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THE SIOUX COUNTY JOURNAL
la, i. SIMMONS. Proprietor.
Deeming im Iran.
MrxBOCBicK, May 4. The behavior of
Deeming since be was sentenced fester
day has becom? more inexplicable tban
ever. There is a ttrantra mixture of
sense and insanity in all be says and
does, the latter evidently assumed. No
doubt he is laboring under intense ex
citement, finding himself baffled at
every point. He expected to procure at
first a postponement of bis trial, and
next a division of the jury on the plea
of mental aberration put forward for
him, and be even had hope of making
his escape. Now he is bent on an sp
peal, but there is no chance for bim in
this; no court in Christendom would
grant it. II is atrocious lying and malig
ning the memory of bis victims has lost
for bim what little sympathy be might
have inspired by bis indomicable cour
aire. Ths jailors fear that' under the
breaking down of al bis hopes, Deeming
nay become actually mad or attempt
suicide, for although in high spirits, as
umed or otherwise, be sometimes drops
into a moodiness which looks ugly end
danmrousi and to eDDroach or speak to
him Drovokea theeatening looks and
, All these things being considered by
the jail authorities it was decided to put
the prisoner in irons, and this resolu
tion was carried into effect today.
Much interest is manifested in the
biography that Deeming Is writing and
upon which be has spent much of hia
time since be was imprisoned. It is be
lieved that the man's overweening van
ity will impel bim to confess in this
work all the crimes he has ever com
mitted. His baste to complete bis book
shows that be has lit le hope of eecap
ing banging. Early yesterday morning
he resumed bis writing on his biography,
which he says he will bequeath to Miss
Roaneevell, the young lady to whom be
was engaged at the time of his arrest.
He expresses the hope tbat tbe profits
which she may derive from its publica
tion will in some degree compensate her
for the annoyance which be has been
the mears of inflicting upon her.
A Terrible Collision.
PrnsBCNO, Pa., May 4. Tbe second
section of No. 2, a limited express on the
Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago & St.
Louis railroad, east bound, collided with
freight train No. 65 at Bcio station,
about 4 o'clock yesterday morning. It
reported that tbe engineer and fireman
of the express tram were killed and tbat
two tramps, riding on a postal car, were
lirioosiy injured. Second No. 2 is not
tbe regular limited express, consisting
only of day coaches, postal and baggage
CmcmsATi, O., May 4. The Evening
Pest says: There appears to be serioua
trouble In the order of tbeKnigbteof
the Golden Rule, a secret benevolent
organization which a few years ago was
in a most flourishing condition, but
which in tbe past year or two has been
going to pieces, nine castles in St. Louis
alone having disbanded within the past
few months as a result of the dissatis
faction which exists. Of late it has
been impossible for any one to secure
from the supreme secretary, T. J. Smith
of this city, a statement of tbe member
ship, and this, together with the fact
that the order is away behind in its
settlement of death benefit, have worked
great injury to tbe order, and several
prominent members are open in their
declarations that It is on its lost legs
and beyond redemption. It Is charged
that fully forty death policies remain
unsettled and that the secret of this
shortcoming is tbe secretary revises tbe
constitution at pleasure, that the mem
bership as given in his reports is badly
padded and that there is really no mon
ey with which to meet the obligations
All the other secret benevolent organ
izations are said to be fighting this or
der aad its demise is but a question of a
KiHonsHER, O. T., May 4. Governor
Beay regards the situation caused by
the ugly attitude of tbe Cheyenne In
dians toward the settlers in the newly
opened lands a sufficiently perilous to
.demand bis presence on tbe scene, and
passed through here yesterday en route
there. A company of United States
troops will follow him. White Shield, a
Cheyenne chief, is the leader of tbe re
bellious reds. Another cause for alarm
is tbe fact that the new town of Chey
enne is being built on the rite of the
burial grounds of the Indiana killed in
the battle with General Custer in ltk.
The Indians regard tbe building of the
town there aa a aacrifioe and threaten,
to burn out and massacre the inhabit
Stove Foaailere Meet
Chicago, May 4. The stove founder
national defease association is in sees ion,
bare. Seventy delegates are present.
PaM Bis War.
Hotal Porter (to traveling salesman
m wash-room) Excuse me boss but
omb towels are for de use ob de guests.
Traveling rJah-tman-Well, where
are the towels for the boaiden?
Another Sertoli Wreck.
