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I Mil IN 111
A Summary of Happenings ai
Home and Abroad.
THE NEWS CONDENSED.
A Review of What Has Tr'anspirec
of Public Interest.
Little Rock. Ark., .|uue !>.—lt is re
ported here that 11 landslide oeeurrec
:ii ltoss llollow and burled twenty
eight men, all of whojn are supposec
to have been killed.
New Brunswick, N. .1., June 10.—
Fredrick Schlatter, under sentence ol
two years instate prison, and John
Miller serving thirty days, escaped
from the hole in the roof.
New York, June o.—Hilly Barrett was
knocked out "by Terry MctJovern in the
tenth round of what was to have been
a 25-round glove contest before the
Broadway Athletic Club. Barrett was
no match for the Brooklyn lad.
Rushville, Ind., June !». Rev. Joseph
Angle has resigned as pastor of the
Heavenly Recruit Church, lie suc
ceeded in getting only SN.2O for four
months' services, and lie Iris come to
the conclusion that preaching does not
Waverly, la., June !).—A veil on the
farm of Samuel Johnson three utiles
south of here caved in. 1> trying Mr.
Johnson who was cleaning the bottom
of it, beneath several tons o' earth and
stone. Ilis body has nol been re
Ashland, Ohio, June 0. The Ilayers
ville flouring mill, one of the largest
in the county, was mysteriously de
stroved by lire. Due thousand two
hundred- dollars' worth of uninsured
Hour- and wheat was burned. Insur
ance on mill, $4,000.
Aladison. Wis.. June it.—A severe
wind and hail storm passed over this
city doing great damage. Hail stones
larger than liens' eggs fell in great
quantities, knocking fruit off of the
trees, ruining crops and shattering
hundreds of windows.
New York, June o.—Barrow, and his j
wife and Carrie Jones, the kidnappers |
of Marion Clark, were arraiuged be- ;
fore Justice Fursmnn. and hound over i
for trial in the sum of sto.oiio each, i
The trials will commence next week. I
They were remanded to Hie Tombs.
Philadelphia. June it. Vincent Me
I.aughlin. publisher and editor of the
Philadelphia Times, died at ills home
here. Mr. MeLoughlin was thirty
four years old and suceedded to ihe ,
ownership of the Times upon the death
of iiis father. Frank MeLoughlin '
about eighteen mouths ago.
Salina, Kan., June !).—William Mnir. j
one of the best known and wealthiest !
farmers of Saline County, was drown- j
ed in Hie Smoky Bivcr, near liis home. |
eight miles south of Salina. While by ;
the river watching the rising of the I
stream, the bank gave way. precipitin- I
ing him into the water.
Washington. li.. Ohio. June :i.-
Williani T. ltiiird. of Colchester, ill.. ,
private secretary of William 1!. White, j
the gate manufacturer, of Blooming- !
ton, 111., who has been here on busi- ;
ncss for several weeks, was drowned
at Culpepper. He could not swim
Washington. June !). —The President ;
has-approved an amendment to rule]
ii of tlie civil service rules ex.-ept- I
ing from examination one assistant :
postmaster or chief assistant to ihe
postmaster at each post otliec. This
position had been excepted priot to the i
issue of the President's* recent order. ;
and was overlooked in the drafting of j
Detroit. Mich., June 11.—The body of i
Clifford Smith, son of Barton IS.
Smith, one of the best known citizens '
of Toledo, was found here by Harbor j
Master O'Neil under the dock at Berte j
Isle, where he was drowned.
Wetstield. N. J.. June 11.—Percy i
Cox, a schoolboy of fourteen, hanged j
himself in the cellar of his father's
little cottage here, and was found dead ;
by his mother after she had sat tip ;
half the night for him.
Valparaiso. Ind., June 11.—The re
port sent out from Goshen that small
pox existed at. the Normal School here j
resulted in an investigation by the ;
State authorities and County Boards
of Health, and nothing but four cases !
of chiekenpox was found.
South Charleston, Ohio. June 11.— !
The City Council has gone into a eon- |
tract with the natural gas people to j
light the town at $22 per light per |
year. The Council hung out for some j
weeks between electric and gas light, j
but the gas people carried t ie day.
