Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Norfolk weekly news-journal. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1900-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1903)
FUR N ) UFOLK NEWS : KUI1U Y. , IULY HI. IITO
Congregate at Vatican for the
Coming Conclave ,
SHORT SESSION IS PREDICTED.
Cardinal Gibbons Received With Cor
diality , but Not Considered a Papal
Possibility D | Plctro Talked of aa
a Dark Horco.
Home , July 28. Almost all the car
dinals of the couclavo huvo now ar
rived. There was a lengthy meeting
of the congregation , which was notable
for the cordiality with which Cardinal
QlbbonB was received. After the meet ,
inc the cardinals received numerous
visitors at their various residences.
In well informed circles , Cardinal An-
Kclo dl Pletro , jtrodutary of the pope ,
is talked of as a candidate , in case
Oreslia , Hampolla , Gottl or Vannutclll
Is unable to secure the necessary
votes. Should Di I'letro bo elected ,
4 ho would , it Is said , ho the representa
i.f ? . tive of the Uampolla-Qotti faction ,
and yet would ho fairly acceptable to
all. Cardinal Michael Loguc , arch
bishop of Armagh , who , with the ex
ception of Cardinal Gibbons , will bo
the only English-speaking cardinal in
the conclave , arrived from Ireland.
Ha said ho believed that the successor
to Leo would bo quickly chosen. In
his case , perhaps , the hope Is father
to the thought , as ho said ho did not
look forward with a great degree of
pleasure to being shut up in the vat-
Icnn during the present hot weather.
The following is a list of the con
victs who escaped : Hay Fahey , life ;
S. J. Caso. life ; J. II. Wood , life ; Fred
Howard , fifteen years ; Mlko Miller ,
twelve years ; II. Kldredge , thirty
years ; J. Thcron , fifteen years ; E.
Davis , thirty-three years ; J. J. Alll-
BOH , four years ; J. Murphy , four years ;
A. Seabis , twenty-five years ; J. Rob
erts , twenty years ; R , M , Gordon ,
Speaking of Cardinal Gibbons , the
Irish cardinal paid him a glowing trib
ute , though , like all the prelates here ,
he held out no hope that the American
cardinal had the remotest chance of
"Indeed , " said Cardinal Loguo , "I
think Cardinal Gibbons would be a
subject for commiseration if the se
lection should devolve upon him. for
no American would care to spend the
rest of his life confined within the
precincts of the Vatican. "
ULSTER WELCOMES THE KINO.
Edward Unveils Statue Erected In
. Honor of Queen Victoria.
Bettast , July 28. The welcome ex
tended to King Edward and Queen
Alexandra at the capital of Ulsuur
was marked by the same enthusiasm
which has followed their progress
though Ireland. The city was elabor
ately decorated and thronged nnd the
streets were lined by 10,000 troops ,
2,000 bluejackets and 0,000 police.
The lord mayor and corporation
awaited their majesties at the rail
road station and presented them with
an address. Upward of flfty other ad
dresses were presented. The king , In
reply , said his highest ambition waste
to follow in the footsteps of his moth
er and make the well-being of his people
ple , the prosperity of Ireland and the
maintenance of the peace of all na
tions his constant aim. The royal
procession was then formed and trav
ersed the streets to the city hall ,
where the king unveiled a statue
erected in honor of Queen Victoria.
Collides With an Iceberg.
Philadelphia , July 28 The British
tank steamer Baku Standard , from
Tyno , arrived here with a hole In her
bow as a result of a collision with an
iceberg. The tanker , Captain Lucker ,
reports , was steaming slowly over the
Grand * Banks off Newfoundland during
a dense fog at 4 o'clock last Monday
morning when an Iceberg about 200
feet high loomed up dead ahead. The
engines were reversed , but before the
oteamcr could be diverted from her
course , the boat struck the submerged
portion of the iceberg. A small hole
was stove in one of the forward com-
pastmcnts below the water line. The
pumps were placed in operation and
the water was kept down.
