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THE ABOUB, 8ATOBPAT DECEMBER 18 1897.
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faat I wo aid feel a t boo I waa
smothering. I had to ait ap la bed
nights la artlef to bivalh. I was ao
weak I eonld aot do aajthlng.
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Lydle E. ftakhaaVa Vegetable Com
posed, aad aaed thr package cf
Faaative Wash, and can say I am
perfectly tared. I do aot think I
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barn's medicie bad aot betped n.-
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BLT MOTXIaA.at rsmafcrMtXewTetfe
Tbe Scene of Four Successful
M1DC rilOCS BT JiUS G156.
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Baa IW TW Crarkar kt Wk. Dwall
TkitiakiM Bapathaaa WUk thm OaS
haw, aaval II la Bar tat Cam Tie
Mae eat la tm Cm Ck'..mn and AV.ia r U
r tkt) BtlW ) of lWfarfrarai, Mo.,
art U a.lk-a rM 4 Kukm City. Toaaavbo
1 tSrt tlaH I dlaanimtaHng. It la
a4 atark f a rat. Tk tin clar banks oa
Aaaons; railmad snm bine) cut baath
Mine drrad aliiflranoa a red light Both
aft a dantrr.
I'otir Umr the rrd lljtht baa fiaahed Its
waralrff thnmsh blue cut and the a-tins
cf Lamtlu hate btn tbrtut Into the train
nea'afarra. No rmMm wns errr offiTrU
to the Mitlawa, U there bad been, tbe
Una rlar of the cat would bare beca
aUinrd Crimsna arllh lifvtkioiL
Railway arrrrt acrrtce mm brllere plans
are lirtnu l.tll fur anothrr bold up la the
t Unity. Thy think tbe mtiKt eflcrtuiU
war of rntiina a atnp to the avrk of
trinira U to kill a frw train ml liter. Thoy
will prohablT aclTiae too anuitia of train-
mrnand when the next tluie marked
sVsta-raiVaa bar the way there may be a
Harp, quick battle, and luunier way be
Woe rat was mad famous by the
Jamra pan. Tbry at lcrted It for the acrno
of one of their moat Oaring bold tips t
ran It waa hlrallr loratrd for auch des-
prrat baaim-sa. Imitators of tho Jumps
bnys nar arhtted It f tbe same roaaon
aa well as tarauae of th (clamour which
hanics over It and th Serrur which It In
It is not the cut Itarir which Is so well
adapted to the train robbers' purposes. It
at the location.
Tbe country roundabout la sailed Crack
PCTSX OF THE LAST
ertteck. Tbe oldest citizen, who knows
vrrjihlnir rln dor not rcmemlier what
gave It the rutme. It la imppoanl to have
grmn otit of the phwantri-s between tho
MkMtnirl ln!ir barkers and the Kansas
Jaykawker In tbe sixties. It Is simply a
ak-kaame. It lf mmnlngleiM, but infinite
ly ansartiv by Its uncouthness of tbo
wlH atrrtra t4 muntry.
Tbe ground la broken and enrered with
a growth f srrub timlar. lnigv tt nrk
Jnl rvut wbifrvrr the soil washoa. llahita
tktfts are for apart, as a rule, bnt there urn
tw or tbrr hrura within a short dla
tMkretif thr cut. One stands above It on
the bill and another half way down th
s)nf on the other sirin. Tbo robbers are
ant U4herrd by this, tbongh. They know
that If the prnpks who live there are not
their frtrmla tbry are at least too wise to
Two tat th men susperted of having en
gagnl In tb Ut (Virago and Alton hold
op wrrratterHllnija dance at a bouse with
in kjit a mile of the cut tb night Itor
currrd. They stepped out It Is believed,
ettetMbd to th little business on band
aad vent lark to the festal seen with a
oaarkMiarw of work well done.
