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BEN T. ROBINSON,
DRUGS AND MEDICINES. PJ2K
FUMEHY and TOILET ARTI-
CLES PAINTS AND OILS,
Utes: 75o. and $1.00 por Day.
:STAURANT POPULAR PRICES.
.SPECIAL 25c. DINNER.
ECIAL BREAKFAST AND SOPPEH.
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properly it lakes time. It requires
experience and a complete knowledge
of drugs, It requires the druggist
lo have a larga amount of drugs
fresh drug. He must give the bes
rxwsibla work, and for compensation
he must be reasonable.
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AKcnt, Atlanta, Ga
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Room 40 j, Ry. Exchange Building,
St. Louis, Mo.
URIARD F. HILL, Northern Pass. Agt.
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linn w viii iiuiii 0f ordnance nml Amtnaultloc, wws
Fatal Affray Between American
Military Police and a Party of
SERGT. PRICE, OF MINNESOTA, KILLED,
One of tho Native Shot Donil Two Span.
Uh Crulier liaised and Docked nt Ca
vlte- A Terrible Typhoon Merchant! to
Kitabllih a Chamber or Commerce A
Uood Sanitary Hboirlife.
Manila, Philippine Islands, Nov. 20.
Three Filipino-natives, Friday night,
hired n carriage, und afterwards be
came engaged In a dispute with the
drhcr rcguttllng the are. Some mem
bers of the American military police
attempted to arrest the nutlves, but
the latter rcn!stcd, and Bergt. Price, of
the Minnesota regiment, was Btabbcd
and killed, and three other American
soldiers, Mnhcr, Montgomery and
Hoyt, wpro wounded.
Mnhcr shot one native dead. The
others wcro nrrested.
Ilollb Iteported In Jnure;enti llandi.
Manila, Nov. SO. It is reported that
Hollo, cupltul of tho island of 1'anay,
is In the hands of the insurgents. Tho
United StntcH cruiser Charleston and
the United States gunboat Concord
have gono there.
The Spanish cruisers Isla do Cuba
nml Isla de Luzon, which were mink
during the battle of Manila, have been
floated and docked nt Cavlte.
Tho United States revenue cutter
McCulloch has left Mnnlla on her way
A Terrible Typhoon.
The Phlllppino provinces have suf
fered from tho se crest typhoon In
years. Mrlaloi, the headquarters of
Agulnaldo, has been damaged, and
many villages hate been destroyed.
The merchants of this city have de
cided to establish a chamber of com
xncrco which, by Spanish law, they
were prolouHly precluded from doing.
A flood (Sanitary Ohonlnc
Washington, Nov. 20. The following
has ben received at the war depart
ment: Ma'nlla, Nov. 10. Adjutant General,
Washington Follojvlng death since
last report: November 14, Joy A.
Emlth, private, Co. O, First South Da
kota, apoplexy, following malarial
The war department officials sny
that the report showing Buch a Binnll
Heath rato among so many soldiers is
extremely gratifying, and Indicates an
Improved condition at Manila. That
only one death ahould occur In 20,000
soldiers In a week or ten dnys is very
surprising. Tho department belleveH
there has ben n great Improvement in
tho health conditions in the Philip
pines. FOR POLICE DUTY IN CUBA.
A. Number or Discharged Tesa Voluulver
doing to Cuba to Do Mounted l'ollce
Doty for the (loTermncnt.
Tort 'Worth, Tex., Nov. 10. Four
teen well-known Texans.underthecap
lalncy of Lieut. Cates,ofDaIlascouuty,
recently of the Texas volunteers lcae
at once for Cuba to do police service
for the go eminent. There will be 22
mounted men stationed between Man
tnnzni and Havana, of which the 14
Texas men will be pnrt. Knch man
will be paid $43.50 per month by tho
government, nnd furnished horse,
board and supplies.
ELEVEN MEN KILLED.
It mi Down by a Train on the rennlylranla
llallroad Hidden by Smoke,
Storm and For.
New York, Nov. 19. In the gloom of
smoke, storm nnd fog that darkened
tho rails ot thu Pennsylvania railroad
early yesterday morning, between
Jersey City nnd Ifnrrison, ti belated
suburban train dasked into n gang of
workmen, killing 11 nnd injuring four.
Five others had remarkable escapes,
All tho vfotlms lived In Jersey City.
