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EVENING BULLETIN.
VOLUME XIII.
MAYSVTLLE, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1894.
NUMRBE .'505.
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HgRRICANE OF FIRE
Forest Flames Doing Great De
struction in Colorado.
SEVERAL MINING OAMPS BURNED
One Life Known to Have Been Lost, hut
Many Flacos nave Not lJeen IlearU
From Tho Property Loss Has Already
Roaohed 83,000,000, aud the Flro 1 Still
Raging.
Boulder, Colo., Nov. 10. Flro Id o
sawmill west of tho mining camp of
Ward, starting Wednesday night, spread
to tbo timber, and haa been doing great
damage, and has caused intense excite
meut hero by reason of sensational re
ports to the effect that tho mining
camps of Ward and Gold Hill hud boon
bnrned to tho ground, aud other camps
aro threatened. Gold Hill, having a
population of 600, is situated 14 miles
west of Boulder, and Ward, with a
population of 1,000, is five miles fur
ther on.
Tho flro started just west of Ward in
tho heavily timbered districts, and
swept to the east. Tho inhabitants
wero alarmed early in tho eveuing,
dense clouds of smoke settling down on
tho camp. The fire hpruad through tho
dry piuo timbor with terriblo rapidity,
and settlors along its path were forced
to leave thoir homes to burn and to get
into tho camps
Tho flro burning on tho outskirts of
Ward udvanced toward Gold Hill and
swept over an area of about eight
miles. Tho flro is spreadiug toward
Copper Rock, and it is believed many
Hmall camps will bo burned.
Over 300 men are fighting the flro ap-t
pruuumug at west uom urn, wnicii
seems to sweep everything before it in
its troud of tho mountains and through
the valloy ranches.
Women nud children aro continually
arriving in this city for protection, aud
tho scene is one of excitement and de
struction. Teamsters from Ward, Gold
Hill and Sunshino are bringing tho
panic-stricken people from the burning
districts, which include Talcott, Sunset,
Copper Hock, Left Hand and Gold Hill.
The residents of Gold Hill who have
not come to Boulder have assembled on
tho top of Horsefel mountain and are
watching the progress of tho burning
fire. The wind is blowing furiously,
and drives tho fiie before it in large
sheets of flames.
The liro is spreading along Left Hand
aud in the direction of Sunshino. Sun
shine is two miles from Gold Hill.
Among the important mines at Gctd
Hill that feara are expressed are tho
Alimackee and Cash Beerkin.
Sunset will be wiped out boforo morn
ing if the wind continues in that
direction
Copper Rock is in imminent danger
of being cleaned out and Saliua will bo
served the same fato.
Ward is reported safe, as the flro is
playing east and north of tho uroat
camp, and unless tho wind changes
over to tho east danger is looked for.
Gold Lake, a fishing pluce and sum
mer resort, situated about three miles
west of Gold Hill, 'is entirely burued
out aud nothing is left of tho pretty
cottages.
Tho ranch house of Mr. Ely at Loft
Hand was completely destroyed and Mr.
Ely was badly burned about tho face
and hauds. Mr. Soamau, whoso ranoh
was burned, also suffered injuries.
Fred Bhior's property, near Sunset,
was burned, and Bhier was found un
conscious in an outbuilding whero ho
had gone to save something. Ho is se
riously burned.
Low Jain, tho proprietor of the Ward-
Boulder stago lino, brought tho mail on
horseback, becauso it was impossible to
run his coaches through the burning
district, which is known us tho "Ridgo
road," between Gold Hill and Ward.
Ho reported that tho fire was raging
furiously aud tho wind blowing a gale,
and it was thou within one milo of the
city of Gold Hill.
A courier reports the destruction of
about ono-half of tho property of Camp
Talcott aud Prussian mine nnd mill.
The air in this city is heavily ladon
with smoke. The fire' is spreading
north aud south and the damage will bo
great to property and timbor. One life
is roportod lost.
Tho property loss can not at presont
be told, but it will amount to over $2,
000,000. Thero will necossarily be great
destitution.
FOREST FIRES SOUTH.
Conslderuhle Destruction Done In Arkan
sas and Tennessee.
Memphis, Nov. 10. Details from tho
forest fires como in slowly, and in mauy
of tho cases iudicato only nominal dam
age, in somo cases outuousos, top
crops of cottou and stave piles havo
suffered, but gonerally the fighters hao
been successful in warding off the
flames
Near Hoxio, Ark., crowds of mon and
boys are fighting tho fires day and nignt
nud have been successful ho far m cou
fluiug the damages to fences,,eto. The
genoral situation in Arkansas is un
changed aud no berious losses by tho
fire aro reportod.
