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nORIDA HilliRiCANE
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Mnpli Diuuago to Propertys
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LosuofLIfe I
It IK Estimated That Half the Oran T Ii I
Crop Around Tampa and One
Fourth on the East Coast I
Hit Been Cut Off I
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Jacksonville Fla Sept HJgln I
this Friday morning on the cast coo it t
and Saturday mornlngon tho wet and t
r lasting 24 hours Koulli Florida has
been swept by tho strongest hurrlen n o
w known In that part bf tho state Tho
wires wont d3wn at tho beginning and t
railroad service was delayed On that h
account no details reached here until
Sunday Even Sow they arc Incom1
pletC
Jacksonville Fin Sopt 15 Tho
wires south of Palm Beach and Tam
im nro etlll down and will not J > o In
uporatlon for a day or two Further
ilctallitofjho doatructlon wrpughtby J
the hurricane havo bceSirectAbd b ymen
null and aK80ns re orr Intomlne
trains ThjoJitcaWr Incbulvn of 1lyJ
crpooTf owned by tho Inch Shipping K
Co from Qnlvoiton lumber and cyUpn r
need meal for Hampton bade wrnt r
ashore near Boyntoa Friday nigh g I
The Bhlpo steering gear broko and e honext
llnated at will striking the bearh rlth c
great force and breaking Into threo 1
pieces Tlio captain mates and II ofatlon
tho crow were saved Nine w e roIng
lrownc < J among them the engineer t
The small boat with five man was bat I
lered to pieces by the waves and Its
occupants drowned Tho schixjnor
Martha T Thomas 760 tons Cap tTwo
Watts cargo of lumber from Apal a 1
rhlcula for Baltimore wan wrecked
nlno miles south of Jupiter Tho
tcooncr la split In half The crow
were nil saved II
Urunbors opera house at Palm O
ileach wail partly unroofed as wero n
eight other btiolnosa blocke4 v ileh of
rero also damaged In other ways II
AU tbo boats art the lako Worth water h
front excepting three were wrecked
and funk 1
Two lives wero loat In Tampa by a
tho alarm Louie Baroa a clgarraakcr ro
who was struck by the fxlllnn cornlco II
< e of a building died the next day T u
V Hunnlcullf a nintonnnn mot bla
e 7 death scar thoiJggeBta Hey cigar lac
orlp tarac J1U1A
uat Inl Y several fitrtortCs
Y k were badly damaged The property
Ions at Tampa will reach f 60000
It II callmnted that half of tae or 11
nngo crop has been rut off around ty
Tampa and onefourth of tho east II
roast Thero are no wire south of t4
Tampa and train ore dh > V3 What J1
has happened at J lInt JtoriI Punta
Itusra nndlClLin In not hiMjvfn > U Is 11
tCIOrted titunta IhtlJlI1 biee bee n CI
t > mpptely Waiihed away but no rom
inuntcntton with tho place has yet 1
been osslble
Owing to the timely warning of ttio
weather bureau all shipping remained
In the harbor after Flday morning It F
Is feared that tho schooner Eva J
Shenton which sailed for New Orleans
early Friday has been libel Much np
piohonnUm Is also fell fur the xloani C
ship Johnstoue which Is reported to d
havo sailed from Mobile for Tampa 11
last Friday J1
Middle and Welt Flnrldr are untlrc el
I cut off from tho ouUld world A Ir
train which U > fl here Monday morning A
for Itlvnr Junction conic grt no further C
than Greonvlllo ThcTo In no wro SI
connection beyond Drlfton Both
thoso places uo approximately 100
mllos west of Jacksonville
It
HEAVY SNOW STORMS h
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Th unds of Cattle Are Freezing on c I
the Northwestern Plains bl
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Chicago SMt tGThOlumnd ot 111
cattle and f b op are freezing on tho 111
plains of tho nuithwest an the result
of nn unprocudentcil heavy now
storm for tlls xaaion of the year
Railroad untie Is bloclicxl by a snow S
fall ot ton inches In tho Dakotas Col SI
orado Wyoming and Montana and tao It
entlrd Hrlrlfh Northwest U prostrate In
In thogrlp of a frigid wave At Choy the
ennc Wyn the lowest tomporaturo m
prnvnlls 2 6 degrees being tbo mini
mum
Y
