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MAYSVEDLE, KT., ERft)Y, OCTOBER ll- i85.
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Diabolical Deod of Three
TWO OLD PEOPLE THEIR VJffliJS
After Uclnff Robbed Tlioy Wore Left
Hound nuil Gnggod, nnd For SoVornl
Ilours Thus Suffered The, Thieves Wont
to Another l'luco, Stoto n Horso and
lluggy mill Escaped.
Piqua, O., Oct. 11. Barney Pietz, a
Gorman, aged 83, and his house
keeper, Mrs. Mary Pflstuor, aged 05,
were bound and gaggod at an early
hour yesterday morning by throe
masked men, and at the point of a re
volver wore compelled to show the com
bination of a small safe, from which
the men secured $32, a lady's gold
watch; valued at $80'; a gentleman's sil
ver watch and chain and valuable pa
pers belonging to Mr. Pietz.
Tho thugs wore in tho house for over
an hour, and before leaving made the
cpupMo prouiiso, u idor threats of being
shot o:i tho spot, that they would raiso
up alarm and that they would not leavo
tlie house before ? o'clock.
Three hours after the robbery Mrs.
Pfistner succeeded in freeing her hands,
and liberated Pietz.
Tlie robbers went to the barn ot Wil
liam Schultz, three miles east ot tlie
city, fct'ole a valuable horse add buggy
and escaped bince then all trace of
them has been lost
MADE USE OF CROTON OIL
Twelve Vomit People in u Serious Condi
ikiii nml some .'May Die
Tolkdo. Oct. 11. Wednesday even
ing Heniy Meyer, a boy 17 years old.
objected to his iister giving a birthday
party at their home, and in order to
discourage any luture attempts in the
katr.fi line, mixed two ouiices of croton
oil with tho cotlee that was served to
ih guests As a result 12 of the
youug people who attended tho party
are now in a serious condition and fa
tal results arb expected from tome of
Tlie lad was arrested and charged
with mixing poisonous drinks with
loci, and is held awaiting the analysis
ot the city chemist.
Young Meyer became imbued with
the idea from reading tho newspaper
a'.Cor.nts ot tho use of croton oil during
thb Homestead strike.
Clkvklaxd, Oct. 11. Mrs. Mary R.
Morrill, one of the heaviest stockhold
ers of tho Clovelaud Paper company,
has iiled a suit against Newton Taylor,
president of that concern, alleging mis
management in tho affairs of tho com
pany on the part of Taylor, and de
manding an immediate accounting.
Tho i-ouriou aheos that by tho faults
of President Taylor during tho past 20
years tho company has lost $200,000.
Mrs. Morrill avers that by fraudulent
representations on tho part of Taylor
tho stockholders were induced to make
numerous worthless investments. Tho
Cleveland Paper company is one of tho
largo ist concerns of its kind in tho west.
Columbia, 0., Oct. 11. Auditor Hag
erty oi Hamilton county has certified to
the secretary of state for insertion in
the statistics of his forthcoming report,
tli'at tho total amount of property
brought from concoalmout in Hamilton
county by tlio tax inquisitor, and placed
on tlio tax duplicate in 1894, was &,
854.CKJ2. 'M taxes produced on this
amount were ijilOJ.Ultf. Tho inquisit
or's tees for tho work amounted to $30,
228. Murdered Her Mother.
vDayton O., Oct. 11. Mrs. Mary
Euight, aged 4!i, murdered hor mother,
Mrs. Catherine Hart, aged 04, yesterday
ovoi.ihg. Both women wore drunk and
quarreling, and Mrs. Knight knocked
her motner down with a piece of iron,
then picking up a chair bent her over
tlie head, mashing her skull aud brains.
Tlie old vo..iiiii was doad when olllcers
arrived. Tho daughter is in tho city
prison charged with murder.
luilicleil Fur Polluting n Stream,
Cmi.ucoTHK, 0.,Oct. 11. The graud
jury jound indictments against the
American Strawboard company of Cir
cleviuo for polluting and roudering im
pure tho waters of tho Soioto river and
tho Ohio and Erie canal, by turning
refuse into tho stream from its works,
aud which has floated to the city, kill
ing tho tish, creating tin offensive stouoh
aud causing much sickness during tho
Toledo, Oct. 11. Tho dead body of
Mrs. Emma Murquurdt was found in
tho olstoru in tho rear of tho family
residence yesterday by her husband,
clad only in hor night dress. There is
no assignable reason for suicido, save
that for several days she has bcon low
spirited and evaded any explanation.
