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THE BED CLOUD CHIEF.
A. C. HOSMER, Publisher.
John Inglis, D. D.t lord justice
general of Scotland, is dead.
Wateic from the gulf of California is
said to be flowing into the new Salton
lake in two places.
It is stated in Rome that if the next
papal conclave is held abroad the gov
ernment will occupy the Vatican and
exclude the new pope.
A i-AKMEit of Pittsficld, Mich., when
asked what flavor he wanted in his
soda-water, replied, "Onion, please"
He was in earnest, too.
Gkn Booth, now on his way to south
Africa, announced at a London "de
parture" meeting that it was proposed
to build an international Salvation
army temple at a cost of 1,000,000.
Lieut. Michael Giltkuke, of the
United States army, stationed at Fort
Sheridan, is missing under circum
stances which suggest foul play. He
had been on a furlough for several
weeks. His wife was visiting in Wis
consin. A new industry is gaining headway
in the tropics bj which bananas are
dried for shipment The fruit in dry
ing loses one-third of its weight, and
when dried readily sells at 10 cents a
pound. The dried fruit can be trans
jiortcd over bad roads without injury
and retains its flavor.
Jesse Pomkuov, the Boston boy mur
derer, who is serving a solitary life
sentence, attempted to escape recent
ly. He had in his possession a case
knife which had been notched so as to
make a rude saw. He was discovered
at work on the bars of the windows in
his cell. This is his second attempt nt
The London Times argues that
many of the office-seeking abuses
in the United Slates are due to the
power to re-elect the president and it
would be better if the re-election was
forbidden. The Times is of the opinion
that the old argument against such a
change appears in Mr. Cleveland's
question: "What will you do with the
I.v Windsor Locks, Conn., the other
night a jewelry sharp first gave away
rings and jewelry and then sold some
and returned the money until the crowd
was ripe. He then sold watches at
four dollars each and kept all the mon
ey, and suddenly drove away with the
advice to those who had bought watches
that "if anybody asked them the
time of day tell them they did not
Tin: search at San Francisco for the
man who successfully forged Revenue
Agent Thomas's signature to thousands
of labels placed on unmanufactured
opium ended when Yong Gee Ong, a
"Christianized" Chinese, confessed that
he was the person. In the presence of
the revenue officers he imitated
Thomas's signature so well that it could
hardly be distinguished from the
Ttstici: O'Bkikn, of New York, has
appointed a committee to inquire
into the sanity of Alcott Roose
velt, brother of Theodore Roosevelt
United States civil service commission
er, and brother-in-law of Baron vou
Zeedlitz. The petition is made by
Theodore Roosevelt with the consent
of the wife. He has three children and
bonds and stocks amounting to 170,000.
Drink is said to have impaired his rea
son. Ki.siwoon, the Cambridge home of
James Russell Lowell's boyhood and
mature 3'cars, is one of the most attract
ive houses in that city of picturesque
homes. It is a large, room dwelling,
painted yellow, of the colonial style of
architecture, and w:is built by an old
tory merchant whose property was
confiscated in the early days of the rev
olution. During Mr. Lowell's prolonged
residence abroad the house was occu
pied by the family of Ole Bull, the
A Boston firm is constructing a pln
tographic telescope for Harvard uni
versity which will probably be the
largest and finest instrument of the
kind ever designed. The lens is to lie
like that used by photographers rather
than that of an astronomical telescope
and will consist of two achromatic
lenses. Its aperture will be twenty-
four inches and its focal length eleven
feet A telescope of this form but of
one-third its size is now in use at
A semi-official newspaper of Hnm
burg announces that the intention of
the government to use wheat in making
bread for the armv is an important ad
vance in a deliberate policy, the object
of which is to make Germany more in
dependent than hitherto of foreign
countries in regard to economic inter
ests. The newspaper adds significantly:
"Although the Russian rye prohibition
was perhaps really prompted by a bad
harvest it is not impossible that at a
future date political reasons might dic
tate similar measures."
The Swiss, Austrian and German
delegates discussed at Vienna the
fresh Swiss proposals in connection
with the projected commercial league,
but, it is now definitely announced,
thev were unable to agree upon them
and eventually decided upon an indefi
nite postponement of the negotiations.
It is Mated that if Switzerland contin
ues to refuse the concessions demand
ed by Austria and Germain' that the
value of any commercial arrangements
between Austria, Germany and Italy
will be greatly impaired.
If the efforts of two women can
count for anything. Mrs. Potter Palmer
and Mrs. May Wright Sewall will make
the world's fair of Chicago a thrilling
success. 31 rs. Palmer has been all over
Europe securing aid and royal co-operation
with her pet schemes, and the re
sults have already begun to be apparent
in the entries made for the exhibits.
Mrs. Sewall, who is president of the
Federation of Women's Councils, is in
Paris now stirring up women to come
together at the Chicago exhibition for
an international congress, which shaTl
take into consideration questions of
morality, temperance, peace and wom
Little Ah Gin, the only Chinese
woman in Kansas City, Mo?, the wife
of Dr. Chung Sing and the pet of all
the local celestials, is a mother. The
babe is a girl and Dr. Chung Sing is
amusing in his pride. In charming
ignorance of American weight he an
nounced that the "glal weighed forty
pounds." It really weighs nine pounds
and is strong and lusty. The mother
was the recipient of numerous presents
of fruits and knicknacks. In four
weeks there will be a feast and great
celebration. Dr. Chung Sing bought
his wife in San Francisco something
over one year ago. Their marriage in
Kansas City was an event in celestial
circles, as this birth now is.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Gleaned By Telegraph and' Mall.
rEaSONAX AND fOLITICAX.
Gov. Campiiele;' of Ohio, has been
confined to his "room lately with mala
ria, though his condition is improved.
Seatoj:s George and Walthall, of
Mississippi, now have ninety-three leg
islative votes, whic'i is three more than
they need to secure their election.
Barksdale, the sulMreasury candidate,
has only fifty-five votes.
Tire oflicial vote at the Kentucky
election gives Brown, democrat for
governor, 144,108; Wood, republican,
114,087; Erwin, people's, ii5.C:jl; Harris,
prohibition, 3,291. For the constitution,
212.920; against, 74.5S1.
The New York World says that Harry
& New, son of John C. New, of In
dianapolis, has been married in that
city to Mrs. Catherine McLean, who
was formerly an actress.
Steps have been taken to establish
the people's party in Chicago.
TnE Freeman's Journal publishes a
volum.nouH contribution from Mr. Par
nell in which he resumes his attack on
John Dillon and the mass of his oppo
nents. The socialist congress at Brussels
adopted the views of the British sec
tion, which were of a moderate nature.
