Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, July 10, 1895, Page 5, Image 5
THE OMAHA DAILY BEr WEDNESDAY , JULY 10 , 1898 , NEW YORK STORE . . /.r.,1. / v Northeast Corner 15tji and Dodge Streets. A GREAT BANKRUPT SALE I The stringency of tbe money market having compelled the firm of Williams & Bohn , of New York City' , wholesale Dry Goods and Notions , to assign , our buyer was enabled to purchase the entire stock at a great sacrifice. We will place the same on sale for ten days only , commencing Thursday , July llth , at prices I hat have never yet been equalled. Come and be convinced that we do as we advertise. It L Wash Goods- 1 Bargains bought nt bankrupt prices. 1 23 Tin I i V II I I 31 "I i VII * fe r Xl./ ' A lot of Dress.Ginghams. . This prlceKA ,1 , , * 'r , Blinll sell them out lu oue tiny < II i ' In this lot of bankrupt gooilH wo flud a A [ i WK lot of Dutch Blue PrinLs ; the TORtJn n TT/I ular 12c kind. They will all go at one l-j' | 1/11 / ft O1 II Pllsse In all colors ; worth as high as \2 Vs 2nn (1 ( & * 1 f. IZc 0c nail 27c Dliultles at Men's Furnishings. 100 dozen men's shirts and drawers ; worth GOc ; on sale Very desirable Shirts , collar attached ; neat stripes ; worth 75c Men's Negligee Shirts ; extra good qual ity ; neat patterns ; worth C5u Men's Ilockford Hose ; worth lOc , now. . , 100 dozen Men's Uulaundcrcd Shirts ; good value at 75c , now . . . . ' . . . . . Good Suspenders ; worth Ific , now. 6c Men's Black or Tan Hose ; worth 2'c ; now Carpet Dept. 75 pieces of Japanese Matting ; worth 30c ; go ut .15 pieces of Japanese Matting ; worth 4 o _ 1OL/ / 35c ; go at 10 pieces of Japanese Matting ; linen wove ; worth 40e ; go nt 15 rolls of Wool Ingrain Carpet ; worth 55c"per yard ; go nt 10 rolls ot all wool Ingrain Carpet ; worth 75c ; goat Silks. We have In this bankrupt stock a lot ot line Waist Silk In deslr'able patterns ; worth Mc ) ; go at > 75 pieces of China Silk In all colors , Including black ; worth GOc ; bankrupt price Ladies' Underwear. One lot of Ladies' Vests , ribbon . trimmed k 50 dozen of Ladles' Vests , colored , trim- I uicd I Hosiery. One lot of Black Hose . ; /J.J * lOc quality will go at. . . Ill , , IO , Millinery Department Big lot of Trimmed Ilats worth $2.00 and if:5.00 : apiece , go at.r. . , ' % 't A big lot of Flowers at 5c qq , 10 dollar Mail Orders Receive Special Attention. YORK STORE , - , § _ . or. ' ' 15th and Dodge Sts ROBBED FREIGHT TRAINS "W. H. Buntin , Arrested at Grand Island , Will Bo Eeturnod to Wisconsin. WAS M'XED UP WITH A BAD.GANG Vast Quantity of Stolen Property Found In Ills llousajind Identified in Hairing lie en Taken front Ills Train , LINCOLN , July 9. ( Special. ) Sheriff J. P. Oclaney of Boone county , Wisconsin , was at the governor's office today with a requisition for an extradition warrant for William Henry Bunttn , now under arrest at Grand Island. Buntin was a freight conductor on the Chicago cage , Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad , and lived at Green Bay , WIs. Between the 1st ot July , 1S94 , and June 25 last a number of freight cars were broken Into on his run between Milwaukee and St. Paul and prop erty amounting to several hundred dollars qtoleh. A search warrant was Issued and Buntln's house ransacked , where all kinds of dry goods , notions , boots and shoes and hats and caps were found , all of which property was Identified. Buntin fled. Two brakemen , Moftott and McKenzIe , were arrested for stealing the goods and Buntin was Indicted lor receiving stolen property. Requisition papers were honored for the persons of Max Fix and Mrs. Mary Kholar , DOW under arrest at Omaha on the charge ot a.dultery. Sheriff Hllgor ot Shakopee , Minn. , secured them , THOUGHT THE JUDGMENT-WORTHLESS. 