Sho conducted a millinery establish
ment and iior husband is a hardware
Cleveland, Oct. 11. Each inoiubor
of tho Cleveland Baso Ball club yester
day received a chock for $528.83, that
being tho individual share of tho play
ers from tho Tetuplo cup games. Thd
club's share of tho receipts amounted to
$8",458.L8, which amount was divided
betweou 10 players. t
Forger LovrU Ktll I in tlio State,
CpiAmvv0 Oct, 11.,; There, is tho
highest authority or saying that Z. T.
Lewis,- tho. alleged bond forger,, ihas
been', soon and talked to in Adams
county, O., within five daya.
PISPATOHES F'RO'M HAVANA.
The Story of Generul Muceo llelii; Wound
Havana, Oct. 11. After tho battle
fought between General Echagnek,
commuudor of the Spanish troops, aud
General Antonio Macbo, in command
of tho insurgents, recently Lotwoen San
Arriba and San Fernando, in tho Hol
guen district of Santiago do Cuba, in
which tho insurgents were defeated
and General Macoo was wounded, two
insurgents surrendered with their arras,
and subsequently live others gavo theiu
solves up. Tito latter iucludod Eduardo
Alvarez, Maceo's adjutant. He con
firmed tho report that Maceo was
wounded, and says that ho had at Santa
Rita from 0,000 to 7,000 men. Alvarez
adds that tlie negroes' domination ovor
tho whites is intolerable and that thoy
ill-treat the latter, who are in tho min
ority, numbering only one-third of tho
forco referred to.
Tho insurgents have fired upon tho
Spanish garrison at Fort Cristo, San
tiago do Cuba, with tho result that one
soldier was killed. '
General Oliver has exchanged shots
with the insurgents at Sierra Jicuibu.
Tho insurgents retreated, leaving ouo
killed and ouo man seriously woundod.
In conjunction with the colnmu com
manded by Colonel Palanca, the troopa
commanded by General Oliver have left
for Sooorucal in ordor to attack 2,000
insurgents who are reported to bo ocou
pyiug a strong position there. A severe
engagement is expected.
A dispatch from Kemodios says that
the insurgents have thrown dynamito
shells at a railroad train near Remodios,
in the province of Santa Olara; one pas
seugdr was killed and six were wound
ed This action of tho insurgents has
caused great indignation against them.
The column of troops commanded by
Colonel Souza has had a light at Mnna
cas, province of Santa Clara, with tho
baud of Zayas. The troops succeeded
in taking the positions hold by tho in
surgents, who, upon their retreat, left
upon the field seven killed aud five
Eight more political prisoners havo
been sent to tho SpAUish convict sottlo
ments ill Africa.
Troops have fired npon aud dispersed
iusurgeut bauds at tiie plantation of
San Pablo Socorro and Uatalaua, in tho
province of Matanzas.
HONORS FOR THE BRAVE.
All Franco Keturin Thanks to tlio Soldiers
in Mud Arisen r.
Paris, Oct. 11. Tho minister of war,
General Zurlindon, received a dispatch
from Mojanga yesterday. confirming
tho news, previously received, via Port
Louis, island of Mauritius, of tho cap
ture of Antananarivo, capital of tno
island of Madagascar, by tho French
expeditionary forco under the command
of General Duchesne.
'ino omcial dispatch says that after a
brilliant action Antananarivo was occu
pied on Sept. 30. Peaco negotiations
with tho Hovas were opened tho next
day and were successfully concluded
tho same evening by terms being agreed
subject to the ratilieation of tho French
government. Geueral Matzinger, tlio
second in commaud of tho French
forces, was thereupon appointed gov
ernor of Antananarivo.
Tho above dispatch was immediately
communicated to President Fauro, wno
ultex'wums sent tho tollowiug cable
message to General Duchesne:
"In tho uumo of all France tho gov
ernment congratulates you, your olll
cers and men. Your admirable troops
havo all deserved well of tho country.
Franco thanks you for tho sorvices yoa
havo rendered her aud for tho groat ex
ample you have given. You havo
proved tnat there aro no perils or obsta
cles which can not be removed by
method, courage and coolness.
