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BOCHT OUTLOOK FM TOE FAIR
The Attendance This
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AH Ready fee the Fair.
LINCOLN Secretary Mellor of the
state .fair boardis oftheopialon, the
attendance this" ycat, will be larger
than ever Before im the history of the
' ' fair: This wfll be brought, about by
. sevsral aw attractions not heretofore
. . a pert' of tho fair. vOae race of much
" interest wfll bfe betwcea two guidless
horses. The Guideles -feeder made
.--- . each a bit last year" that tt1 board
thought a race betweea two hones
without a rider or driver woald be a'
- decided and aovel drawing card.. The
- derby will be of great toierest and will
' .' -be the means of attracting -many peo
ple. .Inasmuch as William J. Bryan will
return to Lincoln September 6, dartog
" - fair 'week, this' will also greatly iav
. ' crease the attendance as it Is expect
ed thousands of, strangers will come
".- - hero to attend the welcome- reception
afW.: ' Vv,r?jSjbjBBjBPu.
In a convention held at Kearney,
which lasted twenty-four minutes.
Congressman Hoses P. KInkaid was
ananimousiy re-nominated' by the re
publicans of the Sixth congressional
to the distinguished Nebraskao, Many
of these of course will take advantage
of the opportunity to visit the fair. A
bureau of information will be estab
lished down town and at the fair
grounds. The secretary bas listed with
Vim now 1.000 rooms so It will not be
aecessaryfor any one to-sleep on the
streets, as has been the custom in the
past It is eulypfecessary to inquire
at 'the information" bureau and rooms
.will be supplied. o v- ,4
r Two Men; Rob Postbffice. n
Lee AcreyandjfP.jLandenare un
der arrest at Seneca' for breaking into
and robbing the store and postofflce
-of Uhler & Cowley. August 15. The
merchandise obtained was valued at
$107, while only $L14 in postal funds
were taken. The robbers were arrest
ed the same day and most of the plun
der recovered at a sod house several
mites "from Seneca. Lnnden subse
quently escaped but was later recap
tured and the men were taken to
Thedford and lodged in jail. They
finally admitted the robbery.
. Back After Fifty Years. ,
FREMONT Mr. Meeker.'1 the old
gentleman who is, making the trip
from the'aclflc roast to Ohio with an
ox team and the same wagon with
which be first crossed the plains to
Oregon fifty years ago. -will be-in Fre
mont on Sept 3, and take part' in the
semi-centennial celebration of .the
founding of the tcity.t He. writes the
V." committee that he will have to length
5. ea his schedule a little, but will be on
"tlme. He camped in Fremont over
.. aight fifty years ago and is returning
; rer the same route he took at the
Plenty of Teachers in Sight ,-
LINCOLN In answer, to the news-J
paper reports .from Richardson county
that the 'supply of teachers is -fifty
short "Superintendent McBrien- has!
wired Superintendents. Oliver or Falls
City as foUows: "When you have
scheolaSier4 allvworthy teachers' -In:
Richardson county under our latest
ruHags. we can find you all the well
' qualified teachers yon need, wbethert
fifty or 100."
Territorial Pioneer Bay at- the state
hlr.-ta Ttmrsdav Sent. 6. Evervone
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whn located in or was born In Nebras -
km', before March 1. 1867, is-a-territorial
pioneer and is expected .to be on
haad. They will meet at the stock pa
vilhon at 1 o'clock Sept 6. when cot
less -than a thousand territorial settlers
shoald come together to, talk- over old.
'; LiauteiiantllcDIII Resign
Adjutant General Culver has or
dered the acceptance of the resignation.'
of 'Second Lieutenant Gilbert R. Me-1
Dill of Company Mof the second regt-
meat stationed, .at Albion., McDill
failed to attend the eacaaipment. at
Fort Riley 'and rendered-an' Insuffi
cient excuse. He Is photographer
an Is said to have .remained " away
froaC camp, although hadly needed. In
Company E of "the First regiment at
Wilber John H. Lin'don has been elect
ed captaia to succeed LVJ. Grim, who
was elected major:
1 Assessment Footings.
LINCOLN The work of compiling
the' figures of
the State Board of
msjBlixatJoa has beea-eompleteii and
theiietarns laave"heea made to the va
rioa cownty clerks: -The total asees$-
ed alae.eT the state. Is $313,tt,301.
stalest $30M7i,HL last year.:
Big Money for Cattle.-
OMMpJIDf-John G9 a;cattle
si da thai phrr. hm Jnnt r-tnmr fl from
.BoauOmaha, where he sold a ship-i
or cacue waica amoaBiea 10 ;
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OVER THE STATE.
