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THE SIOUX C0U3ITY JOURNAL
L. J. HUOXI, liaels-r.
HARRISON, - - NEBRASKA
K t ks ciUinCtulllMalUw tmrmtmn
St. Pacl, Mum, July 0. The state
exacutivs oonunitUa of ths Fwdk!
Adiancs metTussdsy ia this city ud
iater a oonfsreeas tor the purpose of or
ganising th tit people's party in
Minnesota was Lld. Mr. Donnelly who
was appointed cbairuta of tbo Mines
suu state committee by the Cincinnati
convention, press ntsd tbo um of
i ull nata committaa and hoped it would
meet with acceptance. Senator Homps,
iedr of tha anti-Donnelly alliance
taction, objaotod to tha naw committee,
because it ignored tha existing aihano
campaign committaa. Ha bald that tha
O ncinnati couvsotioa proposed naw
uummittaaa only in unorganized. Tba
debate than craw warm, and finally
motion waa wade for a committed
live to report a com prom tea, three
utid committaa to be tha three appoint
ed at Cincinnati Donnelly objected
strenuously, but tha motion carried,
'1 hia committee of five announced a naw
commutes lata in the afternoon, di
vided between the two tactions. An
other fight then aroae on some members
. of the committee in tba course of which
tx Piesident R. J. Hall denounced Ed'
i-or Tisb of tba Great West as a traitor
ad called bim a liar when the latter at
wmpted to depend nimaeir. I he re
port was adopted and the new state
committee met iatt night.
iup lestra-ed by Uopture.
Tacoxa, Wash., July 9. Washington's
wheal crop is in danger of partial de
struction by gopher and squirrels. For
e-veral days wheat buyers have been
receiving advices that for five or eix day
lime animals have ben appearing in
large numbers in the Big Baud and
Peruse districts. In some instances
not leas than 10 to 20 par cent of the
large fielda of grain baa already been de
vastated. Arsenic is being spread over
the fields mixed with grain and is kill
ing large number of the rodents. Ii
the devastation continues it is estimated
that not lees than 1,000,000 bushels or
grain will be destroyed.
He Mali the Jewels.
Londox, July 9. A clerk named Ed
ward Wilkinson is under arrest Tbo coo
f eases to having, with the assistance of
two accomplices, stolen the Countess o'
Dudley's jewels at Euston station fou;
years ago. In hia confession Wilkinson
says that while one of hia accomplices
attracted the at ten boo of the servant)
o. the countess, the other stole th
jewels, -xbich were subsequently soli
Wilkinson receiving $10,000 as his abar.
of the proceeds. Since the robbery on
of the prisoner's partners in the rot
bery Las died. Wilkinson was re
A Large Me-mr Saak.
Lowdojt, July 8. Night before last
large steamer went down off Dover
Uue muss is only visible above tbe
water. No boats from the vessel have
been seen yet nor is any conjecture
made as to her identity. Dover is wild
with exc temeot.
The wreck off Dover seems to be thai
of a aleamer of over 1,000 tons burdeu
The steamer Kinlocke from Seebt.
passed Deal yesterday with ber bovs
smashed and it is thought she may
have been in collision with the sunken
steamer. Th channel mail boat re
ports a narrow escape from being run
down by a large steamer.
Victoria, B. C- July 8. Her ma
jesty's ship Warsprite arrived yesterday
from duty in Chilean water and will
go to the dry dock tor repair. Her of
fleers say the story tent to North Amer
ica from tha bombardment of Iquique
was greatly misrepresented. Two hun
dred was th number killed at th out
side. No women or children were
among the number, but two squares of
tha city war burned or destroyed
Tney also say that the Itat landed
2,000 cases of arms and was not under
detention when th Warspite left. The
ortioers declare that the report of all
tr.eeogageoaent turn been largely ex
aggerated. Mi Mea-Ulte.