English, Ind., June 11. —Klnier Cox \
lias been arrested charged with the j
burning of the Richard She:, barn last j
week. Young Cox was at Brandon- j
burg. Ky., when arrested aid declares I
iiis innocence and jwilliiigl; returned |
home w'ith tlie officers.
Wheeling. W. Va., June 11. The
Benwood authorities havi arrested
two ttien charged with boii the per
sons who robbed the Coon bland Post
office. They were selling postage
stamps at a discount. They were com
mitted by United States Col imissioher
but refused to give their names.
Laporte, Ind.. June 11. The Lake
Shore and Michigan Sontlern Rail
road grain elevators at Itolli iir Prairie,
this county, were destroye I by tire.
Til* elevators were leased by J. B.
Rnpel & Co.. of this city, and contain
ed 4,000 bushels of corn and :t» m» bus j
hols of wheat.
Richmond, Ind.. June 11. A storm J
struck this city that resembled a genu
ine Western tornado. The I of the
Quaker City Machine Works was lift
ed a hundred feet in the air and car
ried n half block. Several houses near
at hand were damaged by Hying tim
bers, but, strange to relate, no persons
were injured. The residence of D. At-
Wrecked. Hundreds of trees uprooted
Uinson, just. Hearing completion, was
infcvarious'parts of the city and fences
blown'down; The telegraph and tele
phone companies suffered some loss.
Stockton, Cal., June 11. —A catama
ran, with p, party of twenty-one ex
cursionists on board, stink in the San
Joaquin'River near here last night. It
Is feared all on board were drowned.
Egg Harbor City, N. J., June 11.—
Fetor iWeiss, who has been boarding
in Kopf's Hotel, went 1o sloop on the
roof.of the hotel porch, and rolled off,
falling to the ground, a distance of fif
teen feet. His neck was broken.
Toledo, 0., June 11.—Six people were
precipitated into Lake Erie by the giv
ing way of a portion of the dock at
Fut-in-Bay Island. Three of them
were rescued by the life survey crew,
and the other three were drowned,
Akron, Ohio, June 11.—The employes
of the 'Akron and . Cuyahoga Falls
Rapid Transit Company here, refused
to accept the offer of 15 cents an hour
made them by the company. They
asked for IS cents, and a strike is
Montvale, N. J., June 11.—A swarm
of bees caused great consternation in
the Reformed Church while the Rev.
Joseph 11. Ware was conducting the
prayer meeting services. The services
were promptly closed in the church
and continued in the grove near by.
Rochester, June 11.—Rochester paid
homage to the memory of Frederick
Douglas, the statesman of the colored
race and the handsome monument to
his memory was unveiled. Governor
Roosevelt delivered an address in
which he paid a glowing tribute to
the deceased statesman.
Munch', Ind., June 11.—The big ele
phant. Jolly, connected with the
Hagenback Trained Animal Show,
broke loose on the Midway of the
street carnival and'for a time had un
disputed control of the place. His
Turkish guide had gone up town, leav
ing him chained to a pole. Becoming
tired of his coniiuenieut lie uprooted
the pole, and proceeded to wander
slowly about the grounds at his leis.
tire. He would allow no one to come
near him, and terror reigned until the
keeper returned from town.
New York, June 12.—The American
Federation of Labor has decided to
have an exhibit at the Paris Exposition
Washington. June 12.—John J. Lalor,
who fell from the steps of the Treas
ury Department on Thursday, died
from his injuries and shock at the
Cleveland, 0., .Tunc I J.—Fourteen
lines of the Big Consolidated Street
Hallway are tied up by a strike, and
serious trouble, is anticipated before
the differences are settled.
Paris. Ky. June 12 The city of Paris
has levied on".on barrels of nineteen
year-old Bourbon whiskey stored here
for $30,000 back taxes. The whiskey
is owned by Charles Craves & Son, of
South Norwalk, Conn.. June 12 —John
Kului. a Hungarian. 15 years old, who
was taken t<> ihe town farm for exam
ination as to her sanity, set lire to the
small building in which he was con
lined and was burned to a crisp.