Democrats of the Sixth
atonal "District have aomlaatea Horn.
IL. O.. Shamway of-Bcotta Bla lor
A large force of'aMa":MSaaa pat
to work .re-ballastiax- the Uakm Pa
cific roadbed with crayhed. rock.ba
twees Beatrice ami Tiacbla
Mrs. Victor lTaeaar of gehayiT at-
tempted sakdde with3 a batcher knife.
Neighbors saw the act aad eaaghtrher
before maoh-cattlas was doae.
Mr.Blakely of Spriagview went to
sleep oa the floor of a hotel In Loafc
Piae, aad when he awoke fbaad that
5tf had beea taken from his pockets.
The badly" decomposed body of a
9i was found by tab aide of the
road north of the Suhnystde cemetery
at Wilber. It. was not identified
has been burled-by the county.
. The horstf stolen from the barn of J
O. A. CranneU. living four miles south
of Tekamah was found la a pasture
three miles east of Bcoper. No clae
to the thief has been obtained..
Plans are being made to organize
a new cemetery association at Falls
City. The land which win be used
'is the thirty acres Joining the Steele
cemetery on the east side and which
belongs to B. S. Towle.
Fremont is completing arrange
ments for the celebration of the city's
natal day September 3. The feature
of- the day will be a big parade la
which the pioneer settlers will be
conveyed in automobiles.
' One of the most pitiful cases that
has been brought before the insanity
board at Tekamah In many a day was
'that of Mrs. Lillian M. Peterson, a
woman aged 30 years, who has beea
living at Crab Orchard. She was ex
amined by the board and pronounced
a dipsomaniac.'' The board ordered
her taken to the Lincoln asylum for
The father of -Louis' Woodruff, a
convict in the. state prison.. has writ
ten .several abusive letters to Govern:
or Mickey. The latter tore them up
as soon as fie read them. Woodruff
was sentenced to four, years for statu
tory assault His wife, who married
him soon after he was arrested, has.
made many pleas for the pardon .of
Woodruff. A petition is being circu
Two records were broken last
week, in McCook. First Judge B. C.
Orr of the district court made a new
record in the district court of the
county by naturalizing thirty-fear cit
izens in one day. unaderthenew law:
Secondly, the McCook postofflce
fractured all records in its money de
partment by. issuing $2,000 worth of
money orders, in one day. of which
$2,000 were international,, destined for
Charles Gagnon, an old settler of
Richardson county and one of the
first merchants in the district died
at his home in Rulo. Mr. Gagnon was
coming down -the stairway between,
the bank aad the hardware store in'
Rulo and fell almost the entire length
of the stairs and landed on his' head.
He was picked up, and. taken to his
home in an uhconscldas condition, and
remained la tliatVobadltWn .until , his
death. .) -;'tf , , t..,
A fact' a great interest to Nebras
kans Is this: .The oldest living white
person born In -what Is' bow Nebraska,
is Rev. 8: P. -Merrill -of Squirrel Is-
jland,-- Me., -who, dates .from July 13,
loso, at tseuevaev uvng-ai udoou
now is perhaps. tbe. earliest settler
stiUhere. in the person of Mrs. Mar
tha 'A. Wheeling. She' lived a year
on the site of Omaha 1840, and- for.
five years beginning' In 1847- was at
Bellevne, - '- - v J - -
The ten days' session of the York
Chautauqua was . brought to a suc
cessful close. It r. was certainly one'
of the best attended meetings ever
held in York,, and. the management
is more than gratified, with- the re
sults in every respect' Not a day
was lost, on account of bad weather.
The total receipts were $4,514.
