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Revoked Corbett's Saloon License. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Revoked Corbett's Saloon License. Now Yoik, June s—The5 —The liquor tax certificate held by James J. Corbett, pugilist, was revoked today by, Justice Freedmun, of tho supreme court,'on considering the lepoit of Alfred Pago as rereroo in the proceedings brought for the revocation ot the license by Rev. J. Q. A. Henry, supotiuteiident of the New York Antl-Safoon League. The testimony showed Charles P. Suufoid. special agent excise .commissioner, and otheis visited Corbett's saloon on Broadway on Sunday, May 5, and weie henod with whisky and cigars. There weie otheis dilnking In the place. Rev. Norman Plaso, superintendent of the Anti-Saloon League of Greater New York, with two couipanionb called at Corbett's place early in the morning of May 2 and bought whisky. These allegations were denied by Corbett, who contended the premises was closed at the proper hour. Suit will now be brought by the excise commissioner to recover double the amount of the bond given by Coibott for the proper c...
McKinley Can't Attend. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
McKinley Can't Attend. Washington, Juno 3.—The president will not lie able to be at the Pan-American exposition June 15, which was designated as president's day. After the abandonment of the northwestern portion of ihe president's lour ihe Impiovement 111 Mrs. McKlnley's condition insplicd the managers of the exposition with hope that the president would be ablo to keep his engagement at IJtiftalo, but since returning to Washington Mrs. McKlnlcy'b condition has been so dangerous thnt it is considered Idle to speculate upon the possibility of his loa\ing for forty-eight hours.
Discussed American Trusts. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Discussed American Trusts. Birmingham, Juno s.—Tho chamber of coiumeieo demoted a special meeting today to the discussion of American, trusts, anil adopted after a long debate a resolution declining the earnest attention of the government .should be given without delay to the best me.uib of guarding British ttade and commerce against injury from the American trusts, both from the national and commercial aspect.
Justice Brewer Wedded [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Justice Brewer Wedded Burlington, Vt., June s.—Justice David J. Ilrowor, associate justice of the United States court, mairled Miss Emma Miner Mott, of Washington, D. C, this nfternoon. The ceremony was performed by Kov. G. G. Atkins, of the Klist Congregational church, at the home of Mrs. J. L Hall, niece of Mrs. Brewer. Only members of the family were present.
G. A. R. Eucampment Election. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
G. A. R. Eucampment Election. Dubuque, la., June IB.—The G. A. Ft. encampment today elected Goorgo Metzgor, of Davenpjort, commander-in-chief. Tho Sons of Veterans chose Harry Green, of Decornh, commander. Three thousand \eterans, including Senators Allison and Poltlver and Congressmen Hedges and Lacey, were In the parade this afternoon. The department adopted resolutions for the apolntmcnt of a board of regents for the memoilal university building by veterans "at Mason City. Camp fires weto held tonight.
ADMITTED TO THE BAR [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
ADMITTED TO THE BAR A Lllrgo Xuinlior of Mi-Lenn County l.linjurs fur.* i:xauihmilon&lt;i. Springfield, Juno s.—(Special.)—One hundred and fifty-five applicants were admitted to tlio bur of Illinois today, having passed btttisfnctoilly the cuimInatlou recently held by tlio state board of law c\amltiets. Those outside of Cook countv who are admitted to practice uio as fallows: Cuitlb 13. Abtams. Chilstian county; Frederic 11. Uengel, McLean; liiuee Dwight, McLean; William J Urlnkerhufl, Sangamon; lSulltngton, Fayette; Henry E. burgess Meicei; .lames C. Durnsldo, Fayette; Howard I'. Onstle. Kano; Floyd F. Chinch and Roy Church. McLean; George J elate. Will: William L. Crouch, Champaign; William 11. De\ueimor, Chiistlan; William 11. Dleterlch. Schuyler; Walter V. llysoit, Vermilion; Charles W. K»pey, ll&lt;&gt;m\; Sidney 11. Fithlnn, Ja3per; .Mark S. Fotbes, Onnoll; William A. Gullfoyle, La Salle; Walter K. Henly, Kane; Aithur M Hester and Edward M. llohlll, McL...
