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THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL
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NORFOLK NEIUIASKA K1UDAV AUUUSl1 iM. 100B.
NEBRASKA REPUBLICANS PICK
A STATE TICKET.
* * . 0HELDON NAMED FOR GOVERNOR
Convention Adopts a Platform De
manding a New Deal In tno Levying
of Railroad Taxes and Commit !
v Party to Direct Primary.
Lincoln , Neb. , Auc23. . In a siren-
Oous session of twelve hours the Re
publican state convention nominated
ticket headed by Attorney General
Morris Brown lor United States sena
tor and adopted a plattorm which Is ,
in some respects , a radical departure
from past party declarations in that it
'domands "a. new deal" in the levying
of railroad taxes and for railroad reuu
latiou and commits the party to tt
direct primary method of nominating
officers. The principal fight was on
senator , six ballots being required to
nominate Brown. Ills leading com
petitor was the veteran Omaha editor ,
Edward Rosewater , who accepted hla
defeat gracefully and in a speech
pledged support to the ticket and con
gratulated the party on its inaugura
tion of new principles.
Following is the ticket :
For United States senator , Norrlg
Brown of Buffalo county ; for governor ,
Oaorgo U Sheldon of Cass ; for lieuten
ant governor , Melville R , Hopowell of
Burt ; for railroad commissioners , Hud-
aon J. Winnett of Lancaster , Robert
Cowell of Douglas , Andrew J. Will-
lams of Plorco ; for secretary of state ,
George Junkiu of Gosper ; for auditor ,
JDdward M. Searle , Jr. , of Keith ; for
tate treasurer , Lawson J. Brian of
Boone ; for attorney general , William
Thompson of Merrick ; for superin
tendent of public Instruction , Jasper
X * McBrien of Johnson ; for commis
sioner of public lands nnd buildings ,
Henry M. Eaton of Dodge.
Proceedings In Detail.
The convention was called to order
by Chairman Warner of the state com
mittee. Prayer was offered by Rev.
Mr. Presson. After the reading of the
call by Secretary Allen of the comml't-
toe Chat .an Warner introduced W.
E. Andrews , temporary chairman , who
delivered an address.
After the temporary organization
had been made permanent the conven
tion voiced its disapproval of the plat
form drafted by a committee appoint
ed in advance" and a new committee
on resolutions was selected.
The following were placed In nomi
nation for United States senator :
Norris Brown of Buffalo county. Ed
ward Rosewater of Douglas , Frank M.
Currlo of Ouster , Joseph H. Millard of
Douglas , George D. MeiklejOhn of
Nanco , Lorenzo Crounso of Douglas
and LJ. . Evans of Platte.- The result
of the first ballot was : Brown , 401 ;
Rosewater , 273 . ; Currle. 55 ; Millard ,
4&V6 ; Melklejohn , 31 ; Crounse , 16 ;
Evans , 21 ; Mickey , 1.
Brown gained four votes on the second
end ballot , but fell to 400 on the third ,
and his supporters , who had counted
confidently on his nomination on the
econd ballot , displayed alarm.
v > * The fifth ballot resulted : Rosewater -
water , 30G1/ & ; Brown , 404 ; Currle , 53 ;
Millard , 39& ; Melklejohn , 21 ; Evans ,
15 ; Crounse , 10.
On the sixth ballot there was prac
tlcally no change until Nemaha coun
ty , which had been splitting its vote
among three or four candidates , went
olldly for Brown.
