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THE NORFOLK NR\VR : FRIDAY , SK1TKMIUWJ7 , iflOI.
Court Orders It Entered as Not
Guilty , Which Is Done ,
TRIAL WILL BE A SHORT ONE.
'Jury Is Quickly Secured and Presen
tation of the Government's Case Begun -
gun Surgeons Who Attended the
President Give Their Testimony.
Buffalo , Sept. 24. Leon F. Czol-
03z was placed on trial yesterday ,
charged with the murder of President
.William McKlnloy. He entered a
pica of guilty , \\hlch was changed tenet
not guilty by the court. All the
events of the day Indicated that the
trial will he short. The court con
doned at 10 o'clock and within two
hours eight Jurors had been secured.
Technicalities were not raised by the
examining counsel , hut It was slgnlQ-
cant that every man who said ho had
not formed an opinion on the case
was excused by the district attorney.
Those who acknowledged that they
had formed an opinion , or stated that
they wore prejudiced , but admitted
that their opinion could bo changed
by evidence , were accepted by each
Bide. Justice Truman C. White , ono
of the oldest and most experienced
of the supreme court Judges , was on
the bench. Immediately after the
opening of the court and after the
prisoner had pleaded , Justice Loran
L. Lewis , senior counsel for the de
fendant , announced that together
with his colleagues , former Justice
Robert C. Titus and Carlton E. Ladd ,
they were ready to act In behalf of
Jury Quickly Secured.
The work of securing the Jurors
was then undertaken with a celerity
that was amazing. Deforo the day
was oveu the entire panel had been
eworn , the jurors had listened to a
description of the Temple of Music ,
had seen photographs of the interior
of that structure and had been told
by three surgeons what caused the
death of the president and the effect
of the assassin's shot upon the vari
ous organs of the body. They had
also learned why the fatal bullet had
not been located. The presentation
of the government's case began short
ly before 3 o'clock , when Assistant
District Attorney Hallor began to ad
dress the jury. He spoke very briefly.
"Wo shall show , " said he , "that for
some days prior to the shooting this
defendant had premeditated the
Bhooting of the president. He knew
.4 that on the Cth of September the
president \\ould receive the populace ,
that on that day ho went to the ex
position , got in line with the people
and approached the president , that
he had a weapon concealed in his
hand and as the president extended
his hand in kindly greeting he flred
the fatal shot. Ho fired two shots In
( act. Ono of them took effect In the
abdomen and caused that mortal
wound which resulted in the presi
dent's death. That , In brief , is the
etory we shall show you. Witnesses
will tell you this story and I am sure
that when you have heard the evi
dence you will have no difficulty in
reaching a verdict of murder In the
first degree. "
Five Witnesses Testify.
The first witness , Samuel J. Fields ,
chief engineer of the Pan-American
exposition , described the ground floor
of the Temple of Music , and was fol
lowed by Perry A. Bliss , a photog
rapher , who presented views of the
Interior of the building. The remain
der of the afternoon was taken up
-with the testimony of three physi
cians , two of whom had attended the
president , while the other performed
the autopsy. The latter , Dr. Harvey
R. Gaylord , was the first of the trio
to bo called. He described the loca
tion of the wounds In the stomach and
the direction of the bullet. The cause
of death was attributed to the gun
shot wound , but fundamentally he
eald It was duo to the changes back
of the stomach In the pancreas ,
caused by the breaking down of the
material of the pancreas as a result of
the passage of the bullet.
Dr. Herman Myntor followed and
his testimony was of Importance , in-
as much as It brought out the fact that
the reason why the fatal bullet
had not been located at the autopsy
was because of the unwillingness of
the president's relatives to have the
president's body further mutilated.
CDr. Myntor and Dr. Mann , who fol
lowed him , testified that the
primal cause of death was the gun-
ehot wound In the stomach. One ef
fect of this wound , they said , was to
cause the gangrene to form In the
pancreas and the spot of poisoned
tissue was as large as a silver dollar.
