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CAIRO BUI N. : . 1 t OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER ALEXANDER COU1TTY. is OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER ; . - v . of - v.' -,. CITY OF CAIRO. ESTABLISHED IN 1863. CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1910. VOLUME XLII. No. 275. ACROSS ALPS IN M0HAPLANE NAMES OF LORiMER, CANNON AND CULLOM OMITTED FROM THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM (Exclusive Service of The Associated Press.) GAMES III I n LEAGUES Cullom Requested Convention to Leave His Out-Praised Taft In Speech Defended the Payne Tariff. Law Uncle Joe En joyed Himself Hugely Made a Speech, With Vehement Gestures Principfes Ex pressed in Platform REBUFFED IN RESOLUTIONS m COMMITTEE ROOM AND AGAIN AT ADJOURNMENT. SPEECH BY CHAMP Cautioned Illinois Democracy Not to : Depend on Republican Factional ; ism to Win for Them The Platform. ROCK ISLAND PASSENGER TRAIN PLUNGES THROUG TRACK INTO TORRENT. THIRTEEN LIVES LOST NEW YORK GIANTS DEFEATED THE CUBS YESTERDAY BY GOOD STICK WORK. PIRATES ARE DEFEATED Springfield, Sept. 23. "Uncle Joe" Cannon attended the Republican state convention today and enjoyed him self. Tie saw a platform adopted meeting bis tariff views, smoked cigars and delivered a Bpecra himself am Id -applause, e ,'" lln awnnv ha Arm, stamped Ms feet and s.ioulel as lie talked, and oc casionally smiled. TTe tni.i platform did not mention him by name but the reason did not. lie 1n himself. Lari mer's name vas omitted, but. In order that Its absence might not be too glaring it was agreed to omit the names of Cullom and the speaker. Cullom caused the withdrawal of the plank complimentary to himself.' Cpllom Makes Talk. Continuing Cullom said: "This Is not a time of war. Thank God, it is peace. I cite this incident not to stir up animosity, but in a con test touching economic policies, in the presence of misrepresentation. false hood and denunciation abound ing everywhere, ibut mostly in the up lift nvaeazlnes and a large portion of the dally press, it Is a time for the Republican party of Illinois, and all over the country, to stand up and be counted. I pray Cod's help that the great party keep the Republican faith, whether we succeed or fail. It is bet ter to fight and fail, standing true to the correct principles and policies of government, which underlies the pros perity of 90,003,000 people, than to cowardly turn your back. to the con test, flee from enemy and apologize. East St. Louis, HI., Sept. 23. Lee O'Netl Browne, recently acquitted of bribery in connection with the election of Lorimer was refused recognition twice on the floor of the Democratic state convention liere today. As a member of the resolutions commit tee he was told by Roger (J Sul'ivan, ion of tile Pingley law there were some Republicans who said we could not. make a -scientific, revision; thai, we did not. know enough; we did not have sufficient Information, and they national committeeman of the Demo would get up and pick out one ached- cratlc party of tllinolSj not to assert ule or one item in the great measure himself. that includes 5,000 items and d?- The platform adopted was different nounce it and pound, it and stamp it in many planks from the draft whic together.' If they had their way wo the committee took into its ..room, would not have kept' the Republican l0U(j words 'were heard from the platform pledge, because of lack of roam. These were from Browne, who information, and yet we received our canej some members of the party who Instructions from the national con- reeently Diet in Peoria "blackmailers." yention to enact a new tariff law, I Browne; was named on the resolu want to say that so long as the rae tlons commlttee by the members of survives, when It comes to making the Twelfth senatorial district dele- a great tarin law mat win as si .a gation His name passed and was gathering eight or nine hundred mil- c'Ueered Dy delegates. lion dollars, to carry on this govern-, , wns rhnfffld again lust as ment that must be presented -by the the couvention adjourned after adopt- majorlty of tne nouse ana senate, rep- he latfornli WHh the motion Dozen Others Injured Place Where Cardinal Take Game From Brooklyn Wreck Occurred in Kansas as Normally Dry Basin, Span ned by Dridge. -Boston Defeated By Cincin cinnati Only One Game in the American. ACCOMPLISHED BY PERUVIAN AVIATOR CHAVEZ YESTERDAY But His Machine Dashed to Earth as He Neared Goal Sus tained Severs Injuries Glayton, Kas., Sept. 23. Twelve or thirteen persons lost their lives and eleven others suffered injuries in a .,.nni- corlv tlila mnrninir two miles n araathnnn.l Urw'U t. iCblCORO-H cast ii iiki v vi " v.w. ........ ... land passenger train, No. 21, which was due at Denver at 8:25 this morn ing from Kansas City. ;The-known dead. -(' E. PICKENBAllGII, of -'Goodlaiid. Kas:, engineer., J ' A. V. HUFFMAN, of Kansas City, baggageman. , J. W. USHER, or .OsftJfrT conductor. WILLIAM "MILLS, fireman. JOHN SLOOP, of Boyle, Kas. W. K. SHIVELY, of Agar, Kas. GILBERT M..YM1S-; of Fullerton, N'eb. f Unidentified man and woman and two NATIONAL LEAGUE. Standing. Pittftblll'? . . . New York . Philadelphia Cincinnati .'. St.. Louis .. Brooklyn Lost on P. ..151 ..1.59 ..140 . .11" ..1TG . .13!) ..fW W. 92 81 81 72 m no 85 45 L. 4t r8 58 cs -72 M fit' .S2 Pet. .CTS ..r,83 ,5S:'. .:,u .1!I7 .4 to .342 Giants" Defeat Cubs. New Yrik. Sept. 23 The locals de feated Chicago by putting to good use the passes received from Cole and by hitting Mrfhtyre, "his successor, at the right time. ' .. Score f R H B Uew VfU'lr , . . . . 0 8 2 or three passengers unidentified, ri ipiipn .......... 4 11 ft Alter Crossing Famed Peaks ol the Alpine Barrier Machine is Wrecked by Fall ot Only Thirty Feet-Aviator in Hospital-Will Reeoyer-May be Given thB Purse DOMODOSSOLA, Italy, Sept. 23 The great feat of crosslug the snow capped' Alpluo barrier between Switz erland and Italy in a heavier than air machine was accomplished today by George Chaves, a young Peruvian, t The hero lies tonight in the Domo pises 1C.C 1(5 feet, and passed ,-dowa the gorge, between sheer walls, watt he reached out 'upon -the Valley Ver dro, lid then descended eas'Iy tower I IXimodoRola, which Is 889 feet abov sea level. ' " ;. Here the accident occurred. . - Some say Chavez, after cressing tne. whose bodies are 'still in the wreck age. . The injured are from Kansas and Colorado. ' 1 Most of the dead and- Injured were j in the smoiter anu one vi wi nas coaches. Batteries Crandall, &hlei Cole, Mclutyre, Kling. Myers and WeaVer and dossola hospital, badly Injured, as the ( simplon Pass, followed the short cut result of an accident that occurred ( route over Monser Pass, which Is 800 , just as ho completed the most arduous feet above sea level. If this be so, f and nerve-racking portion of his test ia .possible the Peruvian beat bls'om the fllgbt from Brig, in Switzerland, "world's record for height. 8211 feei, across the Alps to Milan, Italy, a dls-j The 25 miles between Brig aniVDe tance of about 75 miles. Both legs mddossola, Chaves 'accomplished H were broken, the left thigh fractured the route of the eagle In forty mine and the body badly contused. It is utes. From the high point at Monsers brldg-1 over what , is normally an al- j nj.na.ielphla most dry bed, turning me muer " . Pittsburg a torrent many yards wide and wasii- thousand feet of the resenting a territory suewaiu-B . n,,Wn,mRI1f nendinsr. Browne miles from one ocean to the ot,er .ft MA ,n thg center of wun comp,x uu the hail, demanding recognition. noooay ever nas or eve. ... u. h , conventlon wa9 brought can enact a peneci revenue w, ... . mQ,a hia tn th. older I get and the more I see of my- l" ' " .. ohAirman anil pxnlained that he want- self ana ot otner u, u.e t.t .a ,, . ,inrnvB ins out nearly a strongly convinced I an, that perfec- - - trapl tion resides with Clod alone, together i"'1 ' t a, farm A IirrrlPr with all Power j, am)rdin 1oUd plunged into the gnp. the engine i , ,,,, the platform, admitting that Lorimer "There was a period of one a VMleftfi hy the votes o SOme of and slackt'inng of industry whl'c vie, . , ,,,af n anv interest in Lorinier, u..u. n u Pirates Also Defeated. Philadelphia, Sept. 23. Pittsburg una ilofoated In a fast game here to- The wreck was the result of-a cloud , ' b Philadelphia. bursf. which carried out the steel . Rnrw R II B I expected he will recover. The accident occurred as Chavez . I ..... - , . Il n was endeavoring 10 mane n uuhuub here. The Alps had been crossed suc cessfully and the aviator was de scending with the power cut off. When thirty feet above the ground a he descended .1000 feet In three nil utes. 4 Can't Explain Accident. . After treatment ; In the hospital Chavez regained .