Admiral Schley Among; Friend.
Frederick, Md., Nor. 10. Admiral
Schley reached this city yesterday and
will remain until Sunday visiting his
relatives here. His coming was the oc
casion of nit intense popular outpour
ing and ovation. Many houses wcro
elaborately decornted, the church and
other bells of the city were rung and
thousands gathered at tho depot to
cheer him. A public reception will bo
given in his honor to-night, and ho
will be entertained during his stay at
tho homo of his cousin, Miss Mary
Ooldsboro, of this city.
Columbus, O., Nov. 10. There was a
desperate attempt made by two con
victs to Escape from the penitentiary
about 8 n. in., as n result of which
Guard Charles D, l.autcrbnch, of
Mount Vernon, was shot and killed
and Convicts O'Nell nnd Atkinson ros
ccjved injuries, of a serious nature, and
iqt pre now in the prison hospital.
A Modification of Treatment for Drcjrfua.
Paris, Nov. 21. The government, ac
cording to tho Tempes, 1ms ordered u
modification ot the prison treatment
of former ("apt. Albert Dreyfus.
Dreyfus Is to bo allowed to prome
nade and -exercise in a space of eight
Ilorr II. II. Meier Dead.
Bremen, Nov. 10. nerr H .IL.Meler,
founder if tho North -German Lloyd
Steamship Co,., .is dead." 'Ho was 80
year of aire. - . ,
More standing timber annually
(toes ud in smoke .in the Rockv
mountains, than js 'felled by the
axtnen in iwe years, a writer in
the Chicago Times-Herald says.
The rnvernment of Nnnv.iv hno
negotiated a loan of ao,ooo,ooo
crowns tor military purposes.
A close observer here says that daring
thn Cleveland administration nt ItiU c-,-
son of tbe year there was no scarcity of
coal cars, bat under the rule of McKinley
so bard have we been struck by prosperity
that cars MjfficieBt cab not be bad.
New Orleans, Nov. 23. The Ameri
can schooner W. II. Swan was nelzed
by the collector of customs of this
port for carrying contraband goods,
llesldes 3,0.'.0 cigars which were not
shown upon her manifest she had on
board concealed 37 Mauser rifles, 14
bayonets, 41 belts of cartridges, 40
boxes of cartridges, one suck of cart
ridges nnd three brass cannon. The
ship cleared frqm Santiago for a small
Georgia port and put into New Or
leans In distress, and when the cus
toms Inspectors boarded her they dis
covered the cargo. The ground Is
taken by the officials that not only are
the ordancc nnd ammution contra
band by not being on the manifest,
but Hint they ore property of the
THE "OPEN DOOR."
Tho London Afternoon IV per Uxprr Sat-
Uracllon at the United State'
London, Nov. 23. Most of the after
noon papers comment upon and ex
press satisfaction ot the "open door"
intentions of the United rjtatcs In the
The Pall Mull Uuzette says: "What
ctet muy happen in Porto Rico, and
eventually In the United States them
Fches, America's colonial policy in tho
1'dcIIIc is the 'open door.' It It a wlso
decision oti eery ground, in the In
terests of the prosperity of tho Philip
pines themselves, and as accuring the
good will of nations really friendly to
American in the Pacific. The com
munlty of Interests of the two English
speaking nntions arc thcrcbyassured."
THE ENTERING WEDGE.
Southern Methodlet and MethodlH I.pl-
flood Fcllort at fit. Loul.
St. Louis, Nov. 23. An event without
precedent in Methodist circles took
jilncc Monday. All the Southern Meth
odist ministers of the city sat down to
a banquot with alt the Methodist Epis
copal, or "Northern Methodist" minis
ters. The nlTalr was held nt Union
Methodist Episcopal church, and
marked a long step In the direction of
federation of the two bodies. More
than one speaker referred to that time
In the future when both bodies should
U teunlted, and the signs of good fel
oushlp and friendly feeling were no
ticeable among all the guests.
SANK AT BELLE GROVE.
Tho bteamer John K. Speed, tbe Memphlf,
'New Orleans & Cloclnontt Packet
Co.' Ulzceat Iloat, Sank.
