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THE ETENING BULLETIN.
fatokVUiLE, TJX, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 188?.
At tMa aesaon nMrtv smn mm twiads ftn hm i
tort of tonlo. IRONenter Into almost erprr pig
tfatoa'i prMoripUoa for them who seed baOdiac ag.
Par Wtftfihnnaa. l.nMnltilflfl. T.nclf
JBneftnry etc.. It IIAM.NO. KQUA1-, and to
no only iron medicine mat is not injurious
It Unrlc!:vx tlio Hlooil, Invleorntea the
Bys,tcin, Restores Appetite, Aid Digestion
Jt does dot bj&cken or injure the teeth, cause held,
che or produce oonstlpatlon irr Jmn mtlicn4 lo
JOn. O. II. BrmtLET, a leading physician of Spring
field, Ohio sirs: . . . ...
Brown's Iron Bitters Is a thoronirnlr good medi
cine. I use It in my practice, and Hud its action ex
eois all other (arms of iron. In neakuont, ora low con
ditlon of the syitem, Brnwn'e Iron Bitters is nanaUr
posittre necescity. It is all that is claimed for it."
Da. W. N. Watzbs, 1919 Tbirty-aeoond Btroet,
Ooorretotrn, D 0., says; " Brown's Iron Bitters ia
the Timio of the aire Nothing better. It creates
ppetito, sire, etrongth and improTea digestion.'
Genuine has above Trade Mark and crossed red line
ou wrapper. Take no other. Made only by
fellUW.N OllEMIUALCO., 11ALT1MOUE,M0.
or. w. bm rrn,
YQI4vAM.lt.. t Innnhlfiti rvflS
used for the caln lees extract lo a of
teeth. Office on Couri Htrwt aulSdly
Otfioe: Third street, west of Market, next
door to Dr. James Sbackleford's.
House, SIru and
'Graining, Glazing and Paper-hanging. AH
work neatly and promptly executed. Omco
and Mhop, north sido oi Fourth between Mar
ket and Limestone, street. alOdly
-A I.LAN ID. C'Ol.E,
vUlpractloe In the courta of Masou andad-
lC.it. !... .Aa ifiii Mnnurlnr I'mirt find
zZi a nnio nnoAlol ottatillnn ustvan tft
UUll Ul AUUOaiDt uj,vmi vwmwm rv -
.Collections and to Real Estate. Court street,
RELIABLE MERCHANT TAILOR.
T ' f i
fall (and examine my samples of Foreign
aad Domeslio goods Irons the largest whole
'le bosses ol New York, Suits made to or--es
on more .reasonable terms tbaa any other
koaao la the city, and fit guaranteed.
p vV. BUU9ER,
(Court Street, M aysvllle, Ky.)
Will fcractlceiu the courtsof Mason and ad
joining countlea. Prompt attention given to
nSaUectloB of clainisand accounts. Also to Fire
"iBSuranwf, aud the buying, selling andTent
jkr of bouses, lots and lands, and the writing
efdeedfl, mortsagea, contracts, etc. nodly
&1L A WORTH1MGTOH,
I ( GARKETT B. WALL,
t X. Ik W0BTHIH0T0M
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
will nractice in all courts In Masou and ad
AMantlMitnd In' tbe'BurrioiCour
!iSconrtot Appeals. All collections gdvea
roBipt attention. novuddr.
T AW CARD.
J. H. 8AM.BIC, CommonweaHb'a Atfy.
Cii.HAti.KK, Rotary Public.
u. Attorney Md Couniolors at Lavr,
"Vjractloe in civil cases In Masotand adjoining
ntles."Flre Insdratoco and lteaHEstate
"tMnta. All loiiornuunwuicu uiuuihi
its. All letters anBwerea promp y
No. 12 Court street, MayBVllle. Ky.
i-aw"r-j' z v. ... u.v.d l. irv
-Designer and dealer in-
Headsunes', Ac. The largest stock- ti
Seat designs. The best material and work
erer offerecl In Ihla section of the state, at! re
duoed pnpes. Those wanting work in Oran
Sa or Miarbie are Invited to caU and see fo
ttemlvfu Pwond atrU Mavwvinw.