-consciousness.'., IV r.aid'he was unable to explain how tit accident occurred; that Be. could not The train was running at full speed Batteries Moren, olrard In; Ferry and Gibson. ,. 2 ,. 1 and 4 1 4 1 Doo- sudden gust of wind seemed to catch remember falling.1 The generally a representing His election were considering the tariff. . . . . ..... , not clear h m as representing the halted for any reason, ana mat is wuy - - -I am sometimes called a 'atandpat, principles of the party. ter,' I have been through five revis- (Wn.-Iin0 MUtt room tactics ami jucb. jmi, enmin- Eleven Free Bases. Brooklyn,. fiL ,83. The and mail car going down into twenty . WCra given today's game, feet of water and the chair car al-'tdeven bases on bans. most telescoped the smoker ahead.' score many passengers being almost instant- Brooklyn yisiftirs gelling The original draft condemned the ,lamnralt7nHnn that ensued Lending ... . ... .t. ..,..,. .f-rMAon'- ,t fii,.,t .I...... lecisiauon. tne wurua wk.o in 1908. We nominated and Bubse- the revenue law. If I had all power 'ate by the committee, according to onentlv elected Taft. We elected a'an(1 all wl,aom I would revise the tar- the secretry, because they were ob- Republican house with a nominal ma- jft every day without notice to any jectionable. wh.. f mr than sn. and almost a i,n,iv J Thus revised, the plank read: to,njhr,a n aforltv In tne snat. Taftl "tinder the Pavne law th free list "The Democratic party is opposed Is a great man. He has judicial tern- ja larger than It ever was under any to the giving or taking of bribes by noramont He would preserve the tarif iaw. and the -average valorem those seeking legislative favors, and Lronnhoa nt cnvprnnient as rata nn tha imnnrtAtlnn list, and, tariff we condemn ill unmeasured terms t'UUIUUIWi" mo'"1" - .t .... i.-v. -...t." ....w - - n.ir fathers wlcely made them for the iaw for the last sixty years. We re- any person or persons, Democratic or protection of the rich and poor, weak duced rates here and abroad. Rave-' Republican, who bave been guilty ol and strong. nues have increased until the participation in these means, and that . Praise for Tat. breeches and vest meet, and there are we favor the election of United States Taft has performed the duties of fils $20,005,00 surplus for the apron. "Ce- senators by a direct jpte of the par- eretit office and he has left it to eon-1 fore that there were idle cars, ana ty." gress to legislate and to the courts many men were out of employment, j a plank maintaining that the peo to interpret the law. He could not Onr friends, the enemy," and the great pje are entitled to as low prices on do differently if he were to try, be-1 metropolitan press,-or portion of it, scnooi books as prevails in other cause Cod gave him that, kind of do not print long editorials setting state 4, and urging that efforts be made manhood. His judicial temperament forth the facts. From' pride of opin- to obtain sucn restriction, was insert- is not. -spectacular: . It does not play Jon or otherwise they put off In the;ed ,nJne com,rotttee rooms. the role of anged. I want the pres;- corner in fine type any statement tnatj The j,iatform came out squarely for nt of the United States your presi-.may be favoranei to tne tarin iuw, hon)e rule for cities anJ Viiiages ac ty killed. Others were carried into the stream- The passengers in the Pullman and other day coaches gave what assist ance they could. . Members of the Topeka baseball team of the Western League, on their way to Denver, were occupants of. the Pullman and escaped injury. St. Louis ' Catteries Burke and Bergen; Har!,n" nnd Bresnauan. RUE 2 3 1 1 mini HORSE 181)11 ' Boston Defeated. " ' Boston, Sept, 23. Frock was hatteil for five hits in the third Inning, when he was relieved by Tyler. Score R H f nnotnit'' 2 7 2 Cincinnati .....8 Batteries Frack, Tyler and den; Beebe and Clarke. WlH 11 2 Rarl- ceptd opinion la that the accident was due to a slight shift in the rudde; while the monoplane was going at .? hijll rate of speed. '. 