Holiness meetings held In the vicin
ity of, Seward were slimly attended
on account of extreme heat
Mrs. J. A. Murphy of Humboldt mo
well as numerous friends, is. becom
ing exceedingly anxious to hear from
her daughter, Mrs. Joy Bullis-McKIe,
a Humboldt lady who Is at present in
the city of Santiago, Chile, where the
earthquake v. recently occurred. Mr
and Mrs. McKie have lived for sever
al 'years at' ManzaniHo, Mexico, where
the former wusln the employ of Cot
onel Smoot, the famous promoter ot
harbor works at the latter cijyj'
Names have finally been decided
upoa .for thetwo new. towns oa the
Union "Pacific Railroad company's
extension from Stromsburg, which
have met with the, approval of the
postal authorities. Efforts to select
names from local Indian nomencla
ture". resultedinv failure from their
lack' of eaphoayiwhea given English
pronunciation, and. other names la
- , - - ..,. -t
" nonor OI local ceieunure wc rejew
ed from conflict witn tne names oi
other postoffices in the sUte. Th
name finally- approved for the first
town west of there is Polk, identical
with that of the county, and the see
ondtownAHortvfHeia hoaor of T
B. Hord of-eeatral City.
A gang of surveybrt hah'beea raa
n'ng a - line through Cass county
starting from 8outh Bead aad par
sliding the Rock Island tracks at a
distance of about a halt a ntfle." They
laiTe run-nnUl they are now about
four,tmUes west or ninnu. -
wVHewlt of DavlJ Olanearroi.
a 'message from8sxane,rWa8hv an
noancing the death of- his brother, Di
t W. Hwit who died at that puce
of Bright's disease Thejlbctor was'
well known In Butter coaaty, haviag
practiced raedlciae'at Beflwoad for a
good iaaaryeara. 5 v . ;
The tae-.peach cropniaed-OB WDJi
Brysoa's, farm oafrhalf .aalle trom Ad
ams,, to Just narvestea. i iae peacaes
are-is large as Calieraia trait aad
tse'ero? is Immense. : ;
Heaer Tattle of aWeWrleb.. la la
the coaaty jail at FaBs CKy. charaad
wlth'assaultlmi aad robhrag Andrew
Ogien'on the night. of J . iMt
SasaleiOB at once poiatsd toward him
as the ruiltv person, .bat-- before ai
warrant could be served ybob him
he left the county and.stayed away
antU a few days ago, whoa he m-
LOCKHOUSE ON OUTSKIRTS OP CITY OF PINARJDCI. RIOCUiA,;
" AROUND WHICH ONE OF FIRST BATTLES OF CUBAN '
FAVORS REFORM SPELLING
PRE8IOENT INDORSES THE CAR.
Orders Adoption of System in' AH Offi
cial. Documents of the Gov
ernment. Oyster Bay, N. Y. President
Roosevelt has Indorsed the Car
negie spelling reform movement He
issued orders Friday to Public Printer
SUliings that hereafter all messages
trom the president and all other docu
ments emanating from the white
house 'shall be printed in accordance
with the recommendation of the spell
ing reform committee, headed by
Brander Matthews, professor of Eng
lish at Columbia university. This
committee has published a list of 300
words in which the spelling Is re
formed. This list contains such words as
"thru" and "tho" as the spelling for
'through" and "though." The presi
dent's official sanction of this reform
movement Is regarded as the moat
affective and speediest method' of lav
augurating the new system of spelling
throughout the country. Not only, will
the printed documents emanating
from the president utilize the reform
spelling, but his correspondence also
will be spelled in -the new style.
Secretary Loeb has seat for the list
of 300 words -which have been re
formed and upon its arrival will im
mediately order all correspondence of
the- president and of the executive
force of the white house spelled in ac
cordance therewith. As the spelling
reform committee shall adopt new re-,
forms they will be added to the presi
dent's list and also to that of- the
While the order to the printer does
not contemplate an immediate reform
In the .spelling of official documents
from the executive departments In
Washington, it is regarded that more
than likely the respective heads of the
department will fall in lhre with the
president's Ideas and have 'their offi
cial documents -printed in the' new
TAFT WANTS TO BE, PRESIDENT
Secretary of Warto. Decline Place on
.Supreme Bench. .
Washington. William n. Taft. .sec
retary of war, will formally communi
cate to the president in s short time
that he does not desire the honor of
an appointment-to the supreme court
bench. He will send-notice in time
for the president to make, a selection
before the. fan term of the supreme
court opens in October.