From Oakland, Tenn., comes the
story of tho death of three ohildron.
Jeff Rayuor and wifo (colored) woro
busy in the field when their houso
caught, and bot'oro they could reach
home their little ones, aged 8, 6 aud 4
respectively ponshed.
Forest Vims In Illinois.
Carlyle, Ills., Nov. Hi. Tho timber
lauds south und north of Carlyle aro bo
lug swept by fire. It is feared that sev
eral housos havo been burued. Tho air
infilled with smoko of buruins loavoa-
W. C. T. U.
Preparations For the Cleveland mooting
All Comploted.
Cleveland, Nov. 10. Yesterday
was a livoly day among the Indies of
Iho National Woman's Christian Tem
perance union. What with arrivals,
decorating, sorting mail, housing dele
gates, establishing various headquarters,
holding in oe tings of committeo aud
Music Hall aud tho Hollendon hotel
presented a combination of kaloido
scopo and kinetoscopo all day long.
Tho oxecutivo committeo hold a pro
tracted meeting at noon in tho Hollen
don parlors. Miss Willard presided.
Tho discussion related wholly to tho
work of tho coming oonvontiou. The
national vico presidents also held a
meeting to provide plans for certain
work in the convoutiou.
It was announced that Noal Dow
would not bo presont on account of ill
ness. This announcement was a great
disappointment, becauso he was billed
for a locture and was to bo a great at
traction for tho convention.
Ono of tho features of tho convoutiou
will bo tho publication by tho union of
a daily uowspapor. The Daily Signal,
the organ of tho union, will bo priutod
each day during tho convention. Miss
Francos Willard is editor-iu-ohiof.
Thoro aro about 4,000 delegates aud
visitors in ;he city and to all of thesa a
reception was given in Music Hull last
night.
The Old Men Will Stay Out.
St. Louis, Nov. I0.--Tho Kiedriug
houso tiuplato mill is preparing to ro
nutno operations by next S.-.turday if
tho ucoessary help can be secured. If
the old employes refuse to roturu to
work under the reduced scale of wages,
mill owners will make an effort to get
nonunion mon to tako thoir places.
Two-thirds of the employes aro uulou
mon. Thoy belong to tho Amalgamated
association. On Wodnosday ui0'ht
thoy hold a big meeting. Tho non
union mon met with them, aud it is
said that all docided to hold oat for a
restoration of tho old scalo.
Who I.s John 1 1 oa ford ?
Chicago, Nov. 10. John Hosford. a
Chicago salesman, whoso death is re
ported at Marahalltowu, Ills., refused
to give tho namos of his family or
friends, and although known to havo
had money and rolatives, will probably
bo buried in a pauper's grave. Ho was
about 00 years old, and wheu Boi aid
with tho fatal illness, systematically
disobeyed each ono of his physiciui 'a
orders. Ho is said to havo it weult v
married daughter' in St. Louis and it
sou and divorced wife in Boston.
Frauds Charged.
St. Louis, Nov. 10. Charges of fraud
havo boou frooly circulated by both po
litical parties over siuco election duy,
aud an investigation demanded by de
feated and successful candidates aliko.
In charging the grand jury Judgo Ed
munds callod attention to tho alleged
frauds, and instructed for a searching
inquiry. Tho ballots will bo scrutinized,
and, it is assorted, that several promi
uout political leaders and their tools
will bocomo defendants to criminal in
dictments. O'Malloy Surrenders.
Chicago, Nov. 10. Ex-State Sonator
John O'Malloy, for whom tho police
havo been searching siuco tho night of
tho election, surrendered himself Thurs
day. O'Malloy is ohargod with having
wounded a barteudor aud a cab drivor,
aud was also wanted for allogod com
nlicitv in thn ninrilnr nf Ona f Villinn.
der, tho judgo of olootions, who was
killed whilo resisting an attempt to steal
a ballot box. O'MaUey douies that ho
had anything to do with tho ballot box
theft.
Chinaman Wins Ills Suit.
Denvek, Nov. 10. In tho case of Y.