1 Maude Shugart , who recovered a verdict of 4,000 against the Lincoln Street Railway company In a personal damage case , and who was ordered by the court to file a re- tnlttur ot $2,500 today or a new trial , would be granted , filed the same , evi dently believing that a Judgment of $1,500 Is worth about as much as ono ot $4,000 against the company. In the case against Alexander Buckner , the tUate was this morning permitted to amend Its reply to the plea of former acquittal by introducing the records of the trial In the Douglas county district court of the evidence and proceedings had therein. The defendant claims Immunity from punishment , because , as he alleges , he was once placed In Jeopardy In Omaha for the same offense. He supports this by filing the records of the court show- tag that the Judge bad Instructed the Jury ( O bring In a verdict ot not guilty. The state Claims that Buckner's attorney failed to file all the. record of tne proceedings , which will show that the court held that the evidence Showed that the district court of Douglas county had no Jurisdiction. It Is for tbe purpose of getting this In that the state asked leave to amend its reply. , MRS. DH HAAS OUT ON BAIL. Mrs. De Haas , the pretty little woman charged by Henry Smith with immorality be cause she would not repay a $25 loan by mar rying him and opening a disorderly house , Is out on $100 ball to answer the charge July 23. Meantime her attorneys may make It plain to Smith that If Mrs. De Haas Is what he claims her to be he Is likely to be fined for visiting her. V Sheriff Miller and E. R. SUer and their families have returned from an outing at Mllford. Earl Smith , a cousin of T. J. Hlckey and a retldent ot Des Motnes , Is visiting in the oity.At At S o'clock this morning Norval Field was arrcsUd for attempting to cut a front win < low from the store ot J. P. llendry with burglarious Intent. The State Board ot Health , at the gov ernor' * office today listened to arguments In the application ot Dr. Philip Lceber of Omaha ' -T tor a certificate allowing nun to practice medicine. There were present ot the board Governor Holcomb and Attorney General P Churchill This application of Dr. Lleber's li- taj been before the board once before and ho has been turned down. The doctor li manger - ger of the Omaha sanitarium. Tha Seventh Day Adrentlsti will hold their Annual state camp meetlnf , beginning o August 26 and closing September 9 , In Gush- man's park , four miles west ot the city of Lincoln. Lincoln.OMAHA OMAHA PEOPLE IN LINCOLN. At the Llndell C. W. .JVebstcr , O. C. Holmes , J. II. Macomber , E. L. Ely. Capitol A. W. Kinsman. Lincoln George II. Ly ons , C. A. Baldwin , John F. Dale , J. M. Richards , B. E. Morgan , J. G. Lumbard. H. J. Jones , Council Bluffs , is at the Lin coln. _ _ _ _ _ TO 01VK NEIIItASK.V A QUOD SHOW Delegate ! to the Atlanta Exposition Meet and Dlscaii 1'lans. LINCOLN , July 9. ( Special Telegram. ) Tbe executive committee of the delegates to the Atlanta Cotton States and Industrial exposition met this afternoon In the offices of the secretaries ot the State Board of Transportation. There were present : James Heaton , president ; Colonel George E. Jen kins , vice president ; D. P. Rolf , treasurer ; II. S. Hotchktss , secretary ; T. W. Bostrom , chairman ot press committee ; L. W. Hast ings , H. K. Burket , J. N. Cassel. O. C. Holmes , J. G. Lumbard and Mrs. V. M. Go IT. Ways and means to raise funds sufficient to give Nebraska a respectable showing ct the exposition was the chief topic of the dis cussion and a number ot feasible plans were suggested , but none acted upon deft nltely. After an Informal dtscuslon of the various propositions the committee adjourned to meet In the governor's office at 9 a. m. tomorrow. \\ll.l , UK CAl.l.KI ) IN AUGUST. Nebraska Itepubllcani Likely to Hold an Kurly HlHlo CoiiTtmtlon. LINCOLN , July 9. ( Special. ) Chairman Morrlll has issued a call for a meeting ot the republican state central committee at the Llndell hotel In Lincoln on August 7. After corresponding with the members of the state committee with a view of ascer taining their views as to the desirability ot an , early or la to convention Chairman Mor rlll states that a majority favor a date somewhere between August 15 and August Trcumieh Nutm nml I'enonals. TECUMSEH. Neb. , July 9. ( Special. ) W. J. Darling , who has been In the tailoring business hero for three years past , has left for Colorado , making the trip with his family overland. County Superintendent E. E. Young and wife. City Superintendent T. H. Bradbury , wife and daughter. May , Mrs. W. H. Ilasjett and daughters. May and Lizzie , Mrs. Sarah Baker and daughter , Nellie , the Misses Mary Applegct , Nettle Henry , Edith Laflin and Efflo Rcnshaw , and Messrs. A. T. Seaver and L. C. Harnley are visiting Denver and the National Teachers' association. Miss Anna Prall of Tarklo , Mo. , h visit ing In Tecumieh. The Christian Endeavor