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THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT.
A Street Railway Office In Fair
mount Park Robbed of $4,000.
THEY GOT TWO DAYS RECEIPTS
Is CmployM Douad sad Gassed, While
Masked Nit Blit the Safe Opea
Cat tat Telepboee 4 tdiffiph
wires te the city,
Philadelphia, June ta Masked
fobbcrs, probably tea In number,
raided the receiving office of the Fair
mount Park Transportation company
at lieltnoot la Fairmouat park early
this morning. After "holding up"
the receiver and five other employes
v of the railway, they blew open the
aafe, securing 11,000, the company's
receipts for two days.
Frank Leaven, receiver! Frank Wat
too and Uonry II. Whltehouse, eon
duotors Jaines Caranaugh, fireman of
powerhouse) Philip Eaves, electrician,
- and William Cadmus, laborer, were
bound band and foot with wire. ,. In
addition to the men who actually com
mltted the robbery, others operated
miles away from the scene by destroy
lug telegraph and telephone wires
connecting with the trolley company's
The Falrmount Park Transporter
Hon company operates various lines of
trolley cars through the park. The traf
- flc is unusually heavy on Saturdays and
Sundays. Sis men, employee, were (a
the office when the burglars made
their appearanoe. Each robber was
armed with two revolvers and they
took the employes completely by sur
prise. It was the work of a few mo
meats for the robbers to pinion the
workmen, who were rolled over to one
side of the room, with their faces to
the wall. Ten minutes later the safe
was cracked and the gang fd,
Frank Levan, the night receiver,
one of the men gagged and bound by
the robbers, told the story of his ex
perience. "While I was standing at the office
door, I heard footsteps In the rear.
, Turning, I saw two men with masks
on their faces. They had two big re
volvers and took me into the cinder
room and tied my hands and feet with
wire and laid me upon the floor, with
my face to the wall. In the conduc
tors' room I saw Whltehouse was also
being bound and gagged, '
"When we were laid upon the floor
a man wae detailed to guard us, In a
few minutes in eame another victim,
whom I think was Watson, a conduc
tor, and he went through the same
thing. Then two more came in and
were bound. The burglars worked
quietly. It only took then ten mln
utee to blow the safe.
"The guard frequently threatened
to shoot as if we made the least out
ery or motion. I think they must
have had a wagon to take away the
eash, for it waa very heavy to get
"Shortly after the money was taken
out our guards left Finally Philip
Eaves, the eleotrlcian, got himself un
loosened, and he then unloosened us.
"I tried to reach the olty hall by
wire, but the wires, of both telephones
had been out and I had to run la the
pitch dark across country to Belmont
pumping station, where I gave the
alarm and they informed the deteo
AIL TO SAIL BY JULY 15.
Oils Cable Thai Three :eglmeatt, la
Udlag Mebraakaat, Leave at Oaea,
Washirotos, June Sa General
Otis cables to the war department:
"Transport Indiana with 134 offioers
and soldiers discharged as sick, with
civilians, left for Han Franolseo via
Nagasaki yesterday. Hancock and
Sherman with Nebraska, Pennslyva
nla and Utah leave for United States
as soon as troops can be placed In
readiness. Callforolans will leave as
soon as collected. Colorado to follow
on first available transport.
"All volunteer organisations here
desire muster out San Francisco."
Adjutant General Oorbta ssld to.
day that General Otis' dispatch stst-
tog ibal toe Nebraska, Pennsylvania
and Utah volunteers would leave Ma
nila at onee for San Franolseo, tndl.
eated that the commanding general la
the Philippines now saw his wsy elear
to return all the volunteer furoe to
this eauelry. General Corbln aatd
that while all of General tHle' cable
gram waa aot made public, the gen
oral gave no letiuiatioa of whea the
Twentieth Kansas or asy other vale,
teer regtmeats would leave the Phil
ippine, but that he had ao doubt
that the entire iwulr force would
have left foe kea tteaeteeo by Jely U
Otis sw fMH tMwiii
Wasaisetos, Jaee t& M.r 0a
eral Wis he rtrt4 la the War de
partateat aa a44ttUiael lut f avat.