Assassin Remains Indifferent.
The prisoner , Czolgoiz , during the
morning showed no Interest whatever
In the proceedings , but as th testi
mony proceeded he paid more atten
tion. The probable duration of the
i trial , It Is believed , can be placed at
two full days.
It Is not probable that any defense
will be put on , owing to the character
of the prisoner and his refusal to help
the attorneys In tiny way. The Idea
of an attempt to enter upon the ques
tion of his sanity Is not thought of ,
In view of the repoits of the two
alienists who have recently examined
him , and there Is ground for the be
lief that the trial will be concluded
in one day more.
Death of Judge Ady.
Colorado Spilngs , Sept. 24. Judgn
Joseph Ady , ngod 55 years , a prom
inent attorney , formerly of Newton ,
Kan. , died hera yesterday of consump
REDMOND AND PARTY COMING.
risli Delegation Completes Plans for
Visit to United States. i
London. Sept. 24 The plans of the
Irluli delegation which Is to sail for
HIP United Stutofl hnve been com
pleted. John Redmond , the Irish par
liamentary loader , will bo accompa
nied by MesHfH. Mcllugh und Thomas
D'Oonnell , members of parliament.
They will sail on the steamer Majestic
rrom Qtieetifltown , Oct. 24 , Michael
Davltt will Join them at New York.
Mr. Mellugh Is at present undergoing
six months' Imprisonment In Kllmutn-
ham Jail. Ho will bo released Oct.
21. Mr. O'Donnel ! will make ad
dresses In Celtic. John Redmond an
nounced that he would not Hollclt
subscriptions in the United States , ua
Bitlllclent funds to meet the parliament
ary expenses of the Nationalists had
already been received.
MAIL CRANE CRUSHES SKULL.
A. L , Albright , Engineer on the Illi
nois Central , Is Fatally Hurt.
Fort Dodge , la. , Sept. 24. Passenger
train No. 11. on the Illinois Central.
pulled Into Fort Dodge yesterday with
Fireman Hert Simmons at the throttle ,
two passengers shoveling coal and En
gineer A. L. Albright lying uncon
scious In the baggage car. The train
was passing through Ascot , ten miles
from Council Bluffs , when It came tea
a sudden stop. Conductor McGonegal
hurried to the engine , where ho found
Albright Ivlng unconscious on the
floor of the cab In the arms of the
fireman , wiio had stopped the train.
Albright had boon struck on the head
by a mall crane while looking out of
the cab window. His brains were
oozing from the opening In his skull.
He has not regained consciousnebs
and there Is no hope of his recovery.
OVERTURNS NEBRASKA LAWS.
Judge McPherson Holds Three Stat
Omaha , Sept. 21. Three statutes of
the state of Nebraska were declared
Invalid by decisions which Judge Mc
Pherson , who has charge of the equity
docket In the United States circuit
court , handed down at Council Bluffs
yesterday. Two laws passed In 1897
for the regulation of fire Insurance
companies were declared unconstitu
tional and the law passed in 1897 for
the regulation of the charges to bo
made by the South Omaha stock yards
for the feeding and yardage of stock
was held to be Invalid because of a
defect In the title.
Big Copper Mine Closes Down.
Butte , Mon. , Sept. 24. The Never
Sweat , ono of the principal producing
mines of the Anaconda Copper Mining
company , was shut down yesterday.
Four hundred and fifty men were em
ployed in the mine. The shutdown
was made necessary by damage done
In the shaft and engine room by a
slide of the earth , a displacement of
fully seven Inches having occurred
In the last few months. The founda
tion of the big hoisting machine ,
which was put down at a cost of $40-
000 , has been broken and shoved out
Woman Accidentally Shot.