.Mr. Taft's indorsement for .the pres
idency by the Ohio Republican- state
convention is practically assured. He
has been considered one of the most
I prominent possibilities by Ohio Re
publicans, and in view of Speaker
Cannon's reiterated declarations that
he would not be known as a candi
date,, the secretary's plan of action is
considered most significant 'at this
The Ohio Republicans 'have been
.quietly booming Mr. Taft for .the pres
idency, for months. By every, possible
method they have been advancing his
cause, even, going so far. It is under
stood, as to solicit a public expres
sion from him on the subject of his
candidacy. Mr. Taft has fought shy
of the subject but the-latest develop
ment places him more conspicuously
before the public
, Death of Hanna's Brother-in-Law.
Cleveland. O. Jay C. Morse, at one
Ume president of the Illinois Steel
company and brother-in-law of the
late Senator M. A. Hanna, died here
Wednesday of a complicatloa of dis
eases. Mr. Morse was associated with
the late CoL C. M. Pickands. In aa im
mense.. Iron, ore and xoaljbusiaess, aad
he amassed, a large fortune. , -
Mefdera Strike la Off.
Manchester. England. The threat
ened strike of iron molders In the en
gineering trade of Manchester and
soatheast Lancashire has beea' avert
ed.- -The-molders have, accepted an
advaaee of .25' cent. ?
i Visible Supply ,of Cotton.
New' Orleans. Secretary Hester;
statement of the world's supply of cot;
ton shows a total of 11875,757, against
176.713 last week. Of this' the total
3f American cotton Is 943,757 against
S7 J13 mat week.-
Will Build Railroad In MeaJce.
Phoenix, Ariz. News Is ' received
here that J. J., Hard wick, of Phoenix
aad. Los 4agelea.. has secured con
cneelna from the Mexfcaa government
re the 'construction of a railroad 500
Tram Rana Into
Los Aagetos. Cat One persoaj
dDed aadfoar others war more.er
tons severely lajared la tho running
Iowa, of, a aautofross 8tag,at
Aauaa by a saata uws
"flC l'BaaaaaaV - ''5SsaF- ' ".-. - n Mr
SAYS REBATES WERE PAID.
Standard Oil and Railroad Company
Indicted in New York.
Jamestown, N.. Y. The federal
grand jury investigating alleged
violations of the Elkms rebate law by
the Standard Oil company, the Penn
sylvania Railroad company, and the
New York Central Railroad company
la the state met here Friday and re
turned two indictments, one against
the Standard Oil company, the other
against the New York Central.
, The charges against the Central are
covered In a single count, although,
according to the theory of the prose
cution, 'the company equally Is guilty
with the Pennsylvania company' In
granting rebates. The charge of fall
lure to file with the Interstate -commerce
commission, .as required by law,
a schedule of rates, which evidence
taken by the grand jury Indicates, was
The Standard .Oil company was
again Indicted on a charge of accept
ing unlawful and discriminating
freight rates on shipments of oil over
the Pennsylvania, the New York Cen
tral and the Vermont Central railroad
The Indictments are closely related
to -those found, by the 'same jury two
weeks ago against the Standard Oil
company and the Pennsylvania in the
matter of discriminating rates for oil
shipped by the Standard from Olean
to Burlington, Vt -All of such ship
ments were over- the Pennsylvania
from Olean to Rochester; over the
New York Central from Rochester to
Norwood, N. Y., and. over the Vermont
Central from Norwood, to Its destina
tion. STORM DAMAGES GRAVEYARD
Cemetery Grounds Flooded and 200
Bodies Exposed to View.
J Kansas City.. Ma A terrific rain
storm prevailed In Kansas City' and
Vicinity early Thursday. In Kansas
City 5.93 Inches of water fell, a record
for the time, three hours and a half.
Low lying lands .were flooded and the
police and fire departments were call
ed upon to rescue persons from base
ments In Little Italy, in the north end
of town, and in the east and west bot
toms, where the water entered many
small- houses. Several downtown:
basements were flooded and1 goods
damaged. " - -
At Elmwood cemetery, live miles
east of the business district the en
tire cemetery grounds were flooded,
and in the lower ground a strong cur
rent was formed. This resulted in the
washing out of dozens of 'graves. At
least 200 bodies were exposed. Monu
ments were wrecked and other dam
LYNCHING JURY FAILS TO AGREE
Little Likelihood of State Continuing
Case at Springfield, Mo.