LoKDOjr, July 8. A oabl dispatch
from Sydney, N. a W- says that while
tbe British cruiser Ooolid was oat at
sea engaged ia practice firing a six-inch
breeeh loading gua exploded. Lieutea
ante fliliyoa ad Oordoa and four s
eo were iaeUatly killed, while three
midshipmen aad tea sunn ware b
Tm Tmmmd a ape-Ms.
Can Town. July 1 A body a.
Boers, somsossd of about one hundred,
with tbeir taatlliss. eroeeed th Li
popotefoaad tb reyabtte ot North
Msssaaalaarl, Tbajr war met by
polio d troop ia th employ of U
British -tettb AUh aosapaay, who
drove th Boat baa aad anwated tbu
0b das flteM as?
'. Zncux, Jolyfc It to reported ta
; Cftmltn maim that aatoaa Coast
ttmI2mm,tmm1tT etrealaUd by
CsmmtTlmn, t -t-h-wTtor will
(etttte ftow him
EXECUTED AT DATUM.
Slornia, Woo Sail an I J"ui
go Killed by . lectr.cutL n
Ike Me- Had mm Keelstaaea mm lrmrL
t Ufa a M. eggl .
8nKSwo,N.T- July S. -James J
Slocum, Joseph Wood, Harris A. Bil.
aad Shiaick Jugigo were kil ed by alc
tncity in the prison yaeterday siorni.t.
ia conformity with tbe Uw of the state.
Siocnmwae executed at 4:42, Smil.r a
5:13, Wood at 538 and Jugigo at 5.6
Tha execution went off quietly. A t of
the men were killed on the first contact
There was no struggle when they wet
trapped down, and no resistance of ac
kind. Every precaution was exerciso
to avoid the mistakes which made U
Kemmler affair at Auburn in part
With tbe Brat gray gleam of dayligh
over the prison wall tbe electric lyht
were turned out and the newspaper rt
portors who had kept vigil on tie Li.
began to look for indicationa of a. tivit.
about the pritoo. At 4:25 tbe enginnc
in ihe dynamo house to tbe north of th
prison began firing up for tbe mur
'team with which to run the fast com
nound engine. Tbe black smoke rull--
from the tall chimney and very sooi
clouds of stsam showed that the ec
(ineer was ready at any tio.e to take lm
tatioo. The window blinds of tbs diu
ng room were closed tightly and w
new could be obtained of tbe inleriot.
but it was known about 4:15 tbst break
fast bad been served to the condemn
men in their cells and to tbe witneawe i:
the warden bouse. Seated in tbeir cell
with only tbe walls and iron Ooocs be
tween them and tbe engine of dee I
tbe condemned men heard nothing ot
tbe busy preparations going on ia th
execution chamber. They knew thai
the r last minutes were being meaaurfi
oi, though, tor their spiritual advinen
had been with them for eome Lours
giving them such consolation as tle
could. Tbe condemned men took verj
calmly the announcement tnat the sen
tence was about to be executed. Tbe)
were dressed when tbe chaplain and
tbe priests entered. Their clothing wat
all alike, tbe suit ot dark diugona ,
whit shirt and collar and black tio
The curient waa turned on in each
caae for tweDty secucds. J he vollai,
waa about 1,500 and 1,000, In each ca
there were apparent evidences of revivui
as in tbe Kcmm'er case, and in each o
these four case the current a as turned
on a second time. In spite cf tba fao
that the sponges were kept constantly
wet allot the executed men wen
burned by tbe current, and especiall)
about tbe ca'vee and legs. The medi
cat men present agreed that deal!
came on first contact and that tbt
eesming revival was merely a reflei
Ex-Warden Brush, under wbse ad
ministration the a. paratua was erected,
drove through th grounds on bis w
to the depot. Asked concerning the ap
plianoae, be said: "Everything waa ii
perfect order when I left it and I hart
no doubt but tbe apparatua was usee,
just as I had planned it, because we hac
it in tlte best ot working order. Th
applications were made to tbe bead and
tbe calvee of the lags, so that abeolutt
connection with tbe spinal cord was ob
tained. We killed ahorse with it and
I think that it waa possible to success
fully kill a man every two minutes i
this way. It took about a year to fit
tbe building and apparatus. Every
thing waa done in the most tboruugl
manner and I don't think the present
warden had to change a single thing."
