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THE WEALTH MAKERS.
July 19, 1894 m robbers di fur. THREE OP THE LONGVISW DES PERADOES KILLED. ESOOGHT DOWH BT THE DEPUTIES, A Fourth Oae Captured The Hand Was En Bout From the Trinity Hlvar Country to Detroit, Texas, Where They Intended to Fob An other Hank mt Up m Hard right. Dir. is, Tex., July 10. Advices from the deputy United States marshal who have been in pursuit of the Long- view bank robbers in the Trinity river country near Clarksvlllo, state that the posse came upon four of the band to-day and in the fight following an attempt to arrest them, three rob bers were killed and the fourth cap tured. The bodies of the dead will be taken to Paris, Texas, this after noon by the posse. The band, it is reported, were en route to Detroit, Texas, to rob a bank there. JEALOUSY'S AWFUL WORK. A Nevada llmband Klllt Two Men li In Turn Shot bjr Ills Wife. Lovkmck's, Nev., July lfl. Mrs. Eobert Logan of this place, recently applied for a divorce from her hus band, who was insanely jealous of her. A few days ago she went to Cottonwood to visit her mother. Logan followed, and that night at tacked and severely wounded Dan Lovelock, the stage driver. Mrs. Logan brought the stage back. Wednesday she went to Cottowood to bring Lovelock home and drove with the wounded man on the seat beside her. Fred Kulllvan, a strsnger, was on the rear seat. About dusk Logan rode up on horse back, lie was armed with a Win chester and ordered his wife to leave the stage and go with him. She re fused, saying she was going home. Logan then said he would go too and rode on behind. About two hours later Mrs. Logan heard a shot and, turning, saw Sullivan fall with a bul let through his heart. Then the mur derer shot Lovelock, who was too weak to defend himself, and he fell dead in Mrs. Logon's lap. Logan then got into the stage and taking the reins from his wife drove to the well, into which he said he in tended to throw the bodies of the murdered men, and then would kill his wife. She persuaded him to water the horses first and as he stooped to secure a bucket from under the stage she took a pistol from Lovelock's pocket and when he arose she shot him. lie begged for mercy, but tak ing aim, she fired again and he fell behind the stage. She dismounted and fired one more shot Into her bus band's prostrate form to make sure that he was dead. Leaving Logan's body lying in the dust, the plucky woman drove into town with the other dead men and told the news. SHOT THROUGH THE HEART. Two Men Ambush and Assault a Third, hen Murder Kesnlted. MoiiEitLY, Ma, July 16. Alex Mo Cambridge and Burt Kimmell, brake men here, ambushed and assanltod Charlie Clark, a brakeman, who has been working during the strike, yes terday afternoon, striking him in the mouth and nose. Clark shot Mr. Mc Cambridge through the heart. Kim mell took hold of a by-stander and, keeping him between Clark and hiin aelf, backed away until Clark was ar rested. Clark was hurried to the de pot heavily guarded, nnd a few min utes later placed on a train ami taken to Mexico for safe keeping. Clark and McCambrldge each have a wife and two children, Clark ,s parents live at Laddonia and are highly re- . "d " ..RMED BY A PRESIDENT. The Chief Magistrate of Honduras Easily Overpowers an Aasaaslu. TECi'cioAi.riiA, July 16. A man named Morales is under arrest on a charge of attacking President liinilla with a dagger. The president dis armed him and turned him over to the police. Mr. Cleveland at a Wedding, BmARD's IUv, Mass., July 14 The wedding of Charles Archibald Urown, son of Edwin Lee Urown, the Chicago glass manufacturer, to Mla Hester Wentworlh, niece of Mrs. Joseph Jefferson, took place at iu to-day at "The Crow's Nest," Mrs. JeftVr. son's country home. The He v. A. Kdward I lor ton of liton. performed ffie ceremony. Mrs. (irover Cleveland end Commodore and Mr. K. C. ltoue diet were among the guest. A Whalluc Kark tmMt In Ire. 8m I'M xctmtn, July 14. The steam er Lkiue,her from lrity lorT WUint. reports the tUt Iims if the whaling bark A kraut Hski-r on May T In the lie oft cape Maverlu. The entire crew were puked up by Mi haling bark llirstuk The Abrattt l?kfr wa owned by Win ft .Sw llw.lf.ird, Mas. Male 1tMBiMt I'm In I'rtaua, Rout, July 4 A telegram rveolved her lfvn Tsafivr rpru that Muley Mohan tuetUhe sulUa el lr brother, feat been ItuprUotted by the governor ft that en fr tntritfutr to taduee the Mer!u) l;hmtu UiU to prj eteittt tttiu tuiuo. lt at M Mae Cull est Ma, July IVM mil vast of tuluMUa eventuf 'l . m UUtap?, a4 W. ! and tntUutly killed Uri.r.t McNutt. ajed J I. with whuw he ba l W on tad terms tr Msoallts, MoNeM Udr w nt fuur.4 eail fuf ;."