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New York retvnt
nlcipallty an aver-to.
ed br the Bra.
die sea takes from
for .1 livelihood Is
-nti-il In tlie an
the risking season
the single port of
he liven of no less
Power of Law.
' auction of the legal
'in, a Connect
ten nre not
n nre in
,o, but no
i the point
lew I've to
'''he line t
t a eune. for
ns the longest
In North Amor,
vie 1 only one
"ro In if.
lias incrcuseu i.y a
alhc foreign white clenV 32,
4 Greater 2lew York's . Hull.
, From n comparison made bjlhe
New York Sun, It appears that ti e
talaries of otllclals receding Sl.Of.f
vand upwards per annum In New Yorl!
amount to more than the total paid
Mi.v tho United States government to
all its Chilian, naval and military ofll
clnls receiving the same grade of pay,
How top-heavy the New York lit i
is proved by tho fact that while there
nro only 33 federal offleeholders re
ceiving $10,000 and upwards per an
num there nre 07 In the like high elacj
in Ne- York.
r.yv Rich Men in Japan.
Japanjf It seems, is not overburdened
with' millionaires. The -Tijl Siiimpo,
one of the leading newspapers of the
empire, haa been ascertaining how
-.nnr there are " tho mikado's
fu 500,000 yen or
tt.e yen is about 50 cent In
jftates money. The Jljl dlscov.
lilat there are exactly 441 per
hose possession aggregate at
" MO. Toklo, the cupltul, pos
third of them, but eight
irrounding that city have
y rich men.
,g to col
,e beer law do
.. This Is the most
j litigation which has
k In local courts In years,
eas It directly involves only
hi the beer trade. It Indirectly
olves the state administration,
should the brewing company win It,
(iov. Dockery's entire finance scheme
would fall. No less than 13,000,000
revenue Is Involved, half of which is
intended to go toward making n state
dlstdnv at the worlds fair in 1003,
It is understood that every brewer
doing business In the state Is behind
ni Day nt Desoto.
The railway Y. M. C. A. building at
Desoto. Jefferson county, modern
throughout and lighted with elee
trlcltv. was thrown open to the pub
lie Thursday. The library contains
2.000 volumes, together with n fine
tnusle box and n phonograph, tit
clft of Miis Helen Gould. On the
opening day a general reception was
given to the public, s-pceciies were
mado bv Judge Seldon 1 Spencer
and T. S. MePhectcrs, of St. Louis,
Ilnbr Hrrnllorred Safety Pin.
After the baby boy of Mr. and Mrs,
A. XI. Davis. 211 West Fifth street,
Kansas City, swallowed a big safety
pin he erou'ed and laughed. The baby
is 20 months old and managed to get
hold of a safety pin nn Inch and n half
long. Luckily the pin was closed. The
assistant police surgeon was called
and found the pin had "gone down"
all right, and serious results are not
Both llnil neon Drinking;.
The body of Henry Carter, a negro,
was found In n pasture near Smith
llle. He was froen to death with
William Thomas a white man. Hoth
men rode out In the country In a
wagon with a farmer. They wan
dered otT into n pasture while drunk.
Two inches of snow fell.
MUsnnrl Trades fulons Increase.
The annual report of Labor Cum
mlssioner Anderson shows a healthy
growth of trades unions in Missouri.
In St. Louis there arc 100 unions: in
Kansas City $ and in St. Joseph 4S.
In the state outside the three large
cities there are in unions reporting.
Harry Pursuits to Marry.
H. II. Pnrson. a young republican
nolittclnn of Marshall, will wed Miss
Hthlvn Jackson in that city Ilecem
ber 4. Parsons was the republican
nominee for congress from that dH
trlet In 1000. also superintendent o
"Ilosnle" rrnnels Still Tree.
A negro arrested at Hamilton who
was believed to be "Ho !e" TraneK
wanted for naultlncr and murdering
Mij.s Marv Henderson August 27, near
Columbus, was later identified by his
picture as Lewis Morgan, of Warrens
burg. .ew Dnsluea Block for St. Joseph.
Tho Hurnes estate, the richest In
the commonwealth of Missouri, will
ereet u mnmmnth, building at the
southwesf corner of Fifth and Felix
streets in St. Joseph. It will be the
finest buslnes, block in that city.