The American delegates distinguished
themselves by violent remarks.
The battle monument at Bennington,
Vt, was unveiled on the 19th in the
presence of President Harrison. The
occasion was Vermont's centennial as a
Loris I'al'LSEN, the distinguished
chess player, died in London recently.
The London Telegraph says Em
peror William has grown a beard and
whiskers. It is believed he will shave
his chin and retain his whiskers.
Ex-Senatok Saiiin, of Minnesota,
has been married to Mrs. Jessie L.
Swan, widow of a prominent Milwau
The pallium was conferred on Bishop
Katzer, of Milwaukee, on the 20th by
Cardinal Gibbons. There was a pro
cession of .517 priests and vicars-general.
The services were attended with much
The Virginia alliance convention
adopted with only two dissenting votes
the whole of the California platform,
with an addition demanding that con
gressmen elected should give the sub
treasury plan a trial or something bet
ter. A htkono Chinese squadron has been
ordered to Nankin.
Wai.tek L. HitAun, inter-state com
merce commissioner, died at Spring
Lake, N. J., on the 21st Mr. Bragg
belonged to Alabama and during the
war was an oflicer in the confederate
Thomas Suthekland, editor of the
Portland (Ore.) Sunday Welcome, was
drowned while boarding a ferryboat
William D. Hoi.tzmoi.tii, the famous
battlefield guide, ex-director of the
Gettysburg Battlefield Memorial asso
ciation and superintendent of the sol
diers' national cemetery, is dead.
Dispatches from China indicate that
the situation is most alarming and that
the Chinese government is not able to
guarantee the security of foreigners.
Pkksiof.nt Ezeta. of Salvador, has
telegraphed to ("en. Marlscal. secretary
of foreign affairs of Mexico, asking him
to use his best offices in preventing a
new war between Salvador and Guate
mala. Mariscal has telegraphed to
Gen. Altera, the Mexican minister, to
prevent a war if possible.
A London paragraph says: Henry
Campbell. Mr. ParncU's private secre
tary, appears to be the greatest gainer
by the downfall of his chief. He hua
recovered S0..100 by four libel actijns
growing out of the scandal.
Repokts have been received that
Mount Hood, Oregon, was in a state of
eruption. Smoke could be seen com
ing from the mountain and it is be
lieved that the old monarch of the Cas
cades is awakening from a sleep per
haps of several centuries.
Hi'Noaiiy has an abundant harvest
and will be able to send large quanti
ties of grain to Germany as soon as the
treaty between the two countries comes
Tiieke seems to be Cwo "holy coats,"
one at Treves anil one at Argenteuil,
near Paris. Microscopic examination
favored the Treves coat
Goldstein t Miel's dry goods
house and other property was burned j
at Waco, Tex. Loss. $275,000.
Jacksonville, Fla., suffered severely
in a conflagration on the lbth. Sixty
live buildings were destroyed, involv
ing a loss of 1,000.000.
J. N. Wki.sti.h, ex-sheriff of Coving
ton county. Miss., was assassinated at
his residence near Williamsburg. Mr.
Webster stooped down to pick up his
child from the back gallery when he
received a load of buckshot in his ab
domen and died four hours later. No
clew to the murderer.
A most destructive hailstorm visited
Deer creek. Otter Tail county, Minn.,
and vicinitv. It is estimated that be
tween 12.000 and 15.000 acres of grain
were laid low. The storm lasted half an
hour and cut a swath five miles wide.
Chaules Lawuence, ex-cashier of
the Keystone bank, Philadelphia, was
sentenced to eightyears' imprisonment
Sentence was postponed on the two
Mason M. Imley, a student from Illi
nois, was drowned in Sager's pond at
The twelve-year-old son of Prof.
Goodrich, principal of the Peeatonica
(111.) school, was drowned while bath
ing at Freeport 111.
A dispatch from Washington says
that the Sae and Fox lands will be de
clared open for settlement Septem
At Nordcnheim. grand duchy of
Oldenburg, a scaffolding gave way and
ten workmen were killed.
The cruiser Charleston left San Fran
eiseo on the 19th for Yokohama.
The old time telegraphers began their
reunion in Washington on the 19th with
100 members present President George
C. Maynard made a neat speech.
A tekuihlk hurricane is reported
from Martinique. Many lives were lost
The I-nke Erie A Western strike is
still on, causing much inconvenience
by delayed freight
American flour is selling at Callao,
Peru, at SIS per sack owing to the cut
ting off of the Chilian supply.
Jack Stivktts, the St Louis browns'
crack pitcher, has been suspended for
misconduct His suspension Is indefi
nite. The White Star steamer Teutonic ar
rived at New York from Liverpool,
making the passage in five days, six
teen hours and thirty-one minutes,
which beats the record one hour and
A Fim: which has been devastating
the forest of Ami-Loussa, sixty-five
miles east of Mostanage, Algeria has
already destroyed 35,000 acres of tree's
Seven thousand acres of grain south
of Sanborn, N. D:, wero destroyed by a
The Southern Lumber Co., with head
quarters at Atlanta, Ga., has assigned,
with 125.000 liabilities and avetx esti
mated at snoo.ooo.
The American Screw Co., or Provi
dence, R- 1., propose to c-t.blish fac
tories all over Europe to protect their
t A local "eight train was wrecked
near Clevcl Jid,- Miss., and two tramps
and a brakjifnanjftllcdl
Six prisoners-ft Chifiuahua, Mcx., in
cluding the T4kn. J- ' Clayton, who
assisted in thelilling of SL IL Cavitt,
have been sentenced to be shot
Three distinct shocks of earthquake
were felt at St Louis on the night of
Masked men held up the conductor
of a freight train at a signal box on the
Council Bluffs road, near Kansas City,
Mo. After robbing him they shot
Brakeman Ed White dead on top of one
of the cars and escaped.
Frank C. Almy, the brutal murderer
of Christie Warden, was mn down near
Hanover, N. IL He was seriously
wounded before he surrendered.
There was a serious fire at Dallas,
Tex.; on the night of the 20th, com
mencing at Hill's business college.
The total losses footed up 300,000.
The government rain experiments on
the Staked Plains, Texas, are reported
to have been successful.
Two boys were drawn into a sewer
and drowned during a recent heavy
rainstorm at Indianapolis, Ind.
The American Wheel Co., a large con
cern of Chicago, is said to be insolvent
Assets are given as JM.IO.'J.OOO; liabilities,
Ekjht miners were killed by an ex
plosion of giant powder in the lower
tunnel of the Black Bear mine near
Burke, Idaho. The tunnel was caved
in for 100 feet
At Toronto, Ont, the Society of
American Florists elected James Dean,
of Bay Ridge, N. Y., president The
officers of the American Horticultural
association elected: President, J. M.
