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NOTED BANDIT DEAD.
He Dies or Suicides in the Swamp
Ncar New Orleans.
FOUND IN THE BRUSH
Be Was the Leader In the Illinols Ceon.
S tral Robbery Last Thursday
and Was Shot by Special
OMeers In thue (hase.
New Orlwnn, Den. 1n.-DetectiveA of
the Illinoil (3entral have found one of
bold robbers who last Thursday night
held up, within the limits of this city,
the Chicago mail train on the Illinois
Central road, who shot Oonduntor Kin
nebrew, @tole the handoome watch
which had been premented to the non
f ductor and then made his euoape with a
number ..t regintered mail pamkagee.
The watch of Kinnabrew was found on
the d@md man wbich leaves no doubt of
his identity as leader of the gang who
held up the train. Sinoe laat Saturday
OChief Mnrray and other detective@ of
the Illinois Oentral have been buaily at
work on the case, following the clew
given them by the discovery of the
bloody cartridge belt aar the soene of
It will be recalled that Joat after the
holdup Special Offloers Daly and Lu~iob
of the Illinote Central hastened to the
scene. Nuar the Oarrollton trolley oar
croeming in a lonely neighborhood they
disoovered two men carrying a bag and
walking rapidly between the Illinots
(eatral and Missisippi VaUey tracks.
Daly and Lucoch halted the men, but in
stead of surrendering the largeat of the
two drew a pistol and began shooting. i
Both Daly and Iiooiob reeponded and a
lively fusillade followed. The men ~al. 1
ly dropped the bag and &ed. The bag 1
was found to be a United Statem mail o
pouch. The next morning a bloody ar- o
tridge belt was found. The iovestiga. I
tion following dimolosed a bloody trail 1
which leed to the swamp. Sinoe then
detective. hve been carefully examia.
ing the zwamp in the rear of the city.
At an early hour yesterday their
searoh was rewarded with the findlag
of the body. It was that of a man wbo
had suuoambed to the effect of his
wound and exposure. An examination
of his effecta disolosed Kinnebrew's
watch and other evidence prove he was
one of the me who had ooamtted t he
The robber was Identifed as Ohanalag
B. Barnes, allas John E. Nels~, alla.
Jack Nelson. He was wanted for hold
ing up the IUllinois Umatral at Wiek.
liffe, Ky.. July 11, 1900, and robblg tbe
Mfe of the Amerioan Expresa Oomamy.
Bia brothr. ~harles W. Bar~e. and
Ric iard Doyle, were arrfested and oo.n*
victed for this latter job and ea~ a re
aerviag a 10.eMr se~te~ne in tme IKe.
taucky state penitentary. When an
attempt was stade to arrest ~hannag
Barse. ia St Lois he shot SOpeial
Agenat (eorge Mrray of the IliMaois b
Oental, i the breast ~ad hand and
made his emompe. Three weeks prier to
the hold ap a this ty he had bee liv.
lag at Hammond, La.
Whben the body wa disoovered was
ta~nd Bara~ had set is thrt and ~
had evideetly just died. The vosad ol
was f~esh ad his Owa waoh and thte j(
of Oandooto Kennebraw wre romnlag. &
His left wriat was bandaged for a &
wooad. He had also, It ia thoght I
beem shot la the baoak. Thy fomd op t
klm regiteed lette a~d dya ita . a
ANOTHER BANK ROBBED.
orgta* **- *&mor* ** lo ia ned «
Umgam m..s slm mm z... ....
mmmy e Mb b
Siiryilytk, Ind., DMe. 19.-Barater
emtiwd KaMed.'s bank at Hop. y.
dajvr uomina. btew the sto ope. Md
sneorld 818,00. Two bartmqh ootod
the bank wht the third kep vatob
4s~de ath s brrig te arMh all
0asped. A po a tla par~l».