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER,
Ion (ream and Boda Water a specialty.
FresUread and Cakea made dally and de
mind to any part of the city. Parties and
iwainga'funitehod on short notice. No. i
'KENTUCKY i TELEPHONE j COMPANY
Has connection with tho tollowlna places
Mnysvlll Mwbb, il. "Uvet,
Office In Mflynvlllo-W. W. Holton's Dry
Good rilore. No. 0 Kasl BfCQl'd wtreeU
JOB PRINTINUol every dencrli linn neatly
ANARCHISTS MUST HANG.
THE8UPBfvlE COURT 0P.NIE8 YHEfo
. A NEW TRIAL.
Chief 'Just lee yrlte Reads the Doclaloa
Whloh D -a troy, the Lait Chance for
Judlcltl Intoiferenoo With the Execu
tion of tU Sentence of the ltnds.
JUCOES IN CONSULTATION.
WABniNOruw, Nor. 3. The Ararchuits'
.appeal for a writ of error was denied by tho
uprome court o( the United States toloy.
This destroys their .last chance for judicial
intorferenco with the execution of the sen
tence, and their only hope now for prolong
ation of lifo booms to depeud upon the exec
utive clonwncy of the govornor of llliupis.
The court room was crowd od when tho
justices took their Beats a few minutes post
12 o'clock. They appeared unusually
solemn and serious, and a hush fell over the
room, when Chief Justice Waite, without a
moment's do. ay, announced that he would
read tho opinion of tho court in the matter
of an applicUion by'Spioj and others for a
writ of error to the supremo court of the
state of Illinois. ,
Almost tho first sentence indicated that
tho Anarchists' appeal to the court of
dernier rosorc wat ineffectual an I tint tho
writ would be denied. Chief Justice Waito,
who, it is undoritood, prepared the decision,
proceeded slowly an I calm y to read the
decision, while the au llenca paid the cloieat
attention to each sentence.
In tho decision the court takes up e&ch
proposition advanced by counsel for peti
tioners and pronouncoi upon the law and
questions of fact governing the record upon
which it is sought to establish these propo
sitions, and in each and ovory particular
rules distinctly against all tbeso proposi
tions. Thoy lay particular stress upon the
fact that in previous decisions, the constitu
tionality of laws similar to tho jury laws of
, Illinois had been determined in their favor;
and that tho supreme court of Illinois, had
rightly held that the accused had not beeu
denied a trial by an impartial jury.
Upon the question of the composition of
the jury in the trial court, it is held that
both Dmker and Sanford had beeu properly
impanneiled, and that the foot that the de
fense had exhausted their peremptory chal
lenge when Juror Sanford was presented,
did not coma within the rule laid down in a
territorial case, decided by tho suprome
, court of the United Statos, and that there
fore Sanford was a. competent juror.
t Upon the question of Spies being com
pelled to testify against himself, the court
holds that no substantiation of that fact
was shown by the record.
Upon the question of illegal seizures (u
SpW office the court sustains the ruling of
the supreme court of Illinois, which refused
to consider this question beoauie it had not
been raisod in the trial court.
Upon the question of the spoclal plea en
tered by Gen. Butler that Spies and Fieldon
wera aliens and had been deprived of their
rights and immunities under existing treaty
stipulations with Germany and England,
the court holds that no such question having
been presented in the court below, nor any
treaties having been cited to tho court in
substantiation of this claim, and as the
court had not been able to And any such
treaties, st therefore followed that tho court
could take no cognizanco of them, as it was
a question outside the record of the case.
Chief Justice Waite closed by saying:
"We are therefore of tho opinion that no
Federal que&tlon has been preseutod war
ranting the interference of this court, and
therefore we deny the writ."
How the Anarehlata Itecelved tha New.