Stock Market Shows Improvement.
New York , July 2S. In spite of two
additional failures on the Stock ex
change F. S. Hooley & Co. of this
city and William Bassett of Boston
the stock market showed very general
Improvement and the situation as a
whole was viewed with more cheerful
ness. The Hooley failure was regard
ed as .an Inevitable sequel to that of
W. L. Stow & Co. , which came last
t Friday. The failure of Mr. Basse
was wholly unimportant one of the
No Trace of Missing Bankers.
Plsgah , la. , July 28. No trace has
yet been found of E. C. Hutchlnson ,
cashier of Hutchlnson's private bank ,
and the assistant cashier , Harry
Smith , who disappeared when the
bank closed its doors last Wednesday.
The accounts of the bank are now he-
Ing checked. The shortage so far dis
covered Is placed at $28,000. Only $71
was found In the bank vault.
Two Dead and Two Dying.
Jackson , Ky. , July 28. Reports re
ceived hero state that in a fight on
Long creek Govan Smith was shot
through the breast by John Hall and
as ho lay on the ground ho pulled his
revolver and shot Hallthrough , the
brain. Both men expired almost Im
mediately. On Hunting Creek John
Stldman and Alex Craft engaged In a
fight and both will die.
ALLEN SOUNDS KEYNOTE.
Makes Principal Address at Populist
Conlorcnco In Denver.
Denver , July i8. ! About fifty leaders
of the 1'eoplo's party and other pout ,
leal movements wore present at the St.
James hotel when the contoronce of
political reform loaders was called to
order by J. A. Edgorton , secretary of
the 1'opullsl national committee. Mr.
Edgortou spoke briefly , outlining the
work that it is hoped to accomplish
by the conference In the amalgama
tion of the various reform forces of
the nation into one party , Mr. Ed-
gorton was uiado the permanent chair
man of the conference , with Milton
Park of Texas us vlco chairman and
J. 11. Caldurhead of Montana secre
tary. The day was taken up In the
work of organization and short ad
dresses , TIio principal speech wan
made by former United States Senator
W. V. Allen of Nebraska. Beuutor Al
len favored a reorganization of the
reform forces which should embrace
the various factions now embracing
practically the sumo political doc
trines and differing mainly in regard
to methods. At the evening session a
commlttco was named to draft resolu
tions and an address to the puoplo
and to report to the conference this
afternoon. The commlttco Is as fol
lows : Ex-Senator W. V. Allen , chair
man ; J. S. Fetter , Illinois ; J. M. Mul-
lett , Texas ; Judge Frank W. Owera ,
Colorado ; Dr. II. II. Rccmolln , Ohio ;
H. B. Hewitt , Kansas , W. A. Poyuter ,
The chairman , vice- chairman and
secretary were made a committee to
nominate a committee on organization
to rcundcrtake the work of forming anew
now party out of the reform forces of
TWO KILLED IN EXPLOSION.
Six Other * Injured as Result of Cylin
der Head Blowing Out of Engine.
Now York , July 28. Two men are
known to be dad and six injured ,
one perhaps fatally , as the direct re
sult of the blowing out of a cylinder
head of an engine attached to a pump
in the Jacob lllcchert Brewing com
pany's plant at Alexander avenue.
One hundred and ttlty men were at
work at the time and as soon as the
englno stopped working the ammonia
flowed from the pump , the fumes
spreading to all parts of thu building.
Patrolman David J. Goss was overcome -
como by the fumes while rescuing oth
ers and his Injuries may prove fatal.
The dead are ; Otto Smith , engi
neer ; John Vinsky , fireman.
Upstairs the smell of the fumes car
ried warning and the employes rushed
to the roof , a narrow stairway delay
ing the few who were overcome.
FIVE LOSE LIVES IN ALASKA.