Two or three other smaller coun
ties followed. With the announce
ment of the tellers that Brown had
received 433 votes , four more than
enough to nominate , the convention
went wild , delegates and spectators
singing , shouting and waving hats and
handkerchiefs. Mr. Brown and Mr
Rosewater were called before the con <
Tentlon and made addresses , which
A motion to adjourn was promptly
voted down and candidates for governor
or were placed In nomination. ' With
the selection of Norris Brown for
senator , it was almost a foregone con
elusion that State Senator Georgo' L
Sheldon would be the choice fo'r gov
ernor. Ho was nominated on the second
end ballot , and the convention took a
Platform Is Adopted ,
The convention reassembled at
o'clock. There was much delay In se
curing the report of the committee on
resolutions. The platform as adopter
congratulates the state and nation on
party achievements and reiterate
past declarations. It gives unstinted
praise to President Roosevelt and congress
gross , saying : "We especially com
mend the inspiring character and un
daunted leadership of Theodore Reese
volt. It is with exceeding pride tha
we contemplate the confidence reposed
) n him by the people of our own coun
try and the admiration he command
from the whole world. Nebraska re
jolces In the fact that the preslden
has received the united support o
our entire delegation In both house ;
of congress for the many benenda
measures ho has recommended In dl
rect line of Interest and advantage to
the people which they have asslstei
in framing Into wholesome laws
Among the most noteworthy areTh
railroad rate bill , Panama canal bill
the lock level canal wiUm , the pur
food bill M'f > if-'f ' ' bill the nirnt
Inspection bill , the denaturbod alcohol
bill , the Oklahoma statehood bill , the
naturalization bill. "
Plnnks on the tariff nnd truats are
an follows : "We declare our unalter
able allegiance to the principle of pro
tection , undoi the beneficent operation
of which our country has grown both
Hob and groaL While yielding noth
ing from our adherence to this prln *
clple , wo believe that chances in
schedules should follow changes In
conditions. The history of the Re
publican party demonstrates that.such
revision can safely be trusted only to
the party which honestly believes in
protection nnd earnestly endeavors to
Justly apply the principles to condi
tions as they exist.
"Wo most heartily approve the nc-
tlon of our officers , both of the nation
and In the state. In their splendid ef
fort to Insure justice for the people
nalnst conspiring trusts and eombt-
I nations nnd all forms of praft , that all
' "e y have n 'square deal. ' "
0 'aratlon ' Is made for election of
< 7/e * iv direct vote and for n law
k y"11" ! passes.
Ins , . , ? % . ; ( Hcter railroad rogu-
ntlon cc. * ? > cnlof Planks of
: he platform"- - , ar as It refers testate
The convention adjourned at a
o'clock this. moralnK.
Lincoln , Neb. , Aug. 23. From a staff
orrcspomleut : Quiet reigns In Liu-
oln today after tlio convention which
.djourned early this morning. The de-
eat of Secretary of State Galusha for
onomlnatlon Is n subject of much re
gret among those who know him for
ho sterling , honorable , fair and square
nan that bo Is. The vote on secretary
f state resulted , on the first ballot , in
\ tie between Galusba and Juuklh ,
vlth109 apiece. On the second ballot
unkin received 450 , and was nominal-
id. Galusha was the object of a bitter
Ight , he being singled out In a con
piracy before which ho went down.
GENERAL QUENTIN BANDERA IS
SHOT TO DEATH.
HE HEADED INSURGENT MOVE
n an Encounter With Rural Guards ,
General Bandera , a Famous Negro
Leader In Havana Province , Cuba ,
Met His Death This Morning.
Havana , Cuba , Aug. 23. General
Quentin Bandera , a famous leader of
lavana province who headed an in
surgent band and began operations
against the government , wns killed
early this morning in an encounter
with the rural guards.
Cssc of Cholera at Barnn.
Berlin. Aug 23. A child died here
apparently of cholera The authorities
are making an Investigation.
OHIO DEMOCRATS FOR BRYAN
County Option In Temperance Leglsla <
tlon Loses Out on Roll Call.
Columbus , O. , A.ug. 23. Samuel A ,
Hopkins'for secretary of state. C. W
Haupert for state school commission
er. R. J. Diegl for state dairy and food
commissioner , nnd G. W. Wyswanger
for member of the board of public
works constituted the ticket named by
the Ohio Democrats here. Bryan was
indorsed for the presidency In 1908
The question of an endorsement of
county option in temperance legisla
tion was defeated on a roll call.
Hoke Smith for Governor.
