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DAILY ESTABltlSHE U 1870. RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1904. ONE CENT A COPY. e. C. & L. TO GO TO LOUISVILLE PRESIDENT BRADFORD OF THE C. C. & L. HAS RETURNED FROM INSPECTION TOUR I HI FERRETS NEW YORK NOT GUILTY POOR FARM "Was Frank Young's Answer t the Charge of Postoffice Robbery. ATVORK IISASTER Contracts Let for Supplies for the Quarter Beginning June 1. THE METROPOLITAN - LAff DISCUSSED .ROUTE BETWEEN THIS CITY AND LOUISVILLE Chicago Decision Tet Awaited Before Entrance C. C. & L. Has Build ing Program Notes. The C. C; & L. has under consid eration a building program for the next Year, or at least foi the coming summer. The program is nothing: less than the long deferred plan of building at Louisville, -which has always been held a probable termi nus of the road at some filter? date, the same as Cincinnati and Chicago. Apropos of Chicago, however, the decision jf the courts in regard to the C. C. & L. vs. State of Illinois lias not yet been forthcoming. Ti de cision is a matter of great, interest to ilie C. C. & L. officials as almost the entire plan of entering Chicago hing es on it. Hammond now is the ob ject for which the C. C. & L. ;s striving, as from that town lo Chi cago tracks can be secured. President Bradford has been mak ing oniie an extensive tour over the entire lint with flying trips to New York and the East, and t''c outcome of these trips will be the lengthening (Continued on fourth page.) PASTOR HAAS Kev. liaber. w eu s. ACtinamxea w rcn Him. Rev. Conrad Huber, of St. Paul's Lutheran church, is well acquainted with Rev. Haas, who lost his family in the awful New York disaster. Rev. Huber said : "It will be a matter of sad in terest to the Lutherans of Richmond to know that Rev. Dr. II?as, pastor of St. Mark's Lutheran church of New York, whose Sunday school met with such a distressing calamity, lost his entire family by this accident. Dr. Haas is a very prominent member of the General Council. He has re cently been elected to the presidency of Muhlenberg College. He is in ev ery respect a most estimable Christian gentleman. In the recent General Conference that was held at Pitts burg, Pa., he took a very active part. While he is comparatively a young man, nevertheless he is regarded as one of the leaders of the General Council, and highly esteemed among Lutherans generally. Let the prayers of God's people go up in his behalf and his deeply bereaved tion.' congrcga- S Who Was Shot Yesterday Dead This Morning. (By Associated Press.) Helsingfor Finland, June 17. Bob rikoff, Governor-General of Finland, who was shot at the entrance to the Senate, yesterday, died this morning. bondTfTled Mr. Ray Karr Shiveley Gives Bond in Two Cases. Assignee for the Schneider Car riage Co., Ray Karr Shiveley filed his bond in the . sum of $8,000. And as commissioner in the estate of Angeline White, he filed a $5,000 bond, jSL - FINLAND GOVERNOR Frank Young, the fellow who is accused of robbing the post- office at Washington Court House, Ohio, was turned over to the United States Marshal jP and taken to Indianapolis last night. He was taken before United States Commissioner j Reeves last night where he entered a plea of not guilty 2 and was bound over to court. He told the officers on Mon- day that is was he who rob- bed the postoffiee and when charged with the crime plead not jmiltv. xxxxxxxxxxx THE BATTLE OF OFFICERS AND HORSE THIEVES HAVE A PITCHED BATTLE. PITCHFORKS AND SHOTGUNS And Telephones Used to Fight the Robbers 200 Farmers in Pursuit. A dispateh from Winchester tells of a battle' there yesterday with horse thieves. Every conceivable in strument was used to attack the thieves shotguns, pitchforks, axes, clubs, etc. One man was captured with three horses and two buggies, but his companion escaped, - though searched for by 2Q0arn3ed : farmers. Three horses were stolen about 3 o'clock yesterday morning near Day ton, O. The police at Union City were notified and it was learned that the thieves had stopped at the livery stable of John Morris in Union City. Mr. Morris, Policeman Flora and Marshal Cy Wait, of Union City, gave chase arid overtook the two men near Saratoga, east of here. One of the men opened fire with a revolver and (Continued on fifth page.) oelay'carsed To Through Trains by Late Check ing of Baggage. The Pennsylvania is doing every thing possible to make good time to the Fair and each little delay is look ed upon with great disfavor. Tii3 latest cause of delay, and one that was the subject of a warning notice received here today, is that the through trains are delayed by tin checking of baggage of passengers who come to the train late. This bag gage must be put on the train and thus a delay is caused. Passengers must not expect to get their baggage checked if they do not get to the train in time. LOCOMOTIVE Derailed at Station This Morning- No One Hurt. Freight engine No. 8354, in charge of an engineer and fireman from In dianapolis, ran off the end of a D rail in the railroad yards this morn ing just cutside the Union Station. How or why the D rail happened to be open at the