Jordan, St Louis; vice-president, J. D.
Carmody, Evansville, Ind.; secretary,
John G. Ester, Saddle River, N. J.;
treasurer, J. Vaughan, Chicago.
Luring a recent trip the stokers of
the Netherlands steamship Obdam mu
tinously refused to work. In the dis
pute the captain shot the ringleader
dead and the vessel proceeded without
Lieut. Rukon, of the Alpine chas
seurs, while ascending the Chambeyron
peak, fell down a precipioe 1,500 feet
deep and was crushed into a pulp.
The death list numbered over 200 in
the recent hurricane at Martinique.
The dead bodies of three children
were found in an old tool chest at Iron
ton, O., by their parents, George Ham
ilton and wife. The chest had been
fastened on the outside, indicating
Two German missionaries have been
murdered in New Guinea.
Two earthquake shocks were felt in
Jersey ville. 111., recently.
Convicts in the state penitentiary at
Walla Walla, Wash., tried to escape by
seizing a train in the brickyard and
making the warden a prisoner. Two
convicts were killed before order was
The interior department will not
permit the projected deals between
the cattlemen and Cherokees for graz
ing on the strip.
The Farley national bank, of Mont
gomery, Ala., has closed its doors.
The report that Russia would pro
hibit wheat exportations is declared to
Kate and Mary Walton, sisters, have
been drowned in Boston bay by the
capsizing of a small boat
At Ocean Spray, near Boston, two
men were asleep in a stable when it
took fire. Both were burned to death.
A fearful storm was reported in
the English channel. On the French
coast much damage was done and a
bark was lost and four men drowned.
Ed Macrae, an employe at the gravel
pits a few miles west of Paris, Ky., was
instantly killed by the pits caving in.
He had been at work only about ten
minutes when the accident occurred,
and was buried alive in the debris.
Business failures (Dun's report) for
the seven days ended August 20 num
bered 210, compared with 227 the
previous week and 192 the correspond
ing week of last year.
In an altercation at Bagley's store
near Bctham in Caddo pariah, La., W.
E. Bngley, storekeeper, shot and k Hied
Mr. Ethcridge, a bridge contractor of
The Turkish brigands who captured
an Italian railroad inspector seventy
miles from Salonica the other day, also
captured the railroad foreman and some
workmen, killing one workman who
attempted to effect a rescue.
Tut: coroner's jury impaneled to in
vestigate the cause of death of Clark
Woodman, the linseed oil magnate
o Omaha, Neb., who was found dead
i.i his room at the Grand Pjicific
hotel, Chicago, rendered a verdict that
the death was due to heart disease.
Jonathan Bkatty, aged 00, died
at Indianapolis, Ind., from injuries re
ceived at the hands of footpads last
Christinas eve. He was badly beaten
and had been confined to his house ever
James Rorerts, arrested at New
Washington, O., for the Columbus
Grove robbery and murder, was fully
identified by Cashier Maple, John
Crawford, the hardware dealer who
sold him two revolvers, and five other
residents of Columbus Grove who saw
him at the time of the tragedy.
The socialist congress decided not to
meet in Chicago in lfc92 because of the
difficulty. The Swiss section was in
trusted with organizing the next con
gress in 1S93.
An explosion of gas in the West Fair
mont shafts at Wheeling, W. Va., killed
George Baylcs, aged 14 years, and ter
ribly burned Alexander Robinson, a
Ex-Senator Ingalls has sailed for
Ma J. McKinley opened the cam
paign for the republicans at Niles, O.
Joseph Weiuieic, white, aged 14, and
George and Henry Ice, colored, aged
respectively ."0 and 21, were drowned
by the upsetting of their boat at Gal
veston, Tex., during a squall.
By a fire in a tenement house in Lon
don. Eng., three persons perished.
After a most exciting and vitupera
tive campaign at Staunton, Va., the
election for license or no license was
carried for license by 92 majority.
The brother of Gov. Boies, of Iowa,
The inhabitants of Pirvoll incensed
at the bishop of Grebena for trying to
prevent a service in Roumania, made a
ravage attack on him. When the mob
got through the bishop was nearly dead.
Clearing house returns for the week
ended August 22 showed an average de
crease of 10.0 compared with the cor
responding week of last year. In New
York the decrease was 15. S.
A coRESPONDENTsays that the czarina
has influenced the czar in forming
friendly relations with .Trance and
Baron von Mohrenheim, . tho Russian
ambassador -at Paris, has obtained from
ihe French government an assurance
that in the event of Germany being de
feated by France and Russia, Schleswig
will be returned to Denmark.
C E. Short, the deputy United States
marshal, who had quite a reputation
in Ste ens county, Kan., troubles, was
shot and killed recently by a desperado
named Bryant whem he was trying to
arrest in the Indiau territory. Before
Short died he managed to kill Bryant
with his Winchester.
Charles Hawkins, a desperado, has
been lynched at Shelbyville, Ind. He
had murdered the city marshal, Don
V -"Jfebra.ka IaatopcadeiiU.
The "Independent state ccpVcntion
met at Hastings on the 17th for the
purpose of nominating .a candidate for
associate justice of 'the supreme court
and two regents ofthe state university.
The conveption was called to order at
4:30 and Senator Poynter, of Boone
county, was chosen to preside and G.
H. Pirtle, of Saunders, elected secre
tary, with Messrs. Maybcrry and Lit
tlefield as assistants. Speeches were
made by Congressman Kern, Dech
(master workman of the Knights of
Labor), Van Wyck. Burrows, Powers
and others and the -usual committees
appointed. There were nearly 700 del
egates present, representing 70 coun
ties, 182 old soldiers being among them.
When nominations were reached the
name of J.W. Edgerton,of South Omaha,
was presented for associate justice of
the supreme court and he was chosen
by acclamation. A. E. D'Allerman, of
FurnasrandE. A. Hadley, of Greeley,
were nominated for regents of the state
university on the first ballot J. V.
Wolfe, of Lancaster, was chosen chair
man of the state central committee,
and C II. Pirtle, of Saunders, secretary.