E. Fang, tho Queloss Chinaman who
has been in dangor of being deported to
China for not being registered under
the new law, was dooidod yostorday by
Judgo Hallett in Fong's favor. Judgo
Hallett declares that as Fong registered
under the luws of 1893, it is not neces
sary gto reregister under the amouded
laws of 1893.
Reduction of Miners' Wages.
Punxsutawney, Pa., Nov. 10. A re
dnctiou from 40 to 85 conts for mining
coal took offoot yosterday at tho Roches
ter aud Pittsburg Coal and Iron com
pany's mines at this ploco. operated by
Bell, Lowis & Yatea. The reduotlon
was not unexpected by tho minors aud
is therefore recoivod without open com
plaint i;ievntor'FnilsSlxtyFcot.
Chicago, Nov. 10. An olovator
cable in the wholesalo grocery storo of
Reid, Murdooh & Company, broke and
let tho elevator fall from the third floor
to the basement, a distance of GO feet,
John McGregor nud Alexander Bloin
strom, who wero on tho elevator, wero
fatally Injured.
llunlt Kmhozzler ou Trial.
Detroit, Nov. 11. Tho trial of Fred
erick Marvin, ox-cashier of tho lato
Third National bank, ou tho charges of
embozzliug aud misappropriating tho
funds of the bunk, lias begun in tho
United States court. Thoro are 83
counts in his iudictmont.
btudeuts III From Drinking Impure Water,
Lexington, Ky., Nov. 10. Twouty
studonts of tho Biblo college of Ken
tucky university aro seriously ill with
typhoid fever, causod by drinking im
pure water. Thero havo been threo
deaths within tho past week.
Milliard Match Score
New Yokk, Nov. 10. Total score:
Ivos, 2,400; Sohaofer, 1,703. Highest
runs: Sohaefer, 314; IveB, 177. Average
for night: Schaofer, 64 0-13; Ives,
.2 0-7. Graud average: Sohaefer,
30 29.40) Ives, 48 48-40.
LABOR COMBINATION
One of tho Greatest That Was
Ever Proposed.
FIRST STEPS ALREADY TAKEN.
Mr. Howard Speaks at tho Convention of
the Knights of Lubor A Union of Labor
Organizations Advocated Which Meets
the Approval of Mr. Sovereign Mr.
Soveiclgn's Annual Iteport.
New Ouleans, Nov. 10. Tho morn
ing session of the Knights of Labor con
vention was consumed in listening to an
address by Mr. Georgo Howard, vico
prcsidout of tho American Railway as
sociation, who had been specially in
vited to attend tho uessiou of the con
vention. Mr. Howard presented a proposition
for tho consolidation of all tho laboriug
organizations of tho couutry into ono
vast body under a siuglo board of mau
agement and with an amalgamation of
interests. Ho bolieved if such a plan
wero adopted labor would bo benefited
and would bo in a position tho moro
coiuplotoly to havo its wrongs redressed
and tho moro speedily to obtain its
rights.
Grand Master Sovereign also spoko iu
iavor or tno piau proposoa Dy JVlr. How
ard, which ho recommeudod as possess
ing oloineuts of advantage that it would
not bo well to overlook.
No business was transacted during
the session, but there was a general dis
cussion of views on tho proposition of
Mr. Howard.
Immediately after tho opening of tho
afternoou session communications woro
read from Vico President H. C. Robin
son of Viga county assembly, F. M. B.
A., which stated that whilo tho F. M
B. A. wero not of tho same ordor, thoy
woro iu sympathy with tho efforts of
the Knights of Labor to "liberuto labor
from thralldom which now overwhuluis
thorn."
Genoral Master Workman Sovoroigu
delivered his annual address, which was
an oxhuustivo and elaborato resumo of
tho work of tho ordor from its incipi
eucy. Ho attributed tho decreased mem
bership of tho order to tho dopressiou in
business circles, prevalont bankruptcy,
low wages aud forced idleness of labor
ing classes. Ho stated that ho had trav
eled, 85,404 miles sinco his stewardship
and had organized 11 now assemblies
aud mado 07 public addresses.
He roviowcd his action of last Janu
ary, when ho secured tho services of
Judge U. C. Colo aud fllod a bill in tho
district court of the District of Co
lumbia, setting forth special griovances
of his ordor aud protesting against tho
issuanco of bonds by tho secretary of
the United States treasury. Ho char
acterized tho writ of injunction from
tho United States circuit court of the
eastern district of Wisconsin as a
despotic injunction.