To Vaccinate Comity Prisoners.
On account of the prevalence or
ma11po in many localities of the
stati-, the state board of health has
ordered till county board of health
to see to it that all prisoners confined
in county jails be vaccinated.
Kx-Wnrdcn Morrison Stricken.
Col. John L. Morrison, warden of the
Missouri penitentiary under Gov.
Frauds, was stricken with paralysis
nt his Fayette home. He is n father-in-law
of Congressman Slmfroth, of
Woman Gives to Sedalla Church.
Mrs. E. A. Cochvnn. of New York,
Have Calvary Episcopal church at Se
thdla $2,000 to pay off the lust of the
debt on the $30,opo. edifice. -
. on la Tamer Cemnty. J
,e biggest deposit of tine of
,er discovered In Taney county ha
been uncovered near Long Creek, i
tho southwest corner of that county.
Two ore-bearing leads about 19 feet
apart, immediately underlying a beau
tiful bed of pink ana gray marDic,
hare been located for a distance of
S.000 feet along the mountain sjde.
These ledges have been shot into In
several places, disclosing tne nnesi
grade of zinc carbonate, carrying jack
and lead. They have nccn careiuuy
tested and show at every point a
wonderful richness. The hillsides ore
strewn with bowlders of decayed ore.
Xclther Team Won.
The Ottawa (Kan.) university foot
ball team, which recently defeated
Kansas university by a score of 10 to
5, played the Missouri university
Tigers at Columbia Saturday and after
a hard-fought contest the score stood
0 to 0. Friends of the Missouri team
were jubilant over the result. While
outside Columbia the general Impres
sion was that Missouri had no team,
the Tigers following has never lost
hope, knowing that It was simply
hard luck which has kept tho team
from making a better showing.
Xo tternnrac (or Nerlns.
William NeUns, nn agent of fl ejv-Inc-
machine company, with head-
ouarters at Kansas City, was recently
I.. .1... !. n Mini, ntvnr St. .TO
. at an Ismail
and Vast t.WarWa fat
St. Louis, Not. o.-At the Usm 61
the publication of the list of depart
ment buildings of the World's fair,
with the approximate dlmenilona ol
each, the statement was appended
that the total cost of the buildings
would exceed $0,000,000. Since that
time tin dimensions of several build
ings have been changed, and the cost
of each building has been estimated
by Chief Architect Taylor, with the
assistance of the several architects ol
the board. A new schedule, giving
the dimensions of each building, to
gethcr with Its cost, ha been fur
nished by Mr. Taylor. In submitting
the list. Mr. Taylor explains that the
cost Indicated for each building doce
not include that of sculpture, tri
utnphnl bridges, cascades, hanging
gardens and other decorative work
that will beautify the main picture.
The schedule Is ns follows:
Art building. 300x000 fecti with twe
pavilions, each 200x300 feet; cost,
Liberal arts, 000x523 feet; cost,
Manufacturers (and liberal arts)
825. 1.200 feef, cost. !fS45,00.
Electricity, 000x525 feet; cost, 400,.
Mines and Metallurgy, 525x200 feet;
Education, 525x750 feet; cost, $500,
000. Social Economy, 525x750 feet; cost
Transportation, 525XS0O reet; cost,
: I Mil rrlll IL j
Neat UII IHslllinl
ISIWt JIWII illlT-ll
; nkiiiKsiiitT in u .
A rtJtotM Foret Trtoet
ctsti at lamr.
TNEY FOUNO THE I0UINI0YS lEttY.
. , 1... .t. I It l. ..-no l.tfll.V 1 ' 1
uangeu vy ine nvvi mint .... cgflu 0(10,
C.ovcrnment building with flsherlei
seph. Hut he must grin and bear
the Injury without a balm of $50,000
which he sued for, many prominent
farmers being the defendants. Kev
ins was recently accused of being n
spy for liore thieves and almost lost
his life. A jury refused to award him
anything by reason of his experience
at'the hands of the mob.
SHU 110011110; Wnter.