Springfield. Mo. The jury in the
case of Doss Galbraith. the alleged
leader of the mob' which lynched and
burned three negroes here In April
last and who -yraa aa trial charged
with second degree murder, was dis
charged by the court Friday when it
reported- that its members were un
able to agre. . '
After the jury was discharged Its
members freely admitted that the
vote stood ten for acquittal and two
for conviction: Twenty ballots .were
taken and .there was no change' after
the first ballot
it ia not believed the state will try
the case again.
Death Ends Suffering.
Tomahawk. Wis. C. C. Ramsey,
district superintendent for the United
3tates Leather company, died. He
was stricken blind Tuesday while seat
ad at his office desk and. Thursday-he
suffered .a .stroke of apoplexy.
.r Banker In Bankruptcy.
Bostoa. Sylvester B. Hinckley, of
Newton, president of the First Nation
al bank- of Chelsea, which recently
closed Its doors, was petitioned -into
involuntary bankruptcy Friday by the.
Fall River Five Cents ; avings bank.
Tramp Steamer Ashore.
Victoria, B. a The tramp steamer
Twickenham, from Soerabaya,' Java,
with 6,500. tons of sugar for the Brit
ish Columbia Sugar Refinery company,
Is .ashore, on San Juan island,, two
aulas, from Roche harbor.
Russian Land Distribution..
. 8t Petersburg The Russian - gov
ernment has definitely decided to pro-'
ceed artti Its original, plan of distribu
tfoa of toad .regardless of parliament;
aad to go. to 'the countrr upon the to
sao at the'eondng elections.
Rain Saves Corn Crop.
' St Joseph, Ma Heavy raias Thurs
day broke a drought .thai waar doing
considerable' damage to corn aad tote
flt . pniii and bridges were
washed out and buildings In process
of erection were damaged. '
CHAOS RULES IN CITT
Cometorlea Deotreyed and Authoritlee
Unable to Bary Vlctlme Town of 1
QailMU Sinka Out of
Valparaiso. Chaos -rules la ValpiM
also aad niasttormwto usable to'hfBp
order. The nxwis of thoaaaada af
homeles. faaahte strickea rafagaaa
fight la the sftfeta.:fer food. " . . X
The army jud .sBayy. ?oear.Baa
workiag herofcalrv to briag order out
of chaos, otheyaj fearfalry haadl
caped. '- - -'
The lajared , are stinwUhoat' ade
quate medical care, i spite of the ttre,
less energy .efl'army'; naval aad "prl-:
rate .aurgaoaa aad auraea;-, - y 1
Food saplMi'are;''lasamBieBt bat
are increasing. The minister, of tho
lnterior has ordered all ships la ChlK
iaa ports to proceed toT Valparaiso
with food and bfmg away: ufaiaaa,' A
regular relief ."sVrvice has beaa1 estab
lished. Cattle "shipments are oa the
way. Frontier train service has been
cstahHrtii from Take. BeppMee of
but not la qaaaUtlea aualcIatto.pre
vent hanger- A , . - , . - r,v
Estimates-of the nnmber-of dead
still, remala; between ,,ZjM BBd.5.fSt.
Tweoty-eiaht bedlesvwere. found Wed
nesday, under 'the stairway oftha tek
lpnoMca? mk-p mj
Mea fciee -Scared - '
Meat andbieajl.lW:?aree. Meat
Is now being distributed. by the aa
thoritles. 'rTho' grocers" shops that
were not destroyed by the eartaaaake
are bow nearly oat:of stock.' . Caaaed
meats, sardlaes. condensed milk and
biscuits are much 'needed.
1 As a first Installment the govern
ment has appropriated $4,000,000 for
the relief of the destitute.
One of the greatest difficulties en
countered by the authorities Is the in
terment of the bodies recovered from
the ruins, as all the cemeteries -were
destroyed. At the various temporary
morgues heaps of coffins have accumu
lated, awaiting the designation of their
place, of burjal. The work of recover
ing the bodies Is being pushed to the
utmost In order to avoid an epidemic
The total number of corpses. buried
jp to Tuesday, August 21, was 648.
The main post office has beea re
Every Wall Ruined.
At Llai Llal there is not a single
wall in good condition. There were
30 persons killed there.
At Cabildo the railroad station was
At Quillota many buildings were
The earthquake was severe at Con
con andColmo. The dead In those
places, number 25.
The work of bringing order out of
chaos is progressing rapidly and the
telephone and telegraph , lines have,
been restored to Santiago. The postal
system Is In working order and mail is
being delivered regularly. .