Milwaukee, June 12.—A "Sentinel"
special from Menominee, Mich., says:
' i'lie Menominee and St. Paul Railway
Company has been organized with a
capital of $2,000,000. ii will build a
road from this city to St. Paul, a dis
tance of 3(H» miles.
Xewbttrg. N. V., June 12, W. H.
Kelley, a boilerinaker. about 50 years
old, dropped dead at a lire here. He
was thirty-live years a member of the
Washington Steamer Company, and
Ihe excitement at the lire is supposed
to have caused heart failure.
New York Market*.
(..RAlN—Wheat: July ranged from
!So%c. to NF/fee, closing Quota
lions of cash wheat, 112. o. !»., afloat
basis, were as follows: No. 2 red.
S2%c; No. 1 North Dultith, N2%c. spot
and N,Tv. to arrive: No. 2 red,Bo%c.
Corn: The market derived whatever
steadiness of undertone it showed from
the wheat market. July ranged from
<»ats: The market was dull, but fair
ly steady. No. 2 oats, No. 3
oats, 30c: No. 2 white. .'!2e.; No. ."> white,
I!ye: Market steady. No. 2 Western,
'<4!l>c.. and No. 1 Western. OTic., botfi
112. o. b. afloat: State rye, s!(e. c. i. 112.
Xew York, ear lots.
Barley: Market steady. Feeding,
".Tc. c. i. 112. P.ufi'alo, and malting. 05c.
Butter: Creamery. Western, per lb.,
Isi ! Jn is :i ,c; do., firsts, nyjkilXliv.: do.,
thirds to seconds, 15®17c.: do.. State,
extras, ISi-ifif IS»ijc.; do., firsts, 1 "(illSc.;
do.. thirds to seconds. 15(<,,'17e.,: do.,
State dairy. 11:11 f-lirki ii lit is, fancy,
ITc.: do., firsts, bVi/ld'.jO.
Cheese: State, full cream, large,
white, fancy, per lti.. 7"\io.; d v V. good to
prime, 7fa7>ic.: do., large, colored,
fancy, 7V&C.; do., good to irime. '(<(
7> |C.; do., common to fair, Ur/O'.jc.
Eggs: Jersey and nearby, white leg
horn. fancy, per dozen, 17fiJ1.Sc.: do.,
mixed, fancy, selected. It*-.; State,
Pennsylvania and nearby, average
prime. 15(ill0c.; Western, selected, at
mark, 14(ii,15c.; do., loss off. 11 1 yii 15 I ;I c.
Hay and Straw: Hay. prin e. per 100
lbs., • si o(('iS2 l jc..; do., mixed. No. to
No. 1. 55(iiN<i(.; do., clover t.-.id clover
mixed. s(Kiifisc.; do., suit. 40fiH5e.:
straw, long rye, 35(ij40c.
Potatoes: Southern, Rose, ijrime. per
bill, s2.oO(t< $3.50; do.. Chili, while. $2.00
5rj!53.25: do., Chili. red, s2.(lofdJ|!.",.(Kl: do.,
seconds. $ I.sofilsl.7ri.
Reeves: Dressed beef in light demand
at per lli. for inferior to
choice native sides. Cables unchanged.
Calves: Common to prime veals sold
It s4.oo(<rf SO.(HI per 100 It.s.
Sheep and Lambs: Common to prime
sheep sold at $.">.25C(/$4.75 per 100 lbs.;
culls at $2.00fd52.05; fiitr yearlings.
$5.35; common to prime Southern
lambs. $O.l HKr/ $8.50. Dressed mutton.
Hogs: Steady :tt $4.20( , «54.30 per 100
lbs. for fair to prime hogs.
mi fin ill
Claimed That Texas Floods
Have Destroyed Property
to This Amount.
THE WATERS RECEDING.
Great Amount of Damage Wrought
Between Austin and the Month
of Colorado River.
Crop LoHeH In the Valley of I lie Colorado
and Its Tributaries Very Heavy —The
Shores of l.ake McDonald I'lled lllgli
Wltli Wrecked lti'llding*. Trunk* of
Trees and Head Stoe.k.