Hop* te only 1, aus. from~ let
~o*, wher" the "Ee tihe paut* o
WM b&wa op.. rly moardy M e~la
Md UM t*m e. b te pr.m~ te
eparon ls both Oas. we the am
As~on. Dmo. 1.-The okmu d the
Dmlsaed ~ert Worth E-trio
*tMe hasdqur~m at Dallebas bhm
wsted witk the men y ~ m ost t.
tel ask ombO"O#
!he everno, bas geantmis a Ibtes
prmsit s Walter A. Johb.«.,- UmS
heteat~i the W hewfdr velua»e
The wta t.earMaMe Meátlseeri bhm
-grt e tm &e md Orsemaoamernia
A..iunew . am A~toofe a parat e
de bhea~ ia T*me
ass fases £îesme.
WaMtNa . DR&. is.-Awufamitei
imu the datum at thos osemtils ia the
"ifted iNtes. w" remai te o mb tlUl
cd ~ate wpre oert tom~y: Ai
ormy omm Galrg deliwed ms w
gemis b ohalf b thd govwme.
SMT To*.ma DM . , tee
ZJ DOL IS-Reord. is de
pKtees af ea*Mk ae « Mto have beM
MBO. a euwkp. Nth. Oompos wl«
*cs*r .th* w mmde bs I
mmi est.UR a ee odbg meos made
eom *we ag* =
01" aek t Eesag *sNee b
Itaee Dse l.-A Pnits itfpatet
pt u als s Pekim will ameat i
**mend Jr «etaNty a «emal apr*
meUtwe %sneaohmeaeM the tnet a
A. A IlTlllD) IYN lIING.
lp Another Segro Strung up by a Mob
41 MOB NOT MOLESTED.
*- They Batter In the Side of the Jall
aad Se~re Their Man-Nfgro
S Was Concerned In the Uur.
der of Hollie Slmias.
of Booneville. Ind., Dec. 19.-John Rolls,
of the third negro implicated in the maur.
bit der of Hollie Simons was hauged to a
y, tree in the court houee yard by a mob of
4' about 100 men from Rookport at 6:80
a. Monday evening. Not a shot was
h Aired and everything was oonducted as
a quietly as though the executieso had
a been one under the sanction of the law.
5. Rolls was brought to this place in the
a afternoon. Upon his arrival he was
)f placed In a oell on the smoond floor of
io the jati and his preepoe was thoucht to
y be known to only a few eitizens. A few
>f minntés after 6 o'clock, however, abody
Lt of 100 men maarched throngh the prin
w olpal street of the town to the Jail and
ie demafded that the prisoner be turned
of over to them.
Sheiff Hadson was nut of town anad
a his deputy. lIaymond Oherry, was ton
h charge of the jail. He had heard that
e a mob was on its way bere and at onoe
r made an etrort to get the prisoner out of
y town to take himto vansvile, but be. -
d fore this could be aooomplished the mob
a arrived and the fautlity of the attempt
B. beoame apparent. He deolined to give
i. up the keys to the jail and the wol bas
e tered a hole ln the Jall and seored the
negro and lynched hil. d
L None of the mob wvere make ad men
- In every station of life took part in the
g lynohing. Ndt as-hot was ArLed before
1 or after the lyuohiag and exoept tefor the
Se~olted groupe of me standing om the
. street oorners, a stranger would have
1 koown nothing of the tragedy that had
~ jt been enaoted.
. OitiMsens of Ioonville made no ffort
toassist lu the proteotton of the naegro
and a asamber admitted that the citisee
generally were la ympthy wtth the
work of the mo^. J3dge &wat made
every aert to suppreeme violmoe bu the
membees of the mob Ignored hin ad
and prooeded with the work. C
Moembers of the mob oame to Boone
vtle ia wagoe, buggie and om hone.
Their ritp wre left o a ove a half
mie oat of town &ad the mes marohed
ia colaaus oftwo mader the command p
of thre who had evtdeatIy been seleoted
The mob that took part tIn the
lychiag were part of the amme tneo
that lynched Jim Hemdersom and Bad
Rowland at Bookport Saday 8 ight for
the aae offese.