Tbe ex-warden added that be di J no'
approve of electrocution, he thought i)
waa barbarous and not deterrent.
Lawyer R J. llaireof New York, wb
tried to effect stay for Wood, stayed
in Sing ting this morning until th an
noUDoement waa made that all of the
men including hw client, had been
killed. Before leaving for New Yoik on
the morning train be said:
"It esems to me that Warden Brown
waa unnecessarily ia a hurry ta exeoute
Wood. He bad all the week to do it ii.
according to tb law; and th beet in
terest ot law and buowoity would
bar beea served by following them th
tall tint ia which to eecure a stay.
There is a possibility that I might have
secured it. I am almost positive that a
new trial would have eeeured hi ac
quittal.'' Dr. Alphoneo D. Bock well, tbe man
who devised the lstrod aad who waa
on ot th three commissioner ap
pointed supervise th electrocution, was
tbe first of tbe experts to emerge from
the prison. Dr. Rockwell drove to the
depot to catch an early train to Ne
Tttk. He said: -W era pledged to
ssoreey butldoaottbiagl am violat
ing that pledg whea saying that all
tmiraiaeatkMM war unqualified soo
casas. Tb mm all died petslsssly
aodwithonta straggto , furthor tha
; flaa WMAwmoo, Jaly 7. Heraiaa aad
AlsMMaaw Aadetwoa, brothers, wsat on
sftw lriday aght, both bssoaiiag ta-
Tbwyweatto bed tapstbsi
la Um taut aad to latter
-kJriliag aua wat Mr. ,
Mlll a M.Krjr tUmtomr IX-d.
Lustdo. July 7.-W.ll.u HMiry
3 Jtone. eldest son of the great Ea
; ish suteemsn, died Saturday.
Dootaaed wa bora ml llawardn.
Fiinlaoira. in 18ta Ue ai elucated
itCbriat church, Oiford; enUred Par
Um ntinl repreeeottng Cbeeter.
sat for Whitby from 18C8 to 188) aad
iuberquently represented East Uor
ttkterehire. He waa lord of the treaa
jry fiom 1868 to 187 4 and deputy lieu
eoant and justice of the peace for
rintsbire at tbe time of bu death. Oi
ret-ent yaara be has hved practi-ally iu
For eome time past he has 1 sen auf
ering from bruin disease and paralvsis
f trie side. Us physicians Thursday
ust removed a tumor which bad been
re. sing upon (JlaJsLona's brain. The
i-urnt, hov.evnr, aank rapidly. The
-ider Mr. Gladstone war desirous of
e-ving L i we toft for London as soou as
. heard of tbe danger which tbreat
oed his eon, but tbe phvsicia- In at
endance prevailed upou him aot to.
D is pa tehee were exchanged through
ut the night between Glads lone and
is family, and at 8 o'clock Gladstone
eft Loweetoft for London, ueiug um
ooned oy tbe intelligence that the worst
uight be expected. Unhappily G.ad
looe reached the city too late to be
present at bis son's draih. Gladstone's
riet upon reaching tbe death chamber
as really terrible it it intensity, so
uuchsothat, combined with bis u
ee'jled health and aivanced years, bU
'rlativas and friends feel ansioua aa to
to the result.
They are Still fightlBg.