A recent disnatch from Mexico said:
The big question in parts of central 1
Missouri is water and where to get It. (
The protrirtcd drought of last sum
mer never has been thoroughly bro
ken and some of the farmers are
hauling water for miles. The fall
rains hate not come. If It freezes
without raining the situation will be
more serious. A Hoonc county farmer
says he pased in 12 miles 10 wagons
hauling water. Some of them were
hauling eight miles.
Wnnldn't Accept nesliinntlnn.
Walter Williams, editor of the Co
lumbia Herald, recently tendered his
resignation as a member of the exec
utive board of curators of the uni
versity, becau-e he would be absent
for the next four months In Europe.
The board, ffowever. declined to ac
cept his resignation, and named Sen
ator U. It. 01ler. of Cape Girardeau,
to net as a member of the executive
board during Mr. William'' absence.
In Honor of Dnnlcl Bend.
At a meeting of the board of ou-
525x1,000 feet; cost
pavilion and ordnance pavilion, 400x
250 feet: cost, $250,000.
Agricultural, 700x2,000 feet; cosl
Total estimated cost of nil build
MODEL PUBLIC LIBRARY.
UnT.mrnt on Foot to Ktnlllh a Modal
l'ublle I.lb.nrr nt the tit. Lonlt
rater Were Rooted, LeavlasJ Vlrt
Dead on the Fields Destrtai
Named Hlchter Coptared In tha
I'nlform of a Filipino Lleatenaat
sarrendera In Samar.
Manila, Xov."12.-MnJ. Wm. L. Pitch,
er, of the Eighth regiment of Infan.
try, commanding the Mlndoro cxpedc
tlon, rcporte that the garrison of
Abra dc Hog was attucked, Sunday,
by n force of Insurgents commanded
by Lenocos. The Filipinos, apparent
ly.attempted to repeat the Samar toe
tics, but the Americans, who wero
breakfasting fully armed, completely
routed the Insurgents, who left five
men dead on the field, each having n
rifle and ammunition. One American
was seriously wounded.
Capt. Noyes. of tho Thirtieth Infan
try, commanding a detachment of 50
men, has captured a deserter named
Hlchter, of the Sixth artillery, wear
ing tho uniform of an Insurgent lieu
tenant. Mnj. ntchcr says ho recently can
turcd three officers and ft large part
of an Insurgent company, nil fully
nrmcd. It Is believed the Insurgents
recently received an illicit supply of
munitions of war.
BtnitEXDEntl IX SAMAfl.
BOLD CBWtl WiKT WHO W.
. aeMsaaaBMi ' f-
fitsi at Hawaii C, BalafcaaM atofnrael
ilemlsvWle; Kyi, Nor. tt--tfelreirj.
lUthbaa, who was supposed to hare
died iai a JefetaoMllle (lad.) botol
test Thursday, was arrested 1 Louis
ville yesterday. According to Rath
bun the corpse which was shipped to
Little Rock for burial at the body of
liathbun was the body of W. L. Tern
The police aay liathbun haa con.
fessed to desertion from the United
States army nnd to having formed m
plan to fraudulently collect $4,000 In
surance on his life, but that he denies
having killed the man who died in the
Joifersonville hotel, iininimn was ar
rested about 11 o'clock yesterday
morning nt the United Slates recruit
ing station in Louisville. He la held
as n fugitive from justice.
Thn arrest was made on Informa
tion from Sergeant Skinner, of the'
United States recruiting, station,
liathbun enlisted under the name of
"Lou Hoot, Detroit.",
Sergeant Skinner had read the
atorv of the .leffersonvllle case- and
the circumstances connected with the
new recruit uorouscd his suspicions.
One of theso was the fact that tho
man had oil a government suit of
underwenr. He vat he had bought
the garments from a soldier friend.
Another circumstance was his knowl
edge of army n Hairs about Little
Rock. On Saturday he passed the ex
amination nnd enlisted.
At the police station Hnthbun was
put through the sweating process,
nnd under pressure made the follow
ing statement, according to his In
quisitors: "My name Is Newell C. Rnthbun,
nnd my home Is In Little Hock, Ark.
Several months ago I deserted from ,
the nrmy post at l'lntthburg, N.
In company with another recruit by
i the name of W. H. Ellis. I soon lost
kjrtWo.t erf a Pmtbla Twe.
