humphrey The rl resolution rlsoluton adopted adoptedstates ndoptclIstales alotcdstates
states that the judge jlle has hI been conduct conductIng t conductlag nlurt nlurthI
lag hI a partisan newspaper ItWlfnper that he has hascontinued hnacontinued hascontinued
continued to I be > D a political poltcol leader that
hi hil liii conduct toward members of tho
bur lute 1118 been IHln such as to < destroy their theirconfidence theirrOI tlmeirconibiemmi
confidence rOI deIC in hit lit admlnlxtrutlun admlnIIUItln of jus ¬
tice tll that ho ho bo ramo 110el mmmmovetI > d A commit cOltlt
tw t cuimlHttng lolll tlng of lt W V L I Stanley Stnnle J T 1 1 11e
Ue IJt Holt Hol L I A Andrews AI1rI I Cecil Ceci Urown Urownand llOllU llOllUant Biownanti
and George A Davis
ant < ore Davt was WUIIIIIIlntl appointed to
take tlke deposition dOl101itonllllld and submit 8ubml the case to toa It Itasimitigtoii
a hlnRton hllJton with wlh tho request reqUel of tho
bar jwiwclatlon tlclatlon that Humphreys be re rem rcIUItd cciii
m IUItd IUItdHA ed edG1UND edl1AND
The fhl wind 1IIId Jury which In Investigat IIMlglt ¬
ing the thl lii chuiROH chargll of lt bribery In the Isgis 1 IS IStun
tatuie tun hl Itas iu Kubinltte luhrttet < l a partial report
t tl to Jitdit JIIll Humphreys 111hnI but as ni a further furtherreport furtherrJort fumtiierrtport
report rJort 1M H mining 1llllg thu Ih report 1lllrt has his been
filed ltd with lh the court courtln1 nnd not made lal1e pub public Illh IllhIe 111mblIc ¬
lic Today JuJifc Humphreys the
Ie JullI IhII11hre > s gave JVO
Jury a I statement tntelent submitting Iblltln to them thel
It I Is saul Inl1 a new nlW line lne of Inquiry Time Thofraud ThuIanl Timegrammmi
fraud Ianl Jury hums hal inide ltl a very rigid In Intjulty 11 intltmimy
tjulty Into the th matter Inler having hllnl examin examined oxnmlnalillty ¬
ed alillty fifty or more moreACCIDENT IlnplUles IlnplUlesACI1I1 Vltmmteset VltmmtesetACltJFNT
The battleship hntINhlp Oregon arrived arrtcd hero heroon h ro
on time tw > morning 11Inlnl of o the 30th an her hel way
homo hOI fiom trol the orient As a she Wil was wasdropping UIHdropjlnjf
dropping Iropplng her anchor off or port nn 11 acci accident nceld ned neddent ¬
dent d nt omirrrd occlrrod resulting In tho serlouH serlouHwounding semlouswounding IIOUH IIOUHolnllng
wounding olnllng nf Ir Chief Hoatswnln J K KMurphy I Ilulh F FMurpimy
Murphy lulh who WAS one of the men len who whohelped Imimoimeipttl ho hohellll
helped Lieut Hdbson to sink the thp he Mer Merrlnmc Merrlmlc Merriimmmtc
rlnmc rlmlc at the entrance ontllle to tl Santiago Sanlngo liar harbor hnlunr liarhoc ¬
hoc rime lhp > Oregons unchnr nlrhol chain cultn parl parlci parlt1
ci t1 ns f her port anchor wan WI being bainsdropped beingIPtfJitfd Joln
dropped 11011111 and 1111 Murphy llrJh who was super supeiIntending superIntndlng stmpemI
Intending I mm ttnd in the Ihl I dropping tl hlplng of IC the anchor anchorrlinln nnehorrholn r rritaln
rlinln was WIS tts struck Itrur1 by bth the chain chnll as time thapinl thoPII timecmii
pinl PII cOmic rnnl back blCk Hm li 1i leg lg was WI as brpkeu brpkeuand Irpkon Irpkonanll