society of the Christian church was entertained last evenIng - Ing by Miss Jessie Dillon. Rev. John Pollock ot Lebanon , Ind. , has received a call to the pastorate of the Presbyterian church here , to fill a vacancy caused by the removal of Dr. W. W. Harsha to Omaha. Miss Maud Alexander is visiting relatives at Hamburg. la. Mrs , N. M. Peterson has gone to Hot Springs. S. D. . on a pleasure trip. Mrs. J. W. Battreall Is visiting a sister In St. Joe. Saw I he World In u futv Uny * . ASHLAND. Neb. , July 9. ( Special. ) Two boys , aged 11 an * 13 respectively , tool of a prominent minister In this city , ran away from home July 4. They took a skiff and a basketful of provisions and floate-1 down the Mloiourl river to an Island , where they camped until getting tlrvd , then floated on to Nebraska City. At that point they became homeilck and concluded to come home. They paid their fare to Plattsmouth and beat their way on a frleght from there to Ashland. A delegation of children from Greenwood came to town today. A lummer school will bo opened here Mon day. Looking After II itlnc Fluanre > . HASTINGS. Neb. , July 9. ( Special. ) At the regular meeting of the city council last night the matter ot taxes on the Citizens Street Railway company was brought up. Tbe council dtclded that the delinquent taxes should bo paid , but the paving taxes should be canceled , which decides the question of trying to collect paving taxes In advance. The matter In regard to taking the franchise away from the Hastings Electric Light and Power company on account ot nonfullfllment of contract , was laid over for third reading. An appropriation bill was posted to levy a tax of 49 mills for general purposes. An occupation tax ordinance was passed , levying a tax on the following occupations : Express company , J200 ; grain dealers op tions , ? 500 ; gas company , $100 ; electric light company , $100 ; Insurance company , fire , life or accident , * 1G ; railroad company , J100 ; tele phone company , $200 ; telegraph company , $250. Went Through bnloon. FALLS CITY , Neb. , July 9. ( Special. ) Dr. McConnell and a man giving his name as John Peterson , and who says his home Is Brown county , Kansas , broke Into the Hoff man saloon Saturday morning. They drank all the whisky they could held and were going through the till when .Nlghtwatch- man Stump captured them. They wore sent to Jail to wait a preliminary hearing , which was set for yesterday , but It was thought McConnell would have dclerlum tremens be fore the trial was over and the case was continued until Friday. McConnell was atone ono time one of the best physicians In this city. . Many Vntlor ) at t'rrle. CRETE , Neb. , July 9. ( Special Telegram. ) Excursions from the cast and south have brought many visitors to the assembly today. Prof. Taylor's lecture this afternoon was a discussion of "The Influx of Country People to the Large Cities. " Dr. Holmes' 7 o'clock appointment was a large and somewhat ex citing meeting. Mrs. Benjamin ot Michigan delivered the evening selection , "A History ot the Woman's Chrstlan Temperance Union Organization. " Her prelude was by Miss Robinson , the Chicago harpist , and the Doane College Mandolin club. Urncral Rain In Hex Undo. HEMINGFORD , Neb. , July 9. ( Special Telegram. ) For the last few days farmers have been somewhat discouraged because of lack of rain , but this morning at 6 o'clock rain commenced falling-heavily and .continued until noon. As far as known this Is a sen- era ! rain over Box Butte county and Insures a bountltul harvest , as the grain Is Just be ginning to head. Farmers and business men are Jubilant over the outloook , which was never better than at this time of the year. High Wntrr Dnmnce at I'mnklln. FRANKLIN. Neb. , July 9. ( Special Tele gram. ) The high water In the Republican river has undermined ths Franklin roller mills and caused their ruin. The stone rip rap built at a cost of $3,500 Is washed out. The mill was equipped with complete roller process and at a cost of $15,000. Half the building Is now in the river and the rest Is going. . Itrtult or H Illn SIITPC. DECATUR , Neb. , July 9. ( Special. ) Jack Craneln got full and Imagined1 ho owned the earth. Marshal Lewis arrested htm and he was fined JIG. He swore he would have re venge on Lewis and even threatened his life. He has been placed under $500 