KKnirr Til Mav a The New York
express of tbe Santa Fe road which left
Kansas City Wednesday evening went
through a bridge east of Medill, Ma, at
an early hour Thursday morning. The
entire train, with the exception of the
rear sleeper, went down into a stream
foarfullv swollen bv the storm. It is
impossible at this time to obtain accu
rate information as the wires between
this city and Mediil are down.
The wrecked train was train No. 4,
known as tbe California exprew, and
left Kansas Citv at 5:25 p. m. Wednes
day. The train was running at an or.
dioary rate of speed, when it reached a
trestle bridge, near Raver-, twenty-three
miles west of Fort Madison, at 1 o o.ock
yesterday morning. The heavy rains
bad undermined the trestlicg, and the
bridge was slightly cut of plumb. Tbe
engine had reached the east end of the
bridge, when the structure tottered and
fell. Dilins the cars and coaches in a
heap, thirty-six feet below.
The wrecked train consisted of ooe
Pullman sleeper. one tourist
sleeper, chair car, passenger coach
and baeaaea - car. As soon as
possible the train crew hastened to 'be
assistance of the imprisoned passengers
and did everything in their power to
rescue them from deaih by drowning
or from the crushed and broken timbers.
Wrecking trains reashed the scene of
the wreck a few hours later. The dead
and injured have been removed to Fort
Madison, where the injured ore rejeiv-
ins every possible attention. Ten were
killed and eleven injured.
Cheyenne, Wyo May 6. A decided
sensation was created yesterday morn
ing by the sudden and mysterious die
appearance of the only known witness
against the cattlemen now prisoners at
Ft. Russell. It will be remembered
that just before the invaders attacked
the ''K. C." ranch they captured two
trappers named Jones and Walker, who
were held prisoners when Champion and
Ray wtre killed. Tbey were on their1
way to Casper and on Wednesday lact
were brought here and placed in charge
of Deputy Sheriff Kimball.
These men claimed to have witnessed
the Killing of Champion and Ray and as
a matter of fact are the only living wit-
cesses who can testify positively against
the regulators on the cburge of murder.
Kimball went to Little R.x;k last night,
leaving a deputy sheriff in charge and
when he returned Jonee and Walker
hod disappeared. The men were al
lowed to run about town durirjg tbe day
and sleep in the office of the jail. Both
came in late last night, apparently pret
ty drunk, and about midnight went out
"for a walk," leaving the deputy asleep.
From the best information obtainable
they are still walking. Search has
been made for them and telegrams sent
in all directions, but no clue as yet to
their whereabouts haa been obtained.
The fugitives carried away two revol
vers belonging to the sheriff.
Des Moines, May G. Continuous
rains in Iowa tor the last week have re
sulted in high water and great damage
to railroads. Twelve miles of the Det
Moines k Kansas road between this city
and Cainesville are washed away. Tbe
Diagonal trains are abandoned and tbe
Rock Island fast trains are laid off for
similar reasons. The Wioterset and In
dianola branches of the same line are
also at a standstill. About the only
lines that have suffered are the North
western and the Burlington. Travel by
wagon is impossible on account of tbe
condition of the country roads.
A llorrlble Accident.
Knobnoster, Mo., May 6. Jennie
Mitchell, aged 8, and Sylvia Guythen,
aged 7, met a horrible fate here yester
day. They started to cross the .track of
the Missouri Pacific road when passen
ger train No. 2, at f ull speek, struck and
threw them many feet. The Mitchel
girl was killed and the Guytben girl
fatally hurt. Mrs. Mitchell was stand
ing in ber doorway and saw her daugh
Bottom Land Submerged.
Spbiho Valley, 111., May 6. Heavy
rain stormi have been alonit con
tinuous in this vicinity since Saturday
night. Small bridges ovei creeks and
ravines are all washed out. The Illi
nois river was higher last night than for
many yean. Tbe bottom lands are
all submerged and it is feared that if
the river rises higher it will sweep away
me oriage constructed . last year at
Made no Confeailnn.
CmcAOo, May 6. Patrick CSuIliran.
one of the Cranio suspects, died at 7:40
o clock yesterday evening at Joliet pria-
ta. ue made no confession.
OntCWWATI, O., May C A dianainh
irom Bunurignt, Tenn, says great ex
citement prevails in Central Tennaaaa in
the oountry adjacent to the line of tha
yueen Crescent route and bordering
on the Kentucky state line, owing to
the discovery of vast petroleum flaida.