Stick By Lightning S
SprlngflclJ 111 HOlt HThe top b4
of tho mafMvo porch at the front of rc
the executive mansion was struck by S1
lightning tunday afternoon during n tho
storm Ttet bolt of lightning was a rc
terrific one and twu great balls of flro
seamed to fall from tho porch Gov
fates thouitht tho porch had caught
fire and telephoned for tho flro do ble
partment Tho tire marshal and a day
part of the lire department unsworcd UI
the Biimmuria but could find no lire vi
The bolt of lightning was one of tho tee
most terrifying ever witnessed hero tli
A Dog Enjoined From Barking
Knoxville Tonn Sept 15A dog
belonging to It H Bell u well know u In
liveryman of this city WOK Monday tho
enjoined by Judge Sneed from bark cl
Ing and disturbing the members of W for
II Tcpclls family nI
Fought a Duel to DeathR
Ablta Springs La Sept 1uFran k
Allison and Marshall McGhcc two
you men In St Tammany pariah
taught a duel to death at the Tall 01
hock camp ground Monday Both men
10woman
woman
womanWIII to
Will Meet in Buffalo In 1905 N
St Louis Sept 16Iho biennial
convention of tho Brotherhood of Hall
way Carmen of America which hurl
been In session here for the last wMk
Monday completed Its bU3lnlJs nn of
1
decldzd to qee jn Buffalo In lDOGJ a
1
AT MKINLEY8 TOMB
Tho Widow Placed Floral Tributes on
the Casket I
hCanton 0 Sept 15 Mjjuday the
second anniversary oftho death ot th e 1
tale rent oat RJeKfnlp was not ob
8ervedbr any formaliprograra In Can
pubtltl
IilJulldlngs tbero wcro soma short rcf T
erencen made in thd various depart t t
ments of tho KlippUlo the HfejVn4
death ot carnation I
McKlnley and carnauonf
wero worn as J allent tribute by pu
morons citizens Mrs McKlnloy In
tho forenoon mado a special trip the o
the MoKlnley vault InAVcstlawn Clmc
etcry and placed floral tributes on thti
casket Numerous floral pieces recetI
cd from strangers were also placed In T
tho lomb Mrs McKinley In In good
health d
to p
mFIREMEN FORM A UNION tI
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Will Reeel + chart erFrom the Am an
erlcan Federation of La ells >
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orPlttsGnrg Pa Sopt J5Mt was n
yJoarae4 Monday that tho Plltauurg fir o
men have r entlr organized Routs I t
ro1Dr p g
Americas FMeratlop pWI fiof this
week Ton or wity i
5SraQmberi and thefincntlon I s to r 4
follow with tho unionizing ot tho AI
legheny fire department on Saturday dl
next When these two cities are thorott
ought organized an International nsU
comocfatioti will be formed by tho rederr
atlon with the object In view of ecllrill
Ing better pay with shorter hours rortl
tbo flro fighters and a release from all As
political coercion tt
tli
sNEW ELKS NATIONAL HOME m III
Two Members of the Board of Govern n el
on Have Been Selected tho
It
Louisville Ky Sept 15 ftlrand Exw
lilted Ruler Joseph T Fanning II Ial
K who was In this city Monday r I
night announced tho selection of two
tho members of the board which IIYo
IP govern the new Elks national 11
home Past Grand Exalted trots re
Meado E Wctweller of Harrlsburg
tha
Pa le to be chnlrmaiuof the boardbl
blo
bland
Nulty of Baltlmoro Mr Fanning the
slated that ho had not decided as yet II I
nro
upon tho third member rtf the board tho
MAJ BETANCOURT WOUNDEbYlr
v T lear eve laY h
p r
Santiago do Cuba Sept 16Ito i
ports of the presence of an armed par
at SevcIU near thane Monday At
mornlnfc caused Gov Yero to send a
force of rural guards who found the
party which Is of unknown strength
and attempted to arrest tho men AIll
fight ensued In which Maj Bctan de
court In command of tho rural guards In
waS severely wounded but no outlaws TI
were captured 1 M
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DEATH OF SAMUEL CRAIGm
do
Formerly He Will a Business Partner I IIn
1of the Presidents Father h
Augusta Ga Sopt 15 Samuel fr
Craig born In New York 75 ears ago belt
died hero Monday Long before the nl
civil war Mr Craig was a business in
partner of President Roosevelts taUt 101
