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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Kansas, (search)
une 23, 1891 United States Senator Plumb dies at Washington, D. C., of apoplexy......Dec. 20, 1891 Bishop W. Perkins appointed United States Senator by the governor in place of Plumb, qualifies......Jan. 5, 1892 Bob and Emmet Dalton, Joseph Evans, and Texas Jack, shot and killed by citizens while attempting to rob the First National and Condon's banks in Coffeyville; four citizens are killed in the affray......morning of Oct. 5, 1892 L. D. Lewelling elected governor by the Populists, Jan. 16, 1900, is dismissed......April 24, 1900 The Republican claimants for minor State offices are granted an appeal from the circuit court to the court of appeals......April 24, 1900 In the United States district court for Kentucky, Judge Evans sentences O'Neill, Locke, Crites, and Mullen to three years in the Nashville penitentiary and to pay a fine of $100 each for conspiring to prevent negroes from voting at the November (1899) election......April 25, 1900 The United States Sup
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), South Carolina, (search)
rs bestowed on trustees of the Clemson Agricultural College at session......Nov. 25–Dec. 24, 1890 Col. Samuel B. Pickens dies at Charleston......Sept. 17, 1891 Nathaniel Duncan Ingraham, formerly of the United States navy (Koszta affair), afterwards in the Confederate service, dies at Charleston......Oct. 16, 1891 Maj. George Washington Earle, of Darlington, noted mathematician and civil engineer, dies......May 5, 1892 State redistricted as to congressional districts......1893 Evans liquor law goes into effect, by which the State assumes control of the sale of intoxicants......July 1, 1893 State dispensary act took effect......July 1, 1893 First State dispensary in Charleston opened; first day's sales, $50......Aug. 22, 1893 Cyclone on the coast of Georgia and South Carolina; 1,000 lives lost......Aug. 28, 1893 Three counties in rebellion against State authority on account of the State dispensary law; militia called out......March 31–April 1, 1894 Govern