CniGAUCV Nov, ftr-Within five minutes
after the United Press dispatch announcing
ths decision of the United States supremo
court reached Chicago it was inside tho Jtl.
It; was tho first news the officials there bad
v received, and none of the prisoners knew
that their fate .had been decided. It was
at Ur tho exorcise hour, and Jailer Folz cone;
eluded that it would bo wise not to subject
tbo condemned men tq tho .immediate ordeal
ef an interview at tua saras moment that
the news was communicated to them. Ha
consented, however, that & copy of the des
patch should bei .taken into them and .the
jnessenger returned with the information
that they received it apathetically, with
the exception of Ungg, who paced tho floor
of his cell like a cagod lion.
The prisoners this morning evidently had
a foreboding that the worst was at hand,
for during the exercise hour thay were, un
usually, morose and gloomy, and their
friends were equally dejeotod and depre&ted.
George Schilling called at tho jail shortly
after tho nows had boon bulletined, but was
not allowed to see the prisoners. The "Am
nesty" associat on immediately held a bur
riod conference, and decided' to Issue a cAlJ
lor a mass meeting, to bo hold Saturday 'of
Capt. Schanck hastonod from Chicago
Avenue station to tho jail Immediately upou
hearing tho nows aud, will havo ix consulta
tion with tho sheriff concerning
,the adyisab.il ifcy of inqroaslng tho guard
inside and ouisido the structure. The news
quickly spread through the criminal courts,
city aud county buildings and was tols-
I fkogftto all .pplfcn .stations throughout,
ofy.fnd a reived, wHh undisgulsa d.sat
iafcqjtion. v.Ou.the streets and in the various
rprfshp.werer. it failed to create the ,e
cieraent which, might,. havo been expected.
Am i'ndlpatjon, tlat ,tha charaoter pCJho
dclalqn had already been antioipatod and
discounted. 4 ,.
' When the note was sent ,up to Spies In
forming b(in brjefly of the, rwult and ask
ing if he bad anything to say. Spies lopkod
vP'irpmhis writing nd read it calmly.
! Having finished, he, as calmly handed it
back, shook his head, with tho remark: "I
have nothing to say," and resumed nis
Writing. Ho evinced not a trace of emotion
and his color remained unchanged. Tho
noto was thou sent to Poisons, but tho eama
curt auswor was returned. He had nothing
'ido not know just whut action the Am
ncsty association will take," said J. It Bu
chanan. "Mr. Oliver, who is chairman of
the association, is not in at proient. I pro
sume, however, thoy will contluuo as thoy
have been doing, securing signa
tures to tho petition. Tho Arnnrsty
association had nothing whatever
to do with the case before tbo courts. That
was the work of tho Dofond Fund associa
tion; but now that nothing further cAn bo
done in tho courts I presume tho D ifonso
association will join hands with the Am
ncsty association, and both will dthotr
best toward influencing the governor. Tho
signatures already number many thousands,
and they are increasing every dav. I am
badly disappointed in the action of tho su
preme court. I thought for a while that
tho court would sea suflolent importance in
this case to grant it a more thorough hear
ing but it seems they lid not."
Want Liberty or Death.
Cbicaoo, Nov. 3. George Engel, Louis
Ltngg and Adolph Fischer, tho cunderaned
.Anarchists, have, followed tho example of
Parsons aqd written to Governor Olesby
protesting that they are innocent of any
crime and declining the interposition of bis
clomency so far as a commutation of their
sentences is concerned, and declaring their
preforenco for death. They say the peti
tions being circulated in their bohalf have
not their stnetion, and thoy refuse anything
but absolute lioerty.
PICKED UP BY A TUG.
Two Unknown Sleu Found Drowned In
Manitowoc, Wis., Nov. 3. Dr. Burke,
one of the ownors of tho Northern Michigan
line, arrived yesterday and immediately
chartered a tug and cruised about the bay,
bearing down southeast. At 8 o'clock in
the afternoon they found tbo body of a
man floating soveral feet below the surface
and in an upright position. The body is
that of a man apparently 'twenty-five years
of age and a lauoror. His features form a
picture of agony, plainly showing that be
suffered a tumble doath.