Fort Dodge , la. , Sept. 24. Mrs. John
Osterson was shot In the side and
badly wounded by a 22-caltber rifle In
the hands of Harley Nelson , ycster-
[ lay. Mrs. Osterson was with a picnic
In the woods and was sitting near
some bushes when the boy , not see
ing her , flred at a rabbit. The bullet
struck Mrs. Osterson in the right side ,
inflicting a severe wound.
Bank Officials Arraigned.
New York , Sept. 24. Piesldent Will-
lam H. Klmball of the Seventh Na
tional bank ; Frank B. Poor , of the
failed firm of Marquand & Co. , and
Gamaliel S. Rose were arraigned be
fore United States Judge Adams yesterday -
terday on indictments returned
against them Sept 11 , in connection
with the Seventh National bank fail
Royal Couple Shoot Timber Slides.
Ottawa , Ont. , Sept. 24. The duke
and duchess of Cornwall spent yester
day on the Ottawa river and the forest
lining its banks and were given a com
plete exposition of a lumberman's life.
They shot the timber slides on rafts ,
lunched in a lumberman's shanty and
enjoyed a day's outing novel to them.
TELEGRAMS TERSELY TOLD.
General Israel Garrard , owner of
Frontenac , one ot the most famous
of Minnesota's summer resorts , died
at his homo in Minneapolis Monday.
The Cleveland city council voted
to Include the Lord's prayer , the ten
commandments and the Twenty-third
Psalm In the course of studies now
Official announcement has been
made by the Santa Fe of the comple
tion of the railroad extending from Will-
lams , A. T. , to the Grand Canon of
A largo portion of the town of Kal-
lundboorg , 58 miles from Copenhagen ,
has been destroyed by flre. "The loss
will amount to 500,000. Its popula
tion Is about 3,000.
George W. Bowman , a wealthy min
er , has agreed to give to the People's
Church of America $1,000,000 of the
earnings of his mines to further the
work of the church.
The Commercial Pacific Cable com
pany , with a capital stock of $100,000 ,
was Incorporated at Albany for the
purpose of laying a submarine cable
from California to the Philippine Isl
ands by way of Honolulu.
Because Louis Suddcl , a baker in
Argentine. Kan. , expressed satisfac
tion upon hearing that President Me-
Klnley was shot the citizens of that
town Monday held a mass meeting
and decided to enforce a strict boy
cott against his bakery.
Bates Tells Inquiry Board of
Narrow Escape From Crash.
TWO NEW WITNESSES HEARD.
Commander Hellner and Engineer
Bates Examined Schroeder of the
Massachusetts Talks of the Coal
Supply Bring In Sampson's Name.
Washington , Sept. 24. The part
played by the battleship Texas In
the battle of Santiago on July 3.
1S9S , In which the Spanish fleet under
Admit al Cervera was sunk , was the
bftslR of the greater part of > ester-1
day's proceedings of the na\al board
of inquiry Three witnesses exam-1
inud had been otllcers on board the i
Texas during the battle , and two ot j
them were now witnesses. These
were Commander George C. Hellner ,
wlni wns the imvlintfir on tli i Toxna.
and Commander Alex B. Bates , who
was the chief engineer on that battle
Commander Harbor , executive offi
cer and the chief surviving olilcor of
the ship since the death of Captain
Philip , was recalled. The fourth
witness was Commander Senton
Schroeder , executive olllcer on the
Massachusetts and now governor of
the Island of Guam.
The testimony several times dur
ing the day was somewhat exciting
and it was especially so when Com
mander Hellnor described the battle
and the part the Texas hud taken In
it He said that when the Brooklyn
inado Its loop It passed the Texas'
bow at a distance not to exceed 100
to 150 yards , and that by the com
mand of Captain Philip the Texas
had been brought to a dead stop. En
gineer Bates testified that the star
board engines had been stopped and
said he thought this also had Imp-
I penod to the poit engines. Commander -
! mander Hellner expressed the opinion
| that three miles had been mndo In the
, maneuver and that pail of the- ma
chinery was deranged. Ho mild the
Texas was in greater danger when
the Brooklyn crotscd her"bow than at
any other time during the battle.