Boat Floating Down River Strikes a
Reef and Is Capsized.
Seattle , July 27. News comes from
Valdez on the steamer Excelsior ,
which arrived hero at midnight , of the
drowning of Miss Lou Wheeler , Au
gust Rehl , Henry and Paul Woldrner
and Burt Ford , In the Copper , at the
mouth of the Chltua , one of its tribu
L. J. Perry and Messrs. Barry and
Dr. Russell were with the party , be
ing in an open boat floating down the
stream. As the boat neared a projecting
reef , the occupants attempted to get
out and in doing so the boat capsized.
Labor and Advertising Their Topics.
New York , July 28. Labor and ad
vertising were the themes discussed
by the Furniture Association of Amer
ica at last night's session of its an
nual convention. The principal ad
dress of the evening was made by Da
vid M. Parry of Indianapolis , presi
dent of the National Association of
Manufacturers. 0. D. Baker of Bos
ton told of trouble he had had with
labor and urged some kind of united
action to prevent encroachments on
the management of their business.
TELEGRAMS TERSELY TOLD.
Robert Anderson , a negro , was shot
and killed near Vicksburg by Miss
Annie Strong , daughter of a white
Stephen Shanks , seventy years of
age , ex-county treasurer , committed
suicide at Frankfort , lud. , by throw
ing himself In front of a Clover Leaf
An extraordinary rainfall has inun
dated Chefoo , China , resulting In nn
enormous loss of life and property
in the native city and heavy damage
to the foreign settlement.
Almost without exception the rail
way systems in the southwest have
placed large orders for locomotives ,
most of them to be delivered by the
time the crops are to bo moved.
Robert J. Burdetto , in his first ser
mon as pastor of Los Angeles , Cal. ,
Baptist church , declared prosperity
is in the air , hut Moses and Joseph
were as rich as Morgan and Schwab
Peter Wolf is dead after a lingering
illness at his homo in Hooslc Falls ,
N. Y. Ho was well known among farm
machinery manufacturers throughout
the country. Ho was seventy-seven
years of ago.
Chairman Procter of the civil service
commission , In reply to Charles Emory
Smith , former postmaster general ,
denied that his ( Procter's ) relatives
have places in the classified service.
The department Is held guilty.
Thirteen persons have been killed
and a score Injured in a railroad acci
dent at Glasgow , where an excursion
train from the Isle of Man crashed
Into the buffers at the station. Two
cars were telescoped in the crash.
Hot" Wave at St Louis.
St. Louis , July 28. Another Lot
wave has swept orcr St. Louis and the
maximum temperature was 93 degrees.
Two prostrations were reported.
Thirteen Convicts Escape from
ATTACK GUARDS WITH KNIVES.
One of Them li Killed and Another
Mortally Stabbed Take Officers of
Prison Along as Shield and Safely
Pace Gatllng Gun.
Folso.m , Cal. , July 28. Thlrte.au des
perate prisoners confined lu thu Fol-
Bom penitentiary mudo u Bucceuflful
break for liberty at the breakfast
hour. After a fierce fight lu the cap
tain's olllce , during which u turnkey
was fatally stabbed , a guard killed and
another ulllcer badly wounded , the
convicts seized a quantity of arms and
ammunition , and using the warden
and other officers for a shield from
their pursuers , iniulo good their es
cape. It Is believed they nro mak
ing for the Bald mountain. State ml-
lltla , ordered out by Governor Purdue ,
have gene to the scene.
The wounded : C. J. Cochrane ,
turnkey , stabbed In the back , may
die ; William L. Cotter , a guard , cut
In the abdomen and died after 11 vo
hours ; W. C. Palmer , cut In the head.
The break occurred about 7 a. in.
