21 Sept 1894 Prosecutor William C. Hultz

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of Robert Lesh, of Online, the drove J. made expectation was made quarter the making the mile was the :81. Driver for the Track Robert J.'s fearful, of the track save beat his rec-ord steady without apparent drove the made in Other unusually and Robbed 21. A brutal Thursday part of the John Johns, were to Plymouth, stopped demanded Arabians attempted when one Mikshiver. heart and he heaviest rainstorm season fell. hero Thursday evening, accompanied with haiL The sewers were unable to carry the water end many cellars were filled. Considerable V&mage was. done- to win dowsjby haiL ' -.-.11. WILLIS IS - ACQ U ITT ED,...,;, The Slayer ot Attorney Bnlta Goes Free - at TlDcenatea, Ind. . VrscESsrxs, Ind.; Sept. 2L The Willis murder trial ended-Thursday night at 9 ovelock, when the jury rendered its verdict of acquittal. The case has been on trial for two weeks In the Knox circuit court. L. H. Willis was on trial for killing William C. Hultz the day before last Christmas. Mr. Willis was ex-sheriff and Hultz, his victim, the prosecuting attorney of Sullivan county, Ind. Hultz had ruined Willis' wife and destroyed his home. Willis obtained a divorce and sued Hultz for 825,000 damages, but the calamity that came - on him unbalanced his mind and he started out to find his enemy, Willis dressed up in a , most outlandish disguise with 'fierce whiskers, gum boots and tattered overcoat. Meeting Attorney Hultz on the streets of Sullivan early in the morning he emptied two barrels of his gun in Hultz's body, killing him instantly. The defense was insanity. AMERICAN APPLES WANTED. Fallare of tbe English Crop Opens Up m Market for tbe United State. Lojnxw, Sept. 21. There is a great scarcity of apples in England. Prices are high. - The continental supplies are becoming exhausted. Most of the Bolding and Ed Von der Ver. Christmas eve, 1891, in the Indian country. FIREMEN ;AND THE STRIKE. Brotberbood Denounces ThoM Who Went ' !'--Oat Ttecanse of Sympathy. " Harrisbcbg, ; Pa., Sept. ; 2L The .Brotherhood 7f Firemen ' at its session on inursaay aooptea a series ox reso lutions denouncing the action of those members who struck through sympathy with Pullman strikers; pledging the brotherhood hereafter to abide by all its agreements and to await the action of the grand lodge officers before going out on & strike; protesting against the other labor organizations on strike attempting to induce the members of the brotherhood to join them through sympathy, declaring ag-alnst the-no-sition of Vice Grand Master Hannair&n in the Pullman strike in advising members not to work with the non-union men, and approving that of Grand Master Sargent and other grand lodge officers. The convention gave Hannahan another slap by reducing his salary from 81,350 yearly to $3,500 and leaving those of other grand lodge officers undisturbed. Twelve thousand dollars was voted for the relief of firemen who went out during the Lehigh Valley strikes who are still idle. Grand Master ! Sargent and Grand Secretary and Treasurer Arnold were directed by the convention to remove the headquarters from Terre Haute to a place selected by them. After listening to a speech from Eugene V. Debs the convention adjourned finally, to meet two years ' hence at Galveston, Tex. . JjEFFxnsowvxus, ' Ind.;- Sept. L Thomas J. I vers and Nannie Hart eloped to this city and were married by Magistrate Keigwin. The couple same from Henry , county, Ky., to escape the wrath of parents. The pair irode in a buggy 23 miles to the nearest railroad station, where they boarded a train for this point. Jewell a S-orprlse.' Ixdiakapolix, Ind., Sept. 2L The races Thursday were witnessed by 12,-t06 people. The sensations of the afternoon were the performances of JJerry Chimes in cutting his mark down to 2:08K and of Jewell, who took the fifth heat and then the sixth of the 2:14 pace in 2.-06K- , Death of a Veteran. Pbxxckton, Ind., Sept. 21. -Samuel E. Williams, aged 01, died of apoplexy in this city Thursday. Mr. Williams was first superintendent of the Louisville, Evansville & St. Louis railroad. He also served in : the late war in the First Indiana cavalry. Acquitted of Murder. Vrs CKssts, Ind., Sept. 2L Tho Willis murder trial ended. Thursday night at 9 o'clock, when the jury rendered its verdict of acquittal of the defendant. Willis was ex-sheriff and Hultz prosecuting attorney of Sullivan county. Willis' plea was insanity. Brought Good Prices. Wabash, Ind., Sept. 21. The annual auction sale of the White River Jersey Cattle company occurred near here Thursday. Sixty head of cows, calves and bulla were sold at an average price ' Unm V Branyan. Jubo ; , 5. la Booms 7 ana a Z R. Keisey, EZLT Al jBlipp. Pron pr. at te tln busi-aeas. G. W. South Cigars. Tobacco, L?anis anrl lm nape a s u t d sauvs s oui s v place in the city Havana 6 cent s.ive v ire Pittsburgh, Dillon, of the was instantly catchinfr hold Ohio and , East , wind blew the one end across picked it up to immediately fell and four children. Hog Bloominotok, cholera is raging- in McLean . are dying in have

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  2. 21 Sep 1894, Fri,
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