The platform demands the abolition
of national banks and the substitu
tion of legal tender treasury notes
in sufficient volume to transact the
business of the country, such notes to
be loaned to the people, on demand, at
cost of issue, upon good security, not
exceeding .',500 to any one individual;
favors free coinage of silver; demands
laws prohibiting alien ownership of
lands; demands that taxation shall not
be used to build up one interest at tho
expense of another; that taxation shall
be limited to the actual necessary ex
pense of government, economically ad
ministered; favors a graduated income
tax; favors government ownership of
transportation and a state law regulat
ing freight rates; demands that corpora
tions shall be held liable for damages
to employes; favors the election of
president, vice-president and sen
ators by direct vote of the peo
ple; denounces the veto of the
maximum freight rate bill; com
mends the course of the independents
in the last legislature (amended to ex
cept Collins, Gale and Taylor); express
es sympathy with the wage-workers in
their efforts to enforce the eight-hour
law; favors a service pension to soldiers,
a bill equalizing bounties and pensions
for prisoners of war; denounces the
contract labor system; commends the
acts of the Cincinnati convention for in
dependent political action in 1892;
favors the establishment of postal sav
ings banks, and favors the support of
the independent press.
A late cyclone damaged the Kear
ney cotton mills to the amount of 3,000.
The Beatrice canning factory is now
in full operation with a big force of
The residence of Wesley Collctt at
Beatrice, was badly damaged by light
ning during a late storm.
The shooting of a negro prostitute by
a drunken soldier recently threw Craw
ford into "great excitement"
The Omaha plumbers' strike has been
settled on a basis of proportionate paj
for the hours of service given.
S. P. Henry, an old and respected
resident, was instantly killed by the
cars at Ashland the other day.
During a recent storm at Nebraska
City Miss Kate Iledner was struck by
lightning and severely injured.
Norfolk celebrated the opening of
her sugar factory, said to be the largest
in tho world, with a big banquet and
blow-out on the ISth.
Three sons of E. O. Mcrritt and two
other boys, all of Long Pine, were late
ly poisoned by eating corned beef, but
recovered under skillful treatment
Fritz Bohn, a farmer living eight
miles northeast of Dodge, committed
suicide the other night bj hanging.
Liquor is supposed to have been the
During a recent storm lightning
struck the corrall of George Stennett, a
farmer living three miles of cast Hol
dredge, and killed several head of valu
Two burglars, Clark and Parras,
broke jail at Madison the other night
and are still at liberty. Parras had
just been sentenced to eighteen months
in the penitentiary.
While recently carelessly handling a
revolver at Weeping Water, L. II. Ham
mon accidentally shot Oliver B. Dough
erty, a boy fifteen years old, in the eye.
The boy lived but fifteen minutes.
Oliver P. Mason, one of the fore
most members of the Lincoln bar and
ex-judge of the supreme court, died at
Lincoln the other morning, aged sixty
two years. He was leading counsel for
Gov. Thayer in the recent proceedings
in ousting James E. Boyd
Clark Woodman, one of the wealth
iest citizens of Omaha, was recently
found dead in his room at the Pacific
house in Chicago. The surroundings
indicated suicide, but this his friends re
fused to believe, as no known cause ex
isted for such an act Their theory was
that he died of heart disease.
The would-be wreckers of the Bur
lington & Missouri passenger train at
Grafton station, east of Beatrice, have
been arrested. They proved to be two
boys not over fifteen years old They
piled stones on the track three times
for the purpose of wrecking the train,
but each time failed They arc the
sons of well to do farmers, and said
they had read of such things and only
did it to enjoy some fun.
Abraham Williams, of York, met
with quite an accident one day recently.
He had occasion to go up on the wind
mill and when about fifteen feet from
the ground the board on which he was
leaning broke, letting him fall, striking
his head on the platform, breaking his
nose ond otherwise bruising his face.
While drunk John Earhart a labor
ing man fifty years old. was recently
knocked down by the cars at Lincoln
and his right foot cut off.
A waiter named Burt, who is a mor
phine and chloroform fiend took an
overdose of chloroform at Lincoln the
other evening and narrowly escaped
Frank Hake was cleaning his re
volver in the kitchen of the family resi
dence at Nebraska City the other day
when it was accidentally discharged
and the ball passed through the calves
of both of his mother's legs seriously
The strike at the Omaha smelter Is
over and the men have resumed work.
The men finally waved all demands for
an eight-hour day, while the company
withdrew its proscription of James Ba
con, an employee.
The other night lightning struck the
barn of C E. Webster, near Reynolds,
and killed a valuable horse
Mri Mary Hill committed suicide
at McCook the other morning by lying
down on the railroad track and per
mitting a train to run over her body.
She was mangled almost beyond recog
nition. About a year ago she lost two
children by diphtheria, and the next
day. her husband James Hill, was
taken with typhoid fever and died
I since men sue oas mauc repeaicu at
tempts to kill herself. She was in good
i circumstances, having a good farm and
about fifty head of horses and cattle
and a good crop this year, ahe leaves
f seven children, the oldest only sixteen
and the youngest a baby not yet a year
Boiler Explosion In a Basement at
THE BUILDING FALLS TO THE GR0U3D
Tfeaftalna Take fire and a Hrartrradla
Vo of Life R'SQttB-Itedle of tha 1c-
tla Miocklaglj Ilnrned Tk Dea4
Thoaght to ff rUf.
Wew York, Aug. 24. A mest disas
trous and terrible explosion occurred
Saturday afternoon at l'2:3C o'clock in
Park place, between Greenwich street
and College place, just at the time when
the street was filled with hurrying peo-
pie and heavily laden wagons and
Without a moment's warning a whole
block of buildings awarming with buiy
workmen collapsed an the result of a
mysterious explosion, and an appalling
loss oi inc is beyond all doubt.
The number of the dead 1 variously
estimated at from fifteen to fully a
hundred and only a thorough search of
the rnins will establish the full extent
of the calamity.
r ire added to the horror of the situa-
tion and snmo of thn lio.!ic. tit tlu rir-
-..w vv..vu. . ..... - ...
tims may never Ik) recovered
In the restaurant on tho ground tloor
of No. 74. which was kciit bv J. l'eter-
son, there were a crowd of persons at , quiet search w.vs made among the ef
lunch. The number is estimated at J feet of the stokers for rum. but tery
the time of the explosion at between little was found The craft wasforty-twenty-fiveand
thirty-five. Then there eight hours out from port, CapL Baker
were a niiuiler of girls in the wash hail about made up his mind that the
room in the basement. fears of his ntlicers were groundless.
1 ripp; .v. Co., diuggists at TO nnd Ti
Park place, also had a large number of
Ft "at a small, white, vaporish cloud
burst forth from the ground tloor of 70.
"!'i anil 7-1 Park place; then was heard a
dull, deep, sullen roar. This was fol
lowed by an eruption and a mass of
brick, stone and timber was hurled
thirty feet heaven wanL
No more than n second coul I possi
bly have elapsed ln-fore the front walls
of 70, 2 ntiil 74 fell crashing into the
street. The great walls slowly rolled
nnd swelled out with on undulating
motion until thev trave wav ami in a
moment there was not a stick or n stone
sianuuig aoeve tue nr.st uoor Dciwecn
the dividing walls.