Paxton News. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Paxton News. Jaxton, Juno s.—(Special.)—Mark Tlrlney stopped hero Tuesday night on his way from Louisville, Ky., to Chicago, his headquarters, whero ho la employed by tho Taylor Signal company. Ceorge L. Thompson, after a week's visit with Pnxton friends, loft lor u \lbit with his brother. Dr. F. A. Thompson. In Chicago. He will visit at soveinl other points, In tile northern part of the htatu bofoie ictuining to Ills home In Crawford county. ' Dr.| J. C. Dunham, wife and boy, Chnrlcy, dcpaited this morning ror Memphis, Tenn., whero the doctor and hIH wife ale interested in n suit which Involves the title to a largo amount of pioperty . During a light storm this morning n yearling steer, the property of A. 11. Hobertson, residing just north of the city, was htrurk by lightning and killed. None of the other cattle with which It was In company were Injured. Mrs. Koucitson wns aii'o severely shocked. A daughter of Hev. Fossberg of Fnrmersville, met with a serious accident. ■While desce...
An Elevator Burned. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
An Elevator Burned. Docntur, Juno .-&gt;.—(Special.)—The Pickets &amp; Mr Daniel grain ole\ator at Lake City was destroyed by fire this morning, buppobedly from a hot box. The gnsollnu engine exploded. There were 10,01)0 bushels of giain In the elevator. The loss Is $10,000; insurance $7,000.
To Meet at Minonk. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
To Meet at Minonk. Wononn, June 5 —(Special)—At an exclusive session of the Big Bond Voternns' association held hero today It was voted to hold the annual encampment at Minonk in August. Senator l'oi t'G petition asking that survivors of the SpanishAmerican war bo admitted to membership in the association was adopted.
Killed Near Blue Mound. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Killed Near Blue Mound. Blue Mound, Juno G. —(Spoctal.)—A fatal accident occuired near Hero Tuesday evening. The 11-ycar-old son of Mr, and Mrs. Fred Übl, living tour miles northwebt of town, was the victim. The boy'e mothci is visiting In the west and the father had gone to Stonlngton on business. The boy got his father's gun and was playing with It when the.gun was accidentally discharged. Tho hoy was Instantly killed. i
Killed at Champaign [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Killed at Champaign Champaign, Juno r&gt;.—(Special.)—George Williams, colored, was killed In the Central jards hero about 1 o'clock this morning. The man had been working near Thonmsboro for some time, but It is not known where ho came trom. Tho trainmen say be was walking along the tracks until the train was close to him, when he appeared to deliberately step In front of it. Tho body was hoirlbly cut up.
Marriage at Pontiac. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Marriage at Pontiac. Pontlao, June s.—(Special.)—Today' at 12 o'clock at tho residence of tho parents of tho brido-eleet, Mr. and Mrs. 11. 'C. Hobbs, occurred the mairlngo of Miss Edith I. lloubb to Mr. Browning Reed of ZnnesWlle, 0. Tho ceremony was performed by Rev. D. O. Bradfuid, chaplain of the house of leprosentathes nt SpringHeld in the presence of the immediate relatives and fi lends o' the bude. The wedded pair left on Ihe afternoon Illinois Cential train for Troy, 0., where reside the parents of the groom, who will tender them a loceptlon Thursday. Mr. Reed is a young man of excellent reputation uud Is engaged In tho electrical business in 55nnef-\l!!e. Ills bride Is tho only daughter and lb a &gt;oung lady of most excellent worth and attainments. The young couple will make their home In Zaiiesville..
Two Deaths at Farmer City. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Two Deaths at Farmer City. Farmer City, June s.—(Special.)—This morning occurred tho sudden death of Mrs. Stlmler ut her home, threo miles south of Farmer City. She had retired at the usual time and feeling ns well as ever. During the night her grandson heard her up, but thougut nothing of it. This morning she was found silting on a-chair in her loom quite dead. Heart disease was the cause of her death. Mrs. Stlmler was about SO jours of age and hnd resided near Fanner City for the vast thirty-five jeais. Her husband died many years ago. A granddaughter, Mrs. 'Willlam E. Oapcn, resides in Bloomlngton.