Hcilner Disagrees With the Chart.
On cross examination , Commander
Hellner admitted taking part in the
preparation of the official navy de
partment chait showing the positions
at diffeicnt times of the ships that
participated In the battle. Ho said
I that according to this chart the two
ships were never nearer than fiOO
yards of each other. But ho con
tended that the chart was Inaccurate ,
and lie had only consented to it us a
At the instance of Captain Parker ,
Commander Bates examined the
steam log book of the Texas and failed
to find any mention of the reversal of
the engine , while ho admitted that
other matters which Captain Parker
characterized as comparatively unim
portant were noted there.
While Bates was examining the IOR
Lieutenant Henry B. Ward of the bti
reau of na\igatlon ttppioached him
and leaned over his shoulder Captain
Parker demanded in excited tones that
he be directed to co awav. hiivlnir Hint
he had no business theio Admitnl
Dewey replied that Lieutenant Ward
vras there under the direction of tlio
navy department. Waul did not
change his position.
Commander Schroeder testified
concerning the coal supplv of the
Massachusetts which he taid would
have been sufficient for a blockade of
1C to 20 days. The day closed with
another animated discussion between
counsel as to the policy of bringing
Admiral Sampson's name Into the
Mr. Raynor said : "Notwithstanding
the strenuous efforts ot the learned
Judge advocate to keep Admiral Samp-
on out of this case he cannot keep
him out. I may as well Indicate here
first as last what I regard as some
of the Important features of this case.
Of course , your honors know wo pro
pose to show that Admiral Sampson
from flist to last was not in this fight
at all , and that Admiral Schley had
thrust upon him tUo responsibility of
this battln "
SAMPSON TO RETIRE SOON.
Commander of Boston Navy Yard Asks
to Be Relieved Oct. 1.
Washington , Sept. 24. Rear Admi
ral Sampson has requested the navy
department to relieve him of his pres
ent duty as commandant of the Bos
ton navy yard on Oct. 1 , on account of
the bad condition of his health Sec
retary Long has granted the request.
Rear Admiral M. L. Johnson , com
mandant of the Port Royal naval sta
tion , will assume command of the Bos
ton navy yard on. Oct. 1.
Admiral Sampson will retire by age
limit Feb. 9 , 1Q02. Ho could retire be
fore that , if ho wished , under the 40
years' service clause on his own re
quest , or he could apply for retire
ment to take effect Immediately , on
account of poor health. However , as
naval officers eenerally take pride In
serving out their full term , it Is prob'
able that an extended leave of ab >
uence will keep Admiral Sampson on
the active list until the 9th of Feb.
Low Rates to Live Stock Convention ,
Denver , Sept 24. Chairman Mac
Leod of the Western Passenter asso
elation notified the secretary of the
National Lire Stock association that
a rate of one fare plus $2 had been
made from all points within his terrl
tory to the ttfth annual convention ol
the association , which convenes In Chicago
cage Dec 3. The Central Passongei
association , covering tctrltory cast ol
Chicago , hai made a similar rate.
RECIPROCITY WITH CUBA.
Preside it Decides tc Negotiate Trade
Aicement ( , With the Island. '
\VnHliliitin | | Kept 24. ( li'iinnil
Wood \\lio left hint nlKht for Culm ,
rxpc'ilH to lotuni to Washington In
NoMiil > i < r and hi Ing with him a depu
tation Horn the Culmu cotiHtltutloiiul
convention authorized to negotlato *
teclptoclty agieeinent. About Hit ) ar-
tlcli'H ptodttced In the United Htiitcti ,
the nioMl Impottant of which im > ro-
reals and machinery , will enter Cuba
at reduced iiitci If the aRtooment bo
perfected Sugar and tobacco will b
tin ? prliii'ipiil Items of Cuban pioditc-
tlon to lie I'litiHldciod in the reclpioclly
Genet al Wood hai been urging enrly
action In order that the prexeni ctop
of Culm may be benefited and he will
rettitn In November with the object
of Inning the ruclproclty agreement
srtit to c'ongri'HH as noon an It IIHHOIM-
hies In December. Hit ) dotot mtniitlnn
to act quickly \vun reached after HOV-
oriil cotifeioncoslth President llooso-
ANDREWS ON VERACTn
Denies Report That He Said Lying la
Lincoln , Sept 24 Chancellor IC.