., had rMUm to foUatUia aJ unn trl. LATEST TARIFF REPORTS. Iron Likely to Remain on the DaltabU List Con eoss Ions to the Horn Washington, July, 16. It was an nounced to-day that the tariff conferreea had agreed to scale down the ootton schedule about five per cent from the senate rate and the woolen schedule also has been brought down a considerable per cent, making it more in accordance ' with the house rates while the tobacco schedule hat been bnought back to the house rate on the important item of wrappers, the rate being 81 instead of the senate rates of 81,50 and $2.25. The metal schedule has not been materially changed from the rates fixed by the senate. Neither iron nor steel has been carried back to the free list as in the house bill and while the decision is not final there is every reason to believe that the senate rate of forty cents per ton on each will stand. The income tax has not yet been reached but there Is little disagr-ie ment except on the item of limiting the tax to nxe years ana on this the con ferrees have not yet come together. The issue between the ad valorem and snecilic rates thus far has not re suited in as much of a return to the house ad valorem rates as was expect ed, as it has been found that in some cases the ad valorem rates were greatly in excess of the specific. The whisky schedule hus been a source of determined contest for two days, the main effort being to secure a compromise on the basis of 81 per gallon and an extension of the bond lug period to five yearn. This is ro slsted on the ground that while it is an apparent increase of ten cents in the tux, it will, In fact, yield the government no additional revenue. The house conferrees are willing to grant an extension of two years over the time nxea by the house bill for the bonded period on whisky, but the senators are holding out for the en tire period of eight years and for tne full twenty cents a gallon increase of the tax. THE ENDEAVORERS. More Enthusiasm lhan Ever at the Convention Ventures of the Day. Cleveland, Ohio, July 10. The oppressive heat of yesterday was followed by a refreshing lake breeze to-day, increasing the enthusiasm, if such a thing were pos sible, of the great multitude attend ing the sessions of the Christian En deavor convention. The big tent meet ing which was presided over by Rev, 11. II Tyler, D. D., of New York, was opened with the usual praise and prayer service. An open discussion came next upon "What are the ben efits of international fellowship," conducted by Dr. James Lewis Howe of Louisville, Ky. After many brief reports from the denomina tional rallies and prayers for broth ers and sisters in other lands, the ltev. Wayland lioyt of Minneapolis spoke upon the topic "Interdenomina tional Fellowship." me morning exercises at Saenger fest hall were largely devoted to the junior society, followed by brief re ports, presentation of diplomas, praise service and short addresses. CHAMP CLARK HEARD FROM. The Mlisourlan Vlolonly Attacks the Civil Horvlie Law. Washington, July 1(1. After pass ing a bill fur the construction of a bridge across the Mississippi river at Eagle Point, Dubuque, the house went into committee on the whole to consider the bill for the creation of a retired list for disabled otlicers of the revenue iuarinesservice. Mr. Clark of Missouri in the course of his remarks, made a general as sault on the civil service system, which he declared was the most mon umental fraud of the eentury. "Not en men in this house,' ho said, "could stand an examination for a SHOO clerkship. Why, they asked one man over there how many British soldiers were sent here during the revolutionary war. The appli cant replied that he did not know the exact number, that he knew a more came over than went back." 1,-ifci THISTLE MUST CO. A Million Dollar .day lie Appropriated for eradicating the Weed. Washington, July lfl. Senator ITansbrough of North Dakota, has been authorized by the commit tee on agriculture to report as an amendment to the agricultural ap propriation bill un appropriation of 81,uou,ooo for the extermination of the Russian thistle, the amount to bo dis bursed to governors of tlu various states under direction of the secretary of agricultu re. Killed by I.Uhtulug. Silvkh Curr, Col., July Id. During a sever,' ectrle storm I'nder Sheriff White was almost intiantly killed by lightning and hi wife received a se vere shock, Liu hltiiug also struck the residence f tieorge Raymond, stunning Mrs, Raymond and her two children. Ike MlnneMll a I Iyer. llosTo. July lit, The new cruiser Minneapolis made her ortlcial trial trip tu-dsy. Her average wed dur lug the four hvtur' ctieeutive run it estimated at M knot which, it ver ified by the rUcial timekeeper, would five her t , premium. kMv' Army U a , Wiuiiimi, W. Ve., July la. The retutiaitU tf Kelly' ln.UtrUl army, whleli arrived her Ust wight. were arrested an I ntno-d to nfteeitdays vaeh In the w.irkh u. Vre ant peeled aed