New Orlenns. Nov. 23. Tim atom
L wheel steamer John K. Speed, on her
way lrom Cincinnati xo rsew Urlruns
nnd due here, sank nt Belle Grove
plantation, 75 miles above tho city,
The boat can be raised. Her frelirht
aboe deck is dry. The Speed was in
commanu or Copt. A. C. Hazlett. The
boat belongs to tho Memphis, New Or
leans & Cincinnati Packet Co. She
was the largest freight boat In the
A Ileaatlful Souvenir,
Washington, Nov. 23. Lieutenant
Commander John M. Hawley, who has
had charge of the recruiting branch
of the navigation bureau, has just re
turned from Chicago, where he went
to recele rt Jeweled sword, presented
him by the naval reserve of Illinois
in recognition of his services during
the war. It is a damascened blade of
exquisite workmanship, contained in
a xcabbard of gold and silver, richly
ornamented. The national colors arc
represented on the scabbard by a
ruby, a diamond and a turquoise, all of
Inquiry Into the L'nuaa of tho Abandon
ment of Hie Maria Teresa.
Norfolk, Vn., Nov. 23. The court of
Inquiry appointed by the secretary of
the nnvy to ascertain why the Spanish
cruiser Marin Tcreso was abandoned,
nnd to fix tho responsibility, began its
labors yesterday. Several of the crcwo
of the tuga of tho Merrltt Wrecking
Co. nnd the Leonldas were heard, but
members of tho court would not glvo
out anything for publication.
Flrt Troop to Sail for llavana.
Savannah, Ga., Nov. 23. Tho first
battalion of the Second United States
volunteer engineers loft hero last
night by tho Plant system for Port
Tampa, and will sail from there by
the steamer Florida for Havana. These
will be the first troops sent from the
United States to Havana. The battal
ion is commanded by Mnj. Richard
Open (Jumbling Again Stopped In Denver.
Demer, Col,, Nov. 23. Once more
open gnmbling In Denver has been
stopped. The district court dissolved
the Injunction obtained by the Iro
quois club forbidding the police to in
terfere with the games conducted in
its own rooms, and all gambling
houses were Immediately closed in op
tier to avoid being raided,
Cauchllii the lllliarduud Froaeu toDentli
Springfield, Mo., Nov. 23. Ocorge
and lCd Cotter, married farmers, were
found frpen to death near Ash
Groe. They went to Ash Grove Mon
day nnd drunk considerably. They
started to their farms nnd were caught
In the blizzard. It- is supposed they
fell from their horses.
Ueorce II. Hull, of qt. Jaieph, Mo., Treated
St. Joseph, Mo., Nov, 23. George II.
Hall, the absconding collector of tho
county, who disappeared nearly three
years ago, after a shortage of several
thousand dollars hat been discovered,
lt been located In Mexico, where he
Is the owner of several rich mines.
The only artisan buried in West
minster Abbey is George Graham,
the instrument maker, who in
vented an improved clockwork in
the year 1700.
Care a Cough or Cold In ,-k BMtU
ooeday! "Why cough and vOUKll
risk Consumption? Thk mi. w
famous remedy wul cure OVl UDsi
you. Doctors recommend "f"
Price 25 cents, Sold fcy.U tbtajgitt
That is the Amount Spain Can Have
For a Treaty Cession of the
WE MUST HAVE THE ISLANDS AHYWAY,
'The United States' l'iirpoe 1 to Maintain
Them as an "Open Door" to the World'
Commerce Spain Has Until November
8 to Make Up Her Mtnd-Other Detre
or the United State.
Paris, Nov. 22. Tho .Spanish and
American peace commissions met in
joint sesion at 2 p. m. The American
declared the United States must have
the entire Philippine archipelago, and
for n treaty cession of tho islands the
Americans tendered to Spain $20,000,-
Ooo. ' "
It is further declared that it 14 the
purpose of tho United States to-maln-tuin
tho Philippine islands as an
'open door" to the world's commerce.
On the terms named tho United
States proposes n mutual relinquish
ment of all claims for Indemnity, na
tional or personal, subsequent to the
outbreak of the last Cuban Insurrec
tion. November 28 is fixed as the date
Jii which the United States commis
sion desires a definite response to the
propositions and nil other subjects in
It is ulso declared that tbe United
States desires to treat on tho religious
freedom of the Caroline islands, as
agreed upon between thcUnltedStatcs
and Spain in 1880, and also of the ac
quisition of one ot the Caroline islands
for an American naval station, and of
cubic landing rights at other places
in Spanish jurisdiction, and the re
vhal of certain Spanish-American
treaties aa heretofore in force.
