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'ELEPHONE. SEVEN - TWO
(TWELVE PERSONS KILLED ON
NEW YORK ELEVATED ROAD.
Moat Berlouo Accident Ever Happen-
Ing on Manhattan's Overhead Rail
, way Bodies of Many of the Vlc
tlmt Horribly Mangled.
I Now York, Soit. 12. Tho (loath list
of tho accident on tho Ninth iivcnuo
elevated railroad, when a cur crowded
with early morning workers, on their
way down town, pitched headlong In
to tho street, standB at twelve. Three
men are in hospitals with fractured
,skullB. One of these is unconscious
and not expected to live. More than
two score of persons wore injured,
many of them seriously.
Tho cause of the accident nnd tho
Immediate responsibility remain to bo
fecen. The tnotorman of tho wrecked
train Is a fugitive, while a switchman,
conductor and four guards aro under
The Rwitchmnn Is charged with man
slaughter and the trainmen arc held
Whatever may have caused tho ac
cident, tho worst In tho history of tho
overhead railroads in New York, it
came when a southbound train on tho
Ninth avenue line wns switched off
to tho Sixth avenuo lino at the Fifty
third street Junction. Tho motorman,
expecting a clear track, or disregard
ing tho wnrning signal that tho switch
ivas open, rushed hia train along at a
high rato of speed. Tho first car
swung around tho right angle curve,
holding to tho rails because of the
weight of tho train behind. Then tho
iBtrain became too great. Tho coup
lings broko, tho second car was
(Whirled about almost end for end,
and to tho horror of those who looked
on from below, pitched into the street,
jj Tho first indication people on tho
vldewnlk had of tho accident was a
loud rumbling along tho overhead
Wucturo. Looking up they saw n
ehower of sparks, then followed splint
'crs and tho sound of Bplitting timbers.
tHnddenly tho outer guard rail of tho
'railroad structure gave way, a scoro
of bodies wero hurled through space
and with a deafening crash the car
fell to the street. For an Instant It
stood fairly on end. Then tho sides
gavo way as if they wero made of
pasteboard, belching out n mass of
Thoso passengers who hnd not
Jumped from plavforms and windows
before tho plungo came wore thrown
Into a mass in tho forward end of tho
car. As tho Injured men and women
wero struggling to free themselves,
tho heavy front trucks of the third
car on the train fell almost In their
midst ns tho car Itself Jumped partly
off tho elevated structure and was
-wedged against a building at tho
southeast comer of Ninth avenuo and
Hugo crowds wero soon on tho
scene nnd tho first work of tho hastily
summoned pollco reserves wns direct-1
en in clearing a way for tlio efrectlvo
rescuo of tho passengers pinned down
ly tho wreckngo. Almost every am
bulance In Manhattan wns summoned
and tho injured and dead wore hur
ried away with nil speod.
Threo alarms of lire brought many
engines to the scene. A slight fire
caused by burning Insulation was
quickly extinguished and tho firemen
set to work chopping out tho dead and i
injured. Tho task was not nn easy!
one, for tho henvy car In falling had j
almost completely buried pedestrians '
in its wreckngo. At least one was !
hillod outright In this way, while Po
liceman Henry Aitkens, who wns '
standing directly under tho elovnted
structure, is among those most seri
Corrected list of the dend: Jacob
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in. .tiiiuimi.il, tv mvi viliWil. Ul iXJWiWIv,
Ernest P. Scheiblo, an electrician;
Theodoro Morris, colored; Solomon
Neugass, Cornelius McCarthy, William
Lees, Josoph Bach, James Coopir,
Emma Conlioven, Albert Weiluter, a
clerk; Louis Abel, a clerk.
Of tho dead tho most frightfully
mutilated- was Jnines Cooper, whoso
head was soverod from his body.
, Hofore tho groat crowds collected
.by the news of the wreck could bo
cleared away tho polico wero com-j
palled in use their nleht sticks on a
numN'r f nun b u i-o t mjtlni;
snitch Jiiilr r .tlir va'uabh s
mm the vfctlms. Tho oiricerB had no
time to make arroBtB, contenting them
Helves with drubbing tho miscreants
ns heavily as they could.