lie eatuag the svtdte?. esder his cum.
wa4 eatwualiaf U ate men hilled
outright and e a dead foot dilate
Wwaada. and ttiy woaeded, tartly
A PNMk U AeeteoU
Yktoatt, H U, Jane t The r
e at tta atialag dtstrlet, Meat
AettreUa. are. eeurdteg to eJtteae
hmigat h the HafviesMs, fftUg
UMwsga the faUar e4 tha water Me
aad aiteelea weUa, eevtrat hat i eg
tiled at thirst dart May. Illaea are
cluead dvwa aad haadrada ata
throw out ef eoaptay meet Sad thee
a'vee aehle U pay the esetktUNt
Cm dseasaded tW water ft data
ittea. Ike preeeet eharga t teety
eate a galtoe) at the aeareel reiiahle
a-ea at . aad about HM le
aU4 fee delivery,
FUNST0N WANTS TO RETURN.
The Eaneaa and General Hale Aoxloat le
' Leave t be Philippine.
Makila, June la The United States
transport Sherman, which sailed from
San Francisco May SI with 1,800 men
and seventy-five officers, under com
mand of Brigadier General Fred D.
Grant, has arrived here after a smooth
voyage. One private died after the
, The troops brought by the trans
port will go to the Island of Negros to
relieve the California troops. General
Bates, who arrived on the transport,
and General Grant will probably be
assigned to the command of the volun
teer generals, somo of whom will
leave for home soon.
Generals Hale and Funs ton desire
to accompany their regiments home.
The Utah artillery, It Is announced,
will accompany the Nebraska on board
the transport Hancock, leaving their
guns here The Pennsylvauians will
start for home on the transport Sen
tor this week. The Indiana sailed
to-day with '600 discharged and sick
soldiers. She will go into dock for a
few days at Nagasaki, Japan.
Veaod dallty ol Trale Bobbery aad
,.V sentenced te Tea Tears.
Sidaha, Mo.. June SO. The jury ia
the Stubbleiield train robbery case re
turned a verdict finding the defendant
guilty and fixing his punishment at
tea years la the penitentiary. The
trial of James I, West, Stubble field's
pal, will commence to-day. y
Dere Section Man Killed,
CtcvELAVD, Ohio, June to. Blue
Petrle, a railroad section hand, proved
himself a hero yesterday, and waa fa
tally injured in an attempt to save a
woman from death. Mrs. Jennie Price
was riding a wheel across the Lake
shore track at the entrance to Gordon
park and fell in frtt of an approaoh
ing train. Patrle, who had been de
tailed to assist the flagman at the
crossing, ran to Mrs. Prloe'a assist
ance, but both he and the woman
were run down, Mrs. Price lost a leg
and an arm and suffered a fracture of
the skull, while her rescuer was
struck by the pilot of the engine and
was picked up insensible from a bad
wound In the head The woman re
talned consciousness, but the pbysi
clans say both will die.
' Appeal te oaes for Aid.
Toledo, Ohio, June 20. Mayor
Jones has issued an open letter la an
swer to several thousand people all
over the country who have made ap
peals to him for personal aid. Mr.
Jones' mall since his campaign for
mayor has been enormous, keeping a
force of clerks busy opening and sort
Ing. Many of these lettere have been
appeals for personal help in every
conceivable form. Mr. Jones states
that while he ia an advocate of the
theory of the brotherhood of man, it
Is impossible to give these people the
assistance desired or find time to
write an answer to each.
Weal Merrier Be called.
Niw Yobk, June 80. The Central
Federated Labor union vesterdav
adopted a resolution instructing its
secretary to write to President Mo
tuniey ana the war department de
manding the recall and trial by court
martial of General Merrlam, because
of his policy regarding the striking
miners of Couer D'Alene, Idaho. A
commission was also appointed to
draft resolutions denouncing Genera)
loha Collies la a New Hole,
Leaven wohtii, Kan., June f0.