A great near companies from Pennsyl
vania and other parts of tbe oountry
are sinking wells and present indica-
hom are tbat there will be the largest
oil field of tbe south and possibly tbe
largest ever found la the United States.
A Big BUM.
New York. May 7.-Tbe whole blak
v.-.,..iri hv First avenue and the Eatt
river, between Fcrty-fifth and Forty
sixth streets, and occupied by Schwer
child i Sulzberger, the extensive meat
dealers, was almost totally destroyed by
a fire which started at 2:J0 o doc yee-
terdav morning, and raged, with tbe ex
ception of a short interval, until nearly
G o'clock. Tbe block consisted or a ser-
; lmiiHinn four stories high. The
fire started in the tallow houae, but its
origin cannot be ascertained. All tbe
rendering is done by steam and there
was no fire in the building. At first
Kitht it apDeared as it the throes were
the result of strikers' spite. T. nty
five of the men employed in the tallow
house struck and became so threatening
that, nnline reserves weie sent to the
building, but their services were not re
quired. Mr. Kulzenberger of the firm
said that the fire could not reasonably
be attributed to the strikers. The diffi
cu'tv bad been satisfactorily settled
Thursday niiht. and the men were to
have resumed work yesterday. What
ever was the onBm, tue nre speeuny
gained headway, and the seven large
vats in the tallow house were soon
in flames, while a muffled ex
plosion followed which scattered tbe
boiling fat all over the building, giving
rise to innumerable small fires, so that
in a few seconds tbe whole bu IdiDg next
to tbe river fiont was a mass of flames
Soon a dozen lines of hose from as many
engines were pouring water on tbe
flames, but apparently without any ef
fect In a very short time the fire had
burned to the wall?, and, running
through the adjoining buildings, the
Whole equsre block was a sheet of flames
the saturated greasy walls making the
structure an easy prey.
At 4:30 the names in a measure went
down and the firemen thought they had
got them under control. The lull, how
ever, only lasted fifteen minutes, when
tbe conflagration broke out afresh, and
with renewed vigor. The firemen be
came alarmed and additional alarms
were sent out uutil there were twenty-
seven land engines and two steam tire
boa's playing upon the buildings at one
By 6 o clock the flames were under
control. The damage cannot be correct
ly estimated until the books of the firm
are examined. The damage done to tbe
buildings which were mostly frame, wi,
not exceed $100,000. Mr. Sulzeberger
couid not give any positive estimate of
tbe stock on hand or of the machinery
but said the total loss would be fully
$3CO,C00 or 1,000,000 and that was well
insured. Firemen Iievena and Hanni-
gan had their legs broken by falling
beams. Tbey were removed to the hos
pital. Still a Myntery.
London, Muy 7. On April 12 a report
was circulated it South London that
two young girls had been poitoned t a
house in Stamford street, Waterloo
road, Liimbetb. The police were com
municated with, and a police oonetable
went to to the house where be fjund a
girl, Alice Marnh, age 21 years, lying in
the passage is her nightdress. She was
spparently in a dying state, suffering
from the effects of poison. In another
part of tbe house the police discovered
another young girl fully dressed, Emma
Schrivell. She also appeared to hnra
been poisoned. Tbe girls were taken to
St Thomas' hospital but the Marsh girl
died on the way in a cab. The other
girl died in great agony a short time
after being admitted to the hospital
i At the coroner's inquest held tbe next
day the police constable, who had found
the girls, testified that Emma Schrivell
had told him on the way to the hospital
that she and Alice Marsh had met
man known to tbem as '"Fred" and that
he had given tbem some globules which
it i-.. i .n. i , .
iuvjr uwj ewuuuweu. au analysis WBS
made of tbe girlb' stomscha and at tie
coroner's inquest evidence was submit
ted showing that strychnine in large
quantities had been administered, but
by whom and for what motive is a mys
tery. The police are using their utmost
endeavors to find tbe man "Fred." As
yet they have found no trace of him.
Train Wreck Reported.
. Til Iff n .
DrKuiunr.iaj, ill., iua I. it jg re
ported that a train on the Toledo, Peoria
4 Western railway was wrecked yester
day and several people drowned.
Annual Meeting or tbe American College.