About uu hour afterward another body,
also that of a man, seemingly about thirty
two years of age, was discovered. It is
clothed in while undershirt, with black
pants stripwl with white, has a san ly mus
tache and does not look, like a laborer. The
face has a peaceful expression. Both bodies
were afloat with life-preservers. The bodies
could not be identified. The coroner will
bold au Inquest to-day. The first body
found is flvo feet flvo inches, thick set, shore
hair and looks like that of a German. The
second body is Ave foot six inches, slender,
sandy mustache, thin hair, intelligent
The revenue cutter Audy "Johnson Is in
port and will go out to-day on a search, as
will also Dr. Burke on the tug Pankratz.
I Ivy Gity ltaoea.
1 WAaniNQTOK, Nov. 3, The attendance
tat the Ivy City course to-day was the
! largest, of tho meeting. The weather was
perfect aud the track, though still showing
the ofTeutti of the recent rains, was in fair
condition. Firxt race, one mile and a six-
teenth: Gleumound first, Wilfrid second,
Barnutn third. Time 1:52 l-'i Jdutuals
oeoond race, six furlongs: John Lee first,
Vance second, Regulist third. Tme 1:19.
Mutual paid 105.3o.
Third moo, six furlongs: Swift first, Ban
nor Bearer seooud. Boss third. Time 1 :10 1-2.
Mutuals paid W.ih.
Fourth race, seven furlongs: Theodoslua
first, The Bourbon second, Frankie B third.
Time 1 : J i-3. Mutuals paid gl i , 7a
s Two Uundred Got Away.
Bih.incm, Mout., Nov. 3. After watch
ing tho Indians for throe weeks, the military
allowed iaX) of them to make their escape for
porta unkuown last night. They ara sup
posed to have come toward this place, aud
considerable uneasiness is felt here for the
safety of the people along the Yellowstone
and also at Junction City. Tho actions of
the defiant Indians about here confirms the
belief that all Is not right. It is noticed
that all are well omed and can make a long
struggle. Many stockmen who havo cattle
on the reservation are sending out men for
Upper Sandusky lias a Gusher.
Uptek Sandubicy, O., Nov. a. The city
council has expended $5,000 in drilling threo
gas wells. Toe first two were both pro
ducers. The third on the infirmary farm
came in last week, and furnished suuiclent
gas to supply the infirmary building. It
was 6hot yesterday, howover, and the reunlt
is a gaoaer of wonderful magnitude. It
makes a thirty foot blaze, and the pressure
is s,uch that oporatovs will not confine the
gas for fear of blowing out the casing. The
roaring of the escaping gas can bo heard
"Mink?" Morgan Guilty of Harder.
Ravkmna, 0., Nov. 8. Owing to the do
olenstan of the defense in the "Blinky" Mor
gan trial to make a plea for the prisoner,
tho argument for the prosecution was ab
ruptly terminated this morning and Judge
Johnson delivurod his charge to the jury.
At tho conclusion of the judge's addiess,
which was a somewhat lengthy and elabor
ate effort, the twelve men who held Mor
gan's fate in their hands retired. The jury
was out but a short time, and at 1 1:80 ren
dered a verdiot of murdor in the first de-
Jeff Davis Keoovarlns;.
MAOOif, Go., Nov. 3. Jefferson Davis
i who has been in a feeblo condition since the
last day of the ex-Confederate reunion, is
not considered alarmingly ill, and this
morning shows signs of a s reedy recovery.
irr'fb'DTDY 1? TiTCAOnpfD
IN WHICH MANY PER80N8 WERE
A. Oaaollna Explosion Causes the Death
of Twelve People, and the Kerlous In
Jury of ft Number of i Others Three
.Uuildlnits Blown to Atoms The Killed.