John Collins, the young Topekan now
serving a life sentence in the Lansing
4enltentiary for the murder of his
father, can now claim authorship
honors. He has written and printed
with his own hands a most creditable
pamphlet which he has entitled "A
Brief Description of the Life of the
Prisoners in the Kansaa State Prison."
Klevea riremea lajarad.
Omaha, Neb, June SO. At an early
hour the building occupied by Allen
Bros.' wholesale grocery waa discover
ed on Are. The damage to the stock
is estimated at 1100, ooo, and la covered
by 1170,00a During the progress of
the Are a tnagaaloe tilled with powder,
which the firemen were removing to a
place of salaty, exploded. Kievea
Bremen, Indudtig the ehlef, wera In
jured, two seriously,
v AnlaoMbtlee la t'bleaf
CutcAea, June saTbe details ol
organ Isattoa of the lltiaula litest rte
VehWU Trentportatloa company are
now all but completed aad the
eoiitpeny eipeets within a mouth to
have aulowaHle ruealug la Chicago,
The eotupaay will hav a authorise
capital af .M,(hw,i4
Te lloe t AIm TrMo.
New Yoae, June Id The World
ssyst Teataiaay tt gulag to array It
self sflat tr title, lis luMrth (
J! wltrtutt this year will ha
atalety detvled I auaadieg the eatt
trt r ery to the etiie W
Ta stoke te el (Woeteita
New Yoa. June m. Hee are ha
Ug tahea tu tore a eUllt eutaVtea
with a eeplUl at i.M,U" Us pro
RMtete say that. If taey am
M la earning eat ther Idea. I, tea,.
vi tMa of ewraetalhe that are hwraed
f left Mt hf fsrvaeva will poa
soaa a valaa at H par ttew W, sV
Tata, rereoeaMti a tyadleaie el BV
lala, ( hWaga aad Ksasas Mif rapt
tallata. Is her praesutlag I ha deal
The ayadteaualUeaishUsa tea plaata
throegh'tat the auaattV ta waiafc
wtU he) Ut Kaasas aad Vet h
What the Little Republic Expects to
Do In Case of War With Britain,
ALLEGED PLAN OF CAMPAIGN,
tfter fllowlng Dp the Klnberlef Diamond
Mlaei, General Joabert KipeeM Sa
, Mareb to Cape Town, Capture It and
Dictate Peace Term.
LoNDoir, June 20, The St James
Gazotte claims to have received from
an absolutely reliable source at Pre
toria, capital of the Transvaal, the
plan of campaign which will be fol
lowed by General Joubert, com
mander-in-chief of the Boers, in the
event of war between the Transvaal
and Great Britain.
General Joubert's force, It appears,
will consist of 20,000 men armed with
Mauser rifles. In addition to this
army ha will have forty-six quick
firing guns and 1,000 artillerymen.
Most of the artillerymen ara drawn
from the Gorman and Dutch armies.
With these troops and help expected
from the Orange Free State, Joubert
expects to take the offensive immedi
ately after the declaration of war,
enter the Orange Free State and march
on Klmberly, the British diamond
mining center in West Griqualand,
which forms four of the seventy divi
sions of Cape Colony, Klmberly is
about 100 miles northwest of Iiloem
In his march on Klmberly, Joubert
will use the railroad as far as availa
ble. He expects to capture the town
with slight loss and blowup the De
Beers diamond mine. Simultaneous
ly, it Is added, the railroad from Cape
lawn to Bulawayo ia Matabelelaad
will be destroyed by Boer sympathis
ers aad agents la Cape Colony, who
will destroy alio the Port Elizabeth
Pretoria Una south of Bloemfonteln,
to prevent the British from using it.
Finally, immediately after Klmber
ley is captnred, General Joubert will
advance on Capetown, the capital of
Cape Colony, on the south coast This
march of hundreds of miles will lead
through the western provinces, where
the Dutch predominate and are ex
pected to join the Boera
Joubert calculates that be will be
master of Capetown a fortnight after
the declaration of war and that be
will then be able to dictate terms of
peace. . . v.
SLIPPED PAST THE STRIKERS.