and he WAS AI dashed ngalnit nlalllt Fame ma machinery innchilnery na nahlne ¬
chinery hlne receiving recclvlnl H I dangerous dunlIOUR gash Sa h on ontho onthc ontime
thc head The Oregon In li taking coal coalhere COl1 COl1her coalhere
here her nnd Is about ready rend to leave for forSan CorSnn forSan
San Francisco FrancljcoItEP Irnncl FranciscoRE co coHEI
The return of Representative Decklcy Decklcyfrom Deckleytrm I3eckleyfroiml
from trm his hlltrl trip l to present prc ollt Home 10me Huh res resolutions reJ resolutlomms ¬
olutions nlutnn to McKtnley In San Francisco Franciscohas Prulellco Prulellcohal
has been the thl signal slln81 for commencement commencementof
of If harder work w rll In tho house loUIO toil 111 sen senate senRtP seasite
ate RtP Beckley reported to the thl house jOU81 on onhis onhis onhis
his return rturn yesterday yeter < IY He Il stated Itltrd that thathe thnthe thatlie
he had Interviewed Inttrl we the President lrldN1 In InSan InSami
San 811 Irnnrlcco lrlnf cf and nnt had hu teen Ilcln rcodv rorlI1 rorlI1vory recRtlery l lvery
very ery cordially corcHulr President Ir08hllnt McKlnley had hadelated ha1tnted lie 1 1stated
elated his intention Intenton to visit IJlt Hawaii Inwnt In Inthe Inthe I a athe
the near nlOl future utUI He had hIlt advIsed aIIIRlcI Jta lk lkIe Jiek JiekIcy k kloy
Icy Ie to return turn to Hawaii 1 aIII I and nn toll tol the theHoin Iha10m theIloimie
Hoin Hulprs to work on appropriations appropriationsfor ullproprlatonstnI
10m for tnI the thl public good work orl In 11 harmony harmonywith harmonyIth
with Ith tIme tll executive BXtCUto department and for forget or orget orget ¬
get past dllllcultles dllllcultlesPOTITO IJleultlos IJleultlosPOnfa diuiicultiesPOT1TO
Some ome of the Porto Rleans Rctn sent t tKaua tr ta tataua
Kaua iDdiilgei In a small 8001 strike trllO and andilot nnlriot ztimimid
riot on on Intll th tll time 28th tim tilt ll They went ent front fmmKloelo tnll tnllJ frontlleelt
Kloelo J I tlu to Mnkawell lnklllpll on o a strike and w wng lt ltIng ielag
at the latter latterplace latterPlace
lag ng refused rflaN employment InploYlcnt lalar lalar1Iae
place 1Iae started for the thl cunofleldB cI18flell armed armedwith rmncllwih armactivltIm
with Unix kncs os with wll Itm n view to 0 perauadlntr perauadlntrothers Jtrluadln1 pernuadingtiitrlt
wih others IthrA to Join them tll In ii a strike Polleo Polleowere Polcl Polclwr Poileesrre
were sent for ti nnd those who ho Wero Weroarmed Wernnrmed veretinned
armed wr ten t n In number nUllerl Were arrested arrestedThe arcstoil arcstoil1hl arrestedTime
The court of o claims clnUls created by the tnorecent thefrfnt tImerecent
recent 1hl legislature to hear claims culmB for forlosses forlosses
losses frfnt 108 es caused luslll by h the great Ireat fire lre that thatgrew thltgrew thatgrew
grew out Olt of lt nn order arter by tho board of ofhealth ofhealth
health to destroy Istro a dwelling lellnl In which whicha
a plague ue case had occurred ocurred has been beenIn
Jll CIS week and al aljeady 01Ia niicady
In session lon a little over u 1
jeady 1I r has It lte Is sold much 11rh more bust business blsl blslnlH bustntNiI ¬
Ia I to In Its al allotted flilotted ¬