Benjamin Andrews of the University
of Nebraska gave to the AnHoelatod
Press IttHt evening a correction and
denial of a report started at Chicago
coin crnlng tin address IIP recently do-
llveted there. The chancellor luild :
"A icport IH In circulation to the effect
that In a lecture on vetaclty IriHt
month at the University of Chicago I
taught that under certain rlrruin-
stances IjliiR IH Juntlflnhlo The report -
port is absolutely false and without
foundation. Sotno cureless repot ter
must htne ascribed to me a view
which I mentioned. In the lecture to-
feni'l ( to i maintained with all the
logli und wattilth at my command that
lying Is never justifiable under any
cliruiiiHtnnc'OH or tor any pnrpcmo
whatever No other Idea of my meanIng -
Ing outit-red to any attonllvo Uuf-
CAMPAIGN OPENS IN IOWA.
Cummins Speaks at Republican Rally
In Centervllle ,
Ceiitervllle , In , Sopt. 24. The Iowa
campaign WIIH opened hem yesterday
by Hon. A B Cummins , with a Hpt-celi
to a large audience. Illy speech wan n
masterly exposition of the pilnelples
and policy of the. Republican party and
his eulogy of President McKlnley
was exceptionally lino. Ills arraignment
mont of iiiiiueliy * UB Hcvoro Ho
said thoie was no loom under the Stiup
and Stilpes lor the nnatehlBt. whatever
over his method of warfare , and muni
elthi'i change Ills mind or change lm
place of icHfdenco.
Boer Meeting In Chicago.
Chicago. Sopt. 24. At a meeting
here last night of clti/cns in sympa
thy with the Boers , resolutions won
adopted asking President Rooseveli
to take such action as he thinks bosi
to bring about a speedy termination o
the war In South Africa. A committee
too was appointed to secure signature !
to the resolutions , after which a mass
meeting will be held at the Audltorliiir
and u committee appointed to rarrj
the resolutions to Washington. Al
the bpcaKtTH scored Gieat Britain fo :
her treatment of the Doers , espuclall ;
women and children , who , It In
claimed , are dying by the hundreds.
Callers at the White House.
Washington , Sept 2 i. President
Roosevelt was at the white house
early yesterday. He walked over from
the residence of his brother-in-law ,
Commander Cowles. Among those
who saw the president durlnp ; thr
forenoon were Senators Mlllard of Ne
braska , Cockroll of Missouri and Me-
Cumber of North Dakota , Representa
tives Long of Kansas , Prince ol fill-
nols and Babcock of Wiaconsin. The' '
bureau chiefs of the treasury depart
ment called as a body.
Herr Most Is Held.
New York , Sept. 24. Joliann Most ,
arrested last night at a meeting of
anarchists at Corona , L. L , was ar-l
ralgned In court there on a charge of
violating the section of the penal code
which relates to unlawful assemblage.
Ho and two others of those arrested at
the same tlrno were held In $5,000
bonds each for examination Sent. 2fi
Chicago Anarchists Free.
Chicago , Sept. 24. The anarchists
under arrest here are to go free. In
the hearing before Judge Chotlain
yesterday the prosecution said there
wan no evidence against them and
agreed to their discharge. Similar ac
tion will be taken In the case of
Emma Goldman in the lower court.
SPARKS FROM THE WIRES.