Atlanta Aug. 23. The state Demo
cratic primaries resulted In a victory
for Hoke Smith , candidate for gov
ernor , unprecedented in the size of
GALBRAITH ONTHE STAND
Alleged Missouri Lyncher Says Ho
Took No Part in Springfield Crime
Springfield , Mo. , Aug. 23. Doss Gal
braith , the alleged mob leader ; took
the stand In his own behalf , to prove
that he was not active In the lynch
ing of the three negroes taken from
the jail here in April last and strung
up in the public square. Galbralth declared
clared emphatically that he did no
reach the public square until after the
first negro had been hanged and whll
members of the mob were drawing up
the second negro. Ho declared tha
he was at his home at 11 o'clo.ck , before
fore the third negro was lynched.
The spectators applauded loudly
when Galbralth left the stand.
After the defense had Introduced
half a dozen witnesses , and closed It
case , the state presented Sheriff Her
nell In rebuttal. Hornell testified tha
he saw Galbraitb with the mob at th
THAW IS TO PLEAD INSANITY.
Will Allege Ho HaT Regained Sanity
Since White's Death.
Now York , Aug. 23. A decision wa
reached by the Attorneys for Harr ;
K. Thaw that Thaw's defense to tb
charge of killing Stanford White wll
be a plea of emotional Insanity. Thl
will Include as part of the defense th
declaration that Thaw's insanity ex
isted only until after White was kllle
and that Thaw Is now sane again an
has been since tbo shootlnsr.
ARNS AND SHEDS WERE DLOWN
TO SHREDS THERE.
, CLOUDBURST AT NIOBRARA
cvere Storms Spread Over the North
west Nnper's Business Houses
Were Deluged Twister Blew Doors
Open , Rnln Poured In ,
Naper , Nob. , Aug. 23. Special to
'ho News : At 2 a. in. a heavy rain
ml eovoro wind storm struck Nnper ,
lilch for n time looked quite serious ,
'bo losses from wind , however , wore
imlted to outbuildings.
A largo barn belonging to R. R. Nn-
er was blown from the foundation ,
urnlug It a quarter of the way around.
Us coal house was also moved trom
\ bam belonging to W. 12. Green
vns torn all to pieces and scattered
ito neighboring lots.
A 32'foot section of the William
vrottor cribs was literally torn to
hreds and the chimney on their olllce
vas blown down
Tlio Rosebud hotel dining room was
ooded and Mr. Harris , the proprietor ,
ogether with part of the hotel guests ,
int In nn hour of more trying to bold
he doors and windows from blowing
Nearly all the business houses fnclirg
vest had their doors blown In and
vero more or less deluged with rain.
Jake Hauf , a half mlle south of Na-
icr , had a- shed torn from his barn
nd two out of four grain stacks blown
11 over the Hold.
Mr. Kimlmll , one and n half miles
lortheast , had his large barn blown
rom the foundation.
Buggies and wagons , left all over
ho streets , were more or less domol-
No lives were lost that have been
'oported ' , nor animals killed. The \\lnd
vas In the shape of n twister from
lortheast to southwest , and was con-
Ined to a square of One to two miles.
Cloudburst nt Nlobrara.
Nlobrara , Neb. , Aug. 23. Special to
The News : A severe electrical storm
ind cloudburst visited Nlobrara at
J:30 : o'clock this morning. The streets
ire filled with debris , sidewalks are
own up , and loose boards lloatlng all
over town. No serious damage was
lone , but the storm was very severe.
NEW TARIFF ON EXPORT GRAIN
Gulf ines Meet Reduction Announced
by the Wabash.
Chicago , Aug. 23. The gulf lines
announced that , on Sept. 1 they will
put Into effect a new tariff on export
grain from Missouri river points to
the gulf ports , meeting the reduction
announced by the Wabash to the At
lantic seaboard. While the tariff Is
virtually a rMuction of 1 rent per 100
pounds on through business the dif
ferentials agreed upon in the confer
ence between the gulf lines and the
western trunk lines committee , which
settled the "fobbing" controversy will
be preserved Those differentials are
5 cents from Kansas City to St Louis
and 4 cents between Omaha and the
TAKES UP PEONAGE CASES.