LAWRENCE LEWIS FATAlfcY WIUMEB,
St. Louis. Nov. 0. The movement
for the establishment of n model pub-
lie library ou the i.e of the Wotld'e
fair is rapidly assuming definite pro
portion". The first persons to advo
cate thi moeinent were the trustees
of the St. Louis public library, who
have seen from the first nn excellent
opportunity to extend the usefulnosi
of the library and to Insure a delight
ful resting place on the ground". At
llrst this movement concerned itself
only with the eMnblishment of an or
dinary library. More recently, how
ever, the Idea of n model library has
been develotied. as being a valuable
exhibition of a perfected library sys
tem, nnd the board of trustees of the
public library forwarded to the
World's fair officials a communica
tion setting forth In detail the ml
vantages of a plun for a model li
brary. Librarian Frederick M. Crutlen, of
rators of the state university held nt Ht. Louis public library, believes that
Columbia recently it was decided to library supply houses would furnish
name the women's dormitory Head the model library without charge, and
ball In memory of the late President that publishers could be Induced to
The CutelnR Off of Rniinllea la llav
Inn Its Effect.
Catbalognn, Island of Samar, Nov.
12. The Insurgents are flocking
northward. They nre suffering great-. . ,(t of Mm nm, wcnt lo T0
ly from famine. Many Isolated bolo- Therc j Inarrk,,1( nml f.
men Have surrc uiercu. uniy yur, tcnvtm, lool out the in!ra,icc poll
caused by Lukban'a proclamation, ccg
threatening with death those who , ..j cnme tQ Tj0ltlivll,c llbollt lcll
surrender, prevents a general submls- fl nml formr(, )( ,nJ, to ni!lke
slon of the InRurgeiits. but It is ex- ,ItMlrnnc0 comI,anv thik I was
pectcd that this will be secured in a , , , t j , , , ,
NW JAPANESE ENTERPRISE. ,
The Jnpnncsc Xnvy Deiinrtmcnt Pre
Iinrluu to i:tnlillli n Steel Plata
Factory at Kr.rc.
Tncoma, Wash., Nov. 12. Oriental
ndices received by the steamer Vic-!
torla state that the Japanese naval,
department Is preparing to establish
u steel plate factory nt Kure, at n
cost of O.ooo.oOO yen. The plant will
be In working order In three years.
Uaron Masnhlde, of Toklo, has ob
tained from Director Shcng, of the
Chinese railway, a concession for the
erection of important telephone lines
which will connect the largest cities I
throughout China. Tho preliminary
arrangements now made contemplate
that China shall furnish tho funds
and the Japanese the experts nnd ma
terial. ; 1
NEW GOVERNOR OF SHAN TUNG
Mirnnce. I fell in with ti man, wno
said his name was W. L. Ten Eyke,
In front of the Salvation Army head
quarters In Louisville, nnd told him
of my plan, and he agreed to help
tne. Our plan was to obtain a corpse
from some plncc put It In n hotel In
JelTersonvlllc nnd then set llre'to the
eta Was Orerhaaled Hear Haeaeaaa,
Kas., Fortr "Miles front Leaven
worta-Tle Conntrr Ally with
Posses Bent on Roandlas Va tha
Heat of tho FaajHIvea.
Kansas City, Mo., Noy. 11. Another
tidy has added one more to the list
of escaped Fort Leavenworth con
tlcta captured, that of Lawrence Lew
is, who was mortally wounded,
this morning, near Quenemo, Kus.,
while .making a dash through a cor.'
don of ormed deputies. Now thero
are but 13 prisoners at large.
Lewis is a white boy SO years ol
age, who wns sent up in October,
1000,- to undergo a flyo years' sentence
for larceny. He was tracked to
wooded place near Quenemo by the
city marshal of that place, which is
situated 40 miles southwest from Fort
Leavenworth, and a dozen men bear
lngNrlfles. An order to surrender was
met with defiance, and Lewis, un
armed and practically surrounded,
darted for tho nearest opening. Ho
had gone scarcely n hundred yards
when n bullet from n Winchester In
tho hands of one of his pursuers
pierced his lung from behind nnd
brought 'him to the ground. Weeding
and fatally wounded, Lewis was takeu
to the marshal's office ond enred for,
while Warden McClnughrey wns noti
fied. Three distinct gangs of convicts
hnve been reported nt points withlnMS
miles around Topekn since last night,
and although n horde of penitentiary
guards, deputy sheriffs and farmers
have been on the go all day, night
fell with only one capture, that of
Prom tho descriptions received
Warden McClaughrey believes that th-!