'You are appointed a graud officer of
the Legion of Honor. Forward tho
names without delay of thoso you rec
ommend for rewards and tho govern
ment will propose to parliament that a
medal be struck for distribution to ybur
It is seihi-ofiicially announced that a
rigorous protectorate will bo established
by Frauce ovor tho island of Madagas
car, assuring to France the preponder
ance of tho entire administration. Tho
quoeu, Kuhavalona 111, will bo re
tained, but tlio prime minister, her
husband, Ruinilainvouy, will bo trans
ported. (Jus in n New DIstiict.
LovniiANi., O., Oct. 11. Lovoland is
ail agog over tho discovery of gas within
six miles of the corporato limits. Wil
liam Dauby was boring for water on tho
farm of M. W. Elliott aud at a depth of
84 feet gas would flash by touch of a
match. At the depth of 115 feet water
was not reached but as was flowing
with sulIloimt forco to shoot a ilvo foot
flaino, which has burned uninterrupted
ly since tlie afternoon of Oet. 4. With
in a radius of iivo foet of tlio well tho
earth is so saturated with gas that it
cau bo readilj lighted. Much excite
mout prevails aud a syndicate is boiug
formed to put down a well in the proper
Itallioail Wreck in Canada. - ,
PKTEUSnouo, Out., Oct. 11. A pas
songor train, on tho Graud Junction
lino, a branch of tho Grand Truuk rail
way between Petorsboro aud Bollovillo,
plunged iut tho Ontonabee rivor, uoar
thin nitv lit 0 o'clock vostordav ovenintr.
thrdugli a lock bridgo being "left open
several wore oauiy injured nut no oue
llody l'roui the Africa Itrtiovered.
Stokbs Bay, Out. Opt, IU Tho
crew of tho tug John Logip, of South
ampton, yesterday', flicked up a body off
Pikei bfiy with ttjifo ipsQryfr' atohpt
to it, on whiohfWas tho,.namo "Sroamep
Africa." It is supposed tobti-Edurdl
Forrest, second engineer of tho Africa.
TMlEY IS EYASiB.
Reply Sent to the Six Powers
By the Porte.
IT IS NOT A SATISFACTORY OlIE.
It Declare That ."UunsuliniuiR Were Not
the AgRrei'KOrfl, but That tlio Armrnliin
Killed Inoffensive Munsulniium Six Am
Imanadars Now in Conference on the Jlo
ply HritNh fleet Is Lylui; Off Immunol.
Constantinople, Oct. 11. Luto yes
terday it became known that tho Turk
ish government had finally presented to
tho envoys of tho six powers a reply to
their collective note on tho subject of
tho recout disturbances hero. This re
ply, however, is not satisfactory to tho
Tho porta, in its answer, enumerated
the measures taken to preserve older
and declared that tho Mnssulihans were
not the aggressors in tlie rioting, but
that, on the contrary, the Armenians
killed inoffensive Mussulmans. The
Turkish government added that so soon
as tho Armenian refugees leave tho
churches in which they have sought
refugo, the normal aspect of tho city
will be restored. It denies ordering
that no food bo supplied to tho refugees
in the churches, and urges the ambas
sadors to assist in the work of restoring
order, claiming that tho Armenian agi
tators are intriguing to causo fresh dis
turbances. The noto concludes with the assertion
that the government is about to open an
inquiry into the recent rioting with the
view of discovering tho guilty parties.
In view of the unsatislactory nature
of tho porto's reply, the six umbassadors
havo met to consider what shall be
dona further. It is expected that tlie
dragomans of tho different embassies
will assist thb Turkish ollicials m clear
ing tho vicinities of tho Armenian
churches of tho rioters infecting them
and iu installing the refugees in their
The sultan continues to bo greatly
disturbeu by the preseuco of tlie Biitisn
fleet oil' the island of Lemuos, and bus
sent again to tho ambassador of Uroat
Britain, Sir Philip Currio, to ask for tlie
withdrawal of tho British warships
from the vicinity of tho entrance to tlie
Dardanelles. Sir Philip, it is under
stood, persists in refusing to recommend
the withdrawal of tho squadron.
Advices received here from Trebi-
Zoinl, Armenia, confirm the report that
a massacre of Armenians ha3 occurre 1
there. It is added that u general panic
prevails iu that city. The number of
killed is uot known.