St. Louis, Nov. 2. A terrlflo explosion
occurred about 2:3J o'clock this morning in
the grocery store of Michael Newman, at 7
South Fourteenth streot. The grocery an 1
two adjoining two story brick buLdius
were nearly demolished, and twjive per
sons, including tho Wife and flvo children of
Newman, and two families living in the ad
joining houses wore burled in the ruins.
The cause of the explosion is a mystory,
come attributing it to tho criminal use of
dynamite, otli rs to powder stored in the
building, and others to the accidental ex
plosion of gasoline, Tho jwoplo sleoping in
the houso were C N. Dovoro and wife, who
aro tn siing, and Michael Newman, his wife,
Annio, and their children, Mamie, John,
Edward, Nellioand Katie.
The firemen at tt:15 a. m. had succooded
in clearing away a space about ten ieot
square in the center of the ruins. A faint
cry of agony broke upon their ears. Firo
was creeping in on threo sides, but they
fought off the flimtw to prevent the crema
tion of the suffering living as well as the re
mains of the dead. A child in the lost
tortures of doath was handed out and
placed in an nmbu.anco and started toward
the dispensary. A moment later Annie
Newman's lifeless form was found clasping
In her arms a dead daughter, Katie, aged
eleven. The corpsj of Michael Newman
was at the saino time takeu out. These
were mangled, bloody and eharre-i in a hor
rible manner. All the Newuuns bad then
been taken out, and all might as well be
counted as dead, as the t two suffering chil
children will die. At 4:' JO the dead bodies
of Mr. and Mrs. Devere were found horri
bly mangled and but nod. Also tho body
of a MUs Peevly, who bod slept in an ad
4 There wero more puoplo in tho building
and it is feared tho death list will bo larger
than at first reporte I. Tno work in the
ruins is necessarily Blow hecauso of the shat
tered condition of the building.
The ruins of the building were surrounded
by an excited crowd of people at an early
hour this morning. The work of searching
for bodies was still going on. Tho only sur
vivor so far taken from oither No. 7 or No.
9 is Miss ILittio Brown, the sister and visi
tor of Mrs. Devere. She states that xho
awoke to find heiself buried between heavy
timbers, somonhere against a wall. On one
side of her u wull of fire reached to the sky,
while crashing timbers and clattering iron
flew in a storm about her. The screams of
persons in adjoining buildings wero fearful
She essayed to escape, but found herself
firmly pinned down by a heavy beam. At
last a sottling of the wreck partially re
leased tho pressure, and she struggled from
beneath the dobris. How ho made ,ber
way to the little bock yard where she was
found, she cannot tell, except that it was
by staggering, falling, climbing and roll
ing over, through or from the ruined house,
Tho cauBo of the explosion is not positively
known, but customers of Newman, the gro
cer, say that he carried a heavy stock of
kerosene and gasoline in the rear room of
his store. Tnosa who were near the explo
sion when it occurred, give it as their opin
ion that the gasoline was the cause of the
horrible disaster. The following is the list
of the dead recovered from the ruins up to
Michael Newman, aged fifty -two years,
i Mm. Annie Newman, aged forty years.
Miss Mamie Newman, aged eighteen years.
John Newman, agsd sixteen years.
Nellie Newman, aged fifteen years.
Kate Newman, agsd eleven years.
Eddie Newman, aged thirteen years.
Mrs. Charl.es Devere.
The injured, none of whom, however, are
variously hurt, are:
Miss Hattie Brown, of Columbus, Ky.,
bruised about tho lower limbs.
Miss Patty Bryant.
I Mrs. Beasly.
I Mj-s. Beasly, one of the victims of the
catastrophe, is now dead.
Mamraio Newraau died at the city hos
pital at li o'cIock, Nellie Newman, reported
dead, is still alive at the city hospital, but
there is small hope of her reoovory. Mr.