"orators firing Men from Vert Veot
lata the Tale Camp.
(TTSOUBO, Kan., June 20. A Mis
souri Pacific freight train from Fort
Scott backed down to the dump at
the Yale mine of the Western Coal and
Mining company this morning without
attracting attention. Tea negroes,
nine men and one woman, who had
Men brought from Des Moioes, Iowa,
were unloaded. They went at once
Into the shaft house.
This aotlon was a surprise to the
minera There is no stockade around
the Yale shaft, nothing except a thick
barbed wire fenoe, a sort of trocha.
The company has, however, au armed
guard of fourteen men at Yale,
who carry Winchesters and have
made the impression among the
miners that they ara "bad men."
The miners had watched the
switch, where the men were
brought in, every night for a week,
but they did not think the operators
would bring them in la broad day
light, and no miner was present when
the tram arrived, It was followed by
a special train with deputy marshals
and mine officials who came through
to Pittsburg when it waa apparent
that there would be no trouble imme
diately. A train with three coaches packed
with negroes left Fort Scott just
ahead of the freight for Yale. The
men were said to be going to Lehigh,
L T., where the Missouri Pacifioowna
mines that are Idle, but It la believed
that If the little party sent here to
day does not make trouble the train
sent to Lehigh will come back. The
bringing of a small force at this time
Is In the nature of a "feeler." Yale
Is one of the big mining camps and
loo men are needed before the mine
can run at anything near Its full
A Mesleaa Oeeeraev la Altead,
LasVkoas, N. M., June 2 ft Word
vse received here from Chihuahua,
Me i loo, that Governor Ahumada, of
that province, will attend the "Hough
Ulders'" reunion here as president
Diss's peroneal representative, Gov
eraor Ahumada will tie escorted by
the nllltaty tund of Chihuahua, u um
bering so pleees, A number ol "Hough
Ulders have already arrived here.
Outer nor Murphy of Artsona will be
Peegea etele Tret la a OMWtaa,
I van a ik Vf,t Jae to, Aa east
toaad Nrthera I'soldn freight train
euiuded with aa eurlaa trala re
luratag fnw Astoria, one wile eaet of
Maloa ststtoa. The eeata tt the ed
lUloa Is said la have a tultuuder
staadtag of arders oa the part of the
Irala laea. tl I. Melt, oa the Astoria
train, was hilled aad t pereuas
a ere tajure4
W I Seat ttleea U tea Ia4a
Kiieetos, Jamaica, Jaae 14 The
fttverameat of Tilaldad hat deelded
la aUpt the Maieval aystea of wire
Ua telegraphy M vH.aalatUt
with taa depeadeeey tl Tehag Tw
hegu la aa isUad la taa Vt lad ward
groap at the Ihr.llsh Weat ladtea,
talrt'lwo bstlea htag t twelve wide,
twealffar tle northeast of Tvtal
dad. Itwaeeaded l tdeat twttaMs
hy reae la Its.
Taa lawyer deals I aretes aad dia
fataa aj theaa hf the ease.
NO PROTECTION FROM CHINA,
Mlae loaarles Hardered While Cadet
Tloxa Koo, June 2a It has been
developed that the Rev. n. S. Phillips,
Mra Phillips and Miss Sears, mission
aries of the Church Missionary So
ciety, who, with three native converts,
were recently killed in the province
of Ngan-Uwei, had Bought protection
of the yamen at Klen Yang. The ya-
men, not being strong enough to pro
tect them, sent the party under escort
to Klen Nlng Fu, but the missionaries
were murdered on the way,
It is reported that the natives de
stroyed also the church, parsonage
and hospital at Klen Nlng Fu.
The British consul is active in the
matter, but the floods interfere with
BUSY DAY FOR MR, M'KINLEY,
Crowds ef Cerloat Cltlsene follow the
IIoltokjc, Masa, June 20. Sunday
for the President was anything but
the day of rest that was hoped for,
The continual crowding of the curious
citizens, the immense jam at the
church and later in the day an unex
pected and totally unprepared for re
ception In connection with the bac
calaureate exercises at Mount Holyoke
eollege made the day long and tire
some for alL The President was not
content with going once to ohureh,
but went twice, leaving Mrs. McKln-
ley in tha bands of her lady friends on
Te Kreet a Joint Monument.