Frank Erne was knocked out In the
ninth round by Rube Ferns nt Buffalo
Fire Monday destroyed the Grand
Trunk elevator and pier at Point Edward -
ward , Ont. The loss is estimated at
Secretary of State Power of Missis
sippi , who has been 111 ten days of
pneumonia , died Tuesday morning at
President Roosevelt Monday ap
pointed Joseph J. Langer of Nebraska
to be consul of the United States at
Sollncen , Germany.
The big floating dry dock at Ha
vana , recently purchased by this gov
ernment from Spain , will be sent to
the now Olqngapo naval station In the
At a conference In St. Paul , at
tended by ropteBC'ntatlves of the Northern -
' ern Pacific , Great Northern and "Soo"
roads , it was decided to meet the ac
tion of the lines west of Chicago by
continuing homeseekers' rates In effect
KHAFPCH ISSUE3 STATEMENT.
SCOICB Other Labor Orcjnnlz.itloni for
fnllure to Extend Aid.
1'lttnlilllK , Sept -I'leHldeilt Hliaf-
fct ol Amalgamated uHHoclntlmi
lini pieimied an cvluumtlvo ntatemriil ,
tovlewliig tlu * liuldeiitx of I lie Into
HtilUe of the steel \\otltettt The ( Ir-
rtilui will be mailed at once to nil the
of the iiHHocliitlon. Tk Inti r-
fcaluio of 1'ii'nlilont Sliaffcr'n
Htuteiiieul IH hhi mete cilttclHiu of
other labor ornmil/.utloim , enpi' < Inllv
the Ameildin Kedeiatlon ol Labor , fur
their fiillttie to ( ome to the aid of tlu
Amalgamated nmiocliitlon lie IH cHpn
dully iicveic' In MM ctlllc'lHtn of thimn
labor letnleiH who pnimlticil iimilHtitlKn
nnd failed In keep their agteemciit
Tlteie WIIH a genetiil lemitilptlon lit
nil thc > mlllii lieic unit at MrKooHporl
yesteidny. exrcpl lit the tin plate mlllii ,
which were woiklng with the tmmo
foicco mi liiHteelt. . Tin1 iitrikoni had
pleketH on iietlve duty again lit I fin
Star nnd MoiuuiKuliela ( In pluto platitii
in thin city und a ntioni ; force of po
llen weu > tilHo on hum ! to pi event riot-
STRIKERS BECOME RIOTOUS.
Fire on Men Who Are Working and
Governor Is Appealed to for Troops.
Miidltuuivlllo. Ky. , Sept. 24 The
Rcni'innr him been uppculcil to for
tiooptt to hold in check the turbulent
conl mine iitilkcrH. The Htilkeni
opened Hie on lleuelcke milieu liotu a
guno Dint yardii oft und inuluiilly
came neaier. Ono Hipnid of 25 or HO
Rtrlkeut iitooil within 50 yunlu of tlm
main loud and poppcied the Htieet.
The Kitiiiil who WIIH palioiling In front
of a row of mlnora' hoimeu beat a haitly
retreat. The loslHtuiiee of the Htilk-
OIH WIIH the muni determined yol of-
Tim Hliorlff l RiimmonliiK ovury
available , iihle-hodlcd man In the coun
ty. They mo being armed and will bo
placed at the mlncB to protect the
piopeity. No won ! liaa boon ro-
cohed I torn the * governor in regard to
bonding the mllltlu.
Rioter Shot nnd Killed.
OrblHton. O. , Sept. 21 There WIIR a
riot at ( JoiHt' Run mine lant nlnht and
riaiik Stoiuin , ono of tln > ilotem. nun
Hliol und killed by John Suliuii. u Hun-
giuIan. Thu tni'ti aociiHcd Suliuii of
beltiK un inline lilHt , asked the com
pany to dlscliiiiKc him ami at the Humn
time notified Stibnii to leave the local
ity AH neltlic'i icquoHt wan compiled
with , a 1'iowil lust night Hiinoiindcd
the hotiHO where Siihan boaided und
ilddlod It with bullets. At the holpht
of the I ray a Hhot from the hounn
killed Frank Htemm , one of the uL-
Will Reject Doer Appeal.