two captors of Sheriff Cook were
Arthur Hewitt, white, and Lon
Foutheiinnd, u part Indian. Hewitt,
with Prank Thompson, n negro, wero
ringleaders in the outbreak, nnd tho
warden yestcrdayannoutieed n rewnrd
for their capture. Hewitt ond South-
crktnd were both serxlng flvc-yonr
sentences for larceny. Hewitt Is 23
of age, while Southerland Is
"Wlillit w wpre In .Ti'fTersoiivllli' we ,
i - .i!..i, .i -I-,.,, I years
i)Lii tt jiiiiiiwi-a ui in limn tuni . .
Eyke got drunk. I think his death , . , ,. ,. ., ,,.
, , ,1,, t . . 1 At S:30 o clock tuts evening n'mes
was caused by drinking. I put the ' 1 i..,. i ,..,i,,io..-
, ., ,, I. sage was received nt the penitentiary
letters addressed to u In his pocket Thompson, with three
and left. I did l ot kill him. I then lnicr.onvU.tg( hn(1l hee tPBCed lt)
came to Louisville and went to the , ,rove nfMrn00,
a tia iiviiiv ta ill ai i
The police are trying to establMt i
the Identity of the dead man. One
Daniel Rend of the university, under
whose administration women were
first admitted to the university. Tho
Parker memorial hospital, erected by
William L. Parker, of Columbia, was
supply reading matter In the same i
way. He Is also of the opinion that I
tho library building should be per-1
mnncnt. with an attempt tit architec
tural beauty, the library, after the
Xot Much Is Known In WnnhlnBton
of the Personality of (.'linn
opened to the public and rules for Us j fair, forming one of the most valua
government adopted. ble branches of the public library In
. , t no city.
, J. Allen, chairman of the
board of charities, who Is lin
ed by hundreds of girls for po
In Tarlous state institutions,
s glii to educate themselves to
good domestics. He stiys:
are thousands of homes in
wherj a girl who knew how
peV.ceiok and sew could make
,3 a week, with board nnd wash
. Tho reason why domestic help
i no better wages is because most
theta are aahaied to become coin
.:ent in their service."
Taa BJavay Baaartloas.
the navy mow comprises some 19,'
officers aad men, but this Is not
iMh to furnish a reasonable quota
Ism ahjpa which are in com mis
n his annual report Admiral
hleld, chief of the bureau of
on, places the enlistments
past year at 0,900 nnd the
it 3,158. The number of
entirely too large, jind
of men and the mim-
fti x point to tho neccs".
if chas.-, the methods of s
iM- WIT" ,en"
:flfiarlaa o Aaavekr.
ifjjfci'paturday Evening Past ex
tlffajilpieTelaud advances a the
Isliijyard to the suppression of
".Tft bai .been argued In ,v,n
afters that those who prh
freaeh anarchy are raeoli)
' the JfThta of free thoug'Vt
m Mr. Cleveland dnl
In his opinio?;
3d as habitual
. .! ll
Only B18.14 for Their Trouble.
Burglars blew open the safe In the
' Sedolia, Warsaw & Southwestern de
pot at Warsaw and secured only
ClillUrotho Grrrnhnuse lluniril.
fieorge W, Wetherby's fine green
house nt Chillicothe, containing many
valuable plants and flowers, was to
tally destroyed by fire.
Good Price for Shorthorn.
At a sale of Shorthorn cattlo at
Sturgeon 35 head sold for $5,2S0, or
S14S average per head.
Former Politician Insane.
T. C. Hornbuckle, who was adjudged
insane at WarrenBhurg recently, had
been prosecuting attorney of Johnson
county and chief clerk of the lower
house of the Missouri general ns
Oldest nrnaraUt Is at arnnbr.
firnnby Is tho home of perhaps the
oldest druggist in tho United States,
Dr. Henry Woods, who Is 08. no has
dispensed drugs In Oronby more than
50 years, and he still attends to busi
ness regularly seven days in the week.
Knhoka CU Well Tested.