Nothing deliuito has yet been heard
from Sivas, Van or Bitlis, where dis
turbances between the Turks and Ar
menians are reported to have taken
A consignment of 5,000 Mauser rifles,
ordered l)y the Turkish government, ar
rived here several days ago, but thoy
still remain on tho lighters to which
thoy were truisferred, as tho bill of the
manufactur s had not been paid aud
the agents f the latter docline to give
up the ii ties until tho money is forth
coming. I?zod Efi'endi, a colebrated Turkish
law; , has been arrested on tho charge
of being iho author of tho placards
which were posted in tlio public thor
oughfares of Stamboul, espousing the
ALLEGED THIEVES ARRESTED.
Ooiisidi'iulilo Stolen J'roperty Found In
Fkankfoiit, Intl.. Oct. 11. On Mon
day and Tuusday nights of this week
thieves visited a number of farmhouses
iu tho neighborhood of Cyclone, a vil
lago near this city, and considerable
property, suoh as wheat, cloverseeu and
harness, was takon. Tho store owned
by Boiildon Brothers, at Cyclone, was
entered, and goods valued at $200 were
Bloodhounds owned by Kokomo peo
ple woro brought hero, but the dogs ap
parently could not follow tho trail. Tho
officers of this city were active, and
Chief of Polico Bird heard of some
suspicious characters who had been t-een
in tlio noighuorhood of Colfax, and ho
immediately wired to tlio marshal of
that town to arrest them, which the
latter promptly did, aud the prisoners
were brought to this city, whore thoy
woro searched, aud much of tho prop
erty supposed to have been takon from
tho Cyclone store was found in their
Tlio men gavo their names as Will
Kelloher, St. Louis; Frank Daily, Rich
mond, aud Frank Higgins, Akron, O.,
but it is kuo .vii that Kelloher mado his
homo at Logausport, where his reputa
tion is not tlio best. Thoy all claim to
bo iunocont of wrong-doing, but give
no satistactory account lor their pres
euco in this locality. Tho officers thiuk
these men aro a part ot tho gang that
did tho stealing.
Chiii'cud With llurcliiry,,
Muncik, Lid., Oct. 11. James Doug
lass, residing hero, wanted for burglar
izing Tom Shauuahau's saloon of GOO
cigars and a quantity of whisky, was
arrested at Portland Wednesday. Ho
wns drunk and had tho cigars. Ho was
put oil tlio street to workyostorday. und
before the Mnnclo officers arrived to
identify him, lie escaped. His pal, giv
ing a fictitious name, was brought hero
and put in jail.
CdiioaNE. Out, 11, A spinning fao
tory at' Bocholt, 45 miles from1 Muustor,
Westphalia, lias collapsed add buriod' 40
wprkuieifiu,- tho-ruins,- Of- this number
lQ.vyfcrft'kUjoA .butriglit anfV nine were
seriously injured; The remaining-work
men escaped with slight injuries.
ItallroadCoal Operator! nud Miners Try
inc'to Arrange n Wajo Hcnle.
Pittsburg, Oct. 1J. Tlio conferonco
of railroad Coal operators and miners of
tho Pittsburg district, to arrange for a
uniform scale of wages, is being held
hero. Thoro is a largo attendance of
minors and operators, 51 companies, and
from 12,000 to 10,000 miners being rep
resented. Tho first day's session was full of gin
ger. Oporator Domestor raised a com
motion with the question of the right
of District President CainiB to a seat
and vote in tho convention. Presi
dent Peuna of tho minors' union scored
tho oporators und said ho asked for
nothing bat fair play. Another tift
was precipitated when a motion was
made that' a committee bo uppointed to
invito President Do Armit of tho New
York and Chicago Gas Coal company,
who is not a member of tlio oporators'
association, to come before tho meeting
and give his viows on "uniformity."
After a heated discussion tho commit
tee was appointed.
Later Mr. Do Armit appeared and
gave his viows, tho gist of which is that
uniformity means a cortain rate for
2,000 pounds, no limit to wagons, uni
form screens and cash payments. Ho
upheld tlie systoin curried out by his
company and concluded by saying ho
woultl pay as much as any other opora
tor, but it must bo .on tho above basis,
and bo put iu operation iu fact before
he would enter into any agreement. Ho
would not trust to promises.
Colonel W. P. Rend made a reply, ar
raigning Mr. Do Armit for having
ruined the coal business. An adjourn
ment was then taken.
Tho result of this couforonco will have
great iufiuenco on tho situation m Ohio,
Indiana ahd Illiuois.
WALKED OUT OF JAIL.