BosTo, May 7. The annual meeting
of the American College and educaliooal
society was held yesterday. Tbe annual
report or the directors stated that tbe
department or svuoenu' aid enrolled
during the past yer 4(9 men in ten
theological aeminariee and thirty-two
colleges. The society aided isto ths
ministry nearly 8,090 men Mj WDO.
supports the Slavic department of Ober
lin college. The treasurer's report
ehowed legacies received, ,1.10,024; do
thaniel Chipman of Hartford was' elect
Will Shoot the Cattle,
Gctbbis, O. T., May 7. It is stated
that there are fully 26XX) cattle on the
Cherokee strip end toe government
seems to be making no effort to move
them. The cowboys have astaWisbed
themselves in permanent camps aad are
paid to stay all aummer. A large num
ber of the cattle bare wondered op nest
the Kansas line, near Uuooewell, and
the farmers ate very muoh incensed, as
they fear their oattle will take toe Texas
fiver. Unless tbe govern mout aoUsooa
they trill shoot the cattle.
M. X Tbe trul
. . l f l, ait wire,
Deeming ror me
formerly Miss Mather of Rain Hill, wss
resumed. The latest testimony for the
prisoner was tb.t of Dr. Furhboorna,
u olld to irive endencs as to
ka ,,.-,nr. sanity. He swore tbat be
had examined Deeming and found
symptoms which indicated disease of
the brain. At this point the defense
Mr. Furlong, counsel tor Deeming,
... . v j AnrmiJer-
SJtuuieu up ior me umou
able length. He made insanity the ba
sis. Nature, in her heallby moods, he
dec'a-ed, could not have made such a
monster. This man had a manomania
for murder which was net to bo ex
plained by the ordinary tests. Counsel
wound up ith a keen analysis of the
testimony, which, he declared, ehowed
at every step Darning's irresponsibility.
Dr. Spring then related Uremiogi
exp'analion of bow his wives haJ dissp-,
c..rA nomin Kali that WMie lit
pmitMi - i. a
and his flint wife were living at Rain-
holl nar I.ivernoo!. a man named Ben
Youni?. bad told him that bis (Ueeoi
ing'g) wif would leave him for j0. He
no d the mnnev and his wife left him.
lie supposed that Young had killed tier
while be (Deeming) was coming to Mel
bourne with his second wife Miss Math-
ir for whose murder ue is now on inn;.
His second wife Deeming said, ojj
fessed that she was already married and
she left him in Melbourre because she
was afraid of being implicated in the
murder of bis first wife. Daeming is
no'ed for being a notorious liar, and tbe
above is a fair specimen uf bis ability in
that line. After some further medical
testimony tbe defense was closed and
tbe court charged the jury. Deeming
was found guilty and sentenced to
Doming turned white and trembled
is the judge passed upon him the sen
tence of d-nth. The judge laid tbat in
all his experience with criminals be had
never before seen such a consummate
wretch is the prisoner. He spoke of
Deeming! shameless effrontery during
the trial, and remarked that the jury
had rightfully ignored tbe prisoner's
clownish attempts to prove himself ir
responsible. As tbe judge pronounced
the words, "To be hung") by the neck
until dead," Deemiug gasped and tot
tered, but recovered enough to nod with
assumed indifference. He then went
back to bis seat. The audience in the
oourt room applauded the verdict and
Deeming was then taken back to pris
on, was searched carefully and locked
up in bis cell. He called out to the
keener aa tbe latter started down tbe
prison oorndor, with an effort at' brava
do: "I suppxe you think I am in
tight fix. Well, I presume I am, but I
may cheat tha fallows vet."
A Coal Famine.
Chicaoo, May 3. A special to the
Xribuae from Fort Dodge, la., says:
Not a pound of coal can be bought, bor
rowed, begged or stolen in the town of
Pocahontas Center. A coal famine tbat
has been in progress there for several
weeks has reached its culmination in
the absolute exhaustion of the sunDly.
Cjrdwood, too, is a scarce article, and
fences sidewalk and iheds all over
town are suffering. The cause of the
famine i to be found in theisolaUd
condition of the town and the unpre
cedented bad roads the last roontb
Pocahontas Center is the only county
seat in Iowa without a railway. No
rail way .'stations are within fifteen mil. 8
of the town and coal mines are remote.
All the fuel has to be hauled from Rolfa
or Gilmore City. Since April 1 rains
havs been so frequent that tbe roads
have been in such condition tbat it has
been impossible to haul any freight.