Joha RolUts oofeed, It is mid, MAat
M hada hand in the killnag otlmas.
The niliti was ordered to BooSevl
by Goverpor -Mount fro~ Evaneile.
but before they pould et away the- no
gro was lynobehd and the gogror am a- T
teranmded the order
OW-eO to High Ohero& Seomic.
Detrolt, Dm. I.-Jamef . odripps,
who beilS Triutty Refened plesopal
chorch, a handsome stoe @trctare ad*
jolinlg his home, at a oest of *M0.000,
and who delivered I to tbe Ep*esepal
~hege of Biabop Daffeeofthedioosse of
Miehigm, about three yeas go, soe -
time age wreee a letter to tbe wesm
and vestryms eeking them to k^ tur
the propertytobla. This reqaes hee meI
heen fsuplied with, aad hae lateteasd
bhi attoruey to oompel wesdweead vee
trymes to term the propertyovertobla.
Mr. Uorippa elaima thas the chrech
wae heilS and delivered to th esnoety
with the usmderteding thef «o high .
elbreh eervices should Me held therem.
This understaadtla. Mr. loripps alleges,
bhe tee vietated, aalhe h lwbdftvw f
from thb ehbrek in emssquaoe. H11
demande the tetera of the poperty no
erde that servie for whioh ie wee le
olgaeed ma be held there.
C r.muevt. m*-* *S*.*«m.
Ma-a. oM. DmO 1S.-Oomtedea
eu rr reamtl o~tatl roaMIsa-tom
the doe~.. of a mm trwd b~ ta the
*orsl ewart Da.tel aehardeij had
sed 0.O. Wales for usqO kr, daedw.
Alltag that WaWt had pabHetyi ased
bi. St p~dau bad m~ey. Tbhe *v~
-*** tha the o emuy referred to
wt a ld W .f tO - 1 The
~r Mid tm P~sta 0% dm
dmurer efueew by dmfea4t's
m "Om spM a 7Me ~ qU t .
~ eyd~ot -~etlis their
pusn-di. sad pauMd Oh-aeuMatoem.
.y, au4 tat a oharige S ag that eas
*meat rraq as this late day raI met
be didetede late. dasaduer"
Keesked 5... md Daebed.
D~u. DOe l9.-A -- wh b g &T his
wm Obheriy <~y ei MMdlew.e,
elt senat ww aet~e Mows ad
WeObed Hm Jemeesesi Me
Msdases his melaaw mee saed fr the
pehi. who smede g &r&p d e1d
WMaedm Wa. Ve.e.me aasd.
Bzsmi, CoL. De. W. - D&Yil .
Stehois. Uliest.ma govuerno a oe.
aI hm ta~bto IM.18 dis 1 .a bh
ha me this ety. ni w" veerua
of« e Mueaewr. Ie hed äake tw
CololIad & ab Il *a
seenes kv UO. opamlss. 1
A@a~m L T., Dmo. 19.-Ner Uk.
gea, meet of hee Vlita liamsIle. aged l
S.I.eewsbbed^ n death bym. *
pa.., who fmpod. The bo.e qger- *
Med w a t trtviel meiter. a
calode, D@& %#.-A ~M whoguv j
NssmM-e Nile&dKty. M«eag t 1
etitag I to^W taba eity, wa see^^ jae
Tatha~, McDu^lie Co.. Ga..
ia read~ng yo &d*e mnt In the Lad~es Birthday Almanac and saw
of Cardu precribed. My health h been o had for the past two or three y
tryyourWine of Cardu. The st bottle gve me rief dand now I am taking
friend of mine w M0 helple that 1 recommended it to her, and he is also
doing her a world of good. 1 shall recommend Wine of Cardui and Thedford's
Mttlemunt as they are wnderful medcines.
Y* may he wll am Mo.~ A milion women have fond rwetf In WI. of CaduL
alotey wom A out of ahm shk a Ad bcus hey mver sincerely y to bhe wel.