Unexpected Session of Federal Court
Is Held at Cape Girardeau ,
Cape Girardeau. Mo. . Aug. 23. An
unexpected session of the federal
court of this district was held for the
purpose of having forty men from this
judicial district chosen to try the
Smith brothers' peonage cases here in
September. District Attorney D P
Dyer of St Louis asked that a number
of the counties In this district be left
out of the panel , as the case had at-
might have caused prejudice against
the government. JudRO Lewis of Colorado
rado came here to hold court.
New World's Record for Autos.
Philadelphia , Aug. 23. A new
world's record for automobiles for
fifty miles .was established In the
Point Breeze track here by E. R. Kelly
of this city. .Kelly covered'the dls
tance In 1 hour , 3 minutes and 19V ,
seconds. Barriey Oldfleld establlsher
a new track record for one mile , fin
lahlng In 1 minute , 2 seconds.
Sebastian on Immigration.
Chicago , Aug. 23. John Sebastian
passenger manager of the Rock Isl
arid , returned to Chicago from a three
months' trip to Europe , where
made a general Investigation of the
Immigration question. He says ther
Is no Indication that the extraordlnar >
flow of Immlsr ion to the southwe.s
will decrease in the near future.
Germany Has an Earthquake.
Berlin. Aug. 23. A sharp earth
shock was felt at Znborze. near Katto
witz , upper Silesia. Doors were
forced oj .1 , mirrors fell to the flee
and frightened Inhabitants fled Into
the streets. The walls of a number o
hauses were crack * * . ! .
Stensland Not Captured ,
El Paso , Tex. . Aug 23 Chief of Po
lice Antonio Ponde de Leon of Cluda <
Juarez received the following mes
sage from Asuas Callentes , Mex. : "N
truth In report of arrest here of Pau
0 Stensland , embezzling Chlcag
banker No man o'f that descrlptlo
MILLER AND BUSHNELL IN TOIL
Officers of Mexican Investment Com
pany Arrested nt Clilcnoo.
Chicago. AHR. 2.1. OioiilloiiH | ! of tl'f '
Tnbnsro-ChlnpnB Trailing and Trnnw
ortuioti company and tlio Lu Mo Ha
Mills roinpany , MoxU'iui Investment
onrprna. were stopped l > y tlio United
States rostnl nulhoiltles. Ilcnry 1
tiiHlinoll. proaldout , nnd I. H. Mlllo"
sfcri'tarv nnd treasurer , were ariest- ;
nnd arrnlgned before United State ?
Commissioner Foolo , who hold them
n bonds or $2.nnn moh nnd oonllnned
; he case until Aug. 30.
It Is doclnred liy tno poslnl nutlior
Men tlat Mio operations of Ilnshnell
iinl Miller which hnvo eovered a pe
riod of ( Ivo yours , hnvo netted them
1850,000 from Innorent Investors. Tlir
wo companion together were cnpltal
zed nt $2,0"0,000. and according to
heir literature they opernted largo
coffee planlntlona nnd ownrd several
Ine of steamers. Tlio postal nnthor
ties doclnre Hint such la not the ens"
and Hint Miller nnd Hiiahnnll have
> ron paying dividends to Investor"
from tl > p money taken In for stock In
WELL K JOWN NIOBRAtfA MAN
SUCCUMBED LAST NIGHT.
IE SUFFERED FROM DIABETES
Member of the Staffs of Governors Hoi-
comb and Dietrich , a Sufferer Re
signed to His Fate Funeral Will be
Held Tomorrow Afternoon.
Nlobrara , Nob. , AUK.I ! . Special to
'ho NOWH : Col. 1 lories Kostor died
t his residence last evening nt G
'clock of diabetes , aged 03 years nnd
0 days. He was horn In Koonlgstoln ,
lermnny , and belonged to the military
, cademy , but came to this country
urlng the rebellion nnd before grad-
latlon. This section knew him as
'arly ' as 1871 , when ho was stationed
K sergeant of a dotachnicnt from his
iompany of regular troops , the Twon-
y-socond infantry , then stationed at
"ort Handnll. While thus engaged ho
leciunc acquainted with his wife , who
urvlves him , and whoso faithful nurs-
ng of the past eight months tins boon
incensing. He has been n sufferer ami
) f late resigned to his fate. He wns
well-known man and was honored
in the staff of Govcinors llolcomband
The funeral will bo held Friday af-
STATE TROOPS TO WAIT
Last Guardsmen at Maneuvers Will
Find Depleted Federal Treasury.