The meeting was then adjourned
The Americans also refuse to arbi
trate article III. of the peace proto
col, bearing upon the future disposi
tion and control of the Philippine is
lands. OLIVER H. HART.
Death of nu Old and Wealthy Citizen or SL
Lonla He vra ii flentleiuan of
the Old School.
St Louis, Nov. 22. Qliver A. Hart,
aged 84 years, a resident of St. Louis
for CO years, and one of the wealthiest
and most prominent men ol the city,
died at his home Saturday evening. He
had been 111 but a few days. Old ago
Is ascribed as the cause of his death.
For more than forty years Mr. Hart,
who was au architect and builder, had
been living a retired life.
Mr. Hart wns one of the old school
gentlemen. He was of distinguished
appearance, modest nnd self-contained.
As u business man he was patient and
persistent, and belonged to that class
of St. Louis citizens who have contrib
uted so much toward the growth and
prosperity of the city. To all deserv
ing charities he was a liberal bene
fuetor. FUNERAL OF GEN. BUELL.
Will Ho Held from St. Franci Xavler
St. Louis, Nov. 22. The remains of
Maj.-Gen. Don Carlos Buell, who died
In Kentuckey, Saturday, were brought
to this city for interment. Tho fu
neral arrangements have not been
completed, although it has been de
cided, to hold the senlces in the
Church of St. Francis Xavler. Bishop
McCloskey, of Louisville, will con
duct the services. The Loyal Legion
will bo represented in a body, and it
is expected that n detail of soldiers
Will be In attendance. The burial will
bo in Bellefontaine cemetery by the
side of I1I3 wife, who died several
Want tho Crown Laud of Hawaii Re
stored to Her a Abolote Pri
San Francisco, Nov. 22. Ex-Queen
Liliuokalani of Hawaii arrived here
yesterday from Honolulu, accom
panied by Col. G. W. McFarlane and
Hqn. Puul Ncuman. Tho ex-queen
excused herself from the newspapet
men, but it was learned that Liliuoka
lani will leave for Washington, D. C,
In n few days. The object of her visit
Is to try and influence congress to
allow her to retain possession of the
crown lands, valued nt $5,000,000.
l'erry, la., Ilailly Scorched.
Perry, Ta., Nov. 22. This .city sus
tained a loss aggregating $250,000 by
fire Sunday night. A largo portion of
the business part of the town is n to
tal loss. Tho heaviest loser Is Allen
1'rced, owner of several mercantile
properties, and the opera house. The
fire started In the livery stable of
Charles Mitchell, and was soon beyond
control. The Des Moines flro depart
ment with Jiose wagons from a neigh
boring towns were putr; on special
trains which had been called for by
Charle W. Coaldock nt the Folut of Donth.
New York, Nov. 22. Charles W.
C'ouldock, the veteran actor, lies at
the point of death at his homo in this
Mr. Cpuluock Is suffering from n
form of dropsy of tho heart, and has
been dangerously ill since November
), when the present attack began,
An industrial school (or girls is
to be established as a monument
to the memory of Miss Winnie
Davis, the "daughter of the Con
According to estimates the pro
duction of beet sugar in California
during the coming year will eclipse
all previous records.
Willie L. Phillips has returned
to school at Bowling Greet!.
Mayor Zlesenheln Iteached Faracould,
Ark., Too I-ato to 8eo HI Son
Allro A Larce Funeral.
St. Louis, Nov. 22. Mayor Zlcgen
hcln, whose sudden summons to Para
gould, Ark., to the bedside of his son
Adam, was announced Saturday, not
withstanding ho and his party wero
carried there as fast ns a special train
and a clenr 'track would permit,
reached Paragould too late to see his
son alive, the young man having died
at 0:45 p. m., a few minutes before the
arrUnl of the train.
The cause of death was gangrene of
tho small Intestine, following strangu
lated hernia, and Dr. Bernays, the
eminent surgeon who accompanied
Mayor Zlegenheln, declared that no
surgical skill would have saved the
patient. Adam Ziegenheln was strick
en while In camp on the St. Francis
river, and was removed to Paragould
with nlL possible Bpeed.