Ho was also a witness to the sign CI
Ing of the treaty between Japan rim 1ago
Amurlca which was negotiated by
Commodore Perry Mr Craig earn o E
south soma years before tho war I
n
Returned a Verdict of Guilty
Now York Sept 16Tho Jury on
tho case of the officials of the Mercan
tile bank of Hod Bank
cooperative DnkNt
NtN
lJr
charge of causing tbo failure of thou
u
bank Monday brought In a verdict of Ing
guilty against John W Nowbllry 11t1s sion
Idont of tho bank and Rudolph Newkn
Ildont kno
man Its ClIherCo
Will Investigate Indian Affairs Tho
Washington Sept 15 Charles JIhll
soph Bonaparte has been selected by pr
Secretary Hitchcock to take charge of P
the Inficstlgatlon of affairs and officials a
Indian territory that come rhood
jurisdiction of tire Interior depart J o
hart
mont niit
it
ExSenator Farwells Fall
Chicago Sept 15 Former United
States Senator C B Farwell who hxW
been seriously III for several woo B W
fell from a chair Monday evening mn 1U
sustained H broken arm It is feared by
shock may endanger his ultimate v
c
rccoveryc
gr
Plttsburg Wants the Convention of
Plttsburg Sept lliJohn S IamH
president of thp jlty council Men dr
wn was dc
unanimously carried by that body fnj he
vltlng tho republican national commit J
to hold tho next national convon tu
tlon In Plttsburfr
to
The Carnegie Technical School
Pittsburg Sept 16Aftermany de ml
lays councils hnvo finally authorized club
mayor to accept on behalf of the ny
city tho HlnnMagee alto purchased I lIn
tho location of the Carnegie tech 1ft i
JOInolp
REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR
if
K
Easy come easy go and hard to get ileac
again en
It takes two women longer to explain land
lallover
lunch together than it docs a dozen mm till
o draw up plans to build a railroad
Y Press
The sultan of Turkey employs 15 sec fn
retarles whoso duty it tale translate ln
foreign books for hU delectation If one te
them happens to err and translates a fay
book that Is distasteful bin majesty litIf
1p1r pitched Into th9 Boaphpruo
l
y
SU ARlN VESSEL
Pretty and Important Exliibl
lieu of Hhtt Waife
Jaye
The Torpedo boat Adder Succeeded In ru
torpedonffth CravenNavy br
Teit V 8uCCII1
Test Complete Success j1
f Don
In Every WaY4n1
t ll4
Newport It h Sept 16A Ilr UrWt
exhibition of rnlmfc warfare Irapof 18
tant as Illustrating tho effectiveness of fn
tho navys submarine craft wjurglvoJi acid
Tuesday off Brcntons Reef lightship of
when tho submarine torcodo boat Ad and
der succeeded In torpedoing the tor kll
pedo boat Craven So stealthily didco
the Adder creep ulQQ vtb trEa t Ufr t
tllO wooden trpddo luccc r rtll
soil Btruck ho Crayon CaJiMrt I the
below theitrtier lino amidships beforo In
tho crew on tho floating warship cool dpacltr
man the guns or tho torpedo tubes ad
The sham I1ghl Tuesday was a con lent
Unulnp oCthc proj5raniwhlchwaabe cote
fun olJ1i ys aiw im icst of tho 1n1
lubmarlne boat and wai axpcccae 1f1go
awy way as far as tho typo was conse
earned W
The Craven left tbo torpedo station
during tho forcpoon and running down of
the harbor cruised about Brentona In
attacke co
The Adder Instead of following Imm t ed
dlately Bolted nn hour In order to get the
tho crew of tho Craven off their guard de
soon n8 Fort Adams was cleared Of
the submarine boat plunged beneath tho
Iho surface and remained for 45 min ator
ales during which time officers tnlco
men enjoyed lunch without Inconvcnl Rr
encl On getting outsldo tho harbor of
Adder was onto more sent to the with
surface but only her conning tower to
wns exposed The Craven was sighted boa
short distance outsldo the lightship J
riding unconcernedly on ah easy swell In
The Adder again plunged and when CO
Cravene a and
1wooden torpedo In shape and size of a un
regular projectile was fired The shot nil
was a good one and tar torpedo strut k ale
Craven nmldshlp with consldcrn and
force sufilclent to perceptibly Jar next
boat Tho crew of the Craven won pr
tIInablo to reach tho guns laime tq 26