The convicts inndo Immediately for
the ofilco of the captain of the guard ,
11. J. Murphy. There they seized War
den Wilkinson , his grandson , Hurry
Wilkinson ; Captain Murphy and sev
eral other olllcors and guards. A dcs-
perato fight took place. The convicts
were armed with knives nnd ra/ora
and with those they assaulted Warden
Wilkinson and his officers. The \vnr-
den's clothing was slushed Into shreds
with a razor , but the blndo did not
touch the llosh. Turnkey Cochrano
fought the convicts with a chair. ruinIng -
Ing blows upon them right nnd loft.
Finally ho was felled by a knlfo
thrust In the back. Guard Cotter wan
cut lu the abdomen so that his entrails
protruded , whllo Palmer waH severely
cut In the head. The lloor of the of
fice was covered with blood.
The oillccrs were easily outnum
bered and soon relieved of their arms.
Then using the officers aa a shield ,
the convicts started for the armory
post on the outskirts of the peniten
tiary grounds. They passed a Galling
gun on ono of the walls , but the
guards were afraid to turn It on the
convicts. When the armory post was
reached , officers there attempted to
Interfere , but were quickly overpow
ered. Then , after further fortifying
themselves with rifles , knives , pistols
and ammunition , a dash for the coun
try was made.
Convicts , each armed with rifles ,
matched on either pldo of Warden
Wilkinson , who was threatened with
death If ho mudo an attempt to ea-
cape , and the oillccrs weie told that If
any of thu pursuuis took the life of
ono of their number that they would
retaliate , lifo for life. At Mormon
bridge , about a mlle fioin the pcnlten-
tlaty , the warden , his son and Cap
tain Murphy were released and sent
back. The others were carried along
with the convicts.
Further on the convicts went to n
fanners house , seized his four horse
team and wagon , gutted the house of
everything of value , took the farmer
with them as u driver and headed for
Bald mountain. Evidently it Is their
intention to reach Alabaster cave , sit
uated near this mountain.
All the convicts uro still at large.
Among the officers carried off by them
Is General Overseer McDonough.
Some fears are felt for his safety , as
he bears the especial ill-will of the
Governor Pardco ordered company
H of PlacervlIIe to the scene.
The several hundred remaining pris
oners made no attempt to get away.
One Killed and One Wounded.
Plucervllle , Cal. , July 28. According
to a report received hero a fight be
tween the escaped convicts from Fol-
Bom and a posse has taken place near
Pilot Hill , in which Fred Howard was
killed and A. Seabis wounded. Both
are convicts. The convicts arc said
to have scattered and to be making
for the surrounding woods. A com
pany of rnilltia is en route to Pilot
Hill and should now be in the immedi
ate scene of the fight. Before the
fight took place , the convicts , who
had picked up a number of citizens en
route and compelled them to Join their
party , had plundered the general mer
chandise Btoro at Pilot Hill kept by
S. D. DlehL
Will Be Lynched If Caught.
Logansport , Ind. , July 28. An un
known negro attempted to assault Mrs.
J. S. Watts , wife of a prominent farm
er near hero. Threshers on the farm
heard her screams and started after
him , chasing him several miles and firIng -
Ing a number of shots at him. He es
caped into the swamp country and Is
believed to be badly wotrided , as
blood was left on his trail. Farmers
are organizing to continue the pur
suit. All are securing weapons and
n lynching Is expected to follow the
Mob Pursues Colored Man.
Farmlnston , la. , July 28. A mob of
farmers began searching for a negro
named Clark , who is accused of hav
ing assaulted a white girl by the name
of Gertrude Hess , on Sunday. The
negro used a razor and the girl's life
hangs in the balance. The mob is
now In the region of Medlll and.re
ports received hero state that they
have surrounded the negro In a hol
low , and it is only a question of a
ihort time before the negro la lynched.
WHEAT EXPORT IS STOPPED.
Will Not Allow Jnpnn to Qot
Further Supplies from New Chwang.