Although th pnt Is so wild, roads lead
fnm near by In arveral directions to Kan
aa City. That Is why blue eut Is pre
fTred over other lonely sputa. Tb bandits
nearly always maka their rw-apo to Kan
sas City, where tbty am safer than In tb6
Kime of tb best people In Jackson
county lite In tbe section, but the major
ity are Crarkernerker, a term always
spoken with a significant tnlbetbin. Usu
aUy when It la turd by the people of tho
rnunty it means sympathizers with train
Mlila-rs. At the tcry b-at some of them
bats seen the Insldo of a penitentiary and
crra to want to keep all other Creckcr
aerks frnan doing am Tber are many at
targe who are ItHcttU to bo cntitludtoa
state living, and many others are proud to
bear the name of nx n who bavo left rcc
oeiU f mnr r and jullago. lVople capa
ble of f.rling such pride. It need scarcely
bs said, are not the prork to turn up train
Blue cut It rmlly a nrceslon of small
rut. The track Is very enned. The bold
ar have not all oreurred at tbe same spot
but allot thrra have been along tbe stretch
of track which tb Crackcrnecks call blue
Tb James boys stopped their train on
tb curve In the center of th scries of
cats, fetrral were eiat fcrted of complicity
la that 4 and on or two were acnt up
bar p rjury.
The areond hold opeeeumd In ISSi. In
both of lbrrtrN twiHlila went through tb
train and rultwd th vx-tiTS.
tk-t. i'i. is. a wtt bouud train was
bet.l ap ju.l cwt taf th.- ruL All that th
roMa-rt ubtainrd was X from tb ngl
aerr and 1 10 from a eurtons paaarnger
who went furward to see wkat tbe matter
I wa. iin ii nmams t.ucr an eaat DO una
trala waa stopped a mil and a half east of
IattnvaueiK. near tbe rroastng of tbe
lllcaa.1 and Alb andth allauvrt Is
ctCe track. Th engine, asprrni car and
a Iheairk-aJ rr were eat ion. The lead
er of tbe bandits climbed in the cab and
raa It down to th etii. The safe waa rob
bsUaf U.3.1 aoda ktof valgus Jewelry.
JtZ a.' 4aav fill" I . ..iasal II
Tbe engine was then cut loose, tbe throt
tle thrown open and it raa wild thro orb
Glendale at trrriSo speed. Beyond there
It etrork a steep grade and died.
Tbe bait bold op la the rlclnirr was on
tbs bliasourl 1'aclfle. An east bound train
was atopprd a mil and a half east of the
srswing of the two roads. Tbe engineer
was commanded to get out of tbe cab. Be
did not obey quickly enough, and soreral
shots were fired la to tbs cab, but be was
Th enjrine, batTtg car and express
car were cut off and run down three-quar
ter of a mil to a cut. AU that tbe rob
bers obtained was (170 from the express
mrngrr. They attempted to blowup
tbe safe, but tbe fuse fizzled out and they
Dec a me alarmed and went away.
Bloodhounds were obtained from Sheriff
Butler of Bates county. They followed
tbe trail to a tree In a pasturs near by and
then their Boars went up In th air. At
tbe spot was found a lap robe and a shot
ark, and the tracks showed that the rob
bers bad bad a buggy bitched there.
The secret service people and the local
oQciols are hopeless of ever obtaining
rontlctlon of this class of offenders In
Tbe officers claim to know who did the
bit job, but their experience In the past
with the courts of Jackson county bos
been so discouraging that they hesitate to
make arrests. It is tho difficulty of con-Tk-tlng
this class of offenders In the coun
ty that has led tbe secret service men to the
conviction that only by billing a man or
two can tbe thing be stopped.
Several times the authorities have
thought tbey bad a sure case, only to be
dlwiiipointed. Hugh McHcnry was sus
peeled of having a band In the 1884 hold
up. It was his hand that drew suspicion
to him. Ho bod lost come fingers. So had
one of the robbers. lie was arrested at his
borne, six miles north of Topcka, on the
Kaw, by Marshal Mcll llulne of Inde
pendence. Tho porter of tho train and a
aeiiger named Lou Ugitctt identified
him by bis hand, from which all four fin
gers wore gone A fino revolver taken from
one of tho passengers wsa found hanging
to tho bcdost at his homo when ho was
arrested, and tberowas other strong evi
donee, but bo was acquitted on tbo evi
denco of a nuiglilwr, who swore McIIcnry
was at bomo that day.
ELCE CUT HOLD VP.
HIS UNFORTUNATE MANIA.
Will Urn Dafllry May Bervw a Ufa Sea-
teae For SUaUIng Chk-krna.
One of tho strangest thieves In tho world
Is William Iludley, who lives at Wilmlng
ton, O. Somo years ago bo developed a
mania for stealing chickens. TIo could not
reUt stealing a chicken when an oppor
tunity presented iUelf.
Dudley never stole anything but chick
ens. Whenever be saw a fine fat pullet
his Angers would contract, and If It were
possible for him to do so ho would secure
that bird for his fles-h pot on the first dark
night thnt followed.