bonds to keep the peace and was bound over to the district court. Krtl I'Hriuer Injured. FAIRMONT , Neb. , July 9. ( Special. ) John Fraley , about 65 years old. while using a fractious team on his farm , five miles southwest ot this place , was thrown under the wheels and dragged several rods. Hu shoulder was dislocated and the shoulder blade broken In two places , hrrnk uf Nature ut llraiUhair. BRADSHAW , Neb. , July 9. ( Special. ) Robert Clark , living seven miles northeast of here hag an apple tree that has been bloomIng - Ing since early In tbe spring , and while It U white with blossoms It aUo has appleis on In all stages ot maturity , It bloomed all lait summer. Fremont1 * Toucher Contingent. FREMONT , July 9. ( Special. ) One nun- died and twelve people boarded the train that left here yesterday afternoon for Den ver and the west. There was a large dele gation of teacher * and others from Fremont and vicinity. U FRENCH PRESS IS ANGRY Faked Interview Published in the Figaro Causes All the Trouble. BREACH OF INTERTATIONAL HOSPITAUIY United Slates Minister Euntls Koundly Abused for Ills Aliened Interview with n 1'nrls Newspaper , Although Ho Utterly Denies It. LONDON , July 9. M. De Blowltr , the famous Paris correspondent , commenting In the London Times today upon the alleged Interview with the United States ambassa dor to France , Mr. James B. Eustls , pub lished yesterday In the Figaro , said thai such an interview evidently constituted anew now departure In diplomacy. In reference to the utterances imputed to Mr. Eustla regarding Canada , M. De Blowltz said II would be dllllcult to believe that the am bassador represented a friendly nation. Several of the Paris newspapers also com ment today on the alleged Interview. The Estafette says that Mr. EuUls ad mitted that the United States supported Japan against France , Russia and Germany ; Canada against England and Cuba against Spain and that the United States has am bitious commercial Ideas respecting Mada gascar. All those acts and plans , the Es tafette comments , "are contradictory of the Monrob doctrine and combined with their apparent forgetfulness ot our former fra ternal relations , compels us to anticipate that the future will bo darkened by disputes and misunderstandings. " The Libre Parole also severely criticises Mr. Eustis , and , accepting the Figaro In terview as genuine , says the American ambassador has committed a broach of the laws of hospitality. JOHN OII.LO.V ALCUSKU OF SELLING OUT Kxclt'og t'ceno at a Convention of Home Ituln Dflejrutr * . LONDON , July 9 , At the national conven tion at Omagh , county Tyrone , yesterday , called to choose candldajqe for the election In Tyrone. Mr. T. M. Healy amid great excite ment accused Mr. John"Dlllon of selling Tyrone rene to the English Jtifty. He read a letter ' from Hon. EJward B a'ke to Privy Councillor Dickscn , Informing hltu that the nationalist federation would bcjinablo In future to sub sidize North and South'/Tyrone or North and South Londonderry , which he asked should be subsidized hencefortll Innhe sum of 200,000 yearly by the liberals. 'The then government whip. Mr. Thomas K Ellis , consented to this on the understanding that the seats named were to be considered liberal and not home rule seats. I ' ' / The reading of theHUAter caused consterna- tlon amcng the delegile J'rvbo sSou'ed "Sold. " Mr. Dillon's voice as'We iyose to reply to Mr. Healy was drowned /h-ftfe. / din. but ho finally succeeded in shoutln 'put * loud enough to be heard : "What you sUls an Infamous lie. You are a traitor. 'You read a private letter In public. " , Another tremendous , uproar followed and flntlly the nonscctarlan candidates were ac cepted. OLAUSTONK SKXUS A F1XAI > MESSAQB Urcci the Liberals to Vindicate th Mights of lit * lionse of Commons. LONDON , July 9. The Westminster Ga zette today publishes the following message from Mr. Gladstone , addressed to tbe liberals ; HA WARDEN. July 5.-Above all other purposes vindicate the rights of the House of Commons as the guardian of the nation and establish the honor of England , as VHl as consolidate the strength of the em- plre by conceding the Just constitutional claims of Ireland. GLADSTONE. DeTeloprueuU In th Cabinet Crl l . QUEBEC. July 9. Sir Mackenzie Bowell's private secretary paid a visit to Quebec yea- Shoes. Children's Tan Oxfords , worth GOc , sizes to 5 only , go ut . From 5 to 8 , cheap nt SOc , go at . , 4 9 C Ladies' button shoes , square and opera 07 f > toe , wortli ? 