will U trvsiel In the same way, I rwfeMr tuiMthU terr lit. llnui. July -Prof. Hermann UeliuWI, th ditingullvtl terw eientist, ttUu ws UUoit suddenly 111 Ihuradtr, U tuiferint" froJH paralsla Of the leftside, la Ctftviuuelt M7C"Teny Mull a a has Ua granted a divorce and II, sUimom)' fiAHH the ! ball pitcher tt tha ground tt etreitta cruelly. h was given the custody of their aUild. DEMOCRATIC PRAYER. a via This week we take up onr regular political devotional services where we left off some weeks ago, Mr. Morgan having consented to do the praying for several weeks yet, or until a sub stitute can be found. This series of "prayers" la taken from the National Reformer, a bright Populist paper published at Hardy, Ark. I'rayer. Our political father which art In Washington, Orover be thy nane. Thy congress come. Thy will be done in the regular ses sion, as it was in the extra one. Give us this day our usual cussing. And forgive us our political sins as we forgive the republicans who have sinned against us. Lead us not into the temptation of riches, but deliver us into poverty. Thy name is great, most gracious master and, like thy stomach, growing greater every day. Thou surveyest the cmlng storm and thy eye qualleth not, nor dost thy hand, which is trained to hold the fishpole, tremble a little bit. ' Thou sittest serene upon thy throne, and ruleth thy people with an eye ingle to thy pocketbook. Thou art like the duck that preadeth its downy wings and wimmetn upon the giussy bosom of the lake to ally unconscious of the thousand fathoms beneath. Panics come and go, but they harm not a hair of thy head. Thou boldest out thy hand, " and the golden shekels fa 1 into it like drops of ra n on a summer's day. Thou stretchest out thy leg, and lo, the newspaper corre pondents break their necks in their wild scramble to aee which leg it is thou stretchest, that they may report it to their papers. Thou takest snuff, ana every moth er's son of us sneezes. Thou stumpest thy toe, and lo, we all limp. Thou gettest on a howling drunk, and heaven and earth are bent to keep it a secret. Oh, mighty C eveland, we are proud of thee. Thou art our king, our savior, our prophet, our all. Vk hen thou sayest come, we come When thou sayest go, we go. When thou sayest stop, we break short off. We are democrats. It is the business of a democrat to do as he is told. Whatever thou tellest us to do, that we will do We belong to thee. We would rather bask in thy frown, and be patted on the back by the fel low who wants to be a democratic sheriff or clerk for 83,000 a year, than to see our wife "all smiles to-night, love," and our children clothed and well f. d Already, most worshipful master, the local politician has twisted his face into a radiant smile. We got two smiles and a drink yesterday, and, oh, mighty Cleveland, our heart leaped for joy. Most worshipful master, the Popu lists sorely distress us. They ply us with questions, and talk about princi ples and platforms. What do we know about principles? What do we care about platforms? We only know that there is one kind of democrat, divided into two classes. The duty of one class is to hold office and draw salaries. This is patriotism. The duty of the other class is to vote as they are told. This is democracy. We are expected to get our salary out of 40-cent wheat and 7-cent cot ton. This Is business. That is all we know. That is all we want to know. Sticking to the party while we go ragged and hungry, both us and our children, W proof of our democracy. We glory in otr faith and firmness. We will work it t ut on this line if it takes our lives, our farms, and all we have. We see glory enough In one cam paign to last us t another. We would rather carry a torchlight In a democratic procession than to dwell in a house of plenty with our wife and children. We would rather wear a demovratle rooster in our hat than to be clothed In fine raiment and take our tired wife a buggy rl'og, We see now, on, most gracious ntaster.the benefits of thy geld policy. It hsa re moved in ney; "the love of ahich l the root of all evil," from oui BlldiL No more can the jingle u( the dan reroussiuiT be heard In the land. It has stopped, trade, 'the fellow that was cheating us robbing u-ca rob us no wore. We are at rock bottom, It has made va content with that Station vf life to which it has pleased Uo4 la fall u. We are now la a fit conditio to vote the dHc rtttt tWkei We don't know any belter. We don't want ta know any better. We were promised gwod times, We didn't get tkeiu. That Is to reason we should forsake thee, moat worshipful master, lk a It pleasetk the, Lie like a dog. Promise that which thou don't la tend to give. Coax us up with a smile, and fire ns away with a kick. We will still worship thy name. We will still prove that we are good democrats by voting