Washington. Aug. 23. After n
month of hard work , Assistant Score
tary Oliver of the war department
concluded that he bad finally made a
satisfactory adjustment of the many
difficulties in apportioning the appro t
priation of $700,000 for pay for the
militia at the maneuvers In dlfforonl
camps throughout the country , but 11
appears that all Is not satisfactory
These funds had to be apportioned to
the quartermaster's department , the
subsistence department and the pay
department of the army for the pur
pose of quartering , feeding and paying
the state soldiers.
In some cases more state troops
than had been given In the schedule *
wore sent Into the camps nnd more ex
pense was thus attached. This caused
a deficiency in the allotment of funds
especially In the matter of pay for '
the state troops. The pay department
of the army decided to pay the troops
as long as the funds lasted , those who
came lost going unpaid. It Is possible
that congress will be asked -to make
an appropriation to cover the deflcl
and the state tioops paid next winter
Manchuria Still on Reef.
Honol'i.u , AUB 23' . The Manchuria
remains on the reef where she struck
Anchors ara belns put oat to preven
her from drifting farther toward tha
shore. The revenue cutter Manning
is the only vessel now tugginc at the
blfc steamer. The cableshlp Restorer
which has very powerful engines , ha
cone to the scene and will render a !
th assistance possible. It Is bellevec
that the Manchuria cannot be floated
before the arrival of assistance from
tao Paclflo coast , if ever.
Venezuelan Counterfeiters Taken.
Now York , Auff. 23. On a charge o
maklne dies to counterfeit the stand
ard silver dollar of Venezuela , t
finance a revolution in that country
secret service officers arrestea Cap
tain George Boynton , former reslden
manager of the Orinoco corporation o
Venezuela , nnd L. R. Thomson , an at
torney. both of this city. Both prison
ers were admitted to ball In $5.000
Joseph Keller and Sidney A. Keller
die makers , were also arrested In con
nectlon with the case ,
TELEGRAMS TERSELY TOLD
Four deaths and flvo prostration
were ascribed to the boat in Mllwau
The Brazilian congress has voted an
appropriation of J066.000 for the re
lief of sufferers by tEe earthquake a
N8URQENT3 TAKE TOWN OF DAN
LUIS AFTER SKIRMISH ,
DISAFFECTION 18 WIDESPREAD
resident Pa'ma ' Talks on Trouble ,
Saying That Movement Is Small.
Cuba Entirely Competent to Con
tend With Insurrection ,
Havana , Au . 23. ( lonornl Hi. ' .
Ifiiit'z , uniiniiindor 01 the ruial nii.iiu
illil to the AHiUflulril Pious : " \oi
'an ' toll the Anierlnin peoplu tl.