1.50 , go nt . . - * * 1 Ladles' Oxfords , in tan , square or opera toe , real nobby . - Ladles' $4.00 Tan Oxfords , white stitch Draperies. 300 pairs of Lace Curtains wortli § 2.00 pur pair , bankrupt sale price 250 pairs Lace Curtains , worth ? 3.25 go at X 1,000 yards of Silkaliue , worth SOc per yard , go at 10,000 yards all kinds of Curtain Goods , some are worth 25c and 30c , go at. . . 1 J. C We give free poles and fixtures with every curtain purchase during this sale. terday. The result Is that Lord Aberdeen , governor general of Canada , started today for Ottawa. Ills hurried return Is undoubtedly in connection with the cabinet crisis at Ottawa. He had Intended going Into the Lake St. John district for a vacation. KI'l'OKTS OF l.VSUr.GUNT SUCCESSES. Four Encngrnicnts In Which the Spanish Tronpi Were Kouted. NEW YORK , July 9. Private correspond ence from Cuba brings the report that General - oral Borrero , one of the Insurgent army , was shot and killed In Alpagracla , where a battle was fought by the Insurgents under General Gomez , on June 20. Four engagements took place , In all ot which the Insurgents are said to have been successful. General Borrero was leading a division and was shot from a house In the town , which was ordered to be burned as soon as It was learned that the general was dead. The second engagement was at Coja Alarda , where a detachment ot Spanish soldiers was forced to surrender , the men giving up their arms and ammunition. on ervntlve I'olltlcluix ( Iptet. MONTREAL , July 9. French conservative politicians In this city are so upset by the turn ot affairs at Ottawa and the rumored resignation ot three other ministers that they will not express themselves on the'situ ation. They are anxiously awaiting news from the capital. I'lntteil Ratimi Uio Czir'n 1.1 to. LONDON , July 9. The Journal do St. Petersburg reports the discovery of an ex tensive plot against the life of the czar. Eight arrests for complicity In the conspiracy have been made. Among those accused are six men well known as nihilists. Cuban 1'nrt Openeil for I'otroloum. SANTIAGO DE CUBA. July 9. The port of Santiago de Cuba has been opened for the Importation of petroleum. Vllir.nitRX MUltliKli TllKlIt 3IOTIIKU Itottl of Tlirm Loilgcd In ilnll No Knorrn Motive fnr the ITnnnturnl Crime. GRAND RAPIDS. Mich. , July 9. Mrs. Levl Pierce , aged 60. who lived two miles southeast of Berlin , Ottawa county , was mur dered yesterday and her daughter , May Pierce , aged 13 , and her grandson , George Kctsbro , aged 13 , are now In jail at Grand Haven awaiting examination. < * c Mr. Pierce went to the field to work as usual , leaving his wife and two children at home. At about 10 o'clock May cimo run ning to him across the fields yelling that her mamma was dead. Pierce ran to the house and found a horrible state of affairs. On the floor beside the kitchen stove was Mrs. Plerce's dead body. The chin was horribly gashed , the teeth were knocked out and the neck was black and bruised as If she had been choked to death. There were evidences of a terrible struggle. At the Inquest , owing to th contradictory stories told by George Kersbro , and his evident desire to avert suspicion from himself and turn It toward a mythical tramp , KesibnTs arrest followed and ho was ta'ien to the Grand Haven Jail today. Today further Investigation led to the girl. May , also being taken to Jail. It Is be lieved that Kessbro did the killing and the little girl knows all about It and perhaps as sisted In the murder. nun the Town for a Mlnutr , NEBRASKA CITY , July 9. ( Special. ) Last night Lee Dolan filled up on bad nhlsky and arming hlmielf with a big revolver at tempted to run the town , going up Central avenue and shooting at every one In sight. He was succeeding admirably until the police appeared and , after an exciting chase , dis armed and lodged him Ir. Jail. This mornIng - Ing he received a fine ot | 15 and costs , which he will board out. In Fremont county , Iowa , yesterday C. F. Morse was severely Injured by his team , hitched to a slt binder , running away. His Injuries were very painful but nothing se rious. Hy Huso yetterday swore out a warrant for the arrest ot William Shrlner