New York, July 7. Advices from
fquique dated June 24, are aa follows:
Hie transport Imperial and the cruia
ore Candol an J Lynch have beea man
euvering Lear tbe port ainos yesterday
tod a few boura ago they oommeooed
tiring. Yesterday they were sighted
from Piaaqua shortly after midday and
hey opened fire on tbe town, causing
noweve , but slight dsmage, the P.cittc
aotel being the only building ftruca by
.beii sho'a. From shore the fire waa
returned with the cannons at tie ra 1
oud station, but it is believed none ot
.be shots etr-kek tha Imperial. At tbe
4 me none of the' Juntas vessels were al
fisaqua. Tbe Aoonagua and tbe O.
il'ggina went awsy from bare, but by
ihe time they arrived at that boat the
government torpedo boat a bad already
returned after flritg for four houra on
ihetowo. Tbe Isiperial and Condon
ippeared again in this bay at 4 p. m
aou commenced firing on lqUique but
from too great a distance to cause dam
ige. They were cbased by tbe Huecat
4ud Absto, but made good tbeir escape,
.ud everything appears quiet now. The
congreeaional garrison stationed at
Iquique, according to a northern paper,
ia composed of 5 830 men.
A Lyacklag to be Bereage4.
Tbckton, Xw, July 7. Nswa ha
reaci.ed here tbat a negro had bees
killed at Dye, a small town asvers,
wiles south of here, by a mob of white
men. Tbe details of tbe affair are at
folio we: The negro, whose name wai
Thompson, bad qusrrel with a whit
man named Taylor about an account
and abused and cursed Tavlor, threat
ening violence to him. He pulled out a
pistol an J fired two shots at Taylor.
The negro ie a regular tough and qu U
a desperate character.
On Monday night a mob of unknown
white men broke into tbe negro's houw
arrtl shot him four times. Teleg.aoif
have beea received from tbe citizens of
Dye, saying that tbe negroes are ooc
.regatiog in tbe town, also that there
are a number of unknown negroes in
the town. Parties came here verifying
the report and asking assistance from
the people ber. Th white people in
Dye outnumber the negroes two to one
and conservative people think there
will be no serious trouble, but the citi
ceo of Dys are much excited and some
Kesri- Kill t Fee Attea4tag a Daaee
Warra Eabth, Much- July 7.-Last
week unnstena, the 18-year old daugh
ter of Peter Teuscho, living six mil-.
sout'tiot the city, attended a dance
against tb will of ber mother and
brother.. Whea ah returned ber
mother tried to kill her with a knife
but waa prevented by th father, n..
old woman got a club aad beet bar sense-
lea, aad Joe, the brother, belabored ber
with a chair, and Aatoiae, another
irotber. struck her with a Haf1 at! -I.
catling a frightful gash in ber cheek.
U then tall upon ber aad chewed both
aer arm until ta blood ran in stream a
The girl the, iaaseml
ditioa, crawled out of door aad into tb
brosa, sino wnwn tisae ah has not
been so. although tbe nai.hw.
serening te her rettaln, at she issue
f & I a . . -
liussu tm ow urao. lit trin , n
plaosd uadsr arrest aad there are fear.
x ly-cm lag.
LoBO,Jlye,-Tb Timss -.
poa4sataLitboasayg a dispatoh has
ba roivd there from Chili stating
tbat Calaiaatdie troops at Hnasoo of-
tatwi ao fMistwui aad fled in disorder.
ItaatawStWlmy to tb whole sttusUoB
ttiuiinitu to ale tekea of Vll-..
11 -prtUd to fl.
mm state SEWS.
Over ninety teachers are in attend
aooe at tbe Otoe county institute.
The crop of cherries and email fruit
generally was never better in tbe vicin
ity of Wilber.
Miss Lulu BamueUno of Hub bolt,
who Las been sojourning ia California
tbs lsst two years for ber health, re
turned much improved.
Tha lightning did soms damaged at
Vsout, Knoi county, xiHing a valuable
boras for A F. Anaon aid one for U
Vincqpt, a cow for A. Ook and a calf
for J. Height.
Tbe assessed vsluatio of Hall county
is found by tbe assessor and board to
te 13,053,147, which shows aa increase
sver last year of i 475)00.
C Nelson, one of Eoyd county's
thrifty farmers, residing two miles e st
f Spencer, sold Uss first load or bogs
sver marketed in 8 peace.