A Iorcthinr llreathrs the Air of Liberty
lor a Short. Time.
Rochestjjk, Iud., Oct. 11. John
Donuer stolo a buggy from a fanner in
this county two mouths uo, aud was
pursued by tho owner to Mentoue,
where tho thief and buggy were se
cured. A horso stolon m liuutington
was in his possession at tho tune. This
was delivered to the owner. Denner
remained in jail until yesterdny morn
ing, when tho shoriff left the keys in
the door, which he secured and quietly
As a strangti coincidence, the yountr
man who captured linn in the first
placo had just como to town to bo pres
ent at his trial, which was sot, for yes
terday, saw him leaving the jail, aud
ran after him. Alter running three
squares ho turned on his pursuers with
a stono, but was overpowered aud re
turned to jail. Ho was takon before
Judgo Cafrou, and ou it plea of guilty
was sentenced to tho northern prison
for two years.
Ono Hoy Accidrnnlly Kills Another.
Newcastle, Iud., Oct. 11. Yester
day ovening tho l!l-yoar-old son of .1 -s-tice
J. A. Menifee, living near SulpliT
Springs, was shot through tho lungs
and heart and instantly killed by a riilo
in tlio hands of Scott Maun, a neighbor
boy. Tho two boys had been out hunt
ing, and were returning home. theManu
boy carrying tho rille. Ho stumbled,
and in ho doing caused the gun to go
off. Tho ball entered Menifee uudor
the right arm and piorcod both lungs
aud his heart. Ho died instantly.
"Mlui'is Convention Culled.
PiiiMai'sjiiunn, Pa., Oct. 11. A call
for a convention of miners to meet at
Clearlleld on tho 15th inst. has been is
sued by Chairman Wilson. Tho con
vention is called for the purpose of tak
ing final action on whatever responses
the operators have mado to tho demand
for an advance. On account of the dts
chariro of a number of minors who at
tended tho convention at Phillipsburg
on tho 2d inst., the miners at several
mines havo suspended work.
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1 oiirtei-u Drowned.
Coi'KNHaok.n, Oct. 11. Tho British
steamer Nat)ier, -elonging to North
Shields, hot..!.! rr ii Cronstadt to Rot
terdam, lu- in ". in collision oil' tho
island of Aaiaud with the British
steamer Livonia ot Loitli. The latto
vessel sank and J4 of her crow were
drowned in spite of tho efforts of tho
Napier s crow, v ho, however, succeeded
in rescuing J (J men.
Au Inmiuo Man's Disappearance.
Elwood, Ind., Oct. 11. Patrick Pad
gin, tho insane man, whoso application
to tho Richmond asylum had just been
grauted, lias disappeared, and no 0116
knows his whereabouts. Padgin is a
hopeless cripple, and at times is violent,
and it is feared ho has killed himself.
He has relations residing at Indianapo
lis and Crawfordsvillo.
Kscuped 1'rom Jail.
Brazil, Iud., Oct. 11. William Taso
well, who, a few weeks ago bit W. E.
Wilson's iingor off and swallowed it
whilo engaged in a fight with him, es
caped from tho calibooso last night by
cutting a holo through tho roof. Ho
had just been brought from tho Green
castle jail to answer to u charge of ma
Million Dollar Loss by l'lro.
Adelaide, South Australia, Oct. 11.
A dispatch received horo from Cool
gardio, tho corner of tho now gold fields,,
announces that a whole block of build
ings thoro on Bayley street was burned
by a firo which was started through the
upsetting of a lamp, It is estimated
that' tlio damage done will amount to
A Mall Vouch Stolen.
LoaANsrpBT, Ind:, Oct. 11. The,.imvil
pouch ,frm Indianapolis to.Logansporfc
was stolen in transfer at this point last
niht and rifled, of ftU its contents.
Lower California the Scene of
a Terrible Disaster.
CAPITAL ALMOST DESTROYED.
One Hundred nnd Kichty-Klcht Houses
Swept Awuy, 1'our Lives Lost and Twen-tr-Ono
I'riHon Injured Many Crafts
Itrnched nnd Otliui-s Sunk A Number of
Other Places Partially Destroyed.
San Fiuncisco, Oct. 11. Private dis
patches received here say that La Paz,
Mex., hag been completely destroyed by
a hurricane. Tho storm was followed
by a tidal wave, tho waters in tho bay
rising to an unprecedented height, in
vading that portion of the city fronting
on tho bay, and carrying out to sea
men, animals and debris of wrecked
buildings as tho tide subsided.