the ticket We love thee. We worship thee. We adore thee. Take us. Take our wives. Take our children Take our farms. Take our manhood. Turn us out of home, with hungry wives and children, but we will ever worship and adore thy name, and vote the democratic ticket forever and for eve. Amen. CHA GEO AGAINST MR. COXEY. We print below the precise charges brought against Coxey, Browne and Jones, in order that the public may know the exact situation. The sub sidlzed press have misrepresented this matter to such an extent that the plain facts seem necessary. The information filed by Assistant District Attorney Mullowney states that "Carl lirowne, Christopher C. Jones and Jacob H, Coxey, on the 1st day of May, with force and arms, did unlawfully enter upon the grounds of the United States capitol.and did then and there display a certain flag nnd banner designed and adooted to bring into public notice a certain organiza tion and movement known and de scribed as 'J. S. Coxey Good Roads Association of the United States and Commonweal of Christ,' against the form of the statute in such case made and provided and against the peace and government of the United States " The second count declares that the three defendants on the same day "did unlawfully enter upon the grounds of the United States capitol and injured certain plants and shrubs and turf then and there belt g and growing, by stepping and trampling upon the same." We want every man and woman in this country to read the above care fully, that the real crime for which these men were held in 8500 bonds by a court in this city may be understood There were fully 20,(i00 people in this gathering who trampled on the grass, and not one of them has been arrested, After all this blaze of trumpets and call to arms to drive off "the enemy," as the Washington papers designated this army of the commonweal, the only breach of peace committed waa tresspassing on the grass plat abont the capitol. The cry of "Shamel Shame!" should go up from every one. National Watchman. PULLMAN LABORERS. An Effort Made to Have Them Return to Work. The local officials at the Pullman shops are making a strong but quiet effort to get enough of the strikers to agree to return to work to justify them in opening up the works again. A mass meeting has been called for to-mo iow night at Rowland hall, One Hundred and Eleventh 6treet and Michigan avenue, at which the ques tion of returning to work will be dis cussed and a vigorous effort made to carry the meeting in favor of that move. The reason for beginning the work of winning back the strikers in Rose land is a curious one. The great ma jority of the 1'ullman employes who live in Roseland belong t the First Reform Holland church, of which Rev. lialster Van Ess is the pastor. Mr. Van Ess his a strong influence with his congrega tion and holds some peculiar views on social and economic quest ons. He has always preached against her labor unions on the ground of his op position to secret societies and the ad ministering of oaths to members in the ceremony of initiation. Helving upon these facts the agents of the company have concluded that their best chance to effect a broach in the ranka of the strikers is by means of the Roseland contingent Many of the ltoselund men own their own homes, and those who rent pay little more than half as much as is charged by the I'uliman company for Ita houses. 'I h y would consequently be aide to make their meager wages go much farther than the men who rent from the company. Chicago Times. A f'UPULISr COLONY. Not content to await the slow pro gress of reform in politic, leading Iowa 1'opu lists bare organised to make Immediate practical application of their trorl? in a "model com tnunlty" or colony. The present sec retary of the I'opullst state commit tee, jJ. E H !s tan of les Moines, U t'je crlry t'f the new orgaalsa tloa The plan, which Is unlike anything ever lefore proposed, combine the "single tss" or George theory with regard to )and( the initiative deed rafrvndttuM suet surtrsgei paper nioael pubile operation of nubjU utilities and eo-opvraitve distribution (r tehaage-eU under the law of eial freedom. "Kvery man has free dom, to d. all that he wills, provide) he Infringes not othe eual freedom ot any other Mia" A eoinmUtea Is now In the south la search ot locatiou. j. w. Castob, Pres. W B. Lwch, See. J. P. Rocsa, Vice-Pre A. Grxuamtm. Trees. O. ik LncB, Bute Agent. Farmers Mutual Insurance Co.' OF NEDRAOitA. Organized in 1891. 92000000 Tpurpc low TP Effect. piaioroRB: J. W. Castor, Emerald. Neb. j, r. Koute, aivo, neu. J. L. Hermance, Raymond, Neb. A. Greensmyer, Cheeney, Neb. B. H. Davis, Syracuse, Neb. J. A. Floren, Goehner, Neb. J. A. Barr, Yerk, Heb. W. J. Hliaretn, uxeter, neo. N. . Hyatt, President, eb. 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