time is not known, but a brakeman probably left it thrown. The locomotive plowed along for about 10 feet, throwing up dirt break ing all the ties to splinters, and dig ging a trench two feet deey along the side of the track. No one was in jured, a shaking being the only re sult. Two locomotives were hitched to the disabled engine by a cable four inches thick and in a half hour's hard work had pulled it back to the main 1 track again There was ;po damage. WIHCHESTER SEQUESTERED TAXES PLACED ON THE DUPLICATE TO A CONSIDERABLE AMOUNT. $8,000 PUT IN TREASURY One Case in Which Taxes Have Not Ben Paid for Fifteen Years. The tax ferrets at work here claim to be finding considerable sequestered taxes. They claim to be working on some big cases at present. Already $8,000 has been put into the treasury of Wayne county and they have placed about $600,000 on the dupli cate. A strange case is that of Sarah J. Brooks. Taxes have not been paid in this case for fifteen years. The pay of the ferrets is 30 per cent, of taxes collected through information furnished by them. THE WAR GOES REPORTS OF HEARD ON CANNONADING ALL SIDES. SEVERE LOSSES REPORTED Rnssians and Japanese Each Have Reports of Losses and Gains. (By Associated Press.) Chefoo, June 17. Two thousand Chinese arived today from Port Ar thur and were ordered out and all pro visions and cattle seized by Russians. Fighting is continuous, but the result is not known by Chinese. Tokio, June 17. The sound of can nonading is heard off the coast near Sasebo. Tokio, June 17. Details of the sinking of the transport Hitachi are coming in from survivors. One shell striking the engine room killed him self and the second mate committed suicide. Many of the crew and troops escaped in boats. Transport Soda being towed to nearest port, was badly damaged. A fog apparently saved Vladivostok squadron. Ad- jmiral Kamimura is still chasing the enemy. London, June 17. The Japanese le gation is advised that the Russian squadron was sighted off Oki island yesterday. St. Petersburg, June 17. General Stakelbery telegraphs from Vantsial in that his army is resting there. tITav Violated by Taking Timberlake's Body From Norwood Heights. A violation of the law was mado by the Pennsylvania trainmen not long ago and the coroner of Nor wood Heights is "fussy.' ' It ap pears that it is a violation of the law to take a dead body out of an Ohio county unless with the coroner's per mit. The body of B. B. Timberlake was found a few hours after death and carried to this city on a passen ger train and not till later did !l-e coroner know that a man had bo mi killed. While nothing has come out of the affair, or will come out of it, the Panhandle employes have been warned not to do the same thing again. ' ROBINSON RENOMINATED. (By Associated Press.) Ft. Wayne, Ind., June 17. 'Repre sentative Robinson was renominated today, by 1 he Democratic1 convention fromithe l wejfth District :for the fifth Jieim; MERRILY ON THE NUMBER OF DEAD WILL REACH OVER ONE THOU SAND . SITUATION DEPLORABLE Latest News by Wire From One of the Worst Disasters in Years. New Yorkj June 17. Confusion in numbering the dead recovered from the Slocum disaster prevents identi fication. When the effects were first taken from the bodies they were num bered to correspond with the tag on the body. These have been changed and hopeless confusion results. It is said only two hundred escaped out of the fcixten hundred aboard. New York, June 17. Secretary Ccrtelyou vill cause a federal inquiry intoithe Slocum disaster to ascertain if any neglect existed on the port of any federal offieer. canvassing" i rt seaman STILL GOES ON STEPS TAKEN TO BETTER THE SANITARY ! CONDITION OF WORST x PARTS. AGITATION OF THE HOG PEN MATTER The Diseases are Being Stamped Out and Richmond is in a Good Condition for Summer. John Seaman, the city sanitary offi cer reports that the canvasing for the city for the purpose of ascertaining the unsanitary parts, is progressing finely, and that the most unsanitary parts have been gone over and step taken to better the sanitary condition there. The agitation of the hogpen matter still goes on and public sentiment is being aroused against the evil in every possible way. The matter is be ing forced home by the authorities in charge of the investigations and de finite action will be taken sooa with regard to the elimination of oens from the city. With regard to disease Mr. Seaman states that the genera; health of the city is growing better, as the summer progresses and the ef fects of winter and spring are thrawn off. Diphtheria and typhoid are rap idly vanishing, he home of the Drudy family, which lost two children through diphtheria lately, being fu migated today and all poss'ble pre cautions taken to prevent germs from spreading. The coming summer viill witness little ill health and disease and with ihe exception of a few sec tions, which wil be looked after es pecially, ths city is ia a very fair sanitary conviion. DAVID T. MTE Does Not Accept Terms His Wife Will. The will of Angeline White was filed for probate and record. In the will the deceased leaves her husband, David T. White, the sum of $1.00. The will utes the fact that their four children are all srirls and that Mr. White is better able to make a living than they a"re, so the estate is equally divided between the four daughters. David T White, the husband, does not like the provisions of the will and elects to take under the law and so files his election through . Shiveley & Shiveley. The County Commissioners yesterday awarded the con tracts to the following firms for supplies for the County Poor Farm for the quarter be ginning June 1. Groceries. J. M. Eggemeyer $150.05 Dry Goods. L. R. Gresh & Co., Mil ton Clothing. Loehr & Klute Drugs. Tillson & Co. Center ville 26.33 66.18 49.13 IN MILTON THE FIVE SISTERS OF A. Z. HOFFMAN ARE HIS GUESTS. LIVE IN FiVE STATES Serenaded by the Milton Band Mr. Smith, Owner of 60,000 Sheep. (Special to the Palladium.) Milton, Ind., June 17. A. Z. Hoff man's sisters, five in number, are his guests. They live in -widely .mat tered parts of the country. Thurs day was a day of special rejoicing among them, as other relatives joi .ed them. The guests are John Smith and family, Pasodena, Cal., Mrs. A. Ro dabaugh, Pittsburg, Pa., Mrs. Oie MeNaught, Washington,. D,. C.t Mrs!. Walla Flatt, Montana, Mrs. A. Garst and daughter, Helen, Mrs. William Hoffman, Joseph Hoffman and fa ily, Mr. and Mrs. Nipgen, Miss -r.na Zeller, of Dayton, Ohio. One even ing the band tendered the visitors a serenade. Mr. Smith is a wealthy sheep-ranch man, having about 60,000 sheep and lambs on his ranch in Montana. Noted Lecturer Coming to Our City. City. Miss Marie C. Brehm, Illinois president of the W. C. T. U., who is to speak in the Christian church the evening of June 24th, is one of the strongest women connected with the W. C. T. U. work in this country. Her illustrations are so apt and beau tifully told, that she makes the old truths stand out in a new light; and moves her auditors with the power of her clear and logical interpretation. She is po' rshed in inarm highly edu cated and has traveled extensively, both at home and abroad. The cause of the elevation of the human race is near and very dear to her heart. She is a workman that needs not to be ashamed, in the cause of temper ance and higher and better citizenship. dateWelled Hnmpty Durapty Show Will Not be Here. O. G. Murray, received a wire to day cancelling the date for the Hnmp ty Dnmply show that was to have been hero for two days. No reason is given for the cancellation. CONDITION OF EX-G0V. NASH. (By Associated Press.) Columbus, Ohio, June 17. Ex-Governor Nash is conscious only at inter vals. He is kept alive by stimulants. BASEBALL. The Panhandle baseball team plays the Starr Piano Team tomorrow. : The game is likely to be onesided, unless the) Starr's have a very good team. FAMILY REI ON MISS RREUM INDIANA COUNCILMEN IN-SESSION AT INDIANAPOLIS. TERMS OF CITY OFFICIALS Are Too Short and Should be Length ened W. P. O'Neal on Committee. According to reports from the meeting of councilmen representing fifteen different cities, at Indianapolis, the Metropolitan Police law was thoroughly discussed. Following are some of the conclu sions reached, and the same will be presented to the meeting of the State Municipal League at South Bend in November : That the Metropolitan Police law is un-American and against public policy and popular government. Too much power in the hands of the Gov ernor and not enough in the bends of the mayors. That the terms of city offices are too short and should be all made four year offices. Councilman W. P. O'Neal, of this city, who was in attendance, .was made a member of the committee for the revision of the law governing pub lic improvements. VEDDINTt Mr. Henry Miller and Miss Ennite Hnssey. 'VMiltoh"'' Ind., ' June--17 Married," June 15t!Cat the fibine of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hus sey, Miss Eunice Hussey and Henrv Miller. Rev. P. C. McCormick, of the Christian church, was the officiat ing minister. They will go to house keeping in their own home on Co nersville street, in about three weeks.. Both are estimable young people and have many friends who wish them a prosperous future. Of the Township Trustees of Wayne County to be Held July 2. The trustees of Wayne county were supposed to meet with County Super intendent Jordan yesterday, hue did not appear on the scene. However it was decided to held the annual pic r.ic of the trustees and their fanri lies in Glen Miller on July 2. Other Matters were discussed in a formal way. DR. LYONS Cables Home His Safe Arrival at Liverpool. A cablegram received yesterday evening from Dr. Lyons announced his safe arrival at Liverpool. He is enjoying good health.. DEATHS AND FUNERALS Jones Acnes Jones died yesterday morning at her home, 1425 G street, of erysipelas, aged 27. Funeral an nouncement tomorrow. BASEBALL. (By Associated Press.) Boston, June 17.-The morning game resulted as follows: Boston 4, Philadelphia 2. . OIL PRICES CUT. " (By Associated Press.) Pittsburg, June 17. Another cnt was mada in all grades of oil, except ragland, today. North Lima is quoted at. 1.08, South 'Lima and Indiana at $1.03. , Solerset, $1.02. ' ; ; MILTON ANNUAL PICHIC