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FUTURE OF DEMOCRACY [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
FUTURE OF DEMOCRACY PKOrLII WILT, XKVUH AFPIttIVK UP &gt; - VIKWS &lt;&gt;r IIKOWN OK IIUYAN. . l'nrty Jfocdn Support or Gold Domncrnt*-- ' , Supremo Court I&gt;i'i'l.«lc&gt;nn Mtty Uo Issuu In 1004, Lcxlngton.'Ky., June 10.—Replying to a letter asking for his views on tho reorganization. ot tho Democratic party and future Issues, " Col. Breckinridge, exDoraocratic* congressman, says: j &lt;: '. "The American people will qo\'or conBent to; such legislation concerning tho currency ,ns will put into a statute the views o' Brown. It Is equally tiuo the American people will not approve of tho territorial policy advocated by Bryan. For the next few years the currency issue and the expansion Issuo, tendered by tho Democratic party and accepted by the Republican party, lias been settled." Further along In tho letter he sn&gt;a: "We aro therefore confronted with this actual stnto of facts. It Is impossible to w In without such a noming...
WALTER BESANT DEAD [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
WALTER BESANT DEAD Famous Xuvollst I'iihhvs Awtiy at Loudon Homo Aflvrn Short lllneftH. London, Juno 'lo.—Sir 1 Walter Ecsant, tho novelist, died yesterday at his residence in Jlnmpstead, aftro a fortnight',, Illness, from influenza. Besant was, to havo attended tho Atlantic 'union dinner tonight and propose tho ' toast to "English-Speaking Communities." Robert Williams Buchanan, poet and prose writer, Is dead. Ho was born August 18, 1841. ,'*•"• '."" \ Sir Walter Besuut was born at Portsmouth, Englund, in 1838. Ho was" educated at Klng'B college, London, and*at Cambridge unlveislty, from which ho graduated with high mathematical -honois. lie was Intended for tho church, but abandoned thTs career for lltorature. ,Ho was for several" yeais professor of the Rojnl college of Mauritius,, but resigned on account of 111 health and returned to England. His first * work, "Studies In Early French Poetry,".* was published in 1808. In 1573 appeal ed' "Tho Fiench Humorists," in 1877 "Rabelais" ...
DAWES IS WELL SATISFIED [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
DAWES IS WELL SATISFIED Snj» Ills Somitorlnl Trip In Illlnola Wns a Great iSucccM. Washington, ' Juno 10.—Comptroller Dawes has been busy ever since his return to Washington from Illinois holding conferences with his political friends and detailing to them the result of his observa-" tions regarding his coming senatorial fight In Illinois. He bus decided to stop' talking about his fight, but hereafter to make aj still hunt for an advantageous position in' the contest. Ho oven refused to sty a word about tho conference between Sanatois Mason and Cullora which wag hold. In Chicago, at which tho distribution of patronage tt as discussod. • i Some of the llllnoiß people to whim Mr. Dawes talked, however, t&gt;aid he told them that his tour was tery satisfactory and that partleulaily in tho southern part of the state he was greatly gratified ut tho promises he secuied of active support from men who heretofore have been active supporters of Senator Mason. Shortly after his anlt.il...
Telephone Co Needs Three Millions. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
Telephone Co Needs Three Millions. Chicago, Juno 10.—The Central Union Telephone stockholders received a. shock today In the form of a special circular from John T. Sabln, the new president of tho company, requesting them to consider tho bo3t way of bocurlng $3,000,000 during the coming year to finance the company. For tluee wcoko Sabln has been devoting his lime to a study of tho conditions of the company and tho possibilities of tho field in which It operates. His conclusions are embraced In. torse 'languago In his circular. Ho says: "After two months' Investigation I nnd It Is ImperatKely neceSbary that at ieoet $3,000 000 be provided without dolay; that la, one-half Immediately, one-half beforo the close of the present'year, with a call for another ?1,000,000 during tho first half of '100" and ono more for tho sanio amount in the last half of 1002. This Is in addition to the net Income during, the period. 1 The Ci'nttal Union Telephone Company was organized twelvo yenr3 ago to o...