Referring to tho American Railway
union aillliatious, he advised a coalition
with this, as well as all labor organiza
tions. His resumo of tho Pullman
strike terminated in sovcro criticism of
Major General John M. Scholield and
tho recommendation of that officer for
an iuorcase of the army, together with
tho action of "Chicago's aristocracy.wlio
wero permitted to present a stand of
colors to the Fifteenth infantry" was
an indication of an "uneasy desire to
subjugato labor through tho military
powors of tho nation." Ho urged that
tho assembly tako strong grounds
against an increase of tho military forco
of tho nation and that thoy "advocato a
deoreiiso iu tho regular army aud tho
abolition of tho state militia, for from
them are coming to tho surfaco thtt sen
timents of a military despotism.
He couteudod that too much of tho
ordor's time was taken up by minor
questions and read correspondence of
last month between himself and Secre
tary R. M. Easley of tho Civic Federa
tion of Chicago. Ho also mado n sharp
criticism of tho bunking laws. Ho ad
vised a fow minor changes in tho pre
amble of the ordor.
At the closo of tho nddross, tho report
of the genoral oxecutvo board was print
ed and referred to the sovoral com
mittees. It was a voluminous affair
but containod much of interest to tho
delegates. Tho moetiug then ad
journed for tho day.
All of tho cominitteos havo organized
and got down to busiuoss.
THAT NASHVILLE TRAGEDY.
The Assassin Not Dead Yet hut Is Kupldlv
Sluicing.
Nashville, Nov. in. Georgo K
Whitworth, tho assassin of Chancellor
Allison, is not deadbut is sinking rapid
ly, aud thoro is no hope of his recovery.
It is generally accepted that ho is a do
faultcr, aud that tho tiuanciul condition
of his ollico is in a bad shapo. Tho deed
of trust ho made Tuesday night for tho
benefit of the sureties on his bond is
takou by tho public us evidouca.
Affairs of tho ofllco aro in a tauglo,
and that his failure to obtain a sottln
meut with Allison of the difference bo
twoon thorn, by which ho nmy havo
sottled his affairs, prompted him to kill
Allison aud attempted his own lif
seeing that in tho near futuro a full ex
posure would bo made. Tho amount of
the shortage is not stated, but it is iuti
mated that it will bo largo.
Whitwortn has mado an ante-mortem
statement, presumably ns tho cause
leading to the assassination, but tho
custodians of tho paper refuse to mako
it public. A successor to Chancellor
Allison will oo appointed by Governor
Turuey in a fow days.
Six veterans of Waterloo aro still liv
ing in Franco, 14 in England and threo
In tho United States.
COOK GANG SEEN.
Wo Harm Done, but Thoy Woro Mot Mo
lested In Any Wny.
South McAlester, I. T Nov. 10.
Four mon, heavily armed, who aro bo
lieved to bo mombors of tho Cook gang,
wero at Mickio Foo's restaurant at Mc
Alester yostorday. Thoir actions ex
cited the suspicion of the crowd around
tho reBtauraut at tho time, but no ono
eoomod to fool callod on to question
thorn regarding their identity
They first rode up in the rear of Fee's
place of business, dismounted and two
of their numbor went in and got glasses
of cider, whilo the other stood guard at
the door. After procuring tho cider,
they relieved the two at tho door, who
also drank.
Two of the crowd finally played a
gamo of pool, while tho others closely
scrutinized ovorybody from tho front
door.
After spending about an hour thoro
they mouutod their horses und todo
away westward.
Thoy indicated by thoir looks, as well
as thoir horses, that eouio hard riding
had been douo.
Considerable excitement was mani
fested after their departure. It is now
believed that thoy aro heading for the
Seminole couutry, whore they will join
the balanco of tho gang.
GREAT OVERFLOW OF OIL.
The Two Largest Wells In tho World llavo
dust Como In.
Bradnek, O., Nov. 10. Kirkbride
Brothers of Toledo cau claim the two
largest oil wells in the world. Their
Myers No. 8, whiuh was struck on
Saturday last, is doing 100 barrels an
hour, and yesterday their Jones No 2,
located four miles east of hero, caiuo in
good for 800 barrels au hour
Such a gusher had uot been expected
and tho taukago available was wholly
inadequate to tako care of tho well's
output. As a result, tho grouud around
tho well, to a depth of four feot, was
covered with oil. Tho well is iu terri
tory whioh had been drilled ropoatedly
without yielding any more than a 10
barrel well. As a result, the local oil
fraternity is greatly oxcited,
Female Uorsuthief Imprisoned.