Imprisonment in the county jail and re
peated uncs had no effect upon him. When
every other method bad been tried to cure
Dudley of his pred.itory habit, an appeal
was iiiodo to the Ohio legislature. Tbe
member from Clinton county, X. M. Lin
ton, a lawyer, residing at Wilmington.
drew up a bill making it a penitentiary
offense to steal chickens from a closed
coop. The 1)111 Wat naiwed. Oddly enoueh.
tbo flrrt person sent to the penitentiary
under the new law was a colored man.
sentenced for raiding a coop belonging to
air. union, author of tbo bilL
An opportunity soon earn for Dudley.
lie stolo chickens, and Juno 22, 1876, be
was sent to the penitentiary for ono Tear.
Serving out his term, he returned home
and stolo some more chickens. Nov. 24.
1M0, ho was again sent to tbe peniten
tiary, this time fur two years. At the close
of bis term he appeared again at Wilmins
tun with bis appetite whetted for chicken
by blslongeonfincmcnt His habits caused
bim several short terms of imprisonment.
in the winter of 1M7 be made tho mis
take of stealing chickens from tho coop of
Captain Melville Hayes. For this theft he
was sentenced to the penitentiary for seven
years. After bo was released faoiu the
prison at the end of his term he gave up
tbe pursuit cf small game for awhile. But
on tbe fright of July 23, 1897, ho was again
arrested for stealing chickens from the
coop of a Wilmington tucr-.-hant Tbe
proof Is positive.
Dudley Is now lying In tho Wilmincton
jail awaiting trial, with tbe prospect of
Imprisonment for life staring him In tbe
lac. Tbe law provides that after a trim
Inal bas been sentenced to the penitentiary
tore times fie must be imprisoned for life.
Mr. tVtaamt Dya Her Hair.
Those who know I'm. Oliver Hazard
IVrry Belmont when they sec her have
discovered a marked change in her appear
ance. Many are unable to tell at first
glance exactly what It la. It Is evident,
however, and striking. Sbo looks ten
years younger than aba did a month ago.
and th ruauuiblanc between her and her
daughter, tho Duchess of Marllwrongh, U
stronger than ever. Mrs. Belmont has
dyed her hair. It ued 1 1 be black, almost
raven black. TVt was welL several
years ago. Only L. ; season, though, did
tb streaks of gray become rcoliy notice
able. ty reason of social cares and domes
tic difficulties. Now she bas hair of a cob
which la known In tb trad as a "Xo. 4
dtratnut" a sort of reddUh brown. Th
result Is an extraordinary change in her
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SCORES VEREIIl PERIL
Six-Story Hotel at Grand Forks,
N. D., on Fire and But One
Way of Escape. ;
D0WI A LADDER ONE FOOT VIDE.
trip Ba Ta Be Had by AU th Gamta at
O'clock la th Jfsrnlng This Klad mi
Waathar Slaanat a Mtracto That Ther
Was Kst a Boloeaaat to Reard- -Thee
Missing, as It la Children Cre
te a Fir at Kaaaaa City.
Minneapolis, Dec 18. A special to
The Journal from Grand Forks, N. D.,
says: A. C Howe and wife, and a pas
senger agent of Minneapolis, are now sup
posed to have been burned to death In
the fire yesterday morning. No trace of
them can be found. Tbe name of th
railroad man Is not known.
Grand Forks, N. D., Dec 18. Fire
broke out at 4:30 yesterday morning In
Nash Bros,' wholesale grocery store.
and half an bour later bad gone into
tbs Hotel Dakotah, in which building 130
guests were housed. Tbe "Lady In
Black" company escaped as did the
other people in the hotel by the fire es
cape, a ladder one foot wide running
from the sixth floor to the first. The
Are department rescued a large number.
and but for the timely assistance hun
dreds of persons would have been
burned. Half the people In the hotel
Were almost pulled out of bed, and then
shown the only way of escape, which
was by the iron ladder. By 8: 30 the Ho
tel Dakotah, Nash Bros.' wholesale gro
cery, and the Grand Forks Mercantile
company's wholesale grocery house.
were burned, and all the buildings on
both sides of Third street for two
blocks had suffered loss.
Total Los of Nearly a Million.