The walls of the standing buildings 1
were jagged, as the bricks were torn out
in places. Thev did not retain the i
slightest semblance of what had Wen
three seconds before an apparently I
strong ami well constructed building '
The mass of brick, stone and timber
fell upon the sidewalk and tille-1 half j
the width of the street. j
Sudden.3 nre hurst out in darkly
colored tlames from the third, fourth
and fifth stores of that nart of the
building on Park place nct to (ireen-
wich street, occupied bj- Lindsay's t-pe
foundry. The floors and the other parts
of the place were saturated with oil or
other inflammable matter which fed
the Haines gener Misly. A murmur ran
through tin throng that the build -
ing was lost anil the multitude shiul-
dered at thoughts of the fate of the
occupants of the ruined and burning
part of the building.
As soon as the flames were under
control the work of recovering the
bodies of the unfortunate persons who
were buried beneath the ruins was Ik-
gun by about forty firemen, who
climbed upon the great heap of bricks
that filled the street
After twenty minutes' work the men
saw the dead xny of a man down in
the heap of brick, anil then cleared
nway the mass in an astonishing short
space of time. At '.i.20 o'clock the lody
was recovered. It was burned and
charred so that the features were un
recognizable. About fifteen minutes after the flrt
body was taken out the firemen came
across another bod; of a man bying
under a piece of the roofing near the
side entrance. The man was apparently
30 years old. His legs hands and face
were badly burned.
Other ImmHcs were brought up nt
various times, the remains being fear
Thirteen out of seventeen ImmHcs re
covered have been identified.
The opinion prevails that less than
half of the bodies have so far been re
covered from the wreck, and it Is
thought that altogether not lev, than
fifty souls were killed in the disaster.
Sertoli ItiiiinwH.. .
IrK-wini. Ill . Aug. 'Ja There wa. a
sad closing to the fair nl Macon when a
stampede of farmers" teams ccurred
on the main road leading from the
grounds to the town. There were sev
eral runaways, and a number of people
were thrown from vehicles and serious
ly hurt, but as far as reported none fa
tally. Mrs. F- K. Lemon, widow of
Capt. Lemon. Blue Mound, had her collar-bone
broken. The two-year-old son
of William Day had his collar-lnine nnd
an arm broken, and Miss Mary Hays
was shockingly bruised. I en persons
were hurt and many Macon houses arc
converted into temporary hospitals.
Death Hue to llrst.
Fort Wohti'.Tcx., Aug. i.1 Theodore
Seaman, a Belgian carpenter, was com
pelled to quit work 3csterdny owing to
the extreme heat lie went to his
w wen. o .us
, 1: i i:.t .1 1 : 1
ooarium; jm..-. .......,... .0... i u
in a short time. He was unmarried.
aimnwiu.i'JMiiiiiii. . u- uua. iiurc
.1 i ... ..... i.i n-u v.... t...KA
ye'er lay and to-tlay has been the most
s, vcre of the summer.
Archbishop Ireland, who is likely to
become a cardinal, is a native of Ire
land and fifty-three years of age. He
has resided in St Paul for many years
and during the war was chaplain of the
Fifth Minnesota infantry. He was or
dained to Ihe priesthood in ISil and
raided to thc archepiscopal dignity in
Accoriling to tne return pa .....-. "
the British house of commons the an
nual income of the Church of England
Ls about W.5W.OOO. of which 27.345.W5
are from ancient endowments and SL
42I.C0 from private bounty since 1703.
Out of the British Isles the Salvation
Armv have now 1.705 corps and 1.040
societies, altogether 2.754 separate sal-
ration societies. These Jrc led for ;
ward by 5,soo officers.
A public school law recently passed j
in New Mexico has caused a great dc-
mand for school teachers. The appli- degrees when the atorm m fairly on.
cants so far have not been above one-' The rain fell in torrent and ws ac
thirtl the number required. . companw-d by a wind which on
The statne of Pope Ieo which was roofetl small houses, destroyed
presented to the Catholic nnirersity of shrjbbery. U,rc ap small trrx by the
Washington bv Joeph F. De Loabat roots awl crraW quite a grperal Ia-
1. . -. . , 1 t.. v- . ores-aon that acrcloo wuin it wake.
o cvtor; naa zrnreo aao - j ca the bail to far Ulas '
placed for the time being in the prayer j wlmJoTrs-aad ,.rfpp3K. the leave frora -
room of the nniTersxty. shrnbberr. I A
Mrs. Iarall is reported to be gain-
mg remarKame xacuivy a-s a .tj-c"- j
since she unUertoolc tne duties 01 ecrr-
tarv to her husband.
years to fresco painting and decoraV
ing, and most of the interior painting
of the state capital at Albany ts his t
,. . , t a., I
aerrw ewoB- --; - ir"v- I
to vn. Ia.. allows no one who belong.
ti a seret soeietT. 05es tooacco or
wears jewelry to becoise a ea,ber 9i
Gen. Ialmer. the new commander-in- j. nj,bl jjy a masked
chief of the C.rand Army of the Bepab- wiccaeitr nIe. By h
lIC, Has tnrn BIS aucauoa o. ia , -,:,,. ihrt-w not fire r
MUTINY AT SEA.
ErlUac Hoard Mear Tk
rrota.pt Actio mt th Captala la .afcool-
Inc tht Vfmr Qall a Matlar.
New York. Aug. 22. The Nethcrlaod
line steamship Obdam. which reached
this port late yesterday. wa the ktb
of an attempt of mutiny on th lat
trip to Europe and oae of the ringlead-
cm paid the penalty of insubordlna I
tlon with his life.
According to the atorr of CapV j
Baker, the outbreak was the result of
a plot to take poevdon of the thip.
The OUlam left this pert July Is for
Rotterdam rritVi nnwanl of SM ratlin
an steerage pavscngers. She had been
running but twenty-four hour when
the oflicrr on the brldsn? informed th
captain that there was evidence of dU-
satisfaction among the firemen and
, stokers, all of whom were socialist
and had been ugly before.
CapL Baker went to the furnace
rooms and his presence was the occa
sion for a round of hlvsev He said
nothing, but going to hU cabin sent for
J Chief Kngincer Hal. who told him that
the men uere on the reive of tnutlnT
and that he had pleaded with them in
vain. I fear." he added, "that the
men will draw the fire and leave u In
a nice mevs.
"Yon do your duty nnd let matters
i :hapc themselves." said Cant. Baker.