Austin, Tex., .June I.'!.—The waters
of the Colorado Hlver here are reced
ing slowly, but reports have been re
ceived that late heavy rains have
caused another big rise along its upper
course. Although the i-rop losses ill
the valley of the Colorado and its trib
utaries northwest of here are heavy,
1 hoy are small compared with ihi* dam
age wrought between litis city and iis
mouth, where it empties into Mata
Lake McDonald, which is formed
here by the great dam. is slowly get
ting back to its normal water level. Its
Shores are piled high with debris.
Trunks of trees, cotton gin machinery,
dead slock of all kinds, wrecks of
houses and other kinds of wreckage
cover the many miles of shore. Trust
worthy calculations show that the
number of miles covered by the Mood
in the Colorado ltiver in its crooked
course front the Pan Handle to Mata
gorda Hay is fully U.IHHI. The number
of acres of cultivated laud thai was
flooded cannot be estimated accurately.
As nearly an accurate list as can be
obtained shows that the loss of life
along the Mood district is considerably
greater than was lirst reported. Il is
now known positively that eighty-six
persons in all have been drowned.
There has also been about 2,'HMJ bead
of liogs. 4.<Hiti cattle and is.nnrt horses
Dallas. Te\.. .lime r_*. Heavy rains
have again fallen in the west and north
west of Dallas, increasing the Mood
damage. Ii is estimated thai the prop
erly loss in tlie \alleys of Saba. Brazos.
Llano and Colorado Rivers and their
tributaries will reach fully .Sl.ouit.iion.
Insane \\ i.i.i ui' .\«iiu s.i cili.
Ottawit. Ontario, .lime IMrs. V
15. Allen, wife of the Township As
sessor of Melancthon. Ontario, satur
ated her clothing with coal oil. applied
a match to the bottom of her skirl ami
sustained injuries from which she died
a few hours later. While her clothing
was burning she stolidly bore the pain,
keeping her face covered with her
hands in order to prevent its disfigure
ment. Tile woman li.nl been de
ranged for some time.
J'atl itlver's >mnll|>«<\ Si\ir». Ilenetveil.
l'all ltiver. Mass.. .llllie 12.—Tile
smallpox scare that agitated the city
two weeks ago and that ilieii out a few
days ago lias been renewed. Last
Wednesday the last of the patients
were removed from the North Mud to
the pestliotise and ilic qiiuriutiuc on
the infected region was removed. On
Friday night new cases were <liseo\
ered in the same district. To-day two
cases were found in Flint village, the
thickly populated eastern district.
lltiwiti-il *>««i 1 rei».
Sing Sing, .little l'J. -lolin Howard,
who lias proved himself one of the
most valuable convicts ever incarcer
ated in Sing .Sing Prison, lias been re
leased. bis ten-year sentence having
been commuted by the Coventor to
four years, which has now expired.
Howard is the man who built the two
line organs for he Protestant and Ho
inaii Catholic chapels.
Eighty Day* o< f l.'otigiit ui ( it|»e C'«ml.
Hyannis. Mass.. .Mine 12. The wood
tires on Cape Cod continue, although
they are kept from doing serious dam
age by the tire lighters, who are con
stantly on the willch. This is the
eightieth day since rain fell, and there
is no sign of relief. It will be Impossi
ble to extinguish the tire until rain
falls, and the residents of the cape are
almost in despair.
Ct\l»:iti* A n Moo* 1 i Mnjty.
Ilnvmin. .lime 12. Atlvh'es from Na
guny says that Captain Hafferty is
paying the Cuban soldiers liiuid great
enthusiasm. Many of the troops are
anxious to receive the moiiej'. as they
are suffering for lack of implements
to begin the cultivation of the land.
Say Mill \Vn«* I !>v S.
Chicago, .lime 12. —The r< lling mill
of Norton I trot hers' tin can factory in
May wood, where l.lioo workmen are
out on strike, was burned. (,oss. $lO,-
(KM>. The factory otlicials claim the
lire was started by strikers.
Ilurrlsburg. Pa.. June 12. -The indi
cations are that the State Democratic
Convention, to lie held in this city
Wednesday, will be an unusual politi
cal event. There are no less than thirty
candidates for Judge of the Supreme
Court, and at least a dozen of the as
pirants have hopes of securing the
sum! U'nti-v <'oi»t.ra«» Let.