1 ; Much sympathy Is expressed hi rv . for .Wvyniaon. the AjneiicaaU-.tAi tl outih his motor had repeatedly glvc demonstrations of ability to reach th high altitudes, Weymann made a last desperate effort to win the race after hearing that Chavez had met with ro accident. He climber over Hestl, bint ti Ui t . . .. . ui 9 m .. Ikiiuiup, titer vtviM'itiuc iiitnjmifiD vi i,- ing higher he returned to Brig. Three Frenchmen, racing In an an. tonioblle from Brig to the scene of the accident, were ditched In a ravine. I; ie feared they were fatally Injured. Although Chavez did not. succeed in winning the prize some members ot the aviation fraternity are in favo of turning over the purse to him and AMERICAN LEAGUE. Philadelphia Detroit .... INDEPENDENCE BOY WINS FAST j Boston .... nM? im cTDiir.ur ur&TS at i New Roik . COLUMBUS SUMMARY OF THZ, OTHER EVENTS. dent ,io. on.i mitiA to stand bv his duties and aiile ui headlines on o ,io(in,i in the constitution arjl co-'that in the main give the operate with his party in writing upon 'Dispatch' and the 'dispatch' fre th statue books just legislation, keep- quently only tells half the truth.' ing his oath of office to see the laws! Not Abusing the Press, enforced. Taft has dono all. I am "Do not let any man thing I am of his reputation, ana 1 am sousing me press, m nas ..a resui- If I were to aouse it, The plank system of 1 neaum.t cor(Hng to the resolutions. lie tO the ,-! ,u onninlntlvA , VJJ,U."l'6 v.... ...... ... . I voting for legislators was eliminates 'Otherwise the platform on which the 1 Democratic narty will seek votes' in November was the same as that orlg Columbus, Sept. 23. In the Grand Circuit races today Independence uoy won the 2:07 pace in straight heats, making it the first time in 2:0H4. re peating It in the second and; making :04 in the third, - Summary. 2:07 nace. $1200. six starters. In dependence Boy won In straight heats, Ruth D. second, W. A. third. . ..5 Time, 2:04. ' Cleveland . Washington Chicago Standing. P. 'A" ....137 ....140 '....138 ....140 . ..140 ....13!) ...138 the monoplane, which turned, over and fell. Crowds found Chavez lying bleeding and unconscious beneath the wreckage. Fifty lnllos away and over the eoun'-ry ultb'int hazards In A Mlli.n, his goal. Chavez had lost the race. The Journey From Brig. Leaving Brig he started- upward un til he reached an altitude sufficient to clear Resti shoulder. The aviator- lieHdfU lUB inui.uiau5 im u biju capped crags of Flelchron. Constant- y ascending, Chavez reached slmplon Kulm, where, at an altitude estimated at 7,200 feet, he turned the machine south over the terrifying pass wllh Kaltwasser Glacier at the left and the frozen peak of Hubscfitioni at the right. After crossing the divide, Instead of taking a short cut over Monehers Ir-recflng a monument In commemora- Pass, a huge edged glacier, Chavez tion of man's flight across lhe Alp, turned toward the towering white ; 'Chavez, although n Peruvian, was mountain head of Monte Leone, which bmn In Paris in 1887. 1 L. 95 42 80 - W 78 CO St. Louis 140 79 C4 SO 58 43 fit 7-1' MY 97 Pet. .093 .571 .!!; j .564 .457 .424 I .420 .304 KEPI Anns i tin 1 Oil HE President Taft Will Go to Washing, ton After a Few Days' Stay In His Home Town. lirOlM 01 niS repuiauuu, aim i a sunning mo - .n,i, .lrnfturl .... . . . . ... r ... ... . t a t . ix o K 1 1 c it ,j . . . . . roud of tne recora maae uy.--- t " . Z Candidates for trustees "of the Cnarle8 simmons first congress. w..e vm. ' - "1 'state universities were nominated . ho.l hnr ma-' MntVinanlo). fJn.1 ltnnwa I never crucial II.uuie.ii " " . ..- " " " . I'fnVWvwa- . 