A mad named Pancake has applied at
tbs Wilcox schools for tbe position of
principal, made vacant by the depart
ure of Prof. Nicbol. The Wilcox Post
wye it seems to be rather hard if we
bars to give a Nichol for a pancake.
A fanner near Hebron, while plowing
n tbs field ran onto a rattlesnake, and
the reptile sprang at bim and fastened
its fsngs in his arm. He aheoa it off
tod ran a fsw steps sway for a stick,
but whsn hs returned the snake was
Tie total assesssd valuation ot pro
perty in Phelps county, ss returned by
iie assessors and corrected by the
board of supervisors, is 81,305,638.
osper county's tetel assmul valuation
a fU89,G4?, and Dswson county's ll.CUC,
112.10. Ia tbe Utter county S-Wi,-U7.84,
or more than one-third of the
.hole valuation, represents railroad
and telegraph property. In Gosper
xunty this property is lees than ons
tighth ot tbe whole.
Sheriff Ryan of Dakota City, want up
io tha Hodges' ranch above Jackson ia
tnpany with Dr. J. M Cherry, veter
nary surgeon of South Sioux City. It
ess reported te tbe sheriff tbat some
torses being paatured on tbe ranch
were affected with glanders. Upon ix
taiioation tbe report waa found to be
ir ue and tour bead were killed. They
sere owned by a Mr. Stebbins ot Sioux
2ity. Tbs balance of tbe drove bad
lot shown aymptons enough to warrant
Wilber turners bare purchased a lot
ind will erect a halL
Tbe Kiohardaon county fair will be
ieU at Salem September 23 to 25.
A stock compasy of farmers bss pir
lassd Hubbard's elevator at Talmage.
'Tbe first annual reunion ot the pioo
m of Richardson county will be held
at Verdon, August 19 and 20.
Tba barn of James 11 La tier at Ver
ion, with all its contents, including a
team of horseo, waa consumed by fir
Tbe rsumon committee of tbe Grand
Army will bold a meeting at Grand
aland shortly to arrange the program
tor tbe department reunion.
While Miss Ida Troyer ot Grand
bland waa sitting in a window at tbe
ginning factory a baseball struck ber
ia tbe face, breaking tbe bridge ot ber
Wayne is ten years old, tbe first build
ing having been started just a decade
Igo. It is a living sxainple of tbe won
derful progress ot tbe state.
After ten years ot unremitting work
in the editorial harness C B. Cass of
the Itarsana News bss started to ttks
a months vacation and will visit his old
home in New York.
Tbe two-year-old son ot Fred Ihde ot
I township, Seward county, fell head
ttret into a barrel of water. Tbe barrel
m full of water and only tbe child's
feet stuck out. No one saw him fall in
but soms one in passing saw hia feet
ticking out and rescued him. It waa
thought for some time tbat he was past
recovery, but be was finally resuscitated.
Tbs-mad dog scars in Greeley Centre
resulted in tb tbe marshal's killing fit
teen unmuzzled aaninss.
George Connor, a twelve-year-old boy
at Gerver precinct, Red Willow county,
was crossing tbs Beaver on a foot log
when he fell off and was drowned.
Obarlss Ash more, a former rssidsot
of MeCook, has been appointed a mem
ber of tb board of health of Denver.
A stats meat prepared by to county
treasurer of Hitchcock county shows
that county to be In a good financial
condition. There is 14,792 01 cash in
tbe treasury end outstanding warrant
for oaly 12,613 67.
Tbe recent heavy rains flooded tbe
earp poods of RK.Loomis on Wilson
creek ia Bed Willow county. Ths
yswe were wssnsa sut and tbe ponds
greatly damaged. He bad four ponds
eovanag about ten acres of land. Tbs
aood oeateined thousands of carp,
which war waehsd isto Willow creak.