Charles Devore was well known to circus
show people, being an old and popular ad
vance agent in that business. He had
lately closed the season with Howe's Lon
don show at Dallas, Tex., and came here to
spend the-winter. He is a brother of the
well known poet and aotor, Will Devere, of
-The destructive force of tbo explosion
must have been awful, judging from the re
- suits. Just north of the little grocery store,
and across the alley, stands a saloon which
fronts on Market street. Almost the whole
rear wall of this building was blown into
the bar-room, and every piece of gUus
.wit bin the place, shattered to atoms. The
barkeeper, with half a dozen customers bid
only left the place a few moments prior to
the explosion. Over this saloon were the
rooms of a physician. Hera the furniture
ef the room was piled in a heap against tho
northern walls of the rooms. Dr. Connary,
the occupant, was blown bodily from his bed
. against the wall of his room, but was only
slightly bruised. Every pano of glass in all
the buildings, for a radius of fifty yards,
was shattered and furniture in many ad ja
ent building smashed to pieces.
AN UNKNOWN POISONER'S WORK.
Bight Parsons Dead and a Number ef
Others Dangerously m.
New Omjc&ks, Nov. a A special from,
Delhi, La., gives the following particulars
of a horriblo wholesale polvmlng: On Fri
day evening, October j2tt, George C Kmg,
who resides four or five miles southwest of
Lamar, in Franklin parish, gave a dance
and supper at his residence. After supper
Was noarly.ovor all tho guests wero taken
yiolenMy iok. A doctor was sent for, aud
aid. that the sickness was caused by poison,
and he was unable to render much relief,
'Louis King, Jr., Ben King, Waiter Boll,
Lee Ford, John O'Brien, Jr., and Miss Min
nle Brown, all white, land Zeke'lill,re&
'ored. have since died, and tho wife of Hul
ora!, have since died, and tho wife of HUl
and riln 'six children: Asii'Fnrrl Vnd Jiiie
children, whlta; Mrs. Louis King and call
dron; Fr'onie Walker and a child one Of'tsia
, Dunham boys; Bruce Spires and llHtyasjl
Butler, wife 'and children are dangeroaafy
sick, but were alive at last accounts. Abft
Waahburno was jqulte sick, but is now out of
No motive can be assigned for this dast
ardly deed. Tho cook is not supposed to be
guilty, as she U dangerously sick, aud her
husband and one or two of hor children ara
dead. Toe doctor aud othors are Investi
gating tho matter to ascertain the nature of
liiao.no on TMinpernnoe.
Baltimokk, ML, Nov. 3. Ono of tha
most prominent members of the faculty 'of
the Centennial Biblical Institute of this city
is the llev. John C Hound. From early,
youth ho has been an advocate of temper
ance, although ho never spoke at meeting's,
Attor tbo Prohibitionists named their stute
ticket Inst boptember, Mr. Ilound visited his
friends and informed them of a plnu ho had
to 6 oct Siiinuierfield Baldwin, tho Prohibi
tion cnndidutu for governor. They paid but
litt o attontion to hnn at the timo, but his
repeated culls worried them: not a little, He
kept this up until a few days ago, when it
was thought ht. must havo lost his mind.
He was induced to call on Dr. Tannehtll, an
expert in mental diseases, who, after aiL ex
amination, pronounced him insane., Tbaft
day and tho next be eluded his friends and
wandered about the streets, visiting the
various nowspaper offlje, trying to f get
published ,nit address in advocacy, of ( Mr.
Baldwin, who, he said, wpujd surely,uo
ceed President Cleveland If ho could dn)y
be elected governor. Yesterday he was
caught and taken to Spring Grove Insane
asylum. Tho temperance question upset bis
Mlsahlavoas Hoy. Shot.