Cub. * Is entirely riimpotiMit to contoii. )
with the liisuirot'llon. So far na uun
10 IraiiH'd by thu I'aetB the hands aid
ml Ini'Ko , Mil It Is known that wo In
lifted mini" IOHHOH on the enemy \V <
inve eiiulpped and sent out In vnr.loiis
ilrecllonn ' 100 volunteers , under com
letent olll'ein.Vtr have plenty ol
rifles and iinimunltloii for all who > < n-
1st at pin ent and tnoio hnvo been
oidored from the United States. "
President I'alnui , In an Interview ,
'Our nltuntlon nt first was ono ol
rodnoHs , IIH Is usual In such
cases Hut thoie IB positively nc
on u no for alarm. The movement In
Clura province IB Bmnll , In Mu
lt Is trifling and thu bands In
Plnar del Rio nru smaller than re
ported and poorly led. "
While the foregoing IB typical oi
: ho uttorniu'PB of government oftlelalB
.here nro evidences of the scHtlcrliiR
IticrenKos In the numbers of the IMBUP
gents. In the province of Santa Clara
.ho disaffection Is widespread , and In
; ho province of Havana n great many
liooplo are In sympathy with the In
surgents. In Bomo cases whole com
munities appear to have bcon carried
away by the icctudoscenco of Insur
rortlonnry limes. The extent to which
this will load ( o open rebellion IB still
A gontlon an who has JiiBt returned
from Agiiiicato stated to the Associat
ed Press that as many as 500 men ,
most of ( bom armed , were rldlnp
nbout the vicinity proclaiming tusur
The principal event of the day waa
lie lighting at San Luis. .The report
of the conimaiKlcis of the rural
giianl arc to the effect that the bands
of Guerra. Posco and others , nggrORnt
Ing about -HO men , concentrated In the
vicinity of Snn Luis. Seventy rural
guards , under command of Majoi
Lauren * , were to attack the Insurgents
from the east and thirty men , under
Lieut Mint Azcuy , were to attack from
the west. Azcuy arrived first and got
Into an Ill-timed engagement with a
far superior detachment , with the re
sult that ho was forced to retreat
best liy to Snn Luis , pursued by a per
tlon of tno enemy. The rural guard ! )
took refuge In their quarters , nm !
Guerra's men remained In possesslor
of the town. Major Laurent had a hot
fight with the Insurgents under Ouerra
and other Insurgent commanders , and
reports that several wore killed or
wounded. Ho pursued Guerrn , but so
far ns known did not rotnko the
town. According to otnor fragmentary
reports , the Insurgents continue In
possession of San Luis.
An attempt Is being made with 200
mounted rural guards and regulars to
corner Quentin Bandera , who , with
150 men , Is continuing his dodging
tactics In the western part of the
province of Havana. Three largo
bands of Insurgents are out In the
province of Santa Clara The Insur
gents appear to he growing , but the
loyalists of tlio towns claim that they
will be able to resist the movement
BRIGANDAGE NE'AR SMYRNA.
Americans Advised That It Is Danger
ous to Travel in Interior of Syria.
Washington , Aug. 23. Brigandage
is so common near Smyrna , Syria
that Americans have appealed repeat
edly to the American consulate there
for protection against brigands In thu
licorice root fields and tobacco planta
tioiib adjoining the city , and thu for
elgn population Is moving Into the city
from suburbs because of the fear tbut
the brigandage , wjilch Is visited ouly
upon Ottoman subjects so far , will be
extended to the foreign population.
Americans have been advised tha
travel In the Interior is unsafo.
HEAT IS FATAL IN CHICAGO.
Ten Names Added to Death List a
Result of High Temperature.
Chicago. Aug 23. The heat In Chicago
cage was responsible for ten mor
deaths and twenty-nine prostrations
The thermometer at the weather bu
reau registered 92 decrees for fou
hours- Later In the day a sllgh
breeze came from the west an
broucht a little * relief , but ttfo fore
cast calls for a continuation of the bo
Balloonist Falls Fifty Feet.
Wichita , Kan. . Aug. 23. J C Lnpro
a balloonist , was seriously Injured b
a fall from a parachute here In mak
Ing his descent be struck the top of
tall tree , which tore him from th
parachute , and he- fell a distance o
fifty feet He was picked up uncon
cloustnnd several hones were foun
to be"broken. It la thoujht ho nil
HE CONDITION OF THE WEATHER
emper.iture for Twenty-four Hours.
Forecast for Nehr.iok.i ,
Inxlnuiiii , . . 05
Chicago , AUK. 5 ! ! ! . Tlio bulletin IH-
neil by tlm Chicago fitiitlon of the
Jnltoil BtntuH weather bureau thin
glvoB tin ) forociiflt for No-
aa follown :
HlunvorH tonight , cooler ount and
iiith porlloiiH. Friday partly clomly.