Mr. Loomis estimates his loss at svral
The work on tbs Kearney oottoo aiu
to being puabad although th bear
aa-kl-s-a !.. !.- -
-wune-eieaeM mors or Ins
dlay; a total of ssrsnty-flrs meo ar at
work, and ar divided into three ,-.
tk 1 L . "
---..iwnaa leaoer ooaatitut
oa gang, tbe carp. Ure soother aad
tt excavators tb (bird. Tber, u,
bow otar 300 oar loads of material oa
tbe ground, and aa effort will be audt
tofetth baildlag eMlcasd bsfor
rMay weeks have staged.
Liid , July ia-After bre-kf et el
Buckingbm ps:c jssterdsy morsiag
.U BiPsror and s few msmbers of bis
lereoDal suite and some of the geoUe
,nof l.U Eiglish i-uard of honor
ooucted bor ee and proceeded o Hyde
4-ark where tbsimper al visitor an 1 bis
aomparioasesjoyed the plsssurs of s
mile and a half canter along historic
Rottonllow. The pedestrian path sod
its tumeroui bsochss furnished stead
ing and sitting room for s largs aumber
ot persons, who bad received notice of
Lbs proposed imperial ride. Tbe kaiser
rods s spirited sniuisl, tbs msnsgemsot
ot xhich afforded bim an opportunity
'or erhibiting bis superb horsemanship.
Compliments wsrs heard on all sidsi ss
lbs emperoi, with graceful force, stead
ily held the reeiive bores just a neck
abend cf the foremast animal of bU
julte, and at the aame time ackrowl
edged with courteous inclination of t' a
beaJ. the respectful aalutatioca of tbe
onlookers. Ths rids wss svidehtly
relished by tbe emperor and bis follow
ers. Later in the day tbe kaiser sod
ksisenn grsnted sudisnces to deputa
tions from the various Germaa social
and benevolent societies ot Londoa. In
each instance formal addi easts wsrs
made by the chairman ot ths visiting
societies to tbe kaiser, and tba kaissrin
nocverssd wilb tks members of tha dep
utations. A special ropt.oo waa ec
onrJed thsm before the offleers ot tbe
Gaimnn empire. To each of the omosr
tbe kaiaer spoks s word of trisodly greet
ing. IbeGermsn warriors were followed
by s deputation of tbe snti-slsvery so
ciety, ths chairman of which read aa
addrstslo Kaiaer William, ia which
that monarch was urged to use his pow
erful i.fluence in bringing about sup
pression of so infamous trafiio ia hu
man Keeb and biool
In his response to the address tbs
kaisar ericctd a thorough knowledge of
the subject mentioned. He r.ftrred in
essrgetic terms to ths inhumanity of
tbs African alavs dealers snd tbs suffer
ings of the csptlves. Ths emperor,
however declared that ha doubted the
correctness ot Livingstone's statement
that for every slavs who arrive.' alive
oa tha coast fivs died on tbe journey.
There also awaited upon the empress
a deputation from Fishmonger ball who
presented aa address on behalf of tba
parly. The kaiser cordially greeted the
Fish mongers and thanked them for
their address. The prince of Wales sc.
companisd them on tbeir visit to Buck
OBti-itoaol A-Milcaa I'aloaef UUtirsws
Balvmokk, Md, July 10. Tbe con
vention ot the American union of He
brew congregations wss continued.
President Isaac Sirouss occusjsd tbe
Nearly tbe entire Forenoon session
wss occupied by Msyor Sulzberger of
Philadelphia io an addrsss on tba claim
of ths Hebrew college a. C ncinnati,
and also those of tbe Jewish publiotjoa
society of America, which he aaiJ are
djing a grand work. Ha eieo spoks of
ths persecution of tbe jews in Russia.