Stkudenvillb, 0., Nov. a Hallo ween,
was observed by a large numbor of 'yo'ung
men in tho v,clnity of York, this county,
who indulged in tho usual pranks.of country
boys by atai tling those who were sleeping
with unearthly noises and mysterious
sou ids. During their frolicking they came
to the houso of Robert Durbin, who lives
about a mile from tho village, and began
tlirowing shelled corn against the window
of the house. Durbin, seizing his shotgun,
without a word of warniag, flrod intp the
crowd. Five,or six bucknhot lodged in
back of Leauder Adams, but inflicted no Sc
rinus injury. William Newman, a j oung
niau aged about twenty-two, was not so
fortunate. One of the shot struck him just
above the left eye-ball. It did not cut the
bail, but penetrated the brain, inflicting
what his physician thinks will prove a fatal
wouud. It was a sad end to tho boys' fun,
and they carried their unfortunate compan
ion to his home, where at last accourts h
was still living. Durbin was arretted.
A ltlval to the AVouern Union,
Baltimoiie, Nov. 3. Juy Gould is to be.
xneuubed by a new rival in the telegraph,
business. Baltimore capitalists are to, fur
nish the bulk of tho money nocssary to build
and quip the most complete rival-telegraph
system yet organized. The projectors of
the new linos claim that when completed
will be perfectly able to successfully com
pete with Gould's lines and giye the public
,a good service at equitable rates. The men
, Who are backing this new system are gentje
mn of wealth and standing, and. fully able
'tocary out their plans. As yet the project
,k npt sufficiently fur advanced to. justify
lUiv vromo, ors of it io mako public ha 'de
tail, aua the greatest secrecy la therefor
g Canada Not Stuck on Knijland.
Halifax, N. 8., Nov, a The St. John
.Telegraph publishes an artiolo which has .
caused some stir in official circles, charging
Mr. Chamberlain with being prejudiced
against Canada, as shown In speeches made
by .him. He has spoken of the bond .be
tween Canada and England as a slender tie,
i and has warned Canada that if she enters
,iato commercial union with the United
States it will lead to sepiration. The .Tele
graph says this suggests the question
i whether tho alendor tie is worth preserving,
,and whether union with 'he United States
would not be worth more tq Canada ihan V
slender tie with a country that is so ready
to have separation.
Death Caused From Excitement.
St. Louis, Nov. a The distressing cir
cumstances attending the death of Miss
Bertha Moyberg, in St Louis, causos grief
to many friends. She was to have , been
married soon to Alfred Gernsfeld, of, Albe
querque, N. M., who is now on the way, and
was shopping with her mother last Thurs
day, when she fell as if dead in a shoe store.
Tho attack Has paralysis from which 'ohe
never, rallied. Toe case is a peculiar, ona
and attracting great attention among medi
cal men. It is supposed that the attack was
brought on by excitement in making prepa
rations for the wedding.
Federal Troops Ordered to Chicago.
Salt Lake City "Nov. 2. The' adjutant
- general's department of Missouri has t or
. ered Company IT and Company K, Sixth
Infantry, stationed at Fort Douglass, .near
tfeis city, to proceed at once to the now, mil
iJtary reservation presented by Culcago, to
the; United States. Tn ere are i about forty
,flvp men In, each company. They vyjlj leave
hero for Chicago next. Friday, or fjaturday
.Jn coinmand.of Maj Syster. Company jK,
, which has hjeen building a military road (tjo
t Fprf Duchiane, is'now marching tOfPrice,'ka
station on , the Denver & Rio Grande, and
,wUl s,oon reach there. It ia rumored that
the reason for haste is the desire to' have
Federal troops lnaCbicaeo several davs
pi lor to the day set for the hanging of 'the
, Anarchist Threats. , , ,.
Chicago, Nov. 2, T,ho friends of the con
demned reds are resorting to inoet,nefar(qus
schemes to. sooure tho release Pi jhe con
victs. . Intimidating letters have been sent
to Judge Pary and State's Attorney Grin
nell has been warned that bis children will
be kidnapped, The police guird about tho
houses has been strengthened, but 'Mrs.
Grlnnell is in constant dread of the execu
tion of these vlllainnm threats.
Wenryof Life. .
Richmond, Ind.t Nov. e. Mi NelHe'Mo-
Conoha died yesterday from tbo effects of
en overdose of morphine. It Is supposed
the drug was taken, with suicidal intent, she
having expressed a wuarinois of hor lot, '