1 ! I,nr.. "Jd nii.v..tm..r. ., .U .Hr nml
s a..... ..-.. i'.. -v t..- " - ' .. j...- ......
any man below who trios to run the
, vessel will pnv denrlv for It"
I Krervthln' tent me II that nlirhL A
I - -- -r --.----- a
when the essel U-g-vti to slowdown
and finally stopped altogether He
went to the bridge and asked whnt wo
i the mattor The second officer on duly
j told him that he had given tho engine
' room no signal to Mip or even to slow-
Just then the chief engineer rushed
to the bridge "Come Ix-low," he shout
ed to the captain, "the men have put
out the fires and threaten to take inv
life if I insist on giving tliein orders.
,. ;?.? f .. i
I Thev refuse to obev nie in anv wnv
' Capt. Baker hurried below He
found twenty of the tin-men and coal
! passers bunched toirether beside the
furnaces. They had drawn ilie tires'
ami ttie vessel was Minpi3 noiuiiig ner
i . .. . .....
...... .... -. . ... .j-. . .
j head to the wind with the tild of a few
What is the matter with vou fel
lows''" Mild the captain A general
howl from the men was the answer i
"I'll tell 3011 what is the matter."
said Peter Ihizen. w ho iipetired t- l
the ringleader "We hnte grown tired
of this life and wv intend to run thinifn
to Miit ourselves. That's what the 1
"Is that the expression of yur.elf?"
1 hundred Capt. Baker, "or aie v u
Ing as s(okcsmun for the others-'"
"I don't care what the other fellow
do." said Dtien. "I am going to bite u
1 good time or know wli)."
"All right.' said the captain, "yon
can accomplish your purpose when you
' do away with me."
"If that is so I'll do it now," said I111-
j 7'ti and picking up a huge iron pick he
j sprang at the captain. The latter drew
I back, pulled a navy revolver from his
loeket, aimed it at Dueii and tired
The man fell at the captain' feet
with an oath. The ball had entered
his left breast and two hours later he
The quickness and determination of
the captain filled the remainder of the
mutineers with alarm and they fled
In everv direction nlout the furnace
The fires were relighted anil the res
sel proceeded on her wa3. reaching I.ot
tcrdam without further incident.
The Inxby of iMien was buried at
sea. Papers on his Inxly showed that
lie was a rabid anarchist, with any
thing but a good character He was a
Polander and unmarried.
At Kottenlim Capt Baker had all
The ''.00 passengers who were on
Ixiard the vessel were greatty excited,
as all ox 'voted that the mutineer.
would gel Msessioti of the craft The
matter will 1ms fully settled on the re
turn of the craft to tin? other wide.
j Shipping men are confident Baker will
1m' honorably acquitted.
Tim 1.1 at cif Vlrllma of tli llurrfratto
(rot l.ar'rr - It Knn I i Into llir llao
lrrl. Pa ft i. Aug. -!.! Additional details
from St Pierre, eapital of the island of
Martinique, which was visited by a
terrible hurricane Tuesday nitjht show
that the facts already publlsued are not
onl3 in no war exaggerated, but that
they did not tell the full story of the
The niinilT of dead was originally
estimated at sixty with hundreds of in
jured, but the latest dispatches received
here announce that II people are
found to have lieen killed in the coast
towns alone, while the total loss of life
, s estimated at over 100 at the lowest
while the injured numl-er over I.O0O
The towns in the interior hare not
been heard from as yet but there is no
doubt that the lovs of life in the Inte
rior may have ten as great If not
greater than in the coast towns, it is
-..,.. .. .,.n.
to even main an
. 1- .,...-...
estimate of the nnrnW of rxsnne who
i lost their lives through the cyclonic
.l.f-l.-- hl, , t.ol.t w. mneh
. ruin an( dcv,lalion to thc unft.rtu4te
1 Klre Uocnn KMm..I.
St Iori. A nc 'Ti. - While one of the
Adams Kxprevs Co. wagons was stand
ing in front of their office at Broadway
and Olive streets yesterday afternoon
two men accosted a tr who w a sit
ting in the wagon, asking hin to direct
them to a certain street While on of
the men conversed with the boy the
other wedged his wav to the back of
iixT n A'Ull ami uiiAii t iu i'ii vinri.
U .,- 1 tt ll I...I. ,- !, 1
ofT tther. Iter it
that a package was missing from the
wagon. The express people say the
package contained only Slf0, but tb
impression prevails that the amount
will run into the thousands.
Kax Crrr. Mo. Aug rrj -Hearr.
dark clouds ushered In a violent stoms
which sr ept over Kansas City with all
it fore at 3 30 o'clock yesterday after-
non. doing considerable damage- The j
thermometer dropped from 5 to JL4 j
las IIW I p.
IAtlr.s. Ore.. Ang
j Prine-rille and Canyon Citr tage vu
bed np abrat tbirtr mile from hr
tsan with a
r oror Uwe
ill tel- ai4
fhea dfoTe OQ The miU j
.j,, v.Terl roocry order a&4
IVy Trala WfKkfft.
Nitbeaska Citt. Neb. Acg. TZ.Th
woald.u. wrcckrrs,of tfce B-rf--uja i
Mtvsonn p-2grr train at Graf ton
tatioc. eat of licatrice. have bees r
rcated. Tby proved to bw two bon.
ED SHORT RILLED.
Th Notd Uald SfUm Deputy
KILLED IT TIE DALT05 CA5C.
( CBnairllaf AwhiU e !
felr-H of lk UMfMiawt KIIU4
nr ftkart-Tk Ik
KlsortHR. Ok , Aug 21 -C K.
j Short, deputy Unltrd Mt marhl.
! wa hot and killed TCtcnlAT. bt not
brforc he had in turn hU aad killed
Charlc Bryant, one of the uolortoua
' Dalton gang
The double tragedy occurred at t
komlv a ataoll alatkto on the Hock
Iland railway ktwrrn Henneey and
Knid. L T.
Short tru on hU wav to Wichita with
Hrrant. Near WaukomU the prlwner
!?cured hort" rerolrer and hot Short
Short vcured hS Winchester ml In
turn shot Bryant
Both men died lnido ol two minui-. i
Short ira a well known enaracier in
... . ...I
the Aouthwest. havlnir inade a repute-
d t tlon aa a brave oflicer In the Merens
e j county (Kan.) trouble, in !- H-had
the name of U'lng a dead hot atl
t tl,.. .. I.-... ..ist,,- In (hr .MrfpB
t ..l i.. .M... .". .--- -
Ith.tit t-r l.rr&nt ta.s a tnemtT
of the Ital'oii gang and w a aupp.vuMl
to hac a-s.sttcd in the recent train rob
bery at Wharton, Ok Saturday ! '
went to llcnnexsov for uj'4le and was
The Ialton gang was seen yeUrdv
In the vicinity of llennevser ami iartles '
left here In the nfterntxMt on their trail
The Uxhcs of the dead meu are now
at Caldwell, Knn.