While Mr. Sulzberger waa apea.iog on
the latter subject many of ths older
men among the delegates wept. Among
other things ths spssksr said: "Chris
tisns cannot stand indifferent before
this grsat enormity, but the pera-
culion must go on until tbs Ruxsisn
government chooses to put a atop to i'
In ths next tea years not lets tbsn 230,-
000 to 300,000 Russian Jews will cjtue
to tbia coun'.ry. This influx will not
affect ths great body of tbe Amsrican
people, but it will nearly double the
number of Jews io ths United States in
comparison with what there was before
ths persecutions in Rutsia be-au."
A recess was taken and tbe delegatea
were presented to Mr. Sulzberger.
After iscess tbs executive board for
U91 and 1892 were elected.
Tbe Uregaa I'aclfle.
New Yore July 10.-Tbe opposition
te ths present management of the Ore
gon Pacific has sppeinted a committee
ot bend holders to recognize tbe road,
and tha new committee issusd a state
ment charging tbst tbs management
had iasued ovsr 111,000 more Loadi
fian was warraated by tbe mortgage.
The company, however, justified itself
by asserting that the liDe, when com
pleted, will tie GOO aiiiee lonr, and tbe
bonds issusd on tbs system would then
be regular. Tha committee, it is under,
stood, will britg legal trooeedings
a.ainst the tracers.
SeaWaea lo ! l-eatiewltar-.
Niw OautA-s La., July 10. A spec
ial to the Picayune from Opelouaa says:
'Is tbe supreme cert opinions were
rendered la the case of Thorns Mc-
Costal and tbe slat against Bersard
Claude, afflrmir Ue dewska of ths
crirtleal court of the perleb of Orleans
and ooasignJng tbe accused te the rai-
tentiary, Judge Pea aer holds that tb
statu embraoad tales juror a well a
rga jurors aad b further holds tbat
th two isdictmenU war pruporly
A Si gar BeSelag C saa-
BaoogLT-, N.Y. July lO.-Jame A.
Taylor applied before tb supreme
court for tb diaoolutioa of the Brook
1) a sugar refining oompaay. He U the
ataa who obtained tba rsosat isjuBc
ttee against the trust He jUime tbat
ktotock ia tb Brooklya osmpaay his
bB Brvrtsd by tU oootpsay joisiag
Ustrast Judge Cullaa kdjouraod tb
Pa J LA DC Ll-H 1 4, July lQ.f
m pleas No. 1 issued it.
cateor Jerioir IL U. 1 ar to spjr"
for ibscouauil inveetigatioa eaaT
atd givs bis lestisooy in 'etebasv
cte deposits n Kejatoa, J
a J otb-r asetters ioetdeot to J
ley's missppropristiuo of atats ei!
funds. Tbe order was sorted toJJ
oooa oa Mr. Yard with actios
that tbey deeirwd to reosive h
As 4 rseult ot tbe cojfereoc kd4a
he mayor a UBd Editor Wilh J
Csnnsod Eiitor Robert McWi
lue LJgr were ootifiad to appsi,
f r tb coo oi.'e investigating ooa.
les to give teetimony: Tbe purpo
uuiuuuiu4 ii mm two - witnesses a
i q lire isto the interview held i
f iiin Ursdsley by Mr. McWads in ttv
county prison and which wai t
j.naieJ ia tbe paper because it e.
t'ouea inree prominent people ss ka.
ng In sme manner been benefitted W
pjuiic luone; ban led by the coaridM
treasurer. In U.0 judgment of -.
M -C- m it waa not policy to allot
mtu who had perjured bimeelf to i
i tie column oc nis psper in men k
ouociatloo of other.
B.rdalej bimeelf baa said that tbt i.
terview waa uususaoovea by bun Mi
thst if be bad known -it waa in
for publication b would Lavs
sileut. To oommiltee, however, k
lleved thst ail ateteBMSte by Bankk
mar throw light on lb banks t
niquitie and they, therefore t0t
see it or learn by teetimony of its o
Notification was slso forwarded u
P'jstmsster Gsasral Waoamaksr to t.
pear, and aa Mr. Waaaaaker I
that whenever be wss aaasd to tppsw
be would do ao willingly, it ia taken ta
grant d 'h- hPI preeent. Sta
ul ii. i. a ,"i, iJ KtSngbsn &
Murris, prea dent of theOirarJ life is.
surauoe annuity aad trust com pat;,
b also been summoned.