ness nlH than It can aim utend Is II IIloted
lotted term tHi of six Ilx months Japanese JapantsoConsul JnpnOs JnpnOsConsul JapaneseCommsul
Consul loted Mlkl kl Salto has about 2000 claims claimswith clli cllilh claimswith
with inventories InventorllB taken Immediately Immellnte af after nttcr atter ¬
ter lh the fire In behalf helu1 of o his country countrymen count countIln ¬
men Tho largest larlst single Ilnlle claim no far farput tarIut farhut
put Iln In Is for J77000 7100 asked uskel by Ir a n ChIno Chlncmerchandise ChInoIcr Cimlnesmmerilmammthise >
merchandise firm for a building buldlnl and andstock anilslocJ anmistock
stock Icr < 11118e that went Irm up 11 In II smoke smokeThe Hloke HlokeThe nniokeThe
The bark Reaper Capt Saletzkc ar arrived nrrlell arriVetl ¬
rived here lilly tlr days dn from Newcastle Newcastleen Nlncasle Nlncasleon
en rlell fl the 29th with wih n report tport of o two men menlost menlost mnenlost
lost at sea both loth on the same slmo day dayThey doyhly dayThey
and John JohnKellar John1fllr JohnKehlar
They hly were W V Fredericks Jredcrlcks
Kellar 1fllr
Lake Bonneville Bonnevie Irrigation Irrigaton Company Tract Relinquished Relnquished to the theGovernment theGoverment theGovernment
Government Goverment and Thrown Open for or Public Settlement
Yesterday afternoons mall mal brought broughtSecretary broughtSecretary broughtSecretary
Secretary Oroo of the States Stntl land board boardnn
nn acceptance on the part of the gen neutral genernl gommcnil ¬
tral land olllce olce at lt Washington of the theISOOOO
ISOOOO 300 acres of o land in Mlllard Miard county countyselected COUlt COUltselected countyseiectetl
selected by Utah under un er the Carey Crroy act actnnd aetnld actand
and nld relinquished relnqul heil by b > this State owning to tothe 10lhl totime
the lhl falling Cullng through of the enterprise enterpriseunder e1 enterprIseunder rprlse rprlseInler
under Inler which the land was M to have been bconreclaimed beenrcllnN beenrectmtlmned I
reclaimed rcllnN and nd made arable nl lle The fh com commlsslonerat oommlsslonernt coinmlsstoneratWashlngtonaumnouuieed
mlsslonerat mlsstoneratWashlngtonaumnouuieed Washington Washlnrton announced annolnced that thatthe thattho thattime
the land lunt hud hulillecn been thrown open for set settlement Stt Stttlpment settiemnemmt ¬
tlement by the thl general Jtnerl land olllcc olllccThe olc olcThe oI1i oI1iThis
The tract had been blen selected selecte under n
University Ullrclslr Ilrffcnla J < J < lls Can Cal dot e Iltilltllncr IltilltllncrMoney 1111111 IltlIIdlll3loiiey
Money 3101l In Advance AdvanceAttorney AIIalcl AIIalclAtoroy AdaliCeAttorney
Attorney Atoroy General Gent > r Rreodon Ireodon today todaytianded tol tolhlndel todayhanded
handed hlndel down 10wn nn opinion to Chairman ChairmanJames Clalrl11nn Clalrl11nnJales t9rmirimmanlaines
James Jales Bharji of o the board bon Ill of Universi University Unhrli Unhrlih ¬
ty regents reselts In reply reJ to the following followingThe
The regents of tho University Univeriy of ofUtah atUtah ofUtah
Utah have let a contract for or the erec erection ereclion < rec rectlol ¬