The -body was embalmed by a Para
gould undertaker, and was at once
brought back to this city, arriving
The funeral, which occurred Mon
day afternoon, was the occasion of a
large outpouring of the personal and
political friends of the mayor and his
famil3-, and was one of the largest
Hint has been seen in South St. Louis
for many years.
THE QUAYS INDICTED.
Cbarcfd with Conspiracy with John 'eS.
Hopkins for the Unlawful ITo
or Stato Money.
Philadelphia, Nov. 22. The grand
jury yesterday presented to the court
true bills otindlctmentngalnst United
States Senator M. S. Quay, his son,
Richard It. Quay and Benjamin J.
Haywood, ex-state treasurer. The bills
charge the defendants with conspir
acy with John S. Hopkins, late cashier
of the People's bank, for the unlawful
use ot the moneys of the bank In tho
purchase of stock, and conspiracy
with Hopkins in the misuse of stato
funds on deposit in the People's bank.
Hopkins committed suicide by shoot
ing in March last.
Humored Loit with All on Hoard.
London, Nov. 21. A report entirely
unconfirmed has been in circulation
yesterday that the steamship Vllle de
Coblanz of the North German Lloyd
line had been foundered at sea with
all on board. Lloyd's agents have re
ceived no news of the subject, and the
owners of the steamer believe her
safe. According to Lloyd's index of
November 11 the Coblenz left Bremen
on November 7, for Brazilian ports.
Down au Open Shaft.
St. Louis, Nov. 10. Edward Keeres
maker, an employe of tho Trask Fish
Co., fell through an elevator shaft ear
ly rxid'jiy morning and received In
juries which will probably prove fa
tal. He was rolling n barrel of fish
thinking the elevator platform wns
there, nnd plunged down two stories.
Carnegie ApolosUed and Qualified.
New York, Nov. 19. Andrew Car
negie, for whom a warrant was recent
ly issued on the charge of failing to
respond to a Jury notice, has avoided
arrest by appearing beforo Special
Commissioner of Jurors Gray and duly
qualifying, after offering to the com
missioner a suitable apology.
Dreyfui Informed of thollevltlon Proceeding-.
Paris, Nov. 10. The governor of
French Guiana has sent a dispatch to.
tho colonial office here saying Alfred
Dreyfus, the former French officer un
dergoing imprisonment for life on
De lis ibland, has been informed of tho
revision proccdings in his case.
Died tho Death of n Vagrant.
Fresno, CuI., Nov. 10. J. A. Brand
reth, who claimed to be a nephew of
the millionaire ptllmaker of that
name, was found dead in his cell nt the
county jail, having been arrested the
night before on a charge of vagrancy.
He wns a graduate of Yale.
Died 111 London.
New York, Nov. 10. Mrs. Henry
Ledjard died In London Wednesday
night, aged 80 years. She was Miss
Matilda Cass, the daughter of the lato
Gen. Lewis Cass, who was for many
j'enrs governor of Michigan, where
Matilda Cass was born.
Vlallmof Senaeleta Initiation Pranka.
Mollne, 111., Nov. 10. Dr. Wm. P
Senstbaugh, a dentist of Port Byron,
just east of this city, is in a serious
condition as a result of pranks played
upon him while being initiated in 0
fraternal insurance lodge.
Death of It. A. Uradbary, of Jackaouvllle,
Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 19. R. A
Bradbury, nged 04 years, a newspapei
mon, who for the post 30 years has
been connected with the Jacksonville
(111.) Journal, is dead here. He was
visiting friends in this city-
floe to Porto Iltco to Study tho Flnancei
and Meed ot tho Iriaud.
Washington, Nov. 10. Assistant
Secretary Vanderllp sails this evening
for Porto BIco, to familiarize himself
with the financial conditions of the isl
and its possibilities of revenue and its
.requirements 'of expenditure.
The Hawaiian Commllon.
Chicago, Nov. 10. A special to the
Tribune from Washington says: It if
probable that the report of tho Ha.
waiiau commission will -favor a more
liberal form of government for the Is
lands than has generally been ex
pected. Suddenly Ordered to Havana.
Philadelphia, Nov. 10. It was re
ported at League Island navyyard yes
terday that orders had been received
oni Washington directing the cruisej
1 el n to )eae for Havana to-day.