a shot Tho Adder lhctiEamp tt
V w v lf 31b0
suracfjartd aftur pno ort + eif more MI
t ttt t bnatsr lu no wtb li w
Ion v r
kcclr Jmn
iSNOW FLURRIES IN NEBRASKA eras
cant
Midnight the Temperature Was Iot
DoWn to Freezing Point
Lincoln Neb Sept IGWltb a j
UI
dear sky nt midnight and temllernluroUI
down to the point of frost vegetation
Nebraska was being slightly nllpellt
Tuesday night Tho weather how
aJ
over Is not cold enough In Eastern Ne case
brooks to materially damage corC for
much of which Is late and needs manI
days of sunshine There were lIgJltre
tre
snow flurries Tuesday In the northth
the
thwrtern
Jrfrom
s
Jbelt
of Nebraska received up to midtf
that
night Indicate that frost was cnerRItbl
this
tblI
localities It Is killing In others lightI
5 I I
Crop bureau estimates place the dam
to corn at 25 per conton
and
EXPLOSION IN THE BASEMENT been
I close
Broadway National Dank Building c
of
Gutted By Firewo
Nw York Sopt IGTho Broadway 01 13
01Nnttonal
Broadway corner of Park place was
mornt
At 2 oclock Here was an explo A
In the bailment from somo un
known cause and the fire Immediately
followed the elevator shaft to the roof
whole Interior of the sevenstory moot
building was soon ablaze but tho cd
prompt work of th o fire department land
tot and
structures largo
one ot too oldest In Its neighbor < fjv
hood Thn Broadway national bank In <
moved to nqw ciuarlcrs several They
weeks ago pr
v i ward
Lynching In MlsslssJppIIf
Center Ille Bike SOil 16WUllam r1i
William Nosro wan lynched on
main strkM of Ccntjrvlllo Tuesday ton
Q mob ot K eral hundred people amt
Williams who t lhfy a labor agent has wj
Leon here SGori S employing Ne
gross tor cpntrncto In other sections
the state Durlni A quarrel with J 7
Germany a white nnn Williams atatq
drew a revolver and s ot tJermany Tl
dead A mob waV gttlcklyN1111amr fju
heels and a running fight allow 1
which ended hi tho Negro liclif
tured and shot to deata by lhl cr Of
L + tvi
A Chatty Worker De dtt ede 3
Berlin Sept lrfU8s M toy well
manager of the American W j11jh alit
died bore She bad been mnf ndatl
y oars actlrA fhuharity wJilt Jn ndaitdye
1Intiu lt ilar o chatrittufor trotilile ant
trotilileNtr
ofo 11 IIn U Uri I
satire tl
eRII d
8 Exilem ° Land at KIn G
llXln stbn Jnmalna SepL lij e
FouChard an aoplrant to the pre
dcncy of Haytl accompanied by ariln
prominent Httytlen JpoilUciai s tier
landed hero They were axlte d uy ap
President Nord for consplrlr yeJtr zrd
throw tho republic S 7 n
Freezing Weather In Texas
Waco Tex Sept 1G1t is reported r
front Stamford Jones county that Un
there was a drop of 40 degrees > ln tbo 1101
temperature Monday night andjjTups ly I
ud that LAe31pEattju P rrAn
rrI aadp
prevails
r
AreasA
Eleventh Areas
Areasiyatx
iyatxt
li natlonallr y
at7 ib
den tabernacle iAI
Tueitltiy K largest num AI
r eywV Ince tho begin
of the tan fir the rcclam
< of the w4il bOwing how the
movcmtnt kMj n a national In
1Jr 1J
were prejjmt bveqom Now York
PeanayltppJa irlnonti Wang ayet
rhL river
mo + i eel nnnw Represent M
the and m IPal gocrnment e g
allr Bu
Thod prE
witht tee
ra of the c tgress so great latke I
1J IfIDot del alts already on la
IsI
tlotel id4cd n48osl any more col g rrl
toI
pacltjr ojLMio taberniclo Is totally In a 1
adequdt Anlntcrriitlonal aspect Wnl ma
to the pcocc huge by the prclI gal
ehcc of two resQTbftM foreign govern
ihoS mo
government at Washington was repre first
seated by Secret fY of Agrlcultum Ing
IncWilson
Wilson l Us
Gov Wells of UtAh In his speech In
welcome and President W A Clark cia
his response tbjct The time has elded
como to do things fashcartlly cheer of I
Important remits beneficent to from
cause of the Irrigation are conne
deafly expected by tfoth delegates and 10000
ofllclals from tho present congress and ed
first resolution Introduced by Son the
tor Burton of Kansas favoring the 1
conserving of tho fl pod waters of the neE
great rivers as a pH of the schema the
Irrigation ot thewcst vyas received the