for aiiault and battery. Misses Laura Marnell , Mlnnlo Cooley and Gllmore left last night for Colorado Springs to attend the national teachers' meeting. C. M. Hubner of the News and Ernest Hoppo left -this morning for West Point , where they will ap nl a few days ashing. Fine Wash Goods- Wo have selected from this bankrupt stock a lot of line Lawns , India Dimities. French I'llspes and other material ! , goods xj * that ore Rolling here In the oltv at 12ftc O4C VQ. nnJ 15c. our sale price , per yard v j * French Crepons. nllk stripes , handsomest | tC goods In the market , worth 40c , our price * - * Wo nlso llnd about 50yar ds of Ime 1'rlnteil4 f\ * Swiss Mull , Btrlpoa , all colors and stylon , I I 1C VQ * * f * bankrupt prluo , yanl - 7 Notions. One lot Engraved Sterling Dclt PJiif , worth GOc Jet Bolt Pins 5C Ladled 'Link Shirt WaUt Sets Dangle Initial Tina Sterling Silver Belt Tins , engraved 255C Dozens of nrtlcloa In Sterling that wo cannot mention. Cheap at twicu our price. 100 yards Spool Hllk One dozen Safety Pins Handkerchiefs Hair Pins -4 _ Combs * If' Thimbles -4 _ flKE.VT SIX. HOVR3 IK Tllli WATKli Terrible Plight of a Ctilcaco Excursion Party on l.uUo Michigan. CHICAGO , July 9. A yachting party of four people was rescued off Lincoln park at daylight today , after six hours spent tn the water clinging to Uio overturned craft. The party consisted of two young men and a young woman , all prominent society people , and a man servant , who acted as skipper. Yesterday afternoon Allan Fowler , a prominent young attorney , started for a sail with his yacht Bowery , taking with him Miss Emma Gibson , James Dalton and a servant. The weather was delightful and tbe sail was prolonged until late In the evening. About 10:30 : o'clock , as the yacht was nearlng Lincoln park and the people aboard were quietly resting on deck. a sudden gust ot wlna caught the craft and helped by the clumsiness of the servant , who was at the helm , capsized the boat. MUs Gibson , who was swept clear of the wreck , was rescued by Mr. Fowler and the four by the aid ot ropes and spars succeeded In clinging to the overturned boat They shrieked for help until their voices failed them. Chilled and almost helpless they drifted about within sight ot the park until returning daylight revealed tholr plight to some early fliher- men on the beach. Boats were lowered and sent out and they were taken off the wreck , all of them In so exhausted a condi tion that they , were unable to give their rescuers their names or addresses. They were accordingly taken to a hospital , where all were revived. Meanwhile the parents of the three young people had been making frantic search for them , no trace being found until telegrams from the hospital an. nounccd their safety. Mist Gibson Is still In a serious condition , but her recovery U expected. The other members of the party were able to leave the hospital during the day. .1IAlill2ii ) MUKK T//.1.Y .1 YKAR AdU. Prominent Yonne tioctety Con pi bncccnil lu .My tirylnc Tholr rrlomln. CHICAGO , July 9. A sensation was caused by the announcement of the secret marriage elghteeen months ago of David Lyman to Edith Rowe of Hartford , Conn. The grcom Is a son of David n. Lyman of the law firm of Lyman . Jackson , the latter member being one of the executors of the multl-mllllonalro Crecacro will and otherwise connected with prominent casei. Young Lyman Is a graduate of Yale , where ho played on the foot ball eleven a couple of years ago. MI-3 Howe Is a daughter of Mr. Edwin O. Howe , a urokcr In Now York. When approached In regard to i his son's marriage. Mr. Lyman , sr. , replied ; "There It nothing to announce except that they have been married a year and a half and wo have known of It for qulto a time , al though It was not made public. There wus not the least opposition to the marriage by either family and the bride Is a lovely young woman. " Mr. Lyman refuted to state the cauji ) of the tardy announcement of the marriage and It was said that the young benedict would not bo regularly at his work In his father's office until next week. a Itpfnrmecl ur , Liberal Idiliblt Meet. ROCHESTER. July 9. The annnal central conference of American Habbls , organized In ISS9 at Detroit through the efforts of the reformed or liberal branch of the Jewish teachers , will be held here this week , be ginning on