The Hague , Sopt. 21. It IH under
stood that the executive council of
the arbitration tilbunal will declare
Itself Incompetent to deal with tlio
Boer appeal for arbitration upon tlio
Issues Involved In the South Afilcan
WAQASH ROAD OR A DIG WAR.
Casiatt Makes Unusual Demand of
Surrender on Gould.
Philadelphia. Sept. 24 Tlio En
quirer says "A. J. Casual ! piesldont
of tlio Pennsylvania load , IIUH de
manded of George Gould the mm under
of the WabuBh railway system und
thnVlipf llm * find I.tiUn I rte 11 * n
pike which will net a pioflt to the *
CionldH , under throat of cutting off the
wliolo of thc > Weutem Union telegraph '
lines from the entire Pennsylvania i < ;
railroad syHlc > in , as well as fiom the-
Vandoibilt llnc'H , wlilc'li liavo ng/oc d < l
to the deal This IB a thteat which J
moana a war greater than any that /
bus taken place In this country. The
penalty means that the Western *
Union will buffer the greatest blow In I
its history and will lose many of HB < 5
ptofltablo lines , which will bo turned %
over to Its great rival , the Postal Telegraph - < "
"This ultimatum moans moro than
any other railway deal In the history
of this country. It Is believed that
the Goulds will accede to the demand
and that the Pennsylvania will not
only add nearly 3,000 concomitant
mlles to Its trackage , but will get rid
of A rival for the Carnegie steel busi
ness , which Is the largest factor In
the whole affair.
Surveying Kansas and Southern.
Rtiinni'lll Ifnn Cnr.t OJ ) , . , i i
I..U11IUI iti , i\uu. , : cfl tat IIIUJUIU
Ncvlns. locating engineer for th
Kansas and Southern railroad , started
here yesterday with a gang of sur
veyors to run a direct route to Oma
ha , Neb. , for that road This road
was projected here some time ago and
$70,000 in bonds were voted by Emporia -
poria city and Lyon county. This
road , It Is snld , is being built by Oma
ha capitalists with the view of get
ting cattle from this territory for the
Baseball Results Yesterday.
National League Plttsburg , C ;
New York , 4. Chicago , 1 ; Philadel
phia , 3. Cincinnati , C ; Brooklyn ,
25. St. Louis , 9 ; Boston , 3. Ameri
can League Boston , 4-2 , Detroit ,
5-9. Philadelphia , G ; Chicago. 3.
Baltimore , 5-6 ; Milwaukee. 4-4. j
Washington , 3-3 ; Cleveland , C-7. i
City Marshal Fatally Shot.
St. Marys. Kan , Sept. 24 City
Marshal George C. Welsh was shot ,
and perhaps fatally wounded yester
day by Edmond Williams , whom he
had arrested for a trivial offense.
A lynching it feared and Williams
has been put In the county jail and
a cuard placed over him.
Engineer and Brakeman Killed.
Grand Rapids , Mich. , Sept. 24 By
a collision ot a passenger and freight
train on the Grand Rapldo and Indiana
railroad , near Cadillac , yesterday. Engineer - ,
gineer Fred Zimmerman and Brakeman - ,
man Hiram Wlthrow were killed and
four others Injured. I
Women arc Like
nnd lilrxjin. SlcHy , they wither and
d e Lv-ry woman ouihl to look well
nnd f rl wll It s IIT nyht ami duty ,
but she mliht ; as wnll try to put out a
lite with od ai to bo healthy nnd at
tractive with dnivuo corroding the
organi tlmtm.iko hern woman. Upon
their health dfprmls her health. If
thera Is Inllammation or weakening
drama or suffering at the monthly
period , attend to It at once. Don't
d-Uy. You ro one step ne.ver the
p.rave every day you put It off.