50 much ravo that there seems ful
be no doubt that such action wlUma
overwhelmingly scored note
U Is estimated aE theca remains but
the arid and uenlarld zoncg about size
COO000000 acresof scant public lands tltude
there Is suXBcIifnt watt available for
irrigatet of
aFcak at
t1 W eh lrtilae fs IIlx Imlty
aotlonuUalt ml ° raea < If tn the 11
30 years i Jh9uld11I
rQlc1olellrv J u ln tro
QOOOO acrra 1t a n dls
O it
ae t 1111
1111Mr
rtyt Aght
tat +
j
erasCaf shoal
< ory ber
lh Ithlc
htttr lcl J 0 killed
tCit 1
j t
tGtt r t
d t
DSCICc1 ° ti MUI 3
Judge Decl Le 3kj
oTrleotm anatpd
oLr I flo
llleCynthlann
of Curtis Jet tlrtew on trial here had
tho alleged aalasslnaton of Jim I
Cockrlll at cksoyCn July 21 the
after 15 Jesses lied been In on
traduced for the defendant and 11 for In
coniponwr uu on motion of de Ish
fondant for change of venue Judge It
Osborne decided that the case should Fen
tried here and at once Indicating the
It no Jurors could be selected from redlfs
county that ho would order Sher their
Leach to go to other counties and
summon Jurors Twentyfour men were
regular panel for this term of court
of this number seven men have Sir
en accepted as jurors and at the
of court Tuesday afternoon tho
judge Bald he would draw tho names C
GO men from the wheel and they ton
would be given to tho sheriff and his sick
deputies to summon here by 9 room
oclock Wednesday morning ph
second
HELD STREET SERVICESller
llerwhl
while
Detachment of the Salvation Army ruff
at Winchester Ky kn
r raga
Winchester Ky Sept IGA detach was
of the Salvation army command tinge
riala
by Col Richard E Holz of Cleve was
O wero hero Tuesday afternoon ap
held services on the street A tre
crowd was present and moot pat
fqstcd much Interest In the proposed pel
Invasion of the mountain counties arr
left for Jacfcuon where TKey will arrf
proquro horses and proccejf cast
wardTto the Virginia stat Uue y
believed hero bat much good tJT I Four
rcault from thetillp i
Jnekaon Ky jii 1G a fialrk
army arrived tiara TujESday night I
held a brief i testing on the streets Jesse
which was falrljiwell attended Mo
i li r and
Rigid Quaratne Established pars
Ijircdo Te jtftjt 16The Texas Stales
health an tcdcrnl authorltlcg day
Tuesday night g shed a most rigid he 1
quarautino again u Laredo McxJ
opposite this clj iunt otJf
i lira af gi +
r
opo
oho
trado
antel The
cnts
tBfgrlh 4 ue
ofraces sn c and
apprqafhod thn proportions j
In the nlountalns It R79 41 ir
snowing for several days j
TV CruiserMaiyland Jrloated1
vNowport Newk Vu Sept 16 The P
United States ruiser Maryland was Vain
Boated Tuesday nfernopn Apparent Jnltcd
the ihlpls nc damaged lu the leas luesda
oxaAipallon t the hottom rvltlb defies
immedlat b ut
immedlati
i ii i
It
AGEN HAL UPRISING
GENERALUPRISINGsnrTCCtiou r
sitwcctioii in the Vilayet
ry
Airegfd That the First Three DivisI
lonstlltha Bulgarian Army atHe
HePhllHpopolll
hoc Was Called Out
Salonlca European Turkey Sept 16 Jacob L
JacA
yet of Salonlca cant ot the Vardar Sundl
it announced to have begun and
Mondny The region Is dlylded Into who
etgflWistrlcts each commandpd by nImd
ImdBulgarl
president < tho Macedonian convnlGC
Ctee
across
SolIn Sept lGNo Important st pc
likely to be taken at the present In
critical juncture pending tho return for
the capital dfPrlnce Ferdinand and eta
to I
reply from tho powers or somo loft 0
matlon from them In response to DulIeI
leThe
garlas noteeg
The air here te filled with rumors of prize
mobilization It Is alleged that thor
three divisions of tho army hatIng pIli
their centers at Sofia Phllllpopo ll
and Sllvnac have been called out t1
official quarters however It is do the
clared that tho only step actually deHe
upon Is tho summoning to colors Moo
tho first threo divisions who retired tad
tho army during the last threo leader
ears This will give a force of some sui
men who will be chiefly employ Ial
In strengthening the troops along scoot
frontier C
It Is expected that a week will stif dai