Plate glass was wrecked; furniture
from flats adjoining was strewn in all
parts of the street In Indiscriminate
heaps. Nash Bros, carried a stock of
$130,000, covered by half that much In
surance, and the Grand Forks Mercan
tile company about the same. The hotel
Is valued at $175,000. All buildings are
owned by the Security Trust company.
of Nassau, N. H., and probably will not
be rebuilt. The burned district Is the
business portion of the city and the
blow to the business is a most severe
one. The burned wholesale buildings
are valued at $100,000. Fagan, wholesale
cigars; John Austin, hair rewer lab
oratory; Robert Bergh, drugs, and the
Peerless Machine company occupied
stores in the hotels and lost everything.
The loss mill aggregate $450,000 on
storks, furniture, etc., and $300,000 on
buildings totally destroyed, while other
losses will probaly reach $100,000 more.
Kansas City. Dec 18. Mrs. Granville
Morgan, a negress, locked her two lit
tie girls, one 3 years and one 10 months
old. In her house yesterday afternoon.
While the woman was away the house
burned down and both were cremated.
Fire Stopa the Street Hallway.
Port Huron, Mich., Dec. 18. Fire yes
terday In the electric light plant did
damage estimated at $100,000. The City
Electric railway is paralyzed, as its mo
tive power was furnished by the electric
light plant. The four generators be
longing to the street car company were
ruined. Their original cost was $10,000,
and they were partially Insured. Horse
ears has been started running. Many of
the stores depended upon elactricty for
CREEDON WAS HARDLY IN IT.
Kataaaa Selby Cndoabtedly th Middle
weight Champion of the World.
New York, Dec 18. Norman Selby, of
Rush county, Ind, better known In
pugilistic circles as Kid" McCoy, lsun
doubtedly the middleweight champion
pugilist of the world. He met Dan
Creedon, of New Zealand, last night in
the arena of the Puritan Athletic club
at Long Island City, and after fighting
fifteen lively rounds made the foreigner
threw up the sponge and acknowledge
th "Hoosier's" superiority. Long be.
fore the big event took place the frame
building In which it was held was
crowded to excess and bets were freely
made with McCoy the favorite at 10 to
The "Kid's" wonderful science and
self-possession were always in evidence
and these combined with the advantage
of height and reach enabled him to out
point his more stocklly built antagonist.
From the moment the men put up their
hands in the opening round McCoy's
stock began to ascend and it was bis
After the two preliminary bouts had
been wound up Mayor P. J. Gleason
walked up the main aisle and was re
ceived with cheers.,.. There were loud
cries for a speech, to which the mayor
replied. He said In part: "Gentlemen,
I am not John L. Sullivan nor McCoy
nor Creedon. I am the mayor of this
city, and I bid yon all welcome This
is the first time I have entered the As
uc ring scientifically, but I ca assure
yon that any person who came here to
night to see a prize fight had better go
right now to the box office and get bis
money back. This ring will only be oc
cupied by men who take part In boxing
Agreed a All Bnt Eight Bonn.
London, Dec 18. The conference be
tween tbe representatives of the strlk
Ing engineers and tha employers sat
late yesterday and arrived at a pro
visional agreement, except on tbe
eight-hour question. As to that point.
despite a long discussion, the employ
era declined to yield even In the slight
est degree. The conference adjourned
to Dec' 28 to enable tbe men to take a
ballot on the present situation, and it is
believed that the men will abandon the
Mr Sranilal la Frewe. Politico.
Paris, Dec IB. In conesquence of the
report of tb preliminary committee
which baa been Inquiring Into the Pan
ama dealing of members of parliament
M. Antlde Boyer, representing the Fifth
district of Marseilles, and MM. Plan
teau, Laisant and Gillard, former mem.
bers of the chamber of deputies, have
All lovers are alike, and that is why
iiney rxareepoaa. unean Jrlca-
SHE HELD HER TONGUE.
A St Loals Woman Wk Maintained SV
lene For Twvnty Teat.
For 20 years Kate Scbieber has not spo
ken a word to any living souL Her silence
was tbe result of a vow made In pique and
Now she is crazy, admittedly insane.
with little prospect of recovery. She has
been transferred from the St Louis City
hospital to the Insane asylum, a Victim of
holding her tongue and a solemn warn
ing to others of her sex who may be tempt
ed to take vows which they cannot keep.