Three Dead of Yellow Jack.
Now OrleanB, Sept. 13. Yellow fe
ver report: New cases, 43; dentin), 3;
total cases, 2,370; totnl deaths, 319;
new foci, 12; cases under treatment,
311; casefl discharged, 1,737.
The local yellow fever situation pre
sented the UBiial favorable aspect.
Conditions In tho country, whllo un
doubtedly showing signs of Improve
ment In some sections, nro not alto
gether encournglng. The point of most
soriotiB infection now is Tallulah, ow
ing to the demoralization of the com
munity, but extraordinary efforts are
being mndo to restoro confidence there
and to Lako Providence, which is not
First Train to Goldflcld.
Goldficid, Nov., Sept. 13. Tho first
train over tho doldficld railroad ar
rived hero. At tho depot an Immense
crowd of citizens was present to wit
ness tho event fraught with so much
importance to tho Industrial develop
ment of the district. A big celebra
tion will be held during the balance
of tho week to mark tho advent of
TANNER AT HEAD OF G. A. R.
Former Pension Commissioner Elect
Denver, Sept. 9. Tho thirty-ninth
annunl national encampment of tho
Grand Army of the Republic elected
ofllccra ns follows: Commander-in-chief,
Jamos fanner of New York;
senior vice caiTimandor-In-chlef, George
W. Cook of Denver; Junior vice com-mnnder-ln-chlcf,
Silas H. Towlor of
Minneapolis; surgeon general, Hugo
Palllor of Waukesha, Wis.; chaplain-in-chief,
Kov. Father J. G. Leary of
Tho first business before tho en
campment was tho choice of a meet
ing place for next year. It had been
practically settled In ndvanco that the
national encampment in 190C would
be held In Minneapolis. Tho only
other city that asked for tho encamp
ment in tho convention wns Dallas,
Tex. On a viva voce vote tho dele
gates seemed to bo about equally di
vided between the two cities. On a
roll call Minneapolis was chosen.
Mrs. Abbio A. Adams of Superior,
Neb., was elected president of the
Women's Relief Corps. There wero
originally live candidates and tho bal
loting continued for three hours. Tho
contest flnnlly nnrrowed down to Mrs.
Adams and Mrs. Carrie E. Sparklin of
St. Louis. Tho decisive bnllot was:
Mrs. Adams, 205; Mrs. Sparklin, 193.
SPANISH WAR VETERANS ELECT.
Major Charles R. Miller of Cleveland
Milwaukee, Sept, 9. So far as the
business to come before the second an
nual encampment of tho United Span
ish War Veterans is concerned, tho
reunion Is nt an end. Tho contest
for commander-in-chief was a spirited
one and resulted in the election of
Mnjor Charles It. Miller of Cleveland.
Mnjor Miller, who Is n cousin of the
Into President McKinley, Is a leading
lawyer of Cleveland. For senior vice
commnndcr, Mnjor John M. Ilarland
of Huffalo was elected, and Captain
E. K, Kirk of California was chosen
as junior vice commander.
Washington, whoso clnims for tho
next reunion wero put forward by
Captain Waltor Mitchell of that city,
was chosen over San Frnnclsco. Tho
dnto of tho 1900 encampment was set
so as not to be later than Oct. 15, so
ns to make It convenient for President
Roosevelt to attend.
Tho ladies' auxlllnry elected Mrs.
Mary E. Geduey of Mount Vernon, N.
Y., president and Mrs. Jessie Booth
Perry of Chicago vico president.
CZAR FAVORS AMERICA.
Russia's Ruler Orders Change of Pol
Icy In Regard to Imports.
Oyster Bay, N. Y., Sept. 11. At tho
conferenco between President Roose
velt and tho Russian peace envoys, M.