0.1! tmf t19flft civ ntnrtora CfrHTlfi. waiiIJ- -nt avail' wltTl t If "ttlfiro 13 T . ... . .1 nwu.u r,- ...... ... . Tt T f-l1ln nt Fnct Ht TynilS. I 1 , , ...... i.. ha onnnt does anv .nnncll that U !,,. r to be Jui,u ' """ " HCienta I iiuiik wacu r.' " .. . - ----t - k wut of Ver-mlllion. Goree ..2 not understand-but- we Kept me taken at this time m our nistory w.tn - - - , -- .. 1 l U 8S0U- ,tn,o Wlnlcr. . . . R Time, 2:11. 4 4 Heavy Hitting Game. Cleveland, Sept. 23.-41 rghes was knocked from the box and Fisher was hit even harder. Chase's batting was the feature. Score R H B Cleveland 7 18 0 2 7 0 ilT I F.attPrifs Mitchell and Smith; Hushes, Fisher and F. Mitchell. FORMER EMPLOYE OF FIRM THAT IS CHARGED WITH CHEATING RAILROAD ON REPAIRS GIVES EVIDENCE. pledges made in the Chicago piatf- many false proplieta , abroad with de; ohamp Clark of Migs orm. we enacted me ,rayu u ,muu . .. ... was tne OTl5lclDal speaker. Clark which has been abused ana mis.ep.B- over me country, wun our lwhiocihuc - - - - fl . , u ..ov, oh..o, n,mnnni9 attonirin no on,i poot iii cautioned trie iemocrais not iu uc , ,v, ,t,v crv tn tar dwn whirniti novar hv m pend on the Republican factionalism mat 8o e :t.;,t, " ; z:::' z : " to wm. but that they must have a Pr0- aloud wnen mey waKe up ... ".e,- .u, v-, . . lftl,vln- t letter 'Oh mother, father, Payr.e city to build up if there was a time e' In ieace when the command given to governmem man u.ai B.Cu u, the children of Isreal to move for- oppositon. ward should be heeded, It Is now." $1300, unfinished, eight 1 and say: larlff law Is about to catch us. About the Tariff Law. "When we entered upon the revis- TWO MEN MISSING. Paducah, Ky.,"Sept. 23. Police are searching for Elijah T. Etlirldge, a carpenter and Sam c. Ktnruige, a basket ..maker, brothers, who have been mysteriously missing since last Saturday night. They left home to-go down in the business district to do some shopping, and have nm been seen since. Elijah Ethrldge has a wife and two children and Sam Efh ridge a wife and four children. Ac cording to neighbors, their famines were left penniless. ARRESTED FOR HORSE STEALING paducaa. Ky., Sept. 23.-Craiff Me flee. 24 years old, was arrested today on the charge of horse stealing -and obtaining money under false pretenSA Craig's home Is In St. Louis, and he was visiting his uncle, George McGee In Carlisle county. According to tils confession, he stole the horse, valued at $200, and brought It to Paducah, selling It to Fletcher Terrell for $40. His uncle arrived today and an nounced that he would not prosecute. FIRE SWEEPS TOWN. EXPOSE "LOOKOUT" SYSTEM. 2:13 pace, starters. Fred F. ... DIrl . . On Time ...7 Miss Peeler .2 Time, 2:05. .8 3 1 1 2 2 3 7 4 Cincinnati, O., Sept.. 23. "Look- frats" are so numerous In the district around Central avenue, where most of Cincinnati's law breaking resorts are located, that their warning whist ling at nlfcht when officers ae seen, ni:nd like a chorus of mocking birds. This wns the testimony of iiatrolman .Tos. Myler today at the tnvest'gatldn RAIN PREVENTS RACES. Sioux City, Sept. 23. Rain prevent d the finishing of the State Fair races today, me races tomorrow were called off. TELEGRAPHERS GET RAISE. Lafayette, Ind.. Sept. 23. Telegraph ouerators on the. Monon railroad re New Iberia, La., Sept. 2l Consld- AHMt.T. lca Inoa mo. auutnina" thrmipn 1 .11nr.1 i,nH.A A pmmtln rlt lea hafnril the fire which swent a nortion of the Uafetv Director Scott Small. Exce,.t ceived announcement today of a 9 per business section of New Iberia today, for' the exposition of the elaborate than was at first believed. Later es- "lookout" system, the Innulry has pro tlmates range from $100,000 to $150,-' duced little of anything but local In 000, a majority of the estimates favor- terest. ing the smaller sum. The insurance,! so far as-Is known, amounts to about OPEN national uwivtwut. Rain Interferes. Others postponed on account rain. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. or At Louisville. Louisville .. Indianapolis At Kansas City Cincinnati, Sept. 3. Taffs visit M' to Cincinnati ends tomorrow when he leaves for Washington. Today the president visited Woodward, hi., school building and made a little speech on public school education. He Chicago, Sept. 23. Testimony also visited the University ol cincin charging F. H. Niles, president, and natl and stopped by the House ol William Farragher, secretary or tne Refuge, where he made a short talk. Blue Island Car Equipment Company, General Buckingham, ? a Chicago with padding and fraudulently charg- lawyer, called to see the president lo ng car repair bills made out to tbeirt,y t0 present a petition for the par- Illinois Central railroad, was given jm 0f John R. Walsh, now serving this' afternoon during the .hearing of a term ln tj)e federal prison. Seom the so-called car repair "j?aft" cases. 'tar Norton told him the Walsh' pet! Arthur Bayfield, former general car on Ul aireajy been received at manager or tne -,.ar jMruipiiium. u".- Washington. -but had not reached tne i pany, told of alleged practices by jirMi()ent yet wlth the report from which. In all, the railroad wasmuic.ea te department of justice. Bucking- out of over $l,0v0,tH). He testified that these officers or-, ham did not Wjait to see the president. Kansas Milwaukee ritv t dered blnv to make fake charges for .10 : Tno Cold at St. Paul. c. PtmUfniiimbus. cold weather, no game. Rain at Toledo. Toledo-Minneapolis, rain, no game. $45,000. Telling. Lots of people hay to tell what they are going to do, or they would jive nothing to tell Life). Mexlro City. Sent. 23. With cere monies of quiet, dignity the National University of Mexico was inaugurat ed here cent ro'.se In' wages effective Septem ber 1st. The Order of Railway Tele graphers received official recognition for the first time. CHOLERA INCREASING. BALTIMORE GROWS. Wflshlneton. Sept. 23.-The popula- Hnn ,.f Baltimore. Md.. Is 558,485, an fierease of 49,52a. SHERMAN CONFIDENT, TOO. car repair work, that he, beign sus picious, kept an account book contain-' ling all alleged overcharges.- That similar., charges were rortn- , , . . .. ,l. m.t. coming in connection wun m v...- cago and Rock Island road was hint ed when the defendants' attorneys , asked If he kept similar cross checks igalns-t that company. He was not allowed to answer. NQUIRY OPENS MONDAY '." ;" Senate Committee Decides to Begirt Investigation of Senator Lori- . mer on That Day. ONE DIES IN WRECK. St. PeteroTmrer, Sept. 2!. The-e were thirty six new cases of cholera th'length and thirteen deaths ln this city TTtlca. N. Y.. Sept. 23.-Vice Prest dent Sherman returned to Ullca today trom Atlantic City, where he attended th national encampment of the ir. a it n,.ntvinir ft the ouestion as lo nf his atav in ut K't, ne to- said: Birmingham, Ala., SepL 23. W. II. 11111 of Woodlawn wag Instantly kl le I today tn a wreck on the Southern between this point and Selma. The switch was not properly thrown and chas. A. White, whose charers n:i the engine overturned, pinning the ne wa l,al,l WW to vote for Lor" Chicago, Sept. 23. The InvcstlRa, tion of the charges that Lorimer was elected through improper means arid he Is not enticed to his seat In the senate, will begin Monday. This was the decision of the senate committee today. ' '-.'''"-'' ' ' ;, '." It was teamed that the first wltnest undoubtedly- will be Representatlv eshle.' v ot Mexico was inaugurat- ana tntrteen t eams in mis city ui.. , , , - 1Z r, it Ar, Amon, those who are ill Is Herr "I phall be here nntll the Republican ea nere to my. f " K..,.nk. a myitloB meeting in Saratoga. hlph off clals anu disiinguisnen pauca-.rtiac.ou, iuy.i.r "" , : ... . 'IIS f.cm abroad were present. cemian jThen I am going tnero to pre englneeer under it. J'.m Wyloy, negro inreman, saved himself by jumping, al- i.tni'sh he was niirvful'v Inlnr" ! V ". Hill leaves a wife and three little irlrls. In Cairo nearly 1'na Bulletin everybody read . . i ..... mer precipitated me uuiun j. Other witnesses are exio-tel tn t Ilenresentatlve H. J. C. P.e.fk- er pnd Senator- D. W. lUdUlaw. It tiocUIed that the sttorney for th Chicago Tribune could arp-asr In Tie hearing. Lorimer was also given th same privilege. ' - .:. : v .v ' : .. .