Columbus, O., Nov. 10. Flora Mc
Grosseu, a 17-year-old horsethiof ol
quite attractive appearance, was re
ceived at tho pouitoutiary yesterday for
ono year from Greene county. She was
not at all depressed by her now sur
roundings. At the trial sho attempt
ed to implicate James Hanifau, who she
claimed had caused her to bo in a deli
cate condition. Tho hor&o stealing shu
claimed was a joint affair for the pur
pose of olopemont. Hunifan is uudei
indictment and denies tho charge.
Strango Murder.
Cleveland, Nov. 10. William
Glotzer was murdered near Elyria
Weduesday night in his barn, aud an
attempt made to burn tho bam after the
commission of tho doed by tho uukuowu
porpotrator. Tho cause of tho murde:
is uukuowu. Gletzor was a well-to-do
farmer, and tho murder has caused
great oxcitomcut iu tho community.
Charles Goska, 21 years old, tho stopsou
of Glotzer, was arrestod iu this city lusl
night on suspiciou of boiug tho mur
derer. Aged Farmer lladly Injured.
Covington, O., Nov. 10. John Ba
shore, an aged farmer almost 70 years
old. who resides a fow miles southwest
of this towu, whilo bringing a load oi
hogs to the slaughterhouse at this place,
was thrown under the whools of his
wagon by his team running away. His
faco on tho right sido was completolj
mashed, also his right oyo, while he sus
tained some injuries on tho back of hi
head.
Sandstorm Iu Oklahoma.
Pkiuiy, O. T Nov. 10. Oklahoma,
and moro especially tho Chorokoo strip,
has been visited by a fierce sandstorm
for a week, and today tho sand is blind
ing. Tho city authorities havo ordered
fires in tho business soction of the towu
to bo extinguished. Part of the time
one could not seo 50 feet.
It Was Only a Dog.
Newville, O., Nov. 10. Tho animal,
which has caused such groat excite
ment among the people of this vicinity,
aud whioh was declared to bo u mon
ster lion, a savago panther and a
ferocious wild beast, has at last beeu
brought to bay. It proved to bo a big
dog.
Vailed to Knock Out Ills Men.
Chicago, Nov. 10. Jim Hall failod
last night in his eudeavor to put out
Henry Baker of Milwaukeo and Billy
Woods of Douvor in four rounds each
Fully 5,000 people assomblod at Tattor
sails to boo theso and other exhibitions
Everybody Oot Ilurt.
Buena Vista. 0., Nov. 1C A
druukeu fight occurred ou Twin creek',
noar hero, in which Perry McGraw was
cut iu tho arm. High Lambert was
shot in tho thigh, and Joo Cohn had his
head badly out with a rock.
Fatally Gored.
Gallipolis, O., Nov. 10. Georgo
Jenkins was fatally gored by an infuri
ated hoifer. Ho was tossed fully 20 feet
in the air and was frightfully gored in
tho abdomen. Ho was trying to ftod
the animal.
Death of a I'rlcst.
San Antonio, Tox., Nov. 10. Right
Rev. Bishop John Claudious Merax,
bishop of tho Sau Antonio diocese of
tho Catholio churohdiod in this city
yosterday afternoon tIo was 00 yeara
old.
Ifo Hlevr Out tho Gas.
BlNOHAMiTON, N. Y., Nov. 10. H.
D. Cole of Lansing, Mioh., was aa
phyxiated at tho residence of J. M.
Kilmer luat nicht, Ho blew out the aas.
A DIFFERENT STORY
Some War News as Reported
From a Chinese Source.
fHE JAPS' STORY CONTRADICTED.
rallcuwau Has Not Vet IJcenCaptured hy
the Japanese Troops Neither Has Fort
Arthur Ileen Taken The Japanese
Driven Out of. Two Towns That Thoy Had
Captured The Latest Advices.
Tien-Tsin, Nov. 10. Chiuese reports
received hero from Port Arthur 6ay that
the Japanese have not yet captured
Talionwan. It is stated that two forts
thero aro still holding out against the
Japanese, and that in spite of the des
perato fighting whioh has takon place,
tho assaults of the enemy havo been re
pulsed. From tho same source it is stated that
tho Japanoso aro far from Port Arthur,
whose defenses have been greatly
strengthened, and it is likely that the
placo will offer a determined resistance
to the Japanoso.