lion tlol of museum and Lnd shop shopbuildings shopbuidings simopbuildings
buildings buidings It Is a matter mater of ofcommon otCllon ofcommon
common Cllon knowledge knowlege that large build buildng buid buidlo buildIng
lo Ing ng operations operatons cannot well el be conducted conductedunless ontueted eonducteiunless i iunle
unless unle prompt paymentsare ft l are made a aime ahl as asbills
hl bills Ii mine due ConMVicntly Con iltt we de dew lIesl lesI
sl L r mw w our bulldln buIldIn2pproimiuttons buIldIn2pproimiuttonsmmme pproprluttomi pproprluttomiadvnnrc lPtl uUon8 uUon8Ilj
Ilj mmme In advnnrc nlvnnrc for the bills bis we welilmTwill wethin wetiiin
thin lilmTwill vIli become due dl luring lurng such suchnonth lurh lurhmonth suchmnonth
month Your opinion Is re respectfully rrMpeelCuly mespeetfully ¬
spectfully MpeelCuly tqllclted f1cld on 01 rerjuest rU8t of th thonrd thIrd the theboard
board Ird > of regents as I to whether the theHents re regents megenb ¬
gents may mn draw drw ouch lurh building buldln ap apiroprlatlons apIJrOllrlatlons approriatiomis
iroprlatlons as a needed needrslAfter net1 net1Afer neededAfter
After Afer reviewing rnltwln the thm law reetieoilng r IIotl
the he appropriation IfPrprfRton of l I7SOOO 0 made by f time thrart th thlglllAtUr timeiat
art legislature lglllAtUr the attbrnay ntbrny generals generalsopinion Clneil gcnerisopinion
opinion 0111101 U I a I as follows followsYou Cnlo8 Cnlo8YOI uI lnvs lnvsYou
You YOI are theiuforo ndvls advised that In Inny Inm Inmay
ny m > opinion oillilon your l hoard ard Is authorized to tuucpflre tolcJre tohrere
ucpflre lcJre entlmatea of the funds tmnti rcqiJIr rcqiJIra i rqiiimlto qulrtd qulrtdt
t to a pay bllli bli ns they the become bQmo due lu thu and rnd rndilrnw
draw advance the amount of tucli luch o utm estimates tlmate tel In Inadvance Inndnnce inadvance
contract con trad with wih the Lake Bonnovlllo Donlvlo res reservoir resIrolr tenervolr ¬
ervoir company to build a reservoir rtferolr and andIrrigation andIrrllon andirrigation
Irrigation system IYltem which was as to maka makafertile makaCertl makefertile
fertile Certl Irrllon forming lltl land Ilnl out of the arid aridwactf nrldI aridraNt
wactf raNt I To this end enl con considerable lderable ox expenditures oxIlltture oxtmemmdituro ¬
penditures wore made by b the nonne nonnevllle BonnevIlle
vllle Illtture reservoir wer company Ompll through Col ColThomas Colrhomas Coliiiommmsis
Thomas 11 CavannuRh Its 11 manager the thoIntpntlon Ihutl1lpntol theIimtentioim
Intpntlon bclfis to construct onltruet H 1 million milliondollar mllun mIlliondollar
dollar tl1lpntol 1111 IrrlKatlun Irrlaton system Yltll The rh ronlllct ronlllctwith MJ11ct MJ11ctwih comhlIctsritim
with Spain put Illt a quletua Qllltl on this thl Im Immense 10 Inlrnemmse ¬
wih Sfaln
Its Itsfinancial itsfimmancial
mense undertaking by hampering h 18 18fl
mee financial ndRI arrangement lrlnrlmlntl In London antI amiAmsterdam nmlAmltfrdal antIAmnaterdani
Amsterdam fl Amltfrdal anl eventually entuKl the State Stateland Rl Statemail te teIfn1
land Ifn1 board hOlllI relinquished rplnQllshpd its Ill selection stltctlol of ofl o ond ofhind