Witto, by direction of tho omperor of
Russln, presented tho following com
munication: "Somo years ago, In
consequence of a misunderstanding In
tho Interpretation or tho most favored
nation clause, thero woro established
In Russia on several articles of Amer
ican production customs on a higher
scalo than those levied on tho samo
articles when imported from other
countries. His majesty, tho emperor
of Russia, has commanded mo to in
form tho president of tho United
States that ho has been pleased to or
der tho dlscontlnunnco of tho levying
of such hlghor duties on American
prudut'tb in order that henceforth tho
Amorlcnn manufacturers should pay
tho samo initios ns importers from
Railroads Refuse to Grant Demands.
Chicago, Sept. 13. Demands or tho
members or tho Freight Handlers'
union of Chicago for an increase or
10 per cent of wages or an arbitration
of their demands and tho demand for
a conference wero refused. The gen
eral m.imigers of the twenty-two rail
nv 1 i ( n' rlT c, (,i ('! . 'i i
Pu-iuit J li.vr f tUi mivn
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DO YOIT GET UP
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Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
cures maue oy ur.
the ereat kid-
cr and bind-
Z der remedy.
It is the great med
ical triumph of the
nineteenth century ;
discovered after years
of scientific research
by Dr. Kilmer, the
eminent kidney and
blndder specialist, and is wonderfully
successful in promptly curing lame back,
uric acid, catarrh of the bin. lder and
Uright's Dihease, which is the worbt
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec
ommended for everything but if you have
kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will be
found just the remedy you need. It has
been tested in so many ways, in hospital
work and in private practice, and has
proved so successful in every case that n
special arrangement has been made by
which all readers of this paper, who have
not already tried it, may have a sample
bottle sent free by mail, also a book tell
ing more about Swanip-Root.and how to
findoutifyouhave kidney or bladder trou
ble. When writing mention reading this
generous offer in tins paper and send your
address to Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghaintoii,
N. Y. The regular
fifty-cent and one
dollar size bottles are
sold by all good druggists. Don't make
any mistake, but remember the name,
Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
and the address, ISiiigliumton, N. Y., on
Homo of Swamp-Root.
that negotiations wero ended.
Tho news of the refusal of tho gen
eral managers to grant tho increase
in wages and tho declination to hold a
conferenco was received angrily by
tho men. Thoy immediately arranged
to call a series of mass meetings to
consider tho action of tho roads.
Baron Komura's Condition.
New York, Sept. 13. Dr. Francis
Delafleld hns been called from his
summer homo in Hot Springs, Va., to
treat Baron Komura, tho Japanese
peace plenipotentiary, who has been
at his hotel for several days. This
gavo color to a report that tho en
voy's condition Is not as favorable as
had been announced.
Here Is Relief for Women.
Mother Gray, a nurso in New York
discovered, an aromatio pleasant herb
drink for women's ills, called AUS-TRALIAN-LEAR
It is tho only cer
tain monthly regulator. Cures female
weaknesses and backache, kidney,
bladdor and urinary troubles. At all
druggists or by mail 50 cents. Sample
FliEE. Address Tho Mother Gray
Co., LoRoy, N. Y.
AGuarantccd Cure For Piles.
Itching, blind, bleeding or protrud
ing Piles. Druggists refund money if
Puzo Ointment fails to cure any enso,
no matter of how long standing, in G to
14 days. First application gives ease
and rest. 50c. If your druggist hasn't
it sond 50c in stamps, nnd it will be for
warded post-paid by Paris Medicine Co.
St. Louis, Mo.
Are You Lslnsi Allen's Foot-Ease?
Shako into your shoes Allen's Foot
Enso, a powder. It cures Corns, Bun
ions, Painful, Smarting, Hot, Swollen
feot. At all druggists and shoo stores,
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
Take Laxativo Bronio Quinine tab
lots. All druggists refund tho money
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signa
ture is on each box. 23c.
TUIUT.MATISM Cl'KEI) IX A DAY.
Mybtlo Curo for Khotmmtlfim nnd Xournlsln
radically cures In l to :i dnys. Its action upon
tho 8)'btcro Is reinnrknblo nnd inyMerlotiH It
rcinovcB nt onco tliu cniifeo and the dlhcaso Im
mediately illhHpitcnni. Tho first dove Krcntlv
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