Poltltii ; , July 28 The lliiHHlim ad-
inliiiHtiiitlon of Now I'llviui K hun
fctojtped tint exportation of whout to
Juputi The export of nruln from Clil-
nope ports lu llloiul ; , but the UUHHIUIH |
heretofore huvo Ignored the law.
During the punt week the JupunoBn
obtained niiiny Hit I p loads from Now
Chwang , apparently preparing for war
contliiKonclcu. Gonorul Konrodru-
vlti'h has boon plncod In chur o of
nix armed commercial houtn and the
navigation of the Line river , which lit
construed hero as another ulna of Hun-
Bin's Intention to retain New ClnvuiiR
uud thu ehurgf1 of the river.
Washington , July 28. Whllo there
IIUH been a lull In the Munehtirlun no-
cotlntlunn during the IIIHI week , It IB
stated that up to thin point imtlnfuc-
tory progrcmi hits licon made and ( hero
In every reamm to hellevo that boforc
the 1st of September next u treaty
will bo ready for iilguuturo , which
will define the trade oppnrtunltlcR of
the United Btuten In Manchuria. An
authorized statement on the situation
IB n follows : "Tho quontlon of open-
IIIK new Uu'ulltlen to trndo lu Man-
churlu has been , In miliHtniica , natlH-
fuctorlly arranged with the Chlneno
government and nothlnu remains to hu
Bottled except the duto when mild Jo-
culltlon can ho opened. ThlH will ho
nubject to the rutllleutlon of the treuty
In which the opening Is agreed upon. "
LRUNKEN MEN ASSAULT GIRLS.
Taken from Escorts Near Omaha ana
Omaha , July 28. Alice ( lurd nnd
Ooru Onborno , agi-d Hlxteen youra
each , were tnkeii liom their escorts
near BOIIKOII and brutally beaten and
Dsuulted by u crowd of men and boys.
The Oshoruc girl was lepeatedly as-
mulled and IB now In u HOIUUU ! condi
tion. By a heiolc light on the purt of
the Gurd girl the men lulled to ac
complish thulr puipoHo with her ,
though she was terribly hiulBod and
bouton She attributes her oKriipo to
the drunken condition of the mob
and the fact that she was attired In
black and epcapod In the durkncsn
during the struggle. Five men have
been charged with the eilme and two
nrroBtod. They have been Identified
by the Osborne girl. The ncctiHod men
are Frank Mull' k. two Wiseman
brothorH , John Itoonoy nnd u uiuu
GRUDGE ENDS IN A TRAGEDY.
Two Arc Fatally Wounded and Two
Seriously Injured Near Rolla , Mo.
llolln , Mo. , July 28. In a Hlmolliig
affray at Arlington , twolvu miles
Bouth of Holla , lour persons weio
wounded and two of them will prob
ably die. The fight was the lemilt of
un old grudge.
The wounded nro : Perry Andres , a
nuldo on the GuRconudo ilvor ; J. W.
McDowell , Ed McDowell , CJns Todd.
A remark alleged to huvo been
made by Andres about ono of the Me-
Dowtlis pioclpltatcd a genetnl fight ,
In which guns were drawn and ten or
moro shots fired. Andres Is nhot
through the chest and the ball IB
lodged In his nhoulder blade. Physi
cians state that ho can not recover.
Ed McDowell sustained u sevi-io In
jury of his bond , and James McDowell ,
it ia stated , will trit recover.
Sentenced for Bribery.
St. Louis , July 28. Judge Ryan
passed sentence on five former mem
bers of the house of delegates , four
of whom wore convicted on charges
of bribery and ono of perjury In con
nection with municipal frunchlHO
deals. Following uro those sentenced :
John A. Sheridan , bribery in connec
tion with Suburban street railway
deal , live years ; T. Edward Albright ,
bribery , suburban deal , five years ; Jer
ry J. Hnnnignn , bribery , suburban
deal , five years ; Louis Bceker , per
jury , suburban deal , four years ; Emll
Hartmunn , bribery , city lighting bill ,
six years. All filed appeal bonds In
the sum of $10.000.