Vabcouvkb, B. C, June 20. Aus
tralian advices say that tha officers of
the British and American warships,
who have been fraternizing during
tha recent trouble in Samoa, have da
elded to erect a joint monument to
tha memory of the English speaking
men slain ia the various engagements.
It is intended to erect a granite mon
ument with the names of tha British
engraved on one panel and the Amer
icans oa the other. Surmounting the
roll of the killed will be the British
aad American flags intertwined.
Old oncers to Hold Over.
.boovvkb, B. C, June 20. Late
Honolulu papers publUh President
McKlnley's formal official announce
ment directing that the general elec
tion provided for by the constitution
of the republic of Hawaii, to be held
on the last Wednesday of September
next, shall not be held. All native
officers whose terms of office shall ex
pire before appropriate legislation
shall have been enacted by Congress
shall be continued in their offices a
tha pleasure of the President
till Think Drer'as Gallty.
PABis, June 20. General Mercier,
who was minister of warwhen Cap
tain Dreyfus was condemned, spoke
publicly lor the first time since the
court of cassation rendered its decis
ion, at a meeting of tha French Patri
otic League yesterday. He declared
his absolute conviction of tha guilt of
Captain Dreyfus and hia belief that
tha Iiennes court-martial would fear
lessly ascertain the truth and do itr
Hot aa Aet of God.
Eat Claibe, Wis., June 2a Ia nine
pulpits here the New Richmond tor
nado waa the subject of the sermons.
The general sentiment expressed was
that it waa a mysterious dispensation
of Providence, but the Rev. Mr. Joseph
Moran of the Episcopal church said it
was the devilish work of an unknown
power and not the act of God.
Vederatloa of Zlonlate,
Baltimobe, June 20. The seoond
annual oonferenoe of tha Federation
of Zionists opened yesterday, to be
continued until Monday night The
federation has for its object the colo
nizing of Palestine with Hebrews and
assisting and encouraging the Hebrew
colony already in Palestine.
Threatened to Strike.
Baltimore, June 20. Two thousand
employes of the marina department,
Maryland Steel Company, held a meet
ing and determined to atrlke at the
end of seven daya. It their demands
for a nine hour day and weekly pay
ments were not acceded to by the
Homo Canting ef Deer fa
linker, franca, June So Oa the ar
rival of the hfas. which le bringing
Captain Dreyfus troro French Guiana
for a new trial by court martial, a
torpedo boat destroyer will meet the
cruiser and transfer Dreyfus to the
Wfcp there U trteea t
New Yoka, June lu The Drifts
eoatroverey aad the twitting MaUlffert
trial are glvea ae the eauoee of the
abandonment of the Calvary Pmhy
terlaa eharea hy taa ewagregstwa.
The building will t suld for a Jewish
Panraees ( ee4 he Cared.
hy toeeJ applwatiuae, aa they raaaot
rra tha dneoeed porUo ut the ear.
There ks aty wae war tt tar dWoeeo,
aad that ta by auaettlaUoaal remetlMo,
Mhteae iaeaaaed hy aa lafUuted
dittua t4 the Mwroee ha la ft the fee.
tofaiaatebe, sa thai tuba gets ia
S tated joe lev ruethlMt saatv
leirawt eeartag, aad whea It a) entire
ly ettteed d-aloenn ts tha reeaiV aad aa
a the Maataikta taa ha take, oat
aad the lake reetoratl ta I la sua
dtttaMh, hearing adl ha sVwtrAre4 hwev
aiaaeaasa oat at tea ara raaeed hy
ralenh, a I aatniJ hat aa la
ftaei enadtttoe) at tha atamtaa sartaea,
Ws aul gie ooe haadreti aVUaralvt
any taat J aWaeas leaae4 ht eatarthl
that eaaaal ha eared h llail a Catarrh
('ra Mad hw 4ralr. tree.