Louisvillo. 111.. .I'siio 12.—The City
Council has voted to contract with
Messrs. Heed and • tirrels. of Chicago,
to putin an electric light and water
works plant for this city, the same to
Jerusalem Is now nothing but a
shadow of the magnificent city of an
cient times. It is about three miles in
circumference and is situated ou a
Hi'iilli «112 €?«!. ( •«> N. I Mvrv
Atlantic City. N. .!., June .". Colonel
George N. Terry, the lirst proprietor of
the Hoffman House. New York, and
who was prominent In financial circles
of that city, died here at the home of
a friend. He was sixtv-oue years old
THE NEWS. IN BRIEF.
Telegraphic Gleanings From All Parts
of the World.
Fifty sheep were killed by lightning
at I'ernardsville, N. J.
Mrs. Itussell Bradford, of Cambridge,
Muss, is it Hi years old.
Antonio tiarcia. a bandit chief, has
been lynched at llolqitiii, Cuba.
Increasing number of cases of the
plague are reported from Egypt.
The new Herman steamer Bridgavia
has arrived at Queeiisfown disabled.
Bellamy Storer. I'nited States Minis
ter to Spain, lias arrived at Madrid.
The body of an unldentiMed man was
found on the tracks at Franklin Park,
Mark Twain added u» bis laurels at
the banquet of the Savage Club in
Japan Is the only country that lias
objected to the cessation of the Caro
line Islands to (iermany.
The Montreal Street Hallway Com
pany lias given its employes accident
insurance free of charge.
James Woods, of IMS Bergen street,
Brooklyn, was run over and killed by
a train at Moiiiuoiilli Junction.
Henry Dawson, a convict at the
Columbus, 0., penitentiary, unsuccess
fully tried to commit suicide by taking
I". .1 Myers, a switchman employed
by the Pennsylvania Huilroad Com
pany at Toledo, 0.. was run over and
The Orrville, o„ Council has award
ed the contract for the paving of Main
street, one mile lolig. The amount of
estimated cost will be !)!2!»,7:(4.24.
otto Barker stole a bicycle at Ander
son. I ml., ami in 24 hours had been
convicted, sentenced and placed in Hie
An aleiiiation suit bus been tiled at
Princeton. Intl.. in which Charles Col
vln. a saloon keeper, asks fin,imhi from
Samuel Anderson, a farmer.
At New Albany. Iml., John Heagon
and Win. Henry were squirrel hunt
ing. when licugoii was shot in the
right side, and li is feared that he will
David Davis, under indictment for
1 lie alleged robbing of cars on the Luke
Division of the Pittsburg ami Western
Huilroad .lias been captured by War
ren. i ollicers.
Alonzo Hoot, aged P.), employed to
run the elevator at the Madison Hotel,
Toledo, i)., got his head caught be
tween the elevator and the floor while
ascending, lie cannot live.
Joseph Tole at Madison. 1 ml.. was
sentenced to the State Hcformatory for
from 2 to 14 years for stealing a horse.
Five hundred chickens were stolen
from three farmers at New Pittsburg,
Ind.. in one night.
Hubert I'itzslmmons was dethroned
from the heavyweight championship
of the world by James J. Jeffries, of
California, who knocked him out in
the eleventh round of what was to
have been a Iwetity-tive-roind contest
before the Coney Island Athletic Club.
'The tight was for the world's heavy
weight championship and a side wager
of itiln.immi, I'itzsiuiinous's share of the
gate receipts was S2">.imm», while Jef
fries. the winner, only received SI.\»MHI.
Jeffries has accepted Tom Sharkey's
challenge, ami these two will settle
their differences in the ring some time
in September of the present year.
Havana < abmen have gone on strike,
demanding regular salaries.
The largest hole in the strauded liner
Paris measures It! by 12 feet.
Spain has offered to sell to Hcrmany
the island of Fernando I'o, west of
Archbishop Hiordau, of San Francis
co. has been sued by a priest for
The large coal pockets of Kahrs &
Co.. at Mount Vernon. N. Y., were de
stroyed by lire.
A turtle weighing 1,200 pounds has
been captured off Asbury I'ark, N. J.
Ten thousand miners-are on strike
at Dubois. Pa.