Report on Railroad Accidents.
Washington , July 28. The report of
the Interstate commerce committee on
railroad accidents In the United States
for the three months ending March 31
last shows that during that quarter
300 persons were killed and 2,834 In
jured in train accidents. Other kinds
of accidents , Including those sustained
by employes while at work and by pas
sengers In getting on nnd off cars ,
making the aggregate casualties 827
killed nnd 11.481 Injured. There
were 1,650 collisions nnd 1,181 derailments -
ments , causing $2.492,005 damage to
cars , engines and roadways.
Vessel Pounding to Pieces.
SL Johns , N. F. , July 28. The Brit
ish steamer Monterey , when went
ashore near St. Pierre Mlquelon , Is
going to pieces , owing to a fierce gale
which Is raging. The steamers Grand
Lake and Algerlne have left here to
assist in salving the cargo and freight
ing the cattle aboard to Sydney. The
Monterey has 50,000 socks of flour
aboard which cannot bo saved.
Ecuador to Be Represented.
Guayaquil , July 28. The govern
ment of Ecuador has appointed com
missioners in different sections of the
country to prepare the exhibits for
the St. LouiB exposition. A special
expedition will go to the Amazoulc
nnd eastern regions with the same ob
ject. Ecuador promises to make a
good display at St. Louis.
Jett and White on Trial.
Cynthiann. Ky. , July 28. The first
day of the second trial of Curtis Jett
nnd Tom Whlto for the murder of
James B. Marcum was without special
Interest. But twenty-four of the thir
ty talesman responded to the sum
mons of the court.
New Yht Fully Demonstrates
TRIAL RACES DISPENSED WITH.
Challenge Committee Decide ? to Dm-
continue Further Contents ' With
Constitution nnd Columbia All Oat-
"lifted With Choice.
Newport , 11. ! . , July 2H. After Mon
day's nice betwoun the Holluneo , ihu
Cotmtluiitun and the Columbia , In
which ( hu loriuur itKiiln demuiiHlruted
her miporlorlly , the chiillengo com
mitted of the Now York Yacht club no
looted the Holluneo UB the defender of
the Amerlcu'u cup. It wan ulno do
elded to dlHcontlnuo the trial ruccn.
MOUHTH. Morgan of the Columbia uud
llelmont of the CoiiHlltutlon woio per
fectly mitlHllodltb the clioleo of the
committee. They are both of the opin
ion that the llolluiu'o In ( hu fautetu of
thi ) trio. Of the showing of the three
boats during OKI IIOUBOII the Itelluneo
In lulrly entitled to bo the defending
YOBBO ! . In every rueo nho him crnBHod
the llnltth line uhcud , and IIUH lout but
few rureH on ( line ullowuiui'u. It lit
probable ( ho doleinler will pn > < eed to
Bristol for a Uioiotigh overhauling.
Valet Jones In Gnlveston.
Gnlvcston , July 28. Viilel Churl <
F. Jones In In ( liilvonton and Is nur-
prlnod ut the reportii emunutlng from
New York nn to his dltmppeuruneo mid
the unntieceRiiful offnrtH to locuto him.
Ho Btuted emphutlenlly to Rovorul
friends ( but he would not return to
Now York to figure UB a wltnonH In
nny further proroedlngB nr develop
ments lu ( ho cane of Albert T Patrick.
Jones la well mippllod with money , til-
though ut present he Is not
In any labor.
Alleged Stranrjler Arrested.
Mount Vernon , N. Y. , July --Map- -
tin Ebelt , ulHO known UB Kchiiofer ,
huabnnd of the young woman whoso
body WUB found In a Hewer on the out-
Bklrtn of the city , where It hud been
thrown after fiho had been strangled
to death , wus brought to Mount Vernon -
non by Chief of Police Foley , from
Whlto Plains , where ho wnB arrested.