to enable too ministry to judge of many
extent to which Its final appeal to
powers Is likely tp prove success
Doubts aro expressed In diplo
circles whether the Dulgarlan It I
will bring any decisive result
there is every disposition to recog
the sincerity of tho ministrys at L
and Its v omplote Justification din
Issuing such a document In view upon
the immense forces that Turkey Is itti
gathering In threatening close prox float
to the Bulgarian frontier oar
Store fighting Is reported from the 3f 1
vilayet of Monastlr A large body of Ben
troops agar tp Pollster mountains to I S
dlsiicrsfi fitho bandatconccalcd thero in
tnrreretaylaasesfr nts and lis tccn lIuH
Turks alJio lost man1m9n J
pear line igpnastgrypKami lt
thttj
atvhtckjshoal iiH r
near Monastlr to ecer
0
of revolutlonartes supposed to be
hiding In the building finding bone
set flro to tho monastery and
tho servants and the women A
Konsklglavl near losengrad a
3kJot Turkish Infantry and cavalry
tpdmpanled by a mountain batter J
lllItn three hours engagement with rage
1 other of Insurgents The Turks < he
30 killed and many wounded Cralk
Tho Dally Mall understands that he
British cabinet Monday resolved iO
naval cooperation with the powers near
near eastern waters and that Brl ° dIsh
ships will soon appear at Salonlca them
Is said In Vienna that the repre rer
sentatlves of the powers have advised wc
cultan to withdraw the Bulgarian went
from Adrlnople on account of t Ill
lawlessnesstere
lead
CONFINED TO HIS ROOML
Thomas Lipton Is Very III In theL
Auditorium Annex ChicagoOhlta
Chicago Sept IGSlr Thomas Lip little
arrived In Tllesdn veryoc
Chicago Tuesday a very
man and now Is confined to hIIha
at the Auditorium Annex with ablr
physician In constant attendance A There
attack of stomach trouble more fever
Hcrlous than that which he suffered
the guest of Lieut Oov WooI
of New York overcame the Irlsltnlr
ining
knight on the train en route to ChiWtI
WtI
WtIrugo
0111was
Mrs
nnM
hurriedly driven to the annex and
county
physician quickly summoned HastyJar
Jordan
Jartrotmonl
patients condition was such as to com
tho postponement of all funcUonllJ1
arranged In his honor by local frlcnde rem
remIALLEGED
land
ALLEGED WHITECAPPERS n
n
Men Were unat Placed Under Arrest was
at Troy Alarror
from
willTroY
Green James Sanders A V G
Morton Richard Mann Wash OreclIF
BufordfMcCaJj alleged whltecap of
were brought before United State
StalStates
Powers
101lIay
andt
that these members of
it e are otrail
railed
hIch for some tlmV has been and
andrlegroesof
+ blacks to cave under pen
SI
ant Office AeportShe
rnr 5 Sep 16T o annual hot
oport of ttitf cpmmlsal r oC patent II ns
sboifca fatal > fS929y patents 2194 r
marks Issued durngs th o year front
and
applications tor raeehanlcaft ta
Y after
numbered 49199
Were
To Confer With the President
Birmingham Alar Sept i6 + lostB
horapson collector vof Internal tare DI
In Alabama and one ot President planof
evelta advisers Jn this state leftenc
w v tor Oyster Bay where he was the
bra conference with tho prcsl the
school
pDeatltbt H Chester Van SantoI
hlladelllbla Sept 16H ChesterJ IA
Sant eastern manager of theepl
d States steel corporation died lank
Iuesday from appendicitis at his reel he
In this dty after au Illness of ery
six days He was 43 yeara of aucr
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DEATH OF COL R TrJACOB 1
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Was a Picturesque Figure During Suit
the Civil War
Louisville Ky Sept HCol It T i >
a plcturefiquo figure during the been
war died at hfA home lnthls elf cult
Sunday Col Jacob was 78 years old to rand
was widely known an the men mous
voted Kentucky from secession seen
alsd as the captor of Gen John leans
Morgan fell
Horganol
Col Jacobs career began with a trip J HI
acroselUe plains In 1845 He crossed orlte
time to join Fremonts command He Ii
service during the Mexican war SI
Returning to Kentucky he was elected United