No news has been received of the
cruiser Newark, now some days over
due ai Valparaiso. Secretary Long
says lie has no fear for her safety.
It was stated in Washington that
tariff retaliation would he resorted to
it Canada refused to agree to the mo
dus vivendi on the Alaskan boundary.
fhe French Covernineut *has taken
steps to extradite Ksterhazy from Eng
land in order to prosecute him for the
pari lie played in falsely convicting
< apt. Dreyfus of treason.
At Spokane, Wash., Chaplain C. C.
Hatcmaii. I . s. A., is under arrest at
the army post. Captain Batchelor. of
Company N. Twenty-fourth infantrv,
ordered the Chaplain to his head
quarters and put him under nrrest.
The nature of the charge is not made
At llurtvillc. Mo., Jacob Fagley a
fanner, formerly a justice of *tlie
peace, chairman of the Populist Coun
ty Committee and minister of the gos
pel. was found guilty of complicity
in the robbery of the lvausas City,
Fort Scott and Memphis train at Ma
comb lust January, and sentenced to
twelve years in the penitentiary.
John J. Lalor. a translator, in tho
ofttce of the Director of the Mint, lost
his balance and fell from flie second
Moor in the Treasury Department to
day down the shaft to the basement,
probably receiving fatal injuries. Mr.
Lalor is a well known writer on po
litical economy and is the author of
an encyclopedia on that subject.
1 lie Mammoth Cave of Kentucky,
which lias held the record heretofore
as the world's greatest cave, must
hereafter, it is believed, give preced
ence to a cave in New Zealand, dis-
in Horace Johnstone, near
Port \\ aikato aud but ten or twelve
miles from the city of Wellington.
Johnstone explored the cave for miles
but found no end.
Mrs. Alary Edgar is dead and Mrs.
.1. Elleu wood ami Joseph Morrissey
are dangerously ill from drinking l>eer
in Silver city, a suburb of Milwaukee.
It is believed that the beer was poison
ed. ,\ little girl was sent to a neigh
boring saloon with a pall for beer and
It is said another nail of simitar ap
pearance was subAiituteil by an ac
quaintance of the tiiree.
AUSTRAL! AN TRAMPS
AN IDEAL COUNTRY FOR "WEARY
The "Suudowur" aud Hit Mod*
telic«-A. a Rule He in Wall lAfdrmed
and Fairly Moral—lie Will WorkatTlmM
lint l.ove* His Kent.
Australia is an ideal country for
tramps because of its universal hospi
tality and delightful climate. There are
no hardships of weather, no dangerous
wild beasts to contend with, very few
clothes required, and there is seldom a
night, up-country at least, that a man
may not roll himself In his blanket and
sleep in comfort.
The sundowner, so called because he
invariably claims the hospitality of a
"station" (ranch) at sundown—an hour
when he knows he will not be turned
away empty-handed—is the white
tramp of Australia. He has so long
been recognized as a necessary evil
that at most stations a "travelers' hut"
is now provided for his special accom
modation; and a regular ration, usually
a pannikin of flour and a pound of
meat, is served out to every applicant.
In other places, more democratic,
the sundowner takes his seat at the
table in the men's quarters. He can
always depend upon his supper, bed,
and breakfast at any station; and ho
usually steals or begs from the cook
sufficient to make a hearty midday
meal. If the distances between sta
tions are too far to be traveled in a
single day, the sw.igsnian rolls himself
In his blanket and camps by the road
side. If the distance be but a few
miles, he revels in a genuine holiday,
picnics for the day. perhaps, under the
shade of a giant gun tree and arrives
at the station homestead, with all the
appearance of a long day's walk, just as
the sun is setting.
The Australian tramp is of a type
wholly different from the ignorant,
low-bred scum of humanity that one
meets in some countries, and from the
whining, professional beggar of Europe
As a class these tramps are well in
formed. fairly moril, and. as the world
goes, honest. The sundowner stands
apart from the real of his kind, inas
much as he never Ltgs for money.
He will ask for .. pipeful of tobacco
or a drink, a meai or a bunk, but for
the coin of the reuim he does not pe
tition. He is a contented philosopher,
with all the instincts of a nobleman;
born, of course, un.ier an unlucky star.
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