B a AM of sordered m§ mUllo.. huconhoe er faing of the woeab Winu of C would not
wo*dm t ce Do you ao t thk tws to rdyoub of t in t "d,
a doman-? Why do you not to bo fre from mnterual urfering from k @ condem nl y
-~s from t~ ImWguld of luconrhe? Wi ofCardul hil(ds up ad rmnd rt h
d tlhmsrIgoa h and ton. sk ad dcouraged in uw ight he^ al, try Winsw of
li" q'. "k we . A t.cuh whch you can buy from you éw~ o t gea
h - b~ md ~ boo hdy-kat discoao at otbe mes ou~a Yfo hl efo n ogbS
mnotha "doci . Wi. of Cadl stb a ce t oo~c. We k you to try for health heferyou
You cm ho well
@~al dliretions, &ddr*u Iiving T rnmtorna. hTbe Lelies'
-H Ad~ jrm timé V'T M Oh~oe MeioaleloMpfB Corn ooge, Tona.
R SOFIA 1 520
b Frou- Oysters .e.evd 'Jilly.
SOPEN DAY AND NIGHT
. PRICB5-prom lbhll, per dom 40e: ook
d Ia sany style, o0e; aanmd oy.ter= Oo p*
can.- Balk eysters per dozen, 16o, or tw<
dozen for Se.
Sresh Frauit ad Nuta of all kind., el
gare. obameo and freh oanued good~.
SMerchant l ailor
STexas Street. nearly opposite
Sthe Baptist Church.
SPIRST CLAS9 WORI
Orders soolloed. Batisfactloa Qua
anteed. Attention gives to R
aIrlng and Vleatlag,
I 0. J. J. 8CÖOT
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEUN
Offce t E J ConRer & Co.'s Di u« Stonr
Te.aastreet:- Resideace, 14 Conomo 81t
817 TEXAS STREMt.
Come sad examtme my new olema
grooery stook. Evrytblair it tse
omable prioes. Don&' forgot t. -tanp
Can and will turn
out your work to
* your satisfaction,
and do eo at the
lowest living fig.
ure. Call at
Cer. Marhet and
No. DM1-ls Uic irst D~sc Court,
~Jm parmNh Iâuk*Aaa-DBuet' i
'Bl vi tom cd a wilt of9fl stowe dirmoted
gk the B3«o~esl Vist Jiadicial Diemnot
ooMt Is ibm abve etuUtied &ad au band
.uIi 1 have nu lud aWl wikt *di at public
w&~am br ~ek witi' tMe bomlmet& «
prmlak~saa t rus Poket pmmamoim %a
Vul~~~m time 10k te eis k 's br sales,
AIRTIGIIT HEATERS PO
Olice, Bed-Room and
Nowis the time to select whilet
plete. Cook Stoves and
the Best. Don't forget t
House furnishing people fo
11 Texas St.
UP TO DATE IN WORK AND
Are supplied with the bestA'
Bath Rooms, Lavatory, Closets an
Swith plumbing. Special attention
Gas and Steam Fitting. All work gu
Office on Milam, near
(via the Cotton
Tickets to the Old States wi
Cotton Belt, December 20th, 2
Return limit, 30 days.
S AkA your ~earedt Cott~
aM~ you demdirme Wryour
* exact cost of 5 ticket from
take to make the best time
you 1a aray other way he caa.
E. W. 1aMem. .
e mmi lW Tk%%'Apth
eas*Irase -- ear Ier (T. , NO
UN ACCOUNT OF
Texn Frait, o wer and ege»
DECEMBER 10-16, 1
PRINCE OF.NO TSU OHSPEBTA'
, Thursday, December 1
The H E & WT Rv, and l & t
trip ticket. to Houston, December 9t
low excursion rates. Goo, returning
The "Gulf Air Line" has recently
daily train service between Houston a
Por further information relative to
'nite, trains, e te. call on local ticket
W. di. TAYLOR, W
G. P. A.
C. c. HAR
Wholesule and B itil
Doors, Blinds and
PPICE asd SALB9ROOM9, Go r. Spel
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