the leglzluturo as a democrat The the
eccsslon question canio before the be t
legislature and Cftl Jacob created sur while
by rcfuelng to vote with the the I
Brecklnridge party his vote giving a the
plurality of one for the unionist
against secession When active has
tilities opened Col Jacob organized
9th Kentucky union cavalrThe
participated In the smashing of
Morgans raid and It was to Col Jacob
Ills command that the confederate lou
of followers a 110
arid a number hlatollowcrs
surrendered Near the qqsp of the sprang
r Cot Jacob became lleutepint g r Capt
of Kentucky noon
Col Jacobs wife Sarah Benton his
protect
daughter of Thomas IL Benton died vr
animal
years agoRn
A PRINTERS CONFESSION poking
carried
Landed S D Dempsey In a Cell at grounds
West Point ized
killed
Louisville Ky Sept 1GThe Hob
county grand jury will be called
to Investigate the sensationalFran
Frank
attempts to destroy the newspaper
Iantor the Deacon a weekly newspa
at West Point and the authorship lIIl
lIIlr
gar
Morrison the editor of the paprgerl
employed
D Dempsey a printer employed and
a
the paper and whpsc life It hada
killed
thought was threatened by thekllle
men
unknown ircgnder has baen arrested
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SHOT HIM DEADSE
Sheriffs Posse Searching For HarryS
Supreme
Craik and Green Strongupr
Lexington Ky Sept IGA mes 10
from Boonevllle Ky says that a
sheriffs posse has been seeking Harrv biennial
and Green Strong accused of Knights
held
klllinB of their friend Jason Isancheld
while he was returning to hlshome Sept
threeda
It Is claimthrel
Booneylllo at night
JKatthem
home with him but resented aIn
remark they made about his Healy I portance
wedded wife He feared trquble and j body
to a friends house and secured tran
shotgun It Is claimed the securellltranl
Th
tercepted Isaacs Jater and shot himTh
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leadLexington will
Lexington Hospitals Are Crowded the I
Lexington Ky Sept ltiThe has of II
In Lexington are so crowded S W
no more patients can be taken A doml
girl was transferred from tho D
Samaritan to St Josephs but governor
Institution could not accommodate dldate
and she was sent to Louisville cialists
are numerous cases of typhoid cult
roverTwo hey
Two Were Held For Murder
Paducah Ky Sept 16The exam Ot
trial of Mrs Nannie Smlth Cox States
William Bertram and his spn Jordan told
Burtram charged with murdering and
lrsCoxs husband William Cox was Henry
Inlshed Monday In Benton Marshall John
and tho two former Were held IIlslJ
Burtram was excused bonds
burg
A Kentucky Victim
Rowling Green Ky Sept 16The N
remains of Lester J Lewis of Oak He
this county have beep received Carrie
New York from the Philippines HA visit
In the regular army and while bell
hunting about a Sear ago was shot I ent
ambush and killed The remain tlon
bo sent here for burln1IIpeel
IIpeelIKan
igan
IKanGoebel
Frankfort Ky Sept 16Tbe cases
Coy W S Taylor exSecretary of Co
Charles Flniey Cant John J Farrell
a brother of Caleb Powers or the
others charged with complicity In died
fioebel murder conspiracy were tlon
In the Franklin circuit court ago
continuednesdl
centinucdFifty church
churlFifty
Sergeant Ky Sept 16 Deputy
Sheriffs Wear Johnson and OeorgeRo
surprised David and John Hoi losle
Insworth brothers and Hart Kelley thing
brother to Jim Kelly who escaped tile I
the Whltesburg Jail a week ago reel
arrested them on Elkhorn creek She
a fierce fight III which 50 shots land
fired the I
firedHl
Hit Plan Fell Through
Bowling Green Ky Sept 16Th1Le
of Maj E II Watt to have anPaul
ncampmcnt of the First battalion of expert
Third reglmenlln this city prior to shop
regiment going to the West Point lerson
of Instruction has fallen through slneerlng
here
herePreparing
Louisville Ky Sept 16The war Many
epartment has shipped 3500000 > Pal
smokeless cartridges for use at nesses
West Point maneuvers The artll prevent
will probably use smokeless pow and
The camp will be named In hon hey