The police have succeeded In tiaeliig ,
Ebelt and IIB ! wlfo ulnioHl to the BOI
where the body WUB found.
Verdict on Brush Creek Disaster.
GreeiiBburg , Pa. , July 28. After de
liberating until midnight the Jury empanelled -
panelled by Coroner Charley Wynn to
InvoHtlgnte the dlRUHter thnt befell the
BruHh creek vulley , July 5 , reached a
unanimous verdict ut Jeannette ho
death of eighteen of the victims , the
Jury found , was due to n "flood caused
by 'nu unusimlly heavy rain. "
Clumge of Venue Not Granted.
St LoulB. July 28 Judge Doiiglnn
ovonuled the motion of attorneys of
former Delegate Harris Faulkner for
u elmiiK' ' * nf venue and bin h ° coiid trial
on the charge of perjuiy In connection
with the suburban Irunchlse dual wau
Auto Injures Prince Chimny.
Mczleres , France , July 2H.-l'rlnro
Joneph of Chimny , whose former wife
eloped with Hlgo , u Hungailan mu
sician , In ISltO , mot with a serious auto
mobile urcldont near the village of
Rouorl while trying to nvold u lycllflt.
The automobile was overturned and
Iho machinist wus killed. The prlnco
was BcrioiiBly Injured.
To Allay Anti-Semite Hatred.
St. Petersburg , July 28 By order
of the chief piosecutor of the holy
synod , the bishop of Klshineff has In
structed the clergy of his dloccso to
exert their influence- the members
of the orthodox churches by sermons
In their churches and personal ml-
monition to allay the anti-Semitic re-
Shot In His Own Door Yard.
Nlobrara , Neb. , July 28. A mysteri
ous shooting occurred bore last night.
William Merrill was shot in his own
door yard by a person or persons un
known. The coroner's Inquest Is now
taking placo. The dead man leaves a
wlfo and two grown children.
SPARKS FROM THE WIRES.
The largo Eighth street market
hoiihe In Wilmington , Del. , was totally
destroyed by fire. Loss , $100,000.
Nine mines of the Amalgamated
Copper company In Rutto and the
Anaconda smelter are to open Aug.
20. Nearly 5,000 men will reluru to
A conference will be held at Chan-
tauqua , N. Y. , on Aug. 10 to 15 , at
which the recent manifestations of
the mob spirit In this country will be
William C. Arnold , a well-to-do farmer - '
er , was taken to jail in Uniontown ,
Pa. , charged with the murder of his
Infant son. His wife , Mary Effle Ar
nold , Is also charged with murder.
Lightning struck the chimney of S.
J. Walters' sawmill near Grand Bay ,
Ala. , and caused the boiler to explode.
William Carter , Alfred Washington
and Lewis Johnson , all colored , were
A report by the chief Industrial Inspector
specter of Austria shows that the la
bor situation In that country is great
ly depressed , many factories running
on short time and the families of the
Industrial classes suffering.
It Is stated that preliminary arrange
ments have been completed by which
the Missouri Pacific and 'Frisco sys
tem plan to build a joint line down
the west side of the Mississippi river
from Memphis to Baton Rouge.
KIDNEY TROUBLE CURED ,
Gcrioral Health Greatly Improved
by Po-ru-na ,
--T- " T t t > t" "f" " '
MRH. M. J. DANLEY.
Mr . M. .1. Dnnloy , Trenmirnr of llu
lloheccn Ixxlgo , I. O. O. ir. , writ/in from
lit ! ! PlrntntriM'l , N. , MlnnnnpollH , Minn. :
111 wnn nllllctcd for Hovornl yearn wllli
kidney Ironhln which bceiimo qulto Her-
iotiHfiUlcnUHMl ( inocotiflldnrnhle anxiety.
/ xpent huntlrctla of dollnm trying to
tie curctl , hut nothlnff gave mo any
permanent relief until I tried I'crttna.