Iron and Steel says: "Euougb is known
of tbe iron and steel trade for the year 1898
to establish tbe fact that tbe production
for tbe year will, exceed anything in
history, Tbe demand from car-works
is almost prodigious. Within the past
few das fresh orders for about 8,000
cars have been let, tbe buyers including
the Erie, tbe Pennsylvania-, tbe Baltimore
and Ohio and several Western systems.
Most ot this work has been placed with
Western works. Tbe tightness of the car
situation is more severs than was expected,
and the carriers are losing traffic in large
volume because they cannot furnish cars,1'
Tke Royal Is the highest grade baking powder
knows. Attest tests show It goes one
tilrd farther than any other brand.
OVAL SAKINd l-OWSC CO., I.IW V0.
The Farmers' Home hotel at Ferry,
Okla., was destroyed by fire.
A gas explosion in tho Pana (111.)
mines seriously burned three negroes.
Five noted criminals escaped,' Mon
day, from Will county (III.) jail at
In a fight by Belgian miners at Rich'
Hill, Mo., one was killed and several
The marshal of Black Rock, Ark.,
was killed by n negro. His deputy
was also shot.
Gov. Tanner of Illinois issued a proc
lamation, putting the city of Pana mi
ner martial law.
At Peoria, HI., Mrs. John C. Smith
was burned, probably fatally, while
trying to sae her baby.
. The Transmlsslsslppl Good Roads
and lmproement association is hold
ing a convention nt St. Louis.
Senator Jones, of Arkansas, saya
that Hawaii Bhould be added to the
state of California ns n county.
There nre about 20,000 American
troops at Manila, nnd 5,000 more nre
en transports now Hearing that head
quarters. The trial of W. J. Haldeman for the
murder of his brother-in-law, ex-Stato
Senator Bichardson, is in progress at
There is much excitement nt Lexing
ton, Okla., over the discovery of a de
posit of gold-bearing quartz In a hill
near tho city.
Lato advices from Japan stato that
10,000 or more fishermen living in
Etrup, northern Japan, are on the
verge of starvation.
Judgo William Hicks died at Scda
lia, Mo., aged 88 years. Ho was a na
tive of Kentucky nnd had resided in
Missouri since 1800.
Military couqucst of tho Philippines,
it is believed, would bo tho first move
in case tho Tarls commissions with
draw without final agreement.
An ex-volunteer Is undr arrest at
Davenport, la., on charge of using his
discharge papers to impersonate an
officer nnd cash forged checks.
Four prisoners escaped from the
Paolo (Kas.) jail, Monday evening, by
rawing the bars from a window. Two
of them are professional burglars.
Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius D. Currio
celebrated tho fiftieth anniversary of
their wedding at tho homo of their
son-in-law, Henry Whitney, in St.
John M. Conley, of Louisville, 111.,
one of tho old nnd prominent citizens
of Clay county, dropped dead from
apoplexy in tho streets of Sailor
A cable message has been received
at the navy department announcing
the death of Ensign L. Fermler, at
tached to the gunboat Petrel on the
Lima, ()., Kov. 2I. a. ireignv 101.U
motlvo on the Chicago & Erie railroad
exploded near hero yesterday morn
ing, killing David Little, the fireman
and probably fatally injuring Walte
I. Hirtleff, engineer; JSdward Quids
conductor, and Frank Smith, brake
man. About twenty-five cars wero
wrecked, and the track was blocked.
Do not think for a single
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It does not come that way.
It creeps its way along.
First, you think It is a little
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UU. J, U, A Hill. LOltU, aiait.
One of a Gang Who Held Up a West
Bound Santa Fe Train Rid-
died with Buckshot
DEAD BODY FOUND BESIDE THE TRACK.
Uxpreaa Meaienger Hutchlnon wa the Man
llehlnd the Oun thatDrore tho Itobbert
Off and Sent One of Them to HI Ac
count The Wonld-bo Ilobber were Evi
San Bernardino, Cal., Nov. 20. Tho
west-bound overland passenger train
wns held up by four robbers between
Daggett and Barstow. Express Mes
senger Hutchinson drovo them Off
with buckshot,and the train pulled out
for Los Angeles.
At Barstow the trainmen sent a
posse back to tho scene of the hold-up,
where tho body'of'one of the robbers
was found perforated with shot. A
special train with Sheriff Holcomb
has just left this city for the scene of
Two robbers boarded the engine at
Daggett nnd crawled over tho tender,
The engineer stopped tho train, nnd
succeeded in escaping to the coaches.