ADAM MELIZA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
ADAM MELIZA. Farmer City, June s.—(Special.) Mr. Adam MelUa died at his homo in this city Tuesday at 1:15 o'clock. He was 111 about ten dajs. his death being caused by heart trouble. He hud lived In the city for the past eight yeurs. but in this Immediate neighborhood foi fifty years. He was aged 71 &gt;ears and leaves n wife and four children. The funeral was held at the M. E. church at Farmei City, this afternoon arid was conducted by the pastor. Rev. W. D. W. llngllsh. assisted by Hev. J. I. Gunn The inteiment was at Maple Grovo coineterj. Th-re was a large attendance at the church and at the burying ground.
Reports From the Storm. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Reports From the Storm. Ilopedale, Juno s.—(Special.)—A heavy rain visited this place this evening about 6 o'clock. It was accompanied. by heavy thunder with vivid flashes of lightning, which rent Iho clouds in nil diiectlons. This was one of tho heaviest thunder storms that has \islted us far a long time The rain was very much needed as It had been several woeys since wo had a good shower.
CELLULOSE PLANT DAMAGED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
CELLULOSE PLANT DAMAGED. Lincoln, June s.—(Special.)—This \iclnlty was visited this evening nbout u o'clock by n very severe wind, electric and lain storm. During the Blorm hull full. The amount of water that fell was largo ninny collais being Hooded. The sewors were not lingo enough nud tho Hi cots in \soiuo iGfceos wvro regular sti earns. Some dnmago wan dono by tho wind, water and electricity. Lightning sti nek tho Cellulose factory heio and consumed three large rlclcs of coin stalks.' Lo.'s ? 1,500.
Escaped From Peoria Jail. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Escaped From Peoria Jail. I'corln, June e.—(Special.)—About tho middle of the foienoou today thoro was an unhappy incident at the county Jail which lluow Turnkey lleniy Johnson and everybody else Into a btate of nio'st and feverIbh excitement, it has not abated xet, for the cilsls has not yet passed, llrlelly told, the fuioie Is over tho escape of a pilDoner, llcniv Lewis by name, a negro held for burglnil/liiK tho saloon of I. ManU. and anested by order of the chief of police, who took the man on biispiclou, and had Ills suspicions combined later.
Prettyman-Hornish. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Prettyman-Hornish. Pekln, Juno G.—(Special.)'— John U. I'leUMmin and Mlsb Ella It. llornlbh, two piomlnont young pcuplo of this city, wonman led this morning at the residence of Mrs. Fiances lloinlsh, oil Walnut btrcoi. Nov. F. M. Smith, pastor of the First llaptlst church, pel formed the ceremony In tho presence of numerous u&gt;lallvi&gt;s ami a few of the moio lntlnmlo friends. The |ia:lora were beautifully decorated with (lowers mid polled plantH. After tho eongiatulntlous a bountiful wedding breakfast was served. Mr. l'rottyinun Is tho Becletnry of the Champaign Water "Works i-ompnny of Champaign. Ills bride Is one of l'ekin's most popular young Indies.
Pekin Pointers. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Pekin Pointers. Pekln, June 0 —(Special.)—Tho funeral of the lato Moses 13. Dowdnll occurred this afternoon from tho English M. 13. church, ol which ho wns a member. Rev. 13. 11. .luhiibun outdated. Tho funeral was largoIs - attended, the Masonic fiateinity being nut in foice. At Lakeside cemetery Louis Zengcr delivered the Mubonlc builal oiatlon. A. L. Champion, Henry Schwartz, Jesse Dlnck, Piof. Felmley of Normal and Edvuuil Hollliib loft this afternoon ror Spring Lake by boat for a couple of days' fishing. Man lags licenses woio issued to John H. Pioltyman, 25, of Champaign, and Ella It. lloinlsh, 22. or Pekln; John Eyhuson, 211, of Gnlebbuig, and Miss Allcu McFnrlin. 2S. of Peoria. It commenced,to rain here this nftornoon ancn-j keeping It up to tho Joy, not only af the farmers..hut everyone. If it keeps up for the- next twenty-four hours It will bo of Immense value. The finance committee of tho board of supervlßom is checking up the books of till' county olllcers, making ready ...