Wednesday , when an address cf welcome will bo delivered by Dr. Lanlsberg , which will bo responded to In behalf of the conference by Dr. Q. Gothell of New York city. Tapers will bq read by Dr. E. G. Hlrsch ot Chicago on "Significance and Ten dency of the Reform Movement In Ameri can Judaism ; " by Itabbt I. 8. Moie * of Chicago cage on "Missionary Efforts In Judaism , " and by Dr. O. DeUtsch of Cincinnati on "Tn Scroll of the Law , " rimre rt with I'lundorhig Fnlght far * . GRAND ISLAND , July 9. Special Tele- grain. ) W. H. llontln of Bay City , WIs. wai arreited ho-a today suspected of being Implicated In plundering Chicago , Milwau kee & St. Paul freight cars , of which roil he was a freight conductor. Detectives fol lowed him hero , whore he was vliltlng rela tives , llontln Is being held until requisition papers can be obtained. It I * said that there U strong evidence against him. DASTARDLY WORK OF A MOB Whole Community in Ignoranca as to th Cause of the Crime. - - - - - * TWO MEN SHOT DOWN IN COLD BLOOD Called to Tholr Door at Midnight Atiasslnnted , the U'liltc-IIulrcU Anther Vainly I'lendlnc for the Life of Ills Son. PniNCETON , Ky. , July 9. A mob ot masked men went to the residence ot Joseph Howton at Lewlston , eight miles from tliU city , last night and murdered him and his son , Howlot Howton. Just as the clock struck 12 ono ot the mob knocked on the door and asked to ece Hwlet Howton. Ho came to Uio door , and , after talking a mlnuto or two , was seized and pulled outside and shot through the body. The mob then dragged him to the gate and shot him seven times. After they had finished him the gang went back to the house. The white-haired father begged that they spare his life and the lives of his family , llut Ills entreaties were unheeded and they pushed him back Into a corner so they could shoot lilm without danger to his wife and daughters. The leader deliberately counted ten and then five of the men fired at tne old man. Ono ball struck him In the wrist , another In the abdomen and a third In the groin. The men then left the house , taking with them a boy who worked on. Howton's farm. They carried him to a vacant building and fastened him up , telling him they would kill him If ho attempted to escape before daylight. Ono of the women was > badly frightened that dhe was utterly prostrated and her death Is looked for. There Is no theory as to the cause of the mob's action. The How- tons were Inoffensive people nnl stood well In the community. The sheriff and a posie , with the county attorney , have gone to the scene of the double murder to make a thorough Inventlga- tlon , and It Is believed that the murderers will be apprehended. If they are caught they will bo lynched. OSKAHTllKt ) 7t aia.lXTIO Alleged AdvrrlUlns A cents Attempt to Se. rnro AdrnnrtM on llogui Contract' . DENVER , July 9. A special to the News from Butte , Mont. , says : The preliminary trial of H. A. Sloan and William McMahon today developed a gigantic forgery schema affecting bankers and merchants In nearly every large city In the United States. The two men were arrested several weeks ago when they presented themselves at ono of the banks of this city and attempted to collect $85 on a "contract" for an advertise ment In a publication called "laird's Indus trial Gazetcer. " On one of the men were found hundreds of similar contracts bearing the alleged signatures ot various merchants ami mining companies. Their dummy Is filled with advertisements for which the contract * were supposed to be Riven , pas'.sd In. The address of the publishing house lJ given at Cl to C9 , Gold street. New York. Th y huvu alleged advertisements of flrmu In Chicago , St. Louis , Omaha , San FrancUco and many other cities , estimated to represent over $20,000. One Thontnnil 1'eoplfl SALINA , Kan. , July 9. The Smoky Hill river has broken over IU banks ad peopla are leaving their homes. There U great danger of 1,000 people being driven from home. Boats are running In the streets ot the east side. At 1:30 : the water Is still r''ns' ' ' r''ns'A A ninnllpox Ht re , if you would dodge the danger ot this dreadful disease and escape without even u scare , trust to Allen'i Hygienic Fluid. If rightly used It positively prevents all con * taglon. A pleasant , personal disinfectant , deodorant and germicide purifying , cleans * i Ins and healing.