Gen louaw to be
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THE FAMOUS METEORITE J
Entered In the Circuit Court For
Its POlSulonI
Lexington Ky Sept llSull has
benlnstltuted in the Bath county cir
court by tho heirs of F MEwing
recover from T J Pergram the ramous
300pound meteorite which was
from Northern Ohio to New Orleans
on November 15last and which
on the land of tho Ewing estate w
Hugh Pergram discovered the matte
while hunting and he dug It up
has been offered large sums for 1t I
Similar suits have been tried In the
States In the last few earsy
court deciding the meteorites tot
the property of the landowner
a like suit In France resulted In
aerolite becoming the property of
one finding it
II ANIMAL TRAINER HURT V
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TheLlonese He Was Training Flew
at Hit Throat
Louisville Iy Sept JGSlIltl1na
lioness of the Ferarl Bras carnival
at the throat of her trainer
Peter Cardona Tuesday altar
and bit him five times lacerating
arm which he had thrown uptn
himself Employes of the wild
show sprang to the rescue with
poles and pistols shooting and
the animal away Cardona was
to the hospital on the carnival
and his wounds wero cauter
caut89lzed
He will recover Sultana has
four men J i <
KILLING AT MIDDLESBORO j
Zullger Killed By Clay Colssn
Monday Afternoon
Mlddlesboro Ky 15frttnk Zull
formerly of Clnclnn l fiat lately
by the New So tit Brewery
Ice Co of this city was shot and
Monday afternoon by Clay Col
The shooting occurred In the bran
of the brewery and there wero
witnesses Zullger was found shot i
gh thjahead soil a 38callbejj rg
rUh hree Cba eta empty t
Kentucky
SESSION TO LAST THREE DAYS
Lodge of Knights and Ladles
of Honor in Louisville
Louisville Ky Sept H The 14th
session of the supreme lodge
and Ladles otHjfipr will beHeld
in this city begiifl g Tuesday1
September 15 The sessions wliriant
days One hundred and fifty del
are expected to attend the meet
at which business of more lm
than has come before tha
tor a number ot years will Ua
transacted
Three Nominees For State Offices
Ashland Ky Sept 15AsblanltI
furnish candidates for three of
most Important state offices Each
the parties are represented Hon
V Hager Is a candidate on the
democratic ticket for auditor lion J
Wllholt candidate for lieutenant
Olaf Pearson socialist can
for secretary of state The so
will have a candidate for cir
judge and commonwealths strut
Illicit Distilleries Raided
Owlngsvllle Ky Sept HUnlto1
Marshal Prest Jackson made n
In Rowan and Morgan count o
arrested H H Ross Martin Jonas
Cassldy W H Baldrldge and
Roberts on the charge of IIIklt 4
dlstjlllng They were released on 5i
for their appearance at Catlctw
court on December U
Mrs Carrie Nation In Kentucky
Hopkinsvllle Ky Sept HMrl
Nation has arrived here on a
to her uncle Squire Alex Qamp
and other relatives Her vlslt to
Kentucky she stated was only a vatsi
and she could not make any
She goes from here to Mich
In a few days
Jack Farrells Father Dead
Covlngton Ky Sopt 15 Patrick
II 57 father of Jack Farrell
fie St Louis National league team
Monday morning from an altars
which was performed several 1I3t
The funeral will take place Wed
morning from the St PotrloJia
Rattlesnake In Her Bed > 1
Rockport Ky Sept HWhen Miss
Hampton retired she felt souio
moving In the bed Turning on
light she saw a rattlesnake seven
long crawling under the covqr
screamed and her father gun4iv
rushed Into the room andTBfibt
reptile
Will Supervise the Shops
Lexington Ky Sept IGProt P
Anderson has been appointed as
In charge of the exhibits in
hhoppractlce at the Worlds fair An
of the mechanical f
Is dean pn
school at the state cull + so
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Indictments to Be Returned
Paducah Ky Sept 167 MoTfUi
are being summoned befgro tlio
grand Jury than e yerjbefOrHf
an official of the coon r slat c1 > tiiPt
expected at least 2QkTndlclgji a
returned 1 C >
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