Tho dispatch announcing tho destruc
tion of La Paz was dated Guaymas, and
was received by Snipping Agent Router.
The dispatch said the steamer Williatn
ette Valley, of the Pacific Mail line,
had been delayed two days at Guaymas
by tlio samo stora. winch devastated La
Paz, but that she left last night for the
Mexicans hero say that thoy havo had
dispatches about a severe storm which
prevailed all along tho coast early thi3
week. The loss of lifo is reported heavy,
but details of tho disaster aro meager.
La Pas is tlio capital of Lower California
and situated in a bny of the same name.
Tlio port is well sheltered aud easily de
fensible against attack from the sea.
The city had a population Jof 8,000, a
cathedral, a government houso and a
town house, and tho place was once the
abode of luxury, as ovideuced by tho
handsome dwellings of the wealthy
class. La Paz was once tho soat of ox
tensivo pearl fisheries. Silver mining
was oxtousivoly engaged in and tho
commerce of tho port was not incon
siderable. THE NEWS CONFIRMED.
Duinnco Is Greater Than First Dis
Guaymas, Mex., Oct. 11. In the
hurricane which swept over La Paz, 184
houses were destroyed, four lives lost
and about 21 persons were wounded.
Nineteen crafts, including tho Ameri
can schooner Czar, partly loaded with
dynamit3, was beached, and a govern
ment cutter was sunk. Gardons and
orchards woro washed away. An iron
safe containing $5,500 in Mexican dol
lars was washed ovor half a mile away
but was rescued.
At San Joso Del Cabo sovoral houses
wero damaged, gardens and orchards
woro destroyed. At Mazatlau many
residences were damaged. Considera
ble damago was done at Playa Colo
raina. Tho customs house at Topolo
bampo was partly destroyed and the ad
joining buildings wero beached. Many
residences of tho American colony were
destroyed and tho remainder woro more
or less damaged.
Agiabampo was almost entirely de
stroyed. Tho whole country around
tho rivers Yaqua, Mayo aud Fuerto
was overflowed and immeuse damage
Tho sugar refineries at Aguila and
Florida wero totally destroyed. Tho
cane fields wero all washed away.
Thoro is no news lrom tlio towns of
Fuerto aud Altata. Ic was supposed that
great damage was done.
Additional particulars are expected by
tne steamer .Mazatlau, whloli is now
HAWAII WANTS TO JOIN US.
Opinions of V, .M. Davis, a Honolulu Mer
chant, Now In This Country.
Denveu, Oct. il. F. M. Davis, a
Honolulu merchant, arrived in Denver
yesterday eu route to Atlauta. Ho said:
"It would, of courso, bo useless to deny
that fractional differences exist iu Ha
waii and espociully in Honolulu, and
tlio republic as it stands lias u good
many supporters, but I am of the belief
that if u vote ou the quostion of an
nexation to the United States was takou
taken today there would bo au over
whelming expression in favor of it.
"As to the royalists, wo hoar very
little of them. Occasionally we road in
tho American papers of somoupiising
aud somo dcep-luid plot to restore tho
queen, and we aro forced to laugh at
them. The Americans should use sov
oral graius of salt with anything thoy
may read about Hawaiian revolutionists
these days. It is a common saying in
Honolulu whouovor tho stories go out
that San Francisco is again in the
throes of the South Sea rebollion, for
the majority of tho stories aro simply
glittering testimonials to tho imagina
tion of Saii.Frauciseo newspaper men."
ltan Into Three Llttlo Girls.
Chicago, Oct. 11 A work train on
tho Panhandle railroad ran into a group
of littlo girls picking up coal in tho rail
road yards at Twouty-eighth street.
Rosa Kuiumor, 8 years old; iuterual in
ternal injuries; right arm, loft log and
noso broken; will die. Emma Kum
nier, 12 years old; scalp wound and
bruises; may recover. Frances Kum
mer, 10 years old; slight bruises; will
l)u runt IlroUeu Up,
San FitAXCisco, Oct. 11. Under tho
rigid cross-examination of District At
torney Barnes yesterday, Theodore Du
raut made a uumber df answers that
aro regarded ail decidedly incriminating'
inasmuch as thej1. appear to, bo.hrdirect'
conflict wild well established faofs, and
then chanf id his replies when he real
ized thut ho was on dangerous ground.