Electric cars already are running be
tween Baron station and Recroj and
probably the opration of cars will be
extended to Vina del Mar. -'
A movement is on foot to organize
a company to. facilitate the raising of
the money necessary to reconstruct
lie-city. It is proposed, to advance,
tie sums needed without interest for
the. first six months. The plan Is to
construct the new buildings of light
materials and to lay out .the stroc-ts
so that they will' have a uniform
width .of 20 meters.
The department of public works at
Santiago has appropriated $100,000
for, the construction of sheua to shel
ter the 'refugees' from Valparaiso: and
elsewhere who continue to arrive
Earth Swallows 10,000. "
Lima. It Is reported that Quillota,
a city of 10,000 population, about 30
miles from Valparaiso, has sunk en
tirely from sight and that less, than
100 of the Inhabitants escaped.'
Two Dead in Wreck.
Bristol, "Va. Aa a result of a wash
out a freight train on the Vii
Southwestern railway nuwff a tresuw
at Moccasin river at two o'clock Ft""
day morning and the engine and eight
cars loaded with coal were plunged
Into the river and two persons were
Three Steel Workers Killed.
Pitt3burg.. Pa: Three men are dead,
two .are in a serious condition aad
nine others were rendered uncon
scious by a blow-out of accumulated
gas early Tuesday morning at the
Eliza furnaces of the Jmes tt Laugh
11ns Steel company, at Soho. this city.
Wants. Boycotters Suppressed.
Hongkong. The American consul
general has sent a dispatch to the
viceroy of Canton requesting -him to
suppress the Boycott association for
the hindrance 'of American commerce.
Mere Public Money for-Banka -
Washington. Secretary Shaw has
taken steps to increase tho deposits
of public, moneys in national deposi
tories In various parts of the country
to $50,000 each, the amount author
ized by tow. it'affects about 159 banks.
Strikers Demand Fewer Hours.
Bilbao, Spain. The military governor
here has unsuccessfully attempted to
arbitrate tb dispute between employ
ers and strikers. The totter, who
number over 0,0p, 'firmly mamtaia
their demands for fewer hoars.
General Manager la Named.
IievTniiW..-Ky.-W. Wi McDowell,
assistant engineer of the -Lexington ft
Eastera railroad, has beea appelated
to succeed the tote Roger 8.
both as director and general
of the road.
Mendoza Declared a Traitor.
'Bogota, Colombia; The cabinet has
declared Seaor Meadoza. former min
ister to the United States, a traitor
for revealing diplomatic secrets. -Tho'
L country approves of calling Meadoza!
1 to Judgment 1
SUILIVAI IS flWCATEl
ILLINOIS DEMOCRATS REFUSE TO
Brvmi Inderaed aa tho
cratic Bomlaee far preatieat ha lttf.
aad Roger C Sallivaa. of Chicago, Tmv
dicated and the
aatioB aa natfoc-a
made by Mr. Bryaa from Earopa
dowa by L958 delegates to 570.
the outcome of one of the
poaHlca. battles ever fomfht la tho
Ototo Tanadar- From start to sbhb
Balllvan and his cohorts compaoniy
fromlaated tho state coaveatloa. From
the electioa cf ex-Jostlce Bogga aa
chairman to the defeat of tho
tioBatfoademalng Mr. SalHvaa
jmiior waaa asoaMBt of doabt
Who coatraBad the gathering.
Incidental halts lmaortaace
of a atoto of state
precedteg.taw HryaaBalltvaa fight aad
fJFor. state. treaearerN. L. Plot-
For saaaraitcudeat of aahUc la-
f For trasteea state rxiveralty D. R.
Cameroa. J. a'Caaeo.'C D. Buaramd
! Tho featare of the aoitfona that al-
Et ended la a riot was tho ladorse
t of. Bryaa la those, words: ,
i "For presdtat of tho TJaited Btetos
la ls8 the Deokr-rrato. of laaaols, first
aad last, hare bat cawjassea; ma ibk
" Tho principal feature
form Is tho ladorsemoat
Bryaa for president la the
Nebraakaa'a protest that he
such fadorsenaeataalnas SaUivaa was
eusted aa aarloairbsataUtteaman - V
MINERS KILLED IN EXPLOSION
Heroic Collier Meeto Death Trying to
Rescue His Cerade.
