"..., •khii Au*traUan cricketers were happily •■wit when the fruit was served.
O«loa*l EdmundPendleton Died.
Richmond, July 27.—Colonel Bd-owl Pendleton, widely known PJJWiout Virginia and the eouth, wad ... of Philadelphia, died. The fruit was eateu a week ago and all who partook o* ft were made ill, one of the number July 21, the medical certificate gastric enteritis. An inquest be held in the case of Mr. Bartlett ... at Lexington.EAST LIYCEBU BANDITS KILLED.
Some of the Outlaw* Taken Prisoner* by Our Men — Menages Deceived From Gen. OU*.
Washington, July 27.—Three cable messages from General Otis were received at the war ... fortified position. One private was killed, name not given. No other casualties. The enemy’s loss was five bandits..."
Richmond, July 27.—Colonel EdmundPendleton, widely known throughout the south, died at Lexington, Va.
The modern grocery store has reached that stage in its development that makes ... Uomlign'i President Killed *1
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Fort de Frnnce, Island of Martinique, July 27.—General UlyHies Heureaux, president of the Dominican republic, wa* assassinated at Moca, Santo Domingo ... Wenceslao Figuereon, immediately uj>on the announcement of i president's death, assumed the direction of affairs.
Remains of President Heureaux will probably he taken to Santo Domingo for j the furneral ... returned from Jefferson yesterday.
| Drink Mount Vernon Pure Rye at the Exposition saloon. 10Of
' Miss Millie Marwilski returned yesterday from Hearne.
"...Klingcnsmith, 16, Youngstown, O., leaned on his gun. It slipped and was discharged, killing him.
Col. EdmundPendleton, 75, Lexington, Va., died, Wednesday, of paralysis. Was a prominent lawyer.
N. Rienbeauch ... 's, imprisonment. There seems to be little doubt about his guilt. The mitigating circumstance is a large family dependent upon him. This has enlisted the wide sympathy aniong hebre-yvs. Tiie governor' has asserted ... , from starvation. Hos-kiris says that the number of lives lost on that trail cannot be estimated. Many were drowned, some were lost in the dense wilderness and starved to death, some went mad as a result ... of the hardships they encountered, and many found death in other ways.
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SEATTLE, Wash., July 27.—A. Kyle, who..."