The deep well being dug by Kahoka
for the purpose of supplying the new
waterworks and electric light plant
with water was tested Saturday. The
well is 50 feet deep and tho pump
pipe 100 feet down, and, just tapping
the water, shows a capacity of over
40 gallons per minute. This Is sntfi-1
dent to supply all demands nnd work
on the two plants will commence at
Cant well Snen for ttBO.onn Unninites,
W. 0. Cnrdwell, a former democrat
ic representative in the legislature
from Jackson county, hns filed suit nt
Kansas City ngalnst the St. Louis
Itepublic for .:.0,000 dnmnges beciiuso
of the publication ol an nllegeil lihel
oils article growing out of Cnrdwcll's
charge of boodle against members of
Open Stephens Opera Honse.
The new .Stephens opern house nt ,
Boonvllle, owned by e.-0ov, Lon V.
and W. Speed Stephens, was opened
the other night nftcr being remodeled
at a cost of S20.000. It is said to bo
the finest playhouse between St. Louis
and Kansas City.
Mlssonrl National Hunks,
The national banks of Missouri out
side tho three large cities on Septem
ber 30 showed Individual deposits of
$11,570,00, nn Increase over tho re
port of July 17.
Gann City nadir Scorched.
Fire at Ounn City, 11 miles east of
Harrlsonville, destroyed practically
every business house in the town.
The St. Louis city council has passed
Dr. Storkloff's bill declaring consump
tion a contagious disease and requir
ing physicians to report cases of tu
berculosis the same as other contagions.
Free Delivery Near Sprlnafleld.
Tho country immediately around
Springfield was treafed to Its first
experience in rural free delivery Sat
urday, Five routes were opened and
Ave carriers were in line at the post
office to receive the mall.
Director Taylor, talking about the
location that could be offered for the
model library, said: "If the library
board could mpply the funds, we
could assign them tin attractive loca
tion on the grounds, at I.imlcll boule
vard and Sklnker road, if they wished.
If they can not, tlltllculties would
niise. The library board can, I be
lieve, make available for that purpose
n part of the million dollars Mr. Cor
nejrie has offered St. Louis for a pub
lie library and branches. If they can
do this, we certainly can have ii model
library on the grounds."
AN ARMY OF WORKERS.
Washington, Nov. 12. It is under-'
stood here thnt Chan Yen Ting has
been appointed to succeed Yuan Shi
Kal as governor of tho Chinese
province of Shan Tung. Not much is
known here of Chan's personality,
save that ho is civil service man nnd
not n soldier. He is understood, also,
to hnve been appointed director of
transportation, a very important post
FOUR CHINAMEN ARRESTED.
They Are Snld to llnrc Come In In
Violation of the Chinese K.
Director nt Works Taylor lias Computed
riant Tiir th Organization of
Workers On thn 8ltr.
snail Par (or His Work.
Robert McDanlels, of Hoiden, col
ored, was sentenced by Judge Phil
Hps in the federal court to Ave years'
Imprisonment for making counterfeit
money. McDanlels sold, in pleading
for mercy, that he had managed to
get only 93 for Ms trouble.
' 'mmt Heaart ( President Jess.
last report of President Jesse,
Hate university, showed a total
it of .1,685 students, which is
. of any previous
Bla; Sale of Coal Land.
The Kansas & Texas Coal company
has bought the Watson Coal com
pany's interests near Hevler, paying
35,000 therefor. It gives the K. & T.
company the largest single body of
coal land in the state.
Miss Coekrell Will Christen It.
The battleship Missouri will bo
launched at Newport News, Va., tho
latter part of December. Miss Marios
Coekrell, daughter of Senator Coek
rell, of Missouri, has been Invited to
christen the treat ship.
St. I.ouls, Nov. 10. Director ot
Works Taylor has completed his plans
for the organization of the workers
on the World's fair site, and finds
that they will number somewhere be
tween seven nnd tipht thousand men,
including lithographers, designers,
sculptors, mural painters, color work
ers, engineers, assistant director of
works, building engineers, timekeep
ers, watchmen, draftsmen, clerical
force, hydraulic euglnecs, decorators,
borers of nrtctlan wells, sheet metal
workers, railway employes on the
grounds, tree replnnters, lumber movers-,
graders, staff workers, steel in
spectors, plumbing Inspectors, land
scape architects and gardeners, me
chanical engineers, electrical inspec
tors, superintendent of structural en
gineering, millwrights and superin
tendents of buildings,
LlUn V. to be Shipped to Kal)'.