Class Day at U. of 1. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
Class Day at U. of 1. Champaign, Juno" 'lo.—(.Special.)—This was class clay nt tlio Uulvorslly of Illinois mid tho graduates performed tho samo services as those who havo been lcavlnK tho institution tor years. proginrnme. was:'.Animal,address, Pr»sJdent John'it. Lotz; class'history, Mason Flshback; class oiatlon, Nuba Plctchor; hatchot oration,*H. 11. Horner, and response by H.' 13,4'1'00r. Tliosa who,took part In tho class farewell to tho building* were: Illinois field, A. R. Hall; armory, Walter C. Short; gymnasium, Adolph Krelkenbaum; Gcorgo W. Kedftold, clcctileal laboratory; Ilyron W. lllcks, engineering building; Miss Henrietta Calhoun, natural history building; John McLnne, agricultural building; Edwaid I*. Chnpln; university hall. Tho senior ball wosMiold In tho aunory this evening. i
Noted Physician Dead. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
Noted Physician Dead. Pnxton, lo.—(Special.)—Dr. W. S. Caldwell, u brother of Mrs. A. Dillon of this city, died at his homo' in Freoport, 111., on Friday' Inst. He was a graduato of'tho Unlvutalty of Michigan, of the Eclectle Medical lego of Cincinnati, of Jcllerson Medical' Col I ego of Philadelphia, and Hellcvuo of New Yoilr. Ho had eiossod tho Atlantic ten times and visited nonrly every country on tho globo in order to add to his medical college. Slnco 1S71) ho had practiced In Prooport, but his standing ns a physician waa widely recognized and ho wus a prominent figure in state and uatlonal gatherings of tho medical piofesslon. , i j |
Fire at Paxton. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
Fire at Paxton. Paxton, Juno 10.—(Special,)—Tho flro department wns summoned Sunday morning by a bla/o in,tho north part of tho, city. pioved to bo tho barn of Mrs., Piof. G. E. 1 Morrow, which contained a&gt; small quantity of hay and ginlu, Which, togotlier with a b s uggy and harness.' wns, destioyod. Tho loss was obut 1300. The barn wns fully Insuiod, but tho buggy and harness wero a total loss. The Uro Is supposed to huve been caused by tramps, who made It tholr lodging place. -
Incorporations. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
Incorporations. Spiingfleld, Juno 10.—(Special.)—Certificates of incorporation were issued -today by Secietary of State Roso as follows: The Mnnufactuicrs' and Consumers' Coal company, Deontur, capital sloo,ooo— and dcnllugMu coal, clay and other minerals. Incorporator!}, S.ff A.' Tuttlo, J., 11. Baker and W. &gt;L. Shellabargcr. - „ •,-' ■ The La Grange Dralnngo nnd Pavement company, located at La Grunge, certified to a change of nnme to tho Nat!o«ml_li'lnancleis' Journal company, with tho""ob r Ject changed to do'a printing and publishing business. ' -,' • ' Tho Mutunl'Whoel company, located at Mollnc, eeitilled to an • increase in, capital stock from ?75.000 to $150,000. . , ,V The Trenton Coal, Light and Tower company, located at Trenton, certifies to~a change of name to tho Trenton Coal comkpany. ..,',. |
At the Point of Death. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
At the Point of Death. Gibson City,' Juno 10.—(Special.)—Mr. Orn Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs., F. M. "Stone, is lying nt tho point of death with heart tiouble at tho homo of his slstor. Mis. James Fawvors, noar hero. Ho Is about 17 years of age. His brother James died at the same placo a shoit time ago. f - T
A Will is Set Asido. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
A Will is Set Asido. ' iJncdJn; 'Juno, "10.—(Special.)—This morning .when.Judge Mofteit reconvened the May term of tho circuit court tho scaled verdict,in the enso ot James 11. Leeper vs. J. P. lllcrunymus, executor, for bill to set nsido will,''was opened. The verdict acts aalde purported last will und testament of Martha B. Cornelius. Tho late Martha •B. Cornelius i willed; ,?1,000 to James M." beeper, her nephew, the balnncu or about $9,000 to .the 'Waynesvlllo Cemetery Association. Mr.' l!ceper&gt;biought suit to set asldo the will claiming that'Mrs.-Cornelius was of unsound mind when'the samo was made. Tho (lefendautb Will probably carry tho cuao to a higher court. I | j ,
Fine Oratorio Given at Lincoln. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
Fine Oratorio Given at Lincoln. Lincoln, Juno 10.—(Special.)—In connection with, the thirty-fourth annual commencement of Lincoln university tho orntbric of "Laznrus," the composition of Alexander S. Thompson, the Scotch-t •American composer, who Is director of tho , musical department, was produced tonight before a largo, representative and appreciative audience, who received the work with great * enthusiasm. It Is a work abounding In expressive melody nnd dramatic strength. .. I
Regulars Beat Old Timers. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
Regulars Beat Old Timers. Lincoln, Juno i 10.—(Special.)—At Sportsman's park this nftcrnaon tho regular baso ball team of Lincoln university played 'a match game with a picked team made up of old time plyers. Tho regulrs won by tho scoie of 7 to 5. Tho batteries tvcie: University, Pond and Ashinore; old" timers. Woodward and MoCoy. , , / &gt;
The Foresters' Convention. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
The Foresters' Convention. Kankakee, ; Juno 10.—(Special.)—A tnrco days" convention of tho Illinois Catholic Order of Foresters will convono in Kankakee' tomorrow. Bishop O'Reilly, ot Peoria, will celebrate' ponttllclal mass &gt;tomorrow, and , Itov. Father Hotter,- of .Chicago, will "preach ,tho sermon. Thero will bo a business session twlco each day and over four hundred delegates besides many visitors will bo prosent.