When Mwrt left on this trip hi last j
words were that he was i,ol.ttf after a '
bad man and would run uu
were tinueeessnrr lle will kill
rather than ! kille.. and I Umw It,"
he concluded. but there hare Iwsrn
M,ieli men tnbeu
Mmrt's w.mls were spoken earn.-
lv. though little attention maa paid t"
them at the time.
w n alxint .V
jeara old, of
itrvnnt was a tall man. wetualn-r it
I..II i I"MII11'S . ...
,,Jexton. re.embtln very much
i lean. Bolli in-n were crack
baps IS) Hnmilv with a srrthy com
a Met '
w Idely known nnd fearless. j
vsottini iiiin t
(irtitt'iK. "k. Aug i. -A Muta
tional and doubly fatal -.booting scrape
oecurre.l ii the Cherokee reservation
3-ehterd:iy Ker since the ndilery of
the Santa Fe train nt Wharton. I T.
nearly three mui.ths ago. Iiepiity Mar
shal VA Short bus li-n up the trail
of the robU-r. They led him n hi t
chase through Oklahoma nud Indian
territories. On two or three recent oc
casions he and two other officer, who
were with him came very near captur
ing ihe desperadM-s, four In niiiulor
While sliort was in WaukomU, a
small tow 11 In the Cherokee nation, h
saw Charley Itrvnnt the leader of the '
band that hold up and robbed thetrnlu.
lie pulled two long forty-fives from Ms
hip pockets and throwing them down
111011 Itrvnnt said.
"You're 1113 prisoner " '
"The h I you sav," exclaimed Itrv
mil, reaching for his revolver Before
he could pull the weapon .short fired
The bullet rnlssed Bryant, who then '
drew his gun. A he was getting It In 1
Mtsitloii to use It .Short tired again
The ball entered Itrv ants heart, kill -
ing him instantly
Some of the inemtiers of Itryant'n
gang ami friends lm did not le!otig to
Ids gang witnessed tho shooting They
hastened to Bryant's assistance, butdid
not got close enougu t niiuri u use
their revolvers elTectively until alter he
had dn ppd Bryant
Covering Short with their weapon.
they opetieil a fiisllade uKin him.
-bort replied, firing three shots. A
till I II1 i. HM'11 HI IIMT ' ! UV a I"l l"
penetrated his brain and he dnppel to
the ground a corpse The gang then
risle out of town, leaving the )dle of
Bryant and Short lying where tliy fell.
I'llnipl Self Helena.
Kaa ( itv. Kan., Aug UI Dan
l.eardon killed Knoeh nlvln, a negro
farmer. In a bliKxlv fight on the M uncle
iKuilevanl. six miles west during the
early hour of v eterday morning
After killing the negro l.eardon drove
to his home near M uncle, and after eat
ing break fnst started U the residence
of Jame Muck tier and gave h!mef up
He was lodged In jalL Kranlon was
s-en in the county jail He had lieen
instructed by hU attorney not to talk
to reprter. but he said that Calvin
hal lieen killed In elf defense He (a
a son of Michael l.eardon. an old farm
er. ami bear a god reputation, but I
said to lw quarrelsome when drunk
He has a wife and four children.
1...ITI ... f l.a mta .r I I aM '! a-kaall. '
Killed III r-rmrr rrnr
FoitT WoitTII. Tex . Aug i. In the
rirrldors of the Pickwick hotel. lA,a
Camplell. a Fort Worth commission
man. shot A. Dalllhone. a Shrcvep-ri
cotton buyer, three time. Two bullets
entered the aMornen and Iallirne
did at H o'clock last night T)e thlnl
bullet hit a rib, glancrd and trtic
andy Blre, a bylander. In Ihe rm
famnWI iH make rvo it.-Uernrnt fur-
ther than to ar thB killing was in self
ilefen.. The men bad li"n partner
in buslne at hhreveport Iv.. a year
or two and lb" trouble grew ovjt of
their btiine. dUagr-emeat- Camp
lrll has made many frbnds during hi
lirrv f.atnpl.e CM41lOTft.
Coi-t'Mnfa. O. Aug; 2i The rendi
tion of (Jot Camptll re-Tjaln aotit
the same aa it ha been for the p-t 1
three daya. !! I able V lw about his '
Tunm but not to go on the streets or at- j
trnd to baslaea of any character It '
is thnght the slow pn'S'T'' made n
J Improvement will de'ar hU departure
for Uh- east at leat till tHe middle of
ra-niwr ira.iu umm much .or
. . a . .I1 ... -.IT a W -
t a rope.
ABOUT LIVING AUTHORS.
BcTT.nj Kirui haa begun the
of a typewriter
Jmnit Mr iRirr. lie rnrm-s ,.
already wrKVo elrrca is jf -TrB
pb.Tn."altie-mgh he I, mj thirty yeara
Jaxc Wnrrrowa lUtr t, while abroad,
is arranging to kave an ed.lJoa of hU
"hk lA&ed by a Ixodon yabilttwr.
with elaloraVr llltrvtratire-.v.
Tnr. payov-nts Ut Bret IIrV- br hi
English pobltshcr latyejir & sak! t
hare reachctl a Uxl of 5ii.59. hBj la
nv-rva be w paj.1 only SUOXl
Aurt.stnj: IH-xs t akl U hav-T
worked in -.eae irataUlng eT)e- in bi
sew co-saedy. a b- 4-t krreral weeks
(bat ct a vral at Monte Carlo last win
ter obserring tbr play
Fiu Wftrjxra Wtxxm began her
pttical carrcT at the age of eij-at
years, and at erxtrtm h? hxl a Jr-1
farae l:fore she bad e-rcr be-a ten saiir
away frora her orjuntry hoove.
THr -wife of tbe well-katrwa writer
fr. Mxx ViltU iW real
saroe is Iaal BUmrtt. will acewtnjy
aad bsctnrcr. Stxx WiUU wboe real
ber basbasd tm at a-it yretonng It?.
which will be tirtwgb .astraJIa. al
will mssrsce Is SerSier aeitt
IMGALLS ON PROHIBITION.
Tk Ki-nl(f tf Thl Thf l
HarWIy a tUmtt In K tthf IJ..r
War ru MtifrL
Arrmo. Kjv, Ar 2t Tbf Vr.
tho national orrn of tw prnWWUim
trtr. having nt ont a rrcnlr IUt
i a.leln for ctnrlin f minWn aVat
certain allcccl UttiH tiw.fi
1 alatcrocnV made by John J IjcH
hl rf-h at IrohIWtfon JrV. Mais-it
i . ..