He gal a Heree-wklplof
Rt-TLASD, Vt, July 10. Scott Yitiai
ot Yergvnnea, combined a bore shif.
ping, a law-suit and a wadding in hs
chapter of eiperienoee for one vol.
It a 1 oom about in thia way: Firms
George Wilson left hi farm for ton
Ihe other day and took bis fourts
year-Md daughter with bim to bold Us
horaee while he traded IB town. Io U
absence she left tbe faai and t
strolling with a youth named YttUi.
Vhn ber father returned and diswr.
ered her absence he pursued the pw
armed with hia horse-whip. Overt.
in r the daughter alone h applied Us
whip vigoruualy and tbea set out to&te
Yetlan. To bim Yatlana wsrs YsttsM
and nothing more, and coming upoo
i man who reapouded to that stsa, tks f
wo p again osiue m piay. iqi ticub
waaSootl Yattan and the wrong Ysttu.
His mistake vas explained to Farm
Wi son, who vaid $40 for tbe it fora
iloa in c jurt, and also $12 for a hipping
bis daughter. With tbs 40 Ysttan gat
.named, and has $19 Isft with abics
to keep house.
TkeSliaailea Ue mtrmlr.
Cai.lo, Piau., July 10, Tbe p -an
gers arriving from Vslparaiao ud
Iquique state that tbe eituaiion of Hi
Cuihao iosurgente is desperate. The
are without money and their veeeelastt
in bad cooditi jn aud with out aiumuai
lion. Tbe army, which bompnsos three
thousand to four thousand "Rotoa," do
not receive tbeir pay. Tbe insurgents
late been able tooblaiu only 800 nflet,
in bad order, brought lo Panama. Most
of the inhabitanta of Iquique, Pisaf"
and Ao'xfagt.sta have emigrated to
soul hero Chili or to Peru. The French
esiJents io Chili and the Chilian got
eminent of Chili await with tranquil
it tbe decision ot the French tribunal
regarding the vessels constructed tbsn
for tbs socount of tha government o'
Chili. Thsv have oonfldenoe in ths -'
tegri v of the Preach judges snd ia
Paaia, July 10. The Chilian coo
reesiooal party has r atablished th
migration bureau here which wu sup
pressed by Balmaosda.
Will Make It Kate la Tsiaa.
WASHixoroa. July 10. Colonel Vf
reuforlh of tbe department ot agricul
ture with two sssistents left tor th ia'
lerio of Texss, where he will make fur
ther siperimeot as to the feasibility of
making rain in arid regions by fif"1;
ing bsllaocs obsrgsd with oiygM
hydrogen at a considerable height
tha air. T-ata will also be made in
plodiiig dynamite attached to tbe tallt
of hug kites ia connection with iw
tbejry that raia may b produced iy
th oeucuaaloo of blab explosirs
mid air. Th dyoamite i to be
ploded ia the same msnner as ars v
bailooaa, tbat to oy a alsodsr wire let"
isg to tba kites and ewuosoted with a"
:o:rw' Ut ary worked from
ground. Ooloaol Dyrooforth
auinesequaMeredapot in 'i eia wner.
tbeaoto w& aot disturb any on .
III makoa tborvugh and
xperiateat as to wbeShar or aot
oaTbe prodaoad when needed by
ot Mploaloat Mar tb cloud.
Ut ai Mister
Naw Toat, July ia-Tb. !-
Msjssti roaabad Qusrantis
o'tloek. Amoag tb psssofrs w
Ueorg rraaoto Train, who U oompisv
lMhtooir-.Hoflh. tl-b. in
thVtria aroaad tb world io m
day, bat tbto is sot P00. '
ntrwdybaswoa tb toi"y ftr-f"
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