During the early days of the famine the
dealers' supply of coal wss soon ex
bausted, and those whose supply was
short borrowed from their mare lucky
neighbors. The result was that the en
tire supply in the town wis entirely ex
hausted aad a campaign for wood began.
The wood, too, finally played out, and
now scything that will burn ii used for
fuel. The roads are still impassable,
and bids fair to continue. Orocers'
supplies, too, are running short, and
much convenience has been caused the
Three Barled la the Bala.
Wbotville, Ind., May 3 -A freight
tram on the Liuiav lie, New Albany A
Chicago railroad was wrecked near Otis
yesterdsy morning by going through a
bridge. The engine and eight cars went
down. Ths bodies of the engineer, fire
man and brakeman were buried in the
ruins under tbe water. The bridge was
weakened by rain storms. Tha nam.
ths killed are John Murrv.
Jsmes Bowea, fireman, Elmer Brown,'
Ballraa B.leyeM toth
OlHOIiniATI, O.. M-tV 3. Tha
nnnda, switchmen, yardmen, ssetioa
hsods sad laborers, numberine- 200. am.
ployed by the Louisville 4 Nashville and
the Kentaoky Central railroads la Gov
In too, want out on a strike yesterday.
They have been paid 1.26 per day and
demand tl.50, whioh had been refused
them. The men ssy tbe strike will b
general along both roads, and that an
ffort will I e made to get tee ooadao
tors, brakenen and en el a ear t u..
wrta them and Ue op all trsflb
Will Habere Be-tee.
rv. M.v 5. The rate of sixth
j.fr.b7ht from Cblcaco to tbe
board will be reduced to 20 cents par 100
pounds. It was decided laMefeaia
that such a course was uns voidable in
view of tSe reduction already made
from St. Louis and i-eoria. But this)
decision wee only reached after evry
possible chance of meeting the situation
..a a. iL . a a
in another way bad ueeo pui kihw
nd failed. The adjourned meeting of
the Chicago committee of the Central
Truffle asoc;ation was as barren of ra-
,,it. as the session of Monday. The
v.iwWhilt rjarty. including President
Denewofthe New York Central, and
President Ingalls cf the Big Four ar
rived here yesterday afternoon from
New York ard were met by President
Newell of the Like Shore, I'reeident
odyard of the Michigan Central, aod
Vice President McCrea of the Pennsyl
vania. A meeting of tbeae railroad
magnates was beld last evening, and a'
thouah do official announcement naa
been made of tbe oonclu'ion reached it ie
understood that Chairman Blanohard
ill authorize the Chicago roads to re
duce tbe grain rate to tbe 20 cent basis.
Had soother course been adopted there
is no doubt the reduction wouH hare
been made without authority by the
Chicago k Erie, and probably by the
Baltiruare k Ohio aud Orand Trunk.
After the conference the Vaoc'erbilt
party left for the east and will a 'ejd
the annual meeting's of the M chigan
Central and Lake Shore roads at De
troit aud Cleveland.
Tbe estimated gross earnings of the
entire system of the Chicago, Rock
Island it Pacific road during tbe month
of April are ei,TSC,421, an increase aa
compared with those of the correspond
ing month )ii.tyear of $5S,000.
Tbe report from Denver that Presi
dent Cable of tl e Rock Island is eooo tc
rvsign his cftk and be succeeded by
President Truesdale of the Minneapolis
Sl Sl Loui., is denisd by officials of the
Hong III o Twice.
Wahiiroton, D. C, May. 5. Bower
Robinson, who knocked down Mrs. Co
lon and Mrs. Lackey on tbe Little river
turnpike on Friday last and waa only
prevented from accomplishing his fiend
ish purpose by the outcries of tbe two
women, was taken from en officer and
swung up to a limb in tbe road between
Alexandria and Fairfax county jail by
two masked men yesterday, ne wss
kept banging from the limb till his face
was black and his tongue hung from bis
mouth. He was then lowered, but as
eooo as he regained consciousneaa he
was again swung up to the limb. He
was kept up this time for three minutes.
Before lite was extinct, however, he was
let down, turned over to the officer and
taken to jail. Robinson is a tramp and
ClaiiUb (0 nso 11 J l- U.mMu, aSA.
Patrick O'Hulllvan baa Mot CoBfeeaed.