It is also reported that a portion of
General Suug's army has recaptured
Klnohow, aud that tho Japanese have
been driven out of Motieln on tho road
to Pekin by the Ohinoso, who afterward
pursued them for sovoral miles.
Confirmed to the London Times.
London, Nov. 10. The Times pub
lishes a dispatoh from Tien-Tsin saying
that General Nieh reports that' he was
attacked at Malien-Lung on Nov. 1 1 by
tho Japanese troops and that he succeed
ed in repulsing them. Tho Ohinoso
general adds that the Japanese made a
second uttnok upon the positions ho oo
oupied on Nov. 12, but it appoars tho
Japanese were again repulsed and the
Chinese pursued thorn toward Fuugh
Wang whioh Gonoral Nloh expocted to
reach soon after sending his report.
Tho similarity between this reported
defeat of tho Japanese and tho dofeat
they aro said to havo sustained at
Motion, on tho road to Pokin, would
mako it appear that tho two engage
ments may bo identical.
AFFAIRS IN WASHINGTON.
United States Mediation ns Much of a
Mystery as Ecr.
Washington, Nov. 10. Tho Chineso
minister, accompanied by his suite,
called on Secretary Gresham yestorday.
In vlow of tho pendency for negotia
tions for United States mediation be
tween China and Japau tho call occa
sioned much comment, although tho
officials and diplomats suid it was with
out significance.
Ambassador Patonotre of Franco met
tho minister iu tho diplomatic room and
had a long and somowhat animated talk
with him. Thoro is a growing belief
thnt while Japau has not declined to ac
cept tho suggestion of this government
to mediate, it has lot tho fact be known
that Japan has not recoived any direct
proposition nor has tho latter couutry
offered auy indemnity. This, in olfect,
is a uegath o answer unless China makes
her offer us speoific as Japan expocts.
SUSPECTS ARRESTED.
They Aro Charged With Attempting to
ISum Mine Property.
Ridgway, Pa., Nov. 10. Dotectivo
Daulcl MoSweouey and two assistants
havo been successful in capturiug seven
suspected men aud thoy aro now iu tho
jail hero under from $2,000 to $0,SOO
bail. Thoy are charged with conspiracy
to burn and tho burning of a tipple at
tho Paino mines, this county, last Juno;
also with breaking in a window of a
miner's houso and placing explosives
beneath tho houso or Fritz Sou tag, a
minor who refused to strike
Tho mon arrested are Frank Moyer,
Ludwig Rosonbock, Josoph Kreittle,
William Qoituor, Wassel Swiutnor, Ed
Fox aud Leo Wurn. It is claimed they
drew lots on Juno 0 to decide as to who
should do tho burning, and that on
Jnno 10 thoy did set tiro to tho tipplo.
Tho attempt to blow up tho minor's
houBO was frustrated by the fuse goiug
out. The explosives had been packed
in a oarwhool, and hud it oxploded it is
quite probable that death would have
resulted to tho inmates.
Proluluent Itallrond Man Dead.
Tacoma, Nov. 10. A telegram from
Hot Springs, Ark., reports the doath
thoro last night of J. M. Buckley, for
merly assistant general managor of tho
Northorn Pacilio railroad, aud ono of
tho best known in tho Pacilio North
west. Tho remains will bo brought
hero for burial. Ho loavos a wifo and
threo children. Tho funoral will bo
conducted by tho Masonio fraternity.
Ho was bom iu Ohio, in 1833, and
workod his way up from a soctiouhand
to assistant genoral manager. Ho loaves
an estato said to bo valued at a quarter
of a million dollars.
Mob Did Not Materialize
Lebanon, Tnd., Nov. 10 Tho mob
which was reportod to havo left Zion
ville aud started to this city for tho pur
pose of lyuohiug Josoph Conrad, the
murderer of John Martz, a prominent
morohaut pf that plaoo, failod to ap
pear. Conrad was taken to Frankfort
aud lodgod in jail oarly yostorday morn
ing. Frionds of tho mob in this city
aro supposed to have notified them of
his departure.
Osod a rocltetknlfe.
Boonville, Iud., Nov. 10. Jacob
Harpolo, a siuglo man, aged about 30,
tried to commit suicido by running tho
blado of a pookotknifo in his neok noar
tho jugular vein, inakiug a terrible
wound, whioh will prove fatal. Mr.
Harpolo for several days has bean drink
ing oxcossively.
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