Mrs. Ido's Last Illness. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
Mrs. Ido's Last Illness. Decatur, Juno 10.—(Special.)—Details have been received here of tho final 111licss of Mrs. J. Li. whoto sudden death occurred at the ' Grand Control hotel In Cincinnati today. "Going from Decatur to Old Point Corafoit Mrs. Mo Buffered a Good deal from naw.cn." On reaching tho sea const, however, sho soon lovlved and enjoyed her, visit. On loturnlng homo sho was again 111 on tho tho i&gt;arty stopped at Cincinnati and , again Mrs. Ido recovered ns soon an she left tho train. Sunday ovon,lng a trolley party was, a( ranged and Mrs. Ido went with tho others but after riding ou the ear for some time sho again beeamo sick. Sho was helped .from tho car nnd token to,the hotel In'a "cab. Tho tialu for Decatur was soon to leave and Mr. and Mrs. Ido uiged tbat tho others of tho paity continue on their Journey. As Mrs. Ido had Bevoral times recovered from her sickness no" ono had any fear that the attack would bo serious tho patty continued to Decatur. On reachi...
Bishop Asked to Officiate. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
Bishop Asked to Officiate. Peoria, Juno 10.—(Special.)—Tho Illinois commissioners of tho Pan-American exposition have Invited Bishop John Lancaster'Spaldlug. city, to offer tho dedicatory prayer on Illinois day at tho Pan-American exposition at Buffalo, on June This Is a graceful acknowledgement of the bishop's standing In tho Btuto. and throughout tho country. Tho acceptance of tho Peoria prolato will bo who Is a member of the state commission laohargo.
THIRTY ENTOMBED [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
THIRTY ENTOMBED Imprisoned Miners rtiitl Itcscucrs Aro , , Overcome by G as. ' CEOWDS.SURUOUNJ) THE SHAFT Waiting for Kuwh l'rom HclntWcs anil ' Friutiflii"rittiillty Was Uuutcd by Aftur Damp, ' Port Royal, Pa., Juno 10.—Over thirty | mlnors'iworo entombed In shaft No. 2 of Pittsburg Conl and Gas Company, whom nn explosion occuncd this, evening, and it Is feared that all will porlsh. About 0 smoke was scon Issuing fiom tho shaft and whon tho rescue party orilvqd two men, who were neatly overcomo by tho lifter dump, wore hi ought tu tho mil face. They could glvo uo information' nn to what caused tho tiro and told tho rescuers four other men wero cmumbed. About 7 Superintendent McCuue and Pit Bobs Wortley and other bosses with about twenty men went down tho shaft No. 1, which is on the opposite, side of tho llvor.inud have not been heard from slnco. About thieu hours aftur the rescue paity went down two more explosions 'wero hoard. At 11 four mon volunteered to go down shafts N. 2 and...
REPORT ON SPRING WHEAT [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
REPORT ON SPRING WHEAT ltodmUltm or ],i!OO,OUO Arri-s,,or (1.-I'Vor Com, Mioun b&gt; Wabhlttßto'ii Ituturu*. Washington,. Juno 10.—Tho preliminary ropoits of "tho spring wheat acreage' Indicate a reduction of," about. ■ 1,200,000 acres or G.-t per cent." Thero la uu .increase In tlio acreage of'lo percent-in. Now Mexico, 7 In Novndu, 1 In Arlzqnu, 3 In Michigan, 2 in' Montnnn and ,Utuh„ ,1 In Wyoming and Wellington, while In lowa theio Is n decrease of 13 por_cent, f Oiogon 8, Kansas V. "Wisconsinnesota 6, lllliiotu, Nebraska,' 'South Da'ltotn, Noilh Dakota nml 'California 5, Idaho I, and Colorado 2." -» l \ v . Tho nvemgo'conditlon'-ot spring whont Juno 1 was 92.0 compared with-87,3 last year; tho principal ullitus' holiig as* follows: Orogan, 95; California, 9l;.Mluuosota, 03; lowa, South Dakota, 92; "North Dakota, 01; Wlsoonsln, 80; Nobinslia, 88. Tho average'.condition, of winter wheat declined during Mnytl.3.points In* the condition oul J/uno,'l, Jiolng 87.8 against 82....