F. 1. 1 asset A Cu, 1SkeJa Q.
ahl If dvacgwta !&A
FOR STORM SUFFERERS.
CoTernor Poynter Appeals to the Gener
one Nebraekane tor Aid.
Adjutant General Barry, who went
Herman to investigate the needs of the
tornado sufferers telegraphed Governor
Poynter that the people had been sup
plied with provisions but that they
needed clothing and shelter. The gov
ernor made arrangements to send fifty
tents. He Issued the following appeal
to the people of tho state:
"The terrible disaster which has
overtaken our fellow citizens at the
town of Herman, in Washington coun
ty, whereby their homes have been en
tirely swept away and they left utterly!
destitute, should appeal to our warm
est sympathy. I am informed that
they are in special need of bedding and
clothing, The generous citizens of
near by towns and country have met
their immediate wants in the matter
of food. Tents have been forwarded
to afford their temporary shelter, and
I feel sure the generous public will not
allow them to suffer for bedding and
clothing. Anything in this nature
ant to the mayor of Herman will
afford much needed relief,"
The fifty tents sent to Herman were
bought by the governor at Crete for
the use of tha national guard. The
tents were shipped from Crete to Capt,
J. L. Wilson, formerly a national guard
officer who is in charge of the police at
Herman, and were expected to reach
Herman last Friday.
Adjutant General Bany says ha did
not find it necessary to order out the
guards, but that the condition of af
fairs at Herman were worse than first
Cross Country Riders
W, B. Inman and H. D. Hunter, oi
Hamilton, O., wera in Lincoln Satur
day. They are enroute to San Fran
ciaco, riding bicycles. They left their
Ohio home May 28, and expect to make
the trip inside of three months. They
ound a great deal of mud through Illi
nois and Iowa. Their cyclometers
show a distance of 030 miles trav
or any other bodies who wish to work
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f'ulorailu Knriaira 7:35 a. ta. 'ridav.
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the abore ws have reduced rates to many
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and, rate $24.16, limit June 14.
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rate 115.50, limit 80 days.
Buffalo, N. Y., Jane 11 and 12, rate
$27.80, limit July 2.
Los Angeles, N. E. A. Jons 25, to July
8, rate $52.00, limit Sep. 4.
Detroit July 8. 4, and 5 (D. S. C. E.),
rate $28.06. limit Aug. 15.
Richmond, Va (B. Y, P. D.) July 10K
11, and 12, rate $84.10, limit Aug. 1ft.
Indianapolis July 18, 19 and 20, rate
$20.00, limit Aug. 20.
A. 8. Fiildino.
C.T. A., 117 Bo. 10th St.
C BeRiws s. 12th st
Teeth extracted without pala.
Porcelain FilllDgs. -Gold
Crowns and Bridge work
Oas administered for the
painless extraction of teeth.
Set of Teeth, $5.
All work warranted.
21 years' experiense. ,
Lincoln - - Nebraska
ABB YOUGOINO TO
Chicago or the East?.
The Through Express From
Chicago Express from Kans. City
In addition to Pullman Sleepers, Free
Chair Cars, and the Best Dining Car Ser
Ice In the World, are equipped with
BUFFET LIBRARY SMOKING CARS
furnished In club style and supplied with
latest periodicals, illustrated papers and
a select library of recent fiction.
ARE YOU GOING TO
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TRY THE COLORADO FLYER.
Fast, carries dining oars and Pullman
sleepers. Leaves Omaha 6:40 p. m.j
Kansas City 6:80 p. m.j St Joseph 4:50
p. m., and arrire at Dourer and Colorado
Springs next morning,
J no. Sedabtuh, E. W. Thompson
a.P.AT.A.,Chicago. A.G.P. & T.A.,
Fbink n. Babnks, C. P. 4 T. A.,
Conservatory of Music.
The best and cheapest school ol muslo
In the state, baring the largee number
ol pupils during the past year. 8end lor
illustrated sourenir catalogue.
A. ALTON 1IADLKY, President .
CLEMENS MOYICa, Dlrmtor.
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