Women can stand n trsjt ; deal , but
they cannot live forever with disease
druRtflnc ut the most delicate and
vital organs In their body. You may
luve b" n d'celved In so oilled curei.
U n iluii'l Hi'o Imw ymi L'piild liulp It-
tli nIn KM tun li \ \ rtlili'-m Htuff on
tint inurUi I Hill \"ii won't liu iU- !
ni | " ItiUil In llnidfli'M's I'l-nmlii lU'ir-
nl il > r V.V liKln 1 1 MlH tlm niiu inuilU
i i n ni in cut III for u DIM u nly lilt I'tirtu
Is us inn li lillon in i Ixtwi-i'it It und
niliiir HO i ulliiil i mm illi'H an tlicru lit
In i ui 11 M iu' lit nail u 1'iiij ; I trail In Id 'i
I'i'timin Uictilnlnr vnuii's tinpilti ,
hii.n | tlm ill IIUH , | ir inn ti s tubularity ,
ntri ii > 'ilii'iis , jiiinti' * an I i li nisi H It
< 1 < M < 4 all this fiil | < My nil I I'usily nnd
n.itiirully It l fur WHIM n nli mi to < l < > .
tl IB wlii'llnT t'iry Mill It ' : nr
niik Hr.i llu'l I'H | < t-nliii , r Hit ut
liittld , H pir bottle nt drm ; Htoro
Him 1 fir our CIM l i < rtfcUt
lilt ( IRAKI II I D HtGUUKM C ( ) . , Allnntn , On.
Al all drug toir . 25 DOMI 25e.
Nuticc of Application for the Pnidon
or Commutation of the Sentence
of Lulnnd Sp
To Whom 11 Muv Cone-mi Notkoix
h < n by given thut on Kudiiy , ( Jotobur
the Ith , I'.M > I , at 'o'clock ] > in ot said
iluy , or us noon ( hoiciiltor as the iimttor
CUM bo heard , application v > ill bo inixdo
to thii gnvoinor of the Htutoof Nebraska ,
at hift ollk'o in the capital Innld'iiK ' at
Jjincoln , Nubrai-kii , to put don Loliind
SpauldiiiK who IN now Honlnj , ' out a
HtmUiiic'o In the Htiitupanitontmry for the
ullo cd crinio ol nipn upon one An uHtu
Schtilt01 to commute lun Huntcnco UK
miiy HOOIH most proper to the wild gov
Said application will bo miHtained by
potitioiiH , loiters , uflldiivitH and other
evidence and will bo ur cd on the
KroundH not forth therein.
The petitioner , Leland Spanieling , was
sentenced by the dlHtrict court of Macli-
HOIJ county , Nnhrnnlca , on the U7th day
of April , l)00 ! ) , for the term of live years ;
and liiiH Hincu wild time boon serving
Dated September 0 , l)01 ! )
I3y HiirnoH A : Tyler , his attorneys
The proper way to secure cus
tomers Is to talk directly to
them We are looking for new
customers ( or our advertising
space It Is what we have to
sell We know It Is good. It
Is worth all that we ask for It
and more If there Is any per
son In this community who has
anything to sell , who has any
need that isn't supplied , we want
him to use these columns.
Tell the story here. Tell It
simply and directly. Hun
dreds will see It and read It.
If your goods are salable and
your wants reasonable your
communication will receive
WILL MAKE YOU RICH"
This U a dArtng etatemrnt , but Sii. I
teri e di boar It out enry tUno.
. .Combination Corn *
nrtwUu fcoruone rth
Oir tei ( m&rreroC the
lltoniof b Tp r cre. Hn'
crop ( Is n V ( Ur Mwltiff
WhaT lt ?
roa i do. STAMPS
ilttU NOTICE m U
t > ( ul UCY , 10 Giiln
f r < lu ( X ) bv. tr A. ) 6x1 ,
CttO kuh.l fir A. ) Ktp ,
75 la.p i ) t'uoil , U.\S otU
John A. Salxep Seed Co. U Crow.
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