Mahanoy City. Pa. By aa exploaloa
of gas In the 'West Buck mountain
gangway In the fifth level of the Vul
can colliery of the Mill Creek Coal
company. Tuesday. Charles Staukhus.
aged 25 years, and John-Haruka, aged
30 years, were instantly killed, five
persona were probably fatally Injured
and about a dosen were overcome by
after-damp. Stukus was killed by the
first explostoa and Haruka was killed
as he was preparing to carry the body
of. Staukua to the gangway. '
There were two explosions at later
vals of ten. minutes. Both did much
damage to the mine, brattices being
ripped away and timbers blown ont
along the gangway for a distance of
several hundred yards. . The fourth
lift of the urine was completely
AMERICAN NETS ARE DESTROYED
Fishermen Complain of- Action of
Canadian Cruiser in' Lake .Erie. -
'Washington. Capt Ross, chief "of
the revenue cutter service of the
treasury department' Wednesday re
ported to Acting. Secretary Murray of
the department of commerce and la
bor, that he had received advices that
the -Canadian cruiser Vigilant was de
stroying the' nets of American fisher
men in Lake Erie.
The reports of the fishermen Indi
cate that the nets were-'set well with
in American waters.'-
Complaints were filed by the fisher
men with the American authorities.
The matter will be reported, to the
state department and probably will
cohs'tUiite the subject of an .exchange
betweeii' the "American and Canadian
OHIO IS AFTER TW045ENT FARE
Board Invites Passenger Officials to
Confer on Reduced Rate.
1 Columbus, O. The Ohio railroad
commission will take up the ques
tion of applying the- two-cent faro
law to Interstate traffic on Ohio roads
at once.- -
The commission has
fereace of the nassenal
Ohio railroads to beJiO'.c.y
Aasost Sfc-wbea. sbmsbI -.wl'ir.-bo
ascarasa aaalce aajast-
am. formal complaint with the later
state commerce commission. 1
The Ohio railroads now base all In
terstate rates on the old rate ot three
cents .a mile. - - "
Factories Make Gains.
Washington. Vnequaled prosper
ity in the manufacturing industry-of
the United -States- for the' calendar
year of 1904 is shown In a census
bulletin, which is compared with a
similar census for the'year 1900. The
number of manufacturing establish
ments in the country,' as shows, by
tho tost census. Is 218.2S2. an iacrssss
of four per cent over 1900. Capital
increased daring the. five yeara from
$8,978,82560' to $12.6SC,2C5.7x, 'or 41
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'Saratoga. N- T.-At B.meetlag of
the stewards of the Jockey club si tks
Saratoga coarse, the li.cense.of JpckeV
Charles BeU was supended for thet
remainder of the .racing season -. ofij
Linemen en. Strike,
aty. Ma At
ad .Indenendnee.' Mo 400
soarL s: Kaasas City, Tel
oaay are oa strike for
wages. At' Sedalia
' BrfUeh Earl Dies.
London. The Earl of Levea, aad
MelvOle. lord high commissioner of
the' geaoral assembly of tho Church
of 8cottoBd,t.sad .keeper ptjthe priry
seal of Scotland, died Wednesday. He
was bora la isafi.
Ceatralia, 1U. Rev. G. W. 8. BfU.
75 years old. a Baptist preacher, was
gored to death by a ball oa his farm
Wednesday. His sob Frank was seri
ously' iajared-by she same saimal a
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u emhahr 13-"i
.. ' . .aFLy ' fislSrhi arisoBc
b vhst-i.. r 1 r ia m j
iSTsmmenmamj ' aasar
AFTER A PREMIER
KAat IF VKt aWNMat CMKI
slightly woaaded oa tho flaeo ami Bock
by fylag sphaters. Among tho dead
are tho premier's 1 year-old oaafhter.
who had both legs brokea by the ex
Bloalom aad sabeeqaeatly
to her lsjaries; General
tad premler'a peraoaal secretary; M.
irosaovoff, former governor of tho
province 'of 'Penza; Coloael Fodoroff.
chief of tho premier's personal guard;
Prince NakBohldgo. Police Ofltoer Jvoa
nxeff. Court Chamberlain Davldoff.
Court Cbamberlaia, Voronin sad Aid
Doabaasoff, foar women, two children.
several gaarda aad several servants..