Kate fcchieber was a sensiblo girl Sv
Tears ago, as far from Insanity as any ono
wbo could be imagined, she baa a terri
ble temper and an iron will which was her
greatest mental fault
When MiRS Schieber was a little girl,
her father died of tho cholera. Kate and
her sister wero put to work as early in life
as they were ablo to do anything. Kate
became a seamstress, and as she grew old
er developed considerable talent as a fino
needleworker and fancy embroiderer.
She was a protty child, with bright and
winning ways, and grew to be a beautiful
woman. She bad suitors by tbe score.
None she seemed to care for excepts band-
some youth about her own age. He was
apparently devoted to her, and for some
time happiness smiled into tho life of tbe
After awhile, however, the devotion of
the favored suitor ceased. Her f rionds an-
tainklngly teased her about the In con-
KATE SCHIEBER AS SHE LOOKS KOW.
fancy of her lover, and her family did the
same, their nagging encouraged by her
evident anger. This went on for some
time. Kate becaino morose and worried
and shunned bcr friends and relatives.
Ono day an aunt determined to find out
tho cause of the estrangement of Kate and
her lover and if possible effect a reoon
dilation. With this purpose in view she
quizzed Kato closely. Tho girl resonted
tho questioning, and after a short cross fire
of words declared in a passionate tono that
she would never again speak to her aunt,
to any of her relatives or to any one chjo
as long as she lived.
"Oh, Kate," cried the annt, "don't do
sucn a frightful thing!"
"Well," said tho girl hesitatingly, "I
I shall not speak to any one until I am 60
"Kate, Kate," screamed the now thor
oughly frightened annt, "speak to mel"
There was no answer except that tho reso
lute lips were even more firmly compressed.
That was SO years age Miss Schieber is
now 45. Sho bas never spoken. For a
long time sho retained possession of all
hor faculties and worked daily, but In the
second year of her silence the strain began
to telL She began to get flighty. In time
this became positive mania. Her health
was undermined, her understanding was
wrecked, and by slow degrees she became
What she is today, o hopeless wreck.
- Five years remain of Kate Sohlebcr't
self imposed sentence of silence Whether
sbo will speak at the end of that tlmo. If
she lives, is doubtful, as hsf insanity Is
ocuevoa to do incurable.
Out for Governor of Michigan.
Detroit,' Dec. 18. A "special to The
Tribune from Jackson, Mich., says: Ex.
Representative James O'Donnell, editor
of the Jackson Citizen, has declared
himself as Republican candidate for the
next nomination for governor in oppesi
Uon to Governor Pingree. His campaign
slogan will be economy in state affairs.
Theodore Sickles, charged with steal.
Ing a horse at Little Chute, Wis., was
captured at Quinnesec, Mich.
Four different parties were arrested
at Roscommon, Mich., for hounding
deer this fall and all were convicted.
Philippine island rebels have sur
rendered to the Spanish forces and their
leaders have signed a treaty of peace-
Louis Gorsline, a one-armed hunter
of St Louis, Mich., has killed more than
175,000 sparrows in the last three years.
A girl of 4 and a babe were cremated
in tne nre that burned Albert Kellnor,
of Muchakineck, la., out of house and
Captain Anson and A. G. Spauldlng.
of the Chicago Base Ball club, arrived
at New York yesterday on the steamer
Five persona father, mother and
three children were found, at Chicago
almost dead from hunger and cold by a
Nearly $1,000,000 was paid out by the
Plymouth. Wis., banks to cheesemakera
In the vicinity of that town during the
Five children of Patrick Leahy, of Ot
tawa, Ont, the oldest but years, were
burned to death In the fire that de
stroyed their home.
xweive-year-oia jonn Bcnmiat was
killed by a trolley car at Chicago while
running away frc.a an aged man.
tnougbt by tbe cbi.u to be Santa Claus.
Professor Walter 8. Perry, who had
been for nearly twenty-seven years su
perintendent of the Ann Arbor, Mich.
public schools, died Thursday. He waa
K years old.
Zona Olson, of Northfield, near Black
River Falls. Wis., bas been declared
insane, and will probably be sent to
Mendota. Trouble over a love affair is
alleged to be the cause.
A new pest called the crown gaU.
which attacks tbe roots of peach tree.
has been discovered. Bordeaux mix
ture and the destruction of the trees ta
the only known remedy.
Earl Butler, living near Richland
Center, Wis.. Jumped a small stream
with a revolver la his hip pocket. The
weapon was discharged, the ball pass
ing into the calf of his leg, Inflicting a
It b fapraaarlr to proma particular feahacs that wiU apesar in tbs
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