VALPARAISO LIKE BIG CAMP
Lack of Food In Stricken City Is Not
Yet Serious ,
Valparaiso , AUK 23 From the
In/a du la Vlctoila as far as the
'lu/.a d' Section , called I.UB Dcllcluu ,
our-llfths ol tin ) IIOUHCH are complete-
y destioyud nnd thu remaining fifth
re badly damaged Fiom lh < i'lazu
du U Vlrtoiin down ( o thu custom
oiibo only about one-third of Ihu
OIIHUB biutumud dniiiugo With ttio-
xcopllon ol Kspiiitu Santo , all tlio
lunches , hi the city wore destroyed ,
s woic tiio Hospitals and thu llioa-
era. The iiiniibui of ( lend Is more
The liable MONI-JI of the San Fran-
IhCD ilisiihiri \\i-ir u ptoihii t-d here
'lit itvii. . - ilie lljflil against lire , tlio
IK I ; of watti nnd tin' loblaiy ruid
Tlie Hi Hi shock hinted foui mlnutoB
ml u hull nnd the second t\so mm
lies Mo I of the houses wuro
blown down by ( he i-ecnnd slioi k
CstlmalcH of I he damage lunge lion )
n.OOO.tMlii lo $3 O.OOO.OOO. Tl * Al
uemlial quarter bus been absoluiely
cHlioyed The people are hUll on nip-
ng on the hurroiimllng hills und in
ho street H and plaznu and nro calm
nd couragfoi.M. The declaration IB
nude that 8 000 persons will leave
bo city. Tlio luck of food IB not yet
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY POLITICAL -
ICAL EXILES START.
REVOLUTIONISTS ARE DRILLING
Patrol of Soldiers at Warsaw Kill
Two Pedestrians While Shooting at
Man Who Wounds an Officer Another -
other Regiment Mutinies.
Moscow , Aug. 23. One hundred and
fifty political prisoners , exiled by ad
ministrative order , started for Siberia.
Companies of the revolutionary druzh-
na ( armed organization ) are not only
being drilled regularly In the woods
outside this city , but arc being trained
in rifle practice.
St. Petersburg , Aug. 23. In spite of
the wholesale arrests nnd deportation
of revolutionists , the big centers dally
chronicle of murder and robbery h
not appreciably diminishing. The po
lice seem utterly powerless to capture
the perpetrators of the crimes They
do not mnko an arrest In one case out
of twenty-five ,
According to private advices the
Twenty-fourth Uhnl ( Cossack ) regi
ment has mutinied at Samarcand , Asi
atic Russia , nnd arrested Its officers.
The commander of the garrison or
Samarcand , It is said , has demanded
the Immediate surrender of the mutl-
neera , the artillery has been called
out and the city Is In a state of panic.
At a mortlnc of H2 delegates repre-
ritlnc all the Russian railways , Just
owcluded In Finland. It was resolved
tUat a general strike would be feasible
at a near date and to Issue Instruc
tions to prepare for It. A commltteo
was appointed to draw up a strike ap
peal or any other manifesto which
may bo found necessary.
Officer of Gendarmerie Shot.
Warsaw , Aug 23. An unidentified
man shot nnd slightly wounded Count
Fornor , a colonel of gendarmes A
patrol of soldiers replied with a vol
ley , killing two passersby.
EMPRESS WANTS CONSTITUTION.
Ruler of China Calls Conference to
Discuss Adoption of Mew System.
' Peking , Aim. 23. The dowager em
press of China plans to summon a
confc-renco of high officials Including
several viceroys , to discuss the adop
tion of a constitution
The Chinese commissioners who re
cently visited the United States and
Europe nnd who have returned from
th lr tours recommend a gradual
change to a constitutional government ,
taklnc ; cn to fifteen years to educate
the people thereto.
American Association Minneapolis
1 ; Indianapolis. 0. St Paul. 2. Louis
National League Chicago < Phlla
delphla. 3. Cincinnati. 4 , Brooklyn.
7. Plttsburg. 2 : New York 1 St
Louis. 3 ; Boston , 2
American League Boston. 3 ; Da-
trolt. 2. Washington.I ; Cleveland 0
New York. 1-G ; Chicago. 6-11. Phlla.
delphla , 5 ; St. Louis. 3.
Western League Lincoln , 2 ; Pueb.
lo. 0. Sioux City. 10 ; Denver. 3. Oma
ha , ; D s Molnei. IS.
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