UUnd. New York. Affwt 5. aad
exprr.ol in an art' in t Kwman
thrrr year a ami ! ?r ikr
Uon concerning the lienor traflW it
Kanus Mr lnll rpo l prt .
.tn.l I trrri. ;wrf"t ! - '
lUd re r-n4l lk""
of liitit Hlr h tmfi'
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. THE MARTINIQUE OlCiASmn.
Th Hurtle-.!.-- In ... 1'ewoli .! ImI
PHt. AV it NrtwlUa.iUk
j that Martinique wa l'rih W wat Iwit.aa
' colony mid that lH rejKtrt rear" ton
j f nun "the I Hllod s.tate May tla4i
' hurricane had wept mr tfct kJaavl.
eaiming vast damag" lf tl alf
iiii-Atfrr details wrw rssl.t4 tl llUa
ellv yeter.lr moriilMg
The first Infor iiiaIkoi wa tknt
vessel in the barter of 1"m-1 it r
the principal harUr. ka.l Wet. t.
that all Ihe Ii.mim at Infl I'M
and at .St Pierr. ll raantisJ. W.4
damaged by th hMrrtra a4 lavaU
nmnr live were rqrli l !. .
Otllelal advleass wxW la ayltajf
niiliouiiced thai tho ss1m4mII) iallk mmt
vlslt.il Martilqt Is Imm aacatt
' nlueo Ihe year IIT Tan itaMtaatH- k
said to equal tke ff.m.Mt ry. tH wfckffc
swept oter the Islam) ( AaMjIifH. Mk
At Port de Kri.nNt tkorv ka lw
twelve lives lost and Ih UoalJl (furl 4W
Prance ainl Nt llern. U oj mtlhtmg
of the ooutitry dUtrW-t. lWrs Ik
lieen large iituilwr ! jfal ka)aot
At St. Plern flv pf ! at i
Ui have lxvn UI1Ih1. IhI It U
thal thU iiHmlr Ht rswriaaajiii
tl(. entire list In the eap.tnl
I Iwtrurtloit of ftroj rty a4l la f
' lf0 , rt,,r(e,l frum alt rrtm .f tk
' ca,t. The latent reirt rmi-nr-f .1
j ,SL pj,,rre from lwnHtlnn w i
lj, hurricane coiih.aI. kttr Ik k'
J ptrM, alone in add.Uor. tf n lars h- .1.
H,r u( it,Jre.t
; At Krane W there Utm Imm ntet
(eople killed an-l larjfn mttnt-'r in
jured and at Ulrlere Jll.t Ur War-
j Cn two r more deaUa. ad fewaa all
pnrl f t),,. UlaHt imnhin Uw lab mi
woo and denotation
tHark VA .l,M, . Ilmali MIM"iir i,
r ml lel Im III ltn l l'l-ie'
t:lilrillx f "' Mlel.l
ClIP AOO. Air il Tk .Usui -4f -I
Clark WiHKlman. owe tf the itakTti
citiren of Omaha. Neb. axt a .)
ential dtreet.ir in tke 1m-wo4 oil irmm.
was found yesierdar aiterwi-m k baa
rorn at the l.rnn! Paeilfcr lacHWl. Thm
general wppUH k Ukal
was that of a awW-kle la e
such an aet Is Ull a m.i r-iadk mf
terr and all the i-trta.faa.'w V av
by any mean mm8rm tk Ukaavry
suicide, whUlh Is h w erf r.
enei liy a lew straae m mmt
Mr Wx-lnuii wa a wnsuWr 4
grain rtmimr-.. Hrtn f vV.-taia, a.
Harris, with tU-- at IT Ukrf
building Tke nwrunt naaaor km fctak
he. wb'Hui estlni-ale Mrsllk iak m
tielc.il.rk.--l ,t s; iMMa k4 laa ft
largn fart of h t-rtmmm dmrvaif W
eent ri In tke prse mt frtm mm tJaa
.nl of trade, hail b mmm mm't
frnin.! U$ rtindrm taw rmavar Tk
' ju,,U,r ineml-er of '. Oram, i Hr-
r ei aimed tkat eiepi ka tmmvfmmf
with hlmw-ff Ms lrtyr awrr il
the nl of trade. awl Uaat rrs Uaa
hr did wot gt mlM Um r;wX
nf the firm Mnrii; awtaif-a
ever li- 4il rwt n tav4 W
' in th- rtr natit 1m lar4 vt ka
death He b4 nt w- kirn trr a
and ireiio"l tUst lae w la
S) Stlnl IWkk iIV.
W.suisiTit. Ah? II TW
trotler f tle erjrfervj ' vrUmi"mmt aav
tlvM-iIng Ihe fMto.!vg mtmmi ka
t beyin busirxw a saww ywtoytaiy
Tbn Parmer A. lerkasl' '
tank. of Cwker Itr. K-a .
f-VJ.trn. arvd tie .S.'Und Wav! mt
Mary . Kan.. iapstl. iWgl
tT-ij ttrl h-l.
Fokt mxtw. ArV,. Ame tk
" J"1 r--- -r- . - -w
wr Con-llT to Oe ia-f5i'-
' tfm by ex I"iJitr Mra
itrd Jlosby A levly rmA
tVr- It night for Uke .!
Ir. lk.eIL ft
Mlfcsrsfar.jt. Ag Jt
1 tmmU IHm-
bri yeterlay . na4ifit ttm aVa
i nt tJe attrotroet mt lT P t. mWr
' f-te. IK I txUr tt ?t M,
ehrh at Whojft(W. U C. mm
j-f-r AfcbtHafc-' Sljtot t UaU
HmlMg at I ir-rf m U
ljrrmrju AJ Tl Ja 4mW"lf
the- te.aix.k4f &reBu - wale teat a
death fr li-- taiar-i-rr mt k ly JhV
daA Mart3. Tm bj fc Jaaaaai
May last Uy ka a xtior U aa
Harioo iVck. ths r, . Jbaarj? !
jACjoiritAjr, I. Aajr tl -T-
ciAUirx-a t Jh 'arstrr. rvs44aar
Arca-iU. thi caSy, &A a MAsr
of bW llpathcrta. Tli- uae
roalaVu. uxt It Is al&d tlsr-
wcrsr coelracVsJ fr ief '
u beia; trv-Ated A th I rss f He
UjLjmTZK. S It. Ar ft IlaOrrt-
U oia ity t-. J'ra.k C Ahajfr
th Wat-U ortirrr CS.rt.tie Wr-d-a.
h be luealct aa4 a CKfe mt
pr)ia hav jralhr3i -l J- sc
to lycri ti srretch.
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