,Tao woaaded include hL StolypiB's
3-yoaroM sob, who to seriously though
aot fatally injured aad a number of
persons nfwamaent is tho social sad
Of the foar conspirators who engi
neered tho outrage two were killed
with their victims, while tho -third.
who acted aa coachman for the party.
aad the fourth, who remained inside
fhoSsarriage, were badly woaaded and
r ia the. St Peter aad St Paul.
nuajtahor. tho assasslaa who entereu
rho oaaaalol roceptkm hall threw the
bssm-sVasmwsMslly dropped It prob
ably:oW wp JtoshaowB. as all the
The tr l is siaaii yfereo; of tho explo
sion absolutory biw oat she front of
th nromlor'iiX nUiAui aadK carried
away the ceOFags ieve'aW.4hVfioors
beneath aad the waJU of tho
People were literally blewa
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Nto Homo Tom toflieie ay fapea.
aaaa- KHIaaV aad) Aaoat - aa Mony
aoraaaa are coad asm twoBty-roae
woaaded;as tho' raaaat af a dastardly
attempt Satarday aflsraeaa to aasao
aaate Promlaf Stofypaa with a bomb
wbHo he was holdiatT a amhBd reeea
tkm at his eoaatry hoaao oa Ante-
pieces . Those wao were aoc axnea m- c
tsatrr'were horrihlv aminwd.or.lae 1-.
orated and all the others present were
--r - v
prostrated by the shock.
The . premier's escape, .was mIracu-N
lous, for only a moment: before the
explosion he had stepped Inside his.
study at the rear of the salon to
speak to Prince Shakovsky. Although
he was but slightly InJuredV he to com
pleted prostrated by the calamity.
GENERAL, MIN . SHOT.
a Young Gri, Who la Arrested '
' by Wife of Victim.
ST. PETERSBURG Saturday's un- "
successful attempt oa the life of Pre-,
mier Stolypin with Its sickening, use
less slaughter of thirty-two persons
was followed Sunday night by another
revolutionary outrage in which. Gen
eral MIn. commander of the Semjn--.
ovsky guards .regiment and who.'slace :
bis promitloa to be a general has beea -attached
as a personal adjutant to the
suite' of the emperor, was killed on '
the station platform at Peterhof by a.
young woman, who fired five shots m
Into his body from sa automatic .re
volver and then without resistance.
submitted to arrest The capture or-'
the girl was effected by General Mln's
wife, who held heraatflf the arrival
of en officer.
Folafanc Bands Break Us.
'MANILA It is officially Te'portcd
that the main band of the Pulajanes
has broken Into, smaller bodies. A.
general movement of 1.000 troops
and 200 constabulary through all parts
of the disaffected region Is planned.
A part of the'province of Leyte, south
of Ruvoe ba has been cleared of
Pulajanes. There is no disaffection on
ho Mt tttast except a fow b&ais
st native volunteers are
lvSHpiGTON Secretary Root Is.
how out oa ice raciac ocean sailing
for Valrarairo, Chlto. A dtspstch wan
received from- aba by. the stcie de
psrtmeat from Puerto Aroaaa. straits
of Magellan, raying that he waa start
lag for Valparaiso.
Fin Quantity, ef ..:
HAMBURG A search of the
occapiedby a yoaag 1
arrested here today amelossd
ties of explosives, a aamher of ro
vclTers sad bills of ladlag fer ship
ments of smmunitloa aad explosives
to Russian Baltic ports. ,
f Pe,to,f 8tJyslsj. who was iaiared
ay tao bomhcxplaataa an the stmaier's
" Satarday. aad who was
erroneously. reported to have died, u
tm attve aid may reoavoT
ij!St!l,H Nsli NewYoric
NW TORK Tk- w,t.M.,,
SIJSiL i tti
return to tale
of the world.
port that the
shod sad balloea
week sad that Welbaaa ;
ly to make a trial trip.
director of the
I aad sace auaioter of
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wyaar oa hm
coaatrr trwf as.
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Saaar Beets of Good Oamuew
GRAND lStAMD7lton!!3i- -tests
of the sagar beeta am w.CT
ocal. factory show a veryJmsh per!
CQaaConS1 sPBsSaBaf Cs)aw4'sVdrtS eaamml ftamfib' saaoav.
en bas sko beea a BmatiwmlE
aao ror mmaaao. ' tx , K.
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ttoala torrasesaSeat aaya ' aaata
orth polo iraasai
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