Fred Blakeley, a helper, who also got
on the train at Daggett, fired at tho
two robbers, and they jumped from
the engine. Tho robbery was at
tempted at about 12:30 a. m.
The special with posse and the body,
which is unidentified, arrived at Bar
stow at 3 a. m. There were four rob
bers, but only two of them succeeded
in getting on the train. They were
evidently amateurs. The dead robber
Is a young man. The train held up
was the west-bound Santa Fe overland
No. 1, due here at 3:30 a. m.
CUBAN DEBT REPUDIATED.
Spalu (live Notice to Cuban Doiiuholdcr
that She Will Not Pay
Madrid, Nov. 21. In political circles
it is asserted that an agreement has
been reached between the peace com
missioners in Paris.
The government, it is semi-ofilclally
announced, intends to notify tho Cu
ban bondholders that Spain will not
pay the Cuban delt, which will not be
mentioned in tho peace treaty. Tho
government consldersitself completely
freed from theso cntanglcmcntswhich
fall Upon the nation exercising
sovereignty nVid collecting taxes in
Shot and Killed by a Drunken Negro.
Cleveland, O., Nov. 21. John Stefan
eln was shot and killed and John
Fcdorco mortally wounded yesterday
ifternoon by Sam Carr, a colored man
from North Carolina. Carr entered
Stefancin's yard in an intoxicated con
dition. Stefancin attempted to put him
out. A quarrel ensued nnd Carr pulled
x revolver und began firing. Carr was
Tho Ureateat Copper Mine In tho World.
Spokane, Wash., Nov. 20. A special
to the Spokesman-Review from Green
wood, B. C, says: The miners in the
Knob Hill mine have cross cut the big
ledge nnd demonstrated that the great
ore.body is 134 feet wjde. Tho ore will
average $20 per ton, chiefly In copper.
Mining men say it is the greatest cop
per mine in tho world.
Death of a Millionaire Ex-Mayor.
Springfield, O., Nov. 21. Ex-Mayor
P. P. Mttit died yesterday afternoon
after a lingering illness of several
months. His estate is estimated at
over a million and a half, invested in
manufacturing interests. He was
father-in-law ot F. B. Loomis, United
States minister to Venezuela.
Thrown from HI Train and Almoet Killed.
Bellefontaine, O., Nov. 23. Big
Four Brakcman Frank W. Fortncy, of
this city was thrown from his train at
Brlghtwood and almost killed. Thcac
cident was caused by the train's speed
being cheeked suddenly, by an un
known man throwing himself in front
of the engine.
Death of Ioyentor Keeley of Motor Fame
Philadelphia, Nov. 20. John W. Kee
ly, widely known as the Inventor of
the Kccly motor, died of pneumonia,
Friday afternoon, at his residence In
this city. .Mr. Keeley had been ill only
n few days, nnd the announcement of
his death came as a surprise to those
who knew him.
Appolutraeut In the' Ninth Illlnola.
Springfield, 111., Nov. 20. Gov. Tan
ner to-day announced the appointment
of Mnj. John J. Ftinkhauscr to succeed
LIcut.-Col. Swift of the Nintlj regi
ment Illinois volunteers, promoted,
nnd James E. Hill, of Lincoln, 111., to
succeed Funkhttuser as major.
Joint Heir to an Immenae Fortune
Kankakee, III., Nov. 23. J. H.
Schooley a young painter employed in
n Kankakee factory, has received
word that his great grandfather, Peter
Stiler, had died In Germany, leaving an
estate worth $7,000,000, to which he is
u joint heir.
Nancy Guilford Admitted to Hall.
Bridgeport, Conn., Nov. 23. Nancy
A. Guilford, who was extradited from
England upon the charge of murder
ing Emma Gill In this city last Sep
tember by means of a criminal opera
tion, was yesterday admitted to ball
Died of Pneumonia.
Washington, Nov. 19. Gen. Brooke
cables from Banco announcing the
death of Private George Lafarce, Co.
K, Nintccnth Infantry, of pneumonia.
It is announced that a movement is on
foot to form a combination of all river
mines and floating property about Pitts
burg for the control of the mines, and the
markets on the Ohio.
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