l hind nd whlih whlh wltbmit wlhol water was WIN uwlew uwlewand lell lellant tmeeitsamanti
and ant whlih whlh the foleral fdenl governinent 10yrnllnt has hasnow imnehow
now 10 declared delared open for settlement tlment
Sticccisni1 SncmsO Will Wil bo ApiMtlnteil 1111111 by Scn Scnmors SOI SOIItrs Seiiittors
mors Itrs Iavvlliis Buwln or orlion tJ letirmi letirmiIbm tJ tJln
lion Ibm ln Joei T ph L I hlavIlnP Kawllnn 1A wll Vtaha Vtahan ttaha Ltaimnamitor
111101 amitor n lor m IInllu senmlttr > nnti > r was asked 88kl tolay 1011 whcUi whcUicr whit 111 ii iitr
cr 11 lie III had been n olllclally olktalr notified 10tlle1 f ef > f the theLillure tht ttmtstuliiUrt
Lillure and dl dINchare t ch rharle re from Vv Vat at t Point Tolntof
of luf radrt 1llt nunfonJ unlol II II lie replied Ip I t In 11 th thrK thrKath time timergathe >
rK rKath tli anylnr 1 lnl that nil al he kmw kl r Oon Oonrrnlll eon eonerning n nc
what hat he had srii In hu timepress < huirc
c rrnlll erning < rnln It 1 wa n 1 tl tlIISS
UntIl hi had received receivedfoimal roceIvtdformal
press irc iIiHi tlispstehs li Itrh atrhex Irntl 1tiIt
formal IISS tOlmal notice nllt h < could culd and would oul ilo ilonothlnx donothln honothing
nothing nothlnxA nothlnA
A i onderable n ldr8blf numl nUnllr numnhr > er or citizens citizenshave rltin9 rltin9han cItizensiiae
have been b of the opinion oJlnlol that Bonator BonatorIU SllAtor SllAtorHawlnl RetmatorHawlins
IU Hawlnl Hawlins lins I > < lag the St States te senior mem member lfm lfmbll macrnher ¬
her bll of the t hI upr upper r branch Jraul1 of Cnnirresa Cnnirresaand nnlrlI nnlrlIand nngrewi nngrewianti
and havinc hall named young Dunford Dunfordwould DunfordwOJhl Duntordwojlti
would be b entitled Inlllel to all also b o name lale his stir SIKrcsufr stirresect ur urrfr
rcsufr rfr Hut Jut Mr lr Hawllnn Hlwlnl doe IO not nt take tnkothe tfka tfkath takethe
the th same Imf view of the 11 < a ae He II Ift II In Inclined In1lnfll iftcilneti ¬
clined 1lnfll to believe hehI fl te In view of the fret fretthai CICt CICtha feetthai
thai ha he II hn alwady alA n nnel named mod two tlO cnd cadets CArUthR cadetsthai t ttlmi
thai I the th honor this ttl time tme wil wII HI fall 1 tn tnPnutor toPenanr tnimnatir
Pnutor Kearnn parnl thiiuffh thfUh It I may rome rometo rml
to JilmKlf 1hTtll ltste Inllllll Inatea4 Inatea4ti t tAs
As to whetb htbl Jnrvl will 1 br h npwlnt npwlntH MJlnl MJlnlf
H f 51 rtireet tlt U tla thnt 1 l lu entirely entn IMlbor IMlborlupton soother sootherqueitlnfl nnth r rue
lupton queitlnfl ue tl < > n Th 11 ° i VfltM ripets oip rtH arc aM that u unew 1 tinew
new II examination fxRmlnatl s Il 1 be b L held 11fld In which whichnil whih whihal
nil al who bo dealt 11 t h < > i lI tSlltte < nnHte tt for the th placw placwmay ptO plaeemay
may enter h hf11t htiit1 nid Jarl Jari win In again againhe alnhI
he hI will wi dwbtl tllubtl dnthtlss a K IN > to We WI set t PoInt Iolnt this thistime thistr thistime
time tr Should ati IIIthr imiuther th r P J pwts pwtspeivntsg s 1 higher highernerc hllhorJ
of nerc J peivntsg course ntag n then he wilt 1 go ai 1 a matter matterof mattt

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