It took lens tlinti three months anit
only ten hot/let tn effect a permanent
cure , but they were worth more than in
ninny hundred dollarn to mo. I run fully
rimtored to health , know ni < ltln < r ueho
nor pain nnd enjoy llfo. " Mrw. M. J.
Thin exporlcnco linn boon repented
ninny tlrm-H. Wo hear of miuh CHHCH
Hourly every dny.
Mrn. Diuiley liiul cntnrrh of the kid-
iieyn. AH POOH IIH HIO ! took Iho rlghd
remedy nho inado u quick recovery ,
A I'roinliii'iit .Sinilhtirii I.inly' * Ill < ir.
MIHH Lauru HopkltiM , of Washington ,
I ) . O. , nleeo of lion. E.G. IlnphltiH , ono
nf the largest Iron iminufuoturcrH oC
lllrmlnghum , Aln. , wrlten ( lie following
letter eominendlliK Periuin. KhoHiiyH :
"lean cheerfullyrccnmmcnil Peru *
tin for Intltffcstlon nml xtatuiicti trotihlo
and an a # owtonic. . ' ' I.mini Hopkins.
Peruiiiu'iireHcutiirrh wherever loeutuil.
Peruna In a Rpeclllo for the cnttirrhnl
( InningoinontH of women. AildruHfl The
Ponmii Medicine Co. , ColumlniH , Ohio ,
for frcso book on cuturrli written by Dr.
y. 13. llartman.
Golcllerc Hcntore Order at DarwIUo.
Iiunvllle , III. , July 2S. Two ( oinpo-
nlen of militia were ordeied bud ; to
KprltiKlleld. CompunleB II and I of
the Seventh reglmei t will remuln un
til It IH believed nil daiiRer of tronblo
In piisl. There IIHH been no edcnro
tbiil another ontbreiiU In cont'-mplat-
I'd , but tlucatfi ure belni ; made or
T.but will hiippnn when the troops
l"nve. Thr Jill nnd the police stutlor *
uro helm ? innnlrnd.
Woman Jail Breaker Captured.
( iulhrla , Oklu. , July 27. DOIII r. . x *
un ullcKcd horHuthlul , has been re-
ralured | ) anil placed In Jull at Wiitim-
KI'I , alter BiieccBafully eluding tin1 nfll-
cem hlnio 1.VJ8 , when Hhu ' " ' ui' < l
tioin the ( onnly j.ill : il Knirli > r.
Tbe wi/nian / WUH lei HI xi ml yarn a
nn mbi r < > l u HUIIK " 1 t < rrilory
Digests what you cat.
This preparation cont.uiH nil of the
dlgcstunts and di 'i'sts all kinds ot
food. JtKlvus instant relief and never
falls to cure. Jt allows joti to eat all
the food you want. The most sensitive
stomachs can take it. Hy Its use many
thnnsai'ds ' of dy puptna ha'-u beco
cured after everything else failed , la
unequalled l < > r the stomach. Child *
rcn with weak stomachs thrive on it.
Cures all sta-nacfa troubles
I'rup.'ui'd m y by I ' I i H i rr ft f'n , i 'idcaga '
iuiii ) ' ' ( "tuirihliH tui.fstlR&Oc. elzo.
Between St. Louis and Kansas City and
OKLAHOMA CITY ,
DENISON , >
And principal points In Texas and the South
west. This train Is now throughout and la
mtulo up of the finest equipment , provided
with electric lights and all other modem
traveling conveniences. It runs via our now
Red River Division.
Every appliance known to modern car
building and railroading has been employed
tn the mako-up of this service , Including
Cafe Observation Cars ,
under the management of Fred. Harvey ,
Full Information us to rates and all details oi
a trip via this now route will bo cheerfully
turnlshed , upon application , by any lenri *
MnUtivo of the
Powered by Open ONI