Joljet, III., May 6. Patrick 08ulli
van, one of the prisoners serving a lite
sentence for the murder of Dr. Cranio,
is very low and his death is expected
any hour. He can live but a few days
at the most. All aorta of rumors ere
afloat aa to efforts made to prevent
O'SuIlivan from making a confession
before he dies, and the midnight visit of
Attorney Foirest of Cbioagj to tbe
prisoner's bedside is the subject of much
gossip sod speculation. Those who
have had access to tbe orisoner sinoa
his itinera declare that he has made no
confession and has nothing to confess.
If no confession baa been made already
there is little prospect of securing one
as O'SuIlivan ha been dslirio.is for sev
eral days and is not likely to become
rational before death overtakes bim.
African Methodlet Conference.
PiTrsBcitti, Pa. The general confer
ence of the African Methodist Eoisco-
pal church convened here today in quad
rennial session with 330 delegates in at
tendance. Ths moat conspicuous figure
is tbat of the once famous missionary
to Africa, Rev. Dr. Cartwright. Tbe
delegates represent thirty-five confer
ences, and the gathering ie the bigLest
legislative body in the church. It will
take nearly an entire month to transect
the business that ia r
- w inn. avg VUU
sideration. This include a niUi r.r
the entire chumh r)iinii i .
, 1 iiu. V4 m UUU"
'deration of tbe condition of the var
ious fields of mission work. New bish
ops are also to be elected.
Be O-t Left.
Chicaoo, May R-The ellintlrml
eyes of Moy Him are red with tears ha
csuse his pretty little Oerman wife has
sloped with a hot torn ale man, carrying
' oeiongtog to Moy, sa well as s
quantity of jewelry and houaehM
goods. She ran away with Pet .
acidly?07 n"rrid Mtni Soeddy,
P1' are. Him ana by presenting ber
mth , m occasional hot tomU b? w
her heart. Lestnhvhthe ..- V-
u!r ' 7id?t" mbli Moy was away and
Beporu free tk.
ITT "rthwa.t ter
ritories Indlcaw ImiwssI storm
was severe in tha northwest, Tbe Me
Leod mslL which started feminist
town on Monday, has not yet Vsaatissgs!
'rom- The driver did act reach fict
HiU(rreek for coal, has be new i taUt H
Fremont ii to
The Fremont Sor
Blair bat fifteen ajj
Mrs. I Goodririi j
Charles Stormi r
6,0i from an h,,
Albion will (
grist mm by Ukiurai'
More farm reaidZl
trace near Superior tW
Oiltinn u i.ui. ...M
p soo v
Seward will ship
John Terryberrv ha
wuiui qi wolf la, d
A Knights of pm.
gauized at billet.
The grocer sbarki
uampton now. Ci.
out oi the lute.
It Is said the R4U
between Waco and Tsj
gumbo for road ballat
Cedar county court d
feet without Injury.
Alliance claims It kv
employes' club witfcte'sf
oi charter members, H
A new wii.g will
Alliance school baBsag
then acconiodair Zi m
John M attic wi d F
has lost about tttntj lt
recently by some nokseaf
The Grand Army nf
ford are making imiit;
the observance of I)
A healthy six tc0
Thayer county has w
Its limbs end at the hi
Tbe chourses ol i
LWjun aic nun uciug u
Torrens of the Omwi V
Cottonwood lumbec , V.
iattsmouth biiiMiiii ,
j awn ago was soann t
J IMS I iciutfii vmum .;;)
U t month were tlx k 1j
An Orphan aijloi
alltuLinn of tbe (iff
ihurcli, is belug qk
There have been ptasf
era) places recently f A
turbad religious senta
Hastings has four tiff
forward to, beldM UrJ
circus of Ju!yi,lfiii
claims a share
- Fort Randall i p
dooed, and the land
tbe state for not pm"
In Boyd county. .
Four out ofnwJ
(Mk, near Gmn!
diphtheria and w
peeled to live.
L. C Johnson of '
bt county United !
he claims was tot
Ojcst DammM J
daims to be tl"
rope Jumper of thi"
000 times without
Broken Bow i
road rumors. The
-.f Kaa Wn let f
Dnlutb A Pueblo ros
In Hastings a coi
eJ vv j j
l .llnn does D
bu commenced itf""
In mwtA the I
rumninv A. -'
tebe recruited f)
Wfb. TOO urea " - . J
eaDed upon 10
A law and ord
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