Oninhn, Neb., Nov. 12. John D.
Creighton, owner of Llda W with a
trotting record of 3:1:1, has sold her
to L. Lamma, to be shipped to Italy
The price paid wns $.",000. The mare
is now with the Creighton stables nt
Bought Paper Plant.
Portsmouth, N. II., Nov. 12. The
White Mountain Paper Co, yesterdoy
purchased the plant and water priv
ileges of the Portsmouth Manufac
turing Co.'s property nt South Ber
wick, Me., a few miles from this city.
California Orange Crop.
I,os Angeles, Cnl Nov. 12. Corefu!
and conservative estimates of the or
anire cron of southern California foi
the season of 1001-3 indicate that It
will be from 15 to- 80 ner cent, shift
than that of last year, and the ffnilt
will be of excellent quality.
Received at Captored Caaaoa.
Utfca, N, V., Nov, 12. Secretary ot
War Boot donated to Homlltci col
lego a brass cannon weighing 800
pounds captured In the PhHIppiuea It
has been received,. '
New York, Nov. 12. Pour 'hinn
men were arrested In Jersey City on.
complaint, of n Chinese inspector of
immigration, who alleges that they
were brought Into tho country In tlo
latlon of the Chinese exclusion net. It
Is alleged that the prisoners wero
rowed across the Niagara river from
Canada by a man who wns under con
tract to deliver them In New lork foj
$150 n head.
MAY. BE TRIED IN ST. LOUIS.
The Federal Grnnd Jury lit St. Lonls
Is I,lkel- to Deal With l.on
bunah Mild I.iiurn million.
St. Louis, Nov. 12. The c:is? of
Harry Longbaugh and Alice Laura
Bullion, charged with f raging bank
mites stolen from n Great Northern
train near Wagner, Mont., when 5S).
000 was secured, will bo heard by the
November grand jury of tho United
States district court, and that body
will make a report Tuesday after
noon, in all probability returning Indictments.
Chief Desmond requested the fed
eral authorities to net, as he be
lieves a good enough case can lie made
here to put the couple out of harm's
way for a time.
SCHLEY COURT OF INQUIRY.
The Court Drains Its Executive Ses
sions In tho McLean Uulld
Washlngton.Nov. 12, At ten o'clock
Monday morning, Admiral Qeorgs
Dewey and Itcar-Admirals Henhnm
and Pamsay, composing the Schley
court of inquiry, met nt their quar
ters in the McLean building behind
closed doors, and began tho discus
sion and consideration ot evidence
brought forward In the Investigation
concluded last week.
of their theories Is thnt he was a
tramp whom liathbun had fallen In
with. The police have telegraphed
to the Little Hock authorities to hold
the corpse. A gold watch bearing the
name of "W. If. Kills" wns found on
Itiithbuii. He refuses to say where
he got It. The police say the hand
writing of "Lou Hoot." the recruit,
was very similar to the slgnaturi
"W. L. Ten Kyke" on the Jefferson
villu hotel register.
Coroner Coots of JelTersonvlllc
states that he examined the stomach
of the dead man and found traces of
enough laudnnnm to kill two men.
MUSI. It VTIIlTl N llYSTi:illC'.l,.
Sat llmpnnalhlc for Her I'lterance
Innocent of C'ollnslon.
Utile Hock, Ark., Nov. 12. The sup
posed body of Newell C. ilothbun was
yesterday turned over to the coroner
nnd placed In a vault to await an au
topsy. Attorney Henry M.Armlstead,
who 1ms been representing the Inter
ests of the family, visited the resi
dence where the body wns lying, nnd
states thnt Mrs. liathbun is so bye
; teiical and nervous that Mio hardly
j knows what she has said. He tie
' clares that she has seen the body only
once, nml being but a glance, nnd
that since that time she has been too
nearly prostrated to again undergo
the ordeal. He declares that there is
not this remotest evidence of collu
sion ou the part of tiny member of
the family In the perpetration of any
fraud. He further declares that the
family have been -frightened into
making certain statements attributed
Farmers' Itvllcf L'nlon,
Carbondnle, III., Nov. 11. The an
nual general assembly of the Farm
ers' ltellef union, an organization
among farmers, similar In character
to labor or trades unions, Is in ses-
fcion in this city. The order wus
founded two years ago by Tliomus
Crnwshnw, of this city, and has
grown rapidly. The object of the un
ion is the snlo and purchase through
an agent of nil furm goods needed
and sold on farms. Every local union
Is represented .by delegates. Philip
Halgler is president and George llaig
The officials at Topeko. both cou
ty and city, arc filled with revenge
being foiled nt Pnullne. and are lie
Ing every energy to overhaul tb
particular convicts, who they
fes to believe nro in hiding nbot
miles from the scene where ye
day's exciting eplode was laid.
Krnnk Thompson Cnptur
Topeka., Kas., Nov. 1?
Thompson, the negro lead
mutiny nt tho federal
captured last evening t
Grove by a posse under
ed States Marshal l'r
hard tight. Thompse
wounded in the her,
posse wns Injured.
Tlis Chluss Indemnity.
Washington, Nov, 12. The United
itatcs so far has not named it repre
tentative on the committee of oank-
eis ot Shanghai who were to act ns
the collectors und distributors of the
International Indemnity fund of 450,-
500,000 taels with interest. The do
lay in the case of this government Is
caused by the absence of any Ameri
can bank In China. Unless Araerlcun
financier can becoBM Interested in
a bank la the orient, the United
State will probably be obliged 'to
iiarm a aniin nscai agent, ,
STRUCK A SUP
The I.yun t'nnnl
pekn linn i
cnnnl steamer '
slowly In tl
mid with her
hole near the
night of No
when the si
ing down, n
get Info t tivr
was no Itnrac
Stpiiliniivlllc. (. i
lives were lost iv the
works yesterday niornl
after being Mooiled for
Ing reopened. Just ns J
son, Kdwnrd Simpson nnd
Dlno were let down the
wns nn expiation of gas
When the flash came up '.
engineer raised tho cage
flames, and In it were tl
Ilobcrtson and Simpson,
Van Dine has not been r
Tho "Stoker" Mayor Anmei Ofllce,
Bridgeport, Conn., Nov. 12. Dennis
Mulvihlll, tho "stoker" mayor, as
sumed otllce at noon yesterday. He
was called upon by 500 persons within
two hours, nnd about a bushel of mall
bearing congratulations nnd good
wishes wns delivered to him. Mayor
Mulvihlll wob for 30 years fireman .in
a manufacturing concern here, Dur
ing the campaign many contributions
toward defraying the expenses of hi
canvass were sent to lilm, but he re
turned the donations In every in
The Seventh National Reopened,
New York, Nov, IS. Comptroller of
the Currency Pddgeley notified tho
New York clearinghouse, yesterday at
ternoon, that the condition ot the
reorganized Seventh national bank
was satisfactory to the govern
ment; that Its affairs were In a con
dltlon where It could pay allltaobllga.
lions and that It reopened with prom
ising prospects, and that the reoelvr
had been discharged. The bank was,
la affect, In the hands of Its officers
tftna the time that this atatenrat was?
Mnrdered for a 1
Spokane, Wash., Nov.
Klein, timekeeper for th
mine, was shot and kllle I )
pony office at Mace, idol.
day, by G, T. Shuff, a irlncr,
dissatisfied with the tbnc- el:
him Saturday. Shuff vas ca
Gem and is now in tht Walla;
For Qneen Alexandra's Ci
London, Nov. 12.- King Edw
decided to have tho celebrated
Noor diamond mounted In the
of Queen Alexandra for the c
Atnrrleaa Company la Ioadi
London, Nov. 12. The Metropn.
District Eleotrlo Traction Co.,
Londou compiiny of Charles
Yerkes, has acquired an. Interest
two more projected tuve schemes I
London, intending to connect all with
the District railway,
Talked Akaat Irrlvatlea.
Washlngton,.Kov. IS. Senator War
rejf, of Wyoming, took luncheon with
the president, yesterday, ard had t.
gnaeral talk with. him ragardlag tar